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STARplex: Monday Junior: Under 12D1
- Williamstown Giants d Barossa 22-12;
Run N Gun d Heat 35-7. Under 12D2A
- Sandy Creek d All Stars 23-5; Brookers
d Sudden Impact 31-8. Under 12D2B -
Wild Lions def Triumph 40-0; Lyndoch
Wolves def Rockstars 16-2. Under 14D1
- CCS Flight def And 1 All Stars 43-4;
Barossa def T-Legends 31-23. Under
14D2 - Trinity Tactics def Brookers 22-
12; Heat def Trinity Red 31-15. Under 16
- The Crusaders def Trinity Blue 46-7; CCS
Thunder def Mavericks 27-23; Titans def
Monday Men - Flight Team d M&Ms
52-49; AP Tigers d Wizards 48-33; Run &
Gun d Crumpet Squad 46-35; Hurricanes
d Wolverines 32-21; Swamp Dawgs d
Wreckless 41-39; Cunning Stunts drew
Turbos 31- 31; TZK d Shakers 34-27; Beard
of Chuck d OrlagoBujic 44-33.
Tuesday Daytime Ladies - Cheeky
Chicks d Phantoms 48-24; Flukes d Flamin
Flamingos 47-24; Kaos d Blue Birds 54-22.
Tuesday Juniors: Under 8's - Red
Devils d Sandy Creek 6-3; Flight Team d
Dragon Jets 33-0; Lyndoch Black d Trinity
Thunder 11-0; All Reds d Junior CC Stars
8-6; Lyndoch Gold d Roar 6-4. 10-Girls
- Williamstown d CC Stars 22-1; Lyndoch
Wolves d Sapphires 17-12. Under 10's -
Lyndoch Wolves d Lions 7-5; United Stars
d Williamstown 19-1; Five Stars d Sandy
Tuesday Night Men's - Google It d Gang
Green 48-27; Fresh Out the Box d Muffin
Stuffers 39-38; TMJS d Donkeys 37-31;
Black Hawke drew Just a Team 20-20.
GAWLER: Wednesday results - n/s - P.
Walker/ P. Janes 56%; V. Paltridge/ M.
Kozol 54%; V. Hilliard/ C. Stokes 53%. e/
w - E. Gniel/ I. Ramsey 59%; J. Hayes/ A.
Davies 58%; B. Thom/ S. Browm 53%.
Friday results - n/s - I. Ramsey/ P. Janes
60%; A. Williams/ J. Williams 52%; C.
Martin/ S. Martin 52%. e/w - J. Hayes/ M.
Kozol 60%; D. Brooks/ H. Haan 59%; P.
Burke/ C. Stutley 56%.
GAWLER: Monday's Men's Division
results - Enigma's 13 d Dart Syndrome
2; Wanderers 9 d Barflyz 6; Spot On 8 d
Raiders 7. 180's -- D. Grindall, S. Thomas, B.
Pryde, I. Kocjancic. 6 pegs -- A. Delvendiep.
HPO - 110 A. Delvendiep.
Wednesday's Ladies' Division results --
Hepcats 7 d Saints 4; Nasho's 8 d Angels 3.
HPO - 73 L. Holder.
Tuesday's Mixed Division results -
Rebels 10 d Creekers 1; Amalgamaters
Schumacher. HPO - 111 J. Schumacher.
GAWLER: Sunday results -- L. Chiapetta
39, M. Philp 39.
Saturday results -- A grade -- D. Buss
Harper 41. Ball winners -- D. Birss 42, D.
Edwards 39, P. Robinson 39, P. Dowling 38,
G. Scotland 38, J. Williams 38, L. Chiapetta
37, T. Jensen 37, K. McLean 37, C. Noack
37, B. Sankey 37, D. Thornton 37.
Thursday results -- G. Gray 70, R. Flett
70, M. Collier 71, R. Hall 71, R. Minett 71,
N. Orr 72, R. Polito 72, J. Williams 72, S.
Jeffery 73, J. Jordan 73, C. McKenzie 73, K.
Morse 73, B. Pogas 73.
Midweek results -- D. Weatherley 39, R.
KAPUNDA: Dark Side Classic Pairs
Ambrose -- K. Lange and M. Pettigrew
62.5, M. Dew and D. Carson 62.75, M.
Martin and T. Richardson 64.5, L. Grafton
and Y. Frencken 64.75, J. Shephard and T.
Thursday Competition: D. Butler 39, D.
Davies 38, B. Lee 37.
