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Barossa & Light
Results from January 6
On Wednesday January 6 Barossa & Light
Darts held a mystery doubles comp at the
Stockwell Hotel. There were eight pairs
nominated, a double life format was played.
First life was between Dieter Schlobohm
/ Ross McConnell; Chuck (John) Norris /
Chrissy Barnett, with Chuck Norris / Chrissy
Barnett winning 2-1.
Second life was between Andy Hearl
/ Brian Marsden; Aaron Ayres / Darren
Rosenzweig, with Aaron Ayres / Darren
Rosenzweig winning 2-1.
Grand Final was between Aaron Ayres /
Darren Rosenzweig; Chuck Norris / Chrissy
Barnett, Chuck Norris / Chrissy Barnett
P.O. 100 & Over: 128 Chuck Norris.
Tonight’s Matches, January 13:
Weintal Jets are home to Weintal Vikings;
Lyndoch Arrows are home to Angas Park
Rebels; Stockwell Roos II are home to
Last Wednesday Bridge Barossa played
the first game for 2016.
First NS, at seven tables, were Hans
Haan and Peter Robinson with 65.2%, then
Elaine Kenny and Sharon Casper 56.3%,
Fran Hannan and Ron Male 50.9%, Sirpa
and Graham Harms 50.3%, Mary Clark and
Ziggy Mentz 48.3%, Joan Lee and Penny
Bosward 42.6%, Marj Ahrens and Rosemary
First EW were David Brooks and Evan
Allanson 57.4%, then Jill Mooney and Kevin
Jones 54.5%, Bay Both and Monique Haan
53.0%, Helen Farrelly and Chris Brady
52.4%, Trish Page and Marg Long 50.9%,
Helen Sandow and Lois Wasley 41.1%, Chris
Stutley and Christine Salem 40.2%.
From January 4
Monday Men Bullets d ALH Allstars 71-48,
Shakers d Backyarders 53-50, Muffin Stuffers
d Hoopless 43-37.
Tuesday Night Men’s Team Rocket d
TZK 61-29, Taipans d Hoops I Did It Again
20-0, Mighty Ducks d Dragonballerz 62-59.
Monday Ladies Div 1 & 2 TOSNC 2 d
Mauve It 32-20 Eagles d Bombers, Somerton
d South Gawler Div 3 Divas d Jokers 26-20,
Mummah Bears d Jelly Butts 15-11, Ballerinas
d Bulldogs 25-23 Div 4 Emerg Birds d Fruit
Tingles 20-10, Skittles d Hot Shots 25-20, The
Blunderbirds d Ninjas.
Wednesday Evening Ladies Mummattes
d Chickadees 34-16, Family Affair d Just Us
31-22, Fruit Loops d Accidents Happens 31-8,
Jaguars d Rusty Bellas 28-19, Wild Turkeys d
Escapees 31-17, Roses & Thorns d T-Birds 20-0,
TOSNC d Pink Diamonds 27-19, Pink Moscato
d Wild Mummas 35-34.
Wednesday Evening Mixed netball
Headlocks d The Rebels 27-15, Vikings d
TV Snacks 25-17, Limited Edition d Budgie
Smuggler 17-10, Don + The Dragon d Majestic
Kapunda Rifle Club members
contested the S Ahrens Trophy,
300 Yards at the opening round
for 2016. Fifteen competitors toughed out the very
hot conditions and although the trophy was con-
ducted at the shortest range, right wind, raised
dust and mirage challenged everyone. No shooter
reached his handicap limit.
Trophy winner was D Lindner (99.75), top off-
rifle in TR, FS and FTR were J Hoerisch, J Taylor
and S Smithson respectively.
Snipers were S Barrie, B Webley and P Dayman.
Results: Target Rifle. (Max 100.20) Hoerisch
J, 46.03, 49.04, 95.07, 4.50, DNR, 13.00. Lindner
D, 46.02, 45.01, 91.03, 8.75, DNR, 17.01. Barrie
S, 44.01, 45.02, 89.03, 7.50, NA, 18.00. Pumpa
D, 41.02, 40.01, 81.03, 7.75, DNR, 17.00. Clarke
D, 42.01, 37.01, 79.02, 4.50, DNR, 15.00. Scobie
J, 30.00, 37.00, 67.00, IS, NA, 12.00. Mullins L,
40.00, Ret, NA.
F Standard (Max 120.20) Taylor J, 56.01, 58.04,
114.05, 4.25, DNR, 20.01. Webley B, 55.02, 54.02,
109.04, IS, NA, 21.00. Larsen P, 55.01, 51.00,
106.01, 7.75, DNR, 17.00. Wuttke S - Visitor, 53.01,
47.01, 100.02, NA, NA, 12.00. Neldner G, 45.01,
51.01, 96.02, 15.00, DNR, 13.00.
FT/R (Max 120.20) Smithson S, 53.01, 52.01,
105.02, 6.25, DNR, 16.00. Dayman P, 44.00, 50.00,
94.00, 10.00, DNR, 16.00. Davies G, 48.00, 40.00,
88.00, IS, NA, 14.00.
Next week: TR event 200 Yards W Koehler Ring
To beat the heat six members of the Gawler
Petanque Club met at 9.30am on January 10
and played the best of three triples games.
Results were John Gejas/John Rex/Glenis
Head d Stan Wilson/David MacKinnon/Ben
Saunders 13-9; and they also won the second
Gawler Petanque Club
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Alastair Vogt has won a trip to Melbourne for the Australian Open through his participation in the Tennis Hot Shots programme with Kapunda Tennis Club.
Kapunda Tennis Club’s Alastair Vogt has
won a VIP trip to the Australian Open.
The eight year old couldn’t believe his
luck after being chosen as one of 12 children
through his involvement in the Tennis Hot
Shot programme at Kapunda Tennis Club.
He will now have the opportunity to
play on the same courts as the world’s best
players, including the Rod Laver Arena, and
watch some of his favourites in action as they
vie for the first Grand Slam title of the year.
“I get to see famous players,”an excited
Alastair told The Leader last week.
Awarded for demonstrating the spirit of
tennis through participation, enthusiasm
and enjoyment of the game, Alastair also
received a Hot Shots equipment pack to help
improve his game.
On the competition entry form, Alastair
wrote that he practiced tennis against the
barn wall in the backyard of his family home.
He was hoping to win some equipment
and his wish came true.
“I won some tennis gear, racquets,
balls, a net and some flags,” explained
Having played tennis for three years,
Alastair said he enjoyed playing with friends
at Kapunda Tennis Club and is “very excited”
to go on the plane to Melbourne for the
“I’ve never been there. I’ve seen it on TV
but never in real life.”
From the twelve competition winners,
one child will be crowned this year’s final
winner and will receive $5,000, one year of
free tennis coaching as well as a visit from
ambassador Alicia Molik to their local tennis
club for a private lesson with three friends.
The winner will be announced on January
21 at an official awards ceremony at
Each December, in Term 4, Kapunda
Tennis Club host Hot Shots, Tennis
Australia’s official development programme,
specifically designed for primary school-aged
Alastair encouraged children to join
in the programme that attracts 180,000
participants across the country.
“It’s good fun... I enjoy it,” he said.
Alastair’s off to the Australian Open
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