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Bruce’s Weekly Update 14th November 2017

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Hello Members, Sponsors & Patrons

Our Club Major Sponsors

             Trevors Carpets logo

Do not forget to support our Club Sponsors.

 

Happenings Around The Club 

 

I would like to introduce  all Dunsborough & Districts Country Club members to our clubs new management committee and the positions they now hold.

Rob Prentice:  Club President / Finance

Max Kewish:  1st Vice President / Croquet representative /HR

John Halden:  2nd Vice President / Bowls representative / Liquor license / Finance

Kaye McCormick:  Secretary / Sponsors

Mike Howes:  Club treasurer / Tennis representative / Book keeper

Ron Carmody:  Golf representative / Events

Brian Morris:  Sponsorship / Kitchen

Chris Parkinson:  Cycling representative

Jess Reynolds:  Cycling representative / Entertainment

Helen Rowell:  Membership / Entertainment

While not on the Management Committee it would be remiss of me not to also mention

Vicki Frost:  Membership

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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  dunslions@gmail.com

Re” LIONS SKIN CANCER SCREENING

I HAVE SOME SLOTS RESERVED FOR DUNSBOROUGH COUNTRY CLUB MEMBERS FROM 10.24 am TO 11.12 am (= 15 APPOINTMENTS) ON DATE SHOWN 3 PER 12 MINUTE SLOT.

CONTACT KAYE McCORMICK ON 9756 7410 FOR AN APPOINTMENT.

CONTACT ALEX HAMILTON ON NUMBER SHOWN IF ANOTHER TIME IS PREFERRED AND HE WILL TRY AND ACCOMMODATE YOUR REQUEST.

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Friday_Dinner

menu

November [ Friday + Saturday a la carte ]

duo of dips.  $16

housemade dips, turkish bread + marinated olives (v)

pumpkin + goats cheese tart. $17

caramelised onion, pumpkin, thyme, goats cheese tart with a greek salad (v)

lamb kofta meatballs. $18

tabouleh salad, capsicum puree + harissa mint yoghurt

salt + pepper squid. $20

asian salad, chilli + lime mayonnaise

chicken parmigiana. $22

housemade coleslaw + beer battered fries

curry of the day. $24

please see specials board

250g MSA rump steak. $24

roasted duck fat potatoes, brocolini + mushroom sauce (gfo)

sides

beer battered fries + keens curry mayonnaise$10
greek salad + lemon vinaigrette $10

dessert

sticky date pudding$8
butterscotch sauce + vanilla ice cream
mini pavlova$8
berry compote + whipped cream

kids

chicken + chips $10
fish + chips$10
[ both kids meals come with tomato sauce ]
*club members receive $3 off any main meal over $20
November [ Friday + Saturday a la carte ]
(v)

Email: manager@dunsboroughcountryclub.org.au

To book your table Click Here

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100 CLUB DRAW RESULTS
DRAW 4 – 10/11/17
1st prize $300 was won by ticket No. 59  – T Daucey
2nd prize$200 was won by ticket No. 7 – T & L Flugge
GOOD LUCK to everyone for the next draw which is on this Friday
the 17th of November at 6pm.

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BOWLS NEWS

 

MEN’S BOWLS

Thursday

44 bowlers turned up on a beautiful afternoon, when the Peter Cracknell’s peg-draw saw both the new carpets in use and indeed the christening of the “B” carpet. There were many positive comments from visiting bowlers on the trueness and good speed of both surfaces and Len Mazza from Busselton must have been the most impressed as, with Wendell Hoover’s able assistance, he took home the meat, with 20 shots-up on the day, just one shot ahead of Mike Osborne, Henk de Boer, and Wayne Coyle. A Perth visitor Bob Glendenning and Bill Pearce enjoyed some chocolate.

Saturday

 All four Leeuwin League teams played at home, with Dunsborough Red soundly beating Cowaranup Maroon to take four points. Brian Buttsworth’s team won 25-12, while Graeme Winter’s rink had a massive 34-12 win. Dunsborough Gold struggled against our first team, Dunsborough Blue, with Ed Hoemburg’s team defeating Don Henderson’s 38-10, and Wendell Hoover’s four losing by 36-7 to Dennis Frost’s team. Dunsborough White lost for the first time when Ian Creagh’s four were the only winners 29 shots to 19. On the other rink  Rob Prentice’s team lost 11-35. Presently, Dunsborough Red are second only to Cowaranup Gold on the ladder, with Dunsborough Blue in third place, Dunsborough White in sixth place and Dunsborough Gold lying tenth in the twelve-side competition.

 Monday

 There were nine entries to the Men’s Veteran’s competition which took the form of a first round Round Robin in two sections. In some amazingly close games only Rob Prentice and Mike Brown won both of their games on the day and so, at this stage, are favourites to reach the final.

Geoff Oddy and his buddies who organised last week’s Friday night social bowls now feel that it is clear that there are too many competing priorities for a team-based event to run over an extended period of time on a Friday night but intend that the format shall revert to the game of “squash” as it was played last winter. All bowlers, especially non-bowling members, are encouraged to turn up at 5.30 pm. promptly for a fun game finishing at about 6:45 pm. with drinks and a meal available in the clubhouse immediately afterwards.

LADIES BOWLS 

Ladies Pennants not played owing to Melbourne Cup.

SOCIAL BOWLS 8TH NOV.

26 ladies and 5 men took part in a fours competition.

Winning team with 2 wins + 16 were Daisy Grist, Jem Coupar, Chris Coyle and Marg Beacham.

Runners up with 2 wins + 5 were Pat Manton, John Halden, Pam Brown and Sue Chester.

Wednesday 15th will be the first round of the Ladies Fours Championship.

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MEN’S GOLF

Newsletter   Men’s Golf Section    14 November, 2017    

 (Ron Carmody –Capt)

 The Men’s Golf Section held their AGM on Wednesday 8 November ,2017.

 In the Report by Chairman Brian and Capt Ron Carmody the outgoing committee was thanked for  its  work during the year  and a new  Committee was voted in  for 2018.

This will be chaired by Brian Morris and Ron Carmody will continue the role of Captain .  The full Committee is posted on the Notice Board and we look forward to a good year ahead for 2018.

 A special vote of thanks and presentation was made to our DDCC Member of nearly twenty years , Ian Potts who is retiring and relocating to live in Perth. 

For the record,  Ian’ s role included:=

  • Chairman of Men’s Golf 2001  to 2004 then again from 2010 to 2012.
  • Sec/Treas from 2015 to 2017
  • Mixed Champion with Jill Winter 2002 and with Gay Growden – 2012
  • Winner B Grade 2016
  • DDCC President 2002 to 2005
  • Instrumental in DDCC Club WA Awards 2011 to 2016.

 We wish Ian & Joy an enjoyable future in their new location.

 Thanks was also accorded to Barry Jackson and  volunteers for  their efforts  in course maintenance over the year and to Mark Embry for his role as Vice Captain and  Vets Delegate .  

Club Champion for 2017  was Jim Holroyd  kindly sponsored  by  Jim Parry.  Barry Jackson  was Runner up.

Eclectic  Winner for 2017  was Barry Jackson  from Mal Williamson and Mark Embry.

 

     Greg Banfield and Ian Potts thanked by DDCC President, Rob Prentice  for their major contribution to the DDCC over many years.

