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Winless weekend for Gawler
THE Gawler Bowling Club had a tough
time out on the greens during Saturday’s
pennants matches, with all four divisions
The premier one side came up against a for-
midable opponent in Adelaide and, as such,
struggled to keep pace, going down by 76
Daryl Kubisch’s rink was the sole rink win-
ner, triumphing in a tight 23-22 encounter.
The metro one north side was defeated by
20 shots in a close tussle with Tranmere.
Playing at home, Gawler won just one rink
for the afternoon, with John Mills’ charges sa-
luting by two shots.
Gawler suffered a similar fate in the met-
ro two north division, losing by 29 shots to
Elizabeth, while in the metro four division
Salisbury proved too strong, winning by 28
Thursday’s competition proved far more
successful for Gawler, with its sides registering
The major league north side scored a com-
fortable 27-shot victory over Payneham, with
Marlene Heffernan’s rink snaring the biggest
It was a much tighter affair in the metro one
north division, with Gawler narrowly holding
on to a seven-shot margin.
Margaret Bateman’s rink’s narrow five-shot
win proved crucial in the result.
Wednesday’s competition also produced two
wins, highlighted by a nail-biting five-and-a-
quarter shot victory over Salisbury in the met-
ro three north division.
Now five rounds into competition, each of
the teams is gradually settling into a routine.
The night owls competition on Tuesday
nights is having continued success, despite
variable attendance at times.
PREMIER LEAGUE: Gawler | Adelaide 67-143: P. Marsden, P. Betton,
J. Hill, R. McConnell 15-40; B. Lacey, I. Greenshields, D. Mackereth, P.
McConnell 15-45; A. Skuse, I. Dinham, D. Hunter, S. Bevin 14-36; K.
Skuse, K. Reynolds, P. Reimann, D. Kubisch 23-22 .
METRO ONE NORTH: Gawler | Tranmere 59-79: M. Heffernan, I.
Cameron, T. Dean, D. Heathfield 10-27; A. Lipsys, J. Boucher, G. Brooks,
R. Kirby 14-15; B. Hnatyszyn, J. Hammill, M. Ransom, J. Mills 19-17; J.
Ross, G. Hooper, T. Scholes, J. Scholes 16-20.
METRO TWO NORTH: Gawler | Elizabeth 53-82: B. Smith, G. Hiney,
P. Jones, L. Cram 12-22; R. Green, M. Koziol, R. Warland, K. Branson
10-19; I. Goodrich, P. Trzeciak, B. Horgan, G. Nussey 18-19; M. Ayris, W.
Wagner, P. Rogers, D. Warland 13-22.
METRO FOUR NORTH: Gawler | Salisbury 52-80: T. Betton, A.
Ransom, J. Barlow, E. Palmer 26-24; B. Boyd, R. Tainsh, B. Barker, M.
Wilkins 14-28; A. Mason, R. Koziol, B. Wilton, J. Hamilton 12-28.
MAJOR LEAGUE NORTH: Gawler d Payneham 74-47: S. Branson,
M. Lacey, T. Scholes, K. Moncrieff 16-23; J. Boucher, M. Jacob, K. Skuse,
T. Dean 27-11; J. Clinch, E. Heyworth, D. Warland, M. Heffernan 31-13.
METRO ONE EAST: Gawler | Walkerville 56-70: J. Jones, M. May, J.
Ross, J. Goodrich 16-22: A. Mason, R. Koziol, V. Clark, L. Cram 24-18; F.
Smith, R. Tainsh, D. Hamp, J. Allwood 16-30.
METRO ONE NORTH: Gawler d Elizabeth White 60-53: M. Selleck,
J. Hamilton, J. Sims, M. Bateman 22-17; S. Raggio, P. Rogers, G. Cliff, L.
Krzyzanski 26-12; H. Alvaro, M. Evorall, N. Mitchell, K. Buckley 12-24.
MAJOR LEAGUE NORTH: Gawler d Walkerville 113-98:
M. Ransom, A. Skuse, P. McConnell 26-14; B. Lacey, P. Betton, D.
Mackereth 27-32; I. Dinham, J. Bubner 22-12; I. Greenshields,
I. Cameron, J. Scholes, R. Kirby 24-14; G. Brooks, P. Marsden, D.
Heathfield, J. Hill 14 -27.
METRO ONE NORTH: Gawler | Munno Para 80-81: M. Ayris, P.
Rogers, B. Hnatyzyn, J. Mills 20-21; M. Koziol, G. Hiney, B. Horgan, G.
Nussey 24-22; I. Goodrich, W. Wagner, R. Rogers, P. Jones 19-18; B.
Smith, R. Warland, K. Branson, D. Turner 17-20.
METRO THREE NORTH: Gawler d Salisbury 69-63 .75: B.
