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Semi-Finals results, 1st September 2018.
9/10 A ALB Callala Cellars Meerkats 11 d REB Camery’s 9, JB Kebabalon Bluebottles 21 d ST Black 3. 9/10 B REB Flour Water Salt Bakery 9 d ALB Shoalhaven Family Chiropractic Centre Cubs 6, REB Bomaderry Vets 4 d ST White 3.
11/12 A JB J & E Building Waves 25 d LB Yes Optus Nowra Fantails 17, ST Jayco Nowra 49 d ALB East Coast Steel Tigers 14. 11/12 B JB East Coast Shower Screens & Mirrors Seals 13 d ALB Fantastic Furniture Nowra Bobcats 12, JB Shoalhaven Gas Starfish 37 d ST South Coast Site Rentals 3.
13/14 A ALB Son-Line Concrete Pumping Cool Cats 48 d JB Elk & Willow Swordfish 19, NNB FAW Electrical 37 d NNB Shoalwelding 23. 13/14 B LB Hit and Run 29 d ALB Fantastic Furniture Nowra Minx 27, ST Farmers Market 42 d NNB Skelscaff 25.
15/17 A JB Shoalhaven River Cruise Dolphins 36 d LB Skinn Hawks 25, NNB Priceline Pharmacy 64 d JB Raine & Horne Huskisson Surfers 35. 15/17 B ST Club Nowra 33 d JB Steve Purse Automotive Kingfish 28, NNB A C Lawyers 35 d JB Hunt Removals Crayfish 22.
Seniors: Division 1 NNB Budget Curtains 32 d REB Waterways Swim School 30, LB Jet Locksmiths & Security 35 d JB Hunt Removals Sharks 32. Division 2 NNB Wrays Warriors 34 d REB Ragers 25, GEMS – Choices Flooring Nowra 38 d LB Ann Sudmalis MP 26. Division 3 LB Logo Shack 36 d Saints Club Nowra 26, ALB Cougars 27 d ALB leopards 21. Division 4 JB Mermaids 41 d GEMs –PP Engineering 24, REB Puppy Scrubs Grooming 24 d ST Jayco Nowra 18.
The Worrigee Links Open event was played last Saturday, sponsored by Shoalhaven Ex-Servicemen’s Club. The event was part of the Golf Illawarra Open Series and attracted a very good field of 120 players, all of whom enjoyed the day, despite the blustery conditions. This year’s winner was Luke Taylor from Gerringong with a good score of 73. Well played Luke, who had only previously played the course a few times, but did enough to just finish ahead of local Worrigee player Cam Fraser with 74. Third place went to Danny Nesbitt from Links Shell Cove with 76. The A Grade nett winner was another local member, Brad Henderson with 69. The B Grade scratch winner was Rob Walker, just good enough to beat Runner up Drago Stih on a count back, both on 86. The B Grade nett winner was Clive Timmins from Gerrongong, just ahead of local Rob Lidsey both on 73. The C Grade scratch winner was Les Sweeney from Highlands with a 90, well played Les, who is a regular visitor to Worrigee. The C Grade nett winner was local Don Hamilton with 70. Great to see Don back in the winners circle again! Well done to all the minor place getters and novelty event winners, way too many to mention, but congratulations! A huge thanks to the Men’s golf committee for hosting another very successful event again this year. Thanks also to Schlickey’s Pizza for catering for all the players! Thanks to all the players and look forward to seeing you all back at Worrigee Links again next year.
Last Thursday’s Open Comp was won by Jim Alder with 42 points. The Runner up was Col Cattell on a count back from third placed Paul Harris, both on 40 points. This Saturday is the first round of the Men’s Club Championships, which runs for three Saturdays through September.
Callala RSL Country Club Veterans
Today’s Vets Game at Callala was a Single Stableford with 33 players Making up the field. First home was Tony Pitt-Lancaster with a score of 39 points off a 23 handicap. Nice game Tony well played. Second, third and fourth players all came home with a score of 36 points to be sorted with the countback. So second went to the lovely Catherine Cousins to beat the rest of the men. Well played Cath great game. Third was Harry Dowling with fourth place going to Michael Innes. Today’s ball rundown was to 31 points with 10 players receiving a ball. Nearest the pins were: 3rd Doug Ingle. 10th Harry Reynolds. 11th William Snelgrove. 14th Dave Dickerson. 16th John Dobson. Raffle winners were: B. Whitlock. H. Reynolds. W. George. A. Quarterman.
