Felicity wins memorial trophy at Singleton open

16/06/2019 // by admin

SINGLETON Ladies Open Day sponsored by Coal & Allied was played in perfect autumn conditions, with 48 players coming from clubs all over the Valley.
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SOCIAL: Colleen Rock, Helen Castledine and Debbie Cooper.

Winning the Barbara Thomson Memorial Trophy Best Scratch, Score Felicity Pearce with 87

Carl Brown Trophy Best Nett, Shanelle Thomas

Scratch Div 1 Felicity Pearce, R/U Sue Wilks (Mus) 88

Scratch Div 2 Marion Flanagan (Mus) 98, R/U Wendy Peters 101

Scratch Div 3 M Lewelyn (Merriwa) 115 R/U B Boreham (Kurri)116

Nett Div 1 Helen Castledine 72 on c/b R/U Cheryl Thomson 72

Nett Div 2 H Good ( Beresfield) 75 R/U C Constable 76

Nett Div 3 M Garvey (Branxton) 78 R/U Dana Hudson 79

Stableford Div 1 Jenelle Coe 33 points, Div 2 B Watson 31 points, Div 3 J Copeland (Beresfield) 30 points.

Coal & Allied Mt Thorley/Warkworth Best Stableford Singleton Player, Shanelle Thomas, Visiting player Leesa Robinson (Branxton)

Straightest Drive on the 4th & Vets winner Shanelle Thomas

Super Vets winner Wendy Peters

Longest Drive Div 2 Louise Morrissey

Today’s results are a family affair with Felicity Pearce winning the Major Prize, her Mother Shanelle Thomas winning the Carl Brown Trophy, Shanelle’s mother Mary Petrie has won the Carl Brown Trophy on three occasions, Felicity’s daughter Josephine is now the fourth generation to play the sport.

Singleton Ladies are very grateful to Coal & Allied for there generous donation.

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