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 Douglas Shire and Cairns FNQ Competitions

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1. Douglas United Football Club - Dragons NQ Football Second Division 2020-07-31 received_1836062913203525.jpeg
Dragons played the Marlin Coast Rangers

Final Score 1 - 1
On Friday night the Douglas United Dragons hosted a double header in front of a huge crowd at the Port Douglas sporting complex. The ladies' game between Mareeba and Marlin Coast was a very entertaining goal feast with the Mareeba side scoring 6 goals.
The men's game between 1st placed Dragons and 3rd placed Marlin Coast Rangers followed and it was a nail-biting battle heavily dominated by the referee, the Rangers had previously won the 3rd Division for the last 2 years, their current squad even stronger now with players filtering down from their Premier team.
The atmosphere was electric on another scenic night at the Dragons lair, the large crowd enjoying the BBQ and refreshments supplied by host and club manager Mathew Smith.

The game started with little rhythm both teams trying to keep possession, but players were being shut down by energetic defence, losing the ball and passes unable to find their mark. The Dragons defenders switching the ball from side to side trying to find openings down the flanks, the Rangers were shutting the door every time. An errant pass from the one of the Dragons central defenders saw the ball taken by a Ranger's striker on the edge of the box, keeper Heath Melton well off his goal line had to scramble back, the high shot just finger tipped out for a corner.

The Dragons had to be sharper with the ball, Max Taylor and Adriano Gualtieri were starting to make some ground down the left flank, some good crosses putting the Rangers defence under pressure. The Dragons were starting to dominate the game, then in the 30-minute Billy Pycroft was sent off for a dangerous tackle, now down to 10 men the Dragons players had to put in extra effort to compete. The Dragons weren't fazed, they continued to push down the flanks, Dan Ferrero having a great game on the right side turning the defenders around and getting in behind the defence. The Rangers then attacked down the right, a pass found an unmarked striker on the edge of the Dragons box, his powerful dipping long range shot giving Melton no chance and the ball ending up in the top right corner of the Dragons goal. Rangers 1-0.

The Dragons dug deep, a man down and now a goal down they continued to attack, Italian striker Gualtieri made another skilful run into the Rangers goal box, beating his man he was through onto goal but then was shoulder charged to the ground in a late tackle. A penalty was immediately given, Gualtieri stepped up to take the kick, his low shot firmly struck to the left-hand side of the goal, the keeper got a hand to it, but it was hit well enough and went in. Half time and scores locked at 1-1 in an exciting game.

The Dragons started the 2nd half strongly, they had forgotten about being one man down, they dominated possession and territory. in the 5th minute, Gualtieri pounced on a loose ball on the edge of the Rangers goal box, he drove the ball low to the right hand side of the goal, the Rangers keeper had no chance and didn't even dive, but the ball smashed against the bottom of the post, went across the face of the goal and miraculously didn't go in! The Dragons were relentless and won several corners, Adam Howell using his height well and coming close with several headers. THe pressure was mounting a Dragons player was fouled just outside the Rangers box, Gualtieri's thunderbolt freekick well tipped over the crossbar by the Rangers keeper.

The game then turned midway through the 2nd half, the referee sent Gualtieri to the sin bin for 10 minutes for decent, prior to the game the referee had warned players about this, but throughout the game players had questioned some calls, in this instance he took offence, Dragons now unbelievably down to 9 players!

The Rangers were licking their lips, they wanted to capitalize on their advantage. However, to their credit the Dragons lifted even more with the very vocal crowd cheering them on. The game remained in the balance, end to end football and the crowd loving every minute of it. A corner was given to the Rangers, the ball was crossed over and found the feet of a Rangers striker 3 metres out from the Dragons goal, his low shot was deflected keeper Melton was already diving for the initial shot he then had to reach back and palm the ball away. Again the rangers pushed with numbers, the Dragons defenders heavily outnumbered, a loose ball was controlled by a Rangers striker on the penalty spot his swerving shot palmed away by Melton only to fall to another striker who shot over the crossbar.

Dragons off the hook and now back to 10 players with the return of Gualtieri, they continued to push with the crowd willing them on they came close peppering the Rangers goal with shots. Xavi Aranda was causing havoc on the right putting in some quality crosses, but the Dragons finishing was just off. Fulltime and the Rangers managed to hold on for a draw, a good performance by a 10-man Dragons team who never gave up and fought hard even when down to 9 players.

Dragons would like to thank their sponsors for their continued support and the new playing/training kits, the volunteers behind the scenes and the enormous crowd that turned up to support us. Next Friday the Dragons will travel to Mareeba, another tough game in a 2nd division that this year is very competitive.

Written by Heath Melton.
2. Port Douglas Reef Raiders FNQ Rugby 2020-08-01 The Raiders beat the Wanderers 25-19. The Port Douglas Reef Raiders took on the Wanderers at home in Port Douglas
3. Port Douglas Crocs AFL Club AFL Cairns 2020-08-01 Seniors - Port Douglas 16.10.106 defeated South Cairns 9.14.68.
Reserves - Port Douglas 11.4.76 defeated South Cairns 7.2.44.
4. Mossman & District Rifle Club Target Shooting 2020-08-01 mossman_rifle_club_1.8.2020.jpg
Six members shot Double 400 metres on Saturday afternoon at the Mossman and District Rifle Range  - conditions were warm with a strong gusty breeze.

F Class (scope) Division, 10/11 shot matches

Carl Read  51.4 - 57.1 Tot 108.5
John Brentson  52.1 - 58.2 Tot 110.3  
Glen Orenshaw 56.2 - 57.1 Tot 113.3
Kerri Tanner  56.2 - 58.1 Tot 114.3
Paul Teichert 55.3 - 59.2 Tot 114.5
Norbert Schmidt 55.2 - 63.5 Tot 118.7
Next Shoot will be Saturday 8/8/2020 the range shot will be 600 metres. 

The club welcomes any visitors and new members, shooting commences at 1.30 pm.  
5. Douglas United Dragons NQ Football Second Division 2020-07-27 Douglas Dragons played JCU.

Final score: 3 - 3
On Monday night the Douglas United Dragons played away against James Cook University. Last year's JCU team has dropped down to 3rd division and this new look JCU 2nd division team was formed by player/coach Jamie Gosling, like the Dragons they have enough talent to play in the Premier league but cannot yet meet the requirements of having 2 mens sides, a Ladies side and a youth side.

Both teams go into this fixture unbeaten and this was going to be a real test for the Dragons against a well organised talented football team. The reality of tonight was evident in the first 5 minutes when JCU scored, a long ball in behind the Dragons defence found a JCU striker who controlled the ball allegedly with a hand, the referee waived play on and he neatly finished with a low shot to the side of the Dragons goal. JCU 1-0.

The Dragons lifted and started to keep possession with some sharp passing, the JCU defence was fairly flat and their goalie looked a little inexperienced. The Dragons strikers had several shots which were just off target but they were making inroads. In the 25 minute a great run down the right flank from Nathan Borzi, he whipped in a low cross which was met by Adriano Gualtieri on the far post who buried it into the open goal, a training exercise from coach Andy Robinson which paid off. 1-1.

Dragons midfield Gary Cunningham, Billy Pycroft and Dan Tiffin were winning the battle this allowed the strikers to push towards the JCU goal, the pressure paid off soon after with Gualtieri putting over a quality cross for striker Xavi Aranda to score with a neat header. Dragons 2-1. The Dragons defenders were playing well shutting down the regular attacks from JCU, however they were conceding many free kicks, the JCU experienced strikers going to ground whenever touched. This resulted in another free kick wide from the corner of the Dragons goal box, a rehearsed freekick saw the ball driven toward the near post, the JCU player side stepping out of the way of it, the Dragons defender following the JCU player and the ball sneaking inside the post with keeper Heath Melton unable to get across to it. 2-2.

The game was becoming a real seesaw battle between probably the 2 best sides in the competition. The Dragons team were up for the match, having a game away to Atherton on Friday and the short turnaround didn't slow them down, they were peppering the JCU goal with shots, Dan Ferrero coming close on several occasions and Gualtieri having an incredible game on the left beating players at will. Gualtieri put in another quality corner, Adam Howell using his height advantage and heading prowess to rise high and head the ball powerfully into the top corner of the JCU net. Dragons 3-2.

This caused a tidal wave of attacks from JCU, they weren't going down easily, a JCU striker pounced on a loose ball on the edge of the Dragons box, he turned and fired off a swerving volley, keeper Melton just getting a finger to it and putting around the post, the resulting corner resulting in a free header from point blank range, again Melton was there and tipped it over the crossbar. The Dragons were hanging on by a thread, they couldn't stem the flow of the JCU dominance. Another corner to JCU was driven in towards the near post it was flicked on through several players, Darren Ross and Melton tried to clear it off the goal line but it was deflected in. 3-3.

The last 15 minutes saw the Dragons push for the win, JCU seemed happy to hang on for a draw. Rodrigo Ignacio Cabezas Navarro come on up front for the Dragons the talented south American striker having recently signed for the Dragons, he was looking dangerous up front with several good runs but ran out of time as the referee blew full time on a very entertaining match. 3-3 was probably a fair result, but Dragons will have the extra advantage of being at home for the return match.

This Friday July 31st there will be a double header at the Port Douglas sports complex, at 6.30pm we have the Marlin Coast Ladies taking on the Mareeba Ladies team then at 8.30pm we have the Douglas United Dragons taking on the 3rd placed Marlin Coast Rangers in which with be another tough game. It will be a great night with a BBQ, drinks and plenty of football.
6. Port Douglas Reef Raiders FNQ Rugby 2020-07-25 img_0391e_01.jpg
JCU defeated the Raiders 26 to 14. The Raiders took on JCU in Smithfield on Saturday.

