Sports notes August 7

Netball

Shoalhaven Netball Association

Round 12 results,  4th August 2018. 9/10 A  JB Kebabalon Bluebottles 14 d NNB Coff22 on the Couch 2, REB Camery’s 20 d ST Black 5, ALB Callala Cellars Meerkats Bye. 9/10 B  ALB Shoalhaven Family Chiropractic Centre Cubs 3, REB Flour Water Salt Bakery 8 d ST White 3, REB Bomaderry Vets Bye. 11/12 A  ALB East Coast Steel Tigers 44 d NNB Vets R Us 19, JB & E Buliding Waves 69 d REB Rubies 1, LB Yes Optus Nowra Fantails 27 d ST Jayco Nowra 21. 11/12 B  ALB Fantastic Furniture Nowra Bobcats 31 d ST South Coast Site Rentals 4, JB Eastcoast Shower Screens & Mirrors Seals 42 d NNB Bearded Brewer 1, JB Shoalhaven Gas Starfish 27 d REB Lime Building 1.  13/14 A  NNB FAW Electrical 32 d NNB Shoalwelding 23, ALB Son-Line Concrete Pumping Cool Cats 62 d JB Elk & Willow Swordfish 35. 13/14 B  LB Hit and Run 27 d JB Kebabalon Penguins 10, ALB Fantastic Furniture Nowra Minx 35 d NNB Adane Furniture 18, ST Farmers Market 39 d JB Stand Up Paddle Stingrays 10, NNB Skelscaff Bye. 15/17 A  JB Raine & Horne Huskisson Surfers 53 d St Blue 31, JB Shoalhaven River Cruise Dolphins 49 d NNB Priceline Pharmacy 33. 15/17 B  NNB A C Lawyers 48 d JB Steve Purse Automotive Kingfish 19, ST Club Nowra 53 d ALB Greenwell Point Bowling Club Wildcats 15, ST Nowra Scrap Metal 28 d JB Hunt remivals Crayfish 25.

Seniors. Round 11 Results, 4th August 2018. Division 1  REB Waterways Swim School 26 d LB Jet Locksmiths & Security 19, JB Hunt Removals Sharks 47 d SNA 15’s 46, ALB jaguars 41 d LB Integrity Real Estate 40, NNB Budget Curtains Bye. Division 2  REB Ragers 53 d ST Elizas Lighting 19, NNB Wrays Warriors 49 d LB Ann Sudmalis MP 40, ALB Panthers forfeit win d ALB Pumas forfeit loss, GEMS –Choices Flooring Nowra Bye. Division 3  LB Logo Shack 43 d NNB North Nowra Tavern 16, ALB Leopards 48 d JB Carpet Court Nowra Barracudas 26, ST Club Nowra forfeit win d JB On The Bay Property Maintenance Dugongs forfeit loss, ALB Cougars Bye. Division 4  ST Jayco Nowra 45 d LB Air Advantage 16, REB Puppy Scrubs Grooming 44 d NNB Glenn Williams Psychology 22, JB Mermaids 25 d ST Club Nowra 21, GEMS-PP Engineering 44 d LB Luscious Body Beautiful 30.

Golf

Callala

Another  fantastic winters day today for the Monthly Medal Stroke round. A field of 39 players teed off and first home, and medal winner, with a nett 73 off an 11 handicap was William Snelgrove. Second was Steve Chapman also with a Nett 73 off a 15 handicap losing out on the countback. Third place was Joe Feher  with a nett 74 off a 36 handicap. Fourth was Nick Mansell off a 25 handicap also with 74 points losing out on the countback. A grade medal winner was W. Snelgrove. B grade medal winner was  T. Love. C grade medal winner was J. Feher. 10 players were in the ball rundown to a score of 81. No one managed to get on the 3rd green in one shot today for the nearest pin prize. No one was in the circle around the pin on the 11th for the Golf Exchange Sth Nowra prize either. Nearest the pins were: 10th N. Sparks. 14th C. Wassell. 16th L. McCormack. Raffle winners were: G. Hoskins. M. Chester. G. Blackshaw. H. Reynolds.

