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French connection By JEMIMA COAD AFTER 539 days and 20,768 kilometres, Charles Flèche and Suigi Aurélie Kuoch of France have completed their journey from Cambrai, France to Cambrai in South Australia. The pair completed their marathon journey on August 3 at 1.20pm after heading off in February, 2011. “We wanted to travel around the world but we didn’t know how or where,” Charles said. “Then we found out about Cambrai in South Australia and decided travelling from Cambrai my home town to Cambrai in South Australia would be a fun thing to do.” Through fog, rain, snow, tyre punctures and cold wet nights Charles and Suigi rode their bikes through three continents and 13 countries. The best part of their trip was when they toured Asia. “It’s such a different culture and we really enjoyed our time there,” Charles said. “We spent one year in Asia. We travelled from Kazakhstan to China to Vietnam. The welcoming of people was absolutely amazing.” While many nights of the journey was spent in their tent Charles and Suigi were also able to spend a few nights in a warm home thanks to the hospitality of people they met during their journey. During their stay in the Barossa, Barry and Julie Hollitt of Nuriootpa housed the biking duo and took them on a day tour of the Barossa Valley. “We went to Seppeltfields (winery),” Barry said, “and they got to taste a 100-year-old wine.” The last day of their journey involved a 44.6 kilometre bike ride from Nuriootpa to Cambrai. As they crossed the finished line there were smiles from their supporters, tears and laughter from Charles and Suigi and a lot of yelling by the Cambrai school kids who had been waiting for the biking duo since 12.40pm waving their miniature French flags. After composing themselves Suigi and Charles rode their bicycles another 450 metres to the Cambrai Hotel were Charles was surprised to be greeted by two of his friends from France. Since arriving in Cambrai Charles and Suigi have enjoyed tours of the local area, a formal six course dinner and a visit to the Lions Club of Ridley Market Day. Now the cycling duo and their friends are heading off to Sydney via the Great Ocean Road but this time they are renting a van.

END OF A MARATHON: Charles Flèche and Suigi Aurélie Kuoch of France at the finish line of their year and a half journey.



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AT RIGHT we record the effort of Gawler cyclist Jack Bobridge to claim a silver medal at the London Olympics. Readers of the online Herald website would have read that news last week. On Friday, the Herald was able to inform their online readers of the effort of Bobridge and the Australian mens pursuit team in the qualifying round. On Saturday morning, recorded the silver medal win of the team and Bobridge’s reaction. This was another example of news not just happening each Wednesday. Inside our Herald website readers were also kept up to date with the latest police news with a weekend blitz catching seven drink-drivers in the Barossa. There are also plenty of new photos on our sporting gallery from the netball and football games played over the weekend. The Herald’s Facebook page ref=hl, also highlighted the Australians men’s pursuit cycling team at the 2012 London Olympics. So remember, news dosen’t just happen on a Wednesday as you will find with other regional newspapers.

GAWLER cyclist Jack Bobridge claimed a silver medal as part of the Australian mens pursuit cycling team at the 2012 Olympic Games in London. Australia’s team pursuit squad had no answer to the challenge laid down by a mighty Great Britain foursome that thundered home to win the Olympic title in a world record time. The Great Britain team of Ed Clancy, Geraint Thomas, Steve Burke and Peter Kennaugh were brilliant leading from start to finish, and clocked 3mins 51.659secs. The Australian team of Jack Bobridge, Glenn O’Shea, Rohan Dennis and Michael Hepburn posted a time of 3mins 54.581secs. ‘‘For the past four years we have had one goal in mind and that was to come here and stand on top of the podium and win,’’ Bobridge said after the final. ‘‘We have done everything right. We rode perfect as a team and left everything out there. But at the end of the day we are stoked to be able to walk away with a silver medal. You can’t be too disappointed when someone beats you who does a world record.’’ Bobridge said he could be enticed back for another tilt at the team pursuit gold medal in the 2016 Rio Olympics after the Australian quartet’s silver medal-winning ride. Asked if the team could regroup for the 2016 campaign, Bobridge said: ‘‘We would like to think that. A few of us will go away and do a good road block for a couple of years,’’ he said. ‘‘We are all very young. The oldest one is myself at 23, so another four years are still going to be young enough to ride a good teams pursuit. I wouldn’t rule any of us out of being at Rio.” Bobridge is the second Gawler athlete to win an Olympic silver medal. Lisa Martin took that colour at the 1988 Seoul Olympics in the women’s marathon.

CELEBRATING: Hand Made Catering turned five in style with owner Stuart Oldfield and Event Manager Nicole Ramsey holding up Hand Made Catering’s 2012 Restaurant and Catering Award.

In brief... IN THE current economic climate, there is a need to understand the skill needs and structure of local businesses, as well as the training opportunities that exist. Regional Development Australia has launched its business and workforce survey aimed at businesses in the Barossa, Adelaide

Hills, Fleurieu and Kangaroo Island regions. Barbara Lightburn from Regional Development Australia Barossa said of the survey: “This is a major piece of research funded by the Commonwealth and State governments. It will help bring about closer cooperation between our businesses and the education and training sector to raise the skill level of local industry, thus increasing its competiveness and likelihood of success.” To take the survey, go to the website:

Hand Made success BAROSSA’S ‘Hand Made Catering’ has been recognised by the 2012 Restaurant and Catering Award For Excellence for their fine food and has been awarded Best Small Caterer in South Australia. Restaurant and Catering SA’s chief executive officer Sally Neville said a record 280 entries had been received this year. All establishments that entered were judged anonymously by a team of highly-trained judges. Over a three-month period, the judges visited the establishments and rated each establishment on their quality of food, presentation, facilities and value for money. “The winners are to be congratulated for their professionalism and hard work, servicing locals as well as interstates and overseas visitors,” Ms Neville said. Established in 2007 by owner Stuart Oldfield, Hand Made Catering specialises in matching great food with great wine. “Every event we treat as a unique event,” Stuart said. When Hand Made Catering first opened five years ago they were doing 40-50 events a year. Now they are doing 400-450. The family-run business has gone from Stuart to a staff of 47.

Even Stuart’s five-year-old son Lachlan has had a part to play in the family business. When he was just sixweeks-old his hand was used to form the company logo. However, Stuart is not one to dictate his staff. Instead he gives them the tools and resources necessary and lets them get creative. “The business is not about me,” Stuart said, “All staff is equally important to the success of this business.” The 2012 Restaurant and Catering Award was presented on July 30 at the Adelaide Convention Centre. When the announcement came that Hand Made Catering had won Stuart was all composed when he went up to accept the award but his staff, sitting around the table with him, were nearly jumping out of their seats in excitement. Hand Made Catering will now compete in the National 2012 Restaurant and Catering Awards in Brisbane on October 29. If you would like to taste some of the treats that come out of the Hand Made Catering kitchen head down to St Hallett Wines or Kellermeister Wines during the NAB Barossa Gourmet Weekend where the team will have a stall set up at each location.

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IN MAY this year the Youth Advisory Council of The Barossa Council held a ‘the same boat’ event which was a huge success with over 130 people attending. The event was held to help raise awareness and lift the stigma surrounding teen mental health issues. Youth Project co-ordinator Kirsty Hage from The Barossa Council explained that by talking about teen mental health issues and recognising that it is a rising health concern it is hoped that people will not feel alone in their struggles and will more likely seek help from appropriate services. “It is important to raise awareness of issues and signs surrounding teen mental health in the hope to educate more people on what to do and how to react when faced with a loved one in this situation,” Kirsty said. On August 25 the Youth Advisory Council will be hosting another ‘the same boat’ event at Angaston Town Hall. The event is open to all ages but

there is an emphasis on promoting teen mental health issues to the community. The event will be run in conjunction with Rounded Records and there will be national and local hip hop artists performing on the night. “We are hoping to run similar events every three months until the end of the year,” Kirsty said. “The event (in May) made an impact on a number of people who were still struggling to deal with issues and events surrounding this issue. “It is hoped that through this event and others to come that teen mental health issues can be promoted in the community and make it easier for people to ‘notice the signs’ and also feel more comfortable about speaking up about these issues.” ‘The same boat’ starts at 7pm until 11pm and entry is $10 which will give you a free soft drink on the night and access to some of the greatest hip hop artists. The event is drug, smoke and alcohol free.

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since Griffin was born helped me to realise that I was not alone,” Monique said, “Motherhood is difficult and it’s okay to not be the perfect super mum. Facts that in the daze of sleepless nights, endless breast feeds and negotiating the new world of parenting two children I had forgotten about.” After she returned home from her stay at Torrens House she joined a wonderful mum’s group through CYH. In March this year Monique designed the ‘Sanity Savers’ group after speaking to nurses at the CYH to ensure parents in the Barossa had a safe supportive environment. “The group has always been about having a supportive, safe environment where we could share freely and truthfully about the good positive blissful TV moments as well as the raw bad moments without judgment,” Monique said. To read more about this story, visit

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TEAM SPIRIT: Some of the employees of Barossa Enterprises who will be particapating in this years City-Bay Fun Run. Back, from left, Kara Mcleod, Ben Chopping, Jonathon Mortimer, Tamara Harris, Mark Kernich, Sean Stephens, David Hann, Stephen McIntyre. Front, David Leske, Simon Paine and Karina Piro.

the SATAC campaign will provide would not only benefit the Barossa but every wine region in South Australia. “We support government investment which will sustain a strong wine, food and tourism industry and build a point of difference for the expanding Asian tourism sector,” Mr Smedley said. “Adelaide is the entry point to the state’s 18 wine regions and the nation’s most famous wine brands.” The Barossa Council also hopes to draw attention to the Barossa’s natural landscape and it’s cycling tracks. “We are thrilled that the Barossa will be the focus of South Australian Tourism Commission’s new tourism campaign around food and wine,” Mr McCarthy said. “It will be a great opportunity to again showcase our unique assets and attractions and encourage people to rediscover the best of what the Barossa has to offer.”

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Running to help raise money THE team at Barossa Enterprises (BE) are putting on their running shoes and participating in this years City-Bay Fun Run. The employees at BE are well known in the Barossa community for making designer wine boxes and display packages. On September 16 there will be 25 supported employees and staff putting down their tools and heading down to the Bay as part of their efforts to help raise money for BE. BE is a not-for-profit organisation that provides support to people with disability when it comes to employment, open employment, accommodation

and assisted living. The team is currently in training to get fit for the day. “The whole team is incredibly excited about the event” says marketing and communications manager Karina Piro. If you would like to show your support to the BE City-Bay Fun Run team you can make a donation at their office at 27 Samuel Road, Nuriootpa or by phoning them on (08) 8562 4855. Alternatively you can visit and click ‘donate now’ to make your donation.



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THE Barossa Valley can expect an increase of tourists as the South Australian Tourism Commission (SATAC) launches a new tourism campaign. David O’Loughlin, SATAC managing director, said the campaign was part of a strategy aimed at promoting South Australia as a food and wine destination. “People know the Barossa is a premium wine area, we want them to know of the culinary delights as well,” Mr O”Loughlin said. “In promoting South Australia it is like layering a cake. We do an intial push, then add another layer over time. The Barossa has not been a recent focus with the push of Kangaroo Island which has worked tremendously. Now is the time to add a layer to the Barossa experience.” The Barossa Council is thrilled that the Barossa will be the focus of SATAC’s new tourism campaign. Chief executive officer Martin McCarthy has been working with SATAC on the new Barossa Destination Action Plan. “The Barossa Destination Action Plan highlights 22 actions to make the Barossa more appealing to visitors and ensure it becomes Australia’s most recognized wine and food destination,” Mr McCarthy said. “We have council representation on Tourism Barossa Board who will be working together with Tourism Barossa and the South Australian Tourism Commission and providing assistance where possible.” While details of how the campaign will showcase the Barossa are not yet confirmed it is anticipated that the region will be shown as a leading tourist destination that has a diversity of attractions to offer. Chief Executive of the SA Wine Industry Association Brian Smedley said that the boost in tourism that

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Pony club progresses at a gallop THE Barossa Pony Club has been obtained a $9997 grant through the Department of Recreation and Sport’s Active Club Program. Club president Helen Giersch, who was re-elected at the club’s recent annual general meeting, said the grant would cover half the cost of installing a large, all weather surface arena, with the remainder of the funds being provided by the club. The proposed arena will be 80m x 80m and will provide riders and their horses with a well drained, even and consistent surface throughout the year. The ground can become very hard during the drier months and of course wet, slippery conditions through winter can be hazardous.

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The arena will be large enough to be extremely versatile and will be used for all disciplines. In particular, the ‘team on the flat’ dressage riders are looking forward to being able to practice on the new arena in future years. The arena will, however, also be a boon to the club’s show jumpers who can further develop their skills, while knowing that the new surface will aid in continued soundness of their horses and be a little ‘softer’ in the case of falls. The arena will accommodate two full sized dressage arenas for competition days and also be used for general instruction at regular rallies. The club currently holds an open training day in February, a dressage competition in March, a one day event in May and an open show jumping day in October, all of which will utilise the new arena. It is hoped work on the new arena will commence as soon as possible. Riders and their horses are preparing for the Lower North Zone Championships at Mt Pleasant, on August 18 and 19. The club has enjoyed significant growth in membership over the past 12 months and always welcomes new members. If you would like to know more please contact Helen Giersch on 8564 2813 or Carol Lehmann on 8560363.



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Winter warmer WINTER Creek Wine, based in Williamstown, last Friday won the trophy for its 2010 EV Riesling at the Australasian Boutique Wine Awards, held at the Four Seasons Hotel in Sydney. In the Riesling section there were 60 entries, with 27 bronze, five silvers and a gold medal awarded, but the trophy went to Winter Creek Wine. There was further success in the fortified wines section, with Winter Creek’s 2006 Vintage Shiraz earning a gold medal. Winter Creek Wine owner Pam Cross was elated with the success. “I’ve come close before, but this is the first trophy we have won,” she said. “To see so many boutique winemakers receive recognition is great, as a lot of small producers work hard, and on the night it was good to hear so many stories.” Originally Winter Creek began in 2001, and for five years exported red wines to America. In 2006 it concentrated more on the local market, but has also exported to China and Denmark. Last year the 2010 EV Riesling was awarded four-and-a-half stars and

WINNER: Pam Cross with her award-winning Riesling. nominated for the Riesling of the year by Winestate magazine. With a restricted supply of fruit from Eden Valley, in the past two vintages, Pam is looking forward to making Rieslings in the future, as she “loves it too much.” Winter Creek wines are available from the cellar door at Barossa Junction.

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When Victorian businessman Wayne Mitchell and McEvoy sat down to formulate a business plan for their Kildalton Park operation, they felt 3-5 years might be a realistic goal to be competitive for the South Australian city premiership. McEvoy said the partners were delighted to have taken off the city premiership this season. “It is something special,” McEvoy said. “I think there are a number of reasons why we have been successful so quickly. “Firstly, there is the complex itself. Kildalton Park is a wonderful training establishment giving variety and options to

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Climate comment FOR THE last few years climate change and its solutions have been the target of a well-oiled campaign against innovation, efficiency and clean energy investment. This campaign, waged by climate sceptics and their favoured think tanks and industry groups, has included vitriolic attacks directed at highly regarded members of the scientific community, vain attempts to debunk wellestablished climate change science and highly inaccurate and misleading claims made about possible solutions such as renewable energy. But according to the Climate Institute 2012 State of the Nation report released on Tuesday, the Australian community is seeing through the bluster of climate sceptics and vested interests as their support for and commitment to a clean energy future remains strong. The report finds that while Australians are exhausted by the politics around climate

policy and are somewhat confused on climate change science their vision of a lowcarbon future is crystal clear: they want renewable energy. Asked to rank their three most preferred and least preferred energy sources, solar, wind and hydro topped the ladder - coal and nuclear are the least preferred. Australians rightly see renewable energy as playing an important role in the reduction of carbon emissions, job creation, preparing Australia for the impacts of climate change, improving health and the local environment, and in building a sense of national pride. We know that tens of thousands of jobs have already been created in the renewable energy sector, with $10 billion of investment over the last decade, and that more are on offer as the costs drop and global investment in clean energy outstrips fossil fuel investment. Lane Crockett General Manager Australia Pacific Hydro

Hospital reply I write in response to the letter (Herald, July 18) by Mr Keith Jamieson of Angaston. Mr Jamieson is critical of my push for a new hospital to be constructed in the Barossa and questions the need for a new facility to service the region. Mr Jamieson states that “the closure of the Angaston Hospital would have a huge impact on the town with a big loss of jobs and people coming to the town.” I am not averse to being criticised, but I believe a new facility is a high priority for the region and The Barossa Council and many constituents share my views. My office regularly receives calls regarding the condition of the existing Tanunda and Angaston hospitals and lack of modern equipment and services available. My calls for a new facility are in no way a reflection of the staff - they do a fantastic job in facilities that are below par. I believe Mr Jamieson’s assertion that the closure of the Angaston Hospital would

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Tanunda Lutheran Home: Worship 10.30am . Peace Evangelical Lutheran Church: 10.30am Fortnightly Services, at Nuri Senior Citizen’s Centre. Pastor M Rosenzweig. Ph: 8563 1310.

ANGLICAN CHURCH Anglican Parish of Barossa: Angaston: 10am MP; Nuriootpa: 9.30am MP; Tanunda: 10am HC LB; Lyndoch: 8.30am HC SdK; Williamstown: 10am HC SdK. Kapunda Anglican Parish: Christ Church, Kapunda: LUTHERAN CHURCH PARISHES Angaston Parish: Angaston: 8.45am, 10.30am 9.15am HC; St Hilda’s, Eudunda (instead of Point HC; Penrice: 9.30am LR; Keyneton: 10am LR; Pass): 11am HC. Mt Pleasant: 1st Sunday 8.30am, all other Eden Valley: 11am HC; Springton: 9am HC. Bethany-Tabor Parish: Bethany: 8.30am T HC, Sundays 9am. Enquiries to Hazel Wilton, Warden on 8568 2042. 11am M HC; Tabor: 9.45am HC Band. Cambrai Parish: Cambrai: 11am HC; Sedan: 9am UNITING CHURCH HC; Stonefield: 9.30am R. Eudunda Parish: Eudunda: 10am LR; Neales Flat: Barossa Congregations: Nuriootpa: 11am HC Rev Tony Chapman;Tanunda: 9am HC Rev Tony 9am LR. Freeling Parish: St Marks, Freeling: 8.45am; Trinity, Chapman; Angaston: 11am Mrs Jean Harris. Gawler Parish: Gawler: 9.30am HC Littleford, Rosedale: 10.45am; Wheatfields: 1.45pm. Gawler: Zion, Pr G Havelberg, 8523 1929. 22B 5pm Littleford; Sandy Creek: 9.30am HC van Dyk; Cowan St, Gawler. 8.45am Trad W, 10.45am Williamstown: 10am Graetz. Kersbrook: 10am. Enquiries: 8389 3114. Family Worship. Gawler Immanuel: Cnr Second & Seventh Sts, Light Parish: Kapunda: 9.15am Mr Tim Prior; Gawler.Ph: 8522 6000.Sunday 8.45am, 10.45am. Eudunda: 9.30am Mr Gary Hawke. 1st Sunday of month 9.30am. Share-a-meal every Tarlee: 9.15am. 1st & 3rd Wed 11.45am. Greenock: Gnadenfrei: 9am HC + ‘Shoebox’ Chat; BAPTIST CHURCH Greenock: 9am LR, 9.45am JAM; Nain: 10.30am Barossa Community Church: 10am Barossa Junction Motel/Conference Centre, Barossa Valley Pr. Kapunda Parish: Bethel: 9am Pr; Kapunda: Way, Tan, Pastor Richard Ansoul. Ph: 8563 2158. Lyndoch Baptist Church: Kauffman Ave, Lyndoch: 10.30am LR; Allen’s Creek: 10.30am HC. Langmeil Parish: 8.45am Trad HC; 10.30am Cont 10am. All welcome. Enquiries to Pastor Tony Light Pass Immanuel Parish: Light Pass: 9am LR, Edwards on 8564 3001. 10am SS; Stockwell: 9am HC; Dutton: 10.30am. Light Pass Strait Gate: Light Pass: 10.30am HC; CATHOLIC CHURCH PARISHES Gruenberg: 10am R (visit to Jamestown); Truro: Northern Light Catholic Parish: Nuri: 1st & 3rd Sat 6.30pm, 2nd & 5th Sun 10.30am, 4th Sun 9am; 9am. Lyndoch Parish: Lyndoch: 10.30am Lay Worship; Kapunda: 4th Sat 6.30pm, 1st & 3rd Sun 10.30am, 2nd & 5th Sun 9am; Freeling: 1st Sun 9am, 4th Sun Rowland Flat: 9am (half yearly) Lay Worship. Nuriootpa: St Petri: 8.30am W, 10.30am HC; Holy 10.30am, 5th Sun 5pm; Tarlee: 3rd Sun 9am. Trinity: 8.30am Mod; Ebenezer: 10am Mod; Parish Office: Ph 8566 2064. SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST Neukirch: 10am LR. Robertstown Parish: Geranium Plain: 8.30am HC; Barossa: 1 Old Kapunda Rd, Nuri; Sat 9.30am Family Bible Study, 11am Family Worship. Robertstown: 10am LR; Point Pass: 10.30am Pr. ASSEMBLIES OF GOD St John’s Parish: St J: 9am; Sch: 10.30am HC. St Paul’s Parish: St P: 10.30am C; Gdb: 8.45am C Barossa New Life Centre: Sunday 10am at the roundabout, cnr Barossa Valley Way & Siegersdorf

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Road, Dorrien. 4pm at Mt Pleasant Anglican Church Hall, Melrose St. All welcome. Pastor Diane Pope, Pastor Trevor Auricht. Ph: 8562 3844. Kapunda: 10am Sunday, Light Community Church, Main St, Kapunda. Pastor Paul Smith. All welcome. Ph: 8566 2864. CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP Tanunda, McDonnell Street opp former Tanunda Primary School: Saturdays 2.30pm, Worship, Open Bible Study. CHRISTIAN FAMILY CENTRE Barossa: 10.30am Sundays. 16 Scholz Ave, Nuri. Pastor Alan Matson. Ph: 0404 846 274. Murray Flats: 5pm alternate Sundays. Pastor Alan Matson. Ph: 0404 846 274. Cambrai Uniting Church 5pm. SALT CHURCH 25 Northside Crt, Evanston Gdns: Sunday Service 10am & 5pm. Offices, b/shop open 9.30am-4pm. Ph: 8522 0000. THE CHRISTADELPHIANS Sunday school, Greenock Institute Hall, 9.30am. Memorial meetings 11am Sunday. Bible Studies 8pm Tuesday. All welcome. Phone 8524 4196. CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Main North Rd, Evanston Park. Worship Service Sunday 10.30am. All welcome. Pastor Douglas Carolisen. Ph: 8523 1706. INTERDENOMINATIONAL CHURCH Birdwood United Church. 10am Pr Brian Teakle. Ph: 8568 5540. All welcome. HEWETT COMMUNITY CHURCH OF CHRIST Kingfisher Dr, Hewett. 10am, Sunday inspiring worship service. Young generation and creche avail.Youth, women and men’s programs. Ph: 8522 4938. GAWLER FULL GOSPEL OUTREACH MINISTRIES Family Worship Svc. 10am Sun, stone pavilion, Sport & Community Cent, Nixon Tce, Gaw. Pastor Shirley Coe. Ph: 0401 065 748. KAPUNDA EVANGELICAL CHURCH Sundays 5pm, CWA Hall. Pastor Andrew Amos. Ph: 8566 2148. LYNDOCH FULL GOSPEL FELLOWSHIP MINISTRY Lyndoch Institute each Sunday, 11.30am-1.30pm Pastor Ken East . Ph: 8524 4787.

