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Reanna Matthews blows course apart

New champion: Leongatha ladies golf new club champion and course record holder is Reanna Matthews, pictured here with the card showing her record (on day two of the championships).

REANNA Matthews played some of the best golf you’d ever see to take out the Leongatha Golf Club’s ladies’ title last Wednesday.
Reanna won the title back in 2008 before Rebecca Thomas took out the championship in years 2009-2011. Now the title for 2012 is in Reanna’s hands!
Wednesday, May 23 was the final round of the club championships.
Congratulations to our new club champion Reanna Matthews with a fine 54 hole score of 229 which included a new course record during the second round. Runner-up was Rebecca Thomas with 251.
The field was sent out in reverse order, which gave many members the opportunity to watch some fantastic golf played by the ladies in the leading group.
B Grade champion is Anne Gibson 307 with Nancy Sperling 311 the runner-up.
C Grade champion: Joan Scott 328 with Glenyce McRobert 341 runner-up.
Senior Champion: Marg Berry 273.
D. M. Stubbs 54 hole Best net score: Reanna Matthews 226.
Seniors net: Joan Scott 238 countback Loris Clark.Top four in each grade qualify to play in the match play championship. If anyone is not available the next qualified player is included. 1st vs 4th and 2nd vs 3rd.
Qualifiers for each grade are: A Grade: 1. Rebecca Thomas 2. Mary Brewis 3. Marg Berry 4. Wendy Parker.
B Grade: 1. Joc Howson 2. Loris Clark 3. Marea Maher 4. Marion Bellingham.
C Grade: 1. Joan Scott 2. Glenyce McRobert 3. Lesley Renwick 4. Marg Danks.
Semi-finals are played on Monday June 25. Finals are played on Wednesday  June 27.
Wednesday May 23 2012 – stroke  36 players  (including 9 hole comp). Sponsored by Denis Hawkins.
A Grade: Marg Berry (11  net 77). B Grade: Marion Bellingham (28) net 76. C Grade: Pat West (41)  net 82.
Nearest  the  pin:  14th   Joan Scott, 16th: Trish Owen.
Down the line balls: 1. Trish Owen net 78, 2nd Marg Danks net 79, 3rd Anne Gibson net 79, 4th Mary Brewis net 80, 5th Julie Howard net 81, 6th Reanna Matthews net 81, 7th Joan Scott net 81,  countback three others.
Nine hole competition winner: Pat Moore 22 points.
Down the line balls: Pam Mullarvey 20 points.
Cashin Trophy singles knockout will be opening this week May 30 and closing next week June 6. Anyone interested can contact Toni or write their name on the list Wednesday May 30. As a trial this year, we are attempting to run the first round on a set day, it will be Wednesday June 13. Players in Cashin trophy will play matchplay and anyone not playing Cashin trophy will be playing stableford. I will explain in full once I have numbers for the Cashin trophy.

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