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Eudunda 78 | Lyndoch 101: C. Jones 23 d D. Hausler 17;
B. Warner 13 | H. Sykes 33; A. Pfitzner 15 | C. Rule 30; G.
Prior 27 d T. Gibbons 21.
Nuriootpa 124 d Freeling 62: R. Turnbull 29 d L. Ryan 18;
S. Allen 32 d S. Marslen 10; A. Forbes 35 d G. Maynard
14; G. Langley 28 d J. Grantham 20.
Kapunda 100 d Angaston 93: J. Hanns 16 | M. Schutz 34;
G. Cruickshank 31 d J. Standish 17; R. Gill 31 d B. Bowden
18; R. Walker 22 | M. Short 24.
Lyndoch 89 d Angaston Blue 68: J. Sharratt 33 d L. Teakle
22; R. Plant 22 | M. Elsworthy 27; B. Allan 34 d E. Argent
Tanunda 69 | Nuriootpa Green 74: D. Armstrong 19 | N.
Collyer 34; D. Grear 28 d K. North 21; B. Wallace 22 d I.
Freeling 60 | Kapunda 80: T. Curtis 19 | E. Allanson 28; T.
Wellington 21 | J. Trotta 34; L. Goedecke 20 d B. Booth
Nuriootpa Gold 102 d Eudunda 51: P. Collyer 42 d G.
Schutz 17; M. Nolan 29 d R. Hams 19; N. Nolan 31 d R.
Angaston White 100 d Nuriootpa Black 49: K. Brook 31 d
H. Roberts 22; A. Booth 31 d D. Quodling 11; J. Argent 38
d A. Fyfe 16.
Kapunda Red 61 | Lyndoch 67: S. Franks 22 d J. Allwood
16; M. Ryan 14 | D. Turvey 30; L. Reinders 25 d A. Turvey
Eudunda 66 | Kapunda Black 69: R. Fiegert 28 d A.
Thiele 21; P. Dutschke 26 d P. Dobbin 18; D. Pope 12 | J.
Nuriootpa Black 71 | Tanunda 87: R. Blaser 18 | B. Hoklas
30; L. North 24 | M. Meertens 34; K. McDonald 29 d D.
Angaston 95 d Freeling 54: I. Philp 27 d J. Baldwin 16;
D. Copperwheat 37 d D. Jamieson 17; Z. Horvath 31 d P.
Nuriootpa Black 76 d Tanunda Black 53: G. Langley 31 d R.
Schneider 21; T. Billing 26 d D. Schiller 17; R. Mattschoss
19 d D. Heidenreich 15.
Lyndoch Blue 54 | Angaston Blue 59: T. Gibbons 15 | B.
Teakle 25; T. Drummond 15 | K. Brook 23; B. Howell 24
d C. Tabe 11.
Kapunda Red 61 d Eudunda White 43: W. Beavan 17 d P.
Dickenson 10; C. Sunman 23 d G. Prior 18; J. Trotta 21 d
M. Schutz 15.
Freeling 66 d Nuriootpa Green 62: I. McFarlane 17 | I.
Klaebe 29; J. Grantham 20 | S. Allen 21; T. Mullins 29 d
P. Gould 12.
Tanunda White 76 d Nuriootpa Blue 51: J. Garrett 19 d R.
Warnest 16; P. Baverstock 31 d D. Wilson 19; T. Edwards
26 d B. Kernich 16.
Angaston White 54 | Lyndoch Gold 56: H. Schmied 21 d
G. Ayres 16; F. Thomas 19 | D. Hausler 26; M. Schutz 14
drew K. Boyle 14.
Eudunda Red 45 | Kapunda Black 81: A. Jones 21 d
B. Phillips 15; C. Jones 9 | R. Gill 41; G. Mitev 15 | J.
Kapunda Black 43 d Freeling 31: S. Franks 25 d L. Mullins
8; R. Scoot 18 | D. Johansen 23.
Kapunda Red 55 d Eudunda White 26: L. Carter 29 d J.