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impact upon visitors to the town is misguided - people will not stop visiting Angaston if it doesn’t have its own hospital, particularly when they will be able to access medical treatment in a new modern facility five minutes down the road. The decision to close the two existing hospitals and consolidate the health service for the region on one site was not my decision. Under Minister Armitage, the hospital boards came to an agreement that they would close their respective facilities and consolidate on a single site, at that time in Nuriootpa. The Barossa Council has offered the land next to the Barossa Aquatic and Fitness Centre, The Rex, free to the State Government for a new facility to be constructed. This generous offer of land at no charge is why plans for a new hospital to be constructed on that site have been investigated. Ivan Venning MP Member for Schubert Flu shots Following the letter to the editor ‘Flu Shots’ (Herald, July 25) I wish to make the following points. Influenza is a serious illness, causing around 20,000 hospitalisations and between 1500 and 2000 deaths in Australia every year. Vaccination is the best way to reduce your chances of getting the flu and also helps stop the spread of infection in the community. It is especially important that people who are particularly at risk from complications associated with influenza get vaccinated. This includes pregnant women, people over 65 years of age, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders and people with chronic medical conditions, such as heart disease, lung disease and diabetes. The influenza vaccine used in South Australia does not contain any live strains of the virus so cannot cause influenza in the recipient. Because influenza can cause serious illness and is also a common cause of hospitalisation in children,


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it is recommended that everyone over six months of age should receive annual vaccination. There are suitable brands of vaccine not associated with the side effects in children associated with the CSL brand two years ago. Annual vaccination is required because the circulating influenza strains change each year. While vaccination is still the best way to reduce your chances of getting the flu, washing your hands, wiping surfaces down and covering your mouth when you sneeze or cough will also help stop the spread of infections, like colds, flu and gastro. Professor Paddy Phillips Chief Medical Officer SA Health Out of touch In recent comments in the Herald, July 31, Labor member for Wakefield, Nick Champion said that no school would lose a dollar of funding as a result of Labor’s plans to change school funding. These are the same weasel words used by Julia Gillard and Peter Garrett. What Nick won’t guarantee is that indexation of school funding will continue at current levels of around six per cent a year. This is because Labor plans to reduce, or entirely abandon, indexation of school funding. This means school fees will rise every year to cover increasing costs. It means families will have an extra cost imposed on their household budget, on top of other cost of living pressure like Labor’s carbon tax. If this were to force smaller, regional non-government schools to close entirely it would have a devastating impact on our community. Nick Champion is out of touch with the families in Wakefield. It’s time he stopped scaremongering and started standing up for their concerns. Tom Zorich Liberal candidate for Wakefield




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Financial advice BAROSSA Financial Services is a new business but with familiar faces, as Liam O'Brien and Peter Aitchison have started BFS in Tanunda, after working with Neville J Smith in Angaston. The new business is also looking at expanding on the previous services supplied, with a mortgage broker coming on board soon to offer advice on home loans. Specialising in all financial advice, including retirement plans, superannuation, and personal insurance, Liam and Peter are keen to help anyone in the Barossa and Gawler area, or the surrounding district, with their financial needs. “We aim to have affordable advice for anyone who needs it, which will be tailored to your stage of life or circumstances,” Liam said. “And while we are located at 61 Murray Street, Tanunda, we can also come to you if required.” Call Liam or Peter today, on 8563 2874 to discuss any financial advice, or investment concerns.





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READY TO HELP: Liam O’Brien (left) and Peter Aitchison from Barossa Financial Services.

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Applicants Sought Are you well connected in your community, have strong leadership skills and a drive to improve natural resource management in your region?

The South Australian Government has made a commitment to give formal recognition to Aboriginal peoples as the First People of this state by asking the Parliament to amend the state’s constitution. Consultation is being undertaken by an Advisory Panel established by the State Government to advise on options for amending the constitution.

Across South Australia, eight regional NRM boards established under the Natural Resources Management Act 2004 have up to nine community members, including a Presiding Member, and they are responsible for taking an active role in natural resource management, preparing and implementing a natural resources management plan for their region and connecting regional communities to decision making in relation to the management of our natural resources.

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She was issued with an instant loss of licence and the vehicle was seized. •A man in his forties from Kapunda was reported n August 5 by Kapunda Police for aggravated due care, failure to stop, driving under the influence and prescribed concentration of alcohol with a reading of 0.091. He was issued with an instant loss of licence. •A 19-year-old man from Mount Pleasant was reported on August 5 by Williamstown Police for driving unregistered, uninsured, failing to stand and prescribed concentration of alcohol with a reading of 0.096. He was issued with an instant loss of licence. Theft •200 meters of copper piping was removed from a residential premise on Baird Street, Nuriootpa, between July 31 and August 1. •A hands free kit was stolen from a motor vehicle on Murray Street, Greenock, on August 3. Property Damage •A fence was covered in graffiti by unknown persons on Vine Street, Nuriootpa, between August 2 and 3.

Gawler police reports Arrests •A 34-year-old Port Parham man was arrested on August 2 by Mallala and Two Wells Police for assault. •A man from Evanston Gardens was arrested on August 3 by Gawler Police for a warrant. •A male youth was arrested on August 4 by Gawler Police for theft.

Gawler Police for prescribed concentration of alcohol with a reading of 0.159. His vehicle was seized and he was issued with a licence disqualification. •A 19-year-old Gawler West man was reported on August 6 by Gawler Police for driving while disqualified and breach of bail. His vehicle was impounded for 28 days.

Reports •A 67-year-old Victorian man was reported on August 1 by Barossa Highway Patrols for breaching the condition of his permit. •A 21-year-old Willaston man was reported on August 2 by Gawler Police for driving while disqualified. His motor vehicle was seized for 28 days. •A 46-year-old Gawler East man was reported by Barossa Highway Patrols for prescribed concentration of alcohol with a reading of 0.125. His vehicle was seized and he was issued with a 6 month licence disqualification. •A 20-year-old Gawler West woman was reported on August 4 by Gawler Police for prescribed concentration of alcohol with a reading of 0.086 and breach L’s. •A 41-year-old Roseworthy man was reported on August 4 by Gawler Police for prescribed concentration of alcohol with a reading of 0.094. His vehicle was impounded for 28 days and he was issued with a licence disqualification. •A 30-year-old Gawler West man was reported on August 5 by

Property Damage •Hot houses on Port Gawler Road, Two Wells, had their plastic roofing cut in numerous places, between August 1 and 2. Theft •A large amount of jewellery was stolen from a home on Bella Street, Gawler, between July 31 and August 1. Gawler Police are continuing their enquiries. •A laptop was stolen from a shop on Murray Street, Gawler, on July 26. Gawler Police are continuing their enquiries. Illegal use of a motor vehicle •Unknown persons stole a vehicle from a car park in Gawler on August 2 which was found burnt out on Gomersal Road. •A vehicle was stolen from a driveway on Redbanks Road, Mallala, between August 2 and 3 and was later found on Port Wakefield Road. Assault •A Gawler victim was thrown to the ground by three other males on Murray Street, Gawler on August 3. Gawler patrols are making enquires with suspects.

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Advisory Panel on Constitutional Recognition of Aboriginal Peoples: Professor Peter Buckskin PSM FACE Khatija Thomas, Commissioner for Aboriginal Engagement Shirley Peisley AM Aboriginal Elder The Hon John von Doussa AO QC The Hon Robyn Layton AO QC For further information contact: Email: Freephone: 1800 127 001

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Arrests •A man in his twenties from Angaston was arrested on July 30 by Nuriootpa Police for breach of bail. •A man in his sixties from Nuriootpa was arrested on August 5 by Nuriootpa Police for theft of a charity box from a licensed premise in Nuriootpa. He has been barred from those premises for three months. Reports •A male youth from Gawler South was reported on July 31 by Kapunda Police for theft and throwing a missile. •A man in his twenties from Stockport was reported on August 2 by Nuriootpa Police for driving while disqualified. •A man in his twenties was reported on August 3 by Freeling Police for possession of cannabis and equipment. •A man in his twenties was reported on August 3 by Freeling Police for possession of cannabis. •A woman in her seventies from Swan Reach was reported by Nuriootpa Police for driving under the influence and prescribed concentration of alcohol with a reading of 0.122.

The Panel is first seeking written comments from the South Australian community, and particularly from Aboriginal people.

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But it's not all bad news, according Senior Sergeant Martin Kennedy. Senior Sergeant Kennedy, who has worked at Nuriootpa police station for a decade, said he's witnessed a 'generational shift' over the past 10 years. “What we don't see much of anymore is teenagers or people in their early 20s who are drink driving - they're usually well into their 30s and above,” he said. “It's a generational shift. The message (about not drink driving) is being partly received and it's being received by younger people. “And it's not as though we catch tourists drink driving or visitors from Adelaide - they're locals. “It's locals who are taking the risk, taking the chance and losing their licence and car.” Senior Sergeant Kennedy said to catch seven people drink driving in one weekend was 'disappointing'. On a regular weekend, police would detect between three and four drivers, he said.

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FOR 10 years the metal artwork of Jackie O’Keeffe has been hidden from the world but 2012 has brought her work out of the backyard and into two exhibitions. This year in May Jackie displayed her work for the first time at the Clare Rotary exhibition after her daughter’s friend spotted her artwork at her home and told her that she had to showcase her art to the wider community. She won first prize at the outdoor exhibition for her metal artwork. “I have been doing it (metal

artwork) for so long as it is a creative outlet,” Jackie said “I wasn’t expecting to win.” Now Jackie is showing no signs of slowing down. Since her success in Clare friend Kate, who owns Bibu Barossa, talked her into showcasing her work at the café that she owns as part of SALA. The exhibition titled ‘La Lumiere’ will be featuring 12 pieces out of Jackie’s art collection. Her art pieces are hard to miss with some of the art on display measuring 1.2 metres in diameter.

“Everything has been happening so fast,” Jackie said. “I have been doing it (metal art) for myself and family. “Now I am opening a gallery on September 1 and organising my SALA exhibition.” Jackie’s gallery will be located in Saddleworth and she has settled on the name ‘Urban Element Gallery’. Her SALA exhibition will be opened at Bibu Barossa at 79 Murray Street, Tanunda from August 3-26 on Monday and Wednesday10.30am to 5pm and Thursday to Saturday 10.30am to noon.

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Inspirational South Australian men


THE work many Australians do to help benefit the community often goes unnoticed. To help shine a light on all the good work people do in the community and to encourage others to do the same author and publisher Ashley KnooteParke has written a new book in her Boardroom series, ‘BBQ to Boardroom’. ‘BBQ to Boardroom’ is the second book to be released in her boardroom series and centres around 66 inspirational high achieving South Australian men. The idea to write the series first came to Ashley when she moved to Adelaide from Johannesburg, South Africa, and noticed that no one was celebrating the achievements of high achieving females that she worked with. After the release of the first book, ‘Lounge to Boardroom’ which centred on the achievements of women in South Australia, the male population of South Australia demanded that she write a book on them. After receiving 526 nominations and interviewing 100 men to feature in her book Ashley and a panel were able to pick 66 men that they believed are inspirational and that readers can relate to. “I will never write a book just on CEOs,” Ashley said. “The book is really about being able to touch our readers. “There is a little bit there for everyone.” The book is about ordinary people who have, and are still, making an extraordinary difference on the communities. With each page turn you can’t help but be inspired. From plumbers to premiers this book helps promote high achieving males from a diverse working background. What is amazing about this book is that the emphasis isn’t on men with fat wallets. It is about men who have made a difference and have established themselves in the community as

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DAY TRIPS Thursday 13th September Anlaby Station house, garden and lunch Sunday 14th October Monarto Zoo 1 ½ Hour tour Lunch supplied and the afternoon is 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 Amateur Players. We will be having a pre performance lunch at the Williamstown Hotel

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someone anyone can turn to for help. These men are not spoilt and they were not brought up with a silver spoon in their mouths. ‘BBQ to Boardroom’ is an extraordinary read and the best part about the book is that it encourages readers to stop saying no I can’t and start saying yes I can.

To win To celebrate the release of the book the Herald is giving away two copies of ‘BBQ to Boardroom’. To win, simply place your name, address and daytime telephone numbers on the back of an envelope, addressed to Herald BBQ to Boardroom competition, PO Box 43, Tanunda SA 5352. The two winners will be notified by telephone and the books must be collected from the Herald office in Tanunda. Entries close on Thursday, August 23 at 5pm.

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Thursday, 6th September 7.30pm Adult: $55 Conc: $49 YP(U17): $17 G(6+): $49 Family (2+2): $125



Ladies Night will leave you hyperactive and ready to party! It’s the kind of show that you can take your grandma to…Cheeky, fun, a little bit naughty – and a real good giggle. Will they go all the way? Come along and see for yourself! Featuring: Ken James Skippy, Steven Tandy The Sullivans and Alli Pope Streaming.

Chasing the Lollyman is a brilliant new comedy that deconstructs stereotypes, celebrates community and offers hope for a future where cultures can meet without prejudice and fear. A one man show devised and performed by one of Queensland’s most dynamic and funny indigenous performers, Mark Sheppard.

Wednesday, 12th September 8pm $3 Adult: $35.00 Concession: BUBBLES $30.00 Group(8+): $28.00

Wednesday, 19th September 7pm Adult: $30.00 Concession: $25.00

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In brief... THE Finlaysons Wine Roadshow has kicked off its 20th annual tour of nine Australia wine regions and will be in the Barossa on August 28 at Murray Street Vineyards. After a difficult year in 2011 during which the country was not only recovering from a

drought but also experiencing heavy rains, the 2012 vintage has also been low yielding. Hosted by Finlaysons Wine partner and wine industry expert, Will Taylor, the roadshow will give practical and legal advice to grapegrowers and winemakers on how to prepare for, and better handle, the challenges presented by erratic weather conditions.

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with a special 20 per cent discount applying. Limited tickets for this event are now available at $60 per head, including drinks, a silent auction and raffle. Individual and table bookings are welcome. Proceeds will support the purchase of much needed equipment and fittings for the new Gramp Development, which is currently underway. For bookings and further information please phone Lynn Hayman on 8563 7733.

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CHANNEL 7’s Leigh McClusky will be the guest speaker at the forthcoming High Tea fundraiser to be held at the Barossa Chateau, Lyndoch on September 23. Drinks will be served in the foyer from 1.30pm onwards with an official starting time of 2pm. Guests will enjoy some traditional High Tea fare in the beautiful surrounds of the Barossa Chateau while Leigh speaks about her personal life and media career. The Barossa Chateau shop will also be open during the afternoon

and nothing gives you relief? Phone the Gawler Clinic on 8522 4717

Marilyn Langley encourages family members and individuals to come and view the display home on Wednesdays from 1 – 2 pm or by appointment phoning 8563 7709. Wohlers of Tanunda have kindly set up the display home with their attractive furnishings to enhance the design features and open-plan-style living. Give Marilyn a call today and find out how you too can enjoy a stress-free lifestyle that TLH has to offer with their Independent Retirement Living homes.

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THE response to Tanunda Lutheran Home’s current Independent Retirement Living project in Arrawarra Place has been overwhelmingly well received with four homes already sold and only two remaining. This project follows on from the success of the 2008 other off-site independent living project in nearby Hoffmann Avenue and Bridge Street. TLH has received positive feedback from retirees who have happily settled into independent living with these “off-site” developments; providing them the opportunity to remain living in a community setting, but have all the services and benefits provided by TLH. With an increased demand to provide quality accommodation, close to all facilities, TLH continues to plan for the future by establishing additional off-site accommodation to suit the lifestyle desired of prospective retirees. The Arrawarra Place project located in a culde-sac area of the Langmeil Estate in Tanunda is quite unique. The picturesque parklands borders these six architecturally designed homes and are conveniently located close to medical centres and the local hospital, shopping centres, wineries and restaurants. Additional services at TLH’s main site include a physiotherapist, podiatrist, hairdresser, Courtyard Cafe and Chaplain services. A private courtyard with tiled flooring and the choice of double or large single garages, lends itself to perfect outdoor living and entertaining. An active social group also keep retirees connected with monthly luncheons, guest speakers and outings. Dedicated TLH maintenance staff are available as requested, taking the hassle out of any repairs. These homes have been built by respected locals Bartsch Builders Homes who are

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Real Estate Liftout

Rural living dream Hillside Farm is the perfect place to forget the restraints of time. See Domain P3.

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Real Estate Liftout OPPORTUNITIES: Areas of the former Moculta Primary School are pictured right.


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

Developer’s delight

DEVELOPERS, give yourself an ‘A’ and go to the head of the class. You get an ‘A’ for giving this property your attention. Formerly the site of the Moculta Primary School, this now presents as an exciting opportunity for development on four separate titles with five allotments covering an area of more than 2.5 acres (1.07 hectare). Township zoning offers potential for numerous uses subject to council consents. The property has road frontages for each allotment


with Truro Road, which is a sealed road and the main thoroughfare through Moculta, as the main access road. There are several main buildings, the first being the original stone school building which has been well maintained and has been reroofed in more recent years. It has verandahs on three sides and a corrugated iron annex on the eastern end of the building. A large transportable building adjoins the stone schoolhouse.

A red brick building on the southern side of the schoolhouse would at some stage been a residential property that has been used as office space. A separate ablutions block is located at the rear of the schoolhouse and beyond that is modern playground protected by an overhead sail canopy. There is a storage shed near the Sarah Street boundary. A large bitumised area adjoins the schoolhouse on the northern side. Most of the remainder of the property is grassed.

This property presents buyers with a number of options to both add value and bring it back to life.

At a glance... Where: Truro Road, Moculta. Features: Former primary school now disposed as four titles, five allotments on 1.07 hectares with outbuildings. Price: $550,000. Agent: Barossa Real Estate. Pty Ltd. RLA 1997. Open: By appointment. Contact: Peter Fairweather on 0415 825 420.




LYNDOCH $335K-$355K


ANGASTON $300,000


GAWLER EAST $429-$439K



Lot 102 Belvidere Rd Open Sat 2.45-3.15pm

9B Ferguson Crt Open Sat 12-12.30pm

5 Holmes Street

22 McGahan 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.

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

TANUNDA $245K- $260K

Sue Schugmann 0419 850 408

LYNDOCH $325,000

STOCKWELL $465,000

Open Fri 5-6pm

GREENOCK $335K-$345K

OPEN 1 Elm Street

Open Sun 11-11.30am

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

NEW 11 Rushall Road

29 Stockwell Road

11 Murray Street

LOOK AT ME! Elevated (approx) 1005m2 block this 3 bedroom 2 bathroom home offers plenty of room. 2 living areas. Family kitchen with plenty of cupboard space, gas cook top, electric oven and dishwasher. Gabled patio perfect for entertaining friends. Evaporative cooling, gas heating, a double garage under the main roof. Room for a caravan or boat. Peter Fairweather 0415 825 420

OUTSTANDING EXECUTIVE RESIDENCE! More than 359m2 of luxury living space with 4 bedrooms plus study. Classic design with contemporary features. Exquisite soft furnishings and décor. This home offers many extras including great entertainment areas inside and out. Land size approx. 1156m2. Try and replace this for the price! Elle Moreton 0488 996 566

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

Ideal family home

WAITING: The ‘guardian of the house’ rests up on the Marananga family farm.

Hillside family farm

DEFINITELY worth a look is this well-maintained three-bedroom brick-veneer home in Kapunda. It is situated on a 1258 square metre corner block and is within easy reach of the town’s main street. Circa 1991, the house has a tiled roof which was restored about seven years ago. The main bedroom has an ensuite.

cars plus adequate room for caravan or boat storage. The rear garden has a galvanised iron car garage. Priced at $320,000, this is an ideal family-sized home in very good condition with excellent street appeal. For more information call David from Hambours on 8566 2209 or 0414 917 474. RLA150685.


At a glance...


Where: 170 Roennfeldt Road, Marananga. Feature: Rich soils and rolling landscapes. Price: $590,000 - $610,000. Open: Call agent to view. Web ID: HRER680. Agent: Homburg Real Estate. Ph: 8563 2599. RLA219152. Contact: David Braunack on 0418 841 349.

and hobbies. There’s an abundance of poultry pens; and for domestic vehicles, a double fully-enclosed garage is situated right next to the home. Multiple rainwater tanks, many almost new, will provide vast storage and see you nearly never needing your mains water supply. An array of fruit trees provide seasonal delights to share. Looking out over ‘Torbreck Wines’, Seppeltsfield and the Marananga region of the valley; across neighbouring vineyards and farming land; and with views stretching out as far as the St Vincent Gulf on a clear day, you can appreciate this hillside vantage to call your own, with a bird’s eye view on the great outdoors that surrounds. Take time out here on this rare sized picturesque parcel, chase your dreams and realise the lifestyle you’ve always wanted for your family. Farms of this size and with such a stunning outlook are rarely offered to the market. This is a unique opportunity to acquire your own hillside escape. Contact David Braunack of Homburg Real Estate on 0418 841 349 to register your interest.

A feature of the home is the extensive undercover outdoor entertainment area. The kitchen/dining area is open-plan and there is a separate lounge room. Cooling is supplied by an evaporative air conditioner. Outside there are fruit trees and an easycare garden. Two new crimsafe security doors have been fitted and there is undercover parking for two



NEW RELEASE - Hidden away just off Mount Allen Road a sleeping beauty just waiting for renovation. Situated on just over 37acres of arable land, ideal for horses, cattle or sheep is a lovely old villa home circa 1900. All rooms generous in size include OFP. Needs some work but could be a lovely old lady once again. Ample shedding plus original shearing sheds. Second home is t/f 3 bedroom currently returning $140 pw. Owner keen to move on. Have a look, do the sums and make an offer. Easy commuting to Kapunda and the Barossa Valley.

RLA 150685


RELISH the rural living dream here in Marananga on 40 hillside acres where the endless valley views surround you. ‘Hillside Farm’ is a perfect place of peace, a position above the valley where you’ll forget the restraints of time. It is a place to really savour weekends as a family in the large and comfortable farm-house with extensive shedding, space to keep animals, room for hobbies, horse riding and motorbikes. On this heavenly patch of hillside, the timber-framed home with raked ceilings is incredibly spacious throughout. So well suited to family life, the home comprises of four queen size bedrooms, three of which feature built-in robes; a separate lounge positioned to make the most of the valley views; a hearty eat-in country timber kitchen with island bench and stainless-steel appliances. An expansive tiled casual family living room, warmed by a slow combustion wood-fire makes it the ideal relaxation space for family meals and long lazy afternoons couch side. From this casual living zone, lifestyle extends out through sliding glass to the immense undercover area, paved to diagonal perfection and featuring track glide shade blinds to suit allseason festivities with friends. A fernery and shade-house are situated to one side of the outdoor entertaining domain and through a pretty garden walk, the spectacular 360 degree hillscape views unfold and the property’s boundaries take in the hilltop height behind. A huge machinery shed is solid on three sides and will house the caravan, farm vehicles, a workshop

WELL MAINTAINED: The three-bedroom Kapunda home with two new crimsafe security doors.

Will look at serious offers - Asking $475,000

FENCED, Services available located on a main road of Kapunda, 1 block under contract. Remaining blocks are approx 1225m2 in size. RLA 150685 Asking $76,000 each



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

IMMACULATE HOME - Immaculate 3 bedroom brick veneer home in arguably the dress circle area of Kapunda circa 1997. It still belongs to the original owners and it has been improved and maintained to the highest standards. Ample undercover parking behind a powered roller door. The home has excellent street appeal and manicured gardens. Fully ducted and zoned heating and cooling. Step inside the front door to view a home of the highest standards. RLA 150685 Asking $380,000

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

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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Real Estate Liftout

Private family home with large yard

ALONG the tree-lined streets on a large block of about 843 square metres you’ll find this private home at 54 Angas Street, Tanunda. There is plenty of space for fun and memories to be created and all only a short drive to everything the town has to offer with cafés, bakeries and daily amenities. Comprising a separate living area, three bedrooms and a combined kitchen dining area, this property is perfect for those who love playing outdoors, a couple, small family or someone looking to downsize without compromising on the back yard. An extensive paved undercover entertaining area adjoins the kitchen dining area, with glass

RIGHT: The three-bedroom Tanunda home on a large block which is close to town amenities, and above, the home’s floor plan.

Lot 19 Klemm Road, Kapunda NEW RELEASE

sliding doors providing easy access when hosting family and friends for barbecues and social gatherings. Your four-legged family member will love the spacious expanse of lawn in the fully enclosed rear yard, or you may choose to extend the existing home, put in a pool or add another shed and workshop, all subject to council consents. A separate 20x20 shed with concrete flooring offers extra storage while the water from the roof flows in to one of two large rainwater tanks. Established fruit trees in the rear yard will provide you with oranges, grapefruit, granny smith apples and peaches. Room to start a vegie patch

nearby will feed the family with the freshest ingredients allyear-round as well as keeping grocery bills down. With about 10,000 litres of rainwater, the gardens can look lush all year round and can be set up on drippers for worry-free watering.

