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Byron Shire Sports Results 2707

BOWLS

Brunswick Heads Men 

Wednesday: Cock of the Walk:  V Rydman def P Brassington.  Social Bowls:  1st P Spillane, D Wyborn, J O’Donnell  2nd P Brassington, L Proudlock, G Rendell  3rd  M Parry, M Masula, J Burrige.

Consistency Signles:  L Wade def D Proudlock, M Petrou def E Hanrahan.  Minor Singles:  L Campbell def P Moffat. Park Challenge Final Wednesday.

* Coming Events:  O’Donnell Day 04-08-12, Louies Day 12-08-12, Ocean Shores Butchery 2 Bowl Pairs 22-09-12.

Byron Bay Men

Rain has interrupted procedures this week with only Thursdays self selected pairs played. The winners were Therese Hillard and Mark Banfield with runners up Syl Reid and Phil Boyd. The meat tray was won by Dennis McCreadie. The jackpot was not won and now stands at $180.

* The club Minor Singles and Minor Pairs championship entry forms along with the Mixed Pairs are now on the notice board.

Byron Bay Women

Tuesday 17th July saw social play with the days winners being M Carruthers, G Kelly and M Phelps.

* Our sympathy to the family of Phyl Olive, a loving and generous women, who passed away last week. She will definitely be missed as, even though she was unable to continue bowling, she still remained a participating member, helping whenever help was needed. 

* Visitors are Welcome any Tuesday. Please be at the club by 9.15am to put your name in or ring the club on 66856202. Bowls begin at 9:40am but you need to be in the club before 9.0am.

Bowlers – please check notice board for upcoming bowls days.

Mullumbimby Ex-Services Men

1 July Wednesday Social

J Scott, G Naoum, J Estreich 25 def N Newton, GK Lumsden, T Johnston 18.  S Purdie, H McKenna, M Holton 18 def M Nicholls, J Canabou, L Henry 17.

14 July Mens Triple Championship Round 1: N Lee, G Naoum, S Purdie 24 def M Nicholls, D Blake, P McDonald 18.

Mixed Social: P Johnson, B McClymont 30 def J Estreich, J Canabou 16.  R Fenwick, M Holton 20 def K Wrigley, L Henry 16.  R Wrigley, R Wainwright, C McClymont 43 rolled P McKinnon, GK Lumsden, Red Fenwick 6.

18 July Wednesday Social

S Purdie, N Philp, V Orchard (visitors Penrith) 21 def A Pyzer, D Blake, K Wrigley 13.  Slamming Sam Abraham, J Estreich 25 def M Johnston, B Rose 12.  M Burke, G Naoum, J McKay (c/w Stewarts Menswear rink) 23 def M Nicholls, J Canabou, L Henry 10.

* Join in the fun Robina Rebels visit Mufti Bowls 9.30am Sunday 29 July.  Remember the AGM 10.30am Saturday 4 August.

Mullumbimby Ex-Services Women

17 July Club Championships Triples Final:  I Pettendy, B Reglin, J Towner def S Thomas, R Wrigley, H Robb.  Congratulations to Joan, Betty, Iloana, well done Sharon, Rhonda and Heather.  Great game by both teams, close all the way, even up to the last end.

Social:  R Wainwright, G Henry (Rink W) def E Walker, J Beaumont.  S Brown, B Croft def J Lee, J Kidman.  Raffle J Kidman.

* Classic 4’s Monday 13 August, entries close 6 August. Picnic Lunch, 3 rounds of 11 ends.

Ocean Shores Men

Mon: 16.7 Triples

Winners: G. Parker, M. Haines, L. Johnston. R/U: D. Hammond, S. Warren, R. Rofe.

Club Championships

Pairs Final: K. Roberts, P. Tornaros def P. Quirk, D. Taylor.

