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WAIKERIE had a hard-
fought win over Barmera
in division one men’s
basketball on Saturday.
The Warriors were led by
Luke Exton, who opened his
night with consecutive threes
and finished off with three
from outside the arc on his way
to 10 points.
Mitchell White added eight
for Waikerie, while Danny Mil-
lard dominated for Barmera to
finish with 14.
Renmark upset Waikerie on
Thursday, beating the Warriors
by five points.
The Steamers trailed by two
points at half time, but stormed
home in the second half.
Josh Warnock was at his
athletic best, scoring 11 of his
13 points in the second half,
while Craig Seekamp scored
Mitchell White (eight) and
Shaun Steele (seven) battled
hard for the Warriors.
Barmera smashed Berri by
22 points in the final game of
Barmera by just five
points in Riverland division
one women’s basketball on
The Lakers secured victory
after trailing by one at the final
Kelsee Kregar scored the
first five points of the quarter
for Barmera, before best-on-
court Annabel O’Dea added
four more to finish with 10 for
Hannah Lehmann played
a near lone hand for the War-
riors, finishing the night with
15 points, but was fouled out
early in the fourth quarter.
Thursday’s game saw Waik-
erie make it two losses in a
row for Renmark, beating the
Steamers by six points.
The Warriors led by 14
points heading into the final
quarter, but Renmark stormed
home to reduce the margin to
Connie Griffiths put in an
outstanding performance for
Waikerie, scoring 12 points,
while Lehmann added 10.
Anita Modlinski scored 12
points for Renmark, but was
fouled out, while Jo Haynes
DIVISION ONE MEN
Saturday: Waikerie 34 (L. Exton 10,
S. Steele, M. White 8, M. Liebig 5, T.
Morgan 2, K. Ling 1) d Barmera 29
(Danny Millard 14, Dillon Millard 8, K.
Coats, R. Hodgson 3, N. Morrow 1).
Thursday: Barmera 52 (K. Coats 16,
M. Wellington 14, Danny Millard 12,
Dillon Millard 10) d Berri 30 (N. Han-
kin 10, S. Smith 6, L. Francis, L. Hayes,
M. Howie 4, B. Clarke 2).
Renmark 42 (J. Warnock 13, C.
Seekamp 9, B. Pater, B. Tregeagle 6,
D. Leuders, H. Brown 3, I. Kolcas 2) d
Waikerie 37 (C. Mibus, M. White 8, S.
Steele 42, T. Morgan 6, A. Morgan 5,
L. Exton 3).
DIVISION TWO MEN
Loxton 60 d Barmera 33; Supercats
41 d Berri 31; Allstars 50 d Tigers 36.
DIVISION THREE MEN
Berri 42 d Loxton 37; Supercats 37
d Barmera 20.
DIVISION ONE WOMEN
Saturday: Barmera 31 (A. O’Dea 10,
A. Wutke, K. Kregar 6, H. Learhinan 5,
D. Millington, M. Britten 2) d Waikerie
26 (H. Lehmann 15, A. Curtis 5, T.
Fridd 4, T. Griffiths 1).
Thursday: Barmera 27 (A. Wutke, K.
Kregar 6, A. O’Dea 5, H. Learhinan 3,
M. Britten, P. Size 2, B. Phillips 1) d
Berri 21 (C. Drogemuller 8, K. Krollig
5, T. Moldovan, A. Krollig 4, T. Brown
Waikerie 38 (C. Griffiths 12, H.
Lehmann 10, A. Curtis 7, T. Fridd 6, T.
Griffiths 2, R. Hahn 1) d Renmark 32
(A. Modlinski 12, J. Haynes 8, R. Leud-
ers 7, S. Rucioch 3, J. Monaghan 2).
DIVISION TWO WOMEN
Waikerie 26 d Lakers 22; Loxton 33
d Allstars 30.
DIVISION THREE WOMEN
Renmark 51 d Supercats 6; Berri 42
d Loxton 22; Blazers 41 d Barmera 21.
U18: Loxton 37 d Berri 35; Renmark
39 d Barmera 38.
U16: Berri 27 d Renmark 21; Steam-
ers 35 d Barmera 20; Supercats 37
drew Loxton 37.
U14 (div 1): Loxton 51 d Renmark
18; Berri 86 d Barmera 16.
U14 (div 2): Loxton 30 d Berri 16.
