The South Eastern Times : November 6th 2014
SPORT 39 Millicent competitive in Friday’s pennant bowls MILLICENT Bowling Club had a successful Friday roster last week, being competitive in all grades. Division 1 played away to Kalangadoo and to try and achieve some stability in the team it was decided that Merle Stevens would lead this week as skip. Kalangadoo has only one team in the competition but it is a strong one. The Millicent side assisted by Esther Scudds, Ros Varcoe and Shirley Galpin led all day and recorded a win. Final score 22/18. Judy Saint and her team of Heather Carthew, Margaret Fennell and Betty Pretty would prefer to forget this match. Old reliables, Pam Davies and Jean Rogers for Kalangadoo played well and Fay Larter was consistent. Final score 10/41. Division 2 Red played at home to Mount Gambier RSL and on the day Mount Gambier was far too accurate for the Millicent team of Mary Clifford (skip) Lynn Scudds, Barbara Schuller and Mary Campbell. Occasionally the Millicent side built a good head, but that was when the opposing skipper, Merna Whitehead, drew a superb bowl to claim the end. Mary Clifford toiled on regardless in a most sportsmanship manner. One of our players retired with six ends to play, when Norman Peart assisted. Final score 14/38. Ella Pietersma as skip, Carlene Godden, Jan Buhlmann and Carol Gibbs battled all day and after a concerted effort were all square on the 12th end. After lunch they kept close to the opposing team who were both experienced and wise. Final score 21/25. Division 2 Blue away to Penola, with Margaret Johnson as IN THE ZONE: Millicent’s Mary Campbell prepares to make her shot. skip having an excellent run. Assisted by Dianne Stephen, Joan Ellis and Adriana Ross they had a good win against an experienced side. They were in front by a large margin, but Penola began creeping up. On the 23rd end the scores were 19/17. Millicent pulled away to win – a really good effort. Final score 22/18. The side of Dorothy Evans (skip) Faye Hill, Dawn Bellman and Madeleine Schapel found the going tough. It was reported that the day was hot and the greens were heavy. Liz Copping, a former player for Kalangadoo had transferred to Penola. She was a dedicated player and adds strength to the Penola side. Final score 20/31. Division 3 played home to its Beachport WEATHER FOR MILLICENT BEACHPORT TIDE TIMES Thursday 6 1231am 1.1 0810am 0.4 1225am 0.7 0506pm 0.4 Friday 7 0103am 1.2 0848am 0.4 1257pm 0.7 0517pm 0.3 Saturday 8 0135am 1.3 0925am 0.5 0127pm 0.7 0544pm 0.2 Sunday 9 0208am 1.3 1001am 0.5 0157pm 0.7 0614pm 0.2 Max 22°C Min 6°C Mostly Sunny Chance of Rain - 5% UV: High Thursday Chance of Rain -80% UV: Very High Max 31°C Min 10°C Mostly Sunny Friday Chance of Rain - 60% UV: Very High Max 26°C Min 18°C Possible Shower Saturday Chance of Rain - 30% UV: Very High Max 21°C Min 9°C Mostly Sunny Sunday Max 20°C Min 9°C Clearing Shower Chance of Rain - 20% Monday Thursday Partly cloudy. Winds west to northwesterly 15 to 20 km/h. Overnight temperatures falling to around 6 with daytime temperatures reaching the low to mid 20s. Friday Partly cloudy. Winds north to northeasterly 20 to 30 km/h. Overnight temperatures falling to around 10 with daytime temperatures reaching 30 to 35. Saturday Partly cloudy. Slight (30%) chance of a shower, most likely in the morning and afternoon. The chance of a thunderstorm. Winds north to northeasterly 30 to 45 km/h shifting west to southwesterly 20 to 30 km/h during the morning. Overnight temperatures falling to between 15 and 19 with daytime temperatures reaching the mid to high 20s. Coastal: Thursday Winds Variable about 10 knots becoming north to northwesterly 10 to 15 knots during the morning. Seas Up to 1 metre. Swell Southwesterly around 2.5 metres. Friday Winds North to northeasterly 10 to 15 knots increasing to 15 to 20 knots. Seas 1 to 2 metres. Swell Southwesterly 1.5 to 2.5 metres. 651037 www.thesoutheasterntimes.com.au The South Eastern Times, Thursday, November 6, 2014 - 39 ROBE TIDE TIMES Thursday 6 1243am 1.1 0822am 0.4 1237pm 0.7 0518pm 0.4 Friday 7 0115am 1.2 0900am 0.4 0109pm 0.7 0529pm 0.3 Saturday 8 0147am 1.3 0937am 0.5 0139pm 0.7 0556pm 0.2 Sunday 9 0220am 1.3 1013am 0.5 0209pm 0.7 0626pm 0.2 Thursday 6th Friday 7th Saturday 8th Sunday 9th Sunrise 5:56 Sunrise 5:55 Sunrise 5:54 Sunrise 5:53 Sunset 7:48 Sunset 7:49 Sunset 7:50 Sunset 7:51 opponents who were set to achieve good results. Until the last five ends Mary Allen (skip) Pat Hitchcock, Liz Carnellor and Judy Lowe allowed them to score only one or two on most ends but in completion of the day, high scores were achieved on three ends and the opposition went out with a bang. A good effort by the team. Final score 11/36. Led by Fay Richards and backed up by Maureen Elton, Bev Davey and Lorraine Madden performed consistently and recorded another win this week. Like many places, Millicent was hot on Friday and playing in the conditions was not easy. Final score 30/15. The Millicent Bowling Club would like to thank the helpers for having the grounds prepared mats and scoreboards out