Home' The Bunyip : October 29th 2014 Contents KAPUNDA finished off its work with
the bat by scuttling South Gawler for
180 to claim its first two-day win in the
Barossa & Light Cricket Association
Having set South the difficult task of
chasing 227 for victory, Kapunda was right
on top in the early stages when Lions' open-
er Shane O'Donoghue departed for nought
with just two runs on the board.
Wicket-taker Joey Brown looked lively,
and at that stage Kapunda could sniff sev-
eral more early wickets.
Stephen Hogan and skipper Brodie
Barker defied the opening duo of Brown
and Mike Goldsmith to dig in and ensure
South had a foundation on which to build
After grinding out 11 runs, Barker's in-
nings was ended by Sam Ryan with the
match now evenly poised with South at
Another defiant partnership, this time
between Hogan and Jamal Butler, added
a promising 28 runs to take the Lions just
three short of their century.
Disaster struck shortly after for the visi-
tors, with run-getter Hogan sent packing
four short of his half-century and leaving
the Lions on shaky ground.
Butler and Patrick White were deter-
mined to steady the ship, but it wasn't long
until South was, again, in treacherous wa-
Goldsmith tore through White (0) and
then Butler (14) to have the visitors teeter-
ing at 5/97 with a lot of work still to be
A defiant knock of 25 from David Golder
provided some hope for South through the
middle order, but Kapunda's bowlers, sens-
ing victory, again lifted the intensity.
Rob Johnson trapped Golder in front,
before shortly after snaring Jordan
Martin to bring his side within reach of the
South refused to go down without a fight,
and promising knocks from Mark Sims and
Jordan Dare saw the total close in on 150.
But Kapunda, as it had all game, found
a wicket when it was needed, with Johnson
again the chief destroyer.
He skittled Dare and Luke McCracken
in quick succession to get Kapunda over the
Sims stayed unbeaten on 29, while John-
son took a match-winning 5/31.
Goldsmith was the only other multiple
wicket-taker, claiming 2/38.
With time still left in the day, Kapunda
went in for its second innings and knocked
up 0/47 from 12 overs, with Mark Johnson
and Austin Smith both finishing unbeaten
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B&LCA ROUND TWO
FREELING 7/357 d NURIOOTPA 159
Freeling first innings
I. McMillan retired
R. Hannun b D. Doecke
B. Heinrich c A. Prior b R. Foulis
B. Parish b J. Lienert
c L. Doecke b D. Moore
S. Carmichael c C. Burgess b G. Henschke 35
L. Heinrich c B. Lydeamore b L. Steinborner 15
T. Carmichael not out
R. McDonald not out
FOW: 67 (J. Young), 162 (R. Hannun), 171 (B. Hein-
rich), 244 (B. Parish), 301 (S. Carmichael), 346 (B.
Ryan), 355 (L. Heinrich).
D.Doecke 9.031 2800
G.Henschke 12.0 1 1 51 0 0
L. Steinborner 1.0 0 1 11 0 0
ANGASTON 7/300 d GILBERT VALLEY 172
Angaston first innings
D. Schmidt c & b T. Connell
B. Woodards c M. Norman b J. Vandeleur
c M. Norman b J. Connell
S. Rathjen not out
B. Burgess c J. Molineux b M. Norman 71
c T. Connell b J. Vater
S. Woodards c J. Molineux b J. Vater
B. Burgess c C. Mullins b L. Michalanney 46
FOW: 9 (B. Woodards), 13 (D. Schmidt), 70 (G.
Bain), 195 (B. Burgess), 228 (B. Byster), 228 (S.
Woodards), 300 (B. Burgess).
