Milton Ulladulla Women
Tuesday October 30 Vice-President Robyn Taylor welcomed the ladies for yet another lovely day on the green. Before we made our way out after a Morning coffee she reminded us of some upcoming events. 1/4 Meeting and Foundation/Patron’s Day is on Thursday Nov 15, please sign in to the meeting before 9am in the upstairs room. Bowls and Foundation and Patrons Day activities will follow the meeting , please wear Club Uniform . For all members who have clocked up 10 years , 20 years ,30 years ,40 years this year please notify Sandra so you all can receive your Service Badges . Our Presentation Night will be held on Saturday 26 Nov ,more details to follow next week ,just keep the date in mind ,it’s always a good night with dinner and dancing . Minor Consistency Final will be played on Tuesday November 13 as Tuesday 6 November is Melbourne Cup Day .
Selection then called the cards, thank you Jane Hawkins for playing swinger . We enjoyed games of pairs and triples . Rink winners were Robyn Taylor and Lyn Rippon, runners up were Bev Lapinski, Bonnie Roberts and Elwyn Clark.
Thursday November 1, President Cheryl Davies, back from a short break opened the day and introduced the Minor Consistency. Match read the Conditions of play .Thank you Toni Hanley for umpiring and Kay Hodge for controlling body . The ladies played some wonderful singles bowls results : Jane Hawkins def Jasma Stallion , Lyn Rippon def Krishna Curran, Liz Wootton def Eve Jones and the marathon game Di Rupp def Bonnie Roberts. Also thanks goes to the game markers , Jeanie Thompson, Jo Cattley, Carmen Colusso and Kath Fraser . The Semi final will be played on Thursday Nov 8.
CHAMPIONSHIPS: The final of the handicapped Fours saw the team of skip Kerry Jones with Terry Hill, Lee Dent sub for Mike Dundas & Crusty Watson get away to a good start over Alan Wynter with Darcy Nelson, Dave Clark & Dave Henry; they led by 13/7 after 10 ends. However after the 14th it was 14 all but a five on the 17th to the Jones team gave it a 21/14 lead & we could hear the diva warming her vocal cords. The Wynter team never gave up but were 21/18 down at the start of the 21st end. Again they maybe had a chance, holding maybe 3 shots after the skips had finished. The measurements took a while, but no amount of "tape stretching" could get the 3 shots required for a draw & another end for the Wynter team. Well done both teams, final score 21/20.
The quarter final of the Veterans Pairs was played Tuesday 30th. Alan Wynter & Darcy Nelson got a fright from Roy Booth & your scribe who held them on 6 for eight ends earl & were leading 20/14 with three ends to play. Al & Darc continued on to win 21/20, sob! Another close game was that between Gary McGuire/ Kerry Jones versus John Wilton/ John Paul. Gary & Kerry led for the entire game & just prevailed over the fast finishing Johns combo who kept them on 20 for five ends. Final score 21/20. Col Milligan & Ted Fraser had a 19/13 win against youngsters Gordon Wood & Ivan Traves & lastly Roy Sinclair & Dave Beavis are proving to be a "pair to watch" with a 20/16 win over Terry Hill & Tony Hutchins.
SOCIAL: The Wednesday Triples lucky rink money was for an expensive fours team: Dave Adamson (now an O.B.E), Hardy Hansen, Harry Williams & Garry Allen. Friday Open Pairs $120 prize went to Tony Hutchins & Ron Wynter. The jackpot was $880 & had Markus & Croc in contention, but alas. The Keno voucher went to Ray Flinn & Dave Clark.
Thirty bowlers braved the heat last Sunday. Four games of triples and one pairs game were played with the following results: Graham Corby, Mike Lynn David Henry 26 defeated Harry Williams, Jeff Deal and Peter Champion18. Alan Hayman, John Paul and Tony Hutchins 31 outplayed Brian Lambert, Peter Crowe and Bob Brooks 8. Doug Broad, Geoff Watson and Paul Barnes 26 were too good for Elaine/Leon Lill, Geoff Travis and Craig Lees 13. Robin Oke, Gordon Lang and David White 30 odd outclassed Dan Lang, Bill Munro and Lee Dent 20 odd. Wendy Lynn and Dennis Jones 24 overcame Marilyn Crestani/Sue Dent 14.
The team of Graham Corby, Mike Lynn David Henry won the fresh chickens as the winning rink while the team of Harry Williams, Jeff Deal and Peter Champion got half their green fees back as the lucky losers.
Next Sunday we will be contesting our $150 half jackpot with lunch to follow. The cards will be called for an 9,00 start.
Lake Conjola Women
The final of the minor pairs were played on Thursday 1/11 Carole & Kathy 21 defeated Stephanie & Jeanette 17 congratulations girls. (Kathy & Stephanie are new players so they did very well). Kay, Donna and Stephanie did the markers/measures course and all passed with flying colours, well done. Consistency singles was won by Carole 150 Bev 149, what a nail biting game.
Charity day/Community day was a great day, everyone enjoyed it, thank you to all who made it such a success. Presentation/Christmas Lunch will be on 13/12/2018. We gave Scottie Mathieson a farewell morning tea which he was very much appreciative. Get well wishes to June and Marlaine.
