Rochy on the board

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‘‘Corey did a re­ally good job for us,’’ Bubb said.

‘‘At 0/100 you’re not go­ing to lose too many games from there chas­ing 161.

‘‘He (Win­dridge) only had his first hit at train­ing last week lead­ing up to the game. He hasn’t been around much.

‘‘We hope he can carry on and have a re­ally good sea­son for us.’’

The signs are good for a big sea­son for the new Rochester Cricket Club. Across the two weeks so far, the club has only suf­fered one loss in all grades.

‘‘While it was good for us (A grade) to get a win, even more pleas­ing is that B grade, C grade and the un­der 16 have all started well,’’ Bubb said.

The amal­ga­ma­tion of two ri­val cricket clubs from the one town seems to have tran­si­tioned with­out a hic­cup.

‘‘There hasn’t been any is­sue,’’ Bubb said.

‘‘It’s been a re­ally smooth merger.

‘‘The high­light has been our B grade teams. We have a B grade team of over 18 play­ers and an­other B grade team of un­der 18 play­ers and both haven’t lost a game yet.

‘‘That shows there’s a lot of fu­ture A grade play­ers com­ing through the club.’’

The newly found form of Rochester will be put to the test this week when it trav­els to the un­de­feated Ton­gala.

Tonny has been im­pres­sive in its two games so far this sea­son un­der new coach Dan Coombs.

On Satur­day, the team en­hanced its rep­u­ta­tion when it dis­patched Echuca South in dom­i­nant style.

Last sea­son’s joint GMC crick­eter of the year Adam Nunn scored 22 and took 2/33, as well as a catch, as Ton­gala reeled in South’s to­tal of 112.

‘‘Ton­gala haven’t lost, they’re in good form so it will be a tough game for us,’’ Bubb said.

‘‘We need to keep im­prov­ing. As I said we didn’t play well in the first and there are still ar­eas we need to work on but hope­fully we can build through­out the sea­son.’’

CAM­PASPE TEN­NIS AS­SO­CI­A­TION Sec­tion one

Echuca South 2 (9/77) d Rich River 1 (4/59). Jor­dan God­frey d Isaac Cz­a­ban 6-0; Hay­den James d Cal­lum Egan 6-0; Jor­dan God­frey/Ley­ton Shen­field d Isaac Cz­a­ban/Brett An­gove 8-2; Hay­den James/Joe Guiney d Cal­lum Egan/Pe­ter God­frey 8-5; Ley­ton Shen­field/ Luca Mol­luso d Brett An­gove/ Pe­ter God­frey 8-6; Tanya God­frey/Kate Mulc­ahy lt Deb­bie An­gove/Karen Egan 6-8; Belinda Preen/Han­nah Mulc­ahy lt Mar­garet Peat/Kelli Bartlett 0-8; Tanya God­frey/ Belinda Preen d Deb­bie An­gove/Mar­garet Peat 8-4; Kate Mulc­ahy/Han­nah Mulc­ahy lt Karen Egan/Kelli Bartlett 2-8; Jor­dan God­frey/Kate Mulc­ahy d Isaac Cz­a­ban/Kelli Bartlett 8-3; Hay­den James/Tanya God­frey d Cal­lum Egan/Karen Egan 8-2; Luca Mol­luso/ Han­nah Mulc­ahy d Pe­ter God­frey/Deb­bie An­gove 8-4; Joe Guiney/Belinda Preen lt Brett An­gove/Mar­garet Peat 1-8.

