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Lindsay Phillips & Burnie Sinclair.The cut today was 10-19 and 20+ in division 2 and still in form Chris Reed topped the second division with 39 points. Bryan Prisetley came in second a whole 12 points behind and in third place (15 points behind) was Burnie Sinclair.Barney Sheedy won the honours in division 1 with 34 points ahead of Ted Lodge, who took second place on count back over Lindsay Phillips after the both came in with 32 points each.Mike Chatt and Terry Madsen claimed the near pins in division 1 and Eiichi Matsumoto and Chris Reed cleaned up in division 2.We said bon voyage to Ted Lodge today, see you soon Ted.Wednesday, August 27, The Emerald – StablefordOnly one division out today and this was our first visit for a couple of months to Emerald due to the renovation on the course, but it has improved and there were no moans.Tom Novak, playing off 21, won the day with 38 points, with Chris Reed taking second on 35 and Alan Hansen third with 34.There we no ‘2’s in either division.Friday, August 29, Eastern Star – StablefordThere were only six groups out today with the cut at 9-17 and 18+ in the two divisions and playing off 16 Alan Hansen won division 1 with 39 points. Wilf Latham came in second, beating Jeff Cargill 20/16 on a back-nine count back after they both came in with 35 points.In the second division, 35 points was enough for Tom Novak to win again, with the organizer in second place two points behind and Chris Reed in third on 32.There were no ‘2’s in the top division but four came in division 2, from Glyn Evans on the 3rd, Chris Reed and Frank Kelly on the 6th and Miss Nut from 6ft away on the 17th.Near pins went to Mikael Andersson, Jeff Cargill, Wilf Latham, Miss Nut, Glyn Evans, Joe Kubon and Chris Reed. Jomtien Golf with the IPGCMonday, August 25, Plutaluang – StablefordA small contingency were playing in Hua Hin this week so the numbers were down a bit for all our outings here at home.We normally alternate the four nines at Navy but upon booking a few months ago the management was not sure which nine would be closed, so we left it to our caddies to arrange the courses and upon arrival the East was shut and we were allocated the North and West nines, which everyone was happy about. Driving towards the course the clouds were looking threatening and after we had played six holes the skies opened with horrendous rain for 15 to 20 minutes. When it had stopped we resumed playing without the need to adopt ‘pick, clean and place.’
Gerry Cooke, Billy Fitzgerald and Magne Gunnarson.Near pins went to Billy Fitzgerald (2), Terry Madsen, Dennis Scougall, Peter Davies (2), Miss Nut and Sid Ottaway.There are no ‘2’’s in either division so rollovers to Pleasant Valley on Friday.Finally, there were warm welcome returns today to Jim Connelly, Gerry Cooke and from the Falkland isles, Peter Grant.Wednesday, Oct. 30, Eastern Star – StablefordIt was another fine day at Eastern Star on Wednesday for the 27 players and the scribe chose today to record his best score for at least six months, winning division 2 with 40 points. William Chang came second in that division, beating Iain Walsh on a 19/17 back nine count back after both came in with 34 points apiece.Pete Sumner, back from the UK after four months with his lovely lady, topped division 1 with 36 points while Frank Kelly took second one point behind and Wilf Latham completed the podium on 33.Near pins were won by Wilf Latham, Pete Sumner, Tony Thorne, Chris Voller, William Chang, Peter Davies, Glyn Evans and Bob Poole.Wilf Latham and Chris Voller both birdied the 172 yard par three 17th to share the ‘2’s pot in division 1 while Andy Baber recorded the only ‘2’ in the second flight to claim the rollover pot.We all wished Burnie Sinclair many happy returns back at the bar and the bell was rung a few times back by the birthday boy himself. Many thanks Burnie!Friday, Nov. 1, Pleasant Valley – StablefordThere is still some debate here among our players as to which set of tees are the best ones to play from so for the foreseeable future the first division will play off the blues and the second flight will tee it up on the whites.Today everyone was off the white markers and it was reflected in the better than average scores as Marty Rock took out the division 1 win with 39 points ahead of Billy Fitzgerald in second on 38 and Terry Madsen third with 37.Gerry Cooke beat Curtis Hessler on an 18/17 back-nine count back to win division 2, both with 39 points, while Magne Gunnarson, with 25 points on the front nine, came in third with 37 in total.Near pins went to Mike Lewis, Terry Madsen (2), Marty Rock, Marty Aronson, Gerry Cooke (2) and Ray Gott.Terry Madsen and Marty Rock shared the 2 rollover pot in division 1 after they both birdied the eighth hole and Gerry Cooke took the maximum in division 2 after a ‘2’ on the 5th.There were a few remarks regarding the condition of the greens here today but our next visit is not for five weeks and with a great green fee for the high season we will be back.As a final note, it was great to see Roger De Jongh, Keith Mounsey and John Walsh back with us this week. Jomtien Golf with the IPGCMonday, Oct. 28, Plutaluang – StablefordDespite a few cancellations after the previous week’s trip to Chiang Mai, there were still five groups out today playing the East and South courses at Navy. Returning to his winning ways, Billy ‘the Bandit’ Fitzgerald topped division 1 with 39 points to finish three clear of Terry Madsen in second and a further one up on Gerry Cooke in third.Bryan Priestley was the winner in division 2 with 35 points and Peter Davies beat Burnie Sinclair on a 16/15 back nine count back for second after they both came in with 32 points each.
