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warmed up for its finals with
a 57-run win over Renmark in
the final round of Riverland A
grade cricket on Saturday.
Renmark was bowled out for
just 45, with Nathan Paschke and
Kym Taylor taking three wickets
each. Simon Turk was the only
Renmark batsman to reach double
figures, making 17 at the top of
Waikerie-Ramco lost the early
wickets of Stephen Taylor and Pas-
chke, but rallied to pass Renmark's
Ricky Griffiths top scored with
26 for the Warriors, while Ash
Lindner and Luke Fitzsimmons
took three wickets apiece.
Renmark v Waikerie-Ramco
N. PASCHKE c Smith b S. Taylor 17
S. TAYLOR c Smith b Boon 0
R. GRIFFITHS b Lindner 26
K. TAYLOR c -- b Fitzsimmons 23
C. SCHUTZ c -- b Lindner 7
M. SHAW run out 0
N. SINGH b Fitzsimmons 1
A. LEAN not out 3
D. GOLDING not out 0
L. Fitzsimmons 13 5 20 3
M.Hussain 3 0 17 0
S. TURK c K. Taylor b S. Taylor 17
A. LINDNERb Paschke 1
J. FIELKE c -- b Paschke 1
M. SMITH c Bevan b Paschke 2
R. BOON b K. Taylor 2
S. TOPPERWIEN c Golding b S. Taylor 2
M. HUSSAIN lbw Griffiths 5
L. FITZSIMMONS c Lean b K. Taylor 1
W. FITZGERALD b Griffiths 4
T. HUSSAINnot out 1
Waikerie-Ramco 7 5 0 110
Semi-final: Waikerie-Ramco v Renmark
Waikerie-Ramco 5/165 d Waikerie Gold
Waikerie Gold -- no details supplied.
Bowling -- M. Wenske 1/33, H. Dearman
3/17, D. Stevens 1/34, R. Hope 0/17, B.
DeVito 5/29, A. Werner 0/8, J. Newsham
Waikerie-Ramco -- A. Werner 4, M. Singh
63no, A. Borgas 8, D. Stevens 40, R. Hope
35, H. Dearman 14.
Bowling -- no details supplied.
LOXTON were too strong for
Waikerie in the Riverland men's divi-
sion one basketball second semi-final
on Thursday night, winning by 17
The Supercats had winners all
over the court, despite Andrew Tul-
lett leaving the court with injury five
minutes into the game.
Waikerie recruit Nico Norca had
little influence on the game, scor-
ing only three points from six free
Adam Proud played well on Norca
in defence and also played well offen-
sively, scoring 15 points, while Jesse
Will scored 13.
Che Lange also played well for
Mitchell White top scored again
for Waikerie with 13, while Terry
Morgan was also in good touch.
Renmark advanced to the grand
final with a three-point victory over
Waikerie in Thursday's women's di-
vision one second semi-final.
Renmark played a full court trap,
which unsettled Waikerie early.
The Warriors overcame this by
having Mica Liu (11 points) control
Renmark led by two points at the
final change and pulled away in the
Once again Hannah Lehmann
(21) tried to lift Waikerie over the
line, hitting two late triples, but it
was not enough.
Reeni Leuders played one of her
best games for the season for Ren-
mark, scoring 10 points, while Lori
Haynes also played well.
2SF: Barmera 36 (Dillon Millard 16, A. Grose
10, K. Wright, R. Hodgson 4, M. Wellington 2)
d Renmark 35 (J. McLeod 13, J. Warnock 9, C.
Seekamp 4, B. Pater, B. Tregeagle 3, I. Kolcas
2, R. Garrett 1).
1SF: Loxton 44 (A. Proud 15, J. Will 13, C.
Rogers 8, B. Whitelaw 4, C. Lange, K. Wors-
fold 2) d Waikerie 27 (M. White 13, T. Morgan
4, L. Exton, N. Norca 3, S. Steele 2).
2SF: Renmark 43 (R. Leuders 10, A. Perry
8, A. James, A. Modlinski 7, T. Cooper 4, J.
Haynes, S. Croft 3, L. Haynes 2) d Waikerie
41 (H. Lehmann 21, M. Liu 11, A. Curtis 7,
C. Griffiths 2).
1SF: Loxton 29 (L. Sweeney 8, J. Dahlitz 7,
L. Uren 6, E. Thomas 4, S. Edwards, J. Drake
2) d Berri 26 (L. Hill 13, C. Drogemuller 7, T.
Moldovan 5, C. Foulds 1).
Green 30 (S. Lehmann 14, A. Matulick 10, A.
Hawke 4. T. Morgan 2) d Orange 22 (E. Schil-
ler 10, E. Pick 6, A. Matulick 4, L. Collins 2).
Green 36 (L. Nitschke 10, R. Turner 8, M.
