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Golf Report - 5 June 2022

On Monday May 30th the ladies pennant team played in the 5th qualifying round of the Dalhousie Pennant season. In atrocious weather conditions Marysville played Romsey at Kilmore and Marysville won 3 -2. It was a great effort from the ladies who just soldiered on with determination. Well played Miriam Page, Helen Howard, Jenny Coleman, Lesley Rundle and Beverley Bellman. On Monday June 6thMarysville returned to Kilmore to play Lancefield in the final of Div. 2. Yea and Seymour played in the Div. 1 final and the results will be given in next week’s report.


On Saturday a few stoic golfers tackled the drizzling rain and played a stroke round for the June monthly medal. The ladies medal winner was Margaret Blair (32) with nett 79 on a countback from Jody Doran (11). Peter Lilley (19) won the men’s competition with nett 68 followed by Jim Bissett (19) with nett 69. The nearest the pins were won by Travers Stow, Adam Littlejohn, Peter Lilley and Duncan Talbot. Jim Bissett won the putting with 24 putts. At the presentation Alan and Helen Howard were wished a happy caravan trip around Australia which they begin after the long weekend. Next Saturday members will play a stableford round and the men’s round will incorporate the final of the Barton Cup.


It was with sadness that the Marysville members heard of the death of popular Alexandra and Dalhousie District Life Member Gwenda Martin. She was a stalwart of the golfing world and even in her later years showed great interest in the local golfing scene. Her expertise for numbers was legendary and she assisted with the cards and results many times at the Marysville ladies Bowl and tournament. Gwenda was just a few weeks short of 101 years of age. Our condolences to Gwenda’s family who were with her when she died peacefully.


Lesley Rundle

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