Pictured: Raiders - Juan Dillan and Lachlan Cowe. Image: Joanne Cowe
7. Port Douglas Crocs AFL Club AFL Cairns 2020-07-25 Seniors - Port Douglas 171 defeated Centrals/Trinity Beach 28.
Reserves - Port Douglas 117 defeated Centrals/Trinity Beach 14.
Convincing wins by both teams for the first home game of the season, playing at the Port Douglas Sporting Complex.
8. Douglas United Dragons NQ Football Second Division 2020-07-24 The Douglas United Dragons defeated the Atherton Eagles: 3 - 0 On Friday night the Douglas United Dragons travelled up to Atherton to play the Eagles. Last season the Eagles were the Dragons main rivals, they met in the Grand final which the Dragons won in extra time.

Atherton provided the usual mixture of cold temperatures, showers and a bumpy pitch. The Dragons arrived with a full squad of 16, even having to ask players to stand down for the game as player numbers are so good. The first half started slowly with both teams trying to get used to the slippery bumpy pitch, Dragons were dominating the possession and territory but having trouble getting into danger areas. The Eagles were shut down quickly and rarely made in into the Dragons half. The left side of the Dragons were combining well, Max Taylor and Manu Dominguez getting past the Eagles defence with some sharp passing, crosses were coming over but were being snuffed out by a packed Eagles defence. The Dragons were starting to press down the flanks getting in behind the Eagles, Nathan Borzi doing well on the right putting in several crosses, one of which was met on the far post by Adriano Gualtieri with a first time volley which the Eagles keeper got a fingertip to and it rebound off the post. Another cross this time from the left saw Dominguez with a header from point blank range which was well saved by the Eagles keeper. Dragons were dominating but unable to capitalize, against the run of play the Eagles pounced on a lose ball after one off the Dragons defenders slipped, a powerful shot rebound off the Dragons post. Half time and no score, Dragons playing well but as like last year finding it hard to score at the Eagles home ground.

The second half started much the same as the first, Dragons central defenders Gary Cunningham and Ben Syrett in control and keeping the Eagles at bay, Billy Pycroft and Dan Tiffin dominating the midfield. In the 60th minute the Dragons finally got the breakthrough they needed, a deep low cross from Gualtieri found Dan Ferrero in good position on the far post and he buried it in the Eagles goal. Dragons 1-0. This gave the Dragons a massive boost and a weight off their shoulders, they started to play with confidence. Pycroft was running rings around the hapless Eagles midfield, showing silky skills he beat several advancing defenders to get to the Eagles goal box and drilled the ball into the right side of the goal with a low shot from 25 yards out. Dragons 2-0.

The Eagles were desperately trying to get into the game in front of their home crowd, they started pushing down the flanks, a dangerous free kick from wide out was palmed away by Dragons keeper Heath Melton, soon after a free kick was put over and just skimmed across the heads of Dragons defenders, again palmed around the post by Melton. Dragons weren't going to defend their lead, they could smell blood going close with several long range shots just going over the cross bar. Pycroft, the man with the ball on a string was again toying with the Eagles players, beating several players his low shot going through players and to the side of the keeper, his second goal giving the Dragons a 3-0 lead.

However the last 15 minutes belonged to the Eagles, they came at the Dragons, a through ball put an Eagles striker one on one with Melton who went down well to intercept the ball, but the referee then handed the Eagles a free kick on the edge of the Dragons box for no apparent infringement. The powerfully hit freekick was tipped over the bar by Melton in a great reflex save. Shortly after a dangerous high ball was put into the Dragons goal area, Eagles strikers were about to pounce on it but Melton punched it away and then blocked the first time with his foot.

The referee then blew the fulltime time whistle a 3 nil victory to the Dragons, their defence again showed their class, 2 games into the season and no goals conceded.

On Friday night July 31st there is a double header, at 6.30pm we have the Marlin Coast Ladies v Mareeba Ladies and at 8.30pm we have the Douglas United Dragons v Marlin Coast Rangers, come down for a great night of football, food and drinks.
9. Mossman & District Rifle Club Target Shooting - Field Shoot 2020-07-25
FIELD SHOOT 25/7/20

Six members took part in a fun event of mixed Target rounds at 100 meters on Saturday afternoon at the Mossman and District Rifle Range - conditions were sunny and warm.

Glen Orenshaw Round 1: 30.2 Round 2: 30.2 Round 3: 30.3 Round 4: 30.2 Total: 120.9
Kerri Tanner Round 1: 30.3 Round 2: 30.3 Round 3: 29.3 Round 4: 30.4 Total: 119.13
Stano Round 1: 27 Round 2: 28 Round 3: 29 Round 4: 29.2 Total: 113.2
Deon Petranovich Round 1: 22 Round 2: 23 Round 3: 25 Round 4: 23 Total: 93
Jacob Abrahams Round 1: 20.1 Round 2: 17 Round 3: 17 Round 4: 18 Total: 72.1
Roger Abrahams Round 1: 15 Round 2: 17 Round 3: 15 Round 4: 10 Total: 57 (ran out of ammunition)

Thanks to all the volunteers for assisting. A great day was had by all.

Next Shoot will be Saturday 1/8/2020 the range shot will be 400 metres. All Welcome. Enquiries to [email protected]
10. Mossman Bowls Club Men's Bowls 2020-07-18 Mossman Mens Bowls

26 Bowlers last Saturday. In the club championship, at +13 (26 to 13) a win to Kiwi over Billy Smith. At +13 (23 to 10) a win to Colt Dwyer & Les Phillips over Eric Smith & New Fletcher. At +14 (24 to 10) a win to John Arnold & Charlie Toohey over Terry Richards & John Fleming. In other games, qt +7 (21 to 14) a win to Dave Blain, Dave White & Col Maxted over Randal Edwards, Sas & Joe Girgenti. At +8 (19 to 11) a win to Doug Pitt, Tony Brlyack & Col Widdows over Col Johnson, Steve Heffernan & Peter Worley. And the winners for the day at +24 (37 to 13) Tony Kessler & Daryl Hoskins over Steve Cue & Gordon Henderson. In other club championship games, in the pairs at +7 (27 to 20) a win to Eric Smith and Nev Fletcher over Bernie Wolland & Dave Blain. In the A grade singles a win to Mick Frese over Col Widdows (25 to 6), a win to Kiwi over Peter Busch (27 to 9), a win to Terry Richards over Steve Cue (25 to 11) and a win to Dave Blain over Bernie Wolland (25 to 20). This Saturday, in the club championship, Colt Dwyer & Les Phillips vs Billy Smith & Bruce Lester and Eric Smith, Mick Frese, Dick Pitt & Randal Edwards vs Bruce Lester, Sas, Ted Pitt & Billy Smith. Sunday, in the A grade singles, Kiwi vs Terry Richards & Mick Frese vs Dave Blain. In the B grade singles, Bruce Lester vs Steve Cue, Sas vs John Arnold & Dick Pitt vs Chris Payne. For Jackpot Bowls this Saturday, names in by 12 noon with card call at 12.45pm. For anyone interested in playing bowls, either returning to the game or playing for the first time, please ring David White on 0407 630 759.
11. Mossman Bowls Club Men's Bowls 2020-07-18 Mossman Mens Bowls

26 Bowlers last Saturday. In the club championship, at +13 (26 to 13) a win to Kiwi over Billy Smith. At +13 (23 to 10) a win to Colt Dwyer & Les Phillips over Eric Smith & New Fletcher. At +14 (24 to 10) a win to John Arnold & Charlie Toohey over Terry Richards & John Fleming. In other games, qt +7 (21 to 14) a win to Dave Blain, Dave White & Col Maxted over Randal Edwards, Sas & Joe Girgenti. At +8 (19 to 11) a win to Doug Pitt, Tony Brlyack & Col Widdows over Col Johnson, Steve Heffernan & Peter Worley. And the winners for the day at +24 (37 to 13) Tony Kessler & Daryl Hoskins over Steve Cue & Gordon Henderson. In other club championship games, in the pairs at +7 (27 to 20) a win to Eric Smith and Nev Fletcher over Bernie Wolland & Dave Blain. In the A grade singles a win to Mick Frese over Col Widdows (25 to 6), a win to Kiwi over Peter Busch (27 to 9), a win to Terry Richards over Steve Cue (25 to 11) and a win to Dave Blain over Bernie Wolland (25 to 20). This Saturday, in the club championship, Colt Dwyer & Les Phillips vs Billy Smith & Bruce Lester and Eric Smith, Mick Frese, Dick Pitt & Randal Edwards vs Bruce Lester, Sas, Ted Pitt & Billy Smith. Sunday, in the A grade singles, Kiwi vs Terry Richards & Mick Frese vs Dave Blain. In the B grade singles, Bruce Lester vs Steve Cue, Sas vs John Arnold & Dick Pitt vs Chris Payne. For Jackpot Bowls this Saturday, names in by 12 noon with card call at 12.45pm. For anyone interested in playing bowls, either returning to the game or playing for the first time, please ring David White on 0407 630 759.
12. Port Douglas Reef Raiders FNQ Rugby 2020-07-20 The Port Douglas Rugby Union Club restarted their 2020 season with a 37-25 win over Barron Trinity Bulls on Saturday 18/07/2020. After trailing at half-time, the Raiders used their home crowd advantage to mount a come from behind victory in a clinical and entertaining display of rugby.
Trys: Matt Mallard, Tomas Venter x 2, Dylan Leahy x 2, Lachlan Cowe
The Raiders now prepare to take on defending champions JCU Mariners in Cairns this weekend. The next home game will be played on the 1st of August at 4pm where they will take on Wanderers.
13. Douglas United Dragons NQ Football Second Division 2020-07-10 After a three month delay, Football in Queensland finally kicked off on Friday night, the season will be extended through till the end of October and will be slightly shorter. The reigning FNQ 2nd division champions the Douglas United Dragons facing the Leichardt Lions at the Port Douglas sporting complex.

