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The addition of Chess to the Maryborough Masters Games was a success with 28 players including Paul Garbett, an International Chess Master from New Zealand who was holidaying at Hervey Bay. Paul took out the competition overall and was over 60 years winner with John Harris from Bundaberg 2nd. John is a former Queensland State [...]
A great couple of days playing pool resulted in the following:- Doubles 1st Paul Nolan and Michael Dale 2nd Rob Kaarsberg and Jason Ward 3rd Dave Morrison and Dave Evans Singles 1st Dave Evans 2nd Greg Hyde 3rd Rob Kaarsberg Everyone is looking forward to another challenge in 2019.
MARYBOROUGH MASTERS GAMES 02 / 10 / 16 SSAA Fraser Coast Branch Inc. PISTOL SILHOUETTE AGGREGATE RESULTS NAME Branch AGE Small Bore Hunter’s Pistol Big Bore Total Place Jeff BENNETT Fraser Coast 51+ 16 19 26 61 1 Allan WEHL Fraser Coast 51+ 16 17 16 49 2 Susan SUMMERS Fraser Coast U50 13 10 10 [...]
MARYBOROUGH MASTERS GAMES 01 / 10 / 16 - SSAA Fraser Coast Branch Inc. COWBOY LEVER ACTION SILHOUETTE Aggregate Results NAME Branch AGE S’Bore Pistol Cartridge 200m Cowboy Total Place Jeff WALDOCK Bundaberg 58+ 25 21 17 63 + 16 Turkeys 1 Jeff BENNETT Fraser Coast 58+ 25 20 18 63 + 15 Turkeys 2 Lachlan [...]
Well, the Masters for this year are over and once again, the lawns at North Street were alive with people, laughter and some fiercely fought games! It is true that entries were down a little on previous years but those who came… came to play! We had folk from all over the Wide Bay/Burnett and [...]
The Maryborough Masters Games is a short course event. This is an annual event popular with members from the central and south-east regions. As with all our regional meets, competitors love travelling to these swim meets to enjoy the hospitality of clubs in the regional areas of Qld and Maryborough is no exception. As a [...]
COMPETITORS in this year's Maryborough Masters Games are still feeling the pain of striving to regain their glory days. But as sore as those aching bones and weary muscles are, it's a small price to pay for doing something you love. Maryborough Masters Games president Doug Walker said 400 athletes battled it out during the [...]