Results   Wednesday    8  November,2017

 With a great round to score 46 points , Ken Littlefair  

was a runaway winner from a good field where Barry Guest came in as Runnerup  with a great score also of 40 points.

Not far behind were:- Barry Jackson 39-Paul Smith 38 -Ron Carmody  37- Laurie Richards, Doug Gilchrist and Jim Parry on 36, Mal Williamson 33, Doug Macpherson 29, John Crute 28. 

Paul also sunk the longest putt on No 18.

 Results Saturday   11 November

 Winner Ron Carmody with 37 points. Runner up –   Doug Gilchrist  36 pts on  a countback from  Barry Guest  36 and Gary Boterhoven 36 ,

Mal Williamson 34, John Crute 34, Laurie Richards 34, Peter Jordan 33, Doug Macpherson 32, Barry Jackson 29.

 Coming Events

 Wednesday    15 November     Scroungers    After AGM  

Saturday          18  November      Stbd                   12 noon 

 Talking of Championships, and history , the  Golf Section   has just been given the two original Trophy Mugs which were presented to inaugural Opening Day  Handicap Winners, Michael  O’Sullivan and  Keith Pescod in 1976.  They will be suitably mounted as a  memento .

 Many thanks  to the families.

 Good Golfing !

TENNIS NEWS

Tennis Section has been working hard to improve the courts and surrounds and another “Busy Bee” will be held on Sunday 26 November to continue the upgrade.

 Interim marking up of the newest courts – many thanks to Tony Henry, Rob Wilson, Grant Gladman and David Murrish.  With summer fast approaching, numbers will increase and while the newest courts are not complete, this will at least give us some more playing area.  Thank you also to Mike Howes for fitting the posts and net to the new court on Saturday, especially in the Saturday’s heat and as the post holes had to be modified to fit the posts.

 This weekend Songfest has had groups performing at a number of venues around Dunsborough and has drawn huge and very appreciative crowds.  The Tennis Section was operating the bar at the Family Centre and the Dunsborough Hall on Friday and Saturday nights.  Both venues proved to be very busy and could not have run as smoothly or successfully without our helpers.  Thank you to those who assisted me –  Brian Walker, Mike Howes, Greg Banfield and Jenny Clark. 

 Our Tennis Section Opening Day on Saturday 11 November proved a really successful event with perfectly hot! Weather.  Ye Old Devon Cowbell Tournament was also conducted on this day and the skilled player to have their name engraved on Ye Old Devon Cowbell was Tony (“the fence”) Henry.  Well done Tony! 

There were a number of other prizes awarded on the day and some of the recipients were Guido Ghedina, Jim Davies, Maree Jager, Sheona Robinson, Brian Walker, Barbara Troncone, Mike Howes, John McCallum.  Well done all and great to see so many enjoying their tennis.  The afternoon tennis was followed by après tennis in the Clubrooms and many stayed on to enjoy dinner at the Club. 

 Thank you helpers – most sincerely! 

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CROQUET NEWS

Congratulations  to the following David Bell Raelene Willis and Terry Herd pictured with the shield they recently won competing in the South West A.C. Pennants.

As this competition is played under West Australian Croquet Association rules it enables players with handicaps between 14 and 20 to compete with the opportunity to improve their handicaps, consequently this year David and Terry both reduced their handicaps by 2 points and Raelene  by 4. Well done to all.  Also thanks to emergency Max who competed in one game.

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Friday Night Jackpot

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The Jackpot Draw was not won on Friday.  The Jackpot will be $600 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.

Keep Smiling!

Bruce’s Weekly Update 7th November 2017

News Logo3

Hello Members, Sponsors & Patrons

Our Club Major Sponsors

             Trevors Carpets logo

Do not forget to support our Club Sponsors.

 

Happenings Around The Club 

 

Melbourne Cup

 

Around 80 people attended the Melbourne Cup at the Club.  It was a great atmosphere and a good time was had by all.  Thank you to all who came along and supported the Club.

Friday_Dinner

menu

November [ Friday + Saturday a la carte ]

duo of dips.  $16

housemade dips, turkish bread + marinated olives (v)

pumpkin + goats cheese tart. $17

caramelised onion, pumpkin, thyme, goats cheese tart with a greek salad (v)

lamb kofta meatballs. $18

tabouleh salad, capsicum puree + harissa mint yoghurt

salt + pepper squid. $20

asian salad, chilli + lime mayonnaise

chicken parmigiana. $22

housemade coleslaw + beer battered fries

curry of the day. $24

please see specials board

250g MSA rump steak. $24

roasted duck fat potatoes, brocolini + mushroom sauce (gfo)

sides

beer battered fries + keens curry mayonnaise$10
greek salad + lemon vinaigrette $10

dessert

sticky date pudding$8
butterscotch sauce + vanilla ice cream
mini pavlova$8
berry compote + whipped cream

kids

chicken + chips $10
fish + chips$10
[ both kids meals come with tomato sauce ]
*club members receive $3 off any main meal over $20
November [ Friday + Saturday a la carte ]
(v)

Email: manager@dunsboroughcountryclub.org.au

To book your table Click Here

Sunday Roast Lunch

Sunday roast lunch will now be available at the Club between 12 – 3.00pm

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100 CLUB DRAW RESULTS
DRAW 3 – 03/11/17
1st prize $300 was won by ticket No. 24 – Bruce & Leanne
2nd prize$200 was won by ticket No. 74 – Croquet number 1 Syndicate.
GOOD LUCK to everyone for the next draw which is on this Friday
the 10th of November at 6pm.

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Have you registered your team for Corporate Bowls?  If not please email wendell@hoover.net.au

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BOWLS NEWS

 

MEN’S BOWLS

Men’s Bowls Results

 The busiest week yet for Men’s bowlers as the weather warms up and the “B” green carpet nears completion.

Tuesday saw our first side play the third round in the 2nd division of the SWBL at Busselton against Busselton Black.

Ed Hoemberg’s team drew with our friend Roger Badans, 18-all, while Gary Davies’ rink won their game by three shots, 20-17.

This gave our first side 3.5 points to Busselton Black’s 0.5 points. Dunsborough is now third on the ladder behind Eaton and Brunswick.

Our second side was away, playing Eaton Blue, and came home with 3 of the 4 points when Rob Prentice’s team won 24-21, and Graeme Winter’s team went down by only 2 shots, 16-18. Dunsborough second team is also third on the ladder behind Capel and Busselton.

Thursday afternoon peg-draw was enjoyed by 37 competitors and the day was won by Brian Buttsworth, Rod Winchcombe, and Lindsay Blythe (Busselton), 16 points up, just 4 points more than Kevin Gibb and Rolf Groenaide (Busselton). Keith Rowell and Wally Dawson (Busselton) brought up the rear and took the chocolate.

Saturday saw our four sides take part in the second round of the only division of the Leeuwin League.

At home, Dunsborough Blue beat Margaret River White on both rinks, Ed Hoemberg’s team winning 25-18, and Dennis Frost’s team 21-11.

Also on our new carpet, Dunsborough Gold took only 1 of the 4 points on offer as the home team, playing Dunsborough White. Don Henderson’s team lost 19-26 to Rob Prentice’s rink, while Wendell Hoover’s team beat Ian Creagh’s on the last end, 23-22.

