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FREELING: The senior ones turned around a 20-goal loss from last round with all
eight players giving 100 per cent.
Welcome back Sarah Luke, best player, who worked well with Jess Schirmer,
both shooting well.
Bad luck to the senior two girls, whose slow start and unforced errors cost them
the game this week.
Eddie Barnes-Tripp was best on court.
The senior threes were sluggish but their ghting spirit came through in the last
quarter, especially from TJ Mace, to allow them to come away with the win.
The senior fours' best player was Sharee Schmaal.
The senior ves came up against a tall, tough and determined opposition this
week who put them under a lot of pressure.
A great e ort by all three circle defenders, Nicole Heberle, Tayla Turner (best)
and Kristyn Beck, who had numerous turnovers and created many opportunities.
Fantastic defensive pressure up and down the court from the senior sixes
ensured tough conditions for Tanunda.
The best player award went to Gemma Robertson.
Despite the loss, the senior sevens played really well in a vast improvement on
the last time we played Tanunda, only losing by 12 goals instead of 28.
Sam Graham was the standout player.
The intermediate twos were unlucky on Saturday but Emma Bastock played an
The junior ones had a hard-fought win, lots of pressure from Tanunda caused
errors but they settled in the last to win by 10 goals.
Tara Molo won the incentive.
While the junior twos' scoreline was disappointing, their coach was happy with
their performance, especially Olivia Muster's.
The sub junior ones missed opportunities early, but a great determined never-
give-up attitude saw a repeated result from the rst round.
The incentive went to Darcy Schmaal.
The sub junior twos had a great start with tight defence all over the court but
the girls were rattled in the second and third quarters.
Kim Schwarz was awarded the incentive.
The sub junior threes had an awesome game with fantastic defence giving our
goalies many opportunities to score.
Happy birthday, Shania Wagner, who also earned this week's award.
A beautiful strong game from the primary ones, especially Amelia Schuster.
Everyone defended strongly, took some wonderful intercepts and created lots
The primary ones played well in di erent positions.
Good work by Georgia Rawlinson, who won this week's incentive.
The netta ones were awesome in defence this week.
There were lots of intercepts by Georgia Hahesy (incentive), Kakota Bosenberg,
Maggie Shanahan and Miah Pearce, stopping Tanunda from getting the ball
into their goalies.
The netta twos played another great game with great running and leading by
So e Eguchi, who was awarded the incentive.
KAPUNDA: The senior ones had to work hard to come away with the win.
Poor decision-making at times let them down but it was Ella Mickan who
earned the award. Intensity and teamwork in the rst three quarters was the best
the senior twos have produced in weeks.
Driving out and patience going forward was much better, particularly from
Jaime Hayward and Ali Hughes.
The senior threes worked hard all over the court in all positions but came up
against a good side.
The senior sixes gave a good e ort, even though it did not show on the
A well-deserved win for the intermediate one girls who fought hard all day,
especially the goalies.
The intermediate twos got o to a good start but could not maintain it for four
The award went to Jodie Kruse.
The junior twos had a much-deserved win with great defensive pressure.
The sub junior ones' passing let them down but their defensive pressure was
It was not the sub junior threes' best game, with several held balls and passes
that had no direction.
Good consistent e ort in defence by Isabel in the goal ring with turn and
Award to Maikalee for playing strong in centre with watching play, turning the
ball over and calling with leads.
The primary twos showed great e ort, especially Kyla Dellar and Jessica
HAMLEY BRIDGE: Last Saturday 42 players from Hamley Bridge and Two Wells
played at the Two Wells course for the Challenge Cup and for the seventh time in a
row Two Wells won with a 29 to 25 stableford average.
One wonders where we will nd light in the tunnel, as at the moment they play
our course better than we do.
However, as always, the Two Wells hospitality was second to none and fun was
had by all.
There is a special bond between the two clubs.
The prizewinners for Hamley Bridge were John Mitchell, Barry Schwartz (35),
Roen Cameron (32), Bob Hinderwell, Roger Hahn (31) and Helen Bell (30).
Warren Isgar played very consistent golf to win last Thursday's stableford event
with 39 points from Bob McGregor (38 c/b), Bob Hinderwell (38), Anton Noack,
Barry Schwartz, John Bell, Alan Humphrys (37), all being prizewinners, while others
to make the better half were Dennis Nation (36), Dave Russell, John Riley, Colin
Doudle (34) and John Mitchell (33).
