The South Eastern Times : May 6th 2014
MID SOUTH EAST NETBALL 15 Pies thrash Hawks at home Kalangadoo 105 d Kongorong 41 A HUGE 78-goal haul from Kalangadoo’s Caroline Davey has helped her team to a mauling win over Kongorong. Kalangadoo started strongly, scoring seven goals before Kongorong managed a score through Tabatha Sanderson. The Kalangadoo defense line of Mikaila Pitt, Leah Ousey and Amanda Casey made the first quarter hard work for their opponents, only allowing three goals to be scored whilst Sarah Lucas and Tiia Pelkonen had trouble containing Davey and Melissa Russell, who piled on 25 goals between them. In the second quarter Kongorong began to use Sanderson’s height to its advantage and she managed to score 10 of her teams 11 goals. Jayde Peacock was again dominant through the mid court and Jenna Pitt drove hard for the Magpies at WA. At the half time break Kongorong made one change, bringing Ashley Sturges on at GD to replace Tiia Pelkonen. Davey shot a huge 26 goals in the third while Ousey and Casey continued to limit the scoring opportunities at the other end. Kalangadoo brought Jade Lythgo on to WD for the last term and gave Mikaila Pitt the task of defending Sanderson. Kongorong used Sanderson more in the final quarter and she scored 15 goals from 16 attempts, fed accurately by Courtney Pink and Kaylah Earl. Davey’s 78 goals at 80pc accuracy easily earned her best player accolades for Kalangadoo along with Jenna Pitt, whilst Kongorong goalies Sanderson and Earl were best for their team. Port MacDonnell 43 dw Hatherleigh 43 IN stark contrast to the Kalangadoo v Kongorong result, a draw was the result of the match between Port MacDonnell and Hatherleigh. Port MacDonnell began with the first centre pass and worked the ball nicely down into their goalies to score through Tamara Ferguson from a penalty and the scene was set when Hatherleigh went on to score the next goal from a beautiful long pass from Keston Green. Green continued her great work, intercepting the Demons next centre pass, but her team missed the goal and it was quickly snapped up by the Demons defenders. Hatherleigh’s tight defensive pressure all over the court saw the Demons throw a wild ball out of court and again the Eagles had the opportunity to score, but the defensive duo of Ash Heald and Kirby Carrison gained back possession for their team. But again the ball was turned over by an offside error and the Eagles made the most of this opportunity to score. The Demons then went on to score the next goal from a beautiful intercept by junior Ady Neshoda and their own centre pass. Again the second quarter was evenly ATTACK: Tantanoola’s Casey Walker looks for a pass. matched with neither team willing to give an inch, with the defensive pressure by both teams outstanding. Gilmore was on target for the Demons, scoring six of the eight goals while at the other end Demi Smith managed seven of the eight goals. The third quarter saw changes to both sides with Hatherleigh’s Green going back into a more familiar position at goal attack, Kelsey Bromley into goal shooter, Smith into wing defence, Brooks into wing attack and Erin Watson into centre. At the break Demons’ Tegan Merrett stepped onto the court at centre, Emily Taylor went to WD and Ady Neshoda headed to the bench. The changes seemed to lift the Demons side as it outscored the Eagles by five in the quarter to take a three goal lead at the final break. The last quarter saw neither team willing to give the game away. Accurate shooting from Green saw her put nine on the board without a blemish while at the other end Gilmore also was able to put eight on her team’s score sheet without a miss. With only minutes remaining before the final whistle, Taylor went down with an ankle injury which stopped the flow of the game. Hatherleigh was only two goals down and had possession of the ball, going on to score not only that goal but from the next centre pass as well to even up the scoreline. Mount Burr 51 d Tantanoola 37 BOTH teams began the game