MOUNT PLEASANT: Ladies Stableford:
C. Zerk 37, H. Bulis 28, K. Franklin 27.
TANUNDA PINES: Saturday results -- A
grade - J. Phillips 37 points, G. Bethune
36. B grade - T. George 37, N. O'Brien 36. C
grade - K. Owen 39, J. Sonntag 39. Ladies
- P. Henschke 36, J. MacPhail 31.
STARPLEX: Monday ladies: Red Ducks
d Pink Ladies 44-15; C.K.A d Purple 27-
16; Wild Turkeys d Fire Birds 25-15; Hot
Shots d Java Chix 33-12; Blue Birds d The
Wells Girls 39-22; Southies d Divas 38-
19; B.A.B.S drew with White Tigers 25-25;
Black Magic d Jelly Buts 30-18; Pretzel
Ninjas d Fusion Girls 25-15; Jokers d Fruit
Tuesday evening mixed: Drop it in
def Netbrawlers 27-23
Pink Paws d Panthers 41-11; Win Some
Lose Some d Vipers 23-17; Viper Venom
d Banana Hammocks 25-13; Falcons d
Netvets 28-13; Happy Hour d GFY 39-9;
Bluetax d Golden Vipers 28-24.
Wednesday Junior: Primary - Gawler
Centrals d Trinity Red 12-5; Trinity Purple
d Trinity Blue 17-5. Sub Junior - Barossa
Districts d Trinity Light Orange 16-14;
Trinity Yellow d Trinity White 20-8; Trinity
Orange d Trinity Pink 39-0; Trinity Red
d Trinity Maroon 27-9. Junior Div 1 -
Willaston d Trinity Orange 32-9; Lazers d
Trinity Yellow 28-15. Junior Div 2 - Trinity
Light Blue d Trinity Green 29-19; Trinity
Blue d Trinity Maroon 31-8. Inters - Trinity
Red d Trinity Purple 38-9; Trinity White d
Trinity Yellow 28-21.
Wednesday evening ladies: Div 1 -
Escapees d The Jellies 23-15; Trinity 2 d
Dirt Diamonds 31-16; St George's d DASH
37-15. Div 2 & 3 - Two Wells Roosters d
The Miss Unfits 44-8; Lemons d Mixed
Nuts; Trinity 1 d Mummas Bears 31-28;
Lollipops d Fruit Loops 28-13; Bits &
Pieces d Family Affairs 27-24.
Wednesday evening Mixed netball:
Div 1 - Mayhem d Bazinga 33-29; Super
Shrubs d Williamstown Giants 21-20;
Fighting Mongooses d Avengers 35-12.
Div 2 - Greenies d Shrimps 28-22; Jekylls
Angels d The Dark Shadows 25-8.
Friday ladies' daytime netball: Lady
Birds d Dribs & Drabs 37-20; Wasleys d
Cant Decide 44-26.
GAWLER: Event 1A Allcomers 200 LC
Metre Backstroke BBB -- M. Dawes 2:54.75,
T. Nicolai 4:44.67. Event 1B Allcomers 200
LC Metre Breaststroke BBB -- T. Graham
3:09.53, K. Welch 3:33.48. Event 2A Boys
13 & Under 100 LC Metre Freestyle -- J.
Docherty 1:25.43, M. McFarlane 1:29.24,
C. Richardson 1:43.82. Event 2A Boys
14-15 100 LC Metre Freestyle -- N. Cash
1:05.83, A. Knights 1:16.65. Event 2B Girls
13 & Under 100 LC Metre Freestyle -- O.
Cook 1:21.95, S. Collins 1:23.27. Event 2B
Girls 14-15 100 LC Metre Freestyle -- C.
Mudge 1:20.25, I. Cox 1:22.81. Event 2B
Girls 16 & Over 100 LC Metre Freestyle
-- M. Dawes 1:06.76, P. Yates 1:22.35. Event
3 Boys 10 & Under 50 LC Metre Freestyle
-- B. McFarlane 48.53, S. Willis 49.08, S.
Pick 1:05.77. Event 5 Boys 11-12 50 LC
Metre Freestyle - J. Docherty 36.69, H.
Knights 45.37, C. Richardson 45.54. Event
6 Girls 11-12 50 LC Metre Freestyle - O.
Cook 36.50, H. Cook 38.00. Event 7 Boys
13-14 50 LC Metre Freestyle - A. Knights
32.82, M. McFarlane 38.15. Event 8 Girls
13-14 50 LC Metre Freestyle - T. Graham
31.59, C. Mudge 34.74, K. Welch 35.26, I.
Cox 35.82, S. Collins 37.16, K. Smith 43.00.
