Great matches in Ac­ti­vate

Seymour Telegraph - - SPORT -

Round four of Ac­ti­vate Nagam­bie’s Wed­nes­day night com­pe­ti­tion saw six­teen ea­ger play­ers flock to the Me­chan­ics Hall.

As usual the night in­volved some great matches, all played in good spir­its. Much fun was had by all. Your loyal news­pa­per reporter claimed the hon­ours in group one but was well chal­lenged by the pen­hold style of Ian Clinch and Chris­tine Schindler.

Tatura’s Hank Doller held firm against the two chal­lengers with his renowned serve, swerve and trade­mark back­hand smashes to fin­ish sec­ond.

In group two, Chris Nanere stood tall to dom­i­nate all play­ers with his ver­sa­tile re­triev­ing style.

Dy­namic Dave Cot­ter­ill fin­ished best of the rest, just ahead of the left-handed top­spin game of Kil­more’s James God­kin.

Group three was a close af­fair with three of the four play­ers tied on two wins each.

Mike Thomas, wield­ing his newly pur­chased bat, just man­aged to edge out Sey­mour’s Alby Evans by the barest of mar­gins.

Third place was filled by lo­cal warrior, John Bond.

With Wed­nes­day night num­bers on the rise a fourth group was played where Reg Dickinson flexed his ta­ble ten­nis mus­cles to take the top podium spot.

Sec­ond place went to Wally Grin­pukel af­ter a tight 14-12 de­cid­ing game against Von­nie Deer­ing.

Don’t for­get we don’t only of­fer com­pet­i­tive ta­ble ten­nis.


A fi­nal re­minder that the club’s an­nual gen­eral meet­ing is be­ing held on Sun­day, May 21.

There will be lunch at 12.30 pm with the meet­ing fol­low­ing at 1.30 pm.

It’s im­por­tant that as many mem­bers as pos­si­ble at­tend.

At least 20 mem­bers are needed for the meet­ing to goa­head or else it will have to be re-sched­uled.

There are sev­eral no­tices on which the mem­bers present will be asked to vote.

These are on dis­play on the club no­tice board so please take the time to read them be­fore the meet­ing.

We look for­ward to see­ing ev­ery­one there.

Happy hour con­tin­ues ev­ery Thurs­day from 5 pm.

It’s a great op­por­tu­nity to catch up with fel­low club mem­bers dur­ing the off sea­son.

Well wishes to Mary B and any other mem­ber not feel­ing the best.

Sey­mour Bowl­ing Club is hold­ing a Cuppa for Can­cer event on Thurs­day, May 25.


On Thurs­days we run so­cial matches for over 50s from 10 am till noon.

We also run an­other flex­i­ble for­mat game each Thurs­day night from 7 pm (lately this has been used as a coach­ing night).

Our Thurs­day af­ter­school coach­ing pro­gram is build­ing nicely with ses­sions from 3.45 pm and 4.45 pm for ages eight to 17.

Ac­ti­vate Nagam­bie also runs Rock ’n’ roll dance lessons each Fri­day night from 7 pm at the Nagam­bie Se­nior Cit­i­zens Hall.

For more in­for­ma­tion phone Chris on 0428 398 026 or Chris­tine on 0499 995 380.

You could also email ac­ti­vate­nagam­ or search face­book for Ac­ti­vate Nagam­bie.

A light lunch will be avail­able at the bowl­ing club be­tween 11.30 am and 2 pm for a do­na­tion to the Can­cer Coun­cil.

This year marks the 24th an­nual Big­gest Morn­ing Tea for the Can­cer Coun­cil Vic­to­ria.

The funds raised are used for can­cer re­search, pre­ven­tion and sup­port.

Any­one in­ter­ested in at­tend­ing the event can phone Denise Hogan on 0401 788 700 to as­sist with the ca­ter­ing.

Club pres­i­dent An­drew Payne has been col­lect­ing fines from the bowlers this sea­son and has al­ready col­lected $165 for the Sey­mour vol­un­teer group to start fundrais­ing.

The pub­lic is wel­come to come along on May 25 to sup­port their Cuppa for Can­cer lunch.

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