Callala RSL Country Club
Today’s game at Callala on a beautiful spring day was a Stroke round for the Monthly medal. First home and winner of the Monthly medal and B grade was Dallas Laughton with a nett 65 off a 17 Handicap. Nice round Dallas well played, well clear of second place and C grade winner Glenn Hughes with 73 points off a 28 handicap, third place and A grade winner John Love also with a score of 73 points off a 13 handicap. Fourth man home today also with a score of 73 points was Harold Reynolds off a 17 handicap. Ball rundown went to 78 points and 14 players were awarded a ball. No was able to claim the Golf Exchange Sth Nowra prize for nearest the pin inside the circle on the 11th. Nearest the pins were: 10th J. Reardon. 14th G. Hosking. 16th J. Coe. Raffle winners were: A.Schatzman. H. Reynolds. S. Mc Ewan. G. Hughes.
We had 13 players at the Course on the Hill, to play in a Stableford Event. You could not fault the weather, with clear blue skies and a gentle breeze, quite warm in the sun. The winner of the day was Mumbles with 17 stableford points. Next was The Boy Wonder with 16 points. Then came Skeeter with 15 points on a count back from Hakas. The Mars Bar went to Downonhisluck with an undisclosed score, He made up some ground on the 9th with his drive and pitch. Nearest the pin on the 5th was John Split. We hope Weetbix gets a very good result for his upcoming eye surgery. It was heard to be said by one of our members to one of our members today and I quote, Please don’t park your buggy in front of the green, as it means I can’t hit off from the tee in case I hit it. The Vincentia Course continues to improve each time we go there. The greens are starting to look in great shape. Next week’s game is at Sussex Inlet please be ready to hit off at 8am.
The September Monthly Medal was played last Saturday, with the day’s sponsors being Lance Worboys and Peter Brown. Many thanks go to Lance and Peter for their continued generous sponsorship. A Grade was won by Peter Russell with a great round of 65 nett. Peter also won the gross with 72. Runner up (again) was Max Carney and Club Captain Collin Lott, continuing his good form was third, with both having a nett 71. B Grade saw an enthralling tussle with four players returning a nett 69. Michael Butler was the winner on a countback from Derek Trusler and Neil Dinnie. Neil also won the gross event with 83. Phil White won C Grade and the Monthly Mug with the day’s best round of 64 nett. Co-sponsor Lance Worboys was second with 66, whilst evergreen, Ted Wright was in third place with 68. Ken Wills had the best scratch score with 89. Long drives went to Paul Phillips, John Henry and Ryan Henry respectively. N.T.P’s were won by Tony Hosler (4th), Col Darley (8th), Neil Dinnie (12th) and Col Templeton (16th). The course certainly showed the benefit of the rain received early in the week. All we need now - as with everyone else - is some steady follow up.
The Vets on Tuesday, played a 2BBB for the Captain’s v President’s Trophy. After cards were counted, both teams had scored 528 points. After a countback, the Captain’s team was declared the winner. The two top teams on the day were the usurpers from up north, with Terry Smith and Gary Hemus playing well to score 49 points. They were closely followed by Dave Cotterill and Ian Unsworth on 47. Nearest the Pins went to Jamberoo’s Rod Hodkinson (4th), Tony Hosler (8th plus the Jackpot), Nev Harrison (12th) – yet again, and Ian Unsworth on the 16th. The women’s winners were Linda Trusler and Pat Austin with 43 points. Drive and Pitch holes were won by Pat Austin (4th), Linda Trusler (12th) and Viv Mitchell (16th), whilst Angela Boadle won the 8th N.T.P. Next Tuesday’s event will be a Las Vegas Ambrose.
The consistent Mark McLellan won Wednesday’s Single Stableford with 42 points. Club Captain Collin Lott was second on 39, whilst Adrian Smith also had 39 to be third. Balls went down to 35 points. Nearest the pins went to Colin Stubbs (4th), Brett Trenerry (8th) and Rob Coulthart (16th).
