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Be CaféSmart about a cuppa donation for homelessness charities

Most people would be shocked to know how close to homelessness some people in the community are – some people might be very shocked to know how close they themselves are to homelessness. It doesn’t take much.

Other News

Saddle Road land snapped up for $10m

A picturesque property in Brunswick Heads that was once slated to become an eco-village may become a light industrial precinct after the owners sold it to a developer for $10 million. 

Ballina Shire Council supports application for new croquet club

The Ballina Croquet Club is hoping to receive up to $300,000 in funding for a new club house at Cawarra Park. 

There’s a Byron Shire north?

Jenny Mansfield, Ocean Shores I received a calendar via letterbox drop from Alan Hunter ‘Vote 1 for Byron Shire Council’. They...

Vehicle access to Unicorn Falls to close

President of the recently formed Byron Hikers Club says a ‘controversy is brewing’ around National Parks’ recently announced plans to close vehicle access to Unicorn Falls, located on South Chowan Road behind Upper Main Arm.

Shooting in Nimbin

There is a police operation currently underway in Nimbin following a shooting earlier today.

Open-air art walk by the river at Murwillumbah completed

The Ages of the Tweed mural that accompanies the open-air riverside art walk has now been completed.


Brunswick SLSC

Saturday, Apr 5, 9am – 4pm

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 McDonald, Georgia McDonald.

Sunday, Apr 6, 9am – 4pm

Patrol 3: Captain: Sue Keogh

Andrew Arthur,Terry Currie, Julie Simpson, Jordan Evans, Luke Shelley, Chantelle Reynolds, Azlan Currie, Zalie Currie, Todd Arthur, Rochelle Arthur, Georgia Sigley, Fiona Francis.

Byron Bay SLSC

Saturday 5.4.14  PATROL NO 1: 10am – 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

Sunday 6.4.14. PATROL NO 12:  9am – 4pm

Gomer Pile PC, Mark Sewell APC, Michael Neighbour, Maryanne Sewell, Ellis Mashett, Louise Capper/ Marty Callahan, Shaun Sewell, Caitlin Callahan, Liz Harvey, Claire/Amanda Sewell, Catherine Harvey, Phil Harvey



Brunswick Heads Men

Wednesday March 19

Social Bowls 1st K Hosie, J Rittway, B Montgomery; 2nd C Farrell, W Hedges, L Leach. Cock of the Walk – D Turnbull. Major Singles Semi-Finals, L O’Donnell def E Hanrahan, G Rendell def G Moroney. Final Sunday 1pm. L O’Donnell v G Rendell Marker J Foster. District Pairs Next round 6/4/14, 9am Start, Rollup 8.45am. S Hamond v M Turner, S Robinson v R Norris, D Crow v B Sweeny, T Makin v C Sheppard.  This Sunday Mufti Bowls and Brekky $10.00. Ring Club get your Name in. Reserve Pairs D Proudlock and Croft. First round winners unfortunately lost second round. Good effort boys.

Wednesday March 26

Social Bowls 1st W Evans, R Carbines; 2nd K Hosie, R Roberts. Cock of the Walk – D Turnbull. Sat Open Pairs 1st R Tonkin, J Hay. 2nd D Turnbull, M Petrou. Minor Jackpot won by Bloss & Gary. Major Jackpot not won, Open Pairs will continue after pennants. Sunday Mufti – Great Crowd. 1st Lucas O’ Donnell, Gavin O’Donnell, Kara O’Donnell. 2nd T Allard, Helen, J Boyle. Major Singles Final, G Rendell def L O’Donnell.

*** Coming Events Brunswick 2s Home, Brunswick 5s Away.

Brunswick Heads Women

Social: Margaret Darby & Lyn Proudlock 18 def Nan Stearrman15.  Denise Batson & Dawn Hay 24 def Shirley Tisdell (vis) & Marcia Chrichton 12.

Pennants:Round 5.  Grade 3. Brunswick Heads 5 Cabarita 0. Grade 4. Brunswick Heads 1 Kingscliff 4. Round 6.  Grade 4 Brunswick Heads 1 Ocean shores 4.

Social: Rosa Kinnear & Margaret Darby 18 def Phyllis Cameron & Marcia Chrichton 15.

Pennants Results: Round 7: Grade 3: Brunswick 1 Condong 4. Grade 4: Brunswick 0 Pottsville 5. Round 8: Grade 3: Brunswick v Mullumbimby postponed until 4th April due to rain. Grade 4: Brunswick 0 Cudgen 5.

