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LEWISTON trainer Don Turner
is quietly confident of greyhound
What Remains' future, follow-
ing her win in the 400m Gawler
South Bakery Open Maiden
Stake at the Gawler racetrack
Running in race two, What Re-
mains shot out of box three to break
away from challengers Lizard Spock
(5) and Forest Bale (1).
Favourite Quite Contrary (6) was
nowhere to be seen at the pointy
end of the field, coming last out the
boxes, as What Remains pushed up
on the rail and laid down the gaunt-
let for the field to challenge.
Boss Happy Grot (7) was in hot
pursuit of the leader as they turned
for home, pushing up on the inside,
but What Remains held off the chal-
lenge to finish two-lengths-clear first
in a time of 23.20 seconds.
Boss Happy Grot finished second,
while Quite Contrary pushed home
for third after losing early ground
but making a determined run late
on the rail.
Since coming to Adelaide under
Turner's training, What Remains
has delivered improving results with
Its first trial six weeks ago was
followed by a fourth at Angle Park
over 388m and a second at Gawler over 400m.
Turner said that in these early per-
formances there was no doubt What
Remains was on its way to success
over the shorter distances, but will
also be competitive over the 500m
Turner's training expertise was re-
ferred to New South Wales owner
Peter McCann by Peter's brother,
Carrying the title of 2012 Coun-
try Trainer of the Year, it is no sur-
prise that word had got around to
the connections that Turner was the
man for the job.
So after a single phone call, What
Remains and her brother were on
their way to Turner's Lewiston prop-
Beginning as a hobbyist trainer in
1980, Turner is joined in his efforts
by his wife Gail.
In an effort to expand to full-time
training, they moved to Lewiston
where they now run a 10-dog race
This new addition can only be an
encouraging sign of things to come
for the Turners.
Amongst other notable efforts
for the day was a trainer's double to
Troy Murray, with Aston Wingard
and Van Charro Flash coming home
for convincing victories, both over
Racing returned to Gawler yester-
day, with an upcoming Sunday twi-
light meet on the 23rd.
Quiet confidence in the future
Lewiston trainer Don Turner with his
promising greyhound What Remains
following her recent win at Gawler.
STARplex: Results: Monday Men - Phils team d
Wizards 57-36, Rattlers d Shakers 44-34, Run & Gun
d AP Tigers 20-0, Swamp Dawgs d OrlagoBujic 52-39,
Wolverines d M&Ms 53-46, Beard of Chuck d Turbos
51-47, Cunning Stunts d Shooting Bricks 56-44.
Tuesday Juniors - Under 8's - Hope Jnr C d St Brigids
Knight 2-0,Trinity Red d Hope A 10-0, Warriors drew
Bulls 10- 10, Lyndoch Wolves d Roar 18 -- 6, Hope
Jnr B d St Brigids Saints 18-0, Green Devils d Space
Jam 10-6. Under 10's - Hope B d St Brigids Saints 10-
9, Little Terrors d Sandy Creek 6-5, Trinity Brown d
Hawks 16-4, Trinity Jets d Barossa Bulldogs Blue 4-20,
Hope A d Barossa Bulldogs Red 9-6.
Tuesday Night Men's - Team Rocket d TZK 69-27,
C.R.E.A.M d Mighty Ducks 77-36, Donkeys d Uncle
Drew 57-28, Gang Green d Google It 59-40, Upper
Deck d Red Lions 54-32, X-Men d Tanks 59-32, Taipans
d Hoopless 55-13, Wolves d Muffin Stuffers 54-34.
Wednesday Evening Ladies - Tangos d T-Birds 20-17,
Brookers d Untouchaballs 47-23, Bittys d Wells Girls
GAWLER: Results -- Men's Division - Spot On d Dart
Syndrome 8-5; Barflyz d Enigmas 11-4; Wanderers
d Wooden Spoons 13-2. Mixed Division - Ravens
d MATS 6-5; B & B's d Rebels 6-5. Ladies' Division -
Hepcats d Saints 8-3.
