Home' Barossa Herald : October 14th 2009 Contents MIDWEEK men had a bye. They will be
hosting Freeling this week.
Division One travelled to Tanunda, to play
on the challenging synthetic surface.
Down 32 shots overall with only one rink
up. Ron Turnbull's rink with Roger Gill,
Andre Reinders and Tr e v Leslie were
eight shot winners, which included 14
winning ends. Well done boys. Good skip-
pering by Ian Otterspoor had his rink well
placed early, then a mid-game tussle kept
all players on edge before Tanunda's
Peter Rost getting his team home by four
shots. Phil Voumard's rink were complete-
ly outplayed on the first nine ends being
down 25-3, but kept their nerve and won
eight of the last 16 ends, including a
seven and finally down by 21 shots. Peter
Maitland's rink were up against a confi-
dent Charlie Mahoney's team and were
never in the game, and although winning
one end couldn't get big points when
Division Tw o had a day of mixed fortunes
when they travelled to Nuriootpa to play
Nuriootpa Gold. All rinks struggled early
with the fast pace of the greens. The rink
of Wayne Reardon, Warren Beavan,
Christine Doecke and Pat Ferns were
very slow away against Graham Pfitzner's
boys, not scoring until the fifth end, but
from there on were able to match their
opponents being only three shots down
with only two ends to go, scoring fours in
each of the last two ends to finish 26-21.
Ron Roger's rink had an evenly-matched
game against Peter Rosenberg's boys
and it was only in the last end they went
down by one shot, final score 21-22.
John Schole's rink were slow a w ay, but
managed to hit the lead after 11 ends.
However it was all downhill from there
ending with the final score of 21-33
against Ke n Wall's team.
Division Three Black were hosts to
Angaston, with only one rink unchanged.
John Baldwin's boys got away well, but
allowed the opposition to even the score
by the tea break. The remaining ends
were keenly fought with S Schmeld's rink
gaining the three-shot victory 15-18. Don
Frank's rink had a hiccup when one play-
er did not arrive, but sorted themselves
out, and battled away well to be in front
at the break, then even at the 23rd end
going down by eight shots to A Harvey's
rink, 20-28 before adjusting the final
score. Great try team. Meanwhile S
Frank's rink tried hard, but were behind
all d ay, going down 21-36 shots to W
Kapunda Red hosted Tanunda in their
first match of the season, having the bye
the previous week. Brian Goodfellow,
Kevin Dooley, Roy Mattschoss, and Peter
Windebank were able to take two shots in
the last end to take a one-shot win from
D Martin's rink 22-21. While Te d Leslie's
rink were not so lucky going down to C
Graetz's rink by two shots not scoring in
the last three ends with final score 20-22.
Another close game saw Peter Sando's
boys even on the 22nd end only to go
down to D Goodwin's rink by four shots
Men's internal tournaments sheet and the
entry for m are currently being distributed
by Fred Hier. Please return completed
entry for m to organisers - Geoff Redden,
Andre Reinders and Fred Hier.
Entries close on Sunday, October 25.
Wohlers men's player of the week was
awarded to Ian Otterspoor.
The ladies travelled to Eudunda where
both sides had to contend with very cool
conditions resulting in an overall win for
Kapunda, and two rinks up. Helen
Sexton, Maureene Knight, Kaye Deacon,
and Pat Dobbin were two shots down at
the lunch break, and then were able to
keep Margaret Nietschke's rink scoreless
for the remainder of the game. Final
score 25-11, up 14 shots to take out the
rink of the week. Well done girls.
Another close game saw Pat Fern's rink
even at the lunch break, but able to hold
off Doreen Twartz's rink to finish three
shots up 19-16. Carole Holmes' girls were
well in front at lunch, but were only able
to score one shot in the remainder of the
game, to go down by one shot to Judy
Milde's rink. Christine Doecke's rink were
still a chance in the game until the 17th
end where they were only two shots
down, but were unable to score in the
last three ends, going down to Betty
Marshall's rink 19-30.
Wohlers ladies player of the week was
awarded to Helen Sexton.
Prince of Wales 'rink of the week' went to
Helen Sexton, Maurine Knight, Kaye
Deacon and Pat Dobbin for a great 14-
shots up win.
An enjoyable social tea with great porter-
house steaks, baked potatoes and sal-
ads, followed by cheese cake and ice-
cream after the game on Saturday.
Thanks to all the Division Three players
and others who stepped up on the night
to assist with preparations, cooking and
cleaning up. Bookings are essential for
these functions to ensure we have suffi-
cient supplies prepared. The next monthly
social tea will be on Saturday, November
14 with Division One to host.
