1st Paul Smith (2) 35pts2ndMark Stanley (8) 29pts3rd Gordon Melia (17) 29ptsNear Pins: Paul Smith, Dave Ashman and Gerry CooneyWednesday, April 2, Khao Kheow B & A – StablefordEverybody’s favourite course (well almost) attracted a field of 19 to form 2 flights of good and aspiring to be good golfers. Continuing the recent trend, we encountered no holdups on arrival and our first 3-ball teed off on time, not catching up with another group until the final hole.Temperatures and humidity are creeping up into the seriously leaking bracket and with very little breeze for respite today there were a few participants running out of puff towards the end. Course conditions were good with the greens slower than usual and the fairways still quite hard and in need of some rain. A couple of very light showers passed overhead but not enough to make any difference.The weather definitely took its toll on the field, with only Tony Robbins (37pts) in A flight and Neil Griffin with 36 in B flight posting par or better scores. Struggling on the back nine, it was lucky for Neil that he amassed 23 points on the front although unfair calls of applying the brakes could be heard from one of his victim’s in the sixes.A negative mark for the golf club at this time of year is the wheeling out of “trainee” caddies during the school holidays for the same price of experienced personnel.A Flight1st Tony Robbins (12) 37pts2nd Paul Smith (2) 33pts3rd Gerry Cooney (14) 32ptsB Flight1st Neil Griffin (24) 36pts2nd Kenny Chung (25) 34pts3rd Tom McDowell (21) 30ptsNear Pins: Paul Smith, Geoff Hart (2) and Geoff ParkerFriday, April 4, Bangpra – StablefordThe Bangpra course is currently in excellent condition (pity people at Mountain Shadow and Crystal Bay don’t drop in and see how to maintain bunkers). Heavy shower on first two holes then hot and humid with thunder rolling around hills provided some challenging weather conditions. The first two groups got round in well under 4 hours but there were big delays to next group as they got caught by another heavy shower.A Flight1st Gerry Cooney (14) 35pts2nd Colin Greig (6) 33pts3rd Geoff Parker (15) 31ptsB Flight1st Geoff Cox (16) 32pts2nd Tom McDowell (21) 31pts3rd Kenny Chung (25) 30ptsNear Pins: Keith Allen, Gerry Cooney (2) and Kenny Chung.Note: The Bunker Boys are a PSC affiliated golf society, who now play out of The Ranch bar on Pattaya 3rd Road (in front of the fire station, and almost opposite the Buffalo Bar). We play on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, so if you enjoy a fun day out, and a friendly but competitive golf competition why not come and join us.We meet at The Ranch at 9 a.m. for breakfast and transportation, and new players are always welcome. Contact “Buff” on 086 046 5091 or 080 605 5663 or go to website: www.bunkersociety.com. PSC golf Bunker Boys @ The RanchMonday, March 31, Treasure Hill – StablefordThirteen players turned up to be greeted with an empty course. It was a fine day that turned out very hot and humid and the course was in excellent condition and extremely good value at THB800. They are really working hard on this course and it is turning into a real championship venue. It played like it today and the decision to play off the white tees, which were well back, added to the difficulty. Only Paul Smith handled it well with an excellent gross 75 (net 73) for 35 points, aided by birdies on the final three holes. The next best score on the day was just 29 points.Gerry Cooney.
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The Nelson Daily SportsQuick-starting Valley West Hawks used some early offence to take a pair of B.C. Major Midget Hockey League games from the Kootenay Ice during weekend action in the Fraser Valley.The fifth-place Hawks scored three times in each of the two games to stop the Ice 5-3 Saturday at the South Surrey Arena and 6-2 Sunday in Langley at the George Preston Rec Centre.Kevan Kilistoff, Kyle Burroughs and Trevor Cox scored first period goals to stake the Hawks to an early 3-0 lead.Nelson’s Joren Johnson gave Kootenay some brief life with a goal midway through the second frame. But Kilistoff and Ram Brar scored before the period ended to put the game away.Castlegar’s Jesse Knowler had the other goal for Kootenay.Saturday, Kootenay, winless in 12 games, opened the scoring when Carsen Willans of Nelson potted a marker 26 seconds into the game.However, the lead was short lived as Valley West tied the game 24 seconds later before adding two more goals to conclude the period with a 3-1 lead.Knowler and Luke Bertolucci of Trail scored in the second period as Kootenay cut the margin to 4-3. But the Hawks’ Neil James scored the only marker of the third period to give the home side the win.Kootenay, 2-13-3, returns home this weekend for a pair of games against the third-place Greater Vancouver Canadians.Game time Saturday at the NDCC Arena is 5:45 p.m. Sunday the teams drop the puck at 10:30 firstname.lastname@example.org
print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email Stylist and presenter Marietta Doran will be the celebrity judge at the SuperValu Ladies Day at Roscommon Racecourse on Monday, July 4th. For the second year in a row, six SuperValu shops in the region have come together to sponsor the annual Ladies Day event which attracts large crowds every year. The winner of the Best Dressed competition will walk away with a top prize of €2,000, while the nine runners-up will each receive €100.The theme for this year’s competition is ‘Fourth of July’ which is Independence Day in the United States. Entrants are asked to incorporate some red, white or blue into their outfits or accessories. Ladies DAy Judge Marietta Doran. Judge Marietta Doran commented:“I am really looking forward to judging Ladies Day at Roscommon Races on Monday, July 4th and I hope to see everyone embracing the ‘Fourth of July’ theme. I will be looking for ‘head-to-toe’ glamour, colour and a nod to current summer trends. My choice of Best Dressed Lady will exude confidence, be comfortable in her own skin and look amazing.”The following SuperValu shops are sponsoring the event:Michael Smith, SuperValu, MonkslandAnthony Cahill, SuperValu, CastlereaPadraig Glancy, SuperValu, Carrick-on-ShannonShane Fleming, SuperValu, RoscommonBernard Keane, SuperValu, LanesboroJohn Duffy, SuperValu, BallaghadereenPadraig Glancy, SuperValu Carrick on Shannon, County Roscommon, said:“Our sponsorship of last year’s SuperValu Ladies Day was a huge success. There was great style among the entrants and especially the finalists and the overall winner. Many local people attended the event and had a thoroughly enjoyable day. There was a real sense of community which is an important part of the SuperValu ethos and we are delighted to be involved once again.”Fiona Glynn from Ballinasloe, an Assistant Gym Manager and Personal Trainer in Athlone IT was the winner of last year’s Best Dressed Lady competition at Roscommon’s SuperValu Ladies Day, winning the top prize of €2,000 cash.The seven-race flat card goes to post at approximately 6pm.