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Brunswick Heads Men

Week Ending 22/6/14 – Wed 18 June Social Bowls Results, 1st P Solomon, B Congdon, B McClelland, 2nd L Harris, P Brassington, M Petrou. 3rd E Boyter, P Kutz, R Carbines. Triples Final – D Turnbull, M Masula, G Rendell, defeated, J Anderson, L Edmonds, B Montgomery. Next Sat Open Meat Tray Pairs. 1.00pm Start 1st 5 Places $30.00 Meat Tray. Sat 21/6/14 Zone Pennant Finals. No1s Kingscliffe def Ballina. No2s Cabarita def East Lismore. Go Tweed-Byron

Brunswick Heads Women

Social: Phyllis Cameron, Marcia Crichton & Lyn Proudlock 17 def Dot Gardiner, Jenny Meinel & Eveline Marks 15. Denise Batson, Kerry Dexter & Marion Parsons 17 def Denise Batson (swing), Rosa Kinnear & Pauline Brining 14. Championship Results:  Open Triples: Bev Gawned, Jenny Lofts & Blossom McCormick def Joy Kearney, Julie Sanderson & Judy Wright. Kaye Soccio, Christine Lawrance & Bev Smith def Margaret Darby, Dawn Hay & Darilyn Guest.

Winners: Kaye Soccio, Christine Lawrance & Bev Smith. Lucky Losers: Dot Gardiner, Jenny Meinel & Eveline Marks. Raffle winner: Bev Rose.

Mullumbimby Ex-Services Women

Tuesday 17th June : Major Singles Championships – S.Thomas def. G.Henry – Marker J.Lee: Social – D.Gower, E.Leclere, I.Pettendy, J.Kidman (Rink W) def. D.Gower, R.Mills, B.Reglin, H.Robb.  Raffle – E.Leclere. Annual Membership Fees to be paid by 30th June. Chincogan 4’S – 14th July – Picnic Lunch – $48.00 per team, entries by 9th July.

Ocean Shores Women

WED. 18th:   The mixed bowlers enjoyed 2 games during the afternoon with winners decided on Ends.   Close results but the victors were  T. Warr, D. Gardiner, G. Johnston followed by M. Sparke, M. Bertoli, M. James.    M. Franks, W. Sprengel, J. O’Connor tied on ends with K. Gallard, N. Gartner, B. Sprengel.

FRI. 20th: District Gala Day saw 20 teams compete at our Club;  congratulations to the winners and to all who made the day such a success.

Tweed Byron District Bowling Association


June 17/18:  Region One Pennant Play-Offs were conducted at Grafton W.B.C. with Cudgen Leagues  Gr. 2, Condong Gr. 3 and Kingscliff Gr. 4. representing the Tweed Byron District.  Not being familiar with the artificial turf, the ladies were not deterred and battled on  valiantly giving their best in the trying conditions.  Whilst the girls were unable to collect top honours, they are to be congratulated on their fine effort and great bowling. Congrats to Nambucca Heads Gr. 2, Coffs Harbour Gr. 3 and Ballina  Gr. 4, the winners of this competition.  Our best wishes go to these women when they head off to State Play-offs at Port Stephens in August.

June 20:  District Gala Day at Ocean Shores was a grand affair.  Both greens were filled to capacity for a super fun day loaded with friendship and laughter   Winners on the day were Julie Kent (s), Kate Potter, Lyn Ross and Sue Goode, with Aileen McNamara, Eileen Taylor, Bev Lane and Rita Butler collecting the runners-up money. Random rink prizes were won by Thelma Warr, Kay Soccio, Jean Kidman, Annie Revie, Lorna Arnott, Judy Williams, Jenny Glasby and Lyn McGowran.   Many thanks to the clubs that provided raffles for the day.

District President Betty Croft would like to thank Ocean Shores B.C., our hosts for this event who, with wonderful hospitality and friendship, made a super day for all in attendance.

*** Diary Date:  July 21:  District Versatile Sixes to be conducted at Cabarita Beach B.C.  Entries close 14 July with District Secretary, Annie Revie.  Please ensure nominations and monies reach Annie by this date. 


