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Peterborough was in the Warrnambool Council area for a period of time.
Low level of significance
Printed and bound book
Ladies pen Championship trophy presented by Dawn Irvine. The first tray records winners from 1995 to 2015, the second tray records winners from 2016 on.
Significant as it records the winners of the Women's championships, over the years.
Two round silver trays
Engraved with the winners names
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Peterborough Tennis Club were a very active group, over the years. This tournament ran from 1979 to 1993 and records the names of local people and visitors who won. 1979 Don Bradshaw Joy McNab 1980 Richard Cumming Julie Gladstone 1981 Richard Cumming Tiffany McNab 1983 Greg Lawes Sue Exell 1982 Michael Moore P Hindhaugh, 1984 David Spittle Deborah Smith 1985 Richard Cumming Michelle Maschio 1986 Phillip grey Jill Gretton- Watson 1987 Don Bradshaw Jill Gretton- Watson 1988 Richard Cumming Pru Gray 1989 Michael Moore junior Mandy Yencken 1990 Phillip Gray Jill Gretton- Watson 1991 Paul Bayne Deborah Smith 1992 Don Bradshaw Jill Gretton- Watson 1993 Brett Salajan Sue Coldham 1994 Brett Salajan Jill Gretton-Watson
Significant because it was a popular event on the Labour Day weekend and records names of local people and visitors who were winners.
Silver cup with 2 handles and a lid atop a plastic plinth
Engraved with the name of the competition and the names of the winners
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Carmel Densley was a member of the Antares Group. She has documented their activities between 1992 and 19999
Photos are of local identities.
3 photo albums containing pictures of the Antares Group outings and activities
A trophy commemorating the Division one Pennant winners in 1972. It was quite an achievement for this little club to win, in the same year that the Clubhouse was purchased, and when the club emerged as a genuine entity.
Significant because it is an early team win, occurring in the year the current clubhouse was purchased.
40cm tall wooden sculptured hollow shield shaped trophy with a golfer in the centre and eagle atop.
Inscribed on a plate at the front is C.D.G.A, 1972 Pennant Division 1 with a smaller plaque under the Eagle bearing the winning team. 1 K Boyd, 2 W G Sinclair, 3 T Austin, 4 R K Patterson, 5 P G Clark, J S Irvine Capt
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The original cup presented for the championships up to 1995 and which were then transcribed onto the Open Championship Honour Board.
significant because this is an interesting record of the winner in 1927 (J McCully) and then a mysterious gap of 53 years before it became a regular event on the golf calendar.
Inscribed with the winners name in 1927, then records the names from 1980 to 1995.
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A memorial to Mina Dunstan who lived in Peterborough for eight years and was a reporter for The Age newspaper. She was a valued member of the club and was the handicapper for some years. The cup was given by Lady members in her memory. 1982 D Taylor 49, 1983 Ettie Wright 54, 1984 S McPhillip, 1985 A Clark, 1986 June Howe 49, 1986 D Calvert 1987 J Rogers, 1988 D Smith, 1989 J Howe, 1990 M Cashmore, 1991 I King, 1992 D Smith, 1993 T Fraser, 1994 S Brown, 1995 E willox, 1996 A Maloney, 1997 E Willox, 1998 L Bourke, 1999 F Rundle, 2000 J Horton, 2001 M O'Connor, 2002 T Smith, 2003 A Corsie, 2004 W Couch, 2005 E Willox, 2006 M Hesketh, 2007 M Hesketh, 2008 M Hammond, 2009 M Hesketh, 2010 B Drake, 2011 B Drake, 2012 K Matheson, 2013 P Meade, 2014 Lorna Bourke, 2015 Tanya Cartledge, 2016 Tanya Cartledge, 2017 Katheryn Robertson, 2018 Andrea Thompson, 2019 Deb Ferrari.
Significant because it records the winners of the trophy over time.
A small silver cup atop a solid square plinth with shield shaped plaques around the base for engraving.
Inscribed around the base of the cup and around the base of the plinth,
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The Ladies C Grade championship starting in 1991. Winners were: 1991 P Bradshaw, 1992 D Smith, 1993 D Irvine, 1994 N Wills, 1995 D Delaney, 1996 E Spies, 1997 K Bul, 1998 M Smith, 1999 J Bogner, 2000 A. Deppeler, 2001 M O'Connor, 2002 M Bacon, 2003 Jenny Stevens, 2004 M Smith, 2005 Jenny Cunnington, 2006 L Norton, 2007 J Nesseler, 2008 M Price, 2009 J Irwin, 2010 H Finlayson, 2011 H Finlayson, 2012 K Matheson, 2013 K Matheson, 2014 K Morrison, 2015 L Norton, 2016 L Norton, 2017 L Norton, 2018 A Thompson, 2019 F Groves.