A good size crowd turned up to witness the restart, beers flowing and BBQ sizzling. The pitch was slick after being watered and the passing was fast with most of the possession belonging to the Dragons. The Lions, mainly made up of Vietnamese players are a fit, fast and skilful side, with a few close games last season the Dragons were weary of them.

Even though the Dragons controlled the game they couldn't find their rhythm, having trouble getting into goal scoring areas. Max Taylor and Gary Cunningham were working well down the left flank but unable to find inroads into the box. Billy (Will) Pycroft was controlling the midfield well showing great skill, having joined the club this year he will be an asset to the Dragons team. Defenders Adam Howell, Chris Allan Baker and Ben Syrett were solid at the back, the only threat the Lions could muster was a couple of long range shots that keeper Heath Melton handled easily.

The Dragons changed tactics and started to put some crosses into the Lions box, hoping to capitalize on their height advantage. A long far post cross by Adam Howell was perfectly met by Dan Ferrero who neatly side volleyed it into the net in the 39th minute.

Halftime the Dragons 1-0 up, they looked a little rusty but were controlling the game, once things started to click they would put the Lions away.

The 2nd half saw the Dragons looking more dangerous, finding more space and getting the ball into more threatening areas , 10 minutes in and another long ball from the left controlled well by Xavi Aranda, a short pass to Adriano Gualtieri who was just metres from the Lions goal, his first shot blocked but he slotted the rebound home to make it 2-0. The Dragons were rampant, giving the Lions nothing, Melton resorting to peeling potatoes in the Dragons goal.

Salgira Rema Mrong came on for the Dragons, his first ever organised game of Football, he made some good runs down the right putting in a couple of dangerous crosses. In the 70 minute a pass from the left saw Arana slice through the Lions defence, one on one with the Lions keeper he nicely slotted the ball low into the right side of the net. Dragons 3-0 and still pushing.

In th 85th minute the Dragons won another corner, it went long to the far post where Chris Allan Baker was waiting to powerfully header the ball into the back of the net, his first goal in 3 seasons and a high quality finish. The Dragons weren't done, 2 minutes later another probing run by Nathan Borzi down the left flank, he put a powerful left foot shot in from wide out and it slipped past the Lions keeper.

A dominant 5 nil victory to the Dragons who started off a little clunky but got better during the game, a big thankyou to Matty Smith and the other volunteers for putting on a superb night out for all and to our sponsors N17, Marano's and Paddy's Bar for sticking with us during these tough times.
14. Mossman Memorial Bowls Club Mossman Bowls Club - Men's Bowls Results 2020-07-04 A great roll-up last Saturday with 28 bowlers for Jackpot & Club Championship bowls. In the pairs for the Club Championship, at +3 (19 to 16) a win to Bruce Lester & Billy Smith over Ted Holmes & Bob Hando. In the Jackpot bowls, at +1 (23 to 22) a win to Tony Brlyack & Peter Worley over Charlie Toohey & Les Phillips. At +4 (22 to 18) a win to Chris Payne, Col Widdows & Joe Girgenti over Terry Richards, Mick Plummer & John Arnold. At +6 (22 to 16) a win to Ranald Edwards & Colt Dwyer over Eric Smith & Peter Gorsuch. At +6 (21 to 15) a win to Dave White, Sas Williams & Col Maxted over John Fleming, Daryl Hoskins & Gordon Henderson. And the winners for the day at +7 (20 to 13) Tony Kessler, Steve Cue & Nev Fletcher over Bernie Wolland, Nev Tesch & Alistair Douglas.

Sunday, 3 games played in the A Grade Singles. A win to Terry Richards over Ranald Edwards (25 to 17), a win to Peter Busch over Bruce Lester (25 to 20) and a win to Steve Cue over Sas (25 to 11). This Saturday, Club Championship games will continue. In the pairs, Terry Richards & John Fleming vs Charlie Toohey & John Arnold and Bernie Wolland & Dave Blain vs Eric Smith & Nev Fletcher. In the A Grade singles, Billy Smith vs Dave Beaumont. This Sunday, 4 games scheduled in the A Grade Singles, Bernie Wolland vs Dave Blain, Mick Frese vs Col Widdows, Bob Hando vs Eric Smith and Terry Richards vs Steve Cue. For Jackpot Bowls this Saturday, names in by 12 noon with card call at 12.45pm. For anyone interested in playing bowls, either returning to the game or wanting to play for the first time, please ring David White on 0407 630 759.
15. Mossman & District Rifle Club Target Shooting 2020-07-11 Three members shot Double 700 metres on Saturday afternoon at the Mossman and District Rifle Range - conditions were sunny and warm.

F Class (scope) Division, 10/11 shot matches

John Brentson 56.3 - 62.2 Tot 118.5
Paul Teichert 57.3 - 64.3 Tot 121.6
Norbert Schmidt 58.5 - 64.2 Tot 122.7

Next Shoot will be Saturday 18/7/2020 the range shot will be 300 metres.

The club will hold a FIELD SHOOT on Saturday 25th July.
Confirm your place now. Email [email protected] to register your interest. Covid19 guidelines will be followed.
16. Mossman & District Rifle Club Target Shooting 2020-07-04 Ten members shot Double 400 metres on Saturday afternoon at the Mossman and District Rifle Range  - conditions were sunny and warm.

F Class (scope) Division, 10/11 shot matches

Roger (new member)  27.0 - 58.0 Tot 85.0
Carl Read 52.0 - 50.1 Tot 97.1
Glen Orenshaw 50.1 - 61.2 Tot 111.3
Kerry Tanner  53.2 - 60.5 Tot 113.7
John Brentson  54.2 - 64.4 Tot 118.6   
Wayne Walsh  56.4 - 62.2 Tot 118.6
Paul Teichert 57.3 - 62.4 Tot 119.7
Norbert Schmidt 59.3 - 63.3 Tot 122.6 
Bill Kromwyk 60.9 - 63.5 Tot 123.14
 
In addition - new member Jacob took a number of training shots.

Next Shoot will be Saturday 11/7/2020 the range shot will be 700 metres. 
The club will hold a FIELD SHOOT on Saturday 25th July.Confirm your place now. Email [email protected] to register your interest. Covid19 guidelines will be followed.
17. Mossman & District Rifle Club Target Shooting 2020-06-27 Nine members shot Double 500 metres on Saturday afternoon at the Mossman and District Rifle Range - conditions were sunny, warm and windy.
F Class (scope) Division, 10/11 shot matches
Jacob (new member) Withdrew - equipment failure
Glen Orenshaw 51.3 - 52.0 Tot 103.3
Kirah 52.0 - 60.0 Tot 112
Kerry Tanner 56.1 - 58.2 Tot 114.3
John Brentson 58.4 - 62.3 Tot 120.7
Wayne Walsh 55.4 - 66.7 Tot 121.11
Bill Kromwyk 60.6 - 65.5 Tot 125.11

Target Rifle - Peep Sight 10/11 shot matches

Neil Atwood 47.1 - 50.1 Tot 97.2
Rick Mischlewski 47.3 - 50.1 Tot 97.4

Next Shoot will be Saturday 4/7/2020 the range shot will be 400 metres.
The club will hold a FIELD SHOOT on Saturday 25th July.
Email [email protected] to register your interest. Covid19 guidelines will be followed. Places will be limited.
18. Mossman Golf Club Golf 2020-06-21 2020_club_champs_2__2_.png
Mossman Golf Club 2020 Club Championships ⛳
Daily Gross & Nett Winners

Saturday 13th June Men’s & Ladies
A Grade Gross – Wayne Christensen 76 Division 1 Gross - Michelle Field 82
B Grade Gross – Matthew Smith 85 Division 2 Gross – Patricia Landy 98
C Grade Gross – Vince Brischetto 92 Division 3 Gross – Pauline Lightfoot 101
A Grade Nett – Peter Gilmore 72 Division 1 Nett – Michelle Field 74
B Grade Nett – Tony Laithwaite 73 Division 2 Nett – Patricia Landy 76
C Grade Nett – Peter Kleinhans 72 Division 3 Nett – Pauline Lightfoot 71
Sunday 14th June Men’s & Ladies
A Grade Gross – Wayne Christensen 73 Division 1 Gross – Michelle Field 85
B Grade Gross – Doug Baird 85 Division 2 Gross – Pam Sinclair 95
C Grade Gross – Luke Dwyer 85 Division 3 Gross – Pauline Lightfoot 106
A Grade Nett – Wayne Christensen 71 Division 1 Nett – Julie Jorgensen 74
B Grade Nett – Doug Baird 72 Division 2 Nett – Pam Sinclair 73
C Grade Nett – Peter Kleinhans 65 Division 3 Nett – Jenny Ewen Smith 75
Saturday 20th June Men’s & Ladies
A Grade Gross – Couper Smith 74 Division 1 Gross – Michelle Field 84
B Grade Gross – Daniel Hober 80 Division 2 Gross – Rachael Byrne 96
C Grade Gross – Luke Dwyer 90 Division 3 Gross – Pauline Lightfoot 105
A Grade Nett – Couper Smith 67 Division 1 Nett – Michelle Field 78
B Grade Nett – Stephen Gray 67 Division 2 Nett – Jo Constantine 71
C Grade Nett – Peter Santarossa 69 Division 3 Nett – Jenny Ewen Smith 73

