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Sam’s Schluter By MIKE TEAKLE WILLASTON midfielder Sam Walton has been dubbed by his peers as the future of the club. Their recognition came on Monday night after Walton won the 2011 Schluter medal as the best and fairest player in the Barossa, Light and Gawler Football A Grade. Aged 23, Walton polled 21 votes to six votes from 2010 winner, Craig Harvey of Angaston. The medallist is the nephew of Willaston Football Club’s greatest son, the late Trevor McGann. “My uncle was really important in my football (development), second only to my parents who have been fantastic,” Walton said. “As a kid growing up around the club Dean Docherty was the player I most enjoyed watching and playing alongside Shaun Baker who has won a couple of Schluter medals is great as he’s always giving me pointers.” One of the fittest players in the competition, Walton’s work rate is what separates him from the pack. He has the ability to get to more contests than anyone else. For Craig Harvey it was the third time he has finished runner up but he was quick to praise Walton. “He’s had a great year,” Harvey said. “He went in as the favourite, that’s a lot of pressure and he was good enough to take it home.” Baker, Willaston’s captain and Schluter medallist in 2007 and 2009, gave the rest of the league an ominous warning. “He’s the future of our club,” he said. “At just 23 I reckon he could have a couple more medals in him before he’s done. “Sam’s a bit of a comedian and a great guy to have around the club, some of the things he can do on the field are just insane.” The Schluter Medal is named after Greenock’s Schluter family for their involvement in the BL&GFA for more than a century.






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By ELIZABETH HENSON THE state ombudsman has launched a second investigation into governance issues at Gawler Council. The inquiry comes less than two months after ombudsman Richard Bingham found the council broke the law during the planning stage of a multi-million community project. As reported in the Herald in July, Mr Bingham’s investigation showed the council breached the Local Government Act in relation to the Evanston Gardens Community Centre (EGCC) development by not obtaining a prudential report into the project, not taking into account a risk assessment and discussing the project in confidence when it should have discussed it in an open council meeting. Now the ombudsman is investigating the council yet again - this time in relation to confidential items and how long they are kept secret. Ironically, the council was last night (Tuesday) expected to discuss the matter in confidence at a special meeting. However the secrecy was at the request of the ombudsman, according the Gawler Council chief executive officer Stephen Kerrigan. “The ombudsman has requested that council keep his provisional report confidential and council will comply with his request,” he said. Mr Kerrigan declined to comment further on the matter. It is unknown when the latest inquiry will be completed. The investigation into the EGCC project took more than 18 months to reach an outcome.

Meanwhile, member for Light Tony Piccolo said the council needs to change its ways, and he will discuss his concerns with the organisation. "It is certainly true that the council is going through a bad patch,” he said. “While I appreciate that finances are difficult for the council at the moment its approach to a number of community issues is concerning.” Mr Piccolo said the council “could improve the way it deals with the community.” “It does have a propensity to discuss things in confidence beyond what is reasonable,” he said. “It needs to take the community into its confidence more. “What is most disappointing and has become increasingly obvious to the community is that when things go wrong nobody accepts responsibility for the decision. While members are happy to be photographed at all sorts of announcements they are conspicuous by their absence when things go pear shaped.” In August last year, Mr Piccolo called on the then State and Local Government Relations minister Gail Gago to conduct an investigation into the council’s operations. However current State and Local Government Relations minister Russell Wortley has given no indication that the state government will intervene. A spokesperson for Mr Wortley said the minister is aware of the latest ombudsman’s inquiry. He said, “the minister has confidence in the ombudsman’s ability to fully investigate this matter and expects the council to respond appropriately to the findings of that inquiry.”

Barossa to host rally THE Classic Targa Adelaide will race into the Barossa next Wednesday. As reported in the Herald in May, the rally’s prologue and hill climb will take place in

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ISSUES raised over mental health and the aged were listened to late last month when Member for Barker Patrick Secker and the Shadow Minister for Ageing and Mental Health visited the Barossa. According to Mr Secker and Senator Concetta Fierravanti-Wells the tour was part of gaining as much information and feedback from the community about these issues to support future policies. The tour, which lasted for three days and included the Riverland, saw the members of parliament visit Tanunda Lutheran Homes and Barossa Village, Nuriootpa on Tuesday, August 30. A forum, involving health professionals, was held at the Lutheran Homes to discuss mental health.

Mr Secker said, “There’s certainly a lack of mental health services in the area, especially when the closest services are about 75km away”. He explained how the area doesn’t have the much-needed clinical services to support mental health intervention for pre-12-years-olds and those aged 12 to 25-years. Also, there are lack of services to support the aged with mental health issues including Alzheimers. Mr Secker explained meeting people face-to-face helps to develop policies. “It means also refining them”. Mr Secker said in the last election the coalition’s mental health policy “was better than the Labor government’s so it shows we are on the right track”. “I think it’s also good to get feedback and learn to listen to the people,” Mr Secker said.

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the most vulnerable children in the Wakefield electorate by providing support directly to services operating in areas of highest need,” he said. “This new funding can be used for a range of things, including hiring relief staff so that child care workers can attend

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Gawler DPA will lead to population growth in the vicinity of the school and the public education must be able to provide families with real choices for their children’s schooling. “While the feasibility study is only the first step and a long journey remains ahead, I am hopeful that the redevelopment of the school would get the nod in the next few years.” As part of the study, the Department of Education and Children’s Services will consult with the school in term four. Evanston Gardens Primary School was opened on January 20, 1908 in a local church before it relocated to its present site on Angle Vale Road in 1923.

Multicultural grants open APPLICATIONS are being sought for the new Multicultural Arts and Festivals Grants program. Federal member for Wakefield Nick Champion said grants of up to $5000 are available per project. “These grants will provide opportunities for Australians of all backgrounds to come together in our community and experience different

GENERAL MANAGER: Chris Crichton. an experience when they come up here.” As secretary of the South Australian Amputees’Association and secretary of the Australian Disabled Golf Federation, Chris has always had an interest in sport. He has joined the TPGC after eight years as the general manager of Ribo Australia. The avid golfer said he hopes to

attract more professional golfers to the course and increase visitor and m e m b e r s h i p numbers. “We’re looking at constant development through the upgrading of some areas, also we’ve got a new superintendent so he brings with him all his knowledge,” he said. “We just want to invite everybody down. Come and have a look.”

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THE State Government is investigating the feasibility of redeveloping Evanston Gardens Primary School. Member for Light Tony Piccolo said he has received a letter from Education minister Jay Weatherill who confirmed he has authorised the study. Mr Piccolo had been lobbying the state government to commission a study into the school as it is the first step in getting the facility on the “redevelopment agenda.” “Despite valiant efforts by staff to present the school to the community in its best light, the facilities are old and need major upgrading,” he said. “The recent authorisation of the southern

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By ELIZABETH HENSON KIARA Keyzer is UGLY and she needs your help. The Sandy Creek Hotel bartender is the first person in the Barossa to enter the Leukaemia Foundation’s 2011 UGLY Bartender of the Year competition. The event aims to raise money for research into leukaemia, lymphoma and myeloma as well as for patient care. Leukaemia Foundation South Australia and Northern Territory general manager Simon Matthias said during the month of November bartenders will host a number of events and will undertake a range of initiatives to raise money for the foundation. “UGLY stands for ‘Understanding, Generous, Likeable, You’ and plays on the Australian love of contradiction,” he said. “It’s a light-hearted way to raise serious funds to help people with blood cancer. “We’re asking everyone to get behind Kiara and other UGLY bartenders – They’re easy to spot

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Wind farm session VICTORIAN-based company Pacific Hydro will host another community information to discuss with residents the wind farm proposed for Keyneton. Residents are invited to Eden Valley Institute Hall, Murray Street, Tuesday, September 13 from 3pm to 8pm. Pacific Hydro general manager Lane Crockett will attend the session with development, environmental and community engagement staff, who will be on hand to answer questions and provide information about the proposal. Mr Crockett said, “We want

Staff will also be ensuring that the proposed traffic routes, near the proposed site, are suitable and in line with local traffic conditions. The gathering has been designed as a ‘drop in’ when it suits session, allowing for people to attend for a short time or for a few hours, depending on interests and needs. “We will be present in Eden Valley from 3pm to 8pm and look forward to seeing as many local community members, business and community groups as can attend,” Mr Crockett added.

MEMBERS opposing the wind farm proposed at Keyneton urge the SA Government to adopt Victoria’s guidelines before approving any more wind turbine developments. The group, who work under the Eastern Mount Lofty Ranges Landscape Guardians Incorporated (EMRLG), say they welcome the recognition by the Victorian Government that wind turbines have an impact on individuals and committees forced to endure the noise and physical eye sore of towering machinery. The 30 opposing members from Keyneton, Sedan, Cambrai and Eden Valley say the set back of five kilometres from regional towns, places the turbines on the edge of the “sometimes” noise zone, and will alleviate the domineering effect to some extent. The Keyneton development includes 57 wind turbines planned by Victorian company Pacific Hydro and tagged for the Sedan Ranges. Spokesperson of the group Tony Walker said, “Although a step in the right direction, the two kilometre set back for individual dwellings is nonetheless inappropriate, because it does not afford such dwellings the same protection as dwellings within townships”.




to engage with local community to discuss issues that are important to people in the area”. “We understand that we cannot work in isolation from our communities and the community information session is an opportunity to find out what matters for those living and working in the area.” The session will provide an opportunity for residents and business operators to learn more about the wind farm proposal and to provide feedback on the local landscape, site of local interest and significance.



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“The question must be asked - why are families and individuals not as important as town dwellers?” He said food producers and landholders are still allowed to be the victims of the wind turbine companies. “If five kilometres is deemed necessary for towns, then logically the same provision must be extended to all dwellings irrespective of their location,” Mr Walker said. EMRLG considers that five kilometres should be the minimum set back from wind turbines for any dwelling irrespective of its location, unless the occupiers of that dwelling agrees in writing to a different distance. They now work to urge the SA Government to adopt this policy before approving any more wind turbine developments. “This announcement by the Victorian Government simply begins to redress what has been a gross imbalance of priorities and is welcomed as a refreshing show of courage. “EMRLG encourages the SA Government to follow Victoria’s example and adopt tighter regulation of the wind turbine industry,” Mr Walker said.


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Grab a bargain LIKE most people, Bob Perry likes a bargain and likes meeting new people. As organiser of the Gawler Auto Swap Meet for the past decade, he welcomes the public to the annual event to share in the same enjoyment. He says about 500 sellers and about 5000 buyers rock up each year to be part of the biggest and best swap meet in the state. However, this year he reminds people the date has changed to a week earlier with the event planned for this Sunday, September 11. “We’ve had to accommodate for more vehicles so we’ve brought the event a week earlier,” Bob said. Held at the Gawler Sport and Recreation Centre on Nixon Terrace, gates open at 6.30am and Bob encourages the public to get in before lunch to avoid disappointment. Bob said, “The swap meet isn’t restricted to cars or car parts. If mum is cleaning out the kitchen or the kids want to get rid of some toys, then bring them along”. The Gawler Auto Swap Meet has been running for over 25 years and is organised

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DATE CHANGE: Gawler Auto Swap Meet organiser Bob Perry (right) told Ray Hockey and Triple Bfm listners on Thursday, the annual event date has changed. by the Gawler Veteran Vintage and Classic Vehicles Club. Bob explained auto enthusiasts come from as far as Queensland for this once a year jumble sale of whole vehicle, parts, gadgets and widgets. “You’ll find parts for just about any car ever

made or at least someone who will know where you can get them.” “It’s worth the money just to mingle with the characters who arrive with their trucks and trailers of treasures at 5am.” For more details, contact Bob Perry 0418 821 944.

Show book launch MARK September 12, 7.30pm, on your calendar as the Kapunda and Light Agriculture Society Inc host their show book launch. The evening, held inside the town’s Soldiers Memorial Hall, Hill Street, is an opportunity for the public to preview this year’s show book before its release. The event will include the announcement of the Kapunda High School student who designed the book’s cover. There will also be a reflection of the previous year’s nominee for the

achiever award, Roly Hughes. Guest speaker is Jess Ruciack, who was the Rural Ambassador in 2009 and runner up for the state at the 2010 Royal Adelaide Show. Jess will speak about the study tour of New Zealand she took as part of her prize. The 2011 Kapunda Show patron, the Hazel Family, will be introduced. This is the family’s 101st year of involvement with the show. A light supper will be provided and entry is a gold coin donation.

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FEDERAL member for Wakefield Nick Champion is urging schools, parents and other people in the Gawler and Barossa regions to have their say about school funding. Four independent reports addressing school resources, processes, funding models, challenges and opportunities have been made public. And now the federal government is seeking the community’s views on them. “The research reports look at some of the opportunities and challenges in our education system and provide some suggestions on the way forward,” Mr Champion said. “We want to put in place a system of funding

which is fair, transparent, sustainable and effective at delivering great educational outcomes for all students. “This is a once-in-a-generation chance to develop a fair funding system which will benefit schools and students in the Gawler and Barossa Valley regions and I encourage interested community members and groups to make a submission to the review panel.” Submissions close on September 30. For more information, or to obtain a copy of the reports, visit the website: Pages/PaperCommissionedResearch.aspx.

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THE Federal Government’s new Research and Development Tax Credit will help local businesses invest in the future, says federal member for Wakefield Nick Champion. Mr Champion said the credit increases research and development support for small firms to 15 cents in the dollar and increases support for all other firms to 10 cents in the dollar. “This is a great opportunity for local businesses,” he said. “We have some great, creative firms in the Wakefield electorate and the Tax Credit will help them invest in research and development and create jobs.” The legislation was passed in parliament last month. It will apply retrospectively from July 1, 2011. Mr Champion said the two core components of the credit are a 45 per cent refundable research and development tax credit for small firms with turnover of less than $20 million and a 40 per cent nonrefundable research and development tax credit for all other firms. For more information visit

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Raffaele for rights GAWLER resident Raffaele Piccolo recently returned from Holland where he attended the Amnesty International (AI) biannual international conference. Mr Piccolo (pictured, left) is a committee member of the South Australian and Northern Territory branch of AI. About 400 delegates from across the world attended. At 22, Mr Piccolo was the youngest delegate from Australia. He said the conference aimed to determine the future direction of AI and how the organisation could have the greatest impact with limited resources. “The conference discussed how new technology, including social media, could help human rights activists around the world bring abuses to the attention of governments,” he said. “It was a real honour to be part of an event that can make a huge difference to the lives of many across the world.”

Wine win Burge Wines, said the trophy had special significance for him and the team at the winery. “Being judged against your regional and state peers is always the best test for your wines,” he said. “We all make such fantastic Shiraz in South Australia - it’s an honour to see the Filsell come out above the rest.”


