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- 14 - Capricorn Coast Mirror July 7 - July 13, 1989

Campbell into B singles final RAY Campbell goes into the final of Yeppoon Bowls Club B grade singles, continuing his run of success this year. He scored a good win over Mark Gustafson 25-20. Mark led in the early stages but was on 10 for five ends enabling Ray to take the lead 12-10. From 15 all, Mark led once again 19-17 but could score only one more single before Ray reached 25. Don McPherson retained his good form beating Bill Roberts 25-15. Don led 9-7 but held Bill on seven for seven ends while he reached 21. Bill managed to make 15 before Don scored 25. Mark Gustafson led Arnie Petersen 17-2 and was set for a comfortable win. Arnie managed to make the score look respectable tot alling17. Ken Moore seemed to have a slight edge over George Cavanagh and after leading 13-7 the match squared 14 all. Then Ken skipped away to win 27-19. In the graded pairs Cliff Martin and Clarry Hinton set up what looked to be a winning lead 15-nil. In a complete turn around Bill Fotheringham and Eric Austin took over the lead 21-17 with three to play. Clarry and Cliff won all three ends to finish in front 23-21. Graham Williams and Kev Thompson gave away too much start in their pairs game. They were down 9 nil to Peter Brown and Eric Aust in and finished down 24-17 unable to make up the difference. Reg Gibbins and Terry Woodbridge led Des Ryan and Goldie Corbett 12-3 and finished in front 30-11. Clarry Hinton and Bill Manthey were another pair to register an easy win. They scored 28-12 from Don McPherson and Frank Birkett. In a high scoring game Norm Richards and Graham McCosker beat Norm Myler and Peter Cowie 29 23. One game of pairs was not completed. Dave Moulds and Barry Atkinson 17 are trailing Arnie Petersen and Ron Holman 20. There are three ends to be played to complete this competition. Too many dead ends and the start of the pennant play was the reason. The last two rounds of the pennants were played on the green over the weekend and on Saturday Yeppoon played Athelstane. Yeppoon scored well against the Rockhampton club, winning five of the seven rinks. Terry Woodbridge scored the main, beating Col Beilinberg 29-11, Bill Manthey 29 defeated Key Thompson 13, Clarry Hinton 26 beat Alan Davidson 17, Eric Austin 17 from Keith Taylor 12 and Bill Roberts 21 was successful from Snow Zischke 18. Yeppoon's two losers were Barry Atkinson 15 down to Alan Viner 23 and Peter Brown lost to Reg McArthur 20-31. Sunday was a different ball game and though Yeppoon was on its home green, only managed to win two rinks. Peter Brown was successful against Murray Gorton 24-12 and Clarry Hinton won 22-17 from Bert Challands. Eric Austin lost by one 15-16 to Henry Case. Terry Woodbridge was defeated by Doug McKelvie 15-19, Bill Manthey lost to Ron Graff 19-27, Bill Roberts down to Orm Geiger 13-23 and Barry Atkinson lost to Nick Andrianco 9-28. Three games were played in the veteran triples and the first between Eric Wilson and Reg Gibbins was a cliff hanger with Eric scraping home by one. Sandy Grant, Cyril Hooper and Eric Wilson 25 from Ces Redinger, Ken Moore and Reg Gibbins 24. Tom Dorrell, Dave Copeland and Bill Roberts 20 beat Alf Schofield, Cliff Martin and Harry Maher 16.

Superleague teams' 3 wins _ YEPPOON'S Superleague indoor cricket representative teams had their first meeting for the season in Gladstone on Saturday. This year six teams competed and played the round against Rockhampton and Gladstone. The Coast open men's and fillies teams had two wins, open ladies had a win and a loss; Veteran ladies had a draw and a loss. Colts and Masters lost both games but are looking forward to changing that in Townsville on August 12 and 13. Organisers congratulate players, coaches and managers/selectors for the way they con-• ducted themselves on the weekend. Players and organisers thank sponsors for the new team shirts: Pacific Hotel, BP Yeppoon, Morgans Bakeries, Yeppoon Tyre Service and Goodyear, Brian Hooper Real Estate and Capricorn Coast Indoor Sports.

Fishermen give away $1700

• ABOVE: Coast tennis champions Grant Henricks, 13, and Rachel Sargood, 14, are both ranked seventh in the State. They are practising for the annual Ansett Junior Masters to be played at Yeppoon on July 15 and 16.

