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December 1, 2021

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Brunswick SLSC

Saturday, March 22, 2014 10.00am – 3.00pm

Patrol 4 Captain: Braeydon McHugh Easy, Gavin Arthur, Adrian Russell, Jarrad Hicks, James Arthur, Casey Brennan, Stewart Anderson, Jake Musgrave, Amelia Miekle

Sunday, March 23, 2014 9.00am – 4.00pm

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

Byron Bay SLSC

Saturday 22.3.14  Patrol No 6: 10am – 4pm

Sarah Beadman PC (D), Jamie Bridgman APC (D), Brad Kay, Nicole Dayman, Vicki McCain, Dominique Callan, Max Hulbert, Roger Beadman, Ian/Liz/Angus Callan, Robert Brown, Robert Siebert (D), Gai Coleman

Sunday 23.3.14. Patrol No 1: 9am – 4pm

Leesa Challis PC, Michael Gudgeon APC, Brock Eastlake, Tom Preston, Sally Preston, Jack Milgate, James Cloake, David/Zoe/Tina Challis, Martine/Eliza Gudgeon, Robbie Marr, Jason Gilmore, Sean Petrov, Ben Penparse, Michael Hodgson




Brunswick Heads Men

Wednesday March 12 – Social Bowls 1st K Boorman, N Sharp, M Masula; 2nd C Farrell, W Hedges, L Leach; 3rd K Roberts, B Fhay, L Campbell; Cock of the Walk: D Turnbull. Major Singles: G Rendell def J Winter.

*** Next round on or before 22/3/14. G Rendell Vs G Moroney marker J Anderson, L O’Donnell; Vs E Hanrahan marker E  Boyter.

John Foster Open Pairs April ring club for details. 4 Games Gend’s (re spot) first Round Pennants April 5. Check Board for Details or see Joe Mills or J Anderson. Mufti Bowls last Sunday of the Month, $10 Bowls and Brekky. World’s Greatest Shave Day Bowls and Sausage sizzle over 50 bowlers. Thanks for your support.

Brunswick Heads Women

Social Phyllis Cameron, Shirley Tisdell (vis) & Christine Lawrance 25 def Rosa Kinnear, Lyn Proudlock & Marcia Chrichton 13. Elaine Jordan (vis), Margaret Darby & Dawn Hay 16 draw Bev Gawned, Denise Batson & Irene Edwards 16.

Pennants Results: GRADE 3. Round 1: Bye. Round 2: Condong 4, Brunswick Heads 1. Round 3: Brunswick Heads 4, Mullumbimby 1. Round 4: Brunswick Heads 41/2, Cudgen 1/2. GRADE 4. Round 1: Ocean Shores 21/2, Brunswick Heads 21/2. Round 2: Brunswick Heads 5, Pottsville 0. Round 3: Cudgen 1, Brunswick Heads 4. Round 4: Brunswick Heads 1, Condong 4.

Kingscliff Women

Pennant Results: Grade 2: Round 3: Kingscliff 4 pts vs Cabarita. Round 4: Kingscliff 5 pts vs Ocean Shores. Grade 4:  Round 3: Kingscliff 5 pts vs Ocean Shores. Round 4: Kingscliff 1 pt vs Pottsville. Next week, Kingscliff Grade 2 plays Pottsville at home Wed March 26 in round 7 and Cabarita at Cabarita Thurs March 27 in round 8. Grade 4 plays Cudgen at home Wed March 26 in round 7 and Ocean Shores at home Fri March 28 in round 8. Thanks to all of the spectators who come out to support our teams each week.

*** Entry into our Club Championship pairs closes Friday April 4 with games beginning Friday April 11. The entry sheet is on the board. 

Entries into District Pairs and Singles close April 16 with games to be played in June and July. Details, including entry forms, are on the board.

Mullumbimby Ex-Services Men

8/3/14 Saturday Men’s Triples Qtr Final

S Abraham P Thompson J McKay 44 d R Fenwick J Morgan T Fenwick 14, J Canabou H Mcwain L Henry 20 d A McKenzie S Doherty S Hogan 19, S Johnston D Blake D Hammond 46 d M Nicholls G Porter M Burke 6, N Lee P Johnson G McKenzie 30 d M Esau M Johnston K Wrigley 18

12/3/14 Wednesday Social

M Burke G McKenzie 18 d R Breckenridge C Pav 17, J Scott M Flesser 21 d M Nicholls J Canabou 18, S Purdie D Ottery L Henry 30 d J Bathy B Neate H Mcwain 23.

Mullumbimby Ex-Services Women

Friday March 7 – Grade 3 Pennants – Mullumbimby 5 def Cabarita 0: Tuesday March 11 – Grade 3 Pennants – Brunswick Heads 4 def Mullumbimby 1

No Social Bowls on March 11.

