Angaston consolidates second ladder position

ANGASTON has maintained its stronghold on second position after defeating Lyndoch by 13 shots in Barossa & Light division one bowls on Saturday.
Liam Buckley and David Jaunay shared points with opponents Harry Sykes and Darren Green, respectively, after they drew.
However, Brian Bowden’s squad was on point, and comfortably dismissed Dylan O’Leary’s side by a match-winning 17 shots.
For Lyndoch, Mike Cotton’s four enjoyed a four-shot win over Michael Campbell’s rink.
Meanwhile, Kapunda has edged closer to the top four following a two-shot victory over bottom-placed Freeling.
Shane Marslen’s charges took out a thumping 23-shot win over David Heathfield’s squad for the losing side.
However, Linda Carter’s team blew that out the water with a 28-shot triumph over Nathan Marslen’s crew.
Terry Curtis and Jeffrey Wagner added two premiership points each for Freeling.
Lastly, Nuriootpa’s dominant reign over the competition continued as it overcame Eudunda by 32 shots.
Wayne Williams’ four was in top form for the league leaders, as it beat Aaron Jones’ team by 19 shots.
For Eudunda, Matthew Jones’ side beat Phil Fechner’s charges by two shots.
In division 2A, Tanunda caused a stir by dealing Nuriootpa Black its second loss of the season.
Des Schiller and Bernie Wallace both secured nine-shot wins as Tanunda saluted by 25 shots.
The upsets continued as Nuriootpa Gold defeated second-placed Angaston by 28 shots.
Sean Hyland’s side was the best for the victors, as it defeated Chris Buckley’s team by 18 shots.
Eudunda earned its first win of the season with a 36-shot win over Kapunda.
Deadra Leditschke’s four contributed a large part of the winning margin with a 23-shot victory over Bob Booth.

Jack Hudson

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Growing up in Gawler, Jack has taken on a variety of journalistic roles while still studying for his Bachelor of Journalism and Creative Writing degree. He began his career at The Bunyip as a weekend football writer, before taking on roles with The Footy Budget and The Cricket Chronicle and then earning his first part-time gig at the Barossa Herald. Now returning to The Bunyip, Jack also has a keen interest in footy and soccer, as well as a passion for gaming and reading.

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