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Loxton 7 d Waikerie 1.
Best: Loxton - B. Gibbs, J. Lange, R.
Hentschke. Waikerie - A . Harkin, S. Lawson,
Goals: Loxton - B . Gibbs 2, J. Hampel 1,
R. Hentschke 1, J. Lange, S. Herbert , R.
Scaehefer. Waikerie - D . Schmidt 1.
Renmark 5 d Berri 3.
Best: Renmark - H . Eske, M. Tucker,
D. Shawyer. Berri - B. Stokes, K. Butler-
Kerridge, R. Hope.
Goals - Renmark - B. Duggin 2, H. Eske, A.
Harrison 1. Berri - N. Bradford 1, K. Butler-
Kerridge, R. Hope.
Loxton 8 d Berri 0.
Best: Loxton - M. Hopper, R. James, J.
Albrecht, Z. Albrecht. Waikerie - D. Perks, G.
Fulwood, Z. Brewer, D. Brewer.
Goals: Loxton - M. Hopper 2, K. Beer, R.
James 1, C. Knoblauch, J. Hopper.
Renmark 3 d Berri 0.
Best: Renmark - D. Beer, M. Bruce, M.
Vowles. Berri - S. Walladge, S. Stokes, T.
Goals: Renmark - M. Vowles 2, J. Dowling 1.
Loxton 6 d Waikerie 1.
Best: Loxton - J. Hopper, B. Gibbs, C. Gow,
C. Size. Waikerie - D. Brewer, O. Kroehn, M.
Goals: Loxton - B . Gibbs 3, J. Hopper.
Berri 5 d Renmark 3.
Best: Berri - not supplied. Renmark - M .
Giles, D. Smart, N. Duggin.
Goals: Berri - K . Butler-Kerridge 2, J.
Passmore, S. Walladge 1. Renmark - J.
Bruce 2, J. Roberts 1.
Waikerie 5 d Loxton 2.
Best: Waikerie - D. Brewer, J. Mee, W.
Kroehn, J. Brewer. Loxton - C . Size, C.
Schaefer, L. Richardson.
Goals: Waikerie - J. Mee 2, M. Mitolo 1, W.
Kroehn, J. Brewer. Loxton - C . Schaefer 1,
Berri 5 d Renmark 0.
Best - R. Herbert, J. Ridley, R. Burgess.
Renmark - J. Barton, D. Smart, C. Walter.
Goals: Berri - R. Herbert 5.
Renmark 3 d Berri 2.
Best: Renmark - B . Webb, C. Glekas, A.
Mallinson, B. Glekas. Berri - B. Kelly, M.
Leach, S. Robinson, N. Mentha.
Goals: Renmark - B . Webb 1, J. Mallinson, J.
Elphick. Berri - J. Nourse 1, N. Weatherald.
Waikerie 1 d Loxton 0.
Best: Waikerie - S. Boatswain, J. Kleeman,
J. Dolphin, L. Hocking. Loxton - C . Sharrad,
B. Hobby, M. Koivi, BJ. Hammerstein.
Goals: Waikerie - T. Ebert 1.
Renmark 2 d Berri 1 .
Best: Renmark - L . Yates, J. Berends, N.
Riar, K. Barton. Berri - not supplied.
Goals: Renmark - T. Shawyer 1, L. Yates.
Berri - K . Hibberd 1.
Waikerie 5 d Loxton 1.
Best: Waikerie - M. Kroehn, A. Kroehn, P.
Kroehn. Loxton - S. Herbert, A. Schubert, M.
Hobby, C. Doyle.
Goals: Waikerie - V. Schmidt 2, M. Kroehn,
C. Waye 1.
Renmark 4 d Berri 0.
Best: Renmark - B . Webb, C. Dominic, S.
Zahra, J. Evans. Berri - B . Kelly, N. Milne, A .
Hibberd, C. Sharrad, M. Koivi.
Goals: Renmark - B. Webb 2, C. Dominic 1,
Loxton 4 d Renmark 3.
