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Brunswick Heads Men 

Week Ending 19.05.13 – Cock of the Walk:  G Rendell def P Brassington.  Wednesday Mens Triples:  Winners:  V Rydman, D Proudlock, D Croft.  2nd:  J Maguire, K Roberts, L Campbell.  3rd:  M Masula, J Boyle, J Boyle.  The club singles championships will be played on Saturday the 25th May starting at 1pm.  Everybody is welcome to attend and support the players.  The over sixty’s district singles quarter finals were played, the semi-finals will be played on Sunday the 26th May at 9am and the finals at 1pm.

Brunswick Heads Women

Tuesday  May 14.  The Northern River’s District Women’s Bowling Association Past Presidents enjoyed an afternoon of bowls with our members.  Winners by fan of cards: V. Farrel [lead] M. Darby [ 2nd.] G. Bradford [Skip]. Lucky Losers: by fan of cards – L. Beale [lead], A. Mackay [2nd] D. Hay [skip]. Raffles won by  B. Croft, K. Dexter, A. Revie, B. Boorman, V. Farrell, P. Brining, B. Rose & J. Wright. Championships are progressing well, so keep checking the board for your next game. Club fees are due 31st May 2013 and remain the same as last year.

Byron Bay Men

Saturday social results were a win to Ray Henderson and Bob Macaulay.

Thursdays self selected pairs winners this week are Werner Borkhardt and Syl Reid with runners up Reg Condie and Paul B-z. Meat tray won by Syl Reid and the jackpot not won and is now $70.

*** The Pennant season has finished for this year and with the loss of some of our better players last year we struggled a bit but on the plus side we have some new members who have strengthened our teams and we will do better next year.

The nominations sheets for the Club Singles and Pairs Championships are now on the notice board.

The men’s Club Triples semi finals will be played this Saturday 25th May at 1pm.

Kingscliff Men

Pennants News: May 12 – Despite the rain  all divisions completed games. Division 1 defeated Condong 5 – 1. Division 2 went down to Pottsville 1 – 5. Division 4 defeated Condong 6 – 0. Division 5 defeated Brunswick Heads 5 – 1, Division 6 had a 1 – 5 loss to Condong. Division 7 lost 1 – 5 against Cabarita. Next Saturday 18th May will see the washed out Round 2 being played and four divisions, 1, 2, 5 and 6, will play at home. Division 1 play Ocean Shores, Division 2 plays Condong, Division 5 plays Condong and Division 6 plays Cabarita. Division 4 plays Cudgen at Cudgen and Division 7 plays Cabarita at Cabarita. With one round to play all divisions have a chance of winning. Division 1 on 21 points has a 3.5 point lead. Division 2 on 17.5 points is only 4.5 points behind leaders Condong whom they play on Saturday. Division 4 on 23 points has a 7.5 lead but Cabarita and Condong have two games to play. Division 5 is on 15 points but are only one point arrears of leaders Condong and Pottsville. Division 6 has slipped to third but is only one point behind leaders Cudgen. Division 7 has 20.5 points and leads their division by 1.5 points. Good luck to all bowlers in what is obviously a huge round for all divisions.

Saturday 18th May saw the end of the sectional rounds. Division 1 scored a 5 – 1 win over Ocean Shores to finish in first place with 25 points. A 5 – 1 win by Division 2 over Condong wasn’t quite enough as they finished third only 0.5 points behind Condong and Pottsville. Division 4 had a 5 – 1 win over Cudgen to finish in first place on 28 points. Division 5 went down 1 – 5 against Condong to finish in 4th place. Division 6 had a 4 – 2 win over Cabarita but finished 0.5 points short of first placed Condong. Division 7 with a 5 – 1 win over Cabarita finished in first place on 25.5 points. Division 4 will now play off against Ocean Shores, the winners of the southern region, on Saturday 25th May. Congratulations to all our pennants’ players on a wonderful effort through the season.