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been severe food shortages now for some years in many countries. Ongoing famine in North Korea and now severe famine in Africa are just a couple of examples. Russia and China have lost their grain crops. Texas is in severe drought. This is a time to return to basics. Money will soon be worthless if there is no food to buy. This nation will be ruined if we continue along this track and we need to oppose this scheme which lacks foresight to say the least. The carbon tax is supposedly to preserve the planet for future generations yet we continue to abuse it. Minerals are important for life but not at the expense of food. Our Creator God Whose Name is YHVH, has given direction for how to live well in his Word. It’s time to turn back to Him acknowledging our sinfulness and seeking His help and wisdom from above. Pamela Oelsnik Tanunda Wind power I must agree with Mr Steve Cooke (Herald, August 17) that wind power is a sensible alternative to coal-fired power stations, however if the proposed Pacific Hydro, Keyneton /

Eden Valley project is successful, the character of the area will be changed forever. The late Sir Hans Heysen may have loved to paint the trees and hills, but I bet 100 per cent he wouldn’t have wanted to paint the scenes with wind tower turbines in place - anywhere. From many points, the view to the east of Keyneton (the area where the proposed project is to be sited) is certainly a beautiful sight, and if one stands on the plains near Sedan or Cambrai and looks to the west, the range is still awe-inspiring; why would we want to “mess it up”? There is much unhappiness among residents in our small but well populated area regarding the project, which I would consider is simply a “least cost” option for a Victorian company. If our Prime Minister is fair dinkum about renewable energy and fair dinkum about looking after all Australians during the process of achieving her aim, then she should, right now, have a bill passed in Parliament to ensure an exclusion zone of 10 kilometres radius around any proposed wind factory project. This action would prevent these types of projects succeeding in more densely populated

“suburban country” areas. Australia is a vast country, so why has there been the necessity to have these projects close to townships? The Eyre Peninsula alone has in excess of 74,000 square kilometres of sparsely populated areas, where many required exclusion zones could be found, even for much larger projects, which would no doubt benefit farmers in sometimes less than reliable rainfall areas. The company, Electranet, has already constructed major transmission lines on Eyre Peninsula, so obviously “see” a future for increased activity in that area, and Macquarie Bank already have a report circulating, and are keen to be involved in some activities on the Eyre Peninsula; and the nearby Nullarbor has an area of 200,000 square kilometres, where thousands of turbines could be sited - “all too expensive”, say the proponents of the Keyneton/Eden Valley project. Were costs and times easier when the Sydney Harbour Bridge was constructed? Were costs and times easier when the north/south telegraph line and the east/west railway line were constructed? Sooner or later we will all have to accept that major

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SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 11 LUTHERAN CHURCH PARISHES Angaston Parish: Angaston: 8.45am, 10.30am HC; Penrice: 9.30am LR; Keyneton: 9am HC; Eden Valley: 10am LR; Springton: 11am HC. Bethany-Tabor Parish: Tabor: 9.45am HC. 10.45am Funday Sunday Service @ Tan Oval. Cambrai Parish: Cambrai: 9.30am R; Sedan: 11am P; Stonefield: 9am P. Eudunda Parish: Eudunda: 10.30am HC; Neales Flat: 9am HC. Freeling Parish: 10.30am Parish Picnic & Service at Stockport Recreation Park. Gawler: Zion, Pastor Geoff Havelberg, Ph 8523 1929, 22B Cowan St, Gawler. 8.45am Trad M, 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; Gnadenfrei: 9am LR, 9.45am SS; Greenock: 10.30am HC, Hosting Berri Congregation + Lunch, 9.45am JAM. Kapunda Parish: Kapunda: 9am Pr; Allen’s Creek: 10am R; Bethel: 10.30am HC. Langmeil Parish: 8.45amTrad HC, 10.45am Funday Sunday Service at Tanunda Oval. Light Pass Immanuel Parish: Light Pass: 10.30am; Stockwell: 9am; Dutton: No Service. Light Pass Strait Gate: Light Pass: 10.30am (Seminarian Greg Page); Gruenberg: 10am R SS; Truro: 9am (Seminarian Greg Page), SS. Lyndoch Parish: Lyndoch: 10.30am Lay Morning Praise; Rowland Flat: 9am Lay Morning Praise. Nuriootpa: St Petri: 10am One Service Only at Redeemer School, BBQ & Picnic; Holy Trinity: 8.30am Mod; Ebenezer: Bus Trip - No Service at St John’s; Neukirch: 10am Mod HC.

investments will be necessary to achieve adequate alternative power, but not at the expense of the simple and basic right to happiness of local families, on their own land and in their own homes. Christine Diotti Keyneton New business When the old Tanunda Library building was bought earlier this year by an enterprising young Barossan partnership, the word was that they would focus on the region’s artisan roots and create a showcase for Barossa wine and food. Small, local craftsmen and women will have their own point-of-sale and cellar door. Ten young, nextgeneration, local wine producers are participating and their wines will be tasted together with Barossa food specialities made by other young, local artisans. This “all Barossa” collaboration encourages small-scale local ventures, helps to diversify truly regional offerings and flavours, enriches our lives, and attracts more visitors. I understand that Food Barossa, the Barossa Grape and Wine Association and the Regional Development Board are all enthusiastic about this initiative. Small

businesses in Tanunda seem to be in favour too. It will be a more intimate, pokies-free alternative for those who are daunted by the atmosphere of clubs and pubs. Many people see it as a way of bringing more variety to Tanunda’s main street and, most vital for our future, a way of encouraging enterprising young Barossans to develop their talents while staying in the Barossa. So, why the delay in opening? It seems that a couple of big local businesses are objecting and laying obstacles at every step, thus inhibiting any attempt to vary and broaden the region’s offerings and provide a richer Barossa experience for everyone. Their businesses are in no danger from such a small enterprise and it could enhance their customerbase in the long run. Can nothing be done to stop this vicious and smallminded action? It is disappointing that such a mean attitude still prevails when we all need to pull together to ensure that the Barossa survives as a unique and wonderful place for everyone. What do other people think? Paddy Carter Tanunda

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Robertstown Parish: Point Pass: 8.30am HC; Geranium Plain: 10am LR; Robertstown: 10.30am HC. St John’s Parish: St J: 9am Devotion. 10.45am Funday Sunday Service at Tanunda Oval. St Paul’s Parish: Gdb: 8.45am T HC. 10.45am Funday Sunday Service at Tanunda Oval. Tanunda Lutheran Home: Worship 10.30am. Peace Evangelical Lutheran Church: Sundays 10am W, Nuri Senior Cits Cent, Pastor M Rosenzweig. Phone: 8563 1310. ANGLICAN CHURCH Anglican Parish of Barossa: Angaston: 10am MP JH; Nuriootpa: 9.30am MP; Tanunda: 8.30am HC SdK; Lyndoch: 10am HC SdK; Williamstown: 10am HC PB. Kapunda Anglican Parish: Back to Church Sunday at: Christ Church, Kapunda: 9.15am HC and Baptism; 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 Graetz; Tanunda: 11am Graetz; Angaston: 11am Brian Smith; Truro: 9am Brian Smith. Light Pass: Not supplied. Gawler Parish:Gawler: 9.30am Littleford, 5pm Littleford; Sandy Creek: 9am HC van Dyk; Williamstown: 10am Edwards. Kersbrook: 10am. Enquiries: 8389 3114. 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.

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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. 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.

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Mining versus food GOVERNMENTS, by allowing monopolies to reign supreme, have made it so difficult for farmers to make a decent living and provide for their families. Along with the natural elements impacting their livelihood they have now left the land in droves and many have sold out to foreign investors. Now we have an unelected Gillard government determined to allow Australia’s best agricultural land to be mined ‘because what’s underneath belongs to the people’. Foreigners now own many of these farms and the minerals will be taken back to their lands and we are left with ravaged land and our precious underground water resources vastly reduced. This is absolute hypocrisy by the government, who on the one hand are penalising mines for producing carbon to pay those same countries compensation for their emissions, while on the other hand are willing to sacrifice our daily bread for the huge royalties in their coffers. Australia has provided good food for our own nation and for many other countries. We have been blessed and we have been a blessing. We know that there have

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Wednesday, September 7, 2011 - Page 12 - The Herald, Barossa Valley

Play your part THE display of coloured silhouettes of children located on the corner of Murray and Kapunda streets, Nuriootpa, is a reminder to motorists and pedestrians it’s National Child Protection Week. This annual initiative, driven by The Barossa Domestic Action Group, urges the public to take action and protect children from abuse and neglect. The group has also placed another display at Pioneer Park, Gawler. According to Nuriootpa’s Senior Sergeant Martin Kennedy, the coloured display represent the many types of abuse against children, including physical, mental, sexual abuse and neglect. The focus for this year is ‘Play Your Part’ which shows all Australians the different ways they can be involved. LEFT: Nuriootpa’s Senior Sergeant Martin Kennedy, Senior Constable Neil Bailey and Liz Schiller from Families SA, Gawler.

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He said, “More than 30,000 children are abused or neglected each year in Australia and as part of National Child Protection week (September 4 to 11), a new YouTube channel will be launched to showcase what people are doing to reduce and prevent future harm.” For further details, visit A NAPCAN (National Association for the Protection of Child Abuse and Neglect) survey of over 21,000 Australians showed less than half would take appropriate action to protect a child if confronted with clear indications of abuse or neglect. Many said they wanted to help but didn’t know how. Another highlight to the week is NAPCAN’S ‘Love Bites’ program, aimed at 14 to 17-year-olds, which aims to break the intergenerational cycle of family violence, and the increasing rates of sexual assault by supporting young people to develop respectful relationships. To help, phone 131 478.




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Service station fire A 44-YEAR-OLD man caused about $60,000 worth of damage after he allegedly sprayed his vehicle with petrol and set it alight at a Willaston service station on Thursday. The incident occurred at about 4am on Main North

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The new system will provide the driver with a reference number and a copy of their report, which is required by their insurance company. Superintendent Paul Dickson says most collisions are reported at police stations. “There are about 53,000 collisions annually across South Australia and 78 per cent are reported at police stations.” “Of these, about 32,000 collisions fall below the new reporting threshold of $3000 and do not involve an injury.” “While drivers are not legally required to report these collisions to police, most choose to do so for insurance purposes.” “This initiative will not affect the types of collisions police attend nor the way more serious collisions are recorded.” “Also, where a driver specifically wants police to take a report, where a driver does not have internet access, or English is not their usual language, staff at police stations will still take the report.” For more details, checkout the internet link

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prescribed concentration of alcohol with a reading of 0.056 and driving while disqualified. The vehicle was seized. THEFTS • An iron gate was removed and stolen from a property on Rosebank Groths Road, Mt Pleasant, between August 26 and 27. • Copper piping was stolen from a business premises on Ashwell Road, Templers, between August 27 and 28. • A man drove off from a Gawler service station without making payment after filling his vehicle with about $70 worth of fuel on September 1. • A rear number plate was stolen from a vehicle parked on Jennifer Street, Evanston Park, between August 27 and 29. PROPERTY DAMAGE • Two buildings in Tanunda, one on Murray Street and the other on Jane Place, had windows and lights smashed, between September 2 and 3. • Gates were damaged to an oval at Freeling, between September 3 and 4. ASSAULT • A Gawler East victim was assaulted by four males on September 4. The victim received bruising, lacerations and cracked teeth. Further enquiries are continuing by the Gawler Patrols.


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ARRESTS • Barossa Police arrested a 16year-old Craigmore youth in relation to the break-in and theft of motorcycles from a motorcycle shop on August 25. The youth was a member of a group involved in the robbery at Willaston and was arrested at the time of the theft when the van, the group were using, caught fire. A 21-year-old man, two 17-yearold youths and a 16-year-old youth all from Craigmore, together with a 16-year-old youth from Davoren Park and a 17-year-old from Andrews Farm have all been arrested and charged with aggravated serious criminal trespass, theft and illegal use. They have all been bailed to the Elizabeth Magistrates and Youth Courts. All property was recovered, however it sustained extensive fire damage. • A 22-year-old Sandy Creek man was arrested by the Gawler Police on September 4 for a first instant warrant. REPORTS • A Nuriootpa woman in her 20s was reported by the Nuriootpa Police on September 1 for breach of bail. • A Roseworthy man was reported on September 1 by Barossa Highway Patrols for driving while disqualified. • A Gawler man was reported on September 2 by Gawler patrols for

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illaston footballer Sam Walton has written his name into the record books being named the 2011 Schluter Medallist. The medal is awarded to the best and fairest footballer in A grade in the Barossa, Light and Gawler Football Association. Walton is yet another very worthy winner. He puts his head over the ball and wins it at no fear of injury to himself. Sam gives his all for his club and teammates and will be a key player for the Donnybrooks in this Saturday’s preliminary final - and if they make it in the grand final against Tanunda at Angaston.



While talking of awards, perhaps the Association itself deserves some commendation this year. Incidents, and the Association’s handling of them, has drawn statewide attention. During the season there have been several reports of racial vilification which were dealt with most efficiently. The Association, in conjunction with the Netball Association, had the message out to all players, spectators and club officials of what was expected. Then in the first semi-final we had the too many players on the field situation. As with last week’s editorial, the Herald, says that the rules were followed to the letter of the law and whether you agree or disagree with the call and/or penalty proper procedure was followed. So well done to the Association executive and the umpires but today, let’s salute Sam Walton, a very worthy Schluter Medallist.

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Who’s new? RIGHT: Oliver Flynn Laidlaw, son of Courtney and Bevan of Nuriootpa, was born on August 11 at Tanunda Hospital, weighing 8lb 12oz (3980g). He is a brother for Matilda, a grandchild for Sally Bignell of Tanunda and Paul and Carole Laidlaw of Sydney, a great grandchild for Dianne and Arnold Sonntag of Tanunda, Val and Brian Barclay of New Zealand, Kevin and Maymee Laidlaw of New Zealand and Graeme Bignell of Glenelg North, and a great, great grandchild of Nelly Helbig of Tanunda and Jean Robertson of New Zealand.

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Sweets of May a musical treat

Cosmic Storm John Yacka and Judy Higgins, both from Gawler, and Steve Gregory, from Roseworthy, team up with Kevin Perks, from Adelaide, as the band Cosmic Storm. The band members and good friends will appear at Café Nova, Gawler, Friday September 16 from 9.30pm. They officially launched their debut album ‘Nobody’s Fool’ at the Adelaide Festival Centre in 2010. The band describes the music as essentially punchy roots rock. Tickets are $10 and for further details, visit Pictured (above, from left) are Kevin Perks, bass guitar, vocals; Judy Higgins, vocals, guitar; Steve Gregory, guitar and John Yacka, drums.

IF YOU’RE an admirer of classical music then be sure to book your seat to The Sweets of May - Jane Austen in the Garden. The Barossa Council Library hosts the concert of music from the Austen family music collection on Sunday, September 18, at Seppeltsfield Winery. The concert features Gillian Dooley, soprano; Fiona McCauley, piano and Chris Rawlinson on violin. Songs performed will come from renowned musicians including Handel, Thomas Arne, Charles Dibdin, Stephen Storace, James Hook and William Shield. Admission is $20, which includes high tea, with wine available for purchase by the glass. The concert will be held at the gazebo garden near the winery’s historic dining hall and begins at 2pm. Bookings are essential by phoning 8563 8440. For more details, contact The event is sponsored by The Barossa Council, Seppeltsfield Winery and Barossa Music Centre, Tanunda.



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initiative of VJ Entertainment, run by musicians Jamie and Vicki Blechynden from Tanunda. In the past the couple has worked to bring a brilliant mix of musicians to the stage of The Barossa Regional Gallery, off Basedow Road, Tanunda. The concerts are a chance for the public to sit back, with table settings provided, and bring their own supper. Wines are on sale by David Franz. Tickets are $30 per person and are available through Barossa Music Centre, Murray Street, Tanunda or by phoning 0417 084 191.

Vice Patron of the Metropolitan Male Voice Choir is Gawler identity Max Fatchen, and members of the choir - John Hill and Ron Sweetman are also from Gawler. Functions manager John Williams co-ordinates concerts held at small nursing homes to the Adelaide Town Hall and the Festival Centre. Tickets for the show are $15. For more details, contact STARplex on 8522 0622.




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Reduced mobility can be distressing and can make simple everyday tasks stressful. The qualified caring team at Terry White Chemist, Gawler, can assist you with Independent Living Aids to best suit your needs.