Kingscliff Men

March 31

Club Championship News: In the quarterfinals 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. The date for the Semi-Final TBA.

Super Challenge: Kingscliff met Toombul in the Quarter-finals and unfortunately went down 3 rinks to 2. Congratulations on making it this far. It bodes well for the pennants season which begins the Saturday April 5.

Pennants: In Round One: Divisions 1, 5, and 7 play Condong at Kingscliff. Division 2 plays Condong at Condong. Division 3 plays Byron Bay at Byron Bay and Division 6 plays Cudgen at Cudgen.

Tweed Valley Shield: Congratulations to both A and B Division on their performance during this competition. A win against Tugun in the final game saw A Division retain first place and B Division remained in third place.

Social Bowls Results: The rain last week saw most social bowls washed out. Saturday March 29 Triples: Winners: N Lake, T Abraham, J Findlay; B Swift, D Smith. Plate winners: M Scott, S Dawson, T Hills. 

Kingscliff Women

Pennant Results:  Grade 2:  Round 5: Kingscliff 4 pts v Cudgen.  Round 6:  Kingscliff  had a bye.  Grade 4:  Round 5:  Kingscliff 4 pts v Brunswick Heads.  Round 6: Kingscliff  v Condong game cancelled after heavy rain at Condong forced their greens to be closed.  The game has been rescheduled.  In the final week, Kingscliff Grade 2 plays Ocean Shores at home Wed. April 2 in round 9 and  Cudgen at Cudgen  Thurs. April 3 in round 10.  Grade 4 plays Pottsville at Pottsville  Tues. April 1 in round 9  and Brunswick Heads at home Fri. April 4 in round 10.

Pennant Results:  Grade 2:  At the end of round 6, Kingscliff had 17 pts out of a possible 20 putting them at the top of the ladder with Cabarita and Cudgen close behind. It should be noted, however, that because of byes, Kingscliff has played only 4 games to the end of round 6 while all other teams have played 5 games.  In round 7, Kingscliff won a half a point v Pottsville.  At the end of round 6, Grade 4 is also at the top of their ladder with a total of 24 pts out of a possible 30 having won 5 pts v Condong in a rescheduled round 6 game.  In round 7,  Kingscliff  won 4.5 pts v Cudgen. Round 8 v Pottsville was cancelled because of the weather and has been rescheduled.

*** The regular games in the Tweed Border Shield are now complete. Based on the points accumulated during the competition, the club standing 1st will play the club standing 2nd,  3rd will play 4th , and 5th will play 6th .

Entry into our Club Championship pairs closes Fri. April 4 with games beginning Fri. 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.

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

Mullumbimby Ex-Services Men

15/3/14 Saturday Men’s Triples Semi Final

S Johnston D Blake D Hammond 27 d J Canabou H Mcwain L Henry 19

N Lee P Johnson G McKenzie25 d S Abraham P Thompson J McKay 13

16/3/14 Sunday Men’s Triples Final

S Johnston D Blake D Hammond 24 d P Johnson G McKenzie N Lee 20

Mullumbimby Ex-Services Women

Friday March 14 Pennants Grade 3 – Condong 4  def. Mullumbimby 1 :  Tuesday 18th March – Social – J.Towner, S.Brown, S.Thomas (W) def. J.Towner, J.Lee, I.Pettendy. Raffle : S.Brown.

*** Committee Meeting April 8 at 1O.3OAM, don’t forget your spinners. Pennant Luncheon  Wednesday April 9 at Ex-Services Club at 12pm, all members welcome.

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.

Monday March 17   Triples first S Warren, J Hay, D Magnusson second T Larsen,  L Hoffman, P Quirke third E Boyter, R Roberts, B Montgomery.

Monday March 24  Triples first J O’Connor, D Moor, M Haines  second C Pavlovich, P Quirke, L Hoffman third K McMorrow, B Jordan, B Gibson.

District Pairs Winners Open B Sweeney, D Taylor & T Makin, G Condie. Reserve G Collins, B Clarke & B Fahy, D Magnusson.

