The victors in the Central Queensland four-ball best-ball stableford championships are Gladstone's John Ngatai and Edwin Jones, and Yeppoon's Young-Jin Hendrie and Kristin Davidson.
The victors in the Central Queensland four-ball best-ball stableford championships are Gladstone's John Ngatai and Edwin Jones, and Yeppoon's Young-Jin Hendrie and Kristin Davidson. ROK041114golf

Tight Central Queensland win by Yeppoon players

YEPPOON'S Kristin Davidson and Young-Jin Hendrie shot to victory in the women's Central Queensland four-ball best-ball stableford championships at the weekend.

They finished with 45 points, the best point score of the day from both the men's and women's events.

They won by the narrowest margin, with the runners-up carding a 44-point score in the event played on the challenging Mercure Capricorn Resort championship course.

Gladstone members John Ngatai and Edwin Jones, who carded a 44-point score on the championship course, won the men's event.

Rockhampton's Ricky Hill and Tony Patterson were second on 43.

The Vanderfield teams event went to Gladstone's Rick and Nick Heinser, Hill and Patterson, and Davidson and Hendrie, with a combined point score of 130.

They scored a comfortable win from Gracemere's Terry Albon and Colin Luckel, Kevin Young and Des Jackson from the Capricorn Country Club and Nola Taylor of Rockhampton and Geraldine Brewster of Wowan on 119.

The tournament is growing in size and popularity, with a total of 48 men and 40 women competing in the final.



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