Sports notes September 12

Netball

Shoalhaven Netball Association    

2017 Grand Finals, Saturday 9th September 2017.

NSG 9/10 A   Premiers ST Westpac 11 d Runners-up JB Wildginger Bluebottles 8.

NSG 9/10 B   Premiers ALB Callala Cellars Meerkats 10 d Runners-Up ALB Fantastic Furniture Cubs 5.

11/12 A   Premiers NNB Beds ‘R’ Us 46 d Runners-Up ALB Fantastic Furniture Tigers 30.

11/12 B Premiers REB Rubies 37 d Runners-Up LB Hit and Run Larks 17.

13/14 A Premiers ALB Son-Line Concrete Pumping Cool Cats 46 d Runners-Up JB Bonsai at the Bay Swordfish 37.

13/14 B Premiers NNB The Athlete’s Foot 32 d Runners-Up LB Logo Shack Sea Eagles 24.

15/17 A Premiers NNB Budget Curtains 52 d Runners-Up JB Steve Purse Automotives Dolphins 42.

15/17 B Premiers ST Wrights Chainsaws 36 d Runners-Up JB Bay & Basin Animal Hospital Kingfish 23.

Seniors

Division 1 Premiers LB Jet Locksmiths & Security 56 d Runners-Up NNB North Nowra Tavern 53.

Division 2 Premiers ALB Jaguars 46 d Runners-up ALB Panthers 37.

Division 3 Premiers  ALB Pumas 50 d Runners Up Westpac Nowra 34.

Division 4 Premiers LB Luscious Body Beautiful 53 d Runners-Up St Kit @ Urban Hairdressing 34.

Division 5 Premiers JB 13 Crowns Custom Tattoos 41 d Runners-Up GEMS The TAV 26.

Cycling

Nowra Velo Club

GRADED CRITERIUMS, ALBATROSS AVIATION TECH PARK, 10TH SEPTEMBER 2017

Division One, 30 minutes plus 2 laps.

1. Nick Johns, Nowra Velo

2. Levi Johns, Hanlon Windows

3. Aaron Lauder,  Hanlon Windows

4. Richard Vitiello, BaiMed Physio

5. Jade Colligan, NSWIS/Sydney Uni

Dnf: Mark Astley (Mechanical) (Access Storage), Gavin Nethery (Hanlon Windows), Aaron Coghlan (BaiMed Physio).

Division Two, 30 minuites plus 2 laps.

1. Colin Hunt, Defence Cycling

2. Tony Kuipers, Access Storage

3. Michael Berriman, BaiMed Physio

4. Adrian McMillan,  Illawarra CC

5. Jose Pereira,  Access Storage

6. Ian Kielly, BVH/Coffeeliscious

7. Brooklyn Henry,  Nowra Velo

8. Graham Johns,  Hanlon Windows

9. Alice Lauder, Hanlon Windows

10. Jo Chalain,  BaiMed Physio

11. Ashley Johns, Day Licence.

Shoalhaven Bicycle User Group

Some Shoalhaven Bicycle User Group rides for this week include:

THURSDAY 14/09/17 - MIDWEEK MOUNTAIN BIKE RIDE – RED ROCKS NATURE RESERVE; 30km return / Moderate pace  / Sealed and Unsealed Roads / Bush tracks / Mountain bikes are required.  Starts at 8:30am from the intersection of Kangaroo Valley Road and Tourist Road, Bellawongarah. Contact: Ray (02) 4422 3989.

SUNDAY 17/09/17  'BIKE WEEK' 2017 – HUSKISSON TO PLANTATION POINT; 12km return or part thereof. White Sands Park Huskisson to Plantation Point and return. Starts at 9:00am at White Sands Park Huskisson, next to Huskisson Hotel. This easy bike ride on the shared pathways takes in the spectacular views of Jervis Bay and Point Perpendicular. Cycle along this beautiful route to Vincentia then Plantation Point or return at any time to morning tea or lunch in Husky. Families, beginners - all cyclists welcome. Free give-aways from Transport NSW. Suitable for road and mountain bikes. Food available in White Sands Park after the ride. The ride will be led by Bicycle NSW accredited SBUG ride leaders. Contact: Peter (02) 4446 0119.

