Home' The Bunyip : November 5th 2014 Contents NURIOOTPA has said
“catch me, if you can” to the
rest of the Barossa & Light
Bowling Association by going
two games clear on top of the
ladder following its dominant
49-shot win over Freeling on
Three of the four rinks played
between the sides were relative-
ly close, with Freeling’s Trevor
Mullins snatching the only win
for his side, suggesting the contest
may not have been as one-sided as
The results were heavily skewed
in Nuri’s favour thanks to an as-
tonishing 42-shot win by Ron
Turnbull over Freeling’s Trevor
Eudunda triumphed in a tight
90-80 encounter with Lyndoch,
winning three of its four rinks for
Chris Jones scored his side’s
biggest individual win for the af-
ternoon, securing a convincing
13-shot win over Lyndoch’s Chris
The win is Eudunda’s second
for the season, and moves it into
third position behind Angaston
Angaston also scored its second
win by defeating Kapunda by 16
shots with Matt Short bounc-
ing back from last week’s defeat
to record his team’s biggest win,
emerging a 16-shot victor over
Kapunda’s Jack Trotta.
In division two, Nurioot-
pa Green was given a scare by
Eudunda but still came away with
a four-shot win to remain equal
top, while in division three Ka-
punda Red and Nuriootpa Black
scored their maiden season wins.
Lyndoch 80 | Eudunda 90: D. Hausler 22 | R.
Ellis 24; C. Rule 16 | C. Jones 29; T. Noble 14 |
G. Prior 19; H. Sykes 28 d A. Pfitzner 18.
Freeling 68 | Nuriootpa 117: J. Grantham 19
| G. Langley 29; T. Mullins 24 d A. Forbes 20;
T. Heinjus 4 | R. Turnbull 46; S. Marslen 21 |
S. Allen 22.
Angaston 110 d Kapunda 94: J. Standish 29 d
R. Walker 25; B. Bowden 21 | J. Hanns 32; M.
Schutz 29 d G. Cruikshank 22; M. Short 31 d
J. Trotta 15.
Nuriootpa Gold 56 | Angaston Blue 87: P.
Collyer 19 | K. Renshaw 27; M. Nolan 23 | L.
Teakle 31; N. Nolan 14 | M. Elsworthy 29.
Tanunda 79 d Nuriootpa Black 51: P. Knight 25
d M. Sims 19; D. Armstrong 30 d A. Fyfe 16; D.
Grear 24 d H. Roberts 16.
Eudunda 68 | Nuriootpa Green 72: R. Hams
Willoughby 23 | N. Collyer 28.
Lyndoch 59 d Freeling 58: J. Sharratt 22 | T.
Curtis 23; R. Plant 22 d L. Goedecke 12; B.
Allan 15 | T. Wellington 23.
Angaston White 88 d Kapunda 57: J. Argent
26 d B. Booth 18; K. Brook 36 d B. O’Reilley
18; I. Elsworthy 26 d R. Gill 21.
Tanunda 96 d Eudunda 62: B. Hoklas 35 d D.
Pope 15; M. Meertens 38 d G. Schutz 20; M.
Paech 23 | R. Fiegert 27.
Nuriootpa Gold 74.75 | Angaston 87: R. Leske
36 d B. Agars 25; R. Langridge 12.75 | Z.
Horvath 41; P. Hughes 26 d F. Bain 21.
Kapunda Black 50 | Kapunda Red 71: P.
Dobbin 25 d S. Franks 19; A. Thiele 18 drew L.
Reinders 18; G. Campbell 9 | P. Maitland 34.
Freeling 56 | Nuriootpa Black 81.25: W. Pitt
10 | C. Reuter 29.25; D. Jamieson 23 | K.
McDonald 32; B. Ellis 23 d N. Hein 20.
Tanunda Black 57 d Nuriootpa Black 50: D.
Heidenreich 20 d R. Mattschoss 16; D. Schiller
21 d T. Billing 14; R. Schneider 16 | G. Langley
Angaston Blue 55 drew Lyndoch Blue 55: K.
Brook 29 d T. Drummond 12; C. Tabe 12 | T.
Gibbons 23; B. Teakle 14 | B. Howell 20.
Eudunda White 70 d Kapunda Red 54: J.
Willoughby 14 | C. Sunman 26; B. Warner 31
d G. Redden 14; P. Dickenson 25 d J. Trotta 14.
Nuriootpa Green 55 | Freeling 60: I. Klaebe
15 | I. McFarlane 25; R. Garrett 20 drew J.
Grantham 20; A. Wilkinson 20 d T. Mullins 15.
Nuriootpa Blue 60 | Tanunda White 75: D.
Wilson 11 | P. Baverstock 34; B. Chapman 16
| J. Garrett 23; B. Randall 33 d T. Edwards 18.
