In the lead up to round 13, there were two deferred games to be completed and both were played on Friday night.
Henley v Grange:
In the Premier League top of the table Grange grabbed 14 points after a 100-86 at Henley which saw the Dolphins sitting on 147 points and 29 points clear at the top of the ladder.
Craig Mills and his rink made every post a winner defeating Jason Wholohan 30-17 in the night’s best result.
Nathan Black and his four were equally impressive in a 25-15 success against Tony Roberts.
In a tight encounter, Tyson Wilson and his rink got up 27-26 against David Prior.
For Henley Neil Miller and his four prevailed 28-18 against Wayne Ruediger to give the club its only points.
The Sharks remained at the foot of the ladder with two wins for the season.
Salisbury v Woodville:
Salisbury sits in 5th spot on the ladder after an 86-68 home win against Woodville.
Gerald Phillips skipped his rink to a 28-13 defeat of Vincenzo Dimasi in the night’s most telling result.
Phillip McNally and his four prevailed 21-12 against Salvatore Marafioti in another good result.
After a tight game Nathan Hughes and his rink got up 19-17 against Mark Hanrahan.
For Woodville which ended the night in 2nd spot on the ladder Michael Haywood and his four took points after a 26-18 success against James Annandale to give the club its only points.
SATURDAY OPEN ROUND 13 PENNANTS:
Salisbury v Henley:
Salisbury sits in 8th place on the ladder after a 120-66 16 points home win against Henley. It was a timely win which has the northern club now sitting 4 points clear of the relegation zone.
Brenton Bain skipped his rink to a 32-13 defeat of Jason Wholohan in the day’s best result.
Ken Willcox and his four prevailed 32-16 against Tony Roberts in another telling performance.
Simon Dorr and his rink added to the pain with a 30-19 success against David Prior.
On the fourth rink Matthew Hull took the points after a solid 26-18 win against an in-form Neil Miller.
Henley ended the day at the foot of the ladder with 2 wins for the season.
West Lakes v Modbury:
Modbury moved to 3rd spot on the ladder after an excellent 101-86 14 points win at West Lakes.
John Nelson kipped his four to a 24-16 defeat of Aaron Bremner in the day’s most telling result.
Jose Gil and his rink prevailed 27-20 against Isaac Trenorden to also grab points.
Gary Meekcoms skipped his four to a 32-27 success against Mark Haines.
For the Lakers, James Gregory and his rink got up 23-18 against Josh Thompson to give the club its only points on the day.
West Lakes ended the day in 7th spot on the ladder having secured 5 wins and a draw over the season.
Grange v Somerton:
Grange continued what has been a stunning season so far, grabbing 16 points after a 120-77 home win against Somerton. The Dolphins now sit 33 points clear at the top of the table and picked up 30 points out of a possible 32 over Friday and Saturday.
Craig Mills and his four again fired taking the points after a 30-16 defeat of Scott Taylor in the game’s most telling result.
Tyson Wilson and his rink prevailed 31-18 against Nathan Pedersen in a win against quality opposition.
Wayne Ruediger skipped his four to a 28-19 win against Steve Dennis.
On the final rink Nathan Black continued his great form with a 31-24 defeat of Jeff Aworth.
Somerton now sit in 5th spot on the ladder with 7 wins for the season.
Ascot Park v Adelaide:
Ascot Park moved to 4th spot on the ladder after a 101-93 14 points home defeat of Adelaide. It was the Lion’s 7th win for the season.
Mitch Percy skipped his four to a 35-17 defeat of Tim Hicks in the game’s leading result.
Sam Denton and his rink prevailed 30-19 against Andrew Feijen to continue a solid run of form.
After a match-up which was close all day Col Harvey and his four got up 21-20 against Brett Davis.
For Adelaide Scott Thulborn and his rink were good all day finishing with a strong 37-15 success against Anthony Treloar. On another day such a result would have had more impact on the overall result.
The Blues now sit in 6th spot on the ladder with 6 wins for the season.
Lockleys v Club Holdfast:
Club Holdfast continued its good run of very close matches, banking 12 points after prevailing 96-92 and banking 12 points at Lockleys. The Club ended the day in 2nd spot on the ladder 4 points clear of 3rd placed Modbury.
Ashley Klose skipped his rink to a 27-16 defeat of Chris Flavel in a match winning result.
In a tight game Craig Goldfinch and his four prevailed 26-24 against Gabe Nardecchia and banked two points.
For the Eagles Robbie Flavel and his rink came away with a 24-19 defeat of Matt Northcott in a good result.
Theo Katsivas and his four also banked two points after a 28-24 win against Jayden Zeller.
Lockleys ended the day in 9th spot on the ladder and in the relegation zone.
Morphett Vale v Marion:
In hot conditions Marion moved into 4th spot on the ladder after an excellent 99-67 -14point win at Morphett Vale. It was the Hurricane’s 8th win for the season.
The experienced Ken Holtham skipped his four to a 26-10 win against Tony Snashall in the game’s best result.
Scott Andreassen and his rink again played well in a 25-14 success against Anthony Roberts.
Young skip Mason Kaufer again put the pressure on in his four’s 25-16 success against Tony Bachelor.
For the Emus, which now sit in 9th spot on the ladder John Munro and his rink got up 27-23 against Tony Devlin.
Hawthorn v Rosewater:
Hawthorn extended its unbeaten run to 13 after taking 16 points from a 106-56 home win against Rosewater. The Hawks sit at the top of the table 60 points clear of 2nd placed Woodville. It is rarefied air we are looking at with five minor round games remaining before the finals.
