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THE Gawler Bowling Club had a mixed
week on the greens, with its premier
one side going down in a fighting 83-
103 contest with Holdfast Bay, while its
major and metro teams notched wins.
Shane Bevin's rink played brilliantly to
notch the club's only win, 22-20, against
Holdfast Bay in the premier one division,
with the remaining three teams gallant in
The Gawler men's teams suffered a nar-
row 107-108 loss to Elizabeth in the major
north division, with the results mixed in the
In the men's division one north metro,
West Lakes was too good for Gawler, notch-
ing a dominant 93-57, while in division
three north metro Gawler's men snared a
strong 62-44 win over Para Hills.
The women's major league north side
dominated Munno Para, winning 66-45,
largely helped by Jenny Brimage's rink,
which scored an emphatic 29-9 win.
The division one east metro women
scored an even bigger 85-42 win over Hope
Valley White, with Judith Jones' rink lead-
ing the way with an impressive 34-10 vic-
The women's division one north metro
sides were unable to follow suit, losing 37-
62½ to Munno Para.
In Saturday's pennants matches, the divi-
sion one north metro team recorded a com-
fortable 82-58 win over Modbury, led by
Matthew Ransom's rink's 21-8 win, while
the division two north side lost to Para Hills
WEDNESDAY MEN RESULTS
MAJOR LEAGUE NORTH DIVISION: Elizabeth d Gawler 108-
107 (M. Ransom, A. Skuse, P. McConnell 27-25; I. Greenshields, B.
Lacey, P. Betton 35-13; I. Dinham, J. Bubner 18-17; M. Koziol, K.
Reynolds, I. Cameron, J. Scholes 17-24; G. Brooks, D. Heathfield, P.
Marsden, J. Hill 10-29).
METRO LEAGUE DIVISION ONE NORTH: West Lakes d Gawler
93-57 (B. Wilton, J. Barlow, W. Horgan, W. James 13-21; W. Wagner, P.
Rogers, R. Warland, D. Turner 17-22; M. Ayris, R. Fritz, N. Robinson. K.
Branson 9-31; I. Goodrich, E. Palmer, B. Smith, P. Jones 18-19).
METRO LEAGUE DIVISION THREE NORTH: Gawler d Para
Hills 62-44 (L. Cram, T. Drummond, T. Betton, J. Hamilton 29-13; M.
Selleck, R. Cummings, K. Edwards, M. Wilkins 19-17; P. Smith, H.
Alvaro, B. Boyd, B. Barker 14-14).
THURSDAY WOMEN RESULTS
MAJOR LEAGUE NORTH DIVISION: Gawler d Munno Para
66-45 (S. Branson, M. Lacey, T. Scholes, K. Moncrieff 18-20; J. Brimage,
M. Jacob, K. Skuse, T. Dean 29-9; J. Clinch, E. Heyworth, D. Warland, M.
METRO LEAGUE DIVISION ONE EAST: Gawler d Hope Valley
White 85-42 (R. Koziol, D. Moncrieff, R. Tainsh, J. Allwood 25-19; A.
Mason, F. Smith, V. Clark, D. Hamp 26-13; J. Jones, M. May, J. Ross, J.
METRO LEAGUE DIVISION ONE NORTH: Munno Para d
Gawler 37-62½ (M. Graetz, J. Hamilton, M. Selleck, M. Bateman 15-
16½; S. Raggio, I. Goodrich, J. Sims, G. Cliff 12-32; H. Alvaro, J. Marsh,
N. Mitchell, K. Buckley 10-14).
PREMIER LEAGUE DIVISION ONE: Holdfast Bay d Gawler
103-83 (G. Brooks, I. Dinham, D. Hunter, S. Bevin 22-20; K. Skuse, T.
Hatcher, P. Reimann, D. Kubisch 18-27; A. Skuse, I. Greenshields, D.
Mackereth, P. McConnell 21-29; B. Hnatyszyn, P. Marsden, J. Hill, R.
METRO LEAGUE DIVISION ONE NORTH: Gawler d Modbury
82-58 (B. Lacey, G. Hooper, T. Scholes, J. Scholes 15-22; K. Reynolds,
D. Heathfield, T. Dean, W. James 23-16; J. Hammill, P. Betton, M.
Heffernan, A. Lipsys 23-12; M. Ransom, J. Alvaro, J. Mills, R. Kirby 21-8).