- "Mixed Fours"
Division One played Eudunda at home,
and ran out winners 98-81 with both
sides having two winning rinks. G Prior
hung on to beat G Fergusson 23-22, and
B Warner defeated T Heinjus 21-20. S
Sloan won the Wohlers player award.
Division Tw o played Tanunda at Tanunda
and were outplayed going down 94-42, all
rinks down. B Reichstein had the better
of E Allanson until the 20th end after
which Tanunda took control to win 26-18
in an entertaining game.
The Freeling ladies opened their season
hosting Angaston on a cold and windy
Thursday. Lorna Woods skippered her
first game and won 18-15. Glenda
McLean had a close game losing 17-19
while Yvonne Langaard had a forgettable
day losing 12-38. Final scores 69-86.
Our thanks go out to our sponsors,
Pfitzners Funerals, The Gungellan Hotel
and Genamax Trophies.
Tiger One looks for a run.
The ladies had a mixed day against
Lyndoch. The margin of 44 was only one
less than the opposition score of 45.
Denise Baker and Moira McKeough's
rinks went down by two and six but
despite these setbacks the win was
sealed by two strong efforts from Ursula
Boettger (+24) and Venus Bessell's rinks.
Judy Zanetic led well for Venus Bessell
and was ably supported by Myrtle Ionna
and Pam Jones in taking the day by 28.
Congratulations to Judy Zanetic in taking
out the Wohler's lady player of the week.
In midweek Tiger Green got up against
Angaston Blue by 22, Blue had a strong
win over Eudunda by 20 but Black went
down by 35 away to Tanunda and Gold
lost to Lyndoch by 23.
On Saturday, Division Tw o Black ventured
to Angaston. The bowlers were chal-
lenged to find their green and weight
after the heavier going of the previous
week. Rob Warnest had a battle on and
eventually went down by 21. Lou Steer's
rink had a grinding win of five. Lou
showed good use of controlled weight to
steal several ends. The success of Peter
Buckley by 14 was not enough to get the
team across the line.
Nuriootpa Gold took on Kapunda at the
Tiger's Den. The green showed more
speed than many of the players had been
used to. Adjustments were made quickly
and Ken Wall coaxed his team across the
line with a strong showing and a loud
voice. His rinks win of 12 was enough to
take the first win of the season for Gold.
Graham Pfitzner's rink lost their way in
the last few ends and went down by five.
The tussle taking place on Peter
Rosenberg's rink showed the lead
change many times in the last five ends.
John Reusch led well putting many bowls
on the jack and when off target Aird
Shoesmith dropped close. Damian
Langley again showed composure in set-
ting up the head for Peter Rosenberg.
The skips tussle went to the wire with
Peter ensuring a count to take the hon-
ours by one on the last end.
In Division Three Nuriootpa travelled
south to Lyndoch. Gwen White and Rob
Langridge got up but Bruce Brear's rink
loss by 13 resulted in the team going
down by seven.
Quaffing vouchers are in great demand
and only available to the elite. Who would
forget them if going out for lunch? Seems
that a certain presidential figure did just
that. Hope he treats his bowls with
This Saturday will see the Tiger One take
the green at home against Kapunda.
Hope that Geoff Langley, Chris Jones,
Russell Walker and Stuart Forbes and
their band of Tigers remember how to
find the jack. It seems such a long time
since walking out of the clubrooms for
Quote of the week: "Big bowls win
- Mad Dog
Last Thursday the Eudunda greens were
rolling beautifully when the ladies played
Kapunda on another cold pennant day.
Eudunda lost to Kapunda 73-78 with two
teams up and two down. Betty Marshall
had an excellent win by 11 shots, and
Judy Milde came up from behind to win
by one shot on the last end. Marg
Nietschke and Doreen Twartz were not
Wilma Duldig won the Wohler's voucher
for player of the week, which entitles her
to a free coffee and a piece of cake to
the value of $8 at Rumours Cafe at
Our midweek men had a tough draw
when they played Nuriootpa Blue last
Thursday going down 48-68 with Brett
Warner being up by one shot and Jeff
Willoughby and Bill Mader going down.
On Saturday, Division One travelled to
Freeling, and after bowling in fine weath-
er, succumbed to Freeling 81-98, with
both Greg Prior and Brett Warner in nail-
biting finishes of one-shot up, and Jeff
Hanns and Geoff Schmidt going down.
Greg Prior came from behind after a slow
start to have an impressive win.
