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RESULTS

 

BOWLS

Brunswick Heads Men 

Week Ending 05.05.13 – Cock of the Walk: G Rendell d W Evans. Wednesday Triples: Winners: J Boyle, J Boyle, C Woods. 2nd: E Boyter, W Evans, R Carbines. 3rd: F Marks, M Guest, B O’Donnell.

Brunswick Heads Women

Tuesday 1 May Open Pairs: Round 2. Jenny Lofts & Darilyn Guest 18 d Beryl Boorman & Marian Parsons 14. Open 4s Final: Edith Beddoes, Kay Soccio, Lorraine McCormick & Beverley Rose 27 d Liz Beale, Annie Revie, Beverly Smith & Lyn Proudlock 9. Social Bowls: Zina Wagner, Margaret Darby & Irene Edwards 23 d Rosa Kinnear, Denise Batson & Dawn Hay 13. Di Lobb & Judy Wright 26 d Julie Sanderson & Sadie Iversen 14. Winners: Rink 6. E Beddoes, K Socciio, L McCormick & B Rose. Lucky Losers: Rink 5. B Boorman & M Parsons. Raffle won by Julie Sanderson.

Byron Bay Men

No 2 Pennant side played Pottsville at home on Saturday and were beaten 52–61 and our No 6 Pennant side visited Ocean Shores and had a close game losing 57–60. Must be due for a win.

Tuesdays social bowls winner this week is Bob Lewis.

Thursday’s self-selected pairs winners are Basil Greg Daniels with runners-up Barry Lamont and Dennis McCreadie. Meat tray was won by Ray Henderson and the jackpot was not won and stands at $50.

Saturday social winners were Pauline Brinning, Jenny Meinel and Judith Wright.

*** Next week No 2s play Condong at Condong and No 6s play Mullumbimby at Home.

Kingscliff Men

Pennants News: Last Saturday saw four sides score wins and two sides have losses. Division 1 suffered a 2–4 loss to Ocean Shores while Division 2 had a 1–5 loss to Condong. In the winners circle were Division 4 with a 5–1 win over Cudgen, Division 5 with a 4–2 win over Condong, Division 6 with a 5–1 win over Cabarita and Division 7 with a 5.5–0.5 win over Condong. These results will see all divisions remain in contention for the top spot with two rounds remaining. Division 1 is on 16 points, Division 2 is on 16 points, Division 4 is on 16 points, Division 5 is on 10 points, Division 6 is on 15.5 points and Division 7 is on 19.5 points. The next round will see Division 1 play Condong at Condong, Division 2 play Pottsville at Pottsville, Division 4 play Condong at Kingscliff, Division 5 play Brunswick Heads at Kingscliff, Division 6 play Condong at Condong and Division 7 play Cabarita at Cabarita. Good luck to all teams. The washed-out Round 2 will be played on 18 May.

Club Championship News: Please check the board for the Open Fours draw. Nominations are still open for the Club Triples.

District News: In the District Open Singles, played on Sunday 5 May at Kingscliff, Michael Turner, Russell McLeay and Ian Taylor scored wins. In the Senior Singles played at Brunswick Heads Brian Turner, Vic Lewis, John Felton and Kevin Liddington had wins. The next round will be played on Sunday 19 May.

Social Bowls Results: The Kingscliff Meat Gallery Tuesday Morning Open Pairs 23 April: V & C Gravolin. Runners-up: I Smith, R Morrissey. Plate Winners: P Potter, D Freeman.

Pennants News: It was a mixed bag in the results last Saturday 27 April. In a very tight match, which had the spectators making as much noise as a football crowd, Division 1 took the points 5–1 against Cabarita. Division 2 had a convincing win over Byron Bay to score a 6–0 win. Division 4 had a 3-shot loss to Cabarita to go down 2–4. In Division 5 Pottsville proved too strong and beat Kingscliff 5–1. Division 6 was also very tight with Cudgen winning by one shot to score a 4½–1½ over Kingscliff. Division 7 picked up a 5–1 win over Ocean Shores. With three games to go all divisions are still in with a show. Division 1 are on 14 points, Division 2 are on 15 points, Division 4 are on 12 points, Division 5 are on 6 points, Division 6 are on 9.5 points and Division 7 are on 14 points. The next round will see Division 1 play Ocean Shores at Ocean Shores, Division 2 play Condong at Condong, Division 4 play Cudgen at Kingscliff, Division 5 play Condong at Condong, Division 6 play Cabarita at Cabarita and Division 7 play Condong at Kingscliff. Good luck to all teams.

