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2.3 6.6 10.10 13.14 (92)
Barossa District 3.2 7.3 9.4 11.5 (71)
Freeling - Goals: S. Carmichael 4, S. Williams 4, J. Vaneveld 2,
T. Muster 2, D. Horsnell. Best: S. Williams, S. Carmichael, J.
Wilson, L. Heinrich, T. Muster.
Barossa District - Goals: D. Cutting 4, P. Stelzer 4, W. Roberts,
J. Charles, D. Sharp. Best: M. Baraglia, P. Stelzer, A. Spencer, D.
Cutting, D. Sharp, R. Watson.
Gawler Central 6.3 11.10 14.17 16.23 (119)
2.2 2.4 4.5 5.7 (37)
Gawler Central - Goals: J. Blakemore 4, B. Mercer 3, C. Thomas
3, K. Heintze 2, B. Hunt, A. King, C. Solly, C. Molyneux. Best: J.
Blakemore, C. Molyneux, C. Solly, J. Latimer, D. Stanley, K.
Kapunda - Goals: M. Holding 2, D. Leslie, D. Johncock, T. John-
son. Best: B. Valentine, S. McKinnon, A. Turrell, D. Johncock,
M. Holding, M. Cussadia.
4.0 7.1 8.4 10.7 (67)
1.0 2.0 4.2 7.3 (45)
Tanunda - Goals: L. Agars 2, L. Boehm 2, M. Fox 2, B. New-
berry, L. Westhoff, M. Westhoff, S. Agars. Best: L. Boehm, C.
Underwood, P. Neldner, B. Newberry, T. Schiller, N. Schmidt.
Angaston - Goals: J. Lawton 3, G. Bain 2, B. Woodards, D.
Rathjen. Best: J. Miles, M. Doecke, G. Bain, T. Feist, B. Brook,
5.5 10.10 13.14 17.19 (121)
South Gawler 2.1 4.2 5.3 11.5 (71)
Willaston - Goals: J. Williams 4, S. Walton 2, M. Howson 2,
R. Whiston 2, S. Baker 2, J. Mcdonald, B. Tosold, S. White, M.
McCallum, J. Day. Best: M. Howson, M. Brooks, K. Sankey, J.
Campbell, S. Walton, A. Fry.
South Gawler - Goals: J. Chapman 3, C. Connolly 2, H. Lawry 2,
D. Goulding, M. Foldesdy, B. Kerr, J. Dare. Best: J. Chapman, J.
Ahern, A. Bevis, D. Goulding, J. Spicer, M. Foldesdy.
GawlerCent 8 7 0 1 1 1125 555 66.96 15
Willaston 8 7 1 0 1 1123 633 63.95 14
Angaston 8260159777443.54 4
Freeling 8260159881442.35 4
Gawler Central 3
South Gawler 2
3.1 4.5 7.8 9.10 (64)
1.0 1.0 5.1 6.3 (39)
Tanunda - Goals: B. Lockett 4, L. Kemp 2, T. Smith, R. Jarvis,
B. Pech. Best: J. Thompson, T. Smith, L. Kemp, B. Lockett, C.
Peacock, B. Pech.
Angaston - Goals: B. Burgess 3, T. Talbot, M. Williams, A. Kurtz.
Best: B. Byster, J. Hood, B. Fairey, T. Clark, B. Burgess, T. Talbot.
2.3 3.6 3.12 5.15 (45)
Barossa District 0.1 2.2 5.2 7.2 (44)
Freeling - Goals: K. Barry, P. Leske, D. Shaw, B. Haseldine, B.
Christie. Best: A. Graham, K. Barry, W. Ahrens, B. Haseldine, B.
Darwin, D. Cook.
Barossa District - Goals: D. Goodfellow 2, R. Hales, C. How-
arth, A. Elix-Berndt, H. Irvine, A. Traynor. Best: A. Elix-Berndt,
L. Watson, D. Goodfellow, T. Brown-Pichugin, J. Rider, R. Hales.
Gawler Central 4.2 7.6 11.7 16.11 (107)
2.0 3.0 4.2 5.3 (33)
Gawler Central - Goals: A. Fox 6, P. Bova 4, H. Schloithe, A.