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Candlelight’s Barossa flavour MUSIC duo Cloudy Davey and Gian Wagland, will launch the release of their album at the next Candlelight Concert in Tanunda. The Barossa couple that forms ‘Free Genie’ look forward to the celebration of their album, titled ‘The war against sleep’ on Saturday, September 17 from 7pm. This dynamic husband and wife outfit is bound together, not just in marriage, but in their approach to song writing and the common influences that they draw from. The debut album is a nostalgic


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Behind the acid test Efforts to avoid or neutralise acidic foods might only burn dieters later on, writes Rachel Browne.


ts supporters claim it can reduce weight, curb inflammatory conditions and even help overcome cancer, while its detractors say it’s yet another fad diet aimed at parting consumers with their cash. The alkaline diet, also referred to as the pH diet, is the latest eating plan to take the alternative health sector by storm and has been embraced by celebrities such as Kirsten Dunst, Anna Faris and selfhelp guru Anthony Robbins. Pioneered by American health entrepreneur Robert O. Young, the diet operates on the idea that eating too many acid-forming foods, such as meat and dairy, puts stress on the body, leads to weight gain, exacerbates inflammation and can cause the condition acidosis. The theory goes that we can ‘‘alkalise’’ our bodies by consuming a greater proportion of alkaline foods, such as green vegetables. There are plenty of products on the market to help achieve this, from recipe books to chlorophyll supplements and alkalising water ionisers. But do we really need to alkalise our acid-washed bodies? Well, no,

according to associate professor in nutrition and health education at the University of Sydney, Dr Jennifer O’Dea. Blood pH is regulated to stay within the narrow range of 7.35 to 7.45, making it slightly alkaline. ‘‘The acidity or alkalinity of the human body is maintained within very tight control by the stomach acid, gall bladder, liver and kidneys – any rise or fall in acidity or alkalinity is quickly managed,’’ Dr O’Dea says. ‘‘The idea that food can be acid or alkaline is irrelevant because the stomach acid regulates this.’’ A dietitian with the Dietitians Association of Australia, Tania Ferraretto, described the alkaline diet as yet another fad that would not be sustainable in the long term. ‘‘I don’t support the supposed science behind this diet,’’ she says. ‘‘I can’t think of any

reason why you should eat alkaline foods and eliminate acidic foods. It will mean people miss out on essential nutrients such as calcium, iron and zinc, which are really important. ‘‘Women are usually the targets of these sorts of diets and they tend to be low in calcium and iron anyway. ‘‘It would be dangerous to try to do this diet long term because of those nutritional deficiencies.’’ However, therapeutic chef Sam Gowing believes the alkaline diet might have some benefits. She says most people consume too much meat and not enough greens as it is and any increase in vegetable intake is a positive thing. ‘‘If we eat too many acid-forming foods – that includes some grains, animal flesh, alcohol – we get a build-up of acid in the body and that will cause things like heartburn and indigestion, which places stress on the body,’’ Gowing says. ‘‘Ideally, our diet should be 80 per cent alkaline and 20 per cent acidic. But it’s the opposite for most people.’’ In Australia, the diet is

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Striking a balance promoted by the family of the late Melbourne chiropractor Annie Guillet, who followed the eating plan after being diagnosed with inflammatory breast cancer in 2009. She used the principles established by Young, whose website claims he has ‘‘devoted his life to researching the true cause of disease’’ and for 25 years has been ‘‘recognised as one of the top research scientists in the world’’. What his site doesn’t note is that he has been investigated by the US National Council Against Health Fraud as well as leading US consumer website

ALKALINE FOODS Alfalfa, asparagus, almonds, brussels sprouts, broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, celery, cucumber, garlic, lettuce, onion, peas, spinach, zucchini, carrot, potatoes, avocado, tomato, tofu and olive oil. ACID FOODS Beef, chicken, eggs, ocean fish, organ meat, oysters, pork, veal, cream, hard cheese, homogenised milk, bread, butter, margarine, artificial sweeteners, chocolate, white sugar, beer, coffee, spirits and wine. Source: Balance Ph,

DID YOU KNOW that many have been Selecting a trainer isdiseases personal It’s an intimateto andyour unique body becoming too acidic? linked relationship - one that

CURRENT AIDS SCHIZOPHRENIA SCIENTISTS have shown that mild electrical stimulation of the brain can help treat people with schizophrenia. Using a technique called transcranial direct current stimulation (TDCS), Neuroscience Research Australia scientists found brain function in schizophrenics improved after the stimulation was applied for 20 minutes. The technique involves a mild electrical current being transmitted to the brain through electrodes.

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KEEP YOUR SLEEP CONSTANT BROKEN sleep may partly explain the memory loss associated with ageing, Alzheimer’s and alcoholism, a US study suggests. Using a technique that controls brain cells with light, scientists have demonstrated the link between sleep and memory in mice. Working at the cellular level, fragmenting sleep made it harder for mice to remember familiar objects, showing that sleep continuity, rather than the quality or amount of sleep, was important for memory.

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IGNORING FLATTENING FIGURES DISPLAYING calorie information on menus in chain restaurants does encourage healthy eating – but only for one in six people, or those who paid attention to them, a New York study has shown. Results in the British medical journal BMJ indicated that people who ignored the numbers or didn’t see them, ordered whatever they wanted, regardless of how fattening it was. On any given visit, customers who looked at the calorie counts generally ordered about 100 fewer calories than those who didn’t.

meet them. He or she should be polite, appropriately dressed, informed and focused exclusively on you and you only. If they start to you about what’s going in their but pile on the kilos anyway, may beon right, the "toxic Every day our bodies wage a private war againsttalking or takingofmobile callscarbohydrate while environment" Westernphone diets causes moulds, yeasts, bacteria, viruses and fungi. It hasworld then it’s time to move on. andtraining, sugar addictions and hormonal imbalances that been demonstrated that an acidic body environmentyou’re whole philosophy personal training encourage overeating ofofthe foods which cause the encourages the breeding of fungus, mould, bacteria The is that the workouts should be designed for problems. How can you win the war on acidity, and viruses. you and your body. The more questions your obesity and diabetes if you cannot control this Our immune systems are becoming weaker and over-trainer asks about you, the more likely he or addiction? taxed in this war. she will be able to be prescriptive in their The collision of what bodies are naturally geared regimen. Ask our some of their existing Even a mildly acidic body over many years maytraining for with questionable nutritional if thethe trainer routinely goes toqualities great of result in such problems as cardiovascular damage,clients “fake”tofoods may underlie of needs the chronic understand their many clients’ weight gain, obesity and diabetes, bladder & kidneylengths issues. of our population. conditions, immune deficiency, acceleration of freeanddiseases trainers charge session, Statistics show that per if we don’t and stop usuingesting radical damage, premature aging, osteoporosis; weak, Most offer a discount for 10 20 prepaid our children andortheir children seswill have brittle bones, hip fracture & bone spurs, joint pain,allychemicals Before you commit, to buy three severely compromised life offer expectancy. aching muscles and lactic acid buildup, low energysions. sessions at full price, with a view to upgradand chronic fatigue. prevent diseases developing? ing Can andyou paying thelifestyle balance for 10from or 20 sesThere are many contributing factors to over-aciditysions, you’re bothlifestyle happy. diseases, once you have Canif you reverse including stress, worry, lack of sleep and Which brings me to aone? sensitive point: I have been diagnosed with environmental pollution but the reason acidosis is sosacked clients in the past because they have Where do you start? common in our society is mostly due to our diet,continually rescheduled or cancelled apBy alkalising your body! The most which is far too high in acid-producing foods and farpointments, or ignored my advice and nourishing then alkaline foods are anature's greens so - spirulina, too low in alkaline-producing living foods. complained about lack ofsuper progress, be barley and wheat grass powders, alongside an The “Standard Western Diet” is extremely poor &prepared to commit to your side of the barintelligent diet of fresh, raw, natural whole food and acidic in general. Processed, cooked, deep fried, fast,gain, too. The relationship with your trainer alkaline water. convenient, snack foods which are full of sugar, salt,is unique (I know - I have one myself ) and it should be based on mutual respect farprocessed more important issues than whether or daily exercise and good adviceand fromanpeople fats, flavourings, additives, colourings, Get some we’reasall busy, and want not your trainer is a containing boy or a girl. who specialisethat in health a whole. preservatives, in fact very little nutritionalunderstanding Importantly, though, you need to get a the best for each other. That quality of relavalue, devoid of any life giving nutrients. Your health andthe weight take care of itself! delivers bestwill results. good energy from a trainer when you first tionship People who claim they don’t eat enough to get fat,

Did you know that you can win the war against the modern diseases of our generaon? How acidic are you? Drop in to Go Vita and pick up your Free pH Test and info pack, including 2 delicious alkalising recipes to get you started!


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A piece of history An original family homestead and outbuildings are amazing. See Domain P3. FRIDAY 9TH SEPTMEBER BAROSSA REAL ESTATE SPRINGTON 22 Williamstown Road..................3:45 – 4:15pm



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HOMBURG REAL ESTATE DAVEYSTON Lot 614 Old Sturt Highway ...........1:00 – 1:30pm NURIOOTPA 28 Buna Terrace............................2:45 – 3:15pm NURIOOTPA 6 New Road ..................................3:30 – 4:00pm NURIOOTPA 11 Second Street ..........................4:15 – 4:45pm


FIRST NATIONAL BAROSSA GREENOCK 44 Konke Street.........................12:00 – 12:30pm GREENOCK 34 Barkey Street...........................12:40 – 1:10pm NURIOOTPA 2 Furnell Street .............................1:30 – 2:15pm TANUNDA 20 Hamdorf Court ............................2:30 – 3:00pm TANUNDA 25 Aughey Street..............................3:10 – 3:40pm

HOMBURG REAL ESTATE BETHANY Lot 875 Bethany Road ....................12:30 – 1:00pm EDEN VALLEY 57 Main Road ............................1:30 – 2:00pm

ADELAIDE RURAL REAL ESTATE LYNDOCH 78 Gilbert Street ...........................11:00 – 11:45am EUDUNDA 46 Barwell Street .............................1:00 – 1:45pm GREENOCK 4 Barons Court...............................2:30 – 3:15pm BAROSSA REAL ESTATE ANGASTON 7 Dean Street .............................10:30 – 11:00am STOCKWELL 18 Mattner Road ......................11:15 – 11:45am STOCKWELL 29 Stockwell Road ...................12:00 – 12:30pm ALTONA 19 Wilhelm Street ...............................2:00 – 2:15pm LYNDOCH 10 Gilbert Street ...............................3:00 – 3:30pm

STOCKWELL Lot 393 Stockwell Road ...............2:30 – 3:00pm SEPPELTSFIELD 115B Seppeltsfield Road ........2:30 – 3:00pm TANUNDA 10 Barossa Valley Highway...............3:15 – 4:00pm TANUNDA 15 Edinburgh Avenue .......................4:15 – 5:00pm

JULIE TOTH REAL ESTATE PENRICE 30-32 Salem Road ...........................12:30 – 1:15pm EBENEZER Lot 102 Belvidere Road ...................1:45 – 2:30pm

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Something for all the family AN INDIVIDUALLY-designed house on almost two acres, in a quiet rural setting at Altona, only minutes to Lyndoch and a 10-minute drive to Tanunda is a real find. This beautifully-presented home has ample room for a family, offering four bedrooms plus a study and two living areas. The formal sunken lounge has a built-in bar, gas heating, built-in shelving and a large picture window affording views of the leafy front garden. Step up into the dining room for dinner with friends or a simple family meal, it’s ideal for either. The timber kitchen has a pantry and dish drawer dishwasher as well as good storage and bench space and great views of the patio and rear garden. The adjoining family room is another welcoming spot with a cosy slow-combustion heater and split-system air-conditioner. A well-designed layout allows adult privacy with the study, master suite including walkin robe and renovated ensuite, and formal living areas at one end of the house. At the other end are the three remaining bedrooms, all with built-in robes, the family bathroom and laundry. Viewing of this property, priced at $530,000, is highly recommended. Contact Peter Fairweather from Barossa Real Estate on 0415 625 420 to arrange a viewing. RLA1997.

ABOVE: The Altona house (left) and at right is the undercover entertaining area, perfect for a balmy summer night. BELOW: Cook up a storm in the spacious kitchen (left) then eat in style in the dining room, pictured right.


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



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4 bedrooms + study / 2 bathrooms / 3 car garaging More than 359m2 luxury living space. Classic design with contemporary features. Exquisite soft furnishings and décor. This home offers many extras including great entertainment areas inside and out. Land size approximately 1156m2. Agent: Myriam Bultsma 0427 392 819

4 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / 4 car garaging A picture perfect setting in the centre of Angaston. Beautifully restored, modernised and extended. New main bthrm with spa bath. Huge covered alfresco entertaining area. Double carport and lge gge, ample rainwater & gorgeous gardens on huge 2015m2 allotment. Agent: Peter Fairweather 0415 825 420

LYNDOCH - $285,000

KAPUNDA - $455,000

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This stylish well-appointed home oozes the “feel good” factor! Featuring 4 dbl brms all with BIR`s, main with dbl WIR & ens with bath & dbl basins. 3 lge o/plan living areas, incl. home theatre with in-wall surround sound system.Well-equipped mod kitchen with bfast bar, study or 5th brm, ducted heating & cooling, extra-long dbl gge with access to dining area. Security shutters on all external doors & windows. All on a big block of approx. 1200m2. Agent: Myriam Bultsma 0427 392 819


Set on 2023m2 allotment this home has just what you are looking for, with 4 double bedrooms, ensuite and walk-in robe, plus built in robes to the other 3 bedrooms, separate lounge room, central kitchen, family room, meals area, 3-way bathroom, double garage under main roof, ducted evap cooling , rainwater tanks, large orchard, black walnut trees, & all the gardens are on a dripper system to make life easier. Agent: : Sue Schugmann 0419 850 408

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Set on lge blk of more than 2 acres in the resid zone of the township. This vibrant family home consists of 5 brms & is very comfortable thanks to the use of Feng-Shui design.With 3 o/plan living areas,WIR & ens to master brm & direct access to dbl gge.Tiling & soft furnishings in neutral tones. Comb heat & ducted evap A/C plus R/C split system. Great investment for potential subdiv (subject to approval). A must to inspect! Agent: Myriam Bultsma 0427 392 819


Spacious 3 bedroom family home with separate lounge room, Kitchen overlooking Dining, walk in Pantry with lots of Cupboard space. Ducted R/C Air Conditioning. Low Maintenance gardens. Garage under main roof with access into the home. Second Driveway for Caravan and within walking distance to Main Street. Be quick for this quality home. Agent: : Sue Schugmann 0419 850 408

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4 bedrooms + study / 2 bathrooms Large family home with 4 brms plus study. Fml lnge & sep dining room, timber kitchen with dish-draw dishwasher. Family room with a large picture window. Ducted cooling, gas & wood heating + s/s a/c. Half-court tennis court on approx. 7890m2 allot. Extensive shedding & landscaped gdns. Don’t miss out on this great home! Agent: Peter Fairweather 0415 825 420

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Property Manager Anne Johansson 8563 3511

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104 Murray St, Tanunda RLA 1997


Real Estate Liftout PROPERTY OF THE WEEK

Affordable family home

Historic homestead QUALITY: The brick-veneer house on Kapunda’s northern boundaries on a good-size allotment.

HISTORIC: The Graetz family homestead at Keyneton. DATING from around the mid1800s this 10-acre property boasts the original Graetz family homestead and outbuildings at Pennys Road, Keyneton. The amazing old homestead is in good condition with most of the original character features having been retained. Some of the upgrades include rewiring, roofing, heating and enhancements to the kitchen with the addition of a gas range. The house presents as a threebedroom residence with a family bathroom, formal lounge and dining, open fireplaces and lofty ceilings. This is a great house for entertaining too with a Tuscaninspired walled courtyard, beautiful cottage garden, delightful covered alfresco dining patio, fish ponds and paving. As an added bonus the property also offers a separate selfcontained cottage that would work well as a bed and breakfast. It includes a delightful modern bathroom, separate double bedroom, an enclosed dining area or games room and a large cellar. Amazingly the property also offers another remodelled freestanding building that could be used for further accommodation and there’s also a glass enclosed space that is perfect for a games or music room. Other major improvements include a four-bay machinery shed,

At a glance... Where: 1 Pennys Road, Keyneton. Price: $550,000. View: By appointment. Agent: First National Barossa. RLA: 201208. Contact: Vaughn Pairman on 8562 2883 or 0414 709 918.

shearing shed, old dairy, stables and a huge old barn in great condition. Rainwater tanks are plentiful and there is also a bore that is suitable for stock. In addition there are some raised vegetable gardens, a poultry run and some fruit trees allowing you to grow a lot of your own produce. The 10 acres are split into four paddocks making it very manageable while the views of the rolling countryside are just beautiful. There is no doubt that this wonderful property provides the opportunity to secure an historic home and to enjoy a wonderful country lifestyle close to Angaston and all that the Barossa Valley has to offer. Your inspection is highly recommended and a viewing time can be arranged by contacting Vaughn Pairman at First National Barossa.

