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STARPLEX: Monday junior: Under 12 Div 1-
Williamstown Giants 32 d Sandy Creek 8; Run N Gun
26 def Barossa 20. Under 12 Div 2A- Heat 33 d Trinity
Triumph 10; All Stars 20 d Lyndoch Wolves 15. Under
12 Div 2B- Barossa Bulldogs Blue 21 d Trinity Magic
11; Rockstars 28 d Five Stars 5; Trinity Wild Lions 49 d
Barossa Bulldogs Red. Under 14 Div 1- All Stars 60 d
Celtics 25; CCS Flight 32 d Barossa 23. Under 14 Div
2- Heat 39 d And 1 All Stars 13; Trinity Gawler River 55
d Barossa Bulldogs 41; Raptorz 34 d Trinity Blue 24.
Under 16- Swishes 20 d Mavericks 0; CCS Thunder 50
d T-Legends 38.
Monday men: Phils Team 69 d Shakers 39; Run &
Gun 52 d Wizards 41; AP Tigers 43 d Hurricanes 23;
Swamp Dawgs 43 d Turbos 29.
Cunning Stunts 38 d Beard of Chuck 29; Shooting
Bricks 48 d M&Ms 42; Wolverines 53 d Orlago Bujic 41.
Tuesday daytime ladies: Rhondavues 39 d Blue
Birds 18; Cheeky Chicks 48 d Phantoms 30; Flukes 53
d Flamin Flamingos 36.
Tuesday juniors: Under 8's- Sandy Creek 9 d Dragon
Jets 8; Gold Stars 15 d Junior CC Stars 0; Red Devils 33
d Trinity Tigers 0; Warriors 16 d Lyndoch Wolves Black
4; Trinity Thunder 10 d Trinity Scorpions 0; Lyndcoh
Wolves Gold 38 d Roar 2. Under 10's- Trinity Jets 13 d
Flight Team 11; Hawks 6 d CC Stars 5; Williamstown 10
d Barossa 4; Sandy Creek 26 d Trinity Titans 8; Lyndoch
Wolves 15 d Trinity Lions 12.
Tuesday Night Men's: Muffin Stuffers 64 d
Purple Haze 51; Gang Green 64 d North Side Flyerz
40; Google It 47 d Black Hawke 29; Red Lions 43
d Panthers 33; Roseworthy 31 d Team Rocket 21;
CREAM 66 d Vaders 54; X-Men 60 d TZK 28; Wolves 46
d Mighty Ducks 45; Donkeys 55 d Uncle Drew 31.
Wednesday evening ladies: Brookers 65 d Wells
Girls 23; T/Birds 53 d Tangos 19; Roseworthy Black 60
d Bittys 21.
Thursday night mixed: Fruit Hoops 2 63 def Family
Feud 55; Fruit Hoops 1 64 d Inkhub 50; Black Magic
55 d Going Deep 31; Comets 70 d Its Only Social 47;
Steelers 42 d Ultim8s 39; Beamers 84 d Long Plains
VIRGINIA: Sunday's results: Race 1 - B. Wudarczyk
and L. Wilson's GALAXY SNOW d L. Bein's WIREGRASS
by 4 lengths in 15.60. Winner trained by L. Wilson.
Race 2 - L. Torpy, G. Esmond, B. Penny & K. Hassan
SCREAMIN'd. M. Wilton's LIGHT BEER by 1.5 lengths
in 15.89. Race 3 - Winner trained by R. Fewings. Race
3 - L. Bein's BOGIE YATES d P. & J. Hurley's EMERLEY
COLT by 2 lengths in 15.67. Winner trained by B.
Rawlings. Race 4 - R. Fewings' RAJA'S GREEN MAN d
P. & J. Hurley's EMERLEY STREET by 8 lengths in 15.50.
Winner trained by R. Fewings. Race 5 - P. Kruger's BIG
MERC d W. Sebastyan's LAKE BURLEY in 15.51. Winner
trained by S. Laffin. Race 6 - M. Louth's VAIL d C. & R.
Christensen's BLUTIGAROO by 10 lengths in 15.40.
Winner trained by R. Parry.
BAROSSA VALLEY: Tuesday's results: A grade
winner- G. Potter -1. B grade winner: J. McAuley +1.
Ball winners- J. Bird 0, J. Heuzenroeder 0, M. Dunn -1.
Thursday's results: winner- G. Burgess +1. Runner-
up- M. Perks. Ball winners- G. Taylor 0, P. McCarthy 0, P.
Temme -1, A. Maynard -1, J. Raynor -1, R. Kraft -1.
