Bruce’s Weekly Update 12 January 2016

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Hello Members, Sponsors & Patrons

It was a busy weekend at the Club.  Friday night we had over 100 in for dinner.  Saturday and Sunday tapas was very busy too.  The new visitors to the Club have really been enjoying the atmosphere and food.

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Rocket French from Bayside Plumbing celebrated his birthday with friends at the Club on Saturday.

As the Saturday and Sunday have become busier, If you have a group of larger table could you please book in advance to ensure we have a table set and ready for your arrival.

With the influx of tourists the tennis courts, golf course, bowling green, croquet and mountain bike trails have been well utilised.

Croquet will recommence on 16th January for their new Saturday fixture.

in December we had had 37 new members join the Club.

4 x full member, 7 x social member, 4 x full family members, 19 x family social members and 3 x junior members.

Bowls News

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Friday twilight bowls competition will run from 6pm – 7.15pm at a cost of $5.  Everyone is invited to attend what will be a fun and enjoyable evening.  The kitchen will still be open and meals will be available.

Newsletter – Men’s bowls

 Men’s Inter-League Championship was held last weekend in Augusta.

Leeuwin League excelled itself in finishing runner up for this event – an excellent result given the competition offered by the South West, Murray and Blackwood Leagues.

The Hadleys Open Men’s Fours event will be held this coming Sunday.

Players need to be ready by 9.00am for a 9.15am one-way rollup. Dress is Mufti and the cost is $60 per team.

Remember to bring your own lunch and afternoon tea will be served.

The Bootleg Brewery Men’s Champ.Pairs nomination form is on the board and, to date, is looking quite sparse! Please give your support to this Championship event and nominate immediately – it’s scheduled for January 31st, only a fortnight away!

Bankers Clubre-commences today, the first game to be played in Busso.

Committee members are reminded that the monthly meeting will be held this Thursday, 14th January at 10.00am.

Rob Pollard

Captain

Croquet News

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CROQUET

 After a break for the festive season players will return to the greens this week, with AC sessions on Tuesday and Friday morning and Golf Croquet sessions on Wednesday and Friday afternoon. This Saturday, the 16th, the Croquet Section will introduce a Saturday fixture. Play will commence at 2pm and you need to be there about 15 minutes prior so matches can be organised. The form of croquet to be played will be determined by who turns up on the day. Instruction and equipment will be available for new players. Chef Hamish will have tapas available from 4pm, so allow time for some socialising.

Gala Day: The annual Gala Day and Christmas lunch was held prior to our Christmas break. Thank you to all who contributed in any way to the success of the day. 21 players spent the morning testing their croquet skills with a range of challenging activities, and then they were joined by past players for some Christmas cheer. A special presentation was made to Stuart and Norma Dunn in recognition of their contribution to the croquet section. Unfortunately Stuart and Norma are not well enough to continue playing and next year they will relocate to Perth.

 

Twilight Croquet: 10 players enjoyed Twilight Croquet last Friday and these sessions will continue over the summer. Arrive at about 5pm for a quick practise and then play golf croquet. The cost is $3 for DDCC members and $5 for social and non members.

 

Friday Night Dinner

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Friday night meals will now be available from 5.30pm with last orders by 8.00pm.  Hamish is offering a selection of cooked to order dishes.  From next week, tapas style dishes will also be available on Saturday and Sunday afternoons from 4.00 pm to 7.00 pm.

Friday Night Dinner Menu

Chicken rolled with earthy herbs, pickled celery and mashed potato.  $22
Chinese braised pork, fresh salad of aromatic herbs & sweet lime dressing.  $22
Grilled fish.  Lemon / rosemary oil , green bean salad & fries.  $22
Red Quinoa, roast vegetables, spinach & lupin tempeh with coriander yoghurt.  $20
Kids fish & chips.  $10
Chocolate mousse, meringue & fruit.  $10

Email: manager@dunsboroughcountryclub.org.au

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Friday Night Jackpot

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The Members Jackpot was not won on Friday night.  This week’s jackpot will be $500.  Members must be financial and present to claim.  The Jackpot is drawn between 5.30 pm – 6.30 pm in the Club rooms.

Keep Smiling!