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NHBC SOCIAL GOLF
Last Wednesday on a beautiful early spring morning 26 members and one visitor played a Single Stroke match. Top score of the day was in B Grade where C. Huntley won with a four under par score of 49. Runner-up was J. Fairbrother with 50 on C/B from B. Nixon. A Grade’s best was K. Nieass with 51 on C/B from N. Craft. Third place on yet another C/B went to I. Johnston with 54. NTP on the 5th in A Grade went to N. Craft and in B Grade, C. Huntley. NTP on the 8th in A Grade was P. Raschke and in B Grade J. Fairbrother won the ball. Best putting in A Grade was by A. Aitken with 21 putts and in B Grade M. McLean won with a miserly 19 putts. Next week’s game will be a 2BBB Stableford and the starters will be I. Johnston & C. Huntley. The Sunday raffle will be presided over by G. McLoughlin, A. & G. Butlin. We’re not sure if George will be back so we may be looking for volunteers. Chris Columbus went around the world in 1492, that’s not a bad score considering the course.
On Sunday 7th September 18 members played an Ambrose event at beautiful Nambucca Island.
The winning team was , Ray Dunn, Tony Collins, Peter Connor and Gary Hinson.
Nearest to pins were Ryan Pierce, Peter Connor, Jay Rawson and Glen Smith
JORDAN’S Lake Cathie Butchery Meat Prize was won by Phil Tapping.
Great surroundings, good food, refreshing drinks, mediocre golf.
The perfect Fathers’ Day.
L.U.S.C. Ladies Social Golf.
On Tuesday,9th September 29 ladies enjoyed a Stroke and Putting match. Division 1 Winner: D.Gordon 34 nett. Runner-up: J.Stapleton 37 nett. 3rd: J.Cook 38 nett. Gross: L.Perry. Division 2 Winner: J.Forbes. 33 nett L.Robson 34 nett. L.Innes 37 nett. Gross: R.Merryful. Putting Division 1: Y.Burnett 17. Division 2: L.Robson 17. Congratulations to J.Stapleton for a birdie on 12th. Fifteen of our members will be enjoying a few days golf at South West Rocks next week.
Lake Cathie Bowling & Recreation Club Social Darts
Matches on 9th September were evenly contested with some very close results at the end of the night. In fact only one point separated the top 3 teams!
Winners were Kitty & Glenn after a playoff with Barb & Allan – both teams on 23 points. Marg & Terry picked up the MUG awards.
HP winners were Barb on 95 & Allan on 19.
The Lake Cathie Butchery prize winners for high score on the night were Marg with another sizzling 108 & Lee on 117.
Raffle results saw a big fat chook go to Mal & Bruce – a member of the club.
Activities continue every Tuesday with rego around 6.15 pm for a 6.30 pm dart off.
Visitors are welcome.
26 players attended last Tuesday night and there were 3 x 3 game winners. Lorna Hoar and Joy Lees who received the 1st place vouchers. Then Jim Cleary and Thelma Ruhan who received the 2nd place vouchers and lastly Bill Hyde and Bill Taylor received scratchies for their effort. Other scratchies were won by Mary Fisher and Val Glasson, Mark Ryan and Brad Mildern, Jean Ryan and Betty Bradley. Well done everybody.
By this Wednesday the first of championships should have been played. Good luck to all. The next social nights games will be on the 30th. Don’t forget that the Retreat Village from Port Macquarie will be visiting us on the 21st. That is always a good day and we play triples. A 6 o’clock start for the next 2 weeks.
North Haven Bowling Club Snooker club
Results for Wednesday 10/9/08.
We would like to welcoming a visitor to our club – Joe Locke and wish him happy brithday for last wednesday.
Majors winner: Colin Cooke. Runner up: Chris Wheadon
Minors winner: Brian Rees. Runner up: Joe Locke.
Names in by 6.15p.m. with a 6.30p.m. start.
In off the red.
CH(LUSC) BRIDGE CLUB
Monday 8 September 2008 Mitchell Movement directed by Margaret Dunlop.
NS 1 Margaret Dunlop & Elaine Lockwood, 2 Colin Choat & John Davies. 3 Carolyn Van Der Veen & Pat Smith, Draw John & Norma Dew.
EW 1 Nioni Cummins & Lyn Redgate, 2 Norma Feller & Ron Fiore, 3 Pamela Bennett & Bill Stallebrass, Draw Betty Twomey & Joan McLaren.
Thursday 11 September 2008 Mitchell Movement directed by Lyn Redgate.