Cox, N. Crothers, L. Edwards, C. Rowe, T. Duffield. Best: A. Cox,
L. Edwards, S. Gladigau, R. Wenham, A. Fox, M. Davis.
Kapunda - Goals: M. Prior 2, A. Hampel 2, S. Brown. Best: B.
McKinnon, J. Zivic, M. Prior, K. Ryan, K. Muir, T. Hunt.
3.2 4.6 6.7 8.8 (56)
South Gawler 2.1 3.3 4.3 8.6 (54)
Willaston - Goals: M. Bornholdt 5, M. Hollis, J. Rozman, D.
Wilson. Best: J. Hurst, R. Boswell, P. Wharton, J. Boswell, J.
Carter, D. Wilson.
South Gawler - Goals: T. Gordon 2, M. Daly, J. DenEngelse, J.
Dare, D. Daglish, R. Barker, J. Costa. Best: M. Daly, J. Costa, A.
Hansen, J. Rooke, B. Rolton, T. Gordon.
GawlerCent 8 7 1 0 1 820 256 76.21 14
Freeling 8350136648143.21 6
Max Bornholdt (Willaston) 23, Arran Fox (Gawler Central) 20,
Cameron Maher (Gawler Central) 13, Sean Brading (Gawler Cen-
tral) 12, Blake Lockett (Tanunda) 12, Ross Whiston (Willaston) 12.
Barossa District 7.5 13.8 20.8 26.14 (170)
0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 (0)
Barossa District - Goals: R. Allington 4, O. Watson 4, A. Arthur
3, D. Kickel 3, B. Schiller 3, B. Ratcliff 2, M. Collins 2, M. Quinn
2, M. Dalliston, D. Nangle, D. Mitchell. Best: R. Allington, B.
Schiller, A. Arthur, M. Slade, D. Kickel.
Freeling - Best: C. Coleman, H. Loveridge, S. Coulthard, A.
Pelonio, P. Byrne.
Gawler Central 1.4 3.7 5.14 11.15 (81)
1.1 4.3 5.3 6.4 (40)
Gawler Central - Goals: A. Byster 4, B. Swan, B. Downie, B.
Mason, M. Stewart, J. Frahm, C. Fletcher, A. Connelly. Best: H.
Reynolds, P. Searle, A. Byster, M. Stewart, B. Hope, C. Fletcher.
Kapunda - Goals: K. Muir 2, W. Brett 2, J. Freeman, H. Smith.
Best: J. Freeman, W. Brett, S. Prior, D. Collins, K. Muir.
1.4 2.6 5.12 13.13 (91)
1.1 2.3 3.4 3.5 (23)
Angaston - Goals: R. Kuhn 7, R. Eberhard, M. Wilson, J. Falken-
berg, S. Habermann, L. Cunningham, M. Spangler. Best: R.
Kuhn, J. Antonie, J. Falkenberg, B. Homes, R. Eberhard, L.
Tanunda - Goals: R. Creece, R. Liddell, D. Hunt. Best: J. DeRu-
iter, E. Laucke, R. Creece, J. Brimer, A. Nankivell, J. Hage.
5.7 10.8 14.12 18.15 (123)
South Gawler 2.1 2.3 2.3 3.3 (21)
Willaston - Goals: B. Coombs 8, T. Stansborough 3, B. Parsloe
3, L. Sutton, B. Cox, B. Pasin, B. Bone. Best: B. Coombs, L.
Elliott, M. Spirritt, B. Phillips, L. Sutton, H. Crossman.
South Gawler - Goals: B. Dankiewicz 2, B. Washington. Best:
S. Trenorden, J. Crowe, J. Sheridan, R. Feuerherdt, L. Carter,
SouthGawler 8 6 2 0 1 575 403 58.79 12
Freeling 8080119892817.58 0
Todd Stansborough (Willaston) 35, Brayden Coombs (Willaston)
27, Riley Allington (Barossa District) 26, Bradley Ratcliff (Barossa
District) 23, Ross Kuhn (Angaston) 23.
