Herald - Issue 376

v AVAILABLE ON ALL DEVICES v Page 68 • The HERALD • 1st August 2019 SPORT IN THE HERALD Bramshott Seniors Results Monday 24th June - e summer had nally arrived and they were all hoping it lasts for a while. 34 Bramshott Hill Seniors set o to play a golf game called “Russian Roulette”. is is a team game and there are two players in each team. e two Stableford scores of each team player are multiplied together at each hole and the nal score is the addition of all the holes scored. It therefore needs both players to score to make a high total (3x0 is still a zero score). A er a closely fought competition the results are as follows; 1st Paul Wastell and Mike Webb , next came Kevin Rothwell and Terry Wiseman followed by Henry Porter and Ed Moseley . Tuesday 25th June, was again, a beautiful summer morning for the Bramshott Hill Seniors, away match, at Crane Valley Golf Club near Verwood. A lovely course and a club house with a ne restaurant, which they all enjoyed a er the match. Bramshott Hill got back to winning ways with a victory of 3.5 games to 2.5. A really enjoyable day was had by all. Monday 1st July saw the rst round of the Bramshott Hill Seniors club championship played at Dibden Golf Course. e championship is played over two rounds on consecutive Mondays. e format is a Medal game played from the white tees’, this is the most challenging form of golf, be tting the Championship. e Champion will be named a er the second round (watch this space). On ursday 4th July, Bramshott Hill Seniors hosted a Seniors team from Ryde on the Isle of Wight. A er a very good game in hot summer sunshine, Bramshott Hill retained their winning run by beating Ryde by 4.5 games to 1.5. A good meal and social event followed before the IOW team departed for their ferry back to the Island. A return match will take place on the Island in September. Monday 8th July dawned another beautiful summer’s day and Bramshott Hill Seniors’ were ready to play the nal round of the Seniors’ Championship. 34 players were contesting the title and a er a closely fought contest, Ian Blandford , with a magni cent score over two rounds of 156, was declared the 2019 Bramshott Hill Seniors’ Champion. He was run close by Mark Eve with a score of 163 and Trelford Douglas with 170. Bramshott Hill Seniors Team v IOW Waterside Archery Club Waterside Archery Club are a thriving, friendly club, founded in 1981 and based in the New Forest in the beautiful village of Exbury. ey run beginners’ courses every year for archers of all ages from 8 years upwards. e courses are led by quali ed coaches with the aid of club members and usually take place on Saturday mornings from 9.30am until 12.30pm. Bramshott Seniors Open ings don’t stop in the winter months when the group shoot indoors at Gang Warily Sports Centre two evenings a week, with the Sunday morning sessions continuing all year round, weather permitting. If you would like to give archery a try, why not pop along to Exbury Fete on Saturday 3rd August , where you can ‘Have-a-Go’ and if the bug bites then you can sign up for one of the beginners’ courses. All information is on their website www.watersidearchers.co.uk or contact their club secretary by emailing secretary@watersidearchers.co.uk All necessary equipment is supplied by the club and once you have completed the beginners’ course and joined the club you have access to the club facilities 365 days of the year. Club nights are 3 times a week from 5pm until dusk, and Sunday mornings will always see a good number of archers shooting. On Tuesday 9th July the Bramshott Hill Seniors’ Open was played at Bramshott Hill. For over ten years this event has been organised by Rex Moore. Rex is standing down a er this year and the event will be organised by two other members in future. eir thanks go out to Rex for his magni cent e ort over the years. 73 players from many golf clubs took part. ere were prizes for home players and away players. Many competitions were run within the main event, Nearest the pin on the fourth, beat the pro on the eleventh and nearest the pin in two strokes on the fifteenth. Refreshments were provided on the twel h tee and a running buffet was available in the clubhouse at the end of the course. A ra e was available and £330 was raised for Captain Chris Bennett’s chosen charity “The Waterside Cancer Support Centre”. e home club winner of the Seniors Open was Chris Bennett with a score of 42. e away club winner was Jeremy Page from Osborne Golf Club on the Isle of Wight with a score of 41. Geo Mercer donated and presented the trophies. Chris Bennett and Geoff Mercer Chris Bennett, Jeremy Page and Geoff Mercer Rex Moore and Chris Bennett Fawley RFC Youth teams have enjoyed a successful 2018/19 season and are keen to encourage new players to increase their numbers. Fawley RFC has been around since 1940 and the youth