Local Sport Results and Reports
Douglas Shire and Cairns FNQ Competitions
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|1.||Port Douglas AFL Crocs||AFL||2019-01-15||
No 2 January 19 Edition
Hello All Croc Supporters and welcome to the brand new and extra special footy year and I trust everyone had a ripper time during Xmas and New Year.
Extra special in that this is the year the Crocs will celebrate 30 years of existence and already plans are under way to recognise our wonderful efforts and achievements as a footy club. Major events will be held in June to remember the arrival of the Port Douglas Footy Club and the effect it has had on some many people.
Pre-season training will return on Thursday 17th January and Tuesday 22nd January and continue every Tuesday and Thursday. I believe this is a ‘first’ for the Club being able to train on these days and I must acknowledge the Douglas Muddies Cricket Club for their support. Our Clubhouse will be open for ‘networking and bonding’ opportunities every Thursday, so an open invitation to come on down to Croc Pit on Thursdays for a well earnt ale.
Practice Games Can confirm that we are playing Manunda Hawks at Cazalys on Friday 22nd March at 6.30pm under lights and hosting a practice game at Port Douglas on Saturday 30th March 2pm against South Cairns Cutters…, in readiness for round 1 on Saturday 13th April, (Trinity away) followed by our 2nd home Good Friday game on Friday 19th April against North Cairns. Once again the Club will be making a donation to the Mossman Hospital from our gate receipts!!
Past Players & Officials & Members - Andrew ‘Buckets’ McLeod has accepted the challenge to source a small team that wants to get this group up and running. It would be great to see this data base of past players, officials and members reach 500 (to start with)
Volunteers - if you can spare 30 minutes a season or 2 hours every fortnight, the Club DEFINETELY wants to hear from you – please make contact with a Committee Member to express your interest.
Board Members for 2019
Dave Evans, Andy Smith, Chris Bradsworth, Lousie Wall, Jim Buckley, John Cameron, Darren Wall, Rod Davidson & Mary Lou Drew – There are currently 10 board members that will each contribute 10% of the time to run a footy club – imagine if we had 20 Board Members – then only 5% of their time to run the Crocs – please consider and talk to a Board Member!!!
Newest Corporate Partner – Pest Control
Located here in Port Douglas and servicing the Douglas Shire, owned and operated by a Croc player – experienced in all aspects of Pest Control and is fully licensed with over 8 year’s experience. So if you have a problem with cockroaches, rats & mice, termites, spiders, wasps, fleas, ants and SNAKES, let us know and he can arrange an affordable quote, backed by a quality service.
Road Safety – Driver Fatigue Awareness Campaign – Only today I submitted a final report with what was promised and what was DELIVERED..
Very pleasing to say that the whole Club and Community got behind this important and innovative concept….We targeted the road between Palm Cove and Port Douglas – in every year between 2014 and 2017 there had been 1 fatal (death) accident. In 2018 just finished, on the same stretch of road, there were ZERO fatal accidents.. This data was sourced by the Dept Transport & Main Roads Qld. Special thanks to players involved, FAB FM, Port Douglas Stationery Hub and Newsport.
New players & partners arriving – like every other year, as a Club of choice, new players have already committed to be part of our unique community and lifestyle – Over coming weeks the Club is urging everyone to keep us posted with regards to new employment opportunities that arise in our community. (Once you know of a possible job – simply contact Coops on 0418 527 469)
Containers For Change
A couple of months ago, the Crocs were given approval as a ‘donation point’ under the new Qld Containers For Change scheme – as a not-for-profit organisation we already have a number of generous businesses that ‘donate’ their eligible containers to the footy club – Put simply the Crocs arrange collection from premises and deliver them to Craiglea – in return the Crocs receive 10 cents for every eligible container which is used to purchase items like footballs, equipment and umpires – if you are interested in this new scheme, please contact me to help improve our recycling and the environment.
Updating Club database I was alerted to the fact at our Xmas gathering (thank you Dan and team at Rattle N Hum for a great night) that some members and supporters of the Crocs DO NOT get any information on the footy club – whether it be no access to Facebook or emails or don’t buy the local paper or no access to internet or ‘whatever’, if you know someone that is not being ‘connected’ with the Crocs, please let me know.. More than happy to send out newsletters like this in the mail….
Day at the Races – Cairns – last year the Club (whilst numbers bit low) had a great day and was enjoyed by those who attended.. Whilst early days, please get back to me if you would like to attend – includes complimentary transport from Mossman and Port Douglas.
On closing, thank you for being part of the Croc family……I encourage anyone to contact me and my email is still [email protected] or my mobile is 0473223557.