Significant as it provides a record of C grade winners over the years. Also provides a snapshot of players
Small silver cup on a pedestal
Inscribed with the competition title and the names and year of the winners
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A reminder of Pennant in a previous form of the Western District Golf Association. We think it was the Corangamite District Golf Association. Only 5 names are engraved: T.L Austin, L.F Hobson, P.G Clark, W.I Armstrong, J.S Irvine
Significant because the club was in its infancy, and did not yet have a formal clubhouse.
Wooden sculptural design trophy with a figurine of a golf atop.
engraved plaque on the base and one half up the arm. Engraved with C.D.G.A 1969 Division 2 Pennant
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Veterans cup presented to lady golfer from 1980. Presented by Liza Moore who was..... 1980 Dawn Irvine, 1981 Nance Kirby,1982 Nance Kirby, 1983 Jean Clingan, 1984 June Moore, 1985 June Neville, 1986 Jean Clingan, 1987 June Moore, 1988 June Bogner, 1989 June Moore, 1990 Peg Townsend, 1991 Audrey Deppeler, 1992 Jean Clingan, 1993 S Sweeney, 1994 M Bacon, 1995 N Wills, 1996 E Willox, 1997 P Roberts, 1998 J Clingan, 1999 S Graansma, 2000 M Wills, 2001 S Graansma, 2002 J Clingan, 2003 E Willox, 2004 M Bacon 2005 A Deppeler, 2006 P Andrew, 2007 J Stevens, 2008 P Martin, 2009 D Calvert, 2010 J Nesseler, 2011 M Hesketh, 2012 J Nesseler, 2013 E Elliot, 2014 - , 2015 M Clements, 2016 M Clements, 2017 H Finlayson, 2018 di Ferrari 2019 J mouncey 2020 J Walsh 2021 L McKenzie.
Freestanding silver cup
Winners engraved upon the sides of the cup
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Records the Best 36 hole net score for the women's championship Winners are: 1996 Elaine Spiel 124 nett 1997 D Smith 113 nett 1998 - 1999 J Howe 126 nett 2000 E Willox 126 nett 2001 M O'Connor 122 nett 2002 T Smith, 2003 Jenny Stevens, 2004 Marg Smith, 2005 Vera Convey, 2006 Marg Hesketh 119 nett 2007 Glenda Edney 129 nett 2008 M Hesketh 119 nett 2009 Fay Rundle 119 nett 2010 Beryl Drake 124 nett 2011 Heather Finlayson 117 nett 2012 Karen Matheson 120 nett 2013 Loretta Roberts 112 nett 2014 K Burl 124 nett 2015 Maureen Clements 118 nett 2017 Katheryn Robertson 127 nett 2018 Andrea Thompson 117 nett 2019 Deb Ferrari 122 nett
mall single handle tankard on a square plinth with plaques around the base for engraving the winners names
Inscribed W.G.P Championship Best 36 Hole Nett. Then winners names and scores are listed.
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Women's event held since 1991 reflecting the increasing number of women players. Winners were: 1995 J Roberts, 1996 E Maloney, 1997 D Delaney, 1998 G Edny, 1999 G Edney, 2000 J Hortin, 2001 W Mason, 2002 T Smith, 2003 W Bason, 2004 J Hortin, 2005 G Edney, 2006 K Burl, 2007 G Edney 2008 M Hammond, 2009 R Westacott, 2010 M Hammond, 2011 K Robertson, 2012 Marion Gordon, 2013 Katherine Robertson, 2014 K Burl, 2015 Kathy Burl, 2016 Debbie Norton, 2017 Marion Gordon, 2018 Pam Payne, 2019 Deb Norton
Significant as it records the clubs B grade winners over time.
Silver cup with plastic, wood like base and shield shaped plaques attached for engraved names
Engraved with event title" Peterborough Golf Club Ladies B Grade Championship. Donated by Lois Cumming". Winners names engraved below
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Winner of this trophy must be a member of the Peterborough Women's Golf. This was one of the very early women's trophies. Winners are: 1968 Mrs Peter Clarke, 1969 Mrs Mark Howard, 1970 Mrs RE Harris, 1971Mrs H McCulloch 1972 Mrs mark Howard, 1973 Mrs RE Harris, 1974 Mrs D R Cashmore, 1975 Mrs D R Cashmore 1976 Mrs D R Cashmore 1977 Mrs Mark Howard, 1978 Mrs D R Cashmore 1979 Mrs. J S Irvine, 1980 Mrs J S Irvine, 1981 Mrs D R Cashmore, 1982 Mrs M Howard, 1983 Mrs R Roberts 1984 Mrs P Punch 1985 Mrs. B Clark, 1986 Faye Meade, 1987 Faye Meade, 1988 Mrs P Punch, 1989 F Meade, 1990 T Fraser, 1991 V Beer, 1992 L. Bourke, 1993 R Whitehead, 1994 T Green 1995 T Green 1996 T Green 1997 E Willox 1998 L Bourke, 1999 F Rundle 2000 F Rundle 2001 F Rundle 2002 F Rundle 2003 F Rundle 2004 F Rundle 2005 M Hesketh 2006 M Hesketh 2007 M Hesketh 2007 M Hesketh, 2008 M Hesketh, 2009 F Rundle 2010 B Drake, 2011 B Drake 2012 T Cartledge 2013 L Roberts 2014 T Cartledge 2015 T Cartledge 2016 T Cartledge 2017 N Cashmore 2018 J Walsh 2019 J Walsh 2020 J Walsh 21 J Walsh
Mesh covered rosebowl shaped trophy on a wood coloured plastic plinth with a metal band for engraving names.
