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Next to enter the ring was Bradon
Dunning, who won unanimously over
his Adelaide opponent in the 60kg
“Dunning had an injury in the first
round, he worked through that and
actually intensified the bout to make
sure that he wasn’t going to let it slip
away,” Phil said.
“It was really good to see the perfor-
mance and the determination.”
Ryan Goodes stepped into the ring
for the “bout of the night”, defeating his
Adelaide based opponent in an unani-
“It was a good night and good all-
round performance,” he said.
Phil said the local boxers appreciated
the support from the crowd on Saturday
“It was quite a loud cheer when they
came into the ring, it was really good to
have their support,” he said.
“I think they really enjoyed that
Phil said the competition was well
received by locals and he was happy
with crowd numbers.
“There were quite a few people that
after being there, would love to see
another competition,” he said.
“We might see how we go and try and
put another one on in a year or two.”
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It is not the first time a Jenke
has been selected for the national
side, with sisters Tamzin and
Candise both competing the
under 18 national side in 2013
and 2009 respectively.
While the championships will
be taking place, Australian selec-
tors will be looking for their
While in Darwin for the
national championships, which
are being held at Nightcliff
Bowling Club, Jenke will lead in
both triples and fours.
This position is crucial, as
Jenke will start the play, along
with placing the mat and roll-
ing the jack if their team has
Jenke has been playing for
Loxton District Bowling Club
men’s division one side for the
past two years and said he was
looking forward to the upcoming
Change on the cards for
Riverland cricket comp
Local boxer Raymond Rosenthal went head-to-head with Renmark’s Michael
Sa at the Riverland Thunder Down Under Boxing Tournament at the Loxton
Club on Saturday night.
Grant Schwartzkopff photo
by Nick Dillon
The face of local
cricket is set to change
dramatically, with the
Renmark District Cricket
poised to merge with the
Riverland Turf Cricket
Four Renmark District clubs
Renmark North, Kings XI
Punjab, Red Dogs and Paringa
voted on Wednesday night to
join the RTCA.
The Renmark Royals had
already moved their second
team from Renmark district to
the RTCA prior to the meeting.
The long-running RDCA will
be put into recess for a year,
giving clubs the opportunity
to secede from the RTCA and
reform the Renmark District
competition if they choose.
However, if the merge is suc-
cessful, the two associations
would look at a new body,
according to RTCA president
“The impetus and driver for
the unification of our associa-
tions is to ensure we build and
improve long-term sustainabil-
ity and viability of cricket in the
region,” he said.
“There will be obviously
some ‘fine tuning’ to ensure the
transition is managed correctly,
however each club nominating
will have a representative par-
ticipating and involved in our
“I’m certain if we all work
together we can make a sig-
nificant impact on cricket in our
“This will remove duplica-
tion of volunteers and provide a
greater regional co-ordination,
and in turn will bring a great-
er ‘buying power’ in securing
SACA funding for our clubs
and club members.”
With 15 teams likely to be
competing in the association’s
second tier competition, Mr
Felder said a number of vari-
ables would be discussed in
regards to a new format.
However, no details have been
confirmed and the clubs will
discuss any potential changes at
a meeting tonight.
Top Bombers recognised
Brown’s Well Football Club held their
presentation day on Sunday, honouring
their standout players.
Marcus Mawe received the best and fairest
award for the club after a successful season.
Brian Hampel received a range of awards on
Sunday, including best in finals, best team man
and most RFL votes.
Bradley Hoffmann won the most improved
award, while James Shannon received the encour-
agement award for his efforts throughout the 2014
BROWN’S WELL FOOTBALL CLUB TROPHY WINNERS – (from left) Bradley Hoffmann, James
Shannon, Brian Hampel and Marcus Mawe.
Lauren Lidgerwood photo
Lyrup win spring carnival
Loxton bowler rolls into nationals
Success for locals
The Loxton District Bowling Club held
the ladies Spring Carnival Day recently.
Over 55 players from around the Riverland com-
peted in the event.
Lyrup’s Jay Brown, Di Hill, Mary Romeo and
Sue Lloyd won the event, followed by Renmark’s
Jeanne Warren, Lorraine Schubert, Lois Nitschke
and Betty Coombs.
The event was sponsored by Riverland Lending
Services and money raised from the event was
donated to the Make-A-Wish foundation.
Thrilling tie for regional side
by Nick Dillon
The Riverland took it up to
Tea Tree Gully in two cricket
matches played at Renmark on
The Riverland team of the year took
on Tea Tree Gully in a twenty20 fixture
on Friday night, with the match finish-
ing in a thrilling tie.
Saturday’s one-day game saw Tea
Tree Gully get home by 30 runs against
an undermanned Riverland team.
The T20 match saw Loxton’s Josh
Deren (33) and Waikerie-Ramco’s
Chris Schutz (30no) dominate with
the bat, before miserly bowling from
Renmark’s Luke Fitzsimmons (0/14)
and Berri’s Kyle Gillespie (0/25) kept
the game close.
Tea Tree Gully made 4/173 from its
40 overs in Saturday’s one-day game.
Riverland 6/138 tied with Tea Tree Gully
Riverland – J. Deren 33, B. Townsend
19, J. Albrecht 1, M. Cronin 21, J.
Deboar 9, C. Schutz 30no, B. Romeo 3.
Bowling – B. Atkinson 1/25, L.Atkinson 1/31,M.
Rostron 2/44, M. Primer 2/24, D. Barbaro 0/14.
TTG – J. Holliday 48, M. Culonits 29, C.
Polyak 6, N. Wilson 17no, D. Barbaro 17, B.
Bowling – L. Fitzsimmons 0/14, K. Gillespie
0/25, C. Schutz 1/29, B. Romeo 2/23, R.
Lehmann 1/29, J. Deboar 0/12.
Tea Tree Gully 4/173 d Riverland 8/143.
TTG – J. Holliday 12, M. Culonits 76ret, C.
Polyak 15, N. Wilson 41, D. Barbaro 3, C.
Zadow 12no, Rostron 9no.
Bowling – L. Fitzsimmons 1/4, C. Schutz
0/29, A. Lean 1/25, K. Gillespie 1/24, S.
MacIntyre 0/25, B. Romeo 1/8, Z. Gallo
0/8, R. Lehmann 0/8, J. Deboar 0/22.
Riverland – K. Taylor 36, D. Thompson 13,
J. Deboar 22, M. Cronin 14, S. MacIntyre 4,
B. Romeo 12no, C. Schutz 5, Z. Gallo 8, K.
Gillespie 8, A. Lean 13, R. Lehmann 0no.
Bowling – S . Todd 1/37, B. Atkinson 1/21, M.
Primer 1/9, L. Atkinson 1/20, Rostron 0/5, D.
Barbaro 2/25, C. Zadow 1/14.
Young bloods bring home the flag
A number of Riverland players
were part of West Adelaide’s
under 18 SANFL premiership
on Friday night.
Seemingly out of the contest trail-
ing by 19 points at the first change,
the Bloods responded and then began
to dominate the remainder of the
The Bloods eventually won by 35
points, with East Murray’s Sam Durdin
named best on ground.
Durdin amassed 48 hit outs to go with
his 12 disposals, nine marks and seven
tackles in a dominant ruck display.
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