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May 18, 2021

Byron Shire Sports Results 27.02

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Winner of the April outing was Brian Leveridge

Winner of the May outing was Matthew Schneider.

* June outing date has been set for 30 June.


Brunswick Heads

Results week ending 17.6.2012

Wednesday Social June 13 – Winners: R Lockwood, E Boyter, R Carbines; 2nd K Hosie, K Roberts, R Roberts; 3rd F Hill, B Stewart, J Lawlor. Cock of the Walk – L O’Donnell def D Sanderson. Consistency Singles – D Proudlock def C Woods, G Rendell def P Brassington, T Fleming def P Dixon, P Kutz def J Foster.

Major Singles Final: G Rendell 31, A Montgomery 25.

Byron Bay Men

Tuesdays social bowls cancelled because of rain.

Thursday’s self-selected pairs results B Daniels and J Fleming winners with runners-up R Thatcher and J Meinel. Meat tray won by R Thatcher. The jackpot not won and stands at $140.

Saturday’s social bowls winners this week are Brian Tozer and Don Baker.

* Club championships are now on the noticeboard with time running out. Please organise your games ASAP.

Byron Bay Women

No bowls last Tuesday because of the weather.

* Visitors are welcome any Tuesday. Please be at the club by 9:15am to put your name in or ring the club on 6685 6202. Bowls begin at 9:40am but you need to be in the club before 9:30am.

Bowlers – please check noticeboard for upcoming bowls days.

Ocean Shores Men

Mon 4.6 Triples winners: A Pyzer, S Warren, T Mitchell. R/U: L Johnson, G Parker, M Haines

Club Championships

Singles: J Hay def B Sweeney, S Brecard def T Mitchell

Pairs: P Tornaros, K Roberts def J Gray, JT Gray

Triples: D Matheson, L Hoffman, S Pratt def B Sweeney, P Tornaros, P Earl

Fours: L Johnson, S Warren, R James, D Whitney def G Parker, S Condie, P Duncan, G Condie

Ocean Shores Women

13/06 Mixed Social:  E Miller, K Gallard, D Moor, L Johnston (Winners on  countback: d T Johnston, J Bartlett, M Bertoli, G Johnston. 15/06: Ladies’ Social: Major Singles: F Crowder(Winner on highest no of ends ) d G Johnston; P Sullivan/N Gartner d A Slater/M Bertoli; T Campbell/C Timewell d K Gallard/M Hosie; J Busch, B Stone, J Bartlettd D Grant, J Seamer, JM Quirke. 29/06: OS Gala Day.  Must be in a team or have name down as a reserve.



Brunswick Valley

11/06/12: 8 table Mitchell with skip.   N/S:  First gross;  David Dare/Freda Star;  Second gross;  Phyllis Kete/Diane.

E/W:  First gross;  Michel  Clark/Kadri  Nelmes;  Second gross;  Sybil Easterbrook/Colleen Wellings.

16/06/12: 6 1/2 table Mitchell Rover. N/S: First gross; Mahant Downey/Patricia Hems; Second gross;  Gerry Withey/Peter Stolz.  E/W:  First gross; Coral Timewell/Barbara Simons;   Second gross;  Alleyne Withey/Roger Iffland.

* We meet at Brunswick Heads Community Centre on Monday and Saturday.  Seated by 12.45.  Guests welcome.  If partner required, or information regarding Bridge lessons, please telephone Phyllis Keyte 6684 1103.

Mullumbimby Ex-Services Men

Saturday 09 June IGT Triples

Despite concern about the threat of rain a full green of players took the challenge.  After three rounds the overall winning skips were 1st Mark Holton (Ballina) 2nd Richard Grob (Burringbar) 3rd Rod Roberts (Ocean Shores). Round 1 Joan Towner (Mullumbimby), Round 2 Peter McDonald (Mullumbimby), Round 3 Larry Henry (Mullumbimby). Thanks to IGT and the Ex-Servicemen’s for their greatly appreciated sponsorship and support of this carnival. 

13 June Wednesday Social

Despite yet still threatening weather 2 rinks of hardy players enjoyed their bowls.  K Wrigley, D Ottery, T Johnston (c/w Mullumbimby Tyrepower Rink) 25 def T Riches, J Canabou, L Henry 22.  M Burke, Fine Angles Rose 23 def D Blake, P McDonald 18.

Ocean Shores

13/6:6 Table Mitchell with Skip: N-S: 1st gross: M Clark/M Boyle; 2nd gross: J Selleck/B Simons. E-W: 1st gross: P Quirke/Partners; 2nd gross: P Janda/ S VanRossum.

* We meet at Ocean Shores Country Club every Wednesday evening. Seated by 6:15pm. Contact Pam 6680 3871.




June 16 Monthly Medal

A Grade Winner: Peter Schweitzer Score: 67, Runner-Up: Jason Matthews 69.

B Grade Winner: Jamie Gluyas 65 *Medal Winner* Runner Up: Jeffery Boss 70.

C Grade Winner: Taylor Deegan 70 Runner Up: Oren Tabakof 72.

