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Loxton 2 d Berri 1.
BEST: Loxton - J. Hampel, K. Hennig, B.
Gibbs, S. Herbert. Berri - R. Vallelonga, C.
Heinrich, J. Burgess.
GOALS: Loxton - R. Hentschke, J. Hopper.
Berri - B. Baylis.
Renmark 3 d Waikerie 2.
BEST: Renmark - A . Dowling, D. Shawyer,
J. Bruce. Waikerie - A . Hollamby, S. Pick,
GOALS: Renmark - J . Dowling, H. Eske,
D. Shawyer. Waikerie - D. Schmidt, A.
Waikerie 1 drew with Renmark 1.
BEST: Waikerie - Z . Bakers, D. Perks,
D. Brewer, M. Wenske. Renmark - K .
Christian, P. Bruce, T. Botten.
GOALS: Waikerie - K . Rayner. Renmark - P.
Loxton 5 d Berri 2.
BEST: Loxton - K . Beer, T. Cass, T. Othams.
Berri - F. Vallelonga, J. Musratt, M. Reilly.
GOALS: Loxton - K . Beer 3, D. Schubert, R.
Gow. Berri - F. Vallelonga, M. Reilly.
Waikerie 4 d Renmark 1.
BEST: Waikerie - W. Kroehn, K. Rayner, L.
Hocking. Renmark - J. Bruce, A. Dowling,
D. Smart, J. Radloff.
GOALS: Waikerie - D. Schmidt 2, L.
Hocking, K. Rayner. Renmark - D. Smart.
Loxton 6 d Berri 1.
BEST: Loxton - L . Dowzard, C. Lambert, C.
Gow, L. Biele. Berri - T. Ridley, R. Herbert,
J. Burgess, M. Reilly.
GOALS: Loxton - B. Gibbs 3, J. Hopper,
L. Dowzard, Z. Wagenknecht. Berri - M.
Waikerie White 3 d Loxton 2.
BEST: Waikerie White - B . Ebert, C.
Edwards, M. Rayner, L. Ebert. Loxton - C .
Size, E. Grosse, I. Arnold.
GOALS: Waikerie White - D. Schmidt 2, M.
Rayner. Loxton - C . Schaefer, J. Abrahams-
Waikerie Black 13 d Renmark 1.
BEST: Waikerie Black - details not sup-
plied. Renmark - J. Radloff, T. Hiemann,
GOALS: Waikerie Black - K . Rayner
3, D. Brewer 2, C. Mitolo, K. Schiller,
L. Hocking, O. Kroehn, W. Kroehn, J.
Brewer, R. Singh, M. Mitolo. Renmark - T.
Renmark 5 d Waikerie 0.
BEST: Renmark - C . Dominic, A. Mallinson,
C. Webb, L. Benda. Waikerie - J. Dolphin,
GOALS: Renmark - J. Mallinson 3, C.
Dominic, D. Weeks.
Loxton 2 d Berri 1.
BEST: Loxton - details not supplied. Berri -
S. Robinson, E. Cuteri, M. Leach.
Loxton: M. Koivi, L. Redemski. Berri - N .
Berri 4 d Loxton 0.
BEST: Berri - K . Hibberd, L. Mensforth,
K. Turner, D. Dale, T. Barker. Loxton - F.
Richardson, K. Petherick, K. Hobbs, C.
GOALS: Berri - L. Mensforth 2, T. Barker,
Waikerie 7 d Renmark 0.
BEST: Waikerie - S. Breuer, S. Kuchel, C.
Waye, R. Lawson. Renmark - K . Radloff, N.
Riar, J. Elphick, T. Thomas.
GOALS: Waikerie - S. Breuer 3, M. Kroehn
2, C. Waye, V. Schmidt.
Waikerie 2 d Berri 1.
BEST: Waikerie - T. Schmidt, J. Ebert, A.
Langhen, H. Needer. Berri - details not
GOALS: Waikerie - T. Schmidt, A. Langhen.
Berri - B. Kelly.
Loxton 2 d Waikerie 1.
BEST: Loxton - S. Western, A. Flight,
R. Swanbury, R. Gillard. Waikerie - C .
Devroome, Z. Schiller, L. Loffler.
GOALS: Loxton - M. Hartwig 2. Waikerie -
Renmark 3 d Waikerie Black 0.
BEST: Renmark - details not supplied.
Waikerie Black - details not supplied.
GOALS: Renmark - J. Botten 2, M.
Waikerie White 5 d Loxton 0.
BEST: Waikerie White - E . Kroehn,
O. Ebert, L. Loffler, K. Schiller. Loxton - I .
Schaefer, B. Pauer, C. Hennig, C. Wright.
GOALS: Waikerie White - C . Thiele 4, O.
Renmark clinches late
victory over Waikerie
RENMARK continued its
positive start to the Riverland
hockey A grade men’s season,
scoring a narrow one-goal win
against Waikerie on Friday night
at Glassey Park.
The match was an even contest
from start to finish, as a young
Waikerie side took it up to its
more experienced opponent.
