Sports draws, results and teams

Around the sporting fields

Soccer

Draw

April 14

A Grade 

Field 1 9am RED V Orange ref Luke Palmer 

Field 1 10am BLUE V BLACK ref Levi Woods 

B Grade 

Field 1 9am Green V Orange ref Jacob Griffith 

Field 2 Top 9am GOLD V BLUE ref Jasmine Palmer 

Field 2 Top 9.50am GREY VS RED  ref Alex Pas 

C Grade 

9am Grey V Gold ref Coach 

9.40am BLUE V Gren  ref Victa Woods 

D Grade 

9.30am ORANGE V GOLD

9.30 am BLACK V GReen 

A grade

Red: Levi Woods, Billy Snape, Noah Evans, Lillian Skelly, Lucy Marshall, Beth Murray, Ashley Mc Donald, Mia Anderson. Coach Greg Anderson

Black: Jacob Griffiths, Jacob Hogan, Jordan Drew, Emma Mc Cormack, Emma Ward, Addi Whittington, Brianna Roberts, Joseph Anderson. Coach Steve Ward

Orange: Sam McGregor, Travis Rowles, Alex Pas, Kim Allport, Isla Stephenson, Rhiannon Foster, Tylor Smith. Coach Robert Foster

Blue: Mitchell Lyons, Darcy Selmes, Noah Selmes, Luke Palmer, Maggie Cramp, Fynella Parsons, Jasmine Palmer. Coach Liz Cramp

B grade

Red: Joshua Churchill, William Heffernan, Jack Speer, Billy Speer, Ava Nicholson, Ellie Whittington, Erik Skelly. Coach Matt Skelly

Green: Seth Grove, Kiowa Morning, Poppy Stephenson, Montana Allwright, Will Fraser, Georgina Culley, Charlie McGregor, Noah Berk. Coach Matt Grove

Blue: Florence Dark, Evelyn Dark, Victa Woods, Nathan Rowles, Jeremy Fisher, Yvonne Fisher, Sommer Gann. Coach Michael Dark

Orange: Betsy Williis, George Willis, Jonah Allwright, Vincent Bill, John Wilson, Rhys Haley, Emily Simpson, Thomas Berk. Coach Adrian Willis

Maroon: Makayla Clements, Liam Mc Cormack, Grace Mc Cormack, Sophie Ward, Bryce Foley, Lillie Bryan. Coach Michaela McCormack

Grey: Dylan Greenwood, Saxon Greenwood, Charlie Cramp, Will Gorman, Hanna Calleja, Ruby Butler. Coach Steve Greenwood

C grade

Grey: Charlie Clements, Logan Roberts, Liam Moloney, Marli Selmes, Ada Dunn, Amelia O'Brien. Coach Renae Clements

Blue: Jimmy Hogan, Michael Hogan, Lauren Fraser, Laura Churchill, Sonny Woods, Thomas Haywoo Wipp. Coach Ben Churchill

Green: Braxton Druett, Ava Wilcox-Symons, Noah Edwards, Josie Calleja, Bohdi Lynch. Coach Vacant

Gold: Phebe Murray, Chloe Price, Dustin Carr, Shae L Dumesic, Michael Foster. Coach Vacant

D grade

Gold: Lachlan Nolan, Jackson Reeves, Samuel Saville, Angus Foley, Roland Ceballos. Coach Joint Hunt

Green: Tuler Benn, Zachery Eldridge, Braith Plumb, Lachlan Pearman, Sienna Garn. Coach Vacant

Black: Lennan Osborn, Logan Anderson, Spencer Charnock, Tommy Picker, Imogen Hewitt. Coach Brendan Hewitt

Orange: Case Lucock, Levi Webster, Tommy Dunn, Lucas Frew, Sophie Culley, Riley Obrien. Coach Vacant

Hockey

Crookwell Senior Hockey

Draw Sat April 14 2018

1-15 Gd1 Kialla v Sprinters (Vets, Golf Club)

Control Golf Club

2-40 Gd1 Vets v Golf Club (Kialla, Sprinters)

Control Kialla 

Schooies Bye

Results Sat April 7

Crookwell Senior Hockey began their 2018 season in very hot conditions.

Schooies 2 (Alice Skelly 1, Nathan Robertson 1) def Vets 1 (Dimity Taylor)

Schooies were on the attack from the opening whistle, but Vets scrambling defence held and kept them scoreless until well into the first half. Katie Laing making some great saves.

Schooies first goal coming after Katie saved 3 consecutive shots and Vets defence failed to clear the ball. 

