Lakeview Golf Club
Thank you to CBH for their generous sponsorship.
Closing day will be this Sunday September 29, sponsored by Clem Henry. You don’t have to be a golfer, come along for a hit, clubs can be shared. There will be a barbeque following so please bring a salad and sweet to share. Yearly presentations will be following the barbeque.
For more information please call Margie Ward 0408 928 974 or Lee Smith 0427 637 242.
Article by Tamara Bartram and Margie Ward
Dumbleyung Men's Hockey Club
A great evening, Coach Mark Smith presented the following players the below awards:
Fairest & Best - Courtney Bairstow
Runner Up Fairest & Best - Jake Angwin
Highest Goalscorer- Courtney Bairstow
Most Improved - Ethan Henry
Coaches Award - Owen Wigg
Courtney Bairstow also took out Runner Up Fairest and Best for the Upper Great Southern Association - Congratulations Courtney!
President Dale Cronin then presented the Club person award and some thankyous.
Clubperson Award- Ylana Shepherd for her commitment and support of the club.
Thankyous went to sponsors Pete at The GODI, Scott & Hanna at Landmark, Chad at Grain brokers and Great Southern Fuels for their ongoing support and/or contributions to our club.
Thankyous also went to the rest of the committee, coaches and spectators.
Special mentions were made to Carmen Bairstow for her commitment to the club and in particular the juniors, Suzanne Cronin for her ongoing assistance and contribution and Scott Angwin for his achievements in Hockey.
Although the men didn't get through to the Grand Final this year it was a successful season and we are looking forward to 2020!
Article by Ylana Bairstow
Dumbleyung Gymnastics Club
A total of eight boys and eighteen girls represented our club and participated in either Saturday or Sunday events.
Saturday saw the Male Artistic Gymnastics (MAG) Level 1 and 2 boys arrive bright and early for a 7.30 am start. The MAG boys use rings, parallel bars, high bar, mushroom, vault and floor for their routines. The boys did an amazing job and at the presentations for these levels we received three gold, three silver and two bronze medals!
Gold-Miells Astbury, Xavier Nenke, Oliver Filmer
Silver- Philip Adams, Oliver Hall, Cambell Johnston
Bronze- Kael Astbury, Benjamin Adams
At 11am the Level 4 Womens Artistc Gymnastics (WAG) girls joined the floor. The Level 4 girls use floor, vault, uneven bars and beam to perform their routines. Another great event, we received two silvers at that were awarded to Gabrielle Nenke and Eliza Jury.
Next up was the Level 3 WAG girls who also use beam, uneven bars, floor and vault in their routines. Another awesome effort the club received four gold, one silver and one bronze medal.
Gold -Tamika Cross, Camille Smith, Emma Dolan, Madison Steele
Silver- Katie Gray
Bronze - Georgie Filmer
Sunday September 22 rolled around with another early start, this time for the Level 1 WAG girls. The Level 1 girls performed 2 routines per apparatus - uneven bars, vault, beam and floor. Well done to all the girls and to the three gold and one bronze winners.
Gold- Tamzyn Kirby, Paige Nenke, Eve Gray
Bronze - Grace Collins
The Level 2 girls commenced at 11am and also completed two routines per apparatus on the following; uneven bars, vault, beam and floor. A total of four gold and two silver medals were won!
Gold- Lily Hall, Matilda Ditchburn, Lexi Ward, Isobel Doney
Silver- Alexis Jury, Dakota Pelham
Overall the gymnasts had a fantastic time and everyone put in an outstanding performance!
Our coaches have been amazing over the last two terms getting our gymnasts ready for competition. A big thankyou to Amanda Nenke, Helen Kirby, Paul Nenke and Greg Mycock. A special thank you to all parents for bringing their children over to Kukerin (some travelling a fair distance) to join us on the days of practice. Thank you also goes to our executive team, who work hard behind the scenes. Thank you also to our community who continue to support our club!
Article by Kylie Read