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Happenings Around The Club 


Twilight Bowls will be commencing this Friday,  2nd of March.  Mike O’Mara will be running the event. Players of all abilities are welcome to come along and enjoy a casual evening of bowls.



Local Vintage

Dunsborough Band Local Vintage will be performing at the Dunsborough Country Club again on Sunday 11th March from 3.30pm to 6.30pm.  Food platters and  bar facilities will be available throughout the performance.  Tickets $10 members, $15 non members.  Tickets are available through your sporting sections or at the bar.  Get a group together and come enjoy a great afternoon of music, dancing and fun.


LOST Necklace

A jade necklace on a gold chain was lost last week at the Club.  It was of significant sentimental value to the owner.  If by chance you come across the necklace, please return it to the bar.  Thank you




(Friday & Saturday)

fries (v)  $10

with house made aioli

wedges (v)  $10

sour cream + sweet chili sauce

wild mushroom arancini (v)    $17

feta whip + basil pesto

salt + pepper squid  $24

paw paw salad, candied peanuts + nuoc cham mayonnaise

asian style lamb ribs  $23

twice cooked, sweet + sour sauce, creamy fennel + mint coleslaw

bacon double cheeseburger   $19

150g beef pattie, bacon, double cheese, red onion, dill pickle,

american mustard + tomato ketchup on a brioche bun, served with fries.

curry of the day (gfo)  $24

please see specials board

moroccan spiced tasmanian salmon (gf)  $29

cooked medium, baba ganoush + zesty chickpea salad

daily specials – please see specials board


citrus tart  $12

raspberry coulis, fresh strawberries + double cream


spaghetti + meatballs  $9

fish + chips  $9

chicken + chips  $9

kids vanilla ice cream  $3

*club members receive $3 off any main meal over $20

To book your table Click Here






Unfortunately, playing in the first semi-final of the SWBL at Busselton, our 1st team were defeated on both rinks by Busselton Red, so will have to play Busselton Black in the preliminary final this Tuesday to see if they will be meeting Busselton Red in the final of the SWBL 2nd division.


45 players turned up for the peg-draw on a pleasant summer’s day when Graeme Winter and Mick Finney beat Len Mazga and Rob Prentice by just one shot (2+23 to 2+22) to take the meat. Linton Thomas and Jimmy Walker enjoyed the chocolate.


The semi-final of the Professionals Championship Singles began in the afternoon on a windy, challenging day and saw Dennis Frost just edge out Kelly (“the King”) Allsop 21-17 after a prolonged battle. On the other rink Gary Davies defeated Mike Brown a little more easily, 21/10. The final lasted 38 ends and saw Dennis Frost crowned Singles Champion for 2018, beating Gary Davies by 25-21 in front of a large gathering of excited, appreciative spectators on the alfresco.

In the semi-finals of the plate Toby McCarthy beat Garry Robinson 21-16 while Tom Reynolds had a tougher fight against Mick Finney

winning by just 21-19. The “Bootleg Brewer” went on to defeat Toby McCarthy a little more comfortably to earn the Singles Plate.

Our captain, Geoff Benn, who had run all four championships so well congratulated the winners in the bar at the day’s conclusion.


Sadly, our Dunsborough Blue side lost the preliminary final of the Leeuwin League 1st division to Augusta Blue at Margaret River by a single-figure aggregate loss, leaving just Dunsborough White to represent our club in the grand final of the 2nd division, to be played at Margaret River on 10th  March.




Dunsborough White:- S.Chester, D.Mott, J.Winter and M.Armstrong played against Augusta.

 J.Winter and M. Armstrong won their pairs, while S.Chester and D. Mott managed to win by one.

This gave Dunsborough 3 points.

The fours is worth 3 points, so if Augusta won this it would come down to a one end playoff.

Dunsborough white were down 7 to 1 after four ends, but gradually clawed their way up to be

2 ahead on the 12th end.

Augusta scored one on each of the last two ends to make the fours a draw , one point to each side.

This made Augusta 1 point and Dunsborough White 4 points to win the pennant.


