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RIVERLAND DARTS ASSOCIATION RESULTS
Waikerie Club 11 (E. Walters 180, 140x3, 121, 100x3;
S. McKinnon 140, 121, 100x2; W. Schwatzkopff 140,
125, 100; D. Watkins 140, 100x5; V. King 140, 100x2) d
Barmera Hotel nil.
Bourky's Mob (R. Yates 180, 140x4, 135, 128, 127,
100x3; M. Strother 140, 121x2, 100x3; J . Bourke 140,
118, 100x3; A. Bourne 100 x 2) d Tanya's Terrors 1.
Barmera Odd Bods 10 (D. Parﬁtt 180, 140x5, 125, 100;
D. Coombe 140x2, 125, 100x7; M. Seeby 140, 139, 135,
121, 100x3; D. Roessel 135, 116, 100) d Loxton RSL Kaos
1 (M. Romeo 140x2, 120, 100x3; T. Romeo 140, 101, 100;
D. Mussolino 140, 100x2; M. Reichelt 131, 100x3).
Loxton RSL 10 (S. Pankhurst 140, 125, 100x4; A.
Hargreaves 140, 100x3; J. Willett 125, 120, 100x4; T. Smith
100) d Monash Wanderers 1 (D. Martin 123, 120, 105,
100x2; K. Hayes 112, 103; A. Weidenhofer 140).
Cobby Kaos 7 (G. Dyer 171, 162, 117; J. Morrison 140x3,
100x3; D. Cooper 125, 100x2) d Berri Club Juggernaughts 4
(S. Thomas 114, 100; W. Simpson 100; B. Crompton 100).
Premiership table as of November 6: Loxton RSL 8-40,
Waikerie 8-39, Bourky's Mob 6-33, Barmera Odd Bods
6-27, Cobby Kaos 6-24, Berri Club 4, Monash Wanderers 2,
Barmera Hotel 0-13, Loxton RSL Kaos 0-10, Tanya's Terrors.
WAIKERIE GOLF AND COUNTRY CLUB
Tuesday, November 4
Winner J. Pearson 33.
Wednesday, November 5
Winner H. Moyle 43, runner-
up D. Wheeler 42, third D.
Noble Road Wines nearest
to pin: G. Zaleski.
Oxford Landing longest
drive: T. Neideck.
Saturday, November 8
Divison one: Winner T.
Neideck 39, runner-up P.
Divison two: Winner H.
Moyle 38, runner-up M.
Ladies winner: L. Gosse 36.
Men's longest drive: G.
Strauss, R. Wilson.
Nearest to the pin: G.
Strauss, J. Schober.
THE Morgan Cricket Club has won its first
three games of the Barossa Light Cricket
Association (BLCA) season, continuing on
its success of last year.
This is the second year Morgan has competed
in the BLCA after the Mid Murray Cricket Asso-
Morgan has entered one team in the BLCA
A5 competition and competes against Greenock,
Light Pass, Tanunda, Eudunda-Robertstown and
Morgan Cricket Club secretary and treasurer
Allison Lower said the team made it into last
year's grand final and hoped to be competitive
again this season.
"We have had a great start to the season," she
said. "We are always a bit unsure of what our
team will be each week, because a lot of the play-
ers have to work.
"The club has a fairly large list of registered
players, but it all depends who is in town to play
"Last year's team made it to the grand final,
but couldn't quite take it out.
"A couple of our players also took out the top
individual awards, so we know we have the talent
and we can be competitive."
Ms Lower said the cricket club held a strong
support base in Morgan.
"We really wanted to keep the club alive," she
said. "The only other sport played in Morgan is
"All the players are really good mates, so they
don't mind travelling, and the community sup-
port has been great.
"When we have home games we get people out
and watching, which is really great to see."
Morgan cleaning up
WAIKERIE beat the newly
formed Berri Three 8-6 in
Riverland A grade baseball
on Friday night.
Berri Three led until the
bottom of the second innings,
before Waikerie notched five
runs to take th elead.
Aaron Best and Gavin
Barrow were among the best
Black Sox batters.
Dylan Christian and Travis
Perry led the way for Berri.
Berri cruised to a 21-0 win
over Lyrup on Friday
Lyrup was kept scoreless
against the powerful Berri line-
up, but managed to get seven
runners on bases thoughout the
The Lions also ended with a
double play to end the last dig
and finish the game.
