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By Mens Golf on Wednesday, June 20th, 2018 in Mens Golf. No Comments.
81 players braved the windy conditions on Saturday for the Culburra Kitchen and Bathrooms Single Stableford with the wind winning on the day with only 2 players playing under their handicap. Kev Pattison must have thought he had won A grade hitting off early for a 3 over par round , 38 points. Lucky for the mighty Manly league team Lloyd Pigram with par back nine came home with 39 points. Sorry Kev, Banga made me stand in front of the scores so he could send a text to rub in your lose. Third in A Grade Andrew Kohler. No winner for the drive and pitch on the 9th.
B Grade winner was Ray Wolfenden with a lowly 33 points next Brian Stapylton 32 on a count back from Mathew Davies. Drive and Pitch on the 4th Chris Lahene.
C Grade winner was Chris Witt with 36, Robert Carter 33 and Bob Biesheuvel 33. Drive and Pitch on the 15th Chris Witt.
Nearest the Pins:
6th and golden shot Peter Thorpe
8th Jye Giddings
14th Greg Bainbrigge
Ball comp down to 31, the lowest for quite some time.
Next week is the Shoalhaven Patios foursomes over 36 holes. Good luck to all those playing.
All players please note that if you don’t complete your round your card is not to be entered into the computor and is to be recorded as “No Card Recorded”. There have been a few cards recently recorded as wiping all holes on the back nine when players have not even played them. For those players signing the cards you are siging an incorrect card as well.
By Mens Golf on Tuesday, June 19th, 2018 in Mens Golf. No Comments.
Top of the table clash between the two heavy weights resulted in a close game with Manly prevailing by 4 points thanks to a fine performance by Manly’s Lloyd Pigram well supported by Clarrie Raymer an d Warren Smart.For the Dragons none better than Kev Pattison and solid game from Capt Banga Bainbrigge.Manly now lead the competition by 1 Point from the Dragons.
Lack of troops finally caught up with the Sharks going down to the Eels 82-77.Not much to report on the game other than it was not a great spectacle.
In another low game the Bunnies fell in against the lowly Panthers by 84-79 the Panthers players were pelted with rubbish by their home crowd Gary Dwyer needed a Police escort from the ground while John VanDiejen was seen running for his life and vaulted the Northern fence to escape the angry mob.Evan Norris was again the best for the Bunnies.
The Roosters look to have put paid to the Dogs Semi asperations with a comfortable 101-93 victory.Chris Witt ,Col Burgess and Ray Wolfenden were solid for the Roosters the Dogs whilst trying hard just don’t look to have the Quality this year a lot of unrest in the Team.
The Tigers whilst not impressive were still good enough to defeat the Steelers 92-88. Andrew Kohler was the best on the field .In breaking news all is not well in the Tigers camp with Greg Pank being asked to front the Board to explain his attitude and the mail is that he will be moved on, a spokesperson for the Tigers who does not wished to be named when asked said “mate I hope they p—s him off.Better off without him.
Ladder: Manly 23: Dragons :22:Tigers :18: Sharks :16 Bunnies;16: Dogs 15: Roosters 12: Eels 10: Panthers:10; Steelers :6:
Three Rounds To Go.
Next Week:; Tigers V’s Roosters Dragons V’S Panthers Bunnies V’S Sharks Eels V’S Dogs Manly V’S Steelers.
By Mens Golf on Thursday, June 14th, 2018 in Mens Golf. No Comments.
The Dragons and Manly continued on there winning ways and now have the Minor Premiership between them The Dragons in a close one with the Tigers 107-105 Steve Kohler and Vince Morris were best on ground..
Manly flogged a disappointing Bunnies by 22 points.Best for Manly Ashley Hoogwerf. With bad weather forcast for next week the top of the table clash should be interesting.
The Eels returned to form at the exspense of the Steelers getting up by 1 point.Best for the Eels was Mark Gatt while Les Berghofer was solid for the losers.
Chris Pender carried the Dogs this week with a fine game being too strong for last years Premiers The Panthers who are gonesky for this year.
