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Angle Vale Football Club
- Season 2014 Registration Days -
Saturday 7th December 2013 12-2pm &
Sunday 1st February 2014 2 - 4pm
Angle Vale Community Sporting Complex
Fradd Road, Angle Vale
The Angle Vale Football Club was established in
1998 and are keen to ﬁeld Junior teams from under
6's to under 16's (girls & boys) as well as both
A Grade & Reserves Senior Sides for Div 6.
We are a Good Sports accredited family friendly
club, with a “country atmosphere”. Canteen meals
are available on Thursday training nights and
functons are held throughout the year.
Junior training to commence Thursday 20th
February 2014 at 5.30pm. Senior training TBA.
Junior Registration Fees
1st Child $90, 2nd Child $70, 3rd Child+ $50
$50 deposit must be paid on Senior sign up
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Seniors - Jason Kleinig: 0428 928 176
Juniors - Mick Bennet: 0411 251 481
(Afliated with the B.L.& G.
Football Associaton Inc.)
Applicatons are invited for following positon
UNDER 17 COACH
for Season 2014
Applicatons to be submited to:
Colts Football Director
Further enquiries 0438011955
Closes Monday 16th December 2013
FOOTBALL CLUB INC.
TWO Wells cruised to a com-
fortable 14-4 win over an un-
dermanned All Stars side in
the Gawler & District Softball
Association on Saturday.
The All Stars battled hard but,
with four junior players filling in,
were no match for the strong Two
Amanda Kennison delivered a
standout performance for the vic-
tors, dominating with both the bat
and the ball, while Two Wells' catch-
er Steph Agnello put in a strong per-
It was a fierce contest between
traditional rivals the Giants and
the Kangas in the other match,
with the league-leading Kangas
The Giants had a number of stars
on the day, with Raina Cruise field-
ing beautifully and Vanessa Cuth-
bert shining with the bat.
Imogen Krollig also showed plen-
ty of potential in her first division
Some aggressive team base run-
ning held the Kangas in good stead,
while Annie Unger and Ellen Fryar
led the way with the bat.
The Kangas snuck home against
the Giants in division two, winning
a tight one 11-10.
After a slow start, the Kangas
belted nine runs in the third inning,
with Chevy Havis, Ebony Peel and
Bec Ashmede all damaging.
In the other match, Trinity pro-
duced a lightning start against the
Bluejays to set itself up for a 16-11
At one stage Trinity led 16-1, but
a courageous effort from Andrea
McInerney, who came back on after
having to leave the field injured, en-
sured the Bluejays closed the gap.
Amelia Benn was one of Trinity's
best with the bat, hitting a home
The Kangas defeated the Giants
11-2 in the under 15s.
Charlotte Spence played well
at first base for the Kangas, while
Charlee Green hit a triple.
Imogen Krollig caught and batted
well for the Giants.
Two Wells too strong
Giants player Vanessa Cuthbert catches Christine Nordine of the Kangas short
of the base during Gawler & District Softball Asscoiation action at Karbeethan
Reserve on Saturday.
PHOTO: Lauren Gauci
THE Gawler Rangers threw
away a golden opportunity to
record their second win of the
season on the weekend, go-
ing down to Kensington 10-6
in Baseball SA's division three
Again it was just one bad in-
ning that cost the Rangers, with
Kensington scoring five times in
the fourth frame to turn a 3-6
deficit into an 8-6 lead.
The early part of the game was
even, with Kensington holding a
3-2 lead after two innings.
Gawler then hit its straps to
score four runs in the third frame
to grab the lead, with Jarvis Beck
hitting a double and scoring on
Steve VanPoorten's single.
As they did the previous week
against South, the Rangers fell
apart after a good inning, this
time making two vital errors.
Dylan Winning pitched well,
holding the dangerous Kensing-
ton hitters in check through the
first three innings.
