Byron Shire Sports Results 2704


Brunswick Heads Men

Club Triples: L Wades Team def The O’Donnells. Minor Singles: E Hanrahan def D Turnbull. Consistency: J Winter def P Kutz. O’Donnell Day 1 Sat August, look forward to seeing you all there.

Brunswick Heads Women

Thursday 26 June: President/Secretary’s Day. A fun afternoon of bowls was held when the President’s team challenged the Secretary’s team, with the winner being the ones with the biggest margin. The win, by a complete KO, went to the President’s side 90 shots to 44. Afternoon tea was held at 3.00pm when a large cream rainbow sponge was cut by both Captains. Results: Denise Batson, Jenny Lofts & Darilyn Guest 17 def Lyn Ryan, Beryl Boorman & Fay Parkes 7. Kerrie Dexter, Beverley Smith & Joy Kearney 19 def Sue Cormack, Julie Sanderson & Lorraine Hurley 6. Margaret Darby & Beverley Rose 19 def Rosa Kinnear & Sadie Iversen 11. Lorraine Siddall & Judy Wright 21 def Dawn Holland & Marian Parsons 12. Marcia Crichton, Annie Revie & Edith Beddoes 14 def Pat Bruce, Di Lobb & Blossom McCormick 8. Winners: (fan of the cards) Lead, L Siddall, 2nd, A Revie, Skip J Wright. Lucky Losers. Lead, D Holland, 2nd B Boorman, Skip, L Hurley. Consolation prizes: R Kinnear, Di Lobb, M Parsons, P Bruce, Julie Sanderson & Blossom. Raffle won by L Hurley.

* The AGM of the BHWBC will be held on Tuesday 10 July with names being checked at 9.30am and meeting to start at 10am. All financial members are asked to attend to facilitate the voting, if required, for all positions and to receive the audited accounts of the club. Voting by ‘secret ballot’ is also required for proposed ‘Life Membership’ for Sheila Riley. A copy of the proposal is up in the club rooms for perusal by members prior to voting on same.

Byron Bay Men

Wet weather prevented bowls this week but cleared up on Saturday.

Saturday social bowls results Reg Condie and Bob Lewis winners with runners-up Pat Anderson, Paul B-z and Ray Henderson.

Championships: semifinal of the Club Singles championship between Paul Clark and Tom Barry was played on Saturday with a win to Paul 31–26. The Club Triples quarter final was also played between Don Baker (sub), Jeff Fleming and Gavin McPhail against Al Everingham, Phil Boyd and Syl Reid with a win to Don, Jeff and Gavin 22–16.

Byron Bay Women

Tuesday 26 June saw a visit from Ballina RSL ladies. Bangalow WBC also joined us on the day. Many thanks to our visitors for a lovely day of friendship and cameraderie.

Well, in the cold windy conditions 42 ladies got out there and played 18 ends of bowls. Results from bowls was: 1st J Vaubell, M O’Neill and L Chandler; 2nd M Watson, L Cawley and S Parr; 3rd J Daley, G Kelly and E Condie.

* 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.

AGM to be held Tuesday 17 July at 930am.  All members asked to be present. Nominations sheets are on board for all positions.

Mullumbimby Ex-Services Women

26 June Social

J Lee, G Henry (Rink W) def S Thomas, S Brown.  R Wainwright, B Croft def R Mills, H Robb.  Raffle J Lee.

Triple Championships commence 10 July; check board for draw.  Bowls commence 12.30pm.  Annual General Meeting to be held 24 July at 9.30am followed by General Meeting, nominations close 4.30pm 10 July, all members welcome.

Ocean Shores Men

Mon: 25.6 Triples

Winners: D Hammond, P Quirk, L Hoffman. R/U: D Hughes, S Robson, G Jansen.

Club Championships

Pairs: P Tornaros, K Roberts def S Brecard, G Condie.

Fours: T Mitchell, J Gray, B Pollard, T Mason def L Johnston, S Warren, K McMorrow, D Whitney.



Ocean Shores

27/6: 7 Table Mitchell. N–S: 1st gross: Sue Perry/Margot Porter; 2nd gross: Eric Bridgman/Brad Hurst

E-W: 1st gross: Michelle Clark/Michel Boyle: 2nd gross Pat Janda/Sylvia Van Rossum

We meet at Ocean Shores Country Club every Wed evening. Seated by 6:15pm. All welcome. Phone Pam: 6680 3871.




30/06/12 Single Stableford

Winner: Nick Emmanoilidis 39. Runner-up: Wolfram Jirzik 39 C/B.

