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Yamba lady golfers ‘Biggest Morning Tea’

A Single Stableford was played by 47 ladies at Yamba on Wednesday followed by a “Biggest Afternoon Tea” in support of the Breast Cancer Foundation.
Prizes were generously donated by Seafire Restaurant, and the winner in A Grade was Gwen Hall with 34c/b from Robyn Brockwell. Jane Bonner was B Grade winner with 32c/b from Colleen Bamback. Pro balls ran to 31c/b and NTPs were won by Di Sigle – Yamba Medical Centre 3, Lorraine Bentley – Yamba Pro Shop 9, Suzanne Scott – The Shoe Boutique 12, Jenny Macqueen – Clovelly Fashions 17 and Meryl Fry – The Block 17/2.
Thirteen ladies competed in the front 9 holes Stableford with Trish White winning once again with 15 points from Val Bofinger 11 and Judy Turnbull also 11.
The raffle which was donated by President Lyn and Captain Judy was won by Margaret Fairfax and raised $240.40. Further donations of $126.90 made a total of $367.30 to be donated to the Breast Cancer Foundation. Winners of the card draws were Jo King – Civic Video, Chris Harris – Priceline Pharmacy and Dulcie Nurse – Yamba Florist. We have anew sponsor in Spar Yamba. Spar kindly donated a tray which was filled with lovely fresh fruit and vegetables and was won by Moira Morrow. We are most appreciative of Spar’s generous gesture.
Thirty-nine ladies competed in a 2BBB Stroke on Friday when the winners and runners-up both had impressive scores of 66. Di Sigle and Jennifer Fagan were the winners from Meg Kulmar and Lexi Walker. Balls went to 69 and pins were won by Maeva Burnham – Retireinvest 3/2. Verna Wright – Peter Campbell Physiotherapy 9, Carrie Aitken – Kitchen to Table 10, Irene Williams – Yamba’s Fisho 12, Robyn Brockwell – Wato’s Fish & Burgers 17 and Wendy Turner – Yamba Pharmacy 17/2.
Jeannie Doolan was the leader of a small group on Saturday with a convincing 36 points from runner-up Kathy Parker.
Good luck to all competing in the Club Championships which commence of Friday June 3.

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