Monday, 19 December 2016

We're ready for the festive season

19 December 2016

This week the KGC is open on Monday for play. 

Through the week there is a Wednesday competition and a Thursday KWV Powerplay Niner. 

Four items are on offer on Friday - the Sun Flamingo Niner, the snowball draw, a family putting competition 17h30 to 20h00 and the Casual Tea “Build a Burger of your Choice” in between it all. 

On Saturday a Club competition will be on offer. On Sunday, Xmas Day, the course will be closed. 

On Monday, the Day of Goodwill (and good golf), Members are encouraged to try out their gift-wrapped Christmas clubs, balls, gloves, caps, shirts etc. in a morning only competition. Prize giving will be at 14h00.

Monday, 21 November 2016

Husqvarna Kimberley Amateur Open

The Kimberley Golf Club Presents the:
Saturday 26 November 2016

School Shoes Tower Golf Tournament- 9 December 2016

Weekly Newsletter

Kimberley Golf Club Report 20 November 2016
The final round of the 2016 Sealing Solutions League was played out on Sunday. Kimberley Batteries finally put paid to the Golf Shop so dominant through recent years. The aggregate results in the A league reflected Kimberley Batteries 83.5 points, the Golf Shop 74.5 points and C-PAC 57 points. In the B league it was Pinseekers 92 points, Molinari’s 78 points and Lenong 65 points.

A near perfect course with weather conditions to match ensured an exceptional return in scores on Saturday. An individual stableford the top scores included four 40 pointers, five 41 pointers, two 42 pointers and a winning 43 points. It was Braam Botes, in the final covey, who returned the top card. Cedric van der Ross and Kariem Anderson were second and third respectively, just one point adrift. The final prize winners, all on 41 points, were William Orton, Joshua Edwards and Rudi Dexter. Joshua Edwards carded the lowest round of his career, a four under par 68 (32/36).

OJ Maimane carded a gross 34 for 23 points and a clear win in Friday’s Sun Flamingo Meat and Slots Niner. Andries Kori, who carded a similar gross 34, returned 21 points for second place. Shane Arthur and Allen Meyers were third and fourth, each on 20 points. Gavin Oliver was the final prize winner on 19 points on a count out.

Dave Wilson returned 24 points to win the KWV Powerplay Niner on Thursday. Dave Benade was the runner up, just one point behind. Nico Ross was third on 21 points. All three posted a big six as did Neville Alexander and Herby Woodbridge.

Gavin van Zyl (36 points), Mike Doherty (35 points) and Gavin Schafer (35 points) were the top scorers in Wednesday’s Leon’s House of Liquor IPS on Wednesday.

This week the KGC will host the Horseshoe Inn Betterball Stableford on Wednesday, the KWV Niner on Thursday and the Sun Flamingo Niner along with the snowball draw on Friday. This Saturday the Club will host the final major for the year – the Husqvarna Kimberley Amateur Open, an individual stableford over 36 holes played from a seeded draw. Recognition will also be given to the top stroke play returns in the tournament. The entry is on the notice board or phone Mike on 053 8410127.

TUESDAY 22-11-16
Special Rates

WEDNESDAY 23-11-16
Horseshoe Inn BBS
THURSDAY 24-11-16
KWV Niner and Spur U/23 9er

FRIDAY 25-11-16
Sun Flamingo 9er

SATURDAY 26-11-16
Husqvarna Kimberley Amateur Open
SUNDAY 27-11-16
Final round Sealing Solutions Sunday League

MONDAY 28-11-16
Course closed

Thursday, 6 October 2016

Sealing Solutions Sunday League

The final round of the 2016 Sealing Solutions League was played out on Sunday. Kimberley Batteries finally put paid to the Golf Shop so dominant through recent years. The aggregate results in the A league reflected Kimberley Batteries 83.5 points, the Golf Shop 74.5 points and C-PAC 57 points. In the B league it was Pinseekers 92 points, Molinari’s 78 points and Lenong 65 points.

