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THE South Gawler under 17s,
proudly sponsored by Professional
Linemarking, had a convincing win
over last year's premier in the
preliminary final at Kapunda.
It's a great effort and reward to
make the grand final. Good luck to
the young Lions - do your best, have
fun, work hard, enjoy the experience
and represent yourselves and your
club to the best of your ability.
With a large squad there will
inevitably be disappointments and it
is the responsibility of the whole club
and squad to ensure every under 17
is included in the experience as all
members have done their bit during
The Sterling Homes under 15s
weren't quite good enough to win
last Saturday but can be proud of
what they have achieved on
Saturday and this season. They
have maintained the high standards
of the Lions' junior program and with
10 first year players in Saturday's
team there is much promise for next
season and beyond. Well done to all
Yet another era was concluded on
Saturday with the Sterling Homes
under 15s coach Grant O'Reilly
announcing his retirement. Grant,
who is a true club man, has made a
fine contribution to South Gawler
and the community generally over
the best part of 10 years. He
coached at Gawler East Primary
School, was the Lions junior
development officer for three years
and of course under 15s coach for
the past three years winning the
premiership in 2008. He has made
innovative player development a
priority and his rewards will continue
in the years to come as the players
he coached continue their careers
with a solid foundation. Thanks
Grant for your work, integrity and
quiet but efficient contribution - a fine
example of a junior coach.
Last Friday night's under 9, under
11 and under 13 'end of season'
function was a terrific and well
organised event - well done to the
Lions colts committee. The Den was
full to capacity with players, fun and
enthusiasm as everyone enjoyed
themselves - it was great to see. All
players in all teams proudly received
medallions and were presented to
the large and happy crowd. In the
under 13s Adam Connolly and Kyle
Wurst were deserved joint winners
of the 'Aaron Bevis' best and fairest
presented by the great man himself.
Darcy Judd-Smith was runner-up,
Brayden Lehmann was second
runner-up, Ben Washington won the
coaches trophy and captain Fabian
Musolino was the best team man.
Well done - there is some real talent
there and in the whole squad.
Thanks to all trophy donors.
The Den will be open this Saturday
night to celebrate the grand final
which is at Freeling. Barbecue tea
and full bar facilities will be available
at the Den and a fun night is planned
for the football and netball grand
finalists especially -everyone is
invited. No one is permitted to take
their own alcohol to the grand final at
Freeling and cars will be searched.
Lions are encouraged to support the
host clubs as they support us.
The South Gawler under 15 and 17
colts trophy night will start at 6pm for
a 6.30pm start on Friday, September
25. Everyone is warmly invited to
attend what is always a fun and
enjoyable night. Thanks to the colts
committee for their organisation of
these important functions. Senior
trophy night will be October 17 - with
such early advice there should be no
excuses. Tickets are now on sale.
The AGM of the South Gawler
Football Club will be on Friday,
October 30 from 7pm at the Den.
Again this will be the end of an era
with many committee positions
becoming vacant including
president, administrative director,
catering manager and junior football
manager among others. This is the
chance to do something positive and
constructive for our club.
See you at Freeling this Saturday
to support the Professional
Linemarking under17s and of
course our netballers. The mighty
Lions coaches and their players
need the loud, proud and positive
support of our members this
Saturday so do your bit. Don't forget
to support our players and club back
at the Den in the evening - a fun
night is guaranteed.
'Go the Lions' - its great to be
involved in the grand final.
THE supporters of the Tanunda footy
club can be proud of the way that the
reserves fought out the preliminary
final to get to within less than a kick of
their more fancied opponents.
If only a couple of small things had
gone our way in the last quarter we
may have snatched victory but alas it
wasn't to be. After losing Todd Oliver
in the first few seconds of the game
we still stuck with them for most of
third quarter saw Nuri take what
proved to be a match-winning lead.
Gaz Gann played his second great
game in a row, Tim Stewart, Richie
Kruger and Trent Burge worked their
butts off all day.
Well the wait is nearly over. The
most important day in the football
calendar is on this Saturday
September 19 at Freeling Oval. The
Magpies will be there to take on
Angaston in the As and we need an
absolute sea of black and white to
head over to help spur the boys on to
So that you can fully enjoy your day
at the grand final without the worry of
driving, parking, breathos etc the
footy club is running a bus departing
from Tanunda Oval at 10.30am with
the return trip departing Freeling at
around 5pm. Capacity is limited so
give Marg a call on 0437 630 181 or
book at the bar on Thursday night to
secure your $10 return seat.