Thomas Norley provided one
of the highlights of the day when
he pulled off a sensational double
play, taking a catch in right field
and gunning the runner out at
Unfortunately, the other two
senior teams continued their los-
ing streaks, with division five go-
ing down 1-12 to Adelaide and
the division seven side losing 1-
11 to Northern Districts.
The under 17s came from be-
hind to beat Northern Districts
10-6 to remain undefeated, while
the under 15s
and both little
at the an-
SA All Stars
versus Adelaide Bite exhibition
game last Friday.
Beck caught for some of the
division one competition's best
pitchers for three innings and
batted well, with a walk and a
RESULTS: SENIORS: Division three:
Kensington 10 d Gawler 6 (hits: D.
Willing 2, S. VanPoorten, J. Beck, A.
Soar); Division ﬁve: Adelaide 13 d
Gawler 1 (hits: S. Cope 2, D. O'Brien,
W. Jenkins); Division seven: Northern
Districts 11 d Gawler 1 (hits: P. Cas-
son 2, D. Unger 2, S. Smith, L. Hol-
land); JUNIORS: Under 17: Gawler 10
d Northern Districts 6 (hits: Z. Allen 2,
J. Rodda 2, L. Mells 2, B. Mayﬁeld 2,
R. Gill, B. Howe); Under 15: Northern
Districts 15 d Gawler 1 (hits: C. Bor-
chard); Litle League Majors: East Tor-
rens 13 d Gawler 7 (hits: W. Ryan 3,
C. Goodman 3, C. Keon); Litle League
Minors: GGCD 9 d Gawler 0 (hits: N.
O'Connor, C. Brookes, J. Allen).
THIS WEEK: Saturday – division
three v Port Adelaide at home, 3pm;
division ﬁve v East Torrens away,
12.30pm; division seven v Southern
Districts at home, 12.30pm; Wednes-
day (today) – under 17 v GGCD away,
6.15pm; under 15 v GGCD away,
Sunday – under 17 v Goodwood
away, 12.30pm; under 15 v West
Torrens at home, 3pm; LL Majors v
GGCD at home, 12 noon; LL Minors v
H&G Rams at home, 10am.
Rangers dust another one
Norley gets home
safely during his
side's narrow loss to
Kensington on the
PHOTO: Lauren Gauci
XAVIER continued its recent run
of good form with a tight win over
Lyndoch Blue in the Barossa &
Gawler Tennis Association on the
The teams were level on eight sets
each at the end of play, with Xavier get-
ting the nod by 15 games.
Lyndoch Gold survived a testing en-
counter against Nuriootpa, winning by
Kym Hall was outstanding for Gold,
winning all three of his matches, while
Grant Daniel battled hard for Nuri,
dropping only four games across his
three rubbers and winning his singles
Tod Street suffered its second big loss
in as many weeks, going down 14 sets
to two against the league-leading Ka-
Ben Dickson and Jose Len showed
their class in the singles, both winning
South Gawler got its first points of
the season in less than ideal fashion,
winning on forfeit against Kapunda
Nuriootpa pushed the all-conquer-
ing Willaston Red to the wire in divi-
sion two/three, falling two sets short
despite a gallant effort.
Willaston United went down in a
close one against Virginia, while Vine
Vale took care of Lyndoch Gold with
RESULTS: DIVISION ONE: Xavier Saints 8-85
d Lyndoch Blue 8-70; South Gawler 16-108
d Kapunda Black 0-0 (on forfeit); Lyndoch
Gold 9-75 d Nuriootpa 7-69; Kapunda Red
14-103 d Tod Street 2-55.
DIVISION TWO/THREE: Eden Valley/
Keyneton 11-79 d Kapunda 5-55; Vine Vale
11-75 def Lyndoch Gold 5-57; Willaston Red
9-74 d Nuriootpa 7-70; Virginia 9-81 d Wil-
laston United 7-67.
Xavier rolls on, Tod
Kapunda Red's Mick Matters volley's the ball during his side's big win over Tod
Street on the weekend.
PHOTO: Lauren Gauci
DIVTWO/THREE P W L RF RA % GF GA G% Points
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