Sport

Isis bowls and golf notes

BOWLS

Isis

RESULTS of games played at the Isis Bowls Club:

Games played Tuesday, October 15 - M. Bolderson, D. Haley def B. McKenzie, A. Ritchie 31-8; B. Winzar, G. Summers def D. Saunders, G. Daw 21-17; J. Gibson, B. Gibson def K. Mueller, B. Rayner 23-20; J. Short, D. Jones def B. Renouf E. Essery 27-16.

Thursday, October 17 - B. McKenzie, T. Williamson-Gleich, R. Clements def M. Bolderson, J. West, C. Bolderson 19-14; N. Munkman, J. Formosa, B. Cowan def C. Behrend, D. Haley, J. Short 21-16; B. Rodgers, D. Williamson-Gleich, D. Jones def P. Fuller, B. Rayner, K. Vandemaal 20-19.

Sunday, October 20 - J. Pascoe, Boriaz, D. Haley def Jarretts, M. Bolderson, 35-9; M. Green, N. Munkman, R. Clements def M. Green, P. Jackson, J. Short 18-17; D. Williamson-Gleich, C. Bolderson def D. Saunders, B. Cowan 23-17; P. Fuller, K. Vandemaal def R. Sandi?, T. Williamson-Gleich 23-20 and winning Rink.

Well done over the week, we had 54 mixed bowlers playing over the seven days.

Let's keep it up.

Tip of the week: Stay down throughout the delivery.

Resist the temptation to get up to quickly as this will lead to short bowls.

Isis Central Mill

RESULTS of games played at the Isis Central Mill Bowls Club:

Wednesday results - M. Campbell, P. Duffy, B. Ryan def S. Campbell, E. Hartwig, O. Grabe 27-22; B. Hesse, L. Hesse def B. Hesse, J. Rann 24-14.

Sunday Social - S. Campbell, B. Wilkins def Nan, B. Hesse 21-14; M. Campbell, M. Wilkins drew with B. Dougall, E. Crowe 10-all.

Competition results - A Singles: K. Rayner def B. Ryan 26-21.

B Singles: D. Hennessey def M. Clarke 27-8; E. Hartwig def L. Hesse 25-20.

Mixed Singles: B. Anderson def G. Stanley 25-15.

Competition Call Saturday, October 26 - B Singles: B. Anderson V S. Findlay, marker N. Hartwig.

A Singles: D. Johnson v B. Wilkins, marker J. Rann.

Consistency singles: K. Findlay v E. Hartwig, marker P. Duffy; M. Clarke v D. Hennessey, marker P. Spokes; G. Stanley v M. Wilkins, marker R. Phillips.

Sunday, October 27 - B Singles: B. Wilkins v R. Storer, marker L. Hesse.

Woodgate

RESULTS of games played at the Woodgate Bowls Club:

Tuesday, October 15 - Ladies Social: C. Rogasch, G. Lenz, A. Van Der Loos def D. Richmond, D. Benson, K. Henderson 27 - 20; J. Kirby, J. Mita, C. Hoffman def J. West, M. Ibbertson, J. Mewett 21 - 20; S. Blanch, S. Renouf, H. Haeusler def L. Cosgrove, M. Boundy, R. Love 33 - 7; S. Loydell, L. Mattson, G. Newby def Z. Watson, A. Winzar, Y. Turner 18 - 17.

Ladies Novice Consistency Singles: E. Bell def M. Moore 156 - 144.

