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GAWLER & DISTRICTS: Don't forget to
register for the Netball SA FREE Come
and Try Netball Clinic (trybooking.com/
EWNJ), to be hosted at Gawler & Districts
Netball Association on June 22.
Catering for 5-16-year-olds between
10am - 3pm. Register by 16 June.
FOOTBALL: It was a disappointing result
for the A grade on the weekend, going
down after dominating the first half.
Despite the loss, there were plenty
of positives and it is clear that while we
are a work in progress, our best is good
Nick Schmidt played a great game
through the middle and Tommy Schiller
worked hard under the packs, while
Jordan Wilson-King played his best game
for the club.
Ben Britton, Sam Agars and Matt
Westhoff each kicked two goals.
The reserves were up against a South
side that is always very competitive.
There were at least five changes to this
week's team, and the boys started well
and dominated forward entries.
A lack of midfield rotations also hurt,
with the first ruck department having to
shoulder a big load.
Nick Norman, Blake Lockett and Ryan
'Big Guns' Jarvis battled hard and did a
great job. Thanks to Leigh Under wood
for filling in and providing the crowd
with some memorable moments.
The senior colts faced a quality side in
Tanunda boys worked hard through
the entire match, with the contest even
Conditions meant both teams had to
push the ball forward at all costs, with
South outplaying us in this area.
Best players were Liam Ide, Josh
Page, Ben Biagi, Jayden Hage and Eddie
The under 15s were up against the
equally positioned South.
Tanunda started the game well with
good pressure on the ball-carrier causing
turnovers that resulted in goals. A good
team effort secured the win.
The under 13 White boys played a
taller and bigger South Gawler team and,
through great run and carry, Tanunda
was on top at half-time.
Fatigue set in during the second
half and the boys were over-run, but
continued to try to the end.
Riley Westbrook, Benson Heintze, Jed
Habermann, Lewis Cowham and Jonah
Whitelum had good games.
The under 13 Blacks took on Gawler
Central under lights on Friday night, and
came away with a win by kicking a goal
late in the last quarter.
Aaron Bert played a good game, but
was not alone with the boys putting in a
great team effort.
The under 11 Whites took on South
Gawler in a scorcher of a contest at OB
Park this week.
It was a tight contest with Tanunda
kicking the last two goals to settle the
score with a win.
Awards went to Malakai Gaskin,
Sydney Pick and Will Falkenberg.
Back at OB Park the little Maggie Blacks
faced the might of Willaston Blue.
James Rothe took several great marks,
while Brock Wilksch kicked two goals
up for ward. Louie McLennan showed
great speed, Dylan Baumann and young
Mitchell Haynes had strong games,
Nick Holmes also took a cracker of a
Other standouts were Harmon Vears
and Kai Dunstan.
With the bye this weekend, take the
opportunity to rest up and get ready to
go again at Freeling; with no games we
are also not doing teas this week.
Next event will be the Red and Rump,
July 19, with details to follow.
Cheers, and go the Magpies!
BAROSSA DISTRICT: After giving up an
lead early, the senior ones fought back
well and ran out 12-goal winners against
Courtney Ryan's performance at
goalkeeper earned her best on court,
while Danni Russell had a great game
returning from injury.
The senior twos played in poor
conditions, but fought well for a two-
Kelly Gerswitchz was best player,
playing out of position in goalkeeper.
Emma Smith, at goal defence, was
second best, while Katie Rattely was
impressive in goal attack.
The senior threes applied great
pressure, with strong defence from
Hannah Robinson and best-on-court
Angie Bowman causing many turnovers.
The senior fives need to be more
consistent, and will look to regroup after
the bye. Teagan Linke was best player.
It wasn't pretty netball, but the senior
sevens still got the win.
Maddy Casboult and Hannah Pur vis
were best players.
Thanks to Bel Geidel, Rebecca Griffith
and Ellie Ingham for filling in and doing
a great job.
The intermediate twos named their
whole team as best players, as a result of
a fantastic team effort.
The girls showed great shooting, mid-
court play and defensive pressure.
The junior ones impressed their coach
with 100 per cent effort on the weekend.
Rachelle Farrugia got the incentive
Deanna Cavenett led the way for the
junior twos, who played well in the wet.
The sub junior ones tried hard all game
but was up against a better side.
