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An inter-club match was played at Pupuke yesterday with North Shore, the latter winning by 18 matches to 12, with 6 all square. In the four-ball play Pupuke won, u to 3, with 4 games all square. Shore won 15 singles to 7, with 2 all square. A Stableford over 9 holes was won by B. Rhodes (3), North Shore, from W. Worrall (13), Pupuke, on a count back, both scoring 19 points. The next best was G. Hudson (3), North Shore, with 18. . A four-ball bogey was won by the Pupuke pair, H. Burton (10) and F. Wilson (20), with a card of 4 up. The next best was 3 up returned by W. Worrall and L. Saunders. Titiranef.—ln the fourth round of the Taylor Bowl yesterday the results were:—Gilmour beat Steele, 6 and 5; Worley beat Laycock, 4 and 3: Rawson beat Pemberton, 1 up; Bunting beat Fawcett, 5 and 3; T. Gill beat Clark, 2 and I; Reynolds beat Pearce, 6 and 5: Roberts beat Service. 3 and 2; Booth beat W. Gill. 3 and 2. Auckland.—Second round of E. B. Bloomflsld Bowl (best two of three medal rounds): C. P. loadley .74-5-69; Peter Phillips, 87-18-69; P. C. Savage, 74— J— 71; J. Oilroy, 79—7—72; J. Worley 82—10—72; E. Q. Neale, 84—12—72; 8. C Hodges, 86—13—73. Hoadley won on a count back. Top Dogs' competition: S. C. Hodges and A. H. ICifker beat T. Jones and A. J. Friedlander. 2 and 1. R. H. Gyllies and D. G. Brown beat W. Wilson and K. N. B. Wilson, 4 and 3; K McK. Wilson and W. M. Bell beat E. L. Bartleet and W. L. Wyber. 1 up.

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ROUND THE LINKS, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 190, 13 August 1945

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ROUND THE LINKS Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 190, 13 August 1945

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