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50 INNER-WEST WEEKLY, Thursday, November 13, 2008 MB SPORT www.innerwestweekly.com.au Five Dock Park Women's Bowling Club results September 11 Pairs: M. Pedley, B. Paske, def. S. Baumann, J. Thurstan. September 25 Pairs: J. Dobbs, P. Gill, def. M. Pedley, L. English R. Andrewartha, J. Thurstan, def. J. Fitzpatrick, S. Baumann. Pairs Championship semi-final: A.Granland, D. Cassidy, def. L. Rowe, M. McCarthy; J. Weir, M. Watson, def. E. Wheatland, M. Harring. September 30 Pairs Championship final: A.Granland, D. Cassidy, def. J. Weir, M. Watson. Triples social: J. Dobbs, J. Thurstan, M. Harring, def. J. Fitzpatrick, E.Wheatland, P. Gill; M. Pedley, B. Paske, L. English, def. J. Baker, D. Smith, M. Fitzpatrick. October 2 triples social: B. Paske, E. Wheatland, M. Harring, def. S. Baumann, J. Baker, J. Weir J. Fitzpatrick, J. Thurstan, M. McCarthy, def. M. Pedley, L. English, P. Gill. October 4 social triples: G. Behringer, J. Baker, J. Thurstan, def. J. Fitzpatrick, E. Wheatland, L. English; B. Paske, S. Baumann, M. Harring, def. M. Pedley, J. Weir, P. Gill. October 7 pairs social: M. Pedley, J. Thurstan, def. M. Muir, L. English B. Paske, P. Gill, def. J. Fitzpatrick, M. Harring. Triples semi-finals cham- pionship: L. Rowe, A. Granland, D. Cassidy, def. J. Weir, M. Watson, M. McCarthy. October 9 pairs: J. Baker, L. English, def. M. Pedley, J. Weir. Triples: J. Dobbs, B. Paske, J. Allen, def. R. Andrrewartha, S. Baumann, M. Harring Triples championship final: E. Wheatland, J. Thurstan, P. Gill, def. L. Rowe, A. Granland, D. Cassidy. October 16 pairs: R. Andrewartha, L. English, def. B. Paske, J. Thurstan. Triples: M. Pedley, J. Baker, M. Harring, def. J. Dobbs, E. Wheatland, P. Gill; C. Precians, M. Fitzpatrick, J. Allen, def. J. Fitzpatrick, S. Baumann, J. Weir. October 21 triples: M. Pedley, J. Fitzpatrick, M. Watson, def. B. Paske, E. Wheatland, P. Gill. Gilly, the kids and the finer points of cricket Sarah Burt, Jessica McKee, Adam Gilchrist, Isabella Mossin and Nicholas Cullen chat over the stumps. CHILDREN from Concord RSL Junior Cricket Club got the chance to meet a legend when former Australian wicket- keeper Adam Gilchrist gave them a few pointers recently. The club runs a Milo In2 Cricket Program, a modified introductory program, on Fridays from 5-6.30pm each week until Christmas. Last month Cricket NSW in- vited 20 of the Concord kids to meet Gilly at the SCG. ''It was very much up close and personal,'' club secretary Anne Burt said. ''The Concord Milo kids were fortunate enough to have three hours in an intimate setting with the greatest wicketkeeper/batsman of all time. ''The kids stood around the stumps and Gilly gave some great tips on wicketkeeping. ''They were able to bat with him, bowl to him and the kids even gave him a few of their own tips on wicket keeping.'' Concord RSL Junior Cricket Club has 145 junior players in the under-8 to 13 competition. It also has a seniors team consisting mainly of dads of juniors and a Girls' Cric-Hit Program. Briars' winning streak ADAM PALMER BRIARS' first grade cricket team continued their early season good form against Southern Districts last week- end. On a grassy Rothwell Park wicket, Briars openers Andrew Jalalaty (42) and Darren Robertson (21) got off to a flying start with a 72 run stand. After a middle order collapse Briars innings was rescued from some great late order hit- ting from Stephan Hudson which got Briars to 6 dec 196 at tea and setting Southern Dis- tricts a 214 target off 40 overs. Briars bowlers started well taking two quick wickets, but a counter attack from Southern Districts took the score to 2-80. A mid-innings Briars' slump was reversed by Derek Welsh who finished with a superb 5-30, Southern Districts bowled out for 116 and handing Briars the outright win by 86 runs. After securing first innings points in week one and with Southern Districts already 2/6, Briars' second grade were look- ing to go on the attack. Briars' Gerard Price took the days first wicket at 3-22 and Briars spirits were on a high at 4-22, but a valuable 40-run part- nership from R Abellar and J Crisp (71) got Southern Districts back in the game. The rally was short-lived with Briars taking quick wickets and Districts in strife at 7/71. With a lead of 100 at tea and only three wickets remaining Briars were still a chance of outright victory. Unfortunately for Briars some heavy hitting by L Oliver (46) put the result beyond doubt with Southern Districts dismissed for 171, leav- ing Briars an target of 160 off 19 overs and both captains agreed to finish game early. Briars' third grade had a huge win by an innings and 92 runs against Southern Districts. Briars' fourth grade also had a big win by an innings and 40 runs over Southern Districts. Briars fifth grade had a seven- wicket win over Roseville, fin- ishing with 3/140 and Pashang Variana scoring 55 no. Grady's second Handa open FORMER US PGA champion Wayne Grady (pictured) has won the Handa Open -- the Australian Senior Open -- at Concord Golf Club two years in a row. Following a final round 68 last week, Grady walked away with the $54,000 winner's prize in the pres- tigious $300,000 54-hole event, despite a strong challenge from last year's runner-up David Merriman. After two rounds, both were even at the start of the day. Picture: PHIL BLATCH Western Suburbs cricket results WESTS were victorious in all three Power Education Twenty20 matches on Sunday at Sydney University Oval Match 1: Wests 9/153 beat Sydney Uni 7/151. Match 2: Wests 4 /133 beat Gordon 132. Match 3: Wests 6/189 beat Sydney 5/186. Wests, have qualified for the December 14 Quarter Finals of the Twenty20. First grade were beaten by Eastern Suburbs 221-184 on first innings. Second grade are celebrating their first win of the season with 151, and 6/168 beating Easter Sub- urbs outright for 100, and 8/214, dec. Cup draws tennis talent THE nation's top jun- ior tennis players will converge on Concord and North Parramatta this week to compete in the 2008 Medibank Cup. Among the 530 tal- ented junior players is Concord's Simon Ede, who will take the court in the boys under-16s and under-18s on November 21, with fi- nals set to take place on November 25. The under-12 and under-14 divisions will kick-start the tourna- ment this Friday, with finals set to take place on Tuesday, November 18, at Cintra Park. Concord 29A Majors Bay Rd Call 8765 8526 now to change your life Established 2001 You will learn one of the most dynamic martial arts styles from quali ed instructors in a world class facility.
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