Tiarna Grovermann earned the
The sub junior twos did well against
Julia McDonald and Shelby Charles
followed pre-game instructions well,
and received incentive awards for their
The primary ones gave 110 per cent in
the wet conditions.
Jade Bowman got the incentive award.
The netta twos need to keep working
hard at leading in front, otherwise a great
Tayla Werner and Tasmin Green
received incentive awards.
GAWLER: Last Friday, the Gawler Indoor
Bowls Association played its 19th annual
inter-association match against Murray
This year we played again in The
Good Shepherd Lutheran School Hall
in Angaston. By winning 'back-to-back'
again, Gawler has closed the gap on the
Murray Ranges by winning the past six
Once again, the Gawler Association
selected the team of players in lieu of
calling for volunteers.
It was very encouraging to see a
younger brigade for the Murray Ranges.
It was great to catch up with 'old'
acquaintances and to meet new ones.
It was also great to see Rachel and
Grant Smith (and family), who previously
played for Roseworthy in the Gawler
The Gawler team of Cheryl Launer,
Alecia Jennings and Alf Skuse, combining
with Peter Lucantoni (first year player),
Evelyn Fairlie and Maurice Keane, paved
the winning way by being 15 shots up
on their first game and finished with a
winning margin of 14 after losing the
second game by one shot.
Other matches were close, with losing
margins of three and one and a winning
team being one-shot up.
After round one, Gawler was 53-36.
In round two Murray Ranges made its
move losing by only seven shots (47-54).
This meant a winning margin of only
11 shots to Gawler.
Final scores, Gawler 100 - Murray
The evening concluded with fellowship
and supper, during which the Murray
Ranges representative, Charlie Braunack,
congratulated Gawler on its win and
presented the Annual Lee/Braunack
Trophy to Gavin Launer, one of Gawler's
STARPLEX: Juniors: Under 12: Barossa
20 d Trinity Triumph 6; Run N Gun 22
d Williamstown Giants 20; Sandy Creek
41 d Rockstars 2; All Stars 19 d Heat 8;
Lyndoch Wolves 35 d Barossa Bulldogs
Red 0; Trinity Wild Lions 30 d Trinity
Under 14: Barossa 26 d Sudden Impact
14; All Stars 20 d CCS Flight 16; Raptorz
39 d Barossa Bulldogs 18; And 1 All
Stars 51 d Trinity Blue 20; Trinity Gawler
River 34 d Heat 28.
Under 16: CS Thunder 35 d T-Legends
21; The Crusaders 43 d Mavericks 21.
Mens- AP Tigers 70 d Jets 44; Run &
Gun 34 d M&Ms 23; Shakers 62 d Beard
of Chuck 27; Hurricanes 61 d Swamp
Dawgs 29; Rattlers 80 d Flight Team
30; Orlago Bujic 49 d Cunning Stunts
45; Phils Team 65 d Wreckless 31;
Wolverines 31 d Turbos 16.
Tuesday daytime ladies- Kaos 60 d
Flamin Flamingos 53; Phantoms 59 d
Rhondavues 34; Flukes 40 d Cheeky
Under 8s: Dragon Jets 18 d Gold Stars
0; Lyndoch Wolves Gold 17 d Trinity
Thunder 1; Red Devils 23 d Trinity
Scorpions 2; Sandy Creek 14 d Lyndoch
Wolves Black 0; Roar 0 d Trinity Tigers
18; Warriors 8 d Junior CC Stars 0.
Under 10s: Trinity Lions 24 d Trinity Jets
2, Hawks 8 d Flight Team 0; Trinity 16 d
Barossa 0; Sandy Creek 16 d CC Stars 15;
Lyndoch Wolves 4 d Williamstown 10.
Tuesday night men's- Fresh Out of The
Box 42 d X-Men 36; North Side Flyerz
60 d Donkeys 49; Muffin Stuffers 42
d Muffin Stuffers 38; Red Lions 32 d
Vaders 20; Uncle Drew 24 d TZK 22;
Roseworthy 39 d Panthers 29; Wolves
49 d Mighty Ducks 46; Google It 71 d
Black Hawke 46.
Wednesday evening ladies: Roseworthy
White 34 d Tangos 26; Roseworthy Black
42 d Bittys 20; T-Birds 34 d Brookers 23.
Thursday night mixed: Fruit Hoops 2
70 d Fruit Hoops 1 36; Comets 47 d
Ultim8s 43; Black Magic 60 d Inkhub 51;
Steelers 74 d Long Plains 29.
