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GOALS — Nuriootpa: Jack Juniper 4, Jason
Rodda, Mark Rumbelow, Alex Edwards, Jay
Nash, Ryan Foulis 2, Dylan Ribbons, Ryan Byrne,
Henry Slattery, Jackson Jaensch, Ryan Salter.
Tanunda: Jed Martinson 2, Scott Wendelborn,
Craig Underwood, Ryan Bignell, Brayden Dalby,
BEST — Nuriootpa: Jack Juniper, Dylan
Ribbons, Jay Nash, Sam Haniford, William Byrum,
Henry Slattery. Tanunda: Tom Schiller, Leigh
Westhoff, Ethan Moore, Ryan Bignell, Justin Ward,
9-5 12-6 19-10
Tanunda v. Nuriootpa
at O’B Park, Tanunda
3-2 4-2 7-3 9-7 61
2-0 5-3 7-5 8-7 55
GOALS — Nuriootpa: Adam Lange 3, Samuel
Schmaal 2, Travis Jungfer, Luke Cook, Adam
Fiegert, Leon Sich. Tanunda: Dylan Abinett,
Daniel Bergen 2, Samson Marks, Daniel Ellis,
James Heidrich, Kiel Falkenberg.
BEST — Nuriootpa: Chris Hoffmann, Lewis
Heinrich, Luke Bevan, Thomas Watson, Adam
Lange, Rhys Schultz. Tanunda: Jayden Hage,
Gareth Gann, Samson Marks, James Heidrich,
Lachlan Kemp, Joseph Thompson.
7-9 10-14 12-15 87
3-0 4-0 7-0 8-3 51
GOALS — Nuriootpa: Scott Higgs 3, Aaron
Laverty, Shane Dearlove 2, Harvey Crawford,
Cooper Dahms, William Hayes, Rhyley Haynes,
Nicholas Mathews. Tanunda: Nicholas Burton
5, Ben Biagi, Liam Ide, Jack May.
BEST — Nuriootpa: Cooper Dahms, Aaron
Laverty, Nicholas Mathews, Simon Furnell,
William Hayes, Hayden Jaunay. Tanunda:
Nicholas Burton, Ben Biagi, Liam Ide, Jack May,
Brayden Dalby, James Madden.
5-3 6-4 8-5 53
3-1 4-2 7-5 7-10 52
GOALS — Nuriootpa: Sam Falland 4, Mitchell
Norton 2, Isaac Feltus, Colby Noack. Tanunda:
Joshua Pape 4, Ryan Hoklas 2, Jayden Birchard.
BEST — Nuriootpa: Kyle Westlake, Sam
Falland, Rhys Cannizzaro, Jack Mader, Steven
Brown, Arran Materne. Tanunda: Joshua Pape,
Jez McLennan, Patrick Mudge, Quinn Gladigau,
GOALS — Willaston: Scott White 5, Sam Walton
3, Michael Hollis 2, Jason Collins, Brandon
Rendell, Jarrod Day, Joel Campbell, David Allocca,
James Jones, Tyson Irlam. Barossa District:
Jaydn Goodfellow, William Roberts 3, Ben Bussell,
Darren Sharp 2, Adam Elix-Berndt, Dolton Curtis.
BEST — Willaston: David Allocca, Jason Collins,
Joel Campbell, Brandon Rendell, Scott White,
Ashley Fry. Barossa District: Jaydn Goodfellow,
James Stanbury, Darren Sharp, Ben Bussell,
William Roberts, Adam Elix-Berndt.
7-1 11-3 14-5 17-8
6-7 10-8 12-12
Barossa District 2-4 4-7 8-1 10-10 70
2-1 4-3 7-4 10-5 65
GOALS — Barossa District: Ryan Hales 3,
Riley Allington, Matthew Brooke 2, Daniel Kickel,
Matthew Harris, William Aylett. Willaston: Josh
Carter 3, Hayden Moss 2, Jarryd Cole, Daniel
Brooks, Jesse Guidera, Richard Rosewall, Todd
BEST — Barossa District: William Aylett,
Matthew Brooke, Jeff Woods, Damon Miller, Alex
Arthur, Daniel Kickel. Willaston: Corey Moore,
Phillip Wharton, Ryan Boswell, Loclahne Elliott,
Thomas Bornholdt, Brandon Nottle.
