This Sunday is the day of annual fund raising for Camp Quality at the Bega RSL Golf Club.
Mick Grant has put a lot of time and effort into this event and has organised some magnificent prizes including 20 dozen Crown Lager.
The day commences at 9.30am with a 10am shot gun start and it promises to be a great day for the family with a barbecue and games for the kids in the afternoon.
So please make an effort to support the day and in turn help a good cause.
SCOREBOARD- Wednesday 30 May was just another day in the valley; ie, weather perfect, people delightful and the good old boys of the Coronary Club in full throttle for their weekly challenge. Walter Ubrihien on his electric chair charged down and won the big chook this week, with balls awarded to Jim Smith, Bill Brown, Cec Rose and the best-off-the-stick went to Sid Hergenhan.
Thanks to Bill Kite who shared his winning platter of Bega Cheeses from his victory at the Veterans Comp with all the boys of the Coronary Club. Nice one, Bill.
Thursday 31 May was Medley Stableford day. Individual winner on 38 points was H. Massey with Damon Welsford the runner up on 36 points. Balls awarded out to 33 points with four lucky recipients.
Saturday 2 June was the Monthly Medal proudly sponsored by Kydds Butchery, generated a field of 71 and CCR of 72. A Grade winner and medal winner was Rob Whitford with a nett 70. B Grade winner on a count-back with nett 71 was Simon Stuart and C Grade was awarded to Col Murphy on nett 71. (Bad luck, Col. Bit of a bummer to be awarded the medal and then loose it on a misread.)
Balls were awarded out to 76 nett with 24 recipients. (Check your name at the clubhouse for the ball winners.) N.T.P. on the 9th went to Greg Mallard at 73 cms with the 18th being won by Simon Stuart at 383 cms. Another eagle was landed on the 16 by Barry Johnson.
NOTICEBOARD- 1. Visitors enjoying the hospitality and companionship of Bega Golf Club this week came from Camden Valley and Delegate Golf Clubs.
2. Next Saturday 9 June is the 1st Round of Two Ball Ambrose Championship (event previously cancelled due to bad weather).
3. Next Monday 11 June is the Camp Quality Charity Day. It will be a Stableford Event with a starting fee of $10. The event will start at 10 am with a shot gun start. Hurry and get your name down on the starting list and support this worthy charity event.
4. 9 September is the next round of the Holden Scramble. Get your team organised.
GOLFING THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK- While he had never been compared with a rocket scientist, Lou Graham the 1975 US Open Champion, had a certain earthy wisdom, at least as it related to golf. He understood it better than one might expect. ‘Golf is a dumb game,’ he explained. Hitting the ball is the fun part of it, but the fewer times you hit the ball the more fun you have. Does this make any sense?
BEGA RSL women’s golf Patron Shona Southwell was in attendance at the Bega course last Wednesday and after a fun day of golf (Irish Fourball) she joined members for a lunch provided by the Legacy ladies.
The Legacy ladies also donated the raffle, a hand made pottery quiche dish which Margaret Dawson won.
The day’s golf produced some very good scores and the winning team, with a score of 75, was Nola Robertson, Joan West and Annette Warby.
Runner-up on 74 was Gay Ward, Bev Rood and Joyce Geraghty.
The combination of Betty Douglas, Betty Coles and Helen Sharp came in third with 73. Nice to see Helen back with us again.
Balls went to all of the above.
Golfer of the week has to be Nola Robertson.
Nola plays for our Division 3 Pennant Team, which last Friday was successful against Pambula-Merimbula.
On Monday, Nola had great success at the Eden Open, when she won Division 4. Nearest the Pin was also Nola’s. Unfortunately the fairway wasn’t quite wide enough or the longest drive would have been Nola’s also. The grin say’s it all. Nola’s handicap is now 39.
Bega’s Division 2 Pennant team was also successful last week and team members are now looking good to make the semi-finals.
Results of the Fourball Championships are as follows.
(Division 1-36 Hole Scratch) Pat Ubrihien and Lyn Rood 186. (Division 2) Sue Parker and Robyn Kilkelly 210.
Handicap winners (Division 1) Pat Ubrihien/Lyn Rood 153. (Division 2) Margaret Fergusson/Janette Cox 154.
Handicap winners 18-Holes Day 1 - (Division 1) Grace Galeano/Veronica Coman 74.1/2. (Division 2) Pam Crooks/Nola Robertson 74.1/2. Day 2 - (Division 1) Grace Galeano/Gay Ward 69. (Division 2) Pam Crooks/Anna Blacka 77.
