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DARGAVILLE & DISTRICTS NEWS, FEBRUARY 15, 2012
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Veterans Bowls, February 8 results: A Gorrie,
J Unsworth, 1; J Heatley, R Gorrie, 2; D Baillie,
A Bell, D Hall, 3; E Smart, D Gorrie, T Franklin,
Northern Wairoa Ladies Golf Club results,
18 Hole: B Madsen 44 stableford, J West 43,
P Coles 42, L Curac 39, A Randall 37 c/b, S
Twos: B Hart.
9 Hole: L Hamilton 19 stableford.
The last two weeks have been a non-event as
the two long weekends have prevented us
from getting results printed.
Our third week of the Gillespie trophy this
Results for last week. Ladies: D Gillatt 20, R
Douglas, L Game, S Metzener 19.
P Walters, P Brown, P Sinclair with 18.
Men: H Dreadon 24. N Christenson 22, E
Cornor, J Crisp 21, G Gilligan, S Munn, G Kay
19. H Andrews, S Clements 18.
Twos: N Christiansen, K McAlistar. L D. No 12
J McGlasson N P for 2 on number15 Ajay. N
P for 2 on number 6: J McAlistar. LD No 8
David D, LD No 4 P Brown. Good golfing
everyone. Bar duty this week -- S Norrie
Riding the waves: Jason Kena shows his style during the Craig Osbaldiston Memorial Surfing contest.
Photo: VIV TROUNSON
Small seas test skill
Small seas challenged surfers to
make the best of waves at the
eighth Craig Osbaldiston Mem-
orial Surfing contest on Waitangi
Twenty-five lined up at Baylys
Beach to form five teams in a tag
team contest where surfers had a
specified time to catch waves
before tagging the next member.
Conditions were overcast and
mild with smallish waves .
But these brought out the best
in competitors because it meant
they had to be skilful to make the
most of them, an organiser says.
The Craig Osbaldiston Mem-
orial trophy, in honour of a former
local surfer, was won by the Blue
team, comprising Chris and Matt
Calder, Mitch Powell, Daryl
Schick and Jay Suckling.
Wave of the Day winner was
Ian McCahon while Alex Calder
took the Most Improved Gromett
Major sponsors of the contest
included Rip Curl, Quicksilver
and Roxy, Billabong and North
Golf day for hospital
Good cause: Tournament organiser Bill Naish presents the cheque to Project
Promise co-ordinator Jack Broome.
A charity golf tourna-
ment at Mangawhai
Golf Club over Wai-
tangi weekend raised
$13,000 towards a
treatment unit at
A full field of 132
golfers enjoyed a great
day s golf, and in doing
so contributed to Proj-
ect Promise, formed to
raise more than $3
million for the new
Jack Broome thanked
the golfers and busi-
ness community for
He says Mangawhai
has set the standard
and challenged other
golf clubs in Northland
to accept the challenge
and run tournaments,
the funds from which
will benefit all
Prize winners on the
Women s: Liz Mc-
leish 42 pts; r/up:
Bridget Meredith 41.
Mens division 1: Ron
Horsfall 43 pts; r/up:
Ray Mcintyre 43.
Men s division 2:
Grant Salmon 43 pts;
r/up: Lance Coker 41.
Nearest the pin div-
ision 1: Puke Taylor.
Nearest the pin
women s: Liz Mcleish.
Nearest the pin
men s division 2: Peter
Nearest the line:
Holes in two: Liz
Mcleish, Don Amadio,
Jack Broome, Leo But-
ler, Lance Coker, Ray
Hacket, Russell Mal-
oney, Barry Milne,
Brook Nathan (2),
Shayne Stuart, Steve
Stretch: Former Dargaville sportsman Aaron Condon batting for the
Stallions while Stumpers' keeper Gwyn Powell looks for a catch.
Photo: VIV TROUNSON
The Kauri Stumpers only lost five
wickets in catching the Karaka Stallions
total of 144 runs in the golden oldies
match played at Dargaville High School
on February 12.
Golden oldies caters for players aged
40 plus but both sides estimated their
average age to be getting closer to 60.
It was the Stumpers first win for the
season, having previously gone down to
Onehunga Maulers and Counties Crocks.
They will meet the Crocks again before
the season ends and are also hoping for
a game against Sherwood Park Golf
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