The annual 36 hole, in one day, Gungewalla Cup is upon us once again on Sunday, June 10 so here is some current form information for the so far nominated golfers, although nominations are still open.
Anthony Bell: A great win two years ago resulted in close attention from the steward’s since, to ensure there is no repeat of the Fine Cotton affair.
Rick Bennett: Always out of the blocks quickly but will find the distance a challenge.
Daniel Bush: The steward will be looking at his eligibility and could find a case for concern due to excessive work.
Jeff Cassidy: A popular winner last year and will be hard to beat.
Robert Dunwoodie: Won't make the distance. His mind may be willing but not so much the body.
Tim Good: Has improved with the release to finer pasture. Could be a big dark horse this year.
Phil Johnston: Obsessed with the small white ball. Will be going all out to win this year before it is too late.
Andrew McGrath: Described recently as a gentleman of the game, don't know by whom. More settled with life and could be a threat.
Roger Mason: Has been improving of late and could be a serious contender.
Anthony Greig: Will find the distance a challenge but will take said challenge and promise the world.
Josh Greig: A real contender. Hits a long ball and if he gets his putter working will be hard to beat.
Roger Shean: Could find the conditions difficult. Will be safer to bet on another runner.
Garry Sheppard: Last week's winner is hitting his straps at the right time and could be one to watch.
Some other regulars on the course that are yet to nominate and if they do on recent form could be worth some attention at the calcutta such as Tom Corcoran and Mick Tuckerman, among others, so come along on Saturday night, June 9, to peruse the final nomination list and select your winner.