Tuesday, October 26, 2004

New Contact EMail Address

The new contact EMail address for me is now IandDinsurance@aol.com. As has been previously posted I urgently require some NEWS!!! Please provide any details following your AGM such as new Captains etc. Please also give me the dates of your AGM's for next year so we do not clash with any Club Agm's next year.
Keep me up to date then everyone else will be too!!!

Monday, October 25, 2004

County AGM 2004

Our County Agm was held on Thursday 21st at Craigiehill. Our Captain Pam Drysdale welcomed the members and chaired the meeting.
As two committee members retired this year, Helen Dalgleish and Meg Marshall, two new committee members were elected there were Gillian Wallace (Glenisla) and
Dot Doris (Crieff). All office bearers remain the same for 2005.
Prizegiving followed the meeting and our President Liz Miskimmin kindly presented the trophies.
Photographs from the evening are below.

County Committee Members 2004 back row from Left to right, Gillian Wallace (Glenisla), Jane Yellowlees (Murrayshall), Lenore Kyle (Milnathort) assistant Junior Convenor, Dot Doris (Crieff), Jillian Milne (Craigiehill) Alison Stockley (Stockley) Match Secretary. Front row left to Right, Janet Griffiths (Comrie) Vice Captain, Pat Colquhoun (Callander) Treasurer, Pam Drysdale (Alyth) Captain, Liz Miskimmin (President) and Dawn Butchart (Strathmore) Secretary.  Posted by Hello

The 2004 prizwinners. Back row left to right Jane Taylor (Strathmore) Gibb Trophy, Dawn Butchart (Strathmore) Order of Merit, Pam Drysdale Captain, Sally Crystal (Taymouth Castle) Captains Day, Front Row left to right, Cath Irving (Blairgowrie) Crawford Salver and R/up Gibb Trohpy, accepting County Champion Trophy on behalf of Roseanne Niven (Crieff), her sister Annabel Niven. Carly Booth (Auchterarder) Champion of Champions and R/up County Champion, Gillian Wallace (Glenisla) Handicap Quaich. Posted by Hello

Tuesday, October 19, 2004

County AGM

Our County AGM will be held this Thursday at Craigiehill Golf Club at 7.30pm. All members are invited to attend. Following the AGM there will be our annual prizegiving.

Please try and come along if possible and support our committee and prizewinners.

Jillian and Joyce lose out in the Semi Finals

Unfortunately Jillian and Joyce failed to make it to the final of the Daily Mail Foursomes today, they lost 4-3 to Oakridge this morning, however, we are very proud of their achievement making it to the semi final stages.

Well done both.
P&K Team Player through to Semi's Daily Mail Foursomes

County Team player Jillian Milne along with her partner Joyce Ewing have stormed through to the semi final stages of the Daily Mail Foursomes held over Forest of Arder golf course. Jillian (5) and Joyce (21) representing Craigiehill are the only Scottish players remaining in the competition after Scottish Vet player Moira Thomson and S Spiewak representing Berwick were knockout out in the first round.

Jillian and Joyce played the pairing from Royston in the morning match and won 3-1. In the afternoon the pair played Maldon and won 5-3.

Jillian and Joyce play Oakridge this morning teeing off at 8.24am.

I will keep you posted of the results as I hear them. On behalf of P&K we wish Jillian and Joyce all the very best this morning.

Friday, October 15, 2004

The final results of Nick Faldo Series 2004 - Carly Booth 2nd Girl Posted by Hello
Carly Finishes 2nd at Burhall

Carly finishes 2nd girl in the Nick Faldo Series played over Burhall Course. After a shaky first round score of 82 Carly buckled down and scored a fabulous 71 on her second round over a par 73 course, the lowest score of the round. Not only did this propel her up the leader board but also helped lower her handicap down to 2.4.
Carly and a few others were honoured by a round with the man himself!!
The final results for the Girls were as follows:

1. Kiran Matharu (Sandmoor) 68+74=142
2= Carly Booth (Auchterarder) 82+71=153
2= Florentyna Parker (Gut Waldhof) 76+77=153
4= Henrieta Brockway (Yeovil) 77+78=155
4= Lesley Hendry (Routenburn) 76+79=155
6= Clara Leathers (Ellesborough) 85+75=160
6= Kate Whitmore (Sandiway) 80+80=160
8. Julia Norman (Exeter) 81+83=164
9= Lucy Clarke (Chelmsford) 80+86=166
9= Kelly Tidy (Manchester) 85+81=166
11. Stephanie Meadow (Royal Portrush) 86+87=173

Well done Carly!!

