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WAIKERIE claimed the A
grade men's minor premiership
with a resounding 6-1 victory over
Renmark on Saturday.
After Loxton temporarily snatched
top spot with a 5-1 win over Berri on
Friday night, Waikerie answered in
the best way possible.
Renmark was undermanned and
relied heavily on Callum Benda, Dan
Shawyer and Martin Tucker.
Waikerie's abundance of running
players kept the ball in attack, with
Jason Redemski, Andrew Nitschke
and Alex Fulwood playing well.
Rowan Hope scored first for
Waikerie, but Benda answered straight
back for Renmark.
The floodgates then opened as
Waikerie added the next five goals
through Andrew Fulwood, Andrew
Nitschke and Hope (three goals).
Troy Parker, Benda and Tucker
tried hard to bridge the gap for
Renmark, but lacked support.
Renmark defeated Waikerie 3-1
in A grade women's hockey on
Renmark looked dangerous in
attack early, with Juliet Mallinson and
Danielle Weeks finding plenty of the
ball up forward.
Chloe Weigall broke the early
deadlock, sneaking the ball past
Waikerie goalie Tahlia Boatswain.
Weeks, Anna Petersen and Weigall
persisted in bombarding the circle and
were rewarded when Mallinson scored
late in the half.
Renmark added a third after the
break through Weeks and the minor
premiership race was still alive.
Waikerie had other ideas and
kept the ball moving freely, with Lisa
Redemski finding Monica Hansen in
the circle for a goal.
Waikerie did well to hold Renmark
up late in the game with the margin
remaining at two goals.
Loxton 3 d Berri 2.
BEST: Loxton -- T. Townsend, C. Adams, J. Reid.
Berri -- C. Dominic, J. Kiel, E. Cuteri, E. Noack.
GOALS: Loxton -- T. Allister 2, S. Baird. Berri -- E.
Noack, N. Wetherald.
Renmark 3 d Waikerie 1.
BEST: Renmark -- A. Petersen, C. Weigall, D.
Weeks. Waikerie -- A. Kroehn, J. Frost, S. Loffler.
GOALS: Renmark -- C. Weigall, J. Mallinson, D.
Weeks. Waikerie -- M. Hansen.
Waikerie 3 d Berri 1.
BEST: Waikerie -- T. Gwynne, P. Kroehn, J. Mitolo,
N. Ogle. Berri -- M. Seekamp, R. Trimper, M. Leach,
GOALS: Waikerie -- V. Schmidt, P. Kroehn, J.
Mitolo. Berri -- L. Mensforth.
Waikerie 6 d Renmark 1.
BEST: Waikerie -- L. Redemski, T. Schmidt,
A. Baker. Renmark -- A. Giles, N. Petricevic, A.
GOALS: Waikerie -- A. Baker 3, T. Schmidt 2, S.
Weir. Renmark -- A. Giles.
Berri 2 d Loxton 1.
Loxton 5 d Berri 1.
BEST: Loxton -- S. Trezise, R. Hentschke, Z.
Bartsch. Berri -- B. Delaine, A. Segui, J. Roberts.
GOALS: Loxton -- R. Schaeffer, S. Trezise, T.
Pannell, J. Hentschke, R. Hentschke. Berri -- J.
Waikerie 6 d Renmark 1.
BEST: Waikerie -- A. Fulwood, A. Nitschke, R.
Kleemann, R. Hope. Renmark -- T. Parker, M.
Tucker, C. Benda.
GOALS: Waikerie -- R. Hope 3, J. Redemski, A.
Fulwood, A. Nitschke. Renmark -- C. Benda.
Waikerie 4 d Renmark 1.
BEST: Waikerie -- C. Catford, D. Brauer, M.
Camilleri, S. Hollamby. Renmark -- All played
GOALS: Waikerie -- D. Brauer 2, S. Hollamby, S.
Chand. Renmark -- T. Botten.
Berri 4 d Loxton 3.
Waikerie 9 d Renmark 1.
BEST: Waikerie -- N. Hocking, L. Frost, A.
Hollamby, C. Catford. Renmark -- O. Cates, N.
Woodrow, J. Haines.
GOALS: Waikerie -- N. Hocking 3, C. Catford 2,
A. Hollamby, B. Dolphin, N. Singh, S. Chand.
Renmark -- N. Woodrow.
Berri 3 d Loxton 1.
Waikerie 4 d Renmark 2.
