Sports round-up

North Haven Bowling Club Snooker Club.
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Results for Wednesday the 27/8/08

We would like to welcome two visitors Graham Knevett & Nicole Davison.

Major winner was Brian Rees from runner up Chris (the Brithday Boy) Wheadon.

Minor winner our lovely visitor Nicole Davison from runner up bad boy Steve Ingrey

Names in by 6.15p.m. to start at 6.30p.m. sharp . Members of the bowling club & all visitors to the club are welcome to come down to the snooker room and play in Wednesday night’s competition

In off the red.

CAMDEN HAVEN

MIXED TOUCH

Sponsored by LUSC

Semi Finals Wednesday 3rd September 2008.

C Grade Elimination Final

5:30pm-F 1 Pegar Transport Vs Pudds

B Grade Elimination Final

5:30pm-F 2 Laurieton Pharmacy Vs Retravision Elite

A Grade Elimination Final

6:15pm-F 1 North Haven Newsagency Vs Raine and Horne R/E

The mixed open touch Grand Finals will be played at Laurieton Oval this Friday the 5th of September 2008 commencing at 5:45pm with C and B grade followed by A grade at 6:30pm.The presentations will be held in the sports bar at the LUSC immediately after the grand finals with the winning teams receiving $200 and runners up $100.

There will be no canteen at the oval on the night but a BBQ will be supplied at the LUSC for all registered players. Any help on the night at the club would be greatly appreciated.

So invite your friends and make it a night out and support our sponsor the LUSC. All families and children welcome.

For more information contact Kaine Faddy on 6559 7541 or 0428 112 853.

NHBC SOCIAL GOLF

Results 27/8/08

We played an American Foursomes for the Bob Robertson Memorial Trophy.

A turnout of 28 players enjoyed the day.

Winners were Ian Johnston and Chad Single with 45 1/2 Net

Runners up: Peter Raschke and Brian Johnston 46 1/2

Third: Tom Sutherland and Merv McLean 47

NTP 5th Hole “A” grade : Mick Nelson. “B” grade : Merv Mclean

NTP 8th Hole “A” Grade : Ian Johnston. “B” Grade : Trevor Lewis.

Next weeks game will be a single stroke

Starters : B. Nixon & J. Fairbrother

Sunday raffle : K. Nieass, T. Rose @ B. Nixon

“Hit & Run”

Bonny Hills Beach Hotel Social Golf

A fantastic day was had by all when the Social Club journeyed to Taree last Sunday. The weather was not too hot and the rain held off for most and the company was most impressive. It turned out that the weather was so good that each player needn’t have worried about whether to have hat and sunscreen or umbrella and 2 jumpers on. However, there was one player who dressed down for the occasion wearing “thongs” into the restaurant for our elegant meal.

Diana Molony and Roley Whitehead handled the course and greens best finishing with a gross 85 and a nett 72.5. Roley drove long and Diana was particularly good around the greens. Most players did find the greens a little difficult with plenty of slope and testing bendy putts. Roley was also the winner of the Men’s Longest Drive. Kate Molony won the Ladies Longest Drive. I’m not sure what she was aiming at, but Kate did enquire as to what she won if she hit a cow. She must be hitting some huge drives.

The runners-up on the day were Jenny Jackson and David Middlebrook. Jenny drove consistently all day and sunk a very large putt for a birdie early in the round. David’s’ contribution was a nice putt on the 18th hole.

The Nearest the Pin was won by Geoff Irvin. The first group had some golf cart problems. Jenny Jackson regularly lost her passenger when she slammed the brakes on and ground the cart to a halt. She also tried driving with a club in her hand and found that the club took up a bit too much room. Geoff Irvin’s rough driving caused a sore elbow to his partner, Denese Kennedy. I observed a strange occurrence in a bunker on the 17th hole. Denese Kennedy used a putter to get out of the sand. It was very successful (on her second attempt).

As mentioned earlier, after the 18 holes, all enjoyed a drink and luscious, large 2 course meal.

The next event on September 14 will be another trip away, this time to Tallwoods. Those who intend to go need to place their names on the board at the pub and be at the hotel to catch the bus which will be leaving at 8.15am. Golf, transport, carts, lunch and tea are included in the $50 cost.

