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COMMODORE John Setlhong who migrated from Botswana in Africa to Australia, says everyone has the right to belong. His comment reflects the continuing message highlighted during Harmony Day, celebrated each year on March 21. The day is a chance for all Australians to celebrate cultural diversity and work to eliminate racial discrimination. Mr Setlhong, who is affectionately known as ‘CJ’ and lives in Nuriootpa, said his choice to call Australia home in 2006 came after several visits starting in 1998. “My wife studied here. She is now a GP at the Angaston Medical Clinic,” he said. He travelled to Australia several times, including a year’s work placement, so he could be with Zibi. The couple were married in 2000 and have a 10-yearold daughter who attends Tanunda Lutheran School. Mr Setlhong (right) is quick to deflect any problems with discrimination in the Barossa against him or his family. “I think every nation has its discriminations as people want to protect their grounds,” he said. “I do feel like I belong and I think it’s important others feel this.” This year he took up a position with Nuriootpa High School as a maths teacher. “The reception from the teachers showed they embraced me as a person and teacher regardless of my colour and background,” he said. Mr Setlhong feels it’s important he shares his background with his students early on to establish a good relationship. He shared a slide show about his life’s humble beginnings to now as an encouragement to the students that one can change their life for the better and embrace globalisation. “I did grow up in a poor family and was brought up by my grandparents. In my early days, Botswana was underdeveloped and we didn’t have taps, we got water from the river. Things have changed now and Botswana is one of the fastest growing countries.” “While I stick to the maths curriculum I also think it’s important to bring humour and strong communication to a lesson to connect with the kids,” he said. This year’s theme of Harmony Day focuses on sport. Mr Setlhong said, “I no longer play sport. My schedule is pretty busy as I am currently studying a Master of Business, which takes up a lot of my time.” He did play softball and in 2001 competed against Australia in Botswana, but was heavily involved in the publicity and administration side of sport. Harmony Day began in 1999 and since then more than 25,000 events have been held. To learn more, visit harmony.gov.au. By Michelle O’Rielly
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The Herald again offers readers the chance to win great prizes with the region’s rich 2012 AFL tipping competition. The Herald’s top tipper will win a Samsung large flat screen television plus a Samsung Blu Ray surround sound home theatre system, total value of recommended retail price of $1999. This huge prize has be made possible through the support of Harvey Norman Munno Para. Second prize is $1000 and third prize is $500 - both thanks to Harvey World Travel, Nuriootpa. KBL Security, Nuriootpa Vine Inn and Barossa Betta Electrical are other key sponsors. Entries for week one need to be received by 5pm on Friday, March 23. The form for week one appears today on page 33. Drop off points will be listed in next Wednesday’s Herald and include the Herald office - Shop 1, 119 Murray Street, Tanunda. You can also post your entries to:
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Herald’s new manager CLAYTON Bester has been appointed the new manager/sales manager at the Herald. Living in Tanunda with his wife Etta, Clayton has been working at the Herald in the sales department for the past nine years, and has more than 20 years experience in the media industry. The Barossa is the perfect fit for Clayton, who has also since found out relatives on both sides of his family had been early settlers in the region. “It was only a few years ago that my uncle, in doing family history research, found that my great-greatgreat-grandfather settled here in this area in 1848,” Clayton said. “On my father’s side, my greatgreat grandfather settled just near Balaklava, so it is a bit like I have
come back home.” On the business front, Clayton was recognised with a national sales award by Fairfax Media in 2007/08 for his innovation and attitude in his sales role. Clayton said as the new manager of the Herald, he is focused on building its presence. “The future is print and online, it is finding a way to make that work for people of all ages,” he said. “The young kids today, especially the school children, the tablets and smart phones are what they will be using everyday.” Clayton said he highly values community input and welcomes feedback on what the paper is doing, either via a comment on the barossaherald.com.au website or through a Letter to the Editor.
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BIRD’S-EYE VIEW: This photo was sent in last week by John Bolton of Concordia. It was taken from 3000 feet while he was flying his microlight aricraft over the Barossa Valley on Saturday, March 10. The grey haze in the distance is smoke sweeping over the region from controlled burn-offs in Victoria. If you have a great or interesting photo you want to share, feel free to send it through to the Herald by visiting barossaherald.com.au and clicking on ‘Send Us a News Tip” on the homepage.
Owner of Nuriootpa Newagency Leah Mills (left) is among the line up of business owners and operators located in the Barossa Mall to support the Herald’s Easter colouring in competition. The competition is open to young ones keen to share their creative talents. From next week Leah and other businesses will have on hand the Easter image, which will also be available on the Herald website barossaherald.com.au. Leah is also pictured with delicious Easter gifts by Darrell Lea and soft toys now ready for purchase at the newsagency.
WITH Planning Minister John Rau assuring the public the new development plan amended (DPA) for the Barossa protection border will be introduced ‘very soon’, you can be sure that when anything happens, you will find out about it at barossaherald.com.au. The team at the Herald updates the website as the big news breaks, so if it is happening in the Barossa, Light or Gawler areas, you will find it there - soon after it has occured. This week’s sport gallery almost reached triple figures, with 99 photos uploaded from our weekend photographers with bowls, cricket, tennis and racing action. At some stage everyone is prone to a bout of ‘Mondayitis’, so if you are finding it hard to get motivated on a Monday afternoon and are looking for a freshen up, head to barossaherald.com.au and check out the photos from the weekend’s sport. Remember, the Herald is always in print and online.
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Archery club move HEINEMANN Park could become the new home of the Barossa Archery Club. Barossa Council staff and club members have inspected possible sites, with the preferred option being Heinemann Park, located behind Barossa Valley Brewing. The club is looking to move its base from Archery Road at Tanunda to another location so
it can improve its facilities and attract members. One of the main issues the club has at its current site is a lack of suitable toilet facilities, which would be addressed at Heinemann Park by using the existing public toilets. The club had previously named Bethany Reserve as its preferred location, but site works at Heinemann Park are expected to be only a fraction of those at the Bethany site. Barossa Council was to consider the matter yesterday, after the Herald’s deadline.
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BUSINESS PROFILE - TEXTURE & HUE
Salon continues to grow TEXTURE & Hue are about to celebrate their two-year anniversary and to top it off are thrilled to announce new hair stylist Chanelle Harrison is joining the team on April 10. Chanelle has nine years’ experience in the hairdressing industry, including working in the UK and has an eye for detail and is up-to-date with the latest trends. Chanelle will be working Tuesday, Wednesday til late and Thursday til late, welcoming new and existing clientele. The busy Tanunda salon is renowned for its’ fresh perspective on all aspects of hair, makeup and styling including the very popular brow bar and wedding services. Texture & Hue is a Redken exclusive salon and the head of the hair department, Krystal Marschall couldn't be happier with the constant flow of clientele, old and new, over the past two years. " I am very excited about the continued growth of the business,” Krystal said.
SPECIALISTS:The Texture & Hue team, from left, Sarah Craker, Chanelle Harrison and Krystal Marschall.
“And now with Chanelle coming on board, more people have the opportunity to experience what the salon has to offer." Krystal works Tuesday, Wednesday til late, Thursday til late and Friday for all hair services. Importantly, she reserves weekends for wedding styling. Sarah Craker is thrilled with the amount of people who come into the salon, not only for hair cuts and colours, but also who
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come and see her for brow correction. “It's so good to have so much going on,” Sarah said. “We are right in the middle of wedding season and it's great to be able to work with such a vast array of clients from brides to busy mums and working women - it's a lot of fun and we love what we do. “Over the winter months we will be offering more hair styling and make up masterclasses so we
are looking forward to sharing our skills on a whole other level with this exclusive service,” Sarah said. For salon enquiries please call Krystal and Sarah on 8563 1001. Chanelle will be working as an independent stylist so to book or enquire with her, please phone her directly on 0400 571 228. Follow Texture & Hue's Facebook page to keep updated with Masterclass dates to come.
Hard work pays off for Nella salt to her food, mixed her vegetables with cream, milk and butter.” Nella’s appetite for food hasn’t waned as Sally added, “She continues to eat red meat, makes short work of a block of chocolate and her chocolate sponge was simply the best.” Nowadays Nella enjoys a glass or two of soft drink and port, stout or beer. However Nella has always been considered a lady as her family said she has always been smartly dressed. Her natural talent for sewing was noted when she worked at Mattiske’s in Tanunda which during its time provided Nuriootpa High School with their brown tunics. While Nella’s husband, affectionately know as Ted, passed away in 1972, she continued to work hard while living in Tanunda and it was only five years ago Nella became a full-time resident at the homes. She remembers her 86th birthday, which included a hot air balloon ride and the pilot encouraging her to return when she turned 100. During her birthday celebrations, which included cake and champagne, Nella was surrounded by her family of Dianne and son in law Arnold, plus seven grandchildren, 12 great grandchildren and six great, great grandchildren.
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NELLA Helbig is not just a great grandmother; she is a great, great one. Besides heading a generation of five, her family says she has always been extra special. On March 12, the family joined at Tanunda Lutheran Homes to celebrate her 100th birthday. Nella said hard work enabled her to reach the milestone. “We would all dig the dunny hole, both the boys and girls had to do it,” she laughed. Weighing in at 13lb, Nella was the 10th child of Gustav and Alwine Droegemuller who lived at Mt McKenzie. In 1939 she married Theodor Helbig and had two children Neville, now deceased, and Dianne. Nella worked for several years at Seppeltsfield winery assisting former winemaker, now Tanunda pastor, David Gogoll. “I used to crack the eggs to make the advocaat and I used to pick grapes.” According to her daughter Dianne Sonntag and granddaughter Sally Bignell, Nella’s lived a life that kids of today wouldn’t comprehend. When she was 15 she was highlighted by her family as ‘queen of the flowers’ when she used her flowers to help raise about 70 pounds ( about $140) to assist the Mt McKenzie hall. Sally said, “She ate dripping sandwiches, cooked with and added
FIVE GIRL GENERATION: Nella Helbig, from Tanunda, is surrounded by her family (from left) granddaughter Sally Bignell, great great granddaughters Matilda Laidlaw and Charlotte Riebke, daughter Dianne Sonntag and great granddaughters Ashlee Bignell and Courtney Laidlaw.
Big game for ‘Ramsa’ NO MATTER where Matt Toward ends up on his rugby journey, he will always be able to remember where he came from. The 16-year-old Faith College student from Tanunda earned the nickname ‘Ramsa’ after wearing his Barossa Rams uniform to junior development training sessions as an under 12, and the name has stuck. On Saturday night, Matt is heading to Canberra with the South Australian under 17s Academy team, where he will play in the curtain raiser for the Brumbies versus Highlanders Super 15s rugby union game. While he has played as a prop and flanker, he is now more accustomed to the hooker position. Matt played at Melbourne’s AAMI Park in a similar curtain raiser in 2011 and knows what to expect. “You step into the big stadium and everything is going and you are pumped,” he said. “I have been training pretty hard for this, and to make my position, and to be able to run out there, so it is kind of a reward for hard work.
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“I guess it is just going to be another game, I will definitely be excited, have the nerves running though and the adrenaline pumping.” While rugby has not yet reached the heights of popularity it has in the eastern states of Australia, Matt said it is well on its way. “There is a position for everyone,” he said. “There is no specific body build or criteria to play rugby. As long as you give your best, have the heart for it and push yourself, it is going to pay off and you are going to love it. “You talk to any of the older players and they will tell you, it is the game played in heaven.” While he hopes to be picked up to play rugby professionally, he is maintaining a hectic schedule to keep up with both his sport and schooling. Training up to 14 times a week doesn’t leave much time in the day, but support from his family and teachers is helping him continue his schooling, with the aim of getting into Human Movement at university. Matt now plays for North East Districts, and is trying out for the Under 18 SA schoolboys team.
ON TARGET: Matt ‘Ramsa’ Toward has a few throws at Lyndoch Oval on Saturday.
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James waits on future By GRAHAM FISCHER TALENTED sportsman James Moss is in no hurry to decide his cricket future. Last week the former star Willaston junior footballer and Adelaide Crows rookie was named third in the inaugural ‘Search For A Cricket Superstar’ run on pay television channel Foxtel. Former Australian legend Alan Border told Moss he believed he had great potential. Moss said he had been flattered by Border’s comments but would take the winter
off before deciding his future. “It was a fantastic experience and included a trip to South Africa and a training session with the Australian team,” Moss said. “It was full-on but an experience I will never forget.” A hip disease caused a premature end to his football career but the 22-year-old, can still play cricket. From an initial group of 50, Moss stayed in the contest until the final night but was first eliminated from the three finalists. “I went into the competition
with no expectations and was delighted to get as far as I did but thought on the final night I would be the first to be dismissed. “I didn’t make many runs in my final hit which wouldn’t have helped but the winner, Ian “Dutchy’ Holland was good with both the bat and ball,” he said. Moss is currently working at the mines outside Broken Hill. His father Mick and uncle Robert are both coaching at the Freeling Football Club this season and he plans to watch a few games.
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Upgrades to Angaston site THE community is invited to celebrate upgrades to a popular historic site in Angaston. The Doddridge Blacksmith Shop, along Murray Street, has been revamped by way of interactive tourism enhancements. Now the community can support the changes by attending the launch on Friday, March 30 from 5.30pm. The cultural tourism enhancement project is supported by the Angaston and Penrice Historical Society and the Doddridge Blacksmith Shop volunteers. The evening includes a promotional video launch which
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Family cycling fun in Mt Torrens DO YOU enjoy riding your bicycle? Then be part of the Mt Torrens community family day of cycling hosted on Sunday, April 1 from 9.30am. Activities will be based at the Mt Torrens oval and includes a range of cycling activities for children and adults. Bicycle SA will hold one of its popular ‘Grand Slam Rides’ over 50 or 100km courses. Organisers, Mt Torrens Centenary Park, Community Association are optimistic over 300 riders will support the event. To participate, register with Bicycle SA by visiting bikesa.asn.au. The Adelaide Mountain Bike Club is organising a four hour ‘Enduro’ on a course on the nearby ‘Mount’ starting and finishing at the oval. Enquiries direct to the club. The SA Mountain Bike Association, which promotes mountain biking as a recreation, will hold a free come and try experience for older children and adults on a simple course starting at the oval. Bikes and helmets will be supplied. The public can register on the day. The Woodside based About Bike cycle shop will also hold a free mini skills and cycling education training program for children throughout the day starting at 9.30am. Bikes and helmets will be supplied or
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Comeback for stone train THE Penrice stone train will soon be up and running with the Gawler line set to reopen in the coming weeks. Test runs for the stone train services to and from Angaston are expected to start on Friday, March 23. Work on the revitalisation of the Gawler line has suspended the rail services between Mawson Lakes and Gawler Central since September last year.
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display the latest models and equipment and food stalls will keep you refreshed. Car parking is by gold coin donation and admission is free. Proceeds will benefit the Mt Torrens Centenary Park, Community Association and the Amy Gillett Foundation. The oval is located on Oval Road, Mt Torrens.
Farmer protection MEMBER for Schubert Ivan Venning has moved in Parliament for the formation of a select committee to investigate farmers’ right to farm. He says farmers need legislative protection to continue producing food. “Farmers’ rights must be protected to ensure their operations remain viable into the future,” he said.
Mr Venning said a celect committee could examine the issues impacting farmers’ rights and provide recommendations as to how those rights could be better protected “I am more than happy to listen to the Government’s proposals in order for this motion to succeed and a select committee to be set up,” he said.
have not dramatically decreased in Australia. Ambassadors are Olympic swim medallists Grant Hackett and Eamon Sullivan who agree every child should have the opportunity to learn about swimming and water safety. “We don’t want any kids in the Barossa to miss out on a water education,” Eamon said. “Swimming and water safety lessons should be accessible for all children,” he added. The Rex is one of 25 Belgravia Leisure facilities throughout Australia to donate 1000 free swim safety courses. Belgravia will work with schools and child disadvantage agencies to identify those children in need.