SITUATED on the edge of Kapunda’s northern boundaries is this solid brick-veneer home with a tiled roof. It is on a 2252 square metre block over two titles circa 1984. There is bitumen road frontage, extensive gardens and it is set back from the main road. Mixing the best of both worlds the owner has town facilities with a rural outlook. The fully-established gardens lead to a very well-presented three good-sized bedroom home.

The house is equipped with a combustion heater, plus a splitsystem air conditioner and evaporative cooler. Features on the inside include linen storage in hallway, fantastic lights in the fully-tiled bathroom and ceiling fans. Reasonably new carpets are also a highlight with all floor coverings in good condition. Outside, there are security doors and window screens, a walled outdoor courtyard area and extensive car parking

provision. Mains water is connected and there are 6000 gallons of rainwater with pressure pump. There is extensive shedding, a tool shed and a wood/ man’s shed. Established fruit trees are another bonus. This is a good quality house situated on the edge of town and priced to sell at $299,500. Near offers will be considered. Inspection by appointment only. Call David from Hambours on 8566 2209. RLA150685.

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HOME AMONG THE GUM TREES. Appealing t/f extensively-renovated 3 brm home on 7acres with shedding. Named ‘Avalon’ & located handy to Kapunda. Featuring new kitchen, dbl doors to dining area, lnge with c/h, a clawfoot bath & good sized lndry. Outside features include 6mx8m vdah, extensive paving & lighting. Main shed has high roof 9mx6m with shipping container workshop fully equipped with pwr board, shelving & benches, the list goes on. Asking $430,000

7 Halkett St. Pristine 3 bedrm Hardiplex t/fr home on 2200m2 block (on 2 allots) in a quiet street in Robertstown. Added features including front & rear verandahs, combustion heater, air conditioning and second outside toilet. There is ample shedding to cater for most hobbies including wash room facilities in one shed. RLA150685 Asking $195,000



GAWLER STREET Perfect family house of generous proportions, centrally located, built by Distinctive Homes on a quiet sealed road. 900m2 block, within walking distance to main street facilities and both schools.The home features double remote roller door carport attached to house, formal lounge, generous open-plan kitchen overlooking meals/family room. Outside is 12mx6m galvanised iron shed with mezzanine storage area and a concrete floor. RLA 150685. Price Reduced - Asking $369,950

No. 3 & No.7 Harriet St, Kapunda. Modern 2 bedroom open plan b/v homes approx. 3 years old. No. 3 is on approx. 390m2 and No. 7 is on approx. 265m2. Both are available vacant possession. Contact David now! RLA 150685. Asking $192,000 for No. 3; $187,000 for No. 7.

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

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DELIGHTFUL: The kitchen area mixes the old and the new.

Urgently Required:

• Character stone homes • Vacant acreage (large or small) WH1743842 • Hobby or income producing farms

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Suit horse lovers

ROOM TO MOVE: The house and sheds on the Ebenezer property which is ideal for horse lovers.

Rerement Living

ON THE corner of Belvidere and Ebenezer roads, 5km north of Nuriootpa is this property, ideal for a tradesman, machine operator, tipper/truck owner to use as a base. Or for the horse lovers there is the modern four-bay horse stable and three well-fenced paddocks, just bring your horses and it’s all yours to enjoy. There are very few opportunities to find such a property and enjoy a fabulous lifestyle, now is the time to acquire this prestigious location. Imagine 25 acres of tranquillity with the vines of the Barossa on your doorstep yet the city easily accessible via the Sturt Highway.

At a glance... Where: Lot 102 Belvidere Road, Ebenezer. Features: Sheds and more sheds. Price: $720,000. Open: By appointment. Agent: Julie Toth Real Estate. RLA:198199. Contact: Julie Toth on 0418 853 134 (mob) or 8562 4650 (office).

Kellet Court rerement village coages in Nuriootpa offer both comfort and style. The coages are architecturally designed to incorporate the most up to date features to make your rerement comfortable. We have 3 newly built coages on offer and if you would like to have more informaon or to view the coages then please call us on 8562 0300

The facilities are excellent including a wonderful threebedroom family house with many features with the potential to extend to five or more bedrooms. There is a beautiful timber kitchen, a large lounge room with combustion heating, a dining room, two bathrooms, ducted evaporative air conditioning and a large outdoor entertaining area with beautiful country views. Outside are huge storage sheds 50x50x16m2 (about) single span implement/storage shed, 30x30x10 (about) four-bay modern horse stable, and a 30x20 shed with electric roller door. All sheds are concreted and the power runs underground. There is 100,000 litre rainwater storage collecting all the rainwater from all the sheds and the house is piped underground; also there is mains water connected. If you’re a horse lover just bring your horses and if you are looking for large sheds for storage or workshop this property is for you. Enjoy the country lifestyle, escape the stresses of city life and enjoy rural freedom.

Original cottage

Acvely Engaged in Ageing WH1743286



... where people matter NURIOOTPA Lot 12 Greenock Road

$280,000 EBENEZER OPEN Sunday, Apr ?, 2.15-3pm


Lot 102 Belvidere Road OPEN Sunday, Sept 11th, 1.45-2.30pm


HISTORIC: The original workman’s cottage in Seppeltsfield.

Brand New Home - Finish to your Style Just built in a convenient location, walking distance to shops and the main street. Choose your floor coverings and landscaping to finish off this modern 3 bedroom residence and create your perfect lifestyle.

PENRICE 30-32 Salem Road

Start your own business! 3 bedroom residence on 25 acres with excellent shedding and stables, suit contractors.

$500,000 TANUNDA OPEN Sunday, Sept 11th, 12.30-1.15pm

Great family home. 5 Bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, family lounge, dine, family/games room, set on 4 acres with views.

5/1 College Street

$230pw FOR RENT

Well presented 2 bedroom Unit.Large kitchen with pantry, dining area, comfy lounge with bay window, plenty of built-in robes, single garage elec r/door, paved courtyard. Available now, no pets.

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8562 4650 0418 853 134

2/7 Gawler Street, Nuriootpa


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ALONG the famous avenue of palms leading to the iconic Seppeltsfield Winery and situated among the historic workmen’s cottages a little before the winery’s grand entrance is this restored and extraordinarily extended residence. It is a blissful mix of old and new, a brilliant fusion of wonderfully preserved character and stunning architectural design that sees living extend out to enjoy alfresco life on this picturesque 6930 square metre parcel, with a pine forest to the rear and breathtaking views across Seppeltsfield itself. Exquisite pressed tin walls and ceilings, polished floorboards, leadlight, original open fireplaces and sash windows combine with soaring floor-to-ceiling glass, polished concrete, stainless steel and the warmth of timber. A perfect lifestyle property, downto-earth yet sophisticated and luxurious, comfortable, practical and picturesquely positioned, a place to savour with family, friends and for enjoying life through its seasons. Return verandahs frame the symmetrical cottage and late afternoon light radiates through the brightly coloured leadlight that highlights the cottage’s entrance, splaying a warm glow across textured tin and the honeyed timber floors. Three king-size bedrooms and a separate lounge are all situated in this peaceful cottage portion of the residence, restored yet remaining highly original.

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Morning light floods in through the glassed-in lifestyle space and amazing rear extension, where views stretch out across the property to the pine forest on the hilltop boundary. Polished concrete complements the western red cedar, stainless steel and glass accents of this light-filled open-plan space and as day turns to night, down-lights and track lighting spectacularly take over. Under-floor heating features throughout this contemporary addition and lifestyle flows around the stream-lined commercial style island kitchen designed to marry entertaining, dining and food preparation with company and conversation. A trap door and solid jarrah steps access the underground wine cellar and just outside the kitchen door, lime and mandarin trees, a raised vegie plot and herb garden are at easy reach. The bathroom and laundry are superbly designed rooms to be enjoyed, both functional and beautifully modern, a sleek Tasmanian Oak partition cleverly divides the living space from the wet areas and conceals a pantry, abundant storage and computer nook. Priced at $600,000 - $620,000, this property offers a breathtaking back drop where you can start your new life, a place of natural beauty, fabulous history and immense character. Contact David Braunack of Homburg Real Estate on 0418 841 349 to experience this amazing offering.

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Enlightened life

DREAM: The light and bright Nuriootpa house offers easy family living.

GLEAMING porcelain tiles, beautiful lighting and shades of white and stone illuminate the vast living spaces within this stunning Nuriootpa house. Effortlessly easy family living is enhanced by endless space and storage, grand-sized bedrooms and bathrooms and a superbly equipped kitchen to ensure every level of living and entertaining is an enlightened experience. Just four months since completion and finished with impeccable taste, this example of the fabulous ‘Georgia Spa’ truly shines. Why wait to build when your dream home is right here, right now? Classy details feature throughout this home, from the recessed 10-foot ceilings in the double formal living space to the

areas and plantings to young shrubs and native grasses are in place. Inside, this naturally light-filled home has been finished off throughout with verticals, holland blinds and block-out curtains, ducted reverse-cycle air conditioning ensures easy comfort. All bedrooms feature built-in or walk-in robes and there’s abundant linen and laundry storage space, making it simple to achieve a home free of clutter. Designed to make the best of life this property will allow you to enjoy it all with ease. To experience this light and bright home, contact David Braunack on 0418 841 349 or Felicity Cock on 0411 456 266 both of Homburg Real Estate. Price $442,500.

twin doors that open to reveal the generous master bedroom and its resort-style ensuite. Past the walk-in cloak room, the wide entrance hall opens up to the casual living centre and to where the brilliantly stylish black and white kitchen takes centre focus in the luxuriously dimensioned lifestyle space. Beyond, a generous rumpus room caters for the activities of all age groups and sliding glass off both these second and third living areas takes life outside. The spacious yard has two zones. There’s room for a shed and children’s playground to one side and to the other, an ideal space for all-year-round outdoor entertaining with mains gas points for the barbecue. Landscaping, pathways, lawn


Colin Schwartz trading as RLA216875

Adelaide Rural Real Estate RENTALS


DUBLIN $250pw Brick veneer home on ½ acre land close to Dublin and Two Wells. Pets Neg. Avail Now! KORUNYE $280pw Timber frame home on 2 acres, 3 bedrooms, kitchen/ dining, lounge, electric appliances, R/C A/C, shed, 2 stables, fenced yard. Pet Friendly. Avail Now! MALLALA $250pw Large stone home, comprises of 3 good sized bedrooms, Good sized block. Close to schools. Avail Now! TANUNDA $230pw Neat brick home in the centre of Tanunda. This home comprises of 2 decent size bedrooms, Fully fenced yard with large shed. Pets Neg. Avail Now! TWO WELLS $245pw Neat 3 bedroom brick home. Large L shape lounge/ dining area, Kitchen overlooking dinette. Good size bedrooms, Bathroom, laundry and separate toilet. Combustion heating. Entertaining area, Large shed. Avail end Sept, Long Term Lease!


KAPUNDA 8 Oldham Street Inspection by Appointment


Lovely stone home (circa 1880) within walking distance to main st & schools. Lge approx 1650m2 allot, having 2 allots & one title. The home comprises 2 or 3 bdrms, study, lnge with bay window & R/C A/C, kitch/dining, c/h, high ornate ceilings, polished wood flrs, vdah surrounding home. Outside improvements incl workshed, dbl car shed, both rear & front access. Opportunity to create 2nd title to build a family home or investment property. WEB ID: TBA Colin Schwartz 0409 934 942

LYNDOCH Fiebig Court Inspection by Appointment

3 separately designed 3 br homes, community titled allots from 300m2-312m2. Rendered hebel walls, floor coverings, quality interior fittings r/c a/c, gas h.w.s., paved drive, landscaped front yd, fencing, Ideal first home/retirees/investors. WEB ID: 105904426 Colin Schwartz 0409 934 942



46 Barwell Street OPEN Sunday 1.00-1.45pm


LYNDOCH 78 Gilbert Street Sunday 11.00-11.45am

GREENOCK 4 Barons Court Ideal family home/tradesperson. Roomy T/F home on 2240m2, 2 titles, short drive to main st, 3 brs, office, fml lounge, spac kitchen/dine, family rm, elec apps, w.i. pantry, s/s a/c, front & rear verandahs, 2 sheds, r/w tanks, 3 phase power. WEB ID: TBA Colin Schwartz 0409 934 942


Extremely well presented family home, close proximity to bowling green & main street, 4 brms, 2 bthrms, fml lnge, formal dining, spac family room, lovely kitchen has plenty cpds, elec appl, lge 40x30x11 shed, paved driveway, well fenced. Opp to purchase a lovely home close to all facilities. WEB ID: 106356453 Colin Schwartz 0409 934 942


5 Hogan Street Inspection by Appointment

$285 -$299,000

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

Don’t miss the opportunity to buy this excellent home. Near new b/v 555m2 allot., 3 bdrms, E/S, WIR, formal lounge, spac. kitchen/dine/family rm, W.I.pantry, central bench, lge s/s a/c, garage umr, shed, ent. area. Side access,room for caravan. WEB ID: TBA Colin Schwartz 0409 934 942



Lot 58 Ford Street Inspection by Appointment

Sunday 2.30-3.15pm

EUDUNDA 46 Barwell Street Sunday 1.00-1.45pm



13 Fuller Street Inspection by Appointment

4 Barons Court OPEN Sunday 2.30-3.15pm

$525 - $555,000

Lge 5 br modern environmentally friendly family home on 2029m2. Ens & WIR to br 1, BIR brs 2,3 & 5, refurb kitchen, split level fam/mls, s/s r/c a/c, 40x20 gge w 3 ph power, a/c bathrm & kitch, 2 store sheds, paved ent area, 2 r/w tanks. WEB ID: 106356453 Colin Schwartz 0409 934 942




1 John Street Inspection by Appointment



A Division of UNIQ Homes Providing quality homes at an affordable price. Walk to main street. Well presented near new home on cnr allot approx 344m2. 3 bdrms, kitchen w elec apps, d/w, pantry, o/plan living/dine, s/s a/c, 9’ ceils, vdah, carport, lovely cottage gdn on drippers, r/w plumbed t/out home. WEB ID: 106614295 Colin Schwartz 0409 934 942

9 different plans offer 3 & 4 bedroom homes including floor coverings, concrete paths and driveway, split system a/c. Fixed price quote guaranteed completion within 26 weeks of council approval. All home ideal for family or investment.


Close to main street, doctors surgery & hospital. Nice unit amongst group of 4, 2 bedrooms, kitchen/dining, electric appliances, reverse cycle air conditioning separate garage and store room, manageable garden, Strata title. WEB ID: TBA Colin Schwartz 0409 934 942

48 Basedow Road Inspection by Appointment


Neat t/f home on 746m2 allot. 3 bdrms, lge lnge, spac kitchen/ dine w elec apps, plenty cpd space, WIP, cellar. Heat & cool by r/c a/c on 3 ph pwr, solar heat, polished wood flrs, plumbing & elec renewed. Front & rear vdahs & c/pt. Shed w 3 ph pwr. WEB ID: TBA Colin Schwartz 0409 934 942

92 MAIN STREET • T: 8566 3399 Email:

Neat solid home on 11,000m2 allot, having 3 titles, possible subdiv STCC. 3 brs, office, kitchen w elec apps & d/w, fml dine, lge lounge, r/c a/c, gas htg. Paved gable pergola, 40x20 shed, caravan shed, 30x20 shed. Rear access. WEB ID: TBA Colin Schwartz 0409 934 942



1/10 Kook Street Inspection by Appointment



42 Weigall Street Inspection by Appointment

TANUNDA $285,000

78 Gilbert Street OPEN Sunday 11.00-11.45am


3 bdrm family home on approx 4000m2 allot. Sub div poss (STCC). Main br ens, wir & s/s r/c a/c, brs 2&3 bir, fml lounge, fml dine, open kitch/meals, bathrm w sep shwr & bath. S/s r/c a/c & comb htr in lounge, ent area, sep games rm, 30x20 shed. WEB ID: 106781194 Colin Schwartz 0409 934 942


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$285,000 Nuriootpa


23A Julius Street

Prime location & a charming villa Ultra convenient location, easy stroll to the main street shops. This property presents more like a villa home on Torrens title with 2 double bedrooms with BIRs, lovely bright bathroom with separate shower, bath & toilet plus a sizeable laundry & a convenient second toilet. Large kitchen with ample meals area, formal lounge room, carpets & floor coverings in very good condition, R/C air & ceiling fans. Covered pergola, extensive paving, garden shed, rainwater plumbed pumped to the house on very manageable block with an established garden and room for a veggie patch.




