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RSL MENS BOWLING CLUBWednesday morning blind draw winners:John Hillamand Allan Edwards with 151/4, runners-up Ron Myers, Ron McAulifee and Rinnie DeKlein with a score of 14.
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Wednesday afternoon nominated pairswinners were Brian Harmer and Brian Lawrence with a score of 141/2, from Denis Knight and Steve Foley on 131/2.

Wednesday super jackpot was won by David Meech and Max Sanbrook.

Friday blind draw went to Rob Williams and Alan Brentnall on 151/2 with a margin of 17, from Arthur Doswell and Ron McAulifee also on 151/2 but a margin of 11.

Sunday morning social mixed saw Lionel Johnson, Alby Perkins and Billy Creasy come away with the money with a score of 13, from Roy Hollis and Janet Graham on 12 points.

Club Mixed Championships Final saw Nick Williams and Kerry McDonald emerge as champions with a 23 to 15 win over Max and Carol Sanbrook.

The Clarrie and Barbara Inglis mixed three bowl pairs was played on Saturday and proved a very successful tournament:

Winners $400 Peter & Kay Reid with 4 wins2nd $300 Ra Parahi & Patricia Iirilli with 4 wins3rd $200 David Inglis & Margaret McIntyre with 31/2 wins4th $100 Lee & Dee Churchers with 4 winsThe Club Christmas party will be held on Sunday, December 13.

Bookings essential, form in the club rooms.

Coming events

Wednesday – 9.30am blind draw,1pmnominated pairs,1pmsuper jackpotFriday -9.30amblind drawSunday -9.30ammixed blind draw, all welcome.Explorers 900 YardsNovember 21There were very difficult winds last weekend at Lockhart for the Explorers Rifle Club 900 Yard event.

The wind was quite strong and changing direction.

Often shooters found they had adjusted for a left wind only to find after the shot that it had changed to the right.It certainly made for an interesting shoot trying to beat the changes.

It was great to have a couple of visitors.

Spencer Dunstall from Ungarie, Darren Bradley from Griffith and Hubert Hassall back from WA.

The previous weekend a few members went to the ACT Queens prize shoot.Unfortunately we did not fare so well.

Graham had equipment issues in the lead up and withdrew.

Scott put one on the wrong target on day one.Laura tried to help Dad out and put one on his target the next day.

Dave Xuereb finished the best of the Explorers shooters.

We all came home from Canberra licking our wounds after experiencing the challenge of Canberra shooting in rain and tough winds.

The Club Christmas Party will be held on December 12. We are still waiting on the return of a few trophies.Please get these to Graham as soon as you can.

Next Saturday will be a 1000 Yard Shoot

Results

Target RifleScott Brindley-A-93.7, David Xuereb-A-89.5.F ClassSpencer Dunstall-111.5, Darren Bradley-109.6, Graham Crowe-102.3, Neville Lyons-83, John Smoothy-76, Hubert HassallWAGGA BRANCH of SSAARimfire score was the last club comp event for the year but the range remains open as normal.

In masters class Barry Wild only dropped one point to finish on 249.14.

He was followed by Carlo (249.06) and Mick Reed (248.08).

This rounded off a very successful year for Mick, he is 2015 Shotgun Champion, Offhand Champion and Benchrest Champion.

Unfortunately his hair colour prevented him taking out the junior championship.In hunting class it was John Buik (248.08) from Tony Gestier (246.9) and Tyller Chapman (245.05).

Our annual rimfire charity shoot is on again onDecember 6. Entry fee $15 for adults and $5 for juniors.Must be twelve or older, don’t need a licence or rifle and all ammunition covered by entry fee, “sausage sizzle and drinks for a gold coin. Come and try, could be the beginning of a great sporting career. All money collected goes to the Amie St Claire Melanoma Trust. For more info contact David Wade on0400 501 499or 6922 9033.A rimfire only rule applies for the day.

The 300m night fly shoot is on again. Two classes factory and custom. $20 entry fee each night, $5 to cover costs and $15 goes into kitty to be won by first three place getters in each class. Shot on Friday nights ofDecember 11,January 15 and February 12. Start time as soon as dark enough.For details contact Arthur Robinson on0428 968 729.

A date for the diary – December 2 the annual presentation dinner from 7pm at the Boat Club.

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TennisRoman AdamcewiczThree weeks remain in the Saturday junior tennis competitions at the Forest Hill courts.

