SPORT RE­SULTS

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BOWLS

ISIS

RE­SULTS of games played at the Isis Bowls Club:

Games played Tues­day, Novem­ber 18 - D. Saun­ders, K. Murphy def D. Ha­ley, G. Daw 20-15; L. Ack­royd, K. Bur­ton def M. Bold­er­son, P. Mede 19-18; R. Saun­ders, J. Short, D. Jones def B. Bakes, A. Ritchie, K. Bakes 22-19.

Thurs­day, Novem­ber 20 - Joe For­mosa, J. West, J. Short def M. Green, D. Ha­ley, C. Bold­er­son 18-15.

Sun­day, Novem­ber 23, the Ladies v Men games where played. K. Rus­sell, Cameron, Joe For­mosa, J. Car­ruthers def J. Pas­coe, D. Saun­ders, T. Wil­liamson-Gle­ich, J. Short 14-7; T. Cle­ments, D. Ha­ley, R. Cle­ments def J. For­mosa, J. New­ton, R. Zim­i­tat 14-8 and lucky win­ning rink; E. Dick­en­son, B. McKen­zie, G. Daw def N. Monkman, R. Saun­ders, C. Bold­er­son 13-10; R. Dick­en­son, P. Mete, B. Cowan def L. Grant, D. Pratt, P. Jack­son 15-8; M. Styles, M. Bold­er­son, D. Jones def P. Ash­ton, L. Ack­royd, K. Bur­ton 18-10.

Win­ners were the Men by 67 to Ladies 50.

ISIS CEN­TRAL MILL

RE­SULTS of games played at the Isis Cen­tral Mill Bowls Club:

B Grade Sin­gles: C. Win­ter def B. Wilkins 25-11.

Sun­day So­cial – B. An­der­son, P. Duffy def B. Dougall, M. Wilkins 18-17.

Tues­day night bowls. Sausage siz­zle at 5.30pm, bowls start at 6pm.

Sun­day so­cial bowls will now start at 2pm.

Com­ing events – This Satur­day Boyne-Tan­num visit. 2 games, 18 ends. Start 9.30am. Bar­be­cue, raf­fles and more. More play­ers are re­quired.

WOODGATE

RE­SULTS of games played at the Woodgate Bowls Club:

Tues­day, Novem­ber 18 - Ladies’ So­cial: B. Thomp­son, R. Bishop, P. Hansen def C. Cay­ley, Jenny, K. Hen­der­son 24 – 20; A. Sleep, E. Bell, S. Re­nouf def H. Danziger, A. Win­zar, J. Mewett 23 – 13; M. Smith, M. Ib­bert­son, Y. Turner def V. Bird, G. Lenz, Z. Wat­son 20 – 18.

Wed­nes­day, Novem­ber 19 - Men’s So­cial: T. O’Shea, J. John­son, R. Hen­der­son def L. Hay­den, E. McCaf­frey, C. Treacy 18 – 8; K. Geaney, B. Cay­ley, R. Bunn def B. Smith, I. Todd, M. Strano 15 – 11; P. Nel­son, J. Cheers, A. Essery def R. Hill, B. Re­nouf, B. Cor­nish 15 – 12; Jesse, G. Ib­bert­son, G. Sum­mers def B. Gib­son, K. El­lis, R. Byrnes 18 – 13; D. Fer­rier, G. Mewett, R. Royan def R. Cauchi, J. Bishop, J. Wal­ford 25 – 6; B. Martin, E. Gid­dins, E. Soes­man def R. Win­zar, W. Ben­son, G. Madsen 14 – 11; K. Sleep, G. Loy­dell, I. Reidy def P. Mullins, A. Ritchie, J. Rank­ine 14 – 6.

Thurs­day, Novem­ber 20 - Jack­pot Pairs: B. McPhie, J. John­son def J. Reeves, C. Rank­ine 20 – 10; C. Cay­ley, Leo Hay­den, G. Mewett def Lorna Hay­den, P. Mullins, J. Mewett 25 – 18; J. Rank­ine, E. Bell def B. Cay­ley, G. Lenz 24 – 13.

Satur­day, Novem­ber 22 - Jack­pot Pairs: G. Madsen, R. Royan def Jesse, E. McCaf­frey 26 – 8; G. Rank­ine, M. Strano def B. Smith, J. Wal­ford 21 – 12; G. Ib­bert­son, I. Reidy def A. Ritchie, G. Loy­dell 20 all on ends won; J. Mewett, G. Mewett def R. Bishop, G. Weir 35 – 11; K. Geaney, R. Byrnes def G. Bishop, R. Weir 27 – 22; S. Boundy, B. Cor­nish def B. Cay­ley, J. Rank­ine 37 – 6; R. Hill, G. Sum­mers def W. Ben­son, B. Gib­son 22 – 21.

GOLF

MEN

MEM­BERS played a sin­gle stroke comp on Satur­day af­ter­noon.

The hot weather de­terred some of the mem­bers so once again play­ers were grouped into one di­vi­sion. It was Damien Dowling’s day as he parred the course to record gross 69, nett 67. His fa­ther was run­ner-up on 70, but scored an ea­gle on num­ber 2 and earned him­self his first ea­gle’s badge.

Run­downs went to Jack Smith (71) and Craig Reynolds (73) on a count­back from Kev Sav­age. Vince Kennedy won the B Di­vi­sion ap­proach on 1&10, while Damien com­pleted his day by win­ning the A Di­vi­sion pin­shot on 4&13.

