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Death and Dying expo May 25

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New attractions for Mullum2Bruns Paddle

There’s new free activities to enjoy at Banner Park in Brunswick Heads after this year’s Mullum2Bruns Paddle, which will be held this Sunday, May 26, from 9.30am till 2.30pm.

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SURF PATROLS

Byron Bay SLSC

Saturday 4.10.14. PATROL NO 4:  9am – 5pm 

Brendan Irwin PC (D), Adam Clark APC (D),  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 5.10.14  PATROL NO 6:  9am – 5pm

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

Monday 6.10.14  PATROL NO 18:  9am – 5pm

Kelli Stevens PC, Michael Stevens APC (D), Alex Byrne (D), Ziggi Jacks, Joshua Charles, Jed Morrison, Jy Timperley, Riley Buckley, Dean Templeman,Lachlan Holmes

SPORT RESULTS

BOWLS

Brunswick Heads Men

Wednesday September 10  – Social Bowls 1st G Howard, G Rendell, 2nd L Harris, B Congdon, B McClelland. Saturday Open Meat Tray Pairs 1st J Wright, B Rose; 2nd S Howatson, J Lawlor; 3rd R Dempson, L Harris. Jackpot $600 not won. Consistency  Singles S Howatson def L O’Donnell. Next round to be completed by 30.9.14.

Wednesday September 17  – 1st B Stewart J Lawlor  2nd S Howaston D Croft

SAT 20 9 14 Open Meat Tray Pairs

1st K Hosie J Hay  2 nd J Wright B Rose  3rd J Foster G Rendell

Next Round 27 9 14 Teams in buy 12pm

Jackpot not Won Now  600

Consistency Singles

L Harris def J Foster

E Hanrahan def P Brassington

M Masula wo B Montgomery

COMING EVENTS

Visit  from Hamilton Mens Bowls 19th OCT 9.AM Start 21 Bowlers req

Visit from Gold Coast Friendship Club Monday 27th Oct 9.30am start

Brunswick Heads Women

September 9

Social:  Margaret Darby, Kerry Dexter, Dawn Hay 14 def Margaret Darby (swing), Jenny Meinel, Blossom McCormick 11. Rosa Kinnear, Judy Wright 21 def Sue Cormack, Lyn Proudlock 11. Denise Batson, Julie Sanderson, Marian Parsons 20 def Sherril Pearce, Nan Stearman, Darilyn Guest 8. Bev Gawned, Marcia Crichton, Fay Parkes 24 def Di Lobb, Kaye Soccio, Chris Lawrance 15. Winners: R Kinnear, J Wright. Lucky Losers: M Darby, J Meinel, B McCormick. Raffle winner: K Soccio. Top Chick: Bev Rose.

September 16 Social: Denise Batson, Lyn Proudlock 20 def Marcia Crichton, Marian Parsons 9. Sherril Pearce, Dawn Hay 24 def Sue Cormack, Pauline Brinning 12. Joy Kearney, Margaret Darby, Darilyn Guest 22 draw Bev Gawned, Nan Stearman, Judy Wright 22. Rosa Kinnear, Kerry Dexter, Bev Rose 20 def Phyllis Cameron, Jenny Lofts, Chris Lawrance 19. Winners: R. Kinnear, K Dexter, B Rose. Lucky Losers: M Crichton, M Parsons. Raffle Winner: Rosa Kinnear. No Top Chick.

Mullumbimby Ex-Services Men

September 6

Two teams travelled to Burringbar to participate in their carnival. B Rose M Burke J Morgan managed to take out the repechage event after dropping the first game. As usual Burringbar was an excellent host

On home soil a mixed triples game saw A McKenzie G Naoum L Henry 21 overcome N East R Wainwright A Lumsden 16

10/9/14 Wednesday Social –The inaugural Townies vs Country Lads was played for the Old Rum Bottle and the Ex-Services Prize

Round 1 saw Townies B Neate D Ottery9 County Lads J Canabou  M Nicholls 6, Bushies M Burke D Baker 19 R Rays  H McIlwain 3, Townies S Ridgewell G Naoum 17 H Stargard L Henry 11, Bushies     R Breckenbridge M Johnson 14 B Ball B Rose 5

Round 2 Townies R Rays H McIlwain 14 R Breckenbridge M Johnson 6, Townies R Neate D Ottery 12           H Stargard L Henry 10, Bushies J Canabou M Nicholls 15 B Ball B Rose 8, Bushies M Burke D Baker 8      S Ridgewell G Naoum 7

Knowing more dodges than the ATO the County Lads took the honour of placing the first etching on the Trophy (generously donated by Larry Henry) Watch for back alley tricks next year!

