Tatura trio in second place
Invergordon has claimed first innings points in its S.J. Perry Shield D-grade clash against Tatura and will push for a possible outright victory on the second day of play.
The stableford event sponsored by Mitre 10 was played in perfect sunny conditions, making for some good scores. Janette Hayward won A-grade with 37 points, closely followed by Sue Turnbull with 36 points. B-grade winner was Phyl Fiddes who had the best score of the day with 40 points. Kerry Gross, who has only recently taken up golf, had a lovely score of 36 points to be runner-up in B-grade.
Shepparton United has claimed hosting rights for Cricket Shepparton’s A-grade one-day final after finishing on top of the table.
The warm weather came in a little early, with some ladies battling to adjust to the heat as they played the stableford event.
Tatura brought up its third consecutive win thanks to its lower order hanging tough to score much-needed runs.
Six Goulburn Murray Golf Association (GMGA) players have qualified for the State Finals of Play 9 at Royal Melbourne on Sunday, November 4.
Waaia was prepared for a big score to come from Tatura and the Bombers could not meet the 198 runs set for victory.
Rain on Saturday morning deterred many golfers from playing in the Baden Hill Perpetual four-ball and those that played before noon soon had their brollies up.
Daniel Nichols started off his campaign in charge of East Shepparton with the full support of his team allowing it to celebrate a narrow six-shot win against Hill Top.
Tatura has broken through for its first victory of the Haisman Shield season on the back of a number of stellar performances against Northerners.
The Stroke round sponsored by Drummond Golf was played in fine but windy conditions.
Katandra produced a dominant Haisman Shield performance to bounce back from an opening round loss in style.
Saturday’s competition was two-person Ambrose for Electricians Day, so the puns were running hot with comments about ‘‘shocking’’ shots, ‘‘fully charged’’ drives and the like.
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