Home' The Bunyip : December 10th 2014 Contents GAWLER Bowling Club’s Premier League
team notched its first win of the season on
Saturday, beating Hawthorn by 28 shots
and ending an eight-game losing streak.
After coming close to victory in last week’s
match against Modbury, Gawler continued its
good form to finally emerge on top.
Shane Bevin’s rink was pivotal in deciding
the outcome, scoring a dominant 24-shot vic-
tory over its opponents, while skippers Daryl
Kubisch and John Hill also led their rinks to
The Premier League’s win was Gawler’s only
triumph, with the metro one, two and four
north sides all suffering defeats.
The rinks of Alf Lipsys and John Scholes
were the only ones to score wins for the metro
twos against Hope Valley, while Bill Horgan’s
rink was the sole victor in metro two north’s
loss to Salisbury.
The metro fours battled hard, but in the end
succumbed to Elizabeth by 20 shots.
It was a different story for Gawler during
its mid-week pennants competitions, winning
four of its five clashes.
The major league side triumphed by a nar-
row 14 shots over Semaphore, as did the metro
east ones by an even closer five shots.
The metro one north side was not so lucky,
going down by 22 shots.
Gawler scored two wins on Wednesday,
with the major league and metro one north
sides coming away with the points.
Gordon Nussey’s rink’s 14-shot win was one
of the highlights of the day.
Gawler 109 d Hawthorn 81: P. Marsden, P. Betton, P.
McConnell, R . McConnell 17-28; B. Lacey, G. Hooper, D.
Mackereth, J. Hill 29-24; A. Skuse, I. Dinham, D. Hunter, S.
Bevin 33-9; K. Skuse, K. Reynolds, P. Reimann, D. Kubisch
METRO ONE NORTH
Gawler 68 | Hope Valley 85: J. Hammill, M. Heffernan, J.
Mills, R. Kirby 21-28; J. Alvaro, G. Brooks, D. Turner, A. Lipsys
21-15; M. Ransom, I. Cameron, D. Heathfield, T. Dean 6-28;
T. Scholes, I. Greenshields, T. Hatcher, J. Scholes 20-14.
METRO TWO NORTH
Gawler 67 | Salisbury 91: J. Ross, R. Green, R. Warland, K.
Branson 11-28; B. Smith, P. Rogers, P. Jones, L. Cram 12-27;
I. Goodrich, G. Hiney, G. Nussey, B. James 18-18; M. Ayris, J.
Boucher, D. Warland, B. Horgan 26-18.
METRO FOUR NORTH
Gawler 45 | Elizabeth 65: E. Palmer, R. Tainsh, E.
Hutchinson, P. Trzeciak 15-20; A. Mason, W. Wagner, B.
Wilton, M. Wilkins 20-18; T. Betton, M. Koziol, J. Barlow, J.
Gawler 61 d Semaphore 47: S. Branson, E. Heyworth, T.
Scholes, K. Moncrieff 20-18; J. Boucher, M. Jacob, K. Skuse,
J. Goodrich 15-17; J. Clinch, M. Heffernan, M. Lacey, D.
METRO EAST ONE
Gawler 57 d Semaphore 52: J. Jones, M. Johns, M. May, J.
Ross 10-20; J. Brimage, R. Tainsh, D. Hamp, J. Allwood 19-
18; A. Mason, R. Koziol, V. Clark, L. Cram 28-14.
METRO ONE NORTH
Gawler 46 | Salisbury White 68: H. Alvaro, J. Hamilton, N.
Mitchell, M. Bateman 4-36; M. Selleck, J. Barlow, G. Cliff,
L. Krzyzanski 27-10; J. Sims, M. Evorall, F. Smith, K. Buckley
MAJOR LEAGUE NORTH
Gawler 98 d Clearview 97: A. Skuse, P. McConnell, J. Bubner
17-32; B. Lacey, P. Betton, D. Mackereth 17-28; I. Dinham,
S. Bevin 22-8; M. Ransom, A. Lispsys, J. Scholes, R. Kirby 20-
16; P. Marsden, D. Hunter, I. Cameron, J. Hill 22-13.
METRO ONE NORTH
Gawler 102 d Clearview 69: M. Ayris, G. Hiney, B. Wilton, J.
Mills 15-24; M. Koziol, N. Robinson, B. Hnatyszyn, G. Nussey
27-13; I. Goodrich, W. Wagner, P. Jones, B. James 24-19; B.
Smith, P. Rogers, K. Branson, D. Turner 36-13.