Saturday's results: A grade- B. Perry 72, P. McCarthy
74, M. O'Brien 75, T. Cowgill 76, S. Siegele 76, G.
Pearson 77. B grade- J. Gumm 72, S. Miller 75, D.
Venning 75, R. Harbord 76, R. Hampel 76, K. Turnbull
76, G. Young 77. C grade- P. Graetz 72, C. Hughes 73, I.
Cartwright 74, T. Chiverton 74, G. Johnson 75, T. Stone
76. Ladies- T. Ross 69, J. Heuzenroeder 69, P. Chiverton
70.Team Championship: semi-finals- Piston Broke
125 (P. Baldwin/K. Winton/C. Linden/C. Campbell/
C. Berndt/G. Mundy/D. Venning) d Foreplay 119 (J.
Harris/D. McDonell/R. Harcourt/J. Kurtz/G. Maxted/
P. Heffernan/M. Wilson/D. Raethel); Sunrise 133 (D.
Trinne/N. Ward/D. Wall) d Cheetahs 84 (P. McCarthy/T.
Cowgill/C. Hughes/P. Cox/T. Wall/S. Siegele/J. Biggins).
Ladies' Stableford- G. Potter 36 points, L. Polito 32.
Midweek Competition- J. Viergever 37 points, D.
Thursday Stableford results- R. Flett 41 points, R.
Clarke 37, G. Frew 36, N. Orr 35, P. Robinson 35.
Saturday's results- club championship round 1:
Overall- S. Dowling nett 65. A grade- D. Stewart 70. B
grade- S. Dowling 65. C Grade- C. Ramsay 68. Ladies-
K. Young 76. Ball winners- A. Long 69, A. Goodchild 70
on c/b, T. Pipicella 70 on c/b, D. Gregory 70, T. Korber
71, D. Hubber 71, R. Kilmier 71, P. Heffernan 72, D.
Goodwin 72, C. Noack 72, P. Dowling 72, A. Kopania
72, M. Baker 73, P. Pogas 73, T. Carter 73, H. Smits 73
Sunday's results- P. Roberts 36 points, H. Daw 35.
HAMLEY BRIDGE: Thursday Stableford results- D.
Branson 41 on c/b, J. Riley 41, B. Hinderwell 40, M.
Grasby 39, K. Kluske 39, R. Mortimer 37, A. Noack 37,
B. Charman 36, W. Van Pelt 35, B. Schwartz 33.
Saturday's results: Overall- I. Goddard +10, B.
Cooper +4. A grade- I. Goddard +10, R. Hahn +2, B.
Shwartz +2, J. Bell +1. B grade- B. Zerna +2, C. Doudle
-3. C Grade- B. Cooper + 4.
KAPUNDA: Thursday's results: 1st G. Carter. 2nd B.
Lee. 3rd J. Semmler. o o o
MOUNT PLEASANT & DISTRICT: Fran Henschke
trophy stroke competition results: J. Jaensch 74 on
c/b, K. Franklin 74, D. Watkins 80.
Saturday's results: A grade- D. Swann 72, R. Haaren
73, P. Turvey 75, A. Kneebone 76, J. Zerk 77, D.
McQueen 77, J. Hill 77.o o o
TANUNDA PINES: Saturday's results: Overall- B.
Andrews 41 points. A grade- J. Agar 35, M. Campbell
32. B grade- D. Lane 36, M. Rodda 35. C grade- B.
Andrews 41, R. Homburg 39. Ladies- J. Jeffries 37, P.
Henschke 32. Run down- J. Marsden 36, J. Sonntag
36, A. Coutie 35, D. Forrest 34, T. Schmaal 33, D. Cock
TWO WELLS: Saturday's results: A Grade- J. Ball 39, R.
Grigg 36, S. Grigg 35, A. Baker, R. Hogg, I. Smith 34, P.
Shields 29. B Grade- S. Kelly 39, I. Clark 36, J. Weir 35, J.
Spackman 34, D. Thompson 34, R. Prior 33, M. Dimasi
32, H. Linford 31, C. Barker, I. Telfer 30. Women- E.
Grigg, J. Holland 34. o o o
STARPLEX: Monday ladies: Div 1 & 2- Yeah Good
Thanks d Jokers; Wild Turkeys 42 d Purple 26;
Divas 28 d Trinity Old Scholars 22; Mauve It 21 d
Jelly Butts 5. Div 3- Divas 28 d Trinity Old Scholars
22; Benchwarmers 30 d Ladybirds 17; Roseworthy
Ultimate Netballers 37 d Laurlis Team 13; Roseworthy
Vetballers 34 d Fruit Tingles 19; Them 36 d Prezel
Ninjas 16; All Saints 15 d TOSNC 14.