BAROSSA, LIGHT & GAWLER FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION
WILLASTON won an epic Barossa,
Light & Gawler Football Associa-
tion B grade clash on the weekend,
defeating South Gawler by two
The Donnybrooks led at every change
and held a comfortable 16-point lead at
three-quarter-time, but had to hold off
a late charge from the Lions to take the
points on the day of their 125-year an-
Willaston's Max Bornholdt was the
dominant big man on the ground, boot-
ing five majors, and Jonathon Hurst and
Ryan Boswell were also impressive for
Mathew Daly was the Lions' best
player, while former Virginia coach Joss
DenEngelse kicked a goal in his debut
for the club.
Freeling defeated Barossa District in
another tight game, knocking off the
Bulldogs by a single point, despite hav-
ing 11 more scoring shots.
The Redlegs started the better and led
throughout the first half, before Barossa
fought its way back to lead heading into
the final term.
Anthony Graham and Kris Barry were
standouts for Freeling and Adam Elix-
Berndt battled hard for the Bulldogs.
Gawler Central had no trouble dis-
patching Kapunda, winning by 74
points, and remains top of the ladder.
The Tigers were well served by Adam
Cox, who was best on ground, and Ar-
ran Fox, who slotted six majors.
Ben McKinnon was tireless for the
Bombers and Mark Prior chipped in
with two goals.
Tanunda continued its recent run of
good form, knocking off top-four hope-
ful Angaston by 25 points in a hard-
The Magpies got the jump on their
opponent with three first-quarter
goals and never looked back, with Joe
Thompson again good and Blake Lock-
ett dangerous around goals with four
Beau Byster was a standout for the
Panthers and Jake Hood was also good,
while Brett Burgess did his best to keep
his side in the match with three goals.
Willaston showed it is a long way
ahead of the pack in the under 17s,
belting third-placed South Gawler by
102 points to finish the first half of the
Brayden Coombs had a day out and
finished with eight majors and Loclahne
Elliott was typically strong, while Jayden
Sheridan was one of the Lions' best.
Barossa District did a complete
number on Freeling, holding it scoreless
to win by 170 points.
Riley Allington and Owen Watson
slotted four goals each for the Bulldogs
and Brad Schiller was handy.
For the Redlegs, Corey Coleman and
Hayden Loveridge refused to wilt de-
spite the less than ideal circumstances.
Angaston was far too strong for Ta-
nunda, winning by 68 points on the
back of big games from Ross Kuhn (sev-
en goals) and Jayden Antonie.
Jett DeRuiter stood tall for the Mag-
pies and Edward Laucke tried hard
Gawler Central had a comfortable
41-point win over Kapunda in the final
match of the round, with Adam Byster
kicking four goals in his first game for
the Tigers after crossing from Freeling.
Hayden Reynolds was also good for
the Tigers, while Josh Freeman was a
class above for the Bombers after drop-
ping back from the A grade.
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Tigers the benchmark
Premiership odds: $1.95
THE Tigers are going along
nicely but have not quite
dominated to the extent that
many thought they might.
Plagued by fade-out issues,
the Tigers have still met almost
every challenge and will be more
than happy with where they sit.
At their best, Central is still
comfortably the benchmark and
remains warm flag favourites.
Premiership odds: $3
THE Donnybrooks have
been sensational so far and
have arguably been the most
impressive of anyone this
They have a raft of powerful
on-ballers and a forward line
that is almost unstoppable when
it is firing.
Look as likely as anyone to
take it up to Central.
Premiership odds: $6.50
THE surprise packet of 2014,
South was always going to be
in the top half of the ladder
but it has well and truly ex-
ceeded external expectations.
The Lions play well as a unit
and Scott Lee is getting the ut-
most out of his players, while
their style of game should hold
up well in the finals.
Might just lack the genuine
class and firepower required to
be a genuine premiership con-
Premiership odds: $13
WHILE the Magpies have
not set the world on fire,
they are reasonably placed
and lead Nuri in the race for
Tanunda has held up well
against teams below it, but looks
to be a way behind the three
Gawler sides at this stage.
