Shoalhaven Netball Association
Round 4 results, 11th May 2019.
NSG GO 9/10 ST Financial Dynamics 16 d ST Akarna Energy 1, JB Kangaroo Vlley Getaway Clams 1 d NNB The Athletes Foot 0, REB Bayside Mortgage Rubies 2, REB Oasis Takeaway Comets 1, ALB Cubs 13 dLB Moovin Music 4, REB Berry C A Lightening 6 d JB BKL Concrete Nowra Bluebottles 5.
11/12 A JB Eastcoast Shower Screens Waves 31 d ALB Lions 5, REB Floodlighting Aust Bright Lights 33 d JB Kebabalon Seals 6, ALB Meerkats 45 d NNB FAW ELECTRICAL 3, REB Camerys Kangaroos Bye.
11/12 B ST Kardia HR 26 d JB Bay & Basin Animal Hospital Starfish 2, NNB Kangaroo Valley Kayaks 12 d REB Bomo Vets Brumbys 8, ALB Bobcats 29 d REB Belle Property Berry Bears 9.
13/14 ALB Minx 54 d ALB Tigers 6, NNBNC North Nowra Vets 34 d ST Athletes Foot 5, NNB Shoalwelding 38 d JB J & E Building Swordfish 23, JB Nowra Carpet Court Penguins 23 d JB ST Georges Basin Newsagency Stingrays 22, LB Yes Optus Nowra 67 d NNBNC Bearded Brewer 1.
15/17 JB Steve Purse Auto Kingfish 22 all draw with ST Nowra Farmers Market, NNBNC Priceline Nowra 69 d ST Nowra Scrap Metal 7, JB Elk & Willow Surfers forfeit win d LB Hit and Run forfeited, LB Bakehouse Delights 57 d ALB Wildcats 9, ALB Cool Cats 49 d JB Konekt Employment Dolphins 26, NNBNC A C Lawyers 49 d NNBNC Manildra 3.
Division 1 LB Falcons 36 d JB Hunt Removals Sharks 33, REB Waterwys Swim School 45 d JB Shoalhaven River Cruise Barracudas 34, NNBNC Hanlon Windows 55 d SNA 15's 49.
Division 2 GEMS Choices Flooring Nowra 38 d ALB Shoalhaven Family Chiropractic Centre Panthers 26, NNBNC Wray's Warriors 45 d Saints Club Nowra 20, LB Air Advantage Bye.
Division 3 JB Kebabalon Clownfish 23 d LB Nest Residential Design 22, JB On The Bay Maintenance Dugongs 40 d ALB Local Search Pumas 32, NNBNC NORTH NOWRA TAVERN 43 d Saints Club Nowra 33.
Division 4 ALB Jim's Cleaning Shoalhaven Leopards 35 d ALB Nolan Bulk Haulage Cougars 23, JB Askew Smash Mermaids forfeit win d LB Magpies forfeited, GEMS PP Engineering 30 d JB Raine & Horne Breakers 23.
Division 5 ALB Greenwell Point Bowling Club Jaguars 42 d NNBNC The Athlete's Foot 5, LB Luscious 31 d Saints Club Nowra 24, ST Eliza's Lighting Bye.
Draw Thursday, May 16
Ct. 1. 6.30pm. O/School v All Net (D. Cougars), 7.30pm. Chicks v Cougars (D. O/School). Ct. 2. 6.30pm. N/Dig. v Valkyrie (D. No Name), 7.30pm. No Name v New Team (D. Valkyrie). Ct. 3. 6.30pm. Cougars A v Av Joes (D. Wazza), 7.30pm. Coaches v Wazza (D. Cougars A)
Wednesday's Point Score Pairs 8th May Winners Terry Edwards and John Mussig. Runners up Ken McMillan and James Hayward. Jackpot $400.00 Won by Tom Houldsworth and Cliff Edwards. Game results: Rink 1 Graham Woods and Bill Huntriss lost 27/9 to Max Purnell and Bill Toohey. Rink 2 Ken McMillan and James Hayward beat Sigi Ferchow and Dave Platt 25/10. Rink 3 Terry Gray and Paul Beavis lost 33/16 to Terry Edwards and John Mussig. Rink 4 Trevor Handebo and Pat Duke lost 19/15 to Tom Houldsworth and Cliff Edwards. Rink 5 Alex Stevens and Denis Potter lost 28/14 to Bruce McMahon and Graham Hinsley.
