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TRINITY Old Scholars is closing in
on its second win of the Adelaide Turf
Cricket Association A3 season after a
brilliant spell from paceman Anton
Hill left Golden Grove in tatters on
Playing at Wynn Vale and batting first,
Trinity started promisingly with openers
Alex Cotter and Eythan Barraclough bring-
ing up the 50 partnership without any real
Cotter played without abandon, often
flaying the ball over the infield, and quickly
raced into the 40s, but soon lost his partner,
Barraclough, trapped in front for 20 with
the score now 1/54.
Cotter soon followed, pushing forward to
a delivery to be caught behind, stranded on
47.Despite the impressive start, the TOSers'
middle order failed to capitalise and regular
wickets soon began to tumble.
Ali Forwood (3), Mark Williams (15),
Tim Viner-Smith (0), Grady Hudd (9),
Anton Hill (1) and Brad Cameron (11) all
struggled to play themselves in and in no
time Trinity was in trouble at 8/110.
Some explosive lower-order batting from
Tom Forwood (44 not out), while being
supported by tail-enders Brodie Fraser and
Bradley Schaper, dragged the score to a de-
Confident in its bowling attack, and with
24 overs left in the day, Trinity took to the
field full of voice and hungry for wickets.
Sensing the occasion, gun recruit Anton
Hill embarked on a pace-bowling master-
class and in no time had claimed four scalps
as the Grove looked in trouble.
A wicket each to Schaper and Fraser added
to the carnage, and at stumps Golden Grove
finished the day 6/64 and still with 102 runs
needed, when play resumes on Saturday, for
Hill finished the day with the impressive
figures of 4/14 from seven overs.
-- Adrian Zorich
Trinity in a
Freeling notches rst win
FREELING notched its
first victory of the Barossa
& Light Bowling Associa-
tion season with a timely 24-
shot triumph over a winless
Kapunda on Saturday.
Playing on Kapunda's home
deck, Freeling took three of its
four rinks to secure the overall
win in convincing style.
Trevor Mullins scored his
side's most convincing win, tri-
umphing over Kapunda's Kim
The Nuriootpa juggernaut
continued on its winning way,
securing a 15-shot win despite
a strong challenge from Angas-
Nuri won half of its rinks, but
a dominant 35-15 victory to
Adam Forbes swayed the result
in his side's favour.
Geoff Langley's 32-20 win
over Angaston's Matt Short also
proved crucial in the outcome.
The victory means Nuriootpa
retains top spot on the ladder,
with Tanunda just one game
Tanunda continues to push
for top spot, conquering Lyn-
doch in a close eight-shot tus-
sle.Each game was fought to the
wire, with Tim Liersch and Tony
Edwards' strong wins dragging
Tanunda over the line.
Nuriootpa Green and Angas-
ton White have asserted their
dominance at the top of the ta-
ble, each recording strong wins.
Nuriootpa Green dealt Lyn-
doch its first loss of the season,
winning by 47 shots, while An-
gaston White made light work
of Nuriootpa Gold to record an
easy 41-shot win.
Angaston prevailed over Ka-
punda Red by two shots in a
thrilling two-shot division three
Zoltan Horvath's two-shot
win over Keith Matthews was
-- Grady Hudd
Nuriootpa 111 d Angaston 96: R. Turnbull
20 | B. Bowden 34; S. Allen 24 | M. Schutz
27; A. Forbes 35 d J. Standish 15; G.
Langley 32 d M. Short 20.
Kapunda 79 | Freeling 103: J. Hanns 22
| S. Marslen 31; G. Cruickshank 24 d T.
Heinjus 22; I. Otterspoor 18 | S. Sloan 24;
K. Watters 15 | T. Mullins 26.
Tanunda 103 d Lyndoch 95: P. Baverstock
T. Liersch 28 d D. Hausler 17; T. Edwards 34
d C. Rule 23.
Nuriootpa Black 73 d Kapunda 72: H.
Roberts 29 d B. Booth 16; A. Fyfe 21 | B.
O'Reilley 28; M. Sims 23 | R. Gill 28.
Freeling 71 d Tanunda 64: L. Goedecke 27
d P. Knight 23; T. Curtis 25 d D. Armstrong
23; T. Wellington 19 d D. Grear 18.
