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DIVISION C4: Qualifying final: Trinity OS 9.8 (62) def
Lockleys 6.9 (45).
Trinity OS- Goals: T. Krieg 4, J. Haese 2, J. Ward, M.
Nelson, I. Wharton; Best: R. Thorpe, J. Haese, A. King
Disibio, T. Jones, T. Beere.
STARplex: Monday juniors: Under 12- Creek 26 d
Barossa 12; Williamstown Giants 18 d Run N Gun 16;
Heat 20 d Lyndoch Wolves 17; Silver Swishes 21 d
Trinity Triumph 11; Trinity Magic 14 d United Stars 9;
Five Stars 20 d Barossa Bulldogs Red 4; Rockstars 16 d
Barossa Bulldogs Blue 10.
Under 14- CCS Flight 22 d All Stars 21; Barossa 34 d
Celtics 24; Trinity Gawler River 47 d Raptorz 24; Heat 48
d Trinity Blue 24; And 1 All Stars 24 d Barossa Bulldogs
Under 16- The Crusaders 44 d Swishes 17; CCS Thunder
32 d Mavericks 16.
Tuesday daytime ladies: Flukes 58 d Phantoms 41; Kaos
31 d Blue Birds 18; Cheeky Chicks 69 d Rhondavues 40.
Tuesday Juniors: Under 8- Roar 14 d Trinity Tigers 2; Red
Devils 22 d Trinity Scorpions 4; Warriors 26 d Junior CC
Stars 0; Sandy Creek 6 drew Lyndoch Wolves Black 6;
Dragon Jets 26 d Gold Stars 3; Lyndoch Wolves Gold 24
d Trinity Thunder 4.
Under 10- Lyndoch Wolves 22 d CC Stars 3; Trinity Lions
42 def Trinity Titans 10; Barossa 18 d Flight Team 8;
Trinity Jets 18 d Hawks 12; Williamstown 29 d Sandy
Tuesday night men's: Mighty Ducks 91 d Muffin Stuffers
56; Google It 70 d North Side Flyerz 32; Gang Green 45
d Wolves 43; Purple Haze 43 d Black Hawk 32; Red Lions
50 d CREAM 37; TZK 53 d Vaders 33; Donkeys 56 d X-
Men 44; Roseworthy 40 d Uncle Drew 36; Team Rocket
34 d Panthers 31
BAROSSA, LIGHT & GAWLER JUNIORS: Preliminary:
Under 13- South Gawler (J. Gurney, L. Load, J. Carpenter,
B. Fisher, J. Hajdu, Z. Greenem, A. Marshall, W. Ryan, D.
Whatley, D. Cheem) d Willaston (A. Ponton, T. Milligan,
J. Collect, J. Sanderson, B. Murry, J. Allen). Goals: South-
W. Ryan 3, L. Load 2, J. Carpenter 2, D. Russell 1, A.
Marshall 1, J. Hajdu 1; Willaston- K. Bradshaw, M. Knox,
GAWLER: Midweek Results- N. Hardy 38 points, R.
McNamara (c/b) 35 points
Thursday Results- J. Pogas 41 points, H. Smits 39 points,
J. Frew (c/b) 37 points, J. Assender 37 points, L. Taylor
36 points, B. Johnson 36 points, P. Heffernan 36 points,
J. Griffiths 35 points.
Saturday Results- Overall: S. Jeffrey 42 points. A-Grade:
S. Jeffrey 42 points. B-Grade: G. James 39 points. C-
Grade: R. Flett (c/b) 39 points.
Ball Winners: M. Collier 39 points, C. Noack 38 points, G.
Long 38 points, D. Emmart 37 points, R. Hall 37 points,
J. Williams 37 points, F. Stallbom 36 points, D. Stewart
36 points, M. Norwood 36 points, A. Rowe 36 points, H.
Mckerney 36 points, A. Jeffrey 36 points.
Hole in One: C. Decelis 11th.
Sunday Results: C. Thornton 39 points, D.
Buss 34 points.
Mixed Foursome Championship: A. Jeffrey/K. Borber
gross 87, S. Jeffrey/L. Jeffrey 92, M. Dawes/S Jeffrey 95.
HAMLEY BRIDGE: Club Championship Quarter Final
Results: A Grade- J. Mitchell d B. Schwartz (forfeit), B.
