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Happenings Around The Club
Commencing on Friday the Members Jackpot will be drawn at a random time between 5.30pm and 6.30pm.
The random time will be drawn from a hat. This will hopefully attract members to the Club earlier as the time will vary each week. See you at the Club on Friday.
FREE SKIN CANCER SCREENING
The Lions Club of Dunsborough As a joint project with
The Lions Cancer Institute Inc.
The team will conduct a Free Skin Cancer Screening at Naturaliste Community Centre
On Saturday 2nd December
From 9am to 3pm
If you are 20 years or older and can answer
‘YES’ to three (3) of the following you may be at risk.
- A family member who has had a malignant melanoma. (Mother, Brother, Sister or Grandparents)
- Five or more moles (not freckles) on your forearms.
- Previously had moles removed that were not cancers
- Previously had skin cancer.
- A mole or freckle, which is changing, size, colour or shape
- Fair skin that always burns rather than tans
- Had blistering sunburn as a child enough to stay off school
- Any inflamed skin sores that do not heal
Please telephone 0408 090 334 or email for an appointment.
Contact: Alex Hamilton Email firstname.lastname@example.org
November [ Friday + Saturday a la carte ]
pumpkin + goat’s cheese tart $16
caramelised onion, pumpkin, thyme + goat’s cheese tart
with a greek salad (v)
salmon gravlax (cured) $19
cream cheese whip, fresh dill, crispy capers + crispy croutons (gfo)
vietnamese chicken salad $23
poached chicken breast, asian coleslaw, roasted peanuts +
nuoc cham dressing (gf)
salt + pepper squid $23
paw paw, beansprout + asian herb salad,
candied cashews+ an asian dipping sauce
curry of the day $24
please see specials board
250g MSA rump steak $27
roasted duck fat potatoes, steamed greens,
pumpkin puree + mushroom sauce (gfo)
fish of the day $28
please see specials board
fries + keens curry mayonnaise (v) $10
garden salad + lemon vinaigrette (v, gf) $10
vanilla bean panna cotta $9
macerated strawberries + honeycomb
mini pavlova $9
passionfruit curd, whipped cream + berry coulis
kids[ tomato sauce included ]
chicken + chips $9
fish + chips $9
kids vanilla ice cream $3
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100 CLUB DRAW RESULTS
DRAW 5 – 17/11/17
1st prize $300 was won by ticket No. 15 (Pat Manton)
2nd prize$200 was won by ticket No. 99 (Shelley & Barbie)
GOOD LUCK to everyone for the next draw which is on this Friday
the 17th of November at 6pm.
Our Dunsborough first-team was at home to Eaton and came away with 4 points winning 50-29 and taking them to the top of the 2nd division ladder, just half a point ahead of Busselton Red. Meanwhile, our second team played their home game against Collie at Capel and, with a draw on one rink, but loss of the aggregate by 32-40, came away the with just half a point, dropping them to 5th on the ladder of 8 teams in the 3rd division.
There was a good turnout for the peg-draw despite many players being away at the Augusta triples. Visitors, Richard Badans, and Ric Della Bosca, assisted our Wendell Hoover in winning the meat with 20 shots-up. Steve Kristensen, Ken Littlefair, and Brian Buttsworth took a Mars bar each.
Sixteen players turned up for mixed bowls in the evening and played for an hour or so before retiring for refreshments. There was only a smattering of non-regulars and we would encourage involvement of more social members in this event.
Dunsborough Blue have shot to the top of the Leeuwin League single division with 13 points, just ahead of Margaret River Green, a point behind. This, as a result of an overwhelming victory over Cowaranup Gold by 67 points to 26 on our new carpets. Nannup elected to play their home game at Dunsborough as their grass green is not yet ready. Dunsborough White overwhelmed them by 64 points to 18, placing them 6th on the ladder. Also at home, Dunsborough Gold sacrificed their 4 points to Augusta White by 25-51 and are now 10th on the ladder of the twelve teams involved. Dunsborough Red were away to Margaret River White, playing on their new synthetics and lost both games and the aggregate 28-38, placing them just ahead of Dunsborough White, in 5th place.
