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Weekend Meals

New Club chef Colin Lyttle is providing meals every Saturday and Sunday from 4.00pm.  Please get a group together, come along and show your support.  The meals have been very well received with great feedback.  As the weather improves a couple of drinks and a meal on the alfresco area.  Not a bad way to spend your afternoon.

An Afternoon with Wayne Pride 

Old Time Rock n Roll performer Wayne Pride will be performing at the Dunsborough & Districts Country Club on Sunday, 20th November 2016.  Tickets are $25 each and available from the bar.  The show begins at 2.45 pm – 5.00 pm.  Organise your friends and come along to a very entertaining fun filled afternoon.  Food will be available

Flyer and information is attached.

Melbourne Cup


It is that time of year again.  As we did last year the Club will be holding the Casual Cup.  No dress up required.  There will be mystery bet tickets and sweep stakes available.   Burger and a pint, wine or champagne for $15.  It was a great day last year.  If you are interested can you please let me know for catering purposes

Corporate Bowls

Corporate bowls 2016 commences on Tuesday 1st November and Wednesday 2nd November.  Get your teams together and register.  For more information

Please read the attached flyer

Bowls News




The Div One side travelled to Cowaramup for their second game accompanied by the Div Two White side.  It was a perfect day for bowls with the first sunny day for the season!

Geoff Benn and his team won from the get-go against Keith Simmonds and did not allow the team a sniff winning 29-12.Colin Mee started extremely well against Ed Hoemburg and it was not until the 14th end when the Hoemburg side took five shots, drew the score and then took the next end by 4 that they got into the lead.  They ended up winning 24-15.  Mike Brown’s team was ahead the full match but did allow Cowaramup to steal 5 on the 20th end and then hold 6 on the last.

Maybe it was because Dennis Frost and Merv Mott had put their hand up for the “Shot of the Day” that convinced Mike he needed to be in contention for the title.  He did a magic lucky shot that took away 5 of the Cowaramup shots and they lost the end by one but won the match by 7.

The Div Two game saw Norm Gage team win 23-13 but the match of the day on the whole green was between Peter Clews team and that of Clive Williams.  It was a highly contested game throughout and the win was left until the last end when Dunsborough took three shots.  Great game by all players.

With White at Cowaramup the Div Two Blue side drove to Augusta where they had a win and a loss.

Next week all games are home games so it would be great if a crowd could turn up to cheer on the boys.

Pennants Sandwiches

After a unanimous agreement of Second Division players & discussion with First Division players yesterday it has been resolved that bowlers no longer bring sandwiches to home pennant games. Instead afternoon tea will be careered for by our new Club chef at a cost of $7.

In the future, when your team is the home game host, your manager will now collect $13 from each bowler instead of the $6 usually paid. This is now in effect as of this coming Saturday. As ALL teams are playing at home this Saturday, ALL bowlers will be expected to pay the $13.

Skippers are asked to follow up on this matter and advise each team member of this change


The men’s triples championship started with a bit of a boil-over when the highly ranked team of Hoemburg, Kelly and Tas found themselves in the plate courtesy of Tom Reynolds, Clint Kelly and Dennis Sharpe.

Reynolds then played Gary Davies and won 14-13 and are in the final against Mike Brown, Rod Winchcombe and Ralph Don who defeated the Norm Gage’s team  in first game winning 17-10, in the second game they beat Geoff Benn’s team 16-12.

The plate final will be between Hoemburg and Gil’s team of Hans Queckfeldt and Wendell Hoover.   The finals date is yet to be confirmed.

Men please remember NO BOWLS on Thursday due to Ladies Carnival.  Men’s Social Bowls will be held on Wednesday 26th October.

After the first round of the Men’s Professional 4’s on Sunday 6th November, all bowlers and partners are encouraged to attend the Club for dinner.


Ladies Bowls


Dunsborough played Augusta Gold  3 points.

Dunsborough White played Cowaramup 6 points.

Dunsborough Blue had a bye.


TUESDAY 25TH OCT Pennants played at Dunsborough.

Dunsborough White v Dunsborough

Dunsborough Blue v Margaret River Green.



19 ladies competed in the first round of a consistency singles competition.

Winner for the day was Jill Winter with 107 shots from r/u Gail Barry with 96 shots.

There will be no bowls on Wed 26th Oct while ladies prepare for the two day Carnival Thurs 27th and Fri 28th.

Croquet News



Go Max!  The croquet president has played daily for over a week now – sometimes twice a day.  He was planning to play AC at Moorabinda (Bunbury) this last weekend and we wish him and  the GC players all the best at Augusta Monday 24th.

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Ladies Golf




 Nine hole wind up will be held at the Eagle Bay Brewery on Tuesday 8th Nov.

12 midday for lunch.


The A.G.M. was held with the main positions as follows:_-

PRESIDENT:- Jill Winter

CAPTAIN :- Beth Jackson.

SECRETARY:- Helen Rowell.

TREASURER:- Aileen Morris.


A GRADE CHAMPIONSHIP won by Vicki Frost, R/u Nancy Williams

B GRADE CHAMPIONSHIP won by Dot Carmody, r/u Lorraine Lewis.

CONSISTENCY won by Jill Winter.

ECLECTIC won by Jill Winter.

HANDICAP ECLECTIC won by Bethia Newton.





B GRADE WON BY May Armstrong.

JUBILEE FOURS won by Nancy Williams and Vicki Frost.

The presentations were followed by a lunch with previous members attending, and further amusing presentations and skits – a good laugh had by all.


Laughing is good exercise, it’s like jogging on the inside.


Tennis News

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Tennis Members welcomed the sunshine for Saturday Social Tennis this week.  This resulted in a number of visitors joining in to swell our numbers and although it did mean a number of players were required to sit off for each set, it does enable a good social rapport to develop.

 Tennis Members were also involved in a catering assignment on both Saturday and Sunday at the Naturaliste Community Centre for a Bridge Congress which attracted almost 150 players for the two days.  This was a fundraising opportunity for the Tennis Members and involved most members of the Tennis Section being involved in some way with serving morning and afternoon tea and preparing and providing lunch for the Bridge players.  It was carried out with great spirit and professionalism and the Bridge Congress announced it was “The best catering they had ever had”.  Very well done to all involved. 



Friday Night Dinner 


Friday night meals are available between 6.00 pm & 7.00 pm.

Friday Night Menu

21st October 2016


          Medallians of pork fillet with a  marsala wine and mushroom sauce, rosti potato cake

          and roast vegetables.


           Baked Moroccan chicken ,fried potatoes and Asian style coleslaw


            Vegetarian risotto with shaved parmesan cheese



  Chocolate tart with caramel sauce

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 $600. Members must be financial and present to claim. The Jackpot is drawn between 5.30pm and 6.30pm in the Clubroom bar.

Keep Smiling!


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