Home' The Bunyip : March 25th 2015 Contents Page 6 "THE BUNYIP" GAWLER, SPORT, Wednesday, March 25, 2015
Saturday's Par results: A Grade - I.
Baldwin + 4, A. Strawbridge + 4, K.
Winton +1 D. Wall +1, Z. Fuller 0. B grade
- J. Monaghan + 7, J. O'Connell + 1, D.
Barnett +3, G. Wills +2, B. Perry +2 J.
Biggins +2, D. Venning +1, A. Maynard
G. Young +5, R. Rohde +3, C. Hughes +3,
C. Laucke +2. Ladies -- T. Love 0, T. Ross
--1, B. Both -1.
Thursday's stroke results: A. Edwards 67,
B. Perry 69, M. Davoren 69, A. Graham 71,
B. Menzel 74, G. Johnson 76, P. Cox 76, P.
Tuesday Par results: M. MacGillivray +4, L.
Roberts +4, M. Dunn +3, P. Homburg +2.
Midweek results: G. Brown 43, R. Milner
Thursday's results: A. Preston (c/b) 39
points, S. Winder (c/b) 39, J. Jacka (c/b)
39, P. He ernan 39, K. Poulton 38, G.
James 38, T. Davies 37, P. Marsden 36,
G. Gray 36, D. Whitehill 36, B. Kite 36, R.
Taverner 36, J. Weaver 36, B. Johnson 36
Saturday's results: A grade - D. Keun nett
69, M. Yardley (c/b) nett 70, S. Dowling
nett 70. B grade - P. Potts (c/b) nett 70,
T. Clarskon nett 70, J. Holmes nett 73. C
grade - S. Nyskohus nett 69, D. Toy (c/b)
nett 71, D. Hubber nett 71. Ladies - D.
Poysden 39 points.
Sunday results: T. Holt 40, D. Gri ths 38.
Wednesday's results: K Franklin 41, T.
Mitchell 37, A. Kneebone 34, T. Lehmann
33, N. Wilson 33, D. McQueen 33, K.
Reichstein 32, S. Mitchell 32, R. Kneebone
32, P. Boucher 32.
Women's Thursday Stableford results: J.
Jaensch 34, L. Stephens 33, B. Wright 33.
Saturday's results: T. Mitchell 35 points,
S. Sullivan 34, D. Swann 34, A. Kneebone
Thursday's results: R. Thornins 44, P.
Davies 41, S. Watson 40.
Saturday results: J. Farley +5, M.
Campbell +3, P. Lithgow +5, G. Green eld
+2, D. House +2, G. Lamshed 0, C.
Hongell +1, F. Blackwell --2.
GAWLER & DISTRICTS
Grand nal results: A GRADE: Roseworthy
d Trinity Gawler 28-23. B GRADE: Trinity
d Gumnuts Jade 27-25. C GRADE: Mallala
d Gumnuts Jade 35-13. E GRADE: St
Georges d Trinity 26-17. K GRADE:
Virginia d Gumnuts 23-22. L GRADE:
Xavier Saints d Gumnuts Jade 40-6. N
GRADE: Gumnuts Purple d Trinity Red
2015 BAROSSA VALLEY AUTUMN
PENNANT: Div 1 Rd 6: Kit Kats 2-7-181 d
Turkish Delights 2-7-160 (D. Maher lt M.
Rosiak 0-3, G. Hobbs lt P. Leadbeater 1-3,
D. Pomeroy d K. Ward 3-1, S. Rohrlach d
K. Osborne 3-0).
Picnics 2-8-173 d Cherry Ripes 2-6-142 (T.
Talbot lt G. Ward 2-3, C. Beer by default,
A. Pomeroy lt D. Molineux 0-3, R. Dadds d
J. Nagel 3-0).
Violet Crumbles 2-8-162 d Dr Pasta &
Associates 2-7-193 (O. Osborne d A.
Birchard 3-0, T. Waters lt D. Preuss 2-3, N.
Ridley d R. Dickenson 3-1, S. Victor lt C.
2015 BAROSSA VALLEY AUTUMN
PENNANT :Div 2 Rd 6: Footrot Flats
2-10-232 d Flintstones 2-7-212 (A.
Cunningham lt S. O'Loughlin 2-3, D. Altus
d W. Marschall 3-0, N. Sloper d T. Sloper
3-1, C. Howe lt D. Fusco 2-3).
Jetsons 2-7-178 d Roger's Ramjets 2-
7-161 (R. Lieschke d T. Waters 3-1, P.
