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Riverton remains at top
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THE standings show Riv-
erton still on top on equal
points with Port Wakefeld,
but with superior shots up.
Hamley Bridge and Bal-
aklava occupy the next two
positions with Mallala, Owen
and Wasleys occupying the
fnal three positions.
Division One results –
Hamley Bridge 87 (10)
(P. Fritz 15, A. O’Brien 32,
J. Bubner 40) def. Owen 61
(2) (N. Harkness 29, D. Greer
18, G. Bubner 14); Mallala 74
(10) (I. Stuart 24, R. Work 33,
P. Furst 17) def. Wasleys 69
(2) (S. Nicolai 20, W. Grady
29, D. Olive 20); Balaklava
82 (10) (R. McPharlin 27, T.
Clifford 35, B. Taylor 20) def.
Port Wakefeld 61 (2) (O. Eg-
linton 22, R. Murphy 13, W.
McPharlin 26); Riverton bye.
Standings: Riverton 32*
(+52), Port Wakefeld 32 (+6),
Hamley Bridge 25 (+36),
Balaklava 19* (+17), Mallala
15* (-40), Owen 12* (-14),
Wasleys 9 (-57) [* = bye].
WHO WILL MOVE INTO
THE feature match for
Division One this weekend
will see the top two sides,
Riverton and Port Wakefeld,
meet at Riverton. Riverton
remains the only undefeated
Division One side with three
wins and a bye, whereas Port
Wakefeld has had three wins
and a loss in its four matches
so far this year.
A tight battle is expected
between these two sides, with
home green perhaps proving
to be the deciding infuence
at the end of the day.
Wasleys host Owen in an
important clash for both sides.
Owen has had only one win
while Wasleys has yet to win
For both sides to remain in
contact with the four, a win is
Home green advantage
should see Wasleys record
their frst win for the season.
The fnal match will see
Balaklava meet Mallala.
With both sides having
won last weekend, but with
Balaklava’s win being against
Port Wakefeld, Balaklava
should be favoured to record
another win at the expense
Hamley Bridge has the bye
for the round.
Division One fxtures –
November 9: Balaklava vs
Mallala, Wasleys vs Owen,
Riverton vs Port Wakefeld,
Hamley Bridge bye.
MID NORTH WOMEN
Pennant results from October 31.
Burra Red 47 (L. Sutton 20, K.
Lomman 27) d Saddleworth Blue 39
(B. Schoenberg 24, P. Milde 15).
Saddleworth Gold 37 (T. Ritchie
20, R. Richardson 17) d Burra Gold
31 (M. Bevan 15, D. Day 16).
Auburn Red 37 (Mount 14, D.
Brooks 23) d Booborowie 30 (R.
Landorf 20, L. Pearce 10).
Auburn Black 45 (L. Wildash 23, H.
Williams 22) d Tarlee 41 (J. Branson
23, J. Rohde 18).
Robertstown Gold 44 (C. Ruediger
22, L. Mosey 22) d Riverton Green 35
(J. Przibilla 9, E. Passehl 26).
Robertstown Green 61 (S.
Kimpton 33, J. Kotz 28) d Burra Green
20 (K Maidment 13, P. Mengerson 7).
Riverton Blue 45 (A. Harrip 18, C.
Greenslade 27) d Mintaro 28 (W. Folks
16, B. Kellock 12).
Riverton Black 32 (M. Prime 20, M.
Keast 12) d Watervale 27 (T. Wostikow
7, J. Smith 20).
Robertstown Green 20 + 53
Saddleworth Gold 20 + 10
NORTH EASTERN MID
Results from Wednesday Octo-
CLARE GREEN 37 (9) (T.Ackland
15 R.Linke 15) def BLYTH 33 (1)
(P.Stopp 22 J.Bradbury 18).
CLARE WHITE 51 (10) (P.Errey 31
R.Wurst 16) def CLARE BLUE 33 (0)
(B.Reichstein 20 B.Sims 17).
BURRA 53 (10) (C.Boston 24
G.Blaser 9) def SPALDING 17 (0)
(R.Taylor 29 G.Goodridge 8).
