THE DRUM BEATER FEB. 2013
Welcome to a new year of paddling with the Manning River Dragons. We do not have a committee meeting in Jan (too much holiday spirit), so no newsletter.
EXERCISE SPORT RECOMMENDATIONS FROM DBNSW.
There was an email, and attachment sent by Melanie Cantwell about Exercise Sport Recommendations from DBNSW. Hope everyone has read it.
WATER, WATER, WATER.
Not once but twice we got flooded. Nothing like keeping us on our toes getting gear out of the cage, then back in, then back out again. Thank you all members, women, kids, husbands, friends that helped us with the boats etc.
We must have jinkzed ourselves as we only talked about getting a flood plan in situ at our last committee meeting.
SO we will have a little get together, probably in a Saturday arvo at the maccas meeting room to get a plan in progress. We have a committee meeting on this Tues 20th March so will decide on a date then.. Watch this space. Put your thinking caps on and come full of ideas.
TAKING ITEMS FROM THE BOAT.
Just a little reminder that members are not to take items out of the boat without consulting the sweeps/coaches/equipment officer. The sweep is in charge of our safety on the boat and if they put items into the boat it is there for a reason.
PARKING IN MANNING STREET OUTSIDE THE EXCHANGE HOTEL.
A reminder to all members and to our new members that may not be aware, Gary the owner of the Exchange Hotel has requested we do not park outside the Exchange Hotel, in Manning Street during the week nights at 5pm as his patrons find it difficult to get a park. We need to respect his wishes as he very kindly lets us store our gear and boats in his cage for free. TA.
We are like the postie. We paddle in winter, rain, sleet (well not lightning), so paddling continues. For our newer members we hav3e lights on the boat and only paddle close to the shore where the lights are along the Manning. Put a head torch on, a snazzy beanie (got to look good) some skins, maybe a vest (and some other clothing). You do get hot once we paddle it is really once we finish and clean out the boat you get cold.
Chinese New Year has come and gone, and nothing b3etter than paddling in torrential rain all day. What a fab time. What a high. Hope the newer paddlers got a buzz paddling in Darling Harbour with all those millions of people watching us!! Oh yeah that is right they were all in the pub nice and dry.To our sweeps well done, although Wazza needs to wear his hearing aides next time.
Good luck to our club members that are going to NZ to paddle and to our lone senior representative, and our juniors in the Regional Team heading to State. GOOD LUCK. WE ARE PROUD OF YOU.
Jennifer has put out a list of Regattas we hope to attend. So please add your name. We have great fun when we got away, Meet other teams, have great team bonding out for dinner and a few drinks (well we do have to do some liasoning).
NEXT REGATTA Urunga 18/19 May. Sat is a long race??6km ??3km and sun the fun sprints. And we will get THOSE RATS.!!!@!
REGATTA CODE OF CONDUCT.
We are working on a Regatta Code of Conduct which will be sent out prior to the next Regatta once the Coaches/sweeps have looked at it.
It is with a sad farewell we said goodbye to the Green raft. It was transported to a better place last Sat morning by Jen, Cath, Trish and me. It stood the test of time being the Number one raft in the Raft race a few years ago, sweeping the pool by winning everything- best raft, first in Juniors, first in womens, first in mixed first in men. So good was it they changed the rules the following year. Thank you Ted and your band of people who made it happen.
MANNING RIVER REGATTA.
The Regatta Committee has been meeting regularly getting the paperwork ready for our regatta on 3rd and 4th August.
We will ask Quota if they wo7uld cater if not rotary/
Club member ???willing to make slices and cakes for sale.
They are applying for a Grant.
All members will be 3expected to help out as it gets closer. Many hands make light work.
We should be able to put in one team on the day, expecially if other teams in the north coast supply a volunteer.
Are there any members that does not want to paddle and just be a vollie??
Let Jen Schubert know.
You will be getting some raffle tickets soon for a Mothers Day Raffle. The prize?? The beautiful Quilt that a lady donated to our Club, second Prize a $50.00 voucher from Raw Sugar Cafe, and 3rd prize some bubbles(no not drinking bubbles but bath bubbles). But drinkging bubbles sounds good to me!!! Any donations gratefully received.
We will have a Mothers Day Breakfast at Raw Sugar on the Sat prior to Mothers Day where we will draw the raffle, and Cath Stenchion you will be lynched if you or any member of your family win.
