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SURF PATROLS

Byron Bay SLSC

Good Friday 18.4.14  PATROL NO 4:  9am – 5pm

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

Easter Saturday 19.4.14  PATROL NO 15:  9am – 5pm

Peter Hogan  PC, Alex Power  APC, Mick Rowley, Genevieve Rowley, Tom Rowley, Jono Manitta, Sean Pattison, Monty Dayman, Maddy Rowley, Shaun Coleman, Chris Johnson,

Peter Flannery, Kurt Tutt,  Rory Wilson

Easter Sunday 20.4.14. PATROL NO 9:  9am – 5pm

Garry Timperley PC (D), Jo Kay APC, Bob Kay, Mark Perkins, Kumar Rajaratram, Aidan Rajaratram, Tracey Timperley, Lee Perkins, Gabi Kay,  Madeline Adams, Scout Hembrow, Alex Barnes, Talli Hooper, Lucy Guye, Brad Smith, Isabella Jones, Stephen Martin/Grant

Easter Monday 21.4.14. PATROL NO 7:  9am – 5pm

Kaitlin Smith  PC , Hayley Coleman APC, Isha Law-Stocker, Doc Adams, Kelly  Templeman, Tegan Nelson-Chapman, David Freedman, Isabella McMullen, Jemma Pollock, Kisane Irwin, Ava Cormack, Amber Whipple,  Jeanine McKenzie,Lorne Greenlaw, Dan Peacock, Jed Erickson, Amie Smith,  Paul Smith (D)

SPORT RESULTS

BOWLS

Brunswick Heads Men

Wednesday April 2 Social Bowls 1st E Boyter, W Evans, R Carbines; 2nd F Hill, B Stewart, J Lawlor, 3rd K Boorman, N Sharp, M Masula. Sat 5th April Pennants Round 1 Brunswick No2’s 1 Point Cabarita 5 Points. Brunswick No 5’s 5½ points Pottsville ½ Point. Sunday April 6. District pairs played at Brunswick. M Turner def R Norris, T Makin def D Crow.

*** Easter Saturday John Foster Pairs start 12pm 3 Games x 12 ends. 1st prize $300 2nd $100 3rd $75 4th $50 Round Winner $30.

Brunswick Heads Women

Social Results: Phyllis Cameron, Kaye Soccio & Dawn Hay 13 def Margaret Darby, Marcia Chrichton & Fay Parkes 10. Irene Edwards & Blossom McCormick 17 def Julie Sanderson & Lyn Proudlock 9.  Bev Gawned & Bev Rose 13 def Rosa Kinnear & Darilyn Guest 10. Lucky Winners: Bev Gawned & Bev Rose. Lucky Losers: Margaret Darby, Marcia Chrichton & Fay Parkes. Raffle won by Kaye Soccio.

Championship games have commenced. Round 1: Open Pairs: Joy Kearney & Christine Lawrence defeated Annie Revie & Eveline Marks.

Please Note: Afternoon bowls is now back. Bowls start at 1.00pm names in by 12.00pm (not by 12.30pm as stated last week).  A BIG HAPPY BIRTHDAY to our Joan Loomes who turned 95 on April 7th.

Kingscliff Men

Club Championship News: In the Quarter-Finals of the club triples B Turner, T Hills, M Turner d R Julius, V Lewis, P Murphy; J Ritchie, D Crompton, G Searle d H Hockey, D Whittington, K Liddington; J Watson, P McGirr, P Watson d F McNamara, S Jamieson, R McLeay; M Mesic, B Griffiths, I Turnbull d S Wallace, P Gentle, P Crompton.

Social Bowls Results: The Kingscliff Meat Gallery Tuesday Morning Open Pairs: 1st April: Winners: E Taylor, K Liddington. Runners Up: R Watson, J Felton. Plate Winners: L Spencer, M Howarde.

