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4.3 9.5 13.5 16.6 (102)
1.2 4.5 5.7 8.12 (60)
Angaston - Goals: J. Lawton 9, J. Miles 2, D. Rathjen 2, J.
O'Brien, M. Kurtz, A. Bajszi. Best: J. Lawton, M. Doecke, J.
Miles, J. O'Brien, B. Woodards, W. Falland.
Kapunda - Goals: L. O'Donohue 2, W. Farley 2, M. May, D.
Ryan, L. Norman, A. Turrell. Best: M. Holding, B. Williams, A.
Turrell, M. Cussadia, B. Valentine, C. Prior.
3.2 7.3 13.6 17.10 (112)
7.0 8.0 10.0 10.4 (64)
Tanunda - Goals: S. Agars 5, B. Britton 3, B. Newberry 2, K.
Falkenberg 2, D. Bergen, L. Agars, A. Fechner, T. Schiller, J. Wil-
son-King. Best: P. Neldner, J. Wilson-King, J. Baylis, L. Agars, N.
Schmidt, M. Grocke.
Freeling - Goals: S. Carmichael 4, J. Vaneveld 3, J. Meaney, B.
Jarman, J. Ashenden. Best: A. Langford, J. Ashenden, S. Wil-
liams, T. Muster, J. Wright.
10.4 10.7 14.11 17.15 (117)
3.0 5.1 6.1 7.2 (44)
Willaston - Goals: B. Tosold 3, M. McCallum 2, T. Irlam 2,
J. Williams 2, S. Walton 2, R. Whiston, S. White, J. Day, J.
Mcdonald, S. Baker, A. Fry. Best: S. Walton, T. Irlam, B. Tosold,
R. Whiston, L. Turner, R. McCard.
Nuriootpa - Goals: R. Foulis 3, T. Dimasi 2, A. Modistach, J.
Tregenza. Best: A. Hall, D. Cragg-Sapsford, T. Dimasi, L. Franz,
C. Gogoll, J. Scholz.
South Gawler 4.5 6.6 11.7 13.13 (91)
Barossa District 1.0 6.2 7.3 12.5 (77)
South Gawler - Goals: H. Lawry 4, M. Foldesdy 3, C. Connolly
3, F. Moore, M. Naumann, J. Spicer. Best: A. Bevis, H. Lawry, A.
Hewett, S. Woodland, D. Goulding, M. Foldesdy.
Barossa District - Goals: W. Roberts 3, B. Traynor 2, A. McAl-
pine 2, B. O'Driscoll 2, N. Emes, M. Stelzer, J. Charles. Best:
M. Baraglia, M. Stelzer, A. Spencer, N. Emes, B. Bussell, B.
GawlerCent 7 6 0 1 1 1006 518 66.01 13
Willaston 7 6 1 0 1 1002 562 64.07 12
Angaston 7250155270743.84 4
Freeling 7160150674340.51 2
Gawler Central 0
South Gawler 4
2.2 4.5 6.6 8.7 (55)
3.1 5.3 10.3 11.4 (70)
Freeling - Goals: D. Shaw 3, T. Carmichael 3, P. Leske, B. Hasel-
dine. Best: J. Ashenden, A. Graham, B. Jericho, B. Haseldine,
B. Darwin, A. Selleck.
Tanunda - Goals: B. Lockett 2, D. Abinett 2, J. Thompson 2,
J. Marshall 2, B. Dalby, T. Fenton, R. Jarvis. Best: R. Owen, R.
Jarvis, B. Lockett, J. Marshall, S. Dunn, D. Wallace.
2.2 6.4 7.5 9.5 (59)
1.2 2.2 4.3 6.4 (40)
Angaston - Goals: A. Kurtz 2, M. Williams 2, L. Lade 2, T. Clark,
L. Baker, B. Burgess. Best: S. Haydon, L. Baker, J. Fechner, T.
Phillips, B. Egert, M. Williams.
