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Under 6 Girls: Aasha Gerhardy 100m 36.6,
200m 1:20.7, Long Jump 1.44 (PB); Harper Kendle
100m 25.8 (PB), 200m 59.0, Long Jump 1.85; Lacey
Linke 100m 23.2 (PB), 200m 55.6, Long Jump 2.09
(PB); Mikayla Wagner 100m 48.1, 200m 1:26.2,
Long Jump 1.71; Shayla Hughes 100m 24.7, 200m
49.3 (PB), Long Jump 2.03; Summer Owen 100m
23.4, 200m 49.6 (PB), Long Jump 2.25 (PB); Zoe
Auricht 100m 22.8, 200m 56.8, Long Jump 2.04
Under 6 Boys: Angus Ashmead 100m 29.4,
200m 1:01.2, Long Jump 1.56; Blake Forshaw
100m 28.0, 200m 1:04.3, Long Jump 1.57; Daniel
Robinson 100m 23.6, 200m 48.3 (PB), Long Jump
2.24; Joshua Butler 100m 24.1, 200m 53.6, Long
Jump 2.30 (PB); Joshua Davis 100m 29.0, 200m
1:04.1, Long Jump 1.23; Lachlan Brown 100m 26.3,
200m 52.8, Long Jump 2.29 (PB); Tyler Bradbrook
100m 23.4, 200m 49.0 (PB), Long Jump 2.22 (PB).
Under 7 Girls: Ashlee Stephens 100m 23.5
(PB), 200m 58.4, Shot Put 1.73; Georgia Leggett
100m 23.1, 200m 57.0, Shot Put 1.61; Katie Graue
100m 23.3 (PB), 200m 51.7 (PB), Shot Put 1.29;
Lara Manning 100m 22.2, 200m 49.6, Shot Put
Under 7 Boys: Alec Davis 100m 20.1, 200m
42.7, Shot Put 2.63; Joel Weston 100m 23.5 (PB),
200m 53.1 (PB), Shot Put 2.62; Noah Schulz 100m
18.6 (PB), 200m 41.0, Shot Put 3.47.
Under 8 Girls: Alix Hill 100m 22.6 (PB), 200m
53.5 (PB), Shot Put 3.05 (PB); Kiana Garrett 100m
22.9, 200m 55.5, Shot Put 2.86; Michala Schmidt
100m 29.3, 200m 1:09.9 (PB), Shot Put 2.31; Tilli
Linke 100m 24.5 (PB), 200m 56.6 (PB), Shot Put
Under 8 Boys: Elisha Weston 100m 22.8, 200m
51.5 (PB), Shot Put 3.52 (PB); Giles Button 100m
18.0 (PB), 200m 42.8, Shot Put 2.79; Harrison
Nitschke 100m 22.4, 200m 45.6 (PB), Shot Put
2.99; Jack O'Loughlin 100m 21.3, 200m 47.0, Shot
Put 2.74; Jude Van Der Zande 100m 22.3, 200m
51.4, Shot Put 3.43 (PB); Kaleb White 100m 21.5,
200m 39.6 (PB), Shot Put 3.87; Lachlan Marschall
100m 19.3, 200m 42.9, Shot Put 2.62; Patrick
McBride 100m 22.5, 200m 53.4, Shot Put 3.20;
Reo Gerhardy 100m 23.5, 200m 52.2 (PB), Shot
Put 2.76; William Noschka 100m 20.5, 200m 44.7,
Shot Put Comp.
Under 9 Girls: Abbey Auricht 100m 19.3, 200m
43.3 (PB), Long Jump 2.70 (PB); Imogen Davis
100m 20.8, 200m 44.7 (PB), Long Jump 2.26 (PB);
Piper Kendle 100m 20.4, 200m 40.3, Long Jump
2.68; Zara O'Loughlin 100m 18.8, 200m 41.8, Long
Under 9 Boys: Isaac Weston 100m 26.4, 200m
1:04.9, Long Jump 1.84; James Bevan 100m 24.5,
200m 55.1, Long Jump 2.08; Jordan Bevan 100m
20.3, 200m 45.7, Long Jump 2.52 (PB); Kalan
Hoklas 100m 18.4, 200m 40.9, Long Jump 3.06;
Mitchell McDonald 100m 20.0, 200m 45.1, Long
Barossa Valley Little Athletics Club
Results from December 17
Little Athletics do well in State Relay
On December 14, 28 athletes from Barossa
Valley Little Athletics Club competed in
the 2014 IGA Little Athletics State Relay
Championships at SA Athletics Stadium
The Under 14 boys team of Jayten Davis
and Aiden Schenk won the Gold Medal and
the Under 16 boys team of Jayden Fechner
and Ryan Hoklas also won the Gold medal .
