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ANNUAL REPORT 2018-2019

ANNUAL REPORT
2018 / 2019
YUNDERUP SPORT AND RECREATION CLUB INC
2 DELTA DRIVE, SOUTH YUNDERUP WESTERN AUSTRALIA 6208
PHONE 9537 6587
WEBSITE: www.yunderupsportclub.org.au
EMAIL: mail@yunderupsportclub.org.au
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Contents
Office Bearers 2018/2019 3
Committees 2018/2019 3
Membership 4
Sponsorship 5
Community Groups & Involvement 6
Barefoot Bowls
Aussies Vs Poms Australia Day Bowls
Austin Lakes Baptist College
Mahjong
Line Dancing
Pre-Kindy
Dragon Boat
Vale 11
President’s Report 12
Vice-President’s Report 13
Treasurer’s Report 13
Bar Manager’s Report 14
Men’s Bowls Report 14
Ladies Bowls Report 16
Tennis Report 18
Web/IT Communications Report 19
Life Members 22
Volunteers 23
Champions
Men’s Bowls 23
Ladies Bowls 24
Tennis 24
Photo Gallery 25
FINANCIAL REPORTS WERE NOT AVAILABLE AT TIME OF PUBLICATION AND WILL BE
DISTRIBUTED SEPARATELY.
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OFFICE BEARERS
SEASON 2018 2019
President Geoff Hull
Vice-President Russell Hickey
Treasurer Allan Grieves
Secretary Jenny Brunt
Committee Leo Harwood
Sallianne Ford
Sandra Bolton
Susan Moore
Shire of Murray Cr Maree Reid
Patrons Stan Hill
COMMITTEES
SEASON 2018 2019
Men’s Bowls Committee
President
Chris Hofer
Vice President
John O’Neill
Secretary
Harry Browne
Match Captain
Geoff Hull
Selection Chairperson
Harry Browne
Selectors
Graham Bishop
Kevin Cameron
League Delegate
Allan Grieves
Greens/Grounds Chairman
Mick Kirby
Bob Gordon, Dave Anderson
Dan Farley, Todd Sutherland
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Ladies Bowls Committee
President
Marie Hickey
Vice President
Sandie Deves
Secretary
Susan Moore
Treasurer
Barbara Keefe
Match Captain
Annette Farley
Selection Chairperson
Margaret Crane
Selectors
Denise Haynes, Lesley Lambert
Janet Millar, Lisa Gooch
League Delegate
Pauline Sheppard
Tennis Committee
President
Vice-President
Keith Hunt
Niels Larsen
Secretary
Coral Woodhead
Treasurer
Nola Goodall
Captain
Julie Meldrum
Vice Captain
Gail Flatman
Committee
Pat Harwood
Jill Williamson
MEMBERSHIP (as at 31
st
March, 2019)
Please note the withdrawal of Basketball to Mandurah.
Membership Type
As at 31/3/2019
As at 31/3/2018
Tennis Senior
40
36
Tennis Junior
10
0
Bowls Ladies
40
40
Bowls Mens
66
69
Sporting
28
23
Ordinary
274
338
Basketball
0
196
Infrequent Visitors
57
Total
515
702
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OUR GENEROUS SPONSORS
We are very fortunate this year to have Pat Harwood volunteer her services in the
Sponsorship role. Pat has been relentless following up leads and persuading companies to
sponsor our Club. We urge our Members to support these generous sponsors by using their
services where possible and to also please let them know that you are a member of the
Yunderup Sport and Recreation Club, so they may know we are supporting them.
ANDREW HASTIE MP BOWRA & O’DEA
CHICKEN TREAT DEFINE AESTHETICS
ESSENTIAL REFRIDGERATION FIRST NATIONAL REAL ESTATE
GOLDEN GLASS GRANT’S BUILDING MAINTENANCE
HAMILTONS LANDSCAPE SUPPLIES IGA AUSTIN LAKES
(Soils Ain’t Soils)
INTEGRA INSURANCE BROKERS JAMES STREET TRAVEL
KALPUMPS MANDURAH CARAVAN CENTRE
MUFFIN BREAK PINJARRA MURRAY DISTRICTS ELECTRICAL
NANGA BUSH CAMP OUT OF THE BLUE
PEEL EXHAUST & TOWBAR PEEL TYRE SERVICE MANDURAH
PINJARRA POWDERCOATERS PINJARRA TYREPOWER
PEEL BEARINGS TOOLS & FILTERS RAC TRAVEL
RAINE & HORNE RAVENSWOOD PHARMACY
SETTLERS LAKESIDE VILLAGE SIGNCRAFT
SIMPLICITY FUNERALS SPORTSPOWER PINJARRA
STANBEE STOCKFEEDS TAMAN KESARI VILLAS
TANGLED HAIR WWAMD ACCOUNTANTS
YUNDERUP REALTY YUNDERUP CHEM-MART
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COMMUNITY GROUPS & INVOLVEMENT
Barefoot Bowls
Bare foot bowls had a very successful year for the 2018 / 2019 season. Each year is getting more
popular, attracting new players and seeing some old faces around. We did lose a few players, but
only to pennants, so that is a great outcome.
All the volunteers that helped were much appreciated by me. I had Paul Haynes again this year to
help with selecting the teams. Maureen Craig and Deb Hurren were a great help before the game
with the players and raffles.
There were a number of volunteers, Quentin Smart, Brian Peach, Gary Blacklock, Alan Fethers and
Greg Hurren who all pulled together to make sure at least one of them was available to cook up a
wonderful sausage sizzle after each game. And the volunteer bar staff that made themselves
available.
On average there were around 30 to 50 bowlers each night with the best night attracting 60 players.
We had a lot of newer players that did not have teams, and it was great to see them meet new
players each week when we put them into teams.
We had great sponsor this year with again with IGA Austin Lakes supporting us by providing the
sausages for the sausage sizzle after each game and vouchers for prizes.
Along with prizes for the winning team for the night we also rang the bell a couple of times during