Lyndoch Gold 53 | Angaston White 67: H.
Sykes 17 drew F. Thomas 17; K. Boyle 15 | M.
Schutz 22; D. Hausler 21 | J. Standish 28.
Kapunda Black 56 | Eudunda Red 58: R. Gill
16 | G. Mitev 18; B. Phillips 22 d C. Jones 14;
P. Voumard 18 | R. Ellis 26.
Tanunda White 35 d Lyndoch Blue 31: M.
Hurst 13 | J. Campbell 19; J. Stephens 22 d
L. Fuller 12.
Lyndoch Gold 33 | Kapunda Red 45: M.
Sharratt 18 | C. Doecke 24; V. Reeves 15 | H.
Nuriootpa Black 33 d Kapunda Black 25: H.
Roberts 20 d S. Franks 13; M. Nolan 13 d R.
Tanunda Black 37 d Freeling 32: M. Meertens
21 d L. Mullins 15; K. Wallace 16 | K. Swanson
Angaston Blue 44 d Eudunda White 31: J.
Argent 16 | J. Milde 22; M. Elsworthy 28 d B.
Angaston White 35 d Eudunda Red 34: L.
Teakle 17 | M. Nietschke 21; E. Argent 18 d P.
GAWLER Bowling Club’s pre-
mier one side put up a fighting
effort, despite losing to Grange
by 33 shots in Saturday’s
Playing on Grange’s home deck,
Gawler won two of its four rinks
for the afternoon, despite the re-
sult appearing one-sided.
Shane Bevin’s rink, consisting of
team-mates Brian Lacey, Ian Din-
ham and Darren Hunter, played
exceptionally well to snare a tight
three-shot victory, while Daryl
Kubisch’s rink also triumphed in a
close nine-shot encounter.
The metro one north team
bounced back well from last week’s
loss to Two Wells, defeating Clear-
view by 16 shots.
David Heathfield’s rink record-
ed the biggest win of the after-
noon, with team-mates Marlene
Heffernan, Ian Cameron and
Teresa Dean working well to se-
cure the 12-shot victory.
The metro two north team car-
ried on its winning way, downing
Trinity Gardens by 21 shots.
Each rink was tightly contested,
with David Turner’s charges fight-
ing hard to get a 17-shot win that
proved crucial in the overall re-
Gawler thrived in Thursday’s
competition to win two of its
The major league north and
metro east one side’s dished out
some punishment to Prospect/
Broadview, winning by 38 and 26
shots, respectively, while the metro
one north side suffered an 11-shot
defeat to Two Wells.
It was a similar story on Wednes-
day with Gawler winning two of
three matches, highlighted by a 136-
78 thumping of Woodville in the
major league north competition.
In other club news, the men’s
monthly triples played last
Monday was quite successful, with
David Moncrieff and his team
winning each game to take first
PREMIER LEAGUE DIVISION ONE: Gawler |
Grange 84-117: P. Marsden, P. Betton, J. Hill, R .
McConnell 18-49; A. Skuse, I. Greenshields, D.
Mackereth, P. McConnell 13-27; B. Lacey, I. Dinham,
D. Hunter, S. Bevin 24-21; K. Skuse, K. Reynolds, P.
Reimann, D. Kubisch 29-20.
METRO ONE NORTH: Gawler d Clearview 87-
71: M. Heffernan, I. Cameron, T. Dean, D. Heathfield
27-15; J. Boucher, J. Alvaro, T. Hatcher, R. Kirby 15-20;
B. Hnatyszyn, G. Brooks, M. Ransom, J. Mills 21-17; J.
Hammill, T. Wilson, T. Scholes, J. Scholes 24-19.
METRO TWO NORTH: Gawler d Trinity Gardens
86-65: B. Smith, G. Hiney, J. Ross, L. Cram 15-19; R.
Green, R. Warland, E. Hutchinson, P. Jones 19-25; M.
Koziol, B . Horgan, K . Branson, G. Nussey 22-18; M.
Ayris, W. Wagner, D. Warland, D. Turner 30-13.
METRO FOUR NORTH: Gawler received a forfeit.
MAJOR LEAGUE NORTH: Gawler d Prospect/
Broadview 84-46: S. Branson, M. Lacey, T. Scholes,
K. Moncrieff 21-11; J. Boucher, M. Jacob, K. Skuse, T.
Dean 42-13; J. Clinch, E. Heyworth, D. Warland, M.
METRO EAST ONE: Gawler d Prospect/Broadview
76-50: J. Jones, F. Smith, J. Ross, J. Goodrich 30-14; A.
Mason, J. Sims, V. Clark, L. Cram 20-23; J. Brimage, R.