Our Division Tw o side was the shining
light of the day with an excellent win over
Tanunda White 76-54 with two teams up
and one down. Jeff Willoughby narrowly
missed out going down by two shots, Roy
Fiegert won by seven shots, and Steve
Turner had a super win to be 17 shots
up. His team of Kevin Heinrich, Doreen
Twartz and Roy Regnier - a formidable
combination- were worthy winners of the
Jakelco 'team of the week'.
Our Division Three sides played each
other with an extremely close finish with
the Reds winning 67-66. Ron Milde was
16 shots up against Betty Marshall, GG
went down by 14 shots to Bob
Leditschke, and Ronnie Schultz made a
huge comeback against Marg Nietschke
to be only three shots down.
The men's Wohler's voucher was award-
ed to Colin Menz.
This Thursday night (October 15) bowls
begins and the organisers have being
working hard to make this a successful
competition. This year the greens and the
clubhouse will be full with a record 20
teams for the competition. Please arrive
early for the preliminary organising and
ready a 7.30pm start. A good social fun
night of bowls is assured.
Men and women bowlers are asked to
put their names down on the board for
the Club Championships and competi-
tions as soon as possible so the respec-
tive tournament committees can do the
draw by the end of October.
It's been another big week at the fun
club. Division One journeyed to Lyndoch
and despite winning two rinks, went down
by six overall. To n y Edwards' 'bashers'
won 24-20, Brian Bowden lost 16-24,
John Standish lost 16-23 and Keith
Sandford's 'snipers' won 26-21.
Division Tw o Blue continued their stellar
start by claiming full points against Nuri
Black by 40 shots. Lyn Teakle's 'troops'
won 26-21, Brian Teakle's 'terrorists' won
26-21 and Chris Reardon's 'rockets' won
by an impressive 32-11 despite their skip-
per sending down a wrong bias.
Division Tw o White also had a great day
as they toppled Lyndoch by 20. Les
Schulz's 'shooters' won 28-15, Rob
Koerner's 'kings' won 27-20 and in the
best result of the game Brian Tuttle's
'turtles' fought back to force a draw 19-19
and save a valuable point.
Division Three opened their account with
a great 31-shot win over Kapunda Black
as Bill Sibley's 'strikers' won 26-21, Hub
Schmied's 'shooting stars' won 18-15 and
Anthony Harvey's 'hustlers' won 28-15.
Midweek was a mixed bag as the Blues
lost by 22 to Nuri Green as Clarrie
(Clout) Tabe lost 17-26, Brian Teakle lost
17-21 and John Standish lost 13-22. The
Whites fared better as they beat Lyndoch
Blue by a single shot on the last bowl of
the d ay. To n y Edwards lost 15-30, Keith
Sandford won 32-13 and Fred Thomas
The ladies got themselves back on track
with their 17-shot win at Freeling. Eileen
Bond won 19-17, Lyn Teakle lost 15-18,
Eileen Argent won 38-12 and Glenda
Armstrong lost 14-22. Sheila Palmer was
the recipient of the Wohlers encourage-
- The Flipper
The Lyndoch ladies travelled to Nuriootpa
on Thursday for a two rink up and two
down result, but with a devastating 44
shots loss overall. Rose Allen's team
remain in shock losing by 24 shots to
Ursula Boettger, 3-27. Anita Warner did
not fare any better going down 28 shots
to Venus Bessell, 4-32. Gaye McLeod on
the brighter side had a 19-17 win over
Denise Baker. Di Jones also with a 23-17
win over Moira McKeough. With a bye
this week it is an opportune time to
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Division One v Tanunda: G Mitev, R Milde, M Schutz,
B Warner; T Taplin, P Voigt, K Schutz, G Schmidt; M
Geister, J Mader, W Mader, J Hanns; R Hnatyszyn, A
Pfitzner, J Voigt, G Prior.
Division Tw o v Lyndoch at Lyndoch: G G Schutz, F
Schiller, K Hines, R Fiegert; L Marshall, F Schmidt, R
Hogan, J Willoughby; R Regnier, T Schiller, K
Heinrich, S Turner.
Division Three Red v Lyndoch: C Hoffmann, C Menz,
G Zerner, R Leditschke; R Schultz, Mrs J Renfrey, G
O Schutz, Mrs B Marshall; M Nietschke, M Treloar, G
Goedecke, Mrs M Nietschke.Umpire: R Milde, M
Schutz. Duty rink: Mrs M Nietschke.
Division Three White bye.
Midweek v Nuri Black at Nuriootpa: G Goedecke, L
Marshall, B Warner; G Mitev, G Prior, J Willoughby; C
Menz, F Schmidt, K Heinrich.