the game for the first to hit the jack. This was very popular again this year.
Going forward for next season, I think more promotion before the season starts will help the
competition grow. South Yunderup is growing and forever changing and to attract new players we
have to get it out there with a flyer drop we did the previous year.
Sherry Taylor
A beautiful evening for bowls
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Volunteers manning the BBQ at Barefoot Bowls.
AUSSIE vs POMS Australia Day Bowling Competition
This has become an annual fun bowls event and, being held on the Monday holiday rather
than Australia Day this year, saw a very good attendance with the result in favour of the
Poms. Which means the Aussies remain on one win for the series so far. The emphasis is on
the rivalry between the two countries with sledging being actively encouraged. Because of
the disparity in the numbers for each country, it is sometimes necessary for anyone with any
tenuous links to the U.K., such as having an English spouse or a name associated with a
place or town anywhere in England, Scotland, Ireland or Wales, being invited to play for the
Poms. Of course, what greater honour can there be if you cannot play for your country of
birth to be invited to play for England for the day.
Paul Haynes
Competitors give it their all for their country.
Austin Lakes Baptist College
As a Community Service from the Club, the Austin Cove Baptist College older students have
again utilized our tennis courts and bowling greens during the year.
Graham Bishop volunteers to look after the bowlers and they seem to thoroughly enjoy the
experience. Many of them participated last year and were full of enthusiasm this year.
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The tennis students are supervised by a PE instructor from the school.
Austin Cove Baptist College students
MAHJONG
Our Mahjong Ladies meet every Tuesday morning at 9.00. They enjoy several games before
morning tea, followed by several more games, finishing at 12.00. New players are always
welcomed and those who haven’t played before are mentored by the “old hands”.
LINE DANCING
Our ladies meet every Wednesday at 4.30 for a lot of fun and laughter.
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PRE-KINDY
The Pre-Kindy, which is managed by Bree Oberg, caters for three and four year olds and is
held at the Club every Tuesday during school term. The children are offered a structured
program designed to prepare them for their first year at kindy so they feel confident in the
introduction to schooling. They are presently operating at 75% of their license, so there are
places still available.
KARATE
Karate class for all ages.
Classes are held Tuesday and Wednesday evenings.
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DRAGON BOAT REPORT
The Dragon Boat section continues to enjoy the great Yunderup waterways. The boat is
regularly launched directly opposite the club except when we want to explore other
waterways, including the Murray and sometimes Serpentine Rivers, the Murray and
Yunderup Canals, Austin Cove and Austin Lakes. We have also been in the Peel Estuary
when we are feeling very adventurous.
Our paddlers enjoy the experience and interaction with birds and dolphins, while they
improve fitness, skill, teamwork and camaraderie. The age of participants varies from the
young and not as young. While we have several regular paddlers, and we are always happy
to give guidance to what we call ‘newbies’.
No experience is required, just a willingness to try something new. All newbies and
occasional visitors need to sign into the club with a member, this will insure that all
participants will be covered by the insurance that the club provides.
You will have noticed that one of the boats is now parked in the club carpark. We are keen
to work with the club and the Murray Shire to upgrade the storage facilities for our two
boats and paddles, which we hope to fund in part through donations.
Bruce Tatham continues is our main sweep and Steven Thomas is helping with the boat
launch responsibilities. Thanks to Bruce and Steve for continuing to support the YSC boating
community whilst Dianne and I have not been around, and for making this group inclusive
for everyone.
Our Facebook group and email group are the way that we communicate with each other
about paddling and any social activities coming up. Please just ask the Admin team to
including you in these email updates.
Please enjoy some photos from our paddles around the beautiful Yunderup waterways.
Come along for our next paddle.
Happy paddling.
Ken Gilbert
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VALE
It is with regret that we note the passing of our friends and members during the past year:
ROB ESSERS
LAURIE WILLIAMSON
PETA PILLAGE
GEORGINA PUSHMAN
To the families and friends, and to all members who lost a loved one during the year, we
extend our sincere condolences.
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Presidents Report
