Further to the announcement in last week’s Newsletter on the wonderful results obtained by the Club at the Clubs WA award night, attached are some extra photos taken at the presentations.
As mentioned by Bruce, it was a great result for the Club and and the evening was very professionally run by Clubs WA.
A promotional video for the Club was made recently. Follow the link below to view. It is also available to view on the Cub website in the About section.
MEN’S BOWLS NEWSLETTER
Tuesday MM Bowls was supported by 23 very keen bowlers and saw Gail Barry emerge winner from a tie for Runner Up position shared by Geoff Oddy, Steve Christensen and Graeme Winter.
Thursday Men’s Social Bowls was only for the brave hearted given the weather prediction for the day.
However 14 guys did roll up and whilst play was delayed by 10 minutes at the start because of rain, they did manage to complete 2 games of 10 ends rain free!!
Winners were Geoff Benn, Butch Sharpe & Kevin Nichols with Keith Bowden & Peter Wilcox Runners Up.
It was noted that Rod Grist was in Perth undergoing medical procedure and best wishes were extended to him.
Again Saturday Snakes and Ladder event was threatened by the weather but 16 players enjoyed the day in rather pleasant conditions.
JemCoupar was outright winner with a distinguished win of 6 points with 11 shots.
Kevin Nichols with 5 points and 11 shots was Runner Up and Gary Robinson third with 4 points and 15 shots.
Both Kevin and Gary look like they’ll be swabbed by stewards Janis and Wendell and no doubt be seeded vertically – the price paid for bowling well!!
Congratulations to David Morris who recently played in the State Open Singles at Nedlands and the Patron’s Trophy at Moorabinda against players of a much lower handicap. The Patron’s Trophy attracts players from interstate, and many of them used the Nedland’s tournament for practise.
At Nedlands David had two wins in the round robin format and also won the crossover match. His final placing was 15th out of 18.
In the Patrons Trophy he came 10th out of 20 by virtue of reaching the plate final. All matches were the best of three. In David’s first match of the tournament his opponent was ranked 5th in Australia and 20th in the world. He lost 26-1 and 26-9 and then moved in to the plate. David won two matches to get to the final of the plate David where he went down 25-9, 16-23 and 26-6. He gained valuable experience by playing what amounts to Div 1 tournaments, and now finds himself on a handicap of 4.5.
There are now four sessions of croquet each week. Association croquet is played on Tuesdays and Fridays from 8.30am until 12.30. Ricochet and Golf Croquet is played on Wednesday and Friday afternoons from 2.30pm until 4.30. Names must be in 15 minutes before play starts.
It is preferable for new players to attend the afternoon sessions as instruction is provided and the format is more relaxed.
Saturday’s Mixed 4s Ambrose Golf Competition was played in good weather despite the potential of showers being forecast.
Stephen Robertson Gross 72 Nett61 3/8
Clive Williams Gross 75Nett66
John CuneenGross 78Nett67 ½
Ron Carmody Gross 83 Nett68 7/8
Next Saturday27 June STROKE FLAG EVENT –
Thanks to SPONSOR BARRY JACKSON
NAMES IN BY 11.45 Tee Off 12.00 noon
Wednesday 24 June Weekly Scroungers Event All Golfers Welcome
Names in by 11.45 Tee Off 12.00 noon
**MAJOR COMING EVENT **SATURDAY 18 JULY ,2015
DDCC OPEN DAY MIXED EVENT – AMBROSE 4’s TEAM
Preparations are under way for this major all day event with surrounding Clubs being contacted and inviting All Golfers to make up a Mixed Team where possible but not mandatory.
Entry Forms and Details available shortly.
All Golfers are most welcome .
Ron Carmody (Captain)
CYCLING MTB SOCIAL RIDE- Sunday June 28, 2pm
Join us for a Social MTB ride leaving 2pm from Dunsborough Country Club car park, riding out to Eagle Bay. Mix of hills, trails and road riding. Finish with a pint at Eagle Bay Brewery.
Two groups will be riding. An intermediate/ faster group will lead the ride and another group, beginners welcome, will follow at a more gentle pace. Both will leave just after 2pm.
Why not meet your family there after the ride? There is a playground at Eagle Bay Brewery. We aim to be seated with a glass in front of us by approx 3.30pm…
If you need more information call Helen Baker on 9759 1775 or email email@example.com.
DUNSBOROUGH CYCLE CLUB – JUNE NEWSLETTER
If you did NOT receive our June newsletter emailed out last week, please send me your email via firstname.lastname@example.org and I will add you to our Dunsborough Cycle Club group email list. We send out information on new trails, events, social rides, and volunteer opportunities two to four times a month and you can unsubscribe anytime.
Tennis Section Busy-Bee. A strong and hearty band of tennis enthusiasts braved Sunday’s battering weather to replace the orange bunting that was guarding the “super-pit” from wayward wanderers falling in. The result is a sturdy pine post and hinge-joint fence with the better bunting resurrected on the wings. Thank you to the weather defying group of Barb “1 metre” Noble, Stan “Crowbar” Noble, Brian “chainsaw” Walker, Vicki “sandwiches” Teede, Terry “rammer” Hodges, John “borer” McCallum, and Greg “sketch” Banfield …….and also to all the others that volunteered to come, but we didn’t have enough tasks. There will certainly be more busy-bees.
Friday Night Dinner
There was over 125 diners in last Friday for the Timor Fundraiser which was great to see. An entertaining night full of raffles, silent auctions and spot prizes.
This Friday Kirsty is preparing a delightful meal for us to enjoy. Please book by midday Friday.
Friday Night Dinner Menu
26th June 2015 @ 6.30pm
Chicken schnitzel with a whole grain mustard sauce
Roast winter vegetable salad
Vegetarian Option (please pre-order)
Eggplant schnitzel with roast tomato & basil sauce
Lemon tart with vanilla ice cream
Adults: $22.00 Children (under 12): $14.00
To book your table Click Here
The Members Jackpot draw was not won on Friday. The jackpot will be at $200 this week. Members must be financial and present to claim. The draw will be held in the club rooms between 5.30pm – 6.30pm.