Friday's Jackpot Pairs 10th May Winners Bill Huntriss and Bill Toohey. Runners up Barry Jorgenson and Mike Mitchell. No jackpot insufficient numbers. Game results: Rink 1 Barry Jorgenson and Mike Mitchell beat Stuart Christison and Tony Cake 24/18. Rink 2 Bob Musgrove and Maurie Snell beat Tom Houldsworth and Sigi Ferchow 23/18. Rink 3 Bill Huntriss and Bill Toohey beat Trevor Handebo and Trevor Wright 31/17.
Club Triples Championship Round 1 Starts 1pm Saturday 18th May. Games must be played on or before date set down.
The past week saw the start of the Men's Pairs in variable weather conditions. Dennis Beazley and Bob Fowler defeated Glenn Brindle and Grant Ridges by 1 shot, 17 - 16, in less than perfect bowling conditions. Gusty north westerly winds did not let up on Wednesday, May 8, making conditions difficult for the bowlers. Weather conditions were better for those who played their 1st round games on Saturday, May 11. Paul Mitchell and Craig Taylor defeated Stephen Blackley and Graham Hulbert by 1 shot, 27 - 26. Father and son team of Steve and Phill Bowerman were defeated by Marinus Vanbroekhaven and Col Neighbour, 15 -22. Steve Irwin and Steve Foley had a big win over Alan White and John Young, both of whom came out of retirement for this event. Gary Manning and Greg McMillan defeated Steve Robertson and Marty Gehrke, 32 - 14. Norm Delaney and Jon Lee played Terry Renaud and Dion Gadd in another close game, with Terry and Dion hanging on to win, 22 - 19. The last game saw Terry Castle and Chris Harbrow do battle with Pat Ford and Ron Wilkinson. Pat and Ron had the early lead 11 - 6 on the 11th end. Terry and Chris fought back keeping the opposition scoreless for the next 10 ends to win the game 26 - 11. Next weekend the victorious Grade7's will travel to St Georges Basin to play their zone play off. Good luck to the boys.
The girls had a game of pairs on Tuesday, May 7. Judit Fraser and Bev Young defeated Jan Wright and Lyn Byrne by 11 shot, 15 - 14.
Shoalhaven Ex-Servicemen Men
Wind was the word for the week. On Monday, Berry put on a marvellous day of Bowls for the Veterans and Super Veterans of the South Coast District Bowls Association. On Wednesday, we were blown off the Greens and play was cancelled. Saturday was a cold, clear day with a strong southerly wind changing the pace of the green each end. We had 28 players competing in one game of Men's Fours, two games of Mixed Social Triples and two of Mixed Social Pairs. Two visitors from Culburra, Len Thomas and Ken France learned why our greens are called Windy Worrigee with Len welcomed back for more punishment on Saturday.
Monday 6th May Ex-Servo's Men's Bowling Club would like to thank the South Coast District Bowls Association and especially the Berry Bowling Club for hosting the Vets and Super Vets (that's 70 and over 75 years young) day of Bowls. Nine members of our Club had a bonzer day. Thank you!