In the end it was Waikerie’s
lack of experience that cost it,
as a couple of slight lapses in
defence helped Renmark score,
including one in the final 10 min-
utes that saw Jeff Dowling nail
Former players Shaun Pick
and Austin Hollamby returned
for Waikerie, and helped guide
the young team throughout the
Callum McNaughton and
Lincoln Matulin were both
resolute in defence for Renmark
all game, while Danial Shawyer
created a number of attacking
forays with his sharp passing in
The second A grade men’s
match was played on Saturday at
Loxton, with Loxton also scoring
a 2-1 victory over Berri.
The match was a scrappy
affair, with Loxton using its
home ground advantage to full
effect to clinch victory.
Ryan Hentschke and Joel
Hopper were the goal scorers
for the home team, while Bode
Baylis scored Berri’s only goal.
Renmark’s A grade women’s
side made it a clean sweep for the
club on Friday night with a five-
goal win against Waikerie.
Renmark controlled the major-
ity of the match and clinched vic-
tory, which sees it go top of the
The combination of Danielle
Weeks and Juliet Mallinson up
front for Renmark proved too
much for Waikerie to handle,
with Mallinson scoring a hat-
Young gun Brooke Webb was
a standout for Renmark, with a
dominant display in the midfield,
while Crystal Devroome and
Harmony Needer stepped up for
Waikerie in the absence of Justice
Loxton registered a tense one-
goal victory over Berri in the
other A grade women’s match on
After a back-and-forth con-
test throughout the match, it was
Loxton that came away on top
with an important win.
Sarah Robinson was named
best for Berri, while Lisa
Redemski and Mare Koivi scored
Renmark’s Juliet Mallinson fires off a pass during her team’s A grade women’s
match against Waikerie on Friday night.
Renmark’s Danial Shawyer assesses his options down the field in his team’s A
grade men’s match against Waikerie on Friday night. PHOTOS: Grant Schwartzkopff
Top teams dominate
AFTER five rounds
of the Riverland darts
season, a gap is starting
to develop between the
top and bottom teams.
Barmera Odd Bods and
Renmark R C Ones all
scored large wins in last
Loxton RSL had a
14-1 win over Loony
Toons and Barmera Odd
Bods also won 14-1
against the Expendables.
Renmark R C Ones
had the closest match
of the night, with a
12-3 win over Monash
Loxton RSL 14 (A.
Hargreaves 174, 120x2,
105, 100, E. Walters 140x4,
100x5, J. Willett 140x2,
100x2, A. Musolino 140,
130, 125, 100x3, N. Peatey
140, 123, 100x2, T. Smith
116, S. Pankhurst 100) d
Loony Toons 1 (T, Fisher 140,
121, 100x2, T. Lehmann
132, 116, 100x2, B. Fisher
107, 100, S. Fisher 100).
Barmera Odd Bods 14
(R. Martin 140, 100x4, A.
McCauley 140, 100x3, D.
Coombe 140, 100x3, D.
Parfitt 121, 119, 100, M.
Seeby 115, 100x6, G. Dyer
129) d Expendables 1 (D.
Roessel 140, 126, 125x2,
100x2, S. Lockwood 109, G.
Renmark R C Ones 12 (R.
Tyck 140x4, 125x2, 100x3,
N. Flack 140x2, 125x2,
100x5, L. Rasheed 100x6,
B. Rogers 100x3, C. Dunhill
100x2, W Schwartzkopff
100) d Monash Wanderers
3 (A. Weidenhofer 180, 121,
100, D. Martin 140, 125,
100x2, K. Hayes 121, 100x2,
W. Bonham 115, 100x3).
THE Riverland Hockey
Association has named
its senior men’s and
women’s squads to
compete at the State
this weekend in
South Australian State
Country teams for the
national carnival will be
selected from this week-
Daniel Schubert, James
Lange, Joel Hampel, Sean
Herbert, Briley Gibbs, Joel
Hopper, Ryan Hentschke,
Matthew Baird, Anthony
Segui, Brett Stokes, Nathan
Bradford, Austin Hollamby,
Jason Redemski, Jimmy
Smith, Nicholas Hocking,
Rowan Hope (player/coach),
Mick Hopper (team manager).
Juliet Mallinson, Danielle
Weeks, Brooke Webb,
Rebecca Keynes, Christina
Glekas, Charlotte Domonic,
Rory Giddings, Amanda
Schubert, Lisa Redemski,
Ashleigh Baker, Justice
Ebert, Trinity Schmidt, Kira
McMahon, Brooke Kelly,
Ada Walladge, Nicole Junior,
Emma Cuteri, Tara Allister
(coach), Sarah Schiller (team
Squads named for country hockey champs Riverland shooters star
THE Target Rifle Australia National
Championships were held in Adelaide over
the Easter long weekend, with a couple of
locals tasting success.
Blanchetown’s Roy Helbig won the
national 50 metre Bench Rest champion-
ship, while Renmark’s Mark Cresp finished
The two were also members of the four-
person South Australian team that was vic-
torious in the national teams event.
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