Our annual Spring Carnival was completed on Sunday after four days of very competitive golf croquet.
Forty-two players participated in a break-up of three blocks of doubles and six blocks of singles, with all players taking part in both doubles and singles.
With the weather being in our favour there were no hold-ups and the event ran to schedule.
Friday night saw the players and some guests enjoy a great night out to celebrate our 25th anniversary at our carnival dinner held upstairs at the Empire Hotel.
There were a lot of photos and memorabilia displayed on the night which drew a lot of attention from all who attended.
The club is continuing to display the photos and memorabilia for anyone who was unable to attend on the night.
Then on Sunday at the end of play we were all treated to a barbecue lunch, followed by sweets before all the winners were announced.
The winner of the A Block singles was Doug Leabeater of Young, with runner-up going to Graham Innocent of Forster Club.
B Block Singles winner was Barry Waters of Lismore Club and Edna Kelly of Forster Club was the runner-up.
C Block singles winner was John Friend of the Blue Mountains, and runner-up was Reigh McCoy of Young.
D Block singles winner was Ken Langton of Young, with Sandra Houchin runner-up.
E Block singles winner was Carol Leak of Jamberoo Club, and Ken Fowler of Cobram Club was runner-up.
F Block winner was John Collins of Albury with Penny Howarth of Sutherland Club taking out the runners-up position.
In the doubles section the A Block winners were Sue Luckie of Young with Peter Moffatt of Albury.
The runners-up in this category were Jan Subbie of Jamberoo partnered by Edna Kelly.
B Block winners were Sandra Howchin of Jamberoo and Reigh McCoy of Young.
The runners-up were Kay Moffat of Albury partnered by Jan Laughan of the Blue Mountains Club.
C Block winners were Ken Easton of Port Macquarie partnered by John Collins of Albury, with the runners-up being Isabell Langton of Young and Beryl Stevens of the Blue Mountains Club.
Following the presentations the club rooms were opened to past members and anyone interested to view the memorabilia.
Those present also shared a few tales of early days in the club and enjoyed a cuppa presented by founding and current member of our club, Brenda Cummings.
A big thank you to her for all the work she put into this presentation and made it such an enjoyable time.
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