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Travel declaration required for travellers entering Queensland

Queensland Health says that all travellers from a state or territory with a declared COVID-19 hotspot (currently Victoria and from 1am Saturday, June 19 also New South Wales) are required to complete a Queensland Border Declaration Pass prior to entry.

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Cyclists please

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Pro rail trail association urges Council to award construction tender

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Tender to build rail trail from M’bah to Crabbes Creek awarded

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Nurses and midwives rally during Health Inquiry in Lismore

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Interview with Daniel Champagne

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New case of COVID-19 in Brisbane

Queensland has recorded one new case of COVID-19 in the community yesterday, with contact tracing underway after an international cabin crew member tested positive.

SURF PATROLS

Byron Bay SLSC 

Saturday 11.10.14. PATROL NO 13:  10am – 4pm

Kim Chappel PC, Shannon Hulbert-Green APC, Zoe Heiniger, Ela Heiniger, Dan Andrew (D.JS), Ian Heiniger, Sam Martin, Brooke Yopp, Ben Martin, Andrew Cameron, Gabriel Crescenzo, Cameron Green

Sunday 12.10.14  PATROL NO 8:  9am – 4pm

Alex Burns  PC (D.JS), Tom Burns  APC (D.JS), Sam Coleman, Conor Morarity, Josh Brown, Tazi Murray-Woodhouse, Jake Brumley(D), Lachlan Walsh, Matt Phillips(D), Lowden Potter(JS), Darron Brown,Jake Mills

The Byron Bay SLSC will be holding the second proficiency for the coming 2014/2015 season on Sunday October 12 at 8.30am. Open members $50 and U18 $35.

SPORT RESULTS

BOWLS

Mullumbimby Ex-Services Men

27/9/14 Saturday Mixed Social

J McKay M Esau 30 defeated H Mc Ilwain M Nicholls 8

A Bartlett M Burke J Morgan (c/w winners Mullum Hot Bread rink)defeated

A Lumsden D Blake G Porter 17

A McKenzie R Wainwright L Henry 24 defeated Crusher J Canabou N Lee 13

1/10/14 Wednesday Social

Swinging Lead J McKay B Browning R Rays (c/w Mullum Tyrepower rink) 18 defeated J McKay D Ottery L Henry 10

B Neate Beardy Blake M Burke 25 defeated B Ball G Naoum J Canabou 16

Come along Friday night Corporate Twilight Bowls rolls into action 6pm and don’t forget Mudcrabs mufti bowls 12th Oct 9,30 am start $10 game and BBQ Bowls available

Mullumbimby Ex-Services Women

Tuesday September 30: Consistency – B.Croft def. S.Sherlock (Marker S.Thomas) : Social – D.Gower, C.Eggleton, S.Brown, G.Henry (Rink W) def. E.Walker, J.Ball, B.Reglin, J.Beaumont: Raffle – E.Walker :

*** General Meeting October 14 after Bowls , all welcome to attend , don’t forget Spinners: 21st October  – visit from Banora Point L.B.C

October 27 – Chincogan 4’S – 2  Rounds of 13 ends A.M. followed by Picnic Lunch.

Ocean Shores Women

Wednesday October 1  (Mixed Pairs):  2 games on Ends made the afternoon very interesting with R. Moore, Mal Flesser playing excellent bowls and winning the comp. closely followed by L. Wright, W. Sprengel; G. Fox, Marj Flesser;  T. Shenfield, J. Williams.

Friday October 3 Highest score winners were P. Sullivan, M. Bertoli, F. Crowder followed by J. Williams, M. Hosie, L. McGowran.  The other teams of  J. Busch, M. Farquhar, B. Sprengel;   L. Wright/JM Quirke, B. Stone, M. McConville were also out enjoying the sunshine.

