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1. Mossman Golf Club Golf 2018-11-05 pris_freeman_club_person_for_2018.jpg
Mossman Golf Club Results 5/11/2018

Mossman Golf Club’s Tuesday November Monthly Medal event, was won by John Cameron with 68 Nett in 2nd Peter Clark with 69 Nett and in 3rd Leon Baker with 72 Nett.
NTP’s - Bernie Boon on 6, Dave Nesbitt on 8, Tano Caltabiano on 10 & 13, Rick Weimer on 17.

Mossman Golf Club Wednesday Nine Hole Competition was won by Rod Donovan with 20 points.
NTP’s – John Cameron on 10.

Thursday's Ladies November Monthly Medal Event was won by Trish Landy with 72 Nett and in 2nd Bette Wells with 74 Nett, in 3rd and on a c/b Robyn Fleming with 74 Nett.
NTP’s – Shirley Carney on 6, Vicki Crowther on 8.
Putting Competition was won by Trish Landy on a c/b with 25 putts.

Mossman Golf Clubs Friday 9 Hole Competition was won by Peter Clark with 21 points and in 2nd Wayne Christensen with 20 points.
NTP’s – Wade Duncan on 6, Wayne Christensen on 8.

Mossman Golf Club's Saturday November Monthly Medal Competition was won by Duncan Cunningham-Reid with 70 Nett, in 2nd and on c/b Russel Hore with 70 Nett, in 3rd on a c/b John Petherbridge with Nett 70.
NTP’s – John Norris on 6, Russell Jeffery on 8, Warren Bishop on 10, Doug Baird on 13, Chris Gristock on 17.

Ladies Saturday November Monthly Medal Competition was won by Julie Jorgensen with 77 Nett, in 2nd Suzanne Willer with 78 Nett and in 3rd Julie Hooker with 81 Nett.
NTP’s – Julie Hooker on 6.
Putting Competition was won by Lisa Smith with 28 putts.

Sunday was the 5th round of Men’s Pennants with this round being played at Mareeba Golf Club. Well done to everyone that participated on the day! Mossman’s A Grade and C Grade have made it into the Semi Finals to be played at Palmer Sea Reef Golf Club on Saturday and finals to be played Sunday. Good Luck Guys!!!

Friday Night Mossman Golf Club held Presentation Evening for all our Club Champions! Pris Freeman being named Club Person for 2018!
Well done to everyone!

Happy Golfing!!
2. Mossman Golf Club Golf 2018-10-30 couper_smith___luke_bradley_ravenshoe_junior_open.jpg
GOLF RESULTS 29/10/2018
Mossman Golf Club’s Tuesday Stableford Competition was won by John Zeigler with 41 points and in 2nd Rick Weimer with 40 points and in 3rd Dave Nesbitt with 38 points.
NTP’s – Bruce Cheesman on 6, Rick Weimer on 8, Bruce Cheesman on 10, John Ziegler on 13.

Mossman Golf Clubs Wednesday 9 Hole Event was won by David Heron with 21 points.
NTP’s – David Heron on 8.

Mossman Golf Club’s Ladies Thursday Stableford Competition was won by Julie Hooker with 36 points, in 2nd Jo Constantine with 35 points and in 3rd Shirley Carney with 34 points.
NTP’s – Lisa Smith on 6 & 10.

Friday’s Nine Hole Mossman Golf Club Sporters Competition was won by Michael Lancaster with 19 points and on a c/b and in 2nd Wayne Baxter with 19 points.
NTP’s – Geoff Goodwin on 10, Brendon Wood on 13 &17.

Saturday’s Mossman Golf Club Men’s Saturday Stableford Competition was won by Bill Everingham with 42 points in 2nd Alan Milani with 41 points and in 3rd David Budge with 40 points.
NTP’s – Brad Daly on 6, Alan Milani on 8, Bill McCarthy on 10, Warren Bishop on 13, Rick Weimer on 17.