Ocean Shores Women

Friday 21:   As Pennant is now being played numbers have been down for Social bowls but  those who attended today enjoyed the competition which was Highest No of Ends.   Two teams recorded the same number of ends but P. Sullivan, M. Bertoli (Pairs) were victorious and won on a C/B (margins) from B. Sprengel (swinger), J. Seamer, M. James.   Those who were defeated were J. Busch, L. McGowran (Pairs) and B. Sprengel (swinger), B. Stone, J. Williams (Triples).

Pottsville Men

Monday 10 March

Tweed Valley Shield.  Round 8 of this competition was conducted at Tugun against Tugun.  The A Division side had a nice win but unfortunately the  Division chaps went down. Best wishes for good bowling in the final round at South Tweed BC against Tweed Heads 31 March.

Wednesday 19 March:

Social Bowls – Jim Banks, Kev Hall and Jim Field got together to take home the winners prize today with George Stewart, Harry Newling and Ron Appleton collecting the runners-up cash.  Saturday 22 March: Social Bowls – The Bennett boys, Alan and Mark, came in as winners today.  Bert Moore and Gary Roots were the runners-up.

Saturday 22 March:

Club Championship Triples Final – In a very tough, hard fought game, congratulations go to this years champions Jam Banks, Doug Moir and Ken McInness who defeated Brian Pollard, Phil Bennett and Luke Wade 19-18.

Club Championship Pairs – Greg Sawtell and Paul Earl defeated Kev Hall and Ron Parker 31-12.  Jason Raison and Steve Waygood defeated Damien Sparkes and Bob Nathan 26-17. Tony Halloran and Ray Chandler defeated Shane Lofts and Graham Crawley 19-13.  Congrats to all of today’s winners.

Monday 24 March:

Tweed Valley Shield.  Round 9 of this competition was conducted at Kingscliff BC against Coolangatta.The A Division side, once again, had a win.  Try as they might, the B Division guys just couldn’t get over the line.

Wednesday 26 March:

Social bowls – Roy Gleeson, Ron Parker and Geoff Reading gelled very well today to take out the winners prize.  Close behind were runners-up Chicka Gallagher, Laurie Boekmann and Tony Halloran.

Saturday 29 March:

In lieu of social bowls, members got together for a successful ‘in house’ pennant trial day and are looking forward to a successful season beginning Saturday 5 April.  First round – Grade 1 v Ocean Shores (away), Grade 4 v Cudgen at home and Grade 5 v Brunswick Heads at home.  Best wishes for good bowling to all our lads.

*** 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.

TBDBS Veterans out for a morning game of bowls,

Tweed Byron District Bowling Association


Club championships have been under way.  Down at Mullumbimby, the final of the Club Triples was a hard fought game with Simon Johnston, Darrin Blake and Des Hammond taking the championship title after defeating Phil Johnson, George McKenzie and Neville Lee. Congrats to both teams on a great game.

Over at Pottsville, the Club Triples final was an absolute cliff hanger with only one shot the difference at game end  Congrats to Jim Banks, Doug Moir and Ken McInness, this year’s triples champions and the runners-up Brian Pollard, Phil Bennett and Luke Wade.  Great entertainment, guys.

*** Seniors Week, this year, was observed mid March; so what better timing for the T.B.D.B.A. to conduct their Veterans Day on 19 March.  Special guests, Zone 1 President Kevin Soward and Secretary/State Councillor Ron Woodward, joined with members to celebrate their special day. We had 38 Veterans and Super Veterans from within the District gathered at Brunswick Heads B.C. to engage in this event. Thankfully, threatening storms held off allowing the men to enjoy a friendly morning of bowls.

Following lunch, the Badge Pinning ceremony, under the baton of MC District Secretary Tony Hart, was  a grand affair with our Special Zone 1 guests performing the honours of badge presentations.

District President, Jim Clark, would like to thank our host, Brunswick Heads BC for assisting in making the day a wonderful success 

Meanwhile, back in every day “bowls-land”

With the 2014 Pennant season commencing Saturday April 5, best wishes for good bowling to all contestants. 


2014 Pennant season is well under way.  With the high calibre of bowlers in this year’s tournament, great bowling displays have been enjoyed by spectators and fellow players alike.  Many games have gone down to the wire with only one shot making the difference between whether a side collected one or five points.

Results as at the end of round six in all grades are now available and causing tension and excitement to teams as only four rounds now remain for a chance to win the flag.  Please note that these results are only by telephone and have yet to be confirmed.