Ladies v Angaston at Angaston (start 9.30am, leave
8.15am): D Twar tz, P Dutschke, J Henderson, J
Pfitzner; J Milde, J Johnston, J Renfrey, D Mader; M
Nietschke, P Gordge, W Duldig, S Schutz; B
Marshall, J Fiegert, H Jenke, L Mosey. Reserves: A
Brook, J Bruhn.
Division One v Angaston at Angaston (meet at
clubrooms at noon): B Schuster, I McFarlane, T
Johansen, G Fergusson; N Marslen, M Sampson, D
Schirmer, J Robinson; T Teague, K Swanson, K
Gavin, T Secomb; L Goedecke, R Ratsch, N Lee, T
Division Tw o v Angaston White (meet at clubrooms
at 12.30pm): P Waldegrave, R Hassan, K Bettens, B
Reichstein; G Lloyd, J Martin, W Pitt, J Wright; S
Ryan, D Jamieson, J Pearce, F Hines.
Reserves: W Rivett, R Tuddenham.
Midweek v Kapunda at Kapunda: G Lloyd, L
Goedecke, J Wright; W Pitt, T Teague, K Gavin; P
Waldegrave, J Martin, T Secomb.
Reserve: R Tuddenham.
Division One v Kapunda at Nuriootpa: S Hyland, D
Marner, T Billing, G Langley; P Fechner, L Tscharke,
R Chapman, R Walker; D Wilson, I Klaebe, T Elix, S
Forbes; R Mattschoss, N Collyer, C Baker, Chris
Jones. Duty Rink: G Langley; Umpire: R Mattschoss.
Division Tw o Gold v Tanunda White at Tanunda: M
Simpkin, M Sims, D Baker, N Christpherson; K
Reichelt, R Langridge, C Allen, K Wall; J Reusch, E
Shoesmith, D Langley, P Rosenberg. Cars leave at
12.45pm; Drivers: Skippers.
Division Tw o Black v Tanunda Black at Nuriootpa: C
Reuter, Bryan Jones, V Bessell, P Buckley; K
Bullock, L Cook, S Jones, L Steer; S Ryan, P
Collyer, R Randall, D Bessell. Duty Rink: L Steer;
Umpire: P Collyer.
Division Three Gold v Kapunda Red at Kapunda: M
Graetz, L Schneider, W Wendt, Phil Jones; Lois
Hahn, H Roberts, R Waples, J Mattner; R Hahn, R
Graetz, Ann Shoesmith, Pam Jones. Cars leave
12.30pm; Drivers: Skippers.
Division Three Black v Angaston at Angaston: C
Linke, A Klaebe, I Falkenberg, V Boettger; G
Krahling, C Forbes, C Hughes, G White; L Fuss, R
King, M Waples, B Brear. Cars leave at 12.45pm;
Midweek Gold v Nuriootpa Blue at Nuriootpa: C Lanauze,
B Jones, T Elix; K Bullock, P Buckley, L Tsarchke; M
Sims, J Reusch, C Baker. Duty Rink: C Baker.
Midweek Black v Eudunda at Nuriootpa: C Hughes,
E Shoesmith, R Randall; G Krahling, D Ruediger, I
Klaebe; K Harrison, S Jones, K Wall. Duty Rink: K
Midweek Green v Tanunda White at Nuriootpa: C
Linke, C Forbes, S Forbes; A Klaebe, L Steer, D
Bessell; R Graetz, R Mattschoss, R Warnest.
Umpire: R Mattschoss.
Midweek Blue v Nuriootpa Gold at Nuriootpa: K
Reichelt, J Mattner, R Walker; R Waples, L Cook, R
Chapman; C Reuter, C Allen, D Wilson. Umpire: R
Division One has a bye.
Division Tw o v Eudunda at Lyndoch: S Mewett, R
Plant, B Koch, R Bellchambers; R Vanstone, M
Richards, K Patmore, R Filsell; G Stansborough, A
Tu r v ey, M Daly, M Launer. Bar Rink: R Filsell; Duty
Rink: R Bellchambers.
Division Three v Eudunda Red at Eudunda. M
Vawser, N Thompson, M Magee, E Smith; W
Mcloed, S Dowden, L Lange, E Palmer; S Gertig, R
Heidrich, G Mcloed, P Handke. Reserve: J
Emerson. Cars depart 12.15pm.
Midweek Gold v Tanunda Black at Tanunda: G
Schumacher, D Hausler, G Ayres; N Thompson, G
Stansborough, R Filsell; B Koch, P Uranjek, B
Boyle. Cars depart 12.30pm; Reserve: S Mewett.
Midweek Blue v Angaston Blue at Lyndoch: E
Palmer, R Plant, R Bellchambers; A Tu r v ey, B
Prime, G Reeves; D Lindner, K Patmore, M Launer.