Names of winners engraved
This board, starting in 1972, records the names of women members in the time when they were considered Associates. It lists the name of each President, Captain, Secretary and Champion for each year. The second board records the same information but is now known as the Women's Golf Peterborough. PRESIDENT 1972 - 1976 F. Calvert, 1977 J. Moore, 1978 – 1986 F. Calvert, 1987 – 1992 L. Cumming, 1992 – 1994 M. Scouller, 1995 – 1999 I. Younis SECRETARY 1972 – 1974 D. Irvine, 1975 – 1979 L. Cumming, 1980 – 1981 D. Irvine, 1982 – 1993 M. Hughes, 1994 – 1997 M. Macmillan, 1998 – 1999 M. Maloney CAPTAIN 1972 K. Harris, 1973 – 1976 J. Neville, 1977 – 1979 D. Irvine, 1980 – 1983 L. Cumming, 1984 – 1985 J. Moore, 1986 – 1988 D. Taylor, 1989 – 1990 D. Irvine, 1991 M. Brown, 1992 D. Irvine, 1993 – 1994 P. Townsend, 1995 – 1997 P. Roberts, 1998 – 1999 E. Willox CHAMPION 1972 J. Howard, 1973 K. Harris, 1974 M. Cashmore, 1975 M. Cashmore, 1976 M. Cashmore, 1977 J. Howard, 1978 M. Cashmore, 1979 D. Irvine, 1980 D. Irvine, 1981 M. Cashmore, 1982 J. Howard, 1983 R. Roberts, 1984 P. Punch, 1985 A. Clarke, 1986 F. Meade, 1987 F. Meade, 1988 P. Punch, 1989 F. Meade 1990 T. Fraser, 1991 V. Beer, 1992 L. Bourke, 1993 R. Whitehead, 1994 F. Green, 1995 F. Green, 1996 F. Green, 1997 E. Willox, 1998 L. Bourke, 1998 F. Rundle
Large rectangular wooden honour board with gold printing of names
List of names of chronologically of the President, Secretary, Capt and Champion for each year. Donated by J. Bell Esq Second board was donated by the Estate of Mervyn J Murnane
The Fred Moore trophy is held on Australia Day long weekend. This trophy commemorates the losers, ie the highest score of the day over 12 holes. It began in 1967, and continues. Believed to be donated by Bill Cumming to honour the effort of the players. The event is a non handicap game, so anyone can play, not necessarily golfers. It is still quite a coveted prize. The names on this trophy are not generally found on any other trophies! 1967 L Gatenby G Irvine, 1968 F McIntosh D Morrison, 1969 R Richmond J Wilson, 1970 S Cumming D Urquhart, 1971 S Wilcocks M Koser, 1972 J Murnane D Urquhart, 1973 a. Urquhart P Calvert, 1974 D Mercer A Richmond, 1975 J chirnside D Urquhart, 1976 D McKenzie E Stansfield, 1977 R.A.G Chirnside J Jamison, 1978 T Durham A affleck, 1979 R Grice J.A.S. Chirnside, 1980 WR Jamieson D Calvert, 1981 M Fogarty T Durham, 1982 R Chirnside D Moyle, 1983 T Durham L Cummins, 1984 K Moore P Gray ,1985 I chalingsworth N Kirby, 1986 L Brown C McKenzie, 1987 N Porteous J Gilder, 1988 J Porteous D Morrison, 1989 S Wilkinson T Calvert, 1990 N Gransmaa B Richmond, 1991 K Moore J Pangrazio, 1992 J Fullerton- Healy H McFarlane, 1993 H McCulloch and J Kelly, 1994 A McQueen HW Ryan, 1995 K Reggall J Agar, 1996 Deb Bradshaw D Howe, 1997 J Wilson C Emerson, 1998 N Porteous J Dyson, 1999 G McFeeter K Wallice, 2000 Anthony bell Di Whittaker, 2001 T Smith J Irvine, 2002 Patrick Moore Jill Wilson, 2003 D Howe M Watson, 2004 J Porteous D Fisher, 2005 S Heatherly R Densley, 2006 A Finlay G Burns, 2007 A Campbell M Valmorbida, 2008 S Paton J Austin, 2009 C Ross T Dean, 2010 C McPherson A Cooper, 2011 R Lidgerwood Z Baker, 2012 N Robinson T Custance, 2013 D Hay CW Richmond, 2014 E Chartres A Littlechild, 2015 T Clark M Pithie, 2016 A Campbell J Roxburgh, 2017 P devilee S Borghero, 2018 A Austin H Cumming, 2019 J Brown F Devilee, 2020 R Bell O Wilson, 2021 P Moore S Towell,.
