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Brunswick SLSC

Saturday February 22,  10am-3pm

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.

Sunday February 23 9am-4pm

Patrol 4 Captain: Braeydon McHugh Easy

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

Byron Bay SLSC

Saturday 22.2.14  PATROL NO 4:  10am – 4pm

Brendan Irwin PC, Adam Clark APC,  Neil McKenzie, Murray Saul, Andrew Booth, Abby Wightman, Robbie Bass, Daniel Lamb, Matt Slee, Peter Martin, Nick Barber, Tahlia Bourke, Jack Watson, Steffen Westerman

Sunday 23.2.14. PATROL NO 17:  9am – 4pm

Mark Timperley PC (D), Greg Clark APC, Steve Martin , Hendy Stewart, Luke Timperley, James Preston, Bob Manitta, Sasha Mainitta,  Paul Clark, Mandy/Fred Templeman,  Ruby Anderson, Lucie Mills, Helen/Brian/Ava  Buckley




Tweed Seagulls Little Athletics

Athletes who achieved a place or time/distance qualification for the State Championships.

Regional Carnival

Sixty-three athletes from Tweed Seagulls Little Athletics competed in the South Coast Regional Championships last weekend at Ashmore. Many athletes achieved personal best performances over both days of competition, with 32 of the clubs athletes placed either within the top 4 places or making qualifying times/distances in their selected events, which qualifies them to go through to state competition which will be held in Cairns later next month.

IN the U16 Girls, Tannaya Twomey set two new records of 14.06 in the 100m dash and 9.34m in the Triple Jump. Kuepper Feehan also set three new records in the U16 Girls events including High jump- 1.53m, long jump – 4.54m, and an Outdoor Pentathlon record of 1235.

Ben Prestwich-Hart set a new record of 40.87m in the U15 Boys Javelin Throw, the old record of 40.57m which has been held since last season.

Dylan Clarke also set two new records in the Boys U16 100m Hurdles; with a time of 15.37, as well as a 36.92m throw in the Javelin.

Ben Kaufman also set new records in the U16 Boys 100m dash in a time of 12.34, Outdoor Pentathlon of 799 and 10:16.57 in the 1500m race walk.

Great results from all who participated during the carnival. 


Brunswick Heads Men

Wednesday Feb 12

1st E. Boyter, W Evans, R Carbines; 2nd K Boorman, N Sharp, M Jeffreys; 3rd J Anderson, B Congdon, B McClelland: Cock of the Walk M. Masula.

Sat February 15 Open Pairs 1st K Hosie, J Hay; 2nd J Loft, G Rendell; Jackpot Winners; J Loft, G Rendell; Major Jackpot Not Won next Sat $350. Major Pairs Championships N Sharp, M Jeffreys def C Mackay, C Woods, E Boyter, M Petrou, def M Guest, W Evans, J Winter, J Anderson def E Hanrahan, P Moffat

*** Next Round Major Pairs on or before February 22, 12.45pm Roll Up. 1pm Play.  Mufti Bowls Next Sunday February 23 $10 Bowls & Brekky. Visit from Butcher Birds Fundraiser for Mullum (Jnr) Football Club

Brunswick Heads Women

Social Results:  Joy Kearney & Darilyn Guest 18 def Annie Revie & Bev Rose 10. Phyllis Cameron, Jenny Meinel & Claire Clune 20 def Margaret Darby, Lyn Proudlock & Dawn Hay 9. Kerry Dexter, Jenny Lofts & Judy Wright 23 def Bev Gawned, Irene Edwards & Bev Smith 13. Denise Batson & Fay Parkes 19 def Rosa Kinnear & Christine Lawrence 13. Winners:  Kerry Dexter, Jenny Lofts & Judy Wright. Lucky Losers: Margaret Darby, Lyn Proudlock & Dawn Hay. Raffle won by: Kaye Soccio.

Kingscliff Men

Club Championship News:  In the Semi-Final of the Men’s Open Fours Vic Lewis, Ross Julius, Trevor Hills, Peter Murphy d Brett Harris, Harry Hockey, Ian Taylor, Kevin Liddington and B Raeburn, John Watson, John Reardon Paul Watson d John Brinsmead, Ray Phipps, B Beattie, John Felton. The Final will be played on a date to be advised

Super Challenge: In Round 4 played on February 15, Section 4 Men defeated Paradise Point, winning 4 rinks – 1 and taking the overall 110 shots to 105. The women won 1 rink and lost the other going down by 55 shots to 53. The men are now in 1st position and the ladies are in 7th spot. Section 3 defeated Geebung, winning 3 rinks to 2 and taking the overall score by 105 shots to 99. Kingscliff are now in 3rd place and will meet 2nd placed Kallangur this weekend. Next round will see Section 4 play Logan City at Kingscliff while Section 3 will travel to Kallangur.

