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Five-year-old Ayla Loan from Tanunda wasn’t afraid to take on this bungee ride at the Tanunda Show on Saturday. According to organisers a full program and perfect weather conditions drew in the crowds. For more photos turn to pages 4 and 5 and click on the photo gallery at PICS: Shaun Kowald.



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Eggciting competition New laws soon to involve young ones THIS week the Herald has worked to provide readers with an array of features - packed full with useful tips, what’s on and products and deals worth spending your money on. New for the Herald is an eight-page feature specifically designed for women. The guide provides fantastic deals on offer for women’s products including skincare and fashion, plus the latest advice on trends such as tattoos. There is also details on a cheap holiday escape for two people to Airlie Beach in Queensland. With fine weather predicated by Saturday, why not take the family on an outing to the Mt Pleasant Show. The usual attractions of horses, exhibitions, food, refreshments and entertainment continue so head along. Turn to page 38 for all the details or visit If you’re looking to purchase a property or considering an investment, them check out the Domain real estate guide. This week Domain features a stunning property located in Williamstown. The house has four bedrooms, established gardens and an outdoor entertainment area, and certainly ticks all the boxes of a dream property. Wedded Bliss also returns highlighting the recent marriage of Tanunda’s Sophie Lambert and Todd Kuchel. If you want to share your special day with the Herald them visit and click on the ‘Community’ icon and ‘send us news’ and upload your details and a high resolution photo.

AMENDED Barossa protection laws are expected to be introduced this month. Responding to an article published in the Herald last week, Planning Minister John Rau said the new Barossa protection Bills and associated development plan amendment (DPA) would be introduced ‘very soon’. Mr Rau announced in February he would be introducing amended versions of the legislation to address community concerns over unintended restrictions on appropriate development. The current DPA classes virtually all development in the protected area as noncomplying, adding time and costs to the process. Mr Rau said he made the announcement in February to keep the community informed of progress on the protection Bills and DPA. “Since then, departmental officers have been working with the Barossa Council and other interested parties to make sure that the new DPA and Bill properly address the valid concerns of the community,” he said. “I have been personally involved in discussions with the mayor Brian Hurn to ensure he is fully informed. Departmental staff will be meeting again with the council on Tuesday to provide an update on progress.” Mr Rau refuted claims by Member for Schubert Ivan Venning that the DPA was hurting Barossa businesses. “It seems unlikely that the DPA has had a significant effect on businesses’ viability, compared to other factors,” he said. “The idea of a protection Bill and DPA comes from the Barossa community’s concerns to protect its character, heritage and industry from urban sprawl. “It is not an easy task to find an approach that will satisfy everyone, but I am confident we can produce an outcome which will protect the Barossa from urban sprawl while allowing the local economy to flourish.”

EASTER’S just around the corner and for many children that means an eggstra special time to enjoy chocolate. This year, the Herald in conjunction with Nuriootpa’s Barossa Mall, business owners and operators will run a colouring in competition with eggcellent prizes, including saving’s starter accounts, up for grabs. The unique Easter image is being created and will be available for parents to either grab online at or pick up through participating businesses. Children will be placed into aged appropriate categories. Further details including closing dates and announcement of winners will soon be revealed. In addition, the top entries chosen will be placed on the Herald website for relatives and friends to view. So now is the time for children to sharpen their coloured pencils or have ready their crayons, paints or special coloured pens to get creative. Check out next week’s edition of the Herald for more details.

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Heads held high Perry workers can hold onto pride after closure ALTHOUGH Perry Trade Service has closed, its managing director Wayne Perry says the company and its employees can still hold their heads high. The closure of the Nuriootpa-based business, which provided services including electrical, plumbing, data, security and automation, is the final chapter on a long journey for the company and its owners. Established almost 20 years ago as a sole trader electrical business, the company had grown to employ more than 50 local people, but the economic downturn and increasing pressures on business hit Perry's hard, forcing it to reduce its workforce by half over the past two years before eventually announcing its closure on Tuesday, March 6. The business is now for sale, either in part of as a whole, through administrators Macks Hall Clifton. This provides a great opportunity for someone to pick up the well established business under a new business model to take it into the future. Mr Perry said nothing untoward had been done and it was the changing market situation and a lack of required resources to adapt in time that has impacted on the company. "We have had a lot of growth for a lot of years, to the point where we were employing 52 people,” he said. While Mr Perry described the closure as 'devastating', he is remaining philosophical. "I guess it is 20 years of blood, sweat and tears that have pretty well been pulled out from under us, but there is nothing we can do," he said. "Tomorrow the sun will come up and we just have got to get up and do whatever it takes to get back on our feet. "Most important to all of us is our families, so we have just got to stick together." The closure came as a shock to much of the Barossa, including the company's staff, but Mr Perry said the timing of it was necessary and had the least impact on customers and creditors. "There is always impact, but it was the best it could be from the situation," he said. Mr Perry said he had received plenty of support from all aspects of the Barossa community following the closure.

"I couldn't even count the number of messages, phone calls and letters from right across the community, from customers, employees, suppliers to friends, just giving us their support and thinking of us," he said. "We have just got to say thank you to everyone who has given us that emotional support, it means so much." Mr Perry said he had been trying to keep track of staff members since he announced the closure.

"I guess it is 20 years of blood, sweat and tears that have pretty well been pulled out from under us, but there is nothing we can do.” - Wayne Perry "Most of them came up and shook my was quite emotional, but certainly there wasn't any level of anger," Mr Perry said. "We were like a big family here so that made it all the harder to make that decision, but at the end of the day it was a decision that needed to be made. "Most of the employees, from what I have heard, have been able to pick up work, which is great. "I just wish all our employees the best for the future and trust that all their dreams come true." The closure of Perry Trade Services also leaves a gap the in the training of young people in the Barossa. It had trained around 35 apprentices and each year took between 20 and 30 students for work experience placements. “It will be interesting, because with the level of service this company did provide and its community support, I think it might be missed in the valley," Mr Perry said. “At the same time, in the current climate where everyone is facing financial pressures, the service model wasn't suiting. “That is probably one of the issues that has led us to get to here. At the same time with a growing list of long-serving businesses disappearing, maybe we should all take stock of what impact this may have on our community in the future.” For one reader’s comments on the closure, see the Letters to the Editor on page 12.

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By GRAHAM FISCHER IMPROVEMENTS continue at South Australia’s major thoroughbred training complex Kildalton Park at Angaston. Trainer Tony McEvoy said a new 1800 metre track was being built to give the complex a total of three training options. Work was also being done on remodelling the entrance to the McEvoy Mitchell racing complex. “The new track will be a bit of a switch off track to give the horses a chance to unwind mentally,” McEvoy said. “It will be for horses to simply walk, trot or canter . “The track will wind through the property with turns and up and down hill sections.” McEvoy said it was a bit like some of the training complexes at Chantilly in France and on the English downs. “The horses will be able to be ridden along the track past rows of gum trees, a dam and open paddocks - it will give them a chance to wind down after a race.” McEvoy said the composition of the track would be a combination of material from the old synthetic track and a mixture prepared at Kildalton Park. The shape of the track has been laid and work should be completed next month. At the entrance to Kildalton Park, the row of Cyprus Pines which were planted more than 40 years ago, have been removed. “A number had died so it has been decided to reshape the entrance and give the property a fresh, new look,” McEvoy said. Since McEvoy and Victorian


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NEW: David Gordon, of McEvoy Mitchell Racing, taking a walk around the new track being installed at Kildalton Park. businessman Wayne Mitchell purchased the property from David Hayes they have already replaced the two training tracks used to prepare the horses. The all-weather Viscoride track was the first one updated. But what initially had been planned as a top up ended up as

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THE Barossa and Light Children’s Market marks its first birthday this Sunday and everyone is welcome. The popular family event, hosted at the Freeling Recreation Park, involves free entry with plenty to see and do. Organisers Serena Ahrns and Michele Riddle believe the community market is growing bigger each event due to the Freeling Recreation Park providing a great place for a family day event where children can run around on the oval or play on the playground safely. Organised for March 18 is a jumping castle, a face painter and Cool 4 Kids entertainment. There will be a variety of food available including a sausage

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sizzle, a potato van and hot beverages. Also, don’t forget to check out the 40 stalls displaying a variety of goods. The first birthday market event is again proudly supported by Freeling Estate. Other sponsors include Slush-a-Licious, Gawler Arcade Snack Bar, Crazy Monkeys Play Café and Photography by Emma Pevreal, who will take portrait photos on the day. The market runs from 11am to 3pm and other market dates for 2012 fall Sunday, June 24, Sunday, September 16, and Sunday, December 9. Those interested in being a stallholder or sponsor, please email Serena and Michele on barossa.light.childrensmarket

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AT HOME: Lisa Rohrlach (with certificate) relaxes in the family vineyard at Vine Vale with (from left) Anita Bowen, Steve Clarkson and Leanne Hutton from Foundation Barossa. WITH the dream of becoming a high school agriculture teacher and one day returning to the Barossa to teach, Lisa Rohrlach knows exactly where she wants to be in the future. Lisa is currently studying Agricultural Science at Adelaide University and has been announced as this year’s Thomas Scholarship recipient. The Thomas Scholarship is offered each year by Foundation Barossa to assist a student in their tertiary education. Lisa grew up at her family’s Vine Vale property, where she spent time hand-pruning, driving tractors, hand picking and training vines. She has now moved to Adelaide to be closer to her studies, which are split between Adelaide University’s North Terrace, Roseworthy and Waite campuses.

In selecting the recipient, the advisory panel making the decision looked over applications from a wide range of candidates before selecting Lisa. The advisory panel said Lisa was an “outstanding candidate and very deserving of the Thomas Scholarship, in terms of all the criteria”. “She is committed to the Barossa and a bonus is she is a terrific ambassador for the Thomas Scholarship and as a daughter of the Barossa viticultural and wine community,” read the panel’s comments. Lisa said the scholarship would take off a lot of pressure for tuition fees and books, and she expressed special thanks to Foundation Barossa for the scholarship.





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Another tale JUST 18 months on and respected author Rosanne Hawke, from Kapunda, has released another book. This time she has chosen to set her story in rural Australia after her previous book Marrying Ameera delved into Pakistan culture and arranged marriages. Rosanne (right) said The Messenger Bird is both haunting and gothic. It combines the past and the present as she tackles a wide range of issues including death and grief, along with drought and isolation. The novel features a young girl called Tamar. ‘She has never felt so alone. Her much-loved older brother is dead, her mum’s away and her dad’s so wrapped up in restoring their ancient farmhouse that he avoids talking about the things that really matter. ‘Even new neighbour Gavin can’t get through to her, despite his eager attempts. When Tamar discovers an old handwritten sheet of music and allows herself to play piano again, she meets gifted violinist Nathaniel who may just hold the key to her future. ‘With no one else to turn to, Tamar is unwittingly drawn into a journey through time and music and finally learns that healing involves first walking the long road of grieving.’ For Rosanne, the initial inspiration for The Messenger Bird came from finding ‘The Maiden’s Prayer’ - a unique piece of music that she said can be played by almost any amateur - in a box of her father’s personal effects. She remembered him playing it when she was a girl. As she began to play the piece of music, she had a warm sense of her father’s closeness. “I began to think about how powerful and moving music is ... and that perhaps it could even bring someone back from the past,” Rosanne said. “As such, ‘The Maiden’s Prayer’ became the motif tune, weaving character to character, story to place, past to present.” It was while renovating her old Cornish farmhouse that Rosanne found the setting for her novel. “Our house has underground rooms which were shut off when we bought it. My husband pulled up the

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and grow his business with faith and ethics. Sadly, the downturn in the economy has led to this painful decision and again, Wayne has conducted himself honourably. We only wish the other newspaper had also shown respect and not sensationalism. May no other business and, importantly, family with children never have to experience such heartache. Michael and Tania Materne Nuriootpa Recreation on the Warren Having read “Clean water precious” (Herald, March 7) prompted me to do a bit of research. Firstly, the water we use in SA comes from a variety of sources: the River Murray, Mount Lofty

reservoirs and groundwater being the key supplies. For SA water customers, 40 to 90 per cent comes from the Murray River. Very little would actually come from the Warren reservoir. A lot of the Murray’s water is held in the Hume reservoir on the Vic/NSW border covering an area of 20,190ha and holding a maximum of 3,038,000 megalitres. The Warren covers 105ha when full and holds 4790 megalitres. It is interesting to note that the Hume Dam provides a variety of recreational activities, including swimming, sailing and water skiing. Large numbers of tourists visit this dam and one of the most popular activities is fishing, providing sport all-year-round.

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drink that water. The river water is also pumped in to our lakes to then be pumped down to metro areas. I think it would be the best thing for the Barossa area to have access to a lake and it is something we really need. Somewhere for people to go and enjoy a swim without having to worry about ski boats blasting past and the water would be no different in quality to the water we have now. We mustn’t forget how much it’s treated before it actually comes out the tap. Lubin Pfeiffer Moculta Suggestion for Ivan I had a letter from a penfriend of mine, and she said that the environment people are not happy about those Chem trails that are seen in the sky lately, as they are not happy at all. It seems she said, that these trails are damaging the environment, it seems they are chemically controlling the weather and gradually destroying the earth (ground cover). Also folks are getting pains in the neck and becoming giddy. What can the government do about it? Surely they must know about what’s happening to the earth. One with any sense can see what is happening. I know that even the birds are getting crook. My friend is having trouble with giddiness and some others are getting this trouble too. Our state minister Mr Venning should look into it. Gloria Harcus Sedan

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If one looks on the SA Water website you can read about water quality and also how reservoir water is treated before it is allowed to be used by consumers. It is quite a complicated process which ensures clean drinking water for our household use. If one is concerned about “canoes and swimmers” being in the water then one must also be concerned about the dead animals, animal and bird excrement, decaying leaves and branches etc that will also be in it. Sure our water is precious but allowing recreational activities on the Warren will not use up any of this water and as it is treated before being consumed I see no reason why it would not be a good idea to use it for unpowered water craft and swimming. Surely making places like the Warren available for people to use for recreation can only be a good thing. Giving individuals and families places like this to go on weekends and holidays is not only good for family fun but helps to maintain a healthy lifestyle for all who participate. K Piscioneri Tanunda Water quality I would like to reply to L J Emery (Herald, March 7) regarding water quality. Most, if not all, of the water we have supplied to our taps in the Barossa and many surrounding areas comes from the Murray River via the Morgan, Swan Reach and Mannum pumping stations. As we are all aware, all forms of water sports, for example, boating, swimming and fishing and who knows what else goes on in the river and we all still

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10.30am C HC. Tanunda Lutheran Home: Worship 10.30am Pastor John Thiel. Lenten Services, Wed 1.30pm from February 22 to March 28. Peace Evangelical Lutheran Church: Worship service 10am at the Nuri Senior Citizen’s Centre Pr Mr Rosenzweig. Ph: 8563 1310. ANGLICAN CHURCH Anglican Parish of Barossa: Angaston: 10am HC LB; Nuriootpa: 10am HC SdK; Tanunda: 8.30am HC SdK; Lyndoch: 10am MP; Williamstown: 8.30am MP PB. Kapunda Anglican Parish: St Matthew’s, Hamilton: 7.45am HC; Christ Church, Kapunda: 9.15am HC; St Hilda’s, Eudunda: 11am HC. Mt Pleasant: 1st Sunday 8.30am, all other Sundays 9am. Enquiries to Hazel Wilton, Warden on 8568 2042. UNITING CHURCH Barossa Congregations: Nuriootpa: 11am Combined with Tanunda UC & Neukirch; Tanunda: Combined at Nuri; Angaston: 9am Webb; Truro: 11am Webb. Gawler Parish: Gawler: 9.30am Littleford, 5pm HC Littleford; Sandy Creek: 9.30am HC van Dyk; Williamstown 10am HC Richardson. Kersbrook: 10am. Enquiries: 8389 3114. Light Parish: Kapunda: 9.15am KC Rev Richard Carter; Robertstown: 9.30am Jenette Mickan. BAPTIST CHURCH Barossa Community Church: 10am Barossa Junction Motel/Conference Centre, Barossa Valley Way, Tan, Pastor Richard Ansoul. Ph: 8563 2158. Lyndoch Baptist Church: Kauffman Ave, Lyndoch: 10am. All welcome. Enquiries to Pastor Tony Edwards on 8564 3001. CATHOLIC CHURCH PARISHES Northern Light Catholic Parish: Nuri: 1st & 3rd Sat 6.30pm, 2nd & 5th Sun 10.30am, 4th Sun 9am; Kapunda: 4th Sat 6.30pm, 1st & 3rd Sun 10.30am, 2nd & 5th Sun 9am; Freeling: 1st Sun 9am, 4th Sun 10.30am, 5th Sun 5pm; Tarlee: 3rd Sun 9am. Parish Office: Ph 8566 2064. SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST Barossa: 1 Old Kapunda Rd, Nuri; Sat 9.30am Family Bible Study, 11am Family Worship. ASSEMBLIES OF GOD Barossa New Life Centre: Sunday 10am at the roundabout, cnr Barossa Valley Way & Siegersdorf

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

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Respect and sensitivity WE WRITE to congratulate the Herald on it’s sensitive article regarding the closure of Perry Trade Services. Unlike your competitor, the matter was reported as requested by Wayne Perry, with no photographs of persons involved and no front page splash. It has been a traumatic week for all employees, family and friends and not least for Wayne, Jill and their girls. Let us never forget the personal toll this takes and that there are children involved. It was in poor taste to disregard their wishes and place an old photograph of ‘happier times’ in front of the now closed workshop. We are immensely proud to be a part of Wayne and Jill’s family and have watched Wayne conduct

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BREAK-INS • About $10,000 worth of wine was stolen from an Angaston business between March 5 and 10. ARREST • A Nuriootpa man in his 20s was arrested on March 9 by the Mt Pleasant Police for disorderly behaviour. • A Fulham Gardens man in his 40s was arrested on March 11 by the Nuriootpa Police for aggravated assault and disorderly behaviour outside a licensed premise. A

police interim intervention order and a barring order was issued. • A man in his 40s, of no fixed address, was arrested on March 11 by the Kapunda Police for disorderly behaviour and assault. • A Nuriootpa man in his 40s was arrested on March 12 by the Nuriootpa Police for a first instance warrant. REPORTS • A Freeling man in his 50s was reported on March 8 by the Freeling Police for cultivate cannabis,

after four large cannabis were located. • A 19-year-old Andrews Farm man was reported on March 10 by the Freeling Police for theft following items stolen from a licensed premise. A six-month barring order was issued by the hotel. PROPERTY DAMAGE • Offenders damaged a firebox, six fence panels and marked graffiti to a rear fence of a Nuriootpa business between March 2 and 5.