Saturday’s game will be W/E Stableford No.4.
On Monday, June 11 there will be a Mixed Charity Day, the proceeds going to a very worthy Camp Quality.
The cost will be $10. A shotgun start commences at 10.00am. Any ladies playing are asked to bring a slice. Phone Greg for any further details.
On Wednesday, June 13th the Par No.4 will be contested with a general meeting to follow.
Coming up is the Club Championships commencing Wednesday, June 20.
Tathra Tee Talk
THIS week’s Tee Talk is a little rushed.
After work commitments and two nights of doing my RCG, which I thought was responsible conduct of golfing, it turned out to be responsible conduct of gambling, but then my golf is a bit of a gamble.
Then we had an extra day of golf with second round of the Club Championships played on Sunday.
On Saturday, Craig Nicholson blitzed the field with a nett 64 to win the Monthly Medal.
B-Grade went to Browny 69 on c/b; C-Grade was won by Andrew Schultz 67.
Winner of NTP were 3/12th Kairon Dinsdale, 5/14th Kairon Dinsdale, 9th Anchors, 18th Fergy Snr, while on NTP’s when measuring could you put down metres not centimetres for e.g. 2.34m not .234cm. It is confusing some of us older golfers who would really prefer yards, feet and inches.
Ball comp winners were Nicho, Anchors, Young Schultzy, Gilly, Jamie Smith, Chris Collins-Hart, Frank Foley, Browny, Pommie, Ferg Snr, Bad Billy, Kairon Dinsdale, Jock Seawright, Joe Donnelly, Siva, Rabbit, Dean Preo.
Then it was back on the course the next day with “Woody” Lawler winning A-Grade with a nett 66, B-Grade Pommie 68, C-Grade Andrew Schultz 68. NTP went to 3/12th Ken Kitchenside, 5/14th Jack Batty, 9th Siva, 18th Frank Foley.
Balls in ball comp went to Woody, Kevin Argent, Pommie, Tui Eruera, Anchors, Andrew Schultz, Chris Collins-Hart, Macey Snr, Siva, Browny, Crowls, Frank Foley, Trent Thatcher.
Leaders after two rounds of Club Championship are: A-Grade Anchors 146, Frank Foley 150; B-Grade Browny 166, Pommie 167; C-Grade Siva 186, Andrew Schultz 187; Juniors Chris Collins-Hart 162, Trent Thatcher 163.
The club is seeking legal advice, so at this moment we can’t give you the Senior results.
Thursday’s “Don’t Work/Won’t Work” had 37 starters but the result sheets have gone missing. However, I can tell you Browny won with 39 points from Col Cuthbert. I can also tell you Browny lost his match play at the same time.
All at the Club were saddened to hear of the passing away of Vic McKinnon a loyal supporter of our Club, last Monday morning. He will be sadly missed by all.
A celebration of Vic’s life will be held at the Tathra Beach Country Club at 11am today, June 8, our sympathy goes to Anne and family.
Golfers hit them long and straight! JAFFA.
TATHRA Beach Ladies Golf members competed in the fifth round of the
Grade 2 and 3 Pennant on June 1.
Grade 2 ladies played Tura White at Pambula/Merimbula but were beaten 3/2. Grade 3 ladies had a 3/2 loss also playing Pambula/Merimbula 1 at Bega.
Next week 8 June : Grade 2 plays Bega at Bega while Grade 3 have a Bye.
A Stableford was held on June 2 a with the CCR on 69.
A total of 21 players competed and the winner in Division 1 was June Kelly with 37 points ahead of Runner-up was Melinda Jeffreys with 34 points on a countback from Walli Heiner.
Division 2 winner was Norma Finlay with 40 points and the Runner-up was Ann Donnelly with 37 points.
Nearest the pin on the 5th/14th was Mary Tupper.
Balls went to N Finlay, A Donnelly, J Kelly, M Jeffreys, W Heiner and N Trent.
The Tuesday Monthly Medal No. 4 was held on June 5 with the CCR 69 and it was
won by Vicki Taylor with a lovely 62 nett, losing 5 strokes off her handicap.
Division 1 Winner (Hcps 0 - 25) Lesley Baird with nett 68 on a countback from
Runner-up Betty McDonald with nett 68
Division 2 Winner (Hcps 26 - 33) was Marnie Nicholson with nett 67 and the Runner-up was Rae Eves with nett 69
Division 3 Winner (Hcps 34 - 45) was Vicki Taylor with nett 62 and the
Runner-up was Ann Donnelly with nett 73
The Putting was won by Mary Tupper with 26 putts.
