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Loxton's Michael Nitschke
finished third in the 1000m
open event, with Bradley Kitto
taking out the event. Emily
Hyde won the corresponding
Kellie Symons won the 300m
women's race, while Lauren
Buchanan won the 50m sprint
skins invitation event.
Barmera-Monash won the
football relay, from Loxton
North and Berri, while Loxton
claimed victory in the netball
relay from Barmera.
Platinum AG Services 1000m under
20: L. Hennig (75m), J. McDougall
(90m), S. Jurado (135m). Time:
Flight Motors 1000m over 35:
D. Tregenza (185m), C. Zeuner
(295m), M. Abbott (145m). Time:
MGA Insurance Brokers 70m
Novice: M. Tucker (5m), P. Briggs
(11m), A. Brown (9m). Time 7.894
Kearney Financial Services 120m
Women: H. Orman (8.75m), K. Jury
(13m), L. Buchanan (9.25m). Time
Schleins Quarries 120m under 20:
B. Turner (20m), S. Chigwidden
(24m), R. Kernick (11.25m). Time
Loxton Hygienic Meats 1000m
Women: E. Hyde (55m), N. De
Bellis (74m), J. Nguyen (65m). Time
Riverland Lending Services 50m
Sprint Skins Invitation: Open Gift
runner: J. Cibich, M. Tucker, D.
Hicks. Womens Gift runner: H.
Orman, L. Buchanan, H. Openshaw.
Mort Daly Running Foundation
300m under 17: E. Whitford (80m),
A. Martin (20m), C. Vinall (16m).
Time 34.99 secs.
Loxton Irrigation Centre 300m over
35: D. Palmer (14m), P. Briggs
(24m), J. Turner (44m). Time 36.64
Fulton Hogan 300m Women: K.
Symons (36m), N. Coombe (44m),
J. Dates (32m). Time: 38.01 secs.
Big River Riverland Supermarkets
300m open: L. Houlihan (20m), D.
Girolamo (34m), C. Simpson (34m).
Time: 33.16 secs.
Riverland Water 1000m Open: B.
Kitto (68m), T. Earle (55m), M.
Nitschke (55m). Time: 2:26.53.
Nippy's 120m Open: C. Innes-Wong
(8m), J. Stangewitz (10.50m), B.
Richards (7.25m). Time: 13.135
for finals glory
Loxton warmed up for finals
with an eight-point victory
over Waikerie in Riverland
division one men's basketball
Waikerie led by a point at quarter
time, before Loxton pushed clear by
three in the second thanks to Che
Waikerie kept pushing, with Nico
Norca (13 points) stepping up in the
third term, while Terry Morgan was
good defensively for the Warriors.
Loxton pulled away in the end,
with Adam Proud scoring all 13 of
his points in the second half.
Andrew Tullett (six points) also
played well for the Supercats.
Barmera's surge towards finals
continued on Thursday night with
a seven-point win over Renmark.
Victory over Waikerie and Renmark
propelled the Lakers into third spot
on the ladder.
They will now play Renmark in the
first semi-final this Thursday night.
Barmera's win over Renmark came
after a second quarter comeback
from the Steamers.
Barmera led 15-8 at quarter time,
despite six opening quarter points to
Renmark's Daniel Leuders.
Renmark put on a defensive clinic
in the second as Barmera missed sev-
eral gettable shots. The Steamers led
by a point, but that was the last time
they would hold the lead.
The third quarter saw Kaiden
Coats (10 points) play some terrific
basketball to guide the Lakers to a
four-point lead. Barmera extended
its lead in the final quarter, with
Dillon Millard (13 points) ensuring
the Lakers would not be challenged.
Top team Waikerie won a tough
division one women's match
against Loxton on Thursday night.
The Warriors led all night, but
Loxton stayed with them in the first
Hannah Lehmann was once again
the difference, scoring 18 points for
the Warriors as they pulled away
with a 9-2 third quarter.
Loxton fought back in the final
term, with Jackie Dahlitz continuing
her good form with nine points.
Lyn Sweeney also played well for
Loxton, while Mica Liu was creative
Barmera pushed Renmark in its
final match for the 2014/15 sea-
Aside from the first term, the
Lakers matched the Steamers for
most of the night.