Echuca South 1 (7/ 90) d LBU 1 (3/63). Kia Coatsworth lt Stan­ley Brent­nall 4-6; Shane Coatesworth d Travis Ba­con 6-2; Kia Coatsworth/Ben Pot­ter d Stan­ley Brent­nall/Ja­cob Haines 8-7; Shane Coatesworth/Howard Arm­strong d Travis Ba­con/Ged Gid­dings 8-1; Ben Pot­ter/Howard Arm­strong d Ian Haines/ Ged Gid­dings 8-1; Judy Poole/ Sarah Brighton lt Lois Toohey/ Michelle Stone 7-9; Donna Glen/Christie Mundie lt Mea­gan Brent­nall/Bre­anna Gid­dings 6-8; Judy Poole/ Donna Glen lt Lois Toohey/ Mea­gan Brent­nall 3-8; Sarah Brighton/Christie Mundie d Michelle Stone/Bre­anna Gid­dings 8-3; Kia Coatsworth/ Judy Poole d Stan­ley Brent­nall/ Michelle Stone 8-7; Shane Coatesworth/Sarah Brighton d Travis Ba­con/Lois Toohey 8-5; Ben Pot­ter/Donna Glen d Ian Haines/Bre­anna Gid­dings 8-3; Howard Arm­strong/Christie Mundie d Ged Gid­dings/ Mea­gan Brent­nall 8-3.

Rochester 2 vs Echuca Lawn 1

Rochester 1 — bye.

Sec­tion two

Col­binab­bin 1 (11/ 75) d LBU 2 (2/41): Sam Ryan lt Dy­lan Stapleton 3-6; Hugh Hamil­ton d Blake Hum­bert 6-2; Sam Ryan/Cooper Hamil­ton d Dy­lan Stapleton/Clancy Gar­diner 6-0; Hugh Hamil­ton/ Christo­pher Ryan d Blake Hum­bert/Nathan Tay­lor 6-2; Cooper Hamil­ton/Christo­pher Ryan lt Clancy Gar­diner/Ro­han Chugg 5-7; Tr­ish Wilkin­son/ Diana O’Brien d Beth Howlett/ Sarah Jones 6-4; Narelle Robert­son/An­nalise John­son d Re­becca Eade/Emma Palmer 6-4; Tr­ish Wilkin­son/Narelle Robert­son d Beth Howlett/ Re­becca Eade 6-2; Diana O’Brien/An­nalise John­son d Sarah Jones/Emma Palmer 6-2; Sam Ryan/Tr­ish Wilkin­son d Dy­lan Stapleton/Beth Howlett 6-4; Hugh Hamil­ton/Diana O’Brien d Blake Hum­bert/ Emma Palmer 6-4; Cooper Hamil­ton/Narelle Robert­son d Nathan Tay­lor/Re­becca Eade 6-0; Christo­pher Ryan/An­nalise John­son d Ro­han Chugg/Sarah Jones 7-5.

Echuca South 3 (2/40) lt Rich River 2 (11/75): Oliver Poole lt Barry Sud­holz 3-6; Nick Ritchie lt Matthew Ge­orge 3-6; Oliver Poole/Robert Cald­well lt Barry Sud­holz/Jolyon Ho­gan 6-7; Nick Ritchie/ Der­mot Ritchie lt Matthew Ge­orge/Hud­son Jasper 1-6; Robert Cald­well/Der­mot Ritchie d Jolyon Ho­gan/Hud­son Jasper 6-4; Gemma God­frey/ Phoebe Poole lt Jenny Sud­holz/ Mel Crowl 3-6; Jo­hanna Ritchie/An­gela Durham lt Yvonne Mathers/Julie Hard­ing 0-6; Gemma God­frey/Jo­hanna Ritchie lt Jenny Sud­holz/Yvonne Mathers 1-6; Phoebe Poole/ An­gela Durham lt Mel Crowl/ Julie Hard­ing 1-6; Oliver Poole/ Gemma God­frey lt Barry Sud­holz/Jenny Sud­holz 5-7; Nick Ritchie/Phoebe Poole lt Hud­son Jasper/Yvonne Mathers 1-6; Robert Cald­well/Jo­hanna Ritchie d Matthew Ge­orge/ Julie Hard­ing 6-1; Der­mot Ritchie/ An­gela Durham lt Jolyon Ho­gan/Me­gan O’Con­nell 4-6.

