Local Sport Results and Reports

Douglas Shire and Cairns FNQ Competitions

(45) Club name Competition Date Upload Photo Results Comment
1. Mosman & District Rifle Club Target Shooting 2019-08-24 rifle_club_01.jpg
F Class (scope) Division , 10/11 shot matches.
John Brentson 53.2 - 55.0 Tot 108.2
Carl Read 54.1 - 56.0 Tot 110.1
Norbert Schmidt 55.1 - 60.1 Tot 115.2
Paul Teichert 52.1 - 64.6 Tot 118.7

Target Rifle (peep sight) 10/11 shot matches.
Neil Attwood 43.0 - 45.1 Tot 88.1
Five members shot Double 600 metres on Saturday afternoon at the Mossman and District Rifle Range - another fine day. Thanks to our regular weekly scorer Ron Schild pictured here with Carl and Norbert.

Next Shoot will be Saturday 31/8/19 the range shot will be 500 metres.
The club welcomes any visitors and new members, shooting commences at 1.30 pm.
Everyone welcome.
2. Douglas United Dragons Soccer 2019-08-16 On Friday night the Douglas United Dragons travelled to Cairns to play the JCU strikers and came away with a comprehensive 8-1 victory.

The Dragons came into the match with a full squad and hungry to continue their recent dominant performances. The Dragons started strongly hogging possession and pushing forward at will. It didn't take long for them to open their account with a neat finish from forward Dan Ferrero who carefully placed his shot inside the post. Dragons 1-0.
Shortly after Ferrero got his second, a charge down the right flank he slotted the ball past the strikers keeper. 2-0.
In a rare attack the Strikers pushed forward and broke through the Dragons defence, the shot well saved by keeper Heath Melton low to his right, he got up again to make a second save from the rebound. The Dragons quickly regained momentum, a hand ball inside the Strikers box gave the Dragons a penalty, Ferrero stepped up and slotted it home for his hattrick. 3-0

A corner for the Dragons saw Adam Howell rise above the strikers defence his strong header from point blank range somehow saved by the Strikers keeper. Soon after Howell scored from a long range shot that wrong footed the keeper. Dragons 4-0.

Ferrero was punishing the strikers with powerful runs down flank, Jaun Benitez was showing some incredible skill in midfield running rings around the opposition. A neat through by ball Benitez put Ferrero through on goal, the goal scoring machine claimed his 4th goal of the half. Dragons 5-0.
Gary Cunningham who was controlling the midfield well pushed forward he played a delightful 1-2 with Adriano Gualtieri inside the Strikers box and neatly put it in the back of the net. Half time Dragons 6-0.

The hungry Dragons side in great form of late charging home to try and get the minor premiership dominating the Strikers who are dwindling down the bottom of the ladder, it was a very one sided affair and the second half was no different. The Dragons were playing some great football and they scored another soon into the half, a flowing movement, the ball past from Melton to Cunningham in the midfield who then past it wide out down the left flank to Max Taylor who put in a powerful low cross into the Strikers goal mouth for Andrea Moreschini to see he home from close range. Dragons 7-0

Ben Syrett the Dragons big central defender decided to get amongst it, not known for his dribbling prowess he decided to take on a few opposition players and headed for goal, however his attack was halted early as he stood on the ball, somersaulted backwards high into the air and landed on his head much to the delight of the crowd. The slaughter continued, Dragons pushing forward and came close on several occasions, the Strikers just wanting the game to end. Five minutes to go and the Strikers found themselves in foreign territory, a through ball put one of there wingers into the Dragons box, desperately trying to keep a clean sheet 2 Dragons defenders sandwiched the winger, the referee gave a penalty and the Strikers converted to make it 7-1.

Seconds remaining in the match and the Dragons pushed one last time, a deflected shot saw Adriano Gualtieri pounce on the loose ball and slot it home. Dragons 8-1. Next week the 2nd placed Dragons are at home and will take on league leaders Atherton Eagles in what will be an epic showdown.
3. Douglas Hockey Douglas Shire Hockey 2019-08-20 Seniors Monday Night competition:

Wonga Warriors 1 drew Julatten Allstars 1
GS - WONGA WARRIORS
Nolan McLeod
GS - JULATTEN ALLSTARS
Jeremy Paul Marron

Best player went to Bronwyn Caltabiano for great defence out the back and great ball work.

Mossman Magic 2 defeated Port Lightning 0
GS - MOSSMAN MAGIC
Nikki Innes
Penny Batterham
GS - PORT LIGHTNING

Best player went to Penny Batterham for an excellent all round effort. Top job Penny.

The ladder:
Mossman Magic 24 points
Wonga Warriors 21points
Port Lighting 14 points
Julatten Allstars 4 points


‘Get in the game’ Juniors competition:

Julatten Allstars Juniors 2 defeated Mossman Magic Juniors 1
GS - JULATTEN ALLSTARS
Tim Johnston
Ricanno Durilla
GS - MOSSMAN MAGIC
Breanna Martin

Best player went out to Ricanno Durilla for great ball work skills.

Port Douglas Juniors 4 defeated Miallo Hotshots Juniors 1
GS - PORT LIGHTNING
Lauren Mullane 3
Gwen Lalara
GS - MIALLO HOTSHOTS
Gemma Brooks

Best player went out to Sylisha Lalara for doing a great job in defence.

Daintree Dynamo Juniors 7 defeated Wonga Warriors Juniors 0
GS - DAINTREE DYNAMOS
Xyla Bigby 4
Lochie Nash 2
Hunter Birchall
GS - WONGA WARRIORS

Best player went out to Xyla Bigby for moving well into space.

The ladder:

Miallo Hotshots Juniors 16 points
Daintree Dynamos Juniors 16 points
Port Lightning Juniors 11 points
Wonga Warriors Juniors 10 points
Julatten All Stars Juniors 6 points
Mossman Magic Juniors 1 point
4. Mosman & District Rifle Club Target Shooting 2019-08-17
F Class (scope) Division , 10/11 shot matches

Paul Teichert 52.2 - 61.5 Tot 113.7
John Brentson 53.2 - 61.4 Tot 114.6
Carl Read 55.2 - 63.4 Tot 118.6
Three members shot Double 300 metres on Saturday afternoon at the Mossman and District Rifle Range - warm, cloudy with a slight breeze. Thanks to our regular weekly scorer Ron Schild.

Next Shoot will be Saturday 24/8/19 the range shot will be 500 metres.
The club welcomes any visitors and new members, shooting commences at 1.30 pm.
Everyone welcome.
5. Douglas Hockey Douglas Shire Hockey 2019-08-06 Seniors Monday Night competition:

Wonga Warriors 1 defeated Port Lightning 0
GS - WONGA WARRIORS
Dana Cranswick
GS - PORT LIGHTNING

Best player went to Sean Hawkes for doing everything he could for his team despite getting defeated and just a brilliant game of hockey from Sean.

Mossman Magic 3 defeated Julatten Allstars 0
GS - MOSSMAN MAGIC
Connor Dunn
Nicole Innes
Hiromi Wall
GS - JULATTEN ALLSTARS

Best player went to young Lochie Nash for an awesome game of hockey, this guy has a bright future.

The ladder:
Wonga Warriors 20 points
Mossman Magic 18 points
Port Lighting 14 points
Julatten Allstars 4 points


‘Get in the game’ Juniors competition:

All juniors had a bye this week, so no results.

