Women in close call

THE Women's Golf Central Queensland (WGCQ) Pennant finals are always closely contested and it was no different in 2009 at Miriam Vale.

Contesting this year's finals were teams from each Zone with Coastal represented by Rockhampton, Valley by Moura, Highland through Emerald and Southern by Gladstone and BITS.

The best four nett scores from each club were counted with the Gladstone club the winner, six better than Rockhampton.

Scores for the finalists were Gladstone 265, Rockhampton 271, BITS 283, Moura 290, Emerald 291.

Trophy winners for Division One was Clare Hansen (Glad) 60 nett, runner-up Marilyn Stains (Emer) 67, rundown Ann Fenton (Glad) 70, Liz Barnes (BITS) 70, Sharon Kington (Tieri) 71

In Division Two it was Mary Willis (Rton) 66 nett, runner-up Marilyn Best (Rton) 68, rundown Anne Bishop (Rton) 68, Lynda Stephens (Glad) 69, Jenny Leyden (Rton) 69

Division Three was topped by Fiona Weeks (Glad) 67 nett with runner-up Hazel Price (Rton) 69, Tricia Beck (Rton) 69, Sandra Coughlin (Moura) 70, Sue Mestroni (Glad) 70

Pinshots were won by L Barnes, S Horley, F Weeks, L Barnes, S Kington, L Small

WGCQ will hold its AGM on November 14 at Rockhampton Golf Club at 10am.



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