Golfers hit the heights for crisis centre
|CCI Best All Ladies Team event was won by the team from Marian College, Kenthurst (from left): CCI NSW & ACT Manager Susan Yates with Catherine Brown, Lynn Papandrea, Julie Cannon and Karen Romer.|
By Ian Jordan
An opportunity to meet up with friends and golfing buddies while raising funds for charity drew 132 golfers and supporters to the 29th Annual Parramatta Diocesan Golf Day. The event was held in perfect weather at Richmond Golf Club on 22 September 2015.
More than $11,400 was raised with the support of sponsorship from the Diocesan Development Fund (DDF) in the Diocese of Parramatta and Catholic Church Insurance (CCI). Both sponsors were acknowledged for their assistance for the event over the past 29 years.
The purchase of ‘mulligans’ at $5 and other donations raised approximately $10,000 for the Panglao Island Women & Children’s Crisis Centre in the Diocese of Tagbilaran, Bohol, Philippines.
The Diocese of Parramatta, in partnership with the Diocese of Tagbilaran, will use these funds for the abandoned children and abused women cared for by the Crisis Centre.
With donations from the Richmond Club Ltd, the Club PGA Pro and Catholic Church Insurance, the raffle raised a record $1400.
Hearty congratulations to the team from Nagle College, South Blacktown, whose members took out the coveted DDF Professional Trophy for best scratch score for a team score of 59.
Bravo to team members Andrew Houseman, Markham Matthews, Scott Kitto and Hamish Jamison who received the prestigious trophy presented by the DDF’s Chief Executive Officer, Kieran Bryce.
|The trophy for best net score was won by the team from Marian College, Kenthurst (from left): Scott Cumming with DDF Chief Executive Officer Kieran Bryce, Dean Calabrese, David van der Meer and Adam Thomas.|
All players on the day appreciated the gift of a special DDF commemorative two golf ball mini golf bag with tees, a golf towel from sponsor OZ Fashions and another new golf ball.
The CCI All Ladies Winners trophy was won by the team from Marian College, Kenthurst. Hearty congratulations to Catherine Brown, Lynn Papandrea, Julie Cannon and Karen Romer. The trophy was presented by CCI Manager, NSW & ACT, Susan Yates.
Congratulations to the prize winners and well done to all teams who so enthusiastically represented their schools and associations.
|The Director of OZ Fashions, George Arida, presents the award for best front nine to the Principal of St Oliver’s Primary, Anthony McElhone, and teacher Coley White.|
The 30th Parramatta Diocesan Golf Day will be held on Tuesday 27 September 2016. Claim the date and remember to book early: firstname.lastname@example.org
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