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Lights go out
ROUND 14 of the Riverland
basketball division one season was
full of action, including a power
outage at Waikerie, which saw the
Waikerie vs Barmera men’s game
cut short and the women’s game
Waikerie came away winners
from the shortened men’s division
one match, as it led by one point
when the lights went out with two
minutes and 42 seconds left in the
The match was tight the whole
way through, with Waikerie hold-
ing slender margins at each break.
Despite scoring the only point
of the final term, it was not
enough as the power outage cost
Barmera a chance at a come-from-
Mitch White was the leading
scorer on the night with 11 points
for Waikerie, while Dillon Millard
and Jaebyn Drefke led the way for
Barmera with seven points each.
In the other division one men’s
match, Loxton came away with a
strong 33-point win over Berri.
Loxton put in a strong four
quarter performance to take care
of business in the round 14 clash.
Adam Proud was the standout
player, finishing with 17 points for
Nick Hankin put in a strong
performance for Berri, as he fin-
ished as its leading scorer with
In the only women’s division
one match, Loxton registered a
hard fought six-point win over
After being neck and neck
throughout the first half, Loxton
put in a strong second half perfor-
mance to build a lead and it hung
on for the six-point win.
Loxton had seven of its eight
players hit the scoreboard, with
Sharona Edwards top scoring with
Berri’s captain Indee Thiele
led well from the front, scoring a
game-high nine points.
Waikerie 9 19 26 26
Points: Waikerie – M . White 11, T.
Geehman 7, L. Exton 4, A. Lean 2, S.
Schiller 2. Barmera – J. Drefke 7, Dillon
Millard 7, M. Wellington 6, K. Coats 2,
Danny Millard 2, S. Sullivan 1.
Points: Loxton – A . Proud 17, M.
Eckerman 12, Z. Lueth 9, K. Worsfold 7,
B. Whitelaw 5, R. Stasinowsky 4, J. Will
3, A. Tullett 2. Berri – N . Hankin 8, R.
Kunoth 6, E. Gregoric 4, T. Jesser 2, G.
Franks 2, L. Hayes 2, L. Dack 2.
Supercats 37 d Lakers 14, Barmera 31
d Loxton 23.
Points: Loxton – S . Edwards 6, J. Dahlitz
6, C. Tschirpig 5, E. Schultz 4, J. Miller
3, A. Worsfold 2, M. George 1. Berri – I.
Thiele 9, J. Cullen 3, N. Hall 3, C. Foulds
3, P. Pipinis 2, E. Westley 1.
Waikerie vs Barmera (match abandoned
due to power outage).
U18: Loxton 53 (Z. Lueth 19, Z.
Wooldridge 15) d Berri 23 (J. Hoffmann
9, T. Jesser 6); Barmera 53 (M.
Wellington 26, J. Elsdon 11) d Waikerie
27 (J. Parfitt 11, D. Kranz 5).
U16: Div 1 - Renmark 33 (D. Johnson
11, A. Courtney 7) d Berri 25 (E.
Gregoric 11, H. Kregar 8); Loxton 49
(R. Stasinowsky 29, J. Tschirpig 8) d
Waikerie 33 (S. Parfitt 13, C. Mackereth
8). Div 2 - Blazers 48( R. Lehmann 16,
W. Frankel 8) d Loxton 8 (K. Thompson
3, C. Schutz 2); Renmark 46 (K.
Camilleri 12, S. Munro 10) d Waikerie
19 (G. Fulwood 6, J. Higgins 6); Barmera
51 (K. Harkins 14, C. Dixon 11) d Loxton
15 (Z. Nitschke 5, J. Neumann 5);
Barmera 49 (K. Harkins 18, C. Dixon
10) d Berri 14 (O. Hunyadi 4, A . Holtham
U14: Supercats 49 (J. Oates 17, K.
Fielke 9) d Loxton 27 (K. Miller 9,
M. Koop 8); Berri 81 (J. Kelly 15, D.
Minchella 14) d Waikerie 10 (J. Pillion
4, R. Turner 4); Renmark 44 (A. Curtis
23, J. Hansen 8) d Barmera 40 (J.
Whitbourne 18, J. Sullivan 10).
U12: Loxton 37 (H. Campbell 8, J.
Hutchinson 8) d Waikerie 19 (K. Hahn
13, H. Nitschke 4); Barmera 47 (A.
Hodgson 16, B. Scordo 8) d Barmera (2)
8 (L. Warnett 4, Z. Heinrich 4); Renmark
47 (B. White 16, T. Johnson 14) d Loxton
(2) 3 (M. Hall 2, H. Ferber 1).