The club also entered four track relay
teams: Under 10 boys, Under 11 boys, Under
12 boys and Under 12 girls. All these teams
races with the Under 11 boys team winning
a Silver medal in the 4 x 200m relay and a
Bronze in 4 x 100 m relay.
Under 14 Boys Field Relay team -
Jayten Davis and Aiden Schenk, Gold
Under 16 Boys Field Relay team
Jayden Fechner and Ryan Hoklas,
Gold Medallists Thumbs.
Under 11 Boys Track team - Ashton
Schenk, Austin McDonald, Finn Reed
and Fynn Manning.
Last Saturday at Tanunda
Pines Golf Club players
competed in a stroke
competition. Overall winner:
Stephen Escritt 72 net.
Grade winners: A-Grade 0-12, Stephen Escritt
72 net; runner-up, Graham Bethune 76 net.
B-Grade 13 - 19, Dallas Lane 72 net; runner-
up, Gary Greenfield 73 net; C-Grade 20-36, Philip
Othams 73 net; runner-up, Dennis Cock 75 net.
Ladies: Jo Rankine 76 net; runner-up, Roz
Newstead 77 net.
Long Drive: A-Grade, Barry Veevers; B-Grade,
Gary Greenfield; C-Grade, Phil Othams; Ladies, Jo
Rankine; Rockford Hole, Steve Maddaford.
NTP: 6th, Colin Coleman; 8th, Janet MacPhail;
11th, Dennis Cock; 16th, Brett Hage; 7th Hole
2nd Shot, John Agar; 13th Hole 2nd Shot, Colin
Run Down: Garth Krueger 74 net, Peter Stacey
76 net, Alex Coutie 76 net.
Mt. Pleasant Golf
On December 27 a stableford competition was
played at Mount Pleasant and District Golf Club.
Winner was A. Kneebone 40, S. Sullivan 40,
R. Hargrave 39, S. Tregenza 38, P. Turvey 38, P.
Boucher 37, T. Mitchell 37, S. McNeil 36, P. Flatman
N.T.P.’s: 2nd, Tom Mitchell; 12th, R. Haaren;
18th, S. McNeil.
Birdies: P. Flatman 4th, A. Kneebone 4th and
18th, N. Wilson 2nd, S. McNeil 18th, P. Turvey 2nd.
The Kapunda Golf Club monthly medal round
last week was played in tough hot and windy
conditions and the 42 players in the field were
more than happy to have teed off before 8 a.m.
Being the monthly medal round, it was almost
a given that Brian Menzel would figure in the top
scores of the day.
Once again he blitzed the field with his personal
best score around the course to finish with a 78/62
and a very comfortable seven shot buffer.
On the odd occasion that Brian wasn’t in the
fairway off the tee he always managed to have a
swing and a line and scrambled very well, starting
with pars on his first four holes.
A great effort and he is certainly improving his
chances in the Paul McCarthy Gold Medal play-
off by winning several monthly medals thereby
reducing the number of opponents in the playoff.
In the A-Grade Tony Holding continued his
purple patch with another fine 77/71 and a one
shot win over Wayne Strangward who also followed
up a fantastic round in the Thursday comp. Jamie
Lindeblad also played to his handicap with 72.
They were followed closely with 73 by the con-
sistent Jarrad Hughes and Mark Mickan who
included a couple of 8’s in his round.
B-Grade came down to a countback with sum-
mer member from Two Wells, Paul Shields, equal-
ling Graham Black’s nett 69.
Despite Graham Black chipping in several
times during the round he was unable to win the
Joe Ryan and a fatigued Mick Hennessey both
finished up with 72’s.
Seems players from other “scrapes” clubs like
the course as Simon Goode from Riverton also had
a 69 and comfortably won the C-Grade from the
Hills, Peter and Ron on 71 and Ross Jones and
Stephen D. Waters on 73.
The weather was obviously a little too severe
for the ladies with all of them too smart to be out
in 42 degrees with a north wind.
It was unusual to see a couple of the A graders
take home the encouragement awards and if the
President and Vice Captain continue with those
sorts of scores it will be only a matter of time until
they are back with the B-Graders.
Lots of omelettes and scrambled eggs around
Willaston this week apparently.
New Year’s Day attracted a pretty healthy
number of 21 players and once again there was
an incredible score at the top of the leaderboard.