Angaston Blue 60 | Eudunda 75: K.
Renshaw 28 d G. Doecke 15; M. Elsworthy
Lyndoch 46 | Nuriootpa Green 93: J.
Sharratt 18 | I. Klaebe 37; R. Plant 21 | K.
North 27; B. Allan 7 | N. Collyer 29.
Angaston White 103 d Nuriootpa Gold 62:
I. Langley 34 d N. Nolan 27; A. Booth 25 d
M. Nolan 22; J. Argent 44 d P. Collyer 13.
Eudunda 65 d Nuriootpa Black 58.50: R.
Fiegert 25 d K. Semmler 18; G. Schutz 20
d C. Reuter 19.50; M. Nietschke 20 | K.
Nuriootpa Gold 50 v Lyndoch 94: R. Leske
18 | A. Turvey 30; S. Stewart 15 | D. Turvey
34; P. Hughes 17 | J. Allwood 30.
Kapunda Red 66 | Angaston 68: K.
Matthews 24 | Z. Horvath 26; P. Maitland
22 drew B. Agars 22; S. Franks 20 drew P.
Kapunda Black 102 d Freeling 42: P.
Dobbin 31 d W. Pitt 16; B. Brearley 46 d D.
Jamieson 12; G. Campbell 25 d B. Ellis 14.
Kapunda Red 67 d Angaston Blue 45: G.
Redden 11 | B. Tuttle 22; C. Sunman 22 d
B. Teakle 8; J. Trotta 34 d C. Tabe 15.
Lyndoch Blue 50 | Tanunda Black 54: T.
Drummond 20 d D. Schiller 17; T. Gibbons
18 d R. Schneider 17; T. Noble 12 | D.
Nuriootpa Black 64 d Nuriootpa Gold 55:
G. Langley 29 d G. Pfitzner 8; T. Billing 18
| B. Randall 21; R. Mattschoss 17 | W.
Freeling 60 | Eudunda Red 76: I. McFarlane
18 | P. Dickenson 34; J. Grantham 22 | R.
Ellis 25; T. Mullins 20 d C. Jones 17.
Angaston White 56 d Kapunda Black 49: H.
Schmied 27 d B. Phillips 9; M. Schutz 15 |
P. Voumard 19; F. Thomas 14 | R. Gill 21.
Tanunda White 55 | Lyndoch Gold 67: T.
Edwards 19 | D. Hausler 22; P. Baverstock
21 d J. Beacham 19; J. Garrett 15 | H. Sykes
Nuriootpa Green 64 d Nuriootpa Blue 58: I.
Klaebe 22 d R. Turnbull 15; S. Allen 20 d D.
Wilson 18; A. Wilkinson 22 | R. Chapman
Angaston White 37 d Tanunda White 33:
E. Argent 17 | M. Hurst 19; L. Teakle 20 d
J. Stephens 14.
Eudunda Red 27 | Angaston Blue 40: M.
Nietschke 16 | J. Argent 19; P. Dutschke 11
| M. Elsworthy 21.
Eudunda White 38 | Tanunda Black 42: B.
Marshall 15 | M. Meertens 22; J. Milde 23
d K. Wallace 20.
Freeling 25 | Nuriootpa Gold 49: K. Bitter 9
| N. Fyfe 31; K. Swanson 16 | D. Baker 18.
Kapunda Black 31 | Lyndoch Gold 32: S.
Franks 19 d D. Jones 17; R. Scoot 12 | P.
Kapunda Red 20 | Lyndoch Blue 46: C.
Doecke 12 | L. Fuller 16; H. Sexton 8 | J.
Freeling's Trevor Mullins bowls during his impressive 26-15 victory over Kapunda's Kim Watters in the
Barossa & Light Bowling Association on Saturday.
PHOTO: Lauren Gauci
Difficult challenge for Gawler
SIMILAR to the previous round,
Gawler Bowling Club's premier
one and metro one north teams
faced difficult challenges on the
greens on Saturday, while the
metro two and four north sides
again tasted victory.
Gawler's premier one side failed
to cash in on its home green ad-
vantage against West Lakes, losing
each of its rinks to go down by 40
It was a far closer result in the
metro one north contest; Gawler
won three of the four rinks, but
went down by just two shots with
Peter Betton's side enduring a tough
12-24 loss to their Two Wells coun-
The outcome was more favourable
in the metro two north matches,
with three of the four rinks notch-
ing wins to score a 14-shot victory
over Hope Valley.
