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Hahndorf 9-8 (62) d
Blackwood 5-5 (35)
Goals - Hahndorf: J. Hrvatin
3, L. Jarvis 2, J. Edmonds, M.
Poole, S. Dreckow, S. Fishers
each 1. Blackwood: C. Simmons
2, D. Lowe, S. Rose, M.
Czerwinski each 1.
Best - Hahdnorf: S. Dreckow, N.
Johnson, M. Arbon, J. Hrvatin,
D. Newell. Blackwood: L. King,
N. Frick, M. Czerwinski, S.
(42) d Lobethal 5-8 (38)
Goals - Bridgewater-Calli: R.
Holman 2, M. Reid, L. Bush,
D. Sheridan, X. Leigh, S.
Ward each 1. Lobethal: (none
Best - Bridgewater-Calli: S.
McDonald, H. Wenk, T. Filmer,
B. Northby-Louch, X. Leigh.
Lobethal: (none received).
5-16 (46) d Uraidla Districts
Goals - Ironbank-Cherry
Gardens: B. McGown 2, I. King,
A. Hunt, J. Matthews each 1.
Uraidla Dist: (none received).
Best - Ironbank-Cherry
Gardens: C. Grigg, J. Light, S.
Matthews, L. Fish, C. Newman.
Uraidla Dist: (none received).
TORRENS VALLEY DARTS
Hahndorf Heat 10-20 d Mt
Torrens Legless 3-10. Most
Pegs: A. Searl 8. Highest Peg:
A. Searl 100. Low Dart Game:
A. Searl 20. Best Average:
A. Searl 19.91; Mt Torrens
Travellers 9-17 d Mt Torrens
Rot 4-12. Most Pegs: M. Smyth
10. Highest Peg: M. Smyth
120. Best Average: M. Smyth
21.53; Mt Torrens Tossas 7-16
d Hahndorf Jackpots 6-14.
Most Pegs: J. Linke 6, J. Kay
6. Highest Peg: C. Sumner 106.
Best Average: L. Searl 21.98.
Mt Torrens Pymmie Trumpet
& Max Payne 8-17 d Mt
Torrens The High Rollers
4-13. Most Pegs: M. Sumner 6,
J. Payne 8, B. Sorell 6. Highest
Peg: J. Payne 57; Woodside
Cwa 11-23 d Totness The
Bullshooters 1-7. Most Pegs:
I. Politis 9. Highest Peg: C.
Gillespie 60. T. Bowman 60; Mt
Torrens Hit n Miss 9-19 d Mt
Torrens Dream Team 3-7. Most
Pegs: C. Fleming 48. Highest
Peg: A. Taylor 8.
ADELAIDE HILLS JUNIOR
Under 13 Girls
Hahndorf 5 d Torrens Valley 4.
Goals: Penalty Shoot Out.
Best: Torrens Valley - E. Miller,
H. Toholke, E. Homer. Hahndorf
- M. Lyall, Z. Broster, M.
Spanner.Under 17 Girls
Strathalbyn 1 d Hahndorf
Goals: Strathalbyn - E. Wilson.
Best: Strathalbyn - Z. Evans,
E. Wilson, E. Cozamanis.
Hahndorf White - A. Bottin, N.
Maxwell, C. Severin.
Hahndorf White 6 d
Goals: Hahndorf White - W.
Anning, K. Gibbs, A. Wilkins.
Bridgewater - C. Rollings.
Best: Hahndorf White - W.
Anning, A. Wilkins, B. Dowling.
Bridgewater - (none received).
Stirling East Blue 4 d Stirling
Districts Blue 0.
Goals: Stirling East Blue - O.
Wright, N. Robinson, B. Harris.
Best: Stirling East Blue - B.
Harris, E. Petersen, O. Wright.
Stirling Districts Blue - C.
March, M. Stevels, A. Jones.
Stirling Districts 2 d
Goals: Stirling Districts - W.
Blewden, C. Hulst.
Best: Stirling Districts - M.
Kenyon, C. Hurst, J. Ransome.
Strathalbyn - Z. Goodwin, K.
Bailey, K. Simons.
Baker, Weyland, Gomez, Coz and Rayner gave the
mid- elders a plethora of supply, who through the crisp
passing and teamwork of Doley, Kell, Martin, Dowling and
Anning had numerous shots on goals. This culminated in
the well taken corner kicks taken by Gibbs.