Birdies were scored by Colin Doudle (ninth), Rex Mortimer (16th), Barry
Schwartz (ninth), John Riley (third and fourth), John Bell (fourth and 18th) and
Roger Hahn ( rst and 12th).
Nearest to the pins were
Barry Schwartz (ninth) and
Rex Mortimer (14th).
The Gawler A men beat
Clare 5-0, while the women
defeated AMU 2-0.
The B women went down to
Another beautiful sunny
winter's day greeted the
under 11s on the Stockwell
Morgan Till was in ne
form this week, displaying
some great passing skills
throughout the entire game.
Good attacking from Aran bringing the ball down close to our goal in the rst
And a fantastic two kicks out of goal from Jack Beston, our goalie this week,
kicking the ball so far, it ended up in our goal half.
The second half saw Angus Casey doing a great job bringing the ball down to
our half on more than one occasion.
Morgan Till surely saved an attempt at goal from Trinity with a great intercept.
Millie Farquhar displayed a great stop, turning it around and having a shot at
Ryan Sutton also had a good crack at bringing the ball into our half near the
end of the game, just lacking someone to pass it to for conversion.
Although we didn't score, I think our defensive play is becoming much stronger
as the season advances, and credit must go to all players for keeping their heads
high and playing a clean, honest game.
A clever change of line-up between the under nine Reds and Whites this week
saw the former embrace their new team dynamic, with extra energy from the
The game was calm throughout -- steady and persistent possession led to a
number of goals from Aran Smith and Ben Johnson, supported by the whole team.
Teamwork was outstanding this week.
The ball didn't stop moving, with a great e ort from AMU in the centre.
We had great conditions for the Gawler Red hockey team as they took on Trinity
The team has really come together through the season and, despite not
managing any goals this week, there were loads of positives to take away from the
Milly Farquhar and Ryan Sutton had some great attacking moments and kept
up their intensity in both halves of the game.
There was also some great defensive hockey from Angus Casey and Rajan
Smith and, for the most part, the team managed to keep Trinity from scoring
It was a credit to the coaching to see how well the team has gelled managing to
create attacking plays and transitioning well between attack and defence.
The kids are doing well at playing large amounts of time in the opposition's half
and have provided great entertainment for the spectators.
Page 10 "THE BUNYIP" GAWLER, SPORT, Wednesday, August 12, 2015
Starting from box four, Marzie jumped straight to
the front and powered away to win in the largest
margin of the night, just over six lengths, and in
the fastest time, over the 400m journey, of 22.76
Marzie is trained at Lewiston by Karen Wittholz for
owner Barry Stewart.
Stewart has placed a number of greyhounds in
Wittholz's care over the years, an arrangement that
has resulted in many winners.
Marzie has looked to break through in her recent
starts, but always seemed to find trouble.
However, on Sunday night, by starting so well, she
avoided any interference and dictated the race on
her own terms.
Trainer Sharlie Hatzi was rewarded for the long
trip from Broken Hill when Dubai won a grade five
event over 400m.
Dubai jumped midfield, from box five, but made up
good ground to grab the leader Yes Chef on the line
to win by half-a-length.
Dubai has a great race record, scoring 11 wins and
one placing from 13 starts, prior to Sunday's win,
all of which were recorded at Broken Hill.
The only unplaced run had been at Gawler in an
earlier visit, but the track knowledge gained from
that run, obviously, helped pave the way for a win
on the return trip.
Lewiston trainer Rob Harnas was the only one to
register a double when Cam Monelli and Challenge
both hit the lead early in their races to score wins.
Head down to the Gawler track on Tuesday
afternoon, or Sunday twilight, for a value meal in
the new facility, while watching some great racing.
MARZIE broke her maiden status in race one at Gawler greyhounds on Sunday night.
Best of the night
Lewiston trainer Karen Wittholz with Marzie after winning at Gawler on Sunday
BASEBALL: Results - Gawler Rangers lost to Brews On First 6-3 (hits: R. Gill
3, S. Clark 2, J. Mayfeld 2, P. Skelton, T. McCulloch); GR Development lost
to Bad News Bears Development 12-8 (hits: N. Okiel, K. Purcell, B. Flaherty);
Gawler Gold Gloves d Rebels Gold 401 (hits: K. Leach, J. Paturis, C. Goodman,
Monday Junior: Under 12 - Heat d Trinity MVPs 24-7, Barossa Bulldogs Blue
d Barossa Bulldogs Red 17-15, Williamstown Giants d Trinity Thunder 20-8,
United Stars d Hope Cubs 19-7. Under 14 - Hope Flight d Silver Swishes
51-23, Trinity Red d Trinity Wild Lions 21-12, All Stars d Williamstown Giants
27-13, Run n Gun d Trinity Blue 35-9. Under 16 - T-Legends d Raptorz 39-3,
All Stars d Celtcs 33-22, Hope Thunder d Trinity Blue 48-10.