GAWLER: Wednesday results- n/s:
A. Baxter/F. Van; J. Hayes/E. Gniel; V.
Hilliard/C. Stokes. E/w: A. Williams/J.
Williams; M. Jahn/C. Hanley; M. Koziol/
Friday results- Section A- n/s: V.
Hilliard/C. Stokes; C. Martin/S. Martin.
E/w: C. Hanley/M. Jahn; J. Hayes/M.
Koziol. Section B- n/s: F. Van/M. Kenny;
E. Kenny/A. Harris; M. Heffernan/M.
GAWLER: Men's Division: Spot On 12 d
Dart Sydrome 3; Barflyz 11 d Enigmas
0; Wanderers 10 d Wooden Spoons
5. 180- D. Grindell, A. Totolas. HPO 104-
A. Totolas. HPO 154- C. Warner.
Mixed Division: Ravens 7 d MATS 4;
Wheeler x 2. HPO 96- B. Pryde. HPO
136- A. Jenkins.
Ladies' Division: Angels 7 d Saints 4;
Hepcats 7 d Nashos 4. 5 Pegs- T. Elliot.
HPO 68- A. Holland. HPO 89- A. Holland.
BAROSSA, LIGHT & GAWLER
JUNIORS: Under 9: Nuriootpa Black
(I. Barkley, G. Harris, A. Stevenson,
A. Falkenberg, K. Laverty-Fromm,
K. Materne); Gawler Central Gold (B.
Barlow, C. Brunato, C. Assender, C.
Burgess, W. Moore, J. Searle) d Angaston
White; Tanunda Black (J. Wallace, D.
Heinicke, G. Gladigau, W. Holmes, C.
Steinert) v Barossa Red (S. Pelton, O.
Hamilton, F. Broadbent, A. Linke, S.
Under 11: Barossa Blue (C. Pyman, R.
Heath, D. Lewis, O. Tait, F. McCulloch) v
Nuriootpa Black (H. Schiller, T. Symons,
M. Van der Wijngaart, K. Noack, M.
Noack, K. Fowler).
Under 13: Tanunda Black (Darcy H.
H. Collins, B. Streeter, J. Dockerty, W.
Parker, D. Perret) v Central Gold. Goals:
Tanunda- H. Smart 2, L. Baumann;
South Gawler 47 (G. Mik, T. Schumaker,
J. Riggs, A. Marschall, R. Briggs, J.
Hajdu) d Tanunda White 19 (B. Heintze,
J. Whitelam, T. Healy, W. Meyer, L.
Cowhan); Kapunda 35 (L. Hoerisch,
Z. Petney, S. Woods, A. Schmidt, Z.
Muir) d Freeling 30 (T. McInerney, C.
Starkey, C. Niblock, J. Clarke, A. Fryer,
J. Taylor). Goals: Kapunda- L. Hoersich,
G. Gill, L. Curtis, A. Schmidt, J. Heintze;
Freeling- A. Niblock 2, J. Constables, T.
KAPUNDA: Thursday results: J. Latter
44, W. Morris 42, K. Hill 40.
Saturday results: Overall winner- B
A-grade: T. Holding, K. Chappell, T. Sires
38, J. Hughes, J. Shephard 35.
B-grade: S. Watson 40, G. Jones, M.
Hennessy, A. Peters 34.
C-grade: M. Martin 37, I. Gawley 36, B.
Anderson 35, K. Alexander 34.
MOUNT PLEASANT: Thursday results:
Ladies' Club Championship- A grade- B.
Wright d D. Watkins 3/2 over 27 holes.
B-grade- F. Herschke d R. Vincent 5/3
over 18 holes.
Saturday results: A grade - J. Hill 32, S.
Trengenza 31, L. Claridge 31, R. Haaren
30, P. Turvey 29, B. Kneebone 28;
Nearest to pin- B. Kneebone 2nd, S.
Berry 4th, R. Haaren 18th.
GAWLER: Midweek competition: R.
Thursday results: M. Norwood 39, R.
Flett C/B 37, M. Dawes 37, B. Pipe 37, J.
Assender 36, H. Smits 36, R. Clarke 36,
T. Bow 36.
Saturday results: Men's overall- C.
Atkinson 41 points. Ladies' overall- K.
