SATURDAY saw the fifth qualifying round played with 25 players teeing off in extremely kind golfing weather, to try and consolidate their positions or to break into the eights.
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CSBP sponsored the day and the Wagin Golf Club thanked the company for its continued support.

A-grade was won by Brian Patterson with a nett 67, continuing his good form from last week, with Greg Stephens taking the runner-up with a nett 69.

Other notable scores were a 70 from Peter Jenkin and 71 from Reece Taylor.

B-grade was a case of déjà-vu with John Thompson again having a day out and winning with a nett 66, while Dave Hill had a rare good round and took the runner-up with a nett 68.

Narrowly missing out were Greg Brockway and Brentyn Barker, both with nett 69.

Thursday scroungers had a good field of 11 with Brentyn Barker taking the honours with 23 points from Dave Hill on 22 points.

Hill was unlucky as Barker eagled the sixth hole for a massive five points.

Next week sees the 25th anniversary of the move to the new course and a big weekend of golf has been organised.

Friday sees scroungers with a tee off at 2pm for a leisurely nine holes of golf followed by a sausage sizzle and a beer or two.

It would be helpful if those playing could be there well in time as the field is looking quite large.

Saturday tee off is from 11.30am and again the numbers are good.

Dinner and the celebrations will follow the golf with a good number of past members joining those that have played on the day.

Novelties will abound over both days and Saturday will have the Anniversary Cup competition for members.

Tee off is at 2pm Friday and 11.30am Saturday but anyone who can is requested to arrive early as the response has been exceptional and play may need to start a little earlier than was advertised.

A bus has been organised to transfer anyone requiring it from the clubhouse back into town on both nights.

It is possible that several runs may be made, depending upon demand.

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