The top covey on show in the Wednesday Darsha Insurance Brokers IPS produced the three prizewinners - Barend Burger (39), Bennie Claasen (37) and Adrian McLaren (37)
A total of 13.25 points in the final Sealing Solution League outing, singles matchplay one on two, had Mr. Delivery leap to the front of the A division on a winning aggregate 34.25 points. Lenong, who lost the final encounter to the winners, were the runners-up on 26.25. C-Pac were third on 25.25 with the Eagles fourth on 19.5.
Similarly, 10 points by Coastal Hire ensured a first-place finish in the B division on an aggregate 36 points. The Motley Crew, who also lost to the winners, were runners-up on 33.25. The Golf Shop was third on 30, with Sealing Solutions fourth on 10.25.
Pierre de Klerk posted 41 individual stableford points to win Saturday’s annual Wesley Methodist Church golf fund-raiser. Hannes Herselman was the runner-up just one point behind, Susan Ferreira third on 39 points. The final prizewinners were Dudley Murray and Donald Whitebooi.
Gail Aysen enjoyed a convincing win in the Friday Sun Flamingo Niner, her score 23 points. Deuce Leburu was the runner-up on 21 points. Reagan Woodbridge was third on 20 in a count-out from Zunaid Mobara. OT Manyetsa was fifth on 19 points.
Only one point separated the first three competitors in the Thursday KWV Niner. Combined, the players recorded three eight-pointers and three six-pointers. The net result, first to third, was Dave Wilson (28), Dave Benade (27) and Meyer Meintjies (27). This was followed by the Powerplay draw for the 5lt Roodeberg, which, through the last six outings had 97 successful powerplay tickets. The winner was Wedge Crozier.
The top covey on show in the Wednesday Darsha Insurance Brokers IPS produced the three prizewinners – Barend Burger (39), Bennie Claasen (37) and Adrian McLaren (37).
The Coming Week
This week sees the Leon’s House of Liquor IPS tomorrow, the Thursday KWV Powerplay Niner and the Friday Sun Flamingo Niner and snowball draw.
On Saturday there is a Club IPS and a challenge between the Ladies Section and the NCSSG, with 36 players involved.