Playing away against Margaret River Gold was Dunsborough Red who did brilliantly to win both games on a strange surface, Brian Buttsworth’s team by 22-16, and Graeme Winter’s team by 21-13.

Dunsborough Red’s 4 points took them to third on the ladder behind Augusta Blue and Cowaranup Gold. Dunsborough White are presently fourth on the ladder, Dunsborough Blue are fifth and Dunsborough Gold are presently eighth of the twelve sides competing in the single division.

[more details on the noticeboard, each week ]

Sunday was a beautiful day for bowls and the first round of the Professionals Men’s Fours’ Championship. The Match Committee was delighted that the early entry of several self-chosen teams did not prevent eight teams competing which meant that each team in two divisions played three other teams on the day. At the end of some close fought games one team in each division won all three of their games so that Geoff Benn’s four will meet Rob Prentice’s team in a final to be held on 24 November, probably in the late afternoon.

Men are welcome to join ladies for social bowls on a Wednesday morning.

Corporate Bowls starts next Tuesday and Wednesday. Volunteer help still required.

CROQUET NEWS

Association Croquet  Doubles will be underway this Saturday, we will play two, two and a half hour games Saturday ,with the final game to be played later. Teams  as follows

No 1          Wendy Collins      and     David Morris

No 2.         Kate Speedy.         “.        Raelene Willis

No 3.         Helen South.          “.       David Bell

No 4.         Vaile Drake.            “.       Terry Hird

Best of luck to all.

 GOLF NEWS

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MEN’S GOLF

 

Newsletter   Men’s Golf Section    7 November, 2017    

 (Ron Carmody –Capt)

 It’s been a busy week with golf  with good fields on Wednesday and last Saturday.  With the course drying out a bit , some careful mowing  and the setting up of the summer water retic to tees ,the gourse is still looking good and playing well as the following results show.

 Results   Wednesday 

 From a field of 15  Keith Rowell came out Winner with a score of 37 points just pipping Barry Guest  being Runner Up with 36 points on a countback from  Paul Smith, also on 36. Well done fellas!

Other scores : Ron Carmody 35 –Barry Jackson 34 –Peter Jordan 34-

Tex Williamson 33- Ken Littlefair 32 – Doug Gilchrist 32-

Doug Macpherson 32- Jim Parry 31 –Mal Williamson 27- Chris Adams 24-

Geoff Musto  22. Mike King completed his third card and now has a playing handicap for the DDCC course.

 Results Saturday

 Winner         – Doug Macpherson with a great score of 43 points.

Runner up –   Doug Gilchrist 42  points 

Good scores and games by both players.

Other scores  :  Keith Rowell 38- Ron Carmody 38 –  Mal Williamson 37 –

Barry Jackson 34-Paul Smith 33- Peter Jordan 33-Mike King 33- Stephen Robertson 32 and  good to see Brian Morris on course scoring  21 pts  on a limited  round.

 Coming Events

 Wednesday    8  November     Scroungers    After AGM  

Saturday        11 November      Stbd                   12 noon 

 DDCC   Men’s Golf Section   AGM    Wednesday  8th November     10.00  am

Check your email  from Ian Potts.

 Your ideas , support and input for this meeting are important. See you there.

 Good Golfing !

 Ron Carmody  .  

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CYCLE NEWS

Your Country Club Cycle membership fees and the casual trail fees are currently being put to great use refurbishing ‘Firey’s Descent’,  an existing section of downhill track in the DDCC trail network.  We will be having a grand ‘opening’ of the the trail on the 3rd December, which will also be an opportunity to ride the newly refurbished section along with other trails in the area.  

 Don’t forget that the Cycle Club has a team in the Tuesday night Corporate Bowls at DDCC, starting from next week the 14th November.  If you are keen to play, and or ride first, please contact us via the Facebook page or email us at membership@dunsboroughcycleclub.com.au.

 Finally, on the 19th November we are organising the first of a series of social rides; this one showcasing the dual slalom and the dirt jumps.  From 3pm we will be putting the slalom trails through their paces and, after bragging rights have been decided, around 4pm attention will focus on the fabulous new jumps and skills area and the endless possibilities of fun to be had there!  We hope to end the afternoon with a drink and a chat at the Country Club bar, so come along for a family friendly afternoon of downright dirty fun!

 Check out the Facebook page or pop into The Bike Shed for further info,  and please let us know if you plan to come along to this, or any of our future planned events!  

 Cheers, 

 Jess 

 

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Friday Night Jackpot

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The Jackpot Draw was not won on Friday.  The Jackpot will be $500 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.

Keep Smiling!

Friday and Saturday Night Dinner November 2017

FRIDAY & SATURDAY NIGHT DINNER

Friday_Dinner

          The Friday & Saturday meal will be available between 5.00 pm & 8.00 pm.

Friday & Saturday Night Menu

November 2017

menu

November [ Friday + Saturday a la carte ]

duo of dips.  $16

housemade dips, turkish bread + marinated olives (v)

pumpkin + goats cheese tart. $17

caramelised onion, pumpkin, thyme, goats cheese tart with a greek salad (v)

lamb kofta meatballs. $18

tabouleh salad, capsicum puree + harissa mint yoghurt

salt + pepper squid. $20

asian salad, chilli + lime mayonnaise

chicken parmigiana. $22

housemade coleslaw + beer battered fries

curry of the day. $24

please see specials board

250g MSA rump steak. $24

roasted duck fat potatoes, brocolini + mushroom sauce (gfo)

sides

beer battered fries + keens curry mayonnaise$10
greek salad + lemon vinaigrette $10

dessert

sticky date pudding$8
butterscotch sauce + vanilla ice cream
mini pavlova$8
berry compote + whipped cream

kids

chicken + chips $10
fish + chips$10
[ both kids meals come with tomato sauce ]
*club members receive $3 off any main meal over $20
November [ Friday + Saturday a la carte ]
(v)

Email: manager@dunsboroughcountryclub.org.au

To book your table Click Here

Sunday Roast Lunch

Sunday roast lunch will now be available at the Club between 12 – 3.00pm

Email: manager@dunsboroughcountryclub.org.au

To book your table Click Here

Bruce’s Weekly Update 31st October 2017

News Logo3

Hello Members, Sponsors & Patrons

Our Club Major Sponsors

             Trevors Carpets logo

Do not forget to support our Club Sponsors.

