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|1.||NQ Homes Douglas Muddies||Cricket Far North||2018-03-20||
3rd Grade Semi Final One Day Series (30 overs)
Semi Final Sat 17/3/18 Muddies 9/126 defeated Mulgrave PV 10/83
Grand Final Sun 18/3/18 Muddies 8/98 defeated Norths 10/97 - the tightest Grand Final you are ever likely to see!
|2.||Mossman and District Rifle Club||Mossman District Rifle Club St Patrick's day Meeting Saturday 17th March 2018||2018-03-17||
Norbit Schmidt 56.3, 60.3 = 116.6 out of a possible 126 points
Target Rifle :
Rick Mischlewski 47.4, 50.4 = 97.8 out of a possible 105
Chris Tsang 39, 41 = 80 out of a possible 105
The Saint Patricks Day Meeting was celebrated with three Australians’ of varying backgrounds. A Chinaman, a Polish man and German on the 600 metre Range; in total, three shooters’on the day. One participant in F Class and the other two in Full Bore Target Rifle helped to expedite the day. 30 degrees’ and with a mild Mirage on the day, conditions were steamy, cloudy, with varying breezes and hot to say the least.
Norbit Schmidt wasn’t quite his usual self with a total of 116.6 points out of a possible 126.
In Full Bore Target Rifle Rick Mischlewski was a little sporadic but was redeemed with improvement in his second round. Chris Tsang also saw an improvement in his second round but has seen better results in past meetings.
The next meeting will be on Saturday 24th March. All visitors and guest shooters are most welcome.
|3.||Mossman and District Rifle Club||Mossman Golf Club’s March 3rd weekly Meeting 2018||2018-03-03||
The Meeting for Saturday the 3rd March met with three shooters’ in total. One participant in F Class and the other two in Full Bore Target Rifle helped make the day go by rather swiftly. Twenty nine degrees’ and with a mild Mirage on the day with virtually no breeze, conditions were a little tough with humidity at 87%, particularly tough for the Target Rifle shooters.
In F Class Scopes Norbit Schmidt breezed in with a total of 119.6 points out of a possible 126.
With Target Rifle Rick Mischlewski did drop more than his usual not quite clearing the ton in both rounds albeit with an improvement in his second round of the double at 600 metres. Chris Tsang also saw an improvement in his second round but fell well short of his personal best result.
The next meeting will be held on Saturday 10th March. All visitors and guest shooters most welcome on the day.
Norbit Schmidt 56.2, 63.4 = 119.6 out of a possible 126 points
Target Rifle :
Rick Mischlewski 47.3, 56 = 98.7 out of a possible 105
Chris Tsang 36.1, 45.1 = 45.1 = 81.2 out of a possible 105
|4.||Douglas Cricket Association Inc||CFN 3rd Grade One Day Competition||2016-11-21||
||Muddies 2/167 Defeated Mulgrave PV 128||
In a big weekend of cricket at the Mud Pit, the first placed NQ Homes Muddies 3rd grade side took on 4th placed Mulgrave PV on Sunday morning. The home side’s total of 167, thanks largely to a blistering 81 from Adam Lucas, was too much for Mulgrave who could only scrape together 128 in reply.
Captain consistent Steve Doble lost the toss yet again, and yet again got his way when the Mulgrave captain made the puzzling decision to send the Muddies in to bat on a dry pitch with a dewy outfield. Muddies openers Adam Lucas and Damien Darlington started steadily taking their time to play themselves in before Damien was out caught in the seventh over. In at first drop, Nathan King took up where he left off in the previous game, in a partnership with Adam Lucas. The pair saw out the opening bowlers and by the twelfth over had the score ticking along at three an over. With the sun now high in the sky and the humidity on the rise, running between the wickets was starting to take its toll and boundaries became more frequent. Still playing sensibly, Adam dispatched the Mulgrave bowling attack to all parts of the ground with a couple of maximum’s clearing not only the boundary rope but the fence as well. When he finally fell for 81 from 81 balls Mulgrave at last had something to be happy about. Their joy was short lived however as they realised the incoming batsmen was club president Ben Vikionkorpi. Nathan and Ben went hard for the last few overs finishing as the not out batsmen on 48 from 66 and 15 from 6 respectively.
