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Saturday 20.10.12 PATROL NO 15:  10am–4pm
Peter Hogan, Alex Power, Ben/Courtney Harper, Ryan Timperley, Jono Manitta, Sean Pattison, Isabelle Clark, Shelly Clark, Shaun Coleman, Chris Johnson, Peter Flannery, Kurt Tutt, Rory Wilson
Sunday 21.10.12 PATROL NO 10:  9am–4pm
Cody Buck, Graeme Condie, Mike McCabe, Greg McCabe, Trudy McCabe, Tony McCabe, Tod/Joel Martin, Dean Rutgerson, Greg Graham, Tod Buckland, Dan McCabe, Peter Tiernan, Roger Buck, Sean Rutgerson.

SPORT NEWS

Byron Rugby Sevens

It’s that glorious  time of year again, when 32 mens teams and 16 womens teams descend on Byron Bay for the Annual Rugby Sevens. Now in its 23rd year, the Byron Sevens is one of the biggest and most colourful tournaments on the Australian calendar. What was once an Olympic drinking sport, Rugby Sevens is now part of the program at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games.

Australia’s  best-known rugby club, Randwick, make their first appearance and are hoping to draw on some famous ‘Ella’ magic in their opening match on Saturday against North Brisbane. Leading Australian sevens teams Manly, Eastwood, South Brisbane and the Gold Coast Breakers all have title aspirations, along with a host of top Fiji and Kiwi teams. Local champions Lennox Trojans and Byron Bay, both fresh from Grand Final wins, are keen to add some more silverware.

The always-popular Women’s division is stronger than ever and is sure to feature the biggest hits as the best of the Aussies take on their Kiwi and Samoan rivals. New Zealand’s Arongatahi make their first appearance (even the name scares me) and will be taking no prisoners on or off the field.

The action takes place all day Saturday and Sunday at the Byron Recreation Fields from 9am. The draw is available at the Rails or online at Byron Bay Rugby. Finals start on Sunday from 1.30pm. The Bay have their opening clash against Perth on Saturday at 11.30am. Local champion Mick ‘Wombat’ Leece continues to break all records for durability. Despite never meeting Lance Armstrong, Leece is set to line up for his 23rd consecutive Byron Rugby Sevens.

The beer is cold and admission is free all weekend. Go the Bay!

Tweed Byron Women’s Bowls

October 22: District Shield Competition to be held at Cabarita Beach Bowling Club.  3 games 13 ends.  M/Tea 8.10am.  Trial Ends 8.40am.  Play to commence 9.00am.  Dress:  State-approved uniform.  Best wishes for good bowling to all the ladies competing at this event. Have fun, enjoy.  May the best side triumph.  November 12:  President, Secretary and Treasurer’s Day to be held at Cabarita Beach Bowling Club.  Details to be forthcoming in upcoming editions.

