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Crash cancels local cricket match
The Riverland A grade
Loxton and Waikerie-Ramco
was abandoned after several
Warrior players were involved
in a car crash on their way to
The match is expected to be played
at a later date.
Renmark cruised to a 140-run win
over Berri in Saturday’s only A
Renmark got off to a flying start
thanks to Simon Turk (40) smashing
the ball all over the ground, includ-
ing a six into the grandstand.
Ben Townsend was scratchy in
his first game since round one, but
eventually found his timing to reach
48, while Dan Shawyer (35), Josh
Fielke (34) added some late runs for
Berri spinner Zak Trussell bowled
with great control to take 1/22
from his eight overs, while Jake
Charnstrom’s three wickets were all
caught by Josh Williss at square leg.
Wayne Scadden bowled the final
eight over from the southern end to
finish with 3/46.
Renmark then proceeded to bowl
Berri out for just 67.
Geordie Franks scored 12 for the
Reds, before he was hit in the head
by a Luke Fitzsimmons bouncer and
then bowled two balls later.
Ash Lindner bowled some
leg spin and took three wickets.
Wayne Scadden showed some resis-
tance for Berri, and was the last
man out on 24, run out by Shaun
Topperwien at point.
Brown’s Well took on Waikerie-
Ramco for the Riverland Turf
Cricket Association B grade cricket
match on Saturday.
Matthew Hampel (58) and James
Patterson (20) put on 83 for the
Waikerie all-rounder, Adam Lean
picked up three quick wickets and
Waikerie-Ramco got themselves
back into the game.
At 3/93 after 16 overs, skipper
Lachlan Patterson strode to the
He was able to orchestrate partner-
ships of 67 with Brian Hampel (35)
and 102 with Creagh Patterson(18),
to push the score to 5/279 at the end
of 40 overs.
Lachlan Patterson finished with
132 not out.
The Cows got off to a good start
bowling and were able to get early
Conrad Slabber and Adam Flavel
opened the bowling and tore through
their top order with a spell that saw
the total score become too much for
RENMARK V BERRI
S. TURK .............................b Trussell 40
B. TOWNSEND... c Williss b Charnstrom 48
D. SHAWYER...c Williss b Charnstrom 35
K. GILLESPIE... c Ruthra b W. Scadden 8
J. FIELKE ............. c – b W. Scadden 34
A. LINDNER . .. . c Williss b Charnstrom 1
R. GILLESPIE .......... lbw W. Scadden 4
R. BOON ............................... not out 17
S. TOPPERWIEN ..................... not out 1
Extras ................................................. 20
N. SCADDEN ...........c – b K. Gillespie 0
J. WILLISS ................... b Fitzsimmons 1
J. KLEINIG .........................c – b Boon 5
G. FRANKS ................ b Fitzsimmons 12
S. BEARD.................................b Gallo 4
W. SCADDEN......................... run out 24
Z. TRUSSELL......... c – b Fitzsimmons 7
J. CHARNSTROM................ b Lindner 2
R. HOOKER .... st Townsend b Lindner 1
R. RUTHRA.......................lbw Lindner 0
R. TAYLOR ............................... not out 7
Extras ................................................... 4
Renmark Royals 3 2 0 28.77 1.19
Waikerie-Ramco 2 2 0 23.66 1.09
Gerard 9/139 d Loxton 7/126.
Gerard – G. Taylor 52, G. Halls 44, K.
Karpany Sr 15, G. Abdulla 6, A. Abdulla
Jr 8, K. Karpany Jr 4, J. Abdulla 0, A.
Abdulla Sr 4, M. Abdulla 0no, K. Taylor
Bowling – W. Gutsche 0/22, B. Lynch
0/26, S. McKenzie 5/30.
Loxton – S. McKenzie 0, W. Gutsche
9, T. Tol 28, B. Lynch 16, J. Inglis 38, B.
Butson 2, M. Worsfold 4no, H. Nitschke 4,
P. Magarey 1no.
Bowling – K. Karpany Sr 2/16, A. Abdulla
1/29, M. Abdulla 0/11, G. Abdulla 1/18,
K. Karpany Jr 1/16, J. Abdulla 0/11, A.
Abdulla Sr 2/12, G. Halls 0/5, K. Taylor
Brown’s Well 5/279 d Waikerie-Ramco
Brown’s Well – J. Patterson 20, M.
Hampel 58, B. Hampel 32, C. van
der Merwe 2, L. Patterson 132no, C.
Patterson 18, T. Victor 2no.
Bowling – no details supplied.
Waikerie-Ramco – no details supplied.
