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Saturday, July 26th
Loxton North v Loxton at 1.30pm
By NICK DILLON
Drogemuller has come a
long way since starting out
in the Riverland.
After spending just one
year at A1 level with Barmera,
Drogemuller quickly moved
on to a higher level, spending
time with the South Australian
Sports Institute for three years
and then moving onto Woods
Panthers in the Premier
After joining Garville four
years ago Drogemuller quick-
ly made her mark and tonight
the 26-year-old will captain
her side in a knockout semi-
final against Phoenix.
“It’s been a wonderful
experience given the club was
going through a rebuilding
phase when I got here,” she
“The year before last we
finished bottom but last year
we finished third so it’s very
exciting for the club. There’s
a lot of potential with a lot of
juniors coming through.
“It’s been very rewarding
being able to lead the squad as
“I love having the opportu-
nity to be captain both on and
off the court.”
dream nearly came to an
end when she first arrived
in Adelaide, with knee inju-
ries curtailing her promising
But two reconstructions
later she is on the verge of
playing her 100th Premier
League match, a milestone
she could bring up this year
if Garville makes the grand
“Having a milestone like
100 games after having two
knee reconstructions always
seemed a fair way off,” she
“But it’s exciting that it’s
“It was a hard and tough
journey, but I wouldn’t take
it (injury) back because I
learned so much as a player
and a leader.
“You see the game in a dif-
ferent light when you’re sit-
ting there watching.
“I had opportunities to
work quite closely with my
coaches like Marg Angove at
Drogemuller is hopeful of
advancing through tonight’s
semi-final against Phoenix.
“The team we’re playing
we’ve beaten both times so
we go in with a really strong
chance,” she said.
“Anything can happen in
finals, but we’ve got a pretty
good team connection and I
think if we start strongly, the
game will be ours.”
were part of the West
Adelaide Country team
that won the under 15
The team went through
the tournament’s minor
round undefeated, before
winning the final against
Glenelg by 13 points at
Lellmann, Harrison Brown,
Tate Milne and Codey
Lambert, Waikerie’s Dylan
Hahn, Jas Singh, Taran
Brock, Brandon DeVito and
Ben Smith, Loxton North’s
Levi Francis and Berri’s
Joshua Kleinig all played a
part in the championship-
Lambert was named sec-
ond best in the grand final,
while Smith, Brown, Singh,
Brock and Francis also played
Star players Lellmann and
Hahn were injured during the
final, but the Bloods stood up
when it counted.
Coach Michael Still said
after the game that the victory
was a credit to the boys who
embraced the Westies struc-
tures and style of play from
“It was a real team effort,
with all the boys contributing
during the carnival,” he said.
“It will be something they
remember for the rest of their
West Adelaide 12.12 (84) d
Central District 3.2 (20).
Best: J. Smithson, J. Singh, A.
Stidiford, L. Lellmann, J. Secker,
Goals: J. Smithson 4, H. Brown 2,
D. Harvey, R. Hadfield, J. Kleinig, J.
McCarthy, T. Milne, A . Stidiford.
West Adelaide 8.3 (57) d South
Adelaide 3.4 (22).
Best: A. Stidiford, T. Brock, J.
Secker, J. Smithson, L. Lellmann,
Goals: A. Stidiford 4, J. Smithson,
H. Dearman, J. Male, H. Pilgrim.
West Adelaide 9.6 (60) d Norwood
Best: J. Secker, T. Brock, L.
Lellmann, H. Brown, R. Hadfield,
J. Wiebrecht, B. DeVito, D.
Goals: J. Wiebrecht 2, B.
DeVito, H. Dearman, D. Hahn, L.
Lellmann, A . Stidiford, E. Taylor, J.
West Adelaide 7.9 (51) d Glenelg
Best: J. Norman, C. Lambert, J.
Smithson, B. Smith, H. Brown, J.
Male, J. Singh, T. Brock, T. Milne, L.
Goals: J. Norman 3, J. Smithson, J.
Riverland Boxing Club members were part
of the South Australian team that took on
New South Wales at the Waterside Workers
Club in Port Adelaide on the weekend.
While New South Wales took the honours on
the night, three of the Riverland’s four boxers came
Bradon Dunning stepped up a weight division to
dismantle Kyle Howard. In the third match between
the two, Dunning took a 2-1 lead with a smart bout.
He started with an early knock down, thanks to a
solid jab to the head, and boxed well for the remain-
der of the match to score quality points.
Ryan Goodes defeated Owen Hems in the 69kg
youth division. Goodes used good lateral movement
and surprise attacks to score clean, quality points.
Goodes could have capitalised more with counter
punches at times, but made up for it with good evasion.
