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Phillip Island Football Netball Club
SENIOR A GRADE COACH
(remuneration can be negotiated)
Applications and enquiries can be sent to:
Phillip Island Football/Netball Club:
Secretary at: email@example.com
by Monday, December 14, 2015.
B, C, U17, U15, U13 & U11 GRADES
*Completion of coaching courses required
by start of 2016 season
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Carl and Liam Keating took the score to 73 before
Carl followed the same way for a well-made 34.
At 2/73 after 24 overs Phillip Island was travelling
Then disaster struck with Francis (1), Keating (14),
Wright (17), Johnston (7) and Asbury (0) all out in the
next nine overs, leaving Phillip Island reeling at 7/100.
Ron Young and Mick Cleary scrambled through to the
tea break at 40 overs, without losing more wickets and
adding 22 runs.
The situation looked bleak at tea with just 20 overs
left and still 132 to make.
Ron and Mick had other ideas, and after tea they took
it up to Club's bowlers.
They took the score to 167 in quick time, but when
Mick skied the ball to point and was caught for 20,
there were still 87 runs needed.
Blake Christopher joined Ronny who had made a
scratchy 39 by this stage.
What happened next had to be seen to be believed.
Ron unleashed a display of power hitting which
stunned players and spectators alike.
He smashed 79 in the next 10 overs including nine
fours and seven sixes.
Balls were lost as they disappeared into neighbouring
properties, and all the while Blake kept a cool head and
turned the strike over.
Ron reached his century then smashed another
boundary to win the game.
In an unbroken 101-run partnership, Blake's nine
runs were invaluable.
Ron finished on 118 not out.
A great win for the Island and a perfect warm up for
the one-dayer against undefeated Korumburra at Royal
Rhyll next week.
Phillip Island's Ron Young and Charith Keerthis-
inghe made centuries in their respective C Grade
and A Grade matches on Saturday. Ron unleashed
a display of power hitting to see his side to victory
against Wonthaggi Club. And despite his team not
winning on the day Charith had plenty to celebrate
as he brought up his first ever 100, for both the club
and his career.
IN A close semi final match in the Ladies A
Grade, Pam Cameron scored a one-shot win
against Marilyn Forrest and will now go on to
play Robyn Dennis in the final.
Pam got away to a great start but Marilyn
fought her way back only to go down by the
closest of margins.
In the Men's A Grade semi-final Ray Naylor
also had a heart-stopper against cool-hand
On the way to a seemingly easy win, Ray
dropped a couple of fours late in the match
and found himself on the back foot against
the Scotsman but with the score at 23-22,
and Hamish holding shot to square the match
Ray, with his last bowl, somehow managed to
bump Hamish out to pick up the two shots
needed to win the match.
The Men's Pairs final between B Anketell
and B Ryan versus A Blackwell and G Cohen
will be played at 11am on Friday, December
11 and the Ladies Pairs final between J Al-
len Dayle and B Hyslop versus J Cohen and
J Naylor will also be played that day at 1pm.
The Ladies A Grade final between Pam
Cameron versus Robyn Dennis will be played
at 11am on Sunday, December 13.
Division 1 travelled to Wonthaggi and a
close tussle on the grass against a determined
home side resulted in a draw 62 shots all.
Division 2 travelled to Loch and on the
grass recorded a big win scoring 97 shots to
Both sides continue to lead in their respec-
tive divisions and with the season now into
the second half will hope to keep up the good
This week both sides are at home with Di-
vision 1 hosting Leongatha and Division 2
meeting Phillip Island.
Division 2 travelled to Mirboo North and
came home with the points but only after a
struggle against the bottom side on its tricky
Final score was 71 to 61 in San Remo's fa-
vour with two rink wins and a draw.
Visitors Wonthaggi Gold were too good for
Division 3, beating the home side 83 to 57.
San Remo salvaged 2 precious points from
a rink win.
Division 5 continued on its winning way
with a good win away on the grass at Toora
collecting the points with an 83 to 57 victory.
This coming Saturday Division 2 will travel
to Tarwin Lower, Division 3 will meet Foster
at home and Division 5 will also be at home
against top side Corinella.
With a number of players otherwise en-
gaged only 18 turned up for pennant practice/
roll up on Wednesday.
Winners of the match practice were Tony
McKiernan, Simon Waters (sub Rob Dennis)
and Charles Farquhar.
Saturday pennant players are reminded
that Wednesday afternoon practice is on each
week at 1pm.
It is an important part of the build up to
the finals and if you can get along it would be
appreciated - and who knows you might learn
Semi finals close at San Remo
Sunday competition - Stableford: Winner: Evelyn
Cameron H/C (24) 37 points; 2nd Greg Thom H/C (20)
NTP: 8th Neil Bentley, 17th Kevin Matthews.
All Golf Link holders welcome for Sunday competi-
tion, 9am at guest fees.
Weekly Pitch and Putt: Winner: Ian Murray 24 nett.
NTP: 9th Jamie Naismith (365cm).
Hole-in-one jackpot voucher stands at $789; Pitch &
Putt hole-in-ones nil.
Friday golf special, pay for 9 holes, play unlimited.
Summer golf pass $195, unlimited to April 1, 2016.
Aussie golf results
JAN Dyer is ladies singles
champion after defeating Val
Wallis in an exciting final played
at Phillip Island Bowling Club
The most prestigious event on
the ladies calendar, the match
was pretty even throughout,
with lots of oohs and aaahs from
the crowd, as bowls just missed
their targets and at end 15 there
were only 2 shots separating the
ahead, at end 20 she took anoth-
er 4 to lead 24 to 12, followed by
2 more shots on end 21.