Best: Loxton - C . Sharrad, E. Schaefer, M.
Hartwig, B. Hobby. Renmark - C . Berends,
G. Pater, M. Glekas, K. Smart.
Goals: Loxton - M . Hartwig 2, B. Hobby
1, O. Vivian. Renmark - C. Berends 2, H.
Waikerie Black 4 d Loxton 0.
Best: Waikerie Black - not supplied. Loxton
- T. McDonald, I. Schaefer, W. Voigt, E.
Goals: Waikerie Black - C . Edwards 1, G.
Matulick, E. Pick, N. Hocking.
Renmark 3 d Berri 0.
Best: Renmark - J. Botten, C. Smart, E.
Haines. Berri - A . Herbert, S. Martin, F.
Goals: Renmark - J. Botten 3.
Waikerie’s Jordan Kleeman sends a long pass down the pitch against Loxton in A grade
women’s competition on Friday night. PHOTO: Grant Schwartzkopff
Renmark and Waikerie take tight wins
THE 2017 Riverland hockey
season got back under way over
the weekend, with Renmark
and Waikerie both scoring one-
goal wins in A grade women’s
Renmark managed to score
a tight 3-2 win against Berri on
Saturday afternoon at Glassey Park.
After a scrappy opening to the
contest, both teams soon found their
Berri opened the scoring but
Renmark soon responded to ensure
the match was locked at 1-1 at half
The second half continued in a
similar fashion, as neither side was
willing to give away the momentum.
In the end it was Renmark that
scored twice more to seal the vic-
Brooke Webb was judged best
player for Renmark, while Brooke
Kelly was named as Berri’s best.
In the A grade women’s match on
Friday night, it was Waikerie that
registered a 1-0 win over Loxton.
The game proved to be an arm
wrestle from start to finish, with
both teams showing a lot of deter-
mination to stay in the match.
Loxton created a number of
attacking opportunities through
Briana Hobby and Haylee Symens,
but Skye Boatswain was too good
for Waikerie in goals, as she came
up with a number of crucial saves.
The only goal of the match came
when Sheree Loffler set up Taliah
Ebert who finished off the passage
of play in front of goal.
In men’s A grade, Loxton contin-
ued its strong start to the 2017 sea-
son, chalking up a convincing six-
goal win over Waikerie on Friday
Despite Loxton’s dominance, the
young Waikerie side managed to
restrict the deficit to two goals at the
Loxton’s experience soon came
to the fore in the second half, as the
margin blew out to seven goals.
A late goal for Waikerie through
Dan Schmidt saw the final score fin-
ish 7-1 in Loxton’s favour.
Renmark scored a two-goal vic-
tory over Berri in the other A grade
men’s match on Saturday.
The match was a high-scoring
affair, with both teams hitting the
scoreboard at regular intervals.
In the end it was Renmark that
came away on top, after capitalising
on a handful of errors by Berri.
Hamish Eske was judged
Renmark’s best player, while Berri’s
captain Brett Stokes was best for his
Loxton’s Kyton Rayner (left) and Waikerie’s Robin Schaefer both watch intently for a chance to get
involved in the play during their A grade men’s match on Friday night.
Locals succeed at titles
MEMBERS of the Loxton Kart Club
travelled to Lucindale in the state’s South
East to compete in the 2017 Aidka State
Titles last weekend.
The club was represented in nine of the
11 categories at the race meeting, with
member Bailey Heinrich the top performer
after finishing second in the KT Heavy
Brae Biele also had a big weekend,
finishing third in the Junior Lights class.
Other Loxton junior drivers to do well
in their first title attempt were Harrison
Gifford, who finished fifth overall, and
Declan Morrisson who came fourth.
Ben Nitschke finished in third position
in the Outlaw class at his first state title
A strong performance saw Riley
Hammerstein finish sixth overall in the
hotly contested KT Light class.
Kobi Koch competed in KT Heavy,
finishing fifth overall.
