SPORT RE­SULTS

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RE­SULTS of games played at the Isis Bowls Club:

Tues­day, Novem­ber 4 - No bowls, Mel­bourne Cup Day.

Thurs­day, Novem­ber 6 - E. Dick­en­son, M. Styles, D. Ha­ley def R. Dick­en­son, Joy H, B. Cowan 27-17; L. Grant, N. Munkman, L. Ack­royd, D. Jones def L. Grant, M. Green, D. Pratt, J. Short 19-18. Sun­day Novem­ber 9 - Lisa, Nola, Mau­reen def Jim, Ken, Beryl 25-16.

Ladies’ Sin­gles Fi­nal played Oc­to­ber 31: R. Zim­i­tat def C. Bold­er­son 26-24. Well done ladies. Hard game, 29 ends played.

Date to note: Sun­day, Novem­ber 23, Ladies v Men. Usual start time 1pm. This will be fol­lowed by din­ner in the evening, at which pre­sen­ta­tion of An­nual Tro­phies will take place for club Cham­pi­ons. WOODGATE RE­SULTS of games played at the Woodgate Bowls Club:

Wed­nes­day, Novem­ber 5 - Men’s So­cial: R. Hill, W. Ben­son, B. Gib­son def G. Ib­bert­son, K. Van­dorsen, I. Kirby 19 – 14; K. An­drews, C. Ens­bey, R. Bunn def T. O’Shea, A. McKenna, J. Dun­stan 19 – 18; P. Walk­ing­ton, N. Robin­son, I. Reidy def K. Sleep, A. Grif­fiths, R. Hoff­man 19 – 18; P. Mullins, J. Reeves, J. Daniels def P. Wil­liams, J. John­son, R. Win­zar 26 – 14; L. Hay­den, K. El­lis, B. Hooke def J. Lacey, E. McCaf­frey, R. Cos­grove 21 – 15; Trick, M. Van der loos, R. Royan def N. Loder, G. Bishop, M. Strano 29 – 13; T. Gre­bert, B. Re­nouf, G. Weir def R. Cauchi, N. Blair, B. McCormick 34 – 13; G. Turner, E. Soes­man, R. Byrnes def W. Cowan, D. Fer­rier, R. Weir 24 – 17; S. Boundy, R. Swan def I. Todd, G. Sum­mers 23 – 16; E. Gid­dins, G. Sil­ver­thorne def G. Loy­dell, R. Hen­der­son 20 – 14.

CRO­QUET

Isis RE­SULTS for Oc­to­ber: F. Meek v H. Parry & H. Rawl­ins 21 – 10; J. Mag­dalin­ski v T. Tod­man 26 – 16; S. Ross & T. Tod­man tie H. Parry & J. Mag­dalin­ski 7 – 7; F. Meek & H. Rawl­ins v H. Parry & J. Mag­dalin­ski 18 – 14; S. Ross v F. Meek & H. Parry 20 – 16; T. Tod­man v L. Car­lon 16 – 10; F. Meek v T. Tod­man 26 – 8; J. Par­sons v H. Parry & J. Mag­dalin­ski 14 – 13; F. Meek & J. Par­sons v H. Parry & T. Tod­man 17 – 9; J. Mag­dalin­ski v S. Ross & L. Car­lon 10 – 6; J. Par­sons v F. Meek & H. Rawl­ins 13 – 12.

Re­sults for Ric­o­chet: F. Meek & J. Mag­dalin­ski v T. Tod­man & H. Rawl­ins 22 – 10; F. Meek v B. Duff & S. God­dard 17 – 8; J. Mag­dalin­ski v S. God­dard & T. Tod­man 26 – 19; F. Meek v S. Ross & B. Duff 22 – 12; F. Meek v H. Rawl­ins & J. Mag­dalin­ski 26 – 16; F. Meek & T. Tod­man v S. Ross & L. Car­lon 15 – 11; J. Par­sons v L. Car­lon & M. Neu­mann 26 – 16; F. Meek & J. Par­sons v J. Mag­dalin­ski & T. Tod­man 26 – 13; J. Par­sons v J. Mag­dalin­ski & L. Car­lon 23 – 15; S. Ross & T. Tod­man v F. Meek 18 – 17; F. Meek v H. Rawl­ins & J. Par­sons 23 – 16; L. Car­lon & S. God­dard v J. Par­sons 18 – 16; S. Ross v J. Mag­dalin­ski & B. Duff 26 – 17; J. Par­sons v M. Neu­mann & L. Car­lon 26 –

21.

GOLF

Men

THE club-spon­sored sin­gle sta­ble­ford com­pe­ti­tion at­tracted another strong field with some ex­cel­lent scores, es­pe­cially in B Di­vi­sion.

In A Di­vi­sion, Craig Reynolds recorded 36 points to win on a count­back from Kev Sav­age run­ner-up on a count­back from Ray Walker (who scored an ea­gle as com­pen­sa­tion). Other run­downs went to Dave Robin­son and Michael Stan­ton both with 35 points.

Terry Small­man recorded an im­pres­sive 41 points in B Di­vi­sion, win­ning on a count­back from un­lucky Len Stal­lard. Next came John Hin­ton on 40 points with other run­downs to Adrian Martin on 39 and Mark McAu­lay on 36 points.

John took out the B Di­vi­sion ap­proach on 1&10 and the pin­shot on 4&13, while Mick Hickey claimed the A Di­vi­sion pin­shot on 1&10 and Neil Rieck on 4&13.

Next week is another club-spon­sored sin­gle sta­ble­ford com­pe­ti­tion as we near the end of the golf­ing year. See you there for the 12.30pm hit-off.

