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Mega bucks By GRAHAM FISCHER & JOHN CRAWFORD TANUNDA’S café trade was given a life-saving business transfusion last weekend. From daylight on Friday morning to close of business on Saturday night, Murray Street was awash with coffee and cold drinks leading the charge out of the dining establishments. The BUPA Challenge ride and Stage 4 of the Santos Tour Down Under on Friday followed by the Cruise On hot rod show on Saturday proved an economic goldmine. Every café business along Murray Street reported outstanding sales figures as food and drinks were replaced nearly as quickly as they put on sale. Apex Bakery took more than double its normal takings for a Friday and shop manager Corey Fechner said it was the shop’s biggest day ever. “We struggled - we weren’t anticipating that many people,” he said. “Last time the finish was here in Tanunda, the Bupa Challenge wasn’t here. “We were packed four or five deep from 11am to 3pm. They emptied the drinks fridge twice.” John Radzevicius, of Die Barossa Wurst Haus, said the two events back-to-back had been tremendous for Tanunda. “It is no secret times have been tough in all businesses but the Tour Down Under followed by Cruise On was fantastic,” John said. “Without doubt it was one of the best days in my 16 years here - it was something the Barossa needed.” Alex Mudge, from Nosh, said Friday had been a record trade day. “There was a tremendous atmosphere - simply fantastic,” Alex said. “Cruise On wasn’t quite as busy but still a very good day.” Keils was another business to report a record day with cold drinks proving very popular as well as their coffee, baguettes and toasted sandwiches. Heather from Bean Sejuiced said from opening time at 8.30am on Friday to close of business at 10pm Saturday night it had been “crazy”. The sweet tooths were around, with Carmel from Kathy’s Old Fashioned Sweet Shop recording excellent patronage.


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BANG: French rider Romain Lemarchand ran out of room during Stage 4 of the Santos Tour Down Under. As the peloton swept from Barossa Valley Way into Bethany Road, Lemarchand suddenly found a BMW parked in front of him and with nowhere to go had no option but to run into the back of the vehicle. Fortunately he took no harm. PIC: Michelle O’Rielly.



othing stays the same, of that we can be sure. So from today, the Herald has moved our editorial opinion piece from page 14 up to page 2. In the 2012 revamp of the Herald as we seek to combine the hard copy with the more up-to-date website, the availability of space on this page it made sense to bring the editorial forward. Speaking of change, who would have ever imagined the main street of Tanunda would be filled with about 7000 people watching the end of a bike race? Pretty much all day last Friday riders from the BUPA Challenge cycled up Murray Street to the winning post, and then it was the turn of the pros to race to the finish. The Barossa Valley was alive. For a region which had grown its reputation on the back of the wine industry, this was something different.


JUST as fast as it arrived, the Tour Down Under has left the Barossa Valley for another year, but that doesn’t mean you can’t still catch all the action. Online galleries at can keep you in the loop with all the exciting moments from the race, including our front page photo where one rider came to grief with the rear end of an awkwardly parked BMW. There are also plenty of photos from the Bupa Challenge Tour, so hop online and see if you or any of your friends got snapped by our roving photographers on Friday. This week we have Australia Day giving everyone a public holiday Thursday, so there is plenty of time to get online and check out if you haven’t already. There is even a mobile site that comes up when using a phone or tablet computer, so it is always easy to use and navigate. Inside this edition we find out the Australia Day awards for Light and Gawler Council, but Barossa Council does not announce its awards until January 26. The will be bringing you all the latest news about the Barossa citizen of the year and other awards on Thursday.


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THE Tanunda pool will remain closed, despite a petition asking for it to be re-opened. A group of supporters had presented Barossa Council with a 1466-signature petition asking for the Tanunda pool to be re-opened, but council has stood by its decision to close it. “We, the citizens of Tanunda and the widespread Barossa Valley community, petition the Barossa Council to reverse their decision to close the Tanunda Outdoor Swimming Pool,” read the petition. “We are also very concerned that the Nuriootpa Pool will suffer the same fate. “We do not believe the Tanunda Pool should fall victim to the debt of The Barossa REX.” Council decided in August last year to close the Tanunda pool, with the same motion stating council would continue funding the Nuriootpa pool subject to annual monitoring of its use and sustainability. In a letter to petition instigator Heidi Hore, Barossa mayor Brian Hurn said the Nuriootpa pool had a long-term future in council’s plan. “The continued operation of the Nuriootpa pool is reflected in Council’s approved 10 year financial plan which reflects the continued financial support of that pool for the next decade,” read the letter. “…Council could certainly fund the Tanunda pool if it chose to, however running three separate pool complexes within 10km of one another is something that we believe does not represent best use of ratepayer funds for the entire Barossa Council community, not just those who live in Tanunda.”


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Walking up the main street was tough with people (and bicycles) packing the area. Driving was even worse with cars parked everywhere and what about anyone who wanted to drive from Menglers Hill back to Tanunda to watch the finish - cyclists were swarming like ants to do the same. As soon as the race was over, workmen started dismantling the Santos Tour Down Under infrastructure. But people remained - and here’s a suggestion to organisers. There was a huge buildup to the race but it went so flat after the finish. Even though the pro cyclists and their teams left straight away why not keep the party going? A few bands to keep the day going until sunset, keep the rides out for the children, why does TDU day have to end so abruptly? In keeping with change, this edition is the last for the Herald with Tony Swan as the general manager. His input cannot be understated. Thanks Tony, you can be proud of your achievements but now it is on to a new era and continued growth.

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RARE MOMENT: Anne Hornsey takes time out from her busy schedule.

ANNE Hornsey can be a hard person to catch. It’s not because she’s unsociable - she’s quite the opposite. The Kapunda woman has devoted more than 40 years of her life to volunteering and she revels in it. Her introduction into volunteering began several years ago while living in Sydney. She was part of Rural Youth, an organisation now disbanded, which provided young people with training in a range of skills including organisation and public speaking. It was during a national selection process with Rural Youth she met her husband Robert, an SA representative, and soon moved to his mid north home. Not knowing her new community’s networks and people, Anne soon joined organisations to fit in. She became heavily involved in community groups relevant to stages of her life. She was the first woman on the hospital board and continued the job through the

Another award for Kidman Art Show individual sponsorship to produce and foster a quality art show. Another reason for the art show’s success is the rotary club is now supported by members of the Kapunda Community Art Gallery. Under the guidance of the rotary club, the Kapunda groups work to produce a competition style art show, which attracts about 350 works both locally and throughout Australia. During the 2011 art show about 1000 visitors and locals

were estimated to have attended the opening night and check out the works displayed over a seven-day period in Kapunda. The interest shown meant local businesses were kept busy supplying food, fuel and accommodation. In addition, the event raised funds of about $8000 which will support worthwhile projects for local and international Rotary Programs and part proceeds were given to the Kapunda Community Art Gallery.

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THOMAS Darmody enjoys a challenge or two. The 24-year-old, who lives between Greenock and Kapunda, has been named Young Citizen of the Year for Light Regional Council. Thomas who is a high achiever when it comes to education and sport and music has also been heavily involved in the Rotary Club of Barossa Valley after being selected for the rotary exchange in 2004. Since then he has continued his involvement with the club and last year became a Friend of Rotary. Thomas said he’s now working hard to live out his future plan. He is currently helping on the family farm that produces olives and taking on part-time jobs to set himself up financially. He is also completing a diploma of massage and an advanced diploma of applied science in sport medicine with honours. “Once I have completed these and set myself up I plan to join the rotary club as a full member,” he said. In October, 2011 he joined a team of

SIGHTS SET: Thomas Darmody enjoys working closely with his community. volunteers from the Rotary Club of Port Augusta and travelled to Tulagi in the Solomon Islands where he helped to construct a steel two-bedroom house as part of the Rotarians Against Malaria Program. A program which Thomas said was rewarding.

Thomas has also contributed to the Kapunda and Light Agricultural Society for the past 20 years, and has participated in a wide range of music programs and sporting events. He showed no signs of slowing down even after two knee reconstructions in the past 18 months.


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TWO years on and the Kidman Art Show has again been recognised as Community Event of the Year for the Light Regional Council. According to organisers, the Rotary Club of Kapunda, part of the reason for the biennial event’s success lies in the planning efforts. Rotary members believe if you fail to plan then you plan to fail. Their plan has helped them to secure about $16,500 through corporate and

birth of her first son Daniel. At her peak, Anne was involved between five and seven committees but didn’t see it as work. “Volunteering is important whether you give a little or a lot of your time,” she said. Her greatest interest involves support of the Rotary Club of Kapunda and it’s work to mentor young people. “I like to think I have an eye and open mind to enlist the right young people for programs,” she said. While Anne has attempted to retire from her work with Kapunda High School she can’t bring herself to break all ties. She continues her strong connection with the school as founding board member of the school’s Centenary Foundation as secretary. Anne also welcomed the foundation’s link in 2011 with the Community Education Foundation, which works to foster post school education and community support.

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The Celebrations begin at 8.30am and consist of the presentation of Australia Day Awards to the Citizen of the Year, Young Citizen of the Year and Community Event of the Year recipients for the Light Region followed by a Citizenship Ceremony.

DAY 1 – Greenock Creek to Sydney via plane. Opal Coaches afternoon sightseeing around city. DAY 2 – visit The Rocks, The Rocks Discovery Museum, Susannah Place, a rare surviving example of a simple working-class terrace. After lunch Back on the bus for a ‘scenic route’ back to the hotel via the world famous Bondi Beach. DAY 3 – Circular Quay. A morning coffee cruise on the harbour. Harbour attractions such as the Opera House, the Harbour Bridge and Fort Denison, palatial waterfront homes, parks, beaches and marinas showing Sydney life at its best. After lunch free time to explore, then a Sydney Opera House guided tour. DAY 4 – Brooklyn, launching point for Australia's last riverboat mail and grocery delivery service along the Hawkesbury. Join the Riverboat Postman that provides the daily needs to the population including mail, milk, groceries and newspapers. DAY 5 – On foot for a stroll to the Chinese Garden of Friendship, catch the monorail past famous Sydney attractions, including the Sydney Tower. Final stop at Sydney Aquarium. DAY 6 –Mary MacKillop Place. A museum dedicated to Australia’s first saint, Mary MacKillop, including ‘Alma Cottage’, the house she lived, worked and died in 1909. Back on the bus and past the famous beach Manly, then to Taronga Zoo. DAY 7 – The magnificent Blue Mountains. Visit the Three Sisters, Explorers Tree, Echo Point and the opportunity to travel the Scenic Railway and Skyway (own expense) Stroll through Wentworth Falls, Leura and Katoomba. Enjoy a stop at the Blue Mountains Chocolate Company. Visit the Blue Mountains Botanic Gardens at Mount Tomah. DAY 8 – Visit ANZ Stadium for a guided tour, then shopping at the DFO at Homebush. DAY 9 – Return Home flight to Adelaide.


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Life for Ophie is all about people FOR Ophie Renner, his life is all about people. Whether it is helping children learn, delivering food to needy families or volunteering for a group or committee, Ophie is always the first to put up his hand to help someone else. In honour of all his work in the Gawler community, Ophie has been named as one of the 2012 Gawler Citizens of the Year. Even more remarkable, Ophie is also the 2012 South Australia Citizen of the Year. With a seemingly endless list of community work, it is clear why he has been given such an accolade. Ophie and his wife Ruth have been living in the area for almost 20 years, settling here after Ophie finished his 40-year career as a principal in the education system. Among the numerous roles Ophie holds, he is most proud of tutoring students. Ophie volunteers his time to tutor students who have learning difficulties or just need some extra help. While he tutored 10 students last year and has tutored more than 40 over the years, Ophie insists it is just a hobby for him. “I have got a real love and passion for helping children,” he said.

“They are the future of our communities, our state and of Australia. “An educated nation is one that is rich, vigorous, prosperous and progressive.” Teaching is one of the many passions that run in Ophie’s blood. After graduating from teaching college at 21 years of age, he was sent to a school on the Eyre Peninsula, where he was immediately put in charge. “The school was very run down, but I was amazed that the Director of Education sent me a letter of commendation after three years saying how much I had lifted the school,” he said. While at an Eyre Peninsula school, he found a quote in the school newsletter and now lives his life by it, also teaching it to his students over the years. “I shall pass through this world but once. If there is any kindness and love that I can show to someone, let me do it now. I am not going to pass this way again,” it reads. Ophie has done exactly that, with his life centred on doing things to help other people. The humble Ophie said he was honoured to receive the citizen awards, but heaped praise on the many people who also volunteer their time to help others. “There are so many unsung heroes in the

PASSIONATE: Ophie Renner takes in a quiet moment in his garden.

community and this state who are doing things with no accolades given to them,” he said. “Deep down, I have only one thing in mind - I am interested in people. From the children up to the aged - I am only interested in them. “That will give you the greatest joy in life, to do things for others, not for self, but for someone else.” Ophie lives in Willaston with his wife of 51 years, Ruth, and said he would not be able to manage all he does without her. “I have got to say a big thank you to my

wife, she is my greatest carer, my greatest supporter, encourager, counsellor and mentor,” he said. Other activities Ophie is or has been involved in include: Helping develop a dyslexic support group in Gawler; delivering food for the needy for 15 years; volunteering at the Gawler Health Service; member of the Gawler Para Probus Club; started an Ecumenical men’s breakfast in Gawler; Willaston Neighbourhood Watch member; Immanuel Lutheran School committee chairperson; and Domestic Violence Support committee member.

Australia Day Awards 2012 Gawler Citizens of the Year - Ophie Renner and Molly Sheldon. Commendations to Fred Brooks and Rhonda Fischer. Young Citizen of the Year Bryony Tucker. Corporate Citizen of the Year Lori Smith. Community Event of the Year “Remembering Precious Souls” Community Group of the year Gawler Quilting Circle Light Australia Day Awards Citizen of the Year - Anne Hornsey. Young Citizen of the Year Thomas Darmody. Community Event of the Year 2011 Kidman Art Show. Visit on Thursday for Barossa awards.

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Minister has the final say ANTI-WIND farmers (below) from around the state led a peaceful protest in Adelaide on January 24. About 100 protestors, which included those opposing the proposed wind farm at the Sedan Ranges near Keyneton, joined at the steps of parliament to share their views on wind farms and the introduction of the statewide wind farms Development Plan Amendment (DPA). A member of the Eastern Mt Lofty Ranges Landscape Guardians (EMLRLG) said protestors travelled from the Barossa, Mid North and South East to attend.

Later that evening a public hearing was held at The Mecure Grosvenor in Adelaide where 25 verbal submissions were presented regarding the DPA. Minister for Urban Planning John Rau is expected to have the final say regarding the DPA process at a later date. According to Barossa Council’s senior manager for Planning Services Louis Monteduro, who spoke at the meeting, it was an opportunity for the council to express their concerns over the reforms. The council say the DPA contravenes the intent of the protection legislation of the Barossa Valley. Mr Monteduro explained to the Development Panel Advisory Committee that the protection legislation is trying to steer away from industry and urban sprawl. The Local Government Association and chairperson of the EMLRLG Tony Walker also spoke recommending the process be stopped. Mr Walker said the DPA is flawed. His submission focused on the premise “If wind farm energy is essential - for every 100mw of wind farmed, fossil fuel also has to be there for new or existing wind farms”. “I looked at a few of them (wind farms) logically and you can’t actually say carbon is not used, so the Co2 emissions don’t stack up,” Mr Walker said. While Light Regional Council did not attend the hearing, they provided a response to the Minister after considering the DPA in November 2011. The council said, while they have not seen a Development Application for wind farm development, it expects there may be some interest in this type of development in its district in the future. Verbal submissions made will be placed with submissions to be heard at Port Lincoln and Naracoorte and Peterborough, and a report will be prepared for the Minister for consideration. In other news Light Regional Council will recommend this Wednesday during their ordinary meeting for DP Energy Australia to place a 60 metres pole for wind monitoring at Mosey Road, Bagot Well. The applicant seeks consent to construct the monitoring mast for about three years. Council stressed the proposal does not involve the development of a wind farm, just a single mast to monitor wind speeds in the region.

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THREE-time road race world champion, Oscar Freire (pictured right) , won the Bupa Stage 4 of the Santos Tour Down Under in a frenetic sprint into Tanunda on Friday. The 35-year-old Spaniard led home a break of 50 riders in an exciting finish in front of a massive crowd, boosted by the riders who had competed in the BUPA challenge earlier in the day. “It was a difficult finale,” said Freire. “I knew I had a really good chance to win. The race was hard (so) it was better for me. “I'm happy to score the team's first victory of the year after joining Katusha,” said Freire who was in his first race for the Russian outfit. Respected cycling authority and commentator Phil Liggett said he could only see a rosy future for the Santos Tour Down Under in South Australia. “The TDU continues to climb in popularity and the absence of Lance (Armstrong) did not reflect on the crowds,” Liggett said. “Eddy Merckx proved a huge success and really enjoyed his stay.

“The race, as a World Tour event, is firmly fixed in the calendar and guaranteed sponsorship for another four years from Santos. “I felt it was the most successful edition and comes when Australian cycling is riding the crest of a wave,” he said. Liggett said Australia’s first international team GreenEDGE made its point with its rider Simon Gerrans winning the race and had created a massive interest in the sport in Australia. “Coincidentally, this coincides with the increase in cycling as a pastime around the World, and the BUPA Challenge prompted BUPA to say they are in for the long haul.”




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THE Barossa Valley is home to some of the safest truck drivers in Australia thanks to a simulation training program. Consisting of television screens and a control system, just like drivers have in their truck, the $500,000 simulator is complete with steering wheel, pedals and all the other cabin necessities,. It puts drivers in situations, such as blowing a steer tyre while travelling at 100km/h on a highway, to make sure they know what to do in an emergency. About 15 drivers from McColl’s Nuriootpa base undertook training in the simulator on Thursday. Ron Lewis, McColl’s Transport training manager, said the simulation provided the company’s 300 drivers across Australia with an opportunity to receive world-class training. “It helps ensure that when our drivers are out on the road they are well equipped, well trained and ultimately well prepared,” he said. “Even experienced drivers are unlikely to have been through every kind of driving situation.” The simulation has been previously used to teach drivers to get better fuel efficiency from their rig.

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region is the only one in SA to feature in dedicated master classes. Wine commenter Paul Henry and Appellation executive chef Mark McNamara will promote the best the Barossa and Eden Valley has to offer. Other Barossa and Eden Valley wines will be recognised in other master classes like the ‘Brilliant Wines of SA’ and features the 2001 Heathvale Eden Valley Riesling and the 2011 God’s Hill 3 Rows unwooded Chardonnay, while the 2008 Craneford Voignier and the 2007 will be featured in the ‘Understanding Wine’ master class.


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Debate continues REGARDING Jeff Hansen’s somewhat condescending reply to my earlier letter, I was responding to Mr Wilkes who uses the Old Testament to back up his arguments. Old Testament passages are often quoted by those attempting to “prove” that the Bible states that certain acts will be punished, which is why I argued using passages from Leviticus. As I previously stated, I do not mean any disrespect to people of faith. I believe many use The New Testament as a moral guide and, as such, are not likely to come to the conclusions made by Mr Wilkes. Mr Hansen points out that slavery was seemingly economically necessary and condoned by many in earlier times, and that many slave owners were kind. He may be right in part, but there is much evidence to the contrary. Today, hopefully, most people would find any form of slavery barbaric. So our acceptance of parts of the Bible written in other times is tempered by changes in society. Many people find some of the interpretations of the Bible used by Christian leaders difficult to accept, which often leads to crises of faith.

