Last weekend at the Yass Golf Club, it was Graham Fleming who came in with the score to beat, with a fine 43 points carded to take out the A grade prize for the day. In the B grade, Alex Walker came in with 40 points, while in the C grade, Gerard Kerin had 41 points. Kym Butler came home well, with an Eagle on the 18th hole to pick up five points after getting the nearest the pin on the 16th hole.
RS WILLIAMS Having an extra 12 teams in this year’s competition has yet again confirmed the Yass Knockout committee that they offer a terrific product for the touch football community. Considered the highest participated touch Knockout football carnival in the world, this year’s event which took place at Walker Park and O’Connor Park was so successful that head organizer Rod Wise believes that at 116 teams the competition has probably got too big.