*** Coming Up: The Artie Booth Men’s Three Bowl Pairs will be held on Monday 14th April and carries a prize pool of $2000.00. The Easter Saturday Bonanza, two games of two bowl triples, will be held on 19th April and also carries a prize pool of $2000.00.

 Pennants: The job of selectors is never an easy one, but with all divisions having wins in Round One, it appears that our selectors did their job well. Congratulations to all players and selectors. In Round Two we will again have four divisions playing at home. Division 2 plays Brunswick Heads, Divisions 3 and 6 play Cabarita and Division 7 plays Ocean Shores. Division 1 plays Ocean Shores at Ocean Shores and Division 5 plays Brunswick Heads at Brunswick. Practice will be held on Friday afternoon commencing at 3:00pm.

Tweed Valley Shield: Congratulations to all bowlers who played in this competition. Kingscliff finished in first place in Division A and were Runners Up Division B.

Kingscliff Women

Pennant Results:  Congratulations to the Grade 4 Pennant Team.  In the last three rounds, the team added 8 points to their overall score  to reach a total of 36.5 points and won the District Pennant.  Well done!  District Flag presentations will be held at Cudgen Leagues May 26. The side will continue on to the Region 1 pennant playoffs to be held  June 17th – 18th in the Clarence District.  The Grade 2 team played well during the season and reached a total point score of 23 points.

Results of social play Wed. April 9:  Winners: Jeanne Maass, Robyn Fuller, Maisie Lincoln on rink 5 and also Jan Curtis, Berris Lockett, Elaine Downes on rink 2.  Runners up: Sheila Davies, Ann Smith and Jenny Greenbank on rink 1. Raffle winner: Mary Brown.

Results of Open Pairs Championship games played April 11: P. Peck and C. Manderson d. M. Lincoln and P. Freeman. B. Petrie and B. Mirls d. J. Greenbank and A. Shipway.  R. Butler and C. Smith d. B. Lane and J. Scher.  D. Jones and S. Akers d. J. Hansen and A. McNamara.

*** The Cross Border Shield completed the season with a fun day at Tugun.  Those who took part in the series gained valuable experience playing at other clubs in a format similar to pennants and had fun doing it. 

In spite of many of our members busy with Pennants and Cross Border Games, Social bowls continued through March with good attendance most weeks.  Women’s social bowls are played every Wednesday starting at 12:30 pm.  Visitors are welcome.

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. 

The next monthly meeting will be held  Wed. April 16 at 10.30.

Mullumbimby Ex-Services Men

29/3/14 Saturday Social

B Stenner H Schollbach L Henry 34 d R Wainwright G Porter J McKay 12

M Nicholls J Canabou D Blake 29 d S Purdie M Esau M Burke 21

30/3/14 Sunday Main Arm Bush Fire

M Pyke J Sparks M Nicholls 34 d V Pyke J Nicholls M Sparks 4

E Harriden K Scott J Canabou 16 d I Scott Hannes J Scott 11

Big Bird M Stanford D Blake 18 d Tara L Hopson T Fenwick 9

C McClymont C McClymont H McKenna 22 d S Phelps A Lumsden H Schollbach

P Harriden R Wainwright 20 d J Foggo D Gower 10

2/4/14 Wednesday Social

B Neate C Pav J Canabou 25 d M Nicholls H McIlwain L Henry 14

B Ball D Ottery A Bartlett 20 d J Scott R Breckenridge M Flesser 17

Mullumbimby Ex-Services Women

Tuesday 8th April – Social – Pairs  :J.Lee, J.Towner (Winners) def. B.Reglin, B.Croft:  I.Pettendy, S.Thomas  def. S.Brown, J.Kidman. Grade 3 Pennants : Overall Winners – Congratulations Condong. Runner Ups  – Mullumbimby Ex-Services. Great effort by all our Pennant Players and many thanks also to the ladies who filled in including Controlling Bodies . Triples Championships – 22ndApril, General Meeting Friday 16th May at 10.30am every one is welcome.

