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Disappointing start to season
resumed on Saturday,
with Loxton struggling to
get a win on the board in
Cobdogla kickstarted its
premiership defence with a
10-2 victory over Loxton at
Despite star player Troy
Saville being unavailable,
Cobdogla proved too good for
Loxton on the hard courts.
Shane Nettle overcame
Loxton's Phil Smith 9-4 in
one of the closer matches
of the day, while youngsters
Sam Butterworth and Brodie
Kollmann showed Cobdogla
has plenty of youth coming
through its ranks.
Brendan Cockshell 9-4, while
Kollmann accounted for John
Cobdogla's Katie Saville and
Nadia Kruger had a good tus-
sle in the number one women's
match, with Saville getting
Hamish Peberdy and Delaney
Lueth were Loxton's only win-
ners, with Lueth ruthless in her
6-0 win over Emma Treloar.
Berri-view stunned a new-
look Waikerie 10-2, with
Adam Drogemuller and Hayley
Stewart playing key roles in
Drogemuller teamed up with
Drew Nelsson to win both of
their doubles rubbers, before
beating Steven Braun 9-2 in an
Stewart won one of her dou-
bles encounters, before beating
former Renmark junior Tianna
Adamczk 6-2 in the singles.
The addition of Adamczyk
and her mother Sonia was not
enough to help Waikerie, which
was missing Troy Lehmann,
Shaun Steele, Ben Haynes,
Penny Kroehn and Ashleigh
Smith from last season's grand
Renmark won the final
match of the round, defeat-
ing Barmera 10-2.
Barmera trailed 1-5 after the
doubles, despite being in all
but one of the six rubbers.
The singles saw Renmark
start to dominate, with John
Pick using all his guile to defeat
Chris Florance 9-1, while
David Strongman capped off
a good day for the youngster
with a 9-4 victory over Mike
Sarah-Jane Albrecht was
Barmera's only singles winner,
beating Shenae Rucioch 6-4.
In division two, Loxton Silver
recorded a win against rivals
Berri-view Blue, while Loxton
Gold went down to Cobdogla
Cobdogla 10-75 d Loxton 2-47.
Doubles: S. Nettle/L. Hampshire
d P. Smith/B. Cockshell 6-2; B.
Fridd/L. Hampshire d P. Smith/B.
Cockshell 7-5; S. Butterworth/B.
Kollmann d H. Peberdy/J. Fisher
6-3, 6-1; K. Saville/E. Treloar d N.
Kruger/D. Lueth 7-6; K. Saville/E.
Treloar d N. Kruger/B. Smith 6-2.
Singles: Nettle d Smith 9-4;
Butterworth d Cockshell 9-4; Fridd
lost to Peberdy 4-9; Kollmann d
Fisher 9-2; Saville d Kruger 6-3;
Treloar lost to Lueth 0-6.
Berri-view 10-80 d Waikerie 2-
Doubles: A. Drogemuller/D.
Nelsson d S. Braun/L. McWaters
6-2; A. Drogemuller/D. Nelsson d
S. Braun/T. Collins 6-0; R. Day/P.
Reid d L. McWaters/B. Cavanagh
6-1; R. Day/P. Reid d T. Collins/
B. Cavanagh 6-0; A. Shotton/
H. Stewart d S. Adamczyk/T.
Adamczyk 6-3, 4-6.
Singles: Drogemuller d Braun 9-2;
Nelsson d McWaters 9-4; Day d
Collins 9-3; Reid d Cavanagh 9-0;
Shotton lost to S. Adamczyk 4-6;
H. Stewart d T. Adamczyk 6-2.
Renmark 10-82 d Barmera 2-51.
Doubles: J. Pick/J. van der Hoek
lost to C. Florance/M. Horsman
4-6; J. Pick/D. Strongman d C.
Florance/M. Horsman 7-5; D.
Strongman/M. Roy d J. Wright/P.
Jericho 7-5; J. van der Hoek/M.
Roy d J. Wright/P. Jericho 6-4; S.
Rucioch/R. Luethke d B. Penney/E.
Marks 6-4; S. Rucioch/R. Luethke
d S. Albrecht/E. Marks 6-1.