Results to the end of  round six are:  Grade 2 – Kingscliff 17; Cabarita Beach 16.5; Cudgen Leagues 15; Pottsville 11; Ocean Shores .5.Grade 3 – Condong 17 (round 6 rained off and yet to be played); Brunswick Heads 14.5; Mullumbimby 13; Cudgen Leagues 5.5; Cabarita Beach 5 (round 6 rained off and yet to be played). Grade 4 – Kingscliff 19; Pottsville 18; Brunswick Heads 14.5; Ocean Shores 13.5; Condong 12; Cudgen Leagues 8.

Best wishes for good bowling to all contestants for the remainder of the competition.

*** Sunday March 16 was the day selected by Brunswick Heads B.C. for the World’s Greatest Shave in support of the Leukaemia Foundation. Hats off  to Brunswick bowler, Julie Sanderson, who put her hand up to have her locks removed to aid this worthy cause. Julie has already raised over $3,500 with donations still rolling in. Congratulations Julie on such a great effort.  You’re a legend in your own time!

Congratulations are in order for Sandra Akers, Kingscliff W.B.C., who is now the 2014 Club Open Singles champion.  Runner-up in the final was Barbara Mirls.  Well done, Sandra.

Pottsville B.C. St. Patrick’s Day Seafood Fours was a grand day out.  With big prize money up for grabs and, of course, the attraction of a fabulous seafood lunch to complete the outing, 114 bowlers from Lowood (way up in Qld,) down to Ballina entered this event.  Winners on the day were Pottsville’s own Bert Moore, George Moore, Doug Moir and Marie Comerford (Skip).  Congratulations to all contestants who, I believe, will be returning for a repeat of this event next year.


Ocean Shores

March 19


North/South Winners:    A. Hauser/M Clark               2nd:    R Simons/P. Hems

East/West Winners:              J. Bush/G. Bridgman     2nd:    P. Quirke/P. Sullivan

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


Byron Bay

Criterium results for Byron Bay Cycle Club held in Byron Bay Industrial Estate on Sunday March 23

Race was fielded by a number of riders of clubs including, Grafton, Murwillumbah, Brisbane and Ballina.

A Grade:

1. Reuben Donati Logan CC

2. Kasey Clark MBCC

3. Matt Slee MBCC

B Grade:

1. Joe Kerrigan BBCC

2. Andrew Blackmore BBCC

3. Alan Hainsworth BBCC

Combined A & B Grade Prime:

Reuben Donati Logan C

C Grade

1. Nick Ruane BBCC

2. Geoffrey Morrison BBCC

3. Jeff Finnigan MBCC

Prime: Jason Hardy BBCC

Junior: 4Th C Grade Place: Kiran Rajaratnam BBCC

Female:  Simone Kendrick MBCC


Mullumbimby Ex-Services

Wednesday March 19

Hgh peg Don, 58. High score 140 twice PJ.

*** All welcome – Phone Rick 0408 245 241.

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. one first Jim Mangleson 39 second Mick Barnes 37 c/b  third Dave Parks 37 c/b  Div. two first Alan Stewart 43c/b  second Steve Oliver 43c/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

Monday March 17

Stableford first Chippa Byron 43  second Bob Cameron 41   NTP  17th Ed Gregson

Wednesday March 19 Stableford Div. one first Ben Sweeney 41 39 second  Jim Mangleson 40  third Gary Richards 39 c/b  Div. two first Ray Lally 44  second Bill Blair 39 third John Govett 38 c/b  NTP 3rd Ian Howard 6th Bill Connors 8th Richard Killion 12th Paul Montgomery 15th Warren Prince  17th Wilf Sprengel

Saturday March 22

Single Stableford  first  M Smith 41 second Al Dickens 39 third Robby Goodacre 38 c/b fourth Graham Beattie 38 c/b  NTP 3rd Simon Dean  6th N Moon 8th T Byron 12th R Brown 15th L Prendergast 17th I Wingad

4 BBB winners R Goodacre, B Forsyth.

Monday March 24

Stableford first Ray Conway 40  second Frank Miller 39 c/b   NTP 3rd Gary Richards 17th Chippa Byron

Wednesday March 26

Stableford Div. one first Trevor Mitchell 41 second Bob Baxter 39   third Ian Miller 38  Div. two first Al Shambler 41  second Ken Caldwell 40 third Aran Araby 37 c/b  NTP 3rd Bob Baxter 6th Richard Skillen 8th Jake McNulty 12th Nick Comer   15th Bob Cameron  17th Ian Miller

Saturday March 29

Stableford Div. one first Mike Chorlton 40 second Wayne King 38c/b   third Greame Boyd 38c/b  Div. two first Bob Toone 39  second Peter Jordain 37c/b third Greg Mockler 37 c/b  NTP 3rd Ken Jones 6thMatt Peterson 8th Ian Maihalic 12th Bob Neate   15th Richard Killion  17th Neil Hulyer.

