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Monday junior- under 12 d1- Williamstown
Giants 20 d Sandy Creek 18, Run n Gun
27 d Barossa 20; under 12d2a- all Stars
22 d Trinity Triumph 6, Silver Swishes 21 d
Heat 19; Under 12d2B- Five Stars 13 draw
Barossa Bulldogs Red 13, Rockstars 20 d
Barossa Bulldogs Blue 5; United stars 6 draw
Trinity Magic 6 under 14d1- all Stars 33 d
Celtics 22, Barossa 37 d CCS Flight 12; under
14d2- Trinity Gawler River 28 d Heat 21,
Trinity Blue 18 d and 1 all Stars 17, Barossa
Bulldogs 44 d Raptorz 30; under 16- T-
Legends 42 d Swishes 36 The Crusaders 43
d Mavericks 17
Monday Men- aP Tigers 61 d Run & Gun
36, Wizards 54 defPhils Team 54, Wolverines
59 d M&Ms 39, Rattlers 72 d orlago Bujic
33, Cunning Stunts 33 d Swamp dawgs
24,Turbos 53 d Shakers 36, Shooting Bricks
41 d Beard of Chuck 39;
Tuesday daytime Ladies - Flukes 60
d Kaos 33, Phantoms 49 d Blue Birds 37,
Flamin Flamingos 58 d Rhondavues 30.
Tuesday Juniors- under 8’s- Lyndoch
Wolves Gold 16 d Red devils 11, Trinity
Thunder 9 d Roar 4, dragon Jets 15 d Junior
CC Stars 2, Trinity Tigers 6 d Trinity Scorpions
4, Lyndoch Wolves Black 5 d Gold Stars 2,
Sandy Creek 16 d Warriors 4; under 10’s-
Hawks 9 d Lyndoch Wolves 8, CC Stars 12 d
Trinity Lions 16 d Williamstown 10, Trinity
Jets 18 d Sandy Creek 9, Trinity Titans 10 d
Flight Team 6
Tuesday night Men’s- Wolves 46 d Purple
Haze 21, Vaders 37 drew donkeys 37
Black Hawke 51 d north Side Flyerz
49, Google It 75 d Mighty ducks 59, Team
Rocket 39 d Uncle drew 24, Gang Green 66
d Muffin Stuffers 42, C.R.E.a.M 67 d X-Men
44, TZK 49 d Red Lions 34
Wednesday Evening Ladies- Tangos 41 d
Wells Girls 30.
Thursday night Mixed- Inkhub 96 d Long
Plains 48, Going deep 53 d Fruit Hoops 1 50,
Fruit Hoops 2 68 d Family Feud 23, Steelers
56 d Black Magic 45, Ultim8s 65 d Beamers
52, Comets 48 d Its only Social 38
Virginia: Race 1: Ron Williams’ BIG dInGo
(BE F d; Feb ’12; Cosmic Rumble/Zin Zin
Zanziba) defeated Philip Kruger’s BIG MERC
(dK Bd d; May ’10; Pure octane/Foolish
Jean) by a neck in 15.57. Winner trained by
Race 2: The Ratbags Syndicate’s JETSET
REBEL (Wh&Bk d, dec ’10; Velocette/odessa
Princess) defeated the Castle Plaza Tavern
Syndicate’s BLaCK MERLo (BK d, aug ’11;
Bombastic Shiraz/Black narcissus) by 2
lengths in 15.58. Winner trained by Peter
Race 3: Len Wilson’s JESSIE FoZZ (F B; Sep
’11; nitro Burst/Bella Calabresa) defeated
Karon Blakemore’s BLondE JUSTICE (F B,
Feb ’12; dee Winter/Candy Lu) by 1 length
in 15.68. Winner trained by Len Wilson.
Race 4: Wendy Sebastyan’s LaKE BURLEy
(BK d, Mar ’11; College Causeway/Where’s
Leena) defeated Tina Cattermole’s HILLToP
SnoW (Wh&Be B, apr ’11; El Galo/Ice Blast)
by 3 lengths in 15.61.
Winner trained by Wendy Sebastyan.
Race 5: Ray Fewings’ RaJa’S GREEn Man
(BK d, Mar ’13; Bit Chilli/dancing JayLo)
defeated Tina Cattermole’s LITTLE Caddy
(F B, Feb ’13; Galba Jack/Carra Winslow) by 8
lengths in 15.62
Winner trained by Ray Fewings.