Club Championship News: Smokey Dawson and Ian Taylor proved too strong for Ross Julius and Brian Turner in the Club Pairs Final last Sunday morning winning by 23–13. In what was a see-sawing game Smokey and Tails were a little more consistent with their draw bowls requiring Ross and Brian to play into the head more often than they would have liked. Congratulations to all four bowlers on a great game. Please check the board for the Open Fours draw. Nominations are still open for the Club Triples.

Social Bowls Results: The Kingscliff Meat Gallery Tuesday Morning Open Pairs 23 April: Winners: J Ritchie, M Richards. Runners-up: D James, I Taylor. Plate Winners: P Craven, R Erikson. Thursday Triples 25 April: Winners: R Payne, R Dark, G Barrack; J Ritchie, I Turnbull, G Barron. Plate Winners: N Gleeson, S Kemp, A Reid.

Kingscliff Ladies

Social Play, Wednesday April 24: Winners: D Abraham, V Abery, R Fuller.

Open Pairs played Wednesday, April 24: R Fuller / B Jack d J Hansen / A McNamara.

Open Singles played May 1: B Jack d R Fuller: S Akers d I Azzopardi.

Final Open Singles played May 3: Sandra Akers d Brenda Jack after a very close-fought game with excellent bowls despite poor weather conditions.

*** Monthly General Meeting Wednesday, May 15 at 10am.

Mullumbimby Ex-Services Men

27/4/13 Saturday District Pennants

The Fighting Sixes, playing at home, went down on the last end 4–2 to Ocean Shores whilst the Fours found Burringbar, on their own green, too strong losing 6–0

1/5/13 Wednesday Social

A beautiful autumn day was greatly enjoyed by all players.

M Burke J McKay 17 (c/w Mullumbimby Brake and Exhaust rink) d S McGroyne (GK) L Henry 15

M Nicholls J Canabou 22 d B Rose H McKenna 17

G Naoum B Neate J Mills (Visitor Qld) 31 d J Bathie D Ottery A Bartlett 11

*** Don’t forget you can have a Twilight game on Fridays. Games to start at 6pm leaving time for a dinner in the restaurant afterwards should you wish.

Mullumbimby Ex-Services Women

30.4.2013. Triples Club Championships: I Pettendy, J Beaumont, J Towner d S Thomas, R Wrigley, H Robb. Final: S Brown, J Kidman, G Henry v I Pettendy, J Beaumont, J Towner to be played 28 May. Social : E Walker, B Reglin (W Lucky card) d R Mills, J Lee. R Wainwright, B Croft d S Brown, J Kidman

Raffle: R Mills. Gala Day 13 May 2 Games of 13 ends before lunch. Sponsors – Southern Cross Credit Union & Devines Meats.
*** Summerland Independent Sports Shop in attendance. General Meeting 14 May 10.30am, all members welcome, spinners please. District Pairs Championships 20th May two games 18 Ends.

 Ocean Shores Men

Monday, April 29 Men’s Triples first R Tonkin, M Haines, P Hain second S Warren, K McMorrow, B Gibson third R Linabury, I Wingad, L Hoffman.

Saturday, May 4 Pennant Results Div one won 4–2 Div three lost 0–6 Div four won 6–0 Div six won 5–1 Div seven won 4–2

*** Coming Event Sunday, May 19 sandcrabs social bowls 8.30am, breakfast supplied, all welcome.

Ocean Shores Women

Wed 1 May: Secret Score winners (right on the No) were B Paine, d Moor who d J Busch, J O’Connor; only three away were J Seamer, M James who d L Wright, G Johnston. Triples game was a draw between S Woolford, d Grant, W Sprengel and E Miller, M Franks, M Bertoli.