U12: Barmera 43 d Supercats 11;
Berri 71 d Loxton 9; Loxton 33 d Waik-
U18: Renmark 36 d Barmera 33;
Berri 45 d Loxton 8; Supercats 53 d
Waikerie 24; Supercats 60 d Loxton
11; Barmera 62 d Berri 20.
U16 (div 1): Berri 27 d Renmark 25;
Loxton 41 d Barmera 21.
U16 (div 2): Blazers 27 d Loxton 23;
Blazers 29 d Berri 16; Loxton 29 d
U14: Loxton 35 d Barmera 22; Ren-
mark 38 d Berri 9.
U12: Renmark 26 d Barmera 16;
Loxton 32 d Berri 12; Barmera 33 d
Berri 13; Loxton 74 d Waikerie 0.
WAIKERIE-RAMCO was at Berri on the
weekend to start the two-day Riverland
Turf Cricket Association A grade game.
In a mark of respect for deceased SA cricketer
Phil Hughes, both teams wore black arm bands
and a minute’s silence was observed.
Tim Bevan won the toss as acting captain and
chose to bat.
Mark Shaw and Ash Werner opened the in-
nings and began solidly for 10 overs, until Wer-
ner was caught out for nine runs.
The score was 1/12 as Kym Taylor joined
However, this failed to last long as Shaw was
caught out as well at 2/12.
Tristan Geehman was in at four and quickly
By drinks the score was 2/43 off 22 overs as
the Warriors were building towards batting out
their 80 overs.
After drinks the scoring rate increased as
Geehman sped to 45 before an aggressive shot
bought him undone.
His knock included four fours and guaranteed
a long day in the field for Berri.
Bevan joined the fray and looked in great
touch as he and Taylor took the score to 3/140 at
tea, with Taylor bringing up a patient and disci-
The heat was wearing Berri down, and Bevan
took his toll before Darren Skilton took his wick-
et to dismiss him for 26.
Rowan Hope arrived at the crease and scored
two runs before he went, making it 5/180 after 53
Luke Horner ran hard and was busy as al-
ways as he and Taylor added 26 more to the score
before Luke went for seven.
Matt Wenske was next in and also made seven.
There were still 14 overs left in the day when
Stephen Taylor joined his old man at the crease.
Kym Taylor was in the high 90s, as he had been
for a while, but worked hard to bring up his 100.
Stephen Taylor defended stoutly to support
his father and, in the last 10 overs, 55 runs were
added to the score as Waikerie-Ramco ended the
day on 7/279, with Stephen Taylor eight not out
and Kym Taylor 143 not out, including 15 fours
and a six.
With the inclusion of Rick Griffiths and Chris
Schutz next week, Berri will struggle to chase
down the score.
Waikerie-Ramco 7/279 v Berri.
Waikerie-Ramco – M. Shaw 3, A. Werner 9, K. Taylor
143no, T. Geehman 45, T. Bevan 26, R. Hope 2, L. Horner 7,
M. Wenske 7, S. Taylor 8no.
Bowling – B. Rosenzweig 1/51, R. Hooker 2/29, J. Kleinig
0/30, R. Ruthra 0/17, Z. Trussell 0/33, D. Skilton 2/57, W.
Scadden 1/7, S. Beard 1/14, N. Scadden 0/21.
Renmark 86 v Loxton 4/73.
Renmark – no details supplied.
Bowling – R . Smith 0/15, C. Fisher 0/20, K. Smith 1/9, J.
Norman 5/16, J. Albrecht 1/7, T. Graetz 2/13, W. Lehmann
Loxton – J . Norman 17, T. Graetz 10, J. Albrecht 7, R.
Nickolls 19, K. Smith 5no, J. Deren 6no.
Bowling – no details supplied.
Gerard 288 d Waikerie Gold 112.
Gerard – G. Taylor 23, T. Abdulla 118, S. Sumner 55, A.
Abdulla Sr 8, G. Abdulla 34, K. Karpany Jr 7, A. Abdulla Jr 9,
G. Halls 15no, K. Karpany Sr 9, J. Abdulla 0, A. Abdulla 0.
Bowling – B . Helbig 4/72, L. Twigden 1/34, R. Tregenza
0/49, R. Carter 0/35, M. Bagguley 0/43, J. English 2/31, K.
Waikerie Gold – B. Helbig 43, M. Bagguley 1, R. Carter 9,
R. Tregenza 7, K. Matthews 13, J. English 0, D. Fridd 15, M.
Fitzgerald 1, L. Twigden 0, M. Carter 0, T. English 0no.