Kapunda - Goals: D. Pearson 2, A. May, S. Ryan, M. Prior, T.
Matthews-Brown. Best: M. Prior, P. Tralaggan, A. Adams, S.
Ryan, L. Watters, T. Kerr.
2.3 7.3 7.5 11.13 (79)
1.2 2.4 5.7 5.7 (37)
Willaston - Goals: D. Wilson 3, B. Rendell 2, M. Hollis 2, M.
Bornholdt, D. Quirk, J. Carter, J. Quirk. Best: M. Hollis, D. Wil-
son, J. Quirk, R. Boswell, J. Stephens, J. Boswell.
Nuriootpa - Goals: J. Roesler 2, T. Watson 2, A. Bryce. Best:
S. Hammerling, B. West, J. Jaensch, N. Doecke, T. Watson, J.
South Gawler 5.3 7.4 9.6 14.9 (93)
Barossa District 0.1 4.7 5.9 6.10 (46)
South Gawler - Goals: J. Costa 4, B. Barker 3, T. Ahl 2, J. Dare 2,
J. McVicar, D. Schwerdt, S. Evans.
Best: J. Costa, D. Schwerdt, J. Naumann, B. Barker, S. Evans, J.
Barossa District - Goals: D. Emes 3, T. Gant, R. Hales, A. Gold-
smith. Best: R. Hales, D. Emes, G. Koch, J. Rider, G. Justice, D.
GawlerCent 7 6 1 0 1 713 223 76.18 12
Freeling 7250132143742.35 4
M. Bornholdt (Willaston) 18, A. Fox (Gawler Central) 14, C.
Maher (Gawler Central) 13, S. Brading (Gawler Central) 12, R.
Whiston (Willaston) 12 .
1.0 3.2 3.3 7.6 (48)
2.6 2.9 5.11 5.13 (43)
Angaston - Goals: J. Antonie 3, L. Cunningham 2, J. Desira,
R. Kuhn. Best: J. Ireland-Nielsen, R. Kuhn, J. Antonie, R.
Humphries-Carnelly, J. Hopkins, J. Fechner.
Kapunda - Goals: J. Freeman 2, D. Collins 2, H. Smith. Best: T.
Hunt, P. Parks, H. Smith, N. Tilley, J. Freeman.
5.0 6.4 13.8 17.10 (112)
0.1 2.5 2.5 3.6 (24)
Tanunda - Goals: R. Liddell 4, J. Rohrlach 3, B. Biagi 3, J. Brimer
2, W. Loffler 2, P. Gursansky, D. Hunt, E. Laucke. Best: J. DeRu-
iter, L. Ide, B. Biagi, J. Hage, D. Hunt, J. Rohrlach.
Freeling - Goals: A. Byster 2, S. Coulthard. Best: C. Coleman, J.
Rowsell, A. Pelonio, P. Byrne, S. Coulthard.
4.4 10.7 11.10 15.14 (104)
1.0 1.0 2.0 2.1 (13)
Willaston - Goals: T. Stansborough 5, B. Coombs 3, B. Pasin 2,
L. Sutton, M. Spirritt, J. Walsh, B. Williams, B. Parsloe. Best: C.
Marks, M. Spirritt, B. Phillips, B. Coombs, B. Cox, L. Elliott.
Nuriootpa - Goals: N. Mathews, H. Stolz. Best: D. Schulz, H.
Jaunay, S. Dearlove, L. Altus, S. Schmaal, K. Grieger.
Barossa District 5.5 6.9 8.10 9.11 (65)
South Gawler 0.0 4.4 4.6 7.9 (51)
Barossa District - Goals: A. Arthur 3, R. Allington 2, B. Schiller,
B. Ratcliff, D. Kickel, D. Mitchell. Best: M. Slade, B. Schiller, A.
Arthur, T. Baron, R. Allington.