SPORT RESULTS

BOWLS
Brunswick Heads
Wednesday Social Bowls 9 October: 1st P Brassington def E Boyter, 2nd B Tordan def M Masula, 3rd K Hodie def C Tewon. Annual General Meeting – Saturday 13 October: President – C Mackay. Vice-Presidents – J Foster, T Schnieder. Directors – P Brassington, K Peacey, M Petrou, G Rendell, J Sanderson.
Brunswick Heads Women
Tuesday 9 October: Minor Singles Final: Kay Soccio 31 def Jenny Lofts 25. Congratulations to both Kay and Jenny on a very entertaining, well-played game. Social Bowls: Rosa Kinnear, Marcia Crichton & Joy Kearney 22 def Dawn Holland, Denise Batson & Annie Revie 6. Lorraine Siddall, Irene Edwards & Lyn Proudlock 19 def L Siddall (swinging lead) Margaret Darby & Bev Smith 15. Kerry Dexter & Lorraine McCormick 20 def Edie Beddoes & Dawn Hay 19. Winners: Rink 8. K Soccio & marker S Iversen. Lucky Losers Rink 8: J Lofts. Raffle won by . Lofts.
*** Nominations for the Club’s 2 Bowl Triples day, being held on Thursday 15 November, should be in as soon as possible to ensure that your team has a spot in this prestigious event that has over $2000 in prizemoney being offered for the day. Cost per team is $60 and entries to go Secretary Annie Revie, who can initially be contacted on 6685 1870.
Byron Bay Men
Byron Bay team of Tom Barry, Dick Aldridge, Don Baker, John Brooker, Jim and Paul Clark, Syl Reid and Brian Burton represented the club on Sunday at Cudgen Leagues Bowling Club in the IGT John Foster Cup and had a good result winning their section with four wins plus 25. The overall winners were Cabarita with five wins plus 50.
Tuesday Social
Winner was Gavin McPhail, runner-up Bob Lewis and place-getters Jeff Fleming and Steve Whiting.
Thursday’s self-selected pairs was abandoned due to rain.
Saturday was played in clear weather with winners Bulla, Ivan and Therese, runners-up P Darby and P Anderson.
*** Tuesday’s social bowls with Gavin McPhail now in charge of procedures has a new format, which has made for some interesting bowling, so if you have a spare Tuesday afternoon come along and try your skills at lawn bowls and have a chance at winning some prize money.
Byron Bay Women
Social Bowls last Tuesday was won by M Phelps, N Marinacce, G Simmons, G Kelly.
*** Visitors welcome any Tuesday morning. Bowls begin just after 9:30 so please be at the club at 9am for morning tea beforehand. You can also phone your name in by ringing the club on 6685 6202.
Patron and Life Members Day to be held on Tuesday October 30.
Mullumbimby Ex-Services Men
5/10/12 – Coopers Spring Corporate Bowls
After a fun-filled start to the series Courthouse Jems took an early lead in Pool A followed by Thommo’s Tyres, Toads @ Leisure, Banditz, Kenn’s Cartwheels, Kenny’s Possibles and Club Crew. In Pool B The Hobby Farmers led followed by Kenny’s Probables, Check-Out Chicks, X Middle and Chalkboard Whiteboard being neck and neck, then Can’t Nail Us Down and Torn Between the Roses filling the board. All are looking forward to the next round.
6/10/12
2012 Minor Pairs Championship was taken out by Darrin Blake and Rohan Fenwick after holding out the consistent pair Dick Ottery and Allan Bartlett. Congratulations to all players.
Mixed Social
G Porter B McClymont D Hammond (c/w Ocean Shores Quality Meats rink) 21 d T Riches T Fenwick C McClymont 13, R Wainwright J Canabou J McKay 36 d I Pettendy N Lee J Estreich 7
8/10/12
Mullumbimby players enjoyed a delightful afternoon’s play with the visiting Redcliffe United Services bowlers, who then stayed on to enjoy a fine dinner served by our chef Brendan
10/10/12
Social 2 x 11 ends
G Porter B Neate P Thompson won the RSL prize on 24 with D Blake B Rose P McDonald (c/w Graeme Wilson BiRite Electrical rink) 22 (on ends won) over F Buckley S Purdie H McKenna 22, M Burke A Pyzer J Canabou 11, M Nicholls S Ridgwell K Wrigley 9, B Ball N Newton A Bartlett 8
*** Take an opportunity to try social bowls and raise funds for emergency services. Bus to Bangalow leaves Bowlo 9:30am October 21; cost $25 includes bowls, bus and lunch. To book in ring Darryl Essery on 0417 293 065 or 6684 4866 by October 15.
Mullumbimby Ex-Services Women
9/10/12
Westpac Rescue Helicopter charity day – J Ball R Wrigley G Henry (W.SM) d R Mills C Coen (visitor) J Towner, E LeClere R Wainwright B Reglin d E Walker J Lee S Brown. Raffle donated by Summerland Independent Bowls Shop won by R Mills.
Good bowling to our ladies playing in District Shield.
*** Melb Cup Mixed Triples 6 Nov, bowls 10am–1pm lunch and green fees $20 p/p. Mufti dress: bright shirts competition, sponsored by Tony Carsburg
Ocean Shores Men
October 8
Winners: K Hosie, B Montgomery, R Roberts
R/Up: L Campbell, K Roberts, B Fahy
Ocean Shores Mixed Twilight Bowls.
October 9 – Winners: P Sullivan, D Gardiner, T Baggio
R/Up: G Bridgeman, G Johnson, M Davey
Most touches: A Rainsford.
Ocean Shores Women
Wed 10 Oct – Mixed Social: Out of Hat – J O’Connor, T Warr, W Sprengel (winners) d J O’Connor, G Fox, G Johnston; E Miller, D Gardiner, J Williams d B Paine, L Wright, M Flesser
Consistency Final L McGowran d F Crowder.
Fri 12 Oct – Social: Secret margin – A Slater, M Bertoli, M James (winners) d C Timewell, K Gallard, N Gartner; R Wrigley, J Williams, F Crowder d P Sullivan, L Wright, L McGowran
Bribie Island Visit 17 Oct 12 noon for BBQ lunch 1pm for bowls; Gala Day 26 Oct