Bowling – K. Karpany Sr 0/34, A. Abdulla Jr 1/23, T.
Abdulla 7/21, S. Sumner 1/19, K. Karpany Jr 1/10.
Wunkar 6/328 d Waikerie-Ramco 73.
Wunkar – J . Pontt 47, A . Searles 21, B. Schubert 6, L.
Cregan 89, B. Victor 14, J. Berger 63no, M. Falting 43, T.
Pontt 7no, L. Pontt 7no.
Bowling – no details supplied.
Waikerie-Ramco – no details supplied.
Bowling – L . Pontt 0/4, B. Falting 0/5, L. Cregan 1/19, T.
Eagle 1/29, T. Pontt 6/16, B. Victor 1/0.
WAIKERIE RAMCO JUNIOR CRICKET
Redbacks 129 d Strikers 92.
Redbacks – K. Hilton 21 ret., C. Langdown 0,
W. Campbell 6 ret., M. Whittington-Arnold 3, K. Rayner 23
ret., J. Mackereth 11, R. Singh 11 ret., H. Thomas 0 ret., M.
Waanders 12 ret., W. Moxham 8 ret.
Extras: 33. Total: 129 all out.
Bowling – S . Liebich 0/7, N. Hyde 1/2, B. Burgemeister
0/10, M. Rayner 0/22, M. Carter 0/10, E. Rayner 0/15, T.
Waanders 1/11, L.Hilton 0/16, T. Singh 1/28, Z. Wood 0/11.
Strikers – L . Hilton 14, T. Waanders 1 ret., T. Singh 2 ret.,
M. Carter 3, S. Liebich 19, B. Burgemeister 6, Z. Wood 3 ret.,
M. Rayner 23 ret., N. Hyde 1no, E. Rayner 0.
Extras: 20. Total: 92 all out.
Bowling – K. Hilton 1/13, K. Rayner 2/18, W. Moxham
0/10, M. Waanders 0/10, C. Langdown 1/8, H. Thomas
0/16, J. Mackereth 0/9.
IN front of a packed home crowd, the
Waikerie Black Sox came up against last year’s
A grade premiers, the Renmark Angels, in
Riverland baseball on Friday night.
The Black Sox were aiming to win their fourth
game of the season – a dream start for a side that
boasts only five experienced players (Gavin Wilson,
Glen Schreiber, Ian Clarke and brothers Aaron and
The rest of the side consists of players who are
new to the sport, but are picking the game up quickly.
However, Renmark showed why it is the team to
beat this season, quickly halting Waikerie’s momen-
tum in the first innings as it scored seven runs in its
first at the bat. From there Renmark never looked
like it could be beaten.
The young and inexperienced Black Sox, only in
their sixth game, never looked completely comfort-
able against the experienced Renmark side.
The home team had pressure building on it in the
field and made a few costly errors, giving up easy
runs and was unable to back up Aaron Best’s fantas-
tic effort from the mound.
Glen Schreiber showed his true value to the team
with great discipline in the batter’s box.
He was outstanding in his base running and tried
to lead his team back into the game, but the experi-
enced Renmark team shut down any attempt thrown
A positive for the local Black Sox team was that,
although it was shakey in the field during the first
innings, it was able to steady and keep the rest of the
The side was able to get many runners in scoring
positions, and kept the scores to 4-2 in Renmark’s fa-
Renmark starting pitcher Dion Tregeale led the
way with six strike outs and gave up only one safe
hit, keeping the Black Sox line-up quiet for his three
Waikerie’s starting pitcher Aaron Best, finished
with seven strike-outs and gave up seven hits in his
In only his second time on the mound, Waikerie’s
Grant van Rooyen was able to keep things steady for
Waikerie in the final two innings.
In the end Renmark was too strong for the home
side, defeating Waikerie 16-3.
Renmark too good
for our Black Sox
Hard-fought men’s basketball win over Barmera
Waikerie-Ramco piles on runs
RIVERLAND A grade cricketers from Berri and Waikerie-Ramco observed a minute’s
silence for deceased SA cricketer Phil Hughes before the start of their two-day game.
PHOTO: Grant Schwartzkopff
A MINUTE’S silence was also observed before the start of the B grade home game
between Gerard and Waikerie Gold on Saturday.
PHOTO: Ryneisha Bollard
Helbig was first to
bowl for Waikerie
Gold in the B
Ramco’s A grade
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