On Tuesday, 22nd May, 39 ladies played the second round of the Foursomes Championship.
Division 1 Winners: I.Orr & L.Myers 27 nett. Runners-up: K.Sturgeon & A.Perrin 33 nett. 3rd: D.Gordon & L.Valentine 331/2 nett.
7 cardies were present. The match was followed by a delicious luncheon at the clubhouse to celebrate 35 years since this social golf club started.
Thank you committee for the birthday gifts.
NHBC SOCIAL GOLF
Last Wednesday 20 starters for a single stroke event. A grade winner on the day was Roy Perry with 52 strokes from Neville McCarthy with 57 strokes on a countback. The B grade winner was Bob Nixon with 58 strokes from Col Huntly on a 3 way countback with 60 strokes. No one in either grade found the 5th green for the nearest the pin but on the 8th hole Andy Aitken for A grade and Barry Kirkland for B grade were the ball winners. The least putts in A grade went to Peter Ragen with 23 and B grade to Merv McLean with 25. Next weeks game 6th June will be a single stableford and the starters are Rick Bower and George Butlin. Organisers for the Monday evening raffle on 4th June are Col Huntley and Frank Underhill.
Winter Comp results for 21st May 2012 were:-
Ladies: Cheeky Chicks defeated Unicorns 9 games to 0
High scores Shirley 122; Annette 115
Us Plus defeated Twisted Sisters 5 games to 4
High scores Cheryl B 102; Jo 123, Kath 108
Red Devils defeated Missing Links 6 games to 3
High scores Sharon 127 & 125, Kerri 114 & 100, Anne 100, Patti 100; Bev 133, Dot 118, Sandra 115
High Peg Patti 32
Men: - Knights had the bye
Renegades defeated Panthers 8 games to 1
High Score Brett 140* 3
High Pegs Brett 80; Dennis 71 and a majestic 180 by the mighty Mick McI
Koalas defeated Terminators 5 games to 4
High Scores Ron 124; Fonz 140, Mick A 134, Mel 120
High Pegs Ken P 72; Mick A 68, Rambo 65
Far Kew 2 defeated Bsnes 5 games to 4
High Scores Jason 134, Higgo 108; Phillep 100, Lee 100
High Peg Glenn 32
Stuff Ups defeated Good Guys 7 games to 2
High Scores Jamie 121; Steve U 130, Dave B 121
High Peg Jamie 96
LUSC SOCIAL LAWN
Last Thursday afternoon we had 86 bowlers front up for a game at Kew. 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. It was also good to see Winston Pallott back at bowls with us after his recent illness. The winning rink $10.00 club vouchers were won by John (know nothing) Ingram, Pommie Graham Bennett, John Brown, Reginald Robb, Graham Holloway and Trevor Leffler. The runners-up rink $6.00 club vouchers were won by Warren Newby, Sam Smallwood, Graham Myles, Roy Johnston, Rodney Sutton and Les Thompson. The cash draw winners from the weekly nomination sheet were the Chicken Man winning $20.00 with both Allan Bradford and the Pirate winning $10.00 each. The winner of the delicious family apple pie from the Taste Bakehouse Seymour Street, Laurieton was Gerard Shashoua. The three $25.00 Xmas club raffle winners were Bob Wilford, Gerard Shashoua and the chicken man Jerry Janik who won two lots of money plus two huge meat trays, what a big day he had. A further twelve bowlers were lucky winners of the great meat trays from T Bones Quality Butchers, Bold Street, Laurieton. Members are reminded that your annual $5.00 LUSC Social Lawn Bowling Club membership fees are now due and they will be collected each week at either our Wednesday Ladies bowls or our Thursday Men’s bowls. The fees will also be collected by Jack Madeley at the LUSC each Friday evening between 4.30pm and 6.30pm and all members must be financial by Saturday 30th June, 2012. Our annual mixed bowls BBQ fun day will be held at the Kew Bowling Club next 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 annual membership fees on the day as well from any members wishing to pay. The nomination list is displayed on the bowler’s notice board at the LUSC. All inquiries related to the event can be directed to the Bowls Organiser on 65595117.
Another lovely sunny morning for our bowls and we had our usual happy morning. There will not be any bowls for us next Wednesday 30th so the descision was made that we all meet for coffee at Pages for Ages at their new venue at 10am so hope to see you all there. It was good to see Gloria back with us again. Must opologise to Betty Salter for calling her Joan hope you are feeling better now . The spider was won by Carole & the raffle was won by Jean.Hope to see you all on 6th June our next bowls day. D&J.
Monday 21st May N/ S 1st Pat Parsons & Margaret Reynolds 2nd Don Colyer & Cameron Kirton 3rd Margaret Dunlop & Elaine Lockwood
E/W 1st Lyn Redgate & Ros McKenzie 2nd Pamela Bennett & Bill Stallebrass 3rd Ngaira Green & Bett Matthews .