El­more 1 (11/76) d Rochester 4 (2/34): Ryan Byrne d Jake Hock­ing 6-0; Bryce Niven d Alex Parker 6-4; Ryan Byrne/ Ryan McCaskie d Jake Hock­ing/Jack Palmer 6-1; Bryce Niven/Jakob Klein d Alex Parker/Matt Blow 6-1; Ryan McCaskie/Jakob Klein d Jack Palmer/Matt Blow 7-5; Tay­lah Pratt/Rachel John­son d Ella Ker­lin/Elle Palmer 6-1; Jes­sica DeMaria/Sarah John­son lt Stella Martin/Kate Camp­bell 5-7; Tay­lah Pratt/Jane McA­dam d Ella Ker­lin/ Stella Martin 6-2; Rachel John­son/ Sarah John­son lt Elle Palmer/ Kate Camp­bell 4-6; Ryan Byrne/Jes­sica DeMaria d Jake Hock­ing/Stella Martin 6-1; Bryce Niven/Tay­lah Pratt d Alex Parker/Elle Palmer 6-3; Ryan McCaskie/Rachel John­son d Matt Blow/Ella Ker­lin 6-3; Jakob Klein/Jane McA­dam d Jack Palmer/Kate Camp­bell 6-0.

Rochester 3 — bye.

Ju­nior A

Echuca South 5 (3/30) drawn LBU 4 (2/28); Rochester 5 (6/39) d LBU 3 (1/24); Rich River 3 (3/24) lt Rochester 6 (4/30); Echuca South 4 — bye.

Ju­nior B Cam­paspe

Rochester 9 (3/27) lt Col­binab­bin 2 (3/28); Rochester 8 (4/32) d LBU 5 (2/23); Rochester 7 (1/19) lt Echuca South 6 (5/32); Rich River 4 (2/17) lt Echuca South 7 (4/33).

Ju­nior B Mur­ray

Echuca South 8 (2/20) lt LBU 6 (4/31); Rich River 5 (1/15) lt Rochester 11 (5/32); Echuca Lawn 2 (3/25) lt Rochester 10 (3/31).

Ju­nior C

Echuca Lawn 3 (0/18) lt Rochester 13 (6/36); Rochester 12 (3/25) lt LBU 7 (3/26); El­more 2 (1/12) lt Echuca Lawn 5 (5/31); LBU 8 (4/27) d Echuca Lawn 4 (2/23); Rich River 6 (3/27) d Echuca Lawn 6 (3/24); El­more 3 — bye.

Cam­paspe

MON­DAY was our clos­ing day for the win­ter sea­son. The Wed­nes­day ladies also played on this day.

The win­ner of the men’s com­pe­ti­tion was Frank Broucek (45-12-33). Rod McAsey was back in form to be run­ner-up on (54-171/2-361/2) and also the hottest put­ter on 15. Frank also made it to NTP fifth, Shane Wolfe claimed sev­enth sec­ond shot and John Oak­ley had the straight­est drive on the ninth.

The ladies win­ner was Shirley McAsey (54-191/2-341/2), with Denise Pap­pin be­ing run­ner-up (50-111/2-381/2). Denise also took out NTP sec­ond shot on the first and the straight­est drive by six inches from Naida Belot. Shirley had the least putts on the 15th. The sum­mer com­pe­ti­tion has started, men’s and ladies, with as­sem­bly at 9am and hit off 9.30am.

Hope to see you all there in­clud­ing our sum­mer mem­bers.

Rochester

FOR our an­nual trip away, 16 mem­bers trav­elled to the lovely un­du­lat­ing sand dunes of the Tocumwal golf club. New­est mem­ber Nathan Mar­rone showed his out­stand­ing sport­ing abil­ity is not only lim­ited to foot­ball and com­bined with Chris White they scored 45 sta­ble­ford points from ex­cap­tain Leigh Hicks and cap­tain Richard Feuk on 44 points.

The pair­ings of Jake Wright and Bruce Bryant and Pe­ter Hy­den and Robert Vise were next on 41 points. New mem­ber Ken Lam­bert (2), Wright (8), Mar­rone (14) and Bryant (18) were near­est the pin win­ners.

Des Gal­lagher’s fine round of 43 points saw him named the B grade win­ner at Rich River last Tues­day.

Hot scor­ing was on show last Wed­nes­day in the nine-ho­letwo ball ambrose event over the back nine.