NS 1 Dee Anderson & Margaret Reynolds, 2 John & Valda Toose, 3 Lyn Redgate & Pat Parsons, Draw Robert Andrews & Marj Lear.
EW 1 Yvonne Breakwell & Bet Matthews, 2 Pamela Bennett & Moreen Dellow, 3 Stuart Baalman & Joan Holt, Draw Margaret Sander & Walter Hughes.
Friday 12 September 2008 Mitchell Movement directed by Pam Bennett.
NS 1 Colin Choat & Jim Forbes , 2 Pamela Bennett & Bet Matthews, 3 Irene Love & Muriel Bishop, Draw Judy Dewson & Judy Riley.
EW 1 Joan Holt & Pat Parsons, 2 Marj Lear & Don Colyer, 3 Lyn Redgate & Elaine Lockwood, Draw Lynn Hateley & Marie Murphy.
“If there are any juniors who have not registered yet it is not too late. Either contact Pat Kerr on 65594495 or turn up to the following training days where registration forms will be available. There are vacancies in all age groups. We will again be running an In2Cricket program (6-8 years) which will run on a Wednesday afternoon and will commence on wednesday 15th October from 4.30. Registration available now or over the first couple of weeks.
Junior season will commence on 18th October and training is set to commence as follows:
U13’s – Coach Todd Clarke – Wednesday 17th September 4pm
U14’s – Coach Darren Hudson – Wednesday 17th September 4pm
U12’s – Coach Peter Price – Monday 22nd September 4.30 pm
U16’s – Coach Nathan Slater – Tuesday 23rd September 4.30 pm.
9’s, 10’s & 11’s yet to be decided.
Senior training to commence Thursday 18th September 4 pm.”
Queens Lake Sailing Club
The first race of the new season was sailed in a delightful 10 knot ENE breeze, full sun and pleasant temperature. What more could we ask for?
Six boats were sent on their way by the Commodore and the Treasurer who were manning the start boat on the day, resulting in a very orderly start.
Peter Lentz in his new Tasar, Hakunamathata (a shorter name will soon be forthcoming or it might be nicknamed Haka in the results), got the best of the start but was soon involved in close racing with Anything (Mark Holt), Rockhopper (Ian Latham) and Rumpus (John Hudson).
As the race progressed No Symmetry (Clayton Thomas), the only catamaran in the fleet, forged ahead and was first home. Chris Watt having his first race in his Laser had the misfortune to break his hiking strap, but managed to finish despite this setback.
On corrected time Hakunamathata won from Anything followed by Rumpus, The Shark, Rockhopper and No Symmetry.
Winners Alma Beach and Gwen (the boss) Mathieson, runners-up Margaret Caples, Evelyn Bonnano and Barbara Blade.
Twenty six players enjoyed a game of Euchre this week after a nice fish and chip meal at the club. Lucky door prize also given out, winners were Denise Templeman, Donna Cutler, Ray Davis and Bill Hyde. Good night had by all, see you next week.
North Haven Bowling Club Social Darts
September 10, 2008
1st place Kitty & Iris, 2nd Patricia & Doug. LHS Learne 126, LHP Jocelyn 45, MHS GB 140, MHP GB 50. Raffle 1 Kitty, 2 Raelene, 3 Shirley, 4 Loma, 5 Raelene, 6 Raelene.
Mystery Peg 23 not hit. Mugs Raelene and Barb.
Darts every Wednesday, names in by 7.15pm. All welcome to come along.
LUSC Indoor Sports Bowls
There was only one three game winning team this week Beryl (lucky) Duck and Ray Woolgar. Consolation winners on the evening were Chris Wagner and Mary Fisher, Adolf Wagner and Lorna Hore, Betty Bradley and Barbara Woolgar. Still a smallish crowd, but still an enjoyable evening had by all. See you next week. Names in by 6.45 please.
Kendall Services & Citizens Club Social Darts
September 9, 2008
1st Pam & CB, 2nd Joyce & Darren. LHS Pam 122, MHS Tony 121, LHP Joyce 50, MHP Tony 48.
Raffle Learne, Trish, Geoff, Lesley, Rad. L/D 1 Col, Cheryl, Trish, Cheryl, Mick. Mugs went to Margaret and Chris, Sharon and Geoff.
Happy Birthday to Col Youngberry for September 5.
Social darts every Tuesday night names in by 7.15pm. All welcome.
Laurieton Tennis Club
Wednesday Night Comp
Results: September 10, 2008
David, Jana, John, Julie def David, Matt, Michael, Scott 25/23.
