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SURF PATROLS

Brunswick SLSC

Saturday January 25: 9am – 5pm

Patrol 4 Captain: Braeydon McHugh Easy

Gavin Arthur, Adrian Russell, Jarrad Hicks, James Arthur, Casey Brennan, Stewart Anderson, Jake Musgrave, Amelia Miekle.

Sunday January 26: 9am – 5pm

Patrol 6    Captain: Kris Southwell

Simon Ceglinski, Chris, Ashton, Mark Edwards, Damien Hopkins, Amy Hopkins, Matt Holmes, Jade Howie, Brin Davis, Fin Shaw, Dave Porter.

Monday January 27: 9am – 5pm 

Patrol 1, Captain: Craig Reid

Shane Diem, Dave Kyle-Robinson, Egor Kocherga, Steve Romain, Abby Buckley, Whitney Sutton, Pete Rose, Ella Shelley, Ky Pinxerton, Abby Lang, Tallen Pinxerton, Brittany Mc Donald, Georgia McDonald.

SPORT RESULTS

BOWLS

Brunswick Heads Men

Week Ending 19/1/2014–. Wednesday 15th 1st B Bolland, M Guest, F Marks; 2nd E Boyter, W Evans, S Pearce; 3rd S Guildford, A Montgomery, D Croft,: Sat 18th Jackpot Pairs Winners; R Tonkin, J Hay; Runners Up; A Revie, N Sharp. Jackpot not won stands at $240. 6 x 6 Ends 1st, 2nd and Jackpot Pairs. Get your names in. Club Championship Fours Semi Final E Selwood, E Hanrahan, M. Masula, M Petrou def J Winter, B Stewart, B McClelland, J Anderson and B O’Donnell, F Marks, J Foster, J Mills def D Turnbull, E Boyter, A Montgomery, G Rendell. Final Wed 5th Feb 1.00pm. Sunday Mufti Ham n Eggs Day Winners m Davey, B Holland, D Proudlock; Runner Up Alex, Maree. Good Day had by all. Well done to Mufti Crew.

Brunswick Heads Women

Tuesday 14th January 2014
Social Results: Christine Lawrance & Lorraine McCormick 16 def Annie Revie & Darilyn Guest 11. Margaret Darby, Fay Parkes & Rosa Kinnear (shared) & Dawn Hay 14 def Phylis Cameron, Beryle Boorman & Joy Kearney 13. Dawn Holland, Kerry Dexter & Judy Wright 26 def Marcia Crichton, Julie Sanderson & Lyn Proudlock 8. Winners: Margaret Darby, Fay Parkes-Rosa Kinnear & Dawn Hay. Raffle won by Darilyn Guest.
*** Welcome to our new members Christine Lawrance & Phylis Cameron.
Attetion Members: As of
 Tues 21/1/14 we will be starting morning bowls for January, February & March. Names to be in (phone) between 9:00-9:30am for game start at 10:00am or written in the book.

Mullumbimby Ex-Services Men

15/1/14 Wednesday Social

B Ball R Breckenridge D Baker 26 d B Neate D Ottery A Bartlett 14 J Canabou H Mcwain L Henry 43 d M Nicholls D Burke M Burke 10 G McKenzie T Johnston 24 d S Johnston M Johnston 10 D Blake P McDonald 27 d T Fenwick K Wrigley 10.

Mullumbimby Ex-Services Women

Tuesday January 14 – Welcome back ladies for another year of good bowling and great friendship. Social ; E.Walker, J.Lee, B. Croft (Jackpot W) def. E.Walker, H.Robb, J.Towner : A.Poff, S.Thomas def. S.Brown, R.Wainwright : I.Pettendy, J.Beaumont def. R.Wrigley, G.Henry : Raffle – J.Towner :

*** Club Fours Championships commence January 28. General Meeting – February 11 at 10.30am, all members welcome, don’t forget spinners please.

Ocean Shores Men

Monday January 13 Triples first B James, P Quirke, L Hoffman second D Whitney, D Taylor, G Condie third K Hosie, B Montgomery, R Roberts

Tuesday January 14 Twilight Bowls first M Franks, M Fredericks, L Johnston second E Cook, R Godvin, B Jordan

Saturday January 18 Open Pairs first M Haines, L Johnston second C Pavlovich, D Taylor

Ocean Shores Women

Friday. 17th: The opening of the bowls season saw a pleasing number of ladies in attendance, all keen to “get back into it” again. The Secret Score game was won by L. McGowran, J. Williams; others in with a chance were P. Sullivan, M. Hosie; R. Wrigley, M. Flesser; J. Busch, N. Gartner; B. Sprengel, B. Stone, F. Crowder; G. Johnston, D. Gardiner, M. Bertoli.

