Posted on: 17 September
24 January 2021
Last Saturday’s final round of the Summer Cup saw Rulie Steinfort storm around the course with a sizzling 41 points to clinch the Ladies title whilst Mark Rainsford added 39 points to his 3 previous consistent rounds to clinch the Men’s title.
Gaye Wilson was runner up to Rulie on Saturday with 33 points whilst Lindy Edwards, Peta Risojevic and Angela Andrews all scored 32 points to win a ball each.
Mark took out the A Grade in Saturday’s event with Peter Devereux runner up with 37 points. Mal Crockett won B Grade with 40 points from Roy Hankinson with 36 points, whilst Tom Lloyd won C Grade with 41 points from Richard Hill with 36 points.
Greg Abraham led the ball winners with 35 points, followed by George Froeschl with 35 points, Mark Wiggins with 35 points, Sean Smith with 34 points, Tony Monday with 34 points, John Harris with 34 points, Peter Smith with 34 points, David Goggin with 34 points and Steve Young with 35 points.
Nearest the Pin went to Col Langdon on 9 and Peter Smith on 17.
Wednesday’s Ladies Single Stableford was won by Peta Risojevic with 31 points, from Val Leitch with 30 points, Rulie Steinfort with 30 points and Gaye Wilson with 29 points.
Brian Searl took out A Grade in Wednesday’s Men’s Single Stableford with 37 points whilst Denis Minehan won B Grade with 40 points and John Harris won C Grade with 37 points.
Balls went to Mike Introna with 36 points, Neil Mackenzie with 36 points, Peter Smith with 35 points, Kerry Blencowe with 35 points, Dave Robinson with 35 points, Tim Bedingfeld with 33 points, Tony Monday with 34 points, Geoff Bohringer with 34 points and Adam Robinson with 34 points.
Sunday’s Medley Single Stableford was taken out by Hunter Caldwell with 39 points from Tom Stewart with 38 points.
Steve Young led the ball winners with 35 points, from Ben Smith with 35 points, Angela Andrews with 32 points, Dave Stewart with 32 points, Jamie Woodcock with 32 points, Dens Minehan with 30 points, Peta Risojevic with 30 points and Phil Amey with 28 points.