Sport in brief...
TOP scorer for competition on April 25 was G Taylor in first place with 169. D Bramer finished second with 164. Other scores; G Stark 124, G Bramer 99 (two games), R Miller 147, B Parlmer 135, P Grambouer 144, G Mann 121, P Fester 162, L Dent 140, R Davis 139, L Stark 139, M Glover 160.
RESULTS from April 24. Grasscutters 9 defeated Toolies 1; 3 - Steven Zahl, 2 - Mat Dent, 1 - David Shepherd, 3 - Kerry Goodwin, 2 - Sarah Webster, 1 - Trina Schiffke. Stop 'n' Go 13 defeated Pistol Knight 0; 3 - Haydin Elsebach, 2 - Jaybin Pearce, 1 - MarkMillington, 3 - Lisa Jensen, 2 - Leisa Darlington, 1 - Linda Drayton. Riverbend 8 defeated Gayndah Jewellers 6; 3 - James Stallan, 2 - Nathan Spencer, 1 - James Duncan, 3 - Nicole Ulcoq, 2 - Tahlia D, 1 - Sophie Evans. The Rebels 10 defeated Try Hard 9; 3 - Josh Robertson, 2 - Ivan Collins, 1 - Fletcher Pearce, 3 - Jesse George, 2 - Rebecca O'Brien, 1 - Sam O'Brien. Shockwaves had a bye.
RESULTS from this weeks games. Allsorts 19 defeated Terminators 12; best and fairest Tanya Coulsen & Sam O'Brien. Generation Gap 64 defeated Flaming Flamingos 4; best and fairest Chloe Spry & Sam Van Oosten. Aqua Girls 29 defeated Bruisers 12; best and fairest Karin Vorster & Alex Vincombe.
CHAMPIONSHIP Games for April 25. Ladies fours; N Darlington (Sub – L Pace), P Darlington, L Krause, C Prygoda 25 defeated A Anderson, GEvans, C Taylor, S Stott 9. Mens Pairs; S Meyer, B Prygoda 23 defeated S Wiley, K. Wiley 17. Mixed pairs on April 27; K Wiley, A Wiley 36 defeated G Darlington, N Darlington 11. Gayndah RSL Indoor BowlsClub visitwas held April 27. First games; MGlover, G Mann, B Prygoda 14 defeated P Thompson, B Wengel, A Faulkner 5. J Anderson, P Fester, P Darlington 11 defeated L Miller, P Templeman, S Stott 7. R Davis, L Teticeh, M Guyatt, C Pryogoda 16 defeated R Miller, A Burnett, L Pace, G Taylor 13. P Taylor, G Evans, J Stott, G Taylor 10 defeated D Bramer, A Anderson, S Prygoda, B Keune 7. Second game skips names only; B Prygoda 13 defeated P Darlington 10, A Faulkner 15 defeated S Stott 4, C Prygoda 12 defeatedGTaylor 10, B Keune 13 defeatedGTaylor 6. B Prygoda’s team finished first with 33 points, C Prygoda’s team finished second with 30 points. S Meyer won the raffle.
Results to Monday April 29- Social Thursday, April 25: B.Woodall, H.Kirkwood, K.Herbener def M.Torrens, G.Hampson, BillWoodall 24-15. G.Price, V.Gibbon, J.King def P.Morgan, D.Goschnick, R.Dillon 16-12. T.Barker, L.Woodall, R.Stubbs tied J.Muller, L.Ogle, H.Price 23-23. B.Kerr, G.Stubbs, R.Larsen, K.Myles def K.Roth, R.Hampson, M.Myles, S.Johnston 23-11.
The Mixed Foursomes Championships were played weekend April 20, 21
Saturday's Results: Winners: B Kimber and R Maeyke C/B 68, Runners-up: N and E Kimber 68, 3rd Place: D Walsh and C Vicary 69, 4th Place G and L Carlyon 69 ½, 5th Place: S and V Zipf 71, 6th Place: D Zipf and G Lee 72 ½, Men's Pin Shot N0 4: WBenham, Ladies’ Accurate Shot No 5: C Vicary, Men's Pin Shot No 5: N Kimber, 2nd Grade 2nd Shot No 6: DWilliams and A Potter, 1st Grade 2nd Shot No 8: G Lee and D Zipf, Team Pin Shot No 9: E and N Kimber, Encouragement Award: E and M Benham, Sunday's Results: Winners: E and N Kimber 63, Runners-up: D Walsh and C Vicary 66, 3rd Place: A Potter and DWilliams 66 ½, 4th Place: G and L Carlyon 67 ½, 5th Place B Kimber and R Maeyke 71, 6th Place: J Sherwood and R Kimber 71, Ladies’ Acc Shot No 4: R Maeyke, Men’s Pin Shot No 4: P Hunsley, Ladies’ Acc Shot No 5: C Vicary, Men’s Pin shot No 5: W Benham, 2nd Grade 2nd Shot no 6: W Benham and L Mesner, 1st Grade 2nd Shot No 8: P Hunsley and L Lindenmayer, Team Pin Shot No 9: G and L Carlyon, Encouragement Award: E and M Benham, Mixed Foursomes Champions: 1st Grade Winners: D Walsh and C Vicary 157, Runners-up: P Hunsley and L Lindenmayer 166, 2nd Grade, Winners: N and E Kimber 179, Runners-up: WBenham and L Mesner 181. SUNDAY April 28: April Monthly Medal – Stroke competition for Nigel, Rebecca & Bailey Kimber’s Trophies. LADIES overall winner: Lois Mesner 95/ 70, 1st Grade Monthly Medal: L Mesner, 2nd Grade E Kimber 109/71. Putting: L Mesner 30. Ball Comp. R Maeyke, E Kimber,, G Lee Club Acc Shot No: 4 R Kimber. 1st Grade Accurate Shot No: 5 L Mesner, 2nd Grade 2nd Shot No: 6 D Williams, 2nd Shot No: G Lee. Bradmans S Maskovich. H/ Cap Matchplay results: J Lohse d R Maeyke 1up, R Kimber d S Maskovich 6/5. MENS overall and C Grade Monthly Medal winner: Tom Fuller 64. A Grade Monthly Medal – B Kimber 65 , B Grade Monthly Medal: G Carlyon 68. Bradmans: DWalsh. – Club Pin Shot No: 5 B Kimber, Sponsors Shots No: 4 J Sherwood, No: 9GV Lohse, 2nd No: 8 P Hunsley. B Kimber 65, B Paddon 65, D Zipf 67, K Beutel 67, W Benham 68, G Carlyon 68, S Vangelouski 69, GV Lohse 69. Putting: WBenham 27 putts. Next weekend: Stableford for Bec Wengel & Bernie Loveday’s trophies.