In an excellent all round performance Steve Packer and his rink did best defeating Allan Purnell 30-11 to lead the way.
Darren Niblett skipped his four to a 31-13 success against Trevor Pilkington in other solid result.
Alex Gebert and his rink came away with a 23-15 defeat of Peter Schultz.
Brett Willcox and his four also picked up points after a 22-17 win against Craig Green.
Rosewater ended the day in 8th spot on the ladder with 4 wins for the season.
Tranmere v Salisbury:
In a split rink game Tranmere banked 12 points after an 88 – 70 home win against Salisbury. The club now sits in 7th spot on the ladder after winning 6 games for the season.
John Feddersen skipped his four to a 24-10 defeat of John Annandale in the day’s most telling result.
Peter Marshall and his rink prevailed 25-17 against Philip McNally in another solid performance.
For Salisbury Nathan Hughes skipped his four to a 18-15 success against Roger Kairl.
In a tight game Gerald Phillips out pointed Graham Young 25-24.
Salisbury ended the day in 5th spot on the ladder with 7 wins for the year.
Woodville v Modbury:
Woodville ended the day in 2nd spot on the ladder after prevailing 83-76 at home against Modbury and banking 12 points.
Vincenzo Dimasi skipped his four to a 27-10 defeat of Mitch Walker in the day’s most telling result.
Salvatore Marafioti and his rink prevailed 27-10 against Neil Martin.
For Modbury John Cooper and his four did best with a 27-12 defeat of Mark Hanrahan.
Allan Britcher also banked points after his rink’s 28-16 win against Michael Haywood.
Modbury finished round 13 in 6th spot on the ladder with 6 wins for the season.
Toorak/Burnside v Payneham:
Payneham sits in 3rd spot on the ladder after an 83-73 – 14 points win at Toorak/Burnside. It has been an excellent season thus far for the Panthers who have chalked up 8 wins for the year.
Ben McDonnell skipped his four to a 26-10 win against Guy Uren in the game’s best result.
Aussie Cunningham and his rink prevailed 25-17 against Brian Jenkins.
After a tight game Darren Siegertz and his four got up 20-19 against Trevor Feast.
For Toorak Albert Kruimel and his rink came away with a 27-12 win against Mark Bowman but was unable to affect the overall result.
The club ended the day at the foot of the ladder having won only 1 game for the year.
Henley v Brighton:
In a clash between the bottom two clubs Henley came away with a 102-60 16 points home win against Brighton. The Sharks remain in 9th spot on the ladder with 4 wins for the year.
Chris McConnell skipped his rink to a 30-16 defeat of John Smith in the day’s best result.
Terry Stringer and his four prevailed 26-12 against Tony Lock in another good performance.
Steve Franks and his rink got up 22-14 against Carlie Mitchell.
On the fourth rink Darryl Stephens came away with a 24-18 win against Darryl Fishpool.
Brighton remain at the foot of the table with 2 wins for the year.
Adelaide v Ascot Park:
Ascot Park took no prisoners banking 16 points after a 100-72 16 points surprise win at Adelaide. The Lions moved to 4th spot on the ladder with 7 wins and 1 draw over the season.
Robert Langford skipped his four to a 25-14 defeat of Sandy Wallace in the day’s best result.
Scoot Bennier and his rink prevailed 28-18 against Chris Firth.
Peter Scholefield and his four also took points after a 22-16 success against Alan Hurst.
In a tight game Riina Bradbrook got up 25-24 against Paul Young.
Despite the home loss the Blues sit 18 points clear at the top of the table.
Port Noarlunga v Happy Valley:
Port Noarlunga sit in 5th spot on the ladder after an 88-68 12 points home win against Happy Valley. The Southern club has recorded 6 wins and 1 draw for the season.
Harvey Jolly skipped his rink to a 23-9 defeat of Peter Barrett in the game’s most telling result.
Thomas Jolly and his four prevailed 31-20 against Colin Barker.
For Happy Valley Alan Dudley and his rink did best with a 20-17 win against Anthony Moffatt.
Julian Porter and his four also banked points after a 19-17 success against Karlee Moffatt.
The Valley ended the day in 6th spot on the ladder with 6 wins for the year.
Gawler v Millswood:
Millswood came up with a great result banking a full count of 16 points after an 83-65 win at Gawler.
The club remains in 2nd spot on the ladder having recorded 9 wins and a draw over the season.
Geoff Kennedy skipped his four to a 21-13 defeat of Daryl Kubisch in the game’s most telling result.
Enio Rossi and his rink prevailed 22-17 against Rod Squire.
Matthew Rossi and his four also banked points after a tight 21-19 win against Darren Hunter.
Andrew Stasinowsky and his rink got up 19-16 against Leigh Roberts.
Gawler ended the day in 8th spot on the ladder with 4 wins for the season.
Marion v Beaumont:
Marion sits in 3rd spot on the ladder after a 72-66 12 points home win against Beaumont. It was a good day for the Hurricanes with both their Division One and Division Two sides getting up on the day.
Ted Hibberd skipped his rink to a 21-13 defeat of Robert Ormston in the day’s best result.
Raymond Egan and his four prevailed 20-14 against John Whelan.
For Beaumont which ended the day in 7th spot on the ladder John Bohner and his four prevailed 22-15 against Lindsay Mortimer.
John Elwin and his rink got up 17-16 against Darry Gray in a tight one.
30th January 2022