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Sports Results November 20, 2012

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SPORT RESULTS

 

SLSC PATROLS

Brunswick SLSC

Saturday 24.11.12 10am–3pm Patrol number 2: Patrol Captain Casey Brennan

Sunday 24.11.12 9am–4pm Patrol number 3: Patrol Captain Kris Southwell

Byron Bay SLSC

Sat 24.11.12 9am–5pm Patrol number 7: Jade Nelson-Chapman, Jeda Greenlaw, Yasmin Nelson-Chapman, Kelly Templeman, Darren Chapman, Tegan Nelson-Chapman, David Freedman, Hayley Coleman, Kisane Irwin, Amber Whipple, Lorne Greenlaw, Paul/Kaitlin/Amie Smith, Lee Perkins, Tali Hooper, Scout Hembrow, Rebecca Templeman.

Sunday 24.11.12 9am–5pm Patrol number 3: Leesa Challis, Michael Gudgeon, Brock Eastlake, Tom Preston, Sally Preston, Jack Milgate, James Cloake, Morgan Steel Vas, Martine Gudgeon, Tori Schonwald, David/Zoe Challis, Sean Petrov, Ben Penparse, Eliza Gudgeon.

 

RESULTS

BOWLS

Brunswick Heads Men 

Cock of the Walk: T Fleming def P Kurtz. Wednesday Social Bowls 14 Nov: 1st D Palmer, Shane, D Wyborn, 2nd K Hosie, B Montgomery, R Roberts, 3rd F Hill, B Stewart, J Lawlor. Carsburg Classic Fours: 1st J Smith, 2nd A Latif. 3rd D Woods, 4th G Green, 5th R Blake. Round 1 Winners: 1st M Jaffray, 2nd C Pike, 3rd S Tong, 4th E Farnsworth, 5th N Jennings.

*** 42 Teams played in the Carsburg Classic Fours and a great weekend was had by all even thought the weather was a little unstable. Teams from near and far competed in this prestigious carnival and the quality of play was something to behold. The carnival is held every year on this weekend and welcomes any club interested in playing.

Brunswick Heads Women

Tuesday November 12: Final of Consistency Singles: Judy Wright 150 def Darilyn Guest 120. Social Bowls: Marcia Crichton & Marian Parsons 19 def Margaret Darby & Joy Kearney 15. Denise Batson & Lyn Proudlock 31 def Jenny Lofts & Dawn Hay 10. Shirley Tisdell & Bev Smith 21 def Lorraine Siddall & I Edwards 18. Winners: Rink 15 J Wright & Marker F Parkes. Lucky Losers: Rink 19. L Siddall & I Edwards Raffle won by Kay Soccio.

Thursday October 15: Sponsored 2 Bowl Triples Day. With 38 teams entered into this competition and a fine sunny day, it was always going to be a competitive occassion. Teams came from as far away as Grafton & Evans Head to the south and from Redlands Bay to the north and with teams from most clubs in between. The gusty wind that prevailed throughout the day did make it a challenge for some. Prizewinners: Team 12. Gail Marczan, Claire Holder & Pauline McCarthy, Evans Head with 3 Wins + 38 –1st. Team 23. F Turner, J Wotherspoon & M Dorrough, Cudgen Leagues with 3 wins + 33 2nd. Team 24. R Stuart, S Farmer & J Scotcher, Alstonville. 3rd. Team: 14. C Hill, J Lowien & M Peart, Alstonville 4th. Team 19. D Abraham, M McCrindle & M Lincoln, Kingscliff 5th. Round 1 winner. B Mills, P Elliott & S Wilson Redlands Bay. Round 2 winner. L Broadhurst, P Lyons & S Royle, Casino. Round 3 winner. Team 18. V McKenzie, Ballina. Friendship prize Team 26. J Kidman, Mullumbimby. Mystery Prize. Team 33. Ev Marks, Annie Revie & Marcia Crichton Brunswick Heads. Thanks go to our generous sponsors for this day, for without their help we could not be so generous with the prizemoney, also to all the ladies who participated both on and off the greens.

Byron Bay Men 

Tuesday’s social bowls saw only one point between winners Gavin McPhail and Ivan Easten. John Brooker won the mystery prize. Names must be in by 12 noon so come along to win some cash prizes.

