St Cathryn’s News

2017-08-09 06:02

THE Mbongeni Khumalo Cup was played last Sunday at St Cathryn's, and had a good field of 32 players from Cato Ridge, Greytown, Darnall, Umhlali and Durban golf clubs. The leadership of Mandla Dlamini and Tim Chisane rallied the golfers to take part in the tournament, which started late due to transport problems.

Format of the Khumalo Cup is Individual Stableford and is played in adult and junior categories. The youngest golfers with unofficial handicaps, used the opportunity to hit and putt and laugh and hack around the course without upsetting and interfering with the other golfers. St Cathryn's Golf Club would like to thank Boy Zuma for making transport available for the Greytown golfers and Greytonians who contributed to the golfers who collected donations.

Results:

1st: J. Mafuleka (Umhlali) 36 points oco

2nd: B. Ngonyama (GTN)

3rd: S. Dlamini (GTN) 35 points

Juniors:

1st: S. Vumase (Darnall) 33 points

2nd: T. Mthethwa (Darnall) 32 points

3rd: A. Gwala (Cato Ridge) 31 points

Nearest to pin 9/18: A. Gwala

Nearest to pin 2/11: N. Nzuza (Cato Ridge)

Nearest to pin for 2 on the 12th: N. Nzuza

Longest drive on the 10th: W. Mdunge (Eshowe)

The next Farmers’ Agri-Care Monthly Mug will be played at St Cathryn’s on Saturday 12 August, all are welcome to play. Contact Piet 083 269 1661 to enter. This Friday night we will be having “Chef's Surprise” - the garden, book club SMS will be sent out.

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