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A NATIONAL campaign aimed at providing swim safety courses for less fortunate children will be carried out at The Rex Barossa Aquatic Fitness centre in Tanunda. The initiative, Swim Kids Operation 10,000 campaign, is also supported by major food company Uncle Tobys and the Royal Life Saving Society Australia. They aim to raise funds to provide swim and survive courses for disadvantaged children. It also comes in response to an in depth drowning report by the Royal Life Saving Society Australia which showed that although there has been an increase in swim and safety activities since 2002, youth drowning rates
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• Mobile Production Animal Veterinary Service • Based at the University of Adelaide’s Roseworthy Campus • Providing veterinary care and preventative health services for production animals (dairy and beef cattle, sheep, goats, alpaca, pigs and poultry) • Covering Roseworthy, Gawler, Mallala, Barossa Valley and surrounding areas (approx 50 km radius from the Roseworthy Campus) • After hours emergency service available • For an appointment please phone 8313 1999.
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Wombat workshops Community workshops about the Southern hairy-nosed wombat are to be held in the region next week. The workshops provide up to date information on the latest wombat research, management policies and procedures. They will be held on Tuesday, March 27, at Cambrai Town Hall and on Thursday, March 29, at Eudunda Sporting Club between 5pm and 8pm. Workshops include a barbecue dinner, and attendees are asked to RSVP to Elisa on 8230 1321.
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understanding of the damage the interim DPA is causing. He said there were many examples of the interim DPA having a negative effect on local business. “I am aware of a local shed building company who has seen demand fall dramatically since the DPA because people do not want to go through the lengthy and costly non-complying development application process, just to have a shed constructed,” he said. “A planned million dollar expansion of a local company has been held up despite the application being for a
The Minister needs to realise the negative impact this DPA is having on the region and retract it immediately. And either revert back to the Council’s own DPA or declare a new DPA that doesn’t restrict appropriate development.” - Member for Schubert Ivan Venning development consistent with their existing use and most appropriate for the region. “I have also heard stories of prospective new business for the region being put off and walking away because the process for development applications to be assessed under the interim DPA is too lengthy and costly.” Mr Venning said there were also people who have been through “unnecessary angst and anxiety” to build a new home. “The Minister’s comments are wrong and demonstrate his complete and utter lack of
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THE debate continues to rage over the Barossa protection border development plan amendment (DPA) and its effect on Barossa businesses. In last week’s edition of the Herald, Planning Minister John Rau said it was unlikely the DPA has had a significant effect on businesses’ viability, compared to other factors. Mr Rau was responding to comments made the previous week by Member for Schubert Ivan Venning, who said the DPA was costing Barossa businesses. Mr Venning said the minister’s comments in the Herald show a lack of
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CHILDREN will benefit from a fundraiser involving a traditional Easter treat. The event will mean 51 SA Bakers Delight businesses, including one at Gawler, will bake over 45,000 hot cross buns to raise funds for the Women’s and Children’s Hospital Foundation. On Bundraiser Day, this Saturday March 24, the bakeries will donate $1 from every six-pack of hot cross buns sold to raise over $10,000. The money will be used to purchase a cardio - respiratory monitor for ward use.
This equipment is used for comprehensive monitoring of a child’s physiological parameters such as heart rhythm and blood pressure. According to Women and Children’s Hospital clinical services co-ordinator Katlyn Rowland, the system is essential to the recovery of children. “The monitor assists nursing and medical staff to see children’s heart rhythms and breathing patterns and will give the clinicians greater ability to monitor children’s heart conditions within the ward rather than have to move them to more intensive areas
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Bank complaint IT SEEMS St George Bank is not making enough profit. So they recently “moved numbers around on a page”. The result - they broke the contract with the Best In Cleaning Company (Sydneybased) that employed cleaners for the BankSA branches and hired a Victorian contractor who subcontracted to a firm which is now offering the cleaners less time and a lower hourly rate for the same amount of work. Shame on St George for throwing out the lowest paid workers, who are among the most needy and also the most reliable, to make more profit. I feel sad for what Australia has become: a nation based on greed, bullying and unfairness. Alice Shore Birdwood Cricket complaint SA cricket coach, Darren Berry is simply and completely wrong by saying that the continuous “embarrassig” (his word) performance of the Redbacks in the Sheffield Shield over many, many years, will be remedied by the recruitment of a couple of “high profile” players. The problem is the “culture” of the SACA. The self-perpetuation of likes to the management and the board of management, year
after year. Nothing ever changes. There is only one solution to the problem and that is a complete clean-out, starting at the very top and going the whole way down. It won’t happen, there is too much vested interest. Let’s face it, if SACA was a listed company with the track record they have, the president, the CEO and the bulk of the administration, would have been gone years ago. Rick Drewer Gawler East Wind farm complaint Once upon a time, in the beautiful land of Oz there was a very useless government that needed to make a lot of money. “How can we fleece the public without them knowing? - I know we can bring in a carbon tax and promote free clean energy. Let’s build these huge wind turbines on all the hills all over the countryside. “Won’t the country people object to having their peace, tranquillity, and the natural environment destroyed? What if their properties become devalued and they cannot sell them? “What if some of them get sick living next to them and what if they abandon their homes. “Oh we will just spend a
fortune on advertisements telling the city people how good they are, no-one will listen to country folk.” Hear ye, hear ye, hear ye, the birds are being sliced and diced the bats suffer barotrauma, resulting in pulmonary haemorrhage, hillsides are being flattened to make roads for massive trucks and cranes, watercourses are filled in and altered, aquifers can be depleted, people’s lives are destroyed by the “industrialisation” of their once beautiful rural landscapes and people are becoming sick and abandoning their homes for very little real gain as these structures can cost up to $3 million for just one enormous wind tower with all the infrastructure factored in, plus they still have to have substations built which can cost up to 10 times the amount of gas and SA has plenty of that. Would it not be cheaper for this government to cover every house and huge shed in rural SA in solar for free and not pay the home owners feed in tariffs? When the wind does not blow other forms of power have to provide back-up, they are uneconomic intermittent and do not create a net saving in Co2 emissions. Hear ye, hear ye, hear ye. Susan Kennedy Angaston
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CHURCH SERVICES SUNDAY, MARCH 25 LUTHERAN CHURCH PARISHES Angaston Parish: 8.45am, 10.30am HC; Penrice: 10.30am LR; Keyneton: 11am; Eden Valley: 9am HC. Bethany-Tabor Parish: Bethany: 8.30am T HC, 11am M HC; Tabor: 9.45am HC. Cambrai Parish: Cambrai: 5pm HC; Sedan: 11am P, informal at Sedan Park; Stonefield: 9.30am R. Eudunda Parish:Eudunda: 9am HC, 9.30am Kids Praise, H.A.N.D.S. visiting St John’s Congregation; Neales Flat: 10.30am HC. Freeling Parish: St Mark’s, Freeling: 8.45am; Trinity, Rosedale: 10.45am; Wheatfields: 2pm. Gawler: Zion, Pr Geoff Havelberg, Ph 8523 1929. 22B Cowan St, Gawler. 8.45am Trad W, 10.45am Cont W HC. Gawler Immanuel: Cnr Second & Seventh Sts, Gawler.Ph: 8522 6000.Sunday 8.45am, 10.45am. 1st Sunday of month 9.30am. Share-a-meal every 1st & 3rd Wed 11.45am. Greenock: Nain: 9am HC; Greenock: 9am LR, 9.45am JAM; Gnadenfrei: 10.30am HC + ChATS, 7.30pm Lent Service. Kapunda Parish: Kapunda: 9am Pr; Bethel: 10.30am HC; Allen’s Creek: No Service. 7pm Youth Service at Balaklava. Langmeil Parish: 8.45am Trad; 10.30am Cont HC Light Pass Immanuel Parish: 10am Parish Service at Redeemer Lutheran School, Nuriootpa. Light Pass Strait Gate: Light Pass: 10.30am B; Gruenberg/Truro: 9am B Combined at Gruenberg. Lyndoch Parish: Lyndoch: 10.30am Family Service; Rowland Flat: 9am W. Nuriootpa: St Petri: 8.30am W, Pr A Kitson, 10.30am HC, Pr A Kitson; Holy Trinity: 8.30am Trad HC; Ebenezer: 10am LR; Neukirch: 10am HC. Robertstown Parish: Robertstown: 8.30am Pr; Point Pass: 10.30am Pr. St John’s Parish: St J: 10.30am; Sch: 9am HC. www.barossaherald.com.au
St Paul’s Parish: St P: 10.30am T HC; Gdb: 8.45am T 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 SdK; Nuriootpa: 8.30am HC SdK; Tanunda: 10am HC MM; Lyndoch: 4pm Sung Evensong & Refreshments; Williamstown: 10am HC PB. Kapunda Anglican Parish:Christ Church, Kapunda: 9.15am HC; St Mary’s, Point Pass: 11.15am HC. Mt Pleasant: 1st Sunday 8.30am, all other Sundays 9am. Enquiries to Hazel Wilton, Warden on 8568 2042. UNITING CHURCH Barossa Congregations: Nuriootpa: 9am Mickan; Tanunda: 11am Mickan; Angaston: 11am Smith; Truro: 9am Smith. Gawler Parish: Gawler: 9.30am Edwards, 5pm McClymont; Sandy Creek: 9.30am Taplin; Williamstown 10am Graetz. Kersbrook: 10am. Enquiries: 8389 3114. Light Parish: Kapunda: 9.15am Mr P Webb; Eudunda: 9.30am Rev R Carter. 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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Rural reassurance The Rural Doctors Association of South Australia would like to reassure patients that if they present, and are admitted, to a Country Health SA hospital then all costs will be covered by the health service, unless they elect to be a private inpatient. This is no different to a metropolitan hospital. Some of our patients may have concerns about this issue and the cost of presenting to a rural emergency department following recent publicity about patient charging at hospitals in rural South Australia. Much was made of claims that rural patients may be charged “anything from $150 to more than $200” when presenting to a rural emergency department. Most Country Health SA Local Health Network hospitals use local doctors to provide emergency and after hours services. The fee set for non-admitted patients is at the discretion of the local doctor, however RDASA understands that, in many locations, patients are being bulk billed and in others there are varying “gap” payments of $30 to $50. There is only a small minority of patients being charged a higher gap. The suggested payment of $150 to $200 does not take into account the Medicare rebate payable to patients of up to $147. South Australia is unique in that we have many small country towns, most of which are not large enough to enable salaried doctors to provide services. With a few exceptions in the Iron Triangle and Mount Gambier, local rural doctors provide rural hospitals
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BAROSSA WEEKLY REPORT Arrests • A Wasleys woman in her 40s was arrested on March 13 by the Freeling Police for causing environmental nuisance, refusing to obey direction and resisting arrest. • An Oakden man in his 40s was arrested on March 13 by the Nuriootpa Police in Tanunda for aggravated assault. • An Elizabeth Park man in his 20s was arrested on March 14 by the Nuriootpa Police for stalking, assault, property damage and theft. Reports • A 16-year-old Cockatoo Valley male was reported on March 14 by the Williamstown Police for assault. • A Para Hills man in his 20s was reported on March 18 by the Barossa Highway Patrol for exceeding the speed limit of 137km in a 110km zone, and driving while disqualified and unregistered. Theft • A Toyota Land Cruiser was stolen from a Williamstown address between March 16 and 17 and was later recovered in Inglewood with the keys still in the vehicle.
• Cash and keys were stolen from a business on Main North Road, Evanston, between March 17 and 18. Property Damage • Four businesses on Main North Road, Evanston, were targeted with black and pink texta, between March 10 and 14 Thefts • Spotlights were stolen from a vehicle parked on Walker Place, Gawler on March 13. • A purse and phone were stolen from a Gawler hotel on March 17. • Two men entered a store at Evanston Park and stole drinks on March 16. • Groceries valued at about $300 were stolen from a Gawler supermarket on March 10. Two people were later reported for the offence Illegal Interference On the 19 March 2012 on Fifth Street, Gawler An offender was seen rummaging through a vehicle, which was parked in a driveway at Fifth Street, Gawler, on March 19.
Barossa Highway Patrols for PCA with a reading 0.107 and contrary to his provisional licence. The vehicle was impounded for 28 days. • Barossa Highway Patrols reported a company on March 18 for two counts of heavy vehicle severe risk breach. •A 54-year-old Gawler East man was reported on March 18 by the Gawler Police for PCA with a reading of 0.185. A licence disqualification of 12 months was given and the vehicle was impounded for 28 days. Serious Criminal Trespass • A TV was stolen after offenders gained entry to a shed on East Terrace, Gawler East, between March 12 and 13. • Two offenders have been arrested after property, including tools from a shed, were stolen from King Street, Gawler, between March 14 and 15. • A gaming console was stolen from bedroom at Myall Street, Gawler East on March 14.
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MEMBERS of the Barossa Branch of the Make A Wish Foundation urge the public to support their unique fundraiser. Shear Wishes, which begins on Saturday, March 24, will see shearer Mark Steinborner shear 300 sheep over 24 hours at Eudunda oval. With 25 years of industry experience under his belt, Mark, 43 from Neales Flat, took up the challenge to raise money to support wishes of children living with life threatening medical conditions. Mark will shear from 10am on the Saturday to 10am on the Sunday. The event also doubles as a family fun day and will now involve Freeling based kelpie Dunstan who featured in the Australian movie Red Dog. Shear Wishes will also feature musical entertainment, children’s activities, a variety of stalls, competitions, catering, merchandise and much more. For more information about the event or to become involved as a sponsor, contact Rachael Dittrich on 0447 640 272 or Natalie Scholz on 0419 837 519.
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Rare opportunity Crawleys is a well-located property with a history of reliable returns. See Domain P3. SATURDAY 17TH MARCH
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IMMACULATE: The four-bedroom Lyndoch house, built in 2003, which is on 996 square metres, with wonderful views.
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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.
THIS fabulous 2003-built Lyndoch home is set on 996 square metres. It has the most majestic views you could imagine. The house offers a master bedroom with a bay window, ensuite, walk-in robe and ceiling fan. Bedrooms two, three and four have built-ins with
mirrored doors and ceiling fans. There is a formal entry, stunning formal dining and lounge with vaulted ceilings, open-plan family, meals and kitchen with a central servery/breakfast bar, the main bathroom has tiles from floor to ceiling. Temperature control is by
large split-system heating and cooling and a 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. There is a superb saltwater pool, manicured gardens, a
large shed, double carport under the main roof, and 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. Priced at $445,000, call Kies Real Estate on 8523 3777 to arrange an inspection or for more information.
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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
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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
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
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FANTASTIC FIRST HOME WITH BREATHTAKING VIEWS. Set in a quiet family friendly street this is the ideal home for the first home buyer. Incl.3 bdrms, bthrm and sep. toilet, airy open plan living, kitchen/dining area ,separate family room with combustion heater and lockup garaging. The lovely wide pattern paved verandah in the front overlooking vineyards and Barossa Ranges is the perfect spot to relax on those balmy summers` night. Elle Moreton 0488 996 566
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SECURE LIVING IN PICTURE PERFECT POSITION. 4 Bdrm, 2 Bthrms, 2 Car. When wanting a great place to raise a family at an affordable price, this home is definitely what you are after. Comprising a master with ensuite and walk in robe, three way bathroom centrally located to Bedrooms 2, 3 and 4. Separate lounge room, good size open plan kitchen, family, dining. Ducted Evap cooling, gas and slow comb. Heating and an alarm system to keep your new home secure. Elle Moreton 0488 996 566
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
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104 MURRAY ST, TANUNDA
Real Estate Liftout PROPERTY OF THE WEEK
FARM: The well-located Crawleys property, about 10km south of Kapunda.
Outstanding opportunity HAMBOURS Real Estate is privileged to sell a parcel of land in a tightly-held area of good country in Freeling. Agent David Mosley said this was a rare opportunity to purchase land that had been held by the same family for more than 50 years. “Crawleys is a well-located property with a history of reliable returns,” David said. “The offering of Crawleys, north and south, presents an outstanding opportunity for farm build in a highly-regarded agricultural area renowed for reliably producing high-yield crops. “It is an easily managed parcel of land 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,” he said. Crawleys is 40.5 hectares, or 100 acres, of undulating red brown clay soils.
