Onewhero Ladies pennants 2017

 

 

The Onewhero Golf Club fielded a successful women’s pennant team that took out their section in a nail biting final day in the Auckland Golf Women’s Midweek 18-hole Match Play competition held at the Royal Auckland Golf Club on Thursday 1 June.
Playing fortnightly over a period of sixteen weeks against eight other Auckland clubs in their section, Onewhero won their last game against Akarana to finish top equal on the day with Remuera. As Onewhero had won most points against Remuera when they had previously played them earlier in the season, Onewhero were declared the overall winners.
The final was held at Whitford Park Golf Club on Thursday 8 June where the team went head to head with the winners of the other two sections, both coming from the Titirangi Golf Club. The results delivered first and second place to the Titirangi teams, with Onewhero placed third. Twenty seven teams competed in the competition.
Onewhero is able to field two women’s pennant teams and is proud to represent their chief sponsor, BK’s Counties Motor Lodge and as well, Pukekohe Farmlands whose combined support enables the teams to be able to purchase uniforms, balls and subsidise travelling costs.
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