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the family and friends of competitors. “The Barossa is one of Australia’s iconic destinations, and we are pleased it is part of the rally.” A section of the event went along Allendale Road, Cockatoo Valley, touched the goldfields, and went down Tweedies Gully Road, Lyndoch. Highlights will be shown on Channel 10 in the next fortnight, which will feature the Barossa Valley in all its greenery. PIC: Michael Vettas Photography.

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Helen Cheers (pictured) scored maximum points on all three days to become the new leaders of the fourwheel category, while Eli Evans and Glen Weston also took maximum points in the two-wheel drive section, to increase their advantage. “Everything we love about the Barossa was on show, with the scenic roads and great support,” said clerk of course Ivar Stanelis. “As usual it was a big tick for the Barossa, which everyone is talking about, from the interstate visitors to

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ENGINES were humming for three days from last Friday, as the South Australian round of the Australian Rally Championships was held touching the edge of the Barossa. On Friday, rain made conditions damp, which saw the course shortened because of ‘soft’ ground, but overall it was a great weekend of racing. Winners of both the four-wheel and two-wheel drive championships now lead the overall tables after round four. The team of Michael Boaden and

Truro shooting A MAN has been arrested after he allegedly shot his father in the leg at their Truro property overnight. The incident unfolded shortly after midnight when police were called to the house on Second Street in Truro on a report of a disturbance. They discovered a 68year-old man with a gunshot wound to the leg and his son, 36, holed up inside the house. Police said it was believed he was under

KEEPING the community updated on the latest news in the Barossa region is what the team at the Herald strives to do on a daily basis and the value of the online Herald website means we can do just that. On Thursday the Herald was able to inform their online readers about the Vine Inn Barossa’s prestigious Australian Hotels Association Award. For those who were unable to visit the Herald site they can catch up on the story by turning to page five. As everyone knows news does not just happen on a Wednesday and if you want to be kept up to date with the latest news it will pay to visit the Herald website of Alternatively you can log onto Facebook and like the Barossa Herald Facebook page at and automatucally receive the latest news through your news feed. If you want to look at the latest local sport galleries and our London Olympic pictorial coverage go to and click on the photo gallery section to browse through the pictures. Also online are photos from last weekend’s RallySA championship courtesy of Michael Vettas Photography. In addition the Herald has also reported on the recent COAG meeting which was held on July 25 and the latest decision made by both government parties in relation to school funding for all Australian schools, turn to page four for further information. The Herald will be closely following this story and if you would like to be kept up to date like us on facebook at

the influence of drugs. He held police, including STAR group officers, at bay for five hours, surrendering just after 5am without incident. He was taken to the Lyell McEwen Hospital for assessment. His father was also taken to hospital for treatment for a non-life threatening gunshot wound to his upper leg. “The arrested man is likely to be charged with several firearms offences later today,” said police.

HALT: Keyneton wind farm development could be brought to a standstill.

Small victory CHALLENGERS of the Keyneton wind farm application had a small victory at a special meeting held in Cambrai on Tuesday afternoon, July 24. Of the four separate motions raised by three councillors seeking to stop the development, motion four was carried. This means Mid Murray Council now request the Development Assessment Commission, Development Policy Advisory Committee, Environment Protection Authority, Minister Rau and other related bodies, do not make a decision on the Pacific Hydro application until such a time as it (DAC) has commissioned, conducted, viewed and considered an independent noise study/review related to the Pacific Hydro application. Mid Murray Council chief executive officer Russell Peate said a letter is currently being drafted by the council

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in response to the special meeting. Mr Peate said once the document is complete, it would be viewed by the councillors and some residents before being sent on to the relevant parties. About 55 people attended the special meeting, which according to those working against the development was an emotional gathering. Mr Peate explained the meeting was restructured which gave the public an opportunity to be informed, attend and have their say. Meanwhile, the DAC has formally advertised the lodgement of the Keyneton wind farm development. This means the public has until Wednesday, August 8, to submit a formal response to the application. In addition, the Eastern Mt Lofty Ranges Landscape Guardians Inc will submit a comprehensive critique of the Pacific Hydro application following several recent workshops.

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DEBOSSED: (far left) Paul Evans, Lisa Ashby and Mayor Brian Hurn celebrating the launch of a wine bottle that is unique to the Barossa region, and left, the new wine bottle that will be on shelves all around Australia later this month.

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Bottle Barossa IT WAS back in 2011 when Vinpac International was approached by a handful of Barossa winemakers to design and develop a uniquely branded wine bottle that would be exclusive to the Barossa region. Vinpac International was advised the bottle needed to be ‘bold and iconic’ and present a strong brand presence that reflected the Barossa’s history, tradition, heritage, and style. The bottle Vinpac International designed was all this plus more. It follows the success of previous bottles made by Vinpac International, including the success of the revamped Eden Valley bottle. Production of the bottle began earlier this year and was successfully launched at international award-winning Barossa winery Chateau Tanunda last Friday. Chateau Tanunda is the first winery to launch their wine in the new bottle and their Grenache Shiraz Mataro 2010 Medley will be on shelves all around

Australia in August sporting the new bottle. Chateau Tanunda general manager Matthew McCulloch said that proprietary bottles were not uncommon, especially in the old wine regions of Europe. “Of all Australian wine regions, the Barossa has led the way in establishing the important link between geography, history and wine style, particularly Barossa Shiraz and GSM blends,” Matthew said. The exclusive wine bottle with the debossed ‘Barossa’ text running down the side was designed to help create a visual link between the wine and the area it has come from with consumers. “This special bottle takes branding to another level and as the name Chateau Tanunda has been associated with the Barossa for more than 120 years we wanted to be one of the first to use the new package,” Matthew said. “It gives a permanent, timeless acknowledgment of the region and its contribution to the individuality of wines that come from there.

“Our recent recognition by Wine Spectator and Wine Advocate were a tribute to our region as much as our wine brand and we want to make sure that we can assist in promoting the uniqueness of the Barossa wherever and whenever we can.” Consumers can expect to soon see more wineries selling their wine in this new unique bottle. Vinpac Packaging National sales manager Lisa Ashby has said that Murray Street Vineyards has shown interest in the bottle. “This is fantastic and we hope that with the support of these two award winning wineries, we will see a majority of Barossa winemakers using the bottle to package and market their wine,” Lisa said. “Vinpac is investing seriously in the Barossa wine industry and has committed to produce this bottle for the next five years. “We appreciate the industry support we have received to date and look forward to speaking with all producers who may see some relevance for this bottle within their portfolio.”

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THE Coalition has announced that it will cut over $2.8 billion to the education budget. Federal Member for Wakefield Nick Champion said “the coalition would deprive Australian schools of a fair and transparent school funding system, based on student and school need.” “Local parents should be concerned about the coalition’s plan for school funding,” Mr Champion said. The coalition plans on keeping the current school funding system despite the Gonski Review, which was released six months ago, advising that the current system is failing students and leading to education results declining. The Gonski funding model proposes that all Australian schools would be funded under

the same system, which would deliver better results for the students. Shadow Minister for Education Christopher Pyne argues that the Gillard Government’s response to the review is a cruel hoax without a clear commitment to maintain indexation at current levels. “What we know from this meeting of COAG (held on July 25) is that state governments are already under tremendous financial pressure and have to make very tough decisions over their spending priorities,” Mr Pyne said. “Gonski said 70 per cent of the new funding should come from the states. A recent report suggested the new funding model would cost $6.5 billion a year. “This would mean state governments need to find more

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than $18 billion in new education funding over the next four years. After the COAG meeting, no one should be under illusion this is even a remote possibility. “If the extra money is not part of the model, then there is no model. Non-government schools will lose out and school fees will have to increase. Cost of living for millions of parents will rise.” However, Mr Champion has said that Mr Pyne is spreading misinformation about the Gonski Review. “I can guarantee parents that no school would lose a dollar per student under any future reforms to Australia’s education system,” Nick said. “There is nothing in the Gonski Review that would cause school fees to rise unnecessarily.”

Vine Inn Barossa wins Young musician shares gift state community award By ROBERT LAIDLAW

SUCCESS: Chairman of Vine Inn Barossa John Feltus (left) and general manager Chris Linden with the award. commitment to supporting the wider Barossa community. “While it is in our constitution to return residual profits to our community, we are delighted that we have been acknowledged for the fact that we actually do so,” Mr Linden said. “And that point has been recognised by our peers in the industry.” Mr Linden explained that in the past financial year, Vine Inn Barossa had returned $126,000 in cash and kind to the community. “And the Vine Inn Barossa staff are active members of the community themselves involved in a number of clubs and activities,” Mr Linden said. The Vine Inn Barossa will now represent South Australia in the national awards to be held in Tasmania on September 4. Vine Inn Barossa will celebrate its 75th anniversary as a community hotel on September 10.


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GAWLER’S Raffaele Piccolo has reached his personal goal of raising $10,000 for Amnesty International Australia. Raffaele will be leaving on Wednesday to travel to Tanzania and climb Mt Kilimanjaro, the second tallest mountain in the world as part of his fundraising journey for Amnesty International Australia. “I signed up for climb back in October 2011, and at the time the challenge the task would pose, both in terms of fundraising and the climb itself did not dawn on me,” said Raffaele. He is part of a team of 12 people from across Australia who have come together to support the work of Amnesty International Australia. The climb will see him reach a height of over 5500m above sea level, and braving temperatures as low as -20 degrees Celsius. “As the day comes closer, the nerves have started to set in, however I am ready for the challenge. Knowing that I have so many people at home supporting my climb will no doubt drive me through any difficult situations that confront me.” “I would like to acknowledge the generous support I have received from local businesses, community leaders, and friends and family in his efforts to raise $10, 000.”



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AS REPORTED on the Herald website last Thursday, the Vine Inn Barossa Hotel's commitment to the Barossa community has been recognised. At the prestigious Australian Hotels Association Awards for Excellence last Tuesday night, the Vine Inn, at Nuriootpa, won the award for Outstanding Community Service and Achievement. Recognition came in front of tough opposition including the Arkaba Hotel, Ceduna Foreshore Hotel Motel, Joiners Arms Hindmarsh, Sevenhill Hotel, Port Lincoln Hotel, Watermark Hotel and the ALH Group (Woolworths), who represent 38 hotels in South Australia. Vine Inn Barossa general manager Chris Linden said, “We were proud to be acknowledged by our peers and association in recognition of our

FOUR years ago, now 16-yearold Peter Moore became the youngest person to win the BBC's young musician of the year, and now he is in town to help local students at Trinity College. The English youngster, from Manchester, is on a music scholarship at Chethams, where he has mastered the trombone, and is a handy pianist. Peter’s parents are both musicians and teachers, and encouraged him to take up music at a young age - all the hard work has been worth it. “He is the best young musician I have heard,” said Trinity music director Bruce Raymond. “When he was 13 he came over and visited the school, and now we have him as the resident musician for a month. “It is a great opportunity for us, as he is also a fantastic guy, and will have a huge influence on our students, just by mixing with them.” Peter will be joining popular Australian musician James Morrison on stage at Starplex for a memorable afternoon of music on August 12, which will also feature Tanunda Town Band, the Trinity College senior band, and Brass FX - a group of talented Adelaide musicians. Many of Peter's performances are available to view on You Tube, while he also features on a CD with the BBC concert orchestra, playing a major concerto of Gregson on his trombone, which has been released by Chandos.

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Blood pressure is the pressure of blood on artery Risk factors for hypertension include: walls. Blood pressure can vary throughout the day - A diet high in salt or/and fat and throughout various activities but if this pressure is constantly higher than the normal - Being overweight range, than this can add stress to the artery walls. - Hereditary factors This common disorder is known as high blood - Drinking too much alcohol pressure (medically referred to as Hypertension) - Smoking and affects around 1 in seven adult Australians. - Stress People with hypertension usually have no symptoms and generally feel well. Therefore it is - Lack of exercise important to have your blood pressure checked - Certain medical conditions (e.g. Diabetes, high regularly to pick up any issues. The consequences cholesterol, sleep apnoea) of not treating constantly high blood pressure can - Certain medications (e.g. Oral contraceptives, be very significant and leads to problems such as: Hormone replacement therapy, Anti - Brain damage (e.g. Stroke, Dementia) inflammatories, appetite suppressants) - Heart damage (e.g. Heart failure, Heart attack) The good news is that 2 out of 5 people can lower - Kidney disease their blood pressure by making changes to their lifestyle. These changes include: - Eye damage (e.g. Blindness) Blood pressure can easily be measured at home - Maintaining weight in the healthy range using electronic blood pressure monitors and is - Eating a diet low in salts and fats and high in recorded as 2 numbers (e.g. 120/80). The first fibre number represents Systolic blood pressure and is Exercise regularly the higher pressure inside the arteries when the heart pumps blood. Systolic blood pressure is - Limiting alcohol consumption normally in the range of 110-130. Diastolic blood - Stop smoking pressure is the pressure on the arteries when the - Learn and practice relaxation heart relaxes and is normally in the range of 70 to techniques to manage stress. 80. On the 27th and 28th of August we will be having blood pressure awareness and monitoring days at Health E Advice chemist. Please come in to have your blood pressure checked and to see all the other specials being offered on the day.

LOOKING at her smiling face you would never know that Stacie Kuhndt from Nuriootpa is living with an incurable cancer, Metastatic Melanoma in the lymph nodes. In 2010 Stacie was diagnosed with melanoma after her mother, Angie Kuhndt, thought a mole on her neck might be cancer as it was getting blacker and was growing at a rapid pace. Stacie was booked into the Royal Adelaide Hospital to get the cancer removed a few weeks after she was first diagnosed. During this time the skin under the mole had started to go red and the mole was beginning to protrude out. When the mole was cut out it measured 1.1 millimetres and Stacie was advised that because the mole was greater then one millimetre she would have to have a second operation. “Because it was over one millimetre there is a greater chance that the cancer can spread,” Stacie said. “If it was under one millimetre then I wouldn’t have needed the second operation.” After her operations and a few follow up appointments Stacie was given the okay by her doctors and warned to keep an eye out for any future moles. However, when a lump started forming underneath her surgical scar Stacie thought it was scar tissue. “If we had known about the lump we would have gone in (to the doctor) sooner and not kept telling her that it was scar tissue,” Angie said. Unfortunately because Stacie and her family were unaware that lumps forming under the skin are a sign that the cancer has

NEW OUTLOOK: Stacie Kuhndt is enjoying the small things. returned they thought nothing of it and it wasn’t until four months later when the lump hadn’t decreased in size that Stacie and her family decided it was time to see the doctor. What had happened to Stacie was that her cancer had spread into her lymph nodes and she had to go into hospital for a neck dissection where they removed 53 lymph nodes out of her neck. Unfortunately for Stacie by the time she had gone to the doctors the cancer had broken out of its capsule and now the risk of it spreading throughout her body is higher. Now for the rest of her life Stacie will continuously be going to the doctors to ensure that the cancer hasn’t come back. “Growing up she never spent a lot of time in the sun because of her fair skin she burns easy,” Angie said. “I was really shocked when I found out that I was going to be living with the cancer forever because there is no cure,” Stacie said.“Teach yourself to ask (the doctor) what does that mean if you don’t understand.”

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To help raise awareness about Melanoma Cancer and to help find a cure Angie and Stacie have started a fundraising event. On August 31 Angie will be shaving her head as part of ‘Shave For A Daisy’, the fundraising event put together by Stacie and Angie. The pair hope to raise $1000 which they will be donating to the Cancer Council. If you would like to show your support visit the website: http://sa.cancercouncilfundraising ationID=478228&langPref=enCA to make a donation. Alternatively you can make a donation on the day. ‘Shave For A Daisy’ will be held at 141 Murray Street, Nuriootpa between 1.30pm – 2.30pm and everyone is encouraged to come along and show their support. There will be a sausage sizzle held on the day for only $1. “We want people to be aware,” Angie said, “If we had known (about the lump) then the lymph node wouldn’t have broken out of the capsule and would not have spread.”






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New tourist attraction By MICHELLE O’RIELLY FELYKA Gauci, who is proud to call Kapunda home, continues to seek support from the community to assist her tourist drawcard plan. The 18-year-old is currently working to revitalise the town’s animal enclosure, located at the Dutton Park entrance and next to the memorial garden. Felyka, who attends Kapunda High School, explained her original plans for the enclosure’s upgrade came about from her school research project. “Due to my aspiration to work with Australian native animals, I wanted to do a project which would help me get into the animal industry,” Felyka said.

While her school project was completed in May and only required her to design the enclosure, Felyka has since worked in her time to follow through her plan. “The enclosure is currently in a poor condition.” She said the area is viewed by tourists including national and international and feels the current state of enclosure gives bad representation to Kapunda a misrepresentation of caring for native animals. Currently the area is home to two of Australia’s national symbols; 26year-old emu Emma and one female red kangaroo. “I want the enclosure to become a tourist attraction so that people can be drawn into Kapunda and

discover its history, attractions, atmosphere and potential. “However, my primary desire is to benefit the animals but secondly to benefit Kapunda and its locals,” she said. Felyka is also keen to increase the number of animals with the introduction of other Australian favourites such as bettongs, potoroos, and wallabies. Felyka said, originally the enclosure was home to kangaroos, peacocks and a lyrebird. To see her plans unfold, Felyka presented her ideas to the enclosure’s owner’s Light Regional Council, which she was granted approval. “They also gave me the right to be in charge of the project with the assistance of Andrew Philpott, the

SUPPORT: Felyak Gauci aims to revitalise Kapunda’s animal enclosure.

council’s environmental officer. I also have support from mayor Bill O’Brien.” Felyka is keen to see modifications to the outlay including change the name to the

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Gawler upgrade planned A GAWLER Town Council working party has been created to help transform parts of the institute and town hall into a cultural and digital hub. The area will provide a central focus for current and new residents, as well as the business sector and visitors. Last Friday the working party held its first meeting, and is seeking input from community and business sectors, as well as forming a coordinated approach to secure funding through federal grants. Working party convenor, Cr Karen Redman is looking forward to the project, and said, “I am very happy council is supporting this initiative. “This project will create something innovative and modern, yet showcase our significant heritage. “Gawler is growing and we need to be ready and provide what is needed for our new residents as they move in.” The aim of the cultural and


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The Barossa’s Favourite Community Club - Incorporated in Tanunda in 1891 and still proudly serving our local region

Fun and fellowship CLUB culture is alive and well in the Barossa where the true spirit of a communityClub can be seen in action at the Clubhouse in Tanunda. A community Club is a not-for-profit venture that is owned and operated by the community, and with all proceeds made generated back into the venue and also into supporting local sporting and community endeavours. An avid sponsor of local sport and community groups, the Clubhouse has remained true to this charter by supporting local football, netball, bowls, hockey, tennis, athletics, schools, kindys and a number of charitable organisations too numerous to mention here. “The club culture in South Australia is very different to other States“, said

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Clubhouse General Manager, Jack Ferrett. “An example of this is that in NSW and Victoria if you live within 5 kilometres of a Club and choose not to be a member, you can only enter that Club as a visitor no more than 3 times in any given year.” “Here the door is open to anyone to come in without being a member. Instead, we reward our loyal members with special privileges through through our Clubhouse ‘Rewards & Discounts Card’. ” GOOD LUCK! Members of the Club-house can participate in cash prize draws every Wednesday and Friday night, ‘Spin the Wheel’ after-work drink discounts, weekend Happy Hours, a Booze Wheel, events and more.

DINING IN COMFORT AT THE CLUBHOUSE. Great meals and a wall-length panorama of the Barossa Valley as a seasonal backdrop, featuring the stunning photography of local artist Dragan Dragan Radocaj who has developed a national following for his magical photos. AWARD WINNING dining is what locals have come to expect from the Clubhouse, where the focus is on great a la carte meals that offer consistently good value. Whether dining out with friends and family or introducing guests to the Barossa, there is something on the extensive menu for everyone. Choose from steak, seafood, schnitzels and daily chef specials. After dinner you can head to the ‘Club Cafe’ for a liqueur coffee or affagato, and perhaps a heavenly cake or piece of their Chef’s own recipe Rocky Road. A childrens’ menu and Kids Room

help keep youngsters entertained. Regular diners know that by joining as a member at this very popular community Club, they will receive extra discounts and priviledges for a full year. Once financial, Members can even win a free meal by swiping their membership card through the venue’s ‘Doorman’ machine. They will also automatically receive a free birthday meal when dining with a friend. Financial members are also entitled to free corkage (one bottle every visit for a year: a savings of $10 a bottle) and free cakeage for

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special events (a saving of $3 per head). Minors dining with a financial member receive $2 off their meal price, every time. To enquire about membership, talk to any of the friendly Clubhouse staff members, who will ask you to complete a membership form. On payment of your annual membership fee, you will be issued with a Membership card that will be activated right away so you can start enjoying those membership benefits. Great for you and a great way to support this proud communityowned Club.

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WELCOME! Clubhouse Duty Managers, Kyran Gardener and Mick Kelly, are pleased to welcome new members to enjoy the amenities at the venue, including ‘Happy Hours’ in the Club Bar and Locals Bar.

MEMBERSHIP of the Clubhouse in Tanunda is not reserved for the elite, but open to anyone in the community who enjoys good food, great atmosphere, and value-added benefits that put money back in your pocket!

membership package right”, said General Manager, Jack Ferrett. “Last year members shared around $50,000 in benefits so that’s 50,000 reasons to join us now!”

Membership costs just $50 for a full year, and becomes even cheaper if you commit to join for 2 or 3 years. Members can win their full membership back in no time by swiping their membership card through the Club’s ‘Doorman’ machine every time they enter the venue, which awards instant prizes and discounts. Other benefits include Happy Hour drink prices and events.

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Premium Barossa reds are now available by the glass or ½ glass, thanks to the Club’s high-tech ‘Ernomatic’ pourer that protects wines from oxidation.

Clubhouse General Manager, Jack Ferrett, stands alongside some of the past Presidents of The Clubhouse, as featured on the walls of the venue’s Presidents Room, which is available for private bookings and intimate function events for up to 30 people.

All the Presidents GENERATIONS of community leaders have presided over the Board of the Clubhouse since its incorporation in 1891, beginning with prominent local grower and businessman, John Basedow, who rallied the Tanunda community and organised the first meeting to discuss the formation of a club. John Basedow’s vision was realised and his enthusiasm to provide a venue where locals could meet to socialise and discuss the burgeoning grape growing and wine making industry of the day found support within the traditional German community. Today, portraits of the past Presidents of

the Clubhouse hang proudly alongside that of the current President (who reports he is still very much alive), Brian Conway, in a private dining room known as ‘The Presidents Room’. The Presidents Room is part of the Club’s main dining area but can be booked as a private dining room catering for meetings and small functions of up to 30 guests. Equipped with a 60” plasma screen fitted with USB port, guests can utilise this amenity for media and slide show presentations if required. Bookings are essential and enquiries can be directed to Clubhouse staff on 8563 2058. Wednesday, August 1, 2012 - Page 11 - The Herald, Barossa Valley


Views expressed in the Letters to the editor are not those of the Herald. We welcome topical letters, with preference to letters of no more than 200 words. All letters are checked for authenticity. Pseudonyms are not acceptable. Mail your letters to: The editor, PO Box 43, Tanunda, SA, 5352. Fax: 8563 3655. E-mail:

Tree health and terroir WHAT matter if the Barossa lost its gum trees, symbols of a region’s health? How would this sit with our image of a healthy landscape? The idea of a Barossa without its big gum trees is like a car with no wheels. Look carefully at our big gums and you will notice they are isolated, in an expanse of grazing land or vineyards, without any understorey or supporting vegetation. The wheels have really fallen off. Our gums are like motor cars; they need fuel and they need to be serviced regularly. Cars can’t be running on empty forever. Fuel for gum trees comes from healthy soil beneath them, formed over time by natural leaf litter falling to ground and decaying into humus, and being surrounded and supported by local Barossa plants, wattles, she-oaks, dianellas, grasses and the like. Gum trees are serviced by woodland birds and insects that keep the bugs out of the system and control leaf-eating insects that are currently out of control

defoliating entire trees. Here’s the catch: many of these vacuumcleaning birds and insects need the shrub layer beneath the gums for their survival. Imagine all the cars in the Barossa and only one mechanic to service them all; that’s how it is right now, all the trees need servicing but the mechanics have almost died out. There are examples of gums that are thriving, notably in the few patches of remnant bushland, where leaf litter, helpful insects and woodland birds still exist. Community action has also reinvigorated The Old Gum Tree at Barossa Bushgardens, recalled to life after ten years of changed land use beneath its canopy. So what can we do collectively? Imagine a Barossa with healthy gums once more. To bring back the tree mechanics and fill the tanks of the trees again will take a landscape-scale community effort. When more landowners chip in and nurture even a few gums on their property it will add to the good work of some, and

contribute to the greater good. We are all connected here. Chris Hall and Kate Jenkins (chair) on behalf of Barossa Bushgardens committee Insurance anger Once again my blood pressure levels have taken another hit, this time the anger I feel over this ridiculous impost known as public liability insurance. While big corporations are getting richer and richer, our communities and way of life are being undermined because of excessive insurance fees. Now it’s a craft group and its weekly meeting in a local community centre under threat because of a $600 per annum impost. Remember the local lace makers at Murray Bridge who got told they couldn’t tat in the local park? What sort of society have we become? Why do we put up with this crap? Is there a kind philanthropist out there who can donate $600 per annum in this case, as much as I would begrudge seeing it

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handed over to an insurance company? I truly despair at the way our quality of life is being undermined due to crazy regulations, fees, fines and charges. Where are our politicians on this, just sitting on their hands as usual? Perhaps Ivan could donate a bit out of his termination payment? Alex Hodges Birdwood What’s in a name Silly me. In the Smith/Rosenzweig discussion, while I included the Wendish name, Kowald (boosting the “Smith” numbers), I clean forgot the far more obvious German names: variations on Shmit, Schmit, Schmitt, Schmid, Schmidt. While on holiday in Switzerland once, my wife and I were taken up a mountain with friends, who provided a picnic lunch. I have always loved playing with words. German for sandwich is Schnitte, ham is Schinken. On being handed a ham sandwich I loudly proclaimed “Aaaah, Stinken”, (liberal translation = “it stinks” ); saying it with a broad smile, as if proud I had got the right word for “ham”. Our kind hosts were horrified, but masked their amused reaction by gazing at the view, facing away from us. I could see their shoulders shaking with laughter. They would not dream of embarrassing guests who fluffed their language. Naturally, I was straight-faced. After some time, they twigged that my mistake was deliberate. “You knew,” they exclaimed. Of course I knew. It’s what we in Australia call a joke. ( pastor ) Richard Ansoul via e-mail Another Labor ‘con’ On top of the fiascos of the solar heating/electricity, water tank subsidies and the Green Home subsidy etc, we now have the incumbent idiot in charge of Parliament trying to make people believe that as from July 1 most people will pay less or no income tax. I am still trying to work that one out because I have received notification that the indexing of my superannuation pension from July 1 would result in an increase of $1.08 per fortnight. The increase was so small because, according to the letter, the CPI increase for the period September 2011 to March 2012 was very small resulting in a pension increase of less than one per cent. This in spite of the never-ending rise in just about every commodity particularly food items. That being said, continuing to read the letter showed that my actual income, which would be paid into my bank account, was lower by some $30 per fortnight. I rang both the payer and my bank to discover if there had been a mistake. I was informed that no mistake had been made and the reduction of my net income was a result of ‘increased’ tax deductions. Since this did not coincide with the hype about reduced taxation I checked the ATO web-site and downloaded the tax rates for both 2011/2012 and 2012/2013. Making easy calculations there was no difficulty in confirming that in

2012/2013 if one earns more than $37,000 per annum one would be paying more tax (not taking into account any deductions which may be relevant) than for the previous year. Since, in my case, nothing has changed apart from the underwhelming increase in my pension due to the CPI increase (how that is calculated is anyone’s guess but probably the weather pattern is included in there somewhere) it would appear that I am going to be worse off to the amount of $15 per week. Correction - to the tune of $14.46 per week - I forgot the pension rise. So much for Labor party promises. From my viewpoint, as far as any financial acuity is concerned, this current bunch of political maggots could not run the proverbial lemonade stall without bankruptcy figuring in it somewhere. Robert H Mercer Mt Pleasant Anti-AFL AFL Round 18: Average winning margin per match, 63.5 points (10 goals). Unfortunately,the competition has become very predictable and boring, a recipe for disaster in sport. I can hardly wait for next week. Not. Rick Drewer Gawler East Parental guidance Natasha Haby, of Nildottie, I applaud you for your excellent letter, and strongly agree with your comments. As a child I was disciplined, not physically, but obedience was rewarded. No food was wasted. I had to eat what was put in front of me, and I had to do as I was told, my parents were in charge. Now I am 90 I can say with confidence I know I was fortunate to have strong, honest parents. Throughout the war years in England there were many times which called for discipline and courage, and I am sure my early training served me well. I feel very sorry for the young impressionable girls and boys these days. Television has much to be deplored with crimes, immorality and coarse language. Where can our young people find good role models? We had cowboys and Indians, sure, but the goodies always won. If we are to believe all we read, numbers of people do not feel that faith in God is needful. Of course that is their choice, and a great loss. Such a lot of our training in honesty and love was taught by kindly Sunday School teachers. There are some who scoff and jeer, and write it all off. But I know of many who have found wonderful peace and joy in simple belief, and nothing can replace the life-long faith that has helped me through many a crisis. Apart from this, it is evident that spending alarming amounts of time linked to electronic devices is destroying the skills of communication with others. I agree with Natasha, today’s children are potentially the leaders of tomorrow’s society. Lyn Edgson Mt Pleasant


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Crack down on stock thieves “Police will continue to actively visit farmers and others in their areas, sharing information and advice, to make it harder for criminals to dispose of animals and to encourage those affected by stock theft to report it to police,” Bvt Sgt Bruggemann said. Landholders should be aware, vulnerable to theft are sheep as they bring good prices and are relatively easy to dispose of. He added, “We want farmers to report all their stock thefts, including sheep, to police, because that will help us reduce the opportunities receivers have to dispose of animals and build a much better picture about the size and scope of the stock theft problem”. To report stock theft, phone Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.



