A fairly quiet week, some bowlers maybe were resting a little prior to the North versus South battle this Saturday morning (7th) followed by the presentation luncheon. Wednesdays two bowl triples had 36 1/2 bowlers somehow organised to give the duty officer a roll-up, thanks Ted! John Wilton , Lindsay Hawken & Bionic Bob Field cleaned up Babblin', Scoop & Ron Wynter 27/16 to win the $60 lucky rink vouchers. (We were resting!). Lucky losers were Chris Machon, Bird Man Bob & Ted. with a 29/16 loss to Terry Hill's crew. Thirty two contested the Friday Open Pairs with the jackpot standing at $400. It was not won. However the $120 prize for the five random ends went to Barnsy & Krusty. They scored 10 points within their 33/9 win over Dave & Dennis. Marks birthday HB SHOUT went to Eric Woodburn & Dave Henry, an unlikely pairing as they will be the opposing captains & therefore enemies for the Norths vs South bash. Clarkie & Flinny invested the $15 KENO voucher
Good news: Al Wynter has been released from hospital and is with family 'till Christmas. The Sheet is on the board for the Tony Field memorial game between Lake Conjola to be played this year at Mollymook, Friday 13th evening.
Mollymook Beach Women
Our annual Odds and Evens day was held last week, with bowlers arriving in colourful attire-blue or green if your bowls number is odd and pink or purple if your bowls number is even. It was a fun day, where the scores were close on many rinks. However at the end of the day, Captain of the Odds team, Kerry Machon, accepted the winners trophy for the year. Well done all and thanks for your contributions in making this an enjoyable and successful day.
Upcoming events: All members are welcome to our Christmas party which will be held on Tuesday 10th December after Bowls. This will be our last day of bowls for the year. Lunch will be served at 12.30pm. We look forward to the entertainment, provided by members!
Thank you to our members who have brought in many non-perishable items for our annual Giving Tree. These will be collected by a member of the Community Resources Centre for distribution to local families in need. The last day to bring in items is Thursday 5th December. Wishing all our members and their families a Merry Christmas and health and happiness in the New Year. The first day of bowls for 2020 will be Tuesday 7th January.
Milton Ulladulla Women
Not much to report this week as the year is drawing to an end. President Robyn presented awards to the Ladies who could not attend presentation night. We welcomed back Trudi and Jane, who both enjoyed their time away. Carolyn Bell is doing well after her operation, good to see your on the road to recovery and hope to see you back on the greens early in the new year. Thirty ladies played 2 games of mixed up triples today. Rink Winners: Krishna Curran, Lynne Boyd and Ralda Graham. Rink Runners Up: Rosie Milton, Maureen Fletcher and Bev Lapinski. Raffle Winners Val Marczan, Bev Lapinski and Di Rupp.
On Thursday we enjoyed the company of Trish Moy who joined us from Mollymook Bowling Club for the day. President Robyn wished Eve Jones a very Happy Birthday for Saturday. We were reminded to place our names down for the Christmas Party on the 10th of December. Dress up in your best Christmas outfit, decorate your tables and be merry. As discussed, if you would like to donate raffle prizes you can but it is not expected. Thirty-six ladies played 3 bowl triples and had a very enjoyable day. Rink Winners: Wendy Hodgkiss, Mary McPherson and Eve Jones. Rink Runners Up: Lyn McFadden, Cheryl Davies and Barb Daniels. Raffle Winners: Kay Hodge, Robyn Taylor and Di Rupp.
Milton Ulladulla Bowling Club
28th November 2019. Ladies Winner: Val Moore. Ladies Runner Up: Lorraine B. Mens Winner: Wally Wroblewski. Men's Runner Up: Gordon Armour. Lucky Door Prize: Ross Kidson. Unluckiest Player: Elvin Foley.
Mollymook Bridge Club
Club results: For full results & hand records see the club website www.mollymook.bridge-club.org. Monday 25th 1st Elainne & Paul Haley, 2nd Lucy Robinson & Tony Rolfe, 3rd Bill Ingram & Jack Robertson. Monday evening 25th 1st Ann Kinsella & Alan Foreman, 2nd Ary Van Der Lely & Peter Culham, 3rd Rae Duffy & Jenny Langley. Wednesday 27th 1st Elainne Haley & Pam Date, 2nd Graham Yule & Faye Thomson, 3rd Lauri Perino & Kevin Tant. Thursday 28th 1st Jim Thomas & Kevin Douglas, 2nd Ary Van Der Lely & Alan Foreman, 3rd Rae Duffy & Jenny Langley. Friday 29th 1st Graham Evans & Carole Cluney, 2nd Rae Duffy & Kevin Douglas, 3rd Lauri Perino & Moira Heath. Saturday 30th 1st Pam Date & Elainne Haley, 2nd Ron Irons & Patricia Thomas, 3rd Betty Milstard & Alison Betts. 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 or need information regarding lessons, contact Kevin Tant on 4455 6331 or Alan Foreman on 4455 2125 for evening sessions.
Milton Bridge Club
TUESDAY NOV 26th. NORTH/SOUTH Ist:- Peggy Ayres and Betty Simon. 2nd:- Graham Yule and Faye Thomson. 3rd:- May Powell and Danica Nikolovski. EAST/WEST 1st:- Mike Spicar and Rita Lizak. 2nd:- Ann Kinsella and Joke Vanderley. 3rd:- Dieter Franke and Kaye Franke.
