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BAROSSA, LIGHT & GAWLER FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION
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Barossa wins nail-biter
4.3 8.4 15.8 21.13 (139)
4.5 4.6 6.7 7.12 (54)
Angaston- Goals: A. Pech 7, D. Williamson 4, A. Reincke 3, M.
Doecke, J. Roesler 2, M. Blenkiron, S. Rusca, T. Flight. Best: S.
Rusca, D. Williamson, T. Gordon, J. Miles, A. Pech, T. Flight.
Kapunda- Goals: P. Anderson, J. Zanandrea, D. Johncock 2, B.
O'Donohue. Best: A. Turrell, D. Johncock, P. Anderson.
7.1 11.3 14.5 17.8 (110)
Barossa District 3.4 6.7 10.8 12.12 (84)
Willaston- Goals: S. White 5, S. Walton 3, M. Hollis 2, J. Camp-
bell, J. Day, T. Irlam, J. Jones, B. Rendell, D. Allocca, J. Collins.
Best: D. Allocca, J. Collins, J. Campbell, B. Rendell, S. White,
Barossa District- Goals: W. Roberts, J. Goodfellow 3, B. Bus-
sell, D. Sharp 2, A. Elix-Berndt, D. Curtis. Best: J. Goodfellow, J.
Stanbury, D. Sharp, B. Bussell, W. Roberts, A. Elix-Berndt.
Gawler Central 1.6 5.7 13.10 17.14 (116)
3.6 7.10 7.13 9.14 (68)
Gawler Central- Goals: B. Mercer 4, A. Wright, P. Bova 3, A.
King, C. Jamar 2, L. Edwards, J. Latimer, C. Hill. Best: J. Blake-
more, N. Flynn, J. Latimer, C. Jamar, P. Bova, C. Thomas.
Freeling- Goals: J. Vaneveld 4, J. Robinson 2, D. Horsnell, T.
Barnes, M. Camplin. Best: T. Stanton, J. Robinson, R. Jarman,
J. Vaneveld, D. Leske.
4.1 9.5 12.6 19.10 (124)
3.3 5.4 6.7 7.10 (52)
Nuriootpa- Goals: J. Juniper 4, J. Rodda, J. Nash, R. Foulis, A.
Edwards, M. Rumbelow 2, D. Ribbons, J. Jaensch, H. Slattery,
R. Salter, R. Byrne. Best: J. Juniper, D. Ribbons, J. Nash, S.
Haniford, W. Byrum, H. Slattery.
Tanunda- Goals: J. Martinson 2, S. Wendelborn, B. Dalby, C.
Underwood, R. Bignell, M. Underwood. Best: T. Schiller, L.
Westhoff, E. Moore, R. Bignell, J. Ward, K. Coleman.
4.0 6.1 11.1 13.1 (79)
2.1 4.3 7.8 8.13 (61)
Kapunda- Goals: B. Cox, B. McKinnon 3, S. Ryan 2, A. Adams,
D. Collins, M. Koenig, C. Smith, A. May. Best: T. Matthews-
Brown, B. McKinnon, D. Giles, S. Close, A. Adams, N. Tilley.
Angaston- Goals: L. Lade 3, M. Williams 2, J. Finch, T. Clark,
J. Hood. Best: B. Homes, M. Makris, J. Hood, S. Woodards, L.
Lade, S. Beckmann.
Barossa District 2.4 4.7 8.10 10.10 (70)
2.1 4.3 7.4 10.5 (65)
Barossa District- Goals: R. Hales 3, M. Brooke, R. Allington 2,
M. Harris, W. Aylett, D. Kickel. Best: W. Aylett, M. Brooke, J.
Woods, D. Miller, A. Arthur, D. Kickel.
Willaston- Goals: J. Carter 3, H. Moss 2, J. Cole, R. Rosewall, T.
Stansborough, J. Guidera, D. Brooks. Best: C. Moore, P. Whar-
ton, R. Boswell, L. Elliott, T. Bornholdt, B. Nottle.
