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Waikerie v Barmera at 1.30pm
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Goodes said the event would be a good
experience for local boxers.
"Being able to have local people there
who wouldn't normally come support
them is one of the biggest benefits," he
"Having people cheering for them rath-
er than against them makes a big differ-
"It also puts more pressure on them to
perform too. So it's good in that way too."
Goodes expects to have around 20
bouts on the card, with RBC members
Bradon Dunning, Ryan Goodes, Shaun
Schaff, Stephen Finey, Jack Seabourne,
Raymond Rosenthal and Uschi Artem like-
ly to be on the card.
"There's probably one or two others as
well, but we'll see how they're travelling
in the gym," he said.
"I haven't spoken to the Renmark
(Boxing Club) guys for a bit, but I daresay
we'll have a few of their guys front up
Tickets can be purchased at the Loxton
Club, Riverland Boxing Club or at the
Meanwhile, two Riverland Boxing
Club fighters had good wins last Saturday
night at the Munno Para Bowling Club.
Dunning defeated Elijaz Ali Safa in a
"This was Braden's best match to date,"
Goodes said. "His footwork and workrate
has improved greatly."
Seabourne also had a win over
Adelaide's Kosta Antolis. Seabourne
joined the club from Tasmania and is now
training full time.
"Jack won in a very skilful display
of boxing," Goodes said. "Both boxers
worked hard during the match."
Riverland boxers will next compete
at the Waterside Workers Club in Port
Adelaide in a South Australia versus New
South Wales match-up.
Boxing back on the Riverland radar again
'Bonnie' Tyler won
the Riverland Golf
Association's ladies two-
day event last week at
Tyler scored 85 off the stick
to win the H.E. Cock Bowl
from Berri's Lenore Martin on
87.Berri's Reva Cullen was the
net winner on 72.
A grade Gross: B. Tyler 85; L. Martin
87. Net: R. Cullen 72.
B grade Gross: J. Curren 100; S.
Minns 105. Net: D. Fogden 76.
Veterans Gross: C. Fridd 92.
Foursomes championship Gross: L.
Smith/L. Mudge 93; A. Thiel/C.
Stimpson 101. Net: R. Christie/C.
Vriends 73; A. Pethick/M.
Foursomes championships, Sun -- M.
Evans/K. Martin 121; R. Swanbury/T.
Swanbury 125. Handicap: R.
Bedford/G. Millard 109; M.
Stavrou/S. Stavrou 112.75.
Stableford, July 2 -- R. Wurth 41 points;
E. van Hensbergen 38; M. Ubhey
37; R. Bedford 37; D. Zeliff 36; D.
Babbage 36. Birdies: M. Ubhey (6th);
E. van Hensbergen (2nd); J. Bannear
Holden Scramble, Sun -- C. Ashton/W.
Ashton/K. Buckler/J. Stone
67/54.38; D. Unferdorben/A.
Hume/M. Searles/M. Taylor 61/56.
Stroke, Sat -- Winner: S. Harris 80/68.
A grade: G. MacInnes 86/72; D.
Sunman 85/73. B grade: F. Borg
90/70; G. Schultz 93/74. Ball win-
ners: T. Sawade 73 net; H. Kara-Ali
74; P. Proud 74; B. Hahn 74. Women:
B. Arnold 107/77; J. Sawade 98/77.
NTP: P. Proud (2nd); H. Kara-Ali (5th);
P. Harman 912th); T. Sawade (15th).
Birdies: H. Kara-Ali (5th); D. Nguyen
(5th); W. Skinner (12th). Long drive:
S. Harris, S. Renfrey.
Stableford, July 2 -- H. Kara-Ali 35
points; G. Manuel 32; S. Coombs 32;
C. Ashton 32; P. Richardson 31; A.
Giles 31; J. Fogden (women's winner)
27; J. Patching 26. Birdies: G. Mudge
(2nd); D. Unferdorben (5th).
Stroke, Sat -- Division one: T. Harris
97/72; K. Watkins 91/73. Division
two: N. Kelton 97/72; S. Schutz
96/73. NTP: B. Lane, N. Kelton. Long
drive: B. Lane, M. Burnell.
Stableford, July 3 -- F. Sullivan 32
points; J. Steinert 31.
Stableford, July 2 -- H. van der Meyden
43 points; S. Copeland 41; S.
Nitschke 40. NTP: S. Copeland. Long
drive: S. Nitschke.
Stableford, July 2 -- L. Kahui 38 points;
K. Warner 37; J. Anspach 36; C.
Foreman 36; W. Rothe 35; S. Sidhu
35; K. Wagnitz 35; D. Warren 35; S.