HISTORICAL: The former headmaster’s residence in Lyndoch with development potential. AS RARE as hen’s teeth. Here in Lyndoch is a half-acre allotment with over 100 metres of road frontage. Currently on two titles the property has a circa 1890 stone cottage, which was originally the headmaster’s residence for the Lyndoch public school opened in 1879. The potential of this superb
opportunity is obvious, to renovate the cottage and subdivide the remaining land, subject to council consent. With three bedrooms, a formal lounge, kitchen/dine and large cellar the property is deserving of restoration and would certainly reap rewards for its lucky new owner, together with the development of the
remaining land. It is within walking distance to all of Lyndoch’s amenities - local schools, shops, restaurants and wineries. A project worthy of the investment, inspection is by appointment call to arrange a time to suit. Priced at $399,950 call Kies Real Estate on 8523 3777.
At a glance... Where: Freeling. Features: History of reliable returns.
R E A L E S TAT E
Open: By appointment. Price: Expression of interest.
PEEP HILL - EUDUNDA
Agent: Hambours Real Estate. Contact: David Mosley on 8566 2209 or 0414 917 474.
The property is well located being about 10kms south of Kapunda, just off the Thiele Highway. There are two main paddocks with cyclone fencing but the middle fence can easily be removed to create one paddock. Water is supplied by mains water and the property is located in a 450-500mm rainfall area. Expressions of interest for Crawleys close at 4pm on Friday, March 30.
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.
STATION MASTER’S HOUSE. Opportunity for self sufficiency on flat manageable 2 acre well fenced block.Well maintained 3 bedroom home features lounge with built in combustion heater, kitchen with original wood stove and cellar, fully enclosed rear verandah and ample shedding.Looking for a country escape fully established and well cared for, check this one out! Contact David now! RLA 150685
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.
Colonial Style Cottage. Ideal country spot to bring up a family or simply a getaway - this tranquil spot ticks all the boxes. 3 brm home on approx. 5 acres meticulously maintained with extensive use of natural timbers, slate & timber flrs, o/p kitchen/dining area, mod kitchen & comb heat. Ample shedding, estab gdns, fenced into 4 paddocks. RLA 150685. Asking $299,000
No.3; UNDER CONTRACT. Asking $169,000 for No.7
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Affordable family living in picturesque position A FOUR-bedroom family house at such an affordable price may be just what you have been looking for. Located in a picture perfect position in Nuriootpa with a tree studded reserve at the rear and a lovely quaint creek setting at the front, it also offers a fantastic neighbourhood with a great community atmosphere. Coulthard Estate is just a short walk to the linear park and community oval and only minutes by car to Nuriootpa’s schools and shops. The master bedroom has an ensuite and walk-in robe and the bay window makes it a wonderful size. The three-way bathroom is centrally located to bedrooms two, three and four. At the front of the home is a separate lounge room, a perfect space to relax and unwind. The open-plan kitchen, family and dining area is a great size with
ABOVE: The four-bedroom Nuriootpa house in a picture perfect location. BELOW: The good-sized open-plan kitchen, dining and living area of the house.
plenty of space for the family to gather. As well as a walk-in pantry the kitchen offers plenty of bench and cupboard space, a gas cooktop and breakfast bar. The double length carport is a versatile area for vehicles or as an all-weather entertaining and party space. There is access through to a double garage at the rear which has a cement floor and power so could be a great workshop and storage area. Rainwater tanks are plumbed into the home giving you the options of either mains or rainwater throughout. Ducted evaporative cooling provides summer comfort while a combustion heater in the family / dining area and gas heater in the lounge room keep the home cosy during the winter months. This is a property that has everything going for it and is certainly a worthy choice for your family home.
At a glance... Where: 6 Prider Street, Nuriootpa. Price: $315,000-$330,000. Open: Sunday, March 25. Time: 1.30pm-2pm. Agent: Barossa Real Estate. RLA:1997. Contact: Elle Moreton on 0488 996 566 or 8563 3511.
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So close to town EVERYTHING is so close at this property in Eudunda. It is only a few minutes’ walk to the main street shopping, the hospital, schools, gallery, museum and hotel. The solid-double-brick, high-ceiling house consists of three large bedrooms with quality carpet. Large and upgraded is the lovely timber kitchen with a walk-in pantry and plenty of cupboard space. The lounge room has a combustion heater while other features are a spacious sunroom, wide hallway, nicely-tiled modern bathroom with bathtub, shower cubicle and vanity, separate large toilet with hand basin and wide doorway suitable for wheelchair access. Cooling is by ducted evaporative air conditioning. Outside features include a paved outdoor area, shadehouse, double garage plus single garage with roller door, concrete floor and power, rainwater tank plumbed to the house, chook shed and storage shed, vegie patch, good gutters and tiled roof. A cute picket fence welcomes you to the property while there is double gate access to the backyard plus easycare gardens. The house is perfect for a family or handyman with all the shed space. Retirees you don’t need a car, this property is central to all facilities. The price range for this outstanding home is $200,000 to $210,000. Give agent Julie Toth a call for more information.
At a glance... Where: 9 Kapunda Street, Eudunda. Features: Corner block. Price: $200,000 to $210,000. Open: By appointment. Agent: Julie Toth Real Estate. RLA:198199. Contact: Julie Toth on 0418 853 134 or 8562 4650.
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Quality Built Family Home Price Guide: $239,500 Offers invited GREAT INVESTMENT BRAND NEW HOME MODERN STYLISH LIVING 3 brms, ensuite, walk-in robe, formal lounge, Brand new 3 Brms with carpet, master with Dble brick, 3 brm home, lrg lounge with French doors, family/games room, large modern kitchen, ensuite & walk-in robe, spacious kitchen kitchen with elec stove & pantry, polished flr brds double garage, quiet location, low maintenance. with dw, open plan living with timber floors. t/out, htg & cooling, dble gge. 697m2 allot (approx)
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Family home on spacious block of 2174 sq metres Spacious living area ,functional kitchen with casual eating area Large main bedroom with BIR & ensuite, two additional bedrooms Air conditioned and combustion heating Garage/workshop (8m x 6m), concrete floor & power
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Lot 8 Sedan - Angaston Road 1390m2 BLOCK – GREAT VALUE Large flat land with no encumbrances put on this property by the council with over 30m frontage and over 45m in depth you could dream up your own design (STCC.) Water and power available.
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9 Kapunda Street WOW SO CLOSE TO TOWN! BEAUTIFULLY RESTORED 1910 VILLA TWO LARGE BLOCKS Two titles, lovely upgraded 4 brm stone home on 12 ft ceilings, picture rails in every room. 3-4 1930 Villa in a good condition, 3 brms, 1 title 1012m2 & established garden on the other brms, 2 living areas, country kitchen, new bthrm lovely upgraded kitchen, sunroom, ducted 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. Call for your free market appraisal
8562 4650 0418 853 134
LARGE FAMILY HOME QUIET TREE LINED STREET THE CORRUGATED IRON COTTAGE Dble brick 3 brm home on a 780m2 cnr block. Large 4 brms, 2 bathrooms, study, lounge, family room, open 3 brm cottage, polished timber floors throughout, lounge, kitchen with pantry, heating & cooling. Dble plan kitchen, air cond, double garage, entertaining kitchen with dw, lounge with heating & cooling, timber area, large shed, room for boat & caravan. gge, estab rear garden with fruit trees & more. deck with views, few minutes’ walk to all amenities.
Vendors say “We’ve moved, property must be sold” Web ID: 109741706 Open Inspection: Sun 12-12.45pm
Attractive modern family home on 18 acres with quality improvements 4 brms with ensuite to master brm & BIR’s in all brms. Lge paved u/c entertaining area overlooking the rural vista. Good shedding & low maintenance gdns. Well fenced, ideal for horses or other stock. Elevated position providing fantastic rural views to enjoy the country lifestyle. Peaceful, private loc mins to Kapunda and just 20 mins drive to Gawler.
AUCTION on site 11am Thursday 29th March (INSP) Daniel Schell 0415 436 379 or Geoff Schell 0418 842 421
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Big on outdoor living COMPACT and cleverly planned, this modern Nuriootpa cottage (pictured left) offers a great balance of indoor and outdoor living. A house where the huge gabled and paved verandah is a natural extension to the interior living space. A layout that will encourage you to celebrate life much more often and see you enjoying dining, barbecues and taking more time out to relax as a part of your everyday lifestyle. This property is ideal for the downsizer and great for smaller families, with plenty of space for pottering in the garden and oodles of room for those who love to play. With a single carport under the home’s main roof and the property’s front gate allowing good access to the rear there’s scope for the storage of multiple vehicles. The property also boasts a nice large Colorbond shed in the back corner and there’s potential to add extra to suit a caravan and the handyman, subject to council consent. The living space of the home is divided into two good zones, positioned either side of the central galley-style kitchen. The front living space encompasses both lounge and dining areas and to the other side of the central kitchen, the casual living zone serves everyday life perfectly,
ENTERTAIN: The huge gabled and paved verandah area. connecting with the outdoors through sliding glass. A large bench area creates a gathering point for friends and family around the kitchen hub. The home further comprises three bedrooms, all with ceiling fans, a lovely heritage-style bathroom with tessellated tiling and a spacious laundry with room to add built-in storage and extra refrigeration. A reverse-cycle split-system air conditioner provides seasonal comfort economically. This property has a big heart and converts easily from a comfortable compact package that suits your own small family unit to “big” when you need it to accommodate guests coming over to enjoy those good times. With its wide street frontage, there’s plenty of room for
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parking out front when friends and family gather. This property will be presented for sale by auction on April 5, 2012 at 11am on site. Terms 10 per cent deposit at the fall of the hammer, settlement 30 days.
At a glance... Where: 13 Falkenberg Road, Nuriootpa. Feature: Balance of indoor and outdoor living. Price: Auction, Thursday, April 5. Open: Saturday, March 24. Time: 1.45pm to 2.15pm. Agent: Homburg Real Estate 8563 2599 RLA219152. Contact: David Braunack 0418 841 349.
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This beautiful tree studded allotment offers over an acre of tranquillity with stunning views. The 2 storey residence comprises of 3 large bedrooms upstairs, 2 with balconies, and a main bathroom. Downstairs there is a huge open living area overlooked by the amazing timber kitchen, superb appliances and slate flooring, large laundry and 2nd toilet facilities. The enclosed verandah is a 2nd entertaining area with spa. Park-like grounds, fully established and easily maintained. There is also a 40x30x15 shed/workshop and another 20x20 lined shed/children’s retreat. No expense has been spared. Inspection is a must - A great find nestled in the heart of the Barossa.
This stunning 3.6ac property offers country atmosphere & tranquillity at its best, with a scenic driveway entrance to idyllic gdns surrounding the quality built solid brick home. This stunning home offers 3 good size brms, lnge, dining, new Tasmanian Oak kitchen, bthrm & 2 separate toilets, slow comb heating, r/c ducted heating & cooling, satellite dish for internet, lge 25x30m shed with 9” clearance, cement floor & pwr, sgl c/pt & dbl gge, 4x3m cellar, BBQ area, numerous est fruit trees & grape vines, bore, 45000L rainwater tank, plenty of other shedding, stables with yard, large paddock as well as rear entry off a private access road to the property. This property is not only fully estab and ready to go - it is a testament to the owners. The property offers ample opportunities to expand and make your own or simply just move in - with a location like this the opportunities are endless.
Opportunity knocks with potential plus! With over a 30m frontage this half acre allotment offers a whole array of possibilities. Together with a 1910 original cottage, which although requiring considerable work, has been partially restored. As a project this property would certainly reap rewards for anyone willing to put in the hard yards. Invest and prosper with this wonderful package.
This quality Homestead built home situated on a 1372m2 allotment offers large formal entry, formal lounge and dining with bay window, master bedroom with built-in robe, large ensuite with spa and double shower, bedrooms 2, 3 and 4 are extra large and have built-in robes and ceiling fans, all bedrooms also have Austar connected. 3-way bathroom and generous size laundry. Open plan kitchen, dining and family room leading through to the games room which has glass doors leading out onto the salt water solar heated pool. 3 car garage under the main roof, approx 32,000L rainwater storage, two 3phs reverse cycle split system air-conditioners, large entertainment area complete with bar and wood fire pizza oven, large lawn area and side access for trailers/caravans with a high clearance lean-to off the shed.
Set on over 5 acres this stunning circa 1890 cottage offers 360° panoramic views, offering 3 bedrooms, master with open fire place, family/ dining & formal lounge, country style Oak kitchen and stylish bthrm with spa, slow combustion heating & r/cycle air-conditioning. The separate guest house features open plan living, master brm, kitchen, lounge/dining & bathroom. The property has 4 paddocks, some with horse shelters, 9.3x10.3 shed with workshop, large aviaries, kangaroo enclosure, shared bore, 55000L approx rainwater storage and stunning cottage gardens. All this situated approximately 10km out of Kapunda.
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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.
Set on over a quarter of an acre (1104m2) this much loved family home offers 3 bedrooms, main with walk-in robe and bedrooms 2 and 3 with built-in robes, open living family, dining and kitchen together with a large formal lounge. The home is serviced by a 3.5hp split system and also slow combustion heating. Outside, the property boasts unbroken views over the Barossa Ranges and beautifully established gardens just perfect for entertaining. Also with a 20x20 shed with cement floor and power, double carport, rear access and 6500L of rainwater storage fed to the laundry and kitchen. A lovely property offering privacy and seclusion yet walking distance to all of Lyndoch’s amenities. A “must inspect” for anyone looking in the Barossa, convenience and tranquillity found. # 5020 RLA 61382
As rare as hens teeth! A half acre allotment with over 100 metres of road frontage. Currently on two titles with a circa 1890 Stone Cottage, originally the Headmasters residence for the Lyndoch Public School - opened in 1879. The potential of this superb opportunity is obvious, to renovate the Cottage and sub-divide the remaining land (subject to Council consent). With 3 bedrooms, formal lounge, kitchen/dine and large cellar the property is deserving of restoration and would certainly reap rewards for its lucky new owner, together with the development of the remaining land. Within walking distance to all of Lyndoch's amenities - local schools, shops, restaurants and wineries. A project worthy of the investment, inspection by appointment call to arrange a time to suit.
Constructed by Galaxy Homes in 2002 this spacious 4 brm home has all the extras that you would expect in a build of this calibre. Main bedroom features WIR & ensuite with dbl vanity & spa. With BIRs throughout the other brms all dbls with the 2nd being as large as the main. Boasting sunken formal lnge/formal dining & a huge family with meals area off the kitchen this home delivers quality and quantity with 30 squares of luxurious living, high ceilings throughout, Actron reverse cycle ducted heating and air-conditioning. Together with great outdoor entertaining accessed via French doors from the family area all set on a large 760m2 allotment, which although large is easy to maintain. Barossa bound? This property is a “must see” - call today to arrange a private inspection to suit you. # 5018 RLA 61382
Looking for the WOW factor? This property definitely has it. Set on a large corner allotment (842m2) this beautiful home offers 4 bedrooms, main with ensuite and walk-in robe, remaining 3 brms all with matching built-in robes, formal lounge, open kitchen/family/dine combined plus games room. With superb fittings throughout the home oozes quality. 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. Together with full length pergola, 20x20 shed/workshop, rainwater storage and side access. This wonderful home is sure to tick all the boxes without doubt a “Dream Property”.
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Oakbank action RACING at East means Oakbank with the famous twoday carnival. Last Saturday, the Oakbank Racing Club held a preview
meeting with nine races including a steeplechase and a hurdle event. There were no casualties and the day was a huge success
especially for Kildaton Park trainer Tony McEvoy who prepared four winners Pelicano, Prince of Capers, Raki and Horatius.
LEFT: The favourite Tigeriffic (at right), had a near crash during the ACG Prelude Hurdle at Oakbank. Fortunately he regained his balance and went on to win the race. BELOW: Jockey Matthew Neilson, who rode four winners, after scoring his first win on Pelicano.
ABOVE: Victorian visitor Preside rears in the air and misses the start at Oakbank on Saturday in the Makita Handicap. The winner, Pelicano, is on his inside with jockey Matthew Neilson wearing an orange cap.