Mollymook Beachside Veterans
On Wednesday 27th November, forty-eight Beachside Veteran golfers played a Single Stableford Event. Winning the day was Cliff Workman with a score of 24 points, while second place went to Stig Anderson on 23 points in a count back from third placed Bill Stables. Balls were given out for scores down to 18 on a count-back, with Wildcards going to Greg Wood and Michael Heighway. Nearest the Pins were awarded to Jim Smith on the 1st, Bruce Anderson on the 2nd, Cameron Turinui on the 6th, Danny Fleming on the 7th, and Bruce Anderson on the 9th. Next week, 4th December will be a Single Stableford.
Mollymook Surf Lifesaving Club
Volunteer patrols at South Mollymook this weekend
Saturday, December 7. 10am - 1pm. Patrol No. 11. Dave Howcroft (Patrol Captain), Tom Woodward (Vice-Captain/IRBD), Robin Pomfret (Radio), Anthony Walsh (IRBD), Grant Morrow, Colin Howcroft, Chris Howcroft, Sandra Woodward, Axel Lane-Rogers, Liam Jackson, Olivia Chopping, Isabella Pakes, James Bewley,Mardi Shultz, Chris Walsh.
1pm-4pm. Patrol No. 12. Stacy Wilesmith (Patrol Captain), Leonie Hicks (Vice-Captain/IRBC), Anne Pomfret (Radio), Drew Hicks (IRBD), Patrick Armstrong (IRBD), Kim D'Ombrain (IRBC), David Johnson, Glenn Matthews, Harrsion D'Ombrain, Harry Hicks, Matthew Wheeler, Lucy Rothquel, Reike Mergel.
Sunday, December 8: 10am-1pm. Patrol No. 13. Natalee Johnston (Patrol Captain), Louise Monte (Vice-Captain/IRBC), Phil Hogan (Radio), Lewis Betts (IRBD), Khy McKeon (IRBD), Daryl Bosicevic, Phil Crick, Caleb Blakey, Kellie Sandstrom, Martin Williams, Alex Smith,Zane Steadman.
1pm-4pm. Patrol No.1. Leslie Gagan (Patrol Captain), Ian Greenhalgh (Vice-Captain), Janis Burton (Radio), Gary Hunt (IRBD), Simon Davies (IRBD), David Searle, Tracy Holt, Steph Campbell, Amanda Greenhalgh, Fiona Butson, Glenn Campbell, Matt Bryant, Olivia Greenhalgh, Estella Campbell.
Shoalhaven Darts Association
Results of Semi Finals:
First Division: Out of Towners def Eagles 8 games to 3. Shaun Carriage had five finishes while john Boyle had four, they both shared the high score of 140 with Dave and David Boyle. For the Eagles Peter Vider had three finishes and Lucas Gray had two. Matt Craig had the high score of 140. Out of Towner go straight to Grand Final. Bandits def Marlins 6 games to 5. Dave Hogan and Shane Pritchard had three finishes each. Dave had the high score of 140. For Marlins Barry Jouannet, Phil Reeves and Matt Goozeff had three finishes each. Matt had the high score of a great 180.
Second Division: Squaws def Fishos 7 games to 4. Kelly Hogan had four finishes while Marcia Merrigan had three. Kelly had the high score of an excellent 180. For Fishos Rick McKenzie had five finishes while Skye-Maree Phillips had two. Rick had the high score of 135. Squaws go straight to Grand Final. Ex-servicemen def Taipans 7 games to 4. Ken O'Neill had six finishes while Barry Tait had three. Peter Webb had the high score of 116. For Taipans Kerry Smith had four finishes while John Perrin had three. John had the high score of 133.
This week's Finals: At Bomaderry RSL. Eagles v Bandits on boards 2 and 3. Fishos v Ex-Servicemen on boards 5 and 6.
Shoalhaven Bicycle User Group
Some Shoalhaven Bicycle User Group rides for this week include: THURSDAY 05/12/19 - MIDWEEK MOUNTAIN BIKE RIDE; 25 to 40 km / Moderate pace / Sealed and unsealed roads / Fire trails / Single lane bush tracks and beaches / Cyclepaths / Mountain bikes are essential. All rides are only suitable for experienced cyclists on mountain bikes with suspension. Rides vary each week, starting at 8:30am (8:00am during day light saving time) from different starting points. Dogs are not permitted on the ride for safety reasons and as they are prohibited in National Parks. For ride details contact: Rod 0428 211 487 or Jan 0423 952 713.
SUNDAY 08/12/2019 - LAKE ILLAWARRA RIDE; 42 km return / Moderate pace / Some Traffic / Medium difficulty / Uses Off-road Cyclepaths. Starts at 9:30am from Boonerah Point Reserve, Mount Warrigal. Coming from the South on the Princes highway turn right into New Lake Entrance Road at the big roundabout just before Albion Park Rail. Continue for 1.5km then turn left into Government Road. At the end of Government Road turn right into The Esplanade and continue 2.1km to Boonerah Point Reserve. The ride is a circuit of Lake Illawarra. Lunch will be at the 'Cup of Love' café at the end of the ride. For further info contact Peter Hewlett 0419 418 022.