Another year has passed by with many great memories being made within our Club. The
community spirit has continued to be as strong as ever and it is a pleasure being a part of
such an amazing place that our Members, their friends, family and neighbours also enjoy
being a part of.
To our Sponsors I would like to extend our thanks. I hope many of you have been able to
spend time at Yunderup Sport & Recreation Club and meet our members. We look forward
to your continued support.
Our wonderful Volunteers have come through again and have given their time to ensure the
smooth running of our Club. We are able to continue moving forward, as a whole, because
of your immense efforts and dedication. Every single volunteer is valued and appreciated
beyond compare. Keep up the outstanding work.
The sporting Members have again enjoyed many highlights, both for teams and individuals.
Thank you for your support and participation. From a lawn bowls perspective it is fantastic
to see a new surface being laid on the Mick Kirby green (A Green). A very big thanks to all
those involved with this mammoth task and I am sure you are all as excited as I am for the
upcoming bowls season. Bring it on. Another exciting upgrade was the refurbishment of the
tennis courts. The new vibrant colours look great and participation has grown which is
fantastic. Thank you to all who were involved in any way with this. A job well done!
To the Administration Team Robyn Tilbury and Allan Greives, thank you for providing our
Club and Members with outstanding service. You are always on hand to assist members and
this is very much appreciated.
Jayde and Bee Cooke and their staff have continued to provide outstanding meal selections
and service. It is great to see so many people enjoying a meal on Friday nights. Our Club
looks forward to your future support.
Pat Harwood took on the role of Sponsorship over the last 12 months and has provided our
Club with amazing results. Thank you Pat we appreciate your hard work.
Thank you everyone for making our Club what it is today, Yunderup Sport & Recreation Club will
continue to move forward and grow, providing our Members and the Community with a place to
meet, participate in a chosen sport or catch up with friends.
Geoff Hull
President
“Don’t ever question the value of Volunteers. Noah’s Ark was built by
Volunteers; the Titanic was built by professionals”
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Vice-President’s Report
As this will be my last report as Vice President of Yunderup Sport and Recreation Club [due
to personal commitments] I would firstly like to thank my fellow Committee members for
their continued support and encouragement over the past year. The club still continues to
grow with membership numbers increasing steadily and Friday nights still proving a great
success with meals prepared by Jayde our chef and his great staff, also the raffles and
“Chase the Ace” are still proving to be as popular as ever.
The refurbishment of the tennis courts has been well patronised with numbers of tennis
players enjoying the new surface and the replacement of “A” green will surely be a
highlight for the bowling fraternity.
I would also like to thank all the many volunteers who contribute countless hours to the
running and upkeep of the club. Without you people we would not have a club.
Also special thanks go to the bar manager[s] and volunteer bar staff for their continued
contribution to the club throughout the year.
Russell Hickey
Treasurer’s Report
This is my 6
th
report for the Club and I am happy to advise that we have made a profit of
$75,172 this year.
The year was a bit up and down as we had 7 months of low or negative returns, however
the other 5 months were very good.
Our membership increased only slightly and we lost the basketball members because they
decided to become their own incorporated body and operate out of Mandurah.
Due to the loss of playing dates due to rain or flooding of the greens during winter and
spring we had lower bar sales than last year. We were helped by an increase in social
members attending on Friday nights.
As you can see from our audited figures the club in on a good financial footing and we have
been able to pay all our debts comfortably.
During the year we added a new employee (Jules Barker) to assist Liz with the overall
running of the bar and to also give Liz a break from the many hours shat she contributes to
the Club.
The loan of $200,000 that the Club took out to help pay for the Club extensions has been
reduced to $97,000 and all repayments have been made on time.
As all members are aware, we are replacing the surface of A Green. The cost of this project
will be shown in next year’s figures.
As for my understanding of the economic climate, things are going to be a bit tight and
therefore I have only forecast a slight increase in our profit next year to approximately
$78,000.
I would like to thank all the bar volunteers for their effort in keeping the tills close to
