Honours were shared at the first leg of the state junior pennant events.
Longford Golf Course was the venue last Friday and North won the first five matches with South winning the next five.
Jorjah Bailey and Hunter Gillard had a very close game with Gillard winning one-up.
Hayden Richardson went one hole further, taking Edison Lee to the 19th before losing one down.
Kynan Lee, Mani Jessup, Jasper Kubank, Koby Wegman and Beau Wheeler were winners for the North whilst Lachie White, Eli Monaghan and Max Coventry were the other Southern winners.
Congratulations to all involved in a very good contest
The return match at Pittwater Golf Club on Monday saw an identical 5-5 result.
Richardson, Lee, Kubank, Wegman and Wheeler were victorious for North while White, Gillard, Monaghan (one-up), Coventry and Jordan Sterling (19th), saluted for south.
So overall even-stevens and the contest went to countback. North won 41 games to South's 33, so were declared the victors.
Congratulations to all involved in a very good contest.
Following on for the juniors, Southern Country had an event at Colebrook on Tuesday and the students' championship on Friday has attracted 21 entries with seven groups of three to hit off at 9am at Launceston Golf Club.
Launceston held their club championship qualifying last weekend and Greg Longmore was top qualifier in A grade.
Longmore will play Dylan Kingston in next Sunday's match play.
James Lord will play Alex Masters, Mitch Van Noord is up against Harrison Banks and Adam Ring will take on Daniel Murray.
In B grade, Daniel Pretorius topped the qualifiers and will play Paul Ellis. Josh Upston will play Rob Sindorff, Peter Blackwell plays Matt Adams and Tony McDonald plays Will Homan.
C Grade sees Fergus Eastaugh a clear top qualifier and he comes up against Mitch Ayres. Wily veteran Graeme Bingley plays junior champion James Robinson, Corey Ackerly plays Scott Callow and Sam Arnold plays Steve Zanon.
Club president Tony Wilks was senior champion, six strokes clear of Nigel Donachie.
Launceston Women are holding a benevolent day on Thursday, November 4.
A Canadian foursome event to raise funds for New Horizons, entries have gone out to all Northern and North-Western clubs and are also available at www.northergolf.com.au/fixtures.html.
Contact Joscelyn Hewitt for further information by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org .
George Town are holding their annual open event on October 23 and 24.
An Ambrose event is to be held on the Saturday and an 18-hole stroke event for both women and men is to be held on the Sunday. Entry forms are available at clubs.
In honour of long-serving members Greg Williams and Cyril Patmore, Poatina is running a Stableford challenge day on Saturday, November 6. Guests are welcome.
Poatina are doing this in recognition of the pair's service to the club for more than 30 years and it will become an annual event. As with most challenge games, the top 10 scores from either team will determine the winner.
Anyone wishing to attend can either nominate a team of choice or go into a draw. Details are available from treasurer Richard Bennett at email@example.com.
Bicheno are holding their spring tournament on November 5-7. Women's stroke on Friday, men's stroke on Saturday and a Canadian foursome event on Sunday. Entry forms are at clubs.
Moorina is the venue for their annual Gazzmans Golf Challenge stableford this Friday (October 8).
Entry is $25 per person with lunch included. Late entries to Kevin on 0448 542 252.
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