At a glance... Where: 54 Angas St, Tanunda. Feature: Modern home on 843 square metre block. Price: $275,000 - $295,000. Open: Call agent to view. Web ID: HRE675. Agent: Homburg Real Estate. Ph: 8562 2600. RLA219152. Contact: Guy Draper on 0417 810 828.

Open Sunday 12:30- 1:15pm Check out our properties on the Net!

“Stunning rural lifestyle property with everything!” • • • • • •

Four double bedrooms, WIR & ensuite in master Modern open plan living / casual meals / kitchen area with quality new appliances Spacious formal dining plus family area Excellent outdoor entertaining areas with lovely landscaped gardens In-ground solar heated pool 16 acres of your own private property right on the edge of town


KAPUNDA Unit 3, 3 South Terrace KAPUNDA 28 Hancock Road ASKING $190,000 OFFERS WELCOME ASKING $430,000

Come and inspect and experience a little bit of “rural living paradise” for yourself. The Vendor’s instructions are very clear; “We have purchased another property, this property must be sold!”

Well presented 2 bedroom unit in prime position, total refurbished 9 months ago including new kitchen, paint, floor coverings, air conditioning, presently returning $190pw Inspection by appointment please.

Geoff Schell 0418 842 421 or Daniel Schell 0415 436 379

RLA 205501


Auction 2pm Friday 7th September 2012 On-Site (INSP) NEW RELEASE

SHOPS Spacious well maintained freehold shops with w.c. & handbasin, r/c aircond, 3 phase power, could be 2 shops, rear access & parking, close to Bank SA & bakery.

Australia Plains NEW RELEASE

KAPUNDA 55 Maxwell Street NOW ASKING $169,950

“Affordable grazing and cropping country!” • • • • •


KAPUNDA 12 Gawler Street ASKING $299,950


Why Build? Yes the price is right! this home is priced for definite sale. 8 years young Distinctive built, 4 brms, 2 bthrms, 3 living areas, huge kitchen, study, ducted r/c a/c, built in robes, dble c/port umr with auto roller drs, v/dahs, 40 x 20 gge with concrete flr, 920 sqm lot.

Professionals Kapunda WH1842018

$195,000 Offers Invited

Affordable 1st home or Investment, 2 good sized brms, L shaped lnge/dine, kitchen, bathroom, sep toilet, laundry, hallway with storage, spacious 3rd brm or 2nd living area, heat/cool, front v/dah, ent area, shedding, 1200sqm cnr lot, views.

Stone Character Cottage c1880 approx 485m2 allotment, with new roof, new fitted kitchen, new bathroom, 3 bedrooms, separate dining room, office, cottage gardens, prime position close to Hospital, child care etc

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“Ideal grazing block, well located and easily managed!”

RLA 205501



Under instructions from Public Trustee

Mains water connected 4 main paddocks plus holding paddock Pastures of ryegrass, barley grass & native clovers Old stone cottage, suit storage or camping Mallee shelter belts for stock

Geoff Schell 0418 842 421 or Daniel Schell 0415 436 379

KAPUNDA 41 Maxwell Street ASKING $209,950

KAPUNDA Shops 41-43 Main Street ASKING $245,000 + GST

“Maders Block”, Bower- Robertstown Rd


Well presented 3 bedroom t/f home on approx 10 acres, ideal for outdoor type family, 4 stables, workshop, fully enclosed above ground pool, close to all facilities.

Charles 0417 823 065

8566 2127

Real People in Real Property!


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Steve 0417 811 348 RLA 163708

Real Estate Liftout

Solid investment

LEFT: The double-brick Tanunda home on a generous corner allotment with a lot to offer, and above, the floorplan of the home. IN A quiet tree-lined street, this lovely solid double-brick Tanunda home is nestled on a generous corner allotment of about 780 square metres. Inside features comprise three bedrooms, two double and one single room, a large and bright formal lounge room with ceiling fan, a spacious kitchen with a pantry and electric appliances adjoining the dining room. There is a neat bathroom with bathtub, vanity and shower cubicle, and the toilet is separate. Heating and cooling are a feature in this home. The oil heater which doubles up through to the kitchen makes the whole home warm and comfortable throughout the winter and the ducted evaporative air conditioning keeps it nice and cool in summer. Outside features include a

rainwater tank plumbed to the kitchen and laundry, a double garage with power and concrete, two garden sheds, shadecloth carpark and beautiful established rear garden with various fruit trees and vegetable patch, secure backyard safe for the children and pets. Suitable for first home buyers, investors or retirees. Don’t miss this opportunity - take time out to have a look for yourself.


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Lot 11 Truro-Eudunda Rd

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At a glance... Where: 15 Coronation Ave, Tanunda. Features: Corner block. Price: $257,000. Open: Sunday, August 12. When: 12.15pm to 12.45 pm. Agent: Julie Toth Real Estate. RLA 198199. Ph: 8562 4650. Contact: Julie Toth on 0418 853 134.

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.

DUTTON 2 John Road

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.

$210,000 KEYNETON

OPEN Sun 12th Aug, 1.45 -2.15pm

4 Willow Drive, Kapunda NEW RELEASE


Lot 8 Sedan- Angaston Road 1390m2 BLOCK – GREAT VALUE Lrge flat land with no hindrance put on this property by the council with over 30m frntge and over 45m in depth (STCC.) Water and power av.





2 Michael Street TWO LARGE BLOCKS 2 titles, lovely upgraded 4 brm, 2 living area, modern timber kitchen, stone home on 1 title 1012m2, establ. gdn on other title 1150m2.

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

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Quality solid double brick home in peaceful location with picturesque views Double block (over 2000sqm) within a very short walking distance to the town facilities Three double bedroom with WIR master bedroom Large family room + 2nd living area/4th bedroom with private access Modern kitchen/casual meals area Two bathrooms Attractive garden & lawn areas Fantastic shedding includes; workshop, single garage & new free standing shed for the caravan A superior home on 2000sqm, with great outdoor areas, premium shedding and right in the middle of town - this is a genuine sale, your inspection is a must!!

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Auction 11am 1st September 2012 On-Site (Insp)

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16 Railway Parade BEAUTIFULLY RESTORED 1910 VILLA 12ft celings, picture rails in every room, 3-4 brms, 2 living areas, country kitchen, new bathroom with spa, front & rear access, 1000m2 land.

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2/7 Gawler Street, Nuriootpa



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COMPLETE: The three-bedroom Lyndoch home which is in a good location is pictured left, and at right, the undercover entertaining area and spacious back yard. 1837127

Colin Schwartz trading as RLA216875

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EUDUNDA $240pw 5 Reserve Road - Large 4 bedroom brick home, ensuite, second bathroom, formal lounge, open kitchen area, family room, ducted r/c a/c, fully enclosed yard, close to schools, kindy & shopping. EUDUNDA $220pw 7 Hambour Avenue - Neat 3 bedroom home, Bedroom 1 & 2 have built-in robes, lounge, kitchen/dining, electrical appliances, cool a/c only, shed, neat and tidy yard. Non-smoker. No Pets. Available WILLASTON $280pw 43 Haines Road- Neat t/f home, 3 or 4 bedrooms, main with BIR, open modern kitchen overlooking dining/lounge, beat bathroom, entertaining area, manageable block with large shed. ANGASTON $200pw 8 Davey Street - 3 Bedroom maisonette, lounge, kitchen/dining, pets negotiable. PEEP HILL $210pw Sec 258 - Neat farmhouse, 3 bedrooms, lounge, large kitchen/dining, comb heat, 10 mins to Eudunda, pets negotiable. EUDUNDA $220pw 4 South Terrace - 2-3 bedroom home, lounge, dining, roomy country kitchen, neat bathroom, close to main street, pets negotiable. TWO WELLS $280pw Lot 6 Port Wakefield Road - Stone homestead on 5 acres, 3 double bedrooms, large lounge, big kitchen, shedding, 3 paddocks could be used for horses.


1/47 Mildred Street



11 Acland Street Inspection by Appointment


Nicely presented 4yr old t/f home, large 1011m2 allot, 2 bdrms, roomy lounge/dining, kitchen has elec appiliances, dishwasher, plenty cpds, r/c a/c, front & rear v/dah, carport, short walk to river and shops. Colin Schwartz 0409 934 942


13 Fuller Street Inspection by Appointment


EUDUNDA Inspection by Appointment


Solid home on 14acres, short drive to Eudunda, 4 bedrooms, large country kitchen, roomy lounge, cellar, mains & r/w, stone barn, shearing shed, hay shed, 3 phase power to work shed, well fenced, lovely views. Colin Schwartz 0409 934 942


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Neat b/v home on lge 1950m2 allot with rural views. 4 brs, main ens & WIR, br 2 & 3 BIR, kitchen has gas stove, pantry, plenty cpds, dine, family, fml lnge, comb heat, ducted a/c, dble c/pt UMR, vdahs, pergola, 30x20 gge. Currently tenanted. WEB ID: 106770196 Colin Schwartz 0409 934 942


Neindorf Road Inspection by Appointment


Neat B/V Home, 3 bdrms, main has WIR, access to bathroom, formal lounge, kitchen/meals/family, r/c a/c, pergola, carport, currently tenanted, ideal family home or investment. Colin Schwartz 0409 934 942

SEDAN Inspection by Appointment


Complete package BUILT by Marshall Thompson this quality Lyndoch home offers great value at a good price. Its location in a quiet court adds to its appeal as a safe and convenient family location. With an allotment of about 1006 square metres there is plenty of room for the children to play. The three bedrooms are all a good size with the master having an ensuite bathroom and walk-in robe while a second bedroom also has built-in robes. The separate entry leads to a spacious lounge and formal dining room. Heating and cooling isn’t a problem with ducted air conditioning and a combustion heater to keep the family cosy in winter. Central to all family activities is the kitchen and family room which will not disappoint with its abundance of cupboard and bench space, plus a walkin pantry. A large breakfast bar is the ideal spot for a quick snack or lunch and there is an electric wall oven and cook top to make it all happen. The main bathroom and laundry are located at the rear of the home for convenient access to the large back verandah and garden. Needless to say the large allotment means there is plenty of room to move. Outside improvements include a large carport big enough for two cars and rainwater storage which is a great bonus considering the cost of water. Also to keep those energy costs down the six solar panels are sure to help. The home is within walking distance to the Lyndoch primary school and local shopping. Located in a quiet court, you could not ask for a better location. This home offers a package that is hard to beat.

At a glance... Where: 9B Fergusson Court, Lyndoch. Price: $335,000 - $350,000. Open: Saturday, August 11. When: Noon-12.30pm. Agent: Barossa Real Estate. RLA1997. Contact: Sue Schugmann 0419 850 408


Near new villa home amongst similar homes, 3 bedrooms, roomy lounge/dining, kitchen has elec appliances, r/c a/c, garage, paved yard, approx 350m2 allotment, close to main street.

Close to town, 3 bedroom home, 100acres, suitable for cropping & grazing, well fenced, hay shed, mains water, flat land close to ranges, lifestyle property or add to existing

T/F home and self-contained granny flat on 2 3/4 acres, on the edge of town. 4 bedrooms, lounge, kitchen/dining, office, shed, large carport, mains and rainwater connected, soalr hot water, some natural scrub.

Colin Schwartz 0409 934 942

Colin Schwartz 0409 934 942

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Extremely well presented near new home, 4 good sized bedrooms, main with e/s & WIR, others have BIR, formal lounge, spacious open plan kitchen/dining/living area, kitchen has dishwasher, WIP, double garage UMR, duct r/c a/c. Colin Schwartz 0409 934 942




41 Wild Street Inspection by Appointment



An extremely well presented property for the most fastidious of purchases, lovely stone home with shop front currently in use. 3 roomy bedrooms, huge living area, cellar, country style kitchen, formal dining or office, lge shed-workshop suit tradesman, can be B&B (STCC), inspect by appoint. Colin Schwartz 0409 934 942

92 MAIN ST • T: 8566 3399

Three bedrooms, one bathroom, formal lounge, neat kitchen and meals, rear and front verandah, shedding, carport, lots of room to move.

House not selling? Consider Renting Ring Julie for a free appraisal 7 days a week on 0427 233 319

WEB ID: 106614295 Colin Schwartz 0409 934 942


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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!

# 3006

# 5021

# 5014

RLA 61382


$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

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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

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All this can be yours THIS large family home in popular Hewett is a must to inspect. This stunning home is situated on a 950 square metre allotment and will accommodate the largest family and still provide space for individual privacy. This family home has many features to suit the promising buyer and also offers access into the back yard as well as ample room for a large shed and swimming pool. The features of the home include four bedrooms, the large master bedroom comes complete with an ensuite and a walk-in robe. Bedrooms one and two have builtin robes and bedroom three has a walk-in robe. The open-plan kitchen has a dishwasher, gas cooktop, walk-in pantry and ample cupboards, all overlooking the open-plan family room and meals area. The rooms are of great size with a formal lounge and formal dining perfect for large families. Other features include the main three-way bathroom, cloak room, quality fittings and fixtures

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We stock all your materials for pergolas, shadehouses & landscaping

Friendly helpful advice available ~ SPECIALISING IN TREATED PINE POSTS & TRELLISING ~

R & M TIMBER SUPPLIES Lot 9, Kelly Road,Willaston, Phone 8522 6504

Wednesday, August 8, 2012 - Domain Page 12 - The Herald, Barossa Valley

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NEW PREMISES Community involvement TREVOR Harris worked for Gawler Auto Electrical 15 years ago before working as a mobile auto electrician and RAA road service contractor. When former owner Barry Patterson retired and offered to sell the business eight years ago, he jumped at the opportunity. As part of Trevor’s involvement in the community, he offers work experience spots to local students, from Trinity College, Kapunda High and St Patrick’s Technical College. “We have a good affinity with the district and are keen to attract new customers,” Trevor said. “And for the month of August we are offering a free battery test and charge check.”

PROPRIETORS: Trevor and Tanya Harris in front of their new workshop.

New and improved injection, electric brakes, audio and security among services, which include caravan solar systems, and on-site farm auto electric and air-conditioning repairs. “We have five other staff members besides Tanya and myself, and the new building was purpose built and is a third bigger than where we were,” Trevor said. “It reflects our success as we are moving forward, while continuing the tradition of Gawler Auto Electrical over the past 50 years. “There are many loyal customers who will benefit from our new location, and also expose us to customers who are time-poor.”

CAR CARE: Knowledegable mechanic Matt Falkenberg doing an oil check.

FRIENDLY SERVICE: Errol Tobitt, works in the front showroom of Gawler Auto Electrical.

Proud Supplier to Gawler Auto Electrics




WE HAVE MOVED TO NEW PREMISES Drop in for a visit and check out our new workshop WE WOULD LOVE TO SEE YOU! • Automotive Air Conditioning Specialists • Mechanical Repairs & Servicing • General Auto Electrical Repairs • New and Changeover Alternators & Starters • Mobile Callout Vans available • Fuel Injection Servicing • RAA Approved . . . and much more!


35 THEEN AVENUE, WILLASTON (Industrial Park)

8522 1166

WGP Advisory Pty Ltd

Gawler Auto Electrics on relocating to your new premises from all the staff at Cooldrive Distribution

Proudly associated with Gawler Auto Electrics

Locals Supporting

Accountant & Business Advisor



Congratulations to Trevor, Tanya and all at Gawler Auto Electrics on the relocation to your own premises!


Proudly associated with

- from Winston Pestana and staff

18 Carty Avenue, Modbury SA 5092

Fax: 1300 853 304

Congratulations to Trevor, Tanya and all at Gawler Auto Electrics on the relocation to your own premises! “...your Financial Services Gateway”

Ph: 8264 2283

- from Winston Pestana and staff


Gawler Auto Electrics Congratulations on the new premises. Proud supplier to Gawler Auto Electrics

 General hardware  Hand & power tools  Building supplies  Plumbing  Paint & accessories  Electrical  Garden  Leisure  Automotive  Houseware & gifts  Timber  Camping equipment Key cutting and delivery service available


PH: (08) 8522 1944

Wednesday, August 8, 2012 - Page 19 - The Herald, Barossa Valley


Ph: 1300 853 304

We Understand Your Needs


GAWLER Auto Electrical settled into new premises at 35 Theen Avenue, Willaston last week – just behind Willaston’s football oval – as it expands to satisfy the needs of existing and new customers. Owners Trevor and Tanya Harris have built in the growing area, which is now conveniently located for customers to leave their vehicles before work and pick up afterwards. Specialising in auto electrical work, air-conditioning and mechanical repairs, Gawler Auto Electrical is a one-stop auto shop, with a huge range of spare parts and accessories. Gawler Auto Electrical also offer fuel

• Crash Repairs • Mechanical Repairs & Servicing • 24 Hour Towing Service

+ Call 8522 2287

NAB Barossa Gourmet Weekend 2012 Saturday August 18th and Sunday August 19th Wine and culinary adventure

FAMILY-FRIENDLY: The NAB Barossa Gourmet weekend is for all ages.

WARM your senses this NAB Barossa Gourmet Weekend on Saturday, August 18 and Sunday, August 19. The 2012 NAB Barossa Gourmet Weekend is fast approaching and this weekend of wine and culinary adventure is expected to be as popular as ever. The event features more than 20 wineries all offering heartwarming food, premium Barossa wine and live entertainment. There is something to suit all tastes and ages. The number of family-friendly options continues to grow.

This will be served with premium McGuigan Wines and music by African drummer Sam Oshodi and Bandayo. Local chef Stuart Oldfield of Handmade Catering, recently awarded Small Caterer of the year at the Restaurant and Catering Awards, will be preparing a selection of traditional curries at Kellermeister Wines on Friday evening. The NAB Barossa Gourmet stalwarts including Gomersal, Whistler, Seppeltsfield and Gibson will be joined by newcomers Thorn Clarke and Arlequin Wines.

Children can have fun and be entertained while their parents sample the great food and wine on offer. With a large number of wineries including children’s menu options, there really is no excuse to leave the kids at home. The scope of events included in the NAB Barossa Gourmet Weekend program continues to diversify. If you are looking for something different, then head to McGuigan Barossa Valley for a taste of Africa. Café Y are preparing an African themed menu including Ethiopian Beef Hot Pot, Chicken Marrakesh and South African Malva Pudding.

CROWDS: A NAB Barossa Gourmet weekend crowd enjoying the 2011 event.

Sat 8am -5pm & Sun 8am - 5pm Food by Gomersal Wines Barossa Country Breakfast including Steiny’s double smoked bacon $15 Lunch: Bazza’s Burgers on Apex Bakery buns $12 Apex bakery Strudel with double whipped cream $10 *Best to book to avoid disappointment

Wines Music Acoustic Highway - a top duo playing a range of covers John Francis - country, blues and jazz



Full range of wines including Riesling, Rosé, Shiraz

P 08 8563 3611 E Lyndoch Road, Gomersal

Daily Gourmet Shuttle pass. For $25 pp per day travel safely to any of the 18 parcipang venues.


Deparng Saturday and Sunday from any of the designated locaons listed on our map loop. Please visit our website or grab a brochure for more informaon.

ay Enjoy your d A travel LinkS Tel 8564 3022 or visit

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NAB Barossa Gourmet Weekend 2012 Saturday August 18th and Sunday August 19th Responsible consumption RESPONSIBLE consumption of alcohol and a strong commitment to the safety of event patrons sees the continuation of the Designated Driver program and the shuttle bus service over both days. Designated Drivers register at a participating winery, receive a pack and can then take advantage of free water, soft-drink, tea or coffee. The LinkSA shuttle bus stops at designated pick-up points throughout the Barossa and provides a cost effective means of transportation.

Look out for the NAB volunteers selling lottery tickets over the Gourmet Weekend. Full proceeds from the lottery will support the work of the Royal Society for the Blind. There are great prizes to be won including 12 dozen premium Barossa wines donated by the participating wineries. Details of events, the Designated Driver program and LinkSA shuttle bus can be found in the NAB Barossa Gourmet Weekend program available from the website

Spice up your weekend at

THORN CLARKE WINERY Sat 18th & Sun 19th August 11am - 5pm Gawler Park Road, Angaston Barossa Indian Cuisine Enjoy a tasty Butter Chicken marinated in Tandoori masala, Lamb Rogan Josh cooked in a thick masala sauce, Dai Makhani


Performance by

Little Black Dress

Phone: (08) 8564 3036

Barossa Gourmet Weekend

MOUTH WATERING: Celebrity chef Simon Bryant preparing food at Artisans of Barossa.


GOURMET BACK INTO G O U R M E T AT W H I S TLER WINES BAROSSA NAB GOURMET WEEKEND Saturday 18th & Sunday 19th August Commencing 11am


Saturday 18th and Sunday 19th August 2012 11.30am to 3.30pm Live music by South Australian singer songwriter Kelly Menhennett.

Over 20 Tapas and entree dishes matched with wine

Phone: 8562 4942 Seppeltsfield Road, Marananga Sat 9am - 5pm



Be tempted by the delicious menu on offer from our award winning Jacob’s Restaurant. Thai green chicken curry $15 Honey glazed Keyneton free range pork belly $15 Seared Hervey Bay scallops with stir fry vegetables & buckwheat soba noodles $15 Vegetarian and children’s meals also available. Selection of wine and soft drink available by the glass or bottle. Bring the family to enjoy the jumping castle and face painting.

Sun 9am - 5pm

FOOD BY SEMAPHORE PANTRY: Yucatecan Barbecued Prawns with Mexican Red Rice, Soft Tortilla and Mango, Lime Mojo ................................................ $15

Ancho Chilli Chocolate Tart with Barbecued Pineapple and Cream............................................................$10 BREAKFAST Mexican scrambled eggs served with Corn Bread, Salsa, Chorizo, Refried Beans and Ranchero Sauce ............$15 Vegetarian and kids options available

WINES: Full range of Gibson wines

Music: Cousin Leonard accompanied by Cloudy & Gian



Monterey Jack Quesadillas, Cheeses, Corn & Roasted Red Peppers with Guacamole & Salad..............................................$12

P 0416 213 661 E

Wednesday, August 8, 2012 - Page 21 - The Herald, Barossa Valley

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


COMMUNITY MINDED: Alex Whitford, manager of Barossa Valley Collision has helped build the popular charity fundraiser ‘Cruise For A Cause”.

Helpful tips What to do in the unfortunate instance you are involved in an accident and need to lodge an insurance claim • Contact your insurance company and report the incident to them at which point they will provide you with a claim number. • Contact the friendly staff at Barossa Valley Collision who will organise with you to assess your vehicle. • Bring your vehicle in at which point photos of your vehicle will be taken and an assessment made of the vehicle by our professional staff at which point they will be happy to answer any of your enquiries or problems in regards to your vehicle. • At this point we contact the insurance companies on your behalf in regards to your vehicle and have it assessed by your insurance provider. • You will be contacted as soon as the insurance company have given us the authority to repair your vehicle or in the unfortunate instance it can not be fixed we will be notified and will notify you. • We will then negotiate with you when we can book in your vehicle and get it repaired as soon as possible.

CARE: Wade Whitehead applying a side strip to a damaged car in the modern workshop at Barossa Valley Collision at 173 Murray Street, Tanunda.

Moving House, Office or Shop? Do you need: • Storage • Truck and Ute Hire • Boxes & Packaging Material

Proudly associated with BV Collision


Congratulations on 5 years of outstanding service to the region.




What to do if you do not have insurance but have a vehicle you need a touch up done on or have been involved in an accident and need it repaired at your own cost – • Contact the friendly staff at Barossa Valley Collision who will organise with you to assess your vehicle. • Bring your vehicle in at which point photos of your vehicle will be taken and an assessment made of the vehicle by our professional staff at which point they will be happy to answer any of your enquiries or problems in regards to your vehicle. • As this is not an insurance quote Barossa Valley Collision staff will do an estimated quotation for you for the work that needs to be taken out on your vehicle. • You will be contacted as soon as the quotation is finalised. The quotation is valid for a period of approximately 30 days but is only a quotation as parts prices can fluctuate and therefore you will need to speak to our friendly staff before work is undertaken.


self storage

8354 9555

“ Proudly associated with BV Collision. Congratulations on your 5 year milestone”

Proud Business Associates of Barossa Valley Collision Congratulations on 5 years in the industry and all the best for the future! WH1841912

1 Port Road, Thebarton


08 8523 2828 14 Main North Rd, Gawler (Opposite Gawler Caravan Park)

Proud to be suppliers of

Genuine Nissan Parts to BV Collision and Congratulate them on their 5th Birthday Proud supplier of genuine Toyota parts to BV Collision.

