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Narrow loss for Gawler
O to the 'G'
"We went there thinking that we, probably,
wouldn't win because once we played at Trinity
we were expecting all the teams to be harder,"
"But we went in confident and we all encour-
aged each other and we just said 'it doesn't matter
if we don't win, we get to play at Adelaide Oval
and if we get to go to the MCG that's just a bonus,
so just work hard'."
The T20 Blast School Cup follows a slightly dif-
ferent format to regular cricket matches.
Each innings is eight overs long, with each mem-
ber of the fielding team required to bowl an over
and rotate through every position on the ground.
Batting pairs spend two overs each at the crease
and, instead of being dismissed, concede five runs
to the fielding side for each wicket lost.
There are also special 'double zones' that award
batters with extra runs should they hit the ball in
Immanuel deputy principal and team coach
Julian Helbig was encouraged to see the team's
confidence grow as each match unfolded.
"It was just interesting watching the girls play,
because it was just absolute momentum every
game," Mr Helbig said.
"You could just see them building in confi-
dence each game they played, it was really cool
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GAWLER Bowling Club's premier
league side suffered a narrow nine-shot
loss to Modbury in Saturday's pen-
nants competition, in one of its closest
finishes of the season.
Gawler won two of its four rinks for the
afternoon, with skippers Shane Bevin and
Daryl Kubisch leading their teams to vic-
tory, while the remaining rinks were lost by
just two shots.
It was an enormous effort from Gawler,
considering Modbury's fifth placing on the
premier league ladder.
The metro one north side was also un-
able to score a win, losing to Payneham by a
considerable 42 shots.
John Scholes' rink came the closest to
victory, going down by one shot in a tight
The metro two north team made its
way onto the winners' list after trumping
Tranmere by 28 shots.
Skipper Bill James' rink was instrumen-
tal in the result, snaring a huge 26-shot win
that proved crucial.
Two Wells got the better of Gawler's met-
ro four north side by a narrow six shots.
Results were mixed following Thursday's
competition, with a win to the metro one
east side but losses to the major league and
metro one north teams.
Dorothy Hamp's rink led the way in the
east's 30-shot win over Woodville, beating
their opponent by 14 shots.
Wednesday's results were far better for
Gawler, winning all three of its matches.
PREMIER LEAGUE: Gawler 86 | Modbury 95: P.
Marsden, P. Betton, P. McConnell, R. McConnell 19-
21; B. Lacey, G. Hooper, D. Mackereth, J. Hill 19-21; A.
Skuse, I. Dinham, D. Hunter, S. Bevin 24-21; K. Skuse, K.
Reynolds, P. Reimann, D. Kubisch 23-19.
METRO ONE NORTH
Gawler 66 | Payneham 108: J. Hammell, M. Heffernan,
J. Mills, R. Kirby 18-28; J. Alvaro, G. Brooks, D. Turner,
A. Lipsys 16-24; M. Ransom, I. Cameron, T. Dean, D.
Heathfield 11-34; T. Scholes, I. Greenshields, T. Hatcher,
J. Scholes 21-22.
METRO TWO NORTH
Gawler 82 d Tranmere 54: J. Ross, P. Rogers, B. Horgan,
K. Branson 18-18; B. Smith, E. Hutchinson, P. Jones, L.
Cram 21-17; I. Goodrich, G. Hiney, G. Nussey, B. James
34-8; M. Ayris, J. Boucher, D. Warland, T. Wilson 9-21.
METRO FOUR NORTH
Gawler 48 | Two Wells 54: B. Boyd, M. Koziol, B. Barker,
P. Trzeciak 11-13; A. Ransom, R. Shanahan, J. Barlow, E.
Palmer 11-20; A. Mason, W. Wagner, B. Wilton, B. Green
Gawler 47 | Salisbury 61: T. Scholes, E. Heyworth, D.
Warland, K. Moncrieff 9-30; J. Boucher, M. Jacob, K.
Skuse, T. Dean 23-14; J. Clinch, S. Branson, M. Lacey, M.
METRO ONE EAST
Gawler 79 d Woodville 49: J. Jones, M. May, J. Ross,
J. Goodrich 27-21; J. Brimage, E. Palmer, R. Tainsh, J.
Allwood 27-17; A. Mason, R. Koziol, V. Clark, D. Hamp
METRO ONE NORTH
Gawler 38 | Salisbury Red 76: H. Alvaro, M. Selleck, N.
Mitchell, M. Bateman 16-20; S. Raggio, J. Barlow, G.
Cliff, L. Krzyzanski 9-27; J. Sims, M. Evorall, F. Smith, K.