Ocean Shores Men

Monday March 10 Ted Foster Memorial  Triples first T Makin, G Condie, D Magnusson, second L Campbell, B Fahy, W Sprengel, third L Hoffman, P Quirke, C Pavlovich. Round Winners 1st D Moor, J O’Connor, R Tonkin, 2nd N Keil, K Roberts, M Haines, 3rd D Pyne, S Robson, P Earl.

Pottsville Men

Monday March 10: Tweed Valley Shield, The Pottsville side faced off against Tugun at Tugun. A Division had a win, but unfortunately the B Division lads went down. Round 10, the final round in this competition, will be at Tweed Heads B.C. against South Tweed Heads. Good bowling, chaps.

Wednesday March 12: Social Bowls saw full greens again with the winners money on the day going to George Stewart, Bruce Cumming and Frank Fielding. Runners-up prize was collected by Laurie Swift and Trevor Waygood.

Saturday 16 March: Social Bowls, Harry Ash and Selwyn Ormes combined to take out the winners prize with Andrew Sepprin, Ron Parker and Frank Fielding coming in as runners-up. Congrats everyone.

Saturday March 16: Club Championship Pairs, John Koning and Alan Meighan, in a very closely contested game, defeated Ken Coyte and Phil Bennett 18-16. Milton Rice and Alan Margan, in another close game, defeated Mike Ross and Ron Appleton 20-15. Well done, fellas.

***Diary Dates: Saturday April  5 – First round of 2014 Pennant competition begins. Please check notice board for your game.

Best wishes for good bowling to our Grades 1, 4 and 5 in this competition.

Social bowls are on Wednesdays (Mufti) and Saturdays (Creams) at 1 pm. Names to be in by11.30 am. Please phone the Club on 6676 1077, follow the prompts, and leave a message and contact number.

Tweed Byron District Bowling Association

Members and guests celebrating  Bagalow Bowling Club's new green opening
Members and guests celebrating Bangalow Bowling Club’s new green opening

*** Congratulations to Bangalow Bowling Club on the opening of their newly renovated green on March 15. Special guests, Tweed Byron District Bowling Association President Jim Clark and Treasurer Ron McCauley, were welcomed by Club President Tony Hart and joined invited members from other clubs within the District together with Bangalow bowlers for a wonderful afternoon of social bowls.

Three months of true Aussie grit, determination and a fantastic group of volunteers, under the leadership of Greens Director Gerry Swain certainly has paid dividends. The green is a little slow at present, only just coming in, but is running true. Come early May the Tweed Byron District Bowling Association Reserve Singles Championships are scheduled to be conducted at Bangalow, by which time the green will be up to pace.

Bangalow Bowling Club, the oldest club in the Tweed Byron District, first opened its doors on 28 February 1910. Although membership has decreased over the years, there definitely has not been any decline, whatsoever, in the pride, loyalty and enthusiastic drive of all members, men and women alike.

Again, Bangalow Bowling Club, congratulations on your brilliant achievement. May your club go from strength to strength.

The Eureka 5 Bowl Pairs held at Cherry Street, Ballina last week proved to be a rewarding competition for Tweed Byron Bowlers Mick Morgan and Les Rootsey (Cabarita Beach B.C.). These fine bowlers played through four rounds of 13 ends totally unscathed and came home winners of the Mens Pairs with a score of 4 wins + 28 ahead of the second place getters on 3 wins + 28. Well done Mick and Les on a great result.

Diary Dates: Sunday 23 March District Pairs Championships begin. Please check the draw for your game Best wishes for good bowling to all contestants.


Ocean Shores Ladies

Tuesday March 11 Stableford. 1st Rnd 36 hole Autumn Leaf & 1st Qualifying Rnd Judy Mitchell Memorial Cup. Div 1 Winner K Welsh 36pts. R/Up J Brown 35 3rd. R Wright 34 Div 2 Winner I Lasser 38 R/Up V Loomes 35 3rd M Mandigo 34 c/b Div 3 Winner L Moir 37 R/Up D Barclay 36 c/b 3rd B Jordan. NTP. Div 1 R Moller Div 2 A Hauser Div 3 C Blacker Vouchers to 30.

Thursday March 13 Stableford Winner V Loomes 35 pts R/Up M Broughton 34 Vouchers to 30 c/b NTP L McGowran

Saturday March 15 Stableford. Winner P Bond 35 pts. R/Up A Slater 34 Vouchers to 32.