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Gawler police reports Arrests •A 25-year-old Two Wells man was arrested on July 24 by Barossa CIB for aggravated serious criminal trespass and assault cause harm. •A 22-year-old Salisbury North man was arrested on July 25 by Barossa CIB for assault cause harm and aggravated serious criminal trespass. •A 23-year-old Gawler West man was arrested on July 25 by Gawler Police for a warrant. •A Gawler East male youth was arrested on July 25 by Gawler Police for mark graffiti. •A 61-year-old Gawler man was arrested on July 27 by Gawler Police for disorderly behaviour and urinate in a public place. Reports •A Gawler man was issued with an expiation notice for ‘not displaying P Plates by the Gawler Police on July 23. •A 21-year-old woman from Saddleworth was reported on July 28 by Gawler Police for drive unlicensed never held and breach


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of bail. Her vehicle was impounded for 28 days. •A 19-year-old man from Hewett was reported on July 29 by Gawler Police for PCA (0.108) and Breach of P1 Conditions. His vehicle was seized and his licence disqualified. Theft •About 50 metres of 600 volt cabling was stolen from Road Train Drive, Two Wells, between July 26 and 27. •A mobile phone was stolen from a car parked on Creedon Close, Evanston Park, on July 24. •An excavator was stolen from a business on Theene Avenue, Willaston, after unknown suspects gained entry into the premises, between July 26 and 27. Anyone with information about the theft can contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or at Property Damage •A vehicle parked at the Gawler train station car park received scratches on the bonnet, doors and wheel guard on July 27.

High range drink driver reported A 27-year-old Gawler man has been reported for drink driving, with a reading of 0.206 and driving while unlicensed. The man was detected by the Nuriootpa Police detected

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CLARE VALLEY BED BREAKFAST GUIDE The Retreat at Mt Surmon Wines is set amongst the vines. Its well known peace and tranquillity, on top of a hill, transports guests to another world. The luxury modern studio apartment is the ideal get away for romantic interludes with deep, long soak sparkling rainwater baths, reverse cycle air-conditioning, electric blankets and a chiminea on your own private terrace. Complimentary continental breakfasts are prepared by your hosts and delivered to your apartment. In-house lunch and dinners are available on request. All of Clare’s cellar doors are within easy driving distance making The Retreat a perfect comfortable winter get-away. Booking is essential. Phone (08) 8842 1250 or email Jeni on:

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In the little town of Halbury you'll find a pet and family friendly bed and breakfast located on six acres. The fully self-contained bed and breakfast accommodation surrounded by pepper trees, making it quiet and private. You are greeted with a three-bedroom house that comfortably sleeps eight people in two queen beds and two sets of single bunk beds - perfect for the bigger family. While the parents relax there is plenty to keep the children happy, with a bike track, cubby house, sandpit, swings, golf driving range, Play Station 2 with games, digital television, DVDs, toys and books. For the adults who enjoy a bit of golf there is a 300metre driving range and they offer guests two for one green fees at the Balaklava Golf Course. There is also plenty of room for a game of bocce, backyard cricket, a kick of the football or you could just sit back and relax on the porch watching the world go by. The home has a well equipped kitchen, dining area, cosy lounge room, front and rear verandah, a four burner barbecue and much more. "We supply cooked breakfast provisions, bacon, eggs, tomato, plus juice, milk, coffee, assortment of teas, assorted cereals, bread and spreads," owner Jodie Sabato said. On arrival you get a bottle of local wine, chocolates, fresh flowers and discount vouchers. Halbury is located only minutes from Balaklava, and a short drive to many Clare Valley wineries. Children under nine and pets stay for free, for more information visit


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In the heart of a vineyard on the outskirts of Clare you will find a small 100 year-old cottage. The cottage named “Sweet Briar in the Vines” has complete views of vineyards and rolling hills, perfect for the country escape. The refurbished three-bedroom cottage is spacious and can fit up to eight people. And you don't have to share bathrooms - there are two, that are also spacious. A wrap around veranda covers the outside of the cottage and is a great spot to sit and unwind. It is located only 4.5kilometres from Clare and is only a skip over the road to the Riesling Trail. The oldfashioned style of the cottage continues with the house keeper, who utilises fresh rain water, a gentle fabric detergent and she also hangs the sheets outside to allow for fresh and crisp starched bed linen. The fridge offers you a hearty English breakfast hamper with everything you could want. And on arrival you will receive the owner's locally grown wine, gourmet cheese and crackers. The B & B reopened in April this year and the owners have said they've had nothing but positive and wonderful feedback. The cottage is comprised of 2 queen bedrooms and 1 king, 2 bathrooms, bunk beds for the kids and all the facilities you need.

Situated in the heart of the Clare Valley Sevenhill Cottages offer more than meets the eye - you just have to think outside the square. The historic three-bedroom home along with two, two-bedroom cottages is available seven-days a week. Being in the heart of the Clare Valley makes the cottages close to everything and they are directly across the road from the historic Sevenhill Pub and popular Little Red Grape. Sevenhill Cottages is only a short walk from the Sevenhill Cellars, while only a hop skip and a jump to several other wineries and towns. The cottages and home are fully self-contained, cater for families and have full kitchen facilities including provisions for cooked and continental breakfasts. If you want to unwind for a day or the weekend there's plenty of shaded and lawned areas overlooking vineyards. All accommodation has reverse cycle and slow combustion heating. Speak with Brian or Elaine today about their one night stay options.

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EXPLANATION: New Kapunda chiropractor Dr Alan Clarence discussing an X-ray with Herald advertising consultant Renee Day. DO YOU have a back or neck pain or a migraine? Maybe you don’t sleep well? Kapunda now has a chiropractor operating from the Kapunda Medical Practice on Tuesdays. Dr Alan Clarence, who has 13 years training and experience in Australia and abroad is delighted to be able to help people from Kapunda and surrounding areas. He will start on Tuesday, August 7. “Chiropractic can produce amazing results for patients of all ages,” Dr Clarence said. “People generally associate chiropractic with back, neck and should pain, headaches and migraines which we treat successfully.

“But there is also a growing body of evidence that chiropractic can help with sleep, vitality and general well-being.” Dr Clarence starts each treatment with a soft tissue massage to loosen the body before applying a gentle, specific manual adjustment. He describes his techniques as ‘old-style traditional manual chiropractic’ but with the added benefit and safety of the latest scientific advancements. Chiropractic works by correcting any musculo skeletal joint dysfunction to optimise the body’s function, thereby alleviating pain and improving the function of the nervous

system and body mechanics. Ms Sandra Merkx, practice manager at Kapunda Medical Practice, said, “We are delighted to have Alan join our allied health team. “Chiropractic adds a new dimension to the care options we are able to provide,” she said. Dr Clarence is an authorised provider for DVA, Workcover, Allied Health Care Plans and TAC. Appointments are available from 8.30am on Tuesdays. Booking are essential on 8566 2900. Consultations are largely claimable on private health cover.

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Touareg chosen for record attempt record. Along the way, this adventure will prove the Touareg can handle the most strenuous terrain in the world, while demonstrating Volkswagen’s durability, reliability, comfort and fuel efficiency is a match for even the most demanding of driving schedules.” The Challenge4 team are no strangers to endurance driving, in fact they have already achieved several world records behind the wheels of Volkswagens. Most recently, Zietlow and his team set a new world record for driving the Panamericana road from Argentina to Alaska. They took just 11 days and 17 hours to reach their goal, and did it all in the same Touareg that will be used in their latest record attempt. Team leader, Rainer Zietlow, said: “It feels great to be getting on the road again for this, our latest adventure. Nine countries and 23,000 kilometres in 16 days is a tall order, but thanks to our supporters we have a robust vehicle outfitted with everything we need to get us to St Petersburg.” The world record journey is also one of goodwill: Zietlow will donate 10 Euro cents for each kilometre driven to Plan International, a charity organisation operating a

MOTHER & Baby magazine have announced the Passat Wagon 125TDI as the Family Car of the Year in this year’s inaugural Australian Mother & Baby magazine awards. The awards are celebrating the star baby and toddlerrelated products and innovations across 27 categories which were tested by a specialist panel as well as a group of mums. Fiona Wright, editor-in-chief of Mother & Baby magazine announced: “We are thrilled to launch the 2012 Australian Mother & Baby Magazine Awards. Over the past six months we’ve thoroughly tested every product, making sure it does its job, and does it well.” The expert panel recognised the Passat as a great package: “You get premium-car specs, like leather trim, dualzone aircon and touchscreen display for family-car money.”

YOUNG DRIVERS! Mum and Dad on your case, worried about you and your vehicle? READY: Rainer Zietlow, and his Challenge4 team choose Volkswagen Touareg for their world record drive from Melbourne to St Petersburg. surfaces at varying altitudes. childrens’ rights project in The vehicle has been Laos. equipped with larger tyres and Zietlow and the Challenge4 heavy duty suspension for team have chosen the Touareg comfort over the undoubted V6 TDI for its durability, highrough terrain, but except for performance and long-range this and an enlarged fuel tank, fuel efficiency. the vehicle is mechanically Its turbo-charged 3.0l V6 TDI standard. engine delivers 180kw at For more information, and for 4000rpm and a maximum daily updates from Zietlow and 550Nm of torque at 2000rpm the Challenge4 team, log on to and is designed to perform on rugged terrain and mixed road

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RENOWNED adventurer, Rainer Zietlow, and his Challenge4 team departed Melbourne’s Town Hall last Thursday in their Volkswagen Touareg TDI, hoping to arrive a record-breaking 16 days later at their destination: St Petersburg, Russia. Zietlow and his teammates will travel 23,000 kilometres on their adventure and pass through nine countries: Australia, East Timor, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Laos, China, Kazakhstan and finally Russia. The team will be looking to their Volkswagen Touareg to carry them through the most extreme climates and road conditions, ranging from the Australian desert, through the rain forests of Sumatra and Java, the Himalaya passes and the Kazakh Veldt. The team of three will drive five-hour shifts in rotation, 24 hours a day. They will carry enough provisions for the entire trip and will stop only to refuel in order to keep to their punishing schedule. The only times the Touareg will be at a standstill will be during transport across water. Volkswagen Group Australia managing director, Anke Koeckler, said: “We wish Zietlow and the Challenge4 team the very best of luck in the pursuit of their latest world

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hen we experience the pleasure of sitting down to a roast dinner and congratulate the skills of the cook, we should also spare a thought for the butcher who carefully selected and cut the prime section of lamb or beef. While we owe our choice of meat cuts to the skills

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FRESH, if you want the freshest cut of meat at the best price you should pay a visit to Drakes Foodland Gawler.

One of the things that sets Drakes Foodland Gawler meat apart from the rest is their 200% freshness guarantee.

“Instead of getting our meat cut elsewhere we order a full pig, lamb, or beef and cut everything here,” Nick said.

Gawler Foodland and pay Nick a visit. He will be more than happy to ensure your next meal is a big success.

Butcher Nick Hallion of Drakes Foodland Gawler has been dicing and cutting up your meat for over nine years.

“If you buy a packet of porterhouse and it’s not fresh we will give you your money back and replace the product,” Nick said.


“I have been working with Foodland for 10 years,” Nick said, “And for nine and a half of those years I’ve been a butcher.”

To ensure that all the meat you purchase is fresh Drakes Foodland Gawler have it cut on site by their butchers.

To top off their freshness guarantee Foodland has their own special brand of beef that they guarantee to always be tender.

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Crestline Meats SUPPORTING the regional community is what Crestline Meat is all about. Established in 1975 in Gawler, Crestline has been supplying good quality meat to the public since its doors first opened. Owner Matthew Amundsen has been cutting, marinating and selecting the best cuts of meat for your dinner table for the past 17 years. Their trade mark beef steaks are their

If you need a fresh cut of meat of your next family meal be sure to call into Drakes

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Mustard Rumps and these delicious cuts of meat are constantly in demand. “All our meats are locally grown and our staff are all locals,” Matthew said, “Our kids go to school here and our families work in the area.” Coming in second to their quality meat is their quality service. No meat gets severed without a friendly gesture and a nice hello.

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“We are all about good old fashioned service,” Matthew said. Their trade mark slogan ‘quality meat at affordable prices’ couldn’t be closer to the truth. They offer so many great specials that you could walk in their door and leave with enough meat to host an exceptional barbeque for under $50. If you want the best meat on your dinner

table tonight head down to Crestline Meats and one of their friendly staff members will be happy to help you. ................................................................ Massive Rumps $16.99kg Coopers Pale Ale Sausages $9.99kg SA Grown lamb - Forequarters 2 kg $20 - Loin 2 kg $30 Specials available till August 8, 2012

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JASON Kemsley has had 28 years 4 qualified butchers to cater for your Soon to also grace the shelves will be free range goat and a range of world wide experience as a butcher. requirements. Originally from the United Kingdom, “After settling in to the job, we’ve venison. “We know customers are health conscious too these days so we have a wide range of gluten free and organic products as well as corn-fed “With these changes I have been able chicken. to introduce a number of new lines “Foodland Nuriootpa recognises which are worth dropping in to have every customer is an individual and so we are more than happy to do a look at.” Jason said he has already introduced personalised cuts to suit.”

Jason came to Australia in 2006 taken the opportunity to overhaul before joining Foodland Nuriootpa and rearrange the cabinet display making it better for our valued over two years ago. “I really enjoy being part of the Co- customers. Op and having the opportunity to meet with the local community,” Jason said. “The feedback I have received has helped to grow and further develop the range of meat products on offer to our customers and this growth has enabled me to offer some great late week specials recently”

a new duck and black pig ranges and is also launching Australia’s leading beef brand, the King Island Beef range. A grass fed, free range and “At Foodland we can help in all areas hormone free range that is MSA from retail to catering and have a and graded, tenderness guaranteed and have a fantastic team of 11 including restaurant quality.

So drop in to the butcher section of Foodland Nuriootpa and take a look at the outstanding cabinet display and have a chat with Jason and his team, they’re keen to have a chat about your meat requirements.

COMMUNITY MINDED: Jason Kemsley and James Shortt, apprentice butcher (soon to be qualified) of Nuriootpa Foodland, both keen to meet the local community

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Real Estate Liftout

Lovely old lady Hidden away in Allendale North is an old villa home. See Domain P3.

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PUBLIC NOTICE Re: Section 7 The Vendor’s statement relating to matters affecting the advertised properties in this publication may be inspected at the agents office three business days prior to the auction or at the place of auction thirty minutes before sale. 1831856

WOW, built by Fairmont Homes in 2005 and in absolute “mint” condition. This wonderful home in Hewett offers four double bedrooms, three with matching built-in robes and the main with a walk-in robe and sparkling ensuite. The formal lounge is warm and inviting and leads to the formal dining which boasts octagonal bay windows with a view of the pergola area and beautifully established gardens.


The open family/meals area and kitchen area is glorious and light-filled - a fantastic “hub” and centrepiece to the home. What sets this property apart from the norm is the attention to detail of all the fixtures and fittings as well as soft furnishings. It is a new home but established and complete. Temperature control is via reverse-cycle ducted heating and cooling split into six zones.

There is a double garage under the main roof and separate side access set on a huge 1505 square metre allotment with sweeping views. Inspection is a must to appreciate the quality of the home, priced at $499,950 you will be very impressed, better than new without all the hassle of building. To arrange an inspection or for more information call Kies Real Estate on 8523 3777. RLA61382.




LYNDOCH $335K-$355K

ANGASTON $300,000

GAWLER EAST $429-$439K



Lot 102 Belvidere Rd Open Sat 2.45-3.15pm

9B Ferguson Crt

GREAT HORSE PROPERTYON 26.7 ACRES 3 bed, 2 bath, 20 cars. Lnge & fml dine. Near new wood kitchen with new elec oven , meals/family room. 3 way bthrm, main bed with ens + WIR. Comb heat & ducted cool, vdah, dbl c/pt, 6 x 9.2m gge, 4 bay in house horse complex, tack & feed areas, massive 15m x 15m imp shed, approx 1ac lic vineyard, pgla, winter dam, 100,000 r/water plumbed to home. School bus stops at gate. Only mins to Nuriootpa. Sue Schugmann 0419 850 408

THE COMPLETE PACKAGE Built by Marshall Thompson this quality home offers great value. Approx. 1006m2 block, with 3 brms ens & WIR to main. Bed 2 has BIR. Sep entry, lge lnge, sep dining, family room. Kitchen has WIP & lots of cupboard space, Ducted cooling, comb heat, huge pitched vdah, 6 Solar panels, c/pt plus room for a caravan. Set in a court location, close to Lyndoch primary and local shopping.

TANUNDA $245K- $260K

Open Sat 12.30-1pm

Sue Schugmann 0419 850 408

TANUNDA $420K-$440K

OPEN 1 Elm Street

Open Sun 2-2.30pm

INVEST FOR THE FUTURE! Great investment! Buy now and rent this solid 3 bedroom home with large eat-in kitchen, open plan lounge/rumpus with up-graded bathroom for approx. $240pw for rent and then when the time is right clear the land and build two semidetached villas and reap the rewards. (Subject to Council Consent) Elle Moreton 0488 996 566

5 Holmes Street

22 McGahan Crt

ATTENTION BUILDERS, HANDYMEN AND INVESTORS For anyone looking for a worthwhile challenge you couldn’t go past this opp. A 3 brm house on an elevated block (approx. 662m2) with a 2nd allot of equal size. House needs full decoration and some handyman work. Close to main street. Renovate the house and sell the block or demolish &develop, either outcome will rewards. Peter Fairweather 0415 825 420

TWO STOREY BEAUTY You couldn't build it for this price. Separate entry, formal lounge, up to the minute kitchen, stainless steel appliances, rumpus room, meals/family room, formal dining, 4 brms, ducted air and gas heat, 914m2 allotment, fantastic views, walking distance to Gawler main street. Sue Schugmann 0419 850 408

LYNDOCH $335,000

OPEN 5 Kramer Street

Open Fri 5.30-6pm

IMPRESSIVE INSIDE AND OUT. Sat 3.45-4.15pm Built by Medallion Homes this property includes, stunning entry, vaulted ceilings, 3 brms, ens, sep lnge or 4th brm, blackwood kitchen with granite tops, large dining and family, spa bath, double garage with panel lift door and rear roller door. Pitched roof under cover veranda, low maintenance gardens. Ducted R/C A/C. Inspection will impress. Sue Schugmann 0419 850 408



Open Sat 1.30-2pm

GREENOCK $335K-$345K



3 Klose Street

11 Murray Street

FAMILY HOME SET ON A HUGE 1257m2 BLOCK Good family home, with great shedding and room for the children to play, 3 brms, birs, external rumpus /teenage retreat, sep lnge, meals/ family room, kitchen with eectric appliances, Gas log fire and ducted A/C, Paved Pergola, dbl c/pt, 35 x 30 gge, concrete and power, orchard and Chook run, rainwater tank, Room for the caravan. Sue Schugmann 0419 850 408

OWN A PIECE OF HISTORY Wonderful opp to invest in a well established B&B in the Barossa. Being one of the original telegraph stations between Adelaide & Angaston it offers loads of history. Beautifully restored and presented 2 brm cottage, cosy lnge, charming fully equipped kitchen, spa & r/c ducted a/c. All inclusive with forward bookings. Peter Fairweather 0415 825 420

8563 3511 F: 8563 0105 E:

Peter Fairweather 0415 825 420

Sue Schugmann 0419 850 408

Sue Fechner 8563 3511

Elle Moreton 0488 996 566

Property Manager Anne Johansson 8563 3511

RLA 1997

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Real Estate Liftout PROPERTY OF THE WEEK

Roll or renovate

ROOM TO MOVE: Just part of the property at Allendale North.

Sleeping beauty HIDDEN away, just off Mount Allen Road, in Allendale North is a ‘sleeping beauty’ just waiting for renovation. Situated on just over 37 acres of arable land, ideal for horses, cattle or sheep is this lovely old villa home circa 1900. All rooms are generous in size and include open fireplaces plus two rooms downstairs, offering the possibility to extend to a long cellar area. No doubt, the home needs some work but could be a ‘lovely old

lady’ once again. There is ample shedding and the original shearing sheds. A second house is a timber-framed three-bedroom home currently returning $140-per-week rent. The owner is keen to move on. So come and have a look, do the sums and make an offer. Allendale North is a tightly held area with easy commuting to Kapunda and the Barossa Valley. Call David from Hambours on 8566 2209 or 0414 917 474.

OPTIONS: The Angaston property which would suit renovators, handymen or developers. FOR all of those renovators, handymen and developers who are on the lookout for a worthwhile challenge and an opportunity to add value, this Angaston property is just the ticket. Located close to the main street, within easy walking distance of shops, cafes and the local park, its elevated position adds to its appeal. Being on a no through road means the location is quiet with minimal traffic. The home sits on an allotment of about 662 square metres with an adjoining allotment of equal size providing a number of

options to work with. The existing house is a blank canvas. Constructed of cement blocks it has three bedrooms and a traditional layout that needs full decoration, tiling and other handyman work to make it a very liveable home. This is the classic example of turning a sow’s ear into a silk purse. There is also the second allotment to consider. This provides the potential to establish a second title and either sell the block or build, subject to council consents. If neither of these options fit

your plans the existing house could be demolished and both allotments developed. The potential for this property is enormous with each of the possible outcomes providing their own reward.

At a glance... Where: 5 Holmes Street, Angaston. Feature: Two for the price of one. Price: $300,000. Open: By appointment. Agent: Barossa Real Estate 8563 3511. RLA1997. Contact: Peter Fairweather 0415 825 420.

Hambours R E A L E S TAT E






3 BEDROOM BRICK VENEER HOME. 3 Bedroom brick veneer home on 1258m2 block circa 191, 147 EBA. Tiled roof- restored 7 years ago. Surrounded by quality homes, on fully sealed road, very handy to main street facilities. RLA 150685

Asking $320,000

AFFORDABLE COTTAGE. Looking for an affordable 2

brm cottage on a dbl block approx. 2000m2, In a quiet country hamlet? Have a look at this one. Located in the centre of Hampden & within easy reach of Eudunda. Features include a front fml lnge room, kitchen/dining area, iron roof & plenty of shedding. Original Simpson wood heater still in use in kitchen plus electric stove. Needs a little work but would respond well to someone who has the time and skill to upgrade.

RLA 150685

Asking $140,000



ORIGINAL SOLID BRICK FAMILY HOME - 2.5 acres, is fully est. with country outlook but close for an easy drive to the town of Eudunda. Features 3 good-sized bdrms, main with builtin robes, large OP lounge/dining/kitchen area, spacious sunroom, fully enclosed to the rear of the home. Outside is a dbl grg and 60'x40' galvanised iron shed with concrete floor and 3-phase power plus a pit. Also garden/tool shed and good-size vegie patch. Extensive rainwater strge plus mains wtr & 1.5kw solar panels. RLA 150685 Asking $320,000

GREAT OPPORTUNITY. Here is a great opportunity for a handyman/builder. This 3 brm stonemason-built home on about 180 acres loc 5 min drive from the Sutherlands Hotel on a quiet country rd. Craftsman-built with very special features. Mains elec & water, r/wtr tanks, gas hot wtr & cooking. Still needs some finishing touches but someone willing to do the work will reap the rewards. Further details available to genuine clients. Asking $350,000 - will consider offers RLA150685

OPTIONS: The second home on the property is pictured above and below the tree-lined entry to the property.

Mark Hambour Lic Agents. 65 Main Street, Kapunda. RLA150685 W18402359

Phone David on 8566 2209 all hours

email: | | mobile: 041 491 7474

Urgently Required:

• Character stone homes • Vacant acreage (large or small) • Hobby or income producing farms

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Beautifully renovated with features galore LOCATED on the outskirts of Greenock, with wonderful rural views is this fully renovated home on over an acre of land. The home has three bedrooms, two with ensuites and a third family bathroom complete with European laundry. All bathrooms are tiled from floor to ceiling, as you would expect in a home of this quality. The master bedroom has a walk-in robe and large picture windows to let the light in and make the most of the views. The kitchen, with stainless-steel appliances including a dishwasher, is the hub of the home, with an area for a table and chairs and direct access to the outdoor entertaining area. Soft closing cupboard doors and automatic lights are just a couple of the many features. There is a wide breakfast bar, beautifully tiled floors and modern, yet neutral tones, complete the space. Formal lounge and dining area are at the front of the home, again taking in the views on offer, and a large separate family/living room at the rear of the home provide plenty of space for family living. Outdoor features include the gabled, all-weather outdoor entertaining area with access to living and garage areas. The double garage under the main roof has automatic roller doors and is larger than most allowing both driver and passenger to open their car doors safely once inside. The dimensions of this garage are 8.7m x 9m - room for the cars and shelving if desired, however the huge shed beyond the house will fit everything

you need to store, allow for a workshop and provide additional carparking with its 12m x 9m dimension, concrete floors and power. The current owners have ensured that this property is virtually self sufficient with regards to power and water, with 16 x 3Kw solar panels and 88,000 litres of rainwater storage they have not paid for power and water for quite some time. The 25 fruit trees and a couple of vegetable garden beds, irrigated and protected from the bunnies are another self sufficiency feature. The large garden shed is currently being used as a potting shed, and is located adjacent to the well built shade house. The list of features could go on and on, but you really need to see the property to appreciate the love and attention that has gone into it.

EYE-CATCHER: The fully renovated Greenock home (above) and below part of the home’s interior.

At a glance... Where: 12 Victor Road, Greenock. Feature: Providing plenty of space for family living. Price: $485,000 - $500,000. Open: Sunday, August 5. When: 2.45pm - 3.15pm. Web ID: HRE678. Agent: Homburg Real Estate 8563 2599. RLA219152. Contact: Felicity Cock 0411 456 266 or David Braunack 0418 841 349.

7 Meadow Lane ROSEWORTHY $390,000 - $405,000 OPEN Sunday 12-12.30pm

Magnificent home set among beautiful gardens

Won’t Fence You In

A peaceful neighbourhood in a quiet cul de sac. This property is located only 3 minutes from Gawler and sits on the doorstep of the Barossa Valley. The home is set on a huge 1618ms allotment. If you are looking for a quality home with captivating street appeal, plenty of space, with amazing views then this could be the property you have been searching for. FEATURES: 4 Bedrooms, 4th bedroom currently set up as a home gym. Master Bedroom with Bay window, Ensuite and Walk In Robe. Stylish kitchen with stainless steel dishwasher and oven, with a large walk in pantry. Open Plan Family room and Dining. Formal lounge room/ Home Theatre. Reverse Cycle ducted Heating and Cooling. Cloak/Storage room. Quality fittings and fixtures through out. Large entertaining area. Carport Under Main Roof. 5 x 9 m appx shed with roller door, Concrete and Power Established low maintenance gardens on irrigation system. Established fruit tress inc apple, orange, Mulberry, Plum, nectarine and peach. Plus so many more features Web: SGE4827

Cassandra Washington 0403 167 458


David Washington 0403 167 459

RLA: 237185


What an Opportunity!

Large block, great shedding. 1960's solid brick 3 brm home. Office, formal lounge, o/plan kitchen/meals, brand new bathroom with twin vanities. 12m x 6m shed with two roller doors; 3.9m x 7.4m garage with roller door. PRICE EXPECT: $280,000

to $305,000


AUCTION Friday 10th August, 3.00pm Steve Redden 0408 836 914 RLA65389

1 Bernard Court GAWLER Phone (08) 8522 4443

FABULOUS: The Tanunda home with wonderful established gardens. POSITIONED in a sought-after location of Langmeil Estate on a no through road and sitting opposite a reserve this fabulous home at 20 Doering Street, Tanunda is surrounded by bursts of colour from January to December with wonderful established gardens providing an ever-changing scenery. Families will love the combination of open plan and formal living flowing easily from the wide tiled hallway. A large study or fourth bedroom lies opposite the separate lounge room offering a private place for students to do their homework without distractions of the television. A superb master suite is situated to the front of the home and offers a ‘his and hers’ walk-through robe to the well-appointed ensuite with dual basins, while underfloor heating throughout the home ensures chilly tiles under your feet in the mornings are a thing of the past. Two further bedrooms are accessed via a separate hallway off the open-plan living and share the family bathroom. Overlooking the open-plan living

and dining, the large island bench with Caesarstone bench tops incorporating a breakfast bar offers plenty of space for informal gatherings. Naturally the centre of any home, this kitchen is designed to allow you to be very much a part of the fun and activities as you prepare meals. Seamless transition from indoor to outdoor entertaining is perfectly accomplished with the roomy paved undercover area which will easily accommodate large gatherings, making your home a favourite among family and friends. Under a vergola roof, an extra entertaining area houses the natural gas outlet for your barbecue so you never have to worry about running out of gas again. Let your guests wander through the established grounds and at a time when costs seem to keep rising you can all enjoy the benefits of your very own vegetable garden already set up to enjoy. Offering a variety of home grown vegetables and fruit trees including peach, nectarine, plum, apple, quince and pecan, all watered with one of the two

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rainwater tanks totalling an impressive 7000 gallons, you are well on your way to becoming selfsufficient. Making the most of the about 1030 square metres this property will not disappoint. An extensive list of extras including an extra garage with workshop and power, and room for a caravan or boat, will delight every member of the family and all will enjoy living in the wonderful home and beautiful gardens.

At a glance... Where: 20 Doering Street, Tanunda. Feature: Immaculate home with large block of 1030sqm and 20x30 shed. Price: $590,000. Open: Sunday, August 5. When: 12.30pm - 1pm. Web ID: HRE668. Agent: Homburg Real Estate 8563 2599. RLA 219152. Contact: David Braunack on 0418 841 349.