Les, Judy, Callum, Julie drew with Milton, Di, Ryan, Lyn 24/24.
Well done everyone.
LUSC YD1 v Rangers
Disappointment in the Grand Final losing our only game for the season cruelly by a penalty shoot out. We weren’t at our best on the night however, luck did play an evil part on our behalf as the ball would not go into the net for us. Anyhow heads up lads we were the best all season thanks to sponsors, mums, dads, great support on the night and for the fun and fond memories that come to mind. Hope to see you all at the Presentation and for those involved with the seniors, see you at training for two more weeks hopefully.
LUSC Sunday Euchre Club
September 14, 2008
Winners John Walsh and Bob Milner, runners-up John Mitchell and Sid Charlwood.
Lucky door Mick Driscoll.
LUSC Men’s Social Golf Club
Summers arrived, a magic morning on the golf course for a 2 man Ambrose. No winners on the day but a very enjoyable round of golf. Next week we finish off the matchplay and don’t forget we need names in for the trip away.
Camden Haven Junior
Rugby League Club
Will be holding their Presentation day on Saturday September 20, starting time will be 2pm to 4pm for Mini’s with AGM held after Mini’s. Presentation for Mod’s and International’s will start shortly after AGM Presentation held at our main sponsors Laurieton United Servicemen’s Club.
Kendall Social Golf Club
The winter weather has seen a down turn in numbers at our social games for the last month but with Spring here now we hope to see you all back on the course. On Sunday August 24, five brave souls turned up with Lisa showing the boys how it is done. On Sunday September 7, only four players were at the first tee so Kylie and Phil teamed up to challenge Pom and Snags and came up trumps.
Our major raffle was very successful. Thank you to everyone who supported us and to the members for their efforts in selling raffle tickets and our sponsors for their generous donations. The winner of the set of golf clubs was Dan Bale, Bold Hair gift voucher was won by June Swan, the voucher from Kendall Bottlo was won by Al Hudson, Tony Brown won the voucher from Platters Fish and Deli, Lyn Anderson the voucher from T-Bones Butcher, Kylie Crossfield the voucher from Robbo’s Quality Meats and box of golf balls to Lindsay Norrie and Craig Bellamy.
No social golf this Sunday due the Bellingen trip. Our next social game at Kew will be Sunday October 7, with a 6.30am tee off.
Mid Week Ladies Tennis
Results September 11, Yewdall def Betts 36-18.
Grand Final at Kendall September 18, Shoesmith v Yewdall.
Luncheon and Presentation at end of play. Please bring your plate and knife and fork for your own use.
LUSC Lawn Bowls
What a beautiful day last Thursday was, weather, lovely sunshine, a slight breeze, good company as usual. The refreshments were great, a perfect afternoon was enjoyed by all. The winners of the day were Rink 1 Jim Lennox, Whitler Wayling and the old Stalwart Leslie Thompson, 2nd winning rink winners were Roy Boydell, Kevin Niess and the chicken man Jerry Janik, 3rd winning rink was Allan Russell, Kevin Bogg and Tommy Gunns. First runner-up was three arm Wyper, lover boy Lovell and Barry Shorter, 2nd Noel punchy Collins, Alan Bradford and Ken McCosker, 3rd up was Merv Love, Ian Johnston and Barry Suann. The lucky number winners were $20 Pat Guthrie, $10 to money bags Allan Russell and $5 to John Slager. Christmas Club raffle winners were Barry Suann, Ron Morris and the Laurieton Mayor James Turner, $25 to each of those three gents. Money goes to money does it. Visitors, we had Barry Moore from Griffiths, John Manning from Port Macquarie and Barry Briggs from Gwandalan wherever that is. It is very nice to have you gents visit us, come along any time you feel you would like to spend an afternoon at the best club on the coast, just turn up, we love to have visitors. Sick list, we have Tony Jack knee operation, Alan Beattie, a mower fell on his foot, but luckily it was a ride-on, so doesn’t have to hop along while mowing, Nev Ripley, Ron Allan, Ken McDonald and Peter Loveday. Any other members not well I don’t know about, hope you are all well very soon and back on the green again. Birthdays Keith Ibbotson 72 I think, anyway have a beauty Keith. We don’t have a report this week from the Ladies Bowling Club, I think old baldy forgot to bring it with him. Silly old moow. I would like to sincerely thank the correspondent from the Courier for the write up and photo’s of the President of LUSC Bowling Club presenting the $500 cheque to Mrs Bucket, from the Hastings Recreation and Sporting Disabled Club, also the great service they give to our bowling club reporting, it is greatly appreciated thank you. I hope all you bowlers that played versatility triples enjoyed it, a nice change from the usual routine and you can look forward to many more games of the same. Our Annual Shield Day Challenge with Lake Cathie is to be held on October 9, at Lake Cathie, there will be a game of 12 ends in the morning starting 9.45, have lunch and refreshments, then 12 ends or the bell in the afternoon lunch provided for $10 per head and free green fees, maybe a spider, will be a raffle not included in the $10 and the bowls secretary will have the sheet with him on Thursday October 2, so if you want to play in the Shield Challenge be early to bowls on the 2nd, as the first 60 names down will play, so don’t say you were not told of the procedure – be early. Hope you are all enjoying good health and be kind to your fellow man, you may want a loan some day. See you.