Wednesday, October 16 - Men's Social: J. Frampton, B. Rayner, G. Summers def J. Freeman, P. Williams, G. Loydell 29 - 6; T. Coombs, K. Murphy, R. Cosgrove def K. Clarke, E. Soesman, R. Winzar 18 all on ends won; G. Haynes, N. Freezey, B. Gibson def K. Andrews, B. Renouf, R. Bunn 24 - 18; P. Mullins, G. Mewett, E. McCaffrey def G. Bishop, S. Boundy, D. Firth 26 - 17; A. Ritchie, G. Weir, K. Blanch def Jesse, G. Madsen, M. Strano 20 - 15; J. Russo, M. Williams, A. Griffiths def T. O'Shea, R. Cu, P. West 25 - 14; W. Nelson, R. Hoffman def J. Johnson, R. Royan 21 all on ends won; L. Hayden, A. McKinnon, I. Todd def A. Holzheimeir, W. Benson, E. Giddins 20 - 16; N. Loder, J. Cheers, I. Kirby def J. Harbourne, N. Blair, T. Williams 25 - 16; R. Treacy, G. Turner, R. Henderson def Rappard, K. Kelly, M. Van Der Loos 25 - 12; K. Geaney, J. Reeves, H. Rappard def G. Ibbertson, D. Slith, J. Daniels 31 - 17.

Friday, October 18 - Mixed Pairs: G. Summers, B. Gibson def R. Hanson, A. Newman 14 - 7; P. Sams, A. Rowe def N. Loder, G. Silverthorne 21 - 11; B. Mann, R. Henderson def B. Walsh, C. Hall 21-3; K. Harris, R. Ayres def R. Whitaker, N. Wood Bradley 15 - 13; B. Woodland, T. Stehbens def R. Hill, P. Harding 15 - 8; M. Strano, R. Parella def G. Rossmalen, D. Firth 20 - 8; J. Jardine, I. McCracken def S. Buffier, R. Williams 13 - 7; D. Howard, G. Howard def R. Weir, R. Cosgrove 13 - 10; A. McKinnon, M. Williams def H. Betteridge, A. Krushka 15 - 10; D. Redman, D. Balchin def M. Kitto, G. Flegg 18 - 5; M. Kelly, G. Madsen def G. Weir, K. Kelly 26 - 9; J. Walsh, T. Williams def P. Thorogood, J. Clark 14 - 10; C. Hoffman, R. Hoffman def R. Bishop, J. Bishop 21 - 5; M. Stauffer, H. Stauffer def G. Mewett, J. Mewett 15 - 12; L. Mattson, R. Byrnes def I. Todd, A. Taylor 12 - 8.

October 19 and 20 - Woodgate Invitation Classic Men's Fours.

Thirty-two teams (128 bowlers) from local and district clubs and clubs as far South as the Gold Coast, Brisbane District, Sunshine Coast and Toowoomba, west to Blackwater, Biloela and Moura and north to Gladstone travelled to Woodgate to compete.

Team members included Australian and state representatives Rob Parrella, Sean Baker and Kurt Brown.

Winning team. Skip Graham Kath (Toowoomba) (Caloundra), Kev Smith, Jeff Gees (Kingaroy) and John Jardine (Moore Park).

Runners Up. Skip Keith Pittaway, Rob Pershouse, Viv Sauer, Glen Parkins (Bargara).

Third. Skip Peter Johnson (Kawana), Blackie (Ferny Grove), Ray Williams (Kawana), Steve Buffer (Gladstone).

Fourth. Team skip Lee Fitzhenry (Rainbow Beach). Fifth. Skip Darren McCracken (Tantitha), Sixth. Skip Rob Parrella (Helens Vale).

Seventh. Skip Al Johnson (Hervey Bay). Eighth. Skip Keith Lindsay (Caloundra).

Day 1 Winner. Skip Garry Flegg (Maroochy). Day 2 Winner Mick Tobin (Tantitha).

GOLF

Men

PAUL and Tracy Bartlett were sponsors for an American foursomes which was played last Saturday.

Paul and Tracy are right up there when it comes to selflessly donating their time and money in support of our local club.

Winners were Kev Savage and Bob Champney.

A long list to follow were Roger and Cynthia Draper, Dave and Robyn Robinson, Neale Mittelheuser and Will Martell, Allan Royan and Geoff Jarrett, Damo and Ando, Norm and Val Plath, Jack Smith and Peter Hutton.

Plenty of pin shots were on offer as well, these went to W. Martell, R. Draper, J. Cartner, F. Dowling, Damo, and C. Draper.

