Fluid Motion in form on green

Neil Motion returned to top form by winning last Saturday’s 18-hole stableford event, sponsored by Bunbury Honda. 

Motion scored an impressive 40 points to win by two shots from playing partner, low handicapper, John Wray who returned a nett 38 score.

Brian Banks was third with his 37 points, followed by Narrogin’s Allan Savage and local Eric Annandale who both finished with a nett 36.

David Blurton, Ben Mead and Regan Old rounded out the vouchers, each finishing with 35 points.

Michelle Tate turned things around from last week, winning the ladies stableford with her score of 36 points.

Novelties on the day were won by:

Nearest the pins – Colin Naysmith (4), Vicki Graham (4), Joe Italiano (7), Nancy Lynn (12) and Phil Warburton (14).

Longest first putts – George Newlands (6), Denis Cocker (9) and Ron Annandale (18). Long drive on No.15 – Kevin Ireland.


Brett Hansen was a popular winner of last Thursday’s nine hole scroungers competition.

Long hitting Brett was also accurate as he compiled his winning score of 20 points.

Runner up, on a countback, was Frank Battista on 19 points, a score also achieved by Kevin Ireland and Jeff Crowe.

Finishing third with 18 points was Eric Annandale, followed on 17 points by the trio of Alan Kent, Neil Motion and Jim Larsen.

Novelties went to Ray Cooper (4), Brad Swan (6) and Alan Kent (9) while Danny Cheng’s 40 off the stick was the day’s best gross score.


Peter Coombs and Chris Shea both scored 39 points in last Tuesday’s leisure day event with Coombs taking first place on a countback.

Jamie Miller came in third on 38 points as did the best vet, Steven Ireland.

Frank Battista was next with his score of 37 points. Two shots adrift of the top five players was a group of six players, finishing with 35 points.

These players were David Laird, Brian Banks, Ken Tate, Alan Kent, Colin Naysmith and Trevor Graham.

Novelties went to Jamie Miller (4), Alan Kent (7), Fred Bronickis (9), Steven Ireland (14) and Charlie Buemi (18).


This week’s event will be an 18-hole stableford, sponsored by the Solstice Group. Riverside nominations are coming in for the event next month. Scrounger and leisure days as usual Thursday and next Tuesday.