Premiership odds: $21
LIKE previous seasons, in-
consistencies have hurt the
Tigers so far this year.
Nuri has shown, in the sec-
ond half against Centrals in
round four, that its best is good
enough to match it with any
side, but it is in a position where
it must now beat sides above it
to make the four.
Premiership odds: $81
THE Panthers have shown
some good signs but they still
have a lot of work to do.
The inability to get boom re-
cruit Tom Langdon on the park
has hurt them, but they will be
disappointed with where they sit.
With finals now out of the
question, Angaston must con-
tinue to build with next year in
Premiership odds: $91
ANOTHER side that has
plenty of up side but cannot
produce its best on a consis-
There are plenty of quality
players in the Redlegs' line-up
but at the moment they seem to
be treading water.
For a side looking to continue
its improvement, Freeling will
not be overly happy with its po-
sition at the halfway mark.
Premiership odds: $151
KEY losses were always go-
ing to make it hard for the
Bombers and an injury to
playing coach Jason Macken-
zie has robbed them of their
An honest side, Kapunda
needs a couple of gun recruits
to complement a solid group of
The Bombers are a proud
club that will never give up and
they will be aiming to pinch a
few wins on the way home.
Premiership odds: $151
THE reigning premiers had
been tipped to slide but the
magnitude of the Bulldogs'
fall has come as a surprise to
That being said, the fight is
still there and Roger James looks
to have his side on the gradual
improve and he will be hopeful
of another win or two.
Barossa District 2.2 4.4 7.8 9.16 (70)
0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 (0)
Barossa District - Goals: A. Casboult 2, B. Dowse 2, E. Lees,
T. Liebelt, R. Mylchreest, S. Hunt, J. Hassold. Best: E. Gant, A.
Casboult, E. Morrow, J. Mattiske, S. Hunt.
Freeling - Best: S. Daff, H. Amery, T. Taylor, D. Nixon, J. Lovell,
Gawler Central 7.3 11.7 17.9 24.15 (159)
0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 (0)
Gawler Central - Goals: B. Mathews 10, J. Billing 5, B. Acton
3, B. Lane, S. Dowden, L. Sutton, B. Kemp, B. Pilkington, B.
Haskard. Best: B. Pilkington, B. Acton, B. Mathews, J. Billing, L.
Roberts, J. Denton.
Kapunda - Best: C. White, C. Schupelius, C. White, K. Sharpe.
1.3 3.5 4.8 5.15 (45)
1.1 2.1 4.4 4.5 (29)
Tanunda - Goals: P. Mudge 2, J. Pape, J. May, J. Madden. Best:
J. Madden, P. Mudge, M. Clark, R. Hoklas, R. Falkenberg, J.
Angaston - Goals: R. Humphries-Carnelly 3, R. Montgom-
erie. Best: R. Humphries-Carnelly, M. Cowham, S. Hayden, J.
Monaghan, M. Schulz, R. Argent.
3.4 5.6 7.8 10.12 (72)
South Gawler 1.2 3.3 5.7 6.9 (45)
Willaston - Goals: Z. East 2, L. McCluskey 2, A. Webb 2, C. Mar-
rone 2, B. Cormack, E. East. Best: A. Webb, L. McCluskey, J.
Hodges, J. Hummel, M. Hemmerling, Z. East.
South Gawler - Goals: J. Johnson 3, J. Kroon, H. Eeles, J. Con-
nelly. Best: J. Connelly, H. Eeles, K. Sumner, J. Johnson, C.
Barker, B. Gattermayr.
GawlerCent 8 6 2 0 1 667 290 69.70 12
Angaston 8350137941647.67 6
Freeling 8170125355531.31 2
Ryan Humphries-Carnelly (Angaston) 30, Ethan East (Willaston)
26, Brodi Mathews (Gawler Central) 22, Jarrod Kroon (South
Gawler) 15, Luke Johnson (Gawler Central) 14.
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