The ladder:

Miallo Hotshots Juniors 16 points
Daintree Dynamos Juniors 13 points
Wonga Warriors Juniors 10 points
Port Lightning Juniors 8 points
Julatten All Stars Juniors 3 points
Mossman Magic Juniors 1 point
6. Mossman Golf Club Golf 2021-08-06 GOLF RESULTS 05/08/2019

Mossman Golf Club’s Tuesday Stableford Event was won by Stephen Leak with 41 Points, in 2nd was John Cameron with 40 Points and in 3rd on C/B was Jim Geddes with 38 Points.
NTP’s –Matthew Smith on 6 & 8, John Bell on 10, John Cameron on 13, Jim Geddes on 17.

Wednesday’s Nine Hole stableford event was won by Jack Boyd with 21 points.
NTP’s – John Cameron on 6 & 8.

Thursday’s Ladies August Monthly Medal Event was won by Julie Jorgensen with 69 Nett, 2nd on C/B Robyn Couch with 69 Nett and in 3rd Heather Atkins with 71 Nett.
NTP’s – Lisa Smith on 6, Shirley Carney on 8, Pam Sinclair on 10 & 13, Jo Constantine on 17.
Putting Competition wen to Julie Jorgensen.

Friday’s Nine Hole Sporter’s Stableford Event was won by Brendon Wood with 22 points and in 2nd on C/B Doug Baird with 22 points and in 3rd on C/B Russell Hore with 22 points.
NTP’s- Jim McInnes on 10, Wayne Christensen on 13.

Saturday Mossman Golf Club Men’s August Monthly Medal Competition was won by William Allison with 66 Nett, in 2nd Leon Baker with 69 Nett.
Gross winners –
A Grade – Couper Smith
B Grade – Dave Nesbitt
C Grade – Russell Jeffrey
Nett Winners –
A Grade – Leon Baker
B Grade – Stephen Gray
C Grade – William Allison
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 August Monthly Medal competition was won by Robyn Fleming with 75 Nett and in 2nd Shirley Carney with 77 Nett and in 3rd and on c/b Leanne Johnson with 78 Nett.
NTP’s – Rachael Byrne on 6, Robyn Fleming on 10, Shirley Carney on 17.
Ladies Saturday Monthly Medal Putting Competition was won by Shirley Carney with 26 Putts.

Sunday Mossman Golf Club Medley Event was won by Stephen Leak with 36 points and in 2nd on C/B Peter Clark with 36 points.

Mossman Golf Club Junior Clinics are on Tuesday afternoons 5pm-6pm. For all children from 6 – 15 years. Contact the Club on 40981570 or Lisa Smith on 0400668209 for information.

7. Douglas Hockey Douglas Shire Hockey 2019-07-30 Seniors Monday Night competition:

Julatten Allstars 0 drew Wonga Warriors 0

Mossman Magic 4 defeated Port Lightning 2

The ladder:
Wonga Warriors 17 points
Mossman Magic 15 points
Port Lighting 14 points
Julatten Allstars 4 points


‘Get in the game’ Juniors competition:

Daintree Dynamo Juniors 7 defeated Port Lightning Juniors 3
GS - DAINTREE DYNAMOS
Lochie Nash 3
Xyla Bigby 2
Hunter Birchall 2
GS - PORT LIGHTNING
Finn Vikioncorpi 2
Lauren Mullane 1
Best player went to Hunter Birchall for his extremely well defence.

Miallo Hotshots Juniors 3 defeated Mossman Magic Juniors 0
GS - MIALLO HOTSHOTS
Gemma Brooks 1
Angus Vikoncorpi 1
Kai Jez Smith Marron 1
GS - JULATTEN ALLSTARS
Best player went out to Kai Jes Smith Marron for his great ball attacking and working the wing well.

Wonga Warriors Juniors 4 defeat Julatten Allstars Juniors 2
GS - JULATTEN ALLSTARS
Tim Johnston 1
Toby Roy 1
GS - WONGA WARRIORS
Harper Soxsmith 3
Ben Johnston 1
Best player went to Harper Soxsmith for his great running and keeping up with the ball.

The ladder:

Miallo Hotshots Juniors 16 points
Daintree Dynamos Juniors 13 points
Wonga Warriors Juniors 10 points
Port Lightning Juniors 8 points
Julatten All Stars Juniors 3 points
Mossman Magic Juniors 1 point
8. Douglas Hockey Douglas Shire Hockey 2019-07-17 Seniors Monday Night competition:

Julatten Allstars 1 defeated Port Lightning 0
Wonga Warriors 4 defeated Mossman Magic 2

The ladder:
Wonga Warriors 16 points
Port Lighting 14 points
Mossman Magic 12 points
Julatten Allstars 3 points


‘Get in the game’ Juniors competition:

Daintree Dynamo Juniors 3 defeated Mossman Magic Juniors 2
GS - DAINTREE DYNAMOS
Xyla Bigby 2
Kai Wall 1
GS - MOSSMAN MAGIC
Oliver Sayed 1
Laiko Sagiba 1
Best player went to Xyla Bigby for holding her position and non-stop running.

Miallo Hotshots Juniors 4 defeated Julatten Allstars Juniors 2
GS - MIALLO HOTSHOTS
Breanna Martin 2
Angus Vikoncorpi 2
GS - JULATTEN ALLSTARS
Riccano Durilla 2
Best player went out to Breanna Martin for her great ball control and positioning.

Port Douglas Lightning Juniors 2 drew Wonga Warriors Juniors 2
GS - PORT LIGHTNING
Dustin Dobbs 2
GS - WONGA WARRIORS
Harper Soxsmith 1
Huey Amugula 1
Best player went to Huey Amagula for his good passes and great sportsmanship.

The ladder:

Miallo Hotshots Juniors 13 points
Daintree Dynamos Juniors 10 points
Port Lightning Juniors 8 points
Wonga Warriors Juniors 7 points
Julatten All Stars Juniors 3 points
Mossman Magic Juniors 1 point
Another great week of hockey after a week off. Our teams went very well up in the cold tablelands of Atherton last week. Everyone played very well and the whole club is very proud.
9. Douglas Hockey Douglas Shire Hockey 2019-07-02 4a392194-ef1d-4376-89d2-200b15bd1d64.jpeg
There were no senior games this week due to training for the Atherton game this weekend. We are sending a men’s team, a women’s team, a walking hockey team and 2 junior hockey teams up to atherton this Saturday to play against atherton. Goodluck to those who are playing.


‘Get in the game’ juniors hockey competition:

Miallo Hotshots Juniors 2 d Wonga Warriors Juniors 1
GS - MIALLO HOTSHOTS
Noah Birchall 2
GS - WONGA WARRIORS
Harper Soxsmith 1
Best player went to Noah Birchall not only for his goal scoring but also for his all round defence.

Daintree Dynamos Juniors 3 d Julatten Allstars Juniors 1
GS - DAINTREE DYNAMOS
Hunter Birchall 3
GS - JULATTEN ALLSTARS
Tim Johnston 1
Best player went out to Hunter Birchall for his excellent teamwork, well done buddy.

Port Douglas Lightning Juniors 3 drew Mossman Magic Juniors 3
GS - PORT LIGHTNING
Lauren Mullane 1
Jasmine Sayed 1
Dustin Dobbs 1
GS - MOSSMAN ALLSTARS
Oliver Sayed 2
Caitlin Butland 1
Best player went to Miki Wall for his brilliant defence out the back.

The ladder:

Miallo Hotshots Juniors 10 points
Port Lightning Juniors 7 points
Daintree Dynamos Juniors 7 points
Wonga Warriors Juniors 6 points
Julatten All Stars Juniors 3 points
Mossman Magic Juniors 1 point
10. Mossman Golf Club Golf 2019-07-02 club_champions_2019.jpg
GOLF RESULTS 1/07/2019

Mossman Golf Club’s Tuesday Stableford Event was won by Gary Morland with 41 points, in 2nd was Bruce Cheesman with 39 points and in 3rd was Matthew Smith with 38 points.
NTP’s – Gerald Phillips on 6, Peter Clark on 8, Matt Carmody on 10, David Heron on 13, Matthew Smith on 17.

