Home' Phillip Island and San Remo Advertiser : August 31, 2016 Contents PAGE 30 - THE ADVERTISER, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 31, 2016
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Island blown away
in third quarter
WHO can explain how these
things happen? One minute
it’s a tightly contested game
where every kick is taken un-
der pressure and every hand-
The next minute one team
breaks away with a free-flow-
ing expression of everything
that’s good about this great
That was the tale of Satur-
day’s Under 16 AFNL Prelimi-
nary Final at Bass; an incred-
ibly close contest to half time
where only two goals-a -side
had been kicked, where the
wind advantage played a ma-
jor part and where there was
a great contest for the ball at
The Island’s ruck Tarquin
McMillan took’em on straight
out of the middle at the first
bounce, following his knock-
out forward against the wind
and the young Bulldogs really
should have had the first goal
on the board from several op-
responded and through Mc-
Innes and Bates (after a free
kick and 25 metres) they had
the only two goals of a wind
affected quarter. It could have
been more but for the deter-
mined defence of the Island.
In the second quarter, the
Island squared the ledger
with an early goal to Will Sem-
ple after a fine mark and a
late one to Brandon Lloyd af-
ter good lead-up play by Nick
Anderson and Liam Wilson-
But in between times, the
Islanders might have kicked a
few others to give them a buf-
fer; Smple, Taylor, Freeman,
Max Mattock, Sellers, Persall
and Zane Mattock among
those getting their hands on
In the third quarter, how-
ever, IK broke the game open
with a run of four goals at the
start of the third quarter, with
a strengthening wind advan-
tage and there was no holding
them from there.
ers stuck to their task and
matched it with IK in the last
quarter but it had been the
Sea Eagles’ day.
Final scores: IK 12.3.75 de-
feated Phillip Island 4.428.
Best player for Phillip Island in the Under 16s Preliminary
Final last Saturday was Max Mattock, on the run early in the
game at a windy Bass oval.
Phillip Island’s Zac Bennett is first to the contest with Under 16 team mate Cale Farrell
running in to lend a hand in Saturday’s preliminary final at Bass. Unfortunately for the
young Bulldogs Inverloch-Kongwak were just too strong on the day and they advance to the
grand final at Meeniyan this week.
SOUTH West Gippsland
Midweek Bowls was held at
Tarwin Lower on Thursday,
August 25 with 29 players.
There were three two-game
The winning team was
skipped by Alan Marshall with
Pat Stoneham and Tony Merlo.
skipped by Peter McWilliams
with Sean McWilliams and
The best one-game winners
were skipped by Graham Rig-
by with Wilma Coleman, Joy
Brown and Reg Excell.
Players thanked Wilma for
her scones and cakes which
were greatly appreciated, and
the Tarwin Lower club for its
warm hospitality and use of its
The next game is at Koo Wee
Lunch is provided for those
who want it.
Keep well and happy bowl-
August shoot results
WESTERNPORT Field and Game had 142
shooters for the two day super shoot on August
14 and 15 - a great result considering the recent
The weekend was a great success as well as the
Saturday night feast which patrons consumed
14kg of pork, 8kg beef, and 10kg of venison.
The club thanks sponsors GB Corsivia for
their wonderful support, Purple Hen Wines for
their very nice drop, Grant Sanford from Bow-
man Traps and to all the punters who came
along and had a crack.
Results: High Gun was awarded to Fred Botica
with a score of 136.
Grade winners: AA Grade: 1st Grant Sanford
(134), 2nd Shane O’Brien (123), 3rd Rob Pas-
A Grade: 1st Ron Miller (123), 2nd Simon
Gunther (113), 3rd Lewis Betts (112).
B Grade: 1st Billy Mioni (105), 2nd Graeme
Cole (104), 3rd Graeme Kemp (103).
C Grade: 1st Ash Moat (79), 2nd Daniel Mel-
drum (77), 3rd Fred Huitema (74).
Veterans: 1st Tony Power (119), 2nd Lionel
Bradley (117), 3rd Warwick Cumberland (113).
Ladies: 1st Brooke Tangey (99), 2nd Deborah
Bradley (98), 3rd Krystal Butler (95).
Juniors: 1st Brendan O’Brien (87), 2nd Ellen
Gunther (81), 3rd Lachlan Bulk (63).