Thursday’s self-selected pairs winners this week are Mark Barry and Al Everingham with Peter Darby and Ray Henderson runners-up. The meat tray was won by Tim Ives and the jackpot was not won and is now $330.

Saturday social bowls missed out on the rain with Don Baker, Pat Anderson and Bev Gawned winners. Runners-up Brian Burton and Robert Rays.

*** The 2012 Club Championship Presentations will be held on Saturday 15 Dec with bowls at 1pm with cash prizes (Jackpot) and ham instead of meat tray. Presentation at 4pm.

Byron Bay Women

Last Tuesday’s winners were G Kelly and J Meinel.

*** 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.

Our break-up and Christmas party will be on Tuesday 11 December.

Women are welcome to bowl on the men’s days – Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday afternoons. During our recess is a good time to take the men up on this offer.

Kingscliff Beach Bowls Club

Weeks ending November 3 and 10:
Wednesday, October 31; Final of Club Selected Triples Winners: B Petri, A Wonka, I Azzopardi. Congratulations ladies.
Social PLay, 31 October: Rink Winners: B Petri, A Wonka, I Azzopardi; Runners-Up: J Massey, B Lane, B Mirls.
Social Play, Wednesday, November 7: Winners: J Maass, E Peachey, B Lane; Runners-Up: S Davies, M Atkinson.
*** Tickets are on sale at Reception for the Christmas Party and the sheet for players and meal only will be on the board on 28 November.
Tickets are on sale for the Combined Presentation Night, 2 December Only 120 tickets available. 

Kingscliff Men

19 November 2012

Friday Night Inter-Club Challenge: ‘Tails’ obviously got the music selection right for the game between Kingscliff and Coolangatta for the last home game on Friday 16 November as Kingscliff claimed the points on the night. The night was again wrapped up with a sausage barbecue and auction of a bowls bag and a set of Aero Bowls provided by sponsor Terry Abrahams and Aero Bowls.

Social Bowls Results: The Kingscliff Meat Gallery Tuesday Morning Open Pairs: Winners: E Taylor, K Liddington. Runners-Up: V & R Gravolin. Plate Winners: White, Goodman. Thursday 15 November: Winners: B Clarke, J Davies, A Bousie; R Dark, T King, G Barrack, R Pearce, M Mesic, Tango. Plate Winners: C Abery, C Lane, J Mirls. Saturday 10 November: Winners: B Butler, B Lamb, B Jack; R Corney, E Breen, B Gentle. Plate Winners: J Mirls, G Pritchard, J Findlay.

*** Kingscliff Men’s Bowls Club Annual General Meeting will be held in the Bowlers’ Lounge on Sunday 25 November commencing at 10.30am. Business will include the election of president, vice-president, secretary, treasurer, games controller and selectors. Nominations for positions close this Sunday 18 November. 

State and District News: In the City v Country Series played 10 and 11 November Country came away winners with the team in which Michael Turner played winning all three of their games. The Zone 1 Champion of Club Fours Champions scheduled for last weekend in Yamba was subsequently postponed to a later date due to the inclement weather. The Kingscliff Team consists of Brian Turner, Trevor Hills, Greg Barrack and Michael Turner.

Club Championship News: The Mixed Fours Final to be played between the teams of Anne Wonka, Tony Wonka, Sandra Akers, Ian Taylor and Cathy James, Michael Turner, Vicki White, Russell McLeay has been scheduled for Saturday 24 November. This should be a wonderful spectacle of bowls with some of our best female and male bowlers on show. 

In the B Grade Singles semifinal will feature David Miller d Dick Whittington and the game between John Julius and Ray Phipps is scheduled to be completed Saturday 24 November. 

Kingscliff Women

Following are the KWBC results of play week ending 16 November:
Social play, Wednesday, November 14: Winners: J Maass, E Peachey, B Lane; Runners-Up: D Hallett, M Lincoln. Raffle V Abery.
*** Ladies, don’t forget to place your names on the sheet from 28 November for the Christmas Party, 12 December. Tickets are available from Reception at $15.00 each. Bowls at 3pm, meal at 6pm followed by the concert.
Tickets are also available at Reception for the Combined Presentation Night, December 2 at a cost of $20.00. Places are limited.

