19.9 C
Byron Shire
June 7, 2023

Byron Shire Sports Results 2720

Latest News

Jumping Red Ant

Victoria Cosford Whenever I approach Jumping Red Ant, I immediately want to make ratatouille, or caponata – any of those...

Other News

#BeatPlasticPollution this World Environment Day

It’s World Environment Day and this year the spotlight is on finding solutions to plastic pollution – #BeatPlasticPollution.

‘Peace Train’ 

‘…Thinking about the good things to come And I believe it could be Something good has begun…’  From ‘Peace Train’ by Cat...

Fun community connection for Japanese community 

The local Japanese community came together in early May at the Cavanbah center to celebrate Japanese Children’s Day. 

Why are white Australians even being asked to vote on the Voice?

The fast-approaching Voice referendum is a complete clusterf**k for all Australians. It stinks of failure at each and every...

Mullumbimby Giants rope in the Mustangs

The Mullumbimby Giants have played their way back into the top four of local, first-grade rugby league with a...

Bring your breasts to Mullumbimby

With early detection being a key to good outcomes, women are being invited to visit the BreastScreen mobile until when it visits Mullumbimby from mid June to mid July.


Brunswick Heads

Saturday 27.10.12 10am – 3pm Patrol 5: Captain Terry Currie
Sunday 28.10.12 9am – 4pm Patrol 2:  Captain Casey Brenan

Byron Bay

Saturday 27.10.12 PATROL NO 17:  10am – 4pm
Mark Timperley, Greg Clark, Adam Clark, Hendy Stewart, Luke Timperley, James Preston, Josh Maher, Paul Clark, Mandy Templeman, Fred Templeman, Bob Manitta.
Sunday 28.10.12 PATROL NO 11:  9am – 4pm
Ian Harrison, Helen Jarvis, Philip Jarvis, Riley Harrison, Che Hooper, Georgina Cason, Tim Van Der Burg, Heli Murray, Emily Field, Bernie Allen, Ben Dickens



The Byron Bay Cycle Club is holding Criterium racing next Sunday October 28.
Byron Industrial Estate off Bayshore Drive from Ewingsdale Rd. Registration will be near Spirit Health Club carpark, Byron Bay in Centennial Circuit, at 6.30am for a 7.00am start.
We welcome any new or old to the sport either as Racing or Ride membership to join our club. BBCC aim is to promote a safe racing environment through training to improve the novice and social riders
to an improved competitive level. We are aiming to have our new 1km Criterium track located at the new Byron Region Sports and Cultural Centre for next season. The more club members the more support is
generated for this project.
Training is on Tuesday and Thursday at 6am leaving from the Clock Tower in Byron St, near the corner of Jonson St, with moderate rides leaving at 6.30am on Monday Wednesday and Fridays. There’s also a longer
club coffee ride that leaves at 6.30am Saturday at a more social pace details with route announced Friday on our Facebook site.
The race starts at the Byron Industrial Estate off Bayshore Drive from Ewingsdale Rd. Registration will be near Spirit Health Club carpark, Byron Bay in Centennial Circuit, at 6.30am for a 7.00am start.
Race entry payment at sign on desk $10 Cycling Australia Race licences are to be presented and no Day Licences are available. Please note that signing up or renewal can be done online with Cycling
Australia website for licenses for cycling competitions and events that include a comprehensive package of insurance cover.
Any queries call Chris Pratt President: Byron Bay Cycle Club 0437 859 959 or [email protected] and check our website www.byronbaycycleclub.org.au
Northern Rivers CC next road race more details www.nrcc.org.au/



Byron Bay Men
Our club Mixed Pairs have reached the final (to be played this week). The finalists are T Hillard and P Lofts to play G Kelly and D Aldridge.
Tuesdays social bowls with its new format is proving popular and this weeks winner is B Burton with r/up J Brooker with the mystery margin won by I Easten.
Thursdays self selected pairs winners are Olga and Gavin McPhail with Gloria Kelly and Dick Aldridge runners-up. Kerry Rice won the meat tray. The jackpot was not won and stands at $290 next week.
Saturdays social bowls winners are D Baker and I Easten and runners-up B Burton and P Anderson.
*** Mark Banfield and John Brooker are off to Soldiers Point this week to play in the State Reserve Pairs Championships. Good Luck! Boys. Our ‘best wishes’ go with you.
May you have many Good Bowls.