 

Happenings Around The Club 

 

Melbourne Cup

 

Come along to the Dunsborough Country Club next Tuesday to enjoy the Melbourne Cup.  There will be sweep tickets and mystery bets available.  The kitchen will be open from 11am.  The menu is attached below

 

Friday_Dinner

menu

November [ Friday + Saturday a la carte ]

duo of dips.  $16

housemade dips, turkish bread + marinated olives (v)

pumpkin + goats cheese tart. $17

caramelised onion, pumpkin, thyme, goats cheese tart with a greek salad (v)

lamb kofta meatballs. $18

tabouleh salad, capsicum puree + harissa mint yoghurt

salt + pepper squid. $20

asian salad, chilli + lime mayonnaise

chicken parmigiana. $22

housemade coleslaw + beer battered fries

curry of the day. $24

please see specials board

250g MSA rump steak. $24

roasted duck fat potatoes, brocolini + mushroom sauce (gfo)

sides

beer battered fries + keens curry mayonnaise$10
greek salad + lemon vinaigrette $10

dessert

sticky date pudding$8
butterscotch sauce + vanilla ice cream
mini pavlova$8
berry compote + whipped cream

kids

chicken + chips $10
fish + chips$10
[ both kids meals come with tomato sauce ]
*club members receive $3 off any main meal over $20
November [ Friday + Saturday a la carte ]
(v)

Email: manager@dunsboroughcountryclub.org.au

To book your table Click Here

Sunday Roast Lunch

Sunday roast lunch will now be available at the Club between 12 – 3.00pm

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100 CLUB DRAW RESULTS
DRAW 1 – 20/10/17
1st prize $300 was won by ticket No. 15 -Pat Manton
2nd prize$200 was won by ticket No. 97 -which was a syndicate of
9 people.
DRAW 2 – 27/10/17
1st prize $300 was won by ticket No. 27 -June Case
2nd prize$200 was won by ticket No. 13 – Sharon Batchelor
GOOD LUCK to everyone for the next draw which is on this Friday
the 3rd of November at 6pm.

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Have you registered your team for Corporate Bowls?  If not please email wendell@hoover.net.au

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BOWLS NEWS

 

MEN’S BOWLS

 

 

Tuesday SWBL

Our 2nd Division side played their second ‘home’ game against Binningup at Capel and came away victorious gaining three of the four points on offer.

Mike Brown’s team lost narrowly, 18-22, while Ed Hoemberg’s four won by a large margin, 26-6.

Our second side, playing in the 3rd Division, christened the new ‘A’ green carpet handsomely by taking all four points.

Ian Creagh’s team won 21-13, while Rob Prentice’s team won 29-14.

Thursday Peg-Draw

Twelve men braved the elements to try out the new carpet. Bill Pearce and Butch Sharpe won the day, from Hans Queckfeldt and Geoff Oddy, while the chocolate remained safely behind the bar this week.

Saturday Leeuwin League

The Leeuwin League season kicked off with a home derby on a windy day with minor rain interruption. However 21-ends were completed on all four rinks. The selectors, especially, were pleased with the outcome, as Dunsborough White beat Dunsborough Blue by just one point on aggregate, 36-35, while Dunsborough Red tied with Dunsborough Gold on the other two rinks, 36-36.

In the first game, Ian Creagh’s team beat Ed Hoemberg’s 20-13, while Rob Prentice’s team lost to Mike Brown’s four, 16-22.

In a second game, Clive Williams’s team lost to Don Henderson’s team, 16-19, while Graeme Winter’s side beat Wendell Hoover’s side, 20-17.

Reserves for any league fixtures are encouraged to turn up on the day, have a roll-up, and support our teams. It was good to see Brian Logan doing just that last Saturday.

LADIES BOWLS

 

 

PENNANTS.

Dunsborough ladies hosted pennants on 24th Oct. playing on the new carpet on A green.

Dunsborough Blue:- Maureen Hines, Jem Coupar, Judy Henderson and Janice Hoover played

Dunsborough White:- Gail Barry Sue Chester, Denise Mott and May Armstrong.

Both teams won a pairs match but Blue won the aggregate.

The result of the fours was a draw. This gave Blue 3 points and White 2 points.

Tues 31st pennants will be played at Augusta.

 

LADIES TWO DAY BOWLING CARNIVAL

 The Ladies Bowls section were host to ninety six players when they held their annual Two Day Carnival on Thursday 26th and Friday 27th October.

The Sponsors for the Carnival were Judy & Don Henderson, Cape Care, & Dunsborough Veterinary Hospital.

Bowlers from 11 different Clubs from the Metropolitan area and the South West bravely faced up to the appalling weather conditions on Thursday. They were only able to complete two games of Foursomes, with the Pairs competition having to be cancelled.

Fortunately, the weather conditions improved on Friday, and all scheduled competitions were able to be completed.

Waiting on the sidelines were the team replacing B Green with new carpet surface, and much to the amusement of our visitors, within moments of the last competitor finishing their game, this was the last we saw of our old B green as it was whisked off to its new home.

However, the gourmet meals provided by our wonderful volunteers under the supervision of Pam Brown during the two days, helped to make up for the dreadful weather conditions, and we were delighted to have a team from Eaton, who after seeing the menu for the “Friday Night Dinner” decided to stay on a bit longer and enjoy that as well.

Stephen Carmody from Cape Care, although unable to be present for the prize giving due to prior commitments, gave a very informative talk to our visitors and Club members regarding the services provided by Cape Care, and also an update as to the commencement of the proposed Care Facilities due to be built in Dunsborough.

Judy & Don Henderson presented the prizes to the following winners:

First PrizeAugusta     The only team winning all 4 games for 12 points.

Wendy Wilson, Patricia Campbell, Mem Evans, & Helen Reid (Skip)

Second & Third positions were decided by a countback as eight teams finished with 9 points

Second:  with 9 Points + 34

Leeming; Sue Syme, Karyn Mears, Pam Webber & Sue Neill (Skip)

Third: with 9 Points + 31

Also Leeming: Lynley Rennick,

Lesley Dewar, Pam Strongman,

& Lucy Tinley (Skip)

The Capel Team of

Pam Vickers, Marg Smythe, Shirley Hickey &Beryl Payne were delighted to have had a win of 8 on one end to win a special award,

and the Eaton Team were also presented with a prize for being the first team to enter for this year’s Carnival.

A huge thank you to everyone who helped make this

Carnival such a success

 

 GOLF NEWS

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MEN’S GOLF

Newsletter   Men’s Golf Section    31 October, 2017    

 (Ron Carmody –Capt)

 As there was no scheduled game for last Saturday  there are no results.

 Coming Events

 Wednesday    1  November     Scroungers    12 noon Hit off

Saturday          4 November      Stbd                   12 noon 

 DDCC   Men’s Golf Section   AGM    Wednesday  8th November     10.00  am

Check your email  from Ian Potts.

 Your ideas , support and input for this meeting are important. See you there.

 Today’s Golf  Comment.

 There is one essential only in the golf swing.

The ball must be hit!

 Good Golfing !

 Ron Carmody  .                                     

 

 

 

 

 

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CYCLE NEWS

Lots of exciting plans being made by the Cycle Club and DDCC for the future!

Watch this space for updates of trails refurbishment and social ride details.

 Hot news this week is that the Cycle Club has entered a Bowls Team for the Corporate Bowling Tournament starting on Tuesday 14th Nov.

We are looking for Cycle members to come and play in our team.  The term runs for 6 weeks.  4 players are needed each Tuesday but no commitment required.  Contact the Cycle Club and let them know if you are keen and when you are available and we’ll put a team together each week.  The cost is $7 per player and that includes a beer and a sausage sizzle!  

 For those that are interested there will be a social ride from the Country Club at 5pm prior to bowls, all welcome…. and on that note, make sure you take advantage of the HOT showers after your ride!  The perfect way to dust off before hitting those Bowling Greens!! 

Event news: This weekend Augusta is being taken over by Adventure Racers who are going to paddle, run, swim and Mtb around the rugged landscape as part of the Act Belong Commit Augusta Adventure Race.  Good luck to all those members racing and we look forward to hearing all about it over a beer in the club soon!!

