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North Eastern Football League results from Saturday- Round 13
2.0 7.7 10.9 15.18 (108)
6.2 7.2 8.4 8.4 (52)
Goals: BBH - G .Thompson 6, B.Wall 3, N.Rees 3, S.Connell,
S.Mann, M.Hall N/Clare - T.Huppatz 2, S.Panoho 2, M.Harrold,
B.Zanette, H.Cumming, C.Jaeschke Best: BBH - M .Hall,
G.Thompson, T.Riggs, M.Dalla, S.Mann, P.Hill N/ClareH.Cum-
ming, B.Zanette, G.Jaeschke, T.Huppatz, J.Pritchard, N.Rowe
3.4 8.5 9.12 11.14 (80)
5.2 8.4 10.5 15.8 (98)
Goals: S/Clare - C.Slattery 3, T.Mayfield 2, A.Barton, M.Sumner,
J.Eyers, M.Reynolds, L.Sharpe, B.Rossi RSMU - S.Jordan 4,
B.Koster 2, T.Willmott 2, K.Hart, L.Percy, S.Noack, J.Vandeleur,
D.Flavel, N.Jordan, B.Plueckhahn Best: S/Clare - M.Reynolds,
L.Sharpe, W.Hutchinson, J.Eyers, A.Heinrich, J.Dunstan RSMU
- B.Harrison, W.Nicholls, L.Boehm, D.Flavel, P.Clark, T.Connell
1.1 3.4 3.4 5.8 (38)
5.2 8.4 13.7 16.9 (105)
Goals: Eud/Rtown - K .Schulz 2, B.Launer, R.Prior, D.Reese Blyth/
Snow - J.Gillings 4, S.Clifford 3, A.Conradi 3, P.Vlatko 2, R.Darling,
J.Andriske, L.Hewett, T.Eime Best: Eud/Rtown - C.Voigt, C.Ah
Chee, M.Zerner, J.Schutz, G.Laucke, L.Kimpton Blyth/Snow -
A.Lloyd, G.Ottens, J.Taylor, N.McCormack, A.Conradi, M.Atkinson
3.5 9.8 13.9 17.16 (118)
2.5 4.5 6.8 7.9 (51)
Goals: Min/Man - B.Currie 5, M.Young 3, M.Lawrie 2, L.McDermid,
B.Barton, D.Mitchell, N.Forrest, D.Haynes, L.Davey, R.Piggott BSR -
N.Cane 2, B.Whiting, J.Sargent, B.Inglis, A.Mackenzie, D.Gill Best: Min/
Man - B.Currie, M.Young, D.Mitchell, R.McDermid, N.Forrest, M.Lawrie
BSR - A.Mackenzie, N.Cane, L.Fuller, B.Inglis, S.Goss, K.Burgess
1.2 3.4 3.4 5.6 (36)
5.4 7.4 10.13 11.17 (83)
Goals: BBH - C.Wildash, D.Booth, J.Edwards, J.Alderson, S.Tohl N/
Clare - S.Pink 6, L.Zanette, D.Trounce, .Redden, N.Jones, L.Milne Best:
BBH - M.Kellock, J.Webster, J.Edwards, S.Tohl, J.Alderson, C.Wildash
N/ClareC.Price, M.Ward, S.Pink, D.Ellis, .Redden, S.Jennings
1.0 2.4 5.5 8.5 (53)
2.1 4.2 5.4 7.4 (46)
Goals: S/Clare - J.Young 2, J.Wong 2, D.Wallent 2, B.Seymon,
A.Gill RSMU - D.Busch 2, P.Allchurch, J.Schmaal, J.Rainsford,
L.Tassell, M.McInerney Best: S/Clare - J.Wong, M.Dare, J.Fisher,
K.Pilkington, D.Stutley, R.Boylan RSMU - M.McInerney, L.Tassell,
R.Rayson, J.Schmaal, J.Tucker, B.McInerney
1.1 3.1 6.2 8.4 (52)
3.3 6.6 8.6 9.8 (62)
Goals: Eud/Rtown - R.Westover 2, T.Baker 2, S.Schutz, J.Bugeja,
T.Mosey, A.Schiller Blyth/Snow - R .Wood 5, B.Pratt 3, B.Pratt Best: Eud/
Rtown - A.Schiller, D.Vickery, S.Geister, T.Ross, T.Mosey, S.Waldhuter
Blyth/Snow - R.Wandel, T.Michael, R.Wood, A.Wood, S.Honner
3.0 3.2 5.5 7.7 (49)
3.2 8.4 9.6 13.10 (88)
Goals: Min/Man - C.McBride 2, B.Barton, N.Scott, T.Julyan,
M.Bastian, K.Allen BSR - B.Weckert 4, N.Adams 3, T.Stephenson
2, N.Krieg 2, A.Mellow, B.Jones Best: Min/Man - B.Barton,
M.Nayda, B.Garrard, M.Hadley, J.Curtis, K.Allen BSR - B.Justin,
D.Hentschke, B.Weckert, C.Weckert, N.Adams, C.Burgess
0.0 0.0 3.1 3.1 (19)
5.5 12.10 14.12 22.18 (150)
