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STARplex: Monday Men - Rattlers d Phils
Team 44-41, Run & Gun d Shakers 76-58,
Hurricanes d Wizards 53-35, Swamp Dawgs
d Shooting Bricks 35-20, Turbos Drew
OrlagoBujic 57-57, Beard of Chuck d M&Ms
46-36, Cunning Stunts d Wolverines 55-53.
Tuesday Juniors - Under 8's - Bulls d
Hope C 21-3, Trinity Silver d St Bridgets 10-9,
Lyndoch Wovles d St Bridgets Saints 12-
0, Warriors d Hope A 22-0, Trinity White d
Trinity Red 8-1. Under 10's - Hawks d Hope
B 17-5, Barossa Bulldogs Red d Hope A 20-
4, Trinity Brown d St Bridgets 8-5, Barossa
Bulldogs Blue d Sandy Creek 14-10, Trinity
Jets d Trinity Green 10-2.
Tuesday Night Men's - Hoopless d Mighty
Ducks 71-44, Google It d Top Deck 65-49,
TZK d Red Lions 41-31, Donkeys d Vaders
54-38, X-Men d Bad Intentions 51-50, Muffin
Stuffers d Gang Green 54-40, Tiapans d
Wolves 55-48, C.R.E.A.M d Uncle Drew 63-
34, Team Rocket d Tanks 38-19.
GAWLER: Men's Division Results.
Wanderers won on forfeit to Barflyz 7-0,
Spot On d Enigmas 8-7, Wooden Spoons
won on forfeit to Dart Sydrome 7-0. Mixed
Division results: Ravens d B & B's 7-4, MATS
won on forfeit to Rebels 7-0. Ladies' Division
- Angels d Saints 7-4.
ADELAIDE PLAINS & BAROSSA: Frost
Sims Trophy Results: A Grade - S. Porter
(Gawler) 37, R. Elliot (Highercombe) 35, R.
Thompson (Waikerie) 34, L. Grafton (Two
Wells) 33, C. Berry (Renmark) 33, J. Merritt
(Swan Reach) 32, A. Penn (Penfield) 32, B.
Sawyer (Gawler) 30, P. Robinson (Gawler)
30, D. Wilson (Highercombe) 27, C. Decelis
(Gawler) 27. B Grade - K. Turffrey (Penfield)
36, R. Chabrel (Barmera) 35, A. Giles (Loxton)
34, I. Smith (Two Wells) 32, T. Dowling
(Gawler) 31, G. Halls (Barmera) 30, R. Minns
(Barmera) 29, R. Knight (Renmark) 27, B.
Lee (Kapunda) 27, J. Riley (Hamley Bridge)
27. C Grade - H. Moyle (Waikerie) 32, P.
Jones (Penfield) 32, B. Portlock (Gawler) 31,
B. Lithgoe (Barossa Valley) 30, S. Demaria
(Penfield) 30, F. Trimboli (Penfield) 30, K.
Bubner (Islington Works) 29, E. Manning
(Hamley Bridge) 29, D. Wyer (Gawler) 27, C.
Swarts (Swan Reach) 26, W. Isgar (Hamley
Bridge) 26. o o o
BAROSSA VALLEY: Tuesday Par results: A
grade B. Baird+ 4, B grade -- T. Love 0. Ball
winners -- P. Homburg +2, B. Both +2.
Thursday's par results: R. Kraft +5, T. Stone
+3, R. Hampel +2, A. Graham +2, D. Oats +2,
P. Frazer +2, M. Perks +1, A. Strawbridge 0.
Saturday's Stableford results: A grade
-- R. Higgins 37, S. Kurtz 36, L. Collins 35,
M. George 35, D. Johnson 35, K. Winton
34. B grade -- A. Gardner 42, J. Kurtz 38, S.
Miller 38, R. Whisson 37, P. Steele 36, P. Cox
36. C grade -- C. Hughes 37, A. Thompson
37, P. Frazer 35, G. Johnson 35, P. Pavlovich
35, G. Maxted 35, I. Cartwright 34. Ladies
Competition: B. Baird 39, S. Turnbull 38, P.
Chiverton 37. o o o
GAWLER: Midweek results: D. Rogers (c/b)
Thursday's stableford results: J. Wozniak
45 points, R. Roy 41, D. Hurley (c/b) 39, C.
Swinstead 39, R. Clarke 38, J. Griffiths 38,
S. Jeffery 37, J. Williams 37, R. Sawyer 37, P.
Heffernan 37, R. Hall 37.
Saturday's 4BBB results: 4Ball -- G. Frew. H.
