North Haven Bowling Club Snooker
Results for the 30/05/2012
Majors winner this week was David (the chip monk) Gittoes. from the runner-up Scott (the lilly pad ) Lillyman.
Minors winner this week was Graham (the hog ) Palmer from the runner-up Chris (the cat on hot tin roof) Wheadon.
All visitors are welcome to play in our Wednesday night competition. Names in by 6.20pm for a 6.30pm starts.
In off the Red
LUSC SOCIAL LAWN BOWLS CLUB
Last Thursday afternoon we had 84 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 good to see Reg Boydell up watching his mates at bowls last week and looking great after his recent illness. The winning rink $10.00 club vouchers were won by Allan Bradford, Wally Barnes, George Butlin, Akmed Raschke and Patrick Guthrie. The runners-up rink $6.00 club vouchers were won by John Moore, Brian Milton, J. F. Smith, Brian Patterson, Joe Smith and Don McKirdy.,
The cash draw winners from the weekly nomination sheet were Akmed winning $20.00 with both David Perrin and Barry Boxdraw Westaway winning $10.00 each. The winner of the delicious family apple pie from the Taste Bakehouse Seymour Street, Laurieton was Barry Shorter. The three $25.00 Xmas club raffle winners were John Bate, Allan Bradford and Neville Simpson. 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 at Kew Bowling Club. The fees will also be collected at the LUSC each Friday evening between 4.30pm and 6.30pm and all members must be financial by Saturday 30th June, 2012. Unfortunately our annual mixed bowls BBQ fun day which was to be held last Sunday at Kew was cancelled, on behalf of our club we apologise for any inconvenience caused to our bowlers.
That is all.
Monday 28th May N/ S 1st Bernard & Mary Salkind 2nd Nola & John Davies 3rd Noeline & Terry McKenna
E/W 1st Lynne Grubb & Judith Reilly 2nd Carolyn Van Der Veen & Pat Smith 3rd Nioni Cummins& Lorraine Genge.
Thursday 31st May NS 1st Moreen Dellow &Carolyn Van Der Veen 2nd Terry & Noelene McKenna 3rd Margaret Dunlop & Colin Choat E/W equal 1st Lorraine Genge& Pat Parsons, Rina Schaaf & Sarah Roberts 3rd Pamela Bennett & Nioni Cummins.
Friday 1st June N/S 1st Colin Choat & Arthur Anlezark 2nd Terry & Noeline McKenna 3rd Lyn Redgate & Nioni Cummins
E/W 1st Pamela Bennett & Joan Gillett 2nd Daphne Dickens & Marj Lear 3rd Tricia Ryan & Carol Porter
Kendall Service and Citizen’s Club Social
On Sunday 20 May, 23 players travelled by bus to South West Rocks for a 2 Person Ambrose. A great day was had by all. Winner’s were Killer and Louise, with Wazza and Paula, the runners up. The NAGA award was presented to Heath, Dwayne and Allan. Mitch and Louise won the nearest the pin on the 2nd, and Tee shot for the day went to Wazza, for his dribbling efforts on the 6th. Winner of the injury tally for the day goes to Allan, broken thumb, grazed knee and bruised shin.
After an eventful, 9 holes, we all enjoyed the buffet lunch (Allan won the Buffet lunch award - 5 plates), the raffle prize winner was Jennifer and our own very special Pom won the 20 schooner raffle!!!! And generously shared.
Photos of the day are displayed on the big screen @ the club. Next play day is Sunday 3 June @ Royal Kew - 6.30am for 7am and then BBQ breakfast afterwards at KSCC. New players welcome.
19th 20th of MAY. It was great to see some favourable weather and this was evident by the quality fish presented, good weather off shore gave deep sea fisho’s a good run, there were plenty of good size snapper up to 5Kg, trag around 3kg flathead 2kg pearl perch 3kg, yellow fin tuna 6kg, Spanish mackerel 9kg, king fish 6kg, bonito and good size leather jacket, Beach and Rock was a bit more challenging due to super clear water and lack of cover but early sessions produced school jew, taylor, bream, blackfish and drummer, in the estuary fishos worked hard for pan size bream , flathead and blackfish. Results: Junior beach and rock - Drew Ferris. Junior deep sea - Caleb Hodges. Men’s Vets estuary - winner Peter Pritchard, runner up Paul O’Neil. Adult deep blue - winner Bert Hayes, Runner up Ken Whyte.