Regards and Go Crocs
|2.||Mossman Golf Club||Golf||2019-01-14||
GOLF RESULTS 14/1/2019
Mossman Golf Club’s Tuesday January Monthly Medal Event was won by Luke Dwyer with 67 Nett, in 2nd was David Heron with 71 Nett and in 3rd on C/B was Bill Allison with 71 Nett.
NTP’s –Alan De Plater on 6, Phil Holloway on 8, Bob Montgomery on 10, Bill Allison on 13, Ed Sant on 17.
Wednesday’s Nine Hole stableford event was won by David Heron with 18 points.
NTP’s – David Heron on 13.
Thursday’s Ladies Stableford Event was won by Rachael Byrne with 35 points, 2nd Jo Constantine with 34 points and in 3rd Julie Jorgensen with 33 points.
NTP’s – Jenny Ewen Smith on 6, Inger Rowe on 8, Lisa Smith on 17.
Saturday Mossman Golf Club Men’s Stableford Competition was won by Lance Davis with 43 points, in 2nd Russell Hooker with 42 points and in 3rd Bernie Boon with 38 points.
NTP’s – Bernie Boon on 6, John Ziegler on 8, Bruce Cheesman on 10, Errol Glynn on 13, Rick Weimer on 17.
Saturday Mossman Golf Club Ladies Stableford competition was won by Judy McCormack with 32 points and in 2nd Shirley Carney with 30 and in 3rd and on c/b Glenda Christensen with 30 points.
NTP’s – Julie Hooker on 8 & 10, Rachael Byrne on 17.
|3.||Mossman Golf Club||Golf||2019-01-07||
GOLF RESULTS 07/01/2019
Mossman Golf Club’s Tuesday Monthly Medal was postponed until next week due to rain.
Mossman Golf Clubs Wednesday 9 Hole Event was won by Couper Smith with 22 points.
Mossman Golf Club’s Ladies Thursday January Monthly Medal Competition was won by Leonie Phillips with 76 Nett, in 2nd Jenny Ewen Smith with 78Nett and in 3rd on a C/B was Rachael Byrne with 78 Nett.
NTP’s – Jenny Ewen Smith on 8.
January Monthly Medal Putting Competition winner was Jo Constantine.
Mossman Golf Clubs Friday Nine Hole Sporter’s Competition was won by Ron Smith with 20 points and in 2nd Luke Dwyer on a C/B with 20 points.
NTP’s – Wayne Baxter on 10, Nick Scomazzon on 17.
Saturday’s Mossman Golf Club Men’s January Monthly Medal Competition was won by Daniel Coulthard with 63 Nett in 2nd Jim Geddes with 67 Nett.
A Grade Gross Winner – Daniel Coulthard.
B Grade Gross Winner – Ralf Middel
C Grade Gross Winner – Wayne Dowell
A Grade Nett Winner – Daniel Lancaster
B Grade Nett Winner – Ralf Middel
C Grade Nett Winner – Jim Geddes
NTP’s – Ed Sant on 6, Lance Davis on 8, John Ziegler on 10, Alan Milani on 13, Michael Scott on 17.
Saturday’s Mossman Golf Club Ladies January Monthly Medal Competition was won by Julie Hooker with 76 Nett and in 2nd on a C/B Lisa Smith with 76 Nett.
NTP’s – Shirley Carney on 6, Rachael Byrne on 17.
Mossman Golf Club, Happy Golfing.
|4.||Mossman Golf Club||Golf||2018-12-24||
GOLF RESULTS 24/12/2018
Mossman Golf Club’s Tuesday Stableford Competition was won by Leigh Sansom with 41 points, in 2nd Jim Geddes with 35 points on a c/b and in 3rd Rick Herschell with 35 points.
NTP’s – Leigh Sansom on 6, Dave Nesbitt on 8, Leon Baker on 10 & 13, John Cameron on 17.
Mossman Golf Clubs Wednesday 9 Hole Event was won by Casey Dunne with 27 points.
NTP’s – Casey Dunne on 6 & 8.
Mossman Golf Club’s Ladies Thursday Stableford Competition was won by Julie Hooker with 36 points, in 2nd Trish Landy with 35 points and in 3rd Lisa Smith with 34 points.
NTP’s – Julie Hooker on 8 & 13, Trish Landy on 10.
Friday’s Nine Hole Mossman Golf Club Sporter’s Competition was won by Peter Clark with 23 points.
NTP’s – Jeff Murray on 13.
Saturday’s Mossman Golf Club Men’s Saturday Stableford Competition was won by Edward Mackie with 44 points in 2nd Andrew Moylan with 40 points and in 3rd John Norris with 39 points.