Head down to the clubrooms on
Saturday after the game. Bar opens
at 5.30pm, barbecue and snag
sizzle. There will be an extra bar
operating so that you don't have to
queue for drinks, heated marquee so
you have a comfortable quiet area to
have a chat about the game. Barking
Ants will be playing and there will be
a free taxi service operating in the
Tanunda area from 11pm onwards to
get you home safely. There will also
be a Sunday recovery session at the
footy clubrooms so pop in for an egg
and bacon sandwich for brunch,
have a 'hair of the dog' with the boys
and relax to the sounds of acoustic
duo Dave and Dave from 2pm
We still have some Light Tower
Shiraz up for grabs. A lot of punters
who only bought one carton were so
impressed they are already asking
how they can get more. Just ring
Andrew on 0401 151 766 for details.
All of the u9 & u11 lads were
rewarded with trophies at the recent
presentation day /family fun day for
their efforts during the year. Each
coach was thrilled with the
development of every player as the
season progressed. Awards for the
u13's & u15's were also presented as
follows. U13 best and fairest - Ethan
Moore, runner up - Blake Lockett,
coaches award - David Trotta, most
determined - Darian Ryles, best
team man - Ricky Liddell, most
improved - Austen Nankivell, most
consistent - Sam Brooks.
U15 - best And fairest - Parker
Neldner, runner up - William Mudge,
coaches award - Karl Grocke, most
determined - Dion Dutschke, best
team man - Parker Neldner, most
improved - James Heidrich, most
consistent - Lachlan Kemp.
The Tanunda Football Club would
like to sincerely thank all of the
coaches, team managers, and all
parents who volunteered to help out
with other tasks such as goal
umpiring, time keeping, etc. A special
mention to outgoing junior president
Craig Moore and secretary David
Hutton for the many years of hard
work that they have put in and
congratulations to the entire junior
committee for a fantastic well run
This year's senior presentation
dinner will definitely be on Friday,
October 16 so keep this date free.
Invites will be sent out shortly but
please note, all members, sponsors
players and supporters are welcome
to attend so if for some reason you
don't receive an invite please give
Chris (0417 890 032) or Andy (0417
890 032) a call.
Last Saturday was the first round of
the Coco-Cola Golf Classic.
A grade gross: Z Thomson 79, R
Minett 80. A grade nett: J Roberts
71, D Ovans 71.
B grade gross: P Barker 87, J Heron
87. B grade nett: C Dradge 70, A
C grade gross: B Clarke 93, R Hall
95. C grade nett: D Sheperdson 69,
R Hall 95.
A grade: M Dunn 80, M Bow 82.
B grade (stableford): M Williamson
34, L Clayson 34.
NTP ladies: 4th L Clayson.
NTP mens: 2nd J Tranganza, 4th M
Lurat, 6th P Roach, 11th J Fowler.
The second round of the Coco-Cola
Golf Classic was played on Sunday.
A grade gross: R Polito 80, S Noack
84. A grade nett: C Thornton 74, C
B grade gross: P Hefferman 88, M
Ngoyen 92. B grade nett: C Campbell
72, D Stephens 77.
C grade gross: S Morey 93, D Terrell
98. C grade nett: J Carthew 76, I
Ladies: S. Francas 74, M Bow 78.
Ladies B Grade: R Jamieson 39, L
NTP: M Bow 4th Hole.
36 hole winners
A grade gross: Z Thomson 159, R/Up
S Johnson 163. A grade nett: J
Roberts 147, R/Up R Kraft 149.
B grade gross: J Heron 179, R
Poghs 183. B grade nett: A Kopania
146, D Williamson 149.
C grade gross: D Sheperdson 187, R
Hall 192. C grade nett: R Sawyer
153, R Malone 156.
Sundays NTP: 2nd M Degregorio;
4th T Clarkson; 6th T Agar; 11th N
The club would like to thank Coca-
Cola and all of the sponsors for the
Golf Club Classic.
Last Thursdays Stableford round
E Jorgenson 40, L Rowley 39, D
Hurley 39, J Thomson 39, G Barber
38, J Williams 37, B Pipe 37, K
Turffrey 37, J Heron 36, B Kite 36, C
Decelis 36, J Fowler 36.
NTP: R Tyson 4th (Elders Real
Estate); 6th P Robinson (Spencer
Flooring); 11th J Williams (Elders).