Ocean Shores Men

Monday March 10  Stableford first Jake McNulty 39, second Lance Deakon 38,  third Spencer Jones 37 c/b NTP 3rd Pat Conaghan 17th Ed Gregson

Wednesday March 12 Stableford Div. 1 first Jim Mangleson 39 second Mick Barnes 37 c/b third Dave Parks 37 c/b Div. 2 first Alan Stewart 43 c/b second Steve Oliver 43 c/b third Grant O’Donnell 42  NTP 3rd Mike Wilsdon 6th Trev Johnston 8th Steve Oliver 12th Ian Smith 15th Jake McNulty  17th John Whitlock

Saturday March 15 Irish 4 Ball first G Beattie, G Cowan, M Smith, P Mansfield second T Mitchell, J Gray, B Pollard, L Reid NTP 6th T Parker 8th J Whitlock 12th C Lindsay 15th J Wark 17th L Reid



The round-robin handicap singles competition run-down from first were: Fred, Mark, Max, Chris, Raini (+1), Maurice (+7), Matt (+4) and Robert. The doubles competition final was won by Mark Smith & Matt Ostilla (+2) 3-1 from Chris Strybos & Raini Kahn.

*** All welcome, play is at the Mullumbimby Tennis Clubhouse, Byron Street, Mullumbimby, Thursday evening 6.30pm start. Enquiries phone Mark 0409 473 517 or Chris 6684 1468.



Byron Bay

The Byron Bay Cycle Club is holding Criterium racing next Sunday March 23 in the Byron Industrial Estate off Bayshore Drive from Ewingsdale Rd. Registration will be near Bean Cafe carpark, Byron Bay in Centennial Circuit, at 6.30am for a 7am start.

Race entry payment at sign on desk $10. Cycling Australia Race Licences are to be presented and no Day Licences available. Please note that signing up or renewal can be done online with Cycling Australia website for licences for cycling competitions & events that include a comprehensive package of insurance cover. Any queries contact us on [email protected]aycycleclub.org.au and check our website www.byronbaycycleclub.org.au

Next following race dates Byron Bay Cycle Club is holding 27/4. More to follow.

We welcome any new or old to the sport either as Racing or Ride membership to join our club. BBCC aim is to promote a safe racing environment through training to improve the novice and social riders to an improved competitive level. We are aiming to have our new 1km Criterium track located at the new Byron Regional Sports & Cultural Centre for next season. The more club members the more support is generated for this project.

Training is on Tuesday and Thursday at 6am leaving from the Clock Tower in Byron St, near the corner of Jonson St, with moderate rides leaving at 6.30am on Monday Wednesday & Fridays. There’s also a longer club coffee ride that leaves at 6.30am Saturday at a more social pace, details with route announced Friday on our Facebook site.


Brunswick Heads

Wednesday 19/3/14

Round 10 – Perry Homes Comp

The Potato Works v Inky Business: B Trivett v A Attewell, A Li v R King, Y Gottlieb v W Knight, J Gribble v R Cameron, B Doran v C Naughton

The Loungeroom v Cape Byron Medical Centre: K Parolin v P Jones, N Moon v W Ferrier, B Schubert v T Candy, C Booth v J Nicolson, R James v J Hodges

Byron Bay Trophies v Brunswick Heads Pharmacy: C Littlewood v G Davis, C Walsh v C Sinclair, P Hill v S Schubert, P Gibson v G Carter, C Louwen v F King

Monday 24/3/14

Round 10 – Byron Health Foods Comp

Division 1: 4.30pm B Trivett v V Pires; 5pm L Tomasella v P Jones, C Littlewood v M Curran; 5.30pm L Powell v G Davis; 6.15pm A Attewell v T Kropp

Division 2: 4.30pm P Chaffer v S Koop, S Moon v N Moon; 5.30pm A Li v R King

Division 3: 4pm M Cassidy v Y Gottlieb, C Walsh v T Candy. C Sinclair bye

Division 4: 4pm R Draper v J Gribble; 4.30pm C Johnston v V McAllister; 5.30pm G Carter v B Schubert; 6.30pm A Cox v L Scott

Division 5: 5pm P Begg v J Hodges, R Costinzo v O Hamama; 5.30pm F King v C McAllister, B Doran v B Alander, R Cross v C Naughton

Wednesday 26/3/14

Round 11 – Perry Homes Comp

The Potato Works v The Loungeroom: 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 Bay Tophies: 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

*** Phone 6685 1794 to play.


Brunswick Heads

Tuesday 18/3/14

Round 7: Slice Pizzeria Comp

6pm Jets v Flash, Sweaties v Express. Duty: Dominators

7pm Dominators v Mangoes, Clarks v Kriss Kross. Duty: Express

Thursday 20/3/14

Round 10: Ocean Shores True Value Hardware Comp

6pm Exodia v Bingergeers, Devils v Divas. Duty: Fireflys

7pm Chilli Twist v Dashes, Mum’s the Word v NWA, Fireflys v Ice Blocks. MJS bye. Duty: Bingergeers

Tuesday 25/3/14

Round 8: Slice Pizzeria Comp

6pm Dominators v Express, Kriss Kross v Flash. Duty: Sweaties

7pm Clarks v Jets, Sweaties v Mangoes. Duty: Kriss Kross

*** Phone 6685 1794 to play. Beginners welcome


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