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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
December [ Friday + Saturday a la carte ]
vegetarian nachos (v, gf) $19
tomato + bean salsa, shredded cheese, sour cream, guacamole + jalapenos
add grilled chicken ($6 extra)
classic caesar salad (v, gfo) $19
cos lettuce, candied bacon, brioche croutons, anchovies, parmesan + caesar dressing
add grilled chicken ($6 extra)
add cured salmon ($8 extra)
vietnamese chicken salad (gf) $23
poached chicken breast, asian coleslaw, roasted peanuts +
nuoc cham dressing
curry of the day $24
please see specials board
penne arrabiata $25
chorizo, olives, spinach, chilli, garlic, parmesan + a rich tomato sauce
fish of the day $29
please see specials board
200g scotch fillet (gf) $32
pepper encrusted, rosemary roasted potatoes, garden salad + bearnaise sauce
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 ]
spaghetti + meatballs $9
fish + chips $9
kids vanilla ice cream $3
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100 CLUB DRAW RESULTS
DRAW 7 – 1/12/17
1st prize $300 was won by ticket No. 81- (Mark Embry)
2nd prize$200 was won by ticket No. 98- (Syndicate)
GOOD LUCK to everyone for the next draw which is on this Friday
the 8th of December at 6pm.
FINAL DRAW WILL BE HELD ON FRIDAY 15th OF DECEMBER
Come along and see who wins the
1st prize of $700, 2nd prize of $200 and 3rd prize of $100
IT COULD BE YOU IF YOU BOUGHT A TICKET!!!!
TWILIGHT CROQUET EVERY FRIDAY
5:00pm – 6:30pm
(Arrive 5:00pm for 5:15 start)
Everyone Welcome – $7 all players
Please wear flat enclosed shoes- the balls are hard!
Come and join us for the FUN GAME of Golf Croquet
Equipment and instruction provided
Any questions contact Raelene Willis: 0417661345
On Friday 24th November Mick Finney, Kevin Gibb, Geoff Oddy, and Geoff Benn won the Bootleg Brewery Championship Fours, beating Rob Prentice’s team in the finals. At one stage Geoff Benn’s team was 10-1 ahead but the final score was a closer 23-18. Congratulations to three stalwarts of the club and especially to the new bowler Mick Finney
On Monday 27th November Mike O’Mara joined the five new bowlers pictured above, the six of them taking part in the final rounds of the Novices’Round Robin. As in the earlier rounds most of the games resulted in nailbiting finishes, including the final in which Toby McCarthy (centre) beat Mick Finney 21-19. All of the bowlers enjoyed the fierce competition and expressed thanks to their mentor, Wayne Coyle, for the coaching they had received.
On rink 1 Norm Gage proved poor opposition for Rob Prentice who won the final of the club Veterans 21-7. This was Rob’s second success in this event.
Tuesday 28th November
In the SWBL our first team were at home to Bunbury and Geoff Benn’s and Gary Davies’ teams both won, the side winning by 41-33 so that Dunsborough is well ahead of the other seven teams on the 2nd division ladder.
Our second midweek side were at home to Busselton and both teams, led by Rob Prentice and Graeme Winter also won their games gaining the four points by 48-24. However Dunsborough’s position in the 3rd division remains unchanged, being sixth of the eight teams.
Thursday 29th November
32 players turned up for Peter Cracknell’s peg-draw on a fine day. The meat was won easily by Kevin Gibb, ably supported by Ken Littlefair with two wins +25. Johnny Cunneen, Rob Prentice and a new bowler, Adrian Porter, went home with a chocolate.
Friday, 2nd December
Just nine players turned up for social bowls in the evening run by Butch and Sharon Sharpe. A good time was shared by all but it would be encouraging to see more participation in this fun event.
Saturday, 3rd December
There was a home derby between Dunsborough Red and Dunsborough Blue, Dunsborough Blue retaining their position at the top of the Leeuwin League ladder when Gary Davies’ and Mike Brown’s teams beat Graeme Winter’s and Brian Buttsworth’s teams. Dunsborough Blue’s four points sees them almost a game ahead of Cowaranup Gold in second place on the ladder.
Dunsborough White were away to Margaret River Green and lost the four point aggregate 55-27. Bill Hitsert’s team suffered a heavy defeat, but Ian Creagh’s rink were only three shots short at the end of the day. Dunsborough White are sixth on the 12-side ladder.