Nick Kuhn and Nick Morrow
both scored four runs for Berri,
with Kuhn hitting a triple.
Morrow hit a home run to
score three runs.
Berri Two defeated Ren-
mark Two 12-2 in a match
played on Thursday.
Kris Taylor and Anthony
Cook hit safely twice for the
Warriors, while Tim Preusker
led the way for the Angels with
Berri extended its lead in
each inning, keeping Renmark
scoreless for the first three digs.
The Angels scored six times
in the sixth, but reverted back
to its fifth innings score due to
uneven innings when time was
RIVERLAND SOFTBALL RESULTS 8/11/14 (ROUND 3)
Loxton 20 d Monash 17.
Best Loxton: not submitted. Best
Monash: L. Bagguley, D. Houston, D.
Renmark Blue 19 d Berri 15.
Renmark Blue: I. Milligan, H. Brauer,
R. Tieste. Berri: A. Hibberd, L. Peltz,
Renmark White 18 d Waikerie 15.
Renmark White: L. O'Brien, T. Baker,
H. Brown. Waikerie: J. Pillion, E.
Briscoe and B. Briscoe.
Waikerie 22 d Berri 7.
Waikerie: E. Pillion, J. Ebert, A. Ebert.
Berri: K. Ferguson, S. Hauptman, J.
Renmark 20 d Cobdogla 0.
Renmark: K. Leckie-Hefford, C. Le, G.
Letton. Cobdogla: J. Pech, A. Sutton,
Loxton Blue 21 d Loxton Geen 8.
Loxton Blue: J. Symens, T. Steicke, J.
Wooldridge. Loxton Green: T. Watkins,
J. Garvie, M. Walmsley-Collen.
welcomed back Ben Schiller,
Adam Borgas, Adam Lean
and Rowan Hope into its
Riverland A grade cricket
team on Saturday.
The additions strengthened
the Warriors' batting line-up
for their second home game of
After being sent in on what
looked like a good batting
wicket, the side hoped to post a
challenging target for Renmark,
as it struggled with the bat in its
The start of the innings saw
the Warriors lose two wickets in
the opening over, including star
batsman Kym Taylor.
It failed to improve for the
Warriors in the following overs.
They were completely outplayed
in the early part of the match as
Luke Fitzsimmons destroyed the
Warriors' top order and restrict-
ed them to 4/8 from seven overs.
This brought Nathan
Paschke to the crease and, along
with Tim Bevan, the Warriors
began to resurrect their innings.
Paschke and Bevan navi-
gated their way to drinks and in
the process got the score head-
ing in the right direction for the
The drinks break brought
about a change in momentum
as Renmark bowler Roley Boon
ripped the heart out of the War-
riors' revival, taking three wick-
ets in the first over after the
interval --- including the War-
riors most dangerous remaining
The remaining batsmen
struggled to find their rhythm
and were bowled out for 71.
In what was a disastrous in-
nings for the Warriors, Bevan
(19) and Paschke (16) were the
only batsmen to reach double
figures, which the Warriors will
need to improve on in coming
was without strike bowlers
Dave Golding and Chris Schutz,
it headed out to bowl with faith
that its best would be good
Tristan Geehman and
Paschke opened the bowling,
with Paschke the first to strike
in the fourth over.
Regular wickets continued
to fall until Fitzsimmons came
to the crease and once again
proved the difference between
the two sides, finishing off the
Renmark innings with 21 not
out.The pick of the bowlers for
the Warriors was Taylor, who
finished with figures of 2/16.
Next week the Warriors
travel to Loxton for a very im-
portant game in terms of the
one-day season, with only a few
B grade: The side also
played a home game against
Renmark, and hoped to continue
its good start to the season.
The team welcomed Liam
Schiller and Stephen Taylor
back from the A grade, along
with Mantaj Singh, who was
playing his first game for the
This trio shouldered most of
the responsibility with both bat
and bowl, along with regulars
Matt Wenske and David Arnold.
Next week the Warriors will
look to continue their good form
and hope to get some continuity
within the team.
