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LEFT: Jess Voigt gets one away for Loxton A during Saturday's A/B grade softball match. MIDDLE: Emma Nykiel was best on ground for Loxton A in their win over Cobdogla Blue on
Saturday. RIGHT: Haylee Symens leaps to get her Cobdogla opponent out at second base.
-- Grant Schwartzkopff photos
Double delight for Loxton softballers
Big wins were the order
of the day in round six of
Riverland A/B grade softball
With an average winning margin
of 18 runs across the three match-
es, a clear pecking order has been
Both of Loxton's teams won com-
fortably, while Cobdogla Gold also
had a big win.
Loxton B easily accounted for
Berri 22-4, with some fumbles in
the field from Berri making it easier
for the Strikers.
Codie Tilbrook started Berri off
with a three-bagger, but a home run
to Loxton B's Leanne Johnson in
the top of the third cancelled that
Berri was unable to score enough
runs and fell to the mercy rule after
the third innings.
Kathy Johnson and Mel Serafin
led the way for Loxton B, while
Ivay Campbell and Vicki Taylor
played well for the Redsox.
Loxton A easily accounted for
Cobdogla Blue 24-1.
Cobdogla Blue only managed one
run for the day, while in contrast
Loxton scored 10 runs in the second
Tyler Flood recorded two four-
baggers, while Emma Nykiel and
Hayley Symens added one each.
Michelle Hayes made some great
saves on first base.
The Strikers added another 10
runs late in the game to win com-
Catcher Emma Nykiel and Flood
were best for the Strikers, while
Josh Pascoe and Rachel Harrow led
the way for Cobdogla Blue.
Cobdogla Gold defeated Renmark
17-4 in the final game for the
Bron Smith and Jo Gregory
were on song for the Eagles, while
Tarina Walker-Briggs and Denise
Moldovan battled hard for the
Loxton B 22 (K. Johnson, M. Serafin, S.
Peltz) d Berri 4 (I. Campbell, V. Taylor,
Loxton A 24 (E. Nykiel, T. Flood, C.
Venning) d Cobdogla Blue 1 (J. Pascoe,
R. Harrow, J. Passmore).
Cobdogla Gold 17 (B. Smith, J. Gregory,
J. Pech) d Renmark 4 (T. Walker-Briggs,
D. Moldovan, K. Radloff).
Loxton Blue 17 (T. Steike, J. Symens,
M. Bristow) d Berri 11 (K. Ferguson, K.
Jesser, T. Healy).
Cobdogla 22 (no details supplied) d
Loxton Green 7 (A. Griffiths, J. Garvie,
Renmark 20 d Waikerie 14.
Waikerie 18 (I. Donald, C. Campbell,
A. Weir) d Loxton 14 (C. Koehne, M.
Hartwig, A. Griffiths).
Renmark Blue 27 d Monash 7.
Renmark White 21 d Berri 21.
Finals now in sight
While Loxton had a bye in
last week's Riverland division
one basketball, Barmera kept its
finals hopes alive with two wins
from as many matches in division
one women's match.
The young Lakers side overcame
fourth-placed Berri by six points on
Thursday, before picking up the big
scalp of Waikerie on Saturday.
Thursday's game saw Barmera once
again pull away in the final quarter to
A good team performance from
Barmera got it over the line, with
Kregar and Ashlee Wutke top scoring
with six poins each.
Waikerie women made it two losses
in a row for Renmark, beating the
Steamers by six points on Thursday.
The Warriors led by 14 points head-
ing into the final quarter, but Renmark
stormed home to reduce the margin to
Waikerie had a hard-fought win over
Barmera in division one men's basket-
ball on Saturday.
Renmark upset Waikerie on Thursday,
beating the Warriors by five points.
The Steamers trailed by two points
at half time, but stormed home in the
Barmera smashed Berri by 22 points
in the final game of the round.
Waikerie 34 (L. Exton 10, S. Steele, M. White
8, M. Liebig 5, T. Morgan 2, K. Ling 1) d
Barmera 29 (Danny Millard 14, Dillon Millard
8, K. Coats, R. Hodgson 3, N. Morrow 1).
Barmera 52 (K. Coats 16, M. Wellington 14,
Danny Millard 12, Dillon Millard 10) d Berri
30 (N. Hankin 10, S. Smith 6, L. Francis, L.