The second half saw Vets start to combine and play better team hockey. Schooies continued to pressure Vets and Nathan Robertson was able to capitalise and score Schooies second goal. This seemed to fire Vets up and after a good pass from Darren Haynes that beat Schooies defence Dimity Taylor was able to score and give Vets their first goal. 

Schooies getting a 2-1 win.

Best Players Alice Skelly, Katie Laing, Dimity Taylor, Anna Kemp

Kialla 3 Mick Hattem 1, Alice Skelly 1, Hunter Chudleigh 1)def Golf Club 2(Kiera Warren

Golf Club started the game strongly and were on the attack early and scored an early goal. Kialla regathered and began to pass the ball around and equalised the score1-1. Both teams combining well and continued to attack each other’s circle area. Kialla going to a 2-1 lead after they broke through Golf Club’s solid defence.  Golf Club quickly hit back with a goal of their own scores locked at 2 all. The game looking like a draw when Kialla put along ball through and were able to score to get a 3-2 victory.

Beat Players Mikayla Smith, Marg Searl, Claudia Picker.

Crookwell Junior Hockey 

Junior Hockey Draw - Round 1

 Saturday 14th April

 A Grade:

10:30am Red v Sky - Umpire Mark McGaw

 11:30am Green v Royal - Umpire Paul Culhane

 B Grade:

 10:30am Red v Sky - Umpire Namphone Hattam

 11:30am Green v Royal - Umpire Jimmy Cunningham.

 Minkey starts 10am.

Golf

Crookwell Golf Club

Monthly Medal - Single Stroke 07/04/2018 66 W Dooley 69 T Johns 70 R Secomb, P McCormack, G Johns 72T McCarthy 73 J Dooley 74 Z Hall 75 D McCarthy, G Armstrong 76 L Skelly, J O'Brien, D Picker 78 S Keough 80 P Reid 82 D Carter 84 T Reid, R Hoare 86 H Rikard-Bell Nearest the pins 4th/13th G Armstrong 4.2m and P McCormack 1.8m 7th/16th W Dooley 1.5m and R Secomb 7m. Drive and Pitch 2nd D Picker. 19 golfers competed for the monthly medal for the month of April which was taken out by Wilf Dooley on a score of nett 66. Runner up was Toby Johns with nett 69. Welcome also to two new playing members in Steve and Sean Ward. We thank Nicholsons Farm Machinery for your sponsorship of the day. This week is a single stableford with the guzzlers mug up for grabs. 

Tennis

Crookwell Tennis Association

Twilight Competition April 5

Correction to Tuesdays notice

Fluffy Tens have made the finals with a 168 to 149 win over Mulligrubs and will now face Hawk Eyes in the semi-finals this week. Other results from the last round of the 17/18 twilight tennis season include Hawk Eyes defeated Volleys 178 to 114, C & C defeated Bushflies 165 to 156, Springers defeated Kialla 172 to 119 and Cheers defeated MSMs 186 to 126. The final points table has Hawk Eyes with 2928, Springers 2689, Volleys 2653, Fluffy Tens 2580, Mulligrubs 2539 and Kialla 2535. In B grade Cheers lead with 2521, C & C 2459, Bushflies 2458, Woolies 2149 and MSMs 2042.

The draw for the semi-finals is:-

Semi-finals April 12

Hawk Eyes V Fluffy Tens C1

Cheers V Woolies C2

Springers V Volleys C3 

C & C V Bushflies C4

Women’s Bowls

April 5

Major Singles were played in perfect weather conditions. Jacqui O’Brien had a win over Colleen Picker with the lead changing throughout the match. Minor singles E Pace got off to a good start, S McIntosh fought back to see E Pace win by a small margin. Thanks to Markers – J Howard, B Lang and umpire J Croker.

Social Bowls: J Boothman, J Croker defeated D Branson M Gardiner.  Spider winner J O’Brien

Tuesday 10 April 2018 – In social bowls L Murray, S McIntosh had a narrow win over M Selmes, W Hewitt.  D Kennedy C Skelly, J Cramp defeated D Kennedy, E Pace, N Anderson.  Tuesday 17 April and Thursday 19 April Social bowls only.