September 13

Saturday Social

P Thompson T Fenwick 23 d R Wainwright D Blake 20

Minor Singles Semi-Final

M Nicholls 31 d M Burke 24 J Morgan 31 d L Henry 28

September 17 Wednesday Social

D Ottery H McIlwain D Baker 26 d Hannes D Blake J Canabou 10

M Burke R Rays G Porter 17 d M Burke B Ball L Henry 15

M Nicholls T Johnston 30 d B Neate A Bartlett 11

September 20

Mixed Social

N Lee D Blake L Henry 21 d R Wainwright G Porter J Canabou 14

Minor Singles Final

J Morgan 31 d M Nicholls 12 Congratulations Champion  Jeff – and all players who were shooting for the title

Sunday 21/9/14 O’Donnell Day

C Johnson J Simpson J Fransisco 23 d S Essery T O’Donnell J Matheson 10

A Lumsden T Fenwick 26 d J Herring (Mrs Kipper) D Blake 8

R Wainwright I Pettendy J Canabou 26 d A McQueen G McQueen M Gilbert 12

M O’Donnell A O’Donnell D Browning (Lucky Loser) 15 d AA O’Donnell R Mills L O’Donnell 12

G O’Donnell F O’Donnell Sharkey (Lucky winners) 16 B O’Donnell S O’Donnell Dustin 15

A wonderful day again thanks to the O’Donnell Family Keep this day in mind for 2015!

Wednesday 24/9/14

Social

Swinging Lead A Bartlett B Neate L Henry 24 defeated A Bartlett B Ball T Johnston 15

Visitors G & N  Aitken  J McKay 14 defeated G Naoum D Blake S Dettman 6

D Ottery D Peoples H McIlwain 30 defeated R Breckenbridge R Rays D Baker 21

Minor Pairs Final

The Michaels Twins (Nicholls & Burke) 27 took out the title defeating G Porter J Canabou 20 who in the latter ends of the game made a dramatic come- back. Congratulations  to all who entered and  to the Twins!

Mullumbimby Ex-Services Women

Tiesday September 2: Pairs Championships- Final : J.Towner, B.Croft (Rink W)  def. I.Pettendy, B.Reglin. Congratulations to Joan and Betty, well done  Ilona  and Betty, great game , very close  game especially over the last few ends. Social  : J.Ball, H.Robb def. S.Brown, G.Henry : S.Thomas, J.Beaumont  def. D.Gower, J.Kidman. Raffle – J.Ball.

Tuesday September 9 – Consistency : S.Thomas def.  S.Brown (Marker J.Lee) : B.Croft  def. G.Henry (Marker I.Pettendy) Social : C.Eggleton,  B.Reglin, H.Robb (Rink W)  def. R.Mills, J.Beaumont, J.Kidman. Raffle – G.Henry.

Tuesday September 16: Consistency – H.Robb def. S.Thomas – Marker S.Brown (Rink W) : S.Sherlock def. R.Wainwright – Marker G.Henry. Social : R.Mills, E.Leclere, B.Croft def. C.Eggleton, I.Pettendy, J.Lee.  Raffle- J.Lee.

Tuesday September 16: Consistency – H.Robb def. S.Thomas – Marker S.Brown (Rink W) :  S.Sherlock def. R.Wainwright – Marker G.Henry : Social – R.Mills, E.Leclere, B.Croft def. C.Eggleton, I.Pettendy, J.Lee. Raffle – J.Lee. Tuesday 23rd September – Visit to Alstonville Women’s Bowling Club, wonderful day  and lots of fun on and off the green which was enjoyed by  all. Thank you to Alstonville ladies for a great day. Charity day 7th October – Westpac Helicopter, raffle donated by Luke Barnes.

