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Harman does it again
by Steve Patching
Fresh from winning the Club
Championship last week, Peter
Harman continued his good
form by winning this month's
Hand Built Homes Monthly
It was a close result though, with
Bill Wilson just losing out on a count
back, after both finished with net 71.
Harman had an outstanding back
nine of just 37 strokes.
He birdied the tenth and added
another five pars to record a fine tally
Wilson also finished strongly,
bogeying the tough seventeenth and
parring the eighteenth, but Harman's
finish was just that bit stronger.
Jenny Patching produced her best
round of golf in winning the women's
stroke event. Her net 69 saw her a
comfortable winner, four strokes clear
of Jenny Ling.
The Loxton Ladies Open was held
last Wednesday, with Lameroo's Di
Traeger edging out local player Jill
Fogden on a countback.
Both finished on 35 points.
Beth Rollbusch's good form con-
tinued, with her adding the Ladies
Open B grade title to her B grade Club
Championship title from last week.
Peter Moller had a strong stableford
in the mid-week round, compiling 39
points in a high scoring event, which
saw most competitors playing near or
bettering their handicaps.
Saturday, Hand Built Homes Monthly
Medal -- winner: P. Harman 84/73. A grade:
S. Harris 84/73, B. Proud 82/74. B grade:
W. Wilson 92/71, B. McCleary 95/73. Ball
competition: D. Peberdy 74, G. MacInnes
74, J. Johnson 75, C. Tresize 75, M. Searle
76. Women: J. Patching 109/69, J. Ling
100/72. Long drive: B. Proud (A grade),
W. Skinner (B grade). Nearest the pin: 2nd
B. Proud 626cm, 5th A. Ling 280cm, 12th
S. Harris 585cm, 15th C. Fielke 690cm.
Birdies: 5th B. Chapman, A. Ling; 15th B.
Proud, D. Fromm.
Wednesday, men's stableford -- P. Moller
39, S. Semmler 38, B. Rollbusch 36, H.
Kara-Ali 36, G. Schultz 35, D. Sunman 34.
Loxton Ladies Open Day -- A grade: D.
Traeger 35 (Lameroo), J. Fogden 35. B
grade: B. Rollbusch 40, J. Cooney 36.
Veterans: G. Mack 36 (Berri), Y. Tatt 36.
Nearest the pin: K. Henwood (A grade), S.
Tyndale (B grade, Renmark). Long drive:
S. Byrnes (A grade, Waikerie), J. Cooney
Peter Harman, who won the Monthly
Medal on Saturday.
LOCAL SPORT RESULTS
B GRADE INDEPENDENT NETBALL PREMIERS, BROWN'S WELL: Pictured (from left), back:
Christine Hyde (coach), Dakota Newman, Chloe Francis, Alison Flavel, Tracy Mickan, Narelle Borgmeyer
and Megan Schulz. Front: Jenni Hampel, Amy Charles and Niesha Hampel.
Victory for Brown s Well
Brown's Well defeated
Ramco by three goals in the
Independent A grade netball
grand final on Saturday.
The Bombers established a
seven-goal lead at quarter time
and, while Ramco edged away
at the deficit, the local side did
enough to hold on.
Brown's Well's Niesha Hampel
was best on court.
Meanwhile, Ramco defeated
BSR by a goal to win its first
Independent A grade netball pre-
miership in over 40 years.
BSR looked like going on to
a big win when it led 22-16 at
However, the Roosters rallied
from six goals down to win by a
goal in warm conditions.
Ramco's Brooke Corfield was
named best on court.
Ramco 38 d BSR 37
BOC: Brooke Corfield (Ramco).
Browns Well 38 def Ramco 35
BOC: Niesha Hampel (Brown's Well).
Kath and Kim 4/12/234 d Dodgy
T. Marlor d A. Lawrie 3-0; S. Smart d M.
Cash 3-0; A. Searles d P. Miller 3-1; J.
Falland d P. Reynolds 3-1; O. Stone lost
S. Knowles 0-3.
Strop 4/14/253 d Ted Bullpitt 1/5/214.
T. Marlor d D. Schultz 3-0; S. Emery d
P. Grosser 3-0; C. Robertson lost to W.
Voigt 2-3; K. Wangahu d M. Rudiger 3-2;
T. Stehbens d R. Romeo 3-0.
Uncle Authur 3/11/216 d Kel Knight
D. Bright by default. K. Schwarz lost to
Shane Smart 1-3; C. Todd d M.Taylor 3-2;
J. Searles d D. Voigt 3-0; L. Horsfall lost
to Paul Horsfall 1-3.