Inspect By Appointment

Quiet location, great buying

$550,000 Mt Crawford

Lot 1 Pennys Road

Lot 112 Walter Randall Glen

Historic homestead on 10 acres


A little piece of paradise


Inspect By Appointment


$579,000 Tanunda

Delightful character home Circa 1923


3 Julius Street

18 Doering Street


3 bedroom californian bungalow, custom built robes, Inspect By Appointment master bedroom with en suite, family bathroom, formal lounge room, open fire place, a sunroom Land size that’s perfect for casual living. Stylish new kitchen, Approx 850m2 stone bench tops, dishwasher & a new range & original wood stove. Features include original doors & Contact mouldings, polished floor boards, lead lights, ducted Vaughn Pairman 0414 709 918 R/C air & a very accessible dry cellar. Delightful established garden, large rear yard with expansive lawns, summer house or studio, workshop with terrific storage, pergola, barbecue area & water feature.





Inspect By Appointment

Brand new & ready & waiting. Beautiful 4 bedroom contemporary home. This home offers a fabulous oversized master bedroom with spacious WIR & a beautiful en suite bathroom, bedrooms 2, 3 & 4 all have BIRs with mirror doors. Features a separate lounge room, gas & electric kitchen with island bench & loads of storage space, spacious family room & dining area, large laundry & a 3 zone family bathroom. Quality carpets & flooring, window treatments, light fittings, concrete driveway & paving. Corner allotment, dble garage with personal entry to the home & a roller door at the rear.

Land size 781m2 Contact Vaughn Pairman 0414 709 918

$600,000 Tanunda



Inspect By Appointment

$475,000 - $485,00 Greenock

Stylish, desirable family home Great location, great features, this home includes BIRs, WIR main, & ensuite to master, ducted cooling, gas log fire, extensive insulation plus rainwater to the house. Sep lounge room & an open plan kitchen & family room, adjoining dining area. French doors lead onto covered outdoor entertaining space, with ground level heated spa; Fantastic for entertining. Side access to a 7mx5m shed/workshop with a mezzanine landing, power & concrete floor. The yard & garden are very easy to maintain with drippers, sprayers & under lawn watering.



Land size 612m2 Contact Vaughn Pairman 0414 709 918






Inspect Sunday 11th September 3.10 – 3.40pm Land size Approx 876m2 Contact Vaughn Pairman 0414 709 918


34 Barkey Street

Inspect By Appointment


Contact Vaughn Pairman 0414 709 918

Fabulous lifestyle & caravan access It’s got the lot..spacious interior to the purpose built all seasons outdoor entertaining area, large workshop, 3 phase power, plenty of room for a caravan & boat, rainwater tanks plumbed to the house, Signature brand swim spa, double carport under the main roof, auto roller doors, established garden, paving, ferner, terrific storage throughout the home, ducted A/C, entertainers kitchen, sep lounge room, family room, wet bar, 2 large bedrooms plus scope to create a third, 2 bathrooms, 3 toilets, quality floor coverings, drapes & curtains.

Land size 5 acres Contact Vaughn Pairman 0414 709 918


Inspect Sunday 11th September 1.30 - 2.15pm Land size


25 Aughey Street


4 bedroom steel framed residence in excellent condition that offers wonderful panoramic views. Modern, open plan kitchen & family room, family bathroom plus an en suite & WIR to the main bedroom. Bedrooms 2/3 & 4 are all doubles & the home boasts excellent floor coverings, drapes & window treatments, ducted cooling throughout plus a super efficient slow combustion heater. Large pergola for outdoor entertaining, 2 huge rainwater tanks plumbed to the home & a huge dam with yabbies. A peaceful & private setting close to Gawler & Barossa.

Land size 12 acres Contact Vaughn Pairman 0414 709 918


2 Furnell Street

Family home of 4 bedrooms in a great location, offering lovely rural views from the rear yard & a reserve opposite. The home comprises a main bedroom with an en suite bathroom & WIR, 3 zone family bathroom plus a separate lounge room & an open plan kitchen/family room provides 2 living spaces. S/C for the colder months & evaporative for summer plus gas heater for instant heat. A large pergola for outdoor entertaining, carport, double garage size shed with power; fenced yard, easy care garden & ample rainwater supply to the house.

Land size 415m2 Contact Vaughn Pairman 0414 709 918


Dating from the mid 1800’s this amazing old homestead has retained most of the original character features. Upgrades include re-wiring, roofing, heating & enhancements to the kitchen. A great house for entertaining with a Tuscan inspired walled courtyard, beautiful cottage garden, delightful covered al fresco dining, fish ponds & paving. The property offers a separate s/c cottage with a modern bathroom, dble bedroom, enclosed dining area & a large cellar. Major improvements include 4 bay machine shed, shearing shed, old dairy, stables & a huge old barn.

$338,000 Nuriootpa

6 Prider Street

Enjoy the Greenock country lifestyle Wonderful brand new four bedroom family home Master bedroom is complete with a large WIR & en suite bathroom, bedrooms 2,3 & 4 are of generous proportions, all with BIRs. Wide entry foyer, formal living room, beautiful kitchen with bonus storage features, spacious family room & meals area plus stylish family bathroom. Quality floor tiles & carpets, ducted reverse cycle air conditioning, double garage with auto door, paved driveway, turf lawn & a fully fenced allotment.




Inspect Sunday 11th September 12.40 -1.10pm Land size 828m2 Contact Vaughn Pairman 0414 709 918

Family Owned Boutique Agency 13 Tanunda Road Nuriootpa Wednesday, September 7, 2011 - Domain Page 6 - The Herald, Barossa Valley

8562 2883

RLA 201208


20 Hamdorf Court

$470,000 Nuriootpa

$325,000 Tanunda

20 Reusch Drive

26 Doering Street

$445,000 Tanunda

32 Basedow Road


The classic entertainer

Access for caravan or boat

Great location in Langmeil estate

Classic stone cottage

Fantastic family home, 4 bedrooms, ample clothes storage, en suite to master, big family bathroom plus a spacious open plan kitchen & family room. 2.7m ceiling height, sep dining room, sep lounge, ducted RC air. Super year round alfresco dining, dble garage, in ground swimming pool, side access gates for a van or boat plus a large workshop. A lovely home with a great layout in popular Langmeil estate.

One year old home, featuring 9ft ceilings, 3 bedrooms, master with en suite & WIR, BIR in bedrooms 2 & 3. Open plan living, dining & kitchen, covered alfresco entertaining area. The kitchen has plenty of bench space, a walk in pantry, dishwasher & wall oven. Heating & cooling, mains gas is connected to the property, dble garage & great side access. Suit retirees, investors or first home buyers.

Very appealing 4 bedroom home in a quiet cul-de-sac next to a reserve. Master bedroom has WIR & en suite & bedrooms 2/3/4 all have BIRs. L shaped formal lounge room, open plan kitchen with dishwasher, dining, & family room, large covered outdoor entertaining area, large family bathroom, new floor coverings, ducted R/C heating & cooling, double car port & side access.

Desirable stone cottage, lovely views of Chateau Tanunda & the Barossa hills. Original period features with open fire places, Baltic timber flooring, pressed metal ceilings, original panel doors & timber mouldings. S/C wood heater & split system. Modernised kitchen with dishwasher, spacious laundry, renovated wine cellar with internal stairs, landscaped gardens, single carport, couple of sheds.

Inspect Sunday 11th September 2.30 -3pm Land Size 825m2 Contact Vaughn Pairman 0414 709 918

Inspect By Appointment Land Size 612m2 Contact Vaughn Pairman 0414 709 918

Inspect By Appointment Land Size 720m2 Contact Vaughn Pairman 0414 709 918

Inspect By Appointment Land Size 1100m2 Contact Vaughn Pairman 0414 709 918


$375,000 Nuriootpa

$495,000 Tanunda

$450,000 Nuriootpa

1J Murray Street

Prime Tanunda location with potential

The best of both worlds

Circa 1910 stone villa home

Fantastic Location

Prime corner allotment of some 1010 square metres in a great location close to all the main street facilities in Tanunda. Town centre zoning allows for commercial or retail development and the land may also be suitable for medium density housing. Potential exists for the establishment of three townhouses subject to approval by local authority.

Fabulous property with plenty of space to store vehicles, a boat, caravan or perhaps tradesman machinery with benefits of living in the town. 3 bedrooms, a sep lounge room, sep dining, new kitchen plus a family bathroom and recently renovated en suite to the main bedroom. S/C heater for winter & a ducted cooling system for the summer months. Fabulous outdoor entertaining area with aluminium PVC

Fabulous brick & stone Angaston marble fronted villa, generous sized bedrooms, en suite to main, large formal lounge, dining, big kitchen. Dry cellar accessed by internal stairs. Carpets & polished floorboards, good quality window treatments, huge laundry, shady verandas on 3 sides; covered parking for several cars, rumpus room/home office, spacious rear yard, circular drive way.

Fantastic solid brick 3 bedroom home in immaculate condition, delightful timber kitchen, WI pantry, big lounge with heating & cooling, large laundry & bathroom in great condition.Fantastic storage with BIRs & linen press, good quality floor coverings & window furnishings, 9’ ceilings, alarm system. Outside entertaining,sep self contained flat. Carport, garage/workshop & more.

Inspect By Appointment Land Size 1010m2 Contact Vaughn Pairman 0414 709 918

Inspect By Appointment Land Size 1.5 acres Contact Vaughn Pairman 0414 709 918

Inspect By Appointment Land Size 1032m2 Contact Vaughn Pairman 0414 709 918

Inspect By Appointment Land Size 852m2 Contact Vaughn Pairman 0414 709 918


We have the following homes to rent



44 Koncke Street

12 Armstrong Avenue


Lot 93 Sturt Highway enter by Pinot

Lot 49 MacDonnell Street

$360,000 Tanunda

34 Hoffmann Avenue


• Big building blocks now available TANUNDA 1/15 Edward St Terrific 2 brm apartment, BIRs, large mezzanine floor, remodelled kitchen, new cooker, split system, single c/pt, 2 courtyards, gdn shed & room for a vegie patch. $265pw. Avail Now. No pets. 1/188 Murray Street – 2 storey, 2 bedroom townhouse, modern kitchen, dishwasher, refurbished bathroom, new floor coverings & window treatments, BIRs, private balconies. Main bathroom upstairs, 2nd toilet located downstairs. Single car garage, roller door, newly landscaped courtyard area. $260pw. Avail early Sept. No pets.


• Blocks from 1353m2 to 2000m2 • No time limit to build, long settlement • Why not have a new home and a 4 bay shed? • Plenty of room for the kids to play • All services connected including natural gas • Prices start from just $163,000.


Comfortable, affordable and great views

The perfect family home

Appealing home with formal lounge, dining, spacious family room that offers lovely rural views. Full under cover outdoor entertaining area, 7.5m x 6m shed, carport under the main roof, rain water tanks, lovely selection of fruit trees, low maintenance garden with storm water harvesting for the garden. Greenock is ever popular as it offers a laid back rural lifestyle with close proximity to Nuriootpa.

Fabulous family home, 4 bedrooms & three separate living rooms. It’s the Fairmont “Spacemaster” series & it is designed for modern living. Very well appointed with a large family bathroom, en suite bathroom to the main bedroom, plenty of storage options throughout the home also features extensive floor tiling, carpets, stylish window treatments and ducted heating & cooling.

Inspect Sunday 11th September 12-12.30pm Land Size 1583m2 Contact Vaughn Pairman 0414 709 918

Inspect By Appointment Land Size 608m2 Contact Vaughn Pairman 0414 709 918

Multi Award Winning Agency 13 Tanunda Road Nuriootpa Wednesday, September 7, 2011 - Domain Page 7 - The Herald, Barossa Valley

8562 2883

RLA 201208

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Fabulous retirement lifestyle

Spacious and gracious

ABOVE: The spacious undercover entertaining area of the Tanunda home. MODERN: The four-bedroom Two Wells house on a good-size allotment.

BELOW: The roomy backyard area with a storage area for a caravan and/or boat.

THIS would have to be one of the best properties that we’ve ever listed for those wanting a comfortable retirement in the Barossa. Situated at 25 Aughey Street, Tanunda, it’s got the lot. From the spacious interior to the purpose-built all-seasons outdoor entertaining area. Relax in the Signature brand swim spa. There is a large workshop, three-phase power, plenty of room for a caravan and boat and rainwater tanks plumbed to the house. Other features are a double carport under the main roof,

auto roller doors, established garden, paving, fernery and so much more. There is terrific storage throughout the home, ducted air conditioning, an entertainer’s kitchen, separate lounge room, family room and wet bar. The house has two large bedrooms plus scope to create a third, two bathrooms, three toilets, quality floor coverings, drapes and curtains. This is the perfect home for your retirement, priced at $455,000. Inspections by appointment only. For more information or to arrange an inspection contact

Barossa First National’s Vaughn Pairman on 0414 709 918. RLA201208.

Vaughn Pairman

SPOTLESSLY presented, with a fresh neutral colour scheme throughout, this modern-style family Two Wells house has so much to offer and is full of charm. A feeling of open space is what this home boasts most of all. It features four bedrooms with an ensuite and walk-in robe to the master bedroom and built-in robes to the remaining three bedrooms. The modern kitchen offers electric cooking with rangehood, Puratap, large walk-in pantry, dishwasher and oodles of cupboard and storage space for all your kitchen needs. Ducted evaporative cooling and electric panel heating (four units) provide complete all-year-round comfort. A security system is in place and can be monitored if you want. Relax in the separate lounge and/or the huge family and/or theatre room for all occasions. There is a spacious undercover entertaining area. Time to put your feet up and relax, let the world go by or perhaps enjoy a Sunday brunch entertaining family and friends, watching the children with plenty of room to run and play. Planning to have large family gatherings then this is the home for you? A huge man’s shed with plenty of storage (6x9) and the property is equipped with a rainwater tank (14,000 litres) and electric roller

shutters. Easy-to-maintain gardens, a double driveway with side access for extra storage for the boat or caravan are other features. This is a generous-sized allotment on 1257 square metres and is located on a quiet street with views overlooking a reserve. It is set among other modern stylish homes. The property is close to local shops, schools, child care facilities and only a short drive to Gawler for all your shopping needs. It is also about 30 minutes to the Munno Para or Elizabeth shopping centres or just head down the Northern Expressway straight into the city. Get away from the hustle and bustle of city living and make this country family home your own with nothing left to do, but to move in. Call Mandy Johnston for a private inspection.

At a glance... WHERE: 24 Gameau Road, Two Wells. OPEN: Sunday, September 11. WHEN: 1-2pm. PRICE: On application. AGENT: Raine and Horne, Salisbury. RLA22475. CONTACT: Mandy Johnston on 0420 277 853 or 8285 6000.


Ring me for an appraisal 7 days a week on

0408 858 578

Julie Thring Owner

28b Murray St, Gawler 8523 3319

YOUR LOCAL LENDER SPACIOUS AND GRACIOUS 24 Gameau Road, Two Wells SA 5501 Open time Sunday 11th September 1-2pm Spotlessly presented featuring four bedrooms with ensuite and walk-in robe to the master bedroom, built –in robes to remaining. Modern kitchen offers electric cooking with dishwasher and oodles of cupboard and bench space. Ducted evaporative cooling and electric panel heating. Offering separate lounge and a huge family and / or theatre room for all occasions. Leading out to a spacious undercover entertaining area. A huge mans shed (6x9) with plenty of storage. Double driveway with side access. A generous sized allotment 1257m2 and set amongst other modern stylish homes. Close to local shops, schools and only a short drive to Gawler for all your shopping needs, also approximately 30 Minutes to Munno Para or Elizabeth Shopping Centre’s. Head down the Northern expressway straight into to the city.