C.H REDBACKS

JUNIOR SOCCER

U10 CH Ray White R/E v Kempsey Saints

WOW What a gutsy effort put in by each and every player. Everyone played for the team and put their heart in the game. For the game to go on for so long in 2 lots of extra time the stress levels were showing in the spectators. Give yourselves a big hand. The Grand Final is next week and you deserve to be there as you have played well all year. Go Reds! Believe in Yourselves! It is Red and Black all the way to the Grand Finale!

Mount Seaview Redbacks U/12 vs Lake Cathie

The Camden Haven Redbacks under 12’s travelled to Kempsey for their final against Lake Cathie. The Reds were fired up and ready to play. We started brilliantly within five minutes a great ball behind the defence saw the (Gov) Nathen Storer slot a fine finish into bottom left. The team was full of talk. The atmosphere was electric and within two minutes from the first goal Mitch Williams made a fine run passing two defenders and laying a ball to Lachlan Price who hit an absolute cracker that sailed over the keeper’s head giving us a 2-0 lead to the delight of the fans. The game then settled into a more even contest and there were some fine attacking raids from Lake Cathie that nearly came off, only for our great defence and brilliant goal keeping from Brendan Galleghan.

The second half saw Lake Cathie come out full of attack and to their credit they scored a nice goal 2-1.

The Redbacks knew they had a real fight on their hands and some hard work was needed. Our midfield controlled by Ryan and Angus saw us gain control again. We were unlucky not to score late in the half with a chance from Jye Kelly. The Redbacks played right to the final whistle and sealed their first grand final appearance. Well done boys, good luck

“Go you Redbacks.”

The grand final will be played on Saturday at Koala St, Port Macquarie at 10.30am.

C.H.D.D.A. Grand Final Results.

Ladies A grade: Missing Links d Twisted Sisters. Ladies B grade Opals d Sandbar.

Men’s A grade: Dragons beat Knights. Men’s B grade P.C. Rams D Koalas.

All the games were very close.

Well done to the winners and commiserations, to the losers.

Another reminder about next Mondays meeting, 8th September. 7-30pm at the L.U.S.C.

At the meeting you can submit your team registrations for the Summer Comp, or find yourself a team. Also we would like to hear any ideas or suggestions you think might improve our game into the future.

All ideas will need to be discuss and if they’re suitable, proposed and voted on at the A.G.M. Please come along and have your say, the more the merrier.

Birthdays this week, Raquel Welch will be 67, and Freddy Mercury would have been 61.

North Haven Indoor Bowls

Another good roll up of 30 players and all enjoyed three games of 6 ends. Sadly we say goodbye to two of our Bowraville visitors Val and Reg. There were 2×3 game winners Carole Hyde and Joy Lees, Jean Ryan and Mavis Coates with Carole and Joy drawn out first and Jean and Mavis second. Scratchies were won by Jack Caples and Val Glasson, Jim Cleary and Guy Piccerino, Roy Woolgar and Chris Wagner, Ken Posker and Julie Collis, Mark Ryan and Margaret Caples. Well done.

Our Championships games have been put back by one week and will be on the 3rd and 4th Tuesday of September. Also we are having a visit by The Retreat Village on September 21. That is always a good day. So put your name down on the list.

Sadly we lost a long time indoor bowler in Kevin Spillane. We will miss him.

A get well wish for all our bowlers who are not feeling the best. Names in by 6.45 for 7 o’clock start. All are welcome.

LUSC Wednesday Night Euchre

Winners Neil Mathieson and Keith McCosker, runners-up Tony Danton.

Twenty four players turned out this week for Euchre, we still have a few convalescing, hopefully they will be back soon. Lucky door winners this week were Mavis Coates, Ray Davis, Adolf Wagner and Roy Woolgar. Good night was had by all. See you again next week.

LUSC Indoor Sports Bowls

Smallish crowd again this week. Hope it picks up when weather warms up. There was only one three game winner on the night Marge Minshall and lucky ducky Beryl. Consolation winner for the evening were Betty Bradley and Mary Fisher, Thelma Ruhan and Adolf Wagner. Pleasant evening had by everyone. Remember try to have names in by 6.45pm. See you next week.

Laurieton Tennis Club

Wednesday Night Comp

Results August 27, 2008

David, Jana, John, Carl def Milton, Julie, Leonie, Travis 38/10.

David, Matt, Michael, Callum def Merv, Judy, Lyn, Julie 35/13.

Well done everyone.