Tweed Valley Shield: At the end of Round 4 Kingscliff was on top of the ladder in both divisions. In Round 5 Tugun had 3 – 2 wins in both A Division and B Division.

Social Bowls Results: The Kingscliff Meat Gallery Tuesday Morning Open Pairs: February 11: Winners: W Butler, P McGirr. Runners Up: J & M Flaherty, Plate Winners: L Spencer M Howarde. Thursday 13th February Triples: Winners: J Hansen, J Spence, R Julius; S Wallace, W Blackwood, S Jamieson; B Butler, R Cavanagh, B Jack. Plate Winners: B Swift, N Knox, G Thebald. Saturday 15th February: Winners: S Bass, G Pritchard, J Findlay; G Hinks, A Simpson, J Brereton. Plate winners: J Davies, A Bousie, B Clarke.

*** District Events: The District Triples commence on February 23 and Kingscliff will have six teams competing. In the Open Triples, to be played at Kingscliff, Ken Banks, Greg Barrack and Ian Taylor play at 9am while Russell McLeay, Damon Crompton, Michael Turner  and Ian Turnbull, Ross Julius and Trevor Hills get under way at 1pm. In the Over 60s to be played at Ocean Shores, our three teams are Kevin Liddington, Vic Lewis, Peter Murphy; Brian Turner Peter Craven, Ron Erikson: Ivan Smith, Bob Beattie, John Felton. All teams start play at 9am.

Kingscliff Women

Results of social play Wed. Feb. 12:  Winners: D. Abraham, M. Gardner, S. Davies,  J. Scott on rink 20 and J. Hunt, A. Johnson, V. Abery on rink 19.  Runners up: K. Leslie,  D. Hallett, M. Brown on rink 19.  Raffle winner: B. Lane.

Results of the first round of Championship open singles played Fri. Feb. 14:  B. Jack d. C. Smith, A. McNamara d. J. Scher,  R. Butler d. M. Lincoln, S. Akers d. O. Scott, D. Jones d. D James.

 *** District pennants begin March 4.  Kingscliff Grade 2 has a bye in the first round and plays Pottsville at Pottsville Thursday March 6 in the second round.  Grade 4 plays Condong at home Wednesday March 5and Cudgen at Cudgen Thursday March 6.

Mullumbimby Ex-Services Men

8/2/14 Saturday Social

G Marsden H Mcwain 24 (J/Pot Winner) d Sharon L Henry 10

M Burke R Wainwright 22 d I Pettendy J Canabou 21

Men’s Fours Semi Final

R Fenwick J Morgan P Thompson T Fenwick 23 d M Nicholls M Esau G Porter J McKay 17

S Abraham S Johnston T Johnston (Sub) D Blake 29 d N Lee (Sub) A McKenzie S Doherty S Hogan 21

12/2/14 Wednesday 2x 11 Ends Ships Names Only

Winner D Baker 24 R/Up L Henry 20 J Canabou 19

J McKay 18 J Clark 18 K Wrigley 17 C Pav 12 M Johnston 8

Mullumbimby Ex-Services Women

Tuesday February 11– Social : A.Poff, R.Wainwright, G.Henry (Rink W)   def. R.Wrigley, J.Beaumont, B.Reglin : S.Thomas, J.Lee, J.Kidman, B.Croft  def. I.Pettendy, S.Brown, H.Robb, J.Towner:  Raffle  – H.Robb :

*** Triples Club Championships commence February 25.

Ocean Shores Men

Monday February 10  Triples first W Sprengel, J Hay, L Johnston second T Larsen, P Quirke, L Hoffman.

Championship Results Singles J Gray def D Taylor, D Magnusson def G Condie, J O’Connor def D Matheson, B Hay def K Northwood, G Collins def G Moroney, G Parker def L Hoffman, L Johnston def B Hayer.

Pairs D Taylor, G Condie def T Mitchell, J Gray.

Ocean Shores Women

February 12:  MIXED – Random score was won by K. Gallard, J. Seamer, Mal Flesser who def G. Fox, M. Bertoli, Marj Flesser;  D. Gardiner, C. Lawrence, M. James def M. Franks, B. Toby, G. Johnston

February 14:   The Social ladies dressed in red for Valentine’s Day and had a ball but those in the final of the 4’s C/ship had to be more staid.   This was won by M. Hosie, C. Timewell, M. Farquhar, G. Johnston who also won the comp for the day which was a Secret Score.   Losing team was D. Gardiner, J. Williams (sub T. Campbell), N. Gartner, B. Sprengel.   Secret score r/ups were JM Quirke, M. James who def J. Payne, M. McConville;  K. Gallard, B. Stone, L. McGowran def J. Busch, R. Wrigley, M. Flesser;  P. Sullivan, M. Bertoli def J. Seamer, F. Crowder.

