Home' The Bunyip : Wednesday 27th November, 2013 Contents RIVERSIDE is in the box seat to
claim its first win of the season af-
ter a commanding performance on
day one of its grade one Para Dis-
tricts Cricket Association clash with
Eastern Park won the toss and elected
to bat but could only muster 175, with
Cooper Hoppo (4/62) leading the way
with the ball for Riverside.
Luke Harris was also dangerous and
finished with 2/12.
In reply, Riverside reached 2/84, leav-
ing itself only 92 runs to win come Sat-
One Tree Hill produced a solid effort
with the bat to post 224 in its clash with
Jarrod Hanisch top-scored with 50,
while opener Bill Fuller chimed in with
44.David Armitt added a valuable 25 from
number 11 to push his side's total past
Angle Vale has already taken first in-
nings points in a low-scoring clash with
After bowling Craigmore out for just
78, the Vale made 8/119 before declar-
There were plenty of runs to be had in
grade three, with Angle Vale winning the
toss and batting first in its match with
Making the most of a good day for bat-
ting, the Vale piled on 8/300.
Andrew Skelland was in sensational
nick at the top of the order, belting 113.
One Tree Hill was also amongst the
runs, scoring 207 against Dublin, with
Luke Chippett (46) and Kurtis Warm-
ington (45) the top-scorers.
Two Wells and North Pines are locked
in a tight battle in grade four, with runs
at a premium.
Two Wells elected to bat after winning
the toss, but was skittled for just 98.
However, it proved to be a day for the
bowlers as Two Wells reduced North
Pines to 5/48 at stumps to put itself in a
winning position ahead of day two.
-- Sam Agars
"THE BUNYIP" GAWLER, SPORT, Wednesday, November 27, 2013 Page 5
Eudunda-Robertstown opening batsmen Dean Vickery pulls the ball
during his innings of 19 against Lyndoch in the B&LCA A1 reserves on
Saturday. INSET: Lyndoch bowler Will Roberts nished with the tidy gures
of 1/16 from 12 overs.
PHOTOS: Lauren Gauci
One Tree Hill 224 (J. Hanisch 50, B.
Fuller 44; J. McInnes 6/38, S. Burns
3/49) v Salisbury West; Eastern
Park 175 (J. Jones 34, D. Jeffreys
34, C. Hoppo 4/62, L. Harris 2/12)
v Riverside 2/84. Craigmore 202 (D.
Foran 128, D. Wilson 24, A. Seccafein
5/54) v Virginia 5/92.
Angle Vale 8/119 dec. (A. Crowhurst
46, A. Meredith 27, M. Chesson
3/14, A. Southon 2/6) v Craigmore 78
and 1/53 (A. Tully 49, T. Guest 10, J.
Carmen 4/41, C. Pearce 3/15).
Angle Vale 8/300 dec. (A. Skelland
113, A. Richardson 35, N. Crack
3/45, P. Carr 2/38) v North Pines 1/8.
One Tree Hill 207 (L. Chippett 46,
K. Warmington 45; T. Scott 4/28, J.
Mason 3/40) v Dublin.
One Tree Hill 128 (G. Watson 51, C.
Bartlam 19, J. North 4/18, R. Bond
3/20) v Salisbury West 2/54. Two
Wells 98 (L. Franklin 50, A. Pendleton
4/23, P. Edmead 3/27) v North Pines
Angle Vale 3/272 v Rose & Crown 29
(T. Rayner 7, A. Arnott 7, J. Hammond
3/4, D. Scully 2/7). North Pines
167 (S. Bing 33, M. Broadbent 31,
S. Brennan 4/29, B. Bone 2/27) v
Virginia 142 (K A. Ward 29, K. Ward
24, C. O'Neil 2/13, C. Coy 2/14) d
Para Teachers 100 (B. Wilkinson 27,
K. Hewitt 24, T. Mattner 3/16, G.
Rigney 3/20). Salisbury North 7/244
(R. Creek 65, S. Burnett 63, A. Moyle
3/62, C. Mason 1/26) d Dublin 145
(S. Dalgleish 30, R. Hammond 27,
M. Barber 3/18, S. Wellington 3/26).
Two Wells had the bye.
One Tree Hill 152 (D. Ellis 56, A. Bevis
34; B. Perrin 3/51 inc. hat-trick, D.
Brady 2/10) d Salisbury West 94 (N.
Graham 29, B. Perrin 15; S. Oliver
4/20, M. Nissen 2/12). Angle Vale
5/364 (A. Scully 100n.o., J. Miller
87; N. Brodley 2/41, C. Miller 1/15)
d Craigmore 8/134 (D. Jones 37,
J. Heinicke 27; K. Roberts 2/12, J.
Dublin 169 (B. Ninnes 50 n.o., B.
Robinson 10, A. Shirley 3/12, B.
Pivovaroff 2/5) d Mawson Lakes.
Eastern Park 4/239 (S. Knox 46,
L. Burke 42 n.o.; J. Clark 2/30, T.
Robinson 1/27) d Angle Vale 79 and
56 (A. Pipikos 7, T. Robertson 4; L.
Burke 2/4, S. Knox 2/5).
Angle Vale 3/265 (N. Kelly 44 ret., B.
Semmler 42 ret.) v ATCO.
Under 10 South:
One Tree Hill 4/123 (C. Mitchell 19,
K. Revell 17 n.o.; J. Hanson 2/12,
N. Johnson 1/5) d Eastern Park Red
1/112 (C. Reeves 27 ret., K. Johnson
Under 10 North:
Salisbury North v Angle Vale.