Thursday 24th May Third Round Club Championship
1. Noeline & Terry McKenna 2. Colin Choat & Margaret Dunlop 3. Nioni Cummins & Bill Stallebrass
Final result 1. Margaret Dunlop & Colin Choat 2. Nioni Cummins & Bill Stallebrass 3. Pamela Bennett & Joan Gillett.
Friday 25th May N/S 1st Cameron Kirton & Robyn Griffiths 2nd Terry & Noeline McKenna 3rd Dot Sodent & Bob Storer
E/W 1st Pamela Bennett & Bill Stallebrass 2nd Murray Booth & Marina Gregg 3rd Kath Heath & Aub Schulsted.
CAMDEN HAVEN TOUCH
Sponsored by LUSC
Round 14 Wednesday 30th May 2012
5:45pm Field 1 Bonny Hills Tavern Vs D and B Latham Building (Ref Martin Lighting & Electrical)
6:30pm Field 2 Surf Club Vs Laurieton Hotel (Ref Bonny Hills Tavern)
6:30pm Field 3 5 Star Floor Sanding Vs Eagles
(Ref Mick Murray)
6:30pm Field 1 Martin Lighting & Electrical Vs Lake Cathie Medical Centre (Ref D and B Latham Building)
5:45pm Field 2 Hurd Haulage Vs TB Tilers (Ref Laurieton Hotel)
5:45pm Field 3 Crystal Cut Vs Faddy Builders (Ref 5 Star Floor Sanding)
Lake Cathie/Bonny Hills Raiders JRLFC
This weeks game against the Breakers was lead by our Captain Michael who took us off to a great start with a try from the kick off. Izac made a huge run narrowly missing a try. Tallin our littlest Raider took it upon himself to tackle the biggest kid on the field. Hudson tackled like Frank Pritchard, Logan tackled anything that came his way. Sam's hard and straight runs gave him four tries, Johan stepped around taking away two tries. Congratulations to our man of the match Drew scoring two tries from a couple of massive runs down the side. Our supporters award this week went to Declan who also got a try and tackled his heart out all game. Well done boys your defence and team work was excellent.
Our club is rostered on for canteen duty on 2nd June. Please ensure your team representatives are at the canteen (or other duty) at their allotted time slot. Set up 9-9.45am Netta- CH, Kendall Services & Citizens Club, Canteen duties: 10-10.30am Camden Haven Jnr, 10.30-11am LUSC Jnr, 11-11.30am Saacks Orthodontics, 11.30-12pm Riverview Jnr, 12.30-1pm Riverview Snr, 1-1.30pm Wiggly Tail Butchery, 1.30-2pm LUSC Snr, 3pm TravelWorld Laurieton (Bring in post pads)
Players are needed for the 12 & 13yr old teams. If you know of anyone interested in playing please contact Lyn Sparenburg on 6559 7538 or 0412 597 538
26th May 2012
NETTA’S- KENDALL SERVICES AND CITIZENS CLUB- What a fantastic game. Bridie, Ella and Tess found space all over the court and Summah, Taylor and Elka made it hard for the opposition to pass the ball all game. Chloe, Remi and Keira all shot wonderful goals. Keep up the hard work.
10yrs RIVERVIEW SERVICE CENTRE- Another great game girls, and with only six players you are improving all the time. Well done Maleena, Jorden Wells, Layne, Caitlyn, Jazlyn and Jorden Greive see you all at training. Lyn
LAURIETON UNITED SERVICES CLUB Div 4 – Good effort girls we only lost by two goals. Well done Ashleigh, Abby, Bonny, Crystal, Taylah, Brooke, Danica, Chloe and Jessy hope your foot is ok. Lisa
WIGGLY TAIL BUTCHERY Div 4 – Fantastic game girls. Tara I’m really proud of you, it’s a tough job in the circle for both the shooters and the defenders and this week you stepped out of your comfort zone, well done. Sophie & Brooke had a great game sharing WD, Riley & Tarmara worked well together in the centre court both attacking & defending. Eliza & Chloe jumped on every ball that came their way, while Taylee & Ashleigh’s consistency is coming back. Good job girls.
Bonny Hills Beach Hotel Social Golf Club.
Seventeen players were present last Sunday and they participated in an individual Match Play event over 15 holes at Wauchope Golf Course. The course was in outstanding condition.
The results on the day were: Baz Wannell smashed Stan Neall to the tune of 7 up with 6 holes to play. This was a huge turnaround to when they played 3 weeks ago. His playing group were a little bewildered by Baz’s descriptions. Baz said that his partners’ ball was “over there just in front of the tree with branches coming out half way up the trunk.” What the? Baz also told the story of an arrogant OS player who claimed that he “only ever played in the seventies. If it gets any hotter, he goes to the bar for a drink.”
Eric Wade and Craig Jennings had an epic battle where Eric was 5 up at one stage, but with 2 to play, Craig had fought back to 1 down. They squared the last two holes to leave Eric 1 up. The big moment for Eric was his tee shot at the par 3 7th hole. He ended very close to the hole and then putted the very short putt for a birdie and this also gave him the NTP (2nd shot) prize for the day.