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ARRESTS • A 37-year-old Gawler West woman was arrested on March 9 by the Gawler Police for a warrant. • A 29-year-old Willaston man was arrested on March 10 by the Gawler Police for aggravated assault. • A 19-year-old Burton man was arrested on March 11 by the Gawler Police under the public intoxication act. • A 44-year-old Willaston man was arrested on March 11 by the Gawler Police for a warrant. REPORTS • A 20-year-old Wallaroo man was reported on March 5 for driving while suspended. The vehicle was also defected. • A 35-year-old Evanston man was reported on March 6 by the Gawler Police for two counts of property damage. •A Campbelltown man was reported on March 6 by the Barossa Highway Patrols for due care. • A man in his 40s was reported on March 8 by the Gawler Police for a prescribed concentration of alcohol with a reading of 0.152. A 12-month licence disqualification was issued. • A 27-year-old Roseworthy man was reported on March 9 by the Two Wells Police for PCA with a reading of 0.089. The vehicle was seized and a licence disqualification was issued. • A 29-year-old Willaston man was reported on March 11 by the Gawler Police for driving while disqualified.


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Call for Nominations Town of Gawler Supplementary Election for 2 Area Councillors

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Nominations to be a candidate for election as a member of the Town of Gawler will be received between Thursday 22 March 2012 and 12 noon Thursday 5 April 2012. Candidates must submit a profile of not more than 150 words with their nomination form and may also provide a photograph, predominantly head and shoulders, taken within the previous 12 months. Nomination kits are available from the Council office, 89 Murray Street, Gawler.


Two briefing sessions for intending candidates will be held at 4pm and 6pm on Monday 26 March 2012 at the Council Chambers, 89 Murray Street, Gawler. K Mousley Returning Officer


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PROPERTY DAMAGE • About $4500 damage occurred after graffiti was marked to a business on Adelaide Road, Gawler South, on March 3. • Unknown offenders cut a fence to gain entry to a business on Gawler River Road, Willaston, between March 2 and 5. • A vehicle was egged while parked in a driveway on Lumsden Court, Evanston Park, between February 29 and March 9. Neighbours have also been targeted. THEFT • A male youth was seen taking items from a Gawler store without paying on March 5. • Drinks were stolen from an Evanston shop on March 6. • A navigational device, cash and a mobile phone were stolen from a vehicle parked on Longford Street, Evanston, on March 8. • Clothing was stolen from a Murray Street, Gawler business on February 29. Police later arrested a man for this offence. CONTACT POLICE • Suburbs of Hewett, Gawler East and Evanston Park have recently experienced a spate of nuisance crime involving eggs being thrown at parked motor vehicles, letterboxes and solar lights. Members of the community are asked to report any suspicious behaviour by contacting police on 131 444.

TWO Para Hills men who choose to ignore police warnings to obey the road rules over the long weekend will now appear in court. The men, aged 29 and 33, were travelling on separate motorcycles when they were detected by highway patrols at about 10.30pm on Saturday for travelling at speeds of 208km along the Sturt Highway at Sheoak Log. The stretch of road is limited to 110km. Gawler Police stopped the men with both recording negative results to alcohol and drugs tests. They were reported for exceed speed, exceed speed by 45 km/h and driving at a speed dangerous. Both motorcycles were impounded for a 28 days.

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Real Estate Liftout

‘Wow’ in Williamstown Wonderful dream property that ticks all the boxes. See Domain P3. SATURDAY 17TH MARCH BAROSSA REAL ESTATE


TANUNDA 34 Hoffmann Avenue ..........................2:30 – 3:00pm

ANGASTON 1 Chinner Street............................11:15 – 11:45am NURIOOTPA 13 Falkenberg Road ....................11:30 – 12:00pm



TANUNDA 9 George Street...............................12:15 – 12:45pm

SANDY CREEK Lot 5 Williamstown Road 12:00 – 12:30pm

TRURO 1 James Street East ..............................12:30 – 1:00pm

NURIOOTPA 19 Oxley Street 1:00 – 1:30pm

TANUNDA 11 Mill Street ......................................1:00 – 1:30pm

NURIOOTPA 22 Gothic Avenue 3:15 – 3:45pm

NURIOOTPA 29 Zimmermann Street ...................1:15 – 1:45pm TANUNDA 16 Homburg Street .............................1:45 – 2:15pm

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FREELING 12 Mattiske Street ..............................2:00 – 2:30pm ANGASTON 44 Washington Street.......................2:00 – 2:30pm


TANUNDA 18 Rosalie Avenue ..............................2:00 – 2:30pm

NURIOOTPA 484 Research Road .....................11:30 – 12:00pm

NURIOOTPA 6 Neil Avenue ..................................2:30 – 3:00pm

NURIOOTPA 21 Kranz Street................................3:00 – 3:30pm

TANUNDA 2 Ellen Place .......................................2:45 – 3:15pm

LYNDOCH 7 Robert Ross Drive............................4:15 – 4:45pm

KRONDORF Pieces 96 & 96 Krondorf Road ........3:30 – 4:00pm



TANUNDA 15 Coronation Avenue.......................12:45 – 1:15pm

EUDUNDA 23 Michael Street ...............................1:00 – 1:45pm

ANGASTON 4 Collins Street .................................1:30 – 2:00pm

EUDUNDA 12 Laurence Street .............................2:00 – 2:45pm

NURIOOTPA 73 Greenock Road...........................2:15 – 2:45pm

SUTHERLANDS Section 417 Railway Avenue ......3:15 – 4:00pm


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Real Estate Liftout

Fabulous property

ABOVE: The Williamstown home on a large allotment with privacy. BELOW: Room to move. The kids will love playing outside.


THIS modern home sits on a very large allotment of about 5100 square metres (1.25 acres) with privacy and views to match. Some ‘tender loving care’ will certainly enhance its appeal but you would have to go a long way to better the price for what is on offer. Built about 20 years ago, this type of rural development is rare today and nearby properties bring much more. Spending your dollars here will certainly see them appreciate. The home has a very practical and family

At a glance... Where: 12 Rounsevell Road, Williamstown.


friendly layout. It comprises four bedrooms, three of which have built-in robes. Hard wearing slate floors throughout the living areas make for easy maintenance and the kitchen/dining area is a good size and has sliding glass doors onto the covered rear patio. The three-way bathroom will cope easily with the early morning rush. As well as garden sheds there is plenty of room to build a large four-five bay shed and there is ample rainwater storage to see you through the driest summer. Don’t wait until one of your friends tell you that they have bought it - look first and you won’t look back.

Feature: A fabulous buy.

Re: Section 7

Price: $350,000.

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.

View: By appointment. Agent: Barossa Real Estate. RLA1997. Contact: Peter Fairweather (pictured) on 0415 825 420.








TRURO $249,750K

OPEN 484 Research Rd

Open Sun 11.30-12pm

HUGE 1.28Ac PROPERTY + HEAPS OF SHEDDING 5200m2 (1.28Ac) allot, 3 brm plus study, lge lnge, fml dining, huge family room, Tasmanian solid wood kitchen & huge lndry with a host of storage. Heating & cooling, massive outdoor ent area, lge 4-bay implement shed, 50x20 gge complete with hot & cold water, 22500gal rain tank. Loc right in the heart of the Barossa. Sue Schugmann 0419 850 408


14 Angas Street

42 Angas Street

7 James Street

DUAL INCOME PROPERTY! Great investment property with potential rental income from storage to help pay off the mortgage! This 3 brm, 1 bath corner block solid brick home could be a lovely home for first home buyers. The huge shed approx. 108m2 (13.5 x 8) will store up to 7 cars or boat & cvan. A must to inspect. Peter Fairweather 0415 825 420

ROMANTIC HIDEAWAY! Less than 65km from Adelaide CBD this romantic western red cedar cottage set on a lge blk over 1600m2 will surely steal your heart. Stylishly presented as an o/p 2 brm, 1 bthrm home with beautiful indoor/outdoor flow. Comb heat/bread oven, evap. cooling, fruit trees & veggie patch in beautiful cottage gdn, rainwater tanks. V.affordable living or holiday home! Sue Schugmann 0419 850 408

COTTAGE WITH ROOM TO MOVE Excellent opportunity to invest for retirement or rental. Attractive cottage style 3 bedroom home with well established gardens, shedding & carport. Modest and very comfortable family living. Spacious outdoor living area with pergola. Well priced, and ready to be lived in…Extremely well presented. Elle Moreton 0488 996 566



OPEN 12 Rounsevell Court

21 Kranz Street

GORGEOUS OUTLOOK! 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 built-in robes, three way bathroom, slate flooring, outdoor entertaining area, 3 garden sheds and ample rainwater. Peter Fairweather 0415 825 420

GOOD FAMILY LIVING! Built in 1984 this 4 brm, 2 bath home has a modern floor plan & neutral tones. Master brm with ens & robe, beds 2 & 3 with robes, 3-way bthrm, fml lnge & dining & an o/plan kitchen, family, meals area. Close to town amenities & only 78.6km (approx) from Adelaide, it could be the country change you are after. Elle Moreton 0488 996 566

Open Sun 3.00-3.30pm


OPEN 7 Robert Ross Dr


Open Sun 4.15-4.45pm

34 Hoffmann Ave Open Sat 2.30-3.00pm

SPACIOUS FOUR BEDROOM HOME Spacious sep lnge, incl flat screen TV & entertainment unit, lge kitchen with lots of bench space & access to gge, open plan family & meals, 4 brms, ensuite and built in walk in robes. Ducted R/C A/C, Extra large double garage with rear access, Rear veranda, Established gardens & fruit trees, Rain water tank, 772m2 block. Sue Schugmann 0419 850 408

FAMILY LIVING, AS GOOD AS IT GETS This meticulously presented large portico family home has 3 lge living areas, 4 brms and 2 bthrms. Generous proportions enhanced by 9 ft. vaulted ceilings. Whether you`re into a contemp or classic décor the delicate colour scheme will suit every style. Shed in the back gdn is fully lined & insulated. Perfect as home office, art studio or wine storage. Sue Schugmann 0419 850 408

104 MURRAY ST, TANUNDA F: 8563 0105 E:

Peter Fairweather 0415 825 420

Sue Schugmann 0419 850 408

Sue Fechner 8563 3511

Elle Moreton 0488 996 566

Property Manager Anne Johansson 8563 3511

RLA 1997

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8563 3511

Real Estate Liftout PROPERTY OF THE WEEK

INVITING: The lounge area of the four-bedroom Williamstown house.

Stunning property LOOKING for the ‘wow’ factor? This Williamstown property definitely has it. Set on a large corner allotment of 842 square metres, this beautiful house offers four bedrooms, the main with an ensuite and walk-in robe. The remaining three bedrooms all with matching built-in robes. Be impressed by the formal lounge, open kitchen/family/dine area combined plus games room. With superb fittings throughout, the home oozes quality. Temperature control is serviced by ducted air-conditioning, gas heating and split- system reverse cycle. The gardens are fully established and easily maintained with drippers and sub-surface irrigation.

Easycare gardens

DEFINITELY worth a look is this new release (pictured) in Kapunda. It is a typical three-bedroom freestone cottage, circa 1880 with modern brick additions to the 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 bullnose verandah with far reaching views over impressive 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


At a glance...


Where: Williamstown. Features: Ticks all the boxes.


Open: By appointment. Price: $399,950.



Agent: Kies Real Estate. Contact: 8523 377. RLA: 61382.

Together with a full-length pergola, a 20x20 shed/workshop, rainwater storage and side access. This wonderful home is sure to tick all the boxes - without doubt a ‘dream property’. Priced at $399,950, call Kies Real Estate on 8523 3777 to arrange an inspection.

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. No.3 UNDER CONTRACT; Asking $169,000 for No.7

HORSE FRIENDLY PROPERTY- On 18 acres (7.28Ha) with 3 bedroom timber framed home and good shedding, just 7kms from Eudunda. Home features kitchen/dining, good sized lounge, combustion heater and ducted evap air con. Outside features include front and rear verandah, 40x25 shed with concrete floor, 60x30 machinery shed, 3 rainwater tanks, mains water connected. Needs TLC but has possibilities.



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

WALK TO MAIN STREET. 4 brm, 2 bathrm t/f home on 10 acres; excellent shedding & substantial improvements. Main brm ens/walk through wardrobe between 2 way bathroom, open plan lounge/dining, full length rear verandah. 40x25x10 garage with wet areas, new 60x40x14 shed with conc floor power & lighting. RLA 150685. Asking $485,000

Asking $210,000

RLA 150685

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

Phone David on 8566 2209 all hours

SPACIOUS: The outdoor area of the Williamstown property.


email: | | mobile: 041 491 7474

Urgently Required:

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

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Real Estate Liftout

Character and charm IDEALLY situated in among the busy retail activity of Angaston’s cosmopolitan main street, this commercially-leased premises and circa 1890s historic stone cottage is an essential acquisition for your property portfolio. It has a successful business and willing long term tenant currently operating from the premises and showing excellent returns, this investment is even sweeter than it looks. Behind a quaint picket fence and little front garden, this appealing cottage is rich with character details and features exposed stone to its external walls and a traditional heritage front verandah with wrought iron accents. Enter the lovely wide central hallway to discover the appeal of polished Baltic floorboards; high ceilings with decorative cornices and original fireplaces with both marble and timber surrounds. Buildings of character possess their own natural warmth and atmosphere and the layout here will suit many categories of small business.

The floor plan comprises two large front rooms; an adaptable open-plan middle room space; a third separate room; spacious eat-in country-style kitchen with original castiron wood stove; huge bathroom with spa tub; second toilet and rear utility rooms. Undercover areas provide shelter for vehicles, outdoor gatherings and casual staff meetings. There is good wide vehicle access right through to the rear of the property and abundant available parking on the street and off. Proven to be a successful site for business and with a quality lease already secured for a good few years ahead, this opportunity is one for the serious investor not to miss and may be a refreshing investment change from the more unpredictable patterns of residential tenanting. To confidentially discuss this investment opportunity and to arrange a private viewing please contact David Braunack of Homburg Real Estate on 0418 841 349.

First release ABOVE: The Angaston cottage, rich with character and detail, which is an ideal investment property. BELOW: One of the spacious rooms of the cottage highlighting a fireplace and high ceiling.

At a glance... Where: 21 Murray Street, Angaston. Feature: An essential acquisition for your property portfolio. Price: On application. Open: Call agent to view. Agent: Homburg Real Estate on 8563 2599. RLA219152. Contact: David Braunack (pictured) on 0418 841 349.

Lifestyle change


KAPUNDA 7 Branson Crescent NOW ASKING $240,000


KAPUNDA 17 Strickland Street NEW RELEASE $239,000.00 GREAT OPPORTUNITY HERE! Timber framed 4 bdrm home with updated kitchen/dine, sitting rm with gas heater, rear verandah ideal for entertaining, approx 1600m2 of land and including fully established 1 bedroom flat with bthrm, kitchen/dine/lnge area ideal for Grannie or teen looking for own space! Virtually 2 houses for the price of one, so here is your chance!

HERE IS YORU CHANCE! Beautifully presented 2 bedroom stone villa approx 650m2 manageable allot, polished floors, high ceilings, spa bathroom, modern eat in kitchen close to all facils, entertainment area and garage/carport.

EUDUNDA 23 Michael Street OPEN SUNDAY1.00-1.45PM ASKING $290,000

EUDUNDA 12 Laurence Street OPEN SUNDAY 2.00-2.45PM ASKING $219,000 Very nicely presented double brick home on approx 900m2, 2 large bedrooms, small 3rd b/r or office, large country kitchen, w.i. pantry, formal sitting room with split system air, 20 x 20 gge, rainwater, Inspection by appointment please!

Well presented 3 bedroom b/v home on approx 1000m2 well cared for gardens, master with ensuite and robes, huge kitchen/family room with tiled floors, formal dine with split system air, carport umr plus workshop.

SUTHERLANDS Section 417 Railway Avenue $210-$230,000 NEG OPEN SUNDAY 3.15-4.00

KAPUNDA 5 Quintrell Court REDUCED TO $160,000 STONE MINERS COTTAGE c1866 3 bedrooms, sep dine, sitting room with open fire, cottage kitchen, timber floors, cellar, new single garage, bbq area, plenty of possibilities here!