Saturday 11th May was a glorious but windy autumn day. The Green was two paced with the bowl sailing off into the distance with the wind and having to bowl over arm to reach the jack into the wind. Rink 1 saw a great tussle with the boys bragging rights going to Matthew Rosina, Bazza Waters and Alan Morrissey as they came from behind to win by 21 shots to 17. Rink 2 Greg Morphett, Maria Middleton and James Haywood handled the windy conditions a little better than their opposition and breezed home by 24 to 10 shots. Rink 3 in the game of the week John Newbold and Alan Rose blew away to a fantastic start to be up 9 to 0 after the 5th end. Tony Mikus and Jim Jameison finally conquered the conditions and clawed their way back into contention to be only down 6 shots to 11 after the 11th end. John and Alan would not be denied and replied in the best way possible, to win to next 2 ends and blow the score out to 14/6. This was the beginning of some wonderful bowling by Tony and Jim as, with three and four shot ends, they soon had levelled the score at 14 all on the 17th end. They kept the pressure on and except for a fabulous three from John and Alan, sailed home to win the game by 22 shots to 17. Rink 4 In another come from behind win, Ray Solway, Alessandro Lattanzio, Allan Furniss and John Black came home with a wet sail to win the Team of the Pennants by 23 to 20 shots. Rink 5 witnessed Wayne Austin and Julie Buchanan whip up a storm to win by 17 shots to 13. Draw Results 1st Draw Rink 1 Matthew Rosina, Bazza Waters and Alan Morrissey 2nd Draw Rink 2 Greg Morphett, Maria Middleton and James Haywood 3rd Draw Rink 4 Ray Solway, Alessandro Lattanzio, Allan Furniss and John Black Lucky Looser Rink 5 Tina Stobbs and Len Thomas Players Draw: Maria Middleton
Pennants Teams Saturday and Sunday the 18th and 19th May. To play at Tura Beach. Saturday Cards Called 12.30 pm and Sunday Cards Called 9.30am. Stay Friday and Saturday nights in the Comfort Inn at Merimbula. Mick Edwards John Black Alan Rose. Graham Mills Allan Furniss Ray Solway. Bert Madge Alessandro Lattanzio Eddy Lee. Matthew Goddard Graham Eyre Roy Cartledge. Reserve Tony Mikus.
What's On: Wednesday 15th May Social Bowls payment by 12.30pm Saturday 18th May Mixed Social Bowls payment by 12.30pm.
With Pennants over for the year attention is focused on social and Championship bowls. Wednesday 8th May attracted 15 Bowlers for social and two games of triples were played and one game of cutthroat. The team of Brian Povey, George Waddell and Rob Folkard beat Ken Stevens, Steve Kellett and David Lambert 22-15. The score was not really indicative of the match with both teams winning 10 ends each. The other game saw Barry Dunn, Tom Froggatt and Col Good beat Brian Vickary Bob Dunn and Lindsay McNamara 21-14. The cutthroat was played between Phil Chittick, Robin Reid and Terry Hayes with Phil scoring 16 shots to 8 shots each to Robin and Terry.
On Saturday 11th May one game of triples and one pairs game were played socially and two Major Singles matches. Adam Rigney defeated Paul Bezant 31-24 over32 ends and Robin Reid defeated. Peter Delamont 31-27 over37 ends. The Social pairs game was played between Brian Vickary and Terry Hayes who beat Kate Jenkinson and Lindsay McNamara 25-15,in the triples Barry Dunn, Bob Dunn and Col Good beat Ken Stevens, Tom Froggatt and David Lambert 21-18.The final of the Major Singles is expected to be played on Saturday 18th May.
Two games of pairs and one of triples was played last Tuesday. Winners were Edna Baxter, Sandra Annetts and Nancye Carre over Robin Bryan, Carol Blackshaw and Judy Watson, Marea Challender and Carol Turton over Maree Guilfoyle and Eileen Hunter, and Trish Tom and Jenny Castellan over Julie Cotton and June Jones.