balanced each day. It can be a bit daunting at times when there are many people wanting a
drink at the same time.
To Robyn, my companion and guide, who tries to keep me out of trouble many times over
the year a huge thank you.
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I will be nominating for the Treasurer’s position again so hopefully I will be successful in
filling the position once again.
Allan Grieves
Bar Manager’s Report
I would like to take this opportunity to thank the dedicated volunteer bar staff who give so
much of their time to keep our members, families & friends enjoying our great club.
A big thank you to Jules Barker who has come on board to make my life a little easier.
Thank you to all the volunteers behind the scenes (that nobody see’s) doing the beer lines
and glass washing etc. Your help & support is appreciated so much.
Once again, thank you all so much as our club would not run to full capacity without your
dedication.
Liz Hull
Men’s Bowls Report
The 2018-19 season proved to be better than last year in that the first side held its own in
the first divisions, we managed to reclaim our Saturday second division spot but
unfortunately, the lower division side struggled. Next year will see us field a First, Second
and Fourth division side in both the Mid Week and Saturday competitions.
Congratulations must go to the Midweek third division side which managed to end up at the
top of the ladder and win a flag for the club. This result was thanks to not only the players in
the finals but also the effort put in by all the second division players throughout the year.
Well done.
Congratulations as well to all the Championship winners and Runners Up in the other club
events and to Allan Grieves who won the League Veterans Championship.
No committee can function without the dedication and support of its members and this one
is no exception.
John O’Neill was a great support to me in his role of Vice President. His knowledge of bowls
and the associated rules proved to be very helpful on numerous occasions. John also filled in
for me when I was called away for family matters for which I am very grateful.
Harry Browne did a sterling job as secretary, I am sure he started printing up the minutes on
his way home from the committee meeting as I always had them first thing the next
morning. His years of experience proved to be very helpful when I needed advice on
pending matters.
Geoff Hull, Match Captain with the help of Alan Buckingham and Russell Hickey on the
match committee were once again outstanding in their organisation of all the club
championship events. Being on the committee makes you aware just how much behind the
scenes work is required to run the year’s events and I think that we all would agree that
they handled that task extremely well.
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To the selectors, Harry Browne, Kevin Cameron and Graham Bishop I would have to say well
done. Even though we did not do so well with the lower divisions I think most would have to
agree that although there were a few mumblings of disapproval there were very few official
complaints. A share of the praise for the Third Division flag can also be accredited to your
selection process.
Acknowledgement as well must go to our Club Coach Graham Bishop who did a tireless job
with new bowlers and those requiring his assistance as well as with the school children
sessions. A number of the new bowlers have expressed interest in pennant play next
season.
As for the greens, Mick Kirby and the Greens Committee as usual did a great job with the
maintenance of the greens and surrounds. A lot of work and early starts go into making sure
that the greens are the best that they can be for competition and their efforts are, I am
sure, appreciated by all. I was also pleased to see the gesture shown by the club in the
mounting of a plaque to acknowledge the efforts of Don Curtis in the maintenance of the
gardens and surrounds over the past years.
To Allan Grieves, Men’s League Delegate thanks Allan for your ongoing support and taking
care of the club’s interests at the League meetings. Allan was also responsible for handling
the input into Bowls Connect for the League which is no mean feat but is a sign of his
devotion to the game of bowls.
There are also many others who help out during the year. Lance Woodhead and Brian Peach
for Friday Scroungers, Paul Haynes for Tuesday bowls, Ted Stokes for Winter Pairs and
Sherry Taylor for Wednesday Community Bowls. Mavis O’Connor religiously turns up to run
the aggregate scoreboard every Saturday and provide a constant supply of sweets to the
players. The ladies who do a fantastic job with afternoon tea for Saturday Pennants and
other functions when required. Without volunteers no club can function and to this end I
would like to offer my thanks to these people and any who I may have missed for your
ongoing help over the past year.
To Liz Hull, Jules Barker and all the voluntary helpers behind the bar, thank you for providing