1195 Main North Road, Pooraka 5095

Barossa Valley Toyota 175 Murray St, Tanunda


Congratulaons on 5 years in business.

8563 2188

Wednesday, August 8, 2012 - Page 22- The Herald, Barossa Valley


Quality, service are guaranteed QUALITY and service guaranteed is the motto for Tanunda crash repairer, Barossa Valley Collision. Taking over the crash repair business in 2007 their noted quality has made the business grow from strength to strength. The crash repair specialists are celebrating their fifth birthday since opening in Tanunda, so customers are clearly giving the business their tick of approval. No doubt, Barossa Valley Collision’s guarantee of their work with a lifetime warranty and with staff having more than 40 years’ experience, is sure to be appealing to anyone who is unfortunate enough to have had an accident. “We know being without a car is inconvenient so our goal is to have a customer’s vehicle off road for the most minimal amount of time,” Alex Whitford, Barossa Valley Collision manager said. To offset any inconvenience hire cars are also available while your car is in the workshop. The business also offers a pick-up and drop-off service. Barossa Valley Collision is an RAA

Did you know? Barossa Valley Collision also offer • 24 hour tilt tray towing • windscreen replacements • wheel alignments • air-conditioning re-gas.

approved repairer and are approved by major insurance companies as well as being an MTA member. With the construction of cars changing constantly it is of upmost importance that businesses are up to date with the tools and techniques to ensure your vehicle looks as good as new. This is something Barossa Valley Collision prides themselves on. With the latest in colour match technology and modern spray booth this is sure to be the case. Also they have a chassis straightening bench and the latest in fan welding equipment to make sure your vehicle is restored back to its correct dimensions. “All work conducted on our premises is conducted by trained professionals that we have the utmost confidence in. Our focus is delivering a high quality service at a competitive price to all our customers, no job is too big or too small,” Alex said. Barossa Valley Collision is proud to be the founder and organiser of ‘Barossa Valley Collisions Cruise For A Cause’, which raises money for Movember (helping find a cure for prostate cancer and depression in men) over the last two years raising in excess of $12,000. The event is growing year after year and this year the event will take place on November 18 with both the start and finish at the Tanunda oval.

PROFESSIONAL: The BV Collison team, from left, Craig McGregor, Paul Reichelt, Ashley Weigand, Wade Whitehead, Tyson Rohrlach and manager Alex Whitford.

Community support Barossa Valley Collision is proud to support the local community. Current people we sponsor include • Barossa, Light and Gawler Umpires • Tim Lynas - Motorsport • Tyson Rohrlach - side car cross • Tanunda Lawn Bowls Club • SA Police football team - Cale Ellison

At a glance... What: Barossa Valley Collision. Where: 173 Murray Street, Tanunda. Open: Monday to Friday 8am - 5pm. Phone: 8563 2482. Fax: 8563 3925. Email: Internet:

HAD AN ACCIDENT? Call in for a quote today.

“Proud suppliers of Office Equipment & Stationery to BV Collision” Office National, your one stop shop for

Craig and the CSJ Electrical team are proud to be associated with BV Collision and congratulate them on their 5th Birthday. We specialise in Industrial, Commercial & Domestic Installation & Maintenance PHONE CRAIG ON

8563 1405


CSJ Electrical



Pty Ltd

195D Murray St, Tanunda PGE 212057

SPECIALISING IN INSURANCE CRASH REPAIRS WITH MINIMAL OFF ROAD TIME • Drop off & pick up service available • 24-hour towing

All work guaranteed

173 Murray St Tanunda

8563 2482 ALL HOURS

Wednesday, August 8, 2012 - Page 23 - The Herald, Barossa Valley


9 Railway Tce, Nuriootpa | + 8562 1200


• Stationery • Office Furniture • Office Equipment • Computers • Communication

8563 2041 • f 8563 3655 +or email - THANKYOU




SINCERE THANKS to the kind person(s) who found and handed in my mobile phone lost at the Kapunda Sunday Market 5th August.Very much appreciated. PAM.

POP-UP Retro Vintage Sale. One weekend only. Clothes, homewares & crockery, funky furniture, art & jewellery. DON'T MISS OUT. 1/15 Main North Road, Willaston. Sat. & Sun 11th & 12th August. 9am - 3pm.

GANTRY WINCH 3 phase S.W.F. 1000kg capacity. Girder trolley, pendant control and steel parts. Bin included. $550 ono. Ph: 85643578

2004 NISSAN NAVARA STR 4 x 4, dual cab, 104,000km, manual, diesel plus gas, silver with back canopy and tow bar, $18,000 rego XDD822 - 0419833631

GRINDER Pedestal 3 phase 300mm x 50mm. 2 good wheels. $165 Ph: 85643578

2012 HOLDEN CRUZE SRI-V, 2500km, black, manual, tinted windows, rego S174APN, $25,000 - 0419833631

DABERNIG Irene Maria Died at Tanunda Hospital on July 31, 2012. Aged 93 years Dearly beloved wife of the late Franz. Devoted and loving mother of Heinz and Arthur. Mother-in-law of Jan and friend of Kerryn. Adored Nana of Jayne and Alastair; Tom and Cassi; Sabina and Bianca. Great-nana of Eliza, Angus, Hugo and Edward.

SATURDAY 11th August. 46 Barossa Valley Way, Tanunda. General goods & bric-a-brac. 8am - 4.00pm. SUNDAY 12TH August, 8am - 1pm 4 Deuter Street, Gawler East. Furniture, homewares, computer items and camping gear. WILLIAMSTOWN Cnr Yettie & Needles Rds.. Sunday 12th 8am. Box trailer, caravan, wood heater, fridge, furniture, moto cross gear, camping gear, toys, vintage clothes.


Remembered with love. The Funeral Service for Irene was held at St Paul's Lutheran Church, Tanunda on Monday August 6, with Pastor John Thiel officiating.

IN MEMORIAM SCHILLER, Victor In loving memory of a dear Husband of 44 years, loving Father and Poppa who passed away 10 years ago 6/8/02. So dearly loved, so sadly missed by Rhoda, David, Mark, Carol, Jonathon and their families. SONNTAG, Wilfred Theodor Two long, lonely years have passed since you were called home 6/8/10 but we still miss you every day. Love always from your wife Margaret and family Michelle, Leanne, Janine (dec), Tim, Chris and Grandchildren. In God's Loving Care.

RETURN THANKS THE FAMILY OF Avis Starick would like to sincerely thank relatives and friends for cards, prayers and kind expressions of sympathy on the passing of a dearly loved Sister and Auntie. Please accept this as our personal thanks. Now in God's care.

GARAGE SALES A MONSTER GARAGE SALE MOVING SALE Saturday 11th & Sunday 12th. 9am - 5pm each day. NO earlybirds. Mahogany & other fine furniture, book shelves, sofa bed, gas/electric stove, dishwasher, all kitchen small appliances, crockery, glasses, washer/dryer, TV, computer & office suppies, bric-a-brac, BBQ, outdoor furniture, racks of women's clothes & shoes, many high end designers, linen, fishing/boating gear, clearing the whole workshop, 7 x 5 trailer (X lawn mowing) 75 Ron's Rd, Sedan (from Sedan about 3 kms South on the Cambrai road, then turn West (right) onto Ron's Road, down about 1 Km on the right is the sign, 75 Ron's Rd.) Call Glenn 0409326596 BIG GARAGE SALE 11th & 12th August. 8am - 4pm. 41 Haines Road, Willaston. 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

2 C PAP machines for sale. Contact Kelvin on 0428681962 or 85681962 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. Barossa New Life Church TREASURE CHEST - FURNITURE MART 10 Murray St, Nuriootpa Tel. 85622988 Monday - Friday 9am - 4pm Saturday 9am - 12pm All donations of furniture, clothing, bric-a-brac enable us to assist our Community BAROSSA VALLEY Country Furniture Paint Stripping Furniture Restoration Custom Made. David Bush 0419628222 CARTAGE TANKS. Suit water, wine etc. 5200 ltr, insulated S/S, with spray balls and baffles. $4900 + GST. 10,000 ltr, stainless steel with certified overhead fill. $3,000 + GST. 10,000 ltr, S/S without overhead fill $2,750 + GST. P: 85643578 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 COMPUTER REPAIRS - Usually back same day. Crow Computers - Ph: 85222600

INDUSTRIAL Brother Sewing Machine & 5 thread overlocker. $750 ea. Ph: 0401305058 JACKSON'S FIREWOOD free bag kindling with every order. Dry split redgum mallee pink gum. Weighed delivery only. 0400083852 KINDLING - OAK Hot, clean fire starter for large logs. 10 Kg. bag $8 Tubbies Australia, 45 - 63 Mt. Crawford Road, Williamstown. 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 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 POLAROID INSTANT CAMERAS Several years of various POLAROID cameras for sale. (Films are still available for some of them.) From $5 up. Phone Ted on 85622384. Numerous PRE DIGITAL cameras and movie cameras, some as new, from $5 up. 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 TRUCK dual wheel trolley. Hyd lift with rollers. On solid rubber wheels professional quality $330 ono P: 85643578 WH1840498


ENGEL & WAECO 12/24/240 volt fridge /freezers. All models. Best prices in the State. Gawler Fishing & Outdoors 85226200 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. FARM GATES - Large or small from $68.00 + portable sheep yard panels and hay rings. Gawler Irrigation, Lot 11 Paxton Street, Willaston. Ph: 85232350 FIREWOOD 6 x 4 trailer load $90 Ph: 85681979 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.


Falcon AU II Sedan 4 Litre motor and auto transmission. 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, 156,000 km. Holden Commodore VY Stationwagon 3.8 Litre motor and auto transmission, cargo barrier. 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

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CASH FOR CARS and scrap metal. Ph: 0404856309

TRAILERS TRAILER Moto Cross / Tradie / Camper. Heavy duty aluminium body and chassis. Fibre glass top, battery power system, water tank and pump, S/S drawers and cooking area. Reg. YIA-040 $4,250 Ph: 0403460374

WANTED ANY SCRAP METAL Will pay cash for the removal of yours. Ph: 0412259039 ANYTHING WITH METAL Cash 4 cars, free collection. HAPPY SCRAPPY recycle it! 85630213 or 0406411117 CASH FOR SCRAP METAL I AM LOCAL. Ph: 0411165694 CASH FOR UNWANTED CARS and scrap metal. Ph: 0404856309

WANTED TO BUY 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.

FOR RENT 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 TANUNDA modern 3 b.r. home, close to facilities, heating/cooling, shed. $310 p.w. Ph: 0419811594 or 85633037


MISCELLANEOUS TAROT with a Clairvoyant, Adele. Spiritual help & guidance on all levels. Ph: 0422135681 TASMANIA TRIP mid October. Looking for gentle, fit, 60+ lady, medium build to join me, share everything. Meet soon to check our compatability. For lasting relationship 0416 095 095 (local).

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

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



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

ALLENDALE BASKETBALL CLUB AGM & REGISTRATION NIGHT Wednesday 15th August 2012 6pm Registration, followed by AGM at 7pm. Prince of Wales Hotel. If you wish to play for the club this year you must attend the night or contact Holly on 043823 999 - No late regos!


ALL ROUNDER with floristry experience required. We are looking for a multi functional person who can carry out a range of duties including packing, photography, computer work, floristry, delivery, promotional follow up. The list is varied. The person should be motivated, creative and willing to try new things. We encourage ideas and initiative. We are located in the Mid North. Please phone 0439954490 in the first instance to discuss.

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

PENRICE COMMUNITY CONSULTATION GROUP MEETING Wednesday 8th August 6pm-10pm Barossa Council Chambers ~All welcome~ 1841421

FOOD & BEVERAGE Wait Staff wanted for Barossa Indian Cuisine Restaurant in Nuriootpa. Must have experience. Email resume to



Cert II in Business FREE

• Great for husband/wife team • Very consistent income approx $3,000 gross/wk

Monday 20th August 7.00pm

This course is funded through the Government of South Australia’s Skills for All iniave. Eligibility criteria applies -

• Truck & coolroom also available

PH. R. PRIME 0412 023 538


Starts in the Barossa on Mon 3/9/2012


Career BOSS is a Skills for All Training Provider

2 People from each team must attend. 1831801





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.



AUDIO/MUSIC professional studio/location recordings. Groups/solos. CD design /printing/duplication. Affordable/negotiable rates. 0430026993.

When you place a display classified ad you can have a full colour logo or key parts of the text for only $55 on top of the price of the ad.

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

Applicable to display: Positions Vacant, Coming Events, Public Notices and other boxed classifieds.

HYPNO BIRTHING Child birth classes. For class dates & information www.mindf - Clare 0418817295

Stand out from the crowd! 1842572

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

LEADLIGHT STUDIO make new, repair old, traditional to contemporary. For quality & competitive prices contact Tracy 85246959 Willliamstown Uhren aller Art fachmaennisch RESTAURIERT/REPAIRIERT. KOSTENLOSE BERATUNG/KOSTENVORANSCHLAG. Anruf 8562 2384 WERNER HOFFMANN Mitglied des horologischens Institut Neuseelands. Qualitaetsuhren gekauft und verkauft.


CLOCKS/WATCHES restored/repaired by professional (member No. 176 Horological Institute of New Zealand). Phone Ted on 85622384 for FREE quotation, FREE advice or VALUATION. Unwanted clocks /watches needed for repairs.

HANDS ON DOGS Providing services for your dogs. Grooming, massage, convalescence care. Call Jenny on 85232452 Gawler or 0423 474 287

COMING EVENTS MARKETS Sat 11th Aug Truro Weighbridge Motel, Sun 12th Kies Winery Lyndoch (also held on Gourmet weekend) 10 - 3. Many variety stalls. Sites $10. Glenda 85633181

EUDUNDA BOWLING CLUB Ladies Meeting to be held on Thursday 16th August at 1.30pm


Phone 8563 2041 or email:

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Results from matches played on August 2. Division One: Commercial Taverners d Smithfield Filthy Fockers 10-5; Roseworthy Blue d Two Wells Clueless 96; Two Wells Tavern d Soccer Club Kruisers 14-1; No Fear.Comm d Soccer Club Eagles 15-0 by forfeit; Xchanged d Exchange Hotel 9-6; Overway WYM d Willaston Warriors 10-5. Premiership Team P W L F A S Two Wells Tavern 17 15 2 183 72 30 Two Wells Commercial Taverners 17 15 3 179 76 30 Two Wells No Fear.Comm 17 15 2 168 87 30 Overway WYM 17 12 5 148 107 24 Smithfield Filthy Fockers 17 12 5 142 113 24 Xchanged 17 9 8 111 144 18 Exchange Hotel 17 6 11 111 144 12

Soccer Club Eagles Roseworthy Blue Willaston Warriors Soccer Club Kruisers Two Wells Clueless

17 17 17 17 17

6 5 4 3 1

11 110 12 108 13 100 14 98 16 80

138 147 155 157 173

12 10 8 6 2

Division Two: Smithfield What The’s d Roseworthy Shooters 13-2; Overway Underways d Smithfield SUS.96; Lyndoch d Willaston Farcues 10-5. Premiership Team Smithfield What The’s Smithfield S.U.S. Lyndoch Hotel Willaston Farcues Overway Underways Roseworthy Shooters

P 16 16 16 16 16 16

W 13 13 8 5 5 4

L F 3 164 3 138 8 126 11 99 11 99 12 94

A 76 102 114 141 141 146

S 26 26 16 10 10 8

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PRESENTATION: Chris Crichton, general manager Tanunda Pines Golf Club with Brett Grocke holding the Drummond Golf trophy. Men’s Midweek stableford competition. A grade: D Lane 33, J Blechynden 32. NTP: C Schubert. LD: J Blechynden. B grade: D Cock 35, C McMillan 34, B Sims 30, R Homburg 28, J Gooden 27. LD: B Eckermann. Ladies Midweek stableford competition: A Neldner 32, L Semmler 28 c/b, A Myatt 28 c/b, J MacPhail 28, C Hongell 27 c/b. NTP: C Lynas. LD: L Montfort.Drummond

TENPIN BOWLING Barossa Bowland League results, points to date. Morning Stars: Two Of Us 21, C D Players 17, Lucky Ducks 14, Bowled Out 12. Star bowlers: Nancy Andersen 35 POA (pins over average). Valleyites: WAFWOTEAM 59, The Krauts 43, W.M.D. 41, Tripod 38, Zodiac 38, The Drifters 37, Ten Pinners 32. Star bowlers: Hannah Rossack 110 POA, Barry Norton 71 POA. Grapevines: Strikers 78, Two Wonders 77, Strike Outs 75, Double Trouble 74, Pinsetters 68, What Evers 60, Pinheads 52, Pin Killers 52, Pin Magic 44, Go Getters 36. Star bowlers: Alison Munzberg 22 POA, Lee Parmiter 43 POA. Have A Ball: Old Farts 143, Creepshow 128, Speed Demons 116, Gutter Trash 114, Triple XXXX 109, Aint No Turkey 55. Star bowlers: Hazel Hancock and Sue Roehr 43 POA, Mathew Phillips 46 POA. Barossa Juniors: The Strikers 16, Pinkillers 16, Pinheads 14, The Triple Ms 8, Little Devils 0, Annihilators 0. Star bowlers: Danika King 66 POA, Adam Mills 39 POA.

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BAROSSA Saturday stroke competition: A grade T Turnbull 72; B grade D Batterbury 65; C grade E Allanson 69. A grade (28 players): C Berndt, D McDonnell, N Ward all 72, R Perry 74, I Baldwin 74. B grade (22 players): J Biggins 71, D Trinne 71, G Young 72, G Wellman 73. C grade (26 players): D Raethel 71, I Cartwright 71, C Buckley 75, P Pavlovich 75, R Wood 76. Ladies competition winner B Baird 71. P Homburg 74, P Siegele 74, H Sandow 77. NTP 3rd C Berndt; 4th 2nd shot I Cartwright; 6th P Twelftree; 10th 2nd shot Z Fuller; 12th J Alderson; 17th C Berndt. Long drives: A grade G Ewing; B grade C Campbell; C grade P Pavlovich. Putting competition: T Chiverton 25 putts. Ladies novelty, 2nd shot on the 3rd: B Baird. Midweek stroke competition winner Z Fuller 69, r/u D Venning 71. Ball winners: L Williams 72, L Collins 72, A Prior 74, J Raynor 74, R Kernick 75, M George 76, T Turnbull 76, NTP 6th P McCarthy; 15th J Nash. 4BBB: L Williams, R Kraft 43. MT PLEASANT Saturday stroke competition: A Wake 65, T Vine 67, S Tregenza 69, M Swann 70, P Turvey 71, E Bishop 73, T Mitchell 73. Midweek stableford competition: Division One - R Searl 34, E Bishop 34, S McNeil 31; Division Two - B O’Neil 34, K Franklin 32, P Flatman 29. KAPUNDA Lower North Hire and Civil Monthly Medal winner D Arch 69. A grade: P McCarthy 73, A Hayter, T Scheer, J Shephard all 74, J Lindeblad 75. B grade: S Earle 70, K Hayter 71, M Ryan 74, D Waters 74. C grade: D Perry 74, M Menzel 74, G Ralph 75. Ladies: V Wilson 77, C Molloy 78, I Smith 78, C Perry 80, J Menzel 80, D Strangward 81, J Morrison 85. Ladies Wednesday was the first round of our Club championships sponsored by Deison Wines. The A grade winner for the day with a nett 69 was Marianne Daniel. Runner up was Carole Molloy with Nett 71. B Grade winner for the day was Helen Sexton with Nett 73 and runner up was Lorraine Cram Nett 74. Long Drive A grade was won by Gail Ryan and B Grade was Jan Owen. Nearest the Pin A grade was Gail Ryan and B grade was Jane Teagle. Marianne, Carole and Helen broke their Handicaps. The Girls have a busy month as there is an Open Day each Friday to which we are sending players. TANUNDA Drummond Golf Tanunda Pines Open gross winner B Grocke 76. Monthly Medal nett winner G Krueger 70 c/b. A grade T Jenkins 70, r/u B Grocke 71; B grade G Krueger 70 c/b, r/u D Lane 70; C grade N Day 71, r/u J Hongell 73; Ladies C Hongell 77, r/u J Jeffries 78. Long drives: A grade J Blechynden; B grade J Hoffmann; C grade F Contestabile; Ladies A Neldner. NTP 6th D Geyer; 8th J Blechynden; 11th T Jenkins; 16th D MacPhail; 7th hole 2nd shot S Fechner. Sunday Pro Shop stableford competition: C Othams 29.


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Willaston win but lose By ROBERT LAIDLAW

TOO QUICK: Willaston captain Sam Walton drives his side into attack avoiding the challenge of Freeling’s Kurt Wright.

ALTHOUGH now out of contention for a finals’ spot because of other results, Willaston proved too good for Freeling in a Barossa, Light & Gawler football home clash on Saturday, to win by 84 points. Before the game the Donnybrooks knew only slim chances of playing finals remained, but with Barossa breaking Kapunda’s 10-game winning streak, it completely closed the door. In the game against Freeling the first quarter was evenly fought, with the promise of a close contest in the making. But an explosive seven-

goal- to-one second term left no doubt of the result, with Willaston continuing its dominance in the second half, kicking 11 further goals to just four by the Redlegs. “Early the 50-50 contests were evenly fought but we put our foot down in the second term and went on with it,” said Willaston captain Sam Walton. “We got back to being reasonably strong at the contested ball, which is what we aim to do. “It was also good to get the Freeling monkey off our back, as we haven’t beaten them for a few years.” Willaston was also inspired to play well in

front of a couple of reunion premiership teams, with its 1972 A grade flag-winning side in attendance, as well as the successful ‘92 senior colts. Best for the Donnybrooks was Ash Fry, who has settled in well after coming back from Central District, with his work at the stoppages and around the ground first rate. Jimmy Jones returned from an overseas holiday without missing a beat, dominating in ruck and dictating terms, while captain Walton gave another high-quality performance, and also booted four goals. Geoff Taylor worked hard as a rover, Jarred

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 Nuriootpa Rover 4 Barossa District 5 Willaston 6 Kapunda 7 Gawler Central 8 Tanunda 9 Freeling

P 13 14 14 13 13 13 14 13 13 P 14 13 13 13 13 14 13 13 14

W 12 11 10 9 6 6 4 1 1 W 14 9 8 8 7 6 4 3 1

L 1 3 4 4 7 7 10 12 12 L 0 4 5 5 6 8 9 10 13

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

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

For 1521 1235 1486 1407 1256 1006 928 765 731 For 1044 811 855 854 769 764 585 562 548

Agst 783 1101 987 1014 1151 1067 1316 1423 1493 Agst 477 612 592 665 810 801 811 918 1106

% 66.02 52.87 60.09 58.12 52.18 48.53 41.35 34.96 32.87 % 68.64 56.99 59.09 56.22 48.70 48.82 41.91 37.97 33.13

Pts 24 22 20 18 12 12 8 2 2 Pts 28 18 16 16 14 12 8 6 2

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

P 13 14 13 14 13 13 13 14 13 P 14 13 13 13 13 14 13 14 13

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

L 0 4 4 6 6 6 10 12 12 L 1 3 3 4 6 9 10 11 13

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

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

For 1475 1144 1131 873 1031 943 617 636 376 For 1176 826 715 986 708 586 480 348 246

Agst 432 636 572 770 708 722 1042 1731 1613 Agst 390 308 475 436 593 719 866 1120 1164

% 77.35 64.27 66.41 53.13 59.29 56.64 37.19 26.87 18.90 % 75.10 72.84 60.08 69.34 54.42 44.90 35.66 23.71 17.45

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

Barossa, Light and Gawler Football Association - Played August 4 A GRADE



5.2 10.6 12.13 14.15(99)


1.2 1.3



Nuriootpa Angaston

1.4 1.2

2.4 3.6

6.6 4.7

SENIOR COLTS 9.7(61) 6.10(46)

Nuriootpa 4.3 9.4 Angaston 2.1 2.3

13.7 20.10(130) 2.5 3.8(26)

Best: Nuri - D Douglas, S Schrapel, J Graetz, T Watson, D Schulz, J Braunack; Ang - M Williams, J Feist, M Makris, S Egert.

JUNIOR COLTS Nuriootpa Angaston

2.2 3.5 3.7 0.0 1.2 1.3

3.9(27) 3.4(22)

Best: Nuri - C Edwards, N Salter, D CraggSapsford, J Rodda, C Gogoll, Z Dahms; Ang J Miles, M Ruwoldt, L Baker, M Head, A Chambers, M Doecke.