Nearest the Pin on the 5th/14th was Bridget O’Reilly and on the 18th Nora Trent.
Balls went to V Taylor, L Baird, B McDonald, K Gardner, M Nicholson, R Eves, M Millard, P Hahne, M Tupper, J Meares and L Holt.
Vale was Vic McKinnon
Tomorrow, Saturday,June 9 there is a Par event and on Tuesday, June 12 the Yearly Stableford No. 4 will be played. (Committee Meeting)
Members extend their sympathy to Anne McKinnon and her family on the death of her husband Vic.
Golf at Candelo
CANDELO/KAMERUKA Golf Club is home to some of Australia’s big time political and social names, and has always been the breeding ground to the younger generation of great golfers.
Being such an old club (our history goes way back), we just seem to attract the best, and at the moment we have on our books another young man who is going places.
His name is William Ives and he is already making a name for himself in the Canberra-Narrandera-Monaro team.
He has also caught the attention of Jack Newton, who has invited him to Sydney in August to attend one of his Clinics.
So, we would like to extend an invitation to anybody wishing to join our Club., We have opened our books and would make you most welcome. We play every Sunday with Tee-off between 11.30am and 12-noon.
Our Vice Captain has been out of form so far this season, but found it last Sunday and was the winner of the Stableford Event with a good round of 42 points.
Runner-up was another youngster on his way up, Matthew O’Reilly. Then came the old brigade Royce Umback and President Dave Barton.
We are changing our weekly trophies to big meat trays.
Club Championships have been put back and the first round will now be held on June 17, second round July 15, third round August 12, so please adjust your programs.
June 24 is our Presentation Day, 9 holes of golf followed by a barbecue and presentation - See you there!
Big win to Cameron “Punter” Miller on 21 points, on a beautiful Sunday morning last week. Runners-up were Gregg Honess (20) and Dick O’Neill (19).
NTPs, sponsored by Barry Bennie Butchers and Esprit, went to Gregg Honess and Derek “Dead Legs” Redfern. Cliff Redfern did a “Melba” and on his return took out the Encouragement Award. Nice to see you back, Cliffy.
Bad day for Brian Kenyon who achieved the Hacker Award on countback from Barry Nevill, both of whom showed a definite lack of talent on the day. Ball rundown went to 14 and 22 players scored a ball for themselves.
Remember our Christmas Party on June 24 and please fix all divots and plug marks even if you’re not the culprit.
THE Far South Coast District Bowling Association competitions have recently been completed with the following results:
Fours winners: Ian Thomas, Rex Ford, Eric Maddern and Warren Love of Eden Fishermen’s Club.
Triples: Doug Wilson, Robert Bruce and Gerry Lay of Tathra Beach.
Pairs: Russell Cook and Robert Spittal of Tura Beach.
Singles: William Bruce of Eden Fishermen’s Club.
Presidents Reserve Singles: Robert Halliday of Tura Beach.
Presidents Reserve Pairs: Robert Halliday and Alan Dunn of Tura Beach.
CANDELO-KAMERUKA Bowling Club held its 22nd Winter Carnival over the week May 21-27.
Monday winners of the Mixed Pairs were Enid Winter and Kevin Anderson with the Wednesday winners being H Bennell and M Bennell. Overall winners were M Lucas and G Whitehead with the runners-up J & H McGrath.
Thursday Mens Triples - winners the Three Musketeers from Victoria, G Burch, R Illman and A Wilson. The runners-up were G West, J Green and H Jeffrey.
Ladies Pairs - winners on day one were D Campbell and B Magle and on Day two were M Rowe and K Garry. The overall winners were J McGrath and H Bennell with the runners up B Cochrane and B Rollason.
Winners of the Men’s Pairs were two of the Musketeers, R Illman and A Wilson with the runners-up the local pair of R Cock and C Lemmon.
Saturday Men’s Triples winners were C Carter, K Edwards and J Campbell with the runners-up L Sinclair, T Studham and R Cock.
On Sunday the Mixed Fours winners were D Tatham, H Bennell, M Bennell and G Hines. Runners-up P Black, M Huggins, H Huggins and A Baker.
The Club thanks all the visitors from Victoria, the ACT and the local clubs and
Geoff Grenegher who ran his first carnival and did a great job with only a couple of minor slip-ups which were easily fixed.
