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44 Yorke Peninsula Country Times Tuesday, January 24, 2017
Bute 11 rubbers, 15 sets, 99 games d
Kadina Red 1, 2, 37.
Doubles: S Trengove, S Crosby 2 sets, 16
games d A Franke, C Morris 1, 11; S Arthur,
B Arthur 2, 12 d B Junggeburt, H Zwar 0, 5;
A Cock, H Paterson 2, 12 d L Mildren, M
Galbraith 0, 1; C Daniel, B Daniel 2, 12 d A
Kuta, J Hein 0, 3
Singles: Sam Trengove d Aaron Franke 6-1,
Simon Crosby d Chris Morris 6-1, Scott Arthur
d Brett Junggeburt 6-4, Haydn Paterson lost to
Hannah Zwar 5-7, Adam Cock d Lori Mildren
6-1, Brodie Arthur d Mikayla Gailbraith 6-1,
Caitlin Daniel d Adrian Kuta 6-1, Brad Daniel
d Jarrod Hein 6-1.
Cunliffe Blue 7, 9, 71 d Paskeville 5, 7, 59.
Doubles: S Clayson, W Pearce 0, 3 lost to B
Crosby, R James 2, 12; D Clayson, T Correll 2,
13 d B Meier, N Rendell 0, 8; T Barker, R
Mattschoss 2, 12 d B Crosby, K Cock 0, 1; D
Bussenschutt, L van der Westhuizen 0, 5 lost
to K Larsson, J Koch 2, 12.
Singles: Sam Clayson lost to Brett Crosby
6-7, Darryl Clayson lost to Richard James 1-
6, Will Pearce d Brad Meier 6-2, Tim Correll
d Nick Rendell 6-3, Trevor Barker d Beck
Crosby 6-0, Duncan Bussenschutt d Krystal
Cock 6-1, Rachael Mattschoss d Kathy
Larsson 6-1, Lara van der Westhuizen lost to
Justine Koch 1-6.
Kadina Black 8, 11, 81 d Wallaroo Red 4, 5, 56.
Doubles: C Marks, B Stringer 2, 12 d D
Tappin, T Klingner 0, 6; L Scott, J
Kretschmer 2, 12 d L Agnew, A Phillips 0, 5;
S Power, A Franke 2, 12 d B Raymond, B
Williamson 0, 5; A Sands, B Marks 0, 7 lost to
S Roennfeldt, A Macfarlane 2, 13.
Singles: Corey Marks lost to Dylan Tappin
3-6, Brian Stringer d Tyson Klingner 6-0,
Lachlan Scott d Luke Agnew 6-2, John
Kretschmer d Belinda Raymond 6-3, Shane
Power d Adam Phillips 6-2, Alex Franke lost
to Belinda Williamson 2-6, Tony Sands d
Shari Roennfeldt 6-2, Breanna Marks lost to
Al Macfarlane 3-6.
Kadina White 8, 11, 87 d Moonta 4, 7, 72.
Doubles: J Lawry, T Schild 2, 17 d D
Johnstone, S Andrews 1, 12; L Rowan, B
Chapman 2, 15 d G Johnstone, M Johnstone
1, 12; A Eden, R Chapman 2, 12 d J Shipard,
Hier, J Coombes 2, 12.
Singles: James Larwy d Danny Johnstone 6-
0, Lynton Rowan lost to Scott Andrews 1-6,
Tom Schild d Gary Johnstone 6-4, Brad
Chapman d Mark Johnstone 6-3, Alex Eden d
John Shipard 6-0, Richard Chapman d Shelley
Hier 7-6, Jo Eglinton lost to Cam Buck 3-6,
Rachael Wells lost to Jo Coombes 1-6.
Lochiel d Wallaroo Blue (forfeit).
Thomas Plains d Cunliffe Gold (forfeit).
Curramulka Black 12 sets, 85 games d
Curramulka White 4, 63.
Doubles: J Cockington, T Short d N Clift, P
Short 7-5; Gr Agnew, L Short d Ga Agnew, R
Brown 6-1; J Anderson, N Hoyle d H Short,
L Forbes 6-3; D Agnew, A Hickman d S
Wescombe, L Reade 6-3.
Singles: Jack Cockington lost to Nick Clift 6-
7, Tom Short d Patrick Short 6-3, Greg Agnew
d Gabbi Agnew 6-4, Lyndall Short d Rebecca
Brown 7-5, Jasper Anderson lost to Hannah
Short 2-6, Nikki Hoyle d Lauren Forbes 6-2,
Deb Agnew d Sandra Wescombe 6-2, Abigail
Hickman d Lachlan Reade 6-4.