Squash

Crookwell Squash & Fitness Centre

Round 9 Tuesday 10 April 18

Sea Eagles 11 def Broncos 4

Mick Hookham 3 def Ben Zyla 1

Scott Harrison 3 def Stephen Fry 0

Mick Boulton 3 def Adam Gay 0

Michelle Barney 0 lost to Richard Gatty 3

Eels 8 def Dragons 6

Dom McCarthy 3 def Danny Yeadon 2

Graeme Andrews 3 def Kyle Yeadon 1

Vicki Kitchen 0 lost to Tim Batten 3

Tigers 12 def Raiders 4

Ashley Yeadon 3 def Jamie Carr 0

John Crooks 3 def James Hickey 1

Mitchell Foord 1 lost to Kerry Sharpe 3

Ethan Crooks 3 def Kathryn Nagle 0

Rugby League 

Gunning Roos 

George Tooke 

Gunning Roos defeated ADFA 34 - 8

Gunning Rooettes defeated ADFA 48 - 0" "Gunning Roos and Rooettes posted a great start to the seasons coming away with two good wins.

Captain/Coach or the Roos Tom Johnson was pleased with the performance of his team for their first hitout. With a number of new players in the Roos team they were gelling very well as a team.

The Gunning Rooettes Coach Tony Smith was delighted with his girls first game of the season. They also have a number of new faces and will be a team to watch this year in the ladies League Tag with some strong performances on the day."

Crookwell Green Devils Youth League 

April 8

Youth League 14 Yass Magpies 40 

Sunny and hot conditions faced Crookwell VS Yass in the under 19’s Youth League game on Sunday.

Crookwell kicked off to start the two sides that have had great clashes in the past.

The Devils had the downhill advantage in the first half, that was soon noticeable when Billy Cramp made a break and put Rhys Secomb away for a try, which put Crookwell in the lead 4-0. Moments later Rhys, untouched scored close to the sticks after a penalty tap. Crookwell lead   10-0.

Crookwell had the better of the 1st half and looked to hold that score until half time, but some poor defence let Yass in to make the scores 10-6 at halftime.

The wheels fell off in the second half with 4 unanswered tries in a blink of an eye to put Crookwell on the back foot for the rest of the game. This was all from Crookwell’s silly piggy back penalties and soft grab tackles. With a 20% possession rate in the second half Crookwell was no match for this 1st grade Yass side. Final score 40-14.

Billy Cramp and Rhys Secomb were unstoppable in the early stages, Rhys was also named Players Player with what was a great debut for the youngster in the Crookwell colours. Good games from C. Dawson, B.Rudd, J.McDougall, K.Hancock & S.Keel. The Patterson Twins played very well with limited opportunities. Jaden Vlahogianis was injured halfway through the 1st half and was surely missed.

Welcome to coaching Mitch McGeechan, I would not like to be going to the Crookwell Youth League training Tuesday night.   

- By Phil Cramp

Crookwell Green Devils Ladies League Tag 

04/08/2018 She Devils 12 UC Grizzlies 6 "The She Devils took on the UC Grizzlies in there first game of the 2018 season on a very hot Sunday afternoon.

Both teams fielded new look sides from last year and the first half was a deadlock with both teams going through there set plays trying to work out a weakness in each others defence. Crookwell came close to scoring twice in the half but were denied, going to the break nil all.

With the down hill run and 5min into the second half  Danica Lenane for Crookwell  broke through the Grizzlies  line to post first points, the try was converted by Tatum lenane.

Not long after, a well placed kick saw the ball roll into the Grizzlies in goal with Crookwells Jayde Della in hot pursuit. With a beautiful dive Jayde beat the opposition to the ball to slap it down for the She Devils second try of the day. Annika Picker stepped up to add the 2 points, with a great kick from out wide taking the score to 12 nil.

The Grizzlies worked hard to stay in the game and they were rewarded for there effort when some lazy goal line defence from Crookwell  saw them score and convert with 3 min to go, taking the score to 12/6.

The She Devils played smart from the restart, slowing the play the balls down and running the clock down to take the game and the first 2 points of the season. 

Best and Fairest points for Crookwell went to there captain Heidi Chudleigh 1point,  Annika Picker 2 points and there co captain Bec Boothman 3 points. 

Players player went to Laura Fletcher.

- By Paddy Lenane

Rugby League Crookwell Green Devils 

George Tooke April 8

Devils 62 - UC Grizzlies 12 

The Crookwell Tooke Side hosted the UC Grizzlies on Sunday the 8th of April. In what was a Sunday roasting to the start of the season, Crookwell put 9 individual tries on display and one double from the well-known Simon Battle Axe Smith. Crookwell were absolutely brutal in attack and defence and their display on Sunday shows how competitive this team should be in 2018. Crookwell went on to win the game 62-12 

Congratulations to Simon Smith on being awarded players player.

- By Mitch McGeechan

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