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BEST: Loxton – S. Bonney,
J. Reid, R. Schaeffer, C.
Burgemeister. Waikerie – A .
Kroehn, T. Boatswain, S. Loffler.
GOALS: Loxton – T. Allister, C.
Burgemeister, R. Schaeffer, S.
Baird. Waikerie – C. Waye, S.
Berri 4 d Renmark 2.
BEST: Berri – M. Leach, J. Size, S. Quirke. Renmark – J . Lieuert, T.
Shawyer, C. Glekas.
GOALS: Berri – N. Westley, L. Mensforth, D. Dale, J. Size. Renmark – S.
Pendle, J. Lieuert.
Waikerie 6 d Loxton 0.
BEST: Waikerie – T. Schmidt, C. Lean, T. Gwynne, B. Dolphin, J.
Dolphin. Loxton – I. Swanbury, L. Swanbury, S. Pearn, S. Stivahtaris.
GOALS: Waikerie – S. Weir 2, T. Boatswain, T. Gwynne, J. Dolphin, T.
Schmdt. Loxton – nil.
Renmark 5 d Berri 4.
BEST: Renmark – A . Mallinson, B. Glekas, B. Webb, C. Glekas. Berri – E.
Cale, C. Dominic, T. Nourse.
GOALS: Renmark – J . Mallinson 2, A . Giles, C. Glekas, B. Webb. Berri –
C. Dominic 2, K. McMahon, E. Clarke.
BEST: Renmark – A . Evans,
H. Ramsay, A . Petersen, D.
Weeks. Berri – N. Wetherald,
M. McMahon, J. Starr.
GOALS: Renmark – D . Weeks
2, J. Mallinson, L. Scott. Berri –
N. Wetherald 2, E. Cuteri.
BEST: Renmark – N. Stoeckel,
C. Benda, D. Shawyer. Berri – T.
Halupka, B. Baylis, S. Walladge.
GOALS: Renmark – J .
Hutchins. Berri – nil.
BEST: Waikerie – M. Kroehn, C.
Hope, A . Nitschke. Loxton – J.
Lange, S. Trezise, T. Pannell.
GOALS: Waikerie – R . Hope
2, R. Edwards. Loxton – Z .
Loxton 1 d Waikerie 0.
BEST: Loxton – K. Burgemeister, N. Richardson, T. Othams. Waikerie
– all played well.
GOALS: Loxton –T. Haigh. Waikerie – nil.
Berri 2 drew with Renmark 2.
BEST: Berri – B . Martin, F. Vallelonga, J. Bowers. Renmark – P. Long, S.
Webb, C. McNaughton, P. Wickham.
GOALS: Berri – J . Passmore, B. Martin. Renmark – C. McNaughton, P.
Waikerie 4 d Loxton 2.
BEST: Waikerie – C . Catford, B. Rigby, A . Hollamby, N. Hocking. Loxton
– Z . Albrecht, T. Flood, C. Heinrich, C. Hansen.
GOALS: Waikerie – N. Hocking 3, Z. Baker. Loxton – C . Hansen, J.
Berri 10 d Renmark 1.
BEST: Berri – D . Couzner, S. Mann, B. Martin. Renmark – O . Coats, N.
Woodrow, J. Bruce, J. Woodrow.
GOALS: Berri – B . Martin 4, S. Mann, D. Couzner 2, B. Baylis, T.
Trewren. Renmark – N. Woodrow.
Waikerie 4 d Loxton 0.
BEST: Waikerie – G . Fulwood, M. Rayner, J. Smith, L. Hocking. Loxton
– B . Gibbs, C. Heinrich, H. McDonald.
GOALS: Waikerie – J . Smith, A . Ebert, D. Schmidt, C. Hollamby. Loxton
Renmark 3 d Berri 0.
BEST: Renmark – M. Giles, O. Coats, L. Roberts. Berri –J . Ridley, J.
Frazer, J. Millar.
GOALS: Renmark – J . Bruce, S. Jenke, L. Roberts. Berri – nil.
Waikerie Black 5 d Berri 0.
BEST: Waikerie – K. Rayner, D. Brewer, M. Rayner, R. Hollamby. Berri
– J . Ridley, P. Stevenson, R. Burgess, S. Kudra.
GOALS: Waikerie – R. Hollamby 3, J. Brewer, M. Rayner. Berri – nil.
Waikerie White 5 d Renmark 0.
BEST: Waikerie White – J . Ebert, W. Mihalopoulos, A . Loffler, N.
Hocking. Renmark – J . Botton, H. Pinyon, M. Shugg, S. Petrecevic.
GOALS: Waikerie White – J . Ebert 3, D. Schmidt, L. Hocking. Renmark
Waikerie took top spot
on the Riverland A grade
men’s hockey ladder on
Friday night, defeating a
tenacious Loxton 3-1.
Loxton started strongly with
Tim Pannell and James Lange
using the ball well.
Waikerie’s Brenton Kroehn,
Alex Fulwood and Cameron
Hope nullified Loxton’s
attacks, with goalie Mark
Kroehn saving a number of
Strong passages of play
from Jason Redemski, Rowan
Hope, Austin Hollamby and
Nick Hocking saw Waikerie
However, both teams went
into the half time break score-
Waikerie took just eight
minutes to open its account
in the second half when Hope
was unattended in the circle.