Race 6: don Turner’s STEW’S MISTaKE
(F d, dec ’11; Cosmic Chief/Miss Eva Mai)
defeated Len Wilson’s FIRST CaLL (BK d, nov
’10; El Galo/dance Token) by 4.5 lengths in
Winner trained by don Turner.
Barossa, Light & gawLer Juniors:
Under 9- nuriootpa Black (G. Harris,
a. Stevenson, R. Beckmann, L. Giles, K.
Materne, o. dadds, K. Laverty-Fromm.).
Under 11- nuriootpa Black (T. Symons, T.
Poland, o. Graetz, W. Kassebaum, H. Schiller,
C. Papandrea, M. noack) v Barossa Blue
Under 13- nuriootpa Black (H. Buckley, T.
Fechner, K. Pridham, J. Haymes, F. Williams)
v Central Black (J. Letts, M. McInerny, J.
Marsden, L. Wynes), Willaston (J. allen, J.
Goddard, M. Hill, S. Hummel, M. Knox, J.
Hough) v Tanunda (W. Parker, o. Harns, M.
Fraser, L. Baumann), South Gawler (B. Fisher,
J. Hajdu, J. Carpenter, Z. Greenem, G. Mik, L.
Load, a. Marshall) v Gawler Central (J. de la
Perrelle, n. Hurrell, K. Mason, C. Mcdonnell,
S. Mansfield, J. needham, J Fisher)
gawLer: Midweek results- G . McCollum
Thursday results- T. Pipicella 39 pts, G.
Frew 38 pts, J. Williams 37 pts, J. assender
Saturday results- men’s overall- R. Hall 45
pts; ladies overall K. Korber 39 pts; a grade-
B. Leighton 41 pts; B grade- R. Hall 45 pts; C
grade- M. norwood 43 pts; ball winners- B.
Portlock 42 pts, G. Frew 41 pts, d. Emmert
40 pts, J. Mooney 39 pts, J. Williams 39 pts,
P. Baker 38 pts, B Pumfrey 38 pts, S. Voigt 38
pts, I. Monro 38 pts.
Sunday results- P. Cameron 37 pts, d
Pierens 36 pts, S. Jeffery (c/b)
Kapunda: Saturday results- Stableford-
trophy winner- M. dew 38 pts; a grade- M.
Watson 37 pts, d. Carson 36 pts, J. Shephard
35 pts; B grade- G. Hambour 36 pts, I.
Watson 35 pts, C. doyle 34 pts, P. o’Reilly 34
pts; C grade- S. Waters 34 pts, J. Rentz 31 pts;
ladies: J. Morrison 27 pts, T. Perry 25 pts
tanunda pines: Saturday results-
Stableford- J . Farley 39 pts, a. Coutie,
K. owen 38 pts, T. Saegenschitter 36 pts,
J. Marsden, S. Coombs 34 pts, n. day, M.
Rodda, G. Kruger, J. agar 33 pts, P. Giersch,
d. House, B. Hage, L.C. Mackenzie, W. Bailey,
a. Sylvester 32 pts, d. Lane, C. Mullett, J.
Gooden, R. o’Callaghan, L. Montfort, J.
Sonntag, T. George, B. Burns 30 pts.
two weLLs: Sunday results- 27 Hole Gross:
a grade- B. Bradwell/Highercombe 110, S.
Kopania/Tea Tree Gully 113; B grade- J. Ball/
Two Wells 121, R. Grigg/Two Wells 125; C
grade- J. Spackman/Two Wells 142, J. Weir/
Two Wells 142. 27 Hole Handicap: a grade-
S. Grigg/Two Wells 105.5, R . Thompson/
Loxton 108.5; B grade- G. Payne/Two Wells
99.5, R. Wendland/Two Wells 104; C grade-
d. Smith/Two Wells 102.5, P. Sullivan/owen
109.5 . 18 Hole Handicap: a grade- W.