great service and striving to make the Club the welcoming place that it is.
Last but not least the one person behind the scenes that most forget. Robyn Tilbury in the
office. Thank you Robyn for all your support and assistance over the past year. Whenever I
have asked for your help I have been met with a smile and willingness to assist. Your efforts
have not gone unnoticed.
In finishing can I say that it has been an honour to serve as your Men’s Bowls President for
the past year and thank you all for your support.
Chris Hofer.
President.
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Yunderup Division 3 Men’s Midweek Pennant Champions
Ladies Bowls Report
It is with mixed emotions I step down as the Ladies President of the Bowls Division and as
the 2018/19 Chairperson of our Unified committee. As I reflect back over the last three
years there are many memorable moments and I will just highlight a few. The change to
new uniforms, Top division consolidating its spot for the third year in a row, our Ladies fours
winning the League and Zone in 2017-18 and the move to a formal dinner to celebrate our
club Champions (Trophy Night).
To our: Unified Committee: Personally, I feel we have lost our way this year, hopefully
going forward this committee will work together more effectively as I see this is the way of
the future, men’s and ladies bowls divisions working together.
To our Selectors: “Well done.” Top Division finished third “WOW” and for most of the year
they held second spot. One of our Third divisions played off in the finals and fourth division
struggled all year with numbers and relied on the men to fill in. Selection is not an easy task
but you ladies hung in there week after week and the overall outcome was a tribute to your
hard work. On behalf of selection and all the ladies I would also like to say thank you to the
men who filled in when we were short. We could not have done it without you.
Chair of Selection: At the end of our season we said goodbye to our Chair of Selection
Margaret Crane. Margaret your contribution as a player, selector and member of our Ladies
Executive over the last seven years will be greatly missed, we all wish you the very best for
the future.
Match Committee: Although our events were down in numbers each of our days was still a
success. Thank you Annette Farley, for all your hard work and the long hours you and your
team have put in. Also a special thank you to our Sponsors - we could not hold these
events without you. And to all the ladies who sold raffle tickets, cooked, waited on tables,
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worked the bar, laid the tables and volunteered your time to make our days a success.
Thank you
Championship Events: Congratulations to all our championship winners, and all those who
participated.
Coaching: To Graham Bishop, thank you for being there every Monday to assist new
bowlers and our ladies when needed. Also the Coaching Clinics conducted by Graham and
Steve Blake were a great success and I hope they continue next year.
Greens Committee: Thank you to Mick Kirby and his team who worked tirelessly to ensure
our greens and surroundings looked a picture.
League Delegate Thank you to Pauline Sheppard for being our voice at a League level.
To My Executive Thanks, so much for all your support over the last three years. It has been
a pleasure to work alongside you all. Last but not least a big thank you to Robyn Tilbury for
all her admin support. I wish our club and the new 2019/20 Ladies and the Men’s Bowls
divisions the very best in going forward.
Take care, stay safe and enjoy the break.
Marie Hickey
President
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Tennis Report
Overall the Tennis Club has experienced a good year, maintaining a strong membership and
on-going success as a Club. It has been a relatively busy year, with several events
contributing to the progress of the Club.
Our biggest improvement, after much discussion and thought, resulted in having the playing
surface of all four courts refurbished towards the end of 2018. Once the wetter months
passed, the contract to repair and resurface the courts was carried out by Centrecourt
Renovators. The result was a far better playing surface, improving the safety and extending
the life of the courts. Many thanks to Geoff Hull for his untiring efforts in bringing this
project to fruition.
A first for the Club was the appointment of renowned tennis player Lesley Hunt, as exclusive
Coach, commencing 1st January 2019. We are very fortunate to obtain Lesley as a coach,
bringing her experience as a past world class player, to benefit our upcoming juniors and our
general membership.
The Club ended 2018 on a very sad occasion, with the unexpected sudden passing of our
esteemed member, Laurie Williamson. Laurie was a tribute to our small Club, unselfishly
giving of his time and know-how, always at hand to help out, forever with a smile on his
