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Round 12 Wednesday 16th May 2012
6:30pm Field 1 Laurieton Hotel Vs Lake Cathie Medical Centre (Ref D & B Latham Building)
6:30pm Field 2 5 Star Floor Sanding Vs Bonny Hills Tavern (Ref Surf Club)
6:30pm Field 3 Martin Lighting & Electrical Vs Eagles (Ref Mick Murray)
5:45pm Field 1 Surf Club Vs D & B Latham Building (Ref Laurieton Hotel)
5:45pm Field 2 Faddy Builders Vs T B Tilers (Ref 5 Star Floor Sanding)
5:45pm Field 3 Hurd Haulage Vs Crystal Cut
(Ref Martin Lighting & Electrical)
Due to STATE OF ORIGIN on Wednesday 23/5/12 round 13 will be played on Monday 21/5/12
Round 13 Monday 21st May 2012
5:45pm Field 1 Laurieton Hotel Vs Martin Lighting & Electrical (Ref Eagles)
5:45pm Field 2 Lake Cathie Medical Centre Vs Bonny Hills Tavern (Ref Surf Club)
5:45pm Field 3 D & B Latham Building Vs 5 Star Floor Sanding (Ref Mick Murray)
6:30pm Field 1 Eagles Vs Surf Club (Ref Martin Lighting & Electrical)
6:30pm Field 2 T B Tilers Vs Crystal Cut (Ref Bonny Hills Tavern)
6:30pm Field 3 Faddy Builders Vs Hurd Haulage
(Ref Laurieton Hotel)
Kendall Darts 8/5
Jennifer and Ian too good, Jules & Geoff 2nd. Scores Geoff 140, Chris 133, pegs Dazza 62, Jennifer 50.The mugs were Carol & Dazza.
Mars bars - Geoff, Pam Kath. For a fun night Tues 7pm, all welcome.
Tuesday 8/5 /2012
Major Winner Ralph Davison, Runner up Jimbo Gill
Minor Winner Lady Thea, Runner up Mick Banicek
Major Winner Ron Howell, Runner up Keith Raicevich
Minor Winner Rob Clarke, Runner up Mick Banicek
Our next meeting will be held on Tuesday 22nd May at LUSC commencing at 6.30pm sharp. Please be aware that we require a representative from each team to be present at all meetings.
Reminder if you haven’t done so as yet please hand in the new uniform survey back to your coach or Lyn by next Saturday. Next uniform meeting is 29th May. Parents & players are welcome.
Look forward to seeing you at the meetings.
12th May 2012
NETTA’S- KENDALL SERVICES AND CITIZENS CLUB - Well done girls, everyone played really well. Taylor and Remi were up against some tall opposition but never gave up. Bridie, Ella, Tess and Chloe never stopped running and Keira, Elka and Lara were great in defence. Keep up the good work.
10yrs CAMDEN HAVEN PANEL WORKS The girls had a very hard game this week but managed to win 4 to 3. Courtney played an excellent game in centre racing all over the court. While Andrina got the goals in that were badly needed. Well done girls. What a great game.
10yrs RIVERVIEW SERVICE CENTRE. These girls are just a pleasure to coach. All give their best effort every week and have improved so much, with another win this week well done, Jada, Tori, Layne, Jorden W, Shae, Jorden G, Maleena, Jazlyn &,Caitlyn.
12yrs RIVERVIEW SNR. Another tough game against a very strong Saints Pirahnas. Well done to Ashleigh, Shantelle, Mali, Michaela, Ruby, Brittany & Sophie. Thanks to Mali for being Captain this week. We all need to keep trying and to never give up until the final whistle. I need the whole team to show 100% commitment for the entire game and also at training. See you on Thursday for training. Katrina
LAURIETON UNITED SERVICES CLUB Div 4 – Great game girls. Abby and Ashleigh showed great teamwork getting a total of 30 goals. Defence worked really hard too, Brooke, Bonny, Jessy and Taylah did great. Danica and Crystal also did a fantastic job as our wings. Keep it up girls. Lisa
WIGGLY TAIL BUTCHERY Div 4 – Don’t be disappointed girls you played a really good game of netball, the ball just didn’t want to go in the hoop. Well done to all players, outstanding efforts on a really hot day.
CAMDEN HAVEN VETERINARY CLINIC Div 5 We are improving every week, keep it up girls. We are close to a win.
