2nd Division and 3rd Division as well as Margin Shield Winners 2015

2nd Division and 3rd Division as well as Margin Shield Winners 2015
9th and 18th hole : click on image to go to Breakers Country Club Web site

Thursday, 23 November 2017

Stableford All Ways 23 November 2017

57 ladies played in beautiful conditions today. With so much run the scores were great, for SOME of us. Best score of the day went to Gina Mesiti who received loud applause as did Terri Gardner on her return to the winners circle. Our new computer system worked a treat today matching players from each team against each other.  Very impressive, could have something to do with the people organising it!

News was received from our girls playing in Bonville who are having a great time. Will be good to hear all about their adventures.

News also trickled through from the Australian Open contingent who were giving Jason Day some valuable tips ... maybe a photo Michelle.

Results were as follows

Division 1. Jeanice Gibson (23) 38 on a count back from
                   Di Connolly (26) also with 38
                   Jenny Chapman (16) 37 points

Division 2. Gina Mesiti (31) with 42 points
                   Jan Gee (31) 35 points

Division 3. Aileen Davis (38) with 38 points
                   Terri Gardner (34) with 37 points

2B All Ways:  winners. Gina Mesiti and Bev Milson 75 on a c/back
                        2nd.        Di Connolly and Terri Gardner with 75

Nearest the Pins. Div 1. 2/11 Judi Eaton
                                       4/13 Jeanice Gibson
                                       15.   Nell Spargo
                            Div. 2. 2/11 Kathy Porter
                                        4/13 Bronwyn Dwyer
                                        15.   Barbara Holt
                            Div. 3. 2/11  Charmaine Armbruster
                                        4/13. Nil
                                        15.    Ronalda Arnott

Raffle Winners: Nell Spargo; Nareda Leary and Jenny Chapman

Thursday, 16 November 2017

Las Vegas Ambrose Thursday 16/11/17

A beautiful day out on the course for our team event. Everyone was travelling nicely enjoying not having all the pressure on themselves............ a sneaky ball in the water or the trees, that's ok the other ladies will take care of it πŸ˜‰. They say news travels fast and when someone has a HOLE IN ONE πŸ‘†⛳ it gets around the course probably faster than it took Nareda to find out her ball was actually in the hole not over the back like she thought! A big congratulations to Nareda and it was yet another excuse to celebrate so we also thank you πŸ˜†πŸΈ

Winners: 58 1/8  HCAP 14 7/8

Aiki Harrigan
D Dimond
Viv Ball
Barbara Holt

2nd: 58 4/8 HCAP 14 4/8

Nareda Leary
Nicki Draper
Bev Milson
Dee Barham

3rd: 58 5/8 HCAP 13 3/8

Marnie I'Anson
Rhonda Boothman
Pam Crowe
Sandra Kunze

4th: 60 1/8 HCAP 14 7/8

Anara Porter
Nancy Carey Berryman
Moya Allen
Chris Baddack

Gross Winners: 70 c/b

Jenny Chapman
Nell Spargo
Anne Glance
Colleen Henry

Nearest The Pins:

Div 1: N Leary  HOLE IN ONE πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘ 2/11th
N Draper 4/13th
M Hughes 6/15th

Div 2: N C Berryman 2/11th

See you all next week ⛳✌😎

Tuesday, 14 November 2017

CCWGA Annual 2 Day Tournament Shelly Beach and Morisset

Results for Day 1 of the CCWGA played at Shelly Beach  πŸŒπŸΌ‍♀️⛳️
Division 2 Scratch winner: Michelle Hughes
Division 2 Nett R/up Marnie Ianson
Ball winner: Melanie Sheekey
Raffle winners: Colleen Henry, Jenny Chapman, Debbie Lorking and Kerry Moore

