Home' The Bunyip : November 19th 2014 Contents SPORT
Page 2 "THE BUNYIP" GAWLER, SPORT, Wednesday, November 19, 2014
Another tough day for Gawler
Rain halts charge
Angaston closes the gap
THE Gawler Bowling Club en-
dured another tough day of com-
petition on Saturday, failing to
register a win in each of its four
Coming up against second-placed
Ascot Park, Gawler's premier league
bowlers faced a huge challenge,
which, in the end, proved too great
to overcome, resulting in a 58-shot
Skipper Shane Bevin's rink, which
also included Darren Hunter, Ian
Dinham and Alf Skuse, was the only
one to taste victory, triumphing in a
close one-shot encounter.
The remaining three rinks,
headed by Ross McConnell, Don
Mackereth and Daryl Kubisch, all
suffered more than 12-shot losses.
The results were similar in the
remaining three divisions, with the
metro one, two and four teams
unable to overcome Prospect/
Broadview, West Lakes and Munno
Only two rinks scored victories
across the three divisions combined;
Alf Lipsy's rink grabbed a six-shot
win in metro one north, while Brian
Barker's charges notched a close one-
shot victory in metro four north.
It was a completely different scene
during the mid-week competition,
with Gawler scoring a clean sweep
The major league north team was
too good for Modbury, saluting by
eight shots, highlighted by a solid
12-shot win to Mackereth's rink.
The metro one north team dis-
posed of Elizabeth by 25 shots, while
the metro three side fought off a de-
termined West Croydon/Kilkenny
RSL to win by four.
Wednesday's warm weather re-
sulted in the women's Thursday
matches being suspended, as per
Bowls South Australia's heat policy.
PREMIER LEAGUE: Gawler | Ascot Park 67-125: P.
Marsden, P. Betton, P. McConnell, R. McConnell 16-28;
B. Lacey, I. Greenshields, J. Hill, D. Mackereth 10-35; A.
Skuse, I. Dinham, D. Hunter, S. Bevin 25-24; K. Skuse, K.
Reynolds, P. Reimann, D. Kubisch 16-38.
METRO ONE NORTH
Gawler | Prospect/Broadview 55-85: M. Heffernan,
I. Cameron, T. Dean, D. Heathfield 9-31; J. Alvaro,
G. Brooks, D. Turner, A. Lipsys 20-14; B. Hnatyzyn, J.
Hammill, M. Ransom, J. Mills 10-24; J. Ross, T. Scholes,
T. Hatcher, J. Scholes 16-16.
METRO TWO NORTH
Gawler | West Lakes 62-90: B. Smith, G. Hooper, P.
Jones, L. Cram 14-25; M. Koziol, R. Warland, E.
Hutchinson, K. Branson 17-23; I. Goodrich, G. Hiney,
B. Horgan, G. Nussey 17-26; M. Ayris, P. Rogers, D.
Warland, T. Wilson 14-16.
METRO FOUR NORTH
Gawler | Munno Para 50-57: R. Koziol, R. Shanahan, J.
Barlow, E. Palmer 14-15; B. Boyd, R. Tainsh, P. Tryeciak,
B. Barker 16-15; M. Bateman, W. Wagner, B. Wilson, J.
Hamilton 20-27. THURSDAY
All matches suspended.
MAJOR LEAGUE NORTH: Gawler d Modbury 97-89:
M. Ransom, A. Skuse, P. McConnell 24-20; B. Lacey, P.
Betton, D. Mackereth 28-16; I. Dinham, J. Bubner 8-
24; A. Lipsys, I. Cameron, J. Scholes, R. Kirby 22-11; G.
Brooks, P. Marsden, D. Heathfield, J. Hill 15-18.
METRO ONE NORTH
Gawler d Elizabeth 100-75: M. Ayris, P. Rogers, B.
Hnatyzyn, J. Mills 38-19; M. Koziol, G. Hiney, B. Horgan,
G. Nussey 13-23; I. Goodrich, W. Wagner, R. Rogers,
P. Jones 29-11; B. Smith, R. Warland, K. Branson, D.
METRO THREE NORTH
Gawler d West Croydon and Kilkenny RSL 50-46: B.
Boyd, M. Selleck, G. Lewis, N. Robinson 11-25; K.
Edwards, B. Barker, B. Wilton, E. Palmer 22-10; A.
