From back page.Both teams then added two shots,Fowler went on to add a further two shots.
Pevic added two singles and they went to the break at 16-6.
Fowler added a single and two shots then Pevic replied with two.
Fowler hit back with four shots and then each team added a single. The final three ends went to Fowler enabling him to draw the game on 19 shots.
Gary Daniel, Brian Smith, Bertie Trewren and Greg Thomas picked up three shots on the first end then Terry McDonnell, Ian Windebank, Chris Mundie and Martyn March answered with two shots. Daniel won the next four ends to advance to 10-2. McDonnell came back with 2, 1 and 1 but Daniel returned fire with three shots and a single to go to the break leading 14-6.
McDonnell fired up and added 3 and 2 to close the gap, 11-14. Daniel gained a single and McDonnell then picked up two shots and followed up with a four to take the lead, 17-15. Daniel hit back with four shots and McDonnell tied the score with two singles. Daniel added a single on the final end to take the game 21-20.
Noel Kneebone, Alan Arbon, Karen Kneebone and Denis Fiegert picked up a single on the first end and Graham Wakefield, Peter Wegener, Tom Towns and Lynton Jones returned the favour on the next end. Kneebone won the next three ends adding four shots and Wakefield replied with two singles. Each team then added two shots and they went to the break at 10-5.
Kneebone continued to dominate and after 16 ends he led twenty two to five. Wakefield added two shots and Kneebone won the remaining ends to win the game 28-7.
Jervois v Murray Bridge Blue
Jervois remain the only undefeated team in Div 1 with a crushing 32 shot win over Murray Bridge Blue at Jervois, winning 2 rinks by an emphatic 17 shots apiece, and dropping the 3rd rinkby 2 shots. Andrew Stasinowsky led the way for the home side with a superb display, well supported by David Kempe, Derek Vanderzon and David Graham as they easily overwhelmed Hugh Smyth, Jim Freak, Peter White and David Ratsch. After picking up the first 2 ends to lead by 3 shots, Smyth was helpless as Stasinowski piled on a trio of 3’s, followed by a 4 and a single to lead 14 to 3 after 7 ends. After that he was able to limit the damage to 1’s and 2’s, and was evenable to score a 3 on the 17th to buck the trend, but the margin still steadily climbed for a 28 to 11 shot win for the home side.
Graeme Herbert, Rodger Zarantonello, Denis Hicks and Shawn Hicks made easy work of Brian Traeger, Bruce Attrill, Lynton Keen and Ben Traeger, and their 33 to 16 win could have been much bigger had it not been for a mid game slump.A tactical error on the 5th end saw Herbert take full toll and score the maximum 8 to propel his side to a 15 to 1 lead. The skippers hadcrossed withBlue holding 2 shots, but they had failed to cover the back and when Herbert somehow managed to cannon the jack back without taking the shot bowl with it a remarkable 10 shot turnaround resulted. Traeger was unable to cut back with his final bowl to deny the rare feat. But rather than drop their heads, Blue was able to fight back over the next 9 ends to reduce the margin to a respectable 6 shots, and were back in the game. Herbert again took control, winning 6 of the remaining 7 ends to add another 15 shots, while dropping a 4 on the 19th as their only blemish.
Paul Smart, John Jackson, Helen Lindner and Ron Goodwin were able to salvage something for the visitors on an otherwise miserable day for them, with a hard earnt 2 shot win over Blake Fiebig, Garry Mason, Graham Schenke and Martin Beaumont, 16 to 14 in a low scoring encounter. This game was closely contested throughout, with Smart holding sway for most of the day, but never extending his lead beyond 6 shots which he hadachieved by the 17th end. 1, 3 and 1 to Fiebig reduced the margin to a solitary shot on the last end, but he was unable to convert on the final end, conceding a single for a 2 shot loss.
Division 2Another good result for Jervois Red, this time against Karoonda has kept the colour in top position just ahead of Mannum, Tailem Bend Blue and Bridge Green with Karoonda not far away. There were not too many real surprises here, Tailem Blue just made it against Jervois Black, Mannum had 5 to spare over Bridge White while Bridge Green got full points in the encounter with Tailem Gold.
Green’s Graham Rolton and Rob. Hales went neck and neck for the first half but it was all Rolton’s team in the run home winning 6 of the last 7 ends to win by 11. Peter Shilton and Ian Shepherd also had a tight tussle but Shilton just did enough at the finish to get Greens home by shots.
Barry Kirchner’s rink always had the upper hand against Allen Hewett’s winning of the 21 ends played to be in front at the finish.
Tailem Bend Blue v Jervois Black
Tailem Bend Blue defeated Jervois Black 56 – 53
Tailem Bend Blue played host to Jervois Black. Blue managed to hold on to win the day by three shots with wins posted on two rinks.
Blue’s Scott Dinham was on the back foot at the start of his game with Black’s Don King, with King’s team leading 8 – 2 after six ends.