The final of the Professional Men’s Championship Fours takes place next Friday, 24 November at 3:15 PM when Geoff Benn four takes on Rob Prentice’s team.
KEN ROWELL MIXED FOURS
Many thanks to Rod and Janice French from Bayside Plumbing for their sponsorship of the event.
1st: Tim Sansom, Janice Hoover, Wendell Hoover and Gary Robinson
2nd: Rod Winchcombe, Mick Finney, Gail Barry and Sue Chester
3rd: Kelly Allsop, Kevin Gibb, Gaye Gibb and Lorraine Lewis.
PENNANTS TUES 14TH NOV.
Pennants were played at Cowaramup.
Dunsborough Blue, :- Maureen Hines, Jean Kelly, Jem Coupar and Janice Hoover
played Margaret River Green. Duns 4 1/2 points , Margaret River 1 1/2.
Dunsborough White:- Gail Barry, Sue Chester, Denise Mott, May Armstrong
played Margaret River Gold. Both teams scored 3 points.
Tuesday 21st Pennants will be played at Margaret River.
LADIES BOWLS WED 15TH NOV.
The first three rounds of the Championship Fours were played.
The final of this event will be played on Friday Nov 24th from 1.45p.m. on.
Come and watch the players in action.
Mens Golf Newsletter 21 November 2017
Last Wednesday saw a good field play an 18 Hole Stbd Competition .
Winner of the Event was Ken Littlefair with a score of 40 showing that his previous form to win with 46 was maintained.
Well played Ken.
Laurie Richards was a close second with a good score of 39.
Novelties were won by Barry Guest NTP No 10 and Geoff Musto sinking the longest putt on N0 18.
There was no set event for last Saturday but eight players played in the Vets Comp at Dunsborough Lakes on Monday.
Wednesday 22 November Stbd Noon Hit off
Saturday 25 November Noon Hit Off
Ron Carmody – Captain
Tennis Section continues to enjoy good numbers at Saturday Social Tennis (from 1.00 pm) including use of the newest courts, although the colour surfacing is not yet complete, but happening soon!
A Busy Bee will be held at the courts on Sunday 26 November @ 9.30 am to further tidy the area and continue work in the area. We welcome all who can come along and lend a hand, which helps make it social time rather than a chore!
Two reminders – Parents, please note your children are welcome to join in Saturday Social Tennis, however individual courts are not available for personal hit-ups during this time due to the numbers of players we need to accommodate.
Booking your court is essential. Booking at the Pay Station also provides evidence of court usage which assists the Club in the application of grants for upgrades and equipment. You are then also assured you are not over-riding a time already booked by another person or group.
We had a great turnout for our first summer series social rides, starting the 19th November, showcasing the dual slalom and the dirt jumps. A drink, bar snacks and dinner was enjoyed by many adults and kids after the ride. Kids also enjoyed playing bowls on the new turf.
Check out the link below, (from You Tube and search Global Mountain Bike Network) for some great jumping tips.
How To Jump On A Mountain Bike | MTB Skills
The slalom has some nice small jumps for beginner practice. Not recommended to start learning how to jump on the dirt jump area. Remember to always ride within your ability level.
However, we do recommend you check out the great skills demonstrated by the many kids jumping there anytime school is out!
See you on the next ride Sunday Dec 3rd.
The Cycle Club also has a Trail Care Day planned for Sunday Nov 26th. Meet at 8.45 at the sea container, or bring your bikes and find us on the trails. Come along and give our scruffy trails a make over!
Friday Night Jackpot
The Jackpot Draw was won on Friday by Wayne Coyle. The Jackpot will be $100 this week. Members must be financial for the 2017/18 membership year now and present to claim. The Jackpot is drawn between 5.30pm and 6.30pm in the Clubroom bar.