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by Steve Patching
Rod Koch had an outstanding round of
golf on Saturday, carding 42 stableford
points and winning the men’s competition
by a comfortable two points from Darren
Koch started with a birdie on the first despite a
wayward drive. His recovery shot left him just two
feet from the hole and an easy birdie.
He finished with another birdie on the eighteenth,
this time sinking a 20-foot putt. His round also
included four pars, one of which was on the difficult
Pfeiler also finished strongly, parring the eigh-
teenth for three points and in doing so, edging out
Craig Woolridge and Matt Maczkowiak for second
In the women’s competition, Marlene Tyler’s 35
points was too good for the rest of the field. Julie
Cooney was the next best player with 30 points.
Tyler provided the highlight of the day when she
eagled the sixth hole when her approach shot from
80 metres “slam dunked” the hole.
Saturday stableford, men – R . Koch 42, D. Pfeiler 38,
G. Woolridge 37, M. Maczkowiak 37, S. Patching 36, D.
Tyler 36. Birdies – 5th C. Tresize. Nearest the pin – 2nd W.
Skinner 335cm, 5th C. Tresize 1100cm, 12th D. Peberdy
205cm. Women – M . Tyler 35, J. Cooney 30. Eagles – 6th
Julie Cooney playing a fairway wood on the
seventeenth on Saturday.
RSL’s glimmer of hope
Loxton RSL has a
glimmer of hope of
making finals following
its three-shot win over
Loxton in the Bowls
Riverland division one
Lew Westbrook and Jade
Wright picked up wins for
Loxton RSL, while Vic Pavia
and Brian Bullock were trium-
phant for Loxton.
Loxton RSL will need to win
all of its remaining games to
be a chance of stealing fourth
spot from Loxton.
Even that might not be
enough, with other results
needing to fall its way.
Top spot on the Saturday
pennant ladder changed
hands again on the weekend.
Waikerie’s 30-shot win over
Barmera propelled it back into
top spot on the ladder after
Renmark had the bye.
Andrew Fulwood was in
scintillating form for Waikerie,
guiding his rink to a massive
33-13 win over John Morena.
Roger Davies also had a big
win, defeating Ray Kuchel
Gerrin Jenke won Barmera’s
only rink, beating Brian
Burnett by two shots, while
Waikerie’s Wayne Collins
drew with Phil Ashton.
Berri continued its rapid ride
up the ladder with an 81-58
victory over Renmark RSL.
Berri is now in outright third
spot, just five rounds after sit-
ting at the foot of the table.
Dennis Treloar led the
charge for Berri, cruising to
a 26-6 win over David Ludas.
Graham Butt and Andrew
Hill also triumphed for Berri,
while Mal Inglis was victori-
ous for Renmark RSL.
Loxton RSL 69 d Loxton 66.
L. Westbrook 23 d D. Schliebs 10;
B. Semmler 13 lost to V. Pavia
25; J. Wright 18 d N. Thiele 15; S.
Roberts 15 lost to B. Bullock 16.
Waikerie 103 d Barmera 73.
R. Davies 29 d R. Kuchel 17; W.
Collins 19 drew with P. Ashton 19;
B. Burnett 22 lost to G. Jenke 24;
A. Fulwood 33 d J. Morena 13.
Berri 81 d Renmark RSL 58.
G. Butt 20 d R. Adam 13; A. Gapco
12 lost to M. Inglis 25; A. Hill 23
d K. Smith 14; D. Treloar 26 d D.
LoxtonRSL 48 0 -75 121
Renmark RSL 4 8 0 -190 115
Loxton Blue 70 d Renmark RSL
R. Hancock 29 d G. Brown 13;
J. Willett 24 d R. Sutton 23; A.
Wachtel 17 lost to T. Dowzard 20.
Loxton Yellow 57 d Moorook 56.
D. Thomson 18 d T. Graetz 12; T.
Hucks 14 lost to C. Battams 26; R.
Lee 25 d S. Pantic 18.
Monash 59 d Loxton RSL 47.
M. Voigt 21 d M. Schutz 13; I. Potts
17 lost to P. Smith 18; P. Brennan
21 d E. Schutz 16.
