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WE REQUIRE COACHES
FOR SEASON 2015
Senior Men, Open Women,
Applications to: President, Loxton United Soccer
Club, PO Box 1695, Loxton SA 5333
Applications close Wednesday, February 25th, 2015
Open Women 14-16yrs
Snr Men & Women 17-18yrs
Snr Men & Women
Club merchandise will also be available
for purchase, plus pre-loved boots for $5.
Tuesday, March 3, 2015
4.00pm - 5.30pm
at Riverland Natural Health
LUSC Club Contact
Mark Kershaw (President) 0419844868
Caren Hammerstein (Secretary) 0434285396
Loxton Pizza Bar & Network Video, The Country Bakehouse,
Poly's Fruit Juices/Orchard Crush, Riverland Natural Health
Beta than the rest
Loxton High School held
its swimming carnival last
week, with Beta taking out the
Beta finished with a total of 702
points, followed by Alpha with 606,
Delta with 588 and Gamma with 555.
Beta also won the Novelty Shield
with a total of 218 points.
Marlee George, Henry Rogers,
Colby Jachmann and Ryan Casey
helped Beta get over the line with
The Reichelt siblings swam well
for Delta, with Lauren, Brooke and
Ashlee winning their age category
Championship shield: Beta 702, Alpha 606,
Delta 588, Gamma 555.
Novelty shield: Beta 218, Gamma 198,
Alpha 192, Delta 152.
U14: L. Reichelt (D) 28, T. Hill (G) 19. U15:
K. Phillips (D) 30, C. Tschirpig (A) 17. U16:
A. Reichelt (D) 30, S. Meredith (D) 20. U20:
M. George (B) 46, A. Burdon (G) 34.
U14: B. Reichelt (D) 26, R. Binder (A) 19.
U15: H. Rogers (B) 28, Z. Lueth (A) 19. U16:
C. Jachmann (B) 30, T. Oates (B) 19. U20:
R. Casey (B) 39, C. Voumard (A) 25.
Beta house captains (from left) Pip Wright, Charlie Rogers, Shannon Falting
and Ben Butson with the championship and novelty shields.
Tournament wins for local girls
The Riverland hosted
a successul junior
basketball tournament on
the weekend, with players
flocking to the region from
across the state.
It is estimated over 700 peo-
ple were in the Riverland for the
tournament on the weekend just
A number of Loxton players
took part in the event with great
The Riverland performed
well at the tournament, taking
out the under 12 and under 14
girls division two titles.
For results from the tourna-
ment, see next week's edition of
The Loxton News.
Important wins on the board
The Riverland junior softball
teams have been announced for
the carnival at Mount Barker
The Riverland will send two teams
to the event, with under 15 boys and
girls to represent the region.
Darren Letton will coach the girls'
team and Kevin McDonald will coach
the boys' side.
Meanwhile, all Riverland softball
was cancelled on Saturday due to the
No games will be played this week-
end either, with players committed for
the junior carnival.
GIRLS: Taylah Watkins, Cody Hammerstein,
Hannah Meredith, Molly Walmsley-Cotham
(Loxton); Cindy Quach, Sarah Ellis, Gemma
Letton, Kayla Leckie-Hefford, Danica
Sullivan (Renmark); Chelsea Perks, Kia
Jesser, Louise Ayling, Kasey Ferguson
(Berri); Jasmin Mulvey, Charlotte Stavrou
BOYS: Mitchell Reilly, Broden Townley
(Loxton); Long Doan, Hamish McDonald,
Jessie Mates, Scott Jones (Renmark);
Regan Tieste, Joel Benham, Caigan
Heinrich (Berri); Josh Pascoe, Jesse
Passmore (Cobdogla); Adam Weir, Ashley
Juniors selected for carnival
Star performances from
Mitchell White and Hannah
Lehmann led Waikerie to
important Riverland division
one basketball victories on
Both players scores 27 points in
their respective matches to overcome
White was dominant in the Warriors'
men's clash with the Steamers, but
received good support from team-
mates Shaun Steele and Nic Norca.
