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Club News

It’s Aloe Season!

Colour bursting out all over. Are the sardines close by?
The Men’s Classic is fast approaching. see entry link below. Come and join our special South Coast Winter.
It’s been a non-stop week with different golf groups enjoying Southbroom and our neighbouring courses!
Picture taken by Richard Bridgeford

Sanlam Cancer Challenge

Congrats to our Sanlam Cancer Challenge Winners!

Happy Lady Sanlam Cancer Change Winners
Some of the  Men’s  Sanlam Cancer Winners

Captain vs Vice-Captain  BB Stab this weekend!As far as possible can the Captains Team  players wear light clothing and the Vice – Captains players wear dark clothing!

May 100 club winners

All the low numbers were drawn. 🙂
1st: R2000, no 55 – Mike Anthony
2nd: R500, no 23 – Paul Cole
Attendance: R2000, no 33 – Colin McKay

June 100 club Draw: Friday 28th at 6pm.

1st place – Mike Anthony Attendance Winner Colin McKay

What’s coming up?

Friday 7 June
Dinner Special
Line Fish – Dorado (chicken of the sea) served with your choice of rice/chips/baked potato and veg: R115.00.
T-Bone steak served with chips & Mediterranean grilled vegetables: R120.00 or R230.00 for 2 (sauces extra: mushroom or pepper) – limited offer while stock lasts!

Saturday  8 June
Captain vs Vice Captain
Same delicious dinner special as above!

Please reserve your table for catering purposes. Use your card for a 20% discount.

Sports Fever!
Come and watch the big cricket games on our great big screen TVs.

It’s The Men’s Turn!
Southbroom Amateur Classic: 1st – 5th July. Field is a max of 180 players. See poster below and the entry link.


Village News

Incoming mail

Dear Sponsors, Members and Friends of the Southbroom Tennis ClubOn behalf of the committee and members, I thank you for supporting the 1st golf day of the Southbroom Tennis Club. It looks like everybody had a good time and an enjoyable day, so well prepared by the Pro Shop team, Sheena and Dane. It was also fantastic to experience the support and camaraderie coming from the members of the Southbroom Golf Club which was very much appreciated.

Please visit our Facebook page (Southbroom Tennis Club) to enjoy the photographs.

Now to the many sponsors, players, our friends we have in the community and business circles – your support was phenomenal, exceeding all expectations.

I was under the impression that a golf day would be a walk in the park. Little did I know. Without the constructive input from Joy and the help of many members of the Club, it would not have been possible to raise the R55,000 that finally completes the funds we need for our major projects:

1. Gcilima Primary School – introducing the game of tennis to Grade 5 students from disadvantaged backgrounds.
2. Tennis courts – repair and resurface our three courts and add floodlights to one.

Once again, on behalf of the committee and members of the Southbroom Tennis Club, I thank you most sincerely for supporting these projects.

Kind regards

The Score Card

Friday | 31st May
Chicken Run
Mauricio Da Costa – 25 pts
Eileen Neilson – 21 pts
Rory O’Donnell – 20 pts
Dave Neilson & Paul Lawson – 19 pts
Michelle Viljoen & Malcolm Greenland – 18 pts

Saturday | 1st June
Ladies Sanlam Cancer Challenge (Ind Stab)
A Div     1st: Janet Humphrey -28 pts

B Div   1st: Candida Amm – 32 pts
2nd: Sandy FitzGerald – 31 pts
3rd: Lorraine Cook – 30 pts

C Div     1st: Val Volck – 35 pts
2nd: Jill Webster – 33 pts
3rd: Lee Mutch – 25 pts

Men’s Sanlam Cancer Challenge (Ind Stab)
A Div
1st: Gavin Sole – 38 pts
2nd: Malcolm Greenland – 37 pts
3rd: Johan Wentzel – 36 pts
B Div
1st: Colin Mckay – 34 pts
2nd: Nic Van Deventer – 33 pts
3rd: Russell Mackenzie – 32 pts
C Div
1st: Gerald FitzGerald – 40 pts
2nd: Malcolm Moorley – 39 pts
3rd: Chris Ledden – 34 pts

Wednesday  5th June
Open Alliance, 2 scores to count, all scores on 5 & 13
1st: 92 – Dave Fox ,Andre Steyn, Martin Hutton & Russel Mackenzie
t2nd:  89 – Don Osbourn, Bob Clark, Paul Cole & Gerald Fitzgerald
89 – Gordon Moody, Brian Hoggart, Vernon Duggan & Bob Carmichael

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