Saturday’s Mossman Golf Club Ladies Saturday Stableford Competition was won by Robyn Fleming with 38 points in 2nd on C/B Bette Wells with 38 points and in 3rd Shona Barbour with 36 points.
NTP’s – Kim Edwards on 13, Julie Hooker on 17.

Mossman Golf Club’s Sunday Medley Stableford Competition was won by Zac White with 39 points.

On Saturday four of our Junior Golfers travelled to Ravenshoe for the Ravenshoe Junior Open. Well done to Couper Smith taking out Gross in the AGU 18 Hole Boys Division with 81 of the Stick. Couper also was named Gross Junior Champion for the Ravenshoe Junior Open with Luke Bradley taking out Nett Junior Champion for the event. Zane Lancaster Gross R/up in the Boys 6 Hole with 32 of the stick. Kian Byrne and Charlie Brischetto also travelled and competed on the day. With this being the last Junior tournament for the Year. FNQ held a points champion for 4 of the Major Junior Tournaments with Nett and participation points allocated. Couper was 18 Hole Boys R/Up for 2018 and Kian Byrne took out Novice Champion for 2018. Well done boys and well done to all the juniors that Competed throughout the year.

Mossman Golf Club Men’s Pennants Teams played at Half Moon Bay Golf Club this weekend with a great result, with A grade winning their division and C grade winning theirs Well done.

Mossman Golf Club Ladies Played the final round of Pennants at Palmer Sea Reef on Sunday. Our ladies finished tied 2nd for the season! Well Done Ladies.
3. Douglas United Dragons FNQ First Division 2018-08-03 3-2
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Dragons Mount Second Half Comeback to Record Victory

The Marano’s Fuel Douglas United Dragons have produced an excellent second half display to overturn a two goal deficit and record a much needed win against a young and fast Leichardt Red team on Friday night. Two errors led to two goals for the visitors and while the Dragons were on top for large periods in the first half they were unable to find a breakthrough. The second half saw nearly relentless Dragons pressure although it still needed an inspired performance from Adriano Gualtieri to haul the Dragons across the line, his second half hat-trick ensuring the Dragons remain two points clear at the top of the table.

The match started brightly for the Dragons with plenty of possession for the home side. As was the case last week the wide areas were proving fruitful with the fullbacks in particular finding time and space. The midfield was congested however meaning possession was turned over regularly by both sides while Gualtieri was finding it difficult to influence the game as he was being man marked tightly. The Dragons were behind as early as the 8th minute when a through ball had Heath Melton racing off his line and Ben Syrett running back towards goal. Poor communication meant Syrett made a challenge when he possibly did not need to, sending the ball past Melton and into the back of the net for Syrett’s first goal of the season.

Next up it was Adam Howell’s turn to cough up possession, giving the ball away cheaply in his own half and being ruthlessly punished by the Leichardt striker who made it two nil to the visitors inside the opening twenty minutes. It looked like a long road back for the Dragons and while they forced a number of corners and free kicks, they were unable to really test the Leichardt keeper. The half time score could have seen the Dragons panic however the message to the team was simple…keep up the effort and the intensity and be a little more clinical in the final third and a result was not out of the question.

So it proved to be the case as the Dragons continued to dominate proceedings while Gualtieri shook off his man marker time and again to cause the Leichardt defence plenty of trouble. In the space of twenty second half minutes he had put the Dragons in front with sheer determination to go alongside some clinical finishing. In amongst his Man of the Match heroics there were good chances to Logan Marsh and Matty Smith with the latter unlucky his well struck shot was straight at the keeper while the former should have done much better from a free header.