Best: Nuri - A Hall, T John, L Cook, A Fiegert, R Skipworth, S Butler; Ang - B Brook, C Jasper, J Humphries, L Sander, C Hadden, N Gloede.

Goals: Nuri - R Byrne 5, N Salter 4, J Rodda 2, S Haniford, Z Dahms, J O’Riley 1 ea; Ang B Sugars 3, S Woodards, J Wight, J Miles 1 ea.

Goals: Nuri - A Edwards 4, T Honner 3, J Steer 1, J Smith 1; Ang - M Pech 2, M Kurtz, N Pech, C Hadden, J Rosenzweig 1 ea.

South Gawler 6.1 10.6 15.8 25.11(161) Gawler Central 4.2 6.4 6.8 8.9(57)

South Gawler 2.4 3.4 3.7 5.11(41) Gawler Central 1.0 2.2 3.2 4.6(30)

Best: South - M Foldesdy, C Musolino, M Paget, H Lawry, N Bartsch, L Makris; Cent - J Blakemore, B Hunt, M Cluse, A King, C Hill, J Asher. Goals: South - C Musolino 5, M Paget 4, A Gerardis 4, A Bevis 3, J Dare 2, A Bayliss 2, B Kerr, H Lawry, M Foldesdy, B Scott, N Bartsch 1 ea; Cent - A King 2, J Harvey, T Lamont, K Heintze, J Blakemore, C Hill, S Bayliss 1 ea.

Best: South - S Evans, A Hewett, M Daly, N O’Reilly, L Officer, J Dare; Cent - I Naulty, D Hewett, M Gunston, M White, S Dawe, M Ness.

South Gawler 2.3 4.8 5.12 8.15(63) Gawler Central 3.1 4.2 4.2 5.4(34) Best: South - J Chapman, J Naumann, M Cash, J Greatorex, A Maggs, C Mortimer; Cent - A Crossley, S Rathman, K Wurst, P BarnsTripp, D Bell, J Fullick.

Goals: South - N O’Reilly 2, R Davies, L Officer, J Dare 1 ea; Cent - R Wenham 2, S Burchell 1, L Stockdale 1.

Goals: South - M Naumann 3, B Torkington 2, T Ahl, J Lavia, K Dallwitz 1 ea; Cent - S Hutchison 2, A Crossley 2, S McCulloch 1.

Barossa District 4.2 10.4 15.9 20.15(135) Kapunda 2.3 6.4 7.4 9.6(60)

Kapunda 2.2 5.5 7.7 10.7(67) Barossa District 1.1 1.1 3.4 5.5(35)

Barossa District 2.3 10.515.1121.15(141) Kapunda 3.0 4.1 4.3 7.3(45)

Barossa District 2.2 6.6 8.7 11.9(75) Kapunda 2.1 2.1 4.1 6.3(39)

Best: Bar - R Christie, P Stelzer, H Commane, R James, S Jenkins, B O’Driscoll; Kap - C Prior, J Brown, B Taylor, D Leslie, S Ryan, S McKinnon.

Best: Kap - M Koenig, K Ryan, A May, C Browne, F Agius, M Prior; Bar - S Scally, D Curtis, J Berrett, J Rider, D Pfeiffer, B Traynor.

Best: Bar - A Arthur, T Gant, N Casboult, W Roberts, J Stanbury, J Charles; Kap - T Williams, J Muir, C Mclean, J Williams, M Good, T Matthews-Brown. Goals: Bar - W Roberts 11, N Casboult 2, R Watson 2, A Arthur, T Gant, W Aylett, D Dalliston, R Rowe, G Hewton-Lamph 1 ea; Kap - J Williams 2, B Schiller, T Williams, T Mclennan, M Good, T Matthews-Brown 1 ea.

Best: Bar - D Nangle, R Allington, S Baron, C Robinson, O Watson, T Baron; Kap - Z Merkx, M Holthouse, H Smith, W Brett, K Brown, A Dempsey.

Freeling Willaston

Willaston Freeling

Goals: Bar - H Commane 8, P Stelzer 5, J Aish 3, M Stelzer, R James, S Jenkins, B Bussell 1 ea; Kap - D Leslie 3, B Valentine 2, N Brady, W Farley, S McKinnon, J Brown 1 ea. Willaston Freeling

3.4 10.9 14.15 21.19(145) 4.2 5.2 6.5 9.7(61)

Best: Will - A Fry, J Jones, S Walton, G Taylor, D Brooks, J Mcdonald; Free - J Hancock, D Leske, B Parish, J Robinson, D Francis. Goals: Will - B Gordon 5, S Walton 4, J Williams 3, S Baker 3, J Mcdonald 2, J Farrow, J Scott, A Fry, J Cole 1 ea; Free - B Moon 3, S Schubert, B Parish, H Robinson, J Robinson, T Ruediger, D Leske 1 ea.

Goals: Kap - C Browne 5, F Agius 4, R Zivic 1; Bar - D Curtis 2, B Wadley, S Scally, S Robinson 1 ea.

Willaston 4.2 7.3 9.6 13.8(86) Freeling 0.3 2.8 3.9 7.11(53) Best: Will - M Bornholdt, J Dieckmann, M Hollis, A Barclay, R Boers, M Chomik; Free - J Wright, J Kerin, J Wagner, D Cook, P Leske, J Bartsch. Goals: Will - M Hollis 3, A Jones 2, B Wilson 2, D Starr 2, B Coombs, B Knox, R Boers, J Dieckmann 1 ea; Free - T Carmichael 3, D Shaw 2, J Wagner 1, G Shaw 1.

Goals: Nuri - S Schrapel 4, D Douglas 3, C Shaw 3, D Schulz 2, T Laverty 2, J Graetz, J Furnell, S Byrne, T Watson, Z Dahms, L BoothNaylor 1 ea; Ang - S Egert, M Williams, T Saegenschnitter 1 ea.

6.2 9.5 0.0 2.0

13.8 16.10(106) 3.3 4.3(27)

Best: Nuri - A Laverty, C Dahms, H Stolz, A Jaunay, W Hayes, S Dearlove; Ang - B Homes, J Antonie, R Eberhard, J Finch, D Russell, C Relquyst. Goals: Nuri - C Dahms, H Stolz, S Dearlove 1 ea; Ang - R Eberhard, S Habermann, B Homes 1 ea. South Gawler 3.0 5.2 10.2 13.6(84) Gawler Central 2.2 3.2 5.3 6.3(39) Best: South - S Trenorden, M Warner, J Sheridan, J Martin, B Cheer, B Mayfield; Cent P Searle, I McKenzie, H Schugmann, P BarnsTripp, B Clark, N Chandler. Goals: South - J Martin 4, B Washington 2, S Blundell 2, T Panagiotou 2, M Warner, R Feuerherdt, D Dankiewicz 1 ea; Cent - M Stewart 2, H Schugmann 2, B Mathews 1, I McKenzie 1.

Goals: Bar - B Ratcliff 3, D Nangle 3, S Baron 2, R Allington 2, C Robinson 1; Kap - J Higgins 2, A Smith, K Brown, C White, J Freeman 1 ea. 4.2 6.3 9.8 0.0 1.1 1.2

10.11(71) 4.4(28)

Best: Free - T Barnes, K Johnson, D Hamlyn, M Ortlepp, J Ashenden, T Julyan; Will - C Hoppo, J Day, J Hurst, B Knox, B Bone, B Rendell.

Best: Will - L Downing, J Walsh, M Spirritt, B Williams, T Macdonald, M Stirling; Free - N Staehr, C Coleman, A Haseldine, D Eichner, S Coulthard, J Brighurst.

Goals: Free - D Hamlyn 5, T Barnes 3, K Johnson 3, J Meaney, R Schirmer, S Maynard, B Ryan, H Moss 1 ea; Will - B Coombs 2, J Day 1, B Knox 1.

Goals: Will - L Mells 3, L Downing 2, T Macdonald, M Spirritt, J Walsh, K Hammill, M Stirling 1 ea; Free - D Eichner, A Haseldine, N Pascale, M McAvoy 1 ea.

Wednesday, August 8, 2012 - Page 28 - The Herald, Barossa Valley

McDonald ‘owned’ his wing, and Daniel Brooks was solid at half back and supplied plenty of rebound. For Freeling there were some good signs with several of the younger guys playing well, especially Jack Hancock, who is developing into a reliable player in the back pocket. Veteran Darren Leske picked up over 30 possessions, although he blotted his game with several turnovers, while Ben Parish worked hard in the key forward post. Freeling also struggled with big-man power, losing Sam Carmichael in the morning when he did not come up, as his ankle was too sore, and Dan Horsnell pulled a hip flexor in the warm up, restricting his effectiveness. “While the first quarter was good, the other three were sub-standard,” said Freeling coach Mark Tylor. “There were some good passages of play, and we got our hands on the ball enough times, but we failed to hit targets consistently enough. “In the second quarter they blew us out of the water, as they worked harder and finished better. It could have been even worse if they kicked straight. It’s hard to get results when there are only 10 A grade players at training, and if we cannot execute basic skills.” Willaston will be aiming to end the season on a high, starting this Saturday when it travels to play Kapunda, while Freeling has a bye before hosting the Bombers.

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

8 0 4 5 5 1 0 3 0 0

72 49 48 45 41 38 38 35 34 32

0 1 5 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2

34 27 23 21 21 18 16 16 15 14 14 14

0 11 0 4 0 3 0 1 1 0 3 1

74 56 31 28 23 22 21 21 20 18 18 18

4 0 1 2 3 2 2 3 0 1

40 38 37 36 32 30 30 25 24 21

Second half rampage

Nuriootpa’s pleasing win


NURIOOTPA bounced back from the previous week’s heavy loss to South Gawler by outclassing neighbouring Angaston by 55 points. An already undermanned Angaston home side looked even thinner five minutes into the game after having their best defender Brandon Kurtz leave the field after a crude challenge from Ryan Salter that saw the Tiger’s knees collect the torso of Kurtz who was laying just inside the boundary line. Soon after Angaston captain Matt Doecke was forced from the field under the blood rule courtesy of a broken nose. Both players later returned to the field, Doecke with tape wrapped around his head. Of greater concern for the Panthers was the fact that Nuri came out with a serious hunger and after Jarrad O’Reilly nailed the first goal of the game the Tigers assumed complete control by adding the next four. Finally the home side notched their first goal through Brad Sugars but it was a rare forward entry as Nuri were dominating possession. The second quarter saw Nuri really apply the pressure with Zac Dahms and Ryan Byrne goaling before Tiger playing coach Nat Salter kicked three in a row to send his team into half-time with a commanding 57point lead against a team that couldn’t take care of the ball committing turnover after turnover. The second half seemed like a foregone conclusion but the Panthers came out with a point to prove and started to hit the contest harder and began taking risks, running the ball through the middle of the ground as Jack Ryan, Jack Miles and Mark Ruwoldt all started to have an impact and the move of key defender Phil Bennett into attack started to create some opportunities. Lachie Baker was a rock at centre half back restricting his opponent Sam Haniford to just a single goal. The biggest problem for Angaston was still the lack of forward option, in contrast to the Tigers who had Byrne five goals and Salter four, as Craig

SOUTH Gawler broke away from crosstown rival Gawler Central with a 15-goal-to-two second half in Barossa, Light & Gawler football at Evanston on Saturday, for a 104-point victory. After the Tigers scored the game’s first goal, South looked like running away with the contest, kicking the next six majors, a highlight a sensational ‘skyscraper’ mark and conversion from Mark Paget. But before the first quarter had finished, Central had closed to 11 points, with the term’s final three majors, as it looked likely to trouble the Lions the rest of the way. The second quarter saw South waste numerous opportunities, with only one goal from six scoring shots before the Tigers managed a major against the run of play, although the Lions managed three of the next four goals to lead 10-6 to 6-4 at half time. Central matched the home side through most of the third term, but kicked just four behinds, while the Lions booted five straight - three from Chris Musolino - before finishing with two points to lead 15-8 to 6-8 at lemons. In the final term South seemed to create a procession towards goal, with 10 majors to the Tigers two, to finish strongly, the previously well-held Anton Gerardis breaking the shackles with three goals, and Musolino added another two. “It was a better effort in the second half, but it still was a scrappy game, as Central got a lot of numbers behind the ball,” Lions coach Scott Lee said. “They were able to nullify our forward entries a lot, but we were more accountable in the

GOAL: South Gawler forward Anton Gerardis kicks one of his four goals against Gawler Central watched by teammates Matthew Trezeciak and Aaron Bevis. second half, which was pleasing. “Obviously our defence, led by Heath Lawry, was on top, and the midfield worked hard all game.” Two match-ups on the day were highlights. South big man Paget worked hard around the ground to play an important part in the win, while Tiger ruckman Luke Howard seemed to gain the edge at the stoppages. And Central defender Jake Asher, who plays tall, had an absorbing struggle with Gerardis. The Lion spearhead worked hard for little reward for three quarters, while Asher wore him like a glove. Others to do well for the home side included Matt Foldesdy,

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WELL the run of 10 consecutive wins was always going to end - but the margin was a bit disappointing. Barossa beat us at our own game, outmuscling our midfield and winning the rucks for the day. A couple of injuries to both of our key ruckmen didn’t help, but Adam Turrell stepped up and had to ruck the entire second half on his own. Better players for the day included Craig Prior (thanks to JT Johnsons and Ahrens Engineering) as well as David Leslie (three goals) and Joey Brown continues to impress. A bit of guts and determination is now required to beat

Nathan Bartsch and Lee Makris at the stoppages, while, besides Musolino’s five goals, Paget and Gerardis kicked four each. For Central, Jason Blakemore and Brad Hunt were hard at it all game in on-ball roles, while Aaron King worked back into the centre after starting at half back, and looks to have found some solid form after a long injury lay-off. “As is becoming too common, we were blown out of the water in one quarter, which was the last,” Central mentor Damien Herzick said. “South was dominant inside its 50m for long periods, which put pressure on our back six, who stood up well, especially Asher for most of the game on Gerardis, and (Mark) Cluse on Trezeciak. At the stoppages they spread well and played with belief, which are areas we are working on. “In the end it was disappointing, but now the challenge is this week against Angaston, a game we must win. We need to forget everything so far and concentrate on winning, to get something out of the season.” South has a last-gasp opportunity to qualify for the double chance if it can beat Tanunda at Tanunda this week, combined with an unlikely Willaston victory over Kapunda.

Willaston this week at our last home game for the year. The Bs form was sensational, knocking off one of the form teams in the comp with probably the best team we have put on the park this year. A functioning forward line which included Alex Bray and his small little helpers in Fred Agius (four goals), Connor Browne (five goals) and Ryan Zivic (one goal) was too quick and skilful for the Barossa defence. Frog Koenig played a brilliant game to be named as our best player (thanks to Johno’s Express Freight). He must be getting close to resuming in the As with his current form. The U17s were left a little short on Saturday, due to injury and illness. After a good start where we had the lead at quarter time, everything went down hill. In the end we had two less players than Barossa on the park and the numbers eventually took their toll. Better players included Tom Williams and Jack Muir (thanks to Foodworks and Landmark). The U15s came up against a strong team in Barossa who were sitting in the four. While we started well, we couldn’t keep the performance up with Barossa eventually running out sixgoal winners. Zyden Merkx continued his stellar form o win the Gawler Landscaping Supplies best player award. Other good players included Michael Holthouse and Henry Smith. A good night was had by all at the annual Bomber Ball. A big thanks to Corey Ryan and Tom Leslie for their running of the show. Make sure everyone gets to the last home game of the year this week against Willaston.


tiger tales PLAYING over at Gawler South on Saturday again saw some tough encounters out on the courts. Our senior 3, 4, 6 and our super 7s all had fab wins, while our sub junior one team continued on their undefeated way for the season with another big win 56 to 3. Game results and coach’s comments are below. Congratulations last week on reaching milestone games to Kelsey Butler with 100 junior games and on 50 senior/junior games we have Leanne Tugwell (snr), Jessi Burdon (jnr) and Molly Hutton (jnr). Well done gals. Thanks to this week’s supporters for providing player incentive vouchers:- Starplex, Fasta Pasta, Career Employment Group, Lisa at LKFS Finance, Sportspower, Eagle Boys Pizza, Chemplus - Gawler, Gawler South Bakery, Video Ezy, Crazy Monkeys and Bushman’s Hotel. Do check out the club website ( for all the updated news, photos and goss. Go the Tigers. Diary dates August 11 versus Angaston at home - Jason Akermanis plays with the boys and becomes a Tiger for the day. The club will be supplying extra catering and refreshments for the day so do come on by and watch the netball and also one of the ex-AFL truly great players, strut his stuff. The Sportsman’s Night is sold out but the club will be serving meals Saturday night so even if you aren’t attending the Sportsman’s Night come and enjoy a meal and a few drinks at the club. August 18 playing up at Barossa. Followed by 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: South Gawler 59 d Gawler Central 39. Senior Two: South Gawler 52 d Gawler Central 31. Good effort against a very good side. Need to work at putting in a four quarter effort. Award recipients: Tegan Couzner and Britt Waddington.

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BANDAGED: Matthew Doecke. Gogoll and Cale Ellison repeatedly shut down their forward thrusts because Angaston were too predictable. Charlie Edwards was prolific for the Tigers in the midfield all game along with Brett Thiele whose work rate was inspirational. “We always know what we’re going to get from Thiels,” Nat Salter said. “He does all the little things that we need. “It was good to bounce back this week after a disappointing game the week before plus it’s always good to beat Angaston.” Salter must now prepare his team for next week’s clash against a red hot Barossa District side. For Panther coach Craig Hadden the mission this week is clear, they must win at Gawler Central to avoid claiming the wooden spoon. “It’s been our problem all year,” Hadden said. “One bad quarter has cost us far too often. “We need to prevent that happening this week to get a much needed win.” That will be no easy task against a young Tiger outfit that will be buoyed by the inclusion of AFL champion Jason Akermanis. Having never finished bottom in their 25 years in the BL&G Central will be equally desperate to win. Senior Three: Gawler Central 37 d South Gawler 30. Great effort by the whole team. Team game works girls - bring on finals. Award recipients: Chanelle Donaldson and Leanne Tugwell. Senior Four: Gawler Central 38 d South Gawler 31. Awesome game girls. We played our game and put everything we’ve been working on, on the court. Awesome effort. Award recipients: Jasmin Truscott and Tahlia Hogarth. Senior Five: South Gawler 60 d Gawler Central 31. Great effort girls. We tried different things, we will get there girls. Heads up, bring on next week. Awards: Hayley Brooks and Belinda Nitschke. Senior Six: Gawler Central 53 d South Gawler 36. Great start to the match. Movement was good down the court. Awards recipients: Jess Patrick and Alana Schumacher. Senior Seven: Gawler Central 38 d South Gawler 35. Absolutely amazing game by the super 7s. 100 per cent composure and 110 per cent effort throughout the whole game. Had seven players with Katie O’Hennessy filling in and playing an outstanding game. Incredible game played by every girl. Well done. Awards recipients: Michelle Landers and Tiarn Ball. Intermediate One: South Gawler 57 d Gawler Central 21. Great game by the girls. Score doesn’t depict how well they played. Award recipients: Brianna Searle and Chelsea Welsh. Intermediate Two: South Gawler 57 d Gawler Central 43. Great effort by all for the four quarters. Closest game South has had all year. Award recipients: Cody Heath and Dayna Schmid. Junior One: South Gawler 59 d Gawler Central 31. Junior Two: South Gawler 44 d Gawler Central 17. A lot of silly errors on our behalf. Need to concentrate on fixing that. Looking forward to games with equal conditions. Award recipients: Ashlee Heath and Katie O’Hennessy. Sub Junior One: Gawler Central 56 d South Gawler 3. Another great game by all the girls. Pressure was outstanding all over the court. Awards: Maddie Nicholls and Anna Halliday. Sub Junior Two: Gawler Central 26 d South Gawler 10. Great win girls. Defence pressure was fantastic all the way down the court; passing much better. Looking forward to a tougher game next week. Award recipients: Lauren Swan and Charlotte Stockdale. Primary One: Gawler Central 13 d South Gawler 4. Primary Two: Gawler Central 8 d South Gawler 1. Netta Two: Award recipient: Reese Griffiths.

SPORTS Barossa Valley hockey results and premierships A Men Team 1 Nuriootpa 2 Tanunda 3 AM United 4 Gawler/Trinity 5 Two Wells A Women Team 1 AM United 2 Gawler 3 Nuriootpa 4 Two Wells 5 Tanunda 6 Trinity B Men Team 1 Tanunda 2 Nuriootpa 3 Gawler/Trinity 4 AM United 5 Two Wells B Women Team 1 AM United 2 Nuriootpa 3 Gawler 4 Two Wells

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Under 18 Team 1 Nuriootpa 2 Two Wells 3 Tanunda 4 Gawler 5 AM United Under 15/16 Team 1 Nuriootpa 2 AM United 3 Two Wells 4 Tanunda 5 Gawler Under 13/14 Team 1 AM United 2 Nuriootpa 3 Two Wells 4 Trinity College Red 5 Trinity College White 6 Tanunda 7 Gawler

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A men: AM United d Two Wells 3-1, Nuriootpa tied Tanunda 1-1; A women: Gawler d Trinity 3-1, Nuriootpa d Tanunda 4-2, AM United d Two Wells 2-0; B men: Nuriootpa d Tanunda 2-1, AM United d Two Wells 5-0; B women: Gawler d Two Wells 5-0, AM United d Nuriootpa 2-0. Under 18: Nuriootpa tied Tanunda 2-2, Two Wells d AM United 1-0; Under 15/16: Two Wells d Gawler 5-1, Nuriootpa d Tanunda 2-0; Under 13/14: Nuriootpa d Two Wells 3-0, AM United d Gawler 7-0, Trinity College White tied Tanunda 0-0.

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Stefanie shines through By ROBERT LAIDLAW DESPITE being diagnosed with type one diabetes in June last year, Stefanie Scherwitzel (pictured below) took home a silver medal from the School Sports Australian Swimming champs last week, held in Sydney. With good support from family and friends, including club-mates from the Playford Aquatic Club, and staff at the Women’s and Children’s Hospital in Adelaide, Stefanie was able to increase her performances in the pool to qualify for 12 events at the nationals. To qualify, the 14-year-old won two golds, a pair of silvers and a bronze at the state championship, to join another six swimmers from her club. One of her state gold medal wins was in the 200m freestyle, which is the event she won her national silver in, with a two-second personal best time of 2:07.80. “It was amazing to get a PB, then to also win the silver medal was unbelievable,” Stefanie said.

“Just to compete with the best in my age group from Australia was fantastic, and to also now be ranked second is a thrill.” The Hewett resident has gruelling training times under coach Paul Staight at the Elizabeth Aquadome, rising at 4.30 most mornings. But with a dream to one day represent Australia at the Olympics, it has all been worth it. “Getting up so early isn’t too bad, it’s good for the soul, and I’m seeing my friends at the pool,” Stefanie said. “I love the Olympics, and like any other young athlete, it’s the ultimate goal.” Stefanie has been swimming competitively for the past six years, but has been in the water since before she could walk, as her parents wanted her to be safe around water. And because of her high fitness level through swimming, the young national medallist’s battle with diabetes has been kept under control, and her Olympic dreams are still alive.

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TRAINING: Ella Holmes pounding out the kilometres. BELOW: Sam Tebeck and Ben Tripodi stretching out before training. preparation. Things have been going to plan,” Tebeck said. “Our training has been a lot more challenging than it was this time last year. “The Auckland bike course is quite hilly and technical, so most of the longer rides we have been doing have been planned around that.” Tebeck and Tripodi have formed a formidable training pairing, which has seen both of them improve significantly in different areas. “We push each other quite hard in training,” Tripodi said. “With the type of training we have been doing, it has been really important to manage our recovery, which means regular visits to team physiotherapist, Craig Fountain of Saunders Sports and Spinal.”

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Each player bowled at least one 24 last Thursday night, August 2 at the Tanunda Kegel Club resulting in close scores at the end of the night. Rick was in good form to be in the lead at the end of the first game with Adam and Josh not far behind. Rick also bowled the highest frame score of 59 points. Adam and Richard improved in the second game while Josh was not far off his first game score. Well done to Richard for improving in the second game especially it being his first night at the Kegel Club. Adam was too good on the night.

