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Lutheran hangs on for big win
LUTHERAN staved off a mighty chal-
lenge from Virginia to come away with
a narrow one-goal win in the Gawler &
Districts Netball Association summer
competition last Tuesday night.
Virginia was the stronger side in the early
stages and took a three-goal lead at the first
change, courtesy of accurate shooting from
Lutheran wrestled momentum back in its
favour in the second, with Monique Quaziz
working hard through centre court to help her
side overcome the deficit and go into half-time
with a one-goal advantage.
A low-scoring third term saw play tighten
up as both sides fought to gain a defensive
Lutheran's winter association medallist
Krystal Childs intercepted well to help her
side grab a three-goal lead at the final break.
Virginia was determined not to fold in
the last, with wingers Farley Cain and Jessie
Nicol trying to spark their team-mates, but as
the final whistle sounded Lutheran had done
enough to win 24-23.
Rosies roll on
LADDER leader Roseworthy continued
on its winning way with a dominant 27-
goal triumph over St George's.
The damage was done early, as
Roseworthy came out in the first quar-
ter full of run to quickly advance to an 11-
goal lead at the first change, with Laura
Harris converting well under the ring.
St George's settled in the second quarter,
through the run of centre Kelly Platten, but
Roseworthy increased its lead to 17 at the
Things continued to worsen for St George's
in the third, with tall Roseworthy defenders
Alyssa Sanders and Tegan Couzner restricting
its scoring ability to see it trail by an unbeat-
able 25 goals at the final break.
Despite Alyssa Wilson's good efforts in de-
fence for St George's, Roseworthy was too
strong in the last term, winning 38-9.
Trinity's strong pressure
TRINITY Gawler had a solid 23-goal
win over Gumnuts to keep in touch with
Roseworthy on the ladder.
After losing last week, Trinity was look-
ing to get back on the winners' board
and consolidate its spot in the top two.
Trinity came out firing in the first quarter,
opening up a seven-goal lead at the first break
with defenders Emma Girdham and Rachel
Barr limiting Gumnuts' scoring chances.
The contest was closer in the sec-
ond quarter, with Gumnuts' centre
Jasmine Gower helping to keep the defi-
cit at a manageable 10 goals by half-time.
However, Trinity's relentless pressure, typified
by Maddy Small's hard running through the
mid-court, saw it open an imposing 17-goal
lead at the final break.
Gumnuts kept fighting until the end, but it
wasn't enough with Trinity storming to a 32-9
AGrade PWDLF APTS%
Roseworthy 5 5 0 0 166 87 10 38.1609
Trinity Gawler 5 4 0 1 176 80 8 44.0000
Lutheran 5203 1321384
StGeorge's 5 0 0 5 60 173 0 6.9364
GAWLER & DISTRICTS: SCORES: A GRADE:
Roseworthy d St George's 38-9; Trinity Gawler d
Gumnuts 32-9; Lutheran d Virginia 24-23.
B GRADE: Xavier Saints d Lutheran 31-24; Gumnuts
Purple d Gumnuts Jade 24-20; Trinity Gawler d St
George's 27-20. LADDER: Gumnuts Purple 4 (24%),
Lutheran 3 (24), Gumnuts Jade 3 (22), Xavier Saints 3
(20), Trinity Gawler 2 (19), St George's 0 (11).
C GRADE: Gumnuts Jade d Lutheran 31-21; Gumnuts
Purple d Trinity Blue 23-7; Trinity Red d Xavier Saints
22-18. LADDER: Mallala 4 (92%), Gumnuts Jade 3
(32), Gumnuts Purple 2 (35), Xavier Saints 2 (23),
Trinity College Red 1 (20), Lutheran 1(16), Trinity
College Blue 0 (10).
E GRADE: St George's d Trinity Red 22-16; Xavier
Saints d Trinity Blue 26-10. LADDER: St George's 5
(47%), Trinity College Red 3 (24), Xavier Saints 2 (15),
Trinity College Blue 0 (9).
K GRADE: St George's White d Trinity Gawler 29-
7; Two Wells d Lutheran 23-3; St George's Black d
Xavier Saints 22-11. LADDER: Virginia 5 (39%), St
George's Black 4 (34), Two Wells 3 (37), Gumnuts
3 (34), St George's White 2 (28), Xavier Saints 1(8),
Trinity Gawler 0 (6), Lutheran 0 (6).
L GRADE: St George's Black d St George's White 29-8;
Trinity d Gumnuts Purple 37-2.
N GRADE: Trinity White d Gumnuts 18-1; Xavier
Saints d Trinity Blue 18-7; Trinity Red d St George's
15-3. LADDER: Xavier Saints 4 (271%), Trinity College
Blue 3 (134), St George's Black 3 (76), Gumnuts Jade 3
(27), Lutheran 1 (9), St George's White 0 (3), Gumnuts
Purple 0 (1).
