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SPORT BOWLS GOLF CITY BOWLS CLUB: April 15 - 10am. Autumn Classic three bowl pairs (mixed or otherwise). $400 in prizemoney. Play will be 7 games of 7 ends. $20 entry includes lunch. Board is now open but please note that the field is limited to 16 teams only. April 22 - 1pm. Laser Electrical jackpot pairs. Self-selected pairs. Jackpot went off last time so the pot is $100. Board is now open for names/ teams. April 25 - 12.30pm. ANZAC Day play for the Legacy Shield. Self-selected triples. Board is now open for names/teams. Remember, for all events, if you are not in a team and wish to play, please put your name up as a spare and we will try and place you in a team. Coaching by club coaches Graham Healy and Jim Cosgrove is conducted each Tuesday from 2 to 3.30pm. This is free for club members while non-members may incur a small fee. Roll-ups are also welcome. Results of championship play - A grade singles M. Bianchi d. R. Moor. B grade singles D. Wall d. D. Schultz. Novice singles J. Fisher d. R. Vosper. Wednesday winners R. Griffin and Macca Mc- Millan. Round 2 of the RDO Challenge will be held at City Club on Saturday, May 26. The team will be selected in the next few weeks. - Mick Bianchi. CROWS NEST: April 4 - First place Jamie Keane, Andrew Tabor, Brian Gleeson and Jay Hevers, runners-up Jim Walcroft, Esbert Ehrlich, George Brady and Les Chikos. March 30 - Grand final B singles Andrew Tabor d. Shane Case in a close game. Congratulations Andrew. Club triples Kerry Lovell, Roger Brashaw and Howard Cornwell d. Ray Weis, Bill Perry and Pat Knowles. April 1 - Crows Nest Bakery Day was won by Lachlan Barnes, Mick Chandler and Les Chikos, runners-up Tony Ryan and Alan Greenwood. Many thanks to the Crows Nest Bakery for their continued and thoughtful support. April 15 - Club sponsored bowls. April 22 - Club sponsored bowls. The next management committee meeting of the club is scheduled Sunday, April 15, at 9.30am in the clubhouse. New bowlers and visitors are always welcome at the Crows Nest Bowls Club. Contact Gary on bakescrowsnest@live.com.au or on 4698 2197. GottaLoveBowls! - Gary Baker. TOOWOOMBA CITY: April 11 - Team for West Toowoomba M. Frappel, J. May, L. Marshall and S. Martin. April 20 - Competition call championship singles S. Martin v. M. Frappell. Marker T. Jones. J. May v. K. Beanham. Marker B. Borey. Final B grade - L. Marshall v. C. Lippi. Marker H. Moore. Next quarterly meeting April 20. - Helen Moore. TOOWOOMBA BOWLS CLUB: March 28 - Club triples competition winners J. McHugh, I. Frame and A. Dean. April 3 - Open jackpot pairs winners V. Smith and C. Smith. Jackpot not won. April 10 - Open jackpot pairs competition mixed or otherwise. Commence 1pm. Jackpot $88. Office S. Tickner and T. Woods. April 11 - Club triples competition. Commence 9am. Office F. Francis and J. Webb. Place names on sheet or phone 4632 3174 for both these events. Championship pairs results and draw - R. Taylor and J. Weir to play R. Wirth and P. Radcliffe. Results - R. Stewart and L. Rassmussen d. B. Maguire and B. Meadowcroft. B grade singles championship draw J. McHugh to play I. Farr. Championship singles R. Stewart to play B. Stubbs and C. Forbes to play R. Taylor. Practice and coaching every Monday and Thursday 3.30pm to 5.30pm. Anyone interested in day trip to Gold Coast Australian for Australian Open Championships on a date to be announced in June. Place name on sheet in club. - Mike Kelly. OAKEY: April 7 - Champion pairs G. Sprott/P. Wolski d. M. Hall/M. Bradford. Senior singles S. Cosgrove