Milton Ulladulla Women
Unfortunately there was no report for week 1/7/19 to 7/7/19. Weather was not kind to us.
Tuesday 9/7/19 we were warmly welcomed by President Cheryl who wished Gerry Miller & Maureen Fletcher happy birthday. President Cheryl congratulated the ladies who entered the District Triples. Some of our teams were lucky and played the 1st round on home greens. Francis, Carol and Jane progressed to 2nd round but were beaten by Greenwell Point. Unfortunately no teams from our club were successful this year but enjoyed the experience.
The final of our Major Consistency between Kath Fraser and Toni Handley was set down for Thursday 11/7/19. This was to be a closely contested game. Rink winners were Gerry Miller, Maureen Fletcher, and Wendy Bazett with the runners up being Krishan Curran, Robyn Seib and Bev Lipensky. Raffle winners were Robyn Seib, Bev Lipensky and Margaret McDonald. Great to see you on the greens today Margaret.
Thursday 11/7/19: Bowlers were welcomed by President Cheryl. With a dismal start to the day, cold winds and overcast saw only 14 ladies turn up to bowl. Some members opted to watch the final of Major Consistency. President Cheryl welcomed Sandra back from her holiday in Vietnam. We were reminded nominations for all positions on the committee close Thursday 18/7/19. AGM is Monday 26/8/19. Lyn Rippon from match introduced the Major Consistency final game between Kath and Toni. This was a great game of skill, technique, friendship and sportsmanship. Wonderful game ladies, great to watch, Toni being the final winner. Rink winners were Toni Hanley and Cheryl Davies as marker. Runners up were Carol Monte and Eve Jones. Raffle winners were Chris Louis, Kath Fraser and Lis Wootten.
Coming Events - Next two weeks there will be no ladies bowls as the club's Winter Carnival is be held. Any lady who would like a game please contact the club and place your name on the reserve list. Trivia night Sat 20/7/19 at the club. This is a fund-raising event to assist our no 2 Pennant side to travel to Pottsville for finals in September. District Pairs - close 1/8/19, commence 26/8/19. Sheet is on the board. Fund raising luncheon 3/8/19, cost $25 per head. Book and money to Francis.
Milton Ulladulla Men
Not a lot to report this week with the Winter Carnival coming up and the club triples final being played down the track. The minor pairs entry is on the board along with the mixed pairs and the mixed fours. Don't forget with the mixed games, single entries are perfectly acceptable and it is a real good way to find out who your friends really are. This Saturday there is a trivia night at the club to raise funds to send the triumphant ladies No. 2 pennant side to the State playoffs at Pottsville, so get a team together and come along for a fun night. Results for the week:- Wed. social:- winners:- Ian Findlay/ Harvey Wootton; runners up:- Ross Kidson/ Rob Morton/ Greg Geering. Fri. social:- overall winners:- Dick McLean/ Rob Morton 2 wins +18; runners up:- Charlie Fucile/ John Stewart 2 wins +14; 1st game winners:- Bev & Kevin Thorn +9; 2nd game winners:- Ron Amos/ Brian Openshaw +12. Sat. social:- winners:- The Watts boys from south of the border; runners up:- Harvey Wootton/ Don Gibson/ John Stewart. Turkey trots:- winners:- Paul the Python/ R.A.Fuller; runners up:- Leon Venness/ John Bishenden/ Peter Sneddon; lucky door:- Bill Clarke; bog trophy:- Mick Cameron.
Only 22 Roadrunners turned out last Sunday for their social bowls. Two games of triples and two pairs games were played with the following results: Sue Dent/Dot Pannowitz, Wayne Manning and David Henry 27 accounted for Cathy Wisniewski, Gordon Lang and Peter Champion 15. Gary Wisniewski, Judy Henderson and Paul Barnes 22 were too good for Col Manning/Bob Field, Mike Lynn and Roy Booth 17. Robin Oke and David White 20 outlasted Geoff Watson and Trish Moy 19. Val Brady and Craig Lees 20 defeated Jeff Deal and Bob Brooks 14.
The $150 half jackpot failed to go off and will be contested again next month. The winning rink and the fresh chickens was shared by Sue Dent/Dot Pannowitz, Wayne Manning and David Henry while the lucky losers, getting half their game fees back were Col Manning/Bob Field, Mike Lynn and Roy Booth. Raffle winners included Bob Brooks, Geoff Watson, David White, Jeff Deal, Judy Henderson, Sue Dent and Allison Dunn. Next Sunday we will be back to normal bowls with the cards being called for an 9.00 start.
South Coast District
In the first round of the District Women's Triples at Culburra, (lead) Sandra Annetts, (Third) Gail Scott, (Skip) Nancye Carre from Culburra played and defeated Julie Cotton, Lorraine Foster and Skip Robyn Herbert from Culburra. In The 2nd round Nancy's team played Maria Middleton, Ida Ferchow and Skip Angelita Gil from Nowra. Nancy's team then played Judy Stone, Lynne Noon and Skip Heather Hart from Huskisson winning the game at St Georges Basin. In the Semi Final Nancy's team had another win against Pat Black, Suzanne Stevenson and Skip Gail Kiggins from Greenwell Point. The Final was held at Bomaderry on Wednesday with Sandra Annetts, Gail Scott and Skip Nancye Carre winning the South Coast District Triples for 2019 against Kerry Sawyer, Coral King and Skip Gail Brown from Sussex Inlet. The game was played with great competitiveness with Nancy's team winning. Match Diana Davidson turned the board for the spectators with Match Debbie Maddison being Controlling Body. After the game the ladies went into lunch with Bomaderry's President Ray Martin inviting the District President Ann Brandley, District Treasurer Lynn Yourn, District Publicity Suzanne Stevenson and Culburra President Jenny Castellan and the Sussex Inlet Runners Up with spectators for a lovely luncheon. District President Ann Brandley presented the Runners Up Kerry, Coral and Gail with their Certificates and the winners Sandra Annetts, Gail Scott and Nancye Carre with their 2019 District Triples Badges.