Sunday 21st June Men’s & Ladies
A Grade Gross – Wayne Christensen 78 Division 1 Gross – Michelle Field 86
B Grade Gross – Charlie Kadic 84 Division 2 Gross – Jo Constantine 99
C Grade Gross – Malcom Phillips 96 Division 3 Gross – Pauline Lightfoot 108
A Grade Nett – Couper Smith 73 Division 1 Nett – Michelle Field 78
B Grade Nett – Daniel Hober 74 Division 2 Nett – Jo Constantine 77
C Grade Nett – Jack Murday 72 Division 3 Nett – Pauline Lightfoot 78

72 Hole Champions

Men’s A Grade & Overall Gross Club Champion Ladies Div 1 & Overall Gross Club Champion
Wayne Christensen - 306 Michelle Field – 337

Men’s B Grade Gross Champion- Ladies Div 2 Gross Champion -
Charlie Kadic - 340 Jo Constantine – 393

Men’s C Grade Gross Champion – Ladies Div 3 Gross Champion -
Luke Dwyer - 376 Pauline Lightfoot – 420

Men’s A Grade Nett Winner – Ladies Div 1 Nett Winner -
Couper Smith – 288 Michelle Field - 305

Men’s B Grade Nett Winner – Ladies Div 2 Nett Winner -
Daniel Hober – 298 Rachael Byrne - 302

Men’s C Grade Nett Winner – Ladies Div 3 Nett Winner -
Peter Kleinhans – 289 Pauline Lightfoot – 300

Junior Overall Club Champion –
Couper Smith - 316

Men’s Senior Overall Champion - Ladies Senior Champion -
Charlie Kadic - 340 Kim Edwards - 392

Men’s Super Senior Champion –
Phil Holloway - 292

Congratulations to all our Club Champions for 2020. Fantastic effort by everyone involved!
Special shout out to Couper Smith our 14 year old Club Junior that was only 10 shots of Wayne Christensen our overall Club Champion.
Thank you for all the work put in by our Match Committee, Fantastic Green Staff, Shop & Bar Staff and Volunteers. Without everyone playing their part in the running of events and everyday Club needs we would not have the amazing Club we have! Thank you! ⛳
19. Palmer Sea Reef Golf Club PSR Club Championships Round 1 2020-06-20 psr_club_champs.jpg
Mens A Grade Women's A Grade
M. Benjak - Gross 75 K. Freitas - Net 68 M. Wallis - Gross 86 K. Knox - Net 83

Mens B Grade Women's B Grade
I. Gomizel - Gross 89 S. Warden - Net 76 R. Dickinson - Gross 94 N. Kullack - Net 76

Mens C Grade Women's C Grade
L. Bolden - Gross 95 K. McGrail - Net 77 S. Knox - Gross 105 M. Nelson - Net 74
Well done to all the participants of Palmer Sea Reef's Club Championships!

Our 3 Round event is open to all Palmer Sea Reef members
For membership enquiries or to book a game contact our pro shop on 4087 2222!

Round 2 of Club Championships will be held on - Saturday the 27th
20. Mossman & District Rifle Club Target Shooting 2020-06-20 Nine members shot Double 300 metres on Saturday afternoon at the Mossman and District Rifle Range - conditions were overcast and mild with minimal breeze.

F Class (scope) Division, 10/11 shot matches

Jacob (new member) Tot 71.5
Carl Read 52.1 - 58.0 Tot 110.1
Nobert Schmidt 53.0 - 61.1 Tot 114.1
Paul Teichert 52.3 - 62.1 Tot 114.4
John Brentson 58.5 - 59.1 Tot 117.6
Glen Orenshaw 57.2 - 61.4 Tot 118.6
Kerry Tanner 58.4 - 63.2 Tot 121.6
Bill Kromwyk 60.6 - 66.7 Tot 126.13

Target Rifle - Peep Sight 10/11 shot matches

Rick Mischlewski 48.2 - 50.1 Tot 98.3

We also welcomed Roger.

Next Shoot will be Saturday 27/06/2020 the range shot will be 500 metres.

The club will hold a FIELD SHOOT on Saturday 25th July.
Email [email protected] to register your interest. Covid19 guidelines will be followed. Places will be limited.
21. Mossman & District Rifle Club Target Shooting 2020-06-13 Nine members shot Double 400 metres on Saturday afternoon at the Mossman and District Rifle Range - conditions were overcast and mild with minimal breeze.

F Class (scope) Division, 10/11 shot matches
Bill Kromwyk 49.0 - 64.5 Tot 115.6
John Brentson 52.1 - 65.2 Tot 117.3
Glen Orenshaw 57.0 - 62.5 Tot 119.5
Nobert Schmidt 56.2 - 64.5 Tot 120.7
Kerry Tanner 57.3 - 65.5 Tot 122.8

Target Rifle - Peep Sight 10/11 shot matches
Neil Attwood 30.0 - 50.3 Tot 80.3
Rick Mischlewski 41.0 - 53.5 Tot 94.5

We also welcomed Kirah.
Next Shoot will be Saturday 20/06/2020 the range shot will be 300 metres.

The club will hold a FIELD SHOOT on Saturday 25th July.
Email [email protected] to register your interest. Covid19 guidelines will be followed. Places will be limited.
22. Mosman & District Rifle Club Target Shooting 2020-06-06 Ten members shot Double 600 metres on Saturday afternoon at the Mossman and District Rifle Range  - conditions were windy but clear.

F Class (scope) Division, 10/11 shot matches
Glen Orenshaw 52.0 - 51.1 Tot 103.1 
Kerry Tanner 52.1 - 58.1 Tot 110.2
Bill Kromwyk 47.1 - 63.6 Tot 110.7  
Carl Read 50.0 - 61.3 Tot 111.3
John Brentson  51.1 - 62.4 Tot 113.5
Paul Teichert 54.1 - 62.0 Tot 116.1  
Tom (Visiting) 58.3 - 60.1 Tot 118.4
Nobert Schmidt 57.2 - 61.3 Tot 118.5

Target Rifle - Peep Sight  10/11 shot matches
Neil Attwood 38.1 - 36.1 Tot 74.2
Rick Mischlewski 46.2 - 54.5 Tot 100.4

We also welcomed Kiera and new Member Jake 

Next Shoot will be Saturday 13/06/2020 the range shot will be 400 metres. 
The club will hold a FIELD SHOOT on Saturday 25th July.

Email [email protected] to register your interest. Covid19 guidelines will be followed. Places will be limitied.
23. Mossman & District Rifle Club Target Shooting 2020-05-30 Following a 9 week break and the easing of Covid19 restrictions, it was good to be back on the Range. 

Ten members shot Double 500 metres on Saturday afternoon at the Mossman and District Rifle Range  - conditions were warm with a very light cooling breeze.

F Class (scope) Division, 10/11 shot matches
Carl Read 48.0 - 53.0 Tot 101.0
Glen Orenshaw 47.1 - 58.1 Tot 105.2
Paul Teichert 54.4 - 59.3 Tot 113.8
John Brentson  53.1 - 61.2 Tot 114.3
Nobert Schmidt 56.1 - 63.3 Tot 119.4
Wayne Walsh  57.6 - 66.4 Tot 123.1    
Dave Williams 58.1 - 66.3 Tot 124.4
Bill Kromwyk 60.4 - 66.7 Tot 126.11

Target Rifle - Peep Sight  10/11 shot matches
Neil Attwood 43.1 - 49.0 Tot 92.1
Rick Mischlewski 47.1 - 54.2 Tot 101.3

Next Shoot will be Saturday 06/06/2020 the range shot will be 600 metres. 

The club will hold a FIELD SHOOT on Saturday 25th July.Email [email protected] to register your interest. Covid19 guidelines will be followed. Places will be limitied.
24. Mossman & District Rifle Club Target Shooting 2020-03-21 Eight members shot Double 800 metres on Saturday afternoon at the Mossman and District Rifle Range  - conditions were breezy. We welcomed visiting junior shooter Kirra

F Class (scope) Division, 10/11 shot matches
Glen Orenshaw 47.1 - 57.1 Tot 104.2
Kerri Tanner 49.1 - 57.0 Tot 106.1
Wayne Walsh  51.1 - 57.2 Tot 108.3  
John Brentson  51.2 - 63.1 Tot 114.3
Nobert Schmidt 55.1 - 62.3 Tot 117.4
Dave Williams 59.2 - 66.7 Tot 125.9

Target Rifle - Peep Sight  10/11 shot matches
Neil Attwood 40.1 - 46.1 Tot 86.2
Rick Mischlewski 44.2 - 53.6 Tot 97.8

Next Shoot will be Saturday 28/03/2020 the range shot will be 600 metres. 
The club welcomes any visitors and new members, shooting commences at 1.30 pm.  Everyone welcome. 
25. Mossman & District Rifle Club Target Shooting 2020-03-14 Seven members shot Double 700 metres on Saturday afternoon at the Mossman and District Rifle Range  - conditions were fairly warm and still. Thanks to our regular weekly scorer Ron Schild.

F Class (scope) Division, 10/11 shot matches
John Brentson  57.1 - 57.0 Tot 114.1
Paul Teichert  56.2 - 62.2 Tot 118.4   
Bill Kromwyk 55.2 - 63.3 Tot 118.5
Nobert Schmidt 56.1 - 66.6 Tot 122.7 
Dave Williams 59.4 - 66.10 Tot 125.14

Target Rifle - Peep Sight  10/11 shot matches
Neil Attwood 41.1 - 55.6 Tot 96.7
Rick Mischlewski 50.6 - 54.3 Tot 104.9

Next Shoot will be Saturday 31/03/2020 the range shot will be 400 metres. 
The club welcomes any visitors and new members, shooting commences at 1.30 pm.  Everyone welcome. 
26. Mosman & District Rifle Club Target Shooting 2020-03-07 Nine members shot Double 500 metres on Saturday afternoon at the Mossman and District Rifle Range - conditions were very hot & humid with a light breeze. Thanks to our regular weekly scorer Ron Schild.