Real Estate Liftout

Won’t fence you in SITUATED in a peaceful neighbourhood in a quiet cul de sac, this Roseworthy property is located only five minutes from Gawler and sits on the doorstep of the Barossa Valley. The home is set on a huge 1618 square metre allotment. If you are looking for a quality home with captivating street appeal, plenty of space, with amazing views then this could be the property you have been searching for. A must to view, this superb home is an acknowledgment that all the years of hard work have been rewarded. The home features a flexible floor plan with four bedrooms, or you could utilise the fourth as a home office, gym or even a formal dining. The master bedroom is huge with a bay window, walk-in robe and an ensuite. The open-plan kitchen has a walkin pantry, dishwasher and ample cupboards and bench top space. The family room and meals are of good size for a large family and for that added extra the lounge room or home theatre at the front of the home is perfect for individual space. The main wet areas are of generous size and include a three-way bathroom and there is a storage/cloak room. You will be comfortable all-year with the reverse-cycle ducted heating and cooling.

At a glance...

Great value block

Where: 7 Meadow Lane, Roseworthy. Price: $395,000 - $415,000. Web: SGE4827. RLA: 237185. Open: Contact agents. Call: Cassandra Washington on 0403 167 458 or David Washington on 0403 167 459.

There are quality fittings and fixtures throughout the home. It would be hard to find much more that needs to be done. Conveniently there is access into the back yard, ideal for boats/caravans or trailers. There is a carport under the main roof as well as a shed, about 5m x 9m, with roller door, concrete and power. One of the outstanding features of this property is the large free standing entertaining area. This is the perfect place to entertain or simply relax while taking in the views. The gardens are established and on irrigation system and there are ample fruit trees including apple, orange, mulberry, plum, nectarine and peach. All this plus much more, this property is a real must to inspect. There are surprises for all members of the family. Call us today Cassandra Washington 0403 167 458 and David Washington 0403 167 459. Harcourts Gawler Sales 8522 2286.

OPPORTUNITY: The block of land at Keyneton where the owner can build their own design. KEYNETON is located on the edge of the internationally famous wine growing region of the Barossa Valley. This lovely flat allotment has peaceful country views. Set amid big gum country on the road to the River Murray, Keyneton is a pretty country village of just a dozen or so buildings. Most of them date from the mid-late 1800s. The town was named after English pastoralist, Joseph Keynes, who had taken up the land in the early 1840s. His

descendants still continue to live and farm in the area. The small, rural community of Keyneton maintains a strong sense of pride, care and ownership with the beautiful Barossa Valley, just 10km from Angaston. Also just a few minutes’ walk to the Keyneton primary school. The good thing is there are no building encumbrances put on this property by the council with over 30m frontage and over 45m in depth you could dream up your own design, subject to

council consent. Water and power available. All offers considered - make an offer.

At a glance... Where: Lot 8 Sedan - Angaston Road, Keyneton. Features: Large flat block. Price: $73,000. Inspection: Contact agent. Agent: Julie Toth Real Estate. RLA 198199. Ph: 8562 4650. Contact: Julie Toth 0418 853 134.


... where people matter DUTTON


Lot 11 Truro-Eudunda Road OPEN Sun 5th Aug, 1.15 -1.45pm

DUTTON 2 John Road


OPEN Sun 5th Aug, 1.45 -2.15pm


COUNTRY LIVING On 2 ½ acres, this secluded 2 brm t/f home, decked returned verandah, attached single garage & carport, dble garage with power & concrete, & r/water tanks.



15 Coronation Ave


OPEN Sun 5th Aug, 12.15 -12.45pm

QUIET TREE LINED STREET Dble brick 3 brm home on a 780m2 cnr block. Large lounge, kitchen with pantry, heating & cooling. Dble gge, estab rear garden with fruit trees & more.

VALUED SENIORS We like to help you in any way we can. We are offering a discount on our sales commission as we feel our seniors need a fair go in our community.

Speak to Julie about your discount Call for your free market appraisal

1390m2 BLOCK – GREAT VALUE Large flat land with no encumbrances, over 30m frontage & over 45m in depth. Water and power available.

ONE ON ONE PROPERTY MANAGEMENT SERVICE TO OUR OWNERS AND TENANTS As an independent we are dedicated to excellence in management and caring for your property. We offer an honest and quality service.

8562 4650 0418 853 134

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Lot 8 Angaston-Swan Reach Road

2/7 Gawler Street, Nuriootpa


IMPRESSIVE: The superb Roseworthy home with amazing views is pictured above and below the lounge room with sliding door.

CHARM OF YESTERYEAR Beautiful 1925 Bungalow on approx 2000m2 land. 2 dbl bdrms, high tin cielings, picture rails, carport for 4 ars, shedding with pwr & concrete + rainwater tanks.

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Located in heart of Tanunda TAKE a look at this great little unit in the heart of Tanunda. Don’t drive? No problem here as you can walk to the local shopping centre and all of the other shops in town. This tree-lined street is much sought after because of its character homes and proximity to all local amenities. At the front of the home is a good sized separate lounge room which has a built-in display unit for those special ornaments. The kitchen is located to the rear of the home and has plenty of cupboard space and a breakfast bar that separates it from the dining area. All of the rooms are well proportioned including the two bedrooms. One of the features of this unit is the storage; there is a large pantry as well as linen cupboards in the hallway that leads to the bedrooms, bathroom and separate toilet. Conveniently located adjacent the kitchen is the laundry, with access to the rear courtyard. The home is serviced by a reversecycle wall mounted air conditioner. The garage is under the main roof

and has direct access into the unit great for security and for unloading the shopping. The rear courtyard is fully paved making it suitably low maintenance with plenty of room for your outside garden setting and potted plants. A rainwater tank is a worthwhile extra and great for watering your pot plants. If you are looking for a low maintenance home for your retirement or as an investment, then this may be the one for you.

At a glance... Where: Unit 5/1 College Street, Tanunda. Price: $239,950. View: Contact agent. Agent: Barossa Real Estate.

CLOSE TO FACILITIES: The Tanunda unit, perfect for access to shops and the main street.

RLA:1997. Contact: Sue Schugmann 0419 850 408 or 8563 3511.

What an opportunity

Think Big

62 Clare Road KAPUNDA


What a superb property we have for you. Situated on the edge of the Kapunda township, offering a quiet & relaxed lifestyle on 1537 sqm. Close to sporting facilities, schools & a short walk to the main street. This dble brick home is lrge, just perfect for the growing family with plenty of space for everyone. Features: 6 Bdrm’s, Master Bdrm with lrge BIR & modern ens & heat lamps, 2 Bdrms with BIR’s, Kitchen with ample cupboards, Dining, Lrge lounge rm with a s/system, Rumpus with R/C heating & cooling, Mn bthrm with seperate bath, Seperate toilet, High ceilings, Roller shutters to the rear, Alarm, Lrge ent area. Single grge with power & concrete, Workshop, Dble grge, Rear lane access, 3 Rainwater tanks, Est gardens, Auto watering system, PLUS SO MUCH MORE. Web ID: SGE4859

OPEN Sunday August 5th 3.00-3.30pm

PLENTY TO OFFER: The three-bedroom Concordia house is pictured above, and below, the kitchen.

David Washington 0403 167 459 Cassandra Washington 0403 167 458

RLA: 237185


Call us for more information or to arrange a viewing of this outstanding home.

43 Rosella Drive HEWETT $514,900 OPEN Sat 1.30-2.15pm & Sun 4.15-5.00pm

Delightful Family Home! The large 4 bedroom home has all you want. The kitchen is the centre of this home with plenty of cupboards Stainless Steel appliances, large family size oven and walk in pantry. Features Include: Master bedroom with walk in robe and large ensuite. Bedroom 2 with walk in robe and bedrooms 3 and 4 with built in robes, all double size rooms. Large open plan kitchen/meals/family area leading to the Alfresco outdoor entertaining area. Big games/rumpus room with access outdoors. Salt chlorinated pool with solar heating. Ducted reverse cycle heating and cooling. Floating floors. Double garage under the main roof with internal access through to the kitchen. Additional side access. 6 x 4 Shed plus garden shed. Well established gardens with subsurface irrigation to the lawns, plus drippers and sprays to the garden areas. Web: SGE4824

Nick Bevan 0407 917 456 WH1840641

Leanne Trimbell 0419 838 507

RLA: 237185

LOCATED on the fringe of Gawler’s eastern approach, this 1960s solid-brick home has plenty to offer. Three spacious bedrooms plus an office; generous formal lounge; open-plan kitchen and meals area and a brand new bathroom with twin vanities, large bath and shower. The home has been recently renovated with polished timber floors throughout, all but the bedrooms which have been newly carpeted. The new bathroom is a feature and beautifully done in neutral

tones and the large laundry has also been renovated. The 1450 square metre allotment gives ample room for further expansion and plenty of room for cars, boats, caravans or tradesman’s utes and small trucks. A 12m x 6m shed with two roller doors has an adjoining 3.9m x 7.4m garage with roller door. Excellent shedding, an outdoor pergola, established lawns and garden complete an excellent offering at an entry level price and provides a great

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opportunity for the first home buyer.

At a glance... Inspection: By appointment only. Price: $280,000 to $305,000. Where: Lot 399 Barossa Valley Highway, Concordia. Agent: Landmark Harcourts. Phone: Steve Redden 0408 836 914. Website: / ID LGW2285 RLA: 65389.

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Big and Beautiful

In A Class Of Its Own

Stone Sweet Home!

Paradise Found!

This circa 1927 Bungalow is set on over 1100m2. Originally the "Bright" residence and then the family home of the "Causbys" who sold to the present owners. The house is of majestic proportions with 13' ceilings and superb timber floors throughout. With 3 bedrooms in the main house and a separate self-contained granny flat the house would accommodate the largest of families, with nearly 30 squares of living space. A large central hallway, 2 open fire places, wide verandahs, beautifully established gardens and your own wine cellar this property is a unique residence rarely offered for sale. Inspection is a must, only minutes to the main street and all of Gawler's amenities yet offering privacy - certainly in a class of its own. # 5022 RLA 61382

1880’s Character Home

Built in 2005 and comprising of nearly 30 squares this home could accommodate the largest of families. Boasting 5 large bdrms, 2 with ensuite and WIR, 2 others with BIR. The spacious formal dining and formal lounge have 2.7m ceilings with bulkheads and stunning ceramic tiled floors as does the family/meals area with sparkling kitchen with stainless steel appliances. All the bdrms & the games room are neutral with floating timber floors. Location is superb, set on 610m2 directly opposite a reserve - plenty of room for the children and grandchildren!!! With reverse cycle ducted throughout/3 phase power, Rinnai 26 Gas hot water and dble grge under the main roof, this home is large and luxurious - A true 5 bdrm, 3 bathroom home with entertaining room for all. Inspection is by appointment, call to arrange a time to suit, you are sure to be impressed beautifully established & wonderfully maintained!

Built 1880 this stunning settlers cottage is set on over 800m2. Recently restored the home oozes character and charm, with high ceilings, ornate cornices, polished floorboards and parquetry flooring. This home is sure to tick all the boxes for the purchaser looking for the quintessential stone cottage. Offering 3 double bedrooms, main with fireplace, a large formal lounge also with open fireplace and exquisite built-in furniture, as does the timber kitchen with formal dining. The whole of the rear courtyard is brick-paved and undercover - The perfect entertainer! Together with workshop and garage, this is a wonderful offering and certain to be some lucky purchasers dream home, call today to arrange an inspection to suit.

Nestled in the heart of Kapunda is this lovely symmetrical 1880 stone cottage set on a large allotment of 1062m2 and within walking distance to local shops, schools and amenities. Offering plenty of room to move with the possibility of subdividing into two allotments with council consent. The home comprises two levels. Upstairs has formal entry from the front balcony, entering into formal lounge with open fire place and tall ceilings, master bedroom also has tall ceilings and quality carpet, bedroom 2 has timber floors. Down stairs includes kitchen and dining, good size lounge with slow combustion heater, bathroom, laundry and an out building with an old wood stove. This stunning character make for a lovely family home - don't miss the opportunity to secure this stunning home.

Over 1.25 Acres of superb Barossa land! With current council restrictions, land of this quality is becoming very scarce. Boasting magnificent views of the Barossa ranges this allotment comes complete with its own vines, together with a 30x20 shed, plus tool shed and stunning established trees. This land is worthy of any dream home that you wish to build nestled in a quiet court amongst other quality properties with great neighbours your investment is sure to reap rewards. Water is on site with power available from the court. If you have been waiting for an allotment deserving of your build, then look no further - Paradise Found!

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$349,950 2



Family Fortune Set on a 1345m2 corner allotment sits this wonderful 2 storey home. Downstairs offers 3 of the 4 bedrooms with main bathroom, laundry, sparkling refurbished kitchen with stainless steel appliances and polished slate flooring. The downstairs living boasts timber floors in an Lshaped lounge/dine combination. Upstairs there is a second huge family area together with the master bedroom, ensuite and built-in robes. Beautifully decorated throughout in neutral tones with new floor coverings to compliment this home is sure to tick the boxes. Outside is a blank canvas for the homes new owners to complete, with ample shedding, front and rear verandahs the spacious block would accommodate may possibilities. With inspection by appointment - call to arrange a time to suit. # 5026 RLA 61382


$390,000 2

RLA 61382




Family Friendly Spacious Home Beyond the delightful façade of this 1900’s built Villa lies a graceful blend of modern day living and period charm, this 254m2 family home has so much to offer and is set on a 3080m2 allotment offering plenty of space and room to move. The home is complete with 4 bdrms+ office, master with walk though robe and lrge ens, bdrm 2 offers twin his & hers walk in robes, main bthrm with 2 separate toilets, 3 Living areas, formal dining with stunning French glass drs with quality timber floors throughout the home. Several fire places & slow combustion heating, dctd evaporative cooling and split system the home boasts gorgeous press tin ceiling at a height of 3.5m, a stylish modern kitchen complete and ready to start cooking those wonderful family meals. The home has great security with glazed windows, roller shutters and round and security system included. The property is complete with ample shedding, car parking and stunning gardens with a great entertaining area. Don’t miss this opportunity to get your hands on a solid, large family home in a great location, in walking distance to local schools, shop, post office etc, and a short drive to Adelaide CBD. # 3000

# 5019

RLA 61382

$414,950 2



Spectacular Basket Range Stone Home This spectacular Basket Range stone home is set on approximately 1 acre with dual access which could make room for subdivision subject to council consent. The home offers 3 bedrooms all of great size, bathroom with separate toilet, storage room, formal entry, lounge and open plan kitchen, dining and family. A new addition including rumpus room, large laundry, bathroom and toilet. Features include 9’ ceilings, ornate ceiling roses, ducted reverse cycle heating/cooling, huge entertainment area, double brick garage under the main roof, double carport and 2 large sheds (9.1m x 6m and 5.5m x 4.6m). Over 40 different Fruit trees and 140 Olive trees FS17. Situated in a quiet within walking distance to amenities. Don't miss this great opportunity to purchase this family home on a great parcel of land. # 3001

RLA 61382

RLA 61382


$575,000 2

RLA 61382



$689,950 4

Over 5 Glorious Acres

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This stunning allotment (2.151ha) offers the quintessential rural lifestyle, tree studded with abundant wildlife. The quality 3 bdrm, colonial style home, was built in 1988 & offers spacious bdrms all with BIR, main with ensuite. There is a large L-shaped frml lnge together with an O/P family/dining area with slate flooring which is complemented by the country-style timber kitchen. With high ceilings throughout & quality fixtures and fittings this home is the complete package, serviced by ducted evaporative A/C & slow combustion heating, carport under the mn roof & the mandatory 20x40 shed/workshop with lock-up. To truly experience this property inspection is a must, photographs cannot begin to describe the ambience and tranquillity of its location. A quality home in a quite extraordinary setting – come and experience it for yourself. # 5012 RLA 61382

Quality home built in 1995 on 2 hectares (5 acres) of superb land with 360º of stunning views. Property is fenced into several paddocks with horse shelters & yards, dam, fully established gardens & plenty of parking. It has 4 great size bedrooms + study, master with large B/I/R & ensuite with double vanity & large corner spa, bedrooms 2 & 3 with mirrored B/I/R. Living areas comprise great open plan family/lounge/kitchen with quality appliances, formal dine/lounge, 3-way bathroom, large laundry, ducted R/C heating/ cooling and slate floors in high traffic areas. It’s connected to 29,000 gallons of R/W with manual switch to mains, double garage/teenagers retreat with triple carport, large ent area, chook yard & shedding with high clearance roller doors for trucks & 2 doors for cars. Don't miss out on the opportunity to purchase a little piece of paradise. # 3026 RLA 61382

3A Adelaide Road, Gawler (08) 8523 3777

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We’ll get you where you want to go!

New Look Harcourts Gawler CHANGE: Harcourts Gawler is a new name but staff are available to supply the same service as previous when known as Brock Harcourt Gawler.


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staff know that while people want the most professional, efficient service, they still prize the fundamentals of honesty and integrity from property managers committed to achieving their clients’ goals. Staff live by the Harcourts’ values, and are reflected in everything they do. Harcourts Gawler offers a thorough and efficient service. It does this with a higher ratio of staff to properties than most property management companies. The reason is first and foremost to provide a superior residential property management service. The specific values that underpin operations are: people first; doing the right thing; being courageous; and working within the community - Harcourts Gawler proudly sponsors Gawler Little Athletics Centre as it feels it is important to encourage children to be active. It also proudly supports Heart Kids, which is helping families who have children with heart conditions, with one staff member who has experienced first hand the fantastic assistance they offer. The newly branded Harcourts office remains centrally located on Adelaide Road (next to the Gawler South Bakery). While the office is located in Gawler, staff also service surrounding areas, including Two Wells, Angle Vale, Virginia, Lewiston, Hamley Bridge, Mallala, etc. If unsure of what areas are serviced, please ask the question. Feel free to visit Harcourts Gawler to discuss property management needs. Whether one requires a property to be managed or are looking for a property to rent, staff are more than happy to assist in any way they can.

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FROM August 1, 2012, Brock Harcourts Gawler will now be known as Harcourts Gawler. This will bring the office into line with more than 770 offices in nine countries, and firmly link its fortunes and story with the fast-growing and highly successful Harcourts brand internationally. What does this mean? The change is purely in name only, the staff and owners remain the same, who will continue to offer the same high level of professional and friendly property management service they have offered in the past. The Harcourts systems available will take its systems and processes to the next level, to give additional benefits to landlords and tenants. Harcourts’ innovative systems and technology will enable staff to provide information in a more timely manner, while eliminating excessive paper use, which in turn makes them more environmentally friendly. Why the change? Harcourts came to South Australia eight years ago, forming a joint venture with Brock Real Estate. Harcourts originated in New Zealand and is now operating worldwide. SA is the only place with a different name to “Harcourts”, and the change was inevitable. Michael Brock is still a shareholder at the state office and has his own franchise. What is Harcourts Gawler about? As Harcourts property management agency here in Gawler, staff will continue to strive to offer the best possible service. In an increasingly fast-paced world,

New Look Harcourts Gawler

Meet the expert team

Dennis Thring Business Owner/Director Dennis moved to Gawler in the late 1980s after spending his childhood on the family farm near Wudinna on South Australia's Eyre Peninsula. He brings the country values and work ethic gained as part of his upbringing to the table at Harcourts Gawler. As director of the company he is a strong believer in the Harcourts' value of 'doing the right thing'. His goal is to provide service of the highest level, and for Harcourts Gawler Property Management to be known as the 'best in town.' Julie Thring Business Owner/Property Manager Julie has lived in Gawler most of her life and as a result has a vast understanding of the Gawler area and culture. She recently spent seven years as the financial controller for Brock Harcourts South Australia, and is an investor with rental properties of her own and wants to provide a quality service that often seems to be very hard to find in this day and age. Julie has accounting and property services qualifications, so attention to detail and service are her number one priority. Rebekka Barons Property Manager Rebekka is a valuable member of Harcourts Gawler's property management team, and has a great personality and an exceptional work ethic. She has recently obtained her statement of attainment in property management and is now able to assist clients in most aspects of property management. She strives to provide the highest level of service in a professional fashion. Kathy Crowhurst Office Administrator Kathy is a very experienced and hard working administrator. She makes sure no procedures are overlooked, and keeps everyone on track to ensure Harcourts Gawler meet all legislative and legal requirements of property management. Kathy is also a landlord, which gives her a sound knowledge of investors' needs and is always happy to help clients in any way she can.

NEW NAME: Owners Dennis and Julie Thring from Harcourts Gawler.


Kimberley Graham Receptionist/Office Admin Kimberley is the latest addition to the Harcourts Gawler team and is now the helpful receptionist. She is the face of property management, has a bubbly personality, and a warming smile to greet everyone as they walk in the door. Kimberley joined the staff after completing her Year 12 studies at Balaklava High, and is looking forward to learning the 'ins and outs' of property management and working within a friendly team.

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“Julie is a very generous person with a great team around her. Thanks for your support. Ladybird is proud to be of service to Harcourts Gawler.” “Ladybird Carpet Care do a professional clean that is beyond most carpet cleaners. A lovely company to deal with where no job is too big or small. If you want the best carpet, upholstery & floor tile cleaning, give Lorna a call.” - Harcourts Gawler

Call Lorna 0448 195 524

The name has changed, but the staff and service stay the same.

More properties required. Phone Julie on 0427 233 319 for a no obligation appraisal.

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Nature comes to life

A SCULPTURE EXHIBITION An indoor and outdoor sculpture exhibition of work from three different artists - Barossa based Luke Stephenson, and Timothy Spooner and William Powrie from Adelaide - using a variety of media including sandstone, hebel and a rainwater tank. This exhibition is featured at Jacob’s Creek Visitor Centre, Barossa Valley Way, Rowland Flat, during the month of August 2012 as part of the SALA festival.

Jacob’s Creek Visitor Centre Barossa Valley Way, Rowland Flat Ph: (08) 8521 3000

THE ‘Celebrating Life’ exhibition is one of the most unique exhibitions that people will be able to visit during the SALA Festival. Hosted by TeAro Estate Wines in Williamstown the paintings that are featured at this exhibit are breathtaking. What makes these paintings extraordinary is the artist Charles Bryant. Born in Portsmouth, United Kingdom, in 1931 he spent most of his childhood growing up in Dr Barnardo’s homes, which was a home for homeless children. Charles never received formal training and although he was colour blind his passion to draw and paint continued throughout his lifetime. From a young age Charles was always passionate about painting and he has mostly worked in acrylics and mapping pen. Although in his earlier days Charles also worked with oils. In 1968 Charles and his family immigrated to Australia where Charles spent most of his working life as a self employed painter and decorator. At the age of 42 Charles held his first solo exhibition in Woomera, South Australia where he had lived with his family for a couple of years. Nine years after his first exhibition he won the ‘Winner and Winning Entry Certificate of Merit’ at the first Salisbury Family Art and Craft Fair Exhibition in 1982. For the next 11 years Charles continued to win awards for his

WOW: Kelly Rowett of TeAro Estate (left) and Marie Bryant, wife of the late Charles Bryant, with one of Charles Bryant’s paintings that will be on show.

art work. Then in 1991 he retired to Williamstown where he was able to spend more time working on his art. His inspiration for his work came from his love of animals, nature and music. The ‘Celebrating Life’ exhibition will be honouring the late Charlie Bryant who passed away in 2010. The exhibition is truly inspirational and reminds people of the beauty of nature which we are surrounded by yet never seem to have the time to stop and admire. Charlie’s paintings have been sold all around Australia, the United Kingdom and America. This exhibition will be showcasing the family’s

personal collection of paintings that Charlie completed throughout his life time. His daughter Alison Cockram has kindly helped put together this exhibition and will be hosting an Artist Talk on August 12 between 2pm to 4pm. The talk will be focusing on Charlie’s synergistic use of acrylics, mapping pen and air brush. The exhibition will be open from Thursday to Monday at 10am to 6pm during the SALA festival. During the exhibition TeAro Estate will have an elegant wine portfolio and piping hot locally made Beef Goulash available to viewers.

Gomersal wines invites you to

colour of art & wine An exhibition of paintings and sculptures


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The Man in Black

Words of wisdom from Captain Kirk Book review By ROBERT LAIDLAW


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August 5th

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LIFE MESSAGE: Footballer Brett Kirk’s book Brave Heart. reader’s guide to playing the game, but evolves greater aspects that can help everyone in their daily lives. The strongest statements in the book though are in regards

to perseverance and never losing sight of personal goals. Brave Heart will not disappoint, but needs to be read through completely to gain the maximum benefit.

Potted Potter to land in Australia PLAYING to sold-out houses all over the world, Potted Potter is a fantastically funny show targeted at the family. Now it heads to Australia including Her Majesty's Theatre, Adelaide from November 13. The show is a must-see for Harry Potter addicts and a great introduction to the series for anyone who has ever wondered what all the fuss is about. Even if you don't know the difference between a Horcrux and a Hufflepuff, Potted Potter will make you roar with laughter. This brilliant family entertainment is perfect for ages six to Dumbledore, who is very old indeed. It features all your favourite characters, a special appearance from a fire-breathing dragon, endless costumes, brilliant songs, ridiculous props and a generous helping of Hogwarts’ magic. All three Potted shows - Potted Panto, Potted Potter and Potted Pirates - have earned widespread acclaim and a fan base that crosses generations.

Tex is a multi-Aria Awardwinning singer who has completely immersed himself in the role. He plays opposite Rachel Tidd who tells the story of June Carter. The show is a roller coaster ride of emotions for the audience from beginning to end. To book tickets contact Bass on 131 246 or visit Win passes The Herald has two double passes to giveaway to see The Man in Black at Her Majesty’s Theatre in Adelaide on September 11. To win, simply place your details your name, your address and daytime telephone numbers off the back of an envelope, addressed to Herald The Man in Black competition, PO Box 43, Tanunda SA 5352. Only one entry per person will be accepted. The two winners will be notified by telephone and tickets must be collected from the Herald office at Tanunda. Entries close on Thursday, August 16 at 5pm.

Potted Potter played five sold-out Fringe seasons in Edinburgh, five sold-out London runs and extensive UK and international tours. The show has received rave reviews from all the leading UK papers - The Guardian, The Daily Telegraph, The Times, Sunday Express, Daily Mail, London Evening Standard and The Financial Times, as well as being a Time Out Critic's Choice. It was created by Jefferson Clarkson and Daniel Turner in 2005 for an appearance at a London bookshop, as a five-minute entertainment for fans awaiting the release of the sixth book in the series. It grew from there into a full-length stage production, first seen at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2006, and has since toured internationally, including sell-out seasons at the Adelaide Fringe, Melbourne Comedy Festival and New Zealand Comedy Festival in 2009. Tickets are on sale now and more details, visit

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BRAVE Heart is not a novel on Mel Gibson’s classic film, or William Shatner masquerading as an author, but former Sydney skipper Brett Kirk and his wife Hayley’s contribution to the literary collection of footy books. And Brave Heart isn’t the normal type of fare served up to footy supporters, but has more, serving partly as an instructional manual on life as well. Interspersed between snippets from Kirk’s footy career, are ‘strategies’ to help the reader track aspects in their own lives that may be enhanced by some of the well-thought-out tips. There are 15 well-laid-out chapters - many with ‘tags’ at the end to help reinforce the message just read - while the colour scheme of pages and standout comments help create a flowing text. Issues covered are as diverse as self-discipline, honesty and courage, as well as the mind, body and spirit. Mateship comes out as an important aspect of Kirk’s footy life, while family is the obvious driving force of what he does away from the game, but he has underlined with his words the importance of earning respect and being respected. Photographs and the graphics are another of the many bonuses in the book, which initially could be considered a younger

THE story of America’s most influential country music star Johnny Cash will be brought to life by Australian rock legend Tex Perkins. The Man in Black is a two-hour concert that tells the story of Johnny’s rise to fame, his fight for survival and his eventual redemption. The legendary performance will be held at Her Majesty’s Theatre, Adelaide from September 11-15. This has been a sell-out concert and after a triumphant tour of New Zealand and winning a Helpmann Award for Best Contemporary Australian Concert. The challenging life of Johnny will be brought to life with all the laid-back intensity of Johnny himself. Featuring Johnny’s top hits, Ring of Fire, I Walk the Line, Folsom Prison Blues, Sunday Mornin’ Coming Down, Get Rhythm, A Boy Named Sue and Her Porter.

Assortment of Soups Hearty Winter dishes, just like Mum made – Lamb Shanks, Chicken & Veg Pies, Shepherds Pies, Roasts, New Desserts Enjoy Great Food, Friends & Wine in a Warm Family Atmosphere

DON’T FORGET Mondays- Schnitzel Night $14 Tuesday- Steak Night $18 We look forward to welcoming you into our Family Friendly Restaurant

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Don’t forget to wear your Jeans on August 3rd for this fantastic cause

This Friday is Jeans for Genes Day.

One in 20 children in Australia are born with some form of genetic fault.

By slipping on a pair of jeans on the day and making a donation or buying a badge, you will help scientists continue their efforts to fight genetic diseases. Jeans for Genes Day is the Children’s Medical Research Institute’s major annual fundraiser.

Medical researchers are working to find ways to prevent and treat these diseases, but they need your help.

The institute is an independent organisation that conducts research into a

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number of disorders and diseases including leukaemia, muscular dystrophy and genetic defects. Jeans for Genes Day began in 1994 and has since raised more than $41 million. Millions of Aussies are expected to take part in this year’s event. Donations can also be made online. For more information visit


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small volumes of DNA, RNA or protein solutions for individual experiments.

Don your denim and make a donation this Jeans for Genes Day. Every donation can make a difference. * $5 can buy x-ray film to detect the length of chromosome ends in cancer cells - this is part of the research into understanding cancer cell growth. * $10 pays for freezer storage containers to preserve DNA samples.

