RESULTS from Week 4 of the Bega Valley Carpet Choice Junior Squash competition No.2 - 2001 are as follows.
Division 1 Teams
B.V. Carpet Choice v Manhattan CafÈ 5-9: Tate Dawson 0 v Craig Ryan 3; Kyle Johnson 0 v Anthony Beht 3; Charles Rheinberger 2 v Adrian Beht 3; Ryan Davis 3 v Seannade Halpin 0.
Bega Seafoods v Amcal Chemist 11-5: sub B Moon 2 v Chris Sturt 3; sub Anthony Beht 3 v Andrew Bass 0; Matt Blacka 3 v Tammie Bastian 2; Andrew Ward 3 v Riley Coman 5.
Parents Duty for September 21 in Division 1 is Twyford & Johnson, Coman C/P.
Division Two Teams
Top Video v Fletchers Fotographics 9-11: Dayna Triggell 3 v Elly McGann 2; Dane Fox 3 v Troy Johnson 1; Taharnee Ball 0 v Lauren Dawson 3; David Buggy 3 v Holly Dixon 2; John Buggy 0 v Drew Smith 3.
Telesat Services v V&H Motor Repairs 6-12: Ned Grainger 0 v Kettie Hanscombe 3; Clark D’Arcy 0 v Mandy Bastian 3; Kristy Ward 1 v Heidi Hanscombe 3; Mary Grainger 2 v Racheal Sheers 3; Andrew Maher 3 v Jake Summerell 0.
Parents Duty for September 21 in Division 2 is D Smith & Maher, Whitford C/P.
Chemworld v Toy Kingdom 5-2: Stacey Whitford 44/2 v Corey Legge sub 39/1; Emily Sheers 34/1 v Casey Twyford 23/0; Luke Apps 28/0 v Genevieve Grainger 39/1; Tanieka Ball 27/.1 v Megan Blacker 23/0; Tyson Moon 23/.1 v Matt Legge sub 15/0.
Kothe & Partners v B.V. Pets & Aquarium 5-1: Jock Lee sub 30/2 v Malcolm Green 20/0; Jock Lee 31/.1 v Matt Dowling 23/0; Tahlia Graham 38/1 v Hannah Green 27/0; Luke Donnelly 32/1 v Travers Dowling 26/0; Chloe Davis 17/0 v Elizabeth Russell 22/.1.
Perry’s Menswear v Slaters Caltex 1-5: Rebecca Abramowski 17/0 v Sarah Blacker 30/2; Lauren Fox 16/0 v Corey Legge 20/.1; Sarah Abramowski 25/0 v Ryan Lucas 33/1; Elly McMillan 13/0 v Bridie Andrews 25/.1; Brydie Willburger 29/.1 v Matt Legge 22/0.
In Division 3 please ensure that the players arrive ON TIME to gain a bonus point for their team. Also, to gain their individual points they must score or referee a match each night. This duty must be signed by the duty adult.
Top Video Voucher won by Travers Dowling.
Parent Roster for September 21: Willburger, Apps, Andrew and Moon. Committee Person: Debra Ball.
Points Week 4 are as follows.
Division 1 - Bega Amcal Chemist 19, Bega Bobcats 30, Bega Seafoods 29, Bega Valley Carpet Choice 27, Manhattan CafÈ 31.
Division 2 - Fimac Engineering 39, Fletchers Fotographics 28, Telesat Services 20, Top Video 39, V&H Motor Repairs 37.
Bye teams for this week are Manhattan CafÈ in Division 1 and Top Video in Division 2.
THE Bega Amateur Swimming Club will hold its first registration day on Monday, September 24 at the Clubhouse between 4 and 6pm.
The pool, which has been repainted, will open on Monday, October 1 for training sessions and with the heaters in action the water will be a pleasantly warm 24 degrees.
A second registration day will be held on Monday, October 15, again between 4 and 6pm.
Annual membership for this year is $30 per single, $75 per family (four persons) and $20 for each extra family member.
The committee for 2001/2002 is as follows: President (Bruce Hartican), Vice President (Narelle Willis), Secretary (Chris Beresford), Treasurer (Annie Riddell), Race Secretary (Narelle Willis), Recorder (Helen Dawson), Gear Steward (Cherie Mitchell). Contact any of the above for further information.
The first carnival of the season will be held at Narooma on Saturday and Sunday, October 27 and 28.
Swimmers should note that the closing date for entries for this carnival is October 6.
