Gunners Challenge Golf Day 2014

 

On Thursday 7 August 2014 the players assembled at the Rosnay Golf Club in Auburn, to compete for the RAA Association Golf Challenge Shield, or the Condon Associates Trophy for the non-military teams. This was the second year that the RAA Association Shield was competed for by all Defence personnel, as well as Defence member organisations. A key purpose of the event, is to raise funds for Legacy NSW to help meet the demand for support from the families of those who have served. This year raised a record $3,315, bringing the total to date to $8,009. A great effort by all involved.

(Photos by Charyn Bello - click on an image for a larger image)

Winners on the day were:

RAA Association (NSW) Shield

Castle Hill RSL Sub-branch - L to R

Des Brady, Phil Evenden, Tim Peters and Ian Robertson

 

Second place

Career Management Army - L to R

Stefan Hreszczuk, Schon Condon and Scott Condon

 
 

Condon Associates Trophy

Engadine Probus Club - L to R

John Jolly presenting awards to John Columbo, Diane Wills, Neil Dibbley, (Lyn Dong) and Brian Mcgee

 

Second Place

Bibby Financial Services - L to R

Richard Makowski, Brendan Green, Patricia Kruse and Pat King

 

Third Place

NAB One - L to R

Sebastian Paker, Shane Sloan and Todd Livesley

Bradman Prize

NAB Two - L to R

Jon Gillingham presenting the prizes to Megan Robertson, Alraf Khan and Shamin De Lanerolle

 
 
 

Schon Condon presenting to Graham Banks from Legacy NSW

Players relaxing at the Golf dinner.

This year we had a number of committed sponsors and our thanks go to 180 Corporate, NAB Business Banking Parramatta, JPG Business Solutions, RICOH, & Condon Associates.

Thanks go to 180 Group, Quintessential Equity, Rosnay Golf Club and Bibby Financial Services for donating prizes. As well thanks go to Lyn Dong and Jason Greasby, for organising and running the day.

The next occasion the "owners" of the Shield/Trophy will be challenged, is to be advised.

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