A wonderful slide tackle from Weyland highlighted a
complete defensive effort on the starved Bridgewater
Further goals to Anning and Wilkins completed a
dominant and unbeaten start to the season by Hahndorf.
Bridgewater can be proud of its` hard work on the day
and outstanding achievement in reaching the nal.
Both teams can look forward with con dence to the
Under 13 girls
Torrens Valley and Hahndorf played out a close cup
There was solid defence throughout the game, which
prevented any goals being scored through to end of extra
Both sides had several chances near goal mouth and
there were lots of determination displayed by both sides.
Stirling District Blue hosted Stirling East Blue at
Bradwood Park in the cup nal.
In an eagerly awaited clash on a very cold and foggy
night, both sides were under control of the officiating
referee Hasan Ljevakovic on a perfectly prepared pitch.
Stirling East began con dently, with two early shots on
goal that were well saved by Stirling Districts' keeper
However, it was not long before Oliver Wright put Stirling
East ahead 1-0 in the fourth minute.
Despite Stirling District settling into the match and play
being very even, Stirling East scored a second goal from
Nicholas Robinson in the 21st minute.
This second goal de ated Stirling Districts and Stirling
East were now in command.
Stirling East scored a third goal in the 27th minute from
Ben Harris and his side was now ahead 3-0.
Stirling East's keeper Alexander Kozlow was rarely
called into action and watched in the 29th minute when
Stirling District's Sirak Gehling hit the cross bar.
This cruelly denied Stirling District a goal.
Stirling East's better players in the rst half included
Oliver Wright, Connor Fenlon and Ben Harris.
Stirling Districts were well served by Gehling, Brodie
White and Callum Ryan.
Stirling Districts began the second half with Max
Prior now the keeper and were again unlucky not to
score their rst goal, when Lachlan Pattullo's shot was
brilliantly tipped over the cross bar by Stirling East's
Stirling East were unlucky when Eli Petersen just
missed his shot on goal.
The match was now a very even contest and both sides
played pressure football.
Stirling East's Wirght, Petersen and Harris played well,
along with Stirling District's Alistair Jones, Stevels and
In the 58th minute the match was decided when Stirling
East's Wright scored his second goal.
Stirling East led 4-0, which remained the nal score
in a match that was well officiated, played in a fantastic
spirit by both sides and warmly appreciated by the good
Stirling East were then crowned winners of the 2016
AHJSA Under 14 Cup.
Stirling Districts and Strathalbyn's cup nal was an
exciting game full of action.
In the rst half the Strathalbyn Strikers had several
chances at goal, including two penalty shots, however,
was not able to score.
In the last minute of the rst half Stirling Districts scored
the rst goal.
Once again in the second half, there was a battle
between both teams with both sides' defensive lines
standing strong and stopping attempts for goals.
It wasn't until the last ve minutes that Stirling Districts
penetrated the Strathalbyn Strikers defensive line with a
goal that was out of reach for the goalie.
Strathalbyn started well with numerous runs down the
mid eld and put Stirling under early pressure.
Some great shots from Strathalbyn strikers had Stirling's
goalie Will Ransome on his toes.
Stirling's Ransome, Kenyon, Hickman and Taylor
worked a solid defensive line, making it difficult for
Strathalbyn to nd space and penetrate.
Stirling's mid eld Parr, Hulst played early balls into a
fast Thompson and Caruana, however, with continuous
spoils from the Strathalbyn defence.
Thirty minutes into the rst half there was still no score
with both teams settling and trying to nd weaknesses
with the opposition.
Parr was unlucky not to score for Stirling with a powerful
shot outside the box, only to be pushed smartly over the
Strathalbyn continued to forge hard into the box, which
resulted in desperate attempts from Stirling's defence to
clear the ball.
A penalty was awarded to Strathalbyn and luckily for
Stirling the shot narrowly missed.
The tempo remained fast, with both teams attacking
anything that resembled a loose ball.
Stirling's Faehrmann converted a header to Caruana,
which was unlucky not to hit the target.
Caruana made further ran down the right wing, only to
be intercepted by the formidable Strathalbyn defence.