Buckley 13-29. WEDNESDAY
MAJOR LEAGUE NORTH
Gawler 131 d Two Wells 77: A. Skuse, P. McConnell, J.
Bubner 22-15; B. Lacey, P. Betton, D. Mackereth 30-23; I.
Dinham, S. Bevin 21-6; M. Ransom, A. Lipsys, J. Scholes,
R. Kirby 23-21; G. Brooks, P. Marsden, D. Heathfield, J.
Hill 35-12. METRO ONE NORTH
Gawler 98 d Hope Valley 54: M. Ayris, G. Hiney, I.
Cameron, J. Mills 36-12; M. Koziol, P. Jones, B. Horgan,
G. Nussey 18-14; I. Goodrich, W. Wagner, R. Rogers, B.
James 23-14; B. Smith, I. Greenshields, K. Branson, D.
METRO THREE NORTH
Gawler 62 d Modbury 48: B. Boyd, G. Lewis, P. Rogers,
N. Robinson 17-18; B. Barker, K. Edwards, B. Wilton, E.
Palmer 19-15; R. Shanahan, M. Wilkins, J. Barlow, R.
TRINITY Old Scholars fell 25 runs short of
victory against Penfield in its first loss of the
Adelaide Turf Cricket Association A3 season.
With last fortnight's rain washing out day one
of competition, the match was revised to a one-
day format with both sides given 50 overs to bat.
Penfield batted first and got off to a positive
start, with Trinity's in-form spearhead Anton Hill
finding it hard to get a breakthrough against his
The TOSers conceded 47 runs before claiming
their first wicket, but were unable to swing the
momentum as Penfield's batsmen showed resolve
at the crease.
Wickets came at a steady pace for Trinity, but at
the end of the innings Penfield had posted a com-
Bradley Schaper was the pick of the TOSers'
bowlers, taking 4/32, while Hill was held wicket-
Everything needed to go right for Trinity if it
was to pull off a successful run chase, but things
started disastrously when opener Alex Cotter was
run out for two.
Adrian Zorich combined with remaining open-
er Eythan Barraclough to keep the score moving,
but the latter fell for 23 with the score 2/36.
Some positive batting from Trinity's middle or-
der kept the chase alive, but regular wickets hin-
Ali Forwood (33), skipper Tim Viner-Smith
(44), Mark Williams (18) and Hill (22) all made
positive starts but were unable to see the innings
In the end, the task proved too great for the
TOSers' lower order, which ran out of overs to get
the job done, finishing on 9/199.
This week Trinity hosts Flinders Park at
Waldeck Oval in another one-day encounter.
-- Daniel Elvin
KAPUNDA notched its first win
for the Barossa & Light Bowling
Association season by upset-
ting Eudunda by 16 shots on
The rain that marred the previous
round of competition was nowhere
to be seen as each side fought hard
to get the win.
Both teams won two rinks for
the day, but it was big 11- and 10-
shot wins to Jeff Hanns and Russell
Walker that swayed the outcome in
Freeling was ruthless in its contest
with Lyndoch, accounting for the
visitors by a comfortable 37 shots.
Lyndoch, coming off the bye,
may still have been in holiday mode
as Freeling took charge to win all
four rinks for the afternoon.
Shane Sloan scored one of the
better wins for Freeling, downing
Trevor Noble by 10 shots.
Nuriootpa remains undefeated
after dispatching Tanunda by 20
Nuri secured victories in three
of its four rinks for the afternoon,
with the only loss going to Ron
Turnbull at the hands of Tanunda's
Stuart Allen registered his side's
biggest win for the day, defeat-
ing Tanunda's Bradley Pech by 18
In division two, table-toppers
Nuriootpa Green and Angaston
White have put a considerable
three-game gap between the rest
of the competition following 28-
and 31-shot wins over Freeling and
-- Grady Hudd
Kapunda 99 d Eudunda 83: J. Hanns
29 d R. Ellis 18; G. Cruikshank 23 |
C. Jones 25; R. Gill 20 | G. Prior 23;
R. Walker 27 d A. Pfitzner 17.
Tanunda 85 | Nuriootpa 105: P.
Baverstock 24 | A. Forbes 27; T.
Edwards 21 | G. Langley 25; B. Pech
Freeling 114 d Lyndoch 77: J.
Grantham 35 d C. Rule 16; S.
Marslen 25 d D. Hausler 21; L. Ryan
Kapunda 88 d Nuriootpa Gold 47:
P. Maitland 28 d N. Nolan 18; E.
Allanson 44 d M. Nolan 6; J. Trotta
16 | P. Collyer 23.
