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Nuriootpa 1.1 3.3 4.5 5.7 (37)
Barossa 3.0 3.2 3.4 3.7 (25)
Nuriootpa - Goals: R. Foulis, C. Edwards, J. Scholz, R. Byrne,
C. Ellison. Best: N. Salter, J. Tregenza, J. Scholz, C. Edwards, D.
Cragg-Sapsford, L. Jaunay.
Barossa District - Goals: P. Stelzer, A. Spencer, W. Roberts.
Best: M. Baraglia, N. Emes, A. Spencer, B. O'Driscoll, P. Stelzer,
Gawler Cent 8.2 14.2 18.6 24.12 (156)
Angaston 4.2 7.4 7.4 7.8 (50)
Gawler Central - Goals: B. Mercer 7, S. Brading 4, C. Solly 2, T.
Dunne 2, D. Stanley 2, K. Heintze 2, A. Wright 2, C. Molyneux,
K. Wurst, T. Foreman.
Best Players: K. Heintze, C. Molyneux, B. Hunt, B. Mercer, J.
Blakemore, D. Stanley.
Angaston - Goals: J. Lawton 4, B. Woodards, J. O'Brien, M.
Head. Best: D. Williamson, B. Brook, T. Feist, G. Bain, D. Van-
zini, M. Doecke.
Freeling 0.6 0.6 4.6 7.7 (49)
Kapunda 1.3 2.5 2.5 3.8 (26)
Freeling - Goals: S. Williams 2, J. Vaneveld 2, T. Muster, H. Rob-
inson, S. Carmichael. Best: B. Jarman, B. Heinrich, S. Williams,
L. Heinrich, J. Wright.
Kapunda - Goals: K. Muir, M. May, W. Farley. Best: B. Valen-
tine, A. Turrell, B. Williams, M. Koenig, L. Foster, C. Prior.
Sth Gawler 0.2 1.3 5.7 8.10 (58)
Tanunda 3.2 4.6 6.6 6.7 (43)
South Gawler - Goals: M. Naumann 4, M. Trzeciak, H. Lawry, J.
Dare, C. Connolly. Best: M. Foldesdy, M. Cash, J. Chapman, M.
Naumann, N. White, J. Dare.
Tanunda - Goals: S. Agars 2, B. Britton 2, M. Westhoff 2. Best:
N. Schmidt, S. Agars, J. Wilson-King, T. Schiller, L. Boehm, P.
GawlerCent 7 6 0 1 0 1006 518 66.01 13
Freeling 6150144263141.19 2
Angaston 6150145064741.02 2
BarossaDist 6 1 5 0 1 271 747 26.62 2
Gawler Central 7
South Gawler 1
Sth Gawler 1.1 3.3 4.5 5.7 (37)
Tanunda 1.2 2.5 2.5 3.6 (24)
South Gawler - Goals: D. Daglish 2, J. Dare, S. Hogan, R. Barker.
Best: D. Schwerdt, J. Naumann, J. Costa, F. Moore, D. Daglish,
Tanunda - Goals: C. Peacock, C. Samain, R. Jarvis. Best: N.
Norman, C. Samain, J. Thompson, J. Chapman, D. Wallace, S.
Nuriootpa 1.2 5.2 7.2 7.3 (45)
Barossa 2.2 3.2 6.3 6.6 (42)
Nuriootpa - Goals: P. Reincke 2, A. Bryce, J. Roesler, Z. Dahms,
G. Taplin, L. Cook. Best: A. Bryce, C. Ireland, N. Doecke, R.
Worroll, G. Taplin, B. West.
Barossa District - Goals: A. Traynor, S. Scally, M. Harris, G.
Koch, S. Baron, A. Elix-Berndt. Best: S. Scally, D. Goodfellow, J.
Woods, M. Harris, J. Rider, J. Hanley.
Angaston 1.0 5.0 6.2 7.4 (46)
Gawler Cent 0.2 2.4 3.6 3.6 (24)
Angaston - Goals: M. Williams 3, S. Woodards 2, T. Prin-
ciotto, L. Bramberger. Best: S. Haydon, A. Bajszi, T. Hutton, J.
Humphries, L. Baker, M. Williams.
Gawler Central - Goals: P. Bova 2, L. Stockdale. Best: T. Duff-
ield, R. Kalic, T. Lamont.
Freeling 1.2 4.4 6.6 7.8 (50)
Kapunda 3.0 3.3 3.4 3.5 (23)
Freeling - Goals: A. Selleck 3, W. Ahrens 2, B. Christie, T.
Barnes. Best: A. Selleck, T. Barnes, J. Rosenzweig, P. Erskine, K.
Johnson, B. Christie.
Kapunda - Goals: J. Williams 2, R. Zivic. Best: P. Tralaggan, D.
White, T. Kerr, S. Brown, R. Zivic, D. Pearson.