Callala Veterans

A beautiful winters day for the Vets golf today with 41 players teeing off for a Single Stableford game. First home today was Alan White with a good score of 40 points off a 32 handicap. Second in was Bill Downton having a good game with 38 points off a 24 handicap. Third was Barry Jarman  with 35 points off a 23 handicap. Fourth was Nick Mansell also on 35 points off a 25 handicap losing out on the countback. Ball rundown today was to 29 points with 18 players  receiving a ball. Nearest the pins were: 3rd G. Jurotte. 10th H. Reynolds. 11th    L. Bebber. 14th A. White. 16th B. Snelgrove. Raffle winners were: R. Jerman. A. Quaterman. N. Mansell. C. Chessell.

Nowra

Wright's Chainsaws Junior Open Champions for 2018 are Cassidy Graham from Links Shell Cove and Ethan Harvey from Kiama.

Wright's Chainsaws Junior Open Champions for 2018 are Cassidy Graham from Links Shell Cove and Ethan Harvey from Kiama.

On Saturday the Monthly Medal was keenly contested, and it was a day in memory of our good friend, Wayne Asher. Trevor Barrington managed to hit his straps to take out the coveted Monthly Mug with a nett 64. A Grade was won by Stephen Rice with 70/65 from Ted Downes 81/69 and Roger Hardy 79/70. Just to make it convincing, Stephen Rice also won the long drive and had the best scratch score. B Grade was a bit closer, with Trevor Bond winning with 82/67 from Michael Kable 82/68 and Hugh Lamond 84/68. Trevor Bond had the best scratch score and Lindsey Jones had the longest drive. C Grade was won by the Mug winner, Trevor Barrington 84/64 from Robin Douglass 94/68 and Peter Brown 92/71. Trevor Barrington had the best scratch score and Glenn Buikstra took out the long drive. Balls were distributed to the top nett 74's. Nearest the pins went to Hugh Lamond on the 4th, Graham Napper on the 8th, the 12th was won by David Murphy, Ted Downes had the best shot on the 16th and the 17th was a surprise extra on the day for Roger Hardy's benefit. Linda & Derek Trusler sponsored a drive & pitch on the 13th and Jason Jay was the lucky winner. Next Saturday is a single stableford with 4BBB in conjunction.

On a great golfing day, the Wednesday men's comp was ambushed by the left handed Colins, with Col Armstrong having the better 39 from Col Stubbs and Col Schreiber took third with the best 38. Balls went to 35. Nearest the pins were won by Mark McClellan on the 4th, Brian Hawkins narrowly missed a hole in one on the 8th and Rodney Crouch hit the best shot on the 16th.

Women's Golf played their Monthly Medal on Thursday with Sandra England having the best score of the day to win the coveted Monthly Glass, sponsored by Linda Trusler. Division 1 was won by Sandra England 91/70 from Jan Buttle 97/76. Division 2 was closely contested with Lyn Hatchman 97/70 defeating Val Wilson 100/70 on a countback. In Division 3, Nancye Massingham 112/79 was too good for Margaret Ford 119/81. Balls went to 82 nett. Sandra, Lyn and Nancye also had the best scratch scores. Sue Hunter was the only one to hit the 8th green and take out the nearest the pin. The drive & pitch on the 12th was won by Sandra England, Robyn Moore & Rickie Gilligan. Marg Jennings won the putting competition and the Jackpot on the 4th was won by Peta Merchant, Maree McLean and Janet Priddle.

Next Thursday WGN play a 4 person Texas Shootout.

My apologies to the Vet's for omitting their report last week. This week they played a 4 Person Texas Team Stableford with a relatively small field, but the scoring was red hot. The team of Pam Harrison, Sandra England, Jill Downie & Patricia Austin had 129 points to win the women's event. Balls went to 121 points. Nearest the pins was won by Sandra England on the 8th. The drive & pitch on the 4th was won by Patricia Austin ,the 12th was won by Joyce Wallace and Pam Harrison birdied the 16th. Ian Unsworth & Gary Hemus from Jamberoo teamed up with Terry Smith from Links Shell Cove and Trevor McCarthy to amass 150 points in the men's event to comfortably beat Bruce Byers & Phil Hellmund also from Jamberoo and Jim Gatty & John Winspear on 140. Balls went to 128 points. Nearest the pins went to Mike Kable, who almost aced the 4th, Ian Unsworth took out the Jackpot on the 8th & was closest on the 16th, with Nev Harrison winning the 12th.