Six shots to Dinham’s team over the next two ends levelled the scores which was then followed with both teams trading shots over the next four ends before Dinham scored a three on the 13th end to go in at the break with a two shot lead, 13 – 11.
Dinham’s team managed to maintain it’s lead, scoring five shots to King’s four over the remaining eight ends to win the game by three shots, 18 – 15.
John Gregory faced an uphill battle in his game against Kevin Spinks. Spinks’ team picked up five shots on the first end and by the break was leading comfortably by 14 shots, 16 – 2.
Gregory’s team scored four singles after the break to get within ten shots but Spinks and his team maintained the upper hand and scored six shots to Gregory’s three over the final six ends to seal the win by 13 shots, 22 – 9.
Michael Thorne started well in his game with Owen Allen to be leading 9 – 2 after five ends.
Allen and his team fought back over the next five ends to be 10 – all. A single to Thorne before the break gave him back the lead.
A two to Allen’s team after the break got them in front for the first time in the game before Thorne and his team fought back, scoring 13 shots to two over the next six ends to be leading 24 – 14 after 18 ends.
The next end Allen picked up two shots followed by a single to Thorne, but it all came down to the last end to see which side was going to win.
Black held a one shot lead over Blue after the other two rinks had completed their games and were nervously waiting for the end result.
It was Thorne and his team who held on, scoring four shots to win their game by 13 shots, 29 – 16.
Karoonda v Jervois Red
Jervois Red scored a comfortable 25 shot win over Karoonda at Karoonda, with all rinks getting up. Len Gommers, John McEntee, Murray White and Des Kluske blitzed Ken Wegener,Richard Humphries, Robyn Burdett and Barry Cornish with a scintilating first 11 ends to lead 19 to 1.They then inexlicably dropped the next 4 ends, including a 5 on the 13th to see their lead cut back to 9 shots, before again recovering to win the final 6 ends and add another 10 shots to the finalmargin.
Red’s Rod Harris, Ted Roberts, John Petrovic and John McGowan made a similarly dominant start over opponents Barry Manuel, Robin Burdett, Val Herrmann and Reg Herrmann.They led 11 nil after 7 ends and looked to be in for an easy day. But the home side hit back, and after 16 ends they were in front by 2 shots 15 to 13.Harris had to find something, and he did so, winning the next 4 ends to lead by 3 with one remaining, and hung on for a 1shot win.
The final rink saw John Obst, Mike Liebich, Rob Tyas and Peter Phillips score a 20 to 15 win over Don Loller, Kevin Burdett, Morris Terrell and Warren Green.This match was much closer throughout, but Obst was generally in control and was able to hold the opposition at arms length to ensure maximum points for the visitors.
Division 3Bridge Purple earned full points again with Kaye Simes up by shots and Brian Densley 11, Jervois got the better of Mannum Gold by 16 shots with Bob Afford up by 19 for Jervois and Trevor Frahn by 3 shots for Mannum Gold. Bridge Green at Karoonda got in by 25 with Mike Obst finishing 6 in front and D. Macey by 19.
Bridge Red and Tailem Bend faced up at the Bridge with each winning a rink and Reds getting the favourable overall result by 7 shots.
Ruth Cross was a winner for Tailem Bend beating R. Traeger by 10 shots, it was a close encounter up to the 9th end where Traeger led by 2 shots. Tailem won the next 7 ends totalling up 13 shots to go to a lead of 11, Reds came back a little bit but Tailem had the answers with a 2 on the last to finish 10 in front.
Hedley Pullar notched up 2 points for Reds defeating Gary Beauglehall by 17 shots, after a tight struggle early the game was in the balance on the 13th end where Reds led by 3 shots. A 3 on the 14th started a run for Reds that Tailem couldn’t contain. The Bridge team went on to win 7 of the remaining 8 ends compiling 16 shots to only 2 in reply from Tailem Bend.
Mannum Green vRSL
Mannum Green were too strong for the RSL side and they won on both rinks to take maximum points in their 20 shot win.
Pam Bormann, Brenda Thomas, Chris Thomas and Deb Peach jumped away and led 16-0 after six ends. Rosie Jones, Richard Parsons, Jean Williamson and Anne Hughes then broke in with two singles. Bormann got going again and won five ends adding ten shots, 26-2. Jones broke the run with three shots.
Bormann picked up a single and two shots then Jones won the remaining five ends adding six shots to finish the day at 29-11.
Kerri Bolt, Barry Stoddart, Keith Hughes and Ida Warner gained two shots on the first end and then Marlene Davies, Colin Pym, Peter McAvaney and Ramon Leahy got going with five winning ends to move to 11-2. Successive twos for Bolt followed and Davies then added a single. Bolt picked up three shots and Davies added a single as they went to the break at 13-9.
Bolt came out firing and added five shots over three ends to take the lead 14-13. Davies tied the game with a single then Bolt added three more shots, 17-14. Singles for each team followed and Davies then won the final three ends to take the game 20-18.
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