A glorious Mothers Day saw a good rollup of 14 starters for a 2 man ambrose. Welcome back to Wheels who hasn't been out for a while. It was a draw for partners (poor Paul copped me again). Wheels wasn't a bit rusty with a great drive off the 1st. The second hole was made harder with a big fog rolling in just as we were about to tee off. The course though was in great shape. Chang and Tony M were hitting them pretty well, except when Chang got his ball lodged in the fork of a tree, that's the beauty of ambrose. Glenn meanwhile had a great chip in from 50 metres. Ruddo was trying his best to stay in B Grade and created a new bunker on the 17th fairway. Balls in A Grade to Tony G for NTP on the 9th, Chang on the 10th and he also got longdrive. In B Grade NTP on the 9th was Ruddo, Bob on the 10th and longdrive to Riddo. Riddo also took out the Ladies Hole and Tony G got second shot. Winners on the day with an impressive 44 were Chang and Tony M. Pretty in pink next week will be Ruddo and Bob. What is that you say, no mention of Phil, well he is away lapping up the sun in Hawaii. Let's keep those numbers up every week. See ya Sunday.
CH District Darts Assoc Winter Comp
Results 7th May 2012:
Cheeky Chicks defeated Us Plus 7 games to 2
High scores Lindy 133; Annie 123. High Pegs Iris 49, Gail 48
Missing Links defeated Unicorns 7 games to 2
High scores Sandra 124, Cheryl M 110
Red Devils defeated Twisted Sisters 7 games to 2. High scores Anne 140, Josie 100, Keri 95, Sharon 85; Carol S 100
High Peg Keri 40
Men: - Renegades had the bye
Knights defeated Terminators 7 games to 2
High Scores Gary 140, Steve J 140, Tony 133; Mick A 140, Fonz 140
High Pegs Gary 102 & 72
And another great 180 from Steve B - he is making a habit of it - well done Steve!
Far Kew 2 defeated Panthers 5 games to 4
High Scores John 140, Higgo 138; Robbie 117, Dave 105
Good Guys defeated Koalas 5 games to 4
High Score Ken P 140, High Peg Ron 57
Stuff Ups defeated Bsnes 5 games to 4
High Scores Jamie 140; Phillip 120, Glen 114, Stephen 102.
High Pegs Phillip 60, Lee 51, Glenn 40.
Monday 7th May N/ S 1st Colin Choat John Davies, 2nd Stuart Baalman & Sybil Ibbertson 3rd Bernard Salkind & Mary Salkind
E/W 1st Cheryl O’Dowd & Bill Stallebrass 2nd Joan Gillett & Marjorie Lear 3rd Margaret Dunlop & Elaine Lockwood.
Thursday 10th May 1. First round Club Championship
1. Nioni Cummins & Bill Stallebrass 2. Joan Gillett & Pamela Bennett 3. Joan Holt & Sybil Ibbertson
Friday 11th May N/S 1st Colin Choat & Arthur Anlezark 2nd Kath Heath & Aub Schulstead 3rd Terry & Noeline McKenna
E/W 1st Murray Booth & Marina Gregg 2nd Valerie Clifton & Margaret Sander 3rd Margaret Dunlop & Elaine Lockwood
NHBC SOCIAL GOLF
Last Wednesday 17 members played a 2 man ambrose in what turned out to be a perfect day. The winners were Jim Cunnington and Shane Madden with 50.5 from the ambrose specialists Rick Bower and Ian Johnston 51.5. Nearest the pin on the 5th hole was Neville McCarthy in A grade but no one in B grade found the green. On the 8th hole Neville kept up his form with a shot finishing .32 from the pin to take out the eagles nest. Jim Fairbrother scored for B grade. Next week 23 May will be a single stroke event and the starters will be Roy Woolgar and Kevin Nieass.
We had perfect weather last Wednesday and a good turn up of ladies and a happy morning was had by all. The spider was won by Helen and the raffle was won by Elleanor.We are looking forward to our Mothers day lunch this Wednesday. Hope that the weather stays fine so that we will be able to play our usual bowls first starting at 9am otherwise we can play indoor games and lunch after. D&J.
LUSC LADIES GOLF
On Tuesday, 8th May, 27 ladies played the first round of the Foursomes Championship. Winners: D.Gordon, L.Valentine 34 1/2 nett. Runners-up: L.Perry, S.White 35 nett. 3rd : C.Green, B.McKirdy 41 nett.