Ocean Shores Vets

Ocean Shores Vet’s Golf 2/10/14.  Stableford. 69 starters.  first Rod Barnes 42 pts. Second  Les Hoffman 41 pts. c/b. Third  Graeme Llewellyn 41 pts. c/b. Fourth  Gary Williams 39 pts. c/b. N.T.P. 3rd 0-19 Hilton Stephenson 20+ Peter Quirke. 6th Hilton Stephenson.  8th John Wark. 12th Bob Edwards. 15th Ray Conway. 17th 0-19 Graeme Llewellyn 20+ Brian Allan. Nearest the Cone winners Tony Dahl,Bob Edwards and Bob Neate. Juan Price Scrubbers Ball Bill Duffy.

Tweed Byron District Bowling Association

Men

*** October 12: T.B.D. Champion of Club Champions Fours will be conducted at Cabarita Beach B.C. 

October 19:  T.B.D. IGA Cup is scheduled to be conducted at Mullumbimby B.C. 

Sunday 20 October is the date set down for the Schipp Shield and Cup to be contested at South Lismore B.C.

GOLF

Teven Men

October 4

Teven Golf Club Men’s Division held an 18 holes Stroke competition for the Monthly Medal on Saturday morning October 4 with a 6.30am shotgun start.

The results were: Winner: Greg Fowler (Net 49). Runner up: Denis Leard (Net 51). Ball run down: John Roche (Net 53), Terry Prendergast (Net 55), Ian Coochiroff (Net 56), Bill Kennedy (Net 56), Steve Blackmore (Net 58). Nearest the Pins: 4th: Garry Bourke. Putting: Jeff Smith (26 putts). Next comp:

*** Saturday 11 October – 9 14th holes Stableford (note: 6.15am start for a 6.30am shotgun tee off), followed on Sun 12 October by a 9 holes mixed 2-ball aggregate Stableford competition with the Women’s Club (note: 2.40pm start) and a BBQ afterwards.

TABLE TENNIS

Mullumbimby

The singles handicap competition was won on a count-back by Raini Kahn from Fred Newman, third was also on a count-back: Mark Smith from Nathan Stack. The doubles competiton won by Sunny Gibb & Chris Strybos 3-1 from Mark Smith & Matt Ostello.

*** 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

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

SQUASH

Brunswick Heads

Wednesday 8/10/14

Round 5 – Perry Homes Comp

The Potato Works v The Loungeroom – C Littlewood v P Jones, M Virtue v T Candy, R Cameron v K Schafer, C Booth v J Hodges, 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

 

Monday 13/10/14

Round 6 – Byron Health Foods Comp

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

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

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

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

 

Wednesday 15/10/14

Round 6 – Perry Homes Comp

The Potato Works v Inky Business – C Littlewood v N Moon, M Virtue v W Ferrier, R Cameron v G King, C Booth v G Carter, O Hamama v C Naughton

The Loungeroom v Brunswick Heads Pharmacy – P Jones v G Davis, T Candy v A Li, K Schafer v W Knight, B Schubert v J Hodges, B Alander v F King

Cape Byron Medical Centre v Byron Bay Trophies – Y Gottlieb v R KIng, T Dryden v C Walsh, J Nicolson v P Hill, J Gribble v C Louwen, B Doran v Cathy Louwen.

*** Phone 6685 1794 to play.

VOLLEYBALL

Brunswick Heads

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 Sets on the Beach. Mullumfest bye. Duty – Express

 

Thursday 9/10/14

Round 7 – Ocean Shores True Value Hardware Comp

6pm Mangoes v Exodia, Opals v Chilli Twist. Duty – Freddie Fudpuckers

7pm Set Up Sisters v Chargers, Freddie Fudpuckers v Firerflys. Duty – Chilli Twist

 

Tuesday 14/10/14

Round 5 – Slice Pizzeria Comp

6pm Express v Franky Hotdogs, Kriss Kross v Hit & Run, J.J.’s Champions v Jets. Duty – Mullumfest

7pm Hopefuls v Mullumfest, Dragons v Sets on the Beach, Mangoes v Titans. Bluesfest bye. Duty – Kriss Kross.

*** Phone 66851794 to play. Beginners welcome

 

Each week Echonetdaily publishes the Sports Results, News and Draws from across the far north coast – email: onlinesport [at] echo.net.au.

 

 


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