My studies of the Bible have not been superficial and I uphold many of its values. But I do not blindly accept (as Mr Hansen points out -a thousand years ago people blindly accepted slavery), I do not follow trends, and the context Mr Hansen refers to is the exact issue I was trying to address. He seems to have missed the point. Cathy O’Keeffe Nuriootpa And still continues I reply to Cathy O’Keeffe (Herald, January 11) who gives public expression to her lack of knowledge about the truth of the Word of God. Proverbs 23:23 states “Buy the truth, and sell it not; also wisdom, and instruction, and understanding.” Cathy’s letter is indicative of natural minded persons failing to understand and discern the spiritual purpose, meaning and value of the Word of God. The Old Testament is the New Testament concealed, and the New Testament is the Old Testament revealed. Paul the Apostle explains much on this in Romans, Galatians and Hebrews. It is not really possible to fully understand and gain insight into the Holy Scriptures without

the indwelling of the Holy Spirit: the Spirit of Truth. 1 Corinthians 2: 1016 expounds this requirement more directly, “But God hath revealed them unto us by his Spirit: for the Spirit searcheth all things, yea, the deep things of God.” v14 “But the natural man receiveth not the things of the Spirit of God; for they are foolishness unto him: neither can he know them, because they are spiritually discerned.” Now let’s take an example referred to by Cathy; Leviticus, chapter 23 on the need to keep and celebrate the Sabbath and the penalty of death if this is not done so. Remember, the Law is a tutor unto Christ. Just as the children of Israel could be damned for disobeying the Law, so too this applies in the New Testament. “And he (Jesus) said unto them, Go ye into all the world, and preach the gospel to every creature. He that believeth and is baptized shall be saved; but he that believeth not shall be damned.” Mark 16:15-16. Baptism is of water by full immersion and of the Holy Spirit. The Sabbath of the Old Testament is a legal expression and salvation requirement of what was to come - the Spiritfilled church in which the Holy

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ANGLICAN CHURCH Anglican Parish of Barossa: Angaston: Service at Kapunda 10.30am; Nuriootpa: Service at Kapunda 10.30am; Tanunda: 10am HC MM; Lyndoch: Service at Kapunda 10.30am; SUNDAY, JANUARY 29 Williamstown: Service at kapunda 10.30am. Kapunda Anglican Parish: combined harvest festival for Kap and Barossa parishes 10am at Christ Church, shared lunch. LUTHERAN CHURCH PARISHES Angaston Parish: Angaston: 9am HC; Penrice: Mt Pleasant: 1st Sunday 8.30am, all other 10.30am HC; Keyneton: 9am HC; Eden Valley: Sundays 9am. Enquiries to Hazel Wilton, Warden on 8568 2042. 10am LR; Springton: 11am. Bethany-Tabor Parish: Bethany: 8.30am T, UNITING CHURCH 11am M; Tabor: 9.45am. Barossa Congregations: Combined service and Cambrai Parish: Parish AGM 9am at Sedan. lunch at Nuriootpa with Rev Phil Gardner at 10am. Eudunda Parish: Parish service at Eudunda for Gawler Parish: Gawler: 9.30am Argent, 5pm installation of prinicpal and blessing of St John’s Sanders; Sandy Creek: 9.30am van Dyk; School staff 10am. Williamstown:10am Littleford. Freeling Parish: St Marks, Freeling: 10.45am; Kersbrook: 10am. Enquiries: 8389 3114. Trinity, Rosedale: 8.45am; Wheatfield: 2pm. Light Parish: Kapunda: 9.15am Rev Geoff Gawler: Zion, Pr Geoff Havelberg, Ph 8523 1929. Graetz; Eudunda: 9.30am, Mrs Jennette Mickan. 22B Cowan St, Gawler. 8.45am Morning Praise Mtins, 10.45am Cont W HC. BAPTIST CHURCH Gawler Immanuel: Cnr Second & Seventh Sts, Barossa Community Church: 10am Barossa Gawler.Ph: 8522 6000.Sunday 8.45am, 10.45am. Junction Motel/Conference Centre, Barossa Valley 1st Sunday of month 9.30am. Share-a-meal every Way, Tan, Pastor Richard Ansoul. Ph: 8563 2158. 1st & 3rd Wed 11.45am. Lyndoch Baptist Church: Kauffman Ave, Greenock: Nain: 9am LR; Greenock: 10.30am Lyndoch: 10am. All welcome. Enquiries to Pastor HC; Gnadenfrei: 9am HC. Guest Pastor Pfitzner Tony Edwards on 8564 3001. Kapunda Parish: Allen’s Creek: 9am P; Bethel: 10.30am R; Kapunda: 10.30am HC. CATHOLIC CHURCH PARISHES Langmeil Parish:8.45am T, 10.30am Cont. HC. Northern Light Catholic Parish: Nuri: 1st & 3rd Sat Light Pass Immanuel Parish: Not supplied. 6.30pm, 2nd & 5th Sun 10.30am, 4th Sun 9am; Light Pass Strait Gate: 10am Parish Mission Kapunda: 4th Sat 6.30pm, 1st & 3rd Sun 10.30am, Service Truro B, Australia Day theme. 2nd & 5th Sun 9am; Freeling: 1st Sun 9am, 4th Sun Lyndoch Parish: Not supplied. 10.30am, 5th Sun 5pm; Tarlee: 3rd Sun 9am. Nuriootpa: St Petri: 9.30am combined worship; Parish Office: Ph 8566 2064. Holy Trinity: 11am LR; Ebenezer: 8.30am R; SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST Neukirch: 9am P Traeger. Barossa: 1 Old Kapunda Rd, Nuri; Sat 9.30am Robertstown Parish: Parish service at Family Bible Study, 11am Family Worship. Robertstown 9am HC followed by parish AGM. ASSEMBLIES OF GOD St John’s Parish: St J: 10.30am; Sch: 9am HC. Barossa New Life Centre: Sunday 10am at the St Paul’s Parish:St P: 10.30am C; Gdb: 8.45am T. roundabout, cnr Barossa Valley Way & Siegersdorf Tanunda Lutheran Home: Worship 10.30am. Road, Dorrien. 4pm at Mt Pleasant Anglican Peace Evangelical Lutheran Church: Worship Church Hall, Melrose St. All welcome. Pastor Diane service 10am at the Nuri Senior Citizen’s Centre Pope, Pastor Trevor Auricht. Ph: 8562 3844.

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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, 1st Sunday 10.30am, CWA Hall. Pastor Andrew Amos. Ph: 8566 2148. LYNDOCH FULL GOSPEL FELLOWSHIP MINISTRY Lyndoch Institute each Sunday, 11.30am1.30pm Pastor Ken East ph: 8524 4787.

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Spirit is the refreshing and the rest. To deny the Sabbath or the Holy Spirit will end in death. The Bible is not gobbledegook, but is the Truth that gives unto all who shall believe the means of Salvation “And to you who are troubled rest with us, when the Lord Jesus shall be revealed from heaven with his mighty angels, in flaming fire taking vengeance on them that know not God, and that obey not the gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ: who shall be punished with everlasting destruction from the presence of the Lord, and from the glory of his power;” 2 Thessalonians 1:7-9. Cathy, tolerance is not the pathway to salvation, however, obedience is. Nick Wagner Tanunda Scammers I just had a phone call from a “private” phone number with a very strong Indian accent sounding young man , called ‘Brian’, who said he was calling on behalf of the Australian Government. He said that I was entitled to $5248 as a refund from the Australian Government because the “bank has overcharged fees” to me. I was told to phone 02 8003 4140 to talk to his supervisor (of which there are a few different supervisors that I might talk to) and that I had to give this supervisor an “Application Code” so that they can help me claim my Bank overcharged fee (refund of $5248). He did ask for my birth date to “verify” and also my first name. I believe this is a scam. I believe if I went ahead with this phone call to the NSW phone number, then I am sure that they will want my bank account details and I would end up with my account being emptied. I phoned my bank manager and the bank does not have any notification about such a thing happening and also said to be cautious about this call. Then I received another phone call from the “private” phone number with an irate Indian accented young man asking me why haven’t I called the NSW phone number he gave me a little while ago. He was quite persistent in asked me “don’t I want to receive the money the bank has overcharged me?” I told him I believe he is part of a scam and hung up on him. It looks like these people are determined to try to scam us out of


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our money (ie the money we may have in our bank account). I am very sure the Australian Government or the real banks would not be calling me like this. If anything they would be writing a letter and posting a cheque included with the letter. Please warn your readers about these very insistent scammers. Dagmar via e-mail Revenue grab? While driving to Williamstown recently, we were amazed to notice the straight stretch of the Warren Road between the Gumeracha and Mount Pleasant turn-offs, has had its speed limit reduced to 80km per hour. This, about two kilometres of road, which has broken lines and not double lines, is the only safe place to pass a slow vehicle. As the allowable speed along the rest of Warren Road is 100km-perhour, one has to ask what is going on? Perhaps another handy spot to “revenue raise?” Ms A Hodges Birdwood Population problem With the worrying increase in world population and a proposal to massively increase migration into Australia to support the ageing population, I am wondering if many people can recall an item broadcast by the BBC in 1940? Alistair Cook was famous for his popular ‘Letter from America’. On one occasion he spoke of the rapidly rising population of India. He reported that teams of experts in birth control had gone there to educate the people on safe and effective methods of contraception. This whole scheme was an abject failure. They simply were not interested. The Indians intentionally had multiple children, expecting some of them not to live long, but hoping that enough would survive to support them in their old age. Today’s population will soon exceed that of China. Many other countries have similar problems. So will we heed what history is telling us or will we delude ourselves into thinking that it can’t happen here and bury our heads back into the sands of complacency? Roy Glasgow Willaston

Community News Barossa Valley Solace TWENTY-five Solace members, as well as a new member, were welcomed to The Joy Rice Centre, Nuriootpa by the President to watch a DVD presentation given by Henk van der Wijngaart. The lovely songs, sung by the beautiful Australian singer Mirusia, were thoroughly enjoyed by all, along with the wonderful costumes worn by her and the members of the band. Some of the song choices were Memory, from ‘Cats’, There is a song in me, Botany Bay, Send in the Clowns, Time to say goodbye, and Arve Maria, just to name a few. Andre Rieu was the conductor. Henk followed this with a DVD of four lovely songs sung by Susan Boyle. He received a small thank you gift of appreciation from the group. Frieda Atze was the door prize

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winner. Birthday wishes for the month of January were given to Mavis Eckert and Wally Droegemueller. Raffle prize winners were, June Sibley, Cora Hyde, Rita Kernick, Una Hage, Bernice Falkenberg, Mavis Eckert, Daphne Hage, Ted Stoll, Brian Stevens, Connie Irrgang and Grace Beckmann. Members enjoyed catching up with friends over a pooled afternoon tea. The next meeting will be on Saturday, February 11 at Cromers Crossing for a barbecue lunch at noon. Those attending on the day, are asked to please bring a salad, small plate of afternoon tea, $5 to cover costs, and a chair. Widowed people are always welcome to join the group to share company and thoughts with people who have been through the situation themselves. Please phone 8563 3084 or 8562 3858 for more information.

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Barossa Police report ARRESTS • A 26-year-old Nuriootpa woman was arrested on January 16 for breach of bail and resisting arrest. • A 34-year-old Angaston man was arrested on January 17 for aggravated assault and for carrying an offensive weapon. • A 30-year-old Nuriootpa man was arrested on January 19 for breaching bail/home detention conditions. • A 19-year-old Tanunda man was arrested on January 21 by the Nuriootpa Police for entering a licensed premise as a barred person. • A man in his 20s, of no fixed address, was arrested on January 21 by the Williamstown Police for driving an unregistered vehicle and contrary to a defect notice. • A Stockwell woman in her 20s was

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vehicle was impounded. • A Findon man in his 40s was reported on January 21 by the Nuriootpa Police for driving while unregistered and uninsured, and for pca with a reading of 0.322. The man breached his L licence conditions by exceeding 0.00 and for not displaying L plates and for not having a supervised driver. An instant loss of licence was issued and the vehicle impounded. • A man in his 60s from Yelta was reported on January 23 by the Nuriootpa Police for driving while suspended due to fines. PROPERTY DAMAGE • Unknown offenders damaged a window at a premise on Old Kapunda Road, Nuriootpa, between January 13 and 16.

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arrested on January 21 by the Gawler Police for urinating in a public place, for providing a false name and for a warrant. A Williamstown man was arrested on the same day for a warrant. A male youth from Gawler was arrested by the Gawler Police on January 21 for carrying an offensive weapon. REPORTS • A Gawler man was reported on January 17 by the Gawler Police for property damage. • A 60-year-old Gawler East man was reported by Barossa CIB on January 18 for cultivating cannabis

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also reported for possessing cannabis for sale and prescribed equipment. BREAK AND ENTER • Unknown offenders smashed glass at a Gawler school on January 18. No entry was gained. • Cash was stolen after unknown offenders smashed a window to a business on Jacob Street, Gawler, between January 19 and 20. DAMAGED GOODS • Reticulation equipment was damaged at a sporting club on Dawson Road, Evanston on January 16. Windows and exhaust fans were damaged at a Lyndoch primary school, between

January 1 and 16. A fence was marked with graffiti at a residence on Cheek Avenue, Gawler East, between January 15 and 16. THEFT • Two bicycles were stolen from the front yard of a property on Jermingham Street, Gawler, between January 13 and 14. • Ski equipment and a motorbike were stolen from a home on Holmes Street, Willaston, between January 3 and 16. • A range of items including a GPS, DVD players, camera, wallet and MP3 player were stolen from seven vehicles in the Gawler are between January 19 and 22.

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and prescribed equipment. • A 71-year-old Gawler River man was reported on January 18 by the Gawler Police and Barossa CIB for cultivating cannabis. • A 57-year-old Gawler Belt man was reported on January 18 by the Gawler Patrols and Barossa CIB for cultivating cannabis for sale and prescribed equipment. • An Evanston woman was reported on January 19 by the Gawler Police for aggravated assault. • A 21-year-old Evanston Park man was reported on January 19 by Barossa CIB for cultivating cannabis, and a Willaston man was


ARRESTS • A 36-year-old Willaston man was arrested on January 19 by the Gawler Police for a warrant. • A 24-year-old Gawler man was arrested on January 20 by the Barossa CIB for aggravated assault and theft. • A 22-year-old Willaston man was arrested on January 20 by the Gawler Police for a warrant. • A 52-year-old Evanston man was arrested on January 21 by the Gawler Police for property damage and for a first instant warrant. • A Parafield Gardens man was


POLICE arrested an 18-year-old Gawler man on Saturday following a series of petrol drive-offs from service stations over the past six months. He was charged with seven counts of making of without payment. The offences are alleged to have occurred between July 2011 and January 2012 at various service stations in the northern suburbs. He was bailed to appear in the Elizabeth Magistrates Court in March.

arrested on January 22 by the Nuriootpa Police for failing to cease loiter. REPORTS • An 18-year-old Nuriootpa man was reported on January 16 for property damage to a caravan parked on Elm Street, Nuriootpa. • A 23-year-old Barossa man was reported on January 17 for property damage following an incident at the Carrieton Rodeo on December 27. • A 40-year-old Kapunda man was reported on January 19 for prescribed concentration of alcohol by Nuriootpa Police with a reading of 0.182. An instant loss of licence was issued and the vehicle was impounded. • A Tanunda man in his 60s was reported on January 21 by the Nuriootpa Police for pca with a reading of 0.091. An instant loss of licence was issued and the

POLICE appeal for witnesses after a man acted indecently on public bus that was operating as the substitute for the Gawler line. At about 12.30pm on January 17 a member of the public reported to Mawson Lakes Security officers that a man on the bus was believed to behaving in an indecent manner. The man is described as being about 30 to 35-years-old, of Caucasian appearance, with scruffy short dark hair, an unshaven face and wearing a dark grey top. To assist, contact BankSA Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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PRESENTED in delicate tone-on-tone colour schemes and quality soft furnishings, this quality four-bedroom Tanunda family home is meticulously presented. The contemporary portico home comprises three large separate living areas including a large airy open-plan living with 9ft vaulted ceilings. Whether you’re into a contemporary or classic decor, this truly is a property ‘of all seasons’ to suit every style. The modern kitchen, appointed with quality stainless-steel appliances, contrasting elegantly with off-white cupboards, flows out from a fully tiled combined dining and family area and impresses with ample storage, bench space and a spacious walk-in pantry. Sliding doors seamlessly connect the open-plan living to the outdoor concrete-paved entertainment area. A third living area adjoins the central family room and can be separated with double bi-fold doors for a moment of privacy or to create a home theatre. The parent’s suite features a spacious walk-in robe and large bathroom with two vanity units, all set apart from the other bedrooms for privacy. All other bedrooms are spacious and have built-in robes and are serviced with a large sparkling threeway bathroom. The home is kept comfortable all year thanks to ducted reverse-cycle zoned air-conditioning. For convenience and security there is a two-vehicle garage with electric roller doors under the main roof. The backyard is fully-fenced and there is a powered, fully-lined and insulated shed at the rear of the garden. Centrally positioned within the new Langmeil Estate and surrounded by quality homes, this is a firstclass opportunity for those seeking the conveniences of an outstanding, nearly new family home.

Open: Sunday, January 29. When:1.45pm - 2.15pm.

RIGHT: The quality four-bedroom Tanunda home with large living areas. BELOW RIGHT: One of the spacious quality living areas with a high ceiling and feeling of space.

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What you need to know at a glance Where: 34 Hoffmann Avenue, Tanunda. Price: $ 440,000. Agent: Barossa Real Estate. RLA1997. Contact: Myriam Bultsma on 0427 392 819.


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PENRICE - $399,000-$415,000

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Call Sue 9 Charles Fry Court CATHEDRAL CEILINGS Located in a quiet court and set on 682m2 allotment this home is sure to impress. With 3 Bedrooms, Ensuite, Built in robes, Polished floor,Three way bathroom, Kitchen & Electric appliances, lots of cupboard space, Split system Air conditioning, Open plan lounge, fam & Dining, Carport, Double Garage & double attached Carport.The list goes on.

Sue Schugmann 0419 850 408

LYNDOCH - $399-$420,000

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12 Rounsevell Road GORGEOUS OUTLOOK!

100 Penrice Road MODERN BLUE STONE COTTAGE Bluestone frontage with quoins, 4 bedrooms, Ensuite & WIR, Built in robes, Separate lounge room, Kitchen, gas cooking, Dishwasher, Open plan Dining and Family, Ducted R/C Air, plus Combustion Heating, Carport with roller door, Full length verandah, 10x4 m Shed, Rain water tank.The list goes on.Within walking distance to Angaston. Sue Schugmann 0419 850 408

Set in a quiet family friendly street this is the ideal home for the first home buyer. Incl.3 bedrooms,bathroom and sep.toilet, airy open plan living, kitchen/dining area ,separate family room with combustion heater and lock-up garaging. The lovely wide pattern paved verandah in the front overlooking vineyards and Barossa Ranges is the perfect spot to relax on those balmy summers` night. Myriam Bultsma 0427 392 819

4 brm brick veneer home set on a large 5150m2 (approx) block. Separate lounge room, kitchen/ family/ meals area, bedrooms 1, 2, and 3 all with BIR, three way bathroom, slate flooring, outdoor entertaining area, 3 garden sheds and ample r/w.



TANUNDA - $242,000


Peter Fairweather 0415 825 420



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7 Robert Ross Drive SPACIOUS FOUR BEDROOM HOME 42 Solar Panels, ensuite & wir, Large separate lounge, Flat screen TV & Entertainment, Large kitchen, Spacious open plan family & meals, Ducted R/C A/C, Extra large double garage umr, Rear veranda, Established gardens & fruit trees, Rain water tank, Set in a great location on a 772m2 block. Sue Schugmann 0419850408

10 William Gilbert Road ENVIABLE FAMILY LIFESTYLE PROPERTY Set on a gorgeous 5acres (approx) of elevated land surrounded by lush green lawns and towering gums this home has all of the “I wants” a family could ask for – 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, spacious modern living, big boys (proper) shed, spectacular entertaining area with wood fire pizza oven and adjoining in-ground pool perfect for the summer months. Peter Fairweather 0415 825 420

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11 Whittaker Street

5/1 College Street


FANTASTIC INVESTMENT PLUS GREAT LOCATION 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, Walking distance to town, very low maintenance, bedrooms have built in robes, good size lounge with feature bay window, kitchen includes a host of cupboard space and pantry with the island bar separating the kitchen from the dining area. Heating and cooling. Garage under the main roof and paved courtyard. Sue Schugmann 0419850408

Spacious 3 bedroom family home with separate lounge room, Kitchen overlooking Dining, walk in Pantry with lots of Cupboard space. Ducted R/C Air Conditioning. Low Maintenance gardens. Garage under main roof with access into the home. Second Driveway for Caravan and within walking distance to Main Street. Be quick for this quality home.