FRI 3: Thank you to the 22 teams who attended the Seahorse Triples which consisted of 3 x 11 ends. Pottsville showed their dominance by winning Overall 2nd and 3rd. The teams were T Pollard, G Moore, M Comerford and P Field, J Appleton, J Richards. But the best overall winners were a team from Brunswick Heads consisting of J Lofts, L McCormick, d Guest. 1st Round winners W Butler, B Lane, A McNamara (Kingscliff); 2nd Round P Sullivan, J Williams, G Johnston (Ocean Shores); 3rd Round M Jackson, W Fielding, C Withers (Pottsville).

 

GOLF

Mullumbimby

Date: 04/05/13 Monthly Medal – Stroke

A Grade – Winner: Peter Schweitzer Score: 68 *Overall Winner* Runner-up: Terry Donnelly Score: 68

B Grade – Winner: Mark Hartley Score: 69 Runner-up: Jarrod Hartley Score: 70 C/B

C Grade – Winner: Malcolm Beaumont Score: 71 C/B Runner-up: Craig Watson Score: 71

Nearest the Pins – 5th: NA, 7th: NA, 9th: NA, 12th: NA, 17th: NA

Ball Run Down: 72 C/B

Gundies Mug: Peter Schweitzer

Ladies Comp 02/05/13 Single Monthly Medal

Winner Div 1: N Mann Score: 69

Winner Div 2: L Walker Score: 77

Vets:

Winner Div 1: N Mann

Winner Div 2: M Essery

Nearest the Pins – 5th: NA, 7th: N Carsburg, 9th: NA, 12th: L Kee, 17th: L Walker

Pro Pin: G Mackay

Putts: L Walker 27

Ocean Shores Ladies

Tuesday 30/4/13. 27 hole foursomes

Sponsored by Bridglands Pty Ltd Better Living.

Gross Winners: K King & S Priester 136 (play off).

R/up: K Howard & M Pratt 136. 3rd gross: R Moller & C Martin 136. 4th gross: B Wingad & P Keenan 138pts c/b

Nett Winners: J Maddock & S Tarrant 111pts. R/up: A Slater & L McGowran 112 3/4pts.

3rd nett: P Kranz & V Loomes 113 1/4pts c/b.

4th nett: V Marsh & H Perry 113 1/4. Vouchers to 121pts nett.

Thursday 2/5/13. Stableford

Winner: S Cullen 36pts R/up J Maddock 34pts.

Credits to 27pts

Saturday 4/5/13 Stableford.

Winner: K Snook 34pts. R/up M Broughton 32pts. c/b. NTP J Maddock.

Credits to 26pts.

Ocean Shores Men

Monday April 29 Stableford first T Byron 40 second B Roe 40 c/b third L Woods 39 NTP 3rd I Fisher 17th A Kay

Wednesday May 1 Stableford first B Morhaus 41 second A Stewart 40 third E Weir 38 c/b 4BBB winners C Loomes, D Ensor 49 c/b runners up M James, Grant O’Donnell 49 NTP 3rd B Stewart 6th B Connors 8th J Sparke 12th I Miller 15th S Ryan 17th B Oliss

Friday May 3 Nine and Dine first E Pittendrigh 18

Saturday May 4 Div one first B Payne 43 second D Harman 39 third P Bell 38 Div two first G Cowan 46 second B Blows 40 third A Raptis 39 NTP 3rd I Miller 6th C Conlow 8th T O’Donnell 12th T Sandison 15th S Downes 17th I Miller Hole in One.

 

HOCKEY

Mullumbimby

D2 played the Burringbar Qaratahs side. After a poor first half which resulted in the Mullum side being down 3–1 at halftime the Mudcrabs rallied and played some great hockey to play out a 3-all draw. Man of the match Adam Gadowski scored 2 while his brother Dean scored the equaliser. Brendon Arthur in his debut as goal keeper for D2 was rock solid.