Simply nothing left to do, but to move in.

Call me now for a private inspection Mandy Johnston 0420 277 853 35 John St, Salisbury RLA227475


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Only two-years-old SITUATED at 23 Tod Street, Kapunda is this immaculate three-bedroom Rossdale house with nine-foot ceilings. The master bedroom has an ensuite, walk-in robe and ceiling fan. Bedrooms two and three both have ceiling fans and bedroom two has a triple built-in robe. Big describes the inviting kitchen/meals/family area which has plenty of natural light and easycare flooring. Heating and cooling is by slow combustion heating plus a reverse-cycle split-system wall unit. The home has a three-way main bathroom with a linen press.

YOUNG: The two-year-old Rossdale home in Kapunda.

Phone: 08 8522 1197

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For relaxing, a feature is the great undercover peaked entertaining area with established gardens. The house has lots of rainwater catchment with some plumbed to the house. There is a well set-up vegie garden plus apricot, lemon, lime, peach and plum trees. Ample secure off-street parking is available through double gates and a carport with a roller door. Priced at $315,000, there is not a thing to do - just move in and enjoy. For more information or to arrange a viewing contact Brendan Howard from L J Hooker Gawler on 0416 054 731.RLA1679.

IS THE cost of land hampering your building dreams? Have you considered the wellserviced friendly country township of Kapunda? The town has plenty to offer including pre-schools, both primary and high schools, excellent public hospital with emergency care, doctors, two supermarkets, specialty shops, service stations, tradespeople, community organisations, playground, public reserve with water feature, public library and four hotels. All the typical country sporting facilities are available plus a skatepark and picturesque golf course and lots more, with most within walking distance of whereever in the town you may choose to live.


Following are a few examples of what we “The Professionals Kapunda” currently have on offer in the way of vacant building allotments: • Lot 2 Blackwell Street. 410 square metres, regular in shape, mains water and community wastewater management system connected, power along front, fencing to rear and side boundaries. Price $55,000. • Lot 91 Clifford Street. 585 square metres, regular in shape, mains water, power and community wastewater management system connected, quiet location. Price $64,950. • Lot 91 Smedley Street. 1000 square metres, wide frontage, 50m to main street, mains water and community wastewater management system connected,




power along front, fencing to rear and one side boundary. Asking only $79,950. • Lot 13 North Street. 779 square metres, regular in shape, mains water and community wastewater management system connected, power along front, new galvanised iron fencing to rear and side boundaries. Price $84,950. So if you’re after an affordable building block in a friendly country town it might be worth your while picking up the phone and contacting Kapunda’s No 1 real estate service provider, Steve at Professionals Kapunda on 8566 2127 or all hours on 0417 811 348 or email for some more info. RLA 163708.



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Family market Write for pleasure or profit KAPUNDA’S award-winning authors along with industry professionals head a one-day writing conference in October. Astrid Cooper and Dr Rosanne Hawke, from Kapunda, say the aim of the conference is to assist the public wanting to write for either pleasure or profit. Rosanne is an award-winning published author of children’s picture books and young adult fiction. She will present tips of the trade for these popular genres and how to write young adult fiction. Astrid Cooper is the best-selling author of fantasy, romance and exotica, who works as an editor. Astrid will present her unique writing formula - the 5Cs of writing, based on experiences from over 20 years in professional writing and publishing. Keynote speaker is Diane Beer, an editor, agent,

journalist, media consultant and former press secretary to various politicians; she will highlight writing made easy including plotting with passion and hooking the reader. Also, Stephen Matthews from Ginninderra Press will show the audience how to realise their dream of publication. In 2009 Astrid organised the first writing conference in Kapunda, which proved so successful that people asked for more. The program will allow time for people to ask questions and get help with their own writing and publishing. The conference will be held at the Light Regional Council chambers, Main Street, Kapunda on Sunday, October 30 from 9.30am to 4.15pm. Cost is $70 per person and includes lunch with wine and all refreshments. Bookings are now open: send an email to

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TWO business mums wanting more for their community have developed the unique Family Day Markets. Serena Ahrns, from Nuriootpa and Michele Riddle, from Freeling - who each run their own businesses - thought it would be a great idea for families from the Barossa and Light regions to become involved in a free event and to support other parents who work from home. Their idea has grown to four family day events held at Freeling Recreation Park in March, June, September and December from 11am to 3pm. The days also support other parents who run businesses from their homes by showcasing their products. Serena runs Party Direct, which involves kids’ party supplies in Nuriootpa while Michele is an agent for Bright Kids, which sell labels, wall art and more. As part of the Family Day Markets, the women organise a

jumping castle, face painting, a sausage sizzle as well as 40 stalls of different items for people to browse and shop. “We believe by having it at the Freeling Recreation Park it is a safe environment for a family day event where the kids can run around on the oval if they like or play on the playground, as well as look at all the different stalls,” Serena said. There are just two markets remaining for this year - Sunday September 18 and Sunday December 11, with all welcome. “We would also love to have some sponsors on board to help make this market a bigger ‘family event’ as it has been difficult advertising with limited funds,” Serena said. If you would like to become a stallholder or sponsor of the market, then email barossa.light.childrensmarket@g or visit. childrensmarket.


Come, for everything is ready IT’S now up to the community to embrace the fun and festivities of Funday Sunday organised for September 11 from 11.30am. The community event, held in Tanunda, is open to families with free entry, free food, free refreshments, free entertainment and plenty of free activities provided - just bring a chair or rug. Run for the past four years, the day is organised by the churches of Tanunda who enjoy seeing young and old having a good time. While the day wouldn’t go ahead without the support of volunteers, church members’ offerings and donations made by local businesses, organisers say everything is ready. Organised is a rock climbing wall, Old MacDonald’s Farm, a bouncy castle for children and adults, make and do activities, minute to win it games and musical entertainment. Funday Sunday will be hosted at the Tanunda Oval, off Elizabeth Street and kicks off at 10.45am with a service open to the public. If the weather changes, organisers have booked the Show Hall.

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THE testimonials continue to flow for Grant Dahlitz, his company Barossa Window Fashions and the products which they are associated with. The most recent comes from Tanunda’s Lee Martin and her husband, Digger.

“After seeing Grant’s Barossa Window Fashions advert in the Herald I decided to give him a call for some advice and a quote for curtains we needed across the front windows of our house. “As I really had no idea what I wanted, I told him that he was the expert - not me, and I would leave the process of choosing what was suitable and practical in his hands. “The end result was elegant and fitted perfectly with the décor.

“Not being an interior decorator, the use of Grant’s experience and knowledge made the whole exercise a breeze. “The update was something I had been putting off because of all of the choices and decisions needed. “Consequently I’m extremely happy with the end result and the excellent service. “Thanks Grant for a job beautifully done” . - Lee Martin, Tanunda If you are looking for solutions to your window fashions dilemma whether it be curtains, blinds or security measures then Grant is your man. Call him on 0407 811 378 and join the growing list of extremely satisfied customers.


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Due to constant requests from his loyal customers, local window fashion expert Grant Dahlitz from Barossa Window Fashions, has re-entered the curtain field. After a six and a half year hiaitus, Grant has started quoting, supplying and fitting curtains for local residents again. Having spent 25 years in the curtain industry as the original owner/manager of House Proud Décor Centre, he has seen a void in the market that needs urgent attention. He deals in the household names of Rowe, Wilson, Charles Parsons, Zepel, Gummerson, Materialised and many other fabrics. Barossa Window Fashions also specialise in internal and external blinds including Luxaflex and Ziptrak, as well as Crimsafe security doors and screens plus rollershutters. Grant now provides you with a one stop window furnishing shop and is happy to come out to your home and give you a professional obligation free quote.


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brake light, a hard tonneau cover which locks with the central locking, a tinted bonnet protector, front fog lights, headlamp washers, privacy glass, roof rails and, of course, V6 badges. That engine, codenamed V9X, is quite different from regular V6s. It uses a 65-degree vee angle, giving enough room to nestle the turbocharger within the banks of the vee. The block is also constructed from compacted graphite iron, which gives a weight advantage over cast iron (which would make the Navara too front-heavy) but is quieter than a lightweight aluminium block.

Fuel use is listed as 9.5-litres/100km, which is certainly better than some of the V8 utes around which make the same amount of torque. Off the road, the Navara 550 is excellent, and it churns through the sand with ease (tyre pressures dropped and VSC off) using its power to push through any boggy situations, with the huge torque keeping the motor from bogging down when in really heavy stuff. Inside, you’re kept comfortable by dualzone climate control and fairly soft seats, even if they are a little flat. The back seats have just enough room . The stereo plays MP3s and has bluetooth.

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ALL VEHICLES ARE AVAILABLE WITH AN AUSTRALIA-WIDE WARRANTY FOR PEACE OF MIND MiTSUBISHI VRX LANCER . Evo bodykit, sports exhaust, mags, lowered, black in colour, A/C, pwr steer, power & tinted windows. S220ALU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $13,990* HOLDEN VIVA SEDAN. 66,000kms, manual, air conditioning, pwr steering, 1 owner, books. XOI-714. . . . . . . . . . . . . . $10,990* MITSUBISHI CH LANCER ES. Auto, A/C, power steering, tinted windows, spoiler, books, service history. S/N 093. . . . $10,990* FORD LAZER LXI 1.6L, auto, a/c, p/steer, bodykit, spoiler, 17in alloys, 1 lady owner. WST-893 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $10,990* KIA RIO. 1.6L, current shape, 5-door hatch, manual, a/c, pwr steer, books, burnt orange. XNY-093 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $9,990* MERCEDES C240 CLASSIC SEDAN Auto, white in colour, a.c, p/steer, passenger, drivers & side airbags, luxury at affordable price. WBV-880 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $8,990* HYUNDAI TRAJET GLS 2.7L V6, 4 speed automatic, people mover with removable seats, alloys, 7 seats. WOC-557 . . . $8,990* HOLDEN VX COMMODORE Series 2, executive, white in colour, a/c, p/steer, alloy wheels. XAV-791 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $7,990* FORD AU XR6. Manual, Tickford bodykit, Tickford wheels, A/C, pwr steer. XMY-250 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $7,990* VT COMMODORE EXEC SEDAN Genuine 98,000kms, white, a/c, p/steer, drivers airbag, very clean & tidy car. WFC-231 $7,990* VS STATESMAN V6, a/c, p/steer, luxury at an affordable price, alloys, silver in colour. S/N 073 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $7,990* HYUNDAI GS ACCENT . Manual, alloys, A/C, pwr steer, fog lights, pwr windows, leather steering wheel, vivid yellow. BB-531J. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $6,990* HONDA CIVIC VTi SEDAN. Auto, A/C, pwr steer, lmob, spoiler, burgundy colour. WOZ-033. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $6,990* TOYOTA CAMRY WIDEBODY. Auto, excellent condition, keyless entry, excellent service history, alloy wheels, spoiler. VXN-370 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $6,990* NISSAN PULSAR PLUS Sedan, Alloys, Spoiler, A/C, pwr steer, 1 owner from new, white. WJK-977 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $6,850* FORD AU FUTURA Series 2, alloys, spoiler, a/c, automatic, silver, very tidy car WMD-883 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $5,990* HYUNDAI ACCENT Red, 3 door, manual, full bodykit, spoiler, alloy wheels, a/c p/steer, low km engine XCA-865 . . . . . . $5,990* HYUNDAI ACCENT. 3 door, manual, 14” alloys, spoiler, A/C, pwr steer. WNB-314. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $4,990* HOLDEN JK APOLLO SL Automatic, excellent first car, white VEM-707 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $2,990* VOLKSWAGON TRANSPORTER VAN Power steering, 5, speed manual, LPG, good workhorse. S227-AGP . . . . . . . . . . $2,990* VN LEXCEN (Commodore). Auto, A/C, pwr steer, 6 cylinder, towbar, great first car. VCN-322 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,990* MITSUBISHI MAGNA TN ELITE WAGON. Manual, pwr steer, air conditioning. As traded. S131-AAJ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,095*

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Ph: (08) 8562 2411 A/H Christian 0407 873 977 Mike 0417 864 607 Jon 0418 801 544

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Succession Mark’s aboard for latest requirements planning ABOUT 80 per cent of Australian businesses are family owned and operated according to the magazine Farming Ahead, Aug 2008. For generations family businesses have been managing succession. Traditionally succession planning has been done as family members leave the business, often making the process stressful. It is preferable to begin the succession planning process as the business goes through any significant changes such as buying more land or a new partner joining the business. No matter what the size, situation, profitability or functionality of the family and farm business, it is essential that the succession planning process begins as early as possible. Taryn Baker, Rural Directions Pty Ltd consultant has assisted many businesses take the first step in succession planning and identified that “once people begin their succession journey and begin the planning process they feel great relief in getting their plans in place and the wheels in motion”. The ‘Introduction to Succession Planning’ workshop will take clients through the steps to analyse their current business position, look at where they want your business to be in the future, and begin a succession planning journey for a client and their business. The workshop gives an understanding of your current financial position, business structures and current skill base. It will discuss the impacts and legalities associated with the transfer of assets, investigate estate and income planning and work through management succession. Finally, the workshop will look at the three Rs of succession planning (retire, restructure or relocate), and provide some actionable steps to start a succession planning journey. A course participant said “the workshop gave a step by step process for succession planning for my business. It showed me how to start the process, what to review and how to move my succession plan forward. I now have something to follow”. Introduction to Succession Planning will be run on September 13 at Freeling. An investment is $440/business GST inclusive and more than one member of a business is encouraged to attend. For more information on the ‘Introduction to Succession Planning’ workshop or to register, please call Rural Directions Pty Ltd on 8842 1103.

RIDE ON: Mark Burton, owner/manager of Barossa Valley Hire, sits on the latest arrival to the stable of equipment ready to meet the demands of local customers. Mark and his staff pride themselves with keeping in touch with what customers need. This newest addition is a Toro Z Master Ride On Slasher with a 48 inch cut and zero tail swing. It turns on its own circle and is ideally suited to anyone with a rather large front or back yard, small vineyard or a small acreage area. To enquire about hiring the Toro Z Master, call Mark or his friendly staff at Barossa Valley Hire on 8562 3399 - open seven days a week.


THURSDAY TENNIS Results of the Thursday Ladies’ winter tennis competition matches played at Vine Vale Tennis Club on the first day of spring, September 1, in perfect weather. Mustard 4 (34) d Ginger 2 (17); Pepper 3 (27) d Cloves 3 (19); Cinnamon 5 (34) d Nutmeg 1 (17); Cinnamon had the bye. Premiership Team Pts % Cinnamon 73 62.88 Paprika 59 55.54 Nutmeg 45 49.46 Ginger 45 46.64 Pepper 44 49.14 Mustard 40 47.36 Cloves 30 37.53 The most successful player on the court this week was Wendy Seabrook, who won 94.74% of her games. In second place was Michelle Hanlon with her score of 81.82%, followed by Michelle Spence, who scored 75.00%, in third place.

August Monday winners were Rhonda Wallace and Evan Allanson, followed by Jill Allanson and Ken Farley. The Wednesday winners were Toni Harvey and Helen Farrelly followed by Jim Hayes and Joan Lee and Kevin Jones. A total of 32 players received master points during August. Last Monday in a five table Howell first were Rhonda Wallace and Jill Allanson with 62.6%, followed by Joan Lee and Kevin Jones 57.9%, Toni Harvey and Hans Haan 57.3%, Eunice Kampman and Jim Hayes 52.3%, Ken Farrelly and Evan Allanson 50.6%, Coral Baverstock and Mary Clerk 47.7%, Adelaide Abbott and Miles White 43.2%, Joan and Howard Haese 42.7%, Houng Burgermeister and David Barnett 40%. On Wednesday at four tables first were Joan Lee and Kevin Jones 64.6%, followed by Helen Farrelly and Toni Harvey 56.6%, Trish Page and Evan Allanson 51.3%, Joan and Howard Haese 50.3%, Annie Hatcher and Judy Fechner 49.4%, Elaine Kenny and Alec Harris 45.2%, Helen Sandow and Ziggy Mentz 41.4%, Peta Connor and Margie Page 40.2%.