Wednesday’s Nine Hole stableford event was won by Mal Webber with 22 points.
NTP’s – John Cameron on 13.

Thursday’s Ladies Stableford Event was won by Inger Rowe with 43 points, 2nd Bette Wells with 37 points and in 3rd Leonie Phillips with 37 points.
NTP’s – Julie Jorgensen on 8, Michelle Field on 13, Glenda Christensen on 17.

Friday’s Nine Hole Sporters Competition was won by Duane Hoffman with 22 points.
NTP’s – Rudi Van Hardiveld on 6.

Saturday Mossman Golf Club Men’s Stableford Competition was won by Gary Willer with 43 points, in 2nd Keith Gard with 40 points and in 3rd on C/B Norm Lockwood with 40 points.
NTP’s – Chris Gristock on 6, Ash Butcher on 8, Michael Lancaster on 10, Chris Gristock on 13, Couper Smith on 17.

Saturday Mossman Golf Club Ladies Stableford competition was won by Kim Edwards with 33 points and in 2nd on C/B Tricia Batkin with 32 points and in 3rd Fran Macri with 32 points.
NTP’s – Shirley Carney on 6, Julie Jorgensen on 8, Tricia Batkin on 10, Kim Edwards on 13, Julie Hooker on 17.

Mossman Golf Club Sunday Medley Medley Stableford Competition was won by John Cameron with 36 points and in 2nd Couper Smith with 25 points.

Mossman Golf Club held their Club Championships over 2 week ends in June with Wayne Christensen and Kim Edwards being awarded Club Champions for 2019.

Winners for Day 1 of the Championships –
Ladies
Gross Div 1 – Michelle Field
Gross Div 2 – Trish Landy
Nett Div 1 – Jo Constantine
Nett Div 2 – Fran Macri
NTP’s – Julie Jorgensen on 6, Michelle Field on 8, Jo Constantine on 10, Julie Hooker on 13, Kim Edwards on 17,
Men’s
Gross A Grade – Wayne Christensen
Gross B Grade – Charlie Kadic
Gross C Grade – Geoff Parmenter
Nett A Grade – Wayne Christensen
Nett B Grade – Ed Mackie
Nett C Grade – Geoff Parmenter
NTP’s – Charlie Kadic on 6, Wayne Christensen on 8, Luke Dwyer on 10, Geoff Parmenter on 13, Daniel Hober on 17.

Winners for Day 2 or the Championships
Ladies
Gross Div 1 – Shona Barbour
Gross Div 2 – Shirley Carney
Nett Div 1 – Shona Barbour
Nett Div 1 – Shirley Carney
NTP’s – Shirley Carney on 6, Lisa Smith on 8, Bette Wells on 10, Pam Sinclair on 13, Shirley Carney on 17.
Men’s
Gross A Grade – Wayne Christensen
Gross B Grade – John Cameron
Gross C Grade – Russel Hore
Nett A Grade – Leon Baker
Nett B Grade – John Cameron
Nett C Grade – Jack Roberts
NTP’s – Matt Smith on 6, Dan Hober on 8, Doug Baird on 10, Stephen Leak on 13, HOLE IN ONE!!

Winners for Day 3 of the Championships –
Ladies
Gross Div 1 – Michelle Field
Gross Div 2 – Bette Wells
Nett Div 1 – Shona Barbour
Nett Div 2 – Shirley Carney
NTP’s – Michelle Field on 6, Chris Dermott on 8, Julie Jorgensen on 10, Michelle Field on 17.
Men’s
Gross A Grade – Wayne Christensen
Gross B Grade – Charlie Kadic
Gross C Grade – Wayne Baxter
Nett A Grade – David Budge
Nett B Grade – Geoff Goodwin
Nett C Garde – Vince Brischetto
NTP’s – Warren Bishop on 6, Wayne Christensen on 8, Russell Jeffrey on 10, Russell Hore on13.

Winners for Day 4 of the Championships –
Ladies
Gross Div 1 - Julie Jorgensen
Gross Div 2 – Trish Landy
Nett Div 1 – Jo Constantine
Nett Div 2 – Trish Landy
NTP’s – Lisa Smith on 6, Shirley Carney on 8 Pam Sinclair on 13.
Men’s
Gross A Grade – Leon Baker
Gross B Grade – Bill McCarthy
Gross C Grade – Vince Brischetto
Nett A Grade – Leon Baker
Nett B Grade – Bill McCarthy
Nett C Grade – Vince Brischetto
NTP’s – Wayne Christensen on 6, Wayne Baxter on 8, Doug Baird on 10, Drew Weyand on 13, Wayne Christensen on 17.

72 Hole Overall Gross Winner for the Ladies 2019
Division 1 – Kim Edwards
Division 2 – Shirley Carney

72 Hole Overall Nett Winner – Shona Barbour
72 Hole Senior Nett Winner – Shona Barbour

Ladies Club Champion 2019 – Kim Edwards

72 Hole Overall Gross Winners for the Men 2019
A Grade – Wayne Christensen
B Grade – Charlie Kadic
C Grade – Russell Hore
Junior – Couper Smith
Senior Nett – Leon Baker
Super Senior – Charlie Kadic

A Grade Nett – Wayne Christensen
B Grade Nett – John Cameron
C Grade Nett – Vince Brischetto

Men’s Club Champion 2019 – Wayne Christensen

Congratulations Wayne & Kim! Well done to everyone that participated in this years Club Championships
11. Mossman & District Rifle Club 29/6/19 700 metres 2019-06-29 dscf9.jpg
Five members shot Double 700 metres on Saturday afternoon at the Mossman and District Rifle Range
with constant wind conditions and good sighting after the mid morning shower.
Two possibles were shot on the day during the second stage.
Paul Teichert F Class 66.6
R Mischlewski Tr 55.6


F Class (scope) Division , 10/11 shot matches
Norbert Schmidt 57.3-62.4 Tot 119.7
Paul Teichert 59.5-66.6 Tot 12511
John Brentson Retire Ammunition issue's

Target Rifle (peep sight): 10/11 shot matches
Rick Mischlewski 48.5/55.6 Tot 103.11
Neil Attwood 47-50.3 Tot 97.3

Next Shoot will be Saturday 06/7/19 the range shot will be 400metres,
The club welcomes any visitors and new members, shooting commences at 1.15 pm
Everyone welcome.
12. Douglas Hockey Douglas Shire Hockey 2019-06-25 7abe2032-cbc9-4c59-88e7-bdc0ab480aa2_01.jpeg
Seniors Monday night competition:

Mossman Magic 3 defeated Julatten All Stars 1
GS - MOSSMAN MAGIC
Hiromi 3
GS - JULATTEN ALL STARS
Nikki 1
Best player went out to Penny for her tireless work in attack and defence.

Port Lightning 3 defeated Wonga Warriors 0
GS - PORT LIGHTNING
Kath Anitch 3
Best player went out to Kath Anitch for being a goal scoring machine, well done Kath.

The ladder:

Port Lighting 14 points
Wonga Warriors 13 points
Mossman Magic 12 points
Julatten Allstars 0 points





‘Get in the game’ Juniors competition:

Julatten Allstars Juniors 5 defeated Mossman Magic Juniors 2
GS - JULATTEN ALL STARS
Tim Johnston 3
Maddison Vance 2
GS - MOSSMAN MAGIC
Liam Merilees 2
The best player for that game went to Liam Merilees for spreading the ball wide and using his wingers as much as possible.