On Wednesday our Open Triples tournament was held, and what a great sight to see so many clubs taking part and on the greens. Although the sun was out, everyone was battling quite strong winds, which came up more in the afternoon, and as a result the afternoon game was shortened. Everyone was happy to go inside and enjoy afternoon tea and have a catch up with friends. Congratulations to Team Wisemans Park on taking the win and well done to Culburra's Marilyn O'Day, Trish Bailey and Helen Neilsen for taking our second place.
After the big day on Wednesday, numbers were slightly down on Thursday. Winners were Maree Guilfoyle, Trish Tom and Marilyn O'Day over Elaine Turner, Julie Cotton and Helen Neilsen, and Carol Turton and Eileen Hunter over Margaret Gilchrist and Sandra Annetts. The District Singles is being played this week, and we wish all our Culburra ladies lots of luck and good bowling.
Bomaderry Men's monthly Monday pairs was run with a small field as it clashed with a couple of other events, the winners on the day were Mike Mitchell & Barry Jorgenson with 2 wins +22, coming in second was George Winstanley & John Lewis 2 wins +9 on count back from the Cody brothers Ron & Todd 2 wins also +9 in third, the am prize went to Bob Webster & Pat Duke +12, the pm to John Mac & Jim Jamieson +24. Tuesday's social saw Allan Rose & Alex Lattanzio in first place followed by the triples rink of Ron Young, Walter Garcia & Derek Chapman in second and Garry Gilligan & Lindsay MacNamara were third, the jackpot spins were by Keith Beresford & Steve Helson who were unsuccessful as was Joe B & Bob Webster. On Thursday a small field contested social with Mike Winnem & Pene McDonald in first with Pepe Jakus & TC Collins getting second, the jackpot spins were by Willie Sulz & Joe B who were unsuccessful as was Steve Fuller & Derek Chapman. Our pennant sides finished their season with losses with the 2's away to Windang who needed a win to secure second place and they did so winning 2 rinks to 1 but not before receiving a real scare as the 2's led for most of the way only to go down over the last few ends, team West continued on their winning way 20/16, team Salway lost a couple of 4's at the end to go down 16/23 and team Hiscoe went down 14/28 against the strong Mark Larsen team, the big board went Windang's way 67/50 and it was terrific of some of our 7's coming up to support. The 5's needing a win to secure a place were at a disadvantage from the outset as they played the Warilla team away and inside on the synthetic which was a first for most of our players, team Webster went down 17/29 team Rae had a great win 25/17 and team Griffith went down over the last few ends by the barest of margins 1 shot 17/18, the big board went Warilla's way 64/59.
Tuesday ladies: Rapunzel defeated Ariel 4 sets 27 games to 2 sets 22 games. Aurora defeated Snow White 5 sets 38 games to 1 set 23 games. Cinderella defeated Pocohontas 5 sets 31 games to 1 set 22 games. Tuesday Men's: Yellow defeated Gold 5 sets 44 games to 4 sets 48 games. Silver defeated Blue 5 sets 40 games to 4 sets 36 games. Thursday Night Mixed: Div 1: The Dish defeated The Castle 5 sets 34 games to 1 sets 22 games. Mad Max defeated Storm Boy 4 sets 34 games to 2 sets 26 games. Ned Kelly defeated Crackerjack 4 sets 37 games to 2 sets 27 games. Div 2: The Omen defeated Halloween 5 sets 34 games to 1 set 21 games. Alien defeated Poltergeist 3 sets 26 games to 3 sets 21 games.
Shoalhaven Darts Association
Results week 13: First Division - Fishos def Ex-Servicemen 8 games to 3. John West and Joe McDowell had four finishes each. Joe, Daniel Kennedy-Young and Rick McKenzie had the high score of 140. Fishos played one short. For Ex-servicemen Tim Howe and Gary French had two finishes and Garry had the high score of 125.
Out of Towners def Eagles 7 games to 4. Shaun Carriage had five finishes. Dave Boyle JNR had the high score of a 147 peg. Eagles Georgie Vider had four finishes and Peter Vider had the high score of an excellent 180.
