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BOWLS

 

Brunswick Heads Women 

*** Bowls will resume at Brunswick Heads Women’s Bowling Club on Tuesday January 15 with a General Meeting being held at 10am, followed by the games to start at 1pm. President Fay extends to all the members her best wishes for the new year and invites all members to attend the meeting. 

Come along and help make this year the biggest one yet.

 

Byron Bay Men 

Results for Tuesday December 18. Winners Dick Aldridge and Paul Bezrouchko, runners-up Judith Wright and Werner Borkhardt.

Thursday’s self-selected pairs results for December 20. Winners Dick Aldridge and Gavin McPhail. Meat tray won by Bev Gawned.

Saturday December 22 winners Therese Hillard and Robert Rays, runners-up Ray Breckenridge and Ray Henderson.

Thursday December 27. Winners Judith Wright and Dick Aldridge, runners up Paul B-z and Paul Clark. Meat tray won by B-z. Jackpot not won and now $380.

Saturday December 29 winners Jenny Meinel and Brian Burton.

 

*** Entry forms for District Fours and Triples plus Club Fours are now on noticeboard.

 

Kingscliff Men

Club Championship News: The 2013 championship program got underway with the first round of the Men’s Open Singles being played last Sunday morning. The success Kingscliff bowlers experienced in 2012 seems to have stirred up the competitive juices as 35 bowlers have nominated to contest this competition. Results of games played last Sunday: I Smith def P McGirr; O Simpson def J Fihelly; K Liddington def J Brinsmead; R McLeay def M Mesic; M Turner def K Taylor; R Watson def R Amour; W Blackwood def B Turner.

 

Social Bowls Results: Thursday January 3: Winners: W Blackwood, J Quinn, S Jamieson; I Turnbull, P Schofield, D Hobbs. Plate Winners: W Davies, R McDonald, J Cromie. Saturday January 5: Winners: K Greenbank, J Mirls, R Maltby; B Harris, R Breen, R Spence. Plate Winners: B Lamb, O Simpson.

 

*** Games called for Sunday Janury 13 Morning: C McFadden v I Smith; B Harris v H Hockey; K Dawson v T Hills; N Gleeson v V Lewis; R Watson v J Hansen; B O’Kane v G Barrack; B Butler v J Felton. Afternoon: D Roughley v R Erickson; R Lewis v H Highfield; C Lane v L Downes; O Simpson v J Akers; I Turnbull v I Taylor 

 

Tweed Valley Shield: This competition commences Monday January 14. The first round will be played at Coolangatta and Kingscliff will play Pottsville. Check the board for teams.

 

District Events: Nominations are being called for the Open, Seniors and Reserves in the Fours and Triples. Nomination sheets are on the board.

 

Pennants: Players interested in playing pennants this year are asked to place their names on the list on the notice board.

 

The regular bowls program has recommenced with the Kingscliff Meat Gallery Open Pairs on Tuesday mornings and Men’s Triples on Thursday and Saturday afternoons. All visitors looking for a game on great greens with great blokes welcome.

 

Mullumbimby Ex-Services Men

January 2 – Wednesday Social

T Riches, T Fenwick def P Rose (QLD visitor) B Rose. B Wark, G Naoum def G Porter, J McKay. After issuing a strong verbal challenge M Johnston, K Ryan, P Mann restricted M Nicholls, D Blake, P McDonald to just a 20 winning margin. B Ball, N Newton, T Johnston def T Henry, J Canabou, L Henry.

 

Ocean Shores Women

*** Mixed bowls will re-commence on Wed. 16th January at 1 pm. 

There will be a Quarterly meeting for the ladies on Friday 18 January commencing at 8.30am followed by social bowls. Looking forward to a good roll-up and a good year of bowling ahead.

 

BRIDGE

Ocean Shores

03/01/13: 4 Table Howell: 1st gross: P Hems/C Wellings; 2nd gross: G Carson/C Blacker; Eq 3rd: P Sullivan/T Ellis; F Star/P Sultas.

*** We meet at Ocean Shores Country Club every Wed evening.Seated by 6.15pm.

Contact Pam 6680 3871.

 

CRICKET

Ballina District Junior Cricket Association’s Under-13 Carnival 

Results Day 2, Tuesday January 8, 2013.

Pool A

Parramatta 5/102 def Brisbane North 11/108

Hawkesbury 6/143 def Ballina 10/142

Pool B

Toowoomba 7/211 def Metro South West 11/114

Central Coast 8/187 def Lismore 11/104

Pool C

Hornsby 1/139 lost Newcastle 7/200

Canterbury/Wests 5/166 def Tamworth 4/163

Pool D

Hunter Valley 11/88 lost to Manly 3/91

Bayside East Redlands 11/83 lost to Mid North Coast 10/93

 

GOLF

Mullumbimby Men

Date: 19/12/12 Single Stableford

Winner: Colin Ridgewell Score: 39

Runner-up: Alex Briggs Score: 37 C/B

Nearest the Pins

5th: S Bender 218cm

7th: NA

9th: W Gregg 420cm

12th: M Mohler 232cm

17th: NA

Ball rundown: 34 C/B

 

Date: 22/12/12 4BBB + Single Stableford

Winner: Graham Shelley & Oren Tabakof Score: 49 C/B

Runner-up: Mark Paron & David Reading Score: 49

Single Winner: Graham Shelley Score: 42

Nearest the Pins

5th: P Schweitzer 110cm

7th: NA

9th: K Gannon 210cm

12th: N Emmanoilids 70cm

17th: J Butturini 400cm

Ball rundown: 44 C/B

Gundies Mug: S Pontin

 