Halfway through winter now, lengthening days but no warmer and the gale force winds last week made bowling difficult especially for the semi-finals of the Major/Minor Pairs. The two matches saw Sid Brand & John Paul handle the westerly much better than Ron Wall & Dave Harrison to win convincingly, 23/9. Likewise Gary McQuire (S) with Darcy Nelson were outstanding, defeating Terry Hill & Andrew Jarvis 33/7. The date for the final is not known at present as the District Major Pairs is on at Mollymook this weekend (July 20/21). SOCIAL: Wednesday's bowlers welcomed back Michael Wheeler after a long absence. Playing lead wth O.T Hill (S) & Krusty, they won the lucky rink $20 vouchers with a 23/11 win over Jack (S), Robin & young Ivan. Noteworthy was that Gary Allen was promoted to second in the Wall/Crowe team enabling a strong 27/14 win over the Harro/Scoop/Bootsy team.
Friday Open Pairs: The jackpot had reached $480, an enticement for the 40 bowlers, including several welcomed from Milton-Ulladulla & L.Conjola to score well. Again unfortunately it avoided them, however John Wilton with Mark Sommerville won the $120 weekly prize with a score of 16 on the five random ends. They played against & of course shared with Ray Flinn & Dennis Jones (score: +7). Joe Lapinski & Bob Boyd won the KENO voucher whilst Marks HB SHOUT winners somehow got lost in the din.
Milton Ulladulla Bowling Club
Euchre results for Thursday 11th July. Ladies' Winner - Lorraine Burt. Men's Winner - Gordon Armour. Lucky Door Prize - John Swanson. Unluckiest Player - Elvin Forley
Milton Bridge Club
Thursday June 4th. ONE FIELD. 1st:- Rita Lizak and Jennifer Langley. 2nd:-John Hodge and Patricia Thomas.3rd:-Peggy Ayres and Doreen Maher. Tuesday June 9th. ONE FIELD.Ist:-Ken Harrison and Maureen Harrison. 2nd:- Peggy Ayres and Betty Simon. 3rd:-Iris Crooks and Ann Kinsella.
Mollymook Beachside Veterans
On Wednesday 10 th July, 45 Beachside Veteran golfers played a Single Stableford Event. Winning the day was Don Crotty with 22 points, with Graeme Wicks in second place, scoring 19 points in a count-back from third placed Patrick Coogan. Balls were given out for scores down to 15 on a count-back, with Wildcards going to Cameron Turinui and Garry King. Nearest the Pins were awarded to John Hayes on the 2nd, Chris Lamb on the 6th, Mark Hardwick on the 7th, and Michael Peacock on the 9th. Next week, 17th July will be a Two Man Ambrose, followed by our mid-year lunch. See you on the golf course.
Round 1 Pirates Defeated Kookaburras 9-2 Mat Goozeff and Mel Nye were best players for Pirates with five finishes each. Peter Wood top scored with 140 and Deb King threw the high score of 125. Ken Kelleher had three finishes for Kookaburras and Therese Bournes had two finishes and 135.Tom Donno top scored with 140. The Bangers Defeated Meerkats 8-3 Brooke Robinson was best player for The Bangers with five finishes and Larry Tibbetts had four. Peter Staker and Elissa Allard threw the high score of 125. For Meerkats, Ken O'Neill had three finishes, Rocky Leng top scored with 140 and Fran Cruickshank threw 113. Cherokees Defeated Phoenix 7-4 Gloria Liddicoat was best player for Cherokees with four finishes, one of those being a great 112 peg. Bim Stewart also had four finishes and along with Bradley Moulds threw the high score of 140. Lynda Economos threw 131. Danny Watson was best player for Phoenix with four finishes and 140. Jodie Armstrong had two finishes and Kylie Olsen threw 139. Dragons Defeated Mohawks 6-5 Best player for Dragons was Kaylene Hackett with the ultimate six finishes. John Perrin and Peter Vider threw the high score of 140 and Kerry Smith threw 101. For Mohawks, Pat Duke had five finishes and along with Darren Brudenell threw the high score of 140. Dulcie Ward threw 132. Camels Defeated Coyotes 6-5 Trevor Green played well for Camels with five finishes and Sue Kenny and Megan Stewart had three finishes each. Sue also threw the high score of 127. Peter Godfrey threw the ultimate high score of 180. Well done peter. Shane Pritchard was best player for Coyotes with three finishes and 140. Karen Flentjar and Michelle Potter had two finishes each and Berlinda Pritchard threw 112. Point score: Pirates 2-9: The Bangers 2-8: Cherokees 2-7: Camels 2-6: Dragons 2-6: Mohawks 0-5: Coyotes 0-5: Phoenix 0-4: Meerkats 0-3: Kookaburras 0-2.