Korber 23. Ball winners- N. Orr 39, I. Pye
36, D. Buss 33, F. Stallbom 33.
Sunday results: N. Hardy 40, M. Moate
TWO WELLS: Saturday results- A-
grade: A. Baker +1, Y. Frencken sq, R.
Hogg -1, P. Shields -1, R. Grigg -2, J.
Ball -2, R. Thompson -3, S. Grigg -4, G.
B Grade- I. Clark -3, N. Bowden -6, I.
Telfer -6, H. Linford -6.
Did not finish: M. Davies, I. Smith, J.
Spackman, S. Kelly, D. Smith.
Did not start: A. Bail, R. Prior.
Played early and not in comp: R.
Wendland, R. Thompson, J. Weir.
Ladies: E. Grigg -5, J. Holland -5.
Long Drives- A grade: A. Baker. B-grade:
B. Bowden. Ladies: E. Grigg.
NAGA: H. Linford.
Meat Trays: Y. Frencken, G. Payne.
INTER ASSOCIATION MATCH: Overall
result- Gawler 100 d Murray Ranges 89.
Division 1 Round 1- Gawler 32 d Murray
Gawler teams A1 and A2- K. Skuse, B.
Lange, P. Phelps with V. Blows, J. Dann,
N. Lee scored 13. Murray Ranges teams
1 and 2- L. Smith, B. Smith, G. Smith
with R. Smith, J. Valleret, K. Hoffman
scored 12. Gawler teams B1 and B2-
C. Launer, A. Jennings, A. Skuse with
P. Lucatoni, E. Fairlie, M. Keane scored
19. Murray Ranges teams 3 and 4- R.
Graetz, J. Bain, E. Henke with M. Graetz,
J. Gregor, J. Gregor scored 4.
Division 2 Round 1- Gawler 21 d Murray
Gawler teams C1 and C2- J. Pfieffer, S.
Pagett, G. Launer with L. Cram, R. Lee,
G. Dargusch scored 10. Murray Ranges
teams 5 and 6- L. Schmidt, E. Baird, I.
Graetz with J. Schilling, G. Bruhn, T.
Fiebiger scored 12. Gawler teams D1
and D2- J. Phelps, I. Goodrich, J. Brereton
with R. Shanahan, R. Rosenzweig, A.
Martin scored 11. Murray Ranges teams
7 and 8- K. Kammermann, J. Carter, J.
Jensen with J. Smith, G. Chadwick, B.
Graetz, C. Braunack scored 7.
Division 1 Round 2- Murray Ranges 26 d
Gawler teams A1 and A2 scored 12;
Murray Ranges teams 3 and 4 scored
10; Gawler teams B1 and B2 scored 9;
Murray Ranges teams 1 and 2 scored 16.
Division 2 Round 2- Murray Ranges 28
d Gawler 26.
Gawler teams C1 and C2 scored 14;
Murray Ranges teams 7 and 8 scored
15; Gawler teams D1 and D2 scored 12;
Murray Ranges teams 5 and 5 scored
GAWLER & DISTRICT: Monday results:
Evanston Gardens Gold 101 (R. Lee, C.
Kluth, M. Keane 35-12; R. Dowling, S.
Pagett, R. Laidlaw 32-14; H. Jackson,
J. Green, N. Lee 34-10) d Evanston
Gardens White 36 (C. Brown, S. Lee,
P. Flowers 10-35; V. Blows, J. Dann, I.
Goodrich 12-39; C. Flowers, A. Jennings,
B. Saunders 14-27); Lutheran Blue 66
(M. Gerschwitz, S. Klose, M. Launer 26-
10; B. Pearson, T. Klose, W. Heintze 22-
20; N. Launer, C. Launer, R. Rosenzweig
18-24) d Evanston Gardens Green 54
(P. Frith, T. Daniele, G. Dargusch 23-20;
P. Lucatoni, E. Lee, R. Shanahan 20-23;
I. Stephenson, A. Frith, A. Martin 11-23);
Kangaroo Flat 61 (P. Little, J. Phelps,
K. Roe 24-25; A. Shaw, A. Clemow, R.
Semmler 17-19; M. Phelps, E. Fairlie, P.
Phelps 20-15) d Lutheran Red 59 (D.
Dawson, B. Lange, G. Launer 30-9; J.
Pfieffer, A. Skuse, J. Brereton 10-25; K.