Worrigee Links

Last Saturday we played the Wray Owen Monthly Medal Stroke event at Worrigee Links. The conditions were quite treacherous with strong winds blowing through out the morning rounds. Congratulations to Lez Wallace who cleaned up to record the best score of the day to win the the Monthly Mug, the A-Grade Monthly Medal and scratch with a very solid par round of 70 for 66 nett. The Runner up was Rodney Carpenter with 68 nett and third place went to Steve Kohler with 72 nett. The B-Grade Monthly Medal winner was Graeme Banister with a 69 nett. He survived on a count back from the Runner up Brian Stapylton also on 69 nett. Third place went to Matt Davies who also won the B-Grade scratch with an 85 nett 70. The C-Grade Monthly Medal and scratch winner was Ben Jones with a good score of 86 for a 66 nett. The Runner up was Wayne Lahene with a 74 nett on a count back from third placed Peter Conlon also on 74 nett. Well done to all tag novelty event winners, Steve Crampton won the Golden Shot jackpot on the 8th hole and you needed 76 nett or better to win a ball. Last Thursday’s Open comp was won by Chris Rayes with 41 points. The Runner up was Colin St John with 40 points and third place went to Jim Alder with 39 points. This Saturday is a single Stableford event.

WWPSWC

Despite a very cold wind but bright blue skies we had 15 players here today at the Country Club, to contest a stroke and putts event and our Annual Captain versus President event, also this was another round of our Annual Eclectic. The Captain at the end of the day had his work cut out for him getting a result for all of this happening. T2 led the way with a net 32 for the nine holes, Weetbix was next  with a 33 net on a  countback from Rocket Ron more about Ron later in this journal. The Drive and Pitch was won by Rocket Ron as was the nearest the pin on the 10th and the 13th. The Putting Competition went to Craggy having only 15 putts for the nine holes on a countback. The Mars Bar went to the Mayor with an undisclosed score. The rest of the day’s result was, despite having a swinger for the vote, it was dead heat on 285 net between the Captain and President for the day. Next week’s game is at Vincentia hit off sharp at 8am.

The Country Club St George’s Basin Women

The medal winners for August, Deb Weeks, Beryl Donovan and Fae Lloyd.

The medal winners for August, Deb Weeks, Beryl Donovan and Fae Lloyd.

Our first game for the month was a medal round, which was played in ideal conditions. Club champion Deb Weeks scooped the pool in division 1 with 79/72. She took the gross, the medal, the NTP and the long drive. Well done Deb. Liz Cullen played well too and had 84/74 to be r / u. Third in division 1 was Denise Campbell on the c / b. It was good to see Beryl Donovan back in the winners circle. Beryl’s 108/ 76 won the medal in division 2  with Jill Bussell taking the gross and r/ u 104/77. Bev Stevens was third with 111 / 78. Birthday girl Fae Lloyd gave herself an  early present. Fae had 107/35 to win the gross, the medal and the overall Veterans. Fae also was NTP in the 3rd division.  Kerry Coulter was the only other division 3 player to get a look in. She had the longest drive. Well done clever people. Val Kotlash had NTP in division 2, and Susan Finlay took the long drive in division 2. Julie Atlee needed just 29 putts to complete her round and win the putting ball.

Our numbers were down this week as a group of travellers were away winning on The Far South Coast. Robyn Campbell won an 18 hole event and Jenny Noden was R/u in the 54 hole championship as well as winning the 18 holes at Eden. Everyone else just enjoyed the beautiful sapphire coast courses. Preparations are underway for the Charity Day and Country Club Cup 24th August. Keep the raffle prizes coming and get the recipe books out for the afternoon tea.

Worrigee Links Veterans

Claudio Dallordio, Ray Wolfenden and Al Liebert.

Claudio Dallordio, Ray Wolfenden and Al Liebert.

51 Players . Best Putts: Al Liebert /Al Steeden 25puts.

A Grade – Paul Wallace 65. B Grade – Al Liebert 70, C Grade - Claudio  Dallordo 60. Ray Wolfenden 65 . Brian Dwyer 71. Robert Carter 67. Ntpin – 6th Jim Sach 680cm, Brian Stapleton 1540cm, Don Foster 1600cm. 8th Lyndsey Beale 460cm  6th Claudio Dallordo 764cm. Drive&Pitch 4th Ray Wolfenden 100cm, 4th Bruce Clark 266cm, 4th Chris Hofman, 13th Tony Edmonds  100cm 15th Claudio Dallordo.

Darts

Shoalhaven Darts Association

Results week one - Association sixes.

Eagles def Misfits 10 games to 1. DannyWatson had five finishes and the high score of 140. For Misfits Trevor Bloxsome won his singles and Rhonda Barbara had the high score o 140.