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TENNIS NEWS

 

The Dunsborough Bay Yacht Club members effectively used the old green synthetic grass surface as a stable pathway from their Club house to the beach and their fleet of yachts.  A great example of one local sporting group helping another.

It is the Tennis Section’s Open Day & ‘Ol Cow Bell Challenge on Saturday 11th November.

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Friday Night Jackpot

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The Jackpot Draw was not won on Friday.  The Jackpot will be $400 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.

Keep Smiling!

Friday Night Dinner 27th October 2017

FRIDAY & SATURDAY NIGHT DINNER

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          The Friday night meal will be available between 5.00 pm & 8.00 pm.

Friday & Saturday Night Menu

27th & 28th October 2017

menu

sun dried tomato, pea smoked mozzarella arancini balls With basil pesto  (v)     $14

pork belly bites with smoky bbq sauce (gf)  $16

caramelised onion, thyme, olive + goats cheese tart with a greek salad (v)  $19

salt + pepper squid, asian salad, chilli +lime mayonnaise  $20

thai green chicken curry + rice, with a paw paw, bean shoot + peanut salad (gf)  $24

salmon spaghetti, capers, red onion, dill, spinach + a white wine cream sauce  $25

dessert

sticky date pudding with butterscotch sauce, vanilla ice cream and double cream  $8

   

Email: manager@dunsboroughcountryclub.org.au

To book your table Click Here

Bruce’s Weekly Update 24th October 2017

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Hello Members, Sponsors & Patrons

Our Club Major Sponsors

             Trevors Carpets logo

Do not forget to support our Club Sponsors.

 

Happenings Around The Club 

 

Melbourne Cup

The Club will be having the Casual Cup again this year.  Bar snacks and burgers will be available through the day.  A menu will be available next Tuesday.

Friday_Dinner

menu

Friday & Saturday 27th & 28th October

  sun dried tomato, pea smoked mozzarella arancini balls With basil pesto  (v)     $14

pork belly bites with smoky bbq sauce (gf)  $16

caramelised onion, thyme, olive + goats cheese tart with a greek salad (v)  $19

salt + pepper squid, asian salad, chilli +lime mayonnaise  $20

thai green chicken curry + rice, with a paw paw, bean shoot + peanut salad (gf)  $24

salmon spaghetti, capers, red onion, dill, spinach + a white wine cream sauce  $25

dessert

sticky date pudding with butterscotch sauce, vanilla ice cream and double cream  $8

Email: manager@dunsboroughcountryclub.org.au

To book your table Click Here

Sunday Roast Lunch

Sunday roast lunch will now be available at the Club between 12 – 3.00pm

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Thank you to the ladies who gave up their time to help clean the white chairs in the main area of the Dunsborough Country Club- they look fabulously clean- ‘Many hands do make light work!!
Thanks Karen, Terry, Marlene, Helen, Lorraine, Jean and Jem.
Also a thank you to all those ladies who responded to email request of help to clean the chairs- it is wonderful that our micro community at the Club are so forthcoming with help when requested.
A Special Thank You to our nonagenarian ‘Jean Mac’ who thought cleaning chairs was a little difficult so instead kindly provided homemade pikelets and choccy chip bikkies for our hard workers. How great was that!!!
Many Thanks
Vicki Frost

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100 CLUB DRAWS
Thank you to everyone who has an invested interest in the 2017
100 Club. All 100 tickets were purchased. Thanks to all who bought
tickets-much appreciated by the Golf section.
The first draw took place on Friday 20th of October and the
1st prize of $300 was won by ticket No. 15 -Pat Manton
2nd prize of $200 was won by ticket No. 97 -which was a syndicate
of 9 people.
GOOD LUCK to everyone for the next draw which is on this Friday
the 27th of October at 6pm.

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Have you registered your team for Corporate Bowls?  If not please email wendell@hoover.net.au

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BOWLS NEWS

 

MEN’S BOWLS

Mid-week Pennants

In our first venture back into the South-West League success was not the order of the day.

Playing a 2nd. Division game against Harvey at Capel (our home ground for the day) Gary Davies’ team was the only one to come away with a point, winning 18-15, while Ed Hoemberg’s team lost 20-25.

Our 3rd. Division side, with teams skippered by Tom Reynolds and Rob Prentice, lost by close margins on both rinks at Bunbury.

 Thursday Peg-draw

Ken Holyoake partnered Wally Dawson of Busselton to win the day with a devastating + 27 from the two wins.

The Mars bar went to Brian Buttsworth and Jimmy Walker.

Club Triples Championship

There was excellent club-verandah support for the Friday afternoon finals.

Geoff Oddy, Tim Sansom and Ed Hoemberg triumphed in this year’s Triples Competition.

Ralph Don, Rod Winchcombe, and Mike Brown took the Plate in a closely fought contest.

Hadley’s Men’s Fours

Rod Winchcombe skilfully extended the new “A” carpet to fit 8 rinks so that 64 players were able to enjoy a day of variable weather but enjoyable bowls by all participants. The first three prizes were taken by visiting clubs but Ed Hoemberg, Rob Prentice,Tim Sansom, and Andre Gil ensured our club was not forgotten on the day, winning fourth prize.

 

LADIES BOWLS

24 ladies played the first round of the consistency singles on October 18th.

Ladies played two games of 12 ends in 4’s, with the scoring being 4, 3, 2, 1.

Winner with a fabulous score of 92 was Helen Reynolds, while runner up was Denise Mott with 80.

The final round of the consistency singles will be played on 13th December.

PENNANTS

The first round of Pennants was played at Margaret River on 17th October in atrocious weather.

Dunsborough White:  Gail Barry, Sue Chester< Denise Mott and May Armstrong played Margaret River Green and scored 6 points, Margaret River 0.

Dunsborough Blue:  Maureen Hines, Helen Reynilds, Merle Holmes and Jem Coupar played Cowaramup and both teams had 3 points.

Round two of Pennants on 24th October will be held at Dunsborough.

 

 

CROQUET NEWS

Dunsborough continues to perform well in the South West A.C. Croquet Pennants, having won all three matches played, with one to go they are looking good.

Congratulations to Raelene Willis who was runner-up in her section at the Spring Tournament held at Moorabinda on the weekend. David Morris also competed in the A section however as he competed against some all Australian players it was competition of the highest level.

 

 GOLF NEWS

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MEN’S GOLF 

 Results

 Last Saturday’s Stbd   event saw a good  win for Doug Gilchrist  with 38 points.  Doug set the pace for the field in more ways than one and his fitness and technique came to the fore with his great win.

Runner up was Laurie Richards with 36 points . Being his first game on his new DDCC handicap , Laurie is showing that  he is already becoming aware of  his new  course .

Other scores were Barry Jackson 34,  Jim Parry 30, Mal Williamson 28,

and Mark Embry and Ron Carmody on 26. 

With the warmer weather the course is providing a little extra run so your choice of club for fairway shots is important as always.  

 Coming Events

Wednesday    25  October     Scroungers    12 noon Hit off

Saturday          28 October      Stbd                   12 noon 

                            (As several players  are playing in the Augusta Open on this 

                        date there will be a small field at DDCC for anyone interested.)

The 100 Club  had its first draw last Friday night . Congrats on this first round win to Pat Manton and  a runnerup syndicate ticket group. 