GawlerCent 7 6 1 0 0 713 223 76.18 12
Willaston 6 5 1 0 1 0434 338 56.22 10
Angaston 6420127833645.28 8
SouthGawler 6 3 3 0 1 331 298 52.62 6
Freeling 6240126636742.02 4
M. Bornhold (Willaston) 17, A. Fox (Gawler Central) 14, C. Maher
(Gawler Central) 13, R. Whiston (Willaston) 12, S. Brading
(Gawler Central) 12.
Barossa 2.3 3.7 5.8 7.9 (51)
Nuriootpa 0.2 0.4 1.5 4.6 (30)
Barossa District - Goals: R. Allington 3, D. Kickel 2, J. Brown 2.
Best: R. Allington, A. Arthur, D. Kickel, S. Baron, C. Randall.
Nuriootpa - Goals: S. Higgs 2, W. Byrum, H. Stolz. Best: S.
Schmaal, H. Jaunay, S. Dearlove, J. Moore, W. Byrum, A.
Angaston 7.1 8.1 12.4 13.8 (86)
Gawler Cent 0.0 0.4 1.5 3.10 (28)
Angaston - Goals: R. Eberhard 4, R. Kuhn 4, J. Finch 2, J. Anto-
nie, B. Antonie, W. Richardson. Best: J. Antonie, B. Antonie, B.
Sibley, D. Schmidt, R. Eberhard, L. Cunningham.
Gawler Central - Goals: G. Brettig, C. Fletcher, P. Searle. Best:
S. Maher, D. Pilkington, H. Reynolds, C. Fletcher, B. Hope, B.
Kapunda 4.0 5.1 7.3 9.3 (57)
Freeling 2.1 3.3 4.3 4.4 (28)
Kapunda - Goals: J. Freeman 3, D. Collins 3, N. Tilley, J. Higgins,
C. White. Best: J. Freeman, W. Brett, N. Tilley, D. Richardson,
Freeling - Goals: A. Byster 2, N. Pascale, H. Amery. Best: C.
Coleman, J. Rowsell, A. Pelonio, L. Griffith, H. Amery.
Sth Gawler 1.3 4.3 6.3 8.7 (55)
Tanunda 0.1 4.3 4.4 4.7 (31)
South Gawler - Goals: B. Martin, H. Eeles, J. Martin, J. Sheri-
dan, L. Carter, S. Blundell, B. Fitzpatrick, R. Coombs. Best: J.
Crowe, S. Trenorden, B. Cheer, B. Fitzpatrick, D. Dankiewicz,
Tanunda - Goals: R. Liddell, B. Dalby, A. Nankivell, H. Bosward.
Best: L. Ide, J. Page, B. Biagi, J. Hage, E. Laucke, B. Dalby.
SouthGawler 6 6 0 0 1 501 215 69.97 12
Angaston 6330139743847.54 6
Freeling 6060117464621.22 0
T. Stansborough (Willaston) 27, J. Martin (South Gawler) 21, B.
Ratcliff (Barossa District) 20, R. Allington (Barossa District) 20, B.
Coombs (Willaston) 16.
Barossa 3.3 3.7 5.8 8.9 (57)
Nuriootpa 1.0 1.1 1.1 1.2 (8)
Barossa District - Goals: T. Liebelt 3, S. Hunt 3, R. Mylchreest,
S. Bussenschutt. Best: S. Hunt, J. Riggs, R. Mylchreest, A. Dug-
gan, J. Mattiske, T. Liebelt.
Nuriootpa - Goals: T. Martin. Best: O. Barnett, A. Materne, L.
Kalleske, R. Noack, H. Crawford, J. Mader.
Gawler Cent 3.6 4.7 7.12 8.14 (62)
Angaston 1.0 3.0 4.2 7.3 (45)
Gawler Central - Goals: B. Kemp 3, B. Mathews 2, L. Johnson,
J. Billing, M. Schulze. Best: J. Billing, B. McGree, B. Kemp, B.
Lane, T. Mason, S. Dowden.
Angaston - Goals: T. Jackaman 4, R. Humphries-Carnelly
3. Best: R. Humphries-Carnelly, M. Cowham, D. Sibley, J.
Monaghan, S. Hayden, T. Jackaman.
Freeling 3.2 8.5 11.9 15.13 (103)
Kapunda 0.0 0.1 0.3 0.3 (3)
Freeling - Goals: C. Reid 6, B. Robinson 2, J. Broadhead 2, D.
Nixon 2, H. Amery, C. Heath, T. Fryer. Best: L. Redden, C. Reid,
J. Broadhead, T. Fryer, J. Slattery, H. Amery.
Kapunda - Best: C. White, K. Sharpe, F. Smith, H. Norde, C.
Tanunda 3.1 7.5 9.6 12.6 (78)
Sth Gawler 0.1 0.1 1.3 1.4 (10)
Tanunda - Goals: P. Mudge 4, J. May 3, R. Falkenberg 3, J.
