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THREE late wickets to
Waikerie-Ramco has the
Riverland A grade cricket
match against Berri delicately
poised following Saturday's first
day of play.
Chasing Waikerie-Ramco's total
of 87, Berri was 3/26 at stumps,
after losing three top order bats-
men. Waikerie-Ramco opening
bowler Nathan Paschke conceded
just six runs from seven quality
overs and claimed two wickets.
Earlier in the day, just three
Waikerie Ramco batsmen reached
double figures, headed by Kym
The importance of mid-season
acquisition Brad Rosenzweig was
again underlined, with Berri's
opening bowler finishing with the
figures of 5/24 from 15 overs, in-
cluding six maidens.
In B grade, Brown's Well enjoyed
a comfortable win over Waikerie
Ramco to celebrate its annual spon-
sors' day. Brown's Well stalwart Jim
Patterson opened the batting and
top scored with 45.
Waikerie-Ramco v Berri
N. Paschke c W. Scadden b Williss
R. Griffiths c W. Scadden b Hooker
T. Bevan c Harwood b Hooker
T. Geeham b Kleinig
K. Taylor c Miatke b Safralidis
A. Borgas b Rosenzweig
S. Taylor b Rosenzweig
A. Lean b Rosenzweig
D. Golding b Rosenzweig
A. Lean c & b Rosenzweig
M. McDonald not out
C. Schutz dnb
Berri 3/26 (N. Scadden 13, A. Miatke 0, J.
Kleinig 0, B. Rosenzweig 12no, Z. Trussell 0no;
T. Geeham 1/1, N. Paschke 2/5, D. Golding
0/7, M. McDonald 0/8).
Brown's Well 3/134 (J. Patterson 45, C. van
der Merwe 43) d Waikerie Ramco 131 (L.
Patterson 3/29, C. Patterson 1/24, T. Victor
Wunkar 158 (L. Pontt 45, M. Hall 25, T. Pontt
21, H. Bobilak 20, L. Cregan 15, B. Helbig
2/33, L. Twigden 2/34, M. Bagguley 2/36,
J. English 2/14, D. Watkins 2/14) d Waikerie
Gold 152 (J. English 41, B. Helbig 31, M.
Bagguley 12, D. Fridd 11, L. Pontt 5/34, L.
Cregan 2/19, T. Pontt 2/36, M. Falting 2/13).
Waikerie poised for win
THE Waikerie division one Sat-
urday pennant side are living on a
knife edge with their aspirations to
play in this year's finals in the week-
end bowls competition.
Even though they lost in a hard
fought affair with Renmark, on Sat-
urday, they still hang on to fourth
place on the ladder with their two
closest challengers also losing:
Loxton Blue to Renmark RSL, and
Loxton Yellow to Loxton RSL.
There were good signs from the
Roger Davies and Barry Harden
rinks (28 to 13 and 19 to 18) and not
so good signs from the Collins and
Burnett rinks. Once again it has to
be put down to how consistent the
With only two rounds to go before
the finals, some serious effort has to
be put in by this side that on paper
looks as good as any in the competi-
tion. The top side takes on top of the
table Loxton RSL this week in what
will be another hold your breath
Second division: The seconds
travelled to Lyrup to take on that
side in what was a very important
game with regard to them holding
on to top spot on the ladder. In what
was a great escape, they only won
one rink, Bill Haby having success
by 12 shots, while Dave Thompson
and Grant Hall were both defeated
by five shots.
They are at home next week to
the very strong Moorook side.
Third division: A big strong win
over Lyrup has cemented the third's
in top position. Although they have
to win one of the next two games to
keep their top of the table spot.
Brian Oliver won 22 to 20, John
Mortimer won 26 to 17 and Fred King
won 27 to 10.
They travel to Renmark next
week to take on second placed Ren-
mark. A win would be a great result
against probably their toughest op-
position for the finals.
The mid week triples team took
on Berri Red last Wednesday in a
top of the table clash and prevailed
which meant they have taken over
top of the ladder from the Berri side.
Some 13 Waikerie bowlers travel
to Adelaide tomorrow to take part in
the annual Country Carnival.
WEEKEND BOWLS RESULTS
Loxton RSL 87 d Loxton Yellow 81.
L. Westbrook 18 d B. Bullock 14; G. Huppatz
21 lost to D. Schliebs 28; J. Wright 26 d P.
Kimber 16; S. Roberts 22 lost to N. Thiele
Berri 95 d Barmera 81.
D. Treloar 24 d J. O'Brien 13; G. Butt 26 d P.
Ashton 19; M. Kubank 23 d R. Kuchel 16; A.
Hill 22 d J. Morena 16.
Renmark RSL 98 d Loxton Blue 66.