SBUG welcomes new riders on all our rides. For details of further rides to be held this week on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday, check the Rides Calendar on our website at www.shoalhavenbug.com.au 

Our rides calendar is updated weekly and occasionally changes are made at short notice so it is recommended that you check the website ride calendar a day or two before an intended ride.

For all information about Shoalhaven Bicycle User Group, including our monthly rides calendar, cycling news, photo gallery, on-line membership application and lots more, log onto our website.

Darts

Shoalhaven Darts Association

Week 5 Results:

Exservicemen def Devils 9 games to 2. Ken O’Neill and Therese Bournes led the way for Exservicemen with five finishes each. Hank Baxmann had the high score of 133. Julieann Maney and Elissa Allard both won their singles for the Devils. Julieann had the high score of 108.

Mohawks def Squaws 9 games to 2. For the Mohawk’s Pat Duke had the ultimate six finishes. Pete Smith had the high score of a great 180. Squaw’s Kelly Hogan had three finishes. Sue Kenny had the high score of 135.

Misfits def Taipans 8 games to 3. Matt Craig and Danny Watson both had four finishes each. Matt Craig had the high score of a fantastic 152 peg. For Taipans Kaylene Hackett had five finishes and John Perrin had the high score of 180.

Eagles def Marlins 7 games to 4. Justin Ganderton had five finishes and shared the high score of 140 with Lucas Gray and Mick Coggins. Marlins were playing one short. Phil Reeves had four finishes and shared the high score of 140 with Bradley Moulds.

Fisho’s def Bandits 6 games to 5. With five 180’s being thrown in this game made it a very exciting game. For Fisho’s Graham Thompson had three finishes and the high score of 180. For the Bandit’s Dave Hogan had five finishes and three great 180’s. Shane Pritchard also got in on the act and threw a great 180.

POINTSCORE: Mohawks 8 – 43, Eagles 8 – 39, Fishos 8 – 38, Marlins 6 – 31, Bandits 6 – 29, Misfits 4 – 29, Squaws 4 – 24, Exservicemen 4 – 22, Taipans 0 – 8, Devils 0 – 7.

Nowra Darts

Results Round 9

The Bangers Defeated Cherokees in a 6 games to 5 Victory

The Bangers best players were Norm Maney with five finishes and 102 Joe Frolka had the highest score of 140 and Kerrie Dempsey had four finishes and 102. Cherokees best were Barry Jouannet had 3 finishes and 133, Kay Dowell had three finishes  100 and 121.

Dragons Defeated Meerkats 7 games to 4

The Dragons best players were Peter Vider  with three finishes 2 x 100 and top score of 140  Kaylene Hackett had  four finishes and four x 100’s, Meerkats best were Ken O’Neill with 2 finishes and 100and 101, Nat Sadler had three finishes and 116, 134 and the highest score of 138.

Phoenix Defeated Coyotes 7 games to 4

Phoenix best players were Matt Craig with four finishes and two x 100’s Jodie Armstrong had three finishes and 119 and Julie Pride threw the highest score of 120. Coyote’s best were Michelle Potter with three finishes and Peter Coggins two finishes Ken Kelleher had the highest score of 123.

Mohawks Defeated Kookaburras 9 games to 2

 Mohawks best were Darren Brudenell with four finishes five x 100, 123,125 and four x 140. Matt Goozeff had three finishes five x 100, 135, four x 140 and a great 180 well done Matt, Ian Green also had a great game of darts with six finishes four x 100’s 123, 135and 140. Terrilyn was best for the ladies with four finishes and three x 100 and 132. Kookaburra’s best were Therese Bournes with two finishes and 133.

Pirates Defeated Camels 9 games to 2

Pirates best were Peter Wood with six finishes five x 100 a 115 finish and 140 Phil Reeves two finishes four x 100, 112 finish and a great 180 well done Phil Karey deBakker three finishes 100 and 134. Camels’ best was kristel Kenny with two finishes and 105.

Charity Night this week names in by 7 pm. 

Volleyball

Draw for Thursday, September 14

Ct. 1. 6.00pm. N/Dig. v Valkyrie(D. Chicks)

          7.00pm.  Chicks v Cougars (D.Valkyrie)

Ct. 2. 6.00pm. A-Team v S/Punch (D. TBA)

Ct. 3. 7.00pm. Coaches v Snails (D. O/School)

          8.00pm. O/School v All Net (D. Coaches) 

NB. Rudd's have a bye this week.

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