Byron Bay Women
Social bowls last Tuesday was won by G Wright, G Kelly and M Phelps.
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 66856202.
*** Patron and Life Members Day to be held on Tuesday October 30.
Christmas Hamper raffle in the proceeds of being organised. Members please give donation of $5- for this to either the Secretary or the  Treasurer.
Our break-up and Christmas party will be on Tuesday December 11.

Brunswick Heads Men
Wednesday Social Bowl’s October 16:  Cock of the Walk: P Brassington.  1st  F Hill, B Stewart, J Lawlor.  2nd  K Hosie, B Montgomery, R Roberts.  3rd  L Campbell, J Maguire, K Kennedy.
*** Wednesday 24th October visit from Coolangatta Allsports.

Brunswick Heads Women
Tuesday October 16:  Patron’s Day Social bowls: Julie Sanderson, Di Lobb & Lyn Proudlock 12. def. Kerry Dexter, Kay Soccio & Marian Parsons 9. Jenny Lofts, Edith Beddoes & Darilyn Guest 13. def. Zena Wagner, Marcia Crichton & Beverley Rose 10.  Denise Batson, Beryl Boorman & Judy Wright 30 def. Lorraine Siddal, Nan Stearman & Dawn Hay 7.  Winners: By fan of the cards and chosen by Edna Lewis.  Winning lead: J. Sanderson, 2nd. E. Beddoes, & skip L. Proudlock.  Lucky Losers : lead L. Siddall, 2nd. N. Stearman , Skip. B. Rose. Raffle won by D. Guest.The Club’s patron Beryl Boorman made lovely slices for afternoon and provided the beautiful gifts used as trophies. Thank you Beryl as a fun day was enjoyed by all.
*** Nominations for the Club’s Sponsored 2 Bowl Triples day being held on Thursday November 15, 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.  Cost per team is $60 and entries to go Secretary Annie Revie, who can initially be contacted on 6685 1870.

Mullumbimby Ex-Services Men
After a tightly fought evening the Coopers Corporate Twilight Bowls in Pool A Courthouse Jems lead from Thommo’s Tyres, Kenny’s Cartwheels, [email protected], Club Crew, Banditz, Kenny’s Possibles and CCTG. Pool B has The Hobby Farmers leading then Check Out Chicks and Kenny’s Probables follow with Chalkboard/Whiteboard ant Thorn Between the Roses together over X-Middle and Can’t Nail Us Down following. Social positions in each team are still available whilst the dining room is open for all.
Recognising the value of sport across all ages for physical and social health, the Women and Men bowlers were delighted to raise funds on Woolies’ forecourt for Little A’s. Our thanks for all the support shown.
Mixed Social Saturday
C W Reglin T Fenwick 20 d R Wainwright N Lee 18, T Riches J Canabou C McClymont 22 d G Porter B McClymont 13
Social Wednesday
CWM Nicholls J Canabou L Henry 19 d DR Lambert F Buckley S Purdie 16, B Neate G Naoum T Johnston 21 d DS Abraham M Johnson P McDonald 18, M Burke J McKay 22 d B Ball D Blake 19
*** Next Weeks JACKPOT $220