Mario Siciliano had an amazing 46 points to
knock off a couple of blokes who were in with a
Les Grafton and Wayne Strangward both ended
up with 42 points apiece and another 3 had 41.
This week Harv Murray is putting up his usual
fantastic trophy when members battle out another
Last Saturday at Barossa
Valley Golf Club 64 players
competed in a stroke event on the Blue Course.
Grade winners: A - Tyron Turnbull 69; B - John
Biggins 66; C - Phil Pavlovich 73.
Ball winners - A -Grade (19 players): 72, Simon
Kurtz; 74, Steve Eygenraam; 74, Ian Baldwin.
B-Grade (22 players): 69, Stephen Miller; 70,
Fred Wheeler; 72, Rick Thiele; 74, Peter Fairbairn.
C-Grade (16 players): 74, Graham Young; 74,
Rodney Wood; 74, Chris Linden.
Ladies’ - day winner: 71, Carol Farley; 72,
N.T.P.’s: 3rd, John Kurtz; 4th second shot, Mark
Bruce; 6th, Peter Baldwin; 10th, Heath Dorre;
12th, Greg Mundy; 17th, Ian Baldwin.
Long drive:A - Tim Cowgill;B - Graham Fechner;C -
Ashley Smith; Ladies - Pamela Johnson.
Putting comp.: Graeme Wellman 24, Pam
Last Thursday at Barossa Valley Golf Club
43 players competed in a stableford event on the
Day winner: 39, Chris Linden. Ladies’ Day
winner: 31, Pam May.
Ball winners - 39, Robbie Zeuner; 38, Dean
Trinne; 38, Peter Twelftree; 38, Graham Burgess;
37, Dan McDonnell; 37, John Harris; 37, Stefan
Siegele; 36, John Kurtz.
N.T.P’s: 6th, John Biggins; 15th, Gil McDonald.
4BBB 44 Points, Peter Twelftree, Gil McDonald.
B.V. Ladies Golf
Last Tuesday at Barossa Valley Golf Club 13
players competed in a stableford event on the
Day winner: 41, Trina Ross.
Ball winners - 37, Carol Farley; 37, Helen
N.T.P’s: 17th 2nd shot, Mitzi Elix. 4BBB 46
points, Maureen MacGillivray, Trina Ross. Birdies
17th, Mitzi Elix.
Jump 3.10 (PB); Remi Van Der Zande 100m 21.4,
200m 46.6, Long Jump 2.96 (PB); Riley McDonald
100m 19.2, 200m 40.6, Long Jump 2.85; Tyler
White 100m 19.7 (PB), 200m 45.0, Long Jump 2.50.
Under 10 Girls: Antigone Schiller 100m 19.8,
200m 41.9 (PB), Discus 10.62; Hannah Quodling
100m 19.1, 200m 42.5, Discus 5.20; Shari Davis
100m 18.3, 200m 36.9 (PB), Discus 11.70.
Under 10 Boys: Austin Schenk 100m 17.6,
200m 37.7, Discus 18.10 (PB); Bradley Butler
100m 18.1, 200m 36.5 (PB), Discus 10.45; Denver
Marschall 100m 16.1, 200m 33.5 (PB), Discus
21.44 (PB); Fynn Manning 100m 15.7, 200m 33.9,
Discus 16.93; Harry Robinson 100m 18.3, 200m
38.5, Discus 9.25; Kobi Schulz 100m 17.3 (PB),
200m 38.1 (PB), Discus 9.45; Sam Noack 100m
16.3 (PB), 200m 38.5 (PB), Discus 20.30 (PB).
Under 11 Girls: Isobella Nitschke 100m 17.8,
800m 3:26.0, Long Jump 3.52.
Under 11 Boys: Ashton Schenk 100m 17.8,
800m 3:22.7, Long Jump 3.61; Austin McDonald
100m 17.0, 800m 2:58.2, Long Jump 3.77 (PB);
Finn Reed 100m 15.3, 800m 3:00.9, Long Jump
Under 12 Girls: Ashlee Griffiths 100m 25.4,
800m 5:53.3 (PB), Shot Put 3.32 (PB); Cassie
Fechner 100m 16.2, 800m 3:26.7, Shot Put 5.57
(PB); Jasmin Bevan 100m 18.0, 800m 4:11.9 (PB),
Shot Put 5.21 (PB); Jocelyn Stephens 100m 15.1,
800m 3:28.9, Shot Put 6.33 (PB); Shania Wagner
100m 17.7, 800m 3:20.7, Shot Put 4.86.