THE Barossa & Light under 12
cricket side has produced a brilliant
team effort to take out the Country
Cup, which was held in Adelaide
Ten sides from around country South
Australia contested the tournament, as
well as three Kensington teams.
Barossa & Light played four T20
matches and two one-dayers over four
days, winning all but one of its T20s to
narrowly edge out Mid North for the
For coach Joe Cufone, the progress the
team made throughout the tournament
was just as rewarding as the overall re-
"It was a huge effort," Cufone said.
"We played a trial game against the
Northern Jets and we were beaten pretty
"How they came on after that first trial
game was very impressive.
"We had to improve a fair bit and by
the sixth game we were a pretty solid
The team was well led by co-captains
and brothers Ben and Daniel Roenfeldt,
who Cufone praised for their ability to
relate to the team.
"Our captains got on well with all of
the kids and looked after the best inter-
ests of the team," Cufone said.
"They did an amazing job and there
was always a really good vibe amongst
While the team as a whole was sensa-
tional all week, there were also some bril-
liant individual efforts.
Daniel Roenfeldt was crowned bowler
of the carnival, taking 15 wickets.
He produced two four-wicket hauls,
with the highlight being an amazing re-
turn of 4/4.
Lachlan Cluse was acknowledged for
the 53 not out he made against Upper
The Roenfeldt brothers and Zac Mc-
Cabe were selected in one of the two
teams of the carnival, Country Black,
which will compete in the Under 12
Statewide Carnival next month.
The 12-man team was made up of
players from six Barossa & Light sides:
Ben Roenfeldt (c), Daniel Roenfeldt (c)
- Greenock; Zac McCabe - Gilbert Val-
ley; Lachlan Cluse, Jack Mosey, Henry
Kleinig, Angus Handke - Eudunda; Jack
Henke, Jacob Febeiger - Angaston; Jack-
son Docherty, Luca Whitelum - Tanun-
da; Austin Poulton - Freeling.
See club notes on page 7 for results
and more information.
LIGHT PASS produced a rip-
ping performance with the
ball to snare a much-needed
21-run win against Angaston
in the Barossa & Light Cricket
Association on the weekend.
In a tight encounter, Nathan
Waterhouse was the star for the
Lighties, finishing with the superb
figures of 6/52.
Waterhouse drew first blood
of the Angaston innings with the
wicket of Jack Miles but, all in all,
the batting side looked solid early.
Shaun Woodards (40) was his
usual reliable self at the top of the
order, taking no unnecessary risks,
while Lachlan Lade chipped in
with 29 as the pair put on 54.
Waterhouse sent Lade on his
way to end the only notable part-
nership of the innings, with wick-
ets falling at regular intervals from
The Angaston middle-order of-
fered little resistance as the score
slipped to 4/80.
Despite this, Woodards re-
mained steadfast at one end and
number six Beau Byster looked
keen to hang around as the pair at-
tempted to halt the slide.
They saw the score to triple
figures before Brad Hunter made
Byster his first scalp of the day.
Angaston continued to fight
but was unable to get ahead and
when Hunter removed Woodards
to make it 6/129, the Lighties had
the upper hand.
Blake Holmes (21) was solid at
number seven but Light Pass was
relentless in its pursuit of victory,
with Waterhouse claiming two
Sam Gardham (17) and Matt
Blenkiron (20) came together with
the score at 9/159, with Angaston
still needing 54 for an unlikely vic-
The two battled hard and gave
their side renewed belief as they
edged towards the target.
But it was Waterhouse who ulti-
mately had the last laugh, claiming
his sixth wicket to ensure Lighties
got the points.
Light Pass faced the final 27
overs of the day and struggled
badly, with its first three batsmen
failing to score.
Gardham grabbed three wickets
as the Lighties limped to 7/91 at
-- Sam Agars
LYNDOCH consolidated second spot on the
ladder with a commanding victory over Eu-
dunda-Robertstown in the Barossa & Light
Cricket Association A1 reserves competition
After piling on 9/251 in its first dig, Lyndoch
came hard at its opponent from the get-go.
George Clarridge (4/42) was the star, removing
both openers cheaply to ensure his side held the
upper hand throughout the afternoon.
Sandy Creek fell to pieces against Truro, capitu-
lating for just 137 in pursuit of 263.
What made matters even more frustrating for the
Cockies was the fact that, after being forced to fol-
low on, they were able to pile on 1/134.
After resuming at 0/43 in the A2s, Gawler Cen-
tral made hard work of its pursuit of Freeling's total
of 107, losing seven wickets.
At one stage the Tigers lost 5/16, but 46 not out
from Ryan Harris was enough to get them over the
In A3 action, Kapunda restricted Greenock to
215 to register a 71-run win.
Kym Jarman was the pick of the Bombers' bowl-
ers, snaring 3/35.
Special mention must go to Greenock all-round-
er Ben Verne, who produced a stunning individual
performance for the vanquished.
Verne opened the bowling in Kapunda's innings
and returned figures of 6/58 and then proceeded to
open his side's batting and smash 117.
The next best score in the Greenock innings was
16.Nuriootpa and Mallala played out a thrilling tie
in the A4 competition.
Nuriootpa batted first and compiled 8/142 before
bowling Mallala out for exactly the same score.
Nuri looked the winners late after reducing
Mallala to 8/118, but the Mallala tail wagged just
enough to ensure it a share in the points.
Amazingly enough, it is the second tie of the A4
season, following the one between Tanunda and
South Gawler in round three.
-- Sam Agars
Riverside eyes rst win
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