Ocean Shores

June 18

5 Table Mitchell

North / South

1st –             Jenny Bush & Jacqui Murray

2nd –            Carmel Blacker & Graham Carson


East / West

1st –            Ian & Gail Pick

2nd –            Peter Quirke & Pam Sullivan

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


Teven Men

June 21

Teven Golf Club Men’s Division held a 9 holes modified Stableford competition on Saturday morning 21 June with a 6.30am shotgun start.   This Captain’s Day competition was played using a modified stableford points system that rewarded good play and punished poor play.  The results were:  Winner: Geoff Colnan (26 pts).  Runner up: Ian McDuff (25 pts).  Ball run down:  Rob Tillman (24 pts), Anthony Cattle (24 pts), John Mathias (22 pts), Greg Fowler (21 pts),  Steve Blackmore (20 pts).  NTPs:  1st (2nd shot):  Anthony Cattle;  4th ( 2nd shot):  Rob Tillman;  8th:  Garry Bourke.  Putting:  John Mathias (10 putts).  Other special prizes:  2nd (Straightest drive):  Steve Blackmore;  3rd (Chip over the bank and NTP):  Garry Bourke;  5th (Chip over bunker and NTP):  Jacques Briand;  6th (Longest drive):  Garry Bourke;  7th (Long putt):  Greg Unwin:  8th (Chip from rough and NTP):  Greg Fowler.  Many thanks – to Steve Blackmore for arranging and cooking a BBQ breakfast after the game.

*** Next comp: Sat 28 June – 9 holes Stableford competition and 4th round of the Winter Pointscore Competition – 6.15am start for a 6.30am shotgun tee off.



Lismore Basketball


Wednesday June 25  – 6pm, court 1: Black Panthers Vs United Nations7:00pm Court 1: NADS Vs Gain Train

Referees: 6:00pm Len/Tony 7:00pm Len/Katie

*** NB: Hoops 101 will be on June 27 and 28with a two hour Session and Coaches Clinic on Friday and Hoops 101 Mini Camp on Saturday with Mike Kelly and former WNBA player Aja Parham.

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


Brunswick Heads

Wednesday 25/6/14

Round 7 – Perry Homes Comp

Cape Byron Medical Centre v Inky Business – R King v N Moon, W Ferrier v C Walsh, W Knight v R Cameron, J Nicolson v J Gribble, R Cross v C Naughton

Byron Bay Trophies v The Potato Works – C Littlewood v G Davis, T Dryden v T Candy, P Hill v K Schafer, A Cox v C Booth, F KIng v O Hamama

Brunswick Heads Pharmacy v The Loungeroom – K Parolin v P Jones, Y Gottlieb v A Li, S Koop v P Gibson, G Carter v J Hodges, B Doran v C Louwen


Monday 30/6/14

Round 7 – Byron Health Foods Comp

Division 1 – 5pm B Trivett v G Davis, T Kropp v P Jones, A Attewell v L Tomasella; 5.30pm L Powell v C Littlewood. M Curran bye

Division 2 – 4.30pm R King v S Koop; 5pm C Walsh v S Moon, A Li v N Moon; 7pm Y Gottlieb v T Candy

Division 3 – 4.30pm C Johnston v P Gibson; 5pm J Gribble v B Schubert; 5.30pm G Carter v J Hodges. R Draper bye

Division 4 – 4.30pm C Naughton v B Doran; 5pm F King v B Alander, O Hamama v R Costinzo, P Begg v C McAllister


Wednesday 2/7/14

Round 8 – Perry Homes Comp

Cape Byron Medical Centre v The Potoato Works – C Littlewood v K Parolin, T Dryden v Y Gottlieb, P Hill v S Koop, A Cox v G Carter, F King v B Doran

Byron Bay Trophies v Brunswick Heads Pharmacy – C Littlewood v K Parolin, T Dryden v Y Gottlieb, P Hill v S Koop, A Cox v G Carter, F King v B Doran

Inky Business v The Loungeroom – N Moon v P Jones, C Walsh v A Li, R Cameron v P Gibson, J Gribble v J Hodges, C Naughton v C Louwen

*** Phone 6685 1794 to play.


Brunswick Heads

Tuesday 24/6/14

Round 5 – Slice Pizzeria Comp

6pm Express v Forever Soul, Sweeties v Jets, Frankie Hotdogs v Hopefuls. Duty – Mullumfest

7pm Mangoes v Kriss Kross, Bluesfest 2 v Dragons, Mullumfest v Maccas. Duty – Sweeties


Thursday 26/6/14

Round 8 – Ocean Shores True Value Hardware Comp

6pm Streetwise v NWA, Chilli Twist v Divas. Duty – Dashes

7pm Mum’s the Word v Dashes, Sherries v Fireflys, Ice Blocks v Exodia. Moonshiners bye. Duty – NWA


Tuesday 1/7/14

Round 6 – Slice Pizzeria Comp

6pm Express v Kriss Kross, Bluesfest 2 v Mullumfest, Forever Soul v Jets. Duty – Hopefuls

7pm Hopefuls v Maccas, Franky Hotdogs v Dragons, Mangoes v Sweeties. Duty – Jets

*** Phone 66851794 to play. Beginners welcome


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