Sue Schugmann 0419 850 408

“The best people in local real estate” Consultant Peter Fairweather 0415 825 420

Consultant Sue Schugmann 0419 850 408

Consultant Sue Fechner 8563 3511

Consultant Myriam Bultsma 0427 392 819

Consultant Elle Moreton 0488 996 566

Property Manager Anne Johansson 8563 3511

8563 3511

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104 Murray St, Tanunda RLA 1997


Real Estate Liftout PROPERTY OF THE WEEK

Typical Kapunda cottage

RELAX: Sit outside on the evening and enjoy the country views.

Little native wilderness THIS ranch-style timber-framed home in Kapunda is surrounded by a real taste of Australia with its leafy and natural sanctuary-like setting attracting birds and wildlife. Situated on 1800 square metres with the option of doubling the land size with a further two allotments, it is a retreat for relaxation and time away from the world and only a short walk from the convenience of main street services. A great place and space for the kids or for those who enjoy the quiet life, this neat decade-old home set back privately behind native tree growth seems to belong in this nook of nature. With timber-style floating floors, open-plan living with a slow combustion fire, ducted evaporative cooling, galley-style kitchen, three-way bathroom and three bedrooms, this home has an airy feel of freedom with sliding glass that takes living out onto the immense elevated rear deck and full length verandah, an idyllic outdoor living space overlooking

the bush-like surrounds. Down some heavy timber slab steps off the rear verandah, the paved and shaded pergola space is semi-enclosed in a sense of greenery and is an ideal alfresco zone for barbecues in the heat of summer. The property’s huge shed with 10 foot sliding entrance and concrete floor provides expansive space to shelter vehicles, a caravan and workshop. Several rainwater tanks are ideal for backyard use and a fabulous chicken coop adds to the idea of semi-self-sufficiency. For those looking for even more space to live their dream, the neighbouring double block is also available and has numerous established fruit trees to enjoy through the seasons and offers the potential to build another dwelling or two. Priced at $245,000. Discover the natural beauty of the lifestyle here and contact Felicity Cock of Homburg Real Estate on 0411 456 266 to arrange your viewing.

KEENLY PRICED: The three-bedroom Kapunda cottage within walking distance of most facilities. DEFINITELY worth a look is this new release in Kapunda. It is a typical three-bedroom freestone cottage, circa 1880 with modern brick additions to rear section. The cottage is situated on the high side of a sealed road in the northern section of Kapunda and is within walking distance of most facilities. Established easycare gardens are a feature and there is a bullnosed verandah with far reaching views over Gundry’s Hill area. A tenant currently resides in the cottage until August 2012 but is willing to stay if agreeable

to the new owners. There is an open-plan kitchen/dining room, a separate toilet and a neat and tidy bathroom. This neat cottage should have a widespread appeal and is keenly priced at $182,750. The owners’ instructions are it’s time to move along and land agent David Mosley says to have a look around Kapunda and try to find a comparable property at a comparable price. Contact David at Hambours Real Estate on 8566 2209 or 0414 917 474 for a strictly private viewing, by appointment.

David Mosley

Hambours R E A L E S TAT E




4 BEDROOM + 2 BATHROOM HOME. 4 brm + 2 bthrm brick home with tiled roof on large block (approx. 1 acre). Circa 1980s. Situated at the Northern end of Kapunda the home boasts a 2 street frontage. Master brm has ens. & WIR. A 12x8m steel frame rear v/dah with alsynite roof. Galv. iron gge with concrete flr. Chook yards, fruit trees & natives. Combustion htr in Lounge. Front v/dah, gdn watering system.

ENJOY THE COUNTRY LIFE. Neat country cottage located on quiet street close to Primary School (circa 1880). This quaint cottage has some original features including a good sized dry cellar. Currently configured as 2 brms + separate teenagers retreat. Established gdns, boys bar-room, rumpus room, upgraded bathroom, dining room, plenty of shedding, chook yards, etc. Ideal for someone on a budget who enjoys the country life - worth inspection. RLA 150685



Asking $265,000


Asking $155,500



GREAT OPPORTUNITY. Here is a great opportunity for a handyman/builder. This 3 brm stonemason-built home on about 180 acres located 5 min. drive from the Sutherlands Hotel on a quiet country road. Craftsman-built with very special features. Mains electricity & water, r/wtr tanks, gas hot wtr & cooking. Still needs some finishing touches but someone willing to do the work will reap the rewards. Further details available to genuine clients. RLA150685 Asking $370,000

No. 3 & No.7 Harriet St, Kapunda. Modern 2 bedroom open plan b/v homes approx. 3 years old. No. 3 is on approx. 390m2 and No. 7 is on approx. 265m2. Both are available vacant possession. Contact David now! RLA 150685. Asking - $176,000 for No.3; $172,000 for No.7

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

Phone David on 8566 2209 all hours

TREES: Part of the outdoor area on the Kapunda property.


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Urgently Required:

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

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Gorgeous settler’s cottage ONLY five minutes to Truro and 15 minutes to the famous Barossa Valley is the tranquil little town of Dutton. If you are searching for safety and security, this little town of Dutton with its country lifestyle would suit. as it is peaceful and quiet and at the same time has easy access to surrounding towns, Adelaide and

At a glance... Where: Lot 42 Truro/Eudunda Road, Dutton. Features: Lots of potential. Price: $219,950. Open: By appointment. Agent: Julie Toth Real Estate. RLA198199. Contact: Julie Toth 0418 853 134 or 8562 4650.

the River Murray. This cute little cottage has been lovingly renovated. Inside features are the solid-stone walls, one bedroom, separate lounge room that can be the second bedroom, openplan kitchen and family room, plus a bathroom with shower cubicle, hand basin and toilet. Outdoor features are the front bullnose verandah, the rear entertaining area, the large 40x20x10 shed with concrete, power and mezzanine floor for storage, garden shed, chook run and about 33,000 litres of rainwater tanks plumbed to the house. There is so much potential with this property on two titles over a large block of about 3000 square metres and being residential you can build another home and rent it out, sell it, or have a member of the family live in it. Suitable for first home buyers or retirees.

PEACEFUL: The cottage at Dutton, close to Truro and not far from the Barossa Valley. RLA198199


Only a year-old

... where people matter NURIOOTPA

$275,000 TANUNDA

4B The Crescent NEW

$277,000 DUTTON

15 Coronation Avenue NEW


42 Truro / Eudunda Road NEW

RESTORED MINERS COTTAGE BRAND NEW HOME QUIET TREE LINED STREET 3 brms, ensuite, walk-in robe, formal lounge, Dble brick 3 brm home on a 780m2 cnr block. Large 1 brm, lounge can be 2nd brm, kitchen/family family/games room, large modern kitchen, lounge, kitchen with pantry, heating & cooling. Dble rm, front & rear v/dah, s/s a/c, gdn shed, r/wtr plumbed to house, 3000m2 allot. double garage, quiet location, low maintenance. gge, estab rear garden with fruit trees & more.


$85,000 ANGASTON $199-$229,000 EBENEZER

NEW 1390M2 BLOCK UNDER $90,000 Large flat land with no encumbrances put on this property by the council with over 30m frontage and over 45m in depth you could dream up your own design (STCC.) Water and power available.

36 Penrice Road


Lot 102 Belvidere Road

CONVENIENT: The three-bedroom Nuriootpa house, only one-year-old.

ANGASTON $195-$210,000 21 Jubilee Avenue GOOD SHEDDING – LARGE LAND VERY AFFORDABLE PROSPECT! WOULD-BE RENOVATORS - LOOK AT THIS! 3 brm duplex/sem-detached solid double Great starter, dble brick home, 2 brms + 50x50 shed, suit earth moving business, brick home, c/port with elec r/door, sheds sunroom, lounge & family living. Needs mechanics or carpenters. 3 brms, 2 20x30 and 20x20. Lots of features. TLC. Split level residential block of 805m2. bthrms, brick home, & more, on 25 acres.


$285-$295,000 EUDUNDA

2 Michael Street

$200-$210,000 EUDUNDA

9 Kapunda Street


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8562 4650 0418 853 134

2/7 Gawler Street, Nuriootpa


BEAUTIFULLY RESTORED 1910 VILLA TWO LARGE BLOCKS WOW SO CLOSE TO TOWN! Two titles, lovely upgraded 4 brm stone home on 1930 Villa in a good condition, 3 brms, 12 ft ceilings, picture rails in every room. 3-4 1 title 1012m2 & established garden on the other lovely upgraded kitchen, sunroom, ducted brms, 2 living areas, country kitchen, new bthrm with spa, front & rear access, 1000m2 allot. title 1150m2. Keep it as a whole or sell one off. A/C, double & single garage, cnr block.

THIS fantastic modern Nuriootpa home boasts three bedrooms. The large double master bedroom has an ensuite and walk-in wardrobe. Bedrooms two and three have walk-in wardrobes and both share a private hallway with the laundry and the neat three-way bathroom has a built-in linen cupboard. There is a comfortable nice-sized formal lounge. The spacious family/games room has an open-plan feeling and adjoins the lovely size gourmet kitchen with a bay window, wide benchtop, stainless-steel stove and rangehood and walk-in pantry, which is every cook’s dream. Cooking and socialising is a breeze while the chef of the house is cooking up a storm and still be involved with family and friends. There is a double garage under the main roof with a double electric

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roller door in the front and a single roller door at the rear for easy access from the back lane. This conveniently located property is situated very close to the library and within walking distant to the new shopping mall, post office and main street. This prestigious house is suitable for retirees and people who have little time for outdoor gardening and maintenance.

At a glance... Where: 4B The Crescent, Nuriootpa. Features: Modern spacious home. Price range: $310,000 to $330,000. Open: By appointment. Agent: Julie Toth Real Estate. RLA198199. Contact: Julie Toth, 8562 4650 or 0418 853 134.

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Relaxed semi rural living and price reduced HERE is a fantastic opportunity to live the good life, but not too far away from shopping, schools and medical facilities. This impressive four-bedroom residence has three living areas, disposed as a formal lounge and dining plus family and rumpus room with glass sliding doors to the outdoor entertaining areas. It is situated at 10 Linda Street, Shea-Oak Log. The master bedroom includes a bay window, ensuite and walk-in robe, plus there is a three-way bathroom to service the minor bedrooms. The kitchen is well-appointed and includes a flat servery, dishwasher, walk-in pantry, rangehood, underbench oven and cooktop. Slow combustion heating in the family area and ducted evaporative air-conditioning are included to keep the house at a comfortable temperature all-year round. There are lovely outdoor areas with native and succulent water-wise gardens designed for easy maintenance, plus there is rainwater and watering systems. This is an ideal property for the family and hobbies with plenty of room for vehicles, pets and leisure activities as there is a double garage with power and cement floor, a carport, two storage sheds plus a fowl run and vegetable patch on the well maintained 5078 square metre allotment. The property, priced at $459,000, is well located for a leisurely lifestyle in a quiet and secluded area, in close commuting distance to Gawler and the Barossa Valley with easy access to the dual highway. For more information or to arrange an inspection contact David Braunack on 0418 841 349. TOP: The impressive residence at Shea-Oak Log, which is an ideal property for the family who like to take part in outdoor activities.

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ABOVE: The spacious lounge area is a perfect place for indoor relaxation and watching wide screen television.

New release


EUDUNDA $300,000

23 Micheal St


NEW RELEASE KAPUNDA 14 Bagot Street $279,000 NEG OPEN SUNDAY 2.15-3.00PM

Well presented spacious 3 bedroom Rossdale b/v house, formal sitting & dine, huge kitchen/family room, ensuite, attractive maintained gardens $300,000 offers encouraged!

KAPUNDA $209,000

15 Robe Street OPEN SUNDAY 3.15-4.00PM


B/V home built 1991 on approx 820m2 corner allot, 3 good sized bedrooms, master with bi robe, spacious sitting room with split system air with tiled floor, family room/dine, bathroom with sep shower, bath, sep w.c. estab gardens.

KAPUNDA $299,950

119 Old Adelaide Rd OPEN SUNDAY 11.00 – 11.45AM A unique sandstone/bluestone family sized home offers 3 bedrooms, 2 x living areas, fantastic cellar/man cave, kitchen, updated wet areas, garage/workshop umr, re-newed wiring and plumbing, wide shady verandahs, over 2000 sqm of established grounds on two titles with shedding and plenty of rainwater storage. Town Centre zoning allows for certain types of business use`s (subject to consents). Steve 0417 811 348

Ideal first Home or DownsizeCompact home, 2 bedrooms with bi’s, 3rd br/craftroom with sep access, new paint and carpets t/out, Feltus kitchen, r/c air cond, close to reserve and walking distance to all facilities

OPEN: The three-bedroom Eudunda house, open for inspection on Sunday. A NEW release is this beautifullypresented three-bedroom brickveneer house in Eudunda. It is on a manicured allotment with fully established easycare gardens, fully maintained lawns and garden beds to suit keen gardeners on about 880 square metres. The Rossdale home was built in 1986 and offers a private master bedroom with built-in robes and ensuite and a formal sitting room. Adjoining is the formal dining room with split-system air conditioner, a huge kitchen/dine area with a tile floor and masses of built-in cupboards. There is a second bathroom with a separate shower, bath and toilet. Outside improvements include a paved barbecue area, a carport

under the main roof and a 20x20 workshop with concrete floor and power. Come to the open inspection on Sunday to see all the features.

KAPUNDA $219,950

Open inspection Where: 23 Michael Street, Eudunda. Price: $300,000, offers considered.

Pick up the phone and be the first to view this 1985 year built brick veneer home, offering 3 brms, updated kitchen & bthrm, o/p lnge/ dine, year round climate control, full lgth paved vdah, attached c/pt, estab grounds, fenced large side yard with toolshed ideal for the kids and dog to run around, total land over 1000 sqm, whether looking for your 1st home, investment property or place to retire with room for the cvan, this one suits many options! See you Sunday.

KAPUNDA $129,950

5 Jordan Street “Live Large” It’s very rare these days to come across a large centrally located residential building allotment ! Just over 1500sqm with water and effluent connected, definitely room here to do your own thing. Situated at the end of a quiet culde-sac on the high side of the well serviced Kapunda township. For more details phone Steve 0417 811 348.

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View: Sunday, January 29.;

Professionals Kapunda

When: 1pm - 1.45pm. Agent: Professionals Kapunda / Eudunda.

Charles 0417 823 065

RLA163708. Contact: Charles Goulder on 0417 823 065.

80 Mildred Street "OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS" Open Sunday 2.30-3.15pm OPEN SUNDAY 12.00 – 12.45PM

8566 2127

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Steve 0417 811 348 RLA 163708

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Verandah advantage PRISTINELY presented and refreshingly different, this Nuriootpa home has some intriguing features that set it apart from the crowd. A home in which the ‘lifestyle’ is paramount and where relaxing and entertaining are perfectly enhanced by the home’s stunning gabled verandah allowing a seamless transition between indoors and out, making it a true extension of the living space. Inspirational, this house has some interesting angles that unfold within its floor-plan and inbuilt shadow boxes that add to the visual appeal. The layout offers two wellplanned living areas, one ideally separate for quiet home theatre enjoyment while the other, a tiled expanse, surrounds the home’s stylish stainless-steel island kitchen and shares a view onto the vast gabled verandah beyond. At one end of the home, the principal suite features a walkin robe and luxurious ensuite with corner spa, its two-way access allowing powder room privileges for guests. Three further spacious bedrooms and a fabulous office space with built-in desk and cabinetry are all located toward the rear of the home. Economical mains gas heating and ducted evaporative cooling are perfect all-season choices.

Designed to mix living, dining and entertaining with the cooking experience, the casual family living hub brings family and friends closer in its relaxing open-plan and sliding glass opens the home right up to backyard bliss. Step outside to the remarkable rear yard creation where custom-made retractable awnings and expert diagonal paving complete the immense two-sided gabled verandah, where living and entertaining naturally migrate. The surrounding garden features carpet-like lawn, timber slatted screens that add sculptural privacy and a boundary of trimmed conifers and tall palms. Double iron gates at the side invites access to the rear for the caravan and the garage with sliding door, concrete floor, power and light will easily store your extra vehicle. This property, with huge street appeal and positioned opposite a large expanse of reserve is enveloped in its own private park-like surrounds and is a home for savouring life whether it is for quiet relaxation or lively celebration. For further details on this inspiring property, priced at $375,000 - $390,000, contact Mike Bogan of Homburg Real Estate on 0416 586 897.

IMPRESSIVE: The floorplan of the Nuriootpa house.

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Stunning country home

THIS stunning Williamstown home will be a joy to come home to. Built in 2008, this fabulous property features three bedrooms, the main with a walk-in robe and ensuite. There are built-in robes to bedrooms two and three, together with a spacious study, which could easily become the fourth bedroom if ever required. Offering two separate living areas comprising of a formal lounge with surround sound perfect for movie nights, and the large light-filled open plan family/dining area with an amazing kitchen. This impressive kitchen is complete with stainless-steel appliances, including canopy rangehood, a large free-standing oven, dishwasher and space for a plumbed side-by-side fridge. Plenty of bench space and loads of cupboards make this kitchen a

ABOVE: The outstanding Lewiston house, below, the impressive kitchen area.

dream destination. The open-plan area is perfect for entertaining and sure to be the heart of the household. The internal décor and fixtures and fittings are quality throughout with no expense spared. This is carried out through to the immaculately established gardens and the gorgeous paved rear terrace, which overlooks the beautiful tree-studded Victoria Creek Reserve - an idyllic position. Complete with ducted evaporative air-conditioning, double carport with auto-roller doors under the main roof and a 10,000-litre rainwater tank pumped to house, all on over 600 square metres. This property is picture-perfect and great value at $359,950. An absolute must-see. For more information or to arrange an inspection, contact Kies Real Estate on 8523 3777.

ONCE in a while, a family home that possesses a certain charm and elegance comes on the market. This magnificent property at 146 Dawkins Road, Lewiston is truly an elegant statement with its exacting high standards of building quality and materials which is hard to find today. Zoned animal husbandry, this picture perfect property, which is rich with character, is situated on about two acres of flat-level premium land with a massive 52m frontage. There are various fruit trees and more than 40 olive trees on the property. Built in 1985 this house features four bedrooms, all with large built-in robes made of solid quality timber. The master bedroom has a huge wardrobe that spans the width of the bedroom with hidden entry access into the built-in robe/cloak room that was originally planned as an ensuite. Adjacent to this planned ensuite is a second separate toilet plus a second shower in the laundry. This lovingly cared for home features a large open kitchen and spacious meals area, with stainless-steel European appliances and a dishwasher, plus a huge second separate living area. There are Porcelain tiles throughout with quality high grade wool carpets in the bedrooms and living areas. The bathroom has a gorgeous marble vanity unit, wall-to-ceiling Italian tiles and a spa bath plus a separate toilet. Don’t miss this once in a lifetime opportunity to secure an amazing family home. Best to be very quick. For more information contact Shari Olsson from RE/MAX Living Real Estate on 0413 883 920.

Prime Main Street Location 58 Murray Street, Nuriootpa 200sqm floor space Rear parking Available February 2012

Phone: 0409 696 876

YOUR LOCAL LENDER With access to over 20 lenders, including HomeStart Finance, we work hard to find you a better deal!

TOP: The beautiful Williamstown home with the option of four bedrooms and a superimpressive kitchen area.


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ABOVE: Relax outdoors and take in the superb view after a hard day’s work.

No Vacant Properties

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

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Picture perfect

Julie Thring Owner

28A Adelaide Road, Gawler 8523 3319

Dianne Fraser 0421 759 300


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Unrivalled Quality & Privacy This beautiful tree studded allotment offers over an acre of tranquillity with stunning views. The 2 storey residence comprises of 3 large bedrooms upstairs, 2 with balconies, and a main bathroom. Downstairs there is a huge open living area overlooked by the amazing timber kitchen, superb appliances and slate flooring, large laundry and 2nd toilet facilities. The enclosed verandah is a 2nd entertaining area with spa. Park-like grounds, fully established and easily maintained. There is also a 40x30x15 shed/workshop and another 20x20 lined shed/children’s retreat. No expense has been spared. Inspection is a must - A great find nestled in the heart of the Barossa.

