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B&LCA ROUND ONE
ANGASTON 7/247 d NURIOOTPA 6/132
Angaston first innings
c C. Burgess b D. Doecke
B. Woodards c C. Burgess b G. Henschke 49
S. Rathjen c C. Burgess b D. Doecke
B. Burgess b D. Doecke
c A. Prior b R. Schultz
D. Rathjen c B. O'Dowd b D. Doecke
D. Schmidt not out
B. Burgess c T. Jungfer b D. Doecke
S. Gardham not out
FOW: 130 (B. Woodards), 136 (G. Bain), 136
(B. Burgess), 137 (S. Rathjen), 139 (D. Rathjen),
157 (B. Byster), 238 (B. Burgess).
JC.Lienert 8.0 0 0 29 0 0
G.Henschke 8.0 0 1 25 0 0
DS.Doecke 8.015 4600
R.Schultz 3.001 2400
Nuriootpa first innings
L. Steinborner c S. Gardham b B. Burgess
c B. Woodards b S. Gardham 4
c B. Woodards b S. Gardham 44
B. Lydeamore lbw b S. Gardham
C. Burgess c B. Burgess b A. Morrish 12
D. Doecke not out
B. O'Dowd c G. Bain b B. Burgess
FOW: 13 (A. Prior), 50 (L. Steinborner), 74 (B.
Lydeamore), 99 (C. Burgess), 108 (T. Jungfer),
114 (B. O'Dowd).
B.Woodards 4.0 1 0 14 0 0
GAWLER CENTRAL 4/186 d SOUTH GAWLER 9/183
South Gawler first innings
c B. Pfitzner b A. Wright 22
S. O'Donoghue b B. Ward
c B. Swan b M. Knight
c B. Pfitzner b M. Knight 0
run out (B. Swan)
c J. McCafferty b M. Knight 8
c M. Knight b J. DenEngelse 32
b J. DenEngelse
L. McCracken not out
FOW: 42 (L. Hewett), 53 (S. O'Donoghue), 57
(D. Golder), 68 (S. Anders), 124 (K. Antoney),
128 (B. Barker), 146 (N. Willis), 148 (J. Martin),
173 (P. White).
J.DenEngelse 8.0 0 2 46 0 0
B.Pfitzner 2.0 0 0 15 0 0
Gawler Central first innings
c D. Golder b J. Dare
A. Frackowski b P. White
c D. Golder b L. McCracken 5
J. McCafferty c L. Hewett b J. Dare
FOW: 12 (A. Frackowski), 24 (B. Swan), 67 (D.
Coombs), 171 (J. McCafferty).
L.McCracken 7.0 0 1 35 0 0
SANDY CREEK 2/138 d KAPUNDA 9/137
Kapunda first innings
C. Reimann c D. Koch b L. Hill
lbw b L. Hill
M. Johnson lbw b C. Roberts
K. Brown lbw b C. Roberts
b L. Hill
R. Brown b N. Gum
A. Turrell not out
FOW: 11 (C. Reimann), 11 (A. Smith), 88 (M.
Johnson), 94 (K. Brown), 104 (M. Ryan), 118
(S. Ryan), 121 (R. Brown), 137 (J. Brown), 138
Sandy Creek first innings
c C. Reimann b C. White 27
FOW: 1 (S. Hands), 47 (B. Fuller).
FREELING 4/123 d GILBERT VALLEY 119
Gilbert Valley first innings
c S. Carmichael b R. Hannun 38
K. Vandeleur c S. Carmichael b R. McDonald 0
c A. Hibbard b R. McDonald 10
b A. Hibbard
J. Vandeleur c R. Hannun b T. Camichael 13
b B. Heinrich
J. Molineux b S. Carmichael
J. Shahinger c J. Young b S. Carmichael
c & b I. McMillan
L. Michalanney b S. Carmichael
FOW: 0 (K. Vandeleur), 22 (C. Mullins), 25 (T.
Smith), 48 (J. Vandeleur), 77 (M. Norman), 78
(J. Vater), 96 (J. Molineux), 113 (J. Shahinger),
114 (L. Michalanney), 119 (J. Connell).
R.McDonald 8.0 1 2 25 0 2
T.Carmichael 2.0 0 1 8 0 1
S.Carmichael 8.0 0 3 20 0 1
I.McMillan 4.3 1 1 12 0 0
Freeling first innings
S. Carmichael b J. Connell
b J. Connell
c L. Michalanney b T. Connell
B. Heinrich not out
c J. Vater b J. Connell
FOW: 87 (S. Carmichael), 92 (J. Young), 98 (B.
Parish), 110 (R. Hannun).
