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WAIKERIE cruised to a 27-point win
over Barmera in Riverland division one
men's basketball on Thursday night.
The Warriors, led by French backpacker
Nicolas Norca, put on a clinic in the final quar-
ter to run away with a comfortable victory.
Norca finished with 16 points and rebound-
ed well, while teammates Mitchell White (15)
and Shaun Steele (10) also played well.
Kenny Wright turned back the clock with a
vintage performance for Barmera.
Wright scored nine points and set up many
other scoring opportunities, while Adam Grose
scored 10 before being fouled off.
Loxton came from behind to defeat Berri by
nine points on Thursday.
The Supercats were held to just two points
in the first quarter, but quickly took control
after the first break.
Che Lange scored 14 points, while Adam
Proud added eight for Loxton.
Mark Howie and Aaron Francis scored
seven each for the Blazers.
Hannah Lehmann led Waikerie to a 23-point
victory over Barmera in division one women's
basketball on Thursday.
Lehmann scored half of Waikerie's 34
points as it cruised to a comfortable win after
a dominant first half.
Lehmann scored nine points in the first
quarter as Waikerie raced to a 12-6 lead, before
Alicia Curtis (six) dominated the second
term to set up a match-winning lead. Connie
Griffiths also played a terrific game for the
Kelsee Kregar was Barmera's best on the
night, scoring six points, while Annabel O'Dea
led all Laker scorers with nine.
Loxton defeated Berri by eight points in the
final game of the round.
The Supercats broke away after a tight first
half, outscoring Berri 16-7 in the third quarter.
Jackie Dahlitz played well for the Super-
cats, scoring 10 points, while Leah Uren, Sha-
rona Edwards and Hollie Bullock all added six.
Cobie Drogemuller was the top scorer on
the night with 11, while Indee Thiele scored
Waikerie 59 (N. Norca 16, M. White 15, S. Steele 10,
T. Morgan 8, L. Exton, G. van Rooyen 4, C. Mibus 2) d
Barmera 32 (A. Grose 10, K. Wright 9, D. Scordo 6, K.
Coats 5, N. Morrow 2).
Loxton 32 (C. Lange 14, A. Proud 8, A. Tullett, C. Rogers
4, K. Worsfold 2) d Berri 23 (M. Howie, A. Francis 7, L.
Hayes 5, B. Clarke, L. Francis 2).
Waikerie 34 (H. Lehmann 17, A. Curtis 6, C. Griffiths, C.
Linke 4, M. Liu 3) d Barmera 21 (A. O'Dea 9, K. Kregar 6,
A. Schwertfeger, P. Size 2, B. Phillips, A. Wutke 1).
Loxton 40 (J. Dahlitz 10, L. Uren, S. Edwards, H. Bullock
6, H. Vowles, J. Miller 4, L. Sweeney, E. Thomas 2) d Berri
32 (C. Drogemuller 11, I. Thiele 7, T. Moldovan, T. Brown
6, L. Hill 2).
Renmark 81 (J. Pater 16, S. Rucioch 16) d Loxton 2 (E.
Supercats 47 (M. George 15, J. Drake 12) d Berri 4 (L.
Quinn 2, P. Tieste 2).
Berri 32 (E. Westley 10, L. Westley 10) d Waikerie 27 (C.
Linke 14, T. Griffiths 5).
UNDER 16 (div 1)
Supercats 45 (K. Phillips 10, C. Tschirpig 10) d Berri 22
(E. Westley 10, C. Foulds 8).
Renmark 35 (J. O'Loughlin 15, M. Dicerbo 8) d Barmera
17 (J. Mitchell 6, M. Kuchel 5).
UNDER 16 (div 2)
Blazers 39 (D. Eleftheriadis 15, C. Burton 11) d Berri 23
(S. Woods 8, J. Flay 5).
Waikerie 36 (C. Griffiths 14, R. Fillmore 10) d Loxton 22
(P. Stone 10, M. Holmes 8).
Steamers 30 (A. Siviour 9, S. Jenke 6) d Berri 23 (L.
Quinn 11, G. Kruger 8).
Berri 32 (A. Cawse 18, C. Mackenroth 8) d Waikerie 6 (A.
Matulick 4, A. Smith 2).
Renmark 20 (R. Johnson 8, G. Kennedy 8) d Loxton 18
(B. Stasinowsky 6, T. Dahlitz 4).
Supercats 52 (T. Wagner 14, B. Martin 10) d Renmark 31
(C. Gartery 12, B. Tregeagle 10).
Berri 58 (S. Burton 27, T. Eleftheriadis 14) d Waikerie 23
(D. Barrow 13, J. Kafexholli 6).
Supercats 44 (Z. Lueth 14, H. Wright 14) d Berri 27 (J.
Hoffmann 8, T. Jesser 6).
UNDER 14 (div 2)
Waikerie 32 (S. Parfitt 15, G. Fulwood 4) d Renmark 29
(J. Pinyon 8, D. Austin 6).
WAIKERIE GOLF AND COUNTRY
THE Waikerie Golf and Country
Club held a two-stick and putter
comp on Australia Day.
Both members and visitors enjoyed
the challenge of only being able to use
three golf sticks.
There were good scores by Jamie
Myer with 35 points to win the Day over
Jimmy Smith on 33 points.
A fun but challenging day was en-
joyed by all.
Wednesday, January 21
Winner: S. Kupniewski 43pts,
runner-up: R. Rigby 41pts, third: Joe Schober
Long drive: N. Kelton, Noble road wines: R.
Saturday, January 24
Divsion one: T. Neideck 39pts, runner-up: J.