Event 9 Boys 15-16 50 LC Metre Freestyle
- H. Hodgson 28.66, N. Cash 30.20. Event
10 Girls 15-16 50 LC Metre Freestyle - M.
Dawes 32.00, P. Yates 36.79. Event 12 Girls
17-29 50 LC Metre Freestyle - A. Gamble
31.45, T. Nicolai 50.68. Event 13 Boys 30
& Over 50 LC Metre Freestyle - S. Cook
37.81. Event 15 Allcomers 13 & Under 50
LC Metre BBB Handicap - S. Willis 1:37.16,
B. McFarlane 1:37.27. Event 16 Allcomers
14 & Over 50 LC Metre BBB Handicap -
K. Smith 1:01.08, H. Hodgson 1:02.84, P.
Yates 1:05.21. Event 17 Allcomers 200
LC Metre IM - M. Dawes 2:56.85, K. Welch
3:24.46, P. Yates 3:27.98, T. Nicolai 4:35.45.
Event 18A Boys 13 & Under 100 LC Metre
Backstroke - M. McFarlane 1:47.72. Event
18A Boys 14-15 100 LC Metre Backstroke
- A. Knights 1:36.18. Event 18B Girls 14-
15 100 LC Metre Backstroke - C. Mudge
1:39.33. Event 19 Boys 10 & Under 50 LC
Metre Backstroke - B. McFarlane 1:05.15,
S. Pick 1:09.37. Event 21 Boys 11-12 50
LC Metre Backstroke - C. Richardson
55.00, H. Knights 1:01.10. Event 22 Girls
11-12 50 LC Metre Backstroke - O. Cook
43.80, H. Cook 47.12. Event 23 Boys 13-
14 50 LC Metre Backstroke - A. Knights
44.13, M. McFarlane 49.60. Event 24
Girls 13-14 50 LC Metre Backstroke - T.
Graham 40.03, C. Mudge 44.40, K. Welch
44.41, I. Cox 46.56, S. Collins 48.48. Event
25 Boys 15-16 50 LC Metre Backstroke
- H. Hodgson 36.34, N. Cash.60. Event 26
Girls 15-16 50 LC Metre Backstroke - M.
Dawes 38.25, P. Yates 44.92. Event 28
Girls 17 & Over 50 LC Metre Backstroke
- A. Gamble 40.89, T. Nicolai 1:07.90.
Event 29 Allcomers 13 & Under 50 LC
Metre Freestyle Handicap - H. Knights
1:01.03. Event 32 Allcomers 200 LC Metre
Freestyle - N. Cash 2:20.90, M. Dawes
2:33.46, T. Graham 2:33.84, J. Docherty
3:06.37. Event 33B Girls 13 & Under 100
LC Metre Breaststroke - K. Welch 1:40.72, S.
Collins 1:54.15. Event 33B Girls 14-15 100 LC
Metre Breaststroke - I. Cox 1:40.93. Event 33B
Girls 16 & Over 100 LC Metre Breaststroke - T.
Nicolai 2:21.64. Event 35 Boys 10 & Under
50 LC Metre Breaststroke - B. McFarlane
1:09.39, S. Willis DQ. Event 37 Boys 11-12
50 LC Metre Breaststroke - J. Docherty 55.83,
C. Richardson 1:06.90, H. Knights DQ. Event
39 Boys 13-14 50 LC Metre Breaststroke
- A. Knights 53.88, M. McFarlane 57.27. Event
40 Girls 13-14 50 LC Metre Breaststroke - T.
Graham 40.81, K. Welch 47.40, I. Cox 47.48,
S. Collins 52.53, K. Smith 56.95. Event 41
Boys 15-16 50 LC Metre Breaststroke - H.
Hodgson 43.71. Event 44 Girls 17 & Over 50
LC Metre Breaststroke - A. Gamble 47.57, T.
Nicolai 1:09.22. Event 45B Girls 14-15 100
LC Metre Butterfly - C. Mudge DQ. Event
48 Boys 11-12 50 LC Metre Butterfly - C.
Richardson 1:12.39. Event 50 Boys 13-14 50
LC Metre Butterfly - A. Knights 40.22. Event
51 Girls 13-14 50 LC Metre Butterfly - S.
Collins 45.78, T. Graham DQ. Event 52 Boys
15-16 50 LC Metre Butterfly - N. Cash 35.27,
H. Hodgson 37.84. Event 53 Girls 15-16
50 LC Metre Butterfly - M. Dawes 36.71, P.
Yates 43.35. Event 55 Girls 17 & Over 50 LC
Metre Butterfly - A. Gamble 37.98. Event
56 Allcomers 400 LC Metre Freestyle - J.
CRICKET: Sandy Creek's juniors led the
way for the club this week with some
The under 10s played at Williamstown
and had another good game with two
new kids added to the side.