Daintree Dynamos Juniors 3 defeated Wonga Warriors Juniors 2
GS - DAINTREE DYNAMOS
Hunter Birchall 3
GS - WONGA WARRIORS
Huey Amagula 2
Best player went to Willie Wurrawilya for being involved everywhere throughout the game.

Miallo Hotshots Juniors 3 defeated Port Lighting Juniors
GS - PORT LIGHTNING
Finn Vikionkorpi 1
Gwen Lalara 1
GS - MIALLO HOTSHOTS
Miki Wall 2
Noah Birchall 1
Best player went out to Miki Wall for having good talk through the team and for his passing game.


The ladder:

Miallo Hotshots Juniors 7 points
Wonga Warriors Juniors 6 points
Port Lightning Juniors 6 points
Daintree Dynamos Juniors 4points
Julatten All Stars Juniors 3 points
Mossman Magic Juniors 0 points
Now don’t forget, our juniors aren’t the only ones that are playing hockey on Sundays, the Minis are first up at 8:30 in the morning. They leave nothing in the tank while playing their mini hockey games, they are also improving bit by bit every week. So if you’ve got nothing to do on a Sunday come down to the Mossman Showgrounds to watch the minis and the juniors go at it.
13. Douglas Hockey Douglas Shire Hockey 2019-06-25 7abe2032-cbc9-4c59-88e7-bdc0ab480aa2.jpeg
Seniors Monday night competition:

Mossman Magic 3 defeated Julatten All Stars 1
GS - MOSSMAN MAGIC
Hiromi 3
GS - JULATTEN ALL STARS
Nikki 1
Best player went out to Penny for her tireless work in attack and defence.

Port Lightning 3 defeated Wonga Warriors 0
GS - PORT LIGHTNING
Kath Anitch 3
Best player went out to Kath Anitch for being a goal scoring machine, well done Kath.

The ladder:

Port Lighting 14 points
Wonga Warriors 13 points
Mossman Magic 12 points
Julatten Allstars 0 points





‘Get in the game’ Juniors competition:

Julatten Allstars Juniors 5 defeated Mossman Magic Juniors 2
GS - JULATTEN ALL STARS
Tim Johnston 3
Maddison Vance 2
GS - MOSSMAN MAGIC
Liam Merilees 2
The best player for that game went to Liam Merilees for spreading the ball wide and using his wingers as much as possible.

Daintree Dynamos Juniors 3 defeated Wonga Warriors Juniors 2
GS - DAINTREE DYNAMOS
Hunter Birchall 3
GS - WONGA WARRIORS
Huey Amagula 2
Best player went to Willie Wurrawilya for being involved everywhere throughout the game.

Miallo Hotshots Juniors 3 defeated Port Lighting Juniors
GS - PORT LIGHTNING
Finn Vikionkorpi 1
Gwen Lalara 1
GS - MIALLO HOTSHOTS
Miki Wall 2
Noah Birchall 1
Best player went out to Miki Wall for having good talk through the team and for his passing game.


The ladder:

Miallo Hotshots Juniors 7 points
Wonga Warriors Juniors 6 points
Port Lightning Juniors 6 points
Daintree Dynamos Juniors 4points
Julatten All Stars Juniors 3 points
Mossman Magic Juniors 0 points
Now don’t forget, our juniors aren’t the only ones that are playing hockey on Sundays, the Minis are first up at 8:30 in the morning. They leave nothing in the tank while playing their mini hockey games, they are also improving bit by bit every week. So if you’ve got nothing to do on a Sunday come down to the Mossman Showgrounds to watch the minis and the juniors go at it.
14. Douglas Hockey Douglas Shire Hockey 2019-06-18 Seniors Monday Night competition:

Port Lightning 0 drew Mossman Magic 0

Wonga Warriors 3 defeat Julatten Allstars 0

The ladder: 

Wonga Warriors 13 points
Port Lightning 11 points
Mossman Magic 9 points
Julatten Allstars 0 points



‘Get in the game’ Juniors competition:

Port Lightning Juniors 3 defeated Daintree Dynamo Juniors 1

Wonga Warriors Juniors 4 defeated Julatten Allstars Juniors 2

Miallo Hotshots Juniors 3 defeated Mossman Magic 0

The ladder:

Wonga Warriors Juniors 6 points
Port Douglas Juniors 6 points
Miallo Hotshots Juniors 4 Points
Daintree Dynamo Juniors 1 point
Julatten Allstars Juniors 0 points
Mossman Magic Juniors 0 points
15. Douglas Hockey Douglas Shire Hockey 2019-06-18 Seniors Monday Night competition:

Port Lightning 0 drew Mossman Magic 0

Wonga Warriors 3 defeat Julatten Allstars 0

The ladder: 

Wonga Warriors 13 points
Port Lightning 11 points
Mossman Magic 9 points
Julatten Allstars 0 points



‘Get in the game’ Juniors competition:

Port Lightning Juniors 3 defeated Daintree Dynamo Juniors 1

Wonga Warriors Juniors 4 defeated Julatten Allstars Juniors 2

Miallo Hotshots Juniors 3 defeated Mossman Magic 0

The ladder:

Wonga Warriors Juniors 6 points
Port Douglas Juniors 6 points
Miallo Hotshots Juniors 4 Points
Daintree Dynamo Juniors 1 point
Julatten Allstars Juniors 0 points
Mossman Magic Juniors 0 points
16. Mossman and District Rifle Club report 15/6/19 Double 300 metres img_0045.png
While shooting conditions where good not all results reflected that, except for Norbert Schmidt who only dropped one point over both ranges.
Six members along with a visitor from Cairns Wayne Walsh and Michael Mischlewski having his first attempt at F Class shooting (scope) shot Double 300 metres on Saturday afternoon at the Mossman and District Rifle Range.

F Class (scope) Division , 10/11 shot matches
Norbert Schmidt 59.3-66.4 Tot 125.7
Paul Teichert 51.-64.4 Tot 115.4
John Brentson 54.1-57.3 Tot111.4
Carl Read 53.1-58.2 Tot 111.3
Wayne Walsh 51-61.1 Tot 112.1
Michael Mischlewski One round only 40.1
Target Rifle (peep sight): 10/11 shot matches
Rick Mischlewski 47.2/52 99.2
Neil Attwood 37-50.5 Tot 87.5

There will be no shooting 22/6/19 as Archery Club are holding their Invitational shoot over that weekend
Next Shoot will be Saturday 29/6/19 the range shot will be 700metres,
The club welcomes any visitors and new members, shooting commences at 1.15 pm
Everyone welcome.
17. Douglas Hockey Douglas Shire Hockey 2019-06-11 Seniors Monday Night competition:

Port Lightning 2 defeat Julatten Allstars 1 

Wonga Warriors 5 defeat Mossman Magic 2

The ladder: 

Port Lightning 10 points
Wonga Warriors 10 points
Mossman Magic 8 points
Julatten Allstars 0 points


‘Get in the game’ Juniors competition:

Miallo Hotshots Juniors 3 drew Daintree Dynamo Juniors 3

Port Douglas Lightning Juniors 3 defeated Julatten Allstars Juniors 1

Wonga Warriors Juniors 5 defeated Mossman Magic 1

The ladder:

Wonga Warriors Juniors 3 points
Port Douglas Juniors 3 points
Daintree Dynamo Juniors 1 point
Miallo Hotshots Juniors 1 Point
Julatten Allstars Juniors 0 points
Mossman Magic Juniors 0 points
18. Douglas Hockey Douglas Shire Hockey 2019-06-11 Seniors Monday Night competition:

Port Lightning 2 defeat Julatten Allstars 1 

Wonga Warriors 5 defeat Mossman Magic 2

The ladder: 

Port Lightning 10 points
Wonga Warriors 10 points
Mossman Magic 8 points
Julatten Allstars 0 points


‘Get in the game’ Juniors competition:

Miallo Hotshots Juniors 3 drew Daintree Dynamo Juniors 3

Port Douglas Lightning Juniors 3 defeated Julatten Allstars Juniors 1

Wonga Warriors Juniors 5 defeated Mossman Magic 1

The ladder:

Wonga Warriors Juniors 3 points
Port Douglas Juniors 3 points
Daintree Dynamo Juniors 1 point
Miallo Hotshots Juniors 1 Point
Julatten Allstars Juniors 0 points
Mossman Magic Juniors 0 points
19. Douglas Hockey Douglas Shire Hockey 2019-06-04 Round 4 results:

Seniors Monday Night:

Mossman Magic 3 defeat Julatten Allstars

Wonga Warriors 3 defeat Port Lightning 0


The ladder:

Mossman Magic 8 points
Port Lightning 7 points
Wonga Warriors 7 points
Julatten Allstars 0 points

Our Junior hockey competition, 'Get In The Game', commences this Sunday from 9.30 am at the Mossman showgrounds, Jack Street Mossman.
Junior ages are 8-16 years of age

Teams competing are;
Mossman Magic Juniors
Wonga Warriors Juniors,
Port Douglas Lightning Juniors
Julatten All Stars Juniors
Daintree Dynamos Juniors
Miallo Hotshots Juniors

Come down and signup for Fun, Fast and Furious junior hockey.
The Julatten Allstars are still yet to win a game, are they capable of making a turn around for the top of the ladder? The other teams are all pretty close with just 1 point seperating them. Again, another shoutout to the newbies who are just continually improving in every aspect of their game. Well done guys!
20. Douglas Hockey Douglas Shire Hockey 2019-06-04 Round 4 results:

Seniors Monday Night:

Mossman Magic 3 defeat Julatten Allstars

Wonga Warriors 3 defeat Port Lightning 0


The ladder:

Mossman Magic 8 points
Port Lightning 7 points
Wonga Warriors 7 points
Julatten Allstars 0 points

Our Junior hockey competition, 'Get In The Game', commences this Sunday from 9.30 am at the Mossman showgrounds, Jack Street Mossman.
Junior ages are 8-16 years of age

Teams competing are;
Mossman Magic Juniors
Wonga Warriors Juniors,
Port Douglas Lightning Juniors
Julatten All Stars Juniors
Daintree Dynamos Juniors
Miallo Hotshots Juniors

Come down and signup for Fun, Fast and Furious junior hockey.
The Julatten Allstars are still yet to win a game, are they capable of making a turn around for the top of the ladder? The other teams are all pretty close with just 1 point seperating them. Again, another shoutout to the newbies who are just continually improving in every aspect of their game. Well done guys!
21. Douglas Hockey Douglas Shire Hockey 2019-05-28 Round 3 results:

Seniors Monday Night:

Port Lightning 2 drew Mossman Magic 2

Wonga Warriors 5 defeat Julatten All Stars 2
The Douglas Hockey season is well under way with our 3rd week done and dusted. The Julatten All Stars are still yet to win a game and are sitting at the bottom of the ladder. Port Lightning remain strong sitting up the top. This weeks games saw the newbies shine even brighter, every week they are improving, hit by hit, tackle by tackle and goal by goal. Wonga Warriors are up against the Port Lightning next week while the Mossman Magic go up against the Julatten All Stars. Goodluck teams!
22. Douglas Hockey Douglas Shire Hockey 2019-05-28 Round 3 results:

Seniors Monday Night:

Port Lightning 2 drew Mossman Magic 2

Wonga Warriors 5 defeat Julatten All Stars 2
The Douglas Hockey season is well under way with our 3rd week done and dusted. The Julatten All Stars are still yet to win a game and are sitting at the bottom of the ladder. Port Lightning remain strong sitting up the top. This weeks games saw the newbies shine even brighter, every week they are improving, hit by hit, tackle by tackle and goal by goal. Wonga Warriors are up against the Port Lightning next week while the Mossman Magic go up against the Julatten All Stars. Goodluck teams!
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MOSSMAN GOLF RESULTS 27/5/2019

Mossman Golf Club’s Tuesday 2 Ball Aggregate Stableford Event was won by Lance Davis & Malcolm Phillips with 63 points, in 2nd Peter Constantine & John Cameron with 62 points.
NTP’s – John Cameron on 6, Ranald Edwards on 8, Jon Newham on 10, William Allison on 13, Lance Davis on 17.

Wednesday’s Nine Hole stableford event was won by Stephen Wall with 17 points.
NTP’s – Digby Gotts on 8.

Thursday’s Ladies 2 Ball Aggregate Stableford Event was won Tricia Batkin & Jo Constantine with 60 points, 2nd Shona Barbour & Michelle Field.
NTP’s – Shirley Carney on 6, Shona Barbour on 8, Kim Edwards on 10, Michelle Field on 17.

Mossman Golf Club Friday Sporter’s 9 Hole Stableford Event was won by Geoff Goodwin with 20 points and in 2nd was Matthew Smith with 19 points.
NTP’s- Geoff Goodwin on 10 & 13, Matty Smith on 17.

Saturday Mossman Golf Club Men’s Foursomes 27 Hole Championships Event was won by Wade Duncan & Couper Smith with a Gross Score of 119 off the Stick. Nett winners for the Foursomes 27 Hole Championship Event was Norm Lockwood & john Norris with 104.5 Nett.
NTP’s – Zac Hore on 6, Couper Smith on 8.

Saturday Mossman Golf Club Ladies Foursomes 27 Hole Championships Event was won by Julie Jorgensen & Glenda Christensen with a Gross Score of 142 off the stick. Nett Winners for the Foursomes 27 Hole Championships Event was Priscilla Freeman & Shirley Carney with 115 Nett.
NTP’s – Robyn Fleming on 6, Julie Jorgensen on 8.

Mossman Golf Club Sunday 18 Hole Medley Event was won by Ethan Hoffman with 38 points and in 2nd Doug Baird with 36 points.

Mossman Golf Club Tuesday Junior Clinics are back. 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
24. Douglas Hockey Douglas Shire Hockey 2019-05-21 Round 2 results:

Seniors Monday night:

Port Lightning 3 defeat Julatten All stars 0

Wonga Warriors 2 drew Mossman Magic 2
Another great night of awesome hockey! Congrats to the 5 girls from the Mossman High School who played their very first game of hockey, they played outstanding! Poor Julatten still hasn’t got any points, hang in there guys. Port Lightning are on fire, 2 from 2. They’re the team to beat! Who can knock them off their high horse? Come down and find out.
25. Douglas Hockey Douglas Shire Hockey 2019-05-21 Round 2 results:

Seniors Monday night:

Port Lightning 3 defeat Julatten All stars 0

Wonga Warriors 2 drew Mossman Magic 2
Another great night of awesome hockey! Congrats to the 5 girls from the Mossman High School who played their very first game of hockey, they played outstanding! Poor Julatten still hasn’t got any points, hang in there guys. Port Lightning are on fire, 2 from 2. They’re the team to beat! Who can knock them off their high horse? Come down and find out.
26. Douglas Netball Association Douglas Netball Association 2019-05-14 Round 5 results

Juniors:
The Miallo Allstars defeated the Lightning Strikers, 16 – 11.
Best and fairest was Hayley Fischer who also received players choice along with Genevieve Dowling.