Pottsville Men
Wednesday January 15: Social Bowls – With all rinks full today, Dave Lee, Jim Banks and Tony Halloran were the lucky winners. Brian Jackson and Jim Field joined forces and took out the runners-up money.
Saturday January 18: With 2 championship games as well as social bowls, the greens were at overflow point again. Championships – Game 1 saw the underdogs give the big guns quite a shake up. Coming into the last end this team of leads were one up on the score board and holding shot on the rink. However, a drive from “Whirlpool” Bob, with his last bowl moved the jack back to collect 3 shots, turning the tables to give his team victory. Well done, Bob. Hats off to skip Mike Ross on his great performance in this match. Result – Brian Jackson, Allan Margan, Frank Fielding and Bob Nathan 21 defeated Laurie Swift, Brian Brown, Peter Field and Mike Ross 19. Game 2 – Another closely contested game with Graham Crawley, Jim McGuinness, Damien Sparkes and Greg Sawtell 18 defeating John Buckley, Dave Lee, Ray Chandler and Warren Whitney 16.

Social Bowls Results – Winners on a count back were Ray Daunt, Ken Coyte and Jim Banks who sneaked in by 1 point to consign Glen Ferguson, Kev Hall and Jim Field into the runners-up possy. Great going, everyone. This week was also filled with special elbow bending exercises as 6 members celebrated birthdays. Jim Field, Gary Booth, Frank Fielding and Kev Hall were in the group together with 2 great young chaps, Jim Banks 84 years young and Des Dever 80 years young.
Happy birthday boys from yours truly.

*** Bowling numbers are certainly on the up again and one would have to think that the Pottsville Mens Bowling Club could possibly have to be the fastest growing club in Australia. 16 new members in the last 12 months. How good is that?

Play days are Wednesdays (mufti) and Saturdays (creams) commencing at 1 pm. Names to be in by 11.30 am. Please phone the Club on 6676 1077, follow the prompts, and leave a message and contact number.

Pottsville Women

Thursday 16 January – Social Bowls: With the greens full on our first day after the Christmas recess, it was obvious everyone was keen to get going again. Winners were (lws) were Robyn Booth and Marie Comerford. Runners-up (lwm), after being slow starters, were Carol Shaw, Heather Woodbridge and Jean Crombie. Lucky bowler prize went to Carol Smith. Tinger Linger awards were taken out by Trish Pollard and our very own “Champion T.L.” Jan Appleton. Raffles were won by Carol Smith and Fran Field while Nancye Gleeson collected the lucky numbers prize. Congratulations everyone.

*** SPECIAL NOTICE: Pennant practice will continue on Tuesdays at 9.30 am. Please make sure you are there girls!

Coming event: January 26 – Australia Day “Skirts Vs. Shirts”. Sheet now on notice board for entries. Tuesday February 4 – First round of Club Championship Fours. Best wishes for good bowling to all contestants. Thursday February 6 – Club Monthly Meeting. All members requested to attend for an update on club activities. Thursday February 13 – Entries close for Club Championship Pairs.

Social Bowls are on Thursdays 9 am. Names to be in by 8.30 am please. Free coaching is available for new members as well as members wishing to freshen up their game. Visitors most welcome. Please phone the Club on 6676 1077, follow the prompts, and leave a message and contact number. 

GOLF

Ocean Shores Men

Monday January 13 Stableford first Bill Kitchen 39 second Mike Wilsdon 38 c/b third Jim Jones 38 c/b NTP 3rd L Reid 17th J Conqueror

Wednesday January 15 Stableford Div. one first Peter Moyle 42 second Luke Miles 38 third Mark Smith 37 Div. two first Kurtis O’Keefe 41 second Nathan Appel 40 third Ben Charlton 38 NTP 3rd Ed Gregson 6th Ian Howard 8th Kev Beitzel 12th Aaron Araby 15th Peter Moyle 17th Graham Player

Saturday January 18 Stableford first Alan Dickens 42 second Fred Williams 40 third Eric Weir 39 fourth Richard Cooke 38 c/b 4BBB Winners Dave Matheson & Fred Williams 48 Runners Up Andrew Smith & Anthony Martin 47 NTP 3rd Snow Downes 6th Fred Williams 8th Ian Howard 12th Lew Trudgeon 15th Alan Walton 17th Tyler Parker

Ocean Shores Sunday Mixed

Ocean Shores Sunday Mixed Golf January 19th. 4BBB Stableford with Power Play. 43 players. Winners: Helen/Tony Watt 48 pts c/b. Runners Up: Wendy/Fred Sparrow 48pts. Ball rundown to 45pts c/b. NTP’s 8th Hole; Ladies; Sue Tarrant, Men; Cliff Chidlow. 17th Hole; Ladies: Cherie Chidlow, Men: John Maddock.
*** Next game February 2 – Two Person Aggregate Stableford. 

