Thomson and Thunes Cloete. 48 – Graham Ballantyne and Ian Ryder : Stan Ruddenklau and Paul Velenski. The incentive holes were won by -Graham Ballantyne – Rockgas No 7, Aaron Cosgrove – Roger Gilchrist Builder No 15, Bruce Kaufana – Whitestone Funeral services No 4, Jim Morris – ANZ Bank No 18, Shige Koyama – Whitestone Cheese No 13, Ray McNally – Super Liquor No 17. The jackpot hole was No 15 -won by Shige Koyama , Tony Cartwright , Doug Lowrie, Geoff McLeod, Jim Vonder and Roger Gilchrist. ‘‘Two’s’’ were scored by Dave McKenzie, Shige Koyama, Tont Cartwright, Doug Lowrie, Jim Johnston ,Geoff McLeod,Jim Vonder, Graham, Ballantyne and Roger Gilchrist. Thursday, June 4 35 midweek men played a medal round. Winners were Senior (0-16) Graham Johnson 67, Peter Bond 69, Dave McKenzie 69, Gary Creedy 70, Doug Lowrie 71, Bruce Kaufana 71. Junior (17+) Avon Caldwell 70, NeilMcKenzie 70, Brian McCone 71, Stan Ruddenklau 73, Ken Laraman 73, Colin Buchanan 73, Tim Hutchinson 73. ‘‘Two’s’’ were scored by Gary Creedy, Avon Caldwell, Ian Ryder, Doug Lowrie, Tim Hutchinson and Graham McIntyre. Nearest the pin at Creek was Riley Rooney. The birdie hole was won by Doug Lowrie and Ian Ryder. Next week the host will be Noel Tither , and the game a stableford. Saturday, June 6 A field of 50 played a medal round. Winners were Senior ( 0-12) Graham Johnson 69, Grant Gardiner 72, Kris Rush 72 (Gross 71 ), Andrew Miller 72. Intermediate ( 13-18) Rob Thomson 67, Brandon Ryder 67, NoelTither 70, Pop Elliott 73, Peter Lawson 73. Junior ( 19+) Avon Cladwell 70, Ken Beeke 72, Lewis Gillies 72, Colin Buchanan 73, Tim Hutchinson 75. ‘‘Two’s’’ were scored by Robbie Shea , George Bain , Rob Thomson , Graham Johnson (2) Avon Caldwell , Kris Rush and Stephen Waby. The jackpot hole was No 17 – won by Graham Johnson and Kris Rush. The incentive holes were won by – Graham Johnson – Whitestone Funeral Services No 4. Robbie Shea – Roger Gilchrist Builder No 15. Graham Johnson – Rockgas No 7. Graham Johnson – Super Liquor No 17. Avon CaldwellWhitestone Cheese No 13. Bob Mason – ANZ Bank No 18. Next week the game will be a stableford. 4BBB matches should be played.
Target Shooting North Otago shooting results for the week ending May 29th, 2015. Oamaru Railway: Murray Reeves,98.4; Adrianne Sherwin,98.4; Alistair Smith,97.4; Geoff Hawtin, 93.2; Pat Hammond,79.1; Josh Gordon-Glassford,94.4; Jenny Cowhan,87.2; Jason Shieffelbien,86; Blake Jamieson, 67.1. Pukeuri: Karl Valpy,100.6; Malcolm Garland,99.5; John Hamilton,99.5; Greg Plunket,91.3; Stephen Strachan,90.1; Greg McFarlane,92.2; Digger McCu;lloch,90.3; Bridget Johnston,97.4; Shane Grant,95.4; Bruce McCulloch,88.02; Jarvis Cross,91.1; Joe Adamson,88; Fin Carnell,93; Jack Cameron-Duncan,91. Enfield: Reg Partridge,91; Lindsay Smith,88; Stephen Martin,91.1; John Kane,95.2; Lisa Timpany,83; Lance Martin,91.2. Tokarahi: Stephen Bradley,88.1; Scott Johnston,90.1; Robyn Bradley, 81; Matt Miller,84; Neil Johnston,55. Waitaki Boy’s High School: Jayekib den Dulk,87.1; Arie den Dulk,66,82; Zenton Josephs,71. The Jenkin’s trophy competition points gained after round 4; Enfield 6, Pukeuri 10, Tokarahi 6, Oamaru Railway 10. Tokarahi was beaten by Enfield, 95.75 to 90.2. Pukeuri won against Oamaru Railway, 98.42 to 97.16. The North Otago Open Championships was held at Pukeuri Range with 55 entries. A good turnout with Murray Reeves winning A Grade, 297.20, John