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IF YOU’RE looking for an early Mother’s Day gift then why not purchase a ticket to Aladdin Junior. The Disney-based musical is being presented by Faith Lutheran College and will be performed by the students from May 2 to May 5 at the Barossa Arts and Convention Centre, Tanunda. Aladdin is the story of a young man, described as a street rat, who captures the
heart of a beautiful princess with a little help from a magical genie. Faith Lutheran College will spread that magic during their own version of the tale with audiences guaranteed to recall all the wonderful songs from the classical Disney version. The show involves rollicking adventure, plenty of laughter, romance and danger. Aladdin Junior is a timeless
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SK8 the Nite away ATTENTION Barossa’s young people. There’s an event being organised in your honour. It’s a night of skateboard action hosted for those aged 13-24 at Nuriootpa on Friday, April 13 from 7pm to 11pm. SK8 Nite falls as part of Youth Week and is supported by The Barossa Council and the Barossa Youth Advisory Committee. The Nuriootpa Skate Park will be lit up with floodlights and the nearby grounds will include food, drinks and live music from a local band and a local DJ. There will be giveaways and the Inner North Country Health Youth Team and booze goggles have been made available. Call Kirsty for more details on 8563 8444.
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The heart of the dedicated LPG Commodore is its 3.6-litre, double overhead cam V6 engine with four valves per-cylinder. This advanced engine has been specifically developed to run on LPG, therefore allowing extensive design optimisation in several key areas. LPG Commodore Omega sedan emits just 189g/CO2 per kilometre - the lowest figure of any locally-built six-cylinder sedan and cements the LPG Commodore’s position as a fantastic option for private customers and fleets alike. The sophisticated dedicated LPG system ensures the entire LPG Commodore range is awarded an outstanding 4.5 out 5 score in the Green Vehicle Guide. LPG Commodore’s environmental credentials are further bolstered by exceeding stringent Beyond Euro 6 exhaust emissions standards across the range. Yet the low fuel running costs and reduced environmental impact of the LPG Commodore doesn’t come at the cost of practicality. For more information drop in and see the team at Steinborners.
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practical licence tests in the 2010-11 period in the UK, women accounted for nearly 57 per cent of them, with 941,962 caught making mistakes during their driving tests, while 718,244 men did something wrong during their on-road exam. When it comes to parking, 40,863 females were caught out due to “lack of control” when attempting to reverse park, while the male figure was 18,798.
WOMEN really do have trouble parking, according to a UK report that collated results from driving tests. A report says the UK’s Department for Transportation’s Driving Standards Agency found that females are more likely to fail a driving test than males because they tend to have issues reverse parking. Of the 1,660,206 “serious” errors during
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provides even more opportunity for Navara to dominate in the growing Australian PU vehicle segment,” he said. Nissan’s popular Y61 series Patrol Wagon Patrol continues its legendary status for 2012 with a number of significant technical and safety upgrades now incorporated. Vehicle safety has been enhanced with the fitting of Vehicle Dynamic Control (VDC) on all series 8 Patrol Wagons. The system can be de-activated via a console switch for specific conditions, for example deep sand.
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HOT on the heels of the expanded 2012 Navara D40 range, Nissan will introduce a new 2WD ST Dual Cab Diesel model as well as specification upgrades across the entry-level Navara RX range. The arrival of the 2WD ST Dual Cab from early April will further enhance Nissan’s penetration of the 2WD Dual Cab Diesel segment, which has been growing three per cent year-onyear. Built in Spain, the 2WD ST Dual Cab Series 6 Navara will have more power, torque, comfort, convenience and style than the 2WD RX model. With its 2.5 litre YDk3 turbo diesel producing 120kW/403Nm, it gains 14kW and 47Nm over the 2WD Dual Cab RX Diesel, yet it delivers significantly reduced fuel consumption of 8.3l/100km MT compared with the RX MT model’s 9.1l/100km MT. Upgraded standard equipment over the RX model includes 17inch alloy wheels (versus 16-inch steel), rear child restraint anchorages, six airbags (front, side and curtain), dual zone climate control air conditioning, 60/40 split fold rear seats and side steps. This is in addition to the 2WD Navara’s existing high specification, which includes remote central locking, power windows, cruise control and a
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Priors set the standard PRIOR'S Automotive Pty Ltd is a family owned and operated business, located at 19 Adelaide Road, Kapunda. Prior's Automotive provide a huge range of automotive services to the Barossa Valley, Kapunda, Tarlee, Riverton, Saddleworth, Marrabel and Eudunda areas. The company prides itself that when you take your car to them you will receive the same superior, friendly service and similar knowledge and technology you would expect from a dealership. Priors are able to service all new vehicles under new car warranty. They service and stamp the book as per manufacturer's specifications with no warranty worries and use premium approved parts, fluids and oils. Prior’s Automotive have two fully qualified technicians and an apprentice within their workshop. and also send the technicians to various courses including Auto Tech, Coda, IAME State Training, to ensure they are up to date with the latest technology. The training ensures the mechanic who works on your vehicle is current with all the latest computerised diagnostic equipment and repair methods available. In the reception area Priors have awardwinning staff, who will help you with all service bookings and spare parts needs. The parts shop is equipped with frequently used parts, and if they don't have it, can definitely get it. “We are happy to be associated with
such automotive groups as MTA, IAME, Capricorn and Choice of Repairer,” owner Grant Prior said. “These organisations help us to keep our business operating in a way that our customers have peace of mind that we are fullfilling their every wish with their vehicle. We are also proud to be a MTA approved repairer.” Prior's Automotive Pty Ltd specialise in all mechanical needs for your car, 4WD, trailer and caravan and offer a huge range of automotive maintenance and repair services including: • New car servicing • Log book servicing • Fleet servicing • Diagnostics • Electronic engine management • Electronic tune ups • Engine and cylinder head repairs • Clutch repairs • Exhausts • Tyres - balancing rotates • Wheel alignment, puncture repairs • Suspension and shockers, repairs and upgrades • Transmission servicing • LPG conversions • Roadworthy testing • Radiator and cooling system overhaul • Towbar fitting • Trailer servicing and repairs • Caravan brake and wheel bearing servicing, light and suspension repairs • Brake inspection and repairs • Electronic fuel injections
TRUSTED: The team at Prior’s Automotive Services. Back row from left, Josh Zbierski, Grant Prior and Aaron Floyd. Front, Sarah Johnson and Jane Prior. • Auto electricial repairs, twin batteries and electric trailer brakes • All general repairs • Electrical testing and tagging by a licenced technician. Prior's Automotive also offer various other services to our community. They include: Trailer hire and swap a bottle (8.5kg and 3.75kg). They are also distributors for Castrol Oils, LSA Lubricant, Century Battery, Bosch Battery and Mickey Thompson tyres. The staff can also help with new and used car purchasing advice.
As a member of MTA and as a MTA approved mechanical repairer, Prior's Automotive Pty Ltd meets the high standards set by one of the finest motoring organisations in Australia. With updated equipment, fully qualified technicians and years of experience, Priors are competent in servicing your diesel, petrol and LPG vehicle. Call in now or phone on 8566 2098 and chat with their wonderful staff about your servicing needs. Priors Automotive are open Monday to Friday 8.30am to 5.30pm and on Saturdays by appointment only.
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Commodore for Nascar? THE blogosphere has gone into overdrive with speculation that Holden’s Commodore may race in the 2013 US-based Nascar racing series. Rumours are flying on social media sites and web forums following a news release from Chevrolet in the US that it would drop its Impala mid-size sedan in favour of a new car “based on a new nameplate to the brand’s lineup”. That in itself effectively kills any chance of the car being based on the upcoming Malibu mid-sized sedan which replaces the Impala. The release went on to confirm the new Nascar race car would look a lot like the production vehicle, and that both would be unveiled wearing Chevrolet badges over the next 12 months. Jim Campbell, vice president of Chevrolet Performance Vehicles and Motorsports, says because Nascar fans will be able to buy the car, the wait to see what it actually is will be even more exciting.
“We know that Chevrolet fans are eager to see the new race car and we hope that the prospect of being able to own one just like it will make the wait a little more bearable,” Campbell says. General Motors enthusiast blog GM Inside News says it has received new information suggesting the Commodore is returning to the US, both as a racer and as a production model. “The latest information we’ve gotten suggests Chevrolet will bring the Commodore back to North America as a high-performance Chevrolet sedan,” the site claims. “The car will be very low volume and likely V8 only.” Holden spokeswoman Kate Lonsdale was quick to pour water on the rumours, telling Drive that the reports are purely speculative. “It’s been speculated widely that the Commodore will return to the US,” she says. “It’s all based on a Chevrolet announcement, but we have nothing to confirm at this stage.” The Commodore has long been tipped to
return to the US after its short stint of being sold as a Pontiac ended after that brand was killed off as part of the GFC restructure of General Motors. But Holden chairman and managing director Mike Devereux has been vocal about the difficulties of exporting cars when the Australian dollar is at record highs. At the 2011 Detroit motor show, General Motors North America boss and former Holden chief Mark Reuss told Drive that discussions had taken place about selling the next-generation VF Commodore in the US - but he said no program was in place. Holden exported a small number of the VE Commodores to the US, where it was sold as the Pontiac G8, but the program was dropped when the Pontiac brand was killed off as part of GM’s climb back from bankruptcy. “There’s no plans to do it right now (export the Commodore),” Reuss said at the time. “We love the car but we can’t talk about future product plans.”
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• Air Conditioning • Dual Battery Systems Caravan / Trailer
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• Plug-in Testing 17 Craker Drive Nuriootpa 8562 1166 Wednesday, March 21, 2012 - Page 25 - The Herald, Barossa Valley
IN MEMORIAM MUSTER Howard Leonard 1918 - 2010 Passed away 18th March, 2010. 2 years ago - seems like yesterday - still loved and missed the same but we know he is in God's loving care. Love Ruth & family, Heather & Ian, Janet & Rex, Barry & Robyn and grandchildren. SCHILD, Margaret Elizabeth. Called home on 24/3/1992. Lovingly remembered by Des, children Angela, Stephen, Sonia and Bradley; and respected and admired by grandchildren Lauren, Jordan; Emma and Dawson. "Christ is risen." "We will meet again."
FOR SALE Barossa New Life Church TREASURE CHEST - FURNITURE MART 10 Murray St, Nuriootpa Tel. 85622988 Monday - Friday 9am - 4pm Saturday 9am - 12pm All donations of furniture, clothing, bric-a-brac enable us to assist our Community BAROSSA VALLEY Country Furniture Paint Stripping Furniture Restoration Custom Made. David Bush 0419628222 BOOKS GALORE SALE organised by Friends of the Barossa Library at Lyndoch Library, Monday - Saturday, 26-31 March, 2012. Wide selection of second hand non-fiction, fiction, children's books and magazines, restocked daily. The usual reasonable prices. For more information, ask at Library or telephone Jill 0419862776 CASH FOR BOTTLES & CANS. Wine bottles, batteries, phone Lange's Can & Bottle Depot on 85642292 for trading hours, 20 Newcastle St, Angaston. CEMENT MIXER - Westmix. New, never used. $300 Call William on 85642874
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. HAY OATEN WHEATEN Hay from $35 roll Phone Peter & Bev Grocke 0429 694 058 or 8563 2113 www.barossaherald.com.au
KAPUNDA spacious 3 b.r. cottage carport /single garage, private garden $230 p.w. 0437415911 0437616395
702 Stockwell Road, Angaston Open:Mon-Fri 9am-5pm Sat 9am - 12 noon Timber, steel, bricks, stone, s/w pipes, gates, windows, louvre glass, doors, reo, formply, iron, galv & colorbond. Always buying and selling quality second hand building materials. PHONE 8564 2900
NEED A PUMP? For all your needs, Gawler Irrigation, Lot 11, Paxton Street, WILLASTON. Ph: 85232350 PLANTS - Natives, perennials, tube stock, water wise etc. MORNING STAR NURSERY Lot 1 Cossins St., Kapunda. Ph: 85663952. Open Thursday to Sunday 9am- 5pm. SELLING, BUYING .......? Advertise in the Herald classifieds, and get results! Giveaway ads are run for 1 week, FREE. You can now place your classified ad at Kapunda Newsagency, deadline is Monday 5.00p.m. Classified deadline 5.00pm Monday. (Maybe subject to change) Ph: 85632041, Fax: 85633655 or email firstname.lastname@example.org TAPESTRY material rocking chair $150. Antique 2 door china cabinet $400. Large entertainment unit $250. 4 person ourdoor spa with lid $3,000 Ph: 85662698 or 0414237425 TRAVEL COT Fisher Price "Rainforest" used once only $110. 0414878971 WASHING MACHINE $250 Whirlpool front loader 7.5kg, WFE107OBD, bought new Nov.2009. SOFA BED $100 Ikea double size, metal frame, blue cover (bought 2010) Tanunda 044966 034 WOOL Alpaca, mohair, merino , acrylic. For knitting. $2 - $3 per ball. Ring 85249016.
• Bins • Posts • Hose • Rotary Hoe 14 PVC Bins (L 120cm x W 120cm x H 90cm) $140 ea 14 Metal Bins (L 120cm x W 120cm x H 90cm) Half Price 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
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 ARRIVALS: Holden Commodore VE Sedan 97,000 km Ford NA Fairlane complete
GAWLER MOTOR WRECKING 3 Prescott Crescent, Gawler Belt 8522 5677 or 0416 081 109
TO GIVEAWAY KELPIE X BORDER COLLIE Female, 18 months old. Give away to good home. Ph: 0427098224
PETS BELINDA'S PAMPERED PETS NURIOOTPA Professional dog grooming by an animal lover. EFTPOS now available. Ph: 0418810323 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
GARAGE SALES 24TH MARCH 9 a.m. 9 Paradale Drive Tanunda. Wardrobe, chest of drawers, twin pusher, high chair, cot, baby capsules, lounge, clothes, household goods etc. FREELING GARAGE SALE day Saturday 31st March, 8.00am start. Sales all over town. Gold coin for sale map. GARAGE / MOVING SALE Saturday the 24th from 8.00 am at 48 Hogan street, Kapunda 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 email@example.com SAT 24 MARCH 8.30 - 1pm, 38 Old Sturt Highway, Nuriootpa. Woodwork timber, tools, droppers, bag scales, Edwardian daybed, china. SATURDAY 24th March. 33 Basedow Road, Tanunda. 9am - 1.00 p.m. Lots of children's books, toys and board games and household items. SATURDAY 24th March. 8am - Finish. Cabernet Court, Nuriootpa. Plants and Bric-a-brac. SATURDAY 24th March. 9.00 - 3.00 George Street, Tanunda. New Oz trail 6 person tent, shower tent and solar bag, plants, books, pictures, household items. SATURDAY 24th March. 9a.m. - 1p.m. Angaston Road, Nuriootpa. Lots of freebies. SATURDAY 24TH MARCH 8.30am 4pm. 89 Murray Street, Nuriootpa. Vintage collectables, fishing gear, T/T washer, prams, 4WD tyres, canaries & large range of house & shed items.
Community Helpers Inc DONATIONS
Of clothing & bric-a-brac For our Tanunda Shop 119 Murray Street Phone 8563 1105 Furniture Welcome Nuriootpa Warehouse 8562 2786
Working for Carers Link and other charities
Contact Bob Lindenthal
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
0418 830 881
TONY BRANN Eden Valley Winery 56 Murray Street Eden Valley
WOOL BUYER 1805002
ENGEL & WAECO 12/24/240 volt fridge /freezers. All models. Best prices in the State. Gawler Fishing & Outdoors 85226200
and agent for
Quality Wool • Auction • Cash buyer of small lots including butts and bags • Private buyer of clips of all size STORE OPENS: Friday 8am to 5pm and Saturday 8am to12pm other times by appointment.
