IN windy conditions, a mystery pairs stableford event was held at the Attamurra golf course last week, with 31 keen women taking to the course.
The individual stableford had a twist at the end of the day when cards were paired randomly with another player to decide the placegetters.
A combined score of 75 points saw Bernie Jennings and Helen Heaver claim the win.
Both had solid scores of 37 and 38 points respectively.
Runners-up were Denise Harvey and Heather Chapman with a total of 74 points.
Chapman top scored for the day with 43 points when she commenced and finished her round with pars and played solidly throughout the remainder of the holes.
Third place went to Anne Headlam and Janina Morrison with 73 points.
Headlam finished with 38 points including birdies on the ninth and 16th holes.
Ball run-down winning pairs were Helen McIntyre/Bev Pedlar, Karen Forster/Lorraine Stratford and Lorraine Bruhn/Sue Downes who needed a combined score of 68 points or better.
In A grade, the second shot on the 16th hole was won by Kerry Pedlar after she holed out for a birdie, Heather Teakle claimed the honours in B Grade, while in C grade, Chapman was nearest on the eighth hole for the Kathy Ewer’s prize.
Kate McCormick was the most accurate on the eighth hole, claiming the pro shot prize with a birdie.
Reducing her handicap by two after Wednesday’s round, Chapman continued on her winning way on Saturday when she returned to the clubhouse with another top score of 38 points.
Playing the back nine first, Chapman finished off her round with three pars on the front nine.
Vicki Clark also produced another good round after last week’s win to finish with 36 points to take the runner-up prize.
The pro shot winner on the eighth hole was Chris Morrison, while Bev Pedlar, the only ball run-down winner, won nearest the pin on the 16th.