Mason Darlington had a good day
in the field stopping everything and it
was good to see Eamon Pate back in
the game after a few stitches during the
Jack Barton inspired the Sandy Creek
under 12 Gold team to an impressive
team win at Lyndoch.
Wyatt Ryan was again impressive with
the bat, hitting two sixes and multiple
fours and finishing with 25 runs.
He was supported by Liam Tappert
and Link Ryan, who were also strong
with the bat.
Kieran Roche and Jack Barton got the
team off to a strong start in the field,
each getting a wicket.
Adrian Pullman and Kieran Roche
took sharp catches in the field.
Kameron Atz also set up a good
catching opportunity, which was taken.
Lachlan Kennedy and Wyatt Ryan
took their opportunities with run outs.
This was a strong team effort, with
players performing their role with the
bat and in the field.
The score was Sandy Creek Gold
7/108 versus Lyndoch 7/45.
Under 12 Green played Light Pass and
had a comfortable win.
Batting first, our side put together
some good partnerships and ran well
between the wickets to build a total of
Saxon Evans put in his best effort
with the bat, along with Josh Schmidt
who found the boundary on several
In the field we kept Light Pass to 4/59
and recorded a good win.
Riley Horsburgh bowled well for the
side and took a great catch.
The under 14s ran out winners
against Tanunda Black, dismissing the
opposition for 78.
A fantastic one -handed caught and
bowled by Daniel Koch got the team
Wickets were shared once again, with
Daniel Koch, Ethan Morrow and Andrew
Goodman all taking two wickets each.
Riley Robinson, Jaxon Harrowfield
and Jarrod Wodson each took one.
Josh Northcott played a great game
with the gloves behind the stumps.
Unfortunately, the A3s were unable to
Mitch Scott blasted a well-made 55
The A2s looked in a good position
early with Vaughn Gray and Kit Rule
putting together 57 for the first wicket
but the side collapsed to be all out for
Vaughn finished with 64.
We were sent back in and Vaughn
again showed the way with 72 but an
impressive hit from Kit Rule of 20 not
out was good to see.
The A1s had a similar result chasing
221 and being dismissed for 115,
Chris McLean (39) and Steve Hands
(21) showed some fight but it wasn't
GOLF: In a field of 21 players, retired
president Gary Woods got it all together
to score a massive 47 points to win
last Thursday's stableford competition
from Mathew Gregory who has made a
comeback after showing a lot of promise
a few years ago with 44, while in third
place was Wim Van Pelt with 42.
Ian Rohde (41) and George
Dahlitz (40) made up the last of the
prizewinners while others to do well
were Roen Cameron, Bob Charman (39),
Brian Cooper, Colin Doudle (38), Barry
Schwartz, Bob Ahola, Noel Stringer and
Cliff Applebee (37).
Even though there were a lot of good
scores there were no birdies, but Barry
Schwartz (fourth) and Bob Charman
(ninth) won nearest to the pins.
Saturday's stableford attracted 18
players with Mick Nicholls winning the
day carding a credible 43 points, from
Anton Noack (39) and John Mitchell on
a countback from Bob Ahola, both with
38, to complete the prizewinners.
Others to make the better half were
Barry Schwartz, Ian Ferguson (37), Cliff
Applebee (36), Vince Zito, Lance Hatcher,
Errol Branson and Warren Isgar (39).
Nearest to the pins were Barry
Schwartz (fourth), Mick Nicholls (ninth)
and Anton Noack (14th).
Congratulations to Bob Charman who
has been elected captain for another
year and to new vice-captain Colin
Doudle who has also taken up a position
on the grounds committee.
CRICKET: Both teams were in with
better-than-even chances of taking
home the first innings points this week
if the remainder of the batting orders in
both sides applied themselves properly.
The B grade hosted North Pines at
home and was a little-shell shocked the
way the visitors attacked the bowling
from ball one on Saturday but we reined
them in to take four quick wickets.
A couple of partnerships put some
respectability back in their score but
we stuck to the task, fielded well and
dismissed North Pines for 167.
Most bowlers got amongst the
wickets with 'Stormy' Brennan (4/29)
the early destroyer before injury, Jarrod
Sandery in his first game this season
Tony Scholz in his first game this
season had his usual package of tricks
with the ball to take a wicket.
Brad Bone continued his good form
with the ball taking 2/27 and Dan
Lydiksen also took a wicket.