Hayes, M. Howie 4, B. Clarke 2).
Renmark 42 (J. Warnock 13, C. Seekamp
9, B. Pater, B. Tregeagle 6, D. Leuders,
H. Brown 3, I. Kolcas 2) d Waikerie 37 (C.
Mibus, M. White 8, S. Steele 42, T. Morgan
6, A. Morgan 5, L. Exton 3).
Loxton 60 d Barmera 33; Supercats 41 d
Berri 31; Allstars 50 d Tigers 36.
Supercats 37 d Barmera 20; Berri 42 d
Barmera 31 (A. O'Dea 10, A. Wutke, K.
Kregar 6, H. Learhinan 5, D. Millington, M.
Britten 2) d Waikerie 26 (H. Lehmann 15, A.
Curtis 5, T. Fridd 4, T. Griffiths 1).
Barmera 27 (A. Wutke, K. Kregar 6, A. O'Dea
5, H. Learhinan 3, M. Britten, P. Size 2, B.
Phillips 1) d Berri 21 (C. Drogemuller 8, K.
Krollig 5, T. Moldovan, A. Krollig 4, T. Brown 3).
Waikerie 38 (C. Griffiths 12, H. Lehmann
10, A. Curtis 7, T. Fridd 6, T. Griffiths 2, R.
Hahn 1) d Renmark 32 (A. Modlinski 12, J.
Haynes 8, R. Leuders 7, S. Rucioch 3, J.
Loxton 33 d Allstars 30; Waikerie 26 d
Renmark 51 d Supercats 6; Berri 42 d
Loxton 22; Blazers 41 d Barmera 21.
U18: Loxton 37 d Berri 35; Renmark 39 d
U16: Supercats 37 drew Loxton 37; Berri 27
d Renmark 21; Steamers 35 d Barmera 20.
U14 (div 1): Loxton 51 d Renmark 18; Berri
86 d Barmera 16.
U14 (div 2): Loxton 30 d Berri 16.
U12: Loxton 33 d Waikerie 10; Barmera 43 d
Supercats 11; Berri 71 d Loxton 9.
U18: Supercats 53 d Waikerie 24; Supercats
60 d Loxton 11; Renmark 36 d Barmera 33;
Berri 45 d Loxton 8; Barmera 62 d Berri 20.
U16 (div 1): Loxton 41 d Barmera 21; Berri
27 d Renmark 25.
U16 (div 2): Loxton 29 d Waikerie 28; Blazers
27 d Loxton 23; Blazers 29 d Berri 16.
U14: Loxton 35 d Barmera 22; Renmark 38
d Berri 9.
U12: Loxton 74 d Waikerie 0; Loxton 32
d Berri 12; Renmark 26 d Barmera 16;
Barmera 33 d Berri 13.
Cobdogla and Renmark
Tintra pushed further ahead
of the pack in Riverland
division one tennis on
Cobdogla defeated bottom
side Loxton 8-4 to narrowly stay
ahead of Renmark on the ladder.
Cobdogla led 4-2 after the
doubles and dominated most the
singles matches to win comfort-
ably in the end.
Shane Nettle, Brodie Kollmann,
Katie Saville and Benita Dillon
gave up one game between them
for Cobdogla, with the latter three
not dropping a game.
Dale Stirling defeated Sam
Butterworth 9-3 and Hamish
Peberdy did likewise to Brodie
Fridd for Loxton.
Renmark Tintra held off
Barmera to win 7-5 on
Scores were locked at three
rubbers apiece and games at 27-
all at the break, before Renmark
took control in the singles.
Waikerie has shown improve-
ment in recent weeks, but
fell just short of a determined
Waikerie led by just one game
after the doubles, but Berri-view
turned it around in the singles.
Cobdogla 8-67 d Loxton 4-41.
Doubles: S. Nettle/L. Hampshire d P.
Smith/D. Stirling 6-1; L. Hampshire/B.
Fridd lost to P. Smith/H. Peberdy 1-6;
S. Butterworth/B. Kollmann lost to H.
Peberdy/J. Smith 5-7; S. Butterworth/
B. Kollmann d D. Stirling/J. Smith 7-
6; K. Saville/B. Dillon d N. Kruger/D.
Lueth 6-1; K. Saville/B. Dillon d N.
