Eaglecrest brings the sun

Final weekend for the club played out in perfect weather

Eaglecrest Ladies Club champion Kathy Hiebert (left) and Low Net winner Elizabeth Marsland.

The Eaglecrest Ladies Club were lucky enough to find a few hours of sunshine in the midst of several days with heavy rain for their last game of the season.

A 13-hole “2 best net” team competition following a shotgun start was completed just as the rain began to fall again.

Out of a field of 30 the winning team was Sandy Plumb, Georgie Higgins, Lorraine Ruus and Shaorn Bellinger.

After lunch the season’s trophies and awards were presented by club captain, Dale Marshall, who reported on another successful season.

— Submitted by Elizabeth Marsland


• Championship Trophy: Kathy Hiebert

Flight A winner: Wendy Paulsen

Flight B winner: Dale Marshall


• Club Championship Low Net Trophy: Elizabeth Marsland

Flight A low net: Irene Creally

Flight B low net: Carol Scott


• Handicap Trophy (Match Play): Barb Parry

Runner-up: Nancy Neil

Consolation round: Marj Behrman


• Lorraine Riva Trophy;

Div. 1: Margaret Waterhouse

Div. 2: Nancy Neil

Div. 3: Lillian Houg


• Aggie Cup (Match Play): Liz Gillies

Runner-up: Diane Johnston

Consolation round: Irene Creally


• Croquet Cup (Match Play): Elly Smith

Runner-up: Georgie Higgins

Consolation round: Lillian Houg


• Anne Sharpe Trophy: Catherine Bolton

Runner-up: Barb Lysack


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