IN Division one action the Hills undefeated season came to an end at Kooralbyn on Saturday.
The lads from Kooralbyn were too good for the understrength Jimboomba boys running out winners by 4/2. In the fourballs Junta Takagi and Mitch Revie went down 2 and 1 with Tony Lee and Franklin Lydra getting up 2 and 1.
In singles, Minkyu Kim lost 4 and 3, Patrick Bruminhent lost 3 and 2, Bright Thongsom won 4 and 2 and Ultra Namkang lost one down in what was a very tight match.
At the turn all matches were very close, however the local knowledge of Kooralbyn allowed them to came home with a wet sail on the back 9 to take the win.
The div one team still sits on top of the ladder but the race is well a truly on for the rest of the season. This week has the Hills top side playing away against Carbook in what will be another test.
In div two the Hills GC hosted a a strong Windaroo team. In the end Windaroo won 3.5 to 2.5. First Fourball pairing of Simon Hewitt and Rob Rochford finished 4 and 3 down, the second Fourball pairing of father and son combination, Lance and Jamie Eade went down 2 and 1.
In singles, Daniel Mollica returned for his first match but unfortunately went down 5 and 3. Gavin Skeet, after being two down early came back for a strong win 5 and 3. Adrian Paterson was in a battle until the end, going down 18 to finish all square. Matthew Forshey stepping up to play number one continued his good form winning 3 and 2.
The div 2 side host Beaudesert, looking to make amends for the narrow loss a few weeks ago out at Beaudesert and also to get it’s season back on track with a win. The div three side returned home on the weekend for it’s first home game of the season, doing so with a bang notching up a great win.
In fourball action, Kevin Gardner and Zane Thomas went down 3 and 2, with the solid combination of Craig O’Donnell and Brandon Biddlecombe Getting up convincingly 5 and 3. In Singles Craig Pickering returned to the side with a 6 and 5 win, captain John Biddlecombe kept his winning form going getting up for a 2 and 1 win, Audie Hoffman fought all the way to the death, but narrowly lost one down in a tight encounter, with Nick Hoffman fighting hard all way to 18th, getting the win one up which gave the the team a 4/2 win.
This result has the Hills lads poised nicely in the competition. Next week they host Redland Bay, looking to make amends for the narrow loss.