The Panthers defeated the Young Sapphires, 30 – 14.
Best and fairest was Layla Hinz while players choices’ were Emma Brown and Niamh Zillfeisch.

The Dynamite defeated the Strikers, 24 – 20.
Best and fairest was Bayahn Aston-Dilan, who also received players choice along with Tahlia Barnes.

Senior's division one:
Young Guns defeated Crocs 1, 44 – 14.
Impressive defensive skills saw Kate Padovan awarded best and fairest while players choices’ for best on court were Jasmine Kirk and Jemma McEwan.

Cougars defeated Jets 1, 45 – 25.
Best and fairest went to Brianna Higgins while players choices’ were Nichelle Pitt and Ashleigh Blades

Senior's division two:
Jets 2 Defeated the Drifters, 47 – 36.
Best and fairest went to Emma Pollock while players choice went to Poppy Lawrence.

The Young Diamonds defeated Crocs 2, 46 – 32.
Best and fairest went to Hineida Shortland and players choices’ were Claire Deuble and Amelia Walker.
27. Douglas Hockey Douglas Shire Hockey 2019-05-15 Round 1 results:

Seniors Monday night:

Port Douglas 6 defeat Wonga 2

Mossman 3 defeat Julatten 2
A good first hit out for round one. It was good to see ex hockey players coming back into form and new hockey players finding their feet. Hopefully everyone has rested up and isn’t too sore. Keen to see how round 2 turns out next week. Who will stay in the winners circle? Will Julatten and Wonga get their first win?
28. Douglas Netball Association Douglas Netball Association 2019-05-07 Round 4 results:

Senior's division one:
Young Guns defeated Jets 1, 46 – 20.
Great shooting from Jay Heidke saw her awarded players choice along with Kristin Ramsey while best and fairest went to Georgia McCarthy.

Cougars defeated Crocs 1, 46 – 35.
Best and fairest went to Brianna Higgins and players choices’ were Nikkaya Williams and Jasmine Kirk.

Senior’s division two:
Young Diamonds defeated Drifters, 30 – 25.
Best and fairest went to Ruby Woods while players choices’ went to Mikaela Goodwin and Mia Madgwick.

Crocs 2 defeated Jets 2, 44 – 40.
Best and fairest was awarded to Jessie Goetze and players choice was Molly-Jane Bendle.

Juniors:
Panthers defeated the Strikers, 24 – 21.
Ebony Dolphin received players choice along with Candice who also won best and fairest.

Dynamite defeated Young Sapphires, 26 – 23.
Best and fairest was Piper Ottone and players choices’ were Anna Padovan and Bayahn Aston-Dilan.

Lightning Strikers defeated Port Power, 11 – 7.
Best and fairest went to Tahli Finn while players choices’ went to Nicola Lane and Hayley Fischer.
29. Mossman Golf Club Golf 2019-05-07 GOLF RESULTS 7/05/2019

Mossman Golf Club’s Tuesday Stableford Event was won by Rick Herschell with 36 points, in 2nd was Ralf Middel with 34 points and in 3rd on C/B was Bruce Cheesman with 34 points.
NTP’s – Ranald Edwards on 6, Ian Campbell on 8, Tano Caltabiano on 10, David Heron on 13.

Wednesday’s Nine Hole stableford event was won by Digby Gotts with 21 points.
NTP’s – Shona Barbour on 13.

Mossman Golf Club Thursday Ladies Stableford Event was won by Inger Rowe with 31 points and in 2nd on a C/B Jenny Ewen Smith with 31points, 3rd Patricia Landy with 30 points.

Friday’s Nine Hole Mossman Golf Club Sporters Comp was won by Matthew Watson with 20 points and in 2nd Brendon Wood with 19 points.
NTP’s – Brendon Wood on 6, Matthew Watson on 8.

Saturday Mossman Golf Club Men’s May Monthly Medal Competition was won by Casey Dunne with 67 Nett, in 2nd Elijah Boon with 69 Nett and in 3rd Stephen Gray with 70 Nett.
NTP’s – Stephen Gray on 6, Daniel Coulthard on 8, Bret Deuble on 10, Elijah Boon on 13, Rick Weimer on 17.

Saturday Mossman Golf Club Ladies May Monthly Medal competition was won by Shona Barbour with 73 Nett.
NTP’s – Patricia Landy 0n 8, Michelle Field on 13.

Mossman Golf Club Sunday Medley was won by John Cameron with 39 points and in 2nd was David Heron with 34 points.

Mossman Men & Ladies that Travelled to Weipa for the Carpentaria Open had a fantastic time. Ladies nearly having to book another plane to bring all their winnings home!! We would like to thank everyone at the Carpentaria Golf Club for making us feel so Welcomed!! We are looking forward to seeing them all down here for the Mossman Open in July! Mossman ladies would like to say a huge thank you to Geoff Goodwin! Thanks Geoff!

Mossman Golf Club Tuesday Junior Clinics are back. 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.

Next week’s Tuesday & Thursday will be Monthly Medal Stroke Events & Saturday will be a 12pm Shot Gun Start Men’s & Ladies 2 Ball Stableford Aggregate competition.

Happy Golfing.
30. Douglas Netball Association Douglas Netball Association 2019-04-30 59229775_2165097986919697_4711614703221080064_o.jpg
Round three results for the Douglas Netball Association.

Juniors:
Miallo defeated Port 16 – 7.
Best and fairest was Nicola Lane and players’ choice was also Nicola along with Kandice Martinelli.

Panthers defeated the Dynamite 28 – 13.
Best and fairest went to Alannah McNally and players choices’ were Bayahn Aston-Dilan and Niamh Zillfleisch.

The Young Sapphires defeated the Strikers 32 – 9.
Best and fairest went to Brooke Harold and players choices’ were Saskia Booth and Kandice.

Senior division one:
Jets 1 defeated Crocs 1, 43 – 17.
Best and fairest was awarded to Kristin Ramsey and players choices’ were Melissa Mussett and Rylie Jabornik.

Seniors division two:
Crocs 2 defeated the Drifters 42 – 31.
Best and fairest went to Julianne Watkinson and players choices’ were Renae Shapter and Bonnie Rylands.

Young Diamonds defeated Jets 2 32 – 20.
Best and fairest was Ruby Woods who also received players choice along with Bella Mussett.

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GOLF RESULTS 29/04/2019

Mossman Golf Club’s Tuesday Stableford Event was won by Matthew Smith with 43 points, in 2nd was John Ziegler with 41 points and in 3rd was Brad Daly with 37 points.
NTP’s – Rick Herschell on 6, Ranald Edwards on 8, Ed Mackie on 10, Wayne Christensen on 13, John Ziegler on 17.

Wednesday’s Nine Hole stableford event was won by Jack Boyd with 19 points.

Thursday’s ANZAC Day 4 Ball Ambrose Event was won by Ethan Hoffman, Michael Lancaster, Daniel Hober & Sam Parkes with 54.5, 2nd Joe Wild, Casey Dunne, Dale McKay & Vince Brischetto with 55.375 and in 3rd on a C/B John Petherbridge, Wayne Christensen, Daniel Coulthard & Wilson Christensen with 55.375 and in 4th Lance Davis, Ranald Edwards, Lisa Smith and Harrison Davis with 57.375.
NTP’s – Russell Hore on 6 HOLE IN ONE!! Shona Barbour on 6, Daniel Coulthard & Shona Barbour on 8, Michael Lancaster on 10 HOLE IN ONE!!, Russell Hore on 13, David Heron & Glenda Christensen on 17.

Congratulations to Russell Hore and Michael Lancaster on their Hole in Ones its not too often you have 2 in one competition!
Thanks to all competitors it was a fantastic day had by all!!