Kruger/B. Smith 6-1. Singles: Nettle
d P. Smith 9-1; Butterworth lost to
Stirling 3-9; Fridd lost to Peberdy 3-9;
Kollmann d J. Smith 9-0; Saville d
Kruger 6-0; Dillon d Lueth 6-0.
Renmark Tintra 7-67 d Barmera
Doubles: J. Pick/J. van der Hoek
lost to C. Florance/M. Horsman 4-
6, 5-7; M. Roy/D. Strongman d J.
Wright/P. Jericho 6-4; D. Strongman/
J. Strelan d J. Wright/P. Jericho 6-
2; S. Rucioch/K. Martin lost to K.
Bannear/E. Marks 0-6; S. Rucioch/K.
Martin d K. Bannear/S. Albrecht 6-2.
Singles: Strongman lost to Florance
6-9; van der Hoek d Jericho 9-6; Roy
d Wright 9-3; Strelan lost to Horsman
4-9; Rucioch d Bannear 6-2; Martin d
Berri-view 6-59 d Waikerie 6-58.
Doubles: A. Drogemuller/D. Nelsson
lost to T. Lehmann/S. Steele 1-6, 3-
6; P. Reid/R. Day d L. McWaters/B.
Cavanagh 6-3, 6-3; N. Weatherall/A.
Shotton d P. Kroehn/T. Adamczyk
3-6, 6-2. Singles: Drogemuller lost to
Lehmann 3-9; Nelsson lost to Steele
5-9; Reid d McWaters 9-4; Day d
Cavanagh 9-4; Weatherall lost to
Kroehn 2-6; Shotton d Adamczyk 6-
Cobdogla 7-61 d Loxton Silver 5-
Doubles: L. Hale/B. Rogers d S.
Gillett/C. Wall 7-6, 6-1; T. Knoblauch/
C. Knoblauch d G. Cubbin/B. Wierda
6-2, 6-0; S. Pearn/J. Pearn lost to N.
Burgmeyer/K. Wall 2-6; S. Pearn/C.
Kollmann lost to L. Zdanowicz/K. Wall
3-6. Singles: Hale lost to Gillett 2-9;
Rogers d C. Wall 9-2; T. Knoblauch
d Cubbin 9-1; C. Knoblauch d Wierda
9-3; Pearn lost to Burgemeyer 1-6;
Kollmann lost to Zdanowicz 1-6.
Berri-view Red 9-69 d Barmera 3-
Berri-view Blue 7-62 d Renmark
Moorook 8-48 d Loxton 0-11.
Doubles: A. Smith/B. Walkington d B.
Coombe/C. Allister 6-0, 6-1; M. Hill/K.
Leigh d V. Nobile/M. Bristow 6-1; D.
Hill/M. Hill d V. Nobile/M. Bristow 6-4.
Singles: Smith d Coombe 6-1; D. Hill
d Allister 6-1; M. Hill d Nobile 6-3;
Leigh d Bristow 6-0.
Cobdogla 8-50 d Paringa Swans
Paringa Red Dogs 4-35 d Renmark
Cobby and Renmark push ahead
ROUND ONE, ROUND 18
Kath & Kim 3/10/244 d Kel Knight
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 3-2.
Russell Coight 3/10/244 d Sir Les
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 0-3.
Strop 4/12/210 d Dodgy Brothers
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
DIVISION ONE, ROUND 20
Kath & Kim 4/12/240 d Uncle Authur
G. Marlor d D. Bright 3-0; J. Vaughan
d S. Emery 3-2; A. Searles d C.Todd
3-0; J. Falland lost to J. Searles 0-3;
P. Johnston d S. Knowles 3-0.
Russell Coight 3/9/244 d Kel Knight
D. Schultz d K. Watts 3-0; M. Cash d
T. McDonald 3-2; B. Duffin d M. Taylor
3-2; A. Nelson lost to D. Voigt 0-3; T.
Stehbens los to K. Bament 0-3.
Sir Les Patterson 3/13/274 d Ted
S. Coombs d B. Chapman 3-2; S.
Smart d P. Grosser 3-1; P. Wurst lost
to W. Voigt 2-3; R.Hahn d M. Rudiger
3-0; O. Stone lost to R. Romeo 2-3.
Next week's first round of finals
sees Strop against Kel Knight in the
second semi-final and Ted Bullpitt
take on Sir Les Patterson in the first
RIVERLAND SQUASH RESULTS
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