Club Championship News: 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: 7th May: K Banks, T Hills. Runners Up: N Gleeson, D Smith. Plate Winners: J & H Highfield. Thursday 9th May: Winners: M Ryan, L Murphey, F McNamara; J O’Malley, P Jones, D Whittington; J Wetterkamp, V Lewis, P Murphy. Plate Winners: K Greenbank, P McKirdy, R Maltby,

District News: In The District Open Singles played on Sunday 19th May Ian Turnbull, Ian Taylor, Mike Richards and Michael Turner all had wins in the morning. Ian Taylor and Michael Turner then followed up with wins in the afternoon to progress to the Semi-finals to be played on Sunday 26th May. Ian will play M Azzopardi and Michael will play T Makin. The Final will be played in the afternoon.  In the Senior Singles played at Brunswick Heads, Brian Turner, Vic Lewis, Kevin Liddington and Bob Watson all had wins in the morning. Unfortunately they then had to meet each other in the Quarter-finals in the afternoon with Vic proving too strong for Brian and Kevin being too strong for Bob. Vic and Kevin will now play in the Semi-finals on Sunday 26th with Vic playing R Tonkin. Unfortunately the name of Kevin’s opponent wasn’t available.

*** Upcoming events: Thursday 13th June – Kingscliff Men’s Charity Day. Monday 17th June – Kingscliff Men’s Over 55s Two Bowl Triples. Saturday 22nd June – Kingscliff Men’s President’s and Patron’s Day. Saturday 29th June – Kingscliff Men’s Pennants Breakup.

Mullumbimby Ex-Services Men

05 May Friday Twilight Bowls

M Burke 17 def M Nicholls 9 (obviously Swinging Lead Judy assisted Burkey but not Nicho), Rose Wainwright, Laura East 14 rolled Al East, Jo Cassel 10.  Friday Social Twilight bowls welcomes all to try, bowls available for use, 6pm start.

11 May Saturday Pennants Final Round

Sixes travelled to the Bay coming home 5 ½ – ½ winners.  Because of the rain at home the Fours travelled to Pottsville also coming home winners 5 – 1.

12 May Mothers Day Challenge

Karen, Lucas, Katrina 21 def Chris, Kim, Dennis 12.  Dick, Joe, Bev drew with Kev, Michelle, Phill (Snr).  Judy, Sam 23 def Michael, Mike 16.  Rose, Shirley, John 18 def Blossom, Phil (jnr) Garry 15.  It was yet again displayed that mothers have many talents and skills.

15 May Wednesday 2 x11 Ends Social

B Rose, D Blake, P McDonald took the honours and RSL Prize with 25 points followed by M Nicholls, B Neate, A Bartlett 22, M Burke, J Canabou, H McKenna 19, S Purdie, K Wrigley, J McKay 13, B Ball, G Naoum, L Henry 9 and N Newton, M Johnston, T Johnston 7.

Mullumbimby Ex-Services Women

13 May Gala Day

Wonderful day with 88 happy and fun-going bowlers on the Green, lovely lunch supplied by Chef Brendan, Sponsors – Southern Cross Credit Union Ltd, Devines Quality Meats.  Overall winners, Lyn McGowran and team (Ocean Shores), Runner-ups Mary Chisholm and team (Congdong), 3rd Prize Coral Withers and team (Pottsville), 1st round winners, Joy Lake and team (Cabarita), 2nd round winners Bev Rose and team (Brunswick Heads), Lucky Rink Joan Towner and team (Mullumbimby).

12 May Social

J Lee, H Robb (W Ends) def S Brown, G Henry.  S Thomas, J Beaumont def R Wainwright, B Reglin.  Raffle S Thomas. 

Final Triples Championships on 28 May.  List for Major and Minor Singles Championships on the board.  Annual Members fees are now due.

Ocean Shores Men

Monday, May 13 Men’s Triples  first R Linabury, B Fahy, K Roberts.  second K Hosie, A Montgomery, R Roberts.

