Bombala weekly sporting roundup

Delegate Pony Club's Christie Clarke with upcoming riding star little Anna Cameron at a recent Gymkhana.

Delegate Pony Club's Christie Clarke with upcoming riding star little Anna Cameron at a recent Gymkhana.

Team Penning

There is a one day Team Penning event with open,  juvenile and sub Juvenile events planned in Delegate for Saturday, October 7.  

A barbecue dinner is planned for Friday night for a gold coin donation and there will be a full canteen on Saturday.

If people wish to stay on Saturday night, they can camp at the showground and the Delegate Hotel puts on a great meal.

There are about 30 open teams with about 90 riders plus children entered from the Monaro and East Gippsland.

There are some great prizes thanks to the generosity of sponsors Danny and Lana Jamieson Bendoc, Sharp Fulgrabe Bairnsdale, Gordon Litchfield Wool Cooma, Glen Mia Saddlery Bega and The Delegate Cafe, South East Rural Cooma, Norm Talbot Transport Delegate and the cattle donors Greg Walker and Ron Flanagan.

More information on the Delegate Team Penning Facebook page.

Golf

The Bombala lady golfers played a Stableford for V. Jones Trophy on Wednesday. Eva L’Estrange had a very good round winning with 40 pts. Well done Eva. Balls were won by Betty Crawford 39 pts and Di Ingram 36 pts.

Members played a Stroke for the Monthly Medal pm Saturday. What a day weather wise with gale force winds, the only good thing was it was hot. Considering the conditions the scores were good. Pepper Thompson won on a c/b from Phillip McIntosh 71 nett. Balls went to Pepper, Phillip Ray Crawford 74 nett on a c/b from Merv Douch.

Sunday was the Heavy Haulage Challenge.  Again the players had to contend the strong winds.  Coming from behind Bombala managed to win the Shield. Scores were Bombala 68.45. Tathra 66.4. Nimmitabel  65.95. Congratulations boys. Winner of the day was Phillip McIntosh with 42 pts. Ball Winners were Phillip 42, Joel Cherry 38 pts, Clay Stewart 37 pts, Jim Haylock 37 pts, Bill Buckley 36 pts, Wayne Elton 35 pts, Ray Crawford 34 pts, Rob Howland 34 pts, Col Gronow 33 pts, Tony Brady 33 pts, Ray Fermor 33 pts, Daryl White 32 pts. Despite the wind all enjoyed the day and the meal provided by the ladies.

Golf program: Wednesday, September 27, ladies play a Stableford for the Deb Ingram Trophy. Saturday, Secret Nine.  Stableford for Club Trophy. Members on Saturday 4 BBB Mixed Grill.  Choose Partners for the  K Elton and B Tonks Trophies. Sunday Par for  R Fermor Trophy. Monday, Stableford for Club Trophy.  Ind. Acc.

Players please note that Daylight Saving starts this weekend but Hit Off Time will remain at 12.30pm until the first weekend in November. NTP will alternate from Sunday, October 2. Duty roster Saturday – Ray Crawford.

Bombala bowlers Pat and Phil Kane, Auora Reed and Burt Ingram out on the rinks ready to lay down a few bowls.

Bombala bowlers Pat and Phil Kane, Auora Reed and Burt Ingram out on the rinks ready to lay down a few bowls.

Bombala bowlers Kathy Kane, Greg Griggs, Glad Hurley and Kevin Callaway ready themselves for a game.

Bombala bowlers Kathy Kane, Greg Griggs, Glad Hurley and Kevin Callaway ready themselves for a game.