Myer 38pts, third: G. Strauss 38pts, Divsion two
winner: Bob Wilson 39pts, runner-up: B. Umpher-
ston 39pts, thirdf: R. Watkins 39pts.
Ladies winner: J. Pearson 34pts, runner-up: R.
Cullen 31pts, Oxford Landing Longest Drive: A.
Collins, T. Neideck.
Noble Road nearest to pin Chris Fridd, M. Barrett.
RIVERLAND DARTS ASSOCIATION
had its first loss of the
summer season, going
down to Barmera Odd
The Odd Bods are find-
ing form at the right time
of the season with only
one match to go.
This now puts Odd
Bods on equal points with
Waikerie and Loxton RSL
on the top of the ladder.
With RSL defeating
Barmera Hotel 11-nil,
there is now only legs sep-
arating the three teams.
In other matches,
Bourky's Mob sealed a
finals berth with a hard
fought 6- 5 over Loxton
Bourky's Mob would
have to lose 10- 1 against
Cobby Kaos to not play in
Cobby Kaos had an
easy 9 - 2 win over Monash
Wanderers. Tanya's Ter-
rors defeated Berri Club
6-0 on a forfeit. At the sin-
gles event at the Barmera-
Monash Football Club,
Shane McKinnon defeated
Shoun Pankhurst to claim
the men's title.
Gloria Dyer defeated
Fiona Wenske to claim the
Thursday, January 22
Barmera Odd Bods 7 (D. Parfitt
180, 140x2, 134, 125, 123,
120. 100x2; D. Coombe 117,
100x8; D. Roessel 171, 135,
121, 116, 100x2; M. Seeby
140x3, 100x7) defeated Waik-
erie Club 4 (S. McKinnon 180,
140, 137, 100x4; V. King 140,
123, 100x7; W. Schwatzkopff
140, 100x3; D. Watkins 100x7).
Loxton RSL 11 (J. Willett 143,
140, 100x6; R. Martin 133,
100x3; S. Pankhurst 121,
100x8; T. Smith 100x 4; A. Har-
greaves 100) defeated Barmera
Hotel nil (M. Hannaford 140,
100x4; P. Thomson 108; B.
Bourky's Mob 6 (R. Yates 140,
100x4,108 peg out; J. Bourke
138, 120, 100x2; M. Strother
100x3; A. Bourne 100x2) de-
feated Loxton RSL Kaos 5 (T.
Romeo 140, 125x2, 121, 100;
M. Romeo 100x3; M. Reichelt
Cobby Kaos 9 (J. Broekers
140x2, 135, 123, 100x4, 104
peg out; D. Cooper 140x2, 125,
123; J. Morrison 132, 121,
100x6; G. Dyer 117, 114) de-
feated Monash Wanderers 2 (D.
Hayes 140, 123, 100x 2; ; R.
Tyck 121x2, 100x2; D. Martin
100x9; A. Weidenhofer 123).
Tanya's Terrors 6 defeated Berri
Club nil (on forfeit)
Frenchman seals win for Warriors
THE Wednesday morning
second division bowls team
played in two games last week,
both ending in losses.
The team lost its last
pennants game on Wednesday,
January 21, at Waikerie
against Barmera and the
first semi final at Renmark
on Friday, January 23, again
It has been a great effort by the
second division team this year to
get as far as it did.
The first game at Waikerie,was
a close match with one rink well
up, but unfortunately not quite
enough to cover the other two
rinks which went down.
Nina Dellazoppa, Kevin Gil-
lespie, Denise Thompson and Ber-
nice Thompson drew Ron Macro's
Dellazoppa's rink was the only
one up with a comfortable win
against Macro, 29-13.
Henry Mortimer, Anne Schapel,
Joan Carter and Edna Pfitzner
played against Karen Brown's
four and they had a loss of seven
Ronda Cain, Evelyn Morgan,
Lucy Gillespie and Joan Miller
had Judy Vidorin's rink to contend
with and they went down by 12
The final score was Waikerie
53, Barmera 56.
In the second match, the first
semi final at Renmark against
Barmera again, Waikerie was
unable to match a determined
Barmera side. Again Nina Del-
lazoppa's rink, which played
against Judy Vidorin's four, was
the winning rink by two shots,
Henry Mortimer's four went
down to Sandra Barnett's rink,
Ronda Cain's rink struggled
against Karen Brown's four, going
The final scores were Barmera
80, Waikerie 43.
Club News: The final of the
championship triples were played
last Thursday with Judy Strauss,
Lucy Gillespie and Barb Taylor de-
feating Annie Schapel, Joan Carter
and Evelyn Morgan.
Barmera 56 d Waikerie 53.
R. Macro 13 lost to N. Dellazoppa 29; J.
Vidorin 22 d R. Cain 10; K. Brown 21 d H.
Ladder WLDAgg Pts
Barmera 7 4 1 -11 184
Waikerie 3 8 1 -25 104
Renmark RSL 2 10 0 -187 66
Wednesday teams bow out of ﬁnals
Netball Club has
had a financial
boost to its 2015
the Office for
Marchant said the
funding would go to-
wards preparation for
the upcoming season.
"The money will go
essential items for the
club," she said.
"(We'll buy) things
like uniforms and
equipment so we
can prepare for the
Chaffey Tim Whet-
stone presented the
cheque to the club last
Netball club secures $3k grant
MEMBER for Chaffey Tim Whetstone presents Waikerie Netball Club secretary
Jillian Marchant with a cheque for $3000 from the Office for Recreation and
PHOTO: Jayme Koch
WAIKERIE Bowling Club's winners of the championship triples for the
ladies competition included skipper Judy Strauss, second Lucy Gillespie
and lead Barb Taylor.
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