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Tina Downes wins A Grade Medal at Yamba

On a magnificent Spring day 41 ladies competed in the 7th Monthly Medal at Yamba where Tina Downes won A Grade, and the Monthly Medal, with 70 net. Runner-up was Sue Scott 74 and gross winner Darrie Nightingale 84. Gwen Hall was B Grade winner and also Monthly Medal winner for B Grade with 72c/b from Wendy O’Brien also 72. This score earned Wendy the C Grade Medal. Putting in A Grade went to Jeannie Doolan 30, and in B Grade Pauline McKinnon 33 c/b. Overall putting went to Sue Scott with 28 putts. Di Sweetman took three NTPs – namely: Yamba Medical Centre 3, Yamba Fair Butchery 10 and Clovelly Fashions, Maclean 17. The left-over’s were won by Jo King – Yamba Florist, Debbie May 3/2, Sue Scott – Yamba Pro shop 9, Tina Downes – the Shoe Boutique 12 and Jane Bonner – The Block 17/2. Balls ran to 76c/b and John’s Free Lesson was won by Margery Allison. Twelve ladies played in the front 9 Stableford which was won by Sylvia Cryer 16 points from Jenny Moody 14 c/b. Jenny also won the Pin on 3. Winners of the draw of the cards were Kim Lipscombe – Civic Video, Alison Caller – Priceline Pharmacy, Lynne Donsworth – Spar Express, Yamba, Jane Bonner – Jane Bonner – Yamba Florist, Debbie May, Ann Schumacher – Yamba Physiotherapy, The Mexican Restaurant – Margery Allison, and The Corner Store – Lucy Thompson. The raffle, which was a voucher on The Shoe Boutique, was donated by Margery Allison and Sandra Dorman and won by Lee Daley. It raised $100. There were only 34 players in Friday’s Single Stableford and the winner with a massive 42 points was Di Sigle, narrowly followed by Phyllis Telfer with another great score of 41. Third place went to Janine Zietsch 39 and pin winners were Jean Whitby – Tom’s Chinese Restaurant 3, Margery Allison – Retireinvest 3/2, Sandra Wallace – Peter Campbell Physiotherapy 9, Gwen Hall – Kitchen to Table 10, Jennifer Fagan – Yamba’s Fisho 12, Jenny Macqueen – The Bean Scene 17 and Lorraine Luckie – Yamba Pharmacy 17/2. Pro balls went to 34. Early morning drizzle limited the number of Saturday players to 4. Regular player, Kathy Parker, once again led the field with 33 points from Sue Wilson 32. Pauline McKinnon