O GRADE: St George's White d Xavier Saints 8-2; St
George's Maroon d St George's Black 9-1.
Men's Division -- Enigmas 8 d Wanderers 7; Spot
On 8 d Wooden Spoons 0 (forfeit); Barflyz 9 d Dart
Syndrome 6; 180 -- T. Bren; 6 Pegs -- C. Weatherly,
G. Orchison; HPO 110 -- M. Roesell; HPO 170 -- P.
Rowland. Mixed Division -- Ravens 6 d B & B's 5;
Rebels 9 d MATS 2; HPO 113 -- B. Pryde. Ladies'
Division -- Angels 6 d Saints 5; HPO 62 -- S. Carter;
HPO 99 -- S. Carter.
GAWLER: Rob Roy Trophy Stableford: A Grade -- J.
Palmer 41, P. Baker 38, J. Wozniak 38. B Grade -- N.
Hardy 40, M. Barlow 40, C. Decelis 38. C Grade -- J.
Ashdown 39, W. Philp 39, A. Rowe 38. Ladies -- C.
BAROSSA: Tuesday's results: C. Farley 39, P.
Homburg 34, B. Baird 34.
Thursday's results: T. Chiverton 43, P. Temme 42, P.
Twelftree 41, P. Cox 41, G. Barber 40, D. Johnson 39, J.
Gerhardy 39, T. Wall 38.
Saturday's results: A Grade -- P. Hockings 38, D.
McDonnell 38, P. Cox 36, M. O'Brien 36, N. Ward 36,
C. Berndt 35. B Grade -- T. Chiverton 40, G. Wills 38, J.
Harris 36, A. Small 35, J. Biggins 35, R. Harcourt 35, A.
Maynard 34. C Grade -- B. Gardner 39, G. McDonald
39, E. Planthaber 37, C. Linden 37, D. Oats 36, R.
Rohde 36. Ladies -- M. MacGillivray 40, F. Hockings
40, T. Robertson 38. o o o
GAWLER: Midweek results: D. Atyeo 39 points, P.
Niekel 38 points.
Thursday's results: R. Taverner 40 (winner on
countback), J. Weaver 40, J. Williams 40, D. Dare 40,
G. Long 39, I. George 39, B. Portlock 39, J. Pogas 39, L.
Rowley 38, P. Pogas 38.
Saturday's results: Overall -- J. Palmer 41. A grade -- J.
Palmer 41, P. Baker 38, J. Wozniak 38 (c/b). B grade
-- N. Hardy 40, M. Barlow 40, C. Decelis 38. C grade
-- J. Ashdown 39, W. Philp 39 c/b, A. Rowe 38.
Sunday's results: A. Goodchild 36.
TANUNDA PINES: Saturday par
Winner- N. Harris 5 up.
A grade- T. Jenkins 5 up, S. Escritt 3 up.
B grade- A. Coutie 5 up, P. Sellar 4 up.
C grade- N. Harris 5 up, D. Forrest 4 up.
Ladies- A. Andersen sq, J. Jeffries -1.
KAPUNDA: Results: Target Rifle (Max 100.20) - J.
Hoerisch 48.02, 46.03, 94.05, 2.75, DNR, 16.00. D.
Pumpa 47.02, 46.02, 93.04, 5.75, DNR, 18.00. A.
Helbig 43.02, 48.02, 91.04, 4.00, DNR, 13.01. J. Allen
44.01, 45.00, 89.01, 4.75, DNR, 15.00. D. Lindner
46.02, 42.02, 88.04, 7.50, DNR, 16.00. L. Mullins 41.01,
39.00, 80.01, 16.00, DNR, 13.00. J. Jones 32.00, 41.02,
73.02, 19.00, DNR, 13.01. F Standard (Max 120.20) - P.
Larsen 57.02, 57.02, 114.04, 4.50, DNR, 21.00. J. Taylor
53.00, 55.01, 108.01, 6.50, DNR, 18.00. A. Foden 52.02,
53.01, 105.03, 10.00, DNR, 22.00. A. Small 50.01,
51.00, 101.01, 6.50, DNR, 18.00. M. Lagana 48.00,
49.00, 97.00, 9.75, DNR, 20.01. S. Wuttke Ret. F Open
(Max 120.20) - A. Pohl 59.04, 56.00, 115.04, 1.25,
DNR, 22.01. J. Ziersch (Visitor), 52.01, 58.03, 110.04,
NA, NA, 18.00. J. Shobbrook (Visitor), 52.01, 57.02,
109.03, NA, NA, 20.00.