There were only a couple of nervy moments towards the end of the game as Leichardt pressed for an equalizer while Danny Ferrero should have put the game to be in the dying stages after an excellent run from young Curtis White. Ferrero seemed to have too much time to pick his spot however and scooped his left footed effort high over the bar. All things considered, it was a pleasing result against a tough opposition which keeps the Dragons on top of the pile for the time being. Next up is a trip back to south Cairns to face the other Leichardt team who upset the form book by drawing 4-4 with Atherton at the weekend. The Dragons will be looking for another three points and a good performance to boot as their two closest rivals, Mareeba and Atherton square off with the Dragons hoping for a draw that will inch them closer to securing the title.
4. Douglas United Dragons FNQ Division One` 2018-07-27 5-0 Victory Dragons Serve Reminder of Title Credentials

The Marano’s Fuels Douglas United Dragons have sent a warning shot to their title rivals with a comprehensive 5-0 win over form side Innisfail on Friday night. It was a much tighter match than the score line suggests with Heath Melton making three excellent saves while the game was still very much in the balance. The Dragons were able to slowly assert their dominance and wear down their opposition in what was arguably their performance of the season so far.

The Dragons were out of the blocks sharply forcing a corner within the opening minute as Adriano Gualtieri’s shot was deflected over the bar. More joy was to follow with the Dragons pushing the opposition fullbacks deeper and deeper as first Matty Smith and then Max Taylor got in behind. Gary Cunningham shot weakly at the Innisfail keeper before Stan Jakovljevic shot over the bar when he should have done far better. Just when it looked like the Dragons pressure would go unrewarded Gualtieri was Johnny-on-the-spot to fire home following some good lead up play. It was just reward for the dominance of the first half but had it not been for the sharp work of Melton in the Dragons goal, Innisfail could have been level soon after. As the half wore on there were a couple of other chances for the Dragons, the best falling to Dan Ferrero who was narrowly unable to direct Logan Marsh’s dangerous cross into the far corner of the net.

The second half saw Innisfail come out with renewed purposed and they could have again leveled when Adam Howell’s slip allowed their striker to race through on goal. Thankfully Melton was again quick to react, narrowing the angle and seeing the shot drift just wide. The Dragons were able to capitalize on this let off with Gary Cunningham unleashing a rasping 25 yard drive that left the keeper with no chance, a real contender for goal of the season. This again served to inspire the Cutters side and the Dragons had Melton to thank once again for preserving the Dragons lead, once more saving from the dangerous Innisfail number 9 as he was through on goal.

The Dragons knew they had to regain control of the game and when Dan Tiffin shot from distance few would have expected the shot to end up in the back of the net given the lack of force behind the shot but somehow the Innisfail keeper made a mess of it, bumbling the ball into the back of the net and concussing himself in the process. This third goal and the change in keeper seemed to knock the stuffing out of the Cutters and Gary Cunningham netted his second screamer of the night before captain Marsh completed the scoring with a volleyed finish from Adam Howell’s deep free kick making the final score 5-0 to the Dragons.

The Man of the Match award went to Gary Cunningham for his two fantastic strikes although special mention goes to Heath Melton in the Dragons goal who kept the Dragons’ noses in front with a string of quality saves. After two month of being at home the Dragons finally make their way back to the Port Douglas Sporting Complex this Friday night, taking on Leichardt Red at 7pm. Come on down and cheer on the lads as they look to cement their spot at the top of the ladder.
5. Mossman Golf Club Golf 2018-07-30 GOLF RESULTS 30/07/2018

Mossman Golf Club’s Tuesday Stableford Event was won by Ian Johnson with 38 points, in 2nd was Matt Carmody with 37 points and in 3rd on C/B was Peter Clark with 37 points.
NTP’s – Alfie Frain on 6, Ralf Middel on 8, Leon Baker on 10, Gregory Summers on 13, Smokey Dawson on 17.

Wednesday’s Nine Hole stableford event was won by Ray Bennets with 20 points. R/Up was Rudi Van Hardeveld with 19 points.
NTP’s – Ray Bennets on 13.