Sunday, 21 August 2016

Weekly Newsletter 22 August 2016

On Saturday Adrian McLaren made short work of his fourball, the morning field, the afternoon field and the course in carding a one under par gross 71 for 45 individual stableford points. Pierre Wasserman was the runner up on 41 points. Shane Arthur was third on 40 points. The final prize went to Cedric van der Ross on 39 points.
After a gross 73 that included a level par 36 on the opening nine for 22 points Eddie Barkhuizen deservedly won the Sun Flamingo Niner on Friday. Four players followed on 20 points – Wade King, Susan Ferreira, Willie Uys and Donald Whitebooi.
J van Tonder posted 41 points to claim the annual APK Die Kruis Church Fundraisers on Friday afternoon. Andre Williams and Nico Jacobs were second and third on 37 points each. P Oliwage (34), J Pienaar (33) and Mike Oertel (33) received the final prizes.
Braam Botes returned the top score in Thursday’s KWV Niner, 20 points. Ross Crozier, making a rear appearance at the KGC, posted an eight pointer at the 14th to secure second place on 17 points. Herby Woodbridge was third on 16 points aided by a big six at the 15th.
A three over par 75 gross for 43 individual stableford points placed Gavin van Zyl well ahead of the field in the Leon’s House of Liquor Wednesday competition. Bertie Burger was second on 36 points with Lennie Allen third on 35 points.

This Week at KGC:
This week KGC offers the Horseshoe Inn BBS on Wednesday, the Spur Junior Challenge and KWV Powerplay Niner on Thursday and Sun Flamingo Niner followed by the snowball draw on Friday. On Saturday it is the final round of the Pennypinchers Winter Meat Challenge.

Monday, 25 July 2016

Weekly Newsletter 24 July 2016

Two outstanding league matches were played on Sunday. In the A league match the Golf Shop got the better of Sealing Solutions to win both matches and gain 17 points against 3 after the bonus count. In the B League match the Motley Crew edged out the Pinseekers with one win one and one draw to gain 15 points against 4 after the bonus count.

On Saturday 90 players teed off in round two of the Pennypinchers Winter Meat Challenge. A bight in the air, but, not on the greens required a deft short game. In all just four players returned better than net par for the day. Young Fareez Alexander was first on 38 individual stableford points. Three players followed on 37 points. The count deemed Steve Turner second, Christo Swanepoel third and Wade King fourth. The final outing is set for Saturday 27th August. The aggregate scores for the three rounds will determine the overall winners.

In the QACCS triangular played Friday the Northern Cape returned the top average 31.76 points to claim the trophy. Free State, the runners up on 29.85 points, edged out the Northern Free State who finished on 29.21 points.
In the fourball alliance Pieter Botes, Wikus Myburgh, Aubrey Josiah and Cedric Bredenkamp posted the top score, 104 points. Pieter Botes and William Hennery led the IPS section, both players returned 41 points. Johannes Wessels (40), Pieter Brits (39), Francois Nel (37) and Willie Delport (37) were the remaining prize winners. 

Ronnie Engelbrecht returned 22 points for an outright win in the Friday Sun Flamingo Niner. Wade King and Andries Kori were second and third, both on 21 points. The latter carded a three under par gross 33 on the nine. Neville Alexander and Ivan Coetzee were fourth and fifth on 19 and 18 points respectively.

A consistently competitive round boosted by a big six at the fourth saw Wedge Crozier return 23 points to claim the KWV Powerpay Niner on Thursday. Wade King was second on 22 points on a count out from third placed Ant Crozier. Each also recorded a big six on the day. Tenderson Manyetsa was the only other competitor to record a successful powerplay hole. The winner of the six weekly Powerplay draw was Wade King.


Dries du Plessis (38), Siewert Wiid (37) and Gavin van Zyl (36) were the top three players in Wednesday ’s Leons House of Liquor sponsored individual stableford competition. But, it was Kassie “Sorry” Potgieter who dominated the day with some telling putts in the skins competition played concurrently.

This week at KGC:
This week it is the Horseshoe Inn betterball stableford on Wednesday. On Thursday the Spur under 23 Challenge returns. It is also the KWV Powerplay Niner. On Friday the Club hosts the weekly Sun Flamingo Niner. The weekend is reserved for the NC/FS Junior Open in which some 96 players are anticipated for the 54 hole event. The course will be available for the public Sunday midday. 

Tuesday, 19 July 2016

Weekly Newsletter 18 July 2016

Whatever the match results a “hole in one” on the short par three 11th was the highlight of day for Schalk Grobbelaar (Jnr) in Sunday’s Sealing Solutions League outing. He did confirm that they, Sultans of Swing, won the hole. They also went on to win the match two up. Overall Kimberley Batteries enjoyed the best results in the A League, 16 points. Likewise Mollinaris enjoyed the best results in the B League, also 16 points.