* $50 buys a special solution to maintain embryonic cells growing in culture. * $200 is the cost for each experiment which could lead to new treatments for epilepsy, schizophrenia, depression and Alzheimer’s. * $1500 allows tests to be carried out on cancer cells to better understand the disease.

* $20 can go towards pipette tips which fit on the end of special pipettes that measure


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8563 2041 • f 8563 3655 +or email - FOR SALE

Moving House, Office or Shop?


Do you need: 60TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY GEISTER - SCHUTZ Keith and Doris, married on 9/8/52 at Point Pass Emmanuel Lutheran Church. Congratulations and best wishes on your 60th Anniversary. A very special couple who have shown love & care to all over their 60 years of marriage. May God continue to bless you with many more years of love and companionship together. Love from all your family.

DEATH NOTICES ROHDE, Maurice (Moss). Passed away peacefully on July 26, 2012 At Tanunda Hospital Aged 77 years Loved and loving husband of Kath Dearest Dad to Geoff, Jill, Robyn, Danny and Chris and Pop to Chelsea, Nathan, Courtney, Luther, Leigh, Justin, Bec, Bodi and Matt You will remain in our hearts forever Moss' Funeral Service was conducted on Tuesday July 31 at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Tanunda followed by interment at Angaston Cemetery. Pastor David Gogoll kindly officiated.

Barossa Valley 8562 1169 Accredited Member Australian Funeral Directors Association

• Storage • Truck and Ute Hire • Boxes & Packaging Material






self storage 08 8523 2828 14 Main North Rd, Gawler (Opposite Gawler Caravan Park) i f @ l lf t

FOR SALE 15' MUSTANG Boat, fish/ski runabout. 80 hp mercury, new impellar, CDI black box, 140psi compression on all 4 pots, fresh water run all its life, runs well, up to 45mph with plenty of grunt for skiers, power t/t. All new marine radio, fusion stereo, Lowrance sounder, steering, seats, carpet, bait board, rod holders, bilge pump, running lights, docking light, ski pole, full tow cover. Includes all safety gear, both registered. Solid trailer with brakes, power winch, new lights. Have to sell because of moving. Priced to sell at $4,750 ono. Contact Glenn 0409326596 15 RAILWAY SLEEPERS - $10 each Ph: 85244971

FIREWOOD Quality seasoned. Split red. blue, sugar gum, mallee stumps sawn mallee & bags of kindling. Weighbridge docket supplied. Pickup or deliver AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY. Matthew Reimann, Firewood Supplies. 0413089743. Delivery available 7 days by appointment. Credit Cards now accepted. FUEL TANK, portable 400 ltr tank on steel frame with lift points. 60 - 80 ltr, 12 - 24 volt pump. Used once. $1,100 ono Ph. 85643578 GENERATORS 10kva Petrol Quality Brand 3 x 15amp Outlets 32 Litre Tank Cordless Remote worth $2400 sell $1299 delivered 0419 979663


Ex Demo Sale Low Hrs Save $$$ Low Speed Diesel Silenced Aussie Brand 10kva $4599 15kva $4999 25kva $5899 75kva Deutz $14500 0432636678

GRINDING DISCS (new) pallet of approx. 700 discs. Good quality, Take the lot $350 Ph 85643578 GUN SALES. Ammo, repairs, safes, accessories & service. Gawler Fishing & Outdoors, 48 Murray St, Gawler 85226200

AUTOMATIC WASHER 6.0 Kg. Centrex $150 ono. Needs mains water pressure. Robin 85653284

JACKSON'S FIREWOOD free bag kindling with every order. Dry split redgum mallee pink gum. Weighed delivery only. 0400083852

Barossa New Life Church TREASURE CHEST - FURNITURE MART 10 Murray St, Nuriootpa Tel. 85622988

KINDLING - OAK Hot, clean fire starter for large logs. 10 Kg. bag $8 Tubbies Australia, 45 - 63 Mt. Crawford Road, Williamstown.

AHRENS Gilbert Norman Margaret, Wayne, Craig and families would like to sincerely thank everyone who was so kind and helpful during Gilbert's illness, and for your words of comfort and sympathy, visits, meals and cards on his passing. We also acknowledge the wonderful services and staff of the Angaston Hospital and Medical Centre, Barossa Palliative Care and Clayton Scott Funerals, and the Tanunda Bowling Club for their generous assistance. Gilbert was very special to all of us and your love and support has meant the world to us. Please accept this as our personal thanks

All donations of furniture, clothing, bric-a-brac enable us to assist our Community BOLTS & NUTS thousands of new most H.T. on pallet. Take the lot $325 Ph. 85643578 BOOKS Science fiction / fantasy from early 1900's. Paperbacks, hard covers from $1 each. Please phone Ted on 85622384 CASH FOR BOTTLES & CANS. Wine bottles, batteries, phone Lange's Can & Bottle Depot on 85642292 for trading hours, 20 Newcastle St, Angaston. CHAIRS - 130 steel framed,vinyl. TABLES - 14 steel leg, teak laminate tops. All in good condition. Best reasonable offer. Phone 85227229 COMPOSTING WORMS - Tanunda. Ph: 0419817996


COMPUTER REPAIRS - Usually back same day. Crow Computers - Ph: 85222600

LEXIE, playful blonde, private & unrushed, Mt. Pleasant area, new phone number 0468322658

DIESEL REPAIRS to trucks, tractors & grape harvesters. On site mobile service. Engine repairs, tune ups, hydraulics, repairs. Ph: 0477972125

FARM GATES - Large or small from $68.00 + portable sheep yard panels and hay rings. Gawler Irrigation, Lot 11 Paxton Street, Willaston. Ph: 85232350

INTERIOR IRON FENCING with bannister. 12 metres cut into 3 metre lengths. Height 1.2m. Rust proof, suitable for interior / exterior. Original cost $3,000 Bargain $500 Ph: 85642874

Monday - Friday 9am - 4pm Saturday 9am - 12pm

TAROT with a Clairvoyant, Adele. Spiritual help & guidance on all levels. Ph: 0422135681

FARM FENCE 6/70/300 - 200m SPECIAL Aussie made quality High tensile, heavy galv. $232.98 inc GST/roll. STEEL HERE Angaston - Ph: 85643578 Sale ends 29/8/12 or until stocks last.

ASSORTED WOODEN PRODUCTS, bags of firewood $3, oak $4.50, cheeseboards from $10, a range of wine gift boxes available. Pick up from Reception. Barossa Enterprises, 27 Samuel Road, Nuriootpa.



EXERCISE BIKE and rowing machine. Both high quality gym standard. $550 ono. Ph: 85632223

LEADLIGHT - Local, professional affordable leadlight. I'll come to you, or call at Gawler Glass Design studio, 58 Yettie Rd, Williamstown. Weekly classes. Bob Pirch 85247241 NEED A PUMP? For all your needs, Gawler Irrigation, Lot 11, Paxton Street, WILLASTON. Ph: 85232350 PARTICLE BOARD, large quantity of sheets. 3.6 x 1.8m, 12 - 35 mm thick some melamine. Take the lot for $300 Ph. 85643578 PLANTS - Natives, perennials, tube stock, water wise etc. MORNING STAR NURSERY Lot 1 Cossins St., Kapunda. Ph: 85663952. Open Thursday to Sunday 9am- 5pm. POINT OF LAY Isa Brown Pullets free range reared. Full beaks Mareks and I.B. vacc. $14.50 each. Big discounts for larger orders. (Ring for details). Younger Pullets and other breeds also available. Hillier Poultry 85230950 QUEEN SIZE bed mattress, exc. cond., 85621297 or 0418857642 RIDE-ON Lawnmower. White, heavy duty, good condition. $1,500 ono. Ph: 0407907243

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SELLING, BUYING .......? Advertise in the Herald classifieds, and get results! Giveaway ads are run for 1 week, FREE. You can now place your classified ad at Kapunda Newsagency, deadline is Monday 5.00p.m. Classified deadline 5.00pm Monday. (Maybe subject to change) Ph: 85632041, Fax: 85633655 or email STORMWATER 90mm pipe $13 and fittings. Gawler Irrigation Lot 11, Paxton Street, Willaston. 85232350 VERTICAL BLINDS 1 1820 x 2100, 2 1510 x 1800, 2 1210 x 1800, 1 1510 x 1200 $300 the lot. Ph: 0417842632


NEWRICK (nee Beisiegel) Rachel and Kim are proud to announce the arrival of Ayla Doris on 25 July, 2012. A sister for Jacob and Talia. Another grandchild for Dieter and Wendy Beisiegel of Stockwell and David and Wendy Newrick of Maroubra.



Falcon AU II Sedan 4 Litre motor. Falcon BF Sedan 4 Litre motor and auto transmission, 136,000 km Ford Falcon BF III Stationwagon 4 Litre LPG only motor and auto transmission, 56,000 km. Ford Falcon BF Sedan 4 Litre motor, Injected LPG, 101,000 km. Holden Commodore VU Utility 5.7 Litre Gen 3 motor and manual transmission. Holden Commodore VZ Crewman Utility 3.6 Litre motor and auto transmission, 47,000 km, suit repair. Commodore VZ Sedan 3.6 Litre motor and auto transmission, 141,000 km. Holden Commodore VY Sedan 3.8 Litre motor and auto transmission. Holden Commodore VE 60th Anniversary Sedan 3.6 Litre motor and auto transmission, factory alloys.

GAWLER MOTOR WRECKING 3 Prescott Crescent, Gawler Belt 8522 5677 or 0416 081 109


HAVING A GARAGE SALE? Advertise in The Herald classifieds, and get results! All Garage Sale ads MUST be prepaid. You can now place your classified ad at Kapunda Newsagency, deadline is Monday 4.30 pm. Classified deadline 5.00pm Monday (Maybe subject to change) Ph: 85632041 Fax: 85633655 or email SATURDAY 4th August. 1 Mueller Court, Tanunda. 8am - 10am.

Community Helpers Inc DONATIONS

Of clothing & bric-a-brac For our Tanunda Shop 121 Murray Street Phone 8563 1105 Furniture Welcome Nuriootpa Warehouse 8562 2786



Working for Carers Link and other charities





CASH FOR CARS and scrap metal. Ph: 0404856309

MARKETS Sat. 4th 9.30am - 2.30pm. Junction Motel Tanunda. Fresh fruit/veg, donuts and variety stalls. Sites $10. Glenda 85633181


MONSTER BOOK SALE Sunday 5th August, 11am - 2.30 pm. Good Shepherd Lutheran School Angaston (cnr Valley Rd & Neldner Ave.) Free admission - Refreshments available. Angaston Lions - 85642350

Luxe Hair

Enquiries: Peter 85811752 / 0412910803 WH1841247



ROOM for rent at Nuriootpa, quiet location. Furnished or unfurnished, 20 - 35 y/o, non smoker to share with two other. $130 p.w. + exp. Call 0407398481


LIVESTOCK J.W. SMART WOOLBUYERS PTY LTD. Will buy all types. Flexible hours. Ph: 0417878486 -

HEALTH & BEAUTY MASSAGE Therapeutic, Aromatherapy, Pregnancy Massage, Aromatherapy Pamper Packages, Myofacial Release, Reiki. 7 years professional experience. Gift vouchers & Pensioner discounts available. Consulting in Kapunda. Liz Ronan. Ph:85663125 or 0400760010 REMEDIAL MASSAGE Trigger Point, Deep Tissue, Myo-Fascial, Lymphatic. Wed, Fri - 1A Bilyara Rd, Tanunda. Ph. 0409631553 Thurs - Petite Pear Shop 3 Gilbert St, Lyndoch. Lynnette Roesler Ph. 85245156. Health Rebates.

PETS BELINDA'S PAMPERED PETS NURIOOTPA Professional dog grooming by an animal lover. EFTPOS now available. Ph: 0418810323 HOOTZ DOG GROOMING Mobile. Qualified groomer. Nuriootpa Ph: Justin 0406840020 HYDROPAWS 4pawfectpaws. Mobile nose to tail pet care. Heated hydrobath, blowdry, nails & clipping. Ph: Bridget 0488444542



You will love Greg’s dynamic, humorous style as he shares on: • How our emotions positively and negatively affect our body & health • The parallels between our psychic & physical health

Retail Sales Assistant

Shop 5 & 6 Centre Point Plaza 39 Murray Street, Nuriootpa

Kapunda/Eudunda Chemplus has an opportunity for an enthusiastic Retail Sales Assistant to join our established team.


This role is offered on a permanent basis, four and a half days a week between the hours of 9am and 5.30pm Tuesday to Friday and 9am to 12pm on Saturday.

Do you want to work in a busy, yet unstressed atmosphere with a receptionist and a highly talented team in both hair & beauty? Our salon is committed to developing a professional, happy and successful team with long-term staff.

For full details and to apply see our advertisement at

A position is available immediately in our growing Barossa Valley salon. The position is available part time or full time, (tailor made to suit the individual). On going training provided if wanted.

Care Workers


Barossa New Life Centre Cnr Barossa Valley Way & Siegersdorf Road, Dorrien Enquiries: 8562 3844, Mon-Fri, 9am to 1pm

We are currently seeking Care Workers to provide basic personal care and domestic assistance (housekeeping) services to our clients in their homes. If you have a certificate III in disability or aged care, driver’s licence and a reliable vehicle and are able to work varying hours including early mornings, evenings, some weekends and public holidays we would like to hear from you.

AUSTRALIAN RED CROSS Truro & Districts Branch



The position requires a passionate, energetic, reliable person with professional work ethics. Current references required with resume which can be emailed or brought in with the interview. Please arrange a confidential interview and join our team. Applicants that have previously applied are welcome to re-apply. Phone : Carol - 0400 020 061 or leave a message for Carol on: (08) 8562 1777

Please call Michelle Howard on (08)8429 1200 for further information or email your resume to

Pre loved fashions Opening dates 8th, 9th, 10th, 17th, 24th and 31st August 10am - 3pm NEW STOCK DAILY Held in the Truro Town Hall

The Barossa – committed to excellence in Local Government



ANYTHING WITH METAL Cash 4 cars, free collection. HAPPY SCRAPPY recycle it! 85630213 or 0406411117


Community Support Incorporated provides support to individuals with a disability and the aging within the community.

ANY SCRAP METAL Will pay cash for the removal of yours. Ph: 0412259039

KAPUNDA Sunday Market this Sunday, August 5th & Sunday, August 19th. (No market August 12th). 9am to 1pm, Trot Track – Undercover. Entry gold coin. Entertainment and face painting. Phone 0408 811 840.

Suite 3, Kaiser Stuhl Office Building, Beckwith Park, 30-38 Tanunda Road Nuriootpa 8562

Monday 6th August, Tuesday 7th August, 7.30pm

LOST Walking stick, black, 4 legged. Please phone 85630289

FLEECE & FIBRE FAIR Saturday 11th August 10 am - 4pm SMHall, Mt. Pleasant. Spinning; weaving; knitting; wool; alpaca; yarns; fleece; handcrafted garments; books; wooden crafts; jams. Homemade Soup & Devonshire Teas. ADMISSION FREE

Professional Resume Service “To give you that job winning edge”


Tuesday 21st August 9:00am – 12:30pm Tanunda Football Club, Bilyara Road, Tanunda Cost: $20 Morning tea and lunch included Presented by Linda Eldredge Practical tips for managing your cash flow – and how your financier perceives your business. To register, please visit


KAPUNDA $330 p.w. Immaculate 4 b.r. home. Built-ins to B/R 1 & 2. Ducted R/C A/C, dishwasher, large family room, low maintenance gardens, U/C entertainment area, rain water. Available end August. Ph: 0438663162




Understanding & Influencing Your Financier


CARAVAN '86 Roma. 16' Pop-top, rear single beds, annexe, immaculate condition. Suit couple looking for a very nice van. $7,950 Ph: 0450438010


1968 Pontiac Firebird HO400, V8, 335hp, RBF 400, 12,800 miles. Restored to perfection. Clean interior. $11,800 Phone 8121 4495 Email



At Mount Pleasant Showgrounds Sunday 26th August -Sellers 6.00am . BOOK NOW

is seeking a creative and professional Qualified Hair Stylist to join the team. For more informaton Contact Mel on 8563 0706

CASH FOR SCRAP METAL I AM LOCAL. Ph: 0411165694 CASH FOR UNWANTED CARS and scrap metal. Ph: 0404856309 CASH FOR UNWANTED CARS and scrap metal. Ph: 0404856309 WANTED motorcycles in any condition. Two, three or four wheelers. Road or trail to sell, repair or wreck. Anything considered. Spot cash paid. We can come to you. Call Lee's Spot On Motorcycles, on 8568 2266. Also service and repairs to all makes and models. Quality Guaranteed.


We are currently seeking an Assistant Coordinator to join our Leisure Options Team. This role reports to the Leisure Options Coordinator and assists with the facilitation of leisure and recreation services for people with a disability, frail aged or recovering from an illness.

Faith Lutheran College is committed to providing a complete and distinctive secondary education in a caring Christian environment. Set on picturesque grounds at the foothills of the Barossa Valley in Tanunda, this co-ed school has a record of excellence catering for more than 680 students with varying abilities. Our mission is to build a caring, creative and responsive community, promoting excellence and servanthood.

To be successful within this role you will require; • Excellent organisational skills • High level of interpersonal and presentation skills • Previous experience in an administration role • Knowledge of volunteer management policies and practices • Awareness of community health, welfare and education options

We are seeking teachers in the following faculties, and experience in a range of learning areas will be an advantage. JAPANESE & GERMAN: Multiple positions available with one being permanent. ENGLISH: Permanent full time position teaching middle and senior school students. PHYSICAL EDUCATION: Full time 12 month Contract. SCIENCE: Full time 12 month Contract position able to teach Physics and/or Chemistry, plus Science and Maths.

This role will ideally suit a candidate who is committed to assisting others, is willing to learn and to develop their skills in community programs and human services.

Applicants must demonstrate the ability to teach to Year 12 with well developed ICT skills, a commitment to Middle Years approaches, and support for the School’s Christian ethos. For more information visit website or contact Robyn Sloane, the Principal’s Personal Assistant. Applications close on: Tuesday 14th August addressed to The Principal, Mr G L Cramer Faith Lutheran College PO Box 296, Tanunda SA 5352 Phone: 8561 4201 Fax: 8563 2408 Email:

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FALCON AU11 SR 2001. Auto/gas, good condition, tinted windows, 276,000 kms. XDH-326 $3,900 ono. Ph: 0427215562


For further information please refer to the position description available at or contact Human Resources on 8563 8407. To apply please forward your application addressing the qualifications, specialist knowledge and skills required to The Barossa Council, PO Box 867, Nuriootpa SA 5355 or email, by Friday 17th August 2012.

The Barossa Council is committed to EEO principles, workplace diversity and professional development.




ROLLER shutter repairs 08 85662922




The Meeting is to be held on August 10th 2012 in the Kapunda Soldiers Memorial Hall commencing at 7.30pm All are welcome and light refreshments will be available.

46 Murray Street, Nuriootpa

W.H. Carrick - Secretary

2x25m2 Office / Consulting spaces in prime position in Nuriootpa at historic Nuriootpa Soldiers Memorial Hall

• Great for husband/wife team

Expressions of interest sought Price on application

• Very consistent income approx $3,000 gross/wk

Contact: Leonie Boothby at The Barossa Council on 8563 8454



• Truck & coolroom also available


PH. R. PRIME 0412 023 538




Notice to Relocate interred Ashes from old Niche Block to Memorial Garden Niche Wall

BOWEN THERAPY now in Blanchetown, Mon - Fri. Lee-Anne holds her certificate IV in Bowen Therapy and was trained by Smart Bowen P/L. Ph: 0419835626. Gift vouchers available.

SUNDAY 5TH AUGUST 10:00am – 12:00am WH1840915


A.G.M. Kapunda Soldiers Memorial Hall Management Committee Inc.


HOME CLEANING & IRONING - $15 off first reg. service so you try us out. Ph: Carolyn or Nat till 8pm daily incl. w/ends. 0409691576


As part of Council’s management program for the Kapunda Cemetery, and its desire to provide and maintain a level of facilities that meet the expectations of the community, Council is seeking to relocate the ashes currently interred in the old Niche Block to the Niche Wall (for re-interment) situated within the landscaped memorial gardens.


Since 1 November 2010, a notice has remained affixed to the Niche Block advising of Council’s intention to relocate the ashes contained within that memorial.

CHIMNEY CLEANING Local Barossa Service Phone: David 0407189215

On 10 June 2011, correspondence was forwarded to leaseholders of the old Niche Block resulting in positive support from all those families contacted in favour of ashes being relocated into the Memorial Garden Niche Wall.

CHIROPRACTOR. Dr Kana Nathan 39 Murray St, Angaston. Consulting Saturdays Ph. 85642882

Council has been unsuccessful in contacting family members of the deceased listed below: ANDERSON, Scott Michael (plaque only) JENEI, Attila Leslie (plaque only) - Died 1994 - Died 17/5/1993 KOTZ, Kathleen Avis - Died 7/11/1980 BAKER, Margaret Elsie - Died 6/8/1988 MARCH, Gilbert Gordon Oliver BANKS, Phillip Frederick - Died 22/4/1995 - Died 29/6/1990 CHAPPLE, Alister Gordon - Died 2/6/1984 MARCH, Elma Jean - Died 25/12/1994 CHAPPLE, Dorothy Rose - Died 4/4/1997 MATTHEWS, Clara Joan - Died 27/3/1985 DEDMAN, Robert George - Died 1/12/1992 MATTHEWS, Frederick James - Died 15/5/1983 HARRIS, Reta May - Died 1/5/1985 NOACK, Beryl Phyllis - Died 11/12/1996 HARRIS, Lawrence James - Died 26/6/1990 NOACK, Leonhard Erwin - Died 14/8/1985

LEADLIGHT STUDIO make new, repair old, traditional to contemporary. For quality & competitive prices contact Tracy 85246959 Willliamstown


The Express Mow from $24.95

If you can assist Council in locating relatives of the deceased listed, please contact Mrs Valda Baker-Wells on 8525 3200. As the old Niche Block is in an unsatisfactory state and not viable for renovation, it is proposed that all ashes are to be relocated from the old Niche Block and re-interred to the Memorial Garden Niche Wall on or about November 2012 after which the Niche Block will be demolished. Brian Carr Chief Executive Officer

Department of Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy

for a prompt professional and friendly service guaranteed.

Get ready for digital TV free information sessions


For residents in Angaston, Wednesday 8 August 2012

Followed by the bi-monthly meeting for August

Analog TV services in Angaston are being switched off early to make way for new digital TV services. The new digital-only TV services will be available on 25 September 2012.

Wednesday 8th August 2012 at 8.00pm Freeling Community Centre All Welcome


Freeling Community Recreation Park Management Committee Inc.


2:30pm – 4:30pm & 5:30pm – 7:00pm

For more information about the digital switchover call the Digital Ready Information Line on 1800 20 10 13, or visit the Digital Ready website

Copies of all submissions will be forwarded to the applicants and may be made available for public inspection unless confidentiality is requested. J. Martin Mining Registrar 3225552



2012/2013 Board Vacancies Make a difference. Nominate today. If you are a financial member of Tourism Barossa and want to make a difference to the tourism industry in the region, nominate now for the Board. The new Board will comprise individual industry operators and selection of key stakeholder representatives. Board positions will be appointed for either a one or two-year term. Nominations open Wednesday 1 August and close 5pm Wednesday 29 August 2011. Successful nominees will be announced at the Annual General Meeting in September. For further information or a nomination form contact the Chair, Elaine Ratcliffe on

Applicant: Clay and Mineral Sales Pty Ltd Claim Number: 4319 Location: Section 730 Hd Mudla Wirra approx 2 km west of Gawler Area: 11.65 hectares Purpose: For the recovery of extractive minerals (sand) Reference: T02904

Written submissions in relation to the granting of the mining leases are invited to be received at the Department for Manufacturing, Innovation, Trade, Resources and Energy, Resources and Energy Group, Level 7, 101 Grenfell Street, Adelaide 5000 or GPO Box 1264, Adelaide 5001 no later than 23 August 2012.

Where: Angaston Town Hall Washington Street Angaston Wednesday 8 August 2012

Notice is hereby given in accordance with Section 35A (1) of the Mining Act 1971 and the Regulations thereunder that applications for extractive minerals leases over the undermentioned mineral claims have been received. Details of the proposals may be inspected at the Department for Manufacturing, Innovation, Trade, Resources and Energy, Resources and Energy Group, Level 7, 101 Grenfell Street, ADELAIDE 5000:

The Minister for Mineral Resources and Energy is required to have regard to any representations received from owners of the lands (including native title holders) to which applications relate and/or any interested members of the public in determining applications or in fixing the conditions to be attached to the leases if granted.

To help you get ready, the Digital Switchover Taskforce will be hosting local information sessions. Come along and find out more about the switch to digital TV.


Mary O’Connor 0413 148 321

Applicant: Clay and Mineral Sales Pty Ltd Claim Number: 4320 Location: Allotment 445 in Filed Plan 174346, approx 2.5 km west of Gawler Area: 2.87 hectares Purpose: For the recovery of extractive minerals (sand) Reference: T02905

Express Lawn Mowing Call Martin on 0400 277 493 or 1800 736 484

For more information, please contact:

Mining Act 1971


THE OWNER OF the white Nissan van S466-AOH parked in the yard at the Catholic Church Greenock Road, Nuriootpa, is advised that he has 28 days from notice to remove the van or it will be disposed of.