Renmark took an 11-6 lead at the
first break, with Lori Haynes (seven
points) leading the way.
Her mother Jo (seven) was also in
good touch for the Steamers.
Bronte Phillips failed to score, but
was solid defensively and also set
up a lot of play for Barmera, while
Ashlee Wutke scored seven points.
Anabel O'Dea top scored for the
Lakers with 14, with eight coming
from the charity stripe.
Loxton 38 (A. Proud 13, C. Rogers 7, A.
Tullett 6, C. Lange, J. Will 4, K. Worsfold,
B. Whitelaw 2) d Waikerie 30 (N. Norca
13, M. White 10, L. Exton 6, T. Morgan 2).
Barmera 41 (Dillon Millard 13, K. Coats
10, M. Wellington, R. Hodgson 6, S.
Butterworth, Danny Millard, K. Wright 2) d
Renmark 34 (D. Leuders 10, C. Seekamp
9, I. Kolcas 7, J. Warnock 4, J. McLeod,
R. Garrett 2).
Supercats 46 d Berri 35; Loxton 27 d
Barmera 26; Allstars 58 d Tigers 39;
Renmark 38 d Waikerie 26.
Barmera 38 d Loxton 25.
Second semi-final: 6.30pm Loxton
v Waikerie. First semi-final: 8.30pm
Barmera v Renmark.
Renmark 38 (J. Haynes, L. Haynes 7,
A. Perry, A. Modlinski 6, T. Cooper 5,
A. James 3, R. Leuders, S. Croft 2) d
Barmera 30 (A. O'Dea 14, A. Wutke 7, K.
Kregar 6, P. Size 3).
Waikerie 33 (H. Lehmann 18, R. Hahn
8, T. Griffiths 4, M. Liu 3) d Loxton 22 (J.
Dahlitz 9, J. Miller 4, J. Drake 3, L. Uren,
L. Sweeney, S. Edwards 2).
Waikerie 31 d Allstars 28; Loxton 34 d
Blazers 32 d Loxton 20; Berri 37 d
Barmera 20; Renmark 27 d Supercats 18.
Second semi-final: 7.30pm Waikerie v
Renmark. First semi-final: 9.30pm Loxton
2SF: Loxton 40 (J. Inglis 15, J. Will 10) d
Berri 35 (S. Burton 12, M. Wutke 7).
1SF: Renmark 52 (C. Gartery 16, B.
Tregeagle 9) d Barmera 43 (D. Scordo 17,
J. Gilgen 12).
2SF: Supercats 29 (Z. Lueth 6, J. Drake 6)
d Loxton 24 (M. Neumann 10, D. Size 6).
1SF: Berri 25 (T. Jesser 11, J. Hoffmann
5) d Steamers 20 (J. Cassidy 8, T. Austin
UNDER 14 (division one)
2SF: Berri 44 (E. Gregoric 16, A.
Vrastaminos 10) d Loxton 37 (R.
Stasinowsky 19, W. Schultz 8).
1SF: Renmark 55 (D. Johnson 18, C.
Blackwell 14) d Barmera 15 (C. Dixon 5,
T. Ward 4).
UNDER 14 (division two)
2SF: Waikerie 46 (A. Perks 13, S. Parfitt 9)
d Renmark 27 (D. Austin 17, B. Rasheed
1SF: Loxton 28 (T. Smith 10, C. Lange
6) d Berri 26 (S. Caddy-Mitchell 10, J.
2SF: Berri 46 (O. Kregar 11, J. Kovacic 9)
d Barmera 13 (C. Dixon 4, A. Scordo 4).
1SF: Loxton 19 (E. Wagner 12, R.
Kennedy 5) d Renmark 16 (A. Curtis 10,
J. Rover 4).
2SF: Renmark 31 (S. Croft 9, S. Rucioch
8) d Barmera 29 (A. O'Dea 10, B. Stone
1SF: Supercats 61 (J. Drake 21, A.
Holmes 12) d Waikerie 23 (C. Linke 10,
T. Fridd 5).
UNDER 16 (division one)
2SF: Loxton 33 (E. Schultz 9, N. Hampel
8) d Supercats 25 (A. Stephens 7, C.