Pairs Club Champions are Kerry Roberts and Peter Tornaros. Congratulations to both players

Ocean Shores Women

18/07:Mixed Social:  B Paine/G Johnston(Winners Out of Hat) d E Miller/B Sprengel;P Sullivan,J Seamer,,J Bartlett d P Sullivan,M Franks,M Bertoli.Consistency:L McGowran d B Stone.20/07: Ladies Social:D Grant,L Wright,L McGowran(Winners Out of Hat) d J Fusch,N Gartner,J Bartlett;T Warr/C Timewell d W Sparrow/J Williams.Final Pairs Championship: M Bertoli /F Crowder d P Sullivan/M James.

* AGM:August 10 @ 8:30am.Nomination forms into Sec. Maureen please.

 

BRIDGE

Brunswick Valley

Saturday 14 July 2012

8 table Mitchell with a skip.   N/S:  1st gross;  Pat Janda/Silvia Van Rossum;  2nd gross; Mary Solway/Evelyn Hollick   E/W:  1st gross; June Selleck/Gwyneth Falson;   2nd gross;  Phyllis Keyte/Jannine Murray.

Monday 16 July 2012

8 table Mitchell Rover.   N/S:  1st gross; Hilary Lewis/Phyllis Keyte;  2nd gross;  Pat Janda/Patricia Hems.      E/W:  1st gross; Sybil Easterbrook/Colleen Wellings;   2nd gross;  Michele Clark/Kadri Nelmes.

* We meet at Brunswick Heads Community Centre on Monday and Saturday.  Seated by 1245.  Guests welcome.  If partner required, or information regarding Bridge lessons, please telephone Phyllis Keyte 6684 1103

Ocean Shores

11/7 : 7 Table Mitchell . N-S: 1st gross: Peter Quirke/Kathy Morgan ; 2nd

gross: June Selleck/Barbara Simmons

E-W: 1st gross: Michelle Clark/Michel Boyle: 2nd gross Carmel Blacker/Alison

Hausser

* We meet @ Ocean Shores Country Club every Wed.evening. Seated by 6:15pm. All

welcome.Phone Pam:66803871

 

GOLF

Mullumbimby Men

Date: 21/07/12 Single Stableford

Winner: Paul De Fina Score: 42. Runner Up: Marco Mohler Score: 39 C/B.

Nearest the Pins – 12th: S Cooper, 17th: J Stokes

Gundies Mug: Gordon Brown.

Ball Run Down: 33 C/B

Mullumbimby Vets

16/07/2012 – Stableford: 13 brave starters on a very wet course.

Comp Winner: Wayne Rogers (37); Runner Up: Ray Hutton (37)

NTP (5th): Ray Hutton; Captain’s Balls: Keith Miller;

Ocean Shores Ladies

Tuesday 17 July 2012. Stroke,5th Rnd GNSW & Club Medal, Putting,Longest Drive. 2nd. Rnd Gwald Murry. Div 1 Winner M Murray c/b 68 nett. R/Up B Wingad 68 nett. Div 2 Winner W Sparrow 73 nett. R/Up C Blacker 75 nett. P.O for Div 1 Medal Div 2 medal Winner W Sparrow. Div 1 Gross V Marsh 79 Div 2 M Griscti 106 c/b. Div 1 Longest Drive G O’Donnell Div 2 E. Roe.

NTP  Div 1 C Killion Div 2 T Hale. Putting Div 1 V Marsh 28, Div 2 V Loomes 29. Vouchers to 80.

Saturday 21 July 2012. Stableford. Winner V Loomes 34 pts. R/Up J Brown 33 pts. NTP J Jenson. Vouchers to 29 c/b.

Ocean Shores Men

Monday 16 July-Medley Stableford

1st Robert Edwards 40pts,2nd Peter Irby 38pts,3rd Ian Bennett 38pts.

Wednesday 18 July-Single Stableford

Div 1-1st Timothy O’Donnell 43pts,2nd Rodney Winter 42,3rd Gary Hannnigan 41pts.