Committee meeting Tuesd 20th March
Discussion Meeting Thursday 9th May
Junior Jayden Broken arm. Ouch
THE DRUMBEATER DECEMBER 2012
Manning River Dragon Boat Club Newsletter
HO, HO, HO to all our club members. The man in the big Red suit has been and gone, and we now know who is naughty and who is nice. Hope it was a fun filled day with family and friends.
We had a lovely Christmas paddle on Sat 15th Dec. With 13 brave and hearty paddlers paddling from the Cage to Crocki in all weather conditions. Heat, wind, surf, It was the longest 2km ever(thanks Wazza). I think it was 13km not 2km. We were met by our fellow paddlers that drove out with the food , drink, and champers, much appreciated. Secret Santa was a big hit, Thanks Trish for your version of Secret Swapping Gift Santa. Who did take those lollies from a kid?? Thanks Cath S for the Sorbet Champers, We needed more of that. Was a great day.
The Raffles were won by $120 cash Trish Paff
Basket of Goodies Narelle Minnett
Painting Sue Hunter
We had about 13 gifts all up all donated by our fellow paddlers. Thank you all.
We made $135.60 profit.
We had 21 paddlers , Ann(Cath S Mum) and Jaquie(Johns Wife) have a lovely breaky at Raw Sugar Cafe on Sat 22nd Dec. Rhonda at Raw Sugar could not organise her drinks/Christmas get together this year, so she kindly donated a $50.00 voucher and 5 free coffee cards.br
The winner was......... Picked out by Anne(Cath S Mum)
And won by ...............Cath S (rigged, rigged, rigged)
Coffee cards won by Marg Kurtz, AnneWilliams, Catherine C, and Deb Ashwell. Any one else I forgot??
We have 5 new members in our club. Welcome to
Junior: Josh Barry (first regatta at Kempsey and came home with a trophy)
Jan Sage(not a junior)
Sue Cross transferred from Pearl Dragons(Sue is a regular paddler with us and has decided to join our friendly crew)
Mark and Merlene Russell, known as Mick and Merle just to confuse us. They have transferred from Wallis Spirit Club. And Mick did his Sweep Accreditation with us at both Foster and Kempsey regattas. Welcome to our friendly club.
Maintenance of the Sweep Oar.
Ted has put a resin o the oar of the Dragonfly and will apply the same resin on the oar of the Phoenix as well.
Alison Byram is looking into getting some fancy lanyards for us with our little dragon on it(and with plastic tabs) to prevent the rust going onto our shirts.
We had a very successful regatta at Kempsey, receiving a trophy in each event we entered. We were very consistent on the day with 3 3rd place trophies.
Well done Jennifer with the crew listing for your first regatta as Captain. You Loved the Stress!!
Next Regatta Chinese New Year , Darling Harbour, Sydney. 23rd Feb.
Start your intensive training after the New Year everyone that has their name down.
Rainbow Dragons have changed the date of their Regatta to the same date as ours(in August 2013).
The Committee will be following this up with Melanie at DBNSW.
Exercise/Sport Recommended by DBNSW
This is some information DBNSW sent to us to read RE: fitness assessment for paddling.
It will be put on our website under the Information Section. Please read.
Next General Meeting will be held on Thursday 7th Feb 2013
At McDonalds Meeting Room(chatham)
6.45pm. There will be a notice sent out calling for agenda items after the new year.
Committee Meeting. There is no Committee Meeting in Jan .
The Next Committee Meeting will be the 3rd Tuesday in Feb 2013 19th Feb.
Please speak to your Member representative-Trish, John or Anne
Or any Committee member-Deb, Rhonda, Gaye, Cath S.
Happy Birthday to you all.
If any new paddlers have their birthday in Dec. Happy Birthday(have not got your birthday dates yet)
Cheers for now, See you after the New Year. Happy New Year.
Happy Paddling with the Manning River Dragons.
THE DRUM BEATER
Welcome to any new paddlers receiving this newsletter for the first time.