Waikerie 72 d Berri Blue 36.
Lyrup 66 d Renmark 57.
Berri Red 56 d Barmera 52.
LoxtonBlue 7 70 54 189
Renmark RSL 5 9 0 -76 133
Loxton Yellow 3 10 1 -198 93
Loxton RSL 3 11 0 -191 88
DIVISION THREE GREEN
Lyrup 59 d Loxton RSL 43.
S. Nattrass 23 d K. Ward 15; C.
Hampel 10 lost to N. Nattrass 17;
L. Jolly 18 lost to J. Letton 19.
Waikerie 66 d Loxton 44.
F. King 22 d R. Auricht 13; B.
Wiese 27 d P. Thom 8; J. Mortimer
17 lost to E. Davey 23.
Moorook 55 d Renmark RSL 51.
L. Tschirpig 14 lost to C. Brown
17; C. Voigt 26 d K. Brown 17; D.
Fieldhouse 15 lost to M. Spano 17.
Berri 68 d Monash 52.
Renmark 70 d Barmera 56.
LoxtonRSL 8 6 0 61 208
Renmark RSL 5 9 0 -64 138
DIVISION THREE GOLD
Renmark 67 d Loxton 53.
M. Weiss 18 d R. Braddock 13; M.
Papandrea 26 d J. Vaughan 23; T.
Guerin 23 d P. Vaughan 17.
Monash 70 d Berri 46.
Waikerie 68 d Barmera 57.
Loxton experiences big loss to Lyrup
Lyrup won its fourth match of the
season, beating Loxton by 42 shots
in last week’s Bowls Riverland
division one Wednesday pennant
Sue Lloyd and Noreen Burns were in
terrific form, combining for an aggregate
of 35 shots in Lyrup’s favour.
Ros Smith made it a clean sweep for
Lyrup with a 22-15 win over Bernie
Renmark RSL defeated Waikerie by 11
shots in last week’s Bowls Riverland
division one Wednesday pennant.
Judy Strauss kept Waikerie in the game
with a 10-shot victory over Jenny Curtis.
However, with Maria Spano easi-
ly beating Di Boehm by 15 and Cathy
Topperwien leading her rink to a six-shot
win, RSL got home comfortably.
Renmark won the battle with Berri for
top spot on the pennant ladder.
Two shots was all that separated the top
teams, with Renmark all but securing the
minor premiership in what was a likely
grand final preview.
Kerry Treloar’s 19-11 win over Betty
Coombs looked like swaying the match
in Berri’s favour, but a big 22-14 victory
to Sandy Schulz over Kath Mader kept
Renmark in front.
Jocie Cooper’s two-shot win over Jan
Grosser proved pivotal as Renmark held
on for the win.
Meanwhile, a division three rink
performed a remarkable feat last
Vickie Johnson led her rink to an amaz-
ing 55-0 win in Moorook’s 86-10 victory
Scoring 50 is a massive achievement
in itself, let alone keeping an opponent
scoreless in a double rarity for local
Lyrup 79 d Loxton 37.
S. Lloyd 31 d R. Reichstein 9; R. Smith 22 d B.
Mattner 15; N. Burns 26 d L. Kimber 13.
Renmark RSL 63 d Waikerie 52.
C. Topperwien 22 d L. Burnett 16; J. Curtis 16
lost to J. Strauss 26; M. Spano 25 d D. Boehm
Renmark 53 d Berri 51.
J. Cooper 20 d J. Grosser 18; S. Schulz 22 d K.
Mader 14; B. Coombs 11 lost to K. Treloar 19.
Waikerie 54 d Loxton RSL 50.
M. Carrera 17 lost to J. Smith 23; J. Gaeta
13 lost to M. Schutz 18; H. Mortimer 24 d H.
Berri 55 d Loxton 38.
K. Tanner 17 d J. Badcock 14; S. Facci 21 d L.
Steicke 10; L. Blades 17 d H. Grimsley 14.
Barmera 68 d Renmark RSL 47.
Renmark 72 d Loxton RSL 23.
J. O’Loughlin 44 d L. Jolly 11; M. Lawton 28 d
R. Manuel 12.
Berri 31 d Loxton 29.