Jack Seabourne beat Isaac Howard by disquali-
fication in a 64kg youth open match. Seabourne
landed a solid rear hand causing an eight-count on
his opponent in the first round. The referee eventu-
ally disqualified Howard, but Seabourne was always
Stephen Finey, trained by Steven Rudd, took on
world junior champ Satali Tevi-Fuimaono. Finey
started the match well, but Tevi-Fuimaono was too
LOXTON OPEN DRAW (TOMORROW)
TEE 1 7.18am: A. Hume, P. Proud, D. Cregan. 7.24am: D. Peberdy, M. Cenko,
D. Hodgson. 7.30am: A. Pfeiler, N. McPherson, D. Hastwell. 7.36am: G.
Eitrich, T. Hansen, B. Cornwall. 7.42am: N. Higgins, S. McKee, C. James.
7.48am: J. Dolman, D. Craig, J. Mattsson. 7.54am: G. Ward, A. Green,
L. Packer. 8am: A. Nash, T. Walsh, D. Millington. 8.06am: B. Daniels, P.
Connelly, S. Patching. 8.12am: M. Cirson, K. Burns, B. Roser. 8.18am:
D. Roser, G. Sampson, S. Beaton. 8.24am: A. Fielke, T. Vaughan, N.
Crudden. 8.30am: P. Roberts, H. Daw, P. Richardson. 8.36am: S. Harris, M.
Hutchinson, S. Baylis. 8.42am: T. Holmes, I. Bradshaw, D. Vartuli. 8.48am:
B. Atherton, J. Morrisey, A. Hucks. 10.54am: R. Bedford, L. Hampshire, B.
Chapman. 11am: J. Henwood, A. Ganz, A. Bateman. 11 .06am: A. Giles, B.
Hahn, S. Manuel. 11 .12am: A. Baker, G. Schultz, K. Heidenreich. 11 .18am:
T. Sawade, S. Smith, R. Manuel. 11 .24am: T. Mular, R. Stamp, D. Johnston.
11.30am: T. Atze, W. Bald, D. King. 11 .36am: H. Kara-Ali, B. Verheoff, B.
Atze. 11 .42am: T. Walmsley, P. Sellar, R. Malone. 11 .48am: D. Mathews,
S. Spencer, C. Morrison. 11 .54am: M. Davey, S. Noack, M. Semmler.
Noon: R. Collins, T. Moore, P. Moller. 12.06pm: B. Mitchell, C. Watson,
W. Thornborrow. 12.12pm: T. Edwards, S. Davey, S. Davey. 12.18pm: M.
Walsh, M. Pilkington, M. Chance. 12.24pm: P. Kenyon, S. Osmand, N. Slater.
12.30pm: D. Perre, M. Bryson, D. Champion. 12.36pm: K. Rivett, J. Walsh,
TEE 10 7.24am: C. Brown, G. Smith, D. Hayward. 7.30am: P. Morris, P.
Boudville, M. Menzies. 7.36am: N. O’Connell, S. Clark, S. Hamilton. 7.42am:
J. Keays, B. Fogden, R. Fielke. 7.48am: B. Green, W. Jenkins, B. Proud.
7.54am: A. Golding, R. Hanna, P. Harman. 8.06am: A. Lillia, P. Lawn, R.
Simmons. 8.12am: A. McAskill, J. McAskill, R. Lyell, M. Maczkowiack.
8.30am: C. Golding, P. Fournaros, G. Parry. 8.36am: B. Arnold, J. Curren, M.
Tyler. 8.42am: J. Ling, J. Sampson, K. Williams.
8.48am: J. Bullock, C. Golding, J. Patching. 10.54am: R. Pfeiler, P. Duthoit,
G. MacInnes. 11am: J. Murray, T. Salman, S. Krause. 11 .06am: S. Morcom,
S. Hutchings, J. Davies. 11 .12am: D. Baker, R. Bienelt, D. Tyler. 11 .18am: D.
Waugh, G. Doherty, S. Coombs. 11 .24am: R. Murphy, M. Rattigan, S. Smart.
11.30am: G. Shields, P. Bryant, S. Cronje. 11 .36am: D. Wilden, J. Johnson,
R. Butterworth. 11 .42am: J. Epps, D. McEachern, B. McKenzie. 11 .48am:
P. Smallman, R. Day, B. Bott. 11 .54am: N. Rodi, S. Pongrac, A. Ling, N.
Nguyen. Noon: C. McEacern, M. Wall, J. Smallman. 12.06pm: J. Walmsley,
K. Henwood, L. Seddon. 12.12pm: J. Fogden, A. Thiel, Y. Tatt. 12.18pm: B.
Anderson, C. Bateman, D. Davis. 12.24pm: B. Swanson, L. Bott, R. Cullen.
