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There were 83 starters on Saturday for the medley stableford round that was won by Phil Seymour from Elcho Park Golf Club with 41 points off a 28 handicap.

Darren Carter was runner-up with 39 points on a countback from third-placed John Owen.

Bec Jeffers was fourth with 37 points on a countback from fifth-placed Michael Downs, while Terry Olney won a ball for the same score.

Ball-winners: John Fanning and Bruce Gross 36, Jono Kerrins, Tim Nicholson, Andrew Wills, Sean Martin and Cheryl Curran 35, Jacob Chessells, Tim Balfour, Dave Roberts, Brian Coe, Ray Nicholson 34, Steve Allison and Glen Pearce 33 on a countback.

Midweek: Gabe Evans from Shepparton Golf Club won Tuesday’s stableford competition with 38 points, Jack Risstrom was runner-up with 37 and consolation balls went to Scott Carter 36, Ryan Lindsay and Peter Hutton 35, Glen Pearce and Tim Dickinson 34, John Fanning, Mark Jenkins, Lou Villani and Bryan Miller 33 on a countback.

Jack Risstrom won Thursday’s stableford event with 40 points on a countback from Graham Meneilly and, in the ball run-down, Joshua McRae had 37 points, Linc Wellington, Jarrod Taylor, Daniel Opyrchal, Colo Saunders, Glenn Newton and Jacob Chessells 34 points.

Jacob Chessells.

Mat Langley Twilight: There were 34 starters on the front nine holes and Norm Elliott was the winner with 22 stableford points. Les Nation was runner-up with 20 points, Col Barlow, Trevor Wootton, Brian Coe, Dave Cornwall and Jan Coe had 17 points.

Shocker from the vaults: Hill Top’s motorised bunker-rake seems to have a yearning for swimming as it again threw itself into the drink on Sunday.

Driver Darrell Whitley left it parked parallel to the lake on the fifth hole while he investigated a golf ball stranded on the edge by the lowering water level, but was dumbstruck when the bunker-rake rushed into the water beside him, nearly taking him with it for company.

It was only last year when the same vehicle got away from The Pom on the eighth and cooled itself off in that lake and ground staff are considering attaching a set of floaties lest they lose it for good someday.

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