HERE at 229 North Parham Road, Windsor is 100 acres to call your own. Situated just a few minutes drive from Parham beach, this 100-acre estate is sure catch the eye of the astute individual who will take advantage of what’s on offer. A total of 95 acres of land has been sown with wheat and has been harvested for many years, allowing the owner to receive annual income or have the choice of working the land themselves. There is lovely cottage feel to this three-bedroom house, with an openplan living area connecting the lounge, dining room and kitchen together in the heart of the home. The modern kitchen and updated bathroom make for comfortable living and with the pergola wrapping around the rear of the home it will simply be delightful to enjoy on those balmy summer evenings. A small orchard surrounds the fully self-contained “granny flat” which is metres from the main residence and would be a great place to rent out during the summer holidays.

Four large sheds have been erected on the estate plus one shadehouse. One shed at the rear of the home is for domestic use. The shadehouse and one more shed to the left of the home and two more built for breeding are near the horse stables. All in all, a wonderful property and an opportunity for lifestyle change your looking for. For more information or to arrange a viewing contact Peter Fridakis (pictured) from RE/MAX Living on 0416 947 817.

STONE COTTAGE ON APPROX 14 ACRES 2 spacious bedrooms, sitting room with combustion heating& split system air, eat in kitchen, good bathroom with sep shower shedding, mains water horse yards asking $210-$230,000 by neg.

All properties can be viewed at

Professionals Kapunda Charles 0417 823 065 WH1801054

8566 2127

Real People in Real Property!

Steve 0417 811 348 RLA 163708

SHADEHOUSE: Growing opportunities in the shadehouse at Windsor.

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Real Estate Liftout

Magnificent golden era

ABOVE: The gorgeous lovingly-restored solid-stone villa in Eudunda. BELOW: The floor plan of the character residence.

LOOK no further, this Eudunda property deserves your consideration. Here is a gorgeous solid stone 1910 villa from the bygone era that has been fully restored with tender loving care by the owner, a professional builder. This charming house comprises 12-foot ceilings and picture rails in every room. There are three large bedrooms with new carpets, the master with a wall-to-wall mirrored built-in wardrobe. Also, the house has an office that could be the fourth bedroom. The eat-in kitchen includes a dishwasher, pantry and lots of cupboard space. Comfortable describes the formal lounge room with the original fireplace and pressed Charlton metal panels ceiling, then there is the family room with a combustion heater. Another feature is the beautifully-tiled bathroom with

At a glance... Where: 16 Railway Parade, Eudunda. Features: Beautifully restored character residence. Price: $295,000. Open: By appointment. Agent: Julie Toth Real Estate. RLA: 198199. Contact: Julie Toth 0418 853 134 or 8562 4650.

a spa bath and vanity, the toilet is separate. Outside is the full-length rear verandah/entertaining area fully enclosed with shadecloth. There are two carports, a workshop and garden sheds, an established backyard with fruit trees and ornamental shrubs, a paved area for the caravan and boat plus the bonus of the double gate and private access from the rear.

Julie Toth All the above and more on a lovely large 1000 square metre allotment. This property is situated only a short stroll to the main street shopping, the hospital, schools, gallery, museum and hotel. The perfect place to escape from the noise, hustle and bustle of the city.


... where people matter FREELING

$360,000 TANUNDA

14 Kirchner Street NEW

$277,000 NURIOOTPA

15 Coronation Avenue OPEN Sunday 18th March, 12.45-1.15pm


4C The Crescent NEW

QUIET TREE LINED STREET LARGE FAMILY HOME GREAT INVESTMENT 4 brms, 2 bathrooms, study, lounge, family room, open Dble brick 3 brm home on a 780m2 cnr block. Large Dble brick, 3 brm home, lrg lounge with French doors, plan kitchen, air cond, double garage, entertaining lounge, kitchen with pantry, heating & cooling. Dble kitchen with elec stove & pantry, polished flr brds gge, estab rear garden with fruit trees & more. area, large shed, room for boat & caravan. t/out, htg & cooling, dble gge. 697m2 allot (approx)


$235,000 NURIOOTPA

$285,000 NURIOOTPA $310-$330,000

4 Collins Street 73 Greenock Road OPEN Sunday 18th March, 1.30-2.00pm OPEN Sunday 18th March, 2.15-2.45pm NEW

4B The Crescent NEW

THE CORRUGATED IRON COTTAGE BRAND NEW HOME MODERN STYLISH LIVING 3 brm cottage, polished timber floors throughout, Brand new 3 Brms with carpet, master with 3 brms, ensuite, walk-in robe, formal lounge, kitchen with dw, lounge with heating & cooling, timber ensuite & walk-in robe, spacious kitchen family/games room, large modern kitchen, deck with views, few minutes’ walk to all amenities. with dw, open plan living with timber floors. double garage, quiet location, low maintenance.


$200-$210,000 EUDUNDA

9 Kapunda Street

THE Reserve Bank has left its key interest rate unchanged for a second consecutive month as it weighs improving global conditions against a patchy economy at home. As widely expected, the central bank left its cash rate unchanged at 4.25 per cent, a result tipped by all 19 economists in a Bloomberg survey. Expectations that the RBA would soon add to the back-to-back monthly rate cuts at the end of 2011 have largely dissipated after the central bank surprised pundits and markets alike at last month’s rates meeting by declaring that its monetary policy was ‘‘appropriate’’ for now.

The RBA, has in recent weeks taken a more upbeat assessment of the prospects for the US economy and views a collapse of the euro zone economies as less likely. However, cheer about a reviving global economy is muted somewhat by indications that the economy of China - Australia’s largest export market - will expand by a sub-8 per cent rate in 2012. There may be some further interest rate relief ahead. Prior to RBA decision, financial markets were betting that the central bank will cut its cash rate by 25 basis points to four per cent by June.


16 Railway Parade

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


$73,000 EBENEZER

Lot 8 Sedan - Angaston Road

$680,000 ANGASTON $199-$229,000

Lot 102 Belvidere Road

36 Penrice Road

1390m2 BLOCK – GREAT VALUE GOOD SHEDDING – LARGE LAND WOULD-BE RENOVATORS - LOOK AT THIS! Large flat land with no encumbrances put on this property by the council with over 30m frontage 50x50 shed, suit earth moving business, Great starter, dble brick home, 2 brms + and over 45m in depth you could dream up your mechanics or carpenters. 3 brms, 2 sunroom, lounge & family living. Needs own design (STCC.) Water and power available. bthrms, brick home, & more, on 25 acres. TLC. Split level residential block of 805m2. Call for your free market appraisal

8562 4650 0418 853 134

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2/7 Gawler Street, Nuriootpa


Interest rates unchanged

$285-$295,000 EUDUNDA

2 Michael Street

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Does your Special Woman deserve a holiday?

WIN We all know the special women in our lives need a break and The Herald is giving you a chance to make this happen. Thanks to the Harbour Side Resort, Gold Coast Queensland and Harvey World Travel, Barossa Valley, you could be sending the special woman or women in your life for a 5 night stay. Simply tell us who the special woman or women are in your life and why they are so special in 25 words or less. PRIZE: 5 night accommodation for 2 at Harbour Side Resort Gold Coast Queensland and a $600 Travel Voucher for airflights thanks to Harvey World Travel Barossa Valley. Name:


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Hop on to Hoopon for cheap holiday deals EVERYONE is always looking for the best holiday deals. Definitely worth a visit is the new daily deal site. Clients can secure luxury holidays at a fraction of the normal cost. Hoopon is offering deals as low as five nights for two people for $299 - total cost. Deal direct with the resort, no commissions and many holiday destinations to choose from. Hoopon is a new social buying website offering big savings to the Australian public with brilliant resort holiday daily deals. The site has already offered deals on the Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast, Cairns, Airlie Beach, Coffs Harbour and other famous holiday destinations offering its luxury accommodation at a fraction of the normal price. It’s easy to use - a new deal is posted everyday on and, when a specified number are sold, the deal becomes ‘active’. Due to the number of consumers buying, Hoopon can offer these deals at significantly discounted prices of between 50 and 90 per cent off.

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Sensible screening process THE BreastScreen SA mobile screening unit heads to Tanunda tomorrow (Thursday). The free service works to provide breast x-rays for more than 2700 women and the unit will again be located next to the Soldiers Memorial Hall on Basedow Road, Tanunda. Services will run until late June. Invitations for existing clients will be posted and new clients are welcome. Primarily, women aged 50 to 69 years without

breast symptoms are urged to make a booking. It is estimated that for individual women in this age group, having a screening mammogram every two years reduces the chance of dying from breast cancer by about 40 per cent. Women aged 40 to 49 and over 70 are also eligible for screening and are very welcome to phone for an appointment if they wish to attend. For appointments, phone 13 20 50.


Skin analysis & Recovery facial

$80 (Usually $100)

10% Discount on skin care purchased with facial


FREE TATTOO: Samantha Kirksey, of Greenock, had a fear of needles but went ahead with a tattoo and would consider another.

Tattoos and body piercing This question is asked more than any other when it comes to tattoos. Yes, even more than “how much?” The answer is, “Yes.” Quite literally we are stabbing you thousands of times a minute with multiple needles. Of course, it hurts. Now before you go getting all freaked out, keep in mind that thousands of people every day get tattoos, and they all survive. If done correctly, a tattoo should feel more like a burning sensation. It can be described as what it feels like to be scratched by a cat. Different areas of the body can hurt more than others and sensitivity can even vary in small areas. A good test is to drag your fingernail across your skin, it will tell you how sensitive the area is and how it will differ from other areas. A pinch of skin between your fingernails can give you an idea of how much pain you will feel. Different people have different pain tolerances, but most tattooists can help you deal with that pain. Always remember, listen to your tattooist, he’s done this before and he’s probably learned a thing or two.

How long will a tattoo take to heal and what care should be taken? Tattoos take about seven days to heal and during this time you do have to follow certain instructions. Keep the tattoo clean, avoid swimming and sunburn. A light scab may form and under no circumstances are you allowed to pick at it. We recommend Bepanthan or Protat cream for aftercare but you must wash your hands with antibacterial soap before applying the cream.

What is the age limit for tattooing? The age limit on tattooing is 18 years. No exceptions.

Do you have to make an appointment? No. While walk-ins are more than welcome we do advise to make an appointment as we can often be very heavily booked.

Can I have something designed for me? Designing original artwork specifically for you is what we do. If you have a general idea or two of what

you have in mind bring it in to us and we can work on it for you. Having a place to start is easier but if not our artists do have amazing imaginations so feel free to come in and have a chat.

complimentary with purchase of facial and minimum of 2 products ONLY AT Strathlyn Skin & Health Clinic

Located at Strathlyn B&B - Angaston Road, Angaston (Next to Saltram Winery)

PH: 8564 2430

Can you supply me with copies of the artwork so I can think about it?

By appointment only For something unique visit

No. We spend a great deal of money buying the rights to the art and if we allowed it to leave the studio it could be used elsewhere. Body Piercing

Will it hurt? Only for a split second. We are also able to numb some areas before piercing.

How long will a piercing take to heal and what care should be taken?

We’ll find the right accessory for you Whether it’s in the shop or not!

A piercing can take at least six weeks to heal properly and sometimes longer.

What is the age limit for body piercing? There is no legal age limit for body piercing (however, there are a different set of rules for genital piercing), though as a professional studio we do try to set our own moral standards.

Order online at Phone 8562 4660 Shop 2/33 Murray Street, Nuriootpa

Do you have to make an appointment?


No. We have a piercer on staff six days a week so all you have to do is come in. (see our contact page for trading hours)


How do I change my jewellery?


We use specialised clamps to tighten the ring/balls, that is why you will find it difficult to open or undo the jewellery yourself. We can change over your jewellery, the equipment used is fully sterilised for your safety and the charge for the service is $5.

With Male & Female Artists PTAA Members


Will it hurt?




Will you attempt unusual piercings?

Portraits, Free Hand & Cover ups

If it is something you want and we think it is achievable, yes definitely.

Can I be pierced with my own jewellery? Yes, you can supply your own, but it must be suitable for the type of piercing in question (we recommend surgical steel for the healing process). This will bring the price of the piercing down by $10 plus whatever it cost to buy the original piece. Bear in mind, it can end up costing you more.

Shop 43a Murray Street, Nurioopta

Phone: (08) 750 90961

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AS A woman, I believe the woman is rare who has not regretted poor skin habits, excessive sun and indulgent diets. Admittedly, it could be called part of the ‘pageant of life’ or blamed on ‘that time of life’ but a stiff toll is paid and there is often a lot of regret about problems that have developed with skin on body and face.

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Where does one start? There is some skin damage that can be improved, given the correct professional advice, the appropriate treatment and, importantly the time. Results may only come with effort. Some lifestyle changes such as healthier, balanced diet, appropriate exercise for age, sensible care of the skin and daily use of sun block. Let’s look at some of the obvious signs that all is not as good as one would wish. Wrinkles , dryness and sun damage. Our skin sheds layers of cells all over our body. As we age , this process slows down, our skin loses some of its natural moisturising properties as well as its elastin and collagen framework. The skin takes on a grey, lifeless and coarse appearance. We need to assist the shedding process so that adding moisture in the form of serums, masks and




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Correction A facial treatment that offers a cell renewal process or exfoliation with a product that can remove surface cells gently, and then follows with serums that address the loss of moisture and natural oils in the skin will give the

skin a clearer, softer more plumped appearance. Pigmentation from sun damage is more difficult to correct but can be helped. When the body skin is dry, exfoliation with a mit and a grainy exfoliant will be helpful before the application of an oil-based body lotion. Supplements to the diet may be needed, especially adding essential fatty acids and Lecithin.

Without a doubt, natural is best AT Yours Naturally, we believe that the purer something is the better it is for you and our environment. With this in mind we set about sourcing products that people use everyday. Hair and skin care for the whole family, personal care products, soy candles, aromatherapy and massage, gentle cleaning products for in the home and out. Products that are not only made from all natural renewable products but also made in Australia, by Australian-owned and operated businesses. Jan, at Yours Naturally, is happy to talk to you about how to make the change you wish to see in the world.

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* Buy any item at full price, and purchase a second item of equal or lesser value from our range of women’s personal products and receive the second item for half price!

What would you buy with a $1,000 wardrobe from Thomas Cook? Call in to find out!

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On sale Wednesday 14/03/12, until close of business Saturday 17/03/12, unless sold out earlier. Not in conjunction with any other offer.

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NEW SEASON FASHION AT orchard lane Same Brands, Same Variety, Same Service - New Location New season fashion, footwear and accessories are arriving daily at orchard lane at The Co-op. With Autumn making an early appearance our customers are welcoming the new arrivals with open arms. When adding to your wardrobe this season the trends are very clear. “The Print Clash”is really popular and creates a style that you can have fun with. Mix animal prints by Mink Pink, Colour Code and Gitane` with stripes or geometric patterns and create a look that is unique to you. “Texture Mixes” of faux fur, leather and wool combinations as displayed by Boo Radley and Threadz are great for layering while looking very glam.

Contrast by

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If “Ladylike”fashions are for you, you will be pleased to see the Aero range of pretty dresses, tops and crochet coats. Lace detailing, floral prints and bows galore will be teamed back with knee high boots or ballet flats by Hush Puppies which add fashion as well as comfort.


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Use a splash of colour to spark up your style Give monochrome matchings the bold shoulder and instead experiment with complementary hues. Just don’t team them with fleshcoloured shoes, writes Maggie Alderson.


t’s a shame Zoe Saldana (Avatar, Star Trek) has such a downbeat air in this picture, because I love her bright and breezy look. It’s perfect for cruising down to the farmers market on a Saturday — reusable tote in hand — to snap up a few gluten-free, low-carb, low-fat, high-fibre, sugar-free, fair trade, organic snacks. I admit this isn’t one of the more consciousness-expanding outfits we’ve featured here, in terms of the actual clothes — it’s nothing more challenging than a flippy summery skirt and a fine-gauge knit, with the still-key shawl scarf. What raises it to a higher level of interest for me is the freshness of the colour combo. Mid-navy and satsuma orange. Yum. And there is an official scientific reason it works so well. If you remember the colour

Give classic navy tones a citrus shot of tangerine for a colour combo that pops, writes Erin Munro.

wheel from school art classes, you’ll know that orange and navy are ‘‘complementary’’ colours, facing each other on the circular spectrum, which is what gives the combination such an instant oppositesattract rightness. It can all be explained by physics. Stephen Hawking probably has an equation for it. My equation is to remind myself how colour can simply spark up your style, even when the garments themselves are everyday staples. I’m such a pathetic one-horse wonder when it comes to colour — the most daring mash-up I do is mix black and navy from my otherwise all-black or all-navy outfits. Sometimes I even mix grey items with black. Racy! The only time I do dare go colour crazy is with the fabulous, mad digital prints so prominent in fashion at the moment. I feel a bit more confident wearing combinations chosen for me by experts. But it’s not just a lack of colour confidence, there is also my fear that wearing bold blocks of colour will only serve to chop up the visual impact of my very limited height. I cling terrified to the belief that wearing one colour — or one print — head to toe makes me look taller. Or at least less stunted. Ms Saldana is clearly not challenged in that area (just look at her legs) but she’s showing that by connecting the lower colour back up to the top with that blue scarf, with

the all-important vertical trajectory of the dangling end, you can lessen the foreshortening effect. So, with very little artifice, you can still draw the eye up and down, even when you’re wearing mixed colours. I’m definitely going to try that one myself. There’s one other thing here that I must comment on: the flesh-coloured footwear. I totally get her thinking — the only other possibility would have been navy-blue shoes and they’re always annoyingly hard to find. Orange would have been a great befoulment of matchy matchy. So super-neutral was the only option and she’s made it work perfectly by picking a bag in the same tone. But I still really hate flesh-coloured shoes. They make people look like Mr Tumnus (the fawn from The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe), with hooves for feet. Or those nasty Bratz dolls, with shoes growing out of their legs. In their very worst incarnation — the mega-platform flesh-toned stiletto pump — they make women look like a pervert’s sci-fi fantasy of mutant sex replicants with highheeled feet. Shudder. So please join me in shunning the fleshtoned shoe. Only we can stop it. Maggie Alderson’s blog can be found at

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The offering of Crawleys presents an outstanding opportunity for farm build in a highly regarded agricultural area renowned for reliably producing high yielding crops. An easily managed parcel of land, (100 acres) suited to a variety of cropping enterprises including hay growing, mixed cereals, legumes and various livestock options to capture the strength of the sheep and lamb markets. Crawleys is a well located property with a history of reliable returns. This is a rare opportunity to purchase land that has been held by the same family for over 50 years. Hambours Real Estate are privileged to sell the parcel of land in a tightly held area of good country.

