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Lismore Sport Honour Roll (Article), Northern Star (Lismore, NSW : 1876 - 1954), Tuesday 23 July 1946 page Article 2015-03-04 18:23 Reasons for t.-ieir selections
Colts. Fast and evasive when at
of strength .1 *> Iris side in defence.
Many times he downed Colts play
ers v.-lien they were launching dan
Wilson, for Waiia-oos, were the
;he award as hest Reserve grade
player, is a member of the un
beaten Nimbin sid- and on 3at
urday created a rec rd for the sea
son by scoring six tries. Weighty;
Sunderland scorea almost on every
for Northern Star B, surprised ex
che team through the elevation of
'de was opposed to the. most danger
ous attackmg side in the compe
quick thinking. His keen anticipa
tion slowed up the Bay attack con
siderably and. he continually turned
because of her £ll-round display hi
Ihe centre half position for Alstcn
Tille. Features of her play were her
coolness in defence, neat and accur
.vhich she fed the ball to her for
- A. E. ROBINSON won the golf
'nest score, but because he recorded
'he best effort in accordance with
'.lis • handicap. It did not pass the
notice of the club handicappers be
cause they have reduced His han
dicap by two. It was easily Robin
son's best effort and he may nov^
Torld.
A. GOLDSMITH and A. P. DUNN
and his partner made a similar re
,the final end when they scored
five to make the card even. The ex
tra end was won by.Dunn, who fin
ched two up.
G. PADDON. a newcomer to Lis
more Rowing Club, showed on Sat
urday that he Is certain to make
'lis mr.rk in the sculling world.
of the' winning crew in heat and
■s an illustrious name in the
of the name was : in action on
Reasons for their selections
Colts. Fast and evasive when at-
of strength to his side in defence.
Many times he downed Colts play-
ers when they were launching dan-
Wilson, for Wallaroos, were the
the award as best Reserve grade
player, is a member of the un-
beaten Nimbin side and on Sat-
urday created a record for the sea-
son by scoring six tries. Weighty,
Sunderland scored almost on every
for Northern Star B, surprised ex-
the team through the elevation of
He was opposed to the most danger-
ous attacking side in the compe-
quick thinking. His keen anticipa-
tion slowed up the Bay attack con-
siderably and he continually turned
because of her all-round display in
the centre half position for Alston-
ville. Features of her play were her
coolness in defence, neat and accur-
which she fed the ball to her for-
A. E. ROBINSON won the golf-
best score, but because he recorded
the best effort in accordance with
his handicap. It did not pass the
notice of the club handicappers be-
cause they have reduced his han-
dicap by two. It was easily Robin-
son's best effort and he may now
world.
A. GOLDSMITH and A. F. DUNN
and his partner made a similar re-
the final end when they scored
five to make the card even. The ex-
tra end was won by Dunn, who fin-
ished two up.
G. PADDON, a newcomer to Lis-
more Rowing Club, showed on Sat-
urday that he is certain to make
his mark in the sculling world.
of the winning crew in heat and
is an illustrious name in the
of the name was in action on
English oarsmen win three finals at Henley Continental Rowers Beaten (Article), Western Mail (Perth, WA : 1885 - 1954), Thursday 25 July 1946 page Article 2015-03-04 18:17 TTHE Swiss eight from Zurich had
. been freely tipped to win the
Sephariades, . of France, and the
of A race for the South Americans
Precious St.sAndrews Baubles
TJNTIL the fourth and last round
incursion1 into the burn at the first
Of the sort. What Sam takes with
shimmer perpetually in the show
never represent. Cme of them is an
appearance, was given to th© club
LONDÓN, July 10.
of thé Open Championship at
Scottish Boy Leaps 6ft 6|in.
rJpIE big week of international
who cleared 6ft. 6fin. in the high
only l-5th of a second outside Jesse
u A SICK man chasing another
ing hands before the start was »
there. to fight. Both men suffered
<. clearly not at his best, was advised
THE Swiss eight from Zurich had
been freely tipped to win the
Sephariades, of France, and the
of a race for the South Americans
Precious St. Andrews Baubles
UNTIL the fourth and last round
incursion into the burn at the first
of the sort. What Sam takes with
shimmer perpetually in the show-
never represent. One of them is an
appearance, was given to the club
LONDON, July 10.
of the Open Championship at
Scottish Boy Leaps 6ft 6 ¾in.
