Sports Reports November 24

Pip White and Jenni Jackson won the Ladies Open at Deepwater
25th Nov 2021

Rugby League
The Super Spuds are a good chance of fielding men’s and women’s senior teams in the centenary season after the AGM was held last Wednesday.
The club needs more people to get involved, but has a committee led by returning president Britt Youman.
Beau Orchard is vice-president and Rhonda Youman treasurer.
The club is still taking applications for secretary.
The next job is to appoint coaches for the teams and seek sponsors.
In addition to the men’s and leaguetag teams, the club hopes to field a women’s tackle team.
There will also be some centenary events during the year and past players and supporters who would like to lend a hand in organising or running these would be most welcome.
Some possibilities include a reunion, a special game-day, book and public displays.
Anyone who would like to apply for coaching roles, club secretary or jersey sponsors can email or contact Britt on 0409 215 031.
Players and volunteers are also welcome to get in contact.
The next club event is the Christmas party and presentation on December 18th

Men’s Bowls
No bowls were played on the weekend due to the inclement weather, and there are no matches set down for next weekend. On Tuesday the 30th November, the highlight of Guyra’s bowls calendar begins for a 6 day carnival.
Starting with the ladies triples on Tuesday and the mixed triples on Wednesday which are still looking for players. Thursday and Friday will be the prestige pairs and the open triples on the weekend, players will be travelling from all over the state for a share of the over $8500 in prize money. There will be a calcutta on Friday night and entertainment will be provided. The Bowling Club will be the place to be next week.

Ladies’ Golf
Last week the ladies played the Canadian Foursomes Associates Cup. Thank you to Juneils Cafe’ for your generous sponsorship. The winners were Debbie Heffernan and Jenny Rogers. The runners up were Donna White and Kerry Bull.
This week is the Par Medal Playoff. Next week is the NEDGA Jug 4BBB Stroke sponsored by Grills Racing. The starter is Julie Walker.
Well done to Pip White and Jenni Jackson for winning the Ladies Open at Deepwater last week. A great result for Guyra.

Vets Golf
Last week the 16th November saw 10 players compete in an Individual Stableford counting Putts. The winner with a countback was Jon Cumming on 33 points and the runner up Wal Chapman also with 33 points.
The best putters were both Len Stanley and Wal Chapman with 30 putts. Nearest the Pins went to Chris Newberry on the 7th and Pat Grills the 18th.
This week, if the weather holds, will see a 4 Ball on Tuesday and the Uralla Open on Friday with 10 Guyra players nominated. 
A Vet

Midweek golf
Best Score this week went to Baldersleigh Bashers with 85 points. Well done. Next highest score was Full House on 84 points.
Individual highest score was Ron Starr with 24 points. Congratulations. Followed closely by Logan Beechey, Roger Cox and Richard Burey with 23 then Mal Gaukroger and Wal Chapman on 22 points.
Some really good scores this week and almost everyone played.

Junior League
Guyra Junior League Presentation Day is this Friday 26th November 2021 starting at 5pm at the Guyra Sporting Complex. There will be a free Sausage Sizzle and drinks can be purchased or BYO.
Presentation will start at 5:45pm. Bring a chair or a picnic mat. Look forward to seeing all the players there.
Anna Heagney