Thursday’s Ladies Stableford Event was won by Carmen Munoz with 37 points, 2nd Julie Hooker with 35 points and in 3rd Robyn Fleming with 34 points.
NTP’s – Glenda Christensen on 6, Maxine Leigh on 8, Julie Hooker on 10 & 13, Robyn Fleming on 17.

Friday’s Nine Hole Sporters Competition was won by Scott Karpathy with 22 points and in 2nd was Jim McInnes with 21 points.
NTP’s – Peter McKeown on 6, John Petherbridge on 8.

Saturday’s Men’s & Ladies 4BBB Stableford Event was won by Scott Karpathy & Vince Brischetto with 49 points in 2nd Jeff Murray & Stephen Leak with 48 points and in 3rd Tony Monahan & Lloyd Redpath with 46 points and on a C/B in 4th Jo Constantine & Robyn Fleming with 46 points.
NTP’s – Geoff Goodwin & Lisa Smith on 6, Lloyd Redpath & Glenda Christensen on 8, Stephen Leak on 10, Wilson Christensen & Trish Landy on 13, Jon Newham & Treveen Page on 17.

The Sunday 18 HOLE Stableford Competition was won by Francis Mohammed with 38 points.

JUNIORS - The Club is hosting free beginner’s clinics each Tuesday 5pm – 6pm for youngsters aged 6 – 15 years. All welcome, for details call the Club on 40981570 or Lisa Smith 0400668209.
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Marano's Fuel Douglas United Dragons v Leichhardt FC Red
4 - 2
By Logan Marsh

The Marano’s Fuel Douglas United Dragons have snapped a two game losing streak with a comfortable 4-2 victory over Leichardt Red at White Rock on Friday evening. The much needed win came on the back of a humiliating 6-0 defeat at the hands of Atherton a fortnight ago and was followed up by a 2-1 loss to bottom side Edge Hill last weekend but the performance on Friday night was one of the better ones for the season which hopefully shows the lethargy and complacency of the previous weeks has been banished for the run in to the end of the season.

The Dragons came out of the blocks firing, controlling possession for long periods of time while remaining disciplined when they did not have the ball. Their quick and nimble opponents were waiting for the Dragons defenders to dive in but there was a discipline to the Dragons play that had been missing in recent weeks. Instead of diving in and trying to win the ball back at every opportunity, the Dragons players waited for the opposition to make mistakes which meant they were able to enjoy large periods of possession and create a number of good goal scoring opportunities.

First Matty Smith pulled his left foot shot wide after being played through on goal before Dan Ferrero shot at a comfortable saving height when he perhaps could have done better. As was the case last time against this much sorter opposition, the Dragons early set piece delivery left a lot to be desired with them failing to put the ball into an area where their superior height would be taken advantage of. Then a near post corner was flicked on by Matty Smith with the keeper tipping the ball onto the bar. The rebound fell invitingly to skipper Logan Marsh who nodded home from inches out to give the Dragons the lead.

Unfortunately this lead was short lived as a corner was only partially cleared resulting in a sumptuous finish that gave stand in keeper Adam Howell absolutely no chance. This levelled things up at 1-1 as the teams headed to the break. The message was much different from recent weeks in that the Dragons had been playing the better football and where well and truly on top so status quo was the order of the day. The Dragons picked up right where they had left off, on the front foot and a three goal burst just after the hour mark well and truly wrapped up the three points although the Dragons had Howell to thank for a couple of brilliant saves while the game was still in the balance.

A late goal from the home side made the score line closer than it probably should have been and the Dragons will need to continue to tighten up their defense for some sterner challenges that lie ahead.
Man of the Match went to Adam Howell who was outstanding in goal filling in for the ill Heath Melton. Next up is a bye for the Dragons before a trip back to Leichardt to taking on a resurgent Innisfail side with the games being played at neutral venues. Then fans will finally get to see sight of the Dragons with a home game scheduled for August the 4th.
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Mossman Golf Club Results 9/07/2018

Mossman Golf Club’s Tuesday July Monthly Medal event, was won by David Heron with 68 Nett in 2nd Scott Karpathy with 69 Nett and in 3rd Tony Monahan with 70 Nett.
NTP’s - Wayne Christensen on 6, Gary Morland on 8, John Forster on 10, John Zeigler on 13, John Forster on 17.

