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Byron Shire Sports Results 2705

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BOWLS

Brunswick Heads Men 

Minor Singles: V Rydman def L Harris, E Hanrahan def D Turnbull, C Woods def D Wyborn. Consistency Singles: M Petrou def G Rendell, J Winter def P Kutz. Cock of the Walk: D Turnbull def L O’Donnell.

Triples Semi-final: E Boyter N Sharp M Petrou def D Sanderson D Turnbull R Carbines.

O’Donnell Day 04/08/12 See you all there. Round Robin: Brunz Aqua Running 6th Place, Blue Running 8th. Keep it up, fellas.

Brunswick Heads Women

Tuesday 3rd July: Consistency Singles: Darilyn Guest 150 def Annie Revie 130. Beverley Rose 150 def Kerry Dexter 147. Social Games: Joan Loomes, Betty Burridge & Beverley Smith 16 drew with Jenny Lofts, Marcia Chrichton & Beryl Boorman 16. Rosa Kinnear, Denise Batson & Lorraine Hurley 30 def Sue Cormack Lorraine Siddall & Judy Wright 12. Winners: Rink 6. R Kinnear, D Batson & L Hurley. Raffle winner: Annie Revie.

Mullumbimby Ex-Services Men

30 June 4s Championships

M Nicholls, J Canabou, B Rose, J Estreich 25 def K Wriggley, T Fenwick, J Morgan, P Thompson 15.

Mixed Social

R Fenwick, D Blake, J McKay 20 def R Wainwright, B McClymont, H McKenna 19 (extra end required).  I Pettendy, G Naoum, M Holton 28 (c/w Graeme Wilson BiRite rink) def M Burke, N Lee, C McClymont 15.

1 July Sunday Mudcrab Mufti

I Pettendy, L Hurlez, C McClymont 25 def R Hurlez, R Wainwright, J Towner 14. M Burke, H Robb, D Bruce 23 def S Brown, N Lee, J Burridge 16.  P Nicholls, D Bruce, D Blake 26 def C Knight, B Burridge, J Knight 10.  J Scott, J Canabou, P McDonald 19 drew M Nicholls, G Naoum, S Thomas 19.  After fun bowls all enjoyed a good BBQ.  All welcome next month, bowls provided.

4 July Wednesday Social

2 x 11 ends, results by skip name.  Winnners skipped by B Isaac 26pts, Runner-up H McKenna’s mob 17. T Johnston 16pts, B Moore 14pts, P McDonald 13pts, L Henry 10pts.  Thanks to our sponsors of the day, Mullumbimby Ex-Services Club.  Don’t forget our AGM 4 August 10.30am.

Mullumbimby Ex-Services Women

07 July Craig Watson Triples

I Pettendy, J Kidman (W Sec Margin) def J Lee, G Henry.  R Wainwright, H Robb, B Croft (Runners-up) def S Thomas, S Brown, J Towner.  Raffles, J Towner, G Henry.  Many thanks to Craig Watson for the day.  Triples Championships commence on 10 July, check the board.

* AGM, 24 July at 9.30am followed by General Meeting, nominations close 10 July at 4.30pm, all members to attend.  

Classic 4s, 13 August.  Picnic Lunch, 3 rounds of 11 ends.

Ocean Shores Men

Mon: 2.7 Triples

Winners: L Campbell, B Fahy, K Roberts.

R/U: K Kennedy, K McMorrow. B Gibson.

Ocean Shores Women

4/07: Mixed Social:  E Miller, D Keily, G Johnston (Winners on highest no ends) d S Woolford, L Wright, L McGowran; G Fox, S Kidman, M Bertoli (R/Up) d M Franks, B Paine, J Bartlett; J Seamer /B Sprengel d D Grant /M James; K Gallard / J Williams d J O’Connor /W Sprengel.

* Special Meeting next Fri 13 July at 8:30am to discuss Constitution.

 

BRIDGE

Ocean Shores

4/7:4 Table Howell: 1st gross: P Quirke / P Sullivan; 2nd gross: J Smith / K Morgan; 3rd gross: M Clark / M Boyle.

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

 

GOLF

Mullumbimby

07/07/12 Monthly Medal

A Grade Winner: Adam Lumsden 67 * Medal Winner *. Runner-up: Kevin Meehan 71 C/B.

B Grade Winner: Stewart Pontin 70. Runner Up: John Gadowski 74.

C Grade Winner: Gordon Brown 73 C/B. Runner Up: Warwick Curtis 73 C/B.

Nearest the pins: 5th: W Ferrier 131 cm, 9th: P Schweitzer 310cm, 12th: P Towner 340cm, 17th: A Lumsden 183cm.

Gundies Mug: Adam Lumsden. Ball Run Down: 75 C/B.

4/07/12 Cleveland Challenge

Winner: Damien Parsons 68 C/B. Runner-up: Peter Towner 68 C/B. 2nd Runner-up: Chad Mangleson 70.