Ladies estuary - Cath Smith. Men’s beach and rock - winner Matt Hutchison, runner up Steve Atkins
Men’s vets beach and rock - Bob Clarke. Ladies beach and rock - Bev Clarke. Men’s deep sea - winner Rob Atkins, runner up Andy Martin
Men’s vets deep sea - winner Bill Fitzsimons, runner up Skippy Patton. Ladies deep sea - Jo Hodges
Ladies vets deep sea - Joan Fitzsimons. Our next comp will be held on the 16th and 17th of June and a reminder that we are holding the AFCA Mid North Coast Beach and Rock comp 23rd and 24th of June, anyone interested in competing let us know. See you all at next outing until then “Tight Lines”.
District Darts Assoc
Results for 28th May were:-
Missing Links defeated Twisted Sisters 6 games to 3
High scores Sandra 116, Dot 115; Carol S 117 & 113
High Peg Fay 71
Us Plus defeated Unicorns 8 games to 1
High Score Annette 110
High Peg Lesley 40
Red Devils defeated Cheeky Chicks 5 games to 4
High Scores Keri 117; Gail 120, Shirley 100
High Peg Keri 68
Men - all had the night off.
NHBC SOCIAL GOLF
Last week sixteen of our members travelled north to play the Urunga and Nambucca courses on Thursday and Friday respectively. Although we planned to play 18 hole competitions, due to an unavoidably late start on thursday at Urunga play was terminated early due to an upheld protest about the light and the competition was scored over nine holes. The winner was Peter Raschke with a stableford score of 20 points and Garry Hatfield was runner up with 18. We had a nearest the pin competition on the 12th hole which was taken out by Kevin Nieass. Laurie Hamilton took out the unofficial award for most trees hit, the count of which varied but seemed to be about 14.
On Friday we had an 8am start at Nambucca, but unfortunately the game was again terminated at nine holes due to steady rain. The winner on this occasion was Kevin Nieass with an excellent score of 22 stableford points, runner up was Terry Stringer with 20. Although we were somewhat thwarted in our games, a happy couple of days away was enjoyed by all. Once again President Jim carried out the bus driving with finesse and oblivious to the steady flow of sometimes dubious advice.Our thanks go to Jim for all the work he puts into organising these trips away. Wednesday the 30th May 16 starters fronted up for an American foursomes competition. The winning team was Vic Whitby and Laurie Hamilton with 53 strokes and runner up Col Huntley and Andy Aitken with 53.5 strokes. Nearest the pin on the 5th for A grade was Peter Ragen, no one in B grade. The 8th hole went to Shane Madden for A grade and Vic Whitby for B grade. Next Wednesday 13th June the starters will be Bob Constable and Terry Rogers. Monday raffle on 11th June organisers are Brian Johnston and Greg Clark.
Saturday saw the boys play the Port United Wallabies at Laurieton and what a action packed game starting with a couple of the Wallabies carried off after having receiving a ball in the belly. Congratulations to all the boys for showing excellent team work. Jaz and Tayte were working together passing and scoring those goals. Brodhie was in the thick of things and managed to get one through. Riley and Charlie were defending like they do to perfection and Max and Jack have certainly picked up and are now starting to get in there to get that ball. Player of the week was a hard one as Tayte was a standout, however Jack took it home as the most improved for the game. Well done boys we are all very proud of the way you are playing.
On Saturday the Camden Haven Reds played the Port United Emus in an encounter both teams will not forget as it was played with great sportsmanship from both teams and crowd participation. Camden Haven were the far superior team from the outset with a strong backline defence of Nick in goals, George, Demi, Chelsea, and Joel combining to create an impenetrable wall for the Emus and left them scratching for what to do. For the Camden Haven attackers it was a good day in the office, Jayden was all over the ground as per usual and set up the majority of play. Joel, Jacob and Riley all contributed to the score board with a goal a piece, Eli finally set fire to his flaming boots and slotted in 6 goals in a goal scoring frenzy. Had it not been for the goal posts put in the wrong position there would have been many more. Happy Birthday goes to Mitchell as well who couldn't make it to the game.
The girls travelled to Forster to play the Greenpoint Bulldogs. What a game, you could tell from the very start that our girls were hungry for a win and they came through winning 3-0.
In the first half Amity Bird and Hannah Morson gave us some heart stopping moments with some near misses but both came through in the second half with a goal each - great game girls. The third goal was scored by Brittany Jolly who had a very solid game.