Mossman Golf Club Wednesday Nine Hole Competition was won by Lisa Smith with 23 points on a c/b to Glen Whitburn with 23 points.
NTP’s – John Cameron on 6, Peter Clark on 8.

Thursday's Ladies July Monthly Medal Event was won by Bette Wells with 72 Nett and in 2nd Louise Spencer with 74 Nett, in 3rd Gayle Healey with 75 Nett.
NTP’s – July Hooker on 6, Gayle Healey on 10 & 13.

Mossman Golf Clubs Friday 9 Hole Competition was won by Jeff Murray with 22 points and in 2nd John Petherbridge with 21 points.
NTP’s – Mall Webber on 10, Matthew Coulthard on 13, Ray Bennets on 17.

Mossman Golf Club's Saturday July Monthly Medal Competition was won by Luke Dwyer with 66 Nett, in 2nd Robert Young with 68 Nett, in 3rd on a c/b Russell Hore with Nett 68.
NTP’s – Vince Brischetto on 6, Leon Baker on 8, Warren Bishop on 10, Gary Morland on 17.

Ladies Saturday July Monthly Medal Competition was won by Treveen Page with 75 Nett, in 2nd Glenda Christensen with 76 Nett and in 3rd on a c/b Bette Wells with 76 Nett.
NTP’s – Kerri-Lyn Williams on 6.

Sundays Stableford Medley was won by David Heron with 40 points.

Mossman Golf club is holding the Quicksilver Open on the 21nd & 22rd July. Great Prizes and a great weekend of Golf! Get your nominations in and book your buggies.


JUNIORS - Mossman Golf Club will be hosting beginner’s & Advanced Clinics for Junior Golfers on Friday 13th of July. 9am – 12pm for Beginner’s and 1pm – 4pm for the Advanced Clinic. Go to the MyGolf website to register. $15 per child. Call Lisa on 0400668209.
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Mossman Golf Club Results 2/07/2018

Mossman Golf Club’s Tuesday Stableford event, was won Ross Tomlinson with 41 points in 2nd Bernie Boon with 38 points and in 3rd Gary Walsh with 37 points.
NTP’s - Ian Johnson on 6, Tano Caltabiano on 10, John Cameron on 13.

Mossman Golf Club Wednesday Nine Hole Competition was won by Neil Foard with 23 points.
NTP’s – Digby Gotts on 13.

Thursday's Ladies Cathy Campbell Memorial Golf Day was won by Wayne Christensen & Peter Clark and in 2nd John Slaughter & Carmen Munoz, 3rd Julie Jorgensen & Carly Jack.
NTP’s – Robyn Fleming on 6, David Coulthard & Trish Landy on 10, Wayne Christensen on 13.
Longest Drive – Maxine Leigh, Shortest Drive – Lisa Dwyer, Closest to the Wiggly Line – Hayden DaDonna.
Thanks to everyone that participated on the day, it was a great day had by all.

Mossman Golf Clubs Friday 9 Hole Competition was won by Rudi VanHardveld with 21 points.
NTP’s – Rudi VanHardveld on 6.

Mossman Golf Club's Saturday Stableford Competition was won by Norm Lockwood with 39 Points. In 2nd Leon Baker with 37 points, in 3rd Jeff Murray with 36 points.
NTP’s – Leon Baker on 6, Leon Baker on 8, Keith Gard on 10, Wayne Dowell on 13, Ian Steley on 17.

Ladies Saturday Stableford Competition was won by Treveen Page with 33 points.
NTP’s – Coral Palmer on 6.

