With work at Napier Oval complete and the club having its own dedicated ground, the Blayney Soccer Club is holding a special day of soccer on Saturday, July 23.
All the juniors will be at home and following those matches over on Napier 1 at 1.15pm the seniors team will be taking on Cowra.
That's not all folks.
Once they beat Cowra C-grade at 3.15pm an A grade match between Cowra Eagles and Waratah FC will be held at the ground.
The canteen will be open and there will be a bouncy castle and more to keep the young ones occupied.
Last Saturday we played our Monthly Medal sponsored by Newmans Fuel and a 18 hole stroke event for Dave Hadlow's Trophy our winner with nett 73 was Rod Corbett.
A/Grade R/U on a C/B was Garry Keen nett 75.
B/Grade R/U on a C/B with nett 74 was Ian Hobby and Matt Lewis won a ball with nett 74.
Nearest the pin 2nd/11th.
A/Grade Tyler Keen 107cm.
B/Grade Ian Hobby 268cm.
This Saturday we will be a 18 hole Stableford event for Tony Bowers Trophy and the 1st round of the Elders Rural Bank Trophy in which we will see Rod & Nick Corbett V Nigel Harbowski & Mick Dixon, Gav Stammers & Scotty Oborn V Gerry Davis & Pete Neal, Tyler Keen & Tony Gannon V Garry Keen and Tony Smith, Jessy & Gav Cheney V Jason & Billy Davis.
Saturday 16th we will be playing an 18 hole Stableford for the Monday Vets Trophy.
Just one rule to remind some members of Golf etiquette, If you are anywhere on the course please take a quick look around to see if there is another group in close proximity as voices do carry, we do need to keep our voices down just so your own group can hear all about whatever needs to be discussed.
With King George Oval looking like a salesyard the Blayney Bears coach Alex Pettit was correct when he said that the Bathurst Panthers would have a fire in their belly after being beaten at home on the 26th of June.
The Panthers are at second place on the lader and are an extremely strong side that can pull it out when needed, and they did just that on Sunday.
The trying conditions meant that there was many a dropped ball on both sides and the final scorecard of 10-8 in favour of the Panthers is an indication of just how tough the match was.
This Sunday the Bears are at home against Orange CYMS at 12pm.
The under 13's League Tag side are improving every week and had a great win against Lithgow on the weekend.
Whereas their parents may have been crying out 'Oh girls, please, don't' the girls not only enjoyed the game but they also took part in some slip and slide action in the mud.
They proved that they will be a force to reckon with in the future by wholeheartedly embracing the muddy conditions at KGO on the weekend.
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