Ocean Shores Men

Mens Triples.Monday 29 September.Special Visitors Maclean Mens’ Bowling Club Travelers. 1st. Kerry Roberts, Brad Fahey,  Lou Campbell; 2nd. Mal Flesser, John Rittway; Peter Tonaros; 3rd. Tor Larsen; Peter Quirke, Les Hoffman; Lucky Draw. Chris Pav, Bob James, Kevin Hosie;

Ocean Shores Women

Friday September 5 Once again bowlers had to contend with blustery conditions but still some good bowls played.  Highest margin winners were T. Campbell, B. Sprengel who def J. Busch, F. Crowder;  K. Gallard, L. McGowran def M. Hosie, M. McConville;   N. Gartner (swinger), B. Stone, M. Bertoli  narrowly def. N. Gartner, J. Seamer, M. Flesser.

Wednesday September 10 (Mixed) R. Moore, M. Sparke, B. Sprengel drew with T. Shenfield, J. Seamer, W. Sprengel on highest no. of ends but the former team won on a c/b (margin);  the losing teams of G. Fox, M. Wilks, Mal Flesser had the same number of ends as R. Llewellyn, T. Baggio, J. O’Connor.

Friday September 12 J. Busch, T. Campbell, N. Gartner narrowly won the highest no. of ends from M. Bertoli, B. Sprengel followed by M. Farquhar, L. McGowran then B. Stone, K. Gallard, M. Hosie.

Wednesday September 17 (Mixed) J. Seamer, B. Sprengel (Lucky rink winners) def M. Davey, G. Johnston;  M. Wilks, Mal Flesser def R. Llewellyn, R. Moore;  L. Wright (swinger), T. Shenfield, J. O’Connor def L. Wright, M. Sparke, W. Sprengel.  C/ship Pairs:  Marj Flesser, L. McGowran def K. Gallard, M. Farquhar.

Friday September 19 SOCIAL – Flu/holidays/Interdistrict depleted numbers but all those who took to the green played tightly contested matches.   L. Wright, B. Sprengel won the day defeating J. Seamer, M. Hosie;  T. Campbell, N. Gartner def B. Stone, G. Johnston.

Friday September 26 A morning of laughter and good bowls but only one lucky rink winner and that was J. Williams, N. Gartner, G. Johnston who def L. Wright, B. Stone, M. James;  J. Payne, M. Bertoli, M. Hosie def P. Sullivan, T. Campbell, F. Crowder.   Semi final Pairs C/ship:  J. Seamer, B. Sprengel def M. Flesser, J. Seamer.

Tweed Byron District Bowling Association

Men

September 1

With weather conditions settling down to near perfect, Tweed Byron District Singles Champion of Club Champions decider was conducted at Kingscliff B.C. August 30.  Ocean Shores’ Troy Makin and Kingscliff’s Damion Crompton, both displaying the most high standard of bowls, presented a great afternoon of entertainment for all to witness.

August 30/31.  Zone Rookies Singles qualifier for the District contestants was played at Pottsville B.C. In a three position play-off on day two between Alex Barbacetto (Cabarita), Mal Flesser and Dave Moor (both Ocean Shores), Barbacetto was able to rein in his competition to take out the winners title with absolute brilliant bowling.  Alex’s display would make him a worthy contender in any open final.  Congratulations Alex and best wishes for good bowling when you contest the Zone One competition at Ballina in September.

August 30:  The T.B.D.B.A. Annual General Meeting was held at Ocean Shores with the 2014/15 Executive elected as follows.  President – Jim Clark (Byron Bay); Snr. Vice President – Barry Sheppard (Cabarita); Vice President – Gary Tobin (Cudgen Leagues);  Secretary – Tony Hart (Bangalow) and Treasurer – Ron McCauley (Cabarita).

September 20

The District Rookies Pairs qualifying section was conducted at Pottsville B.C. with Alex Barbacetto (S) & Damien Delgardo (Cabarita), Robert Cooke (S) & Michael Herring (Burringbah) and Mitch Garland (S) & Greg Zaal (Cabarita) vying for supremacy.  This three way competition saw Cooke and Herrring take out the top position after a count back of ends and shots and they will now head off to Ballina R.S.L. Bowls Club Saturday 27 September for the Zone One play-offs.  Congratulations guys and best of luck and good bowling at Zone level.

