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Albrecht’s ton seals the deal
A century to Jake Albrecht
helped Loxton Siberians over
the line against Berri in the
newly formed Riverland A
grade cricket competition on
After Berri set the Siberians
an imposing total of 179 for vic-
tory, Albrecht plundered 105 to
help his side home with 22 balls
Earlier, Nathan Scadden scored
85 opening the batting for Berri.
Unfortunately Scadden received lit-
tle support from his fellow batsmen,
with Brad Rosenzweig next best
Sam Neumann took 2/11 and
picked up a run out for the Siberians,
while Albrecht also secured figures
Albrecht was the dominant force
in the Siberian innings before being
given leg before wicket to Darren
Josh Deren added 27 at the top of
the order, while Tim Tol (20) helped
put on 109 with Albrecht for the
Dan Shawyer was best with the
ball for Berri, taking 2/17.
Wunkar has set itself for a crack
at the top two after recording
yet another win on the weekend.
The Bulldogs dismantled Brown’s
Well Cows on Saturday, beating the
early season pace-setters by six
Wunkar is now closing in on a
top two spot in the newly formed A
grade division following Saturday’s
Despite 61 to Brian Hampel,
the Cows were no match for the
Bulldogs, who chased the target
score of 165 down in 37 overs.
Loxton Bengals made light work
of Waikerie-Ramco on Saturday.
The Bengals beat the Warriors by
10 wickets after bowling Waikerie-
Ramco out for just 72.
Super-veteran Peter Magarey
returned the amazing figures of 5/8
a remarkable feat given he is 62.
His off-spin had the Warriors in
a spin, with Stephen Taylor top
scoring on 16.
Brad Walter (43no) and Will
Gutsche (26no) chased down
Waikerie-Ramco’s score in the 18th
Brown’s Well Calves and
Renmark recorded their first
wins in the new B grade competi-
The Calves’ only previous win
came from a Renmark forfeit, while
Renmark had been belted by all
teams in the combined senior com-
The Calves defeated Monash by
27 runs, while Renmark overcame
Waikerie Gold by 62. Gerard had
Loxton Siberians 5/179 d Berri 9/178.
Berri – N . Scadden 85, D. Shawyer
18, J. Williss 2, B. Rosenzweig 22, W.
Scadden 9, S. Renfrey 15, D. Skilton
0, Z. Trussell 0, A. Kanicias 0no, R.
Bowling – M . Worsfold 0/29, J. Albrecht
2/11, Z. Wooldridge 0/42, L. Biele
2/24, B. Romeo 0/35, R. Hoile 2/26, S.
Loxton Siberians – J . Deren 27, R.
Hoile 0, J. Albrecht 105, B. Lynch 7, T.
Tol 20, S. Tootell 0no, B. Romeo 0no.
Bowling – B. Rosenzweig 1/29, J. Williss
0/22, D. Shawyer 2/17, W. Scadden
0/36, S. Renfrey 0/13, A. Kanicias 0/13,
N. Scadden 0/22, R. Ruthra 1/21, D.
Wunkar 4/168 d Brown’s Well Cows
Brown’s Well Cows – M . Hampel 2, J.
Patterson 7, B. Hampel 61, C. Slabber
11, L. Patterson 22, T. Victor 11, C.
van der Merwe 16, B. Hoffmann 9, C.
Patterson 8, A. Flavel 2, G. Parry 0no.
Bowling – no details supplied.
Wunkar – no details supplied.
Bowling – L. Patterson 0/16, J.
Patterson 0/33, C. Slabber 1/22, B.
Hampel 0/15, A. Flavel 0/17, T. Victor
0/23, C. Patterson 3/42.
Loxton Bengals 0/74 d Waikerie-
Waikerie-Ramco – A. Werner 0, C.
Schutz 13, T. Bevan 8, N. Paschke 8, S.
Taylor 16, T. Geehman 12, M. Wenske
0, A. Lean 6, D. Arnold 0, H. Dearman
5, T. Williams 0.
Bowling – C . Fisher 2/7, J. Norman
1/16, M. Gutsche 0/0, B. Walter 1/6,
J. Fisher 0/5, M. Neumann 0/10, P.
Magarey 5/8, T. Graetz 1/15.
Loxton Bengals – B . Walter 44no, W.
Bowling – T. Geehman 0/13, N. Paschke
0/21, H. Dearman 0/15, A. Werner 0/12,
T. Williams 0/5, D. Arnold 0/4.
Brown’s Well Cows 5 4 2 91.5
Brown’s Well Calves 143 d Monash
Brown’s Well Calves – no details sup-
Bowling – M . Sparrow 2/14, J. Roberts
0/22, S. Beard 2/29, B. Miatke 1/29,
J. Nelsson 1/38, M. Sando 1/13, A.
Monash – A. Roberts 5, J. Roberts 12,
S. Beard 6, M. Russell 6, B. Miatke 28,
P. Roberts 18, M. Sando 8, M. Sparrow
3, J. Nelsson 9no, M. Smallacombe 2,
M. Bryce 0.
Bowling – no details supplied.