D3 playing against this year’s favourites Kingscliff/Casuarina Pretenders the Mullum men went down 6–0. With some improvement in their positional play the Mullum Mudcrabs side will start to trouble the top teams in the weeks to come.

 

NETBALL

Kinglcliff

Div 1 Kingscliff Avatars WOF against Sharpshooters

Div 1 Kingscliff Novas 37 deated Saints Barracudas

Div 2 Kingscliff Astrals 66 deated SCU 3

Cadet A Kingscliff Shooting Stars 21 lost to Cudgen Diamonds 38

13 years Kingscliff Sunshines 34 deated Saints Jaguars 19

12 a years Kingscliff Meteors 14 lost to Cudgen Chickadees 34

12 b years Kingscliff Eclipses 3 lost to Terranora Toucans 43

11 years Kingscliff Blue Moons 13 deated Terranora Trixters 5

10 years Kingscliff Twinkles 16 deated Kingscliff Purple Hearts 6

10 years Kingscliff Lunas 11 deated Saints Cheeky Monkeys 5

 

SHOOTING

Murwillumbah Rifle Club

Fullbore: 900 yards: S Waddell 100.8, 1, 101.8; A Gray 98.11, 2, 100.11; S Dolan 98.12, 1, 99.12; A Cronk 97.12, 1, 98.12; W Shoobridge 97.9, 1, 98.9; T Matthews 90.5, 5, 95.5.

Scope: J Dight 109.6, 10, 119.6; G Morris 113.4, 5, 118.4; P Gill 105.4, 12, 117.4; M Sforcina 109.4, 5, 114.4.

Smallbore: L Mumford 382, 19, 401; W Sunderland 400, 1, 401; B Cooley 378, 22, 400; G Johnston 393, 4, 397; G MacMahon 391, 4, 395; W Shoobridge 395, 3, 398; F Binding 387, 7, 394.

 

SPORT DRAWS

BASKETBALL

Lismore

Monday 6 May Mini Ball: (Draw for next week will come out later this week)

4.30pm Court 1: Unstopples v Kings

Court 2: Hawks v Tigers

5.15pm Court 1: Warriors v Bulls

Court 2: Celtics v Lakers

Referees

4.30pm: Court 1: Zoe / Maddison Court 2: Kiara / Jacob F

5.15pm: Court 1: Zoe/Maddison Court 2: Kiara / Jacob F

Tuesday 7 May:

Little Stormers and Storm Troopers 4.30pm to 5.45pm (new finish time)

6pm: Social Games

Wednesday 8 May

NB:****ALL TEAMS ARE TO DO DUTY ON THEIR OWN GAME*******

A Grade Competition:

6pm Court 1 Breakers v SCU Women

Court 2 Celtics v Frigid Air

7pm Court 1 Dreaming Team v Flying Dutchmen

Court 2 Oddshots v Black Panthers

8pm Court 1 Casino v Fighting Irish

Court 2 Black Panthers v Boomshakalaka

BYE: NADS (MEN)… da TIGERS (WOMEN)

NB: ALL TEAMS NOW DO DUTY ON THEIR OWN GAME

Referees:

6pm Court 1: Phil/Louise Court 2: Len

7pm Court 1: James/Louise Court 2: Len / Phil

8pm Court 1: James/ Court 2: Len / PhiL

Thursday 8 May

Secondary Competition.

NB: Dont forget to get your team in for the High School Slam Jam Challenge starting at 6.45pm.

Juniors

4.30pm Court 1: Witches v Suns

Court 2: Wizards v Stars

Seniors

5.15pm Court 1: Dribblers v Assisters

Court 2: Slammers v Biztax Bisons

6pm Court 1: Hotshots v Dunkers

Refs

4.30pm Court 1: Teagan / Jacob L Court 2: Caralie / Dylan

5.15pm Court 1: Kiara / Zoe Court 2: Tyler / Dylan

6pm Court 1: Teagan / Caralie

6.45pm TBA High School Slam Jam Challenge

 

SQUASH

Brunswick Heads

Wednesday 8/5/13

Round 2 Cape Byron Medical Centre Comp

Brunswick Heads Pharmacy v Ocean Shores Glass – G Davis v C Littlewood, C Walsh v L Clarke, R Cameron v P Hill, F King v A Cox, P Frazier v P Brady