Gawler Central 5.3 6.5 10.7 13.11 (89)
0.1 6.2 7.5 9.5 (59)
Gawler Central- Goals: B. Walter, C. Koen, M. Knight, J. Neat
2, R. Wenham, T. Lamont, T. Williams, S. Maher, J. Edwards.
Best: R. Wenham, J. Edwards, S. Maher, T. Duffield, M. Mercer,
Freeling- Goals: T. Carmichael 3, B. Laube 2, B. Haseldine, P.
Leske, B. Darwin, P. Erskine. Best: T. Haseldine, A. Selleck, B.
Darwin, T. Carmichael, J. Ashenden.
3.2 4.2 7.3 9.7 (61)
2.0 5.3 7.5 8.7 (55)
Nuriootpa- Goals: A. Lange 3, S. Schmaal 2, L. Sich, T. Jungfer,
A. Fiegert, L. Cook. Best: C. Hoffmann, L. Heinrich, L. Bevan, T.
Watson, A. Lange, R. Schultz.
Tanunda- Goals: D. Bergen, D. Abinett 2, D. Ellis, K. Falken-
berg, S. Marks, J. Heidrich. Best: J. Hage, G. Gann, S. Marks, J.
Heidrich, L. Kemp, J. Thompson.
3.4 8.9 11.12 14.14 (98)
2.3 5.3 6.4 6.7 (43)
Angaston- Goals: R. Humphries-Carnelly 4, L. Cunningham 3, J.
Howell, J. Hopkins 2, C. Hean, W. Richardson, S. Habermann.
Best: R. Humphries-Carnelly, T. Jackaman, S. Habermann, L.
Cunningham, J. Antonie, B. Sibley.
Kapunda- Goals: N. Merz, J. Higgins 2, B. Jones, P. Prior. Best:
J. Freeman, A. Dempsey, C. White, A. Smith.
Barossa District 5.5 8.6 13.9 18.12 (120)
1.1 2.4 2.4 8.6 (54)
Barossa District- Goals: R. Hage 5, J. Schuurmans 4, B. Ratcliff
3, J. Brown 2, M. Dalliston, T. Wilkin, B. Dowse, S. Hunt. Best:
J. Schuurmans, B. Dowse, O. Watson, B. Ratcliff, M. Dalliston,
Willaston- Goals: L. Downing 3, A. Webb 2, D. Wormald, H.
Schugmann, L. Mells. Best: T. Harris, J. Phillips, L. Sutton, D.
Wormald, L. Downing, J. Walsh.
Gawler Central 5.2 10.3 14.4 18.7 (115)
0.3 1.3 1.4 1.5 (11)
Gawler Central- Goals: A. Byster 6, K. Hummell 3, J. Frahm, J.
Hamilton, G. Brettig 2, N. Chandler, C. Slate, J. Billing. Best: C.
Slate, B. Lane, A. Byster, A. Robertson, S. Dowden, M. Schulze.
Freeling- Goals: D. Robertson. Best: C. Heath, B. Robinson, P.
Byrne, C. Coleman, S. Daff.
1.2 7.9 10.14 12.15 (87)
3.0 4.0 7.0 8.3 (51)
Tanunda- Goals: N. Burton 5, J. May, L. Ide, B. Biagi. Best: N.
Burton, B. Biagi, L. Ide, J. May, B. Dalby, J. Madden.
Nuriootpa- Goals: S. Higgs 3, S. Dearlove, A. Laverty 2, W.
Hayes, C. Dahms, H. Crawford, R. Haynes, N. Mathews. Best:
C. Dahms, A. Laverty, N. Mathews, S. Furnell, W. Hayes, H.
5.5 14.6 19.7 22.13 (145)
0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 (0)
Angaston- Goals: R. Montgomerie 8, H. Starick 3, H. Schubert,
R. Jenke 2, A. Moyle, S. Hooper, D. Sibley, L. Gaston, C. Collins,
Z. Ahrens, J. Monaghan. Best: R. Montgomerie, R. Argent, W.
Lindsay, J. Monaghan, H. Starick, M. Cowham.
Kapunda- Best: F. Smith, B. Jones, P. Prior, A. Hayward, B.