Mckerney 48 points, T. Porter/J. Reaney 47. A
grade -- T. Jensen 40, F. Stallbom 39, G. Long
38. B grade -- G. Frew c/b 40, C. Mckenzie c/b
40, J. Wozniak 40. C grade -- J. Reaney 39, E.
Richardson c/b 37, H. Mckerney 37.
Sunday's results: M. Moate (c/b) 38
points, T. Holt 38, G. Collins 37.
KAPUND: Vice-President's Trophy results:
Winner -- P. O'Reilly 67. A Grade: M. Watson
68, R. Minett, D. Carson 69, J. Shephard 70. B
Grade: M. Dew 67, S. Spencer 68, Y. Frencken,
L. Bagshaw 70. C Grade: J. Woods, D. Davies,
T. Moritz 69, D. Bashford 70. Ladies: C. Molloy
73, J. Morrison 79, V. Wilson 80.
Saturday's results: Wnner: T. Sires 68. A
Grade: J. Hughes 70, L. Durdin, M. Watson
71, M. Dew, D. Arch 72. B Grade: S. Watson
70, G. Jones, T. Richardson, G. Hambour 71.
C Grade: J. Woods 69, D. Trotta, S. Waters
70, D. Bashford, R. Jones, P. Hill 71. Ladies: C.
Perry 73, C. Molloy 75, T. Sweet 77.
MOUNT PLEASANT: Wednesday results: P.
Gladigau 34, S. Sullivan 32, A. Kneebone 32,
T. Lehmann 31, P. Turvey 30, T. Mitchell 29, P.
Flatmann 29, P. Boucher 28, L. Reichstein 27,
N. Wilson 26, S. Benin 23, D. Rixon 20.
Saturday's stableford results: R. Haaren
37 points, S. Sullivan 33, N. Wilson 33, D.
McQueen 33, D. Higgins 32, S. Tregenza 32.
STARplex: Monday ladies - Div 1 & 2 -
Mauve It d Trinity Old Scholars 45-26, Yeah
Good Thanks d Divas 37-24, Wild Turkeys d
Div 3 - Ladybirds d Pretzel Ninjas
30-14, All Saints d Fruit Tingles 33-28,
Benchwarmers d Laurlis Team 30-16,
Roseworthy Vetballers d TOSNC 27-12.
Tuesday evening mixed -- Falcons d Slinky
All Blacks 27-26, Demons d Netvets 39-8, Win
Some Lose Some d TLL 21-18, Vipers d Golden
Vipers 19-17, Happy Hour d Pink Paws 26-24,
Drop It In d Ashleys Angels 23-22.
Wednesday Juniors -- Primarys - Barossa
Districts 1 d Trinity Maroon 13-0, Trinity
Purple d Trinity Red 16-0, South Gawler d
Trinity Yellow 16-5, Trinity Blue d Barossa
Districts 2 6-4. Sub Junior Div 1 - Trinity
Blue d Gawler Central 30-15, Trinity Red
d Barossa Belles 27-20. Sub Junior Div 2 -
Trinity White d Trinity Orange 19-13, Barossa
Districts d Trinity Pink 15-14. Junior Div 1
- Angaston d South Gawler 24-18, Willaston
Blue d Magpies 26-17, Willaston Red d Nuri
Girls 13-11. Junior Div 2 - Trinity Red d Trinity
White 35-11, Trinity Yellow d Trinity green
24-15. Inter - Trinity Red d Willaston 21-16,
Trinity Blue d Gawler Central 26-19.
Wednesday evening ladies - Mallala d
Accidents Happen 37-7, Girl Power d Just Us
28-10, TOSNC d TV Snacks 35-17, Hot Stuff
d St George's 42-28, Wildcats d Fruit Loops
49-11, Roses & Thorns d Family Affairs 30-21.
Wednesday evening Mixed netball - Div
1 - Interceptacons d Team D 21-18, Ball
Huggers d The Other Guys 18-15, United
Tigers d Blue Nation 34-14. Div 2 - Jeykells
Angels d Denton +6.
Friday ladies' daytime netball - All Blakz
def Mixed Bag 31-18, Wasleys def Mummas
40-26, Cant Decide def Ladybirds 32-21,
Brookers def Dribs & Drabs 29-18.
SATURDAY'S RESULTS: P. Moreland/S.
Wilson/J. Gejas d B. Saunders/G. Head/R.
Mitchell 13-10; B. Saunders/R. Mitchell/
G. Head d P. Moreland/S. Wilson/J. Gejas
13-5; B. Saunders/R. Mitchell/G. Head d P.