Lauren Hrabak continued her game after a near sidelining by a wayward ball. Love those purple boots can’t miss them. Emma Campbell was also very strong in defence and used her awesome boot to place the ball in some great positions. Emily McKenzie did a great job up front and had an awesome game.
Good job to all the girls, what a great game and we are looking forward to next weeks game against the leaders.
Well done boys for your couragious home game win over PU Wolves on Saturday. It was the top of the table clash and what a game it was. Our two goals were scored by Ethan Eames and Jackson Miller, leaving the score 2-1. Congratulations boys.
Next week we play at Finlay Park @ 9.50.
See you at training on Monday.
We wondered who would turn up on such a crazy night weather wise - almost everyone. Well done girls.
We went down 3-1, however I felt two incidents played a major role in the result. Never mind (God knows), we improved from our last match. Still played in two lines though with no midfield through parts of the match. We passed well for about 60% of the match and will keep getting better. Keep having fun. Next week 6pm at Kempsey.
Major Winner Greg Boland. Runner up Ron Howell
Minor Winner Jimbo Gill. Runner Mick Banicek
Our Lady Thea, Runner up Glen Kunze
Minor Winner Keith Racivich, Runner up Brian Lennard '
We would like to wish Thea all the best in her new ventures.
A very dark and gloomy Sunday saw six of us brave the conditions. We decided on a three man ambrose, with Josh, Riddo and Dairy up against Bob, Ruddo and myself. I don't know whether it was the wet course or our golf but none of us were going to break any records. It took a combined eight shots before any of us got on the green on the 10th!. The only thing saving the first three was some great putting from Dairy, the same couldn't be said for our group. We managed to make it to the 17th green before the heavens opened. By the time we got to the 18th green the rain had stopped. Balls went to everyone. Winners on the day(by about six shots) were Josh, Riddo and Dairy. Our trip to Harrington has been moved to the 29th July, due to the unavailability of Trev and his bus on the 15th. Thanks to Rod who did the raffles with me last Friday. See ya Sunday.
LAKE CATHIE/BONNY HILLS JUNIOR
7 players, 3 games, no losses. What a day! boys you were out numbered but stuck together and dug deep to not only hold your own but win! Every one of you played your hearts out. Joe L and Aston, hats off to you both. You guys are tackling machines. Joe B, Matthew, Lachlan, Ewan and not forgetting Noah who scored his first try, all ran like there was no tomorrow. Fantastic!
This week’s man of the match went to all seven of you, you all made me vey proud. A big thank you to all the parents who stuck it out in the pouring rain. Again well done - Brad and Tom.
On Sunday the U/8 played in the gala day at Camden Haven.
It was well organised and a credit to all concerned.
The Cathie U/8 played great footy and were led by all the players that turned up. J
Jake, Braith, River, Nash, Marcus and Toby all played hard.
River split his mouth in game 1 and after a short break came back and played well.
Great effort boys and all the supporters that cheered them on.
Thanks to the 2 U/7 who helped out, Michael and Sam
Thanks to Smoke and Little Buddy for looking after team in rainy cinditions.
The threatening rain could not dampen the spirits and enthusiasm of the Mighty Camden Haven Eagles, they were looking forward to a full day of football at the Gala Day held at Laurieton last weekend.
The first game was against Port Macquarie Sharks. The hit ups for this game was won by Dane Chapman with 6, followed by Rhys Hanlon with 4, and Daniel Obrien, Jaspa Calicetto, Jake Paterson all made 3 hit ups each, Harry Twomey, Bryce Cook, and Cooper Crouch all made 2 hit ups. The tackle count was won by Rhys Hanlon with 6, followed by Blake Steep and Bryce Cook with 3, and Ethan Crossfield, Izach Dennis and Levi Berry with 2. Tries were coming thick and fast, Rhys Hanlon scored 2 tries, with Daniel Obrien, Bryce Cook, Ethan Crossfield and Jake Paterson all managed a try each. The Mighty Camden Haven Eagles proved they were too good and won the first game of the gala day.
The second game of the gala day was against Port Macquarie Breakers. Due to the rain wetting the game sheet I am unable to give statistics but the final result went the Mighty Camden Haven Eagles way.
The final game of the gala day was against Lake Cathie Raiders. The tackle count was won by Rhys Hanlon with 7, followed by Bryce Cook and Dane Chapman with 3, Harry Twomey and Ethan Crossfield completed 2 tackles, and Izach Dennis, Levi Berry, Jake Paterson and Cooper Crouch all managed a tackle each.