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Stunning 4 Bedroom Home

“Merriwood Farm & Guest House”

Quality Home, Stunning Views

This stunning quality home built in 2004 is a massive 249m2. Set on a 920m2 allot this lovely Distinctive built home offers 4 lge brms, main with ens & WIR, brms 2, 3 & 4 with BIRs, good size office, fml entry & fml dining, generous size kitchen complete with quality appliances, plenty of storage & a lge b/fast bar overlooking the spac o/plan living meals & family room. The home is fully insulated, has r/c heating & cooling, rainwater tank, dbl c/pt with remote roller doors, 12m x 6m galvanized shed with built in mezzanine storage area. The front gdn has established plants and pop-up sprinklers and the back garden has a large entertaining area with the gardens yet to be completed. This stunning property is within walking distance to the main street and local schools.

Set on over 5 acres this stunning circa 1890 cottage offers 360° panoramic views, offering 3 bedrooms, master with open fire place, family/ dining & formal lounge, country style Oak kitchen and stylish bthrm with spa, slow combustion heating & r/cycle air-conditioning. The separate guest house features open plan living, master brm, kitchen, lounge/dining & bathroom. The property has 4 paddocks, some with horse shelters, 9.3x10.3 shed with workshop, large aviaries, kangaroo enclosure, shared bore, 55000L approx rainwater storage and stunning cottage gardens. All this situated approximately 10km out of Kapunda.

This fabulous 2003 built home is set on 996m2 with majestic views. The home offers master bedroom with bay window, ensuite, walk-in robe and ceiling fan, bedrooms 2, 3 & 4 have built-ins and ceiling fans, formal entry, stunning formal dining and lounge with vaulted ceilings, open plan family/meals and kitchen with a central servery/breakfast bar, large split system heating and cooling and slow combustion heater the home is complete with quality appliances, fixtures and fittings. Outside boasts a stunning entertainment area with views you could look at all day long, it has a superb salt water pool, manicured gardens, large shed, double carport under the main roof, all the fruit trees you could ever need, all located in the picturesque town of Lyndoch - just walking distance to schools, shops, cafés and wineries.

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RLA 61382


RLA 61382


This stunning home set on 1.6 Hectares (approx 4 Acres) offers 360 degrees of rural views - rolling hills on the horizon, the lovely Barossa vineyards and grazing land. You would be hard pressed to find majestic views like this. With the home offering 3 bedrooms, main with walk-in robe, ensuite and glass doors leading outside with views simply to die for and bedroom 2 has a walk-in robe. This property also features ducted reverse cycle heating and cooling throughout and a 1.5Kw Solar system which feeds back to the grid. This spectacular home offers spacious open plan living with a stylish kitchen which opens out onto the family room and dining area which overlooks the rolling hills and vineyards. The formal lounge has an open fire place, and in spring the beautiful smell of roses comes through the windows. This property is complete with a small boutique vineyard of 80 year old Dry Grown Grenache maintained by neighbouring vineyard owners, large shed, 3 phase power to the property and the home, Enviro Cycle septic system which drip feeds the garden, double garage and a wonderful entertaining area, perfect for having a BBQ and enjoying the majestic views.


In the quiet Barossa town of Lyndoch this 2 bedroom unit is ideally located with a large back yard, modern bathroom, carport with a roller door and new floor coverings throughout. This would make a great investment or retirement home. Call 8523 3777 to inspect at a time that suits you.



$499,950 2

RLA 61382




$329,950 2

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$410,000 2

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$449,950 2


The Best of Both Worlds

Perfect Position

‘Wow - Picture Perfect’

Barossa Beauty

Offering 2 residences on over 1½ acres, this is both a unique & idyllic property. Set in a v.quiet court amongst other quality homes it boasts stunning views to the Barossa Ranges framed by it's very own vines. Built in 1982 this solid brick home consists of one dwelling featuring 3 brms with fml lnge/dining, superb timber kitch, full bthrm with sep toilet & lndry adj to another 2 brm residence with kitchen, open family/ dining, bthrm with shwr & sep toilet + lndry. Perfect for the extended family, privacy for the children or possible income producing opp. Serviced by ducted evap a/c & r/c split systems. Outside the property offers superbly estab mature gdns, a huge pgla outdoor ent area together with 30 x 20 shed with pwr & cement flr. A truly rare offering which would accommodate a range of requirements, as 2 very sep homes or a single 5 brm residence.

This wonderful 3 bedroom home offers ensuite and walk-in robe to the main bedroom, formal lounge with bay window, formal dining room or study plus family/dining area which is over looked by the Blackwood timber kitchen with walkin pantry. Complete with heating and cooling, superbly established gardens, return verandahs, great outdoor entertaining and fantastic 20x30 shed, all on an 832m2 corner allotment opposite a huge recreational area close to amenities - this property truly offers it all!

This immac home built in a picturesque, quiet culde-sac in Lyndoch offers plenty of room to move. This stunning Galaxy home set on 1303m2 with manicured gdns offers 4 brms, main with lux, spac ens, WIR, dressing room (or office), brm 2 + 3 have BIRs, 3 way bthrm with bath & shwr. Kitchen has quality apps & plenty of room with ample storage space, all this overlooking the o/p family & meals area. A fml dining & lnge with high ceilings & exposed beams. The home has ducted evap cool & gas heat. Outside is a stunning ent area & fern gdn at the side of the dbl c/pt & at the rear of the home. Spa with gas heat, glasshouse & lge u/g wine cellar & 3 x 4m gdn shed, 20 x 30 shed with sep dwy, auto watering system in all gdns. 44,000ltr rainwater tank pumped to the house (not toilets) & can be switched to mains. All this only 10-15 mins from Gawler & on the doorstep to the Barossa. Why bother to build when it has all been done!

Constructed by Galaxy Homes in 2002 this spacious 4 brm home has all the extras that you would expect in a build of this calibre. Main bedroom features WIR & ensuite with dbl vanity & spa. With BIRs throughout the other brms all dbls with the 2nd being as large as the main. Boasting sunken formal lnge/formal dining & a huge family with meals area off the kitchen this home delivers quality and quantity with 30 squares of luxurious living, high ceilings throughout, Actron reverse cycle ducted heating and air-conditioning. Together with great outdoor entertaining accessed via French doors from the family area all set on a large 760m2 allotment, which although large is easy to maintain. Barossa bound? This property is a “must see” - call today to arrange a private inspection to suit you.

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RLA 61382

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AFTER being in real estate for over 20 years, Hayley Marley Duncan decided to start up her own company about six years ago. “I started Marley Duncan Real Estate and have never looked back,” Hayley said. “I have purchased my building in Gawler so I am here for the long haul. “My rent roll has grown at rapid rates due to my honest up front character. We offer competitive rates as we do not have any franchise fees to pay and we are more personalised, we know all our clients. “I deal with some of the most successful people in Gawler and pride myself on the fact they trust me and are very loyal to our company.”

Hayley’s husband David is the other director, who plays a big role, and Jade, the office administrator, is very friendly and helpful, assisting anyone. “My daughter Chelsea is now coming in to answer phones on school holidays and to help Jade, and make me the odd coffee. “We also proudly sponsor our two children Chelsea and Casey in their racing ventures.” Hayley’s sales rate is 1.65 per cent, which is the most competitive sales commission in Gawler, and customers deal with Hayley, the company owner who owns property herself and has investments. Hayley Marley Duncan says honesty is the company policy.

Crazy two-day sale ARE you looking for that perfect piece of jewellery or that special handbag or pair of shoes? Then call into see Faye at Jewellery Journey in Gawler. Faye opened her shop in 2004 to provide Gawler and the surrounding areas with the very latest in fashion jewellery and accessories. “I try to source the best quality and prices for my customers,” Faye said. “If I can get items on sale, I will pass the savings onto customers.” Jewellery Journey sells bridal jewellery, body jewellery, purses,handbags, giftware, scarves and shoes. “The stock changes on a weekly basis,” Faye said. “I love my job - it is my passion, as

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nothing makes me happier than seeing customers leave with what they need. “I enjoy meeting people and chatting to my customers, many of whom have become friends.” Faye said to celebrate the Australia Day holiday, Jewellery Journey will be having a crazy two-day sale. “On Friday, January 27 and Saturday, January 28, all jewellery will be going out for $5, except bridal and body and sterling silver jewellery. “And we also will be having a bulk bead clearance - only $10 a bag. “So be quick because I’m sure at those prices, stock won’t last,” Faye said. So it is a case of first in for the best accessories.







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Valentine Day specials CAROL Kirk from Wrapped in Style is a born and bred local living at One Tree Hill with her husband and has two adult children. With over six years in retail, Carol now owns two shops. Her first venture was ‘Wild’ in the Elizabeth Shopping Centre, then seven months ago, wanting to be closer to home, Carol opened ‘Wrapped in Style’ in Murray Street, Gawler. A big step away from her past career in real estate, Carol was urged to open her gift shops by friends and family. It is well and truly a family business with huge support from her husband. Both Wild and Wrapped in Style are

gearing up for Valentines Day on February 14. They are well stocked with plush bears, photo frames, jewellery boxes, cards and so much more to make your loved one feel special. Carol said the stores also had a huge range of assorted Valentines gift baskets at incredibly low prices. With personally-chosen items, there is a basket to suit everyone’s needs. A special treat is that anyone who purchases a basket will received a free single rose - how romantic. Why not bring in a photo of your special loved one and choose a frame? The girls will then insert it for you and gift wrap it for free. Happy Valentines Day.

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LANDLORDS - if you are looking for a property manager who will work hard for your business, then look no further than Rebekka Barons. Don’t let her youthful looks fool you. With nearly three years in property management behind her, Rebekka, from Brock Harcourts Gawler Property Management, knows the business inside and out. Her honesty, integrity and loyalty are traits to be admired - things that can be hard to find in this business. Rebekka is striving to grow her business and is happiest when her landlords are happy. “I enjoy marketing and filling properties, and generally just helping people out,” Rebekka says. “Looking five years into the future, I

intend to be successful, having a huge list of happy clients and having completed many various business certificates.” Rebekka looks forward to continuing her studies. “That way I can keep up-to-date with the latest information, technology like the Ipad and apps for inspections.” All of which makes it time effective for Rebekka and gives her clients ease of accessability. If you are looking for a property manager who you can trust and who is up to speed with the latest in technology and information, give Rebekka a call today at Brock Harcourts Gawler Property Management.

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IF YOU’RE heading to ‘a day on the green’ on Saturday, February 11, why not support Barossa’s producers and pack a regional picnic basket. One of the best places to start is the Barossa Farmer’s Market located in the Vintner’s Shed, Stockwell Road, near Angaston. The market is open each Saturday from 7.30am and is a place where you can select from a range of homemade and seasonal foods certain to make your concert experience a hit. Start the early viewing of the concert with paté from Barossa Farm Produce and dukah and olive oil from Kurianda Barossa, and the head to the Lyndoch Bakery stall to complement these goodies with freshly-made bread. Why not go all out and add to your list with cheeses from the Adelaide Hills and nuts and dried fruits available from a couple of stallholders, and small goods including mettwurst from Steinys? For a full meal option, toss some Green Glades or Sybilla Gusis salad leaves and place these with fresh salad vegetables available from other well-known stallholders. For the men, Doecke’s Baked Goods of sausage rolls and pasties left cold and generously topped with sauces and chutneys, available for purchase at the market, will go down a treat. Those looking for something sweet to complement the blended voices of Hall and Oates then buy a punnet or two of Adelaide Hills strawberries. However for a wicked option, Richocolate and Pretty Little Cakes have all sweet tooths covered. If you’re keen to get a list started on your basket trimmings, visit and view all the stallholders and their produce. And if you happen to run out of food during the concert, promoters of ‘a day on the green’ have a host of food vans available on site. ‘A day on the green’, hosted at Peter Lehmann Winery, Tanunda, is a fully licensed event, with strictly no bring your alcohol. Picnic and deck chairs recommended. The stage will also be shared with Iva Davies who fronts well-known band Icehouse. Tickets are still available through or through


New Dance School opens in Tanunda Professional training for Boys and Girls 21/2 years to advanced levels in Classical Ballet RAD and ACB Jazz and Tap CSTD Contemporary, Limber / Pilates for Dance Students

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Turning Point Dance was established in Salisbury in 1996. The school has rapidly developed to become one of Adelaide's leading dance schools specialising in classical ballet as well as offering students a wide range of classes in Ballet, Tap, Jazz, Contemporary, Hip Hop, Limber and Pilates. Dancing aids in achieving a healthy body and mind through regular exercise. Children who exercise regularly have bigger hearts, more muscle mass, less fatty tissue, stronger bones and more flexible joints. Those who dance and keep fit as children are more likely to continue this lifestyle into adulthood. One of the most important things dance does is build confidence. Emotional development in children is as important as the physical development and dancing helps to gain a positive self image and enables the child to become more confident. Children also love to be challenged, they learn that healthy competition encourages them to strive to do their best by practising hard, and they don’t need to win to achieve their best. Tuition is offered to children from 18 months to 3 years in the form of Fairies Galore and More which is a fun and imaginative class of dancing and singing for girls and boys, it also includes interaction and participation with their carer. Following this students take classes on their own, without the help of their carers, as they begin their formal dance education.

Currently we offer classes in our main studio in Salisbury in Ballet RAD & ACB, Tap CSTD, Jazz, Contemporary, Pilates and Body Conditioning. SACE Dance Stage 1 & 2 as well as an Intensive Training Programme for students seriously wanting to pursue a career in dance. We would like to offer all students regardless of talent, age and location a quality training in dance. Bringing together students from not just the northern suburbs of Adelaide but also northern country areas. Dance offers so many great things for children, it promotes coordination, cooperation, musicality, fitness, determination and self discipline. Some will go on and make dance their career, some will continue to dance for fitness and fun while others may gain an appreciation for watching others dance. No matter where students wish to go with their dancing all students deserve a teacher who is trained and can offer a top quality education. All classes will be limited in size and taught be a qualified teacher. Enrolment day will be held Thursday Febuary 2 from 4 pm to 6.00 pm at the Tanunda Soldiers Memorial Hall where classes will be held. For more information please email to or call Michelle on 0413 113 950. 1786577

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Much ado at Seppelts BE QUICK to grab the remainder of tickets to Shakespeare in the Vines hosted at Seppeltsfield Winery this Saturday, January 28. This year marks the 10th anniversary since the Seppeltsfield Road Business Alliance has brought quality productions to the Barossa, and guests can be treated to Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing. Tickets are $45 for adults and $20 for children

ECLECTIC DUO: Lily and the Drum to play at Bibu in Tanunda.

relatively simple to produce and perform. They take pride in ensuring all the music their listeners’ hear is real with no computeraided backing tracks or tricky vocal pitch correctors. “The performance will be raw, organic and a kind of stripped back naked presentation,” Lily said. “We participated in the jam sessions run by Jamie Blechynden from Barossa Music Centre where we were able to try out some of our songs and now he has relocated those jam sessions to Bibu.” Bibu, a new café promotes a friendly and casual atmosphere, and is located at Murray Street, Tanunda.

Church celebrations SALT Church celebrates its 30th anniversary and the public can help share in the milestone this Sunday at 5pm. The event will feature an address made by the founding minister and former Barossa resident Pastor Ian Zerna, plus a house party and the unveilingof a time capsult buried 16 years ago. Salt Church, with its striking red columns near the entrance to Gawler, was established in 1982. Starting as a small home group, the church grew quickly under the leadership of Pastors Ian and Yvonne Zerna and moved to various locations before calling home near the Gawler bypass. In 2007 the church changed its name to Salt to reflect its purpose: to be the salt of the earth. Celebrations kick off on January 29 from 5pm. All are welcome to attend.



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LILY and the Drum look forward to performing to visitors at Barossa’s newest abode, Bibu this Friday evening, January 27. Apart from local performances, this eclectic duo have recently returned from a whirlwind tour that saw them perform six shows in nine days travelling through Victoria via the South East. Lily and the Drum decided that they would remove themselves from their normal musical confines, which consisted of a group of musicians. Lily and the Drum then hit the road with the bare essentials in a bid to prove that music can still be



Come listen to music in the raw

under 18 and those under 12 are free. Strictly no bring your own alcohol or deck chairs, rugs only. Food and wine will be available from 5pm for a 6.30pm performance. Pre-entertainment will be by Cloudy. Tickets available by visiting Tanunda and Kapunda visitor centres, Seppeltsfield Winery, Whistler Wines, Barossa Valley Estate, Rolf Binder and Hentley Farm or phone Craig on 8564 3443.




24th FEB EAT PRAY LOVE (M) Entry including a glass of wine $15. Meals available from $15. No BYO food or drink. Doors open 7pm. Movies commence after sunset. Please bring deck chairs or picnic rugs. In the event of inclement weather movies will be cancelled.

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GOODBYE YELLOW BRICK ROAD Elton John Tribute - Dinner & Show

MEN IN PINK TIGHTS Les Ballet’s Elolle

Nonsensory Overload is Noble back fresh from his travels, not to mention his own TV show, doing what he does best; spinning forth hilarious nonsense for your amusement. Now is your chance to see one of the best live comics working internationally today. Prepare your brain for a Nonsensory Overload!

Come dine on stage and get up close and personal with the Flaming Sambucas as they take you on a journey through time, performing timeless songs of Elton John whilst also telling the story along the way. Laced with beautiful costumes, humour, the Grand Piano and a mix of vocals, this will be a night to remember!

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Wednesday, January 25, 2012 - Page 19 - The Herald, Barossa Valley

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THERE’S no rest for Kapunda Musical Society, especially while under the reins of Jennette Mickan. However the crew, young and old, aren’t fussed as they revel in the challenges of 2012. The Young People’s Drama Workshop returns on February 7 from 4.30pm to 5.30pm. About 30 young people look forward to tackling another production, Colin Thiele’s ‘Talking Shop’. Jennette said, “Young People’s Drama Workshop proves that theatre lives as it now enters its fourth year”. Meanwhile, the first production for Kapunda Musical Society (KMS) is ‘2 Weeks with the Queen’ and will be directed by David Underwood. Tonight (Wednesday) at 7pm is information night with all welcome at the Chapel Theatre on Chapel Street, Kapunda. Auditions for the production will fall this Saturday, January 28, from 9.30am to 12.30pm. Performance dates will be held on April 27 and 28 and May 4 and 5.



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NEW PANEL ARRANGEMENTS SA Water intends to approach the market from the 6th of February 2012 to establish new panel arrangements for the following: • SAWC021999 Local and State Wide Construction Services • SAWC022000 SCADA and Control System Services • SAWC022001 Engineering Services Interested parties should ensure they are registered on the SA Tenders and Contracts Website and regularly monitor the site for relevant documentation and further information. This will include details of Industry Briefings to be held w/c 13 February.

Melanie Robinson and Rob Gregor from Paralowie looked the part during the Valley Hot Rodders 20th anniversary Cruise On in Tanunda. The popular street party on Saturday evening again attracted a crowd of 4500-plus. To view loads more photos of hot rods and action during the street party, head to and click on the photo gallery.


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CREATIVE CREW: Winner and runner up entries of the Santos Tour Down Under’s Design a Jersey competition were announced on Friday in Tanunda. Winners of the competition, organised through the Barossa Council Public Library and Barossa TDU Working Party, were Emily Knight, Sophia den Berger, Naomi Marks and Heidi Alcorn. Presenting the prizes (back) are rider Ed Westwich, Jill Bietz, Debbie Miles and Julie Bailey. All entries are currently displayed on the window of the Tanunda Library.

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DEATH NOTICES STORY, Daphne Passed away suddently at Cowell 21st January 2012. Aged 90 years. At peace with Oliver and her brother Arthur. Now in God's care. We so dearly loved your phone calls, letters, solving the cricket and crows and the worlds problems. Oh how we laughed. We are bettter people for having you in our loves and will cherish and love every memory. Sadly missed by Pearle, Brenda and Arthur (deceased). Funeral Service 2.00pm Friday 27th January 2012 at Cowell Unity Church.