Monday Men: ALH Allstars d Backyarders 39-38, Mufn Stufers d Northern
Warriors 55-42, Beard of Chuck d Shakers 59-40, Hornets d Shootng Bricks
39-36, Wolverines d M&Ms 34-31, Swamp Dawgs d Cunning Stunts 48-42,
AP Tigers d Blitzers 62-45, Blazors d C Squad 20-0.
Tuesday Daytme: Ladies - Cheeky Chicks d Kaos 50-30, Phantoms d Flamin
Tuesday Juniors: Under 8s - Demons d Thunder 6-3, Saints d Champions 10-
6, Green Devils d Scorpions 22-13, Hope d Knights 16-12. Under 10s - Hope
A d Titans 18-2, Hope B d Hope C 11-7, Lightning d Stars 8-2, Saints d Tigers
10-2, Barossa Blue d Hawks 21-0, Barossa Red d Warriors 10-9.
Tuesday Night Men’s: Gang Green d Mighty Ducks 80-66, Upper Deck d
Cream 75-54, Ramrods d Wolves 36-28, Hoopless d Panthers 53-18, Team
Rocket d Just A Team 54-46, Donkeys d Uncle Drew 41-28, Too Old for This d
X-Men 53-33, Red Lions d TZK 56-28.
Wednesday Evening: Ladies - Roseworthy Black d Brookers 37-28,
Untouchaballs d Wells Girls 45-42, Roseworthy Pink d Tangos 45-13.
Thursday Night: Mixed Steelers d Ultm8s 46-35, Comets d Its Only Social
34-32, Black Magic d Beamers 50-41.
GOLF: Barossa - Tuesday’s Foursomes results: F. Hockings, C. Roocke 70.5,
P. Homburg, R. Sullivan 75.5. Thursday’s results: S. Andrews 37, I. Baldwin
36, A. Oats 35, D. Johnson 35, J. Nash 35, K. Turnbull 34, C. Linden 34, R.
Lambert 33, P. Twelfree 32.
Saturday’s Stableford results: A Grade - I. Baldwin 37, R. Bondfeld
36, C. Berndt 35, N. Ward 35, D. McDonnell 34. B Grade - J. Kurtz
40, P. Baldwin 38, S. Eygenraam 38, A. Small 36, G. Wellman 35.
C Grade - S. Reynolds 36, P. Pavlovich 35 B. Weedon 33 J. Kay 31
Ladies - F. Hockings 40, J. Bird 39, M. Elix 36, B. Both 33.
Gawler - Midweek results: R. Milner 36.
Thursday’s results: I. Monro 40, J. Weaver 38, P. Robinson 37, G. Gray 37,
H. McKerney 37, P. Pogas 37, A. Preston 36, T. Davies 36, P. Stanford 35, W.
Saturday results: A grade - B. Tipper (c/b) 39, J. Pogas 39, C. Underwood
38. B grade - J. Williams (c/b) 37, S. Jefery (c/b) 37, P. Hefernan (c/b) 37. C
grade - N. Hardy (c/b) 39, I. Laurence 39, S. Pedic (c/b) 38.
Sunday’s results: J. Palmer 39, S. Johnstone 38, P. Cameron 38.
Kapunda - Thursday’s results: T. Harris 34, B. Burges 33, D. Davies 32.
Mount Pleasant - Wednesday’s results: A. Kneebone 31, S. Sullivan 26, B.
Kneebone 26, T. Mitchell 26.
Saturday’s results: T. Mitchell 67, N. Wilson 71, R. Haaren 71, E. Bishop 71,
J. Zerk 73, A. Kneebone 73, P. Sands 73, S. Tregenza 73, J. Richards 74, S.
Tanunda Pines - Saturday’s results: Overall Winner – P. Othams 38 points.
A Grade – R. Zeuner 35, G. Kruegar 35. B Grade - R. Escrit 35, M. Rodda 35. C
Grade - P. Othams 39, J. Sonntag 34. Ladies - R. Newstead 32, J. Rankine 31.
