Cain wins trophy first round at Coffin Bay

FOURSOMES: Pinehurst runners up Andrew Jenkins and Phil Siviour with winners Tim Branford and Steve Nettle. Photo: supplied
FOURSOMES: Pinehurst runners up Andrew Jenkins and Phil Siviour with winners Tim Branford and Steve Nettle. Photo: supplied

July 14 saw the first round of the General Store Trophy. Jude Cain was the winner from Jill Furnell. Jude also won the NTP ball.

On July 16, 20 men competed in a stableford. Division one was won by John Kenny with 37 on a count-back from Tom Kenny and Mark Crettenden.

Division two saw Leigh Gosling still in the winner's circle with a 32 while Nathan McAuliffe edged out Dave Reidy and Bruce Greenshields all on 28.

Tom Kenny and Mark Crettenden were the NTP winners while Tom and John Kenny won the multi stableford competition with 89 and Cliff Hall won the NAGA ball.

On July 19 there was a very entertaining Pinehurst competition. There were 11 teams with the Steve Nettle/Tim Branford team winning with a 66.5.

Runner ups were team Phil Siviour/Andrew Jenkins with 68.5 while team Nathan MacAuliffe/Helen Rammers had a very entertaining time hitting out of other fairways and bushes to take out the NAGA award. The NTP winners were Mark Crettenden and Ann Middleton.

Tuesday, July 21 was the first round of the International Bowl. Pauline Britza returned to form winning from Jude Cain while Ann Middleton continued to master the NTP on 1/10.

The Laurel Wreath draw has been done with Ann Middleton just winning over Ann Trewartha in the first-round match. Just a reminder for the other girls to complete their first matches.

On July 23, 15 men competed in a stableford. It was good to see some new faces with Dave Reidy and Adam Hage conquering our course.

Dave Reidy was the winner with 42 followed by Andrew Jenkins with 37 and Tom Kenny 35.

The multiple stableford was won by team Phil Siviour and Andrew Jenkins while Adam Hage and Mark Crettenden won the NTP balls. Ernie Osborne won the NAGA ball.

Last Sunday 10 teams competed in a fun two-person Ambrose. Kevin Reidy and "in form" Leigh Gosling won with a 68.75 while father and son-in-law team Ron Evans/Tim Branford were runners up from Jude Cain and Andrew Jenkins both with 69.

The NTP winners were Jude Cain, Robert Prout and Geoff Morgan. The club welcomed new member Michael Green who submitted his first card.