The trophy is important because it represents the fact that its a fun, all inclusive day celebrating the Peterborough Golf Club, members and non members, winners and losers!
Wooden spoon mounted in a plinth, with metal name plates around the base. the original base was round, with one round base added, and a square base added, to provide more space for the names.
Name and dates inscribed on nameplates
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Informal 12 hole golf event, played on Grand Final weekend. This event was started by a group of friends when there were few official golf tournaments played at Peterborough. The event was a stroke event with "mystery handicaps" ie you didn't know your handicap until you finished playing. The event was played on the Sunday of Grand Final weekend (except initially); Friday night traditionally was tea at Boggy Creek Pub and a Fishing Comp on Saturday. The name came about because three of the regular players, Ivan Voss, Bob Loader and R. McKendrick had a hut at the top of the dunes near Crofts Bay. They had a clinker boat on the beach as well. They subsequently built a house in Childers St. It ceased when the original participants were no longer able to play. The date of the first winner is 1980, last recorded winner is 1995. No longer played. further information required. Winners: 2nd August 1980 F. Virgona, 8th March 1981, R Case 25th September 1982, E Brierly 24th September 1983, R Mckendrick, 28th September 1984 D Stead, 28th September 1985 I Turnbull, 27th September 1986 J Charles, 26th September 1987 I Voss, 1988 no winner, 1989 F Carlin, 1990 B Turner, 1991 R Pollock, 1992 S McGuire 25th September 1993 B haskett 1st of october 1994 R pollock 30th of september 1995.
Shortened golf driver and cracked ball mounted upon a wooden base with names engraved on metal surround.
Engraved names, listed below, on metal plate affixed to the base.
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This event was held as a thankyou to the sponsors of the golf club. Peterborough Golf Club sponsors day annual golf tournament winners are 2004 Roberts Farm Supplies, 2005 Schomberg Inn, 2006 Camperdown Removals, 2007 KC Electrica,l 2008 KC Electrica,l 2009 Loader Construction, 2010 Plozza's Pirates, 2011 Hampden Veterinary Clinic, 2012 Timboon Premix, 2013 Green Con Australia P/L, 2014 Ryan golf, 2015 WFI, 2016 Sungold Milk, 2017 Boggy Creek Pub.
Significant as it provides a snapshot of club sponsors over the years.
Trophy with a central sculpture of a golfer and pylons on either side with the winners' name plates
A plaque on the front engraved with Peterborough Golf Club "Sponsors Day" Annual Golf Tournament.
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The event was started by Michelle Ryan in memory of her mother "Tupps" Ryan, who was a long time resident of the town. Winners are: Women: 1996 L Bourke 84, 1997 I Younis 77, 1998 F Rundle 79, 1999 L Bourke 73, 2000 P Roberts 80, 2001 L Loader (9 holes) 42, 2002 I Younis 78, 2003 E Willox 81, 2004 F Rundle, 2005 F Rundell 72, 2006 M Hesketh 69, 2007 M Hesketh 84, 2008 F Rundle 83, 2009 F Rundle 79, 2010 F Rundell 81, 2011 M Hammond 89, 2012 M Hammond 82, 2013 K Robertson, 2014 K Burl, 2015 T Cartledge, 2016 J Walsh, 2017 T Cartledge 2018 K Hammond. Men 1996 W Couch 66, 1997 W Dumesny 66, 1998 A Klemn 73, 1999 W Couch 64, 2000 D Smith 69, 2001 D Bradshaw (9 holes) 30, 2002 D Bradshaw 68, 2003 D Bradshaw 65, 2004 P Plozza 63, 2005 D Bradshaw 78, 2006 W Dumesny 62, 2007 P Plozza 66, 2008 B Dumesny 68, 2009 L Smith 70, 2010 B Dumesny 73, 2011 B Norton 75, 2012 A Haberfield 73, 2013 W Dumesny, 2014 W Dumesney, 2015 J Mckenzie, 2016 B Dumesny, 2017 H Huffadine, 2018 B Hammond.
Significant as it records the successive winners and their scores. It is an ongoing memorial to "Tupps" Ryan who was a stalwart of the town.
Wooden base with sculpted central column with two side wings with a gold painted golfer on top. Glued to the front is a representative ball, flag and hole.
Inscribed on the base " The Michelle Ryan Day Stroke Event sponsored by the Rylance Family. The winners and score are inscribed onto individual plates attached to the front and back of the "wings"
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The Open Women's Championship is open to players from other clubs as well as Peterborough players. The honourboard and original trophy tray was presented by Dawn Irvine. When there was no room for more names, a second tray was presented by Pam Bradshaw, for her mother Dawn Irvine. Open women's championship 1995 V. Beer, 1996 E Willox, 1997 S Beer, 1998 V. Beer, 1999 L Bourke, 2000 R Whitehead, 2001 F Rundle, 2002 SBA 2003 S. Beer, 2004 S Beer, 2005 S. Beer, 2006, D Robinson, 2007 S. Beer, 2008 F Rundle, 2009 T Carter, 2010 D Robinson, 2011 J Barrett, 2012 M Ryan, 2013 F Mead, 2014 R Whitehead, 2015 K. Matheson, 2016 K Matheson 2017 S Bernhard,t 2018 M Ryan, 2019 J Walsh, 2020 COVID-19, 2021 F Philip.