Looking back at another week of golf at Mollymook Hilltop Golf Club, the course conditions are excellent as the temperature begins to rise. Sunday 28th kicked off a week of consistent golf which saw visitor Timothy Hardwick – 38 pts take out A - Grade and local member Victor Bayliss shoot the high score for the day of 41 pts and take out B – Grade. Kris Harrod shot an impressive 35 and Janice Henney came in with 34 to respectfully win her grade on a countback.
Tuesday saw our lady golfers battle it out in an individual Stableford event in which Maree Norman won Division 1 with an outstanding 39 points. Maureen Derham and Elita Parszuto won Divisions 2 and 3 with impressive 37 points.
Our young at Heart Wednesday Veterans showed off some rather impressive golf this week in a Par event. A-Grade winner Terry Leatham, for a second week in a row took out A – Grade with +3 and B-Grade winner Lee Kennedy shot +5 to respectfully take out his division on a countback. C-Grade winner Robert Haigh shot +4, and D-Grade Winner William Needham +3 managed to leap to the front in their divisions also.
David Laidlaw walked away the winner on Thursday with a solid 40 points in A Grade with Richard Dent scoring 38 in B Grade. Mike Pike won C grade with a whopping 41 points. Joan McMullen took out the Ladies Division 1 with a very impressive 40 points and Marie Wakely scored 34 to win Division 2 in a countback.
Saturday played host to the second round of our 4BBB vs Par Championship. The winners could only be decided by a countback with Tony Walker (Blue) and Aaron (bud) Sharp being victorious over Mark Williams and Shane Brook both on a two round total of +1. Geoff Smith and Mike Darcy won the Nett section with a +12 total across the two rounds. Congratulations Gentlemen on the terrific results.
Mollymook Beachside Veterans
On Wednesday 31st October, forty-three Beachside Veteran golfers played a nine-hole Stableford Event. Winning the day was Rhett Senior with a score of 24 points, while second place went to Ken Whitney scoring 23 points, with third place going to Bill Brown on a count back from Dave Allaway, Bob Tripp and Jim Willis who all scored 22 points.
Balls were given out for scores down to 18 points on a count back, with Wildcards going to Chris Lamb and Bill Clinghan. Nearest the Pins were awarded to Jim Willis on the 2nd Tanzi Lea on the 6th, and Gary Logan on the 7th. Next Wednesday 7th November will be a Nine Hole Single Stableford for the 2018 Medal of Medals play off.
Volunteer patrols for this weekend at South Mollymook. South Mollymook will be patrolled from 9am to 4pm on both Saturday and Sunday. More volunteers are needed to make up the numbers for the weekend patrols. Club Captain Adam Woodward calls on all bronze life savers needing to make up time or competitors need more hours and roving members to help out this weekend. Advise Adam on 0419 405 129 or Annette Chapman on 0477 004 194 or just turn up on the day.
Mollymook Bridge Club
Club results: For full results & hand records see the club website www.mollymook.bridge-club.org.
Monday Oct 29th. Spring Pairs, Round 1 1st Graham Evans & Kevin Tant, 2nd Jim Thomas & Ross Milbourne, 3rd Margaret Hendricks & Pam Date
Monday evening Oct 29th. 1st Ary Van Der Lely & Peter Culham, 2nd Narelle Griffin & Ann Kinsella, 3rd Rae Duffy & Jennifer Langley
Wednesday 31st 1st Ross Milbourne & Nance Tierney, 2nd Graham Yule & Faye Thomson, 3rd Lauri Perino & Kevin Tant
Thursday Nov 1st 1st Helene Downs & Kevin Tant, 2nd Louise Brassil & Michael Brassil, 3rd Ross Milbourne & Jacky Dobson
Friday 2nd Samuel Shield Round 1 1st May Powell & Margaret Hendriks, 2nd Robyn & David Lardner, 3rd Elainne Haley & Tony Rolfe
Saturday 3rd. 1st Ross Milbourne & Nance Tierney, 2nd Ron Irons & Lyn Gribble, 3rd Katie Emms & Ray Parris
The Ruth Lumbers Shield between Batemans Bay, Moruya and Mollymook was held at the Batemans Bay Clubhouse last Sunday. The overall winners were the Mollymook Club with Vivien & John Hodge claiming first place, Kevin Douglas & Graham Evans being runners up while Lucy Robinson & Tony Rolfe were the third place getters.
Afternoon session times are 1.15 for a 1.30pm start on Monday, Wednesday, Friday & Saturday, evening sessions times are 6.45pm for a 7pm start on Monday and Thursday nights. If you need a partner for daytime sessions contact Donna Molloy on 4455 7945 or Alan Foreman on 4455 2125 for evening sessions. If you need information regarding lessons, contact Kevin Tant on 4455 6331.
Milton Ulladulla Bowling Club
November 1st 2018. Ladies Winner: Lorraine Burt. Mens Winner: Wally Wroblewski. Lucky Door Prize: John Moore. Unluckiest Player: Pauline Oakes