Stringer/Highercombe 71, C. Girling/Two
Wells 72; B grade- R . Hogg/Two Wells 72,
neil Bowden/Two Wells 74; C grade- I. Clark/
Two Wells 72, R. Prior/Two Wells 74. 9 Hole
Handicap: a grade- a Baker/Two Wells 32.5,
J. Eldridge/Tea Tree Gully 35.5, B grade- P.
Shields/Two Wells 33.5, R. Hinderwell/
Hamley 36; C grade- J. Boon/Balaklava 36,
H. Linford/Two Wells 38.
gawLer: Monday 21 results- Evanston
Gardens Gold 76 d Evanston Gardens Green
43, Lutheran Blue 63 d Kangaroo Flat 58,
Lutheran Red 67 d Evanston Gardens White
adeLaide pLains: a1: Balaklava 53
(Kate Crmlec) d Hamley Bridge 42 (alison
Schahinger), Long Plains 64 (Tori doherty)
d Virginia 29 (Jasmin Hocking), Two Wells
30 (Mia darling) d Hummocks 25 (Tayla
Williams); a2: Balaklava 60 (nadene Wehr)
d Hamley Bridge 37 (Stacey Hewitt),
Long Plains 45 (Shae Walker) d Virginia
31 (Samantha Sargeant), Two Wells 57
(Rhiannan Wendland) d Hummocks 28
(Tenneal White); a3: Hamley Bridge 45
(Jodi Grantham) d Balaklava 29 (Sophie
Wehr), Long Plains 38 (Belinda Raymond)
d Virginia 36 (Christine Glenn), Two
Wells 60 (Briony Thomson) d Hummocks
25 (Katrina Price); a4: Hamley Bridge 39
(Megan detemmerman) d Balaklava 19
(Tayla McBride), Virginia 35 (Chloe Winning)
d Long Plains 33 (Taylor neighbour), Two
Wells 51 (Jasmin Schmidt) d Hummocks 29
(Sandra Smith); a5: Long Plains 43 (Rebecca
Houston) d Virginia 17 (Sarah Jane Howett),
Two Wells away 49 (Renee Cameron) d
Hamley Bridge 15 (Celeste Biddle), Two
Wells Home 32 (Chloe Brohan) d Hummocks
16 (Wendy amos); 15 & Under: Hamley
Bridge 36 (Carly durdin) d Balaklava 20 (Lisa
Burman), Long Plains 43 (Monique Witt)
d Virginia 15 (alice Cox), Hummocks 29
(Haylee Studham) d Two Wells 20 (Jamie
Stringer); 13 & Under a: Balaklava 30 (Rhea
Lawless) d Hamley Bridge 17 (Shakira
Fuller), Long Plains 33 (Tamika Gregory) d
Virginia 23 (Cheynne Moritz), Hummocks
30 (Brittany Berry) d Two Wells 11 (Victoria
Pounedis); 13 & Under B: Balakava 9 (Sharni
Rowland) d Hamley Bridge 7 (Layne Baker).
starplex: Monday ladies- div 1 & 2-
Wild Turkeys 51 d Mauve it 18, Trinity old
Scholars 27 d divas 25, Jelly Butts 37 defall
saints 5, Jokers 32 d yeah good Thanks 28;
div 3- THEM 35 d ToSnC 14, Laurlis Team
21 d LadyBirds 18, Benchwarmers 27 d Fruit
Tuesday evening mixed- ashley’s angels
32 d TLL5TnT 17 d Win none Lose Some 9
Wednesday juniors- Primary- Trinity
yellow 7 d Trinity Purple 3, Trinity Maroon
4 d Trinity Red 0; Sub Junior- Trinity yellow
28 d Trinity Pink 11, Trinity Light Blue 14 d
Trinity White 12, Trinity Green 34 d Trinity
Blue 8,Trinity Red 25 d Trinity orange 2;
Juniors- Trinity Maroon 26 d Trinity Blue 18,
Trinity orange 27 d Trinity Light Blue 22,
Trinity yellow 21 d Trinity White 10
Wednesday evening ladies- div 1- ToSnC
36 d daSH 23, St Georges 25 d netbrawlers
13, Wild Turkeys 33 d Escapees 14; div 2-
Trinity College 1 26 d Fruit Loops 18, Hot
Shots 35 d Trinity College 3 14, Roses &
Thorns 29 d Trinity College 2 24, Mumma
Bears 34 d Family affairs 22, Lollipops 40 d
div 3, Just Usdef newbies, Girl Power 19
d The Twisted Sisters 18
Wednesday evening mixed netball (Semi-
Final) - Interceptacons 41 d Jekylls angels
21, Michaels + 5 d ants at a Picnic
Friday ladies daytime netball- Brookers 27
d Pink Ladies 22, Cant decide 44 d all Blakz
11, Wasleys 49 d Mixed Bag 20, LadyBirds 36
d dribs & drabs 13
gawLer & districts: a grade- Gumnuts
d Lutheran 40-39, Xavier Saints d Trinity
54-38, St Georges Black d St Georges White
55-32; B grade: Lutheran Purple d Xavier
Saints 28-25, Virginia d Lutheran White 55-
40, St Georges d Gumnuts 40-38; C grade-
St Georges White d Xavier Saints 49-36, St
Georges Black d Virginia 36-24; E grade- St
Georges White d Trinity Red 41-30, Gumnuts
d Trinity Blue 61-17, K grade- Trinity d Xavier
Saints 29-10, Lutheran d St Georges Black
34-24, Virginia Pink d Virginia Green 18-16
St Georges White d Gumnuts 18-16; L grade-
St Georges Black d St Georges White 37-0,
Trinity Blue d Gumnuts 35-6, Xavier Saints
yellow d Xavier Saints Green 28-13, Trinity
Red d Lutheran 33-1; n grade- Gumnuts d
Trinity Red 28-2, St Georges d Trinity Blue
Barossa VaLLey: Saturday results- G .
