Davies good all round

Mid-week: All welcome to Cheating Tuesday, ball toss at 9am for playing partners. Full details on all Forbes golf from the Pro Shop on 6851 1554. Photo features Phil Maher.

Veterans’ GolfAlf Davies continues as one of the best all-round sportsmen in Forbes, this time in golf. Prior to today Alf showed outstanding talents to be one of the best in the district on the rugby league field (unfortunately with the Parkes Spacemen) while equally at home on the squash and tennis courts in his current home of Forbes. Today bowls and golf are at the forefront for the likeable and talented gentleman. Last weekend he undertook a new challenge playing in the championship fours at the ‘Bowlie’ with success. Last Thursday he blitzed all comers in the 12-hole veterans golf competition between players from Forbes and Parkes. With a two under par round Alf massed 29 points coasting to an easy win over another fellow Forbes member in Ted Morgan who was runner-up with 25 points on a count-back from two other local players, Garry Collits and Barry Parker. Parkes did pick up a trophy, Ron Klein with seven points for the Encouragement Award.

Ball sweep to 21 points; 25 Garry Collits, Barry Parker, 23 Max Haley (F), Richard Hamilton (P), Graham Cooke (P), John Pearce (P), 22 Tom Edols (F), Laurie Wakefield (P), 21 John O’Shannessy (P).

Nearest the pins; ninthA grade Alf Davies, B Richard Hamilton, 18th A Graham Cooke, B nil. Upcoming events; Thursday in Parkes for 12 holes, 9.30am noms for a 10am tee-off. March 9, 12 holes in Forbes, 12.30pm noms, 1pm tee-off.March 16 is the Lachlan Valley AGM in Forbes with nominations for committee now open, closing on March 9. Scores in Cheating Tuesday last week were also tops with Vince Aitken top scoring with 36 points for the 12 hole handicap competition. Garry Collits must be wondering when he will get to the alter first finishing runner-up yet again with 32 points.

BRIDGE CLUB NEWSFebruary 20 we played a sixtable Mitchell movement. The North South winners were Peter Dorn and Fay Davis on 60.00 per cent with Peter MacPhillamy and Alpana Mahagaonkar in second place on 56.30 per cent.The East West winners were Jan Latter and Jenny Freeman on 62.10 per cent and in second place were Helen Hurley and Judy Kerr on 55.40 per cent. February 23 we played a fivetable Howell movement. The winners were Peter MacPhillamy and Alpana Mahagaonkar on 64.60 per cent with Geoff Coles and Judy Kerr and Enid and Alan Baker in equal second place on 52.10 per cent and in fourth place on 51.40 per cent were Cheryl and Ray Burridge.

FORBES WOMEN’S BOWLINGThe last day of summer today and the ladies are hoping for a cooler Autumn.We had two games of triples and one game of pairs last week for our social players and a rest for our Club competitions

Alice Allen Annette Tisdell and Pat Hodson were the lucky rink winners and Pat Hodson took home the meat tray Lucky Pat this week. The spider competition was won by Ann Mackay who got her bowl closest to the spider with money raised for our Charity. Tomorrow we will see a Major Singles game with Ann Mackay versus Lyn Simmonds with Colleen Liebich the marker and at the weekend Leisa Burton versus Sandra Priest with Annette Tisdell the marker. The Selectors for March will be Judy Girot and Lyn Elliott and the morning tea ladies Kay Toohey and Lesley Dunstan. Helen Pitt will be celebrating her birthday this week and we hope to see her on the green again soon Happy Birthday.We were all thinking of Carol Thurlow as she passed away suddenly last week and we offer our sympathy to Ron and family some of the bowlers formed a guard of honour at the funeral she was always happy to watch the bowls on Friday evenings. Phonethe club tomorrow between 8.30am and 9am for a social game.

Croquet NewsRemember:March 14General Meeting after croquet at the clubhouse. March 21 Birthday lunch at Vandenberg Hotel List at croquet to put your names down if attending. A bigcheerio to Doreen who is out of action for about threemonths, following her operation this Thursday, All the best wishes for you Doreen.

Results February 21:Mary Hodges, Lorraine Todd 9 defeated Barry White, Jeff Liebich 4. Jill Rubie, Alec Todd 7 defeated Joan Littlejohn, Nev Morrison 6. Elvy Quirk, Colleen Liebich 7 defeated Bob Murray, Harley Stewart 6. John MacCullagh, Libby Smart 7 defeated Carol Slattery, Ken Styles 6. John Cole, Wendy Jeffrey 8 defeated Lorna Field, Veva MacCullagh. Merv Langfield 7 defeated Robin Pols, Evelyn Mahlo 6. Bill Scott, Kath Broderick 7 defeatedJohn Brown, Dorothea Croker 6. Bruce Field, Tony Thomson 10 defeated Kevin Rubie 3. Lorraine Todd, Libby Smart 8 defeated Kath Broderick, Evelyn Mahlo 5. Wendy Jeffrey, Mary Hodges 7 defeated Harley Stewart, Lorna Field 6. Nev Morrison, John Cole 7 defeated Harley Stewart, Lorna Field 6. Joan Littlejohn, Veva MacCullagh 8 defeated Bob Murray, Carol Slattery 5. Jill and Kevin Rubie 7 defeatedColleen Liebich, Elvy Quirk 6. Robin Pols, Tony Thomson 9 defeated John MacCullagh, Alec Todd 4. Bill Scott, Merv Langfield 9 defeated Dorothea Croker, Barry White 4. Jeff Liebich, 7 defeated John Brown 6. Bob Murray, Dorothea Croker 8 defeated Mary Hodges, Elvy Quirk 5. Lorna Field, Joan Littlejohn 7 defeated Kevin Rubie, Jeff Liebich 6. Bruce Field, Jill Rubie 7 defeated Kath Broderick, Veva MacCullagh 6. Harley Stewart, Alec Todd 7 defeated 7 def John Brown, Nev Morrison 6. Ken Styles, Bill Scott 8 defeated Wendy Jeffrey, Evelyn Mahlo 5. Colleen Liebich, Merv Langfield 7 defeated Robin Pols, John Cole 6. Barry White 7 defeated Libby Smart 6. Carol Slattery, John MacCullagh 7 defeated Lorraine Todd, Tony Thomson 6.

