The South Eastern Times : June 10th 2014
16 SPORT Big turn out for Scott’s 2-4-2 MILLICENT Bowling Club members competed in the Scott’s Group of Companies 2-4-2 competition on Thursday. Club president Derk Piertersma reported the passing of Bob Foster, a generous sponsor to the club. More than 40 bowlers attended the competition to show thanks to the Foster family for their support. Piertsma presented the belated “8 badges” to Bill Fennell, Peter Saunders, Fay Richards and Ed Fitter (absent), the badges were earned in the division 5 team in the 2013 to 2014 season. Winning the day was the pair of Wayne Burris and Dell Parsons (33+11), with the triples team of Graham Parsons, Alby Cecotti and John Scudds (33+9) finishing as runners-up. Other winning combinations were Rosalie Burdon and Carl Schapel (32+8), Jan Buhlmann and Denis Clifford (32+5), Ray Doeke and Phil Dowdell (31+8), Heather Carthew and Ian Ross (31+6), Jim Campbell and Jim Godden (31+5), Peter Saunders, Mary Campbell and Derk Pietersma (31+5), Max Richards and David Crase (30+7), Alan Strother and Terry Barnes (29+5) and a draw was played between the teams of Lyn Scudds and Glen Schapel (19+20) and Peter Hyland and Marino Gandolfi (21+20). Although not appearing in the winner’s, the team of Adriana Ross and Neil Whelan had an eight on the second end of their contest. RUNNERS-UP: Scott’s Petroleum Runners-up Alby Cecotti (left) John Scudds and Graham Parsons. WINNERS: Scott’s Petroleum 2-4-2 winners Dell Parsons and Wayne Burris. CELEBRATE: ‘8 award’ winners Adriana Ross and Neil Whelan. From back page Down by four goals at half time, MSEFL did not score its first goal until the 11 minute mark of the second half when Jaryd Dawson kicked truly. It was a game best forgotten by the MSEFL although it did give coach, Jeff Medhurst something to work on. Game 2 THE Western Border led the KNTFL by 11-points at the main change and looked every inch the winner. But in the second half, Western Border players to a man could not get their hands on the ball and goals from Tim Harkness, Jake McGrice, Matt Gill and Neil Mid South East players called up for state championships Game 3 Reeve gave the KNTFL a comfortable 16-point victory. REVENGE was sweet for the MSEFL in the third qualifying game.......and it was a long time coming. The 2-point win by the MSEFL was its first success over the KNTFL for 21 years although it was not enough to earn a grand final berth. Game 4 - grand final TWO late first half goals by Brent Howard and Dylan Ayton eased the early deficit the Western Border faced against a determined KNTFL outfit and only 2-points separated the two sides at the break. In the second half, the lead changed four times and scores were level once as the championship quite literally could have gone either way. In a hectic finish, James Dixon and Matt Willson scored a behind each to give the KNTFL a 2-point win. Carnival awards KNTFL on-baller, Ben McIntyre was named Player-of-the-Carnival for two oustanding efforts in the qualifying rounds. He followed up with a best-onground performance in the grand final, although the award had already been determined. McIntyre was also named as the KNTFL’s best player while the Under 21 award for the KNTFL was won by ruckman, Patrick Baker. The MSEFL best player awards went to Ben Mules and Jack Dawe (Under 21) and for the Western Border, Elliot King and Brad Bryant (Under 21). Murray South East Zone training squad MSEFL: Clint Gallio, Jack Dawe, Tom Edwards, Zacc Cocks, Dylan Bromley, Ben Mules, Will Macdonald, Nick Cane. WBFL: Brent Howard, Elliot King, Steve Duldig, Brock Egan, Nick Blachut, Jayden Eldridge, Nat Robbins, Brad Bryant, Dylan Ayton, Simon Berkefeld, Daron McElroy, Brett Exelby, Tom MILLICENT GOLF CLUB RESULTS Thursday, June 5: Stableford Masters Trophy. Field: 27. Overall winners: S. Coote 40 points c/b, R. Stephens 40, T. Bowering 39. 9 hole winners B. Duldig 21 c/b, S. Coote c/b 21, R. Stephens 21 c/b. Nearest the pin: J. Seaman (5th). Saturday, June 7: Stableford. Field: 20 Overall winner: S. Varcoe 40. A grade: P. Penny 37 c/b, O. Merrett 37. B grade: S. Varcoe 40, K. Baker 36. 16 - The South Eastern Times, Tuesday, June 10, 2014 C grade: R. Thompson 35. Birdies: H. Coote, P. Whitford, H. Coote. Nearest the pin: G. Warren (5th), H. Coote (13th), I. Greenwood (17th). Nearest for three on nine (C grade): R. Thompson. Nearest for two on 18 (all grades): P.Hunter Women’s Stableford. Field: 2 Winner: B. Turner 33 points. Millicent Golf Club Ladies results Wednesday, June 4: Stroke Monthly Medal, 3rd Round International Bowl, IGA Trophy. Field: 23. 9 hole winner: V. Williams 35 1/2 A grade: V. Williams 69, G. Skeer 76, K. Bailey 79, S. Agnew 80, L. Barlow 80. B grade: L. Lambert 79 c/b, M. Warneke 79, C. Cory 82, J. McKenzie 83, K. Sporer 85. C grade: B. Sapiatzer 79, J. vanderHeul, B, Turner 87, M. Baker 89, C. Hammat 89. Nearest the pin: V, Williams (3rd), Kirsty Bailey (13th). IGA Trophy: Val Williams. www.thesoutheasterntimes.com.au Holmes. KNTFL: Matt Gill, Tim Harkness, Jake McGrice, Matt Willson, James Dixon, Matt Merrett, Ben McIntyre, Ray Jaensch, Adam Merrett, James Turner, Hugo Dragemuller. Complaint lodged IN other MSEFL news, a complaint has been lodged regarding the alleged actions of a club official during a recent roster match. MSEFL secretary, Naomi Mitchell said the league had followed due process and referred the complaint to its investigation’s officer, Rob Dycer. “He will submit a report to the MSEFL executive committee and it will consider his recommendation,” Mrs Mitchell said.
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