Lediaev d R. Harbord 3-0, P. Gerhardylt D.
Molineux 1-3, S. Barr lt M. Hueppau 0-
3). Top Cats 3-11-241 d Wacky Racers 1-8-
237 (P. Leadbeater d I. Mason 3-1, S. Cook
d S. Wendt 3-2, T. Kroehnlt B. Hughes 2-3,
J. O'Callaghan d O. Keane 3-2).
Results: S. Cox 9 points, A. Pike 7, L.
Parikh 6, C. Toft 6, V. Melou 5, J. Clayson 0.
Accumulated points after four rounds:
L. Parikh 54, B. Toor 49, S. Cox 38, A. Pike
31, C. Toft 30, A. Amer 12, B. Hondow 12,
V. Melou 17, C. Perry 6, J. Clayson 4, B.
Hondow 4, A. Stone 2, L. Pinnock 1.
Monday Men: Backyarders d M&Ms 48-
37, C Squad d Cunning Stunts 67-49,
Turbos d Bens & Co 49-29, AP Tigers d
Shooting Bricks 74-25, Titans d Shakers
51-43, Beard of Chuck d Unusual
Suspects 73-48, Wolverines d RPP 68-47,
Swamp Dawgs d Awsum Sauce 60-26,
Has Beens d Hornets 58-20.Tuesday
Juniors: Under 8's - Trinity red d Hope
Jnr C 5-1, Wolves d saints 10-4, Roar d
Knights 12-0, Hope Jnr B d Hope Jnr A
10-6, Space Jam d Trinity Silver 13-0,
Green Devils d Warriors 6-3. Under 10's
- Trinity jets d hawks 10-7, Trinity Brown
d Little Terrors 9-2, Hope B d Saints 10-5,
Barossa Blue d Sandy Creek 13-6, Barossa
Red d Hope A 23-10. Tuesday Night Men's
- Taipans d Google It 42-38, Upper Deck d
Cream 49-33, X-Men d Uncle Drew 39-30.
Thursday Night Mixed - Comets d Family
Feud 50-27, Its Only Social d Beamers
53-37, Fruit Hoops d Long Plains 95-43,
Steelers d Black Magic 52-38.
Monday ladies: Div 1 - Green Envy d
Big Macs 35-9, South Gawler drew with
Firebirds 31-31, Wild Turkeys d United 31-
27. Div 2 - Virginia Rams d Benchwarmers
27-15, Two Wells roosters d laurlis Team
31-14, TOSNC 2 d Watch Out 18-13,
Divas d Jokers 34-11. Div 3 - Jelly Butts
d The Wolves 31-12, Hamley Bridge d
Fruit Tingles 18-14. Tuesday evening
mixed - Pink Paws d Eva Green 23-21,
One Hit Wonders d Vipers 30-13, It's a
Secret d Win Some Lose Some 21-15,
Intercepticons d The Penquins 30-11.
Wednesday's junior - GRAND FINAL
Primary Div 1 - South Gawler d Trinity
Orange 21-9. Primary Div 2 - Trinity
Blue d Trinity Red 11-6. Sub Junior Div 1
- Trinity Red d Baroosa Belles 33-9. Sub
Junior Div 2 - Barossa Districts d Gawler
Centrals 16-14. Junior Div 1 - Angaston
d Barossa Districts 30-21. Junior Div 2
- Magpies d Nuri Girls 22-18. Wednesday
evening ladies - Lollipops d Family A airs
36-22, TV snacks d Girl power 35-18,
oldies d Fruit loops 40-20, Wild turkeys d
Escapees 33-18, Roses & Thorns d TOSNC
24-23. Wednesday evening Mixed netball
- Headlocks d Team Supportive 16-3,
Contact Wing Defence d Team d 39-4.
Friday ladies daytime netball - Wasleys
d Pink Ladies 42-12, Cant Decide d All
blakz 40-33, Lady Birds d Dribs & Dribs
TENNIS: Playford Invitational Night Tennis
There is only one more round of Playford
Invitational Night Tennis before the grand nal,
with three players left in the running for the two
spots after last Thursday's play.
Larry Parihk has moved past the injured Ben
Toor into pole position, although he was forced to
work hard on the night.
The big mover was Shannon Cox, who collected
nine points on the night and is comfortably in
third spot, 11 points behind second-placed Toor.
Playing his best game of the tournament,
Austin Pike pulled o the upset of the season,
with a 16-14, 19-17 win over the otherwise
undefeated on the night Cox.