Moreland/S. Wilson/J. Gejas 13-6.
KAPUNDA: Target Rifle (Max 100.20)
results: J. Jones 35.02, D. Lindner 44.01,
46.00, 90.01, 9.75, DNR, 17.00. D. Clarke
(Visitor) 44.01, 45.01, 89.02, NA, NA,
13.00. J. Allen 44.01, 44.01, 88.02, 3.25,
DNR, 18.01. J. Hoerisch 41.01, 46.03,
87.04, 3.25, DNR, 17.00. A. Helbig
41.01, 43.01, 84.02, 5.50, DNR, 10.00. D.
Pumpa 40.02, 42.00, 82.02, 9.50, DNR,
17.00. L. Mullins 35.01, 44.02, 79.03,
20.00, DNR, 6.00. G. Davies 41.00, 35.00,
76.00, 12.75, DNR, 12.00. P. Dayman
35.01, 38.00, 73.01, 13.25, DNR, 16.00.
F Standard (Max 120.20) -- P. Larsen
52.01, 51.03, 103.04, 12.50, DNR, 19.00.
S. Smithson 49.00, 52.01, 101.01, 15.75,
DNR, 19.00. G. Neldner 48.00, 50.00, 98.00,
18.50, DNR, 16.00. J. Taylor 46.00, 50.00,
96.00, 11.50, DNR, 19.00. A. Small 46.01,
48.01, 94.02, 25.00, DNR, 17.00. M. Lagana
43.00, 49.01, 92.01, IS, NA, 19.00.
PLAYFORD: Thursday's invitational Results:
Gawler Marvels 4-144 d Playford 1-118 (S.
Drury/S. Adams d B. Toor/M. Fay 33-31;
Drury d Toor 30-17; Adams d Fay 30-15;
Drury d Fay 30-25; Adams lost to Toor 21-
NETBALL: Gawler Central is having its
annual general meetings at the end of
The netball meeting will be held on
Wednesday, October 29, at 7.30pm
at the netball courts, while matters
relating to the sporting and football
club will be discussed on Friday,
October 31, in the clubrooms.
BOWLS: The Lower North Branch held
its opening day at Two Wells, the club
of newly appointed branch President
The attendance was disappointing
but about 40 past presidents with their
partners had an enjoyable day with a
'challenging' wind blowing across the
A warming lunch was provided by the
Two Wells club after the first game and
then a second game was played in the
President Margaret inducted new
member Barbara Miller, of Mallala.
A drawing of cards was won by Bev
Molloy, Peg Sharrat, Ian Rohde and
Bernie O'Reilley, with Steph Martin and
Geoff Redden winning the meat tray
Our next event is a match against
Southern Branch at Mallala on Monday,
November 10, to which we invite bowls
past presidents (men and women) from
Gawler, Barossa, Mid North and BWM
associations to join.
TENNIS: The third series of the
Playford Invitational Night Tennis
started with a bang last Thursday, with
Gawler Marvels looking like the team
to beat after a solid 4-1 victory over
As part of the series two premiership
with Mawson Lakes, Shane Adams and
Stephen Drury this season are playing
with the Marvels, and will often wear
T-shirts featuring heroes from the
Gawler had to fight hard from the
start of last Thursday's match, when
the Marvels held on for a 33-31 victory
in the doubles against Playford's Matt
Fay and Ben Toor.
With Drury beating Toor 30-17 and
Adams accounting for Fay 30-15 in
singles rubbers, Gawler secured the
But in the reverse singles, Toor
triumphed 30-21 against Adams, while
Drury had to fight off a big challenge
from Fay before winning 30-25.
Games are played at the Bicentennial
Courts, Elizabeth Vale, 7pm on
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
RIFLE: Numbers were up again last
Saturday with one on crutches and
others sporting injuries from bad
backs to bad tempers.
It was a hot, nasty and windy day for
all 16 shooters competing for the S. &
T. Barrie Trophy over 700 yards.
No shooter made the handicap limit
but one was close, being our 82-year-
old president D. Lindner.
He added to his birthday presents
with a great win, scoring 90.01, which
also put him top off-rifle in target rifle.
Sniper was J. Allen in TR with 18, in
F class, P. Larsen overcame mobility
issues to be top off-rifle 103.04 and J.
Taylor was sniper with 19.0.
GOLF: Seventy-seven players from 19
different clubs played the challenging
quality layout of the Gawler golf
The event incorporated the visit of
the Riverland, playing for the annual
Frost Sims Trophy, which it won.
Our next event will be held at
the Barossa Golf Club on Monday,
November 10, with an 8am shotgun
start and annual meeting afterwards.