Saturday, May 18 Pennant Results Div. one lost 5-1 Div. three won 4 1/2 -1 1/2  Div. four won 5 1/2 -1/2 Div. six won 5-1 Div. seven lost 5-1

Div. four and Div. six play Kingscliff next Saturday for the District Pennant.

Coming Events  Sunday June 2 Rock and Roll Bowls. 1pm start. All welcome.

Ocean Shores Women

Wednesday 15th: Two teams had the Secret Margin number but K. Gallard and M. Bertoli won on a countback defeating D. Gardiner, G. Johnston;   G. Fox, M. Flesser def J. O’Connor, L. Wright;  S. Woolford, J. Seamer, D. Moor def E. Miller, M. Franks, J. Williams.
FRI. 17th:  Lucky rink winners were J. Busch, M. Hosie who def B. Stone, C. Timewell;  A. Slater, JM Quirke def K. Gallard, J. Williams;  T. Campbell (swinger), J. Seamer, B. Sprengel def T. Campbell, R. Wrigley, N. Gartner.   1st Round Consistency was a close game between M. Bertoli and F. Crowder, the latter being the winner.


Brunswick Heads

13/05/2013  7 1/2 table Mitchell Rover. 

N/S: 1st gross – Phyllis Keyte/Ian Homfray, 2nd gross – Mary Solway/Martin Nicholson. E/W: 1st gross – June Selleck/Barbara Simons, 2nd gross – Doreen Grant/Barbara Stephens.

18/05/2013 9 table Mitchell with Rover.  1st gross – Freda Star/Patricia Hems;  2nd – gross Mary Solway/Evelyn Hollick
E/W:  1st gross – June Gibson/Bradley Hurst, 2nd gross – Alain/Gerry Withey.
*** 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 (02 6684 1103)


Mullumbimby Men

Date: 15/05/13 Single Stableford

Winner: Michael George Score: 38 C/B
Runner Up: Thomas Boyd Score: 38
Nearest the Pins
5th: I Bennet 270cm
7th: NA
9th: R Dann 250cm
12th: J Morgan 174cm
17th: NA
Ball Run Down: 35 C/B

Date: 18/05/13 Single Stroke

Winner: Damian Parsons Score: 68 C/B
Runner Up: Wayne K Rogers Score: 68
Nearest the Pins
5th: B Lawler 244cm
7th: NA
9th: D Baird-Watson 280cm
12th: K Myers 616m
17th: K Myers 16cm
Ball Run Down: 73 C/B
Gundies Mug: Gavin Huish Score: 69
Mullumbimby Ladies       
Date: 09/05/13 Single Stableford
Sponsored by: Craig Watson
Winner Div I: Faye Gannell Score: 35
Winner Div II: Ainslie Moser Score: 27
Runner Up Div I: Nerida Carsburg Score: 33
Runner Up Div II: Jan Beer Score: 26 C/B
Nearest the Pins
5th: Faye Gannell
7th: Nerida Carsburg
9th: NA
12th: Seiko Kosaka
17th: Jan Beer
Pro Pin: Faye Gannell
Ball Run Down: 28 C/B

Ocean Shores Ladies

Tuesday 7/5/13 Stableford
2nd Rd Presidents Trophy, Final Judy Mitchell Memorial Cup.
Div 1 Winner B Wingad 36pts. R/up R Rogers 34pts. NTP K Howard
Div 2 Winner P Kranz 41pts. R/up L Dahl 38pts. NTP S Tarrant
Div 2 Winner L Moir 39pts. R/up S Cullen 38pts. NTP L Moir
Vouchers to 26points.
Thursday 9/5/13 Stableford.
Winner I Lasser 38pts. R/up J Andrews 32pts. NTP J Selleck.
Vouchers to 28pts.
Tuesday 14/5/13 Stableford
Winner R Rogers 35pts. R/up P Price 29pts. NTP P Keenan.
Vouchers to 23pts.

