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3.3 6.8 8.13 14.13
3.3 5.10 6.12 7.20
LOXTON NORTH 12 4 0 1358 978 24 58.13
BARMERA-MONASH 10 6 0 1456 1125 20 56.41
10 6 0 1342 1084 20 55.32
10 6 0 1437 1181 20 54.89
4120 912 1509 8 37.67
2140 1098 1726 4 38.88
BEST: Loxton North -- Ben Walter, A. Tullett, S. Meneghetti, M. Scott, J.
Maczkowiack, J. Voigt. Barmera-Monash -- S. Butterworth, M. Middleton, K.
Boase, M. Leyson, J. Smith, R. Langcake.
GOALS: Loxton North -- S. Meneghetti, B. Kaesler 3, J. Maczkowiack, J.
Lange 2, A. Baker, R. Proud, M. Scott, Ben Walter. Barmera-Monash -- S.
Butterworth 4, R. Langcake, J. Selfe, J. Smith.
WRITERS' AWARD: 5 Ben Walter (LN); 4 Michael Scott (LN); 3 Ryan
Langcake (BM); 2 Sam Butterworth (BM); 1 Scott Meneghetti (LN).
7.5 11.7 14.12 15.18
1.2 3.5 8.8 9.8
BEST: Renmark -- R. Menz, A. Lindner, B. Persinos, T. Thorpe, J. Anspach,
L. Jackson. Berri -- A. Beauchamp, N. Hankin, D. Wilson, B. Cmrlec, J.
Woolston, J. Williss.
GOALS: Renmark -- L. Jackson, J. Warnock 4, B. Persinos 2, T. Thorpe, K.
Parks, N. Gillard, A. Clutton, S. Steed. Berri -- A. Hyland 4, J. Woolston, J.
Williss 2, D. Marner.
WRITERS' AWARD: 5 Russell Menz (R); 4 Brandon Persinos (R); 3 Kim
Polst (R); 2 Adam Beauchamp (B); 1 Trevor Thorpe (R).
0.5 7.8 10.12 15.21
6.4 6.5 7.6 7.6
BEST: Waikerie -- S. Steele, T. Geehman, J. Thomson, S. Braun, E. Modra,
T. Bevan. Loxton -- C. Papageorgiou, N. Uren, A. Montgomery, L. Kruger, R.
Mitchell, W. Baker.
GOALS: Waikerie -- J. Thomson 7, S. Steele 3, E. Modra 2, D. Stevens, C. Miller,
T. Bevan. Loxton -- R. Mitchell 3, L. Kruger, B. Schubert, A. Proud, K. Smith.
WRITERS' AWARD: 5 Tristan Geehman (W); 4 Jim Thomson (W); 3 Shaun
Steele (W); 2 Chris Papageorgiou (L); 1 Steven Braun (W).
Adam GROSE........................................Barmera-Monash 0
Andy HYLAND ....................................Berri
Ryan PROUD.........................................Loxton North
Kyle PARKS ...........................................Renmark
Scott MENEGHETTI .......................Loxton North
Barry KAESLER ..................................Loxton North
Waikerie 12.4 (76) d Loxton 5.4 (34).
BEST: Waikerie -- F. Twigden, J. Dellazoppa, B.
McGarrity, M. White, M. Beelitz, D. Fridd. Loxton
-- M. Reichstein, L. McDonald, S. Westbrook, A.
Jachmann, J. Walding, C. Fisher.
GOALS: Waikerie -- M. Beelitz 6, B. McGarrity, M.
White, B. Haynes 2, J. Kay. Loxton -- L. Pontt 2, L.
McDonald, G. Dahlitz, N. Flight.
Lox North 8.11 (59) d Barmera-Monash 6.8 (44).
Renmark 13.15 (93) d Berri 4.3 (27).
Loxton North 7 9 0 921 928 14 49.37
Barmera-Monash 4 12 0 789 1049 8 42.94
Leading goal kickers: Luke Pontt (L) 35; Geordie
Franks (B) 34; Michael Beelitz (W) 30; Jake Albrecht
(LN) 29; Nathan Flight (L) 28.
Loxton 8.11 (59) d Waikerie 6.5 (41).
BEST: Loxton -- C. Lange, A. Redden, E. Ackland,
S. Kanizay, A. Baptie, S. Polymiadis. Waikerie -- M.
Channon, C. McCatty, K. Ling, R. Lockett, L. Schiller,
GOALS: Loxton -- A. Redden 4, H. Peberdy 2, J. Will,
J. Pontt. Waikerie -- D. Atze, K. Ling 2, L. Schiller, A.
Barmera-Monash 10.11 (71) d Lox North 4.3 (27).
