The last game of teams golf at the Narrandera Golf Club was played last week and the winners were announced at the presentation held on Sunday.
Gunners, after many years of playing, were victorious in Division One edging out We Are Family by the narrowest of margins, just one point.
Mulligatawny came in third a further 13 strokes back. Happy Gilmours were the best of the rest (Division Two) with Par Birds and Flower power coming second and third.
For the first time minor premiership trophies were presented. The Woollie Ones topped division one at the end of the regular season and Party Central the best in Division Two.
The best average nett score this year was taken out by Jesse Walker who led this category right through the season with an average net score of 30.3.
Woollie Ones captain Gary Hoskinson second on 30.5 strokes and Sue Ruffles third with a well-played 30.6.
Winners of the Camjai Catering nearest the pin second hole over the final three rounds went to Yvonne Hibbard 158cm, Jamie Gawne 500cm and Mark Duncan 400cm.
Winners of the Narrandera Bakery nearest the pin fifth were Lynette Galvin 170cm, Veronica Barry 149cm and Hayley Curry 161cm.
A huge thank you to Tracey, Wayne, Nick and Margie for coming on board this season.
The weekly best player award sponsored by the Narrandera Golf Club over the finals campaign went to Graham Terlich 24 nett, Glenda Whitby with an impressive 22 nett and Paul Little on 24 net.
The Rod O’Brien Garden Services Pro pin 18th hole didn’t go all season, so a mystery distance was set up for the last week of the final series.
Showing just how hard it is to hit the 18th green only three players were able to lay claim to the prize. They were Terry Trickett, Jeff Kirk and Chris Moore, Chris being the closest to the 300cm mystery distance and taking the $220 cash prise.
Thank to card sponsors for coming back each year – Subway, Hutchins Bros, Vinnies Fruitz, Yamaha Golf Cars, Eurells, W Clark and Sons, Café Shazaray, Grants Sawmill, Charles Sturt Hotel, Jason’s Golf Shop and Ragen’s Electrical. Without these businesses support of the competition it would not be as good as it is.