Jackson wins medal

Jackson's closest rival was the a-grade winner Rob Stanley, who had a 3-under-par 68 off the stick for a net score of 64.

Ron Jamieson won the b-grade medal by one shot from Bruce Marshall with a net score of 67.

In the a-grade standings, Simon Dobbins was the runner-up, one shot back of Rob Stanley with a score of 65 net.

Bruce Otto was the c-grade runner-up with a net score of 65.

Nearest to the pin winners were Rob Stanley, Peter Fox, Steve Abel and Barry Mortimer.

The ladies monthly medal was played last Wednesday with Kathryn Borer celebrating her birthday in fine style, winning with a net score of 69.

The runner-up was Kate Deambrogio on a count back from Roseanne Apps with a net score of 73.

Nearest to the pin winners were Lyn Muller on the 2nd and 16th holes and Kate Deambrogio on the 16th.

There was a tie for least number of putts between Roseanne Apps and Kate Deambrogio with 30 putts.

Last Thursday's play saw Bernie Malcolm win the nine hole competition with 25 points from Paul Joice and Geoff Rees on 23.

Tony Woolridge was a further shot back on 22.

Dave Lawrey took out the 18 hole competition with 45 points.

It's just not Paul Joice's year as he was runner-up again with Les Bradford on 41.

Single competitions will be held on Easter Saturday, Sunday and Monday.

Looking further ahead, the c-grade pennant team has to beat Charters Towers at Home Hill on Sunday April 26 to get into the main pennant play-offs in May.


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