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RIVERLAND TURF CRICKET PRESENTATION NIGHT
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the recent Bowls
champions pairs and
Graham Butt and
Andrew Hill won
the pairs at Monash,
Roger Davies and
Barry Harden 18-7 in
The duo also earned
eight-badges, picking up
the maximum shots on
the final end.
The following day saw
Graeme King easily win
the singles final against
Loxton RSL’s Steve
King led 9-7 and fin-
ished strongly, rattling
off the next 12 shots to
Their victories com-
pleted a clean sweep of
singles, pairs and fours
for Berri in both men’s
and women’s events.
They will all go to
the regional champion
of champions events in
the Barossa on April
11-12 to represent the
Clean sweep for Berri
SQUASH AUTUMN PENNANTS
DIVISION ONE, ROUND NINE
Acropolous Now 3-11-258 d Flying Doctors 2-8-210.
D. Schultz d Greg Marlor 3-1, P. Grosser d Peter Miller
3-1, M. Lange lost to A. Searles 2-3, R. Romeo lost to M.
Rudiger 0-3, S. Knowles d J. Robertson 3-0.
Homicide 3-10-245 d Carsons Law 2-9-250.
K. Watts lost to D. Schultz 1-3, T. McDonald d S. Smart 3-2,
C. Todd lost to B. Duffin 0-3, J. Searles d K. Wangahu 3-1,
P. Johnston d T. Loxton 3-0.
The Box 3-10-223 d The Sullivans 2-9-246.
S. Coombs d M. Cash 3-0, J. Vaughan lost to K. Schwarz
1-3, R. Stone d C. Robertson 3-1, K. Wangahu d P.
Reynolds 3-2, T. Smith lost to B. Schober 0-3.
Golfers’ busy week
by Steve Patching
It was a busy week of golf at the Loxton
Golf Club, with pennants as well as normal
weekly events being contested.
Loxton men’s A grade continued their fine form, this
time downing Renmark in an away match.
It was a convincing 4/1 win, with four of the five
matches closely contested.
Loxton was less successful in the other grades, and
the C Grade in particular looks in danger of not con-
testing the finals.
The Loxton women also enjoyed success, downing
Robert Pfeiler had a return to form in Saturday’s par
event. He scored an impressive plus-five.
He parred three of the par three holes in a consistent
round in which he was out in plus-three and home in
He edged out Ben Hahn, who had not played for
some time and seemed to profit from the break. Hahn
carded a plus-four, set up by a strong start of plus-five
on the front nine.
Cathy Arndt had the score of the weekend with her
plus-eight in the women’s event.
She finished a comfortable four holes ahead of her
nearest opponent, Jenny Patching. Arndt had a spec-
tacular finish in which she carded four consecutive plus
scores over the final four holes.
It was her second win for the week, having earlier
won the mid-week par event with a minus-one.
Amongst the men, James Martin was the stand out
mid-week performer, carding a net 66, well clear of
Saturday, men’s par – R. Pfeiler +5, B. Hahn +4, D. Peberdy
+3, B. Proud +3, A. Ling +2, S. Patching +1. Nearest the
pin – 2nd B. Proud, 5th P. Moller, 12th T. Sawade, 15th
B. Chapman, Birdies – 2nd T. Sawade, 15th B. Proud, B.
Chapman. Women’s par: C. Arndt +8, J. Patching +4, B.
Wednesday, men’s stroke – J. Martin 98/66, D. Unfendorben
78/70, S. Patching 73, C. Berry (Renmark) 73, R. Nagy (Berri)
73, H. Kara-Ali 74, P. Noble 74, A. Hume 75, D. Tyler 76,
G. Parry 76, J. Johnson 77, A. Golding 77, S. Semmler 77.
Birdies: 2nd S. Patching, 15th A. Hume.
Women’s Marlene Wall Trophy – C Arndt -1, J. Cooney -2, S.
Grein -3, J. Patching -4 . Nearest the pin: J. Cooney.
Women’s pennants – Loxton d Waikerie 3 1⁄2 to 1 1⁄2 – M.
