Home' Phillip Island and San Remo Advertiser : November 4 2015 Contents THE ADVERTISER, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 2015 - PAGE 27
PHILLIP ISLAND SWIM CLUB IS
OFFERING A SUMMER PROGRAM
AT COWES PRIMARY SCHOOL
Junior Pre-Squad and Adult Training Sessions
are commencing November 11th.
Designed for young swimmers who can swim
25 metres of 2 or more strokes without difficulty.
This is NOT a learn to swim program.
Starts 11th November from 4pm to 5pm for 6 weeks,
break for summer then return for 7 weeks in term 1.
Cost - $180 (13 weeks)
Includes membership and registration.
This program is designed for adults who would like
to train with a coach, improve stroke technique and
work on general fitness. It is an ideal opportunity to
prepare for the upcoming biathlon season.
Rachel Stafford our Bronze Level coach will run
these sessions, starts 11th November from 5:15pm
to 6:30pm for 6 weeks. There will be a three week
break and training will re-commence 6th January.
Cost - $180 (14 weeks TBC)
Includes membership and registration.
NOTE: FEES PAYABLE ON REGISTRATION.
BOTH THESE SESSIONS ARE EXTREMELY POPULAR AND
FILL QUICKLY. PLEASE CONTACT PHILLIP ISLAND SWIM
CLUB TO REGISTER YOUR NAME AND INTEREST.
Wednesday, November 11 at 7.30pm
At San Remo Recreation Centre
Wynne Road, San Remo
Club secretary - Marcus Bond 5956 7247
JUNIOR football in South Gippsland is set to be re -
formed, following the completion of AFL Gippsland's
review into Alberton Football Netball League's junior
From next year, a separately administered Alberton
Junior Football League will offer Under 10, Under 12
and Under 14 competitions -- in place of the existing
Under 11 and Under 13 competitions -- while the se-
nior league will replace its Under 15 competition with
an Under 16 competition, alongside its under 18 com-
The junior age groups mirror those of neighbouring
Central Gippsland and Warragul and District junior
Junior games will continue to be played on Sundays,
while Under 16 and Under 18 games will be aligned
with the senior competitions.
As part of the changes, Leongatha Junior Football
Club will only be eligible to field teams in either the
Alberton or Central Gippsland JFLs -- not both as has
been the case previously.
Area agreements will be arranged with other rele -
vant leagues in the region, while Alberton senior clubs
will be able to apply for permission to play up to six
eligible overage permit players in the Under 18 com-
The recommendations were presented to the AFL
Gippsland Region Commission in August and, with no
formal appeals lodged, formally adopted on Monday,
Review Committee Chair Travis Switzer said the
cooperation and input of key stakeholders had been
crucial in the process.
"This was a very thorough review process and we
thank the clubs and leagues for their help in painting
a clear picture of the state of junior football in South
Gippsland," Mr Switzer.said.
"The most critical outcome of this review was to
make sure any changes provided the most sustainable
and functional competition structure for the future of
junior football in South Gippsland and we believe that
is what these recommendations will achieve."
AFL Gippsland Commission Chair Brian Quigley
thanked Mr Switzer and committee members Alan
Hillier, Noel Burrell, Ray Corry, John Anderson and
Chelsea Caple for their work and was confident the
final recommendations would have a positive impact.
"The Commission was put in place to look at the
bigger picture and for us the standardisation of league
structures throughout the region is very important.
"We know these changes won't please everyone, but
it is our job to make tough decisions that we feel are in
the best interests of football in our region.
"It is important all clubs understand the signifi-
cance of junior participation at their clubs and AFL
Gippsland offers support to any club that believes it
will require assistance planning for season 2016 and
beyond," Mr Quigley said.
A meeting between AFL Gippsland and the affected
leagues and clubs will be held next month to ensure
the adopted changes are implemented for season
UNFORTUNATELY the rain put a stop to all of the Phil-
lips Island teams and most of the other clubs competing in
Round 4 of the Korrine and District Junior matches.
Section 1/pennant had a bye in round 4 so they were not
affected but the remaining Sections 4 and 5 had to declare
and agree to washouts with their corresponding oppo-
Next week in round 5, Section 1/pennant play away to
Inverloch White, Section 4 Phillip Island Red are away to
Granville at Corinella, Section 4 Phillip Island Blue play
at home to Inverloch and Section 5 Phillip Island play at
home against Wonthaggi.
Also this Sunday, November 8, is the Korrine and District
Tennis Association Closed Tournament for 2015.
This tournament is only open for junior players of all
levels competing in this season's competition.
Good luck to all those players who have chosen to enter
Ladders after Round 3:
Section 1/pennant: Westernport 25, Inverloch White 22,
Inverloch Blue 15, Wonthaggi 9, Phillip Island 4.
Section 2: Westernport Mainlanders 30, Westernport Is-
landers 30, Grantville 29, Korumburra 11, Poowong Red
9, Inverloch Black 8, Poowong Yellow 3, Inverloch Green 0.
Section 4: Inverloch 27, Phillip Island Blue 24, Grantville
22, Kongwak 11, Westernport 3, Phillip Island Red 3.
Section 5: Inverloch Yellow 24, Inverloch Red 23, Wont-
haggi 19, Kongwak 16, Westernport Sharks 15, Poowong
15, Phillip Island 6, Westernport Dolphins 2.
Junior tennis wash out
Aussie golf results
Sunday competition: Stroke.
Winner: Dean Styles H/C 19, 68/49, 2nd Daniel Walker
H/C 15, 67/52.
NTP: 5th Daniel walker, 14th Daniel Walker.
