Gympie sport results
Gympie sport results Scott Powick

Gympie region sport results and draws

GDDA Darts Singles results

PLAYED at Jack Stokes Oval on Wednesday, August 10, it was a charmed run through for both Champions. In the men's, Peter Morris went through unbeaten to the grand final, brushing all opposition aside. Steve Hughes was unlucky enough to meet him in round four, and went to the repocharge.

There he defeated finalist John Treichel only to lose to Morris in the final.

A similar story for Felicity Whitley, sending Tara Rowe to the repocharge in round two, where she defeated Cheryle Mills, her own teammate Pat Thurgood and Marilyn Bourke to reach the final. Again Felicity Whitley was triumphant, taking out the title of Ladies.

Singles Champion for 2016. All games were played in good spirit, and congratulations to you both.

Darts rep teams

KINGAROY are bringing a rep team to Gympie on Sunday, September 4, for the return games at Jack Stokes Oval.

Selected men are: Steve Hughes, Peter Morris, Craig Bourke, Wayne Sleeman, Ian Organ, John Groves, John Treichel, Tyson Hillcoat, Terry Williams, Geoff Nord, Steve Crittenden, Mark Venning, Codey Rowe, Ted Barnes, Gavin Creed, Darryl Twemlow; reserves: Larry Millers, Michael Geary, Dave Barnes.

Ladies: Felicity Whitley, Tara Rowe, Barb Crittenden, Pat Cherry, Karyn Nord, Kirsty Chandler; reserves: Ashlyn Honour, Merryn Crossley.

Any person unable or unwilling to play should contact Mark Venning on 5483 9896 as soon as possible. Also, Northern Suburbs are returning to Gympie on Saturday, September 17, and we will be needing teams of 32 men and eight ladies, so if anyone is interested in playing that day, please contact Mark on the number above.

Gunabul golf

WEEK commencing Monday August 8:

Please see below last weeks results also a reminder that we have our Nestle two person ambrose this Saturday please ensure you get your names on the sheets as we have great prizes to win NTP on all 18 holes and a special prize for the ladies NTP.

Tuesday, August 9 competition a field of 16 the winner was John Cartwright with a net 47 and runner up was Greg Lamperd with a 49 net, NTP on the 4th was Kim Bowditch.

Thursday, August 11 all day competition front nine winner was John McKenzie with net 21 on count back runner was John Stokes with a net 21 winning the South Side Take Away voucher the back nine winner was Wayne Richards with a net 19 the runner up was Barb White winning the South Side Take Away voucher and the accuracy drive was won by Maggie Stallard.

Saturday we had the Terry Smith arranged pairs with a field of 26 winners were Tony Hayward and Harry Bailey with a combined net of 107 Vanderfield NTP winners were 11th Tony Hayward, 12th Brad Richards, the ladies was won by Jeannie Price, the raffle winner was Harry Bailey.

Sunday, August 14 we had 12 members play in the Ken Mills sand scape championship at Kilkivan and all had a great time.

Volleyball draw

ROUND 5 - August 18

6pm

Hookers v Woodies - Duty Russell's Sprouts

The Dropkicks v Gympie Goats - Duty TCB C

6.50pm

Downy Dingoes v Russell's Sprouts - Duty Woodies

The Sinners v Tin Can Bay C - Duty Dropkicks

7.40pm

Staminadors v Sunshine M10 - Duty Dingoes

Gladiators v The Players - Duty Sinners

8.30pm

Served with Ice v Aces - Duty Swat

CCC v Hardly Normals - Duty Dratz

9.20pm

Dratz v Swat - Duty Hardly Normals

TSM v Help Us - Duty Aces

Bye - Tin Can Bay A

Smallbore Rifle and Silhouette Club

Targets, Wednesday, August 10:

Kevin Bowring 197, Norm Pratt 197, Shane Jones 194, Gary McCann 193, Mark Brown 192, Chris Davy 190, Neil Page 190, Shilo Ryan 186, Max Smith 186, Matt Murillo 186, Curly Lewis 185, Reg Tame 180, Roy Bagust 178, Ed Powell 174, Malcolm Davy 170.

Silhouettes, Friday, August 12:

Jess Crawford took out the shoot of with 40 followed by Matt Murillo, Jai Barnes, Bob Crawford and Kevin Bowring also 40.

Curly Lewis, TC, Reg Tame and Michael Shea on 39.

Mark Brown and Chris Davy on 38

John Dobson and Tim Gregory on 37

Ben Cummings, Chenoa Gills, Shilo Ryan, Jimmy Wardell and Hayden Blanco all on 35..

Congrats to all and hope to see more this week..

Kindest Regards

Clay target shoot results

THIRTY competitors came from Kingaroy, Maryborough, Leeton,Sunshine Coast and Caboolture.

30 T CD AA P Smith 30/30

R Fett, S Trafford, C Salafia, G Durre, G Nuske 29/30

A B Pearce 30/30, E Stewart, D Rodger 29/30, S Gallagher 28/30, B S McPherson, B Gunn 29/30, T Cecil, B Hodgens 26/30, C J Webster 28/30, L O'Connell, D Bryant 26/30, 30T PS AA C Salafia 88/90, G Durre 107/111, A M Zipf 85/90, E Stewart 83/90, B L Stolberg 81/90, S McPherson 79/90, C L O'Connell 80/93, M Wass 79/93, 30T Medley AA S Trafford 72/75, R Fett 69/75, A S Gallagher 72/75, B Pearce 71/75, B S McPherson 47/50/

Gold City Darts

A-GRADE Hornets 18 Def Wanderers 6, Raiders 13 Def Cooloola Eagles 7, Nutcrackers 13 Def Scorpions 7.

B-grade The 26ER'S 14 Def Battlers 6, Taipan's 13 Def 4Amigos 7.

180's Darryl Twemlow 1, Rob Van Eck 1, Steve Hughes 1, Peter Morris 1, Wayne Hatchman 1

High Pegs Dean Chandler 108, John Groves 106, Wayne Alford 92, Steve Woods 84

Steve Hughes 18 Dart Game

Points 47 Peter Morris, 41 Steve Hughes, 36 John Groves, 31 Ken Worling, Wayne Sleeman, Rob Van Eck, Wayne Alford, Wayne Hatchman, 26 Craig Bourke, 25 Russell Clarke, Gavin Creed, 24 Mark Venning, Richard Novell, 23 Doug Hawkins, 22 Codey Rowe, Darryl Twemlow.

Tons 22 Peter Morris, 20 Steve Hughes, John Groves, 15 Ken Worling, 14 Rob Van Eck, Craig Bourke, 13 Wayne Sleeman, Doug Hawkins, 12 Wayne Hatchman, Richard Novell,11 Steve Crittenden, Candice Whitley, Dean Chandler.

Maximum Pegouts Out Of Twelve 12 Wayne Alford, Peter Morris,10 Steve Hughes,Russell Clark, 9 Wayne Sleeman, Wayne Hatchman, 8 Rob Van Eck, John Groves, John Hayes, Codey Rowe, Mark Venning, Ken Worling, Gavin Creed.

Singles Wins Out Of Four 4 Peter Morris, Gavin Creed, Wayne Alford,Wayne Hatchman,John Groves, John Hayes, Codey Rowe, 3 Steve Hughes, Peter Treichel, Russell Clarke, Rob Van Eck.

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