BEST: Waikerie -- C. Hollamby, Z. Baker, D. Perks,
J. Ebert. Renmark -- B. Kaye, O. Coates, M. Giles.
GOALS: Waikerie -- C. Hollamby 3, J. Smith.
Renmark -- J. Bruce 2.
Berri 0 drew with Loxton 0.
Waikerie Black 3 d Berri 1.
BEST: Waikerie Black -- M. Rayner, Z. Brewer, K.
Rayner. Berri -- B. Kelly, P. Stevensen, S. Kudra.
GOALS: Waikerie Black -- K. Rayner, Z. Brewer, M.
Rayner. Berri -- R. Williss.
Waikerie White 2 d Renmark 0.
BEST: Waikerie White -- L. Hocking, B. Ebert, J.
Ebert, W. Minalopoulos. Renmark -- no details
GOALS: Waikerie White -- D. Schmidt, L. Hocking.
Waikerie claims men's
hockey minor premiership
CRAIG Davis has won
the Waikerie Golf Club
Championship for the fourth
time in a row, equalling Russell
Davis took out the title in an
extremely close competition,
winning 2/1 over Wes Bald.
In the B grade, Rob Thompson,
in his first year at the club, was the
winner over Graham Strauss in
another close contest winning 2/1.
C grade winner Bob Wilson
defeated Colin Fechner 6/5 and Ron
Watkins defeated Graham Walters
to become the D grade Champion
with 1 up.
In the ladies competition Kath
Watkins defeated Chris Fridd 7/6 to
become the ladies' club champion
with Val Kleemann winning the B
grade final 3/2 over Carol Ashby.
Congratulations to all the
Results: Wednesday 20/8/2014
Winner: T. Schober, runner-up:
G. Francis, third: T. Neideck,
nearest to pin: W. Bald, Long drive:
Winner: Reva Cullen 37pts,
Semi fnals winners: Chris Fridd,
Kath Watkins, Val Kleemann, Carol
Winner: R. Cullem 37pts, runner-up:
P. Haines 35pts, third: Russell Watkins
Longest drive: Russell Watkins, Oxford
Landing: Reva Cullen, Club Champion:
Craig Davis, B Grade Champion:
Rob Thompson, C Grade Champion:
Davis wins again
NEWLY crowned Waikerie Golf Club champion Craig
Davis with runner up Wes Bald.
LADIES club champion Kath Watkins with B grade
champion Val Kleemann.
CADELL Pistol Club's Black
Powder event kicked off with
a bang last weekend -- from a
hand built replica cannon.
Monarto Black Powder club
member David Dodd let off the
900 grain charge ahead of two
days of competition using single
shot pistols, revolvers, rifles and
shotguns over 25 and 50 metre
A club spokesperson said 20
people attending a conference in
Waikerie also joined in the fun.
"Most of these delegates
had never held a firearm before
and were trained in the safety
aspects of the sport, then given the
opportunity to fire a few rounds
down the 25 metre range," he said.
"With assistance from some of
the top Black Powder shooters in
the nation from the Monarto Black
Powder club along with the Cadell
members, a great afternoon was
had by all."
Club members and visitors
also attended a dinner dance at
the Cadell Community Club on
Saturday night and enjoyed local
music and entertainment.
The spokesperson said the club
thanked Paul and Kim Eddowes of
Portee Station, Waikerie Meat and
Poultry, Caudo Wines and Christine
Brindal for their support of the
Visitors are welcomed to try
their hand at the Cadell Pistol Club
at 247 Mackintosh Road.
WAIKERIE Junior Football Club was well
represented in Sunday's RFL junior best and
Under 15 player Jasman Singh took out the best
and fairest award, while his coach Graham Smith was
named coach of the year.
Smith's under 15 side was the minor premier and
has remained undefeated throughout the season.
Under 15 runner-up goalkicker for the season
was Jack Parfitt, and in the under 13 group, Jack
Burgemeister ran third in the best and fairest count.
Brandon De Vito was awarded the under 15
Sunraysia Cup medal for his efforts in the long
weekend competition, while Mitch Hahn was awarded
the same for the under 11 team.
Mitch was also recognised by West Adelaide
Football Club for his season's efforts. Waikerie's under
13 side will take on Berri in this week's preliminary
final, while the under 15 team will tackle Renmark.
15 best and
Black Powder weekend's big bang
Singh wins footy
best and fairest
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