Hello Members, Sponsors & Patrons
Friday Night Dinner
As you may or not be aware our chef Hamish Mcleay has left the Club to pursue other interests. I would like to thank Hamish for all his time and effort he put into the Club and for the great meals he provided. I wish him all the best.
In the interim while looking for a replacement chef I will be donning my chef jacket again with my wife Sharon to provide the Friday night meal. It will be two courses for $25. You will not leave hungry. Menu is below. Please come along and keep the Friday night happening and supporting the Club.
For this Saturday & Sunday unfortunately there will not be any meals available. I hope this will only be a short term issue until we find a replacement chef. Thank you.
DUNSBOROUGH & DISTRICTS COUNTRY CLUB (Inc.)
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
THIS IS TO ADVISE THAT THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF THE CLUB WILL BE HELD AT THE CLUB HOUSE, GIFFORD ROAD AT
10.00 AM ON SUNDAY 16TH OCTOBER 2016
DUNSBOROUGH COUNTRY CLUB
Saturday 15th October 2016
TABLES OF 6. TICKETS $10
COMMENCING 7.30 P.M.
Tapas available prior
TICKETS AVAILABLE AT CLUB
or RING 97568019 for table bookings
This event run by ladies golf section of D.D.C.C
Musician John Buckley played at the Club on Sunday afternoon. It was very well supported and a great time was had by all. With continued support we can make Sunday afternoon entertainment a more regular event especially with summer not too far away and a fantastic alfresco area to enjoy.
If you are interested in purchasing a Club polo shirt for summer, please come see Bruce in the Managers office. Shirts are $35 each
Country & Western Afternoon
Country & Western performer Wayne Pride will be performing at the Dunsborough & Districts Country Club on Sunday, 20th November 2016. Tickets are $25 each and available from the bar. The show begins at 2.45 pm – 5.00 pm. Be quick as the Keith Potger show sold out in short time. Organise your friends and come along for a great afternoon.
Tuesday Bowls – Butch Sharpe
We had an excellent turn out on the day. 28 keen bowlers which is a record for Tuesday. Weather was great and so were the bowls. Jill Winter, Butch Sharpe, Ken Holyoake and Geoff Oddy played off in the final. The final was of very high standard, no-one could score having the mat so ended in a draw for them all. Thanks everyone for making this day fun and enjoyable.
Thursday Bowls – I Creagh
Winners were G Benn and Hank de Boer with the Runners-up being R Prentice and R Wilson. The Consolation prize went to Domenic and I Creagh whilst the MB Award was thrown to N Gage and G Winter.
Saturday Bowls – N Gage
Dash for Cash concludes. Pennants season draws nigh.
39 players all-told, including visitors, competed in this event over the winter period, some only once or twice due to holiday travel or the inclement weather locally.
Another family victory resulted last Saturday when Sharon Sharpe paired up with Ed Bunbury to win the aggregate, with husband, Butch Sharpe, and visitor Kay from Rockingham, a close second.
Andre Gil and Ken Holyoake had shared top spot on the ladder after the 18 weeks of competition and chance would have it that they were paired to play each other after the drinks break over 12 ends. Andre and Ralph Don pipped Ken and Dennis Frost by a few shots.
After the event, our Bowls Chairman, Dennis Frost, kindly presented first prize for the Saturday Mixed competition to the worthy winner Andre, with the second prize going to Ken.
Next Saturday there will be a fun game between the West Coast Eagles and the Fremantle Dockers which will take the format of a Pennants rink competition. Put your names up a.s.a.p. so that the three selectors can choose teams. Wear mufti but include AFL colours in your apparel. Start at 1 pm. prompt to finish in time for AFL Preliminary final (those who elect not to play Pennants this year are welcome to take part).
Last Thursday the men received their new club shirts and enjoyed a great steak bun thanks to Gibby and Butch. Before the shirts were handed out everyone watched the “Project Runway” models who were Mike Brown, Wendell Hoover, Rob Pollard and Rod Winchcombe strutting their stuff as they modelled the shirts. They all did a great job. Thanks also to Gay Gibb for helping on the day.
