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Father-son act at Wunkar
WUNKAR Independent football
legend Shane Schulz has returned
to the field this year for his
beloved Bulldogs, with his son
Tarquin Schulz by his side.
After spending some time
away from the game, Schulz said
he left the decision up to his kids
as to where they would all play
their footy this season.
“The kids have been playing
their junior footy at Loxton, so I
was nearly going to play for their
B grade,” he said.
“I said to them that I will play
wherever they wanted to play.
“One is still in the under 15s
at Loxton, but my oldest son said
he wanted to come out to Wunkar
so I decided to go back and play
Schulz said it is “very special”
to be able to play football with
his eldest son.
“I never actually thought it
would happen,” he said.
“I thought the body might
have broken down by now and I
would miss the chance, but it has
The four-time Duthie Medal
winner said getting to play with
his son ranks with some of his
fondest memories in football.
“It definitely has to be up
there,” he said.
“It is something every father
would like to do.
“So to get that opportunity
and to still be playing half decent
football and him playing good
football as well is a real bonus.”
Schulz said he was impressed
by his son’s ability to adapt
quickly to senior football.
“He is only 15 and they put
him in the first game and he did
really well,” he said.
“He kicked a couple of goals
and played in the midfield in the
last quarter and did well in there.”
Schulz said he has enjoyed
returning to Wunkar.
“Everyone has welcomed me
back with open arms again,” he
“It is the club that I have
played pretty much all my footy
for, so it’s good to get back out
“You miss that camaraderie
with your teammates, so it has
been great to get back amongst
Schulz believes the Bulldogs
have the potential to be contend-
ers come the end of the season.
top four, we just have to be on
our game,” he said.
“We slipped again on
Saturday by a couple of points
(to Paringa), but there were still
plenty of good signs.”
Four-time Duthie medallist Shane Schulz (left) has returned to the field this year
and has been able to play with eldest son Tarquin. PHOTO: Stephanie Thompson
THE Barmera Clay Target
Club held its latest shoot last
Sunday, with Frank Albanese
finishing as the top scorer for
Event one - 10 Target Point
Score eye opener:
H. Nunn and R. Maywald
Event two - 50 Target Double
AA grade – 1st F. Albanese
50/50; 2nd A. Mattschoss
A grade: R. Robertson
47/50; R. Maywald 45/50.
B grade: M. Woosnam
48/50; G. Carter 47/50.
C grade: C. Nunn 54/59; I.
Event three - 50 Target
Overall and A grade: R.
Maywald 46/50; P. Brister
AA grade: E. Schmaal 52/57;
F. Albanese 51/57.
B grade: H. Nunn 45/50; G.
C grade: C. Nunn 40/50; G.
F. Albanese 122/130.
Albanese scores tough win
SEVEN Riverland netballers have been chosen in
the 2017 Murray Region Netball Academy squad.
Ashlee Wutke, Tilly Albrecht (Barmera), Abbey
Siviour, Grace Nuske (Renmark), Connie Griffiths
(Waikerie), Jessie Wooldridge (Loxton North)
and Cornel Pauer (Loxton) all made it through the
selection process that included girls from the River
Murray, Mallee, Murray Bridge and Riverland asso-
The squad will train together over the next three
months, before competing against seven other
academies at the Regional Games in Adelaide in
make regional academy
Riverland SAPSASA hockey carnival
SAPSASA held a
successful carnival at
Berri’s Glassey Park last
and Our Lady of the
River Primary Schools
finished tied for overall
The carnival consist-
ed of 10 teams, made up
of boys and girls play-
ing with modified rules.
Waikerie Lutheran and Our
Lady of the River – 18 points
Waikerie White and Waikerie
Black – 16
Renmark West – 15
Waikerie – 14
Monash White Stars – 13
Monash Maroon Stars – 11
Monash All Stars – 10
Loxton – 9
RENMARK rounded out its dominance
of the Riverland pennants golf minor
round and booked a spot in the A grade
grand final with a 3.5-1.5 win over
Loxton last Sunday.
Andrew Hume scored Loxton’s only
win over Corey Foreman, while Daryl
Tyler managed to halve his match with
Renmark scored comfortable wins in
each of the other three matches to claim
The other match saw Barmera tune up
for its finals campaign with a 4-1 win
Sacha Pietrolaj started the dominance
for Barmera with a 6/5 win over Ian
McHugh and it continued from there.
Ryan Swanbury scored Berri’s only
point, with a 2/1 win against Doug Johns.
With the regular season complete,
Renmark has booked a place in the grand
final for all three grades.
Preliminary final action on Sunday at
Waikerie will see Barmera face Loxton in
the A grade, Berri take on Loxton in the
B grade, and Loxton clash with Barmera
in C grade.
Renmark 3.5 d Loxton 1.5.
C. Foreman lost to A. Hume 5/4, J. Pick d C.
Wooldridge 5/4, D. Shields drew with D. Tyler all
square, M. Modlinski d A. Pfeiler 7/6, G. Morrison
d L. Cregan 2/1.
Barmera 4 d Berri 1.
S. Pietrolaj d I. McHugh 6/5, T. Swanbury d C.
Berry 3/2, D. Johns lost to R. Swanbury 2/1, W.
Swinstead d R. Dale 5/4, R. Bedford d R. Day
Renmark 4.5 d Loxton 0.5.
J. Coombe d D. Unferdorben 4/3, S. Palat d S.
Harris 5/3, P. Ruston drew with H. Kara Ali all
square, C. Hyde d J. Henwood 3/2, S. Knight d D.
Berri 3 d Barmera 2.
M. Jennings d K. Martin 2/1, R. Sully d L.
Hampshire 5/4, W. Thiele lost to K. Sampson
1up, P. Mudge d R. Wickstein 4/3, J. Rosenthal
lost to B. Finn 19th.
Renmark 4 d Loxton 1.
J. Reynolds d M. Taylor 2/1, R. Burn d M.
Maczkowiack 5/4, J. Skinner d G. McInnes 3/2,
P. Morris lost to A. Giles 5/4, A. Jenke d C. Evans
Barmera 4 d Berri 1.
T. Graetz d J. Sweet 3/1, T. Fisher d S. Renfrey
4/3, T. Hansen lost to P. Kemp 6/4, N.
McPherson d J. Penna 1up, P. Jericho d W. Adams
Preliminary final fixture (at Waikerie, May 21):
A grade – Barmera vs Loxton.
B grade – Berri vs Loxton.
C grade – Loxton vs Barmera.
Waikerie 3.5 d Barmera 1.5.
C. Fridd d W. Featherstone 1up, L. Gosse d M.
Williams 4/2, K. Watkins drew with S. Minns all
square, G. Strauss d C. Pickering 5/3, (no name
supplied) lost to M. Costello 10/8 (forfeit).
Renmark 2.5 drew with Berri 2.5.
A. Thiel d T. McHugh 5/4, B. Hartshorne tied
with W. Hocevar all square, C. Stimpson lost to L.
Smith 1down, A . Pethick lost to J. Parker 6/4, H.
Walker d L. Mudge 1up.
Berri 3 d Waikerie 2.
T. McHugh d C. Fridd 1up, L. Berry d L. Gosse 8/6,
W. Hocevar lost to K. Watkins 1up, J. Parker d U.
Hayes 5/4, J. Curren lost to G. Strauss 1up.
Loxton 3 d Renmark 2.
J. Fogden d A. Thiel 3/2, K. Nolan d S. Machell
3/2, P. Patching lost to B. Hartshorne 1up, J.
Cooney lost to A. Pethick 1up, Y. Tatt d Y. Reynolds
Renmark through to pennant finale
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