Short takes on what's happening with Port Stephens sport

SIGN UP: Port Hunter Touch Association is taking registrations from September 22. Photo: Facebook/Port Hunter Touch Association

SIGN UP: Port Hunter Touch Association is taking registrations from September 22. Photo: Facebook/Port Hunter Touch Association

PORT Hunter Touch Association, based in Medowie, is set for another big season with more than 400 players expected to register.

Registrations will be taken on September 22 and 29 at Boyd Oval in Medowie for juniors, mixed, and B-grade teams. 

A-grade registrations are online. 

The competition starts on October 6. 

Port Hunter Touch will enter representative teams in over 30s, open mens and mixed at the state titles, which are set to be held at Port Macquarie in December.

NELSON Bay Bowling Club will host the Men of League charity bowls day on Sunday.

The feel good day has plenty of spots for men, ladies and mixed teams of four.

Great prizes and auction items, including a signed Melbourne Storm NRL jumper, is available on the day.

Sid Williams and Gary Leo from the Balmain 1969 premiership-winning team will guest speak. 

NELSON Bay Golf Club pennant teams started their season in style with two strong wins.

The Bay’s B-grade defeated their Newcastle Golf Club rivals at Pacific Dunes. 

Winners in the B-grade team were Mickael Christiansen, Chris Papworth, Chris Mawson, Neil Lembcke, Neil Bowling and skipper Brett Allman.

C-grade outgunned Horizons 5-1 at Tanilba Bay Golf Club.

The team included: Graeme Brown, Brian Pobje, Tony Dawson, Darren Hancock, Ray Carruthers.

Both teams travel to Hawks Nest Golf Club on Sunday to play Pacific Dunes.

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