Gawler Ladies Results
Last Wednesday's Stroke Round was
the Veterans Trophy and Monthly
D1: R Sullivan 74 (Kingsford Hotel),
M Bow 75 (Willaston Hotel).
D2: M Williamson 72 (Kingsford
Hotel), K Barr 75 (Willaston Hotel).
NTP: 4th L Bruce, 6th and 11th G
Potter. Spindle Ball: V Blows. Raffle:
C Burdett. Gobblers: 7th G Potter, 4th
and 17th M Bow. Birdies: 7th R
Sullivan, 7th G Potter, 4th M Bow, 4th
Barossa Paul McCarthy Trophy
Played at Stableford on Saturday.
Total players 94 (men 82, women 12,
Day Winner: Z Fuller 43.
A grade: Winner Z Fuller 43, R/Up T
B grade: Winner T Bartlett 38, R/Up
G Johnson 36.
C grade: Winner G McDonald 40,
R/Up Ian Cartwright 36.
Ball Winners: P Alderson 37, J
Biggins 36, S Kreig 36, D Wisby 36,
J Stephen 35, I Walker 34, R
Flavel34, C Hyde 34, P Palvovich 34,
P Twelftree 33, R May 33, P
McCarthy 33, M Newcombe 33, D
Horne 33, S Miller 33.
Day Winners: T Love 37, P Johnson
36, P Siegele 35.
NTP: 3rd Z Fuller (Henschke Wines);
4th Second Shot G Hunter (Laucke
Mills); 6th B Beattie (Ian Delvin Golf);
12th M Newcombe (Guy Ewing
Chemplus); 15th J Biggins
(Nuriootpa Chicken Shop); 17th S
Miller (Harbord Wines).
Long Drive A grade: Z Fuller
(Regional Transport Training
Long Drive B grade: J Rankine
(Regional Transport Training
Long Drive C grade: J Stephen
(Regional Transport Training
Results from matches played on September 3.
Division One: Willaston Who's Ya Daddy d Smithfield Who's Ya Momma 12-3;
Roseworthy Blue d Smithfield Sunshiners 9-6; Two Wells Tavern d Two Wells
Taverners 9-6; Soccer Club Eagles d Two Wells No Fear.Com 8-7.
Two Wells Tavern
Two Wells Taverners
Soccer Club Eagles
Willaston Who's Ya Daddy
Two Wells No Fear.Com
Smithfield Who's Ya Momma 21 2 19 85
Division Two: No results.
Old Spot Kruisers
Soccer Club Blue
Old Spot Eagles
Finals being on Thursday, September 10.
Division One: First semi-final - Willaston Who's Ya Daddy v Soccer Club Eagles
at the Roseworthy Hotel. Second semi-final - Two Wells Tavern v Two Wells
Taverners at Two Wells Tavern.
Division Two: First semi-final - Soccer Club Blue v Terminus Hotel at Willaston
Hotel. Second semi-final - Smithfield Smithies v Old Spot Kruisers at the
GAWLER AND DISTRICT 8-BALL
SHOWCASING OUR LOCAL HEROES
Ladies Novelty: P May.
Sponsor: Colin Hamper Trophy
Stableford. Total players 45, visitor 1.
Day winner L Williams 39. Ball winners M
Davoren 38; R Staehr 38; G MacGillivray
38; S Eygenraam 37; J Gerhardy 37; C
Buckley 37; D Hallion 36; R Kraft 36; P
Novelty Events: NTP 6th L Williams. 4BBB
P Frazer 46pts. NTP 15th D Hallion, M
JJ's Plants. Outright Winner: Greg Higgins
(41 pts on a countback)
Front 9 winner: M Reynolds 23. Back 9
winner: J Wilson 23.
A grade: I Watson 40; B grade: P O'Reilly
40; C grade: M Reynolds 41.
Long Drives. A grade: B Cummins; B
grade: B Dibb; C grade: M Reynolds.
NTP: 9 and 18: G Tillbrook; 5 and 14: R
Mothau; Second Shot: C Sutherland;
Birdie: M Hennesy, J Kerrigan; Eagle: G
Tillbrook, B Dibb. Day Ball Winners: G
Tillbrook, B Dibb, J Wilson, B Williams, G
Maynard, Br Williams, C Bolt.
A grade: G Tilbrook 37, B Williams 36, J
Ryan 35, A Hayter 33.
B grade: G Maynard 37, B Dibb 37, C Bolt
36, Br Williams 36, B Menzel 35.
C grade: J Wilson 38, J Nordin 36, M
Martin 35, J Higgins 35, T Moritz 33.