METRO LEAGUE DIVISION TWO NORTH: Para Hills d Gawler
91-76 (W. Wagner, R. Warland, B. Smith, P. Jones 19-20; I. Goodrich, E.
Palmer, E. Hutchinson, I. Cameron 21-30; M. Ayris, G. Hiney, G. Nussey,
B. Morgan 19-14; M. Koziol, J. Ross, D. Warland, K. Branson 17-27).
METRO LEAGUE DIVISION FOUR NORTH: Gawler won by
Gawler skipper Peter McConnell bowls during his teams premier league division one match against
Holdfast Bay on Saturday. INSET: Gawler's Alf Skuse watches intently as his bowl curls its way down the
green during Saturday's premier league division one match against Holdfast Bay. PHOTOS: Mary Ackers
Mixed start for Gawler
Nuri wins bowls GF rematch
"Henry's a left footer, too, so that was the other
big bonus as well, we don't really have a lot of left
footers," Reeves said.
"Ribbons is really hard and tough and wins it
in close, and doesn't waste it; he's a really nice ball
Slattery has taken up full-time work in the Baros-
sa and plans to move into the wine industry after
graduating with a degree in viticulture at the end
of the year.
The former Bomber has connections with the
Tigers through Jay Nash, a former team-mate at
Essendon, and also forward Jack Scholz, who he
knows through university.
Ribbons, who spent 2014 with Mannum in the
River Murray Football League, is a former South
Australian state under-18 representative.
Reeves said the club preference was to recruit
players with ties to the club.
"Rather than getting someone that we don't
know, they come in with real connections and
have an affiliation with the club already before they
come," Reeves said.
"But they both fit the bill of what we wanted."
Nuriootpa is also confident it will sign utility
Sam Haniford, who left the Tigers at the end of
2013 to play for his home side, Woodville South,
where he won this year's best and fairest.
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AFL star leads
NURIOOTPA triumphed in its grand
final rematch against Tanunda at
home in the Barossa & Light Bowling
Association opening round, recording
a comfortable 108-73 win.
The club could not have hoped for
a better start to its 2014/15 campaign,
which will see it shoot for three straight
Nuriootpa won two of its four rinks
for the afternoon, with one resulting in a
draw, highlighted by a massive 38-18 win
to Adam Forbes.
Stu Allen was Nuri's other big winner
for the day, playing well against Tanunda's
Peter Baverstock to notch a 29-17 victory.
Lyndoch shot out of the blocks to begin
its season with a convincing 133-62 win
over Freeling on its home deck on Satur-
Lyndoch won all four rinks for the af-
ternoon, most by an easy margin, with the
biggest scalp going to David Hausler who
cruised to a massive 35-9 win.
Eudunda started its summer campaign
with a solid 111-80 win over Kapunda.
The club lost just one of its four rinks,
with a close 26-27 result going in favour
of Kapunda's Greg Cruickshank, but held
on to win all matches for the day.
There were a couple of tight contests
in division two, most notably the match
between Tanunda and Angaston Blue that
ended with the latter winning in a nail-
biting 79-78 finish.
Only four points separated Nuriootpa
Green and Kapunda, with Nuri holding
on to win 65-61.
The remaining matches were all decided
by more than 10 points.
-- Grady Hudd
Eudunda 111 d Kapunda 80: C. Jones 27 d J. Hanns 16; R.
Ellis 28 d K. Watters 14; A. Pfitzner 30 d I. Otterspoor 23;
G. Cruickshank 27 d G. Prior 26.
Nuriootpa 108 d Tanunda 78: W. Williams 21 drew B.
Pech 21; S. Allen 29 d P. Baverstock 17; A. Forbes 38 d T.
Liersch 18; T. Edwards 22 d G. Langley 20.
Lyndoch 133 d Freeling 62: H. Sykes 38 d S. Marslen 19;
T. Noble 31 d J. Grantham 18; C. Rule 29 d T. Heinjus 16;
D. Hausler 35 d L. Ryan 9.
Nuriootpa Green 65 d Kapunda 61: I. Klaebe 23 d B.
O'Reilly 14; B. Booth 23 d K. North 21; R. Gill 24 d N.
Freeling 70 d Nuriootpa Black 56: T. Wellington 35 d M.
