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Two Wells tennis winds up
Plains Producer, Wednesday March 6, 2013
TWO Wells Tennis Club held its end of season presentation on Saturday
March 2. The club fielded four teams this year and members of each
team were presented with medallions for their effort and commitment
by club stalwart, Di Meaney. Trophies for the best average throughout
the season went to Ako Takaji (Div 1), Tarsha Briscoe (Dive 2 White),
Chelsea Fobister (Div 2 Red) and Cassandra Lawson (Div 3). The Di
Meaney Perpetual Trophy was awarded to Angus Tapscott. Pictured
are TWTC members (front row) Cassandra Lawson, Tarsha Briscoe,
Ako Takaji, Macey Briscoe, Jake Fobister, (middle row) Josh Needham,
Hayley Duthie, Zoe Dart, Chelsea Fobister, Caitlin Musolino, Lauren
Turner, Alicia Duthie, (back row) Jamie Humphrys, Jake Needham,
Angus Tapscott, James Gameau, Jack Tapscott and Airlie Tapscott.
TWO Wells Tennis Club
was presented with a $100
donation from the Virginia
branch of the Country
Women’s Association at the
club’s presentation. Club
secretary and treasurer, Tiffany
Lawson (far right), and Di
Meaney Perpetual Trophy
2013 winner, Angus Tapscott
(far left), accepted the cheque
from Virginia CWA president,
Raeleen Besnard and CWA
secretary, Valmai Quinlan.
Results from February 26.
Snowtown 1 game 34 points (G. Schupelius 11,
P. Schupelius 11/C. Bolvig 6, G. Clark 6) defeated
Kadina Blue 1 game 31 points (John Lydeamore 13,
D. Rodda 5/S. Rodsted 7, J. Wearn 6).
Moonta Green 1 game 19 points (S. Donaldson 5,
J. Lipsett 10/ B.Promnitz 3, K. Lamshed 1) defeated
Balaklava 1 game 17 points (L. Sutton 1, J. Hilzinger
2 / N. Williams 8, D. Williams 6).
Moonta Brown 2 games 21 points (N. Hatcher
10, B. Bagshaw 6/M. Harvey 3, J. Elverd 2) defeated
Wallaroo White 0 games 6 points (J. Hendy 2, P.
Davies 1/C. Fuss 1, J. Durden 2).
Wallaroo Blue 1 game25 points (P. Kennett 7, I.
Miller 4/J. Marshall 7, R. Price 7) defeated Kadina
White 1 game 20 points ( D. Virgin 7, B. Virgin 5/T.
Roach 3, L. Kinch 5).
Port Wakefield – bye.
Ah folks, dear folks - what can be said of The
Book’s presentation this week? Try magnificent for
starters, worthy of a spot on the ceiling of any Sistine
Chapel. From this most worthy tome we learn that 24
players took to the field, with an average handicap
of 22, in search of success in a Stableford event,
round one of the two-round Michael Trophy. Wild
Bill Lokan showed ‘em how in the A grade fray with
a mesmerising 32 points. Callum “Man Mountain”
Michael (31) moved Wayne “Tinder Box” Nagle down
into 3rd. spot aided by the evil Count Bach. Spared
from this sparring were I. Michael (30), R. Hart (27),
D. Hannaford (26) and last, D. Taylor (25).
Murray “Smudger” Smith (38) had the round of
the day and demolished the B grade boys in the
process. Dave “The Ginger Ninja” Rodgers (36)
used the good Count to account for a determined,
hard-hitting Ron “Crime Cracker” Carney. Left to
dream of what might have been were J. Michael
(35), S. Michael (32), W. Berry (31), D. Barnett (30),
G. Leo (25) and A. Leaver (24).
Peter “The People’s Publican” Friedrichs (37)
crushed the C grade, leaving Austin Henstridge
(36) to limp into second spot and Dean Trickett
(33) to lumber, gracefully, into third. Left to lick their
wounds, icy-poles and the odd postage stamp were
Joan Anderson (32), Noah Barnett (26), M. Hahesy
(23), Chris Hahesy (18) and M. Keast (16).