Mason, R. Shanahan, J. Barlow, R. Fritz 17-11.
ANGASTON has closed the gap
between it and Nuriootpa on the
Barossa & Light Bowling Asso-
ciation ladder following a close
two-shot win over Lyndoch on
Despite going into the contest as the
underdog, Lyndoch proved it was up
for the challenge, winning two of four
rinks for the afternoon.
Brian Bowden's seven-shot win over
Lyndoch's David Hausler proved vital
in getting the points for Angaston.
Tanunda was far too good for
Kapunda, which is still winless follow-
ing Saturday's 51-shot thumping.
Keen to force its way into the top
four, Tanunda was ruthless as it went
about winning all four rinks for the
The biggest victory went to Tim
Liersch, who emerged a 21-shot victor
from his match with Kapunda's Bernie
In the remaining division one
match, Eudunda bounced back from
last week's loss to Nuriootpa to inflict
a 31-shot defeat on Freeling.
Playing on Freeling's home turf,
Eudunda triumphed in three of the four
rinks with the only loss to Greg Prior.
In division two, ladder leaders
Nuriootpa Green scored a 20-shot win
over a fighting Angaston Blue to keep
its undefeated run intact.
Similarly, Angaston White remains
unbeaten following its close 13-shot
win over Tanunda, while Lyndoch
retained its one-game buffer in third
position by beating Kapunda by the
TRINITY Old Scholars fell four wickets short
of victory against Concordia Old Collegians in
the Adelaide Turf Cricket Association, with rain
ending the match in a draw.
Chasing a modest 180 for victory, Concordia
found itself in trouble early as it lost wickets at regu-
TOSers' paceman Anton Hill, for the second
straight game, excelled with the ball and ripped
through Concordia's batting order to finish with
Mitchell Dearing was economical on his return
to the A grade, taking 1/24, while leg spinner Brad
Cameron bowled tightly before snaring his only
wicket from a rare full toss.
By the 41-over mark Concordia was fighting for
survival at 6/98, with the TOSers gathering all the
momentum, and needed some luck to see it over the
Fortunately, for them, and much to the dismay of
Trinity, the clouds parted and the rain descended on
Concordia College, putting an end to play and deny-
ing the visitors first innings points.
Trinity will return home this Saturday as it hosts
ninth-placed Penfield at Waldeck Oval.
-- Mark Williams
Facing up to Truro's Brad Fairey, with 17 runs to
his name, Tanti let fly at the first delivery of the over
to see it sailing over the Lyndoch Oval boundary.
The second delivery produced the same outcome,
another maximum, and it was only at that moment
that he decided to chance his arm.
"I hit the first couple in the middle and I just kept
going with it," Tanti said.
The remaining four balls all disappeared for six,
much to the delight of his team-mates, and in just
one over Tanti had moved from 17 runs to 53 and
forever joined an elite club of players to have reached
"They thought it was great," Tanti said.
"I'd never seen it done before...I haven't heard of it
happening too often, to be honest."
At international level only four men have hit
the fabled half dozen -- Sir Garfield Sobers, Ravi
Shastri, Herschelle Gibbs and Yuvraj Singh, while
county cricketer Jordan Clark also achieved the feat.
At grass-roots level there have been few accounts
of players replicating the milestone, such is the rarity
of it occurring.
To top it all off, Tanti finished the innings with
103 runs to his name -- after hitting 11 sixes in total
-- and had steered Lyndoch to the commanding total
Ever the sportsman, Tanti greeted Fairey, whose
figures he had wrecked, after the game with the ulti-
mate cricketing gesture.
"I bought him a beer," Tanti said.
Continued from back page
Gawler skipper Daryl Kubisch is
watched by his Ascot Park opponent
as he bowls during Saturday's
premier league contest.
PHOTO: Gary Hogarth
a delivery during
B&LBA clash with
Eudunda's Geo Schmidt watches
closely as his bowl tracks across
the green in Saturday's tussle with
PHOTO: Gary Hogarth
Freeling 46 | Eudunda 77: J. Grantham 21 d G. Prior
15; T. Heinjus 7 | A. Pfitzner 20; T. Mullins 11 | R. Ellis
22; S. Marslen 7 | C. Jones 20.
Tanunda 83 d Kapunda 32: T. Liersch 25 d B. O'Reilley
4; B. Pech 19 d I. Otterspoor 9; T. Edwards 21 d B.