Mullumbimby Ex-Services Women
Consistency Singles Finals
B Croft (Rink W) d G Henry (Marker J Towner). Congratulations Betty and well done Gloria. Thank you to both ladies for a great game, tied a the end of the game so another end was required.
I Pettendy B Reglin d J Ball J Lee, R Mills R Wrigley J Kidman d E Leclere S Thomas S Brown. Raffle – E Leclere. A big thank you to all our ladies on Charity Day which raised $520 on the day with raffle, piggy bank and donations.
*** Bowls now commences at 1pm.
Melb Cup Mixed Triples on 6th November, bowls 10am-1pm followed by lunch. $20 per player. Mufti Dress – Bright Shirts Competition sponsored by Tony Carsburg.
Committee Meeting 13th November at 10:30am please don’t forget spinners.
MOB Day Thurs 22nd November, bowls at 1pm followed by light nibblies. $8 per player.
Ocean Shores Men
October 15th
Winners:  D. Hughes, W. Springel, J. Jansen. R/Up: K. Northwood, S.Warren, P. Tornardos
Ocean Shores Mixed Twilight
October 16th
Winners:  D. Gardiner, M. Murray, P. Sullivan. R/Up: M. Davey, R. Llewellyn, G.Johnston. Most touches: P. Sullivan
Ocean Shores Women
A social pleasant day was held at Ocean Shores involving Mullumbimby, Ocean Shores and B/Heads ladies (MOB day).  23 ladies played with the winners on highest score being M. McConville (swinger), I. Edwards and M. James who defeated M. McConville, J. Williams, J. Kidman;  2nd highest score on 19 all were G. Johnston, C. Timewell, G. Henry who played R. Wrigley, J. Lee and K. Quinnel.  Others to play were T. Hillier, M. Bertoli, N. Gartner, J. Busch, B. Reglin, S. Iversen, J. Minel, L. Wright, J. Towner, K. Gallard, S. Brown and M. Hosie.  Next MOB day at Mullumbimby on the 22nd of November.
Wed. 17th October – 72 mixed bowlers from Bribie Island enjoyed lunch at the Country Club followed by 21 ends of bowls which consisted of lots of laughs and great fellowship together with some very serious bowling.  Lucky rink winners: J. Jackson (B/I.) L. Wright (O/S) B. Hill (B/I);  Runners-up:  L. Hoare (B/I) R. Wrigley (O/S) R. Ferguson (B/I); Lucky losing lead Bus driver Daryl Second V. Mitchell (B/I) Skip B. Toby (visitor from Pelican Waters B.C.)
Fri. 19th October – Social (Highest No. of Ends) – M. Bertoli, M. Flesser (winners) def B. Stone, N Gartner;  J. Seamer, M. McConville def K. Gallard, J. Williams;  J. Busch, M. Farquhar, B. Sprengel def T. Campbell, L. Wright, G. Johnston.
Tweed Byron District
*** Monday November 12:  Presidents’, Secretaries’ and Treasurers’ Day will be held at Condong Bowling Club.  Triples Team entries please.  2 games 11 ends. M/Tea 8.30 am.  Cost $20 p.p. ($60.00 p.team) includes m/tea, green fees and lunch.  Dress:  State approved Club uniform.  Entries and payment to reach District Secretary, Glenys Cartwright by Tuesday 30 October 2012.


Brunswick Valley
20/10/2012 TenTable bye and share:  N/S  gross;  1st Margaret Fleming/Freda Star  2nd Phyllis Ketyte/Jannine Murray.
E/W 1st gross: Tom McDonald/Gary Lynn;  2nd gross Diana Gall/Jean Elliott
22/10/2012: 7 table Mitchell Rover.   N/S:  1st gross; Jannine Murray/Michelle Clark;  2nd gross;  David Dare/Freda Star.
E/W:  1st gross;  June Selleck/Barbara Simons   2nd gross; Sybil Easterbrook/Colleen Wellings.
*** 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

Ocean Shores
17/10/2012  –   6 Table Mitchell   N/S:  1st gross;  Michele Clark/Michel Boyl;   2nd gross;  Freda Star/Pin Sultas:    E/W:  1st gross; June Selleck/Barbara Simons;  2nd gross;  Brad Hurst/Eric Bridgeman.  We meet at Ocean Shores Country Club on Wednesday evenings.  Seated by 6.15 pm.  All welcome.  Enquiries P Sullivan 02 6680 3871


Ocean Shores Ladies
Tuesday 16th October 2012. 4 Ball Ambrose. Winners G O’Donnell, A Slater, W Sparrow, K Govett 56 7/8.
R/Ups V Marsh, P Price, A Hauser, D Barclay 58 5/8. 3rds B Wingad, L Parks, G Allen, J Mathewson 59 5/8.
Vouchers to 60 1/2.
Thursday 18th October 2012. Stableford. Winner J Maddock 39 pts. R/Up J Selleck 38 pts. Vouchers to 32 c/b.
Saturday 20th October 2012. Stableford. Winner R Moller 39 pts. R/Up L Franks 38 pts. Vouchers to 34 pts.
NTP. L Franks.
Sunday 21st. October 2012. 4BBB Stroke with Putts. 40 Players. Winners Barbara Allen & Derek Johns 62 nett.
R/Up Kaye & Ron King 64 c/b. Ball Rundown to67 c/b. Best Putting Mavis Broughton & Peter Snook with only 23.
NTP’s Ladies Kaye King. Men Nick Comer. Next game November 4th. 4 Person Scramble.


