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Noosa Golf Club’s inaugural Battle of the Codes Sportsman Lunch last Friday drew in 116 golfers, 126 lunch goers and raised about $8000 for junior players.
The event attracted enthusiasts from a variety of sports who came to play alongside sporting stars and hear them speak.
The day began with breakfast before a four team Ambrose and lunch.
Guest speakers included Queensland Reds Coach of 12 years John Connolly, Brisbane Bears AFL player Richard Champion, Queensland State of Origin and Australian rep Wally Fullerton-Smith and European golf pro Terry Price.
Organiser Shane Dunn said the event was initiated to support the clubs 88 juniors and assist them to attend competitions.
“It was fantastic,” he said of the event that was put together with the help of sponsors and donations to an auction held after the lunch.

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