BALAKLAVA 35 (10) (A.Jones 21
I.Howlett 20) def CLARE RED 33 (0)
(L.Day 14 R.Topperwien 13).
29 162 115 58.48
Balaklava 29 144 114 55.81
Clare Red 20 149 132 53.02
Clare White 20 147 150 49.49
Clare Green 19 122 150 44.85
Spalding 18 128 169 43.10
15 142 140 50.35
Clare Blue 10 141 165 46.08
November 6: Clare Green v Clare
Red, Balaklava v Blyth, Clare Blue v
Burra, Spalding v Clare White.
SIDES FOR SATURDAY
DIV 1 v MALLALA at Balaklava:
O Chapman, B Olsen, G Palmer,
P Thompson. N Olsen, Z Guy, K
McPharlin, B Taylor. A Chivell, S Guy,
S Hawke, T Clifford.
DIV 2 BLUE v MALLALABLACK at
Mallala: L Olsen, E Edwards, J Milton,
C Milton. C Welke, P Ramm, B Moffat,
T Jones. A Barr, P Tiller, S Renshaw,
L Day. Cars: seconds.
DIV 2 RED v WASLEYS at Bal-
aklava: J Lewis, B Philp, B Barr, C
Cowan. Ayden Lawless, D Beare, L
Barr, J McPharlin. H Hebisch, L Zerk,
Aynara Lawless, P McPharlin.
DIV 2 WHITE v TARLEE RED at
Balaklava: D May, K Catford, E Cun-
ningham, J Bastian. M Roberts, D
Anderson, R Hillman, R McDonald.
P Meyers, N Sampson, P McIntyre,
Bar duty: K McPharlin, P Thomp-
son. Duty rink: Div 1.
DIV 1 v WASLEYS at Wasleys:
G Marshman, G Ince, T Harkness,
G Harkness. A Ince, P Freebairn, D
Greer, N Harkness. I Freebairn, D
Hartwell, B Parker, G Bubner. Cars:
G Harkness, B Parker, P Freebairn.
DIV 2 v RIVERTON BLACK at
Riverton: L Beaty, J Harkness, D
Brown, K Warnes. G Pidgeon, S Read,
G Simpson, L Hean. I Gregory, O
Parker, D Lauricella, P Sullivan. Cars:
K Warnes, G Pidgeon, D Lauricella.
ONCE again, Balaklava Bowling
Club held a very successful Women’s
Invitation Fours event, played last
With good greens a credit to green-
keeper, Colin Stewart, the tournament
was played in great spirit.
Twenty-four teams flled the greens
and presented a colourful spectacle,
with the variety of uniforms...and bowls!
Teams travelled from Yorke Pen-
insula, Upper North, Mid North and
Well known and respected lady
member, Elaine Cunningham, opened
Elaine joined Balaklava Bowling
Club in 1965 and is the club’s longest
playing lady member. She has since
been a champion of the game, winning
numerous events at different levels.
Elaine shared some humorous
bowling memories of years gone by.
The club thanked sponsors of the
day -- Taylor & Forgie, Physio Prime,
Chemplus Balaklava and Bowler’s
Winners of the day were Clare,
followed by Curramulka and Riverton
came in third.
Taylor & Forgie’s Jennifer Hunt
and Physio Prime’s Darren Davey
presented the teams with their awards.
The local ladies served up a deli-
cious lunch and afternoon tea, as
A ‘spider competition’ started the
day’s play, and with a gold coin entry
fee, raised $143 for Legacy.
ABOVE: Janet Kennedy lines up
LEFT: Kapunda’s Ruth Scoot.
BELOW: Dawn Hean rolls the
kitty for Owen.
HAMLEY Bridge’s Cris Donohue sends one down in the Division One Wooroora Men’s Bowling
match against Owen on Saturday.
ROGER McQuire bowls for Hamley
Bridge’s Division One side.
KARL Gardner, Hamley Bridge,
shows off his skills.
OWEN’S Peter Freebairn measures distances at the
conclusion of the end.
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