SHOOTING

Murwillumbah Rifle Club

Fullbore: 800 yards: A Cronk 98.7, 2, 100.7; S Dolan 99.7, 1, 100.7; W Shoobridge 99.5, 1, 100.5; S Waddell 95.7, 2, 97.7; T Matthews 95.9, 3, 98.9; D Chittick 92.3, 3, 95.3.

Scope: G Davids 106.3, 13, 118.3; P weeks 110.3, 7, 117.3; D McNamara 111.5, 6, 117.5; P Gill 107.2, 10, 117.2; G Morris 106.5, 9, 115.5; Zoe Helyer 103.2, 10, 113.2.

Smallbore: G MacMahon 399, 2, 401; P Gill 386, 14, 400; F binding 398, 2, 400; A Cronk 398, 1, 399; G Logan 377, 22, 399; G Davids 393, 5, 398; D Perry 378, 20, 398; G Johnston 389, 8, 397; I Erbs 385, 10, 395; P Weeks 390, 5, 395; G Morris 388, 7, 395.

TABLE TENNIS

Mullumbimby

The handicap singles competition was won by John Harrison, second was a tie between Peter McKenzie and Chris Strybos, followed by Mark Smith. The handicap doubles competition was won by Mark Smith & Raini Kahn 3-1 from Chris Strybos & Matt Ostila (+2).

*** All welcome, play is at the Mullumbimby Tennis Clubhouse, Byron Street Mullumbimby, Thursday evening 6.30pm start. Also, build on your skills with our table tennis robot. Enquiries phone Mark 04 09 47 35 17 or Chris 6684 1468.

SPORT DRAWS

SQUASH

Brunswick Heads

Wednesday 22/1/14
Round 2 – Byron Trophies Comp
The Potato Works v Occupational Health & Rehab Services – B Trivett v C Littlewood, A Li v C Walsh, Y Gottlieb v C Sinclair, J Gribble v P Hill, B Doran v C Louwen
Ocean Shores Glass v Brunswick Heads Pharmacy – K Parolin v G Davis, N Moon v P Chaffer, A Chaffer v S Schubert, C Booth v G Carter, R James v F King
Inky Business v Cape Byron Medical Centre – A Attewell v P Jones, R King v W Ferrier, W Knight v T Candy, R Cameron v J Nicolson, C Naughton v J Hodges

Monday 27/1/14
no squash due to the long weekend

Wednesday 29/1/14
Round 3 – Byron Trophies Comp
The Potato Works v Brunswick Heads Pharmacy – B Trivett v G Davis, A Li v P Chaffer, Y Gottlieb v S Schubert, J Gribble v G Carter, B Doran v F King
Ocean Shores Glass v Inky Business – K Parolin v A Attewell, N Moon v R King, A Chaffer v W Knight, C Booth v R Cameron, R James v C Naughton
Occupational Health & Rehab Services v Cape Byron Medical Centre – C Littlewood v P Jones, C Walsh v W Ferrier, C Sinclair v T Candy, P Hill v J Nicolson, C Louwen v J Hodges

*** Phone 6685 1794 to play.

VOLLEYBALL

Brunswick Heads

Brunswick Heads Volleyball
Tuesday 21/1/14
Round 15 – Mullum Power Tools Comp
6pm Jets v Goodies, Flash v Mangoes. Duty – Sweaties
7pm Express v Harold, Dominators v Sweaties. Kriss Kross bye. Duty – Goodies

Thursday 23/1/14
Round 2 – Ocean Shores True Value Hardware Comp
6pm Wam v MJS, Fireflys v Chilli Twist, Divas v Rappez. Duty – Exodia
7pm Exodia v Ice Blocks, Mum’s the Word v Nickoes, Dashes bye. Duty – Chilli Twist

Tuesday 28/1/14
Finals & Play-offs – Mullum Power Tools Comp
6pm Harold v Goodies, Express v Mangoes. Duty – Flash
7pm Dominators v Kriss Kross, Flash v Jets, Shrooms v Sweaties. Duty – Mangoes
New 3 a side mixed comp starts 4/2/14

*** Phone 66851794 to play. Beginners welcome

 

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