U18: Barmera 37 (P. Size 12, A. Wutke
9) d Renmark 19 (D. Johnson 8, A .
Siviour 6); Loxton 58 (E. Schultz 17, C.
Tschirpig 16) d Waikerie 14 (A. Cain 6,
R. Fillmore 4); Supercats 38 (E. Will 16,
K. Phillips 9) d Berri 25 (E. Westley 10,
E. Clarke 7).
U16: Div 1 - Loxton 36 (M. Schultz 11,
E. Hughes 6) d Barmera 31 (L. Hill 14,
A. Haigh 9); Berri 66 (L. Gregoric 17, C.
Burton 14) d Renmark 31 (T. Lowe 10,
K. Nikou 7). Div 2: Berri 74 (L. Quinn
24, T. Efthimou 14) d Waikerie 9 (T.
Canney 3, B. Dolphin 2); Renmark 31 (E.
Martinson 8, K. Bonner 8) d Loxton 23
(B. Stasinowsky 10, T. Dahlitz 7).
U14: Renmark 40 (A. Lodge 16, J.
Crook 8) d Berri 18 (M. Minchella 6, L.
Fenwick 4); Barmera 44 (C. Doupis 21,
T. Dillon 11) d Loxton 7 (R. Payne 4, Z.
U12: Loxton 29 (P. Roberts 13, E.
Schaefer 6) d Renmark 26 (Z. Siviour
12, M. Newman 4); Waikerie 24 (S.
Lehmann 16, A. Kratopoulos 6) d
Barmera 16 (M. Rossack 8, J. Kassulke
puts up a
for Berri in
THE Riverland darts
black division season
was shaken up in the
latest round with the
return of top players
in Earl Walters and
Shaun Pankhurst for
Loxton RSL helping
it defeat The Machines
Renmark R C Ones
returned to the winners
list with a 7-4 win over
In the red division,
the top team, Double
Jacks remained the only
undefeated team with a
7-4 win over club mates
Double Jacks Two.
Double Jacks will be
hard to beat from now
on after picking up Craig
claimed a hard fought
6-5 win over Cunning
Loxton RSL 7 (J. Willett 180,
140, 100x4, E. Walters 180,
122, 10x4, A. Hargreaves
140, 101, 100x2, S.
Pankhurst 140, 100x9, 98
peg out, T. Smith 133, 100x2)
d The Machines 4.
Renmark R C Ones 7
(T. Moxham 133, 111,
R. Tyck 118, 100x5, C.
Dunhill 100x4, R. Donovan
103) d Expendables 4 (A.
Weidenhofer 180, 100x3, G.
Martin 129, 100, S. Lockwood
119, 116, 100, D. Martin 119,
100x2, S. Thomas 105).
Double Jacks 7 d Double
Jacks Two 4 (S. Dolphin 152,
M. Wenske 100).
Monash Wanderers 6 (D.
Meyer 140, 100x5, A. Martin
100x3, K. Hayes 140, W.
Bonham 100) d Cunning
Stunts 5 (J. Bourke 135, 134,
100x2, G. Dyer 124, 112, D.
Phillips 120, 100).
Loxton RSL continues good form
RFL pumped for Power AFL visit
THE Port Adelaide Football
Club is coming to Berri on
February 13 and 14, as a part
of the 2017 Australia Post
AFL Community Camps
program and Riverland
Football League president
Gary Pfeiler said the
commission is excited for the
“I think it’s going to be
good for the Riverland,” Mr
“Port Adelaide have been
very active in coming and they
are fully supportive of what
the trip is about.”
As part of the busy sched-
ule of the two-day commu-
nity camp, the RFL will host
a civic reception on Monday,
February 13, from 3.30pm-
The RFL will also supply a
sausage sizzle for the children
after the Auskick super clinic
on Monday night.
Mr Pfeiler said it is impor-
tant for locals to get out in
force to all of the events that
are included in the visit.
“What we have to do is
showcase the Riverland so
the Port Adelaide people
will want to come back,” Mr
“If we can show that we
are passionate about footy in
the Riverland, they will come
back again hopefully.”
Over the two days the Port
Adelaide Football Club will
have 30 senior AFL players in
the area, visiting 40 commu-
nity groups including primary
and secondary schools, hospi-
tals and aged care facilities.
Loxton’s Jackie Dahlitz looks to get a pass away while being defended by
Berri’s Pam Pipinis. PHOTOS: Grant Schwartzkopff
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