Mullumbimby Ex-Services Men

9.11.12 On a beautiful evening, with the threat of needed rain, Twilight bowlers enjoyed a fun game. With play from 6pm to 7:30pm Rhonda Wrigley Phil Johnson (weekly prize winners) 12 d Cheryl and Matt Perry 5. Annette Snow Paul Thompson 14 pipped Ray Mynott Nev Lee 13. Rose Wainwright Keith Wrigley 12 d Sharon P J Johnson 8.

10.11.12 Our players enjoyed a visit to Burringbar Bowlo with shared honours on the day.

11.11.12 Before an included BBQ lunch on a beautiful day Yuko Sharon Warrick 16 d Rhonda Jim Liz 13, Elsie Helen Evergreen George 19 d Monique Garry Doug 16, P Johnson Peter B J Boyle 23 d Julie B Betty Boyle M Holton 11, J Scott Nancy P Colin 15 d Clair A Bob Bathie K Wrigley 8

14.11.12 Wed Social 2 x 11 ends. By Skips name on pts won P McDonald took the RSL prize followed by D Ottery T Johnston M Burke L Henry and GK Lumsden

Mullumbimby Ex-Services Women

13.11.12 Social – S Thomas J Ball J Towner (Rink W) d S Thomas R Mills G Henry, R Wainwright B Reglin d R Wrigley S Brown, I Pettendy J Beaumont d J Lee B Croft. Raffle B Reglin

*** 22.11.12 MOB Day bowls start at 1pm

11.12.12 Committee Meeting at 10:30am. Patrons Christmas break-up Party, mufti dress in Christmas colours, present, small plate for afternoon tea

Ocean Shores Men

Monday: 12.11 Triples

Winners: J McGowran, J Hay, B Priest. R/U: K Hosie, R Roberts, B Montgomery.

Ocean Shores Women

14 Nov Mixed

Lottie Wright and Shane Woolford were the lucky rink winners after defeating Bruce Paine and Marj Flesser. Others to win, but not in the money were Dot Gardiner and Nola Gartner who defeated Judy Seamer and Maureen Bertoli.

16 Nov – Golfer/Bowler Day:

This annual event was well supported by both golfers and bowlers. The golf was an ambrose over 6 holes which was won by A Hauser, J Maddocks (golfing ladies), T Campbell and J Busch (bowlers) with 60 and three quarters followed closely by A Slater, D Jansen, L Wright, C Timewell with 61 and one eighth. Close on their heels were M Griscti, H Henry, M Hosie and B Stone who had the same score of 66 as H Charles, J Maynard, P Sullivan and L McGowran. D Copeland, T Rowe, M Bertoli and M Flesser had 69 followed by C Killion, M Byron, J Lofts and N Gartner with 69 and three quarters. Some joy for Chris Killion as she was a raffle winner.

After a yummy morning tea the ladies played 10 ends of bowls. It is hoped that the golfing ladies enjoyed the experience and will one day take up this challenging sport and vice versa. The winners were decided on a secret score which was luckily won by D Copeland, T Rowe, M Bertoli and B Sprengel. The latter also won a raffle.

*** The monies collected from the raffles will be forwarded to the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research. The day wound up with a birthday cake and champagne to celebrate Lyn McGowran’s ‘big day’ on the 20th; happy birthday Lyn – hope you had a day to remember.

GOLF

Mullumbimby Men

14/11/12 Single Stableford

Winner: Hayden Cooper Score: 38, Runner-Up: Peter Treweek Score: 37 C/B, 2nd Runner-Up: Robert Cubis Score: 37.

Nearest the Pins – 5th: B Reid 22cm, 7th: NA, 9th: NA, 12th: J Falzon 192cm, 17th: E Mitchell 154cm.

Ball Run Down: 34 C/B.

17/11/12 Single Stableford

Winner: John Morgan Score: 46, Runner-Up: Richard Smith Score: 42, 2nd Runner-Up: Staphen Halpin Score: 40 C/B

Nearest the Pins – 5th: J Stokes 48cm, 7th: P Johnston 400cm, 9th: J Stokes 180cm, 12th: M Trivett 170cm, 17th: I Noble 534cm.

Ball Run Down: 36 C/B.

Gundies Mug: Nick Emmanoilidis.

Ocean Shores Ladies

Tuesday 13 November 2012. Stableford. 1st Rnd Spring Bowl. Div 1 Winner L McGowran 36 pts.