North Haven Bowling Club

Social Darts

August 27, 2008

1st place Learne and Graham, 2nd Trish and Patrick. LHS Raelene 135, LHP Kitty 109, MHS Graham 140, MHP Graham 59.

Raffle 1 Anne, 2 John, 3 Shirley, 4 Patti, 5 Barb.

Mystery Peg 17 not hit.

Mugs Loma and Anne.

LUSC Ladies Social Golf

On Tuesday August 26, 32 ladies participated in the second round of the Foursomes Championships in warm conditions.

Winners were: Lola Valentine and Sue McLeod 30 ½; Pam McRae and Lynn Hamilton 31; Irene Mason and Rayma Merryful 31 ½ c/b.

There were 10 cardies present.’

LUSC Sunday Euchre Club

August 31, 2008

Winners Gary Hillman and Mick Driscoll, runners-up Ken Posker and John Walsh.

Lucky Door Doug Weston.

LUSC Mens Social

Golf Club

Eleven starters for our singles matchplay championship. Winners in a hotly contested round were Al, Tony, Pepe, Riddo, Bob and Bruce. Pepe, Rossy had to go to an extra hole to find a winner. Al won the single stableford with 30 points and Ruddo cleaned up the golf balls “again.” Next week is the second round of matchplay as well as a stableford. Don’t forget trip away end of October.

Mick 2manyjobs.

Camden Haven Netball

Results for Saturday August 30, 2008

Finals were played on Saturday and results are as follows:

Mid North Coast Tree Service – lost; Homecheck – lost; LUSC (jnr) – lost; Wiggly Tail Meats – lost; Tiles With Style – won; LUSC (snr) – won; Haven Waters Motel and Suites – won; Travelworld Laurieton – lost.

Good luck to Camden Haven Fitness, Tiles With Style, NT Eastern Door Framing, Haven Waters Motel and Suites and LUSC (snr) who play in the Grand Final this Saturday. Don’t forget to return all team equipment to Robyn Aldous or Lyne Sparenburg by the end of the season.

Presentation day is Sunday September 14, at LUSC Sports Bar commencing at 11am. Don’t forget the Redfaces night at LUSC on Saturday September 13. If anyone is interested in performing please see Cheryl for details.

Registration Day for twilight competition is on September 18 and 25, between 6pm and 7pm at the oval. Anyone from 12 years up can play in this competition. Comp starts October 16, and goes through to March 2009.

LUSC Lawn Bowls

A very enjoyable day of bowls was enjoyed by all members of the LUSC Bowls on Thursday last. A good roll-up of members, weather was pleasant and the company first class. Bowling, the final of the major singles was played last Thursday to finalise our club championships when Jerry Janik was victorious over Frederick Easterbrook. The game was played in our sportsmanship manner and the game was enjoyed by all the present personnel. The lucky winners of the day that shared the vouchers were 1st winning rink Fred Paine, Ian Johnson and Tommy Gunns, 2nd winning rink was Gary Uphill, Robert Milner and Barry Suann, 3rd rink was cowboy Wilkes, smiling Harold Baldry and Frank Honeyman. First runner-up was never win Banjo Patterson, Maurice Smith and Mark Ryan, 2nd runner-up was T Leffler, Pat Guthrie and Percy Fry, 3rd runners-up Reg Boydell, Roy baldy Johnston and the music man Trevor Young. The lucky number winners were $20 D McLellan, $10 Percy Fry and $5 to Laurie Gartung. The lucky family pie winners were A J Clarke and Mr Wong again. These pies were donated by the Colonial Bakery in Lake Street and they are greatly appreciated by the members particularly the winners. The Christmas Club Raffle winners were Cowboy Wilkes, T Evans, a newphew of good heavens and Steve Webster $25 to each of those lucky gents. The ladies club who play at Kew on Wednesday morning 9.30am start and the winning ladies were Helen Millard and Lettie Lindsay and the raffle was again won by Gloria Smith, about three times in a row. I bet Mrs Johnson is upset. Next week September 3, the ladies are having a visit from a group of bowlers mixed, from Wangi and they would like to see some men bowlers join them, 20 would be great. You all know about the good greens they have at Kew, so fellows make a big effort and join the ladies, I am sure you will have a pleasant morning. The president welcomed the new members on Thursday namely Stan Prentice and Charles Harbon from Port Macquarie, a big welcome to two more experienced bowlers to our club, I am sure you will enjoy the company and all the other things that go with it. Sick list, Ken McDonald, Ron Allen, Tony Jack, Nev Ripley, John Clark, Jack Clarke, William Lovell and Tubby Archer. Hope you are all on the mend and soon join us on the green. Birthdays, smiley Harold Baldry, have a good one Harold. I have an apology to make to our bowlers, I stated last week that the sheet for the Shield day at Lake Cathie was on the notice board, well it wasn’t and it won’t be, Bob Nixon will take it to bowls on October 2, for you to put your name down, it will be played on October 9, at 10am start. One game of 12 ends in the morning, have lunch, 12 ends or the bell in the afternoon, $10 per head for green fees and lunch, so get to bowls early on that day, only 60 bowlers required, so first one in will be playing, no if’s or but’s or why for’s, first in best dressed. Remember the date sheet available Thursday October 2. What is this I hear Pommie Bennett fell over a paper bag and hurt himself, you want to put more water with it. On Thursday September 4, LUSC bowlers will make a presentation of $500 to our chosen charity of the year, to Hastings Recreation and Sporting Disabled Club at the completion of bowls, this is money raised from the wrong bias tin over the last 12 months, a very worthy cause. I am sure it will be very much appreciated by their committee. Now that the championships are over, we will be playing versatility triples for some time. I hope you will enjoy these games, they are beneficial to the inexperienced and to some old hard heads too. See you.

