Narromine sport results – July 19

BOWLS

NARROMINE BOWLING CLUB

Last Saturday the Club hosted a very successful day on the green for “Harry”, with some 36 adults and about half a dozen juniors taking to the green. The day was promoted as a fun day and that’s what we had, with players & teams drawn out of the “Hat” and opponents likewise. Needless to say with a format like that there were some surprising results, although “US” good judges weren’t that surprised with a couple of the results. Anyhow for the record the Day’s best performed skip went to James (Don’t put me skip) Coen, whilst “Notgoodenough” Clifton Harris got the NOD for the Day’s best performed second. Mark Smith Rounded out the Major winners list when he was awarded the Day’s best Performed Lead. Other winners on the day were Don Sullivan, Bill West & Jimmy Daley.

Special mention & thanks to those people who came along and donated to the cause especially the “GUB” Thorne Day organisers whose generosity was certainly appreciated. Also to Mr Ron Cape whose Luncheon was well received by all, and to that great supervisor Aaron Hutchison, who did exactly that and nothing else.

We managed to sneak in a couple of Social Bowls days this week, although the field on Sunday morning wasn’t all that flash, owing to “Harry’s” Day on Saturday making a few of the regulars a little dusty Sunday morning. Anyhow Thursday was another story as some 14 keen soldiers took to the green and a full wrap of the days play went something like this. On rink 01 Noel Delboux, Bob Ashdown & James Daley enjoyed a surprisingly comfortable win over Peter Kelly, John Heterick & Arnold Gillespie. On rink 02 it was Sam Crook & Peter Cross who prevailed by a few shots over Danny Carnevale & Aaron Clark, whilst in the 2nd of our pairs fixtures out on rink 03, Clifton Harris & Don Sullivan also “eeked” out a wind by a few shots over Des Lincoln & Terry McDonald. The old bingo machine proved very co-operative and in doing so gave Noel, Bob & James a nice little bonus each, to go with the Meat tray for the day’s best performed   team.

With just six players lining up Sunday morning there were no prizes on offer, but that didn’t stop the boys enjoying a hit out in the sunny conditions. Again for the record Peter Kelly, Clifton Harris & Legs Hartas just nudged out Robert Bateman, Kevin Short & Bill Wilkie.

Just a reminder that the nominations for the “B” Grade singles championships close this Saturday and that round 01 and or round 2 of this event will be played where possible on the 29th July.

This coming Saturday the much anticipated final of our Club “A” Grade Singles will take place, with defending Champion Robbie Stanford to play Robert French. With Club President Kevin Rider, unavailable to Mark this match due to another engagement, Senior Vice President John Edwards will be doing the honours. The match is scheduled to commence at 1.30pm Saturday afternoon.

Also this coming Saturday the Club will be providing Live music for members and guests with Maurice & his karaoke in full swing from 7.30pm till late.

GUB Thorne day is only a month away and already the nom sheet is filling up fast, so if you’re a mind to have a run in this event, get your team of triples organised and plonk it down sooner rather than later.

Well that’s it for another week, hope to catch up with you up at the bowly.

BRIDGE

Narromine Trangie Bridge Results

   Narromine 17/7/17 Master Points / Green

1st Peter Tarlington / Sanjay Sinha

2nd Judy Knight /Peter Perry

3rd Natalie Burke /Bettyanne McFarland

Wayne Turner / Elaine Turner

Handicap Winners

Natalie Burke / Bettyanne McFarland

Wayne Turner / Elaine Turner

LADIES GOLF

Lady Members Golf Notes 19th July 2017

Wednesday 12th July a sunny morning with a cold breeze blowing from the south saw 16 players attend the 2nd and final round of Bootle-Browning 4BBB plus 2 extra and 2 nine hole players thus making 20 players.

Bootle-Browning winners were Tracy McIntyre and Marj Kelly 86 points 10 strokes better than last week with 48 points their final round.

Runner Up team Bootle-Browning were Carol Paddison & Carole King 83 points.

Optional Ball winners 1st Bev Woods & Gail White 42 pts, 2nd on a count back Carol Paddison & Carole King 42 pts, 3rd also on a count back Dale Harding 42 pts.

Nearest Pin on both 9th & 17th Tracy McIntyre. Drawn Card won by Betty Green & Robyn Jones. Raffle kindly donated by Heather Bootle won by Loyalty Roberts.

Saturday 15th July a perfect sunny winter afternoon saw 13 players attend a Stableford event with Marie Houghton kindly donated trophy.

Trophy winner and A/B grade Kerri Richardson with 39 points winning on a count back from Betty Green 39 pts (Betty won A grade Ball) and Wendy Jeffery 39 pts also winning 1st Opp ball, 2nd Opp ball went to Michelle Ashdown 35 pts.

Nearest Pin 9th Joy Whiteman, 17th Vicki Gainsford. The drawn card went to Marj Kelly

Raffle kindly donated by Leonie Crawford and won by Kerri Richardson who had a very good day!

Three players traveled to Nyngan Sunday 16th July for Rose Bowl and tournament.

Today 19th July will see a Par event with mixed draw plus Narromine Butchery’s kindly donated trophy. A committee meeting will follow presentation.

Tomorrow 20th July Trangie will hold their Vets Day (Men & Women).

Saturday 22nd July (change to program) Geriatrics’ Day 4BBB teams of, Ladies, Men and Mixed not necessary to find a partner. Ladies are asked to bring a plate of sandwiches for afternoon tea. Wednesday 26th July will see 4th Round Monthly Medal.

