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DEFENDING Riverland Football Independent
A grade premiers Brown’s Well got its title
defence off to a strong start with a dominant
87-point win over Ramco in round one on
With a target now placed on their back,
the Bombers embraced the challenge, leading
from start to finish to record the comfortable
After going scoreless in the opening term,
the Roosters piled on six goals in the second
quarter to get back into the game.
Despite a poor conversion rate in front
of goal in the first half, a 10-goal third term
helped Brown’s Well seal the win.
Jesse Smith continued where he left off
in 2016 with a bag of eight goals for the
While Michael Draper led the way for the
Roosters with four goals.
Lyrup also fired a warning shot to the rest of
the competition, chalking up a 229-point win
The Lions dominated the contest from the
first siren to last, as they showed they are seri-
ous contenders this season.
Jed Millington booted 10 majors in a domi-
nant performance for Lyrup, while Benjamin
Tanner was judged best on ground.
The season kicked off on Friday night in
Renmark, with Paringa scoring a hard fought
15-point win against Sedan-Cambrai.
After a scrappy opening stanza from both
sides, the Swans kicked away in the second
and third terms to build a lead that they would
hang on to.
Thomas Frahn was best on ground for
the winners, while Gary Gum was voted the
Magpies’ best player.
In the final match of the round, Wunkar
recorded a 54-point win over Blanchetown-
A seven-goal second stanza helped the
Bulldogs establish a lead and despite a slug-
gish third term, they managed to finish well
and take the points.
Brett Lines, making a welcome return to
the club, led all comers with five goals for
Kevin Wood put in a strong performance
with three majors for the Redbacks.
RAMCO sent out an
ominous warning to the
on Saturday, with a
win over defending
premiers Brown’s Well.
After dominating the
competition in 2016,
Brown’s Well was dom-
inated across the court
also showed it will be
a contender again this
season with a 40-goal
win against Paringa on
In the final A grade
Swan Reach registered
a narrow three goal vic-
tory over Wunkar.
Ramco’s depth was
also on full display with
its B grade also defeat-
ing Brown’s Well by a
comfortable 34 goals.
Paringa B grade start-
ed its season with an
important 14-goal win
In the two closest
matches of the B grade,
Wunkar scored an
11-goal win over BSR,
while Cobdogla took
the points over Lyrup
thanks to a four-goal
Ramco 48 d Brown’s Well
BEST: Ramco - Jacqui Wood
and Thaleisha Fridd. Brown’s
Well - L. Hampel and C.
Francis. Audrey Hefford
Anzac Medal recipient:
Sedan Cambrai 46 d
BEST: Sedan Cambrai - H.
Schultz and K. McGorman.
Paringa - M. Murphy and N.
Mills. Anzac Medallion recipi-
ent: Hayley Schultz.
39 d Wunkar 36.
BEST: BSR - K. Zadow and
N. McKenzie. Wunkar - J .
Coombe and A. Francis.
Anzac Medallion recipient:
Ramco 48 d Brown’s
BEST: Ramco - L. Thiel and H.
Campbell. Brown’s Well - A .
Flavel and K. Lehmann.
Paringa 28 d Sedan-
BEST: Paringa - T. Rover and
B. Kate. Sedan-Cambrai - R .
Starick and L. Starick.
Wunkar 39 d
BEST: details not supplied.
Cobdogla 31 d Lyrup 27.
BEST: Cobdogla - K. Lynch
and E. Botting. Lyrup - L .
Lloyd and D. Johns.
Ramco scores upset
against Brown’s Well
looks for a
on a loose
with Jane Kuerschner and Joe Schwab
ALL three RFL B grade matches on the
weekend were as one sided as it gets.
Before Berri’s A grade side suffered a
massive defeat to Waikerie, its B grade
side served up a significant loss going
down to the ’Pies by 156 points.
The Demons only managed one goal.
While Waikerie didn’t have much
opposition, it illustrated its depth and
goal scoring ability, with Damian
Stevens, Ben Haynes and Liam Schiller
snagging seven goals each.
It’s going to be a long season for the
Louis Steyn led Barmera-Monash to
a 45-point win over Loxton, with a five-
goal game and best-on-ground perfor-
mance, while Pat Portolesi battled hard
for the Tigers.
Despite Loxton North’s A grade side
getting off to an impressive 2-0 start, its
B grade side was easily taken care of by
Renmark by 68 points.
Hayden Twyford performed well
for the Rovers while youngster Fraser
Peters was named best on ground and
would be hoping for an A grade oppor-
Jeremy Miatke tried hard for the
Panthers, but didn’t have enough sup-
port around him.
To the under 18s and it was a similar
story with Barmera-Monash, Renmark
and Waikerie getting up.
And it was another brutal loss to the
Demons, with the youngsters going
down by 101 points.
Waikerie’s Jarrad Bee was the stand-
out under 18 player over the weekend
with a six-goal, best-on-ground perfor-
Meanwhile, the under 15s were a
positive timeslot for Berri, with the lads
registering a 59-point win.
Demon Issac Woolston impressed
with three goals and was named in the
The other two matches were also very
one-sided with Renmark beating Loxton
North by 95 points and Barmera-
Monash beating Loxton by 120 points.
Samuel Allder was outstanding for
the Roos and kicked five majors, while
Jake Stoeckel also slotted five for the
Rovers to take his season total to 11
goals in two games.
In the under 13s, Barmera Monash
won comfortably over Loxton by 49
points, Renmark were victorious by
50 points over Loxton North and Berri
secured a 7-point win over Waikerie.
Best in the under 13 games were
Barmera Monash’s Rory Moroney,
Loxton’s Rogan Kennedy, Renmark’s
Jacob Dawe, Loxton North’s Ethan
Wagner, Waikerie’s Jackson Pillion and
Berri Regan Kruger.
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