Pe­ter An­der­son and Kevin McCormick fin­ished with five un­der 31 net 23.25 which in­cluded an ea­gle one on the 12 and birdies on 14,17 and 18. All the while play­ing part­ners in Robert Vise and Alex McQuib­ban birded 12, 16 and 17 for 37 net 27.75.

An­der­son’s hole in one is the first for more than seven years and the 12th since mov­ing to our new course 34 years ago. It ap­pears no aces were recorded at the old course when played around the race­course for more than 50 years.

Mon­day, Oc­to­ber 22, is the AGM, start­ing at 7pm. Pres­i­dent Ian Clark is en­cour­ag­ing mem­bers to at­tend, as all po­si­tions will be de­clared va­cant and a com­pre­hen­sive re­port will be pro­vided on all as­pects of the wa­ter con­nec­tion sit­u­a­tion.

A street stall has been booked for Satur­day, Novem­ber 3 be­fore the Mel­bourne Cup. Mem­bers are urged to pro­vide goods or prod­ucts to sell on the day and help man the stall from 8.30am on­wards.

Lock­ing­ton

THE Lock­ing­ton Golf Club’s 2018 pre­sen­ta­tion night was held on Satur­day. The crowd en­joyed a de­li­cious bring and share casse­role tea and cel­e­brated the sea­son’s achieve­ments.

The star of the show was Will Hardess, who capped off his ex­cel­lent sea­son with five wins on the night. There was a big roar when Jay­den Wright was an­nounced the win­ner of the McMinn Par Tro­phy, with lots of pho­tos and a selfie or two taken af­ter­wards of Jay­den and the tro­phy. Re­sults: Club cham­pion: Grant Hum­bert. B grade cham­pion: Stu­art New­ton. C grade cham­pion: Will Hardess. Net cham­pi­ons: A grade: Kevin Hum­bert. B grade: Barry Gra­ham. C grade: Tom Scur­rah. Vet­eran’s cham­pion: Kevin Hum­bert.

Gart­side Cup: Grant Hum­bert. Match­play cham­pion: Tom Scur­rah (de­feated Barry Gra­ham). St An­drews Tro­phy: Will Hardess. The Wedgie Tro­phy: Mat Den­nis.

Hole-in-one: Des Pen­treath. Mixed Amer­i­can Cham­pi­ons: Scratch — Pauline and Kevin Hum­bert; Nett — Kathy and Rick Con­nors (count­back from Marg Eade and Jeff Carnie).

Eclec­tic Tro­phy: Equal fifth — Mat Den­nis, Steve Holt, Gary Mil­li­gan all net 55; fourth — Brett Stone 54.5; third — Terry Thomas 52.5; sec­ond — Rob Hardess 51.5; win­ner — Grant Hum­bert 51-1-50.

Wayne An­gove Memo­rial Most Con­sis­tent Tro­phy: Fifth — Barry Gra­ham 68.0; fourth — Tom Scur­rah 67.9; third — Rick Con­nors 67.7; sec­ond — Kevin Hum­bert 67.6; win­ner — Will Hardess 65.6.

Cyril and Mary Robins Per­pet­ual Sta­ble­ford Tro­phy: Fifth — James Hod­gens 150; equal third — Will Hardess, Kevin Hum­bert 151; sec­ond — Tim Sta­ley 155; win­ner — Rob Hardess 165.

Ge­orge McMinn Per­pet­ual Par Tro­phy: Equal fifth — Bruce Haines, Kevin Hum­bert, Ian Mad­di­son +7; equal third — Mark Lyons, Tom Scur­rah +8; sec­ond — An­drew Glatte +10; win­ner — Jay­den Wright +11.

Stir­rer’s Spoon: Terry Thomas. Choker’s Tro­phy: Brett Stone. Rick and Kathy Con­nors Club Le­gend Tro­phy: Will Hardess, 45pts. Most Satur­day comp wins: Will Hardess.

The club’s AGM will be held on Tues­day, Novem­ber 20, at the club­house, start­ing at 8pm — all mem­bers most wel­come.

Photo: Bruce Povey.

Liam Rin­gin fin­ished with 2/23 for Rochester.

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