Bowling – A. Flavel 5/10, C. Slabber
2/11, L. Patterson 2/11, D. Wall 1/1, C.
Wunkar 7/126 d Waikerie Gold 8/122.
Wunkar – J. Pontt 0, L. Evans 7, J.
Berger 1, B. Victor 18, L. Cregan 25no,
T. Pontt 8, B. Schubert 30, H. Bobilak 3,
L. Pontt 18no.
Bowling – M. Carter 0/18, B. Helbig 1/19,
R. Tregenza 1/8, M. Bagguley 2/39, J.
Russell 0/24, B. Hahn 1/15.
Waikerie Gold – M. Bagguley 0, B. Helbig
35, J. English 9, R. Tregenza 21, M.
Fitzgerald 32, J. Russell 7, M. Carter 3no,
B. Hahn 0, T. English 0, D. Hilton 0no.
Bowling – L. Cregan 3/28, B. Falting
0/11, H. Bobilak 0/19, L. Pontt 0/21, T.
Pontt 0/24, L. Evans 3/8, B. Victor 0/11.
Brown’s Well 4 0 0 40 5.92
Waikerie Gold 2 2 0 20 1.25
Waikerie-Ramco 2 2 0 20 0.52
Renmark Royals 0 4 0 0 0.15
Berri 4/146 (J. Charlton 50ret, J. Nelson
16ret, A. Dayman 16ret, J. Zunic 2/4, H.
McBride 1/9, K. Radloff 1/23) d Renmark
6/109 (D. Mills 28ret, J. Mason 9ret, H.
Thiel 8, J. Charlton 2/6, S. Sowkath 2/10,
R. Herbert 1/8, A. Dayman 1/17).
LOXTON FIELD AND GAME
Results from the 75 handicap
AA: K. Nickolai 78, C . Nunn 74.
A: J. Page 81, Bryce Eagle 73.
B: R. Gibbs 84, M. Rover 83.
C: B. Gibbs 89, C. Miller 84.
DIVISION ONE, ROUND 18
Kath & Kim 3/10/244 d Kel Knight 2/10/248.
G. Marlor d K. Watts 3-2; P.Grosser d T. Giles
3-0; A. Searles lost to M. Taylor 1-3; J. Falland
lost to D. Voigt 0-3; P. Johnston d K. Bament
Russell Coight 3/10/244 d Sir Les Patterson
D. Schultz d S. Coombs 3-1; M. Cash d S.
Smart 3-1; C. Todd d W. Voigt 3-0; A. Nelson
lost to R. Hahn 1-3; P. Horsfall lost to O. Stone
Strop 4/12/210 d Dodgy Brothers 1/4/185.
T. Marlor d A. Lawrie 3-0; S. Emery d J.
Vaughan 3-0; C. Robertson d P. Miller 3-1; K.
Wangahu d P. Reynolds 3-0; J. Robertson lost
to S. Knowles 0-3 .
LOCAL SPORT RESULTS
Bumper weekend for Loxton golfers
by Steve Patching
A busy weekend of golf
saw players competing
in a monthly medal as
well as the Closing Day
Andrew Golding struck form
at the right time, winning the
final winter season’s Hand Built
Homes Monthly Medal.
Golding’s 91 for a net 69
included five pars.
He opened and finished with
pars in a fine display of golf.
Dean Peberdy took second
after edging out three other golf-
ers who all finished on net 70.
Sunday’s closing day saw
the traditional pinehurst being
contested by men’s and mixed
Kim Rivett and Craig Tresize
took the men’s competition
by a narrow one quarter of a
point over Phillip Proud and
Saturday’s monthly medal win-
ner Andrew Golding.
Recent arrivals Peter and Cate
Cahill continue to impress.
Cate Cahill won the mid-week
women’s stableford, while Peter
Cahill was runner-up in the
men’s mid-week competition.
On Sunday they combined
to comfortably win the mixed
Winter season awards went to
Hassan Kara-Ali and Marlene
Tyler, who won the ‘eclectic
Saturday, Hand Built Monthly
Medal – A. Golding 91/69, D .
Peberdy 94/70, H. Kara-Ali 84/70,
S. Patching 88/70, P. Richardson
90/70, J . Fogden 91/71, P.
Fournaros 101/72, B. Proud 79/72.
Nearest the pin: 2nd P. Proud, 15th
S. Semmler. Birdies: 2nd B. Hahn,
P. Duthoit. Long drive: G. MacInnes
(A grade), R. Pfeiler (B grade).
Sunday, Loxton Hardware
Closing Day Pinehurst – Men:
K. Rivett and C. Tresize 75/69, P.
Proud and A. Golding 89/69 1⁄4, A.