Registration $40.00



CIVIL CELEBRANT - Angela Nielsen Ceremonies designed for you. Marriages, namings, committment and renewal of vows. Ph: 0408107940 or 85642773

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Thursday 23 August 2012 CITY OF PLAYFORD 'MEDLOW' Road Closure: 8:58 – 12:28 ROAD CLOSED: BETWEEN FOLLOWING ROADS: Medlow Road Bentley Road and Criagmore Road CITY OF TEA TREE GULLY, CITY OF PLAYFORD and ADELAIDE HILLS COUNCIL 'UPPER HERMITAGE' Road Closure: 09:15 – 12:45 ROAD CLOSED: BETWEEN FOLLOWING ROADS: One Tree Hill Road Shillabeer Road and Seaview Road Seaview Road Range Road North Seaview Road and Range Road North Seaview Road Warner Road CITY OF TEA TREE GULLY and ADELAIDE HILLS COUNCIL 'ANSTLEY HILL' Road Closure: 09:40 – 13:10 ROAD CLOSED: BETWEEN FOLLOWING ROADS: Lower North East Road Perseverance Road and Murphy Road Murphy Road Lower East Road and Paracombe Road ADELAIDE HILLS COUNCIL 'CHAIN OF PONDS' Road Closure: 09:54 – 13:24 ROAD CLOSED: BETWEEN FOLLOWING ROADS: Torrens Valley Road Chapman Road and Tippett Road Tippett Road Torrens Valley Road and Gorge Road ADELAIDE HILLS COUNCIL 'GUMERACHA Road Closure: 10:52 – 14:22 ROAD CLOSED: BETWEEN FOLLOWING ROADS: Torrens Valley Scenic Drive Benalla Road and Warren Road ADELAIDE HILLS COUNCIL 'KERSBROOK' Road Closure: 11:04 – 14:34 ROAD CLOSED: BETWEEN FOLLOWING ROADS: Martin Hill Road Warren Road and Forreston Road Forreston Road Norsworthy Road Hill Road Martin Hill Road and Norsworthy Road Forreston Road and Hill Road Norsworthy Road and Little South Para Road ADELAIDE HILLS COUNCIL 'CHECKER HILL' Road Closure: 11:18 – 14:48 ROAD CLOSED: BETWEEN FOLLOWING ROADS: Checker Hill Road Little South Para Road and Forreston Road ADELAIDE HILLS COUNCIL and CAMPBELLTOWN CITY COUNCIL 'CASTAMBUL' Road Closure: 11:38 – 15:08 ROAD CLOSED: BETWEEN FOLLOWING ROADS: Gorge Road Praire Road and Corkscrew Road Corkscrew Road Montacute Road Gorge Road and Montacute Road Corkscrew Road and Maryvale Road Friday 24 August 2012 ADELAIDE HILLS COUNCIL and CAMPBELLTOWN CITY COUNCIL 'MONTACUTE' Road Closure: 08:24 – 11:54 ROAD CLOSED: BETWEEN FOLLOWING ROADS: Montacute Road Maryvale Road and Marble Hill Road Marble Hill Road Pound Road

ADELAIDE HILLS COUNCIL and CITY OF BURNSIDE 'MOUNT LOFTY' Road Closure: 08:57 – 12:27 ROAD CLOSED: BETWEEN FOLLOWING ROADS: Greenhill Road Slapes Gully Road and Mount Lofty Summit Route Mount Lofty Summit Route Greenhills Road and Mount Lofty Summit Access Road ADELAIDE HILLS COUNCIL 'PICCADILY' Road Closure: 09:20 – 12:50 ROAD CLOSED: BETWEEN FOLLOWING ROADS: Mount Gorge Road Rangeview Road and Muller Road Muller Road Worden Road Bridgewater Carey Gully Road Tanahmerah Road Beaumonts Road Mount Gorge Road and Worden Road Muller Road and Bridgewater Carey Gully Road Worden Road and Gum Flat Road Gum Flat Road and Beaumonts Road Tanahmerah Road and Onkaparinga Valley Road ADELAIDE HILLS COUNCIL and CITY OF ONKAPARINGA 'IRONBANK' Road Closure: 09:46 – 13:16 ROAD CLOSED: BETWEEN FOLLOWING ROADS: Scott Creek Road Walker Avenue and Morgan Road Morgan Road Ironbank Road Scott Creek Road and Ironbank Road Morgan Road and Cherry Gardens Road CITY OF ONKAPARINGA 'COROMANDEL' Road Closure: 10:10 – 13:40 ROAD CLOSED: BETWEEN FOLLOWING ROADS: Main Road Black Road and Clarendon Road Clarendon Road Main Road and Grants Gully Road CITY OF ONKAPARINGA 'CHAPLE HILL' Road Closure: 11:17 – 14:47 ROAD CLOSED: BETWEEN FOLLOWING ROADS: Baker Gully Road McLaren Flat Road and Chapel Hill Road Chapel Hill Road Franceschinis Road Baker Gully Road and Franceschinis Road Chapel Hill Road and Blewitt Springs Road DISTRICT COUNCIL OF MOUNT BARKER 'GREEN HILLS' Road Closure: 11:59 – 15:29 ROAD CLOSED: BETWEEN FOLLOWING ROADS: Greenhills Road Shadygrove Road and Whites Road Whites Road Hack Range Road Greenhills Road and Hack Range Road Whites Road and Strathalbyn Road ADELAIDE HILLS COUNCIL, CITY OF MITCHAM and CITY OF ONKAPARINGA 'STIRLING' Road Closure: 12:38 – 16:08 ROAD CLOSED: BETWEEN FOLLOWING ROADS: Sturt Valley Road Longwood Road and Ironbank Road Ironbank Road Pole Road Sturt Valley Road and Pole Road Ironbank Road and Upper Sturt Road Saturday 25 August 2012 CITY OF BURNSIDE, CITY OF MITCHAM and ADELAIDE HILLS COUNCIL 'EAGLE ON THE HILL' Road Closure: 08:23 – 11:53 ROAD CLOSED: BETWEEN FOLLOWING ROADS: Mount Barker Road Princess Highway and The Old Bullock Track


CITY OF MITCHAM and ADELAIDE HILLS COUNCIL 'UPPER STURT' Road Closure: 08:52 – 12:22 ROAD CLOSED: BETWEEN FOLLOWING ROADS: Upper Sturt Road Fairway Drive and Sturt Valley Road Sturt Valley Road Sturt Valley Road and Ironbank Road ADELAIDE HILLS COUNCIL 'ALDGATE' Road Closure: 09:14 – 12:44 ROAD CLOSED: BETWEEN FOLLOWING ROADS: Aldgate Valley Road Shanks Road and Stock Road Stock Road Strathalbyn Road Aldgate Valley Road and Strathalbyn Road Stock Road and Wilson Road ADELAIDE HILLS COUNCIL 'SCOTT BOTTOM' Road Closure: 09:39 – 13:09 ROAD CLOSED: BETWEEN FOLLOWING ROADS: Mount Bold Road Gurr Road and Dorset Vale Road Dorset Vale Road Mount Bold Road and Matthews Road DISTRICT COUNCIL OF MOUNT BARKER 'MOUNT BARKER' Road Closure: 10:56 – 14:26 ROAD CLOSED: BETWEEN FOLLOWING ROADS: Church Hill Road East Street and Old Mount Barker Road Old Mount Barker Road Church Hill Road and Flaxley Road

PUBLIC CONSULTATION Proposals to Revoke the Classification of Community Land Notice is hereby given, pursuant to Section 194 of the Local Government Act 1999, Council proposes to revoke the community land classification of the following parcels of local government land: 1. Gawler River School House, Gawler River • Legal Description - Allotment 23 Deposited Plan 88415 comprised in Crown Record Volume 6089 Folio 51. • Reason for Revocation - Crown land to be sold and proceeds used to incorporate community facilities into proposed upgrading of Gawler River CFS Station as agreed by Council and Minister. 2. Stormwater Drainage Allotment – Adelaide Road, Kapunda • Legal Description - Allotment 113 Filed Plan 212474 comprised in Certificate of Title Volume 5917 Folio 733. • Reason for Revocation – Land required for operational purposes and not for disposal. 3. Kapunda Soldiers’ Memorial Hall, Hill Street, Kapunda • Legal Description - Portion of Allotment 8 Deposited Plan 86760 comprised in Certificate of Title Volume 6081 Folio 20. More particularly, the extinguished right of way and easements D and E described in Deposited Plan 86760. • Reason for Revocation - Land required for operational purposes and not for disposal. A copy of the respective reports on the proposals including Crown Records, Certificates of Title and Plans, together with further details on the subject land are available for public inspection during normal office hours at the following locations: 93 Main Street, Kapunda and 12 Hanson Street, Freeling Or via the Light Regional Council website at

DISTRICT COUNCIL OF MOUNT BARKER 'NARINE' Road Closure: 11:40 – 15:10 ROAD CLOSED: BETWEEN FOLLOWING ROADS: Old Princess Highway Military Road and Sydney Road

Council is seeking written submissions to the Proposals up to 5.00 pm on Thursday, 23 August 2012 addressed to:

ADELAIDE HILLS COUNCIL 'CAREY GULLY' Road Closure: 12:09 – 15:39 ROAD CLOSED: BETWEEN FOLLOWING ROADS: Badenock Road Greenhill Road and Bridgewater Carey Gully Road Bridgewater Carey Gully Road Badenoch Road and Princess Highway

Brian Carr Chief Executive Officer

ADELAIDE HILLS COUNCIL 'NORTON SUMMITT' Road Closure: 12:45 – 16:15 ROAD CLOSED: BETWEEN FOLLOWING ROADS: Norton Summit Road Gilburn Court and Old Norton Summitt Road Old Norton Summit Road Norton Summit Road and Hoesnells Gully Road

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Sunday 26 August 2012 CAMPBELLTOWN CITY COUNCIL, CITY OF TEA TREE GULLY and ADELAIDE HILLS COUNCIL 'GORGE ROAD' Road Closure: 09:03 – 12:33 ROAD CLOSED: BETWEEN FOLLOWING ROADS: Gorge Road Bermuda Court and Redden Drive ADELAIDE HILLS COUNCIL 'BASKET RANGE' Road Closure: 09:36 – 13:06 ROAD CLOSED: BETWEEN FOLLOWING ROADS: Adelaide Lobethal Road Stentiford Road and Monomeith Road DISTRICT COUNCIL OF MOUNT BARKER 'ECHUNGA' Road Closure: 10:15 – 13:45 ROAD CLOSED: BETWEEN FOLLOWING ROADS: Strathalbyn Road Sophia Street and Kingrose Street CITY OF ONKAPARINGA 'CLARENDON' Road Closure: 10:55 – 14:25 ROAD CLOSED: BETWEEN FOLLOWING ROADS: Clarendon Road Grants Gully Road and Main Road Main Road Clarendon Road and Black Road


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Balaklava Cup2 0 1 2 Wednesday September 5

Morphettville races Check out the fields, form and tips in the Herald on pages 41 and 42.

Exciting new angle THE Balaklava Cup is a trendsetter in South Australian racing. After all, no other country thoroughbred racing meeting can attract a crowd of up to 15,000 people who come in about 200 buses and fill up 66 marquees. This year, the club is going to use a hovering camera to add to the spectacle. Doug Hall, Balaklava Racing Club chief executive officer, said the camera would be used throughout the day for crowd scenes as well as the racing. “We believe it will be quite a talking point,” Mr Hall said. “The camera will give a completely new angle to raceday.” Mr Hall said the camera was battery-powered and had fans to keep it cool and prevent it overheating.

It is operated by remote control and is indicated in the picture. “We will have the camera over the crowd during the day and also hopefully be able to have it used in a position to pick up the racing action,” he said. Mr Hall said the Balaklava Cup was an amazing event. “The population of the town of Balaklava is only a little over 1500 people but on Cup day about 15,000 people attend the Cup. “This is even more astonishing when you consider that Cup day is on a Wednesday with no public holiday at the end of winter and over 100kms from Adelaide. “The Balaklava Cup is a truly unique and amazing event with a great horse race as well.” The 2012 Balaklava Cup will be conducted on Wednesday, September 5.

2011: Magical King proves too strong in last year’s Balaklava Cup.

my Best Friend Does your pet have dental disease? By DR DAVID MCPHAIL DENTAL disease is the most common problem we encounter in veterinary practice. A high proportion of both dogs and cats will present with some degree of change such as gingivitis, plaque accumulation, tooth damage or fractures and gingival pocketing. Even in relatively early stages, this will cause a combination of discomfort and bad breath. In more advanced cases, pets will undergo considerable amounts of pain although this will seldom stop them from eating.

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often see brown deposits, or plaque, building up on the enamel at the margin of the gum. It’s a great idea if you can train your pup or kitten to allow you to do this from an early age. • What should I do about it? As mentioned, the earlier we can get to it, the better our chances of preventing irreversible damage. Also, even in the early stages, your pet is experiencing pain and discomfort (if you’ve ever had gingivitis yourself you’ll know that it’s not much fun), and so we need to resolve that as soon as possible. • What’s involved in treating dental disease? In some cases, we can use specific dental diets to remove early plaque. In more established cases, we’ll need to use an ultrasonic scaler to remove this. Sometimes, there’s nothing we can do to treat an infected or damaged tooth and it’s better to remove it so that we can resolve the infection and pain associated with this. In the latter two situations, this involves a general anaesthetic to allow us good access to the whole mouth in a pain-free manner. We use the most up-to-date equipment and we always use local anaesthetic as well to help provide a pain-free recovery for your pet. Our vets do a lot of additional training in dentistry as we feel it’s such an important area of practice. This means you can rest assured your pet is getting the best possible treatment. • Can I do anything to prevent dental disease? Most definitely, there are several options available to reduce the onset or progression of dental decay. Regular chewing helps dogs and cats effectively clean their gums. Either raw bones or one of the commercial products such as greenies, kong chews or dentabones work quite well. Both Hills and Advance produce a high quality dental diet which cleans the teeth and gums as your pet is eating. These are available for both dogs and cats. It may sound strange, but one of the best ways of preventing dental disease is to brush your pets’ teeth on a daily basis with a soft toothbrush. If you start them at a young age, pets will learn to tolerate this very well and it makes a huge difference. Probably the main thing to do, though, is to come in for regular check-ups so that we can detect the early signs of disease. This can be done at the same time as your annual health checks or vaccinations or we can arrange an appointment specifically to look in your pet’s mouth. If in any doubt, give us a call at Gawler South Vets on 8522 3500 to arrange an appointment. During the month of August, we’re offering free dental checks as part of Pet Dental Month, a national veterinary initiative to improve awareness of dental disease.


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Small scare for Pies By ROBERT LAIDLAW

SLIDE: Tanunda star Sam Agars slides to mark against Gawler Central.

ALTHOUGH sitting bottom, Gawler Central took the game right up to top team Tanunda in last Saturday’s Barossa, Light & Gawler football clash at Gawler Oval. The Tigers started slowly, falling 32 points behind by quarter time, but then unleashed its best football of the season to win the second quarter, kicking 4-3 to just 1-6 by Tanunda, to go in trailing by just 17 points at half time. Even the third quarter saw a solid performance by the home side, as it kicked 2-2 to the Magpies’ 4-8.

Obviously Tanunda was astray with its kicking for goal, but a lot of that was also due to the pressure by Central. With a credible four goals from four scoring shots, the Tigers continued their confident attack in the last term, but tiredness started to take a toll as the visitors booted eight majors. “In the first quarter (Barry) Kaesler (four goals in the opening term) was too big and strong,” Central coach Damien Herzick said. “We tried to match him to size with Ben Tobitt but it didn’t work, so Jake Asher went back on him, and gave away about a foot.

“Overall though it was our best four-quarter effort for the year, because everyone had a crack. Our pressure was good, and our tackling. I was really happy with the stuff you can control.” The match-up of the day did not eventuate, as Tanunda big-man Luke Wells was rested from early in the second term because of leg soreness, which allowed Tiger ruckman Luke Howard to dominate. His tap work gave his team-mates plenty of options, while his work behind the ball was telling. Another ‘good news’ story was the form of youngster Luke Edwards,

2012 BL&G premiership tables A Grade 1 Tanunda 2 Kapunda 3 South Gawler 4 Barossa District 5 Willaston 6 Nuriootpa 7 Freeling 8 Angaston 9 Gawler Central Reserves 1 South Gawler 2 Angaston 3 Barossa District 4 Nuriootpa Rover 5 Willaston 6 Kapunda 7 Gawler Central 8 Tanunda 9 Freeling

P 13 13 13 12 12 12 13 12 12 P 13 12 12 12 12 13 12 13 13

W 12 11 9 8 5 5 4 1 1 W 13 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 1

L 1 2 4 4 7 7 9 11 11 L 0 3 4 5 6 8 8 10 12

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

B 1 1 1 2 2 2 1 2 2 B 1 2 2 2 2 1 2 1 1

For 1521 1175 1325 1272 1111 907 867 721 674 For 1003 765 819 794 683 697 555 562 495

Agst 783 966 930 954 1090 1023 1171 1324 1332 Agst 447 551 598 546 757 766 770 918 1020

% 66.02 54.88 58.76 57.14 50.48 46.99 42.54 35.26 33.60 % 69.17 58.13 57.80 59.25 47.43 47.64 41.89 37.97 32.67

Pts 24 22 18 16 10 10 8 2 2 Pts 26 18 16 14 12 10 8 6 2

Senior Colts 1 Tanunda 2 Gawler Central 3 South Gawler 4 Freeling 5 Barossa District 6 Nuriootpa Rover 7 Willaston 8 Kapunda 9 Angaston Junior Colts 1 South Gawler 2 Angaston 3 Nuriootpa Rover 4 Barossa District 5 Gawler Central 6 Kapunda 7 Freeling 8 Willaston 9 Tanunda

P 13 12 13 13 12 12 12 13 12 P 13 12 12 12 12 13 13 12 13

W 13 9 9 7 6 6 3 2 1 W 12 10 9 8 7 5 3 2 0

L 0 3 4 6 6 6 9 11 11 L 1 2 3 4 5 8 10 10 13

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

B 1 2 1 1 2 2 2 1 2 B 1 2 2 2 2 1 1 2 1

For 1475 1097 1081 767 890 813 590 591 350 For 1092 693 799 911 669 547 320 409 246

Agst 432 509 602 743 663 696 936 1590 1483 Agst 351 448 286 397 509 644 1049 838 1164

% 77.35 68.31 64.23 50.79 57.31 53.88 38.66 27.10 19.09 % 75.68 60.74 73.64 69.65 56.79 45.93 23.37 32.80 17.45

Pts 26 18 18 14 12 12 6 4 2 Pts 24 20 18 16 14 10 6 4 0

Barossa, Light and Gawler Football Association - Played July 28 A GRADE



2.5 7.11 10.15 14.20(104)


5.1 5.5



Best: Kap - J Mackenzie, J Brown, D Leslie, B Taylor, N Brady; Ang - M Doecke, J Ryan, J Roesler, B Sugars, M Ruwoldt, B Kurtz. Goals: Kap - J Brown 4, W Farley 3, B Valentine 2, A Turrell 2, B Williams, C Browne, B Taylor 1 ea; Ang - B Sugars 4, A Chambers, M Ruwoldt, J Fosdike 1 ea.

Angaston Kapunda

4.1 1.3

6.1 3.4

7.2 6.8

SENIOR COLTS 8.3(51) 6.12(48)

Best: Ang - M Pech, C Jasper, B Brook, C Hadden, A Murphy, A Adams; Kap - P Tralaggan, M Koenig, M Prior, A Bray, A May, T McKinnon. Goals: Ang - N Pech 3, M Pech 2, M Kurtz, N Gloede, J Rosenzweig 1 ea; Kap - A Bray 3, K Ryan, J Cobbledick, J Cobiac 1 ea.

South Gawler 3.7 13.9 17.14 24.18(162) Nuriootpa 2.0 3.1 4.3 6.5(41) Best: South - J Dare, N Bartsch, D Goulding, H Lawry, M Foldesdy, M Paget; Nuri - C Edwards, B Thiele, W Nicholls, J Scholz, D Cragg-Sapsford, D O’Neil. Goals: South - A Gerardis 5, A Bayliss 3, B Kerr 3, M Foldesdy 3, M Trezeciak 2, C Musolino 2, N Bartsch 2, M Naumann, M Paget, D Green, C Cameron 1 ea; Nuri - W Nicholls 3, N Salter 2, R Byrne 1.

South Gawler3.2 7.3 7.4 Nuriootpa 2.1 3.1 6.3

Tanunda 6.4 7.10 11.1819.20(134) Gawler Central 1.2 5.5 7.7 11.7(73) Best: Tan - B Kaesler, B Schiller, N Schmidt, B Newberry M Godfrey, A Prior; Cent - L Howard, C Hill, L Edwards, K Heintze, S Souter, A King. Goals: Tan - B Kaesler 9, B Schiller 2, C Bevan 2, B Newberry 2, M Godfrey, L Wells, L Boehm, S Rogasch 1 ea; Cent - L Edwards 3, B Hunt 2, K Heintze 2, J Harvey, R Kalic, J Oxenham, C Hill 1 ea. Barossa District 3.8 8.10 9.11 12.13(85) Freeling 1.1 2.4 7.4 9.7(61)

Barossa District 3.3 9.7 12.10 12.12(84) Freeling 2.2 2.3 4.3 5.7(37) Best: Bar - L Plowman, S Roberts, J Osborne, J Rider, D Curtis, J Woods; Free - D Shaw, P Leske, J Young, M Hutchens, D Cook, N Anders. Goals: Bar - J Wicker 3, C Howarth 2, J Rider 2, B Wadley, D Curtis, A Stone, H Errock, J Berrett 1 ea; Free - T Clancy 2, J Young, D Shaw, P Erskine 1 ea.

Best: Bar - M Taylor, M Stelzer, H Commane, A Spencer, A Amber, N Emes; Free - D Leske, B Parish, K Wright, D Francis, A Kemp. Goals: Bar - H Commane 5, G O’Driscoll 2, R James 2, J Aish 2, A Spencer 1; Free - B Parish 2, J Ashenden 2, B Moon, K Wright, T Barnes, S Carmichael, T Ruediger 1 ea.

8.5(53) 7.4(46)

Kapunda Angaston

1.5 5.6 7.10 1.3 4.3 4.4

12.12(84) 6.5(41)

Best: Kap - C Mclean, T Matthews-Brown, M Good, J Williams, T McLennan, N Modra; Ang - M Williams, M Makris, A Linke. Goals: Kap - T McLennan 6, J Williams 2, T Matthews-Brown 2, T Hunt 1, M Good 1; Ang M Williams 3, J Feist 2, J Kearon 1.

JUNIOR COLTS Angaston Kapunda

1.0 2.0 5.3 2.1 2.4 2.4

7.4(46) 3.5(23)

Best: Ang - B Homes, L Cunningham, J Antonie, J Desira, S Habermann, J Howell; Kap - Z Merkx, W Brett, K Brown, K Muir, D Richardson. Goals: Ang - R Kuhn 2, B Sibley, L Cunningham, J Fechner, S Habermann, B Antonie 1 ea; Kap - J Freeman 2, K Muir 1.

Nuriootpa 3.2 4.5 6.8 6.8(44) South Gawler 2.1 3.2 3.4 6.6(42) Best: Nuri - J Furnell, J Graetz, L Franz, J Braunack, J Robertson, D Schulz; South - J Chapman, L Carter, B Lehman, T Ahl, J Crowe, J Naumann. Goals: Nuri - J Graetz, S Schrapel, L Franz, D Schulz, H Stolz, L Booth-Naylor 1 ea; South T Ahl 2, J Lavia 2, D Judd Smith 1, B Torkington 1.

South Gawler 1.2 4.2 5.4 6.5(41) Nuriootpa 1.1 1.5 1.8 2.10(22)

Tanunda 3.3 5.5 10.5 12.6(78) Gawler Central 0.0 1.0 3.1 6.3(39)

Tanunda 4.2 9.2 12.3 14.4(88) Gawler Central 3.1 4.3 8.5 8.7(55)

Gawler Central 3.3 6.7 10.8 13.9(87) Tanunda 0.0 2.1 2.1 3.2(20)

Best: Tan - K Falkenberg, R Ferrett, S Tscharke, D Wallace, D Wagner, J Heidrich; Cent - I Naulty, C Koen, M Pike.

Best: Tan - J Marshall, J Marschall, M Fox, K Grocke, T Goers, S Mickan; Cent - K Wurst, D Bell, J Ashton, M James, L Neville, D McKenzie. Goals: Tan - T Goers 5, S Brooks 3, W Mudge 2, M Fox 2, B Lockett 1, R Liddell 1; Cent - V Kroon 3, J Neat 2, K Wurst, T Duffield, J Ashton 1 ea.

Best: Cent - M Stewart, L Hill, H Schugmann, B Devries, P Barns-Tripp, J Rathman; Tan - C Wilkin, J McCudden, J Gosden, S Dunn, H Bosward, R Creece.

Freeling 0.4 1.7 4.8 8.11(59) Barossa District 1.2 2.3 3.6 4.7(31)

Barossa District 4.6 10.9 16.11 18.13(121) Freeling 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0(0)

Best: Free - B Jericho, H Moss, K Johnson, J Ashenden, B Haseldine, B Heinrich; Bar - T Gant, R Watson, J Stanbury, W Aylett, N Casboult, M Slade. Goals: Free - T Barnes 2, J Meaney 2, K Johnson 2, J Slater 1, T Julyan 1; Bar - W Roberts 2, T Gant 1, N Casboult 1.

Best: Bar - R Allington, C Robinson, M Quinn, B Ratcliff, M Dalliston, L Stansborough; Free - A Haseldine, N Staehr, M McAvoy, B Tilbrook, C Coleman, M Haylock.

Best: South - F Moore, A Parsons, A White, S Montgomerie, T Lee, M Daly; Nuri - R Skipworth, B Carter, S Butler, T John, T Honner, A Edwards. Goals: South - A Parsons 4, T Lee 2, D Musolino 1, J McVicar 1; Nuri - L Steinborner 2, S Butler, A Edwards, L Cook, N Schubert, B Carter 1 ea.

Goals: Tan - L Hamra 2, D Abinett 2, J Heidrich, K Falkenberg, W Grosser, D Wagner, D Cameron, D Wallace, S Toole, R Ferrett 1 ea; Cent - S Burchell 2, M Ness, B Ward, L Kemp, S Dawe 1 ea.

Best: South - S Trenorden, J Horrocks, B Washington, T Panagiotou, R Feuerherdt, J Gattermayr; Nuri - B Hoepner, H Stolz, A Jaunay, A Laverty, C Dahms, A Duncis. Goals: South - B Washington 4, J Gattermayr 1, T Panagiotou 1; Nuri - C Dahms 1, S Dearlove 1.

Goals: Cent - M Stewart 4, J Connole 2, C Slate 2, H Schugmann 2, B Devries 2, B Hubbard 1; Tan - L Birchard 2, B Dalby 1.

Goals: Bar - R Allington 6, B Ratcliff 3, C Robinson 3, D Nangle 2, R Hage 2, M Dalliston 1, C Randall 1.

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who also kicked the goal of the game in the last term, when his ‘soccered’ shot earned full points. Edwards is a convert from soccer, playing his first game of footy just three seasons ago, and last year won the association’s senior colts best player medal. “There were good signs earlier in the season with Luke (Edwards), but his improvement has been eye-opening, and mark my words, he has a big future,” Herzick said. “He is still learning the game, but his cleanness with the ball is a feature, and for his size, he is a great mark.” Clint Hill was good through the middle for the Tigers, especially in the second quarter, as was Tyson Foreman, while in defence, Peter Bradtke, Shane Souter and Aaron King were standouts. The star of the game though was Kaesler with his nine goals. Ben Schiller and Matt Godfrey played their best games of the year for the Magpies, while Nick Schmidt slotted back in defence without missing a beat, and Ben Newberry was creative up forward. “It wasn’t pretty, and it was a bit of a slog, but we got the points, which is important,” Tanunda mentor Ben Britton said. “While we were a bit underwhelming, they were hard at it all day and served it up to us. They came to play, and used the ball well. They have improved a lot since we played last, but Howard did not play then. “We have several players keen on the bye this week, as they have had heavy schedules.”

Leading goalkickers A grade H Commane (BD) 5 B Kaesler (T) 9 A Gerardis (SG) 5 B Gordon (W) 0 S Agars (T) 0 W Farley (K) 3 R Byrne (N) 1 J Trewren (SG) 0 D Horsnell (F) 0 B Sugars (A) 4 Reserves A Parsons (SG) 4 J Rosenzweig (A) 1 J Berrett (BD) 1 J Smith (N) 0 C Browne (K) 0 J Carter (W) 0 A Moss (W) 0 J McVicar (SG) 1 N Pech (A) 3 A Bray (K) 3 S Carmichael (F) 0 Senior Colts T Goers (T) 5 W Roberts (BD) 2 V Kroon (GC) 3 S Schrapel (N) 1 J Neat (GC) 2 D Hamon (T) 0 H Moss (F) 0 T Ahl (SG) 2 K Johnson (F) 2 S Mickan (T) 0 Junior Colts N Lange (N) 0 J Freeman (K) 2 J Martin (SG) 0 B Washington (SG) 4 B Ratcliff (BD) 3 R Allington (BD) 6 T Panagiotou (SG) 1 S Higgs (N) 0 D Nangle (BD) 2 L Cunningham (A) 1 B Homes (A) 0

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Lions’ loud roar By ROBERT LAIDLAW SOUTH Gawler feasted on Tigers for the second time this season in Barossa, Light & Gawler football last Saturday, but this time it was the Nuriootpa brand, and on Nuriootpa Oval. In the first round the Lions only beat Nuriootpa by eight points after trailing for most of the day at home, a week before beating Gawler Central Tigers by 120 points. While Central is battling to stay out of the cellar, Nuri had a possible finals’ push still on the agenda, but fell to the Lions by an incredible 121 points. The writing was on the wall early, although South was wayward, to lead 3-7 to 2-0 at quarter time, then it exploded with 10 second term goals to virtually put the game to bed. Another nine goals to just three in the second half underlined a complete dominant display by the rampant Lions, as they responded strongly to the previous week’s loss, and could well be the surprise packet of the finals on that form. “We missed a few sitters in the first term but then got back on track, and dominated,” said Lions’ mentor Scott Lee. “After last week’s game

against Kapunda we identified a few areas where we were a bit poor, and we talked about it through the week and before the game. “Every player responded and we were a lot better, which was pleasing. We had a good effort from every player on the day.” The only Lions’ negative was an injury to key forward Justin Trewren, who strained his knee, and could be out for up to a month. Jackson Dare was the best of a good bunch for South from a wing, with his ball-winning and pace proving too good for Nuriootpa to counter. Aaron Bayliss played a good captain’s game, while Nathan Bartsch and Daniel Goulding were at it all day at the stoppages, and Heath Lawry was a rock in defense. In ruck Mark Paget was solid, with good support from Ben Kerr, against Nuri’s Duncan CraggSapsford, while Matt Foldesdy’s work-rate was inspirational for the Lions. The Tigers had very few solid contributors on the day, with Billy Nicholls battling hard all day and kicking three goals, in an almost lone hand, while Charlie Edwards and Brett Thiele had their moments. “Everyone’s accountability

MARK: South Gawler forward Anton Gerardis marks in front of Nuriootpa’s Zac Dahms. was a telling point, with players rotating through the mid-field and working to what is expected,” Lee added. “Our pressure at the stoppages was almost the best this season, and our tackling was first class.” This week South host bottom-placed Central, but can not take the Tigers for granted, after they showed some good

signs against Tanunda. Nuriootpa has a danger game against Angaston, which is in contention for the wooden spoon with Central. On season form Nuri should win well, but on performances over the past fortnight, will be vulnerable to losing and can not afford to bring anything but its best game.

RESPECTING HISTORY: For this week’s home clash with local rival Gawler Central, South Gawler Football Club will be wearing a heritage guernsey made famous by the Lions 1954-55 premiership teams. Pictured wearing the jumper are from left, Jonothon Costa, Daniel Goulding, Jackson Dare, Adrian Costa, Tyson Bowden and Dom Musolino.

Bomber Blasts

WITH finals getting closer, the A grade continue to get the job done recording their 11th win for the year and 10th in a row. However it wasn’t always looking that way as Angaston kicked the first five goals of the game, as they caught the Bombers napping. As Buckets Mackenzie (best player thanks to JT Johnson and Ahrens Engineering) continued to win the taps the Bomber midfield which included young Joey Brown (second best and four goals), David Leslie (third best) and Brad Taylor (fourth best) got on top and dominated keeping Angaston goal less for the next two and a half quarters. If it wasn’t for inaccurate kicking (Joey Brown five points and Sam Ryan four points) the margin could have been a lot larger. The Bs weren’t quite so lucky going down by two points in a nail biter. A couple of unusual umpiring decisions stopped the run on Goody’s boys had, coming from four goals down at the half. Pete Tralaggan continues his rich run of form being adjudged the best player for the Bombers (thanks to SA Lending Centre) with big Alex Bray getting on the scoreboard with three majors. Joy and jubilation, and the prize of not receiving the wooden spoon, were up for grabs for the U17s this week. The boys did themselves proud and sung the Bomber song loud and strong. Connor McLean played a beauty to be judged best player (thanks to Foodworks and Landmark), while Tommy McLennan kicked six ‘sausage rolls’ for his best game for the year.

