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Loxton netball players on the ball
Loxton Netball Club
celebrated a successful season
at its 2014 presentation night
Players from the club’s 12 teams,
along with life members, family,
friends and supporters, gathered
at the Loxton Sporting Club for
“To have finished the minor
round with all 12 teams making
the finals, four minor premierships
and six teams making it to the
grand final is a credit to all,” said
club president Kathy Schliebs.
In addition to team best and
fairest trophy presentations, player
milestones for 10, 15 and 20 years
service were acknowledged.
Loxton netballers who were
selected for the Riverland Country
Championship and Regional
Academy teams were also recog-
nised on the night.
The Marg Warneke Perpetual
Trophy, presented to the club’s
best junior player, was awarded to
Gutsche also won the best and
fairest award for her 17A team.
The A1 and A2 best and fair-
est and runner-up titles were won
by Sharona Edwards and Jackie
Dahlitz and Katie Saville and
Meegan Frost respectively.
A new club-based best and fair-
est award voting system was tri-
alled for the two grades this year.
A1 – B&F: Sharona Edwards; RU:
Jackie Dahlitz. A2 – B&F: Katie Saville;
RU: Meegan Frost. A3 – B&F: Danni
Stasinowsky; RU: Meagan Hill. B2
– B&F: Nyssa Hoffmann; RU: Bronwyn
Thomas. B3 – B&F: Emma Walter; RU:
17A – B&F: Chelsea Gutsche; RU:
Celeste Schammer; coach’s trophy:
Laura Collins. 17B – B&F: Bianca
Hopper; RU: Ocea Altschwager,
Elley-Bree Logos; coach’s trophy: Mel
Charles. 17C – B&F: Chloe Francis;
RU: Sam Payne; coach’s trophy: Nikki
Henwood. 15A – B&F: Niesha Hampel;
RU: Shantelle Ferber, Kara Phillips,
Emily Zdanowicz; coach’s trophy:
Indigo Altschwager. 15B1 – B&F: Shyla
Lange; RU: Karlee Hicks; coach’s tro-
phy: Witley Eagle. 15B2 – B&F: Isabella
Edwards; RU: Alanna Kurtzer; coach’s
trophy: Shaylee Coombe. 15C2 – B&F:
Carlee Nitschke; RU: Paislee Stone;
coach’s trophy: Allyson Gum.
A1 TROPHY WINNERS – Jackie Dahlitz
(left) and Sharona Edwards.
SENIOR GRADE TROPHY WINNERS – Megan Hill, Bronwyn Thomas,
Nyssa Hoffmann, Emma Walter, Sharon Hoffmann, Katie Saville and
17 AND UNDER GRADE TROPHY WINNERS – (from left)
Celeste Schammer, Ocea Altschwager, Laura Collins, Chelsea
Gutsche, Mel Charles, Bianca Hopper and Elley-Bree Logos.
15 AND UNDER GRADE TROPHY WINNERS – (from left) Indigo Altschwager,
Shaylee Coombe, Paislee Stone, Kara Phillips, Niesha Hampel, Allyson
Gum, Karlee Hicks, Alanna Kurtzer, Shantelle Ferber, Emily Zdanowicz,
Shyla Lange, Carlee Nitschke and Isabella Edwards.
Independent’s top honours
The Riverland Independent
recognised the region’s top
players at a presentation
night last Friday.
The best and fairest medal count
was held at the Loxton Hotel, with
a three-way tie between Ramco’s
Sarah Schulz, Lyrup’s Taylee
Healy and Holly Cowland, from
BSR, for the A grade title.
Stasinowsky was named runner-up
and was also named as a reserve in
the 2014 Team of the Year.
Brown’s Well collected a num-
ber of titles for the B grade, with
Narelle Borgmeyer receiving the
best and fairest runner-up award
and listed as best mid-court player,
while teammate Neisha Hampel
won best defence.
Umpire Tania Schultz was award-
ed the Golden Whistle Award.
Best and Fairest: Teressa Rover
(Paringa); runner-up: Narelle Borgmeyer
Player choice awards – best defence:
Niesha Hampel (Brown’s Well); best
mid court: Narelle Borgmeyer (Brown’s
Well); best attack: Teressa Rover
Best and Fairest: Sarah Schulz
(Ramco), Taylee Healy (Lyrup) and
Holly Cowland (BSR); runner-up: Tina
Stasinowsky (Wunkar).A Grade Team
of the Year – goal keeper: Louise
Thiel (Ramco), goal defence: Emma
Flavel (Brown’s Well), wing defence:
Reshika Callahan (Brown’s Well),
centre: Jo Schmitt (Blanchtown-Swan
Reach); wing attack: Courtenay Warren
(Blanchtown-Swan Reach); goal
attack: Sarah Schultz (Ramco); goal
shooter: Kellie Zadow (Blanchtown-
Swan Reach); reserve defence: Tina
Stasinowsky (Wunkar); reserve goals:
Aston Hill (Lyrup); reserve mid court:
Terri Murphy (Paringa).
LEFT: Brown’s Well’s Narelle Borgmeyer was named B grade best and fairest runner-up and best mid
court player. MIDDLE: Neisha Hampel scored another title for Brown’s Well, being named best defence
for the B grade. RIGHT: Wunkar defender Tina Stasinowsky received the A grade best and fairest
runner-up award and was also listed as a reserve in the 2014 Team of the Year.
The Loxton North
Junior Football club
recognised its star
young players on
trophies for an
during the year.
The presentations, held
after a special father-son
football match, were
attended by a crowd of
players and their fami-
Zac Wooldridge won
the top title of best and
fairest for the under under
13 team, while Ceejay
Inglis was awarded the
trophy for the under 15s.
Best and fairest: Zac
Wooldridge; runner-up best
and fairest: Tyson Kent and
Alec Kudra; best in finals:
Alec Kudra; best team man:
Riley Battams; most consist-
ent: Arron Nitschke; most
improved: Jai Drake; coach’s
award: Jesse Thackeray.
Best and fairest: Ceejay
Inglis; runner-up best and
fairest: Mitch Neumann; best
team man: Jordan Smith;
most consistent: Declan
Size; most improved: Henry
Rogers; coach’s award:
MORE SPORT: PAGE 11
UNDER 13 TROPHY WINNERS – (from
left), back: Tyson Kent, Zac Wooldridge and
Riley Battams. Front: Jesse Thackeray Arron
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