ADELAIDE PLAINS & BAROSSA: Veteran Results:
A Grade - D. Batterbury (Port Lincoln) 47, J. Pengilly
(Riverton) 39, C. Decelis (Gawler) 35, R. Hampel
(Barossa Valley) 35, G. Hewitson (Highercombe) 34,
Y. Frencken (Two Wells) 34, L. Grafton (Two Wells)
33, P. Sahb (Shell Golf Club) 33, C. Noack (Gawler)
32. B Grade - T. Dowling (Gawler) 38, R. Twitchen
(Penfield) 35, P. Von der Borch (Barossa Valley) 35, M.
Marcus (Penfield) 35, G. Taylor (Barossa Valley) 35, K.
Turffrey (Penfield) 35, M. Reynolds (Kapunda) 33, R.
Kernick (Barossa Valley) 31, R. Jones (Kapunda) 31,
J. Curnow (Balaklava) 31, I. Smith (Two Wells) 29, S.
Morey (Gawler) 29. C Grade - V. Cozzitorto (Kapunda)
40, G. Collins (Mawson Lakes) 38, D. Wyer (Gawler) 37,
B. Kilmier (Gawler) 36, C. Doudle (Hamley Bridge) 36,
P. Symes (Gawler) 35, D. Dorsett (Mount Pleasant) 34,
R. Tonkin (Kapunda) 33, G. Dawson (Penfield) 33, K.
Bubner (Islington Works) 33, B. Portlock (Gawler) 32,
J. Raynor (Barossa Valley) 32.
Coopers Stableford results: G. Fechner, P. Heffernan,
G. Maxted, D. Wall 107, G. Barber, K. Winton, C. Berndt,
D. Venning 106, L. Roberts, B. Baird, P. Graetz, M.
Midweek results: R. Fraser 40 points.
Thursday's results: S. Francas 44, G. Britton 42, A.
Goodchild (c/b) 39.
Saturday's results: Overall -- A. Trout 43. A grade -- S.
Mcgregor 42, J. Wozniak 41, J. Assender 38 c/b. B
grade -- D. Emmert 42, S. Morey 41 c/b, P. Heffernan
41. C grade -- A. Trout 43, K. Bubner 41, A. Paul 39 c/b.
Ladies -- K. Barr 39, S. Francas 38, D. Poysden 36.
Sunday results: B. Pipe 40, J. Peel (c/b) 38, N. Orr 38, P.
Robinson 37, R. Kilmier 37, I. George 36, A. Yule 36.
KAPUNDA: Thursday's results: T. Bateman 44, R.
Schultz 41, J. Menzel 38.
Saturday's Stableford results: Winner- T. Richardson
44 points. A Grade- R. Fuller 42, D. Carson 39c/b, T.
Holding 39c/b, T. Scheer 39c/b, M. Orvad 39. B Grade-
J. Ball 43pts, S. Watson 42, W. Skinner 39, G. Jones 39.
C Grade- D. Perry 39pts, J. Menzel 38, M. Siciliano 38,
M. Hatcher 38c/b, D. Bashford 38. Ladies- J. Menzel
36pts, M. Daniel 34. o o o
MOUNT PLEASANT: Saturday (8/11/14) Stableford
results: S. Tregenza 42 points, A. Wake 39, P. Turvey 36,
J. Zerk 35.
Saturday (15/11/14) par results: J. Zerk +4, P. Turvey
+3, P. Wrightman +3, A. Kneebone +1, D. Dowsett +1,
S. Tregenza 0, R. Hargrave 0.
TANUNDA PINES: Saturday Stableford Results: A
grade - G. Bethune 37, N. Giles 37. B grade - N. O'Brien
43, P. Schultz 38. C grade - F. Contestabile 42, M.
Griffith 37. Ladies - P. Henschke 39, A. Andersen 34.
GAWLER & DISTRICTS: Results: A Grade - Trinity
Gawler d Lutheran 42-23, Gumnuts d St George's 37-18,
Roseworthy d Virginia 30-19.
B Grade - Gumnuts Jade d Xavier Saints 30-22,
Lutheran d St George's 36-16, Gumnuts Purple d
Trinity Gawler 20-19. Ladder -- Ladder - Gumnuts
Purple 6 (48%), Lutheran 4 (46), Gumnuts Jade 4 (34),
Trinity Gawler 2 (33), Xavier Saints 2 (30), St George's
C Grade - Mallala d Gumnuts Purple 42-7, Xavier
Saints d Gumnuts Jade 20-15, Lutheran d
Trinity Blue 25-18. Ladder -- Mallala 6 (106%),
Xavier Saints 4 (33), Lutheran 3 (45), Gumnuts
Jade 2 (47), Trinity College Red 1 (39), Trinity
College Blue 1 (38), Gumnuts Purple 1 (17).