This is significant as it records the winners of this event over the years. It is also a record of the year the event started
Square shaped honour board with gold printing. Two round silver plated trays, with names engraved
Names of winners printed on board - listed below
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Fred Moore was a long time holiday maker with a house in Robertson St, whose children continue to visit. This event is played on the long weekend in January and is very popular as non handicapped players can play. Draw for partners, no handicaps required, and it is a 12 hole event. It is the only time the practice tee is used in an official event, it is used as the first tee and the first becomes the 10th. Winners: 1961 F Calvert T Austin 1962 H McCulloch M Howard 1963 F Calvert T Austin, 1964 J Moore J Irvine, 1965 O Horn W Sinclair, 1966 B Nash H Lucas, 1967 P Nash T Austin, 1968 M Moore J Wilson, 1969 J Chirnside J Wilson, 1970 J Gray P Clark, 1971 D Irvine L Hobson, 1972 K Morrison B cook, 1973 G. Paton T Austin, 1974 K Harris DW Rogers, 1975 J Neville DW Rogers, 1976 F Calvert JS Irvine, 1977 S Clark TL Austin, 1978 J McNabb JS Irvine, 1979 S Cole DW Rogers 1890 J. Dowse, M Howard, 1981 N Kirby A Calvert, 1982 D Irvine J Swinnerton, 1983 N Wallace G Smith, 1984 J Armstrong J Mckenzie, 1985 J Howard L King, 1986 J Howard L king, 1987 H McCulloch P Sloan, 1988 W Mactier JS Irvine, 1989 D Irvine J McNab, 1990 D Smith D Whitehead, 1991 V Ryan F Carlin, 1992 V Hocking K Carroll, 1993 L Bourke C Campbell, 1994 M Scouller DH Bradshaw, 1995 R Whitehead M R Beer, 1996 Deb Calvert B Dumesny, 1997 F Beggs MR Beer, 1998 K Derham- Moore J McNab, 1999 A Deppeler G Smith 2000 V Beer T Pekin, 2001 J Hansson DH Bradshaw, 2002 SABeer CW Richmond, 2003 A Christian M Fisher, 2004 M Hesketh M Fisher, 2005 C Bell G Smith, 2006 T Smith P Watson, 2007 K Burl MBeer, 2008 J Manderson M Beer, 2009 A Gilson L Beer, 2010 L Hills B Dumesny, 2011 M Campbell D Dumesny, 2012 V Beer Dumesny, 2013 J Barrett M Bowden, 2014 C Cass G McGorlick, 2015 M McGorlick W Couch, 2016 C Leishman M Fisher 2017 C Bell D Laherty, 2018 J Barrett W Couch, 2019 J Muhor B Dumesny, 2020 M Hammond T Irvine, 2021 K Matheson H Peters
Significant because Fred Moore was a member and great supporter of the Golf Club. That weekend, the Australia Day long weekend, ia always a family weekend - the sandcastle competition is held, the tennis tournament is held, the cricket match against Timboon (played at Port Campbell) is played. This Canadian foursomes golf event is also held on this sporting weekend and is a very popular and social event.
Two rectangular wooden honour boards, situated adjacent to each other, wih goldleaf names
List of winners of the Fred Moore Trophy
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It is traditional for sporting clubs to recognise their sporting champions and this board maintains that tradition. It lists the Men's club Champion from 1968. It list the life members from 1974.