September 12-14:  Zone One bowlers, with Kingsclifff’s Russell McLeay and Michael Turner in the squad, came home Runners-up to Zone 4 (Mid West) in the Inter Zone Championships conducted at Dubbo.  A great effort from the Tweed Byron bowlers – well done guys.

*** Diary Dates:  October 4 – Bangalow Fours.  October 5 – T.B.D. Champion of Club Champions Triples. 

October 11 – Ocean Shores Spring Triples. 

October 12 – T.B.D. Champion of Club Champions Fours. 

October 19 – T.B.D. IGT Cup to be conducted at Mullumbimby.  

Sunday, October 26 – Schipp Cup to be conducted at South Lismore B.C.

Jubilant Tweed Byron District Squad - 2014 Inter District Shield Winners
Jubilant Tweed Byron District Squad – 2014 Inter District Shield Winners

Women

September 15

Championships are still being conducted around the Clubs.  Evergreen Mullumbimby pair, Betty Croft and Joan Towner, have won the Club Pairs championship in a great close finishing game against Betty Reglin and Ilona Pettenby.  Well done both teams.  Barbara Sprengel, Ocean Shores, always a formidable foe, defeated Glenys Johnston to take out the Club Singles championship in a great game to witness.

The Annual Inter District Competition between Clarence River, Mid North Coast, Northern Rivers and Tweed Byron Districts, this year conducted at Park Beach B.C. 18-19 September, was blessed with perfect weather for the event. Over three rounds of 15 ends between the four districts competition is quite fierce on the greens  However, back in the club house there is the most wonderful aura of friendship and camaraderie as contestants greet old friends and make new ones.

September 21

Round One on the first day against the Northern Rivers District saw the Tweed Byron ladies score 7 rink wins with a margin of +32; a really great start to the contest.  Round Two against the Clarence River squad was also successful with a further 7.5 rinks +52. Round Three, the crucial round, was an encounter of the serious variety. While holding the lead coming into this final game against Mid North Coast, always a very tough side to content with who were on 9.5 rinks +47, the air was electric with nervous tension. Tweed Byron girls needed three rinks to win to take the trophy home again and with concentrated effort on the task ahead the squad went into battle.  With two rink wins, the last team on the field was clawing to hold their scant lead. Last end, being 2 shots up, the ladies dug in but had to concede one shot to the opposition  Not to worry – they won their game by 1 valued shot. The Tweed Byron bowlers achieved their goal – another win to collect the coveted District Shield AND collect a “Hat Trick” in taking out the competition three years in a row.  How good is that!!

Congratulations to these wonderful Tweed Byron bowlers on their achievement – fantastic effort.  Ladies, you are the pride pf the Tweed Byron District.  Well done, all of  you.  Many thanks to the Park Beach Bowling Club, hosts for this prestigious event.  Your hospitality and friendliness was much appreciated.

BRIDGE

Ocean Shores

September 3

5 Table MItchell

North / South

   1st   June Selleck & Barbara Simons

   2nd  Carmel Blacker & Denise Devir

East / West

   1st  Peta Price & Graham Carson

   2nd   Jenny Bush & Gail Bridgma

September 17

5 Table Mitchell

N/S

WinnersL Veale/P Hems

2ndJ Bush/G Bridgman

E/W

WinnersG Carson/P Price

2ndP Janda/D Devir

October 1

 5 Table Mitchell

North / South

   Carmel Blacker & Denise Devir

   Sue Perry & Pat Janda

East / West

   Lesley Veale & Patricia Hems

   Graham Carson & Peta Price

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

GOLF

Ocean Shores Sunday Mixed

September 21 4 Person Ambrose – Best Dressed. 52 players. Winners: Lyn Harcourt/Jim Hounslow + Bev/Allan Thompson 50.25, Runners Up; Joan/Bob Neate + Michele/Tom Clark 58.87. Ball rundown to 62.25. Best Dressed Team; Betty/Roy Crossley + Trevor/Lochie Johnston. Runners up; Judy/Graham Isaacs + Barbara Allen/Derek Johns. Next game September 28th 4bbb Stroke with Putts.