Coast tennis players ranked 7th Daytime squash CAPRICORN Coast Junior Tennis players Grant Henricks, 13, and Rachel Sargood, 14, have performed well during the past fewweeks, winning several singles and doubles events in Central Queensland. Rachel is presently ranked number seven in Queensland. She haswon the Gladstone Open, singles, doubles and mixed. Rachel recently won the Gladstone Ansett singles and Bundab•

erg doubles and the Shell singles. Grant is ranked number seven in the State and won the Gladstone Ansett singles and doubles and Bundaberg singles and doubles in the Shell. Rachel and Grant are coached by Bevan Mulholland. The annual Ansett Junior Masters is in Yeppoon on July 15 and 16.

YEPPOON and District Tennis fixtures resume on Saturday (tomorrow) at Daniel Park after the school holiday break. The following teams are set down to play, starting at 12.30pm. Division A. Koalas: G Clayton, G Klupfel, V Sorensen v Dingoes: J Gregg, B Rumble, D Collett. Kangaroos: J Gregory, J Jackson, P Smith v Hares: M Harris, G Sorensen, P Hansen. Division B. Cockatoos: K Stevenson, R

Hendy, P Iafrati, R Hasell v Emus: R Scoffin, R Irons, R Driver, R Letchford. Parrots: P Scharf, K Heritage, J Harris, J Stevenson v Curlews: H Sorensen, M Bullemore, L Stewart, A McDonald. Any player unable to play this Saturday is asked to advise Pam 39 7563 or Rhonda 39 4451, as early as possible on Friday evening so substitute players can be arranged. Players are reminded that registration and membership fees are now overdue.

Fixtures resume after holidays

Soccer club's gala day success YEPPOON United Soccer Club had a successful gala day on Sunday at Apex Park. Six-a-side soccer and veteran games were played and the next games will be a return visit from Moura on Saturday, July 22. The organisers thanked the children who played for their sportsmanship.

100 attend president's bowls day YEPPOON Ladies Bowls Club competitions for July 11 at 9am with umpire M Greaves. Champion pairs: G Powell, M Blacklock v E Saxby, D Engel; D Roos, M Bierwirth v D Locke, I McNamara; M Freeman, E Woodbridge v M Manthey, E Batts. Club pairs: N Garner, R Wass v J Cain, J Beasley. 2-4-2 pairs: V Thompson, M Baglow, M Hansen, V Wilson. 1pm, umpire E Saxby. District fours final: D Roos, E Woodbridge, E Batts, I McNamara v Ziebicki, V Wilson, M Elliott, R Wass. Club pairs: J King, M Baglow v D Locke, D Engel. Club fours result: B Exton, M Blacklock, V Austin (sub), J Beasley v P Fortune, M Freeman, S Ziebicki, F Denny 23-22. 2-4-2 pairs: E Woodbridge (sub), V Wilson v P Childs (sub), S Ziebicki 29-22. Bulletin Shield, first round: (skips name only) J Beasley def Wilson 23-22; A Fotheringham def I McNamara 21-18. M Blacklock def M Stewart 24-17. Second round: A Fotheringham def M Stewart 28-20; I McNamara defJ Beasley 24-17; M Blacklock def V Wilson 24-14. President Marj Bierwirth and members congratulate DMLBC on their recent win in the

EMU Park Deep Sea Fishing Club held a well attended meeting at the Pine Beach Hotel on Sunday. In the absence of president John Simpson, acting president Jack Wincen, announced donations to the following local organisations: Don Ireland Swimming Pool Complex,, 870° (that took the club's donations to the pool t about S2000); Emu Park Ambulance building fund, 5500; Life Education Centre (Coast subcommittee), 5500 mobile classroom). The money was raised from bingo and raffles held at Pine Beach Hotel on Thursday nights. Mr Wincen and his members thanked Pine Beach Hotel's Steve and Megan Anderson for their generous assistance to the club. The club has regular trips to the outer reef for members and family trips to the inner islands. Inquiries for membership are welcome, phone Jack Wincen, 39 6271 or Jan, 34 4416.

Mollie Bradford Shield ... two consecutive years. "Nice work ladies. It's hard enough to win once, but watch out next year, we will all be out to stop you attaining the hat trick," publicity officer Ivy McNamara. "President Marj Bierwirth must have been a happy president indeed last Tuesday when she played hostess to about 100 bowlers and guests at her president's afternoon. "Several visiting clubs also attended, headed by CQDLBA president Linda Waite. President of the parent club was unable to attend and was represented by his wife Pat. "During afternoon tea president Wrj was pleased to present Maureen Greaves and Elaine Saxby with their National umpires badges," she said. Two (eight) badges were presented to Eleanor Batts and Ivy McNamara which they had won recently during a district game. "Judging by the happy laughter on and off the green, I am sure everyone enjoyed themselves immensely. "A special thank-you to the ladies who stood down and let everyone have an even game aswe had more bowlers than the green could accommodate."

