In the open division, Brett Sargent outlasted Meki Lauvi I to book his place in the semis, with Ray Cocks heading off Suele Soromon on the eighteenth hole. On the other half of the draw the matches were played early with Ivan Karaitiana to play Brent Daniel in the semi finals week.
In the intermediate division top seed Jeremy Harp progressed at the expense of Brian Chappell, with Darryl Coley taking out Damian Apiata to book his place in the semi-finals. On the other half of the draw Wayne Evans was able to head off Paul Beech, while Thomas T Rimene outlasted Rod Dravitzki.
In the Junior A division top seed Chris Wenden progressed through at the expense of Carl Churchward, with Shane Hawkins getting the better of Maurice O’Reilly on the other match on top of the draw. In the bottom part of this draw third seed Carl Cocks progressed through after a win over Robin Britt while Layton Kawana proved to 2 strong for him Atkins. The junior B matches saw Rob Baistow a late challenge from Kevin May, with Martin Andrew having already played his match earlier. In the bottom
half of the draw Geoff Peck and James Jackson have progressed through to the semi-finals.
Saturday’s club competition was a par round. In the first round Wayne Evans produced the day’s best score of five up, with Steve Walton the runner up on two up, with Phillip Granich taking third place on square. In the second group Tim Atkins came out on top with a score of four up, with Layton Kawana the runner up on three up and then Ross Ireland on one up.
The Makes Cents nearest to the pin on the first hole was taken out by Ray Cocks, the cAuleys
transport Ltd one on the sixth hole by Wayne Evans, the Pak’N Save Masterton one on the eighth hole by Brett Sargent, the Alister Bruce Affordable Sheds one on the tenth hole by Joel Macklin and the Dinah and Deb Keats one on the seventeenth hole by Jack McGlashan. No one was able to take out the Liquorland Masterton one on the third hole. There were no holes in two scored on the day.
Sunday’s club competition was a stableford round. In the competition both Terry Fleet and Martin Andrew finished with scores of 40 points, with Geoff Peck the next best on 37 points. Holes in two were scored by David O’Reilly and Ray Cocks.
On Tuesday the veterans group played in a stableford round. In the ladies division was Michelle Coley who came out on top with the day’s best score of 41 points, with Maria Lauvi the runner up on 34 points and then Nan McNae on 30 points. In the men’s division Meki Lauvi I came out on top with score of 36 points, with Doug Simpson the runner up on 31 points followed by Ross Ireland on 30 points.
The ladies nearest to the pin on the third hole was taken out by Michelle Coley and the one on the sixth hole to Maria Lauvi while the men’s ones went to Doug Simpson on the sixth hole and to Meki Lauvi on the seventh hole. There were no holes in two scored on the day.
This coming Saturday sees the semi-finals of the club championships being played. The draw with starting times follows at the end of this report. For those not involved in the matches the club competition on Saturday will be a stableford round.
Sunday’s club competition will be a medal round.
Draw for semi-finals of club championships and us the Brocket cup’s - Saturday 3 October
No. 1 Tee
11:23 I Karaitiana v B Daniel W Evans v T Rimene
11:30 B Sargent v R Cocks J Harp v D Coley
11:37 C Wenden v S Hawkins S Wilson v S Stewart
11:44 L Kawana v C Cocks S Walton v A Rootman
11:51 T Calder v A Lenz A Karaitiana v C Cocks
11:58 M Andrew v R Baistow N Stevenson v M Coley
12:05 G Lewis v R Ireland G Peck v J Jackson