Monash Club 12 (M. Radak, J. Musolino)
d Loxton RSL 4 (M. Reichelt, P. Hopper).
Renmark Bowlos 9 d RC Dragions 7.
Hellenic Chokers 9 d Berri Jugheads 7.
Renmark Young Ones 9 d Cobby Club 7.
Loxton RSL 9 (B. Skinner, J. Miatke) d
Ballbreakers 7 (G. Abdulla, K. Abdulla).
Renmark Redbacks 10 (Deb, R. Kubenk) d
Loxton RSL Black 6 (C. Schutz, R. Kent).
Renmark Club d Renmark Hotel (by forfeit).
Hellenic Hardware 12 d Cobby Eagles 4.
Monash Club 12 d Renmark Leaders 4.
Lyrup Club 13 d Cobby Club 3.
Berri Hotshots 10 d Monash Rascals 6.
Absacobbylutley 11 d Barmera Hellenic 5.
Monash Minions 9 d Berri Blue 7.
Cyclists fight for handicap title
by Shane Pitman
Eleven Riverland Cycling Club members
competed in the 45-kilometre Cooltong
Handicap on Sunday.
Gordon Lawton set off first, with five laps to com-
plete without being caught.
Ruth Strout and Dennis Robinson set off next with
a four minute handicap and one extra lap to cover.
Next was Angelo Ylia and Brailey Jachmann at the
10 minute mark, they had five laps to cover, followed
by Nathan Gregurke and Clint Bambrick required to
cover six laps.
The last to set off was the scratch bunch made up
of Stephen Jaensch, Colby Jachmann, Ben Logos
and Shane Pitman, all also covering six laps.
The day was tough, five riders recorded DNFs -- an
unusually high number.
The wind made it tough for all riders but this was
no worry to Dennis Robinson who was the eventual
Robinson performed a solo break away to leave
no doubt over who was the best handicap rider on
the day. He was followed by the in-form Strout who
notched up a very honest second place.
Ylia was a worthy third placegetter, who com-
pleted much of the race on his own. Bambrick had
Ylia in his sights, but was unable to bridge the gap
so finished in fourth.
The scratch was fast early, with Jaensch working
tirelessly only to spit Colby and Logos before the
end of the race.
Jaensch and Pitman stayed together, with Jaensch
being the main aggressor and recorded the fastest
time. However, Jaensch only managed fifth and
National kart countdown
continued from page 20
There will be 16 Loxton Dirt Kart Club members
competing in the national event, with many locals
hoping to become an Australian plate holder.
Koch said it has been "full steam ahead" preparing
next month's event.
"The tracks been fully upgraded. Ripped and relaid
in preparation for the big event," he said.
"We have made several improvements since the
state titles (last year). There is now a full cover, so
when the karts are sitting and waiting, they have a bit
of cover and comfort."
The titles will be held on October 3 to 5.
In the final round of
Riverland Darts matches,
there was no unexpected
wins, with games going as
Loxton RSL had a close match
with Renmark RC Ones, with
RSL winning 8-7.
The loss means RC Ones have
dropped down to fourth spot and
will not have a home final.
Loxton Penguins had a 9-6 win
over Barmera Hotel and minor
premiers defeated Barmera Odd
In the semi-finals this week, top
side Waikerie will play Loxton
RSL to see who advances to the
Barmera Rooshooters will play
Renmark RC Ones in the elimina-
tion Semi. Both matches will be
played at the Barmera-Monash
Football Club on Thursday night.
Loxton RSL 8 (J. Willett 180, 140, 100
x 3, S. Pankhurst 140 x 2, 137, 125,
100 x 5, 103 peg out, T. Lehmann 140,
132, 100, A. Bourne 122, 100 x 2, R.
Martin 100 x 4, A. Hargreaves 100 x
2) defeated Renmark R C Ones 7 (L.
Rasheed 140, 134, 125, 100 x 5, R.
Tyck 140, 110, 104, 100 x 9, N. Flack
2, T. Stoneham 100 x 4, K. Thiel 100).
Loxton Penguins 9 (D. Heinicke 114,
111, 108, 103, B. Curnow 101) defeat-
ed Barmera Hotel 6 (T. Hannaford 129,
105, P. Thomson 127, W. Fletcher
100, B. Treacey 100).
Riverland Darts competition heats up
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