Ocean Shores Sunday Mixed

March 30

4bbb v Par. 30 players. Winners: Sue/Tony Tarrant +8, Runners Up: Mark Hyde/Adrian Bow +6. Balls down to +1. NTP’s Ladies Peta Price, Men Ian Wingad. Next game April 13thKeno Qualifier 4bbb Stableford with the 3 top teams going on to play in the Regional Final at Mullumbimby in July.

Teven Men

Teven Golf Club Men’s Division held a 9 holes Stableford competition on Saturday morning March 22 with a 6.45am shotgun start.

This competition was the second round of the 4-round 2014 Stableford Championship  The results were:  Winner: Bill Wayte (23 pts).  Runner-up: Denis Leard (22 pts) – on a countback.  Ball run down:  Michael Lynch (22 pts), Barry Kiddle (20 pts), Ian McDuff (20 pts), Terry Prendergast (20 pts), Greg Unwin (19 pts).  Nearest the Pins:  4th:  Bill Kennedy;  8th:  Ian McDuff.  Putting:  Bill Wayte (11 putts).  Next comp: Sat 29 March – for those not going on the away-trip to Tenterfield, there will be a 9 holes Stableford competition at Teven.   Note:   6.30am start for a 6.45am shotgun tee off.

The Men’s Division held a 9 holes Stableford competition on Saturday morning 29 March with a 6.45am shotgun start.

The results were:  Winner: Graham Mains (23 pts) – on a countback.  Runner up: Bill Wayte (23 pts).  Ball run down:  Kerry Taylor (21 pts), Stuart McDonald (21 pts), Ian Coochiroff (19 pts).  Nearest the Pins:  4th:  John Williams;  8th:  Stuart McDonald.  Putting:  Denis Leard, Stuart McDonald and John Williams (14 putts each).  Tenterfield away-weekend:  The Men’s and Women’s clubs travelled to Tenterfield for competitions over 29/30 March – results from those competitions to be published next week.

*** Next comp: Sat 5 April – 18 holes Stroke competition for the Monthly Medal.   Note:   6.30am start for a 6.45am shotgun tee off.


Murwillumbah Rifle Club

Fullbore: 900 yards: T Matthews 99.6, 1, 100.6; D Chittick 96.4, 4, 100.4; G Davids 97.4, 1, 98.4; S Dolan 96.7, 1, 97.7.

Scope: P Weeks 115.2, 4, 119.2; Z Helyer 102.3, 12, 114.3; P Gill 99.2, 15, 114.2;

D McNamara 104.2, 6, 110.2.

Smallbore: G Johnston 395, 7, 402; B Rooney 381, 21, 402; F Binding 400, 1, 401; P Gill 398, 3, 404; G Callagan 380, 21, 401; H Harvey 387, 11, 398; R Amos 386, 12, 398; I Erbs 393, 4, 397; V Binnie 388, 9, 397; J Binnie 375, 15, 390.


All Girls Surfriders Club Lennox Head 201

All Girls Surfriders Club Lennox Head

.After a staggered start to the year All Girls Surfriders were finally able to surf their first club round of 2014. We surfed our home break at Lennox Head Beach and conditions were fantastic but hard work!. South bank was messy with a challenging paddle to get through the sets, but once out the back there was decent size. North bank had some cleaner reforms coming through which gave the U18 division and U13 division a chance to show the judges what they could do.

All Girls has over 100 member signed on this year ! We would like to thanks everyone who pitched in and judged, flagged, kept time, and generally got involved. Well done to everyone who surfed! Next club-round will be held at Flat Rock.