Aside from the draw for the double bed, the hallmark of the annual St Albans Church Golf Fundraiser, played Saturday, is the quality and the quantity of snacks on offer after the game. Coupled with the introduction of the “Casual Tea trailer that makes you hungry” between nines it was difficult to distinguish which took precedence – golf or gastronomy. Such was the flavour of the day that even the Crozier brothers were spotted eating twice. This was a first in the long history of the KGC.
Golf-wise the winning IPS scores matched the culinary delights, Ryan Oliver (43), Leon King (42), Reynier Bekker (42), Hennie van Resburg (41), Nico Ross (40) and Yusuf Kana (39).
In the Ladies betterball competition Linda Dobson and Susan Ferreira were first on 43 points with Susan Alexander and Helena Janse the runners up on 39 points on a count out.
Saturday morning Charlies Angels enjoyed a comfortable win in their challenge against Club 16.

A dropped shot at the short 11th followed by five birdies had Andries Kori return a gross 32 for 22 individual stableford points and the win in Friday’s Sun Flamingo Niner. Denver van Heerden (21), Flex Rantoa (20), Bernie Turton (20) and Wade King (19) were the remaining prize winners.

A powerplay birdie at the 14th for eight points gave Mano Liebenberg the edge in the Thursday KWV Niner, his full score 21 points. Hermus Venter was second on 18 points with Tenderson Manyetsa third on 17 points.

Vodacom’s Sean Ralph and Gerhard Delport dovetailed perfectly, 12 three pointers and six two pointers, to post 48 betterball points and a win the July Konica Minolta Business League outing on Wednesday afternoon. Coastal Hire represented by Eddie Barkhuizen and PJ Gerber were the runners up on 46 points. A four-way count out on 45 points deemed Malu Vleis, represented by Charles Malherbe and Tony Datnow, third on 45 points.
Sean Ralph posted the best individual score, 41 points. Charles Malherbe was second on 40 points on a count out from Keith Brown on 40 points.

SA Interforces Championship hosted at KGC
The SA Interforces Championship was hosted at the KGC last week. The cream of the golfing crop from the SA Police, SA Correctional Services and the SANDF teams played some great golf. It was the SA Police team who took top honours in the competition.

Top Performance by Lumien

A highlight on the SA Womens golf calendar is the SA Amateur Matchplay Championships completed last week at the Ebotse Links. One handicapper Lumien Orton, who currently plays and practices most of her golf at the KGC, in a sterling effort made it through to the finals. Four down at the midway mark against Milnerton GC’s Cara Gorlei she enjoyed a remarkable comeback that included three birdies in the last four holes and most importantly the 2016 SA Championship Title. 

Sunday, 10 July 2016

Weekly Newsletter 4-10 July 2016

KGC Report 10 July 2016
In Saturday’s annual Senior President’s Golf Day three betterballs posted 46 points. The count out deemed Willie Delport and Dave Wilson first, Denver van Heerden and Donald Whitebooi second, Herby Woodbridge and Leon Blom third. Five betterballs followed on 44 points. Way out in front, 25 points in the count out, were Johan and Joanie Herselman, deemed fourth.

Tenderson Manyetsa returned 20 points to win the Sun Flamingo Niner Friday. Eddie Barkhuizen and Joanie Herselman were second and third, each on 19 points. Flex Rantoa and Andries Kori were fourth anf fifth, each on 18 points.

OJ Maimane returned 22 points that included a big six at the 15th and the better count to win the Thursday KWV Powerplay Niner. On the same score, losing that count out and posting a big six at the 17th, was the runner up Machiel Cronje. Bonolo Modise was third on 18 points, sans a powerplay advantage. Herby Woodbridge, Hermus Venter and Dave Wilson also enjoyed a ticket in the draw compliments of a big six.      

OJ Maimane carded a gross 73 for 41 individual stableford points to win the Darsha Insurance Brokers IPS on Wednesday. Kevin Collings was the runner up on 39 points. Barend Burger was third on 38 points. Three players returned 37 points – Gavin van Zyl, John Lankester and Kassie Potgieter.

This week the KGC hosts the Interforces Championships Tuesday and Wednesday that includes the SA teams from the Correctional Services, the SAP and the SANDF. A Ryder Cup style event it features singles, foursomes and betterball matches. They will commence with a practice round Monday, however, the course will still remain closed to the public.