The u15s continue to play good footy but just can’t get over the line for a win. Zyden Merkx (best player thanks to Tech Me Computers) continues to dominate and must be a monty for the best and fairest award, while Cutis Wall played a great first half before tiring after playing a full game of under 13s as well. A big test this week against Barossa. Coach Crocky expects if the boys play to their best are a real chance. U13s had a hard task against a taller opposition on Saturday. Slippery conditions provided for a difficult game and hard to control footy. The boys tried hard all day but couldn’t put the ball through the sticks. Great endeavour all day from Cody Dew also some great footy from Cody Schupelius, Patrick Prior, Jayden Good and Josh Rowsell. Good to see an improvement in numbers, four on the bench was a novelty. Keep battling boys a win is not far away. Coach Mostyn was pleased with how the u11s played, following his instructions. They were unlucky to come second. Shapes of Green Landscaping awards went to Gage Gill who played the game of his life at full pace and Jalen Zivic who had a good game in the back line. Incentive awards went to Ewan Blacker who played so well, so clean and did so much including kicking two goals, when the going got tough Lane Curtis showed what he is made of, Jordan Harris did some great tackles and just nothing stopped him going in hard and Zane Petney who played well on the wing. Well done boys. Another great game from the Bomber u9s on Friday night. Gary and Olivia Waldhuter Mobile Diesel service awards went to Kane Incoll who said he was going to kick a goal and kicked two and James Waldhuter for his fantastic hand balling and great improvement all round. Litl Mo’s award winner was Declan Quinlan for his ‘good stuff in the guts’ and all round improvement. Incentive awards went to Beau Pepper who was on fire all game, Jake Teasdale for playing well and his form on the training track, Harry Wuttke for good marking and game play and Toby Woods for his good game and fast legs. Well done baby Bombers. A big weekend awaits down at Williamstown this week where the two points are vital for the As to continue their winning run. A reminder to all - The Bomber Bash is this Saturday night at the Institute, so come along - it should be a good night.

Barossa hold off surge By MIKE TEAKLE BAROSSA District withstood a second half surge from the Redlegs to hang on for a 24-point win at Freeling on Saturday. The home side was dealt a blow before the game started with imposing full forward Dan Horsnell being ruled out with a hip flexor injury less than an hour before the first bounce. Added to the absence of the in-form Jack Hancock due to illness, Freeling’s hopes of avoiding a repeat of the 64-point loss they suffered at the hands of the Bulldogs in round five weren’t looking good. Barossa cost themselves a chance to bury Freeling in the first term by kicking 3-8 and not converting their dominance into scoreboard pressure due to the Redlegs’ solid defensive work. Freeling continued to defend well for most of the second quarter apart from a five minute burst that saw the Dogs kick five quick goals to establish a 42-point half time lead. “I felt comfortable at half time that we could run the game out as we were playing fairly well,” Roger James, Barossa playing coach said. Heath Commane’s rich vein of form continued with the big forward kicking four first half goals while guarded by Troy Haseldine. Things changed dramatically in the third term as Freeling lifted their intensity hitting the contest much harder and putting the visitors on the back foot. Redleg coach Mark Tylor also rolled the dice on a plan to curb Commane’s influence by shifting 199cm ruckman Rhys Clinton onto the Dogs’ focal point for his first stint in defence this season. Clinton’s impact combined with the supply drying up because Freeling were dominating possession restricted Commane to just one goal in the second half but

tiger tales BACK after last week’s bye, it was great to again see all the Tiger gals out on the courts, starting the final stage of the 2012 season, as we soon head straight into the final series. It’s always tricky getting back into the swing of things coming off the bye, but the girls all did well with a nice batch of wins coming the Tigers’ way. Keep reading below for the game results and coach’s comments. Special ‘big’ thanks to this week’s Kingsford Hotel clubperson of the week in Ben Moloney (Reece Plumbing). Ben does not get down to netball much, but we are most grateful that on Saturday he was on hand and kindly capably organised everything in a flash to fix our plumbing issues. Thanks Ben for another great job. Further to this, we are also presenting the Cafe Acqua “behind the scenes award” also to Ben, and Jack Would and Michael Nusbajtel (from NuZplumb Plumbing services) for the great job they kindly did for us with our drainage the previous Saturday. Their assistance together with the kindly donated materials from Reece Plumbing and Gawler Landscape Supplies is most appreciated. Thanks guys - love your work. Congratulations this week on milestone games to Renee Brooks on 200 senior games and Ashleigh Clark on 100 junior games. Well done. Thanks to this week’s supporters for providing player incentive vouchers:- Sponsor Awards: Starplex, Fasta Pasta, Lisa at LKFS Finance, Sportspower, Eagle Boys Pizza, Chemplus Gawler, Gawler South Bakery, Video Ezy, Crazy Monkeys, Bushman’s Hotel and Wasley’s Hotel. A few diary dates below and don’t forget to keep a regular eye on the club website ( for all the updated news, photos and goss. Go the Tigers. Diary dates August 4 - playing at South Gawler. August 11 versus Angaston at home - Jason Akermanis plays with the boys and becomes a Tiger for the day. Sportman’s night held in the clubrooms after - tickets for the night on sale now for $30 which includes a light supper. Grab your tickets now - only a few left. August 18 - Red n Rump night at the club another ‘must’ attend event on your social calendar 6.30pm at the club dress 1920s theme - tickets $60 for sit down dinner includes wine and entertainment. Tickets limited - book soon. Senior One: Gawler Central 49 d Tanunda 31. Slow start but whole team persisted to get a good win. Great defensive pressure throughout game,

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more importantly for Tylor his team kicked five third term goals to Barossa’s one, closing the margin to just 19-points by three quarter time and putting a scare into the Barossa camp. “The changes in our team from the first time we played them are significant,” Tylor said. “The players now have a better understanding of my game style and structures, they are starting to get the best out of their ability.” Redleg captain Darren Leske was crucial working hard all day while key forward Ben Parish played a big role as the only big man in their forward line. “Ben’s been terrific,” Tylor said. “His work rate is second to none and he takes a good contested mark. He may only kick one or two goals each week but I’d rate him as possibly the third best forward in the league because of the way he creates opportunities for our team.” Freeling couldn’t quite run down the Bulldogs but you get the impression they are a team on the improve. For Barossa, Adam Spencer made his return to the field for the first time since round one joining Ross Christie who returned last week as the last ingredients the Dogs need for a serious tilt at the finals. Spencer’s return was seamless with the smooth veteran playing well across half back before moving forward late to seal his comeback with a goal. The Bulldogs lost Michael Baraglia to a dislocated finger that compounded but they should be at near full strength for next week’s marquee match up against Kapunda at Williamstown. Freeling travel to Willaston and will be hoping for a repeat of their round six upset which may have ultimately wrecked the Donnybrooks’ season. created lots of turnovers but did not make the most of these all the time. Incentives to Jade for strong gutsy effort and Renee for giving GK a go and doing a great job. Well done and thanks to Maddie Bush on her first senior one game. Senior Two: Gawler Central 46 d Tanunda 39. Good win after another slow start. Incentives to Tyler Holbrook and Maddie Bush. Senior Three: Gawler Central 53 d Tanunda 27. Senior Four: Gawler Central 47 d Tanunda 42. Worked very hard to come away with the win. Well done girls. Award : Mandy Vivian, Elise Hillebrand. Senior Five: Tanunda 52 d Gawler Central 35. Unfortunate loss, just outplayed by a better side. Defensive end was fantastic nevertheless. Award recipients: Vanessa Simpson, Megan Fullgrabe. Senior Six: Gawler Central 71 d Tanunda 15. Another easy game girls. All played well and had fun. Special mention to Lozza and Justine scoring 12 goals in the final quarter. Thanks to Sky and Nerissa for filling in. Awards recipients: Justine Farrugia-Gay and Tina Pratt. Intermediate One: Tanunda 50 d Gawler Central 30. A good game for three quarters, still kept trying, but a few passing errors let us down but our defensive pressure was good. Award recipients: Ellen Cook and Emma Hampel. Intermediate Two: Gawler Central 38 d Tanunda 29. Slow start but great finish. Award recipients: Molly Jeffreys and Tayla Oxenham. Junior One: Tanunda 43 d Gawler Central 21. Excellent effort girls you played great until third quarter then lapsed in concentration. Award recipients: Sky Brook and Courtney Welsh. Junior Two: Gawler Central 40 d Tanunda 26. Fantastic game girls. All nine girls played well. Well done. Awards: Shannen Penna, Katie O’Hennessy. Sub Junior One: Gawler Central 48 d Tanunda 4. Another great game by all the girls. Passes were excellent. Awards: Chelsea Hogarth, Angelina McDonnell. Sub Junior Two: Tanunda 17 d Gawler Central 16. Such a close game and our girls fought right to the end. So proud of each of them. Great defence pressure and passing was much improved. Good try goalies. Awards: Danielle Downie, Tayla Drew. Sub Junior Three: Gawler Central 31 d Tanunda 9. Well done girls. All played well in their positions. We tried a few new positions and it worked well. Keep up the great effort girls and we will get rewards. Awards: Emily Truscott, Sammy Kernick. Primary Two: Tanunda 7 d Gawler Central 5. A great effort by the girls to keep it to a close game. All of them improving beyond belief from last round. Awards: Chloe Schulze, Abbey Ratcliffe. Netta One: Fantastic work girls. You have improved so much and we are so proud of you girls. Awards: Jess Swan and Sofie Scarfe. Netta Two: Good effort girls. They were a tall team but we worked hard to get in front. Passing was awesome. Awards: Kaylea Wilson, Riley Taylor.



Baseball season opens

Gold medal success

GAWLER Rangers Baseball Club will open its 2012/13 season this Sunday with a registration day and training at Trinity College, on the back road oval, from 10am to noon. Last Sunday the club completed its winter training under the umbrella of the Northern Region Sports Academy at Starplex, with Adelaide Bite pitcher Darren Fidge. The club will field sides in BaseballSA senior and junior divisions, with teams to be finalised over the following few weeks. Wayne Jenkins has accepted the position of A grade coach, with other positions to be filled depending on teams.

IN 2011, Shaun Hahn finished second in his age group in Little Athletic’s state cross-country championships. In 2012, Shaun set a goal to go one better. And like many Olympic athletes his chase for gold was successful, when he ran 13 minutes and 31 seconds to win the 15 boys 3000m title on July 22. The Nuriootpa High School year nine student won by over a minute, with the second placegetter coming home in 14:51. “All the hard work over the past year under various coaches was worth it,” Shaun said. “It was a sense of relief, as it was the first time I'd crossed the line first. And because I'm more of a swimmer and triathlete, I wasn't sure how the crosscountry would go. “Under swim coach Steve Garner I've lost some weight, which, funny enough, helped with my running too.” The 2012 state champs were held in Gawler, at Dead Man's Pass Reserve, with over 300 athletes competing in a variety of age groups. Not only does Shaun compete for the Barossa Little Athletics Centre, he swims with Starplex Swim Club and is also a triathlete. Over the past two summers the Stockwell resident has been selected in the triathlon state team, and won the state series for his age group earlier this year. Because of his crosscountry champs victory he will represent South

BASEBALL STARS: Adelaide Bite pitcher Darren Fidge (centre, back row) with some Rangers ‘stars’.


SELECTED: Chelsea Lemke will represent Australia.

Australian honour GAWLER netballer Chelsea Lemke has been honoured with 19-andunder Australian selection for a series of games against England, New Zealand and Samoan under 21 teams. The younger Aussies are part of a development group, which will participate in the warm-up series against the higher age group from August 2125 in Ballarat. “I heard the news at lunchtime on Monday and was quite excited, as I was hoping to gain selection,” Chelsea said. “To play against other countries will be a thrill, and to play with different stars from other states is something I’m looking forward to. “My aim is to make the

national side that will play in the world youth netball champs in Glasgow next year, and this series is on the pathway to that goal.” The athletes named in the 19-and-under team will get a rare and valuable opportunity to gain international netball exposure. It will be a chance for the young girls to experience what Australian netball is all about, and what it means to wear the uniform and get that feeling of representing their country at such a young age. Chelsea is one of four South Australian’s in the 12-player squad, which also includes former Trinity College student Amehlia Schmidt.

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Kapunda in a close one Gawler Central 49 Tanunda 31

Kapunda 61 Angaston 56 KAPUNDA proved a shade too strong for Angaston in an exciting game to keep alive their chances of a top-two finish. “With Angaston pressing hard for a finals’ berth they were always going to give their all,” Paul McGrath, Kapunda coach said. “With our uncharacteristic effort against South last week, we had to bounce back in preparation for our finals’ campaign. “The game started at a good pace and had a number of momentum swings as neither side was able to dominate, the result being a 15-all score at the first break. “We were confident of being able to pull away as the game went on, and we did, only to be let down by a stop/start game and our accuracy which dropped to 70 per cent. “Still we were in front at half time, which meant they had to play catch up. We set ourselves for a big third and the signs were good, up by six and starting to move away only to be held back by supernatural forces. “Angaston got back within one before we hit the last three, to give us a four goal buffer at the last change. Our goalies combined well in the third and converted at 89 per cent. “The last quarter ebbed and flowed, but we maintained the lead until the final whistle.” Kapunda’s best were Penny Chappell (centre) who was full of run as usual and got a number of vital touches in all thirds to give her side the turnovers to keep their noses in front and Stacey Burgess (goal keeper) who played another consistent game picking off many intercepts from the back of the court, turning defence into attack. Chelsea Duval, Angaston coach, said she was proud of her side. “Kapunda grabbed a break of a few goals during the last three quarters and we kept pegging them back but they were just too good,” Chelsea said. “I thought it was a really good game and we still give ourselves a chance of playing finals if we keep up that sort of form.” Angaston’s best were Lily Miles who played in defence and goalies Vic Hall and Kim Seelander.

Barossa District 42 Freeling 40 BAROSSA District broke through for their first win of the season with a two-goal victory over Freeling. “What a great feeling,” said Leanne Nelson, Barossa coach. “It was a tough encounter and very physical with many girls hitting the floor heavily during the game. “I was very proud of all seven players that played. I could not pick a best player as everyone put in 100 per cent. We started well, working the ball into the goal ring with speed and accuracy and the goalies delivered. Our defence held strong but Freeling were working tirelessly also and the game could have easily gone either way. “After leading by five in the last quarter we started to turn the ball over and Freeling brought the game back to even. We had been in this position before in other games, either sink or swim. This time we held our heads, had belief in each other, played for each other as a team and were victorious by two goals. “I cannot emphasise how proud I am of the girls. For weeks we have battled getting so close on many occasions, but never once have they dropped their heads or lost faith in each other, Saturday was a fantastic reward for a fantastic group of girls and I am very proud to be their coach.” Freeling coach Lyn Carmichael said she had been surprised with the lineup Barossa put on court. “Congratulations to Barossa on their first win but it would have been more satisfying if they had their usual team,” Lyn said. “One positive was my girls did not drop their heads and fought it out to the last whistle and won the last quarter. I really have nothing more to say.”

DEFENCE: Kapunda’s Kim Creber trying to block Angaston’s Katie Gloedewatched by Candy Zivic.

Barossa, Light and Gawler Netball Association results from Round 14, July 28.

Senior One: Kapunda 61 d Angaston 56; South Gawler 68 d Nuriootpa 38; Gawler Central 49 d Tanunda 31; Barossa District 42 d Freeling 40. Senior Two: Kapunda 51 d Angaston 41; South Gawler 46 d Nuriootpa 40; Gawler Central 46 d Tanunda 39; Barossa District 37 d Freeling 36.

CHANGE: Central’s Renee Schumacher takes a backline pass as goal keeper. GAWLER Central won all four quarters in an 18-goal win over Tanunda but the score didn’t reflect the closeness of the contest. Central coach Leigh Waddington pulled a surprise move at half-time shifting longtime goal shooter Renee Schumacher to goal keeper and it proved a good move with Renee taking rebounds and proving a tight defender. “It was slow start, but good persistent effort,” Leigh said. “The defensive pressure was great resulting in many turnovers, but we didn’t make the most of them with many missed shots. Tracy Patton played well at both ends, as a goal defence and goal attack while midcourt Jade Pfitzner was Central’s other best player. Tanunda coach Maria Fraser was happy with her side’s effort. “It was pleasing to keep Gawler Central under 50 goals and this was a marked improvement on our previous encounter when they scored 73,” Maria said. “The effort of our girls couldn’t be questioned and we battled well despite losing by 18 goals. The team spirit was excellent, the work rate high and our pride of performance was in place. Well done to all of the team. “Kate Jolly continued her excellent form that has been ever present throughout the season and Kate Mader did a top job in defence with her efforts helping to contain the scoring to a reasonable level. “I am proud to coach the team because of their spirit, unity and pride in performance and despite not winning as many games as we’d like; our development is in progress. “Brooke Edson did a top job as goal attack with her opportunity when replacing Megan Samain at half time. Our team effort was what is required on a consistent basis for us to move forward in the future.”

South Gawler 68 Nuriootpa 38 IN-FORM South Gawler had a predictable 30-goal win over Nuriootpa and is already focusing on this week’s game against Gawler Central. “We were able to get off to a very good start,” Lynette Hutton, South coach said. “In the following quarters we couldn’t maintain the same tempo, but still managed to win each quarter. “We didn’t really have a standout best player as it was pretty much a team effort. Anna (Dunn) worked hard all day and even had a run in a different position. “We will have a tough game next week and will have to work hard at training to be ready.” Nuriootpa coach Robyn March said despite the dismal score there were still some individual pleasing results. “Kendall Barter was matched up against a very experienced and brilliant Anna Dunn but gave her best for four full quarters,” Robyn said. “Tush Steinert, was our second best individual effort and finally delivered four quarters of solid effort. Her shooting average increased, which is all you can ask for under continuous solid defensive pressure. “Kylie Falkenberg despite being injured, soldiered on and was named our third best. She was determined to break free from the solid defence of Brooke Giorgetti and often had to perform three and four preliminary moves to finally break away and deliver some pressure balls into developing and injured goalies. “It’s back to the drawing board again but I am pleased with their continued improving performances during the season.”

Senior Three: Angaston 59 d Kapunda 34; South Gawler 45 d Nuriootpa 35; Gawler Central 53 d Tanunda 27; Barossa District 45 d Freeling 34. Senior Four: Angaston 49 d Kapunda 21; South Gawler 63 d Nuriootpa 21; Gawler Central 47 d Tanunda 42; Freeling 46 d Barossa District 32. Senior Five: Angaston 64 d Kapunda 33; South Gawler 85 d Nuriootpa 12; Tanunda 52 d Gawler Central 35; Freeling 53 d Barossa District 45. Senior Six: Angaston 80 d Kapunda 15; Nuriootpa 52 d South Gawler 41; Gawler Central 71 d Tanunda 15; Freeling 49 d Barossa District 35. Senior Seven: South Gawler 61 d Nuriootpa 28; Freeling 54 d Barossa District 14. Intermediate One: Kapunda 51 d Angaston 19; South Gawler 41 d Nuriootpa 29; Tanunda 50 d Gawler Central 30; Barossa District 36 d Freeling 32. Intermediate Two: Kapunda 59 d Angaston 28; South Gawler 68 d Nuriootpa 12; Gawler Central 38 d Tanunda 29; Freeling 54 d Barossa District 19. Junior One: South Gawler 54 d Nuriootpa 41; Tanunda 43 d Gawler Central 21; Freeling 51 d Barossa District 30. Junior Two: Kapunda 40 d Angaston 24; South Gawler 58 d Nuriootpa 12; Gawler Central 40 d Tanunda 26; Freeling 37 d Barossa District 23. Sub Junior One: Angaston 33 d Kapunda 16; Nuriootpa 27 d South Gawler 6; Gawler Central 48 d Tanunda 4; Freeling 25 d Barossa District 11. Sub Junior Two: Angaston 25 d Kapunda 7; Nuriootpa 36 d South Gawler 6; Tanunda 17 d Gawler Central 16; Barossa District 23 d Freeling 17. Sub Junior Three: Angaston 19 d Kapunda 12; Gawler Central 31 d Tanunda 9.

Barossa, Light and Gawler Association netball sponsor awards Barossa Sportspower

Terry White Chemists

Intermediate One

Junior One

Herald Club of the Year

Nick Hambour Window Fashions Senior One

Votes for round 14 of the Barossa, Light and Gawler Netball Association 2012 season, the Herald Netball Club of the Year Award. South Gawler 20; Gawler Central 18; Freeling 16; Angaston 14; Barossa District 10; Kapunda 10; Tanunda 8; Nuriootpa 6; Willaston had the bye.

3: Jamie McGuirk (N);

3: Rachael Gerhardy

3: Tayla Helbig (N);

Lisa Wilson (W); Katie Gloede (A); Karina Cook (SG).

(N); Rebecca Perrotti (W); Kirsten Muster (F); Erin Leahy (SG). 2: Jasmine Kurtz (N); Liesel Dunstan (W); Naomi Murray (A); Sarah Kent (SG). 1: Bec Walsh (T); Kristin Brombal (W); Karla Robinson (F); Holly Diekman (K).

Hannah Robinson (BD); Brittany Modra (F); Caitlin Arnold (SG). 2: Courtney Jensen (N); Beccy Mahony (BD); Chynna Eichner (F); Laura Schwerdt (SG). 1: Emily Bert (T); Ashleigh Verdon (W); Maddy Menzel (A); Kim Kearney (K).

2: Kate Jolly (T); Danica Earle (W); Lilly Miles (A); Anna Dunn (SG). 1: Kendall Barter (N); Stacey Nelson (BD); Megan Heinrich (F); Kim Kreber (K).

Tanunda Cellars Senior Two

3: Amy Mickan (T); Abeny Kuol (W); Alex Hamlyn (F). 2: Maddie Maitland (T); Deb Petty (W); Shaye Toet (F). 1: Merissa Graham (N); Brittany Hoflehner (BD); Emma Hartnett (F).

Gawler Cinemas Sub Junior One 3: Miranda Milton (N); Chloe McLean (W); Lucy Williams (A); Morghan Prior (K). 2: Sarah Weigand (N); Jessica Appelby (BD); Tayla Meaney (F); Sharna Grant (K). 1: Kiara Watson (N); Katelen Frederick (W); Emma Keys (A); Jordi Johnson (K).

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MORPHETTVILLE gallops WEDNESDAY SA TAB MULTIPLES Daily Double: 7, 8 Extra Double: 3, 4 Treble: 6, 7, 8 Quadrella: 5, 6, 7, 8 First Four: All Races Fixed Odds: All Races



GRAHAM FISCHER (Barossa Herald)


Leslie Short Hurdle

(Eligible riders can claim) Rating 120 $12,000

1 2 3 4

12623 56684 15245 12338

End Of Time w (2) A Lynch Honour The Force cw (5) G Bedggood Trenchtown w (4) T Logan Champion Chestnut dw (1) J Lynch (clm3) 5 72P70 Its The Truth (3) T Ryan 6 0807P Rock Legend (6) P Hamblin 7 s7388 Miami Ink (7) P Gallagher



68 67.5 66.5

1.90 4.00 4.60

65.5 65 65 65

6.00 17.00 51.00 17.00


Darley Handicap

(Apprentices can claim) Class 2 $10,000

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

72261 79212 64421 40753 0s958 89857 0347P


Blevic Lad h (7) Ms J Kah (a3) Apostle w (1) J Bowditch Pretty Blonde (4) J Potter Slacksmith w (3) Ms A Herrmann Waywardshot (6) Ms C Lindop Dubai Vengeance w (5) B Claridge Rampur w (2) Ms K Bishop (a3)


58 57.5 56 54 54 54 54

4.00 2.80 2.10 11.00 16.00 26.00 51.00


Dominant Plate

(Apprentices can claim) 3yo & up Maiden SW $10,000

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

80s78 8625 360s8 58576 45045 54325 885s3 0004 56043 69394 5974

Heavensake h (2) T Baker Mr Schiller b (7) P Gatt Storming North (9) Ms L Stojakovic (a2) Swing Along (10) B Claridge Toby’s Statement (3) J Bowditch Fraanikova b (6) Ms J Kah (a3) Magus (4) M Neilson Maple Lane (1) Ms T Zanker Sheik Moh Hand h (5) Ms C Lindop Urania Belle (8) J Holder What Logic (11) J Frew (a2)

58 58 58 58 58 56 56 56 56 56 58

21.00 3.00 51.00 9.00 8.50 7.00 13.00 8.50 3.80 11.00 16.00

STEVE DAVISON (Pagemasters)












Best Bets

END OF TIME Honour The Force Champion Chestnut

BLEVIC LAD Apostle Pretty Blonde

MAGUS Fraanikova Urania Belle

DANCING POETESS Torio Boy Bert Da Flyer

AURABELLE Gone Without Princess Peggy

THORNY DEVIL Sweet Never El Prado Gold

CALLMEDAN Dubai Me Roses Beearch

GULLY KING Avail Exalted Filly


END OF TIME Trenchtown Honour The Force

BLEVIC LAD Pretty Blonde Apostle

SHEIK MOH HAND Fraanikova Mr Schiller

BERT DA FLYER Dancing Poetess Torio Boy

GET UP STAND UP Princess Peggy Ducados

THORNY DEVIL El Prado Gold El Magico

COUSTELLET Callmedan No Doubtfire

EXALTED FILLY Energized Shanghai Bound


1050m Plate



(Apprentices can claim) 3yo Maiden SW $10,000

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

7s 6s0 3 5

9 2 10 80s 11 0 12 88s46 13 9s


Bert Da Flyer h (7) P Gatt D’Artagnan (9) M Neilson Facing h (10) A Patterson Handsome Frank (3) SCRATCHED Saturday Sorcerer h (6) B Claridge Torio Boy h (2) T Baker Auge h (12) Ms L Hopwood Dances With Spurs h (1) S Westover (a2) Dancing Poetess (8) J Potter Kristabella h (4) J Bowditch Light Supreme h (13) J Maund Meadows Mist (5) Ms C Lindop Swinging Soldier h (11) Ms A Herrmann


57.5 57.5 57.5

4.50 9.00 51.00

57.5 57.5 55.5

11.00 4.60 8.00

55.5 55.5 55.5 55.5 55.5 55.5

9.00 3.50 21.00 51.00 7.00 26.00


Paul’s Milk Plate

(Apprentices can claim) 4yo & up Maiden SW $10,000

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

6s256 20s P0006 22s3 3680s s968s 8 7 49s 0900s 8s458

Deputy George h (2) S Westover (a2) Ducados (4) J Potter Finniss h (3) B Claridge Aurabelle (10) Ms L Stojakovic (a2) Doting h (11) W Kerford Get Up Stand Up b (12) Ms J Kah (a3) Gone Without h (8) T Pannell Kissenfire h (13) J Maund My Big Girl h (6) Ms L Hopwood On The Fringe h (9) Ms A Herrmann Princess Peggy b (5) M Neilson Routine Miss h (1) Ms T Zanker Star Contessa h (7) Ms C Lindop

58 58 58 56 56 56 58 56 56 56 56 56 56

Christmas Twilight 14/12


(Apprentices can claim) 4yo & up Rating 68 $10,000

7.00 7.00 6.00 7.00 51.00 4.60 8.50 21.00 51.00 13.00 4.00 51.00 51.00

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13


58136 22624 42326 1s3s s1222 5s429 1736s 34s34 13s9s 6s598 6400s 48234 88033

El Prado Gold dwh (1) S Westover (a2) Shot In Jest cdwh (4) J Frew (a2) Droste dwh (2) Ms L Stojakovic (a2) El Magico dbh (12) J Bowditch Arthurian Legend d (13) Ms J Kah (a3) Wine Lover h (11) B Claridge Sticks Magee (7) A Patterson Thorny Devil dbh (6) T Pannell Sweet Never bh (5) J Maund De Vilaine db (9) Ms K Bishop (a3) Taj Maher dh (3) W Kerford Angel Of Hope wh (8) Ms C Lindop Evenaz d (10) Ms R Williams (a3)


Spring Racing At Morph.

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6.50 3.80 7.50 3.20 16.00 11.00 31.00 11.00 7.50 51.00 31.00 21.00 26.00


(Apprentices can claim) 4yo & up Rating 62 $10,000

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

71646 7398s 92718 38058 44706 s8914 72853 17614 9s420 54805 808s4 03095 s0842 0s000

Callmedan w (2) J Frew (a2) Sparkling Victory th (5) J Bowditch Tommy Two wh (10) C Lever Just A Giggle cdw (11) Ms C Lindop Savvy Smokin’ dh (3) S Westover (a2) Beearch dw (12) Ms A Herrmann Coustellet h (6) A Patterson Perfect Crown ch (4) J Holder Dubai Me Roses db (9) M Neilson Sir Ready bh (8) P Gatt Fraacharm wh (1) T Pannell Bruno dwh (7) T Pannell No Doubtfire (13) B Claridge Red Waratah dw (14) Ms T Zanker

59.5 58.5 58.5 58 58 57 56.5 56.5 56 56 55.5 55 55 54

9.00 51.00 13.00 26.00 11.00 5.50 3.50 21.00 5.50 7.00 17.00 26.00 7.00 51.00

THE TRACK Rail: Is out 5m from the 1200m to the winning post, then out 3m for the remainder. Track: Slow (6). Weather: Overcast.



Sportingbet Handicap


(Apprentices can claim) 4yo & up Rating 68 $10,000

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

0137s 872s7 46121 64192 30471 8442s 45s00 3s214 05276 517s5 2005s 264s0 73927

Tasteofenergy tdwh (3) T Pannell Shanghai Bound (10) M Neilson Energized dw (7) Ms K Bishop (a3) Gully King w (8) Ms J Kah (a3) Motzart d (1) Super Silks b (4) J Holder Six Crownies d (5) J Maund Exalted Filly dw (11) P Gatt Rescued h (6) S Westover (a2) Tayla Lee dh (9) T Baker Avail dh (12) C Lever Quick Thoughts dh (2) Ms L Hopwood Gailamour (13) J Bowditch

59.5 58.5 58 58 58 57.5 57 56 56 55.5 54.5 54 54

11.00 5.00 3.80 6.50 6.50 13.00 26.00 4.00 26.00 17.00 26.00 51.00 31.00


T – Won at track. C – Won at this distance on this course. D – Won at this distance on another course. W – Won in slow or heavy going B – Beaten favourite at last start. H – Trained on track. N – Won a night. S – Spell of three months. F – Fell. P – Pulled up. L – Lost rider This publication takes all care in compiling the TAB details but cannot accept any responsibility for any errors. Readers are urged to check TAB information with th official lists before placing their bets.