Renmark 10.0 (60) d Berri 0.0 (0) (forfeit).
Barmera-Monash 13 3 0 1197 577 26 67.47
Loxton North 11 5 0 953 638 22 59.90
Leading goal kickers: Brodie Kollmann (BM) 36;
Brodie Roesler (R) 30; Jake Gilgen (BM) 24; Hamish
Peberdy (L) 20; Anthony Redden (L) 19.
Waikerie 15.10 (100) d Loxton 3.2 (20).
BEST: Waikerie -- R. Shaw, T. Brock, J. Singh, J.
Parfitt, J. Coombes, T. Campbell. Loxton -- T. Oates, J.
Will, D. Kassulke, W. Gutsche, D. Woon, B. Romeo.
GOALS: Waikerie -- R. Shaw 5, J. Bee, J. Singh 3, J.
Parfitt 2, T. Brock, M. Brock. Loxton -- B. Reichelt, T.
Oates, J. Will.
Barmera-Monash 20.6 (126) d Lox North 0.1 (1).
Renmark 10.11 (71) d Berri 3.7 (25).
Barmera-Monash 7 9 0 718 956 14 42.89
Loxton North 0 16 0 282 1331 0 17.48
Leading goal kickers: Taso Bantolas (B) 45; Jack
Parfitt (W) 40; Lachlan Lellmann (R) 37; Harrison
Beavis (R) 31; Dylan Hahn (W) 29.
Waikerie 15.11 (101) d Loxton 4.1 (25).
BEST: Waikerie -- A. Weir, S. Parfitt, J. Burgemeister,
P. Liebich, D. Kennedy, L. Scholten. Loxton -- H.
Kelly, B. Boughen, J. Garvie, C. Mullins, B. Reichelt,
GOALS: Waikerie -- D. Gollan 5, A. Weir 3, M. Hahn,
D. King 2, S. Smyth, C. Mackareth, S. Parfitt. Loxton --
B. Boughen 2, L. Sharrad, B. Reichelt.
Lox North 11.9 (75) d Barmera-Monash 4.1 (25).
Berri 11.6 (72) d Renmark 4.1 (25).
Loxton North 6 9 1 610 839 13 42.10
Barmera-Monash 3 12 1 391 986 7 28.40
Leading goal kickers: Jason Westley (B) 51; Cooper
Mackareth (W) 34; Jesse Thackeray (LN) 34; Jasper
Hoffmann (B) 29; Mitchell Hahn (W) 25.
2.2 5.4 9.5 14.9
1.2 2.4 7.5 9.6
BEST: Moorook-Kingston -- M. Morrell, S. Hirschi, K. Sampson, L. Campbell,
K. Wright, J. Butterworth. BSR -- B. Kurtz, D. Payne, S. Marks, T. Cowland, S.
McKenzie, B. McPherson.
GOALS: Moorook-Kingston -- A. Pierri 4, T. Voigt, G. Vlassopoulos, L. Campbell
2, T. Packer, C. Hughes, G. Wakefield, M. Morrell. BSR -- J. Martinson 3, A.
Birch, M. Martinson 2, T. Cowland, J. Plush.
INDEPENDENT FOOTBALL FINALS
4.2 8.4 13.10 18.15
3.5 5.9 8.11 9.13
BEST: Brown's Well -- B. Hampel, T. Braun, T. Sharman, M. Mawe, M.
McConnell, J. McNeil. Wunkar -- L. Hentschke, I. Worsfold, L. Worsfold, N.
Hentschke, R. Heinrich, R. Taylor.
GOALS: Brown's Well -- J. Smith 5, M. Mawe 4, T. Braun 3, J. Martin, C. Hyde,
B. Hampel, B. Hoffmann, J. McNeil, B. Perry. Wunkar -- S. Schulz 3, B. Reid 2,
M. Nemet, R. Taylor, L. Worsfold, D. Evans.
MOOROOK-KINGSTON is poised
to win its first Independent A grade
football flag since 1994, following its
33-point win over BSR in the second
semi-final at Wunkar on Saturday.
The Warriors were in control from
start to finish and will play in their first
grand final since their 2004 loss to Lyrup.