Ling and T. Sawade 69 and three
eights. Mixed: P. and C. Cahill 92/70
and five eights, D. Peberdy and
K. Henwood 89/72 1⁄2, D. and M.
Tyler 72 and seven eights. Nearest
the pin: 2nd D. Tyler 265cm, 5th
G. Parry 1000cm, 12th P. Cahill
360cm, 15th J. Cooney 950cm.
Long drive: S. Harris (men), J.
Wednesday stableford – Men: P.
Fournaros 36, P. Cahill 36, D. Zeliff
36, T. Arndt 36, D. Howes 35, C.
Berry 34, A. Ling 34, B. Brooks
33, P. Noble 33. Birdies: 2nd H.
Kara-Ali, 15th P. Noble. Women: C.
Cahill 34, J. Fogden 34, M. Tyler
34, S. Britton 34. Nearest the pin:
Club winter season awards –
Men: men’s eclectic: H. Kara-Ali 59;
net best: D. Peberdy 358. Women:
captain’s trophy: E. Rollbusch;
Marlene Wall Trophy: Y. Tatt; vet-
eran’s gross score: J. Fogden; vet-
eran’s handicap: K. Nolan, eclectic
and most birdies: M. Tyler.
Winners of the Closing Day Pinehurst (from left) Craig Tresize
and Kim Rivett, Cate and Peter Cahill.
Whatevers 17 (S. Hucks, B.
Durdin) d Barking Spiders
(S. Meneghetti, E. Flavel);
The Spuds 24 (D. Fromm,
H. Maloney) d Plastered
Penguins 11 (T. McKenzie,
A. Worsfold); Teachers 28
(C. Thiele, M. Arnold) d A
Team 17 (G. Schilling, J.
Kamikazie Troll Dolls 28
(J. Patterson, C. Ramsey)
d The Invincibles 10 (D.
Hampel, E . Botting);
Bombers 23 (C. Wall, A.
Charles) d Thirsty Ballers
12 (B. Harrington, G. Berry);
Skittles 27 (H. Sanford, M.
Charles) d Mixed Nuts 20
(D. Krause, L. Brown).
Plastered Penguins 22
(M. Scott, A. Worsfold) d
K. Schulz); Barking Spiders
32 (E. Flavel, B. Flavel) d
Teachers 23 (R. Nicholls,
B. Thomas); The Spuds 19
(D. Fromm, N. Hopper) d
A Team 16 (J. Norman, A.
Thirsty Ballers 29 (M.
Middleton, L. Fletcher) d
Crapachinos 7 (B. Wilksch,
D. Bartel); Bombers 19
(G. Patterson, M. Rudd)
d Skittles 16 (H. Sanford,
S. Charles); Mixed Nuts
19 (T. Perry, C. Krause) d
Kamikazie Troll Dolls (A.
Vowles, P. Perre).
A Team 28 (Z. Schubert,
*) d Whatevers 12 (A.
Reichstein, *); Teachers 33
(S. Beauchamp, R. Nickolls)
d The Spuds 24 (N. Hopper,
T. McKenzie); Plastered
Penguins 19 (A. Worsfold,
*) d Barking Spiders 17 (E.
Flavel, C. St Clair).
Kamikaze Troll Dolls 23 (P.
Perre, A. Vowles) d Skittles
22 (A. Charles, B. Martin);
The Mixed Nuts 23 (T. Perry,
C. Krause) d Crapachinos 6
(J. Wilksch, B. Wilksch); The
Invincibles 18 (D. Hampel,
J. Neville) d Thirsty Ballers
8 (M. Middleton, G. Berry).
*Teams are reminded to supply
full names for best and fairest.
LOXTON MIXED NETBALL
Victory for SAPSASA teams
The Riverland SAPSASA cricket
and tennis teams returned from
Adelaide victorious recently.
The Riverland ground out a hard
fought nine-run win over Onkaparinga
North to claim the division four cricket
The higest scorer was again captain
Evan Gregoric, who scored 49 before
being caught at square leg. He put on 58
with fellow opener Jared Zunic.
Keepers Wes Frankel and Talyn Eagle
were excellent, with Eagle whipping the
bails off for four late run outs.
Meanwhile, the tennis team went
through the entire division three tourna-
ment undefeated, winning 18 sets to zero.
The team played matches against
Lower South East, Onkaparinga South
and Centra Eyre.
The teenis team will compete in divi-
sion two next year.
Spectators and officials from the
opposition teams praised the Riverland’s
cricket and tennis teams for their sports-
manship and skills.
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