d. A. Jackson. Consolation singles E. Dornbusch d. N. Byers. Competition called for April 14 - Champion pairs R. Stewart/I. Groves v. K. Ciesiolka/L. Fanning. Play, sub or forfeit. Club pairs N. Byers/S. Cosgrove v. W. Gesler/P. Rudken, P. Wolski/M. Bradford v. D. Pokarier/S. Bradford. B singles K. Pickering v. M. Hall (D. Dreyer). April 21 - Club pairs R. Henry/L. Fanning v. M. Hall/B. Lucht. Triples V. Rush, D. Barfield and B. Burke v. M. Bradford, I. Hedge and P. Rudken. April 28 - Champion pairs semi-finals. Play, sub or forfeit. April 22 - Club selected mixed or otherwise three bowl pairs sponsored by the Lady Bowlers. 12.30pm start. Visitors most welcome. Names on the board please. - Sam Lorrimer. DDLBA: April 9 - DDLBA management meeting at 9am. April 12 - Toowoomba Show Holiday. April 13 - Nominations close for the DDLBA prestige fours. April 19 - One-day DDLBA prestige fours to be held at Pittsworth. M/T 8.30am. play 9am. April 30 - DDLBA management meeting at 9am. - Joyce McGeorge. To advertise phone 4615 4416 NORTH TOOWOOMBA LADIES - Competition results consistency singles S. McManus d. H. Gscheidle. B grade singles final was a very hard fought game, going over three hours - D. Allison d. J. Mitchell. Congratulations to both players, a very good game to watch. Competition and social tomorrow, Wednesday, at 9am. Championship triples tomorrow, all day play. Morning games J. Baldock, L. Blaine, S. McManus v. D. Allison, G. Siebenhausen, S. Chard. L. Mott, P. Graham, T. Smith v. L. Graham, T. Thomas, V. Mahony. Afternoon games winners of S. McManus/S. Chard v. S. Morrow, F. Dornbusch, J. Pauli and winners of T. Smith/V. Mahony v. S. Jensen, B. Williams, J. Allen-Best. Congratulations to Joy, Julia, Theresa, Del, Sue and Lorraine for being chosen in the DDLBA squad of 14 players to play in the Queensland Districts Sides competition at Sunshine Coast May 9-12. Don’t forget three-bowl open pairs (any combo) at home April 28. Nine games of six ends or 30 mins, starting at 9am. Over $1000 in prize money. Roster this Friday - Team 1 Del, Val M, Rosalie. - Reynelde Bradford. OAKEY LADIES: Today, Tuesday, is our monthly meeting at 8.30am. Social bowls to follow. Last week’s results were B. Poole and R. Taylor d. J. Sloss and C Coates. J. York, H. Harvey and D. Buckley d. E. Priaulx, J. Burke and S. Hudson. April 22 - Ladies trophy afternoon starting 12.30pm. Three bowl pairs, mixed/otherwise. Club selected. All clubs invited to come and enjoy an afternoon of friendly bowls in the country. Superb afternoon tea. Please put your name on the board or ring the club on 4691 1267. - Elsie Voll. CITY BOWLS CLUB: April 11 - 12.30pm: Club or self-selected triples. Have your name in by 11.30am (phone 4639 2273) and arrive by 12.15pm to allow teams to be finalised. Sheet open. Office roster T. Lewis. Bar Roster D. Wall. April 15 - 10am: Autumn Classic three-bowl pairs (mixed or otherwise). $400 in prizemoney. Play will be seven games of seven ends. $20 entry includes lunch. Board is now open but please note that the field is limited to 16 teams only. April 22 - 1pm Laser Electrical jackpot pairs. Self-selected pairs. Jackpot went off last time so the pot is $100. Board is now open for names/ teams. April 25 - 12.30pm: Anzac Day play for the Legacy Shield. Self-selected triples. Board is now open for names/teams. Coaching by club coaches Graham Healy and Jim Cosgrove is conducted each Tuesday from 2pm - 3.30pm. This is free for club members while non-members may incur a small fee. Roll-ups are also welcome. Results of championship play - Novice singles