Tuesday evening mixed: Falcons 32 def Drop It
In 15; TNT 28 d Golden Vipers 13; Pink Paws 25 d
Demons 18; Happy Hour 30 d TLL 11; Ashleys Angels
24 d Win Some Lose Some 11; Vipers 28 d Netvets 18.
Wednesday evening ladies: Escapees 42 d Wild
Cats 39; Lollipops 27 d Accidents Happen 10; Roses
& Thorns 39 d Fruit Loops 15; Family Affairs 24 d Girl
Power 14; St George's 33 d TV Snacks 24; Hot Stuff 32
d Wild Turkeys 27.
Wednesday evening mixed: Michaels + 5 32 d
Jekylls Angels 18; Interceptacons 34 d Ball Huggers
24; Denton + 6 27 d The Rejuvenated Rebels 14;
United Tigers 46 d Team D 3; No Idea 28 d Incomplete
4. Friday daytime ladies: Wasleys 49 d Pink Ladies 14;
LadyBirds 35 d Mixed Bag 12; Mummas 34 d Dribs &
Drabs 26; Can't Decide 23 drew with Brookers 23.
CHATEAU DORRIEN: Saturday's results-
L. Roud/J. Ingram/D. MacKinnon d J. Rex/L. Randall/
J. Gejas 13-7; G. Head/R. Mitchell d B. Saunders/S.
Wilson 13-12; D. MacKinnon, A. Marsac (visitor) d R.
Mitchell/B. Saunders 13-10; G. Head/I. MacKinnon/S.
Wilson d J. Ingram/L. Roud/J. Gejas 13-12; A. Marsac/
D. MacKinnon/J. Ingram d B. Saunders/I. MacKinnon/
S. Wilson 13-8; R. Mitchell/G. Head d L. Roud/J. Gejas
BAROSSA VALLEY: The Twins 10 bird special results:
A. F. Brown 1047.051 mt/min, G. Rayment 955.949
The Twins open results: A. F. Brown 1033.017
mt/min, B. Woollatt 1007.514 mt/min, G. Rayment
978.271 mt/min, L. Rayment 956.601. mt/min.
KAPUNDA: Excell Shield 700 yards: Kapunda team:
Target Rifle (Max 100.20)- A. Helbig, 48.03, 46.02,
94.05. G. Davies, 48.02, 43.03, 91.05. S. Barrie, 46.02,
44.04, 90.06. P. Dayman, 44.01, 46.01, 90.02. D. Pumpa,
45.02, 44.00, 89.02. L. Mullins, 42.00, 46.01, 88.01.
D. Lindner, 41.02, 41.01, 82.03. J. Cawthorne, 37.01,
40.02, 77.03. F Standard (Max 120.20)-A. Small, 54.02,
55.04, 109.06. S. Smithson, 52.02, 56.02, 108.04. P.
Larsen, 49.01, 59.03, 108.04. B. Kalleske, 53.01, 55.02,
108.03. A. Foden, 52.01, 52.01, 104.02. S. Larsen, 52.01,
51.01, 103.02. M. Lagana, 48.00, 54.00, 102.00.
Murray Bridge team: Target Rifle (Max 100.20)- G.
Traeger, 48.02, 49.06, 97.08. R. Paech, 47.04, 45.03,
92.07. Janelle Traeger, 45.00, 47.03, 92.03. G. Harrison,
46.01, 45.05, 91.06. Jazz Traeger, 45.02, 45.03, 90.05. D.
McDonald, 42.00, 45.02, 87.02. B. Love, 38.01, 47.01,
85.02. F Standard (Max 120.20)- J. Caspers, 53.00,
59.02, 112.02. J. Cranwell, 53.01, 56.04, 109.05. F.
Marshall, 49.02, 53.02, 102.04. P. Casley, 45.00, 51.00,
96.00. F Open (Max 120.20)- J. Paximadis, 57.04,
56.02, 113.06. D. Meehan, 56.04, 55.04, 111.08. J.
Shobbrook, 55.02, 56.03, 111.05.
GAWLER & DISTRICT: A grade- Toecutters 13-
39 (G. Jenkins, B. McLean, J. McLean, T. Nicholls) d
Lyndoch Gold 1-5 (G. Carmichael, A. Smith, G. Brown,
R. Bell); Wasleys 11-35 (R. Buckby, H. Szulc, T. Lee, L.
Bubner) d Kangaroo Flat 3-18 (D. Roe, J. Crossling,
K. Schoneweiss, H. Sands); Lyndoch Green 11-34
(A. Bender, K. Jermey, D. Lindner, J. Koch) d Gawler
Gunnas 3-14 (S. Smith, K. Desmond, S. Barlow, G.