South Gawler - Goals: B. Washington 3, H. Eeles, B. Dankie-
wicz, D. Dankiewicz, J. Martin. Best: S. Blundell, S. Trenorden,
D. Dankiewicz, B. Washington, D. Judd-Smith, B. Cheer.
Angaston 7430144548148.06 8
Freeling 7070119875820.71 0
T. Stansborough (Willaston) 32, R. Allington (Barossa District) 22,
J. Martin (South Gawler) 22, B. Ratcliff (Barossa District) 21, B.
Coombs (Willaston) 19.
4.1 5.4 8.4 11.5 (71)
0.1 0.2 0.2 0.2 (2)
Angaston - Goals: R. Humphries-Carnelly 6, R. Montgomerie,
H. Schubert, T. Jackaman, G. Argent, M. Cowham. Best: D.
Fleming, R. Humphries-Carnelly, R. Argent, B. Cunningham, R.
Montgomerie, R. Bourne. Kapunda - Best: F. Smith, C. White,
K. Sharpe, H. Norde, C. Schupelius.
5.2 5.4 7.5 9.7 (61)
0.0 2.0 2.1 4.2 (26)
Tanunda - Goals: J. Pape 2, R. Hoklas 2, J. McLennan, B. Smith,
J. Madden, R. Falkenberg, J. Nokes. Best: R. Hoklas, J. Pape, J.
Madden, J. McLennan, R. Falkenberg, J. Clasohm.
Freeling - Goals: C. Reid, T. Taylor , D. Nixon , H. Amery. Best: L.
Redden, C. Reid, J. Lovell, S. Daff, T. Taylor, H. Wingfield.
3.2 6.2 9.2 10.4 (64)
0.1 0.2 0.2 0.3 (3)
Willaston - Goals: J. Galbory 3, E. East 3, L. McCluskey 2, J.
Oliver, B. Cormack. Best: H. Piddington, J. Oliver, J. Phillips, L.
McCredie, A. Webb, L. McCluskey.
Nuriootpa - Best: H. Crawford, J. Mader, W. Gleeson, H.
Liebelt, A. Materne, R. Noack.
Barossa District 4.5 7.11 8.14 12.19 (91)
South Gawler 0.0 1.0 1.1 2.1 (13)
Barossa District - Goals: S. Hunt 2, T. Liebelt 2, B. Dowse 2, B.
Combe 2, J. Dyer, L. Rider, R. Mylchreest, W. Cameron. Best: S.
Hunt, T. Wilkin, J. Mattiske, A. Casboult, W. Cameron, L. Rider.
South Gawler - Goals: J. Carpenter, C. Briggs. Best: H. Eeles, J.
Kroon, C. Barker, B. Judd-Smith, B. Ewen, T. Soroka.
GawlerCent 7 5 2 0 1 508 290 63.66 10
Angaston 7340135037148.54 6
Freeling 7160125348534.28 2
R. Humphries-Carnelly (Angaston) 27, E. East (Willaston) 25,
J. Kroon (South Gawler) 14, L. Johnson (Gawler Central) 14, B.
Mathews (Gawler Central) 12
BAROSSA, LIGHT & GAWLER FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION
WILLASTON drew level with top
side Gawler Central on the Barossa,
Light & Gawler Football Associa-
tion B grade ladder with a solid 42-
point win over Nuriootpa on the
With only 10 points separating the
sides at the final change, the Donny-
brooks put the foot down and blew the
Tigers away with four unanswered last-
Daniel Wilson was dangerous up for-
ward and finished with three majors for
Willaston, while Michael Hollis and
Brandon Rendell chipped in with two
For Nuri, Shaun Hammerling was
brilliant throughout and Jordan Roesler
impacted the scoreboard with a pair of
South Gawler made light work of
Barossa District, winning by 47 points
after booting the first five goals of the
Jonothan Costa led from the front and
was clearly the Lions' best, booting four
goals, and Brodie Barker (three goals)
and Dylan Schwerdt were also good.