Weekly Ponder; The world is changed by your example not your opinion! Granny Golfing Guru

GERRIES GOLF

CLOSE BATTLE FOR TOP HONOURS

Last Wednesday, 14 players turned up for the weekly Gerries golf competition played on the front nine at Narromine golf course. Competition was very keen and the scores were top class. Winner on the day was Ron Green with 25 points.Ron is playing consistently well of late and deserved victory. Runner up was John Butcher on 24 points on a count back from Vince Ferrari also on 24 points. The NTP for the day was not won and now jackpots  to next week. The NAGA prize for the day went to Bob Fletcher on 14 points-well done Bob. There was a visitor in the field this week, Brett Ferrari and we all hope you had an enjoyable afternoon.

After the presentation of golf prizes, attention turned to the Pool Table where the opening match was between Gus Smith and Bob Fletcher against Mal McIntyre and Terry Willis. McIntyre and Willis were well behind until Fletch fouled when trying for the black. Unfortunately it was not Fletch's day bad luck Bob. Willis and McIntyre then advanced ti the final against Norm Lewis and Chris Harding. This was a very close battle which resulted in a win for Willis and McIntyre who became the champions for the week.

This afternoon the Gerries will play a 4BBB on the back nine with the hit off at the usual time of 2.30.On Thursday 20th, a team of Veteran Golfers will travel to Trangie for their Annual Open Tournament with a hit off at 9.00 am.

Saturday 22nd July is the annual Golf Day sponsored by the Geriatric Club. This event is a 4 BBB Medley stableford with very attractive prizes for the men, women and mixed combinations. Hit off for this event is from 12 noon.

A pretty busy time for all the gerries who hope there will be support for their trophy day on Saturday. See you on the tee.

TAKING IT FORWARD: Tunui Marangi battles the Narromine Jets defence in Sunday's win at Larkin Oval. Photo: STACEY WRIGHT

TAKING IT FORWARD: Tunui Marangi battles the Narromine Jets defence in Sunday's win at Larkin Oval. Photo: STACEY WRIGHT

RUGBY LEAGUE

GROUP 11

ROUND 10

FIRST GRADE

FORBES MAGPIES 24 defeated MACQUARIE RAIDERS 10 WELLINGTON COWBOYS 50 defeated DUBBO WESTSIDE 36 NYNGAN TIGERS 26 defeated NARROMINE JETS 16 DUBBO CYMS 42 defeated PARKES SPACEMEN 22.

RESERVE GRADE

MACQUARIE RAIDERS 64 defeated FORBES MAGPIES 6 WELLINGTON COWBOYS 24 drew with DUBBO WESTSIDE 24 NYNGAN TIGERS 18 defeated NARROMINE JETS 12 PARKES SPACEMEN 20 defeated DUBBO CYMS 4.

UNDER-18s

MACQUARIE RAIDERS 22 defeated FORBES MAGPIES 18 WELLINGTON COWBOYS 28 defeated DUBBO WESTSIDE 16 NYNGAN TIGERS 80 defeated NARROMINE JETS 6 DUBBO CYMS 30 defeated PARKES SPACEMEN 6.

LEAGUE TAG

MACQUARIE RAIDETTES 20 defeated FORBES MAGPIES 18 DUBBO WESTSIDE 54 defeated WELLINGTON COWGIRLS 4 NARROMINE JETS 22 defeated NYNGAN TIGRESSES DUBBO CYMS 22 defeated PARKES SPACECATS 16.

CASTLEREAGH LEAGUE

ROUND 14

Gilgandra 50 (Josh Nixon 2, Curtis Carr, Evan Ryan, George Alchin, Luke Ritchie, Jarrah McReaddie, James Dougan, Ray Buchanan tries, Brandon Hammond 7 goals) defeated Dunedoo 6 (Blake Taufa try, Dan Lane goal)

Baradine 40 (Travis Houghton 2, Jake Collison 2, Adam Bell, Lyall Houghton, Dylan Brand tries Travis Houghton 4, Neville Nixon 2 goals) defeated Trangie 30 (Braden Carney 4, Kurt Terry tries, Jack Powell 5 goals)

Coonabarabran 38 (Shannon Doole 2, Dean Lewin, Sebastian Backhouse, Luke Stanton, PJ Stanton, Blake Collins tries Backhouse 5 goals) defeated Coolah 28 (Austin Burgess, Liam Floyd, Brayden Burgess, Andrew Rumble, Brenno Packham tries, Tim Trainor 4 goals)

League tag

Gilgandra 22 (Shian Chatfield 2, Talitha Chatfield, Shayana Naden tries, Shian Chatfield 3 goals) defeated Dunedoo 18 (Jami Roberts, Lauren Sullivan, Emma Gallagher tries Kerrie Ward 2, Gallagher goals)

Baradine 42 (Stephanie Bowling 5, Haylee Dunn, Shanae Dunn, Teagan Cain, Caroline Purdy tries Lauren Green 3, Purdy goals) defeated Trangie 10 (Sam Hamilton 2 tries Luwana Lynch goal)

Warren 54 (Christie Chapman 2, Nikki Fuller 2, Sophie Kentwell, Reighan Peckham, Meegan Seymour, Katina Darcy-Hutchison, Sonya McMaster tries Peckham 4 Karen Harris 2, Chapman goals) defeated Gulgong 0