Div 2-1st Ross Lumsden 40pts,2nd Lochie Johnston 40pts,3rd Igor Blumenthal 38pts.

Wednesday 18 July-NRDGA Seniors-Single Stableford

1st William Payne 41pts,2nd Geoffrey Harriss 41pts,Gary Hannigan 41pts.

Saturday 21 July-Single Stableford

Div 1-1st Brett Hurley 39pts,2nd Graham Player 38pts,3rd Ian Smith 37pts.

Div 2-1st Mick Ward 39pts,2nd Steven Pilcher 39pts,3rd Wayne Keating 38pts.

Ocean Shores Vets

19th  July Stableford – 70 starters

Winner: Graeme Llewellyn 40 points C/B, Runner up: Will Jamieson 40, Third: Nev Adcock 29, Fourth: Peter Thorley 38.

NTP 3rd H/C 0-19: Jon Hollingworth, H/C 20+: John Wark,  NTP 6th Brian Allan,  NTP 8th : Graham Isaacs, NTP 12th: Tony Berry, NTP 15th: John Maddock, NTP 17th: H/C 0-19 Bob Baxter, H/C 20+: Brian Allan.  Captain’s Gorilla Award: H/C 0-19: Peter Sobels, H/C 20+: Brian Henderson (visitor).  Balls to: 33.  Juan “Jimmy” Price scrubbers ball: Jack McGowran.

 

TABLE TENNIS

Mullumbimby

John Harrison won the singles competition undefeated, Fred Newman second and Chris Strybos third.  The doubles was won 3-2 by Fred Newman & Max Schlueter (+2) from John Harrison & Nat Strybos (+4).

Chris Strybos and Mark Smith journeyed over to Goonellabah for their Far North Coast second division round robin competition on wednesday night and tied for first with a local there, Geoff Simes.

* All welcome, play is at the Mullumbimby Tennis Clubhouse, Byron Street Mullumbimby, thursday evening 6.30pm start. Also, build on your skills with our new table tennis robot. Enquiries phone Mark 0409 473 517 or Chris 6684 1468.

 

SPORT DRAWS

NETBALL

Brunswick– Byron 

28th July

12 noon Table Duty Byron Bay

Canteen 12.00 Mullumbimby 12.00-1.45pm Swifts

1-30 Cruisers

Hard Court set up duty 12 Noon Catfish

Tidy Up Dolphins

12.30 pm Netta Duty Team Bilbies

Court 7Butterflys v Mermaids ump Butterflys

Court 9Bilbies v Tigers ump Bilbies

Court 10 Blossoms v Pufferfish ump Pufferfish

12.30 pm 12 & Under

Court 1 Catfish v Swifths ump Jordan/ali

Court 2 Bluebottles v Bluebirds ump Sue K/Ellie

Court 3 bliss v Rockfish ump Jo L/Elise Moser

Court 4 Starfish v Banana Splits ump Michelle/Molly

Court 5 Gummi Bears v SOS ump Aubrey/Alisa Hudson

Court 6 Blueberries v Boomerang ump Sandra/Sienna

Bye Bellas

1.30 Canteen Cruisers

1-45pm

Court 1 Seahorses v Boosh ump Narelle/Giants

Court 2 Mudslide v Taverners ump Sandra/Classics

Court 4 Blazers vUnderdogs ump Julie/Giants

Court 5 Mighty Minkies v Hot Tuna ump Dolphins x 2

Court 6 Breakers v Penguins ump Blaze x 2

3.15 pm Canteen Mudslide

Court 1 Giants v Classics ump Sue H/Sandra

Court 2 Cruisers v Blitz ump Taverners/Seahorses

Court 4 Bay Blast v Amazons ump Jo L/Ali

Court 5 Anonymous v Bluejays ump Boosh/Ellie

Court 6 Dolphins v Blaze ump Jordan/Ashley

Bye B52’s/Gladiators/flying Fish


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