Barossa District 2.1 6.1 10.4 16.6 (102)
0.0 0.2 0.2 0.4 (4)
Barossa District- Goals: T. Liebelt 10, B. Combe 2, E. Gant, D.
Grieve, J. Allman, J. Grovermann. Best: T. Liebelt, A. Casboult,
J. Mattiske, D. Grieve, W. Cameron, E. Morrow.
Willaston- Best: M. Hemmerling, A. Ponton, J. Goddard, Z.
East, E. East, J. Saunderson.
3.2 5.2 10.5 12.8 (80)
Gawler Central 1.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 (18)
Freeling- Goals: J. Marslen 5, A. Niblock 2, D. Heidenreich,
F. Arbon, T. Taylor, J. Lovell, J. Pasfield. Best: H. Wingfield, D.
Nixon, J. Slattery, J. Marslen, J. Pasfield, I. Poulton.
Gawler Central- Goals: B. Pilkington, J. Denton, L. Sutton. Best:
B. Pilkington, T. Cameron, J. Needham, V. Ienco, C. Tagg, J.
2.1 5.3 6.4 8.5 (53)
3.1 4.2 7.5 7.10 (52)
Nuriootpa- Goals: S. Falland 4, M. Norton 2, C. Noack, I. Fel-
tus. Best: K. Westlake, S. Falland, R. Cannizzaro, J. Mader, S.
Brown, A. Materne.
Tanunda- Goals: J. Pape 4, R. Hoklas 2, J. Birchard. Best: J.
Pape, J. McLennan, P. Mudge, Q. Gladigau, J. Whitelum.
AGRADE PWLDBForAgst %PTS
GawlerCent 8 5 2 1 1 1022 635 61.68 11
Freeling 8440160962549.35 8
SouthGawler 8 3 4 1 1 620 715 46.44 7
BarossaDist 8 0 8 0 1 505 944 34.85 0
BGRADE PWLDBForAgst %PTS
GawlerCent 8 8 0 0 1 719 296 70.84 16
BarossaDist 8 6 2 0 1 457 393 53.76 12
SouthGawler 8 3 5 0 1 351 389 47.43 6
Freeling 8350138543846.78 6
GawlerCent 8 8 0 0 1 1027 179 85.16 16
BarossaDist 8 5 3 0 1 696 406 63.16 10
SouthGawler 8 1 7 0 1 337 746 31.12 2
Freeling 8 0 801 1681033 13.99 0
SouthGawler 8 8 0 0 1 625 173 78.32 16
BarossaDist 8 5 3 0 1 527 209 71.60 10
Willaston 8350135452640.23 6
Angaston 8260132142343.15 4
Kapunda 80801171105 1.52 0
Gawler Central 4
Gawler Central 0
Barossa District 0
Gawler Central 2
Gawler Central 0
Gawler Central 2
South Gawler 0
Gawler Central 6
Barossa District 10
South Gawler 0
South Gawler 0
BAROSSA District held on for a nail-
biting five-point win over Willaston in
the Barossa, Light & Gawler Football
Association reserves competition on
Arguably the match of the round, the
Dogs forged a two-goal lead by the final
break, before a last-quarter charge from the
Donnybrooks nearly saw them steal victory.
Ryan Hales booted an important three
goals for Barossa, while Josh Carter's three
majors were not quite enough to get Willaston
Gawler Central remains unbeaten after
accounting for a gallant Freeling by five
The underdog Redlegs showed plenty of
fight to trail by just three points at half-time,
before an impressive second half from the
Tigers allowed them to pull away.
Ryan Wenham and Joshua Edwards were
the standouts for Central, each snagging a
goal, while Troy Haseldine battled hard for
A brilliant last quarter from Nuriootpa
saw it snatch a six-point come-from-behind
victory over Tanunda.
The Magpies led by two points heading
into the final term, where the Tigers found
enough extra effort to take the lead and hold
on until the final siren.
Chris Hoffman was brilliant for Nuri, as
was Adam Lange who kicked three goals,
while Jayden Hage performed strongly for
Kapunda took the points in an 18-point
cellar-dwelling encounter with Angaston.