Sundays Stableford Medley was won by Warren Bishop with 38 points, in 2nd John Cameron with 34 points.

Mossman Golf club is holding the Quicksilver Open on the 21nd & 22rd July. Great Prizes and a great weekend of Golf! Get your nominations in and book your buggies.


JUNIORS - Mossman Golf Club will be hosting beginner’s & Advanced Clinics for Junior Golfers on Friday 13th of July. 9am – 12pm for Beginner’s and 1pm – 4pm for the Advanced Clinic. Go to the MyGolf website to register. $15 per child. Call Lisa on 0400668209.
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Mossman Golf Club Golf Results 25062018
Mossman Golf Club Tuesday 2 Ball Ambrose Event was won by Mathew Smith & Mitchell Croghan with 63 Nett, in 2nd Dave Nesbitt & Luis Valmorbidal with 65 Nett and in 3rd David heron & John Bell with 67 Nett.
NTP’s – Bill Allison on 6, Dave Nesbitt on 8, Luis Valmorbidal on 10, John Bell on 17.
Mossman Golf Club Wednesday Nine Hole Event was won by Rudi VanHardeveld with 21 points.
NTP’s – Rod Donovan
Mossman Golf Clubs Thursday Ladies 2 Ball Ambrose Event was won by Shirley Carney & Pris Freeman with 69 Nett, on a c/b in 2nd was Shirley Carney & Robyn Fleming with Nett 69. In 3rd place was Maxine Leigh & Liz Green with Nett 70.25.
NTP’s – Glenda Christensen on 6, Carmen Munoz on 8, Liz Green on 13, Janette Rogerson on 17.
Mossman Golf Clubs Friday Sporters Competition had a great field with Rudi VanHardeveld winning with 22 points on a c/b to Neil Foard with 22 points and in 3rd Jeff Murray with 20 points.
NTP’s – Joe wild on 10, Matthew Smith on 13, Jeff Murray on 17.
Mossman Golf Club has held the 2018 Club Championships over the past 2 weekends with some fantastic scores.
The results for the 4 rounds are –
Saturday 16th June – Men
A Grade Gross Daily winner Elijah Boon, B Grade Gross Daily Winner Ralf Middel, C Grade Gross winner Ian Johnson.
A Grade Nett Daily Winner Elijah Boon, B Grade Nett Daily winner Bret Deuble, C Grade Nett Daily Winner Peter Santarossa.
NTP’s – Mitchell Croghan on 6, Adam Lucas on 8, Ralf Middel on 10, Caleb Dwyer on 13, Adam Lucas on 17,
Saturday 16th June – Ladies
Division 1 Gross daily winner Kim Edwards, Division 2 Rachael Byrne, Division 3 Bette Wells.
Overall Nett Daily winner was Rachael Byrne, R/Up was Trish Landy.
NTP’s – Jo Constantine on 6, Julie Hooker on 8, Rachael Byrne on 10, Shona Barbour on 13, Rachael Byrne on 17.
Sunday 17th June – Men
A Grade Gross Daily winner Elijah Boon, B Grade Gross Daily winner Daniel Hober, C Grade Gross Daily winner Peter Santarossa.
A Grade Nett Daily winner Michael Lancaster, B Grade Nett Daly winner Daniel Hober, C Grade Nett Daily Winner Peter Santarossa.