Phone 0423 726 956 Email firstname.lastname@example.org
J.W. SMART WOOLBUYERS PTY LTD. Will buy all types. Flexible hours. Ph: 0417878486 - jwsmartbigpond.com
FOR HIRE SLUSHIE/FROZEN Cocktail Machine HOT CHOCOLATE Cocktail Machine PUCKER POWDER . FAIRY FLOSS Slush-a-Licous Phone Pina 0434141097 www.slush-a-licous.com.au Family owned, locally operated.
FOR RENT KAPUNDA $160 per week Neat, 1 bedroom unit in Kapunda. Good size living/dining area with kitchen and new AC unit. A good size bedroom with new carpet. Decent sized, tiled bathroom and laundry combined. Just a 2 minute walk out of the historic town of Kapunda. Private rear yard area. Brock Harcourt Gawler Property Management. Ph: 8523 3319
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ANY SCRAP METAL Will pay cash for the removal of yours. Ph: 0412259039 ANYTHING WITH METAL Cash 4 cars, free collection. HAPPY SCRAPPY recycle it! 85630213 or 0406411117 CASH FOR SCRAP METAL I AM LOCAL. Ph: 0411165694 UNWANTED CLOCKS and watches going or not or any parts thereof. If your clock or watch has lost its TICK-TOCK ring Ted on 85622384 to get a free estimate to get it going again. The Impossible Now - Miracles take a little longer!
CA $ H F O R CA R S & S C R A P M E TA L B A RO S S A T OW I N G
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General Towing, breakdowns, caravans, boats, farm machinery
0404 856 309
Love you lots and Forever Oms and Mum xxxx
MULCH STRAW from $2.50 per small bale. Roseworthy area. Ph. 0408856092
Double Steinert Birthday Happy 1st Birthday Blake 19/3/2011 Happy 30th Birthday Corey 19/3/1982 So Special for Father and Son to share their Birthday
MAINS pressure blue line poly from $37 roll. Gawler Irrigation, Lot 11, Paxton Street, Willaston. Ph: 85232350
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
CASH FOR CARS and scrap metal. Ph: 0404856309 COMMODORE VT Series II Sedan, auto, alloys, reg. till July. WMI-963 $2,550 Ph: 0411475151 HOLDEN ZAFIRA $5500 o.n.o. moving os must sell, great economic family car, 7 seater, manual, 2001, 151000 kms. New front tyres, rego to July. Tanunda 0449669034 MAZDA 2600 Ute. 33,700 Kms. Registered June 2012. S952ALR All new tyres. Lots more. $13,500. Excellent condition. Ph: 0401919892
CHIMNEY CLEANING Local Barossa Service Phone: David 0407189215
CHILD SAFE ENVIRONMENTS (Mandated Notification) Training Course in Nuriootpa. 7 Hour Full Course on Fri 13 April. Enrol at www.safeplacetraining.com or M: 0412 758 005
CHIROPRACTOR. Dr Kana Nathan 39 Murray St, Angaston. Consulting Saturdays Ph. 85642882
CIVIL CELEBRANT - Angela Nielsen Ceremonies designed for you. Marriages, namings, committment and renewal of vows. Ph: 0408107940 or 85642773
When you place a display classified ad you can have a full colour logo or key parts of the text for only $55 on top of the price of the ad.
LEADLIGHT STUDIO make new, repair old, traditional to contemporary. For quality & competitive prices contact Tracy 85246959 Willliamstown
Applicable to display: Positions Vacant, Coming Events, Public Notices and other boxed classifieds. Stand out from the crowd! WH1800026
HANDS ON DOGS Providing services for your dogs. Grooming, massage, convalescence care. Call Jenny on 85232452 Gawler or 0423 474 287
Phone 8563 2041 or email: email@example.com
Penrice Stone Train services resume Friday 23 March
HEALTH & BEAUTY
LOST & FOUND LOST gold wristlet watch keepsake will give a good reward. Phone 85663986
MARKETS Saturday 24th March. Barossa Quilt & Craft Cottage. 9am - 1pm. Fresh produce & variety stalls. Sites $10 Glenda 85633181
WAB Lower North Regional Conference
Kapunda Gallery Tour
Cost: Medically at Risk “Free” Adults: $22.00 Where: Gawler Sport and Community Centre Nixon Terrace, Gawler
Sunday 1st April 2012 1805122
RSVP 23rd March to Linda at firstname.lastname@example.org
Cambrai Community Market Come along and enjoy Mid Murray hospitality. Check out our fresh local food, produce and plenty more.
TOWN OF GAWLER and LIGHT REGIONAL COUNCIL
Sunday, 25 March 2012 Cambrai Hall, Cambrai 10am – 2pm Sellers welcome from 8.30am Buyers from 10am
0410 940 423 or email email@example.com www.ausbusinessopportunities.com.au
For further information phone: 0418 885 488 Proudly supported by OPAL Mid Murray.
Lyndoch and Districts Vacation Care High quality school holiday program for 5 -13 yrs. Activities include movie making, excursions and much more. Children can come just for fun. 8am - 6 pm 10 - 20th April 2012 $38 per child per session. Enrolments required. CCB available Phone 0432 731 450 for bookings
Ever wanted to own your own printing business and advertising magazine? Become part of the successful In Review Magazine group, which has the largest combined circulation in SA. Franchise areas available now in parts of Adelaide and the Barossa Valley. For a price of just $8000 + GST, you can take over one of In Review’s existing magazines, which includes the rights to also sell print and promotional material. Low operational costs with you only needing a vehicle, mobile and computer. Our Graphic team do all the artwork for you. You get full training and support, and your earnings can be upward of $120,000pa. First in first served. Call Justin now on
The Genesee and Wyoming (GWA) operated Penrice Stone Train shares around 30km of track with the Gawler rail line between Gawler Station and Dry Creek.
Local Councils working together to promote public health
During the closure of the Gawler line, all metropolitan passenger services and Stone Train services have been suspended. The project is nearing completion and Stone Train services to and from Angaston will resume with test runs commencing from Friday 23 March. As trains return, motorists are reminded to take care and observe signage and warning signals when approaching rail level crossings. Pedestrians are reminded only to cross the tracks at designated pedestrian crossings and look both ways for trains. The Gawler line revitalisation includes a $293.5 million Australian Government investment and forms part of the State Government’s multi-billion dollar investment into public transport. We thank you for your patience and understanding during these important infrastructure works.
HERALD FOOTY TIPPING 2012 - TERMS & CONDITIONS
PRINTING & ADVERTISING FRANCHISE
Clinic Dates/Times: Please visit www.gawler.sa.gov.au Click on Council services For further informaon please contact Gawler Councils Immunisaon Department on 0419 866 005 or Customer service oﬃcer on (08) 8522 9211
KAPUNDA "Peppertrees" 47 Clare Sat 24th 1 - 2. Ring 0417872588 to inspect restored stone villa, 4 d b/r, 3 b/r, 2 living, eat-in kitchen dining, 2 living, 2 cellars, 3 car garage, rcdoors, w/shop, garden shed, sc d/br unit, 60,000L tanks, paved uc entertain., ducted rc air-con., log fires, 11⁄2 ac established gardens. Close to schools etc. Lots more special features worth inspection reduced $675,000
Flu Vaccinaon Clinics The Town of Gawler Immunisaon Service and Light Regional Council are providing the “Free” Government Funded Flu vaccines to the Medically at Risk persons and those who wish to protect themselves against the ﬂu this season.
Cost $15.00 includes lunch/drinks ROOM TO LET - Kapunda $100p/w Must be clean & tidy Ph:0428512740
The Gawler rail line has been closed for construction works between Mawson Interchange and Gawler Central for the past seven months.
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.
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Need Help? Contact 83463255 Meeting: Friday's - C.W.A. Building Kapunda - 8pm.
FAMILY VAN 1985 Viscount Pop Top. Front bunk beds, Queen bed at rear. R/C Daiken A/C, microwave, 3 way fridge, full canvas annexe. TZA-249 $10,000 Ph: 0418628288 TRAVELLER 2001 Storm pop top, single axle, electric brakes, A/C, roll out awning, full annexe with walls (used 4 times) external TV antenna, radio, island bed with lift up storage, inner spring mattress, microwave, 3 way fridge. YER-113 $21,500 Ph: 0425556995
1. Only one entry per person 2. Emailed, photocopied and faxed entries permitted. Phone entries NOT accepted. 3. Tips must be submitted to a designated drop off point by 5pm Friday - except from Round 2: 5pm Thursday April 5, Round 5: 5pm Tuesday April 24, Round 12: 5pm Thursday June 14. 4. The weekly winner will win a $50 Barossa Betta Electrical Gift Card. 5. The weekly winner will be the one who tips 9 correct winners for that round and has the closest margin. The margin is always from the first-named game. 6. In the event of two or more tipsters selecting the same 9 winners, the winning margin indicated will be used as a tie-breaker. If this still cannot separate the tipsters then a draw shall take place. 7. If no tipster selects 9 winners the weekly prize will jackpot each week until won. 8. If, at the end of the season, two or more tipsters have equal points that will qualify for a prize, the winner will be decided by the margain score. If a tie still exists, a draw will be used to determine a result. 9. Tipping runs for the minor rounds only. 10. When tips not submitted, tipsters who have previously lodged entries will automatically receive the away teams for the round. 11. After missing three consecutive rounds, tipsters will be eliminated. 12. The Barossa & Light Herald will not accept responsibility for late entries received. 13. Designated drop off points are: Nuriootpa - Harvey World Travel Vine Inn Kapunda - KBL Security Angaston - Angaston Hardware Gawler - Harvey World Travel Tanunda - The Herald Office 14. Fax entry number 8563 3655 email entry: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. Post to the Herald P.O. Box 43, Tanunda SA 5352
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SALES PROFESSIONAL Global Company. Motivated, sales professionals, work outside an office, work your own schedule, phone Chrissy 1800735559. www.besteverhomebusiness
Truck Tyre Fitter
Reftec are seeking hardworking, enthusiastic electrician(s) to join our Electrical Division. Enjoy an excellent variety of work in the Barossa Valley.
Diagnosing tyre problems and changing tyres and rims.
Apply by sending a resume to
firstname.lastname@example.org or call Gemma 03 8416 7343
Casual Bar Person
Call: 1300 133 362
Please Phone Tom 0417 859 523
Registered Nurse required for family friendly general practice. Minimum 5 days per fortnight. We are a fully computerised and accredited practice and offer excellent working conditions. Experience preferred but not essential. The role is varied and includes chronic disease management, childhood immunisations and wound care. Applications close Thursday 29th March. Applications to Manager Gawler Medical Clinic Po Box 194 Gawler SA 5118 email@example.com
The Barossa Valley Golf Club Nuriootpa is seeking a person to fill casual bar person position. The successful applicant will be able to work unsupervised and have good people skills. Developing good relationships with members, sponsors and the public is a very important part of the position. The position would involve weekend work and an on call roster, experience would be an advantage.
We are seeking a full time service technician to enable us to service our growing client base.
Bottling Line Attendant
Applications close Fri 30 March 2012 Confidential Applications in writing address to Club President, Barossa Valley Golf Club Inc, Box 322 Nuriootpa, SA or by email firstname.lastname@example.org
Responsibilities will include: • Maintenance and repairs at our on site workshop and in the field • Service and repairs to all types of farming equipment
Applications close Friday 30th March 2012
A casual position has become available in our highly organised kitchen at the Vine Inn Hotel. Experience in a la carte, function and bistro style work required. Successful applicant will be required for flexible hours including night & weekend work on a rotating roster. Applications to: Executive Chef Nuriootpa Vine Inn Hotel-Motel PO Box 32 NURIOOTPA SA 5355 Email: email@example.com Fax: 08 8562 3236 Applications close on Monday 2nd April 2012
PIGGERY ASSISTANT BAROSSA
We are a well established quality assured piggery that requires a person who is well motivated and reliable to join our team. Key Responsibilities of the position include: • Feeding • Pig Husbandry • Moving Stock • Record keeping
To be successful in this role you will need to value animal welfare and enjoy working with livestock. Own transport is required. Send resume to The Production Manager PO Box 42 Sheaoak Log 5371 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Previous bottling line experience, forklift license and a sound knowledge of OH&S would be desirable, but not essential. It is envisaged the successful applicants would be required to work Day or Afternoon shift as required, on a daily or weekly basis.
Agricultural Diesel Mechanic
Please send your application to: Taylors Wines Pty Ltd PO Box 90, Auburn SA 5451 Or email to: email@example.com
The successful applicant must show a high standard of work and provide quality customer service at all times. Ongoing Industry training will be provided.
This is a full time position, which offers full training, Award wages and bonus incentives. Ongoing training will also be provided to progress your career within the company. Weekend work on a roster basis and Public Holidays is required.
Taylors Wines is seeking to ﬁll casual positions on the Bottling Line. Reporting to the Production Supervisor, the key objective of this position will be to work in a team environment and competently operate bottling line equipment.
Applications Close 28/3/2012
Shanahan Transport Pty Ltd, Require the services of a Truck Driver - preferably has MC Licence - to fill a Casual/Fulltime position operating Grain tippers and Hay cartage. Based at Freeling SA.
Taylors Wines, a family owned and operated wine company is home to some of Australia’s most consistently awarded wine brands. With their head oﬃce located in Sydney and sales oﬃces located around the country, Taylors Wines oﬀer a friendly & progressive environment within which your career can ﬂourish. The vineyards & winery is situated in the picturesque Clare Valley, South Australia & has been in operation since 1969.
Catalogue distributors and Collectors required. Earn $100 $300/wk for 2 hrs daily. Group Leader Opportunities. No Outlay.
Resumes to: Reftec Pty Ltd firstname.lastname@example.org P.O. Box 158 Tanunda SA 5352 Or phone 8563 2855 for application form.
Cash Cash Cash
Applicants must be self-motivated, have excellent communication skills, be able to work in a team environment & hold a current A Class Electrical License
Benefits include discounted tyres, career progression, training and development opportunities.
Call to discuss (08) 8562 2122
BOTTLING LINE ATTENDANT/S
If you are an experienced trade qualified mechanic with agricultural experience, a drivers license, have the ability to work unsupervised and are looking for a new challenge, please forward your resume to:
The Barossa – committed to excellence in Local Government
Accounting Officer 9 Month Fixed Term Contract
Managing Director Lyndoch Motors Pty Ltd PO Box 53, Lyndoch SA 5351 Email: email@example.com P: 8524 4140 F: 8524 4690
We currently have an opportunity for a highly motivated team player to join our Financial Services Team. The primary responsibility of this role is to positively contribute to the efficient and effective provision of quality accounting support services to our organisation. This position also provides fortnightly support to the Payroll Officer. Whilst this is a short term, fixed contract we are seeking an individual who is willing to demonstrate strong commitment to the role throughout the duration.
Computer experience a must. The role would require some light lifting.
To be successful you will require; • Proven knowledge of general accounting principles • Accounts payable/receivable and bank reconciliation experience • Broad knowledge of the legislative requirements and administration of payroll systems • Extensive experience (minimum 2 years) in standard accounting processes and procedures within a computerised environment • Proficient keyboard skills, high level communication skills, numeracy skills and attention to detail • Previous Local Government experience is also preferred as is relevant tertiary qualifications or studying towards
It is envisaged that this position would evolve into a combined Spare/Store role within the Parts Department.
For further information please refer to www.barossa.sa.gov.au or contact Human Resources on 8563 8444.
Please forward your application with references to:
To apply please forward your application addressing the qualifications, specialist knowledge and skills required to: The Barossa Council, PO Box 867, Nuriootpa SA 5355 or email firstname.lastname@example.org, by Wednesday 28th March 2012.
STOREMAN A storeman is sought for a full time position within the agricultural machinery and motor vehicle industry. Duties include receiving goods and positioning within the parts store, inventory record maintenance and processing.
Lyndoch Motors Pty Ltd PO Box 53 Lyndoch SA 5351 email@example.com
Ph: 8524 4140 Fax: 8524 4690 Wednesday, March 21, 2012 - Page 28 - The Herald, Barossa Valley
$4000 Government Training Incenves are available for *eligible parcipants making the course cost neutral!
We are looking for a mechanically minded person to join our team! Must have a manual drivers license and excellent customer service skills. Workshop and field based role.
