Hello Members, Sponsors & Patrons
Rock n Roll Night: Tickets available
On Saturday 4th February, Rock n Roll band Nitro Net will be performing at the Club. Nitro Net play rock n roll covers from the 70’s, 80’s and 90’s. Tickets are $20 and are available from the bar. The band starts at 8.00 pm. Book in for a meal prior to the concert. Come along and support the night..
SUNDAY LUNCH @ THE CLUB
Chef Colin Lyttle will be providing meals from 12.00 pm on Sunday’s. at the Club The Sunday special will be a 300g rump steak, chips, salad and either a schooner of beer, a wine or a glass of sparkling for $20.00. There will also be a choice of other dishes to choose from. Come along and enjoy the new alfresco dining area.
FRIDAY TWILIGHT BOWLING
Starting this Friday 20th January at 6.00pm (5.45pm arrive). Mike O’Mara will be running social twilight popstick drawn pairs. Cost is $5.00. Cash prizes. Great fun in a casual environment. Stay on for dinner after bowling.
Please make yourselves familiar with our Partners. They are promoted around the bowling greens and croquet courts and on our TV screen. They make a significant contribution to our Club and we should give them the opportunity to win our business.
This week we wish to acknowledge some of our Partners in Bendigo Bank, WA Country Builders, Professionals Real Estate, Trevor’s Carpets, William Barrett & Sons and Karri Asset Advisors
Thursday January 26th. John McArthy and Bill Pearce were the winners on Australia Day with Ralph Don and Henk de Boer coming in as runners-up. The consolation prize went to Brian Marwick and Martin Osbourne whilst the MB award went to Don Henderson and Wendell Hoover.
Men’s Thursday Social Bowls Message from the Captain.
– PHONING IN LATE –
All players are reminded that they must be present and have paid their green fees no later than 12.30pm on Thursdays. A concession had been made for those bowlers who work or are caught up in a specific one-off emergency to be able to phone in and indicate that they will be late.
This is NOT to be interpreted as permission to just role up late because you prefer not to have to wait!!!
Peter and I have our time cut out trying to get 40 plus bowlers out playing within the 15 minutes we have from 12.30pm -12.45pm. During this period we don’t want to be still taking green fees. During this time we need to know specific numbers in order to define the grouping of the day’s play eg, Pairs, Triples etc.
So please don’t phone in late unless you have a very legitimate reason for doing so.
Your cooperation is essential bowlers. Please help us to provide you with an enjoyable afternoon’s bowling.
Bootleg Brewery Men’s Championship Pairs.
Denise Mott described the morning’s session as “some of the best bowling ever”. Last year’s champs of Kelly Allsop and Edmund Hoemberg were sent into the plate by Prentice/Winter. Others sent into the plate were the Davies/Henderson team (Brown/Oddy), deBoer/South (Benn/Reynolds), Barnett/Fischer (Hitsert/Don), Winchcombe/Pearce (Gibb/Sharpe), Holyoak/Robinson (Finney/Queckfeldt), Thomas/Cunneen (Williams/Osborne) and Frost/Mott (Kelly/Creagh).
Second round winners : Brown/Oddy (def Kelly/Creagh), Benn/Reynolds (Hitsert/Don), Gibb/Sharpe (Finney/Queckfeldt) and Williams/Osborne (Prentice/Winter).
The third round saw the Gibb/Sharpe combination dispatch Williams/Osborne very quickly and look as if they could be the favourites going into the final. It must be noted that Martin Osborne is a novice and shows great understanding of the game and played some terrific bowls. He is noted as the player of the day. Another novice in Mick Finney (I want to say “Albert”) playing with Hans Queckfeldt did extremely well. Congratulations to both of these new players.
The shot of the day must go to Mike Brown. He and Geoff Oddy played off against Geoff Benn and Tom Reynolds in a game that was intense all the way. On entering the last end Brown was up by one shot but had the last bowl and found himself down by two. His drive took the jack out cleanly to the ditch and he gained two shots.
PLEASE NOTE : The final for both the Championship and the Plate has been postponed to FRIDAY FEBRUARY 10TH with a 3.30 for 4pm start.
