Legacy a big winner at golf day

ROD Kilner was the winner, with 44 points, at the 14th annual Police Legacy Day at the Warwick Golf Club on Wednesday.

Sergeant Shane Reid, of Warwick police, was in his 13th year of organisation of the day along with former Warwick and now Toowoomba policeman Sergeant MickLoveday, who was also involved in the inaugural event 14 years ago.

Con Seibel was runner up on 42 points.

Russell Jones, from Oxley, was the police winner on 40 points.

The day attracted more than 110 players, including a police officer from Bamaga, formerly from Goondiwindi, who was in Brisbane and made the trip to Warwick.

Officers from Warwick, Toowoomba, Ipswich, Brisbane, Clifton and Stanthorpe also played along with more than 90 supporters from the community.

Of the 20 serving police officers who played, half are regular golfers.

Sgt Reid said he was grateful for the support of Warwick businesses that sponsored the day, along with golf resorts from the Gold and Sunshine coasts who were also sponsors.

“The support of Warwick Sporters Golf Club and Warwick Golf Club made the day possible,” he said.

“Police legacy has helped people in our community,” he said.

See full results in weekly golf notes in All Sorts of Sports each Wednesday



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