Singles: Pick d Florance 9-1;
Strongman d Horsman 9-4; van der
Hoek d Wright 9-3; Roy d Jericho
9-8; Rucioch lost to Albrecht 4-6;
Luethke d Penney 6-4.
Cobdogla 8-67 d Loxton Gold
Doubles: B. Rogers/L. Hale d
S. Blaser/J. Smith 7-5, 6-1; T.
Knoblauch/C. Knoblauch drew with
D. Kassulke/R. Battams 2-6, 6-
2; S. Pearn/J. Pearn lost to E.
Zdanowicz/N. Graetz 5-7; J. Pearn/
C. Kollmann lost to J. Zdanowicz/
N. Graetz 0-6.
Singles: Rogers d Blaser 9-2; Hale
d Smith 9-4; T. Knoblauch dKassul-
ke 9-1; Knoblauch lost to Battams
2-9; Pearn d E. Zdanowicz 6-1; C.
Kollmann d J. Zdanowicz 6-1.
Loxton Silver 6-69 d Berri-view
Doubles: S. Gillett/C. Wall lost to
S. McPherson/K. Harwood 4-6,
4-6; G. Cubbin/C. Maczkowiack
d A. Hansen/N. Stevens 6-2, 6-
1; L. Zdanowicz/N. Burgmeyer
d K. Couzens/K. Stewart 7-5; S.
Charles/L. Zdanowicz lost to K.
Couzens/K. Stewart 4-6.
Singles: Gillett d McPherson 9-4;
Wall lost to Harwood 3-9; Cubbin
d Hansen 9-7; Maczkowiack d
Stevens 9-0; Burgmeyer lost to
Couzens 4-6; Charles lost to
Berri-view Red 8-64 d Renmark
Cobdogla 6-42 d Paringa Swans
Loxton v Moorook (no details
Supercats blow Lakers out the water
Loxton cruised to a 37-point
win over Barmera in Riverland
division one women's
basketball on Thursday night.
The Lakers were in the match at
quarter time, but were blown away
by the Supercats, who scored 22
points to two in the third term.
Jackie Dahlitz and Jessie Miller
combined for half of the Supercats'
Annabel O'Dea scored 11 points
for the young Barmera side.
Berri narrowly missed out on an
upset win over Renmark.
Following a tight first half, the
Blazers trailed by five points head-
ing into the final quarter.
They managed to reduce the
margin to just one point, with an
inbound play to come with 0.6 sec-
onds remaining in the game.
Coach Tegan Moldovan passed to
Lauren Hill under the basket with
no opposition, but she narrowly
missed the shot, giving Renmark
Hill was tremendous for Berri,
scoring 11 points, while Moldovan
Jo Haynes and Abby Perry led
the way for the Steamers with six
Loxton stunned reigning pre-
mier Barmera by two points in
division one men's basketball on
Loxton trailed by six points at
half time, but rallied hard in the
second half. A 17-12 fourth quar-
ter saw the Supercats come out
Adam Proud (14 points), Che
Lange and Angus Size were strong
performers for Loxton.
Kaiden Coats scored eight points
for the Lakers, with the Supercats
doing well to limit the output
of brothers Danny and Dillon
Renmark beat Berri by 11 points
in the other men's match.
The Steamers led by three at
half time and increased their lead
to eight at the next change before
going on to record a comfortable
Brothers Cameron and Josh
Warnock scored 19 points between
them, while Craig Seekamp and
James McLeod added nine each.
Darren Marner scored seven free
throws in his 13 points for Berri,
while several Blazers battled foul
trouble late in the game.
Loxton 32 (A. Proud 14, C. Lange 8, A.
Size 8, C. Rogers 2) d Barmera 30 (K.
Coats 8, Dillon Millard 6, R. Hodgson
5, M. Wellington 3, S. Butterworth 2, G.
Hennigan 2, A. Grose 2, K. Wright 2).
Renmark 43 (C. Warnock 10, J. Warnock
9, C. Seekamp 9, J. McLeod 9, B. Pater
6) d Berri 32 (D. Marner 13, L. Hayes 8,
N. Hankin 6, B. Clarke 3, R. Kunoth 2).
Loxton 33 d Supercats 24; Allstars 55 d
Renmark 27; Waikerie 26 d Berri 25.