This Saturday is a club day with a single stableford being played.

A good chance for the match plays to be completed. In the singles T. Dann V Bill Kingston and C. Dowling V L. Pershouse.

Please also remember the greens renovation is on this Sunday morning at 7am.

Bring along all those things this Sunday that you were going to bring last Sunday.

Many hands make light work.

Women

CORALIE Volgyesi scored a very positive plus 7 to win the par competition held last Thursday, with Joan Wright second on plus 2.

This Thursday the captain has planned an Irish competition which will be explained as further research is carried out.

On Saturday, the Paul and Tracey sponsored American Foursomes saw women share in the spoils with results in the men's section of the notes.

This Saturday in conjunction with the men we play a single stableford competition for club trophies.

Members are again urged to attend the postponed working bee for Sunday, helping in appropriate ways.

Juniors

IT was a big weekend for junior golf last week with the October monthly medal being played.

Cooper Burns was successful in the nine hole division with a Nett 37.

He was two shots in front of Zane Fitzgerald, Curtis Fredriksen and Sophie Martell all with Nett 39.

Sophie putted well to win least Putts with 18 Putts.

This was Cooper's first nine hole monthly medal and the start of a very successful weekend for him.

In the six hole division several players played well.

None more so than Kaitlyn Carige who had a nett 17 to win comfortably from her big brother Damon who had a nett 23.

Well done the Carige family.

Amara Burns and Wesley Hinton were equal on 15 putts with Amara winning on countback.

On Sunday several players played in the Maryborough Junior Open.

In the six hole division it was a Burns family whitewash.

Amara Burns taking out the Greg Norman Nett winner and the six hole overall nett winner in the six hole girl's division. Amara also won the six hole putting competition.

In the boy's six hole division Cooper Burns continued on his winning ways.

He was the nett runner up for the Greg Norman Foundation and was the overall gross runner up.

In the nine hole division Zane Fitzgerald was joint gross runner up in division 2.

Zane is getting very close to putting together a very good score in the near future.

Well done all.

Mitchell Anderson played well in the 18 hole even and won nearest the pin on the 11th hole.

Next week will be the October round of Chip and Putt all play starts at 7.30am Saturday morning.

Isis Vets

THE VIP Monthly Stroke and Round 5 of the Jan Mungomery Salver competition drew a very large field, with 4 visitors from Bargara included. All players should be congratulated on finishing their rounds in similar times.

Michael Stanton played under his handicap to score 65 nett and win A Division from Nigel Radin, runner-up on 68, Bill Herring 2nd runner-up on 69, on a countback from Dave Robinson, 3rd runner-up.

Jack Smith's outstanding nett 63 to win B Division was just 1 stroke better than runner-up Ed Connell (both players beware the anonymous handicapper).

Peter Hutton's 68 earned him 2nd runner-up, while Kev Denham had to survive a countback to claim 3rd runner-up on 69 - all very impressive scores.

Coralie Volgyesi continues to challenge the handicapper scoring nett 66 to win the women's competition from runner-up Joan Wright on 70, on a countback from 2nd runner-up Marg Dennett, with Val Plath 3rd runner-up on 72.

Monica Madsen won the women's nearest the pin approach, her second shot 1.7m from the hole, while Len Stallard casually put his second shot in the hole to win the men's approach.

Jack Smith (30 nett) led the nine hole Chook Run winners, followed by Ron Denny (31), Ray Burrows, Michael Stanton (32), Marg Dennett, Col Dennett, Peter Hutton and Ed Connell (33) on spins.

Next week at noon we play a single stableford.

A reminder that the postponed working bee is on Sunday from 7am onwards.

Childers Social

DUE to the planned coring of the Isis greens, a few members journeyed to Fraser Lakes Club to join their Social Club in 18 holes of challenging golf, given the work taking place there to improve the course.

Bill Kirchhof fared best of the visitors coming second with Ed Connell third.

Marg Dennett, Len Stallard and Paul McCarragher collected pinshot and approach wins.

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