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South Gawler 59 Gawler Central 39

Kapunda 69 Barossa District 36

A TOTALLY committed South Gawler gave finals’ hopeful Gawler Central a wake-up call with a 20-goal win at home. Both sides were at full strength and South led by three at the first change but few would have predicted the 167 second quarter when the Lions bounded away. Their defensive pressure and attacking mindset forced Central into repeated errors. Both sides made changes at half-time but South still powered ahead 16-10 and the final quarter was irrelevant to the result. South coach Lynette Hutton did not play up the win. “The first quarter was tight,” Lynette said. “Centrals were able to apply a lot of pressure on our attack line with a very tall backline. “After quarter time, with our defenders applying lots of pressure we were able to gain a lot of opportunities and score quickly, this helped us get ahead, through the second and third quarters. The last quarter was a more even quarter.” South’s best player was goalie Karina Cook. Central coach Leigh Waddington offered no excuse. “South was way too good on the day,” Leigh said. “We could not stop their shooting power, especially Karina (Cook). We didn’t play as a team and didn’t stick to structure and we won’t win tough games with a low shooting percentage like that. I’m very disappointed, it should have been a much tighter contest.” Central’s best were midcourts Jade Pfitzner and Kel Rowe.

KAPUNDA had a predictable 33-goal win over Barossa District. “We had a wasteful first quarter with 60 per cent of the play, but only led by two at the break,” Paul McGrath, Kapunda coach said. “This was followed by an injury to our goal keeper which caused a reshuffle to our defence and midcourt. The girls were keen to pick up their finishing and the scoreboard started to tick in our favour. “Our shooting accuracy improved which was good reward for our defensive pick offs, this provided a lift in intensity which saw us go on mini runs of four or five goals in a row. “Kapunda marched on to what was always going to be a predictable win, sealing it with a big last quarter 24 to 10 at 86 per cent accuracy. “Stacka (Stacey Burgess) controlled our defensive end, just waiting for the poor use of ball by Barossa before pouncing to take a clean intercept and deliver to our waiting midcourters. “Kim Creber (wing defence) played another solid game restricting their centre passes with controlled defence, also taking some intercepts of her own and mopping up their haphazard forward entries.” Leanne Nelson, Barossa coach complimented Kapunda. “They are one of the nicest teams to play against, their sportsmanship on court is fantastic. We were beaten by a great team,” Leanne said. “We were very close in the first quarter with our defence putting pressure on the goalies, seeing a few non-characteristic misses in their circle. “After an injury in their defence, Penny Chappell came on at centre and the game changed. “We delivered the ball into our goal circle but were unable to capitalise. Stacey and Vicki Nelson were good again in the mid court as was Taryn Wills at wing defence. “I have been trying to promote our up and coming juniors into senior netball and hence Riley Thompson made her debut at goal keeper.”

Angaston 50 Nuriootpa 37

PASS: South Gawler defender Stacey Dunn passes over Kelly Rowe of Gawler Central.

Willaston 69 Freeling 50 LEAGUE leader Willaston had a comfortable 19-goal win over Freeling at home. “This week we had a clear game plan that we wanted to execute and knew that if we stuck to it we would have a great chance of coming away with a win and playing well,” Mel Tump, Willaston coach said. “We expected that Freeling would not make this an easy task for us. They were patient in attack and their shooters were very accurate therefore we were not able to get as many turnovers as we would’ve liked but our conversion of these turnovers was fantastic. “Bronwyn Heap played yet another consistent game for us in goal attack and stepped up to shoot a high number of our goals this week.” Willaston’s best were Bronwyn Heap, Hayley Norris (centre) and Danica Earle (goal defence). Freeling captain Joy Leske said it had been well contested game for two of the four quarters. “We started with a slightly different defence line but it seemed to work well,” Joy said. “We were six down at quarter time but changed up again in defence which saw Laura Schirmer make her senior one debut. Great advice from Lynny (coach Lyn Carmichael) saw the girls firing in the second quarter and for the full 15 minutes which has been something we have been working towards. “This was definitely our best quarter only going down by two goals in the second. Our attack played well and rebounds were fantastic by Meg Heinrich. “Unfortunately our third quarter was our worst for some time and it showed on the score board. “We tried to redeem ourselves in the last and only lost the last by a couple.” Freeling’s best was goal attack Ash Heinrich who fought hard all game and a mention to Laura for her senior ones’ debut.

ANGASTON scored a 13-goal win over the improving Nuriootpa but already have their eyes on this week’s pre-final final against Gawler Central. “We have to win this week or the season is over,” Chelsea Duval, Angaston coach said. “And even if we win we have to beat South Gawler the following week. “We had two midcourt players missing against Nuriootpa but hopefully there will be a full squad this week. “We built an early lead against Nuriootpa and although they challenged hard we were able to draw away.” Angaston’s best were Lori Antonio, Anna Cameron and Katie Gloede. Nuriootpa coach Robyn March said her side had started very tentatively. “The last third of the first quarter saw a very different Nuri team,” Robyn said. “We competed and worked hard to the top of the goals. “Young Nadia Von Bertouch up from the 2s, really showed some maturity and strength against quality Angaston defences. Nadia worked hard and held up to finish off with some text book shots. “Kylie Falkenberg worked persistently and consistently hard at every centre pass and delivered some great feeds to the new goaler combination. “The second half of the match saw some reward for Rachael Gerhady’s solid one on one defence and forcing some errors. “Angaston shot well and seemed to find open space, whereas we struggled across the transverse lines and worked twice as hard in our attempt to drive the ball into our attacking third. “Our focus this week is about regrouping and planning for next week. I will expect to see consistent and persistent work rate, a reduction in unforced errors and going hard to win that first quarter. “This week’s game against Barossa District is very important in the context of the season. “I would like to make a special mention to Tayla Helbig who trained with us this week and was prepared to step onto the court to replace injured goaler Heidi Gogoll. “Nuri’s in a rebuilding phase this year and it’s about exposing our up and coming young players to the intensity of senior ones.”

Barossa, Light and Gawler Netball Association results from Round 15, August 4. Senior One: Angaston 50 d Nuriootpa 37; South Gawler 59 d Gawler Central 39; Kapunda 69 d Barossa District 36; Willaston 69 d Freeling 50. Senior Two: Nuriootpa 52 d Angaston 38; South Gawler 52 d Gawler Central 31; Kapunda 47 d Barossa District 27; Willaston 40 d Freeling 35. Senior Three: Angaston 37 d Nuriootpa 25; Gawler Central 37 d South Gawler 30; Barossa District 48 d Kapunda 28; Willaston 54 d Freeling 34. Senior Four: Angaston 51 d Nuriootpa 47; Gawler Central 38 d South Gawler 31; Kapunda 28 d Barossa District 25; Freeling 40 d Willaston 34. Senior Five: Angaston 61 d Nuriootpa 42; South Gawler 60 d Gawler Central 31; Barossa District 40 d Kapunda 30; Willaston 59 d Freeling 37. Senior Six: Angaston 57 d Nuriootpa 37; Gawler Central 53 d South Gawler 36; Barossa District 37 d Kapunda 27; Willaston 62 d Freeling 47. Senior Seven: Angaston 70 d Nuriootpa 14; Gawler Central 38 d South Gawler 35; Freeling 39 d Willaston 37. Intermediate One: Nuriootpa 55 d Angaston 25; South Gawler 57 d Gawler Central 21; Barossa District 32 d Kapunda 31; Freeling 37 d Willaston 25. Intermediate Two: Nuriootpa 35 d Angaston 29; South Gawler 57 d Gawler Central 43; Kapunda 56 d Barossa District 4; Willaston 43 d Freeling 27. Junior One: Nuriootpa 50 d Angaston 48; South Gawler 59 d Gawler Central 31; Freeling 36 d Willaston 33. Junior Two: Angaston 45 d Nuriootpa 21; South Gawler 44 d Gawler Central 17; Kapunda 69 d Barossa District 22; Willaston 59 d Freeling 10. Sub Junior One: Angaston 29 d Nuriootpa 13; Gawler Central 56 d South Gawler 3; Kapunda 19 d Barossa District 15; Freeling 27 d Willaston 4. Sub Junior Two: Angaston 25 d Nuriootpa 15; Gawler Central 26 d South Gawler 10; Barossa District 22 d Kapunda 11; Willaston 21 d Freeling 6. Sub Junior Three: Nuriootpa 18 d Angaston 17; Kapunda 14 d Barossa District 13.

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Senior One Willaston South Gawler Kapunda Gawler Central Angaston Freeling Nuriootpa Tanunda Barossa District Senior Two South Gawler Willaston Gawler Central Kapunda Nuriootpa Freeling Angaston Barossa District Tanunda Senior Three Willaston Gawler Central South Gawler Angaston Nuriootpa Barossa District Tanunda Freeling Kapunda Senior Four South Gawler Gawler Central Tanunda Angaston Freeling Willaston Nuriootpa Kapunda Barossa District Senior Five Willaston South Gawler Angaston Gawler Central Tanunda Freeling Barossa District Kapunda Nuriootpa Senior Six Angaston Willaston Gawler Central South Gawler Nuriootpa Freeling Barossa District Tanunda Kapunda Senior Seven Freeling Willaston Angaston Barossa District South Gawler Gawler Central Nuriootpa Intermediate One Willaston South Gawler Nuriootpa Barossa District Freeling Kapunda Tanunda Gawler Central Angaston Intermediate Two South Gawler Willaston Kapunda Freeling Gawler Central Angaston Tanunda Nuriootpa Barossa District Junior One Willaston South Gawler Freeling Tanunda Nuriootpa Angaston Gawler Central Barossa District Junior Two Willaston South Gawler Gawler Central Tanunda Angaston Freeling Kapunda Barossa District Nuriootpa Sub Junior One Gawler Central Angaston Freeling Kapunda Nuriootpa Willaston Tanunda Barossa District South Gawler Sub Junior Two Angaston Willaston Gawler Central Tanunda Nuriootpa Barossa District South Gawler Kapunda Freeling Sub Junior Three Nuriootpa Gawler Central Barossa District Angaston Tanunda Kapunda

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BALAKLAVA 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)


Emoyeni Wines Plate

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

1 2 3 4 5 6

4 Bert Da Flyer b (4) M Schrapel (a4) Darcy’s Folly (5) Ms L Stojakovic (a1.5) King Cadel (6) M Neilson 8 The Headliner (2) J Toeroek (a3) 76s0 Dinky Di Gold (1) J Holder 0 Light Supreme (3) T Baker



57.5 57.5 57.5 57.5 55.5 55.5

1.60 8.00 3.00 7.00 13.00 16.00


Ardrossan Hotel Motel

(Apprentices can claim) Rating 68 $10,000

1 2 3 4 5 6

68995 61228 35318 s2408 66234 s0007


Sir Presidente w (1) Sturgis w (6) Marlborough (5) Tapeka Point w (3) Hong Kong Missy (4) Red Waratah w (2)

J Toeroek (a3) Ms J Kah (a3) C Lever P Gatt J Potter Ms T Zanker

60.5 58 57 55.5 54 54

4.00 3.20 2.50 7.00 6.50 11.00

1.10 Eckersley Engineering Plate 1055m (Apprentices can claim) 3yo & up Maiden SW $10,000

1 Schumacher (6) C Lever 58 2 450s4 Zipalang b (1) Ms J Kah (a3) 58 3 s7795 Black Abbey (8) Ms L Hopwood 56 4 42634 Danzeround The Sun (2) Ms K Bishop (a2) 56 5 00s0 Lady Kahuna (7) D Tourneur 56 6 560s Nadiva (3) M Neilson 56 7 5 Our Ruby (9) J Holder 56 8 80s Kristabella (4) M Schrapel (a4) 54 9 Nullarbor Nymph (5) P Gatt 54

2.80 5.00 21.00 3.50 51.00 21.00 11.00 4.60 7.00

STEVE DAVISON (Pagemasters)












Best Bets

BERT DE FLYER King Cadel The Headliner

STURGIS Hong Kong Missy Tapeka Point

SCHUMACHER Danzeround The Sun Our Ruby

WANAKA GOLD Belleap Nadaka

MYKONOS SUNSET Full Bore Precious Villa

JULIE MARIE S’Amuse Regimental Dance

TESTANOVA Mountain Cat American Trilogy

ALLEZ TARA Nothing Shall Pass Sari Bayir


BERT DA FLYER King Cadel The Headliner

MARLBOROUGH Sturgis Hong Kong Missy

KRISTABELLA Schumacher Danzeround The Sun

NADAKA Secret Vintage Three Star General

PRECIOUS VILLA Boltin’ Henry Full Bore

REGIMENTAL DANCE Jewel Of Cadence Julie Marie

AMERICAN TRILOGY Umaluka Mountain Cat

RESLENDA Irish Cheer Nothing Shall Pass



Wheatsheaf Hotel-Price



1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8


1035s 2190s 9s00s 2410s 421s9 s8577 36562 6s008

Secret Vintage t (1) D Tourneur Nadaka (6) Ms C Lindop Three Star General (8) J Toeroek (a3) Belleap (2) J Potter Break The Dry (4) T Pannell Wanaka Gold (5) J Holder Stella Jeune d (7) P Gatt Our Destination (3) Ms K Bishop (a2)

59 58.5 58 56.5 56.5 56.5 56 54

3.50 4.20 6.00 5.00 7.50 6.00 6.00 17.00

2.20 Shane Allen Plumbing Plate 1410m

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9


36s4s 385s1 72148 2100s 631 13566 18979 s90s0 472s0

23452 3s524 98597 680 345s2 s35s6

7 8 9 10 11 12

56s75 4933 99506 0s03 9s783 48s65

Boltin’ Henry (3) Ms A Herrmann Full Bore (11) J Toeroek (a3) Kooda Chance (8) A Patterson Moonboots (6) Ms C Lindop Mykonos Sunset (5) Ms K Bishop (a2) Precious Villa b (9) Ms L Stojakovic (a1.5) Set To Excite (12) M Neilson Smug (7) Ms J Kah (a3) Angel Eyes (10) Ms L Hopwood Barjas (4) P Gatt Lady Alaska (1) J Potter Meadows Boo (2) C Lever

Regimental Dance d (7) Ms A Herrmann Jewel Of Cadence tw (4) Ms J Kah (a3) Julie Marie c (6) J Potter S’amuse (1) J Holder Castano Girl d (5) SCRATCHED Rub Doubt (2) J Frew (a) Mawari (3) T Pannell Sharada dwh (9) J Toeroek (a3) Orchestral w (8) Ms L Hopwood


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

1 2 3 4 5 6


Ardrossan Hardware

(Apprentices can claim) F&M Rating 68 $10,000

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

Team Wiss Handicap

59 58.5 57.5 57.5

3.00 4.00 5.50 21.00

56.5 55 54.5 54.5

3.00 4.50 21.00 31.00


(Apprentices can claim) 4yo & up Rating 71 $10,000

58 58 58 58 58

5.50 9.00 21.00 31.00 6.00

58 58 58 56 56 56 56

3.00 11.00 8.00 26.00 9.00 6.00 9.00

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3156s 5116s 70087 875s3 678s7 624s7 61214 71419 7s235

Asso Bello tw (8) Ms T O’Donnell (a3) Umaluka t (4) J Frew (a) French Charge wn (3) Ms L Hopwood Mountain Cat td (7) J Holder Value As (2) P Gatt American Trilogy db (1) M Neilson Energized cdw (9) Ms J Kah (a3) Uma Wave dw (6) Ms C Lindop Testanova (5) J Maund

60 58.5 57.5 57.5 57.5 56 56 55 54.5

13.00 9.00 7.50 5.00 8.00 6.50 4.60 11.00 3.00

THE TRACK Rail: Out 4m from the 800m to the 450m, then true for the remainder. Track: Good (3). Weather: Fine.


4.13 Crowell Concrete Handicap 1410m (Apprentices can claim) 4yo & up C,H&G’s Rating 62 $10,000

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

88421 067s0 6s51 1s392 03055 20552 00320 65s78 750s8 8s470 50s53 30226 0s139

Al Chicago d (8) P Gatt Markab dw (14) D Tourneur Reslenda (11) J Potter Dashman dw (4) A Patterson Gift Of Knowledge tcdw (9) C Lever Irish Cheer (12) J Holder Nothing Shall Pass w (10) T Baker Seventh Bullet d (2) Ms J Kah (a3) Little Adam d (5) J Frew (a) Sari Bayir (3) W Kerford Allez Tara (6) T Pannell Treeovus dw (1) J Toeroek (a3) Notonmatchday w (13) Ms L Stojakovic (a1.5) 14 873s0 Sachse d (7) Ms A Herrmann

59.5 59.5 59.5 59 58.5 58.5 58.5 58.5 58 57.5 56.5 55.5

13.00 17.00 3.00 9.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 11.00 13.00 21.00 9.00 9.00

55 54

21.00 26.00


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 – Beate favourite at last start. H – Trained on track. N – Won at night. S – Spell of three months. F – Fell. P – Pulled up. L – Lost rider.

GEAR CHANGES RACE 1: (3) King Cadel, (6) Light Supreme lugging bit on first time; (5) Dinky Di Gold cross-over noseband on first time, tongue-control bit on first time RACE 4: (1) Secret Vintage tongue-tie on again; (3) Three Star General gelded, lugging bit on first time, tongue-ti off first time, winkers off again RACE 5: (4) Moonboots blinkers on first time; (6) Precious Villa blinkers off again, lugging bit off first time, norton bit on first time, winkers on first time; (7) Set To Excite blinkers on again RACE 6: (1) Regimental Dance hoof pads on first time; (6) Rub Doubt lugging bit on first time RACE 7: (1) Asso Bello cross-over noseband on first time; (2) Umaluka blinkers off first time; (3) French Charge blinkers on again, winkers off first time; (6) American Trilogy blinkers on first time RACE 8: (2) Markab bar plates on first time, blinkers off first time, cross-over noseband on again, hoof pads off first time; (5) Gift Of Knowledge cross-over noseband on first time

BALAKLAVA comment Race one BERT DA FLYER (R R Jolly) 3g By Magic Albert - Birdlady (1:0-0-0): Lost a plate when 5 len 4th (57.5) Saturday Sorcerer 1050m M’ville 3yo Mdn slow trk Aug 1. Backed for plenty on debut when struck a slow track. Should have benefited from that experience and gets a firmer surface here. Hard to beat. DARCY’S FOLLY (R J Moore) 3g: First start. By Face Value - Barossa Can Can. Purchased for just $1,000 as a yearling and he’s out of a mare who has made little impact at stud. Ran 5th Kristabella 1000m M’ville barrier trial dead trk July 16. Would need to see a market lead. KING CADEL (Tony McEvoy) 3g: First start. By Testafiable - Lady Elliot. Mare has had one winner from two to the races. Finished 4th Kristabella 1000m M’ville barrier trial dead trk July 16. From top stable and leading rier takes the mount. Big watch. THE HEADLINER (Tony McEvoy) 3g By Beautiful Crown - Capanetta (1:0-0-0): At only start ran 7-3/4 len 8th (54.5) Miss Intensus 1000m Morphettville Parks 2yo Mdn dead trk July 19. Showed early pace on debut before knocking up. Will be fitter now and looks a place hope in a thin affair. DINKY DI GOLD (R F Moore) 3f By Face Value - Evening Gold (3:0-0-0): Lost a plate before finishing 10-1/2 len 6th (54.5) Psychic Mick 1000m Morphettville Parks 2yo Plate Jan 21 then was checked near the 800m when 10-1/4 len 10th (55.5) Miss Intensus 1000m Morphettville Parks 2yo Mdn dead trk July 19. Fitter for one run back but she’s yet to fire a shot. Take on trust. LIGHT SUPREME (S P Gower) 3f By Falak - Supremely (1:0-0-0): Pulled up lame after debut run when finished 19-1/2 len last (55.5) Excell Shoes 1100m Gawler 2yo Mdn dead trk July 11. Forget her debut run when pulled up sore. Was kept safe that day so look for any sign of market confidence here.

Race two SIR PRESIDENTE (Scott Trenowden) 7g By Danasinga - El Ardiente (35:5-3-4): Followed 13-1/2 len 9th (54.0) Silent Surround 1950m Morphettville Parks (94) dead trk July 14 with 4-3/4 len 5th (58.0) Quick ‘n’ Slick 2200m Murray Bridge (68) dead trk July 25. Improved effort last time when dropped in grade. Conditions here suit and he gets the chance to break through for another win. Take tossing.

STURGIS (G L Lesnikowski) 7g By Generous - Shy Lizzie (21:3-4-1): Finished strongly for 3 len 2nd (54.5) Bell Ringer 2200m Balaklava (68) slow trk July 18 then jumped in grade when 6-3/4 len 8th (54.0) Unser 2006m M’ville (81) slow trk July 28. Drop in grade is ideal and gets in nicely after the claim. Hard to beat. MARLBOROUGH (M A Kavanagh) 4g By Savabeel - Trisha’s Belle (11:1-0-2): Scored 1/2 nk win (57.5) Fireweed, Magus 2100m Gawler Mdn dead trk July 11 then was tightened for room before finishing 9-1/2 len 8th (58.5) Havelock Express 2000m M’ville 3yo (75) slow trk July 21. Gets back on a firmer surface here and can improve sharply in the smaller field. In the mix. TAPEKA POINT (Kerrie Van Tijn) 9g By Traditionally - Native Hawk (43:3-5-2): Beat one home when 10-1/2 len 10th (54.0) Mr Lowndes 2048m M’ville (75) slow trk July 7 then finished 11-3/4 len 8th (54.0) Flaming Moe 2500m M’ville (94) slow trk July 21. Another one who can improve dramatically back on top of the ground. P.Gatt replaces claiming apprentice and he could be the value runner in this. HONG KONG MISSY (Ms S Ratsch) 5m By Citizen Kane - Hands Full (17:1-1-1): Safely held when 3 len, 5 len 3rd (54.0) Bell Ringer, Sturgis 2200m Balaklava (68) slow trk July 18 then beat seven home when 4-1/2 len 4th (54.0) Quick ‘n’Slick 2200m Murray Bridge (68) dead trk July 25. She doesn’t win out of turn but she has been consistent since stepping up to this distance range. Not the worst. RED WARATAH (Roma Williams) 7g By Red Ransom - Centaine’s Gift (25:3-1-1): Finished 7-3/4 len 11th (55.0) Elsewhere 1550m Morphettville Parks (62) dead trk July 19 then ran 7-1/4 len 7th (54.0) Savvy Smokin’ 1600m M’ville (62) slow trk Aug 1. Fitter for four runs back but jumps sharply in distance and he hasn’t won past 1550 metres. Faces a task.

Race three SCHUMACHER (M A Kavanagh) 4h: First start. By Excites - Chasseresse. First foal of a handy racemare who won six of 27 starts. From top stable and must be respected on debut. ZIPALANG (D R Jolly) 4g By Clangalang Zipnotic (4:0-0-0): Ran 9-1/2 len last (57.5) Lady Akatak 1200m Murray Bridge 3yo Mdn Jan 26 then was tightened for room before finishing 5-1/2 len 4th (54.5) Uschrike 1000m Murray Bridge Mdn dead trk July 25. Backed for plenty first-up and should be better for that outing. Gets the gun draw here and will take tossing.

BLACK ABBEY (Peter Lawrence) 4m By Niello - Dance A Gallop (9:0-0-0): Struck interference at the start when 10-1/2 len last (52.5) Uschrike 1000m Murray Bridge Mdn dead trk July 25 then finished 7-1/4 len 5th (57.5) Eloise That’s Me 1228m Gawler M Mdn dead trk Aug 2. Yet to place in nine starts and hard to get enthusiastic about her chances here. Looking elsewhere. DANZEROUND THE SUN (J Dunn) 4m By Danzero - Soak Up The Sun (9:0-1-1): Finished 4-1/2 len, 1/2 len 3rd (55.5) Social Assassin, Almighty Bullet 1250m Morphettville Parks Mdn dead trk July 19 before running 1-1/2 len 4th (57.5) Chester Downs 1228m Gawler M Mdn dead trk Aug 2. She’s had a few chances but looks very competitive here. Should get a lovely run and drops 3.5kgs after the claim from her latest run. Right in it. LADY KAHUNA (K J Matson) 4m By King Ivor - Anuna (3:0-0-0): Following 13-3/4 len 11th (53.5) Classy Chloe 1211m Gawler F&M Mdn Mar 7 ran 11-3/4 len 11th (53.5) Suki 1128m Gawler M C2 dead trk Aug 2. Back to her right grade here but she needs to lift on what she’s shown to date. Others look better. NADIVA (W E Smart) 4m By Nadeem - Lindsay’s Ring (3:0-0-0): Ran 13-3/4 len 6th (54.5) Rich Pride 1400m Oakbank 3yo Mdn dead trk Dec 9 then was spelled after 14-3/4 len 10th (54.5) Slippery Ninja 1111m Gawler 3yo Mdn Dec 21. Did little in her only campaign to date but she resumes here from a nice barrier and they’ve engaged the leading rider. Watch market closely. OUR RUBY (D M Koch) 4m By Akhadan - Volnay (1:0-0-0): Debuted with 10-1/2 len 5th (55.5) Natural Disaster 1050m Balaklava Mdn slow trk July 18. Safely held on debut but did finish in the first half of the field and might improve here on top of the ground. Worth consideration. KRISTABELLA (P W Jolly) 3f By Lion Heart Amarie (2:0-0-0): Debuted with 9-1/2 len 8th (55.0) Fire Thunderbolt 1050m M’ville 2yo (68) Feb 18 then was 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. Failed to flatter in her first campaign and reumes here off a five-month break. Trialled OK recently and has claims if there is any money for her.

