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A GRADE TROPHY WINNERS – (from left) Chris Papageorgiou, Leigh Kruger, Nick Uren,
Mark Thiele, John Fisher and Michael Kirk.
Loxton’s top footballers honoured
The Loxton Football
Club acknowledged its
top performing players
at its presentation night
Loxton veteran Nick Uren
was awarded the best and
fairest honour, while team
mate Leigh Kruger received
In the B grade, Wade
Pritchard was awarded the
highest honour, followed by
Che Lange took out the
best and fairest award for the
under 18 Loxton side, while
AJ Redden was awarded
In the under 15 and 13
sides, Drew Kassulke and
Brooke Reichelt won the
best and fairest awards,
while Jesse Will and Luke
Sharrad were runners-up.
Travis Flight was hon-
oured with the Bruce Fielke
Memorial Trophy for his
effort and service to the club
Best and fairest: Nick Uren;
runner-up: Leigh Kruger; most
consistent: Chris Papageorgiou;
best team man: Mark Thiele;
best first year player: John
Fisher; coach’s award: Michael
Kirk; leading goal kicker: Ryan
Best and fairest: Wade Pritchard;
runner-up: Grant Dahlitz; coach’s
choice: Max Baker; best team
man: Craig Fisher; leading goal
kicker: Luke Pontt; best in finals:
Best and fairest: Che Lange;
runner-up: AJ Redden; most
consistent: Lewis Cregan; most
improved: Josh Pontt; best team
man: Matthew Falting; encour-
agement award: Kenny Riley;
leading goal kicker: Hamish
Peberdy; coach’s award: Will
Best and fairest: Drew Kassulke;
runner-up: Jesse Will; best team
man: Will Wright; most coura-
geous: Aiden Biddle, coach’s
choice: Thomas Oates; most
improved: Damon Woon; lead-
ing goal kicker: Henry Wright.
Best and fairest: Brook Reichelt;
runner-up: Luke Sharrad; best
team man: Tarquin Shulz; most
improved: Jett Garvie; coach’s
choice: Heath Kelly; leading
goal kicker: Luke Sharrod.
UNDER 18 TROPHY WINNERS – (from left) Matthew Falting, Che Lange, AJ Redden, Will
Lehmann, Hamish Peberdy, Lewis Cregan and Josh Pontt.
B GRADE TROPHY WINNERS – (from left) Wade Prtichard,
Grant Dahlitz, Craig Fisher and Luke Pontt.
UNDER 13 TROPHY WINNERS – (from left) Heath Kelly, Luke Sharrad, Brooke Reichelt,
Tarquin Schulz and Jett Garvie.
UNDER 15 TROPHY WINNERS – (from left) Drew Kassulke, Henry Wright, Aiden Biddle,
Jesse Will, Damon Woon and Will Wright.
STAR PLAYER: Loxton News Trophy
winner Leigh Kruger, pictured with his prize
last week. The Tigers star collected a
total of 23 points throughout the 2014
RFL season. Team mate Nick Uren placed
second, with 14 points. Kruger also took out
the trophy in 2013.
East Murray’s Sam Durdin
has arrived home, after taking
part in the AFL Draft Combine
at Etihad Stadium last week.
The 18-year-old took part in the
four-day combine, which puts poten-
tial draftees through a range of physi-
cal, medical, psychological, psycho-
motor and skills tests.
In an article on the AFL website on
Tuesday, writer Callum Twomey has
ranked Durdin as the 11th top player
in the 2014 draft.
Durdin was named best on ground
for his performance in the SANFL
grand final last month, when West
Adelaide took on the Eagles.
The young gun had 48 hit-outs, 12
disposals, nine marks and seven tack-
les in dominant ruck display during
the grand final.
There were 96 young footballers
who took part in the combine last
week, with a majority of 2014 AFL
draftees expected to emerge from the
Durdin’s draft hopes
The Loxton District Bowling Club has
four empty spots on its clubroom walls
and is calling upon locals to help fill the
The club has photos of all past presidents
aside from four and believe locals might have
photos of the men.
Mr H. A. Pearson, Mr E.H. Messner, Mr H.L.
Jefferson and Mr A.C. Vickers were presidents
of the Loxton District Bowling Club between
1945 and 1954.
Anybody with photos of the four men is urged
to call current Loxton District Bowling Club
president Peter Kimber on 0412 866 708.
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