The Yeppoon Ladies No.2 team (from left) Jocelyn Lederhose, Nadine Battilana, Seryl Hocking and Shelly Horwell celebrate after they were crowned the 2014 Pennant champions.
The Yeppoon Ladies No.2 team (from left) Jocelyn Lederhose, Nadine Battilana, Seryl Hocking and Shelly Horwell celebrate after they were crowned the 2014 Pennant champions. contributed

Kapernick claims Central Queensland Golfer of the year title

GRACEMERE'S Susan Kapernick has won the 2014 overall ladies Central Queensland Golfer of the Year.

Kapernick won the prestigious award, while Moura golfer Pauline Lambert-Barker won the A-grade gross title.

Jean Breakspere, who plays regularly at the Yeppoon Golf Club, claimed top honours in the A-grade net division while Geraldine Brewster (Wowan Golf Club) outshone her B-grade competitors.

Rockhampton's Debra Carriage claimed the B-grade net title while the C-grade gross winner was Capricorn Country Club golfer Elaine Jones.

Jones was joined in the winners' circle by club member Sue Clancy, who won the C-grade net division.

The Yeppoon Ladies No.2 won the Central Queensland Ladies Pennants final again.

The team, which features Jocelyn Lederhose (71 net), Sheryl Hocking (71), Nadine Battilana (72) and Shelly Horwell (79), won the title a record-breaking fourth time on Saturday at Theodore.

In the new format with the best three net scores out of a team of four, the Yeppoon Ladies No.2 team had a combined net score of 214, to win by nine shots.

Yeppoon No.1 and Gladstone No.1 tied for second on 223.

Gladstone's Ann Fenton won the best individual gross by carding an 81, and winning the individual net on a countback.

By winning in their zone, Blackwater Golf Club (Central Highlands), Yeppoon Golf Club (Keppel), Gladstone Golf Club (Curtis) and the combined team of Wowan, Baralaba Valley (Callide Valley) made their way into the final.



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