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Stableford, Wed -- D.
Unferdorben 40 points; G. Kelly
39; L. Fragomeni 39; S. Brown
39; R. Minns 39; K. Moore 39;
R. Bedford 39; S. Britton 39;
G. Denton 38; P. Cummins 37;
B. Cornwell 37; I. Girdler 37.
Birdies: A. Kassulke (2nd), D.
Unferdorben (6th); P. Moller
(11th); J. Lowe (17th).
Stableford, Sun -- L. Fragomeni
40 points; T. Swanbury 36; T.
Branford 36; T. Graetz 36; T.
Stableford, Sat -- Division one:
G. Strauss 39 points; J. Thomas
37. Division two: M. Barrett 39
points; J. Docherty 38. Women:
K. Webber 31. Long drive: D.
Fechner, K. Webber. NTP: W.
Bald, G. Strauss.
Stroke, Oct. 23 -- C. Fridd 76 net;
G. Strauss 77. NTP: S. Byrnes.
Long drive: S. Schultz.
Stableford, Oct. 22 -- C. Davis
41 points; G. Strauss 37; D.
Broome 37. NTP: T. Kranz. Long
drive: T. Neideck.
Rivertowns Classic, Oct. 24 --
Men: A grade -- G. MacInnes 40
points; A. Pfeiler 38. B grade -- J.
Henwood 40; A. Baker 38. C
grade -- I. Doering 39; P. Legg 37.
Women: A grade -- K. Henwood
38; M. Tyler 35. B grade -- J.
Patching 36; C. Arndt 35. Ball
winners: T. Arndt 37; A. Hensen
37; M. Woosnam 37; A. Bateman
35; S. Patching 35; M. Hogan 35;
D. Tyler 35; J. Wood 35; J. Ling
35A. Golding 34; P. Duthoit 34;
I. Nimon 34. NTP: D. Sunman
(2nd); P. Duthoit (5th); J. Mierswa
(12th); G. Wright (15th). Birdies:
A. Pfeiler (2nd); D. Sunman
(2nd); A. Baker (2nd).
Stableford, Oct. 22 -- A. Hume
40 points; C. Berry 37; M.
Schooly 37; A. Hucks 37; P.
Moller 36; A. Ling 35; D. Zeliff
35; B. Brooks 35. Birdies: C.
Berry (2nd); B. Brooks (2nd);
S. Semmler (2nd); M. Schooly
Par, Oct. 22 -- C. Cahill -3; Y. Tatt
-4; C. Arndt -4; J. Patching -4.
NTP: J. Ling.
Stableford, Sun -- P. Cummins
32 points c/b; S. Renfrey 32; R.
Stableford, Sat -- S. Wade 35
points; M. Jennings 33; S. Baylis
AN under 14 boys team was added to
the Riverland ladies indoor soccer draw
and started the competition strongly last
Thursday, beating Hot Shots 20-3.
Hot Shots were missing the injured
Patty Fournaros-Carney and were
unable to stop George Fournaros and
Richard Mitchell combining for 15
goals. Ali's Angels beat The Mighty
Geese 7-1 in the round's other match.
U14 Boys 20 d Hot Shots 3.
Best: G. Fournaros, S. Lawrence, R. Mitchell.
Goals: U14 Boys -- G. Fournaros 8, R. Mitchell
3, H. Carney, C. Mitchell. Hot Shots -- H.
Blanchard, M. Flood, R. Langham.
Ali's Angels 7 d The Mighty Geese 1.
Best: B. Zunic, P. Weeks, S. Arnold.
Goals: Ali's Angels -- S. Arnold 2, P. Weeks, C.
Weeks, P. Pipinis, A. Wilson, D. Jenner. The
Mighty Geese -- P. Drakopoulos.
THE Berri District Youth Club is one of 10
gymnastics clubs across the state to win the
newly established Gymnastics South Australia
The BDYC won $1200 towards the pur-
chase of new display equipment to use in its
community gymnastics displays and events.
"We were very excited to win the grant as
there are over 70 clubs in South Australia,"
said head coach Jane McFarlane.
"We have performed at numerous Riverland
locations over the years for local school fund-
raisers, fetes, community shows and events."
The BDYC would like to thank Gymnastics
SA for its support. Mrs McFarlane said locals
can see the club perform at the Our Lady of
the River School Fiesta on Friday, November
7, at 6.30pm in Berri.
