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ARE OTHER RIVERLAND HOCKEY PLAYERS FOLLOWING IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF OUR OLYMPIANS?

ARE OTHER RIVERLAND HOCKEY PLAYERS FOLLOWING IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF OUR OLYMPIANS?

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With former Berri juniors Karri McMahon and Georgie Parker named amongst 12 debutants in the Australian Hockeyroos squad to compete in the Olympic Games in Rio in August the question must be asked -- are a number of other Riverland players making progress towards taking their careers to a much highe ...
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ALEXANDER HILL OFF TO ROWING IN RIO OLYMPICS

ALEXANDER HILL OFF TO ROWING IN RIO OLYMPICS

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23 year old Alexander Hill, formerly of Loxton North, has been chosen in the Australian Men's Fours Rownng crew to compete in the Rio Olympics next month.Alexander, making his Olympic debut, will be joined by three rowers who are appearing at this level for the second time, Joshua Dunkley Smith, Wil ...
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HATTRICK OF CLOSE RIVERLAND VICTORIES IN JUNIOR FOOTBALL

HATTRICK OF CLOSE RIVERLAND VICTORIES IN JUNIOR FOOTBALL

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Riverland commenced what is planned to be an annual event when its Under 13,15 and 18 Junior Football teams met Barossa Light and Gawler at Nuriootpa on Saturday.Riverland played BL & G in the two older age divisions in 2015 but the Under 13 level was introduced for this season.The competition repla ...
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SEVEN GOAL SAM BOOTS PEAKE TO VICTORY IN MALLEE FOOTBALL

SEVEN GOAL SAM BOOTS PEAKE TO VICTORY IN MALLEE FOOTBALL

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Sam Braidwood's seven goals for Peake played a major part in another impressive victory for his team, 15.14 !04) to 12.11 (83) over long term Mallee Football heavy weights, Border Downs Tintinaro, last Saturday.There was a real look of 'finals football' about the Peake win.It led 7.2 to 3.2, 10.4 to ...
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CELLAR DWELLERS INJECT LIFE INTO MALLEE NETBALL SEASON

CELLAR DWELLERS INJECT LIFE INTO MALLEE NETBALL SEASON

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In a weekend of surprise Mallee Netball results in the six team A Grade competition the bottom two teams Peake and Districts and Karoonda Districts belied their lowly positions to upset top teams.In fact there could well have been three upsets out of three as ladder leader Murrayville just finished ...
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ISABELLA CANT WINS SAPSASA CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIP

ISABELLA CANT WINS SAPSASA CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIP

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St Joseph School, Renmark, student Isabella Cant won the State 11 year old girls title at the SAPSASA Country Championships at Oakbank recently.44 students from across the region formed the Riverland team.Deteriorating conditions during the event saw the heavy rain reduce the course to a mud pit but ...
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BARMERA AND OLYMPIC WIN IN A GRADE SOCCER

BARMERA AND OLYMPIC WIN IN A GRADE SOCCER

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Barmera United showed greater desperation and team work to defeat Berri River Rangers 7-4 in last Sunday's round of Riverland A Grade soccer.In a battle within a battle in the entertaining and at times bone crunching contest Brock Van Der Biezen produced a best on field performance for the Pelicans ...
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SOME TIGHT GAMES OF RIVERLAND HOCKEY

SOME TIGHT GAMES OF RIVERLAND HOCKEY

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Loxton defeated Berri 2-0 in last weekend's round of Men's A Grade Hockey with its goals coming from Michael Lange and Riley Gibbs.The game, as the low scoring suggests, was hard fought with Nathan Fielke, Tim Pannell and Steven Trezise prominent for the winner and Anthony Segui, Nathan Bradford and ...
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‘FINALS TYPE’ FOOTBALL IN RIVERLAND A GRADE

‘FINALS TYPE’ FOOTBALL IN RIVERLAND A GRADE

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Barmera Monash defeated Waikerie by one point after a genuine arm wrestle in Riverland A Grade Football last Saturday.The Roos trailed Waikerie by 6 and 7 points at the first two intervals but had hit the lead by 11 at three quarter time before hanging on grimly to win 10.12 (72) to 10.11 (71).Luke ...
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CARNAGE BEST DESCRIBES INDEPENDENT FOOTBALL RESULTS

CARNAGE BEST DESCRIBES INDEPENDENT FOOTBALL RESULTS

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In Saturday's Independent Football results Paringa scored 22 second half goals to defeat Cobdogla 30.12 (192) to 2.2 (14), Lyrup left Sedan Cambrai in its dust after half time to win 20.15 (135) to 6.2 (38), Browns Well 26.17 (173) defeated Wunkar 2.5 (17) and Ramco won 22.17 (149) to Blanchetown Sw ...
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