The Muddies total of 167 was always going to be a tough ask of Mulgrave and their run chase didn’t start well. A diving catch by Keith Taylor saw Mulgrave’s opening batsmen go scoreless and gave Ben Vikionkorpi a wicket in the first over. With a strong shout for LBW not going his way, Ben finished with the tidy figures of 1/11 from six overs. The next wicket to fall was taken by crowd favourite Doug Barnes who finished with 3/39 from his six overs. First change bowler Daniel Redfern supported Doug at the other end and was rewarded with 2/14 for his efforts. Ryan Doble proved difficult to score off and was rewarded with the figures of 2/26 for his hard work. Vincent Killeen was a little wayward but managed to pick up the wicket of the Mulgrave opening bowler to finish with 1/37 from his allotted overs. Not content to star with the bat, Adam Lucas picked up the final wicket to finish with 1/1 from four balls and restrict Mulgrave to 128, leaving them forty runs shy of their target.
The bonus point win sees the Muddies firmly at the top of the ladder with three games remaining before finals. Next week sees the boys travel to Edmonton to take on tenth placed Tully who they are yet to play this season. Another strong win should see them increase their lead over Rovers who they are also yet to play. Go the crabs!!
|5.||Mossman Golf Club||Weekly Results||2018-02-19||
GOLF RESULTS 19/02/2018
Mossman Golf Club’s Tuesday February Monthly Medal Competition was won by Stephen Leak with 69 Nett in 2nd Troy Cox with 70 Nett in 3rd Ralf Middel with 72 Nett on a C/B to Sam Brischetto in 4th with 72 Nett.
NTP’s – Kyle Livingston on 6, James Crozier on 8, Troy Cox on 10, Kale Warden on 13, Rob Cooke on 17.
Mossman Golf Club’s Ladies Thursday Stableford Competition was won by Elizabeth Green with 36 points in 2nd Bette Wells with 34 points on a c/b in 3rd Julie Hooker with 34 points.
NTP’s – Maxine Leigh on 8, Carly Jack on 17.
Friday’s 9 Hole Chook Run was won by Graeme Duncan with 23 points.
NTP’s – Lisa Smith on 8.
Saturday’s Mossman Golf Club Men’s Stableford Competition was won by Mitchell Croghan with 41 points in 2nd Wayne Christensen with 39 points and in 3rd Leon Baker with 38 points.
NTP’s – Bruce Cheesman on 6, Jim Geddes on 8, David Heron on 10, Stephen Gray on 13, Mitchell Croghan on 17.
Saturday’s Mossman Golf Club Ladies Stableford Competition was won by Julie Hooker with 33 points in 2nd is Trish Landy with 31 points and in 3rd Jo Constantine with 27 points.
NTP’s – Robyn Fleming on 8, Julie Hooker on 10, Julie Hooker on 13.
Mossman Golf Club’s Sunday Medley Stableford was won by Brendon Wood with 40 points in 2nd was Daniel Hober with 37points.
|6.||Mossman and District Rifle Club||Mossman Golf Club’s February's weekly Meeting||2018-02-17||
Norbit Schmidt. 59.5, 63.6; 122.11 out of a possible 126
Carl Read. 52.2, 61.1; 113.3 out of a possible 126
Rick Mischlewski. 44.2, 53.3; 97.5 out of a possible 105
Neil Attwood. 39.1, 46.3; 85.4 out of a possible 105
Chris Tsang. 33, 40.1; 73.1 out of a possible 105
34 degree heat with gentle wind gusts across the 600 meter range and moderate shimmying mirage, the results proved inconsistent at best, summing up conditions at our Saturday the 17th February meeting. The results' somewhat reflected conditions on the day.
With five of our regular shooters' turning up on the day Norbit Schmidt led the way in F Class with Carl Read's improvement in the second round (despite a massive breech jam) not quite enough to catch up to Norbit.
In Target Rifle, Rick Michshlewski showed that experience can make the difference in adverse conditions, followed by Neil Attwood and Chris Tsang.
There will be no meeting next week (Saturday the 24th February) as there is a Prize Shoot on in Mareeba. The following Saturday the 3rd March will the next meeting at the 300 metre mound. . All visitors and guest shooters welcome.
|7.||Douglas Cricket Association Inc||CFN 3rd Grade One Day Competition||2018-02-11||
||Muddies 1/43 Defeated North's 10/40||
The NQ Homes Muddies 3rd grade side travelled to Cairns on Sunday to take on North’s on their home ground. With North’s sitting one place below the Muddies on the ladder the pivotal clash had the potential to impact the finals draw which is fast approaching. The Muddies knew the importance of a win and bought it about in convincing fashion decimating their rivals in a match lasting less than two hours. Final scores were North’s all out for 40 after 20 overs, to Muddies 1/43 after 6.1.
