Home' The Loxton News : September 24th 2014 Contents 18 – The Loxton News, Wednesday, September 24, 2014
BLD207475 REF. AUTH AU18667
WAIKERIE: 8541 2955 BERRI: 8582 4777
http://w w w.hansenelectric.com.au
for all your Air Conditioning, Electrical, Refrigeration, Solar, Data & Communications.
Experience the difference.
REF. AUTH AU18667
Loxton hockey stars awarded
The Loxton Hockey Club
held its presentation day
at the Loxton Sporting Club
on Sunday, recognising this
season’s top performers.
Tim Pannell was awarded the best
and fairest honour for the A grade
The local men’s side had a stellar
season, which saw them take home
the flag for 2014.
Daniel Schubert received best team
player, while the most consistent play-
er award went to Ryan Hentschke.
Meanwhile, Robin Schaefer received
the 2014 coach’s trophy.
In the A grade women’s team, Steph
Baird received the top honour, taking
out the best and fairest award.
Cheryl Burgemeister received
the best team player award, while
Rebecca Schaefer was awarded the
most improved trophy.
Louise Paschke won the coach’s tro-
phy for the senior women this year.
As part of Sunday’s celebrations,
Kelvin Burgemeister was awarded a
The B grade men’s hockey team had
another successful season, winning
the premiership this year.
Kieren Beer won the best and fair-
est award, while Mick Hopper was
presented with the best team player
In addition, Nathan Richardson
was recognised as the most consistent
player, while Mark Pickering was
named most improved.
In the junior grades, Suzie Stivahtaris
won the best and fairest for the under
18 women’s side, while Joel Hampel
won the top honour for the men’s
In the under 15 boys team, Briley
Gibbs was named Loxton’s best and
fairest, while Connor Heinrich was
awarded best team player.
Liam Abraham won the best and
fairest award for the under 12 mixed
hockey competition, while Sophie
Western was named as best team
JUNIOR LOXTON HOCKEY CLUB TROPHY WINNERS – (from left), back: Joel Hampel,
Briley Gibbs, Connor Heinrich, Joel Hopper, Suzie Stivahtaris, Lillium Swanbury and
Samantha Pearn. Front: Corey Knoblauch and Liam Abraham
SENIOR LOXTON HOCKEY CLUB TROPHY WINNERS – (from left), back: Mick Hopper,
Kieran Beer, Tim Pannell, Daniel Schubert, Steph Baird and Rebecca Schaefer. Front:
Ryan Hentschke, Nathan Richardson, Robin Schaefer, Cheryl Burgemeister and Louise
Kelvin Burgemeister (left) was presented a life membership by
Karl Hennig at the Loxton Hockey Club presentation on Sunday.
Top honours for local ladies
The Brown’s Well Netball Club celebrated
a successful season at the 2014 presentation
day on Sunday, presenting trophies for
outstanding efforts throughout the year.
Emma Flavel won the A grade best and fairest
award, while Naomi Hopper was named runner-
Niesha Hampel won the B grade top honour and
Narelle Borhmeyer received the most association
votes and best club person award.
Di Viney was presented with life membership at
the Brown’s Well Netball Club presentation day, for
her service to the club.
Brown’s Well’s A grade side were knocked out
of the competition by Ramco in the second semi-
BROWN’S WELL NETBALL CLUB TROPHY WINNERS – (from
left) Emma Flavel, Narelle Borgmeyer, Niesha Hampel and Naomi
Lauren Lidgerwood photos
Di Viney was presented with
life membership at the Brown’s
Well Netball Club presentation
day recently, after a lifetime of
dedicated service to the club.
LOCAL SPORT RESULTS
Dodgy Brothers 3/11/279 d
Uncle Authur 2/10/265.
K. Watts lost D. Bright 1-3; T
Giles lost to K Schwarz 1-3;
P. Miller d C. Todd 3-1; P.
Reynolds d J. Searles 3-1;
S. Knowles d T. Stehbens
Sir Les Patterson 3/10/234
d Strop 2/8/236.
S. Coombs lost to T. Marlor
0-3; S. Smart d S. Emery
3-1; P. Wurst lost to C.
Robertson 1-3; R. Hahn d
J. Falland 3-1; O. Stone d K.
Ted Bullpitt 3/9/215 d
Russell Coight 2/7/194.
B. Chapman d D. Schultz
3-0; P. Grosser lost to M.
Cash 0-3; T. Giles d B. Duffin
3-0; M. Rudiger lost to A.
Nelson 0-3; R. Romeo d T.
Loxton 3-1 .
POINTS: Stop 139; Dodgy
Brothers 122; Sir Les
Patterson 118; Kath and Kim
106; Uncle Author 94; Ted
Bullpitt 93; Kel Knight 87;
Russell Coight 79.
Members of the Loxton
Homing Pigeon Club
released birds from Mount
Gambier at 7.30am on
Clear skies and no wind
meant pigeons arrived home
by 12.34pm after the 405km
Rodney Carslake won, fol-
lowed by Ken Mumme.
Pigeons left Millicent at
8.30am on Saturday and
arrived home at 1.58pm.
Loxton’s Geoff Huppatz’s
pigeon was the first to arrive
With three races to go,
Carslake is leading for best
flyer of the year with 313
points, followed by Mumme
(310) and Goldsack (288).
Waikerie in darts final
Waikerie Club overcame a
determined Renmark R C Ones
to advance to the grand final to
be held at the Loxton RSL on
In this weeks grand final, Waikerie
will play Loxton RSL in what will be
a close final.
With a couple of Waikerie players
down on form it will come down to
placement of players.
With both teams evenly matched,
it will be whoever plays the best will
win and is to hard to pick a winner.
Waikerie Club 8 d Renmark R C Ones 4.
Budding triathletes have the
chance to compete on the big
stage with the Nippy’s Come
and Try Triathlon to be held as
part of the annual Murray Man
event in Barmera this year.
The Murray Man has grown in
popularity since its inception in
The Come and Try event will
give locals the opportunity to com-
pete in a safe environment, with a
200m swim, 8km ride and 2km run.
The event is participation only, with
no prizes for winners, but all athletes
will receive a medal.
The newly formed Riverland
Triathlon Club is encouraging locals
to take part.
The Murray Man will be held
on Saturday, November 8.
To register or for more details, visit
the website (murrayman.com.au).
Links Archive September 17th 2014 October 1st 2014 Navigation Previous Page Next Page