All Golf Link holders welcome for competition at guest
fees. Weekly Pitch and Putt winners: Rob Stead and Ben
Jones 23 nett.
NTP: 9th Jamie Naismith.
Pitch and Putt hole in one: Rob Stead 5th.
Great offer, get your game ready for summer: Unlimited
golf now until December 24 only $99; Friday golf special,
pay for 9 holes, play unlimited. Good golfing, Rohan.
Cowes Primary School students performed exceptionally well at the VSS-
SA Regional Athletics Carnival at Newborough recently. The team included,
from back left, Tom Niven, Leon Matthews, Darcy Excell, Tom Zorzut, Or-
lando Kane Gillard, Jack Opitz, Jacob Timmermans and Seth Heller. Middle,
Tejaye Kleverkamp, Brayden Kleverkamp, Chanice Kleverkamp and Niamh
Moore. Front, Lachie Taylor.
Cowes athletes perform
well at Regional carnival
from Cowes Primary School
travelled to Newborough to
represent the district at the
VSSSA Regional Athletics
Many students performed
exceptionally well on the
day with Tejaye Kleverkamp
placing first in both the dis-
cus and shot put.
Lachie Taylor also placed
first in his discus event and
was a member of the 10 year
old boys relay that placed
Jack Opitz once again put
in a strong performance to
finish third in the 1500m.
Finn Cashman, Bradyen
Kleverkamp, Lachie Taylor
and Seth Heller placed third
in the 10 year old boys relay
Tejaye and Lachie both
qualified for the State Ath-
letics at Albert Park in their
Tejaye Kleverkamp proudly displays his first
place medals which he won for shot put and
discus at the VSSSA Regional Athletics Carni-
ON October 8, Margaret Dean had 7 wins and John
Monk 6 wins.
On October 22, Wendy Shepherd had 7 wins and Ian
Burns 6 and Faye Downward, 6 wins and Joy Adams 7
won on October 29.
This week is the first week of the November aggregate.
Medal of Medallists Sue Brown is pictured with Wednesday's
daily winners, Alice Schofield, Robyn Cornell and Liz O'Neill
Phillip Island Golf Club Ladies Club and Grade Champions
are pictured from left: Faye Morris - A Grade and Club Cham-
pion, Di Gray - B Grade, Midge Monk -- C Grade, and Robyn
Cornell -- D Grade.
Phillip Island golf report
MEN'S golf: Tuesday, October 27:
1st - Anthony Johns H/C (14) plus
3 c/b, 2nd - Trevor MacFarlane H/C
(21) plus 3 c/b from Mike Fitzmau-
rice and Tony McKiernan.
Jeremy Westaway had an eagle on
the 18th hole.
NTP: 5th Matt Thompson, 7th
Mark Atley, 10th J Bean, 17th John
9 holes: The course was in great
condition and blue skies, and just to
be different, an easterly breeze made
it tricky for some players.
Malcolm MacArthur H/C (28) won
with plus 2 from Bill Botten H/C (17)
with plus 1 and Laurie Petrusch also
had plus 1.
NTP was won by Richard Poole.
9 holes, October 22: A great morn-
ing for golf which was reflected in the
Ian Bray H/C (25) won with 21
points from Reg Browne H/C (27) 20
points. Laurie Petrusch was NTP.
Thursday, October 29: Stableford.
1st - Terry Crumpton H/C (13) 42
points, 2nd - Ian Wenham H/C (26)
41 points, 3rd - Gary Blair 40 points.
NTP: 5th Phil Foster, 7th Rob Da-
vison, 10th G Jeffery, 17th Scott Ful-
9 holes: Ideal course and weather
and Richard Poole H/C (20) came in
with 21 points to win from Len Chat-
field H/C (32) with 20 points.
Clive Hill was NTP.
9 holes, October 22: Once again
perfect conditions and it was great to
have four ladies playing.
Reg Browne H/C (27) had the best
score with 20 points and four players
had 19 points.
Runner-up on a count back was
Maria Kirwan H/C (43) from Mary
Taylor H/C (30), Jeff Tanner H/C (32)
and Bill Botten H/C (17).
NTP was once again won by Laurie
Saturday, October 24: Stroke - 1st
round Club Championships.
A Grade winner - Scott Fullarton
H/C (9) net 68, runner-up: Paul Cash-
man H/C (10) net 70.
B Grade winner - Rob Sparkman
H/C (13) net 70, runner--up - Anthony
Johns H/C (15) net 71.
C Grade winner - John Steendam
H/C (35) net 68 c/b, runner-up - Ted
Egan H/C (20) net 68.
NTP: 5th Matt Brown, 7th Ange
Capraro, 10th Jim Richardson, 17th
Luke Zoannetti. 9 holes: 1st - Mal-
colm MacArthur with 18 points and
Laurie Petrusch was NTP.
Saturday, October 31: Cancelled
due to weather
Saturday, October 24: Stroke.
Winner - Maria Kirwan H/C (45) net
NTP: 7th Dawn Andrews, 5th Nola
Wednesday, October 28: Stroke.
Final round Club Championships
and Medal of Medallists.
Winner - Liz O'Neill H/C (38) net 66,
runner-up - Robyn Cornell H/C (38)
net 67, 3rd - Alice Scholfield H/C (23)
NTP: A -- no-one, B - Rhonda Boyd,
C - Beryl White, D - Liz O'Neill.
Results of Championships:
Club Champion - Faye Morris.
B Grade Champion - Di Gray, C
Grade Champion - Midge Monk, D
Grade Champion - Robyn Cornell.
Medal of Medallists is Sue Brown.
Saturday, October 31: No competi-
tion due to rain.
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