Muddies Captain Steve Doble lost the toss and the boys were sent in to field. Club president Ben Vikionkorpi opened the bowling for the Muddies with a tight maiden over. Ryan Doble steaming in from the opposite end had batsmen jumping all over the place during his fiery three over spell. Ben’s second over destroyed the North’s top order producing a triple wicket maiden. His six overs saw the return of 4/3 and are just reward for the way in which he plays the game. First change bowler Doug Barnes kept it tight and the North’s batsmen were unable to score off his first three overs. He then proceeded to take care of the middle order to finish with the enviable figures of 3/9 from six overs. Daniel Redfern, 1/8, took care of the stubborn remaining opener thanks to a tidy catch by Damian Darlington behind the stumps. Credit goes to Damien for a fine display with the gloves finishing with four catches and two stumpings. Vincent Killeen finished off the Norths tail with consecutive stumpings to give him the figures of 2/2 from one over.
The North’s total of 40 never looked enough, and this was reiterated when one of their players was overheard saying “I’m not even going to bother putting on sun screen. We won’t be out there long.” as they headed out into the field. Openers Adam Lucas and Damien Darlington started steadily before Damien was bowled with the score at 30. Nathan King joined Adam at the crease and quickly chased down the meagre total bringing up victory with a boundary. Adam finished not out on 22 from 21 which included four 4’s, and Nathan finished not out on 4 from four.
With the strong win the NQ Homes Muddies have leapt into first place on the ladder, ahead of arch rivals Rovers by just 0.33 points. Next Sunday the Muddies take on 4th placed Mulgrave at 8:30am at The Mud Pit and will be looking to solidify their place at the top of the ladder with another strong win.
|8.||Mossman Golf Club||Weekly Golf Results||2018-02-12||
GOLF RESULTS 12/2018
Due to very wet weather there was no Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday Competition this week.
Friday’s 9 Hole Chook Run was won by Brendon Wood with 18 points.
Saturday’s Mossman Golf Club Men’s Stableford Composite Course Competition was won by Geoff Goodwin with 45 points and in 2nd Adam Lucas with 41 points and in 3rd Leon Baker with 40 points.
NTP’s – Tano Caltabiano on 8, Leon Baker on 11, Warren Bishop on 13.
Saturday’s Mossman Golf Club Ladies Stableford Composite Course Competition was won by Julie Hooker with 34 points and in 2nd Trish Landy with 32 points.
NTP’s – Kim Edwards on 8, Rachael Byrne on 11
Sunday’s Mossman Golf Club Medley Stableford Composite Course Competition was won by Warren Bishop with 38 points and Luke Dwyer in 2nd with 37 points.
|9.||Mossman and District Rifle Club||Mossman District Rifle Club February's weekly Meeting Saturday 10th February 2018||2018-02-10||
Wayne Walsh 57.3 – 65.2 = 122.5
Carl Read 53.0 – 57.2 = 110.2
Norbit Schmidt 54 – 63.2 = 117.2
Ashley Edge 34 – 34.0 = 68
Target Rifle :
Rick M 49.2 – 51.3 = 100.5
Neil A 46.2 – 51.4 = 97.6
Nick 31.0 – 23.0 = 54
Shooting conditions on Saturday 27-1-18 were once again near perfect, Clear sighting conditions along with minimal mirage and very slight change in wind conditions.
A group of Seven shooters shot at 400 metres with mixed results. With Three shooters in F Class, one visitor and two in Target Rifle with a new shooter. The clear winner on the day in all classes was Wayne Waslh Cairns, 57.3/65.2 122.5 followed by Rick Mischlewski Target rifle 49.2/51.3 100.5.
In F class Wayne shot F open 122.5 followed by Carl Read and Norbit Schmidt .
First time shooter Ashley Edge Mackay using a .222 scoped ten shot rounds 34/34 68 of a possible 126.