E Grade - Trinity Red d Trinity Blue 33-15. Ladder
- St George's 6 (160), Trinity College Red 4 (37), Xavier
Saints 2 (21), Trinity College Blue 0 (15).
K Grade - Virginia d Trinity 28-6, St George's White d
Two Wells 24-23, St George's Black d Lutheran 33-8,
Gumnuts d Xavier Saints 30-9. Ladder -- Gumnuts 6
(83%), Virginia 6 (79), St George's Black 4 (62), Two
Wells 2 (43), St George's White 2 (42), Lutheran 1 (24),
Trinity Gawler 1 (14), Xavier Saints 0 (7).
L Grade - St George's Black drew with Trinity Blue
11-all, Gumnuts Jade d St George's White 35-6, Xavier
Saints d Lutheran 33-4. Ladder - Xavier Saints 6
(493%), Trinity College Blue 5 (135), Gumnuts Jade
4 (86), St George's Black 3 (64), Lutheran 0 (10), St
George's White 0 (4), Gumnuts Purple 0 (2).
N Grade - Trinity Red d Xavier Saints 10-9, St Georges
d Trinity White 13-6, Gumnuts d Trinity Blue 3-
0. Ladder - St George's 6 (196), Trinity College Red
6 (100), Xavier Saints 4 (75), Gumnuts 2 (4), Trinity
College White 0 (13), Trinity College Blue 0 (4).
O Grade - Xavier Saints d St George's Black 10-4, St
George's Maroon d Lutheran 10-1.
Results: Monday ladies - Grand Final - Div 1 - Wild
Turkeys 41 d Mauve It 23. Div 3(A) THEM 28 d
Roseworthy Vetballers 21. Div 3(B) Laurlis Team 31 d
All Saints 22.
Tuesday evening mixed - Slinky All Blacks d Ashleys
Angels 25-20, Pink Paws d TNT 39-14, Falcons d TLL
34-7, Happy Hour d Drop It In 39-18, Vipers d Win
Some Lose Some 26-15, Demons d Golden Vipers
Wednesday Junior - Primary Div 1 - Trinity Purple d
Trinity Orange 16-12, South Gawler d Barossa Districts
1 10-4. Primary Div 2 - Trinity Red d Trinity Yellow 76,
Trinity Maroon d Barossa Districts 76.
Inters - Willaston d Trinity Blue 16-13, Gawler Central
d Trinity Red 23-18.
Wednesday evening ladies - Div 1 - St George's d TV
Snacks 39-14, TOSNC d Escapees 29-20, Wild Turkeys
d Lollipops 25-14.
Div 2 & 3 - Girl Power d Family Affairs 31-15, Roses &
Thorns d Fruit Loops 32-5, Mallala d Wild Cats 28-24,
Just Us d Accidents Happen.
Wednesday evening Mixed netball - Div 1 -
United Tigers d Ball Huggers 30-20, Michael + 5 d
Div 2 - Jekylls Angels d The Rejuvenated Rebels 22-
9, Milkshavers d Team D 27-16, The Other Guys d
Friday ladies' daytime netball - Mixed Bag d Pink
Ladies 35-30, Brookers d Wasleys 37-35, Lady Birds d
All Blakz 36-12, Mummas d Dribs & Drabs 40-29.
GAWLER: Results: J. Drake/P. Moreland/B. Saunders
d M. Randall/S. Wilson/P. Drake 13-8; A. Collinson/J.
Gejas/G. Head d J. Stenning/L. Roud/L. Elles 13-5;
P. Moreland/B. Saunders/J. Gejas d A. Collinson/J.
Stenning/S. Wilson 13-6; P. Drake/J. Drake/M. Randall
d L. Elles/L. Roud/G. Head 13-6; L. Elles/S. Wilson/J.
Stenning d G. Head/M. Randall/A. Collinson 13-8; P.
Moreland/J. Gejas d L. Roud/B. Saunders 13-9.
KAPUNDA: Results: Target Rifle (Max 100.20) -- J.
Hoerisch 48.02, 49.02, 97.04, 2.75, DNR, 16.00. A.