Games are played at the Bicentennial Courts,
Elizabeth Vale, 7pm on Thursdays. Singles and
doubles will be played, with participants division
one level or higher.
GOLF: Several of the 63 starters for last week's
stableford competition took the opportunity for
the late tee o after a successful presentation
dinner on Friday night.
Of those who played it was one of the talented
McCarthy lads who made the most of the near
perfect conditions to score 40 points.
Unfortunately for Mark, being a visitor from the
Clare club, he was ineligible for the major prize
and had to settle for the A-grade voucher.
Of the locals, there was a log jam at the top
with no less than nine players just one shot back
on 39 points.
In the wash-up it was Dave "Bish Bash" Bashford
who was a narrow winner of the countback.
In a very generous display of sel essness Dave
passed his prize on to 'Archy' in appreciation of his
contribution to cutting the pins, which he has ably
done for some nine months.
I am sure Daniel will enjoy the 'Turkey' in due
Along with Archy, Pegs, The 'Doc' Carson and
another visitor, Roger Coupar, from Saddleworth,
also nished up on 39 points and sat behind
'Crackles' McCarthy in the A grade.
Chris 'Raz' Menz came out after a long lay o
and emotional night the previous evening to
shoot the lights out for his 39 points to clinch the
B-grade countback from Darrell Davies.
The two Watsons, Ian and Stephen, had 38 points.
Richard Schultz and youngster Justin Woods
were the others with 39 points and the elder
statesman took home the voucher.
Gary Patterson, from Eudunda, knocked up 38
Jan Owen wasn't going to be outdone by
her male counterparts and she also scored the
magical 39 points to lead the llies ahead of
Carole Molloy, streets behind on 30.
The 'jackpot' hole has steadily climbed to nearly
$300 after many 'halved' scores over the past
couple of months.
It all starts again from scratch this week after
Martin Hayward's birdie on the 12th netted him
almost enough to cover his subs for the coming
The penultimate round of twilight golf for the
season saw some excellent scores from both Ian
Watson and Paul 'Fergus' Higgins, who both had
23 points, Watto being just the one over the card.
As always, the Thursday competition produced
an equally impressive score to win the day with
Ray Thorning breezing his way to 44 points.
Darrell Davies would have won Saturday with his
41 in second place.
BOWLING: Mallala Bowling Club president Peter
March welcomed 14 teams to Mallala for another
perfect day featuring 'Cosmo Medley' bowling on
Friday, March 20.
Tournament director Lionel Miller then instructed
teams of the day's proceedings before teams took
to the greens.
The rst 14 ends of fours were followed by two
alternating games of eight-ends of pairs, while the
Mallala members served a delicious two-course
After which the nal 12 ends of fours brought to
an end a fun- lled day.
The major ra e prize was a meat tray won by
George Mo at, of Ardrossan.
The runner-up for the day was Murray Launer's
team from Two Wells and Balaklava of Allan
Chivell, Jim Bastian, Raylene Bastian and Brenda
Mallala's winter bowls season is fast approaching,
with the opening day being Wednesday, April 22
from 11.30 am for a noon start.
Bring your at-soled shoes and come along and
enjoy the day on our greens.
GOLF: In Thursday's stableford event, one of
our long-term members Kieth Kluske must have
thought he had a good chance of winning after
carding 44 points, only to nd that Bob McGregor
had scored an incredible 47 points to take the top
spot on the podium and send his handicap to the
lowest it has probably ever been.
Fearless captain Colin Doudle was third with 39.
Other prizewinners were Cli Applebee (38),
Roland Pawlak (37) and Wally Jackson (36) on a
countback from Roen Cameron (36).
While others to make the better half were Barry
Schwartz, Dennis Nation (34), Dennis Hawke, Bob
Hillier, George Dahlitz and Lance Hatcher (33).
Nearest to the pins were Barry Schwartz (seventh
& 12th) and Dennis Hawke (ninth) and Bob
McGregor had the only birdie (sixth).
Only 10 players competed in Saturday's stroke
competition, with Anton Noack carding a nett 67
on a countback to win from John Mitchell and
Errol Branson (67).
Wally Jackson (72) and Dave Russell (74) made up
the better half.
Colin Doudle had the only birdie for the day on
Nearest to the pins were Colin Doudle (ninth),
Anton Noack (fourth) and Bob Hinderwell (14th).
FOOTBALL: To all Gawler Central Tiger
supporters, welcome to another season of football
During the off-season we heard of the passing of
club legend Len Nelson.