The very strong “Port Panthers” snooker club will play here next Sunday. President Glen Kunze and his selection committee have named eight players to try and win this tournament A Grade G Kunze (Capt) G Beaver (V/Capt) G Palmer and M Banicek, B Grade B Lennard hopes his wife is back home (Veronica) and Brian are down in Sydney after she was flown down in the air ambulance two weeks ago, good luck, if not K Racevich will lead the team J Gill, R Davison and G Otto will play in Brian’s place. Good luck and spectators are “warned” this will be a torrid affair.
Tuesday September 9, Major Final “The Penguin” shows plenty of skill to beat our ever working “bookkeeper” Lady Thea who has her hands full her son is recovering in a Melbourne hospital after a very bad accident. Good luck Thea and I hope that one day soon you will have good news and more time to practice your favourite sport “Snooker.” Minor Final Mick Banicek gets serious and down goes Keith Racevich.
Thursday September 11, Major Final GT Thomson has both his shoulders back in working order, just ask the number one player. Glen Kunze is good but 90 points start leaves no room for error. Minor Final Banicek vs Racevich same as Tuesday night see no reason to change anything.
The AGM last Sunday morning President G Kunze Vice President M Banicek Secretary (vacant) Tresasurer T Wieggers, Committee Bloomfield, G Beaver, R Howell, thank you Robert Dwyer.
It was just great to see big Ray Mac who is having a rough “trot” (he’s one out and one back). Look at his smiling face would you buy a car off this man, of course you would “good luck” my friend, gold, gold, gold, “England” here we come.
PS: Ron Howell also made the meeting.
Our September comp was held last weekend September 13 and 14. Once again, real topsy and turvy torrid conditions were bestowed upon us. Albeit the conditions, we had an extremely great roll-up of members attend the weigh-in. Seventeen anglers presented nine species for 75 fish to weighmaster Geoff Boese and recorder, Dick Spencer in with four species for 11 fish, 5 sand flathead, 3 r/wrasse, 2 snapper best at 2.205kg and a morwong. Ross McMiles in with two species of 5 sand flathead and 3 morwong best at .780kg. Trevor Lewis in with three of 6 fish including 3 s/flathead, 2 snapper and 1 morwong. Shane Madden with two of 5 s/flathead best at 1.295kg and 1 snapper. Geoff Boese with three of 5 s/flathead to 1.00kg and one each of snapper and r/wrasse. Ian Collins in with three of 1 each of s/flathead to 1.035kg snapper and sweep. The “Snowman” Turenen with a snapper as well. All reds about the same to .650kg. From the estuary, Steve Pepper with 5 luderick to .500kg. Pete Stace with 4 bream to .500kg. Tony Morrissey and Troy Taylor with bream each to .500kg. Robert Penrose with 2 luderick to .565kg and a dusky flathead. Mick Murray also with a luderick. From the beach, Dick Spencer with 5 salmon – best at 3.420kg and Aaron Muldoon with a salmon at 2.465kg. The ladies saw Karen Taylor with a bream from the estuary. Junior boys saw Troy Boese from outside with 5 s/flathead to .820kg. Des (DJ) Sparkes with 2 luderick from the estuary to .500kg $20 secret weight won by Trevor Lewis.
Two x $20 lucky anglers won by Robert Penrose and Aaron Muldoon. Fifteen dollar voucher won by James Penrose for a junior attending and sponsored by North Haven Bait & Tackle – thank you Kim and Darrel. Welcome aboard new members, Sandra, Karen, Corinda and Brandon, Cameron and David Peake. Next committee meeting on Tuesday October 14, at 6pm. Comp following weekend 18 & 19, weigh-in at 1pm.
In the meantime, “fine piscatorialing.”
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