We held our AGM in October and our new committee to guide us through 2012/2013 season is:
President: Deb Ashwell
Vice President: Rhonda Blanch
Secretary: Gaye McDonald
Treasurer: Cathy Stenchion
Member Representatives: Trish Paff, Anne Williams, John Roetman
Head Coach: Jennifer Schubert
Captain: Jennifer Schubert
Vice Captain: Warren Blanch
Publicity Officer:; Shane Manahan
Archives: Shane Manahan
Maintanence: Ted Towers
MPIO Officer: Trish Paff, Sue Hunter
Please remember we are all volunteers trying to help our club be successful(and all work as well)
Lifting of the Boat.
This issue was raised at our discussion meeting , committee meeting and the Coaches Meeting.
All coaches agreed to lift each section of the boat onto the wheels, bit by bit. This will depend on the tide. Any issues please speak to the Head Coach(Jen).
OUR REGATTA IN AUGUST 2013
The Regatta Committee are meeting monthly and are busy getting all relevant planning forms etc in place.
Phoenic boat is out of action from Thursday 29th Nov until the Wed 5th Dec.
We can only use the Dragonfly(10seats)
Please for this Sat 1st Dec email Alison Byram for the run. There will be 2 runs on Sat.
1st run 7.15am at the cage
2nd run 8.30am at the ramp (like the old days)
Every January and July we will turn over both boats, inspect their bottoms(ooh la la), scrub them(aahhh), call our friendly repair men if need be.
What to do with the Green Raft in the cage.? I have emailed out to all with what they want to do with it but I have had no response as yet. This is the last chance to give your point of view to me.
HO HO HO
Its that time of year that the man with the big red suit comes to visit us.
CHRISTMAS PARTY PADDLE.
DATE; Sat 15th Dec
TIME: Around 9am at the cage.
ATTIRE: Chrissy theme(hats, t shirts , red undies.)
PADDLE TO: From Taree to CROCKI
Committee will supply snags, bread etc for a sausage sizzle
BYO: Drinks, coffee, tea, desert, nibbles.
You can bring your food etc to the cage and the people that are not going to paddle can drive out with the stuff.
SECRET SANTA; If you are coming along you need to bring a fun present to the value of $5.00
(including kids hubby and wives)
XMAS RAFFLE: The $100 club started off at the Foster Regatta. It will be drawn on the day of the Chrissy paddle. Bring your $$ as there will be a Chrissy raffle as well. There will be raffle books available soon. It is a hamper of chrissy goodies. Dig deep, its for a good cause.- MANNING RIVER DRAGONS
LOTS OF EMAILS
As you have all noticed we are receiving a lot of emails being forwarded by Deb from DBNSW. Please do not shoot the messenger.
It is a requirement of DBNSW that all members receive all emails sent out, whether relevant or not. So it is up to you to read or bin it.
COME AND TRY DAY.
We had a beautiful day in October for our Annual Come and Try day. Thank you all for making the new paddlers feel welcome. We hope they wish to come back and paddle with us again. We had 24 on the day.
PAN PACE MASTERS GAMES.
We had 14 paddlers join the north coast gelati team heading to the Gold Coast in oct for the masters Pan pacs Games. There was a team of 80 from Wallis Lake Spirits to Grafton. It was great to paddle with teams that we usually are our opposition.
The team was very successful bringing home lots of bling. (Some more than others hey Ruthie and Shane). 1 Gold, 1 silver and 2 bronze. The teams were from Hobart in the South to across the ditch to NZ, and they breed them mighty big there.
Not only did we have great paddling in trying conditions, gale force winds one day, rain the next we also had a great party, dance time every night. Go ABBA live
Had a great weekend at Foster paddling on the weekend.
We had the 2km turn race on sat in A1 paddling conditions. And we got 3rd place, so another trophy for the cabinet. Winners River Rats
Sunday, what a picturesque setting . No doubt we got our $20.00 worth of paddling. In the boat, out the boat, in the boat, out the boat. Loved it .Can’t we go to the toilet though. No in that boat now.
Got to the finals of both the mixed and womens team. Was heading into 2nd place behind Kempsey when our sweep decided to follow the rats and ended up following them(not in a good way ) into there slipstream. Still love you Jen. Winners River Rats
Womens a very close race with Winners River Rats. We came 4th with only .100th sec between 2nd, 3rd and 4th. Could have been anyones .
Kempsey Regatta December 9th Dec Money in now.
CNY 23rd Feb. Money and names in by 17th Dec please. $30.00
The next committee meeting is on Tueday 18th December 2012. If you have anything you wish put on the Agenda,please see one of the committee members.