Zerna d I. Ferguson 2 up, L. Durdin d I. Goddard 1 up, V.
Zito d J. Bell 6/5.
B Grade- W. Van Pelt d K. Kluske 2 up, B. Hinderwell d B.
Zerna 3/1, R. Mortimer d D. Nation 7/6.
C Grade- R. Smith d D. Cooper 2 up, R. Hienze d M.
Grasby, D. Branson d B. Charman 6/5, G. Dahlitz d W.
KAPUNDA: Thursday Results- 1st T. Flanigan, 2nd B.
Lee, 3rd S. Watson.
Saturday Results- Winners: M. Orvad , H. Murray 45pts.
Overall Stableford: M. Orvad 41.
A Grade: A. Peters, J. Lindeblad 37, J. Shephard 36.
B Grade: G. Brushe, M. Dew, C. Sutherland 36.
C Grade: T. Flanigan 38, D. Kaesler 35, B. Anderson, R.
Thorning, L. Payne 34.
Ladies: L. Bashford 36, J. Menzel, C. Perry 33.
MOUNT PLEASANT: Thursday results- D. Watkins 78,
C. Zerk 81, L. Stephens 88 on c/b, H. Bulis 88.
Saturday Stableford- S. Mitchell 35 points, A. Wake 33
points, T. Mitchell 33 points, J. Richards 30 points, D.
Higgin 30 points, T. Vine 28 points.
TANUNDA: Saturday Results: Individual overall net: D.
Cock 36 points, R. Butler 36 points, P. Lithgow 35 points,
T. George 35 points, A. Anderson 34 points, D. Hemsley
34 points, M. Campbell 33 points, D. Forrest 33 points,
S. Escritt 33 points, T. Jenkins 32 points.
Individual GA Net A Grade- M. Campbell 33 points, T.
Jenkins 32 points, J. Agar 31 points, W. Bailey 29 points,
S. Coombs 29 points, L. Cameron Mckenzie 29 points,
S. Blackwell 28 points, J. Farley 27 points, J. Belthune 27
points, B. Verhoef 20 points.
Individual GA Net B Grade- P. Lithgow 35 points, S.
Escritt 33 points, P. Jeffries 32 points, R. Deer 32 points,
R. Casey 30 points, R. Malone 30 points, A. Coutie 28
points, R. McDevitt 28 points, T. Saegenschnitter 28
points, G. Greenfield 28 points.
Individual GA Net C Grade- D. Cock 36 points, R. Butler
36 points, T. George 35 points, D. Helmsley 34 points, D.
Forrest 33 points, T. Morrison 31 points, J. Hoffman 31
points, P. Mumford 29 points, R. Homburg 29 points, P.
Othams 28 points.
Individual WGA Overall Net: A. Anderson 34 points, L.
Montfort 32 points, P. Henschke 32 points, J. Jeffries 27
points, J. MacPhail 21 points, R. Newstead 16 points.
TWO WELLS: Saturday Results: A Grade- R. Grigg 39, P.
Shields 39, A. Baker 35, J. Ball 33, S. Grigg 33, Y. Frencken
31, I. Smith 30, A. Bail 27.
B Grade- R. Prior 38, S. Kelly 37, H. Linford 37, M. Dimasi
35, J. Spackman 33, T. Clifton 26, I. Clark 25.
Women- E. Grigg 36, J. Holland 35.
ADELAIDE PLAINS: A1: 70 (S. Young) d Virginia 17 (N.
Bryan); Wells 38 (T. Aguis) d Long Plains 35 (D. Earl); 66
(T. Kennett) d Balaklava 33 (S. Arbon).
A2: Hummocks 46 (M. Nicholls) d Virginia 26 (C. Glenn);
Two Wells 59 (T. Beere) d Long Plains 30 (A. Sharman);
62 (C. Buckley) d Balaklava 36 (R. Dixon).
A3: Virginia 46 (C. Glenn) d 43 (K. Bickle); Two Wells 66
(K. Lange) d Long Plains 26 (K. Humphries); Mallala 77
(C. Ashby) d Balaklava 15 (C. McPharlin).
A4: Hummocks 67 (S. Wolf ) d Virginia 11 (C. Winning);
Wells 86 (H. Squires) d Long Plains 10 (C. Daniel); 52 (E.