THE newly formed Candelo-Kameruka Swimming Club will commence the season with a registration day on Saturday, October 6, at 12 midday at the Candelo pool.
A sausage sizzle and drinks will be available on the day.
The Club has joined the NSW and Southern Districts Swimming Associations and is looking forward to a season of fun, fitness and training in the 50 metre pool.
The cost of this is $40 per year per child.
Training times, starting October 30, are Tuesdays to Fridays 5-6pm under the direction of Clinton Peel. These nights are provided to children and adults alike for the very reasonable cost of $10 per calendar month per person or $2 per session per person.
Time Trials nights, starting November 5, are- Monday 6-7pm, names in by 5.30pm. Children of any age are encouraged to start training but all need to be able to swim 20 to 25 metres. Contact Clinton at the pool for details.
All those wishing to join the Club will need also to purchase a season’s (family or single) ticket.
Development approval has just been granted for the erection of a semi-enclosed pergola the length of the first high-rise (some 50 metres) which will provide much needed shade.
Also solar heating mats will be installed on the top of the pergola which should heat the pool to a very comfortable temperature. It is hoped all this work will be finished by Christmas.
Bega Rifle Club
THE Bega Rifle Club held a 500 yard Championship shoot on Saturday, September 15 at its Tarraganda range.
The shoot consisted of two ten shot matches with a total possible of 100 for the day.
Conditions for the shoot were rather placid with perfect light for good sighting and a lazy north easterly breeze that caught the unweary shooter.
Despite the unpredictable breeze Ramon Hatcher scored the perfect score and Janice Robinson and Robert Lawler single stage possibles.
Mike Picker and his son Ruben shot again and are continuing to improve.
Scores for the day were-
Ramon Hatcher 50.4+50.3=100.8;
Robert Lawler 49.3+50.3=99.6;
Janice Robinson 49.1+50.3=99.4;
Phil Donoghue 49.2+49.6=98.8;
Nils Bentsen 49.4+49.4=98.8;
Paul Lawler 49.6+49.2=98.8;
Ron Clark 30.1+45.1=75.2;
(.270 Seko optical sights);
Mike Picker 45 Ruben Picker 40.2 (Mike and Ruben only shot one stage each)
Tomorrow, Saturday, September 22 there will be a 300 yard shoot to commence at 1pm.
Visitors and new members are always welcome. For more information phone Robert Lawler on 64923612 or 0417409647
WEDNESDAY, September 12 was Coronary Club Challenge Day at the Bega RSL Golf course, whereupon one of the Good Old Boys questioned why Ansett Airlines collapsed.
He was advised that the reason behind the collapse was because, a Kiwi is a Flightless Bird.
But, the old boys were in full flight with the winner of the Big (flightless) Chook going to Robbie Blacklock and balls awarded to Paul Windle, Jim Smith and Cec Rose.
Thursday 13 September Medley Stableford plus two ball. The winner this week was John Grabyn on 42 points with our Thursday specialist Andrew Lemon being runner up on 41 points. The two ball winner was the team of Paul (the boss) Welsford and David (Subaru) Barbour on 47 points.
Saturday 15 September was the Captian vs. President Day.
The result was the Captain’s teams defeated the President’s teams 510 point to 502, and in order to prevent any dissension or unnecessary violence in the club we respectfully reserve the right not to list the participants in each team. Individual four ball winners on the day were Robbie Blacklock and Terry Allen on 49 points with M. Rose and G. Edmunds runners up on 48 points.
Balls were awarded down to 44 points with 18 recipients. NTP on the 9th went to Dave Balmain at 5.7 with the 18th going to Robbie Blacklock at 2.4. (Oi, Jimmy! You had a great day.)
1.Visitors this week enjoying Bega hospitality were from Canberra’s Irish Club.
2. The winner of the Club Footy Tipping Competition for this year was Roger the dodger Picker with 133 points. Second Ray Cleaves on 109 points and 3rd was Craig Ryan on 108 points. Congratulations boys on your success. 3. The Regional Holden Scramble Championships will be held at Yowani Golf Club, Canberra on Friday 19 October. 4. Next Saturday 22 September is a Stableford Event. 5. Next Sunday week 30 September is the Bermagui Open.
GOLFING MOMENT FOR THE WEEK
Golf can be a health hazard for some people. A former USA Open Champion once stated: ‘I have so many aches and pains that when I go outside my shadow refuses to come along’.
Bega RSL women
AT last we had a warm sunny Wednesday. Par was the name of the game.
Our numbers were down as it was Visitors Day at Eden and many of our golfers are friends with the Eden lady golfers.