CERT IV FRONTLINE MANAGEMENT
REFRIGERATION AIR CONDITIONING
The Barossa Council is committed to EEO principles, workplace diversity and professional development.
Giving Today to Enable Tomorrow Board Member Foundation Barossa invites nominations to fill a current vacancy on the Board of Trustees. The Foundation facilitates philanthropy within the community where contributions and donations are professionally managed to deliver local opportunity. The Board meets once per month and manages the legal, financial and ethical framework within which Foundation Barossa operates.
Nomination applications are available at www.foundationbarossa.org.au or contact Leanne Hutton on 0400 121 656 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications close Monday 2nd April 2012
WORK WANTED CLEANERS needing extra work in school hours. Honest & reliable in your home. Ph: 0429007863 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
CASUAL WORK WANTED
Phone 8563 0198 MISCELLANEOUS IMPORTANT - Changing chiming/striking clocks to winter time. The minute hands must NOT be turned anticlockwise. Either stop the clock, and after an hour, reset to the winter time, or hand turn the minute hand slowly 11 hours clockwise to reset to correct winter time. For any further free advice please phone Ted on 85622384.
TUITION ZUMBA at Greenock Institute. Wednesdays 10.15am. & 6.30pm. Instructor Sue Evans. Ph: 85628184
McEvoy’s four By GRAHAM FISCHER KILDALTON Park trainer Tony McEvoy celebrated St Patrick’s Day with a careerbest four city winners at the Oakbank meeting on Saturday. All four were ridden by stable jockey Matthew Neilson and they take his lead to 10 on the South Australian 2011-12 metropolitan jockey’s premiership. “It was our best day since starting Kildalton Park,” McEvoy said. “We had four winners in a day at Gawler last year but this was a first for a city meeting.” The four winners - Pelicano, Prince of Capers, Raki and Horatius, enabled McEvoy to regain a clear lead in the 201112 South Australian Trainers Premiership. McEvoy has 26 winners this season putting him those four winners in front of his closest rival. Pelicano kept himself on track for a chance at the SA Derby with his last stride win in the Makita Handicap (1900m). “That was a bit too close for comfort,” McEvoy said. “This bloke doesn’t go as well on game day as he does at home. “His work at Kildalton Park is brilliant but once he gets into his races he doesn’t run up the trackwork even though he has now won three races from five starts.” McEvoy said the Group One $500,000 Centrebet South Australian Derby (2500m) at Morphettville on Saturday, May 5 was the target for the gelding. The trainer is looking for a good next few
A fulltime vacancy exists for a qualified chef or well experienced cook at Skillogalee Winery Restaurant in the picturesque Clare Valley, only an hour and a half from Adelaide. This busy restaurant is open for lunches 7 days a week and offers an international a la carte menu. The person appointed will report to the Head Chef and will have scope to contribute to the development and implementation of menus and to the management of the kitchen. Shifts and hours of work are open to negotiation but weekend and school holiday work will certainly be involved. Competitive terms and conditions will be negotiated.
PERSONAL ERECTION & PREMATURE PROBLEMS? Help for $30. Money back g'tee. Free sample. 0424 452 329
MT. PLEASANT area. Unrushed & personal 4 gents who prefer private. 0466964374
DIAL A MAN
Enquiries 08 8843 4311. Written applications, with details of qualifications, prior experience, and referees should be addressed to:The Manager Skillogalee Wines Box 87 Sevenhill, via Clare SA 5453 email@example.com
months with Prince of Capers, an impressive winner of the Adelaide Thunderbirds Handicap (1400m). First-up since January 21, Prince of Capers sat on the odds-on favourite Always Discreet before proving too strong in the run to the finish.’ “He is a nice horse suited to races between 1400 metres and 1800 metres with the sting out of the ground,” McEvoy said. “I can’t wait to get him out to 2500 metres,” was jockey Matthew Neilson’s comment after Raki’s comfortable win in the Yalumba Handicap (1900 metres). Raki, the $1.90 favourite, raced up on the speed before outstaying his rivals over the final 200 metres. Part-owner Paul Yeates, made the trip from Mount Gambier to watch his fouryear-old. It was Raki’s third win from seven starts. “He’s a big horse, nearly 18 hands, and has used a lot of his energy in growing,” McEvoy said. “I think he has stopped growing now and can use all his energy on being a racehorse.” The trainer hopes first-up winner Horatius can prove a quality middle distance galloper. McEvoy believes the lightly-raced fouryear-old will be suited to races around 1600 metres later in his preparation. On Saturday, Horatius, ridden by Matthew Neilson, showed he is a good sprinter with an impressive lengths and a half win in the Balfours Bakery Handicap (1100m).
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IMPRESSIVE: Prince of Capers wins the Adelaide Thunderbirds Handicap.
Nuri going for 10 in a row THE Barossa Valley hockey season hits off again on May 5 with the Nuriootpa A grade men’s team aiming for an unprecedented 10 straight premierships. In what may be the last season on grass fields before the installation of a synthetic pitch, new coach Andy Milne will have the potentially daunting task of guiding the team towards the landmark. The A grade squad hasn’t lost any players from their successful 2011 squad, but some older players will find their positions under pressure from a talented group of under 18s including Connor Armstrong, Steve Oag, Travis Bishop and Sam Weichart. The A grade women’s team also enter the 2012 season as defending premier after their underdog victory over a strong AMU side last firstname.lastname@example.org
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September. Although likely to lose some members from last year’s side, new coach Donna Milne has a large squad to choose from including the return of life member and premiership player Courtney Ribbons. The B grade men also have a new coach in stalwart Brian Ivkovic as well as having life member Wal Lehmann return to the field. Brian has managed to break his foot (again) in the off season so will probably start as a nonplaying coach. Young guns Dexter Falkenberg, Cody Longo, Andrew Pommeroy and Daniel Wilsdon are also expected to be pushing for selection and adding some youth into the team. Gail Kirby, as coach of the B women’s team, is in the unique position of being the only senior coach returning in 2012.
Gail has a large squad at her disposal and depending on final numbers, the club may even enter a second team in the B grade women’s competition. Samantha James and the Daniel sisters - Rhia and Lisa, will be pressing their claims for more game time this year. Nuriootpa Hockey Club will again be entering a full complement of teams in the junior competitions. The club is very pleased to have Andy Milne coordinating its junior program. Club registration day will be held at Stockwell Recreation Park on Thursday, March 29 from 5.30pm. New players more than welcome. For any enquiries please check our website www.nuriootpahockey.com or contact club president Phil Armstrong on 0400 500 724. www.barossaherald.com.au
Happy birthday... Easter holiday workout Emily Menzel, of Nuriootpa, was five on March 21.
Jonah Fiebiger, of Angaston, was five on March 13.
Zac Butler, of Nuriootpa, was three on March 19.
Ella Reichelt, of Tanunda, was one on March 17.
Meikayla Russell, of Kapunda, was one on February 26.
Laila Heslop, of Tanunda, will be two on March 23.
Herald birthday photographs are taken inside The Co-op’s Toyworld section, Nuriootpa, each Saturday. Parents are asked to line up from 10am.
SQUATS: A STARplex group working hard to keep healthy by doing a series of squats. Hannah Quodling, of Nuriootpa, was seven on February 20.
By PAUL PEARCE STARPLEX FITNESS CENTRE MANAGER EASTER presents a perfect opportunity to take some time out and enjoy family celebrations. Unfortunately, this often involves a great deal of eating and drinking calorie-rich foods and not enough exercise. Chocolate Easter eggs, unlike their namesakes are low in protein and high in carbohydrates. A Cadbury Crème egg for example, although very small (38g) has almost 200 calories-perserve. From 28g of carbohydrate, 26g is from sugar alone, with 6g of fat. To keep the damage to a minimum, you must fit in some exercise. This simple workout should take around 20
minutes, four or more times a week. You can make it easier or harder to suit your fitness level. • Push ups x 50 reps (easy option on knees bent legs) • Dip off the edge of your bed x 50 reps (easy option on bent legs) • Lunges x 40 reps alternating legs (rest where needed) • Squats x 50 reps (rest where needed) • Ab crunches to the front and each side x 30 each way (rest where needed). Repeat this sequence if you feel you have the strength/time and end off with a two-minute full body stretch. To intensify your workout further, try climbing stairs. Try the squat holding a juice bottle filled with sand lengthways with both hands. Lunge backwards using a paper plate place your right foot on the plate, lunge backwards keeping pressure on the plate. Keep your knees at 90 degree angles at the bottom of the movement and your back straight. The tip to really working your butt is to move slowly as you return to the start position. Drag that leg. Repeat at least 10x on each leg. And then repeat on the other side. Do this workout in the morning, and then you’ll be free to enjoy the rest of your day.
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Who’s new? Oliver Andrew Hay, son of Rebecca and Steve, of Nuriootpa, was born on January 21 at the Burnside War Memorial Hospital, weighing 7lb 61/2oz (3360g). He is a brother for Lachlan and a grandchild for Rita Hay of Melbourne, David Spence of Ballarat, and grandchild/stepgrandchild for Jeanette and Ian Armitage of Hobart.
Meisha Amali Brine, daughter of Mark and Hayley, of Williamstown, was born on March 5 at the Gawler Health Service, weighing 8lb 1oz (3650g). She is a sister for Joshua and Lana and a grandchild for Gerry and Lyndall Brine of Gawler and Ron and Maxine Zimmermann of Loxton.
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SHOWCASING OUR LOCAL HEROES
Tennis roundup Barossa and Light cricket
SERVE: Kapunda’s David Matters. Division One Kapunda 11-100 d Nuriootpa 5-50; Lyndoch 10-85 d Roseworthy 6-16. Kapunda firmed as premiership favourites with a resounding win over Nuriootpa at Lyndoch. Lyndoch scored an upset win by bundling last year’s premiers, Roseworthy out of the finals at Essex Park. Roseworthy’s form has been inconsistent for the last part of the season. Division Two Willaston 11-95 d South Gawler Blue 5-72; Lyndoch 10-84 d Nuriootpa 6-57. Division Three Virginia Green 8-87 d Cockatoo Valley 872; Willaston Blue 11-83 d Willaston United 5-61. After sneaking into the finals by the smallest of margins, Willaston United was convincingly defeated by Willaston Blue. The day started off with the mixed doubles which was a very much enjoyed playing format. Willaston Blue jumped to a handy lead winning three of the four mixed doubles matches. Willaston Blue then consolidated their lead by winning six of the eight singles giving them a unbeatable lead of nine sets to three. After the playing of the straight doubles Willaston Blue had extended their lead. Valiant 7-6 wins were had by Willaston United’s doubles combination of Kylee Carmody and Nelda Philp and Willaston Blue’s doubles combination of Jason Rozman and Stewart Baum. Barossa & Light Tennis Association junior competition Division Three Second semi -final Angaston 2-24 def by Nuriootpa 4-29. Singles - Discombe, Michael (A) 6, Falkenberg, Dexter (N) 3; Keys, Sam (A) 5, Zimmermann, Stefan (N) 7; Hobbs, Lucas (A) 1, Dahms, Cooper (N) 6; Wilson, Mitch (A) 6, Hodges, Alex (N) 1. Doubles - Discombe, Michael, Keys, Sam (A) 3, Falkenberg, Dexter, Zimmermann, Stefan (N) 6; Hobbs, Lucas, Reynolds, Will (A) 3, Dahms, Cooper, Mathews, Nicholas (N) 6. First semi-final Tanunda White won on forfeit v Moculta. Division Four Second semi-final Tanunda Black 2-26 def by Nuriootpa 432. Singles - Collins, Charlie (TB) 5, Schultz, Matthew (N) 6; Pomeroy, David (TB) 5, Hegarty, Madeline (N) 6; Clasohm, Joshua (TB) 6, Kurtz, Benjamin (N) 4; Schaefer, Thomas (TB) 3, Hegarty, William (N) 6. Doubles - Collins, Charlie, Pomeroy, David (TB) 1, Schultz, Matthew, Hegarty, Madeline (N) 6; Clasohm, Joshua, Schaefer, Thomas (TB) 6, Kurtz,
Division Five Second semi-final Angaston 4-30 def Lyndoch 2-23. Singles - Schulz, Nicholas A (A) 6, Collins, Meg (L) 3; Eberhard, Toni (A) 6, Lange, Emma (L) 3; Goodwin, Rosie (A) 6, Mackenzie, Flora (L) 1; Hackett, Jarrod (A) 6, Arnold, Daniel (L) 4. Doubles - Schulz, Nicholas A, Eberhard, Toni (A) 1, Collins, Meg, Lange, Emma (L) 6; Hackett, Jarrod, Fairey, Rachael (A) 5, Arnold, Daniel, Kazla, Matthew (L) 6. First semi-final Freeling 4-29 def Kapunda 2-22. Singles - Starkey, Matthew (F) 1, Cobbledick, Adam (K) 6; McLaughlin, Sean (F) 6, Richardson, Lacey (K) 2; Heinjus, James (F) 6, Young, Pearl (K) 4; Starkey, Caleb (F) 6, Dalton, Taylor (K) 4. Doubles - Starkey, Matthew, McLaughlin, Sean (F) 6, Cobbledick, Adam, Richardson, Lacey (K) 0; Heinjus, James, Starkey, Caleb (F) 4, Young, Pearl, Dalton, Taylor (K) 6. Division Six Second semi-final Kapunda Red 3-3-21 def by Freeling 33-25. Singles - Wuttke, Harry (KR) 6, Bubner, Chloe (F) 0; Letson, Luke (KR) 2, Read, Joshua (F) 6; Smith, Letitia (KR) 0, Tucker, John R (F) 6; Wall, Corey (KR) 6, Blows, Tayla (F) 3. Doubles - Wuttke, Harry, Letson, Luke (KR) 1, Bubner, Chloe, Read, Joshua (F) 6; Smith, Letitia, Wall, Corey (KR) 6, Tucker, John R, Blows, Tayla (F) 4. First semi-final Vine Vale Green 2-28 def by Tanunda Black 4-31. Singles - Hunt, Lawson (VVG) 5, Vivian, Edward (TB) 6; Doecke, Blair (VVG) 6, Liebelt, Dylan (TB) 4; Canute, Amalia (VVG) 3, Cowhan, Max (TB) 6; Sonntag, Cooper (VVG) 6, Whyatt, Thomas (TB) 3. Doubles - Hunt, Lawson, Doecke, Blair (VVG) 5, Vivian, Edward, Cowhan, Max (TB) 6; Canute, Amalia, Sonntag, Cooper (VVG) 3, Whyatt, Thomas, Vivian, Oscar (TB) 6. Preliminary finals - Saturday, March 24. Division 3 - Angaston v Tanunda White at Lyndoch; Division 4 - Tanunda Black v Tanunda Silver at Tanunda; Division 5 Lyndoch v Freeling at Lyndoch; Division 6 Kapunda Red v Tanunda Black at Lyndoch. Boys Division Three First semi-final: Trinity College Blue 3-29 def Riverton 3-27; Second semi-final: Lutheran St George’s 4-30 def Xavier Saints 2-22. Girls Division Three First semi-final: Trinity College 4-32 def Xavier Saints 2-20; Second semi-final: Riverton 5-36 def Lutheran St George’s 120. Boys Division Four First semi-final: Willaston 5-37 def Xavier Saints Black 1-23; Second semi-final: Roseworthy 5-33 def Xavier Saints Rust 124. Girls Division Four First semi-final: Lutheran St George’s 5-32 def Trinity College Red 1-17; Second semifinal: Xavier Saints 3-29 def Trinity College Gold 3-22. Boys Division Five First semi-final: Trinity College Gold 3-20 def Trinity College Red 3-20; Second semifinal: Trinity College Blue 5-35 def Trinity College White 1-20. Preliminary Finals for all divisions will be played at Association Courts.
