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FREELING put in a composed bowl-
ing effort to come away with a nar-
row 11-run victory over South Gawler
in the only Barossa & Light Cricket
Association match on Saturday, moving
it to the top of the ladder.
With a 30-year 'rain event' predicted to
hit the region over the weekend, all games
from A1 through to A3 were called off,
however some good work by the Lions got
the pitch to a suitable condition for play to
commence by 3pm.
With both sides reduced to 24 overs
each, Freeling was sent in to bat but lost
the early wicket of skipper Ian McMillan
(2) after he was caught off a Jordan Dare
James Young arrived at the crease need-
ing to consolidate with opener Sam
Carmichael, but he too fell victim to Dare
shortly after to have the Water Hens on
shaky ground at 2/16.
Carmichael took the lead with new part-
ner Lachlan Heinrich, scoring all the runs
until Heinrich (0) was caught off David
Golder without scoring.
At 3/31 the Water Hens looked in trou-
ble, however Raed Hannun, as he has done
many times this season, set about steadying
the ship, and together with Carmichael be-
gan to build towards a competitive total.
The pair took the score to 51 before
Golder struck again to remove Carmichael
(22) and swing momentum back in his
Hannun (64*) and Brian Montgomery
(13*) led the charge for the latter half of
the innings, each remaining not out with
the score a competitive 4/128.
In reply South began promisingly, losing
just the wickets of Matt Trzeciak (5) and
Stephen Hogan (20) to be in the hunt at
However, a spate of wickets through
the middle order made the task far more
difficult for the Lions, losing skipper
Brodie Barker (15), Ben Rolton (5), Gold-
er (7) and Dael Redmond (0) cheaply to
McMillan and Russell McDonald did
the damage with the ball, claiming four of
the top six batsmen.
Despite a gallant effort from its lower
order, South was unable to chase the re-
quired runs, with Luke McCracken haul-
ing out in the last over to see the Lions all
out for 117.
Hannun was the leading wicket-taker
B&LCA ROUND 8
FREELING 4/128 d SOUTH GAWLER 117
Freeling ﬁrst innings
b D. Golder
c D. Redmond b J. Dare
c J. Ahern b D. Golder
FOW: 4 (I. McMillan), 16 (J. Young), 31 (L. Heinrich), 51 (S.
South Gawler ﬁrst innings
c B. Heinrich b R. Hannun
c T. Carmichael b R. McDonald 20
c B. Ryan b R. McDonald
c R. Hannun b I. McMillan
c R. McDonald b B. McDonald 7
c R. McDonald b I. McMillan
c L. Heinrich b S. Carmichael 10
c S. Carmichael b R. Hannun
run out (B. Heinrich)
c I. McMillan b R. Hannun
FOW: 13 (M. Trzeciak), 38 (S. Hogan), 51 (B. Barker), 52 (B.
Rolton), 53 (D. Redmond), 59 (D. Golder), 83 (J. Ahern), 90
(M. Sims), 112 (P. White), 117 (L. McCracken).
ANGLE Vale held on to record a four-wicket win
over One Tree Hill in their Para Districts Cricket
Association one-day clash on Saturday.
Batting first, One Tree Hill found itself in serious
trouble after Angle Vale bowler Austin Smith wreaked
havoc with the ball to take 4/30 and see the home team
slump to 8/73.
A crucial ninth-wicket partnership between Bradley
Ryall (43) and Shannon Jackson (14) helped One Tree
Hill get to 132 before being bowled out in the 38th
In reply, Aaron Meredith (26) got Angle Vale off to a
good start, before a few hiccups in the middle order put
the game in the balance.
A vital 32 not out from Shane Cahill and 22 from
Justin Carman helped steady the ship for Angle Vale and
guide the team home with 10 overs remaining.
Ryall was One Tree Hill's best bowler, taking 3/22.
Virginia scored a nail-biting one-wicket win over
Salisbury West in a match where only four batsmen
reached double figures.
Batting first, Salisbury West opener Willi Sewell (26)
started promisingly before the remainder of the order
collapsed to be all out for just 75.
John Natsias led a well-balanced bowling effort, snar-
Virginia would have been confident in chasing down
the paltry total, but remarkably found itself 9/50 with
still 20 runs left for victory.
A match-winning tenth-wicket partnership between
Nathan Warren (16*) and Ashley Nicholas (4*) got the
side over the line.
In the remaining games, Central United defeated
Craigmore by 26 runs, while the match between
Parafield Gardens and Rose & Crown was drawn after
being washed out.
In grade two, Riverside cruised to a comfortable five-
wicket win over Angle Vale.