J.Connell 14.0 3 1 49 0 0
T.Connell 14.0 4 1 30 0 0
J.Vandeleur 10.0 4 1 18 0 0
L. Michalanney 11.0 0 1 65 0 0
M.Norman 6.011 3200
T.Griffiths 4.0 0 0 40 0 0
SANDY CREEK 252 d GAWLER CENTRAL
152 & 7/83
Sandy Creek first innings
B. Fuller lbw b B. Ward
A. Kokot lbw b M. Davis
T. Gebauer b M. Davis
C. McLean retired not out
N. Gum b J. DenEngelse
S. Hands lbw b M. Knight
M. Frampton c J. DenEngelse b A. Frackowski 70
C. Roberts c J. DenEngelse b A. Crothers 12
c D. Coombs b B. Hunt
b B. Ward
FOW: 12 (B. Fuller), 78 (T. Gebauer), 99 (A. Kokot),
112 (N. Gum), 172 (S. Hands), 214 (M. Frampton),
230 (C. Roberts), 233 (L. Kent), 246 (D. Koch), 252
J. DenEngelse 13.0 3 1 30 0 0
A.Crothers 21.0 2 1 63 0 0
J.McCafferty 3.0 1 0 16 0 0
A.Frackowski 7.0 2 1 30 0 0
Gawler Central second innings
A. Frackowski lbw b L. Hill
B. Swan b S. Hands
B. Pfitzner b L. Hill
D. Coombs lbw b S. Hill
J. DenEngelse not out
b L. Hill
A. Crothers not out
FOW: 2 (B. Swan), 8 (A. Frackowski), 17 (E. Stibbs),
17 (B. Pfitzner), 27 (D. Coombs), 32 (M. Davis), 32
C.Roberts 3.000 1700
KAPUNDA 8/226 & 0/47 d SOUTH GAWLER 180
South Gawler first innings
S. O'Donoghue c R. Brown b J. Brown
c T. Hunt b R. Johnson
c R. Brown b M. Goldsmith 14
D. Golder lbw b R. Johnson
P. White b M. Goldsmith
c M. Johnson b R. Johnson
b R. Johnson
L. McCracken b R. Johnson
S. Blundell run out (K. Brown)
FOW: 2 (S. O'Donoghue), 42 (B. Barker), 70 (S.
Hogan), 97 (P. White), 97 (J. Butler), 105 (D.
Golder), 116 (J. Martin), 147 (J. Dare), 147 (L.
McCracken), 180 (S. Blundell).
M.Goldsmith 12.0 3 2 38 0 0
R.Johnson 19.3 7 5 31 0 0
Kapunda second innings
M. Johnson not out
A. Smith not out
Extras (w 1)
L.McCracken 3.0 0 0 11 0 0
A1 reserves- Light Pass 190 (R. Mattner 53, C.
Todd 34; R. Muirhead 6/42, M. Robinson 2/28)
and 2/87 (W. Gripton 32*, C. Todd 27*) d Lyndoch
140 (S. Scally 27). Eudunda-Robertstown 9/230 (S.
Nietschke 92, T. Baker 40*, J. Mosey 38; B. Fairey
5/44, Z. Giles 3/61) v Truro (results N/A). Mallala
262 (M. Birchmore 152, B. Wilson 35; C. Hoffmann
5/68, B. Loffler 3/76) and 3/155 (M. Birchmore
50*, W. Rudd 37*, D. Cawrse 28; B. Loffler 2/52) d
Greenock 101 (D. Goern 37, S. Keller 26*; J. Good
4/19, K. Curnow 3/2).
A2- Gawler Central 9/255 (D. Miller 73, C. Bilney
40, J. King 28*, M. Perry 26; C. Robinson 4/32, M.
Darlington 2/40, J. Smedley 2/44) d Sandy Creek
183 (R. Handtke 62, S. Doolan 47; C. Bilney 4/36,
C. Ingram 2/30, D. Miller 2/51). South Gawler
7/236 (N. Willis 58*, D. Korber 52, A. Mackay 49;
R. Montgomerie 3/16) d Angaston 6/233 (A. Peel
70, R. Kuhn 36, L. Peel 29, J. Finch 26; S. Anders
2/24). Nuriootpa 8/292 (R. Schultz 103*, D. Schil-
ler 55, C. Ellison 42, B. O'Dowd 38; J. Hirst 3/66, J.