Nearest the Pins

5th: J Isaac 160cm.

9th: W Jirzik 700cm.

12th R Hutton 470cm.

17th: P Schweitzer 410cm.

Ball Run Down: 37 C/B.

Gundies Mug: Nick Emmanoilidis 39.

Mullumbimby Vets

25/06/2012 – Stableford – Round 3 Ross Lynn Memorial Trophy.  26 starters

Comp Winner: Bob Armstrong; Runner-up: Ray Hutton

Vets 9: Ray Marose.  Runner-up: Ron Maher

NTP (5th): Ron Maher; Captain’s Balls: Ray Marose; President’s Balls: Bob Neat

Winner – Ross Lynn Memorial Trophy: Bob Armstrong

Ocean Shores Ladies

Tuesday 26 June 2012. Stableford, 2nd Rnd J & N Boyd, 3rd Rnd President’s Trophy

Div 1 Winner C Martin 40, R/Up K King 38. Div 2 Winner M Clark 44 R/Up L Parks 41.

NTP Div 1 G O’Donnell Div 2 D Barclay. Vouchers to 33 c/b. Vets comp 19/6/12

Winner S Stephenson.

Sunday Golf. 1 July 2012. American Foursomes 44 Players

Winners Liz & David Parks 61 nett. R/Ups Michele & Tom Clark 62 nett Ball Rundown to 70 1/2.

NTP’s 7th hole Marnie Griscti & John Maddock 16th hole Danielle & Jason Haywood. Next Game July 15th. 4-Person Ambrose with special prizes for the best dressed team.

Ocean Shores Men

Monday 25 Jun – Medley Stableford

1st Ian Bennett 41pts, 2nd Alexander Ross 40pts, 3rd Malcom Flesser 39pts

Wednesday 27 Jun – Single Stableford

1st Peter Pilcher 44pts, 2nd Malcom Flesser 36pts, 3rd Robert Cameron 33pts

Saturday 30 Jun – Single Stableford

North Coastal Yamaha

Div 1: 1st John Daley 44pts, 2nd Gary Richards 41pts, 3rd Brett Johnston 40pts

Div 2: 1st Rodney Barnes 40pts, 2nd Graham Beattie 40pts, 3rd Igor Blumenthyal 39pts



All Girls Showdown

Lennox Hotel Open Pro: 1 Brittani Nicholl, 2 Codie Klein, 3 Samantha Cornish, 4 Kirsten Ogden. Lennox Hotel Junior Pro: 1 Kirsten Ogden, 2 Georgia Fish, 3 Stephanie Single, 4 Codie Klein.   All Girls Surfriders Club Longboard Pro: 1 Isabelle Braley, 2 Crystal Dzigas, 3 Melissa Combo, 4 Roisin Carolan.  All Girls Surfriders Club Over 28: 1 Jenny Boggis, 2 Crystal Vail, 3 Jade Ogilvie, 4 Sandra English.  All Girls Surfriders Club Over 40: 1 Mel Mott, 2 Kellie O’Brien, 3 Jo-Anne Anderson, 4 Fiona Hunt. The Northern Star 16 & Under: 1 Alyssa Lock, 2 Laura Poncini, 3 April Broughton, 4 Kiani Dobbyn.  Southern Cross Ten 14 & Under: 1 Alyssa Lock, 2 Jalessa Vincent, 3 Laura Poncini, 4 Sophie McCulloch.  Hive Swimwear Open ‘B’: Collette Kerry, 2 Sarah Morison, 3 Ros MacKenzie, 4 Meryl Johnston.  Special awards: Lois Bucket Real Estate Best manoeuvre: Kirsten Ogden, Lennox Head Pharmacy. Best tube: Alyssa Lock, Lennox Head Physiotherapy Centre. Best Wipeout: Sophie McCulloch, Lennox Head Osteopathic & Chiropractic. Best judge: Rob VanIersal. Lennox Head Dental Junior Pro incentive: Annabel Barrett, Mullet Hair. 16 & Under incentive: Ellie Brooks, Elders Lennox Head. 14 & Under incentive: Jancinta Greenup. Inspiration award (winning a signed Tyler Wright surfboard): Kiara Meredith, Inner Beauty. Highest Placed All Girls Member: Roisin Carolan.