R/Up J Hoffman 35 c/b. Div 2 Winner V Loomes 38 pts R/Up J Maynard 34 pts. NTP Div1 L Parks

Div 2 J Isaacs Vouchers to 29 pts c/b. 9 Hole Winner J Downer 21 pts.

Thursday 15 November 2012. Stableford. Winner P Keenan 39 pts. R/Up J Selleck 37 pts.

Vouchers to 32 pts.

Saturday 17 November 2012. Stableford. Winner R Moller 32 pts. Vouchers to 25 pts.

PARKRUN

Kingscliff
Event 5 – November 17, 2012.

Men
James Turner (SM25-29) (Unattached) was first over the line in 17:08 – second time in 2 appearances.
Ben Courage (JM15-19) (Unattached) was second over the line in 18:29 – Was first to finish once before.
Ken Bassingthwaighte (VM40-44) (Unattached) was third over the line in 19:32.

Current standing in the Men’s annual points competition:
Stuart Reid (Unattached) 491 pts.
Ben Courage (Unattached) 399 pts.
Phil Courage (Unattached) 300 pts.

Women’s placings:
Tyra Evans (SW25-29) of Pacific Athletics Club, was first (5th overall) over the line in 22:04 – first appearance.
Janthea Andersen (VW35-39) (Unattached) was second (6th overall) over the line in 22:44 – Was first to finish once before.
Andrea Quinn (VW50-54) (Unattached) was third (11th overall) over the line in 25:39.

Current standing in the Women’s annual points competition:
Wendy Legg (Unattached) 492 pts.
Janthea Andersen (Unattached) 397 pts.
Carla Maree Robinson (Unattached) 381 pts.

The following runners recorded the best Age Grade scores:
Ben Courage (JM15-19) was graded 75.29% for the time 18:29 (second overall).
James Turner (SM25-29) was graded 75.29% for the time 17:08 (first overall).
Ken Bassingthwaight (VM40-44) was graded 69.88% for the time 19:32 (third overall).

This week there were 24 runners, of whom 11 were first-timers and 6 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 2 different athletics clubs took part.

Kingscliff parkrun started on 20 October 2012, and since then 48 different runners, including participants from 4 athletics clubs, have completed 78 runs covering a total distance of 390km, and there have been 20 new Personal Bests.

The Women’s course record is held by Melanie Black who ran in a time of 17:58 on 20 October 2012 (event number 1).
The Men’s course record is held by David Coombs who ran in a time of 17:02 on 20 October 2012 (event number 1).
The Age Grade course record is held by Melanie Black who recorded a 82.93% run (17:58) on 20 October 2012 (event number 1).

*** Next parkrun is 1 December 8am Bells Boulevard Salt, Kingscliff.

SHOOTING

Murwillumbah Rifle Club

Fullbore: 900 yards: W Shoobridge 98.12, 2, 100.12.

Scope: G Morris 114.7.

Smallbore: B Cooley 370, 45, 415; L Mumford 375, 31, 406; A Turner 395, 10, 405; B Rooney 373, 32, 405; D Phippard 392, 12, 404; P Turner 388, 14, 402, G MacMahon 398, 3, 401; K Thomson 395, 5, 400; G Johnston 393, 7, 400; S Godfrey 365, 35, 400; F Binding 394, 5, 399; A Cronk 397, 2, 399; R Couch 387, 11, 398; W Sunderland 394, 2, 396; G Morris 390, 6, 396; W Shoobridge 388, 5, 393.

TABLE TENNIS

Mullumbimby

Three people finished the singles round-robin competition with one loss each: Mark Smith, Chris Strybos and Fred Newman. Chris Strybos & Mark Smith defeated Junior Britton & Fred Newman in some close games but 3–0 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.