Clarke) d Balaklava 17 (T. McBride).
A5: Hummocks 36 (L. Jones) d Virginia 14 (K. Platt); Two
Wells Home 35 (A. Moss) d Long Plains 34 (J. Stringer);
Wells Away 32 (K. Lowe) d Mallala 29 (A. Cawrse).
17 and under: Two Wells 27 (L. Oakley) d Long Plains
24 (J. Tregeagle); Mallala 43 (G. Farrelly) d Balaklava 17
15 and under: Hummocks 39 (H. Studham) def Virginia
21 (A. Cox); Long Plains 38 (C. King) d Two Wells 11 (T.
Southwell); Mallala 31 (J. Heaslip) d Balaklava 26 (L.
13 and under A: Virginia 22 (J. Goggins) d Hummocks
19 (K. Andrew); Long Plains 58 (B. Witt) d Two Wells 1
(A. Brewin); Mallala 31 (E. Thorne) d Balaklava 14 (K.
Rowland); 18 (I. Pagadut) def Mallala 13 (K. Standley).
GDNA: A Grade- St George's White 39 d Lutheran 34.
B Grade- Gumnuts 46 d Virginia 41.
C Grade- Xavier Saints 40 d Gumnuts 35.
E Grade- St George's White 43 d Trinity Red 42.
K Grade- St George's White 23 d Trinity 14.
L Grade- St George's Black 26 d Xavier Saints Green 23.
M Grade- Trinity Red 42 d Lutheran 5.
N Grade- Xavier Saints 14 d Trinity Blue 6.
O Grade- Xavier Saints 20 d Virginia Green 0; Gumnuts
33 d St George's 2; Trinity 13 d Lutheran 4.
STARplex: Monday ladies- 27 d Yeah Good Thanks 22;
Purple 26 d Jelly Butts 12; Wild Turkeys 39 d Jokers 13;
Mauve It d Trinity Old Scholars; Roseworthy Ultimate
Netballers 32 d Ladybirds 19; THEM 34 d Laurlis Team
13; Roseworthy Vetballers 28 d Pretzel Ninjas 19;
Benchwarmers 28 d All Saints; TOSNC d Fruit Tingles.
Tuesday evening mixed- Pink Paws 35 d TNT 16; Ashley's
Angels 29 d Drop It In 11; Falcons 30 d Happy Hour 25;
Demons 34 d Netvets 21; Vipers 28 d Golden Vipers 15;
Win Some Lose Some 23 d TLL 20.
Wednesday juniors preliminary finals: Primary: Trinity
Yellow 12 d Trinity Maroon 8.
Sub Junior: Trinity Maroon 23 d Trinity Red 20.
Junior: Trinity Orange 29 d Trinity Maroon 13.
Wednesday evening ladies' preliminary final-
Div 1: Wild Turkeys 46 d St George's 25.
Div 2: Mamma Bears 39 d Family Affairs 19.
Div 3: Roseworthy Fillies 48 d The Twisted Sisters 9.
Wednesday evening mixed: Michaels + 5 d Denton +
6 10; Ball Huggers 32 d No Idea 21; Interceptacons 29
d Team D 20; Jekylls Angels 35 d Incomplete 8; United
Tigers 37 d The Rejuvenated Rebels 7.
Friday ladies' daytime: Cant Decide 28 d Pink Ladies 25;
Brookers 43 d Mixed Bag 10; All Blakz 33 d Mummas 14;
Wasleys 43 d Lady Birds 26.
BAROSSA: Saturday Results- A.F. Brown 1560.706
mt/min, G. Rayment 1548.247 mt/min, L. Rayment
1545.164 mt/min, R. and D. Somerville 1444.076, T.
Burdon and Family 1443.509.
