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50 Wednesday September 6, 2017
Cooma Field and Game Club’s Father’s Day Shoot
Charlie Kimber, Ken Jones and Marg Warriner participating in the 3 shooter team event.
A good turnout at the inaugural Father’s Day Shoot.
Cooma Field and Game held a Novelty shoot
on Sunday to celebrate Father’s Day.
It was a shortened program and offered
shooters an alternative activity on Father’s
day. It was the first time the club has had a
shoot like this but was well received and may
well become a fixed date on the calendar.
Very windy conditions didn’t scare off the
24 brave souls who were happy to have a
red hot shot at targets that seemed to have
a mind of their own, with wind gusts up to
70km an hour the small clay targets were
being buffeted and their trajectory was difficult
The day started out with 2 x rounds of
15 target Compak “A” range a little more
sheltered than B range.
Then we moved on to the Novelty events
with pairs shooting four simultaneous targets
and then three shooter teams shooting 30
random targets. Good fun.
Event 1 Compak 30 targets.
High Gun. Adam Mower 22/30
A/AA 1st Chris Robinson 20/30. 2nd Bill
B.1st Adam Mower 22/30. 2nd Russell
C. 1st Charlie Kimber18/30. 2nd Lindsey
Ladies 1st Penny White 17/30. Marg
Two shooter teams
1st Chris Robinson, Marg Warriner 12/20
2nd Ed Oslins, Penny White 10/20
Three Shooter Teams.
1st Craig Bottom, Adam Rowling, Chris
Equal 2nd. Bill Warriner, Wendy Crouch,
Oscar Mower, Shaun Rowling, Luke
Cooma field and Games next shoot is
on September 17 “The Rabbit Challenge”
sponsored by Snowy Plains Merino Stud.
It is also the first leg of the Coomagui
cup an event held with Bermagui Gun
Club every year. Everybody is welcome to
come along have a look or even have a go.
For more information call Andrew 0413
013 689 or Adam 0410 507 279 or visit
CNPS Interschool results
Walker-Broose, Heidi Siebuhr
and Emerson Crandell who
competed in the Interschools
Snowsports Competition last
Lottie came 4th individually
in the Division 4 cross country
freestyle event, Heidi Siebuhr
came 10th in the Division 4
Alpine and 28th in SkierX and
Emerson came 32nd in Division
5 Alpine and 33rd in Skier X.
A fantastic achievement!
Lottie in Cross Country
skiing and Heidi in Alpine
have been invited to represent
Cooma North at the Australian
Championships in Mt Buller
Coolamatong golf news
MEN’S AND LADIES RESULTS:
As another winter draws to a close,
with the last competition round of the
season, this winter has been quite
unusual; much drier than normal,
many frosty mornings, beautiful golfing
conditions (including this Wednesday),
interpersed with days from Antarctica,
with winds to match, and some
snow thrown in for good measure.
Thank you again to Peter Higgins
for supplying the large replacement
slow combustion heater with fan; it
has been so welcome on the frigid
days. The fields have been very
good throughout the winter, despite
understandable absences. So it’s now
on to Spring, the Par 3 Charity Day,
and our Open Days in October.
MEN’S RESULTS: STABLEFORD
WITH ALLOWANCE FOR A MEDAL
ROUND DUE TO NO PLAY ON
The winner on the day, and the
wnner of the August Medal, was Tony
Perry with a net 70 and 37 points.
The Medal Runner Up was Ken
Kable with a net 71 from the previous
Wednesday. Second on the day itself
was Clinton Starr with 36 points, Craig
WIlliams was third with 35 points, and
Ross Thompson was fourth with 34
Ross Thompson had the best gross
on the substitute Medal day with a
Nearest the Pins 8th: Tim
Gregson 15th: Tim Gregson (please
don’t ask Tim how he did it) 17th:
With another small but dedicated field,
the winner was Mary Obermaier and
the runner up was Jan O’Halloran.
Betty Thompson joined them for 9
Nearest the Pins 3rd: Mary
Obermaier 8th: Mary Obermaier 17th:
MEN’S AND LADIES RESULTS;
The first competition in Spring was
played by a good sized field in winds
reaching 7 on the Beaufort Scale (28-
33 knots; Near Gale), which gusted
across the course, in stark contrast
to their being almost no wind on
Wednesday. Ken Kable lost the screen
of his golf cart at one stage, and
Laurie Whitehead is still looking for
one of the nearest-the-pin markers.
Large snowfalls are on the way,
due on the course on Monday and
MEN’S COMPETITION RESULTS:
MONTHLY MEDAL STROKE
Playing what must be one of the best
competition rounds this year, Arthur
Owens defied the elements and won
with a net 71; a scratch score of 87,
also the best of the day. Well done
to Arthur! Remaining in good form,
Ken Kable was second with a net 74;
Laurie Whitehead was third with a net
77, and fourth was Bill Quin with a net
Laurie Whitehead 15th: Laurie
Whitehead 17th: Tony Perry
STABLEFORD The ladies played a
nine hole competition, in deference
to the wild weather, and played the
more wind exposed nine to boot!
Jan O’Halloran scored 15 points,
and Betty Thompson had 10 points.
Betty’s golf cart survived the ordeal
Nearest the Pins 17th: Jan
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