The Bombers were in control from the
start, leading at every change to notch their
third win of the season.
Brodie Cox and Ben McKinnon
were dangerous around goal for Kapunda,
picking up three majors each, while Lachlan
Lade spearheaded the Angaston attack with
Gawler Central continues to firm as the
BL&GFA under-17 premiership favourites
after smashing Freeling by 104 points on
Saturday, keeping its undefeated record
Forward Adam Byster was unstoppable,
kicking six goals as the Tigers dominated,
allowing the Redlegs just the one major, to
cruise to a comfortable win.
Barossa District has leap-frogged Willaston
into fourth spot after beating the Donnybrooks
by a commanding 66 points.
A five-goal opening term set the tone for
the Dogs, who surged to victory on the back
of five- and four-goal hauls from Ryan Hage
and Jack Schuurmans, respectively.
Angaston has opened up a one-win buffer
in third spot after defeating Kapunda by 55
After a tight opening term it was the
Panthers that took control, with Ryan
Humphries-Carnelly booting four goals, in a
best-on-ground performance, to give his side
In the remaining match, Nuriootpa was
too strong for Tanunda, triumphing by 36
A brilliant five-goal haul from lone Magpies'
spearhead Nicholas Burton wasn't enough to
get his side over the line.
Tigers launch new club
GAWLER Central Football Club will
launch its new 'Club 1889' this Saturday,
coinciding with its Barossa, Light &
Gawler Football Association night match
Club 1889 is an initiative by the Tigers
that provides a platform for past players and
officials to reconnect with the club, arrange
social gatherings on match days and co-
ordinate reunions of successful achievements
in the club's history.
Saturday's gathering will be the first of
the club's annual past players and officials'
luncheons, and celebrates the Tigers' 1994
and 2005 reserves premierships.
Club 1889 has, so far, attracted close to 75
members, including ex-great and Australian
cricket coach Darren Lehmann, and
organisers hope to see that number continue
"It's been a really good response, considering
we don't have a lot of contact details (for
many past players or officials)," GCFC vice-
president Damian Brook said.
"It's growing momentum as more people
hear about it."
Mr Brook said one of the main aims of
Club 1889 is to make it easier for ex-Tigers
to connect with one another.
"What we were finding was that we'd have
ex-players come and have a look at a game or
two...it was just pot luck that they'd come to
a game and their mates would be there," Mr
"We thought we'd put it all together in
one day so everyone knows, each year, that
they've got that day that they can put aside,
and know they're going to catch up with old
mates they used to play footy with."
Membership to Club 1889 costs $50 and
that includes membership to the GCFC, a
Club 1889 key-ring, free entry to the annual
lunch/dinner, club voting rights and regular
updates of club news and team results.
GCFC has endeavoured to get in touch
with as many past players and officials as
possible, but a lack of contact information
has made the task difficult.
If you are an ex-Tiger and have not been
notified about the launch of Club 1889,
contact the GCFC by visiting gcsc.com.au
Gawler Central will host Willaston this
Saturday night in the second BL&GFA
fixture to be played under lights this season.
The two clubs were part of the association's
inaugural night match on Anzac Day last
season, and Tigers' president Rod Knight is
expecting the clash to be well-supported.
"I think, being against Willaston, they
travel pretty well and certainly supported
the Anzac Day night game well last year, so
we would be expecting a good crowd," Mr
"They're, probably, not travelling as well as
they were last year and, then again, neither are
we, but I think any time we play Willaston
it's always a fierce contest."
The first night game for 2015 was played
in round two, with Central drawing with
Nuriootpa, following a fierce contest in wet
Start times for each of the football grades
will be pushed back by three hours, with the
A grade commencing at 5.20pm.
All netball matches will be played at their
Gawler Central's Tyson Foreman takes a strong
grab during Saturday's BL&GFA match against
Freeling at Gawler Oval.
PHOTOS: Stacey Lehmann
Freeling's Adam Langford sends his side into
attack against Gawler Central in Saturday's A
grade contest at Gawler Oval.
Freeling's Adam Langford gets a quick kick
away before being tackled by Gawler Central's
Adam Cox during Saturday's A grade match
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