Nearest the Pins

5th: P Schweitzer 104 cm

7th: NA cm

9th: NA cm

12th: D Spagnol 290 cm

17th: R Treweek 150 cm

Ocean Shores Ladies

Saturday,  16.6.12 Single Stableford

Winner A Slater   34 pts

Runner Up J Brown   33 pts

Credits to 30 pts

Ocean Shores Men

Wednesday 13 Jun– Single Stableford

Div 1 – 1st Michael Donovan 36, 2nd Aran Araby 35, 3rd Scott O’Donnell 34

Div 2 – 1st Ken Caldwell 35, 2nd James Sillivan 32, 3rd Peter Thorley 29

Saturday 16 Jun – 4BBBB Stroke (1st Round O/S Cup)

1st J Bolger & S Bolger 56, 2nd J Bolger & D Harman 56, 3rd C Foulis & T Tarrant 57





Brunswick Byron 

12 Noon Table Duty Ocean Shores Mermaids. Canteen Bangalow 1.30pm. Main Arm. Set up Bella’s

4.30pm Tidy up Mighty Minkies

12.30pm Netta Set up Tigers

Ct 7 Bilbies v Butterflys ump Butterflys, ct 9 Mermaids v Blossoms ump Blossoms, ct

10 Tigers v Puffer Fish ump Tigers

Under 12

Ct 1 Gummi Bears v Blueberries ump Lara/Isabella Garzolini, ct 2 Bellas v Boomerang

ump Narelle/Lucy Livanes, ct 3 Starfish v Catfish ump Elise Moser/Cecily Brandolini,

ct 4 Bluebottles v Bliss ump Michelle/Aubrey, ct 5 Rockfish v Banana Splits ump Ellie/

Bridget Brandolini, ct 6 Bluebirds v Swifts ump Sienna/Ali


Ct 1 Dolphins v Classics ump Sueh/Sue k, ct 2 Cruisers v Boosh ump Jordan/Giants, ct

4 Blazers v Annoymous ump Blitz/B52, ct 5 Breakers v Hot Tuna ump Giants x 2, ct 6

Gladiators v Bay Blast ump Taveners/Blitz


Ct 1 Giants v Seahorses ump Michelle/Classics, ct 2 Mudslide v B52 ump Narelle Jo, ct 4

Flying Fish v Bluejays ump Cruisers x 2, ct 5 Penguins v Mighty Minkies ump Dolphins

x 2, ct 6 Blitz v Taveners ump Boosh x 2.



Brunswick Heads 

Wednesday 20/6/12

Round 7 – Perry Homes Comp

Brunswick Heads Pharmacy v Occupational Health & Rehab Services – G Davis v C Littlewood, A Li v J Gribble, W Knight v S McTeare, A Cox v J Hodges

Cape Byron Medical Centre v The Potato Works – B Trivett v T Kropp, W Ferrier v R King, J Nicolson v C Johnston, N Moon v R James

Ocean Shores Glass v Inky Business – P Vanhorff v T Dryden, Kijay v C Walsh, R Cameron v S Schubert, F King v C Naughton

Coastal Voice & Data v Byron Bay Trophies – J Bristow v C Ashworth, S Moon v M Virtue, C Booth v P Hill, N Dunn v B Doran

Monday 25/6/12

Round 6 – Byron Health Foods Comp

Division 1 – 5 pm Kijay v L Tomasella, G Davis v B Trivett; 6 pm L Powell v C Littlewood

Division 2 – 5 pm C Walsh v A Li, J Gribble v S Moon; 5.30 pm M Cassidy v R King

Division 3 – 5 pm J Nicolson v R Hughes, J Hounslow v S Schubert; 6.30 pm R Draper v A Cox

Division 4 – 5 pm B Schubert v J Hodges, C Johnston v S McTeare, C Baggerman v C Naughton

Division 5 – 5 pm F King v C Bolton; 5.30 pm G Carter v N Moon. B Doran bye

Wednesday 27/6/12

Round 8 – Perry Homes Comp

Brunswick Heads Pharmacy v Ocean Shores Glass – G Davis v P Vanhorff, A Li v Kijay, W Knight v R Cameron,A Cox v F King

Cape Byron Medical Centre v Coastal Voice & Data – B Trivett v J Bristow, W Ferrier v S Moon, J Nicolson v C Booth, N Moon v N Dunn

Occupational Health & Rehab Services v Inky Business – C Littlewood v T Dryden, J Gribble v C Walsh, S McTeare v S Schubert, J Hodges v C Naughton

The Potato Works v Byron Bay Trophies – T Kropp v C Ashworth, R King v M Virtue, C Johnston v P Hill, R James v B Doran

* To play, phone 6685 1794.



Brunswick Heads 

Tuesday 19/6/12

Junior Comp – 5 pm – 6 pm. $5 per week. 12 – 17 age group. Phone 66851794 to play. Beginners welcome

Round 3 – J V Towing Comp

6pm Bad v Eagles, Flash v Packers. Duty – Lounge Hogs

7pm Redbacks v Squeakers, Mangoes v Lounge Hogs. Duty – Packers

Thursday 21/6/12

Round 5 – Ocean Shores True Value Hardware Comp

6pm Fill Ins v Dees, Bruns Belles v Muchachas, Grogmonsters v Volleys. Duty – Bop

7pm Bop v Chilli Twist, Divas v Fireflys, Flukes v Exodia. Thunderbirds bye. Duty – Fill Ins

Tuesday 26/6/12

Junior Comp – 5 pm – 6 pm. $5 per week. 12 – 17 age group. Phone 66851794 to play. Beginners welcome

Round 4 – J V Towing Comp

6pm Lounge Hogs v Squeakers, Eagles v Packers. Duty – Redbacks

7pm Bad v Redbacks, Mangoes v Flash. Duty – Eagles

* Phone 6685 1794 to play. Beginners welcome.

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