Wright 2/29, S. Knight 2/88) d Freeling 87 (D. Shaw
39; D. Aird 3/18, D. Schiller 2/4, R. Schultz 2/15)
and 5/74 (R. Gorski 34; M. Zerner 2/15).
A3- Gawler Central 159 (K. Nicholls 40, K. Norton
29; J. Heinze 6/44) d Nuriootpa 46 (C. Lovett
6/16, B. Woodrow 3/8) and 7/103 (J. Heinze 27, C.
Lovett 4/17). Kapunda 192 (H. Smith 97, C. White
28; P. Nitschke 4/27, D. Cameron 2/38, B. Verne
2/41) d Greenock 163 (D. Cameron 73, M. Obst 26,
B. Seabrook 25; P. O'Reilly 3/10, B. Johnson 2/28,
D. Menzel 2/30). Lyndoch 7/268 (S. Herring 83*,
C. Kinlock 59, C. Longo 40; D. Sparks 2/29) d Light
Pass 44 (T. Marshall 4/11) and 7/107 (M. Gallasch
53; E. Giedel 4/15).
A4- Freeling 7/148 (D. Horsnell 46, J. Rentz 28*, M.
Skeen 26; D. Hean 4/40, H. Rogan 2/24) d Tanunda
143 (M. Hoklas 38, K. Farley 25; D. Horsnell 3/27,
A. Wright 3/38, H. Moss 2/9). South Gawler 9/224
(A. Hewett 110, L. Hewett 47, A. Wight 33*; V.
Gray 4/22, D. Wells - Sidler 3/38, M. Kickel 2/27)
d Sandy Creek 161 (D. Kickel 66; B. Hoepner 4/22,
T. Julyan 2/26). Gilbert Valley 2/156 (A. Bruce 86,
C. Busch 43*; C. Hodge 2/21) d Lyndoch 6/151 (S.
Robinson 56, J. Zerk 46; A. Bruce 3/26, L. Reichelt
A5- Morgan 296 (M. Baddack 112*, T. Hartley
75, B. Wilksch 51; S. Lord 5/37, S. Fettke 3/48) d
Truro 6/164 (S. Lord 65, D. Crooks 25; J. Jaeger
2/46). Tanunda 6/288 (S. Dunn 80, T. Mifflin 68*,
M. Radzevicius 35, D. Abinett 30, B. Lockett 27, K.
Graetz 25*; M. Mildwater 3/53, L. Mildwater 2/51)
d Light Pass 30 (A. Radzevicius 4/3, B. Lockett
3/4). Greenock 6/158 (C. Noack 45*, D. Rosenz-
weig 41, J. Fuller 36; P. Kastelyn 3/22) d Eudunda-
Robertstown 84 (R. Jenke 25; C. Alderslade 4/9, R.
Under 16- Kapunda/Eud/Rob 3/205 (C. White
97*, A. Nietschke 49, D. Grosser 35*) d Nuriootpa
9/91. South Gawler 72 (J. Hassold 3/11, R. Czanik
3/18, M. Dalliston 2/9) d Lyndoch 62 (W. Earle
3/14, J. Korber 2/5). Gilbert Valley 7/146 (C. Behn
50, M. Connell 25; L. Miller 3/25, B. Smith 2/23) d
Tanunda 9/109 (D. Willmott 2/7, N. Bruce 2/12).
Gawler Central 7/202 (C. Slate 83, R. Robinson
33, J. Hamilton 30; J. Robinson 2/29) d Angaston/
Greenock 8/113 (T. Jackaman 32, R. Montgomerie
29; B. Lane 2/11, J. Billing 2/14).