Trinity Old Scholars
CRICKET: A great start by the Trinity
Old Scholars cricketers over the
weekend, bringing home three wins.
In the A grade at Waldeck Oval, it was
the Barrashow as Eythan Barraclough
clouted 97 -- a tired shot as he neared
the milestone proving his undoing
-- and the boys easily accounted for
Modbury, finishing the day all out for
He and skipper 'Jim' Viner-Smith (22)
had a great partnership to take the
team within victory, following a strong
platform set by the top order.
Ben Hall came in late and reminded
the opposition about their boring
batting the previous week and blasted
his way to 46, we can only assume
the lunch-time jam donuts fuelled
the field at Cabra but the lads still
came home with the points, holding
Goodwood, who never looked like
chasing the imposing 9/297, to 7/253.
Moe Walker took 3/48, while Geoff
Steele and Brad Schaper, continuing
his good all-round game, each took
The highlight of the day was Ben
Johnson bringing himself on to bowl
late in the day.
At Gawler River, the C grade played
their first game of the season and
came home with a win thanks to a top
knock by Matt Burne, who hit 80.
Matthew Brooks (15) and Hunter
Martin (20), who survived possibly the
worst hat-trick ball in history, ensured
a good target of 156 was set.
Jarryd Gurney delighted the team
with a good last-wicket innings.
In the field, it was Carl Teusner (3/23),
in his freshly laundered whites, who
took the honours with the ball, while
Brooks (3/39) and Brett Hermmann
(2/14 from eight overs) also took
multiple scalps as the home side
recorded an 11-run win.
The wins were followed by some top-
shelf hamburgers at the clubrooms
and a Reds session.
This week sees the A grade off to
Wynn Vale to take on Golden Grove,
the B grade heads to Largs to play
Port Districts, while the Super Cs face
Mawson Lakes at Gawler River.
Marvels' player Stephen Drury steels
himself to serve during his Playford
Invitational Night Tennis match last
PLAYFORD Aquatic Club had
two locally-based swimmers
achieve the remarkable feat of
breaking long-standing state re-
cords at the State Winter Swim-
ming Championships recently,
including one that was set three
Hewett's Stefanie Scherwitzel
smashed Olympian Anna McVann's
30-year state 200m freestyle record
by nearly three seconds, while One
Tree Hill team-mate Joel Pearson
broke Matthew Dunn's 14-year state
200m individual record.
Scherwitzel, 16, achieved the feat
in the remarkable time of 1.58.79,
while 17-year-old Pearson's 2.03.57
swim not only saw him set a new re-
cord, but earn the 'male swimmer of
the meet' accolade in the process.
Scherwitzel was overcome with
relief upon hitting the wall and see-
ing she had broken McVann's time.
"Relieved was the first sort of
thing I felt because I knew the coach
would be happy with the swim, and
obviously dad would be happy with
the swim," Scherwitzel said.
"It took a while to kick in, re-
ally, because 30 years that record
has stood, and then in less than two
minutes I'd broken it.
"So it was a pretty incredible feel-
Unlike Scherwitzel, Pearson was
unaware he had broken the record
until he arrived home following the
"I didn't actually know until I got
home, to be honest, because I don't
normally look at the records because
it normally puts pressure on me and
I always under-perform, so I nor-
mally just swim it and hope for the
best," Pearson said.
"So I got in (the car) and drove
home and mum tells me I'd broken
Both swimmers were relatively
happy with their form and prepara-
tion leading into the meet.
Scherwitzel's preparation is quite
different to most swimmers; being a
type-one diabetic, she regularly has
to monitor her nutrition and check
her blood sugar levels before and af-
She said she had been feeling
good in the fortnight leading up to
the race, which allowed her to train
"Recovery is probably the hard-
est thing as a type-one diabetic,
compared to other kids, because my
body just doesn't recover as quickly
as everybody else's," Scherwitzel
"So to finally have some good
training, and a couple of weeks
leading up to it, made all the differ-
The two records were a finishing
touch on what was a highly success-
ful outing for the Playford Aquatic
From the 49 club swimmers com-
peting at the championships, the
club took home 128 medals, 32 of
which were gold, and set a remark-
able 292 personal best times, much
to the delight of head coach Paul
"The results for this were out-
standing...all the kids that had pret-
ty much been in training swam out
of their skin," Staight said.
Playford Aquatic Club swimmers Joel Pearson and Stefanie Scherwitzel
dominated the pool at the recent State Winter Swimming Championships,
held at the State Aquatic and Leisure Centre, both breaking long-standing
PHOTO: Alec Urquhart
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