Renmark 124 d Waikerie Gold 62.
Renmark – J. Fielke 6, S. Turk 9, D.
Mills 41, L. Fitzsimmons 3, W. Fitzgerald
8, D. Thompson 5, J. Przibilla 6, C.
Jarrett 13, M. Hussain 3, M. Hussain
5no, T. Hussain 4.
Bowling – M . Bagguley 2/26, M.
McDonald 2/16, K. Matthews 2/45, C.
Hawke 3/19, R. Carter 0/12.
Waikerie Gold – M . Liddell 8, J.
English 11, C. Hawke 0, R. Carter 10,
K. Matthews 11, M. Bagguley 0, M.
McDonald 0, M. Fitzgerald 12no, T.
Bowling – L. Fitzsimmons 1/21, S. Turk
0/5, J. Fielke 4/20, D. Thompson 2/11,
M. Hussain 1/1.
Brown’s Well Calves 2 8 1 46.9
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by Stephanie Thompson
Well-known local Peter
Magarey proved age is no barrier
on Saturday, when he pulverised
Waikerie-Ramco’s batting side
and reaching 300 taken wickets
in A grade cricket.
Magarey took 5/8 for the Loxton
Bengals in Saturday’s Riverland Turf
Cricket A grade game to reach the
milestone and said it was good to bowl
on the turf.
“The pitch was good for spin bowl-
ing and the wind was in the right quar-
ter, so it was just ideal,” he said.
“I thoroughly enjoyed bowling
under those circumstances.”
The 62-year-old has been playing
cricket since a young age and is known
for his left-arm orthodox spin bowling.
Magarey has been playing in the
B grade side of the Riverland cricket
competition in recent years. However,
with the split of the combined com-
petition this year, both Loxton sides
finished in the A grade.
Magarey rips through
Veteran spin bowler
Peter Magarey took
five wickets when
the Loxton Bengals
took on Waikerie-
Ramco in Riverland
A grade cricket on
Deren to lead district cricket team
Loxton star batsman Josh
Deren will be vice captain of
the Murray Districts Barrier
cricket team to take part in
the annual SACA Country
Carnival this Monday.
Deren was named alongside
Loxton teammates Jake Albrecht
and Will Lehmann and Berri cap-
tain Brad Rosenzweig.
Lehmann is the bolter of the
squad, with the 18-year-old play-
ing just his second full season of
A grade cricket.
However, the youngster has
taken 16 wickets at 4.9 this sea-
Deren is the competition’s lead-
ing run-scorer with 357 runs at
119, while Rosenzweig is not
far behind on 289 at 48.17 and
is fresh from a match-winning
century on Saturday.
Albrecht has scored 260 runs
at 52.0 and has taken 12 wickets
Selectors are hoping the Murray
Districts Barrier team can break a
long title drought at the carnival.
The Riverland players will be
joined by Broken Hill’s Jared
Paull, who will captain the side,
veteran Paul Attard, Matthew
Handberg, Cody Howard and
wicketkeeper Tobias Hack,
Parrakie’s Haydon Thorpe,
Brad Kielow and Duane Simon
and dangerous Murrayville all-
rounder Drew Crane.
A Loxton team
recently took part in
the County Living
narrowly missing out
on the opportunity
to play in the grand
final at Adelaide
Twelve Loxton players
travelled to Langhorne
Creek for the cup, where
stances played out.
The Tigers got through
to the semi-final of the
Country Living Homes
Cup with a win over
Monarto at Langhorne
However, the after-
noon semi-final with
Langhorne Creek was
marred by controver-
sy with the home side
tying the scores on a sev-
Despite Loxton’s pro-
tests, the result stood,
with the match forced
to a super-over where
Langhorne Creek tri-
Langhorne Creek will
now play South Augusta
on Adelaide Oval for the
right to take on the metro
by Nick Dillon
Renmark has pulled off one of the
recruiting coups of the past decade,
with Matt Woolford joining the club.
Woolford played at Loxton North in 2015
thanks to his connection to B grade coach
and cousin Ben Williams, despite living in
However, he will cross to the Rovers in
2016 to remain closer to his wife Danielle,
who grew up in Renmark and will play
netball in the town this year, and their six-
He told his Loxton North teammates the
news on the weekend.
Woolford had an immediate impact with
the Panthers and will leave the club a pre-
miership player, putting in his best game for
North’s big loss
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