There’s  more to come over the next few weeks. 

Thanks to all for your support. 

DDCC   Men’s Golf Section   AGM    Wednesday  8th November     10.00  am

Check your email  from Ian Potts.

Today’s Golf  Comment.

A good  golf course is like good music or good anything else. It is not necessarily a course which appeals the first time one plays it but one which grows on the player the more frequently they visit it.   (Alister Mackenzie)

Good Golfing !

 Ron Carmody  .

  

LADIES GOLF

The Ladies Golf Season finished on Thursday. After  our A.G.M, we celebrated with a luncheon

catered by our very cabable ladies,and attended by our retired players.

This was followed by the Annual Trophy Presentation and skits put on by our highly skilled

actresses, May Armstrong, Helen Rowell, Joan Embry, Dot Carmody and Lorraine Lewis.

A special thanks to Helen Rowell for her very artistic table decorations and presenting

the inaugural Golden Buggy Awards.

ANNUAL TROPHY PRESENTATIONS

Championship Gross Winner              Jill Winter        Donated ,,,Debbie Bridges

“            Runner/up                   Pat Manton      Donated….Estelle and Lindsay Perry

Championship Nett Winner                Gay Growden Donated …Dunsborough Pharmacy

“             Runner/up                   Aileen Morris  Donated….Dunsborough Pharmacy

Championship Foursome Gross Winners……Gay Growden and Pat Manton

Donated…..Dunsborough Beauty Studio

Championship Foursome Nett Winners…….Joan Embry and June Case

Donated …Helen Rowell

International Bowl Silver Winner……Nancy William

International Bowl Bronze Winner…..Aileen Morris

Silver Spoon Winner……Pat Manton

Jubilee Foursome Winners…..Aviva Gordon and Lorraine Lewis……Donated,,”Helloworld”

Gross Eclectic Winner……Jill Winter………Donated …..Barry Jackson

Handicap Eclectic Winner…Gay Growden…..Donated Mary Vickery

Consistency Winner….Gay Growden……Donated  Dunsborough Mechanical Repairs.

Putting Competition Winner…….Gay Growden…..Donated Lola and Bill Jensen

Birdie Competition Winner….Jill Winter……Donated ……Aileen Morris.

Congratulations to all the Winners and thank you to all the Sponsors.

 

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TENNIS NEWS

Tennis Members enjoyed organised social play on the new blue synthetic courts on Saturday with many comments suggesting the surface was like a living room carpet.  The synthetic surface is certainly kind to the body and the colour means the ball is more visible, it’s just a matter of adjusting to the different bounce. 

To ensure the integrity of the courts and protect our asset it is planned to lock the courts, initially the new courts, and once the hard courts are re-surfaced in the New Year all courts will be locked.  A common key is planned and will be supplied to those who require one.  There will also be a key available at the Clubhouse.

On Tuesday 7 November, following the running of The Melbourne Cup, there will be organised social tennis from 1.30 pm – 4.00 pm. 

Saturday 11 November is the Tennis Section’s Opening Day for 2017-18 which is planned to be an afternoon of fun, especially with the inclusion of Greg Banfield’s traditional “Old Cow Bell Tournament” on this afternoon and the chance to have your name inscribed for posterity.

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Friday Night Jackpot

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The Jackpot Draw was not won on Friday.  The Jackpot will be $300 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.

Keep Smiling!

Friday Night and Weekend Menu 20th October 2017

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menu
Friday 20th + Saturday 21st October
entrée
coconut crumbed prawns (5), asian slaw, wasabi mayonnaise + fresh lime $14
middle eastern chicken skewers (3), baba ganoush + flatbread $14
main
beetroot risotto, goats cheese, spinach, smoked almonds + fresh herbs (v, gfo) $19
beef, guiness + mushroom pie, seeded mustard mash, broccolini + gravy $23
5 spice pork belly, ginger soy bok choy, jasmine rice + chilli caramel sauce (gf) $26
grilled salmon fillet, polenta chips, citrus + fennel salad + saffron aioli (gf) $28
dessert
blueberry + lemon cheesecake, berry coulis + double cream $8
sticky date pudding, butterscotch sauce + vanilla ice cream $8
kids
chicken tenders + chips $10
spaghetti + meatballs $10
*club members receive $3 off their main meal
(v) vegetarian
(gf) gluten free
(gfo) gluten free option

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menu
Sunday 22nd October
entrée
coconut crumbed prawns (5), asian slaw, wasabi mayonnaise + fresh lime $14
main
beetroot risotto, goats cheese, spinach, smoked almonds + fresh herbs (v, gfo) $19
beef, guiness + mushroom pie, seeded mustard mash, broccolini + gravy $23
5 spice pork belly, ginger soy bok choy, jasmine rice + chilli caramel sauce (gf) $26
dessert
sticky date pudding, butterscotch sauce + vanilla ice cream $8
kids
chicken tenders + chips $10
*club members receive $3 off their main meal
(v) vegetarian
(gf) gluten free
(gfo) gluten free option

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Bar Menu

marinated olives + feta (v, gf)$8
cheese + crackers (v)$8
beer battered fries
with keens curry mayonnaise (v)$10
seasoned wedges
with sweet chili + sour cream (v)$10
tomato, pea + smoked mozzarella
arancini with basil pesto (v) $12
cajun spiced chicken wings (8)
with smoky bbq sauce (gf)$14
pork rillette with cornichons,
onion marmalade + croutons (gfo) $14

Email: manager@dunsboroughcountryclub.org.au

To book your table Click Here

Email: manager@dunsboroughcountryclub.org.au

To book your table Click Here

Bruce’s Weekly Update 18th October 2017

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Hello Members, Sponsors & Patrons

Our Club Major Sponsors

             Trevors Carpets logo

Do not forget to support our Club Sponsors.

 

Happenings Around The Club 

Apologies for no newsletter yesterday.  There was an outage at the Dunsborough exchange and there was no internet connection at the Club.

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The Club Kitchen

The new Club caterers commence on Friday.  Please come along and see what is now on offer.  Menus are posted below.

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Friday_Dinner

menu
Friday 20th + Saturday 21st October
entrée
coconut crumbed prawns (5), asian slaw, wasabi mayonnaise + fresh lime $14
middle eastern chicken skewers (3), baba ganoush + flatbread $14
main
beetroot risotto, goats cheese, spinach, smoked almonds + fresh herbs (v, gfo) $19
beef, guiness + mushroom pie, seeded mustard mash, broccolini + gravy $23
5 spice pork belly, ginger soy bok choy, jasmine rice + chilli caramel sauce (gf) $26
grilled salmon fillet, polenta chips, citrus + fennel salad + saffron aioli (gf) $28
dessert
blueberry + lemon cheesecake, berry coulis + double cream $8
sticky date pudding, butterscotch sauce + vanilla ice cream $8
kids
chicken tenders + chips $10
spaghetti + meatballs $10
*club members receive $3 off their main meal
(v) vegetarian
(gf) gluten free
(gfo) gluten free option

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menu
Sunday 22nd October
entrée
coconut crumbed prawns (5), asian slaw, wasabi mayonnaise + fresh lime $14
main
beetroot risotto, goats cheese, spinach, smoked almonds + fresh herbs (v, gfo) $19
beef, guiness + mushroom pie, seeded mustard mash, broccolini + gravy $23
5 spice pork belly, ginger soy bok choy, jasmine rice + chilli caramel sauce (gf) $26
dessert
sticky date pudding, butterscotch sauce + vanilla ice cream $8
kids
chicken tenders + chips $10
*club members receive $3 off their main meal
(v) vegetarian
(gf) gluten free
(gfo) gluten free option

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Bar Menu

marinated olives + feta (v, gf)$8
cheese + crackers (v)$8
beer battered fries
with keens curry mayonnaise (v)$10
seasoned wedges
with sweet chili + sour cream (v)$10
tomato, pea + smoked mozzarella
arancini with basil pesto (v) $12
cajun spiced chicken wings (8)
with smoky bbq sauce (gf)$14
pork rillette with cornichons,
onion marmalade + croutons (gfo) $14
bar
menu

Email: manager@dunsboroughcountryclub.org.au

To book your table Click Here

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There is only a handful of tickets left available for the Keith Potger show on Sunday.  The remaining tickets can be purchased from the bar.