final M. Bianchi d. J. Fisher. Championship triples S. Hazzard, B, Merrell, G. Smith d. R. Zimmerle, B. Wright, D. Schultz. B grade singles M. Bianchi d. M. Keppel. Wednesday winners Bill Hogan, Jeanette Gooderham and Reg Moor. Congratulations to Peter Harrington, Keith Kelly and Reg Sherman who won the Retireinvest $300 day on Sunday. Our thanks go to Retireinvest for their on-going support and sponsorship to our club. Round two of the RDO Challenge will be held at City Club on Saturday, May 26. The team is now listed on the board. Championship matches for the coming week. April 14 - 12.30pm. Championship fours B J King, R. Townsend (sub), B. Humphrey, J. Moulden v. D. Davis, B. Merrell, W. Tedford, G. Smith. M. Bianchi, D. Lucas, T. Lewis, B. Wright v. R. Zimmerle, M. Keppel, D. Schultz, R. Griffin (sub). - Mick Bianchi. INDOOR OAKEY: Indoor netball. Smashers 30 d. Coconut Rocks 27. Psycho Killers 35 d. Buddy 13 Drop Bears d. Biddeston Biatches (forfeited.) Sports comps start back after school holidays Monday, April 16. - Nick James. CROWS NEST: Indoor cricket - Semi-final time has come along early with our shortened season one. Bazingas made the most of the opportunity, knocking off Fire Bugs 129 to 73. James Crane and Will Stone top scored for Bazingas, who are looking the goods for yet another title. Fielders came out on top against E-Bowlas on Wednesday night. In what was a night of many runs, nearly 300, Fielders got 98 more to win 189 to 91. Linden Bignell was a standout, 39 runs and a hat trick. Matt Sullivan was E-Bowlas’ best with 33 runs. Ladies pink day for breast cancer Members of the Cabarlah Ladies Golf Committee at the Ladies Pink Invitation Day for Breast Cancer. Visiting from St George were Carol Champion, left, who provided an informative talk about her experience with breast cancer and was more than happy to answer questions from the floor. Committee members are Carole Duncan, Polly West, Jessella McConnell and Janelle Kruse. CABARLAH LADIES: What a fantastic roll up of visitors to our ladies pink invitation day for breast cancer. We were privileged to host the event for visitors from Oakey, Goombungee, Toowoomba, City, Pittsworth, and even from as far away as St George. This most successful day saw trophies from Warren Inch Real Estate, Highfields, presented to the winners. Raffles were a highlight, as well as guessing the number of sweets in a jar. All proceeds will go towards breast cancer research. Thanks to Warren Inch for supporting this cause. Winner of the event was Judy Bach, second Pat Walker. On the first 9 holes, Lotte Pedersen was the victor, and for the second nine holes, Petae Frazer. April 10 - Single stroke and monthly medal with putting. This will also be Round 2 of the GQ Brooch, and in addition we will hold a 9 hole single stableford event. Trophy donor will be Janelle Kruse. - Pam Campbell. OAKEY: April 4 - Ladies 18 hole stableford. Winner Margaret Muir 41 on ount back, runner-up Daphne Webster 41. Rundown Joan Fisk 40. Front nine Yvonne Jackson, back nine Hazel Harvey. April 7-8 - Members played for trophies donated by Engineering Hair. The men also played the April monthly medal. Winner Division 1 and the monthly mug Paul Jones 67 net on count back. Division 2 winner Wayne Lucht 70 net, runner-up Wayne Wirth 67 net. Rundown Michael Rietveld and Mark Carter 68. Pins 3 George Wright, 8 Danny O’Brien, 12 Col Fisk. Approach Division 1 Mark Carter, ladies approach 6/15 Yvonne Lebeter. April 14-15 - Members will play a 9 hole eclectic. April 21 - President’s Day. Men’s pennants started today with Crows