Mitolo 8, J. Colbert 6, W. Kroehn 4) d Black
14 (A. Neville 6, N. Hyde 2, R. Lehmann 2, J.
Morgan 2, H. Nitschke 2).
Blue 40 (D. Barrow 16, J. Burgemeister 12, J.
Parfitt 6, C. Turner 6) d Green 37 (W. Hawke
14, H. Turner 8, J. Coombes 6, M. Hahn 5, A.
RIVERLAND SOFTBALL RESULTS
ROUND 16, MARCH 7
Renmark Blue d Waikerie
Renmark Blue best players:
Hamish McDonald, Hayley
Jones, Lauchlan McDonald.
Waikerie best players:
Makayla, Kiyisha, Ben.
Waikerie d Renmark, 16-6.
Waikerie best players: Helen
Johnson, Bobbie-Jean Taylor,
Adam Weir. Renmark best
players: Hamish McDon-
ald,Gemma Letton, Jesse
C Grade: Loxton Blue vs
B Grade: Loxton B vs Cob-
A Grade: Cobdogla Gold vs
out of ﬁnals series
WAIKERIE-RAMCO wicketkeeper Tim Bevan looks to run out his Renmark Royals opponent.
PHOTO: Grant Schwartzkopff
defeated an under-
9-3 at Barmera in
the Riverland Tennis
division one game on
Waikerie is expected
to improve in finals with
the return of Troy Leh-
mann to the line-up.
Cobdogla led 5-1 after
the doubles, with Tom
Waterson and Steven
Braun taking a set off
Shane Nettle and Luke
Hampshire for Waikerie.
nance continued in the
singles rubbers, with
Nettle, Brodie Fridd,
Katie Saville and Benita
Dillon all triumphant.
Cobdogla 9-73 d Waikerie
Doubles: S. Nettle/L. Hamp-
shire d T. Waterson/S. Braun
6-3, 4-6; S. Butterworth/B.
Fridd d B. Haynes/L. McWaters
7-6; B. Kollmann/S. Butter-
worth d B. Haynes/L. McWa-
ters 6-2; K. Saville/B. Dillon
d T. Adamczyk/K. Bannister
Singles: Nettle d Waterson
9-7; Butterworth lost to Braun
4-9; Kollmann lost to Haynes
4-9; Fridd d McWaterson 9-1;
Saville d Adamczyk 6-0; Dillon
d Bannister 6-1.
Ladder WLDF A Pts
Cobdogla 11 2 2 123 57 24
Ren/Tintra 8 5 2 91 89 18
Waikerie 6 6396 84 15
Barmera 4 7478 10212
Berri-view 4 8 3 81 99 11
Loxton 3 8471 10910
2SF: Cobdogla v Renmark
1SF: Waikerie v Barmera.
Under-strength team defeated by Cobdogla
THREE Waikerie Gliding
Club pilots gained placings
in the Horsham Week compe-
tition in Victoria.
Craig Vinall, of Adelaide, and
Haidyn Dunn, of Waikerie, placed
second and third in the open 18
metre combined competition.
Peter Pain, of Adelaide, placed
second in the standard class.
Pilots flew four out of eight
days in challenging weather con-
ditions between February 7 to 14.
A total of 40 gliders and pilots
attended the competition which
has run continuously for 49 years.
Waikerie gliders in Horsham comp
Swan Reach dominates in pool
SWAN Reach Area School
(SRAS) dominated the Central
Mallee Area Schools Sports As-
sociation (CMASSA) swimming
carnival at Loxton on February
17.The school participated against
Mannum Community College
(MCC) and East Murray Area School
SRAS competed strongly all day
to finish second in the handicap
pennant, first in the primary shield
and first in the whole school shield.
Five records were broken on the
day with Taylor Poole breaking the
senior girls 100 metre freestyle, 50m
butterfly and 50m freestyle.
Kady Poole broke the senior girls
50m breaststroke record and Kira
Glinz broke the junior girls 17m
breaststroke record. Trophy winners
included girls 100m freestyle winner
Taylor Poole and Kady Poole, run-
ner-up, sub junior girls winner Mia
Kluge, 22 points, sub junior boys
winner Kane Glinz, 20 points, junior
girls winner Kira Glinz, 22 points
and runner-up Elise Horstmann, 12
points, junior boys winner Blake
Krollig, 23 points, intermediate
girls winner Gemma Horstmann, 24
points, senior girls winner Taylor
Poole, 28 points and runner-up Kady
Poole, 20 points.
EMAS 649.17, SRAS 535.13, MCC 96.
SRAS 206, MCC 162, EMAS 70.
Whole School Shield
SRAS 376, MCC 288, EMAS 205.
ABOVE LEFT: Liana Webster, Elise Horstmann and Michael Trezise Donald.
ABOVE RIGHT: Taylor Poole and Jack Wiebrecht at the CMASSA swimming
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