Smith). B grade- New Gens 10-31 (T. Wall, H. Harvey,
B. Wall, J. Mollart) d Gawler South 4-13 (S. Robinson,
B. Pascoe, L. Habel, K. Hardwick); Lutheran 8-28 (K.
Krieg, C. Woithe, D. Korber, B. Tieste) d Outlaws 6-29
(G. Humphreys, P. Dawson, J. Hamden, G. O'Keefe). C
grade- Kangaroo Flat White 7-25 (A. Shaw, H. Bubner,
M. Malycha) d Kangaroo Flat Gold 4-15 (R. Chenoweth,
D. Hutson, N. Chenoweth); Blood Or Nothing 7-25 (K.
Wright, R. Modra, M. Wright) d Kangaroo Flat Green
4-17 (K. Roe, M. Mander, L. Collins, J. Tucker); Lyndoch
Legends 7-26 (C. Carmody, S. Carmody, A. Newton, T.
Carmody) d GT Smashers 4-16 (A. Miller, N. Camilleri,
H. Walsh, R. Blewett); Easy Riders 6-21 (G. O'Keefe,
T. Sommerville, B. Mortimer) d Shockwaves 5-15 (J.
Vanicky, M. Brunato, S. Willis).
"THE BUNYIP" GAWLER, SPORT, Wednesday, September 10, 2014 Page 7
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FOOTBALL: Another perfect spring day for sport
at the second semi-final played at Freeling on
The club was well represented with six netball
teams playing and three football sides taking the
The day started at the oval when our under 15s
took on Barossa District.
Our lads got out of the blocks well and played
fast open football, holding sway all match.
The Tigers finished the match off easily and ran
out comfortable winners by 39 points.
Brandon Acton was best for the Tigers.
Others to play well were Trey Mason, Josh
Denton, Cameron Tagg, Riley Goodfellow and Brad
The reserves then belted Willaston by 36 points.
Right from the first bounce, the Tigers outran
Getting first use of the ball by youngster Tyson
Duffield in ruck, the midfield led by Kyle Wurst
tore the Willaston defence to pieces and the game
was really over by half-time.
Kyle Wurst was clearly best on ground and others
to play well for the Tigers were Ryan Wenham,
Dylan Bell, Steven Gladigau, Aaron Fox and Lee
The day only got better when the As took the
field against the Donnybrooks.
The Tigers ran the football forward with great
precision and had a comfortable margin at
The second half was a one-horse race when the
Tigers poured the pressure on and kicked away
The margin of 45 points wasn't a true reflection
of the game as the Tigers had 15 more scoring
shots over the course of the match.
Daniel Stanley was easily the Tigers' best player
followed by Craig Jamar, who manfully took on
the Donnybrooks' big men, Kalon Heintze, Brad
Hunt, Andrew Wright, Matt Gibson and Clint Hill.
Over at the courts, the day started out with our
two undefeated junior sides, who continued their
winning streak, both teams playing great netball
-- junior twos defeating Willaston 51-27 and junior
ones defeating Freeling 52-35.
Our inter two team played against Willaston
and were defeated, so they now get to use their
second chance in next week's preliminary final.
So do our senior five and six sides, who also did
not win, but with a week to work on things, should
be able to turn things around next week.
Our undefeated senior four side played a fast-
paced game against South Gawler to win 50-38.
This coming Saturday we have the preliminary
final at Willaston.
At 9am our sub junior two team plays, followed
at 10am by inter two and then, in the afternoon,
the senior sixes play at 1.15pm and both senior
three and five at 2.45pm.
Club Person(s) of the Week are Kym Nicholls and
September 12 - Mini junior presentation night at
the club (6pm), September 13 - Preliminary final at
TENNIS: The grand finalists for the Playford
Invitational Night Tennis have all but been decided
after Nuriootpa beat Playford 3-2 last Thursday.
Ben Toor won both his singles against Dylan
Sharman and Nathan Pope to give Playford some
hope, but Nuri won the other two singles against
Kai Knox and the important doubles rubber to seal
Undefeated Mawson Lakes continued its
rampage with a 5-0 win over Trinity.
Another exciting clash saw The Grove beat
Elizabeth 3-2, with Chris Toft's 30-27 singles
success over Liz Pinnock the crucial rubber.
Games are played at the Bicentennial Courts,
Elizabeth Vale, 7pm on Thursdays.
The two-person teams play two singles each and
a double, with matches decided by the first to 30
points, with at least a two-point advantage.
