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Hill top women

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June 01, 2018

Geoff Gaylard presented the Gaylard Bowl to Rich River who scored a total of 107 points to win. Carol Eddy 33, Noelene King 40 and Leila Ritchie 34 points, a great effort.

The 4BBB Stableford event sponsored by Stacey’s Massaging, was also the Pink Day where everyone dressed up in their finest pink regalia. A collection was made for the anti -Cancer cause and raised $100.00 dollars.

Roylyn Harris and President Francie Mark won the day with 46 points, with Elaine Dunk and Gail Meneilly runners/up with 45 points.

Ball Winners: Janet Leahy/Bev Roberts 43, Joan Hill/Beryl Home and Phyl Fiddes/Jan Coe 42 points.

Nearest to the Pins: 3rd Gallery Café: Di Day, 6th Tatura Hot Bread: Karen Ballantyne, 9th Café Alofa: Robyn Downs, 14th One4One Café: Judy Baker.

PENNANT: Congratulations to Division one, winning their division for the winter season, with no losses and one game to play. The last time they won the pennant was 2014.

Division three will have to wait another year, as a square result playing Rich River at Shepparton last week was not enough to challenge the leaders.

Division four also squared their match at Kialla leaving them with a slim hope of featuring this year.

All members and pennant players are invited to dinner at Hill Top tonight 6.30pm to celebrate the great win by Division one and the end of the pennant season.

MONTHLY MEDAL SHIRT: The first of our Monthly Medal shirt vouchers, will be awarded in June. Glenn and Kim Newton have generously offered to sponsor the shirt voucher, but a mistake was made in the name of his business last week, of which an apology was given. Glenn’s business is Glenn and Kim from Newtons Parcel Service. Hill Top women are most grateful for Glenn and Kim’s support.

The Gillian Gaylard Bowl, sponsored by Brown Brothers was played last Friday in perfect weather conditions. Most clubs in the Goulburn Valley were represented , with the players enjoying the day, especially the two soup stations around the course, manned by our male members who volunteered their time and banter. The meal was excellent, with the women golfers providing the sweets. Two large hampers donated by the women golfers were raffled. Geoff Gaylard presented Rich River with the bowl who scored a total of 107 points to win. Carol Eddy 33, Noelene King 40 and Leila Ritchie 34 points, a great effort. A Grade Winner, from Rich River, Heather Gunstone 37, our own Bev Roberts won B. Grade with 36 points, and Di Wood from Shepparton, won C Grade 37 points. Nearest to the pins: 9th: Judy Baker, 14th: Lyn Fanning. Veteran Winner from Rich River: Noelene King 40 points.

— W.O.F.

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