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By Peter Argent
Adelaide Lightening started the year
with a road trip to take on Townsville on
In a close, seesawing encounter, the
home side won by three points, 73-70.
Rookie Stephanie Talbot had 12 minutes
of court time, finishing with four points,
three defensive rebounds, four assists and
a steal for Adelaide. Back-up point guard
Kelsey Ireland got less than three minutes
of court time.
Adelaide played Logan in the second
game of its road trip; never in the contest,
Adelaide lost 86-59.
There were three Yorke Peninsula
exports in this contest, Logan talent Emma
Langford, who produced a
player-of-the-match performance, along
with Adelaide's Talbot and Ireland.
Langford scored 25 points, including
seven from the floor at 50 per cent, eight
rebounds, two assists, a pair of steals and
two blocks in a complete all round effort.
Talbot was solid defensively, grabbing
eight rebounds, two steals, an assist and a
block; she also registered two points.
Ireland was used a little more in this
contest, being credited with the assist and
gaining two fouls.
Second-half offensive struggles cost
Bree Farley and the Fresno State Bulldogs
women's basketball team in a 58-53 loss
against Santa Clara on December 29.
The Bulldogs shot 34.6 per cent (nine for
26) in the second half, committed 10
turnovers and had a nine-minute stretch
midway through the period in which they
had just one field goal.
Farley finished with a team-second-high
11 points, three rebounds and a trio of
On January 3, Fresno State ended
non-conference play with a 77-68 victory
at CSU Bakersfield. Farley was a little
quieter in this contest, scoring six points,
including a three-point bomb, to go with
her match-high four steals.
The Bulldogs are now forcing an average
of 21.0 turnovers per game on the season.
David Humphries and North Iowa return
to conference play after the Christmas
break today against Coe College, before
clashes against the Iowa Central and Iowa
Lakes on January 9 and 12.
They go into the second half of the
season with a 10:4 win-loss ratio.
Brad Agnew didn't have a lot of impact
in Tea Tree Gully B grade's two-run win
against East Torrens.
Batting in the middle order, Agnew was
dismissed for 11 (including a boundary)
from 53 balls in 52 minutes; the side made
Bowling, Agnew sent down 11
wicket-less overs, including a pair of
maidens, which cost 26 runs.
Yorketown export Daniel Harris has
fallen out of favour with ladder-leading
Melbourne Renegades in the Twenty20 Big
Bash League competition.
Renegades captain Aaron Finch has
been called up for Australian limited overs
duties, so Harris has a chance of returning
to the side.
WNBL... Emma Langford looks for a
Logan Thunder teammate.
After 10 games of the CYP Junior
Tennis Association 2012-13 competition,
Port Vincent is leading with 18 points in
Division I with Stansbury just two points
Stansbury White is leading Division II
on 18 points.
Many great games have been played
with no washouts or forfeits due to the
weather. It is great to see many parents out
there encouraging their children to
improve and to try their best.
The competition restarts on February 2
with only limited games to play; it will be a
tight finish for the final four.
Division I: Port Vincent 18, Stansbury
16, Minlaton 12, Koolywurtie Gold 10,
Curramulka 4, Koolywurtie Blue 0.
Division II: Stansbury White 18,
Stansbury Blue 12, Curramulka White 12,
Curramulka Black 8, Minlaton White 4,
Port Vincent 4, Minlaton Maroon 2.
Lynda Farrow, CYPJTA secretary
Central YP juniors
Curramulka Black 9 sets 76 games d
Minlaton White 7, 63.
Doubles: T. Short, N. Clift d W.
Hickman, D. Young 6-2; L. Short, H.
Norgren lost to L. Lehmann, D.
Lehmann 2-6; A. Polkinghorne, J. Short
lost to A. King, O. Nankivell 4-6; B.
Polkinghorne, T. Kelly d H. Martin, M.
Singles: Tom Short d Wayne Hickman
6-1, Nick Clift d Doug Young 6-1,
Lyndall Short d Leanne Lehmann 6-3,
Hayley Norgren lost to Damian
Lehmann 4-6, Adam Polkinghorne d
Austin King 6-2, Jo Short lost to Olivia
Nankivell 3-6, Bron Polkinghorne d
Hannah Martin 6-2, Tara Kelly lost to
Margie Secker 1-6.
Doubles: T. Short, L. Short d W.
Hickman, L. Lehmann 6-1; N. Clift, H.
Norgren lost to D. Young, D. Lehmann
2-6; A. Polkinghorne, B. Polkinghorne d
A. King, H. Martin 6-2; J. Short, T. Kelly
lost to O. Nankivell, M. Secker 5-7.
Curramulka White 15 sets, 93
games d Port Vincent 1, 26.
Doubles: G. Reade, M. Slade d N.
Nankivell, A. McIntyre 6-1; P. Short, G.
Agnew d M. Haydon, C. Young 6-0; S.
Wescombe, J. Hoyle d B. McIntyre, S.
Stephenson 6-3; T. Hoyle, E. Reade d A.
Correll, M. Ardalich 6-1.