F Class (scope) Division, 10/11 shot matches

Nobert Schmidt 51.1 - 59.3 Tot 110.4
Glen Orenshaw - 48.2 - 63.2 Tot 111.4
Kerri Tanner 52.2 - 60.2 Tot 112.4
John Brentson 58.4 - 63.3 Tot 121.7
Wayne Walsh 58.4 - 66.7 Tot 124.11
Dave Williams 59.6 - 65.9 Tot 124.15
Paul Teichert 60.3 - 65.6 Tot 125.9

Target Rifle - Peep Sight 10/11 shot matches

Neil Attwood 44.1 - 53.3 Tot 97.4
Rick Mischlewski 48.0 - 52.1 Tot 100.1
Next Shoot will be Saturday 14/03/2020 the range shot will be 700 metres.

The club welcomes any visitors and new members, shooting commences at 1.30 pm. Everyone welcome.
27. Mossman & District Rifle Club Target Shooting - Field Shoot 2020-02-29 For a change this week the club hosted a Field Shoot welcoming club members and visiting shooters. The day consisted of a variety of timed exposures at a distance of 400 metres. The competition was held with a mixture of calibers and sights. Lots of fun for all involved.

Kerri Tanner   119.10   
Glen Orenshaw 116.7
Neil Browning  109
Peter  95 
Carlo Pilat  72 
Gary Williams 67
Jure Biodie  65
Nobert Schmidt 58
Gordon Perry  51  
Justin Ericsson 37  
Brandon Williams  35  

Next Shoot will be Saturday 7/03/2020 the range shot will be 500 metres. 

The club welcomes any visitors and new members, shooting commences at 1.30 pm.  Everyone welcome. 
28. Mossman & District Rifle Club Target Shooting 2020-02-15 Six members shot Double 600 metres on Saturday afternoon at the Mossman and District Rifle Range  - conditions were very hot & humid with a patchy breeze - similar to last week.  

F Class (scope) Division, 10/11 shot matches
Kerri Tanner 51.2 - 55.0 Tot 106.2   
Glen Orenshaw -  56.2 - 53.0 Tot 109.2
John Brentson  52.1 - 58.1 Tot 110.2 
Dave Williams 60.3 - 66.5 Tot 126.8 

Target Rifle - Peep Sight  10/11 shot matches

Neil Attwood 46.3 - 49.4 Tot 95.7
Rick Mischlewski 48.2 - 49.0 Tot 97.2
We  welcomed back Ron, our scorer.

Next Shoot will be Saturday 29/02/2020 the range shot will be 400 metres. No Shooting on 22/2 due to Mareeba Comp on 23/2.

The club welcomes any visitors and new members, shooting commences at 1.30 pm.  Everyone welcome. 
29. Mosman & District Rifle Club Target Shooting 2020-02-08 Seven members shot Double 400 metres on Saturday afternoon at the Mossman and District Rifle Range - conditions were very hot & humid with a patchy breeze.

F Class (scope) Division, 10/11 shot matches
Glen Orenshaw - 23.0 (withdrew equipment issues)
Kerri Tanner 27.0 - 49.2 Tot 76.2
John Brentson 49.1 - 56.1 Tot 105.2
Paul Teichert 56.1 - 64.5 Tot 120.6
Norbert Schmidt 58.4 - 64.5 Tot 122.9

Target Rifle - Peep Sight 10/11 shot matches
Neil Attwood 48.2 - 43.0 Tot 91.2
Rick Mischlewski 46.2 - 52.3 Tot 98.5
We also welcomed Jay who joined in today.

Next Shoot will be Saturday 15/02/20 the range shot will be 600 metres.
The club welcomes any visitors and new members, shooting commences at 1.30 pm. Everyone welcome.
30. Port Douglas Outrigger Canoe Club Australien National Sprint Champion Ship 2020-01-31 fb_img_1580855529998_1030__01.jpg
Paul Sonderling: 1. Golden Master Men V12
Lee Foster: 2nd. Master and Open Men V12
Master Women: 4th V12 ,
Senior Master Women : 4th V12


The 2020 Outrigger Canoe Racing Season started last weekend with the Nationals sprint titles at the Sunshine Coast.
Over 800 athletes from around the country, including Norfolk Island, competed over 3 days in 3 different Canoe classes.
Five female paddlers from clubs in Cairns, Bundaberg, Townsville, Yeppoon and Melbourne, joined forces with local paddler Ingrid Juchem to represent Port Douglas OCC in the Master and Senior Master women division.
Friday’s racing showcased the V12 canoe class (two 6man canoe hulls rigged side by side) on the 500 meter straight course. To make up 12 paddlers, Port Douglas combined with Panamuna (Brisbane) in the master’s and Koa Kai (Sydney) in the Senior Master division. Winning both of their heats convincingly, they placed 4th in both finals.
Two Port Douglas male paddlers also competed at the event.
Lee Foster, a member of the FNQ Elite squad raced with Cairns Beaches. “The event also doubled up as qualification for the upcoming World Champion ship in Hawaii” Lee said.” We needed to be in the top 3 in the V12 and top 6 in the V6 to qualify and we sure did that with two second and a 6th place”
It was Paul Sondergeld, who’s gold Medal in the Golden Master Men age group with the team form Bayside, that topped the days performance. Still considered a novice in the sport after only 3 months of participating, the former surfer and kayaker is now the clubs latest “Australian Champion”.
Saturday racing was all about 1000-meter distance with three 180 degree turns.
‘’We nailed every single one the turns in our 2 heats” Soozi Ellis , former Club President now with Yeppon said.” We just did not have the speed on the straight to be up there with the top teams. Cairns Beaches dominated the two aged groups we were in”.
Two solid races over 500 meters for the Port Douglas women and a 6th place for Lee Foster concluded the race weekend.
The club is now looking forward to the first Grand Prix Regatta in March at Lake Tinaroo. Anyone wishing to have a go at Outrigger Canoe Paddling can just contact the club via Facebook : Port Douglas Outriggers.


31. Mosman & District Rifle Club Target Shooting 2020-02-01 Eight members shot Double 700 metres on Saturday afternoon at the Mossman and District Rifle Range - conditions were hot & humid with a light breeze.

F Class (scope) Division, 10/11 shot matches
Glen Orenshaw 40.1 - 54.3 Tot 94.4
Kerri Tanner 48.0 - 56.2 Tot 104.2
John Brentson 52.1 - 62.3 Tot 114.4
Paul Teichert 57.2 - 64.3 Tot 121.5
Norbert Schmidt 59.4 - 64.5 Tot 123.9
Wayne Walsh 60.6 - 64.4 Tot 124.10

Target Rifle - Peep Sight 10/11 shot matches
Rick Mischlewski 45.3 - 52.2 Tot 97.5
Neil Attwood 46.2 - 54.7 Tot 100.9
Next Shoot will be Saturday 8/02/20 the range shot will be 400 metres.
The club welcomes any visitors and new members, shooting commences at 1.30 pm. Everyone welcome. We also wish Ron Shield a speedy recovery hope and look forward to having you back in your scorers seat.
32. Mosman & District Rifle Club Target Shooting 2020-01-25 Seven members shot Double 500 metres on Saturday afternoon at the Mossman and District Rifle Range  - conditions were hot & humid with patchy breeze down the range.   

F Class (scope) Division, 10/11 shot matches
Glen Orenshaw 36.0 - 46.1 Tot 82.1  
John Brentson  47.2 - 61.2 Tot   108.4 
Kerri Tanner 52.0 - 58.1 Tot 110.1 
Norbert Schmidt  53.1 - 61.0 Tot 114.1 
Paul Teichert  58.5 - 65.5 Tot 123.1    

Target Rifle - Peep Sight  10/11 shot matches
Neil Attwood 46.1 - 51.2 Tot 97.3
Rick Mischlewski 46.1 - 52.1 Tot 98.2
  
Next Shoot will be Saturday 1/02/20 the range shot will be 700 metres.
The club welcomes any visitors and new members, shooting commences at 1.30 pm.  Everyone welcome.
33. Mosman & District Rifle Club Target Shooting 2020-01-18 Seven members shot Double 300 metres on Saturday afternoon at the Mossman and District Rifle Range  - conditions were very hot and windy down the range. Thanks to our regular weekly scorer Ron Schild.  

F Class (scope) Division, 10/11 shot matches
Glen Orenshaw 43.1 - 54.0 Tot 97.1  
Kerri Tanner 41.0 - 58.4 Tot 99.4 
John Brentson  54.5 - 57.3 Tot   111.8
Paul Teichert  56.5 - 62.4 Tot 118.9
Wayne Walsh 59.3 - 62.4 Tot 121.7    

Target Rifle - Peep Sight  10/11 shot matches
Neil Attwood 41.2 - 46 Tot 87.2
Rick Mischlewski 46.1 - 51.3 Tot 97.4
  
Next Shoot will be Saturday 25/1/20 the range shot will be 500 metres.
The club welcomes any visitors and new members, shooting commences at 1.30 pm.  Everyone welcome.
34. Mossman & District Rifle Club Target Shooting 2020-01-11 Six members shot Double 400 metres on Saturday afternoon at the Mossman and District Rifle Range  - conditions were hot and clear. Thanks to our regular weekly scorer Ron Schild. We welcomed new club members Glen & Kerri. 