Gordon Nussey's team scored an
impressive 25-15 win, while Ian
Cameron's charges dug deep to tri-
umph in a close 18-13 encounter.
The metro four north sides
were also on the winners' list,
smashing Penfield White by a
massive 66 points.
John Hamilton's side was the
standout, smashing its opponents
by 28 points.
Gawler notched a clean sweep
from Thursday's matches, with
the major league north and metro
one east sides easily accounting
for their Modbury and West Lakes
opponents by 19 and 22 points,
Wednesday's teams were also suc-
cessful, with Gawler winning two of
Men's Monthly Triples com-
menced on Monday -- the format
PREMIER LEAGUE DIVISION ONE: West Lakes
d Gawler 107-67: B. Hnatyszyn, P. Marsden, J. Hill, R.
McConnell 16-32; A. Skuse, I. Greenshields, D. Mackereth,
P. McConnell 18-26; G. Brooks, I. Dinham, D. Hunter, S.
Bevin 21-26; K. Skuse, T. Hatcher, P. Reimann, D. Kubisch
METRO ONE NORTH DIVISION: Two Wells d Gawler
75-73: J. Hammill, P. Trzeciak, M. Heffernan, P. Betton
12-24; M. Ransom, J. Alvaro, J. Mills, R. Kirby 21-20; K.
Reynolds, D. Heathfield, T. Dean, W. James 15-14; B. Lacey,
G. Hooper, T. Scholes, J. Scholes 25-17.
METRO TWO NORTH DIVISION: Gawler d Hope
Valley 82-68: B. Smith, G. Hiney, P. Jones, L. Cram 21-11; I.
Goodrich, R. Warland, E. Hutchinson, I. Cameron 18-13; J.
Boucher, B. Horgan, K. Branson, G. Nussey 25-15; M. Ayris,
J. Ross, D. Warland, D. Turner 18-19.
METRO FOUR NORTH DIVISION: Gawler d Penfield
White 94-28: M. Wilkins, E. Palmer, W. Wagner, B. Green
38-12; T. Betton, H. Alvaro, R. Tainsh, M. Koziol 22-10; A.
Mason, R. Koziol, B. Wilton, J. Hamilton 34-6.
MAJOR LEAGUE NORTH DIVISION: Gawler d
Modbury 75-56: S. Branson, M. Lacey, T. Scholes, K.
Moncrieff 23-16; J. Boucher, M. Jacob, K. Skuse, T. Dean
26-19; J. Clinch, E. Heyworth, D. Warland, M. Heffernan
METRO ONE EAST DIVISION: Gawler d West Lakes
72-50: J. Jones, F. Smith, J. Ross, J. Goodrich 29-15; A.
Mason, R. Koziol, V. Clark, L. Cram 21-16; J. Brimage, R.
Tainsh, D. Hamp, J. Allwood 22-19.
MAJOR LEAGUE NORTH DIVISION: Rosewater
d Gawler 101-94: M. Ransom, A. Skuse, P. McConnell
23-16; B. Lacey, P. Betton, D. Mackereth 24-28; I. Dinham,
J. Bubner 16-18; B. Hnatyszyn, I. Cameron, J. Scholes, R.
Kirby 16-17; G. Brooks, P. Marsden, D. Heathfield, J. Hill
METRO ONE NORTH DIVISION: Gawler d
Rosewater 101-59: P. Rogers, R. Fritz, G. Nussey, J. Mills
26-18; M. Koziol, G. Hiney, E. Hutchinson, W. James 25-13;
I. Goodrich, W. Wagner, B. Smith, P. Jones 26-19; R. Rogers,
R. Warland, K. Branson, D. Turner 24-9.
METRO THREE NORTH DIVISION: Gawler d
Clearview 63-55: B. Boyd, J. Ross, B. Wilton, J. Hamilton
24-17; L. Cram, N. Robinson, K. Edwards, M. Wilkins 24-9;
M. Bateman, J. Barlow, B. Barker, E. Palmer 15-29.
RIGHT: Gawler's Kay Skuse delivers a
shot during her premier one match
against West Lakes on Saturday.
PHOTO: Lauren Gauci
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