face. Laurie has been recognised with a Memorial dedication of Court 1 in his honour, for his
service to both the Tennis Club and the main YRSC. RIP Laurie.
The end of March 2019 saw the successful outcome of our fundraising Quiz Night, thanks to
all who participated and contributed towards bringing this event together. Special thanks to
Lance Woodhead for all the hours he spent in compiling the questions, not an easy task, but
very well done. Apart from the proceeds of the Quiz Night, the Tennis Club was able to
contribute a further $500 from the sale of used tennis balls. This was presented to the YSRC
as an individual donation from our Club, towards the cost of the court refurbishment.
Throughout the past twelve months, we have gained around seven new members, which
has seen the Club maintain a healthy Membership. This has been a promising sign that we
have progressed as a Club, bringing new life and friendship to our group, and the YSRC in
general. Given that our group consists of many senior players ..... the "Grey Brigade",
numbers tend to dwindle during the annual "migration" north. However, in recent times,
with the influx of some new faces, we have frequently seen at least three courts in action. A
few weeks back we had all four courts occupied, with eight more players in the wings. We
continue to play regular Club Tennis on Tuesday and Thursday mornings, with Community
Social Tennis held every Sunday morning. Social Tennis enables the general public to come
along for a friendly game or two with our Club Members, at no cost, before making a
decision whether to join as regular Tennis Club and YSRC Members, or not.
So, in wrapping up, it can be said that overall our Tennis Club has had a busy and successful
year.... near new courts, improvements to our Club House, the appointment of our Coach,
our Quiz Night, and several new members. My thanks to one and all, especially our
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Committee and fellow Office Bearers who have all helped to make it all happen. Though I
have been unable to attend for many months as a player throughout the latter half of the
year, I have enjoyed being President of the Tennis Club, and I wish all incoming Office
Bearers another successful year 2019 / 2020.
Keith Hunt
OPENING OF THE NEWLY REFURBISHED TENNIS COURTS AND DEDICATION TO LAURIE WILLIAMSON
IT REPORT 2019
Thank you to those who are embracing technology as this is the only way we can save the
club money and be more productive, communicate and share information with each other.
The Annual Report is now online with a few hard copies printed in the office this will save
the club approx. $1000 a year.
Videos, links and other information can also be inserted in the report to be viewed.
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Would you like to learn about computers, web sites, Facebook, the internet etc.
I am looking for someone who is willing to help and training is available.
I have found it a very rewarding experience and hope to pass my knowledge on.
WI-FI I have changed the free wi-fi over to Telstra Air which is easier to login to
in the club or as a hotspot for a more secure wi-fi . If you have your own Telstra account at
home you can use this anywhere in the world and login to your home account and use this
to save money.
Please feel free to use the club free Wi-Fi anytime.
FACEBOOK
WEBSITE
Keep up to date with what is happening at the
club
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CYBERCRIME
My top priority is the club information.
A number of systems have been put in place to protect this information.
Microsoft Office 365
This is the most secure way of protecting our information as it is managed and kept up to
date by Microsoft.
Virus and device protection
Every PC in the club has this installed and monitored by an outside IT company.
Internet and Wi-Fi
Internet and hardware has been supplied by Telstra and this is kept up to date and
monitored.
Leo Harwood
leo@yunderupsportclub.org.au
Life Members
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D. MURRAY
R CHAPMAN
D WRIGHT
G COLLINS
W RUSSELL
C ROGERS
J McCLELLAND
J CRANE
F BLUNDY
M CRANE
P WOOLLARD
G McCLELLAND
J BOSTOCK
M KIRBY
M O’CONNOR
M BOSTOCK
R MOFFAT
D CURTIS
J YOUNG
B LYDIATE
J O’NEILL
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VOLUNTEERS
The Club was very happy to place a plaque in our garden to honour Don Curtis and his
tireless volunteer efforts to maintain our gardens. Thank you Don, and a heartfelt
to each and every one of our volunteers, without whom our Club could not function.
CHAMPIONS 2018-2019
MENS BOWLING DIVISION
SINGLES CHAMPIONSHIP
WINNER: Steve Blake
PAIRS CHAMPIONSHIP
WINNERS: Adam Danes Steve Blake
TRIPLES CHAMPIONSHIP
WINNERS: Paul Haynes Mick Kirby Rod Forster
FOURS CHAMPIONSHIPS
WINNERS: Adam Danes Stan Hill Leo Harwood Graham Bishop
VETERANS CHAMPIONSHIP
WINNER: Paul Haynes
NOVICE CHAMPIONSHIPS
WINNER: Peter Welch
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LADIES BOWLING DIVISION