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BAROSSA 8-BALL As of August 31. Team Th Crownies Beenies Breakers Greenock Angas Park Valley Eden Valley Weintal Wobblers Th Clubbers Vine Inn Sharks Weintal Girls

P 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19

W 15 15 14 13 12 11 11 9 5 4 3 2

L 4 4 5 6 7 8 8 10 14 15 16 17

F 198 164 182 153 151 158 141 133 115 102 104 101

Ag 87 121 103 125 134 127 144 152 170 183 174 184

% 69 57 63 55 52 55 49 46 40 35 37 35

Pts 30 30 28 26 24 22 22 18 10 8 6 4

Results: Valley d Dodgies 10-5; Breakers d Clubbers 12-3; Beenies d Crownies 8-7; Eden Valley d Sharks 96; Wobblers d Greenock 9-6; Vine Inn d Girls 9-6.

GAWLER 8-BALL Results from matches played on September 1. Division One - Two Wells Taverners d Soccer Club Kruisers 8-7; Two Wells Tavern d Soccer Club Eagles 10-5; No Fear.Comm Two Wells Commercial 9-6; Smithfield Outsiders d Overway WYM 10-5; Roseworthy Blue d Exchange Hotel 9-6; Smithfield What The’s d XChanged 11-4. Premiership Team P W L F A S Two Wells Tavern 21 20 1 213 102 38** Two Wells Taverners 21 19 2 205 110 38 Smithfield Outsiders 21 16 5 188 127 32 Soccer Club Eagles 21 13 8 175 140 26 Roseworthy Blue 21 12 9 172 143 24 Overway WYM 21 12 9 153 162 24 Two Wells No Fear.Comm21 11 10 167 148 22 Smithfield What The’s 21 9 12 147 168 18 Exchange Hotel 21 4.5 16 124 190 9 Soccer Club Kruisers 21 4 17 128 187 8 Two Wells Commercial 21 3 18 105 210 6 Xchanged 21 2.5 18 114 200 5 ** 2 points deducted for sheets not submitted on time. Division Two Willaston Wanderers d Gungellan Gunna’s 8-7; Sandy Creek d Willaston Spinners 11-4; Overway Underways d Roseworthy Shooters 8-7. Premiership Team Willaston Wanderers Sandy Creek Overway Underways Willaston Spinners Roseworthy Shooters Gungellan Gunna’s

P 20 20 20 20 20 20

W 17 14 11 7 7 4

L 3 6 9 13 13 16

F 172 171 163 137 135 121

A 128 129 136 163 165 179

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Hay, listen up STOCK NOW

Quality feed comes from a quality bale



WAITING: Matthew Wittholz from Gawler Farm Machinery at Roseworthy with some of the quality hay balers ready for use.

- Square-wire design of Mega ToughTM teeth reduces bending or breaking - Wide pick-ups to handle big windrows - Puncture-resistant DiamondToughTM belts pack crop into solid bales - Easy-feeding vertical bale formation chamber - Wrap a bale in as little as 6 seconds with available CoverEdgeTM net wrap This all adds up to quality bales of palatable feed for your herd.


capabilities particularly with large combines and seeding rigs. Their modern fully-equipped workshop combined with factorytrained staff assures the customer that should they require major repairs, they will be attended to promptly and professionally with 24-hour service and fully-equipped workshop field vehicles. The branch stocks an extensive range of spare parts to minimise down-time and keep your machinery operating at peak performance. Five full-time parts counter staff, 24hour service and linked online to the company’s other branches and major suppliers ensures excellent availability on parts to support the equipment we sell. Gawler Farm Machinery’s goal is to provide ‘world class’ sales and aftermarket service to their valued clients.

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GAWLER Farm Machinery in Roseworthy are the people to see if you need a new hay baler. Centrally located, Gawler Farm Machinery can service the Lower Mid North, Clare Valley and Barossa Valley wine growing regions and the Virginia market gardening areas north of Adelaide. In addition to achieving John Deere’s most prestigious award, the Managers Club four times, Gawler Farm Machinery is also a John Deere Gold Star certified dealer. The branch underwent major renovations in 2007 which were officially opened by the Honourable Steele Hall, ex-premier of South Australia and Kerrie Keeler, Managing Director of John Deere Limited Australia. In 2010 a second and larger workshop facility were completed to enhance the company’s service

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FAX PHONE (08) 8563 2041 (08) 8563 3655





SCHULZ - PFEIFFER Kevin & Christine Schulz, together with Ray & Judy Pfeiffer are delighted to announce the approaching marriage of Sarah to Tyson on Saturday 10th September 2p.m. at St. Petri Lutheran Church Nuriootpa. God bless this day and the rest of their lives together. Love & blessnings from both famlies.

ELECTRIC TREADMILL with full readout in v.g. cond. $270 ono Gill 85632223

11/9/11 FROM 9AM 159 Vivian Bullwinkel Dve Kapunda off Kapunda to Truro Rd. Clothes, books, treadmill, exercise bike, BBQ, toilet, fridge, recliner and much more Ph. 85662698

COMMODORE VS wagon 228,000kms WXM-165 registered. New disks, and pads, radiator, exhaust, new tyres, auto trans, just serviced, motor good, mags, CD, body good $2,900 ono 85663990 or 0428538353

IN MEMORIAM EGEL, Peter 1.7.1942 - 6.9.2006 Sad are the hearts that loved you, silent are the tears that fall, living our life without you, is the hardest part of all. Missing you every day. Lots of love, from Irene, Darren, Bev, Abigail and Samuel, Tracey, Daryl, Brendon, Bianca and Kalah. Leanne, Jon, Eryn, Cameron and Isabella (Dec.) REMEMBERANCE AFTERNOON TEA for the late Patricia Gwendoline FULLER at Williamstown Senior Citizens Hall. Sunday 18/9/11 at 2.00 p.m. ALL WELCOME.

FOR SALE ALUMINIUM BOAT 3.1m, ideal car topper $580 ono. 25 h.p. Johnson outboard motor, short leg, ex. cond. with fuel tank $750 ono. Ph: 85624274 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 TOWING & SCRAP METAL Services include cash for cars & scrap metal. General towing available with tilt tray. Bins available drop off & pick up for metal only. KEEP IT LOCAL. Ph: 0404856309 BAROSSA VALLEY Country Furniture Paint Stripping Furniture Restoration Custom Made. David Bush 0419628222 CASH FOR BOTTLES & CANS. Wine bottles, batteries, phone Lange's Can & Bottle Depot on 85642292 for trading hours, 20 Newcastle St, Angaston. COUNTRY STITCHERS fundraisers for CARERS' LINK BAROSSA AND DISTRICTS INC. will be in the BAROSSA MALL, Nuriootpa on 7th, 8th and 9th Sept. 2011. We will have wallhangers, cot quilts, knitted and crocheted rugs, ironing board covers standard 48' ( 122cm.) extra large 53" (134.5 cm.) crocheted top teatowels, long hand towels, overnight bags, tea cosies, babies caps, knitwear, patchwork windcheaters, placemats and more. Times are Wed 7th 10.00am to 5.30pm. Thurs 8th and Fri 9th 9 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. Browsers welcome. ELECTRIC FENCE energisers. 2K battery $99. 15K mains power $199. Solar kits $265. All tapes, handles and insulators. Ag Power, Williamstown Road, Cockatoo Valley 0408820024

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

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

MASSIVE Garage/Moving Sale Sat 10th Sept from 8.00am White goods, lounge suit, sofa bed, tv cabinet, dining table, tall boys, wardrobes, childrens furniture, bookcases, beds, old stove, loads of childrens toys, games, books, bikes and parts, outdoor settting, old frames, baby items, kitchen items, water ski gear, so many sundries. Everything must go. 9 Paradale Drive Tanunda 0413564769

HAY & STRAW for sale. Barley straw & pea straw @ $4/bale - shedded. Oaten hay for horses @ $6.50/bale. Ph. 0419849495 Roseworthy.

SAT 10TH 8.00am start. Designer kids clothes, toys, furniture, new VR/VS roo bar, tools, and lots more. Golden Way, Nuriootpa.

HORSE FLOAT Taylors double exc. cond. $3,750 Ph. 83893293

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

SAT 10TH SEPT 4 Kavel Court Tanunda. Partial sale to clear property, includes 1950's writing bureau, mirror backed china cabinet, phone cupboard & seat, 1940 babies tin bath, glass wash board, dip tins, bric-a-brac, books, kitchen/dining wear, plastics, shower chair, wheeled walker, 6 person tent, camp stove, cnr T.V. cab, other furniture items & host of general household effects. No sales before gates open. 8am - 1pm.

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

SAT 10TH, SUN 11TH - 22 Coghill St Kapunda 8 - 4, antique pot belly, dining suite, double bed & so much more.

PEA STRAW & barley straw for gardens. Pickup only $2.50/bale, Sat mornings 8 11am. Delivery available, Gawler/Barossa area, min 40 bales from $3/bale. Ph. 0419849495 Roseworthy.

SATURDAY 10th Sept. 9am - 4pm. Spa, furniture, cooker hood, curtains, quality clothes etc. 22 Mesach Burge Tce., Lyndoch.

GRANITE & SANDSTONE suitable for garden use. Load your trailer, name your price and that's what you will pay. Ph: 85681979

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

SAW BENCH HIRE Mobile with operator. Reasonable rates. Ph: 0419807492 or 85628055 a.h.

Community Helpers Inc DONATIONS

Of clothing & bric-a-brac For our Tanunda Shop 119 Murray Street Phone 8563 1105

Furniture Welcome Nuriootpa Warehouse 85622786

SLASHING, MOWING, whipper snipping. Backyards to acres. Truck & tractor hire. Competitive rates. Ph: Bill 0419807492 AH. 85628055 for free quote.

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

STORMWATER 90mm pipe $13 and fittings. Gawler Irrigation Lot 11, Paxton Street, Willaston. 85232350 TRAMPOLINE 8ft $80, 7 piece wooden dining suite $250, Piano $150. Cubby House - giveaway. 0408630438 TRIO BUNK BED double on bottom, single on top, white tubular, mattresses included, two matching glass top side tables, variety linen, also immaculate, new condition. $690 T/Zone black leather massagr chair $1,450. Very good condition. Ph: 0429691872 WASHING MACHINE Top Loader Fisher & Paykel used 2 years. $200. Double bed top and bottom mattresses $100 Contact 85643556 to view or ask questions.

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

Working for Carers Link and other charities


ANYTHING WITH METAL Cash 4 cars, free collection. HAPPY SCRAPPY recycle it! 85630213 or 0406411117 CASH FOR SCRAP METAL I AM LOCAL. Ph: 0411165694 WANTED by pensioner small female dog, preferably desexed, will have plenty of love care & walks. Will pay reasonable cost for her. Phone 85663991 after 9am any day except Thursdays. WANTED GRAZING LAND. Eden Valley /Flaxmans Valley and Barossa Ranges. Sheep only. Hills or vineyard, agistment or lease. Payment in advance. Ph. 0418851483

TO GIVEAWAY REGRETFULL give away to good home, ginger male, desexed cat. Ph: 0400296600

MOTOR VEHICLES 1996 FORD FALCON wagon, good working order $2200 ono S345-AJO 0432214401 CASH FOR CARS and scrap metal. Ph: 0404856309

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CARAVANS, TRAILERS & TANDEM WHEEL 17'6" Caravan. As new, D/bed, m/wave, awning. $32,000 ono. Ph: 85632868 WANTED large caravan in reasonable cond. make and age not important. Ph. 83893293

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

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

PETS BELINDA'S PAMPERED PETS NURIOOTPA Professional dog clipping, heated hydrobathing, blowdrying & nails for all breeds. LARGE & SMALL by an animal lover. Ph: 0418810323 HOOTZ DOG GROOMING Mobile. Qualified groomer. Nuriootpa Ph: Justin 0406840020 HYDROPAWS 4pawfectpaws. Mobile nose to tail pet care. Heated hydrobath, blowdry, nails & clipping. Ph: Bridget 0488444542

ACCOMODATION VACANT ROOM TO LET - Motel style in Barossa. From $175 p.w. all inclusive. Ph: 0437860002


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


50TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY SCHMIDT - ARNOLD Ron & Margaret. Congratulations on your 50th Wedding Anniversary. Married at Cummins Lutheran Church on the 9th September, 1961. All our love Chris & John, Gary & Natalie, Julianne & Malcolm and your 9 grand kids. P.S. Happy 75th Birthday Mum for the 8th September.

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.



ENGEL & WAECO 12/24/240 volt fridge /freezers. All models. Best prices in the State. Gawler Fishing & Outdoors 85226200

NEW 3 b.r., 2 bath home. 29 First Street, Nuriootpa $169,700 Open Sunday 11th between 1 & 2 p.m. Ph: 0410528472

FOR RENT KAPUNDA - 3/3 Young Street 2 bedrooms, main with birs, open plan living, kitchen with new oven, new carpet and paint, small enclosed yard and car parking. Available September 1st. $165 per week. Ph: Julie 85233319 or 0427233319 NURIOOTPA modern home 4 bedroom main with ensuite, spacious interior, R/C A /C, low maintenance garden, secure garage, convenient location. No pets, $330 p/w Phone 0427700477

LOST & FOUND FOUND baby bracelet, found in Garten Estate Nuriootpa. Call 0422801189

HEALTH & BEAUTY MASSAGE Therapeutic, Aromatherapy, Pregnancy Massage, Aromatherapy Pamper Packages, Myofacial Release, Reiki. 7 years professional experience. Gift vouchers & Pensioner discounts available. Consulting in Kapunda. Liz Ronan. Ph:85663125 or 0400760010 REMEDIAL MASSAGE THERAPIST Helen Brighenti. Deep tissue massage, myofascial cupping, dry needling, skeletal mobilisation. 1â „2 hr appointments available. AAMT member. Health Care rebates apply. Working Monday - Thursday. Call 85630142 or 0412482196 for an appointment.


KAPUNDA Indoor Market Sunday - 11th September CWA Hall - Main Street 9.00 - 3.00 FREE ENTRY Next Market - Celtic Weekend 15th & 16th October Welcome to browse .au


FOOTY TIPPING 2011 Round 24: Winner - R Giersch $50

The Barossa Education Trust has a special emphasis on the development of opportunities for young people through secondary and tertiary education.

1st: T. Gerlach 2nd: S. Lubcke 3rd: S. Mardle Thank you to everyone who entered this year, our most exciting ever! Thanks also to our major sponsors – Rob at Harvey Norman Munno Para, Adam at Harvey World Travel Barossa Valley, Matthew at KBL Security and Chris at the Vine Inn.

10th September 2011 • Furniture • Manchester • Men’s, Ladies’, Children’s Clothing • Shoes • Crockery • Records • Toys • Books • Assorted Bric-a-Brac

The Thomas Scholarship provides financial support for students who may otherwise be prevented from considering tertiary education because of financial disadvantage and/or the high cost of tertiary fees. An Application Kit including eligibility criteria can be obtained by calling 0401 677 278 or emailing WH1745353

Plus our weekly sponsors: Adelaide Heating & Cooling, Angaston Thrifty Link Hardware, Australia Wide Badges, Barossa Sportspower, Bridgestone Select Nuriootpa, The Cheesecake Shop, City Discount Tyres, Landmark, Lady Of Style, Office National Barossa, Roof Seal Kapunda and the Willaston Hotel. See you in 2012!