Helbig 44.03, 47.02, 91.05, 4.00, DNR, 19.01. J. Allen
44.02, 46.03, 90.05, 4.75, DNR, 18.02. D. Clarke 44.02,
46.02, 90.04, 4.25, DNR, 17.01. G. Davies 45.03, 40.01,
85.04, 11.00, DNR, 15.00. S. Barrie 46.02, 39.00, 85.02,
6.75, DNR, 11.00. J. Jones 30.00, 33.00, 63.00, 19.00,
DNR, 9.00. F Standard (Max 120.20) -- J. Taylor 56.03,
54.02, 110.05, 6.25, DNR, 21.01. A. Foden - 53.02,
51.01, 104.03, 9.00, DNR, 14.00. A. Small 44.02, 40.01,
84.03, 12.00, DNR, 16.00. F Open (Max 120.20) -- M.
Lagana 54.00, 43.00, 97.00, 9.75, DNR, 18.00.
PLAYFORD: Results: Gulfview Heights 5-150 d Trinity
0-58 (S. Clarke/A. Sneath d B. Hondow/B. Hondow
30-19; S. Clarke d Brayden Hondow 30-12; A. Sneath
d Brodie Hondow 30-14; A. Sneath d Brayden
Hondow 30-5; S. Clarke d Brodie Hondow 30-8).
Gawler 5-150 d The Grove 0-102 (S. Drury/S.
Adams d L. Parikh/C. Toft 30-20; S. Drury d L.
Parikh 30-23; S. Adams d C. Toft 30-20; S. Drury
d C. Toft 30-18; S. Adams d L. Parikh 30-21).
Playford 3-135 d Elizabeth 2-93 (B. Toor/A. Pike d
L. Pinnock/L. Forgione 30-18; B. Toor d L. Pinnock
30-7; A. Pike lost to L. Forgione 24-30; B. Toor d L.
Forgione 30-8; A. Pike lost to L. Pinnock 21-30).
Premiership table: Gawler Marvels 41, The Grove 35,
Playford 24, Gulfview Heights 20, Elizabeth 15, Trinity
BAROSSA: Division 1 Round 14- Egg Beaters 2-9-
208 d Pawz 2-7-197 (M. Tully d A. Birchard 3-0, P.
Leadbeater lt G. Ward 1-3, N. Ridley lt D. Preuss 2-3,
S. Rohrlach d C. Zadow 3-1). Has Beans 3-9-182 d
Hobbits 1-5-156 (T. Talbot d M. Harris 3-1, S. Clarke d
G. Alderslade 3-1, K. Ward lt G. Hobbs 0-3, D. Pomeroy
d B. Conway 3-0). Rose 'N' Thorn 2-8-158 d Good One
2-6-153 (M. Rosiak lt V. Trotta 0-3, D. Maher d T. Waters
3-0, C. Beer lt P. Howe 2-3, D. Pomeroy d S. Victor 3-0).
Division 2 Round 14 - Ctrl-Alt-Del 3-9-218 d Firefox
1-7-196 (G. Nitschke d R. Lieschke 3-2, S. Cook d D.
Molineux 3-2, K. Jermey lt T. Kroehn 0-3, S. Barr d J.
Floppy Discs 3-10-190 d MSDOS 1-4-140 (I. Mason d
S. O'Loughlin 3-0, M. Witcomb d A. Smith 3-1, A. Bryce
lt W. Marschall 1-3, D. Fusco d T. Wells-Sidler 3-0).
Googlers 3-9-171 d Wifis 1-4-133 (P. Leadbeater d S.
Wendt 3-0, P. Gerhardy lt P. Lediaev 0-3, J. Markey d M.
Hines 3-1, D. Wisbey d O. Keane 3-0). Trojans 2-8-182
d Terabytes 2-6-173 (N. Sloper lt A. Cunningham 0-3,
R. Harbord d A. Grundel 3-0, E. Boland d T. Sloper 3-0,
C. Hunt lt C. Howe 2-3).
CRICKET: A grade - South travelled to Angaston
and began the day on a positive note with Brodie
Barker winning the toss and electing to bat.
After a rain delay before a ball was bowled the
game began half an hour behind schedule.
South limped to 6/109 before a second heavy
downpour washed out the day's play.