The Sharks consider to amaze despite being short of troops they still beat the”Darlinghurst Road Boys ” 93-91.
Ladder: Dragons:22 Manly :21 :Tigers :16 :Sharks:16:Dogs:15:Bunnies:14:Roosters:10: Panthers :10:Eels:8: Steelers 6:
Next Week:Dragons V “s Manly Tigers V’S Steelers Eels v”s Sharks Dogs V’S Roosters Bunnies V’ s Panthers.
By Mens Golf on Wednesday, June 13th, 2018 in Mens Golf. No Comments.
The threat of rain kept numbers down for the Nowra Emergency Plumbing Single Stableford with only 65 starters, 3 visitors, with not all players finishing their rounds.
With a number of players not playing and some goups requiring shuffling, a certain player was invited to play in the group of the Brian’s, Herring and Stapylton and Chris Pender. He was told on the first tee that they have brought down a lot players when they were invited to play. By the end if the round he wasn’t being invited back after Brian Herring had a wipe and missed 2 putts from within 4 feet. Something Brian doesn’t do very often, least not in the same round. Chris did stand up for him, reason that had a good score. It would have been different with a different score.
A Grade 1st Chris Pender 41 2nd Steve Kohler on a count back from Alan Tonacia 39
Drive and Pitch 9th Greg Bainbrigge
B Grade 1st Ian Gollop 39, 2nd Ashley Hoogwerf 38, 3rd Steve Crompton 37
Drive and Pitch 4th Geoff Little
C Grade 1st Vince Morris 41, 2nd Les Berghofer 37, Garry Dwyer 35
Drive and Pitch 15th Vince Morris
Nearest the Pins:
6th and Golden Shot Ashley Hoogwerf
8th Bruce Ryan
Culburra Kitchen Eagle nest not won
Ball comp a low 34 or better.
Next week event Culburra Kitchens & Bathroom Single Stableford.
For those wishing to play in the Foursome Championships they are being played on 23 rd June.
By Mens Golf on Wednesday, June 6th, 2018 in Mens Golf. No Comments.
Only 75 players braved the conditions on Saturday to contest the Wray Owen Monthly medal.
A Grade: Gross winner Cameron Fraser with 78.
Net 1st Jacob Barnes 67, 2nd Kirk Brown 69 3rd George Kulcsar 70
B Grade: Gross winner Philip Wells 81
Net 1st Philip Wells 65, 2nd Ian Mackie 66, 3rd Matthew Davies 67
C Grade: Gross winner Scott Weissel 89
Net 1st Stephen Tekely 68, 2nd Scott Weissel 69 3rd Les Berghofer 72
Ball comp: net 73 or better
There was some confusion with the signs going out for the nearest Nearest the pins and Drive and Pitch. The only result being for the golden shot on the 8th going to Steve Compton
Longest drive on the 18th:
A Grade BrettBishop
B Grade Philip Wells
C Grade Tom Williams
Thanks to Greg Pank for cooking the BBQ, a job well from someone who didn’t want to do it.
Next week event is the Culburra Kitchen single stableford.
Just a reminder for those wishing to play in the foursomes championships rhis year, they are being held on the 23 June.
Congratulations to all the winners in the second round of the singles match play. The third round is due to be completed by 3 July.
There are still 3 games to be played in the first round of the cock of walk. These games are now overdue and are to be completed immediately The second round games are due to be played by 30 June.
By Mens Golf on Monday, June 4th, 2018 in Mens Golf. No Comments.
Round 13 seemed to be a bit of a bad omen for some of the top sides with many upsets.None more so than last placed Steelers defeating the front runners the Dragons despite the sending off of the Steelers Capt Brian Dwyer for decent.Steelers 222-227 Dragons.Solid games from Les Berghofer and Phil Nicolaides.Best for the Dragons was Steve Kohler.
The Tigers well below their best still managed to hold off the Eels 230-236.Andrew Kohler way the best for the Tigers and in the middle[you know who ]was again fearless in defence.Not much can be said for the Eels their big guns Cattell and Hewitt failed to ignite.