Ocean Shores Men

Monday March 31  Triples first P Tornaros, J Rittway, M Flesser  second D Hughes, K Kennedy.

Pennant Results No 1’s lost No 2’s won No 6’s won No 7’s lost.

Monday April 7  Triples first P Tornaros, J O’Connor, M Haines  second T Baggio, B James, R Roberts.

Pennant Results No 1’s lost No 3’s won No 6’s won No 7’s lost.

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Ocean Shores Women

Wednesday April 9:   (Mixed – Secret Score)  Close games but L. Wright (swinger), Mal Flesser, D. Gardiner came out winners, they competed against L. Wright, M. Bertoli, G. Johnston;  J. Seamer (swinger), Marj Flesser, J. O’Connor def J. Seamer, G. Fox, J. Williams.

Friday April 11:  Last game of Pennant played against Cudgen Leagues who recorded an overall win against O/Shores and therefore were winners of Grade 2.   Congratulations to them and also to Condong (Grade 3) and Kingscliff (Grade 4).    A happy and safe Easter to everyone.

Pottsville Men

 *** 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

Men

District Pennant Round 2 has been completed and the following positions in each division are :

Div. 1 – Kingscliff 10, Pottsville 7, Condong 5, O/Shores 2.
Div. 2 – Cabarita 9.5, Kingscliff 9.5, Condong 3, B/Heads 2.
Div. 3 – O/Shores 11, Kingscliff 11, Cabarita 2, Byron Bay 0.
Div. 4 – Condong 9, Pottsville 8, M/bimby 7, Cabarita 6, Cudgen 5, B/bar 1.
Div. 5 – Kingscliff 11, B/Heads 6.5, Pottsville 5.5, Condong 1.
Div. 6 South – O/Shores 9, Byron Bay 6, M/bimby 6, Bangalow 3.
Div. 6 North – Cabarita 10.5, Kingscliff 6, Cudgen 6, Condong 1.5.
Div. 7 – Cabarita 11, Kingscliff 9.5, O/Shores 2, Condong 1.5.

*** Diary Dates:  Saturday April 19 – Brunswick Heads have their John Foster 4 bowl pairs.

Saturday May 3 – District Pennant Round 3. 

Sunday May 4 – First round of District Singles. Venues : Open – Cabarita; Reserve – Bangalow; Seniors – Pottsville. 

Women

2014 District Pennant are now completed.  This tournament attracted the best of our great bowlers to vie for the prestigious flag up for grabs in each grade.  Competition throughout the contest was quite fierce with many games going down to the wire.  Congratulations to the winners who will now go forward to contest the Regional flags at Grafton in June.  Results for the 2014 District Pennant are as follows.

Grade 2:  Cudgen Leagues 28.5 pts (Winners), Pottsville 25.2 pts (Runners-up), Kingscliff 23.5, Cabarita Beach 17, Ocean Shores 5.5 pts.

Grade 3: Condong 30 pts (Winners), Mullumbimby 25.5 pts (Runners-up), Brunswick Heads 23.5 pts, Cabarita Beach 13 pts, Cudgen Leagues 8 pts.

Grade 4: Kingscliff 36.5 pts (Winners), Pottsville 34.5 pts (Runners-up), Ocean Shores 23.5 pts, Cudgen Leagues 21.5 pts, Condong 18 pts, Brunswick Heads 16 pts.

Best wishes for good bowling at the Regional Play-Offs ladies.

BRIDGE

Ocean Shores

2/4/14 – 5 Table Mitchell

North/South – Winners C Blacker/G. Carson:  Runners-up P Sultas/E Wright

East/West  – Winners P Quirke/P Suillivan:  Runners-up J Bush/P Baldwin

We meet at the Ocean Shores Country Club every Wednesday evening.