F Class (scope) Division, 10/11 shot matches
Kerri Tanner 44.1 - 48.1 Tot 92.2  
Glen Orenshaw 48.0 - 46.0 Tot 94.0  
John Brentson  53.3 - 61.2 Tot   114.4
Paul Teichert  52.1 - 64.3 Tot 116.4  

Target Rifle - Peep Sight  10/11 shot matches
Neil Attwood 41 - 51 Tot 92
Rick Mischlewski 45 - 54 Tot 94
Next Shoot will be Saturday 18/1/20 the range shot will be 300 metres.
The club welcomes any visitors and new members, shooting commences at 1.30 pm.  Everyone welcome.
35. Mosman & District Rifle Club Target Shooting 2019-12-14 Five members shot Double 700 metres on Saturday afternoon at the Mossman and District Rifle Range  - conditions were hot and hazy.

Thanks to our regular weekly scorer Ron Schild and to Glen and Kerri-May for joining us. F Class (scope) Division, 10/11 shot matches
John Brentson  56.1 - 64.4 Tot   120.5
Wayne Walsh 58.2 - 65.4 Tot 123.6 
Paul Teichert  60.5 - 64.3 Tot 124.8  

Target Rifle - Peep Sight  10/11 shot matches
Neil Attwood 45.0 - 48.3 Tot 93.3
Rick Mischlewski 49.1 - 51.3 Tot 100.4
Next Shoot will be Saturday 4/1/20 the range shot will be 400 metres.
The club welcomes any visitors and new members, shooting commences at 1.30 pm. Everyone welcome.  Christmas greetings to all. 
36. Mosman & District Rifle Club Target Shooting 2019-12-07 Five members shot Double 300 metres on Saturday afternoon at the Mossman and District Rifle Range  - conditions were warm with a moderate breeze.
Thanks to our regular weekly scorer Ron Schild. 

F Class (scope) Division, 10/11 shot matches
John Brentson  48.1 - 57.2 Tot   105.3
Carl Read 54.2 - 64.4 Tot 118.6 
Paul Teichert  58.3 - 63.3 Tot 121.6  
Wayne Walsh 60.2 - 64.4 Tot 124.6

Target Rifle - Peep Sight  10/11 shot matches
Rick Mischlewski 46.2 - 51.4 Tot 97.6
  
Next Shoot will be Saturday 14/12/19 the range shot will be 700 metres.
The club welcomes any visitors and new members, shooting commences at 1.30 pm.
Everyone welcome.
37. Mosman & District Rifle Club Target Shooting 2019-11-30 Four members shot Double 400 metres on Saturday afternoon at the Mossman and District Rifle Range  - conditions were hot and humid. Thanks to our regular weekly scorer Ron Schild.

F Class (scope) Division, 10/11 shot matches
John Brentson  50.1 - 60.1 Tot   110.2 
Paul Techert  57.2 - 63.2 Tot 120.4  

Target Rifle - Peep Sight  10/11 shot matches
Neil Attwood 41 - 47.2 Tot 88.2   
Rick Mischlenski 47.3 - 54.4 Tot 101.7
  
Next Shoot will be Saturday 7/12/19 the range shot will be 300 metres.
The club welcomes any visitors and new members, shooting commences at 1.30 pm.
Everyone welcome.
38. Mosman & District Rifle Club Target Shooting 2019-11-23 Three members shot Double 600 metres on Saturday afternoon at the Mossman and District Rifle Range  - conditions were hot with an intermittent haze. Thanks to our regular weekly scorer Ron Schild and we welcomed visitor Norm. 

F Class (scope) Division, 10/11 shot matches
John Brentson  50.0 - 58.0 Tot 108 
Paul Teichert  55.2 - 63.4 Tot 118.6  
Wayne Walsh 57.1 - 64.3 Tot 121.4   

Next Shoot will be Saturday 30/11/19 the range shot will be 400 metres.
The club welcomes any visitors and new members, shooting commences at 1.30 pm.
Everyone welcome.
39. Mosman & District Rifle Club Target Shooting 2019-10-26 Eight members shot Double 400 metres on Saturday afternoon at the Mossman and District Rifle Range  - conditions were warm to hot with a light breeze.

F Class (scope) Division, 10/11 shot matches
Aden Bushmer 48.2 - 54.1 Tot 102.3 (new shooter)
Wayne Walsh 52.2 - 56.1 Tot 108.3
John Brentson  49.0 - 61.3 Tot   110.3 
Paul Techert  53 - 58.2 Tot 111.2  
Norbert Schmidt  50 - 64.4 Tot  114.4
Brett Perry 53.4 - 65.8 Tot 118.12

Target Rifle - Peep Sight  10/11 shot matches
Rick Misohlenski 43 - 48 Tot 91.3 
Neil Attwood 41 - 52 Tot 93.5  
Thanks to our regular weekly scorer Ron Schild. 
    
Next Shoot will be Saturday 3/11/19 the range shot will be 600 metres.
The club welcomes any visitors and new members, shooting commences at 1.30 pm.
Everyone welcome.
40. Mosman & District Rifle Club Target Shooting 2019-10-19 Five members shot Double 700 metres on Saturday afternoon at the Mossman and District Rifle Range - hot and hazy conditions. Thanks to our regular weekly scorer Ron Schild.

F Class (scope) Division, 10/11 shot matches
John Brentson 52.0 - 59.3 Tot 112.3
Norbert Schmidt 58.5 - 58.1 Tot 116.6
Paul Techert 56.1 - 62.4 Tot 118.5

Target Rifle - Peep Sight 10/11 shot matches
Neil Attwood 34 - 54 Tot 87
Rick Misohlenski 47 - 48 Tot 95
Next Shoot will be Saturday 26/10/19 the range shot will be 400 metres.
The club welcomes any visitors and new members, shooting commences at 1.30 pm.
Everyone welcome.
41. Mossman and District Rifle CLub Target Shooting 2019-10-05 Four members shot Double 500 metres on Saturday afternoon at the Mossman and District Rifle Range  - warm and breezy conditions. Thanks to our regular weekly scorer Ron Schild. 

F Class (scope) Division, 10/11 shot matches
John Brentson  52.1 - 60.1 Tot   112.2 
Norbert Schmidt  58.5 - 59.2 Tot   117.7
Wayne Walsh (F Open)  58.3 - 63.5 Tot 1212.8

Target Rifle - Peep Sight 10/11 shot matches
Rick Misohlenski 45.4 - 54.3 Tot 99.7  
Next Shoot will be Saturday 12/10/19 the range shot will be 600 metres.
The club welcomes any visitors and new members, shooting commences at 1.30 pm.
Everyone welcome.
42. Douglas United Dragons FNQ Football 2019-09-23 The Douglas United Dragons had a solid 2-0 win over the Atherton Eagles on Friday night.

Minor premiers the Dragons took on the 2nd placed Eagles in a qualifying semi-final, the winner advancing directly to the grand final and the loser having to play in another semi-final against the winner of 3rd and 4th.

The Dragons fielded a full-strength side in front of a large crowd at Port Douglas sports precinct, the Dragons were determined to start well after a few lacklustre opening halves in the last few weeks and had the strong breeze behind their backs.

And that they did, the Dragons controlled possession right from the kick-off, shifting the ball around quickly and running the opposition ragged. It wasn't long before the pressure paid off, Ben Syrett rising high at the far post from a corner, powerfully heading the ball back across into the top corner of the goal.
Dragons 1-0.

Midfielders Gavin Jenkin and Dan Tiffin were battling in the midfield, winning all the 50/50's, wingers Adriano Gaultieri and Felippe Iribarren were tormenting the Eagles outside backs. The Dragons continued to dominate early in the game and scored another fantastic goal. Building from the back the ball was quickly passed from player to player using 1 or 2 touch football, it went from the Dragons goal box to Eagles goal box in seconds, it was then crossed low and hard in front of the Eagles keeper to the far post where Iribarren was on hand to side foot it into an open goal, easily the team goal of the season. Dragons 2-0 midway through the first half.

The Eagles started to find some ball after being thoroughly outplayed, they pushed forward several times, the Dragons defence scrambled to shut them down, an awkward bouncing ball did finally get through the Dragons defence, an Eagles striker collected it and beat the advancing Dragons keeper Heath Melton, he side-footed the ball towards an open goal, but Curtis White came racing in from the flank to clear just before it crossed the line. A wake-up call for the Dragons, the Eagles have beaten the Dragons twice this year were a dangerous side. Both teams now attacking and having scoring opportunities, going into half time the score remained Dragons 2-0. Coach Andrew Robinson was happy with the great start to the game, but the Eagles were a quality side and the Dragons needed to continue their push and not just sit on their advantage.

The second half started evenly, the Eagles were pushing more now with the wind behind them, bombarding the Dragons with crosses, even there keeper with a huge kicks was finding the Dragons goal box, but central defenders Adam Howell and Ben Syrett were controlling the air, repelling the danger, outside backs Gary Cunningham and White were outplaying their rivals, there was just no way through for the Eagles.

The Eagles were desperate, trying everything to get on the score sheet, a strong wing pushing the Dragons back, and after months of dry weather, even heavy rain lashed at the Dragons. But they held strong until the final whistle.

A 2-0 win for the Dragons and a ticket to the grand final in 2 weeks. A big thank you to the supporters who braved the conditions and crammed into the very limited covered area during the rain and to the volunteers who always put in a huge effort to keep the club successful.
43. Douglas United Dragons FNQ Football 2019-09-23 The Douglas United Dragons had a solid 2-0 win over the Atherton Eagles on Friday night.

Minor premiers the Dragons took on the 2nd placed Eagles in a qualifying semi-final, the winner advancing directly to the grand final and the loser having to play in another semi-final against the winner of 3rd and 4th.

The Dragons fielded a full-strength side in front of a large crowd at Port Douglas sports precinct, the Dragons were determined to start well after a few lacklustre opening halves in the last few weeks and had the strong breeze behind their backs.