Results from March 2014 are –


1. Ebony Santamaria; 2. Leilani Morgan; 3.Shelly Cutts; 4. Ange Spehr

18 & Under:

1. Mahlia Carr; 2. Jasmine Sloane; 3. Shaylla Young; 4. Luca Murdoch


1. Maz Pentecost; 2. Tracey Nobbs; 3. Nicole Rappell; 4. Megan Rush

13 & Under:

1. Skye Thomas; 2. Chloe Mason; 3. Mahlia James; 4. Mia Schirmer

Over 35’s:

1. Jane Collins; 2. Karin Ochsner; 3. Angela Allen; 4. Melissa Wright

Senior Beginners:

1. Alicia Charleston; 2. Cory Whitney; 3. Annika Sturday; 4. Sjonelle




Two people completed the round-robin singles competition on equal match wins; but on a count-back of games for/against it was Mark Smith who won the night with Chris Strybos second. The doubles competion final was won by Raini Kahn & Chris Strybos 3-1 from Mark Smith & Maurice Tate (+4).

Chris Strybos lost only one match to Mark Smith 1-3 to take out the singles competition.  The next three had equal match wins, so they were decided on a count-back of games for and against: Max Schleuter, Raini Kahn and Mark Smith.  The doubles competion final was won by Chris Strybos & Maurice Tate (+2) 3-1 from Mark Smith & Matt Ostilla.

*** 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.



Tuesday  April 1, Little Stormers and Storm Troopers 4.30pm to 5.45pm

A Grade Women April 1

6.m Court 1: Aussie Dent Girls v Mixed Social A Grade Women’s (odd shots/Breakers/Red Hot) Court 2: Social Scrimmage

NB: only 6pm game this week due to Marist

Referees: 6pm; Jay W, Dave

Wednesday April 2

6pm Court 1: Flying Dutchmen v Hooters Court 2: Nads v Dreamers

7pm Court 1: Gain Train v Black Panthers

Court 2: Lemos v United Nations

Referees: 6pm, Tony, Len, Sam C, James 7pm: Callum B, Len, Phil

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


Brunswick Heads

Wednesday 2/4/14

Round 12 – Perry Homes Comp

The Potato Works v Byron Bay 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

The Loungeroom v Brunswick Heads Pharmacy – K Parolin v G Davis, N Moon v C Sinclair, B Schubert v G King, C Booth v G Carter, R Cross v F King

Inky Business v Cape Byron Medical Centre – AAttewell v P Jones, R King v W Ferrier, W Knight v T Candy, R Cameron v J Nicolson, C Naughton v J Hodges

Monday 7/4/14

Round 12 – Byron Health Foods Comp

Division 1 – 5.00pm G Davis v L Tomasella, M Curran v T Kropp, B Trivett v A Attewell, V Pires v P Jones; 5.30pmL Powell v C Littlewood

Division 2 – 4pm N Moon v P Chaffer; 5.30pm R King v S Moon, A Li v S Koop

Division 3 – C Walsh v Y Gottlieb, M Cassidy v T Candy

Division 4 – 4pm J Gribble v B Schubert, V McAllister v C Johnston; 5.30pm G Carter v R Draper

Division 5 – 4pm B Doran v J Hodges, C McAllister v R Cross, ; 5.30pm P Begg v R Costinzo, F King v C Naughton, O Hamama v B Alander


Wednesday 9/4/14

Round 13 – Perry Homes Comp

The Potato Works v Brunswick Heads Pharmacy – B Trivett v G Davis, A Li v C Sinclair, Y Gottlieb v G King, J Gribble v G Carter, B Doran v F King

The Loungeroom v Inky Business – K Parolin v A Attewell, N Moon v R King, B Schubert v W Knight, C Booth v R Cameron, R Cross v C Naughton

Byron Bay Trophies v Cape Byron Medical Centre – C Littlewood v P Jones, C Walsh v W Ferrier, P Hill v T Candy, P Gibson v J Nicolson, C Louwen v J Hodges

*** Phone 6685 1794 to play.


Brunswick Heads

Tuesday 1/4/14

Round 9 – Slice Pizzeria Comp

6pm Flash v Express, Sweaties v Jets. Duty – Clarks

7pm Kriss Kross v Mangoes, Clarks v Dominators. Duty – Flash


Thursday 3/4/14

Round 12 – Ocean Shores True Value Hardware Comp

6pm Devils v MJS, Exodia v Ice Blocks. Duty – Dashes

7pm NWA v Divas, Dashes v Bingergeers, Chilli Twist v Fireflys. Mum’s the Word bye. Duty – Exodia


Tuesday 8/4/14

Round 10 – Slice Pizzeria Comp

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

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

*** Phone 66851794 to play. Beginners welcome


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