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IN Phillip Island la-
dies golf results from
4, the Par Winner was
Rhonda Boyd H/C (23)
on a c/b with Plus 1. Oth-
er results Runner-up:
Faye Rosen H/C (32) c/b
Plus 1 from Liz O'Neill
H/c (37) also plus 1.
NTP: A Grade: Jea-
nette Diss; B Grade:
Mary Taylor; C Grade:
Next week's is the La-
dies Annual General
Meeting commencing at
9am with a shotgun start
to follow of 4BBB Stabl-
eford over 13 holes.
Ladies Saturday, No -
vember 7, Par: Winner:
Vicki Roff-Smith H/C
(18) Plus 2.
Runner-up: Faye Rosen
H/c (32) Plus 1.
Tuesday, November 3,
Melbourne Cup Day - 2
Ladies Winners: Jean-
nette Diss and Karen
Green nett 74.75.
Men's Winners: Scott
Fullarton and Max
Brown Nett 62.
Mixed Winners: Vicki
Miller and Terry Miller
5: cancelled due to rain.
Men's Saturday, No -
vember 7, Monthly Med-
al Stroke and second
round Club Champion-
ships: A Grade Winner:
Stuart Carson H/c (9)
Nett 71; A Grade R/up:
David Mitchell H/c (10)
Nett 72; B Grade Winner:
Max Brown H/c (13) Nett
69; B Grade R/Up: Mick
Wyzenbeek H/c (17) nett
72 c/b; C Grade Winner:
Sean Ambler H/c (35)
Nett 66; C Grade R/Up:
H/c (33) Nett 67
Monthly Medal Winner
was Sean Ambler and
Medal of Medallist was
NTP 5th Mick Chris -
topher; NTP 7th Ron
Wadey; NTP 10th Mark
Ritterman; NTP 17th
Next week's event is
Stroke final rounds of
club championships fol-
lowed by presentation
Men's 9 Hole Tuesday,
November 3: No Comp
due to Melbourne Cup
Men's 9 Hole Thurs -
day, November 5: No
Comp due to rain.
Men's 9 Hole Saturday,
November 7: Stableford.
Laurie Petrusch was
today winner with a
handicap of 22 with 17
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Wednesdays Ladies winners, from left, Rhonda
Boyd, Liz O'Neill and Faye Rosen.
Boulton claims SA title
PHILLIP Island golfer Mark Boul-
ton has taken out the South Austra-
lian Men's Mid-- Amateur Champi-
onship, which was played at Links
Lady Bay Golf Club at the beginning
Mark, a member of the Phillip Is-
land Golf Club, adds this title to a
long list of impressive wins includ-
ing both the Victorian and New Zea-
land Mid-Amateur Championship
titles this year and was runner-up in
Queensland last month.
"It was a bit of a ploy to play these
events this year through recommen-
dations from a few other guys and
I'm soon up to Queensland again to
play the Australian Mid-Amateur," he
Mark is competing for the Austra-
lian Mid-Amateur championship on
the Gold Coast at Arundel Hills Golf
He will be playing for the national
title, of Australian champion mid-
The South Australian Men's Mid--
Amateur Championship attracted its
strongest field to date, of 64 men.
Mark won in a playoff.
"The plan was to try and hit four
under to get into contention -- it all
sort of rolled along," Boulton said.
"In the playoff, I just tried to keep
steady and stick to the same plan, hit
to the right spots and you should be
okay. It all came good.
"The course was really fantastic,
awesome, you just have to keep it
in play and have good positioning
"I'm ecstatic to win, I only came
across this event at the last minute
when entering the Aussie Amateur.
I was really happy with the way it
Speaking at home on Phillip Island
last week, Mark has thanked the
many people who have supported
his amateur golfing career, starting
with wife Pauleen and sons Max and
He particularly thanked the South
Gippsland District Golf Club Associ-
ation for their continued and valued
Mark is a Bass Coast Shire em-
ployee, working in the Parks Unit.
He plays golf at Phillip Island, and
also competes regularly across Vic-
He is competing individually this
year in the Ivo Whitten trophy event,
a competition that runs all year and
incorporates various golf clubs open
He is currently running in tenth
Playing in a minimum of 24 events
each year, against a field which in-
cludes state and national representa-
tives, the golfer with the best player
average takes out the annual trophy.
Rhonda Boyd wins par
A biking sisterhood!
COMMUNITY members in Thomp-
son Avenue on Saturday morning
may have wondered if the GP had
returned to town, as a cavalcade
of bikes rode proudly down to the
Esplanade, and back up the street
The difference from last week's GP
is that the riders were all women this
time, and that they had come from
all over the world for a very special
They are all members of the Wom-
en's International Motorcycle Associ-
ation (WIMA) and had just complet-
ed a week at an annual international
rally, which this year was held on
WIMA is a worldwide sisterhood
with a love of motorcycling.
Founded 65 years ago by an Amer-
ican motorcycle rider, for women
across the world, WIMA holds an
international get together and mem-
bers rally annually.
The event this year is being hosted
by the Australian Division of the or-
ganisation, which is headed by Moi-
Normally held in Europe, Moira
and the Australian contingent of
WIMA have welcomed 80 partici-
pants, with proceedings all based at
the Shearing Shed.
Fifty three of this year's partici-
pants were from overseas, from 12
different countries overall.
The annual event is keenly antici-
pated and entails members gather-
ing in one place for about a week,
and as well as official proceedings,
members ride out together on a daily
basis to visit various attractions.
Last Tuesday the group rode to-
gether to visit the Native Botanic
Gardens in Cranbourne, calling in
to Churchill Island on the way home.
Wednesday saw a ride to the
Healesville Sanctuary; on Thursday
it was off to Wilsons Promontory;
Friday was free; and the rally ended
on Saturday with a colourful parade
of bikes flying international flags and
banners up and down Thompson
Moira said the rally had been a
highly successful one, and the visi-
tors had thoroughly enjoyed their
Highlights included a welcome
dinner at the Shearing Shed last
Monday night, and farewell dinner
and party on Saturday night before
everyone went their separate ways.
Many of the international attend-
ees were heading on to other parts of
Australia on their bikes, to make the
most of their stay.
Last year's rally was held in Po-
land, and Hungary is to be the host
nation next year.
Women from across the world with a love of motorcycle riding have
just spent a week on Phillip Island together, at an international rally
of members. Members of the worldwide Women's International Motor-
cycle Association, set off from the Shearing Shed last Thursday, head-
ing for Wilsons Promontory.
Phillip Island's Mark Boulton has won another important golf title.
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