And that they did, the Dragons controlled possession right from the kick-off, shifting the ball around quickly and running the opposition ragged. It wasn't long before the pressure paid off, Ben Syrett rising high at the far post from a corner, powerfully heading the ball back across into the top corner of the goal.
Dragons 1-0.

Midfielders Gavin Jenkin and Dan Tiffin were battling in the midfield, winning all the 50/50's, wingers Adriano Gaultieri and Felippe Iribarren were tormenting the Eagles outside backs. The Dragons continued to dominate early in the game and scored another fantastic goal. Building from the back the ball was quickly passed from player to player using 1 or 2 touch football, it went from the Dragons goal box to Eagles goal box in seconds, it was then crossed low and hard in front of the Eagles keeper to the far post where Iribarren was on hand to side foot it into an open goal, easily the team goal of the season. Dragons 2-0 midway through the first half.

The Eagles started to find some ball after being thoroughly outplayed, they pushed forward several times, the Dragons defence scrambled to shut them down, an awkward bouncing ball did finally get through the Dragons defence, an Eagles striker collected it and beat the advancing Dragons keeper Heath Melton, he side-footed the ball towards an open goal, but Curtis White came racing in from the flank to clear just before it crossed the line. A wake-up call for the Dragons, the Eagles have beaten the Dragons twice this year were a dangerous side. Both teams now attacking and having scoring opportunities, going into half time the score remained Dragons 2-0. Coach Andrew Robinson was happy with the great start to the game, but the Eagles were a quality side and the Dragons needed to continue their push and not just sit on their advantage.

The second half started evenly, the Eagles were pushing more now with the wind behind them, bombarding the Dragons with crosses, even there keeper with a huge kicks was finding the Dragons goal box, but central defenders Adam Howell and Ben Syrett were controlling the air, repelling the danger, outside backs Gary Cunningham and White were outplaying their rivals, there was just no way through for the Eagles.

The Eagles were desperate, trying everything to get on the score sheet, a strong wing pushing the Dragons back, and after months of dry weather, even heavy rain lashed at the Dragons. But they held strong until the final whistle.

A 2-0 win for the Dragons and a ticket to the grand final in 2 weeks. A big thank you to the supporters who braved the conditions and crammed into the very limited covered area during the rain and to the volunteers who always put in a huge effort to keep the club successful.
44. Mossman Port Douglas Sharks Cairns District Rugby League 2019-09-21 1st Grade:

Sharks - 30
Innisfail - 24

Reserves:

Sharks - 32
Brothers - 26
#Sharkattack
45. Port Douglas AFL Crocs AFL Cairns 2019-09-21 Crocs: 15-9-99
Cutters: 9-11-65
Go the Crocs!!
46. Mossman Golf Club Golf 2019-09-17 mossman_junior_open_2019.jpg
GOLF RESULTS 17/09/2019

Mossman Golf Club’s Tuesday Men’s September Monthly Medal Event was won by Drew Weyand with 64 Nett, in 2nd David Heron with 68 Nett and in 3rd was Luis Valmorbidal with 69 Nett on a C/B.
NTP’s – John Hawes on 13.

Wednesday’s Nine Hole stableford event was won by Geoff Withers with 23 points, R/up Sam Brischetto with 19 Points.
NTP’s – Neil Foard on 10, Jack Boyd on 13, Ray Bennetts on 17.

Thursday’s Ladies 2 Ball Multiplier Stableford Event was won by Maxine Leigh & Vicki Crowther with 64 points on a C/B, 2nd Pricilla Freeman & Robyn Fleming with 64 points and in 3rd Gayle Healey & Julie Hooker with 61 points.
NTP’s –Vicki Crowther on 8, Pam Sinclair on 10 & 13, Kim Edwards on 17.

Friday’s Sporter’s Nine Hole Stableford Event was won by Duane Hoffman with 27 points and in 2nd Ranald Edwards with 22.

Saturday Mossman Golf Club Men’s Stableford Competition was won by Wayne Christensen with 41 points, 2nd Andrew Moylan with 39 points, 3rd Charlie Kadic with 38 points.
NTP’s – Michael Lancaster on 6, Stephen Leak on 8 & 10, Chris Hameister on 13, Wayne Christensen on 17.

Saturday Mossman Golf Club Ladies Stableford Competition was won by Tricia Batkin with 40 points and in 2nd Michelle Field with 38 points and in 3rd Patricia Landy with 35 points.
NTP’s – Rachael Byrne on 6 & 8, Michelle Field on 10, Tricia Batkin on 13, Michelle Field on 17.

Mossman Golf Club Sunday 18 Hole Medley Event was won by Duane Hoffman with 38 points and in 2nd Warren Bishop with 35 points.
Mossman Junior Open 2019 Results
WINNER R/UP
AGU Boys
Gross COUPER SMITH 82/76 AQIF AZLEN 82/92
AGU Boys
Nett JASPER TRUSLER 101/66 ALFIE WARD 91/77
AGU LONG DRIVE TOM WHITTLE
NTP’S 6 8- CURTIS HOUSEHAM
13- ALFIE WARD 17
AGU Girls
Gross ANGEL PIZZICHEMI 89/95
AGU Girls
Nett JASMINE CANNY 93/74
AGU LONG DRIVE 18- ANGEL PIZZICHEMI
NTP’S 6 8
13 17- JASMINE CANNY
NOVICE Boys
Gross JESSE AVERY 50/33 LIAM CALVERT 53/34
NOVICE Boys
Nett ETHAN DWYER 54/32 AARON GATTERA 73/38
NOVICE LONG DRIVE 12- ETHAN DWYER
NTP’S 10 13
NOVICE Girls
Gross EMILY MCEWAN 49/22 KAYLA MOSS 59/38
NOVICE Girls
Gross ABBY MCEWAN 50/28 LAUREN DOBBIE 63/34
NOVICE LONG DRIVE 12- LAUREN DOBBIE
NTP’S 10 13- EMILY MCEWEN
9 HOLE MODIFIED
Boys Gross DOUG SEAWRIGHT 42/19 ROBERT CLOSE 50/29
9 HOLE MODIFIED
Boys Nett HUDSON CALVERT 52/26 RYAN GATTERA 52/30
9 HOLE MOD LONG DR 9- CHARLIE BRISCHETTO
NTP’S 8- DOUG SEAWRIGHT
9 HOLE MODIFIED
Girls Gross REGINA GATTERA 56/37
9 HOLE MODIFIED
Girls Nett CHLOE SMITH 68/35
9 HOLE MOD LONG DR 9- REGINA GATTERA
NTP’S 8
6 HOLE MODIFIED
Girls Gross HAYLEY LANCASTER 61
6 HOLE MODIFIED
Girls Nett ABIGAIL BRISCHETTO 68
6 HOLE MOD LONG DR 1- ABIGAIL BRISCHETTO
NTP’S 6


Congratulation to Couper Smith from Mossman GC and Angel Pezzichemi from Cairns GC 2019 Mossman Junior Open AGU Champions! Congratulations to all participants in all divisions there were some great scores and great to see some great sportsmanship out on the course. Thank you to all the parents that travelled to bring their children to compete in our open. We had children from Innisfail, Atherton, Tropics, Cairns, Half Moon Bay and Mossman!! Thanks to our Sponsors for the day and everyone that helped on the day!

Mossman Golf Club Tuesday Junior Clinics will be on Tuesday afternoons from 5pm – 6pm. All children welcome from 6 years to 15 years.
If you have any questions give the Club a Call on 40 981570 or Lisa Smith 0400668209
There will be no Clinics during the School Holidays! Thanks


Good Luck to Everyone! Happy Golfing

47. Douglas United Dragons FNQ Football The Douglas United Dragons had a catch game on Wednesday night and easily defeated Leichardt Lions 7-0, and on Friday night dispatched Edge Hill Tigers 2-1.

On Wednesday night the Dragons travelled to Endeavor park and played the Lions in a catch-up game. It was a very dominant display from the Dragons, the Lions were outplayed in every aspect of the game, offering little resistance and the Dragons attacked at will. Andrea Moreschini scored a hattrick of goals, Gary Cunningham, Dan Ferrero, Juan Benitez also scored and Adriano Gaultieri scored with a penalty. The Lions had few attacks and the Dragons enjoyed a relatively easy game against a side that had lost a few key players.

On Friday night the Dragons travelled to Edge Hill to face the Tigers in the last game of the season prior to the finals. The Dragons have already wrapped up the minor premiership wanted to enjoy the game and show some good form coming into the finals series. It was a tight turn around after the game on Wednesday night, but the Dragons were feeling fresh as the run on Wednesday was more like a training drill because of the weak opposition. The Dragons started well, having 90 per cent of possession and passing well on a poor pitch, they looked dangerous and had several chances at the Tigers goal. Midway through the first half Adriano Gaultieri put over a quality far post cross and Dan Ferrero finished well with a great header into the top corner. Dragons 1-0.

A few more chances came the Dragons way, but they failed to capitalise and going into half-time they were still vulnerable with only a one-goal cushion. The Tigers were offering little upfront, the Dragons midfield and defence were shutting them down in the few opportunities they had.

The 2nd half saw the Dragons again come close on several occasions, the bumpy sandy field making it difficult to get that quality finish or final pass. Gavin Jenkin was next to score with a rare goal, he was on hand at the far post where he received the ball and volleyed it over the keeper into the far corner. Dragons 2-0.

The 4th placed tigers started to get desperate, a point from this game would secure there place in the finals. They pushed forward several times and were rewarded with a goal after a run down the left flank and a low hard shot left keeper Heath Melton wrong-footed and unable to save it. Game on 2-1.