Thursday saw a perfect day for golf for the women who played a Single Stableford. Division 1 was won on a countback by Angela Boadle with 33 points from Peta Merchant. Val Wilson with 36 points won Division 2 from Linda Trusler on 34. Division 3 winner was Sandra Goddard with the day’s best score of 40 points. Margaret Ford was once again runner-up on 36. Balls ran out on 29 points. N.T.P’s on the 8th went to Cathy Ison (Div 1), Maree McLean (Div. 2) and Sandra Goddard (Div. 3). Winners of Drive and Pitch on the 12th were Sandra England (Div. 1), Robyn Moore(Div 2) and Sandra Goddard scored the double in Division 3.
Tuesday 28 August 2018 – Women’s Foursomes Championship 27 Holes. Winner Gross: Di Knoll Tara Mackie (22.5) 139. Winner Net: Suzie Collins Louise Barnes (37.5) 109.5. Runner Up Net: Janet Bowden Peta Marchant (35.25) 112. 75 Ann Blyth Valda Schroder (65.25) 115.75. Comp: Long drives: Louise Barnes, Ann Blyth NTP: Maureen Latimer.
Wednesday 29 August 2018 – Pro-shop Single Stableford. Comp: Geoff Armstrong (31) 41, Martin Smith (10) 38, Alan Davies (19) 38, Greg Collins (2) 38, Stephen Davidson (28) 37, Phillip Lyons (10) 37. Result: Nearest the Pin: Raymond Keith (11th), Geoffrey Scarlett (15th), Nick Skinner (14th).
Thursday 30 August 2018 – Veterans 2 Ball Multiplier Stableford + Singles. Comp: George Vlatko (7) Geoff Wilson (20) 81, Bradley Sharpe (17) Bob Nagle (20) 76. Singles: Michael Hunt (22) 42, Michael King (30) 39. Women: Joy Hollway (33) 38. Ball Comp: to 33. Comp: NTP:John May (11) John Bathe (15) Connie Parrish (11) D&C: Greg O'Hearn (12) Felicity Percival (8) Valsa Schroder (10).
Saturday 1 September 2018 – Weekend Single Stroke Monthly Medal. A: Stephen Jermyn (9) 72, Bluey Everest (9) 73. B: Ros Elliott (13) 73, Karl Knoll (15) 75. C: Brett Herron (21) 73, Terry Nicoll (33) 74. Scratch: Dave McClean 78cb. Women: Vicki Askew (24) 75. Comp: NTP: Sharon McCarthy (11th) James Hall (11th), Paul Feest (15th) D&P: Graeme Hickie (14th). Ball Comp: to 80cb
The Country Club St George’s Basin Women
The last day of winter was impressive for the 33 women who donned many layers to keep warm and dry on the course to contest a stableford round. In division 1,Jenny Noden had 37 points to win from Lynn Dunn on the c/ b, with Julie Atlee third on 34. Best score of the day went to Jill O’Connor who had an excellent 40 points to take division 2 from Olga Clifton, 36, then President Dell with 35 points. Congratulations Jill on a great round, especially considering the conditions. Our very serious senior golfer, Pat Maidment did it again. Well done Pat. 35 points won division 3 from Lesley Griffiths 33 and Wilma Scarpin 30. We’re delighted to have Wilma back with us after her adventures in Bermagui. NTP prizes went to Julie Kemp, Dell Buckley and Lynne Green. The caravan trip has been good for Lynne’s golf. Restricted space makes for better accuracy does it Lynne? Course renovations are on this week so the September medal round has been moved to 14th September and replaced with another Stableford round. Let’s hope spring will be sprung by then.
Draw for Thursday, September 6: Ct. 1. 6.30pm. Rudd's v N/Dig. (D. Chicks), 7,30pm. Chicks v Cougars (D. N/Dig). Ct. 2. 6.30pm. N/Nutters v Valkyrie (D. Ted). Ct. 3. 6.30pm. All Net v Coaches (D.O/School), 7.30pm. All Net v O/School (D. Coaches)
Shoalhaven Darts Association
Results of round 4.
Mohawks def Devils 10 games to 1. Nathan Simpson had six finishes and Duane Lichtendahl had the high score of a great180. Devils Elissa Allard won her singles and Darren Ralph had the high score of 120.
Marlins def Misfits 8 games to 3. Peter Wood and Matt Goozeff had four finishes each and Bim Stewart had the high score of an excellent 180. Misfits Steve Neader and Trevor Bloxsome had three finishes each and Steve had the high score of 133.