Page 2 “THE BUNYIP” GAWLER, SPORT, Wednesday, December 10, 2014
on with it
TRINITY Old Scholars suffered a shat-
tering last-ball defeat to Flinders Park
in a scintillating one-day tussle in the
Adelaide Turf Cricket Association’s A3
competition on Saturday.
Playing on their home deck, the TOSers
were determined to atone for last week’s
loss to Penfield and started positively with
openers Eythan Barraclough and Ben Hall
getting the side off to a flying start.
The pair guided the total to 47 before
Hall became the first casualty, falling leg
before wicket for 19.
Barraclough (43) continued the top-
order assault before he and partner Adrian
Zorich were both dismissed caught.
At 3/84, Trinity had built a solid platform
for its middle order to launch from, and it
soon set about upping the run rate.
Michael Moloney (33), Mark Williams
(17) and skipper Tim Viner-Smith (43) all
made handy contributions to take the score
However, just as Viner-Smith looked
ready to go after the Flinders Park attack he
was trapped LBW, with the score 7/181.
In a quest for quick runs, the TOSers’
tail-end added just 23 to the total to be all
out for 204 with seven balls left in the in-
nings – something which later proved to be
crucial in the match’s outcome.
Flinders Park’s top order was given a shake
up by losing two wickets in succession to be
2/27 in the early stages.
Trinity spearhead Anton Hill was fired
up and getting good support from pacemen
Brodie Fraser and Bradley Schaper, and
when a third wicket fell for 47 runs, mo-
mentum looked to be with the home side.
However, determined knocks from open-
er Matthew Warne (62) and skipper Luke
Crichton (41) swung things back in the
After a back and forth wrestle, Flinders
Park found itself needing just two runs
from the final delivery for victory.
Trinity spinner Stef Lainas, who had been
the danger man, taking 4/48, was entrusted
with the last over, but was unable to con-
tain the opposition batsmen who hit out
over the infield on the last delivery to get
Hill and Schaper both took two wickets,
while Fraser finished with one.
– Matthew Burne
LYNDOCH has dealt
Nuriootpa its first loss of the
Barossa & Light Bowling
Association season, down-
ing the ladder leaders by 14
shots on Saturday.
Nuri was the hot favourite
heading into the contest against
its fifth-placed opponent, but
Lyndoch came out firing.
Lyndoch’s David Hausler set
the tone with a big 19-shot win
over Geoff Langley, and was
well supported by team-mate
Trevor Gibbons, who also won
Eudunda jumped into sec-
ond position on the ladder fol-
lowing its nail-biting five-shot
victory over the highly touted
A close contest was expected
between the two in-form sides
and the outcome did not dis-
Eudunda won three of the
four rinks for the day, with
Chris Jones’ seven-shot win
over John Standish proving de-
Angaston’s Mark Schutz
scored the only win for his
side, downing Greg Prior by
In the remaining division
one match, Tanunda handed
Freeling a 60-shot belting to
remain in the top four.
Tanunda was simply irresist-
ible as it cruised to win three
of the four rinks on its home
Peter Baverstock led from
the front, registering a power-
ful 28-shot win over Freeling’s
Lyle Ryan, while team-mate
Tony Edwards’ 19-shot victory
was just as impressive.
In division two, Kapunda
jumped into the top four fol-
lowing its 28-shot win over
Angaston Blue, while Tanunda
has slipped to fifth after los-
ing to Nuriootpa Gold by 12
Angaston 82 | Eudunda 87: M. Short 19 |
A. Pfitzner 22; M. Schutz 27 d G. Prior 21;
J. Standish 16 | C. Jones 23; B. Bowden
20 | R. Ellis 21.
Nuriootpa 76 | Lyndoch 90: G. Langley
13 | D. Hausler 32; S. Allen 23 drew C.
Rule 23; A. Forbes 22 d H. Sykes 13; R.
Turnbull 18 | T. Gibbons 22.
Tanunda 139 d Freeling 79: P. Baverstock
Grantham 21; B. Pech 37 d S. Marslen 13;
T. Liersch 21 | S. Sloan 32.
Angaston Blue 48 | Kapunda 76: K.
Renshaw 9 | J. Trotta 32; E. Argent 18 | B.
Booth 24; L. Teakle 21 d E. Allanson 20.
Nuriootpa Black 65 | Nuriootpa Green
75: A. Fyfe 29 d N. Collyer 21; H. Roberts
17 | P. Gould 27; D. Quodling 19 | K.