Now, dear reader, The Book segues seamlessly
to other “Certain Things”, starting with Golfer of the
Summer points - Murray Smith 6, Peter Friedrichs 5,
Austin Henstridge 4, David Rodgers 3, Ron Carney
2 and the hoi poloi, but one apiece. Birdies were
scored by Wayne Nagle on both the second and
16th, while Andrew Leaver claimed his at the eighth.
Nearest The Pins were hit and held by Geoff Leo at
the third, Andrew Leaver eighth, Scott Michael 10th
and with his second shot into the 13th, Wayne Nagle.
This Saturday we troop out to repeat the busi-
ness and so find a winner in the Michael Trophy’s
ultimate Stableford round, played from the blue tees
again. El Presidente Ian Michael will start proceed-
ings leaving Bill Lokan to administer the smelling
salts at the 19th. Our Winter Open date has been
set at the sixth. of April, but before then, if you’re still
dithering about whether or not to contest the Green
Jacket in the Riverland over the weekend of March
22-24, please note that for just $200 we each get
2 nights’ accommodation with hot breakfast and all
three rounds of golf. Please ring Rob. Lawson on
8862 1358 to confirm your spot.
BALAKLAVA MID WEEK
Results for Wednesday February 27.
A group of 22 players took to the fairways, with
Bill Goudie winning the day with 45, Scott Davey
41, Merv Hameister 37, Austin Henstridge 35 CB,
Brian Stewart 35 CB, Dean Trickett 35, Bill Berry 33,
Dene Newton 32 CB, Mike Hahesy 32, Chris Hahesy
26, Rick Campbell 25 CB, Cherrie Taylor 25. DNF’s
were Jill Taylor Les Masson, Barrie Thompson,
John Curnow, Joan Anderson, Doug Taylor, Greg
Sonntag, Jerry Toms, Genni Edwards, Rob Phillips.
Birdies: Bill Goudie holes 3 and 13, Scott Davey
hole 3, Bill Berry hole 6.
Putts: Bill Goudie 23 putts.
NTP: Bill Goudie hole 3, Cherrie Taylor hole 8,
Merv Hameister hole 10.
MALLALA GUN CLUB
Results from Sunday March 3, 2013.
45 Target Medley: AA; C Bentley 98/100, 2nd; J
Hawker 95/100, A; I Wedding 90/100, 2nd; B Duncan
89/100, B; J Algar 71/75, 2nd; P Schwerdt 70/75,
C; A Carlesso 63/75, 2nd; E Bria 60/75.
5 Target D/Barrel, shoot off point score: First C
50 Target D/Barrel Club Championship:AA & o/
all; G Gilbert 145/145, 2nd; C Bentley 144/145, A;
R Mack 45/50, 2nd; T Wedding 43/50, B; L Francis
46/50, 2nd; J Algar 45/50, C; A Carlesso 48/50,
2nd; E Bria 47/50.
Best Overall in “C” Grade: A Carlesso 116/130.
Players actually needed a real warm up last week!
But it didn’t help Cherie Cleary’s Slugs, who were
very sluggigsh against the absent Diane Gregor’s
Gnats, going down 6-41 to 0-7. The Gnats were
helped by two handy fill-ins, Kellie Harrison and
Kym Woodroofe, who helped pound their way to
an almost record winning score. Cherie’s strong op-
ponent was Kym, who showed no mercy by winning
two dak droppers, one each with Kellie and Sam
van Kleef, over Cherie and partners Viet Nguyen
and David Northcott. Oops. Gnats’ Mary Heslop and
opponent Danielle Murphy, had the best scores, with
every set scoring a two – for Danielle anyway! It was
a sad state of affairs for the Slugs who are sitting
comfortably at the bottom of the premiership table.
The other division two match didn’t see any oval
shaped scores but plenty of ones, twos and threes,
especially on the Worms side of the scoresheet. Alice
Parson and Fran Henderson were absent and Tom
Forrest and Michelle Williams filled in, managing
to win their set together and the only one for the
Worms, over Wade Hudson and Peter Rohrlach.