Mohawks def Fishos 10 games to 1. Nathan Simpson had 4 finishes and shared the high score o 140 with Darren Brudenell. Fisho’s Joe McDowell had three finishes and John West had the high score of 140.

Marlins def Bandits 9 games to 2. Barry Jouanet and Matt Goozeff had four finishes. Kevin Flanagan had the high score of 3 x 140. Bandit’s Peter Coggins had three finishes. Dave Hogan and Denis Boon had the high score of 140.

Squaws def Taipans 9 games to 2. Kay Dowell had six finishes. Kelly Hogan had the high score of an excellent 180. For Taipans Marie Perrin had three finishes and the high score of 153.

Ex-servicemen def Devils 9 games to 2. Ken O’Neill had five finishes and the high score of 121. Devil’s Darren Ralph had three finishes and Kerrie Dempsey had the high score of 117.

Pointscore: Eagles 2 – 10, Mohawks 2 – 10, Marlins  - 9, Squaws 2 – 9, Ex-servicemen 2 – 9, Devils 0 – 2, Taipans 0 – 2, Bandits 0 – 2, Fishos 0 – 1,Misfits 0 – 1.

Calling all dart players if there anyone out there wanting to play competition darts, new or old players please call Gloria Liddicoat on 0402851346.

Nowra Darts

Results Round 5

Pirates Defeated Phoenix 8-3

Phil Reeves had a magic game for Pirates with the maximum six finishes and two beautiful 180's. Jo Wood and Karey deBakker had three finishes each and Karey and Deb King threw the high score of 140. For Phoenix, Tracy Lymbery and Julie Pride  had three finishes and Danny Watson had two, including a nice 100 peg. Tracy and Danny top scored with 140.

Mohawks Defeated Kookaburras 8-3

Darren Brudenell was best player for Mohawks with five finishes and 140. Dulcie Ward had three finishes and Shirley Butler threw the high score of 121. Leanne Blair was best for Kookaburras with three finishes and Vic Leng had two finishes and 116. Maureen Donno top scored with 138.

Cherokees Defeated The Bangers 6-5

Dave Hogan was the star player for Cherokees with the ultimate six finishes and a very  nice 180. Gloria Liddicoat had three finishes and 121. For The Bangers, Norm Maney, Kerrie Dempsey and Rhonda Barbara had three finishes each and Dave Harrison top scored with 140.

Coyotes Defeated Meerkats 6-5

Shane Pritchard had four finishes and 135 for Coyotes and Berlinda Pritchard had three finishes and 122. Vic Walker was best for Meerkats with five finishes and Nat Sadler had four finishes and 101. Robert Webb top scored with 124.

Camels received a forfeit from Dragons.

Point score: Pirates 10 - 40: Mohawks 10 - 38: Cherokees 8 - 32: Camels 6 - 29: The Bangers 4 - 29: Kookaburras 4 - 26: Dragons 4 - 20: Coyotes 4 - 18: Phoenix 0 - 18: Meerkats 0 - 15.

Tennis

Shoalhaven Tennis

Tuesday ladies: Canaries defeated Kestrels 5 sets 39 games to 3 sets 33 games. Top scorers Sandra on 20 And Kaye H on 21. Wrens defeated Robins 6 sets 39 games to 2 sets 29 games. Top scorers Joy on 24 And Debbie on 19

Tuesday Night Mens: Markus hasn’t got his act together yet so no score sheets.

Thursday Night Mixed Division 1: Jack Russell defeated Beagle 3 sets 30 games to 3 sets 29 games. Top scorers were Markus on 17 and Paul on 16. Labrador defeated Puggle by 3 sets 26 games to 3 sets 24 games. Top scorers were Christian on 14 and Steven on 16. Shepherd defeated Cavalier by 4 sets 32 games to 2 sets 24 games. Top scorers Ray on 19 and Kiwi on 17. Division 2: Foxgloves defeated Snakeroot 3 sets 24 games to 3 sets 23 games. Top scorers were Megan on 15 and Tegan on 18. Thanks to Mary for subbing. Wolfbane defeated Nightshade 4 sets 31 games to 2 sets 26 games. Top scorers were Toby on 18 and Pat on 16. Hemlock defeated Lily of The Valley 5 sets 33 games to 1 set 24 games. Top scorers were Mark & Hugh on 19 and Jude on 17.

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