Nearest the pins: 5th: P Bowles 70cm, 9th: R Dann 300cm, 12th: J Gadowski 350cm, 17th: C Mangleson 332cm.

Ball Run Down: 73 C/B.

Ocean Shores Ladies

Tuesday 3 July 2012. Best 3 of 4 scores, invitation to Men’s Day – Winners Lesley & Alex Moir, Liz & David Parks 118 c/b. R/ups Peter Moyle, Claudette Martin, Del Jansen & Michel Boyle 118. 3rd Wendy & Fred Sparrow, Betty & Roy Crossley 115. NTP Ladies Div 1 C Martin Div 2 W Sparrow. Men 6th hole K Tilling. Men 17th hole R Killion. Vouchers to 108.

Thursday 5 July 2012 Stableford. Winner D Jansen 34 R/up D Devir 33

Vouchers to 27

Saturday 8 July 2012 Stroke, Club Medal, Putting & NTP. Winner V Marsh 71 nett

Vouchers to 75. Val Marsh won the Club Medal, Putting 29 & NTP. Donations now being accepted to send her back on holiday, congratulations Val.

Ocean Shores Men

Monday 2 July Medley Stableford

1st Gregory Mockler 45pts, 2nd Ian Smith 40pts, 3rd Robert Lofts 40pts.

Wednesday 4 July 4BBBB Par

Div 1 – 1st D Ensor & D Webber +12, 2nd L Trudgeon & R Conway +10, 3rd B Sweeny & C Cowan +9.

Saturday 7  July – Monthly Medal – Stroke

Blue Tees – 1st Anthony Beashel 68, 2nd Chippa Byron 70, 3rd Toby Sanderson 70.

White Tees – 1st Colin Godsmark 60, 2nd Anthony Martin 67, 3rd Stephen Moon 68.

Ocean Shores Vets

5 July 2012. Stableford. 78 starters

Winner: Peter Thorley 41 points, Runner-up: Bryan Spruce 37 C/B, Third: Will Jamieson 37 C/B,

Fourth: Nick Comer 37 C/B.

NTP 3rd: H/C 0–19: Peter Moyle, H/C 20+: Jon Clemens, NTP 6th: Fred Sparrow, NTP 8th Frank

Cortazzo, NTP 12th: Graham Wall, NTP 15th: Ken Lange, NTP 17th: H/C 0–19 Hilton Stephenson,

H/C 20+: Jim Sullivan. Captain’s Gorilla Award: H/C 0–19: Ian Smith, H/C 20+: Noel Krusher

Keil. Balls to: 34. Juan ‘Jimmy’ Price scrubbers ball: Clive Spindler.

 

TABLE TENNIS

Mullumbimby

Mark Smith defeated Fred Newman 3–2 in the final to win the singles competition.  Fred Newman & Nat Strybos (+4) defeated Mark Smith & Chris Strybos 12–10 in the fifth game to win the doubles final 3–2.

* 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

SQUASH

Brunswick Heads

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 L Fox, 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

Monday 16/7/12

Round 9 – Byron Health Foods Comp

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

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

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

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

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

Wednesday 18/7/12

Round 11 – Perry Homes Comp

Brunswick Heads Pharmacy v Coastal Voice & Data – G Davis v J Bristow, A Li v S Moon, W Knight v C Booth, A Cox v N Dunn

Cape Byron Medical Centre v Inky Business – B Trivett v T Dryden, W Ferrier v C Walsh, J Nicolson v S Schubert, N Moon v C Naughton

Occupational Health & Rehab Services v Byron Bay Trophies – C Littlewood v C Ashworth, J Gribble v M Virtue, S McTeare v P Hill, J Hodges v B Doran

The Potato Works v Ocean Shores Glass – T Kropp v P Vanhorff, R King v Kijay, C Johnston v R Cameron, R James v F King

Phone 6685 1794 to play.

 

VOLLEYBALL

Brunswick Heads

Tuesday 10/7/12

Junior Comp – 5–6pm. $5 per week. 12–17 age group. Phone 6685 1794 to play. Beginners welcome.

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

Thursday 12/7/12

Round 8 – Ocean Shores True Value Hardware Comp

6pm Fill Ins v Muchachas, Volleys v Chilli Twist, Thunderbirds v Divas. Duty – Grogmonsters

7pm Grogmonsters v Exodia, Dees v Bruns Belles, Bop v Flukes, Alaskans v Fireflys. Duty – Divas & Chilli Twist

Tuesday 17/7/12

Junior Comp – 5–6pm. $5 per week. 12–17 age group. Phone 6685 1794 to play. Beginners welcome

Round 7 – J V Towing Comp

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

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

Phone 6685 1794 to play. Beginners welcome.

 

SPORT CLUB INFO

Surfing

Brunswick Boardriders

The Brunswick Boardriders Club will hold their July club contest this Sunday the 15th. Everyone to meet by 7:30am at Bruns surf club.

 


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