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Saturday Pennant Selections
Div. 1: Nuriootpa v Angaston at Angaston
C. Baker, P. Fechner, B. Smith, A. Schultz
A. Wilkinson, R. Randall, S. Heinze, S. Allen
R. Chapman, T. Billing, G. Langley, A. Forbes
P. Gould, W. Williams, R. Grope, A. Thomas.
Cars Leave: 12.30 p.m.
Drivers: Seconds. Manager: W. Williams.
Div. 2: Nuri. Gold v Nuri Black at Nuriootpa
M. Simpkin, N. Hein, N. Fyfe, P. Buckley
A. Booth, C. Isbel, D. Quodling, R. Mattschoss
R. Garrett, I. Klaebe, H. Roberts, S. Hyland
Red Stickers, Team Manager: S. Hyland.
Div. 2: Nuri Black v Nuri Gold at Nuriootpa
T. Gerlach, K. Harrison, B. Kernich, T. Elix
M. Upton, P. Eichner, D. Marner, D. Baker
Bullock, S. Kurtz, R. Warnest, P. Collyer
Duty Rink: P. Collyer. Umpire: R. Warnest.
Team Manager: M. Upton.
Div. 3: Nuri. Green v Tanunda Black at Nuri
N. Nolan, P. Flynn, M. Sims, A. Fyfe
G. McCormick, R. Leske, M. Nolan, M. Medlow
L. Buckley, C. La Nauze, M. Fuller, A. Masters
Duty Rink: A. Fyfe. Umpire: A. Fyfe. Team
Manager: A. Fyfe.
Div. 3: Nuri Gold v Eudunda White at Eudunda
Div. 3: Nuri Black v Freeling at Nuriootpa
D. Allen, R. Masters, R. Blaser, M. Buckley
V. Wilkinson, J. Reusch, C. Reuter, K. Semmler
C. Forbes, M. Graetz, L. Hahn, J. Krause
Duty Rink: M. Buckley.
Team Manager: R. Blaser.
If unavailable contact Team Manager.
Saturday Bar Duties: M. Upton, B. Kernich.
Midweek AM Pennant Selections
Nuriootpa v Eudunda at Nuriootpa
M. Buckley, U. Boettger, P. Eichner, D. Baker
V. Wilkinson, H. Sandow, M. Nolan, H. Roberts
D. Allen, L. Hahn, C. Isbel, N. Fyfe
Reserves: J. Krause, R. Blaser.
Midweek PM Pennant Selections
Nuriootpa Black v Freeling at Freeling
G. McCormick, B. Kernich, R. Chapman
C. Forbes, P. Buckley, R. Mattschoss
C. Hughes, D. Quodling, G. Langley
Cars Leave: 12.30 p.m.
Drivers: Seconds. Manager: D. Quodling.
Nuriootpa Gold v Eudunda White at Eudunda
R. Warnest, N. Hein, R. Randall
A. Masters, S. Heinze, T. Gerlach
K. Platt, K. Bullock, J. Bell.
Cars leave: 12.15 p.m. Drivers: Leaders.
Team Manager: R. Warnest.
Nuriootpa Blue v Tanunda Black at Tanunda
M. Medlow, K. Harrison, A. Wilkinson
J. Cornelius, C. Baker, D. Marner
C. La Nauze, M. Sims, W. Williams
Cars leave: 12.45 p.m. Drivers: Skippers.
Team Manager: D. Marner.
Nuriootpa Green BYE
If unavailable contact Team Manager.
Saturday Pennant Selections
Div. 1: Lyndoch v Eudunda at Lyndoch
T. Teague, K. Gavin, B Howell, D. Green
S. Drummond, C. Mahoney, T. Scholes, J. Scholes
D. Traeger, D. Boswell, I. Greenshields, M. Cotton
D. O'Leary, D. Morris, R. Idel, G. Ayres
Duty Rink: M. Cotton. Bar Rink: G. Ayres.
Div. 2: Lyndoch v Tanunda at Tanunda
G. Elsworth, J. Turner, B. Fuller, T. Noble
R. Heidrich, J. Elsworth, L. Fuller, J. Allwood
J. Pratt, R. Vanstone, R. Tainsh, D. Turvey
Depart: 12 noon.
Div. 3: Lyndoch v Kapunda at Kapunda
P. Robinson, TBA, B. Wilson, A. Turvey
B. Chopping, J. Emerson, K. Burton, J. Sharratt
W. Sanders, B. Koch, D. Jones, D. Hausler
Depart: 12 noon.
Midweek A.M. Pennant Selections
Midweek P.M. Pennant Selections
Lyndoch Gold v Angaston Blue at Lyndoch
I. Turner, G. Ayres, R. Idel
D. Hausler, C. Mahoney, K. Boyle
R. Vanstone, D. Traeger, J. Scholes
Duty Rink: K. Boyle.
Lyndoch Blue v Angaston White at Angaston
A. Turvey, B. Fuller, T. Noble
B. Chopping, J. Sharratt, B. Howell
D. Lindner, J. Pratt, M. Cotton
Depart: 12.30 p.m.