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SET back from the road in an elevated position, this symmetrical stone cottage could be the golden opportunity you’ve been waiting for. As the historic town of Angaston boasts a number of charming older homes set among its gently undulating landscape many of these have undergone sympathetic renovations creating magnificent homes which retain the charm and character of yesteryear while offering the functionality of modern living. Here is your chance to add this property to the list. Situated only a short stroll from the popular main street, with its restaurants, cafes, numerous quaint shops and more, this property offers pleasant views across the town’s recreational park, complete with oval, tennis and netball courts and an abundance of beautiful parkland, ideal for walking the family pet or just strolling around. The sensational 2289 square metre allotment offers masses of opportunity to sub divide and develop, subject to council consent. The cottage is positioned to one side of the block, making it ideal to create a fabulous second, elevated block at the rear, either for you to build your own home, or perhaps offer for resale, the choice is yours. You may wish to turn the existing cottage into a

magnificent stately home by renovating and extending to maximise the available land. Charm and character abounds throughout, with solid walls, high ceilings providing an unbeatable sense of space and timber flooring some already exposed and others waiting to be revealed. Of the three large bedrooms on offer, two provide feature fireplaces begging to be the focal point of future renovations. Opening up from the central hallway the large living area, complete with red brick fireplace, shows off the history of the home. With a splendidly sized eat-in country kitchen to the rear of the home as well as all the wet areas, you could renovate what is here, or remove and replace with a style to suit your own tastes. Outside a number of large trees, including a fruit laden fig, give a fantastic foundation for you to have a beautiful garden to complement the charming cottage. Along with the couple of existing sheds, all the basic elements are here for you to create the property of your dreams. A rare opportunity to acquire a piece of Angaston history at an affordable price. Don’t wait, enquire now through selling agent Guy Draper of Homburg Real Estate on 0417 810 828.

At a glance... Where: 44 Washington Street, Angaston. Feature: Potential to sub-divide. Price: $295,000 - $320,000. Open: Sunday, March 18. When: 2pm - 2.30pm. Agent: Homburg Real Estate 8563 2599. RLA 219 152. Contact: Guy Draper on 0417 810 828.

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THE family of a Russian billionaire has bought a New York City penthouse apartment for $US88 million ($82 million). The Wall Street Journal said the property on Central Park West in Manhattan was now the most expensive apartment in New York. The seller was Sanford Weill, the former head of Citigroup. It was bought by a trust for the daughter of Contact David Mosley on 8566 2209 or 0414 917 474 Dmitry Rybolovlev. Features of the apartment include a wraparound terrace. Hambours Real Estate. 65 Main Street, Kapunda The Journal said the sale generated nearly Phone David on 8566 2209 all hours $US2.5 million in city and state taxes. The brokers' commission: about $US3.5 million. email: | The deal closed on Wednesday. | mobile: 041 491 7474 Weill previously said he planned to donate the RLA150685 proceeds of the sale to charity. Wednesday, March 14, 2012 - Domain Page 8 - The Herald, Barossa Valley

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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.

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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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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!

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Definitely for sale RAY White sales consultant Daniel Schell says the vendor’s instructions are very clear with the sale of this property, “we’ve moved, property must be sold”. At 1 Hawkers Creek Road, Kapunda is this attractive modern family home. With quality improvements it is in a wonderful elevated position and this lifestyle property provides fantastic rural views to enjoy the country living. Mr Schell said the outstanding features of the property are many. The house offers four double bedrooms, all with built-in robes and ceiling fans, the master bedroom with a lovely bright ensuite. There is a modern well designed kitchen and dining area with large slow combustion heater and split-system air conditioner for year-round comfort.

ABOVE: The stunning four-bedroom Evanston Park home. BELOW: Impressive describes the open-plan kitchen area.

Absolute beauty THIS stunning Evanston Park home, built in 2006, is set on an about 480 square metre, low maintenance allotment. It is an exceptionally wellpresented four-bedroom house comprising of a total 222 square metres of living. The beautiful modern home offers everything you need with a large formal entrance and a home theatre room. Spacious describes the master bedroom with an ensuite, which features floor-to-ceiling tiles, and walk-in robe. There are built-in robes to bedrooms two and three. Worth viewing is the three-way main bathroom with floor-to-ceiling tiles.


The home has the luxury of two large living areas, a kid’s playroom/sunroom plus a separate office so there is ample space for all the family. The main bathroom has a separate vanity room including linen cupboard for storage. Step outside into the large undercover outdoor entertaining area and enjoy hosting family and friends while overlooking superb rural views. The gardens have been well landscaped with attractive low maintenance garden beds and lawn areas surrounding the home. Shedding is another big tick for this property. Take a look at the new large Colorbond shed with full-length roller door, two sliding doors, concrete floor and power is connected. The home has the security of rainwater plus about 75,000l of rainwater storage plumbed to

ABOVE:The Kapunda house with four double bedrooms. BELOW: The new Colorbond shed.

A fantastic open-plan kitchen is another feature of the house. There are dining and family rooms, quality appliances throughout and a sliding door from the dining room onto the undercover entertaining area which extends onto a small raised lawn area. The home has a king-size double garage with two remote doors and reverse-cycle ducted heating and cooling. All of this situated close to Trinity College, a retirement village and all amenities. Not only would this make a lovely home, it would also make a great investment. Priced at $379,950, call Kies Real Estate on 8523 3777 to arrange an inspection.







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Kuchel and Lambert wedding Sophie, daughter of Karen and Neil Lambert of Tanunda, married Todd Kuchel, son of David and Jodie of Tanunda, on January 21 at Langmeil Lutheran Church. Sophie wore a strapless, champagne style dress, featuring lace and pearls. She carried a natural posy of champagne roses and white freesias created by Miss Maggies from Tanunda. Sophie was attended by Jessica Lambert, Julia Jaensch, Taran Harradine and Kylie Kuchel, who wore charcoal coloured dresses and carried a splash of coffee coloured roses. Luke was attended by Luke Reinders, Dave Harkin, Nigel Spicer, and Josh Fechner.

The reception was held at Peter Lehmann Wines and it was here the couple performed a couple of songs as part of their own No End in which Nigel Spicer is drummer, Sophie is singer, Todd as guitarist and Todd’s father on the bass. The couple also perform in their own band Wood and Wind, which Sophie said is more easy listening, while No End involves a mixture of party hits.As an added bonus Sophie surprised Todd by singing to him. Sophie, who is a teacher Todd, a baker, now reside in Tanunda. The couple plan to travel to Europe at the end of 2013.


For your special day ... We have a large range of wedding gifts & bridal needs • Glasses • Albums • Registeries • Frames • Gift Baskets • Keepsakes & more...

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Call today 0431 812 962

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We’ve got the feeling!


Saturday March 17th

Show program 10.30am - Enrolments for Rural Ambassador. 11am - Mini, Junior, Intermediate, Young Rural Ambassador Youth Award, and Young Rural Ambassador Judging. noon - Keyneton Motorcycle Club. 12.30pm - Boot camp demonstration. 1pm - Hip Hop dance. 1.30pm - CFS and ambulance demonstration. 1.50pm - Whip cracking winners. 2pm - Keyneton Motorcycle Club. 2.30pm - Local celebrity milking competition.

ACTION: Show rides are a popular feature at the Mt Pleasant Show.

3pm - Boot camp demonstration. 3.15pm - GE Hughes Construction primary and high schools teams tractor pull. 4pm - The Paech Motors and Elders Real Estate Mt Pleasant “Open” Human tractor pull. 4.15pm - Sheepdog races sponsored by Landmark. 4.30pm - Keyneton Motorcycle Club. 5pm to 10pm - Three Ply band, mechanical bull, scrubbers, and maybe a motorbike versus horse barrel race time trial.

WOODSTOVES & HEATERS Lobethal Sheet Metal Presents

Excitement builds for this Saturday 1801577


When: Saturday 14th April, 2012 Where: Lobethal Sheet Metal 21 Gumeracha Rd, Lobethal Time: 11am & 2pm‘Cooking on a Woodstove’ Cooking on the hob, grilling & baking LIMITED SEATING AVAILABLE SO BOOKING A MUST!

To book call (08) 8389 6678 or email

Come see

SA Ambulance

THE 2012 Mt Pleasant Show promises to be another day packed with fun, action and excitement. It starts this Saturday, March 17, with gates opening at 7am. Main attractions start at 10am and run until 9pm, while there will also be a live band playing at the show in the evening. There is always plenty to see and do at the Mt Pleasant Show and this year is no exception. With an animal nursery, ute muster, trade stands and side shows, there is a whole range of things to keep show-goers busy. There may even be some monster trucks on the ground for the crowd to have a look at throughout the day. Then there are the competitions. From the rural ambassador competition to the woodchopping, sheep dog trials and sheep shearing, competitions are running throughout the day and are always good entertainment. Perhaps one of the most anticipated events is the tractor pull, from 3.15pm. Show-goers will also be able to

witness some ‘local celebrities’ get their hands dirty in a milking competition from 2.30pm. Another highlight is the Young Farmers Challenge, which will be running from 2.30pm. The exhibition hall is another favourite, and if all the deliciouslooking food and produce gets your mouth watering, there is going to be quality food on offer. Community groups will be running food and drink stalls throughout the day, with Devonshire teas, barbecues, fish, hot dogs, rolls and much more available to eat. There will also be plenty of local produce on offer for you to buy and take home, so this is one show you certainly don’t want to miss out on. Admission prices (including GST) are: Adults - $7 Pensioners - $3 Children with student passes - $3 Family passes (two adults, two children) - $15 Children under 10 – Free Membership - $12 Pensioner membership - $5.


on show. JAM SAA/0223/MPSF

Drop in and meet your local volunteer crew.

BUSY: Show-goers can expect to be kept busy with plenty to see and do at the 2012 Mt Pleasant Show on Saturday.

To find out about becoming an ambulance volunteer, call 1800 655 306 SKILLS FOR LIFE

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Gourmet foods matched with Wolf Blass wines and locally made artwork


Enquiries: Phone 8568 7311 Email:

COME ALONG: Liven up your social calendar by heading to the Wolf Blass Food, Wine and Art Market this Sunday. The unique event features guest artist Jacqueline Coates, from Kapunda, who is happy to paint for you. She will also be on hand to chat about her exciting workshops. Talented garden sculptor Trent Manning will also attend the market. A large variety of Barossa gourmet food products, jewellery and beautiful hand made items have been made available. Why not lounge on the lawn with Wiech’s Noodles and a glass of wine while enjoying live music. Don’t forget to visit Charcuterie for a delicious coffee, cake or warm savoury. The Food, Wine and Art Market falls this Sunday, March 18, from 10am to 2pm at the Wolf Blass Visitor Centre, located off the Sturt Highway.

Musical treat

Radio updates TRIPLE Bfm has gone global by streaming from their website, this month. This means programs can now be heard by listeners in the city, interstate, overseas and anywhere in the world. The change comes as the radio station, located in the old railway building in Tanunda, celebrates its 15th birthday in 2012. For presenter enquiries, contact Sandie on 0411 388 965 or for general information, contact Marilyn on 8522 6441.

Visit us at

Greenock Creek Tavern

Mon - Fri 11am till LATE Sunday 11am till 8

33 main north road willaston t: 08 8522 1021 f: 08 8522 1629 e:

HAPPY HOUR Sun -Thurs 5 - 6pm $1.00 off wines and pints + spirits



T Bone or Scotch Fillet, Chips, Salad and your choice of sauce/gravy and a FREE schooner of draught, Coopers or blonde or glass of house wine









Ravioli or Penne with Carbonara or Neopolitan sauce and a FREE schooner of draught, coopers or blonde or glass of house wine



Pool Table, Pokies, Jukebox, Beer Garden & Function Room available. Great Food and Fantastic Local Beers on Tap.



Chicken or Beef Schnitzel, with your choice of sauce and a FREE schooner of draught, Coopers or blonde or glass of house wine

Phone 8562 8136 2 Murray Street, Greenock



A FEAST of music has been made available for the public at the Angaston Town Hall on Sunday, April 1. It involves the Burnside Symphony Orchestra and the Adelaide Philharmonia Chorus who will perform The Faure Requiem in a concert. The Burnside Symphony Orchestra is already well known in the Barossa through its concerts in support of the Tanunda organ restoration project. Gabriel Faure’s requiem was composed between 1887 and 1890 and is the best known of his large works. The choral version of Faure’s Pavane, based on the slow processional Spanish court dance, will also be on the afternoon program. The chorus and orchestra, conducted by Aldis Sils and Bryan Griffiths, involves Alexander Paine (organ), Joanna McWaters (soprano) and Andrew Turner (baritone). The concert begins at 2.30pm with afternoon tea served by the Angaston Uniting Church Auxiliary for $5. Tickets are $25 for adults and $10 for students and can be purchased at the door or through Michael Wohlstadt at the Barossa Farmer’s Market Barossa Heritage Pork stall. For more details, phone 0437 798 706.


Wolf Blass Visitor Centre 97 Sturt Highway, Nuriootpa

Victoria’s Beautiful Mornington Peninsula (9 Days) Monday 24th September - Tuesday 2nd October 2012

DAY 1 - Home/Ballarat through Tailem Bend for Morning Tea. Arrive Ballarat late afternoon. DAY 2 - Ballarat/Hastings Visit the famous Queen Victoria Market, dedicated to fresh produce & clothes, shoes, jewellery, giftware, home wares & more. Visit Port Phillip Bay, pass through Mordialloc, Edithvale, Carrum, Frankston & Mornington, then ‘The Briars Park’. A beautiful example of 'Cultural Landscape', represented today by a complex of heritage listed farm buildings & gardens. DAY 3 - Mornington Peninsula Visit Hastings, Balnaring, Merrick’s, guided tour with lunch at Ashcombe Maze, Shoreham - Australia's oldest & most famous Hedge Maze. Visit popular beach resort of Flinders, then Cape Schanck – a scenic coastal area overlooking Bass Strait, Lighthouse Museum, and Portsea – holiday destination of Melbourne’s rich & famous. Return to Tyabb via Sorrento, Rye, Rosebud & visit Charlie’s Auto Museum in Dromana. A 1940s style garage housing unique vehicles & motoring memorabilia. Arthur’s Seat - Towering 300 metres, the best place to view Port Phillip & the Mornington Peninsula. DAY 4 - Hastings/Phillip Bay Travel around Western Port Bay to Phillip Island, stop at San Remo. Visit Rhyll & see unusual bird species, continue on to Cowes, the “capital” of Phillip Island. Travel to ‘Nobbies’ for breathtaking coastal scenery then visit the world-renowned Penguin Parade. DAY 5 - Hastings/Mornington Peninsula Morning tea, a guided tour & lunch at Beleura House and Garden (an Italianate villa erected in 1863), visit The Garden Vineyard at Moorooduc, named one of the 10 Best Gardens in Australia. DAY 6 - Hastings/French Island A short cruise to French Island, Bus tour of Island, stopping for wild Koala spotting & Island sights. DAY 7 - Hastings/Geelong Visit Sorrento, catch the ferry to Queenscliff & visit Queenscliff Maritime Museum, guided tour of Fort Queenscliff, visit a 19th century Coastal Artillery Fort. DAY 8 - Geelong/Ballarat Visit Eastern Beach & the waterfront precinct, stroll along the foreshore, follow the bollard trail, or wander to the Botanical Gardens. Visit Ford Discovery Centre - a showcase of automotive technology, 90 minute scenic lunch cruise on Coria Bay. DAY 9 Ballarat/Home PRICE ON APPLICATION


8562 8092

ABN 43 056 104 187 # Triple R Travel Lic No. 31486

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RANDALL Mark and Claire, together with Margaret – are overjoyed to announce the birth of their new grand-daughter. Skyelaih Claire Jayne Randall, born to Stacey, at Tanunda Hospital on Tuesday 6 March. A third grandchild for Mark and Claire, and fourth for Margaret. Congratulations Stacey!