YOUNGSTER Colby Jachmann won
round one of the Riverland Cycling Club
championship on the weekend.
The 50km road race in tricky cross winds
saw the bunch stay together for a large portion
of the race.
Lee Rasheed and Ruth Strout fell victim to
the fast pace and were the first to drop off.
The main group stayed together, with
Steve Jaensch, Peter Schammer, Ben Logos,
Jachmann and Shane Pitman doing the major-
ity of the work.
With 1km remaining, Jachmann wound up
the pace as Pitman, Logos and Clint Bambrick
Jachmann's timing was perfect, with the
15-year-old cruising to victory ahead of
Logos and Pitman.
1. C. Jachmann; 2. B. Logos; 3. S. Pitman; 4. S.
Jaensch; 5. P. Schammer; 6. C. Bambrick; 7. D.
Robinson; 8. F. Sullivan; 9. M. Gray; 10. A. Ylia. DNF: R.
Stout, L. Rasheed.
THE Riverland Junior Motorcycle Club
held its end of season presentations
Josh Spanos was the major winner of the
day, taking out the senior open and senior
lites sections, along with the highest aggre-
The club had a busy year, with six
rounds of racing and a state title round in
A successful interclub meeting with
Morgan was also held.
The club's annual general meeting will
be held at the clubrooms on November 26
Racing will begin around March next
year with the possibility of another state
title round to be held mid-year.
SENIOR OPEN: Josh Spanos 441 points; Matt
Pearce 281; Jac Atkinson 247.
SENIOR LITES: Josh Spanos 409; Cody Rollbusch
283; Dylan McKenzie 150.
VETERANS: Ben Logos 300; Brett Schiller 256;
Clinton Taylor 114.
WOMEN: Chloe Millsteed 116.
JUNIOR LITES: Alex Rollbusch 294; Levi McManus
278; Mitchell Jenke 251.
85-150cc GIRLS: Allanah Jenke 348; Erin Holmes
85-150cc BIG WHEEL: Jack Staunton 285; Kaleb
Muller 273; Dylan Kranz 217.
85-150cc SMALL WHEEL: Keagan White 269;
Jacob Pellisier 164; Will Holmes 50.
65cc 10-12 BOYS: Will Holmes 418; Jackson Roos
381; Aaron Page 242.
65cc 7-9: Jayden Barton 317; Max Logos 285; Clay
50cc DIV 2: Deegan McCreight 303; Jac Mathieson
192; Ripley Rowbotham 190.
Highest aggregate points: Josh Spanos
Most improved junior rider: Will Holmes
Most improved senior rider: Matt Pearce
Gymnastics SA grant
Spanos leads moto-x riders
Members of the Riverland Junior Motorcycle Club gathered for end of season presentations
on the Lyrup river front recently.
Pictured during a recent club display were Berri
District Youth Club gymnast Michael Herrmann
balancing Phoebe Rodden, 10, Belinda Rayner,
12, and Rebekah Thomson, 10.
PHOTO: Jannette Fulham
after cycling round RIVERLAND GOLF
Boys win indoor soccer
LOXTON looks to be favourite for the
Riverland A grade softball season again,
following its big win in the opening round.
The Strikers easily accounted for
Cobdogla Blue 18-3, with Hayley Symens
in good touch.
Cobdogla Gold beat Renmark 12-4,
while Berri thrashed Loxton B 20-8.
Cobdogla Gold 12 (no details supplied) d Renmark
4 (A. Selfe, J. Pendle, G. Letton).
Berri 20 (A. Karpany, T. Benham, K. Rosenthal) d
Loxton B 8 (S. Peltz, B. Townley, D. Lidgerwood).
Loxton A 18 (H. Symens, C. Venning, A. Lidgerwood)
d Cobdogla Blue 3 (S. Cook, J. Passmore, L.
Berri 13 (J. Benham, K. Ferguson, K. Jesser) d
Loxton Blue 10 (no details supplied).
Waikerie 14 (A. Weir, M. Bristow, N. Ogle) d
Renmark 7 (no details supplied).
Cobdogla v Loxton Green (game incomplete).
Strikers' solid start
Action from Saturday's A grade softball between Loxton A and Cobdogla Blue.
PHOTO: Grant Schwartzkopff
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