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DO YOU HAVE $20 to INVEST?
Do you have 4 friends who also have $20 to
invest?
How about getting together and buying a 100
Club ticket to support the DDCC & the Golf
section?
Contact Vicki 0428649810 for a ticket.
Numbers still available are 8, 10, 32, 47, 53, 54,
58, 60, 65, 92, 93, 95, 96, 97, 98, 100- one of
these could be a winning number!!
All tickets need to be sold before 20th October
as that is the first draw which is only 3 days
away!!

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Have you registered your team for Corporate Bowls?  If not please email wendell@hoover.net.au

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BOWLS NEWS

 

Thursday Bowls

With the “A” green not quite finished and a good turnout on a welcomed, sunny day, it was mainly triples on “B” green that provided contest for the sheep station.

Two teams tied for first place with two wins + 18 and on a count-back Wendell Hoover, Alun Legge, and Hans Queckfelt just tipped Tom Reynolds and Lindsay Blyth of Busselton.

The Mars company profited from the efforts of Ralph Don, John Halden, and Brian Buttsworth.

 Men’s Triples

The first two rounds of this event took place on Saturday with congratulations due to two new boys on the block, Mike Finney and Toby MacCarthy who, with Hans Queckfelt skipping, eliminated two of last year’s triples champions with some fine bowling. However, they went down in the next round.

Our captain suggests that the semi-finals of this event should begin at 1 pm. this Friday with the finals to follow at 3.30 pm.

Opening Day

Geoff Benn and Vicky Frost kindly added their names to ensure that there was a round number of 42 bowlers on “B” green on Sunday to play three-bowl triples. Our dear friend Jim Stewart, now of Mt.Pleasant Bowling Club, rolled a bowl to Chairman Rob Prentice on the (almost ready) “A” green, to officially inaugurate the 2017/18 season and Rob Bennett, representing Busselton Shire, appeared just as the day’s winners were tasting their prize wines.

N.B. Numbers limited to 42 this Thursday – so first come first served.

A few Affiliation fees still outstanding.

CROQUET NEWS

Ricochet Croquet at Port Bouvard.

On Friday 13th six players from the club went and played ricochet at Pt Bouvard greens  Players that went on an adventure were Barbara Miller, Barbara Mander, Wendy and David Collins, Caryll Marshall and Max Kewish.  Sorry Brian and David missed out on the adventure because of illness. We missed you.

Although the club do not have full courts there are 4 x 3/4 courts which makes it a little easier to hit balls  (not)

The hospitality was wonderful from the group. The weather was a treat, nice and warm.

On Friday after a scrumptious lunch of home made tasties and a cuppa we played 2 games of 50 minute rounds of ricochet.  Some members wanted to play a game of golf croquet so we spent the last part of the day showing our skills with Barbara Miller and Mad Max doing their usual slammers across the courts.

Lots of fun and learning about different rules and strategies.  Then drinks at the clubhouse, a quick shower and change of clothes into all black for Friday 13th dinner.

About 100 people attended a delightful buffet of meats, roast vegies, cauliflower cheese, lasagne, beautiful crumbed fish plus more including salads and prawns.  This was followed by chocolate torte cake, pavlova, fruit salad with whipped cream.  A beautiful meal with wonderful new friends.

Saturday morning we started play again at 9.30am . Stopped for a chat and cuppa after the first game.  They love their cuppa’s there.

Played the last game and packed up for lunch which was a bbq plus salads chicken kebabs, lamb chops and home made sausages from Len who used to own Lenny Butchers in Perth.  This was followed by cheesecake fruit platter and slice. Sounds like we ate all weekend and we did especially me and now my scales are broken.  Need a refund there..

Max was the star of the games, hooping 37 hoops all up and the booby prize went to our Barbara Mander who was wrapped at getting a very handy prize..

The hospitality from all at Pt Bouvard was excellent. The couple who was kind enough to share their home with 3 of us a big thank you.

Lets hope the DC can return the favour in the new year.

Well done to all players for venturing out to socialise with  another club for a game and enjoyment.

 GOLF NEWS

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MEN’S GOLF     

Coming Events

On Wednesday  ,18 October , six of our players will be playing Vets at Binningup  so there will be no formal event at DDCC but those interested will make up a game  at the Club teeing off at 12.00 noon.

 Saturday           21`  October       STB            12.00 Tee Off   

 Results

Last Saturday’s Stableford  event attracted another keen field and brought in a new first time winner  in Paul Smith who scored 45 points  playing off  his 15  handicap for the event. Paul’s round was very consistent with several pars  and this spurred on our Runner Up ,Laurie Richards who has just completed his three cards and scored 34 points.  Well done to you both.

Back on the course as a player Stephen Robertson sank  the longest putt on No  18.

Other scores were Barry Jackson 33, Keith Rowell 32, Gary Boterhoven 31,

Mal Williamson and Mark Embry on 30, John Crute 29, Peter Jordan 28, Stephen Robertson and Ron Carmody on 25 and Doug Macpherson 23. Mike King has completed his three cards now and will be set to put his handicap into the mix. 

 The 100 Club is nearly sold out as well. Just a few tickets left. Get yours NOW

as the first draw is this coming weekend.

Heard around the Vets after match chat

“I don’t know if I’ll be able to play Vets next season. My knee’s only a few months old, my back is 17 years old and I recently got a new hip.

I might be too young now!”        (George Archer)

Good Golfing !

 Ron Carmody  .  

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TENNIS NEWS

Great excitement for Tennis Section to see the new synthetic courts completed and playable last weekend.  The surface is certainly very different to the “old” carpet that was there, not only in colour, but in the quality of the surface.  We now look forward to the completion of the surface on the two new courts early in 2018 and the re-surfacing of the original two courts. 

 

 

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Friday Night Jackpot

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The  $1000 Jackpot Draw was won on Friday.  The Jackpot will be $200 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.

Keep Smiling!

Friday Night Dinner 13th October 2017

FRIDAY NIGHT DINNER

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          The Friday night meal will be available between 6.00 pm & 7.30 pm.

Friday Night Menu

13th October 2017

Main

Fish and chips with garden salad and tartar sauce.

Grilled lamb cutlets with baked cauliflower and cheese,   roast potatoes and a rosemary sauce.

Chicken pamigiana with chips and garden salad.

