Katherine Times Wed 12 Mar 2014
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28 KATHERINE TIMES, WEDNESDAY MARCH 12, 2014 www.katherinetimes.com.au >> sport FOUR Katherine players travelled to Darwin for the first judo tournament of the year. First to compete was young Jackson Hussey-Smith. He had three really tough fights, winning himself a bronze medal. Bianca Schultz was up next with a single fight, winning a gold medal with a hold down. Jasmine Glass had two fights, losing one and winning the other. The fight was won with a hold down and Jasmine received a silver medal. Leroy Schultz fought well with his only fight, and was unlucky not to win, but came home with a silver medal. Well done to the competitors and families that made the trip to Darwin to sup port their club. Katherine Judo Club has some vacan cies in the junior and senior classes. Juniors train on Mondays and Wednesdays from 5.30pm to 7pm. Seniors train Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5.30 to 7.30pm. The Katherine Judo Club is currently fundraising and looking for sponsorship to help get four judogi (players) to the National Championships in Wollongong, Queensland, on the Queens Birthday long weekend. If you are able to assist in any way with sponsorship or enquiries regarding training please contact Kathy Glass on 0447 137 972 for more information. Young judo champs off to first tournament THE annual Call to Arms is about the fight against cancer in men. The Gaelic Football tournament will be held on Saturday, March 15, at the Katherine Sports and Rec Club, starting at 2pm. The event is a highlight of the Katherine sporting and fundraising calendars and is a fun way to support a great cause. It is time mens cancers had more awareness, support and fund ing, Cancer Council NTs Nicola Brien said. We need more teams to join in the crack, she said. Registration forms are available from Paul Mullins at the Sport and Rec Club. Irish food and beverages will be available on the day, along with live entertainment. So come along, take part or support the teams and the fight against mens cancers, Ms Brien said. Call to Arms helps prevent and detect cancers in men, find new treatments, as well as support men in need by funding Cancer Councils important cancer research, prevention and support programs. Cancer football comp needs more support AFTER being denied any golf on the previous weekend due to the weather, a field of sixty hungry golfers contested last Sundays Katherine Hotel Monthly Medal. The course was once again presented to the players in top condition, and the weather conditions were good enough to encourage some good scores. One of the Katherine Golf Clubs best improvers Shaun Coutts took out the A grade medal with a nett 72 from Sam ONeil who had a self confessed mixed round of 74 nett. It was left to the B graders to present the best rounds of golf for the day with winner Paul Smith on fire with his nett 63. Ayden Rickman was not too far away with a nett 68 to take out second place. Matt Wilcox enjoyed the conditions to record a winning nett 69 in C grade, from the ultra consistent Ducks Ross who carded a nett 71 to grab second place. Natina Eggleton won the Ladies Medal with a nett 71 from Jo Jennings who carded a nett 75. Last Sunday was David Proctors last round at Katherine for a while as he and Kylie are shifting to Darwin. All the best in the future, to this keen pair of popular golfers. I understand that the Police Golf Buggy will shortly be patrolling the Palmerston Golf Course. Hope to see you back for our open. Good to see Trent Young back in town and enjoying the course last Sunday. Handicapper alert - Trent was one of Kather ines best A graders before he shifted to Queensland welcome back mate. Next Sunday the club will be running a Shark Shootout. A time sheet has been placed on the notice board. The Katherine Veterans Golf Club staged a Two Man Ambrose competition last Saturday. Played over nine holes the field comprised of Veterans (Toads) and wanna be a Vet when I am old enough (Taddies). Captain rules on the run Kegs presided over the competition, which was won by the Jim Bitossi, Pete Fowler combination. Jim was playing his first round back since returning from work in Darwin, therefore it was fitting for him to celebrate it with a popular win. Next Saturday (10am for 10.30ams start) the Vets will be staging a stableford (back nine) competition, visiting Vets most welcome. Golfers bid their farewell to police golf buggy
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