Berri 40 d Loxton 14; Barmera 25 d
Loxton 56 (J. Dahlitz 15, J. Miller 13, L.
Uren 8, J. Jachman 5, L. Sweeney 3, H.
Bullock 2, S. Edwards 2) d Barmera 19
(A. O'Dea 11, K. Kregar 4, D. Millington
Renmark 30 (J. Haynes 6, A. Perry 6,
T. Cooper 5, A. James 5, S. Croft 4,
R. Leuders 2, S. Rucioch 2) d Berri 29
(Lauren Hill 11, T. Moldovan 6, A. Krollig
4, C. Drogemuller 3, D. Riddle 2, E.
Hoffmann 2, C. Eleftheriadis 1).
Loxton 35 d Allstars 28; Waikerie 34 d
Blazers 30 d Loxton 14; Waikerie 22 d
Supercats 16; Renmark 34 d Barmera
Loxton 33 (T. Wagner 9, C. Inglis 5) d
Berri 23 (A. Glassey 8, S. Burton 7).
Renmark 42 d Barmera 32.
Loxton 49 (D. Size 16, H. Rogers 12) d
Berri 26 (T. Kent 12, T. Jesser 8).
Steamers 33 (J. Sinko 9, T. Austin
8) d Supercats 22 (W. Gutsche 9, L.
UNDER 14 (division one)
Berri 63 d Barmera 17.
UNDER 14 (division two)
Loxton 16 (T. Smith 9, B. Hampel 4)
drew Berri 16 (E. Day 5, S. Caddy-
Waikerie 25 d Renmark 20.
Berri 51 (R. Kruger 15, O. Kregar 13) d
Loxton 21 (E. Wagner 13, M. Koop 4).
Barmera 40 (J. Sullivan 14, A. Scordo 11)
d Supercats 23(I. Williams 12, K.Fielke 6).
Renmark 18 d Waikerie 13.
Supercats 47 (M. George 11, J. Drake 6)
d Waikerie 27 (C. Linke 14, T. Griffiths
Berri 19 (T. Walden 9, L. Westley 5) d
Loxton 18 (L. Hampel 10, L. Kahl 3).
Renmark 42 d Barmera 26.
UNDER 16 (division one)
Berri 35 d Renmark 31.
UNDER 16 (division two)
Loxton 39 (P. Stone 13, C. Nitschke
9) d Blazers 29 (C. Burton 16, D.
Waikerie 42 d Berri 14.
Loxton 31 (G. Grummet 8, M. Schultz 7)
d Barmera 11 (L. Hill 4, B. Rayner 4).
Renmark 31 d Berri 19.
Loxton 43 (B. Stasinowsky 22, T. Dahlitz
5) d Berri 13 (C. Mackenroth 5, A.
Renmark 34 d Barmera 28.
YOUNG GUNS: A number of Loxton junior
tennis players participated in the Foundation
Cup at the Berri-view Tennis Club recently.
Pictured are (from left), back: Drew Kassulke,
Jordan Smith and Riley Battams. Front:
Callan Maczkowiack, Delaney Lueth and
Riverland football is going through an
unusal period of coaching stability, with
a number hanging on to the top job for
Loxton North Football Club's A grade coach
Craig Wooldridge has been reappointed, while
Grant Fisher will take on the top job for Loxton
A grade for another year.
In other Riverland Football League teams,
Shayne Stephens has signed up for another sea-
son with Waikerie, along with Terry Eleftheriadis
who will coach Berri in the 2015 season.
If Barmera-Monash's Shane Uren is given
the job again, then it will mark the first time in
many years that all six Riverland clubs will have
the same coach in successive years.
Independent clubs are also going through a
period of stability, with Wunkar's Mick Durdin,
Lyrup's Arrod Westley, Paringa's Nick Dillion
and Cobdogla's Steve DeJager all coaching
Premiership coach Corey Gilgen is expected
to coach on at Moorook-Kingston and likewise
with Brown's Well's Steve Smith.
BSR coach Mat McPherson has resigned
due to business reasons, while it is believed
Ramco's Matt McDonald has elected not to go
on in 2015.
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