Jack High.

LUSC Snooker

Last Sunday saw a strong team of eight players assemble at “Legends Café Kew” and to those who were on time a light breakfast was served thankyou Manager Graham Palmer. Off to Wingham RSL we go – A Grade Kunze, Palmer, Jimbo and Banicek. The B Grade team were a wild looking lot with the other two players Benson and Beaver ready to back themselves in case of any misdemeanours full report next week.

Thursday 28, an entertaining major final “Backpacker” vs “The Farmer” Ralph reckons he will jump ship if someone doesn’t put the plug in. Can’t you blokes see we are going down behind all this rubbish on “my table” for God sake keep the place clean fellows. The bell rings but Keith keeps playing in the dark doesn’t sink the pink. Mr Farmer you still need a snooker. Minor Final what can you say about Glen Kunze even if you got a hundred start you still wouldn’t feel safe. Glen was on cue after losing to Racevich first round he then made breaks of 56, 43, 37 at will. He played Lady Thea who was run off her feet keeping score and pulling balls out of the pockets.

Tuesday 26, “Billiards” Pepe returns and you will hear a lot more in the coming months (he’s from the old school) and has the table manners to prove it. Major Final Mick Banicek fires up but GP Palmer has trouble with his glasses. (Two Balls was beaten by the blind man at Nambucca one Saturday morning), so don’t feel bad “Bundy.” Minor Final “Pepe” just keeps himself in the game “Backpacker” comes from the south of Sydney he knows all about these players from the North side so cop that “Pepe.”

AGM 10.30am Sunday September 14, lunch and water to the people who are keen to keep this club alive (be there). The boss returns but “Two Balls” detects a much more educated player (hey I am serious) what about this players handicap.

GO Otto 6pm start Tuesdays and Thursdays.

Two Balls.

Camden Haven Bridge Club

Monday August 25, 2008

NS 1 Bernard & Mary Salkind; 2 Margaret Dunlop & Elaine Lockwood; 3 Norma & John Dew; draw 3 Carolyn Van Der Veen & Pat Smith.

EW 1 Bill Stallebrass & Jim Forbes; 2 John & Nola Davies; 3 Phillipa Crowther & Muriel Bishop; draw Lorraine Genge & Nionni Cummins.

Thursday August 28, 2008

NS 1 Colin Choat & David Jitts; 2 Noeline & Terry McKenna; 3 John & Valda Toose; draw Lyn Redgate & Phillipa Crowther;

EW 1 Margaret Dunlop & Elaine Lockwood; 2 Pamela Bennett & Moreen Dellow; 3 Norma Feller & Pat Smith; draw Sybil Ibbertson & Robyn Skeen.

Friday August 29, 2008

NS 1 Terry & Noeline McKenna; 2 Colin Choat & Jim Forbes; 3 Pam Perry & Elaine Lockwood; draw Pam Holmes & Judith Riley.

EW 1 Keith & Sybil Ibbertson; 2 Joan Gillett & Maria Spaans; 3 Elizabeth & Brian Salter; draw Valerie Clifton & Joan Brown.

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