6 Cardies present.
LUSC SOCIAL LAWN
Last Thursday afternoon 97 bowlers fronted up for a game at Kew including one visitor George Tweedie from Kurri-Kurri. We wish all our members who are currently sick or injured a speedy recovery and hope to see you back on the greens with us in the near future. The winning rink $10.00 club vouchers were won by Bob Ball, Pat Guthrie, Shuffles Carney, Roy Johnston, Flipper Haynes, Tiger Webster, Peter Laing, Kevin Whitby, and Barry Westaway. The runners-up rink $6.00 club vouchers were won by The Constable, me, Rolls Gill, Reg Robb, Boots Carney, Doug Paul, Terry Duff, Kevin Thomson and Fred Easterbrook. The cash draw winners from the weekly nomination sheet were Brian Johnston winning $20.00 with both Wise George and Max Tomsett winning $10.00 each. The winner of the delicious family apple pie from the Taste Bakehouse Seymour Street, Laurieton was Barry Kirkland. The three $25.00 Xmas club raffle winners were Roy Johnston, Raffles Butlin and Doug Paul. We will be commencing to collect members five dollar annual membership fees at Thursday Bowls as from this week. Our annual mixed bowls BBQ fun day will be held at the Kew Bowling Club on Sunday 3rd June at 9am for 9.30am start. The dress for the day as usual will be your LUSC club shirt or neat and tidy casual and visitors are welcome to attend. The cost will be $12.00 per head which will include your bowls, lunch and prizes and we will be collecting the annual membership fees on the day as well. The nomination list is displayed on the bowler’s notice board at the LUSC for those wishing to attend this popular mixed bowling function. All inquiries related to the event can be directed to the Bowls Organiser on 65595117.
That is all.
CH EAGLES JRLFC
Played against Port Sharks on the weekend. Jack and Brock both scored 2 tries each and Zara and Josiah got a try each as well. Sonnie G, Sonnie T, Sabastian, Heath and Thomas all defended well for the team. Eagles won 6-1 but a great effort was made by both teams. Keep it up Eagles!
Once again the Eagles ventured up to Port Macquarie to battle the evenly matched Port Macquarie Sharks.
The tackle count this week was won by one of our very impressive players that has stepped up an age group for the year, Blake Steep with an awesome 15 tackles in total, closely followed by the always hard working Rhys Hanlon with 12 bone crushing tackles, Jaspa Calicetto with 8 powerful tackles, Izach Dennis completed some very determined 6 tackles and Harry Twomey completed 5 smothering tackles. Daniel Obrien and Ethan Crossfield put their bodies on the line and completed 4 tackles each.
The highest amount of hit ups this week was won by another of our younger players, Cooper Crouch, who has also stepped up an age group, with a very powerful set of 6 hit ups. Dane Chapman, Blake Steep, and Daniel O’Brien were all more than willing to take on the opposition head on and completed 5 hit ups each. Harry Twomey, Bryce Cook, and Aaron Coulter were all very impressive and determined once they had hold of the ball and managed 4 hit ups in total, Jake Patterson supported his team mates well.
The Boys managed to get across the try-line 4 times. Blake Steep had an absolute blinder of a game and managed to score twice, Rhys Hanlon and Bryce Cook managed to out pace and out step the opposition and cross the tryline once each. Ethan Crossfield converted once, the final score Camden Haven Eagles 18 defeated Port Macquarie Sharks 12. Exceptional job boys,
The U/9’s played the Port Sharks Blue who shot out of the blocks with three early tries. The Eagles rallied to respond with tries of their own, but not quite enough to match the Blues. Despite not coming out on top, the U/9’s can be proud of themselves for the improvement in team work from last week to this. Zane put in a big performance in the first 10mins especially, and pulled off a total of 4 tackles and 3 runs during the game. Hayden and Riley scored two tries each, and converted each. Pat pulled off 4 tackles and 5 runs in a strong performance. Connor, Jason, James and Tim affected 8 tackles and 9 runs between them.
Moses and Jackson had 4 solid runs and 2 tackles each. Dillon was amongst it with 4 of each. Many tackles were started by one and then backed up by one or two teammates in a great display of teamwork.
With a range of old team mates, new players and a few from other codes, the team is developing a cohesive approach which is growing as each week passes. Well done and keep up the hard work.
On a very hot Saturday morning boys, you were always going to be under pressure. We had only 14 players v's 19, with three of our boys carring injuries into the game. We led 12 - 10 at half time and had no reserves for the second half, but to your credit you continued to soldier on. You never had any luck with the bounce of the ball and decisions going their way. Final score 44 - 12. This was no indication of the game, as you had many winners on your side. Hold your heads high boys as you showed us what you are made off. Excellent team effort. Player's player - Riley Opdam.
Well done, sideline
Surely there are more under 15's in our area that would like to come along and join a committed and talented team. Training is Tuesday and Thursday 4.30 - 6pm. .