well with Mount Burr’s Hayley Agnew and Tantanoola’s Jami Walker shooting accurately. Mount Burr defenders Heidi Clark and Megan Thiele worked tirelessly, with Megan Thiele limiting Tantanoola’s Jac Matthews to two goals. In the second term Tantanoola made changes with Alex Lucas coming off the bench into GS, Casey Walker going to WA and Matthews and Olivia Coote going off. But the changes did not not stem the flow of Mount Burr’s fluent transition into attack. Chloe Vanderhorst and Casey Arney had a tight tussle at centre while Thiele and Clark created turnovers to give Mount Burr the ball. Walker made the most of every shooting Millicent Cup results MILLCENT Racing Club results from Sunday, May 4, 2014: Race 1, $9000 The South Eastern Times/SABOIS Maiden Plate, 1100m: ($6) Regaeya, 56.0 (J. Maund) 1; ($4.60 fav.) Tyler’s Daisy, 56.0 (A. Herrmann) 2; ($6) Graham’s Gift, 53.5 (H. McKechnie) 3. Others: Firpo, Bonny Blonde, Rophon, Hianes Lane, Kandy’s Pride, Jeune King Carlos, Boracay Boy. Margins: 1.25 lengths, 1.25 lengths. Time: 1.09.18. Owners: M., L., S., M. and B. Tootell, B. Tink. Trainer: Lucy Tootell (Bordertown). Numbers: 6, 7, 9, 3. Win: $7.00. Place: $2.30, $1.80, $3.20. Quinella: $15. Trifecta: $309. 70. Exacta: $49.90. First 4: $2195.40. Race 2, $9000 O’Sullivan Transport/ SABOIS Maiden Plate, 1700m: ($4) What A Saga, 57.5 (D. Tourneur) 1; ($2.70 fav.) Switch Point, 54.0 (C. Jones) 2; ($6) Hastetothewedding, 58.0 (A. Patterson) 3. Others: Spare One, Sandhill Flyer, Robbie’s Law, Lazarus Rising, Meadows Wings, Ton Of Prussia, Lucky Desert, Buchan Bull. Margins: www.thesoutheasterntimes.com.au 2.75 lengths, 2.25 lengths. Time: 1.49.48. Owner: Flash One Racing Syndicate, Prahran Two Blues Syndicate, No Gnome Syndicate. Trainer: Allan Peterson (Warrnambool). Numbers: 8, 11, 2 ,6. Win: $3.80. Place: $1.70, $1.30, $2.30. Quinella: $5.30. Trifecta: $60.60. Exacta: $12.20. First 4: $1658.40. Race 3, $9000 DiGiorgio Family Wines 0-78 Handicap, 1400m: ($6.00) Son Of Coco, 54.0 (K. Walters) 1; ($14) Trig, 54.0 (M. Walters) 2; ($5 fav.) Tully Plenty, 54.0 (D. Tourneur) 3. Others: Billy The Brat, Strike Breaker, Wquivocation, Le Grand Ace, Musee D’Model, Ramsgate. Margins: long neck, 0.5 length. Time: 1.28.76. Owner: P. Smithies. Trainer: Wayne Walters (Mount Gambier). Numbers: 8, 9, 7, 2. Win: $6.90. Place: $2.70, $4.50, $2. Quinella: $59.40. Trifecta: $667.70. Exacta: $61.60. First 4: $2469.40. Race 4, $9000 Western United Financial Services 0-68 Handicap, 1100m: ($7) Colla Voce, 54.0 (C. Forrest) 1; ($2.20 fav.) Grassmere Mookta, 57.0 (D. Dunn) 2; ($4) My Jessy, 59.0 (K. Post) 3. Others: Rubytoo, Kayjayem, Orange Muscat, Mr Doughboy, Exalted Angel, Lubin Gin Fizz. Margins: 0.75 lengths, 1.0 lengths. Time: 1.07.95. Owner: O. McNamee. Trainer: Denis McNamee (Mount Gambier). Numbers: 4, 1, 3, 6. Win: $6.40. Place: $1.80, $1.20, $1.80. Quinella: $6.70. Trifecta: $76.90. Exacta: $17.70. First 4: $151.80. Extra double (8 & 4) $55.10. Race 5, $9000 Ray White Keatley 0-68 Handicap, 1700m: ($7) Holly Holy, 54.0 (M. Walters) 1; ($10) Henry’s Quest, 59.5 (H. McKechnie) 2; ($7) Teberus, 55.0 (K. Bishop) 3. Others: Sir Anthony, Work Before Play, Castano Girl ($3 fav.), King Of The Storm, Lovers Rules, Video Games, Exalted Lady, Not Buckley’s. Margins: 1.25 lengths, 0.5 length. Time: 1.50.03. Owner: P. Smithies. Trainer: Wayne Walters (Mount Gambier). Numbers: 9, 1, 6, 3. Win: $7.10. Place: $2.60, $3.60, 2.60. Quinella: $58.40. Trifecta: $792.40. Exacta: $102. First 4: $3423. Race 6, $17500 Grand Hotel Millicent Handicap, 1100m: ($5 equal fav.) Lionhearted Girl, 53.5 (Z. Spain) 1; ($9) Donnidi Sulina, 54.0 (M. Walters) 2; ($6) Kill Bill, 54.0 (S. Price) 3. Others: Conidel ($5, equal fav.) Exalted Brother, Lovemelongtime ($5 equal fav.), Lil Bit Musky, Iconseefraaraway ($5 equal fav.), Midnight Express, Thirty Seven Megs. Margins: 1.0 length, 0.5 length. Time: 1.07.87. Owners: J. & K. Bromley, I. & W. Walker, M. Warren, M. Talbot, S. Westerman, M. Reilly, L. Ellis, J. Hoffman. Trainer: Ian Walker (Millicent). Numbers: 3, 8, 9, 1. Win: $10.10. Place: $2.40, $3.60, $2.40. Quinella: $80.40. Trifecta: $519.70. Exacta: $286.10. First 4: $1944. Race 7, $35,000 Scott Petroleum/SABOIS Millicent Cup, 2100m: ($17) Luckzat, 54.0 (K. Walters) 1; ($11) Get Out Of Town, 54.0 (J. Hill) 2; ($4.60) Texan Warney, 58.0 (H. McKechnie) 3. Others: Mickiem ($4 fav.), Galalistic, Bojani, Club Royale, Innocent Mug, Final Folly, Mararola mAgic, Rosello, Tuscan Ranger. Margins: 0.5 length, 0.5 length. Time: 2.18.43. Owner: P. Smithies. Trainer: Wayne Walters (Mount Gambier). Numbers: 10, 8, 1, 6. Win: $16.30. Place: $4.60, $3.50, $1.90. Quinella: $104.40. Trifecta: $1830.10. Exacta: $563.70. First 4: $3759.60. Race 8, $9000 Caramar Buslines 0-58 Handicap, 1400m: ($11) Richard The, 54.5 (L. Hopwood) 1; ($6) Kirvic, 55.5 (D. Tourneur) 2; ($8) Forest Elbow, 54.0 (R. Stewart) 3. Others: Seahorse Star, Peace An Quiet, Rain Fast, Caynham, Mademoiselle Denon ($5 equal fav.), Fresnel ($5 equal fav.), Values, Redial, Five Amigos. Margins: short neck, 3.25 lengths. Time: 1.29.71. Owners: S. Adams, S. Bastock, C. Maynard, F. Bartosek, J. Paul, A. Vrquhard, G. Walters. Trainer: Sue Jaensch (Naracoorte). Numbers: 13, 10, 11, 6. Win: $10.30. Place: $3.40, $2.30, $3.20. Quinella: $38.90. Trifecta: $474.60. Daily double (10 & 13) $234.20. Treble (3, 10, 13) $2891.30. Exacta: $60.10. First 4: Jackpot. Quadrella (9, 3, 10, 13) $14,648.40. The South Eastern Times, Tuesday, May 6, 2014 - 15 opportunity while Agnew shot without a miss. Again Mount Burr made no changes at the break while for Tantanoola Walker went to the bench with Matthews back in the GA position. Arney also went to the bench with Talana Knaggs in to the centre from WD and Coote returned to the court in the WD position. Mount Burr began strongly again, moving the ball with ease into the goal circle. Tantanoola’s Kate Bromley continued to work hard while Mount Burr’s Clark and Agnew shared the shooting load. Thiele made life difficult for the Tantanoola attack, blocking many possible passes into the circle. Mount Burr remained unchanged going into the final term while for Tantanoola Matthews returned to GS and Walker went back to GA. Arney returned at GD with Bromley going back to GK and Simone Little taking the bench along with Alex Lucas. Mount Burr continued to control the ball with Clark dominating the scoring. Tantanoola created mid court pressure and many subsequent turnovers but was unable to capitalise on them. Glencoe 60 d Nangwarry 49 GLENCOE scored its first win of the season against Nangwarry. Circle defenders Sarah Kasparian and Donna Jaeschke applied defensive pressure while an injury to Karli McDiarmid saw her leave the court early and Cassie Dinnison fill the void at GD. Glencoe shooter Ebony McDiarmid was the focal point and dominated the first quarter, with strong holds and accurate shooting to help her team to a five goal lead at the first break. Nangwarry came out firing after the break and managed to score the first three goals before Glencoe recovered and scored the next four. Nicole Biszko was moving well in the Nangwarry goal circle and finished with accuracy. Kayla Gray and Karli McDiarmid made the most of missed shots from Glencoe, rebounding strongly to send the ball back into attack. Glencoe took the ascendency in the third quarter, piling on 17 goals. Sisters Ashlea and Laura Edwards drove strongly through the mid court and made sure of possession while creating a number of turnovers. Kasparian again took a number of inter- cepts in the defensive third to continue to send the ball back into attack. An injury to Nicole Reeves in the dying seconds of the third quarter saw her leave the court, with Danni McKinnon coming on at WD. However, the changes did little to slow Glencoe, as the side continued to increase its lead. Best players for Glencoe were Kasparian and Ashlea Edwards while Nangwarry was best served by Dinnison and Teresa Stewart.
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