THE big week of international
who cleared 6ft. 6¾in. in the high
only 1-5th of a second outside Jesse
A SICK man chasing another
ing hands before the start was
there to fight. Both men suffered
clearly not at his best, was advised
Sculling CLOSER FINISHES EXPECTED (Article), Northern Star (Lismore, NSW : 1876 - 1954), Saturday 27 July 1946 page Article 2015-03-04 18:10 ! CLOSER FINISHES
The second race in .Lismore
Bowing Chub's point-score series
will be rowed today at 2 p.iri. over
i half, mile course, The handicap
something is known of the rowers?
capabilities. •
with crews drawn , from a . hat
Jay. The value . of experienced
credit of the club's No- 1 cox,
sters in Sandy • Longworth • and
•Jimmy Dev are showing exceo
racing experience, will . be very
•All members desirous of com
peting this afternoon ;are request
ed to. be at the sheds at 2 o'clock
CLOSER FINISHES
The second race in Lismore
Rowing Club's point-score series
will be rowed today at 2 p.m. over
a half mile course, The handicap-
something is known of the rowers
capabilities.
with crews drawn from a hat
day. The value of experienced
credit of the club's No. 1 cox,
sters in Sandy Longworth and
Jimmy Dey are showing excep-
racing experience, will be very
All members desirous of com-
peting this afternoon are request-
ed to be at the sheds at 2 o'clock
Suggested Programme For Henley (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Monday 29 July 1946 page Article 2015-03-04 18:08 For the first postwar Henley-on
Senior eights (Grand ChaUenge Cup), senior
lours (Elswick Challenge Cup), school fours
maiden eights, malden fours, lightweight
For the first postwar Henley-on-
Senior eights (Grand Challenge Cup), senior
fours (Elswick Challenge Cup), school fours
maiden eights, maiden fours, lightweight
OUTSTANDING RECORD IN SWIMMING EVENTS (Article), The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), Wednesday 31 July 1946 page Article 2015-03-04 18:03 FYÍNG with other schools in sporting activities, The Hutchins School has -an
has won the three premierships in the new series. In other ¿ames it has won
"¡[NTER-SCHOOL games have been
remained.undefeated, except for 191f>,
won.-.until 1933. In 1921 Queen's
- None of its swimmers has
' the coveted Diamond Sculls for
; the amateur sculling chauipion
' ship of the world, is an old boy
y of Queen's College, which affili-
Sculls in li>12. For many years
He served in the 1914-18 war.
win thc Diamond Sculls was II.
lt. Pearce i» the 1930's.
ia life saving, which was Introduced
ns a competitive sport in .1919.
four times .in 14 years, in 1920, 1921;
outstanding record in swimming, lt won the Southern premiership 20
CECIL .McVILLT, one of
in cricket thc* school has gained
the State premiership only in. 1936,
Tasmania for years was-a-brilliant
iod 1916-21. ni these years Hutchins
Schools, and has won the premier
sliip 16 times.
fonned in 1932, and has conducted
petition retaiped was rowing.
Mr Len Nettlefold, who has tineen
an outstanding golfer for years,' and
has been .the State amateur cham-
teur title also, and in 192G com-
M. Nicholls, P, Stops, Reginald
che Australian championship for
many yeai\s.
ship he was chosen to row for hhs
VYING with other schools in sporting activities, The Hutchins School has an
has won the three premierships in the new series. In other games it has won
INTER-SCHOOL games have been
remained undefeated, except for 1916,
won, until 1933. In 1921 Queen's
None of its swimmers has
the coveted Diamond Sculls for
the amateur sculling champion-
ship of the world, is an old boy
of Queen's College, which affili-
Sculls in 1912. For many years
He served in the 1914-18 war,
win the Diamond Sculls was H.
R. Pearce in the 1930's.
in life saving, which was Introduced
as a competitive sport in 1919.
four times in 14 years, in 1920, 1921;
outstanding record in swimming. It won the Southern premiership 20
CECIL McVILLY, one of
In cricket the school has gained
the State premiership only in 1936,
Tasmania for years was a brilliant
iod 1916-21. In these years Hutchins
Schools, and has won the premier-
ship 16 times.
formed in 1932, and has conducted
petition retained was rowing.
Mr Len Nettlefold, who has been
an outstanding golfer for years, and
has been the State amateur cham-
teur title also, and in 1926 com-
M. Nicholls, P. Stops, Reginald
the Australian championship for
many years.
ship he was chosen to row for his
MR. B. E. MONCRIEFF. (Article), Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate (NSW : 1876 - 1954) , Friday 2 August 1946 page Article 2015-03-04 17:55 at Fern Bay, of Mr. Bertram Ern
sporting circles. HIe was born at
'Thoroughgood, the well-known cham
Victory, and with Mr. Clarrie In
member of the Stockton Fire Bri
During World War 1., Mr. Mon
in St. Paul's Church of England.
Stockton cemetery. Mr. Mon
at Fern Bay, of Mr. Bertram Ern-
sporting circles. He was born at
Thoroughgood, the well-known cham-
Victory, and with Mr. Clarrie In-
member of the Stockton Fire Bri-
During World War 1., Mr. Mon-
in St. Paul's Church of England,
Stockton cemetery. Mr. Mon-
ALBERT PK. ROWING CLUB (Article), Record (Emerald Hill, Vic. : 1881 - 1954), Saturday 3 August 1946 page Article 2015-03-04 17:53 Monahan (3), A. Locke (stroke), D. Dun- .