Goals: BBH - A .Klinger, C.Lindner, C.Gove N/Clare - T.O’Sullivan
4, D.Garrard 4, B.Laidlaw 3, S.Haydon 3, L.Jaeschke 2, B.Earle
2, D.Brown, J.Wiblin, J.Gogoll, J.Brown Best: BBH - A .Klinger,
L.Haddow, C.Gove, L.Roth, A.Lindner, S.Gil N/ClareJ.Brown,
L.Jaeschke, B.Laidlaw, I.Hooker, D.Brown, S.Haydon
3.1 3.1 7.1 8.2 (50)
3.0 6.3 10.5 15.5 (95)
Goals: S/Clare - J.Pearse 3, D.Fox, T.Nield, J.Wallent RSMU -
A.Clarke 4, T.Griffiths 2, B.Heffernan 2, X.Redden 2, J.Connell
2, J.Skehan, N.Busch, C.Fuss
Best: S/Clare - C.Gilbert, J.Wallent, M.Jarvis, B.Pese, B.Day,
A.Leighton RSMU - B.Heffernan, J.Bowden, J.Talbot, J.Vater,
2.1 2.3 5.5 6.7 (43)
2.2 2.4 6.5 9.6 (60)
Goals: Eud/Rtown - J.Harrison 2, B.Launer 2, B.Launer, A.Wiech
Blyth/Snow - Z.Cocks 2, D.Giles 2, T.Eime, W.Harris, L.Ashby,
Best: Eud/Rtown - Not Supplied Blyth/Snow - Z .Bennett,
J.Andriske, L.Ashby, N.Schultz, T.Salter, W.Harris
1.1 2.2 3.4 6.5 (41)
3.4 10.8 14.8 19.12 (126)
Goals: Min/Man - T.Milburn 4, W.Pearson, E.Long BSR -
D.Hayes 7, R.Fitzgerald 6, T.Slade 2, M.Burgess, I.Moller,
J.Lee, C.Longbottom Best: Min/Man - T.Milburn, E.Laughton,
A.Nixon, N.Bruce, L.Koster, D.Nixon BSR - T.Slade, J.Andrews,
M.Longbottom, D.Hayes, R.Fitzgerald, B.Welke
0.1 1.2 1.3 2.5 (17)
3.7 4.8 12.9 14.10 (94)
Goals: BBH - I .Pearce N/Clare - T.Francis 7, D.Garrard 3, J.Earle 2,
J.Nickolai, L.Edmondson Best: BBH - T.Sumner, J.Kleinig, J.Lines,
J.Boston, B.Hook, W.Stockman N/Clare - D.Garrard, T.Francis,
D.Gogoll, C.Mcinnes, K.MacDonald, G.Pretlove
1.4 5.4 6.5 7.7 (49)
0.3 2.4 4.6 6.7 (43)
Goals: S/Clare - B.Dinning, L.Benda, A.Dare, N.Owen, C.Dinning,
J.Saunders, J.Brown RSMU - L .Reichelt 2, S.Would, C.Behn,
R.Bruce, B.Heath Best: S/Clare - D.McInnis, J.Lally, J.Saunders,
A.Dare, N.Owen, L.Benda RSMU - C.Behn, L.Trowse, C.Dunn,
L.Kernich, L.Reichelt, R.Bruce
1.3 3.4 3.5 4.6 (30)
0.0 1.0 1.1 2.1 (13)
Goals: Eud/Rtown - T.Schulz 2, L.Cluse, B.Launer Blyth/Snow
W.Pratt, S.Toholke Best: Eud/Rtown - A .Nietschke, K.Hayter,
J.Steinborner, T.Kleinig, T.Schulz, T.Launer Blyth/Snow - N.Barr,
T.Carling, S.Hombsch, M.Calvert, R.Angel, B.Keech
2.2 2.4 4.4 4.4 (28)
2.0 3.1 7.3 12.5 (77)
Goals: Min/Man - H .Schoenberg 3, D.Willmott BSR - I .Moller
4, J.Slade 2, J.Weckert 2, J.Moller, J.Slade, C.Hayes, C.Mumford
Best: Min/Man - O.Barret, C.Dodd, A.Olssen, L.Behn, D.Willmott,
T.Couch BSR - I .Moller, J.Slade, S.Wilsdon, J.Slade, J.Moller,
BALAKLAVA Golf Club has
been officially awarded the 2014
Bronze Salver event as part of Golf
SA Women’s Country Week.
The three day event will take
place from July 22-24.
Women’s Country Week is
divided into four handicap ranges,
with each range held in different
regions of SA each year.
In 2014, the events will be held
as follows Silver 0-18 at Wallaroo,
Bronze Salver 19-24 at Balaklava,
Bronze Shield 25-33 at Port Au-
gusta, and Bronze Plate 34-45 at
Ladies competing in the Bronze
Salver event at Balaklava will play
two days of individual stroke com-
petition, followed by a Foursomes
(pairs) competition on the final day.