BIRTHDAY WISHES HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO YOU ALL
Sue H now on the mend, Mary gone down fast. Deb, glad your son has made a 100% recovery, Meg and Sandi our loving thoughts are with you .
See you all on the water.
REMEMBER IF YOU CAN’T PADDLE LOOK GOOD AND HAVE FUN.
THE DRUM BEATER SEPTEMBER 2012-10-04
Welcome new and old paddlers to Spring and lots of paddling.
RIVER BANK EROSION.
We as a Club have been concerned about the severe erosion of the riverbank and have written a letter to Council with little effect(no money no responsibility). Jennifer, The Club President had a meeting with council,Sailing Club, Dept of Crown lands and Bill Nelson. We have been given permission to put in a submission to try and get a grant for a Sandy Beach. Council will support us but will not fund or do any work. The Sailing Club is working on this and will be working closely with them.
REPAIR TO DRAGONFLY.
The dragonfly has gone to hospital for repairs. The Calvin Hospital is looking after our boat nicely. It should be back on Friday hopefully. John and Warren are looking at the trailer as well.
A bouquet of flowers to Alison Byram for getting the website up and running and giving the information to Mark. It is looking good. Do not forget to put your name down on the paddling session lists. Still some issues, but only minor.
The AGM is on TUESDAY 30th OCTOBER 2012. 7.15PM-8.15PM WATERFRONT ROOM, EXCHANGE HOTEL, MANNING STREET, TAREE.
Please consider a position on the Committee. All positions are open. Nominations to be into the Secretary one week prior 23rd October 2012.
An email has been sent out to everyone. If you have an email buddy please ensure they get the AGM and nomination form.
Margaret Kurtz is now the seller of the MRDBC hats. They are $15.00 each. Please put money in envelope with name on it. Correct money please. Margs phone number is: 65525046
DISPLAY AT BIG W.
We are having a display at Big W on Saturday 13th October. Rhonda Blanch is organizing roster and photos etc. This is is advertise our:
COME AND TRY MORNING SAT 20TH OCTOBER.
It is all happening.
Thank you to the members who turned up for our Regatta Meeting. We have formed a committee, however we do expect all the Club to help out to make it a successful event next year in August.
Jennifer Schuber, shane Manahan, Brenda Thomson, Kathy Salmon, Trish Paff, Narelle Minnett and John Roetman. Thank you , thank you, thank you.
KAMINI JANE TRAINING WEEKEND.
Be prepared all you coaches and members. You will be sore, You will be stiff, You will have a 6 pack by Sunday night. Learn a lot and bring it back to the club.
COOMBA PARK FUN PADDLE.
A great day was had by all 6 members that went. I hear Sailing is now your chosen sport.!! It should not have been on Grand final Saturday when the SWANNIES were playing, and they won. GOOOOO SWANNIES. ( well I am from Melbourne)
VOLUNTEER FOR FOSTER TRIATHON
Thank you Club members that are volunteering for the Foster Triatho n on Saturday. We have made $50.00 per person. An easy fundraiser. More members than 5 would have been good. We are on Swim leg this year. (a bit of eye candy for us old ducks)
MYELSTROM- DONE. Us vollies had a great time. The Thai restaurant was fab. Made new friends, drank some wine, had y;ummy food, talked a little oh and yes we did work on the Sunday. Consider volunteering in future.
GRAFTON. We are off to Grafton. Yahoo. Staying in town this year. If you have not booked better do it soon. Alison sent out an email where we are staying.(some motel in town)We are doing the 2km turn race(are you sweeping Deb?) and sprints on Sunday.
BIRTHDAY WISHES. Happy birthday girls. Another Year Older.
Joy Maxwell. Love and kisses. Hope the shoulder is on the mend. See you at paddling soon.
THE DRUM BEATER
AUGUST 2012 NEWSLETTER OF MRDBC
Hi fellow paddlers,
The sun is shining and its warming up. The Manning River waters are now warm, so come on down and join us paddling. Bring a friend, bring 2 friends, bring MALE friends.
REPAIR OF THE BOAT.
A worker from Stebercraft has kindly offered to look and repair the boat for us. He is happy to continue to advise us on any further care of our boats and do minor repairs for us.