Occupational Health & Rehab Services v Inky Business – M Virtue v T Kropp, N Moon v W Ferrier, J Gribble v C Booth, A Chaffer v R James, R Walsh v C Naughton

Coastal Voice & Data v The Potato Works – B Trivett v R King, A Li v P Chaffer, W Knight v S Schubert, C Johnston v J Nicolson, T Grosse v B Doran

 

Monday 13/5/13

Round 2 Byron Health Foods Comp

Division 1 – 5pm V Pires v B Trivett, L Tomasella v C Littlewood, G Davis v D Bird; 5.30pm L Powell v T Kropp

Division 2 – 5pm N Moon v S Moon; 5.30pm R King v C Walsh. A Li bye

Division 3 – 5pm R Draper v B Schubert, S Schubert v P Chaffer; 6.30pm J Gribble v A Cox. A Fraser bye

Division 4 – 5pm C Johnston v J Hodges, A Chaffer v G Carter; 7pm T Avedission v C Naughton

Division 5 – 5pm R Walsh v B Doran; 5.30pm J Butler v F King. C McAllister bye

 

Wednesday 15/5/13

Round 3 Perry Homes Comp

Brunswick Heads Pharmacy v Inky Business – G Davis v T Kropp, C Walsh v W Ferrier, R Cameron v C Booth, F King v R James, P Frazier v C Naughton

Occupational Health & Rehab Services v Coastal Voice & Data – M Virtue v B Trivett, N Moon v A Li, J Gribble v W Knight, A Chaffer v C Johnston, R Walsh v T Grosse

Ocean Shores Glass v The Potato Works – C Littlewood v R King, L Clarke v P Chaffer, P Hill v S Schubert, A Cox v J Nicolson, P Brady v B Doran

*** Phone 6685 1794 to play.

 

VOLLEYBALL

Brunswick Heads 

Wednesday 8/5/13

Round 2 Cape Byron Medical Centre Comp

Brunswick Heads Pharmacy v Ocean Shores Glass – G Davis v C Littlewood, C Walsh v L Clarke, R Cameron v P Hill, F King v A Cox, P Frazier v P Brady

Occupational Health & Rehab Services v Inky Business – M Virtue v T Kropp, N Moon v W Ferrier, J Gribble v C Booth, A Chaffer v R James, R Walsh v C Naughton

Coastal Voice & Data v The Potato Works – B Trivett v R King, A Li v P Chaffer, W Knight v S Schubert, C Johnston v J Nicolson, T Grosse v B Doran

 

Monday 13/5/13

Round 2 Byron Health Foods Comp

Division 1 – 5pm V Pires v B Trivett, L Tomasella v C Littlewood, G Davis v D Bird; 5.30pm L Powell v T Kropp

Division 2 – 5pm N Moon v S Moon; 5.30pm R King v C Walsh. A Li bye

Division 3 – 5pm R Draper v B Schubert, S Schubert v P Chaffer; 6.30pm J Gribble v A Cox. A Fraser bye

Division 4 – 5pm C Johnston v J Hodges, A Chaffer v G Carter; 7pm T Avedission v C Naughton

Division 5 – 5pm R Walsh v B Doran; 5.30pm J Butler v F King. C McAllister bye

 

Wednesday 15/5/13

Round 3 Perry Homes Comp

Brunswick Heads Pharmacy v Inky Business – G Davis v T Kropp, C Walsh v W Ferrier, R Cameron v C Booth, F King v R James, P Frazier v C Naughton

Occupational Health & Rehab Services v Coastal Voice & Data – M Virtue v B Trivett, N Moon v A Li, J Gribble v W Knight, A Chaffer v C Johnston, R Walsh v T Grosse

Ocean Shores Glass v The Potato Works – C Littlewood v R King, L Clarke v P Chaffer, P Hill v S Schubert, A Cox v J Nicolson, P Brady v B Doran

*** Phone 6685 1794 to play. Beginners welcome.

 

 

 

 

 


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