Kapunda skittles South
SANDY Creek fell just three wickets short of
an outright win against Gawler Central in its
Barossa & Light Cricket Association match
Resuming at 3/107, with just 46 runs needed
for victory, Sandy Creek did net get off to the
start it would have liked, with Nathan Gum fall-
ing for four with only five runs added to the over-
Chris McLean had also retired on 12 following
the first day's play, so in essence the Cockatoos
were 5/112 with 41 runs still to get.
With Stephen Hands and Mark Frampton at
the crease, Sandy Creek got its run chase back
Hands (17) provided good support as Framp-
ton (70) took control of the innings, taking it
right up to Central's bowlers.
Joss DenEngelse and Ali Crothers bowled
tightly, but with every over the Cockatoos drew
closer to the winning total.
With both batsmen still at the crease, Sandy
Creek passed the total to secure the win -- but
with an outright victory now a possibility, the
Cockies continued to press on.
They hit their way to 252 from their 72 overs,
thanks to some lower order hitting from Daniel
Koch (19), Corey Roberts (12) and Scott Hill (13
not out), to lead by 100 runs and have just under
30 overs to dismiss Central for a bonus point.
Ben Ward finished with 2/31, while Brad Hunt
and Michael Davis took 2/18 and 2/15, respec-
Sandy Creek needed early wickets to be any
chance at an outright victory and started perfect-
ly when Stephen Hands knocked over Brandon
Swan for nought.
Fellow opener Andrew Frackowski (4) did not
last much longer, trapped in front by the dan-
gerous Lee Hill and at that stage Central looked
shaky at 2/8.
The wickets continued to tumble as Hands and
Hill wreaked havoc through Central's middle or-
Ben Pfitzner (2), Elliot Stibbs (9), David
Coombs (6), Michael Davis (8) and Brad Hunt
(0) all fell without having much impact on the
scoreboard to leave the visitors in serious trouble
Fortunately, for Central, Joss DenEngelse,
coming off a solid 29 not out in the first innings,
rose to the occasion.
He defied the Cockatoos' attack and together
with Ali Crothers the pair held on to deny their
opposition the bonus point.
DenEngelse finished 36 not out, while Croth-
ers was unbeaten on 12.
Hill snared an impressive 4/33, while his part-
ner in crime, Hands, took 2/14.
Gawler Central will host Gilbert Valley this
Saturday, as it looks to turn around its form,
while Sandy Creek travels to Angaston.
-- Grady Hudd
Rathjen century leads Ango to win
AN unbeaten century from Scott
Rathjen helped Angaston to an impos-
ing win over Gilbert Valley in the Baros-
sa & Light Cricket Association on the
Set 173 to win and resuming on day two
at 0/2, Angaston lost the early wickets of Dy-
lan Schmidt and Brett Woodards to give the
Bulls an early sniff.
However, with Rathjen and Greg Bain
looking comfortable at the crease, the home
side began to stir and soon the runs began
The pair added a vital 57 runs to steer
the Panthers back on course, but when Jack
Connell claimed Bain for 38 the Bulls were
still only a couple of quick wickets away
from being right in the match.
But the quick wickets never came for Val-
ley and, instead, it spent most of its time
chasing leather as Rathjen and Ben Burgess
swung things in their side's favour with a fan-
The visitors tried everything to get a break-
through, rotating through eight bowlers in
search of a scalp, but to no avail.
Rathjen and Burgess batted superbly, add-
ing 100 runs together and celebrating the
milestone by passing Gilbert Valley's total.
With the points secured, the Panthers set
about making it a long day in the field for
Burgess continued to bat well before be-
ing dismissed for 70, while the other Bur-
gess, Brett, put in a solid lower-order knock
Rathjen was undoubtedly the hero of An-
gaston's innings, smashing an unbeaten 109.
For Gilbert Valley, James Vater's short four-
over spell produced the team-best figures of
2/19, while the remaining five wickets were
shared amongst the other bowlers.
-- Grady Hudd
South Gawler's Stephen Hogan prepares to drive through cover during his knock of 46
against Kapunda on Saturday.
PHOTO: Lauren Gauci
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