Westernport Field and Game’s next shoot is on
Sunday, September 19 consisting of 75 targets
with nominations commencing at 9.30am.
Clay target shooting is suitable for all ages and
fitness levels with juniors shooting for free.
Jeff Crowley, from Langford Jones Homes, event sponsor (second left), congratulates
Tuesday Triples winners at PIBC last week Wal Leijen, Graham Jackson and Noel Jack-
Phillip Island bowls
TUESDAY, August 23: Six-
ty-six players turned out for
the final game of the Winter
Triples series on a fine and
They were joined for the
day by regular visitors from
Inverloch, San Remo and
Best first game was won by
Ian Ferguson, Barrie Golds-
bury and Laurie Goodman
with 18 shots up.
Best second game was won
by Dennis Mulcahy, John
Kappler and Judy Christie
with 21 shots up.
Graham Jackson, Noel
Jackson and Wal Leijen took
the best third game prize with
11 shots up.
Jeff Crowley from Langford
Jones Homes, sponsors of
the event, presented Graham
Jackson, Noel Jackson and
Wal Leijen with the overall
winners’ prizes for a score of
35 shots up.
Thursday, August 25: So-
cial bowls was converted into
a friendly roll-up session as
not enough players presented
for the game.
Saturday, August 27: A trial
day for a new format of three
bowl pairs, taken from the
Jack Attack series but with-
out the sets component.
Twenty-eight players turned
out on a very windy day to
give the game a test run.
Best first game went to Phyl
Major and Judy Christie.
Best second game went to
Les McGhee and Jan Chip-
Kevin Brown and Sam Ca-
chia were the overall winners
on the day ahead of David
Hanlon and Laurie Goodman
who were runners-up.
A vote was taken on the
new format compared to the
normal 2-4-2 format which
resulted overwhelmingly in a
vote for the 2-4-2 format to be
the game of choice.
The Friday night members
draw was not won this week
so it increases to $55 next Fri-
day. Remember you must be
present to win if your number
is drawn by the computer.
Kevin Brown and Sam Cachia were the winners of three
bowl pairs, played at the Dunsmore Road greens on Saturday.
Phillip Island golf
MEN’S results: Tuesday, August 23: Par.
1st John Savas H/C (20) +3, 2nd John Inch H/C
(14) +2, 3rd Michael Christopher and Tony Law
NTP: 5th Aaron Treacey, 7th Stewart Hamilton,
10th Tony Law, 17th G Graves.
9 holes: Par.
The day’s winner was Brian Carvell with +1.
Thursday, August 25: Stableford.
1st Barry Hunter H/C (23) 37 points, 2nd Phil
Foster H/C (20) 36 points.
NTP: 5th Rob Haydon, 7th John Maglica, 10th
Gary Inch, 17th Stewart Hamilton.
Men’s and ladies 9 holes: Stableford.
Bob Pascoe was the victor with 17 points.
Saturday, August 27: Stableford.
A Grade winner Aaron Treacey H/C (8) 42
points, r/up Tony Shannon H/C (11) 38 points c/b
from John Fitzpatrick.
B Grade winner Phil Dressing H/C (15) 34
points c/b, r/up John Wiseman H/C (18) 34 points.
C Grade winner Mark Anderson H/C (22) 41
points, r/up Rick Colling H/C (21) 40 points.
NTP: 5th Aaron Treacey, 7th Jim Richardson,
10th Jason King, 17th Aaron Treacey.
Aaron also had an eagle on the 14th hole.
Next week’s event is Men’s Monthly Medal, spon-
sored by R & E Panelmasters.
Wednesday, August 24: Stroke, Monthly Medal.
A Grade winner Deb Orr H/C (14) 76 net.
B Grade winner Marilyn John H/C (33) 74 net.
Marilyn also won the Monthly Medal.
C Grade winner Jill Moor H/C (39) 79 net.
NTP: A Grade No one, B Grade Rosemary Bai-
ley, C Grade Ros Reid.
Next week’s event is Stableford, shotgun start at
Saturday, August 27: Stableford.
Winner Jeanette Diss H/C (18) 36 points, r/up
Karen Green H/C (13) 35 points.
NTP: 17th Cheryl White. Next Saturday’s com-
petition is Stroke. 9 holes: Stableford.
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