Significant as it records the annual club champions and lists those honoured with life membership of the club. LIFE MEMBERS 1974 Mrs N. R. Calvert; 1977 Mrs F. Calvert; 1981 D.C. Moore; 1983 M.J. Murnane; 1985 J.S. Irvine; 1987 f. Hughes; 1988 A.W. Moore; 1989 H.W. Ryan; 1990 Mrs J. Neville; 1991 Mrs K.D. Irvine; 1993 D.W. Rogers; 1994 Mrs L. Cumming; 1994 F. Moore; 1998 Mrs E.M. Brown; 1999 A.N. Calvert; 2001 H.M. Gillespie; 2006 D.H. Bradshaw; 2011 R.W. Hesketh; 2013 W.A. Wood; 2017 J. Leishman; 2020 B. Dumesney CLUB CHAMPION 1968 B.J. Cook; 1969 J.W. Wilson; 1970 B.J. Cook; 1971 B.J. Cook; 1972 D.H Bradshaw; 1973 K. D. Boyd; 1974 K. D. Boyd; 1975 B.M. Clarke; 1976 K. D. Boyd; 1977 B. Ellis; 1978 R.K. Patterson; 1979 R.K. Patterson; 1980 T.L. Austin; 1981 B.R. English; 1982 P.G. Clarke; 1983 L. Scott; 1984 A. Sanders; 1985 P. Bayne; 1986 B. Clarke; 1987 M. Beer; 1988 B. Clarke; 1989 B. Clarke; 1990 P.T. Plozza; 1991 P.Brown; 1992 S. Trounce; 1993 B. Dumesney; 1994 M.R. Beer; 1995 S. Rowe; 1996 J. O’Shea; 1997 S. Craig; 1998 B. Dumesney; 1999 B. Dumesney; 2000 S. Craig; 2001 B. Dumesney; 2002 d. Whitehead; 2003 g. Crake; 2004 D. Gloster; 2005 C. Brooks; 2006 M. Hayden; 2007 M. Hayden; 2008 C. Brooks; 2009 M.R. Beer; 2010 A. Presnell; 2011 M. Fisher; 2012 G. McGorlick; 2013 M.R. Beer; 2014 L. Elmer; 2015 W. Couch; 2016 D. Smith; 2017 H. Huffadine; 2018 M. Ryan; 2019 M. Bell; 2020 Covid 19; 2021 L. Smith
Rectangular shaped wooden honour board
Dates and names engraved
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Honour board recording the winners of the Summer medal and Winter medal events played over a number of weeks each year. Names listed: 1973 G. Brown, M. Brown 1974 M. Hickey, M, Hickey 1975 J. Moore 1976 E. Stafford, E. Moore 1977 D. Irvine, D. Irvine 1978 M. Brown, N. Scott 1979 J. Neville, J. Neville 1980 J. Moore, L. Cumming 1981 D. Taylor, E. Wright 1982 J. Neville, D. Irvine 1983 M. Kirby, L. Cumming 1984 E. Cumming, J. Neville 1985 R. Reid, P. Punch 1986 S. Phillip, D. Wallace 1987 E. Maloney, H. McCulloch 1988 M. O’Donohue, D Taylor 1989 D. Delaney, D. Hansen 1990 S. Philip, J. Bognor 1991 D. Costin, E. Willox 1992 A. Deppeler, J. Clingan 1993 D. Costin, M. Scouller 1994 B. Day, D. Ryan 1995 J. McKenzie, L. Bourke 1996 I. Younis, K. Adams 1997 I. Younis, D. Roberts 1998 E. Willox, J. Clingan 1999 J. Howe, E. Rundle 2000 J. Howe, M. Bacon 2001 S. Graansma, M. Bacon 2002 A. Corsie, A. Corsie 2003 H. Finlayson, J. Clingan 2004 L. Saunders, V. Convey 2005 K. Burl, L. Bourke 2006 A. Van Dooren, M. Hesketh 2007 J. Stevens, M. Hesketh 2008 E. Willox, J. Cunnington 2009 M. Bacon. M. Hesketh 2010 M. Gordon, M. Smith 2011 H. Finlayson, A. Gilson 2012 M. Gordon, K. McKenzie 2013 L. Roberts, K. McKenzie 2014 K. Burl, M. Gordon 2015 M. Clements, K. Burl 2016 K. Matheson, M. Hammond 2017 K. Robertson, K. Burl 2018 A. Thompson, P. Payne 2019 J. Mounsey, K. Matheson 2020 H. Finlayson, K. Burl 2021 V. Convey,
Rectangular shaped timber board with individual nameplates
Women's Golf Peterborough Medal Board. In Honour of Mary Hughes (Hon Secretary 1982-1993) Donated in Memory by her Family.
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Helen Ludeman, resident of Nullawarre, loved her golf and died far too young. her family donated the trophy and established the tournament in her memory. The tournament was first held in 1998.
Significant as the plaque lists the date, name and club for the winners of each year.
Irregularly shaped timber board with individual nameplates engraved with the winners names, and a faded photo of Helen Ludeman in the middle.
Main plaque engraved with W.G.P. Helen Ludeman Memorial (Invitation) Stableford Pairs.
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Lorraine Loader was a resident of Peterborough and a keen golfer who's home in Schomberg Road overlooked the fourth fairway and was a valued member of the club. Upon her death the 4 Ball Better Ball event was created and her family donated funds for prizes and this honour board. Names listed : 2007 Cath Bell, Jill Wilson 14 up. 2008 Melissa Hammond, Helen Meade 15 up. 2009 Marion Venn, Bett Atkins 7 up. 2010 Marion Venn, Bett Atkins 14 up. 2011 Kathryn Robertson, Lisa Gardner 13 up. 2012 Kathryn Robertson, Joanne Hammond 10 up. 2013 Erica Elliott, Karen Matheson 13 up. 2014 Faye Mead, Karen Matheson 17 up. 2015 Maureen Clements, Judy Walsh 12 up. 2016 Melissa Hammond, Joanne Hammond 13 up. 2017 Helen Keogh, Robyn McLeod (no score here). 2018 Kathryn Robertson, Katrina Hammond 16 up. 2019 Lynette Coxon Elaine Hrabar 12 up
Significant because the tournament continues in her memory today.