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

BALL, Margaret Theodosia 13/12/1931 - 14/3/2004. Dearly loved wife of Joseph, dearly loved mother and mother-in-law of Martin and Melissa and adored nanna of Thomas, Georgina and Jamie. She continues to wrap us in her love. Sadly missed and always remembered in our hearts. DORNAN, Virginia Phyllis Helen Passed away suddenly 15.3.2011 This day is remembered and quietly kept. No words are needed, we will never forget. Sadly missed by your sister Kath and your partner Henk.

FOR SALE Barossa New Life Church TREASURE CHEST - FURNITURE MART 10 Murray St, Nuriootpa Tel. 85622988 Monday - Friday 9am - 4pm Saturday 9am - 12pm


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. GUN SALES. Ammo, repairs, safes, accessories & service. Gawler Fishing & Outdoors, 48 Murray St, Gawler 85226200

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


120 Treated Posts (L 2.5m x D 75-100mm) $5.85 ea 60 Treated Posts (L2.5m x D 100-125mm) $9 ea 90 Treated Posts (L 3m x D 100-25mm) $15 ea 100 rolls Dripline 2.0L/H Hose (50m/roll, holes 750mm apart, D20mm) Half Price. Rotary Hoe - 5hp, MTD, made in USA, hand operated, uses ULP. $900 ono Contact Bob Lindenthal 1799755

DOMESTIC farm, pool and spa pump repairs. Complete workshop facilities also for electric fence energisers. New units, conversions to solar, tapes and insulators. Qualified tradesman. Ag Power Williamstown Road, Cockatoo Valley. 0408820024 $140

PLANTS - Natives, perennials, tube stock, water wise etc. MORNING STAR NURSERY Lot 1 Cossins St., Kapunda. Ph: 85663952. Open Thursday to Sunday 9am- 5pm.

14 Metal Bins (L 120cm x W 120cm x H 90cm) Half Price

COMPUTER DESK 1 solid shelf on top, 1 on bottom for hard drive and 2 roll out shelves. On castors. $30 Ph: 0417890623


NEED A PUMP? For all your needs, Gawler Irrigation, Lot 11, Paxton Street, WILLASTON. Ph: 85232350

14 PVC Bins (L 120cm x W 120cm x H 90cm) $140 ea

CASH FOR BOTTLES & CANS. Wine bottles, batteries, phone Lange's Can & Bottle Depot on 85642292 for trading hours, 20 Newcastle St, Angaston.


MULCH STRAW from $2.50 per small bale. Roseworthy area. Ph. 0408856092

• Bins • Posts • Hose • Rotary Hoe

All donations of furniture, clothing, bric-a-brac enable us to assist our Community

FIREWOOD 85681979

MAINS pressure blue line poly from $37 roll. Gawler Irrigation, Lot 11, Paxton Street, Willaston. Ph: 85232350

0418 830 881 South Australia



Ford Falcon EL Sedan 4 Litre motor, 145,000 km, roof rack, most parts available. Falcon BA Sedan 4 Litre motor and auto transmission, 144,000 km, good panels, most parts available. Ford Falcon BF III Stationwagon 4 Litre LPG only motor and auto transmission, 56,000 km, most parts available. Holden Commodore VX Sedan 3.8 Litre motor and auto transmission, 115,000 km, Berlina factory mags. Holden Commodore VZ Stationwagon 3.6 Litre motor and auto transmission, roof rack, 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 NEW ARRIVAL: Holden Commodore VE Sedan 97,000 km

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

MOTOR VEHICLES 1992 HSV Commodore Ute. Worked 5 litre, 5 speed Man, leather interior, Tiger Mica colour. BB-264C $7,200 ono. Ph. 0409816741 CASH FOR CARS and scrap metal. Ph: 0404856309 HOLDEN COMMODORE 1994 VR SS, 5 litre, 5 speed manual, exc. cond. only 90,000kms, S443AFM, $12,000 ono 0430906434 HOLDEN COMMODORE 1996 VS S pack, 3.8 litre, auto, great body, motor needs rebuild, $1,000 ono XFL-401 0430906434 HOLDEN COMMODORE VN Berlina 1990, 5 litre, V8, auto, great condition, 2 months rego. VN5000 $3,000 ono 0430906434 TOYOTA TARAGO WAGON 1984. UXH793 $1,000 Ph: 0409300354

FOR HIRE SLUSHIE/FROZEN Cocktail Machine HOT CHOCOLATE Cocktail Machine PUCKER POWDER . FAIRY FLOSS Slush-a-Licous Phone Pina 0434141097 Family owned, locally operated.

ALTONA/LYNDOCH 27 Wilhelm Street, Sat March 17 9am - 5pm. Fridge, furniture, h/hold goods, toys, craft, books, fabric. 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 LYNDOCH - King Street Saturday March 17th from 8:30 a.m. Large variety household items aquariums ponds furniture MULTIPLE BOOT / GARAGE SALES Main Street of Point Pass On Saturday 17th March, 2012. Starting at 8am. Whether you're buying or selling EVERYONE is welcome Selling sites are FREE, register at the Point Pass Hotel. Items for sale power tools, household items (deceased estate) books and lots, lots more. Sausage sizzle available with proceeds going to the Leukaemia Foundation. Then stay to see Keith & Ron lose their hair and beards for "The World's Greatest Shave." For further details contact Monica 85811104, Dianne 85811226 or the Point Pass Hotel 85811556. SATURDAY 17TH Shed and house items. 9 am - 2 pm. 37 Basedow Road Tanunda. SOUTHERN BAROSSA COMMUNITY CHILDCARE CENTRE. Open Day and Yard Sale. Sunday 18th March 9am - 4pm. To book a site for $10, please phone Sue or Naomi on 85245395 Sponsored by: 1800-GOT-JUNK ? The World's Largest Junk Removal Service.

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


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GARAGE SALES 34 NEIL AVE Nuriootpa. Saturday 17th. ALL MUST GO. Baby goods, household and shed items. 7am start.

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General Towing, breakdowns, caravans, boats, farm machinery

0404 856 309



LEADLIGHT - Local, professional affordable leadlight. I'll come to you, or call at Gawler Glass Design studio, 58 Yettie Rd, Williamstown. Weekly classes. Bob Pirch 85247241

FOR SALE WH1800659



CLOCKS & WATCHES Don't throw them away. R E C Y C L E. Ted needs parts to keep your clocks & watches ticking. Get a quote. Please phone Ted on 85622384.

ON FARM boarders wanted Mt. Pleasant area $65 per room. 85681979

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Need Help? Contact 83463255 Meeting: Friday's - C.W.A. Building Kapunda - 8pm.

FRANKLIN 19'6" Roomy family tandem caravan. Double bed & 4 bunk beds. $9,890 S915-TBM JAYCO camper. Sleeps 6, 2 double beds & awning. V. Gd. cond. $10,900 TJZ-712. SUPREME 23' Spirit tandem van 7/2007 Queen bed, ensuite shower/toilet, r/c air cond., TV, r/o awning and many extras. Immaculate $52,990 YIK-719 VISCOUNT 15' pop top. Single beds, m /wave & awning. Well presented. $9,990 TDE-281. Gawler Caravan Centre 57 Para Road EVANSTON Ph: 85222707 MILLARD 80 series 23' x 8' Tandem, elec brakes, DB, 3 bunks, elec/gas fridge, gas stove, hot water. Good condition. TVL144 $12,500 Ph: 85633555 after 6.30 p.m.

WILLIAMSTOWN $290 p/week. 22 Mt. Crawford Road. 3 b.r. villa. B.I.R. in 2 bedrooms, 3 way bathroom, evaporative cooling, gas heating, formal lounge, large storage, garage u.m.r. Ph: 85233319

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


Expressions of interest sought

Our beloved cat, Oophadoopha, brought over from the UK with us, disappeared from our Angaston home on 12 February. He's dark ginger, big, has 4 white paws, is missing a top canine tooth from surgery and is microchipped. Any info on his whereabouts, please call or text Maxine 0427925092 or 8564 2173

The Administrators of A Class Perry Technologies Pty Ltd, Mark Hall and Timothy Clifton of Macks Hall Clifton, offer the opportunity to purchase the Company’s business/assets.


• Large quantity of electrical, plumbing, automation & control stock and materials; • Business name and telephone number;

FIT N FURRY Personal pet walking, activities, homecare. Aged & Disability concessions available. Nuriootpa surrounds Ph: 0433925964 or 85657169 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

Friday 16th March 6.45pm Faith Wine Centre. Annual Reports & Committee elections. 7.30pm short “The Plank” followed by Ingmar Bergman’s Oscar-winning “The Virgin Spring.”


Jesus - The Chief Corner-stone (1st Peter 2:6) Ministry - Two by two (Mark 6:7, Luke 10:1) Church - In the home (Romans 16:5, Col 4:15) FREE - Freely ye have received, freely give (Matt 10:8) GOSPEL MEETINGS Evanston Gardens Memorial Hall 63 Angle Vale Road Every Sunday 7.00-8.00pm Every Wednesday 7.45-8.45pm


PRELIMINARY NOTICE CLEARING SALE Eden Valley Paraville Homestead Saturday 21st April 2012 at 10am Machinery, Antique Machinery, General Farm Sundries, Antique Furniture and Wares, Sundries, Household White Goods/Furniture and Large Amount Bric-a-Brac. Terms: Payment on sale day, Number system applies, ID required GST of 10% will be added to applicable items Contact Vendor: Tim Rogers 0427 034 652 or Agent Bruce Cameron 0429 471 966.

Elders Roseworthy: 8524 8333


appearing at


Perry Trade Services has provided electrical and plumbing services to the Barossa Valley and surrounding areas for 20 years. The business operates from premises owned by a related entity in Nuriootpa, SA with its primary assets comprising:

1 Hanson Street, Freeling

Come te ra celeb ick’s tr a P t S Day

Saturday 17th March 8.30pm til late DEVELOPMENT ACT 1993 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR CATEGORY 3 DEVELOPMENT Pursuant to Section 38 (5) of the Development Act, 1993

• Intellectual property; and • Access to extensive customer database. There is also the possibility of purchasing the assets and premises of the related party including the vehicles and plant and equipment utilised by Perry Trade Services. Although this related entity is not controlled by the Administrators, all enquiries for these assets should be directed to the Administrators’ office in the first instance.


To register your interest, please email William Phillips ( of Macks Hall Clifton by Monday, 19 March 2012. Level 10, 26 Flinders Street, Adelaide SA 5000 t. + 61 8 8203 2800 f. + 61 8 8211 8922 e.



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

ZUMBA at Greenock Institute. Wednesdays 10.15am. & 6.30pm. Instructor Sue Evans. Ph: 85628184

Barossa Film Club AGM


BELINDA'S PAMPERED PETS NURIOOTPA Professional dog clipping, heated hydrobathing, blowdrying & nails for all breeds. LARGE & SMALL by an animal lover. Ph: 0418810323

IMPROVE YOUR HEALTH, DE-STRESS YOUR LIFE Join a Meditation Class or Group Class - Tuesdays 1.15pm to 2.45pm Gawler Group - 1st & 3rd Thursday of month 7pm Kapunda NOT SURE WHICH? Phone Jy 0409131038



CASH AUCTION At Mount Pleasant Showgrounds Tuesday 20th March-Start 9.30am ITEMS: Good quality English China & coins and more. Bring your unwantd goods & turn them into cash. Contact Peter 85811752 / 0412910803

All welcome. Enquiries 8564 8225

A Class Perry Technologies Pty Ltd (Administrators Appointed) Trading as Perry Trade Services










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Light Industrial Building (Non-Complying) Allot 7 Railway Terrace, STOCKWELL

The application may be examined at The Barossa Council Office, 43-51 Tanunda Road, Nuriootpa during business hours. Any person or body affected may make relevant representations in writing concerning this application, to be addressed to the Chief Executive Officer, The Barossa Council, PO Box 867, Nuriootpa SA 5355 or email, and received not later than 5:00pm, 28/03/2012. Each person making a submission should indicate whether they wish to appear personally or be represented before Council’s Development Assessment Panel in support of their submission. A copy of each representation received will be forwarded to the applicant to respond.






$4000 Government Training Incenves are available for *eligible parcipants making the course cost neutral!

Call to discuss (08) 8562 2122



WORK WANTED CLEANERS needing extra work in school hours. Honest & reliable in your home. Ph: 0429007863

I can work closely with my clients to find the level of treatment, care and team involvement they need to improve their health. With so many opportunities to experience new situations, learn new skills and master new models of care, every day is different. At SA Health, I can finish my shift feeling satisfied my career is on track and I have made an impact in someone’s life.


ELECTRICIAN(S) Reftec are seeking hardworking, enthusiastic electrician(s) to join our Electrical Division. Enjoy an excellent variety of work in the Barossa Valley.

HOME CLEANING & IRONING - $15 off first reg. service so you try us out. Ph: Carolyn or Nat till 8pm daily incl. w/ends. 0409691576 PAINTER Local experience. Quality work. Free quote. Ph: Peter 0417805982 Lic. No. BLD48086 ROLLER shutter repairs 08 85662922

Paramedical Aide

Applicants must be self-motivated, have excellent communication skills, be able to work in a team environment & hold a current A Class Electrical License

Inner North Country Health Service, Gawler Job Ref: 501071


Resumes to: Reftec Pty Ltd P.O. Box 158 Tanunda SA 5352 Or phone 8563 2855 for application form.

Phone 8563 0198


SALES PROFESSIONAL Global Company. Motivated, sales professionals, work outside an office, work your own schedule, phone Chrissy 1800735559. www.besteverhomebusiness



SOUTHERN BAROSSA COMMUNITY CHILDCARE A dynamic Lutheran childcare centre serving the beautiful Southern Barossa and environs

DIRECTOR Level 2 Full Time Applicants are invited from people passionate about quality childcare who are able to actively support the aims of a Christian centre. Refer to for details or Contact Sue Jericho for further information. P. 8524 6727 | E. Applications close 4pm, Thursday 22nd March 2012.

Redeemer Lutheran School seeking applications from suitably qualified and highly motivated persons for the position of..

CHIMNEY CLEANING Local Barossa Service Phone: David 0407189215 CHIROPRACTOR. Dr Kana Nathan 39 Murray St, Angaston. Consulting Saturdays Ph. 85642882

...provide balanced care to every client

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

School Secretary / Principal’s Assistant The Secretary / Principal’s Assistant will be required to provide outstanding customer support and service to school families, children, staff and members of the wider community. This person will also work closely with the Principal to assist the organisation to achieve its stated mission and vision and to provide administrative support. The successful applicant will possess outstanding communication, administrative, clerical, organisational, IT, problem solving and management skills, and will demonstrate high standards of professionalism, efficiency, initiative and personal organisation. Applicants will need to demonstrate comprehensive IT knowledge, the ability to work with and contribute to a dynamic and progressive team, the ability to work independently, to meet deadlines, and to improve efficiency through innovation. For an application package or further information, please contact the school Principal Mr Steven Wilksch on 8562 1655 or 0407 721 835.

Applications close Friday 16th March at 5pm. Applications in writing to: PRINCIPAL Mr Steven Wilksch, Redeemer Lutheran School P/O Box 397, Nuriootpa SA 5355


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Gawler Cup night at Globe Derby Park

Distance increase suits

ABOVE: Moment Of Silence and driver Mark Billinger (pink silks and harness) holds onto the lead in the run up the home straight to win the 2012 LR&M Gawler Oaks at Globe Derby on Saturday. RIGHT: The connections of Moment Of Silence are presented with the rug and trophy. BELOW RIGHT: Madeline Smith aboard Aadelaidee Lady in the Open Pony Gawler Cup. FAR BELOW: Tunza Velocity (second horse from left) gains momentum before going on to win the Domenic Virgara Memorial.

POSE: Sir Anthony looks at the camera while jockey Paul Gatt prepares to dismount. The winning strapper is Bonnie Clark.

BELOW LEFT: The connections of My Independence Day are presented with the rug and trophy after winning the 2012 Podiatry Care Hambeltonian Trotters Cup.

STARPLEX Basketball Monday juniors 12 and under: Division One Jets d Barossa 26-16; Sandy Creek d Little Lions 24-22; Undertakers d Warriors 20-18. Division Two - Central Little Lions d Brookers 19-16; TLegends d Starplex Hawks 326; Barossa d Celtics 27-2; Barossa Bulldogs d Red Devils 38-12. 14 and under: Sharks d Lakers 29-17; Hawks d Brookers 1811. 16 and under: Craigmore Thunder d Craigmore Flash 2819; Red Dragons d Barossa Blues 30-19; Barossa Reds d Hoops I Did It Again 47-16. Monday evening men Division One: Wolverines d M&M’s 20-0; Crumpet Squad d Wizards 58-17; Blitzers d Beard Of Chuck 27-22; He Got Game d Flight Team 47-32; Run & Gun d Shooting Blanks 60-48. Division Two: Turbos d Shakers 49-47; Black Knights d Hurricanes 38-36; Muffin Stuffers d Off In The Shower 76-41; Kings d Wreckless 36-

35; Dilligaf d Orlago Bujic 4539. Tuesday juniors 8 and under: Dragons drew with Sean’s Little Lions 1-1; Williamstown A drew with Williamstown B 4-4. 10 and under As: Brookers d Sudden Impact 22-2; Run & Gun drew New Stars 12-12. 10 and under Bs: Redbacks drew with Barossa 10-10; Sean’s Lions d Williamstown 10-5; Lightning d Shooting Stars 16-0; All Stars d Rockstars 6-5; Wild Lions drew with Kangaroos 4-4. Tuesday night men The Was Nots d The Boys 2317; Gawler Gunners d Gang Green 43-21; Red Lions d Airballers 56-26; Hawks d Gbs 41-30; Beam Team d Swarrens 42-17; Stormtroopers d Clumsy Ninjas 34-29; The Steelers d Tanks 38-25; 02 Tha Fn d Outlaws 31-27; Has Beens d Deep Heat 76-15; James d Taipans 42-26. Wednesday evening ladies Brookers d Tangos 30-25; Shooting Stars drew with JugO-Norks 17-17.

