Herald - Issue 362

v THE HERALD - AVAILABLE ON LINE - ON ALL DEVICES v Page 68 • The HERALD • 4th October 2018 • All your cycle servicing needs for all makes and models of bikes • Spares, accessories and good honest advice! Open Tuesday-Saturday Blackfield Business Centre, Hampton Lane, Blackfield (next door to Nobles Fishing) Please call 023 8089 0712 to arrange a service! SPORT IN THE HERALD Waterside World Cup The Waterside World Cup was a summer football tournament run by PCSOMark Atrill fromNew Forest East andWaterside Neighbourhood Policing team. This event began on Monday 30th July which was the first of 3 dates for the group stage of the tournament. There was an impressive level of skill and commitment brought to the tournament. The main incentive was that it got the kids motivated and there were prizes for the tournament top goal scorer The final day on Friday 17th August showed some exciting games of football with 1 semi-final going the distance into extra time and finishing 8-7 with a last-minute goal and the second semi-final finishing 3-2 again with a last-minute goal. The final was just as exciting and with an opportunity to play the Police team. The team “Wan Nil” represented Noadswood School came out on top beating “Telly Tubby Army” (AKA Hythe & Dibden YFC) also from Noadswood 7-3 and being crowned Waterside World Cup winners. Wayne Kennealy from Hythe and Waterside Sales and Lettings was on hand along with Chief Inspector Rob Mitchell to present the trophies to both teams along with the prizes of £20 Sports Direct vouchers to each player from the winning team. Next up was the big match of the event, Waterside World Cup Winners Vs Waterside Cops and they were lucky enough to have Chief Inspector Mitchell run out on the pitch This scheme was a great opportunity to engage with local youths over the summer at the same time keeping them occupied. The target audience were 12 to 15-year olds from the Waterside area who attend all 3 of the schools locally Applemore, Noadswood and New Forest Academy. The tournament was held at Applemore College who donated the pitch and ran over 4 weeks. There was overwhelming interest from the schools with initial interest from over 100 kids. The Waterside World Cup was well supported by local businesses such as Hythe and Waterside Sales and lettings, Marchwood Motorways, Dibden Allotment fund, Hythe and Dibden Parish Council and Tesco. All of which showing their generosity and funding the event with Trophies, Sports Equipment, advertisement banners, prizes for the winners and refreshments throughout the event. Also, a big thank you to Applemore College for offering the opportunity to use their state-of-the-art facilities free of charge and to all the sponsors, for their generosity and commitment to the event which would not have been as successful without them. Tuesday 21st August (Waltz) 1st C Peall. P Blackwood. C Ellis , 2nd P Huxley. G Long. A Turnpenny , 3rd J Beadell. Jo Renyard. L Cohen ; NP 4th Peter Mortimer , NP 11th J Beadell ; Pro’s Approach 15th J Poore ; 2’s Competition C Ellis, J Beadell, Peter Mortimer, M Eve ; Highest Stableford Score C Ellis . Thursday 23rd August (South Winchester) AWAY DAY 1st P Bell , 2nd J Beadell , 3rd E Nkomo , 4th S Wilde , 5th C Peall ; NP 6th C Viney , NP 11th P Bell ; Pro’s Approach in 3 18th S Wilde ; 2’s Competition M Eve, C Viney . Tuesday 28th August (Three Little Pigs) 1st E Nkomo , 2nd P Bell , 3rd T Meachin , 4th L Maycey , 5th K Maton ; NP 4th R Ellis , NP 11th Jo Renyard ; Pro’s Approach 15th Peter Mortimer ; 2’s Competition: P Bell, G Long, E Nkomo, R Ellis . Tuesday 4th September (Stableford) 1st C Viney, 2nd R James, 3rd J Beadell , 4th D Lowman , 5th J Crumpler ; NP 2nd P Dent ; Pro’s Approach 7th Paul Mortimer ; Pro’s Approach 15th R James ; 2’s Competition: D McManus, D Lowman, P Bell . Tuesday 11th