Pottsville Women

Social Bowls:  Thursday February 13- Great to see a good roll up of members out on the greens again.   Winners today (lwm) were Pam Thorburn and Lorraine Rice with the Runners-up being Lil Bennett and Jenny Porter.  A very warm welcome to new member, Marjorie Balsch. Valentine Raffles were won by George Moore and Fran Field.  Jan Richards collected the Lucky Numbers prize while Jean Crombie went home the lucky bowler.  Tinger Linger awards this week went to Trish Pollard, Robyn Booth and our very own Narelle Tait. Congrats everyone.

Thursday February 13:  Club Championship Fours Final – Heartiest congratulations to George Moore, Judith Baxter, Marie

Comerford and Aileen Swift (Skip) winners of this event.  This is the fifth year running that these very fine bowlers have won the Club Fours Championship.  How good is that!!  Great bowling, ladies.  Runners-up  were Nancye Gleeson, Jan Appleton, Jan Richards and Doreen Buckley (Skip).

*** Diary Dates:  Monday February 24 – TBDWBA Delegates’ Meeting at Kingscliff.  Monday March 3 – First Round Grade 2 Pennant at Cudgen Leagues BC.  Tuesday March 4 –  First Round Grade 4 Pennant at Pottsville.

Social Bowls are on Thursdays at 9am.  Names and Green Fees to be paid by 8.30 am please.  Visitors most welcome.  Coaching is free for new members as well as current members wishing to sharpen up their game.  Please phone the Club on 6676 1077, follow the prompts, and leave a message and contact number.

Tweed Byron District Bowling Association Men

*** The Championship Fours Finals are now done and dusted and it’s time to prepare for the District Championship Triples commencing Sunday February 23.  The draws for the Open, Reserve and Over 60’s have been completed and sent out. Please check with your Club for your game. Good bowling to all contestants.

Diary Dates:  Monday March 10 – Nominations close for he District  Pairs.  Please make sure your entries are in by this date.  Wednesday March 19 – District Veterans’ Day to be held at Brunswick Heads B.C. Details in next edition.


Ocean Shores

5 Table Mitchell

North / South


Winners: Barbara Simons / Pat Hems

Second:  Carmel Blacker / Graham Carson

East / West


Winners: Steve Stewart / Pam Sullivan

Second: Brad Hurst / Eric Bridgeman

The Club meets at the O/S Country Club Wednesday evenings – to be seated by 6.15.  Enquiries Pam 66803871



Ocean Shores Men

Monday February 10 Stableford first Spencer Jones 43  second Ed Gregson 39  third Gary Richards 38 c/b NTP 3rd Ed Gregson 17th Ray Conway

Wednesday February 12 Stableford   first Fred Williams 42 c/b second Gordon De La Garde 42 c/b  third Rohan Smiles 40 c/b  4BBB Winners Jim Stewart, Ben Sweeney Runner Up John Cullen, Fred Williams.  NTP 3rd Jake McNulty 6th Fred Williams 8th Peter Fleming 12th Scott McGuren 15th Lochie Johnston 17th Garry Hannigan

Saturday February 15 Stableford Div. one first Graeme Mackay 41 second Brad Mott 38 c/b  third Toot Byron 38 c/b Div. two first Scott Clifford 52  second Dean Harnell 43  third Ben Forsyth 42  NTP 3rd Mike Wilsdon 6th Ian Miller 8th Toby Sandison 12th Tyler Parker 15th Scott Clifford 17th Phil Howarth.

Ocean Shores Sunday Mixed

February 16, 4 Person Ambrose 44 players. Winners: Kerry/Fred Williams + Jan/Ben Racine 55.87. Runners Up: Julie Brown/Tim Hachero + Carmel Blacker/Kurtis O’Keefe 57.5. Ball rundown to 61. NTP 2nd Hole: Anne Slater/Nick Comer + Marylou/Stuart Pratt.

*** Next game February 23, 4bbb Stroke with Putts.



The round-robin handicap singles competition was won by Fred Newman with Mark Smith and Raini Kahn (+1) in a tie for second, then Max Schluter, Blake Turner and Tristan O’Meara.  No doubles were played due to many long (close) singles matches.