Stirling's Blewden made passionate runs into box and
nicely converted a cross ball to gain Stirling's rst goal.
Honours go to Strathalbyn in the rst half, who seemed
to desire the ball more in challenges.
Stirling Districts started the second half with enthused
energy and determination.
A few positional changes were made and results were
Stirling's Hulst and Caruana worked hard together and
controlled the mid eld.
Stirling appeared to have settled with more frequent
Strathalbyn continued to press only to be stopped by
Kenyon and Ransome.
Fast balls were played down both sides.
Stirling's Taylor, Palmer and Thompson worked nicely
on the left with Delaney and Faehrmann on the right.
Again both defensive lines were tight and made
attacking patterns difficult to penetrate.
Strathalbyn were reduced to 10 players after a harsh
reckless tackle, this appeared to have little effect, as
Strathalbyn continued to perform strongly.
Goal of the season came from Stirling's mid elder
Cameron Hulst, who delivered an awe inspiring out
swinging corner kick that self guided itself into the back
of the net.
The game nished with Stirling Districts holding a two
Congratulations to both teams who played in the nals.
They clearly both deserved to be there providing
spectators with a proud solid performance.
Strathalbyn Strikers and Hahndorf White's Cup Final
was held on the main pitch at the Hawks Nest, with ne
weather promising for a great match.
The rst half started with the ball spending most of the
time in Hahndorf's forward half, however, Hahndorf could
not capitalise on this advantage.
Several dangerous counter attacks from Strathalbyn
gave the impression it was more likely to score.
Hahndorf defenders, Cate Severin and Shana McCleary
were well supported by Arwen DePree and Catherine
Goddard, who held rm for the whole rst half.
Strathalbyn had two good shots at goal, which were well
de ected by Hahndorf's goal keeper, Francesca Queale.
Hahndorf's Nadia Maxwell made a cross into goal,
which opened up the Strathalbyn defence, but didn't
Nicola Lieff on the wing for Hahndorf headed a high ball,
which went just over the cross bar and was a highlight.
Angelina Bottin showed superior ball handling skills and
fed hard working forwards Maxwell, Eliza Stone, Mallory
Leckey and Ruby Mason.
The second half moved up a gear with Strathalbyn
doing most of the attacking and were rewarded about
ve minutes in with a goal from Ella Wilson from about
ve metres out directly in front of goal.
Both teams were even in eld play.
Hahndorf had the best chances for goal with the closest
from a free kick lobbed into the goal square, which was
almost put away by Marisa Jackman.
A tough game played in good spirit by both sides with
congratulations going to Strathalbyn who took out the
cup with a 1-0 win.
Cup action concludes
Hahndorf Black 12-11 (83) d
Mt Lofty Red 1-0 (6)
Goals - Hahndorf: J. Butler 5,
W. Boyce 4, R. Humphrys 2. Mt
Lofty: X. Burch 1.
Best - Hahndorf: T. Machell, R.
Humphreys, M. Lenger. Mt Lofty
Red: X. Burch, H. Harrison, A.
Blackwood Green 12-14 (86)
d Echunga 1-6 (12)
Best - Blackwood: Byleveld,
Bowen, Baldwin. Echunga:
Schultz, Gamba, Mayes.
Goals - Blackwood: Bell 3,
Scholz 2, Taylor 2, Mackie
2, Hockley, Baldwin, Mines,
Billing each 1. Echunga: (none
Onka Valley Red 13-3 (81) d
Onka Valley Blue 1-4 (10)
Best - Onka Red: P. Hazel,
J. Crawford, L. Queale. Onka
Blue: J. Schmidt, N. Chassiotis,
Goals - Onka Red: P. Hazel
4, J. Crawford 3, J. Madigan
2, L. Queale 2, J. Heading, H.
Schultz each 1. Onka Blue: J.
Uraidla 7-5 (47) d Mt Lofty
Black 3-2 (20)
Best - Uraidla: J. Milosevic, F.
Cordes, J. Vince. Mt Lofty: S.
Nichols, H. Briggs, S. Yates, A.
Hutton, O. Gibbons.
Goals - Uraidla: J. Vince 4, F.