September 28. 4bbb Stroke with Putts, 26 players. Winners; Julia Maddock/Tyler Parker 63 nett. Ball rundown to 70 nett. Best Putts; Bev/Ian Wingad 26 c/b. Next game Sunday October 5th 2 Person Ambrose 3rd Round Mixed Trophy.

Ocean Shores Vets 

September 25  Par Event. 74 Starters. First Dick Hanks  Second Peter Quirke  Third Tony Cornell Fourth John Bartlett. N.T.P. 3rd hole  H/C  0-19. John Hollingsworth 20+ Trevor Johnston, 8th Hole John Wark, 17th H/C 0-19 Col Godsmark  20+ Peter Quirke. Captains Gorilla Award H/C 0-19 Graeme Llewellyn H/C 20+ Paul Roberts.

Juan Price Scrubbers Ball Robert James.

Teven Men

September 9

Teven Golf Club Men’s Division held a 9 holes Stableford competition on Saturday morning 20 September with a 6.30am shotgun start.   The results were:  Winner: Graham Mains (23 pts).  Runner up: Ian McDuff (20 pts).  Ball run down:  John Selwood (19 pts), John Williams (18 pts), Peter Harden (16 pts), Peter Blackwood (16 pts).

Nearest the Pins:  4th:  Garry Bourke;  8th:  John Selwood.

Putting:  Garry Bourke (11 putts).  Many thanks to Steve Blackmore for arranging and cooking a BBQ breakfast after the game.

The Men’s Division AGM was also held after the game – results of election of office bearers to be notified next week.  Winners of the various championships held during the year were announced and prizes awarded.  Congratulations to:  Club Champion 2014 – Bill Kennedy; Runner Up – Garry Bourke;  Handicap Champion 2014 – Bill Kennedy;  Runner Up – Robert Tillman;  Stableford Champion 2014 – Bill Wayte;  Runner Up – Stuart McDonald;  Point Score Champion 2014 – Bill Kennedy;  Runner Up – Graham Mains;  Medal of Medals 2014 – John Williams.

September 27

Teven Golf Club Men’s Division held a 9 holes Stableford competition on Saturday morning with a 6.30am shotgun start.   The results were:  Winner: Peter Blackwood (23 pts).  Runner up: Bill Kennedy (21 pts).  Ball run down:  Greg Unwin (21 pts), Steve Blackmore (20 pts), Garry Bourke (20 pts), Terry Prendergast (19 pts).

Nearest the Pins:  4th:  Garry Bourke;  8th:  Greg Unwin.  Putting:  Bill Kennedy (12 putts).  Many thanks to Steve Blackmore for arranging and cooking a BBQ breakfast after the game.  The Club’s AGM was also held after the game – many thanks to all office bearers for 2014 and congratulations to office bearers elected for 2015.

Next comp: Saturday October 4 – 18 holes Stroke competition for the Monthly Medal (6.15am start for a 6.30am shotgun tee off).

SURFING

All Girls Surfriders Club Lennox Head

Thanks for a a great day. Fun small waves, great food from the canteen (thanks Sharon Sloane) and hot chocolates! Results:

Opens: 1. Ebony Santamaria 2. Jane Collins 3. Karin Ochsner 4. Leilani Morgan.

Longboards: 1. Jenny Steen 2. Tracey Nobbs 3. Shona Macindoe

18’s: 1. Mahlia Carr 2. Jasmine Sloane 3. Mia Francis 4. Lily Lewis

13’s: Skye Thomas 2. Malia James 3. Ella-Jean Cutts 4. Mia Schirmer

35’s: 1. Marika Ilic 2. Natalie Grono 3. Renee Adamson 4. Jenny Gill Schirmer

Snr Beg: 1. CoryandMark Whitney 2. Trenna Gillott 3. Clare Southwell

TABLE TENNIS

Mullumbimby

September 5

The singles handicap competition was won by Alan Shubitz, second was Max Schleuter and on a count-back, third was Nathan Stack.  In the preliminary round of the doubles competion: Peter McKenzie & Matt Ostello defeated Pele Safra & Tim Robertson 2-0 and Mark Smith & Joe Rassaby defeated Chris Strybos & Sunny Gibb 2-1.  Mark & Joe went on to defeat Peter & Matt 2-0 in the final.