NULLARBOR NYMPH (R R Jolly) 3f: First start. By Danerich - Lady Elsie. Purchased for $24,000 as a yearling and she’s out of a G2-placed mare who was best over more ground. Finished last Whitten’s Brew 1000m Morphettville Parks barrier trial Feb 20. Stable commands respect and P.Gatt to ride is a lead. Market will tell the tale.

Race four SECRET VINTAGE (W A Bogarts) 5g By Secret Savings - Vintage Duchess (10:2-0-3): Finished 3/4 len, sht hd 3rd (51.5) Ticket To Vegas, Irish Cheer 1400m Murray Bridge (75) Jan 11 then was spelled after 2-1/2 len 5th (56.5) Seventh Bullet 1400m Murray Bridge (62) Jan 26. Resuming here for new stable and generally shows up while fresh. Tongue tie goes back on and he’s worth consideration from the gun alley. NADAKA (L Macdonald & A Gluyas) 4g By Akhadan - Beach Gal (4:1-1-0): Followed 7-1/2 len 9th (56.5) Exalted Moment 1400m Oakbank 3yo (75) dead trk Mar 17 with 2-1/2 len 10th (56.5) Slippery Ninja 1200m Gawler (68) April 4. His form tapered off last campaign but worth noting he has run well best while fresh. Keep in mind. THREE STAR GENERAL (D R Jolly) 5g By General Nediym - Swiss Vault (8:1-2-0): Struck interference at the start when 6-1/4 len 10th (55.0) Miss Explosive 1050m M’ville C1 Nov 1 then was vetted after 5-3/4 len 10th (58.0) Invincible Magic 1100m Gawler (62) Nov 16. Ran 8th Staralan 1000m M’ville barrier trial dead trk July 16. Handy when right and he’s been gelded since his last campaign. Look for a positive lead from the ring. BELLEAP (T T Oxlade) 4m By Bel Esprit - Magic Leap (6:1-3-0): Scored lg nk win (55.0) Kangaroo Jack, Royal Stormy 1200m Strathalbyn Mdn dead trk Feb 22 then was checked near the 1200m when 11-1/4 len 10th (57.5) Magic Milady 1250m Morphettville Parks 3yoF (75) Mar 10. Ran last Sweet Never 1000m M’ville barrier trial dead trk July 16. Speedy mare resuming here from a break. Has placed both previous first-up runs and is drawn to get a lovely run. Strong claims.

KOODA CHANCE (J Dunn) 4g By Mugharre - Some Surprise (5:0-0-0): After 12-1/4 le 9th (55.5) Natural Disaster 1050m Balaklav Mdn slow trk July 18 struck interferenc near the 200m when 4-1/2 len 7th (57.5 Reslenda 1200m Murray Bridge 3yo Md dead trk July 25. Wasn’t disgraced last tim and this trip might suit. Could add valu to trifectas. MOONBOOTS (Simon Casey) 4g By Niel - Footloose (3:0-0-0): Ran 8-3/4 len 8t (57.5) Heart To Heart 1200m Gawler Md dead trk July 11 then jumped awkward and was slowly away when 12-3/4 len la (57.5) Castano Girl 1400m Murray Bridg 2yo+ Mdn dead trk July 25. Blinkers go o here but he needs to lift. Others look bette MYKONOS SUNSET (J Dunn) 4g By Oratorio Ancient Sunlight (11:0-1-2): Was spelled aft 7-3/4 len 5th (55.5) Mustang Schiller 1200 Clare 3yo Mdn Mar 11 and resumed with 1-3/ len 2nd (55.5) Reslenda 1200m Murray Bridg 3yo Mdn dead trk July 25. Just missed first-u and will be fitter here. Looks a key player. PRECIOUS VILLA (D J Clarken) 4g By N A Single Doubt - Summer Thirst (4:0-0-1 Finished 3-3/4 len 5th (56.0) Mossmone 1400m Kembla Grange (Metro) 3yo Mdn Pla slow trk Feb 8 then struck interference near th turn and was vetted after 3-3/4 len 6th (56.0 Reslenda 1200m Murray Bridge 3yo Mdn dea trk July 25. Started favourite at first run fo new stable and wasn’t far away at the finis Will have taken great benefit from that outin and has claims here. SET TO EXCITE (K M Sweeney) 5g By Reset Excitant (16:0-3-2): Jumped awkwardly whe 11-1/2 len 7th (58.0) Social Assassin 1250 Morphettville Parks Mdn dead trk July 19 the beat five home when 5-3/4 len 5th (58.0) Flas Mick 1228m Gawler E&G dead trk Aug 2. He rarely far away and the blinkers go back o here. Awkward draw is no spoil but he’ll b thereabouts. SMUG (J F Macmillan) 4g By Mugharreb Showy (4:0-0-2): After 1-1/4 len, hd 3rd (54.5 Do Something, Shadow Judgement 1200 Port Augusta Mdn July 8 finished len, hd 3 (54.5) Ferrari Star, Windsor Gardens 1400 Balaklava 2yo+ Mdn slow trk July 18. Stuc on gamely last time and he’ll be hard to ru down again here.

BREAK THE DRY (D W O’Leary) 6m By Gallo Di Ferro - Oahu Ace (8:1-1-1): Scored 1/2 len win (55.0) Miss Satchmo, Sombre 1211m Gawler Mdn Dec 21 then jumped awkwardly when 12-3/4 len 9th (56.0) Exalted Wonder 1200m Murray Bridge C2 dead trk July 25. Should be fitter here after one run back. Has ability when right and comes into calculations. WANAKA GOLD (R F Moore) 6g By Face Value - Evening Gold (38:3-8-3): Beat nine home when 8 len 7th (58.0) Independent Air 1200m Murray Bridge (62) slow trk July 4 then finished 2-1/4 len 7th (54.0) King Rodney 1250m Morphettville Parks (71) dead trk July 19. Doesn’t win out of turn but form this time in has been in stronger races. Not without a chance here. STELLA JEUNE (P A Jones) 6m By Jeune - La Ponch (33:3-5-3): Struck interference near the 800m before finishing 7-3/4 len 6th (54.0) Last Charge 1050m M’ville (75) slow trk June 30 then struck interference near the 200m when 2-1/4 len 2nd (55.5) Eleftheria 1000m Morphettville Parks (62) dead trk July 19. She’s been luckless of late but the small field here suits. Must go in. OUR DESTINATION (J Dunn) 6g By Dubai Destination - Millions (50:1-3-4): Covered extra ground when 10-1/2 len 12th (54.0) Energized 1200m Balaklava E&G (62) slow trk July 18 then finished 8 len 8th (54.0) Exalted Wonder 1200m Murray Bridge C2 dead trk July 25. His record speaks for itself. Not likely.

Race five BOLTIN’ HENRY (Ms J Banks) 6g By Delago Brom - Estusa (8:0-2-3): Got blocked for a run when 8 len 5th (58.0) Social Assassin 1250m Morphettville Parks Mdn dead trk July 19 then finished 2-1/4 len 2nd (58.0) Flash Mick 1228m Gawler E&G dead trk Aug 2. Way overdue for a win and should get the run of the race here. Hard to beat. FULL BORE (S Burford) 5g By Gallo Di Ferro - Full Gauge (7:0-2-2): Ran len 2nd (58.0) Heart To Heart 1200m Gawler Mdn dead trk July 11 before finishing 5-3/4 len 4th (55.0) Flash Mick 1228m Gawler E&G dead trk Aug 2. Might be looking for this trip now and only needs luck from the draw to be right in the finish.




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BALAKAVA comment continued ANGEL EYES (K J Matson) 5m By King Ivor Fuji Lass (11:0-1-0): Slowly away when 24-1/2 len last (53.5) Tureen 1500m Gawler F&M (68) dead trk July 11 then struck interference near the 100m before finishing 5-3/4 len 6th (54.0) Castano Girl 1400m Murray Bridge 2yo+ Mdn dead trk July 25. Did a good job to beat seven home last time after finding trouble in the run. Will get back from the wide alley but should be storming home. Not the worst. BARJAS (W E Smart) 4m By Hussonet Rezidencia (3:0-0-1): Jumped awkwardly when 6-1/2 len 10th (52.5) Al’s Away 1000m Murray Bridge Mdn slow trk July 4 then had support at long odds when 1/2 hd, 1-1/4 len 3rd (57.0) Jewel Of Cadence, Uschrike 1200m Balaklava F&M Mdn slow trk July 18. Improving with racing and should get a nice run here. Rates an each-way chance. LADY ALASKA (D R Jolly) 4m By Reset - Great Manners (5:0-0-2): Jumped awkwardly before finishing 6-1/4 len 8th (57.0) Jewel Of Cadence 1200m Balaklava F&M Mdn slow trk July 18 then ran len, 3/4 len 3rd (55.5) Castano Girl, Khalah Rose 1400m Murray Bridge 2yo+ Mdn dead trk July 25. Fitter for three runs back and found some form last time. Nicely drawn here and must go in. MEADOWS BOO (J W Cornell) 4m By Face Value - Tarnoc (11:0-0-1): Finished 3-3/4 len 6th (55.5) Just Ranger 1111m Gawler Mdn slow trk June 27 before running 3-1/4 len 5th (55.5) Reslenda 1200m Murray Bridge 3yo Mdn dead trk July 25. Hasn’t been disgraced at two runs back from a break and will appreciate the step-up in trip here. Perhaps a place.

Race six REGIMENTAL DANCE (Ms L Treloar) 7m By General Nediym - Ballet Score (23:3-2-6): Hung in then pulled up lame after running 4-3/4 len 6th (55.0) Very Cherry 1524m Sale (68) dead trk June 30 (2011) then struck interference at the start before finishing 7-1/4 len 4th (55.0) Lady La Bend 1100m Ballarat F&M (72) dead trk Oct 20. Having first start for 10 months but she’s smart when right. Look for a lead from the ring. JEWEL OF CADENCE (J F Macmillan) 4m By Oratorio - Star Of Ruby (12:1-0-1): Got blocked for a run when 3-1/4 len 5th (56.5) Brightlands Star 1350m Strathalbyn F&M Mdn dead trk Feb 1 then resumed racing with 1/2 hd win (54.0) Uschrike, Barjas 1200m Balaklava F&M Mdn slow trk July 18. Returned to racing in style and will appreciate the extra trip here. Right in it. JULIE MARIE (T T Oxlade) 5m By Dubai Destination - Kiseki Angel (22:3-7-0): Finished 3-1/2 len 4th (57.0) Elsewhere 1500m Gawler M Hcp-75 dead trk June 13 before running 7-1/4 len 8th (56.5) Extra Virgin 1200m Balaklava F&M (68) slow trk July 18. Firmer surface suits and she goes well here. In the mix.S’AMUSE (R F Moore) 4m By Barely A Moment - Melancholy (16:1-5-1): Followed 10-1/2 len 10th (55.5) Willego 2206m Murray Bridge (68) slow trk May 2 with 7-1/2 len 11th (56.0) Red Typhoon 2500m M’ville Fillies Classic May 12. Coming off a break here and she’s best over more ground. Wait till later. CASTANO GIRL (Ms K Huxtable) 3f By Blevic - Greimota (3:1-0-1): Raced erratically before finishing 1-1/4 len, hd 3rd (55.5) Excell Shoes, Spoilspot 1100m Gawler 2yo Mdn dead trk July 11 then jumped awkwardly before recovering to score len win (53.5) Khalah Rose, Lady Alaska 1400m Murray Bridge 2yo+ Mdn dead trk July 25. Well supported last time and did a good job to get the money. Rate highly again. RUB DOUBT (K & H Frew) 5m By Not A Single Doubt - Ruby’s Our Hope (24:2-3-3): Ran 7-3/4 len 6th (57.0) Independent Air 1200m Murray Bridge (62) slow trk July 4 then beat eight home when 5-1/2 len 6th (55.0) Extra Virgin 1200m Balaklava F&M (68) slow trk July 18. Finally gets back on to a firmer surface here and strikes a very winnable race. Could be the value runner in this. MAWARI (K & H Frew) 4m By Khyber Pass - Twink (9:1-0-1): Beat half the field home when 6-1/4 len 7th (58.0) Lady Francesca 1600m Swan Hill F&M Hcp-62 dead trk June 9 then finished 33-1/2 len 9th (55.5) Grand Sunday 1600m Werribee (62) slow trk June 28. Back on a firmer surface here but hasn’t raced for six weeks. Looking to other. SHARADA (D J Halliday) 6m By Hold That Tiger - Galatea (21:3-1-1): Was vetted after 26-1/2 len last (54.0) Slippery Ninja 1211m Gawler (68) Feb 8 then resumed racing with 8-3/4 len 11th (54.0) Extra Virgin 1200m Balaklava F&M (68) slow trk July 18. Fitter now and drops in grade here. Perhaps a place.

ORCHESTRAL (Simon Casey) 5m By Oratorio - Timbrel (24:2-3-3): Following 1-3/4 len 2nd (55.0) Street Related 1750m Port Lincoln (64) Mar 18 ran 11 len 13th (54.0) Extra Virgin 1200m Balaklava F&M (68) slow trk July 18. Generally improves quickly second-up but may need it weaker. Place looks best.

Race seven ASSO BELLO (D W O’Leary) 8g By Bellotto - Oahu Ace (32:5-4-5): Beat two home when 6-1/2 len 5th (51.5) Brad Star 2400m Morphettville Parks (94) Dec 17 then was spelled after 4-3/4 len 6th (54.0) Fitoussi 2500m M’ville (94) Dec 31. Stayer resuming from a spell and he’ll need racing. Looking elsewhere. UMALUKA (K D Buick) 5g By Umatilla - Miss Maluka (7:2-0-0): Scored 1-1/2 len win (58.0) Sono Piccolo, Wings On Her Feet 1600m Balaklava (68) April 11 then went for a break after running 3-1/2 len 6th (54.0) Ballypatrick 1509m Gawler (86) dead trk April 25. Generally takes a run or two and he’s most effective over more ground than this. Others preferred. FRENCH CHARGE (Scott Trenowden) 5g By Charge Forward - Trois Couleurs (16:3-1-4): Got blocked for a run when 5-1/2 len 8th (60.5) Katunga 1100m Gawler (68) dead trk July 11 then finished 6-3/4 len 7th (55.5) Sono Piccolo 1400m Murray Bridge (78) dead trk July 25. Down in grade here and the blinkers go back on but he needs to lift. Take on trust. MOUNTAIN CAT (Raygan Rayner) 6m By Tiger Hill - Marlboro Hill (16:4-1-2): Was vetted after 5-1/2 len 5th (53.5) Bowerbird 1250m Morphettville Parks F&M (86) Dec 3 then hung out and was vetted again after running 1-1/4 len, 3 len 3rd (56.5) Extra Virgin, Delphere 1200m Balaklava F&M (68) slow trk July 18. Handy mare who ran a super race first-up and worth noting she has a terrific second-up record (3:2-1-0). Ticks a few boxes. VALUE AS (D W O’Leary) 6g By Face Value - As Discreet (21:4-0-1): After 8-3/4 len 8th (53.5) Tabulated 1550m Morphettville Parks (86) dead trk Nov 26 resumed raing with 3-1/2 len 7th (56.0) Belsynd 1050m M’ville (75) slow trk July 21. Wasn’t far away first-up and will appreciate the firmer surface here. Sure to be running on and can place.AMERICAN TRILOGY (Tony McEvoy) 5g By Elvstroem - Clever Zoe (11:1-3-1): Finished 2 len 4th (55.0) Faltastic 1550m Morphettville Parks (75) Mar 10 then was found to be injured after running 4-1/4 len 7th (56.5) Eleftheria 1000m Morphettville Parks (62) dead trk July 19. Had excuses first-up and leading rider replaces claiming apprentice in this. Look for improved showing with the blinkers on. ENERGIZED (G P Moody) 8g By Captain Rio Blusienka (54:4-5-4): Followed nose win (53.5) Gully King, Independent Air 1200m Balaklava E&G (62) slow trk July 18 with 4-3/4 len 4th (55.0) Rescued 1200m M’ville (68) slow trk Aug 1. He’s going super this time in and will come in under the limit after the claim here. Must go in. UMA WAVE (Simon Casey) 6m By Umatilla - Interwave (31:5-4-4): Scored 1/2 len win (54.0) Irish Cheer, Chilli Deva 1206m Murray Bridge (71) slow trk May 2 then finished 7-1/2 len 9th (58.0) Extra Virgin 1200m Balaklava F&M (68) slow trk July 18. Fitter for one run back from a break and she can be competitive here. Worth consideration. TESTANOVA (M A Kavanagh) 4m By Testa Rossa - On Cosmos (9:1-3-1): Ran 1-3/4 len, nk 3rd (54.5) Nodrems, Kooda Dawn 1050m M’ville 3yo (75) slow trk June 30 then finished 4-1/4 len 5th (55.0) Snip ‘n’ Run 1200m M’ville 3yo (75) slow trk July 21. Speedy mare but she just struggles to run this trip out. Don’t dismiss.

Race eight AL CHICAGO (W P Bencic) 6g By Al Maher Lady Bureaucrat (42:4-8-7): Finished 1-1/4 len 2nd (60.0) King Rodney 1400m Port Augusta (59) July 8 before scoring len win (59.5) Dashman, Malebo Magic 1400m Port Augusta (61) July 26. Scored well last time and this looks no harder. Carries the same weight again and looks a key player again.

NARACOORTE gallops THURSDAY MARKAB (Ms L Treloar) 6h By Galileo - Exo (16:2-2-3): Jumped awkwardly when 7-3/4 len 7th (56.5) Underthetuscansun 1300m Hawkesbury (Bm70) Nov 10 then resumed racing with 15 len 11th (59.0) Exalted Wonder 1200m Murray Bridge C2 dead trk July 25. Didn’t get warm first-up and drawn off the track here. Wait till later. RESLENDA (D R Jolly) 4g By Reset - Leyenda (3:1-0-0): Followed 3-1/2 len 5th (57.5) Al’s Away 1000m Murray Bridge Mdn slow trk July 4 with 1-3/4 len win (57.5) Mykonos Sunset, Kirvic 1200m Murray Bridge 3yo Mdn dead trk July 25. Justified his heavy support to win convincingly last time and should handle this step-up in grade. Hard to beat. DASHMAN (R H Wilkinson) 7g By Dash For Cash - Caleb Kwai (23:5-2-4): Followed 7-1/4 len 9th (55.5) Energized 1200m Balaklava E&G (62) slow trk July 18 with len 2nd (58.5) Al Chicago 1400m Port Augusta (61) July 26. Drawn to get a nice run here and rates an eachway chance in this company. GIFT OF KNOWLEDGE (Simon Casey) 8g By Knowledge - Doutole (52:7-1-10): Followed 7-1/4 len 5th (54.5) Handsome As 1400m Morphettville Parks (71) dead trk July 14 with 4-3/4 len 5th (54.5) Sono Piccolo 1400m Murray Bridge (78) dead trk July 25. This is a big drop in grade from his recent racing and he always runs well here. Could be the value runner. IRISH CHEER (Ms S Nolan) 7g By Happy Giggle - Linney Head (41:3-7-4): Ran 2-1/2 len 5th (58.0) Mount Mee Up 1500m Gawler E&G (62) dead trk July 11 before finishing sht 1/2 hd 2nd (58.0) Gauss 1400m Murray Bridge (62) dead trk July 25. Just missed last time but awkward draw here is no help. Perhaps a place. NOTHING SHALL PASS (G P Moody) 9g By Fraar - Amy’s Blushing (48:6-11-3): Following nk 2nd (54.0) Final Command 1600m Balaklava (75) slow trk July 18 finished 7-3/4 len last (56.5) Our Sphinx 1600m M’ville (71) slow trk July 28. Veteran who can find one better but this grade suits and he must be included in the chances. SEVENTH BULLET (Michael Hickmott) 5g By Shamardal - Beat The Bullet (20:3-4-1): Resumed racing with 7-1/4 len 7th (59.0) Ethbaal 900m Murray Bridge (68) slow trk July 4 then jumped awkwardly when 6-3/4 len 8th (59.5) Energized 1200m Balaklava E&G (62) slow trk July 18. He’ll be much improved by two runs back on slow tracks and could be the big improver here on top of the ground. Drops 4kgs after the claim and makes appeal at odds. LITTLE ADAM (K & H Frew) 8g By Adam Special Sculpture (47:6-7-5): Was spelled after 12-3/4 len 10th (57.0) Methuselah 2000m Ararat (62) dead trk Jan 16 and resumed with 2-1/2 len 8th (55.5) King Rodney 1250m Morphettville Parks (71) dead trk July 19. Wasn’t far away first-up and better suited over this trip. Not the worst. SARI BAYIR (W E Smart) 5g By Refuse To Bend - True Blue Spirit (12:3-1-1): Resumed racing with 8-1/4 len last (59.0) Club Ha Ha 1215m Balaklava (62) slow trk June 21 then finished 13-3/4 len 13th (59.0) Gauss 1400m Murray Bridge (62) dead trk July 25. Hasn’t got warm in two runs back from a back and hard to get enthusiastic about his chances here. ALLEZ TARA (J R Croucher) 5g By Song Of Tara - Fairy Rose (11:1-1-1): Nice effort when 6-3/4 len 5th (57.0) Independent Air 1200m Murray Bridge (62) slow trk July 4 then jumped awkwardly and stormed home for sht 1/2 hd, len 3rd (57.0) Gauss, Irish Cheer 1400m Murray Bridge (62) dead trk July 25. Two runs back from a break from wide barriers have been excellent. Goes close here with any luck in running. TREEOVUS (Kerrie Van Tijn) 7g By Fraar - Zerbinetta (51:4-5-6): Finished 7 len 2nd (54.0) Birdman 1700m Gawler (68) dead trk July 11 before running 5-1/4 len 6th (56.0) Elsewhere 1550m Morphettville Parks (62) dead trk July 19. Honest galloper who gets in with no weight here and he’s drawn to get a lovely run. In the mix. NOTONMATCHDAY (R J Moore) 6g By Hemingway - Como (31:2-4-5): Hung in when 3-3/4 len, 2-1/4 len 3rd (55.0) Beearch, Delcanos 1600m Murray Bridge C2 slow trk July 4 then finished 9-3/4 len 9th (55.0) Gauss 1400m Murray Bridge (62) dead trk July 25. Doesn’t win out of turn and wide alley here is no spoil. Looking elsewhere. SACHSE (Peter Macdonald) 7g By Happy Giggle - Lords Favour (45:3-4-4): After 1-1/4 len, lg nk 3rd (54.0) Where’s My Wagon, Fast Eddie 1385m Kingscote (64) Feb 19 resumed racing with 14-3/4 len 13th (54.0) Energized 1200m Balaklava E&G (62) slow trk July 18. Can mix his form and others look better suited here. Not likely.



Daily Double: 5, 6 Extra Double: 1, 2 Treble: 4, 5, 6 Quadrella: 3, 4, 5, 6 First Four: All Races Fixed Odds: All Races

Rail: Is in the true position. Track: Heavy (8). Weather: Fine.