Daniel Emes slotted three on a tough
day for the Bulldogs' forwards and Ryan
Hales battled hard all game.
Tanunda defeated Freeling by 15
points, pulling away in the third term
after a tight first half.
Ryan Owen turned in a ripping per-
formance for the Magpies and received
plenty of support from the likes of Ryan
Jarvis and Blake Lockett.
Jarrad Ashenden was the Redlegs' best
and Tom Carmichael slotted three ma-
jors in his 100th game.
Angaston continued its consistent sea-
son in its clash with Kapunda, winning a
hard-fought match by 19 points.
The Panthers shared the load up for-
ward, with Lachlan Lade, Aaron Kurtz
and Matt Williams all bobbing up with
Mark Prior was a shining light for the
Bombers and Andrew Adams was also
good, while Daniel Pearson was their
only multiple goal-kicker with a couple.
Barossa District was the big story in
the under 17 competition on the week-
end, with the Bulldogs beating the pre-
viously undefeated South Gawler by 14
The win sees Barossa leap-frog the Li-
ons into second spot on the ladder.
Alex Arthur kicked three majors for
the victors and Matthew Slade worked
tirelessly, while Scott Blundell and Scott
Trenorden stood tall for the Lions.
Willaston, on the other hand, main-
tained its unbeaten run with a crushing
91-point triumph of Nuri, with a six-
goal-to-nil second term the catalyst.
Todd Stansborough provided a target
up forward for the Donnybrooks and
finished with a five-goal haul and Curtis
Marks and Matthew Spirritt provided
plenty of drive.
Dale Schulz tried hard for the Tigers
and did his best to stem the tide.
Tanunda had an equally emphatic win
over Freeling, saluting by 88 points on
the back of a best-on-ground display
from Jett DeRuiter.
Liam Ide was also good for the Mag-
pies and Corey Coleman was impressive
for the Redlegs.
The final match saw Angaston take on
Kapunda, with the Panthers prevailing
by five points in an absorbing contest.
Three goals from Jayden Antonie
helped get Angaston over the line, while
Trent Hunt played well for the Bomb-
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Panthers head in
the right direction
ANGASTON showed it is
on the right track with an
emphatic 42-point victory
over Kapunda in the Baros-
sa, Light & Gawler Football
Association on the weekend.
It could have and should have
been more, with the inexperi-
enced Panthers unable to prop-
erly put the Bombers away after
leading by 46 points at the final
Angaston looked the better
side from the start, with Jack-
son O'Brien providing an early
spark as the home side booted
four opening-quarter goals to
take a 19-point lead into the
The Panthers continued to
forge ahead in the second term,
with James Lawton making his
presence felt with an explosive
Kapunda continued to fight
and at no stage looked like
throwing in the towel, but the
Bombers struggled to match
their opponent's run.
Captain Matt Holding led
from the front and did every-
thing in his power to lift the
visitors, but the match slowly
Matt Doecke continued to
defy his age with another stel-
lar showing as Angaston turned
a five-goal half-time lead into a
match-winning 46-point buffer
at the final change.
Despite the late fade-out,
coach Matt Herrmann was
happy to see his side produce a
"It was good to have a win,"
"The boys have a bit of confi-
"We were pretty good for four
quarters, which was pleasing.
"We dropped off a little bit
and lost the last quarter, but by
then the game was done."
Lawton was the star of the
show for the Panthers, booting
nine majors in a powerful per-
formance, and Jack Miles was
Herrmann praised his side's
ability to respond to its big loss
to Gawler Central before the
long weekend, identifying a
number of key areas of improve-
"Our pressure was really good
and we had over 80 tackles,"
"Most of the time that is go-
ing to win you games.
"Our conversion rate (in front
of goal) was a lot better this
week and our skills were heaps
Adam Turrell was again solid
in the ruck for Kapunda and
Brad Williams worked hard
throughout on what was a tough
day for the struggling side.
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