Sports Results throughout the area


Tea Gardens Runners

At the All Schools State Cross-Country in Sydney 18.7.14.
8-9yrs Girls Primary 2kms: Lilly-Ann White
Finished 28th in 9m01 (78 Starters). 2nd for the Hunter.
14yrs Boys 4kms: Luke Rochester
Finished 47th in 16m24 (88 Starters). 3rd for the Hunter.
15yrs Boys 4kms: Tate Bruinsma
Finished 23rd in 15m04 (96 Starters). 1st for the Hunter.
17yrs Girls 4kms: Ellie Gooch
Finished 29th in 18m24 (80 Starters). 1st for the Hunter.
Good running by all four members of Tea Gardens Runners considering the very strong wind and the cold.
Our next run at the Lookout will be the Fun Run on Sunday 27th of July. Walkers, Joggers and Runners are all welcome.


Tea Gardens Men’s Bowls

Unfortunately the weather influenced the number of events played this week.
The scheduled first and second rounds of the Minor Club Singles were washed out and have now been deferred a week to Saturday 26 and Sunday 27 July.
The usual Club Triples game was completed despite some rain interruptions, with 48 bowlers attending.
The results for Wednesday 16 July saw the overall winning combination of Peter Jones, Les Beggs and Barry Goode, holding off John Bushell, Bob Weir and Bill Whalan.
Through the generosity of the organisers, two lucky draws for third were awarded to Barry Lakeman , (The legend is back), Col Amos and David Rimmer plus George Winter, Ray Sullivan and Merv Mills. By ‘The Jaffa’.

Tea Gardens Women’s Bowls

Tuesday July 15th:- Winners – R.Webster, B.Stephens & D.Page.
Thursday July 17th :-
We had a special day to honour our late member Lorna Brennan.
Lorna was a Life Member of the club and had served on all Committees over many years.
She also won all the Championships and was a member of 3 Winning Pennant Sides.
Willing to advise and help new players she will always be remembered as a cheerful and talented member who is very sadly missed.
Her son donated trophies and a beautiful cake and he and his partner attended the lunch.
Winners:- C.Haden, V.Gray & N.Jackson
Second:- M.Smith, B.Rhodes &W.Jones


Hawks Nest Bridge Club

AGM. Our AGM is on Friday 22 August. More information on the roles carried out by committee members will be circulated in the next few days. The committee assures you that last year’s commitment to give Members early advice on nominations will be honoured.
Benefit day for the Myall Dolphins. There were 11½ tables at $10 a player; so a good outcome for a very worthy cause.
HNBC programme.
Friday 25 July GNOT round 2 – again gold points. Friday August 1st & 2nd Paul Lavings’ workshop. Friday 22 August HNBC Annual General Meeting
Club Results. Monday 7 July – Howell. 1, Trish Thatcher & Michael Parfait, 2 Marcia Dane & Bill Taylor, 3 Gordon Morrison & Rex Stoessiger. Handicap Marcia Dane & Bill Taylor
Friday 18 July. N/S 1 Jo & John Younghusband, 2 Peter Parrett & Adrian Ryan, 3 Michael Parfait & Rex Stoessiger. E/W 1 Margaret Rowden & Beth Milne, 2 Chez Rands & Leslie Falla, 3 Pamela & Breton Gibbs. Handicap Peter Parrett & Adrian Ryan


Bulahdelah Golf Club

Our golf results for the weekend are,
Wednesday 16/7/2014- Ladies Golf winner –D. Graham. Thursday 17/7/2014 Veterans Golf Winner – O.Hickey. Runner Up – L.Griffis.
Saturday 19/7/2014 Single Stableford sponsored by Bulahdelah Golf Club. Winner – N.Honnor. Runner up – T.Ireland. $10.00 Golf all day Monday to Friday. Visitors welcome.

