B and A grade matchplay handicap champions David Whytcross and Craig Healey

December 08, 2017

B and A grade matchplay handicap champions David Whytcross and Craig Healey

Captains trophy winner Steve Jones

Presidents trophy winner Tyson McCoomb

B grade nett winner Simon Locke

Senior champion George O'Sullivan

Doug Riley Memorial winner Simon Punta

D grade Champion David Crockett

David Pearson with the RRGC Mixed Foursomes Trophy

Brad and Jordan Mason - winners of the Father and Son Trophy

Junior Champion and Reg Taylor Memorial Winner Blair Christie

Elizabeth Easther and Barbara Sands.

Margaret Mould, Maree Ciavarella and Christine Kelly.

Rich River


JAYDEN Dixon continued his great form to take out A grade on Tuesday with Joel Watson and Dave Kelly in hot pursuit.

Ted Fordham had his best round of the year to win B grade with Michael Davidson and David Baillie also having fine rounds.

It was the battle of the board in C grade with president Peter Boek runner-up to John Meincke for the major prize.

There were one hundred and fifty-eight in the field on the west course with 41 stableford points winning a voucher.

A grade:1st: Jayden Dixon (42), 2nd: Joel Watson (41), 3rd: David Kelly (41).

B grade:1st: Ted Fordham (46), 2nd: Michael Davidson (44), 3rd: David Baillie (44).

C grade:1st: John Meincke (47), 2nd: Peter Boek (45), 3rd: Mick Mulvahill (45).

NTPs:4th: Wayne Campbell, Trevor Hay and Gary Butler. 8th: Barry Morrison, Steven Malley and John South. 13th: Jayden Dixon, Brian Sharp and Greg Murdoch.

Eagle:6th: David Kelly, 11th: Neil Edwards.

Super-pin:4th: Trevor Hay ($107).

Neil Edwards and Col Masenhelder combined brilliantly to defeat Robert Jefferson and Ian Fisher on a countback in the 4BBB stableford event on Thursday.

Des Chapman and Kevin Crack were only one shot behind.

Sweet swinging John Stratton claimed the super-pin on the fourth.

There were seventy-one pairs on the west course with forty-five points winning a voucher.

A grade:1st: on a countback Neil Edwards and Col Masenhelder (50), 2nd: Robert Jefferson and Ian Fisher (50), 3rd: Des Chapman and Kevin Crack (49).

NTPs: 4th: John Stratton, Stephen Moss and Graeme Birch. 8th: Des Carey, Noel Wallace and Greg Brierley 13th: Nick Batchelor, John Devitt and John Vagg.

Super-pin: 4th: John Stratton ($111).

Fifty-eight hardy souls played the east course on Saturday, which was in good condition despite the record rains for Echuca-Moama.

It was good weather for turtles, but four “turtles” of the human variety were the only group to not finish the round.

Darryn Jones defeated Mark Lynch on a countback with Kaine Anderson’s recent good form putting him in third place.

Thirty-six points on a countback won a voucher.

A grade:1st: Darryn Jones (42), 2nd: Mark Lynch (42), 3rd: Kaine Anderson (41).

NTPs: 8th: Simon Locke, Jason Cartlidge and Ian Maddison. 16th: Rory Priddle, Kevin Humbert and Des Pentreath.

Eagle: 1st: Andrew Harris.


THE Rich River women’s Christmas event started with breakfast under the sails on Wednesday.

Both players and carts were colourfully decked out to reflect the season before attempting a four person puttose on the West course.

A three way countback determined the placegetters.

Results:1st: Marg Morgan, Sharon Charlton, Lorraine Healy and Gil Crawford (51), 2nd: Bernie Smith, Lee Boulton, Josie Kirkman and Karen Fitzgerald (51), 3rd: Chris Kelly, Kerry McLoughlan, Marilyn Robins and Trish Williams (51).

Super-pin:A: Joy Kelly, B: Sandy Harvey, C: Marilyn Morrell.

NTPs:A: Karen Fitzgerald, B: Heather Berryman, C: Natalie Durrant.

The stroke event scheduled for Saturday was cancelled due to rain.

A large field of 42 players took part in a nine hole stableford round on the east course on Monday.

Division 1:1st: Ros Pellegrino (20), 2nd: on a countback Kerry McLoughlan (19), 3rd: Toni Holmes (19).

Division 2:1st: Lorraine Bowman (23), 2nd: on a countback Leonie Dunne (20), 3rd: Kay Sargentson (20).

Super pin: 3rd: Ruth Turpin.

The ball rundown went to 17 points.

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