Milde 18; H. Sexton 26 d B. Marshall 8.
Lyndoch Blue 63 d Eudunda Red 23: L. Fuller 34 d M.
Nietschke 11; J. Campbell 29 d P. Dutschke 12.
Lyndoch Gold 25 | Angaston White 45: M. Sharratt 13 |
E. Argent 24; V. Reeves 12 | L. Teakle 21.
Nuriootpa Black 31 | Angaston Blue 40: J. Chapman 20 d
G. Armstrong 15; H. Roberts 11 | M. Elsworthy 25.
Nuriootpa Gold 46 d Tanunda Black 30: D. Baker 25 d K.
Wallace 12; N. Fyfe 21 d M. Meertens 18.
Donnies lose leading goal-kicker
WILLASTON has been dealt a hefty
blow prior to the 2015 Barossa, Light &
Gawler Football Association season, with
key forward Jamie Williams leaving the
Williams, the association's leading goal-
kicker this season, has signed with Bute in
the Yorke Peninsula Football League, leaving
a sizeable hole to fill in the Donnybrooks' for-
Bute A-grade coach Matt Gallarello, of
Angle Vale, confirmed the star forward had
put pen to paper last Monday, and was glad to
have him on board.
"He's going to be a great asset to our footy
club, we're very pleased that we've got him,"
"I coached Jamie at Central District under
18s, so I had a bit of a relationship with him
there, and he knows a few of our guys that
were recruited, as well as some of our existing
"So we had a bit of an avenue into him from
there and we've just been working through it
with him in the last couple of weeks."
Bute, which finished second to bottom
with just three wins last season, has also at-
tained the services of South Gawler's Shaun
Woodland for 2015 to bolster its "big-man
"Shaun's going to be a really good utility
for us through the ruck and up forward, and
can even go centre-half-back and play key de-
fence," Gallarello said.
"I coached Shaun for four years previously
at Elizabeth...so it's really good to add to our
The loss of the players will be a big hit to
their respective clubs.
Williams formed an integral part of
Willaston's forward-line, while Woodland's
versatility at both ends of the ground, made
possible by the mid-season recruitment of
Virginia ruckman Chris James, allowed the
Lions to pinch-hit danger man Heath Lawry
up forward to great effect.
The Bunyip understands Bute also ap-
proached South midfielder Matt Foldesdy
and Willaston's Ashley Fry, which would have
been a further hit to each club had the coup
"Like other clubs have had a chat to
our footballers, I wouldn't be doing my job
if I didn't at least speak to them," Gallarello
"So I had a chat to them; it was no 'secret
squirrel' stuff, it was all above board.
"We've still got a few more in the pipeline,
Neither the Willaston or South Gawler
football clubs provided comment on the re-
cruiting raid, but are both understood to be
extremely disappointed at the situation.
South's Woodland also heads to Bute
GAWLER Bowling Club took Saturday off due
to the start of the Christmas break, but that
didn't stop the club having success in its mid-
On Thursday, the major league side scored an im-
pressive five-shot win over Tranmere.
Teresa Dean's charges pulled off the biggest result,
winning by 14 shots.
The second-placed metro east side also came away
with the points, defeating Hope Valley by a comfort-
able 22 shots.
Jacqui Goodrich's rink scored the biggest victory,
saluting by 14.
The metro one north team was the only outfit not
to register a win, going down to Modbury by 18
Kay Buckley's rink was the only one to taste suc-
cess, coming away with a nine-shot win.
It was a similar story on Wednesday with
Gawler again managing two wins from three encoun-
The top-placed major league north side
secured a hard-fought four-shot victory over
John Bubner's rink was one of the most impressive,
saluting by a strong 11 shots.
The metro ones were not as fortunate, going
down to Para Hills by 25 shots, while the metro
three's thumped Kensington/Marryatville by 49
No games due to break.
Ladder positioning: Premier League -- 10th; metro one north -- 7th;
metro two north -- 7th; metro four north -- 4th.