10 pairs played 5 rounds on Feb 7th and Feb 21st,

At the end of 4 rounds there were four pairs who had won all their games, but two pairs were defeated in the last round.

  1. Winter and M.Black were runners up with 5 wins, 35 shots up, winners were J.Hoover and H.Reynolds with 5 wins and

a massive 53 shots up.

Congratulations to the winners and well done to all who took part.


Singles was played on Wed 14th Feb and concluded on Friday 23rd Feb.

Our Champion with five wins was Judy Henderson, and Janice Hoover was runner-up with 4 wins.

Congratulations to the winners and to all participants.


Social bowls was played by those who did not participate in the pairs on Wed 21st.

This was won by Lorraine Bell.

Merle Holmes celebrated a very special birthday and we all celebrated with sponge cake.





 5:00pm – 6:30pm

  Everyone Welcome – $7 all players

 Please wear flat enclosed shoes

 Equipment and instruction provided

 Any questions contact Max Kewish:  0429 672 850






Recent Results

Wednesday  21 February, 2018    Scroungers   14 Hole Event

A keen field played the course with some good scores again.

Winner –          Barry Jackson           36 

Runner Up –   Mal Williamson        30  on a countback from Barry Guest also on  30

Other Results  :- 

Arnold Bosenberg 28 – Ron Carmody 27 -Doug Macpherson 25

Ken Littlefair 25 – Jim Parry 23 – Paul Smith 22 –  Geoff Musto 21

Doug Gilchrist 20

Arnold won the best Long Putt on No 18.

Saturday 24  February  ,2018

Although a small field ,  the golf was closely contested with Doug Gilchrist  getting the winning result of 36.

Runnerup was Doug Macpherson  with 32. Doug also won the Long Putt on No 18.

Other  results were Laurie Richards  30 – Ron Carmody 29 as was Phil De Garis – Barry Jackson 28 – Arnold Bosenberg 24.

The plus and minus points are seeing the players  all having a share of the top results from time to time.  Well done all.

Coming Events

Wednesday    28 February    14 Holes    1.00 pm  Tee Off

Saturday             3 March         14 Holes    1.00 pm   Tee Off

 Men’s   SW   Vets Golf   2018   

Next  fixture for 2018 is at  Sanctuary Golf Course  in  Bunbury on Tuesday 6 March .

 Affiliation  Fees are now due and I will be following up with  players who wish to be included in the DDCC players list for 2018.

The fee is $41 per registered DDCC Member Player for 2018.

Thanks to those who have already done so.

 Golf Fund Raiser –  Please let Helen Rowell know if you can assist with the Bunnings BBQ dates  Saturday March 17 and Sunday April  29 as per the recent email sent out to all Golf Members.

Ron Carmody    (Captain)



The Tennis Section continues to experience increased numbers attending the Thursday Morning Ladies’ Organised Tennis (8.30 am – 11.00 am), as well as Saturday Afternoon Mixed Social Play from 1.00 pm.  The weather has been kind this summer enabling many to participate comfortably.

Friday Night Members Only Social Tennis from 5.30 pm is also gaining interest.  A $5.00 fee applies to the Friday night tennis which is being co-ordinated by the Club Coach, Paige Newhill.  We look forward to seeing some more players on Friday nights.


Welcome to all the new members & those returning players;  it has been terrific to see the new courts being used to full advantage recently with more than. 20 players attending each day

There was a social get together after tennis at the Naturaliste Lighthouse Precinct.  Seated on the amazing new deck we enjoyed coffee, cake or huge toasties from the new café ; The Little Goose.  all 15 shown up on the new viewing platform.

[By taking your driver’s license or rates notice to the Lighthouse you will get you free entry to the Precinct for a year, for 2 adults & 2 children].




Hi Riders,

Meet at Dunsborough Country Club Thurs for a 5.45pm start.

Familiarisation ride of X Adventure Long course if anyone is interested!! About 20km, so will get back on dusk. Bring lights if you have them.

See you there,





The Jackpot Draw was won on Friday by Calum McCaully.  The Jackpot total this week is for $200 as two raffles were sold. 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!

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