The other men's match saw Barmera
narrowly overcome Berri by two
Barmera led by eight points at half
time, but the Blazers were all over the
Lakers in the third quarter.
Nick Hankin scored five points for
the term as Berri took a one-point lead
into the final period.
However, Barmera finished stron-
ger, with the previously well held
Dillon Millard leading the way.
Lehmann dominated for the Warriors
in their six-point women's win
Lehmann scored 15 of her 27 points
in the first half, before Renmark tight-
ened up. However, that just allowed
Waikerie's other players into the
game, with Mica Liu (10 points) and
Tegan Griffiths (six) lifting.
Berri cruised to a 13-point victory
over Barmera in Thursday's other
The Blazers took a 14-6 quarter time
lead before the match tightened up.
Barmera 35 (Dillon Millard, Danny Millard
8, K. Coats 6, K. Wright 4, S. Butterworth,
M. Wellington, R. Hodgson 3) d Berri 33 (N.
Hankin 11, L. Hayes 7, S. Chandell 6, R.
Kunoth 4, L. Francis 3, G. Obst 2).
Waikerie 49 (M. White 27, S. Steele 12, L.
Exton, N. Norca 4, T. Morgan 2) d Renmark
(J. Warnock 19, C. Seekamp 14, B. Pater 5,
J. McLeod, I. Kolcas 3).
Loxton 49 d Allstars 34; Supercats 44 d
Waikerie 28; Renmark 38 d Tigers 26.
Loxton 32 d Waikerie 29; Berri 41 d
Berri 37 (I. Thiele 18, T. Brown 8, L. Hill
6, A. Krollig 5) d Barmera 24 (A. O'Dea
10, A. Wutke 6, K. Kregar 3, M. Britten, D.
Millington 2, P. Size).
Waikerie 50 (H. Lehmann 27, M. Liu 10, T.
Griffiths 6, T. Fridd 4, R. Hahn 3, C. Griffiths
1) d Renmark 44 (L. Haynes 15, A. James
9, R. Leuders 8, J. Haynes 6, A. Perry 4,
T. Cooper 2). DIVISION TWO
Supercats 36 d Waikerie 24; Allstars 40 d
Barmera 24.DIVISION THREE
Berri 47 d Loxton 20; Berri 37 d Barmera
LOXTON RSL AND DISTRICT
The Renmark RSL team won the 2015 Birch
Woon Trophy event, played recently at
the Loxton RSL and District Bowling Club.
Pictured with event sponsor Terry Griffiths
(right) are players Gerrit Schepel, Barry
Lewin, 'Willy' Wilson and Teresa Francis.
Tanya Fisher was the winner of the Loxton
RSL and District Bowling Club's Ladies
Singles Championship title recently.
The race for fourth spot
is on in earnest following
Friday night's round of
Riverland division one
Just one win separates fourth-
placed Berri-view and bottom
side Loxton, with the two teams
playing out a draw on Friday.
Berri-view looked headed
towards victory, but a comeback
from Phil Smith saw the match
end in a draw.
Smith trailed Berri-view
youngster Adam Drogemuller
2-6, but rallied to win 9-7 and tie
Hamish Peberdy, Jordan Smith
and Delaney Lueth were all vic-
torious in singles for Loxton,
which trailed two rubbers to four
after the doubles.
Georgia Tzanavaras and Rob
Day were triumphant for Berri-
view, which missed a golden
opportunity to push clear in the
Waikerie's top form contin-
ued with a 9-3 win over
Scores were close after the
doubles, with only a tiebreaker
win to Penny Kroehn and Tianna
Adamczyk keeping Waikerie in
Waikerie dominated the singles
rubbers throughout, with only
Brooke Penney getting up for
Barmera, beating Adamczyk 6-4
in an entertaining game.
Troy Lehmann, Tom Waterson,
Shaun Steele, Steven Braun and
Kroehn all found the going rel-
atively easy in their singles wins
Renmark Tintra took it up to a
Shane Nettle-less Cobdogla,
but went down 5-7.
The score was close, despite
most matches being clear cut.