Manly clung on to defeat the Dogs by 1 point at Belmore,there were some ugly scenes at the end of play their Capt Brian Herring was given a Police escort from the Ground after another lack lustre performance and a large gathering were waiting as he left the dressing sheds in darkness hoping to avoid a variety of missiles that were hurled at him.Manly Captain Kirk Brown was the man of the Match whilst for the Dogs they welcomed the return of Bruce Ryan who turned in an outstanding game.
Last years Premiers went down again this time to the sharks 225-233.Greg Fulthorpe continues to hold the Sharks together and there is a distinct possibility that he will be wearing Black and Gold next year as the Tigers are desperate to move on one of their non performers who performs better on BBQ duties.For the Panthers play maker John VavDiejon tried hard with little support.
The Bunnies Semi Finals asperations took a dive when they were just beaten by the Roosters who are making a late surge towards the Finals.The Wolf Man was best for the Bondi Boys well supported by Capt Col Burgess.Bad Boy Rob Lidsey seems to have his temperament in order after medical councelling .For the Bunnies front rower Evan Norris was their best.Score 229-230.
Ladder:Dragons :20:Manly:19:Tigers:16:Bunnies:14:Sharks:14:Dogs:13:Panthers:10:Roosters:10:Eels:6: Steelers:6:
Next Week:Tigers V’S Dragons: Steelers V’S Eels: Sharks V’S Roosters:Dogs V’S Panthers: Manly V’S Bunnies;
By Mens Golf on Wednesday, May 30th, 2018 in Mens Golf. No Comments.
The shock of the round was the win of the Roosters over the Premiers the Panthers 104-100.A man of the Match performance from bad boy Rob Lidsey proved to be the difference between the two sides it was good to see him temper his bad ways.The Panthers look only a shadow of last years Team and new recruit Gary Dwyer had another shocker and could see himself on the open market next year!!!
The Dragons bounced back from last weeks defeat to hand the Sharks a 14 point romp however Greg Fulthorpe for the Losers was again gallant in defeat.For the Dragons old timer Brian Stayplyton on his wonky legs played well also slippery half back Alan Chapman proved a handful.
As predicted the Mighty Tigers made mince meat of the Bulldogs who played more like Chihuahua’s than Bulldogs and once again “The Stranger”although a little slower these days was fearless in defence and was “chaired” from the field by his Team mates to the tune of for “he’s a jolly good fellow”.The Dogs Skipper Brian Herring was a “flop” again and “booed”from the ground under police escort.
The Bunnies remain in the top four with a close win over a much improved Steelers thanks to a late try by big front rower Evan Norris.The Steelers Captain Brian Dwyer at last showed a bit of form but his effort was to no avail as the rest of his Team were abysmal.Next week the Steelers take on the Dragons the Team that Brian Dwyer was hoping to play for this season however they did not want him lets hope he can prove them wrong with a solid display.
The Manly “Silvertails”were not very impressive against an under strength Parramatta running out winners 106-92.Captain Bruce Eddy played well for the Eels and warren Smart and Clarrie Raymer were solid for winners.Manly certainly have the side to challenge the Dragons however will need their Captain Kirk Brown to be at his best and it should be interesting when they meet in round 15.
This Week: Tigers V’S Eels Manly V”S Dogs Steelers V’S Dragons Sharks V’S Panthers Roosters V’S Bunnies.
By Mens Golf on Tuesday, May 29th, 2018 in Mens Golf. No Comments.
A great autumn day greeted everyone on Saturday for the D & Y Superfinish single stableford with count backs required to separate the winners in all 3 grades.
A Grade: Greg Mytilinios with 38 from Murray Smith, third to Colon Brigstock 37.
B Grade: Trent Boundy 39 second to Brian Dwyer and Denis Reid third with 38.
C Grade Scott Weissel 40 , Charlie Hawkins 40, Doug Nelson 39.
Ball comp to 36 or better.