FOR SALE 1,000 LITRE SHUTTLE CONTAINERS ideal for fire fighting water storage - $100. 18 available. Call Landmark Gawler 85222266 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 CASH FOR BOTTLES & CANS. Wine bottles, batteries, phone Lange's Can & Bottle Depot on 85642292 for trading hours, 20 Newcastle St, Angaston. ENGEL & WAECO 12/24/240 volt fridge /freezers. All models. Best prices in the State. Gawler Fishing & Outdoors 85226200 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.

GENERATORS Aussie Brand, Low Speed, Diesel Super Silenced, 12kva $4999, 15kva $5299, 25kva $5999, Quality portable diesels, electric start 8kva $1649 delivered, 0432 636 678 au GENERATORS NEW Aussie Brand 10KVA 16Hp petrol Key/Remote Start Auto Idle 32Ltr fuel 3 x 15amp, RRP $3500 Sell $1650 DELIVERED DIESEL Super Silent (60db) Low Spd 10kva to 37kva. BEST PRICES. Ph 0423 286 661 www.australiawidegenerators

HAY OATEN WHEATEN Hay from $35 roll Phone Peter & Bev Grocke 0429 694 058 or 8563 2113

MAINS pressure blue line poly from $37 roll. Gawler Irrigation, Lot 11, Paxton Street, Willaston. Ph: 85232350 MICROWAVE Sharp Carousel 850 watt, good order. $30 firm. Ph: 85663133 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. 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 WASHING MACHINE Simpson 8.0 Kg. Excellent condition. $180 Ph: 0439862442

SALVAGE YARD 702 Stockwell Road, Angaston Open:Mon-Fri 9am-5pm Sat 9am - 12 noon Timber, steel, bricks, stone, s/w pipes, gates, windows, louvre glass, doors, reo, formply, iron, galv & colorbond. Always buying and selling quality second hand building materials. PHONE 8564 2900



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Tractors: Inter 986 Series B Turbo; Inter 786; Inter 564. Header: Inter 1420 French model with box lids; comb carrier to suit. Truck: Inter D1730, tipper, Perkins diesel motor reg ULB-852, until 29.2.12. Farm Plant: Inter 24 tyne combine A61; Inter 14 disc plough; Inter 445D small baler; Inter 25 tyne spring release cultivator; John Shearer 13 sec hyd harrows; 27’ Blue Line Wideline cultivator; Hardi 50’ boom sprayer; 40’ fast flow 9” auger; 10’ pencil auger; Silos: 500 bag Sherwell; 400 bag Voigt; 10 ton Buschutz; 3 ton Buschutz; 2 Sherwell field bins; Sundries: oxy set; diesel tank on stand; fuel tanks; 2 loading ramps; 7 farrowing crates; Poly 800lt fire tank; elec pressure pump; elec muck pump; welding bench; pig weaner box; K.E.W. 1702K pressure cleaner; wool partitions; 8’x5’ trailer hurdles; Memorabillia: old bag loaders; gate; cast pig troughs; cream cans; old wooden boxes; saw; host old tools; and more. Other A/ccs: 60’ boom spray, 3000lt fibre glass tank, hyd lift, man fold, chem. hopper, 150lt fresh water, no f/marker; 16 steel pipe strainer posts 5 ½ “ x 6’6”; 4500lt fuel tank on stand, no tap & hose; ’93 Triton 4x4 tray top ute, 2.5 petrol, not reg (farm ute); 2 fuel tanks. Further Entries Invited Terms: Cash/Cheque on Day of Sale (no card facilities) Number System Applies. Photo ID Required. GST Applicable. Luncheon Available. B M Livestock Pty Ltd Eudunda Budgie Schiller Phn: 0437795190 Fax: 85811029 Vendor: 0438817132 or 85817132 We Keep Your Sale Moving

SALE OF CARAVAN (For Parts or Scrap)

MOVING HOUSE - Furniture, household items and much more. Saturday 28th. 8am onwards. 32 Victoria Tce., Williamstown.

The Barossa Council is seeking offers for the purchase and removal of a caravan, suitable for parts or scrap only (without any guarantee or warranty), currently situated at the Williamstown Queen Victoria Jubilee Park. The caravan is approximately 35 years old and has no compliance plate. Further details are available from Bryan Dicker on 0422 737 038. Written offers should be addressed to: Manager Administrative Services, The Barossa Council, PO Box 867, Nuriootpa SA 5355 or alternatively can be emailed to, to be received by 5pm 10 February 2012.

SAT 28TH JAN 8.00am - 12 noon. 7A Third St, Nuriootpa, opp Mitre 10. plants, pictures and custom digital photo albums. SATURDAY 28th Jan. 32 Sturt Street, Angaston. 8am - 4pm.

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WRECKING Ford Falcon EL Sedan 4 Litre motor and auto transmission, 145,000 km, roof rack, most parts available Ford Falcon AU II XLS super Cab Utility 4 Litre motor Ford Falcon BF XR6 Sedan 4 litre motor, 73,000km, most parts available Ford Falcon BF III Stationwagon 4 Litre LPG only motor and auto transmission, 56,000km, most parts available Holden Commodore VZ Lumina Sedan 3.6 Litre motor and auto transmission, 76,000km Holden Commodore VZ Stationwagon 3.6 Litre motor and auto transmission, roof racks, most parts available Holden Commodore VY Sedan 3.8 Litre motor and auto transmission, most parts available Holden Commodore VE 60th Anniversary Sedan 3.6 Litre motor and auto transmission, factory alloys

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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 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.


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TO GIVEAWAY GIVE AWAY 6 wooden kitchen chairs in good order. Kapunda. Ph: 85663420 TO GIVE AWAY to a good home 3 kittens, 10 weeks old, wormed and toilet trained. 2 male ginger and 1 female ginger and black. Cute and cuddly. Ph: 0401337448 WHITE SHOP COUNTER damaged slightly by flood water, up on 2 sides about 30cm. Otherwise in perfect condition. Has one shelf, suit storage for shed/garage etc. Ph: 0422250725

PETS BELINDA'S PAMPERED PETS NURIOOTPA Professional dog clipping, heated hydrobathing, blowdrying & nails for all breeds. LARGE & SMALL by an animal lover. 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

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CASH FOR CARS and scrap metal. Ph: 0404856309 HONDA PRELUDE 1987 5 speed manual, a/c, 4 wheel steering, good cond., $2,500 ono UJS-012 - 0437811377

CARAVANS, TRAILERS & SPACELINE CARAVAN Pop-top. 16' x 7'6", 2001. Reg. YDY-707 Ex. cond. inside & out, well looked after. Including roller awning plus full annexe, towing aids, reverse cycle A/C, microwave, new inner spring mattress, 3 way fridge / freezer, electric brakes. $24,000 neg. Private sale - Tanunda. Ph: 0413186217



KLEEMAN (nee Randall) Proud grandparents Heather and David, Ian & Lyn welcome with love "Doshie Dylan John" to their families. Congratulations and much love to Sarah and Sam on the birth of their beautiful son.

KINCROME Zoom work bench. Assembled w/instructions - New. $80 ono. BARBECUE Dawson 2 burner w/side burner, hood & guage, cover & gas. As new $100 ono. Contact Jim 85657075

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


ISA BROWN LAYER CHICKS hatching Friday 27th January. Mareks & I.B. vaccinated. $3.80 each. Hillier Poultry Ph: 85230950



"IT'S A BOY" KLEEMAN (nee Randall) Sam and Sarah are thrilled to announce the safe arrival of Doshie Dylan John at 11.10am on 16 January, weighing 9lb 3oz. With thanks to Julie Mills and all of the wonderful and amazing staff at Gawler Health Service.






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BAROSSA AREA 3 b.r. house, A/C, garage, pets neg., available late January. $280 p.w. Ph: 0407619246 KAPUNDA 3 b.r. home, ducted A/C, single lock up garage with access to house, extra secure parking for car /caravan/boat. No pets. Available 25th February. $250 p.w. Ph: 0414325045

MARKET - TRURO Thursday 26th, Australia Day, at Weighbridge Motel (Main Street) 10am - 3pm. ALSO - Saturday 29th at Barossa Quilt and Craft Cottage, Angaston Road. 9 till 1. Many variety stalls. New stallholders welcome. Sites $10. Glenda 85633181

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

VIOLIN LESSONS Enrolments are now being taken for lessons commencing term 1, 2012. Please phone Barossa Music Centre on 8563 2741.

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

VOCAL LESSONS Enrolments are now being taken for lessons commencing term 1, 2012. Please phone Barossa Music Centre on 8563 2741.





Wednesday 25th January 7pm Chapel Theatre, Chapel St, Kapunda For more information contact Director: David Underwood on 8564 2164

WANTED to rent farmhouse or house with small acreage for mature couple, top refs., long lease essential. Ph. 85663031

NAILS, makeup & spray tanning. FULL SET ACRYLIC NAILS $45 Phone Lisa 0417658188 Williamstown

REMEDIAL MASSAGE Trigger Point, Deep Tissue, Relaxation, Myo-fascial, Lymphatics. Health rebates. Acia Health / Physiotherapy, 1A Bilyara Road, Tanunda. Call Lynette Roesler 0409631553



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LOST & FOUND A QUALITY Swiss Men's Watch ("CYPRUS" HAFIS/inscribed "To George from BTM Fin Dept Jan 29th 1965"). Another quality Swiss Men's Watch (J. FARREN PRICE) mid 1900s inscribed "Neil Schmidt". Both now restored to original condition. Please phone Ted on 85622384

MISCELLANEOUS GENUINE GENTLEMAN 50 seeks live in housekeeper/companion. Gentleman has secure employment, own house. Children accepted. 0467030411

AUCTION SALES AUCTION at Lot 56, Craig Street Tarlee on 28th Jan 10am. Household furniture, some antiques and sundries

TUITION DRUM & PERCUSSION LESSONS Enrolments are now being taken for lessons commencing term 1, 2012. Please phone Barossa Music Centre on 8563 2741. GUITAR LESSONS (all styles including bass & banjo) Enrolments are now being taken for lessons commencing term 1, 2012. Please phone Barossa Music Centre on 8563 2741. KINDERMUSIK CLASSES Enrolments are now being taken for lessons commencing term 1, 2012. Please phone Barossa Music Centre on 8563 2741. PIANO/KEYBOARD LESSONS Enrolments are now being taken for lessons commencing term 1, 2012. Please phone Barossa Music Centre on 8563 2741.

Machinery, Plant and Sundries, 2002 Rodeo 3lt td 222000kms lots of extras, 2 x 4480B tractors, Ford 7700 with tpl fitted to Hardi 18m, manual fold 3400lt Boomspray,306 tractor FEL cab, 419Napier 28R combine w/ tyne harrows, 56 Massey SR 24 row combine s/s box w/ tyne harrows, 15 H harrows hyd lift, 29 tyne Inter culti w/ ram & tyne harrows, 21,tyne Shearer cultivator w/ ram & tyne harrows, near new Ellbourn 40ft rub tyre roller, Monroe 11 wheel, straight rake hyd,Dodge truck V8 petrol 20’ steel tray w/ seed & super unit fitted & tarp, Leyland small tipper regd w/ tarp,12’ Fewings slasher, 5 field bins, 1 auger bin, 9 seed silos, 175 kg, Balansa clover,NH 275 small baler,NH bale loader, 2 vennings 6” augers 1x33” 1x25”,3 Br, mar sheep, feeders on wheeled frames, 10”x5” tandem trailer w/ hurdles, 5’x4 trailer w/ hurdles & 100ltr poly, tank,small feedout trailer,portable loading ramp suit sheep and cattle,small sheep feeder & various, troughs,400 lt ute diesel pack,3 diesel & 2petrol tanks,200lt steel drums,small seeds spreader,3 water, pumps,air compressor,steel pipe,railway iron,poly pipe,3pl hay prongs,Honda generator,120lt ute, sprayer w/ boom,cables & chains,stock on road signs,sheets 2nd hand iron,pvc pipe,100lt Castrol MP oil w/ pump, tarps,100 jute bags good cond,poly bags,double Electric fence equipment,dog kennel,dog box,various small ute hurdles,2 loose H harrows,6 small harrows,car shed frame,portable shed frame,Lincoln 3 ph welder,fowl cages,sack trucks,steel ladder,meat saw, 20lt hardie back pack,3 s/h boom spray tyres,Various sundries and small amount of furniture. Older machinery: NH rake,Hardie 40’ spayer tandem complete good tank,3 p/l post hole digger, mulesing cradle & gates,single horse float open top, Old Collectables,Corn crusher wooden elevator good cond,complete milk separator, Household furniture.Beds,dressing table,old cupboards,can chair,wooden cot,kerosene heater &oven Small desk,tv cabinet,laminate table,bikes,tin wash trough,slate water trough,collectables,pot plants Other Entries: (Zerner) Mercedes Benz 280 Salon Car 9/75, Yellow, Auto, A/C, tyres 80%, suit restorer, not registered VXW-169. (Mosey) 300 Bag Vogt Auger Bin. 25 foot Pea Plucker On a false front Perforated floor Suit Case Header,Suzuki 250 Quadrunner 4 wheel motorbike.(Schutz) M/F 3342 Header 18’ comb front,grain turbo,good tyres,good condition,always shedded (Moore) 200 2nd hand perma pine posts, various 6’ – 6’4” long, 3”-4”diameter (Schutz)Mitsubishi Triton,4x4 tray top ute, 4cyl petrol/gas 1992, new clutch 218700km VKR 578 Reg till 9/4/12, Suzuki Sierra 4x4 tray top ute w/ canopy,4 cyl petrol, 1987, 173220 km, VWO 524, reg till 25/5/12.(Ruediger)Yamaha TT350, 11/85, not reg, TGY517 .9km N/W of Robertstown on Stock Route Rd, will be sign posted. Light refreshments available on the day. Buyers number system applies, ID required.Cash and Cheque (per prior arrangement).No card facilities available. Further entries invited.Landmark Pfitzner and Kleinig, Eudunda Andrew Kleinig 0437811402 Vendor Glen Rooke 0885817053 * List subject to change

COMING EVENTS ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Need Help? Contact 83463255 Meeting: Friday's - C.W.A. Building Kapunda - 8pm. ARTISANS AT GREENOCK MARKET Greenock Town Square Friday Evenings 5.30pm - 8.30pm Live music, food, wine, unique stalls. Oct 14th, Nov.11th, Dec. 9th, Jan.13th, Feb. 10th, March 9th.

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


Saturday Market 28th of January 2012

Anne Hamilton R.N. Professional Counsellor Ph 85235235 : Mobile 0416060835 Confidential Personal Counselling and relationship therapist for adults. All ages. Home visits can be arranged for up to 50 Km radius. Small call-out fee. Gawler, Barossa and Northern suburbs etc Health fund accredited.

• Furniture • Manchester • Men’s, Ladies’, Children’s Clothing • Shoes • Crockery • Records • Toys • Books • Assorted Bric-a-Brac

• Bacon & Egg Sandwiches • Sausage Sizzle • Coffee or Tea 8.30am START

REAL ESTATE PRELIMINARY NOTICE FOR PRIVATE SALE/RENT - ANGASTON Semi renovated 3BR Home 5 min walk from Main St. Enquiries 0402762681



(An Outreach of the Uniting Church in Nuriootpa) (Corner of Memorial Avenue and Murray Street)



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



SAXOPHONE & CLARINET LESSONS Enrolments are now being taken for lessons commencing term 1, 2012. Please phone Barossa Music Centre on 8563 2741.

RIVERTON 55 Torrens Road (51 Kms. from Gawler). Stone cottage, 1870's, 3 bedrooms on over 1,000 sq. metres. Offers over $210,000 Ph: 0448497788



Senior 1 & 2: January 12th 7.00 – 9.00pm Registration & Pre-Season trials

14 Day Tasmania Departs 14 April

Senior 3 – 6, Inters: February 2nd 6.00 – 8.00pm * Registration only *

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Junior – Netta: February 9th 5.00 – 7.00pm * Registration only *

4 Day Kangaroo Island Departs 30 April

NEW PLAYERS WELCOME Enquiries: Secretary, Deb Miles


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12 Day Gold Coast Departs 21 June $2,555

Mt McKenzie Hall committee is proud to present


3 Day River Cruise Departs 27 July $645

in a Country / Rock ‘n’ Roll music FUNDRAISER

20 Day Cairns & Outback QLD Departs 10 August $4,995

4th February 2012 6.00pm - 11.00pm Under the Country Night Sky $10 per person $25 per family (2 adults & 2 kids) $4 per child under 15 years of age Children under 10 free

Also, fully escorted tours to Vanuatu 13 May & 23 Day USA West Coast 2 September

• Face Painting for the kids • Dance floor kindly donated by the Valley Rockers • Sausage sizzle & drinks available • Welcome to BYO food & chairs All profits raised go back into our hall of the small town For more information contact: Tanya 0421 207 384 or Jean 8564 8280 The Mt McKenzie Hall is about 9km out of Angaston on the Angaston to Eden Valley Road. Turn right onto Yumbunga Road and the hall is about 50m on your left. HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE!

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Call now for our 2012 Tour Programme Bute Buses 8826 2110 Lic Travel Agent 155581


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Casual Administration Assistant BAROSSA VALLEY

Have excellent communication skills

Do you have past Administration Experience? Are you able to work Monday, Tuesday and Friday within “school” hours? This could be a great opportunity to join our team. Treasury Wine Estates is looking for an enthusiastic and self-motivated Casual Administration Assistant to join our team at our Barossa Valley Vineyards. Our site's emphasis is on quality, safety and operational efficiency through the application of best practise techniques. The key focus of this role will be to assist the Administration Officer with the implementation and co-ordination of administration activities for Treasury Wine Estates Barossa Vineyards. There will be a focus on data entry as well as supporting teams, assisting with the final month end reporting process for the site along with budgeting, forecasting and stock reconciliation. Having exposure to a fast paced, demanding environment you will have excellent written and verbal communication skills , an understanding of basic accounting principles and an ability to respond to tight reporting deadlines. Apply today. Applications to: Attention Vineyard Manager, PO Box 283 Nuriootpa SA 5355. Additional information including a position description can be obtained from calling the Vineyard Office; (08) 8568 8200 Applications close: 1st February 2012.

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The right persons for these positions will have had Grape Harvester operating experience and a current drivers licence with own vehicle. Attractive hourly rates will be offered to the successful applicants with accommodation available if required. To discuss this opportunity please contact Ashley, Scott or John on 8849 2043



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Light Regional Council Sponsorship, Grants and Incentive Scheme Funding Program – Round Two 2011/12 – NOW OPEN Event Sponsorship Program Sponsorship is an important part of meeting Council’s obligations to support and encourage initiatives which aim to stimulate both social and economic development and encourage tourism to townships and the region. The Event Sponsorship Program is designed to provide an equitable means for community organisations to access Council funds, to establish mutually beneficial partnerships between Council and the community and to provide opportunities for skill development and project development for members involved in events. The maximum amount of funding is set at $1,000. Heritage Incentive Scheme In recognition of the community value of privately owned heritage places, Light Regional Council established a Heritage Incentive Scheme to provide financial assistance (grant funds) towards the cost of conservation work to listed heritage places within the Council area. The Heritage Incentive Scheme offers owners of state and local heritage listed properties grant funding of up to $1,000 for works associated with the conservation of the listed item.

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Community Grants Scheme Light Regional Council through its Community Grants Scheme provides the opportunity for non profit community groups and organisations to conduct projects and activities which contribute to the development of the community within the light Regional Council area. Council is again giving community groups the opportunity to apply for grants of up to $500. Applications will be considered for the targeted areas in health, environment, arts/culture, community development, equipment purchase, and community education INFORMATION Guidelines and application forms for both grants are available at the Principal Office, 93 Main Street, Kapunda, Branch Office, 12 Hanson Street, Freeling, and from Council’s website at For more information please contact Sue Eldridge on 85253200 or via email: Applications will close on Friday, 10 February 2012 11787106

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Barossa Fibromyalgia meeting room at the rear SEVERAL members of the Barossa Fibromyalgia / Arthritis Support Group enjoyed an end-of-year lunch at Rumours Cafe in Tanunda in early December. There was no meeting held in January. Meetings of the Support Group are usually held on the first Wednesday of each month in the Holy Trinity Lutheran Church Hall, corner of Penrice Road and Park Terrace, Nuriootpa (opposite the High School) at 2pm. These meetings may be helpful to anyone who has recently been diagnosed and needs support from people who share their condition. Anyone interested is welcome to attend these meetings. The first meeting of 2012 will be held on Wednesday, February 1 at 2pm. This will be a planning and welcoming meeting. If, however, the predicted temperature for that day, as forecast on Channel 9 news the previous eve, is 36 degrees or above, this meeting will be cancelled. For further information, please phone Ros at 8562 1105.