Nest beating Oakey 3½ games to 1½ games. Three matches were played off the stick as they played off the same handicap. Denis Bennett won his match 5 and 4. Patrick Fisk squared his game. Doug Fisk, Andrew King and Mal Krahenbring lost their games. Pennants will be played at Oakey against Clifton on April 15. - Marlene Deans. GOOMBUNGEE: March 30 - Men and ladies played Irish 4 ball, club trophy. Winner V. Hartland and T. Sheridan, pin 4/13 C. Tannock and D. Scutt, app 2/11 B. Weier and D. Scutt. April 5 - Men’s stroke flag event. Winner Murray McLeod first fairway. Approaches 2/11 and 8/17 Tony Sheridan. Ladies V.S.S. Winner Barb Weier +1. Approach 3/12 Janelle Wieck. April 8 - Single stroke, monthly medal. Winner men Glen Kuhn 64 net. Winner ladies Ann Cass 69 net. Best gross men Dan Darlington n count back, ladies Ann Cass. Rundown ladies Kathy Egan, men Dan Darlington, Murray McLeod. Pin shots men 4/13 Matty Burgess, 8/17 Glen Kuhn. Approach 2/11 Wayne Muras, 6/15 Dan Darlington. Pin shots ladies 4/13 Ann Cass, 8/17 Ann Cass. Approach 2/11 Ann Cass, 3/12 Ann Norris. Please note, course closed to social play next Saturday, April 14 from 12.30pm due to pennants competition. April 12 - Men single stableford - club trophy. Ladies single stroke, putts, monthly medal - club trophy. April 13 - Chook run from 3pm. Nine holes. Members $5, non-club members $10. April 15 - Two person ambrose - Booth Family trophies. - Murray McLeod. CROWS NEST: April 4 - Sporters winner B. Woodhead 32, runner up R. Burgess 31. Putting K. Christensen 21. Pins 7/16, 8/17 R. Gardner. April 8 - Property Management Products stroke + monthly medal. Winner T. Weis 62 + monthly medal, runner-up D. Cox 67. Rundown R. Freeman 68, R. Burgess 68, J. Somerville 69, R. Gardner 70, A. May 70. Pins 3/12 P. Williams, 8/17 R. Burgess. April 15 - Jason Burnett - 4 BBB (pick partners). April 22 - CN Mechanix - Stroke event. - John Somerville. RIFLE SHOOTING CROWS NEST GOOMBUNGEE: April 7 - 500 yards. Another perfect autumn day at the range yesterday saw 16 members shoot, with one visitor shooting. Gusty easterly winds challenged one and all hard to master! 500 yards Target Rifle: Ashley B. 105.13, Nikk E. 105.9, John G. 103.9, Paul O’G. 94.3, Kathy D. 94.2, Darryll M. 83.2. F Standard: David B. 120.8, Scotty D. 108.4, Rodger H. 108, John L. 104.2, Rick V. 91.1. F Open/ FTR: Beth C. 120.9, Trevor V. 120.5, Dennis B. 118.7, Karon D. 114.4. Visitor Tom S. 95.4 Next week there will be a 600 yd shoot starting 12:30 sharp. For those who wish to try target shooting, visitors are most welcome, rifle available and coaching provided. Zero range available by appointment only, contact Shawn 0428 044 902, Dave 0427 399 347, Ash 0407 374 378. TABLE TENNIS CROWS NEST: A handicap singles tournament was conducted in two groups. Jason Kahler, starting on scratch, won all his games. His closest rival was Kurt Macdonald who was on seven. On 20-all Kurt had to serve, but the ball didn’t connect with the table, giving Jason victory. Jason had to play Norma Kidman who had won the second group. Norma started on 14 and after losing two games both 21-20 she still won her group. In re-handicapping Jason scratch, Norma 17. Norma won 21-20. A handicap singles tournament was conducted in two groups. D. Shum on four won the first group, L. Taylor on four won the second group. These two players were rehandicapped as follows: D. Shum scratch, L. Taylor 9. L. Taylor won 21-15. Read the Herald on Facebook @highcountrynews1 HIGH COUNTRY HERALD, APRIL 10, 2018 - 19

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