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Prendergast wins stableford golf at Teven

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Terry Prendergast has taken out last weekend’s 9-hole stableford in the Teven Golf Club Men’s Division.

It was the fourth round of the club’s six-round Points Score Championship.

Terry was one point ahead of runner-up Peter Harden (21) with Ian Coochiroff (20) and Rex Nixon (20) in third place.

Ian McDuff (19), Greg Unwin (17), Jim McGarry (17) and Bill Wayte (17) followed.

Winnere of 8 July Stableford Terry Prendergast (R) with runner-up Peter Harden

Peter Harden and Terry Prendergast. Photo supplied


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