Nick tried his hand at target rifle ( peep sights using a sling and jacket) for the first time ten shot rounds 31/23 54 of a possible 105
Next shoot, Saturday 17th February 1.15 pm at the 600 metre mound. All visitors and guest shooters welcome. There will be no shooting on 24th February as the club will be traveling to Mareeba for their Annual Prize Shoot on Sunday the 25th
|10.||Mossman and District Rifle Club||Mossman Golf Club’s January weekly Meeting||2018-01-27||
B Perry 56.1 – 65.5 = 121.6
Carl Read 58.2 – 62.4 = 120.6
David Forster 55.1 – 64.4 = 119.5
Norbit Schmidt 49 – 64.3 = 113.3
Wayne Walsh 47.1 – 55.1 = 102.2
Target Rifle :
Charlie Forster 49.5 – 54.3 = 103.08
Rick M 49.5 – 52.3 = 101.8
Neil A 48.2 – 53.5 = 101.7
Shooting conditions for our second shoot of the year on Saturday 27-1-18 were near perfect, shooting after rain usually brings clear sighting conditions which we had along with minimal mirage and very slight change in mild wind conditions.
A group of eight shooters gathered at the 500 metre mound with a mixed results.
With five shooters in F Class and three in Target Rifle, the clear winner on the day in all classes was Charlie Forster target rifle who dropped only one point in each round, followed by Rick and Neil on 101.8 and 101.7 respectively.
In F class B Perry shot F open 121.6 followed by Carl Read , Dave Forster and Norbit Schmidt .
Next shoot Saturday 3rd February 1.15 pm at the 700 metre mound. All visitors and guest shooters welcome.
|11.||Mossman and District Rifle Club||Mossman Golf Club’s January weekly Meeting||2018-01-20||
Norbit Schmidt 60.6 – 66.10 = 126.16
Carl Read 59.4 – 64.6 = 123.10
David Forster 60.7 – 60.4 = 120.11
Bernie Nagan 54.2 – 56.1 = 110.3
Wayne Walsh 54.1 – 56.1 = 110.2
Target Rifle :
Charlie Forster 49.8 – 53.6 = 102.14
Rick M 46.3 – 50.5 = 96.8
Neil A 46.3 – 48..1 = 94.4
Chris T 39 – 39.1 = 78.1
Saturday 20th January was the first meeting back for 2018 at the Mossman District Rifle Club. A mild day with heavy cloud cover although the threat of rain was constantly on our group of nine shooters at the 300 metre mound with a slight mixed breeze. Temperatures were mild and for the most part bearable for this time of year.
With five shooters in F Class and four in Target Rifle, the clear winner on the day was Norbit Schmidt in all classes who dropped only one in the second round. Carl Read followed and David Forster from Dubbo had a reasonable crack at Carl with consistent shots in both rounds. Bernie Nagan and Wayne Walsh were neck and neck, both with hunting rifles.
In Target Rifle the clear winner was Charlie Forster followed by Rick, Neil and Chris. Considering the conditions on the day and some confusion with the scoring the results were at best bewildering but all in all a good meeting for the first shoot of the year.
Next meeting will be at 500 metres. All visitors and guest shooters most welcome.
|12.||Douglas Cricket Association Inc||CFN 3rd Grade One Day Competition||2018-01-14||
||Muddies 7/180 Defeated Mulgrave 9/123||
The NQ Homes Muddies 3rd Grade side continued their stellar form into the New Year with a strong win over Mulgrave at the Mud Pit on Sunday. Even a heavily stacked Mulgrave side were no match for the home side’s mix of youth and experience with the Muddies taking the win 7/180 to the Toads all out for 123.
Groundsman Keith Taylor had prepared yet another top class pitch and after Captain Steve Doble lost the toss and was sent in to bat, the Muddies set about getting full benefit from the deck. Muddies openers Adam Lucas and Keith Taylor started sensibly seeing off the Mulgrave opening bowlers at a respectable 3.5 runs an over. Lucas then proceeded to decimate the Mulgrave first change pair dispatching them to all parts of the ground hitting six 4’s and four 6’s before being caught on 57 from 41 balls. Coming in at first drop Nathan King and Keith Taylor added to the total before Keith was run out for a well-crafted 21 from 52 balls. Kingy made a tidy ‘run a ball’ 36 from 36 before one snuck through and knocked his stumps over. Damian Darlington did not trouble the scorers, out LBW on his second ball. Ben Jenkins and Vincent Killeen both chipped in with 13 and 9 respectively. Ryan Doble fell for 2 which left the not out batsmen Liam Clacherty 4 from 4 and Sheldon Walz with a stylish 28 from 19 which included five boundaries.