[email protected] (215) 893-5719http://www.phillytrib.com/sports/la-salle-s-ken-durrett-named-to-the-atlantic-legends/article_1b0aaaac-af65-57eb-8bb3-d33a6a14baf4.html LEGENDS—From left: ABA/NBA legend and Hall of Famer Connie Hawkins, Bill Neal, and Pittsburgh legend and NBA star Kenny Durrett. Neal credits both with playing a vital role in establishing Champion Enterprises. (Photos courtesy of Bill Neal) La Salle University basketball star Ken Durrett will be honored posthumously as a part of the 2017 Atlantic 10 Legends Class. Durrett was born in Pittsburgh and played at Schenley High School. The Legends program was started in 2013 to recognize men’s and women’s basketball student-athletes and coaches who have made a lasting impact on their respective basketball programs and institutions.This year is the fifth class the Atlantic 10 has inducted. Every year, A-10 schools choose their two legends. In previous years, the honorees have included hall of famers, national champions, Olympians and professional players.(Courtesy Photo/Philadelphia Tribune)Durrett averaged 23.6 points a game during his career. As a sophomore, he helped to lead La Salle to a 23-1 season and a No. 2 national ranking and was named Co-MVP in the Philadelphia Big 5. In addition, he picked up Big 5 Player of the Year honors in 1970 and 1971. He is one of only four players in Big 5 history to win the award three times.In 1971, Durrett’s final year with the Explorers, he was a consensus All-American as the team received a bid to the NIT. Durrett, a 6-foot-7 forward, graduated as the second-leading scorer and rebounder in school history. He was selected fourth overall in the 1971 NBA Draft and had a four-year NBA career (1971-75) with the Cincinnati Royals, Kansas City-Omaha Kings and Philadelphia 76ers.The Men’s Basketball Legends will be recognized on Saturday, March 11 at PPG Paints Arena in Pittsburgh before the A-10 Men’s Basketball Championship semifinals.Jenkins-Powell named ECAC Athlete of the WeekThe Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) has named Lincoln University high jumper Rhashawn Jenkins-Powell the Corvias Men’s Indoor Track and Field Athlete of the Week. Jenkins-Powell received this honor for his effort last Saturday at the Towson Tiger Invitational at the New Balance Track and Field Center at the Armory in New York.Jenkins-Powell had a fourth-place finish at the Towson Tiger Invitational with a jump of 2.01 m. (6’7”) scoring the only points for Lincoln at the meet. His 6’7” jump is the top mark by a CIAA high jumper this year.Burgin-Sparrow bout tops boxing cardLightweights Anthony Burgin and Avery Sparrow will battle over eight rounds or less on Friday, March 10 at the 2300 Arena in South Philadelphia. The first fight will be at 7:30 p.m.Burgin, 24, a pro for more than four years, has a 10-2 record with two knockouts. He comes into this fight after defeating another Philadelphia fighter, Gerald Smith, in his last fight on Oct. 14.Sparrow, 23, hasn’t had many fights, but has a 5-1 record with three knockouts.
By KATELYN PINAL THE Probus club of Pakenham celebrated their 25th anniversary last week. The club started in 1989 with…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription.
It is expected that attendance will be over 20,000 and as such high traffic volumes are expected in Galway, Salthill and Pearse Stadium areas as a result. Galway City Council and An Garda Síochána have met with the Galway GAA and Pearse Stadium Committees in preparation for the fixtures. A Traffic Management Plan is being put in place to ensure that delays are minimised. Bus Éireann will operate an increase public transport service between Eyre Square and Salthill and GAA clubs are organising private buses also to the match. This will include priority to all traffic on the Threadneedle Road, Bishop O’Donnell Road, Seamus Quirke Road, Quincentenary Bridge, Headford Road and Bothar na dTreabh as per attached map. Galway City Council will monitor our Traffic Control System and the Gardaí will direct traffic at all primary junctions along this route. All Supporters and Patrons are advised to use this route to and from the Stadium and to avoid the City Centre.print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email Pearse Stadium will host two games this Sunday 11th June. Kick Off at 1:30pm and 4pm. All Supporters and Patrons are urged to plan their journey and to arrive early, in order to avoid traffic congestion and delays. An Garda Síochána will be policing traffic and parking violations. The GAA are requesting, through clubs and media, that all Patrons arrive early, to park in the designated Car Parks and to park legally and responsibly at all times. Local Food and Beverage businesses in Salthill will be offering discounted prices to Match Day ticket holders before and after the games.
It’s day two of the Curragh’s Derby weekend with the first race off at 3.15pm and two group races. The Group 2 Comer Group International Curragh Cup at 3.45pm and the Group One Pretty Polly Stakes at 5.25pm. George McDonagh reports… print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email Our best bet is Westwood (10/1 E-Way) running in the 6.25pm.