Reserve: M Richards.
Division One v Eudunda at Eudunda: B Pech, D
Schiller, R Schneider, C Mahoney; N Jaensch, K
Bartsch, A Hammond, D Heidenreich; D Pech, I
Jaensch, J Garrett, G Fraser; T Ratsch, R Mewett, I
Graetz, P Rost.
Division Tw o Black v Nuriootpa Black at Nuriootpa: S
Pech, H Rohrlach, B Williams, M Hurst; F Altmann,
R Bartsch, A Price, G Farquharson; P Secker, J
Farquharson, W Williams, D Meertens.
Division Tw o White v Nuriootpa at Tanunda: D Prior,
P Knight, M Meertens, J Miegel; C Traeger, M
Brown, D Koch, K Schmaal; C Davis, N Hurst, K
Hoffman, B Woodcock. Duty Rink: J Miegel.
Division Three v Kapunda Black at Tanunda: G
Hanke, D Ralston, D Goodwin, T Mattner; T Voigt, J
Ralston, G Ahrens, C Graetz; G Rainsford, B
Hoklas, M Schmitke, D Martin.
Midweek Black v Lyndoch Gold at Tanunda: A Price,
B Williams, R Schneider; T Ratsch, G Fraser, D
Heidenreich; H Rohrlach, J Garrett, C Mahoney.
Duty Rink: D Heidenreich.
Midweek White v Nuriootpa Green at Nuriootpa: G
Ahrens, P Knight, B Woodcock; T Gibbons, N Hurst,
D Goodwin; C Traeger, C Graetz, G Farquharson.
Division One v Nuriootpa at Nuriootpa: F Hier, G
Redden, T Noack, I Otterspoor; R Gill, G Donovan,
P Voumard, R Turnbull; K Knight, B Deaconj, B
O'Reilley, P Maitland; A Ryan, D Ryan, C Sunman, T
Rae. Cars depart 12.30pm; Drivers: T Rae, T Noack,
R Gill, B O'Reilley.
Division Tw o v Angaston Blue at Kapunda: T
Scholes, L Carter, A Reinders, J Scholes; W
Beaven, P Dobbin, P Ferns, W Reardon; C Hamper,
P Hart, B Phillips, R Rogers. Duty Rink: W Reardon.
Diviusion Three Red v Nuriootpa at Kapunda: K
Fisher, J Sexton, R Parker, P Sando; A Pascoe, B
Cooper, L Leske, C Doecke; P Winderbank, R
Mattschoss, K Deacon, B Goodfellow. Duty Rink: C
Division Three Black v Tanunda at Tanunda: L
Mickan, J Dawson, J Baldwin jnr, J Baldwin snr; S
Linke, S Har t, M Knight, D Franks; G Petch, B
Sweet, S Franks, K Dooley. Cars depart 12.30pm;
Midweek v Freeling at Kapunda: A Reinders, R
Rogers, G Redden; W Beaven, W Reardon, R
Turnbull; L Leske, C Sunman, T Rae. Duty Rink: G
Division One v Freeling at Angaston: J Argent, F
Thomas, C Tabe, T Edwards; I Langley, L Buckley, D
Armstrong, B Bowden; L Bell, N Smith, T Mullins, J
Standish; J Jensen, M Hurn, D Jaunay, K Sandford.
Manager: D Armstrong; Umpires: J Standish, K
Division Tw o Blue v Kapunda at Kapunda: P Clark, J
Rodgers, A Hall, B Teakle; A Booth, P Pech, M
Teakle, C Reardon; M Storton, M Johnston, M
Short, L Teakle. Manager: B Teakle. Cars leave at
Division Tw o White v Freeling at Freeling: D tye, R F
Copperwheat, K Renshaw, L Schulz; P Gibbons, M
Renshaw, L Mullins, R Koerner; T Hopkins, B
Bullock, E Bond, B Tuttle. Manager: E Bond; Cars
depart 12.35pm; Drivers: Thirds.
Division Three v Nuriootpa Black at Angaston: R
Benjamin, J Johns, F Booth, W Sibley; C Le Page, S
Barnden, G Schmied, H Schmied; G Benjamin, I
Elsworthy, L Lablack, G Armstrong. Ma nager: S
Barnden; Duty Rink: W Sibley.
Midweek Blue v Lyndoch Blue at Lyndoch: A Harvey,
G Dalton, C Tabe; R Benjamin, M Hurn, B Teakle; P
Sonntag, J Rodgers, J Standish. Manager: J
Standish. Cars leave 12.35pm; Drivers: Seconds.
Reserve: T Hopkins.
Midweek White has a bye.
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