The hit ups this game was won by Harry Twomey with 7, followed by Bryce Cook with 4, Jaspa Calicetto, Cooper Crouch and Dane Chapman with 3, Ethan Crossfield,, Levi Berry, Jake Paterson and Rhys Hanlon with 2 each. Tries went to Dane Chapman with 3, Rhys Hanlon with 2, Levi Berry and Bryce Cook with a try each.
The Mighty Camden Haven Eagles had an impressive weekend of football, managing to win 3 out of 3 games against some very stiff and determined opposition. Congratulation Boys, Great Team Effort!
It was a Gala Day at Laurieton on Sunday - what an excellent opportunity to practice skills with a wet ball. The team played 4 games and the overriding comments from the sideline were all about how much better the team is playing together, and what an improvement in defense the team is making each week.
Across all four games Ethan and Moses displayed the greatest improvement and willingness to engage in the game from last week. Moses scored 3 tries, undertook a number of big tackles. He made a big run up the middle at one stage and was hit by a high tackle. This gave the team a penalty and enabled Connor to leap over the line to score. Moses ran straight, and what a difference he made to the outcome. Ethan stepped up and ran with the ball a few times, and also got involved in a number of tackles. He was much busier in these games than in the past. Well done to you both.
Jackson gets nominated as the team player of the week. Jackson quietly goes about his business on the field. He spreads out, undertakes big tackles when they come his way, asks for the ball when the conditions are right for him to run, and steps out of the way to ensure his team mates get a go with the ball when it’s not his turn. He plays smart and supports his team. Well done Jackson.
Overall, the increased level of teamwork was shown by the number of tackles that were attended by at least 3 players. This helped reduce the off-loads of the other team. The defensive line was better formed this week, the boys were more attentive when the other team were playing the ball, and they were more spread out across the field. Zane, Kai, Pat and Connor were leading the defensive charge, and were well backed up by their team. There were a number of times when the try line was defended repeatedly and the other side was kept from scoring. Tim and Dylan were kept busy at dummy half and were always in position and ready to go. Hayden had a well rounded game being involved all over the park.
In attack, the catch cry remains “spread out”! It is difficult for a runner to get clear of the play the ball area when the team is crowded around the ball. This is an area where the team needs to focus to get it right. Dylan had a great run and Kai dragged four defenders with him in one hit-up. Tim jumped on a loose ball and Jason had some good runs when given the ball. Pat broke through the defensive line at one point, passed to Kai who charged up the field. Kai was brought down in a rough tackle and the boys had set the team up for another try - sadly the full time whistle sounded. Everyone had a great fourth game and earned a decisive win.
Dylan was a great sport and played two games for alternative teams who were short players on the day. Great sportsmanship. Well done Dylan.
There was a loss, a draw and two wins. There was a lot of positive talk among the team mates and at the end of four games there were wet, muddy, happy boys everywhere.
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
2nd June 2012
NETTA’S- KENDALL SERVICES AND CITIZENS CLUB- Well done girls, what a great game. Keira, Taylor and Bridie all played excellent attacking games, while Ella and Elka defended really well. Lara, Tess, Chloe and Remi all shot fantastic goals. Everyone tried hard all game - great to see.
10yrs RIVERVIEW SERVICE CENTRE- This was a good game girls, hope you are enjoying your netball you are improving every week. No training this week and no netball this week-end. See you on 17th June at training. Lyn
10yrs CAMDEN HAVEN PANEL WORKS The girls all played really well this week again, but unfortunately lost. Callie played a great game and Courtney played really well running all over the court. Better luck next time girls.
LAURIETON UNITED SERVICES CLUB Div 4 - Great effort girls with two girls hurt, girls with asthma and no reserves you did your best. No training see you on 15th June at training. Lisa
WIGGLY TAIL BUTCHERY Div 4 - Ok, way too close call girls? Lucky you managed to get it together in the last quarter and things turned in our favour. Well done Chloe you stood your ground against a frustrating opposition. Training is on as normal. No netball over the long weekend.
