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MAUNGAKIEKIE CMJB. — Nominated medal handicap:—Seniors: Mrs. J. Jerrat, 91—13—78: Miss I Garland, 97—19—78; Miss A. Wallis. 97—18—79. Miss Garland won on a count-back. Juniors: Mrs. A. J. Ferguson, 100—23—77: Mrs. H B. Durean, 109—32-77; Mrs. B. Hay. 113—34— 79: Mrs. Ferguson won on a oount-back. A between teams representing the president and captain was won by the latter by 15 games to 8. PCPUKE CLUB.— Second round of Williamson Cup: Miss Sexton beat Miss S. Thomas, 3 and 2; Mrs. .Godfrey beat Mlas Campbell, 4 and 3; Mrs. Brown beat Miss M. Clark. 5 and 3: Miss B Orr won from Miss B. O'Neill by default: Miss Calver won from Mrs. Bennett by default; Miss B Essie beat Mrs. Currle. 1 up; Mrs. Mills won from Miss Grennell bv default; Mrs. Andrew beat Mrs. Howie. 4 and 2.

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LADIES' GOLF, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 180, 1 August 1945

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LADIES' GOLF Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 180, 1 August 1945

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