NTP’s – Jim Geddes on 6, John Norris on 8, Peter Santarossa on 10, Brian Taylor on 13, Jim Geddes on 17.
Saturday’s Mossman Golf Club Ladies Saturday Stableford Competition was won by Julie Hooker with 39 points.
NTP’s – Julie Hooker on 13.
Congratulations to Couper Smith on his trip to Brisbane to Compete in the Cameron Smith Junior Classic at Wantima Country Club in Brisbane. Couper had a great round of 80 Gross and 69 Nett. Couper once again was able to shake hands and chat with his idle – Cameron Smith. Couper then went to the Gold coast to compete in the Greg Norman Junior Masters! This was a four day event that was held at Palmer Colonial and Palmer Gold Coast (Robina). Couper played three fantastic games of golf with 80/68, 82/70, 83/71 to make the cut into the final day and to finish with his best round of 79 Gross 67 Nett. Couper was Nett Winner for the Under 13 Division. Well done Couper! What a fantastic round to finish the Junior Golfing year of 2018. Couper accomplished quite a few personal milestones this year and is hoping for 2019 to be even better!
Mossman Golf Club, Happy Golfing.
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Mossman Golf Club Results 3/12/2018
Mossman Golf Club’s Tuesday Stableford event, was won by Ranald Edwards with 35 points in 2nd on c/b Peter Clark with 35 points and in 3rd on c/b Peter Constantine with 35 points.
NTP’s - Bernie Boon on 6, Peter Constantine on 8, Bernie Boon 13, Leon Baker on 17.
Mossman Golf Club Wednesday Nine Hole Competition was cancelled due to the hot conditions we have been experiencing.
Thursday's Ladies December Monthly Medal Event was won by Elizabeth Green with 74 Nett and in 2nd Tricia Batkin with 77 Nett, in 3rd Glenda Christensen with 78 Nett.
NTP’s – Robyn Fleming on 6, Jenny Ewen Smith on 8.
Putting Competition was won by Trish Landy.
Mossman Golf Clubs Friday 9 Hole Competition was won by Brendan Wood with 21 points.
NTP’s – Casey Dunne.
Mossman Golf Club's Saturday December Monthly Medal Competition was won by Lance Davis with 67 Nett, in 2nd and on c/b Justin Heron with 67 Nett, in 3rd John Petherbridge with Nett 69.
NTP’s – John Cameron on 6, Ed Sant on 8 & 10, Lance Davis on 13, Joe Wild on 17.
Ladies Saturday December Monthly Medal Competition was won by Tricia Batkin with 75 Nett, in 2nd Trish Landy with 76 Nett and in 3rd Glenda Christensen with 77 Nett.
NTP’s – Glenda Christensen on 6,8 &17, Jo Constantine on 10, Robyn Fleming on 13.
Putting Competition was won by Julie Jorgensen with 26 putts.
Mossman Golf Club Sunday Medley Stableford Competition was won by Couper Smith with 36 points and in 2nd David Heron with 35 points.
Good Luck, to Couper Smith as he travels to Brisbane to compete in the Cameron Smith Junior Classic at Wantima Country Club in Brisbane this Friday and the Greg Norman Junior Masters at Palmer Colonial and Robina Golf Courses on the Gold Coast Sunday to Thursday. Good Luck and play well!!
|6.||Douglas Cricket||Marano's T20 Cricket||2018-11-23||
Friday night saw the finals of the Marano's fuel t20 comp get under way. The knock out semi was between the Camo's and Quicksilver.
It was an unlucky season for Quicksilver for they went thru the season not winning a game but by the end there was some great cricket played by them, also they played it in the right spirit and enjoyed every ball of it.
Camo's batted first and made 6 for 180 with wade 29 runs and rob 24 not out and Quicksilvers Aiden 1 for 10 off 2 and dave 1 for 4 off 2 overs were the pick of the bowlers.
Quicksilvers innings were supported well by Hamish who made 40 not out and Sean 10 to be bowled out for 95. Camo's Barnes 2 for 9 off 2 and peter 3 for 4 off 2 were the best bowlers.
The second game saw NFP's 1st place and the Crocs 2nd place play to go into the grand final. Crocs batted first and were bowled out for 163, to help them reach this Skip 40 not out and Chris 29 were crocs best batters.
NFP's bowler Cam 2 for 12 and Steve 2 for 13 were the pick of the bowlers. Again it was down to the last ball again for these two teams again but this time it was the Crocs winning and heading to the grand final. Cam 57 and Matt Mel 18 did their best to get NFP's over the line.
Next week sees Camo's take on NFP's at 6pm and the winner then will play in the grand final against the Crocs at 8pm the same night.