Sue Parker played at home and gloried in the conditions with a +4. Sue was the overall winner.
Balls went to Sue, Barbara Ubrihien with +2 and Lyn Taylor +2. The CCR was -1.
Barbara reduced her handicap by three strokes - congratulations Barbara, it was well earned.
NTP on the 9th Narelle Harrison and Sue was only inches from the pin in the 18th.
The raffle donated by Bex Gabriele was won by Gay Ward.
Last Saturday with a CCR of 35 and playing a Stableford, Barbara Ubrihien was the most successful lady on the day with 34, the next best score was Chin Nantiwat 33, NTP went to Sue Parker.
Oncology day, which had to be postponed, will now be held on November 28, so make a Diary note.
On Tuesday we travelled to Tathra for the first round of the inter-club match.
Tathra with the home team advantage won the day, our chance for revenge comes soon.
Next Wednesday will be Visitors Day.
Robyn is looking to get lots of names at golf this Saturday, when we will be playing weekend Par No.6.
Anyone wishing to bring an extra raffle for Visitors Day is invited to do so, and don’t forget that we provide a scrumptious lunch after the game.
Today Robyn Kilkelly, Bev Rood and Sue Parker are off to Bombala for the 3BBB vs Par Play-off.
Janette Cox, who will be a referee, will accompany them. We wish them the very best of luck.
Finally a reminder that the AGM is Wednesday, October 10, nomination forms are available at the Clubhouse.
Tathra Tee Talk
WITH the greens being cored on Tuesday afternoon we were expecting some ordinary scores from the “Won’t Work/Don’t Work” competition on Thursday, but George Huggett putted through the chicken manure and the sand and came up with a fine 39 points.
Winning from Big Joe Donnelly 36 points c/b, just proves when it comes to putting it on people, these two are the best.
NTP winners were 3/12th Col Luker, 5/14th Barry Giles, 9/18th Barry Giles.
Ball winners were George Huggett, Big Joe, Leo Schultz, Mike Tupper, Barry Giles, Bob Wallace on 2-way c/b.
Saturdays 4BBB Stableford Event was won by two of the best “shonkies” in the club, Norm Share and Captain Maples 47 points on a c/b from Pommie and Hewie.
NTP went to 3/12th Jack “Tiger” Batty, 5/14th Ed Barlow, 9/18th Macey Snr.
Ball comp winners were “Stormin Norman” and Captain Maples, Pommie and Hewie, Rabbit and Chris Collins-Hart, A Gant and F Pengelly, Dom and Funnell, Rock & Paul Da Silva, Trent Thatcher & Kean Lawler.
I overheard a golfer suggesting he might give lessons to golf club throwers so players could get the clubs going in the right direction and at the right angle so that the club was not damaged.
He could get a good size class if he advertises with all the Golf Clubs in the area.
Hit them long and straight! JAFFA.
Tathra Beach women
THE Tathra Beach women’ Saturday Yearly Par No. 6 was held on September 15 with the CCR 70
The winner was Meg Millard with +5 ahead of Runner-up Walli Heiner with +2 on a countback from Kerry Gardner.
Nearest the pin on the 5th/14th was Kerry Gardner and balls went to M Millard, W Heiner, K Gardner, M Hackett and M Nicholson.
The Interclub Tathra v Bega game and Yearly Stableford No. 6 was held at Tathra on Tuesday September 18 with the CCR 68
The Interclub event against Bega for the Norma Gowing/Sue Cotterill Perpetual Trophy ended with Tathra the victors by 25 points.
Division 1 winner (Hcps 0 - 26) was Carleen Maley with 38 points from Runner-up Jan McGrath with 37 points on a countback from Jan Meares.
Division 2 winner (Hcps 27 - 31) was June Kelly with 38 points on a countback from Runner-up Ann Donnelly with 38 points.
Division 3 winner (Hcps 32 - 45) was Ronnie Rawlins with 39 points on a countback from Runner-up Mavis Barber with 39 points.
Nearest the pin on the 5th/14th was Barbara Tygh and Nearest the Pin on the 18th was Denise Miller
Balls went to R Rawlins, M Barber, J Kelly, A Donnelly, C Maley, J Brunton, J McGrath, J Meares, R Moore, K Gardner, M Ferguson, B Douglas, N Trent, M Nall and E Robinson
This Saturday, September 22 the Yearly Stableford No. 6 will be contested,
Sunday, September 23 is Family Fun Day from 1pm and on Tuesday, September 25 a Canadian Foursomes (L/S Draw) will be played followed by the AGM.