Cordes 2, H. Briggs 1. Mt Lofty:
Z. Sigalas, A. Hutton, S. Nichols
Hahndorf White 12-8 (80) d
Nairne White 1-2 (8)
Best - Hahndorf: H. Schubert,
P. Zahra, S. Wyszynski. Nairne:
E.Schultze, B.Vaneck Braine,
Goals - Hahndorf: A.Huxtable 3,
B. Somer eld 2, M. Moulding 2.
Nairne: E. Schultze 1.
Bridgewater 10-8 (68) d
Birdwood 0-3 (3)
Best - Bridgewater: C.
Borneman, T. Braddock, D.
Olthoft. Birdwood: A. Spiers,
J. Hentschke, I. Mulyk, K.
Goals - Bridgewater: C.
Borneman 5, C. Macey, L.
Smiles, D. Stubing, D. Olthoft, Z.
Braddock each 1.
Mt Barker 9-13 (67) d Lobethal
Best - Mt Barker: J. Venus, J.
Filmer, T. Cook. Lobethal: O.
Loffler, J. Pretious, A. Fitzgerald,
K. Bailey, J. Wood.
Goals - Mt Barker: J. Filmer 2,
H. Raidis 2, C. Uebergang 2, T.
Cook, R. Taylor, B. Sumerling
Onka Valley Blue 4-15 (39)
d Onka Valley White 3-0
Best - Onka Blue: B. Crawford,
F. Roberts, J. French. Onka
White: C. Harrison, B. Broers, C.
Norman, L. Rivett.
Goals - Onka Blue: C.
McGowan 2, B. Crawford, H.
Edwards each 1. Onka White: K.
Meldrum 2, T. Fox 1.
Mt Lofty White 12-4 (76) d
Ironbank 5-8 (38)
Best - Mt Lofty: R. Morris, H.
Proske, L. Estrella, H. Hartwig,
E. Fowden. Ironbank: B.
Bilsborow, T. Axford, E. Hindle.
Goals - Mt Lofty: R. Morris 5,
H. Proske 2, E. Fowden, L.
Estrella, J. Clarke, D. Peake,
H. Hartwig each 1. Ironbank:
M. Matheson 2, J. Golding 2, J.
Mt Lofty Red 14-8 (92) d
Bridgewater 1-0 (6)
Best - Mt Lofty Red: F. Griffin,
C. Fowlie, S. Lennon, F.
Gehling, B. Yates. Bridgewater:
L. Goldstone, I. Gerritsen, M.
Wise, A. Kelledy, G. Files.
Goals - Mt Lofty Red: F.Gehling
4, O.Finnis 4, H. Illman 2, C.
Fowlie, S. Lennon, F. Griffin, B.
McArthur each 1. Bridgewater: I.
Meadows 8-4 (52) d
Maccles eld 1-0 (6)
Best - Meadows: T. Parker,
J. Frankel, D. Hughes.
Maccles eld: Reece, Cruz.
Goals - Meadows: D. Ballantyne
2, J. Hughes 2, A. Greaves, C.
Bailey, C. Bailey, R. Bow each
1. Maccles eld: (none received).
Kersbrook 11-6 (72) d Nairne
Best - Kersbrook: B. Mitchell,
O. Doybon, J. Dixie. Nairne: L.
Llewellyn, M. Grivell, J. Wilton.
Goals - Kersbrook: D.Bretig
4, J. Thomas 2, N. Poppin
2, J. Wallace, J. Morgan, K.
Willsmore each 1. Nairne: C.
Schubert 3, L. Llewellyn, M.
Grivell, L. Fatchen each 1.
Mt Barker 9-11 (65) d Nairne
Best - Mt Barker: H. Politis,
T. Christian, T. Politis, K.
Donaldson. Nairne: C. Simpson,
A. White, C. Billing.
Goals - Mt Barker: J. Noonan
3, J. Kirk 2, K. Donaldson 2,
S. Pezzetta, O. Christensen
each 1. Nairne: I. Watkins 4,
R. Hough, A. White, C. Muller
Onkas 26-14 (170) d Torrens
Best - Onkas: W. Harvey, T.
Heading, H. Giles, M. Motto,
W. Humble. Torrens Valley: J.
Lawson, Z. Hughes, R. O'Shea,
L. Edmunds, S. Edwards.
Goals - T. Heading 4, Z. P effer,
W. Humble 3, B. Smith 3, J.
Molier 3, T. Hanson 2, H. Giles
2, W. Harvey 2, O. Nugent, B.