KENDALL S & CC
Our May outing was held on 11th 12th & 13th, being Mothers Day weekend, not too many members ventured out but those who did enjoyed themselves. Winners were: Ladies; Glenda Barr, Mens: Justin Barr, Ladies Vets; Margaret Sandersan, Mens Vets; Barry Sandersan, Sub junior nominated species was not won so now jackpots’ to the next outing which is next weekend 8th 9th & 10th June. Species will be “open”. This weigh in will be our last for 2011-2012, so it would be good to see some big catches weighed (weather permitting) otherwise come along anyway. Decisions will be made for our presentation and AGM. A big thankyou to our members who participated and came to the presentation for the Broken Propellor Shield. There were some big fish weighed. Shame they were not all ours. Congratulations to Lake Cathie for taking out both sections (overall and handicap). KS & CC Fishing Club came runners up in both. Jye Rousell had the best estuary catch for the juniors and and brother Kade got runners up. Barry and Margaret Sandersan took out Mens and Ladies Best Estuary Catch. Congratulations to them and to all our members who weighed in. Without them we would not have done as well. Members, don’t forget, this will be out last outing for this year, so let us make it a big one. Weigh in is at the club at 2pm Sunday 10th. Hope to see you all there.
LUSC Wed Euchre
A good night with 3 winners - Margaret Caples, Adolf Wagner & Alma Beach. New players always welcome. All his friends at Euchre were saddened by the death of Sid Charlwood, The President. He will be missed. Our condolences go to his family.
LUSC Indoor Bowls
Small crowd with 1 x 3 game winner - Bill Hyde & Thelma Ruhan. Runners Up - Pat Townend & Chris Wagner, Adolf Wagner & Catherine Lakeman, Betty Twomey & Wendy Ibbotson. All out bowlers were deeply saddened and shocked by the death of Our President, Sid Charlwood. We will miss him greatly & all his many jokes. Rest in Peace - Sid.
North Haven Bowling
Club Indoor Bowls 29.05.12
AGM held with 23 members attending. After the meeting everyone enjoyed playing bowls. Winners were Barbara Woolgar and Betty Bradley. Runners Up were Barry Westaway and Ken Posker. Scratchies went to Roy Woolgar, Julie Collis, Bill Hyde, Jean Ryan, Catherine Lakeman, Betty Twomey, Thelma Ruhan and Mavis Coates. If you think you would like to try Indoor Bowls then please come along on Tuesday evenings at 6.45pm. All welcome.
North Haven Bowling & Recreation Club Social Darts
Date 30.05.12 1st Kath & Geoff, 2nd Glenda (Glen) & David, LHS Anne 131, MHS Geoff 133, LHP Patti 40, MHP Doug 69. Raffle 1st Pauline, 2nd Deb, 3rd Joan, 4th Anne, 5th Annette, 6th Joan. Mystery Peg Not Hit. Mugs Deb & Stephen. Darts are played every Wednesday night. Names in by 7.15pm for a 7.30pm start.
Sponsored by LUSC
Due to State Of Origin Semi-Finals will commence on Monday 11/6/2012.
Round 15 Wednesday 6th June 2012
5:45 pm Field 1 D and B Latham Building Vs Lake Cathie Medical Centre (Ref Mick Murray)
5:45 pm Field 2 Bonny Hills Tavern Vs Eagles (Ref Martin Lighting & Electrical)
5:45 pm Field 3 5 Star Floor Sanding Vs Laurieton Hotel (Ref Surf Club)
6:30 pm Field 3 Surf Club Vs Martin Lighting & Electrical (Ref D and B Latham Building)
6:30 pm Field 1 Crystal Cut Vs Hurd Haulage (Ref Bonny Hills)
6:30 pm Field 2 TB Tilers Vs Faddy Builders
Semi - Finals round 1 Monday 11th June 2012
Men’s Open Semi-Finals
6:30 pm Field 2 5 Star Floor Sanding(1) Vs D and B Latham Building (2) (Ref Mick Murray)
6:30 pm Field 1 Bonny Hills Tavern(3) Vs Martin Lighting & Electrical(4) (Ref Laurieton Hotel)
6:30 pm Field 3 Eagles(3) Vs Surf Club(4) (Ref Laurieton Hotel )
5:45 pm Field 1 Laurieton Hotel(1) Vs Lake Cathie Medical Centre(2) (Ref5 Star Floor Sanding)
Women’s Open Semi-Finals
5:45 pm Field 2 Faddy Builders(1) Vs Hurd Haulage(2) (Ref Eagles)
5:45 pm Field 3 TB Tilers(3) Vs Crystal Cut(4) (Ref Surf Club)