Irish Stableford on Wednesday.
A grade: A Thompson 59, R Eliott 59, A
Kneebone 55, N Wilson 55.
B grade: S McNeil 73, D McQueen 63, K
Franklin 61, P Boucher 55.
Stroke competition on Thursday.
Karen Franklin 72, Beth Wright 78, Dean
PAR took place on Saturday.
A grade: J Richards 0, J Zerk, P Guy -1, P
Sando -1, R Bell -4, A Kneebone -4.
NTP: 2nd P Turvey, 4th R Elliott, 12th J
Richards, 14th J Richards, 18th D
Match Play Final Results: T Mitchell def. D
Ladies Midweek Competition:
PAR Tuesday. L Price -2, A Myatt -3, C
Hoey -5. LD: C Hoey. NTP: D Ahrens
Mens Midweek Comp. Wednesday
Stableford. D Hemsley 43, C Othams 41,
P Othams 38, J Blechynden 36.
NTP: R Homburg.
Overall Winner: B Pumfrey 46.
Winners: A grade 0 - 12: P Stacey 40,
Brien 37, R/Up B Hage 35. C Grade 20 -
36: B Pumfrey 46, R/Up T Schmaal 40.
Long Drive: A grade: B Croke (Rockford);
B grade: B Hage (St Hallett); C grade: P
Giersch (Tanunda Pines). NTP: 6th N
O'Brien (Peter Lehmann); 8th P Stacey
(Vine Inn), 11th G Mewett (Langmeil);
16th C Othams (Rusden); 7th Hole sec-
ond shot C Othams (Tanunda Pines).
Run Down: T Jenkins 37, P Fox 37, M
Campbell 33, R Haynes 33, J Sonntag 33,
G Modra 32, M Bahnisch 32, S Haynes
31, D Forrest 31, R Homburg 31, G
Mewett 31, B Bailey 31, B Groke 31.
S Berry 39, A Wandtke 32, K Glass 31.
Barossa Valley Squash Association
Division One - Round 6
Matches played September 8.
Jaguars defeated Pumas (3-10-116 to 1-
Rob Browne d Randy Klemm (1-3-31 to 0-
1-20); Tim Jubb l Graham Ward (0-1-25 to
1-3-36); John Rankine d Kerry Ward (1-3-
28 to 0-1-17); Rose Dadds d James Nagel
(1-3-32 to 0-1-20).
Tigers defeated Lions (4-12-132 to 0-4-
Krys Kulak d Angus Russell (1-3-31 to 0-
1-17); Sam Clarke d Rob Brooks (1-3-34
to 0-1-27); Peter Howe d Matt Harris (1-3-
36 to 0-1-21); Justin Harris d Tim Noack
(1-3-31 to 0-1-19).
Leopards defeated Pumas (4-12-126 to
Mitch Carlson d Alan Birchard (1-3-27 to
0-1-24); David Maher d Greg Hobbs (1-3-
38 to 0-2-25); Colin Beer d Michael
Langan (1-3-34 to 0-1-20); Jono Wenske
d Cobus Gerber (r)l (1-3-27 to 0-0-12).
Division Two - Round 6
Matches played September 10.
Verdelho defeated Merlot (2-7-92 to 2-7-
Greg Mader d Mark Witcomb (1-3-27 to 0-
0-11); Brian Conway l Rowan Lieschke (0-
0-14 to 1-3-27); Darren Altus d Terry
Sloper (1-3-30 to 0-1-16); Jazmin Vincent l
Tracy McInerney (0-1-21 to 1-3-32).
Traminer defeated Cabernet (2-7-90 to
Noel Bauer l Steve O'Loughlin (0-0-12 to
1-3-27); Neville Sloper d Wayne Marschall
(1-3-27 to 0-0-17); Jono Wenske (reserve)
d Carol Bray (1-3-28 to 0-0-15); Chris
Hansford l Damian Molineux (0-1-23 to 1-
Chardonnay defeated Shiraz (3-9-106 to
Roger Harbord l Graham Nitschke
(reserve) (0-0-17 to 1-3-28); Travis
Conway d Peter Gerhardy (1-3-27 to 0-0-
13); Lee Karalis d Trish Cummings (1-3-27
to 0-0-16); Tim Kroehn d Vicki Ireland (1-
3-35 to 0-2-28).
19 10 9 157 128 55.00
19 10 9 132 153 46.00
19 9 10 138 147 48.00
19 7 12 132 154 46.00
19 7 12 120 165 42.00
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