September 12

The singles handicap competition was won undefeated by Alan Shubitz, second on a count-back was John Harrison from Max Schleuter.  The handicap doubles competion semi final was won by Joe Rassaby & Chris Strybos 2-0 from Peter McKenzie & Sunny Gibb.  The final was won by Mark Smith & Tim Robertson (+2) 2-1 from Joe & Chris.

September 18

The singles handicap competition was won by Fred Newman, followed in order by: Max Schleuter, Chris Strybos, Mark Smith, Matt Ostello (+2), Pele Safra (+3), Sunny Gibb (+2), Raini Kahn, Peter McKenzie and Tim Robertson (+4).  The doubles competion final was won by Chris & Peter 2-1 from Matt & Tim (+3).

September 26

The singles handicap competition was won by Pele Safra (+3), second was Max Schleuter and on a count-back Chris Strybos was third from Peter McKenzie. The doubles competition final was won by Mark Smith & Matt Ostello 3-1 from Pele Safra & Sunny Gibb.

*** 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

BASKETBALL

Monday October 6NO GAMES Due to Public Holiday, Monday Junior League for Term 4 will resume October 13

Tuesday October 7, Little Stormers and Storm Troopers 4.30pm to 5.45pm Social. 6pm Court 1. Social

Wednesday October 8 6pm court 1. The Wanderers vs Titans Court 2. Nads vs Warriors 7pm Court 1. Flying Dutchmen vs Lemos Court 2.  Gain Train vs The Roman Sandles

Referees. 6pm Len, Phil, James, Jess 7.00pm Len, Phil, Jess, Katie

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

SQUASH

Brunswick Heads

Wednesday 1/10/14

Round 4 – Perry Homes Comp

The Potato Works v Byron Bay Trophies – C Littlewood v R King, M Virtue v C Walsh, R Cameron v P Hill, C Booth v C Louwen, O Hamama v Cathy Louwen

Inky Business v Brunswick Heads Pharmacy – N Moon v G Davis, W Ferrier v A Li, G King v W Knight, G Carter v J Hodges, C Naughton v F King

The Loungeroom v Cape Byron Medical Centre – P Jones v Y Gottlieb, T Candy v T Dryden, K Schafer v J Nicolson, B Schubert v J Gribble, B Alander v B Doran

Monday 6/10/14 There will be no games due to the long weekend

Wednesday 8/10/14

The Potato Works v The Loungeroom – C Littlewood v P Jones, M Virtue v T Candy, R Cameron v K Schafer, C Booth v B Schubert, O Hamama v B Alander

Inky Business v Byron Bay Trophies – N Moon v R King, W Ferrier v C Walsh, G King v P Hill, G Carter v C Louwen, C Naughton v Cathy Louwen

Brunswick Heads Pharmacy v Cape Byron Medical Centre – G Davis v Y Gottlieb, A LI v T Dryden, W Knight v J Nicolson, J Hodges v J Gribble, F King v B Doran

*** Phone 6685 1794 to play.

VOLLEYBALL

Brunswick Heads

Tuesday 30/9/14

Round 3 – Slice Pizzeria Comp

6pm Express v Titans, J.J.’s Champions v Kriss Kross, Hit & Run v Jets. Duty – Hopefuls

7pm Mangoes v Franky Hotdogs, Mullumfest v Bombers, Hopefuls v Bluesfest. Dragons bye. Duty – Mullumfest

Thursday 2/10/14

Round 6 – Ocean Shores True Value Hardware Comp

6pm Chargers v Fireflys, Opals v Exodia. Duty – Mangoes

7pm Chilli Twist v Mangoes, Freddie Fudpuckers v Set Up Sisters. Duty – Opals

Tuesday 7/10/14

Round 4 – Slice Pizzeria Comp

6pm Dragons v Bluesfest, Franky Hotdogs v Titans, Express v Kriss Kross. Duty – Mangoes

7pm Mangoes v Jets, J.J.’s Champions v Hit & Run, Hopefuls v Bombers. Mullumfest bye. Duty – Express

                    phone 66851794 to play. beginners welcome

*** Phone 66851794 to play. Beginners welcome

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