Thursday morning ladies tennis - summer season Vine Vale White 5-34 def Nuriootpa 1-19; Tanunda Shiraz 5-32 def Angaston 1-14; Marananga Movers 6-36 def Tanunda Grenache 0-11; Vine Vale Viognier 4-32 def Freeling 2-22; Marananga Marvels had a bye. Premiership Table Team Pts Won Lost Total % Vine Vale White 92 441 263 704 62.64% Marananga Movers 73 448 336 784 57.14% Freeling 72 407 321 728 55.91% Tanunda Shiraz 65 380 346 726 52.34% Vine Vale Viognier 61 385 335 720 53.47% Angaston 60 350 364 714 49.02% Nuriootpa 50 316 382 698 45.27% Tanunda Grenache 32 333 440 773 43.08% Marananga Marvels 8 206 479 685 30.07% email@example.com
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GAWLER Central stormed into the A1 cricket grand final with a convincing 108 run win over Kapunda at Tanunda. Batting first, the Tigers notched 9/176 from their 75 overs on Saturday on what could only be described as a seriously lush field. Wicketkeeper/batsman Jamie McCafferty top scored for the Tigers with 38 but was well supported by Aaron King (24) and Rod Knight (37). The real heroes for Central were their bowlers who sent down an amazing 18 maidens in Kapunda’s 45.3 over innings. In the other semi-final, Gilbert Valley put an end to Angaston’s season by hitting 222 on Saturday, a remarkable effort since they were 7/115 at one stage. However a partnership between Zack Hier (52) and Tom Vater (52) carried them to a defendable total. Even more remarkable is the fact that Vater had hit just 51 runs for the season before this crucial knock (cometh the moment, cometh the man). On Sunday, Angaston were a chance to claim the win but once again their frailties with the bat plagued them. Coming together at 3/30 Ben Burgess (60) and Beau Byster (36) put on a good partnership, holding out Bulls quick James Vandeleur who finished the game with six wickets cleaning up the tail after Byster was dismissed with the Blues on 110. Tom Smith, bowling leg spin for the Bulls, was ultra-impressive on his way to three wickets despite his figures being overshadowed by fellow tweaker Scott Rathjen who claimed five scalps during the Bulls innings. In the A1 reserves Freeling captain Ian McMillan ensured the game was a ‘no contest’ by blasting an impressive 142 of his team’s 307 run total almost single handedly outscoring Lyndoch who could manage just 146 in reply. Simon Camilleri was the driving force behind Light Pass’ (144) win over Truro (97). Camilleri scored 23 before tearing through the Truro side, taking 5/20 from 13.1 overs. A1 Gawler Central 9/176 (J Mccafferty 38, RP Knight 37*) def Kapunda 68 (PJ Thomas 3/15, TT Stock 2/0, AJKing 2/18). Gilbert Valley 222 (T W Vater 52*, Z Hier 52, M Hosking 37; S Rathjen 5/48, M J Blenkiron 2/47, B Burgess 2/52) def Angaston 151 (B S Burgess 60, B A Byster 36; J M Vandeleur 6/32, T Smith 3/34). A1 Reserves Light Pass 144 (S Hill 30) def Truro 97 (S Camilleri 5/20, C Todd 2/15, W Gripton 2/16). Freeling 307 (IM McMillan 142, BM Parish 45, BW Montgomery 43, A Read 29, N Goulding 5/51, A Jeffery 4/79) def Lyndoch 146 (A Berndt 40*, MJ Robinson 28, S Wynne 26, RJ Montgomery 3/35, A Papas 2/13, BM Parish 2/23, BW Montgomery 2/51). A2 Sandy Creek 191 (RC Handtke 88, NA Gum 27) def Tanunda 169 (GL Davis 5/58, AM Lee 3/27). Nuriootpa 251 (R Worrall 64, M Milne 58, J Tregenza 32,
RUNS: Gawler Central’s Aaron King on his way to 24. Kapunda wicketkeeper is Kieran Chappell. S Boyle 25, K Antoney 4/39, J Dare 3/60, J Mackereth 2/40) def South Gawler 99 (S O’Donoghue 30, G Murphy 26, G Henschke 3/25, R Worrall 2/7). A3 Sandy Creek Green 3/110 (B Silvy 49, S Goodfellow 2/24) def Gilbert Valley 105 (P Callery 26, G Hinderwell 3/9, S Doolan 3/39, J Power 2/8, MP Cotton 2/10). Kapunda 9/143 (M Good 41*) def Gawler Central 129 (N Heinze 26, A May 3/50, D Menzel 2/9, D Goddard 2/24). A4 Mallala 9/137 (WS Rudd 34, B Atherton 2/22) def by Nuriootpa 4/141 (A Norton 48*, J Heinze 30*, T Cawrse 2/17, A Buckley 2/19). Freeling 7/158 (BF Pearce 27, G Shaw 26, G Nitschke 2/11, P Nitschke 2/15) def Greenock 9/148 (M Obst 36, D Lloyd 31, S Keller 27, AJ Wright 4/24, G Shaw 2/22). A5 Angaston 6/83 (M Wendt 3/5, D Rosenzweig 2/17) def Greenock 80 (S Hansen 37, D Carnelly 4/15, T Richardson 3/20). Gilbert Valley 137 (CS Busch 52, J Wright 31, A Hoffmann 4/25, M Laubsch 2/12, D Hausler 2/42) def Light Pass 7/107 (B Nitschke 37, B Elbourn 25, J Owens 2/15, A Busch 2/20). Under 16 Kapunda 4/41 (C Robinson 2/17, P Herd 2/18) def Sandy Creek Gold 38 (J Brown 4/7, MM Good 4/9, TJ Williams 2/7). South Gawler 6/130 (T Panagiotou 42, J Millar 34, D Judd Smith 32, D Douglas 3/25) def Nuriootpa/Light Pass 127 (K Nitschke 26, B Bain 3/23, J Millar 2/27). Under 14 Angaston 137 (L Childs 32) v Gawler Central 67 (R Humphries-Carnelly 2/1, J Antonie 2/4). Eudunda-Robertstown 9/117 (B Biscan-Launer 48, N Burton 4/7, C Simpson 2/9) def by Tanunda 8/119 (H Fielke 50*, C Reese 2/8, D Grosser 2/25).
Grand Final matches and venues A1: Saturday, March 24, Sunday, March 25 at 1pm. Gawler Central v Gilbert Valley at Sandy Creek. A1 Reserves: Saturday, March 24, Sunday, March 25 at 1pm. Light Pass v Freeling at Tanunda. A2: Saturday, March 24, Sunday, March 25 at 1pm. Sandy Creek v Nuriootpa at Stockwell. A3: Saturday, March 24, Sunday, March 25 at 1pm. Sandy Creek Green v Kapunda at Angaston. A4: Saturday, March 24 at 1pm. Freeling v Nuriootpa at Lyndoch. A5: Saturday, March 24 at 1pm. Angaston v Gilbert Valley at Gawler Centrals. Under 16: Saturday, March 24, Sunday, March 25 at 9am. Kapunda v South Gawler at Stockwell. Under 14: Saturday, March 24, Sunday, March 25 at 9am. Angaston v Tanunda at Sandy Creek.
Tennis information The Gawler & District Tennis AGM is next Tuesday, March 27 commencing at 7.30pm. All people interested in tennis in the area are urged to attend to show their support and input into the further growth of all forms of tennis. The G&DTA is forming closer ties with the Barossa & Light Association and is embarking on an exciting era of rejuvenation of tennis following the announcement of Sam Murch as the Association Coach and the resurfacing of the 10 courts in the coming months. Help is urgently required at committee level in various ways whether it be for six months, one year or individual projects. The popular G&DTA “Easter” Tournament from April 13-15 is now open for entrants. Entry forms are available at the Gawler Clubrooms or visit www.gawlertennis.com.au. Prizemoney is available in the mens and ladies championships.
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Sawyer, both with 42 points. A grade; R Sawyer 42, J Van Dommele 41, R Richardson 40. B grade; K McLean 42, T Korber 40, P Sellar 40. C grade; S Sandercock 39, D Gregory 38, R Grey 38. Ladies; K Korber 35. NTPs and long drives - Uleybury Wines 2nd; D Wilson, St Kilda Hotel 3rd long drive, G Caldwell, Giannitto Hotel Group 4th; T Dowling, Kingsford Hotel 6th; R Minett, Roseworthy Hotel 3rd shot 9th; D Nguyen/C Decelis, Fasta Pasta long drive 10th; D Nguyen, Hi Beam Car/ Dog wash 11th; A Jeffery, Bushmans Hotel 14th; C Lowe, Willaston Hotel 16th; T Clarkson. Ball winners; G Long, C Decelis, J Holmes, G Page, D Nguyen, B Pipe, G Barber, D Hubber, T Clarkson, N Carlisle, P Baker, R Morris. Birdie balls; S Porter, J Ashdown, P Cameron, A Jeffery, D Nguyen, S Sandercock, J Van Dommele, G Page, R Minett, G Donaldson, R Morris, T Korber, P Sellar, D Wilson, K Korber. Eagle; C Decelis, D Nguyen (9th). Congratulations to Gavin Page, who managed an albatross on the 1st. Sunday; Paul Highett managed a good score and decided to put a card in for a change, winning the Stableford competition with 41points. Dave Brook was runner up was 39. Ball winners: L Jeffery 37. Birdies: D Brook, C Swinstead, S Francas. NTPS: 6th: S Francas BAROSSA Saturday Blue Course stableford competition. A grade A Tagg 38, r/u K Winton 35; B grade S Miller 41, r/u G Mundy 38; C grade P Pavlovich 38, r/u A Steinert 36. A grade (40 players): J Biggins, G Ewing, M O'Brien all 35, D Jaensch, G Wills, S Kurtz, J O'Connell all 34. B grade (42 players): K Obst 37, R Doecke 36, M Lunniss 36, P Temme, R Harbord, D Virgin, C
KAPUNDA Another fantastic field of 50 men and 10 fillies turned out in perfect conditions last weekend at Kidman Links for the “fairway fillies” stableford round. Despite the ideal conditions scores were unexpectedly “average” with the best scores of the day a couple of 38s. Paul O’Reilly was the eventual winner of the countback and was delighted with his win as he can’t always make it out on a Saturday. Well done O’s. It was early starter Mick Hennessey who was unfortunate to lose the countback after having to put up with a rejuvenated Geezer for the morning as well. Mick led the B grade a few ahead of Captain Scottie on 35 and Eddie Sangster on 34. Mrs Murray’s lad Harv and professional lawn bowler Gary Maynard had 33s. The A grade was also decided on countback and unfortunately Kallan Pfitzner saved his worst until the last three holes which effectively handed Bazz Williams the grade win. Sal Hambour and Jamie Lindeblad were a shot back on 36 followed closely by Al Hayter and Bully Higgins with 35. The C grade was won by a player who must have just slipped down a grade (like his footy team) with Denis White notching up 37 points as well which could put him back into B grade this week. James Kerrigan was nipping at his heels on 36 and twilight regular George Akermann a few back on 33 . Of the strong field of fillies, it was Deb Strangward with 33 points who managed to pass the post ahead of Roseanne Rule’s 31 and Jenny Menzel on 28. The girls did a fantastic job with the hotdogs during the round and lovely sangas to snack on
while waiting for presentations. Well done to all who assisted. After reporting that the 6th hole claimed a few balls over the fence two weeks ago and knocked around a few score cards. I happened to be playing in a group which came close to matching it last week with three balls on the wrong side of the wire. Luckily it was a stableford round and players didn’t have to keep re-loading. This week we are up for the Sir John Franklin Hotel Publican’s Day pairs ambrose comp. Let’s get behind Blackie and have a great field chasing some excellent prizes which I’m sure we would all like to take home. GAWLER Wednesday - Ladies; The Terry White Chemist-sponsored day was won convincingly by Kay Korber with a nett 69. R/up was Les Milner on 73. Nikki Stuart had her radar on and won both NTPs. M Bow and K Korber birdied the 6th. Thursday; Don Wyer was caught sneaking out for some midweek practice and it helped him win easily with a shank free 68 to clean up from Barry Dempster and Bob Clarke both with 70. Ball winners; E Richardson, I George, R Sawyer 72, D Shields, D Nguyen 73. NTPS: Elders 4th; I George, Spencer Flooring 6th; C Swinstead, Elders 11th; D Nguyen. Birdie balls; D Dare, P Marsden, H McKerney, S Brynes, A Jeffery. Mid week end; A huge field didn’t ensure good scores but Dung Nguyen managed to pick up a win with 39 points from El’ Presidente’ on 38 points. Ball winners; Skye Jeffery, R McNamara, R Crockart, W Haynes, B Kite, G Barber, J McNamara. Birdies: C Swinstead, W Chaplin, J Jordan, D Milner, W Haynes. Saturday; Ken McLean cleaned up the Baker boys in the afternoon as well as the rest of the field and won from Rob
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MEDAL: Under 14 medal winner Thomas Norley (left), with runnerup Ben Mayfield. Thomas played well in most games this season, often quelling opposition teams scoring opportunities with solid pitching, while leading the Rangers attack with consistent hitting, including a couple of long home runs. A good all-round sportsman, the newly-crowned medallist formerly played football with Gawler Central, basketball for Trinity and competed for Gawler BMX Club. “I just love baseball because of the energy needed to play and there is always something happening,” Thomas said. “Besides dad, who has been great, I’ve also had help from all my coaches, and Sam Murphy has helped a lot with my pitching. “To win the medal is the highlight of my sporting career, and now I want to play in a premiership team with the club, which is my main goal.” The young gun also would like to play in the USA with a college team, and eventually earn a spot on a Major League roster - if possible, the Atlanta Braves.
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PREMIERS: Gawler Rangers Baseball Club Little League Minors. Top from left, Darren Unger (coach), Wayne Jenkins (assistant coach), Matthew Young, Alex Smethurst, Jack Jenkins, Zachary Walford, Tyler Davis, Geoff Young (manager). Bottom, Zachary Carson, Brodie Ewen, Zakeray Heintze-Unger, Sebastian Heintze-Unger, Cooper Amphlett, Declan Gillard-Martin.
Gawler Rangers award winners Division three: MVP - Andre Benjamin Batting - James Parker Best Team Person - Ricky Clark. Division five: MVP - James Sheekey Batting - Wayne Jenkins Most Improved - Paul Skelton. Division seven: Most Improved - Josh Mayfield Batting - Trevor Norley Best Team Person Stephen Nemeth.
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GAWLER Rangers Baseball Club has won a second junior flag. In only the club’s fifth season of competing in the state’s major baseball competition, Gawler Rangers Little League Minors won the North Division. With only one loss for the season in the grade, the Rangers had the title in the bag before the final minor round game against Port Adelaide on Sunday, which was won on forfeit. To conclude the season, Gawler’s other Little League Minors team beat Golden Grove Central Districts 15-3. Trent O’Brien led the way with four hits. Zak Heintze-Unger and Wyatt Ryan picked up two hits each. Carter Powell, Hunter Powell, Cooper Wilson, Jack Jenkins, Jacob Carson, Jacob Allen and Cameron Keon all contributed one hit. This Friday the Gawler Rangers club will hold its junior trophy presentation from 6.30pm at the Karbeethan clubrooms.
THOMAS Norley became the Gawler Rangers Baseball Club’s third medallist when he took home Baseball SA’s award in under 14 Division Two last Friday night. Thomas polled 20 votes, one ahead of another Gawler player, Ben Mayfield. The night proved the most successful in club history, with another four top-five finishes. Jack Jenkins was runner-up in Little League Minors North with 17 votes, followed closely by Wyatt Ryan (third with 16 votes), and Brodie Ewen, fifth (11 votes). Jenkins finished as the Gawler player with the most votes for the season after amazingly collecting another seven votes in Little League Majors from just four games, to finish fourth. With Jake Jarvis also gaining selection in the Little League North All-Star team, and Darren Unger’s Little League North Minors winning the premiership, it has been a season to remember. Norley is a product of the club’s Tee Ball competition, progressing through the Little League, and has played the past two seasons in under 14s. “Thomas has had a great season, both with the bat and as a pitcher,” coach and father Trevor Norley said. “It has been a brilliant season for him, as he batted around .700 (average of seven hits for every 10 at bats) and struck out around 40 opposition players. “We went to the count chuffed he made the top five, so for him to win was fantastic, and as a coach and dad, I could not be prouder.”
