Territory Stories

The Tennant Times

Details:

Title

The Tennant Times

Collection

The Tennant times; NewspaperNT

Date

1977-05-13

Location

Tennant Creek

Notes

Not published Dec. 26 1975, Jan. 2 1976, Dec. 24 1976, Dec. 31 1976, Dec. 30 1977, Jan. 6 1978.

Language

English

Subject

Community newspapers -- Northern Territory -- Tennant Creek; Tennant Creek (N.T.) -- Newspapers

Publisher name

the Apex Club of Tennant Creek

Place of publication

Tennant Creek

Now known as

The Tennant and district times

File type

application/pdf

Use

Copyright. Made available by the publisher under licence.

Copyright owner

the Apex Club of Tennant Creek

License

https://www.legislation.gov.au/Series/C1968A00063

Parent handle

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/285661

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/406503

Page content

'lhiw11111L"l111~ delivmJ by '1t-A ANSETI PUBLISHED BYAPEXCLUBOFTENNANTCREEK .~- ~ as a service to the community Apex meets every 2nd Monday ~z--= 6 30 pm at the Boomerang -f SPORT Spectators at Sundays baseball games saw two games of a standard generally below that expected. In the first game, erratic pitching by Kerrin brothers saw 21 walks conceeded including 5 batters hit by pitchers. Both teams scored 3 runners in the first innings which saw a full line up batting. Costly errors by Tigers let Pirates score again in the second and third innings before Tigers answered in the third to make the score 6-4. Six safe hits by Pirates in the fifth brought in 9 runs to give them an easy victory. Pirates 15 Runs 7 Hits 1 Error Tigers 4 Runs 3 Hits 5 Errors Main Safe Hits - R.Williams & P. Vander Helder 2 each Battery - D. Kerrin 9 K2 3 Hits 8 Walks K. Kerrin 3 K 2 7 Hits 13 Walks In the second game, Braves got away to what proved a winning le~d in the first innings when 3 runners scored, mainly on fielding errors. The game tightened and both teams scored 1 run in the third for a final score of 4-1 to Braves. Both teams had six scattered hits and with Landry pitching well, it was only the early fielding lapse which counted heavily against Dodgers. Braves are to be commended on an errorless game in the field. Braves 4 Runs 6 Hits 0 Error Dodgers 1 Run 6 Hits 3 Errors Main Safe Hits - Braves K. Williams 2 - Dodgers T.Bethel 2 Battery - K.Williams 2K2 4 Hits 3 Walks J.Laitenen 4K 2 2 Hits 1 Walk R.Landry 6K 2 6 Hits 0 Walks At the completion of the first round of the competition, the point score is: Pirates 6 Dodgers 1 Braves 4 Tigers 1 TRY CONWAY'S FIRST ... OPPOSITE THE AREA SCHOOL JF @!f ooo Mens body shirts Boys body shirts $ 7 .99 $ 6.99 NEW STOCKS.- Sports shoes.Womens, Boys & Mens Pyjamas AND- The best stock of KNITTING WOOL ever .. ! ... TRY CONWAYS FIRST 10 REPORT---! MENS BOWLING Final Mens Fours Championship, 1977 Joe Gerards, Rex Holcroft, John Hender' son and Ian Butler became the first Club Champions by defeating Murray Henderson Snr. and Jnr., Tom Darlington and Woody Woodroffe 20 shots to 15 shots. This game was close all the way, and Joe's Team trailed 15 - 14 on the 21st end, but finally managed to sneak away at the finish for a well deserved win. Saturday 7.5.77 Trophy winners were Basil Sando, Debbie Henderson and Woody Woodroffe. Sunday B.5.77 - Ladies Day Two very exciting games of Mystery Triples produce9 some very narrow results, but the champs on the day were Keith Wilson and Ethel Parsons. Coming Highlights Semi Finals Mens Singles - Sunday 15th May Gerards Vs Baker and Joswig Vs Winner Collins/ Wortley. LADIES BOWLING Wednesday 4th May Judith Bradley, Annette Yates, Beryl Rains 8 shots defeated Debbie Henderson, Wilma Elmy and Francesca Farkas 7 shots. Millie Sharp, Ethel Parsons, Beth Staunton 7 shots drew with Jan Gerards, Inez Cornish and Ann Gerards 7 shots. BASEBALL DRAW - ROUND 2. SUNDAY 15th MAY: Ist Game (l.15pm) Braves v Pirates 2nd Game Dodgers v Tigers SUNDAY 22nd MAY : Ist Game ( l.15pm) Pirates v Dodgers 2nd Game Tigers v Braves SUNDAY 29th MAY: Ist Game (l.15pm) Dodgers v Braves 2nd Game Tigers v Pirates "StJUP and see the world!" You get a little DHlre the Friendly Way. Yes, TAA has an International Travel Service. More than 100 experts, able to book you anywhere in the world - by any airline, sea line, bus line, yak or elephant. Arrange accommodation, travellers cheques. Book your entirll tour. The works! TAA has contacts right mund the world. For TAA~


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