"A special thank you to those who, due to the time limit, could not play in the six-a-side," the spokesman said. "They showed your good sportsmanship. "The children deserve medals for the long and tiring day they put in. Some teams played four or five games each and finalists, six." The parents, committee members, coaches, referees and time-keepers were rewarded by the children's behaviour. "We thank all of them for their behind-thescenes work ... it was a great success." Organisers also thanked the club's sponsors who have supported the children with trophies and raffle donations. Items not raffled on Sunday will be during the remainder of the soccer season. Raffle winners: S Robertson, soccer ball donated by Westpac; C Healy, magnum spumante, Pacific Liquor Barn; D Haddon, S30 petrol (first), soccer club; C Pattemc-e, S10 petrol (second), soccer club. Emu Park won the three junior finals. The Old Crocks won the senior finals and peppermints defeated Bluebells in the ladies game. Total points scored for the day. Under 7s: Emu Park 20; 7 ounces 10; Little E ,asers 8; Dragons 8; Sacred Heart Hawks 2. Under 8 and 9: Emu Park 36; Sacred Heart Bobcats 7; Bullets 9; Panthers 1C. Byfield Bandits 13. Under 10, 11, 12s: Emu Park 41; Byfield Bombers 5; CK's 12; Magpies 17; Westpac Cutters 17; Sacred Heart Eagles 25. Seniors: Youths A 3; Youths B 21; Council 20; Byfield Baddies 7; Old Crocks 23. Ladies: Peppermints 4; Bluebells 0. Organisers thank Clive Haddow for the concept and co-ordinating the day's _ctivities.

NEW and past members were welcomed to the Ladies Daytime Squash fixtures played on Wednesday at the Capricorn Coast Squash Centre. Players are looking forward to a competitive season !-,ecause the eight teams have seven members. Members were pleased to welcome Megan Anderson back fixture games after the birth of her son :iesse in May. They also expect her to have some sore muscles after providing other players with the match of the day against Jan Schmidt. The match went to five games with few points separating them ... Jan won 3-2. May's Meanies v Kates Krackers: May Briggs def Kathy Dale3-0; Diane Tsakavic def Debbie Bettiens 3-0; Anne Hinton v Trish Hinton 0-3; Rosemary Hansen def Linda Kcily 3-0; Cindy Drayton def Kerry Campbell 3-0; Debbie Marxsen def Christine Lewis 3-2; Jodie Woods v Sally Hartley 0-3. Liz's Fizzers v Britton's Bratts: Liz Scherlies def Julie Britton 3-1; Alice Glenning v Lona Perrin 0-3; Gaye Sands del Jean Graff 3-0; Robyn Battersby def Pat Harris 3-0; Fay Bishton def Debbie Patterson 3-1; Paula Mills def Leanne Kannedy 3-1; Betty Woods def Lyn Stanton-Cook 3-2. Denise's Doo Dahs v Pearson's Pushers: Denise Campbell def Debbie Pearson 3-1; Barbara Bartram v Rosslyrt Clifford 1-3; Barbara Bartram def Kathy Harding 3-2; Janet Edwards v Lyn Woods 2-3; Rhonda Mellor v Glenda Locker 0-3; Robyn Turner v Cordie Nugent 2-3; Joyce Hinton def Rosslyn Harvey 3-1. Wendy's Winnersv Rhonda's Rebels: Debbie Lamb v Rhonda de May 2-3; Debbie Lamb v Penny Munn nil; Diane Cameron v Judy Minter 1-3; Megan Anderson v Jan Schmidt 2-3; Jenny Smith def Michelle Witt 3-1; Charlotte Scott def Glennis Blatch 3-1; Leslie Scott def Wendy Woods 3-0.

Zilzie golf ZILZIE Golf Club's Saturday stroke game was won by Cec Saunders with 60 nett. The first round of the closed club championship was played on Sunday and this Sunday the second round will be played starting at 9am with members medal final. Members A grade leader for 27 holes last Sunday was P Carter, 107gr; B grade, R Sheppard, 110gr; C grade, C Carter, 122gr; 27 hole nett, R Sheppard. The pinshot was won by G Brimmell. Associates' 27 hole nett was won by C'') Wheeler, 93. Chris also won the monthly medal and A grade pinshot. 18 hole nett, G Hicks, 65. Nine hole nett, 0 Sheppard, 29. B grade pinshot, G Pearson; C grade pinshot, M Adams. Associates starting time next week is 9.30am, Int bowl in conjunction. A stableford will be played tomorrow (Saturday).