Be seated by 6.15 pm Contact Pam 66803871

*** We meet @ Ocean Shores Country Club every Wednesday evening. Seated by 6.15pm. Contact Pam 6680 3871.

GOLF

Ocean Shores Men

Wednesday April 2 Stableford first Rob Gallagher 38c/b second Mike Kelly 38 c/b  third Tony Tarrant 38 c/b   4BBB Winners Dave Webber & Dennis Ensor 51 Runners Up Neil McDonald & Kurtis O’Keefe 50  NTP 3rd M Smith 6th P Hanigan 8th S Lovell  15th I Miller 17th Lochie Johnston (hole in one)

Saturday April 5  Stableford Div 1  first Hayden Eastwell 42 second Nick Porter 40   third Bruce Garrard 38 Div 2 first Graham Painter 38c/b second John Wark 38c/b third Ben Forsyth 38c/b   NTP 3rd A Cahill 6th J Jones 8th S Clifford 12th I Howard 15th G Mackay 17th B Kitchen.

Monday April 7  Stableford first Alex Redmond 38c/b  second Hayden Eastwell 38 c/b   NTP 3rd Peter Irby 17th Chippa Byron

Wednesday April 9 4BBB Stableford  first Rob Richards & Paul Hanigan 79 second Mark Smith & Bill Blair 74  third Steve Oliver & Rod Wade 74  NTP 3rd N Comer 6th M Krilich 8th L Trudgeon 12th M Krilich 15th R Richards  17th A Araby

Saturday April 12 Monthly Medal Stroke Blue Tees first Jon Hollingworth 67 second Craig Lindsay 70  third Garry Bourke 71 White Tees first Steve Pilcher 66 second Ray Darney 69 third Paul Windle 72  NTP 3rd J Willey 6th G Whiteside 8th J Willey  12th N Angel 15th S Moon 17th A Hancock.

Ocean Shores Sunday Mixed

4bbb Stableford Keno Qualifier. 36 players. Winners: Robin Moller/Andrew Watson 44pts c/b. Runners up: Jan/Ben Racine 44pts. Ball rundown to 40pts. NTP’s Ladies: Peta Price, Men: Juan Price. The 3 teams that will play in the Regional Final at Mullumbimby on July 6th are: Jan/Ben Racine + Marilyn Mandigo/Ken Lange + Kerry/Fred Williams.Next Sunday game is on May 4th, 2Person Aggregate Stableford. Good Luck.

Teven Men

Teven Golf Club Men’s Division held an 18 holes Stroke competition for the Monthly Medal on Saturday morning April  5with a 6.45am shotgun start.  The results were:  Winner: Robert Tillman (Net 49 off 72).  Runner up: Denis Leard (Net 50 off 72).  Ball run down:  Ian Coochiroff (Net 52), Ian McDuff (Net 53), Geoff Colnan (Net 54), Graham Mains (Net 55), Stuart McDonald (Net 57).  Nearest the Pins:  4th:  Ian McDuff;  8th:  Jim McGarry; 14th:  Stuart McDonald.  Putting:  Ian Coochiroff (25 putts).

Results from the Tenterfield away-trip over 29/30 March:  On Saturday 29 March the Men’s Division played an 18 holes Stableford competition.  Winner:  Geoff Colnan (37 points).  Runner-up:  Steve Blackmore (36 ps).  Ball rundown:  Garry Bourke (33 pts), Robert Tillman (32 pts), John Roche (31 pts – on a countback).  Nearest the Pins:  6th:  John Roche;  13th:  Robert Tillman;   18th:  Steve Blackmore.  Putting:  Steve Blackmore, Geoff Colnan and John Mathias – 32 putts each.  On Sunday 30 March the Men’s and Women’s divisions played an 18 holes Ambrose event.  The results were:  Winners:  Pat Mathias, Toni McDuff, Ian McDuff and Geoff Colnan (Net 55 off 72).  Runners Up:  Fran Haynes, Jenny Thomas, Steve Blackmore and Terry Prendergast (Net 58).