Results for Day 2 of the CCWGA played at Morisset.
18 Holes
Division 1: Stableford Winner Melanie Sheekey
Division 2: Nett Winner Marnie Ianson 
Nearest The Pin: Judi Eaton Div 2 on the 13th
Results for 36 Holes
Division 1: 36 Hole Nett R/Up Melanie Sheekey
Division 2: Scratch 36 Hole Open Champion Michelle Hughes
Division 2: 36 Hole Nett Winner Marnie Ianson and Anne Glance was R/Up
Division 3: Stableford 36 Hole Open Champion Jan Portelli

Saturday, 4 November 2017

Stroke + Medal of Medals 2nd November

We had some great scores for our Stroke round today with the weather being very kind. With a stroke round we always get the stories of who had the most strokes on one hole..................the standout this time was Kerry Moore's 18 strokes. Try and visualise three water entries and numerous bunker shots and the best part is Kerry took great pleasure in telling everyone..................no way anyone was going to out do that.

Congratulations to Sharon Harper winning the 2017 Medal Of MedalsπŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘ with her Score of 66 beating Helen Ingle by .5 of a margin in the count back.

Division 1:
Jill Lavery (23) 66
Sally Hopkins (10) 68
Anne Glance (22) 68

Division 2:
Helen Ingle (32) 66
Di Laws (30) 67

Division 3:
Sharon Harper (39) 66
Mary Moore (39) 67

Gross Over The Field:
Sally Hopkins (10) 78

Nearest The Pin:
Div 1: M I'Anson 2/11
M I'Anson 4/13
S Hopkins 15th

Putting: S Hopkins

Div 2: D Laws 2/11
B Dwyer 15th

Putting: B Dwyer

Div 3: M Lee 2/11
M Strada 15th

Putting: S Harper

V Higgin
S Harper
M Corner
C Armbruster

Until next week ✌😎

Thursday, 2 November 2017


1. Kerrie McInerney This young filly is a twin from the prolific Stibbard family stud. She has earned the spot of top filly in this year’s event with a great score of 44 points. A great competitor, she is either on her game or not. Will she handle the pressure? Worth a wager.
2. Nareda Leary second highest qualifier with 42 points. With Irish genes this filly is always in with a chance and why wouldn’t she be – she hails from the famous Smith stable. Reliable and steady – don’t rule this one out.
3. Aileen Davis qualified third with 41 points. Out of the Davis stable – this one is a bit of a dark horse – very often in the prize winners circle. This mare has a very good blood line and with a good handicap could be a surprise.
4. Di Rudd this filly out of the Quinlan stable is a rising star having qualified fourth with another good score of 40. With her Irish breeding and determination this young mare is breaking new ground. Watch this one.
5. Colleen Henry, the silver streak, has had an impeccable run over the last six months. Trained by the diverse Henry family, she is in great form and qualified fifth with another score of 40. Her expertise and knowledge of the course has improved greatly over the last two years. Keep your eye on the Silver Streak
6. Debbie Lorking this filly has a great future. Her breeding is exceptional coming from the Forde line. She upset her competitors by qualifying sixth on a count back with 40 points. She is quick out of the barriers and, on her day, will be a threat to the rest of the field provided she can maintain her form to the finish line. She will be odds on to win.
7. Mel Sheekey the youngest filly in the field, what an exciting young filly is this one. Trained at the Akers stable she has all the skills to set her above all her competition. This one could go all the way and keep going. Follow this one in the future. Mel along with the rest of the qualifiers made the field with 39 points.
8. Helen Ingle, last year’s winner. A cool, calm mare from the creditable Newman stable. This mare has been improving all year so it will be interesting to see what she can bring to the competition this year. Will she make it a double?
9. Michelle Hughes, a young 2 year old, one of the youngest fillies in the field. Don’t be fooled by her youth. Trained and bred by the White stable this young filly has really shown her quality. Her handicap has steadily decreased over the last 2 years and she has the ability to take on all comers. A very exciting future assured for this one.
10. Janice Adlard what a way to round off this exciting field. Last year’s runner up. The Adlard stable has produced some very good contenders and Janice is no exception. Always calm and reliable who makes smart decisions – will be hard to beat again this year.