The Tigers were throwing everything at the Dragons to get that vital point they desperately needed, several corners and crosses were being drilled in but Adam Howell and Ben Syrett dominated the air in defence and kept them away. The Tigers were a feisty team, the last game resulted in 2 red cards and a few near onfield melee's, the referee had better control of this game but it was still very physical. A dangerous free-kick just outside the box in the dying minutes gave the Tigers one last shot at goal, but it was parried away by Melton.

Final score 2-1 to the Dragons, a deserved victory but they should have made it more comfortable with better finishing. The Dragons are at home next Friday for a qualifying final, it will be a great night the winner earning a place in the grand final.
48. Douglas United Dragons FNQ Football The Douglas United Dragons had a catch game on Wednesday night and easily defeated Leichardt Lions 7-0, and on Friday night dispatched Edge Hill Tigers 2-1.

On Wednesday night the Dragons travelled to Endeavor park and played the Lions in a catch-up game. It was a very dominant display from the Dragons, the Lions were outplayed in every aspect of the game, offering little resistance and the Dragons attacked at will. Andrea Moreschini scored a hattrick of goals, Gary Cunningham, Dan Ferrero, Juan Benitez also scored and Adriano Gaultieri scored with a penalty. The Lions had few attacks and the Dragons enjoyed a relatively easy game against a side that had lost a few key players.

On Friday night the Dragons travelled to Edge Hill to face the Tigers in the last game of the season prior to the finals. The Dragons have already wrapped up the minor premiership wanted to enjoy the game and show some good form coming into the finals series. It was a tight turn around after the game on Wednesday night, but the Dragons were feeling fresh as the run on Wednesday was more like a training drill because of the weak opposition. The Dragons started well, having 90 per cent of possession and passing well on a poor pitch, they looked dangerous and had several chances at the Tigers goal. Midway through the first half Adriano Gaultieri put over a quality far post cross and Dan Ferrero finished well with a great header into the top corner. Dragons 1-0.

A few more chances came the Dragons way, but they failed to capitalise and going into half-time they were still vulnerable with only a one-goal cushion. The Tigers were offering little upfront, the Dragons midfield and defence were shutting them down in the few opportunities they had.

The 2nd half saw the Dragons again come close on several occasions, the bumpy sandy field making it difficult to get that quality finish or final pass. Gavin Jenkin was next to score with a rare goal, he was on hand at the far post where he received the ball and volleyed it over the keeper into the far corner. Dragons 2-0.

The 4th placed tigers started to get desperate, a point from this game would secure there place in the finals. They pushed forward several times and were rewarded with a goal after a run down the left flank and a low hard shot left keeper Heath Melton wrong-footed and unable to save it. Game on 2-1.

The Tigers were throwing everything at the Dragons to get that vital point they desperately needed, several corners and crosses were being drilled in but Adam Howell and Ben Syrett dominated the air in defence and kept them away. The Tigers were a feisty team, the last game resulted in 2 red cards and a few near onfield melee's, the referee had better control of this game but it was still very physical. A dangerous free-kick just outside the box in the dying minutes gave the Tigers one last shot at goal, but it was parried away by Melton.

Final score 2-1 to the Dragons, a deserved victory but they should have made it more comfortable with better finishing. The Dragons are at home next Friday for a qualifying final, it will be a great night the winner earning a place in the grand final.
49. Douglas Hockey Douglas Shire Hockey 2019-09-10 Seniors Monday Night competition:

Final 1:

Wonga Warriors 1defeat Mossman Magic 0
GS - WONGA WARRIORS
Nolan McLeod
GS - MOSSMAN MAGIC

Best player went to Nolan McLeod for his great first brilliant hockey skills and moving the ball through players legs.

Julatten Allstars 3 defeat Port Lightning 1
GS - PORT LIGHTNING
Sean Hawkes
GS - JULATTEN ALLSTARS
Mariana Rhodes 2
Beck Nicole Warlan

Best player went out to Mariana Rhodes for her great hockey skills through the game and for her never say die attitude.

Our hockey season has now come to an end for the seniors, well done to everyone that has played throughout the year.


‘Get in the game’ Juniors competition:

Daintree Dynamos 9 defeated Julatten Allstars Juniors 2
GS - DAINTREE DYNAMOS
Xyla Bigby 3
Eli Smith 3
Lochie Nash 2
Jasmine Sayed
GS - JULATTEN ALLSTARS
Jonah Bartlett

Best player went out to Eli Smith for setting up his teammates and scoring some great goals.

Port Douglas Juniors 6 defeated Mossman Magic Juniors 1
GS - PORT LIGHTNING
Lauren Mullane 4
Gwen Lalara 2
GS - MOSSMAN MAGIC
Liam Merrilees

Best player went out to Liam Merrilees for never giving up when his team was behind on the score board.

Miallo Hotshots Juniors 2 drew Wonga Warriors Juniors 2
GS - MIALLO HOTSHOTS
James O’donoghue 2
GS - WONGA WARRIORS
Willy Wurrawilya 2

Best player went out to Willy Wurrawilya for assessing the game really well and pulling off some cool hockey skills.

The ladder:

Daintree Dynamos Juniors 22 points
Miallo Hotshots Juniors 20 points
Port Lightning Juniors 15 points
Wonga Warriors Juniors 12 points
Julatten All Stars Juniors 6 points
Mossman Magic Juniors 1 point


This Sunday is the last round for the Junior Hockey competition. So come on down and watch some great hockey before it all ends.
50. Douglas United Dragons FNQ Football 2019-09-09 The Douglas United Dragons are minor premiers in 2019! A comfortable 4-0 win over the Southside Comets on Friday night.

The league-leading Dragons played the bottom-placed Comets side in a very one-sided affair last Friday. The Dragons started off dominating every facet of the game, the Comets side offering little resistance. However the Dragons failed to capitalise on several goal scoring chances throughout the match, the finishing was below par and there were a lot of shots off target or within range of the Comets keeper who made countless saves. The Dragons weren't used to having so much ball and space, everyone was hungry to get on the score sheet, but this backfired as the final passes or shots weren't finding the mark.

Midway through the first half the hapless Comets nearly took the lead after a rare push forward, a low hard shot parried away by Dragons keeper Heath Melton, the Dragons couldn't believe they nearly went behind against such weak opposition. But this seemed to ignite the Dragons strikers and Ashley Woods was waiting at the far post to blast home a cross from Felipe Iribarren. Dragons 1-0.

At half time the Dragons were frustrated, they could easily have been 5 or 6 up, coach Andrew Robinson called for more composure and less negativity on the field.

The second half started well for the Dragons, Ashley Woods scoring his second goal from close range, Dragons 2-0. The Comets team were optimistic as they were only 2 goals down, they pushed forward several times, their speedy right-winger was causing havoc for the Dragons defence, putting over several crosses and earning corners one which resulted in a powerful shot from a ball that wasn't cleared properly, luckily tipped over the crossbar by Melton. Midway through the 2nd half Woods received the ball on the left and charged towards goal, a strong low left-foot shot whizzing past the Comets keeper, a hatrick for Woods and Dragons 3 -0. The Dragons continued to run rings around the opposition, keeping possession for long periods and running the Comets around in circles, toying with them at times. Late in the game another corner for the Dragons Andrea Moreschini rising well at the near post and buried the ball in the top corner with a great header.

Final score dragons 4-0 in a very dominant display, but also a little disappointed with the finishing as the score could have been a lot more.
Dragons are minor premiers for the 3rd year running congratulations on another great season! They have a catch-up game against Leichdardt in Cairns on Wednesday and then the final game before the finals on Friday away to Edge Hill.
51. Mosman & District Rifle Club Target Shooting 2019-09-07 Four members shot Double 700 metres on Saturday afternoon at the Mossman and District Rifle Range - warm to hot and dry conditions. Thanks to our regular weekly scorer Ron Schild.

F Class (scope) Division, 10/11 shot matches

John Brentson 56.2 - 62.4 Tot 118.6
Carl Read 57.4 - 63.2 Tot 120.6
Paul Teichert 58.2 - 63.2 Tot 121.4
Wayne Walsh (F Open) 58.3 - 64.5 Tot 122.8
Next Shoot will be Saturday 14/9/19 the range shot will be 400 metres.
The club welcomes any visitors and new members, shooting commences at 1.30 pm.
Everyone welcome.
52. Douglas Hockey Douglas Shire Hockey 2019-09-03 Seniors Monday Night competition:

Wonga Warriors 4 defeat Mossman Magic 2
GS - WONGA WARRIORS
Nolan McLeod 2
Greg Mill
Trazane Cobb
GS - MOSSMAN MAGIC
Connor Dunn 2

Best player went to Stacey Langtee for her great first game back after a couple weeks off. Well done Stace.

Port Lightning 1 drew Julatten Allstars 1
GS - PORT LIGHTNING
Emma Parkes
GS - JULATTEN ALLSTARS
Hamish Batterham


Best player went out to Kiri Haak Tracey for a great all round effort both in attack and defence.

The ladder:
Wonga Warriors 27 points
Mossman Magic 25 points
Port Lighting 15 points
Julatten Allstars 6 points
53. Douglas Hockey Douglas Shire Hockey 2019-09-03 Seniors Monday Night competition:

Wonga Warriors 4 defeat Mossman Magic 2
GS - WONGA WARRIORS
Nolan McLeod 2
Greg Mill
Trazane Cobb
GS - MOSSMAN MAGIC
Connor Dunn 2

Best player went to Stacey Langtee for her great first game back after a couple weeks off. Well done Stace.

Port Lightning 1 drew Julatten Allstars 1
GS - PORT LIGHTNING
Emma Parkes
GS - JULATTEN ALLSTARS
Hamish Batterham


Best player went out to Kiri Haak Tracey for a great all round effort both in attack and defence.

The ladder:
Wonga Warriors 27 points
Mossman Magic 25 points
Port Lighting 15 points
Julatten Allstars 6 points

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