Mohawks def Bandits 6 games to 5. Duane Lichtendaul had five finishes and shared the high score of 140 with Darren Draper, Jake Howie and Nathan Simpson. Dave Hogan had three finishes. Steve Higgins and Trevor Hay had the high score of 140.
Marlins had the bye.
POINTSCORE: Mohawks 20-91, Eagles 20-90, Marlins 18-83, Out of Towners 16-78, Fishos 12-75, Bandits 12-73, Ex-Servicemen 4-35.
Second Division: Misfits def Devils 9 games to 2. Trevor Bloxsome and Robert Webb had five finishes and Trevor had the high score of 121. For Devils Julieann Maney was the only one to win her singles and Darren Ralph had the high score of 126.
Squaws def Taipans 8 games to 3. Kelly Hogan had five finishes and Kay Dowell had the high score of 171. For Taipans Kaylene Hackett had five finishes and the high score of 133. Taipans were playing one short.
Pointscore: Misfits 12-66, Squaws 12-61, Devils 2-25, Taipans 0-25.
Results round 11
Pirates Defeated Mohawks 8-3. Phil Reeves was best player for Pirates with five finishes and Phil shared the high score honors of 140 with Peter Wood. Mel Nye had three finishes. For Mohawks, Dulcie Ward had three finishes and Pat Duke had two. Pat and John Boyle top scored with 140 and Shirley Butler threw 133.
The Bangers Defeated Cherokees 6-5. Graham Thompson had three finishes and 140, Julieann Maney had three finishes and 135 and Elissa Allard had three finishes for The Bangers. Brad Moulds had four finishes for Cherokees and David Hogan top scored with 140. Lynda Economos had two finishes and 127.
Dragons had the bye. Point score: Pirates 22-88: Cherokees : 16-71: The Bangers 14-56: Mohawks 12-71: Dragons 12-64.
Division Two: Camels Defeated Kookaburras 7-4. Best players for Camels were Peter Godfrey and Trevor Green with four finishes each and Clancy Orlando had three. Rex O'Brien top scored with 134. Dan Kennedy Young was best player for Kookaburras with four finishes and 140. Therese Bournes had three finishes.
Meerkats defeated Coyotes 6-5. Meerkats best player was Vic Walker with five finishes and Fran Cruickshank had three. Robert Webb top scored with 140. Shane and Berlinda Pritchard were best for Coyotes with four finishes each and one of Berlinda's finishes was a great 102 peg. Peter Coggins top scored with 134.
Phoenix had the bye. Point score: Phoenix 12-54: Camels 10-58: Coyotes 4-38: Meerkats 2-42: Kookaburras 2-36.
Shoalhaven Bicycle User Group
Some Shoalhaven Bicycle User Group rides for this week include:
THURSDAY 16/05/2019 - MIDWEEK MOUNTAIN BIKE RIDE; 25 to 40 km / Moderate pace / Sealed and unsealed roads / Fire trails / Single lane bush tracks and beaches / Cyclepaths / Mountain bikes are essential. All rides are only suitable for experienced cyclists on mountain bikes with suspension. Rides vary each week, starting at 8:30am (8:00am during day light saving time) from different starting points. Dogs are not permitted on the ride for safety reasons and as they are prohibited in National Parks. For ride details contact: Rod 0428 211 487 or Jan 0423 952 713.
SUNDAY 19/05/2019 - CALLALA TO MYOLA MEANDER; 20 km return / Slow pace / Easy ride / Some Traffic. Starts at 09:00am from Callala Bay Shopping Centre. A scenic meander around Callala Bay, Callala Beach and Myola. Mountain bikes will be required for the bush or stay on the road if you wish. Excellent ride for those getting back into cycling. Contact: Peter 0419 418 022. (Ride Leader; Wayne)
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.
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