Skuse, L. Heintze, C. Wilksch 19-27).
ADELAIDE PLAINS: A1: Hummocks 36
(B. Nicholls) d Mallala 35 (L. Canciani),
Two Wells 43 (T. Aguis) d Hamley Bridge
26 (P. White), Long Plains 49 (T. Doherty)
d Balaklava 27 (A. Michael).
A2: Mallala 63 (J. Brown) d Hummocks
25 (D. Davey), Two Wells 42 (S. Agnello)
d Hamley Bridge 37 (T. Knott), Balaklava
32 (S. Hall) d Long Plains 18 (J. Daniel).
A3: Mallala 54 (T. Mason) d Hummocks
39 (A. Deer), Two Wells 69 (K. Gramazio)
d Hamley Bridge 31 (L. Wing), Long
Plains 33 (R. Giniotis) d Balaklava 27 (A.
A4: Mallala 25 (E. Clark) d Hummocks
24 (S. Wolf ), Two Wells 58 (H. Squires)
d Hamley Bridge 22 (K. Hewitt), Long
Plains 29 (R. Barry) d Balaklava 22 (A.
A5: Mallala 32 (A. Cawrse) d Hummocks
17 (K. Pycroft), Two Wells Home 47 (A.
Moss) d Hamley Bridge 11 (R. Fritz), Two
Wells Away 44 (K. Willmshurst) d Long
Plains 25 (M. Smith).
17 & Under: Long Plains 26 (A. O'Brien)
d Balaklava 9 (T. McBride), Mallala 35 (E.
Jones) d Two Wells 7 (T. Oakley).
15 & Under: Mallala 37 (K. Wilson) d
Hummocks 5 (A. Cicolella), Hamley
Bridge 22 (J. Burns) d Two Wells 13 (G.
Slattery), Long Plains 36 (P. Graham) d
Balaklava 20 (C. Tiller).
13 & Under A: Mallala 22 (A. Baker)
d Hummocks 8 (A. Young), Hamley
Bridge 29 (D. Lambert) d Two Wells 8 (J.
Borlase), Balaklava 19 (E. Lane) d Long
Plains 12 (C. Harkness).
13 & Under B: Balaklava 6 (S. Ingram) d
Long Plains 4 (T. McArdle).
Mallala 24 (T. Carpenter) d Hummocks
10 (A. Ottens).
STARPLEX: Monday ladies: Trinity
Old Scholars 28 d Laurlis Team 22;
Roseworthy Ultimate Netballers 23 d
Ladybirds 6; Wild Turkeys 45 d TOSNC
10; Roseworthy Vetballers 33 d Fruit
Tingles 20; Jelly Butts 46 d Mauve It 12.
Tuesday evening mixed: Ashley's
Angels 41 d Drop It In 22; Golden Vipers
21 d TNT 18; Net Vets 23 d Vipers 14;
Stormtroopers 27 d Win None Lose
Some 26; Falcons 29 d Demons 19;
Happy Hour 37 d Pink Paws 28.
Wednesday juniors: Primaries- Trinity
Yellow 8 d Trinity Purple 6; Trinity
Maroon 7 d Trinity Red 6. Sub juniors-
Trinity Yellow 35 d Trinity Pink 7; Trinity
White 23 d Trinity Red 13; Trinity Light
Blue 34 d Trinity Blue 9; Trinity Maroon
27 d Trinity Orange 3. Juniors- Trinity
Red 38 d Trinity Blue 9; Trinity Orange
38 d Trinity Yellow 11.
Wednesday evening ladies: Div 1-
Escapees 31 d Netbrawlers 12; Wild
Turkeys 20 d TOSNC 17; DASH 28 d St
George's 26. Div 2- Family Affairs 31
d Trinity College 1 17; Fruit Loops 28
drew with Greenies 28; Mumma Bears
25 d Hot Shots 24; Lollipops 22 d Trinity
College 3 17; Roses & Thorns 21 d
Trinity College 2 19. Div 3- Roseworthy
Fillies 25 d Girl Power 21; Newbies 15
drew with The Twisted Sisters 15.
Wednesday evening mixed: Michael +
5 30 d Team Tank 7; Jekylls Angles 17 d
Ants at a Picnic 15; Chunky Monkeys 16
d Middle Aged School Kidz 11.