Len played in the 1937 premiership side and was
captain of the 1953 premiership and was named
a member of the Gawler Team of the Century.
This week we heard the very sad news that
David Harnett died in a tragic accident at Byron
David, of course, is one of the Harnett clan who
have sponsored our club over many years via
The Kingsford Hotel. Our condolences are with
Audrey, Elle, Mo, Lucy and all of the Harnett
This Saturday afternoon and evening, our
senior sides will play Salisbury North in our one
and only trial match.
The afternoon will begin at 3pm when the
reserves play a six-term match.
The As will start immediately after the reserves,
with the game finishing under lights.
We will be utilising the greyhound facility in
preparation for the season proper in a few weeks'
Meals will be served from 6pm, along with full
bar ser vice beginning at 3pm.
Come along and see what's changed with the
Tigers in 2015 and get a taste of what the new
facility will offer all our members in 2015.
Our first home game of the season is on April
18 when we take on the Nuriootpa Tigers under
This will be a great way to start the season with
the A grade starting at 5.20pm and finishing
The club will be serving meals on the night
beginning at 6pm and running through until
Make sure you get there, it will be a tremendous
occasion as we witness the battle of the Tigers.
NETBALL: Pre-season has been under way for
several weeks and with numbers again strong in
the senior grades.
We are still able to take more players in the 13
and under divisions, so please contact us if you
know of anyone interested in playing.
We are also again offering the Net-Set-Go
program for those new to netball, aged over
five, with the 10 weekly sessions to be held on
Tuesday's from 4pm to 5pm, starting on April 28.
Registrations can be made on line at netsetgo.
asn.au/ (click on 'Find a Club', search by postcode
With a change in format this year, the pre -
season cup was run for the intermediate (17 and
under) divisions, instead of being for Senior 1/2
as in the past.
Our Tiger gals were the ultimate winners from
the event and are now the title holders of the 1st
Intermediate Pre-season Cup.
Well done to all involved; top effort and we look
forward to the season starting and seeing more
of what these young girls can do.
Diary Dates: April 11 -- first game versus
Willaston at Willaston; April 18 -- first home game
April 28 -- netball Net Set Go starts at 4pm to
5pm, at the courts.
Trinity Old Scholars
CRICKET: The weekend saw the end of an era for
Trinity College Old Scholars Cricket Club.
Firstly, this season will be the first in the club's
history that it does not complete the year with
a premiership, while club stalwart Keith Hooker
has announced his playing retirement.
The B grade hosted Sacred Heart Old
Collegiates and the match was evenly balanced
at tea on the first day with the visitors 4/93.
After the break, SHOCs had a shocker and
collapsed to be dismissed for 145.
The old firm of Geoff Steele (4/20) and Hooker
(3/35) did most of the damage.
A tricky little session before stumps, had
Trinity one down.
On Sunday, SHOC set about demolishing our
line-up and from 2/41 the scored collapsed to
As long as Tom Forwood was at the crease, the
TOSers still had hope of chasing down the total.
However, he was dismissed for 38 and the
score was 7/92.
Moe Walker looked solid and well composed
as he tried to marshal the remaining wickets to
support him in a miracle chase but that was to
no avail, as the boys were dismissed soon after
passing triple figures.
It was a disappointing end to a season that
promised so much for Ben Hall's Bushrangers.
After the game, Hooker announced his
retirement, a decision his body and family will
A multiple premiership player and important
part of the club's foundations, his on-field
contributions will sorely be missed.
Meanwhile, the C grade visited a disorganised
Modbury, which didn't bring a ball, scorebook or
Disappointingly for us, they brought their
'game' with them and had us on the ropes early,
after skipper Sam Lee copped a stinker of a
From there, we never really recovered as we
knocked up 102.
The batting highlight was Jaryd Gurney's flat-
batted, eyes-closed six -- which Google later told
him was an 80 metre hit. Gurns equal top-scored
with 14 in a horrible batting card.
Modbury showed why they were the clear
favourites for the premiership, passing the
score one down (Dylan Winning taking the sole
The end of season trip is to the Clare Races
over the Easter weekend -- all details on
Also, the club's final function of the year will
be the presentation night at The Havelock -- see
a committee member to buy your tickets ($50 for
meal, $90 for a drinks package) for the April 11
Mallala Bowling Club Cosmo medley winners Allen Chivell, Jim Bastian, Raylene Bastian and
Brenda Philp of Balaklava.
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