May, L. Kemp, M. Motto each 1.
Mt Lofty White 6-6 (42) d
Uraidla 3-9 (27)
Best - Mt Lofty: L. Clark, C.
Morbey, J. Blows, D. Anderson,
O. Clements. Uraidla: B. Hogan,
C. Lewis, J. Kha, L. Freschi, L.
Goals - Mt Lofty: M. Newbury 2,
M. Falhey 2, J. Trowbridge, O.
Baulderstone each 1. Uraidla: T.
Makings 2, L. Squires 1.
Birdwood 8-6 (54) d Lobethal
Best - Birdwood: H. May, A.
Shapley, D. Lovell, K. Leray, S.
Moreley. Lobethal: S. Steiner, A.
Foracre, J. Green.
Goals - Birdwood: H. Cavuoto 3,
S. Morley 2, H. Davis, H. May,
C. Hylan each 1. Lobethal: B.
Bevan. UNDER 11
Mt Barker 8-4 (51) d Nairne
Best - Mt Barker: J. Sampson,
L. Howe, C. Ryan-Borbasi, L.
Davis. Nairne: S. May, H. Lynn,
Goals - Mt Barker: F. Samavdzic
2, I. Doyle, J. Sampson, J.
Ferber, J. England, L. Howe, Z.
Web each 1. Nairne; H. Lynn, L.
Bellinger, C. Obst, J. Ta each 1.
Mount Lofty 5-8 (38) d
Ironbank 0-1 (1)
Best - Mt Lofty: T. McCourt, H.
Quigley, W. Gilbert, J. Williams,
S. Robinson. Ironbank: R.
Downes, F. Wickham-Ellenway,
Goals - Mt Lofty: F. Wakelin,
T. McCourt, O. Cullinam, F.
Farmer, S. Robinson each 1.
Uraidla 6-4 (40) d Meadows
Best - Uraidla: T. Richardson,
W. Godfrey, H. Nitschke, T.
Edwardes, E. Nightingale.
Meadows: (none received).
Goals - Uraidla: H. Nitschke
3, K. Verrall, W. Godfrey, T.
Edwardes each 1.
Bridgewater 6-3 (39) d Mt
Lofty Red 5-4 (34)
Best - Bridgewater: H. Spencer,
D. Kenny, T. Bornerman. Mt
Lofty: J. Scharpf, J. Sigalas, J.
Goals - Bridgewater: H. Spencer
2, T. Sanderson, T. Borneman,
H. Brumpton, D. Kenny each
1. Mt Lofty: L. Roberts 2, H.
Brosch, L. Rawlinson, J. Steel
Scott each 1.
Gumeracha 5-5 (35) d
Birdwood 3-2 (20)
Best - Gumeracha: C. Smyth,
C. Tobin, Z. Jaffa. Birdwood:
C. Duke, M. Adamson, K.
Hentscke, Z. McKenny, I.
Goals - Gumeracha: Z. Frances
2, Z. Jaffa 2, A. Edwards 1.
Birdwood: H. Cavuoto, H.
Trucilo, C. Duke each 1.
Uraidla 6-4 (40) d Meadows
Best - Uraidla: T. Richardson,
W. Godfrey, H. Nitschke, T.
Edwards, E. Nightingale.
Meadows: O. Back, T. Brezniak,
Goals - Uraidla: H. Nitschke
3, T. Edwards, K. Verrall, W.
Godfrey each 1.
Continued from Sport 10
The second half was much more entertaining, as both sides started to nd space.
Nathan Done required a change of boots, as he found grip hard to come by and the
ageing front man was again on his backside after a clumsy tackle that led to a Barker
Bolton stepped up and his strong shot was remarkably saved by the keeper for a corner.
The resultant corner resulted in Pulteney inexplicably throwing a shoulder at the ball and
a second penalty awarded.
This time it was converted by the effervescent Done.
Minutes later, the visitors equalised after a mistake in the Barker defence led to a simple
goal via a de ection.
The Crusaders dug deep and the entry of veteran star Andy Marshall and Olly Woods
added experience into the mid eld and the Crusaders never looked back.