MAJOR LEAGUE (4tH ON LADDER)
Gawler 52 d Tranmere 47: T. Scholes, E. Heyworth, D. Warland, K.
Moncrieff 12-20; J. Boucher, M. Jacob, K. Skuse, T. Dean 24-10; J.
Clinch, S. Branson, M. Lacey, M. Heffernan 16-17.
MEtRO ONE EASt (2ND ON LADDER)
Gawler 72 d Hope Valley 50: J. Sims, M. May, J. Ross, J. Goodrich 31-
17; J. Brimage, R. Tainsh, D. Hamp, J. Allwood 18-16; A. Mason, G.
Cliff, V. Clark, L. Cram 23-17.
METRO ONE NORTH
(10tH ON LADDER)
Gawler 43 | Modbury 61: M. Selleck, B. Barker, R. Koziol, M.
Bateman 11-21; S. Raggio, P. Rogers, F. Smith, L. Krzyanski 10-27; H.
Alvaro, J. Barlow, N. Mitchell, K. Buckley 22-13.
MAJOR LEAGUE NORtH
(1St ON LADDER)
Gawler 102 d Payneham 98: B. Lacey, P. Betton, D. Mackereth 14-35;
A. Skuse, P. McConnell, J. Bubner 25-14; I. Dinham, S. Bevin 16-13;
M. Ransom, I. Greenshields, T. Scholes, R. Kirby 19-20; G. Brooks, P.
Marsden, D. Heathfield, D. Maidment 28-16.
MEtRO ONE NORtH (6tH ON LADDER)
Gawler 61 | Para Hills 86: M. Ayris, G. Hiney, B. Hnatyszyn, J. Mills
13-26; B. Smith, K. Branson, I. Cameron, D. Turner 14-19; M. Koziol,
R. Warland, D. Hunter, B. Horgan 9-23; I. Goodrich, R. Rogers, G.
Nussey, B. James 25-18.
METRO THREE NORTH
(2ND ON LADDER)
Gawler 89 d Kensington/Marryatville 40: B. Barker, K. Edwards, M.
Wilkins, E. Hutchinson 35-10; B. Shanahan, B. Wilton, J. Barlow, R.
Fritz 25-19; B. Boyd, B. Wagner, G. Lewis, P. Rogers 29-11.
Good win for
Lyndoch into top four
LYNDOCH has snuck
into the top four before
the Christmas break with a
23-shot win over Eudunda
in the Barossa & Light
Bowling Association on
Despite the convincing
result the rinks were spread
evenly, with each club winning
two for the afternoon.
Chris Rule recorded a solid
15-shot win over Eudun-
da's Andrew Pfitzner, while
Lyndoch's Greg Prior was the
victor in a tight encounter
with Trevor Gibbons.
Kapunda pulled off one of
the season's biggest upsets thus
far, defeating the highly touted
Angaston by seven shots.
Given Kapunda's second-
to-bottom positioning on the
ladder, the result of this match
should have been a fairly easy
one to predict.
However, Angaston was
stunned, as Kapunda emerged
full of spirit to win two rinks
and, ultimately, the match.
Greg Cruickshank's 14-
shot win over Angaston's
John Standish was vital for
Kapunda, as was Roger Gill's
13-shot victory over Brian
Nuriootpa produced one of
its best performances of the
season to smash Freeling by 62
Freeling had no answers as
Nuri's dominant quartet rallied
to win each of its four rinks in
Stuart Allen produced the
biggest victory, winning by 22
shots, while Adam Forbes' 21-
shot triumph over Freeling's
Garry Maynard was also im-
In division two, Nuriootpa
Green endured one of its clos-
est contests for the year, hold-
ing out a gallant Tanunda by
five shots to remain undefeat-
ed.Angaston White also kept its
perfect record intact, easily ac-
counting for Nuriootpa Black
by 51 shots.
ABOVE RIGHT: Kapunda's
Linda Carter and Angaston's
Matt Short work together
to determine who takes the
points during their match on
Saturday. PHOTO: Mary Ackers
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