Sport shorts August 21st

21st Aug 2019

Junior soccer
It was a relatively quiet weekend for the last round of home games for Guyra Junior Soccer for this season. The Under 6 Spooks had a forfeit, the Under 7 Jellybeans had the BYE and the Under 8 teams faced each other in a derby match. The Under 9 Jets were the only team to travel to Armidale. Our Under 16s, 14s and 12s all donned black armbands in honour of Darryl Dowden. Our thoughts are with his family at this difficult time.
Nominations are now open for the Jack Vallance Junior Memorial Carnival that was postponed due to the snow. The carnival will now be held on Sunday 1st of September. Please speak to your team coach if you wish to take part in the carnival.
Junior soccer returns to Armidale this weekend with the exception of the Under 7 Smarties who will travel to Walcha. The draw is as follows:
16A Jnr Caspers vs North Red Frogs, Phil Wheaton Oval, 8.30am
14A Ghosts vs TAS White, Rologas 1, 10.00am
14B Lil Caspers vs East White, Rologas 2, 10.00am
12B Spirits vs DK Warriors, Rologas 1, 11.10am
U10 Cobras vs East Spiders, Rologas 11, 11.00am
U9 Vipers vs DK Arrows, Rologas 14, 11.00am
U9 Jets vs North Rockets, Rologas 15, 10.00am
U8 Jaffas vs DK Saxons, Rologas 16, 11.00am
U8 Skittles vs East Bears, Rologas 16, 10.00am
U7 Jellybeans vs South Seals, NE Sportsground 2, 10.00am
U7 Smarties vs Walcha Giants, Walcha 5, 10.00am
U6 Spooks vs DK Lancers, Rologas 5, 10.00am

Ladies’ Golf
On 14th August a field of 14 ladies played for the Par Medal Round.
The winner of the day was Shona Mulligan with a score of +1 with Wendy Jackson as Runner Up.
Nearest the Pin winners were 9th Vicki Reeves, 10th Julie Walker and 18th Karen Oehlers.
With the first set of the Kirk’s Trophy match play completed, the second round is set to begin.
Check the notice board for information on your next match.
Wednesday 28th August is a 4BBB Stroke round with Belinda Lenehan as starter.

Men’s Golf
Last Sunday saw a good field contest the State ambrose qualifying round. The winners were Michael and Wendy Jackson with 65¾. Runners up were Andrew Youman and Mal Gaukroger. Both of these teams qualified to go to the next round.
Nearest to the pins were Debbie Burey on the 7th, Suzanne Towells on the 9th, Mick Jackson on the 10th and Jake Ellis on the 18th. Saturday was the final of the Molly Sole with Leonie Taylor winning, well done Leonie.
Next Sunday will be an 18 hole stableford for a club trophy.
The Albatross.

Vets Golf
Last week three teams from Guyra Vets competed in the New England Vets 4ball competition in Glen Innes.
Most clubs from the Queensland border down to Walcha were represented.
The winning team was from Tenterfield with a score of 45. They will represent the New England in the State championships at Port Macquarie.
The Guyra teams were quite competitive with scores of 39 for Col Walls and Kim Shaw as well as Len Stanley and Don Campbell with Herb Wilson and Wal Chapman on 37.
Despite these 6 players being away in Glen Innes there was still a good roll up to play in the weekly Vets comp. The 8 players competed in an Individual Stableford. The winner was Roger Grills with 38 points and runner up Warren McGowen on 35. The best putters with 28 were Ian Taylor and Warren McGowen.
Nearest the pins went to Pat Grills on the 10th and Chris Newberry the 18th.
A Vet