The score shows a very differ-
ent story to the bowls put down.
Congratulations to both play-
ers on a well contested match
resulting in Jan Dyer becoming
the new Ladies Singles Cham-
Division 1 travelled to Foster
and registered a win 71 to 63.
Dorothy Wagner with Paddy
Francis, Phyl Major and Glo-
ria Caile won 22 to 15, Wendy
Braun, Jan Dyer, Yvonne Clode
and Val Wallis won 24 to 17 and
Polly Major, Robyn Eames, Jan
Stubbs and Lois May lost 25 to
Division 2 travelled to Lang
Lang and registered a loss 53 to
Lorraine Waters with Dee
Reynolds, Ian Diss and Marj Be-
aton won 20 to 18, Carol Hoff-
man with Jan Dixon, Marlene
Puncher and Bev Emmett lost
18 to 31 and Jan Chipperfield
with Judy Christie, Margaret
Rogers and Faye Jamieson lost
15 to 31.
Division 3 travelled to Foster
and registered a loss 38 to 40.
Gwenda Arnold with Inara
Vezis, Brian Arnold and Doro-
thy Young lost 19 to 23 and Di
Bateman with Cindy Honkey,
Les McGhee and Inge Royce won
28 to 17.
On Thursday, December 3 a
small number hit the greens in
"great" conditions, so I am told.
There was one visitor this week
from Drouin, Mick Fleming.
Winners - Bob Weaver, Mer-
rilyn King and Peter Dawes,
runners-up - Di Bateman, Sam
Cachia, Paul Sammut and Joan
Ladies tournament day
On Friday, December 4 the an-
nual Ladies Tournament Day,
sponsored by Sapphire Care
was held and apart from a cou-
ple of late withdrawals, the day
went off well.
The weather was very kind,
in fact a bit too kind, as all the
ladies came in quite red faced
seeking cool refreshments at
lunchtime and at the end of play.
Thanks to all the lovely ladies
who assisted and provided raffle
prizes on the day, the wonderful
gents for serving in the kitchen
and the bar and to Shirley for
her untiring work liaising with
the visiting clubs.
A big thank you to Rosemary
Pace and Leanne Braun, from
Sapphire Care, for coming in
to present all the winners with
Ditch to ditch winners: top
green - Nellie Van Dyk, from Fish
Creek and bottom green - Janice
Blackwell, from San Remo.
Best 1st game - Cindy Honkey,
Dorothy Young, Di Bateman and
Faye Jamieson, from Phillip Is-
Best 2nd game - Irene Daw-
son, Gwen Price, June Datman
and Lyne Rippon, from Drouin.
Best 3rd game - Bev Tyers,
Gwen Facey, Guila Giacchi-
rini and Jose Bohn, from Fish
The overall winners were -
Kathy Simpson, Wendy Braun,
Julie Kernow and Yvonne Clode
(a mixed team from Wonthaggi
and Phillip Island).
Division 1 Blue played host
to Wonthaggi and had a win 88
shots to 42.
David Hanlon with Peter For-
rest, Paul Brown and Arthur
Denny won 35 to 9, Daryl Ma-
jor with Bill Francis, John Batty
and Graeme Cornell won 32 to
13 and John Newcombe with
Russell May, Russell Taylor and
Kevin Wagner won 21 to 20.
Division 1 White journeyed to
Inverloch and lost 45 to 78.
Denis Oakley with Graeme
Key, Barrie Goldsbury and Les
Sheppard lost 14 to 20, Hans
Olierook with Steve Farrelly, Ken
Gill and Brian Arnold lost 16
to 30 and Jan Van Zanen with
Jack Bell, Howard Spencer and
Bob Hurst lost 15 to 28.
Division 3 went to Wonthaggi
and lost 44 to 85.
Phil Martin with George Mol,
Ian Ferguson and Bruce Punch-
er lost 20 to 23, Richard Poole
with Ted Breasley, Ian Diss and
Reg Excell lost 11 to 35 while
Norm Waters with Paddy Fran-
cis, Kevin Brown and Bob Carter
lost 13 to 27.
Division 4 met Inverloch White
at the Dunsmore Road greens
and lost 69 to 75.
Greg Dixon with Hank Schepe-
maker, Bill McParland and Lau-
rie Goodman lost 17 to 40, Les
McGhee with Dave Hoffman,
Phyl Major and Greg Lyon won
24 to 16 and Fred Vezis with
Max Opitz, Snow Lacco and
Sam Cachia won 28 to 19.
Division 5 also went to Inver-
loch and won 89 to 59.
Ken Gray with Polly Major,
Serge Castel and John Hirst
won 37 to 15, Barrie Foreman
with Paul Sammut, Ken Linton
and Leigh Sutcliffe won 27 to
17 and Ron Rogers with Stuart
Farmer, Brian Legg and Allen
Ward lost 25 to 27.
Exciting final for Ladies Championship
Robyn Eames, Ladies President (centre), congratulates Val Wallis,
runner-up (left) and Jan Dyer, winner of the Ladies Singles Champi-
onship played at Phillip Island Bowling Club on Sunday.
The winners on Ladies Tournament Day are pictured in the PIBC
clubrooms after the event, from left: Yvonne Clode, Julie Kernow,
Rosemary Pace, representing (Sapphire Care, event sponsor), Wen-
dy Braun and Kathy Simpson.
Social bowls winners at PIBC last Thursday are pictured, from
left: Bob Weaver, Merrilyn King and Peter Dawes.
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