Wednesday afternoon it is the Konica Minolta Business League. On Thursday it is the KWV Powerplay Niner. On Friday it is the Sun Flamingo Niner and the snowball draw. On Saturday St Albans Church host their annual golf fundraiser. On Sunday it is the Sealing Solutions League, the format greensomes. 

Sunday, 3 July 2016

Weekly Newsletter 27 June - 3 July 2016

KGC Report 3 July 2016
Saturday’s July monthly medal marked the eve of the 126th birthday of the Kimberley Golf Club. Despite the cold celebratory conditions on offer Calvyn Orton managed a net 67 to win best net overall. Adrian Mclaren posted best net A division on 69. Nico Jacobs, who carded the best gross on the day – a level par 72, was the runner up on 70. Henk Brand recorded the best net B division on 74 with Wayne Olivier the runner up on 75.

Wade King, alone on 22 points, was a clear winner of the Friday Sun Flamingo Niner. Neville Alexander and Keith Brown were second and third, each on 20 points. While Henk Visser and Conrad Fortune were fourth and fifth, each on 19 points.

On Thursday Hermus Venter returned a gross 35, a big six at the 16th, 22 points on the day and the better count out to claim the KWV Powerplay Niner. OJ Maimane was the runner up on the same score, with LJ Thomane third on 20 points. Both players scored a big six. Outside of the prize winners Herby Woodridge and Dave Wilson also recorded a big six each.

Wednesday proved a red letter day for Pieter Roux du Toit. Playing into a slight wind on the par 3 eleventh, he opted to change from an eight to a seven iron and promptly struck the perfect shot to record his first hole in one on the KGC.
The hole measures 144 metres from the rating marker.

Wednesday’s Santam Golf Day was won by Gavin van Zyl on 39 individual stableford points. Three players returned 37 points. The count out deemed Kevin Collings second, Nico Ross third and Dries du Plessis first reserve.

This week the KGC offers the Darsha IPS Wednesday, the KWV Niner Thursday and the Sun Flamingo Niner Friday. On Saturday it is the Senior Presidents Day, a betterball stableford.


Tuesday, 14 June 2016

Sealing Solutions Fixtures

Team Captains contact details:
1 Coastal Hire Andre Thuynsma 083 305 9954
2 C-Pac Shane Arthur 0824472448
3 Golf Shop Pieter Botes 071 362 3242
4 Kimberley Batteries Peter Raubenheimer 083 660 0488
5 Lenong Social Club Donald Hlakudi 0825859336
6 Molinari's Ramon Barlow 0823332769
7 Mr Delivery Cedric Snaphook vd Ross 0834448077
8 MVD Kalahari NC Haaroff 0764133061
9 Pinseekers Gavin Oliver 0824170849
10 Sealing Solutions Derrick Dobson 834 117 623
11 Sultans of Swing Schalk Grobbelaar 0825672283
12 The Motley Crew Ant Crozier 0731200448
13 The Playas Carlo Alexander 0822024096
14 The Sharks Steven Turner 0827836573


