The South Eastern Times : April 10th 2014
The South Eastern Times, Thursday, April 10, 2014 - 35 www.thesoutheasterntimes.com.au 35 SPORT MILLICENT and District Darts Association Round 9 results: Shed Raiders 16 d Hotshots 5; Bulls-eye’s 11 d Wannabee’s 10; Southend 13 d Guy’s and Gal’s 8; Mac Club bye. Ladder: Shed Raiders 14 points, 107pc; Southend 12, 104; Guy’s and Gal’s 8, 84; Mac Club 8, 78; Bulls- eye’s 8, 74; Wannabee’s 4, 59; Hotshots 0, 61. 140s: R. Todd, G. Bertram, V. McRostie, J. Taylor, D. Wilkes. High scores 120+: S. Bradley 138, 132, 125, 121; R. Todd 136; G. Bertram 135; M. Plunkett 134; D. Wilkes 132; C. Tidy 123; S. Tidy 121; A. Fuentes 121; P. McRostie 120. Pegs 50+: R. Todd 106; V. McRostie 72; A. Fuentes 70; B. Chapman 70; A. Redden 58, 56; P. Conlon 54; R. Potter 52. Low dart games: S. Bradley 24; A. Redden 24; V. McRostie 24; R. Todd 25. Doubles 601: J. Taylor and D. Wilkes 26. Team 1001: Shed Raiders 56. Darts details Uniting Church indoor bowls Golf results MILLICENT Golf Club women’s results: Wednesday stroke round – monthly medal, putting, IGA Supermarket Trophy, Round 1 International Bowl. A grade: Lana Barlow nett 74, Glenis Skeer 75, Kirsty Bailey 78, Helen Chilton 80, Mary Winser 81. B grade: Karen Altschwager 73 c/b, Julie McKenzie 73, Kathy Sporer 73, Val Williams 74, Mardi Sunderland 76. C grade: Sue Williams 72 c/b, Sharon Jarek 72, Barbara Sapiatzer 73, Colleen Hammat 79, Marg Baker 80 c/b. IGA Supermarket Trophy: Sue Williams 72 c/b. Nearest the pin: Mary Winser (3rd), Lana Barlow (13th). Long drives – A grade: Kirsty Bailey. B grade: Bronwyn Clarke. C grade: Sharon Jarek. Putting: Colleen Hammat 28 putts. Men MILLICENT Golf Club men’s results Thursday Masters Trophy – 18 hole winner: T. Atkinson 44 points, G Warren 39. Nine hole winner: T. Atkinson 21, I. Grosser 19. Nearest the pin: T. Chant (5th). Saturday April Fools’ Trophy, monthly medal – Overall winner: J. Seaman nett 67. A grade: P. Hunter 71, G. Cook 73 c/b. B grade: J. Seaman 67, M. Pilmore 70.a C grade: R. Pike 69, M. Fuentes 70. Women: J. Watson 39 points, B. Clarke 38. WITH winter setting in early all players had to adapt last weekend to slippery conditions, which led to some lower than expected scores. This weekend could see a repeat with wet conditions expected across the courts again for Round 3. Glencoe has the bye this weekend following a close battle with Mount Burr resulting in a draw. Mount Burr v Robe MOUNT Burr will have another tough week as it comes up against an in-form Roosters side. Sitting adjacent to each other in the middle of the ladder, at this early stage both teams will be looking to get a step up this week. Ebony Clark and Hayley Agnew combined well in goals last weekend and shot with great precision. They will need to continue to increase their strike rate this weekend as they come up against the tight defence and strong rebounding of Robe’s Chloe Dawson and Kimberley Austin who will make the most of any missed shots. Heidi Clark and Megan Thiele are quick in defence at the other end of the court for the Burr also and will apply plenty of pressure to Kate Shubert and Hayley Smart as they feed the ball into their goalies. If Keeley Mason and Felicity Carter shoot with their usual form this weekend they will make it very tough for the Mozzies. Given the passion and desire of both these sides to remain within sight of the top four, this will be the match of the round, but Robe will take the points in a close contest. Hatherleigh v Kongorong WITH a slow start to the season for the Hawks who have had one week on followed by the bye, the Eagles will look to capitalise and move forward with strength in the competition. The Hawks have some new combinations which they will look to settle this week with Kaylah Earl and Sarah Lucas working well together in defence and Tabatha Sanderson and Ash Sturges setting up their opportunities in attack. Samantha Allen has been a handy recruit for the Hawks also as she drives with strength into her team’s attack line to maximise scoring opportuni- ties. She will have her work cut out this weekend as she comes up against Caitlyn Smith who defends with strength for the Eagles. She is ably supported by Georgina Brooks who never lets a rebound go. Through the centre court the battle between Erin Watson and Courtney Pink will be fierce with both players attacking the ball hard. The Eagles will take the points this weekend, but the Hawks never give up a win without a fight. Continued page 31 MAKE IT THREE: Hatherleigh’s Georgina Brooks will take to the court against Kongorong on Saturday seeking a third win for the Eagles. JUDITH Walker has taken out the opening round of the Hatherleigh women’s golf season