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Builders trade tools for golf clubs during annual MBA Great Southern ambrose competition

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Wade Tindall sinks his putt on the 18th.
Camera IconWade Tindall sinks his putt on the 18th. Credit: Laurie Benson

Local builders downed tools in favour of picking up their golf clubs for the annual Master Builders Association Great Southern Branch golf day on Friday afternoon.

Ten teams of four from nine different companies took part in the ambrose competition at Grove Park Golf Links in what has become a yearly get-together for those working in the region’s building industry.

MBA Great Southern regional manager Linda Gibbs said everyone involved always came together to have fun and it was a great afternoon.

“It’s a day of getting the industry together to network, they are so busy most of the time it’s a great chance to just take their teams away from the job for a bit of stress relief and catch up with friends in the industry,” she said.

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Red Dog Carpentry came out on top in the competition, which was played in a very social atmosphere.

Mitchell Lenegan, Paul Lenegan, Wayne Turner and Justin Cuthbert.
Camera IconMitchell Lenegan, Paul Lenegan, Wayne Turner and Justin Cuthbert. Credit: Laurie Benson
Ascan and Hector Volkets accept the trophy on behalf of the winning Red Dog Carpentry team.
Camera IconAscan and Hector Volkets accept the trophy on behalf of the winning Red Dog Carpentry team. Credit: Supplied
Mathew Edwards, Roslyn Holmes and David Crosby.
Camera IconMathew Edwards, Roslyn Holmes and David Crosby. Credit: Laurie Benson
Rowan Jenkin, Eugene Sokolowski, George Walmsley, Kyron Figliomeni and Jack Crabtree.
Camera IconRowan Jenkin, Eugene Sokolowski, George Walmsley, Kyron Figliomeni and Jack Crabtree. Credit: Laurie Benson
Wayne Tindall, James Tindall, Jared Matheson and Callen Bermingham.
Camera IconWayne Tindall, James Tindall, Jared Matheson and Callen Bermingham. Credit: Laurie Benson
Hamish Wilkes, Levi Lenegan, Ben Trigg, Ascan Volkerts, Hector Volkerts and Alec Haskins.
Camera IconHamish Wilkes, Levi Lenegan, Ben Trigg, Ascan Volkerts, Hector Volkerts and Alec Haskins. Credit: Laurie Benson
Daniel Stephenson, Max Kasap, Dave Dvorak and Jay Laranjo.
Camera IconDaniel Stephenson, Max Kasap, Dave Dvorak and Jay Laranjo. Credit: Laurie Benson
Nick Foscolos, Tom Candy, Mick Connors and Mark Allen.
Camera IconNick Foscolos, Tom Candy, Mick Connors and Mark Allen. Credit: Laurie Benson
Ben Polette, Rhyce Kent, Rubin Backshell and Jacob Murray.
Camera IconBen Polette, Rhyce Kent, Rubin Backshell and Jacob Murray. Credit: Laurie Benson
Ball hunting.
Camera IconBall hunting. Credit: Laurie Benson
Rowan Jenkin at the 10th.
Camera IconRowan Jenkin at the 10th. Credit: Laurie Benson
George Walmsley tees off at the 10th.
Camera IconGeorge Walmsley tees off at the 10th. Credit: Laurie Benson
Dave Dvorac chips onto the 18th.
Camera IconDave Dvorac chips onto the 18th. Credit: Laurie Benson
Max Kasap chips onto the 18th.
Camera IconMax Kasap chips onto the 18th. Credit: Laurie Benson
Ben Polette sinks a long putt on the 18th to par the hole.
Camera IconBen Polette sinks a long putt on the 18th to par the hole. Credit: Laurie Benson
MBA members get ready for a day on the course.
Camera IconMBA members get ready for a day on the course. Credit: Laurie Benson

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