Barossa District 5-5 8-6 13-9 18-12 120
1-1 2-4 2-4 8-6 54
GOALS — Barossa District: Ryan Hage 5, Jack
Schuurmans 4, Brad Ratcliff 3, Jack Brown 2,
Mackenzie Dalliston, Shaun Hunt, Brett Dowse,
Tyson Wilkin. Willaston: Lachlan Downing 3,
Aidynn Webb 2, Hayden Schugmann, Daniel
Wormald, Leighton Mells.
BEST — Barossa District: Jack Schuurmans,
Brett Dowse, Owen Watson, Brad Ratcliff,
Mackenzie Dalliston, Brad Schiller. Willaston:
Tyson Harris, Jackson Phillips, Lee Sutton, Daniel
Wormald, Lachlan Downing, Jayden Walsh.
Barossa District 2-1 6-1 10-4 16-6 102
0-0 0-2 0-2 0-4
GOALS — Barossa District: Tyson Liebelt 10,
Brodie Combe 2, Jackson Grovermann, Ethan
Gant, Jesse Allman, Dougal Grieve.
BEST — Barossa District: Tyson Liebelt, Andrew
Casboult, James Mattiske, Dougal Grieve, Will
Cameron, Ethan Morrow. Willaston: Matthew
Hemmerling, Aidan Ponton, James Goddard, Zac
East, Ethan East, Jake Saunderson.
Round 9 played June 13 - Barossa, Light & Gawler Football Association
Barossa District v. Willaston
at Queen Vic. Jubilee Park, Williamstown
NURIOOTPA 19-10 (124)
TANUNDA 7-10 (52)
The Nuriootpa Tigers gave their traditional
rivals and near neighbours, Tanunda a football
lesson on Saturday at Tanunda.
David Trotta was welcomed back by Tanunda
but they lost Nick Schmidt which didn’t help
The Tigers had the elusive Alex Edwards,
Jackson Jaensch and Zac Dahms coming in but
lost Tim Dimasi, Arlon Hall and Aaron Laverty.
Apart from an even first quarter and to a lesser
extent, first half, it was all Nuriootpa after half
time when they kicked 10-5 to Tanunda’s 2-6 in
what was sometimes a very physical game.
Jack Juniper with four goals was best player
along with Dylan Ribbons and Jay Nash.
For Tanunda it was few and far between with
Tom Schiller, Leigh Westhoff, Ethan Moore and
Ryan Bignell being the best in a game which did
not help their finals trek.
This week Nuriootpa host Barossa District
in what should be another win on their Ladies’
Day and Tanunda have the bye before fronting
up against the Bulldogs at Tanunda.
GAWLER CENTRAL 17-14 (116)
FREELING 9-14 (68)
The Gawler Tigers came from behind at half
time to run out easy winners by 48 points, 17-14
to 9-14 at Gawler Oval on Saturday.
Gawler Central welcomed back Kirk Heberle
and Steven Gladigau while losing Tom Dunne
and Glenn Meulendyks.
Freeling had Hayden Robinson, Kris Barry and
Daniel Horsnell back in and out were Anthony
Graham, Lachlan Heinrich and Peter Dempsey
The first half was all Freeling as they led by
two goals at quarter time and 2-3 at half time.
Tigers claw back
deficit to win easily
But after half time the Tigers cranked up to
kick 8-3 and 4-4 to Freeling’s 0-3 and 2-1.
Brad Mercer was again the standout with four
goals and Joel Vaneveld also kicked four for the
Craig Jamar controlled the rucks for Gawler
Central and Jason Blakemore and Joel Latimer
were also serviceable for Gawler Central.
This week Gawler Central host the Willaston
Donnybrooks under lights. All football matches
will start three hours later than normal with the
A-Grade at 5.20 p.m. and the weather forecast
looks reasonably good for a big crowd.
Freeling travel to a red hot Angaston and may
not find it as easy as they did in round one when
they won by 43 points.
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Tristan Kerr, Kapunda takes a mark in front of Daniel Williamson, Angaston.
Alex Reincke, Angaston kicks a goal.
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