Dur­ing the week Peter Steel held on to win the sin­gles Seb’s Match Play fi­nal one up over Larry Per­shouse to re­verse the re­sult of last year.

Next Satur­day Monthly Medal win­ners play for the hon­our of be­ing the Medal of Medal­lists’ win­ner for 2014. Those vy­ing for the hon­our are: Mitchell An­der­son, Luke Mit­tel­heuser, Will Martell, Larry Per­shouse, Bill Kingston, Clin­ton Dowling, Travis Mit­tel­heuser, Phil Luck­ett, Jeff Free­man, Dave Robin­son, Gary Car­lon, Norm Plath, Ray Walker and Peter Hut­ton. They will be joined by non-win­ning mem­bers in a club-spon­sored sin­gle stroke com­pe­ti­tion.

On the Fri­day evening be­fore the play­off the club cel­e­brates Awards Night with pre­sen­ta­tions to all cham­pi­onship win­ners dur­ing the year, fol­lowed by a Cal­cutta, with auc­tion­eer­ing by the in­ven­tive Bill Trevor. The evening be­gins at 6pm with a sup­per pro­vided by mem­bers bring­ing a plate of fin­ger food, savoury or sweet.

The club held a Come and Try Day on Sun­day with in­vited non-mem­bers join­ing us for a free 3-Per­son Am­brose over 12 holes. A small but com­pet­i­tive field en­joyed the chance to play in this fun com­pe­ti­tion.

WOMEN

TWO vis­i­tors, April Ped­dell and Lisa Cooney (new mem­ber re­ally), joined in the Thurs­day com­pe­ti­tion, a 2-per­son Am­brose for Play­golf Week. Joan Wright and part­ner April scored 27¾ nett to win from Joy Cart­ner and Lisa.

This Thurs­day is the play-off for Monthly Goblet win­ners dur­ing the year.

On Satur­day Fiona Dowling con­tin­ued the Dowling fam­ily tri­umphs win­ning the stroke com­pe­ti­tion with nett 73 from Val Plath on 75. Fiona also won the ap­proach on 4&13!

The win­ners of the Satur­day Monthly Goblet dur­ing the year will contest a fi­nal for the win­ner of the year. Th­ese play­ers are: He­len Ric­cia­rdi, Sophie Martell, Fiona Dowling, Joy Cart­ner, Cyn­thia Draper and Robyn Robin­son. As with the men th­ese play­ers will be part of the Cal­cutta to be auc­tioned by Bill Trevor in his inim­itable style after the pre­sen­ta­tion of awards to all Cham­pi­onship win­ners.

We look for­ward to a large num­ber of mem­bers present at the awards night on Fri­day, to be­gin at 6pm – please bring a plate of fin­ger food, sweet or savoury.

ISIS VETS

ED CON­NELL and Terry Small­man eas­ily won the se­cret pair four ball sta­ble­ford with a com­bined score of 75 points.

Run­ners-up were Coralie Vol­gyesi and Ray Walker on 70 points on a count­back from Rose Cochrane and Garry Car­lon.

Nigel Radin won the men’s ap­proach and Joy Cart­ner the women’s.

In the Chook Run five play­ers each scored nett 33 to win them a chook.

They were: Rose Cochrane, Joy Cart­ner, Barry Steinke, Peter Hut­ton and Len Stal­lard.

Next Tues­day we play a sin­gle sta­ble­ford. Hit off at noon.

A re­minder to all golfers – a Call­away rep­re­sen­ta­tive is vis­it­ing the club on this Fri­day – if you wish to join him for a ses­sion ring Jan to­day!!

CHILDERS SO­CIAL

DUE to the fact that over 300 golf clubs around Aus­tralia were hav­ing a bring a friend along day to pro­mote the game more we also opted for the same, hence the Three Per­son Am­brose.

The win­ners to­day were Dave Durie, Aren­d­ina and Paul McCar­ragher with 29 points win­ning each a great bot­tle of wine.

Sec­ond were Rose and Bob Cochrane with Diane Row­ley as their third player with 29.75 points.

Third were Bob Fraser, Chris Fitzsimons and Bob Champ­ney with 31.

The B Grade Long­est Drive was won by Ray Bur­rows, the A Grade Long­est Drive by Bob Fraser, the B Grade Ap­proach on the 10th by Chris Fitzsimons and last but not least the Men’s ap­proach on the 15th to Bob Cochrane.

Next week we will play a sim­ple Stoke and Putt game over the front nine.

The fi­nal num­bers are in for the Christ­mas party, but a small win­dow of op­por­tu­nity still ex­ists for those who haven’t made their minds up but will close on Novem­ber 30.

If you want to come and en­joy the game and lunch please get in touch with a com­mit­tee mem­ber ASAP.

A sur­prise this week was see­ing Leigh Hart after suf­fer­ing a heart at­tack last Sun­day, although he acted as chauf­feur for Diane and didn’t lift a club in anger.

Great to see you look­ing so well and hope you get back onto the course re­ally soon.

Most mem­bers have seen the dam­age done to the course dur­ing last week’s storms and the lit­ter ly­ing around. If you have a few hours to spare and want some­thing to do then don’t hes­i­tate to come to the golf club and pick up some branches or lit­ter to get us back to look­ing great, it will be greatly ap­pre­ci­ated.

Well, have a great week and see you on Sun­day.

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