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Gavin Werner plays cricket for Sandy Creek.Last week he made 166 not out for the A3s Yellow side against Lyndoch. Where have you played your cricket? Lyndoch, Tanunda, Sandy Creek.
Who are key players at your club? Batting - Matthew Donohoe, bowling - Lee Hill, fielding - Andrew Kokot. Anyone would have them in their team. What is your most important attribute? Being an aggressive batsman. Who is a character at the club and why? Me - just give me a couple of beers and it all starts to happen. Who is the best player you have played with and against? With - Boh Wall, against Aaron King. Major influence in your cricket: Family and their support. Who are your sporting idols? Adam Gilchrist, Brett Lee. Any superstitions? Like to be organised. What event has inspired or amazed you? The birth of my three children.
Greatest moment and disappointment? Making 885 runs for the season 2001/2002. Disappointment - losing two grand finals in a row.
If you were Prime Minister what issue would you address? Employment and the homeless.
How would you spend a million dollars? Quickly.
Pet hates on the cricket oval? Too many people being captains on the field.
What other sport would you love to be the best in the world at and why? Golf. Get to travel around the world.
Favourite actor and movie? Don’t watch movies. If someone had to play you in a movie who would it be? Heath Ledger.
If you could have any four people stranded on a deserted island with you who would they be and why? Jennifer Hawkins, Pink, Megan Gale - and my wife Naomi.
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NURIOOTPA go into all three division grand finals at Tanunda this week as red hot favourites to sweep the 2012 pennants. Last weekend was jam packed with the semi-finals on Saturday, followed by the prelims on Sunday. Nuri won a fiery second semi 107-96 over Freeling while Tanunda hammered Lyndoch 121-70 in the knockout final. Freeling was able to resurrect its season with a strong 104-84 win on Sunday. This sets up a mouthwatering clash at Tanunda with not only two great teams going head to head but some strong personalities preparing to butt heads again in the wake of a semi that was quite heated at times. WH1799402
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IMPRESSIVE: Lubin with a dawn red.
By LUBIN PFEIFFER MANY good reports have been filtering through of great fishing out in the Gulf St Vincent and also over in the Spencer Gulf. Good catches of whiting have come from the shallow sandy bottom and this has also been the place to score a few blue swimmer crabs. Out a little deeper people have been having success with snapper of all sizes with some people getting their bag of rugger size fish and some just nailing a couple of big ones in the 80-90 centimetre bracket. Squid has been the stand out bait for these. With the last of the hot weather coming through
there is no better time than now to get out on the salt and have a shot. If you don’t own a boat some salmon are now starting to show on the St Kilda break wall which is only a short 45-minute drive down the Northern Expressway and caters for anglers of all skill levels. Taking soft plastics, splices and flies these feisty fish are really great fun to catch. For those who want to improve their saltwater angling skills come along to the Nuriootpa Spot On snapper information night on March 29. Entry is $10 and places have been filling up fast. Just call or drop in to the shop to register your interest. Tight lines until next week.
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Division One First semi-final: Tanunda 121 v Lyndoch 70. B Pech 32 v P Uranjek 14; R Schneider 33 v P Woods 18; P Rost 29 v D Hausler 13; C Mahoney 27 v C Rule 25. Second semi-final: Freeling 96 v Nuriootpa 107. G Fergusson 29 v S Allen 26; C Kearns 18 v R Grope 42; J Morris 26 v W Williams 22; H Sykes 23 v R Walker 17.
Division Two First semi-final: Angaston Blue 69 v Tanunda White 66. L Teakle 19 v E Allanson 34; C Reardon 27 v M Hurst 14; E Bond 23 v T Ratsch 18. Second semi-final: Nuriootpa Gold 64 v Nuriootpa Black 66. P Buckley 28 v N Jaensch 15; N Collyer 13 v T Gibbons 30; I Klaebe 23 v T Elix 21. Division Three First semi-final: Kapunda Red 68 v Tanunda 78. D Franks 18 v D Goodwin 26; B Cummins 15 v T Leech 31; T Scoot 35 v T Heinrich 21. Second semi-final: Nuriootpa Black 67 v Kapunda Black 58. J Mattner 26 v J Baldwin snr 17; M Sims 14 v C Reardon 25; N Nolan 27 v K Dooley 16.
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First semi-final: Tanunda Black 68 v Freeling 48. C Mahoney 29 v C Kearns 10; D Heidenreich 19 v I McFarlane 22; J Garrett 20 v H Sykes 16. Second semi-final: Kapunda Black 69 v Nuriootpa Green 50. T Rae 18 v R Garrett 12; R Rogers 24 v I Klaebe 19; G Redden 27 v W Williams 19. Ladies - preliminary final: Nuriootpa 79 v Eudunda 69. D Baker 19 v J Milde 16; P Jones 24 v B Marshall 16; M Elix 14 v P Dutschke 23; M Nolan 22 v M Nietschke 14.
Results for Sunday preliminary finals - March 18 Division One - played at Lyndoch. Freeling 104 v Tanunda 84. G Fergusson 22 v B Pech 24; C Kearns 31 v R Schneider 15; J Morris 31 v P Rost 25; H Sykes 20 v C Mahoney 20. Division Two - played at Lyndoch. Nuriootpa Gold 58 v Angaston Blue 79. P Buckley 26 v E Bond 18; N Collyer 19 v L Teakle 33; I Klaebe 13 v C Reardon 28. Division Three - played at Lyndoch. Kapunda Black 59 v Tanunda 83. J Baldwin snr 13 v T Heinrich 38; C Reardon 26 v D Goodwin 23; K Dooley 20 v T Leech 22.
FOREHAND: Tanunda’s Darryl Grear in Division One bowling against Lyndoch in the semi-final.
Venues for preliminary final and grand final on Thursday, March 22.
Ladies Grand Final - 9.30 am Kapunda v Nuriootpa at Tanunda (grass green). Preliminary Final - 1.30 pm Nuriootpa Green v Tanunda Black at Lyndoch. 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.
Bowls teams FREELING Division One v Nuriootpa at Tanunda: 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. NURIOOTPA Division One v Freeling at Tanunda: M Jones, 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: C Jones, R Ellis, G Langley, T Billing. Reserves: I Klaebe. Division Two Black v Angaston Blue at Tanunda: C Hughes, M Simpkin, L Tscharke, T Elix; C Baker, S Rogers, P Collyer, T Gibbons; A Jones, M Boehm, D Baker, N Jaensch. Cars leave at noon: Drivers: L Tscharke, P Collyer, D Baker. Reserves: K Harrison, K Reichelt. Division Three Gold v Tanunda at Tanunda: C Forbes, G McCormick, K Bullock, J Mattner; K Williamson, B Jones, L Steer, M Sims; John McIntosh, J Chapman, M Nolan, N Nolan. Cars leave at noon: Drivers: K Bullock, M Sims, M Nolan. Reserve: V Bessell. Midweek Green v Tanunda Black at Lyndoch: D Bessell, J Bell, W Williams; A Fyfe, R
Venue for grand finals on Saturday, March 24. All Saturday games start at 1pm.
Division One Nuriootpa v.Freeling at Tanunda. Division Two Nuriootpa Black v Angaston Blue at Tanunda. Division Three Nuriootpa Gold v Tanunda at Tanunda. 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. Mattschoss, R Garrett; N Nolan, R Warnest, I Klaebe. Cars leave at 12.30pm. Drivers: W Williams, R Garrett, I KIaebe. Ladies Midweek v Kapunda at Tanunda: L Wilkinson, L Hahn, N Chapman, M Nolan; H Roberts, J Chapman, G White, P Jones; J Krause, H Sandow, J McIntosh, D Baker; D Allen, V Bessell, U Boettger, M Elix. Reserves: A Shoesmith, M Waples. Cars pick up at 8.40am. Drivers: L Hahn, H Roberts, J Krause, M Elix. ANGASTON Division Two Blue v Nuriootpa Black at Tanunda: A Hall, B Copperwheat, M Johnston, E Bond; M Storton, W Newell, I Langley, C Reardon; D Tye, J Harris, M Teakle, L Teakle. Cars: Depart 12.15pm; Drivers: Skippers. TANUNDA Division Three v Nuriootpa Gold at Tanunda: J Farquharson, 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 Nuriootpa Green at Lyndoch: K Schliebs, D Martin, D Heidenreich; H Rohrlach, S Mewett, C Mahoney; B Wallace, B Williams, J Garrett. KAPUNDA Ladies v Nuriootpa at Tanunda: A Petch, E Pitman, S Franks, R Scoot; D Sweet, P Dobbin, T Scholes, C Holmes; R Perry, P Ferns, A Thiele, C Reardon; D Huntley, B Hier, H Sexton, C Doecke. Cars: Depart 8.30am; Drivers: Thirds.
PERFECTION: Tanunda’s Deon Heidenreich is pictured left indicating where he wants a bowl to be placed and at right applauds the result. Lyndoch’s Bob Howell and David Hausler watch on.
Tuesday daytime ladies Cheeky Chicks 30 def Flamin Flamingoes 18; Phantoms 48 def Organized Kaos 43; Flukes 55 def Rhondavues 46. Tuesday night men Clumsy Ninjas def The Boys 76-41; Taipans def Tanks 42-20; 02 Tha Fn def Has Beens 47-32; Outlaws def James 50-28; Has Beens def Gang Green 34-25. Thursday night mixed 5 Stars def Fruit Hoops 50-48; Spurtics def Its Only Social 65-47; Steelers def Ultim8s 49-16; Comets def Black Magic 46-37; 69ers def More Effort 55-27; TBA def Hungry Hippos 69-20.
Netball Tuesday evening mixed Silent Duck def Rubber Duckies 306; Dirty Beaches def Watermelons 33-12; Tropicals def Bright Sparks 17-12; Black Thunder def TBA 28-9; Pink Paws def Falcons 21-7. Wednesday juniors Grand Final: 11 and under - Trinity 3 def Trinity 7 17-9; 13 and under Trinity 4 def Trinity 1 12-7; 16 and under - Inter 1: Trinity 2 def Trinity 3 21-20; Inter 2: Trinity 4 def Trinity 1 26-6. Wednesday evening ladies Grand Final: Group 1 - Diamonds def INXS 38-19; Group 2(A) - Pink Bits def Mallala 34-30; Group 2(B) Mels Army def Trinity 4 24-20; Group 3 - Dirt Diamonds def Fruit Loops 38-22. Wednesday evening mixed Muffin Slammers def Cherry Poppers 19-9; GEN-Y def Whatever 15-11. Friday ladies daytime Lady Birds def East Side Mums email@example.com
10; Barely There def Skittles 26-12; Mummas def Wasleys 31-21.
Volleyball KHS Cobras def Rogue Crew 3-2.
SQUASH Barossa Valley Squash Round 5. Division 1 - March 13. Plums d Grapes, 3-9-178 to 1-5140 (T Talbot d R Klemm 3-1, G Ward d G Alderslade 3-1, D Standish lt M Langan 0-3, T Noack d R Dadds 3-0); Apples d Pawpaws, 3-9-158 to 1-4-153 (M Tully d A Birchard 3-0, D Maher d D Preuss 3-0, M Witcomb by default, J Harris d K Ward 3-1); Oranges d Mangoes, 2-9-209 to 2-6-172 (K Kulak d M Rosiak 3-0, P Howe lt I Elsworthy 1-3, N Ridley d A Smith 30, S Rohrlach lt J Nagel 2-3). Division 2 - March 15. Dolcetto d Robosa, 2-10-213 to 26-162 (P Leadbeater lt S Carroll 2-3, N Bauer lt R Harbord 2-3, P Gerhardy d T Kroehn 3-0, C Zadow d J Wilson 3-0); Fiano d Sagrantino, 3-9-182 to 1-6-178 (R Lieschke d S O’Loughlin 3-1, M Witcomb d S Wendt 3-2, T Sloper lt D Altus 0-3, S Cook d T McInerney 3-0); Bombino d Zibbobo, 2-9-189 to 2-6-165 (T Noack by default, A Cunningham d N Falkenberg 3-0, W Marschall lt N Sloper 2-3, A Bryce lt D Molineux 1-3) Premierships Division 1 Team Pts Apples 103 Oranges 86 Plums 71 Pawpaws 58 Mangoes 53 Grapes 49
Division 2 Team Bombino Dolcetto Fiano Sagrantino Zibbobo Robosa
Pts 102 80 79 64 54 41
BODY LANGUAGE: Peter Rost, Tanunda, (left) and David Hausler (Lyndoch) are actively involved during their Division One clash.
KEGEL A busy week and tired players still did not diminish from the results of play last Friday night, March 16. Ben and Steve started the night off well and continued to play well during the first game. Steve bowled a frame of 66 in the first game, which was the highest frame score for the night. Ben and John both improved in the second game while Steve and Geoff both dropped back. Steve had enough of a lead from the first game to win the night's play and also have his name put on the 500 Club board. Results of play: S Mewett 284/230 514, B Saunders 235/240 475, G Nicolai 212/169 381, J Pfeiffer 117/139 256. 15s: G Nicolai 1. 24s: S Mewett 6, B Saunders 4, G Nicolai 2. 30s: B Saunders 1, G Nicolai 1. Pudels: J Pfeiffer 1. Ladies Betty wins this week's scores still on average. Highest frame score was 48 and lowest six. Keep the scores coming girls. Results of play: E Nicolai 115/165 280, A Vanstone 171/99 270, M Balch 113/138 251, R Bell 99/150 249. 15s: M Balch 1. 24s: R Bell, E Nicolai, A Vanstone each 1.
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Triathlon wins FUSE Multisport Racing Team athletes Ella Holmes of Evanston Gardens and Sam Tebeck of Williamstown have had impressive wins in the Olympic distance triathlon at Victor Harbor. Held in ideal conditions earlier this month, the event, was the South Australian leg of Triathlon Australia’s 2012 World Championship qualification series. The race proved especially memorable for Tebeck who took out his first win in the series after recovering from a persistent foot injury and a fall from the bike only four weeks ago at the Victorian leg of the series, where he finished seventh in the 18-19 age group category. Tebeck was ecstatic, particularly with the 40km bike leg. “I was happy with the bike time,” Tebeck said, “and the first lap of the run felt very good too.” He completed the 10km run leg in a blistering 36:41 after averaging more than 36kph on the 40km bike course. Although pleased with the bike and run legs, Tebeck acknowledged that he needed to improve in the 1.5km swim to be competitive in the New Zealand World Championships. “It would be good to improve my swim time so we can be at the front end of the field earlier on the bike leg, but we have until October to work on that.” Holmes was also pleased with her performance in the hotly contested 20-24 age group category, taking her second win in the qualification series. She said the plan had been to treat the race as a competitive hit out leading up to a major national series event on March 25, 2012. “We wanted to work on a few specific areas of my race, such as the
swim exit and nutrition on the run leg,” Holmes said. “This event presented a great opportunity to do that. “We had a very solid training block leading into this event so I expected to be feeling the effects of that a little,” she said. Holmes had a relentless training schedule leading into the event, which included a difficult four-hour training ride in the Adelaide hills the day before the race. She completed the event in a solid time of 2:12:31 to secure the win in the 20-24 age group category by nearly three minutes and take third place overall behind winner Margo Macintosh of Queensland. Holmes was the best performing South Australian female athlete at the event. Fuse Multisport Racing Team coach Steve O’Brien said that Holmes and Tebeck now only have one more round of the qualification series to secure their selection in the Australian team to compete at the World Triathlon Championships to be held in New Zealand in October. “Sam and Ella are racing well, but the World Championships aren’t until October, so we have a lot of work to do between now and then our first goal is to make the team,” O’Brien said. For Holmes, that means racing in Mooloolaba on Sunday, March 25 in one of Australia’s largest triathlons. Tebeck’s next race is the Sydney qualification event on Sunday, April 15. “Sam and Ella’s strong results at the Geelong and Victor Harbor events will give them a lot of confidence going into the next selection races. A good result will ensure them a spot on the Australian team,” he said.
TOP FORM: Ella Holmes and Sam Tebeck are aiming for the triathlon world championships.
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