Nuriootpa Black 54 | Angaston
Blue 66: A. Fyfe 18 | E. Argent 25;
H. Roberts 16 | L. Teakle 24; D.
Quodling 20 d M. Elsworthy 17.
Nuriootpa Green 91 d Freeling
63: K. North 32 d K. Bettens 19; I.
Klaebe 37 d T. Curtis 19; N. Collyer
22 | L. Goedecke 25.
Eudunda 58 | Tanunda 76: P. Eva
Armstrong 16; J. Willoughby 15 |
P. Knight 27.
Angaston White 81 d Lyndoch 50:
K. Brook 33 d T. Drummond 18; I.
Elsworthy 15 | B. Allen 22; J. Argent
33 d J. Sharratt 10.
Lyndoch 88 d Nuriootpa Black
41.25: D. Turvey 31 d R. Blaser
11.25; J. Allwood 25 d C. Reuter 16;
A. Turvey 32 d K. McDonald 14.
Angaston 84 d Kapunda Black 59:
Z. Horvath 27 d G. Campbell 16; F.
Bain 22 | P. Dobbin 31; I. Philp 35 d
A. Thiele 12.
Kapunda Red 66 | Tanunda 76: S.
Franks 22 | M. Paech 23; C. Hanson
23 | B. Hoklas 26; L. Reinders 21 |
M. Meertens 27.
Nuriootpa Gold 52.25 | Freeling 66:
P. Hughes 8.25 | D. Jamieson 29; S.
Stewart 23 drew B. Ellis 23; R. Leske
21 d P. Nelsen 14.
Tanunda Black 67 d Eudunda White
53: R. Schneider 25 d M. Schutz
16; D. Schiller 23 d G. Prior 11; D.
Heidenreich 19 | P. Dickenson 26.
Nuriootpa Gold 74 d Kapunda Red
56: J. Bell 23 d C. Sunman 20; B.
Randall 29 d W. Beavan 25; W.
Williams 22 d J. Trotta 11.
Nuriootpa Black 55 | Lyndoch Blue
59: D. Quodling 19 | B. Howell
29; T. Billing 20 d T. Noble 15; R.
Mattschoss 16 d T. Gibbons 15.
Angaston White 54 | Freeling 67:
H. Schmied 17 | I. McFarlane 20;
F. Thomas 18 | J. Grantham 21; S.
Heinze 19 | G. Maynard 26.
Eudunda Red 69 d Tanunda White
44: R. Ellis 29 d J. Garrett 10; C.
Jones 22 d T. Edwards 19; G. Mitev
18 d P. Baverstock 15.
Kapunda Black 58 d Nuriootpa
Green 50: G. Cruikshank 13 | A.
Wilkinson 21; B. Phillips 28 d P.
Gould 15; C. Hamper 17 d I. Klaebe
Lyndoch Gold 78 d Nuriootpa Blue
35: K. Boyle 23 d R. Chapman 11; G.
Ayres 36 d R. Turnbull 9; D. Hausler
19 d D. Wilson 15.
Tanunda White 38 | Nuriootpa
Black 48: M. Hurst 20 d M. Nolan
19; J. Stephens 18 | H. Roberts 29.
Nuriootpa Gold 29 | Lyndoch Gold
35.5: N. Fyfe 17 d S. Drummond
16.5; D. Baker 12 | V. Reeves 19.
Tanunda Black 38 d Lyndoch Blue
35: K. Wallace 21 d J. Campbell 13;
M. Meertens 17 | L. Fuller 22.
Angaston Blue 39 | Kapunda Red
44: J. Argent 12 | H. Sexton 27; M.
Elsworthy 27 d A. Thiele 17.
Angaston White 54 d Kapunda
Black 28: L. Teakle 24 d R. Scoot 17;
E. Argent 30 d S. Franks 11.
Eudunda White 49 d Freeling 37:
J. Milde 19 | K. Swanson 23; B.
Marshall 30 d K. Bitter 14.
The Immanuel Lutheran School girls T20 team
after its nals win at Adelaide Oval. Back (from left)
Abbie Woods, Erynne Miller, Julian Helbig (deputy
principal), Arianna Sadiwnyk, Australian cricketer
Megan Schutt, Abbey Supple, Karren Loch
(Immanuel LSO); Front (from left) Kimberley Cloak,
Kira Speake, Chelsea McCracken, Grace Haldane.
Eudunda skipper Chris
Jones is well balanced
as he bowls against
Kapunda in the B&LBA
division one competition
PHOTO: Alec Urquhart
Gawler skipper John Hill talks
tactics with his premier league
team-mates during Saturday's
close encounter with Modbury.
PHOTO: Alec Urquhart
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