Date: 29/12/12 Single Stableford

Winner: Ken Gannon Score: 38 C/B

Runner-up: Mark Hartley Score: 38 C/B

Nearest the Pins

5th: I Reading 115cm

7th: NA

9th: O Tabakof 1220cm

12th: P Schweitzer 90cm

17th: K Myers 694cm

Ball rundown: 32 C/B

Gundies Mug: K Myers

 

Date: 02/01/13 Single Stableford

Winner: David Asplin Score: 40

Runner-up: Taylor Deegan Score: 38 C/B

3rd: Brett Evans Score 38 C/B

4th: Graham Shelley Score: 38

5th: Mick Trivett Score: 37

Nearest the Pins

5th: B Evans 30cm

7th: D Asplin 235cm

9th: NA

12th: V Atkins 205cm

17th: M Trivett 365cm

Ball rundown: 44 C/B

 

Ocean Shores 

Sunday Mixed Golf January 6. 2 Person Ambrose. 52 players. Winners: Deborah Morgan/Mark Lewry 66 nett. Runners-up; Lyn Harcourt/Jim Hounslow 67 nett. Ball rundown to 71.5 nett. NTP’s 5th hole Cherie/Cliff Chidlow. 10th hole Marilyn Mandigo/Ken Lange.

Next game Sunday January 20, 2 Stroke Canadian Foursomes

 

Ocean Shores Ladies

Tuesday December 18, 2012. Stableford. Div 1 Winner A Slater 38 pts Runner-up B Allan 36 pts.

Div 2 Winner J Baxter 37 pts. Runner-up J Isaacs 36 pts c/b NTP Div 1 K Howard Div 2 D Devir

Vouchers to 29 pts.

Saturday December 22, 2012 Stableford. Winner D Haywood 35 pts. NTP P Keenan

Vouchers to 33 pts.

Thursday December 27, 2012. Stableford. Winner S Brady 35 pts. Vouchers to 29 pts.

Saturday December 29, 2012. Stableford. B Wingad 35 pts c/b Runner-up J Gray 35 pts c/b

NTP S Lawrance. Vouchers to 32 pts.

Thursday 3 Jan 2013. Stableford winner C Stewart 36 points. Runner-up J Brown 34 pts. Vouchers to 32 points.

Saturday 5 Jan. 2013. Stroke winner A Slater 70 net. Runner-up V Marsh 74 net. Vouchers to 79. NTP K King.

 

SHOOTING

Murwillumbah Rifle Club

December 22 – Fullbore: 700 yards: S Dolan 98.7, 2, 100.7; J Macgregor-Skinner 89.6, 11, 100.6;

D Phippard 98.12, 1, 99.12.

Scope: R Millingen 111.2, 11, 122.2; P Weeks 111.3, 10, 121.3; M Sforcina 114.4, 5, 119.4; D McNamara 106.4, 9, 115.4.

Smallbore: P Weeks 398, 2, 400; S Dolan 394, 5, 399; W Shoobridge 394, 5, 399; G Johnston 394, 5, 399.

December 30 – Fullbore: 800 yards: C Affleck 94.8, 10, 104.8; A Cronk 100.13, 1, 101.13; S Dolan 100.9, 1, 101.9; D Phippard 99.8, 1, 100.8.

Scope: Rama 113.2, 9, 122.2; R Millingen 111.5, 9, 120.5; W Sunderland 112.5, 8, 120.5.

Smallbore: P Turner 395, 6, 401; W Sunderland 395, 2, 397; A Turner 388, 9, 397

January 5 – Fullbore: 900 yards: A Cronk 100.13, 0, 100.13; Phippard 100.10, 0, 100.10;D Chittick 99.8, 1, 100.8; W Shoobridge 98.7, 2, 100.7; S Dolan 95.8, 2, 97.8.

Scope: G Morris 120.10, 4, 124.10; P Gill 108, 11, 119; P Weeks 108.3, 10, 118.3;

D McNamara 109.5, 8, 117.5; S Routledge 112.2, 5, 117.2; R Millingen 104.5, 11, 115.5; Rama 105.2, 10, 115.2.

Smallbore: D Phippard 388, 16, 404; G Kendall 382, 20, 402; W Sunderland 399, 0, 399; G Johnston 392, 7, 399; S Dolan 393, 5, 398; A Cronk 395, 3, 398; G Morris 389, 7, 396.

 

TABLE TENNIS

Mullumbimby

There was a tie for first place in the singles handicap round-robin competition between Mark Smith and Fred Newman and Wilfred Arran (+7) was third. The rundown of the other players were Heath Lines (+6), Chris Strybos, Raini Kahn (+5), Max Schlutter and Junior Britton. There was only time for one game for the doubles final and it was a thriller! Mark Smith & Raini Kahn won 13–11 from Fred Newman & Wilfred Arran.

 

*** We will be closed through this festive season and will re-start on 10 of January. All are welcome to come and play at the Mullumbimby Tennis Clubhouse, Byron Street, Mullumbimby, Thursday 6.30pm start. Also, build on your skills with our new table tennis robot. Enquiries phone Mark 0409 473 517 or Chris 6684 1468.



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