NTP’s – Tano Caltabiano on 6, Mitchel Croghan on 8 & 10, Elijah Boon on 13, Charlie Kadic on 17.
Sunday 17th June – Ladies
Division 1 Gross Daily Winner Kerri Williams, Division 2 Daily Gross winner Julie Hooker, Division 3 Daily Gross winner Bette Wells.
Overall Nett Daily winner Kerri Williams, Nett R/Up Kim Edwards
NTP’s – Lisa Smith on 6, Treveen Page on 10, Shirley Carney on 13, Treveen Page on 17.
Saturday 23rd June – Men
A Grade Daily Gross winner Mitchel Croghan, B Grade Daily Gross winner Ralf Middel, C Grade Daily Gross winner Ian Johnson.
A Grade Daily Nett winner Wade Duncan, B Grade Daily Nett winner Daniel Hober, C Grade Daily Nett winner Ian Johnson.
NTP’s – John Zeigler on 6, Keith Gard on 8, Geoff Goodwin on 10, Russel Hore on 13, Lloyd Redpath on 17.
Saturday 23rd June – Ladies
Division 1 Gross Daily winner Treveen Page, Division 2 Gross Daily winner Julie Hooker, Division 3 Gross Daily winner Bette Wells.
Overall Daily Nett winner Kerri Williams, Nett R/Up Kim Edwards.
NTP’s – Lisa Smith on 6, Treveen Page on 10, Shirley Carney on 13. Treveen Page on 17.
Sunday 24th June – Men
A Grade Daily Gross Winner Wayne Christensen, B Grade Daily Gross winner Charlie Kadic, C Grade Daily Gross winner John Carney.
A Grade Daily Nett winner Wayne Christensen, B Grade Daily Nett winner Bill McCarthy, C Grade Daily Nett winner John Carney.
NTP’s – Bill McCarthy on 6, Matt Smith on 8, Kale Warden on 10, John Carney on 13, Wayne Dowell on 17.
Sunday 24th June – Ladies
Division 1 Daily Gross winner Treveen Page, Division 2 Daily Gross Winner Rachael Byrne, Division 3 Daily Gross winner Bette Wells.
Overall Daily Nett winner Treveen Page, R/Up Nett winner Kerri Williams.
NTP’s – Robyn Fleming on 6, Lisa Smith on 8, Trish Landy on 10, Treveen Page on 13.
Ladies 72 Hole Overall Nett winner for 2018 Kerri Williams.
Ladies 72 Hole Seniors winner for 2018 Kerri Williams.
Men’s 72 Hole A Grade Gross winner for 2018 Wayne Christensen in a 3 way Play Off with Elijah Boon & Mitch Croghan.
Men’s 72 Hole B Grade Gross winner for 2018 John Cameron.
Men’s 72 Hole C Grade Gross winner for 2018 John Carney.
Men’s 72 Hole Gross Junior Champion for 2018 Wade Duncan
Men’s 72 Hole Gross Senior Champion for 2018 John Cameron.
Men’s 72 Hole A Grade Nett winner for 2018 Elijah Boon.
Men’s 72 Hole B Grade Nett winner for 2018 Bill McCarthy.
Men’s 72 Hole C Grade Nett winner for 2018 John Carney.
Men’s 72 Hole Overall Nett Champion for 2018 Bill McCarthy.
Men’s Super Senior Champion for 2018 Charlie Kadic
Mossman Golf Clubs Ladies Club Champion for 2018 is Kerri Williams,
Mossman Golf Clubs Men’s Club Champion for 2018 is Wayne Christensen.
Well done to everyone that participated in the Club Championships for 2018!!