Netball Monday night ladies

STAYING bred three-year-old Sir Anthony showed his appreciation of an increase in journey with an impressive win in the Gawler South Bakery Maiden over 2122 metres at Gawler. A $4 chance, Sir Anthony scored an easy length and a half win from the odds-on favourite Cornish Lad. After settling well in midfield, Sir Anthony was pulled out on straightening and stayed on well to cut down Cornish Lad who had looked a possible winner when he went to the front. Jockey Paul Gatt was strong in his praise of the gelding’s win. “I know it might not have been a strong field but he hit the line powerfully,” Gatt said. “And he was strong after the line as well. “I think he has a few more wins in him over distance,” the jockey added. Gatt’s opinion pleased Kildaton Park trainer Tony McEvoy. “He’s bred to stay so today’s race was a guide to his future,” McEvoy said. “Sir Anthony is lightly raced and had two shorter races to fit him for the step up in journey. “He is owned in Mildura, Victoria by Tony Cufari who bred him. “Tony owns Prospector’s Joy, a Flying Spur mare, who had three wins at 1600 metres and further. She was mated with Elvstroem and Sir Anthony is the result.” The Gawler win was only the gelding’s fifth start and McEvoy, buoyed by Gatt’s report, said he would look for another staying race to see if there was further improvement. Fumble Beez d Krazy Kats 2014; South d Randoms 27-20; The Bitties d Meatloaf 31-18; Watch Out d Empire 35-24; Don’t Care d Pythons 20-17; Jitterbugs d South Gawler 4713; Barossa High 5s d Bulldozers 28-16; Southies d Purple 29-13; Wild Turkeys d Checkmates 25-22; Divas d Trinity College 23-11. Tuesday evening mixed Bright Sparks d Watermelons 30-12; Dirty Beaches d Tropical 29-12; Tba drew with Balls Of Steal 10-10; Silent Duck d Pink Paws 24-20; Black Thunder d Falcons 22-19. Wednesday juniors 11 and under: Preliminary final - Trinity 7 d Trinity 4 9-8. 13 and under: Preliminary final - Trinity 4 d Trinity 2 12-7. 16 and under: Preliminary final - Inter 1; Trinity 2 d Trinity 4 2315; Inter 2; Trinity 1 d Trinity 2 25-23. Wednesday evening ladies Preliminary final - Inxs d Triple S 28-19; Trinity 4 d Bits & Pieces 36-31; Fruit Loops d Lollipops 31-28; Mallala d Escapees 32-14. Wednesday evening mixed Gen-Y d Cheery Poppers 19-7. Friday ladies daytime

Mummas d East Side Mums 28-10; Straight Up d Skittles 45-9; Barely There d Wasleys 37-33.

KEGEL Ladies are back and made good scores. Ruth top of the night making a 60 with one ball. Congrats Ruth. Results of play: R Bell 106/162 267, A Vanstone 139/125 264, E Nicolai 139/124 263, M Balch 85/158 243. 15s: A Vanstone 1. 24s: M Balch 2, A Vanstone 1.

GAWLER INDOOR BOWLS Gawler and Districts Indoor Bowls Association Incorporated 2012 indoor bowls Drawn Doubles Tournament. This year the Drawn Doubles Tournament was conducted again as the opener to the new season. Although the association clubs will field two less teams this season, the number of entries was up on last year; but still fell short of a perfect draw of 32 players. Once again we were well supported by the Murray Ranges

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Association players; and for that I thank them. The draw for partners and order of play was conducted at Templers on Sunday, February 27, by E Lee, H and R Shanahan under the direction of the tournament director Sydney Lee. From the original 24 players one had to withdraw for work reasons and was replaced by the director, through a phone call. Players nominating to participate (including withdrawals) came from: Murray Ranges Association (five); Evanston Gardens Club (nine); Kangaroo Flat (five); Gawler South (three); Roseworthy (two) and Lutheran (one). A lucky door prize, kindly donated by S and E Lee was drawn by the youngest player, Marc Phelps, with the winning ticket being number U59 held by Carmen Kluth. At the conclusion of the tournament, the tournament director Sydney Lee invited the association president Evelyn Fairlie to present the runners-up trophy winners and then invited the association assistant secretary

treasurer to present the winners, Maurice Keane (a first year player for the Evanston Gardens Club) and Evelyn Fairlie (a ‘veteran’ player for the Kangaroo Flat Club) with their trophies. The trophies were obtained from C and N Hutton Trophies for which we thank them. Results of Drawn Doubles Tournament First round: D Bettens, E Lee bye; M Keane, E Fairlie 9 d M Phelps, R Shanahan 4; C Kluth, P Waldegrave - bye; J Phelps, C Braunack 9 d M Wohling, K Hoffmann 4; A Jennings, J Klingbiel 8 d L Baehnisch, P Waldegrave 7; N Lee, R Lee - bye; A Martin, J Pfeiffer 9 d K Bettens, P Phelps 2; B Saunders, T Schutz - bye. Quarter finals: M Keane, E Fairlie 12 d D Bettens, E Lee 2; J Phelps, C Braunack 8 d C Kluth, P Waldegrave 6; N Lee, R Lee 10 d A Jennings, J Klingbiel 7; A Martin, J Pfeiffer 7 d B Saunders, T Schutz 3. Semi finals: M Keane, E Fairlie 14 d J Phelps, C Braunack 2; N Lee, R Lee 8 d A Martin, J Pfeiffer 2. Grand final: M Keane, E Fairlie 8 d N Lee, R Lee 4.

SPORTS PETANQUE On Sunday, March 4, the Gawler Petanque Club hosted members and friends of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers for their annual challenge. It was perfect weather for a great afternoon of Petanque, fun and laughter with the Gawler Petanque Club being the champions (yet again) with a score of +56 against the Engineers’ score of -56. The afternoon began with

lunch, and we thank Bakers Delight, Gawler, for their kind donation of bread. After lunch we enjoyed two games of Petanque to decide the championship, and a fun shooting competition to finish. The club usually meets at 1.30 pm on Sundays at Essex Park, Victoria Terrace, Gawler (next to tennis courts) unless the forecast temperature is 30°C or over, when we meet at 9.30am.

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Barossa and Light cricket By MIKE TEAKLE GAWLER Central (460) secured the A1 minor premiership with their mammoth 288-run win over South Gawler (272). In a dominant batting display, the Tigers had contributions from most of their side with only three players languishing in single figures. Ty Stock (112) finished the season as he started it with tons of runs and opening partner Jamie Mccafferty backed him up with 59 while Aaron King (87) just keeps delivering. A late innings cameo from Ben Tobitt (56) batting at nine ensured South’s miserable season lasted right to the end. David Golder’s six wickets came at a high price (96) for the Lions. Sandy Creek’s slim hopes of playing finals were dashed when Kapunda (196) bundled them out for just 154 despite a resilient 65 from Corey Roberts. Gilbert Valley (105) celebrated their return to the finals by ending last year’s premiers Nuri’s (78) season. Tom Vater was the best for the Bulls, taking 4/12 from 12 overs including both Tiger openers. Ben Burgess (81) guided Angaston (215) to a comfortable win over Tanunda (102 and 1/101) despite Christian Gattemayr (57 not out) standing firm in the Magpies second dig. Light Pass (201) claimed the A1 reserves minor premiership despite losing to Truro (245) as Truro captain Toby Eggleton (88) carried his team to victory and fourth place on the ladder. Last-placed Eudunda/Robertstown (9/242) defeated second-last-placed Greenock (9/219 declared) thanks to 102 not out from J R Mosey who was well supported by his captain David Cluse (54) and Sam Nietschke (43). Freeling’s comfortable 83-run win over Lyndoch sees them finish second and preparing for a second semi-final clash with Light Pass. Other notable performers include Sandy Creek Yellow’s Gavin Werner who carried his bat (166 not out) in the Cockatoo’s (264) win over Lyndoch (104). In the A4s, Nuri opener Andrew Reusch’s 72 not out wasn’t enough to prevent the Tigers losing to Mallala. Continuing the not out trend, Gilbert Valley’s Chris Busch (96 not out) came agonisingly

close to a century in the Bulls win over Eudunda/Robertstown. A1 Sandy Creek 154 (C Roberts 63, A Crothers 32, L Hill 25*, S Ryan 4/25, R Johnson 3/46, M Goldsmith 2/20) def by Kapunda 196 (R Johnson 57, TJ Williams 41*, M Ryan 27, B Johnson 25, C Roberts 4/35, L Hill 2/25). Gilbert Valley 105 (K Vandeleur 26, DS Doecke 5/23, G Henschke 4/23) and 4/155 (M Hosking 36, CA Mullins 35, T Smith 35*, JM Vandeleur 30*, M Milne 2/47) def Nuriootpa 78 (TW Vater 4/12, JM Vandeleur 3/14, CA Mullins 3/16). Gawler Central 460 (TT Stock 122, AJ King 87, J McCafferty 59, BP Tobitt 56, MP Davis 34*, MB Ness 31, DJ Golder 6/96) def South Gawler 272 (NP Bartsch 71, S O’Donoghue 49, DJ Golder 43, LT Mitchell 30*, AM Frackowski 4/24, AJ King 2/62, WK Serle 2/67). Angaston 215 (BS Burgess 81, S Rathjen 42, M Hartigan 5/56, D Abinett 3/32) def Tanunda 102 (B Burgess 4/22, BP Woodards 3/26, BJ Klemm 2/16) and 1/101. A1 Reserves Truro 245 (T Eggleton 88, B Fairey 36, S Donovan 27, D Hahn 27, M Braunack 3/15, C Todd 2/33, B Hunter 2/59) def Light Pass 201 (S Schrapel 72, R Mattner 37, S Gallasch 31, J O’Callaghan 2/25, T Eggleton 2/38, R Westover 2/48). Eudunda-Robertstown 9/242 (JR Mosey 102*, D Cluse 54, SR Nietschke 43, S Fowler 5/67, C Hoffmann 2/70) def Greenock 9/219 dec. (C Dahlenberg 72, G Loffler 36, T Baker 2/31, JR Mosey 2/40, M Coombes 2/62). Lyndoch 129 (S Wynne 33, JV Wickman 27, RJ Montgomery 3/36, BM Parish 2/9, JHirst 2/23) def by Freeling 212 (A Clay 74*, RJ Montgomery 56, A Jeffery 5/39, N Goulding 2/48). A2 Greenock 219 (D Cameron 86, D Schilling 33) def by Angaston 222 (C Doecke 86, SJ Doecke 60, D Cameron 6/67, B Verne 2/24). Light Pass 146 (S Davies 55, AK Ness 5/15, B Ward 3/46) def by Gawler Central 193 (P Cameron 94, R Harris 32, DJ Miller 26, S Davies 5/53, G Miller 2/53, M Baumann 2/58). Nuriootpa 8/79 dec. (R Worrall 32, M Wegener 5/24, P Mernagh 2/20) and 1/15 def Tanunda 40 (J Schmidt 6/12, J Gerhardy 3/28) and 52 (J Schmidt 7/28, R Schultz 2/2). South Gawler 162 (J Dare 50, N O’Reilly 42, L Kent 4/17, NA Gum 2/17, JA Smedley 2/29) def by Sandy Creek 6/327 (J Hartwell 72, ST Koch 63, NA Gum 59, RC Handtke 30, L Kent 30*, M Donohoe 30, K Roberts 25, J Mackereth 2/56, L McCracken 2/125) and 0/69 (J Hartwell 32*, ST Koch 30*). A3 Gilbert Valley 146 (R Schwartz 52, P Callery 26, R Schirmer 3/11, B McDonald 3/19, J Brennan 3/46) def by Freeling 6/163 dec. (H Robinson 73, N East 25, L Slok 3/38, M Kooyman 3/44). Kapunda 112 (D Menzel 31, T Sires 28, G Hinderwell 5/10, J Power 2/31, MP Cotton 2/42) def by Sandy Creek Green 151 (B Nottle 62, B Silvy 30, D Goddard 2/39). Gawler Central 77 (G Kemp 39, S Murphy 5/36, S Fettke 2/5, R Giles 2/16) and 5/159 (S Dawe 60, CL Chester 42, J Lewis 2/24, S Fettke 2/28) def by Truro 123 (R Giles 37, K Hoffmann 28, S Woods 4/40, CL Chester 3/17). Nuriootpa 153 (CB Bartel 53, A Linden 39, C Collins 3/47, J Ellis 3/52, D Wallace 2/7, L Fleetwood 2/20)def Tanunda 88

(CB Bartell 3/14, A Linden 3/29). Sandy Creek Yellow 264 (G Werner 166*, AJ Wallwork 34, MR Scott 26) def Lyndoch 104 (R Koch 35, S Robinson 33, B Green 3/2, MJ Coldman 2/19, MR Scott 2/24) and 3/57 (MR Scott 2/20). A4 Tanunda 8/181 (L Hughes 4/35, MT Knight 2/33) def by Gawler Central 204 (L Hughes 90, N Heinze 32). Kapunda 3/217 (M Good 74, D Trotta 62, C Ryan 46) def Lyndoch 4/213 (BR Tanti 110*, JC Schloithe 28, J Hodgson 2/21). Freeling 5/93 (C Eichner 41, K Hampel 3/24, D Lloyd 2/24) def Greenock 9/86 (G Rooney 3/20, AJ Wright 2/7, J Watts 2/20). Mallala 7/202 (K Curnow 112, D Nayda 3/45) def Nuriootpa 9/108 (A Buckley 4/15, T Cawrse 2/18). A5 Light Pass 8/185 (M Mattner 107, B Nitshcke 25, MJ Lightburn 3/41, CM Schultz 2/45) drew Angaston 7/185 (CM Schultz 39, T Richardson 39, D Clarke 26, B Nitshcke 2/26, K Nitschke 2/37). South Gawler 4/214 (G Murphy 87, T Pocock 36, P Blackburn 31, B BiscanLauner 2/24) def Eudunda Robertstown 154 (N Lewis 46, R Reese 34, B BiscanLauner 29, DB Washington 5/27, P Blackburn 2/17, MJ Oxley 2/24). Greenock 172 (J Robertson 60, E Ballard 25) def by Gilbert Valley 190 (J Robertson 2/18). Under 16 Freeling 8/150 (T Barnes 74, C Ireland 3/27, D Douglas 2/21) def Nuriootpa/Light Pass 9/143 (K Nitschke 52, T Barnes 5/28, J Meaney 2/15). Gawler Central Gold 7/310 (V Kroon 107*, B Cameron 91, R Bernardo 25) def Sandy Creek Green 2/141 (BM Irvine 37, N Goodman 27*, AR Knight 2/17). Kapunda 204 (TJ Williams 108*, JT Williams 43, JR Heinze 2/6, T Stansborough 2/44) def Gawler Central Black 87 (J Harvey 29, J Connell 2/7, H Smith 2/8, J Brown 2/17, TJ Williams 2/22). Greenock 9/198 (T Bishop 53*, T Watson 28) def Mallala/Lyndoch 85 (R Svetec 35, S Byrne 3/10, T Watson 2/21). Sandy Creek Gold 112 (P Herd 33, A Arthur 32, B Dew 25, B Fairey 3/20, J Wheeler 2/3) def by Angaston 8/118 (BW Homes 56*, R Hage 2/15, P Herd 2/24). South Gawler bye. Under 14 South Gawler 85 (J White 31, J Antonie 2/4, B Antonie 2/6, T Jackaman 2/13) def by Angaston 6/230 (R Kuhn 51*, B Antonie 28, R Humphries-Carnelly 28, J White 2/34). Eudunda-Robertstown 4/137 (A Nietschke 39*, J Nokes 2/12) def Tanunda 124 (A Radzevicius 30, S Morris 3/13, D Grosser 3/21). Gilbert Valley 82 (B Kemp 2/1, T LiddlePage 2/4, J Kroon 2/14) def by Gawler Central 1/154 (H Hutton 51*, M Stewart 50*). Lyndoch bye. Sandy Creek 82 (T Fryer 2/2, J Hopkins 2/11) def by Freeling 8/158 (M Read 37*, JL Sheridan 3/10). Nuriootpa 121 (A Wendt 2/4, C White 2/31) def Kapunda 106 (F Smith 33, JK Moore 2/13, H Noack 2/21). Under 12 Angaston 6/140 (K Hayter 2/7, AM Doecke 2/9) def Eudunda-Robertstown 10/56. Gilbert Valley Maroon v Greenock. South Gawler 40 def by Tanunda White 2/119. Gawler Central 4/104 def Sandy Creek 10/101; Lyndoch 9/63 def by Gilbert Valley Blue 5/94; Gilbert Valley Red v Nuriootpa; Light Pass bye; Mallala 10/65 def by Tanunda Black 6/88.