Friday’s Nine Hole Mossman Golf Club Sporters Comp was won by Sam Brischetto with 19 points.

Saturday Mossman Golf Club Men’s Stableford Competition was won by David Budge with 40 points, in 2nd Malcom McKellar with 38 points and in 3rd Robert Young with 37 points.
NTP’s – Brian Taylor on 6, David Budge on 8 & 10, Malcom McKellar on 13, Peter Constantine on 17.

Saturday Mossman Golf Club Ladies Stableford competition was won by Rachael Byrne with 37 points in 2nd Glenda Christensen with 34 points and Patricia Landy with 30 points.
NTP’s – Rachael Byrne on 13.

Mossman Golf Club Tuesday Junior Clinics will start back this week. 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.

Good Luck to all our Members Ladies & Men travelling up to Weipa this week end for the Carpentaria Golf Club, Weipa Open 2019. Have a fantastic time.

Next weeks Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday Events will be Monthly Medal Stroke competitions. Happy Golfing.
32. Douglas Netball Association Douglas Netball Association 2019-04-23 Round two results for the Douglas netball Association

Juniors:
Lightning Strikers defeated Miallo Allstars, 17 – 8.
Best and fairest was awarded to Jasmin Sayed, while players’ choices for best players of the game were Hayley Fischer and Paige Jenner.

The Dynamite defeated the Strikers, 20 – 15.
Jaymi Burcombe was awarded best and fairest while players’ choices were Imogen and Caitlin O’Neil.

Young Sapphires defeated the Panthers, 21 – 13.
Best and fairest went to Hazel Kitto and players’ choices were Alannah McNally and Andie Heidke.

Seniors Div 1:
Young Guns defeated Crocs 1, 59 – 24.
Best and fairest was Amy Beaumont while Jorja Harvey and Jasmine Kirk received players’ choice.

Jets 1 defeated Cougars, 50 – 25.
Best and fairest went to Nichelle Pitt while players’ choice was awarded to Kristin Ramsey.

Seniors Div 2:
Crocs 2 defeated the Young Diamonds 36 - 23.
Best and fairest went to Claire Deuble and players’ choices were Ella Cairns and Julianne Watkinson.

Jets 2 defeated the Drifters, 38 – 28.
Best and fairest was awarded to Mercedes Ramsey and players’ choices were Taylor Stievano and Brooklyn Hunt.
33. Mossman Golf Club Golf 2019-04-22 GOLF RESULTS 22/04/2019

Mossman Golf Club’s Tuesday Stableford Event was won by Couper Smith with 40 points, in 2nd was David Budge with 39 points and in 3rd was Phil Holloway with 38 points.
NTP’s – Phil Holloway on 6, David Heron on 8, Couper Smith on 10, John Cameron on 17.

Wednesday’s Nine Hole Stableford event was won by Matthew Smith with 26 points.
NTP’s – Matthew Smith on 13.

Thursday’s Ladies Stableford Event was won by Robyn Fleming with 36 points, 2nd Shirley Carney with 35 points and in 3rd Lisa Smith with 34 points.
NTP’s – Kim Edwards on 6, Kerri-Lyn Williams on 8, Pam Sinclair on 10, Treveen Page on 17.

Saturday Mossman Golf Club Men’s Stableford Competition was won by Geoff Goodwin with 40 points, in 2nd Stephen Gray with 39 points and in 3rd Charlie Kadic with 37 points on a C/B.
NTP’s – Stephen Gray on 6, Damien Pitcher on 8, Lance Davis on 10, Warren Bishop on 13, John Petherbridge on 17.

Saturday Mossman Golf Club Ladies Stableford competition was won by Glenda Christensen with 35 points and in 2nd Priscilla Freeman with 32 and in 3rd Patricia Landy with 31 points on a C/B.
NTP’s – Kim Edwards on 6, Shona Barbour on 8 & 13.

Thursday we will be celebrating ANZAC Day with a 4 Ball Ambrose Event, 12pm Shot Gun Start! Golf Shop will open at 11am. Get your teams ready and give the Club a call to book your team and Motor Buggies for the day!

Good Luck to all the School Children from all over the State competing in Brisbane at Keperra Golf Course next week for their chance in making the School State Representative Team for 2019. Our member from Mossman Golf Club – Couper Smith will be competing in the Under 19 age division when he travels down. Good Luck Couper.

Happy Golfing!
34. Mossman Golf Club Golf 2019-04-16 GOLF RESULTS 15/4/2019

Mossman Golf Club’s Tuesday Par Event was won by Rick Weimer with +3 on a C/B and in 2nd to David Budge with +3 and in 3rd Wayne Christensen with + 2.
NTP’s – David Budge on 8, Ian Johnson on 10, Rick Weimer on 17.

Mossman Golf Clubs Wednesday 9 Hole Event was won by Shona Barbour with 20 points.

Mossman Golf Club’s Ladies Thursday April Monthly Medal Competition was won by Glenda Christensen with 72 Nett, in 2nd Kerri-Lyn Williams with 73 Nett and in 3rd Jo Constantine with 74 Nett.
NTP’s – Julie Jorgensen on 8.
April Monthly Medal Putting Competition was won by Glenda Christensen with 28 putts.

Mossman Golf Clubs Friday Nine Hole Sporter’s Competition was won by John Petherbridge with 20 points.

Saturday’s Mossman Golf Club Men’s April Monthly Medal Competition was won by John Petherbridge with 64 Nett.
A Grade Nett Winner – Dave Nesbitt with 70 Nett
B Grade Nett Winner – John Petherbridge with 64 Nett
C Grade Nett Winner – Bruce Cheesman with 69 Nett
A Grade Gross Winner – Casey Dunne with 81 Gross
B Grade Gross Winner – Rick Weimer with 84 Gross
C Grade Gross Winner – Stephen Gray with 90 Gross
NTP’s – Bruce Cheesman on 6, John Petherbridge on 8, John Cameron on 10.

Saturday’s Mossman Golf Club Ladies April Monthly Medal Competition was won by Pam Sinclair with 70 Nett.
NTP’s – Pam Sinclair on 8 & 17.
April Monthly Medal Putting Competition winner was Glenda Christensen with 26 putts.

Mossman Golf Club Sunday Medley Stableford was won by John Cameron with 37 points and in 2nd Peter Clark with 33 points.

Mossman Golf Club Course and Bar will be Closed Good Friday 19th April.
Saturday’s Competition will be a stableford Competition for Men & Ladies and Sunday will be a mixed Stableford Medley.

ANZAC DAY Thursday 25th April will be a 4 Ball Ambrose – 12pm Shot Gun Start.
So, round up your teams and book your Motor Buggies. Ambrose days a filled with fun and
Laughs.

Let’s hope this beautiful weather keeps up!!! HAPPY GOLFING!!
35. Mossman Golf Club Golf 2019-04-01 GOLF RESULTS 1/04/2019

Mossman Golf Club’s Tuesday 4BBB Stableford Event was won by Bernie Boon & Elijah Boon with 41 points, in 2nd on C/B was Ed Mackie & John Cameron with 41 points.
NTP’s – Mal McKellar on 8, Bernie Boon on 10, Ed Mackie on 17.

Wednesday’s Nine Hole stableford event was won by John Cameron with 17 points.

Thursday’s Ladies Stableford Event was won by Julie Hooker with 31 points, 2nd Julie Jorgensen with 29 points.
NTP’s – Kerri-Lynn Williams on 8.

Friday’s Nine Hole Sporters Competition was rained out!

