It was a lovely day for golf on Wednesday to start the summer season, which drew a good field of players.
It was a crowded leader board on Saturday for the second qualifying round of the Summer Cup.
Tatura’s Olivia Stevens, at only 13, has been announced as a member for the final Australian Open 2019 Vegemite ball-kid squad.
Tatura was knocked off in a crunch match against Old Students at the weekend, ensuring the Shepparton side will start next year in the Haisman Shield top six.
Women’s golf started with a beautiful spring day on Wednesday and was contested by a good field of players.
After an early bump in the road, Tatura has created a competitive total against a red-hot Old Students.
Brad Deane shot a brilliant round of 72-8-66 for 43 stableford points on Saturday to win the Privilege Cup which is sponsored by Shepparton BMW.
Tatura Primary School is currently involved in a program of varying sporting activities within the community and Tatura Bowls Club has been a keen participant for many years in passing on the enjoyment of playing lawn bowls to the younger generation.
Toolamba jumped to second on the Jim McGregor Shield C-grade ladder after pulling off a reverse outright victory against Mooroopna on Saturday.
Hill Top sponsored the two-player Multiplier Stableford event of nine holes, which was played by a good field of ladies.
Bob Hunter began his round with four pars and a bogey as he and his partner Graham Smith blitzed the field to win the four-ball stroke event which was also the qualifying round for the Summer Cup Knockout.
Invergordon has claimed first innings points in its S.J. Perry Shield D-grade clash against Tatura and will push for a possible outright victory on the second day of play.
The stableford event sponsored by Mitre 10 was played in perfect sunny conditions, making for some good scores. Janette Hayward won A-grade with 37 points, closely followed by Sue Turnbull with 36 points. B-grade winner was Phyl Fiddes who had the best score of the day with 40 points. Kerry Gross, who has only recently taken up golf, had a lovely score of 36 points to be runner-up in B-grade.
A VERDICT of not guilty to both attempted murder and murder was handed down to the Deniliquin woman who murdered her son in the Murray River last year.
A crime scene has been established after a badly injured man was found in a vehicle in Mooroopna early this morning The vehicle was located at the intersection of Macisaac Rd and Norton Dr by a passer-by just before 5am. Police are investigating the...
Emergency services were called to an address in Euroa around 9pm last night after reports of a drowning. Police, ambulance and air ambulance attended the scene and treated a 15-month-old-girl. Unfortunately the girl could not be revived. Police will...