Finals matches and venues A1: Gawler Central v Kapunda at Tanunuda. J L Mosey, A.Tscharke. Gilbert Valley v Angaston at Stockwell. P Perkins, C Dorrian. A1 Reserves: Light Pass v Truro at Nuriootpa. MCogan, 1x Nuri. Freeling v Lyndoch at Sandy Creek. PGerhardy, 1x Sandy Creek. A2: Sandy Creek v Tanunda at Kapunda. S Rolton, 1x Greenock. Nuriootpa v South Gawler at Eudunda. K Jenke 1x Eudunda. A3: Sandy Creek v Gilbert Valley at Freeling. 2x Light Pass. Kapunda v Gawler Central at South Gawler. 2x Gawler South A1. A4: Mallala v Nuriootpa at Greenock. 2x Tanunda A1. Freeling v Greenock at Gawler Central. 2x Gawler Central A2. A5: Angaston v Greeenock at Nuriootpa No 2. 1x Nuri A1, 1x Sandy Creek A1. Gilbert Valley v Light Pass at Angaston. 2x Angaston. Clubs: Remember that there is a $200 fine for each umpire who doesn’t turn up.If the clubs that are assigned a final with a panel umpire send a senior player we are happy for them to do both the bowlers end and square leg to give the panel umpires a break.

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Barossa and Light results Results for Midweek Pennants - March 8

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Freeling 81 v Lyndoch Blue 39. C Kearns 40 v D Moncreiff 6; H Sykes 19 v B Allen 18; J Morris 22 v B Howell 15. Kapunda Red 75 v Eudunda 41. T Scoot 24 v R Hams 14; F Heir 23 v G Mitev 17; J Baldwin snr 28 v J Willoughby 10. Lyndoch Gold 50 v Angaston Blue 70. J Sharratt 19 v C Tabe 24; D Hausler 23 v M Hurn 16; K Boyle 8 v B Teakle 30. Nuriootpa Black 46 v Kapunda Black 58. T Billing 22 v R Rogers 18; L Tscahrke 7 v T Rae 25; R Ellis 17 v J Trotta 15. Nuriootpa Blue 62 v Angaston White 56. P Rosenberg 26 v F Thomas 27; D Wilson 18 v J Standish 18; J Mattner 18 v D Armstrong 11. Tanunda Black 66 v Nuriootpa Green 68. C Mahoney 26 v W Williams 17; D Heidenreich 18 v I Klaebe 25; J Garrett 22 v R Garrett 26. Tanunda White 44 v Nuriootpa Gold 76. R Schnieder 18 v T Gibbons 14; A Price 15 v R Walker 30; P Baverstock 11 v R Chapman 32. Premiership Team P W DL BCF A S % Pts Kapunda Black 19 17 0 2 0 0 1216 998 218 54.92 241 Nuriootpa Green 19 13 0 5 0 1 1197 1007 190 54.31 205 Tanunda Black 19 13 0 6 0 0 1205 986 219 55.00 203 Freeling 19 12 0 6 0 1 1185 931 254 56.00 198 Nuriootpa Gold 19 12 0 7 0 0 1255 1063 192 54.14 197 Nuriootpa Black 19 9 0 10 0 01092 1045 47 51.10 150 Lyndoch Gold 19 9 0 100 0 1047 1104 -57 48.68 148 Kapunda Red 19 8 1 100 0 1064 1135 -71 48.39 135 Nuriootpa Blue 19 7 1 110 0 1138 1118 20 50.44 132 Lyndoch Blue 19 7 2 100 0 1022 1163 -141 46.77 128 Tanunda White 19 7 1 110 0 1050 1193 -143 46.81 123 Angaston Blue 19 7 1 110 0 1087 1178 -91 47.99 120 Angaston White 19 5 2 120 0 1036 1216 -180 46.00 105 Eudunda 19 2 0 170 0 852 1309 -457 39.43 43 and follow the link in sport. And check out the bowls photos in sports gallery. Results for Ladies Semi-Finals - March 8 First Semi Final Eudunda 87 v Angaston 73. J Milde 9 v E Argent 23; M Nietschke 30 v G Armstrong 17; P Dutschke 21 v E Bond 17; B Marshall 27 v P Kerridge 16. Second Semi Final Nuriootpa 73 v Kapunda 87. D Baker 19 v C Doecke 31; P Jones 20 v R Scoot 20; M Elix 11 v C Holmes 19; M Nolan 23 v C Reardon 17.

Monday Night White Semi Finals Peckers 9-71 def Angaston All Stars 3-45; Maranock 9-66 def Via Allendale 3-47. Monday Night Blue Semi Finals Freeling Extras 7-62 def The Whackits 5-48; Nuts 4 Tennis 6-57 def Whose Fault 6-47.

Second Semi-Final Freeling v Nuriootpa at Freeling

Cost per player for afternoon tea $2. Skippers by agreement can nominate a player to change the scoreboard from the 15th end onwards when the skippers are at the non-scoreboard end.

Division Three: First Semi-Final Kapunda Red v Tanunda at Kapunda Second Semi-Final Nuriootpa Gold v Kapunda Black at Nuriootpa

Venues for semi-finals on March 17. All Saturday matches to start at 1pm.

Bowls teams

LEFT HANDED: Kapunda’s Pat Dobbin.

Tennis results and finals venues Monday Night Red Semi Finals Freeling Outsiders 10-68 def Cana’balls 2-39; Gully Breezes 1070 def Woodies 2-47.

Venues for Midweek semi-finals and preliminary final on Thursday, March 15. Ladies Preliminary Final - 9.30 am Nuriootpa v Eudunda at Kapunda Mens First Semi-Final - 1.30 pm Tanunda Black v Freeling at Tanunda Second Semi-Final- 1.30 pm Kapunda Black vs. Nuriootpa Green at Kapunda

Division One: First Semi-Final Tanunda v Lyndoch at Tanunda

BOWLS: Nuriootpa’s Don Bessell is pictured left with his Service award from Bowls SA for his achievements as a top line bowler and dedicated club member. At right is Freeling’s Ian McFarlane in action during a midweek game against Lyndoch.


Finals games and venues

Wednesday Night Red (Round 16) Nuri Chasers 8-60 def Toyota Cruisers 4-53; Tanunda Down Under 10-71 def Lyndoch Leftovers 2-37; Gibson Wines 6-55 def Angaston Panthers 6-46. Wednesday Night White (Round 16): Stablemates 9-57 def Mixers 330; Team Racket 9-61 def What a Racquet 3-31; Rebels 9-64 def Loose Cannons 3-40; Match Fixers 7-61 def Hermansberg 5-47/ Wednesday Night Blue (Round 16): Havin a Ball 9-66 def Parrots 341; Tiggers 12-72 def Making a

EUDUNDA Ladies preliminary final v Nuriootpa at Kapunda: J Milde, D Leditschke, H Jenke, A Brook; B Marshall, K Hickey, M Weymouth, B Pfitzner; M Nietschke, D Twartz, J Johnston, D Mader; P Dutschke, P Gordge, J Hams, S Schutz. Reserves: J Bruhn, J Pfitzner, L Mosey. FREELING Division One v Nuriootpa at Freeling: T Johansen, L Mullins, J Brydson, J Morris; N Lee, S Sloan, J Grantham, H Sykes; N Marslen, T Mullins, L Ryan, G Fergusson; K Swanson, T Secomb, T Heinjus, C Kearns. Midweek v Tanunda Black at Tanunda: B Schuster, T Mullins, C Kearns; W Pitt, T Secomb, I McFarlane; K Bettens, J Grantham, H Sykes. Reserves: L Swanson, Phil Waldegrave. NURIOOTPA Division One v Freeling at Freeling: L Fuss, G Prior, C Jones, R Grope; P Fechner, R Chapman, R Ellis, R Walker; R Garrett, R Mattschoss, G Langley, W Williams; S Ryan, R Randall, T Billing, S Allen. Cars leave at noon: Drivers: Grope, Walker, Williams, Allen. Division Two Gold v Nuri Black at Nuriootpa: M Jones, Pam Jones, D Langley, P Buckley; D Bessell, L Cook, N Christophersen, N Collyer; C Allen, R Warnest, P Rosenberg, I Klaebe. Umpire: R Warnest. Duty rink: N Collyer. Division Two Black v Nuri 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. Umpire: P Collyer. Red stickers please. Division Three Gold v Kapunda Black at Nuriootpa: C Forbes, C McCormick, K Bullock, J Mattner; K Williamson, B Jones, L Steer, M Sims; John McIntosh, J Chapman, M Nolan, N Nolan. Duty rink: J Mattner. All semi finals start at 1pm. Midweek Green v Kapunda Black at Kapunda (start 1.30pm): A Fyfe, J Bell, W Williams; D Bessell, R Mattschoss, R Garrett; N Nolan, R Warnest, I Klaebe. Cars leave at 12.45pm. Drivers: Williams, Garrett, Klaebe. Second semi final starts at 1.30pm. Ladies Midweek v Eudunda at Kapunda: L Wilkinson, L Hahn, N Chapman, M Nolan; H Roberts, J Chapman, G White, P Jones; M Waples, H Sandow, J McIntosh, D Baker; D

Division Two: First Semi-Final Angaston Blue v Tanunda White at Angaston Second Semi-Final Nuriootpa Gold v Nuriootpa Black at Nuriootpa

Cost per player for afternoon tea $4. Skippers by agreement can nominate a player to change the scoreboard from the 20th end onwards when the skippers are at the non-scoreboard end. Allen, V Bessell, U Boettger, M Elix. Reserves: J Krause, J Zanetic, A Shoesmith, D Dalton. Cars pick up at 8.15am. Drivers: M Nolan, P Jones, D Baker, M Elix. KAPUNDA Division Three Red Tanunda at Kapunda: B Adams, B Goodfellow, R Doecke, B Cummins; P Dobbin, A Thiele, T Scoot, B Brearley; Ted Leslie, G Campbell, B Carrick, D Franks. Reserves: R Mattschoss, P Sando. Duty Rink: D Franks. Division Three Black v Nuriootpa Gold at Nuriootpa: Cars: Depart noon. S Franks, B Sweet, J Pitman, C Reardon; T Noack, D Parish, J Baldwin jnr, K Dooley; D Sweet, B van Gasteren, E Pitman, J Baldwin snr. Reserves: P Ferns, A Wilson. Cars: T Noack, E Pitman, C Reardon. Midweek Black v Nuriootpa at Kapunda: J Scholes, K Matthews, G Redden; P Hart, W Beaven,T Rae; A Reinders, J Trotta, R Rogers. Duty Rink: T Rae. LYNDOCH Division One v Tanunda: (Cars: Depart noon): D Wilson, J Sharratt, G Zerk, P Woods; T Teague, T Drummond, K Gavin, C Rule; R Idel, G Reeves, G Ayres, P Uranjek; R Vanstone, D Green, B Howell, D Hausler. Reserve: T Noble. ANGASTON Division Two Blue v Tanunda White at Angaston: 1pm start. A Hall, B Copperwheat, M Johnston, E Bond; M Storton, W Newell, I Langley, C Reardon; D Tye, J Harris, M Teakle, L Teakle. Manager: M Storton. TANUNDA Division One v Lyndoch at Tanunda: C Neldner, S Mewett, J Garrett, 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: R Schneider. Division Two White v Angaston at Angaston: M Silvestro, B Williams, B Wallace, E Allanson; F Altmann, D Martin, W Noack, M Hurst; H Rohrlach, D Koch, I Frick, T Ratsch. Division Three v Kapunda at Kapunda: D Ralston,K Schliebs, B Hoklas, D Goodwin; G Meyer, J Miegel, D Light, T Heinrich; M Goodwin, J Stephens, C Graetz, T Leech. Midweek Black v Freeling at Tanunda: K Schliebs, D Martin, D Heidenreich; H Rohrlach, S Mewett, C Mahoney; B Wallace, B Williams, J Garrett. Duty Rink: D Heidenreich.

Racquet 0-0; Manooknas 7-56 def Angaston Blues 5-53. Wednesday Night Semi Finals 7pm - Tanunda Down Under v Gibson Wines at Nuriootpa; Lyndoch Leftovers v Angaston Panthers at Nuriootpa. Wednesday White - Semi Finals 7pm - Match Fixers v Team Racket at Vine Vale; Hermansberg v Rebels at Marananga. Wednesday Blue - Semi Finals 7pm - Angaston Blues v Manooknas at Nuriootpa; Tiggers v Havin a Ball at Vine Vale.

Barossa & Light & Gawler & Districts combined senior competition

Division One: Kapunda v Nuriootpa at Lyndoch; Roseworthy v Lyndoch at Gawler Association (3 courts). Division Two: Willaston v South Gawler Blue at Gawler Association (3 courts); Lyndoch v Nuriootpa at Vine Vale. Division Three: Virginia Green v Cockatoo Valley at Gawler Association (2 courts); Willaston Blue v Willaston United at Gawler Association (2 courts) Barossa & Light & Gawler & Districts combined junior competition

Division One Boys: Xavier Saints v Roseworthy at Gawler Association; Freeling/Tanunda v Freeling at Freeling. Division Two Boys: Xavier Saints v Vine Vale at Nuriootpa; Lyndoch Blue v Trinity College at Nuriootpa.

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Division Three: Angaston v Nuriootpa at Angaston; Moculta v Tanunda White (Match time and venue to be decided). Division Four: Tanunda Black v Nuriootpa at Angaston; Tanunda Silver v Lyndoch at Angaston. Division Five: Angaston v Lyndoch at Nuriootpa; Freeling v Kapunda at Nuriootpa. Division Six: Kapunda Red v Freeling at Nuriootpa; Vine Vale Green v Tanunda Black at Nuriootpa.

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Division Two Girls: Tanunda v Lyndoch at Nuriootpa; Angaston v Freeling/Tod Street at Gawler Association.

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Justin Morris plays bowls for Freeling. Where have you played your lawn bowls? Salisbury 18 years, Payneham one year, Freeling two years.

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Who are key players at your club? Chris Kearns.

WITH no pennant games played on the weekend due to the prestige medley being held at Wallaroo there’s a chance to reflect on the season so far. One of the most tightly contested seasons in recent years has thrown up plenty of questions. Every year there are calls to reduce the number of rinks in Division One from four to three but the way the ladder kept changing during the season suggests the balance is pretty good now, with no definitive sign of a positive outcome from a change, why should it happen? Also with the break we’ve compiled GT’s team of the year; Brian Hnatyszyn (E), Brian Bowden (A), Liam Buckley (A),

What is your most important attribute? Playing under pressure. Who is a character at the club and why? Yoigi - always good for a laugh and a beer. Who is the best player you have played with and against? Larry Cambridge and Ray Tume. Major influence in your lawn bowls: George Fergusson. Who are your sporting idols? Never thought about it. Any superstitions? Always wear a watch when bowling. What event has inspired or amazed you? Winning a club singles. If you were Prime Minister what issue would you address? Carbon tax. Pet hates on the bowls rink? People who think they can play but cannot. Favourite actor and movie? Movies Crackerjack, Party Liason. Actors - Mick Molloy, Van Wilder. If someone had to play you in a movie who would it be? Ryan Reynolds. Greatest moment and disappointment? Winning two grand finals. How would you spend a million dollars? On beer.

What other sport would you love to be the best in the world at and why? Football. If you could have any four people stranded on a deserted island with you who would they be and why? No idea - hope it never happens.

Chris Kearns (F) skipper. John Standish (A), Paul Uranjek (L), George Fergusson (F), Justin Morris (F) skipper. Ian Graetz (T), Jeff Redden (K), Peter Rost (T), Chris Rule (L) skipper. Peter Baverstock (T), Peter Woods (L), Wayne Williams (N). Rob Grope (N) - skipper. Reserves; Stuart Allen (N), Geoff Langley (N), Harry Sykes (F), John Grantham (F). Your thoughts?

> Obituaries IN tragic news, early last week, former Barossa District, Central District and Broadview footballer Brett Herrod was killed in a car crash at Keith in the state’s SouthEast. Aged just 31, Herrod WH1797682

Relationship and employment status: Partner Kathy; Spray painter, concrete statue business.

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> Basketball BEN Madgen’s late season form surge continued at the weekend. The guard scored 17 in the Sydney Kings’ 92-81 win over Wollongong. It followed his explosive 30-point outing a week earlier in Sydney’s loss to the Gold Coast. During that match, the former Williamstown resident overcame being poked in the eye with a finger and copping an elbow to the mouth. It’s possible that Ben’s form spike has something to do with the arrival of new coach Shane Heal who should be able to draw up some good plays for a guard that can hit three point shots.

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was recruited to Barossa District from Central’s reserves in the early 90s and would later go on to play in a premiership at Broadview. On Friday, one of the state’s grand ladies, Betty Hayes, went to join her husband Colin. Life is about timing and Betty passed only three days before the Adelaide Cup meeting at Morphettville where the race honouring ‘C S’ was conducted. This week also marks the holding of the SA yearling sales where the Hayes family, through Lindsay Park Stud was such a key player. The saying ‘behind every great man is a great woman’ was very true in the case of Colin and Betty Hayes in their life partnership. While Lindsay Park at Angaston is no more, Betty would be proud that her grandson Sam has started Cornerstone Stud on the property and longtime Lindsay Park employee Tony McEvoy is successfully running Kildalton Park on another section. R.I.P.

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THE river level below lock 1 is on the rise. Flood water is building up stream and there is a lot of water being let out of lock 1 in anticipation of this coming down in to South Australia. The river is half a metre deeper on the bottom side of the lock and this has changed the fishing dramatically. Some good-sized callop can still be found hard in among the snags, with some fish measuring up to 45cm+. The callop are still taking vibe style lures and also big shrimp baits which are still

around in good numbers. For those who love their fly fishing, masses of big carp are now hunting the flats following the flood water as it pushes across the new ground. White goober flies are proving most effective and several fish up to 17 pounds have already been landed. The water on the flats tends to be a lot clearer than the main river which gives the fish a chance to see the fly. I like to use an eight weight fly rod for the carp and keep the leader fairly short, around a metre and a half. Tight lines until next week.