September (Union Jack) 1st J Crumpler , 2nd L Jones , 3rd P Dent , 4th C Peall , 5th T Meachin ; NP 2nd J Beadell NP 11th M Eve ; Pro’s Approach 15th L Jones . DOGS Results BRAMSHOTT SENIORS RESULTS On Monday 3rd September the seniors competed for both the Gerald Lettice and Brambles Cups at Dibden Golf Centre. The Brambles Cup is contested for players with a handicap of 23 or under which was won by Ian Blandford with a score of 43 points along with John Brooks coming in second with 39 points on c/b and Gerry Reeves also recording 39 points came a creditable 3rd. The Gerald Lettice Cup is contested for players above 23 handicap which was won by our last years captain Keith Cartwright with 39 Brambles Cup Winner: Ian Blandford points. The second placed player Phil Clifford scored a very creditable 37 points with Alan Rogers a close third on 35 points. Inter Club Match - Burley Golf Club Thursday 6th September saw the Bramshott Hill Seniors welcome Burley Golf Club for a return match at Dibden Golf Centre which resulted in a very closely fought match resulting in a 3 all draw. A great day was had by all with the Burley Golf Club Seniors enjoying the competition and our golf course, followed up by a Steak and Ale pie meal and sticky toffee pubbing prepared by the MyTime Active catering staff. Gerald Lettice Cup Winner: Keith Cartwright Southampton Saints Girls Under 15’s who play their Home matches at the QEII Sports Ground in Thornbury Avenue, Blackfield need 2 or 3 additional experienced players to complete their talented squad for the new season taking part in the Hampshire Girls Youth Football League. They have just returned from playing at the FA National Football Centre at St George’s Park. The Parents of girls who are interested and who will be in School Year 10 (or 9) from September should contact Peter on 07901 554990 or at petersfc@sky.com for more information. Girl Footballers Wanted Friendly Cricket Hythe and Dibden Cricket Club hold fun and friendly sessions on Monday evenings at Noadswood School, which they welcome you to join in with. These sessions are held at 6pm for 8 to 11 year olds and 7.30pm for 11 plus years. For further details Please contact Naomi on 07542 945029. Bramshott Hill Ladies Lady Presidents Day 23rd August Again the weather has continued to produce fine golfing conditions and all ladies enjoyed Lady Presidents day followed by lunch and prize giving. The overall Winner with a magnificent 10 points was Jo Renyard and our congratulations go to her. Overall Winner : Jo Renyard Division 1: 1st Julie Weatherdon , 2nd Lynn Dunkason , 3rd Sue Leonard ; Division 2: 1st Mandy Tennant, 2nd Pam Kellaway, 3rd Pat Robinson; Division 3: 1st Trish Reid, 2nd Jane Physic, 3rd Gloria Gordon. Sue Shelley Trophy 30th August This trophy was played as a Medford and again the course and weather contributed to some fantastic Left to right Jo Renyard and Lady President Pearl Hansford scores:- 1st Sue Leonard , 2nd Sheila Rothwell , 3rd Linda Bell Royal Winchester Cup Our congratulations go to Caroline Caswell who came 1st and Jane Graham 3rd in Division 1 at the Royal Winchester Cup played at Royal Winchester. It is one of the oldest cups in Hampshire Ladies Golf. Caroline came 2nd overall. Great to see Bramshott Hill Ladies Section doing so well in such a prestigious event. Jane Graham and Caroline Caswell Marchwood Rangers YFC are recruiting at all age groups for the 2018/19 season, players of all abilities, Under 5’s (reception year) up to Under 14’s, are wel- come, whether they are new to football or looking for a change of team, boys and girls. Training takes place every Thursday with their F.A. certified coaches, contact David Pressey by calling 07919 378548 or email: david.pressey5@googlemail. com if you are interested. Players Wanted

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