Davies 34; B. DuRieu 34; M. Hollitt
34; G. Parker 34; S. May 33; J.
Reynolds 33; P. Ruston 33. NTP: J.
Sweet (2nd); S. Davies (9th); L. Kahui
(13th); J. Coombe (15th).
Stableford, June 28 -- S. May 39 points;
C. Berry 37; P. Rohrlach 35; B.
Tyndale 35; Barry Kruger 35; L. Kahui
32; J. Koumbarakos 32; S. Knight 31;
G. Stimpson 31; S. Tyndale (women's
winner) 30; C. Smith 27; S. Pendle
26; A. Thiel 25. NTP: L. Kahui (2nd);
S. May (9th); C. Berry (15th).
Jack Seabourne (left) and Bradon Dunning in action during a recent boxing
tournament at the Munno Para Bowling Club.
Former Berri netballer
Steph Sarro returned
home recently to run
some junior training
Sarro was recently
named in the
Australian under 17
and made the trip
to the Riverland with
fellow squad member
The duo held special
for the Berri and
and Chelsea Foulds
were among the
Tyler wins ladies golf event
Sandra Mason was named the supreme
high point winner at the Renmark Horse
and Pony Club's third and final tri-series
Mason was also the senior dressage winner,
while Sophie Hoffmann took out the junior
event. Shannen Ross was the senior show jump
winner, with Kimberley Yates the junior winner.
Supreme high point Winner: Sandra Mason (KP
Senior showjump Winner: Shannen Ross (Sable). Runner-
up: Monika Drewett (Stubbie).
Junior showjump Winner: Kimberley Yates (Chelan
Elegance). Runner-up: Johanna Otto (Tango).
Senior dressage Winner: Sandra Mason (KP Sampson).
Runner-up: Sue Parsons (AE Rhyme).
Junior dressage Winner: Sophie Hoffmann (Baxendale).
Runner-up: Jo Otto (Tango).
comes to a close
Shannen Ross won the Renmark Horse and
Pony Club's senior show jumping event.
BARMERA GUN CLUB
30-target double barrel A grade: L. Kadziela 40/41; F.
Albanese 39/41. B grade: R. Wylie 26/30. C grade: I.
30-target single barrel A grade: E. Schmaal 29/30; R.
Pash 28/30. B grade: B. Morris 28/30.
30-target continental AA grade: R. Pash 30/30; E.
Schmaal 29/30. A grade: S. Byrnes 30/30; L. Kadziela
41/42. B grade: B. Morris 27/30; R. Wylie 26/30. C
grade: D. Jarrett 24/30; I. Maywald 21/30.
High gun: R. Pash 95/100.
RENMARK SMALL BORE RIFLE CLUB
H. Smith 100.8, 100.9 (200); N. Lloyd 100.8, 97.6 (197);
M. Holmes 99.7, 98.6 (197); M. Cresp 99.6, 98.3 (197);
M. Redway 99.3, 98.3 (197); J. Redway 99.6, 97.6 (196).
Crows indigenous programs
Two weeks ago there was plenty happening in the
AFC indigenous programs. The club hosted the APY
Lands senior team as it prepared for its annual match
against a Maralinga representative side. The match
was played at Adelaide Oval as the curtain-raiser to
the AFL match. The club has an ongoing partner-
ship with the APY Lands. In keeping with our desire
to be 'the team for all South Australians', the club's
fostership program in the APY Lands is based around
engaging the community in health, education and
sporting program across all ages.
Crows Foundation hits a million
The Crows Foundation this year reached $1 mil-
lion in donations to South Australian children in need.
The foundation announced three new partnerships
for 2014 marking $1 million donated by the official
charity arm of the Adelaide Football Club. This year
the Crows Foundations' major partner will be Variety
- the Children's Charity - and the $50,000 donated
will sponsor the 'Show of Hearts' scholarship pro-
gram which helps SA children to pursue their dreams,
whether it be in the sports, the arts or academic arena.
The Crows Foundation will also this year contribute
$16,500 to Operations Flinders and $15,000 to Down
Tickets for Adelaide matches
Book your tickets to the Adelaide Crows v West
Coast on Saturday, August 2 at 1.10pm. Tickets go
on sale to non ticketed members on Monday July
7 and go on sale to general public on Tuesday July
8. Tickets are available by phoning 132 849 or at a
Ticketek outlet or online through www.afc.com.au.
Members will require their 12-digit barcode number
(see rear of membership card) and may purchase up to
four ticket in one transaction during the member pri-
ority period. Go to afc.com.au to browse membership
with Adelaide Oval match access from just $85 (adult)
and $25 (junior).
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