Dunsborough Gold lost to Cowaranup Gold at Cowtown by 46-25. Both Wendell Hoover’s and Don Henderson’s teams came second, placing Dunsborough Gold in 10th place on the ladder.
APOLOGIES – Photos will be in next week’s newsletter
PENNANTS AT AUGUSTA NOV 28TH
Dunsborough White:- Gail Barry, Sue Chester, Jill Winter, May Armstrong played
Margaret River Green. Dunsborough 6 points M.R. 0
Dunsborough Blue:- Maureen Hines, Jean Kelly, Jem Coupar and Janice Hoover played
Cowaramup. Dunsborough 4, Cowaramup 2.
Winners were Maureen Hines, Daisy Grist, Sue Chester and Sharon Sharpe.
SOCIAL BOWLS 29TH NOV.
Ladies enjoyed three games of squash, eight ends to a game, and competitors had to
win the mat to score.
The three top scorers were Maureen Hines, Megan Black and Sue Chester, who played
off in a four end final. Winner was Maureen Hines with 2 points.
VETERANS CHAMPIONSHIP will be played 6th Dec.
There will be social bowls for those who are not veterans.
Mens Golf Newsletter 5 December 2017
Last Saturday was the first of our new Summer Season 14 Holes Hit Off 1.00 pm. Program which attracted a good field of players keen to win this opening round fixture.
Winner of Round One was Barry Jackson with a good score of 36 points. Runner up was Paul Smith with 33 points.
Playing Holes 220.127.116.11.9 then 10 to 18 all players were on the move promptly and kept in touch with one another as they moved around the course.
Other Scores :- Ron Carmody 33- Arnold Bosenberg 30-Mal Williuamson 29-Jim Parry 28 –Peter Jordan 28-Mike King 28 –Barry Guest 27 –Laurie Richards 25-Doug Gilchrist 24 –John Crute 23- Gary Boterhoven 21.
The social aftergame session was great and thanks to Paul Smith for a special afternoon tea treat from the DDCC Town Kitchen .
This is a something we can follow up as a group in the future !!
Other ideas for the Summer Season include Ambrose – 4 BBB – Stroke –Par – STBD etc to spread the enthusiasm of the game with draws for partners etc.
It’s all good fun golf ,played in the spirit of the game and is open to visitors , friends and mates so spread the word and bring them along.
We will alternate the 14 Holes played each week so players will experience the full course by playing Wednesday and Saturday.
This will keep you in touch with the course.
Congrats to Doug MacPherson on being Runner Up at Vets in Bunbury on Monday 4 December being Runner Up with a score of 41 from a strong field of 132 players.
Good Golfing !
Looking forward to seeing you on a Wednesday or Saturday arvo.
Ron Carmody – Captain
Back row Jim Davies,John Stewart,Guido Ghedina,Tony Crolla(Vice Captain)and David Murrish Front row Ray Hurst,Terry Hodges and Brian Walker(captain)
THE DAVID WHITTAKER MEMORIAL CUP
Members of Tuesday’s tennis team played the first leg of The David Whittaker Memorial Cup against Busselton in at Busselton and unfortunately lost 9 sets to 7sets.
The team had a slow start on the grass courts and were 4 sets down after the first round.They recovered in the second round to be only 5 to 3 down but unfortunately our number 1 player was injured in the third round and was unable to play in the last round.Only down by 2 sets the team is confident it can make up ground and win the cup when the return match is played at our home courts early February
The 2017 Ironman & 70.3 Event was held in hot conditions over a course in the Busselton area on Sunday 3 December. Our coach, Paige Newhill, and a large group of her junior players and supporters worked as volunteers for this event. This is a highly organised event with international and local athletes competing in this challenging course. This event is also a fundraising opportunity for the Tennis Section and I was fortunate to be working a shift with Paige at this event. Thanks Paige for your organisation, your catering, plugging the gaps wherever required and the effort of organising all of your helpers.
As you may have heard, the swim leg of the event was cancelled due to a shark sighting in the area, but did not deter the enthusiasm of the competitors.
I would encourage anyone to volunteer next year – it’s a real treat to see these amazing competitors.
Friday Night Jackpot
The Jackpot Draw was not won on Friday. The Jackpot is drawn between 5.30pm and 6.30pm in the Clubroom bar.
This week’s Jackpot is $200