Potato gnocchi with roast vegetables and a creamy kumara and coconut sauce.

Dessert

  Strawberry cheese cake

     Cost for two courses

$25 per person

Please advise of any dietary requirements prior to Friday.

Email: manager@dunsboroughcountryclub.org.au

To book your table Click Here

Bruce’s Weekly Update 10th October 2017

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Hello Members, Sponsors & Patrons

Our Club Major Sponsors

             Trevors Carpets logo

Do not forget to support our Club Sponsors.

 

Happenings Around The Club 

A copy of the Rules of Association (Proposed) are available for members to read at the Club.  A copy will be on the Management notice board.

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The Club Kitchen

Friday will be Club chef Colin Lyttles’ last evening cooking at the Club.  I would like to thank Colin for all his efforts over the past year.  Come along a support Colin this Friday night.  Black Friday.

I will inform you of the changes to the running of the kitchen and operating hours later this week.

 

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Tickets for Keith Potger are now available from the Section representatives below.

Bowls:  Geoff Oddy 0419046120

Golf:  Helen Rowell 0428616015

Croquet:  Glen Mackiewicz 97505766

Tennis:  Marlene Howes 0415999260

Mahjong:  Linda McCarthy 0401848690

Tickets are also available from the Bar

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DO YOU HAVE $20 to INVEST?
Do you have 4 friends who also have $20 to
invest?
How about getting together and buying a 100
Club ticket to support the DDCC & the Golf
section?
Contact Vicki 0428649810 for a ticket.
Numbers still available are 8, 10, 32, 47, 53, 54,
58, 60, 65, 92, 93, 95, 96, 97, 98, 100- one of
these could be a winning number!!
All tickets need to be sold before 20th October
as that is the first draw which is only 10 days
away!!

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Have you registered your team for Corporate Bowls?  If not please email wendell@hoover.net.au

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BOWLS NEWS

37 intrepid bowlers arrived for Thursday bowling which was limited to “B” green with only 7 rinks available. So 9 Triples and 5 Pairs were the order of the day.

Mike Brown, Tom Ferguson, and Rob Prentice won the day with just one point separating them from second-placed Butch Sharpe, Kelly Allsop, and Rod Winchcombe.

Brian Marwick and two visitors enjoyed the chocolate.

Hans Queckfelt is still collecting Affiliation fees for those keen to play Pennants and Club competitions. Fixtures book available to all Bowling Members. The first Club competition is the Mr.B Triples, round 1, which starts on Saturday and don’t forget Opening Day following the Club AGM on Sunday. The first round of our readmission to the SWBL commences next Tuesday

CROQUET NEWS

South West A.C.  Pennants are now under way, our first match against Bunbury Central resulted in a good win for Dunsborough. Thursday we play Halls Head at Bunbury Central  8.30am for 9.00am start.

 GOLF NEWS

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MEN’S GOLF     

Newsletter   Men’s Golf Section    10 October, 2017    

 (Ron Carmody –Capt)

 Coming Events

 Wednesday     11 October        Scroungers   – Stableford .   12.00 Noon

 Saturday           14  October       Ambrose Pairs Draw             12.00 Tee Off   

 Results

Last Saturday’s  Stableford  event attracted a keen field .

The winner was Mark Embry  with a good score of 37 points just pipping Mal Williamson’s  score  of 36.  Both are playing consistently good golf.

Other scores were :- Doug Macpherson 35 – Ken Littlefair  34 – Barry Jackson 32 – Ron Carmody 31 and Jim Parry on 23.

It was pleasing to welcome two new players to the Men’s Golf   group.

Laurie Richards and Mike Jones who have moved to the area are submitting their three cards and should be carding good scores as they get used to our course.  Welcome and good golfing to you both.

Barry Jackson maintained his form with the longest putt on No  18.

  Last Saturday night’s  DDCC Quiz Night organized by the Ladies Golf Section was well patronized  and enjoyed by all.

 The 100 Club is nearly sold out as well. Just a few tickets left. Get yours NOW

 Both these initiatives are aimed at boosting the  Golf Section’s Course renovation  programme  and combined committee projects.

Thanks to all involved in these endeavours.  Your efforts are greatly appreciated  and are continuing to stimulate  players and membership  .

Where else can you play golf with  DDCC Membership Fee of $50 and a Golf Section Annual Fee of $180  -Total  $230 for golf all year round.

Bring a friend.

 “You Can Talk  to fade, but a hook won’t listen.”      Lee Trevino

 Good Golfing !

 Ron Carmody  .  

                                          

 LADIES GOLF

LADIES GOLF NEWS LETTER

9 HOLES  TUESDAY  3RD OCTOBER.

 7 Ladies played an Ambrose.

Winners…….Aviva Gordon, Jean MacBeth and Beth Jackson.

Runners/up..Vaile Drake, Dot Carmody, Mary Hummerston and Maree Jager.

 18 HOLES THURSDAY 5TH OCTOBER.

 TWINS DAY…..PLAYED CANADIAN STABLEFORD.

 Winners………  Dot Carmody and Vicki Frost………………..39

Runners/up……Jill Winter and Beth Jackson………………….36

Third……………Aileen Morris and Gay Growden…………….35

Fourth………….May Armstrong and Joan Embry……………..33

 N.T.P . 8……….Vicki Frost

N.T.P.  10…….. Vicki Frost

 MAY AND JOAN WON THE BEST OUTFIT AS COLOURFUL CLOWNS.

 Thursday 12th  Game depends on how many players turn up.

Thursday 19th  A.G.M. 10AM….Luncheon 12 o’clock followed by trophy

presentations and skits.

 Our Quiz Night on Saturday was a great success, with 13 tables and over 80

participents.

Thanks to Terry and Helen South  for compiling the questions and running the show,

they did a great job.

Also thanks to Helen Rowell, May Armstrong Dot Carmody and Aileen Morris

for organising the tickets, raffles and prizes.

 SAYING OF THE DAY.

THE GENEROSITY OF YOUR TIME IS THE MOST VALUABLE GIFT YOU CAN GIVE.

TENNIS NEWS

A “Busy Bee” by the Tennis Section saw an enthusiastic and collaborative group remove the old synthetic material from two courts over the weekend.  The material was very, very heavy, especially with the overnight rain and the wet sand in the fabric, however determination and developing a system as we worked proved successful and the base is now ready for the roll-out of the new synthetic courts this week.  Weeding around the bank was also included by the workers.  The removal of this fabric by members represents a significant saving in the cost of the courts and therefore we are extremely grateful to all who gave up their weekend to achieve this result. 

FRIDAY NIGHT DINNER

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Friday night meals are available between 6.00 pm & 7.30 pm.

Friday Night Menu

13th October 2017

Main

Fish and chips with garden salad and tartar sauce.

Grilled lamb cutlets with baked cauliflower and cheese,   roast potatoes and a rosemary sauce.

Chicken pamigiana with chips and garden salad.

Potato gnocchi with roast vegetables and a creamy kumara and coconut sauce.

Dessert

  Strawberry cheese cake

     Cost for two courses

$25 per person

Please advise of any dietary requirements prior to Friday.

Email: manager@dunsboroughcountryclub.org.au

To book your table Click Here

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Friday Night Jackpot

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The  $1000 Jackpot Draw was won on Friday.  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.

Keep Smiling!