RESULTS of Far South Coast Hockey Association competition matches played on Saturday, June 2, are as follows.
C-Grade: Little Demons 4 (Shayne Rettke, Will Grant, James “Barney” Grant, Shelby Roberts) defeated Bemboka 0. This was a great game with both teams showing great skill, making the game quite enjoyable to watch. Shelby Roberts played an excellent game for Little Demons, strong in both attack and defence. Rebekah Ringland and Renee Glenn combined well in attack, providing Bemboka with plenty of scoring opportunities, however, unfortunately unsuccessful. Both teams put in a fantastic effort.
Westies 8 (Josh Goward 3, Renee Rollason 2, Gemma Hukins, Nikki Hazelgrove, James Dedman) defeated Candelo 1 (Nick Walker).
B-Grade: Bijou Buildings 5 (Tim Lukins 3, Kristy Galvin 2) defeated Candelo 0.
Bemboka 1 (Alison Irvine) drew Demons 1 (Andrew Ireland).
A-Grade: Bemboka 1 (Emma Geraghty) drew Coastroad Eagles 1 (Rebecca Coombes).
Momsen Motors 1 (Carla Lucas) defeated Merimbula Flicks 0.
PJ O’Brien Electronics 7 (Hayley Driscoll 2, Alisa Williams 2, Wendy Carless, Leigh Rogers, Tracey Leet) defeated Candelo 0.
There will be no FSCHA competition games played this weekend. The draw for next week will be in next Friday’s Bega District News.
Good luck to the U/12, U14 and U/16 girls who play in the ACTWHA Invitational Tournament this weekend in Canberra.
THE next Far South Coast Tennis Association junior tennis competition will be played at the Tathra Country Club Tennis Courts on the Sunday, June 17.
The starting time is 9am.
Children 10 and under, 12 and under 14, and 16 and under on the December 31, 2001, are invited to register.
The format will be Singles (Knockout); Doubles (Round Robin) entry fee $3.00 doubles, $2 singles.
Entry forms from Coach Andrew Kew and club contacts below.
Contact Helen Kelly 6494-1516, Margaret Nall 6494-1011, Andrew Kew 0412 539 550 or 6495-9175.
Bega Devils soccer
THE Waste People sponsored Bega Devils Soccer Club U/8s are still undefeated after a 5 to 2 win over Wolumla last weekend.
Goals scored were Dylan Matthews 3 and Jack Hukins 2.
Alison Hyland played well both in goals and on the field. Rodney Gowing made some great saves in goals during the second half. Jack and Dylan have things well worked out with Jack’s big kicks from the back to Dylan in the forwards.
The Waste People sponsored U/10s had a loss to Wolumla 2 to 0.
This was not too bad as Wolumla are on top of the ladder. Amy Gowing played well with some good kicks keep up the good work Amy. Liam had a good game in the backs.
The U/11s had a win over Wolumla 2 to 1. Simon and Jordan scored one goal each. This was a good game with both teams trying to get on top of the other, but Bega came out on top in the end to win.
The U/13s had a good game against Wolumla , but in the end had a narrow loss 2 to 0.
Bega is getting better as time goes on. Maybe they will be in for a win soon, let’s hope so anyway.
The U/15s White had a loss to Merimbula Green 6 to 0.
They had a good game but Merimbula were too good on the day. Clare Hill played well for Bega White.
The Traveland U/15s Red had a good win over Wolumla 5 to 1.
Adam Blacka scored 4 and Bradley Moon scored 1.
Bradley had a good game for his first game back this year. Matt Pratt had a great game in goals. It was good to see 11 under 15 year olds on the field for the first time this year.
Bega’s Youth team once again played without the services of several players, and although the lads from the 15’s that are called on each week put in invaluable games, Bega were out-played in every part of the game.
Adam Blacka, Matt Taylor and Andrew Ward displayed great spirit in backing up following their game. Special mention to Kiren Whittock who saved some great balls and Joe Harper who never stopped defending.
Daniel Walsh scored Bega’s only goal in the 7 to 1 loss.
The Ladies had a loss to Wolumla 2 to 0.
They were short of players again this week, which makes it hard on the rest of the team.
Thanks to the girls who filled in from the younger teams. Maybe when the team gets it together they can put some wins on the board.
The Bega All Age side did not play as Mallacoota had to forfeit because of lack of players.
