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Golfers Grant Some Wishes

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Seventy golfers, consisting of players from the five Riverland clubs, participated in the Berri Golf Club inaugural 18 hole Par 3 Championship on Sunday last weekend.

A donation of $700 was made to the Riverland branch of the Make A Wish Foundation, and following the competition presentations were made by four wish children; a gesture greatly appreciated by the golfers.

The winner of the Mens Stroke event was Corey Foreman of Renmark Golf Club with 59 off the stick. Runner up was Jim Rosenthal with 61.

The Mens Handicap winner Brian Tyndale, with Dallas Zeliff runner up.

The Ladies Stroke winner was Tracey McHugh of Berri Golf Club, with runner up, Libby Dawson.

Lindy Mudge took out the Ladies Handicap winning place, with Sandra Tyndale not far behind in runner up.

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