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Brunswick Heads Men 

Week Ending 16.06.13 –.  Cock of the Walk:  L O ‘Donnell def M Masula.  Wednesday Mens Triples:  Winners K Hosie, R Roberts, B Montgomery;  2nd  D Wyborn, Roberts, L O ‘Donnell;  3rd  B Flenigan, P Stone, G Baker

Brunswick Heads Women

Tuesday June 11.  Open Singles Semi – Finals: Edith Beddoes 25 def. Annie Revie  19. What a great game!   Edie and Annie had a great tussle, with good shots being played by both women. Judy Wright 25 def. Liz Beale 6. Congratulations go to Liz as a new bowler for reaching the Semi – final.  The final is to be held at the Club next Tuesday June 18 at 1pm between Edie Beddoes & Judy Wright. This should be a very competitive game, with  Edie, an ex Club Champion a couple of times over, playing the Consistency Champion for the past two years. Good luck and good bowling to both ladies. Social bowls: Zena Wagner, Kay Soccio & J. Monks 18 def. Carlene Stone, Beryl Boorman & Lyn Proudlock 10. M. Stone & Nan Stearman 26 def. Kerry Dexter & P. Brining 9. Bev. Gawned & Dawn Hay 17 def. Rosa Kinnear & Jenny Lofts 12. Margaret Darby & Lorraine McCormick 20 def. Denise Batson & Barbara Baker 17.Winners: Rink 5. B. Gawned &D. Hay. Lucky Losers: Rink 2. Annie Revie & Darilyn Guest [maraker].  Raffle won by Bev. Gawned.

Byron Bay Men

Tuesdays Social Singles results were a win to Ross Thatcher with runner-up Winston Silbereisen.

Thursdays self selected pairs had a good turnout of players with a few visitors joining in to enjoy fine weather for bowling. Winners on the day were Lennox Head visitors Barney Malcolm and Gary Maloney and they also took home the jackpot. Runners-up were Paul B-z and  Reg Condie. The meat tray was won by a visitor from Victoria B. Hibson.

The previous Thursday (6th June) self selected pairs winners were Terese Hillard and Dick Aldridge with runners-up Brian Burton, Gavin McPhail and Ivan Bruer. The meat tray was won by Mark Barry.

Saturday social bowls was won by Brian Burton, runner-up Werner Borkhardt.

The  Club Triples Championship was finalised on Thursday with a good win to Syl Reid, Phil Boyd and Greg Daniels.

*** Nominations are called for Club championship Single and Pairs. Names on entry forms if you would like to play.

Kingscliff Ladies

Social Play:  Wednesday, May  8:  Winners: J. Bonett, A. Smith. D.  James;  Wednesday,  May15:  Winners: B. Grove, B. Mirls, Runners-Up:  C. Manderson, C. Smith; Wednesday, May 22:   No play because of rain; Wednesday, June 5: Winners:  P. Freeman, J. Mitchell.

Wednesday, May 29:  “A” Grade Triples:  B. Lane/C. Smith defeated E. Taylor/S. Akers.

Wednesday June 5:  “A” Grade Singles:  E. Taylor defeated D. James ; I. Azzopardi defeated M. Lincoln;  S. Akers defeated A. McNamara.

Friday June 14:  “A’ Grade Singles:  S. Akers defeated B. Mirls; E. Taylor defeated I. Azzopardi.