TATHRA United Soccer Club U/15s played a 3-all draw against Mallacoota at Tathra on Sunday, June 3.
It was a good game and both sides played well.
Tathra was one up at half time thanks to a nice goal from Michael Healey.
The second half saw Otis Laurie put Tathra two up quite early, then Tathra nodded off a bit and Mallacoota got their second wind and scored three goals in quick time tom put themselves in the lead.
Close to full time an attack on Mallacoota’s goal produced a handball which gave Tathra a direct free kick from the dot which was nicely converted by Johnathon Green.
All in all a good game from Tathra all the players did well. Lack of concentration in the second half let them down a bit but they came back to force a draw.
THE B-C mini teams travelled north to Narooma where both teams played two games.
These young guys and girls are really playing some great football which is a real credit to them and great to watch from the sideline.
Under 8’s with the help from some Tuross lads, the B-C team had a very closely contested game against the boys from the Bay.
Justin McGovern playing his first game of League was a real crowd pleaser with some great runs and was very busy in defence.
Daniel Moore playing his first game of League made some good runs also.
Jason Gannon was just everywhere scoring tries and backing it up with some good defence.
Darcy Wotton is just getting better with each game, made some great runs and tackles.
Jade Wall was very busy in both attack and defence.
There second game with the help of the Bay boys the B-C team played Tuross.
Another very close game with all the boys playing their hearts out - well done lads, keep up the good work.
Under 9’s had a busy day where they were up against Moruya and Narooma respectively.
Ellen Gorrell, took the ball up with plenty of vigour all day and was very strong in defence.
Matty Parson was a real terrier all day and was backed up well by Jordan O’Brien.
Josh Scrymeougeur found his way to the try-line for a double and a conversion. His defence was just first class - well done Josh.
Jess Donaghy made some good runs as did Chris Salway.
Newcomer to the team, Steven Cook was in the thick of the action all day with some good runs and strong defence - well done Steve and welcome aboard.
The Raiders visit to Cobargo Public School was a real treat for all our young players.
We would like to thank the boys for sparing a little time for our kids. They really enjoyed it. Thanks also to the staff of the school.
We are still short of numbers in all ages. Training is at Narira Oval on both Tuesday and Thursday starting at 5.00pm - hope to see you there!
BEGA Valley Christian College student Simon Mead of Cobargo has been selected in the NSW Combined Independent Schools Open/U18s Rugby League team.
The team will compete at the Australian Championships to be held in Perth in early July.
Simon, who is still only 15, was selected after two trials conducted at Narrabeen Sports Academy last weekend.
The other 19 players in the team in the are from the Sydney Area.
The team lost to a Manly team last week, but is hoping to beat the ACT team when they play them in Bowral next week.
In the next few weeks the team is hoping to play a Sydney Roosters side and then a representative team from France.
RESULTS of the Far South Coast Rugby Union Zone Competition Round 7 played on Saturday, June 2, are as follows:
Vincentia 25 points against Broulee 15 points; Batemans Bay 60 points against Bay-2 0 points; Both Braidwood and Bermagui-Cobargo had bye.
A General Bye occurs on Saturday, June 9. However, on the day at Hanging Rock Oval, Batemans Bay there will be Rugby games played to celebrate the Batemans Bay Rugby Club’s 20th Anniversary.
From 12.30pm there will be Golden Oldies games played and at 2.30pm the main event of the day will kick off in which the Far South Coast Zone Representative Team will play against an Invitation side.
The Zone Team has representatives from all clubs with the following players chosen:
From Batemans Bay are Dallas Smith, Greg Humphries, John Maher, Kirk Hargreaves, Simon Trewin, Paul Brown and James Gifford. Representing Bermagui-Cobargo are: Craig Lewis, Warren Marshall, David Ireland and Adam Brunton.
Andrew Rose and Craig Coe will be representing Braidwood.
From Broulee Tony Ward, Lee Cooper, Daniel Nott, Jason Ryan, David Gwyne and Shane Clarke, and Shane Rodgers, Jeff Boardman, Peter Brown, Nathaniel Lee, Cameron Bendle, Tom Hewson and Gary Howarth will be representing Vincentia.
Round 8 of the Far South Coast Rugby Union Zone will be played on Saturday, June 16, with the following games:
Bermagui-Cobargo versus Bay-2 at Cobargo oval; Braidwood versus Vincentia at Braidwood; Broulee versus Batemans Bay at Broulee.