While we were batting we lost a
couple of early wickets but both Pete
Sendy and Dan Lydiksen, 18, steadied
the ship to give us a chance at 6/125 to
overhaul North Pines this week.
The A grade travelled to Eastern Park
in a bottom-of-the -table clash with a
few new faces, due to unavailability.
We dismissed the hosts for 175, again
another awkward total if you don't get
off to a good start.
ANGLING: On Saturday, November 16,
members from the Gawler Angling Club
ventured to the Murray River, fishing off
a small piece of private property called
Castles Landing is downstream of Lock
1 and the township of Blanchetown.
The event was held between 12 noon
A myriad species were caught
including carp, catfish, silver perch and
All protected and undersized species
were released immediately.
The weekend was seen as a success,
with 141 fish weighed in at a total
weight of 87.16kg.
The juniors' heaviest bag was Damon
Jorgenson with 14.69kg, while runner-
up was Aiden Turner with 3.93kg.
The women's heaviest bag was Deb
Bellchambers with 3.02kg and Annie
Griffiths, with 0.17kg, came second.
The men's heaviest bag was Liam
Pratt with 16.84kg, with runner-up Mick
Griffiths getting 9kg.
The heaviest fish for the day was a
carp weighing in at 2.21kg caught by
A special mention goes to Damon
Jorgenson, who not only won the junior
division but caught the second heaviest
total bag weight for the day.
GOLF: Last week it was time for a little less
serious golf with a pairs ambrose organised
for the Dark Side Classic.
A field in excess of 60 players is
testament to the popularity of the event,
both in the past and into the future.
For the first time it was open to all men's,
women's and mixed pairs and it was a
mixed combination which scraped home
by the narrowest of margins.
Mark Pettigrew and Kelly Lange were the
overall winners with a nett score of 62.5.
The chasers were lucky to get as close
as they did with the pair dropping three
shots over their final four holes.
There was a bit of handicap discussion
from the eventual runners-up Marty
Dew and Dave Carson, who happen
to be the captain and vice-captain
They finally conceded they were
beaten by a better team on the day and
accepted their prizes graciously.
Third place went to Milton Martin and
Tony Richardson who had a similar finish
to the winners.
L. Grafton and Y. Frencken were fourth
John Sheppard and Tim Scheer carded
the best off the stick score with 70.
Earlier in the week another good field
of 40 players fronted up for twilight golf
and I believe all four winners played in
the same group.
Mrs Murray's son Harv was the overall
winner with 21 points with Ian Watson
the best of the golfers with 20.
Stuart Boehm was the best of the
'non-golfers' with 18 and Jeanetts
Venhoek cleaned up the ladies with 20
Thursday's comp had a good field of
16 players and it was Dean Butler who
had a very good 39 points to win the
day by just the one shot from Darrell
The 12-handicapper must think
we have a pretty good course out at
Kapunda, commuting from the northern
suburbs for a regular hit.
IN the Open Maiden over
400m at Gawler on Tuesday, a
greyhound having its first start
ran a good race to take out the
It was impossible to sort out a
leader in a very even start, with
Pip's Oscar out of box seven fi-
nally able to power away and es-
tablish a three-length break along
the back straight.
Long Gully Dream (two) and
Senni Magic (five) were neck
and neck in second place, before
Long Gully Dream put in the big
strides to narrow the gap on the
Pip's Oscar made things more
difficult for itself by running wide
on the home turn, while Long
Gully Dream hugged the rail.
This worked in Long Gully
Dream's favour and it went on to
win by two lengths in the time of
Pip's Oscar ran second for Lew-
iston trainer Des Hockley, while
Airstrike (eight) ran on well from
a long way back to take third plac-
ing for Anthony Fry of Lewiston.
Long Gully Dream is trained
by Paula Hearnden at Angaston
and is raced in partnership with
her mother Helen.
Long Gully Dream was bred by
the Hearnden family and is an-
other from their top brood bitch
Blue Palace, which has thrown
numerous winners from previous
Based on its first run, there
should be plenty more wins in
store for connections.
Reynella-based Wally Harkins
had a good day out when two of
his small team of dogs saluted the
Harkins got off to a good start
when Who De Punk took out
race one, while Good Odds Punk
was successful in a later race.
Murray Bridge trainer Lisa
Rasmussen also enjoyed another
double, with Kenta Bale and Gil-
bert Allen coming up trumps.
Racing at Gawler continues
every Tuesday afternoon, with an
afternoon meeting programmed
for this Friday.
Paula and Helen Hearnden enjoy
Long Gully Dream's rst-up success
at the Gawler Greyhounds last
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