For anyone interested in
playing cricket, training is held
at the Waikerie Cricket Oval on
Smith Drive from 5pm on Thurs-
WAIKERIE-RAMCO v RENMARK
B. SCHILLER ........................c&b Gallo 1
M. SHAW ...........c Turk b Fitzsimmons 0
K. TAYLOR .......c Fielke b Fitzsimmons 0
R. GRIFFITHS c Lindner b Fitzsimmons 5
T. BEVAN ................................b Boon 19
N. PASCHKE ................c Turk b Boon 16
A. BORGAS ...............c Lindner b Boon 2
L. HORNER ...............................not out 8
T. GEEHMAN ..............................b Turk 2
R. HOPE .....................................b Turk 3
A. LEAN .....................c Lindner b Turk 0
L. Fitzsimmons 5 3 3 3
S. TURK ...........c Griffiths b Paschke 10
A. LINDNER .......c Borgas b Geehman 5
J. FIELKE ................c Borgas b Horner 8
S. TOPPERWIEN ..................lbw Taylor 8
K. GILLESPIE .........................not out 16
R. DUTHIE ................................b Taylor 2
L. FITZSIMMONS ...................not out 21
T. Geehman 5
N. Paschke 4.2 1 24 1
BERRI v LOXTON
T. GRAETZ .......c N. Scadden b Hooker 0
J. DEREN ..............................not out 117
J. ALBRECHT .....c Hooker b Kleinig 133
K. SMITH ..................c Taylor b Kleinig 3
J. ZDANOWICZ .........................not out 8
S.Tharsan 6 0 51 0
W.Scadden 4 0 25 0
N.Scadden 2 0 32 0
N. SCADDEN .......c K. Smith b Norman 12
D. SKILTON ..............c Deren b R. Smith 1
J. KLEINIG ............c Gutsche b R. Smith 0
J. WILLISS ............c K. Smith b Graetz 26
S. BEARD .....................................b Graetz 4
W. SCADDEN ...............................not out 21
R. TAYLOR ..................c Fisher b Norman 1
Z. TRUSSELL ......c Norman b Lehmann 24
R. HOOKER.....................................not out 2
W.Lehmann 7 2 24 1
Waikerie Gold 6/142 d Loxton North 139.
Loxton North -- no details supplied.
Bowling -- B. Helbig 4/12, R. Carter
1/54, R. Tregenza 2/14, M. Bagguley
1/23, D. Watkins 0/24, J. English 1/9.
Waikerie Gold -- M. Bagguley 42, B.
Helbig 17, R. Carter 0, R. Tregenza 12, K.
Matthews 2, D. Watkins 6, D. Fridd 26no,
J. English 15no.
Bowling -- no details supplied.
Waikerie-Ramco 4/70 d Renmark 67.
Renmark -- N. Arbon 0, S. Walker 0, D.
Mills 16, D. Haines 8, D. Thompson 0, R.
Singh 2, M. Hussain 20, B. Morey 1, C.
Jarrett 11, S. Przibilla 1no, T. Hussain 0.
Bowling -- S. Taylor 4/10, M. Wenske
2/20, I. Mohammad 2/8, L. Schiller 0/16,
J. Twigden 0/9, H. Dearman 2/4.
Waikerie-Ramco -- A. Werner 20, L. Schil-
ler 4, M. Singh 24no, M. Wenske 15, S.
Taylor 1, D. Arnold 0no.
Bowling -- C. Jarrett 1/10, D. Haines
0/18, D. Thompson 2/12, D. Mills 0/22,
R. Singh 0/6.
Match held 8/11/14 at rec centre oval.
Best with the bat -- M. Whittington-Ar-
nold 23no, K. Hilton 20no, N. Hyde 20no,
L. Hilton 17, J. Mackereth 12no.
Best with the ball -- K. Hilton 2/5, M.
Whittington-Arnold 2/6, B. Burgemeister
2/13, A. Liebich 1/12, H. Thomas 1/14.
Catches -- L. Hilton 2, N. Hyde 2.
Run outs -- K.Hilton 2, W. Moxham 2.
Stumpings -- N. Hyde 1.
Trainings 4pm Thursdays at Waikerie nets.
Warriors back for loss
Baseball win for Waikerie
WAIKERIE'S Damian Stevens protects his base during Friday
night's Riverland A grade baseball game against Berri Three.
PHOTO: Grant Schwartzkopff
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