The Men’s Division held a 9 hole Stableford competition and third round of the Stableford Championship on Saturday morning April 12 with a 6.30am shotgun start.  The results were:  Winner: Steve Blackmore (23 points) on a countback from the  Runner up: Stuart McDonald (23 points).  Ball run down:  Terry Prendergast (22 points), Robert Tillman (20 points), Ian McDuff (20 points), Bill Wayte (20 points), Graham Mains (19 points).  Nearest the Pins:  4th:  Garry Bourke;  8th:  Steve Blackmore.  Putting:  A three way tie on 13 putts for Steve Blackmore, Bill Wayte, Stuart McDonald.

*** Next comp: Saturday april 19 – 9 hole 2 man Ambrose followed by a BBQ and fundraiser for the Westpac helicopter.  Note:  6.15am start for a 6.30am shotgun tee off.

SHOOTING

Murwillumbah Rifle Club

Fullbore: 500 yards: D Phippard 100.10, 5, 105.10; D Chittick 100.15, 3, 103.15;

W Shoobridge 99.12, 1, 100.12; S Dolan 99.12, 1, 100.12.

Scope: P Gill 113.3, 14, 127.3; G Morris 115.9, 11, 126.9; P Weeks 117.6, 5, 122.6;

R Millingen 112.5, 8, 120.5; Z Helyer 110.5, 9, 119.5.

Smallbore: Jason Wright 396, 37, 433; Abbey Harrison 385, 33, 418; G Johnston 398, 6, 404; J Binnie 390, 14, 404.

TABLE TENNIS

Mullumbimby

April 3

Chris Strybos won the Handicap Singles competition with Raini Kahn second and Max Schleuter third. The doubles competion final was a very close match with Raini Kahn & Matt Ostella defeating Mark Smith & Max Schlueter 3-2.

April 10

It was a count-back of games for/against in the Handicap Singles Event for first, Raini Kahn (+1) and second Chris Strybos and then again for third Mark Smith and fourth Peter McKenzie. The doubles competion final was won by Mark Smith & Matt Ostella 3-0 from Chris Strybos & Pele Safra.

*** 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.

SPORT DRAWS

SQUASH

Brunswick Heads

Wednesday 16/4/14

Round 14 – Perry Homes Comp

The Potato Works v Cape Byron Medical Centre – B Trivett v P Jones, A Li v W Ferrier, Y Gottlieb v T Candy, J Gribble v J Nicolson, B Doran v J Hodges

The Loungeroom v Byron Bay Trophies – K Parolin v C Littlewood, N Moon v C Walsh, B Schubert v P Hill, C Booth v P Gibson, R Cross v C Louwen

Inky Business v Brunswick Heads Pharmacy – A Attewell v G Davis, R King v S Koop, W Knight v G King, R Cameron v G Carter, C Naughton v F King

 

Monday 21/4/14

There will be no games on easter monday

 

Wednesday 23/4/14

Round 15 – Perry Homes Comp

The Potato Works v Inky Business – B Trivett v A Attewell, A Li v R King, Y Goittlieb 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 Cross v J Hodges

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

*** Phone 6685 1794 to play.

VOLLEYBALL

Brunswick Heads

Tuesday 15/4/14

Round 11 – Slice Pizzeria Comp

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

7pm Clarks v Mangoes, Express v Jets. Duty – Dominators

 

Thursday 17/4/14

Round 14 – Ocean Shores True Value Hardware Comp

6pm Mums the Word v MJS, Bingergeers v Ice Blocks. Duty – NWA

7pm Chilli Twist v Exodia, Fireflys v Dashes, NWA v Devils. Divas bye. Duty – Ice Blocks

 

Tuesday 22/4/14

Round 12 – Slice Pizzeria Comp

6pm Flash v Dominators, Clarks v Sweaties. Duty – Kriss Kross

7pm Express v Kriss Kross, Jets v Mangoes. Duty – Sweaties

New 3 a side ladies comp starts 8/5/14. phone 66851794 to play. beginners welcome

*** Phone 66851794 to play. Beginners welcome.

 

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