PLAYFORD INVITATIONAL NIGHT TENNIS: Results:
The Grove 4-148 d Trinity 1-108 (Larry Parikh/Chris
Toft lost to Brayden Hondow/Brodie Hondow 28-30;
Parikh d Brayden 30-17; Toft d Brodie 30-19; Toft d
Brayden 30-16; Parikh d Brodie 30-26).
Gulfview Heights 3-123 d Playford 2-130 (Steve
Clarke/Austin Pike d Ben Toor/Matt Fay 30-28; Clarke
d Toor 30-25; Pike lost to Fay 20-30; Clarke d Fay 30-
17; Pike lost to Toor 13-30).
Gawler Marvels 3-139 d Elizabeth 2-140 (Stephen
Drury/Shane Adams d Liz Pinnock/Luke Forgione 32-
30; Drury d Pinnock 31-29; Adams lost to Forgione
17-30; Drury d Forgione 30-20; Adams lost to
Premiership table: Gawler Marvels 56, The Grove
51, Gulfview Heights 28, Playford 27, Elizabeth 26,
BAROSSA: Preliminary finals
Division one- 2-8-174 d Rose 'N' Thorn 2-6-160 (M.
Harris l M. Rosiak 0-3, G. Ward d R. Fullgrabe 3-0, D.
Preuss l P. Howe 2-3, C. Zadow d R. Dadds 3-0).
Division two- Crtl-Alt-Del 2-10-233 d Floppy Discs
2-7-215 (G. Nitschke d I. Mason 3-0, S. Cook l M.
Witcomb 2-3, K. Jermey d A. Bryce 3-1, S. Barr l D.
BAROSSA VALLEY LITTLE ATHLETICS CENTRE:
Under 6 Girls results: Aasha Gerhardy 100m 33.4,
300m 2:02.4 (PB), 60m Hurdles 18.8, Discus 4.55 (PB);
Harper Kendle 100m 27.4, 300m 1:33.5, 60m Hurdles
16.7 (PB), Discus 3.03; Lacey Linke 100m 25.2 (PB),
300m 1:33.0 (PB), 60m Hurdles 16.2 (PB), Discus 3.78;
Mackenzie Lindner 100m 23.5, 300m 1:26.2 (PB), 60m
Hurdles 13.8 (PB), Discus 5.12 (PB); Mikayla Wagner
100m 30.1, 300m 1:51.3, 60m Hurdles 16.7, Discus
6.00 (PB); Shayla Hughes 100m 23.4, 300m 1:32.2
(PB), 60m Hurdles 14.5 (PB), Discus 3.63; Summer
Owen 100m 22.4, 300m 1:31.2 (PB), 60m Hurdles
13.5, Discus 4.09.
Under 6 Boys: Blake Forshaw 100m 27.5, 300m 1:54.3,
60m Hurdles 16.1 (PB), Discus 4.23; Daniel Robinson
100m 22.7 (PB), 300m 1:20.5 (PB), 60m Hurdles 13.8
(PB), Discus 6.19 (PB); Joshua Butler 100m 25.9, 300m
1:33.5, 60m Hurdles 14.3 (PB), Discus 5.03; Joshua
Davis 100m 28.5, 300m 1:34.6 (PB), 60m Hurdles
17.2, Discus 4.03; Tyler Bradbrook 100m 23.4, 300m
1:24.4 (PB), 60m Hurdles 13.8 (PB), Discus 3.63.
Under 7 Girls: Ashlee Stephens 200m 55.5, 60m
Hurdles 19.1 (PB), High Jump 0.61 (PB), Shot Put
1.88 (PB); Georgia Leggett 200m 54.0 (PB), 60m
Hurdles 18.0 (PB), High Jump 0.66, Shot Put 2.40;
Lara Manning 200m 48.6 (PB), 60m Hurdles 16.7 (PB),
High Jump 0.72, Shot Put 2.92; Ruby Robins 200m
44.5 (PB), 60m Hurdles 14.9, High Jump 0.71, Shot
Put 2.90 (PB).
Barossa Little Athletics Club's tiny tots with
coordinators Nigel Van Der Zande (back left)
and Nerissa Button holding the Australia Wide
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Trinity Old Scholars
CRICKET: Along with all cricket clubs in Australia,
on Saturday, the Trinity Old Scholars Cricket Club
paid respects to Australian Test cricketer Phillip
Hughes, who passed away last week.
Well done to all players for honouring a cricketer
whose loss touched us all so much.
To on-field action and the weekend's results
were a bit grim for the TOSers, with only the B
grade coming home with a win.
