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BOWLS

Byron Bay Men

A great performance by our two Byron Bay players Mark Banfield and John Brooker who represented our club and Zone One in the NSW State Championship President’s Reserve Pairs held at Soldiers Point Bowling  Club on the weekend.  The boys went down to Port Macquarie City (Zone 14) in a close game (19-21) who eventually went on to win the Championship. Congratulations on reaching the State Finals and to go down by 2 shots against the eventual winners was a great effort.

Thursdays self selected pairs winners this week are Paul B-z and Reg Condie with K Rice and M Hale runnersup. Meat tray won by Jeff Fleming and the jackpot has to go off soon and now stands at $300.

*** Tuesdays social bowls with its new format is a popular day so come along and win some prize money. Starts at 1pm.

Saturdays social bowls winners are Pat Anderson and Reg Condie with Ray Brecko and Don Baker.

Byron Bay Women

No bowls last week due to the weather.

*** 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.

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 24th October:  Cock of the Walk: P Brassington.  1st  K Mackelvie, B Bop, T Jackson. 2nd  D Sanderson, S Howatson, D Proudlock.  3rd  F Hill, B Stewart, J Lawlor.    Saturday Social Bowls:  Winners – G Rendell, P Jenkins.  2nd E Boyter, T Batchelor.  Sunday Mufti:  Winners – E Boyle, J White, D Turnbull.  Lucky Losers:  I O’Brian, N Graham, P Brassington.  Coolangatta All Sports Visit: A great day was had by all when Coolangatta All Sports paid a visit.  Looking forward to seeing them again in the near future.  Sunday 4th November 2 Bowls Mixed Pairs – 2 x 11 ends, 10am Start, Names by 9.30am.

Brunswick Heads Women

Tuesday 23rd October:  Consistency Singles Semi Final: Darilyn Guest 150 def. Julie Sanderson 105. Social Bowls: Rosa Kinnear, Liz Beale & Nan Stearman 16 def. J. D’Andilly, Margaret Darby & Jenny Lofts 7.  Shirley Tisdell & Marcia Crichton 13 drew Lyn Ryan & Joy Kearney 13.  Winners: Rink 18 R. Kinnear, L. Beale &  N. Stearman.  Raffle won by  L. Ryan.

*** Nominations for the Club’s Sponsored 2 Bowl Triples day being held on Thursday 15th 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.  Cost per team is $60 and entries to go Secretary Annie Revie, who can initially be contacted on 6685 1870.

Mullumbimby Ex-Services Men

19 October Coopers Twilight Corporate Bowls Round 3

With yet another night of fine social bowling Pool A is now led by Thommo’s Tyres followed in order by Courthouse Jems, Kenny Cartwheels, Banditz, Toads @ Leisure, Kenny’s Possibles, CCTG & Club Crew.  Pool B has the Hobby Farmers in the lead followed by Can’t Nail Us Down, Checkout Chicks, Uncooperatives, X Middle, Kenny’s Probables, Thorn between the Roses & Whiteboard/Chalkboard.

20 October Saturday Tyrepower Triples

15 teams fought out for the title in good bowling conditions.  A Bartlett, D Hammond, J McKay (Mullum) won the day with S Abraham, D Blake, P McDonald (Mullum) coming in next, followed by R Tonkin, J Hay, S Brecard (Ocean Shores) third.  First Round winners P Flood, W Fuller, M Holton (Ballina), Second Round winners were B McClymont, J Canabou, C McClymont (Mullum).  Our thanks to our major sponsor Mullumbimby Tyre Service and to Tony Carsburg Holden, Devine Quality Meats, Mullumbimby ExServices Club, Craig Watson Discount Pharmacy and Byron Bay Pork & Meats Butchery.

Mixed Social – B Reglin, T Fenwick (c/w Ken Ryan Plastering rink) 20 def R Wainwright, N Lee 18.  T Riches, J Canabou, C McClymont 22 def G Porter, B McClymont, K Wrigley 13.

21 October Sunday Mullum-Bangalow Charity Challenge

A rowdy bus load of 40 participants from Mullum (who came home with the trophy) joined the Bangalow mob for a most enjoyable day of social bowls.  All involved were delighted to be able to raise $310.80 for the Westpac Lifesaver Helicopter.

