Third place for golf trio
THREE Heathcote golf ladies — Amanda Long, Carol Stuart and Dot Trott — travelled to Kyneton in the heat on Thursday and managed to come third overall in the competition.
AN INNINGS that included five ducks and only two double-figure scores saw Heathcote beaten comfortably by Goornong on the weekend in Northern United cricket action.
A CLASSY 73 not out from Raywood’s Caileb Dickins proved too much to handle for Heathcote on the weekend as they fell 26 runs short at Barrack Reserve.
HEATHCOTE Bowling Club’s division three team travelled to Serpentine on Saturday and in a close game went down by nine shots.
AN OPEN competition was contested at the Heathcote Golf Course on Tuesday.
A FIELD of 73 men and 13 ladies played a par event at the Axedale Golf Club on Saturday, October 13. The day’s sponsor was Axedale Tavern.
THREE teams from Heathcote Bowling Club went to South Bendigo and White Hills on Monday to play in the annual Anniversary Fours.
STEPHANIE Wearne leads the A grade ladies club championship at Heathcote Golf Club after the first day of play on Saturday.
HEATHCOTE Bowling Club took on North Bendigo on their greens in the annual pre-season practice match on Saturday.
A TOTAL of 79 men and 21 ladies played an event at the Axedale Golf Club on Saturday, October 6. The event was sponsored by Helen and Tony Lindrea.
DOT Trott won Wednesday’s stableford event at Heathcote Golf Club with 38 points off 30.
HEATHCOTE Cricket Club embarks on a quest for back-to-back premierships when the Northern United Cricket Association season gets underway this month.
HEATHCOTE and Kyneton golf clubs joined together on Wednesday to enjoy a game of Stableford followed by a light lunch.
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