The Bushrangers, playing a limited overs match
following the first week's rain day, hit 163 and
then dismissed Rostrevor Old Collegians for just
Cruising at 2/81, ROCs were opened up by wily
veteran Keith Hooker, who took three wickets in
an over to rock their socks.
Just 20 runs later, the match was over with the
'old man of the Bs' taking four scalps before sitting
down and letting his son do some fielding -- it's all
right for some.
Earlier in the day, Geoff Steele (39) and Grady
Hudd (33) ensured the boys had a reasonable
The A grade lost their first match of the
season, with 84 runs from Penfield's last three
partnerships proving costly, also in a limited overs
Brad Schaper continued his great start to A
grade cricket to finish with 4/32, while Brodie
Fraser grabbed two wickets.
In reply, the TOSers never really gained any
momentum, with skipper Tim Viner-Smith's 44 the
At 5/160, Trinity was still well in the hunt, but
the loss of Mark Williams (18) and, playing his
former club, Anton Hill (22) made life difficult.
From there, there was no sting in the tail and no
To the C grade and congratulations must
go to the boys for creating a new club record
-- our lowest ever score -- being dismissed for 41,
chasing Modbury's 127.
Given our boys thumped Modbury similarly last
season, they would have been very happy with
From what we can find, the previous lowest
score was 53 by our B grade against Ingle Farm
District (LOD 5) in 2009/10.
This week the club hopes to get back on the
winning track, with the A grade hosting Flinders
Park, the B grade travelling to Adelaide University
and the C grade at home to International
Don't forget to be at the club on Thursday night
for selection, while also remember to get your
best band T-shirt on for the iPod shuffle night on
Saturday, our first fundraiser for the year.
Check out Facebook for details, or speak to a
GOLF: The Gawler Golf Club has heralded its
involvement in Golf Australia's national 'Play Golf
Week' festival recently as a great success.
On Sunday, November 23, over 100 eager
participants took part in a family fun day.
Organised by the club's PGA professional
Brayden Wauchope, with support from volunteers
and club staff, the event provided a unique
opportunity to expose community members to
the sport, club facilities and services.
"Play Golf Week is an important initiative
that assists clubs in promoting golf to a wider
audience," Wauchope said.
"Golf, really, is now a sport and opportunity for
the whole family.
"We offer a range of programs, from beginners,
ladies, juniors, along with one-on-one coaching."
Along with various golfing activities, the day
also included a sausage-sizzle, face -painting, a
balloon artist and buggy rides.
Wauchope emphasised the importance of
changing the idea that golf is strictly for the
elderly, so as to recruit a younger demographic
to the sport.
"It's important that we change the perception
of golf as an 'old man's' sport and attract young
couples and families, including mum, to enjoy the
game and the club atmosphere," he said.
The club season runs until March 31, offering a
wide range of membership options, including six
and 18-month options.
GOLF: Last month saw the very popular Dark Side
Classic, formerly the Mick and Mick pairs ambrose
competition, held at Royal Kapunda.
The sponsors, as always, provided a fantastic
array of prizes where nearly half of the 62-player
field took something home.
The weather threatened to ruin the occasion,
with a bit of thunder and lightning around the
place, but conditions remained perfectly warm.
There were a couple of star billing pairs in the
mix and it was a magnificent 10-under 63 from
Shaun Noack and Dick Nairn that eventually won
The pair didn't have it all their own way, with
the result coming down to a countback against
the left- and right-handed pairing of Bert Pearce
and Joe Ryan who shot a 67 to also finish with a
nett score of 61.25.
The marital combination of the 'Kiwis', Wayne
and 'Dib', again combined well to end with a par
round and just a quarter of a shot behind.
Big-hitting pair Jarad Hughes and Daniel Archy
shot a great eight under to finish in third place.
The winners of the all-female team were Tine
Perry and Jan Owen with a 72.75.
Overall, there was some magnificent golf
played on the day and it turned out to be another
It was fantastic to see a good number of visitors
out on the course enjoying excellent golfing
RIFLE: Thirteen members and two visitors braved
the heat on Saturday to contest the BGI Trophy at
No-one reached the limit, but there were some
good scores across the day.
D. Pumpa won the trophy, with P. Larsen coming
in a close second.
J. Hoerisch was top off-rifle in TR (94.05), as was
P. Larsen in F Std (114.04) and A. Pohl in F Open
Next week is the W. Kohler Memorial Ring Target
Trophy at 200 yards.
A reminder that the Christmas shoot will start
at 10am on December 13, with a BYO barbecue
CLUB NOTES CONTINUED PAGE 31
Gawler Golf Club PGA professional Brayden
Wauchope's son, Sylas, enjoys the fun day at
the course last fortnight. PHOTO: Supplied
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