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Phillip Island players Chloe Moxey, Shelby Heatley, Kaitlyn Treacey and Keisha Muller
race for the ball!
Island Girls record
another solid win
AFTER a number of weeks off football, due
to school holidays, the Phillip Island girls’ foot-
ball team began the game last week against the
Southern Suns a little slowly.
Missing a number of players due to injury and
other commitments the girls who took the field
knew they had a tough job in front of them.
The girls had many scoring opportunities in
the first half scoring one goal and five behinds;
however the opposition gave them a bit of a
fright as they scored a goal before the end of
With Caitlin (Robbo) Robinson a late with-
drawal, the ruck duties fell to Laura (Thommo)
Thompson and Raynoo Nancarrow.
Laura worked tirelessly in the first quarter al-
most running herself into the ground, and Ray-
noo stepped up brilliantly to provide her with
Charli (Chaz) Ross, Emily Witkowski and
Helen (Quickkie) Silver were covering a huge
amount of the ground and providing great run
and carry for the team.
In the third term Chloe (Foxy) Moxey was
moved from full back where she had limited
the opposition scoring, onto the ball and what
an awesome performance.
In her best game of the season Chloe’s second
and third efforts chasing, tackling, smothering
and driving the ball forward helped the girls up
forward to pile on the goals.
Shelby Heatley and Keish (Mugga) Muller pro-
vided great targets up forward snagging three
goals each and providing great forward pres-
sure to keep the ball in attack.
Bonnie Mullins moved to the backline and
with the help of Skye Johnson continually re-
pelled attacks from the other team, even giving
the Dustin Martin don’t argue a couple of times.
As the game progressed the girls continued
to grow in confidence and demonstrated some
sensational passages of play from end to end.
Once again a great team effort and thankyou
to those girls who played a quarter for the op-
Score: Phillip Island 10.10.70 d Southern
Phillip Island goals: Shelby Heatley 3, Keisha
Muller 3, Raynoo Nancarrow 1, Leah (Toma-
hawk) Hawker 1, Chloe (Foxy) Moxey 1, Charli
Best PI: Chloe Moxey, Charli Ross, Shelby
Heatley, Skye Johnson, Keish Muller, Emily
Witkowski, Helen Silver, Raynoo Nancarrow.
Charli Ross shepherds while Raynoo Nancarrow sweeps up the ball in the forward line.
ON SUNDAY, the San Remo
Bowls Club held a “wake”
for the Starford family, their
friends and club members to
celebrate the life of popular
member Bob Starford who
passed away last week after a
About 100 family and friends
attended, many of them travel-
ling from Melbourne and be-
yond for the occasion.
Bob was an extremely popu-
lar member who along with
wife Carol contributed greatly
to the club. He will be missed.
Everyone at the club extends
sympathy to Carol and the
Thank you to members of
the club and the family who
contributed to make the day
A fine sunny afternoon with
the temperature in the high
teens saw a great turnout for
winter bowls last Wednesday.
It was good to see Ruth Hill
and Judith Stoney back on the
green and playing well.
Not to mention Hamish
Young and Frank Truscott... or
did we just do that?
The winning side was that of
June Farquhar, Robbie Hill and
Runners-up were Charles
Farquhar, Neil Stoney and Ruth
Graham Mendola finally got a
game and played a good game
of arm bowls in a losing side.
The less said about the
weather on Saturday the better
and needless to say no play was
Hopefully weather conditions
will be okay for Wednesday
winter bowls and Saturday roll
up this week. Both days are a
12.30pm start, all welcome.
San Remo bowls news
Rob Jeffreys and Frank Truscott enjoy the sunshine at San
Remo winter bowls last week.
Winter bowls winners Robbie Hill, June Farquhar (s) and
Tony McKiernan are pictured at San Remo Bowls Club last
LAST Tuesday was a much
nicer day for triples and 60
players came out to enjoy the
day, including teams from
San Remo and Wonthaggi.
Best first game went to
Chris Fricke, Ian Diss and
Bill Hathway with +17 shots.
Best second game went to
Greg Dixon, Jan Dixon and
Jan Stubbs with +10 shots
while best third game went to
Jack Bell, Bob Hurst and Reg
Excell with +15 shots.
Arthur Denny, Ray Aylen
and Marion Hill won the day
with +25 shots.
Thursday, July 21 and
Saturday, July 23 were both
washouts. Winter returned
with a vengeance.
The Friday night members
draw was not won this week
so it progresses to $55 next
Friday. Remember, you must
be present to win if your
number is drawn by the com-
Phillip Island bowls
MEN’S results: Tuesday, July
1st - Stuart Harvie H/C (30)
41 points, 2nd - Paul Dickson
H/C (19) 39 points c/b from Rod
NTP: 5th Mike Fitzmaurice,
7th Paul Dickson, 10th Brian
Rennie, 17th Gerald Taylor.
9 holes: Malcolm MacArthur
won on a c/b with 18 points from
Bob Pascoe 18 points and Basil
Moloney 17 points.
Thursday, July 21: Stableford.
1st - Nigel Firth H/C (16) 41
points, 2nd - Gary Hinch H/C
(15) 39 points.
NTP: 5th John Leheny, 7th
Craig Southern, 10th Gary Inch,
17th Craig Southern.
Men’s and ladies 9 holes: The
winner was Ian Bray with 12
points from Bob Pascoe, Brian
Carvell and Mal MacArthur, all
with 18 points.
Saturday, July 23: Stableford.
On a wet, wild and windy day
some brave members faced the
elements to complete 18 holes.
A Grade winner - James
Fowler H/C (4) with 35 points, r/
up - Jack Ross H/C (13) with 34
points, with three lost balls!
B Grade winner - Jim Watts
H/C (15) 33 points, r/up - Chris
Sanderson H/C (17) 32 points.
C Grade winner - Mark Hill
H/C (22) 31 points c/b, r/up
John Benson H/C (23) 31
NTP: 5th J Shaw, 7th Jason
King, 17th Brent White.
Wednesday, July 20: Monthly
A Grade winner - Di Gray H/C
(20) 79 net.
B Grade winner - Pam Roth-
field H/C (25) 78 net.
C Grade winner - Ros Reid
H/C (44) 74 net.
Congratulations to Ros Reid
who was this month’s medal
Best putting - Alice Schofield
and Sue Brown 30 putts.
Grade - Mary Taylor, C Grade -
Next week’s event is Stabl-
eford, shotgun start 9am.
Wednesday’s ladies comp winners at Phillip Island Golf
Club are pictured, from left: Ros Reid (C Grade and Monthly
Medal), Pam Rothfield (B Grade) and Di Gray (A Grade).
Phillip Island golf
James Fowler (A Grade) and Mark Hill (C Grade) were the
winners on a wild and wet Saturday at PIGC.
Arthur Denny, Marion Hill and Ray Aylen were Satur-
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