This is one day before the Super Six starts and two days before Hadleys Fours. Come one and come all to see what has promised to be a great championship final between two teams. Gibb/Sharpe versus Brown/Oddy.
GOOD LUCK to Edmund Hoemberg for this weekend as he is our representative in the IZRR.
HADLEY’S OPEN MEN’S FOURS
More teams are required for this event. You all know that we need to support a sponsored event or risk losing that sponsor. Nominate your team now. The event is played on February 12th and nominations close on Thursday Feb 9th. This is a great event, you do not want to miss out. Come and have some fun with your friends.
COACHING CLINIC THURSDAY FEBRUARY 16TH.
Wayne Coyle has accepted our invitation to him to hold a coaching clinic on Feb 16th. It will be for one hour and starts at 11am. The new novices are encouraged to attend but the clinic is also open to everyone and anyone who would like some tips, advice, freshen up and just take part. This is open to all bowlers, male and female. Many thanks to Wayne for his time and skill.
LADIES PENNANTS PLAYED AT AUGUSTA JAN 24TH
Oh dear, we’ve slipped even further!!
DUNSBOROUGH: J.Kelly, H.Reynolds, Peg Howley and May Armstrong 1- 1/2 points played Margaret River, 4- 1/2 points
DUNSBOROUGH BLUE:- Sue Chester Sharon Sharp Jill Winter, Kate Speedy 2 points played M/R gold 4 points.
DUNSBOROUGH WHITE:- Maureen Hines, Daisy Grist, Jem Coupar Janice Hoover 1/2 a point played Augusta gold, 5- 1/2 points.
FINAL ROUNDS CHAMPIONSHIP PAIRS JAN 25TH
Jean Kelly and Gail Barry d M. Armstrong & J. Coupar 12-14. P.Howley & Erica Littlefair d Sharon Sharp & S.Chester 16-9
W.Collins & D,Grist d J.Hoover & Helen Reynolds 18 –13.
Sharon Sharp & S.Chester d M.Armstrong & J.Coupar 16-6 M.Hines 7 M. Holmes d E. Littlefair & P.Howley 18-6
H.Reynolds & J. Hoover d J.Kelly & G. Barry 15- 8
These games together with last weeks games resulted in a very close contest between Merle Holmes & Maureen Hines, and Sue Chester and Sharon Sharp.
Both teams had 9 points, both were 15 up and the result had to be decided on ends won.
This saw Sue Chester & Sharon Sharp winning, with 27 ends won, against runners up Merle Holmes & M. Hines with 26 ends won.
Wednesday 1st Feb is Ladies Social Bowls.
We extend a welcome to all visitors who would care to join us in a game of golf Croquet, Friday evenings 5 pm for a 5.15 start, finish by 6.30 in time to enjoy a meal at the club
Equipment available cost $6.00.
Trail Care Day at Dunsborough Country Club Sunday Feb 5th.
Help us get our trails ready for 2 MTB events in March………
they need a tidy up and some pruning.
Meet at the sea container 8.30 am for an hour or two. We hope to have some new toys to play with. If you are late, find us on the trails and join in.
BYO rake, gloves, pruners etc, and mountain bike for a social ride afterwards.
See you there,
FRIDAY NIGHT DINNER
Friday night meals are available between 6.00 pm & 7.00 pm.
Friday Night Menu
3rd February 2017
Fish & chips with tartare sauce & summer salad
Orange chicken curry with savoury rice & crispy pappadum
Beef, mushroom & mozzarella schnitzel with chips & salad.
Potato gnocchi with feta & pumpkin in a creamy white wine & parmesan sauce.
Chocolate Mousse tart with cappuccino biscotti
Cost for two courses
$25 per person
Please advise of any dietary requirements prior to Friday.
To book your table Click Here
Friday Night Jackpot
The Jackpot Draw on Friday night was not won. This Friday nights jackpot will be $1000. Members must be financial and present to claim. The Jackpot is drawn between 5.30pm and 6.30pm in the Clubroom bar.