KAPUNDA: Target Rifle (Max 100.20): A. Helbig 49.02,
50.03, 99.05, 5.75, 17.39%, 19.01; J. Hoerisch 50.06,
47.04, 97.10, 3.00, 100.00%, 19.00; D. Pumpa 49.05,
47.02, 96.07, 7.25, 55.17%, 20.02; J. Allen 48.03, 47.02,
95.05, 3.75, DNR, 18.01; D. Lindner 46.02, 47.02, 93.04,
7.00, 100.00%, 19.01; G. Davies 45.03, 47.04, 92.07,
13.50, 59.26%, 19.01; S. Barrie 45.01, 46.03, 91.04, 7.50,
F Standard (Max 120.20): P. Larsen 58.04, 59.04, 117.08,
3.50, 85.71%, 22.01; J. Taylor 58.03, 59.05, 117.08,
4.05, 74.07%, 23.00; S. Smithson 57.04, 57.03, 114.07,
6.00, 100.00%, 22.01; T. Andrews 57.03, 57.03, 114.06,
10.50, 57.14%, 19.00; M. Lagana 58.04, 56.02, 114.06,
7.25, 82.76%, 21.00; B. Kalleske 58.02, 55.02, 113.04,
5.50, DNR, 23.01; S. Larsen 57.02, 56.01, 113.03, 7.00,
100.00%, 19.00; A. Small 56.02, 56.03, 112.05, 13.50,
59.26%, 22.00; G. Neldner 49.01, 48.01, 97.02, 11.50,
DNR, 19.01; A. Foden 58.05, RET, RET, NA, RET, NA; D.
Millar 59.03, RET, NA, NA, NA, 20.00.
F Open (Max 120.20): A. Pohl 60.05, 60.05, 120.10, 2.00,
BAROSSA: Div 1 Round 2- Egg Beaters 2-7-164 d Has
Beans 2-6-162 (M. Tully d T. Talbot 3-0, P. Leadbeater lt
S. Clarke 1-3, N. Ridley d K Ward 3-0, S. Rohrlach lt D.
Good One 2-7-143 d Half Baked 2-6-137 (V. Trotta d
J. Kennard 3-0, T. Waters lt D. Maher 1-3, P. Howe d J.
Nagel 3-0, S. Victor lt A. Pomeroy 0-3).
Pawz 3-9-221 d Hobbits 1-8-222 (M. Rosiak d P.
Thornton 3-1, G. Ward d G. Alderslade 3-2, D. Preuss lt G.
Hobbs 0-3, C. Zadow d B. Conway 3-2).
Div 2 Round 2- Java 2-8-166 d Floppy Discs 2-6-176
(J. Milne lt I. Mason 2-3, D. Altus d M. Witcomb 3-0, N.
Sloper d A. Bryce 3-0, M. Wells-Sidler lt D. Fusco 0-3).
MSDOS 2-7-159 d Googlers 2-6-157 (S. O'Loughlin lt Q.
Burke 1-3, D. Molineux d P. Gerhardy 3-0, W. Marschall d
J. Markey 3-0, T. Wells-Sidler lt D. Wisbey 0-3).
Terabytes 2-8-200 d Ctrl-Alt-Del 2-7-203 (A.
Cunningham lt G. Nitschke 0-3, A. Grundel d S. Cook 3-
1, A. Pomeroy lt K. Jermey 2-3, C. Howe d S. Barr 3-0).
Trojans 3-9-183 d Wifis 1-5-157 (P. Larsen d S. Wendt 3-
0, R. Harbord lt P. Lediaev 0-3, T. Kroehn d M. Hines 3-0,
C. Hunt d O. Keane 3-2).
GAWLER & DISTRICT: Wednesday Results: A Grade-
Lyndoch Gold 12-26 (A. Carmody, R. Bell, G. Rudnick,
G. Carmichael) d Kangaroo Flat 2-13 (D. Roe, K.
Schoneweiss, H. Sands, R. Haaren); Lyndoch Green 9-
31 (A. Bender, K. Jermey, D. Holliday, J. Koch) d Gawler
West 5-19 (S. Packer, P. Hatcher, M. Calleja, H. Sealy); No
result received for the match between Gawler Gunnas
B Grade- New Gens 12-38 12-38 (T. Wall, H. Harvey, B.
Wall, S. Berry) d Lutheran 2-15 (K. Krieg, C. Woithe, B.
Tieste, James Korber); Kangaroo Flat 7-27 (S. Wedding,
T. Cowgill, J. Biggins, L. Habel) d Outlaws 7-24 (G.
Humphreys, P. Dawson, J. Hamden, G. O'Keefe).