Brosnahan (Dunedin) 295.16, Adrianne Sherwin,294.18. Sam Young (Junior, Dunedin) won B Grade, 295.18, Peter Falconer, (Clinton),294.12, John Stanway,(Dunedin)292.12. Arron Chambers, (Dunedin) won C Grade with 289.12, Lanelle Millar-McArthur, (Ashburton),288.11, Christina Miller, (Geraldine),284.12. Nikki Bradley,(Dunedin) won D Grade, 283.6, Hanri De Bruin, (Dunedin), 281.6, Nic Brosnahan,(Dunedin), 280.5. Target Shooting North Otago shooting results for the week ending June 6 2015. Oamaru Railway: Murray Reeves,97.2; Geoff Hawtin, 93.3; Pat Hammond,79; Josh GordonGlassford,92.1; Jenny Cowhan,84; Jordan Bathgate,88.1; Jason Shieffelbien,62; Blake Jamieson, 54; Callum Gillespie,65; Donna Abernethy,73. Pukeuri: Karl Valpy,98.5; Malcolm Garland,98.4; John Hamilton,99.5; Greg Plunket,96.2; Stephen Strachan,97.3; Greg McFarlane,89.1; Digger McCulloch,86.2; Shane Grant,92.1; Jarvis Cross,92; Joe Adamson,89.1; Fin Carnell,93.2; Jack Cameron-Duncan,95.1; Alec Borrie,88.1. Enfield: Reg Partridge,88; Lindsay Smith,90; John Kane,96.2; Lisa Timpany,79. Tokarahi: Stephen Bradley,88.2; Scott Johnston,89; Robyn Bradley, 86.1; Matt Miller,86.1; Neil Johnston,81. Waitaki Boy’s High School: Allen Swann,86; Ryan Blair,83.1; Josh McColl,87.1; Jayekib den Dulk,90; Izaak Thompson-Holloway,87.1; Arie den Dulk,80; Robbie Kinnaird,76; Jarvis Cross;91.1; Josh Thompson-Holloway,75; Jack Sanderson,79; Zenton Josephs,68. The Jenkin’s trophy competition points gained after round 5; Enfield 7, Pukeuri 13, Tokarahi 7, Oamaru Railway 13. Tokarahi was beaten by Pukeuri, 99.42 to 96.8. Oamaru Railway won against Enfield, 96.16 to 95.5. Waitaki Recreation Centre was packed on Saturday night with target shooters competing in the annual North Otago versus East Otago match. East Otago ‘‘scooped the pool’’ in all grades, with North Otago Veterans winning their match. East Otago Juniors won their match by default. Morris Stevenson(293.15) won the top Junior and Tarnisha Harrison(Junior) won top Lady shooter(292.12). Adrianne Sherwin won the Veteran’s trophy with 290.9. Team results; East Otago Open,2914.135; North Otago Open,2861.81; East Otago B Grade,2292.70; North Otago B Grade,2252.55; East Otago C Grade,2232.69; North Otago C Grade, 2108.31; East Otago Juniors, 1447.58; North Otago Veteran’s average,286.20; East Otago Veteran’s 269.05. Otago Blue and Gold’s team competed against Waikato Thoroughbreds and Eastern Force teams, winning one match but losing against Eastern Force. With the N.D.C. competition halfway through, Otago Blue and Gold’s are in third place with 24 points having gained 12 points from this last weeks competition.
Sunday, June 7 WBHS 1st X1 7 v Temuka 0; Jonty Naylor 4, Scott Hamilton 1, Caleb Ludemann, Sam Pimm. Friday, June 5 WGHS 1st X1 4 v WBHS 2nd X1 2 Jordon Cunningham 2 Connie Searle 1 Georgia Proctor 1 Caleb Scarlet 2 Saturday, June 6 Shamrocks 4 v Pirata Black 1 Ellie-May Sandri 2 Ray Simpson 1 Mellissa Wouters 1 Aaron Rushton 1. SKC 1st X1 7 v WGHS Development Niamh Farrell 3 Rose McCarthy 2 Polly Harper 1 Gypsy Mae Harrison 1. PlaceMakers Tainui A 4 v Cambridge 2 Richard Knight 1 Nick Dalziel 1 Josh Dalziel 1 Jared Ovens 1 Thomas Nation 1 Simon Small 1. WGHS 1st X1 0 v Pirata Blue 5 Amy Corry 2 Deon Bridger 1 Keenan Bridger 1 Susan Sime 1. Sunday, June 7 PlaceMakers Tainui B 4 v TBHS 2nd X1 3 Richard Gaby 2 Sean Daly 2 James Copland 1 Ethan Tyree 2.