Full back John Fillbrook red home his rst Barker goal from close range, quickly followed
by a Paul Bolton cracker that was the least the forward deserved as he also hit the
woodwork a second time minutes later.
The game was controlled by the Crusaders from that point on and playing coach Edmondo
Palumbo led the players to another deserved victory with the nal score ending 3-1.
Battle of the Hills
Continued from Sport 10
Hahndorf points: 18, 74.31%;
Uraidla Districts 16, 76.41;
Blackwood 14, 79.65; Ironbank
12, 60.63; Onka Valley 10,
65.08; Lobethal 6, 44.56; Mt
Barker 6, 38.15; Mt Lofty 4,
39.28; Torrens Valley 4, 35.11;
Echunga 0, 6.84.
Hahndorf 18, 79.64; Blackwood
10, 63.72; Uraidla Districts
10, 55.25; Lobethal 10, 50.28;
Onka Valley 9, 53.11; Ironbank
9, 49.78; Mt Lofty 8, 55.81; Mt
Barker 8, 52.77; Echunga 8,
47.51; Torrens Valley 0, 6.07.
Birdwood points: 17, 75.39%;
Nairne-Bremer 14, 66.48;
64.97; Maccles eld 14, 64.00;
Kersbrook 10, 50.47; Meadows
7, 42.64; Gumeracha 2, 18.76;
Kangarilla 2, 18.52.
Senior Col ts
Nairne-Bremer 16, 74.75;
Kersbrook 12, 64.88; Birdwood
10, 58.56; Kangarilla 10,
50.30; Maccles eld 6, 36.17;
36.78, Meadows 2, 29.44.
Nairne-Bremer 20, 80.00;
Kersbrook 15, 69.75;
58.40; Kangarilla 10, 47.93;
Gumeracha 3, 27.89; Birdwood
2, 18.10. Mini Colts
Kangarilla 18, 83.00;
10, 55.20; Mt Lofty 8, 50.09;
Maccles eld 8, 37.12; Nairne-
Bremer 8, 27.22; Meadows 6,
39.63; Birdwood 6, 33.33.
Blackwood points: 12, 76.84%;
Hahndorf 12, 67.71; Milang
8, 65.38; Ironban k 8, 58.66;
Lobethal 4, 29.59; Uraidla
Districts 2, 38.12; Bridgewater-
Callington 2, 20.58.
SOUTHERN GOLF GROUP
A1: Willunga 4 d South Lakes
3; Links Lady Bay 6 d Fleurieu
1; Mt Barker-Hahndorf 4 d
Echunga 3. A2: McCracken 6 d
Mt Barker-Hahndorf 1; Echunga
3 1/2 sq Murray Bridge 3 1/2;
Victor Harbor 7 d Oakbank 0.
B1: South Lakes 5 d Fleurieu
2; Willunga 3 1/2 sq Echunga 3
1/2; Strathalbyn 3 1/2 sq Victor
Harbor 3 1/2. B2: Murray Bridge
3 1/2 sq South Lakes 3 1/2;
Links Lady Bay 5 d McCracken
2; Willunga 7 d Bye 0. B3:
South Lakes 4 d Echunga 3;
Oakbank 5 d Yankalilla 2; Mt
Barker-Hahndorf 4 1/2 d Links
Lady Bay 2 1/2. C1: Echunga
4 d Murray Bridge 3; Willunga
5 d Fleurieu 2; Oakbank 3 1/2
sq Victor Harbor 3 1/2. C2:
Yankalilla 4 d Strathalbyn 3;
Willunga 6 d McCracken 1;
Nairne 4 d Mt Barker-Hahndorf
Hahndorf 18, 83.68; Mt Lofty
16, 69.40; Blackwood 14, 73.72;
Ironbank 12, 78.51; Mt Barker
8, 46.28; Lobethal 8, 40.59;
Onka Valley 6, 50.00; Hahndorf
Lions 6, 25.78; Echunga 2,
20.56; Uraidla Districts 0, 2.76.
Blackwood 18, 85.42; Onka
Valley 16, 81.83; Mt Lofty 14,
82.66; Hahndorf 12, 68.98; Mt
Barker 10, 59.31; Ironbank 6,
32.21; Hahndorf Lions 6, 31.01;
Echunga 4, 20.65; Lobethal 2,
21.44; Uraidla Districts 2, 18.05.
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