Raising money for WA Mining emerging leaders Scholarships

The WA Mining Club Presidents golf day started with every player completing a rapid antigen test for COVID to be allowed to play. It was a beautiful morning to Tee off at Joondalup Resort with a predicted 40 degrees ahead. Amongst the 55 gold carts, the team loved seeing the competitive spirits as well as the ones having a good laugh.

As usual, the day was filled with high spirits as well as a lot of networking! Fresh oysters, cold drinks, snacks, merchandise, and friendly faces awaited the players around the course.  The profits from the day’s event go directly to the WA mining club Scholarship Program. Every year the WA Mining Club, in conjunction with industry co-sponsors, offers a number of scholarships to encourage and foster the development of the next generation of leaders within Western Australia’s mining sector. 

John Ireland, MAX Plant Spare Parts Specialist, maned the ladies’ longest drive hole. The prize went to Rebecca Cowling on 166.5. He also ran a competition ‘Guess the mobile crusher safety wire length’ to win a bottle of Penfolds Bin 389.

Brett Matusevicius – MAX Plant Rental Manager, Neil McKenna – MAX Plant Business Development Manager, Damian Lloyd Sedgman Operations Manager, and Johan Barnard Operations Director at B&F Consolidated Group played on team MAX Plant.

Jordan Pedley – MAX Plant Director of Strategic Initiatives, Kate Findlater – Toyota Business Development Manager and Fleet Manager, Chris Brophy – EPS Sales Specialist, and Ben – Toyota Business Development Manager played on Team Toyota.

Thanks to the WA Mining Club for putting on another great day, the MAX Plant team loved getting involved.