Nearest the Pins
6th and Golden Shot Greg Bainbrigge
8th Evan Norris
14th Tom Williams
17th Culburra Kitchen eagle nest not won
Drive and Pitch
A Grade 9th Adrian Smith
B Grade 4th Chris Oliver
C Grade 15th Chris Hoffman.
Next week Wray Owen Monthly medal.
By Mens Golf on Wednesday, May 23rd, 2018 in Mens Golf. No Comments.
93 players played on Saturday in a variety of weather conditions and the crows in full flight again.
A Grade Evan Norris the winner with 41 points from Michael Liddy 40 and Mark Baker 39. Micheal put the hand brake on after having 23 points on the front nine and was heard saying at the end just doing enough to A Grade. Better luck next time Michael.
B Grade Lindsay Beal 40 , Les Cuka 39 Colin Brigstock 38.
C Grade Lindsay Elliott had 44 , the best score for the day. Chris Witt second 40 followed by Terry Wynn 38.
Nearest the Pins:
6th Ashley Hoogwerf
8th and golden shot Matthew Hung
14th Steve Mauger
17th Culburra Kitchen Eagle Nest not won.
Drive and Pitch:
A Grade 10th Phil Nicolaides
B Grade 4th not won
C Grade 15th Ben O’Brien
Ball comp 36 or better.
Next week D&Y Superfinish Single Stableford.
Those players in the Cock of Walk, 1st round, and Single Match play 2nd round, please make sure that you have completed your matches by the due dates that coming up over the next 2 weeks.
By Mens Golf on Monday, May 21st, 2018 in Mens Golf. No Comments.
The Postponed game from last week proved that the Dragons are certainly beatable with the Bunnies on the back of fine games from Evan Norris and Col Brigstock handed them a 15 point drubbing.For the losers Kev Pattison tried hard but to no avail.
The Mighty Tigers were much too good for last years Premiers the Panthers easy winners by 18 points.Last years player of the series Alan Tonacia showed a bit of last years form with a solid display for the Panthers who sadly missed the direction of their Skipper Croaky Edmunds who may be on the side line for some time.We wish him a speedy recovery.For the victors none better than Andrew Kohler and Vince Morris whilst” the Strangers” defence around the ruck area was outstanding.
A very ordinary game between The Dogs and The Steelers saw the Dogs prevail by the narrowest of margins 2 points separated the Teams at the end of play however the crowd had already dispersed.Chris Pender was the best for the Dogs with Steve Mauger back from holidays also turning in a fair effort.The Steelers must surely be looking for a new Captain next year Grant Morris played well with little support.The Dogs play the Tigers next week and the big Cat will surely be licking its paws around 1-30 on Saturday.
A badly depleted Eels went down to the Roosters 94-86 in a low scoring game Chris Witt was a stand-out for the Roosters whilst speedy winger Alona Brown was best for the Eels whose Semi-Final chances look dead and buried.Same can be said for the Roosters they also look gone this year their attitude needs to change as one player continues to be a disruptive force having been sent off twice this year for kicking and pokeing the referee.
Manly consolidated second place on the Ladder with a 108-90 victory over the Sharks who don’t seem to be able to field a full side.Manly welcomed back Ash Hoogwerf with a man of the match performance.Kirk Brown and John Bruton also had solid games.For the Steelers Greg Fulthope always puts in and was again their best.
Next week: Dogs V,S Tigers :Sharks V’S Dragons: Steelers V’S Bunnies:Roosters V,s Panthers:Manly V’s Eels
Ladder:Dragons 18: Manly 15:Dogs :13 Bunnies :12 Tigers :12 Sharks :12 Panthers :10Eels:6 Roosters:6 Steelers:4
Best and Fairest Top 10:Kev Pattison Dragons 15:Evan Norris Souths 14:Kirk Brown Manly 13:Steve Kohler Dragons 11:Paul Harris Dogs 10:Gary Ganderton Sharks 10 :Greg Bainbrigge Dragons 9:Andrew Kohler Tigers 9:Vince Morris Tigers 9:Chris Pender Dogs 9: