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Loxton stumbles in the west
to winning lead
Renmark by 11 points
in Thursday’s Riverland
division one men’s
The Supercats raced to a
29-15 lead at half time, before
the Steamers lifted in the sec-
Adam Proud (17 points)
dominated for Loxton, par-
ticularly in the second quarter
when he scored eight points in
a row for the Supercats.
Craig Seekamp (10 points)
was prominent early for
Renmark, while Brandan
Tregeagle showed a glimpse
of what he is capable of, fin-
ishing with 10 points, includ-
ing two threes.
Berri nearly pulled off the
upset on Thursday night.
The Blazers played their
hearts out, but fell one-point
short of Waikerie.
The Warriors led by six
points heading into the final
term, but some strong play
from Steven Smith and then
to Darren Marner got Berri
within reach of victory.
However, Luke Exton cool-
ly nailed two free throws to
seal the win for Waikerie.
Shaun Steele scored 18
points for Waikerie, while
Exton and Grant van Rooyen
added seven each.
Marner top scored for the
Blazers with 16 and Ben
Clarke scored nine.
Renmark continued its win-
ning streak in division
one women, beating second-
placed Loxton by three points
The Steamers took the early
lead, with Shenae Rucioch
enjoying a big first quarter.
Loxton worked its way into
the game via Ellie Thomas
(eight points), who was par-
ticularly strong inside the
Lori Haynes (11 points)
dominated the second half for
Renmark, which held on for a
vital win, with Tylah Cooper
(five) also playing well.
Hannah Lehmann led
Waikerie to a 16-point vic-
tory over Berri on Thursday.
Lehmann scored 20 points
before being fouled out, while
Mica Liu scored 14, including
three from outside the arc.
Tegan Moldovan scored 12
points for the Blazers, with
eight coming from the free
throw line in the final quarter,
while Indee Thiele added 10.
Loxton 41 (A. Proud 17, C. Rogers
7, A. Size 5, C. Lange, A. Tullett,
K. Worsfold 4) d Renmark 30 (B.
Tregeagle, C. Seekamp 10, B.
Pater 4, J. Warnock, C. Warnock,
H. Brown 2).
Waikerie 40 (S. Steele 18, G. van
Rooyen, L. Exton 7, C. Mibus
6, A. Morgan 2) d Berri 39 (D.
Marner 16, B. Clarke 9, L. Francis
6, S. Smith 5, N. Hankin 2, L.
Supercats 48 d Allstars 34; Tigers
35 d Renmark 19.
Supercats 42 d Waikerie 24.
Renmark 34 (L. Haynes 11, S.
Croft 6, T. Cooper 5, S. Rucioch,
A. James 4, J. Haynes, A. Perry
2) d Loxton 31 (L. Sweeney, E.
Thomas 8, L. Uren 4, J. Dahlitz 3,
H. Bullock, H. Vowles, J. Miller, J.
Waikerie 55 (H. Lehmann 20, M.
Liu 14, A. Curtis 12, C. Linke 6, T.
Griffiths 3) d Berri 39 (T. Moldovan
12, I. Thiele 10, M. Wenman 7, T.
Brown, E. Hoffmann 4, A. Krollig
Supercats 44 d Barmera 28.
Blazers 43 d Supercats 18;
Renmark 34 d Waikerie 19.
Loxton 30 d Barmera 29; Renmark
60 d Waikerie 4.
Loxton 44 d Steamers 29.
UNDER 16 (division one)
Supercats 48 d Barmera 19;
Loxton 57 d Renmark 39.
UNDER 16 (division two)
Blazers 47 d Berri 24;
Supercats 49 d Renmark 22;
Waikerie 35 d Berri 32.
Loxton 39 d Waikerie 6; Berri 39 d
UNDER 14 (division one)
Berri 53 d Supercats 19; Steamers
49 d Barmera 23; Loxton 38 d
UNDER 14 (division two)
Waikerie 32 d Loxton 25; Berri 24
d Renmark 23.
Loxton 71 d Barmera 40;
Supercats 47 d Berri 17; Steamers
43 d Renmark 31.
Renmark 79 d Waikerie 22.
Waikerie won its first match
of the year 7-5 against Loxton
in Riverland division one tennis
Scores were locked at 3-3 after the
doubles, but wins to Troy Lehmann,
Steven Braun, Sonia Adamczyk and
Shaun Steele in the singles sealed the
win for Waikerie.
Drew Kassulke and Delaney Lueth
were Loxton’s only winners.
Berri-view brought Renmark Tintra
back to earth with a 9-3 win.
In what is shaping as one of the
closest seasons for some time, Berri-
view comfortably won the match to
move into third spot on the ladder.
Berri-view dominated the singles
matches, with wins to Paul Reid, Rob
Day, Georgia Tzanavaras and Marnie
Stewart, along with a big 9-1 vic-
tory to Adam Drogemuller over David
John van der Hoek was Renmark
Tintra’s only singles winner, beating
Drew Nelsson 9-7.
Cobdogla moved back to the top of
the table with an 8-4 victory over
Barmera. Cobdogla’s women proved
the difference, with Katie Saville and
Benita Dillon winning their doubles
rubbers 6-0, 6-0.
While the men continued to trade
sets in the singles, Saville and Dillon
continued their dominance.
Saville beat Sarah-Jane Albrecht 6-
1, while Dillon defeated Penney by
the same margin.
Shane Nettle and Brodie Fridd were
also triumphant for Cobdogla, while
Will Koskinas and Justin Bannear
improved Barmera’s score.
Waikerie 7-67 d Loxton 5-51.
Doubles: T. Lehmann/S. Steele d P. Smith/
H. Peberdy 6-2; T. Lehmann/S. Steele d P.
Smith/J. Smith 6-0; S. Braun/L. McWaters
d J. Smith/D. Kassulke 6-4; S. Braun/L.
McWaters lost to H. Peberdy/D. Kassulke
3-6 S. Adamczyk/T. Adamczyk lost to N.
Kruger/D. Lueth 3-6, 4-6.
Singles: Lehmann d P. Smith 9-4;
Steele d Peberdy 9-2; Braun d J. Smith
9-3; McWaters lost to Kassulke 4-9; S.
Adamczyk d Kruger 6-3; T. Adamczyk lost
to Lueth 2-6.
Berri-view 9-81 d Renmark Tintra 3-57.
Doubles: A. Drogemuller/D. Nelsson lost to
J. Pick/J. van der Hoek 4-6; A. Drogemuller/
D. Nelsson d D. Strongman/M. Roy 7-6; P.
Reid/R. Day d D. Strongman/J. van der
Hoek 6-2; P. Reid/R. Day lost to M. Roy/M.
Schuetze 5-7; G. Tzanavaras/A. Shotton d
S. Rucioch/R. Luethke 6-1; A. Shotton/M.
Stewart d S. Rucioch/R. Luethke 6-4.
Singles: Drogemuller d Strongman 9-1;
Nelsson lost to van der Hoek 7-9; Reid d
Roy 9-8; Day d Schuetze 9-4; Tzanavaras
d Luethke 6-4; Stewart d Rucioch 7-5.
Cobdogla 8-78 d Barmera 4-48.
Doubles: S. Nettle/B. Fridd d C. Florance/
M. Horsman 6-4; S. Nettle/B. Fridd lost to C.
Florance/W. Koskinas 6-7; L. Hampshire/B.
Kollmann d J. Bannear/P. Jericho 7-5; L.
Hampshire/B. Kollmann lost to P. Jericho/
J. Wright 5-7; K. Saville/B. Dillon d S.
Albrecht/B. Penney 6-0, 6-0.
Singles: Nettle d Florance 9-1; Hampshire
lost to Koskinas 7-9; Kollmann lost to
Bannear 5-9; Fridd d J. Wright 9-4; Saville
d Albrecht 6-1; Dillon d Penney 6-1.
Loxton Silver 7/59 d Loxton Gold 5-66.
Doubles: S. Gillett/C. Wall lost to S. Blaser/
T. Kassulke 1-6, 7-6; G. Cubbin/T. Alm
lost to T. Doecke/C. Maczowiack 1-6, 2-6;
N. Borgmeyer/K. Wall d E. Zdanowicz/N.
Graetz 2-6; N. Borgmeyer/K. Wall d N.
Graetz/J. Zdanowicz 7-6.
Singles: Gillett lost to Blaser 6-9; Wall
d Kassulke 9-7; Cubbin d Doecke 9-7;
Alm lost to Maczkowiack 0-9; Borgmeyer
d E. Zdanowicz 6-1; L. Zdanowicz d J.
Barmera 7-69 d Berri-view Blue 5-52.
Cobdogla 7-69 d Renmark Tintra 5-54.
Paringa Swans 8-48 d Loxton 0-7.
Doubles: J. Clohesy/B. Pittaway d V. Nobile/
B. Coombe 6-1; J. Clohesy/N. Dillon d B.
Coombe/R. Cook 6-2; N. Dillon/L. Eckert
d B. Wierda/R. Cook 6-0; B. Pittaway/L.
Eckert d V. Nobile/B. Wierda 6-1.
Singles: Clohesy d Nobile 6-0; Pittaway d
Coombe 6-2; Dillon d Wierda 6-0; Eckert
d Cook 6-1.
Moorook 7-46 d Paringa Red Dogs 1-18.
Doubles: A. Smith/B. Walkington d B.
Gudgeon/J. Paterson 6-3, 6-2; M. Hill/D.
Hill d T. Rover/C. Shorrock 6-3; M. Hill/H.
Hill d T. Rover/C. Shorrock 6-1.
Singles: Smith lost to Gudgeon 4-6; D. Hill
d Paterson 6-3; M. Hill d Rover 6-0; H. Hill
d Shorrock 6-0.
Renmark Tintra 5-36 d Cobdogla 2-20.
RIVERLAND JUNIOR TENNIS
Boys: Loxton Black d Berri-view Red 5-36
to 1-30; Waikerie d Loxton Yellow 5-43 to
Boys: Cobdogla d Loxton 5-39 to 1-21
Girls: Renmark-Tintra d Loxton 4-36 to 2-28
Mixed: Loxton Blue d Renmark-Tintra
Dolphins 3-25 to 3-24; Renmark Tintra
Kookaburras d Loxton Red 3-28 to 3-26.
Mixed: Loxton Green d Loxton Purple 3-26
to 3-21; Berri-view Red d Loxton Maroon
6-36 to 0-15; Loxton Orange d Cobdogla
Falcons 6-36 to 0-10.
A and B squads go head-to-head
Loxton A easily
accounted for Loxton
B 9-2 in Riverland
A/B grade softball on
Loxton A led 1-0 after
three innings, but Jess Voigt
hit a three-bagger and Tyler
Flood scored a four-bagger
in the fourth to give Loxton
a 7-1 lead.
Loxton B was on the verge
of scoring big runs itself in
the next innings, but a dou-
ble play and terrific catch
to Amy Lidgerwood ended
any hopes of a comeback.
top softball teams
fought out a 17-all draw
Jesse Passmore pulled off
a double play for Cobdogla
Blue and hit two four-bag-
gers, while Michelle Hayes
and Wendy Leckie also
Cobdogla Gold’s Heidi
Kassulke hit a three-bagger,
while Julie Cook and Jade
Pech tried hard to get their
side over the line.
Renmark cruised to a 19-
8 victory in the round’s
Berri was within one
run at one stage, but some
great pitching from Amy
Selfe and good team batting
helped the Angels move
Gemma Letton picked
up a four-bagger for the
Loxton A 9 (J. Voigt, A.
Lidgerwood, H . Symens) d
Loxton B 2 (K. Johnson, H.
Watkins, E. Richardson).
Renmark 19 (G. Letton, C. Le,
A. Selfe) d Berri 8 (M. Hawker,
K. Rosenthal, T. Benham).
Cobdogla Gold 17 (J. Passmore,
M. Hayes, W. Leckie) drew with
Cobdogla Blue 17 (J. Cook, J.
Pech, C. Passmore).
Loxton Blue 28 (J. Symens,
C. Hammerstein, T. Steicke)
d Cobdogla 5 (J. Mulvey, B.
Roberts, R. Harrow).
Waikerie 26 (T. van Dam, M.
Briscoe, J. Hanson) d Loxton
Green 4 (T. Watkins, C .
Hammerstein, J. Garvie).
Renmark 26 d Berri.
Renmark White 19 (no
details supplied) d Loxton 16
(C. Koehne, M. Hartwig, C.
Renmark Blue 13 d Waikerie 11.
Berri 35 d Monash 16.
Mixed results for local sides
There was mixed
results for local teams
in the latest round of
Loxton RSL defeated Berri
Club 11 nil, while Loxton
RSL Kaos went down to
Waikerie Club 9-2 .
Monash Wanderers nearly
caused an upset over Bourky’s
Mob, as they jumped to a 4-2
lead, but Wanderers fought
back to level the score five all
going into the teams game.
Wanderers were unable to
hold Bourky’s Mob out and
went down 6-5.
In other matches, Barmera
Odd Bods had a close one
against Cobby Kaos win-
ning 6-5 and Barmera Hotel
defeated Tanya’s Terrors 8-3.
Waikerie Club 9 (Shane
McKinnon 140, 121x2, 100x3,
E. Walters 140, 123, 100x4, W.
Schwatzkopff 125, 100 x 5, Steve
McKinnon 100x4) d Loxton RSL
Kaos 2 (M. Reichelt 140x2, 100,
T. Romeo, 125x2, 100).
Loxton RSL 11 (S. Pankhurst 180,
140, 100x5, R . Martin 123, 100,
A. Hargreaves 100x2, T. Smith
100x2, A. Lovegrove 100) d Berri
Club nil (N. Gregory 100x2).
Barmera Hotel 8 d Tanya’s
Barmera Odd Bods 6 d Cobby
Bourky’s Mob 6 d Monash
Loxton golfer Dustin
Fromm had a brilliant
day of golf recently.
The local golfer claimed
$1000 in prizemoney for
hitting a hole-in-one at the
Barmera Spring Classic.
Fromm played the difficult
par three with a perfect four-
Local golfer Dustin Fromm (right) is congratulated by Barmera
Golf Club president Neville McPherson.
Tennis young guns
The Riverland enjoyed one of its most
comprehensive junior victories over the
Sunraysia Tennis Association at Renmark
The Riverland, led by captains Adam
Drogemuller and Shenae Rucioch, proved far
too good for the visiting Mildura team, winning
Local tennis star Delaney Lueth proved vital for
the Riverland side, defeating her opponent 6-1 in
under 14 girls singles match.
Other local standout players included Drew
Kassulke and Callan Maczkowiack.
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