Wade and Peter regrouped in their next two sets
to take the honours. Bec Houston’s Grubs were
assisted by fill-in Henry Lane, who played one of
the shots of the night, through his legs, backwards
with a double twist and pike for a smashing winner!
His opponent Carolyn Mutton, couldn’t believe her
eyes! Bec had a good hit against Warren McRostie
but was too good. Final score Grubs 5-31 defeated
Division one matches were a bit closer with Paul-
ine Hill’s Newts defeating Andrew Lane’s Beavers
4-26 to 2-24. Where’s Wally? He has assured Pauline
he’ll be back before the finals! Jarrad Thiele and Gary
Wehr, on season debut, filled in for the Newts, and
although they didn’t win together, helped the team
to a win. Gary and opponent Andrew, played two
tiebreakers, with both going Gary’s way. Pauline
and Paul McBride were happy to partner Gary in
those, seen giving high fives afterwards. The reli-
able Beavers girls, Joy Ryan and Cherie Cmrlec,
won their set together. Beavers Darren Scholz had
some good rallies against Paul, having consistent
5-3s, and was unlucky to lose a last set tie.
Top team, Scott McDonalds Turtles had a close
win 4-27 to 2-22 over Chris Curnow’s Crocs. The
two captains were pitted against each other all night,
with scores being two, three, and then four to Chris,
who just couldn’t snare the tiebreaker win with Gary
Wilson against Scott and Jordan Taylor. It appeared
the Crocs were playing a game of tactics, as they
faced Marty Brice against Helen Barry all night, and
young Kirsty Williams against old girl Julia Hoskin
all night. And it almost worked – close, but no cigar!
Kirsty featured in both the Crocs’ winning sets, one
each with Marty and Gary. A close match overall
as expected seeing these are the top two teams.
Premiership round as at February 28:
Division one – Turtlies 9, Crocs 7, Beavers 5,
Gators 3, Newts 2. Division two – Worms 9, Grubs
9, Gnats 7, Slugs 2.
LOWER NORTH JUNIORS
DIVISION 1: Balaklava Green 4-28 d. Balaklava
Gold 2-27 Doubles C.&D.Michael d. Taylor/B.
Freebairn 6-4 Williams/T.Scholz lost to Z.Scholz/G.
Freebairn 4-6 Singles Callum Michael d. Jordan
Taylor 6-1 Dillon Michael d. Brett Freebairn 6-5
Ashleigh Williams lost to Zac Scholz 0-6 Todd Scholz
d. Gemma Freebairn 6-5.
Two Wells 4-26 d. Mallala White 2-19 Doubles
Takaji/Gameau d. Graham/Jarmyn 6-0 Humphrys/
TO honour the late Phil Barry, who
played tennis for both Balaklava and Blyth
tennis clubs, both clubs set up a perpetual
trophy for the first round when the teams
play each other. Due to unforeseen circum-
stances, the inaugural match could only be
played on the last match of this season. It
was played at Blyth, and Balaklava won the
match in a thriller by just seven games.
• Pictured are captains, Scott
McDonald and Pauline Hill holding the
trophy, with team mates (from left):
Helen Barry, Dillon Michael, Shaz
Pike, Angela Battle, Don Veitch, Scott,
Andrew Lane, Pauline, Kirsty Williams,
Terissa Smart and club president,
Darren Scholz. Absent: Andrew and
Balak scores Phil Barry trophy
Tapscott lost to Wilson/Parsons 1-6 Singles Ako
Takaji d. Trent Graham 6-0 James Gameau d. Laura
Jarmyn 6-3 Jamie Humphrys d. Brooke Wilson 6-4
Angus Tapscott lost to Edward Parsons 1-6.
Mallala Black-0 d. Hamley Bridge on a forfeit.