Ocean Shores Men

Monday May 13 Stableford first J Willey 38 second R Barnaby 37 third J Hulyer 36 NTP 3rd W Keating 17th I Smith

Wednesday May 15 Par Div. one first G Player +5 second B Morhaus +3 c/b third D Parks +3 c/b Div. two first J Govett +5 second N Adcock +4 third M James +3 c/b NTP 3rd M Barnes 6th G Player 8th R Hanks 12th J Hollingworth 15th A Shambler 17th P Sobels

Friday May 17 Nine and Dine first P McQueen 23 second L Browning 22

Saturday May 18 Sunday May 19 2013 Ocean Shores Cup Overall Winners J Haywood, R Chaplin. Second W Kitchen, G Balharry. Third L Browning, L Browning. Fourth B Pruul, S Siamoa.


Murwillumbah Rifle Club

Fullbore: 500 yards: W Shoobridge 98.4, 3, 101.4; D Phippard 96.8, 1, 97.8.8.

Scope: Rama 106.3, 10, 116.3; P Haywood 98.1, 18, 116.1; P Weeks 108.3, 7, 115.3; P Gill 101.1, 13, 114.3; G Morris 103.3, 9, 112.3.

Smallbore: G MacMahon 399, 1, 400; W Sunderland 398, 1, 399; P Weeks 396, 3, 399; G Johnston 396, 3, 399; F Binding 392, 5, 397; M Styles 382, 15, 397;

B Harvey 384, 12, 396; B Rooney 368, 27, 395; H Harvey 370, 22, 392; J Wickert 367, 26, 393; B Cooley 355, 30, 385; A Harvey 339, 36, 375.




Wednesday 22nd May

A Grade Men and Women Competition

6:00pm Court 1 SCU Women Vs da Oddshots :Court 2 Boomshakalaka Vs Casino:7pm Court 1 Frigid Air Vs Dreaming Team: Court 2 Black Panther (W) Vs da Tigers: 8pm Court 1 Black Panther (M) Vs NADS Court 2 Fighting Irish Vs Celtic Team  Bye: Women Breakers: Bye Men: Flying Dutchmen:

Duty: All Teams do duty on their own games

Referees: 6pm Court 1:Phil/Louise Court 2: Len/James:7pm Court1 Katie/Phil: Court 2 Louise/Elissa: 8pm Court 1: Katie/James Court 2: Phil/Elissa

Thursday 23rd May

Secondary Competition

Junior Competition 4:30pm Court 1 Stars Vs Planets: Court 2 Wizards Vs Witches 5:15pm Court 1 Suns Vs Moons

Senior competition 5:15pm Court 2  Biztax Bisons Vs Dribblers:6:00pm Court 1 Assisters Vs Hotshots Court 2 Dunkers Vs Slammers

Referees: 4:30pm Court 1: Teagan/Katie Court 2: Caralie/Kiara 5:15pm Court 1: Katie/Caralie Court 2: Teagan/Tyler 6:00pm Court 1:Kiara/Zoe Court 2 Madison/Tyler

Monday 27th May

Mini Ball 4:30pm Court 1 Tigers Vs Unstoppables  Court 2:Hawks Vs Kings5:15pm Court 1 Bulls Vs Lakers  Court 2: Warriors Vs Celtics

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


Suns Witches Wizards Stars Moons Planets
Kiara Richardson Chance Hamissi Cadel Early Tim Anderson Zoe Richardson Duanne Willemsen
Ashleigh McGuiness Ana Misimisi Emelia Cresswell Gullly Anderson Jordan Hammond Zac Hall
Wade Whitney Tyler Moss Tanesha Van Netten Daniel West Madison Pethers Jack Cottee
Jed McKinlay Alex Josiah Jase Cleaver Ella Viet Prince Zac Boardman
Maggie Cottee Christina Chan Brian Travis Jones- McGrath Sam Richardson Jayden Gooley
Zoe Hurley Yuril Jack RH Ollie Cox Bianca McGuiness Liam Armstrong
Jaden Romilio Kyle McKay