Loxton 6-68 drew with Berri-view
Doubles: P. Smith/H. Peberdy lost to
A. Drogemuller/D. Nelsson 0-6, 6-3;
J. Smith/D. Kassulke lost to P. Reid/R.
Day 5-7, 7-6; N. Kruger/D. Lueth lost
to G. Tzanavaras/N. Weatherall 1-6,
Singles: P. Smith d Drogemuller 9-7;
Peberdy d Nelsson 9-7; J. Smith d
Reid 9-2; Kassulke lost to Day 6-9;
Kruger lost to Tzanavaras 4-6; Lueth
d Weatherall 6-2.
Waikerie 9-80 d Barmera 3-41.
Doubles: S. Steele/T. Waterson
lost to W. Koskinas/M. Horsman
4-6; T. Lehmann/T. Waterson d
W. Koskinas/M. Horsman 6-1; L.
McWaters/S. Braun d J. Bannear/J.
Wright 7-6; S. Steele/L. McWaters
lost to J. Bannear/J. Wright 4-6; P.
Kroehn/T. Adamczyk d S. Albrecht/E.
Marks 6-1; P. Kroehn/T. Adamczyk d
E. Marks/B. Penney 7-6.
Singles: Lehmann d Koskinas 9-1;
Waterson d Horsman 9-5; Steele d
Bannear 9-3; Braun d Wright 9-0;
Kroehn d Albrecht 6-0; Adamczyk lost
to Penney 4-6.
Cobdogla 7-56 d Renmark Tintra
Doubles: S. Butterworth/L.
Hampshire d D. Schumann/J. Pick
6-3, 6-4; B. Kollmann/L. Hale lost
to J. van der Hoek/D. Strongman
3-6; B. Kollmann/L. Hale lost to D.
Strongman/M. Roy 0-6; K. Saville/B.
Dillon d S. Rucioch/R. Luethke 6-0,
Singles: Butterworth lost to Schumann
2-9; Kollmann lost to Strongman 4-9;
Hampshire d van der Hoek 9-3; Hale
lost to Roy 2-9; Saville d Rucioch 6-0;
Dillon d Luethke 6-3.
Loxton Silver 8-71 d Barmera 4-45.
Doubles: T. Flight/C. Wall d B.
Koskinas/H. Stavrou 4-6, 6-1; J.
Lane/G. Cubbin d R. Harris/T. Markow
2-6, 6-0; N. Burgmeyer/K. Wall lost to
B. McPherson/J. Harris 4-6; K. Wall/L.
Zdanowicz d J. Harris/H. Robertson
Singles: Flight lost to Koskinas 4-9;
Wall d Stavrou 9-7; Lane d R. Harris
9-2; Cubbin d Markow 9-5; Burgmeyer
d McPherson 6-0; Zdanowicz d
Berri-view Red 6-67 d Loxton Gold
Doubles: P. Wenman/M. Wenman
lost to S. Blaser/T. Graetz 2-6,
2-6; P. Bowden/N. Tregowan d T.
Kassulke/C. Maczkowiack 5-7, 6-2; E.
Cuteri/H. Stewart d E. Zdanowicz/N.
Graetz 6-3; E. Cuteri/H. Stewart d N.
Graetz/J. Zdanowicz 6-0.
Singles: P. Wenman lost to Blaser
3-9; M. Wenman lost to Graetz 8-9;
Bowden d Kassulke 9-2; Tregowan
d Maczkowiack 9-6; Cuteri lost to
E. Zdanowicz 5-7; Stewart d J.
Cobdogla 10-81 d Berri-view Blue
Moorook 4-39 d Renmark Tintra
Doubles: A. Smith/D. Hill lost to J.
Stoeckel/A. Qambari 5-7; A. Smith/K.
Leigh d J. Stoeckel/A. Qambari 6-4;
D. Hill/K. Leigh d A. Roy/S. Ratnayake
6-1; B. Walkington/D. Hill d A. Roy/S.
Singles: Smith lost to Stoeckel 3-6; D.
Hill lost to Qambari 2-6; Walkington
lost to Roy 5-7; Leigh d Ratnayake
Paringa Swans 6-46 d Paringa Red
Loxton 8-48 d Cobdogla 0-0 (for-
Race for chance in finals
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