GOLF: Last Saturday, John Mitchell, who is a
previous winner, won the 2014 club championship
on the 38th hole against Bradley Zerna in a game
that virtually took all day in one of the closest
matches since John Nairn defeated John Bell
finishing on the same hole years ago.
While it would be disappointing for Zerna, one
could say we all learn from losses and there is
no doubt the current course record-holder will
take it on board and will become better for the
Bob Hinderwell, who has recently retired and is
playing more golf and reaping the rewards, won
the B grade defeating Wim Van Pelt, a winner of
many match-play events, 4/3.
While in the C grade, George Dahlitz, a winner on
two previous occasions, defeated a former B-grade
champion, Ron Smith, 5/3.
GOLF: What a fantastic day of golf it turned out
to be last weekend for the monthly medal stroke
The weather was as perfect as you could want
and the course was in immaculate condition, once
No-one enjoyed the day more than young Jarrad
Hughes, who is always up early and one of the first
groups onto the tee block.
Hughes had one of those rounds most of us only
dream about, shooting 69 off the stick, including a
hole in one on the fifth.
The powers to be are still to confirm whether
the score is a new course record on the course as
it now plays.
Great effort, the score was always in the making
for such a clean ball-striker.
Josh Mosey also had a pearler of a day, parring
the course and earning himself a win in the A
grade by a comfortable margin.
His nett 69 was three ahead of John Shephard
and one more ahead of big-hitting Bert Pearce.
Lucas Bagshaw is another early starter and he
shot a 70 to claim a three-shot lead in the B grade
ahead of 'Poppa' Watson and Brad James.
Watson's round included a dubious (according
to his playing partners) eagle on the 18th after he
James was playing with Mosey, so there was
some great golf between them.
The C grade was won by veteran leftie Milton
Martin by just the one shot from Damien 'Chippy'
Trotta, who was also just the one shot up on Jim
Nine fillies ventured out and it was house-sitter
Jeanette Venhoek, with an excellent 66, who took
the voucher ahead of Carole Molloy on 69.
Thursday's field was back up to 20 last week and
Brian Lee was the pick of the bunch in a countback
with John Semmler after both finished on 35
Tim Scheer also had a pretty good day with 35.
Not very often you see A graders raise the bat
but Pete Morrison was a worthy winner of the
encouragement award last week.
I am guessing he spent a lot of time at the beach
as a lad going by the fun he seemed to be having
in the sand at the ninth.
The last semi-final of the Dave Forrest "Top
Dog" matchplay was completed with Troy Sires
knocking in a 'monster' birdie putt on the last to
pip the 'Pres' Craig Sutherland one up.
It was getting a bit close for Sires in the end after
he was four up with three to play.
He will now be up against Paul O'Reilley in the
final. Should be a great contest.
This week Mick McCarthy is sponsoring a
GOLF: Mid North Junior Golf Academy
Kapunda played host to the 17 juniors at the end
Well done to everyone out there, it was great to
see so many players.
The results for nine holes (150m) saw Josh
Mowbray, with 59 nett 14, win from Mitchell
Radzevicius, with 54 nett 16, and Aish Wake, with
49 nett 18.
Novelty events of NTP (second shot) on fifth
went to Connor Barnett, who shot to the green in
Long drive on the sixth went to Mitchell
Full nine-hole results saw David Abbott, with 69
nett 33, the winner, followed by Lachlan Griffiths,
65 nett 34, Felix Stokoe, 72 nett 36, on a countback
from brother Jasper.
There were no takers for the novelty events this
The results for 18 holes saw Josh Gumm, with 83
nett 69, win from Justin Woods, 101 nett 73, on a
countback from Noah Barnett, 105 nett 73.
Nearest the pin on the fifth went to Josh Gumm
and longest drive on the sixth went to Justin
Thanks go to Maurie Woods for cooking the
barbecue breakfast and sausage-sizzle lunch.
Our next competition is on September 28 at
This competition will also determine the top
four for the 18 holes to play off for the Ian Watson
Future Champions Trophy in handicap match plays
in October and November.
BOWLS: On the last Sunday of August, members
and intending players were treated to a coaching
afternoon led by John Hill, of Gawler, who gave
the group advice on the basics of good bowling
practices gleaned from years of personal
After his initial advice, John, with the assistance
of club president Peter March, set out a super
course of game practises to further perfect our
These training set-ups will be incorporated
into our practice sessions for the pennant season
beginning next month.
Mallala Bowling Club president Peter March
(centre) and Gawler's John Hill impart bowls
wisdom at Mallala.
Playford's Ben Toor eyes o the opposition at
Sunday's Playford Invitational tennis night.
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