Tainsh, D. Hamp, J. Allwood 26-13.
METRO ONE NORTH: Gawler | Two Wells 45-56:
M. Selleck, J. Hamilton, R. Koziol, M. Bateman 6-24; S.
Raggio, P. Rogers, G. Cliff, L. Krzyzanski 22-10; H. Alvaro,
J. Barlow, N. Mitchell, K. Buckley 17-22.
MAJOR LEAGUE NORTH: Gawler d Woodville
136-78: M. Ransom, A. Skuse, P. McConnell 27-14;
B. Lacey, P. Betton, D. Mackereth 28-19; I. Dinham, J.
Bubner 21-21; B. Hnatyszyn, I. Cameron, J. Scholes, R.
Kirby 32-10; G. Brooks, P. Marsden, D. Heatherfield, J.
METRO ONE NORTH: Gawler | Salisbury 65-78:
M. Ayris, R. Fritz, G. Nussey, J. Mills 19-14; M. Koziol,
G. Hiney, W. Horgan, W. James 23-16; I. Goodrich, W.
Wagner, R. Rogers, P. Jones 7-33; B. Smith, R. Warland,
K. Branson, D. Turner 16-15.
METRO THREE NORTH: Gawler d Prospect/
Broadview 73-44: B. Boyd, M. Selleck, B. Wilton, J.
Hamilton 13-22 l J. Ross, A. Mason, B. Barker, E. Palmer
33-6; L. Cram, R. Koziol, J. Barlow, P. Rogers 27-16.
Page 2 “THE BUNYIP” GAWLER, SPORT, Wednesday, November 5, 2014
Gawler’s fighting ef fort
Nuri says “catch me, if you can”
TRINITY Old Scholars chalked
up its second win of the Adelaide
Turf Cricket Association A3
season after wrapping up pro-
ceedings quickly against Golden
Grove on Saturday.
The Grove found itself resuming
at the difficult total of 6/64 with
still 102 runs needed for victory, and
things only went from bad to worse
when paceman Anton Hill claimed
his fifth wicket just a few overs into
Golden Grove’s tail was left to
do what its top order could not,
and showed some fight with Wayne
Meakin and Liam Salter defying the
Trinity attack to keep the score mov-
Meakin soon became Hill’s sixth
scalp, falling for 24 runs with his
side still well short of the total.
Bradley Schaper, relishing every
moment of his A-grade debut, later
chimed in with his second wicket
to remove new batsman Damien
Stamato (11) to have the TOSers
within sight of a first innings win.
Some defiant batting from Salter
and Bradley Cousins prolonged the
inevitable, but The Grove’s innings
soon came to an end on 118 when
spinner Brad Cameron took a diving
catch off his own bowling to dismiss
the latter for 13.
Hill’s bowling was key to the re-
sult, and he finished with 6/24.
With 52 overs still left to play,
Trinity’s batsmen entered the second
innings looking to spend as much
time in the middle as possible.
Eythan Barraclough batted well
at the top of the order, making 48,
while skipper Tim Viner-Smith
played a great knock to finish 52 not
out at stumps.
Trinity finished the day 7/166,
and now looks to this week’s match
against Concordia Old Collegians.
– Mitch Dearing
Continued from page 1 sport
Pearce soon found himself staring down
the fifth hole again, unaware that lightning
was about to strike twice.
As soon as the ball careened off the blade
of his wedge, his partner, Baines, knew ex-
actly where it was headed.
“(Graeme) said ‘you’re gonna do it again’
and I said ‘don’t be bloody stupid’,” Pearce
“They tracked the same line, did the
exact same thing and just dropped in the
Remarkably, despite only taking up golf
two years ago for regular exercise, Pearce
has now snared six holes in one at the
course – three have occurred on the fifth
He attributes much of the improvement
in his game to Baines.
“When I met him I was a hacker, I was
lucky if I was going round in 40 (strokes),
and he’s turned me into a pretty handy
golfer,” Pearce said.
“He just told me what I was doing
wrong, and sorted out a few things.
“If you’ve got the right people giving
you a few clues it helps.”
It is only the second time in two decades
that a golfer has landed two holes in one in
the same period of play at the course.
Course owner Dianne Pierotti said be-
cause it is a par-three course, many people
have the perception that it is easy, which
simply isn’t correct.
“It’s actually really hard; when we used
to have 11 holes our shortest hole was only
38 metres but it was actually graded the
“I thought it was great (Barry’s achieve-
ment)...I’m really pleased for him.”
Gawler’s Marlene Heffernan is well balanced as she bowls during Satur-
day’s metro one north match against Clearview
Photo: Mary Ackers
Lyndoch’s Glyn Ayres lets rip with a delivery during Saturday’s clash with Eudunda.
Photo: Mary Ackers
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