26-Jun Singles Matchplay 1
League A
08:00 Coastal Hire vs Golf Shop
08:14 Sealing Solutions vs Kimberley Batteries
08:28 The Sharks vs C PAC
Mr Delivery Bye
League B
08:07 The Motley Crew vs Lenong
08:21 Molinari's vs The Playas
08:35 Sultans of Swing vs KBY Moto Parts
Pinseekers Bye
17-Jul Greensomes Matchplay 2
League A
08:00 Mr Delivery vs Coastal Hire
08:14 Golf Shop vs Sealing Solutions
08:28 Kimberley Batteries vs The Sharks
League B
08:07 Lenong vs Molinari's
08:21 The Motley Crew vs Pinseekers
08:35 Sultans of Swing vs The Playas
MVD Kalahari Bye
14-Aug Betterball Matchplay 3
League A
08:00 C PAC vs Coastal Hire
08:14 Golf Shop vs Kimberley Batteries
08:28 Mr Delivery vs Sealing Solutions
The Sharks Bye
League B
08:07 Sultans of Swing vs MVD Kalahari
08:21 Molinari's vs Pinseekers
08:35 The Playas vs The Motley Crew
Lenong Bye
11-Sep Pinehurst Matchplay 4
League A
08:00 Golf Shop vs The Sharks
08:14 Coastal Hire vs Sealing Solutions
08:28 Mr Delivery vs C PAC
Kimberley Batteries Bye
League B
08:07 Pinseekers vs The Playas
08:21 Molinari's vs The Motley Crew
08:35 Lenong vs MVD Kalahari
Sultans of Swing Bye
02-Oct Combined Matchplay 5
League A
08:00 The Sharks vs Mr Delivery
08:14 Kimberley Batteries vs Coastal Hire
08:28 Golf Shop vs C PAC
Sealing Solutions Bye
League B
08:07 Sultans of Swing vs The Motley Crew
08:21 Molinari's vs MVD Kalahari
08:35 Pinseekers vs Lenong
The Playas Bye
06-Nov Betterball Matchplay 6
League A
08:00 Sealing Solutions vs C PAC
08:14 Kimberley Batteries vs Mr Delivery
08:28 Coastal Hire vs The Sharks
Golf Shop Bye
League B
08:07 The Motley Crew vs Lenong
08:21 The Playas vs MVD Kalahari
08:35 Pinseekers vs Sultans of Swing
Molinari's Bye
20-Nov Singles Matchplay 7
League A
08:00 Golf Shop vs Mr Delivery
08:14 Sealing Solutions vs The Sharks
08:28 C PAC vs Kimberley Batteries
Coastal Hire Bye
League B
08:07 Molinari's vs Sultans of Swing
08:21 The Playas vs Lenong
08:35 MVD Kalahari vs Pinseekers
The Motley Crew Bye

Tuesday, 29 March 2016

2016 NOCCI Golf Day

27 May 2016
R350 per person

Kimberley Father and Son Competition 2016

Enter now for the Kimberley Father and Son Tournament taking place at Kimberley Golf Club on 28 and 29 May 2016.
R900 per team includes a steak braai on Saturday evening.
Entries close on 25 May 2016

Weekly Newsletter 29 March 2016

KGC Report 28 March 2016

De Beer edges Lamprecht for the 2016 Nomads North & South Championship Title
81 young players from throughout the RSA, the Who’s Who of junior golf, teed up at the KGC Wednesday and Thursday in the annual Nomads North and South Junior Championship seeking not only a win, but, also the opportunity to earn points for the all-important National Rankings.
Windy conditions on Wednesday kept scores in check for the opening rounds, just two players under par in the morning and three players under par in the afternoon. Leading the field after 36 holes were Christo Lambrecht (Oubaai GC) on 142 (69, 72), Bradley de Beer (Fancourt CC) on 143 (73, 70) and Franklin Manchest (George GC) on 144 (71, 73).
The SAGA reports on the final round Thursday morning:
Southern Cape duo Bradley de Beer and Christo Lamprecht traded the lead a few times during the final round of the Nomads North and South Championship, but a well-timed birdie at the penultimate hole helped De Beer to clinch his first national title at Kimberley on Thursday.
The 16-year-old Fancourt player signed off with an even-par 72 to triumph on one-under-par 215, while Lamprecht from Oubaai returned a 74 to take second on even par.
One behind at the start of the round De Deer leapfrogged Lamprecht for the early lead with back-to-back birdies at two and three, but the pair drew level at even par after De Beer dropped a shot at five and made double bogey at six.
De Beer edged clear again with an eagle at the par five seventh, but lost the advantage with a double bogey at nine. Lamprecht kept control at one under through the turn, but handed De Beer the lead when he bogeyed 13 to go even-par again.
De Beer dropped a shot at 15 and the pair remained tied at even-par until the 17th hole decided the outcome of the Nomads Order of Merit event.
“I hit driver down the fairway, but Christo pulled his tee shot into the trees,” De Beer said.
“Christo punched out into the left greenside bunker, but left his trap shot well short and two-putted for bogey. I had 100 meters to the pin and hit a soft sand-wedge to a foot and holed the putt for birdie.
“I hit a good drive at 18 and seven-iron just short of the green, but I didn’t hit the greatest chip. I had about two meters to the pin, but the first putt raced just past the hole. I had a shot in hand, so I just took my time over the par putt to seal the victory.”
De Beer, a student at Glenwood House, was pleased with the victory so early in the season.
“My coach, Adam McKinley, and I worked on a number of things last year to get my game to a higher competitive level and I didn’t compete in a lot of events,” said De Beer.
“It’s really great to come out here and to test myself against some of the top juniors in the country. The final round was really tight and it could have gone either way. I wasn’t driving the ball all that well and a couple of wayward drives on the front nine cost me a lot of shots, but I’m really proud that I managed to scramble well to keep myself in the tussle. It’s a great feeling to walk away the champion.”
Werner Deysel (Woodhill CC) and Luke Mayo (Mount Edgecomb CC) were tied for third place on 218. All Africa Champion Sentanio Minnie (Glendower GC) and Franklin Manchest followed on 219. Joshua Edwards fared the best from the KGC with rounds of 76, 77, 74 tied for 20th on 227.

