Sport

What's happening in sport in Gympie

John Groves playing darts for Gympie.
John Groves playing darts for Gympie. LEEROY TODD

Gympie Horse and Rodeo Association

GYMPIE Horse and Rodeo Association is holding its fourth round of the 2016 Buckle Series this weekend at the Jane St grounds. The weekend starts tomorrow night with Cutting Practice from 6pm.

Saturday's events will kick off at 8am with Beginner Team Penning. This will then be followed by Junior Beginners, then Juniors. In the afternoon there will be a local barrel race followed by Team Sorting. Sunday is the Open Team Penning division from 8am. Admission is free and a canteen will run over the weekend.

"We'd like to encourage those who have thought about giving this a go to come down and see how this sport is run,” a spokesman said.

Gold City Darts

A-GRADE Cooloola Eagles 20 Def Nutcrackers 0, Raiders 19 Def Wanderers 1, Hornets 13 Def Scorpions 7. B Grade Battlers 18 Def Tigers 2, Taipan's 12 Def 26ER's 8. 180's Doug Hawkins 2, Ken Worling 1, Wayne Sleeman 1, Steve Hughes 1, Candice Whitley 1, Craig Bourke 1, Peter Morris 1. High Pegs Candice Whitley 126,Wayne Sleeman 120, Wayne Hatchman 106.

Points 47 Steve Hughes, 41 Peter Morris, 40 Wayne Sleeman, 34 Doug Hawkins, 33 Steve Woods, 32 Ken Worling, Dean Chandler, 27 Tara Rowe, 24 Mark Venning, 23 Craig Bourke, 22 Brad Ryder, 21 Brett Edwards, Wayne Hatchman, 20 Russell Clark ,Barb Crittenden, Steve Crittenden, Darryl Twemlow, Richard Novell. Tons 28 Steve Hughes, 22 Peter Morris, 20 Doug Hawkins, 18 Dean Chandler, 17 Wayne Sleeman, 17 Wayne Sleeman, 15 Steve Woods, 13 Ken Worling, 12 Craig Bourke, Russell Clarke,11 Tara Rowe.

Maximum Pegouts out of Twelve 11 Wayne Sleeman, 10 Mark Venning, Darryl Twemlow, Richard Novell, Barb Crittenden, Steve Crittenden, 9 Steve Crittenden, 9 Steve Hughes, Peter Morris, Brad Ryder, Brett Edwards, Ken Worling, Steve Woods, 8 Tara Rowe, Wayne Hatchman, Jake Thurgood. Singles Wins out of Four 4 Tara Rowe, Jake Thurgood, Ken Worling, Wayne Sleeman, Steve Woods, Barb Crittenden, Steve Crittenden, Richard Novell, Darryl Twemlow,3 Mark Venning, Steve Hughes,Peter Morris, Brett Edwards, Brad Ryder,Annett Moreland, John Hayes and Wayne Hatchman.

Volleyball draw

DRAW for October 20, round 14.

6pm: Sunshine Mitre 10 v CCC - Duty Tin Can Bay C. The Dropkicks v The Players - Duty Goats.

6.50pm Dratz v Downy Dingoes - Duty CCC. Tin Can Bay C v Gympie Goats - Duty Players.

7.40pm: Woodies v Aces - Duty Tin Can Bay A. Help Us v Gladiators - Duty Staminadors.

8.30: Staminadors v Swat - Duty Hookers. Russells Sprouts v Hardly Normals - Duty Woodies.

9.20pm: Tin Can Bay A v Hookers - Duty Sprouts. TSM forfeit to The Sinners No Duty. Bye - Served with Ice.

Gympie Queens Tennis Club

THANK you to everyone who supported the Col Arnell Memorial Day on Sunday.

A fun tennis day was had by 30 players, including members of the Arnell family. The eventual winners of the American tournament were Steve Banney and Ros Evans.

Come and join the fun at social tennis on Thursday and Monday nights, from 6pm at the Queens Park Tennis Centre at the corner of Jane St and the Bruce Hwy. There will be social tennis this Saturday at 7am and 1pm. New players with any skill levels are welcome.

The last Sunshine Coast Fixture day for 2016 is on Sunday, October 30. Please inform your captains of your availability. Courts can be hired at any time. Call Greg on 0407136725, Kym on 0419794675 or Jenny on 54827268 or 0402775023.

Gunabul Golf Club

LAST Tuesday's competition winner was Tony Hayward and runner up was Glen Lamperd.

Nearest to pin winners were Max Blackburn and Fred King. All day Thursday competition front nine winner was Bob Knox Southside Takeaway. Runner up was Glen Lamperd; back nine winner was Darryl Swan and Southside Takeaway runner up was Anne Martell. Accuracy drive winner was Lawrie English.

Saturday's Inspirationpaints two person ambrose Come and Try day saw a great field of 48 people all having a very enjoyable day. The winning team was John Mckenzie and John Gate with an even par round of 54, the remaining place getters were a card draw and second was Shannon Pettit and T. McNamara, third was Nev Joy and Bill Christensen, fourth was Troy Carlson and Joelene Slott, fifth was Dean Mc Millan and Jeanie Price, sixth was Nev Cavell and Terry Smith, seventh Phyllis Kennedy and David Conlan, eighth was John Christensen and Petra Collins ninth was Neil Cassidy and Jonnothan Vale, tenth was Neil Brampton and Glen Richardson. 11th was Barb White and Phil Sweet, 12th was Steve Grant and Bill Nolan, 13th was Martin Kennedy and G. Burgess.

Thank you to all Gunabul members who encouraged a guest to compete.

Christmas presentation dinner is Friday, December 2. Please ensure you add your name to the sheet if you wish to attend. If you put your name on the sheet you will be expected to pay the $37, even if you do not attend, otherwise the golf club will have to.

Gympie Times

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