This year President’s Day and Patrons’ Day were combined and were held on Wednesday, June12.  However, play was cancelled because of rain and members enjoyed a day indoors with afternoon tea.  President, Diana, was presented with a gift from members and cut the cake, beautifully made and iced by Elaine Downes.   Diana thanked members for their support and friendship during the year.  Patrons, Doris Madden and Laurel Willoughby were presented with  pretty posies and both ladies spoke of their pride in being chosen as Patrons and of their love of the Kingscliff Club and members.   Because there was no play the following members were drawn for prize money:  Aileen McNamara, Jenny Greenbank, R. Liddington, M. Lincoln, Robyn Fuller, Di James, Nancy Sherlock,  Eileen  Taylor, Val  Abery, Anne Carruthers, Jean Dalmeyer, Jean Siering, Brenda Jack, Catherine Manderson, Paula Peck Beris Locket, Margaret McCrindle, Dorothy Greenwell, Nola Parfitt, Aileen Phillips, Jenny White, Lorraine Glancy, Diana Abraham, Joan Hanson, Jacky Hegarty, Irena Hockey, Barbara Massey, Diane Jones, Gail Phipps, Colleen Smith, Dorothy Hallet,t Beverley Lane and Jeanne Maass.  Thank you to Mary Brown and her helpers for décor and table setting.

*** Members are reminded that Charity Day is to be held on July 3.  Items and goods are needed for cake, white elephant, books, garden, fruit & vegetable clothing and craft stalls.    Also teams are needed for the Hibiscus Triples to be held on July 15.  Names in to Raewyn Liddington.

Mullumbimby Ex-Services Men

8/6/13 Saturday Mixed Social

Yet another threatening day didn’t deter all players

S Purdie D Blake J McKay 21 d G Naoum J Canabou J Vardy (Mullum original now in WA) 5

R Wrigley S Abraham K Wrigley 12 d S Vardy (WA visitor) G Porter N Lee 11

12/6/13 2 x 11 Ends Social

Pluvius Maximus returned resulting in only one game being able to be played

B Ball D Ottery A Bartlett 8 d P Allen (visitor Temora) M Nicholls L Henrt 5

B Neate A Lumsden P Thompson (c/w Graeme Wilson BiRite Electrical rink) 8 d G Naoum M Johnston H McKenna 6

S Purdie D Blake P McDonald 11 d N Newton J Canabou T Johnston 5

*** IGT Men’s Winter Triples 29/6/13 – 3 x 13 ends Carnival. Entries close 27/6/13 – 8 chances to take a prize from conditional $3000 pool – $60 per team which includes lunch. Phone Darrin 0429 772 757.

Ocean Shores Men

Monday, June 3 Men’s Triples  first G Parker, J Hay, L Johnston.  Second B Rowell, K Hosie.

Monday June 10 Profast Triples  first  K Roberts, B Montgomery, B Hay second R Tonkin, D Crow, H Schollbach third D Blake, T Fenwick, J McKay

Tuesday June 11 Pearl’s Super Singles first L Johnston second T Makin third Pearl fourth B Hay

Saturday June 15 Pacific Singles first D Moor second L Johnston third S Warren fourth T Warr

Sunday June 16 Sandcrabs first M Franks, A O’Connor, G Johnston second Pramuk, J O’Connor, L Johnston

*** Coming Events  Sunday July 21 Sandcrabs Social Bowls. 8.30 Breakfast 9.30 Bowls . All welcome.

Ocean Shores Women

Wednesday June 12: Unfortunately no results because of rain.

Friday June 14: Beautiful sunshine gave way to good bowling especially for the Major Singles C/ship games.  M. Bertoli (lucky rink winner) narrowly def. J. Busch;  M. James def G. Johnston.  Social triples game won by L. Wright, B. Stone, B. Sprengel  who def A. Slater, M. Hosie, M. McConville.

Pottsville Women

President Jan thanked members, guided by Co-Ordinator Lynn Ross, who worked tirelessly during the Region One Pennant Play-Offs last week.  These ladies did a superb job ensuring that players and spectators alike were well looked after.  Mission accomplished – you are to be commended, girls.  Thanks, again.

June 13:  Social bowlers numbers, today, were slightly depleted as many members were involved in the first round of the Club Championship Singles.

Marion Guthrie, Carol Shaw, Lorraine Rice and all-rounder Nancye Gleeson were the morning’s rink winners. Nancye was rewarded for her first attempt as skip by winning the raffle. Way to go, Nancye. Doreen Buckley scored a double collecting the Lucky Bowler and the Lucky Number prizes.  Congratulations everyone.

