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Renmark 17 d Loxton 0.
BEST: Renmark - C. Miller, H.
Sahota. Loxton - A . Bowker, A.
GOALS: Renmark - C . Miller
8, H. Sahota 5, S. Crouch, Z.
Gallo, K. Kokkeguchi, own
Barmera 6 d Berri 2.
BEST: Barmera - B . Coulson,
R. Mitchell. Berri - D . Gregoric,
GOALS: Barmera - A . Ielasi 3,
B. Coulson 2, J. Fournaros.
Berri - D. Eleftheriadis, V.
Renmark 4 d Loxton 0.
BEST: Renmark - E . Sen, S.
Kahlon. Loxton - G. Pumpa, A.
Wilson C. Hammerstein.
GOALS: Renmark - E . Sen, A.
Barmera 1 drew with Berri 1.
BEST: Barmera - B. Rayner, K.
Stavrou. Berri - B. Caddy, R.
GOALS: Barmera - P. Pipinis.
Berri - A . Corman.
Renmark 3 d Berri 0 (forfeit).
Barmera 10 d Berri 0.
BEST: Barmera - R . Haigh, D.
Kanakaris. Berri - A . Erceg, R.
GOALS: Barmera - D .
Kanakaris, R. Mitchell 3, G.
Fournaros 2, R. Haigh, own
Renmark 6 d Loxton 2.
BEST: Renmark - A . Coombs,
N. Koumbarakos. Loxton - H.
Carney, T. Eagle.
GOALS: Renmark - V. Vu, J.
Stoeckel, L. O’Brien 2. Loxton -
L. Psarakis, Z. Miller.
Berri (2) 3 d Berri (1) 2.
BEST: Berri (2) - E . Day, P.
Hronopoulos. Berri (1) - M .
GOALS: Berri (2) - J.
Heuzenroeder 3. Berri (1) - D .
Greer, J. Kovacic.
Loxton 4 d Renmark (2) 0.
BEST: details not supplied.
GOALS: Loxton - A . Kershaw 4.
Renmark (1) 3 d Barmera 1.
BEST: Renmark (1) - M.
Kroemer, L. O’Brien. Barmera -
G. Centofanti, J. Whitbourne.
GOALS: Renmark (1) - A .
Prokopec 2, L. O’Brien.
Barmera - J . Whitbourne.
Renmark (2) 3 d Barmera
BEST: Renmark (2) - A .
Herradon-Vuletta, J. Sweetman,
L. Siviour. Barmera (2) - A .
Kariuki, R. Bryce, C. Marks.
GOALS: Renmark (2) - A .
Herradon-Vuletta, K. Kahlon,
own goal. Barmera (2) - D.
Barmera (1) 5 d Berri (1) 1.
BEST: Barmera (1) - K. Beams,
M. Rayner. Berri - F. Vallelonga,
GOALS: Barmera (1) - M .
Rayner, T. Whitbourne 2, D.
Troy. Berri (1) - C. Ebert.
Loxton 5 d Berri (2) 3.
BEST: Loxton - details not sup-
plied. Berri (2) - D. Corman, O.
GOALS: Loxton - A . Kershaw
3, R. Kennedy 2. Berri (2) - D.
Corman 2, C. Erceg.
to 17-0 victory
RENMARK Olympic continued
its charge towards the title with a
17-0 victory over Loxton United in
round nine of the Riverland Soccer
Association men’s A grade season on
Olympic’s dynamic attacking duo of
Chris Miller and Hari Sahota were at
their dangerous best, scoring eight and
five goals respectively for the match.
Antony Bowker and Aaron Van
Pamelen were named best for Loxton.
Renmark coach Nick Sotiroulis said
he was pleased to see an improved
effort from his players.
“It was a good performance by our
boys today compared to last week’s
game where everyone was wanting
shots from 30 or 40 metres out,” he
“Today was a very disciplined per-
formance by the boys.”
Loxton coach Geordie Franks said
his side made life tougher for itself than
it needed to be.
“It was a long day for the boys and
they tried really hard, but we just didn’t
execute our game plan like we wanted
to,” he said.
“We just needed to control the ball a
bit better, work on those little triangles
and easy passes to make it our own
game and not chase their tails all day.”
Barmera United kept its title hopes
alive with a hard-fought 6-2 win
over Berri River Rangers on Sunday.
Anthony Ielasi and Billy Coulson
were the standouts for United with
three and two goals respectively.
David Gregoric and Jagdeep Singh
were named best for River Rangers in
their gallant defeat.
Barmera coach Con Tsorotiotis said
he was glad his players came away with
the points after a “shaky” performance.
“Credit to Berri, they played nice-
ly... and took their opportunities from
their fast breaks,” he said.
“I think our guys were backing off
for next week (against Renmark), and
they didn’t want to get any injuries or
In the open women’s competition
Renmark registered a 4-0 win over
Angela Pavlomanolakos and Elif
Sen both scored doubles for Renmark,
while Gretel Pumpa and Abbey Wilson
were named best for Loxton.
Renmark coach Tarquin Frahn said
it was his team’s ability to execute in
attack that was the difference in the
“It was a fairly close game in the first
half and was fairly even in the midfield,
but we had a good, solid defence that
Loxton had trouble getting through,”
“We were just better at finishing off
with the ball up front.”
Loxton coach Mark Kershaw said he
thought the score line failed to give a
true reflection of the game.
“I think the game was fairly even but
goals win games...” he said.
“It got a bit messy in the second half,
but all of our girls did really well.”
The other open women’s match saw
a 1-1 draw between Barmera and
Pamela Pipinis and Alannah Corman
scored the goals for Barmera and Berri
Barmera coach Mark Stavrou said it
was a see-sawing contest.
“Berri got off to a great start and
were rewarded with a goal after 15
minutes and then we tightened up our
defence and the game was very even,”
“The skills and effort were of a high
standard and the final score was a fit-
Berri coach Peter Pipinis said he was
proud of his team’s effort.
“It was a great defensive, disciplined
effort moving the ball forward at all
cost through team work,” he said.
“There were no reserves on the
bench which we are used to, so the girls
played a great game.”
Chris Miller put
in a dominant
team’s A grade
win over Loxton.
Renmark’s Elif Sen played a pivotal role in her team’s open women’s victory over Loxton.
Coulson was a
standout in his
team’s A grade
over Berri on
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