K. Knight 22 drew with B. Semmler 22; J. Van
Pavia 17; M. Inglis 18 lost to T. Thurston 19.
Renmark 75 d Waikerie 62.
M. Howe 18 lost to B. Harden 18; R. Stoeckel
18 d B. Burnett 7; S. Leesue 26 d W. Collins
8; B. Dopson 13 lost to R. Davies 28.
Loxton Yellow 6 10 0 -85 187
Renmark RSL 6 10 0 -179 172
Waikerie 59 d Lyrup 57.
B. Haby 27 d N. Leach 15; D. Thompson 18
lost to D. Wainwright 23; D. Schapel 14 lost
to S. Munro 19.
Waikerie 75 d Lyrup 47.
J. Mortimer 26 d N. Nattrass 17; F. King 27 d
S. Nattrass 10; B. Oliver 22 d J. Letton 20.
Mid week results
Barmera 80 d Waikerie 43.
S. Barnett 28 d H. Mortimer 11; J. Vidorin
20 lost to N. Dellazoppa 22; C. Brown 32 d
R. Cain 10.
Waikerie 87 d Berri Red 81.
D. Lee 17 lost to D. Treloar 23; B. Burnett 21
d C. Miller 14; B. Harden 32 d N. Harcombe
21; G. Pursche 17 lost to A. Gapco 23.
Points: Waikerie 312; Berri Blue 305; Berri
Red 295; Loxton Red 273; Monash 242;
Loxton White 236; Renmark Green 204;
Berri White 199; Loxton Blue 197; Loxton
RSL 190; Renmark Gold 168; Renmark RSL
156; Barmera Blue 136; Barmera White 116;
Lyrup 97; Moorook 10.
Bowls team on a knife-edge in ﬁnals
WAIKERIE knocked over
flag favourites Cobdogla in
Riverland division one tennis
A dominant performance from
Waikerie's men set up the victory.
Barmera edged out a competitive
Berri-view 8-4, while in the clos-
est match of the round, Renmark
Tintra had just six games to spare,
with sets equal, against Loxton.
Dominant performances in sev-
eral doubles sets helped get Ren-
mark over the line.
In division two Loxton Gold
scored a narrow two-game win over
Berri-view Blue, with sets equal.
Waikerie 8-69 d Cobdogla 4-56.
Doubles: T. Lehmann/S. Steele d L.
Hampshire/S. Nettle 6-3; Lehmann/Steele d
S. Butterworth/Hampshire 6-4; S. Braun/B.
Haynes d Butterworth/B. Kollmann 6-1;
Braun/L. McWaters d B. Fridd/B. Rogers 6-4;
P. Kroehn/T. Adamczyk lost to K. Saville/B.
Dillon 1-6, 2-6.
Singles: Lehmann d Butterworth 9-3; Steele
d Kollmann 9-5; Braun d Fridd 9-4; Haynes
d B. Rogers 9-8; Kroehn lost to Saville 2-6;
Adamczyk lost to Dillon 4-6.
Tennis ﬂag favourites toppled
Berri 18 (M. Taylor, E. Clarke, C. Heinrich) d Loxton 9 (N. Paull,
J. Wooldridge, D. Venning).
Waikerie 10 (Casey, Riley, Bradley) drew with Monash 10 (H.
Smith, S. Martin, A. Corman).
Renmark Blue 15 (L. O'Brien, E. Tzanos, H. Brown) d Renmark
White 11 (all played well).
Renmark 14 (Gemma Letton, Hamish McDonald, Scott Jones)
d Loxton Blue 10 (C. Pumpa, C. Hammerstein, T. Steicke).
Loxton Green 18 (C. Morrow, K. Bradtke, T. Watkins) drew
with Berri 18 (K. Ferguson, K. Jesser, Z. Harrington).
Cobdogla 13 (C. Passmore, B. Smith, M. Elsdon) d Waikerie
11 (no best players supplied).
JUNIOR CRICKET RESULTS
Redbacks v Strikers
L.Hilton 23 ret.
M. Rayner 21 ret.
W.Moxham 20 ret.
J.Morgan 0 n.o.
Bowling - K.Hilton
0/7, K.Rayner 0/10,
R.Singh 0/22, S.Liebich
1/15, E.Rayner 1/19,
K.Hilton 20 ret.
S.Liebich 22 ret.
M.Waanders 19 ret.
K.Rayner 15 ret.
E. Rayner 4
Bowling - N.Hyde 0/8,
M.Rayner 2/13, M.Carter
0/13, W.Moxham 0/15,
L.Hilton 1/11, T.Waanders
Match won by Strikers.
WILL Campbell, Noah Hyde and Jack Simpfendorfer.
WILEY Moxham, Mitchell Rayner and Will
MARK Carter and Will Campbell.
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