NOTE: As part of the na­tional Play Golf Week the club is hold­ing a Come and Try Day on Sun­day, Novem­ber 23, and invit­ing non-mem­bers to join us for a free 3-Per­son Am­brose over 12 holes hit­ting off at 12.30pm. Mem­bers are re­quested to form teams by ask­ing friends and fam­ily to com­pete with them in an en­joy­able af­ter­noon’s com­pe­ti­tion fol­lowed by a tasty after-game snack. WOMEN JOAN Wright claimed the Thurs­day Novem­ber Monthly Goblet with a nett score of 74 on a count­back from Vicki Wyeth with Rose Cochrane on 75 and Val Plath on 78 claim­ing run­downs. Joy Cart­ner won the ladies’ ap­proach, with Rose Cochrane scor­ing the least num­ber of putts on a count­back. This Thurs­day we play the much-favoured sin­gle sta­ble­ford com­pe­ti­tion.

On Satur­day Robyn Robin­son recorded 36 points to win on a count­back from Joan Kelly, with run­downs to Cyn­thia Draper and Fiona Dowling both on 34 points. He­len Ric­cia­rdi claimed the ap­proach on 4&13.

This Satur­day we again play in a club-spon­sored sin­gle sta­ble­ford com­pe­ti­tion – see you there for the 12.30pm hit-off.

On Thurs­day week, each mem­ber is re­quested to in­vite a non-mem­ber to play in a spe­cial nine-hole 3-Per­son Am­brose com­pe­ti­tion as part of the na­tional Play Golf Week. A lunch-time tasty snack is part of the free morn­ing’s play. All vis­i­tors wel­come! JU­NIORS LAST week­end was the fi­nal round of the Chip and Putt com­pe­ti­tion for the year. In the 6 hole event Cooper Re­hbein had a good win with a 73 off the stick, closely fol­lowed by Tom Blinco on 79.

The 9 hole event was a fam­ily af­fair with Amara and Cooper Burns fin­ish­ing all square on 67 each to be equal win­ners, very close be­hind was Wes­ley Hin­ton on 70. In the 13 hole event there was some ex­cit­ing golf with Christian Fredrik­sen chip­ping in from 70 me­tres out. This helped Christian win the event with a 58 from Zane Fitzger­ald on a 61.

This week­end will be a stroke round on Satur­day morn­ing with 13 hole play start­ing at 7am and all other play start­ing at 7.30am. On Sun­day morn­ing 17 of our ju­niors will travel to Her­vey Bay to contest the last round of the Wide Bay ju­nior cir­cuit. Sev­eral of our play­ers are in the run­ning for some yearly prizes. Best of luck to all ju­niors who are play­ing on the week­end. Isis vets THE stroke ver­sus par com­pe­ti­tion (sec­ond round of the Frank Cooper Cup play) sur­prised mem­bers with the high level of scores.

Phil Luck­ett led the way with plus 6 to be the over­all win­ner of the day. Kev Sav­age won the A Di­vi­sion from Col Den­nett on a count­back, with Keith Rule win­ning the best nine holes scor­ing plus 3.

In B Di­vi­sion Peter Hut­ton recorded plus 5 to win on a count­back from Adrian Martin, with Vicki McAu­lay a nine hole win­ner on plus 6!

The ap­proaches were won by Dave Robin­son for the men (in the hole) and Vicki Wyeth for the women.

Chook Run scores were among the low­est ever, with Vicki McAu­lay lead­ing the way on 27 nett, fol­lowed by Bob Werne (30), Adrian Martin, Phil Luck­ett and Peter Hut­ton (31) on spins from a group of 5.

Next week is VIP sin­gle stroke day spon­sored this month by Rock­ett Re­frig­er­a­tion and Air-con­di­tion­ing – thank you Bren­dan. Noon hit-off.

A re­minder – please ar­range a team for Sun­day, Novem­ber 23, to play in a 3-Per­son Am­brose.

In­vite a friend or fam­ily mem­ber to join us for the Come and Try Day as part of the na­tional Play Golf Week. CHILDERS SO­CIAL A BRIGHT sunny morn­ing saw 26 play­ers turn up to play this morn­ing.

The win­ner on a count­back was Peter Macau­ley on 30 and los­ing 3.0 off his hand­i­cap for his trou­bles. Wel­come to first grade Peter. Sec­ond was Leigh Hart also on 30, but due to the va­garies of the hand­i­cap­ping sys­tem he lost more of his hand­i­cap at 3.5. This was Dave Durie with 32 and los­ing 1.4.

The least putts was once again won by Col Den­nett who seems to be mak­ing a habit of this with 11 putts over the nine holes. The B Grade ap­proach on the 1st/10th was won by Ken Al­bion with Dave Durie tak­ing out the A Grade Near­est the Pin on the 1st/10th. Col Den­nett won the A Grade Long­est Drive and Peter Macau­ley the B Grade Long­est Drive, The Com­bined Near­est the Pin on the 4th/13th was won by Bill Long but Ken Al­bion still holds the Golden Cir­cle prize. Bob Fraser won the 6th Com­bined Near­est the Pin and Bill Kirch­hof the 7th/16th Ap­proach.

Next week is Cap­tain’s Day and the game will be some­what changed as you will see. It will be a Stroke and Putt over the Front Nine but not as you know it so come along and have a bit of fun with good prizes for those good enough to win a hole.

Have a great week and see you on Sun­day.

PHOTO: CON­TRIB­UTED

BREATH­ING: Isis Swimming Club mem­ber Lily Bauer grabs a breath of air while do­ing some laps.

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