Sims 11; H. Roberts 24 d L. Goedecke 19; A. Fyfe 21 d T.
Angaston Blue 79 d Tanunda 78: D. Grear 28 d K.
Renshaw 24; M. Teakle 29 d N. Jaensch 26; M. Elsworthy
26 d B. Wallace 24.
Lyndoch 88 d Nuriootpa Gold 56: P. Collyer 24 drew R.
Plant 24; J. Sharratt 39 d M. Nolan 11; B. Allan 25 d N.
Angaston White 75 d Eudunda 52: I. Elsworthy 32 d R.
Milde 14; B. Teakle 22 d R. Hams 15; J. Milde 23 d K.
Brook 21. DIVISION THREE
Angaston 72 d Eudunda 61: F. Bain 26 d G. Schutz 23; D.
Pope 23 d Z. Horvath 21; I. Philp 25 d R. Feigert 15.
Kapunda Black 71 d Nuriootpa Black 50.25: K. McDonald
21 drew P. Dobbin 21; G. Campbell 30 d D. Dalton 15; A.
Thiele 20 d L. Wilkinson 14.25.
Nuriootpa Gold 61 d Tanunda 57: H. Rohrlach 23 d P.
Hughes 19; R. Blaser 21 d G. Rainsford 12; P. Knight 22 d
R. Leske 21.
Lyndoch 113 d Freeling 31: J. Allwood 43 d S. Pagett 12;
D. Turvey 38 d S. Secomb 10; A. Turvey 32 d W. Pitt 9.
Tanunda Black 75 d Eudunda White 52: G. Schutz 22 d R.
Schneider 19; D. Heidenreich 23 d G. Prior 20; D. Schiller
33 d P. Dickenson 10.
Nuriootpa Gold 57 d Kapunda Red 49: W. Williams 23 d
G. Redden 15; B. Randall 18 d C. Sunman 17; J. Trotta 17
d J. Bell 16.
Lyndoch Blue 64 d Nuriootpa Black 58: R. Mattschoss
23 d T. Noble 21; T. Drummond 22 d G. Langley 14; B.
Howell 21 drew R. Grope 21.
Freeling 59 d Angaston White 46: F. Thomas 21 d G.
Maynard 13; J. Grantham 21 d H. Schmied 11; T. Mullins
25 d M. Schutz 14.
Tanunda White 93 d Eudunda Red 48: J. Garrett 30 d R.
Ellis 20; P. Baverstock 37 d M. Schutz 10; T. Edwards 26 d
G. Mitev 18.
Nuriootpa Green 86 d Kapunda Black 33: I. Klaebe 25 d
R. Mewett 15; A. Wilkinson 26 d B. Phillips 12; R. Garrett
35 d P. Voumard 6.
Lyndoch Gold 57 d Nuriootpa Blue 43: H. Sykes 23 d D.
Wilson 11; R. Turnbull 15 d D. Hausler 13; K. Boyle 21 d
R. Chapman 17. LADIES
Angaston Blue 41 drew Tanunda White 41: J. Stephens
25 d G. Armstrong 11; M. Elsworthy 30 d M. Hurst 16.
Tanunda Black 47 d Angaston White 37: K. Wallace 24 d
J. Argent 20; M. Meertens 23 d E. Argent 17.
Nuriootpa Gold 51 d Eudunda Red 30: D. Baker 25 d P.
Dutschke 15; V. Bessell 26 d M. Nietschke 15.
Nuriootpa Black 47 d Eudunda White 25: H. Roberts 33 d
B. Marshall 13; M. Nolan 14 d J. Milde 12.
Freeling 40 drew Lyndoch Gold 40: M. Sharratt 25 d K.
Swanson 13; L. Mullins 27 d D. Jones 15.
Kapunda Red 50 d Kapunda Black 31: H. Sexton 31 d R.
Scoot 12; S. Franks 19 drew C. Doecke 19.
Freeling's Ben Massey steadies to deliver his bowl at
Lyndoch on Saturday.
PHOTOS: Mary Ackers
Former Essendon, and Port Adelaide Magpies,
player Henry Slattery has signed with Nuriootpa
for the 2015 Barossa, Light & Gawler Football
Freeling's Lyell Ryan delivers a bowl against
Lyndoch skipper David Hausler.
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