DIVISION 2: Two Wells Red 5-33 d. Balaklava
Gold 1-19 Doubles C.Foubister/Musolino d. Michael/
Renshaw 6-2 Tapscott/J.Foubister d. Clifford/White
6-3 Singles Chelsea Foubister d. Toby Michael
6-3 Caitlin Musolino d. Syjourn Renshaw 6-0 Jack
Tapscott lost to Aaron Clifford 3-6 Jake Foubister
d. Kirrily White 6-5.
Balaklava Green 5-31 d. Long Plains 1-17 Dou-
bles West/Heaslip d. H.Hosking/Daniel 6-3 Selleck/
Mumford d. M .Hosking/Waddell 6-2 Singles Billy
West d. Harry Hosking 6-2 Sarah Heaslip lost to
Jessica Daniel 1-6 Kristy Selleck d. Mary Hosking
6-1 Daniel Mumford d. Matthew Waddell 6-3.
Mallala 4-31 d. Two Wells White 2-20 Doubles
J.Furst/Tiller lost to T&M Briscoe 4-6 G. Furst/
Howard d. Dart/Duthie 6-1 Singles Jackson Furst
d. Tarsha Briscoe 6-5 Georgia Furst lost to Macey
Briscoe 3-6 Jake Tiller d. Zoe Dart 6-0 Alex Howard
d. Alicia Duthie 6-2
Owen White 5-33 d. Owen Red 1-15 Doubles
Lane/Harkness d. S .Parker/Heaslip 6-5 Lloyd/Bur-
man d. Gameau/L.Parker 6-1 Singles Connor Lane
lost to Sophie Parker 3-6 Jake Harkness d. Jessica
Heaslip 6-0 Kaitlyn Lloyd d. Tom Gameau 6-3 Lisa
Burman d. Lucy Parker 6-0.
DIVISION 3: Balaklava Gold 6-36 d. Balaklava
Green 0-17 Doubles C.Tiller/Lane d. Woodroofe/
Freebairn 6-5 L.Tiller/Heaslip d. Allen/White 6-4
Singles Claudia Tiller d. Tommy Woodroofe 6-4
Emma Lane d. Matthew Freebairn 6-2 Lexie Tiller
d. Lori Allen 6-2 Kate Heaslip d. Ashley White 6-0.
Hamley Bridge 3-27 d. Owen 3-21 Doubles
E.Loffler/Watson d. Heaslip/Lane 6-2 Sellars/M.
Loffler lost to Wood/Parker 5-6 Singles Ethan Loffler
d. Max Heaslip 6-0 Amber Watson lost to Britt Lane
3-6 Kimberley Sellars d. Dylan Wood 6-1 Mackenzie
Loffler lost to Kayleigh Parker 1-6.
Two Wells 4-28 d. Mallala 2-26 Doubles Lawson/
Needham lost to Bakker/M.May 3-6 Turner/Duthie
d. Matters/J.May 6-4 Singles Lauren Turner d. Ga-
brielle Bakker 6-4 Josh Needham d. Matt May 6-4
Cassandra Lawson d. Kimberly Matters 6-2 Hayley
Duthie lost to Jack May 1-6.
FINAL PREMIERSHIP TABLE
Two Wells Red
Two Wells White
First and second Semi-Finals to be played at
Balaklava this Saturday Morning, (9/3/13): Division 1:
Mallala Black v Mallala White; Two Wells v Balaklava
Green. Division 2: Balaklava Green V Two Wells
Red; Owen White V Balaklava Gold.
Results from Saturday March 2, 2013.
Blyth 12/196 defeated Balaklava 12/103 for the
Phil Barry Memorial trophy .
Clare Masters 4/72 lost to Clare Young Guns
Hilltown 11/107 defeated Long Plains 13/102.
Clare Aces 11/93 lost to Saddleworth 13/120.
Dalkey 20/139 defeated Blyth 4/68.
Auburn 19/137 defeated Riverton 5/85.
Watervale 20/135 defeated Hilltown 4/66.
Clare Yellow 5/52 lost to Clare Red 7/65.
Clare White 4/40 lost to Clare Green 8/58.
Blyth Crocodiles 4/38 lost to Mintaro 8/60.
Clare Blue 5/48 lost to Blyth Alligators 7/52.
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