All Girls Surfriders 

June Club Round

A sunny morning (a bit chilly), small waves (a bit chilly again) but fun! The call to move to Lennox Beachies was made at 7.15 due to inshore sweep and waves with little form breaking onto sandbank at North Wall/Lighthouse Beach. Congratulations to the finalists, as follows:

Firsts: 1st Angela Spehir, 2nd Kellie O’Brien, 3rd Sam Kay, 4th Jane Tranberg. Seconds: 1st Christie Kay, 2nd Ebony Santamaria, 3rd Kay McNamara. Thirds: 1st Mahlia Carr, 2nd Lily Lewis. Junior Beginners: 1st Shayla Young, 2nd Karian Hartley, 3rd Jess Mills, 4th Jasmine Sloane. Senior Beginners: 1st Christina Dunn, 2nd Kirsty Laing, 3rd Marika Ilic, 4th Jules Galloway. Longboard: 1st Deb Tinker, 2nd Maz Pentecost, 3rd Jan Webster, 4th Jane Tranberg.

A huge thankyou to everyone who helped continuously throughout the morning with setup, judging, timing, changing flags and packup; another great club round!

Byron Bay Boardriders 

Round 6 of Byron Bay Boardriders was held at Suffolk Park on Sunday under sunny skies and light offshore winds all day.

Some great waves around 3–4ft saw some high-performance surfing and deep tube rides. Results are as follows:

Opens 1 Bryce Cameron, 2 Tom Donohoe, 3 Sam Johnson, 4 Sean Cochran.

Juniors 1 Matt Dart, 2 Will Harbison, 3 Tai Naughton, 4 Jaden Garft.

Womens 1 Kirsten Ogden, 2 Sally Bell, 3 Maddi King, 4 Emma Williams.

Seniors 1 Lee Miller, 2 Sean Cochran, 3 Peter Wuehr

Masters 1 Lee Miller, 2 Peter Wuehr, 3 Paul Sullivan, 4 Phil Poutney

Legends 1 Nick Pearson, 2 Paul Sullivan, 3 Marc Prosser, 4 Neil Cameron.

Cadets 1 Cory Flanaghan, 2 Joel Paxton, 3 Riki Ariawan, 4 Sean Mc Callum, 5 Hunter Morgan

U/14s 1 Shaun Chaseling, 2 Tai Daniels, 3 Taj Richmond, 4 Ash Coleman.




Brunswick Heads 

Wednesday 4/7/12

Round 9 – Perry Homes Comp

Brunswick Heads Pharmacy v Byron Bay Trophies: G Davis v C Ashworth, A Li v M Virtue, W Knight v P Hill, A Cox v B Doran

Cape Byron Medical Centre v Ocean Shores Glass: B Trivett v P Vanhorff, W Ferrier v Kijay, J Nicolson v R Cameron, N Moon v F King

Occupational Health & Rehab Services v Coastal Voice & Data: C Littlewood v J Bristow, J Gribble v S Moon, S McTeare v C Booth, J Hodges v N Dunn

The Potato Works v Inky Business: T Kropp v T Dryden, R King v C Walsh, C Johnston v S Schubert, R James v C Naughton

Monday 9/7/12

Round 8 – Byron Health Foods Comp

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

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

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

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

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

Wednesday 11/7/12

Round 10 – Perry Homes Comp

Brunswick Heads Pharmacy v Inky Business: G Davis v T Dryden, A Li v C Walsh, W Knight v S Schubert, A Cox v C Naughton

Cape Byron Medical Centre v Byron Bay Trophies: B Trivett v C Ashworth, W Ferrier v M Virtue, J Nicolson v P Hill, N Moon v B Doran

Occupational Health & Rehab Services v Ocean Shores Glass: C Littlewood v P Vanhorff, J Gribble v Kijay, S McTeare v R Cameron, J Hodges v F King

The Potato Works v Coastal Voice & Data T Kropp v J Bristow, R King v S Moon, C Johnston v C Booth, R James v N Dunn

* Phone 6685 1794 to play.



Brunswick Heads 

Tuesday 3/7/12

Round 5: J V Towing Comp

6pm Mangoes v Packers, Kriss Kross v Flash. Duty – Bad

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

Thursday 5/7/12

Round 7: Ocean Shores True Value Hardware Comp

6pm Exodia v Bop, Fireflys v Bruns Belles, Thunderbirds v Fill Ins. Duty – Muchachas

7pm Grogmonsters v Chilli Twist, Divas v Muchachas, Volleys v Flukes. Dees bye. Duty – Bop

Tuesday 10/7/12

Round 6: J V Towing Comp

6pm Mangoes v Squeakers, Eagles v Flash. Duty – Kriss Kross

7pm Redbacks v Kriss Kross, Bad v Packers. Duty – Squeakers

* Phone 6685 1794 to play. Beginners welcome.


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