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THE Bowls SA Region
4 champion of champion
finals were played at the
Renmark Bowling Club
over the weekend, with a
number of local bowlers
the four associations in
the region, which are
Broken Hill, Barossa,
Mid Murray and the
to compete for regional
Berri’s Dennis Treloar
claimed victory in the
men’s singles event,
while clubmates Andrew
Hill and Graham Elleway
won the pairs competi-
Broken Hill Zinc’s
Tom Sladden, Barry
Sladden, Leo Tyndall and
Rob Jones took out the
men’s fours champion-
In the women’s com-
petitions, Swan Reach’s
Gail Fromme dominated
the competition, win-
ning the singles while
also partnering with Di
Hartmann to take out the
Lee Johnson, Judy
White, Jenny Garnaut
and Elaine Thomas from
North Broken Hill won
the women’s fours title.
Riverland was the
overall association win-
ner, with Broken Hill
coming in second, while
Barossa and Mid Murray
finished third and fourth
Shields wins club championship
THE Renmark Golf Club
recently held its 2017 club
championship, with Greg
Shields taking out the
prestigious A grade title.
A consistent performance over
the two-round final saw Shields
defeat Greg Morrison 5/4.
Shields was 4up after the first
18 holes and despite Morrison
continually threatening to reduce
the margin, Shields managaed to
hang on and claim victory.
In the B grade championship
final, Matt Lewan recorded a 6/5
win against Steve Knight.
A strong display of putting
throughout the contest helped
Lewan seal victory.
In the C grade final, Rob
Knight defeated Klaus Wagnitz,
while Stan May defeated Ted
James in the D grade decider.
Annette Thiel beat nine-time
winner Bev Hartshorne on the
19th hole to win the women’s
All square after nine holes,
Thiel then jumped out to a two-
hole lead after 14 holes.
But she was soon reeled in
by Hartshorne to force an extra
Thiel held her nerve and
sealed the title on the 19th green,
making a tough putt.
Renmark Golf Club championship winners, Greg Shields - A grade winner (left), Annette Thiel - ladies
winner, and Matt Lewan - B grade winner. PHOTO: supplied
THE SA Football Academy will
be running clinics in Berri in the
upcoming school holidays.
The session will be held over
two days, Thursday, April 27 and
Friday, April 28 at the Berri River
They will consist of game con-
ditioning, Barcelona-style passing,
technique and game development.
Sessions are for both boys and
girls aged between 10 and 16.
All coaches at the clinics are
FFA certified, with vast playing and
Booking can be made via email
or by texting your child’s name and
age to 0413 819 854.
For more information on the SA
Football Academy clinics, head to
School holiday soccer clinics
Stableford, Sunday – S . Wade 36 points,
P. Cummins 35, T. McHugh 31.
Stableford, Saturday – D . Doering 38, D.
Dawson (c/b) 36, G. Tognon 36, M. Howie
36, J. Rosenthal 35, G. Parker 35, P. Wood
35. Birdies: R. Dale (6th). Women’s par
competition: S. Gore (c/b) +1, J. Parker +1.
Stableford, Wednesday, April 5 – W.
Hocevar 41, L. Dawson 35, D. Dawson 34,
J. Robertson 33, L. Seddon 32, S. Tyndale
32. Birdies: W. Hocevar (16th).
RIVERLAND VETERANS GOLF
A grade: J. Merritt 34 points, K. Moore
(c/b) 33, C. Berry 33, R. Nagy 33, C.
Gladwin 32, M. Ubhey 31, L. Fragomeni
31, C. Hyde 31, K. Martin 30.
B grade: G. Seddon 32, D. Zeliff (c/b) 30,
G. Parker 30.
C grade: J. Smith 34, M. Perry 29.
Stroke, Saturday – G . Hoffmann 72, G.
Wright 72, C. Hyde 72, J. Reynolds 75,
B. Kruger 75. Ntp: J. Reynolds (2nd), G.
Hoffman and R. Knight (13th).
Stableford, Wednesday, April 5 – I.
Bradshaw 39, T. James 38, C. John 38, G.
Stimpson 38, C. Hyde 37, R. Knight 36, G.
Leyson 36, T. Smith 36, J. Christie 34. Ntp:
K. Warner (2nd), C. Hyde (9th), I. Bradshaw
THREE young Riverland boxers
competed at the Australian under
19 boxing championships in
Adelaide last week.
All three put in solid perfor-
mances, but were unable to come
home with any medals.
Bradon Dunning won two bouts
and lost his third on a split deci-
sion, seeing him fall just short of
Ryan Goodes lost his first bout
on a split decision, with his oppo-
nent going on to win gold, while
Jakob Peace lost his first bout in a
Local lads fight
hard at nationals
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