*** The Annual General Meeting of the Pottsville Women’s bowling club will be held onWednesday, 24th July, 2013 in the Club auditorium at 9.30 am.  All members requested to attend.

 June 24 – TBD Delegate’s Meeting  to be held at Condong.  June 28 – Ocean Shores Gala Day.  Please make sure your nominations are in by the due date.  July 1 – Condong Sugar Triples – Another great event to enter.  July 4 – Club Monthly Meeting.  All members requested to attend for an update on Club activities.  July 8 – District President Triples at Brunswick Heads.  Entries close July 3 so don’t miss out on this event. 


Brunswick Valley

10/06/2013 10 Table Bye and Share.   N/S:  1st gross – Mary Solway/Martin Nicholson;  2nd gross – Gail Bridgman/Jannine Murray  E/W:  1st gross – Sue Perry/Pat Janda;  2nd gross – Patricia Hems/Margaret Kelly

15/06/2013 Bridge on Saturday.   N/S:  1st gross – Mary Solway/William Keyte;  2nd gross – Phyllis Keyte/Jannine Murray.  E/W:  1st gross – Pam Sullivan/Hillary Lewis;   2nd gross – Doreen Grant/Barbara Simons

*** We meet at Brunswick Heads Community Centre on Monday and Saturday.  Seated by 12.45.  Guests welcome.  If partner required, or information regarding Bridge lessons, please telephone Phyllis Keyte 02 6684 1103.



Date: 12/06/13 Single Stroke

Winner: Peter Fick Score: 39

Runner Up: Geoff Anderson Score: 38 C/B

Nearest the Pins

5th: K Myers

7th: NA

9th: NA

12th: NA

17th: NA

Ball Run Down: 34 C/B

Date: 15/06/13 Single Stableford

Overall & B Grade Winner: John Butturini Score: 38 C/B

C Grade Winner: Steve Birney Score: 38

Nearest the Pins

5th: P Schweitzer 865cm

7th: NA

9th: P Treweck 47cm

12th: J Falzon 176cm

17th: R Treweek 678 cm

Ball Run Down: 32 C/B

Gundies Mug: K Lawler Score: 35 C/B

Ocean Shores Men

Monday June 10 Stableford first M Shaw 45 second W King 40  third S McQueen 39 NTP 3rd P Irby

Wednesday June 12 Stableford Div. one first B Sweeney 42 second P Conaghan 40  third A Thompson 39 Div. two first B Winter 38  second A Shambler 37 c/b third S McQueen 37 c/b NTP 3rd B Green 6th R Goodacre 8th K Tilling 12th P Hanigan 15th K Caldwell  17th B Cox

Friday June 14 Nine and Dine first G Spyrou 23  second D Johns 22 c/b  third D Lawson 22 c/b

Saturday June 15 Stableford  first Gav O’Donnell 41 second A Smith 40  third S Brecard 39 c/b  4Ball winners G Beattie, G Bourke 47 runners up B Blows, G O’Donnell 46  NTP 3rd G Bourke 6th S Oliver 8th M Thomsett 12th B Mott 15th S Brecard 17thS Evans


Murwillumbah Rifle Club

Fullbore: 800 yards: S Dolan 100.16,1, 101.16; W Shoobridge 98.12, 2, 100.12;

C Affleck 74.4, 15, 89.4.

Scope: G Morris 118.7, 5, 123.7; P Weeks 119.4, 4, 1213.4; P Gill 105.3, 14,119.3;

J Pollard 100.1, 18, 118.1.

Smallbore:  J Jenkins 383, 20, 403; W Sunderland 399, 1, 400; I Erbs 388, 12, 400; B Harvey 388, 11, 399; B Bugg 383, 16, 399; G Johnston 387, 7, 394; L Mumford 373, 21, 394; J Pollard 373, 21, 394.



At the completion of the round-robin handicap singles competition, Fred Newman was at the top and after a count-back, Raini Kahn (+2) was second from Mark Smith, followed in order by Junior Brittain, Wilfred Arran (+5) and Paul Pattie (+6).  The handicap doubles competition final was won 3-2 by Raini Kahn & Wilfred Arran (+7) from Fred Newman & Mark Smith.

