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Berri wins again
BERRI remains at the top of the
Bowls Riverland division one
Wednesday pennants ladder after
a strong win over Renmark RSL
Kerry Treloar and Jane Price
led their rinks well with 10 and
11 winning margins respectively
for Berri, which won all three
Loxton moved into sec-
ond place on the ladder after
the Christmas break thanks to
a convincing 26-shot win over
Despite dropping one rink,
Loxton controlled the contest on
the other two rinks to seal the
In the closest game of the
round, Waikerie and Barmera
fought out a tight contest, with
Waikerie eventually coming
away the winner by four shots.
Despite losing two rinks
Strauss’s rink helped Waikerie
claim the important win.
In the division two competi-
tion, Waikerie, Berri and Loxton
all had strong wins over their
Loxton is currently top of the
division two ladder.
Berri 71 d Renmark RSL 49.
K. Treloar 29 d I. Proud 19; J. Grosser
19 d C. Topperwein 18; J. Price 23 d M.
Loxton 71 d Renmark 45.
M. Schutz 27 d J. Cooper 6; B. Mattner
22 d B. Coombs 15; L. Kimber 22 lost to
C. Eagle 24.
Waikerie 57 d Barmera 53.
T. Strauss 24 d S. Robinson 10; J.
Strauss 19 lost to C. Shugg 21; D.
Boehm 14 lost to G. Burns 22.
W L DAggPts
RenmarkRSL3 8 0 -82 84
3 8 0-16784
Waikerie 69 d Monash 63.
M. Carrera 30 d R. Potts 19; C. Traeger
30 d A. Schapel 11; J. John 14 lost to J.
Berri 64 d Renmark RSL 48.
L. Blades 11 lost to M. Rice 24; K.
Tanner 18 d C. Brown 13; S. Facci 35 d
M. Williams 11.
Loxton 73 d Loxton RSL 53.
J. Badcock 18 lost to J. Smith 21; D.
McRae-Wood 17 lost to H. Dreschler 22;
R. Auricht 38 d T. Fisher 10.
11 2 0138270
RenmarkRSL 5 8 0 -63 30
Loxton RSL 4 9 0 -118 110
Renmark RSL 43 d Berri 38.
A. Patton 16 lost to J. Carpenter 23; S.
Blee 27 d J. Curran 15.
Renmark 52 d Moorook 24.
B. Curnow 24 d C. Voigt 16; N. Wurst 28
d L. Tschirpig 8.
Barmera 64 d Loxton RSL 25.
T. Daelman 31 d L. Manuel 10; K.
Dougherty 33 d R. Manuel 15.
Renmark RSL 7 6 0 -18 163
LoxtonRSL 4 8 1 -48 114
OFFICIALS are today expected
to make a decision on possible
hot weather-related changes to the
program for this weekend’s Vitor
Renmark 2017 South Australian
With the temperature forecast to
peak at 42C tomorrow according to
the Bureau of Meteorology, organis-
ers from Swimming SA are likely
to decide today if they will alter the
schedule of events over the weekend.
The four-day event will see up to
500 swimmers from across the state
converge on the area and it will also
mark the opening of the Renmark
Pool’s new toilet facilities after a
number of toilets and showers were
replaced and a new family room and
disabled facility were added.
The event is scheduled to start at
Competition will continue from
8.30am tomorrow and then at the
same time on Sunday and Monday.
For any further information about
the event, head to the Swimming SA
set to heat up
BERRI has maintained a healthy
lead at the top of the Bowls
Riverland division one midweek
pennants ladder thanks to a
36-shot win in the top of the
table clash against Waikerie on
After one rink was tied, a
14-shot win by skipper Dennis
Treloar and his team helped
Berri establish a match winning
It was a good week for
Renmark teams as Renmark
scored a 16-shot win against
Loxton, while Renmark RSL
only lost one rink on its way to a
17-shot win over Barmera.
Berri 90 d Waikerie 54.
L. Recchia 16 drew with D. Morley 16;
L. Gore 24 d G. Pursche 13; A. Gapco
22 d B. Burnett 11; D. Treloar 28 d N.
Renmark RSL 85 d Barmera 68.
N. Skinner 20 d N. Jenke 18; M. Inglis
30 d P. van Enkhuyzen 18; M. DeCol
23 d J. Gartner 14; D. Ludas 12 lost to
T. Brown 18.
Renmark 89 d Loxton 73.
H. Ter Bogt 22 d H. Appleton 15; B.
Dopson 17 lost to D. Schliebs 19; M.
Walker 26 d T. Thurston 19; S. Ivanovic
24 d T. Schulz 20.
RenmarkRSL6 7 0 15 170
1 120-300 50
Loxton RSL 101 d Berri Blue 61.
D. Drabsch 27 d P. Bourn 15; E. Schutz
35 d B. Bland 10; T. Harrison 21 d W.
Piltz 19; T. Wurst 18 d N. Schulz 17.
Renmark RSL 92 d Monash 89.
D. Rice 25 d I. Potts 16; K. Knight 19
d B. John 12; M. Hudson 15 lost to K.
Ruediger 26; M. Curtis 33 lost to P.
Renmark 109 d Loxton White 54.
R. Andt 32 d A. Wachtel 6; P. Amos
Thompson 9; B. Lockett 23 lost to P.
Lyrup 85 d Barmera 83.
T. Slaytor 21 lost to H. Robinson 22; D.
Wainwright 19 lost to I. Lloyde 23; J.
Jungfer 29 d B. Cahill 10; M. Moulden
16 lost to D. Button 28.
Berri Red 80 d Loxton Blue 66.
A. Kostjurak 22 drew with D. Kimber 22;
L. Knight 18 d M. Williss 9; L. Seltitzas
27 d D. Thomson 9; R. Grosser 13 lost
to R. Braddock 26.
Loxton RSL 10 3 0 340 274
RenmarkRSL 10 3 0 7 255
Loxton White 1 11 1 -216 73
Healthy lead maintained
ADELAIDE 36ers star Jerome
Randle will be in Loxton on Sunday,
January 22 to run clinics for young
Since coming to Adelaide to
join the 36ers in 2015, Randle has
established the Jerome Handle
Randle Organisation that now
runs coaching clinics across South
The clinics are designed to help
juniors improve in all areas.
There will be two clinics on
the day, with the first one being
for kids 12 and under, and the
second for kids 13 and over.
Registrations for the clinics are
required by Monday, January 9 as
there are limited spots available.
For any more information or to
register, head to Randle’s website
36ers superstar coming to Loxton
LAKE Bonney Yacht
Club sailors travelled
to Port Vincent for the
Titles that were held
from December 29 to
The stand out result
was Peter Dunk and
crew Kirsten Thomas
aboard 6th Element.
The duo claimed their
third national title in the
Mosquito Mk 2 category.
Another strong result
for the club came when
Steve Thomas finished
third in the Mosquito
Mk 1 category aboard
his boat Catitude.
Mark Pfennig also
came home with fourth
place in the Mosquito
Mk 1 with Spinnaker
category aboard his boat
Local duo claim sailing title
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