Mixed weather crossed the Adelaide during round 6 of the Thursday Women’s Pennant competitions but all clubs finished the scheduled games.
In the Premier League Hawthorn continued its great start to the season and now sit atop the ladder 10 points clear of Tranmere.
Hope Valley v Port Noarlunga:
Hope Valley banked a full count of 12 points after 76-43 defeat of Port Noarlunga.
Raelene Heitmann skipped her rink to a 31-13 win against Julie Bannister in the day’s most impressive result.
Andrea Williams and her four prevailed 21-12 against Karlee Moffatt in another good result.
Roslyn Blakeney and her rink played well all day in a 24-18 success against Faye Anderson.
The Hornets now sits in 8th spot on the ladder with two wins from 6 outings.
Port Noarlunga retained fourth spot with four wins.
Hawthorn v Club Holdfast:
Hawthorn continued its rampant start to the season with a 73-37 12 point home win against Club Holdfast.
Anne Onto skipped her four to a 30-7 defeat of Rachel Krebbekx in the game’s most telling result.
Christine Keller and her rink prevailed 24-15 against Mila Grimshaw.
Wendy Clarke and her four got up 19-15 against Sandy Wallace.
The Hawks sit clear at the top of the table 10 points clear of Tranmere having won five games from six outings.
Club Holdfast ended the day in 6th spot having won three of its games this season.
Prospect/Broadview v Marion:
Prospect/Broadview banked an important 10 points after prevailing 56-51 at home against Marion. It was the club’s first win for the season.
Denise Caulfield skipped her rink to a 23-13 defeat of Dianne Gigney in a match winning performance.
Rosemary Harnett and her four got up 18-12 against Jacqueline King in another impressive performance.
For Marion Kath Crilly and her rink got up 26-15 against Sandra McGowan but was unable to affect the overall result.
Marion ended the day in 9th spot on the ladder and Prospect/Broadview in 10th.
Tranmere v Brighton.
Tranmere banked 9 points after a 57-49 split rink home win against Brighton.
Mary Feddersen skipped her rink to a 27-9 defeat of Teresa Lyons in a match winning performance.
In a great match-up between Jackie Gardiner and Carli Mitchell the two rinks finally settled for an 18-18 draw.
For Brighton Gail Hodshon skipped her four to a 22-12 success against Dianne Ferris but was unable to affect the overall result.
Tranmere ended the day in second spot on the ladder with 5 wins from six outings. Brighton holds down 7th spot.
Happy Valley v Ascot Park:
Ascot Park moved to 5th spot on the ladder after a 59-47 win against Happy Valley at the Valley. The Lions grabbed eight points after winning on only one of three rinks played.
Karen Kovaleff skipped her four to a 23-10 success against Kay Chesney in a match defining result.
For the Valley Jenny Davis and her four got up 18-15 against Riina Bradbrook in a strong performance.
Avis Steer and her rink fought hard all day before coming away with a 19-18 win against Chris Thulborn.
Happy Valley ended the day in third spot on the ladder after winning three games of six played.
Morphett Vale v Semaphore:
Semaphore sits in 3rd spot on the ladder after a stunning 64-52 12 point win at Morphett Vale. The club has won four games of six played in a solid start to the season.
Anne Dunstan and her rink prevailed 24-18 against Paulina Lawrie in the game’s most telling result.
Kerry Sharkie skipped her four to a 19-15 success against Joan Blowes in a tight game.
Edna Dimond and her rink came away with a 21-19 victory over Ricki Hooper.
The Emus ended the day in 8th spot on the ladder with two wins from six outings.
West Lakes v Grange:
West Lakes sits one point clear at the top of the table after a 68-47 home win against Grange. The Lakers banked 10 points from its 5th win for the season.
Jackie Field skipped her rink to a 31-17 defeat of Carolyn Smolski in the game’s most telling result.
Robyn Palmer and her four prevailed 22-14 against Maree McMahon in another good performance.
For the Dolphins Ursula Hollis and her rink got up 16-15 against Doris Thomas to give her club its only points.
Grange ended the day in 9th spot on the ladder with one win from six games.
Somerton v Blackwood:
Somerton banked an important 10 points after a 65-50 home win against Blackwood. The result moved the club to 6th spot on the ladder with three wins from six games.
Wendy Rudd and her rink prevailed 25-10 against Karen Curtis in the game’s best result.
Lea Modra and her four performed well in the foursome’s 25-18 win against Marilyn Edmonds.
For Blackwood Carol Redford and her rink came away with a 22-15 defeat of Yvonne Bekeris to give the club its only points.
The club remains at the foot of the ladder with one win from six games.
Tranmere v Lockleys:
Tranmere sits in fourth spot on the ladder after a 65-57 10 point home win against Lockleys. It was the club’s fourth win from six games.
Denise Abraham skipped her four to a 25-17 defeat of Lynette Nixon in the game’s most telling result.
After a tight game Dawn Ross and her rink came away with a 21-19 win against Christine Schumacher.
For Lockleys, which ended the day in 5th spot on the ladder Li Song and her four got up 21-19 against Pam Fullarton to give the club its only points.
Gawler v Kensington/Marryatville:
Kensington/Marryatville sits in second spot on the ladder one point shy of West Lakes after a 58-48 10 point away win at Gawler.
Jeanette Hill and her rink did the business prevailing 24-11 against Teresa Dean in the best performance of the day.
Robyn Walker and her four came away with a strong 18-12 defeat of Dawn Warland.
For Gawler Kay Moncrieff and her rink defeated Helen Hutton 25-16 but was unable to affect the overall result.
Gawler ended the day in 7th spot on the ladder with two wins from six games.
26th November 2021