The South Eastern Times : November 11th 2014
NEWS 17 IN BRIEF Professional golfer shares knowledge A MILLICENT junior golf coaching clinic conducted by PGA professional Craig Davis and accredited club coaches begins this month. The summer initiative is suitable for both beginning and advanced players. Five sessions for both boys and girls aged eight to 17 years will be full of useful tips and light refreshments. Golf equipment will be supplied, however, golfers are welcome to bring their own. The two TOO CLOSE TO CALL: Glen Tilley involved in a close measure. Night owls return to greens New season of Wednesday night bowls begins in Millicent ROUND 1 of the Millicent Night Owls began last Wednesday, with teams eager to show their skills. All players went to the green with enthusiasm. Red division WALKER Boys started off with a win against Sunnies taking out the night 28+4, from Wiggles 28+3,Grand Hotel 28+2, Sportsmans Hotel 27+8 and Cooper’s Clams 26+2. Blue division MACCA’S played well scoring four big ends amounting to 16 shots making them the victors 28+15, from the Bobcats who won the same amount Triple threat proves too strong at bowling club A TOTAL of 37 bowlers competed in the Mac Land Rover 2-4-2 at the Millicent Bowling Club last Thursday. The winning teams were Bruce Pettman and Ed Fitter with 29+3, finishing in a draw were the pairs of Derek Bowering and Phil Dowdell and Ray Thiele and Herb Henderson both scoring 30+0, Rod Horne and David Botting close behind with 30+1, Brentley Thomas and Peter Scanlon finishing with 31+1, and winning 12 ends each were Max Richards and Peter Varcoe (32+2) and Glenn Brown and Iain Campbell (32+3). The top three combinations were Malcolm McRobert and Ian Ross in third place with 34+9, Bill Fennell and Dennis Schultz came second with a score card of 34+13 and the day’s winning team was the triple of John Drew, Brian Atkinson and Wayne Burris who handed in a final score of 36+18. Bill Fennell and Rod Gibbs were the winners and Glen Brown and Peter Varcoe were runners-up up the 2-4-2 on Thursday, October 30. www.thesoutheasterntimes.com.au WINNERS ARE GRINNERS: Brian Atkinson (left), John Drew and Wayne Burris celebrate a good win. The South Eastern Times, Tuesday, November 11, 2014 - 17 of ends, but not the multiple shots 28+8, they were followed by one from Awesome Foursome 28+7. Next were Bushrangers 27+7, Tant Tigers 27+6 and Max’s Longhorns 27+2. White division BEANZ Team were lucky enough to draw the new team of Left Overs coming out the victors with a score of 28-0, from the Birdies also a new team 27 + 9 and another new team, Gizzies Crew, were very consistent with 27 + 3 followed by Lion Cubs and Bedford Butterflies. Touches competition AN impressive 17 touches were achieved between the Red division’s Try Hards and Sportmans Hotel Players. Maurie Puatti from Try Hard had five touches, as did Eric Marsh. Janine Clark from Bobcats in the Blue Division had four touches, and Graham Watson from the White Division team of Bits and Pieces managed three touches. hour sessions start at 10am, with the first one beginning Sunday, November 30. For more information contact Mary Winser on 0438 057 435. Summer mixed 8-ball results CLUB Game On Moles 6 d Sommery Suns 3; Club Bruisers 5 d Grand Pooh Baas 4; bye - Club Wanna B’s. Ladder Game On Moles 2 66.66 Bruisers 2 55.55 Pooh Baas 0 44.44 Suns Wanna B’s 0 0 33.33 0 Fun times are back with the summer season. Game On Moles and Bruisers coming out victors in the first round. This week will see the Suns travel to the grand to play the Pooh Baas and Game On hosting the Wanna B’s who were last year Premiers. The Bruisers have the rest.
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