Phillips 7; P. Baverstock 18 d R. Walker 12.
Lyndoch 56 | Angaston 58: H. Sykes 13 d J. Standish 9;
T. Noble 15 | M. Short 17; C. Rule 20 d M. Schutz 17;
D. Hausler 8 | B. Bowden 15.
Eudunda 46 d Nuriootpa Black 41: J. Willoughby 20 d
M. Sims 13; R. Milde 10 | D. Quodling 13; R. Hams 16
d H. Roberts 15.
Kapunda 57 | Lyndoch 80: P. Maitland 22 d B. Allan
20; E. Allanson 20 d T. Drummond 18; B. Brealey 15 |
J. Sharratt 42.
Angaston White 61 d Tanunda 48: K. Brook 22 d D.
Grear 17; J. Argent 14 | P. Knight 22; A. Booth 25 d D.
Nuriootpa Gold 56 | Freeling 61: P. Collyer 17 | T.
Curtis 24; M. Nolan 24 d T. Wellington 16; N. Nolan 15
| L. Goedecke 21.
Angaston Blue 37 | Nuriootpa Green 57: M. Elsworthy
10 | K. North 20; L. Teakle 14 | I. Klaebe 17; K.
Renshaw 13 | N. Collyer 20.
Kapunda Red 80 d Eudunda 68: S. Franks 23 | G.
Schutz 24; G. Campbell 27 d R. Fiegert 21; L. Reinders
Nuriootpa Gold 59 d Nuriootpa Black 54: P. Hughes 27
d J. Krause 13; S. Stewart 17 | K. Semmler 28; R. Leske
15 d C. Reuter 13.
Lyndoch 65 d Angaston 20: D. Turvey 21 d F. Bain 3; A.
Turvey 18 d Z. Horvath 8; J. Allwood 26 d I. Philp 9.
Tanunda 56 d Freeling 35: M. Paech 17 d B. Ellis 10;
M. Meertens 20 d D. Jamieson 8; B. Hoklas 19 d P.
Angaston Blue 39 d Nuriootpa Gold 38: B. Teakle 10
W. Williams 7.
Eudunda White 40 d Nuriootpa Black 39: M. Schutz
13 | G. Langley 17; B. Warner 6 | R. Mattschoss 11;
P. Dickenson 21 d T. Billing 11.
Kapunda Red 37 d Lyndoch Blue 30: J. Trotta 8 |
T. Noble 13; C. Sunman 18 d T. Drummond 3; W.
Beavan 11 | T. Gibbons 14.
Tanunda White 47 d Freeling 36: J. Garrett 16 d
G. Maynard 9; P. Baverstock 24 d T. Secomb 13; T.
Edwards 7 | K. Bettens 14.
Nuriootpa Green 34 d Angaston White 33: I. Klaebe
15 d J. Standish 8; S. Allen 5 | M. Schutz 16; A.
Wilkinson 14 d F. Thomas 9.
Nuriootpa Blue 34 d Eudunda Red 32: R. Chapman 7
| C. Jones 10; D. Wilson 17 d G. Mitev 6; R. Turnbull
10 | R. Ellis 16.
Lyndoch Gold 45 d Kapunda Black 35: K. Boyle 6 | R.
Gill 13; D. Hausler 27 d B. Phillips 8; H. Sykes 12 | C.
Hamper 14. LADIES
Tanunda White 23 | Lyndoch Gold 32: M. Hurst 13 |
M. Sharratt 18; J. Stephens 10 | D. Jones 14.
Nuriootpa Black 19 | Lyndoch Blue 22: H. Roberts 11
d L. Fuller 10; M. Nolan 8 | J. Campbell 12.
Nuriootpa Gold 22 d Kapunda Red 21: N. Fyfe 11 d
H. Sexton 6; D. Baker 11 | L. Carter 15.
Tanunda Black 29 d Kapunda Black 20: K. Wallace 18
d S. Franks 10; M. Meertens 11 d R. Scoot 10.
Angaston White 25 d Freeling 21: L. Teakle 10 | K.
Swanson 14; F. Bain 15 d K. Bitter 7.
Eudunda Red 25 | Eudunda White 27: P. Dutschke 11
| B. Marshall 14; M. Nietschke 14 d J. Milde 13.
Links Archive November 12th 2014 November 26th 2014 Navigation Previous Page Next Page