As you are aware we received a grant from the Holiday Coast Credit Union for the purchase of 24 life jackets so we can use them when taking out groups. Thank you Ted for making the hooks to hang them up. A photo will be in the Times soon. Thank you Jennifer, Cathy S, Maureen and Ted for all the time spent resourcing and trialling. They have already been used.
Our website is up and running. Please have a look at it. We are not able to put names down for training at this point in time but this will happen. Thank you Alison for all the hard work already put in.
REPLY FROM COUNCIL RE FUNDING FOR RIVER BANK.
I sent a letter (on behalf of our club) to council re the disgraceful disrepair of the river bank and the funds they received to build a path from the old pool site to town. We wish for money to be used to repair the wall. The funding is specifically for the use of the path. The Council is not responsible for the wall, etc, etc. We will take this further.
Available from Workwise, Elizabeth Ave Taree. There are still some very exclusive hats still available for $5.00 from Cathy S and Deb.( MANNNG) Marg Kurtz is happy to take over the hats. Thank you7, thank you.
We are looking at getting fleecy tops and rain jackets as well.
A reminder of the Regatta Meeting next Tuesday 11th Sept. 2012 at Waterfront Room, Exchange hotel, Manning St. 7.30pm-8.30pm.
MONEY LEFT IN CAGE.
Money from training has been left on the floor of the cage. Please put in the draw of the boat if Cath S is not on board. The Sweep is responsible for the money.(not to go to the pub for a drink).
PUBLICITY OFFICER POSITION VACANT.
The Publicity Officer position is vacant. It will remain vacant until the AGM(end of Oct). The Committee will take over this position until then. See the Committee if you wish to have something published.
Not enough for a team for Mylestom. We have 6 people volunteering. We need to send 2 vollies to each of our southern regattas. We need to learn all jobs so when it is our regatta we know what we are doing(well pretend to know).
We have some first time vollies. Well done. We will have fun, fun, fun.
Thank you Cath S, Jennifer, Trish, Sandi, Catherine C and Me.
Just a reminder. If we don’t go to regattas we won’t be able to paddle at Chinese NY which we all love to go to.
Pan Pacs Training. The paddlers that are going to the Masters Games(pan Pacs) in Qld in Nov are training hard. (in mind as well as in body). We are training at Macksville as well as Taree and Foster with our North Coast team members. Hope you have all registered and don’t forget to pay for your uniforms(on line)
Welcome to our newest member,Sharon Cross. May you have lots of fun paddling with us.
Deb Ashwell 12th
Sally Crawford 31st
Shane Manahan 27th
Maureen Van Rossum Du Chattel 19th
Rhonda . Get well soon. We all know how much you love Wazza, but there is no need to over beat your heart over him!!!
See you on the water.
THE DRUM BEATER
The Manning River Dragon Boat Club Newsletter.
The newsletter everyone wants to read.
Welcome back all our fellow overseas paddlers and travellers. Hope you are all recovered and ready for another season of paddling while we decide where we will go OS next time to paddle.
REGISTRATION TO DBNSW
Membership is due NOW. Adults $95.00, Juniors $50.00
Please go online to do it(cheaper and saves a rainforest).
Your number is with the first email DBNSW sent you. Contact Cath Stenchion if you do not have your number.
If no access to Internet, please contact Jen Schubert or Cath Stenchion and they will help you.(as per email I sent everyone last week.
Once paid you will get an email generated from both DBNSW and from Jen Schubert. This does not mean you have paid our own club fees, only your DBNSW fees.
MRDBC FEES DUE NOW
You can pay this into our regatta account or cash/cheque into an envelope with your name and amount on it to Cath Stenchion. You can go into holiday Coast Credit Union and pay to Cath. She works there Monday, Thursday and Fridays(if she is not tripping around the countryside).
No, we don’t have a new little MRDragonette. Brenda Thomson, applied for the position of Junior Development Officer for the North Coast and was successful. Well done Brenda. You will be very enthusiastic in your role, so we should expect many young juniors turning up?? Brenda is looking at doing a specific Junior Training Session for them(Why wouldn’t they want to paddle with a bunch of Oldies?? ) We are the FUN group.
Date: 18th August 2012. In Sydney.
Jennifer Schubert and Gaye McDonald are representing our club.
Brenda Thomson is going as the Junior Development officer for the North Coast.