BRIDGE
Brunswick Heads
13/10/2012 Seven Table Mitchell.  N/S  gross;  1st Mary Solway/Evelyn Hollick  2nd Pat Janda/Silvia Van Rossum.  E/W 1st gross: Pamela Sullivan/Hilary Lewis;  2nd gross Doreen Grand/Fay Patterson
15/10/2012: 9 table Mitchell.   N/S:  1st gross; Jannine Murray/Pamela Sullivan;  2nd gross;  David Dare/Freda Star.      E/W:  1st gross;  Gail Bridgman/Martin Nicholson;   2nd gross; Sybil Easterbrook/Colleen Wellings.
*** 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
10/10:7 Table Mitchell.N–S: 1st gross: J Selleck / B Simons; 2nd gross: F Star / P Sultas. E–W: 1st gross 😛 Quirke / P Sullivan; 2nd gross: E Bridgeman / J Hughes.
*** We meet at Ocean Shores Country Club every Wed evening. Be seated by 6:15pm. ALL Bridge players welcome. Contact Pam: 6680 3871.

GOLF
Ocean Shores Ladies
No comp on Tuesday 9th due to the completion of our new bridges and green renovations.
Thursday 11 October 2012. Stroke, back 9 twice. Winner J Isaacs 67 nett. R/Up J Hoffman
71 nett. Vouchers to 78 nett.
Saturday 13 October 2012. Stableford. Winner P Keenan 36 pts. NTP. A Slater.
Voucher to 32 pts.

SPORT DRAWS

SQUASH
Brunswick Heads
Wednesday 17/10/12
Round 8 – Perry Homes Comp
Cape Byron Medical Centre v Inky Business – Kijay v T Kropp, M Virtue v W Ferrier, J Nicolson v J Gribble, T Grosse v C Naughton
Occupational Health & Rehab Services v The Potato Works – R King v G Davis, P Vanhorff v C Walsh, W Knight v A Cox, F King v N Dunn
Brunswick Heads Pharmacy v Coastal Voice & Data – B Trivett v C Ashworth, C Booth v S Moon, R Hughes v S Schubert, B Doran v P Frazier
Byron Bay Trophies v Ocean Shores Glass – C Littlewood v T Dryden, P Hill v A Li, C Johnston v R Cameron, N Moon v R James

Monday 22/10/12
Round 8 – Byron Health Foods Comp
Division 1 – 5pm C Littlewood v B Trivett, G Davis v L Tomasella; 5.30pm Kijay v L Powell.
Division 2 – 5pm S Moon v M Cassidy; 5.30pm C Walsh v R King, A Li v R Hughes
Division 3 – 5pm J Gribble v B Schubert, L Fox v J Nicolson; 6.30pm A COx v R Draper
Division 4 – 5pm P Chaffer v C Johnston; 5.30pm G Carter v N Moon. F King bye
Division 5 – 5pm B Doran v C Naughton, J Hodges v A Chaffer, D Hodges v T Ashworth

Wednesday 24/10/12
Round 9 – Perry Homes Comp
Cape Byron Medical Centre v Ocean Shores Glass – Kijay v T Dryden, M Virtue v A Li, J Nicolson v R Cameron, T Grosse v R James
Occupational Health & Rehab Services v Inky Business – R King v T Kropp, P Vanhorff v W Ferrier, W Knight v J Gribble, F King v C Naughton
Brunswick Heads Pharmacy v The Potato Works – B Trivett v G Davis, C Booth v C Walsh, R Hughes v A Cox, B Doran v N Dunn
Byron Bay Trophies v Coastal Voice & Data – C Littlewood v C Ashworth, P Hill v S Moon, C Johnston v S Schubert, N Moon v P Frazier

*** Phone 6685 1794 to play.

VOLLEYBALL
Brunswick Heads
Tuesday 16/10/12
Round 4 – J V Towing Comp
6pm Spikers v Packers, Flash v Wilson. Duty – Redbacks
7pm Redbacks v Bad, Eagles v Mangoes, Kriss Kross. Duty – Spikers

Thursday 18/10/12
Round 6 – Ocean Shores True Value Hardware Comp
6pm Wam v Divas, Bop v Chilli Twist, Alaskans v Spiked Punch. Duty – Exodia
7pm Flukes v Exodia, Volleys v Grogmonsters, Fireflys v Muchachas. Easybeats bye. Duty – Bop

Tuesday 23/10/12
Round 5 – J V Towing Comp
6pm Spikers v Eagles, Bad v Wilson. Duty – Packers
7pm Squeakers v Packers, Redbacks v Mangoes, Kriss Kross v Flash. Duty – Eagles

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


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