L. Martin 20 d M. Campbell 13; E. Mason 11 lost
to K. Brandsma 16.
Moorook 86 d Barmera 10.
L. Tschirpig 31 d R. Macro 10; V. Johnson 55
d N. Verco 0.
Loxton White 59 d Loxton Blue 52.
D. McRae-Wood 12 lost to D. Thomson 18; M.
Williss 14 d B. Thiele 11; T. Thurston 18 d D.
Schliebs 14; J. Willett 15 d M. Nugent 9.
Loxton Red 76 d Loxton RSL 72.
H. Appleton 16 lost to T. Wurst 20; T. Schulz 12
lost to J. Ginnelly 16; R. Coombs 27 d M. Fisher
15; D. Kimber 21 d D. Drabsch 21.
Berri Red 68 d Waikerie 67.
Berri Blue 83 d Barmera Blue 63.
Renmark RSL Red 87 d Monash 86.
Berri White 83 d Ren RSL White 58.
Renmark Gold v Lyrup.
Berri skipper Andrew Hill won through the
men’s bowls state singles regional knockout
event at Barmera on Sunday.
Hill defeated Barmera’s John Morena in the final
and will now take on the state’s best singles players
The 10 best Riverland players went head-to-head
in a knockout round on Sunday, with Renmark’s
Ben Quatreborne and Berri’s Andy Gapco the early
Loxton RSL’s Craig Kernich and Craig Inglis,
Berri’s Dennis Treloar and Renmark RSL’s Ron
Adam were ousted in the quarter finals.
Meanwhile, several Riverland bowlers will play
for the North East region in the Bowls SA Country
Round Robin fours next month.
The event will be held at Marion in Adelaide, with
eight local bowlers taking part.
Hill will skipper a side including Waikerie’s Brian
Loxton RSL’s Steve Roberts is number three in a
rink made up of Barossa players.
Loxton RSL’s Craig Inglis and Brad Semmler and
Barmera’s Phil Ashton are the first three bowlers in
a rink, while Berri duo Ken Stokes and Graham Butt
are in another rink.
Waikerie’s Barry Harden and Wayne Collins,
Barmera’s Gerrin Jenke and Ray Kuchel and Berri’s
Wayne Barnett are reserves for the team.
The round robin will be held from Tuesday,
February 9, to Friday, February 12.
Round one: B. Quatreborne (Renmark) 20 lost to M. Kubank
(Berri) 25; C. Kernich (Loxton RSL) 25 d A. Gapco (Berri) 18.
Quarter finals: Kubank (Berri) 25 d Kernich 23; A. Hill (Berri)
d D. Treloar (Berri) 16; M. Inglis (Renmark RSL) 25 d C.
Inglis (Loxton RSL) 18; J. Morena (Barmera) 25 d R. Adam
15 (Renmark RSL).
Semi-finals: Hill 25 d Kubank 10; Morena 25 d Inglis 10.
Final: Hill 25 d Morena 16.
Locals ousted in finals
Lee Stevens claimed victory in the
Riverland Cycling Club’s handicap race
at Lyrup last Sunday.
Four handicap groups set off, with Matthew
Benson having the furthest to race.
Peter Burr and Glen O’Brien were the early
casualties of their respective groups, with both
getting dropped on the first lap.
Early on the third lap, Steve Jaensch and Stevens
caught Ken Ridley and the trio picked up the pace
to hold off the pursuing Benson.
With less than a lap remaining they caught the
main group of Dennis Robinson, Peter Weston and
Clayton and Terry Bond.
In the uphill sprint for the finish, Stevens took
the win from Ridley, with Jaensch rounding out the
podium and youngster Clayton Bond doing well to
hold on to fourth spot.
Benson rode a solo 55km to finish in sixth place
with the fastest time.
Handicap, Sun – 1. L. Stevens; 2. K. Ridley; 3. S.
Jaensch; 4. C . Bond; 5. D. Robinson; 6. M. Benson (FT);
7. P. Weston; 8. T. Bond; 9. P. Burr. DNF: G. O’Brien.
Stevens claims Lyrup race
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