section has increased greatly in recent years from 30 children in 2014 to over 140 young players today from school years R who play tag rugby to start, to school year 10 with full contact. Fawley RFC meets at Gang Warily for training every Sunday morning from 10am until 11.30am from September to April. Older sections also train on a Wednesday evening from 7pm until 8.30pm during the season. All teams enjoy matches at home and are also able to experience tournaments and festivals depending on their age group. e 2019/20 season starts on Sunday 1st September and new players will be warmly welcomed. For further information please contact Paul at paul.patrick@solent. ac.uk. June has seen some great golf from the ladies and everyone is enjoying the weather and playing the course. e month ended with Hilary Bell’s Lady Captains Day, where once again there were some great scores returned. e day culminated with a B-B-Q a er which the ladies retired to the Solent Suit for dessert, co ee and prize giving. eir Captain’s charity this year is Naomi House and Jacksplace and all monies raised from this event and others throughout the year will go to helping families there. 6th June - Anniversary Medal – Round II Division 1: 1st Pam Kelleway , 2nd Lynn Dunkason , 3rd Sue Lewis ; Division 2: 1st Wendy Davies , 2nd Pam Colmer , 3rd Jan Merrett; Division 3: 1st Cathy Davis , 2nd Gloria Gordon, 3rd Sandra Gibson , Ladies 9-Hole Short Course Medal 1st Maureen Parry , 2nd Liz Moore , 3rd Dawn Gurman . 13th June - Centenary Foursomes Stableford 1st L eigh Rogers and Elaine Thomas , 2nd Jackie Howells and Helena Troupe , 3rd Lynn Dunkason and Pam Kellaway . 20th June - Stableford Quali er Division 1 Result: 1st Helena Troup e, 2nd Sheila Rothwell , 3rd Mandy Tennant ; Division 2 Result: 1st Cathy Davis , 2nd Pamela Colmer , 3rd Diane Lockwood ; Division 3 Result: 1st Jane Ramage , 2nd Pat Hedges , 3rd Sandra Gibson . 27th June - Lady Captains Day 1st Caroline Caswell, Jane Physic and Sandra Gibson , 2nd Jo Renyard, Jane Ramage, and Pam Colmer , 3rd Helena Troup, Sue Hallett and Naomi Lowman ; Longest Drive on 12th - Leigh Rogers ; Nearest the Pin on 14th - Carolyn Cook ; Nearest the Pin on 17th - Leigh Rogers ; 11 Hole Competition - 1st Pearl Hansford ; Short Course Competition 1st Pat Greenham , 2nd Jan Richardson ; Nearest the pin on 4th Jan Richardson . Fawley RFC Youth Bramshott Ladies Results LTA Accredited Plus Coach Ola Osuch is running a Tennis Holiday Camp for 7 to 11 year olds at Waterside Tennis Club during the school holidays. ere will be 5 consecutive days of tuition and practice from Monday 19th August until Friday 23rd August from 10am until 1pm. e sessions will be held at Waterside Tennis Club’s centre at 179-181 Long Lane Holbury Southampton SO45 2PA, formerly the Waterside Sports & Social Club. £15 a session or £60 for all ve. Limited spaces available so book early in advance. For any further information or to book, contact Ola Osuch on 07971 262721 or ola.osuch@yahoo.co.uk Tennis Holiday Camp Tuesday 2nd July - Singles Championship Round Two Medal Singles Championship Winner: L Maycey ; 1st R James , 2nd P Dent , 3rd O McCann , 4th E Nkomo , 5th Paul Cox ; N/P 2nd R Cox , N/P 11th P Pallister ; Pro’s Approach 15th M Eve ; 2’s Competition K Maton , R Gooding, B Renyard . Away Day at Moors Valley Tuesday 9th July 1st S Hawkes , 2nd D Lowman , 3rd L Cohen , 4th P Mortimer , 5th R James ; Pro’s Approach 2nd C Viney ; N/P 4th J Slade , N/P 8th P Dent , N/P 12th D Lowman , N/P 16th D Lowman . DIBDEN OPEN GOLF RESULTS LOCAL TENNIS Marchwood Rangers YFC are recruiting at all age groups, players of all abilities, Under 5’s (reception year) up to Under 14’s, are welcome, whether they are new to football or looking for a change of team, boys and girls. Training takes place every ursday with their F.A. certi ed coaches, contact David Pressey by calling 07919 378548 or email: david.pressey5@googlemail.com if you are interested. Players Wanted Hythe & Dibden are holding Junior Coaching Sessions at Noadswood School on a Monday Evenings. Sessions of 8 to 11 year olds are from 6pm until 7.25pm whilst 11 plus are from 7.30pm until 8.50pm. Contact Naomi Addleton 07542 945029. Waterside Tennis Club welcomes new members of any age or ability, members are able to play anytime, although regular club mix-ins are held on a Tuesday (1.30pm until 3.30pm), Friday (1.30pm until 3.30pm) and Sunday (10am until 12noon). Evening sessions are on Mondays and Fridays with the occasional Wednesday - times arranged to suit the players. e Club Coach, Ola Osuch, is available by appointment, with high priority to those under 18. e oodlit courts are located behind the old re nery social club on Long Lane, Holbury, with ample parking. All are welcome, go along and join them. Check them out on Facebook or email: pete.hickson@gmail.com Junior Cricket