Hawks Nest Veteran Golfers

Results 15-Jul-14
‘A’ Grade Ashbridge, Dennis 43. Bramma, Phil 43 . Rutter, Jim 40. ‘B’ Grade. Carmody, Frank 47 . Ryan, Adrian 52. Green , Richard 58.
Nearest the pins. ‘A’ Grade. 3rd Holeb Stewart, Ron. 5th Hole Stewart, Ron-Birdie. 10th Hole Bournon, Chris-Birdie. 16th Hole Rutter, James

Myall Coast Vets Golf Results

7/17/2014 Event Split 6 Stableford.
1st Kevin WILLIAMS and Kevin CLEMENS 76pts. 2nd Jeff CHAPMAN and Peter HOWARD 72pts. 3rd Denis DOWNIE and Robert SIMMONS 63pts. 4th Albert ADAMSON and Geoff BARTIER 62pts. 5th Bruce PEARSON and Darrell PETERS 62pts
NTP 10th Hole A Grade Terry Hoolahan
B Grade A Watson
C Grade A Adamson
NTP 16th Hole A Grade Peter Gurney
B Grade Ian Raine


Karuah Roosroos

WITH only 3 games remaining until the Finals the Karuah Roos went down to Gloucester last weekend 52 to 28 in a surprising defeat.

It was a very tough and hard game fought by both sides, however Gloucester seemed to want it “a little bit more”.
Tries were scored by 1 each to Daniel Evans, Jordan Cobb, Josh Page and Josh also kicked 4 goals and Ryan Saunders got 2 tries.
Players player went to1st Ryan Saunders ,2nd Daniel Evans, 3rd Jackson Page, Man on the Hill Jon-Roy Clarke and Coaches Award Trent Saunders.
Home game this week against Abermain 2pm kick off on Saturday 26th July it will be our Women in League round with a bucket going around the game and the proceeds will go to Ovarian Cancer Research.
So please come and watch the boys and support this great cause.

Tea Gardens Hawks

Tea Gardens continued their dismal away form, going down by 20 points to 10 at Malabulla on Saturday. Wet conditions did not suit the Hawks, however discipline issues and unforced errors were their downfall. The Hawks dominated positional play in the early stages, before a length of the field try from Malabulla broke the deadlock. A further 2 tries had the home side out to a 14 nil lead at the break. An early try to Aaron Waters got the Hawks back in the game, before a lapse in structure on the left wing saw Malabulla out to 18-4. Brooke Roach scored a leaders try, before Malabulla kicked a penalty goal from one of twenty awarded to them. Best for the Hawks were John Schultz who picked up 3 awards, and David Edmonds. Matt Gilbert took the ball up strongly, supported by Nic Lagudi and Brooke Roach. The Hawks are at home to fifth place West Wallsend on Saturday. The game will kick off at 2:30, following the Myall River Juniors. It is a” must win” game to keep a top three position in the semi finals.
Five games of Junior League, saw results go the Hawks way 4 to 1. A feature of the “Tea Gardens fencing” 6’s game against Malabulla was Dallas Stokes’ first try. The “Masonic Lodge” nines continued to improve with a strong game against Malabulla. The “Tea Gardens BP” 11’s scored their first win of the season. Tries to Patrick Nickle, Billy Watt and Riley Kerry. Zane Ridley scored two tries in the higher age group after a full game in the nines. Zane Pietsch also backed up to support the 11’s. The “JR Richards” 13’s won a nail-biter in the next game. Brent Johnson scored a last minute try to clinch a 14 point to eleven win. The win elevates the team to 3rd spot, ensuring a position in the semi-finals. The “Country Club” 16’s were defeated by competition leaders, Muswellbrook by 42 points to 4. The team has re grouped, and played a strong game. A spokes person for Myall River said that the Club had received a petition from supporters to the League, requesting an explanation for the teams 2014 grading.
The Myall River Juniors are at home this Saturday, with the 6 year side kicking of at 9am.
The day will see a “Super Saturday” of League at Myall Park with six games to be played.
A “donate to Curtis” appeal will be held. Curtis Landers is a Junior League player, severely injured in a Group 3 match earlier in the season.

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