Matt Trzeciak (24 not out), Brodie Barker (24) and
Jacob Ahern (19) were the contributors thus far.
South will have a further 13 overs to bat next week
to set Angaston a total to chase.
The B grade A2 side had the bye this round.
After sending Mallala into bat, the South Gawler
C grade put on an excellent bowling and fielding
display to dismiss Mallala for just 82 in just over
Despite at one stage looking like the rain was
going to put a dampener on the result, South
Gawler chased the runs in just over 19 overs and
with nine wickets still in the sheds.
Best performers were Daniel Korber (4/13 and 23
not out) and Scott Anders (2/18 and 49 not out).
In the under 16s South batted first against
Kapunda/Eudunda/Robertstown and amassed
7/136 from the allotted 40 overs.
Connelly (40), Korber (36) and Judd-Smith (25)
provided the only innings of note with the bat.
The boys will have to bowl with consistency and
pressure next week to take the win.
No write-up was received from the under 12s but
they were defeated by Nuriootpa on the average-
The boys are showing signs of improvement
each week and there are sure to be some handy
future stars developing out of the team.
GOLF: Last Thursday's stableford competition was
cancelled because of the club's heat rule, but on
Saturday 20 players competed in a par round with
Brian Cooper winning the day with a creditable +8
from Noel Stringer +5.
Wally Jackson, Anton Noack (+ 3) and Kieth
Kluske (+1 - c/b) were all prizewinners, while others
to make the better half were Barry Schwartz, Doug
Cooper (+1), Roland Pawlak (square), Colin Doudle,
George Dahlitz, Wim Van Pelt (--1).
Non-competition players Shane Usher (90),
Dennis Nation (82).
Birdies were scored by Errol Branson on the ninth
and 17th, John Mitchell (sixth) and nearest the
pins were won by Barry Schwartz (fourth), Errol
Branson (ninth) and Bob Charman (12th).
GOLF: 'Boo' Menzel provided the trophy for last
week's stableford round at Kidman Links.
Another good field of 50+ players took to the
course in pretty good conditions, considering the
As was the case the previous week, a good
percentage of the field played to their handicap or
better with the best scores into the 40s.
Tony Richardson has got the better of his
renovations and had a great day out on the course
to score 44 points and take the major trophy.
Tony's 18 handicap will take a hammering if he
continues with that sort of form.
The best of the A graders was Rod Fuller who
has found a bit of form of late and finished with an
equally impressive 42 points.
Well done Rod it was good to see you back in the
He had a three-shot buffer over a trio of players
in Dave Carson, Tony Holding and Tim Scheer.
I'm sure all three had scrubbed holes, which could
have seen their scores improved.
Michael Orvad continued his very consistent run
with 38 points.
The B grade also saw some excellent scores with
John Ball, from Two Wells, and Steven Watson just
a shot or two behind the day's overall winner.
Wayne Skinner and Greg Jones both came up
with 39 points.
That was a popular score, with Dave Perry also
ending up on the number, winning the C grade by
the narrowest of margins.
The quartet of Jim Menzel, Mario Siciliano,
Matthew 'The Vice' Hatcher and Dave 'Bishbash'
Bashford all ended up on 38 points.
Maybe it is the slower greens after the recent
coring which has led to the improved scores but,
whatever the reason, it is good for all concerned
trying to knock down their handicaps.
Of course, if you only finish with 22 points, as
did Greg 'Diamond Jim' Tilbrook, your handicap is
likely to go the other way and you are also likely to
pick up the encouragement award.
Six fillies ventured out and, despite a 2 for 4 on
the par three fifth, Carol Molloy could not match
Jenny Menzel's 36 or Marianne's 34 points.
Thursday's field was severely depleted due to
the weather being 40 degrees and it was only the
12 die-hards who completed the 18 holes.
Trevor Bateman and Richard Schultz handled
the conditions the best with 44 and 41 points,
ON November 8 and 9, Petanque Federation
Australia held its annual interstate challenge in
Gawler Petanque Club president Glenis Head
was a member of the South Australian over 60s
Against some very strong players from Western
Australia, Victoria and Tasmania, the South
Australian team was unable to retain the trophy it
won in 2013 and now looks forward to next year's
Due to a competition at Prospect Petanque Club
this Sunday, the Gawler Petanque Club will not be
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