24 October Wednesday Social

B Neate, G Naoum, T Johnston 21 def S Abraham, M Johnston, P McDonald 18.  M Burke, J McKay 22 def B Ball, D Blake 19.  M Nicholls, L Henry, J Canabou 19 def R Lambert, F Buckley, S Purdie 16.

Mullumbimby Ex-Services Women

23 October Tuesday Social

J Ball, J Lee, G Henry (Rink W) def E Walker, S Brown, J Kidman.  S Thomas, R Wainwright, J Towner def I Pettendy, B Reglin, B Croft.  Raffle – B Reglin.

*** 06 November Melbourne Cup Mixed Triples – Bowls 10am-1pm followed by lunch, $20 per player.  Mufti Dress, Bright Shirts sponsored by Tony Carsburg Holden.

13 November Committee Meeting 10.30am, please don’t forget spinners.

 22 November MOB Day, Bowls 1pm followed by light nibbles, $8 per player.

Ocean Shores Men

Ocean Shores Bakery Men’s Event

Winners: C. Pav, B. James, 2nd: K. Hosie, R. Roberts, B.Montgomery,3rd:  G. Parker, M. Hains, L. Johnston.

Ocean Shores Mixed Twilight Bowls. October 23rd

Winners: N. Turner, J. O’Conner, D. Hayer. R/Up: T. Johnston, G.Fredericks. Most touches: N. Keil

Norfolk Island Friday Comp.  October 26th

Shirt Boy – G. Collins

Ocean Shores Women

Wed. 24th:  Mixed:

After a closely contested game of 3 bowl Pairs the eventual winning team was E. Miller and M. Flesser;  the runners-up were  B. Paine and J. Williams and others to do well were D. Gardiner, L. Wright;  G. Fox and M. Bertoli.

Friday 26th:  Re-scheduled Gala Day:

22 teams from Tweed-Byron, 2 from Alstonville, and 1 team each from Lismore City, Tweed Heads, South Lismore and Casino (28 teams in all) enjoyed the hospitality of the Ocean Shores ladies playing 2 games of 11 ends with results on Margins.   First prize went to a Pottsville team of C. Moir, M. Jackson, G. Moore and M. Commerford with runners-up also from the same Club skipped by D. Buckley.  Others in the team were F. Brady, J. Kent and I. Quinn.   Round 1 winners: P. Pieterse, B. Hall, M. Alcorn and C. Henry from Cudgen Leagues;  Round 2 winners  D. Abrahan, M. Lincoln, M. McCrindle and M. Atkinson from Kingscliff.  Friendship prizes went to E. Foster (Condong), M. Parsons (B/Heads), K. Jonsson (Lismore City), G. Burke (Sth Lismore), V. Young (Tweed Heads), M. Bertoli (O/Shores), R. Morris (Condong), J. Towner (Mullum), P. Bryant (Pottsville) and G. Moore (Alstonville).

Final of Club Triples C/ship:  K. Gallard, M. Flesser, B. Sprengel def M. Enright, JM Quirke, M. McConville.

*** Date to remember:  Golf/Bowls Day 16th Nov.   Please check Notice Board

Tweed–Byron District Women

October 22:  Tweed Byron District Shield.  This annual competition was played at Cabarita Beach Bowling Club. The ten clubs in the District each entered a side of 2 teams of fours to contest this event.   Competition is quite fierce throughout the format of 3 games of 13 ends as the women vied for this prestigious trophy.

Without a breath of air the humid conditions in round one made conditions extremely uncomfortable for all contenders. However, at the beginning of round two, cooling breezes prevailed  rendering perfect conditions for the remainder of the competition.

At the end of round one, Pottsville was the leader in 15 points.   Round two saw a changing of the guards with Cabarita Beach taking the lead following a win and a draw from their side.  Round three was crucial to all teams as scoring was very close up to this point.  In top gear, the women descended onto the greens for their final bout.  Spectators were treated to a very high standard of bowls throughout the whole competition and expressed their appreciation accordingly.

Congratulations to Cabarita Beach WBC, winners of this years event.  Second place went to Ocean Shores WBC with Condong WBC taking out third place.   Congratulations also to all the women who were selected to represent their Clubs in this event. You certainly entertained us with your wonderful bowling.

*** President Anne Mackay and  Committee Members would like to thank Cabarita Beach for hosting this event.

 

BRIDGE

Brunswick Valley

27/10/2012: 8 table Mitchell with a skip.   N/S:  1st gross; Mary Solway/Evelyn Hollick  2nd gross;  Roger Iffland/Alleyne Withey.      E/W:  1st gross; Brad and Kath Morgan;   2nd gross; Lyn Carson/Peter Baldwin.