Boyd, M. Selleck, B. Wilkins, J. Hamilton 23-18.75; K. Edwards,
B. Barker, B. Wilton, E. Palmer 17-29; L. Cram, J. Ross, J. Barlow, R.
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Her most recent surgery was yet another hur-
dle to overcome, but her mother, Loreene Elsha-
hawi, said Jemma has never been one to shy away
from a challenge.
“I’m proud of the fact that she doesn’t just give
in,” Mrs Elshahawi said.
“She’s had a lot of setbacks with surgeries and
things, but her goal has maintained all the way
through...she’s got back up and keeps having a
go and trying.
“It just proves that disability doesn’t mean lack of
ability; anyone can strive to do anything if they have
enough faith in themselves and are determined.”
Also talented at long jump, shot-put and the
200m, Lee’s goal is to compete for Australia in the
Paralympics but, like all athletes, knows there is a lot
of hard work ahead to make that dream a reality.
“Obviously, I have to train more, work on fit-
ness, technique, that type of thing,” Lee said.
“I’ve still got a long way to go, a lot more ex-
Rule books Lyndoch victory
LYNDOCH scored its second win of
the Barossa & Light Bowling Associa-
tion season after dispatching a winless
Kapunda by 24 shots on Saturday.
Far from a one-sided contest, each side
won two rinks for the day, however a big 27-
shot victory to Lyndoch’s Chris Rule over
Kapunda’s Gregory Cruickshank helped to
sway things in his side’s favour.
The remaining three rinks were tightly
fought, with a one-shot win to Kapunda’s
Jeff Hanns over Trevor Noble and a close
three-shot victory to Lyndoch’s David Hau-
sler over Russell Walker the highlights.
The Nuriootpa juggernaut continues to
roll on, with its 36-shot win over Eudunda,
its fifth in a currently undefeated season.
Nuri won three of its four rinks for the
day, with Adam Forbes and Ron Turnball
impressing, with 23- and 15-shot wins.
Bob Randall was the only Nuriootpa play-
er to taste defeat, going down by three shots
to Ron Ellis.
In the remaining division one match, An-
gaston clinched its third win by downing a
fighting Tanunda by 18 shots.
Angaston managed to win three of the four
rinks for the afternoon, with the remaining
match between Mark Schutz and Tanunda’s
Bradley Pech ending in a draw.
John Standish scored Angaston’s biggest
win for the day, beating Tim Liersch by
In division two, Nuriootpa Green and An-
gaston White remain undefeated at the top
of the table following wins over Nuriootpa
Gold and Angaston Blue, while Nuriootpa
Black secured an upset one-shot win over
Eudunda 79 | Nuriootpa 115: C. Jones 24 | G. Langley
25; R. Ellis 23 d B. Randall 20; A. Pfitzner 19 | R.
Turnbull 34; G. Prior 13 | A. Forbes 36.
Kapunda 77 | Lyndoch 101: J. Hanns 24 d T. Noble 23;
G. Cruickshank 8 | C. Rule 35; I. Otterspoor 25 d H.
Sykes 20; R. Walker 20 | D. Hausler 23.
Angaston 92 d Tanunda 74: M. Schutz 26 drew B. Pech
26; M. Short 22 d T. Edwards 19; J. Standish 20 d T.
Liersch 12; B. Bowden 24 d P. Baverstock 17.
Nuriootpa Green 109 d Nuriootpa Gold 40: I. Klaebe 36
d M. Nolan 17; N. Collyer 34 d P. Collyer 11; K. North
39 d N. Nolan 12.
Tanunda 80 v Kapunda 64: P. Knight 22 | J. Trotta 24;
D. Armstrong 34 d E. Allanson 25; D. Grear 24 d P.
Freeling 61 | Eudunda 68: L. Goedecke 25 d R. Hams
16; K. Bettens 18 | J. Willoughby 27; T. Curtis 18 | R.
Nuriootpa Black 66 d Lyndoch 65: A. Fyfe 21 |
T. Drummond 25; H. Roberts 24 d J. Sharratt 22; G.
Quodling 21 d B. Allan 18.
Angaston Blue 57 | Angaston White 70: L. Teakle
13 | K. Brook 25; M. Elsworthy 23 d J. Argent 17; K.
Renshaw 21 | I. Elsworthy 28.
Nuriootpa Black 50 | Kapunda Red 77: K. Semmler 19 d
L. Reinders 18; J. Krause 12 | C. Sunman 29; C. Reuter
19 | S. Franks 30.
Kapunda Black 65 | Nuriootpa Gold 70: P. Dobbin 24 |
P. Hughes 25; A. Thiele 21 d S. Stewart 19; G. Campbell
20 | R. Leske 26.
