Calling all fans of the AFL. The Winnipeg Bears is hosting the 5th Annual Grand Final Night Winnipeg at Boston Pizza Henderson, 1475 Henderson Hwy, on Friday September 27.
The event gets underway around 9:30 pm and will go until 2:00 am.
The Aussie Rules football grand final is the biggest event on the Australian Sporting Calendar, and will be broadcast live from Melbourne.
Our venue for the night will have the large projector screen going, with all the pre-game live music, and a rousing rendition of the Australian national anthem. Can we top last year’s effort?!?!
And not only is it fishbowl Friday, but we can double dip with the Bombers Home game being played earlier in the night!
Get excited, and see you at BP Henderson!
at The Players, 2695 Inkster Blvd.
Attention all DUCW members who have ever played golf. On Saturday August 24, we are having a different golf day than usual. Our small, friendly tournament will be based on “Texas Scramble” rules, where every group is a team, and everyone in the group plays every shot, but from the position where the best ball of the group has landed. So if you don’t make your best shot, just pick up your ball and walk over and shoot from where the best shot of the group landed. No stress, all fun, and you are part of a team. To make the game as even as possible, we will allocate the teams based on everyone’s skill level, with the aim of having an even amount of different skill levels on each team. with no team being “stacked”. This Texas scramble will be for 9 holes, starting at 1pm at Shooters just off Inkster Boulevard, 1/2km west of Route 90, official address is 2695 Park Royale Way. Some folks like to play 18 holes, so there will be a stroke play mini tournament available prior to the Texas Scramble, starting at 11am. Please call early, to let me know your intentions. – Peter Munn 204 237-1805. Continue reading
The Southern Yarn August-September 2019
The Southern Yarn for August – September of 2019 is released with a bit of sadness, as it marks the first issue after the passing of Gordon Keatch, the person behind the creation of the Down Under Club of Winnipeg.
Lots of other news in this issue, and mark your calendars with the events coming up, including the golf tournament this month!
You can explore previous issues of the Yarn on our page dedicated to the current and back issues.
Here’s the Editorial from this issue:
Most members will know by now of the passing, on June 25th, of one of the Club’s founding members, Gordon Keatch,. It was sad news, though not totally surprising after his fall and with an “odometer” that had already clicked Continue reading
Get out your summer calendars, mates, jot down a few dates, and stay tuned on things relating to your club, as well as a few news gems you might not see elsewhere. All in the June/July issue of The Southern Yarn.
The spring edition of The Southern Yarn is now available for download, and for those favouring the fine B&W on yellow paper version, it will be in the post en route to your mailbox soon.
As usual, you can catch up on back issues by visiting the Southern Yarn section of this website.