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Armstrong Village Dunsborough 
Integrated Aged Care Development

The Board and CEO of Capecare invite you to an






Dunsborough and Districts Country Club
40 Gifford Road Dunsborough

It’s moving forward!!
Hear from the architects and interior design team and get a sneak peek at more detailed design plans.
Your chance to ask any questions.

With JDAP approval in November 2018, and design development finalised, we are progressing with contract documentation. Come and register your expression of Interest.

If you are unable to attend but wish to receive further information or register your interest,
contact CEO Mr Steven Carmody 97502000

Please forward this invitation to interested contacts and members of your club or organization.


‘Yoga for over 50’s’ at Dunsborough and Districts Country Club, for ladies AND gentlemen ~

Beginners welcome ! 

Mandy invites anyone who is interested to join this gentle and safe yoga practice, suitable for all levels including beginners and people over 50.

Date: Wednesdays

Time: 9:00 am

Venue: Dunsborough and Districts Country Club

Cost: $15

* Please bring a blanket for relaxation (as well as your own yoga mat if you have one).

* Yoga mats available for hire $3

For any queries (or to book a yoga mat) please call Mandy Lancellas 047 505 7294



Twilight Croquet will commence again on Friday 1st March 





To book your table Click Here





Our first side, playing in Division 1 of the Southwest League, were at home to Busselton Black. Mike Brown’s team went down by 6 shots, while Ed Homburg’s four were 4 shots up, earning the side a single point and placing them now fifth place on the 1st division ladder. Playing away at Busselton, our second side gained three points when Wayne Coyle’s team won by 18 shots while Tom Reynolds four lost by just 2 shots. Our second side thus retained its top place on the 3rd division ladder. In Division 4 Norm Gage’s four won by 10 shots away to Boyanup, while on the next rink Don Henderson’s team came down by 12 shots. A single point gained, meant that our third side dropped to third place on the 4th division ladder.

There is just one more round to go this week in the Southwest League before the finalists are decided.


A very pleasant day saw 48 participants in the peg-draw which Kevin Gibb ran as a three-bowl triples. Winners with 2 + 25 were Andre Gil, Phil Higgins, and Geoff Benn.  Ralph Don, Tom Reynolds, and Brian Buttsworth were not far behind. Taking home the chocolate this week were Tom Ferguson, John Halden, and Trevor Palmer.

On the noticeboard, please read a proposal for a revamped Pennants season next year as proposed recently by the Leeuwin League Men’s Committee, for consideration by all clubs, prior to the Leeuwin League AGM in May. Please indicate to your committee whether you are for against this proposal.




On Friday the Croquet Section held their Presentation Dinner at the Club. Thirty five were present including special guests, Estelle Perry our main sponsor over many years, and DDCC Chairman John Halden and Amanda.

Thank you to Terry Herd, MC for the night, and Raelene Willis for decorating the tables. Estelle and Lindsay sponsor the Association Croquet and Golf Croquet Singles events, Kate Speedy sponsored the AC Doubles, Jim’s First sponsored the Golf Doubles and players sponsored the novelty awards.

The main trophy winners were:

AC Singles: David Bell.  Runner up: Raelene Willis (Unfortunately David was in Perth for his Granddaughter’s 21st birthday

Golf Singles: Eric Watts   runner up  Barbara Miller

AC Doubles: Terry Herd and John Bastian

Ricochet Doubles: John Bastian and Max Kewish

Golf Doubles: Barbara Miller and Caryll Martin

President’s Award: Richard Taylor

Golf croquet Singles: Eric Watts   Runner up:  Barbara Miller

AC Doubles: Terry Herd and John Bastian

Novelties for Golf Croquet:

Most Consistent: Robin Beer

Most improved: Graham Pike

Encouragement Award: Julie Dewar

Most Hoops: Brian Uren

Most Holes in One: Brian Uren

The evening capped off a successful year for the DDCC Croquet Section both at home and in competitions at other clubs and Croquetwest Tournaments. A group of GC Players is shortly going to Norfolk Island to play Croquet. We know they will have a great time.

We now look forward to an enjoyable 2019 croquet Season.



Men’s Golf Newsletter       Tuesday 26 February ,2019

Wednesday 20  February  2019

Winner    was Barry Jackson    with a good score of 37 points on a countback.

Runner Up    was Doug Macpherson  also  with a score of 37

Barry also got the the longest Putt on No 18.

 Saturday 23 February   

Maintaining their good form, Barry and Doug again battled it out for the placings with Barry scoring 33 points to be the winner from Doug  on 29 points.

 Laurie Richards scored a birdie  to keep him in the action while Ron Carmody sank the long putt on No 18.

Coming Events

Wednesday       27   February   14 Holes    Names by 12.15    Hit Off  12.30

 Saturday               2     March        14 Holes     Names by 12.15     Hit Off  12.30


Tuesday               5    March        Sanctuary     Golf Course

                                 Mark will  put the ticked names in for this event.

 Remember  to Please check your name on the list and tick as necessary as ticked names must be sent in a week before the advertised Fixture .

The Vets 2019 Fixture List is displayed in the Mens’ Golf  Notice Board in the DDCC Reception area.

 Course Maintenance

With  enough volunteers we can now also put the leaf machine to work along the drains.  Tuesday morning    5  March,   is our first effort.

 Committee Meeting

  • A good Combined Golf Committee was held last Thursday and included a short talk by Stuart Herbage on a possible fund raising exercise called Frisbee Golf which could be played on a Sunday. More details to follow .
  • A Bunnings Sausage Sizzle has been booked for Sunday 14 April.
  • Fixtures for 2019 for men and women will be drafted in the next couple of weeks.
  • Notice of Affiliation Fees for 2019 will be advised to all golfers and will be paid in the same format as in 2018, to Ron Carmody and Aileen Morris with

Receipts issued by them  upon your payment. 

  • First Aid Info Session will be held at Dunsborough St John sub centre on Friday 15 March  at 2.30  for all interested.  (Approx 2 hours session)

Good Golfing All . 

Ron Carmody   –   Captain.



Dunsborough Tennis Club Friday Night Social Tennis

Social Tennis Played at the Dunsborough Country Club Courts Friday Evenings

Fast 4 Format Loads of Fun

Lads, Ladies and Mixed doubles

Refreshments and Food available from Country Club

Time : 5.30pm till 9pm

Cost : Free for full members

Casual members or non members $5

Any queries or confirmation contact

Paige Newhill.    0448 829 553



Hi riders,

Hope you are enjoying the trails at the moment, they are riding really well.

Remember our MTB rides  are

Wed am, 6.30 to 8am. Fast ride not suitable for beginners

Thurs 5.30pm from Country Club, easy social ride beginners welcome.

Tues 9am ladies ride, see Facebook Cape Mountain Bikers page

Volunteers will be  required for X-Adventure which this year is on 30/31st of March.

Similar format to last year.

We need the bulk of the volunteers on Saturday between 1000 – 1700 but still need some on Sunday and Friday arvo/evening to help with registration.

Can you please circulate to your members and they can e-mail directly back to me, John Jacoby, with name, mobile no., e-mail address and what days and times they are available.

Thanks in advance here! Helen and John



The Jackpot Draw was not won on Friday. The Jackpot total this week remains at $1000. Members must be financial for the 2018/19 membership year and present to claim the prize. The Jackpot is drawn between 5.30pm and 6.30pm in the Clubroom bar.

Keep Smiling!

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