The masters competition is for the player wanting more serious tournament play, with proper tie-breaker sets being played.

There is prizemoney for the top 20 players in the competition for all players having played five matches, as well as a best and fairest award. To take part, just turn up at the start time of 3pm until 5pm.

Leading the masters competition is Caden Maxwell on 45 points ahead of Reece Rutland on 27 points then Lara Plum on 23½ points with Brayden Smythe on 16 points and Karnie Spalding on 10 points made up the top five places.

The junior tennis competition is open to all juniors wanting to play tennis in a friendly relaxed format, and is their first steps to playing competition.

All players should be able to serve to take part.

There will be trophies to all players having played at least five matches. As well there is a special best and fairest award presented at the end of the competition.

This competition starts at 3pm to 5pm.

Junior tournament leader is Rob Grantham on 30½ points just ahead of Ben Kennedy on 26½ points then Dylan Haisell on 11 points close behind Lachlan McDonald on 9½ points with Mitchell Spalding on nine points.

This week’s winners of the McDonald’s Sports Awards were: Masters winner Karnie Spalding and Junior Competition Lachlan McDonald.

All enquires about the junior competitions or tennis lessons please contact Roman Adamcewicz on 6922 4963 or 0439 584 125.

Social tennis every Monday and Thursday night from 7pm for all standards at Forest Hillcontact Col 0447 464 234 or Trevor 0407 513 974.

WAGGA CITY GOLF CLUBThe final two rounds of the Club Championships were played in perfect weather over the weekend, and as expected, Jonathan Uphill showed his class and experience to overcome the tough conditions for an all-the-way win, from popular golfing traditionalist and hickory shaft exponent, Darron Watt. In B Grade, Bob McKenzie played steady golf for all four rounds to romp away from the field, with Roman Adamcewicz proving to be the best of the chasing pack.

Peter Friedlieb bravely overcame the rigors of a recent golf trip to the south coast to hold his round together well enough to grab the C Grade scratch prize, a single shot clear of Gary Chamberlain, who played well until a couple of costly mistakes late in his round took their inevitable toll.

Cagey veteran, Jim Briggs, claimed the A Grade nett prize, from runner-up Peter Treharne, while Kevin Wales took handicap honours in the B Grade event, from Mick De Vries, who was obviously still feeling the effects of the same golf trip which took its toll on C Grade scratch winner, Peter Friedlieb.

In C Grade, Dave Rosetta collected the handicap prize, with Rod Porter claiming second spot. Vets scratch honours once again went to Clarey Ridley, while the Vets nett event was won by Bob McKenzie, who had a great tournament all round.

Congratulations also to Kevin Wales who took home the much-sought-after Medal of Medals.

3rd round scores: A Grade, Peter Treharne 70 nett, Warren Lynch 71 nett, Grahame Winson 72 nett c/b. B Grade, Bob McKenzie 69 nett c/b from Kevin Wales, Owen Guthrie 71 nett c/b. C Grade, Matt Sullivan 66 nett, Rod Porter 70 nett, Doug Emery 71 nett c/b. NTP’s to Mick Laurent, Michael Prilick, Mick De Vries. Ball comp to 74 nett c/b.

4th round scores: A Grade, Steve Purcell 66 nett, Jim Briggs 69 nett.

B Grade:Peter McDonald 66 nett, Tony Merrigan 70 nett c/b. C Grade:Petri Parviainen 70 nett, Murray Denton 72 nett. NTP’s to Clarey Ridley, Jason Wales, Warren Lynch. Ball Comp to 75 nett c/b.

In Vets news, last Monday saw Danny McIntyre score 29 nett to win on a c/b from Brian Lawrence, with Ron Culgan third on 30 nett.

Country Club visitor, Dennis Lawrence, fired up for 24 nett to win Thursday’s event, from Terry Baker 28, and Tony Brunskill and Roy Sanders on 29 nett.

The ladies’ Summer Cup continued last Tuesday, in the form on a nine-hole stableford event. In Division 1, Marg Bradley scored 21 pts for a c/b win from Lorraine Hickey, while Una Pocock took third prize with 19 points.

Joan Veerhuis scored 23 points for success in the Division 2 event, from Vi Gardner 20 points, on a c/b from Pat Grieve, while the NTP went to Janine Fitzgerald.

The girls braved the heat to play in a stroke event on Friday, although the field was reduced. Sue Oakman handled the conditions well for a score of 35 nett, to get home from Lilian Sutherland 37 nett on a c/b, while the NTP went to Gloria Vonarx.

