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LOXTON’S BILLIE JO HAMMERSTEIN AND TIM PANNELL WIN A GRADE HOCKEY BEST & FAIREST AWARDS

LOXTON’S BILLIE JO HAMMERSTEIN AND TIM PANNELL WIN A GRADE HOCKEY BEST & FAIREST AWARDS

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Former Australian Country Women's Hockey representative and dual Riverland Sportsperson of the Year Billie Jo Hammerstein has won yet another Best and Fairest A Grade Women's Best and Fairest Award in the Riverland Association.The win announced at last Saturday night's Presentation Dinner even came ...
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HECTIC HOCKEY GRAND FINALS LOOM

HECTIC HOCKEY GRAND FINALS LOOM

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In next Saturday's A Grade Hockey Grand Finals at Glassey Park Loxton will play Waikerie in the Men's A Grade and Berri in the Women's.Last Saturday in the Men's Preliminary Final Loxton reacted to its one goal loss to Waikerie in the Second Semi by defeating Renmark 6-0 with Tim Pannell scoring two ...
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BOMBERS’ MARCUS MAWE WINS INDEPENDENT DUTHIE MEDAL

BOMBERS’ MARCUS MAWE WINS INDEPENDENT DUTHIE MEDAL

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Browns Well's Marcus Mawe polled 24 votes to win the 2015 Independent Football competition's Best and Fairest Award, the Duthie Medal, at the annual Presentation Dinner at the Cobdogla Club on Monday night.Mawe made an immediate impact on the competition when recruited by the Bomers in 2014 but in 2 ...
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HAWKS SEND PEAKE OFF FOR A MASSIVE CHALLENGE IN MALLEE FOOTBALL

HAWKS SEND PEAKE OFF FOR A MASSIVE CHALLENGE IN MALLEE FOOTBALL

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Lameroo broke right away from Peake in the second half of last Saturday's A Grade Second Semi Final in Mallee League Football and Peake now faces the daunting task of facing reigning premier BDT  in next Saturday's Preliminary Final.Peake at least faces the challenge on its home ground.At the same ...
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HOCKEY SEMI FINALS TURN UP MORE SURPRISES

HOCKEY SEMI FINALS TURN UP MORE SURPRISES

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Upsets or surprises? No matter what you call them the 2015 Hockey season continued to be hard to follow when 'elimination' and 'qualification' were played over the weekend.In the Elimination Finals between the thirdand fourth placed teams Renmark ended Berri's season in A Grade Men. In the first hal ...
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BARMERA PELICANS LOOKING GOOD FOR A TOP FOUR CUP DOUBLE

BARMERA PELICANS LOOKING GOOD FOR A TOP FOUR CUP DOUBLE

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Both the Barmera Soccer Club's A Grade Men's and Women's teams seem well placed to win the Top Four Cup in their competitions.The two teams have already clinched a 2015 premiership double for their clubs.The Women's team made sure of the title with a brilliant 6-0 victory over Berri River Rangers on ...
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MONASH CLUB AND LOXTON RSL IN CLOSE EIGHTBALL CLASH

MONASH CLUB AND LOXTON RSL IN CLOSE EIGHTBALL CLASH

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Monash Clu with outstanding efforts from D Stieler and R Roissetter defeated Loxton RSL 9-7 in Round 16 of Riverland Division One Eightball last week. A Musolino and J McInnes played well for Loxton RSL. Other matches were decided by comfortable margins. Lyrup Club (M Seeby) beat Renmark Mices (A Mi ...
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LOXTON NORTH TO PLAY RENMARK IN A1 AND A2 NETBALL GRAND FINALS.

LOXTON NORTH TO PLAY RENMARK IN A1 AND A2 NETBALL GRAND FINALS.

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Renmark worked its way into the A1 nd A2 Netball Grand Finals against Loxon North at Renmark Stadium next weekend when it defeated Loxton in both grades in the Preliminary Finals at Loxton last Friday night.In the A1 game experienced Renmark coach Ann Noack made wholesale changes to her normal line ...
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RIVERLAND UNDER 14 TEAM COMPLETES SOCCER CHAMPIONSHIP DOUBLE

RIVERLAND UNDER 14 TEAM COMPLETES SOCCER CHAMPIONSHIP DOUBLE

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After winning the State Under 14 Championship undefeated in Adelaide in June the Riverland team repeated the effort in the SA Country Junior Championships held at Renmark last weekend.Again it was unbeaten but unlike the event in Adelaide in June when it won most games easily on this latest occasion ...
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MATT BENSON OVERCOMES CYCLING SCRATCH MARK AGAIN

MATT BENSON OVERCOMES CYCLING SCRATCH MARK AGAIN

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Twelve riders turned out in great conditions after a fog lifted all eager to take home the prestigious Stan Heritage Handicap Memorial Shield for the next 12 months.The limit bunch comprised Angelo Ylia, Peter Weston, and Clayton Bond followed six minutes later by Glen O'Brien, Mick Gray, Lee Rashee ...
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