DUNTRYLEAGUE will be out to show its strength at tomorrow’s Central Western District Golf Association pennants semi-finals.
The Orange club will be represented in three out of a possible four semi-finals to be played at Orange Ex-Services Country Club.
Duntry finished on top of its group in division one and division three and second in division four.
Duntryleague vice-captain Peter Campbell said the results showed the club’s strength across all grades.
“Traditionally Duntryleague has been quite a strong club and that’s recognised throughout the central west,” Campbell said.
“We probably have a higher membership than other clubs so the pool to choose from is bigger.”
Duntryleague will take on Bathurst in the division one semi-final.
After a shock opening round 4-1 loss to Mudgee, Duntryleague haven’t conceded a game in the top grade with 5-0 wins against Parkes and Wentworth.
Bathurst had similar results in the Group B competition, losing 5-0 to Wellington before inflicting the same scoreline on Dubbo and Forbes to finish second behind Wellington.
Duntryleague’s division three side went through its four group matches without a loss and will go up against Bathurst in the semi-final.
In division four, Duntry had two wins and two losses during the group matches to finish second.
They will take on Forbes who suffered just one loss on the way to finishing on top.
“We’re coming up against Bathurst in a couple of the matches which will be tough,” Campbell said.
“We would have a slight advantage in that we’re playing at Orange at Ex-Services.”
Tomorrow’s other semi-finals will be played at Duntryleague with Wellington taking on Parkes (division one), Mudgee playing Forbes (division two), Mudgee up against Dubbo (division three) and Parkes v Bathurst (division four).
The winners from each semi-final will progress to the grand finals on Sunday, March 17.