Monday, October 11, 2004

Sally does us proud at Gleneagles

Sally Kettlewell (Dunblane) was P&K's only qualifier for the Bank of Scotland Junior Masters Final which was held over the Queens Course at Gleneagles yesterday. Sally, handicap 7, tied 3rd with 32 points however following a countback ended 4th. Sally's success is even greater considering the standard of competitors. Rachael Livingstone, who plays off five and gained her first Scotland cap in the girls' home internationals at Strathaven in August, won the girls' title with the very good total of 40pt. In second place was Katy McNicoll, a semi finalist in the North of Scotland held over Strathmore this year. Also included in the field was Rebbeca Wilson, Kelsey MacDonald and Michele Thomson.

Our congratulations go to Sally, what an end to what has been a super season for her.

Wednesday, October 06, 2004


Both Roseanne Niven and Carly Booth have been named in the National 2 Squad for 2004 - 2005. Well done to both. The rest of the squads are as follows:

National 1 Squad

Krystle Caithness - St Regulus
Dawn Dewar - University of Stirling
Martine Pow - Selkirk
Clare Queen - Drumpellier
Kylie Walker- Buchanan Castle
Gemma Webster- Hilton Park
Jenna Wilson- Strathaven

National 2 Squad

Carly Booth- Auchterarder
Megan Briggs- Kilmacolm
Amanda Edwards- Liberton
Rachael Livingstone- Musselburgh Old
Kelsey MacDonald- Nairn Dunbar
Laura Murray- Alford
Roseanne Niven- Crieff
Michele Thomson- McDonald
Jane Turner- Glencorse
Sally Watson- Elie & Earlsferry

National Support Squad

Sara Bishop- Windyhill
Clare-Marie Carlton- Fereneze
Jocelyn Carthew- Ladybank
Claire Hargan- Prestonfield
Kerri Harper- Inverness
Lesley Hendry- Routenburn
Fiona Lockhart- St Regulus
Alexandra Young- Cathkin Braes

Development Squad

Megan Barbour- North Berwick
Fiona Blair- Monifieth
Andrea Bowie- Monifieth
Emma Fairnie- Minto
Laura Falconer- Monifieth
Hannah Harvey- St Leonards
Louise MacGregor- Falkirk
Lauren Mackin- Ranfurly Castle
Katy McNicoll- Carnoustie Ladies
Kirsty Moss- Monifieth
Rachel Myles- St Leonards
Pamela Pretswell- Bothwell Castle
Rebecca Watson- Elie & Earlsferry
Rebecca Wilson- Monifieth

Monday, October 04, 2004

SLGA Centenary Finals

The SLGA Centenary Finals took place on Friday. The county champions played over Glasgow Gailes. Clare Queen scored an impressive 74 gross, playing off the yellow tees, to became the Scottish County Champion of Champions. Our own Champion Roseanne Niven posted a credible 84.

The Silver, Bronze and Junior Team members played over Prestwick. Out of the four players only three counted toward the final scores, the overall winners were Stirling and Clackmannan who tied with Northern on 98 and had to count the fourth score which was 29 to Northerns 26. In third place was Fife with 92, and Lanarkshire in fourth with 91 and Perth & Kinross came 5th with a total of 88. The team were Roseanne Niven - County Champion, Alison Houston - Silver, Susan Berry - Bronze and Annabel Niven - Junior.

Well all who took part.

Friday, October 01, 2004

Some of Perth & Kinross Scratch League winning team. Left to right, Cath Irving, Mary Hope, Susan Arbuckle and Jen Petrie. My thanks to Jen for forwarding this on to me.  Posted by Hello
Perth & Kinross Ladies Scratch League 2004

Congratulations go the Blairgowrie Scratch League Team for winning the Scratch League 2004. This is the first time since the scratch league was introduced in 1991 that Blairgowrie have topped the table.

The final results are as follows:

Blairgowrie - 15 points
Craigie Hill 9 points
Alyth - 7 points
Auchterarder - 6 points
Crieff - 6 points
Muckhart - 3 points
Pitlochry - 1 point

Well done Ladies.

Could you please let me know all the results as they happen next year??? Just Email me at i-d.insurance@btconnect.com. If anyone has any other bits of news please pass this on. Thanks