Friday ladies' daytime: Dribs & Drabs
23 d Pink Ladies 21; Brookers 31 d Lady
Birds 25; Wasleys 50 d All Blakz 22;
Mummas 35 def Mixed Bag 11.
BAROSSA VALLEY: Saturday results:
A.F. Brown 1003.404 mt/min, G.
Rayment 983.237, L. Rayment 904.561,
Birdwood 899.361, R. Somerville
DIVISION 1 SEMI FINAL: 60's Vintage
2-7-166 d 4 Fun 2-6-148 (A. Birchard d T.
Talbot 3-0, G. Alderslade lt P. Howe 0-3,
J. Kennard d G. Hobbs 3-0, S. Rohrlach lt
C. Zadow 1-3), Dirty Rotten Scoundrels
2-7-165 d TBOs 2-6-136 (M. Tully lt R.
Browne 1-3, P. Leadbeater d D. Preuss 3-
0, C. Haack lt N. Ridley 0-3, A. Pomeroy
d S. Victor 3-0). Division 2 Semi-Final:
Justus 3-11-205 d Explorers 1-4-183 (S.
Wendt lt Q. Burke 2-3, A. Smith d D.
Altus 3-0, T. Kroehn d T. Sloper 3-1, Y.
Karvouniaris d A. Trotta 3-0), M & Ms
2-8-160 d RDOh 2-6-162 (I. Mason lt R.
Lieschke 2-3, J. Milne d R. Harbord 3-0,
J. Markey lt D. Molineux 0-3, M. Hines d
O. Keane 3-0).
GAWLER: A-grade: Lyndoch Gold 11-
37 (R. Bell, G. Rudnick, G. Carmichael,
G. Brown) d Gawler Gunnas 3-15 (P.
Holzberger, K. Desmond, S. Barlow, G.
Smith); Toe Cutters 11-35 (G. Jenkins,
B. McLean, J. McLean, T. Nicholls) d
Gawler West 3-11 (S. Packer, P. Hatcher,
J. Arnold, H. Sealy); Lyndoch Green 12-
39 (A. Bender, K. Jermey, D. Lindner, J.
Koch) d Kangaroo Flat 2-11 (D. Roe, H.
Sands, R. Haaren, R. Bubner).
B-grade: New Gens (T. Wall, J. Vanicky, B.
Wall, I. Dillon) d Outlaws 5-16 (J. Korber,
P. Dawson, J. Hamden, G. O'Keefe);
Gawler South 9-33 (M. Menadue,
S. Robinson, B. Pascoe, K. Hardwick)
d Kangaroo Flat 5-24 (S. Wedding, J.
Biggins, L. Habel, T. Cowgill).
C-grade: Lyndoch Legends 11-33 (C.
Carmody, S. Carmody, A. Allison) d
Shockwaves 0-0 (J. Vanicky, M. Brunato,
A. Newton); Kangaroo Flat Green 8-
26 (K. Roe, M. Mander, J. Tucker) d G T
Smashers 3-10 (A. Miller, N. Camilleri,
R. Blewett); Kangaroo Flat Gold 6-18 (R.
Chenoweth, D. Hutson, N. Chenoweth)
d Blood Or Nothing 5-19 (K. Wright,
R. Modra, M. Wright); Kangaroo Flat
White 9-27 (A. Shaw, E. Fairlie, B.
Lourecz) d Easy Riders 2-10 (G. O'Keefe,
T. Sommerville, B. Mortimer).
PLAYFORD: Playford 3/140 d The
Grove 2/139 (B. Toor/K. Knox d C. Toft/L.
Parihk 31-29; B. Toor d C. Toft 30-27;
L. Parihk d K. Knox 30-26; B. Toor d L.
Parihk 30-23; C. Toft d K. Knox 30-23).
Gawler Tigers 3/132 d Elizabeth 2/119
(T. Stevens/R. Dickson d B. Tuckwell/L.
Pinnock 30-27; T. Stevens d B. Tuckwell
30-14; L. Pinnock d R. Dickson 30-20; T.
Stevens d L. Pinnock 30-18; B. Tuckwell
d R. Dickson 30-22).
Nuriootpa 5/150 d Trinity 0-73 (D.
Sharman/N. Pope d A. Stone/S. Moore
30-18; D. Sharman d A. Stone 30-17; N.
Pope d S. Moore 30-13; D. Sharman d S.
Moore 30-12; N. Pope d A. Stone 30-13).
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