Sunday was a par round and the scoring wasn't that hot with Brian Chapple taking out the competition on 1 up on countback from Daryl Coley, Laurence Butler and Cheycoda Cocks who were all on 1 up.
On Tuesday the vets had a Fish and Chip Fun Day which was played over 14 holes with some different competitions. The first competition was putting and leading the way in the men's group was Doug Simpson was well ahead with 20 putts, followed by Blair Harvey with 24 putts and Meki Lauvi with 25. In the ladies group the competition was a lot closer but first was Nan McNae with 23 putts followed by Janet Shaw with 25 putts and Edith Campbell, Cilva Richmond and Maria Lauvi all on 26 putts. For the 9 holers first was Irene Phelps with 18 putts followed by Gordon Wilton with 20 putts. The other competition of the day was a Hidden Hole Stableford and in the men's division Meki Lauvi came out on top with 14 points followed by Bevan Heffernan with 13 points. The ladies division was taken out by Cilva Richmond with 12 points, followed by Edith Campbell with 11 and Nan McNae with 10 points. Nearest the pins went to Nan McNae and Meki Lauvi and Nan also got the only hole in two. The vets enjoyed their fun day which was followed up by Fish & Chips, chocolate biscuits and wine for lunch.
This Saturday sees the semi-final of the Walker Fourball and the Roy Morris Trophy. The competition of the day is medal. On Sunday it is a stableford round. The draw for the Walker Fourball and Roy Morris with all matches going off number one tee is: 11.28 am Ivan & Byron Karaitiana, Graham Duckett & Shane Stewart; 11.35 am Brett Sargent & Graeme Dick, Laurence Butler & Damian Kauika; 11.42 am Frankie Martin & Paul Beech, Darryl Coley & Anita Karaitiana; 11.49 am Ray Cocks & Neville Biel, Jeremy harp & Shane Wilson.