 

SPORT DRAWS

BASKETBALL

Lismore

Tuesday 20th November AUSSIE HOOPS/BIDI BALL:4.30pm to 6.00pm

Wednesday 21 November SENIORS: 6pm Court 1 Black Panther (M) Vs Nads: Court 2 SCU Women Vs Oddshots: 7pm Court 1 Black Panther (W) Vs Breakers: Court 2 Flying Dutchmen Vs Celtics: 8pm Court 1 The Dreaming Vs Frigid Air: Court 2 Ballina Vs M and Ds

Referees: 6pm: Court 1Grace/James: Court 2 Lauren/Teagan: 7pm Court 1Phil/Emma: Court 2 James/Charlton: 8pm Court 1 Charlton/Emma: Court 2 Phil/Lauren

Duty: 6pm Court 1 Celtic: Court 2 Breakers: 7pm Court 1 SCU women: Court 2 Frigid Air: 8pm Court 1 Flying Dutchmen: Court 2 Black Panthers (W)

Thursday 22 November SECONDARY COMPETITION: 4.30pm Court 1 Darwin Vs Franklins: Court 2 Biztax Bisons Vs Hawkings: 5.15pm Court 1 Bells Vs Einsteins: Court 2 Little Dream Team Vs Funky Dunks: 6pm Court 1Kepler Vs Little Iversons: Court 2 Edisons Vs Trinity

Referees: 4.30pm Court 1 Zac/Tim: Court 2 Emma/Caralie: 5.15pm Court 1 Zac/Tim: Court 2 Emma/Katie B: 6pm Court 1 Zac/Teagan: Court 2 Emma/Katie B

Mini ball 26 November: 4.30pm: Court 1 Celtics Vs Wizards. Court 2 Bulls Vs Lakers. 5.15pm Court 1 Magic Vs Hornets

Referees: 4.30pm Court 1 Kiara/Madison Court 2 Tyler/Jacob F 5.15pm Court 1 Kiara/Tuscany

*** www.lismorebasketball.net.au or Phone 0410 777 572.

SQUASH

Brunswick Heads

Wednesday 21/11/12

Rouind 13 – Perry Homes Comp

Cape Byron Medical Centre v Byron Bay Trophies – Kijay v C Littlewood, M Virtue v P Hill, J Nicolson v C Johnston, T Grosse v N Moon

Occupational Health & Rehab Services v Brunswick Heads Pharmacy – R King v B Trivett, P Vanhorff v C Booth, W Knight v R Hughes, F King v B Doran

Inky Business v Ocean Shores Glass – T Kropp v T Kable, W Ferrier v A Lio, J Gribble v R Camereon, C Naughton v R James

The Potato Works v Coastal Voice & Data – G Davis v C Ashworth, C Walsh v S Moon, A Cox v S Schubert, N Dunn v P Frazier

Monday 26/11/12

Round 13 – Byron Health Foods Comp

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

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

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

Division 4 – 5pm C Johnston v P Chaffer; 5.30pm N Moon v G Carter. F King bye

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

Wednesday 28/11/12

Round 14 – Perry Homes Comp

Cape Byron Medical Centre v Brunswick Heads Pharmacy – Kijay v B Trivett, M Virtue v C Booth, J Nicolson v R Hughes, T Grosse v B Doran

Occupational Health & Rehab Services v Byron Bay Trophies – R King v C Littlewood, P Vanhorff v P Hill, W Knight v C Johnston, F King v N Moon

Inky Business v Coastal Voice & Data – T Kropp v C Ashworth, W Ferrier v S Moon, J Gribble v S Schubert, C Naughton v P Frazier

The Potato Works v Ocean Shores Glass – G Davis v T Kable, C Walsh v A Li, A Cox v R Cameron, N Dunn v R James

Phone 6685 1794 to play.

VOLLEYBALL

Brunswick Heads 

Tuesday 20/11/12

Round 9 – J V Towing Comp

6pm Wilson v Redbacks, Mangoes v Flash. Duty – Packers

7pm Bad v Packers, Kriss Kross v Eagles, Be Cool v Billigoats. Spikers bye. Duty – Redbacks

Thursday 22/11/12

Round 11 – Ocean Shores True Value Hardware Comp

6pm Divas v Cheetas, Bop v Grogmonsters, Fireflys v Spiked Punch. Duty – Chilli Twist

7pm Volleys v Exodia, Flukes v Chilli Twist, Easybeats v Wam, Misfits v Dashes. Duty – Fireflys & Cheetas

Tuesday 27/11/12

Round 10 – J V Towing Comp

6pm Bad v Redbacks, Mangoes v Kriss Kross. Duty – Spikers

7pm Flash v Billigoats, Be Cool v Spikers. Eagles Bye. Duty – Bad

Phone 6685 1794 to play. Beginners welcome.

 

 


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