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Newhaven College swimming carnival
A GREAT day of partici-
pation, fun and healthy
competition was had by
all at Newhaven College’s
Junior School Swimming
Carnival on Friday, Febru-
Head of Junior School,
Ralph Arceo encouraged
eager swimmers from
Prep to Year 4 to “have a
positive attitude, try your
best, and support and
cheer for your friends and
Mr Arceo congratulated
all students for represent-
ing themselves and their
House to the best of their
Eight school records
were broken on the day.
Luke Car set an amaz-
ing four new marks for
the Under 10 boys 50m
butterfly - 49.88, Under
10 boys 50m breaststroke
50.06, Under 10 boys
50m backstroke - 45.84
and the Under 10 boys
50m freestyle - 40.62.
Jaelina Kiley broke two
records, the Under 10
girls 50m butterfly in a
time of 44.86 and the Un-
der 10 girls 50m freestyle
Nathan Patch claimed
the Under 8 25 Metre
Butterfly record with a
time of 27.40 and Finlay
Cameron broke the Un-
der 8 boys 25m freestyle
with a time of 23.64.
When all the points
were tallied, Sambell
House were the clear
winners followed by
Clarke House in sec-
ond place, Bass House
in third and McHaffie
House finished fourth.
Junior School Cap-
tains of Sambell House,
Cara Moschetti and
Liam Fuery, accepted the
winning shield on be-
half of their team mates
and thanked all of the
students, parents and
teachers for contribut-
ing to a great swimming
WONTHAGGI Little Ath-
letes met on a warm morn-
ing to record 116 personal
bests on Saturday.
Two club records were
Tevuro Ihomana Mont-
gomery broke the Under
11 Girls javelin record with
a throw of 21.78m.
Jeremiah Evans broke
the Under 6 Boys turbo
javelin record with a throw
A reminder that there
is no meet this weekend
at the Dudley Campus as
many athletes will be com-
peting in Berwick at the
Athletes who recorded
four PBs for this week are
as follows: Under 6 Boys:
Jeremiah Evans - turbo
javelin, long jump, 80m
Under 7 Boys: Felix Bath-
gate - long jump, 80m hur-
dles, 70m, 200m.
Under 7 Girls: Lulu
Curtis - turbo javelin, long
jump, 70m, 200m.
Under 9 Boys: Jai Mac-
Donald - 800m, 80m hur-
dles, discus, 200m.
Sambell House Junior school captains Cara Mos-
chetti and Liam Fuery accepted the winning shield
from Marcelle Krieg.
Luke Car, left, from Clarke House is pictured with two of his four first place
ribbons, that all resulted in new school records. Noah Muller, Kye Ryan and
Oliver Hibbert also had a successful swim carnival.
Jaelina Kiley, third from right, from Sambell House set two new records in
the Under 10 Girls 50m butterfly and freestyle. Her blue faced team-mates
are, from left, Amelia White and Claire Banks with Tayla Dean swimming for
Tuesday, February 9: Par.
1st - Barry Melven H/C (32) +7,
2nd - Karl Eise H/C (19) +5 c/b
from A Harris.
Wayne Jenner had an eagle on the
NTP: 5th - A Treacey, 7th - G
O’Callaghan, 10th - C Zenno, 17th -
There was a great turnout for Tues-
day’s event. Welcome to first gamer
with the 9-holers Brian Carvell.
Ron Hately H/C (34) won with a
score of +2 and runners-up were
Laurie Petrusch and Len Fenton.
Robert Pascoe was NTP.
Thursday, February 11: Open Sta-
1st - Bill Lang H/C (17) 40 points,
2nd - Geoff May H/C (26) 38 points
on c/b from K Sinclair, H Black and
NTP: 5th - Fred Ardern, 7th - Tony
Law, 10th - Ange Capraro, 17th - Da-
Men’s and Ladies 9 holers: Stabl-
The overcast morning made play-
ing very competitive which resulted
in some excellent scoring.
Laurie Petrusch H/C (24) won
on a c/b from Basil Moloney H/C
(17), both on 22 points and John
Swarbrick H/C (34) had 21 points.
Basil also won NTP.
Saturday, February 13: Stroke.
A Grade winner - Luke Zoanetti
H/C (11) 67 net, r/up - Stuart Carson
H/C (9) 68 net.
B Grade winner - Matt Brown H/C
(16) 67 net, r/up - Peter Laydon H/C
(16) 70 net c/b.
C Grade winner - Ryane Averty H/C
(29) 67 net, r/up - Stuart Harvie H/C
(29) 68 net.
NTP: 5th - Roy Fleming, 7th - Rus-
sell White, 10th - Luke Zoanetti,
17th - Garry Blair.
This week’s event is Stableford.
Jeff Bennett had an eagle on the
Open 9 holers: Stableford.
Malcolm MacArthur off H/C (27)
came in with 18 points.
Wednesday, February 10: Par.
Winner - Wendy Hamilton H/C (27)
+3, r/up - Sue Brown H/C (20) +1
NTP: A Grade - Sue Brown, B
Grade - Pam Rothfield, C Grade - Mi-
This week’s event is Monthly Med-
al Stroke/qualifying for match play.
Saturday, February 13: Stroke.
Winner - Karen Green H/C (14) 72
net, r/up - Nola Crothers H/C (11) 73
NTP: 7th - Karen Green, 10th - Liz
Phillip Island golf results
San Remo Bowls news
IT was the last round of Tuesday
pennant and both San Remo sides
Division 1 had an easy day
against Meeniyan winning 127 to
52 whilst at Phillip Island Division
It has been a great season for
both Tuesday sides with Division
1 confirming its dominance of the
competition whilst Division 2 not
only improved to top the ladder,
but with 184 points had top score
of all SGBD Divisions (beating San
Remo Division 5 with 183 points).