AussieFebruary 25:Joan Littlejohn, Veva MacCullagh 14 defeated Dorothea Croker, Jeff Liebich 13. Ros Rennick, Merv Langfield 14 defeated Jane Hanbury, Marg Nelson 10. Bob Murray, Jill Rubie 14 defeated Alec Todd, Doreen Whitworth 13. Colleen Liebich, Lorraine Todd 14 defeated Kevin Rubie, Kath Broderick 11. Libby Smart, Tony Thomson 14 defeated Harley and Anne Stewart 11. Doreen Rogers, Bill Scott 14 defeated Cherylin Cole, Judy Ellis 11. Robin Pols, Barry White 154 defeated John MacCullagh, John Cole 11. Cherylin Cole, Kevin Rubie 14 defeated Harley Stewart, Marg Nelson 11. Tony Thomson, Joan Littlejohn 14 defeated Doreen Whitworth, Alec Todd 12. John MacCullagh, Bill Scott 14 defeated Libby Smart, Barry White 11. Veva MacCullagh, Jody Ellis 14 defeated Doreen Rogers, Jill Rubie 11. John Cole, Colleen Liebich 14 defeated Bob Murray, Dorothea Croker 11. Colleen Liebich, Kath Broderick, 14 defeated Merv Langfield, Lorraine Todd 13. Jane Hanbury, Ros Rennick 14 defeated Anne Stewart, Robin Pols 10. Lorraine Todd, Colleen Liebich 1 defeated Jeff Liebich, Dorothea Croker 9. Tony Thomson, Veva MacCullagh 14 defeated Libby Smart, Cherylin Cole 10. Barry White, Joan Littlejohn 14 defeated Anne Stewart, Jill Rubie 9. Harley Stewart, John Cole 14 defeated Kevin Rubie, Bob Murray 10. Judy Ellis, Doreen Whitworth 14 defeated Ros Rennick, Robin Pols 11.

NetballNetballers ready to start: The adjourned AGM of theForbesNetball Association will be held tomorrow night March1 at 6pm at the netball courts. There are some committee members who are unable to re-commit to their volunteering positions, and new members are needed, and will be elected from the floor. Although the AGM could notbe heldin February, a very productive general meeting went ahead, and planned the coming season.

Representative news:This is the start of the representative season for all players turing 12 years to u17years in 2017. Nomination forms are available on the FNA website, or will be available at the netball courts today, Tuesday February 28. Representative u17and 15 years.

The FNA is calling for more nominations from players trialling for the u17and 15 years teams. All nominations for these two age groups will close today, Tuesday February 28, and should be emailed to the Secretary Lyn Ford [email protected]苏州美甲美睫培训or handed inat the courts today. The u17team will compete in the NNSW State Championships over the June long weekend, and the 15 years team will compete in the NNSW State Age Championships on the first weeknd in the July school holidays.

Coach for the u17team is Kristin Read and assistant coach is Rebecca Roach. Coach for the 15 years team is Isabelle Cowhan. The 15 years team will combine with the 14 years players in 2017. Representative 12 and 13 years teams. An information day will be held at the netball courts at 6pm today,February 28. Players and parents who are interested should come and find out about FNA rep netball.

Players must be turning 12 or 13 years in 2017, and play in the local Saturday competition. Applications for the 12 and 13 years rep teams close on March 7. Coach for the 13 years team is Robyn Kenny. Coach for the 12 years team is Lyn Ford and assistant coach is Tasha Shaw. Autumn night competitions for both mixed and ladies teams. A grading night will be held this Wednesday April 1, for teams that have entered to date. Nominations are still open for any teams who would like to enter.

Nomination forms are available on the FNA website, or at the netball courts or emailed [email protected]苏州美甲美睫培训. Ladies may play in both the mixed and ladies competition on thesame night. Competitions will be played until the June long weekend, with Finals to be played on the Wednesday night after the long weekend.Players must be attending secondary school to open men and ladies. Anyone requiring help to register should contact Registrar Kerrie Priest. Draw forApril 1 grading.

Ladies competition:6-30pm crt 4 17s squad versusForbesEngineering (Carmen Stephens/Marg Spackman). 6-30pm crt 5 Golfie versus Walkers (Jack Piercy/Robyn kenny). Bye-Allsorts.

Mixed competition:7-30 crt 4 McClintocks versus Maguires Contracting (Robyn Kenny/Marg Spackman).

Saturday competition:The Saturday competition will be starting soon, and information on that competition will be in Fridays papers. Saturday competition age groups start with NetSetGo for 5-7 years skills, and 8-9 years competition. Divisions for competitions are 10/11 years, 12/13 years and open for 14 years to open ladies. Coaches and helpers will be needed for NetSetGo skills and competition, and 11 years and 13 years teams. Please see Coach Convenor Robyn Kenny.

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