Two Wells - Results: A: P. Shields 37, S. Grigg 36, R. Grigg 36, S. Grigg 33, L.
Grafon 31, Y. Frencken 31, J. Ball 30, M. Davies 30, S. Francis 29, R. Hogg 27,
A. Baker 24. B: G. Payne 44, R. Prior 38, I. Clark 35, H. Linford 33, J. Spackman
32, J. Weir 30, I. Smith 29, S. Kelly 26, D. Thompson 22, D. Smith 17.
L: J. Holland 33, E. Grigg 27, G. Bowden 18.
INDOOR BOWLS: Evanston Gardens Gold 85 (Helen, Rachel, Robert 22-14;
Richard, Heather, Alecia 31-14; Carmen, Tom, Nathan 32-7) d Roseworthy 35
(Ronny, Dave, Terry 12-30; Bob, Antonete, Scot 13-28; Margaret, Marlene,
Leanne 10-27). Kangaroo Flat 71 (Linda, Janet, Andrew 20-22; Debbie,
Evelyn, Karen 29-12; Chris, Ross, Philip 22-26) d Evanston Gardens Green 60
(Raelene, Michael, Andrew 19-23; Pam, Peter, Marlene 15-30; Alan, Tracy,
Gudrun 26-18). Lutheran 75 (Dennis, Lyall, Wayne 31-16; Kathy Raelene,
John B. 18-19; John P. Jean, Brenton 26-13) d Evanston Gardens White 48
(Cathy, Christne, Ben 19-16; Janet, Doug, Steve 12-27; Lyn, Val, Sydney 17-
JUNIOR FOOTY: Under 11 - Nuriootpa Black (I. Barkley, T. Rosenzweig, A.
Nitschke) v Willaston Blue.
Nuriootpa Gold (A. Bawden, O. Sheahan, K. Booms, M. Gerlach, M. Price,
T. Richardson) v Willaston Red.
Under 13 - Barossa White 5:4 (34) (N. Lunau, B. Hughes, C. Dowse, R. Heath,
K. Ward) d Tanunda Black 4:1 (25) (J. Habermann, L. Cowham, B. Walsh, S.
Linke, H. Collins, F. Reed).
Barossa Blue 8:5 (53) (K. Hill, T. Hunt, I. Werner, A. McDonald) d Kapunda
South Gawler (B. Eeles, J. Riggs, A. Marschal, S. Eeles, J. Argy, F. Anderson) v
Gawler Central (M. McInerney, T. Chamberlain, J. Halliday, J. Mathews).
NETBALL: Monday ladies: Div 1 & 2 - Mauve It def TOSNC 2 21-14, Nothing
Special drew with Jokers 31-31, Black Panthers d Divas 34-21, Eagles d Wild
Turkeys 19-13. Div 3 - Mixed Nuts d Vetballers 27-26, Laurlis Team d Tens 22-
21. Div 4 - Bulldogs d The Assassins 31-17, Jelly Buts d Purple People Eaters
25-16. Div 5 - Fruit Tingles drew with Roseworthy Fillies 22-22, Ballerinas d
Hot & Feisty 39-21.
Tuesday evening: mixed - The Penguins d Win Some Lose Some 27-14,
Interceptcons d Happy Hour 41-18, Eva Green d Rosies Rebels 25-9, It’s a
Secret d The Wonky Donkeys 36-24.
Wednesday evening ladies: Div 1 & 2 - Roses & Thorns d Escapees 33-17,
Lollipops d T-Birds 30-24, Wild Turkeys d TOSNC 31-24, TV Snacks d Hot
Tamale 43-18. Div 3 & 4 - Just Us d Accidents Happen 27-12, Mamma Bears
d Mummetes 23-12, Family Afairs d Girl Power 25-28, Fruit Loops def
Wednesday evening Mixed netball Grand Final - Div 1 - Contact Wing
Defence d Headlocks 20-18. Div 2 - Toxic d Limited Editon 27-11.
Friday ladies daytme netball: Pink Ladies d All Blakz 26-20, Dream Team d
Brookers 36-33, Ladybirds d Bluebelles 30-14.
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ABOVE: Gawler Central
shooter Renee Souter lands
softly after completing a
strong catch over South
Gawler opponent Kahley
Scott in the senior two’s on
RIGHT: Gawler Central’s
Shelby Smith hangs on
tight despite the best ef-
forts of South Gawler’s Erin
Butcher in the senior two’s
PHOTOS: Stacey Lehmann
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