The finals will kick off on Tues-
day with Division 1 playing Inver-
loch at Tarwin Lower and Division
2 travelling to Leongatha to play
In the semi finals of Saturday
pennant at Phillip Island Division
2 lost to Inverloch and at Inverloch
Division 5 lost to Corinella.
So now both sides get to play in
the preliminary finals next Saturday.
Division 2 will play Tarwin Lower
at Toora and Division 5 will meet
Phillip Island at Inverloch.
It was nice to see some new
names on the winners list at Cor-
porate Bowls last week with Simon
Wooding, Ben Annison and Stacey
Homichi, representing Silverwater
Resort, winning the night.
Runners-up were Graham Tay-
lor, Mandy Taylor, Brendan Lynch
and Bill Andrews from the SFA
The good weather has certainly
kept numbers up and the continu-
ing support from patrons is much
Great to see so many old and
current members attend the wake
for Ron Jennings on Friday eve-
Many thanks to George and
Wendy O’Brien for catering the
event so generously and to oth-
ers who brought food and helped
in the bar and kitchen; thanks
also to the Jennings family for
their generous contribution to the
event. RIP Ron.
Corporate bowls winners, Simon Wooding, Ben Annison and Stacey
Homichi, representing Silverwater Resort, with tournament director
Jeff Coleman at San Remo Bowls Club last week.
TUESDAY pennant: Division 1 host-
ed Leongatha and registered a win
127 to 55.
Dorothy Wagner with Paddy Francis,
Phyl Major and Lois May won, Wendy
Braun with Jan Dyer, Val Wallis and
Yvonne Clode won and Polly Major
with Robyn Eames, Jan Stubbs and
Gloria Caile won.
Division 2 hosted San Remo going
down 74 to 78.
Jan Chipperfield with Lorraine Wa-
ters, Gwenda Arnold and Marj Bea-
ton lost 20 to 27, Judy Christie with
Jan Dixon, Ian Diss and Bev Emmett
lost 26 to 28 and Phyl Major with Dee
Reynolds, Margaret Rogers and Doro-
thy Young won 28 to 23.
Division 3 hosted Inverloch and reg-
istered a win 57 to 32.
Marlene Puncher with Marian Hill,
Faye Jamieson and Bruce Puncher
won 34 to 18 and Diane Bateman with
Cindy Honkey, Inge Royce and Shirley
Weaver won 57 to 32.
Division 1 made it into the finals
which were played yesterday (Febru-
ary 16) at Tarwin Lower, good bowling
Monthly summer triples
On an overcast morning which
slowly revealed a lovely afternoon,
they gathered for this hotly contested
Game 1 winners - the team of H
Olierook with plus 15.
Game 2 winners - the team of R Ait-
ken with plus 10.
Game 3 winners - the team of H
Olierook with plus 12.
Game 4 winners - the team of H
Olierook with plus 15.
Overall winners - the team of H
Olierook with plus 51, runners-up -
the team of R Poole with plus 12.
The finals series got underway last
week with some great results for the
Division 1 Blue went to Toora to
play arch rivals Inverloch and unfor-
tunately went down by four shots, 66
Hans Olierook with Peter Forrest,
Paul Brown and Arthur Denny won 27
to 20, Daryl Major with Bill Francis,
John Batty and Graeme Cornell won
23 to 22 and John Newcombe with
Russell May, Russell Taylor and Kevin
Wagner lost 16 to 28.
Division 3 played Wonthaggi Gold at
Tarwin Lower and won 77 to 59.
Phil Martin with Dave Hoffman,
Bruce Puncher and Brian Arnold won
22 to 17, Richard Poole with Colin
Binch, George Mol and Reg Excell
won 29 to 20 while Norm Waters with
Paddy Francis, Ian Diss and John Pa-
terno won 26 to 22.
Division 4 travelled to San Remo to
play Wonthaggi and won 80 to 64.
Fred Vezis with Max Opitz, Snow
Lacco and Sam Cachia won 35 to
16, Les McGhee with Phyl Major, Bill
McParland and Greg Lyon won 30 to
25 while Robin Blackman with Greg
Dixon, Ted Breasley and Bob Carter
lost 15 to 23.
Division 5 went to Inverloch to play
against Foster and won 70 to 67.
Polly Major with Paul Sammut,
Serge Castel and John Hirst won 21
to 17, Ron Rogers with Barrie Fore-
man, Laurie Goodman and Allen
Ward drew 21 shots apiece and Ken
Gray with Bill Giles, Leigh Sutcliffe
and Ken Linton lost 28 to 29.
As Division 1 Blue had the second
chance, all four sides will be playing
again next Saturday.
Division 1 play Leongatha at Toora,
Division 3 play Foster at Tarwin Low-
er, Division 4 is also at Tarwin Lower
against Inverloch White and Division 5
will play Corinella at Inverloch.
Keep up the winning streak and the
club hopes to have all four sides play-
ing again on February 27 in the grand
Again, good luck and great bowling
to all finalists.
The Ray White team of Wayne Grattan, Sue Grat-
tan and Peter Oates won Corporate bowls played at
PIBC last week. With just three rounds to go, the
battle for top four is hotting up.
Hans Olierook, Arthur Denny and Russell Taylor
were the overall winners of monthly summer triples
played at PIBC last Thursday.
Phillip Island bowls
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