Lyndoch 81 d Tanunda 52: A. Turvey 25 d M. Paech
14; J. Allwood 22 | M. Meertens 23; D. Turvey 34 d B.
Eudunda 69 d Freeling 52: R. Fiegert 30 d P. Nelson 17;
G. Schutz 14 | D. Jamieson 22; D. Pope 25 d B. Ellis 13.
Lyndoch Blue 61 d Eudunda White 45: B. Howell 22 d
M. Schutz 18; T. Gibbons 20 d R. Hams 10; T. Noble 19
d P. Dickenson 17.
Nuriootpa Black 57 d Angaston Blue 56: R. Mattschoss
10 | M. Short 32; T. Billing 29 d C. Tabe 8; G. Langley 18
d B. Teakle 16.
Nuriootpa Gold 72 d Tanunda Black 57: W. Williams 25
d D. Schiller 13; B. Randall 25 d D. Heidenreich 18; J.
Bell 22 | R. Schnieder 26.
Freeling 61 d Kapunda Black 42: G. Maynard 23 d R.
Gill 7; I. McFarlane 15 | B. Phillips 17; J. Grantham 23
d C. Hamper 18.
Eudunda Red 76 d Lyndoch Gold 37: R. Ellis 20 d G.
Ayres 14; C. Jones 30 d J. Beacham 9; G. Mitev 26 d D.
Angaston White 65 v Nuriootpa Blue 53: F. Thomas 24
d B. Chapman 13; J. Standish 17 | R. Turnbull 22; M.
Schutz 24 d D. Wilson 18.
Tanunda White 108 d Nuriootpa Green 48: J. Garrett
32 d I. Klaebe 20; P. Baverstock 35 d A. Wilkinson 13; T.
Edwards 41 d R. Garrett 15.
Eudunda Red 36 d Tanunda White 28: P. Dutschke 18 d
M. Hurst 14; M. Nietschke 18 d J. Stephens 14.
Eudunda White 32 | Angaston White 51: J. Milde 20
drew F. Bain 20; B. Marshall 12 | L. Teakle 31.
Freeling 37 | Angaston Blue 42: K. Swanson 17 | J.
Argent 24; K. Bitter 20 d M. Elsworthy 18.
Kapunda Black 42 d Nuriootpa Gold 31: S. Franks 23 d
N. Fyfe 17; R. Scoot 19 d V. Bessell 14.
Kapunda Red 45 d Nuriootpa Black 32: C. Doecke 22 d
H. Roberts 19; H. Sexton 23 d M. Nolan 13.
Lyndoch Blue 36 | Lyndoch Gold 44: J. Campbell 17 | V.
Reeves 25; L. Fuller 19 drew M. Sharratt 19.
Kapunda’s Linda Carter is well-balanced as she bowls during her side’s match against
Lyndoch in the B&LBA on Saturday.
PHOTO: Alec Urquhart
Gawler’s Gordon Brooks
watches intently as he
releases his bowl during
Saturday’s metro one
north match against
PHOTO: Alec Urquhart
GOLF: Kapunda’s Kidman Links members recently teed off in
the fourth and final round of the Club Championships, which
also represented the President’s Trophy, the Pfitzner Family
Trophy and the Monthly Medal.
As it turned out, Dave Carson’s 83 was just enough to clinch
A pair of 80s from Mick Orvad and Paul McCarthy, plus an
83 from Jarrad Hughes, left the trio stranded on 315, one
All in all, it was a great contest and a bit of a feather in the
cap of our wonderful little club to see such golfing talent in
the line-up at present.
Congratulations to Dave, who is more than a worthy winner
and a relatively new member of the club who has also taken
on the vice-captain’s role with gusto.
The B grade also saw a bit of a case of the yips from the
leaders but they had a bit up their sleeves and no other
challengers fared any better.
Captain Marty Dew didn’t have a good day by his standards
and Ian ‘Poppa’ Watson made a bit of a run, picking up four
shots, but in the end it was just three shots separating first
Sal Hambour ended up with the bronze medal, 11 shots
behind Marty on 355.
The C graders were the ones who managed to maintain
the form in the last round with Tony Moritz holding his
consistency to finish with a more than respectable four-
round total of 375.
Jim Menzel followed up his Thursday form to shoot 91 in
the final round to pick up one shot on Tony and finish on 379.
Back to the Monthly Medal and daily prize and Bert Pearce
did a great job of getting his eye in early before leaving to
play cricket in the arvo.
His 78/68 was just good enough to win him the mug and
the chance to play in the Paul McCarthy Gold Medal Round.
Darren White and Mick Menzel both had 69s in the B grade,
with White winning the countback and Steven Watson back
on 70 and Mrs Murray’s son, Harv, on 71.
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