1SF: Berri 29 (E. Westley 12, C. Foulds 8)
d Barmera 28 (M. Kuchel 8, J. J. Mitchell
UNDER 16 (division two)
2SF: Blazers 31 (L. Gregoric 16, C. Burton
7) d Waikerie 26 (R. Fillmore 10, A. Cain
1SF: Loxton 22 (C. Nitschke 10, P. Stone
8) d Berri 16 (M. Seekamp 6, A. Staunton
2SF: Steamers 47 (A. Siviour 35, T.
James 6) d Renmark 42 (L. Haynes 16,
L. Martin 9).
1SF: Loxton 39 (J. Wooldridge 16, M.
Schultz 14) d Berri 20 (G. Kruger 11, L.
2SF: Loxton 32 (B. Stasinowsky 24, P.
Roberts 2) d Renmark 27 (A. Lodge 9, R.
1SF: Barmera 30 (A. Haigh 13, K. Makris
12) d Berri 17 (A. Cawse 14, L. Fenwick
Innes-Wong leads the field
LEFT: Women's gift winner Hayley Orman (centre), runner-up Katie Jury and third-placegetter
Lauren Buchanan with Kearney Financial Services' Dawn Kearney. RIGHT: Most outstanding
athlete of the carnival Luke Houlihan with the Loxton Hotel's Karen Kilsby.
Cool start to golf season
by Peter Moller
Cooler weather and
great course conditions
on Sunday welcomed 48
players to Loxton Golf
Club for the opening day
of the 2015 season.
Visitors from Barmera and
Renmark were made welcome.
Patron Ian McInnes spoke before
play on the history of the course
irrigation structure, with this
being the 50th year of irrigation
Playing pinehurst mixed four-
somes for the KR Harrington
Trophy, the field managed two
Ash Pfeiler and Tom Edwards
took only three-shots on the par-
five, which is a 488-metre sixth
hole, with Andrew Hume and
Mike Taylor also recording an
eagle on the par-four, 296-metre
Hume drove just short of the
green and Taylor sank a putt from
the edge of the green for a two.
The KR Harrington Trophy
went to Cathy and Terry Arndt
with a steady 89/69 , while Di
and Peter Harman finished with
The men's competition was
won by Pfeiler and Edwards with
a score 73/65 , while club captain
Shaun Harris and son Jacob fin-
ished with 81/66 3/4.
There were 15 brave players
who played on and battled it out
in Saturday's heat. Harman was
the winner in the men's competi-
tion on a countback from Hume,
both carding 36 points. Harman
also recorded three nearest the
pin awards on the second, fifth
Jenny Ling won the ladies with
a fine 33 points.
Wednesday's competition saw
34 players compete. Winner of
the men's event was Andrew
Giles, with a score of 44 points,
while Terry Arndt followed, fin-
ishing on 39 points.
The ladies played a nine-
hole ambrose with Marlene**
'Bonnie' Tyler and Julie Cooney
winning the day's play with
40/35, while runners-up were Jill
Fogden and Kathy Arndt with
Wednesday -- Men: A. Giles 44, T.
Arndt 39, B. Wilson 38, F. Borg 38, A.
Pfeiler 38, T. Edwards 37, D. Sunman
36, D. Unferdorben 35, D. Tyler 34, S.
Wednesday -- Ladies: Karen
Henwood and Cate Cahill 43/36 1/8.
Saturday Ball Competition -- A.
Giles 35, D. Sunman 35.
Sunday Ball Competions -- Mixed:
C. Cahill and D. Sunman, C. and L.
Berry, K. and J. Henwood, J. Cooney
and H. Kara-Ali, K. Williams and B.
Chapman. Men: M. Rumball and M.
Cenko, A. Baker and M. Pannel**,
A. Hume and M. Taylor, A. Ling and
LEFT: Winners of the men's Loxton Golf Club Open Day were Tom Edwards (left) and Ash Pfeiler
(right). They are pictured with Loxton Club manager Andre Angeleski. RIGHT: The KR Harrington
Trophy went to Cathy and Terry Arndt.
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