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Locals hold on in thriller match
Loxton won its first clash of
the year, holding on to beat
Berri-view 7-5 in Riverland
division one tennis on
After holding a 4-2 buffer follow-
ing the doubles, Loxton did enough
to claim its first points of the sea-
Brendan Cockshell had a solid
9-2 win over Drew Nelsson, while
Hamish Peberdy did likewise over
Nadia Kruger shone in her 6-1 vic-
tory over Alicia Shotton to complete
a good day for Loxton's number one
Adam Drogemuller, Paul Reid and
Hayley Stewart battled hard with
singles wins, but it was not enough
for Berri-view to overcome Loxton.
Renmark Tintra is the new leader
in Riverland division one tennis
following its unexpected win over
Both teams were missing key
players for the clash. Renmark was
without John Pick, while Cobdogla
was missing vital duo Shane Nettle
and Troy Saville.
The 8-4 win to Renmark could
prove crucial late in the season when
the jostling for top two spots begins.
Renmark led 5-1 after the doubles
and then went on to share the singles
with Cobdogla. Renmark's Shenae
Rucioch was particularly impressive
on the day, teaming up with Romana
Luethke to win one of her dou-
bles, and then dispensing of Emma
Cobdogla was much stronger in
the singles, with Sam Butterworth,
Brodie Kollmann and Luke Hale all
However, victories to Luethke, John
van der Hoek and Mick Roy helped
earn Renmark the win on Saturday.
Barmera stunned Waikerie 7-5 to
leave last season's grand finalist
winless after two rounds. Barmera's
men produced big results when it
Justin Bannear and Jordan Wright
won their doubles sets, before Will
Koskinas overcame Steven Braun
9-4 in the singles.
Ben Haynes and Penny Kroehn
answered for Waikerie with good
singles wins, but Mike Horsman
and Sarah-Jane Albrecht ensured
Barmera got home.
Loxton 7-73 d Berri-view 5-60.
Doubles: P. Smith/B. Cockshell d A.
Drogemuller/D. Nelsson 6-3, 7-6; H.
Peberdy/S. Gillett lost to R. Day/P. Reid
6-7, 4-6; N. Kruger/B. Smith d A. Shotton/
M. Stewart 6-4; N. Kruger/D. Lueth d A.
Shotton/M. Stewart 6-0.
Singles: Smith lost to Drogemuller 6-9;
Cockshell d Nelsson 9-2; Peberdy d
Day 9-2; Gillett lost to Reid 5-9; Kruger d
Shotton 6-1; Smith lost to Stewart 3-6.
Barmera 7-65 d Waikerie 5-56.
Doubles: W. Koskinas/M. Horsman d S.
Braun/B. Haynes 7-5, 6-7; J. Bannear/J.
Wright d L. McWaters/B. Cavanagh 6-4,
6-2; K. Bannear/B. Penney lost to P.
Kroehn/T. Adamczyk 1-6; S. Albrecht/B.
Penney lost to P. Kroehn/T. Adamczyk
Singles: Koskinas d Braun 9-4; Wright
lost to Haynes 0-9; J. Bannear d
McWaters 9-4; Horsman d Cavanagh
9-1; K. Bannear lost to Kroehn 5-7;
Albrecht d Adamczyk 6-1.
Renmark Tintra 8-68 d Cobdogla 4-
Doubles: D. Strongman/J. van der Hoek
d S. Butterworth/L. Hampshire 6-2, 7-6;
M. Roy/B. Dempsey d B. Kollmann/L.
Hale 6-3, 6-0; R. Luethke/S. Rucioch lost
to B. Dillon/E. Treloar 3-6, 7-5.
Singles: Strongman lost to Butterworth
3-9; van der Hoek d Hampshire 9-5; Roy
lost to Kollmann 5-9; Dempsey lost to
Hale 4-9; Luethke d Dillon 6-3; Rucioch
d Treloar 6-3.
RenmarkTintra2 0 0 18 6 4
Loxton Gold 9-78 d Renmark Tintra
Doubles: M. Schuetze/J. Tappin lost to S.
Blaser/J. Smith 3-6, 2-6; J. Stoeckel/A.
Qambari lost to D. Kassulke/T. Kassulke
2-6, 0-6; C. Martin/M. Schwartzkopff d E.
Zdanowicz/J. Zdanowicz 6-3, 7-5.
Singles: Schuetze lost to S. Blaser 4-9;
Tappin lost to Smith 6-9; Stoeckel lost
to D. Kassulke 1-9; Qambari lost to T.
Kassulke 5-9; Martin lost to E. Zdanowicz
5-7; Schwartzkopff d J. Zdanowicz 6-3.
Cobdogla 10-76 d Barmera 2-40.
Berri-view Red 10-78 d Berri-view Blue
Berri-viewRed 2 0 0 18 6 4
Berri-viewBlue 0 2 0 8 16 0
RenmarkTintra 0 2 0 7 17 0
Cobdogla 6-47 d Loxton 2-15.
Doubles: P. Kollmann/D. Hefford d V.
Nobile/E. Gaudiomantel 6-0; P. Kollmann/
N. O'Hare d V. Nobile/E. Gaudiomantel
6-0; N. O'Hare/D. Wilksch d B. Coombe/
B. Wierda 6-0; D. Wilksch/M. Dixon lost
to B. Coombe/M. Bristow 6-7.
Singles: Kollmann d Gaudiomantel 6-0;
Hefford d Nobile 6-0; O'Hare d Bristow
6-1; Dixon d Wierda 5-7.
Paringa Swans 8-48 d Paringa Red
ParingaSwans 1 1 0 10 6 0
ParingaRedDogs0 1 0 0 8 0
Supercats remain undefeated
A new order may be beginning
in Riverland division one men's
basketball, after Waikerie moved to
the top of the ladder on Saturday.
Waikerie won its clashes with perennial pow-
erhouses Renmark on Thursday and Barmera
on Saturday, to continue its undefeated start to
Loxton too is undefeated, after beating Berri
Loxton defeated Berri by 10 points, with
Adam Proud nailing 19 on the night.
Berri was best served by Marner (nine
points) and Francis (seven) again.
Waikerie had to come from behind to beat
the Steamers on Thursday.
The Warriors trailed by seven points at quar-
ter time, but gradually edged its way in front
thanks to some great work by Chris Mibus.
Mibus scored five points from the charity
stripe courtesy of his blocking work in the key,
and finished the night with 15 as Waikerie won
by six points.
Mitchell White added 14 and Luke Exton
13, with the Warriors on song from three-point
Thursday's other men's match saw Barmera
beat Berri by 18.
The Lakers increased their lead at every
change, despite key player Adam Grose fouled
out of the match.
Kaiden Coats and Gary Hennigan scored
eight points each for Barmera, while Darren
Marner and Aaron Francis scored five each
Saturday's games saw Waikerie continue
its good form with a five-point win over
Renmark is still unbeaten in division one
women's basketball after beating Waikerie
by three points in a close contest on Thursday.
Abby Perry (11) and Reeni Leuders (10) led
the way for Renmark, with Hannah Lehmann
adding 15 for Waikerie.
Berri beat Barmera in a low-scoring affair
on Thursday by eight points.
Ebony Hoffmann, Tegan Moldovan and
Lauren Hill all scored six points for the
Blazers, while Mikaela Britten added four for
Saturday's games saw Waikerie cruise to
victory over Barmera by 34 points.
The Warriors amassed 23 points in the third
quarter, with Chloe Linke finishing the night
with 18. Bronte Phillips and Annabel O'Dea
scored four each for Barmera.
Loxton defeated Berri by 17 in the final
match of the round.
Leah Uren (nine) and Sharona Edwards
(eight) were Loxton's best, with Cobie
Drogemuller scoring nine for Berri.
Loxton 41 (A. Proud 19, C. Rogers 7, C. Lange 6,
A. Size 5, A. Tullett 2, K. Worsfold 2) d Berri 31 (D.
Marner 9, A. Francis 7, B. Clarke 6, L. Hayes 4, R.
Kunoth 2, S. Smith 2, N. Hankin 1).
Waikerie 47 (C. Mibus 15, M. White 14, L. Exton
13, K. Ling 3, G. Van Rooyen 2) d Renmark 41
(J. Warnock 16, J. McLeod 14, C. Warnock 6, C.
Seekamp 3, B. Tregeagle 2).
Barmera 37 (K. Coats 8, G. Hennigan 8, R. Hodgson
6, Danny Millard 5, Dillon Millard 5, A. Grose 4, S.
Butterworth 2) d Berri 19 (D. Marner 5, A. Francis 5,
S. Smith 4, R. Kunoth 3, L. Hayes 2).
Waikerie 38 (L. Exton 11, M. White 8, C. Mibus 7,
K. Ling 6, A. Morgan 3, G. Van Rooyen 2, C. White
1) d Barmera 33 (Dillon Millard 18, A. Grose 13, S.
Butterworth 1, K. Coats 1).
Tigers 44 d Waikerie 15; Supercats 50 d Barmera
30; Loxton 60 d Renmark 35; Allstars 43 d Berri 38.
Loxton 24 d Waikerie 18; Berri 35 d Barmera 18.
Loxton 44 (L. Uren 9, S. Edwards 8, J. Miller 8, H.
Vowles 6, L. Sweeney 6, J. Dahlitz 4, H. Bullock 3) d
Berri 27 (C. Drogemuller 9, T. Brown 7, E. Hoffmann
4, E. Eleftheriadis 4, D. Riddle 2, T. Moldovan 1).
Renmark 45 (A. Perry 11, R. Leuders 10, L. Haynes
9, S. Croft 5, T. Cooper 4, A. James 2, J. Haynes
2, S. Rucioch 2) d Waikerie 42 (H. Lehmann 15,
A. Curtis 8, T. Fridd 6, C. Griffiths 6, C. Linke 4, T.
Berri 20 (E. Hoffmann 6, T. Moldovan 6, L. Hill 6,
C. Eleftheriadis 2) d Barmera 12 (M. Britten 4, B.
Phillips 3, C. Burton 3, P. Size 2).
Waikerie 50 (C. Linke 18, H. Lehmann 11, M. Liu
7, T. Fridd 6, A. Curtis 6, R. Hahn 2) d Barmera 16
(B. Phillips 4, A. O'Dea 4, P. Size 2, M. Britten 2, H.
Learhinan 2, K. Kregar 2).
Supercats 32 d Waikerie 29; Loxton 46 d Lakers 30;
Allstars 31 d Barmera 12.
Barmera 36 d Loxton 25; Berri 36 d Supercats 11;
Blazers 34 d Waikerie 12.
Loxton 61 (T. Wagner 14, J. Will 8) d Waikerie 10 (D.
Barrow 4, J. Kafexholli 3).
Berri 47 d Barmera 25.
Loxton 39 (M. Neuman 15, J. Waechter 14) d
Supercats 26 (H. Wright 12, L. Bradley 5).
Supercats 46 (J. Drake 19, W. Gutschke 10) d
Renmark 22 (A. Haynes 6, D. Bennett 5).
Loxton 68 (D. Size 21, M. Neuman 13) d Steamers
26 (B. Rover 9, T. Austin 6).
Berri 39 d Renmark 28.
Steamers 54 d Barmera 31.
UNDER 14 (division one)
Berri 43 (E. Gregoric 20, A. Vrastaminos 8) d Loxton
40 (R. Stasinowsky 19, J. Thackeray 7).
