Riverina Leader sport, September 12, 2017

MINE: Henwood Park's Samuel Thompson clashes with Tolland's Zach Hines during the Pascoe Cup semi-final played at Tumut at the weekend. Picture: Kieren L Tilly

MINE: Henwood Park's Samuel Thompson clashes with Tolland's Zach Hines during the Pascoe Cup semi-final played at Tumut at the weekend. Picture: Kieren L Tilly

Tennis

Roman Adamcewicz

THIS Saturday there is no tennis played in both junior competitions at the Forest Hill courts. Both junior competitions at Forest Hill will resume October 14.

The masters competition is for players wanting more serious tournament play, with proper tie-breaker sets being played. There is prizemoney for the top twenty players in the competition for all players having played five matches, as well as a best and fairest award. To take part, just turn up at the start time of 3pm until 5pm. 

Leading the masters competition is Oliver Plum on 20½ points close behind is Caden Maxwell on 15½ points then Pat Wright on 9 points with Reece Rutland on 7½ points and Robert Grantham on 6½ points make up the top five positions.

The junior tennis competition is open to all juniors wanting to play tennis in a friendly relaxed format, and is their first steps to playing competition. All players should be able to serve to take part. There will be trophies to all players having played at least five matches. As well there is a special best and fairest award presented at the end of the competition. This competition starts at 3.00pm to 5.00pm.

Leading the junior tournament are Lachlan McDonald and Zac McCarthy tied on 17 points just ahead of Tory Grantham on 14½ points with Mohamed Ghazy on 3 points then Joseph Mimi on 2½ points.

Winners of the McDonalds Sports Awards for this week were: Masters winner was Caden Maxwell. Junior Tournament winner was Zac McCarthy.

The Wednesday’s Junior Doubles Tennis Competition at the Bolton Park Tennis Complex continues today and is open to all juniors that are able to serve. To enter just turn up before the start time of 4pm finish at 6pm sharp.

Leading the competition is Caden Maxwell on 66 points with Makenna Irlam on 29½ points then Zac McCarthy on 25½ with Pat

Wright on 18 and Oliver Plum on 17 points making up the top five positions.

Winners of the McDonald’s Sports Award were Oliver Plum, Caden Maxwell and Makenna Irlam.

Enquires about the junior competitions or tennis lessons please contact Roman Adamcewicz on 6922 4963 or 0439 584 125.

Social tennis every Monday and Thursday night from 7pm for all standards at Forest Hill contact Col 0447 464 234 or Trevor 0407 513 974.

RULES WOMEN’S BOWLS

THURSDAY, September 7: Minor Consistency: G. Hull def G. Rose, H. Tyrrell def J. Howard, T. Hogan def J. Robbins.

Major Consistency: M. Henderson def G. Smith, M. McCrum def J. Chappelow.

Social Bowls: A. Bower, N. Gay & K. McMillan def T. Bagley, B. Robinson & J. Mitchell. Day Winner M. McCrum.

Ulysses

YOU would think that spring and nice weather would go hand in hand but, no, last Wednesday and six days into spring the winter weather was still with us so no ride eventuated that day.

From all reports the Jerilderie weekend was enjoyed by all who made the grade. Meet and Greet on Friday night was most enjoyable with each person supplying their own meat and our wonderful girls who specialise in the catering side of things provided the side dishes and salads etc.

On Saturday morning  some went exploring the relics and historic places of the town while one or two rode over to Deniliquin to check out a truck show there. The rest of Saturday was taken up with exploring, lunches, and cups of coffee with the day being capped by a great dinner at a The Colony Motor Inn. On Sunday everyone arose to a sumptuous breakfast of bacon and eggs followed by some hot coffee before packing up for the ride home. Another good trip away.

Up coming events are a short local ride taking in Uranquinty, the crossroads and Currawarna on September 17. On September 28 and 29 the Toy Run Committee have got the  Bunnings’  barbecue  and are looking for helpers on each day.  If you can help please give Pat a call on  0408 420 766.  

On October 1 we are having a run to Rutherglen and this may turn into an over-nighter depending on interest. 

On October 7 The 2017 Toy Run Launch will take place at Thomas Bros from 9am until 1pm.  Come and enjoy a sausage sandwich and bring you bike all shined up.  And on the 15th it will be The Pink Ribbon Ride, more later.

Just a reminder that all weekend rides leave McDonalds car park, in Edward Street, at 9am and Wednesday rides leave Billy’s Café at 9am.  Meet and Greet is conducted at Billy’s on Saturday mornings from 10am.  If you are not a member of the Ulysses Club and would like to join us on a ride, you are most welcome.

Rules Men’s Bowls

WEDNESDAY blind draw triples winners: Paul Fenwick, Jim Sloan, Bill Wilson 22 points; runners up Nathan Kemp, Mile Knezevic 20 points; 3rd place John Hetherington, Alan Jacobson, Kevin wales 19 points.

Friday nominated pairs winners: Doug Kinder, Henry Sperrin 25 points; runners up Paul Fitgerald, Bernie Benson 23 points; 3rd place John Hetherington, Rod Cramp 21 points.