The prestigious event is ex-
pected to attract more than 120
women to Balaklava, which is a
real coup for the club, and will also
be a boost to local businesses.
A number of local women
travelled all over the countryside
last week to compete in the 2013
Women’s Country Week.
Two Balaklava golfers, Julia
Hoskin and Cherie Taylor travelled
to Minlaton for the Bronze Plate,
and while not winners on their
“solo” rounds, the pair won the
Foursomes together on Thursday.
Balaklava set to host
prestigious golf event
BALAKLAVA golfers, Julia Hoskin and Cherie Taylor, won the
Foursomes compeition in the Bronze Plate, held at Minlaton last week.
Securing the double chance
still on Bombers’ agenda
Hamley Bridge v Two Wells
THE ledger between these two finals-
bound teams sits at one-all for the season and
with top two aspirations still in the pipeline
for both sides, there’s plenty of impetus on
the end of this cracking encounter.
“We’re looking forward to it,” Bombers
coach, Ash Barnett said.
“We beat them the first time around and
then they got one back on us when the players
weren’t 100 per cent switched on, mentally.
“But that first win we got we played really
well to beat them.”
Securing the double chance will be on
Hamley’s agenda but they will need to keep a
close check on veteran ruckman, Simon Feast,
while the fleet-footed Two Wells midfield
could test the Bombers for pace.
“They’ve got a lot of little blokes that
can run through the middle that you can’t let
loose,” Barnett said.
Tom Would is likely to miss this week
through injury, while Stuart Gregory should
Ruckman, Matt Armstrong is a 50/50
proposition to play at this stage.
The Roosters also look like they’re hitting
a reasonable patch of momentum.
“I’m quite happy with the way we’re
coming along and now we’ve got Hamley
Bridge at home, which is as big a test going
around at the moment,” Two Wells coach,
Mark Thomson said.
“It is one-all against Hamley Bridge this
year and they look like they have a full squad
“They will be keen to secure second spot
but if we think we can definitely win.
“Mathematically, we can still make the top
two, so all we can do is win.”
He felt it was important to hold the Bomb-
ers out of their forward line for long periods
“If you can stop their free-flowing game,
they become very vulnerable,” Thomson said.
Virginia v United
VIRGINIA can secure itself a top four spot
with a win over United this weekend.
The Tigers come off a disappointing but
somewhat confidence-boosting loss against
Hamley Bridge on Saturday.
United coach, David Cluse, was more
than aware of the potential danger of Virginia
forward, Brendon Niklaus.
“They’ve got the big forward, so it will all
be about cutting down their supply to him,”
“We’ll need to apply more pressure around
Defender, Simon Schulz, played well on
Niklaus last time around but he is unlikely to
play, overcoming injury.
“We will see how he comes up but our side
should predominantly remain how it was on
Saturday,” White said.
“If the ball gets down there, Niklaus is a
danger, no matter who is on him though.”
Virginia coach, Joss DenEngelse, has plenty
of respect for the plucky Tigers.
“They’ve always challenged us for some
reason, although fitness tends to let them down
in the second half,” he said.
“I think they’ve been unlucky to have only
won two matches this year.”
DenEngelse has his focus firmly on finals
and is keen to have his team executing the game
plan they have worked on all season.
“We’ll work on some better structuring and
improving again,” he said.
With a reasonably clear injury list, the
Rams are building towards another tilt at the
title but there’s nothing the Tigers would like
more than to knock them off coming into the
latter stages of the year.
However, with a few players still out, they
might not have the depth required to sustain
a four-quarter effort against a hard-running
HWE v Mallala
AFTER two hefty defeats, Hummocks-
Watchman Eagles now host the league leaders,
Mallala, at Lochiel.
It has been a horror run for the Eagles after
the bye, playing finals contenders, Virginia and
Two Wells in previous weeks.
Regardless, HWE coach, David Cluse, again
felt his team could challenge the Magpies.
“We look forward to that again and we didn’t
do too bad against them last time,” he said.
“We’ve tried a few strategies against them
and we’ll try some more.”
Belief and confidence from the Eagles
will be key, while the likely return of Leigh
O’Donohue and Shaun Light will bolster a team
struggling for depth in recent weeks.
Ash Lockwood is an unlikely starter, work
commitments keeping him out of the team
Mallala coach, Steve Lubcke, returns from
Perth after a successful SA Country campaign
looking for a sunny day on the back of three
weeks of wet weather footy.
“Hopefully we get some dry days again,
fingers crossed,” he said.
While the weather was an unknown factor,
Lubcke was aware of HWE’s potential to snag
a handy break and go on with it.
“They’re still dangerous, like all sides in
the competition this year,” he said.
Lubcke has maintained solid standards and
work rates on the track.
“You don’t back off now, this is the crucial
time of the year,” he said.
There may be a few different players used
in unusual positions in a bid to improve the
team’s options heading into finals.
“We have been rotating blokes around a bit
anyway, so we will be looking to dabble a bit
without losing structure,” Lubcke said.
previews round 15
will need to keep
an eye on Two
when the two
sides go head to
head at Hamley
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