Doubles: J Cockington, Gr Agnew d N
Clift, Ga Agnew 6-3; T Short, L Short lost to
P Short, R Brown 3-6; J Anderson, D Agnew
lost to H Short, S Wescombe 0-6; N Hoyle, A
Hickman d L Forbes, L Reade 6-3.
Yorketown 11, 77 d Koolywurtie 5, 64.
Doubles: S Heinrich-Smith, E Goldsmith d
M Cook, P Cook 6-3; S Bajcarz, J Thompson
d A Thompson, G Treasure 6-4; E Bajcarz, A
Schmidt lost to M Thompson, G Cook 1-6; S
Heinrich-Smith, T Haywood lost to E
McDonnell, K Cook 6-7.
Singles: Stuart Heinrich-Smith d Mark
Cook 6-0, Emma Goldsmith d Peter Cook 6-
4, Steph Bajcarz d Alby Thompson 7-5, James
Thompson d Gilbert Treasure 7-5, Emily
Bajcarz d Mandy Thompson 6-2, Angela
Schmidt lost to Graham Cook 1-6, Sue-Ann
Heinrich-Smith d Ethan McDonnell 6-3,
Teresa Haywood lost to Kaitlin Cook 1-6.
Doubles: S Heinrich-Smith, S Bajcarz d M
Cook, A Thompson 6-1; E Goldsmith, J
Thompson d P Cook, G Treasure 6-4; E
Bajcarz, S Heinrich-Smith d M Thompson, E
McDonnell 6-2; A Schmidt, T Haywood lost
to G Cook, K Cook 1-6.
Another week and more
In the SYP association,
Coobowie forfeited to
Warooka. On NYP, Wal -
laroo Blue forfeited to
Lochiel and Cunliffe Gold
forfeited to Thomas Plains.
Hopefully, with school
returning next week,
everyone will be back into
routine and able to fill
sides for the remainder of
The two Curry teams
played off and, while the
weather was hot, some of
the shots were not!
The afternoon was a bit
lower standard than nor-
mal, which players were
still in holiday mode?
Tom Short must have
been watching a bit of the
Australian Open, trying to
pull off a couple between-
Patrick Short and Jack
Cockington were lucky
enough to actually go to
the open but must not
have learned much as they
both lost their singles.
Although, it must be
ton gave it a fair go with
his match against Nick
Clift going into a tiebreak-
er which Clift won 9-7.
Rebecca Brown and
exhausted after an epic
battle in their singles
match with Short just get-
ting over the line this time.
Greg and Deb Agnew
continued to dominate in
the tennis, even after rid-
ing 170km the day before
in the Tour Down Under
Many Minlaton players
took advantage of the bye
Melbourne to the AO, no
reports yet on how they
performed, although some
were spotted loitering
around the Pimms tent.
One thing’s for sure,
they got their money’s
worth — they headed to
the Saturday night session
which spilled into the early
hours of Sunday.
Back on NYP, it was
another week of desperate-
ly trying to scrape together
a team for Paskeville.
Whilst umpiring basketball
on Friday, Beck Crosby was
asking anyone and every-
one if they wanted to don
the black and white and
pick up a racquet the next
day. She finally coerced
Krystal Cock, Bute, and
Nick Rendell, Moonta.
Maybe they will change
their colours for winter
Justine Koch also played
her first match since, well,
a long time. So in fact she
had to unwrap the plastic
from a racquet she forgot
she had! Mop chalked up a
win so is likely to be
In their doubles warm-
up Pasky’s Brett Crosby
and Richard James and
Cunliffe Blue’s Sam
Clayson and Will Pearce
had an extra challenge to
contend with, a remote
control car! One of the
Crosby twins thought it
was hilarious racing his
car around the court,
whilst the players tried not
to hit it!
With harvest finally
over for most, Bute was
able to field a near-full
strength side and domi-
nated against Kadina Red.
With players now avail-
able, Bute should quickly
ascend the ladder and will
be looking for a back-to-
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z TWISTED... Kadina White’s James Lawry
was the last player to turn up for the
match against Moonta on Saturday. His
excuse? He didn’t know where the courts
were. Where does James live? Moonta!
Already the cause of much laughter, he
then proceeded to pull out his racket to go
on court and discovered it was bent and
twisted from previous use!
z NYPTA... Wallaroo Red’s Belinda Raymond chips a forehand back
over the net against Kadina Black.
z NYPTA... Paskeville’s Brett Crosby stays focused on the
ball in his singles match against Cunliffe Blue.
z NYPTA... Sam Clayson, Cunliffe Blue, hits a backhand
winner in his singles match against Paskeville.
z NYPTA... Anthony Sands, Kadina Black, makes contact
with a forehand against Wallaroo Red.
z NYPTA... Duncan Bussenschutt, Cunliffe Blue, hits a high
backhand return in his singles match against Paskeville.
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