Competition points up to and including Round 7 are Vincentia 31, Batemans Bay 27, Braidwood 23, Broulee 17, Bermagui-Cobargo 12, Bay-2 9.
Bega Junior squash
THERE were some really close games played last Friday night in the Bega Junior squash competition semi finals and right up until the captains went on in both divisions it could have been anybody’s game.
A big “thank you” to the following Senior Club Members: Dennis Curtis, Janelle Sturt, Grant Davis, Allison and Greg Coman, and also to Ladies Club Member Kathy Fox for the scoring and refereeing they did through the night.
A big reminder for tonight that all three divisions will be starting at 6.00pm sharp.
The following players are needed:
Division 1 - Manhattan CafÈ plays Bega Bobcats: Craig Ryan v Georg Schad; Ryan Curtis v Chris Sturt; Dylan Curtis v Adam Twyford; Anthony Beht v sub Matthew Inskip; Andrew Ward v Owen Blacker.
Division 2 - V & H Motor Repairs plays Telesat Services: Sam Kennedy v Ryan Davis; Seannade Halpin v Troy Johnson; Leon Blacker v Kate Whitford; Taharnee Ball v Mathew Beresford; Clark D’Arcy v Emily Edwards.
PS: If you cannot play in the Grand-Final please ring Keri Blacker on 6492-1585 a.s.a.p.
Results from the Semi-Finals
Division 1: Manhattan CafÈ v Toy Kingdom 11-7: Craig Ryan 3 v Tate Dawson 0; Ryan Curtis 0 v Bradley Moon 3; Dylan Curtis 3 v Damien Collins 0; Anthony Beht 3 v Mark Zonneveld 1; Andrew Ward 1 v Matthew Inskip 3.
In the Grand Final tonight Manhattan CafÈ vs The Bega Bobcats.
The winner of the Division 1 Top Video Award for last week was Andrew Ward.
Division 2: Telesat Services v Fletchers Fotographics 12-8: Ryan Davis 3 v Riley Coman 0; Troy Johnson 3 v Elly McGann 1; Kate Whitford 3 v Dane Fox 2; Mathew Beresford 0 v Mandy Bastian 3; Emily Edwards 3 v Katie Edwards 2.
In the Grand Final tonight Telesat Services vs V&H Motor Repairs.
The winner of Division 2 Top Video Award winner for last week was Elly McGann.
Division 3: Perry’s Menswear vs Bega Carpet Choice 5-1: Mary Grainger 32/2 v Holly Dixon 22/0; Cassie Beresford 30/0 v Melissa Saxton 31/1; Casey Twyford 31/1 v Corey Legge 27/0; Lauren Fox 35/1 v Genevieve Grainger 22/0; Tyson Moon 29/1 v Matt Legge 15/0.
Kothe & Partners and Perry’s Menswear are playing the Final tonight.
Play will commence at 6pm sharp so please have all team members ready.
The Top Video voucher was won by Cassie Beresford.
To arrange a substitute for the Finals please phone Cathy Blacker on 6492-3535.
Bega Rifle Club
ON SATURDAY, June 2, the Bega Rifle Club held a championship shoot over 300 yards at its Tarraganda range.
The shoot consisted of two ten shot matches with a total possible of 100 for the day.
Conditions for the shoot were acceptable with inconsistent light and a devilish breeze that seemed to be harsher on others.
Despite the sometimes devilish breeze Ramon Hatcher managed to shoot the perfect score with one twenty shot match.
Scores for the day are: Ramon Hatcher 100.10 (one twenty shot match), Paul Lawler 49.4+48.3=97.7; Robert Lawler 47.5+49.2=96.5; Janice Robinson 48.2+48.3=96.5; Ole Ersaver 48.3+47.1=95.4; Phil Donoghue 45.3+49.4=94.7.
On Sunday, June 3, Bega club members travelled to Cooma to take part in that club’s centenary shoot.
Conditions for the shoot were pleasant with good light and a fickle wind.
Despite the conditions the Bega Club members performed well with Robert Lawler winning B-Grade and Janice Robinson a close second.
Scores for the day are: Paul Lawler 50.3+48.4+50=148.7; Robert Lawler 49.4+49.3+49.3=147.10; Ramon Hatcher 48.2+49.2+50.2=147.6; Janice Robinson 47.3+49.3+49.3=145.9.
On Saturday, June 9 there will be a 400 yard shoot to commence at 1pm.
Visitors and new members are always welcome for more information phone Robert Lawler on 6492-3612 or 0417 109 647.