J.Connell 7.0 1 3 27 0 11
J.Shahinger 5.0 0 0 32 0 4
J.Vandeleur 4.0 2 0 5 0 1
Greenock 8/184 (C. Hoffmann 41*, S. Nitschke
40, D. Goern 33*, S. Fowler 27; B. Fairey 4/34,
Z. Giles 2/40) d Truro 9/177 (B. Fairey 56, S.
Donovan 49, Z. Giles 26; D. Goern 4/19, G.
Lyndoch 187 (M. Robinson 41, S. Goulding 26;
L. Samain 3/41, D. Abinett 2/18, M. Boschen
2/34, S. Akkerman 2/34) d Tanunda 171 (A.
Petty 50, N. Justin 32; R. Muirhead 4/30, M.
Robinson 2/25, D. Boyle 2/33).
Mallala 7/126 (K. Curnow 56) d Eudunda-
Robertstown 9/120 (B. Wilson 3/7, K. Curnow
2/13, J. Charnstrom 2/17).
Sandy Creek 209 (K. Roberts 78*, A. Wallwork
35; T. Impett 2/37, S. Blundell 2/43) d South
Gawler 107 (J. Power 5/22, S. Doolan 2/15, M.
Tanunda 8/147 (A. Edwards 55, T. Mifflin 47; D.
Aird 4/22, J. Moore 2/48) d Nuriootpa 131 (J.
Schmidt 50, D. Schiller 32; J. Farley 2/7, C. Shaw
2/11, S. Cox 2/25, A. Radzevicius 2/36).
Gawler Central 2/60 (M. Perry 24*) d Angaston
59 (C. Ingram 3/17, M. Perry 2/5, A. Connelly
2/14, D. Miller 2/16).
Greenock 3/128 (J. Semmler 33, D. Cameron
29, S. Byrne 29*; H. Loveridge 2/19) d Nuri-
ootpa 3/127 (A. Norton 77*, M. Norton 25*; B.
Gilbert Valley 9/122 (A. Bruce 39, B. Good 29;
S. Davies 3/12, G. Miller 3/45, B. Boehm 2/9) d
Light Pass 121 (M. Gallasch 64; N. Bruce 4/23,
M. Connell 2/14, A. Bruce 2/24).
Kapunda 6/228 (T. Hunt 93, M. Goldsmith 44,
M. May 43; S. Ward 3/32) d Gawler Central
8/88 (S. McMillan 22; P. O'Reilly 2/8, D. Menzel
ANGASTON stamped its
early authority as a team to
beat in the Barossa & Light
Cricket Association this year,
defeating the newly promot-
ed Nuriootpa by 115 runs
on Saturday in the opening
limited overs match of the
After winning the toss and
electing to bat at home, Angaston
opening pair Greg Bain and Brett
Woodwards had the Nuri fielders
chasing leather for the early part
of the innings as they forged a
Bain found the boundary at
regular intervals, never letting
Nuriootpa's bowlers settle into a
rhythm and, before long, Angas-
ton had passed 100 without loss.
The much-needed break-
through for Nuri came via Greg
Henschke, dismissing Wood-
wards one run shy of his half-
century, with the scorecard still
heavily in favour of Angaston at
Daniel Doecke was then thrown
the ball and set about swinging
things in his side's favour.
He removed the dangerous
Bain for 78 before dismissing
Ben Burgess and Scott Rathjen
in quick succession, with neither
getting off the mark, and when
Rhys Schultz had Beau Byster
caught for one, Angaston was
reeling at 6/157.
However, skipper Brett Burgess
arrived at the crease with some
calm and, with Dylan Schmidt,
steadied the ship to guide his
team out of danger.
Burgess and Schmidt worked
hard to build a vital 81-run part-
nership, with the former eventu-
ally dismissed for 51.
Schmidt remained 34 not
out, with Angaston finishing at
Nuriootpa looked shaky at the
start of its run chase, losing the
early wicket of Anthony Prior to
be 1/13 before Luke Steinborner
and Travis Jungfer dug in and
stemmed the flow.
The pair, while occupying the
crease, found it difficult to score
quickly and was well held by An-
gaston's opening pair, Sam Gard-
ham and Scott Rathjen.
Steinborner finally fell for 22,
with the total 2/50, with Nuri
needing some fast runs to play
itself back into the match.
Captain Brett Lydeamore ar-
rived at the crease, but he too was
unable to combat the accurate
bowling of Gardham, becoming
the paceman's third victim for
just 11 runs after being trapped
Nuri really needed to start hit-
ting out at this stage, with the
required run rate increasing with
every over, but regular wickets re-
stricted its batsmen from finding
In the end, it was never in the
hunt, finishing its 40 overs at
6/132, 115 runs short of Angas-
Gardham was the pick of the
bowlers, finishing with 3/21 from
eight overs, while Brett Burgess,
Anthony Morrish and Ben Bur-
gess chimed in with one each.