Stableford, Sat – Men: W. Skinner 38; A. Pfeiler 37; G. Schultz 37; S.
Patching 36; D. Tyler 36; P. Moller 36; A. Baker 35; A. Hucks 35. Women:
J. Ling 34; Y. Tatt 32. NTP: W. Skinner. Long drive: A. Pfeiler, G. Macinnes,
J. Fogden. Birdies: D. Tyler (2nd); S. Patching (5th); P. Harman (15th).
Stableford, July 16 – B . Rollbusch 36 points; B. Swanson (women’s winner)
35; G. Mudge 36; W. Wilson 35; A. Giles 35; P. Moller 33; P. Richardson 33;
A. Hucks 32; J. Ling 31; M. Tyler 31; S. Coombs 31; A. Ling 31; G. Seddon 31;
J. Johnson 30; Y. Tatt 29. Birdies: C. Berry.
Stableford, Sun – S . Smith 41 points; S. Gore 38; D. Howes 36; M. Wilksch
36; K. L’Estrange 35; N. Weinert 35; K. Wilksch 35. Stroke, Sat – P. Kemp
82/66; S. Renfrey 84/66; P. Mudge 78/67; D. Zeliff 90/69; T. Branford
75/71; S. Wade 79/71; G. Johnson 97/71. Stableford, July 16 – B . Martin
41 points; S. Smith 38; C. Wait 35; N. Weinert 35; N. Wait 35.
Stableford, Sat – Division one: S. Quinn 39 points; C. Bee 38. Division two:
C. Fechner 37; S. Schultz 36. NTP: J. Schumann, T. Schobert. Long drive: J.
Thomas, A. Bland. Stableford, July 17 – S . Schultz 37 points; J. Pearson 32.
NTP: S. Schultz. Long drive: K. Webber. Stableford, July 16 – T. Neideck 39
points; N. Kelton 38; B. Dale 37. NTP: B. Wilson. Long drive: G. Strauss.
The victorious West Adelaide under 15 country football team
following the intrastate championship final at AAMI Stadium
Young Bloods unbeaten championships
Chloe leads Garville to finals Boxing success
Jason Willett won the Audrey Strother
Riverland Closed Singles darts title at the
Loxton RSL last week.
Willett defeated Earl Walters to claim his first
title, but had to do it the hard way, coming through
the repechage round to get into the final.
Willett lost to Shaun Pankhurst in the main draw,
but then defeated Neil Flack, Terry Vale, Jimmy
Smith and Lee Rasheed to make the final.
Gloria Dyer was the women’s winner, going
undefeated all night to claim her fourth title.
Last year’s winner Tanya Fisher was runner-up.
Men’s final: J. Willett 2 d E. Walters 0. Highest peg out: J.
Willett 139. Women’s winner: G. Dyer d T. Fisher. Highest peg
out: S. Meyer 87. Highest scores: G. Dyer 133, 117; T. Fisher
125, 121, 100x4; B. Seeby 123, 117; D. Strother 115, 112,
100x3; K. Hayes 124; S. Meyer 114.
Willett wins darts title
Double Fish off guard in
this week’s round of local
Desperados’ Steve Hampel
was in fine form after the
school holiday break, leading
his team to a 7-5 victory.
Hampel defeated Double
Fish’s Steve Watson in a thrill-
ing five-set match at the end
of the night,sealing the win
Terminators crushed Hard
Hitters 9-3 and all but termi-
nated their chances of playing
finals this year. Peter Rogers
was seeing them well, finish-
ing the night undefeated.
Meanwhile Action Rollers
kept their good season going
with a convincing 9-3 win
over Top Spinners.
Desperados 7 d Double Fish 5.
Doubles: B. Williams/S. Hampel d S.
Watson/B. Heuzenroeder 9-11, 11-7,
11-4, 11-8; P. Haenen/B. Williams d T.
Perry/S. Watson 11-5, 11-7, 15-13; S.
Hampel/P. Haenen d B. Heuzenroeder/T.
Perry 11-6, 11-7, 11-8.
Singles: S. Hampel d T. Perry 11-6, 11-7,
11-6; B. Williams d B. Heuzenroeder
11-4, 12-10, 11-4; P. Haenen lost to S.
Watson 8-11, 8-11, 7-11; B. Williams
d T. Perry 9-11, 11-3, 11-7, 11-3; P.
Haenen lost to B. Heuzenroeder 6-11,
7-11, 12-10, 11-4, 6-11; S. Hampel d S.
Watson 7-11, 11-9, 4-11, 13-11, 11-9; P.
Haenen lost to T. Perry 9-11, 10-12, 11-8,
4-11; S. Hampel lost to B. Heuzenroeder
6-11, 7-11, 11-6, 11-8, 7-11; B. Williams
lost to S. Watson 9-11, 11-4, 10-12,
Action Rollers 9 d Top Spinners 3.