Irregular shaped varnished milled piece of timber with individual nameplates engraved with the names of the winners each year.
Main plaque: Women's Golf Peterborough Lorraine Loader Memorial 4BBB
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M. J. (Merv) Murnane was a resident of Peterborough and committed member of the golf club. The C Grade trophy honours his memory. Names listed on the plaque:1988 Paul Bourke, 1989 Daniel Whitehead, 1990 K. Parsons, 1991 L. Depeler, 1992 B. King, 1993 S. Dumesny, 1994 R. Holbeach, 1995 B. King, 1996 C.O. Moore, 1997 F. O’Connor, 1998 L. Beer, 1999H. Gretton-Watson, 2000 T. Ludeman, 2001 F. O’Connor, 2002 G. Osborn, 2003 J. Brown, 2004 R.Cunnington, 2005 P. Rintoule, 2006 G. Togni, 2007 A. Gunn, 2008 P. Deppeler, 2009 B. Flanders, 2010 J. Affleck, 2011 D. Manderson, 2012 J. McKenzie, 2013 B. Stewart, 2014 Dr. G. Irvine, 2015 M.Foley, 2016 G. Densley, 2017 B. Hesketh, 2018 B. Hesketh, 2019 D. Coloretti, 2020 Covid, 2021 D.Delaney, 2022 D. Bradshaw
Significant as it records the C Grade championship winners over the years.
Rectangular wooden plaque with individually engraved names and dates from 1992, featuring a small, attached trophy .
Peterborough Golf Club M. J. Murnane Shield, C Grade Championship
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Honour Board recording the names of the annual monthly medal winners from 1997 onward.
Significant as it records the winners over the years. Winners are: 1997 M. Magilton, 1998 D. Roberts, F. Carlin, 1999 ---- 2000 F. Carlin, 2001 W. Dumesny, 2002 L. Deppeler, 2003 P. Deppeler, 2004 L. Deppeler, 2005 G. Drake, 2006 L. Deppeler, 2007 B. Flanders, 2008 L. Deppeler, 2009 B. Hesketh, 2010 R. Edge, 2011 O. Reid, 2012 O. Reid, 2013 O. Reid, 2014 J. McKenzie, 2015 M. Tribe, 2016 V. Beekman, 2017 P. Sinnott, 2018 B. Hesketh, 2019 J. Costin,m 2020 D. Delaney, 2021 P. Cashmore
Rectangular wooden honour board with individually engraved name plaques with name and date of the annual winner.
Peterborough Golf Club Monthly Medal Captains Trophy
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Annual B Grade trophy for the Club Championship. Percy .F Stafford owned a jewellery shop in Warrnambool, he purchased the Chirnsides house and became a committed member of the club. Winners are: 1979 C. O. Moore, 1980 D. H. Bradshaw, 1981 D. A. McKenzie, 1982 B. King, 1983 R. Paton, 1984 L. King, 1985 J. McNab, 1986 J. King, 1987 R. Loader, 1988 G. Smith, 1989 P. Bourke, 1990 D. Cooke, 1991 P. Sloane, 1992 T. Barrett, 1993 S. Robilliard, 1994 P. Deppeler, 1995 B. Couch, 1996 H. Nelson, 1997 R. Loader, 1998 R. Loader, 1999 J. Wallis, 2000 F. Carlin, 2001 L. Deppeler, 2002 K. Cleary, 2003 M. Fisher, 2004 K. Cleary, 2005 D. Laherty, 2006 F. Carlin, 2007 M. Tribe, 2008 J. Leishman, 2009 D. Drake, 2010 J. Leishman, 2011 D. Laherty, 2012 T. Calvert, 2013 M. Bowden, 2014 T. Calvert, 2015 M. Bowden, 2016 L. Beer, 2017 C. Huffadine, 2018 J. Watene, 2019 J. Costin, 2020 Covid, 2021 C. Huffadine, 2022 N. Tribe
Significant because it records the annual winner of the B Grade golf club championship.
Rectangular wooden Honour Board with engraved individual plaques listing the individual winners name and date. It feature a raised silver wreath with crossed golf clubs.
Peterborough Golf Club P.F. Stafford Shield B Grade Championship
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Ned Ryan was a local resident and former shearer who became a permanent resident and then green keeper. He was a valued member of the club and was the father of the current green keeper, Hugh Ryan. This event was created in his memory in 2003. The Honour Board was donated by Mr D. W. Rogers (David but always known as Bill) who was a long time summer resident of the town. He replaced Rod Calvert as a trustee, when Rod passed away. 2003 M. Ryan 26 pts, 2004 D. Manderson 27 pts, 2005 R. Joyce 26 pts, 2006 K. Heffernan 28 pts. 2007 S. Baundinette 26 pts, 2008 D. Manderson 27 pts, 2009 L. Beer 25 pts, 2010 K, Moore 30 pts, 2011 M. Hammond 25 pts, 2012 R. Chirnside 25 pts, 2013 M. Campbell 28 pts, 2014 M. Campbell 28 pts, 2015 M. Bowden 25 pts, 2016 D. Calvert 26 pts. 2017 R. Hills 21 pts, 2018 R. Beggs 22 pts, 2019 M. Carlin 27 pts, 2020 W. Couch 24 pts, 2021 K. Robertson 21 pts, 2022 B. (Rebecca) Manifold 23 pts
It is significant because Ned was such a valued member and the annual event continues in his memory.