Tanunda 63 | Nuriootpa Gold 75: D.
Armstrong 22 | M. Sims 28; D. Grear 16 |
N. Nolan 19; P. Knight 25 | M. Nolan 28.
Lyndoch 89 d Eudunda 52: B. Allan 38 d
R. Hams 20; R. Plant 19 d I. Hines 17; J.
Sharratt 32 d R. Milde 15.
Freeling 54 v Angaston White 68: T. Curtis
22 d I. Elsworthy 15; T. Wellington 13 | J.
Argent 27; L. Goedecke 19 | K. Brook 26.
Eudunda 42 | Lyndoch 95: R. Fiegert 12
| J. Allwood 30; G. Schutz 15 | A. Turvey
31; D. Pope 15 | D. Turvey 34.
Nuriootpa Black 75 | Angaston 85:
C. Reuter 23 | D. Copperwheat 31;
R. Langridge 18 | Z. Horvath 32; K.
McDonald 34 d I. Philp 22.
Kapunda Red 66 | Nuriootpa Gold 77:
S. Franks 18 | R. Leske 33; C. Hansen 24
drew P. Hughes 24; L. Reinders 24 d S.
Kapunda Black 78 d Tanunda 67: P.
Dobbin 23 d B. Hoklas 21; A. Thiele 17
| D. Meertens 28; J. Dermody 38 d M.
Lyndoch Blue 61 d Nuriootpa Gold 58: R.
Plant 11 | B. Randall 20; T. Drummond
18 | W. Williams 20; T. Gibbons 32 d G.
Kapunda Red 34 | Tanunda Black 89:
W. Beavan 7 | D. Heidenreich 25; C.
Sunman 9 | D. Schiller 38; J. Trotta 18 | R.
Eudunda White 58 | Angaston Blue 69:
M. Schutz 21 drew B. Teakle 21; G. Prior
18 | J. Jensen 25; P. Dickenson 19 | C.
Freeling 66 d Nuriootpa Blue 64: G.
Maynard 15 | D. Wilson 29; T. Mullins
17 | R. Chapman 20; J. Grantham 34 d D.
Nuriootpa Green 61 drew Lyndoch
Gold 61: R. Garrett 27 d K. Boyle 18; A.
Wilkinson 20 | D. Hausler 22; P. Gould 14
| G. Ayres 21.
Tanunda White 69 d Kapunda Black 55:
J. Garrett 26 d B. Phillips 9; P. Baverstock
20 | C. Hamper 26; T. Edwards 23 d B.
Angaston White 76 d Eudunda Red 48: H.
Schmied 24 d A. Jones 18; M. Short 27 d
C. Jones 18; S. Heinze 25 d G. Mitev 12.
Freeling 44 d Tanunda White 24: K.
Swanson 32 d J. Stephens 6; K. Bitter 12
| M. Hurst 18.
Kapunda Black 47 d Eudunda Red 23: S.
Franks 16 d M. Nietschke 12; R. Scoot 31
d P. Dutschke 11.
Kapunda Red 40 d Angaston White 30: L.
Carter 17 d E. Argent 15; H. Sexton 23 d
L. Teakle 15.
Lyndoch Blue 35 | Angaston Blue 45: D.
Turvey 20 drew M. Elsworthy 20; L. Fuller
15 | J. Argent 25.
Lyndoch Gold 24 | Tanunda Black 42: M.
Sharratt 12 | J. Thompson 24; V. Reeves
12 | M. Meertens 18.
Nuriootpa Black 42 d Nuriootpa Gold 32:
H. Roberts 19 drew D. Baker 19; M. Nolan
Nuri loses one
He has also represented Australia at the
under-19 World Cup and the Adelaide
Strikers in the T20 Big Bash League.
Nottle made his A-grade debut for Tea
Tree Gully last December, and has so far
played all four top grade games this sea-
son, and is also a member of the state un-
Chapman has been in and out of Tea
Tree Gully’s B-grade side, while Judd-
Smith has been playing C grade.
All three played a number of seasons of
junior cricket at the Lions.
“They’re all locals, which is good; it’s
good to get them back at the club,” Barker
“If, later in life, they stop playing there
it’d be good to get them on board full
Continued from page 1
Gawler’s metro one north
skipper Ross Kirby relays a plan
of attack to his team-mates
during the match against Hope
PHOTOS: Mary Ackers
Lyndoch’s Darren Green measures
his shot during Saturday’s B&LBA
match against Nuriootpa.
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