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Midweek Yamba Golf

There were 129 starters for the rainy conditions and with the most of the tourists heading home the field was getting back to normality. In A Grade Tim Stokes had the score of the day returning 42pts from Andre Rizk 2nd with 39 and Ron Hall from Port Kembla was 3rd with 36pts on a count back. Reilly Wunderlich took out A Reserve after his New Zealand tournament with 39pts from Ross Allomes 2nd with 38pts and Russell Cain was 3rd with 37pts. B Grade winner was Graeme Lloyd with 38pts, 2nd went to Max Gibbs with 36pts and 3rd went to Brian Scanlon with 35pts on a count back. C Grade winner was John Dwyer with 38pts 2nd went to Keith Hiskens from Howlong with 37pts and 3rd went to John Lloyd with 36pts on a count back. Nearest to the pins were: On the SeaFire Steak and Seafood 3rd Ron Hall 349cm, the Peter Campbell 9th went to Neil Drummond at 432cm, the SeaFire 10th was Doug Luckie 111cm, the Yamba Barber shop 12th Mike Thurbon 210cm, the SeaFire 17th went to Rob Orchard 104cm. Balls for the day went to 34pts with 18 on the back. Saturday Stableford A field of 158 players braved the heat before the mini tornado hit late in the afternoon causing only the scared to run for shelter and the brave to finish their rounds. Big hitting Gavin Holdway from Redcliff was the winner in A Grade with 41pts from Michael Shirlow 38pts and 3rd went to Terry Laws 37pts. A Reserve saw the VI Ian Goodman win the countback giving him 1st with 38pts from Dave Cruden 38pts and 3rd went to Keith Cromack 37pts. B Grade winner Mark Phillips returned 38pts, Ted Davis was 2nd with 37pts and 3rd went to Bruce Ginn with 36pts. In C Grade Geoffrey Butler took 1st with 39pts, 2nd was Evan Harris with 38pts and 3rd went to Anthony Bromilow with 35pts. Nearest to the pins were: On the 3rd John Wright Pro Shop hole Keith James was 55cm, the 9th Peter Campbell Physio hole was Rohan Ford at 174cm, the 10th SeaFire Steak and Seafood hole was Kieran Birchall at 110cm, the 12th SeaFire hole went to Chris Sharp at 58cm, the Bene Scene 17th went to Phil Wood at 325cm and the 2nd shot SeaFire 17th was Phil Boyle at 390cm. Balls to 34 with 18 on the back 9. Sunday v Par Medley Only 20 players braved the unbearable heat to contest the plus minus game with the popular winner Sunny Bill Williams returning +2, 2nd went to president Head with +1 on a count back from Don Mailing and 4th went to Michael Shirlow on -1. NTPs were: Don Mailing and Tina Earp on the 10th, Glenn Scarffe and Penny Bainbridge on the 12th. Balls went to -4.