*** All welcome, play is at the Mullumbimby Tennis Clubhouse, Byron Street Mullumbimby, Thursday evening 6.30pm start. Also you can build on your skills with our table tennis robot.  Enquiries phone Mark 0409 473 517 or Chris 6684 1468.



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

A Grade Women February 18 6pm Court 1: Breakers Vs Odd shots Court 2: Social Scrimmage 7pm Court 1: Aussie Dent Girls Vs Red Hot Referees: 6pm;          Jay W/James 7pm Caralie/Teagan

Wednesday 19th February

6pm Court 1: Lemos Vs NADS Court 2: Black Panthers Vs Hooters

7pm Court 1: Flying Dutchmen Vs the Dreamers

Bye: The Gain Train

Referees 6pm Tony, James, Katie, Callum B, 7pm Phil, Katie

Monday February 24

4:30pm Court 1: Bulls vs Thunder Court 2: Spurs vs Lakers 5:15pm Court 1: Clippers vs Mavericks Court 2: Celtics vs Warriors 6:00pm Court 1: Atomic Dynamites vs 76ers Court 2: Mighty Mustang vs Heat 6:45pm Court 1: Hawks vs Pistons Court 2: Suns vs Wolverines 7:30pm Court 1: Pacers vs Wildcats

Court 2: Devils vs Bolts

Referees: 4.30pm Zoe, Madison, Johnny, Tyler M, Blair M, Isaac Mc 5.15pm Jacob F, Zoe, Madison, Tuscany K 6pm Jay W, Jacob F, Kiara, Lochie K 6.45pm, Jay, Lochie K, Teagan, Kiara 7:30pm Jay W, Tim A, Mick W, Tyler M

Tuesday February 25

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

*** For more information go to www.lismorebasketball.net.au or Phone Tanya 0410 777 572


Brunswick Heads

Wednesday 19/2/14

Round 6 – Perry Homes Comp

The Potato Works v Ocean Shores Glass – B Trivett v K Parolin, A Li v N Moon, Y Gottlieb v B Schubert, J Gribble v C Booth, B Doran v R James

Inky Business v Byron Trophies – A Attewell v C Littlewood, R King v C Walsh, W Knight v P Hill, R Cameron v P Gibson, C Naughton v C Louwen

Brunswick Heads Pharmacy v Cape Byron Medical Centre – G Davis v P Jones, C Sinclair v W Ferrier, S Schubert v T Candy, G Carter v J Nicolson, F King v J Hodges

Monday 24/2/14

Round 6 – Byron Health Foods Comp

Division 1 – 5pm M Curran v B Trivett, C Littlewood v T Kropp, G Davis v V Pires; 5.30 pm L Powell v L Tomasella; 6.15pm AAttewell v P Jones

Division 2 – 5pm Kijay v S Moon; 5.30 pm R King v N Moon, A Li v P Chaffer

Division 3 – 5pm C Sinclair v M Cassidy, S Schubert v C Walsh, T Candy v Y Gottlieb

Division 4 – 5pm B Schubert v V McAllister, J Gribble v L Scott; 5.30pm C Johnston v G Carter; 6.30pm A Cox v R Draper

Division 5 – 5.30pm R Cross v P Begg, J Hodges v C Naughton, B Doran v F King. C McAllister bye

Division 6 – 5pm O Hamama v R Costinzo, J Burley v B Alander. D Collins bye

Wednesday 26/2/14

Round 7 – Perry Homes Comp

The Potato Works v Byron Trophies – B Trivett v C Littlewood, A Li v C Walsh, Y Gottlieb v P Hill, J Gribble v P Gibson, B Doran v C Louwen

Ocean Shores Glass v Brunswick Heads Pharmacy – K Parolin v G Davis, N Moon v C Sinclair, B Schubert 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

*** Phone 6685 1794 to play.


Brunswick Heads

Tuesday 18/2/14

Round 3 – Slice Pizzeria Comp

6pm Kriss Kross v Jets, Sweaties v Dominators. Duty – Express

7pm Mangoes v Express. Flash bye. Duty – Dominators


Thursday 20/2/14

Round 6 – Ocean Shores True Value Hardware Comp

6pm MJS v Divas, Mum’s the Word v NWA, Exodia v Fireflys. Duty – Dashes

7pm Dashes v Ice Blocks, Bingergeers v Chilli Twist. Duty – Divas


Tuesday 25/2/14

Round 4 – Slice Pizzeria Comp

6pm Sweaties v Flash, Express v Jets. Duty – Kriss Kross

7pm Kriss Kross v Dominators. Mangoes bye. Duty – Sweaties

*** Phone 66851794 to play. Beginners welcome

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