Nokes, N. Burton. Best: P. Mudge, R. Falkenberg, C. Simpson,
J. Gray, J. May, J. Nokes.
South Gawler - Goals: B. Judd-Smith. Best: B. Gattermayr, J.
Thain, I. Tesselaar, C. Barker, H. Eeles, C. Squires.
BarossaDist 6 5 1 0 1 391 136 74.19 10
GawlerCent 7 5 2 0 0 508 290 63.66 10
SouthGawler 6 2 4 0 1 292 366 44.38 4
Angaston 6240127936943.06 4
Freeling 6150122742434.87 2
E. East (Willaston) 22, R. Humphries-Carnelly (Angaston) 21,
J. Kroon (South Gawler) 14, L. Johnson (Gawler Central) 14, B.
Mathews (Gawler Central) 12.
BAROSSA, LIGHT & GAWLER FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION
ANGASTON announced itself as
a genuine premiership contender
with a solid 22-point win over a pre-
viously undefeated Gawler Central
side in the Barossa, Light & Gawl-
er Football Association's reserves
competition on the weekend.
The Panthers led at every change
in a low-scoring encounter at Gawler
Oval and are now within reach of the
Matthew Williams was dangerous up
forward and booted three majors, Sean
Haydon played a blinder and Andrew
Bajszi worked hard.
For the Tigers, Paul Bova booted two
goals and Tyson Duffield was impres-
South Gawler held off Tanunda in
a rain-affected match on the Magpies'
home deck, winning by 13 points.
On a day when goals were hard to
come by, Damien Daglish bobbed
up with two for the Lions and Dylan
Schwerdt led the way for his side.
Nick Norman was Tanunda's best
and playing coach Carl Samain gave
Freeling notched a comfortable 27-
point win over Kapunda in the Light
derby, its second victory of the season.
Ash Selleck was the star, producing
a complete performance that included
three majors, while Tyson Barnes and
Josh Rosenzweig were also good for
The Bombers, who are languishing
on the bottom of the ladder, were well
served by Peter Tralaggan and Darren
White, with Jacob Williams their only
multiple goal-scorer with two.
Barossa District and Nuriootpa faced
off in the closest game of the round,
with the Tigers getting over the line by
On a deteriorating Williamstown
Oval, no side managed a goal in a frus-
trating last quarter.
Alec Bryce was a standout for the
victors with his work around the packs
and Patrick Reincke kicked two goals.
Stephen Scally battled manfully and
was the Bulldogs' best and Matt Har-
ris, who was one of six individual goal-
kickers, was also good.
South Gawler drew level with Wil-
laston at the top of the under 17 ladder
with a hard-fought 24-point win over
With scores tied at half-time, the Li-
ons pushed ahead after the break on the
back of super games from Josh Crowe
and Scott Trenorden.
Ricky Liddell continued his good
form and was one of Tanunda's best,
while Josh Page stood tall.
Kapunda knocked off Freeling by
29 points, with Josh Freeman the best
player on the ground.
He booted three goals for the Bomb-
ers, as did Darrien Collins, and Wil-
liam Brett turned in a solid effort.
Corey Coleman worked hard for the
Redlegs and Adam Byster kicked two
Angaston smashed Gawler Central
by 58 points in the only blowout of the
round, stunning the Tigers with seven
unanswered first-quarter goals.
Jayden and Ben Antonie were key
reasons behind the Panthers' domi-
nance and Ryder Eberhard and Ross
Kuhn were busy up forward, finishing
with four goals each.
Sean Maher and Dylan Pilkington
were the Tigers' best.
Barossa District was too strong for
Nuri, winning by 21 points, with Ri-
ley Allington a shining light with three
Alex Arthur was also good for the
Bulldogs, while Sam Schmaal and
Hayden Jaunay battled hard for the
AT the request of Barossa District, the
Barossa, Light & Gawler Football Associa-
tion has announced three program changes
involving the Bulldogs.
The Bulldogs' round nine game against Freel-
ing will now be played at Freeling, instead of
Williamstown, and the return match in round
18 at Lyndoch, instead of Freeling.
Barossa's round 17 clash with South Gawler
has also been shifted and will take place at Lyn-
doch instead of Williamstown.
Page 4 "THE BUNYIP" GAWLER, SPORT, Wednesday, June 4, 2014
Please note there will be
no BL&G football or netball
results next week due to
the long weekend.
TOP: Barossa District veteran Darren Sharp lays a solid
tackle on Nuri player Arlon Hall as a mass of players
look on in the Tigers' narrow win on the weekend.
INSET: Nuriootpa's Nat Salter prepares to kick under
the instruction of team-mates Craig Gogoll and Arlon
Hall at Williamstown Oval on Saturday.
PHOTOS: Gary Hogarth
Angaston livewire Brett Woodards attempts to
mark ahead of Gawler Central player Jake Asher on
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