There are still some shirts to be claimed. Wendell will be taking them to bowls on Thursdays for those who have missed out.
Remember that these shirts are sponsored by Ray Green, Trevor’s Carpets, are for pennant players only at the cost of $5 however if you would still like one at the cost of $45 this can be arranged. Another order will be place within weeks and a sheet will be placed on the notice board. Please add your name and size to the list.
Ladies bowls will commence on 28th September
Men’s Golf Section Newsletter
20 September , 2016
Ron Carmody (Captain)
Wednesday 21 September Scroungers
Saturday 24 September Stableford Now a normal Club Event
(This was to be the President V Captain Team Event but it has been rescheduled to following week, 1st of October, as Capt was not available for the original date. )
(Apologies – Ron Carmody)
Wednesday 21 September, Vets at Manjimup
Results Saturday 17 September.,2016
It was a closely fought tussle between Ron Carmody and Jim Parry resulting in a win on a countback for Ron . Both scored 37 points.
Jim balanced the books however by winning the Novelty on No 18.
Other good scores were ; Stephen Robertson 36, Ian Potts 35, Jim Holroyd 35,
Mark Embry 33 and Ken Littlefair 28.
Still one or two overhanging branches to be attended to but otherwise,
Good Golfing All . Ron Carmody.
NINE HOLES 13thSept.
A good roll up of 16 ladies played a Canadian Foursome.
Winners were Joan Embry and June with 21 points.
Runners up were Jean James and Ali Sanbrook with 19 points.
EIGHTEEN HOLES 15th Sept
Ten players turned up in squally weather to play a stableford.
Aileen Morris was the winner with 37 points.
Vicki Frost was runner-up with 36 points.
Nearest the Pin on 8 was Dot Carmody and on 10 Beth Jackson.
THOUGHT OF THE WEEK:-
Don’t resent growing old, some people never have the opportunity.
The beginning of Spring prompted the Ladies’ Thursday morning Social Tennis Group to gather for a lunch at Palmer’s Restaurant during the first week of Spring. (photo attached) This group is gaining numbers and plays Thursday mornings from 9.30 am to 11.00 am and all ladies are welcome. The Saturday afternoon Social Tennis Group is maintaining good numbers despite some icy winds, but happily more sunshine than rain. Saturday Social Tennis is organised from 1.30 pm and all members and visitors are welcome. We are also pleased to announce that Paige Newhill will be continuing as Club Coach for the next season and large numbers of Juniors are expected to be participating after school in Term 4 commencing early October.
Rides happening in the Dunsborough MTB community include- fortnightly GRASSROOTS RIDES, suitable from 6 yrs old to 99 yrs. Come along, kids, beginner adults and anything in-between most welcome.
2016 Chase The Thylacine Ride on Oct 8/9. See Facebook Cape Mountain Bikers page for more info. Ladies welcome. No charge to ride. Stay overnight at Nannup Hotel and reload with liquid carbs at the pub! And chips and steak of course.
Cape To Cape 2016 in October, there has been much competitive training going on………..
The Booted Numbat Cyclocross Racing at Bootleg Brewery. Monday 26th September. Around a 2.5km track. Paddocks, pine tree tracks ,mud. You can use a Mountain Bike if you don’t have a cycle cross bike . Heaps of fun, see Facebook page Dunsborough Cycle Club.
Regular Wed rides 4.30 pm- faster ride for fitter riders. More social ride at 5pm from Country Club.
Cape Mountain Bikers General Meeting
Tues Night Sept 20
5.30 pm Dunsborough Country Club
See you out there,
Friday Night Dinner
Friday night meals are available between 6.00 pm & 7.30 pm.
Friday Night Menu
23rd September 2016
Slow roasted pork with crackle
Cauliflower / Brocolli gratin
Roasted cumin carrots
Gravy & Apple sauce
Individual baked vanilla cheese cakes with berry couli.
Cost $25 per person
To book your table Click Here
Friday Night Jackpot
The $800 Jackpot Draw on Friday night was won by David Jenkins. Congratulations This Friday nights jackpot will reset to $100. Members must be financial and present to claim. The Jackpot is drawn between 5.30pm and 6.30pm in the Clubroom bar.