A Grade – Iconz 24 – Sunnybank 48
B Grade – Randwick 32 – Manly 17
C Grade – Nadro Nervosa 45 – Gold Coast Breakers 14
D Grade – X-Rats 17 – The Bunyips 5

A Grade – Redland Bay 26 – Arongatahi NZ 21
B Grade – Where’s Wally (Qld Uni) 26 – Cookies and Cream 5


John Harrison won the open singles competition and Mark Smith was second with the one loss.  Raini Kahn won the junior singles competition with Heath Lines and Wilfred tied for second and Ethan Zikron fourth.  Heath Lines & John Harrison (+5) defeated Robert Thorn & Mark Smith 3-1 in the final to win the doubles competition.
*** 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.



Brunswick Heads
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

Monday 29/10/12
Round 9 – Byron Health Foods Comp
Division 1 – 5 pm Kijay v B Trivett, G Davis v C Littlewood; 5.30 pm L Tomasella v L Powell
Division 2 – 5 pm R Hughes v M Cassidy, S Moon v C Walsh; 5.30 pm A Li v R King
Division 3 – 5 pm J Nicolson v B Schubert, L Fox v R Draper; 6.30 pm A Cox v J Gribble
Division 4 – 5 pm N Moon  v F King, G Carter v C Johnston. P Chaffer bye
Division 5 – 5 pm J Hodges v C Naughton, T Ashworth v A Chaffer, D Hodges v B Doran

Wednesday 31/10/12
Round 10 – Perry Homes Comp
Cape Byron Medical Centre v Coastal Voice & Data – Kijay v C Ashworth, M Virtue v S Moon, J Nicolson v S Schubert, T Grosse v P Frazier
Occupational Health & Rehab Services v Ocean Shores Glass – R King v T Dryden, P Vanhorff v A Li, W Knight v R Cameron, F King v R James
Brunswick Heads Pharmacy v Inky Business – B Trivett v T Kropp, C Booth v W Ferrier, R Hughes v J Gribble, B Doran v C Naughton
Byron Bay Trophies v The Potato Works – C Littlewood v G Davis, P Hill v C Walsh, C Johnston v A Cox, N Moon v N Dunn
*** Phone 6685 1794 to play.


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

Thursday 25/10/12
Round 7 – Ocean Shores True Value Hardware Comp
6 pm Fireflys v Wam, Bop v Exodia, Alaskans v Vamps. Duty – Easybeats
7 pm Flukes v Volleys, Chilli Twist v Grogmonsters, Easybeats v Spiked Punch. Divas bye. Duty – Vamps

Tuesday 30/10/12
Round 6 – J V Towing Comp
6 pm Packers v Eagles, Bad v Kriss Kross. Duty – Wilson
7 pm Mangoes v Wilson, Redbacks v Spikers, Be Cool v
*** Phone 6685 1794 to play. Beginners welcome.

Support The Echo

Keeping the community together and the community voice loud and clear is what The Echo is about. More than ever we need your help to keep this voice alive and thriving in the community.

Like all businesses we are struggling to keep food on the table of all our local and hard working journalists, artists, sales, delivery and drudges who keep the news coming out to you both in the newspaper and online. If you can spare a few dollars a week – or maybe more – we would appreciate all the support you are able to give to keep the voice of independent, local journalism alive.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

The secret nature of the Iron Gates case

Despite a comprehensive refusal of the development application for residential development at the Iron Gates at Evans Head last year the DA is still ‘live’ in the NSW Land & Environment Court as the developer pushes back.

Vaping and young people – what can be done to reduce the impact?

Two community forums are being held to look at the issue of youth vaping. The first is taking place today in Coffs Harbour and a second forum will be held in Ballina on 20 June.

Man charged following shooting in Ballina 

A man has been charged following a public place shooting in Ballina.

Army depot construction starts in Chinderah 

Federal Labor have announced local Indigenous companies in Tweed Heads are starting construction of new facilities, which will benefit the Australian Army’s A Company, 41st Battalion, Royal NSW Regiment and 225 Army Cadet Unit.