Tyler square with C. Fridd, K. Nolan l to K. Watkins 3/2, S.
Grein d S. Schultz 3/1, J. Cooney d R. Cullen 4/3, Y. Tatt d
G. Strauss 5/3.
Men’s pennants – Loxton v Renmark at Renmark: A grade:
A. Hume d G. Shields 3/2, K. Rivett d C. Foreman 2 up, P.
Harman d B. Jenke 1 up, B. Proud d M. Modlinski 2/1, A.
Pfeiler l to J. Coombe 7/5. B Grade D. Fromm l to G. Morrison
4/3, S. Harris l to D. Ruston 4/3, H. Kara-Ali l to R. Burns 7/5,
T. Edwards d C. Hyde 5/4, P. Cahill l to M/. Kowson 1 up. C
grade: B. Chapman l J. Sweet 2 up, D. Cregan l to S. Knight
2/1, G. MacInnes d T. Robertson 5/3, S. Patching l to A. Bryant
2/1, G. Parry l to A. Jenke 7/5.
A racing start
Loxton Kart Club members Jameson (left) and Tyler Whitbourne,
Yianni Exarheas and Carter Biele put in a strong effort at the club’s
first meet of the 2015 season, which was held recently.
The Loxton Kart
Club held its first meet
for 2015 recently, with
local drivers achieving
success on the track.
Making the racing all the
more exiting was the debut
of seven rookie drivers –
six of whom competed for
the fist time.
Youngsters Carter Biele,
Jameson Whitbourne, Luke
Brown, Tyler Whitbourne,
Yianni Exarheas, Aden
Banks and Jesse Morena
all tested their skills against
drivers from clubs across
James Bannear, Riley
Hammerstein and Brad
Hembling all recorded first
placings in their respective
junior light, KT medium
and 125 heavy grades.
The next meet will be
held on April 19, and will
celebrate the Loxton Kart
Club’s 30th birthday.
Junior light: J. Bannear
(Loxton), B. Biele (Loxton), W.
KT medium: R. Hammerstein
(Loxton), L. Bull (Lucindale), C.
Rodda (Port Pirie).
KT heavy: C. Bull (Lucindale),
B. Stell (Adelaide), H. Farrow
125 light: L. Bull (Lucindale),
K. Hammerstein (Loxton), D.
125 heavy: B. Hembling
(Loxton), B. Stell (Adelaide), C.
200 open: J. Ryan (Renmark),
C. Rodda (Port Pirie), J. Watts
Assistant councillor of region four, Sue
Lloyd (left), presents Loxton District
Bowling Club member Judith Hall with
her Super Verterans Badge.
The Loxton District Bowling Club
held the Ladies Autumn Carnival
Day recently, with 64 players
The winners were Renmark RSL’s Dot
Tankard, Cynthia Brown, Jenny Curtis and
The runners up were Angaston bowlers
Eileen Argent, Lois Lablack, Glenda
Armstrong and Fereleth Booth. The
sponsors were O.E. Bradtke and Sons.
Loxton District Bowling Club member
Judith Hall was presented with her Super
Veterans Badge by Sue Lloyd, assistant
councillor of region four at the competition.
Loxton High School will be aiming
for its 36th straight championship
at today’s Riverland Interschool
The event will be held at the Glossop
High School campus and will see students
from each of the region’s four schools pit-
ted against one another in athletic and ball
B GRADE TROPHY WINNERS: Brian Hampel and Lachlan Patterson
(Brown’s Well), Brian Lynch (Loxton) and Adam Flavel (Brown’s Well).
RIVERLAND A GRADE
CRICKET TEAM OF THE
YEAR: Pictured (from
left): Luke Fitzsimmons
Rosenzweig (Berri), Nathan
Josh Norman, Jake Albrecht,
Josh Deren and Michael
Gutsche (Loxton). Absent:
Tim Bevan and Tristan
Will Lehmann and Ryan
UNDER 14 TROPHY
WINNERS: Arron Nitschke
(left) and Llayton Biele, both
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