Singles: Gavin Reade d Nathan
Nankivell 6-1, Martin Slade d Andy
McIntyre 6-1, Patrick Short d Mark
Haydon 6-0, Gabby Agnew d Carly
Young 6-1, Sandra Wescombe d Ben
McIntyre 6-3, Josh Hoyle d Salvadar
Stephenson 6-2, Todd Hoyle d Alex
Correll 6-0, Emma Reade lost to
Michael Ardalich 3-6.
Doubles: G. Reade, P. Short d N.
Nankivell, M. Haydon 6-0; M. Slade, G.
Agnew d A. McIntyre, C. Young 6-2; S.
Wescombe, T. Hoyle d B. McIntyre, A.
Correll 6-2; J. Hoyle, E. Reade d S.
Stephenson, M. Ardalich 6-3.
Minlaton Maroon 13 sets, 87 games
d Koolywurtie 3, 37.
Doubles: J. Coombe, K. Coombe d D.
Cook, J. McDonnell 6-1; J. Walsh, T.
Litster lost to P. Cook, I. McDonnell 5-
7; J. Cook, J. Martin d G. Cook, M.
Cook 6-1; K. Hamilton, M. Sparrow d
Le. McDonnell, Li. McDonnell 6-1.
Singles: Josh Coombe d Daniel Cook
6-1, Kristy Coombe d Jason McDonnell
6-3, Jess Walsh lost to Peter Cook 1-6,
Thomas Litster d Imogen McDonnell 6-
1, Jake Cook d Graham Cook 6-1, John
Martin d Mark Cook 6-0, Kimberley
Hamilton d Leah McDonnell 6-0,
Mandy Sparrow d Lisa McDonnell 6-1.
Doubles: J. Coombe, J. Walsh d D.
Cook, P. Cook 7-6; K. Coombe, T.
Litster lost to J. McDonnell, I.
McDonnell 2-6; J. Cook, K. Hamilton d
G. Cook, L. McDonnell 6-0; J. Martin,
M. Sparrow d M. Cook, L. McDonnell
Warooka 8 sets, 83 games d
Curramulka Mascot 8, 68.
Doubles: L. Ramsey, A. Bennett d G.
Agnew, X. Agnew 7-6; J. Rudduck, S.
Hickman d K. Cook, J. Anderson 6-3; F.
Hickman, A. Reichstein d R. Brown, J.
Agnew 6-2; A. Hickman, S. Ramsey lost
to D. Agnew, A. Horn 4-6.
Singles: Luke Ramsey lost to Greg
Agnew 4-6, Andy Bennett lost to Xavier
Agnew 4-6, Josie Rudduck d Karmel
Cook 6-0, Sam Hickman lost to Jasper
Anderson 6-7, Felicity Hickman d
Rebecca Brown 6-0, Adam Reichstein d
Jack Agnew 6-2, Alice Hickman lost to
Deb Agnew 4-6, Sarah Ramsey lost to
Amanda Horn 2-6.
Doubles: L. Ramsey, J. Rudduck lost
to G. Agnew, K. Cook 4-6; A. Bennett, S.
Hickman d X. Agnew, J. Anderson 6-1;
F. Hickman, A. Hickman d R. Brown, D.
Agnew 6-4; A. Reichstein, S. Ramsey
lost to J. Agnew, A. Horn 6-7.
Yorketown 11 sets, 80 games d
Coobowie 5, 60.
Doubles: S. Heinrich-Smith, J. Hill d J.
Dalton, B. Braund 6-3; D. Goldsmith, J.
Woods d T. Daniel, D. Tape 6-2; A.
Luke, S. Heinrich-Smith lost to P.
Johnson, N. Hancock 0-6; S. Harvey, L.
Goldsmith d L. Hoare, K. Hoare 6-0.
Singles: Stuart Heinrich-Smith d
Jarred Dalton 6-4, Josh Hill lost to Ben
Braund 6-7, Daniel Goldsmith d Tim
Daniel 6-0, Joanne Woods lost to Dana
Tape 2-6, Alex Luke lost to Peter
Johnson 2-6, Sue-Ann Heinrich-Smith
lost to Neil Hancock 2-6, Suzie Harvey
d Luke Hoare 6-3, Leanne Goldsmith d
Kyle Hoare 6-2.
Doubles: S. Heinrich-Smith, D.
Goldsmith d J. Dalton, T. Daniel 6-3; J.
Hill, J. Woods d B. Braund, D. Tape 6-3;
A. Luke, S. Harvey d P. Johnson, L.
Hoare 6-3; S. Heinrich-Smith, L.
Goldsmith d N. Hancock, K. Hoare 7-6.
Southern YP seniors
SYPTA SENIORS... Warooka's Josie Rudduck steadies herself to hit a
SYPTA SENIORS... Port Vincent's Ben McIntyre slams a winning shot from the net in his
SYPTA SENIORS... Xavier Agnew,
Curramulka Mascot, jumps to return a long,
high ball back.
SYPTA SENIORS... Karmel Cook, Curramulka
Mascot, leaps to return a high bouncing ball in
her doubles game against Warooka.
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