Bermagui Country Club women
HELLO again. We have several members’ back with us who have been up North for a few weeks.
Among them were Norma Heddles (17) who had a win in A-Grade at Horizons and at Wauchope.
Jan Heaver (29), was runner-up at Horizons, runner-up at Lismore and runner-up at Mullumbimby. In the process, Jan reduced her handicap from 29 to 26.
Pat Whitty was nett winner in her division at Mullumbimby and Shirley and Max Ramage were runners-up on a countback in the 4BBB held at Yamba. Congratulations people.
With the gumboots back in the cupboard for now, it was out with the golf shoes again on Saturday 15th when we had 31 players for the Stableford competition.
Division 1 winner was Jan Carter (24) with 33 points. Runner-up was Daphne Walters (24) with 32 points.
Balls were won by Marion Calder (13) and Lyn Phelps (22) with 31 points.
Division 2 was won by Kim Collingham (26) with 30 points. Runner-up was Jan Heaver (26) with 29 points on a countback from Jean Peters (32) who won a ball, as did Wendy Chaplin (29) with 27 points and Ann Grimmond (32) with 24 points.
Division 3 was won by Carla Van Eck (44) with 28 points on a countback from the runner-up Bertha Wilton (37).
Balls were won by Phyl Dunkin (41) with 27 points and Jean Hellyer (38) with 24 points on a countback from Mavis Coles (36).
NTP on the 11th hole was Jill Blacka. CCR 77.
On Monday, September 17, there were 12 players for the 9-Hole Stableford competition.
Voucher winners were Rita Beardsmore, Colleen Cooney, Gael Wheatley and Clarice Johnson.
On this day we also played for the 7th Club Medal as well as Round 1 of our Club Championships with 30 players taking part.
The medal winner was Jan Cotterill (33) with 75 nett.
This is the first medal won by Jan anywhere so congratulations.
The daily events were won as follows: In Division 1 the winner was Marion Calder (13) with 78 nett on a countback from the runner-up Pat Jones (7).
Balls were won by Norma Heddles (17) and Lyn Phelps (22) with 79 nett.
Division 2 winner was Jan Cotterill (33) with 75 nett. Runner-up was Audrey Cook (30) with 81 nett. Balls went to May Blacka (26) with 83 nett, Chris Carter (28) with 84 nett and Nancy Whackett (25) with 87 nett on a countback from Anne Browne (32).
Division 3 winner was Nancye Clegg (42) with 79 nett. Runner-up was Bertha Wilton (37) with 83 nett and the ball in this division went to Carla Van Eck (44) with 85 nett.
We counted our putts today as well and had we known what Judith Storey was doing (or not doing as it transpired) most of us need not have bothered.
Judith finished with just 27 of them. CCR was 76.
On Wednesday, September 19, Round 2 of Club Championships and 8th Club Medal Round was played.
Winning the medal this time was Nancy Whackett with 74 nett. This was the first medal win at Bermagui for Nancy so again, congratulations.
35 players took part in the daily event. Winning Division 1 was Nancy Whackett (25) with 74 nett. Runner-up was Fran Vercoe (25) with 78 nett.
Balls went to Marion Calder (13) and Norma Heddles (17) with 79 nett and Lyn Phelps (22) with 80 nett.
Division 2 winner was Anne Browne (32) with 76 nett. Runner-up was May Blacka (26) with 78 nett on a countback from Audrey Cook (31) who took home a ball along with Wendy Chaplin (29) with 81 nett and Chris Carter (28) with 86 nett on a countback from Jan Heaver (26), Kim Collingham (26) and Ann Grimmond (32).
Division 3 winner was Nancye Clegg (42) with 75 nett. Runner-up was Carla Van Eck (44) with 81 nett.
Balls went to Bertha Wilton (38) 82 nett and Joan Boyd (36) 83 nett.
Again we counted our putts and again Judith Storey took the prize, with 30 putts on a countback from May Blacka, Chris Carter and Audrey Cook. CCR 76.
Broken handicaps this week to Jan Cotterill 33 to 32, Nancy Whackett 25 to 24, and Nancye Clegg 42 to 41.
Championship progress scores: (Div.1) Pat Jones 173/159, Marion Calder 183/157, Norma Heddles 192/158. (Div.2) Lyn Phelps 203/159, Fran Vercoe 210/160, Nancy Whackett 211/161. (Div.3) Audrey Cook 221/159, Anne Browne 227/153, Jan Cotterill 233/168. Two rounds to go.