Warburton (2), A. Wiltshire (3), R. Bar
for the new season regattas. 'The Herald1'
week, J. Donald being the club repre
Construction of the practice scull is al
semi-practice pair will fee undertaken, and
The Annual Meeting of the South Mel
held on Tuesday, August 6, in the Pres
Monahan (3), A. Locke (stroke), D. Dun-
Warburton (2), A. Wiltshire (3), R. Bar-
for the new season regattas. 'The Herald
week, J. Donald being the club repre-
Construction of the practice scull is al-
semi-practice pair will be undertaken, and
The Annual Meeting of the South Mel-
held on Tuesday, August 6, in the Pres-
Outstanding Athletes On Lismore Fields (Article), Northern Star (Lismore, NSW : 1876 - 1954), Tuesday 6 August 1946 page Article 2015-03-04 17:52 reasons :— I
WARD, whose outstanding oarsman*
Sporting personalities of t he week-end, as named by !
which is possibly tfre hardest of any
be right out of the event, Clement re
CAFLISH, who showed rare de
other riders in an exciting fijiifch
oad race. Caflish's win was not out
both attack and defence. His inter
ception and stickwork thorough!:
forwards. Steves' pus.'i passes tc
that full advantage was taken, oi
selected as the outstanding playei
in the women's fixtures for her al'
round performance in the pivot;
feature of the women's final. She j
reasons :—
WARD, whose outstanding oarsman-
Sporting personalities of the week-end, as named by
which is possibly the hardest of any
be right out of the event, Clement re-
CAFLISH, who showed rare de-
other riders in an exciting finish
road race. Caflish's win was not out
both attack and defence. His inter-
ception and stickwork thoroughly
forwards. Steves' push passes to
that full advantage was taken, of
selected as the outstanding player
in the women's fixtures for her all
round performance in the pivot
feature of the women's final. She
Ballina Plans For Big Carnival Week (Article), Northern Star (Lismore, NSW : 1876 - 1954), Monday 12 August 1946 page Article 2015-03-04 17:49 advanced a further stage by the War Memorial Gen
eral Committee for the Ballina Carnival week at Christ
it apparent the committee will sponsor the most ambiti
the Ballina and district war mem
public, that there will be an un
December 27 : Night, street car
December 29: Day,' surf carnival
December 30 : Night, street car
December 31 : Night, street car
January 1: Day, street proces
sion, cycling races, athletics meet
permission next meeting to alio
actual races were for a water pro
was prepared to nut on a big effort-.
However, the sculling iaces would
period as it was noped to attract
willing to co-operate with the com
said he had contacted Ballina-Lis
ing a carnival but as the club's]
annual meeting had not been held,,
members had been unwilling toi
the staging of a carnival on a par
2LM's sponsorship of a radio pic
Mr. K. Davis suggested a func
ana sports. .
would be prepared to fight at Bal
in this town. He thought Greg Con
The Boxing Committee was -re
•A suggestion was made that Bal
lina would be unable to accommo
Droposed that a central accommo
thtit body.
sections of the new.Liquor Act as
that the memorial committee com
district would be entitled to mem
taken regarding the purchase ol
Mr. G. Young: If you don't se
advanced a further stage by the War Memorial Gen-
eral Committee for the Ballina Carnival week at Christ-
it apparent the committee will sponsor the most ambiti-
the Ballina and district war mem-
public, that there will be an un-
December 27 : Night, street car-
December 29: Day, surf carnival
December 30 : Night, street car-
December 31 : Night, street car-
January 1: Day, street proces-
sion, cycling races, athletics meet-
permission next meeting to allo-
actual races were for a water pro-
was prepared to put on a big effort.
However, the sculling races would
period as it was hoped to attract
willing to co-operate with the com-
said he had contacted Ballina-Lis-
ing a carnival but as the club's
annual meeting had not been held,
members had been unwilling to
the staging of a carnival on a par-
2LM's sponsorship of a radio pic-
Mr. K. Davis suggested a func-
and sports.
would be prepared to fight at Bal-
in this town. He thought Greg Con-
The Boxing Committee was re-
A suggestion was made that Bal-
lina would be unable to accommo-
proposed that a central accommo-
that body.
sections of the new Liquor Act as
that the memorial committee com-
district would be entitled to mem-
taken regarding the purchase of
Mr. G. Young: If you don't se-
FACULTY ROWING WON BY DENTAL (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Monday 12 August 1946 page Article 2015-03-04 17:43 afternoon in the first postwar com
I petition for the John Grice Cup. The
sec). Final: Donald d Begelhole by l',í len.
scr). Second Heat: C. HaytöTi (Banks, A
sec) Final: Ripper d Hay ton. l'/a len.
afternoon in the first postwar com-
petition for the John Grice Cup. The
sec). Final: Donald d Begelhole by 1½ len.
scr). Second Heat: C. Hayton (Banks, 9
sec) Final: Ripper d Hayton. 1½ len.

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