C Grade- Blood Or Nothing 8-25 (K. Wright, R. Modra,
M. Wright) d Lyndoch Legends 3-13 (S. Carmody, N.
Carmody, A. Newton); Kangaroo Flat Gold 10-30 (R.
Chenoweth, D. Hutson, N. Chenoweth) d G T Smashers
1-5 (A. Miller, N. Camilleri, R. Blewett); Kangaroo Flat
Green 8-26 (K. Roe, M. Mander, L. Collins) d Easy Riders
3-10 (G. O'Keefe, B. Mortimer, S. Raggio); Kangaroo Flat
White received a forfeit from Shockwaves.
YOUNG trainer Ben Rawlings added to his
tally of wins at Gawler when his greyhound
Kennington Oval crossed the line first in the
531m Stake last Tuesday.
In the race, Jack and Lolli jumped well to lead
out of box five, from Kennington Oval (2) and
Wrex Bale (3).
Jack and Lolli got out to a three-length break
and was travelling well, but Kennington Oval
started to make ground.
By the time they had reached the back turn,
Kennington Oval was on equal terms with Jack
and Lolli, with Wrex Bale, on the outside, and Al-
len Gordy (4) on the inside, both looking to stake
However, in the run to the line, Kennington
Oval won strongly by three-quarters-of-a-length
in a handy time of 30.80 secs.
Allen Gordy made up many lengths to finish
second for Lisa Rasmussen, of Murray Bridge,
with Wrex Bale running third for Wendy Matcott,
also of Murray Bridge.
The winner, a black dog out of High Earner and
Una's Pride, is trained at Lewiston by Rawlings for
owner Peter Butterfield.
Kennington Oval is named after the famous
oval, which amongst other claims to fame, was the
site of the first cricket Test match against Australia
Now a four-year-old, Kennington Oval original-
ly raced in Queensland and transferred to South
Australia in May last year.
Since being in Rawlings' care, Kennington Oval
has scored eight wins and had numerous placings
and has been a consistent performer in a long ca-
reer of 93 starts, winning 13 races and placing 30
Rawlings, who was joined on race day by friend
Charlotte Juhasz, can trace his greyhound inter-
est through his immediate family, and back to
his grandparents in Whyalla, so he has plenty of
knowledge and experience to draw on.
Lisa Rasmussen led in the only double for the
day with Allen Barry and Noren Bale both win-
Her husband, Tony, added to the tally when re-
serve runner Nathaniel Bale got a start to win in a
very fast 22.63 secs over the 400m.
On that form, Nathaniel Bale won't be a reserve
again for some time yet.
With the Gawler Show on this weekend, racing
at Gawler has been transferred, but will resume on
Sunday, September 7, for a twilight meet.
Rawlings adds to win tally
Trainer Ben Rawlings and Charlotte Juhasz with
winner of the 531m Stake, Kennington Oval.
GAWLER Central will play rival
South Gawler at Angaston in the
Barossa, Light & Gawler Netball
Association elimination first semi-
final this Saturday, with the match
predicted to go down to the wire.
The last time the two sides met the
match ended in a draw.
Gawler Central mentor Scott Wad-
dington will coach against South for
the first time this year, having missed
the previous two encounters with pri-
or commitments, and said his team is
ready to bounce back after its loss to
Kapunda on the weekend.
"All year we've been trying to build
on moving the ball fairly quickly to our
goalies and create as many one-on-one
opportunities as we can," he said.
"Our strategies probably won't
change too much from when we have
played them this year, but we certainly
think our execution has improved."
The Tigers will enter the match
without goalkeeper Brittany Wadding-
ton, who re-injured her ankle on the
weekend and may require surgery.
The Lions will be looking to turn their
form around, after losing to the highly
favoured Willaston on the weekend.
South Gawler coach Karina Cook
said it was disappointing not to have
secured second spot, and the double
chance, but that the team is looking
forward to the match against Central.
"It was disappointing, but it's proba-
bly about where we should be with the
way we have been playing," she said.
"It should be a close match this
week...but we like the high-pressure
The Lions' team is quite different to
the side it fielded last year but Cook is
confident her side will take it right up
to their Gawler rivals.
South will still be without vital de-
fender Stacey Dunn, who has been ab-
sent with a knee injury, and will make
its final selections tomorrow night.
Cross-town rivals clash
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