Fishos def Squaws 8 games to 3. Vic Leng had five finishes and John West had the high score of 140. Squaw’s Kelly Hogan, Gloria Liddicoat and Gladys Webster had two finishes each and Kelly and Kay Dowell had the high score of 140.
Eagles def Bandits 8 games to 3. Ian Green had five finishes and Lucas Gray and Danny Watson had the high score of 140. Bandit’s Dave Hogan had four finishes, one being a 106 peg, Dave shared the high score of 140 with Shane Pritchard.
Ex-servicemen def Taipans 7 games to 4. Therese Bournes had four finishes and Ken O’Neill had the high score of 124. Taipan’s Kaylene Hackett had four finishes and the high score of 140.
Results round 5.
Fishos def Devils 11 games to nil. Joe McDowell and Vic Leng had five finishes each and John West and Norm Maney had the high score of 140.
Bandits def Ex-servicemen 10 games to 1. Peter Coggins and Dave Hogan had five finishes each. Dave had the high score of a great 180. Bandit’s Ken O’Neill had two finishes and high score of 180.
Marlins def Squaws 9 games to 2. Barry Jouannet and Peter Wood had four finishes each. Peter, Matt Goozeff and Kevin Flanagan had the high score of 140. Squaws Kelly Hogan won her singles. Lynda Economos and Kay Dowell had the high score of 140.
Misfits def Taipans 7 games to 4. Robert Webb had five finishes and Steve Neader had the high score of 115. John Perrin had three finishes and Megan Stewart had the high score of 140.
Mohawks def Eagles 7 games to 4. Daune Lichtendahl had five finishes and Jake Howie had the high score of 150. Eagles Ian Green had three finishes and Peter Vider had the high score of a great 180.
Pointscore: Marlins 10-42, Mohawks 8-41, Eagles 8-41, Bandits 6-33, Fishos 4-29, Ex-servicemen 4-24, Misfits 4-22, Squaws 2-17, Devils 2-11, Taipans 0-15.
Results Round 9
Phoenix Defeated The Bangers 9-2: Danny Watson had a magic game for Phoenix with the maximum six finishes, eleven scores of 100 or better including a 115 peg. Jodie Armstrong and Tracey Lymbery had three finishes each and Daniel Aitken top scored with 152. Norm Maney and Dan Kennedy Young had three finishes for The Bangers with Norm throwing the high score of 140. Rhonda Barbara had two finishes and 127.
Dragons Defeated Coyotes 8-3: Peter Vider was best for Dragons with four finishes and 125. Marie Perrin and Georgie Vider had three finishes and Marie and Kaylene Hackett top scored with 140. For Coyotes, Peter Coggins, Gary French and Berlinda Pritchard had two finishes. Peter top scored with 140 and Berlinda threw 137.
Pirates Defeated Kookaburras 7-4: Phil Reeves had a great game for Pirates with five finishes, eight high scores including a 142 peg and a beaut 180. Karey deBakker and Jo Wood had a finish each and Karey threw 133. Leanne Blair and Maureen Donno had three finishes each for Kookaburras and Leanne top scored for the ladies with 111. Ken Kelleher top scored with 140.
Meerkats Defeated Mohawks 6-5: Kate Watson was best player for Meerkats with five finishes. Denis Boon and Robert Webb had a finish each and Denis top scored with 140. Nat Sadler threw the high score of 114. Darren Brudenell was best for Mohawks with five finishes and he shared the high score of 140 with Matt Goozeff. Dulcie Ward had three finishes and 129.
Camels Defeated Cherokees 6-5: Kristel Kenny led the way for Camels with four finishes while Rex O'Brien and Peter Godfrey had two each. Trevor Green top scored with 140 and Sue Kenny threw 125. Dave Hogan was best player for Cherokees with five finishes and 153. Kay Dowell had three finishes and Lynda Economos threw 109.
Point score: Pirates 16 - 65: Mohawks 14 - 64: Cherokees 12 - 59: Camels 10 - 48: The Bangers 8 - 50: Dragons 8 - 44: Kookaburras 6 - 41: Coyotes 6 - 35: Phoenix 4 - 42: Meerkats 4 - 37.
Hope to see everyone at the B.R.S.L this Thursday night 6/9/18 for our Annual Charity event. Names in by 7pm sharp. Always lots of fun and novelty gifts to be won. Dapto visit is 28th October if you wish to play please put your name on the back of the game sheet.
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