If unavailable for Saturday pennants
contact Chairperson of Selectors - D. Green
8523 3062 or 0400 044 339; Midweek PM Gold,
J. Grantham 0404 766 625 - Blue, M. Campbell
8524 4884 or 0421 209 014 and Midweek AM
Pennants, R. Humber 8520 3221.
Angaston Panther Patter
The 2017 programme
is out with Angaston
Football Club’s first game at
Nuriootpa on Anzac Day.
The first home game is the
following Saturday against
Gawler Central with the
players’ auction that night.
The last game of season is against South Gawler
at South before participating in the finals.
Sunday’s Christmas/New Year draws were lost
by Pat Hatch, Steve Falland, Aaron Blatchford
and Helen Hearnden.
This Sundayís draws will be worth $125 at 12
noon and 1 p.m. if not won at 12 noon.
The club’s opening hours during cricket season
are Thursdays from around 7 p.m.; Saturdays 4
p.m. to 10 p.m. and Sundays 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. The
Club is not open on January 14 due to private
Angaston trainer, Tony McEvoy had the per-
fect Christmas even present when Northern
Lass won at Gawler on December 24.
The win also gave Queensland apprentice,
Sairyn Fawke a win at his first ride in South
Fawke, 26, has had his indentures transferred
to trainer, Tony McEvoy.
Riding the well backed $2.30 favourite,
Northern Lass, Fawke had 1-3/4 lengths to
clear at the finish of the Goldin Farms Handicap
Second was Nipperkin ($12) with Miss
Identified ($5.50) a long neck away, third.
Paul Gatt, rider of Nipperkin lodged a protest,
alleging interference on the home turn when
Northern Lass drifted wide but the objection
Assistant trainer, Calvin McEvoy said
Northern Lass was a talented filly which could
build on the win.
“We are tentatively looking to send her across
to Hobart for a Guineas race for three-year-old
fillies,” McEvoy said.
Aljawzaa, a $300,000 yearling purchase, made
a winning debut in the Sanders’ Fodder Two-
Year-Old (1100m) for former Angaston trainer,
Hayes, his son Ben and Tom Dabernig who
train the filly, came late to score a short head
win from It’s A Myth ($6) with Split Lip ($2.60
equal favourite), 1-3/4 lengths away third.
Aljawzaa was heavily backed from the time
markets opened on Thursday, firming from as
much as $4 into $2.20 before easing to start a
$2.60 equal favourite with strong late support
for the third placegetter .
Stable foreman, Bill Papazaharoudakis said
he the filly had trialled well in Victoria and
jockey Jake Duffy, who rode her in the trial,
came to Gawler to stay associated.
After settling back on the inside, Duffy came
through in the home straight but found It’s A
Myth a worthy rival and only managed to put
her head in front right on the line.
“She is still learning about racing but the sta-
ble has a good opinion of her,” Papazaharoudakis
The training combination completed a win-
ning double when Bewildering scored an im-
pressive victory in the Family Fun Day with
the January 4 Maiden (1200m).
The victory also brought up a winning double
for jockey Jake Duffy.
A well backed $3.90 chance, Bewildering came
with a strong run to score a 1-1/4 length win
from Miss Cuoco ($5) with Danish Gold Digger
($10), one length away third.
A daughter of Hussonet, Bewildering was
unplaced at her only run earlier this year but
hit the line in the style of a smart horse.
She looks certain to appreciate more ground.
By Graham Fischer
Greg Matthews and Jon Moss will play in
the Barossa Valley as part of the Australian
Cricketers’ Association (ACA) Masters tour
to the region from February 9-11.
They join Mark Cosgrove, Dan Cullen
and Wayne Phillips in the squad, which
will take on a local representative XI in a
Twenty20 game on February 10 at Angas
Recreation Park, Angaston.
ACA Masters squad so far: Mark Cosgrove
Australia, SA, TAS & Sydney Thunder;
First-class matches, 181; International
matches, 3. Dan Cullen, Australia & South
Australia, 46, 6. Greg Matthews, Australia
& New South Wales, 190, 92. Jon Moss,
Victoria, 83, 0. Wayne Phillips, Australia
& South Australia, 114, 75.
Greg Matthews is one of the great
characters of the game and one of Australia’s
greatest-ever off spinners.
Also dangerous with the bat in hand,
Mo averaged an impressive 41.08 at Test
level, claimed 118 wickets for his country
and is the ACA Masters’ leading all-time
A handy all-rounder, Jon Moss made the
move from Sydney to Melbourne Premier
Cricket in an attempt to play State cricket,
making his debut as a Bushranger during
the 2000/2001 season.
He spent six years in the first-class
system, representing Victoria and
Derbyshire in the County Championship,
collecting seven centuries and 131 wickets
along the way.
The tour will also include in2CRICKET
coaching clinics, community visits from
the players and a sportsman’s function the
night before the T20.
The Masters programme has been
developed by the ACA, the official
representative body of past and present
It has been primarily funded by the
current first-class and Australian players
as part of their commitment to developing
the game in regional Australia and engaging
with local communities.