Nomads take title

WINNERS: SA Nomads, Slow Pitch premiers, top from left, Dave Savage, Alex Rowe, Anthony Skewes and Rex Ranger. Bottom, Ian Rowe, Aaron Jungfer, Brooke Skewes and Amanda Grainger with the mascot ‘Kalea’.

By ROBERT LAIDLAW SA NOMADS had to fight hard but were successful in winning the second Gawler Slow Pitch title on Friday. The Nomads had a close victory over TGI in the grand final. After losing the inaugural premiership decider to Gawler Rangers, Nomads made it 1-1 in grand finals, although the game was in the balance to the end. Batting first, TGI Friday scored 29 runs, and with eight outs, finished with a more than credible average of 3.63. Led by Kev Dochety, who scored all five times he batted, and with no one recording more than two outs, TGI Friday looked to have laid the foundation of a surprise victory. But a determined Nomads came out of the box with every hitter reaching base and scoring first up, with no-one getting out more than once in their innings. The highlight for Nomads was the long ball, with Dave Savage and Anthony Skewes belting long home runs, as the side scored 28 runs, with only five outs, to record a 5.60 average and claim the premiership. In the clash for third place, Gawler Rangers managed to overhaul White

Pointers’ target in a close encounter. The next season will be held later in the year. For details on Slow Pitch, contact Rob on 0407 979 163. With a 13-4 victory over Redsox, Gawler Rangers Little League Majors have secured the minor premiership with just one further game, against bottom team Port Adelaide at home, this week. Matthew Young led the batting with two hits, while Sebastian Heintz-Unger hit a long three-run home run. In this grade there are no finals, which gives the Rangers the title. For two of the three innings, Gawler Minors matched Henley & Grange but could not score in the second frame and lost 7-11. Wyatt Ryan picked up two hits to lead the batting. As the season comes to a close, several Gawler Rangers players have been invited to the league’s medal counts for finishing in the top five in their grades. Andre Benjamin from Division Three is the seniors’ best hope, while in under 14s, Ben Mayfield and Thomas Norley are expected to be high in the count, and in Little League, Wyatt Ryan and Jack Jenkins are both in with a good chance.

Results and fixtures Slow Pitch grand final: SA Nomads 5.60 d TGI Friday 3.63; third-place play-off Gawler Rangers 0.85 d White Pointers 0.63. Juniors - Little League Majors. Gawler Rangers Majors 13 d Redsox 4. Hits: Matthew Young 2, Declan Gillard-Martin, Sebastian Heintz-Unger (hr), Brodie Ewen, Tyler Davis). Little League Minors Henley & Grange 11 d Gawler Rangers Minors 7. Hits: Wyatt Ryan 2, Carter Powell, Trent O’Brien, Cooper Wilson, Jacob Carson, Bailey Smith. Next games: Sunday - Little League Majors v Port Adelaide at home, noon; Little League Minors v GGCD at home, 10am.

BRIDGE BAROSSA Last Monday Bridge Barossa played a five table Howell movement and in a very tight field first were Rhonda Wallace and Jill Allanson with 54.4%, followed by Max Jahn and Evan Allanson 54.2%, Toni Harvey and Hans Haan 51.4%, Ken Farley and Peter Clerk

51.1%, Joan Lee and Kevin Jones 50.6% (these four are separated by one contract or about four tricks) Adelaide Abbott and Miles White 49.9%, Joan and Howard Haese 47.9%, Houng Bergermeister and David Barnett 46.8%, Pam Jahn and Mary Clerk 44%. On Wednesday again at five tables first were Peter Robinson and Hans Haan

65.3%, Elaine Kenny and Alec Harrsi 57.6%, Joan and Howard Haese 55.4%, Trish Page and Ziggy Mentz 55.3%, Joan Lee and Kevin Jones 50.5%, Fran Hannan and Ron Male 48.8%, Helen Farrelly and Toni Harvey 44.7%, Annie Hatcher and Judy Fechner 40.1%, Peta Conor and Chris Salem 40%. For information contact 8563 3204.

GOLF KAPUNDA The full moon last weekend must have had an effect on the sleeping habits of some members with a larger than usual contingent of players up with the spoggies and teeing off with the dew still on the greens. For a long weekend it was a great field for the Bronte Kassulke air-conditioning stroke round and the conditions were again perfect. After the greens were double groomed during the week they played as well as I have seen in a long time (it helps when you roll in a couple of long putts during the round). Once again an early riser set the pace with Graeme Smith going one better than James the previous week with a pb of 94 off the beater and nett 64. It was a score that was sure to be hard to beat any day of the week. Well done Smithy. A great warm up for the bucks show ambrose later in the day. Another early starter, Bob Lambert (who generally stays away from stroke rounds), was the clubhouse leader for a short time with an excellent 66 and eventually took out the B grade. He had a comfortable lead over Damian Burgess on 72 and Davy Crockett on 73. Greg “Bully” Higgins had a couple of birdies in his back nine on the way to a nett 67 and also a comfortable win in the A grade. Playing in the same group Tony Holding and Mark Pettigrew had nett 72s and one of the better pm starters Al Hayter had 73 along with Simon Byrne. The C grade was won easily by Teo Symons (a big improvement from the previous week’s encouragement award) with 69 ahead of Dave Perry on 72. It was great to see Tony “Geezer” Stevens back out for a full round and he was next best with 76. Apparently his restricted swing hasn’t taken any length off his shots and has actually straightened him up. The fillies results didn’t make the snail mail so my apologies to either Inge or Tine for not knowing which of you won. I think the captain’s group may be looking to buy some new balls this week after they had considerable trouble at the sixth on Saturday. Scottie himself was the first to spray his drive over the fence. This was followed by Boo Menzel and the local mounty. Scottie reloaded to repeat the performance. I think they may have finished up with something like 26 shots between them for the par 5 hole. Needless to say Grant “Geej” Prior felt a little left out. The skipper did finish on a high though with birdie, birdie, par to get back to nett 74. Take out that one hole and they all did pretty well on the day. A good field of 40-plus players for the twilight once again saw an exceptional round of golf win the night. Al Hayter finished with an amazing 24 points to be just a couple ahead of Kurt Thiele with 22 and Kallan Pfitzner on 21. Best of the fillies again was Roseanne Rule from Eudunda once already. The feng shway (sic) and the moon must have been just right for Al as he parred the nine in a return to form that was always just around the corner. Speaking of the fillies, this week is the Fairway Fillies trophy day and members will be playing a stroke round.

Bronte Kassulke Refrigeration Trophy - Stroke A grade: G Higgins 67, M Pettigrew 72, T Holding 72, A Hayter 73, S Byrne 73, B Menzel 74, P Mccarthy 74, J Ryan 74, J Higgins 75, J Lindeblad 76, W Strangward 76, B Cooke 76, G Hambour 76, T Sires 76, M Mccarthy 77, M Orvad 77. B grade: R Lambert 66, D Burgess 72, D Crockett 73, S Earle 74, M Hennessy 75, C Doyle 76, B Williams 76, G Patterson 76, M Martin 77, G Jones 78, G Prior 80, P Nash 81. C grade: G Smith 64, T Symons 69, D Perry 72, T Stevens 76, J Kerrigan 77, R Hill 82, K Alexander 83, R McLean 83, P Hill 83, I Gawley 83, A Sherrah 84, W Crockett 94. GAWLER Wednesday - Ladies; Nikki Stuart snuck home on a c/b to beat Marion Bow with a square score in the par event. Second runner up was M Dunn with -2. NTPS; 4th- G Potter, 11th- M Bow. Gloria Potter nailed birdies on 4 and 14. Thursday; - Ye ol’ grandpa Heffernan managed to win Thursday’s stableford competition and probably a couple of free pies/pasties from his best mates at the Gawler South Bakery. He will be bragging about this one for weeks to come. Norm Orr was runner up with 41 points, followed by D Whitehill with 39. Ball winners; S Byrnes, J Maguire, K Morse, J Agar, N Nguyen, M Dawes, G Slade, E Richardson, I George, R Polito, J Williams, R Minett. NTPS: Elders 4th; J Baum, Elders 11th; B Pipe. Birdie balls; J Baum, P Robinson, J Wozniak, A Jeffery. Eagles: D Nguyen (7th). Mid Week end; 9/3. Good scores were few and far between in this week’s midweek competition. Steve Byrne had an easy win with a fantastic 42 points, followed by runner up J Viergever with 36. Ball winners; R Crockart (35). Birdies: B Kite and L Jeffery both had birdies on the 4th. Saturday; Great weather all week saw a great crowd turn up for Saturday’s competition as well. No excuses and it certainly didn’t show in C grade, apparently they all prefer the trickier conditions. Dave Birss one of the last groups in for the day managed to win the Tony O’Boyle -sponsored stableford competition with 43 points. Next best was P Robinson with 42, and the Baker brothers, Michael with 41 and Peter with 40. A grade; M Baker 41, C Boucher 41, P Baker 40. B grade; D Birss 43, P Robinson 42, A Whittaker 41. C grade; C Matcham 38, A Trout 36, D Gregory 36. Ladies; K Barr 36. NTPS and Long Drives - Uleybury Wines 2nd; M Dawes (an inch), St Kilda Hotel 3rd long drive, D Nguyen, Giannitto Hotel Group 4th; C Swinstead, Kingsford Hotel 6th; C Noack, Roseworthy Hotel 3rd shot 9th; R Polito (eagle), Fasta Pasta long drive 10th; T Pipicella, Hi Beam Car/Dog Wash 11th; P Robinson, Bushmans Hotel 14th; G Donaldson, Willaston Hotel 16th; C Atkinson. Ball winners; A Kopania, C Decelis, K Jarvis, K Morse, R Sawyer, R Malone, C Thornton, G Long, C Bartholomew, D Dempster, G Donaldson, G Scotland. Birdie balls; D McLeod, G Scotland, C Bartholomew, L Chiappetta, K Jarvis, B Dempster, R Clarke, A Kopania, A Whittaker, P Robinson, S Noack, M Dawes, J Williams, H Smits, M Yardley, G Barber, R Roy, C Swinstead, G Gray, K Korber, S Francas, W Chaplin, C Boucher. Eagle; Rocco Polito managed to eagle the 9th and take the NTP as well. Sunday; The NAGA G C were out in force today, but didn’t manage to put off Dung Nguyen who took the win

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SPORTS competitively from Wayne Chaplin, both with nett 72. Ball winners: Ball rundown was down to nett 74 and involved; L Chiappetta, P Turley, R Polito, R Malone. Birdies: D Nguyen, C Swinstead, R Polito, D Butler. NTPS: 4th: C Swinstead, 6th: D Nguyen. TANUNDA Saturday The Home Loan Centre stableford competition winner P Giersch 46. A grade P Stacey 39, r/u G Bell 38; B grade P Lithgow 37, r/u N O'Brien 35; C grade P Giersch 46, r/u D Hemsley 37; Ladies D Reichelt 34, r/u F Blackwell 33. Long drives: A grade M Patton; B grade G Kruger; C grade R Casey; Ladies F Blackwell. NTP 6th M Patton (Peter Lehmann); 8th S Ward (TPGB); 11th J Bell (Langmeil); 16th P Roberts (Rusden); 7th hole 2nd shot J Bell (Kalleske). Rundown: K Owen 37, S Rawlinson 36, J Phillips, P Roberts, T George, M Woodrow, S Ward, A Schumacher, S Berry, T Jenkins all 35. Sunday Proshop stableford competition: B Hage 38, D Newstead 37. Thursday Twilight stableford, 9 holes. Name Pts Score B Ronan 10 23 C Hongell 7 20 c/b M Woodrow 5 20 P Jeffries 4 19 BAROSSA Saturday Blue Course stableford competition winner K Dunstan 42. A grade K Winton 42, r/u C Berndt 39; B grade A Small 38, r/u I Walker 37; C grade K Dunstan 42, r/u P Pavlovich 40. Ball winners: L Collins 38, T Turnbull 38, A Tagg 37, N Sutherland (jnr) 37, D Jaensch, P Butler, D Batterbury, Z Fuller, M Schilling all 36, R Perry, B Griffiths, T Giles, D Johnson all 35, G MacGillivray, T Slavin, D Oats, L Williams, S Blackmore all 34. Ladies winner L Roberts 38. J Lythgoe, J Edwards, P Homburg all 37, M Fleer 35. NTP 3rd A Fulwood; 4th 2nd shot S Miller; 6th P Frazer; 10th 2nd shot S Miller; 12th N Sutherland (jnr); Chicken Nest M Schilling; 17th C Berndt. Long drives: A grade C Berndt; B grade S Miller; C grade P Pavlovich. Ladies novelty, 2nd shot on 17: P Homburg. MT PLEASANT Saturday par competition: A grade - L Claridge +1, R Elliot 1, N Wilson -2, G Hutchison -2, P Sando -3, D Higgins -3, C Noble -4, J Zerk -6; B grade - J James +6, M Swann +6, P Guy +1, S Tregenza +1, E Bishop -1, T Vine -1, J Richards 2, D McQueen -4. NTP 4th S Tregenza; 18th J James. Midweek stableford: A grade - N Wilson 38, R Searl 35, S McNeil 34; B grade - D Dowsett 35, E Bishop 34, B O'Neil 34. Ladies Beth Wright Summer Trophy stroke competition: F Henschke 68, K Franklin 71, L Stephens 74. NTP 18th D Watkins.

TENPIN BOWLING Barossa Bowland League results, points to date. Morning Stars: Bowled Out 32, Two Of Us 23, C D Players 21, Lucky Ducks 18, Dynamic Duo 14, Sparestrikers 12. Star bowler: Dianne Semmler 25 POA (pins over average). Valleyites: Tripod 83, WAFWOTEAM 76.5, Zodiac 62, Ten Pinners 60, W.M.D. 52, Valley Virgins 44.5, The Drifters 42.5. Star bowlers: Hannah Rossack 35 POA, David Roehr 34 POA. Grapevines: What Evers 28, Double Trouble 26, Strike Outs 24, Strikers 24, Pin Setters 20, Pin Magic 16, Pin Killers 14, Go Getters 10, Two Wonders 10, Pinheads 6. Star bowlers: David Leske 73 POA, Alison Munzberg 34 (POA). Have A Ball: Triple XXXX 34, Creepshow 32, Balls Of Fury 28, Old Farts 25, Gutter Trash 22, Aint No Turkey 18, Speed Demons 10, Here4dabeer 9. Star bowlers: Kyran Cotrell 55 POA, Shana Green 52 POA. Barossa Juniors: Annihilators 24, Pin Killers 22, The Triple M's 20, The Strikers 18, Pinheads 12, Little Devils 12. Star bowlers: Nick Lillie 37 POA, Dana Hyland 1 POA.

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Tennis coup By ROBERT LAIDLAW IN A major coup the national president and coach of the Australian Tennis Professional Coaches Association, Julio El Akl held a northern seminar on the weekend. It was the first held in South Australia. Stemming from an initiative of Northern Region Sports Academy (NRSA) tennis representatives Brian Menadue and Peter Vandeleur, Mr El Akl ‘coached the coaches’ in Elizabeth, with several young players from Trinity College attending. The seminar was a graduate level one coaching course of 11 components, with 12 participants, mostly young coaches who were looking to advance their credentials. “Peter (Vandeleur) did his

masters course with Julio 16 months ago, and it was through that contact an opportunity arose,” Mr Menadue said. “And through the NRSA it was a good match, because it was elite training for coaches, which reflects our goals. It’s an investment for the future of our clubs, particularly juniors.” After 55 years involvement in tennis, Mr Menadue said it was the most exciting opportunity presented locally for the sport in the northern area. Mr El Akl was born in Alexandria, Egypt and came to Australia as a child in the mid80s, developing a love for tennis. He played on the professional circuit before taking on coaching and director roles - in tennis and other sports - then becoming the national director of tennis in 2003.

Over the past decade, there have been more than 1200 coaches helped by the national body, with further seminars expected to be held in South Australia based on last weekend’s success. Two Trinity College students, Kayla Duncis and Brooke Schuit participated, and had different perspectives. Kayla, who is nursing an injured knee, saw the course as an opportunity to still be part of the sport, while Brooke was looking at increasing her knowledge of tennis. “I play senior division one tennis in Adelaide and juniors at Elizabeth, as well as coaching, so for me I’m hoping to arm myself with better information,” Brooke said. “While I see my future as a player, I also enjoy coaching, and this course can help both aspects of the sport for me.”

SEMINAR: At the tennis course were from left, Julio El Akl (national tennis coach), Trinity College students, Kayla Duncis and Brooke Schuit and Brian Menadue (NRSA member). Mr Menadue said existing young people who were assisting coaches can now earn formal qualifications, which will create professional avenues for them.

“The response from participants has been incredible, especially with their commitment, and we are already talking about future courses, ” he said.

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CUP: South Australia’s pony trot drivers formed a guard of honour at the presentation of the Gawler Gold Cup on Saturday night at Globe Derby Park. The winner was Ti Vogliobene and holding the rug from left, Gawler president Peter Bain, driver Jock Dunlop, Tony Piccolo, member for Light and Gawler committeemen Neville Chamings and Jeremy Seal. More photos on page 23 and

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