Welcome to pennant season, and already a few heads have been replaced by Pumpkins. This week sees a Double Header for the Boys in the Red Trousers, and after an excellient hit out last Sunday morning the selectors have come up with the following squads for this weekend: The Grade 4 Squad to Play West Dubbo at Home on Saturday & Dubbo Macquarie on Sunday is as follows:
Team 1: Budd Cape, Ben Clark, Eddie McPhee & Robert French.
Team 2: Jimmy Daley, Adam Jermyn, Terry McDonald & Robbie Stanford.
Team 3: Kevin Rider, Mark Hilder, John Edwards & Aaron Hutchison.
Both Games commence at 1.00pm Boys, so don't be late, Side manager Aaron Hutchison won't be a happy camper if he has to go looking for you.
The Grade 5 Squad will have Daniel Carnevale as the Side Manager & he would like to see all players assemble before 12.00noon in our Carpark for a quick getaway so we can be on time to play Dubbo City in Dubbo on Saturday at 1.00pm: The Squad for Saturday is as follows:
Team 1: Arnold Gillespie, Geoff Cape, Garry Raines, Don Sullivan.
Team 2: Racardo Stanford, Steve Riley, David McNair, James Daley.
Team 3: Ross Edden, Daniel Carnevale, Steve Buttsworth, Peter Payne.
This squad has one change for the Sunday morning match against Parkes Railway at home, which will commence at 10am sharp. Phil Harding will come into to the squad to replace Geoffrey Cape, who is unavailable due to work commitments.
Nominations for the A-grade singles close this Saturday night, with the draw to be conducted Sunday morning.
Tuesday, February 19, the Narromine Bowling Club Conducted its 1st Trivia Night for 2020, with the Narromine 25 Club the designated worthy cause we were playing for. My thanks to the organisers, in particular Angela Hilder for running the night as the regular compere AKA yours truly was laid up in hosptal.
In first place were the Cats & Dogs, Bre-Tag ran second, with Something Simple in Third Spot. In a bit of poetic justice hard-working Angela Hilder cleaned them up in the 100 Club, while Mei from the restaurant won the raffle. $649.00 was raised on the night and hopefully next month I will be back to assist the troops for the Narromine Hospital Ladies Auxiliary, who are our nominated charity for Tuesday March 17.
Last Saturday there was a field of 18 players. A great deal of work had been carried out on the course so thanks to the volunteers who helped out during the past month.
Winners on Saturday: Ladies Comp 7 players Winner Vicky Gainsford with 22 points Runner up Peta Ferrari also on 22. NTP Vicky Gainsford (3 Srixon golf balls).
Men's competition-11 players: Winner Ron Green on 25 points. Runner-up Mal Fraser 22 points. NTP John Butcher only one golf ball this week. NAGA prize overall to Chris Harding
Pool champs for the week was Terry Willis and Mal Richardson. Lucky number winner Ron Green. This Saturday Ladies on the front nine and men on the back with the hit off at 9.00 am. Look forward to seeing you all at the 19th.
Last Saturday we had 14 starters in an Irish Stableford sponsored by the Club. Chris Harding & Rob Williams combined with 66 points to win from Bruce Mitchell & Rob Gainsford 62 points. NTPs 9th Rob Williams & 10th Tony Mann.
On Sunday we also had 14 starters in a 4 Ball Aggregate & Multiplier which was won by Col Shepherdson & Dudley Alcorn with 61 points from Tony & Duane Mann on 55 points. Third were Greg Barling & Vicki Gainsford on 51 points. NTPs 9th Vicki Gainsford & 10th Duane Mann.
Last Tuesday in the Night Comp we had 71 starters when Epiroc had the best team score of 80 points. Best individual scorers were Scott White 24, John Sevil 22, Michael Treseder 21, Archie Harding 21, Bruce Mitchell 20, Mal Fraser 20, Dudley Alcorn 19 & Matt Cook 19. NTPs 3rd Scott White, 9th Greg Kearines, 10th Glen Smyth & 17th Tony Harding
It's one of the most popular events on the regional sporting calendar, the Warren Triathlon, and it's back on again next month. It's an event for the whole community, with a category for everyone.
Whether an adult or child, a true fitness fanatic or occasional athlete there's something for everyone.
The event is expected to draw 100 competitors from around the region, with people from surrounding towns such as Nyngan and Narromine encouraged to participate.
People should claim the date in their diary for Sunday, March 29 at the Warren Swimming Pool.
Decide if you want to compete individually or in a team. There's plenty of time to prepare and families are especially welcome.
Categories will include:
- Mini -100 metre swim, 2 kilometre cycle, 900 metre run (individual event)
- Short Course - 200 metre swim, 14 kilometre cycle, 1.8 kilometre run (individual and teams event)
- Long Course - 400 metre swim, 21 kilometre cycle, 4.5 kilometre run (individual and teams event)