Thanks to Scott and Melissa from Hurdle Gully Lucerne for providing the trophies for Thursday’s Anzac Day competition. Scott returned the best score of 43 points in the 18 Hole Stableford however he re-donated the trophy with the win going to Mark Curtis on 41 points from Brett McInally 39 and Tony Dillon 38. Rundown: Paul Irvine 37. Rodger Ostwald 37. Adrian Kummerfeld 37. Glenn Evans 37. Wal Wilkes 36. Shane Taylor 36. Anthony Sanderson 36. Laurie Barnett 36. Pin and Approach Shots: N0 1 – Glenn Evans. No 6 – Laurie Barnett. No 8 – Laurie Barnett. No 9 – Tony Dillon. Night golf held on Friday 26th attracted a small field for the golf. The Club also catered for Blaze Aid volunteers – thanks to Bec Zieth for preparing the food. Winners – Martin Bowman, Daniel Roth and Jacob Mulkentine. Sunday 28th – Medley 2 Ball Ambrose for trophies donated by
Monto IGA Supermarket. A countback decided Shane Taylor and Eddie Anderson winners with 62 nett (67 gross) fromWal Wilkes and Rodger Ostwald (70G-62N) and Laurie Barnett and Keith Murr (69G-62N) Fourth place went to Tony Dillon and Damien Zieth (69G-64N) Pin shot No 9 – Roy Marbach. This Sunday is a 4BBB Medley Stableford sponsored by DJ’s Steel and Concrete. Other events in May: Sunday 12th – Stableford (Monto Service Centre) Sunday 19th – Stroke (Club) Sunday 26th – Stableford (Cania Gorge Tourist Retreat).
TUESDAY Veterans 18 holes stroke competition had 14 players. The winner was Des Randall with 60 nett, runner up was Di Baker with 66 nett, second runner up was John Morgan with 66 nett. Pinshots; third shot on 5/14 for Di Baker, number three for John Morgan. Thursday sporters 9 hole stroke event had 16 players. The winner was Rita Alsemgeest with 22 ½ nett, runner up was John Morgan with 25 nett, second runner up was Ray Willis with 26 nett. Pinshots; 5/14 Brad Schiffke, 7/16 Jeremy Zahl. The weekend competition 18 Hole Flag Event had 11 players. The winner was Jeremy Zahl, runner up was Trevor Slack. Pinshots; 5/ 14 Jeremy Zahl, 3/12 Trevor Slack, 7/16 Lindsay Baker. Upcoming events, May 4 –Fundraiser for Gayndah Golf Club at the Gayndah Bowls Club. All names in by Friday to the Bowls Club or Michael Coulson. Please support your club and register ASAP. Start time 1pm, cost $15 includes a BBQ afterwards. May 5 - 4BBB Stroke Event. Reminder that all second round 4BBB Handicap Matchplay must be completed by the 5th May.
SHOOTING CENTRAL BURNETT GUN
Clay Target Day sponsored by Ken Mills 25 Target Double Barrel: 1st AA/A Cameron Dean 24/25, 2nd AA/A Gary Darlington 23/25, 1st B/C Rob Geary 24/25, 2nd B/C Iain Campbell 23/25.
Ken Mills 100 Target Points: 1st AA/A Cameron Dean 295/300, 2nd AA/A John Burns 285/300, 1st B/C Luke Geary 246/300, 2nd B/C Rob Geary 244/300.
MUNDUBBERA SMALL BORE RIFLE CLUB
A Doessel 38/40, T Smyth 36/40, T Doessel 36/40, W Pashley 33/40, B Slack 29/40, J Meyer 28/40.
Next shoot Sunday 12/5/13. DARTS BIGGENDEN
THE A Team played well to defeat All Sorts 4-3 in last week’s round of darts played at the Grand Hotel at Biggenden. In other games all with a 4-3 result, Double Barrel Hot Shots d Terriers, One Day d B Gees and Rug Rats d Plastered Penquins. Most tons for the night went to Phil Churchward on a countback with three (100,140,101) and Lynette Lundy with two (122,117).
Most peg outs were thrown by Geoff Duncan with four (45,63,25,4) and Karli Pressler, also with four (10,28,16,26). Highest score was recorded by Ben with a score of 140 and Leanne Duncan with 100.
Highest peg out went to Leo Taticek with 107 and Janet Wall with 74. Special mention must be made of Leo Taticek who threw a 90 bull finish.
Tonight’s games will be played at the Commercial Hotel.