Rayment 972.966 mt/min, a.F. Brown
911.349, Birdwood Lofts 889.301
Saturday results- Target Rifle (Max 100.20)-
J. Hoerisch, 50.02, 49.03, 99.05, 2.75, 36.36%,
16.01; J. allen, 48.03, 49.05, 97.08, 3.75,
80.00%, 19.02; d. Pumpa, 46.02, 46.01, 92.03,
9.25, 86.49%, 17.01; S. Barrie, 44.02, 45.03,
89.05, 7.50, dnR, 17.00; d. Lindner, 42.00,
47.04, 89.04, 8.00, dnR, 12.00; a. Helbig,
43.03, 46.01, 89 .04, 6 .25, dnR, 15.00; J.
Cawthorne, 32.00, 42.00, 74.00, 16.00, dnR,
11.00. F Standard (Max 120.20)- S. Larsen,
60.06, 56.01, 116.07, 7.75, 51.61%, 18.00; B.
Kalleske, 57.04, 58.04, 115.08, 8.00, 62.50%,
22.01; T. andrews, 56.02, 56.04, 112.06 ,
9.00, 88.89%, 16.00; P. Larsen, 56.03, 60.05,
116.08, 3.75, dnR, 18.00; J. Taylor, 55.01,
58.05, 113.06, 5.00, dnR, 21.00; a. Foden,
53.01, 57.03, 110.04, 7.50, dnR, 19.00; d.
Millar, 55.02, 57.03, 112.05, IS, na, 22.02. F
open (Max 120.20)- a . Pohl, 56.03, 60.09,
116.12, 2.00, dnR, 21.01
gawLer & district: Wednesday results-
a grade- Lyndoch Gold 11-39 (a. Carmody,
R. Bell, G. Carmichael, G. Rudnick) d Gawler
Gunnas 3-13 (M. nesbitt, P. Holzberger, S.
Barlow, G . Smith); Lyndoch Green 10-31
(a. Bender, K. Jermey, d. Holliday, J. Koch)
d Kangaroo Flat 4-19 (d. Roe, J. Crossling,
R. Haaren, R. Bubner); Toecutters 13-40 (G.
Jenkins, B. McLean, J. McLean, T. nicholls)
d Gawler West 1-5 (S. Packer, P. Hatcher, H.
Sealy, H. Szulc); B grade- Gawler South 10-
33 (M. Menadue, S. Robinson, B. Pascoe, K.
Hardwick) d outlaws 4-18 (G. Humphreys,
P. dawson, J. Hamden, G. o’Keefe); Lutheran
7-32 (K. Krieg, d. Korber, B. Tieste, James
Korber) d Kangaroo Flat 7-29 (S. Wedding,
J. Biggins, L. Habel, M. Crossling); C grade-
Lyndoch Legends 9-25 (C. Carmody, S.
Carmody, a. newton) d Shockwaves 2-8
(J. Vanicky, M. Brunato, S. Willis); Kangaroo
Flat Gold 3-9 (R. Chenoweth, M. Malycha) d
Blood or nothing 2-6 (K. Wright, M. Wright);
Kangaroo Flat White 9-29 (a. Shaw, H.