Saturday Mossman Golf Club Men’s Stableford Competition was won by Matthew Coulthard with 37 points, in 2nd Lance Davis with 36 points and in 3rd on C/B Bernie Boon with 36 points.
NTP’s –Dave Nesbitt on 8, Stephen Gray on 10.

Saturday Mossman Golf Club Ladies Stableford Event did not have enough Competitors.

Sunday Mossman Golf Club Medley Stableford Event was won by John Cameron with 36 points and in 2nd David Heron with 34 points.
36. Douglas Netball Association Douglas Netball Association 2017-09-28 The 2019 Douglas Netball Season has officially begun and all teams are off and firing, ready for a cracking season.

Round one in the senior division one competition saw Crocs 1 verse the Cougars in a fast passed game that saw the Cougars steal the match, coming away 46 – 18.

In the second division one game, Jets 1 took on the Young Guns in what was a close match with the Jets right on the Young Guns tails the entire match. However, thanks to extraordinary defence from Kate Padovan and impressive shooting from Jorja Harvey, the Young Guns were able to hold on and take the win 31 – 27. Players choices were awarded to Kristin Ramsey and Kate Padovan, who also received best and fairest.

In the senior division two competition, the Crocs 2 and Jets 2 match was neck and neck with the Crocs finishing just ahead at each break before a late resurgence from the Jets saw them steal the win by one point, final scores 28 – 27.
Players choices were awarded to Molly-Jane Bendle and Brooklyn Hunt, with Brooklyn also nominated for Best and fairest.

In the second division two game, the Drifters took on the Young Diamonds. The game started with a close first half before the Diamonds ran away in the second half to win the game 41 – 22, thanks to impressive shooting by Ella Cairns.
Best and fairest went to Ruby Woods, and players choices were awarded to Ella Cairns and Renae Shapter.

In the Junior’s the Young Sapphires beat the Dynamite 33 – 8. Best and fairest was awarded to Bayahn Aston-Dilan, while players Choices went to Taylah McNally and Jaymi Burcombe.

The Panthers took on the Strikers, coming out on top 29 – 14, while in the Port versus Lightning Strikes game the Lightning took out the win 9 – 3.
37. Mossman Golf Club Golf 2019-03-04 Mossman Golf Club’s Tuesday Stableford Event was won by Bernie Boon with 37 points on a C/B and in 2nd to Ed Sant with 37 points and in 3rd Peter Clark with 36 points.
NTP’s – Jeff Murry on 6, Ralf Middel on 8 & 13, David Heron on 10, Ed Mackie on 17.

Mossman Golf Clubs Wednesday 9 Hole Event was won by Ron Smith with 22 points.
NTP’s – Stewart Cowe on 13.

Mossman Golf Club’s Ladies Thursday Stableford Competition was won by Julie Hooker with 36 points, in 2nd Jo Constantine with 33 points and in 3rd on a C/B was Shona Barbour with 32 points.
NTP’s – Lisa Smith on 6.

Mossman Golf Clubs Friday Nine Hole Sporter’s Competition was won by Dan Coulta with 25 points.

Saturday’s Mossman Golf Club Men’s March Monthly Medal Competition was won by Wayne Baxter with 65 Nett.
A Grade Nett Winner – Ralf Middel with 69 Nett on C/B
R/Up – Daniel Hober with 69 Nett
B Grade Nett Winner – Wayne Baxter with 65 Nett
R/Up – Zac Hore with 67 Nett
NTP’s – Errol Glynn on 6, Doug Baird on 8, Peter Clark on 10, Joe Wild on 13.

Saturday’s Mossman Golf Club Ladies March Monthly Medal Competition was won by Rachael Byrne with 74 Nett and in 2nd Julie Hooker with 76 Nett on C/B to 3rd Lisa Smith with 76 Nett.
NTP’s – Pris Freeman on 6, Julie Hooker on 8 & 10, Lisa Smith on 13.
March Monthly Medal Putting Competition winner was Jo Constantine with 27 putts.
38. Mossman Golf Club Golf 2019-03-04 Mossman Golf Club’s Tuesday Stableford Event was won by Bernie Boon with 37 points on a C/B and in 2nd to Ed Sant with 37 points and in 3rd Peter Clark with 36 points.
NTP’s – Jeff Murry on 6, Ralf Middel on 8 & 13, David Heron on 10, Ed Mackie on 17.

Mossman Golf Clubs Wednesday 9 Hole Event was won by Ron Smith with 22 points.
NTP’s – Stewart Cowe on 13.

Mossman Golf Club’s Ladies Thursday Stableford Competition was won by Julie Hooker with 36 points, in 2nd Jo Constantine with 33 points and in 3rd on a C/B was Shona Barbour with 32 points.
NTP’s – Lisa Smith on 6.

Mossman Golf Clubs Friday Nine Hole Sporter’s Competition was won by Dan Coulta with 25 points.

Saturday’s Mossman Golf Club Men’s March Monthly Medal Competition was won by Wayne Baxter with 65 Nett.
A Grade Nett Winner – Ralf Middel with 69 Nett on C/B
R/Up – Daniel Hober with 69 Nett
B Grade Nett Winner – Wayne Baxter with 65 Nett
R/Up – Zac Hore with 67 Nett
NTP’s – Errol Glynn on 6, Doug Baird on 8, Peter Clark on 10, Joe Wild on 13.

Saturday’s Mossman Golf Club Ladies March Monthly Medal Competition was won by Rachael Byrne with 74 Nett and in 2nd Julie Hooker with 76 Nett on C/B to 3rd Lisa Smith with 76 Nett.
NTP’s – Pris Freeman on 6, Julie Hooker on 8 & 10, Lisa Smith on 13.
March Monthly Medal Putting Competition winner was Jo Constantine with 27 putts.
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GOLF RESULTS 26/02/2019

Mossman Golf Club’s Tuesday 4BBB Event was won by Peter Constantine & Ranald Edwards with 45 points, in 2nd was Leigh Sansom & David Heron with 44 points and in 3rd was Ranald Edwards & Des McPherson with 43 points.
NTP’s – Malcom McKellar on 6, Jeff Murray on 8, Phillip Stace on 10, Smokey Dawson on 13, David Heron 17.

Thursday’s Ladies 4BBB Event was won by Jo Constantine & Pris Freeman with 41 points, 2nd Lisa Smith & Julie Jorgensen with 39 points.
NTP’s – Lisa Smith on 6, Glenda Christensen on 8, Trish Landy on 17.

Friday’s Nine Hole Sporters Competition was won by Scott Karpathy with 20 points.
NTP’s –Couper Smith on 8.

Saturday Mossman Golf Club Men’s Stableford Competition was won by Robert Young with 41 points, in 2nd on a C/B John Petherbridge with 41 points and in 3rd Bill McCarthy with 40 points.
NTP’s – Peter Santarossa on 6, David Budge on 8, Wayne Dowell on 10, Jeff Murray on 13, Warren Bishop on 17.

Saturday Mossman Golf Club Ladies Stableford competition was won by Priscilla Freeman with 39 points and in 2nd Glenda Christensen with 34 and in 3rd on C/B Kim Edwards with 34 points.
NTP’s – Julie Jorgensen on 13.

Mossman Golf Club would like to Congratulate Mossman Junior Golfers that competed in the Peninsula School District Team Trials at Cairns Golf Club. We had Caleb Dwyer, Couper Smith. Harrison Davis, Jack Roberts and Blake Dwyer competing for a spot in the 2019 Under 19 Team. Congratulations to Couper Smith for making the team and congratulations to Caleb Dwyer for making one of the Shadow positions. Well Done Boys!
40. 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
Barry Lea







41. 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.
42. 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.


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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!!

Happy Golfing!!

45. 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.

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