Greg Matthews and Jon Moss join
ACA Masters Tour of The Barossa
Tennis Australia have just advised Nuriootpa
Tennis Club that they have been successful in
securing a top 20 Men’s Australian Open 2017
main draw player to represent Nuriootpa during
the first Grand Slam of 2017.
The club was allocated the 16th Men’s seed,
Grigor is a former junior world number one,
and current world number 17.
He recently won the Brisbane International
This will be promoted during the tournament
and will be a boost for Nuriootpa and the tennis
Nuriootpa Tennis Club are planning some
events around the times Grigor will be playing
and will let the town know when his games are
Tennis Australia will be keeping an eye out for
the best supporting towns and clubs.
Nuriootpa Tennis Club will try and schedule
a barbecue at the Nuriootpa courts at the time
of Grigor’s games and watch the match on the
television in the club rooms.
Grigor Dimitrov to represent Nuriootpa Tennis Club.
Nuriootpa Tennis Club
represented by top player
BL&G Football settling down
By Rick Drewer
Despite having not realised their dream of win-
ning the BL & G A grade premiership in their
150th birthday celebration in 2016, the Kapunda
Bombers will enter this year’s competition with a
great deal of confidence.
The departure of Nathan Smith and Robbie
Jones is counter-balanced by the return of speed-
ster, local boy, Joey Brown, from Central Disticts,
in the SANFL.
While at Central he gained SANFL State selec-
tion at both the Under 16 and Under 18 levels.
Further good news for the Bombers is that
“Team of the Year” player, Adam Jolly, has resigned
for a second year, as has Wade Champion.
Paul Anderson will suit-up for his fifth year
and Dan Johncock will go around again.
Both Brown and Johncock have been partici-
pating in the Adelaide Crows pre-season training
The Tanunda Magpies have signed up South
Adelaide SANFL league footballer, Josh Trembath.
Being a strong-marking key forward, he repre-
sents a ready made replacement for the Pies’ lead-
ing goal-kicker, Ben Gordon, who will be absent
next year due to travelling overseas.
Trembath played 38 league games for Glenelg
before transferring to South Adelaide and playing
just 3 league games, together with 15 Reserves
games in the 2016 season.
After a 5 year absence, coaching the Mintaro-
Manoora Eagles, Shawn Gibson is returning to the
Nuri Tigers and it is believed that he is eyeing off
the back pocket spot.
His great experience, both on and off the field,
will be of great assistance to coach Henry Slattery,
in getting the ball rolling again for Nuri.
Having signed gun recruits, former Gepps Cross
A grade captain, Brodie Hudson and Woodville
West Torrens’ Jackson Press, the experiment of
appointing former SANFL Central District and
North Adelaide player, Chad O’Sullivan as it’s
playing coach will be closely followed throughout
While once the “in thing”, to have a playing
coach, the position has fallen out of favour in recent
times, particularly as the style in which football
is played these days, is so dramatically different
to the past. Time will tell.
South Gawler should be one of the big improv-
ers in 2017.
The decision by the BL & G Football League
to conduct the 2017 first and second semi-finals
as a Saturday/Sunday games fixture should, in
theory, make it just that little bit more difficult
for the winner of the first semi-final to progress
through the preliminary final.
Not only will they no longer have a week’s rest,
but will indeed have one less recovery day than
their opponent in the preliminary final, the loser
of the second semi-final.
Barossa & Light Darts
After Round 11
Results from January 4.
Gungellan Vikings 14 d Angas
Park Cobras 3. Stockwell Roos 9 d
Brauhaus Bulls 8. Lyndoch Eagles 9 d Clare Castle
180’s - 171 Dieter Schlobohm (Bulls).
Pegouts 100 & Over: 120 Ryan Gerhardy
(Bulls), 120 Dieter Schlobohm (Bulls)
9 Pegouts: Ryan Gerhardy (Bulls).
Best Winning Leg: 15/19 darts, Ryan
Brauhaus Bulls ....11 9 111 68 18 62.01
Lyndoch Eagles ....11 9 111 68 18 62.01
Stockwell Roos......11 5 82 105 10 43.85
Gungellan Vikings .10 4 77 85 8 47.53
C/Castle Carvers .....10 4 75 87 8 46.30
Angas Park Cobras..11 1 71 116 2 37.97
January 11 Matches
Clare Castle Carvers are home to Brauhaus
Bulls; Stockwell Roos are home to Gungellan
Vikings; Angas Park Cobras are home to Lyndoch
Mystery Doubles was held at the Lyndoch
Bowling Club on December 21 with seven pairs
a double life format played.
First life was between John Norris and Brian
Marsden against Steve Clifton and Melina
Kieboom with John Norris and Brian Marsden
Second life was between Dieter Schlobohm
and Darren Rosenzwieg against Steve Clifton
and Melina Kieboom with Dieter Schlobohm and
Darren Rosezwieg the winners.
The Grand Final was Dieter Schlobohm and
Darren Rosenzeig against John Norris and Brian
Marsden with Dieter Schlobohm and Darren
Rosenzweig the winners.
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