Bubner, n. Chenoweth) d Easy Riders 2-12
(G. o ’Keefe, T. Sommerville, B. Mortimer);
Kangaroo Flat Green 8-26 (K. Roe, L. Collins,
M. Mander) d G T Smashers 3-12 (a. Miller, R.
Blewett, n. Camilleri).
pLayford: nuriootpa 5/171 d The Grove
0/64 (dylan Sharman/nathan Pope d Matt
Faye/for feit 30-0; Sharman d Faye 30-15;
Pope d forfeit 30-0); Sharman d forfeit 30-
0; Pope d Faye 51-49). Mawson Lakes 3-
145 d Playford 1-119 (Stephen drury/Shaun
adams d Ben Toor/Kai Knox 30-22; drury
lost to Toor 28-30; adams d Knox 30-18;
adams unfinished Toor 27-26; drury d
Knox 30-23).Elizabeth 5/150 d Trinity 0/52
Ben Tuckwell/Liz Pinnock d Saul Moore/
adam Stone 30-14; Tuckwell d Moore 30-0;
Pinnock d Stone 30-27; Tuckwell d Stone 30-
21; Pinnock d Moore 30-0).
Gawler & districts
netBaLL: In C grade, St George’s White defeated
Xavier Saints 49-36.
With finals nearing for both sides, both
teams were looking to be in winning form.
St George’s ran out of the blocks in the first quarter.
Laura and Kim Mcdade shot accurately to open
up a quick 12-goal lead at the first change, 17-5 .
Xavier made changes to its starting line-up and it paid
Xavier’s Laura Hall worked hard in defence to shut
down St George’s scoring output.
Xavier goalies Jessica Maslin and Julie Wing
made the most of their opportunities to close
the gap to seven at the main change, 23-16.
St George’s regrouped for the third quarter, upping
their scoring rate.
Unfortunately, Xavier tried hard but couldn’t win the
quarter with a 15-goal lead to St George’s at the final
Xavier ran out the game stronger in the last quarter,
however it wasn’t enough.
The damage had been done early and St George’s
won by 13.
In the other C grade game, St George’s Black
took the two points against Virginia, 36 -24.
In a tight physical first quarter, both sides’ defensive
pressure was high.
a low-scoring quarter saw St George’s prevail 10-8.
Virginia was unable to maintain the same intensity in
Strong defensive efforts from St George’s Ebony
Charles and Maddie Walford restricted Virginia to only
two goals for the quarter.
St George’s made the most of it from the turnovers
to open up an 11-goal lead at the main break.
The third quarter saw the opposite.
Virginia dominated the quarter to outscore St
George’s to close the gap to five at the last change.
The momentum swung again in the fourth.
St George’s ashlyn Fraser ran hard in centre to give
her team opportunities.
St Georges won by 12 goals.
Gdna is hosting a netball clinic on Sunday,
Clinic is being run by australian diamonds netball
player Erin Bell, who will be signing autographs and
having photos taken.
ages 15 and under - $30pp.
Must register prior to attending.
Please see committee in office to register details, or
call 8523 0739.
open to all Gdna players and non-players.
goLf: In extremely tough conditions, Helen Bell
more than matched with the men in the stableford
competition played on Thursday, July 17.
Playing in a field of 16 players with eight players
failing to finish due to poor weather, Helen “stuck it
out” and won the day with 28 points from Wim Van
pelt and doug Cooper 24.
others to finish were John Riley (23), Errol Branson
(17), dean Branson (16), Wally Jackson (15), noel
There were no birdies for the day.
The par competition played on Saturday, July19, was
won by Wim Van Pelt with +6 from Roen Cameron (+4
C/b) and Ron Smith (+4).
Last Thursday, a stableford was played to raise
money for the Royal Flying doctor Service with prolific
tournament winner George dahlitz, who has been
sadly out of form for two or three months, returning
to the top step of the podium with 42 points, while
second spot was won by doug Cooper (38) from Gary
Woods, Vince Cozzitoto, Wim Van Pelt (36), anton
noack, Trevor Bateman (35c/b) all being prize winners.
Last Saturday’s stroke competition, which
was also the second qualifying round of the club
championships, was won by Errol Branson with a
credible net 65 from Ron Smith (66) and Ross Hienze
footBaLL: a nice change with some good weather
on Saturday saw the Bombers travel over to nuriootpa
to take on the Tigers.
The junior colts’ gradual improvement continued
with a seven-goal loss and Cody dew hitting the
scoreboard in the third term with a good goal.
The senior colts were in the game at three-quarter
time but couldn’t quite run out the game and went
down by four goals.
Some really good signs from these boys though and
another win isn’t far away.
Billy Brett turned in his best game for the year,
while Trent Hunt is starting to put some good games
together and was awarded with the second-best player
The Magoos finally gave the fans something to be
happy about with a comprehensive five-goal win.