with a win in the par round competition finishing square to the card at the end of play. Marilyn Bellinger finished runner- up, 2-down while Walker also claimed nearest the pin on the ninth hole at a ferret on the fourth. Janette Grant claimed the monthly medal for February with a nett 51 with Walker runner-up on nett 53, also claiming nearest the pin on the seventh hole. Pat Egan has taken out the stableford event held in March with 37 points, ahead of Annie MacLennan on 35. Grant managed a ferret on the 12th hole and claimed nearest the pin on the fifth. A stroke and putting competition was also held in March with Egan again claiming the honours. Egan managed a nett 54 for the stroke competition, winning on a countback from Grant. She also finished with 28 putts to claiming the putting competition managed a birdie ferret on the sev- enth hole and a ferret on the 11th. The final competition for March was the stroke and monthly medal with MacLennan taking the honours with a nett 52 ahead of Bellinger on a countback from Grant on nett 54. MacLennan managed a ferret on the 17th while Walker knocked in a birdie ferret on the ninth. MacLennan continued her good form with a win in the opening round for April with 3-up in the par round. Val Clark was runner-up and also claimed nearest the pin on the ninth hole. Walker wins par round Bellinger blitzes at Beachport MARILYN Bellinger has blitzed the field, breaking her handicap on the way to a nett 65 to claim the monthly medal at the Beachport Golf Club. In perfect conditions 22 players took to the course for the stroke competition in the first monthly medal as well as the first round of the International Bowl. In the A grade Kaye Best continued her good form with a nett 70, breaking her handicap for the second week in a row, ahead of Pat Egan with nett 77. The Nearest to the Pin for the A Grade on the sixth green was Sue Wheal while the best putter on the day also went to Best with 26 putts. In the B grade Bellinger came in with the winning score of Nett 65, with her new golf clubs obviously working a treat. The runner up was Julie Howe with a nett 70 on a count back from Wendy Atkinson. Howe also hit the nearest second shot to the ninth green with a nice tee shot and follow-up chip. The B graders with the least putts were Bellinger and Atkinson, both with 29 putts. Bellinger was also crowned winner of the first round of the International Bowl. Team Wins Loss Points B. Turner/G. Hinton 3 0 38 C. Turner/M. Heinrich/F. Har 2 1 24 E. Sinclair/P. Wells 2 1 23 M. Dawson/J. Osmand/T. Heinrcih 1 2 24 S. Brownlaw/J. Watson/P. Packer 1 2 15 R. Rolfe/ D. MacFarlane 0 3 12 TAMMY AULD Roosters to get over the line in a close one BEACHPORT TIDE TIMES Thursday 10 0602am 0.5 1005pm 0.9 - - - - Friday 11 0600am 0.5 1158am 0.8 0526am 0.7 1051pm 0.9 Saturday 12 0559am 0.5 1148am 0.9 0548pm 0.6 1121pm 1 Sunday 13 0556am 0.5 1200pm 1 0615pm 0.6 1147pm 1 WEATHER FOR MILLICENT Thursday Max 21°C Min 14°C Rain Chance of Rain - 80% Friday Max 22°C Min 14°C Showers Chance of Rain - 90% Saturday Max 22°C Min 13°C Showers Chance of Rain - 50% Sunday Max 21°C Min 11°C Possible Shower Chance of Rain - 80% Monday Max 19°C Min 11°C Possible Shower Chance of Rain - 90% Thursday 10th Sunrise 6:30 Sunset 5:49 Friday 11th Sunrise 6:31 Sunset 5:47 Saturday 12th Sunrise 6:32 Sunset 5:46 Sunday 13th Sunrise 6:33 Sunset 5:44 ROBE TIDE TIMES Thursday 10 0614am 0.5 1017pm 0.9 - - - - Friday 11 0612am 0.5 1210pm 0.8 0538pm 0.7 1103pm 0.9 Saturday 12 0611am 0.5 1200pm 0.9 0600pm 0.6 1133pm 1 Sunday 13 0608am 0.5 1212pm 1 0627pm 0.6 1159pm 1 638719 Thursday Winds East to southeasterly 10 to 15 knots turning southerly 15 to 20 knots in the afternoon. Seas Around 1 metre, increasing to 1 to 1.5 metres by early evening. Swell Southwesterly 1 to 1.5 metres. Friday Winds Southerly 15 to 20 knots. Seas 1.5 metres. Swell Southwesterly 1.5 to 2 metres. Thursday Cloudy. Widespread rain developing early in the morning, easing to areas of rain during the evening. Winds east to southeasterly and light becoming southerly in the evening then increasing to 15 to 20 km/h in the late evening. Overnight temperatures falling to around 13 with daytime temperatures reaching the low 20s. Friday Cloudy. Scattered showers easing to isolated showers in the evening. Winds southerly 20 to 30 km/h. Overnight temperatures falling to around 13 with daytime temperatures reaching the low 20s. Saturday Cloudy. Isolated showers becoming scattered near the coast. Winds southerly 15 to 20 km/h turning southwesterly 20 to 30 km/h during the morning. Overnight temperatures falling to around 13 with daytime temperatures reaching the low 20s.
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