Renmark 35 d Barmera 18.
Berri 42 d Renmark 39.
UNDER 14 (division two)
Waikerie 32 (L. Hocking 8, S. Smyth 6) d Loxton 7 (T.
Smith 4, L. Phillips 2).
Renmark 25 (C. Crook 10, K. Camilleri 5) d Loxton
14 (T. Smith 8, B. Hampel 2).
Berri 35 drew with Renmark 35.
Waikerie 37 d Berri 14.
Loxton 28 (E. Wagner 12, R. Kennedy 8) d Waikerie
8 (A. Neville 2, K. Hahn 2).
Supercats 21 (J. Oates 8, I. Williams 6) d Renmark
20 (A. Curtis 10, J. Gartner 6).
Berri 60 d Barmera 19.
Supercats 54 (J. Drake 18, M. George 10) d Loxton
13 (L. Hampel 7, L. Kahl 2).
Barmera 49 d Berri 13.
Renmark 40 d Waikerie 26.
UNDER 16 (division one)
Supercats 36 (K. Phillips 14, C. Tschirpig 12) d
Renmark 11 (E. Alexandropoulos 3, E. Brown 2).
Loxton 39 (E. Schultz 12, N. Hampel 10) d Berri 8 (K.
McMahon 4, E. Westley 4).
UNDER 16 (division two)
Loxton 36 (C. Nitschke 10, P. Stone 10) d Berri 24
(A. Rapson 8, S. Woods 6).
Waikerie 41 (A. Cain 13, R. Fillmore 10) d Loxton 23
(J. Bradley 8, P. Stone 4).
Blazers 51 d Berri 13.
Waikerie 46 d Blazers 36.
Steamers 39 d Renmark 29.
Berri 29 d Barmera 26.
Loxton 60 (B. Stasinowsky 24, Z. Furness 10) d
Waikerie 6 (S. Lehmann 5, A. Matulick 1).
Barmera 40 d Berri 21.
Loxton A accounted for
Cobdogla Gold 11-4 in Riverland
A grade softball on Saturday.
Loxton led 4-1 after two innings,
before Cobdogla closed the gap with
good batting from Bron Smith and Julie
Loxton answered with a four-bag-
ger to Hayley Symens coming from an
overthrow to score three runs.
Cobdogla Gold was kept scoreless for
the remainder of the game.
Berri defeated Cobdogla Blue by one
Cobdogla Blue started well, keeping
Berri's runs down and having Jesse
Passmore hit a four-bagger to score two
Austin Karpany slammed a four-bag-
ger at the top of the third with loaded
bases to see the Redsox take the lead
by one run.
Tough fielding from Berri kept
Cobdogla from scoring late as it held
on to win.
Loxton B also had a win, beating
Renmark by one run.
Sarah Peltz and Michelle Bradtke led
the way for the Strikers, while Amy
Selfe was best for the Angels.
Loxton B 13 (S. Peltz, M. Bradtke, D.
Lidgerwood) d Renmark 12 (A. Selfe, C. Lee,
Loxton A 11 (C. Venning, H. Symens, T.
Flood) d Cobdogla Gold 4 (H. Kassulke, B.
Smith, J. Cook).
Berri 11 (A. Karpany, K. Rosenthal, M.
Hawker-Dorshet) d Cobdogla Blue 10 (J.
Passmore, G. Dyer, M. Haaja).
Renmark 30 (C. Lee, A. McCann, D. Sullivan)
d Loxton Green 5 (M. Hartwig, T. Watkins, M.
Waikerie 24 (A. Weir, E. Pillion, J. Ebert) d
Loxton Blue 5 (J. Symens, J. Wooldridge, T.
Berri 25 d Cobdogla 16.
Renmark Blue 18 (G. Letton, L. O'Brien, H.
McDonald) d Loxton 14 (no details supplied).
Renmark White 30 d Monash 6.
Wins for A
and B sides
a shot during
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