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RACING: The start of one of the heats of the solo events during the South Australian Long Track championships at Kapunda on Sunday.

The Lyndoch Historical Society held a wellattended Naming Day to celebrate Lyndoch’s discovery and naming by Colonel Light. Following the ceremony at Light’s plaque in Fiebig Square, a shared community tea was enjoyed in the meeting room at the rear of the Lyndoch Library. Afterwards, a most informative talk on the 1851 Lyndoch Township subdivision took place accompanied by a power point presentation. The society is commencing the town’s 175th anniversary with its first meeting to feature the centenary of the institute whose foundation stone was laid by William Gilbert on January 29, 1912. It will be held on

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of the Lyndoch Library. A power point presentation of the usage of the institute over the past 100 years will be the main feature. An anniversary cake will be cut during afternoon tea. The society is also remembering WWI servicemen as the monument to the fallen from the district was unveiled 90 years ago at the side of the institute. Anyone interested is welcome to attend. Please bring a plate of afternoon tea to share. The society has a few 1912 calendars still available that feature photographs of the Lyndoch Institute if anyone is interested in obtaining a copy. It is also seeking photographs of the institute especially showing events that have been held there over the years. It is also the centenary of the post office that was opened for business towards the end of 1912. Later in the year it is hoped that a weekend of celebrations (September 14, 15 and 16) organised by the hall committee, will be held to mark the official opening of the institute in September 1912.

Nuriootpa Seniors On January 17, Nuriootpa Senior Citizens gathered for the first monthly meeting for 2012, and everyone was welcomed by president Ingeborg Fimmel. It was a comparatively small number of members who attended, due partly to sickness or having other appointments. Nevertheless it was a nice, one could say, ‘cosy’ meeting. The morning hours were spent playing bingo, which has become quite popular. One wonders, could the possibility of winning a chocolate - or two - have anything to do with that? After a tasty, substantial, home-cooked style lunch, members were treated to and entertained by a very

funny joke, followed by a collection of photographs shown via the big screen television, of the last fashion show at the club, followed by the obligatory afternoon tea. One would expect everyone would have enjoyed the feeling of experiencing another successful, pleasant day at the club with fellow members, and now can look forward to next month. Dates to remember: February 7, social day (members bring own lunch; February 17, MCM; February 21, club day (guest speaker Mr. Tedstoll).

Army reunion Forty years ago, on January 23, 1972, Queen’s and Regimental Colours were presented to the 43rd Battalion (Bushman’s Rifles), Royal South Australia Regiment by the Governor-General of Australia, Sir Paul Hasluck, at a Ceremonial Parade on the Adelaide Oval. This Army Reserve Unit comprised men from rural and outback South Australia, Broken Hill and the Northern Territory. To commemorate this event a reunion is to be held in Adelaide on Sunday, February 5, 2012, starting at 11.30am with a visit to Adelaide Town Hall Council Chambers to “view” the Colours, now “laid-up” there. Lunch will follow at Keswick Barracks, after which there will be a visit to the Army Museum of South Australia and a heritage walk of the Barracks, highlighting its historical features. Much interest has been shown in the reunion, and it is hoped that most of the 400 men on parade that day 40 years ago will be able to attend and meet up with old mates. Letters have been sent to past members inviting them to attend. However, should a member not receive an invite, contact Hank Ramm on or Nat Cooke on 8266 0406.

SPORTS GAWLER 8-BALL Results from matches played on January 19. Overway Whos Ya Momma d Two Wells Commercial 11-4; Smithfield What The’s d Willaston Warriors 11-4; Two Wells No Fear.Comm d Exchange Hotel 10-5; XChanged d Roseworthy Shooters 9-6; Smithfield Outsiders d Willaston Farcues 14-1; Soccer Club Kruisers d Lyndoch Hotel 8-7; Roseworthy Blue d Soccer Club Eagles 9-6. Premiership Team P W L F A S Roseworthy Blue 11 10 1 102 63 20 Two Wells No Fear.Comm 11 9 2 106 59 18 Overway Whos Ya Momma 11 9 2 102 63 18 Smithfield Outsiders 11 8 3 104 61 16 Smithfield What The’s 11 8 3 101 64 16 XChanged 11 6 5 93 75 12 Soccer Club Kruisers 11 6 5 84 91 12 Soccer Club Eagles 11 5 6 88 77 10 Willaston Farcues 11 4 7 63 102 8 Two Wells Commercial 11 3 8 63 102 6 Lyndoch Hotel 11 3 8 65 100 6 Roseworthy Shooters 11 2 9 63 102 4 Willaston Warriors 11 2 9 61 104 4 Exchange Hotel 11 2 9 60 105 4

BAROSSA 8-BALL Team P W L Th Crownies 6 6 Breakers 6 4 2 EV Vipers 6 4 2 Wreakers 6 2 4 Big Balls 6 1 5 Springton 6 1 5 Results: Crownies d Big Balls Vipers d Wreakers 8-7.

F Ag 59 31 60 30 46 44 39 51 38 52 28 62 12-3; Breakers d

STARPLEX Basketball Monday evening men Division One: Wolverines d Blitzers 49-29; Crumpet Squad d M&M’s 56-31; Shooting Blanks d Flight Team 38-31; Run & Gun d He Got Game 44-35; Wizards d Beard Of Chuck 35-30. Division Two: Orlago Bujic d Wreckless 61-53; Flames d Dilligaf 52-45; Kings d Off In The Shower 26-23; Muffin Stuffers d Hurricanes 43-28; Black Knights d Turbos 50-17. Tuesday night men Stormtroopers d Deep Heat 33-14; James d Beam Team 62-28; Clumsy Ninjas d Taipans 43-21; Donkeys d Tanks 28-18; O2 Tha Fn d Gbs 79-22; Gawler Gunners d Has Beens 39-32; Hawks d The Was Nots 35-24; The Boys d Airballers 55-51; Outlaws d Gang Green 47-29. Thursday night mixed Fruit Hoops d Hungry Hippos 73-63; 5 Stars d Ultim8s 60-45; Steelers d Beamers 46-28; 69ers d Spurtics 58-28; Comets d Chicken 48-32; Black Magic d Its Only Social 55-39. Netball Monday night ladies Pythons d Don’t Care 29-15; South d Krazy Kats 32-17; The Bitties d Randoms 26-12;

% 65 66 51 43 42 31 Springton

Pts 12 8 8 4 2 2 13-2;

Fumble Beez d Meatloaf 2820; Watch Out d Xavier 29-14; Southies d Purple 31-7; Barossa High 5s d Bulldozers 32-18; Divas d Trinity College 21-20; Jitterbugs d South Gawler 28-11; Checkmates d Wild Turkeys 22-20. Tuesday evening mixed Black Thunders 33 d Pink Paws 25; Team Phat 16 d Vengaboiis 15; Power Rangers 35 d The Destroyers 7; Falcons 32d S Club 7 25; Whateva Treva 31 d Dirty Beaches 16; Hi Viz Heros 20 d Bitty 7’s 0; Balls Of Steal 20 d Demdem 0; Laura’s Team 31 d That’s What She Said 21. Wednesday evening ladies Tosnc Blue d Mixed Nuts 20-0; Family Affairs d Escapees 3326; Mels Army d Bits & Pieces 33-30; Mallala d Trinity 4 4130; Dirt Diamonds d Trinity 5 33-21; Trinity 1 d Mamma Bears 37-8; Kmp d Trinity 6 30-16; The Fruit Loops d Tigers 24-15; Triple S d Two Wells Roosters 27-19; Inxs d Nite Flyers 26-21; Lollipops d Trinity 2 32-15; Mels Army Bits & Pieces 33-30. Wednesday evening mixed Masterclass DTF 20-0; Rascals d Wildcats 20-0; Sparkle Motion d All Blacks 37-22; Skalliwags d Lucky Lemons 32-19. Volleyball Multiple Scorgasms d Khs Cobras 4 sets 1.

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Tigers ambush rivals By GRAHAM FISCHER THE roar was loud as Ambush Al led throughout to win the Kingsford Hotel Handicap (1200m) at last Wednesday’s Gawler races. The three-year-old, trained on the track by Gary Searle, has a significant connection with the Gawler Central Sporting Club and a number were at the track to cheer him home. Included in the ownership are Central’s Rod Knight, Tony Lamont, Wayne Hunt, Don Dieckmann, Ian Millen and Ryan Harris. Millen, who also helps out with umpiring in the Barossa, Light and Gawler Association, said initial plans had been to name the horse Tiger Tales after the club’s newsletter. “It wasn’t allowed so we eventually came up with Ambush Al,” Ian said. “A group of tigers is called an ambush, hence the first part of the name. The Al is after his sire Al Maher, it is not, as someone suggested after Al Capone who organised a few of his own ambushes.” A $3.50 chance, Ambush Al scored by a length-and-a-half from Ordynski’s Hill ($31) with Circle of Trust ($2 fav) a long head away third. The third placegetter is owned by a group from Angaston and is trained at Kildalton Park by Tony McEvoy. Searle bought up a double later in the day with Nevele Tol in the Coopers Premium Light Handicap (2100m), while McEvoy also had a winner, Protector, in the Coopers Clear Handicap (1100m) ridden by stable apprentice Jake Toeroek.

WINNERS: The Ambush Al team, from left, jockey Adrian Patterson, Ian Millen, Don Dieckmann, Ian Gore, strapper Brianna Searle, Ryan Harris, Wayne Hunt and Rod Knight. Inset, Ambush Al cruises to victory. Jockey Adrian Patterson told connections he had “been soft” on Ambush Al over the final stages. “He had his rivals covered and there was no need give him a hard run as it was only his second start,” Patterson said.

“I think he can only improve with racing and firmly believe he can win in town.” Searle said he bought the horse as a yearling at a Sydney sale for $12,000 and with a winner’s prize of $6700 is already on the way to repaying his purchase price.

Number 16 unlucky for some By ROBERT LAIDLAW In sporting parlance 13 is considered unlucky, while reaching 87 (runs) in cricket is quite often avoided. Another number will now be feared by Aussie Rules footballers, with any player accumulating 16 games of suspensions in their career being deregistered. The ramifications of the ruling could have an impact on the Barossa, Light & Gawler Football Association, as it embraces and includes all suspensions in most Australian football competitions, from the junior level up. There have been several players Australia-wide deregistered because of the rule, including triple Brisbane Lion (AFL) premiership player Darryl White who reached the ‘magical’ number while playing for St Marys in the Northern

Territory league. While it is easier to keep abreast of the tally locally, what will come into question in the future will be the suspension ‘baggage’ players recruited to the BL&GFA bring with them, although there also is an appeal process. “We haven’t been briefed by the SANFL yet, but I’m sure over the next month or so the full details will be given to us,” BL&GFA umpires coach Carl Whitaker said. “It won’t be a problem for the umps, as we just follow the AFL directives. It will be more of a concern for the players, who will have to keep it in the back of their minds as to where they are on the sliding scale, and avoid cheap suspensions. “Bad behavior is bad behavior, so it’s about cleaning up the image of sport, and the powers that be have drawn a line in the sand. To me it’s a good thing,

because an upper limit to poor behavior has been established.” Last season in the BL&GFA there were 19 reports over all four grades, including eight in A grade, from striking, rough conduct, abusive language and racial vilification. All were found guilty except for two - no case to answer and not guilty. There was one three match ban - the harshest - and six twomatch suspensions, with just two reprimands. In 2010 there were only two reports, one attracting a sixmatch ban, from the A grade grand final. In 2009 there were 10 reports and all were found guilty, the worse a five-match penalty to a reserves player for striking and rough conduct. Over the past three seasons, Willaston has had the most players reported with nine, plus a runner, with Barossa District second with four reports,

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although one was found not guilty. Three clubs have had three players reported in the period. One player (reserves) was reported twice, in 2009, and was suspended for seven games, which makes him the most vulnerable current player anywhere near the 16 game limit from playing in the BL&GFA. “At the end of the day the responsibility is for the clubs to be aware of the rule coming in and for them to advice their players,” BL&GFA president Robin Symes said. “If a player has accumulated 16 games worth of suspensions, they deserve to be questioned on why they have so many, and if there are some minor indiscretions, there is an appeal process in play. “Quite frankly, there are too many thugs hurting kids and they should not be playing, so in that regard it is a great rule.”



Rangers blow it Barossa and Light cricket By MIKE TEAKLE

OUT: Pitcher Liam Holland (left) throws the ball to first baseman Paul Skelton for an out against Flinders in Division Five.

By ROBERT LAIDLAW GAWLER Rangers’ Division Three side threw away their finals’ chances with a 4-8 loss to lowly-placed East Torrens. An all but impossible slim chance remains, if the Rangers can win their last five games and some divine intervention can create a miraculous solution involving other clubs’ fortunes. Leading 4-0 after four innings on Saturday, Gawler’s finals hopes were on the rise, but in a return to the ‘bad old days’ the side again lost a game it should have won, conceding four runs in each of the final two frames. The start was promising, with hits from Dylan Winning, Andre Benjamin, Sam Murphy and Shaun Clark giving the Rangers three runs in the first inning, back-to-back hits from Clark and Liam Holland scoring a fourth run in the fourth dig. Starting pitcher Benjamin was spot on through the first four frames, giving up just one hit and three walks while striking out four batters, in throwing shut-out ball. But the Torrens’ bats came alive in the fifth, with three consecutive hits and a trio of walks to score four times and tie up the ball game. Relief pitcher Rick Leonard came on to the mound in the sixth and final inning, but was unable to stem the flow, as the opposition scored four runs, although they were all unearned when, with two out, a wild throw kept the rally alive. With five games remaining for the season, Gawler is three-and-a-half games behind fourth team Woodville, which it plays in the final minor round.

This week the Rangers host bottom-of-the-table Adelaide Angels at Willaston from 3pm, and to call it a must-win game is an understatement. The Rangers B grade played well in defeating Flinders 11-8, with a combined five hits and four runs coming from Wayne Jenkins and Mark Amphlett at the top of the batting order, which was complimented by a three-hit, threerun effort from Paul Skelton. Pitcher Dean Richards was also solid through the first five innings, surrendering nine scattered hits for no walks and four K2s. Showing plenty of fight, Gawler’s C grade came back from a slow start, trailing 0-10, to be competitive over the remainder of the game. Graham Fischer batted two runs in on his hit in the fourth frame. Bases loaded walks to Josh Mayfield and Stephen Nemeth in the fifth inning made the final scoreline 4-17. Gawler remained in contention for the double chance in under 14s, with a 16-6 victory over Henley & Grange. Pitcher Jake Jarvis threw three innings for just three hits and two walks for six strikeouts, and collected four hits, while James Bergen, Chris Mayfield, Riley Holland and Michael Brain also had multiple hit games. The Rangers other under 14 team won on forfeit from East Torrens. Little League Majors played well in beating the Redsox 10-9. Little League Minors scored the maximum runs in a three inning game against Henley & Grange, winning 15-5, Trent O’Brien and Link Ryan hitting big doubles.

Division Three East Torrens 0 0 0 0 4 4 -8 Gawler Rangers 3 0 0 1 0 0 -4 Hits: Shaun Clark 2, Dylan Winning, Andre Benjamin, Liam Holland.

Division Five Gawler Rangers 11 d Flinders 8. Hits: Wayne Jenkins 3, Paul Skelton 3, Mark Amphlett 2, James Sheekey 2, Dean Richards, Steve Allen, Jimmy Hope, Aaron Jerram.

Division Seven GGCD 17 d Gawler Rangers 4. Hits: Adam Soar, Glen Holland, Trevor Norley, Stephen Nemeth, Jason Curry.

Under 14 Gawler 16 d Henley & Grange 6. Hits: Jake Jarvis 4, James Bergen 3, Chris Mayfield 3, Riley Holland 2, Michael Brain 2, Zac Allen, Mark Bergen, Ben Mayfield, Geoffrey Barraclough. Gawler Rangers 7 d East Torrens 0 (forfeit).

Little League Majors Gawler Rangers 10 d East Torrens 9. Hits: Brodie Ewen, Alex Smethurst, Tyler Davis, Matthew Young.

Little League Minors Gawler Rangers 15 d Henley & Grange 5. Hits: Trent O’Brien 2, Jackson Pike, Carter Powell, Hunter Powell, Link Ryan, Bailey Smith, Jacob Allen.

Next games: Saturday: Division Three v Adelaide at home, 3pm; Division Five v Glenelg away, 3pm; Division Seven v Playford Rebels at home, 12.30pm. Sunday: Under 14 A v Adelaide away, 12.30pm; under 14 B v GGCD away, 12.30pm; LL Majors v Port Adelaide away, 10am; LL Minors v GGCD away, 10am.

SANDY Creek (4/166) returned to the winners circle against Tanunda (132) in A1 cricket on Saturday. Thanks to solid batting from Matt Birchmore (61 not out) and Matt Donohoe (43) and some bowling heroics from Michel Burden 4/10 from three overs (including a hat trick) Sandy Creek was able to keep their finals’ hopes alive. Gawler Central (6/264) jumped into third spot with their upset win over second-ranked Gilbert Valley (162) on the back of Jamie Mccafferty’s 105 and Aaron King’s 59. Kapunda’s (3/216) win over Nuriootpa (91) sees the Bombers over haul Nuri into fourth spot. The Bomber’s total was built on a solid foundation with the top three batters Sam Ryan (41), Mark Johnson (82) and form batter Craig Reimann (60 not out) setting the tone. In the final A1 game, Angaston (207) overcame a shaky start that saw them sitting at 5/50 when captain Brett Burgess (53) joined his brother Ben (63) at the crease to guide the Blues out of trouble. South Gawler’s total of 109 was never a problem once the pair settled in. After a sluggish start to the season, Ben (who led the competition in scoring last season) now has three 50s to his name in the last four matches. Trent Burge’s 80 for Lyndoch (6/203) was the highlight of A1 reserves action on the weekend as they defeated Greenock (106) despite Craig Dahlenberg’s 65 runs. In A3 action, former League footballer (now RSMU key player) Zack Hier terrorised Freeling (95) by first taking 3/13 from eight overs before opening the batting for Gilbert Valley (3/203) and plundering the Redlegs attack for 101 before retiring. In one of the most dominant displays of the season South Gawler’s under 16’s amassed 3/261 annihilating Greenock (102) as opener Bradley Bain (104 not out) and Tyson Panagiotou (102 not out) went on a scoring rampage. A1 Sandy Creek 4/166 (M Birchmore 61*, M Donohoe 43*, B N Fuller 27 M Boschen 2/28) def Tanunda 132 (T Schwartzkopff 46 J B Marshall 31, M G Burden 4/10 inc hat trick, C Roberts 3/31). Kapunda 3/216 (M Johnson 82, C. Reimann 60*, S Ryan 41) def Nuriootpa 91 (C Burgess 30, M Ryan 3/27, T Barnes 2/0, R Johnson 2/7). Gawler Central 6/264 (J McCafferty 105, A J King 59, W K Serle 34, C A Mullins 2/44, J Shahinger 2/51) def Gilbert Valley 162 (R Vandeleur 39, J Vater 37, K. Vandeleur 34, A J King 4/26, T T Stock 2/29, W K Serle 2/33). South Gawler 109 (S M Lay 29, B Burgess 4/13, B J Klemm 3/34) def by Angaston 207 (B S Burgess 63, B Burgess 53, M Sims 4/28, T McArthur 2/13, J Mackereth 2/42). A1 Reserves Freeling 152 (R J Montgomery 59, J Wright 25; J J Krzoska 3/17, M Fagen 3/36, Z Giles 2/37) def Truro 60 (J Hirst 3/14, B W Montgomery 3/16, A Papas 2/12). Light Pass 8/213 (S Gallasch 39, W Gripton 37*, M Braunack 30, S Hill 29, D Urry 3/25) def EudundaRobertstown 8/149 (M Wilksch 36*, W Gripton 3/39, S Schmidt 2/38). Lyndoch 6/203 (T Burge 80, J V Wickman 26*, G Loffler 2/25) def Greenock 106 (C Dahlenberg 65, A Jeffery 3/10, E Giedel 3/12, J V Wickman 2/24). A2 Angaston 9/185 (J A Plush 39, J Rudiger 37, B Brook 37, T Carnelly 36, T Impett 2/2, S O’Donoghue 2/25, J Dare 2/28) def by South Gawler 8/213 (L McCracken 44*, N O’Reilly 41, B Rolton 37, S O’Donoghue 2/25, J Dare 2/28). Greenock 134 (J Robertson 34, J King 4/16, M P Davis 2/14) def by Gawler Central 198 (L Hughes 45, M S Perry 36, D Schilling 3/28, J Koch 3/37, A Keller 2/16). Nuriootpa v Light Pass. Tanunda 7/130 (T Mifflin 44, S T Koch 3/29, M Darlington 2/26) def Sandy Creek 114 (R C Handtke 31, T Mifflin 5/23, S Cox 3/22). A3 Sandy Creek Green 7/157 (B Nottle 45, S Doolan 43, L Hoffman 4/7, D Goddard 2/23) def Kapunda 116 (K Jarman 31, M M Good 28, J Power 3/25, G Hinderwell 2/12, S Doolan 2/21). Gilbert Valley 3/203 (Z Hier 101, P Callery 50*) def Freeling 95 (K A Wright 36, Z Hier 3/13, G Molineux 3/19, T Connell 2/5). Lyndoch 5/213 (W Roberts 66*, T Dickson 58, S

BRIDGE BAROSSA LAST Monday Bridge Barossa played a five-table Howell movement (when all pairs play each other) and narrowly first were Ken Farley and Peter Clerk with 56.7%, followed by Toni Harvey and Hans Haan 56.5%, Eunice Kampman and Jim Hayes 54.2%, Joan Lee and Kevin Jones 53.4%, Joan and Howard Haese 52%, Rhonda Wallace and Jill Allanson 49.6%, Adelaide Abbott and Miles White 46.7%, Pam and Max Jahn 43.7%, Mary Clerk and Evan Allanson 40%. On Wednesday, again at five-tables, a remarkable first were Elaine Kenny and Jill Allanson with 75.9%, followed by visitors from Brisbane Debarah and Peter Nilsson 60.2%, Joan Lee and Kevin Jones 55.1%, Helen Sandow and

SQUARE LEG: Sandy Creek’s Merv Darlington hits to square leg against Tanunda in A2. Vanmeerendonk 30, J A Smedley 2/17, P Foltenburg 2/44) def Sandy Creek Yellow 83 (T C Marshall 2/1). Truro 115 (K Munchenberg 58, N Heinze 3/21, S McMillan 2/7, M P Knight 2/15) def by Gawler Central 8/148 (G Kemp 41, S Dawe 29, D Hahn 2/24, K Hoffmann 2/27). Nuriootpa 128 (A Linden 69*, C B Bartel 26, S Lewis 5/32, D Eggleton 3/21, L Fleetwood 2/20) def by Tanunda 9/147 (B J Marshall 53, S Dswonitzky 31, R Schultz 3/13, A Linden 3/29). A4 Kapunda 8/116 (R Dippl 34, M Van Dissel 28*, S Green 3/23) def by Lyndoch 7/117 (A Melville 70, J C Schloithe 26, J Hodgson 3/12, R Dippl 2/19). Freeling 2/128 (C Eichner 65*, G Shaw 25*, S S Carmichael 25) def Greenock 120 (G Nitschke 43, D M Nitschke 37, A J Wright 3/5, H M Moss 2/18, G Rooney 2/34). Mallala 3/145 (D Nayda 2/32) def Nuriootpa 4/138 (A Reusch 72*, D Moore 37*). Gawler Central 77 (M Hoklas 3/15, N Burton 2/12, C Hart 2/12, D Hean 2/20) def by Tanunda 203 (M Hoklas 69, C Smith 37, S Leske 33, B Miegel 29; T Heinze 3/14, H Hutton 3.28). A5 Angaston 149 (G G Strathearn 48, P Antonie 27, J Branson 2/8, P J Allchurch 2/11, L Molineux 2/16, M Busch 2/27) def by Gilbert Valley 7/223 (T Reichelt 125, L Molineux 33, G G Strathearn 3/26, C M Schultz 2/27, P Antonie 2/37). Light Pass 3/190 (J Braunack 68*, B Matthews 46*,D Hausler 39, B. Elbourn 27) def South Gawler 8/185 (B Bain 43*, J Quast 32, P Blackburn 29, G Murphy 27, B Matthews 2/26, M Bartsch 2/44). Eudunda-Robertstown 5/137 (R Rule 51, J Haese 3/32) def Greenock 66 (B Rule 3/7, E Stacey 2/10, R Partington 2/12). Under 16 Freeling v Sandy Creek Gold. Gawler Central Black v Gawler Central Gold 151 (B Swan 28, V Kroon 25, J Grindley 2/8, T Stansborough 2/19, J Lamb 2/28). Kapunda 7/79 (J Connell 28*) v Angaston 29 (J Connell 4/7, T J Williams 3/5, J Brown 2/7). Greenock v South Gawler 3/261 (B Bain 104*, T Panagiotou 102*, J Robertson 2/28). Sandy Creek Green v bye. Nuriootpa/Light Pass 8/99 (K Schultz 26, J Good 4/16, B Wilson 2/18) v Mallala/Lyndoch. Under 14 Angaston 2/154) v Sandy Creek 8/86 (H Young 3/5). Gawler Central 5/142 (M Stewart 50*, B Acton 28, R Jenke 2/11) v Eudunda-Robertstown 84 (J Kroon 3/18). Gilbert Valley 3/92 def Freeling 80 (S McCabe 2/1, R McInerney 2/9). Lyndoch 4/115 (C Longo 52*, M Quinn 25*) def Nuriootpa 4/125 (N Lange 38*, M Dalliston 2/7). Tanunda 7/147 (A Radzevicius 34, S Dunn 32, N Burton 27*) def Kapunda 6/102 (E Matte 2/5). South Gawler v bye.

Ziggy Mentz 48.1%, Fran Hannan and Ron Male 47.2%, Hans Haan and Evan Allanson 46.8%, Marg Long and Trish Page 44.9%, Joan and Howard Haese 39.4%, Chris Stutley and Peta Connor 40%. Bridge is played at the Tanunda Oval RSL Hall Wednesdays at 1pm and Modays at 7pm. Information on 8563 3204.

RIFLE SHOOTING Kapunda Rifle Club Results of the January 21 Stephen Ahrens / Lyndoch Motors Trophy contested at 300 yards by 13 shooters and two visitors on a challenging swinging easterly wind. J Taylor had an excellent day and was the trophy winner. L Otto took Sniper.

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There was some excellent shooting by other members, new and old. On a sombre note, Mr Tim Neldner fired a single shot in memory of life member, Kevin Neldner. Scores: Fullbore: B Ireland: 45.1, 41.1, 86.2, 90.5, 16, J Hoerisch: 45, 47.3, 92.3, 97.25, 12 L Williams: 48.2, 46.2, 94.4, 96.25, 14 S Barrie dnf J Cawthorne: 43.1, 35, 78.1, 92.5, 14. F Class: P Larsen 52.2, 49, 101.2, 117.5, 17 S Larsen 52.4, 51.3, 103.7, 16 A Kerin: 54.1, 53.2, 107.3, 119.5, 20 T Otto 53.2, 59.2, 112.4, 120, 17 L Otto; 55.2, 56.1, 111.3, 117.75, 22 J Taylor 59.2, 57.4, 116.6, 120, 18 S Smithson 49, 54.3, 103.3 G Neldner 47.1, 43.1, 90.2, 112.5, 15 Next week - 300 yards.

SPORTS GOLF KAPUNDA THE forecast of a warm day brought most players out early for last week’s Hambours Real Estate 4BBB played as a par comp. A field of almost 50 players managed to beat the heat with some excellent scores . There were none better than the Hayter team of Al and son Kyle. Kyle had just finished playing in a state comp on some of Adelaide’s toughest courses and the practice obviously helped him immensely, as of the team’s +11, he himself had an amazing +10, (matching Tony Moritz the previous week). The 81 off the stick could well have been his first sub-80 if a couple of close putts had dropped. Kyle also won the “most fairways hit” with nine. I think if he is going to continue to “carry” his old man in this type of event, Al may need to lose a couple of kilos to help him out. Well done Al, you are obviously a great tutor. The runner up prize was won in a closely fought countback between four other teams, all on a very respectable +9. John Owen and Roger Mottau were the eventual recipients of the second prize. Mr and Mrs Strangward, Ian Clarke and Graham Black, and Gary Patterson and Mick Fiddes were the unlucky pairs who missed out, although it would be a little harsh to say that Blackie and Patto “missed out” because Graham picked up a dozen balls for his eagle on the par five 10th and Gary was the only player with four points on the 17th jackpot hole to collect almost $100. Well done guys. The women’s “most fairways hit” prize was collected by Janet Morrison with an amazing 12 (of 14), with Inge Smith not too far behind with 10. Twilight comp during the week again attracted in excess of 50 players and once again it took a very good score to win the day. In the last group in, Gabe Laucke had 24 points (I think two over par) and Kip Dunstan had 22 to win the “golfers” section. I played with the winner of the “non-golfers” section and let me tell you Phil Williams can hit a golf ball. Roseanne Rule was the best of the eight fillies with 18 points. On a less fortunate note, our gourmet barbecue king pulled up a little sore after only three holes. I would have thought you would still be able to lift a pair of tongs with torn shoulder tendons but maybe it was the weight of the Heinekin bottle that would have caused the grief. Anyway Geezer, you are now out of a job as Jimmy Wilson and Graeme Smith jumped in and admirably filled your big boots. Just joking, you’re the man and we wish you a speedy recovery back to the course and the barbie plate. Talking to Tony on Saturday, he was trying to blame the fact he had to carry his mate Theo over the past few months in the weekly skins comps for the demise of the shoulder. Truth be known his boxing days are finally catching up. Maybe you can get a “two for one” deal and get the dicky knee fixed at the same time. The club has recently invested in a “One Golf” program, which is a computer generated recording system for each player’s results in the day’s comp. It will enable the captain to easily sort out the end of the day’s proceedings and the handicapper will be almost unemployed. The big screen will allow all players to see an up-to-date leader board in each grade as players enter the scores from their round. All going well after a bit of training this week it will be up and running for the next Monthly Medal. It will be an exciting addition to the club and will no doubt generate a lot of discussion at the 19th. This week we have another pairs event with an ambrose scheduled for the Kapunda Landmark Trophy. Once again if the weather forecast is for a hot day, the tee opens when the sun comes up. BAROSSA Blue Course stableford competition. A grade J Biggins 39, r/u F Wheeler 39; B grade D Wall 41, r/u M Wilson 39; C grade K Dunstan 37, r/u M Siv 36. A grade (40 players): D McDonnell 39, T Giles, M Pix, P Alderson, R Perry, A Oats 38, G. Wellman, D Johnson 37. B grade (37 players): E Planthaber, R Harbord, D Batterbury 38, C Sims, R Hampel, R Staehr 36, G Mundy 35. C grade (19 players): G MacGillivray 36, T Bartlett, R Kerrison, C Sonntag 35. Ladies competition winner M Elix 39, M Fleer, J Lythgoe 37. NTP 3rd B Beattie; 4th second shot G Hill; 6th K Turnbull; 12th G Wellman; 10th second shot A Oats; 17th C Hughes. Long drives: A grade M Pix; B grade D Wall; C grade K Dunstan. Midweek White Course stableford competition winner A Steinart 41, r/u Z Fuller 40. Ball winners: A Edwards, I Fyfe 40, S O’Neil, A Bell, J Nash, T Turnbull, M O’Brien 39, M Humberdross, I Walker, M George 38. NTP 6th T Turnbull; 15th T Turnbull. 4BBB: K Obst, A Steinart. MT PLEASANT Saturday stroke - Glenn Finch Summer Cup. A grade: A Wake 67, S Tregenza 68, L Claridge 70, P Turvey 71, T Mitchell 73, R Searle 76, G Hutchinson 76. B grade: M Thompson 69, D Swann, T. Lehmann, I Wannan 70, J James 72, D McQueen, R Hargaves 73.

Midweek stableford. A grade: B Kneebone 44, G Benier 42, D Dowsett 39. B grade: K Franklin 43, T Lehmann 41, D Searl 37. Thursday ladies three-in-one. Stableford: Rosie Vincent 14, Chris Zerk 12; Stroke: Karen Franklin 24, Rosie Vincent 27; Par: Rosie Vincent +3, Libby Stephens sq, Karen Franklin sq. GAWLER Wednesday - Ladies; Les Milner had a fine 38pts to run away with the ladies comp while the inform Nikki Stuart was runner up with 35pts. Val Blows was next with 34pts. Thursday: Adam Jeffery with 70 was good enough to clean up the Scott Spencer Flooring Trophy from Russell Minett on 71 and Steve Jeffery on 72. Seems the new handicap system has put an end to those out of the blue rounds which seemed to happen to often. Ball winners; J Williams, R Hall, R Polito, G Barber, C Swinstead 73, B Moreau 74. NTPS: Elders 4th; J Peel, Spencer Flooring 6th, B Portlock, Elders 11th; J Baum. Birdie balls; J Peel, B Dempster, C Swinstead, L Rowley, R Minett, W J Martin, J Baum, D Butler, P Marsden, T Pearson. Next Thursday is Australia Day and we have golf as per normal but members can bring a guest along for only $7. So while you’re at it, come on out and tuck into a schooner and a steak sanger for only $10.50. Mid Week end : Trevor Korber’s new supersonic hip has got the handicappers attention and after a long layoff his 41 pts won midweek from Ian Chaplin with 40pts. Ball winners; G Brown 38, L Jeffery, R Milner 37. Birdies: S Byrnes, C Bartholomew, M Richer. Saturday: The pres shouted everyone a drink and next week it is Rod Grey`s turn after winning the Presidents Cup on a c/b from Jack Van Dommele and John Wozniak on 68. A grade; S Brown (69), C Commins (69), P Pogas (69). B grade; J.Van Dommele (68), J Wozniak (68), J Williams (70). C grade; R Grey (68), J Reaney (72), I Pye (72). Ladies: 1 G Potter (74). NTPS and Long Drives - Uleybury Wines 2nd; M Yardley, St.Kilda Hotel 3rd long drive, J Reaney, Giannitto Hotel Group 4th; P Roach, Kingsford Hotel 6th; A Kopania, Roseworthy Hotel 3rd shot 9th; C Thornton, Fasta Pasta long drive 10th; M Lukat, High Beam Car/ Dog Wash 11th; G Modra, Bushmans Hotel 14th; S Brown, Willaston Hotel 16th K Dredge. Ball winners; S Porter, M Yardley 70, G Chillingworth, D Willats, P Roach, P Cameron, R Flett, M Lukat, A Sota, G James 72, E Richardson, K Poulton, R Polito, J Fowler, G Long, C Ramsay. Birdie balls; A Kopania, K Morse, D Goodwin, M Collier, B Sankey, R Grey 4 and 6, P Cameron, I Pye, R Minett, P Roach, G Long. Eagle; A Sota 8th. This week is stableford playing for the Col Mckenzie Trophy. Sunday: Winner on 37 pts was Paul Turley. Ball winners: R Deer, B Santini. Birdies: R Malone. TANUNDA Saturday stableford/2BBB competition. Overall winner B Grocke 39 c/b (also had a hole-in-one on the 6th). A grade B Grocke 39, r/u P Denley 35; B grade D Lane 37, r/u J Gooden 34; C grade D Hemsley 39, r/u G Kruger 38; Ladies D Reichelt 34, r/u J Jeffries 32. Long drives: A grade T Pingelly; B grade D Lane; C grade N Harris; Ladies J Jeffries. NTP 6th P Grocke (Peter Lehmann); 8th D Lane (TPGB); 11th S Fechner (Langmeil); 16th D Lane (Rusden); 7th hole 2nd shot B Grocke (Kalleske). Rundown: D Forrest, K Owen 36, G Lamshed, A Ayres 35, A Coutie 34. 2BBB winner G Terry/D Hemsley 43, r/u N O’Brien/L Sauer 41 (c/b). Sunday Pro Shop stableford competition: D Fechner 36, S Rawlinson 35. Men’s Midweek stableford competition: C Schubert 38, T George (c/b), F Altmann 37, D Forrest 36, S Ward, J Blechynden, P Schultz 35. Ladies’ Midweek stableford competition: H Peter 37, C Hongell 33, L Montfort 32. NTP: J Jeffries; Long drive: J Jeffries. Thursday Twilight stableford, 9 holes. D Reichelt 22 (10 points), F Altmann 21 (7), B Andrews 21 (5), M Woodrow 18 (4). Adelaide Plains and Barossa Valley Veterans 56 golfers played the Kapunda golf course on Thursday and the event was sponsored by the Kapunda Golf Club. Results - A grade: 41 R Grigg (Highercombe), 39 J Thornhill (Tee Tree Gully), 38 G Dawson (Penfield). Ball winners: 37 D Butler (Penfield), J Ball (Two Wells), G Neilson (Barossa Valley); 36 J Pengilly (Riverton); 35 B Lythgoe (Barossa Valley); 34 B Lee (Kapunda); 33 P Frazer (Barossa Valley). B grade: 40 D Kaesler (Kapunda), 38 B Stewart (Balaklava), 36 T Dowling (Gawler). Ball winners. 35 J Riley, A Noack (Hamley Bridge); 34 M Reynolds, K Robinson (Barossa Valley), R Taylor (Penfield), J Spackman (Two Wells), H Jeske (Gawler). C grade: 36 E Filmer (Barossa Valley), 36 B Sims (Tanunda Pines), 34 G Brown (Gawler). Ball winners. 33 G Woods; 32 N Stringer (Hamley Bridge), 32 R Kraft (Barossa Valley); 31 P Jones (Penfield). NTP winners: A grade - V Zitto (Hamley Bridge); B grade - T Bateman (Kapunda); C grade - G Woods (Hamley Bridge).


Barossa, Light and Gawler tennis Senior results Division One: Kapunda 10-10-93 def 6-6-67 Roseworthy; Xavier Saints 8-8-82 def by 8-8-85 Vine Vale; Nuriootpa v Lyndoch; Tanunda had a bye. Kapunda confirmed its top place with a strong 10 sets to six win over Roseworthy at Kapunda on Friday night. The loss now places Roseworthy in fourth position on the ladder and it needs to regroup quickly in the lead up to the finals to defend its title. In other matches Vine Vale kept its finals chances alive by squeezing out a gallant Xavier Saints by three games in a close encounter at Lyndoch. Xavier Saints’ Damian McGee again showed his class by securing a good 6-3 win over Wade Dahlitz. Jordan Dare showed his all round sport prowess with a 6-3 win over Vine Vale’s Troy O’Donohue. In the ladies Vine Vale’s Megan Samain showed good form with a sound 6-2 win over Jayne Polito, however, Karen Fisher kept Xavier Saints’ score ticking along with a tight 6-4 win over Carolyn Thorne. Division Two: Willaston 12-12-92 def 4-4-48 Tanunda Black; South Gawler White v South Gawler Blue; Nuriootpa 9-9-83 def 7-7-77 Lyndoch; Tanunda White 11-11-92 def 5-5-70 Tod Street. Division Three: Willaston Blue 6-659 def by 10-10-84 Virginia White; Keyneton 7-7-57 def by 9-9-75 Willaston Red; Vine Vale 7-7-67 def by 9-9-75 Cockatoo Valley; Virginia Green 8-8-79 def 8-8-66 Willaston United. On the last of the Friday night games, Virginia Green won a close encounter with Willaston United. Willaston United gave away three sets (18 games) before the match even began, meaning that they had to fight even harder to try and secure a win. After the mixed doubles were complete Virginia Green had a very handy lead of four sets to two. Willaston United fought back bravely during the singles, winning four of the seven singles played. There was a wrestle going into the final sets, with Willaston United winning two of the three doubles played but it was not enough to secure a win. Virginia Green ended up winning the night by 13 games. Valiant 7-6 wins were had by Willaston United’s Matthew Lodge in his singles and Willaston United doubles combination of Matthew Lodge and Garry Townsend. For all things tennis in Gawler go to

Night Tennis Monday Night Red/White Cana’balls 8-64 def Peckers 4-49; Barossa Blues 6-52 def Maranock 651; Woodies 10-70 def Gully Breezes 2-49; Angaston All Stars 12-72 def Kapunda 0-29. Monday Night Blue The Whackits 12-74 def Nuts 4 Tennis 0-37; Whose Fault 9-70 def Keyneton 3-39. Wednesday Night Red Tanunda Down Under 12-72 def Toyota Cruisers 0-0; Lyndoch Leftovers 6-57 def Angaston Panthers 6-50; VVTC Bottles 6-62 def Nuri Chasers 6-58; Gibson Wines 968 def The Bye 3-48. Wednesday Night White Stablemates 8-64 def What a Racquet 4-40; Team Racket 9-63 def Loose Cannons 3-41; Match Fixers 866 def Mixers 4-39; Rebels 6-51 def Hermansberg 6-47. Wednesday Night Blue Manooknas 6-62 def Tiggers 6-57; Havin a Ball 8-61 def Making a Racquet 4-38.