Loxton replied six minutes
later when Zac Bartsch scored
to level the scores.
Waikerie continued to play
physical hockey and using
Ryan Edwards converted
Waikerie’s second goal with
eight minutes remaining,
before Hope sealed Loxton’s
fate with his second of the day.
Renmark won a low-scoring
encounter with Berri 1-0
Berri put Renmark under
pressure from the opening
whistle, with Bode Baylis, Sam
Walladge, Anthony Segui and
Beau Delaine working hard.
Renmark keeper Stephen
Cresp continued his good form,
while at the other end, Danial
Shawyer, Nigel Stoeckel and
Callum Benda kept Berri keep-
er Tony Halupka on his toes.
Brett Stokes dictated play
from defence, but Brady
Martin and Jordy Burgess kept
pushing the ball forward for
Youngster James Hutchins
eventually broke through to
score for Renmark, with no
more goals added for the night.
Renmark moved to the top
of the A grade women’s
ladder on Saturday with a 4-3
win over Berri.
The Blues won, despite
being confronted with Berri
guns Naomi Wetherald and
Renmark started well, with
Lauren Scott opening the scor-
ing and Juliet Mallinson fol-
lowing up with another shortly
Emma Cuteri, Kira
McMahon, Kris Weir and
Wetherald worked the ball into
attack for Berri, but were often
stopped by Bec Keynes, Sally
Giles and Danielle Weeks.
Weeks found herself at the
other end and scored from a
penalty corner to give Renmark
a 3-0 lead.
Emma Cuteri got one back
for Berri just before half time
as her side started to lift.
Merinda McMahon and
Jess Starr took control and
Wetherald converted from a
She scored again six min-
utes later from a deflection to
lock the scores at 3-3.
However, Weeks scored her
second late in the game to send
Renmark to the top.
Loxton defeated Waikerie
4-2 in Friday night’s clash.
Tara Allister and Steph
Baird were crucial in attack
for Loxton, but were held
by Carlye Waye and Miriam
Loxton had a number of
penalty corners early on, but
was unable to convert.
Tara Allister eventually
scored from a penalty corner to
give Loxton the edge.
Loxton’s lead was
shortlived, with Sheree Loffler
finding Waye unguarded in
the circle to lock scores up a
1-1. Allister scored again just
before half time to make it 2-1
at the break.
Loxton’s defence was
caught out in the second half,
with Sarah Schiller levelling
Jane Reid moved up for-
ward and had an immedi-
ate effect for Loxton, helping
Rebecca Schaeffer score.
Waikerie tried its hardest to
find an equaliser, but Allister
made it a hat-trick to give her
side the win.
Miriam Kroehn hits the ball forward for Waikerie in Riverland A grade women’s hockey on Friday night.
Waikerie claims men’s mantle
Loxton’s Tara Allister runs the ball down the wing in A grade
women’s hockey at Glassey Park on Friday.
Waikerie Club had to fight
off a determined Renmark
RC ones to keep its unbeaten
Riverland darts run going last
RC Ones improved on their last
clash with Waikerie and are gain-
ing form wiht only six weeks to
finals. However, Waikerie Club
held on for a 9-6 win.
Impalers beat Loxton Penguins,
Loxton RSL defeated Barmera Odd
Bods, Monash Wanderers over-
came Cobby Kants and Barmera
Rooshooters won by forfeit.
Waikerie Club 9 (E. Walters 140, 137,
132, 100x3; J. Smith 130, 100x3;
D. Parfitt 125x2, 121, 100x11; W.
Schwartzkopff 100x6; D. Watkins 100x4;
S. McKinnon 100x3) d Renmark RC Ones
6 (N. Flack 180, 140x2, 139, 100x5,
97 peg out; R. Tyck 140x3, 135, 100x4;
T. Stoneham 140x3, 125, 100x2; L.
Rasheed 124, 100x6).
Loxton RSL 10 (S. Pankhurst 180, 140x2,
137, 125x2, 121, 100; A. Bourn 140,
121, 100x3; T. Smith 134, 132, 125,
121, 100; A. Hargreaves 125, 100x2; R.
Martin 121, 100x5) d Barmera Odd Bods
5 (M. Seeby 140x3, 138, 125, 100x9; D.
Coombe 140x2, 128, 121, 100x5; T. Vale
140, 100x3; B. Seeby 120).
Monash Wanderers 9 (W. Bonham 180,
140, 100x4; D. Hayes 140x2, 125, 119;
A. Weidenhofer 140, 113, 100x2; D.
Martin 121, 100x3) d Cobby Kants 6 (M.
Strother 160, 139, 100x4; J. Morrison
140, 100x5; N. Roberts 120, 101, 100; B.
Smith 120, 100x6).
The Impalers 9 (no details supplied)
d Loxton Penguins 6 (F. Wenske 105,
100x2; B. Kenefick 100x2; R. Trenwith
128; T. Lehmann 125; C. Strother 110; D.
Barmera Rooshooters 14 d Barmera Hotel
Waikerie Club continues unbeaten darts streak, but only just
PHOTOS: Grant Schwartzkopff
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