Batting first, the Vale's batting order fell victim to fine
bowling from Sam Bambery (4/13) to be all out for 84.
Riverside opener Ben McMullen (38) got his side off
to a winning start, with the remaining batsmen getting
the remaining runs in just 18 overs.
ATCO was too good for One Tree Hill in grade three,
saluting by six wickets.
After notching 138 runs batting first, with Andrew
Bevis (33) top-scoring, One Tree Hill was unable to take
enough wickets as Paul Osborne (52*) guided his side
In grade four, a 47-run knock by Two Wells' Dylan
Wise helped his side to a 26-run victory over Riverside.
Central United was too good for Angle Vale in grade
five, winning by 46 runs.
Grade one: Angle Vale 6/134 (S. Cahill 32*, A. Me-
redith 26; B. Ryall 3/22) d One Tree Hill 132 (B. Ryall
43, L. Lister 20; A. Smith 4/30); Parafield Gardens drew
Rose & Crown (wet pitch surrounds); Central United
8/178 d Craigmore 9/152; Virginia 9/76 (A. Leo 21; J.
McInnes 3/16) d Salisbury West 75 (J. Natsias 3/16).
Grade two: Eastern Park 169 (W. Heslop 3/19 (inc.
hat-trick)) d Dublin 94; Riverside 5/85 (B. McMullen
38; C. Marchetto 2/18, J. Richardson 2/19) d Angle
Vale 84 (A. Skelland 17; Bambery 4/13); Craigmore
6/243 d Rose & Crown 191; ATCO 3/97 d Smithfield
96 (L. Childs 2/12, G. Sutton 2/22, B. Galpin 2/22).
Grade three: ATCO 4/140 (P. Osborne 52*, B. Tom-
linson 50; Angus 1/8) d One Tree Hill 138 (Bevis 33;
P. Graham 4/21, Lock 3/19); Central United 8/177
d Parafield Gardens 46; Salisbury West 3/53 d North
Pines 52; Salisbury North 9/153 d Eastern Park 109.
Grade four: Two Wells 8/151 (D. Wise 47, L. Frank-
lin 36; L. Elliott 4/13) d Riverside 125 (L. Elliott 38*, B.
Rendell 34; T. Wake 5/13, D. Wise 3/18); One Tree Hill
3/60 (G. Watson 23*; J. Heincke 2/7) d Craigmore 58
(A. May 25; B. Jarman 3/14); Para Teachers drew North
Pines (wet pitch surrounds).
Grade five: Central United 8/138 (J. Valladares 3/28)
d Angle Vale 92 (T. Mitchell 30); Salisbury North 178
d Rose & Crown 117; ATCO 5/182 d North Pines C
94.Grade six: Salisbury West 158 d Elizabeth East 83;
Tea Tree Gully drew Smithfield (wet pitch surrounds);
Dublin 90 d Virginia 90.
Grade seven: Adelaide Warriors drew One Tree Hill
(wet pitch surrounds); Salisbury West D drew Craigmore
(wet pitch surrounds); Salisbury West E 3/49 d Enfield
Uniting 47; Salisbury North 25 d Angle Vale (A. Davis
50); North Pines D 6/126 d Central United D 125.
Grade one: Rose & Crown 5/250 d Gawler Central
28; Central United 2/32 d Craigmore 21.
Grade two: North Pines 0/32 drew Salisbury
West 6/124; Dublin 3/174 d Rose & Crown Red 129;
Two Wells 0/4 drew Rose & Crown Blue 157; Sandy
Creek drew Smithfield 3/163.
GOLF: It would seem the weather
got the better of the eld for last
week's stroke round sponsored by
Mrs Murray's son Harv.
For all of those who didn't play
it was their loss as the trophy on
this particular day is always worth
As it turned out, Chris Doyle,
back fresh from the US of A, had
a fantastic score of 84/68 to score
the narrowest of wins and the
Part-timer Kallan "Putter"
P tzner was just one shot back
and he held a two-shot bu er in
the A grade.
Both Jamie Lindeblad and
Jarrad Hughes continued their
ne form to shoot 71s.
Hamley Bridge "summer"
member Leigh Durdin played to
his handicap to take home the B
grade with 72 ahead of Lindsay
Payne on 73 and Sal Hambour a
shot further back.
Mario Siciliano had the better
of the C graders with a 73, well
ahead of Darrell Davies on 76 and
Dave Perry on 80.
There were only three llies who
joined their husbands for a hit
with Tine Perry the best with 74.
The Thursday eld wasn't far
short of Saturday's for numbers
with 24 players teeing o .
