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52 Wednesday September 6, 2017
Men of League charity golf day in Bombala
Heading off for a round of golf for a good cause on
Saturday were Wayne Elton and Ray Crawford.
Men of League Welfare Officer, Brian Morgan presented
Bombala’s Coby Robinson with a signed Manly jersey
while grandfather, Athol Dent watched on.
Winners of the day were Nick Ryan, Joel Cherry and Luke
Kimber (absent from photo, Clay Stewart).
It was only a small group of
supporters who took part,
but all of those who hit off in
the Southern Monaro Men of
League Charity Golf Day in
Bombala on Saturday had a
great day on the course.
A group of 18 golfers
registered for the day, with
plenty of laughs being shared
as players of all skill levels got
in and had a go for charity.
The winners on the day
were Nick Ryan, Clay
Stewart, Joel Cherry and
Luke Kimber, while the
runners up were Paul
Halligan, Kevin Elliott, Glen
Bedingfield and Callum
A great meal was shared
and raffles drawn back at the
club house that afternoon,
presentation was also made.
The Men of League were
pleased to present local lad,
Coby Robinson with a signed
Manly jersey following his
recovery from serious illness
Athol Dent is a member,
and this is the first donation
we have made as Southern
Monaro Men of League,” a
Naturally Coby and his
family were grateful for the
jersey, and a happy afternoon
was spent at the Bombala
Golf Club supporting a good
Thanks goes to John
Ratcliffe and Hippy Johnson
for their cooking on the day,
to the Bombala Golf Club
and IGA Bombala for their
support, and to all of those
who helped make the day a
The Southern Monaro Men of League Charity Golf Day was a happy success in Bombala on Saturday.
Bombala Golf Club Results
Wednesday there was no golf for
the Ladies, they were busy in the
kitchen catering. They were better off
in there with the weather being very
unpleasant for golf.
Saturday was Men of League
Numbers were down on last year
but those attending had a great day.
The winning group was Nick Ryan,
Clay Stewart, Joel Cherry and Luke
Kimber 51.5 Nett.
These chaps must have broken
the record for quickest round of golf
playing the last nine holes in just
over the hour. Believe Clay was
celebrating his birthday and had to
attend a birthday lunch. Hope you
made it on time Clay. Happy Birthday.
The Runners Up were Paul
Kevin Elliott, Glen
Bedingfield and Cullan Bedingfield
Sunday the chaps brave enough to
take on the gale force winds played
a Stableford for G. Johnsons Trophy.
They reported a couple of trees
down and a lot of rubbish on the
Pepper Thompson must be able to
handle the wind winning with 40 pts.
Balls were won by Pepper, Herbie
Elliott on a c/b from Leon Jones with
No one won NTP.
GOLF PROGRAM FOR THE
LADIES. Wednesday 6.9 .17.
Association Medal. Stroke.
Saturday 9.9.17. Stableford. Club
MEMBERS. Saturday 9.9 .17.
Mulligan. Stableford. S . Stephen
Sunday 10.9.17. Par. Club Trophy.
MEMBERS PLEASE NOTE.
The ACT Monaro Sand Green
Championships at Delegate is the
16.9 .17 not as per our programme.
DUTY ROSTER. Saturday 9.9 .17.
Cooma gymnasts compete in ACT
Back row left to right: Coach Linda Quodling, Lucy Thornton,
Julia Davies, Breanna Cowell, Coach Alison Czolij.
Pictured middle row left to right:Clara Thornton, Bella Cay,
Tyra Morgan, Kate Carton.
Pictured front row Left to right: Tia Quodling, Tanisha Bartlett, Adele Lunt.
squad had their first
ever competition at
the ACT Acrobatics
on August 27, held
represented with local
acrobats from the ages
of six to 14.
It was a very exciting
day with all three groups
winning medals in levels
2, 3 and 5 trio division.
This event has wrapped
up our competition
gymnasts are all eager
to get working towards
our end of year concert,
which will be held at the
Multi Function Centre on
November 25 and 26.
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