Home' Phillip Island and San Remo Advertiser : January 4th 2018 Contents THE ADVERTISER, THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 2018 - PAGE 27
THE South Gippsland Midweek Ladies Pen-
nant Tennis Association spring competition fi-
nals were held on December 12 at the Inverloch
Tennis Club. The weather turned on a perfect
day for tennis.
Section 1: Wonthaggi Turkeys played Inver-
loch Diamonds. Most of the games were quite
close with two tie breakers being played but
Wonthaggi were a little too strong on the day.
Wonthaggi Turkeys 5 sets 44 games defeated
Inverloch Diamonds 1 set 30 games.
Section 2: Inverloch Jigger Diggers played
Bena. These two teams have been the top
two teams all season, so it was a great game
to watch with scores going back and forth all
match, but on the day Bena ran out winners.
Bena 4 sets 43 games defeated Inverloch 2 sets
The next competition for the Ladies Tuesday
comp will start early February.
New players, especially from the Korum-
burra–Leongatha area, are always welcome.
If you think you might be interested or
would like to know a little more about the
comp, either as an individual player or per-
haps you would like to enter your own team
there are three sections (1, 2 and 3). Please
ring Sue on 0401 039 824 or Chris on 0408
680 282. If you are interested please let us
know by January 16.
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MONDAY, December 18 was the Phillip Island
Bridge Club’s Christmas charity party.
Players were divided between two sections - A
Kaye Douglas and Yvonne Mears were the
winners for section A.
Equal second place went to Shirley Stewart
and John Farr and Jean Barbour and Greg
Nicholson. Moya Crowley and Michael Dooley
finished the day in fourth place.
Dina Drury and Richard Moss celebrated
Richard’s birthday with a win in section B.
Shirley and Bob Weaver came second with
64.81%, the same percentage as the winners of
section A. Beryl Chilcot and Deborah Anglim
On Wednesday, December 20 first place went
to Lorrie Read and Roger Walker, followed by
Bronwyn Sund and John Farr in second.
Deborah Anglim and Jack Kuiper and Gra-
ham Mckergow and Richard Poole finished
Phillip Island golf
Men’s results, Tuesday, December 19: Sta-
bleford. Don Stewart-Uden won the day’s
competition off H/C (25) with 42 points from
Peter Balfe H/C (24) with 41 points.
NTP: 5th Nigel Firth, 7th Allan Sherlock,
10th Rod Ward, 17th Ni Stephenson.
Congratulations to Gerald Taylor for his
hole in one on the 11th.
Nine -hole winner was Steve Rieger with 22
points plus NTP.
Tuesday, December 26: Stableford.
Paul Coleman had a fantastic round to win
with 45 points off H/C (14) followed by James
Bain who had a great score of 43 points off
H/C (4). NTP: 5th Laurie Downward, 7th Adri-
an O’Gorman, 10th Paul Cochrane, 17th Carl
Russo. Nine -hole winner was Reg Browne
with 24 points and Len Fenton was NTP.
Thursday, December 21: Open Par. John
O’Brien H/C (19) won with a great score of +5
on countback from John Hendrickson H/C
(27). NTP: 5th Howard Black, 7th A Schache,
10th R Thompson.
Nine -hole competition winner was John Ro -
dakis with +3 and John Niven was NTP.
Saturday, December 23: Stableford. There
were great scores recorded on the day. A
Grade: David Mitchell H/C (10) played fantas-
tic golf to win with 42 points, r/up Max Brown
H/C (12) 39 points. B Grade Scott Sheers H/C
(16) 41 points, r/up Rob Haydon H/C (13)
39 points. C Grade Rob Purcell H/C (25) 40
points, r/up Phil Foster H/C (19) 39 points.
NTP: 5th Ron Wadey, 7th Tom McCoy, 10th
James Bain, 17th Matt Brown.
Nine -hole competition winner was Brian
Carvell with 19 points.
Saturday, December 30: Stableford. A
Grade Mark Ritterman H/C (2) won with 41
points, great golfing Mark, r/up Scott Fullar-
ton H/C (10) 39 points. B Grade Paul Coleman
H/C (13) 39 points, r/up Laurie Downward
H/C (17) 38 points. C Grade Adam Wagner
H/C (22) 42 points, r/up Pat Garry H/C (26)
Nine -hole Competition winner was Tony
Pullen with 22 points and Basil Moloney was
Wednesday, December 20: Stableford.
Lesley Meadowcroft was the winner with 41
points, r/up Lorraine Brown 39 points. NTP:
7th Naoko McRae.
Saturday, December 23: Stableford. Marg
Frith won the comp with 41 points H/C (27)
from Lesley Meadowcroft H/C (16) with 39
points. NTP: 7th Ros Reid, 10th Lisa Co -
chrane, 17th Lisa Cochrane.
Tuesday, December 26: Stableford. Rhonda
Boyd H/C (21) was in fine form to win with
40 points from Lesley Meadowcroft H/C (15)
35 points. NTP: 5th Rhonda Boyd, 7th Judy
Henry, 10th Rhonda Boyd, 17th Rhonda
Saturday, December 30: Stableford. Win-
ner was Ros Reid H/C (38) with a great score
of 46 points, r/up Lorraine Brown H/C (26)
with 38 points from Lesley Meadowcroft 37
points. NTP: 5th Robyn Cornell, 10th Lesley
Meadowcroft, 17th Lesley Meadowcroft.
CONDUCTED over three weeks in December,
South Gippsland Bowls Division Ladies State
Singles event began with the first two rounds
at Meeniyan played in ideal bowling conditions.
The quarter finals the following week at Fish
Creek resulted in four great matches with all
players scoring over 20 shots.
The semi-finals in the afternoon were also
close games with Marilyn Forrest just getting
the better of M Pearson, and Angie Hackett (Le-
ongatha) winning over L Gallyot.
The final at Meeniyan on Monday, December
18 saw Marilyn defeat Angie to take the title.
In all, the spectators enjoyed three great days
of bowling. Many thanks to Meeniyan and Fish
Creek Clubs and to all the markers and um-
pires for giving up their time so close to the fes-
South Gippsland Midweek Ladies Pennant Tennis Association Section 1 winners, the Won-
thaggi Turkeys are pictured, from left, Caz Copeland, Janet Chambers, Karen Sheerin and
Midweek spring comp finals
Winner of the SGBD Ladies Singles Marilyn Forrest (left) is pictured with runner-up Angie
Hackett at Meeniyan recently.
South Gippsland bowls champions
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