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Happenings Around The Club
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.
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)
beer battered fries + keens curry mayonnaise$10
greek salad + lemon vinaigrette $10
sticky date pudding$8
butterscotch sauce + vanilla ice cream
berry compote + whipped cream
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 ]
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Sunday Roast Lunch
Sunday roast lunch will now be available at the Club between 12 – 3.00pm
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.
Have you registered your team for Corporate Bowls? If not please email firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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 .
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 email@example.com.
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!
Friday Night Jackpot
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.