Wooden Honour board with individual engraved plaques listing the date and score of each winner, from 2003 onward.
Peterborough Golf Club "Ned's Nine" In Fond Memory of H.W. (Ned) Ryan. Donated by Mr D. W. Rogers
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Historical record of the players who have made a Hole in One in this course. Mrs. D. Irvine G. Blain Miss M. Howard A. Reid D. W. Rogers R. Dowding J. Neville M. Moore J. Howard R. Hesketh I. McKenzie J. Corsie B. Dumesny R. Davies W. Sinclair J. Stevens P. Sloane F. Rundle H. W. Ryan M. Beer R. A. Chirnside
Significant because it records the name of the players who make a hole in one.
Round wooden board with a gold 1 in the centre, approx 50cm in diameter. The new board is a rectangular shape with gold printing. HOLE IN ONE (ROUND TIMBER BOARD) DONATED BY D. McNAB Mrs. D. Irvine G. Blain Miss M. Howard A. Reid D. W. Rogers R. Dowding J. Neville M. Moore J. Howard R. Hesketh I. McKenzie J. Corsie B. Dumesny R. Davies W. Sinclair J. Stevens P. Sloane F. Rundle H. W. Ryan M. Beer R. A. Chirnside HOLE IN ONE Rectangular board DATE PLAYER HOLE 06.02.O4 T. Smith (Senior) 6th 30.12.07 R. Hesketh 7th 20.01.08 F. Carlin 3rd 27.10.08 A. Van Dooren 6th 11.04.09 D. H. Bradsgaw 18th 27.12.09 M. Beer 3rd 11.07.10 S. D. Payne 3rd 07.04.12 P. Bradshaw 7th 25.11.12 M. Ryan 15th 10.02.13 B. Flanders 14th 27.12.14 B. Flanders 3rd 31.01.16 N. Matheson 11th 12.06.16 D. Norton 15th 23.11.18 P. Cashmore 17th 20.10.19 J. Walsh 6th
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The golf tournament evolved from the P'boro Power Boat Race. The tournament is still a big event on the Peterborough Golf Club calendar. The Cup records the winners of the actual boat race, including the name of the winning boat and the skipper from 1949 to 1962. The winners were: 1949 Won by Albie Affleck Skipper HT Grimwade. 1950 Won by Lady Emma Skipper DC Moore, 1951 Aunt Spee Skipper A W Moore, 1952 JB Skipper J W Bartlam, 1953. Cynic Skipper HT Grimwade, 1954 Tom Thumb Skipper CR Chirnside, 1955 Nipper Skipper PW Coy, 1956 Typhoon Skipper LG Tabart 1957 Lady Nelson skipper DC Moore, 1958 - 1959 The Sea Moore Skipper F Moore, 1960 Cutty Sark Skipper RA Chirnside, 1961 Sweep Skipper S Joyce, 1962 scum skipper WM Holbeach
This honour board is significant because it records the winners over time of the event, but also because it is a link with the original boat race, which was a major fun event over summer in the town.
A shield shaped wooden plaque with a metal scroll at the top and metal engraved shield shape in the centre of the board, surrounded by numerous smaller shield shapes, each engraved with the names of the winners and the date. Also a cup with shield shaped plaques around the base to record the winners.
Central plaque inscribed thus: THE SCHOMBERG CUP THE OFFICERS OF THE PPBC 1949 Admiral Desmond C. Moore, Captain Wocca Moore Chief Engineer Andy Chirnside Boson John Wiber Chief Petty Officer (Later Mutinously & illegally self appointed Tinny Grimwade Lieutenant Commander) Ships Cat Tom Austin Master at Arms I Barty (Mr. Bartlam) II Brigadier Tinsley III Mark Howard Sub Lieutenant Gitchie Calvert Jnr Boson II Moyle Breton Chief Writer Jonnie Moore
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The Peterborough Power Boat Club was formed "on an indoors sort of day" during the summer of 1946/1947 in the bar of the old pub (The Peterborough Hotel). There was an annual race, which was a bit of fun, not a serious race. The race was called The Schomberg Cup (which then evolved into a golf tournament) and varied from a single unhandicapped lap around some marker buoys to the highest aggregate score from a series of three handicapped heats. The night before a Calcutta was held at the Hotel at which well dressed patrons all bet on the winning crew. The event ceased probably due to the aging of the main instigators.
This is significant because it was a much anticipated annual event involving the whole township, anyone with a boat entered. Also, it somehow evolved into the annual golf tournament The Schomberg Cup
Handmade poster in a wooden frame which include text and photographs
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