ACROBATIC: Carl Nys of Willaston in Division Two tennis.

Barossa and Light Tennis Association premierships Seniors Division One R Team P 1 Kapunda 10 2 Nuriootpa 8 3 Lyndoch 10 4 Roseworthy 9 5 Vine Vale 10 6 Tanunda 9 7 Xavier Saints 10 Seniors Division Two R Team P 1 Willaston 11 2 Lyndoch 12 3 Tanunda White 12 4 South Gawler Blue11 5 Nuriootpa 12 6 Tod Street 12 7 South Gawler White11 8 Tanunda Black 11 Seniors Division Three R Team P 1 Virginia Green 10 2 Willaston Blue 11 3 Willaston United 12 4 Vine Vale 11 5 Cockatoo Valley 9 6 Willaston Red 12 7 Virginia White 8 8 Keyneton 11 Juniors Division Three R Team P 1 Angaston 9 2 Nuriootpa 9 3 Moculta 8 4 Tanunda White 8 5 Kapunda 9 6 Tanunda Silver 6 7 Lyndoch 8 8 Tanunda Black 9 Juniors Division Four R Team P 1 Tanunda Black 9 2 Nuriootpa 9 3 Lyndoch 9 4 Tanunda Silver 9 5 Kapunda 9 6 Angaston 9 7 Tanunda White 9 8 Vine Vale 9 Juniors Division Five R Team P 1 Angaston 7 2 Kapunda 8 3 Marananga 8 4 Lyndoch 7 5 Freeling 8 6 Tanunda 8 7 Keyneton 8 Juniors Division Six R Team P 1 Freeling 8 2 Kapunda Red 8 3 Tanunda Black 8 4 Vine Vale Green 8 5 Vine Vale White 8 6 Angaston 8 7 Nuriootpa 8 8 Tanunda White 8 9 Kapunda Black 8

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The Herald Bowls Report Barossa and Light results Results for Saturday Pennants - January 21. Division One

Angaston 126 v Eudunda 82. J Standish 30 v M Schutz 21; B Bowden 43 v J Hanns 12; D Jaunay 26 v B Warner 21; B Teakle 27 v P Eva 28. Nuriootpa 97 v Lyndoch 87. R Walker 29 v B Howell 19; R Grope 30 v P Uranjek 19; S Allen 23 v C Rule 26; W Williams 15 v P Woods 23. Tanunda 100 v Freeling 98. B Pech 27 v H Sykes 22; R Schneider 12 v C Kearns 31; P Rost 41 v L Ryan 15; C Mahoney 20 v J Morris 30. Kapunda had the bye. Division Two

Angaston Blue 86 v Angaston White 55. L Teakle 26 v B Tuttle 25; E Bond 37 v C Tabe 11; C Reardon 23 v D Armstrong 19. Kapunda 57 v Tanunda White 79. K Matthews 27 v M Hurst 23; P Hart 20 v T Ratsch 29; J Trotta 10 v B Wallace 27. Nuriootpa Black 77 v Lyndoch 69. T Elix 28 v R Fillsell 21; T Gibbons 24 v B Allen 27; N Jaensch 25 v M Launer 21. Tanunda Black 61 v Nuriootpa Gold 84. D Meertens 21 v I Klaebe 28; A Price 20 v P Buckley 36; D Schiller 20 v N Collyer 20. Freeling had the bye. Division Three

Eudunda 67 v Freeling 68. R Hams 19 v K Bettens 27; F Schmidt 25 v L Goedecke 27; G Schutz 23 v G Holmes 19. Kapunda Black 57 v Nuriootpa Gold 82. J Baldwin jnr 16 v N Nolan 28; C Reardon 18 v K Bullock 25; K Dooley 23 v M Sims 29. Lyndoch 54 v Tanunda 62. C Turner 27 v D Goodwin 13; P Sharrat 10 v T Leech 27; A Gerrard 17 v G Graetz 22. Nuriootpa Black 78 v Kapunda Red 86. P Collyer 25 v B Cummins 34; K Harrison 23 v B Brearly 31; P Jones 30 v D Franks 21. Angaston had the bye.

Bowls teams EUDUNDA Division One has a bye. Practice match at Eudunda. Team One: J Pfitzner, M Weymouth, P Gordge, B Marshall; L Mosey, A Brook, P Dutschke, M Nietschke; S Schutz, M Treloar, G Mitev, J Hanns. Team Two: G Minge, T Branford, M Geister, A Pfitzner; K Henrich, M Christie, P Obst, B Warner; H Jenke, R Schultz, D Leditschke, M Schutz. Division Three v Nuriootpa Gold at Nuriootpa: C Menz, M Nietschke, T Schiller, G G Schutz; G Zerner, R Regnier, F Schiller, R Hams; G O Schutz, D Pope, K Laucke, F Schmidt. Cars to leave at 12.30pm. Thursday, January 26 - no games. FREELING Division One v Kapunda at Kapunda: T Johansen, L Mullins, J Brydson, J Morris; S Sloan, N Lee, J Grantham, H Sykes; I McFarlane, N Marslen, T Mullins, L Ryan; K Swanson, T Secomb, T Heinjus, C Kearns. Division Two v Angaston Blue at Angaston: A Drury, S Ryan, K Price, F Hines; Pam Waldegrave, P Flowers, R Ratsch, B Schuster; Phil Waldegrave, L Swanson, D Johansen, G Maynard. Division Three v Kapunda Red at Freeling: G Thompson, D Jamieson, W Pitt, K Bettens; O Howson, P Erskine, C Trestrail, G Holmes; P Fryer, W Rivett, D Schirmer, L Goedecke. No midweek games. KAPUNDA Division One v Freeling at Kapunda: Ruth Scoot, J Scholes, I Otterspoor, M Dew; C Doecke, G Donovan, W Reardon, R Rogers; W Beavan, A Reinders, P Voumard, G Redden; R Gill, T Scholes, B O’Reilly, T Rae. Duty Rink: T Rae. Division Two has a bye. Division Three Red v Freeling at Freeling: B Adams, B Goodfellow, R Doecke, T Scoot; P Sando, P Dobbin, G Campbell, B Brealey; F Dobbin, A Thiele, B Carrick, D Franks. Cars: Leads.

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Angaston Blue 51 v Nuriootpa Black 61. B Teakle 25 v T Billing 20; M Hurn 10 v R Ellis 21; C Tabe 16 v T Elix 20. Eudunda 56 v Angaston White 75. J Willoughby 28 v T Edwards 14; R Hams 16 v D Armstrong 35; B Mader 12 v I Langley 26. Kapunda Red 38 v Nuriootpa Blue 67. C Sunman 11 v B Randall 23; P Voumard 10 v D Wilson 28; B O’Reilly 17 v P Rosenberg 16. Lyndoch Gold 60 v Kapunda Black 69. B Day 13 v G Redden 41; J Sharrett 23 v T Rae 14; D Hausler 24 v R Rogers 14. Nuriootpa Green 46 v Freeling 79. W Williams 27 v I McFarlane 17; I Klaebe 11 v H Sykes 31; R Garrett 8 v C Kearns 31. Nuriootpa Gold 80 v Lyndoch Blue 61: R Chapman 27 v M Launder 24; R Walker 29 v D Moncrieff 15; T Gibbons 24 v B Allen 22. Tanunda Black 62 v Tanunda White 51. C Mahoney 28 v A Price 13; D Heidenreich 14 v R Schnieder 18; J Garrett 20 v T Ratsch 20. Ladies

Angaston 86 v Tanunda 85. G Armstrong 25 v M Hurst 18; E Argent 17 v M Meertens 23; L Lablack 17 v K Wallace 31; E Bond 27 v G Woods 13. Eudunda 83 v Nuriootpa 81. D Leditschke 21 v D Baker 24; M Nietschke 12 v M Elix 23; P Dutschke 30 v M Nolan 20; B Marshall 20 v P Jones 14. Kapunda 86 v Lyndoch 59. C Holmes 24 v D Jones 16; C Reardon 23 v V Reeves 15; H Sexton 25 v C Turner 10; R Scoot 14 v G McLeod 18. Freeling had the bye.

Division Three Black v Lyndoch at Kapunda: S Franks, B Sweet, J Pitman, C Reardon; T Noack, D Parish, J Baldwin jnr, K Dooley; D Sweet, T Waterman, E Pitman, J Baldwin snr. No Thursday matches. LYNDOCH Division One v Tanunda at Tanunda: Cars depart 12.30pm: T Teague, J Sharratt, G Zerk, P Woods; Di Jones, T Drummond, G Ayres, C Rule; R Vanstone, D Green, D Hausler, B Howell; G Reeves, K Gavin, W Southern, P Uranjek. Division Two v Tanunda White at Lyndoch: D Wilson, E Palmer, T Noble, R Filsell; R Heidrich, P Handke, B Koch, M Launer; A Streames, R Idel, C Turner, A Turvey. Duty Rink: R Filsell; Bar Rink: A Turvey. Division Three v Kapunda Black at Kapunda: Cars depart 12.30pm: L Lange, M Richards, J Allwood, D Turvey; K Brown, J Emerson, I Turner, A Gerrard; I Knight, B Fisher, S Drummond, E Smith. No Thursday matches. ANGASTON Division One v Nuriootpa at Angaston: N Smith, F Thomas, T Edwards, D Jaunay; S Heinze, M Short, K Brook, B Bowden; J Jensen, J Argent, L Buckley, J Standish; M Renshaw, B Hurn, K Sandford, B Teakle. Manager: D Jaunay. Umpires: F Thomas, B Teakle. Duty Rink: B Bowden. Division Two Blue v Freeling at Angaston: A Hall, B Copperwheat, M Johnston, E Bond; M Storton, K Renshaw, I Langley, C Reardon; D Tye, J Harris, M Teakle, L Teakle. Manager: M Storton. Division Two White v Tanunda Black at Tanunda: P Gibbons, W Sibley, L Schulz, D Armstrong; M Hurn, M Klingner, B Bullock, B Tuttle; P Pech, T Hopkins, A Booth, C Tabe. Manager: D Armstrong. Cars: Thirds. Division Three v Tanunda at Tanunda: R Benjamin, J Carruthers, J Rodgers, I Philp; P Clark, B Agars, S Barnden, H Schmied; A Grear, D Copperwheat, F Booth, C Vereyken. Manager: S Barnden; Cars: Depart 12.45pm; Drivers: Leaders.

No Thursday matches. TANUNDA Division One v Lyndoch at Tanunda: C Neldner, J Garrett, S Mewett, C Mahoney; S Pech, D Grear, D Heidenreich, P Rost; R Ellis, K Bartsch, I Graetz, R Schneider; P Baverstock, I Jaensch, R Mewett, B Pech. Duty Rink: B Pech. Division Two Black v Angaston White at Tanunda: J Ralston, K Schmaal, G Woods, A Price; G Farquharson, P Secker, K Wallace, D Schiller; G Rainsford, D Pech, M Meertens, D Meertens. Division Two White v Lyndoch at Lyndoch: K Schliebs, M Silvestro, B Williams, B Wallace; F Altmann, W Noack, D Martin, M Hurst; H Rohrlach, D Koch, I Frick, T Ratsch. Division Three v Angaston at Tanunda: D Ralston, G Ahrens, B Hoklas, D Goodwin; G Meyer, T S Heinrich, C Graetz, J Miegel; M Goodwin, J Stevens, D Light, T Leech. No Thursday matches. NURIOOTPA Division One v Angaston at Angaston: L Fuss, G Prior, C Jones, R Grope; P Fechner, R Ellis, R Chapman, R Walker; R Mattschoss, R Garrett, G Langley, W Williams; S Ryan, R Randall, T Billing, S Allen. Cars depart 12.45pm; Drivers: G Prior, P Fechner, R Garrett, R Randall. Division Two Gold v Nuriootpa Black at Nuriootpa: M Jones, Pam Jones, D Langley, P Buckley; D Bessell, L Cook, N Christopherson, N Collyer; P White, R Warnest, P Rosenberg, I Klaebe. Umpires: R Warnest, D Bessell; Duty Rink: P Buckley. Division Two Black v Nuriootpa Gold at Nuriootpa: C Hughes, M Simpkin, L Tscharke, T Elix; C Baker, S Rogers, D Wilson, T Gibbons; A Jones, M Boehm, D Baker, N Jaensch. Red stickers please. Division Three Gold v Eudunda at Nuriootpa: C Forbes, G McCormick, J McIntosh, J Mattner; K Williamson, B Jones, L Steer, M Sims; John McIntosh, J Chapman, V Bessell, K Bullock. Duty Rink: M Sims. Division Three Black has a bye. No Thursday bowls.

Premiership tables DIVISION ONE Team Tanunda Nuriootpa Freeling Angaston Lyndoch Kapunda Eudunda DIVISION TWO Team Nuriootpa Gold Angaston Blue Nuriootpa Black Tanunda White Kapunda Tanunda Black Lyndoch Angaston White Freeling DIVISION THREE Team Nuriootpa Gold Kapunda Red Kapunda Black Tanunda Eudunda Nuriootpa Black Freeling Lyndoch Angaston MIDWEEK Team Kapunda Black Tanunda Black Freeling Nuriootpa Gold Nuriootpa Green Lyndoch Blue Nuriootpa Black Kapunda Red Lyndoch Gold Nuriootpa Blue Tanunda White Angaston White Angaston Blue Eudunda LADIES Team Nuriootpa Kapunda Eudunda Freeling Angaston Tanunda Lyndoch

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Who are key players at your club? The leaders and everyone else comes after them. What is your most important attribute? I listen and sometimes I can look like I’m listening, but I’m not really. Who is a character at the club and why? Many characters are back at the club after a good win on Saturday afternoons. Who is the best player you have played with and against? I played in a winning team with Les Schluz on Saturday (an absolute champion of our club). Against, Liam Buckley, couldn’t beat him in club singles. Major influence in your lawn bowls: I have to say my wife for filling in for me at the shop on Saturday afternoons so I can play bowls. Who are your sporting idols? In bowls, C W Short (my grandfather, expresident of Railways Bowling Club, was still skipping in Metro 2 (Edwardstown) aged 89. He got a lucky break after getting shot in the stomach at Goana (near Kokoda) in WW2 and wasn’t meant to make it home. Any superstitions? Where do I start? What event has inspired or amazed you? I’m amazed that our team in the Angaston pub day is still undefeated after three years. If you were Prime Minister what issue would you address? People who work the hardest should always get the most rewards.

Pet hates on the bowls rink? The wind. Favourite actor and movie? Watched Red Dog recently with my family, probably not a good choice for two young girls. If someone had to play you in a movie who would it be? Ross Noble, we both have good size noses. Greatest moment and disappointment? The birth of my kids. In bowls it’s getting the chance to step out on the green every Saturday. Disappointment, I’m one of the few at Angaston who hasn’t won a pennant yet. How would you spend a million dollars? I wouldn’t, I’m as tight as they come. What other sport would you love to be the best in the world at and why? I think I can get some good odds on making the Pakistan cricket team. If you could have any four people stranded on a deserted island with you who would they be and why? My wife and daughters and one of the team from Harvey World Travel at Nuri, they are that good and would know how to get us to the next island.

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TRAINING for umpires for the 2012 season of the Barossa, Light and Gawler Football Association is about to begin. Senior coach Carl Whitaker said preseason would begin on February 8 at Trinity College, Gawler on the back oval at 6pm. “All current umpires and anyone interested in getting involved in umpiring are invited to attend this first night,” Carl said. Training will involve fitness testing in the first few weeks and will then evolve in to cardio and strength training. “We need to recruit young and old, male and female, junior, boundary and field umpires in order to satisfy the needs of our growing competition,” he said.

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FOR football lovers, the season is drawing nearer. What better way to get back into the swing than by attending what will surely be one of the biggest nights on the 2012 football calendar? A ‘Hard Dogs Night’, a roast of the Gowans brothers, Chris and James, will be held on February 25 at the Festival Function Centre. For a cost of $85per-person there will be a three-course meal and five hours of beer, wine and soft drinks. So head come along and celebrate the Gowans’ career so far and relive their finest moments with teammates, coaches and umpires. This is one not to be missed.

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This allowed Angaston to climb into the four on the back of their resounding 44shot win over Eudunda that was highlighted by Brian Bowden’s 31shot win over Jeff Hams’ rink. With just 42 points separating the top five we can expect to see plenty more ‘musical chairs’ on the premiership table as the season draws to its conclusion. 48 Murray Street, Gawler


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TASTY: Shrimp ready for bait - or tasting.

By LUBIN PFEIFFER TO FISH well you need to think like a fish. In times of desperation on the water all bases should be covered and even that of eating like a fish. A perfect example of this was with a friend on a recent kingfish trip, where 12 hours staring at balloons for no action was starting to send us crazy. At the end of the day, just to make sure, we took the squid we were using for live bait off the hook and cooked them. They tasted great. I’m unsure why the kingfish didn’t think the same. But this did give us a good knowledge as to why the fish would eat them when they did.

A recent trip to the Murray brought a similar example to mind of another fishing friend of mine. He could only manage to catch carp when the two anglers beside him were nailing some very good sized legal callop. Really wanting a good fish for dinner this was getting quite distressing. Using the same rod, rigs and line there were very little differences in what we were doing. So the only thing left for my friend to do was to pull a live shrimp fresh from the bucket to make sure they tasted okay. A couple of chews and a nod of satisfaction ensured that maybe it wasn’t the bait not catching him any fish. Tight lines until next week.

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Kurtz hushes Nuri Roar By MIKE TEAKLE THE Angaston Strokers collected the first trophy of the 2011/12 cricket season by winning the Vine-Inn Big Bash at Nuriootpa on Sunday. The Strokers triumphed over the Vine-Inn Roar in a shortened final (15 overs-perside), due to a dominant performance by Brandon Kurtz. He made 87 runs off less than 30 balls as he dispatched the Roar’s attack to all areas of the park in a remarkable display of power hitting. Having set the Roar a target of 150, Angaston’s bowlers went to work by dismantling the Roar who finished at 9/110. Not even Adelaide Crows football star Bernie Vince, who had been the hero for the Roar earlier in the day, could help his side to victory. Vince had an unbeaten knock against the Freeling Waterfowls in a knockout game. Then in the semi-final he made spectacular spectator viewing when he caught the ball just before reaching the boundary rope

and lofted it before running back into play and completing the dismissal to draw the match and send it into a oneover shootout, where his team was successful. Angaston captain Brett Burgess was elated but realistic when summing up. “It’s fantastic to get the win,” he said. “The $1000 prize money will be handy for our club but that said it was not our main objective. “It was good that a couple of guys found form and hopefully Kurtzy can translate that into some scores on Saturdays. He’s been good this season and if he can turn his 20s and 30s into 50s we’ll be a lot stronger at the business end of the season,” Burgess said. The event proved another big success for the organisers adding strength to cricket in the region. Next year the Nuriootpa club will pay close attention to the irrigation system that came on overnight, which caused the pitch on oval one unplayable for the first hour of the day.

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