Doubles: D. Robinson/L. Hampel d G.
Haby/G. Amaechi 11-7, 9-11, 12-10,
6-11, 11-1; V. Villain/D. Robinson d R.
Stoeckel/G. Haby 8-11, 11-7, 11-7, 11-4;
L. Hampel/V. Villain d R. Stoeckel/G.
Amaechi 11-9, 11-7, 11-7.
Singles: V. Villain d G. Amaechi 11-4,
11-7, 13-11; L. Hampel lost to G. Haby
7-11, 8-11, 4-11; D. Robinson d R.
Stoeckel 11-4, 11-4, 11-8; V. Villain d
G. Haby 11-6, 11-9, 11-4; L. Hampel
lost to R. Stoeckel 7-11, 2-11, 10-12; D.
Robinson d G. Amaechi 11-8, 11-2, 11-5;
V. Villain d R. Stoeckel 11-9, 11-5, 11-5;
L. Hampel lost to G. Amaechi 7-11, 4-11,
11-8, 9-11; D. Robinson d G. Haby 4-11,
11-7, 11-6, 11-6.
Terminators 9 d Hard Hitters 3.
Doubles: P. Rogers/J. Perry d N.
Stoeckel/D. Hampel 11-4, 5-11, 2-11,
13-11, 13-11; L. Paloma/P. Rogers d T.
Storry/N. Stoeckel 12-10, 6-11, 11-7,
7-11, 11-9; J. Perry/L. Paloma d T.
Storry/D. Hampel 11-9, 4-11, 7-11, 11-13.
Singles: L. Paloma d D. Hampel 3-11,
11-9, 15-13, 6-11, 12-10; J. Perry lost to
N. Stoeckel 7-11, 5-11, 3-11; P. Rogers d
T. Storry 11-3, 11-7, 11-5; L. Paloma lost
to N. Stoeckel 3-11, 7-11, 7-11; J. Perry
d T. Storry 11-8, 11-7, 11-1; P. Rogers d
D. Hampel 11-9, 11-5, 11-7; L. Paloma d
T. Storry 11-4, 11-3, 12-10; J. Perry d D.
Hampel 11-6, 7-11, 11-7, 11-5; P. Rogers
d N. Stoeckel 11-6, 12-10, 5-11, 11-9.
Vikings 9 d For Shaw 3.
Doubles: T. Smith Jr/T. Smith Sr d L.
Shaw/D. Shaw 11-7, 11-7, 4-11, 11-3;
B. Chapel/T. Smith Sr d R. Shaw/L. Shaw
11-8, 11-7, 11-4; T. Smith Jr/B. Chapel
lost to R. Shaw/D. Shaw 11-13, 1-11,
Singles: B. Chapel d R. Shaw 11-3, 11-2,
11-5; T. Smith Jr d L. Shaw 11-9, 11-9,
11-7; T. Smith Sr d D. Shaw 11-7, 8-11,
11-5, 12-10; B. Chapel d L. Shaw 11-1,
11-2, 11-2; T. Smith Jr lost to D. Shaw
12-10, 12-10, 6-11, 7-11, 10-12; T. Smith
Sr d R. Shaw 11-3, 11-2, 11-7; B. Chapel
lost to D. Shaw 11-8, 8-11, 9-11, 3-11; T.
Smith Jr d R. Shaw 9-11, 11-7, 11-6, 11-8;
T. Smith Sr d L. Shaw 11-8, 11-7, 11-5.
Doubles: J. Stoeckel/C. Paloma lost to R.
Andt/J. Russel-Arnot 7-11, 11-3, 7-11,
11-6, 7-11; T. Tran/J. Stoeckel lost to A.
Swart/R. Andt 11-8, 7-11, 6-11, 2-11; C.
Paloma/T. Tran d A. Swart/J. Russel-Arnot
11-2, 11-4, 11-4.
Singles: T. Tran d J. Russel-Arnot 11-3,
11-2, 11-4; J. Stoeckel lost to A. Swart
5-11, 11-13, 5-11; C. Paloma d R. Andt
11-9, 11-6, 7-11, 11-8; J. Stoeckel d J.
Russel-Arnot 11-6, 11-8, 11-6; C. Paloma
lost to A. Swart 9-11, 4-11, 6-11; T. Tran
d R. Andt 11-8, 11-7, 11-7; C. Paloma d
J. Russel-Arnot 11-4, 11-2, 11-4; T. Tran
d A. Swart 12-10, 11-9, 11-7; J. Stoeckel
lost to R. Andt 9-11, 1-11, 8-11.
Desperados stun Double Fish in table tennis
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