*** 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.




Lismore Basketball Game Time June 18

Tuesday 18 Little Stormers and Storm Troopers 4:30pm to 5:45pm

All teams are now to duty on their own game Wednesday June 19

Finals Tournament begins A Grade Men and Women Competition NB:

Finals for all teams begin

6:00pm Court 1 Frigid Air Vs Casino Court 2 Oddshots Vs SCU Women

7:00pm Court 1; NADS Vs Flying Dutchmen Court 2: Breakers Vs Black Panthers (W)

8pm Court 1 Black Panthers (M) Vs Celtics Court 2 The Dreaming Vs Fighting Irish

Bye: Women SCU da Tigers: Bye Men: Boomshakalaka

Duty: All Teams do duty on their own games


6pm Court 1:Len/Toby Court 2: Phil/Troy:

7pm Court1 Len/Toby: Court 2 Phil/James:

8pm Court 1: Len/  2: Phil/James

Secondary Competition 20th June Junior Competition

4:30pm Court 1 Suns Vs Witches :  Court 2 Moons Vs Stars

5:15pm Court 2 Wizards Vs Planets

Senior Competition

5:15pm  Court 1 Assisters Vs Dunkers

6:00pm Court 1 Slammers Vs Hotshots; Court 2: Biztax BisonsVs Dribblers


4:30pm Court 1: Teagan/Caralie: Court 2 Kiara/Zoe:

5:15pm Court 1:Kiara/Tyler: Court 2: Zoe/Maddison

6:00pm Court 1: Teagan/Zoe  Court 2: Kiara/Maddison

*** Monday June 24 Mini Ball Grand Final as well as playoffs for third and fourth positions  www.lismorebasketball.net.au or Phone 0410 777 572


Brunswick Heads

Wednesday 19/6/13

Round 8 – Cape Byron Medical Centre Comp

Brunswick Heads Pharmacy v Inky Business – C Walsh v W Ferrier, N Moon v C Booth, W Knight v R Cameron, P Frazier v C Naughton

Occupational Health & Rehab Services v Coastal Voice & Data – M Virtue v A Li, J Gribble v P Chaffer, A Chaffer v C Johnston, R Walsh v R James

Ocean Shores Glass v The Potato Works – S Koop v R King, P Hill v S Schubert, A Cox v J Nicolson, F King v B Doran

Division 1 – B Trivett v T Kropp, G Davis v C Littlewood

Monday 24/6/13

Round 7 – Byron Health Foods Comp

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

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

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

Division 4 – 5pm C Johnston v J Hodges; 5.30pm G Carter v A Chaffer; 7pm T Avedission v C Naughton

Division 5 – 5pm B Doran v R Walsh, T Gross v K Dimond; 5.30pm C McAllister v F King

Wednesday 26/6/13

Round 9 – Cape Byron Medical Centre Comp

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 S Koop, 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 G Davis, C Littlewood v T Kropp

*** Phone 6685 1794 to play.


Brunswick Heads 

Tuesday 18/6/13

Round 3 – Mullum Power Tools Comp

6pm Flash v Bad, Ravens v Kriss Kross. Duty – Billigoats

7pm Wilson v Mangoes, Billigoats v Express. Duty – Ravens

Thursday 20/6/13

Round 7 – Ocean Shores True Value Hardware Comp

6pm Divas v Wam, American Gas Co (Amigas) v Exodia, Spiked Punch v Cheetas. Duty – Volleys

7pm Dashes v Unbeatables, Volleys v Chilli Twist, Grogmonsters v Flukes. Fireflys bye. Duty – Spiked Punch & Tracey

Tuesday 25/6/13

Round 4 – Mullum Power Tools Comp

6pm Flash v Express, Ravens v Mangoes. Duty – Wilson

7pm Wilson v Bad, Billigoats v Kriss Kross. Duty – Flash

*** Phone 66851794 to play. Beginners welcome






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