After a close first term, Moorook-
Kingston kicked the first three goals of
the second term, with Anthony Pierri
looking damaging up forward.
A late goal gave the Redbacks some
hope heading into the half time break.
BSR came out with more confidence
in the second half, with Brandon Kurtz
dictating play and Dale Payne getting his
hands on the footy.
The Redbacks kicked five goals to four
and reduced the margin to 12 points at the
Moorook-Kingston, led by star
midfielder Matt Morrell and defender
Sam Hirschi, pulled away from last year's
runner-up to win comfortably.
Morrell was brilliant as usual for the
Warriors, racking up the touches in the
middle, while Kym Sampson read the play
across half back.
Lenny Campbell was at his usual
creative self, setting up goals for the likes
of Pierri (four goals).
Kurtz was best for the Redbacks
across half back, while midfield trio Troy
Cowland, Sam Marks and Dale Payne
battled hard and Jed Martinson kicked
BSR will play Brown's Well in the
preliminary final after the Bombers put
an end to Wunkar's season in the first
semi-final at Moorook on Sunday.
Brown's Well won by 56 points to win
its first final since the 2000 season, the
same year it won its last premiership.
The Bombers edged their way to a
13-point lead at the main break, with the
likes of Liam and Nathan Hentschke and
Ian and Luke Worsfold keeping the Dogs
After half time, it was all Brown's
Well and the Bombers celebrated in the
final term when the result was confirmed.
Ruckman Brian Hampel put in
another brilliant game, teaming up
with midfielders Troy Braun, Marcus
Mawe and Mark McConnell to dominate
Redbacks live to ﬁght another day
WAIKERIE overcame a terrible
first quarter to smash Loxton
by 63 points in the final round
of Riverland A grade football at
Waikerie on Saturday.
An undermanned Loxton came out of
the blocks strongly, kicking with the aid
of a strong breeze.
The Tigers kicked the first six goals of
the match, while Waikerie missed several
set shots to finish the quarter goalless.
Rhys Mitchell was in great form up
front as Loxton led by 35 points at the
first change and an upset was in the air.
Loxton's Ash Montgomery and
Waikerie's Reid Beeching were having
a great duel in the ruck, while young
Magpie Elliott Modra was playing his
best game of the season on the forward
However, it was not long before
Waikerie had wrestled back the lead.
The Magpies kicked six goals in about
10 minutes of play, despite the Tigers
flooding the Magpie forward line.
Loxton tried to cut off Jim Thomson
by sitting players in front of him, but
the goal sneak still managed to kick four
goals for the quarter.
Even Montgomery was forced to play
loose in defence as the Tigers struggled
to combat Waikerie's forwards and the
Loxton's lead was quickly eroded and
Waikerie went to the half time break
leading by nine points in a stunning
After half time it was one-way footy,
despite Loxton kicking with the breeze.
Thomson and Shaun Steele had
plenty of the ball up forward, Tristan
Geehman dominated his wing and Elliott
remained dangerous on his flank.
Tim Bevan was getting plenty of the
ball in the midfield, doing what he liked
as Waikerie increased its lead to 24 points
at the final change.
Chris Papageorgiou and Nick Uren
did their best to stem the tide for Loxton,
but the Tigers were unable to get the ball
past Steven Braun at centre half back,
with the big man playing his one of his
best games for the season.
Waikerie could have won by more, but
finished the game with seven behinds
in a row.
Geehmann was terrific for Waikerie,
along with Steele, Thomson (seven
goals), Braun and Modra.
Magpies ﬁnish off
BSR'S Jed Martinson flies high over the pack to take a contested mark during
Saturday's Independent football second semi-final at Wunkar.
PHOTOS: Grant Schwartzkopff
Bevan and Jim Thomson
polled the highest in The
Murray Pioneer Writers'
Award this year.
Bevan finished on 20 votes
and Thomson on 19, with both
enjoying terrific seasons.
Renmark's Trevor Thorpe
won the award for a second
successive year, polling 27
votes to win from Barmera-
Monash's Aaron Dart on
24 and fellow Rover Shane
Walker on 23.
27 Trevor Thorpe (R); 24 Aaron
Dart (BM); 23 Shane Walker
(R); 21 Dillon Millard (BM); 21
Michael Scott (LN).
Top Waikerie players
20 Tim Bevan; 19 Jim Thomson;
16 Reid Beeching; 13 Adam
Braendler; 12 Michael Bratton;
12 Matt Butcher; 12 Shaun
our top pollers
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