Nomads SA Girls Rose Bowl Port Elizabeth
Meanwhile in the  Nomads SA Girl’s Rose Bowl Championship played at the Port Elizabeth Golf Club the KGC’s Mikah Poonawassy took the D-Division honours with a six point victory after posting rounds of 37 and 35 individual stableford points.

For those statistically minded the Albatross Live Scoring System employed in the Nomads North and South Championship at the Kimberley Golf Club provided some interesting reading at the end of the 54 hole event.
All in all the 81 young players posted 21 eagles, 528 birdies, 2161 pars, as well as 1337 bogeys and 327 double bogeys or worse.
The stroke average per hole, which defines the stroke rating as we know it, rated the par four fifth as stroke 1 for the tournament. The hole conceded one eagle and just seven birdies with an average .68 over par. Most surprisingly the short par three fourteenth was rated stroke 2, conceding just five birdies with an average of .62 over par. At the other end of the scale the par five twelfth was rated stroke 18, conceding two eagles and 99 birdies with an average -.32 under par.              
For the record the sixteenth, stroke one as the members know it, only rated stroke 10 for the tournament.
The low round for the tournament was 68. The biggest contrast in a single round was 31, 43 for 74.
Wilco Nienaber, who has attracted so much attention recently, returned a very competitive 73, 72 on Wednesday at which point he lay fourth on the leaderboard. Sadly he had to settle for an 80 on Thursday and a tie for ninth position. Nonetheless his opening drive on the first tee on Thursday morning produced another extraordinary feat. With the tee placed on the right half of the box most players opted for a safe iron shot inside the tree line, landing short of the fairway bunker. Not young  Nienaber, he reached for his driver, faced the green and launched his tee shot directly up and over the tallest tree forty metres in front of him to land, once again, not too far short of the car path rope at the green.



Kimberley Golf Club News
Saturday afternoon the Mayoral Diamond and Dorings Golf Day saw Clive Karope and B Rasego post a winning 56 points, the format a betterball stableford played from a scramble drive. Andries Kori and Parks Mahaboa were
the runners up on 54 points on a count out from Thato and Alvin Botes.
Donald Whitebooi and Bernie Turton were fourth on 48 points.

In the morning Club competition, an IPS, Nico Ross was first on a count out on 37 points. Graham Grobbelaar from Badplaas was the runner up on the same score. Eddie Barkhuizen was third on 34 points.

Andries Kori finished one under par to post 20 points and the winning score in the Friday Flamingo casino Meat and Slots Niner. Gavin Oliver was second on 19 points. A count out on 18 points placed AJ Durant third and Keenan Aysen fourth. Flex Rantoa collected fifth prize on 17 points.

Braam Botes claimed the only six pointer of the day on his way to 22 points and a clear win the KWV Niner Thursday afternoon. Nico Ross was second on 20 points. Herby Woodbridge was third on 17 points.

The Tuesday Super Six Tournament sponsored by Cleveland Golf was won by Tenderson Mantyetsa on 15 points. Allen Meyers was the runner up on 13 points. 

This week the KGC hosts the Cleveland Golf Super Six on Tuesday, the Horseshoe Inn BBS on Wednesday, the KWV Niner on Thursday and the Sun Flamingo Niner along with the CTCS draw on Friday. At the weekend it is the Monthly Medal on Saturday and the Sealing Solutions League on Sunday.


as of  1st MARCH 2016
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29 FEBRUARY 2016
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the first day of January in each and every year”. 
The extension to 31 March, as has become common to many Members, was a Committee concession only.
That concession has been reviewed in lieu of the fact that
            both the Affiliation fees and the HNA fees are payable by the end of February.   


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