Under 12 Boys: Benjamin Inwood 100m 16.7
(PB), 800m 3:09.3 (PB), Shot Put 4.38 (PB); Jake
Noack 100m 15.8, 800m 3:10.7, Shot Put 7.70
(PB); Shay Linke 100m 17.6, 800m 3:12.6, Shot
Put 5.36; Tate Manning 100m 15.9, 800m 3:17.3,
Shot Put 5.24; Will McBride 100m 18.2, 800m
3:49.3, Shot Put 4.82 (PB).
Under 13 Boys: Aidan Schenk 100m 14.2,
800m 2:43.8, Discus 29.20; James Inwood 100m
15.6, 800m 2:38.3, Discus 15.00.
Under 14 Boys: Jayten Davis 100m 14.1, 800m
3:13.3, Discus 22.31.
Under 15 Boys: Ryan Hoklas 100m 13.1 (PB),
800m 2:17.3, Discus 21.44.
Under 16 Boys: Jayden Fechner 100m 13.1
(PB), 800m 3:01.5, Discus 31.40 (PB).
Under 17 Girls: Regan Lambert 100m 15.4
(PB), 200m 34.2, Discus 28.57.
Tiny Tots Girls: Asha Rowe, Dakota Paloff,
Darcy McBride, Evelyn Burzacott, Jasmine Gyau-
Awuah, Katie McNamara, Kendra Schmidt, Lacey
White, Lexi Schmidt, Lucia Van Der Zande,
Madelyn Schmidt, Milana Button, Priya Rathjen,
Tiny Tots Boys: Caleb Mitchell, Connor
Samain, Elliot Kurtz, Harvey Nattrass, Jacob
Hill, James Hueppauff, Jaynen Garrett, Nathaniel
Weston, Riley Samain, Sam Watson, Thomas
Schild, Thomas Weston, William Ashmead.
Managing director of Angaston’s
Cornerstone Stud, Sam Hayes has been
appointed chairman of the SA Racing
Industry Group (SARIG).
SARIG represents the five industry bodies
within South Australian Racing - the jockeys,
owners, trainers, breeders and bookmakers.
Their charter is to ensure the stakeholder
groups represented by SARIG work
collaboratively to provide input to the
governing and other key industry bodies, to
influence and to ensure the ongoing viability
of the racing and breeding industry within
Hayes to lead
“Our industry has some serious challenges
however there are also some great
opportunities to stop the exodus of racing
industry stakeholders, most of which are
moving interstate,” said Mr Hayes.
“The industry contributes over $400
million to the SA economy and we are blessed
with an ideal environment for rearing top
quality racehorses. The leading trainer,
owner and stud farm for the 2014 VRC
Spring Carnival were all South Australians.”
Sunday’s members’ draws at
Angaston Football Club over the
holidays were lost by Andrew
Staniford, Luc Bramberger, Sue
Wilson, Tracey Miles and Jason
Robinson. Peter Feist won $100.
This week they will be worth $125.
Trainers and junior coaching applications are
now open and close on January 19. Under 17,
Under 9 (x two) and 11 (x two), Under 13 and
Also needed are a Canteen Manager and Bar
First game will be at Freeling on April 11 and
first home game is April 18 against Willaston.
First training session for 2015 will be January
19 at the oval - Under 17’s and any interested
Under 15’s are welcome.
Former players spotted during the festive
season were Shannon Hurn, Dave Thorn, Elliot
Hadden, Paul Johnson, Craig Harvey, Steven
Moulds and Kent Kingsley.
Craig Harvey was asked how many A-Grade
games he had played away from Angaston. He
worked it out as 32 at Hamley Bridge, 17 at
Mannum and 35 at Diggers Rest. Add on Angaston’s
217 and a magical number had slipped past him
in last year’s preliminary final for Diggers Rest.
The new registration process kicked in before
New Year. All players (some parents) from Under
15 upwards, who have provided the club with email
addresses, were emailed the details two weeks
ago. Anyone who didn’t receive the notification
can email the club - firstname.lastname@example.org
At this stage Gage Argent, Matthew Doecke,
Ben Fairey, Jordan Falkenberg, Jayden Fechner,
Warren Hughes, Rhys Jenke, John Roesler, Corbin
Schubert, Brad Sibley, Dylan Sibley and Hayden
Starick have registered.
Anyone who may be wishing to hire the club-
rooms during the football season should book as
soon as possible as the club will be looking at some
events on away games.
The website has had some updating of past as-
sociation players and team of the year nominees
recently. Anyone who can add or subtract to as-
sociation game players list should notify the club.
They are under full page on the site.
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