BBSSSA Golf Championships 2018

Monday, 10 Sep 2018 9:46 AM

Results from Broken Bay Golf Championships 719/18

Open Boys:

Stroke Winner - Thomas Hunt, St. Augustine's

Runner Up — Zac Telfer, St. Augustine's

Nett Winner — Brock Van Aalderan, St. Edward's

Runner Up — Callum Baker, St. Edward's Open Girls:

Stoke Winner — Olivia Kerr, St. Benedict's Runner Up — Annika Boyd, MacKillop

Nett Winner — Louise Smith, Stella Maris

U15 Boys:

Stoke Winner — Daniel Pedzikiewicz, St. Peter's

Runner Up — Jamison Fitzgerald, St. Edward's

Nett Winner — Mitchell Jones, St. Paul's

Runner Up - Ned Roseworne, Mater Maria U113 Boys:

Stroke Winner — Kai Komulainen, Mater Maria

Stroke Winner— Jed Thomas, St. Paul's

Nett Winner — Talon Stolz, St. Edward's

Team Trophy — St. Augustine's: Zac Telfer, Will Crisp & Thomas Hunt

Some points of note regarding our diocesan golfers:

Firstly Annika Boyd, from MacKilIop, has recently returned from Canada where she competed for the Jack Newton Foundation in the Canadian Junior International which she won with three excellent rounds of 72 

Olivia Kerr from MSB sets off shortly to the Phillipines where she will compete in the Phillipines International Amateur.

Annika's brother Darcy earlier this year won the medal at the Australian Amateur in Perth. Darcy was our Open Boy's Champion in 2015 and 2016.

Annika and Olivia are both playing pennants golf, Annika with Pymble an Olivia with Pennant Hills.

Pat Joseph, St. Peter's, our inaugural Open Winner qualified this year for the Australian Open at the Australian Golf Club in Sydney. An excellent effort.

Old boy Branden Biddle, St. Edward's, is playing pennants with Concord while Tyson Holmes and Billy Watson, both from St. Paul's played in the Australian Schoolboys last year. Dimmi Papadatos from MacKillop has been plying his trade trying to break into the European circuit where he recently won the Portuguese Open.

We can't all be champions, but golf is a challenge no matter what your level of expertise and it is always pleasing that we can provide an activity to our students that they can undertake for the rest of their lives. It can provide great camaraderie and the successes and defeats that it can present us with hopefully make us better people.

Tony Tully
BBSSSA Gold Convener
St Peter's Catholic College, Tuggerah