Port Douglas & Mossman Gazette : 2018-12-06
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SPORT 26 THURSDAY DECEMBER 6 2018 PORT DOUGLAS & MOSSMAN GAZETTE JOIN US ONLINE facebook.com/ PDMGazette HELP US SAVE WATER travels to Brisbane to compete in the Cameron Smith Junior Classic at Wantima Country Club in Brisbane this Friday and the Greg Norman Junior Masters at Palmer Colonial and Robina Golf Courses on the Gold Coast Sunday to Thursday. Good luck and play well. Happy golfing. GOLF Scoreboard GOLF: MOSSMAN Golf Club’s Tuesday Stableford event was won by Ranald Edwards with 35 points in second on c/b Peter Clark with 35 points and in third on c/b Peter Constantine with 35 points. NTP’s – Bernie Boon on 6, Peter Constantine on 8, Bernie Boon 13, Leon Baker on 17. Mossman Golf Club Wednesday 9hole competition was cancelled due to the hot conditions we have been experiencing. Thursday’s Ladies December Monthly Medal Event was won by Elizabeth Green with 74 net and in second Tricia Batkin with 77 net, in third Glenda Christensen with 78 net. NTP’s – Robyn Fleming on 6, Jenny Ewen Smith on 8. Putting Competition was won by Trish Landy. Mossman Golf Club’s Friday 9-hole competition was won by Brendan Wood with 21 points. NTP’s – Casey Dunne. Mossman Golf Club’s Saturday December Monthly Medal competition was won by Lance Davis with 67 net, in second and on c/b Justin Heron with 67 net, in third John Petherbridge with net 69. NTP’s – John Cameron on 6, Ed Sant on 8 and 10, Lance Davis on 13, Joe Wild on 17. Ladies Saturday December Monthly Medal competition was won by Tricia Batkin with 75 net, in second Trish Landy with 76 net and in third Glenda Christensen with 77 net. NTP’s – Glenda Christensen on 6,8 and 17, Jo Constantine on 10, Robyn Fleming on 13. Putting competition was won by Julie Jorgensen with 26 putts. Mossman Golf Club Sunday Medley Stableford competition was won by Couper Smith with 36 points and in second David Heron with 35 points. Good luck, to Couper Smith as he BOWLS MOSSMAN BOWLS RESULTS LEVEL 3 WATER RESTRICTIONS SATURDAY, December 1, Men’s jackpot bowls, plus Patron’s Day and presentation day, saw a good field of 36 bowlers. P Worley, Dick Pitt and S McGovern 19 d D Hoskins, R Edwards and C Maxted 16 T Pitt, Mr Beaumont and G Tyrer 20 d D Millar, M Plummer and Donny Cook 17 G Henderson, J Fleming and Dave Cooke 16 d C Tranfield, C Payne and T Holmes 12 M Radlof, B Smith and M Frese 16 d G Tresize, C Toohey and Doug Pitt 9 S Cue, L Phillips and B Hando 22 d J Anderson G Wilmot and N Tesch 10 Winners: New Bowls Nev, D White and P Busch 19 d J Girgenti, M Boundy and My Mate Dave 6. Congratulations to all the year’s winners of the club competitions and other events, and well done to all the guys and girls who travelled all over the country representing Mossman Bowls Club. A big thanks to our patron Nev Tesch for Saturday and the great feed of prawns that went with it, Nev’s not only a really good bloke, but still a pretty handy bowler and was causing much grief to an opposition lady up the hill in a competition she had cause to call him a carrot, and to show he is a good bloke he laid down on Saturday so Mr Hando could finally win a game. It was also good to have Bernie and Eric there to organise things on Saturday, but now we are all a little scared because if Eric’s bowls improve as much as Marshy’s did with a new knee he will be unbeatable. CRICKET T20 CRICKET: THE final round of the Marano’s T20 comp was played on Friday night at the Mudpit. The first game was played between Camos and NFP’s, with the winner heading to the grand final to play the Crocs. NFP’s batted first and made a total of 183 thanks to Pete with 33 retired and Adam 37. Jim made 9 off 30 balls which earnt him the new nickname ‘Dotball Dormer’. Camos bowlers Wade made 2 for 17 off 2 and Dave with 2 for 13 off 2 and they did their best to keep the total down. Wade 29, Dave c 29, and David 33 helped the Camos get over line with 1 over to spare and head to the grand final. The pick of the bowlers for NFP’s were Pete 1 for 15 off 2 and John 1 for 20 off 2. The Marano’s Fuel T20 comp grand final had the Camos and the Crocs in the final showdown. The match seemed to be over very quickly. The Camos couldn’t quite match what they did early on in the semis and only made 77 all out. Rob was the only player to make double figures, 16. Crocs bowlers Ethan 2 for 4 and Max 2 for 3 off 1 over each contained the Camos batters. The Crocs were 4 down in the 11th over when the winning runs were hit. Tommy was the highest run scorer for the Crocs with 20 and Pete 2 for 1 the pick of Camos bowlers. The Muddies would like to thank Marano’s Fuel for their sponsorship again for the year and for the fuel vouchers that were raffled off. • NO sprinklers or irrigation systems • Only use hand held trigger hose or bucket • Watering only allowed from 6am to 7am and
6pm to 7pm on alternate days • Existing exemptions are now invalid • See Council's website for full details. *PLEASE NOTE: A $391 fine for Residential Customers and $1958 for Non-Residential Customers apply for non-compliance of restrictions. Thank you for being 'Water Wise' CRGE01Z01MA - V1
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