Saturday blind draw winners: Bob Wright, Nathan Gardiner 20 points; runners up Keith Wellham. Norm King, Phil Howarth 18 points; 3rd place Andrew Carey, Ollie Henderson 17 points.

Sunday Mixed blind draw winners: "Tiny"  Bower, Tony Darcy 19 points; runners up Cheryl Darcy, Bob and Sharon Connor; 3rd place Owen Cotterill, Kevin Tyrrell 16 points.                                                 

Members are reminded that the Annual General Meeting of the Bowling Club will be held on Sunday, September 24 at 10am sharp; all positions are declared vacant and Nominations Sheets are on the Notice Board. 

Nomination sheet on Board  for the Settlers Group Over 50s Pairs Tournament with seven prizes totaling $1530 prizemoney on October 9 with 9am start and three games of 13 ends.

Nominations for Club Triples Championship close October 16 with first round to be played October 28.

Challenge Pairs Tournament September 16 and 17 is now filled.

Nomination sheet on board for Friday, September 26.

Fully Loaded drawn Pairs 1pm start; two games 13 ends; prizemoney $200 and barbecue.                                                                                       

Coming events

  • Wednesday blind draw Triples: Names in by noon for 1pm start       
  • Friday Nominated Pairs: Names in by noon for 1pm start           
  • Saturday Blind draw: Names in by  noon for 1pm start             
  • Sunday Mixed Blind Draw: Names in by 12.30pm for 1pm start   

Downside Clay Target Club

Monthly Shoot is September 23. Downside CTC, 11am.

Chris Mason Memorial Champion of Champions – 25T DB, 25T SB, 25T PS C’Ship, 25T HCP 1-2-3

Club Location: National Shooting Grounds, Tasman Road Wagga Wagga NSW. Practice on Friday at 4pm with Peter Whitlock, 0434 043 699.

WAGGA SSAA

IN MILITARY rifle on Sunday, as usual the 300m target spelt disaster for several normally top performers. Not so for David Wad,e and John Buik; from a possible 50 on the 300 target David shot 39 and John 33 to lift them into first and second overall. Greg Blake’s 23 was good enough to score third overall. David’s win follows on his purple patch the Sunday before when he equalled the long standing rimfire silhouette club record of twenty-seven down.

Saturday, September 16 is black powder from 1.30pm and Sunday, September 17 is centrefire 100y group from 10am.

It is time to produce the 2018 club competition program, so if you have any suggestions for change please let Don know.

For more info go to our website or contact Don on 6926 3757.

EXPLORERS RIFLE CLUB

DIFFICULT conditions again at Lockhart for our 1000 Yards Black Mountain Trophy event. 

The wind was predominantly from the left but changing in intensity and direction rapidly.

Sometimes flicking to come from the right catching the unwary if they were not careful.

John Dixon and Graham Crowe seemed to handle it the best but it was Paul Golden who shot quickly and well to win the trophy on handicap.

Next weekend will be a practice shoot.

Results from Saturday as follows: Target Rifle   Scott Brindley TRA -129.4, Dave Xuereb TRA -DNF. (Out of 150). F Class   John Dixon –FO-150.3, Graham Crowe-FS-145.3, Neville Lyons-FO-136.4, Rob Jeffery-FO-132.3, John Smoothy-FO-124.1, , Paul Golden-FS-121.1, Jason-FS-One Stage (Out of 180). Match Rifle Phil Bain–127.5.

Wagga Netball

SENIOR LEAGUE PRELIMINARY FINALS 09/09/2017

Creaghe Lisle Cup Uranquinty 55 def Turvey Park 44 A Reserve Kooringal 40 def Panthers 35 B Grade Sh. Stars Jaques and Co 46 def New Kids Angels 34 B2 Grade Pavers 34 def New Kids Eagles 26 C Grade Sh. Stars Black Diamonds 45 def New Kids Knicks 26 18 Years Junee 54 def Sh. Stars Hurricanes 21 16 Years (Div. 1) New Kids Vipers 45 def Turvey Park 22 16 Years (Div. 2) New Kids Jets 52 def Uranquinty Rubies 21 14 Years (Div. 1) Temora 46 def Sh. Stars Hotshots 39 14 Years (Div. 2) Sh. Stars Mystics 34 def New Kids Blues 33 14 Years (Div. 3) Kooringal White 28 def N. Kids Double Trouble 25.

Riverview Bridge

Tuesday: NS 1st A Quinn D May 2nd J Woods B Hornibrook 3rd P Grant R Gregory

EW 1st D Stanbridge I Britt 2nd M Moxon R Gooden 3rd M Bittar R McKinney

Thursday Individual: Equal 1st R Gooden & I Britt equal 3rd G Riordan & J Cook

Friday: NS 1st A Quinn D May 2nd V Tarry N Fitzpatrick 3rd B Slade R Gregory

EW 1st P Grant M Thomas 2nd R Tribe B Hornibrook 3rd H Treloar T Treloar

Saturday teams: 1st D May Y Curtis P Grant & M Moxon, 2nd D Alberni N Quilty H Mullins & E Moore

Restricted 1st D Stanbridge M Wilson H Treloar & T Treloar.

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