Veteran leftie Milton Martin
had an impressive 41 points to
just sneak home ahead of Dennis
Peacock with 40.
Despite being a stroke round,
it wasn't the same as a monthly
medal round and Boo Menzel
certainly came back to earth and
reality with a NETT 78 as opposed
to a GROSS 78 the previous week.
This week you will need to
organise a partner for the Mark
Pettigrew 4BBB stableford round.
The trophy donor may bring out
a secret weapon in an attempt to
set a challenge for the rest of the
It looks like the weather may
be more favourable than the
previous week and the course will
be the better for a drop or two of
CRICKET: Due to the wet weather
only the A grade was able to
get a match up and running this
Many thanks go out to the boys
who worked tirelessly to get the
pitch dry and eventually got a
match up and running by 3pm.
Batting rst Freeling put on 128,
mainly thanks to some late hitting
after a tight start with the ball by
Golder and Dare bowled
beautifully, each taking two
Unfortunately, with the bat, the
boys looked behind the eight ball
most of the way and fell 11 short,
being bowled out on the last ball
Hogan top-scored with 20, while
Dare contributed 17 not out later
in the innings.
FREELING STORMS TO TOP
Freeling skipper Ian McMillan tries to heave a short ball to the boundary during his short knock of two in Saturday's win over South
PHOTO: Mary Ackers
STARPLEX: Monday Men results:
Turbos d RPP 53-36, Swamp
Dawgs d Cunning Stunts 30-25,
Shooting Bricks d M&Ms 47-31,
Hurricanes d Beard Of Chuck 38-
27, AP Tigers d Has Beens 50-30,
Backyarders d Unusual Suspects
69-60, Wolverines d Hornets 52-
BAROSSA: Tuesday's stroke
results: B. Baird 71, M. Steinborner
72, P. Johnson 74.
Thursday's stableford results:
C. Hughes 41, S. Siegele 41, P.
Temme 37, R. Kraft 37, K. Turnbull
36, D. Johnson 35, R. Higgins 35,
R. May 35.
Saturday's par results: A Grade
- K. Turnbull +1, Z. Fuller +1, C.
Othams 0, S. Siegele --1, T. Turnbull
--1. B grade - G. Maxted +2, B.
Noack 0, L. Hampel --1, P. Pavlovich
--1, P. Baldwin --1, C. Edwards --1.
Ladies -- P. Homburg --3.
GAWLER: Midweek results: R.
Milner 41 points.
Thursday results: R. Hall (c/b)
EVEN, K. Morse EVEN, A. Kopania
--1, J. Wozniak --2, T. Carter --3.
Saturday results: T. Jensen 38, T.
Jensen 38, G. Frew 37, R. Morris 33,
S. Francas 27.
Sunday results: C. Underwood 41,
M. Moate 36.
KAPUNDA: Thursday's results:
M. Martin 41, D. Peacock 40, G.
TANUNDA PINES: Saturday
Stableford results: C. Fechner 37,
J. Agar 36, N. Harris 36, G. Bethune
36, O. Davies 36, B. Chipman 35,
A. Hamann 35, P. Giersch 34, F.
Contestabile 34, L. Montfort 34, B.
Hage 34, J. Phillips 33, T. George
33, N. O'Brien 32, M. Cirillo 32,
P. Stacey 32, G. Green eld 32, J.
Ho mann 31, B. Verhoef 31, D.
Cock 31, B. Burns 31, R. Casey
31, P. Lithgow 31, K. Owen 31, J.
STARPLEX: Tuesday evening
mixed results: Vipers d Win Some
Lose Some 22-19, Pink Paws d
Golden Vipers 41-11, Happy Hour
d Demons 27-18, Ashleys Angels
KAPUNDA: Saturday's Results:
Target Ri e (Max 100.20) -- J.
Hoerisch 48.02, 49.05, 97.07, 3.00,
100.00%, 19.02. D. Pumpa 46.02,
48.04, 94.06, 6.00, 100.00%, 18.00.
G. Davies 43.01, 42.00, 85.01,
12.00, DNR, 18.03. L. Mullins 42.02,
36.01, 78.03, 16.75, DNR, 19.01.
F Standard (Max 120.20) -- J.
Taylor 57.02, 60.03, 117.05, 8.75,
34.29%, 22.00. B. Kalleske 57.03,
52.01, 109.04, 5.50, DNR, 23.01. A.
Small 51.01, 53.03, 104.04, 16.75,
95.52%, 22.01. J. Manning 59.05,
NA, NA, NA, NA, NA.
Next week. A.&R. Helbig Trophy,
Stage 2, one round each at 500
and 600 yards.
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