and the water placed in a handy spot. Success for Magic at Warrnambool From back page The Under 18 women were coached by Erin Watson and again despite winning just one game, their extremely undermanned team, through injury and absence took it to the opposition, especially the more fancied Woodend. The boys didn’t have quite as much finals success this tournament, but against the much larger districts stood up well and the practise and experience was invaluable. The Under 12 Magic boys again gave coach Darren Fuller their all, winning one match narrowly and losing three, despite making a number of comebacks in all games. Under 14 boys also fielded two teams with Jenny Herbert’s Division 1 boys having a huge program, winning four from six in a tough competition. Division 2 coached by Jamie Cooper had a tough weekend with some slick opposition, but to the boys credit they stuck with it, beating Portland by 17 and narrowly losing to Warrnambool by two. The Under 18 boys came away without much success, but their enthusiasm shows the benefits of being part of the town team program. Teams will now prepare for the next tourna- ments on the calendar, which is Mount Gambier, closely followed by Victor Harbor. EYE ON THE PRIZE: Callan Hobbs of Millicent’s Under 18 boys side has all eyes on the basket as he lays the ball up. Last practice for night owls competition MILLICENT Bowling Club had the last of its practice nights on the weekend before the real competition starts. The club welcomed Sam Schofield who was introduced to the night owls competition through a student at a computer class at the Millicent Library. This was the first time he had bowled in years and he must be a natural as he managed to get three touches on the kitty. earning him a trophy. Many members were seen striving for better results and enjoying themselves. The club has received a number of full memberships and has seen bowls enthusiasts playing on the green several times a week. Touches this round are Justin Saint three, Launsley Browne three, Tim Dangerfield and Schofield. Bowls teams LOWER South East Bowls Association pennant teams: Friday roster Beachport Division 3 Red (home v Naracoorte RSL): J. Preston (s), M. Bowman, J. McArthur, P. Wakelin; R.Gilbertson (s), R. Burdon, R. Sims, J. Amos. Division 3 Blue (home v Penola): S. Young (s), M. Reddon, A. Young, R. Kain; S. Werchon (s), P. Hales, L. Smith, A. Weise. Reserve: N. Killick. Umpire: J. Gilbertson. Saturday roster Beachport Division 4 (away v Robe): B. Jolley (s), B. Burdon, J. McArthur, G. Trezise; P. Copping (s), J. Preston, R. Dunsford, N. Killick; A. McKenzie (s), V. Bowman, A. Young, P. Allwright. Reserve : E. Burleigh. Millicent Division 1 Red (home v Mount Gambier RSL Red): T. Barnes (s), J. Scudds, D. Clifford, N. Whelan; I. Campbell (s), P. Scanlon, D. Pietersma, L. Warneke; R. Gibbs (s), G. Jones, I. Ross, D. Crase. Division 1 (away v Mount Gambier RSL Blue): H. Henderson (s), B. Davis, G. Tilley, P. Varcoe; M. Gandolfi (s), D. Schulz, J. Madden, J. Buhlmann; Steve Carnellor (s), G. Schapel, A. Correll, D. Bowering. Cars leave clubrooms at 11.55am. Division 3 Red (home v Mount Gambier RSL Blue): R. Horne (s), W. Burris, D. Taylor, T. Lonergan; A. Damhuis (s), A. Kramer, J. Earl, P, Bateman; D. Botting (s), B. Baxter, N. Peart, R. Chambers. Darts details MILLICENT Darts Association (Round 15): Guy’s and Gal’s 6 d Bulls-Eye’s 3; Shed Raiders 5 d Mac Club 4; Southend 9 d Hotshots 0. Ladder: Southend 24 points, 200 legs; Guy’s and Gals 22, 168; Shed Raiders 20, 171; Mac Club 16, 149; Bulls-Eyes 8, 122; Hotshots 0, 88. 140s: A. Fuentes 4; D. Wilkes 2; P. McRostie; R. VanKomen; P. Todd; D. Potter; A. Redden; G. Bertram. High scores 120+: D. Potter 139; C. Wagner 136, 121; G. Heppenstall 135; B. Wilkes 134; G. Widdison 132; P. Busbridge 130; A. Fuentes 125; A. Redden 120; P. Joiner 120; H. Joiner 120. High Pegs 50+: D. Potter 115; R. VanKomen 99; D. Haines 97; C. Tidy 79; S. Bradley 76; H. Joiner 63. Low dart games: D. Potter 21; R. Todd 23; J. Taylor 25. Semi-final (Tuesday, November 11): Southend v Guy’s and Gal’s; Shed Raiders v Mac Club. Scorers: Bulls-Eye’s and Hotshots (at least two from each team). Annual general meeting Tuesday, November 25 at the Soccer club at 7.30pm. Items for the agenda must be in writing by November 11. Division 3 Blue (away v Mount Gambier RSL Red): B. Schuller (s), R. Harkness, R. Thiele, A. Strother; P. Ryan (s), P. Hyland, D. Stephens, D. Reichelt; B. Cattanach (s), M. Wright, R. Doecke, G. Brown. Cars leave clubrooms at 11.55am. Division 4 (away v Mount Gambier RSL): B. Pettman (s), M. Rodaro, M. Richards, K. Taylor; D. Chilton (s), R. Atkinson, C. Elton, C. Stevens; J. Drew (s), E. Fitter, C. Pye, F. Weber. Cars leave clubrooms at 11.55am. Division 5 (away v Mount Gambier RSL Red): M. Vanderhorst (s), M. Blacketer, D. Vanderheul, B. Johnson; R. Trewin (s), N. Ross, B. Mullan, B. Fennell. Emergencies: M. Clifford. Umpire: J. Scudds. Measurer: W. Burris and L. Warneke. Contact this week: S. Carnellor.
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