This Thursday the 28th June we are holding our annual Cathy Campbell Memorial Ambrose Golf Day! Everyone is welcome to come and play it is a fun day of golf, with a lot of fun had by everyone! So, give the Club house a call and book your team and Motor buggies!


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Marano's Fuel Douglas United Dragons v Mareeba United FC
2 - 1

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Dragons Go Six Points Clear

The Marano’s Fuel Douglas United Dragons have won their top of the table clash with Mareeba to extend their advantage at the top of the table to six points with a 2-1 win up in the Tablelands on Friday night. The score line indicates a close game however if the Dragons had been more ruthless in front of goal, the game could have been put to bed by half time. As it was Mareeba were never really out of the contest and a goal five minutes from time gave them hope of snatching what would have been a sixth straight draw between the two sides. Luckily the Dragons stood firm and took all three points back down the range.

The Dragons started much the better of the two sides, fashioning a number of chances in the early stages before going ahead when Matty Smith rose to meet Adriano Gualtieri’s right wing corner. It was a tidy finish from the Dragons front man who took his tally to four for the season. The Dragons continued to pound away at the Mareeba goal and all of their attacking players had good chances to add to the tally but were unable to do so, the best of these chances falling to Smith and Daniel Ferrero while Gualtieri also had a couple of chances that he would have liked to have done better with. The Italian did managed to get a much deserved second as the end of the half approached, poking the ball past the keeper after some scrappy play.

The second half saw a more competitive effort from Mareeba with the intensity being raised a few notches along with some of the challenges. Heath Melton in the Dragons goal had to be alert throughout without being unduly challenged while the Dragons were creating chances as usual but still were unable to find the third goal that would have put the game out of reach for the home side. As the minutes ticked down the barrage from Mareeba became more intense. Defender Adam Howell was hobbling around on one leg while Dan Tiffen was working tirelessly in midfield and it looked that that determination would see the Dragons record their second clean sheet in a row but it was not to be. A free kick was swung in and met by a Mareeba head, squeezing past Melton and into the back of the net.

The result was a nervy few moments but the Dragons kept their composure and hung on for the win. The Man of the Match award went to Dan Tiffen for his outstanding all-around performance in the middle of the park. Next up for the Dragons is a “meet you halfway” match against the ever improving Innisfail side at Trinity Beach.
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Mossman Golf Club Results 04/06/2018

Mossman Golf Club’s Tuesday Stableford event, was won by Smokey Dawson with 38 points on a C/B to Matt Carmody with 38 points and in 3rd Robert Young with 37 points.
NTP’s - Mitchell Croghan on 6, Ed Sant on 8, Scott Karpathy on 10, Jim Geddes on 13, John Cameron on 17.

Mossman Golf Club Wednesday Nine Hole Competition was won by John Cameron with 24 points.

Thursday's Ladies Stableford Competition was won by Pris Freeman with 38 points ahead of Robyn Fleming in 2nd with 37 points and in 3rd Julie Hooker with 36 points.
NTP’s – Julie Hooker on 6, Shona Barbour on 8, Carly Jack on 10, Elizabeth Green on 13.

Mossman Golf Clubs Friday 9 Hole Competition was won by Matthew Watson with 23 points and in 2nd Ranald Edwards with 20 points.
NTP’s – Rick Weimer on 6, Dave Nesbitt on 8.

Mossman Golf Club's Saturday June Monthly Medal Competition was won by Peter Santarossa with 68 Nett! Great field of 89 entrant’s so we had 2 Grades of prizes for the Competition. (A)0-14 and (B)15-36. Winner for Division A is Matthew Couthard with 70 Nett in 2nd Adam Lucas with 74 Nett, 3rd Ralf Middel with 78 Nett. Division B is Peter Santarossa with 68 Nett, in 2nd Russell Hore with 69 Nett on a C/B to Jud Heron with 69 Nett.
NTP’s – Ed Sant on 6, Stephen Gray on 8, Steven Phillips on 10 and Gregory Nicholls on 13, Robert Young on 17.

Ladies Saturday June Monthly Medal Competition was won by Judy McCormack with 72 Nett.
Winner for the competition was Jane Johannsen with 71 Nett with Judy McCormack in 2nd and in 3rd Shona Barbour with 73 Nett.
NTP’s – Pris Freeman on 6, Sue Barnard on 8, Julie Hooker on 13.

Sundays Stableford Medley was won by Michael Lancaster with 41 points on a C/B to David Heron with 41 points.

Congratulations to Couper Smith for taking out Junior Champion at the Half Moon Bay Open on the weekend.


JUNIORS - Mossman Golf Club will be hosting beginner’s clinics each Tuesday afternoon 5pm – 6pm for youngsters aged 6 – 16 years. All Welcome! Please contact Lisa Smith on 0400668209 for any information

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