Roley Whitehead defeated Dennis Boyce to the tune of 4 and 2. After 5 holes, Dennis was 2 up but it was all downhill from there. Ken Norberry took full toll of Jenny Jackson’s poor play on the fairway and green and her lack of confidence at the moment. Ken won 5 and 3. He was very pleased with his par 4 on the 12th. I believe that jenny showed her “disappointment” with her play by slamming her club into the ground at one time.
Eric Broadbent showed much improved form to run out a big winner over Stan Muller (8 and 7). Alan Jackson and David Middlebrook had a ding dong battle and at the end of 15 holes, they could not be separated. Alan was always excellent off the tee, but he had trouble on the slick greens. Alan and David played on until they found a winner on the 18th. Alan generously bought David a beer back at headquarters. David illegally propped the wire fence up while he played his shot on the 12th, but then got his just desserts when he left his club there and had to run half way across the course to recover it.
Tony Carroll played Brett Smith and thought he had the first hole won, until Brett putted from well off the green. Brett was 1 up after 3 holes, but Tony showed that incredible consistency and gradually drew away to record a 5 and 3 win.
The final group was a threesome which included Paul Dickson, Mick Kennedy and Wendy Middlebrook. The organiser apologises profusely in leaving Mick out of the draw and for not organising a card for Wendy and Paul. Paul and Mick had the best scores in this group. Paul had a great 79 off the stick and also won the Men’s longest drive.
The winner of the day saw all the winners placed in a hat and the winner drawn out was Eric Broadbent. Baz Wannell was the runner up. Other winners were: NTP(4th) = Alan Jackson, LLD(14th) = Jenny Jackson, Ladies NTP 2nd shot(7th) = Jenny Jackson.
The next event is on June 17 at Emerald Downs, beginning at 8.30am. This will be an individual Stableford. We’ll be at Emerald Downs the following Sunday as well.
Pam having been dragged down by Jnr the last 2 weeks, teamed with Ken for victory , 2nd-Carol & fonz, Without Pam,stopping him, Jnr teamed with Jennifer to return to his right place in the scheme of things -convincing Mugs. Scores-Christine 152, Ian 140. Pegs-Pam 60, Rad 109. After gorging themselves with Mars Bars last week, everyone was too full to hit one. Join us for a fun night Tues 7pm. Someone show that start time to Mick.
Major Winner Terry Sykes, Runner up Lady Thea
Minor Winner Pepe Green, Runner up BC
Major winner Keith Racievich, Runner up Brian Lennard
Minor Winner Mick Banichek, Runner up Glen Kunze.
Please remember this is Thea's last week and would be great to see you all there to bid her a fond farewell .
Good Cueing Guenther
Another chilly Sunday saw nine starters, including Matt who hasn't been out for a while, for a stableford event. It took a while for the hands to warm up and we saw some wayward drives early. Josh setled down nicely and reeled off some good pars. Matt meanwhile was doing a lot of walking. Phil was playing some good golf after his holiday and Mark was pretty consistent. The rest of us had an enjoyable walk!. Matt's tee shot on the 18th was unusual, to say the least, with the ball finishing 20metres behind the tee.There was no NTP's in A Grade and no longdrive. In B Grade NTP on the 9th to Matt, 10th to me. Longdrive to Mark and he also took out the Ladies Hole. No one got 2nd shot.(saved on balls this week). Winner on the day was Josh with 31pts. Bringing up the rear was Matt. It is our turn to do the raffles on Friday so if you can help out let me know please. See ya Sunday. Headdown.
Lake Cathie B & R
Social Golf Club
On Sunday 27th of May the club played a single stableford event at Emerald Downs.
Brian Jenner was first on 39 points, Ryan Pierce second 36 points, Bob Jolly 3rd 35points.
N T P. s went to Bob Jolly 2 and Stephan Hamilton and Brian Jenner 1 apiece.
This was also the first round of the club singles championship.
Players advancing to the next round are. Brian Jenner, Frank Byrnes, J O’ Callaghan, Ryan Pierce, Gordon Christie, Bob Jolly, Peter Page and Stephan Hamilton.
Next game is on June 10th at Wauchope at 7.30. Put names on board early please. Lake Cathie Meats prize was won by Richard Pierce.
North Haven Bowling
Club Indoor Bowls
23/5/12: Three game winners were Bill Hyde and Heather Watson. Runners Up were Barbara Woolgar and Betty Bradley. Scratchies went to Roy Woolgar, Betty Twomey, Jim Cleary, Ken Posker, Catherine Lakeman, Betty Westaway, Mavis Coates and Julie Collis.
LUSC Indoor Bowls
24/5/12 Winners - Pat Townend & Chris Wagner. Runners Up - Annette Perrin & Wendy Ibbotson, Betty Twomey & Bill Hyde, Margaret Caples & Lester Watson. Get well soon and best wishes to Sid Charlwood, our President, who is currently in the Base Hospital.