Loony Toons win a tight one
IN the fourth round of
Riverland darts, the closest
match of the night was
between Expendables and
Loony Toons got off to
a strong start, winning the
three doubles and four of
the first round of singles
and it then won three of
the second round to claim a
Both other matches were
one-sided affairs, with
Renmark R C Ones defeat-
ing Double Jacks 13-2 and
Loxton RSL defeating
Monash Wanderers 13-2.
Loony Toons 10 (D. Marin 138,
100x3, A . Noble 138, 100, D.
Heinekie 129, 100, T. Fisher
121, 100x3, S. Fisher 125, B.
Fisher 114) d Expendables 5 (G.
Norman 125, 100, T. Daelmann
110, 105, 100, S. Lockwood
100x2, D. Roessel 100).
Renmark R C Ones 13 (L.
Rasheed 140 x 2, 126, 125,
100x2, N. Flack 140, 125x2,
121, 100x8, R. Tyck 140,
121x2, 100x5, C. Dunhill 140,
100x6, B. Rogers 140, 100x4,
R. Donovan 121) d Double Jacks
2 (L. Platten 140, 100x3, C.
Langdown 140, 105, K. Wenske
118, 111, D. Phillips 105, 100,
F. Wenske 125).
Loxton RSL 13 (J. Willett 180,
125, 100x2, A . Musolino 140x3,
125x2, 100x4, E. Walters 140x2,
123, 100x3, A . Hargreaves
140x2, 100x6, 103 peg out, S.
Pankhurst 117, 100x2, T. Smith
100x2) d Monash Wanderers 2
(A. Weidenhofer 140x2, 100x2,
D. Hayes 140, 134, W. Bonham
100x4, C. Martin 100).
SAPSASA softballers excel
RIVERLAND SAPSASA sent a
girls and boys team to Adelaide
to compete in the SAPSASA
State Softball Championship
early last month, with both teams
finishing third in their divisions.
Monday – Game one: Riverland 8 lost
to Barossa and Light 9. Best: H. Fridd, J.
Sullivan, K. Lowe. Game two: Riverland
11 d Onkaparinga north and south 6.
Best: C. Letton, S. Johns, C. Lawton.
Tuesday - Riverland 3 lost to Barker 13.
Best: H. Johns, K. Karpany, C. Letton.
Wednesday – Game one: Riverland 8
drew with Northern Yorke Peninsula 8.
Best: H. Johns, B. Bagguley, J. Sullivan.
Game two: Riverland 21 d Upper South
Thursday - Riverland 17 d Gawler 7.
Best: K. Karpany, H. Fridd, J. Sullivan.
Riverland 13 d Murraylands 12. Best. J.
Sullivan, K. Karpany, B. Bagguley.
Friday - Riverland 21 d Murray Mallee 7.
Best: K. Karpany, C. Lawton, J. Sullivan.
Monday - Riverland 7 lost to East
Adelaide 14. Best: L. Campbell-Collard,
H. Brauer, D. Campbell-Collard.
Tuesday – Game one: Riverland 6 lost
to Airport 17. Best: S. Miller, S. Schier,
E. Pech. Game two: Riverland 21 d
Torrens River/Adelaide North East 9.
Best: H. Brauer, D. Campbell-Collard, R.
Wednesday - Game one: Riverland
9 lost to Port 16. Best: S. Schier,
A. Duncan, H. Brauer. Game two:
Riverland 8 d Barker 7. Best: D.
Campbell-Collard, H. Brauer, E. Pech.
Thursday – Game one: Riverland 10
lost to Mid South East 14. Best:
L. Campbell-Collard, S. Schier D.
Campbell-Collard. Game two: Riverland
14 d Onkaparinga north and south 13.
Best: S. Miller, D. Campbell-Collard, A .
Friday - Riverland 14 d Southern
Valley 8. Best: L. Campbell-Collard, D.
Campbell-Collard, A . Duncan.
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