Well done to all the girls who played on what was a tough day for golf.

UlyssesThe weather is now improvingand the Wednesday riders did a lap of the district in near perfect conditions and the way things are shaping up it will be on again today.

Ihear that Oscar has ordered a new bike but can’t take delivery of it until about March of next year.Is he havingit custom made to suit hisstature?

We had a very successful Toy Run fundraiserat the Marketplace last Saturday and the customer numbers were noticeably down and I reckon it was due to the Warbirds Down Under in Temora that attracted a huge number of people from all over.

We did pretty well considering.

The Toy Run is now only less than two weeks away so get your bike out of the shed and get it ship shape for the day, which is Saturday, December 5.

The run starts at 9am sharp from Jubilee Oval car park and breakfast is available from 7.30am at a nominal fee.

The Scouts do the job with a bacon and egg roll and tea or coffee.

All riders are requested to bring a new toy suitable for a child between the ages of 3 and 14.

All bikes must be registered and all riders must be licenced, and pleasenotethat it is illegal to carry a pillion under the age of 8 years old.A child under 8 may be carried in a side car.

The run covers a distance of 85 kilometres and finishes at Bolton Park where we will have an auction, draw the raffle prizes and have a sausage sizzle.

So come along and have an enjoyable day out.

Last Sunday was not an organised ride day but I believe a few went on an off-road adventure. This Sundaynothing has been organised but if you feel like going somewhere turn up at McDonald’s in Edward Street and see if anyone else has the same like for the day.

The annual Christmas function is on this Saturday, November28,and if you are a late starter give Lorraine a call on 0428 312 336

Our next official function is breakfast at the Grauers on January 17 and from there a trip up into the hills.

The final branch meeting for the year will be held in the club rooms wherewe will be putting on a barbecue tea starting at 6.30pm on Decmber 15.

Sunday rides depart at 9am from McDonald’s and Wednesday rides also start at 9am but from Billy’s Café in GurwoodStreet.

Meet and Gossip is also at Billy’s on Saturday mornings from 10am.Enjoy the ride and enjoy the company.

Rules Mens BowlsTwenty-two teams took to the Greens on Friday, Saturday and Sunday for the 2015 Annual Classic Triples Tournament and prizemoney of $8500.

First prizemoney of $3000 was won by Pedro Rudd, Terry Hensell and Geoff Holt who were undefeated with seven wins plus 69 shots; 2nd prizemoney of $1500 went to Samantha and Natalie Naranha and Mason Lewis with six wins plus 75 shots; 3rd prizemoney of $1200 went to Bob Hart, Noel O’Brien and Ken Chalker with 5.5 wins plus 65 shots; 4th prizemoney of $600 went to Mick and Peter Harry and Isaac Rayner also with 5.5 wins and plus 62 shots; 5th prizemoney of $450 went Lincoln Goode, Peter and Matt Thornton also with 5.5 wins and plus 44 shots.

Wednesday blind draw tripleswinners: Mark Pearce, Alan Jacobson, Owen Cotterill 27 points; runners-up Peter Dewhirst, Mick Foxall, Eddie Forbes 24 points; 3rd place John Stout, Jim Brown, Richie Munro 23 points

Sunday Mixed blind draw winners: Barb Cotterill, Tony Darcy, Anne Purcell 23points; runners-up Cheryl Darcy, Pat McDonald, Owen Cotterill 21points.

Coming Events

Wednesday Blind Draw Triples – Names in by noon for 1pmstart Friday Nominated Pairs –Names in by noon for 1pmstartSaturday Blind draw –Names in by noon for 1pmstart Sunday Mixed Blind Draw – Names in by 5pm for 5.30pm startRULES CLUB WOMEN’S BOWLSNovember 17Social Bowls

B. Robinson, J. Fitzsimmons, J. Chapplelow,def B. Robinson, P. MacDonald, M. Kennedy.

R. Samuelson, R. Woodbury, M. Thornton. def C. Kubak, A. Breasley, L. Mahon.

G. Davies, T. Iirilli, K. Reid def E. Larkin, L. Carroll, M. McCrum.

A. Bower, V. Quigley, C. Freeman. def P. McIntyre, F. Dallinger, J. Stair.

J. Serhan, K. Morley [ Day winners ] def D. Neuman, B. Cotterill.

No social bowls on Thursday 19th November.

Starting time for social bowls Names in by 8.30am for a 9am start

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