Assisters Dunkers Dribblers Hotshots Slammers Biztax Bisons
Teagan McWhirter Katie Bugden Brodie Reidy Dylan Moss Caralie Wilson Josh Hamlyn – Edwards
Jacob Leu Ben Wilton Alex Klassen Caleb Waterman Caitlin Hammond Adam Cocciola
Theo Jollife Lochie Keyte McKenzie Egan Kyai Tosomeen Jack Marks Ben Fitzpatrick
Mitchell Roberts Kelsey Buss Schi Trenter John Turner Alex Kinsher Darren Gough
James Cameron Hezikah Roberts Reuben Seymour Jack Watson Isacc Jones McGrath Tom Eckert
Mikaela Pienacki Kailyn Morris Chloe Jeffrey Jalon Hadley Paolo Galea Ben Morgan
Dakota Spargo Kaden Ford Katie Tickle Regan Brack


Brunswick Heads

Wednesday 22/5/13
Round 4 – Cape Byron Medical Centre
Brunswick Heads Pharmacy v The Potato Works – C Walsh v R King, N Moon v S Schubert, W Knight v J Nicolson, P Frazier v B Doran
Occupational Health & Rehab Services v Ocean Shores Glass – M Virtue v L Clarke, J Gribble v P Hill, A Chaffer v A COX, R Walsh v F King
Coastal Voice & Data v Inky Business – A Li v W Ferrier, P Chaffer v C Booth, C Johnston v R Cameron, R James v C Naughton
Division 1 – B Trivett v C Littlewood, T Kropp v G Davis

Monday 27/5/13
Round 4 – Byron Health Foods Comp
Division 1 – 5pm D Bird v B Trivett, T Kropp v C Littlewood, G Davis v V Pires; 5.30pm L Powell v L Tomasella
Division 2 – 5pm N Moon v C Walsh; 5.30pm R King v L Clarke, A Li v S Moon
Division 3 – 5pm R Draper v J Gribble, A Frazer v  P Chaffer; 6.30pm B Schubert v A Cox. S Schubert
Division 4 – 5pm A Chaffer v J Hodges; 5.30pm C Naughton v G Carter; 7pm T Avedission v C Johnston
Division 5 – 5pm T Grosse v B Doran; 5.30pm F King v R Walsh. C McAllister bye

Wednesday 29/5/13
Round 5 – Cape Byron Medical Centre Comp
Brunswick Heads Pharmacy v Coastal Voice & Data – C Walsh v A Li, N Moon v P Chaffer, W Knight v C Johnston, P Frazier v R James
Occupational Health & Rehab Services v The Potato Works – M Virtue v R King, J Gribble v S chubert, A Chaffer v J Nicolson, R Walsh v B Doran
Ocean Shores Glass v Inky Business – L Clarke v W Ferrier, P Hill v C Booth, A Cox v R Cameron, F King v C Naughton
Division 1 – B Trivett v T Kropp, C Littlewood v G Davis

*** Phone 6685 1794 to play.


Brunswick Heads 

Tuesday 21/5/13
Round 15 – Mullum Power Tools Comp
6pm Ravens v Bad, Wilson v Mangoes. Duty – Packers
7pm Billigoats v Packers, Spikers v Flash. Kriss Kross bye. Duty – Wilson

Thursday 23/5/13
Round 3 – Ocean Shores True Value Hardware
6pm Volleys v Exodia, Divas v Cheetas, Thin Lizzie v Flukes. Duty – Wam
7pm Wam v Spiked Punch, Grogmonsters v Chilli Twist, Dashes v Fireflys. Unbeatables bye. Duty – Cheetas

Tuesday 28/5/13
Finals & Play-offs – Mullum Power Tools Comp
6pm Packers v Flash, Wilson v Bad. Duty – Spikers
7pm Biligoats v Spikers, Ravens v Kriss Kross. Mangoes bye. Duty – Flash
*** New 3 a side mixed comp starts 4/6/13. 

Phone 66851794 to play. Beginners welcome






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