GOLF DAY: Cancer Council Queensland Warwick branch members at the charity day at the Warwick Golf Club included: (front) Andy Wilson with (back, from left) Carol Cooke, Terry Brown, Cheryl Christelow, Kay Wilson, Bruce Mauch, Rionne Lamberth, David Cunningham, Sheryl Simpson, Bernadette and Ken Hartnett.
GOLF DAY: Cancer Council Queensland Warwick branch members at the charity day at the Warwick Golf Club included: (front) Andy Wilson with (back, from left) Carol Cooke, Terry Brown, Cheryl Christelow, Kay Wilson, Bruce Mauch, Rionne Lamberth, David Cunningham, Sheryl Simpson, Bernadette and Ken Hartnett.

Cancer charity golf day raises about $2000

ROSS and Trish Bell, Wayne Foster and Peter Wright were the major winners in a field of 140 at the annual Cancer Council Queensland Charity Golf Day.

They won the best gross with a score of 62 in the four-ball ambrose.

The best nett was won by the Hinze family, Sam, Jeff, Lacey and Indy, with 51.5. Sam is the current club women's champion.

Jackie and Peter Millard, Andrew Bardsley and Wayne Weidman were runners-up with 51.875.

Cancer Council Queensland Warwick branch president Kay Wilson said she hoped close to $2000 would be raised.

"It was our biggest day to date, we had great support from Warwick Golf Club members and non-members," Wilson said.

"All the trophies and raffle prizes were sponsored by local businesses so there was no outlay by our branch."

The branch raised $640 through raffles, which will be boosted by part of the nomination fees. Twenty branch members helped sell tickets on the day.



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