Our AGM will take place on Wednesday, October 17, at 10am in the Sports Bar.
All interested people are invited to attend.
There will be no golf on this day, as the course will be closed for Green’s rejuvenation. Also no ladies golf on Saturday 29th due to the Men’s Open.
Next Medley 4BBB will be October 7, shotgun start and afternoon tea please.
Visitors are more than welcome to take part, just phone the Pro-Shop on 6493-4657.
Enjoy your day. JAN.
FOR the Flag event at Candelo golf last Sunday, the President brought the flag with him and he wasn’t about to let it go and he didn’t.
He finished up winning it, “never in doubt” he said.
As I was cutting my lawn I was thinking of how good I was going to play my next game of golf, I suddenly thought that there must be thousands of blokes like me,
mowing their lawns, thinking the same thoughts. Strange that, it must have something to do with lawn mowers.
We extend a welcome to all social clubs on weekdays, all day on Saturdays and to the Sunday morning’s sausage sizzle. Ring John 6493-2776.
A warm welcome to new members Kynan Douglas and Coman Rush.
I know what you are thinking but we do like to sign up normal type members - you don’t have to be an ambassador or politician.
So we are glad you have come to join us fellas and we hope to see a lot more of you.
Sundays Flag Event winner was David PM Barton; Runners-up Royce Umback, Chris Cox, John Barber; NTP 7th Kynan Douglas and in Match Play Singles Royce Umback defeated Tim Collins.
This Saturday, September 22 there will be a working bee from 12 noon onwards and on Sunday 23 its War at the top of the mountain.
THE Bega Valley Motors sponsored Roosters back to back premiers romped around the Bega Valley for a few days after their gripping win in the Grand Final.
General consensus (among Bega fans anyway) was that it was one of the best Grand Finals seen in Group 16.
The defensive effort of the Roosters in the last 10 minutes was phenomenal.
The lads spent Sunday night back down at the Rec. where the mud splashing of Andy and Aaron had the ladies enthralled.
Monday saw brekky at the Bowlo followed by a bus trip to Candelo Hotel who really looked after the boisterous mob - Great tucker, great beer.
Highlights of the prolonged party were seeing Korny have to parade around in G-string and bra (he loved it), Ice doing 10-star jumps and crowing like a Rooster in a raid on the Bega Hotel, Lenny on one knee in Coles singing “You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feeling” to Emma Pimm and, last but not least, Dicko’s eyebrows (or lack of).
Some of the boys have changed hair colour but not Peter Wheatley.
On Pete’s hair (he was first) they used a full bottle of dye.
It didn’t change colour so he shaved it off. Geez even his hair is tough.
First mention of presentation night. A function will be held at the Bega Bowlo on October 6 and all supporters and sponsors are welcome. More next week.
The Group 16 Presentation Night will also be at the Bega Bowling Club on October 13, tickets are $20.
The Bowling Club has a disco this Friday night and it will also be the Presentation Night of the Bowling Club’s Footy Tipping Competition.
Push the Mighty Roosters!
Saturday winter/spring comp
THE results from Round 7 of the current FSCTA Saturday afternoon tennis competition for both Divisions 1 and 2 played at Merimbula and Bega, respectively, on Saturday, September 15, are as follows:
In Division 1, Merimbula jumped out of the blocks to a great start and held a handy lead approaching the halfway mark of the day’s play.
To Bega’s credit they fought back valiantly and managed to lead by 4 games at one stage, but with Merimbula’s fighting spirit they rallied their troops and ran away with a good win on the day by defeating Bega 10 sets 82 games to 8 sets 69 games.
The venue for Division 1 for tomorrow, Saturday, September 22, 2001, is at Bega.
In Division 2 the results from Round 7 are as follows:
Tathra Green 34 def Bermagui Blue 32; Cobargo Gold 41 def Tathra Black 32; Bega White 46 def Merimbula Red 15.
The point score to date in Division 2 after the completion of 7 Rounds is as set out below.
Tathra Green 20, Cobargo Gold 19, Bega Yellow 17, Bega White 14, Tathra Black 12, Bermagui Blue 12 and Merimbula Red 11.
The draw for Round 8 to be played tomorrow, September 22, 2001, is as follows:
Bermagui Blue v Bega Yellow; Bega White v Cobargo Gold; Merimbula Red v Tathra Green; Bye team: Tathra Black; Venue: Tathra Tennis Courts commencing at 12.30pm.