The lads got the rewards from a four-quarter effort
and should be hard to beat in most games if this
nathan Gregor dominated in the ruck and is a handy
pick-up when back in town from work commitments.
daniel Pearson was the best forward on the ground
with four goals.
Let’s keep the desire to win up and finish the year on
a good note.
The a grade possibly turned in its worst performance
for the year by continually turning the footy over.
a fourth-quarter fightback had the Tigers on edge
before they steadied the ship and ran away with a 21-
Kallum Brown continues to impress by giving plenty
We must bounce back this week against
South Gawler at home, which will be a very tough
The annual Red and Rump was held Saturday night
with 150 people in attendance; it was a fantastic
night supported by great food and entertaining guest
speakers, Jackson Trengove and alipate Carlile.
The auction was a huge success and the club would
like to thank everyone who attended.
Lets get over to Bomber Park this weekend and get
around the boys in what will be four good games of
footBaLL: Barossa under 13 Blue had another win
against Tanunda White at home on Friday night in
some very sloppy conditions.
The boys played consistently for four quarters,
keeping up the pressure all game, which resulted in
Tanunda being scoreless in the end.
Huge credit to the boys that pulled on a Tanunda
guernsey to help out the opposition who were two
short, it showed great sportsmanship.
Top dog this week was Jake Lane who fought hard
in the contests and played well up forward, bagging
himself in a well-earned goal.
Max Moritz and Jake Herman showed how much
they have improved, getting into the contests, tackling
hard and playing some great footy.
Well done all, your teamwork, guts and
determination continues to impress week after week.
Best Players – Jake Lane, Jake Herman, Max Moritz.
Goal Kickers – daniel Bussenschutt, Zac Cooper,
Conner Lewis, Jarrod Wodson, Jake Lane, Craig dowse,
The Friday night game saw an even contest between
the under 11 Blue boys and nuriootpa Black.
Barossa Blues got off to a great start with some
quick handballs and kicks opening up space.
The game became a battle with strong attacks
on the footy and lots of pressure applied to the
Both teams went goal for goal for the rest of the
game with a close finish.
a great game played by both sides.
Incentives this week to Cooper Pyman, Kyan
Bovingdon, dale Lewis and Kye Hermann.
Well played boys, keep it up.
netBaLL: For the senior one team we did not get the
result we were after but you all gave it your best.
our last half was our best, only going down by a few
Keep it up girls, a great effort by all players.
Thanks to Chloe Frentsch and Emma Schilling for
benching, with the award going to Bec Terwel.
Fantastic four-quarter effort from the senior two
What an amazing turn around from last week, with
some excellent teamwork during the whole game.
awesome defensive work; we were right in the
contest all game.
Lisa Crouch won the award.
definitely a good effort by all senior three players
The first and last quarter was our best, especially the
The drive through the court and creating space in
the centre third was much better this week,
with Ella Laucke winning the award.
Good effort from the senior four girls with two star
players out and position re-shuffles.
With natalie Payne from senior five filling in, we did
We had two good quarters where we kept up with
Willaston. Great defence from ashleigh Seedsman and
Well done Emma Graves and Bri Kaye on your new
positions, while alex Simon won the award.
It was a fantastic game by all nine senior five players.
It was a game we had to win and we won really well.
Thank you for listening and having that fire in your
bellies and well done to Bethany Roether.
awesome game from all the inter one girls.
We are so proud of everyone’s effort during all four
quarters; wow, we just need to finish off the season in
Lauren Hutton took the award.
It is through error that man tries to rise, it is through
tragedy he learns.
This was a tough game this week for the inter two
team against a skilled Willaston side.
annabel Smart won the award.
definitely a great effort today from every junior one
your determination towards the ball was a lot better
this time round.
The sub-junior two team had a good steady game
with some really good passages of play.
We played the last five minutes with six players on
the court, defending well.
We hope Sophie Riethmuller bounces back for next
week’s big game against nuriootpa.
The primary one girls applied great defensive
pressure all over the court this week but more focus is
required on settling and passing the ball.
attention to listening to the umpires requires real
focus also, otherwise a good strong game.
Maddie Fechner won the award.
The netta one team gave us a fantastic first quarter.
We worked the ball down the court with great leads
in front and timing of the leads, which rewarded us
with two goals.
now we need to do that for a whole game.
Well done to Georgia Battersby and Erin Pratt.
– More club notes, page 10
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