MONEY, MONEY, MONEY
. Holiday Coast Credit Union Community Partnership Grant
Our Club has been lucky enough to have recently been the recipient of one of the many Community Partnership grants from Holiday Coast Credit Union. Holiday Coast Credit Union distribute their community grants each year along the Holiday Coast area from Coffs Harbout to Maitland to deserving organisations, clubs/schools to assist in the development of projects that benefit local communities. We placed a submission for the grant to Holiday Coast Credit Union for the purchase of 22 lifejackets to be used when we are doing any community functions. The grant we received is for $2,530.00. Manning River Dragons are involved with the running of school sports. For the past 2 years the aboriginal womens conference where club members have take the women out in our boats. Taken a group from Break Thru-Disability Employment Solutions group and Taree City Council Youth School Holiday Program. No doubt now that these groups have enjoyed dragon boating they will be asking for our assistance again and word will spread how enjoyable and healthy dragon boating is. With the ability to purchase 22 lifejackets with our grant we will be able to take groups out to enjoy our sport that we all love in a safe environment without calling on our members to provide lifejackets from their homes.
Thank you to Sue Hunter who was our willing representative at the Holiday Coast Credit Union to receive our grant and deliver a brief overview of our clubs intended use of the funds.
Annie from Newcastle(formally Port Macquarie) has been doing some training with the Pearl Dragons and the Spirit Dragons and wants to do some training with us. The time will be when it f its in with her busy schedule. Please consider it. She is very motivational and inspiring.
HOW TO RUN A REGATTA WORKSHOP.
Sunday 22nd July 2012. At Taree RSL.
This is being run by DBNSW.
We have 11members that are coming along. This will be vital for when we will be running our own regatta in Nov next year(alternating with Foster).
Gaye McDonald, Cath Stenchion, Jennifer Schubert, Rhonda Blanch, Shane Manahan, Brenda Thomson, Sue Hunter, Trish Paff,Narelle Minnett, Arthur and Kathy Salmon.
What can I say.WE are soooo Good. Hong Kong was beyond our expectations.
For those who have heard this all before, bad luck, those who haven’t read on.
An intrepid 28 paddlers left Aussie shores heading to the heat of HK.
We had one womens team and one mixed team.
Stanley Cup was unbelievable. We thought Chinese New Year was hectic. That was like a little regatta compared to Stanley.
The heat, the humidity,(34D felt like 46d) 80%, the paddlers, the crowd. WOW>WOW<WOW.
250 teams on one beach.
8 teams in the Womens and we came 6th in the final
167 Teams in ;the Mixed category. We eventually got to the finals(12 boats in each race, yes 12)
And we came 4th runner up.
We were the only team from Australia and they loved us and we loved our TROPHY.
What a high, up on that stage receiving our trophy in front of millions, ok not millions but a lot of people.
We celebrated in style. And the cup leaks!!!!
What a great celebration dinner Summer organized for us with her family and friends.
Thank you paddlers, husbands Bernie and Budha, Summers sisterJanet, Summers friend Annie, husband Carlos , Friend Ralph, and son Jackie Chan.
Thank you ex paddlers from Sydney and Tweed Heads, Kerrie and Sandra, thank you Rainbow Dragon paddlers(Janice and Kevin Woods, now unofficial Manning paddlers)and our cheer squad, Neville, Robert, Grant and Trevor.
We could not have done it without you.
I need to thank a few people that got us to Hong Kong.
Summer, my love, who would have thought when we talked about it 9 months ago that it was both our dream to paddle in the home of Dragon Boating at Stanley in the prestige Stanley Cup that we did it in 2012 and we came home with a Trophy. And a big Trophy Too.
A very big THANK YOU SUMMER for all you and your entire family did for us.And what a beautiful family you have.
Thank you also to Cath Stenchion for handling all that money(taking it from us,and then wanting more).
Thank you Jennifer Schubert for all your help in organizing us both here and in Hong Kong.
Our fantastic Torpedos travelled to Hong Kong to paddle in the World Club Crew Championshiops. And they brought home BLING.
A second and 2 third trophies. And what big, beautiful trophies they are.
Well done, Tara, Emily and Sam. We are so proud of you guys. You did us proud.
15th, 16th August. I think Coffs Harbour???
Barry Thompson 15th
Leanne Turner 10th
Anne Williams 21st