-- Grady Hudd
Angaston starts with a bang Freeling's o to a yer
FREELING emerged victorious in its
one-day contest against Gilbert Valley
in the Barossa & Light Cricket Associa-
tion opening round at Saddleworth on
Saturday, winning by six wickets.
The Water Hens took to the field, after
Gilbert Valley won the toss and elected
to bat, and started perfectly when Russell
McDonald removed Kym Vandeleur for a
Batsmen Matt Norman and Craig Mul-
lins extended the score to 22, before Mc-
Donald struck again to remove the latter
for 10 and have Gilbert Valley in trouble
Captain Thomas Smith marched to the
wicket with the task of steadying his side,
but his innings was short-lived when Alex
Hibbard rattled his stumps for a duck.
At 3/25 Gilbert Valley needed its middle
order to support Norman, who was bat-
ting well, and it did, momentarily, with
James Vandeleur spending some time at the
However, Vandeleur soon became Tom
Carmichael's only wicket for the day, falling
for 13, and when Raed Hannun removed
Norman for 38 the home team was a grim
Some small lower-order contributions
from Jack Vater, Jamie Molineux and Jack
Connell, and a vital 22 from Justin Scha-
hinger, dragged the total up to 119.
Sam Carmichael was the pick of the
bowlers, finishing with 3/20, while Mc-
Donald's 2/25 was key to rattling through
the top order.
Early wickets would prove vital if Gilbert
Valley was to get a sniff, but, unfortunately,
they never came.
Freeling openers Sam Carmichael and
James Young dug in from the word 'go',
unperturbed by the opposition bowling,
bringing up 50 without losing a wicket.
Carmichael eventually succumbed to a
sharp Jack Connell delivery, but not before
registering 51 and putting his side in a win-
Connell also claimed Young for 25, with
another bowled dismissal, but by then Freel-
ing was only 27 runs short of the target.
Hannun and Ben Parish were dismissed
cheaply, but the damage was already done,
with the Water Hens cruising to victory
four wickets down with 13 overs remain-
Connell was easily Gilbert Valley's best
bowler, finishing with 3/27.
-- Grady Hudd
Pfitzner fires in opening round
A BEN Pfitzner-inspired Gawler Cen-
tral charged home to defeat cross-town
rival South Gawler by six wickets in their
season-opening Barossa & Light Cricket
Association limited overs clash on the
Pfitzner finished unbeaten on 86, smashing
eight fours and two sixes, as his side chased down
the required 183 runs set for victory by South in
just 27 overs.
After winning the toss and batting, the visit-
ing Lions got off to a positive start with openers
Lachlan Hewett and Shane O'Donoghue com-
fortable at the crease in the early stages.
Central's Andrew Wright finally made the
breakthrough, dismissing Hewett for 22 with
the score 1/42.
With Brodie Barker joining O'Donoghue at
the crease, South set about consolidating its good
start and putting the pressure back on Central's
The latter soon had his stumps rattled by Ben
Ward, and when David Golder and Scott Anders
were sent packing by Mathew Knight, in quick
succession, the Lions were in trouble at 4/68.
Kristian Antoney arrived in the middle with
a big task ahead, but shouldered the responsibil-
ity and, together with Barker, stemmed the flow
of wickets while, at the same time, keeping the
The Lions passed 100 without any further loss
of wicket, with Barker and Antoney's partnership
Catastrophe struck for South, however, with
a mix-up resulting in Antoney being run out by
Brandon Swan for 21.
Swan was again involved shortly after, catch-
ing Barker off the bowling of Brad Hunt to see
the Lions again on shaky ground at 6/128.
Patrick White provided some stability in the
lower order, with his 32 runs vital in seeing his
side reach 9/183 at the close of innings.
Knight was the pick of the bowlers, finishing
South started well with the ball, with White
knocking over Central's skipper Andrew Frack-
owski for 10 to have the side at 1/12.
It was not long before Jordan Dare had Cen-
tral's Brandon Swan caught for 13, and at that
stage the matched looked evenly poised.
A short 43-run partnership between Ben
Pfitzner and David Coombs steadied proceed-
ings for Centrals, but when the latter departed
for five, only 67 had been scored.
However, that would be South's last real cause
for celebration, as Pfitzner began to take hold of
the Lions' bowling attack.
He punished the ball to every part of the
ground, being particularly harsh on David Gold-
er who finished with 0/36 off just four overs, on
his way to a match-winning knock.
Together with Jamie McCafferty, who hit a vi-
tal 60, the pair steered Centrals into an unloseable
situation, snaring the win with 13 overs to spare.
Dare was the only multiple wicket-taker for
the Lions, but conceded 48 runs from seven
overs in the process.
South Gawler's Lachlan Hewett plays to the
o side during his knock of 22 against Gawler
Central on Saturday. PHOTO: Mary Ackers
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