SINGLES CHAMPIONSHIP
WINNER:    Denise Haynes

PAIRS CHAMPIONSHIP
WINNERS:    Denise Haynes    Barbara Keefe

TRIPLES CHAMPIONSHIP
WINNERS:    Moyra Martin   Jean Young    Sally Pound

FOURS CHAMPIONSHIPS
WINNERS:  Mavis O’Connor Denise Haynes Janet Millar Annette Farley

TWO BOWL SINGLES
WINNER:    Margaret Bostock  

100 UP
WINNER:    Janet Millar    

NOVICE CHAMPIONSHIP
WINNER: Vicki Laycock 

VETERANS CHAMPIONSHIP
WINNER:    Denise Haynes

MIXED PAIRS CHAMPIONSHIP
WINNERS:    Paul Haynes    Denise Haynes  

MIXED FOURS CHAMPIONSHIP
WINNERS:  Kevin Cameron Bill Williamson  Doris Williamson  Annette Farley 


TENNIS DIVISION

BEST CLUB PERSON:      Julie Meldrum

MOST IMPROVED:      Saro Batson

MOST CONSISTENT LADY:    Julie Meldrum
 
MOST CONSISTENT MAN:    John Dehring

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PHOTO GALLERY
Bowls Trophy Night
Bowls Trophy Night
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YUNDERUP SPORT AND RECREATION CLUB INC
2 DELTA DRIVE, SOUTH YUNDERUP WESTERN AUSTRALIA 6208
PHONE 9537 6587
WEBSITE: www.yunderupsportclub.org.au
EMAIL: mail@yunderupsportclub.org.au