1.33 Ogilvie Group/Mullinger Park Stud 1000m


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056s0 My Way twh (3) J Toeroek (a2) 59.5 s5110 My Last d (2) Ms H Mc Kechnie 57.5 s3835 Statue Of Glory td (1) W Kerford 57.5 515s8 Encosta Delight tw (4) J Potter 55.5 MY LAST, My Way, Statue Of Glory, Encosta Delight

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2.08 Egremont Pastoral Co. Plate 1000m


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Faithful Jester (2) P Marks 58 5.00 It’s Just Oscar (6) Ms K Walters 58 7.00 87979 Delicious Shot (10) Ms J Kah (a2) 56 8.00 Fashion Flair (11) Ms A Herrmann 56 8.00 s670s Front Pew (1) Ms H Mc Kechnie 56 9.00 7365s Jenna Bella (5) Ms J Frew (a4) 56 7.00 3 Kirvic (7) J Frew (a) 56 3.50 787s0 Shadow Land (4) A Patterson 56 13.00 07 She’ll Be Jake (9) W Kerford 56 13.00 s3605 Smooth Excelerator (8) D Tootell 56 11.00 6s5 Weather Chic (3) Ms M Tyndall (a1.5) 56 5.50 FAITHFUL JESTER, Kirvic, Weather Chic, It’s Just Oscar

2.43 Richard Harvie & Family Plate 1430m


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07s Linka (8) Ms K Walters 58 15.00 0090 Mels Last Stand (7) 58 11.00 76578 One Up One Down (5) P Marks 58 3.00 s45s0 Poppa Tom (6) J Frew (a) 58 8.00 76807 Practice Bid (2) S Harrison 58 5.00 s909P Green Waters (4) Ms A Herrmann 56 7.00 00588 Legal Linda (1) C Lever 56 9.00 437 Spanish Vixen (3) D Tourneur 56 2.25 SPANISH VIXEN, One Up One Down, Linka, Practice Bid




Hampy Downs Handicap (Apprentices can claim) Rating 65 $8,000

1 76007 Tuscan Prince tdw (5) Ms H Mc Kechnie 59 6.00 2 P63F1 Half Moon Rising cdw (6) Ms A Herrmann 58.5 3.80 3 25373 Back Tracks tcw (3) P Marks 56.5 2.80 4 17897 Okaman (4) Ms J Kah (a2) 56 7.00 5 30005 West Ho dw (8) D Tourneur 54.5 11.00 6 84025 Delcanos tw (1) B Claridge 54 3.20 7 0s309 Oceans Of Gold h (2) Ms K Walters 54 11.00 8 66668 Mr Maltika w (9) Ms M Walters 54 15.00 9 08058 Pickme w (7) A Patterson 54 17.00 BACK TRACKS, Delcanos, Half Moon Rising, Tuscan Prince

4.00 F. B. Lock & Sons Handicap 1430m


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21s03 Feeling Invincible (3) P Marks 60 s157s Cadgee Flyer dwh (4) C Lever 59 1s392 Dashman dw (10) Ms J Kah (a2) 59 09870 Carthy Road tw (1) Ms A Herrmann 58.5 486s5 Midnight Rebel dw (9) D Tourneur 57.5 82144 Cruz’n Now dw (11) J Toeroek (a2) 57 s0020 Missionary Man (12) A Patterson 56 32s93 Kiora w (6) Ms M Tyndall (a1.5) 55.5 5656s Tonto’s Pride twh (2) B Claridge 55.5 1758s Magic Pulse dh (7) Ms H Mc Kechnie 55 376s0 Simply Aussie w (5) Ms K Walters 55 0s0s0 Cabernet Now (8) D Tootell 54 CRUZ’N NOW, Kiora, Dashman, Feeling Invincible

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FEELING INVINCIBLE (M A O’Leary-Mount Gambier) 5g Invincible Spirit (IRE)-Sal’s Belle (10:2-2-2 $28,425): Cd 58.5kg(8) 11-1/2 len 13th Melete(58.5kg) 1200m 1:14.06 Casterton Hcp (68) heavy trk June 24. Cd 56kg(6) 4 len 1-1/4 len 3rd Italian Machine(58.5kg), Honour Jacko 1400m 1:30.12 Warrnambool (Bm72) heavy trk July 28. CADGEE FLYER (Ms S Jaensch-Naracoorte) 6g Untouchable-Divinyl (NZ) (18:2-2-2 $18,535): Cd 59kg(8) 4 len 5th The Shank(58kg) 1400m 1:30.13 Warrnambool Hcp (62) heavy trk June 26. (Struck interference at start.) Cd 56kg(4) 6-3/4 len 7th Fine Calibre(55kg) 1600m 1:38.87 Warracknabeal Hcp (68) dead trk July 9. DASHMAN (R H Wilkinson-Murray Bridge) 7g Dash For Cash-Caleb Kwai (23:5-2-4 $36,100): Cd 55.5kg(3) 7-1/4 len 9th Energized(53.5kg) 1200m 1:13.77 Balaklava E&G Hcp (62) slow trk July 18. Cd 58.5kg(5) len 2nd Al Chicago(59.5kg) 1400m 1:23.03 Port Augusta Hcp (61) July 26. CARTHY ROAD (M A O’Leary-Mount Gambier) 6g Face Value-High Butterfly (28:4-5-3 $35,572): Cd 55.5kg(2) 3-1/2 len 7th Wilful Lad(55kg) 2050m 2:12.48 Mt Gambier Hcp (72) slow trk May 20. (Struck interference at start.) Cd 57kg(5) 8-3/4 len 12th Sayangku(57.5kg) 2100m 2:14.63 Swan Hill Hcp (62) dead trk June 8. MIDNIGHT REBEL (D M Noonan-Stawell) 6g Honours List (IRE)Mezentseva (26:2-4-6 $30,717): (Struck interference near 400m.) Cd 57kg(13) 1-3/4 len 6th Reel’emin(60kg) 1400m 1:25.05 Hamilton Hcp (58) dead trk Feb 5. Cd 58.5kg(9) 4-1/4 len 5th Fashion Wah Wah(53.5kg) 1200m 1:17.20 Warrnambool Hcp (62) heavy trk July 28. CRUZ’N NOW (D L Hewitt-Karoonda) 5g Street Cry (IRE)-Just Do It Now (38:3-2-3 $46,750): Cd 56.5kg(6) 8-1/2 len 4th Birdman(57.5kg) 1700m 1:46.75 Gawler Hcp (68) dead trk July 11. Cd 58kg(9) 2 len 4th Gauss(54.5kg) 1400m 1:29.09 Murray Bridge Hcp (62) dead trk July 25. MISSIONARY MAN (A J Clark-Hamilton) 5g Foreplay-Impala Star (16:13-2 $24,550): Cd 66.5kg(7) lg nk 2nd Delago Dusk(64kg) 1200m 1:17.11 Warrnambool Hwt (62) heavy trk July 7. Cd 57kg(6) 7-1/2 len 12th Half His Luck(60kg) 1100m 1:04.99 Bendigo Hcp (C1) dead trk July 22.

KIORA (M A O’Leary-Mount Gambier) 5m Blevic-Qu’appelle (9:1-3 $20,185): Cd 56.5kg(12) 10-1/4 len 9th Koe(57.5kg) 1200m 1:10.6 Warracknabeal Hcp (62) dead trk July 8. Cd 55kg(13) len 2-1/2 l 3rd Fashion Wah Wah(53.5kg), Little Miss Amur 1200m 1:17.2 Warrnambool Hcp (62) heavy trk July 28. TONTO’S PRIDE (Ms S Jaensch-Naracoorte) 5g Face Value-Lumber (16:2-1-2 $15,486): Cd 57kg(5) 3-3/4 len 5th Sisula(56.5kg) 1850 1:58.79 Edenhope Hcp (58) dead trk Mar 24. Cd 56kg(6) 5-1/2 len 6 Nothin Leica Flash(56.5kg) 1700m 1:45.59 Penola Hcp (65) April 8. MAGIC PULSE (Ms S Jaensch-Naracoorte) 4m Magic Albert-Rosa Dream (10:1-0-0 $8,230): Cd 54kg(12) 3-1/4 len 5th Bachel Royal(58kg) 1700m 1:44.48 Warrnambool Hcp (C1) dead trk May Cd 54.5kg(12) 6-3/4 len 8th Lucky Penny(56kg) 1600m 1:37.76 M’vi Laelia Stakes May 12. SIMPLY AUSSIE (G C Smith-Casterton) 8g Song Of Tara (IRE)-Oui O (26:1-4-4 $21,052): Cd 56kg(11) 3-1/2 len 6th Train Crusher(58.5k 2200m 2:19.13 Hamilton Hcp (62) Sept 26. Cd 57.5kg(6) 18-1/4 len La Royals(56.5kg) 1400m 1:27.76 Mt Gambier Hcp (59) slow trk May 20 CABERNET NOW (D L Hewitt-Karoonda) 10g Happy Giggle-Babe (NZ) (52:3-3-3 $24,840): (Slowly away.) Cd 54kg(14) 7-1/2 len 15 Hillfire(58.5kg) 1050m 1:02.93 Oakbank Hcp (68) dead trk Mar 17. C 54kg(3) 11-1/2 len Last Belsynd(54kg) 1050m 1:04.29 M’ville Hcp (7 slow trk July 21.



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5061s Jesta Tiger dh (7) C Lever 59 04402 I’m Smokin dw (8) B Claridge 58.5 17s85 Rossconi (5) Ms H Mc Kechnie 58.5 418s4 Lucieton Lad (11) S Harrison 58 1470s Bojani (9) Ms A Herrmann 57 261s0 Joint Venture (1) Ms K Walters 57 9379s Midnight Bus w (3) P Marks 57 57s80 Serious Danger dw (2) J Frew (a) 57 s4880 Iam Toby dw (13) A Patterson 56 74010 Six Stitcher d (10) D Tourneur 56 42539 Flirty Martini (6) 55.5 90s86 C’mon Now (4) J Toeroek (a2) 54.5 095s0 Magnetic Annie (12) J Dertilis 54 JESTA TIGER, Rossconi, I’m Smokin, Lucieton Lad

8.0 3.0 3.5 9.0 8.0 13.0 15.0 13.0 21.0 8.0 9.0 17.0 17.0

JESTA TIGER (Ms S Jaensch-Naracoorte) 5g Hold That Tiger (USA)-Qu And Jest (9:2-0-1 $22,425): (Ran wide during race.) Cd 58kg(4) 7-3 len Last Justonetwomany(58.5kg) 1200m 1:11.05 Naracoorte E&G H (59) Jan 2. Cd 57kg(4) 3/4 len win Alsette, Graceful Edge 1400m 1:25.2 Mt Gambier Hcp (59) Jan 22. I’M SMOKIN (D N Kolpin-Mount Gambier) 6g Oamaru Force-Smok Indian (20:2-5-3 $24,585): (Jumped awkwardly.) Cd 55kg(1) 5-1/2 l 10th Melete(58.5kg) 1200m 1:14.06 Casterton Hcp (68) heavy trk Ju 24. Cd 55kg(7) 1-3/4 len 2nd Exalted Wonder(54.5kg) 1200m 1:13.9 Murray Bridge Hcp (C2) dead trk July 25. ROSSCONI (D I Dodson-Telopea Downs) 5g Bianconi (USA)-Volta Spirit (6:1-0-1 $6,720): (Slowly away.) Cd 58kg(13) 4-1/4 len 8 Chicanes(58kg) 1300m 1:21.34 Mildura Hcp (58) slow trk July 16. C 59.5kg(4) 4-1/2 len 5th Coroico(60kg) 1200m 1:13.24 Mildura 3yo+ E& Hcp-58 dead trk Aug 6. LUCIETON LAD (R J Wilson-Mount Gambier) 6g Musee D’Orsa Lucieton Lady (13:1-2-1 $12,150): Cd 57kg(6) 7-3/4 len 8th Count Run(58kg) 1700m 1:44.42 Penola Hcp (65) Nov 13. (Struck interferen at start.) Cd 55.5kg(3) 5-1/4 len 4th Exalted Wonder(54.5kg) 1200 1:13.96 Murray Bridge Hcp (C2) dead trk July 25. BOJANI (M A O’Leary-Mount Gambier) 4m Face Value-High Butterf (6:1-0-0 $8,085): (Struck interference near 200m. Struck interferen near post.) Cd 56.5kg(1) 2-1/4 len 7th More Than A Monty(58kg) 1400 1:24.66 Hamilton 3yo+ F&M Hcp-62 dead trk Mar 19. Cd 55.5kg(8) 7 l 11th Olympic Joy(57kg) 1430m 1:26.22 Naracoorte Hcp (65) April 1. JOINT VENTURE (Wayne Walters-Mt Gambier) 5m Rohatyn (NZ)-Sure Express (11:1-5-1 $13,783): Cd 53.5kg(7) 2-1/2 len win Notiestw Little Villain 1450m 1:28.93 Edenhope 3yo+ Mdn dead trk Mar 24. C 56.5kg(15) 15-3/4 len 13th Fashion Wah Wah(53.5kg) 1200m 1:17.2 Warrnambool Hcp (62) heavy trk July 28. MIDNIGHT BUS (M A O’Leary-Mount Gambier) 6g Distant Music (USA Move Over Darling (20:2-1-2 $22,795): Cd 55.5kg(9) 5-1/4 len 7 Bredlign(56kg) 2000m 2:04.99 Naracoorte Hcp (68) April 1. Cd 55kg( 8-3/4 len 9th Half Moon Rising(58.5kg) 2000m 2:07.42 Naracoorte H (59) April 22. SERIOUS DANGER (K & H Frew-Murray Bridge) 6g Noverre (USA)-Tiv Queen (25:3-2-2 $29,100): Cd 56kg(8) 4-1/2 len 8th Eleftheria(55k 1000m 1:00.47 Morphettville Parks Hcp (62) dead trk July 19. C 58kg(6) 9-3/4 len Last Drifting Spirit(54.5kg) 1228m 1:16.14 Gawl 4yo+ Hcp (59) dead trk Aug 2. IAM TOBY (M W Smith-Casterton) 5g Terrific-Chelise Marie (10:1-0 $13,450): Cd 57.5kg(3) 7 len 8th Union Rep(58.5kg) 1400m 1:28.0 Mt Gambier Hcp (59) slow trk May 20. Cd 56kg(1) 15-3/4 len 14 Gauss(54.5kg) 1400m 1:29.09 Murray Bridge Hcp (62) dead trk July 2 SIX STITCHER (S Cooper-Geelong) 9g Over-Kumazan (60:5-2-1 $84,260): Cd 54kg(1) 1-1/2 len win Belahina, Rouen 1200m 1:12.8 Geelong Synthetic Hcp (58) July 17. Cd 55kg(2) 6-3/4 len 10th Gon Be A Rokstar(60kg) 1100m 1:04.59 Geelong Synthetic Hcp (62) July 2 FLIRTY MARTINI (Paul A Jones-Stawell) 5m Barely A Moment-Jug F (18:1-2-1 $14,975): Cd 54.5kg(15) 3-1/2 len len 3rd Half His Luck(60kg Oh Teary Me 1100m 1:04.99 Bendigo Hcp (C1) dead trk July 22. C 55kg(3) 8-1/2 len 9th Fashion Wah Wah(53.5kg) 1200m 1:17.2 Warrnambool Hcp (62) heavy trk July 28. C’MON NOW (D L Hewitt-Karoonda) 7m Foxhound (USA)-Just Do It No (28:2-1-1 $20,760): Cd 54.5kg(4) 8-1/2 len 8th Independent Air(56.5k 1200m 1:14.91 Murray Bridge Hcp (62) slow trk July 4. Cd 54kg(1) 7-1 len 6th Exalted Wonder(54.5kg) 1200m 1:13.96 Murray Bridge Hcp (C dead trk July 25. MAGNETIC ANNIE (L F Porter-Colac) 4m Barely A Moment-Taipan Ann (4:0-0-0 $500): Cd 56kg(1) 15-3/4 len 5th Defonet(58kg) 1200m 1:12.5 Hamilton 3yo+ Mdn dead trk Feb 5. Cd 56kg(8) 8-3/4 len Last Lei Duel(56kg) 1100m 1:05.39 Bendigo 3yo Mdn slow trk July 22.


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Brad Hunt - Gawler Central

with Graham Fischer and Mike Teakle The Tigers took home the trophy for the second year in a row thanks to their threepoint win orchestrated by Mathew Nitschke. Chris Gerhardy showed he’s lost none of the skills that made him a gun in his younger days. There was a rumour

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Net that fish

THE Barossa Rams returned to the winners’ circle at the weekend courtesy of a 17-7 win over North Eastern Districts. Matt Muchamore led the way as the Rams best with James Warner and Scott Wylie both crossing for a try each while Warner nailed both conversions

and a penalty kick to give the rams a much needed result.

> Hockey THEY may not have finished on the podium but the SA country men’s hockey team fought back in the second half of the Australian country hockey tournament to finish a credible fourth. Wins over the Australian Defence Force (5-2) and Victoria (2-0) placed the Croweaters fourth at the end of the minor round before they lost 0-3 to a powerful Western Australian team that would go on to win the title. This pitted the SA boys against Queensland in a playoff for third place. Queensland took the honours 2-8 but the score blew out with four goals coming in the last 15 minutes. AMU’s John Gibson was the equal highest goal scorer for the team (four goals) for a team that did well against all sides except the two powerhouse hockey states Qld and WA.

> Netball GOOD luck to Kapunda’s Lee-Anne Cummins who coaches Health and Life Phoenix in the Subway Cup state league grand final on Friday night against ETSA Contax. WH1841332


that Allan Norton gave a handpass inside the 50 metre arc, however we’re willing to put it down as a fumble to keep intact Nort’s perfect record of never handballing near goal. Peter Antonie provided the most spectacular play of the day while chasing a loose ball towards an open goal face only to lose balance under pressure from Gerhardy slamming his knee into the turf and almost performing a ‘Leigh Matthews’ on the goal post. Angaston’s Stewart White was disappointed to learn there were no dream team points on offer after racking up three handballs in four seconds and still having possession of the ball. Special mention goes to Adam ‘Puggy” Jenkins who travelled back from northern WA for the game and was named best for the defeated Panthers.

Your Guide to the Tides

Brad Hunt plays football for Gawler Central. Where have you played your football? Central District Football Club and Gawler Central Football Club. Relationship and employment status: Taken. Work, what’s work? Who are key players at your club? Clinton Hill, Lukey Howard and Tom “Batista” Princiotto. What is your most important attribute? Hands. Who is a character at the club and why? Tyler “Mr Miyagi” Hutton simply because he’s not on this planet. Who is the best player you have played with and against? With Jason “loves me mates” Blakemore and against - Nathan “big fella” Bartsch but will be playing with Jason Akermanis. Who are your sporting idols? Jimmy Bartel, Kelly Slater and Aaron King. Any superstitions? None. What event has inspired or amazed you? Olympics and AFL grand finals. If you were Prime Minister what issue would you address? More public holidays. Major influence in your football? Matthew “Hermie” Herrman, the old lady, the old fella and Luke “Flea” Habel. Pet hates on the football oval? Joel Oxenham. Favourite actor and movie? Will Ferrell. Remember The Titans. If someone had to play you in a movie who would it be? Channing Tatum for sure.

Greatest moment and disappointment? Captaining the u18s at Central District. Disapointment - losing three footy grand finals in a row. How would you spend a million dollars? One wild weekend with the lads. What other sport would you love to be the best in the world at and why? Surfing. Get to see some pretty awesome places.

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By LUBIN PFEIFFER IN THIS modern era of catch, photograph and release you need to be able to net fish properly. There are a few small things that will make netting your fish so much easier.The first thing to consider is what type of net to use where. For an all round starter I would always use a knotless net regardless of its size, shape or colour. When chasing fish such as snapper and kingfish you will obviously need a big net, but more importantly you will also need a net that has large enough holes in the mesh to allow the water to pass through. Hard-running tides and unwilling fish are difficult factors to contend with when you’ve got your prized capture on the line so having a net that is easy to drive through the water is a must. Rubber-coated nets come in to their own when you are using lures. The

rubber coating prevents the treble hooks of the lure from getting caught up in the netting. This is especially handy when fishing for callop, trout or redfin where small trebles on lures can take forever to remove. This is made even worse when there is another quick opportunity for a fish and you are too busy untangling the mess. Rubber nets are also much kinder on the fish. Always select a net for your chosen type of fishing and it is sometimes necessary to own multiple nets so you’ve got your bases covered. No point in netting trout with the snapper net and vice versa. Fish should always be netted head first where possible. Wait for that clean shot opportunity and let the fish swim a little longer if you can’t get it first time. Lift positively when that head makes in to the net and secure your catch. Tight lines until next week.

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

Pt Adelaide AUG


7 WE

0118 0725 1327 1855

0.57 1.32 0.81 1.29


0129 0759 1410 1912

0.57 1.38 0.88 1.15

0140 0841 1511 1918

0.59 1.41 0.95 1.01

0146 0938

0.64 1.43

0129 1059

0.67 1.44

12 MO

0019 1207 2332

0.65 1.45 0.58

13 TU

1321 2340

1.47 0.53

7 WE

0033 0647 1247 1845

0.37 2.33 0.57 2.29


0053 0716 1318 1909

0.37 2.36 0.63 2.18

0114 0744 1349 1933

0.40 2.36 0.73 2.04

0137 0815 1424 1958

0.48 2.30 0.86 1.85


0200 0851 1508 2018

0.63 2.16 1.06 1.60


12 MO

0219 0940 1658 1916

0.86 1.95 1.30 1.32

13 TU

0142 1331 2209

1.12 1.79 0.95


9 FR

10 SA

11 SU



9 FR



*Please note - Add 1 hour for daylight savings ‘Tidal predictions supplied by the National Tide Facility. The Flinders University of South Australia, Copyright Reserved’

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Bulldogs’ ‘bite’ too much for Kapunda BAROSSA District brought Kapunda’s ten game win streak to a sudden halt with a comprehensive 75-point win at Williamstown on Saturday. The Bulldogs entered the contest without key big man James Angus due to work commitments but that did little to dampen their enthusiasm. The recent return of Ross Christie and Adam Spencer has injected a new sense of belief into the Bulldogs. Christie’s job in the ruck was made easier when Kapunda ruckman Jason Mackenzie suffered a groin injury five minutes into the contest. Later in the first half Mackenzie’s ruck partner Toby Johnson took a heavy blow to the kidney region which, combined with the loss of speedy midfielder Paul Anderson with a concussion in the first term, left the Bombers unsettled. For the Dogs, a solid first term flowed into an excellent six-goal second term that gave them a four-goal buffer at half-time. Jesse Aish started the game on a wing with a tag but was able to break free to kick a goal in the opening quarter before being moved to full forward where his pace

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allowed him to outplay his opponents on his way to three goals. The small forward option paid dividends for the home side with Paul Stelzer (five goals) playing permanently in a forward pocket. “I was coming back from an injury and I think they wanted to ease me in by playing in a pocket rather than the midfield,” Stelzer said. “It helps that we’ve got so many options to rotate through the middle.” Aish and Stelzer, combined with gun centre half forward Heath Commane’s eight-goal haul, almost doubled the Bombers’ score. At the other end of the ground Launce Kent did a shutdown job on Kapunda spearhead Wes Farley, holding him to just one goal, just the fourth time in 2012 that Farley has kicked less than two goals. Another member of Barossa’s defensive unit Darren Sharp who, along with Kent (99 games), will celebrate a milestone in next week’s game at Nuri with his 200th match, was pivotal in holding Kapunda’s forwards at bay but much of the credit for Barossa restricting Kapunda’s explosive scoring must go to their midfield. “Our midfield did a great job of shutting down or slowing the ball movement

into their forward line,” Stelzer said. “We didn’t have any hard tags as such our last month has been built on accountability and respecting our opponents.” For Kapunda, the hit to their percentage is as crucial as not getting the two points. South Gawler sit just one game behind the Bombers but nearly eight per cent better. With the injuries from Saturday, the Bombers are in jeopardy of losing second spot which appeared sewn up just a week ago. “They were stronger at the ball and prepared to work harder than us,” Rodney Brown, Kapunda coach said. “We now have to focus on winning the next few games and then freshen up for the finals.” Brown’s side faces a danger game at home against Willaston before hosting Freeling for the Mickan/Shanahan cup and will have a nervous wait with the bye in the final round. Barossa should win again at Nuri next week and with a big win they could leapfrog South should the Lions falter at Tanunda. While none of these teams can drop out of the four, the fight for positions will prevent teams from being able to rest players leading up to the finals’ series.

EYES ON THE BALL: Brent O’Driscoll of Barossa District is all style kicking forward against Kapunda. Watching on is another Bulldog, Ash Amber.


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