GEAR CHANGES RACE 1: (6) Rock Legend norton bit on first time RACE 3: (6) Fraanikova tongue-tie on first time, winkers on first time RACE 4: (1) Bert Da Flyer, (4) Handsome Frank, (7) Auge, (8) Dances With Spurs blinkers on first time; (2) D’Artagnan blinkers on first time, lugging bit on first time; (11) Light Supreme lugging bit on first time; (12) Meadows Mist blinkers on again; (13) Swinging Soldier blinkers off first time, lugging bit on first time RACE 5: (3) Finniss cross-over noseband on first time, standard bit on first time, tongue-control bi off again; (6) Get Up Stand Up nasal strip on first time, tongue-tie on first time; (8) Kissenfire blinkers on first time, winkers off first time; (13) Star Contessa blinkers off first time, ear muffs on first time, winkers on first time RACE 6: (7) Sticks Magee bubble cheeke off first time, lugging bit on first time, pacifiers off first time; (8) Thorny Devil blinkers off first time; (9) Sweet Never tongue-tie on first time; (10) De Vilaine blinkers off again RACE 7: (4) Just A Giggle blinkers off again, winkers on again; (7) Coustellet blinkers on again RACE 8: (2) Shanghai Bound pacifiers off first time, tongue-tie off first time; (6) Super Silks bar plates on first time, blinkers on again; (7) Six Crownies concussion plates off again; (9) Rescued concussion plates off first time; (10) Tayla Lee norton bit on first time

MORPHETTVILLE comment Race one END OF TIME (E V Musgrove) 5g By Anabaa - Pilya (19:2-4-3): Not disgraced when 2-3/4 len, 4 len 3rd (64.0) Lord Of The Song, Viva Delspec 3100m Morphettville Parks Hrdl slow trk July 21. Looks close to another win and won’t get too many better opportunites than this. The one to beat. HONOUR THE FORCE (E V Musgrove) 8g By Dr Johnson - Satan’s Angel (45:4-8-2): tuck on OK for 7-1/2 len 4th (64.0) Lord Of The Song 3100m Morphettville Parks Hrdl slow trk July 21. Looks to be running into form and has claims in a thin affair. TRENCHTOWN (P G Jones) 8g By King’s Best - Barbuda (42:4-6-2): Battling 9-3/4 len 5th (64.0) Lord Of The Song 3100m Morphettville Parks Hrdl slow trk July 21. Has been thereabouts of late and meeting similar opposition to last time apart from the winner. In the mix. CHAMPION CHESTNUT (E V Musgrove) 9g By Over - Jumburran Star (64:9-5-12): Pulled up injured following 18-1/4 len 8th (64.0) Lord Of The Song 3100m Morphettville Parks Hrdl slow trk July 21. Had excuses last time but he needs it weak. Place only. ITS THE TRUTH (J A O’Connor) 9g By Genuine Sister Georgina (76:3-6-9): Safely held when 18 len 10th (54.0) Quick ‘n’ Slick 2200m Murray Bridge (68) dead trk July 25. Struggling for form and others look better suited here. ROCK LEGEND (G D Searle) 6g By Elvstroem - Star Of The Stud (14:1-0-0): Jumped awkwardly and failed to finish (64.0) Lord Of The Song 3100m Morphettville Parks Hrdl slow trk July 21. Made an inauspicious debut over the jumps last time and needs to lift. MIAMI INK (J A O’Connor) 8g By Danehill Dancer - Light Wave (36:3-5-4): Always well back when 14-1/2 len 8th (54.0) Quick ‘n’ Slick 2200m Murray Bridge (68) dead trk July 25. Fitter for recent racing on the flat but he’s yet to flatter in two races over the jumps.

Race two BLEVIC LAD (R R Jolly) 4g By Blevic - Laudation (9:1-2-0): Scored 1/2 len win (53.5) Holy Shemoley, Sheik Moh Hand 1600m Murray Bridge 2yo+ Mdn dead trk July 25. Up in grade here but fought on strongly last time and the 3kg claim will help in this. Go well.

APOSTLE (J A O’Connor) 6g By Galileo Chacony (17:1-4-1): Struck interference at the start before running 1/2 len 2nd (57.0) Quick ‘n’ Slick 2200m Murray Bridge (68) dead trk July 25. Kept coming last time and drops in grade here. Take tossing. PRETTY BLONDE (Kym Healy) 4m By High Rolling - Elladior (7:1-1-0): Solid 1-1/2 len win (55.5) Mickiem, Fireweed 1950m Morphettville Parks 2yo+ Mdn dead trk July 19. Racing consistently in lower grade and she’ll run the trip out. In the mix. SLACKSMITH (Ms C Rose) 7g By Zabeel - Eliza Cove (22:2-2-3): Slowly away when 7 len, 3/4 len 3rd (54.0) Birdman, Treeovus 1700m Gawler (68) dead trk July 11. Doesn’t win out of turn but back to his right grade here. Can figure in a moderate affair. WAYWARDSHOT (E V Musgrove) 7g By Regal Shot - Archway Angel (25:2-5-0): AJumped awkwardly before finishing 6-3/4 len 8th (66.5) Dashing Moulah 2000m Casterton Hwt (62) slow trk June 24. May be getting ready for a jumps career. Looking to others. DUBAI VENGEANCE (J Dunn) 5g By Dubai Destination - Vengadame (32:2-2-5): Passed a few stragglers in the run home when 10-1/2 len 7th (54.0) Quick ‘n’ Slick 2200m Murray Bridge (68) dead trk July 25. Needs to lift. RAMPUR (B D Brook) 7g By Bellotto - Patter Song (43:1-0-2): Vetted after failing to finish (64.0) Lord Of The Song 3100m Morphettville Parks Hrdl slow trk July 21. Mixing flat and jumps racing with little success. Cannot have.

Race three HEAVENSAKE (John Hyam) 4g By God’s Own Danzelle (7:0-0-0): Finished 6-3/4 len 8th (57.5) Mestari 1400m Morphettville Parks 3yo Mdn dead trk July 19. Jumping sharply out to this trip and hard to recommend with confidence on what he’s done to date. Looking elsewhere. MR SCHILLER (W E Smart) 4g By Artie Schiller - Imagine Harmony (4:0-1-0): Was vetted after 3-3/4 len 5th (57.5) Blevic Lad 1600m Murray Bridge 2yo+ Mdn dead trk July 25. Slightly disappointing last time out when started favourite. Unknown at the trip but must go in against this lot.

STORMING NORTH (J A O’Connor) 6g By Giant’s Causeway - Reem Albaraari (15:0-1-1): Resumed racing with 10-1/2 len 8th (58.0) Blevic Lad 1600m Murray Bridge 2yo+ Mdn dead trk July 25. Fitter for one run back from a decent break and he has been placed over this trip. May need another run but can place. SWING ALONG (J Dunn) 4g By Al Maher Twilight Serenade (8:0-0-0): Beat four home when 9-1/4 len 6th (55.5) Havelock Express 2000m M’ville 3yo (75) slow trk July 21. Made a little late ground in Saturday company last start and should be peaking after three runs in this distance range. Blowout chance. TOBY’S STATEMENT (R H Wilkinson) 5g By Mugharreb - Big Swampy (7:0-0-0): Kept coming when 6-1/4 len 5th (58.0) Pretty Blonde 1950m Morphettville Parks 2yo+ Mdn dead trk July 19. Shaping as if this trip will suit and should get a nice run here. Has claims. FRAANIKOVA (J F Macmillan) 5m By Fraar Ramanikov (5:0-1-1): Hung out and got her tongue over the bit when 4 len 5th (53.0) Marlborough 2100m Gawler Mdn dead trk July 11. Tongue tie goes on here and she will run the trip out better than most. Gets her chance. MAGUS (Tony McEvoy) 6m By High Chaparral - Lyrical Look (4:0-0-1): Hit the rail near the 1600m before finishing 1/2 nk, 1-1/2 len 3rd (56.0) Marlborough, Fireweed 2100m Gawler Mdn dead trk July 11. Big effort first-up from 18-month break when easy in the betting. Take tossing. MAPLE LANE (Deane Pannell) 4m By Citizen Kane - Honour The Star (4:0-0-0): Beat six home when 6-3/4 len 4th (55.5) Havelock Express 2000m M’ville 3yo (75) slow trk July 21. Ran out of her skin in Saturday grade last time and that was her first glimpse of form in four starts. Chance if she can repeat that. SHEIK MOH HAND (L Macdonald & A Gluyas) 3c By Dubai Destination - Royal Grove (6:0-01): Solid 1/2 len, 1-3/4 len 3rd (55.5) Blevic Lad, Holy Shemoley 1600m Murray Bridge 2yo+ Mdn dead trk July 25. Getting close to a win but only query here is the trip. Include. URANIA BELLE (Simon Casey) 4m By Spinning World - Match Point (9:0-0-1): Finished 2-3/4 len 4th (55.5) Blevic Lad 1600m Murray Bridge 2yo+ Mdn dead trk July 25. Stepping up in distance but hasn’t been far away of late. Place. WHAT LOGIC (Ms R Day) 4g By Gallo Di Ferro - Wild Logic (4:0-0-0): Handy 3-1/4 len 4th (56.0) Pretty Blonde 1950m Morphettville Parks 2yo+ Mdn dead trk July 19. Held on gamely last time and should be fitter now.

Race four BERT DA FLYER (R R Jolly) 3g: First start. By Magic Albert - Birdlady. Half-brother to Singapore winner Powerpac and scored sht 1/2 hd win Maybe Discreet, D’Artagnan 1000m M’ville barrier trial dead trk July 16. Defeated a subsequent Saturday winner in a recent trial and was scratched from Saturday to be reserved for this. Blinkers go on for debut. D’ARTAGNAN (Tony McEvoy) 3g: First start. By Artie Schiller - Satin Sheets. Half-brother to four winners including Eton (5 wins) and Satin Choice (3 wins). Finished sht 1/2 hd, 3 len 3rd Bert Da Flyer, Maybe Discreet 1000m M’ville barrier trial dead trk July 16. From top stable and bred to be an early goer. They’ve put blinkers on him and he’s a big watch here. FACING (G V Richards) 3g By Face Value Unwrapped (1:0-0-0): Debuted with 8-3/4 len last (55.5) Heavens Shout 1000m Port Lincoln 2yo Hcp Feb 9. Had some support on debut back in the summer but failed to beat a runner home in modest company. Prefer to see. HANDSOME FRANK (D A Hayes) 3g By Churchill Downs - Scagliola (2:0-0-0): SCRATCHED SATURDAY SORCERER (S P Gower) 3g: First start. By Any Given Saturday - Jeune Magic. Dam won three races in country Victoria but she is yet to have any impact at stud. This fellow hasn’t been seen in public and market is the only guide. TORIO BOY (P Stokes) 3g By Oratorio - Nic’s Sister (1:0-0-1): At only start ran 6-3/4 len, 1/2 len 3rd (56.0) Splash Of Moet, Little Critter 1000m M’ville 2yo Hcp slow trk June 30. Made good late ground on debut for distant placing behind a smart one in Saturday grade. Find this easier and rates highly from his good gate. AUGE (Michael Hickmott) 3f By Librettist Scottish Tiara (1:0-0-0): Debuted with 5-3/4 len 5th (55.5) Miss Intensus 1000m Morphettville Parks 2yo Mdn dead trk July 19. In the market on debut after trialling well and ran on OK. Blinkers go on here and she must be included in the chances. DANCES WITH SPURS (Jon O’Connor) 3f: First start. By Good Journey - Midori Gift. Dam has produced two winners from three foals to race. Finished last Family Portrait 900m Murray Bridge barrier trial dead trk Mar 5. Gets blinkers on for her debut and drawn a nice alley but would need a lead from the ring.

AURABELLE (W A Bogarts) 5m By Bel Esp - Unrocel Gem (2:0-1-0): Debuted with 1-3 len 2nd (55.0) Zen 1200m Gawler Mdn heav trk Aug 17 then raced greenly before finishin 17-1/4 len last (55.0) The Visionary 1200 Strathalbyn Mdn Sept 7. Scored len win Bett Ark Up, Boyz Rock 1000m M’ville barrier tri (Mdn) dead trk July 16. Has trialled OK leadin into this. Can show up. DOTING (C J Graves) 5m By Howbaddouwan - Good Thing (16:0-0-0): Finished 10-1/4 le 10th (54.5) Filiar Invictus 1406m Murray Bridg 2yo+ Mdn May 23 then ran on OK when len 6th (57.5) Under De Boardwalk 1250 Morphettville Parks F&M Mdn dead trk June She’s been freshened. Place. GET UP STAND UP (Jake Stephens) 4m B California Dane - Annuity (3:0-2-1): Was spelle after 1/2 nk 2nd (56.0) Riviera Queen 1050 Balaklava C1 dead trk Mar 21 then lost a pla when finishing 5 len, 2-3/4 len 3rd (55. Natural Disaster, Finley Pig 1050m Balaklav Mdn slow trk July 18. Well-supported whe resuming but beaten a long way. Gets a tongu tie on here and she’ll be fitter. Must go in. GONE WITHOUT (D G Balfour) 4g By Gons - Without Warning (5:0-0-1): Ran 7-1/2 le 8th (55.0) Assertive Eagle 1200m Balaklav 3yo Mdn Plate Nov 23 then was spelled aft 14-1/2 len 11th (56.5) Jimmy The Butch 1211 Gawler 3yo Mdn Dec 7. Finished last Fides 1000m M’ville barrier trial (Mdn) dead trk Ju 16. His form tapered off last campaign but h had shown ability before that. Don’t dismiss. KISSENFIRE (Will Clarken) 4m By Hidde Dragon - Kiss Me All Over (5:0-0-0): Wa vetted after 6-3/4 len 6th (55.0) Meadows C 1000m Murray Bridge Mdn Feb 15 then aga vetted after 9-3/4 len last (55.0) El Prado Go 1050m Balaklava Mdn Feb 26. Resuming he with blinkers on for the first time. Watch. MY BIG GIRL (K M Sweeney) 6m By Iglesia Daltint (1:0-0-0): Lost a plate on debut whe 11-3/4 len 8th (56.0) Natural Disaster 1050 Balaklava Mdn slow trk July 18. Fitter now an will have gained from the experience but st needs to lift. Looking to others. ON THE FRINGE (Trevor Dansie) 4m By Secr Savings - Late Watch (1:0-0-0): At only sta ran 5-1/4 len 7th (55.5) Al’s Away 1000 Murray Bridge Mdn slow trk July 4. Beat s rivals home on debut and was right on the hee of two subsequent winners. Much better for th experience and could be the value runner her

DANCING POETESS (D R Jolly) 3f By Dylan Thomas - Shimmy (1:0-1-0): Was slowly away then blocked for a run when 1-1/4 len 2nd (55.5) Miss Intensus 1000m Morphettville Parks 2yo Mdn dead trk July 19. Nice effort on debut and sure to have gained great benefit from the experience. Hard to beat. KRISTABELLA (P W Jolly) 3f By Lion Heart Amarie (2:0-0-0): Spelled after 7-1/2 len last (54.0) Tormented 1000m Morphettville Parks 2yo Hcp Mar 10. Scored lg nk win Purrfect Puss, Three Little Pigs 1000m M’ville barrier trial dead trk July 16. Did little in her first campaign but she trialled in relatively quick time recently and may show up while fresh. LIGHT SUPREME (S P Gower) 3f By Falak - Supremely (1:0-0-0): Pulled up lame after finishing 19-1/2 len last (55.5) Excell Shoes 1100m Gawler 2yo Mdn dead trk July 11. She was in the market on debut but pulled up sore. Awkward draw here and faces a task. MEADOWS MIST (J W Cornell) 3f By Face Value - Dancing Lass (6:0-0-0): Jumped awkwardly when 7-1/4 len 6th (55.5) Miss Intensus 1000m Morphettville Parks 2yo Mdn dead trk July 19. Fitter for two runs back and they’ve put the blinkers back on. Rough place chance. SWINGING SOLDIER (John Hyam) 3f By Soldier’s Tale - Court Swinging (1:0-0-0): Was vetted after debut run when 7-1/4 len 9th (54.0) Southern Strike 1000m Morphettville Parks 2yo (68) Mar 24. Showed pace on debut then was put away. Resumes here with the blinkers off.

Race five DEPUTY GEORGE (K M Sweeney) 4g: First start. By Mugharreb - Ferro Georgia. First foal of the dam to race and finished last Hot Lover 1000m M’ville barrier trial Sept 5. Late starter and little to go on. Market will be the best lead. DUCADOS (D R Jolly) 4g: First start. By Stratum - Sparkling Now. Dam was a handy performer who won nine races and was Listedplaced. This is her first foal but stable commands respect and market will be a good guide to his chances. FINNISS (Trevor Dansie) 4g By Dubleo Brookes (7:0-2-0): Raced greenly then was vetted after 6-1/4 len 5th (57.5) Gully King 1058m Balaklava Mdn slow trk June 21 then again vetted after 4-3/4 len 6th (53.5) Al’s Away 1000m Murray Bridge Mdn slow trk July 4. Hasn’t been far away of late and this doesn’t look a deep race. Keep in mind.




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MORPHETTVILLE comment continued PRINCESS PEGGY (Tony McEvoy) 4m By Fusaichi Pegasus - Infinite Charm (2:0-0-0): Was slowly away and raced greenly when 2-1/4 len 4th (56.5) Flying Away 1000m Morphettville Parks 3yoF Mdn Aug 25 then was vetted after 8 len 9th (54.5) Nicodora 1250m Morphettville Parks F&M Mdn dead trk Sept 21. Finished 4th Exalted Moment 900m Murray Bridge barrier trial Jan 30. Tended to get back in her only two runs in her first campaign and may find these too nippy over this trip first-up. From top stable so any money in the ring would be a lead. ROUTINE MISS (J D Smith) 4m By Real Jester - Full On Clubs (5:0-0-0): Followed 5-1/2 len 10th (54.5) Riviera Queen 1400m Murray Bridge F&M Mdn Sept 14 with 26-3/4 len last (53.0) Drafted 1600m Balaklava Mdn dead trk Sept 28. Finished 5th Fidesdi 1000m M’ville barrier trial (Mdn) dead trk July 16. Resuming here but has done little in five runs to date. Looking elsewhere. STAR CONTESSA (D G Balfour) 4m By Dash For Cash - Star Maid (6:0-0-1): After 13-1/2 len 5th (55.5) Misty Eyes 1215m Balaklava 3yo Mdn slow trk June 21 ran 13-1/2 len 8th (55.5) Social Assassin 1250m Morphettville Parks Mdn dead trk July 19. Back in distance here but she’s been a long way off them at her past two runs. Others look better.

Race six EL PRADO GOLD (D G Balfour) 4g By Artie Schiller - Angel’s Jewel (11:2-1-3): Followed len, 1-3/4 len 3rd (56.0) Avoid Lightning, Our Snippy 1000m Morphettville Parks 3yo (75) slow trk May 26 with 5-1/4 len 6th (54.5) Our Snippy 1050m M’ville 3yo Hcp dead trk June 16. Fresh for this and drawn to get a soft run. Hard to beat. SHOT IN JEST (K M Sweeney) 8g By Regal Shot - Romantic Jest (32:7-4-1): After 2 len 2nd (55.5) Last Charge 1050m M’ville (75) slow trk June 30 was tightened for room when 1-1/2 len 4th (56.5) Belsynd 1050m M’ville (75) slow trk July 21. Looks suited back in this grade and rates highly. DROSTE (Paul Beshara) 5g By Westbridge Hotel Du Marc (12:2-2-1): Hung in when lg nk 2nd (56.0) Ethbaal 900m Murray Bridge (68) slow trk July 4 then was tightened for room before finishing 3-1/4 len 6th (54.0) Belsynd 1050m M’ville (75) slow trk July 21. Speedy type who had excuses last time. Nicely drawn and will be in it for a long way. EL MAGICO (Lloyd Kennewell) 4g By Niello - Swiss Vault (2:1-0-1): Jumped awkwardly before scoring 3-1/2 len win (56.5) Quick Single, Refract 1000m Balaklava 2yo Mdn May 18 (2011) then was vetted after 1-1/4 len, 1/2 len 3rd (56.0) Peronne Lady, Petman 1050m M’ville 3yo Hcp Sept 3. Finished nk 2nd Sweet Never 1000m M’ville barrier trial dead trk July 16. Lightly-raced galloper whose career has been plagued with injury but he’s very smart. Hasn’t seen a wet track yet but market will tell the tale here. ARTHURIAN LEGEND (J F Macmillan) 6g By Home On The Grange - Harmonic Crown (16:24-0): Ran 1-1/4 len 2nd (55.5) Perfect Crown 1400m Port Augusta (61) May 13 then was slowly away before finishing lg hd 2nd (55.0) Rub Doubt 1206m Murray Bridge (62) May 23. Resuming here but will need some luck from his wide alley. Place looks best. WINE LOVER (Jon O’Connor) 4g By Barely A Moment - Miss Balhannah (7:1-1-1): Finished len 2nd (57.5) Katunga 1058m Balaklava (68) heavy trk June 21 then ran 6-1/4 len 9th (55.0) Comearoundsundown 1200m M’ville 3yo Hcp slow trk July 7. Likely to get back from his awkward barrier here but will be getting home hard. Perhaps a place. STICKS MAGEE (R H Wilkinson) 6g By Musee D’Orsay - Out Of Sync (8:1-1-1): Following 3-1/4 len, len 3rd (56.5) Raki, Delta Rho Sam 1410m Balaklava C1 Aug 3 finished 2-1/4 len 6th (57.5) Aurumcert 1300m Morphettville Parks C1 Aug 25. Strikes a tough assignment for his first run back. Wait till later. THORNY DEVIL (P F Blanch) 4g By King Of Roses - Stretta (8:1-1-2): Returned from a break with sht 1/2 hd, nk 3rd (58.5) Energized, Darakan 1100m Gawler (62) dead trk June 13 then started favourite when 4-1/4 len 4th (58.5) Emmooki’s Dash 1211m Gawler C1 dead trk June 27. Handy type but up in grade here. Blinkers come off and he’ll be thereabouts. SWEET NEVER (Will Clarken) 4m By Alannan - Fingeal (3:1-0-1): Raced greenly before finishing sht 1/2 hd, 2 len 3rd (53.5) Alpha Man, Counter Sign 1050m M’ville 3yo (75) Dec 31 then was spelled after 2-3/4 len 9th (56.5) Raks McLaren 1109m Gawler 3yo (75) dead trk April 25. Scored nk win El Magico, Caton 1000m M’ville barrier trial dead trk July 16. Speedy mare who was backed for plenty at her only start last campaign but finished down the track. Clearly had issues on that occasion and she has since trialled in quick time and will wear a tongue tie here. Keep in mind. DE VILAINE (N S Moody) 5g By Marmottan - Taymah (7:1-1-0): Followed 5-1/4 len 9th (57.0) Penzevengi 1250m Morphettville Parks (68) dead trk June 6 with 6-1/4 len 8th (60.5) Monfils 1200m Port Augusta (59) June 28. Blinkers come off here but he needs it weaker.

TAJ MAHER (B E Woosnam) 6g By Al Maher - Crystal Draw (30:3-3-2): Finished 3-3/4 len 14th (54.0) Glacial Miss 1200m M’ville (81) Mar 31 then was vetted after 4-1/4 len 11th (55.0) Shot In Jest 1050m M’ville (68) April 19. Resuming but others preferred. ANGEL OF HOPE (K M Sweeney) 6m By Choisir - Amen Ruby (48:2-10-4): Finished 1-3/4 len, lg nk 3rd (54.0) Katunga, Saint Sha Rose 1100m Gawler (68) dead trk July 11 before running 2-1/2 len 4th (55.5) Eleftheria 1000m Morphettville Parks (62) dead trk July 19. Can find one better and place looks best in this. EVENAZ (Ms J Williams) 5m By Arazi - Jevene (14:1-1-3): After 1-1/4 len, 3/4 len 3rd (51.0) Obliquity, King Buddy 975m Swan Hill (62) dead trk June 10 ran 3 len, 3/4 len 3rd (54.5) Cosmic Demon, Amontillado 1000m Ballarat C1 heavy trk July 1. Consistent in weaker grade. Gets in with no weight here after the claim.

Race seven CALLMEDAN (Garret Lynch) 5g By Fantastic Light - Danesalsa (12:2-1-2): Followed 6-1/2 len 4th (54.0) Evenmoreaction 1950m Morphettville Parks (94) slow trk June 23 with 8-1/2 len 6th (55.0) Mr Lowndes 2048m M’ville (75) slow trk July 7. Right back in grade and distance here. Can figure with luck. SPARKLING VICTORY (M A Lockyer) 5g By Reset - Umakineara (24:1-1-2): Ran 8-1/2 len 9th (55.0) Stakhanovite 2400m Morphettville Parks (94) Feb 11 then was spelled after 16-1/2 len 8th (54.0) Irish Rhapsody 2038m M’ville (86) Feb 25. Been off the scene for five months and will be better for this outing. TOMMY TWO (J D Smith) 4g By Snippetson - Kaapriesto (10:1-1-0): Scored 2-3/4 len win (57.5) Kalo Taxithi, Urania Belle 1415m Balaklava 2yo+ Mdn slow trk June 21 then showed up early before running 12-1/4 len last (56.5) Misty Eyes 1400m Morphettville Parks 3yo (75) dead trk July 14. Flopped last time but worth another chance on his win two starts back. Keep safe. JUST A GIGGLE (G D Searle) 9g By Happy Giggle - Amenique (87:11-8-13): Followed 9-1/2 len 5th (55.0) Gold Vintage 1500m Port Augusta (77) July 8 with 13-1/4 len 8th (54.0) Final Command 1600m Balaklava (75) slow trk July 18. Dropping in grade here and the blinkers come off but he needs to lift on what he shown so far this campaign. Take on trust. SAVVY SMOKIN’ (K M Sweeney) 7g By Savoire Vivre - Still Smokin’(43:4-6-5): Returned from a break with 3-1/4 len 10th (57.5) Bermondsey 1250m Morphettville Parks (68) slow trk June 23 then finished 5-1/4 len 6th (52.0) Club Ha Ha 1400m Port Augusta (74) June 28. This grade suits and drawn to get a soft run. Worth consideration. BEEARCH (Ms C Paisley) 5m By Golden Lake - Atomic Miss (8:2-0-1): Followed 3-3/4 len win (54.5) Delcanos, Notonmatchday 1600m Murray Bridge C2 slow trk July 4 with 6-3/4 len 4th (54.0) Final Command 1600m Balaklava (75) slow trk July 18. Wasn’t disgraced in higher grade last time and will give them something to chase here. In the mix. COUSTELLET (P Stokes) 5m By Flying Spur Mistrale (22:2-3-1): Ran 3-1/2 len 5th (54.0) Manganese 1600m M’ville (75) slow trk June 30 before finishing nk, 1-1/4 len 3rd (56.5) Elsewhere, No Doubtfire 1550m Morphettville Parks (62) dead trk July 19. She’s generally thereabouts and they’ve put the blinkers back on here. Rates an each-way chance. PERFECT CROWN (K M Sweeney) 6m By Beautiful Crown - Tiffany Road (47:3-9-4): After len win (53.0) Arakazel, Mystic Fox 1500m Port Augusta (64) June 28 finished 5-1/4 len 4th (52.0) Gold Vintage 1500m Port Augusta (77) July 8. Needs a firm surface to show her best and may not get that here. Looking to others. DUBAI ME ROSES (Scott Trenowden) 5m By Cape Cross - Repeat Me Not (7:1-1-1): After hd 2nd (57.0) Belle Ez 1408m Mildura (62) July 2 was slowly away when 10-1/4 len 10th (56.0) Tureen 1500m Gawler F&M (68) dead trk July 11. Flopped when favourite last time but down in grade here and leading jockey goes on. Can improve without surprising. SIR READY (Jon O’Connor) 4g By Choisir Ready Made Family (9:1-0-1): Ran 9 len 10th (58.5) Jude Augustus 1600m Wodonga (58) dead trk May 28 before finishing 5-1/2 len 5th (56.0) Energized 1200m Balaklava E&G (62) slow trk July 18. Hasn’t won past 1300 metres and last bit here will test. Looking elsewhere. FRAACHARM (Ryan Balfour) 9g By Fraar Fager’s Charm (74:6-2-7): Pulled up lame after 8-3/4 len 8th (54.5) Umaluka 1600m Balaklava (68) April 11 then resumed racing with 5-1/4 len 4th (51.5) Energized 1200m Balaklava E&G (62) slow trk July 18. Veteran who pulled out a super run fresh over a shorter trip. Extra trip suits and senior rider goes on. Could be the value runner in this. BRUNO (Michael McClean) 7g By Hillman Brunette (59:3-8-5): Finished 14-1/4 len 9th (56.5) Mount Mee Up 1500m Gawler E&G (62) dead trk July 11 then worked home nicely for 4-3/4 len 5th (55.5) Elsewhere 1550m Morphettville Parks (62) dead trk July 19. Had some support at odds last time and may be coming back into form. Blowout chance.

NO DOUBTFIRE (B J Dunn) 4g By Not A Single Doubt - Rapidfire Lady (15:1-3-1): Following 2 len 4th (51.5) Mount Mee Up 1500m Gawler E&G (62) dead trk July 11 struck interference near the 100m when nk 2nd (53.5) Elsewhere 1550m Morphettville Parks (62) dead trk July 19. Should have finished closer last time and a repeat of that effort puts him in the finish. RED WARATAH (Roma Williams) 7g By Red Ransom - Centaine’s Gift (24:3-1-1): Followed 15-1/4 len 12th (56.0) Independent Air 1200m Murray Bridge (62) slow trk July 4 with 7-3/4 len 11th (55.0) Elsewhere 1550m Morphettville Parks (62) dead trk July 19. Hasn’t got warm in three runs back from a long layoff. Not likely.