The Mulgrave opening batsmen immediately put their foot down scoring at 9.3 runs an over for the first four overs. Keen to defend their 180 run total, Muddies opening bowlers Ryan Doble and Daniel Redfern soon stemmed the run rate with Ryan picking up wickets in his 2nd, 3rd and 4th overs to finish with 3/26. First change bowler Nathan King chipped in with the wicket of one of Mulgrave’s young guns to finish with 1/22 from his two overs. Vincent Killeen bowled a tidy spell to finish with 3/11 from his three overs. Not content making 57 and taking two catches, Adam Lucas also grabbed two wickets to finish with 2/21 from his six overs. Redders took a skyed catch and Damo took two behind the stumps before stumping the Mulgrave top scorer just when he was looking dangerous. When Mulgrave lost their last four wickets for six runs the game was all over with an emphatic 57 run win to the Muddies.
Next week sees the NQ Homes Muddies 3rd Grade side play host to Mareeba at the Mud Pit. Sitting 2nd on the ladder the mud crabs will be looking for a strong win on their march towards the top and finals time.
|13.||Mossman Golf Club||Mossman Golf Club’s January Monthly Medal Stroke Competition||2018-01-08||
It was New Year’s bliss for John Cameron who won the Mossman Golf Club’s January Tuesday Monthly Medal Stroke Competition 68 Nett on a C/B (count back) to Adam Lucas with 68 Nett and in 3rd Rick Herschell with Nett 70.
NTP’s – Bill Allison on 6, Dale McKay on 8, John Carney on 10, Ian Johnson on 13, Wayne Christensen on 17.
Wednesday’s Nine Hole stableford was won by Rod Donovan with 19 points. NTP’s – Rod Donovan
Mossman Golf Club’s Ladies January Thursday Monthly Medal Stroke Competition was won by Pricilla Freeman with Nett 72; in 2nd Shirley Carney with Nett 75 on a C/B to Shona Barbour Nett 75 in 3rd.
NTP’s – Julie Galbraith on 6, Elizabeth Green on 8, Jo Constantine on 10, Shirley Carney on 13.
Friday’s Nine Hole Mossman Golf Club Chook Run was won by Luke Dwyer 19 points.
NTP’s – Brendon Wood.
Saturday’s Mossman Golf Club Men’s January Monthly Medal Competition was won by Bill McCarthy with Nett 70; in 2nd Warren Bishop with Nett 72 and in 3rd David Heron with Nett 73 on a C/B to Charlie Kadic in 4th.
NTP’s – Charlie Kadic on 6, Casey Dunne on 8, Geoff Parmenter on 10, Daniel Hober on 13, Adam Lucas on 17.
Saturday’s Mossman Golf Club Ladies January Monthly Medal was won by Jo Constantine with Nett 73; in 2nd Judy McCormack with Nett 74 and in 3rd Shona Barbour Nett 75.
NTP’s – Shona Barbour on 6, Shona Barbour on 13.
Putting Competition was won by Julie Hooker.
Mossman Golf Club Sunday Competition was won by Michael Lancaster with 34 points.
|14.||Mossman and District Rifle Club||Mossman & District Rifle Club Weekly Meeting. F Class and Full Bore Target Rifle||2017-12-16||
Wayne Walsh 60..4, 63.2 = 123.6 from a possible 126
Charlie Forster 50.5, 52.3 = 102.8 from a possible 105
Rick Mischlewski 47.3, 52.3 = 99.6 from a possible 105
Lothar Ross 47.6, 47.1 = 96..2 from a possible 105
Neil Attwood 46.1, 47.1 = 93.2 from a possible 105
Chris Tsang 39.1, 48.1 = 87.2 from a possible 105
Saturday 16th December presented good conditions, clear blue skies with an occasional gentle breeze although an aggressive mirage didn't distract Wayne Walsh as the only participant in F Class on the day. Charlie Forster from Cairns in Target Rifle came out slightly ahead on the day (taking into account mixed category scoring overall) by a whisker, with Rick Mischlewski coming home in a dead heat with Charlie in the second round of the shoot. The 600 metre mound didn't deter Lothar Ross with Neil Attwood snapping at his heels and Chris Tsang also improving in his second round of eleven.
All in all a good day for the final meeting for the year. The next meeting will be Saturday January 13th 2018. All visitors and guest shooters welcome. Mossman and District Rifle Club would like to wish all a Merry Christmas with good tidings and blessings, with a prosperous 2018 to all.
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