*** 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

24/10:5 Table Mitchell. N-S:1st gross:J Selleck/B Simons;2nd gross:R Pedicini/K Westall.E-W:1st gross:P Sullivan/P Quirke;2nd gross:M Clark/M Boyle.

*** We meet @ Ocean Shores Country Club every Wed. evening.Be seated by 6:15pm. All Bridge players welcome.Phone Pam 6680 3871

 

GOLF

Mullumbimby Men

Date: 24/10/12 Single Stableford

Winner: Joe Falzon Score: 41 C/B. Runner Up: Barry Reid Score: 41 C/B.

Nearest the Pins – 5th: R Jones 120cm, 7th: N, 9th: G Naoum 411cm, 12th: M Donnelly 70cm, 17th: NA.

Ball Run Down: 36 C/B

Date: 27/10/12 4 Man Ambrose

Winner: S Birney, H Guest, M Paron & J Butturini Score: 51 3/4. Runner Up: B Donnelly, M Donnelly, S Pointin & D Beal Score: 54 1/4.

Nearest the Pins – 5th: R Hutton 426cm, 7th: NA, 9th: G Shelley 112cm, 12th: K Lawler 156cm, 17th: J Hartley 385cm.

Ball Run Down: 56. Gundies Mug: NA.

Ocean Shores Ladies

Tuesday 23rd October 2012. Stableford + Golden Ball Comp. Winner Div 1 K Welsh 37 c/b.

R/Up R Rogers 37 c/b. Div 2 Winner G Allan 38 R/Up S Stephenson 35. NTP Div 1 L Parks

Div 2 E Roe. Vouchers to 29. Golden Ball Winners K Welsh, R Rogers, P Price & J Boehm 33

Thursday 25th October 2012. Stableford. Winner D Devir 40 pts R/Up P Govett 36 pts.

Vouchers to 33 pts.

TABLE TENNIS

Mullumbimby

John Harrison won the singles handicap competition with Raini Kahn second and tied for third were Fred Newman and Ethan Zikron.

*** 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 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 Kable, 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

Monday 5/11/12

Round 10 – Byron Health Foods Comp

Division 1 – 5 pm G Davis v B Trivett, L Tomasella v Kijay; 5.30 pm C Littlewood v L Powell

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

Division 3 – 5 pm J Nicolson v J Gribble, B Schubert v R Draper; 6.30 pm A Cox v L Fox

Division 4 – 5.30 pm C Johnston v F King, G Carter v P Chaffer. N Moon bye

Division 5 – 5 pm D Hodges v C Naughton, T Ashworth v J Hodges, A Chaffer v B Doran

Wednesday 7/11/12

Round 11 – Perry Homes Comp

Cape Byron Medical Centre v The Potato Works – Kijay v G Davis, M Virtue v C Walsh, J Nicolson v A Cox, T Grosse v N Dunn

Occupational Health & Rehab Services v Coastal Voice & Data – R King v C Ashworth, P Vanhorff v S Moon, W Knight v S Schubert, F King v P Frazier

Brunswick Heads Pharmacy v Ocean Shores Glass – B Trivett v T Kable, C Booth v A Li, R Hughes v R Cameron, B Doran v R James

Byron Bay Trophies v Inky Business – C Littlewood v T Kropp, P Hill v W Ferrier, C Johnston v J Gribble, N Moon v C Naughton

*** Phone 6685 1794 to play

VOLLEYBALL

Brunswick Heads 

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 Flash. Duty – Bad

Thursday 1/11/12

Round 8 – Ocean Shores True Value Hardware Comp

6 pm Divas v Easybeats, Bop v Volleys, Wam v Dashers. Duty – Flukes

7 pm Flukes v Grogmonsters, Chilli Twist v Exodia, Fireflys v Alaskans. Spiked Punch bye. Duty – Wam

Tuesday 6/11/12

Round 7 – J V Towing Comp

6 pm Redbacks v Eagles,Bad v Be Cool. Duty – Kriss Kross

7 pm Flash v Packers, Wilson v Spikers, Kriss Kross v Mangoes. Duty – Be Cool

*** Phone 66851794 to play. beginners welcome

 

 

 

 

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