Race eight TASTEOFENERGY (J R Croucher) 6g By Niello Sardana (32:6-2-3): Finished 1/2 len, 1-1/2 len 3rd (54.0) My Ex Mate, Musty Springs 1900m Oakbank (86) dead trk April 9 then was spelled after 5-1/2 len 7th (60.0) Just Push On 1709m Gawler (68) dead trk April 25. Best over more ground and he generally takes a run or two. SHANGHAI BOUND (Tony McEvoy) 4g By Immovable Option - Fling In Spring (7:1-2-0): Was spelled after 2 len 2nd (57.0) Gold Bundle 1000m Murray Bridge (68) Jan 26 then struck interference at the start when 6-1/2 len 7th (54.0) Avoid Lightning 1000m Morphettville Parks 3yo Hcp dead trk July 14. Had excuses first-up behind in-form galloper when found trouble early. Big drop in grade here and leading rider replaces claiming apprentice. Go well. ENERGIZED (G P Moody) 8g By Captain Rio Blusienka (53:4-5-4): Ran len 2nd (53.0) Filiar Invictus 1211m Gawler (62) dead trk June 27 before scoring nose win (53.5) Gully King, Independent Air 1200m Balaklava E&G (62) slow trk July 18. Veteran campaigner who has struck a purple patch of form. Must go in. GULLY KING (J F Macmillan) 4g By King Of Roses - Titchener (9:1-1-1): Struck interference at the start when 9-1/4 len 9th (54.5) Ethbaal 900m Murray Bridge (68) slow trk July 4 then again struck interference at the start before finishing nose 2nd (55.0) Energized 1200m Balaklava E&G (62) slow trk July 18. Looked unlucky last time and gets a weight turnaround on the winner here. Right in it. MOTZART (S G Padman) 4g By Face Value Baroness Rose (7:1-0-1): Following 8-1/4 len 7th (57.5) Shaabam 1350m Strathalbyn 3yo Mdn slow trk May 27 scored sht hd win (57.5) Khalah Rose, Ravenhurst 1200m Gawler Mdn dead trk July 11. Place looks best. SUPER SILKS (R J Stokes) 4g By Dubai Destination - Dream Lass (9:1-2-0): Finished 1/2 len 4th (56.0) Pelicano 1900m Oakbank 3yo Hcp dead trk Mar 17 before len 2nd (57.5) Rikbat 2100m Gawler (62) April 4. Handy type who generally wants further than tis. Blinkers go back on and he could easily run into a place. SIX CROWNIES (G D Searle) 6g By Beautiful Crown - Ku De Tah (15:3-0-2): Returned from a break with 12 len 13th (55.5) Bermondsey 1200m M’ville (75) dead trk June 16 then finished 16-3/4 len 13th (56.5) Independent Air 1200m Murray Bridge (62) slow trk July 4. Fitter for two runs back but struggling for form. EXALTED FILLY (J W Cornell) 4m By Barely A Moment - Exalted Madam (6:1-1-2): Scored 3/4 len win (55.5) Danzeround The Sun, Shehara 1211m Gawler 3yo Mdn slow trk June 27 then jumped awkwardly when 4-1/4 len 4th (54.5) Misty Eyes 1400m Morphettville Parks 3yo (75) dead trk July 14. Can figure. RESCUED (K M Sweeney) 5g By Savoire Vivre - Priya (27:1-5-3): Finished 6-1/2 len 7th (52.5) Drafted 1610m Balaklava (75) May 9 then was spelled after 1-3/4 len 6th (58.5) Limbo Queen 1606m Murray Bridge (62) May 23. Yet to place in three previous first-up runs and others look to have his measure here. TAYLA LEE (S P Gower) 4m By Grey Swallow - Tyler Jay (5:1-0-0): Finished 4-1/4 len 7th (55.0) Windermere Road 1200m Balaklava C2 April 11 then resumed racing with 5-1/4 len 5th (52.0) Extra Virgin 1200m Balaklava F&M (68) slow trk July 18. She ran well first-up and she is a second-up winner in the past. Senior rider goes on here and she could be the value runner. AVAIL (Sam Kavanagh) 5m By Exceed And Excel - Avabelle (10:1-2-0): After 6-1/4 len last (54.5) Little House 1250m Morphettville Parks F&M (75) Feb 11 ran 11-1/4 len 5th (56.0) Lady Lightfoot 1211m Gawler C1 Mar 7. Finished 6th The Eighth Maker 1000m M’ville barrier trial dead trk July 16. Handy when right but she’s missed a place at both previous first-up runs. QUICK THOUGHTS (K M Sweeney) 5g By Barely A Moment - Recollection (19:1-4-2): Was spelled after 1/2 len 4th (56.5) Where’s My Wagon 1400m Morphettville Parks (62) Jan 4 then was slowly away when 11-1/4 len 10th (56.5) Independent Air 1200m Murray Bridge (62) slow trk July 4. He can improve sharply with a run under his belt. Each way. GAILAMOUR (P A Sweeney) 5m By Danbird My Lady Gaila (21:1-3-2): Finished 3 len 2nd (54.0) Emmooki’s Dash 1211m Gawler C1 dead trk June 27 then covered extra ground when 4-1/2 len 7th (54.0) Kinselmac Manner 1400m Balaklava C1 slow trk July 18. She doesn’t win out of turn and will need some luck from the alley in this. Looking to others.



Daily Double: 6, 7 Extra Double: 2, 3 Treble: 5, 6, 7 Quadrella: 4, 5, 6, 7 First Four: All Races Fixed Odds: All Races



Coopers Dr Tims Plate

Rail: Is out 6m from the 1200m to the 400m then out 4m for the remainder. Track: Slow (6). Weather: Overcast.


4.26 Neil Dansie OAM 84th Birthday 1228m


(Apprentices can claim) 4yo & up Rating 59 $10,000

(Apprentices can claim) 4yo & up Mares Maiden SW $10,000

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Barjas (10) P Gatt 57.5 8.00 Bon Cherie (9) E Boyd (a4) 57.5 17.00 Chester Downs (1) J Holder 57.5 13.00 Danzeround The Sun (7) B Claridge 57.5 5.50 Fidesdi (5) D Tourneur 57.5 2.80 05234 Going Concern (4) S Westover (a1.5) 57.5 4.60 7s67s Hengelo h (6) J Potter 57.5 16.00 02622 Khalah Rose (8) Ms J Kah (a3) 57.5 5.50 340s4 Klondike Lil (2) 57.5 7.00 3647s Misty Palace (3) Ms T O’Donnell (a) 57.5 16.00 FIDESDI, Danzeround The Sun, Klondike Lil, Khalah Rose

1.20 Gawler South Bakery Plate 1228m (Apprentices can claim) 4yo & up Mares Maiden SW $10,000

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7s779 Black Abbey h (5) 57.5 07s Charlotte’s Joy (9) J Frew (a) 57.5 5365s Currahee (1) A Patterson 57.5 Eloise That’s Me (4) M Neilson 57.5 649s7 Free Entry h (6) Ms M Tyndall (a3) 57.5 s697s Going Strong (3) Ms D Stra (a4) 57.5 8s7 Independent Girl (10) Ms R Williams (a2) 57.5 8 s968s Kissenfire (7) J Maund 57.5 9 48365 Meadows Storm (2) Ms C Lindop 57.5 10 69640 Sheshootsshescores (8) T Pannell 57.5 CURRAHEE, Meadows Storm, Eloise That’s Me, Sheshootsshescores



Kingsford Hotel Plate

21.00 15.00 2.50 3.00 13.00 8.00 11.00 17.00 5.50 13.00


(Apprentices can claim) 4yo & up C,H&G’s Maiden SW $10,000

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736s4 Agent Ness (9) S Westover (a1.5) 58 23s Albatross (7) M Neilson 58 5332s Better Ark Up (4) D Tourneur 58 s2345 Boltin’ Henry (5) Ms A Herrmann 58 90s Fidelio (11) 58 3432s Flash Mick (1) Ms C Lindop 58 55s4 Froese (8) Ms J Kah (a3) 58 23s52 Full Bore (2) J Toeroek (a3) 58 5s500 Izides (13) Ms L Hopwood 58 98s0 No Hitter (10) J Holder 58 2440s Podium Finish (6) J Bowditch 58 356s7 Set To Excite (12) P Gatt 58 52s6 Snazzy Ray (3) J Potter 58 ALBATROSS, Flash Mick, Better Ark Up, Full Bore


Wolf Blass Rascal Club

13.00 3.50 6.00 5.50 16.00 7.00 7.00 5.50 21.00 26.00 26.00 16.00 13.00


(Apprentices can claim) 3yo & up Maiden SW $10,000

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Copper Boy (8) Ms K Bishop (a2) 58 51.00 He’s No Mug (10) Ms T O’Donnell (a3) 58 51.00 King’s Gift (11) J Bowditch 58 3.50 Mughareega (1) M Neilson 58 11.00 Slash (7) Ms A Herrmann 58 6.00 Where’s That (5) S Westover (a1.5) 58 8.00 Windsor Gardens (9) J Potter 58 3.00 Wotzitworth (3) A Patterson 58 9.00 Lady Sonro (2) J Maund 56 17.00 Lake Daian (4) T Pannell 56 13.00 Urania Belle (13) J Holder 56 8.00 Why Not You (12) J Frew (a) 56 15.00 EMERGENCY 13 97657 One Up One Down (6) Ms J Kah (a3) 58 17.00 KING’S GIFT, Windsor Gardens, Mughareega, Wotzitworth


7s797 90 72 8s748 75s44 7s405 22s42 58s04 26s60 886 69394 0s083

3.06 Fred Vella Tyres & Crash Repair 1528m (Apprentices can claim) 4yo & up Class 1 $10,000

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4s612 Just Ranger tw (1) Ms J Frew (a4) 59 6.50 92718 Tommy Two w (9) J Bowditch 57.5 9.00 52195 Mystic Morn c (2) T Baker 57 5.50 8s088 Fantastic Reign (11) D Tourneur 56.5 17.00 7s186 Zoom (4) 56.5 4.60 81297 Full Of Cache c (5) P Gatt 56 2.80 018 Heart To Heart t (7) Ms K Bishop (a2) 55.5 6.50 45232 Arakazel tw (3) J Toeroek (a3) 54 15.00 0s579 Esthermac (8) Ms J Kah (a3) 54 11.00 9s846 Amici Miei (6) 54 17.00 09s90 Ferrari Red (10) Ms L Hopwood 54 51.00 MYSTIC MORN, Just Ranger, Tommy Two, Full Of Cache


Wolf Blass Handicap


(Apprentices can claim) 4yo & up Mares Class 2 $10,000

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s3202 s5274 46014 32321 88s01 13s9s 517s5 2410s 36607 48234 88033 s8240

Gonski Girl b (15) Ms J Kah (a3) 59 Avalon b (12) M Schrapel (a4) 58 Amour Cache w (8) J Toeroek (a3) 57 Uschrike (4) J Bowditch 57 Eleftheria (5) P Gatt 56.5 Sweet Never b (10) J Maund 56.5 Tayla Lee (11) T Baker 56.5 Belleap (2) J Potter 56 Suki dw (7) J Holder 55.5 Angel Of Hope w (1) M Neilson 55 Evenaz (9) Ms R Williams (a2) 54 See Sparky (14) Ms L Hopwood 54 EMERGENCIES 13 800s0 Kooda Diva (13) Ms T Zanker 54 14 64550 Bar Room Belle dh (6) Ms M Tyndall (a3) 54 15 00s Lady Kahuna (3) Ms K Bishop (a2) 54 ELEFTHERIA, Uschrike, Gonski Girl, Amour Cache

4.60 8.00 6.50 6.00 5.00 6.50 17.00 9.00 15.00 9.00 17.00 21.00 31.00 31.00 51.00

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Bay Flash w (11) A Patterson 58 7.00 Serious Danger dw (7) J Frew (a) 58 6.00 Drifting Spirit wh (3) Ms M Tyndall (a3) 57.5 17.00 Ramsgate c (17) M Neilson 57.5 11.00 Sir Trentin dh (13) T Pannell 57.5 13.00 The Bay Rod t (9) J Maund 57.5 3.00 Tiger Troubles (10) Ms R Williams (a2) 57.5 5.00 Yaseynitall w (4) Ms T O’Donnell (a3) 57 13.00 Vonrob w (14) 56.5 13.00 Hotdeal tdw (5) J Holder 56 17.00 Sandquill cdw (15) J Potter 55.5 15.00 Devasent d (8) Ms J Kah (a3) 55 17.00 Gailamour (2) 54.5 13.00 Alanza w (1) B Claridge 54 26.00 EMERGENCIES 15 873s0 Sachse d (16) Ms A Herrmann 54 31.00 16 7460s Raja Belle (12) Ms T Zanker 54 51.00 17 6s008 Our Destination d (6) Ms K Bishop (a2) 54 31.00 THE BAY ROD, Serious Danger, Sir Trentin, Tiger Troubles BAY FLASH (E Bromfield-Cranbourne) 5g Keeninsky (NZ)-Proud Run (9:1-0-2 $10,125): (Slowly away.) Cd 54kg(9) 5-1/4 len 8th Kosciuszko’s Side(54.5kg) 1200m 1:13.58 M’ville Hcp (75) slow trk July 7. (Struck interference near 200m.) Cd 57.5kg(7) 4-1/4 len 6th Gauss(54.5kg) 1400m 1:29.09 Murray Bridge Hcp (62) dead trk July 25. SERIOUS DANGER (K & H Frew-Murray Bridge) 6g Noverre (USA)-Tivoli Queen (24:3-2-2 $29,100): Cd 56.5kg(6) 4-1/2 len 7th Swiper(55.5kg) 1300m 1:18.33 Bordertown Hcp (65) Oct 23. Cd 56kg(8) 4-1/2 len 8th Eleftheria(55kg) 1000m 1:00.47 Morphettville Parks Hcp (62) dead trk July 19. DRIFTING SPIRIT (Darren Egan-Gawler) 7g Bel Esprit-Get Around (24:23-4 $43,925): Cd 54.5kg(6) 6 len 9th Eleftheria(55kg) 1000m 1:00.47 Morphettville Parks Hcp (62) dead trk July 19. Cd 58kg(7) 4-1/4 len 4th Kisachi(56kg) 1100m 1:04.27 Port Augusta Hcp (59) July 26. RAMSGATE (Ms J Giles-Murray Bridge) 6g Carnegie (IRE)-Alluding (19:1-0-4 $11,810): Cd 54.5kg(9) 6-1/2 len 12th Rub Doubt(55kg) 1206m 1:13.61 Murray Bridge Hcp (62) May 23. Cd 56kg(14) 5-1/2 len 7th Maxamug(57.5kg) 1200m 1:13.36 Murray Bridge Hcp (C2) dead trk June 11. SIR TRENTIN (G D Searle-Gawler) 6g Desert Sun (GB)-Her Note (21:2-3-5 $24,550): Cd 58.5kg(7) 6-3/4 len 7th Tristacat(58.5kg) 1606m 1:38.81 Murray Bridge Hcp (62) Mar 28. (Slowly away.) Cd 56.5kg(10) 3 len 5th Mean Jean(55.5kg) 1100m 1:04.43 Port Augusta Hcp (61) July 8. THE BAY ROD (Will Clarken-Morphettville) 4m Nadeem-Roddick (8:1-0-2 $14,600): (Checked near 400m.) Cd 55kg(2) 7-1/2 len Last Katunga(54kg) 1100m 1:06.49 Gawler Hcp (68) dead trk July 11. Cd 55.5kg(1) 2-1/4 len nose 3rd Eleftheria(55kg), Stella Jeune 1000m 1:00.47 Morphettville Parks Hcp (62) dead trk July 19. TIGER TROUBLES (Ms J Williams-Bendigo) 4m Hold That Tiger (USA)Our Dappa (NZ) (6:1-1-0 $9,021): Cd 54.5kg(5) lg nk win Paris Hillman, Roodee 1100m 1:06.57 Wodonga 3yo+ Mdn dead trk June 19. Cd 55kg(3) 7-1/2 len 8th Koe(57.5kg) 1200m 1:10.68 Warracknabeal Hcp (62) dead trk July 8. YASEYNITALL (Kym Healy-Strathalbyn) 7m Yasey (JPN)-Alkatui (24:3-0-3 $44,564): (Slowly away.) Cd 56kg(13) 8-1/2 len 10th Skimalong(58kg) 1620m 1:39.45 Donald Hcp (62) dead trk Oct 10. Cd 56kg(6) 12-1/4 len 4th Letsgetrhythm(52kg) 2000m 2:09.19 St Arnaud Hcp (62) slow trk Oct 22. VONROB (Ms Jan Taylor-Morphettville) 6m Grandera (IRE)-Delphine (30:3-1-3 $86,215): Cd 57kg(8) 7 len 9th Ilsede(55.5kg) 1100m 1:10.06 Strathalbyn F&M Hcp (68) slow trk May 27. Cd 56kg(1) 12-1/2 len 13th Elsewhere(57.5kg) 1550m 1:36.85 Morphettville Parks Hcp (62) dead trk July 19. HOTDEAL (Ms S Nolan-Murray Bridge) 9g Bellotto (USA)-Linney Head (72:11-4-3 $93,975): Cd 54kg(5) 9 len 8th Owdatay(56kg) 1400m 1:26.85 Murray Bridge Hcp (71) dead trk June 11. Cd 58kg(8) 4-3/4 len 7th Monfils(58.5kg) 1200m 1:10.48 Port Augusta Hcp (59) June 28. SANDQUILL (T T Oxlade-Woodchester) 7m Blevic-Brondquill (47:4-6-7 $59,280): Cd 56.5kg(9) 4-3/4 len 4th Marina Del Rey(59kg) 1200m 1:11.07 Port Augusta F&M Hcp (64) July 8. (Slowly away.) Cd 54kg(14) 8-1/2 len 10th Extra Virgin(56.5kg) 1200m 1:13.32 Balaklava F&M Hcp (68) slow trk July 18. DEVASENT (Ms S Nolan-Murray Bridge) 8g Devaraja (NZ)-Lady Scenita (30:3-2-2 $25,850): Cd 55kg(5) 28-1/4 len Last Imperial Lines(56.5kg) 1350m 1:22.96 Strathalbyn 4yo+ Hcp (62) Nov 20. Cd 54.5kg(7) 8-1/4 len 10th Energized(53.5kg) 1200m 1:13.77 Balaklava E&G Hcp (62) slow trk July 18. GAILAMOUR (P A Sweeney-Jerilderie) 5m Danbird-My Lady Gaila (21:13-2 $18,271): Cd 54kg(9) 3 len 2nd Emmooki’s Dash(57.5kg) 1211m 1:14.55 Gawler Hcp (C1) dead trk June 27. (Ran wide during race.) Cd 54kg(7) 4-1/2 len 7th Kinselmac Manner(56.5kg) 1400m 1:27.14 Balaklava Hcp (C1) slow trk July 18. ALANZA (B C Mueller-Strathalbyn) 4m Hussonet (USA)-Excitant (16:1-0-2 $14,767): Cd 54kg(15) 17-3/4 len 14th Independent Air(56.5kg) 1200m 1:14.91 Murray Bridge Hcp (62) slow trk July 4. Cd 52kg(9) 7-1/2 len 7th Exalted Wonder(54.5kg) 1200m 1:13.96 Murray Bridge Hcp (C2) dead trk July 25. SACHSE (Peter Macdonald-Morphettville) 7g Happy Giggle-Lords Favour (45:3-4-4 $38,310): Cd 54kg(8) 1-1/4 len lg nk 3rd Where’s My Wagon(61kg), Fast Eddie 1385m 1:23.61 Kingscote Hcp (64) Feb 19. Cd 54kg(5) 14-3/4 len 13th Energized(53.5kg) 1200m 1:13.77 Balaklava E&G Hcp (62) slow trk July 18. RAJA BELLE (Ms K Duffie-Murray Bridge) 7m Devaraja (NZ)-Belle’s Reign (21:2-0-0 $7,087): Cd 56kg(1) 22-1/2 len 6th Owdatay(58.5kg) 1390m 1:24.57 Wentworth Hcp (C2) Nov 1. Cd 53kg(4) 17-1/4 len Last Image Master(56kg) 1200m 1:12.37 Murray Bridge Hcp (62) Nov 9. Last Wilander 900m Murray Bridge Barrier Trial heavy trk July 6. OUR DESTINATION (J Dunn-Oakbank) 6g Dubai Destination (USA)Millions (50:1-3-4 $17,300): (Ran wide during race.) Cd 54kg(12) 10-1/2 len 12th Energized(53.5kg) 1200m 1:13.77 Balaklava E&G Hcp (62) slow trk July 18. Cd 54kg(11) 8 len 8th Exalted Wonder(54.5kg) 1200m 1:13.96 Murray Bridge Hcp (C2) dead trk July 25.

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> Rugby Union AFTER beginning the season in impressive style, the Barossa Rams turbulent midseason stretch continued at the weekend as they dropped their second game of the season.


The Rams went down at home to third ranked Adelaide University. The 13-32 loss will be a wakeup call for an outfit that is struggling with key players absent due to injury but they need to regroup quickly if they want to retain second place on the ladder. Proudly brought to you by: BAROSSA



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Four fishing steps

IT WAS a tough start for South Australia at the Australian country hockey championships with a 2-4 loss to the defending champions New South Wales on the opening day. That was nothing compared to the 2-9 loss against Western Australia which left goal keeper Marty Gallasch scratching his head unable to recall ever letting nine goals through in a game. On Monday the Croweaters recovered with a 2-0 win against Victoria which keeps their hopes of finishing near the top alive if they can win their remaining games.

> Football ON SATURDAY, Angaston’s reserves pulled off a three point come-from-behind win at Kapunda. But the most memorable event was hearing Matt ‘Choco’ Kurtz repeatedly asking anyone who’d listen, “did you see my goal?”. His poor teammates couldn’t escape hearing over and over again how good it was. To be fair to Choc, his goal that put the Panthers up by six points early in the last term came from a great contested mark and

Where have you played your netball? Angaston Netball Club. Recently started playing for Harlequin Netball Club in Adelaide 2012. Relationship and employment status: Single. Casual employment at Saltram Wine Estates. DEBUT: Star teenager Maddie Bush made her senior one debut for Gawler Central on Saturday. difficult shot on goal from the wrong pocket for a left footer. By the end of the night it was the greatest goal ever kicked.

> Football SPORT often gives examples of courage. One of the best in 2012 is from hard-asnails Kapunda defender Cam McKinnon who, has been playing with a broken bone in his ankle since the Bombers round eight clash with Freeling. With the Bombers flying again after a few quiet seasons, McKinnon (who competes with Brad Valentine for the title of nuttiest guy in the Bombers’ backline) refuses to let the injury keep him out of the team with finals closing in. WH1838456


Kim Seelander plays netball for Angaston.

Your Guide to the Tides Gawler Fishing and Outdoors HOOKED: Sani with a 54cm bream.

By LUBIN PFEIFFER KNOW Your Fish; for better catch rates understand the fish you are fishing for. What are the fishes’ feeding habits, where they are most likely to be, or what time of the year it is best to target them? The fishing around the Barossa is the same as right across Australia in that it will be seasonal. Summer maybe a good time to target callop in the Murray but winter might be better spent targeting salmon in the sea. Choose Your Location carefully; although sometimes you can strike it lucky there is no point fishing where the fish are not. Keep an ear on fishing reports, ask at the local tackle shops and put your information together to decipher exactly what the best plan of attack is. Is it worth heading to a spot closer that has only produced a few captures or is it better fishing sense to travel a little further to a hot spot? I know that time spent catching nothing is probably best put toward driving time for a slightly

further but more fruitful location. Match the hatch; sometimes it is better not trying to reinvent the wheel. Use the proven methods for your chosen fish first before straying away to something that is a maybe. I know that there isn’t enough time to get away fishing for most of us, so do a little research and be sure that what you’re fishing with is the go to method for that species for that time of year. Select appropriate size tackle for your quarry as not all fishing methods / gear will be suitable for “every type” of fish. Although it is a question often asked there is never really a rod/reel/lure combo that will be suitable for every catchable fish. Have fun and confidence; most importantly have confidence in your fishing. By following a few simple rules and having confidence you’re well on your way to having a blinder of an outing. Fishing is always meant to be fun and it should stay that way. Tight lines until next week.

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Who are your sporting idols? Roger Federer, amazing athlete. Any superstitions? Always wear fluoro undies on game day. What event has inspired or amazed you? Australia Day being at the cricket. If you were Prime Minister what issue would you address? Remove carbon tax and more public holidays. Major influence in your netball? Family and friends. Pet hates on the netball court? Answering back to umpires’ decisions. Favourite actor and movie? Channing Tatum - Magic Mike. It’s a ‘must see’ ladies.

Greatest moment and disappointment? Greatest moment holding my niece for the first time. Disappointment- losing in the 2011 netball finals. How would you spend a million dollars? Cruise around the world with close friends. What other sport would you love to be the best in the world at and why? Athletics, because I loved participating in athletics growing up. If you could have any four people stranded on a deserted island with you who would they be and why? Ango good time girls.

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Metropolitan Male Choir is giving a performance in the Adelaide Town Hall on Sunday the 23rd of September at 2pm. Seating will be downstairs and cost for ticket and coach fare is $50.00 Please let your friends know. Tickets available till the 13th August so book in early to avoid disappointment



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Who is the best player you have played with and against? With Katie Gloede (Buddy), against Stacey Burgess - Kapunda.


Tide Times for Port Adelaide (Outer Harbour) and Wallaroo for the week to come

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Who is a character at the club and why? There are so many characters at Ango but I would have to say Roanne H, (has been mistaken for being my mother a few times).


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What is your most important attribute? I’ve been told I can’t stop smiling on and off the netball court.

If someone had to play you in a movie who would it be? Cameron Diaz.

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Thursday 13th September Anlaby Station house, garden and lunch Sunday 14th October Monarto Zoo 1 ½ Hour tour Lunch supplied and the afternoon free to see the Chimpanzees and the Meerkats Saturday 20th October a 2pm performance of Snowdrop and the Pixies written and presented by the Williamstown Armature Players we will be having a pre performance lunch at the Williamstown Hotel

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Top ten A FIRST term blitz by Angaston wasn’t enough to prevent Kapunda from storming to a 52-point win and extending their winning streak to an impressive 10 games. Despite Kapunda, at home, being the overwhelming favourite, Angaston started the game with the intensity of a contender slamming home five goals before the Bombers could react. Brad Sugars kicked the opening three goals in an awesome display of marking under intense pressure from Kapunda full back Brad Valentine. A pair of late goals from Andrew Turrell and Joe Brown allowed the home side to wrest back the momentum and they went into the first break trailing by just 14 points. In the second quarter Kapunda started to squeeze the life out of the Panthers just by playing smart football. Jason Mackenzie was a prime example. The Kapunda ruckman regularly positioned himself 30 metres away on the defensive side of the contest with the inevitable result being an easy mark when an Angaston player, kicking under pressure, threw the ball on his boot. The only thing keeping the Panthers in the game was the desperate defence of Brandon Kurtz and Lachie Baker and Kapunda’s errant kicking. By half-time they had kicked 7-11 and several shots had gone out on the full. Kapunda’s ball movement was superior to the Panthers and the dynamic play of Brown was giving the visitors nightmares as he darted

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around the forward line. The young Bomber could have had a big haul of goals but finished with 4-5. The Panthers’ game had turned around completely as they struggled to hit targets through the middle of the ground and were unable to kick a goal in either of the second and third quarters. Angaston did manage a more competitive final term despite still being smashed in the ruck but the polar opposites in their play must be a source of frustration for coach Craig Hadden. “In most games this year we’ve managed to play at least one really good quarter,” Hadden said. “On Saturday we showed what our best looks like but we couldn’t sustain it against a quality opponent.” Kapunda’s versatility is one of their strengths and it was displayed when Valentine moved forward in the second half to kick a pair of goals. While the Bombers were far from their best the reality is that they did what they needed to do in order to win and escaped with no injuries keeping them in good shape for next week’s clash with Barossa District which will be their third game against a fellow top four side in the last four weeks. Bomber coach Rodney Brown isn’t getting carried away with his club’s winning streak. “This is such a competitive league,” Brown said. “Saturday showed that if you’re not switched on you can get shown up. Angaston started beautifully and we were forced to fight back. “Our past form is just that, the past, we’ll be approaching our next game like every other, with a plan to work hard.”

FANTASTIC FOOTWORK: Kapunda young gun Joe Brown weaves his way between Angaston opponents Adam Chambers (32) and Daniel Rathjen during Saturday’s Bomber victory.


SPORTS BAR THIS WEEK MONDAY - FRIDAY HAPPY HOUR 5.30pm – 6.30pm $1 off pints, schooners & all Vine Inn House Wines



Beef, Chicken or Barramundi Schnitzels with your choice of 8 different toppings - Sports bar only

FRIDAY 3RD AUGUST Meat Trays & Beer Raffles from 5.30pm Raffle proceeds to Nuriootpa Rover Football Club PLUS


Every Friday for the 2012 AFL Season $5.70 Carlton Pints between 5pm-11pm Enjoy Responsibly


MONDAY 6TH AUGUST ENTRY Prizes for 1st, 2nd & 3rd POKER! FREE Registration from 6.30pm Games Start 7.30pm



COME & BEAT THE JUNGLE DRUM!!! WIN a TEDS Stubby Boombox with Ice Cooler! Simply purchase selected West End Beers in-house to go into the Draw! Prize Drawn: Saturday 25/8/12

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‘Songs & Pictures’ tour live at the Vine Inn Barossa Saturday 1st September 2012 Tickets $30pp + $3 booking fee (tickets are show only) DOORS OPEN 6pm - SHOW FROM 8pm

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