Saturday Market

Applications close on Friday 7 October, 2011


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

BAROSSA EXTERIOR RESTORATION & PAINTING SERVICE Roof seal & painting, stone and brick restoration. Multi skilled labour available. Exterior excellence. Ph: Steve 0434042793


GARDEN & YARD Maintenance; General Domestic - Rubbish Removal; Small Trees Trimmed; General Tidy Up; And much more all at affordable rates Pensioner Rates from $19p/hr All Enquiries KAVERIEK ENTERPRISES Ph: 0432579347


GS LANEY: JACK OF YOUR TRADE Paving, Retaining Walls, Bricklaying, Stormwater drainage, general maintanence. Call for a Quote Ph: Gavin 0438239032 BLD237351 HOME CLEANING & IRONING - $15 off first reg. service so you try us out. Ph: Carolyn or Nat till 8pm daily incl. w/ends. 0409691576 HOME CLEANING & IRONING - $15 off first reg. service so you try us out. Ph: Carolyn or Nat till 8pm daily incl. w/ends. 0409691576


Monday 12 September 2011 Kapunda Soldiers Memorial Hall 7.30pm GOLD COIN ENTRY GUEST SPEAKER SHOWJUMPING SHOW 17th & 18th September 2011 Kapunda Harness Racing Complex FREE TO SPECTATORS! More info: Further Enquiries: Jacqui Bridge - 0417 852 109



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

Barossa Education Trust WH1744933


PAINTER Local experience. Quality work. Free quote. Ph: Peter 0417805982 Lic. No. BLD48086 ROLLER shutter repairs 08 85662922


Sunday 18th September 11am till 3pm

ANN BROWNE Experienced Celebrant 0403 533 279

Freeling Recreation Park

A family friendly event!! Come and celebrate the opening of our cellar door and enjoy! * Great wine, * Live music entertainment, * Gourmet sausage sizzle, * Free face painting for the kids!! Bring along your picnic rug or deck chair and relax in our great atmosphere!!

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Phone 8563 2041 or email:

Hewett Centre

The Centre is a dynamic multi-purpose community and function facility that seeks to create and strengthen social links and provide a venue for celebrations. Situated at 28 Kingfisher Drive, Hewett, Please call 8522 4938 for more information

CIVIL CELEBRANT - Angela Nielsen Ceremonies designed for you. Marriages, namings, committment and renewal of vows. Ph: 0408107940 or 85642773 LEADLIGHT STUDIO make new, repair old, traditional to contemporary. For quality & competitive prices contact Tracy 85246959 Willliamstown SUFFERING FROM ACHES & PAINS? Feeling stressed or unwell? RELAX, RESTORE, REVITALISE! Remedial massage, Scenar Therapy or Reflexology can help! Treatments are tailored to your needs for best results. Gov. Accr. Practitioner with over 10 years professional experience. For your appointment phone Elwine 0419820921. Health fund rebates are available.



To all Wheaields Inc. members and interested persons. The Annual General Meeng of Wheaields Inc will be held on

Monday 17th of October 2011 commencing at 7:30pm. The meeng will be held at the Nursing Home, Hanson Street, Freeling.

BALLROOM Dancing Classes Fri nights 7.30pm, Lyndoch hall. Ph:83692282 - all ages.

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

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Sunday October 9th, 12:30pm -5:30pm


Cellar Door Open Day!

The meeting will be followed by lunch at 12noon Donation towards cost: $10.00 per person RSVP: To Rita or Stefani on 8562 4000 by 23/9/2011




Light Regional Council in conjunction with the Hewett Community Church of Christ Are delighted to announce the opening of the long awaited


Next market date: December 11th Facebook:

BAROSSA GARDENING AND MOWING SERVICE Lawnmowing and Gardening Evap Aircon Service/Repair Chimney Cleaning/Service Call David 0407189215


All Carers and members of the community are invited to attend the Annual General Meeting to be held at 11.00 am on Thursday 29 September 2011 at Vine Inn Garden Bistro

FREE entry, many different stalls to shop from, photographer, sausage sizzle and much more

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

Professional Resume Service “To give you that job winning edge� Suite 3, Kaiser Stuhl Office Building, Beckwith Park, 30-38 Tanunda Road Nuriootpa 8562


Tanunda Football Club Junior Coaches

Enquiries to Anthony Westbrook: 8563 1464

Applications Close: 23rd September 2011

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Are you looking to move to Adelaide? We seek a motivated and responsible person who is able to work full time and is eager to learn all aspects of a legal secretary position. Sound computer knowledge including the use of Microsoft Office programs is essential. The position includes secretarial, rounds and filing clerk duties. We hope the applicant will acquire and develop accounting and personal assistant skills to further their career with our firm. Please send your application and resume to: The Office Manager, Madsen Rowley GPO Box 11011, Adelaide SA 5001 OR

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Position enquiries: Terry Higgins (08) 8724 2984 (Green Triangle), Glenn Josephs (08) 8521 1708 0RXQW/RIW\5DQJHVDQG0LG1RUWK 

Green Triangle (Penola, Mt Burr and Mt Gambier Depots)



More than 1 position Temporary and Casual Positions until 27th April 2012 Level 2 ($795.78 pw)


for U9's, U11's, U13's and U15's grades

Applications to: The Junior Secretary 6 Hoffmann Ave Tanunda SA 5352 Email:

Summer Crew


Invites Applications for Season 2012



HOUSEKEEPER / NANNY Casual Housekeeper/Nanny for busy working family, wanted for 2-3 mornings or afternoons per week. Flexible with hours, references essential. Duties; cleaning, washing, ironing , meal preparation, general domestic duties. Apply in writing to: Box 341, TANUNDA 5352 Ph: 0412 258 665


The Company Rural Funds Management Limited (RFM) is an alternate asset class manager specialising in rural property based managed funds. RFM currently manages around $290 million of agricultural assets for around 6,500 investors. An opportunity currently exists for a Vineyard Operator servicing our Viticulture Operation in the Barossa Valley, South Australia. Responsibilities Under the direction of the Vineyard Manger, you will play an active part in all viticulture operations including machinery operations, spraying for weeds and insects and monitoring irrigation systems. You will also be involved in facilitating spray, fertilizer and pruning programs and assisting in maintenance activities. Our successful candidate will also assist in general work plans and the supervision of contractors. Selection Criteria Essential: • Current manual drivers’ license. • Chemical Certificate and forklift licence. • Sound working knowledge of machine operation technology as well as hands on vineyard procedures. • Good communication and interpersonal skills Highly regarded: • Sound judgement and decision making skills • Ability to lead by example and positively influence a team • Well organised and ability to coordinate multiple activities • AQF level 2 or other industry certification








Remuneration & Benefits The successful applicant will be offered a competitive salary dependant on previous experience and qualifications. Other employee benefits will be negotiated with the successful candidate. You will also be eligible to participate in the company’s group salary continuance and life insurance plan at no cost. To apply, forward a covering letter addressing the above criteria and a resume to Human Resources, Rural Funds Management Limited - Canberra, Locked Bag 150, Kingston ACT 2604, or e-mail Enquiries can be directed to Matt Bawden on 0409 816 741.

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Winery Vintage Casuals Cellar, Weighbridge and Laboratory

Also seeking: Psychology/Biology Teacher: This is a full time contract position for 2012 for a person with the skills to teach Psychology and Biology to Yr 12 level. Experience in Science and Maths would be an advantage.

Part Time 32 hours (4 Days)

Tanunda, SA

ENGLISH COORDINATOR 2012 Faith Lutheran School is committed to providing a complete and distinctive secondary education in a caring Christian environment. Set on picturesque grounds at the foothills of the Barossa Valley in Tanunda, this co-ed school has a record of excellence catering for more than 660 students with varying abilities.

Applicants must demonstrate well developed ICT skills, a commitment to Middle Years approaches, and support for the School’s Christian ethos. For more information visit websites or or contact Robyn Sloane, the Principal’s Personal Assistant. Applications close on Tuesday, 20th September addressed to: The Principal, Mr G L Cramer Faith Lutheran School PO Box 296, Tanunda SA 5352 Phone: 8561 4201 Fax: 8563 2408 Email:


Journalist South Australia’s largest circulating regional newspaper, the Barossa & Light Herald, is seeking a Journalist. The Herald, which serves the picturesque Barossa Valley, including the regional townships of Tanunda, Nuriootpa, Angaston, Kapunda, Gawler & surrounding districts, is published weekly with a free circulation of 21,400. We are looking for someone who possesses a good news sense, and a strong knowledge of the areas in which we circulate. The person we seek will be: • Committed to quality journalism and newspaper production. • Keen to take an active role in the community. • Passionate and involved in all sections of the newspaper from general news and sport to social news and commercial features. • Familiar with our developing on-line product and able to contribute to this area.

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Applications to be forwarded to: Graham Fischer, Editor, Barossa & Light Herald. PO Box 43, Tanunda SA, 5352 or by email: Phone enquiries: 8563 2041


Closing date for applications is Monday, September 12

CHEF/COOK A casual position has become available in our highly organised kitchen at the Vine Inn Hotel. Applicant must be a reliable, motivated & enthusiastic person. If you have a passion for food, have proven experience in a well organised kitchen environment and excellent attention to detail,this could be the job for you. Successful applicant will be required for flexible hours including night & weekend work on a rotating roster. Applications to: General Manager Nuriootpa Vine Inn Hotel-Motel PO Box 32 NURIOOTPA SA 5355 Email: Fax: 08 8562 3236 Applications close on Tues 20th Sept 2011

Monday 26 September ............Mystery Trip 2 (How, cute am I) Thursday 6 October ................AI-RU Gardens Wednesday 19 October...........Mystery Trip 3 (One for the ladies & one for the men, but I know you’ll enjoy each others) Saturday 19 November ...........Balaklava Christmas Fair Wednesday 7 December .........Cherries and Robern Menz SUNDAY 1 JANUARY 2012......NEW YEARS DAY LUNCH AT BALHANNAH HOTEL

8562 8092

• Relax during a moisturising facial suited to skin condition • Eyebrows are tidied • Hands and arms massaged • Leave with skin care advice and a light application of make up

Only at:


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MUSICALS IN THE MOOD Wednesday 5th October 3pm Matinee. At Her Majesty’s Theatre. WILLIAMSTOWN AMATEUR PLAYERS INC Presents “The Magic Walking Stick Saturday 15th October 2pm. Perf / Lunch at the Williamstown Hotel HOWIE BROS: & WAYNE HORSBURGH Thursday 24th November. At the Munno Para Community Centre. Dinner & Show


Thursday 15 December...........Lobethal Lights


• Begin with a 15 minute aromatic back massage

(next to Saltram Winery), Angaston

FIRST AID Monday 19 Sept. Bowling Club Nuriootpa. Bookings essential. Phone 0413115743 Nationally Accredited.


Relax into Spring Package $99 (value $200)

Ph 8564 2430 | Located at Strathlyn B&B


WHAT’S COMING UP WITH Thursday 3 November.............Craft & Quilt Fair



Faith Lutheran School


APPLICATIONS IN WRITING TO: Or to the Manager, PO Box 599, Tanunda SA 5352 Or Phone (08) 8563 1123


This is a full time permanent position for a person with the skills to teach English to Yr 12 level and the qualities to be a dynamic and innovative team leader. Experience in other teaching methods would be an advantage.

Dorrien Winemaking is one of Australia’s leading grape crushing and Winemaking facilities. The modern winemaking facility produces exclusive products to Cellarmasters, Australia’s largest merchant of direct market home-delivered wines. Located in the heart of the Barossa Valley, the winery also provides full winemaking and processing services to contract customers. The Winery is currently seeking casual Cellar, Weighbridge and Laboratory staff for the 2012 Vintage. Employment will be on a seasonal casual basis commencing January 2012. Previous Vintage or winery experience would be beneficial. All positions will involve overtime including weekend and shift work. Applicants should be highly motivated, have a good level of numeracy and literacy and be able to work well in a team environment. A considerable amount of physical labour will be required in these positions. Applications are to be forwarded by Sept 23rd Applications in writing to: Matt Reimann, Winemaker Cellarmaster Wines Pty.Ltd. Dorrien Winemaking, PO Box 442, Tanunda S.A. 5352 or email Any enquiries ph 0885612200



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Wednesday, September 7, 2011 - Page 29 - The Herald, Barossa Valley


ATTENTION ALL NETBALL PLAYERS Earn loyalty points of five per cent for your club along with your usual points. Simply just swipe your Wohlers Loyalty Card on your next purchase.



Second semi-final results Senior One scoreboard Team 1st Willaston 11 South Gawler 14

Played at Kapunda Sub Junior 3: Gawler Central 12 def Angaston 11. This was a very scrappy game with many balls thrown away. The first half players did not settle into this game until pressure was applied to make every goal count. With only three goals the difference at half-time changes were made and the Angaston players made some important intercepts however Gawler Central were more accurate with the goals and were able to hold their lead until the end winning by just one goal.

Sub Junior 1: Gawler Central 26 def Freeling 23. An evenly-contested game with Freeling holding the narrowest of leads through the first half. Central took the lead late in the third quarter and went into the last up by a goal. The momentum changed many times throughout the final quarter with Central holding a three-goal lead on the final whistle.

Junior 1: South Gawler 42 def Nuriootpa 37. South started well and settled to the pressure of finals better than the Nuri girls resulting in a four-goal lead at quarter time. South continued their momentum during the second quarter shooting accurately to increase their lead to five at half-time. Nuri made some player changes to try and change their momentum but South continued their lead to seven goals at the last break. Nuri rallied in the fourth quarter and cut the lead back to five goals but the gap was too large and South advance through.

ABOVE: Willaston defender Jasmin Hoffrichter takes an intercept in front of South’s Carmen Gaskell. BELOW: Willaston’s Senior Two goalie Shannon Jackson, one of the few players to wear glasses, in front of South Gawler’s Sarah Kent.

Intermediate 1: Willaston 37 def Gawler Central 28. A really scrappy game with the wind and nerves having an impact on the skills of both teams. The first half was extremely even and Willaston led by just one goal. In the third quarter Willaston were able to capitalise more easily on their opportunities and extended their lead to seven by threequarter-time. Injuries left Centrals without a bench and the warm conditions were telling. Willaston pulled away in the final term to be eventual winners by nine goals. Intermediate 2: Willaston 37 d South Gawler 36. South Gawler was able to settle early and led by a narrow margin at the first break. Willaston applied pressure and were able to match South in the second quarter with only a fourgoal difference at the half-time break. The battle began in the last half with both teams contesting the ball and capitalising on every turnover with Willaston able to finish the game with a one-goal lead and advance to the grand final. Senior 6: Willaston 48 def Gawler Central 36. This match was evenly contested in the first half with Willaston in front by only two goals at the half-time break. Central tried hard but Willaston continued to capitalise on their defensive turnovers in the second half. Willaston increased their lead each quarter to eventually finish the game with a 12-goal lead at the final whistle. Senior 5: Angaston 48 def South Gawler 38. Both teams came out firing with South taking the first quarter honours by two. Angaston’s goalies dominated in the second quarter to set Angaston up with a seven-goal lead at half-time. Both teams worked hard in the second half, but Angaston played the steadier netball to run out victors by 10 goals. Senior 4: Gawler Central 48 def South Gawler 43. South Gawler got off to a good start being two goals up in the first couple of minutes but Central settled and finished the quarter one goal up. After a change in Central’s attack at the break, they came out firing. Good defensive pressure created turnovers that goalies capitalised on to have a five-goal lead at the half time break. South made changes and again five minutes into the third quarter, but the circle defence and the drive saw Central continue their lead by seven goals going into the final quarter. South applied pressure over the court but left their run too late with Central five goals up. Senior 3: Angaston 53 def Gawler Central 49. A physical encounter with both teams going hard at the ball. Angaston held the lead by one at the first break and stretched it out to three by half-time. Central made positional changes and the third quarter was an even contest. In the last quarter every time Central made headway into the deficit Angaston steadied to maintain their lead to the finish, winners by four. Senior 2: Willaston 38 def South Gawler 37. A tightly-contested match where the lead changed numerous times. Both teams went hard at the ball, which created numerous turnovers for both teams. Willaston played the steadier netball in the final quarter as South made numerous unforced errors, to run out victors by one goal.

If you played A grade or Reserves football or netball in Senior One, Two or Intermediate One on the weekend at Kapunda go to the Herald website to see if you are in our sport gallery.

3rd 14 9

4th 11 15

O1 9 4

O2 8 8

Final 63 58

Willaston in overtime

Sub Junior 2: Gawler Central 22 def Angaston 16. Angaston started the game the strongest holding a three-goal lead. Both teams were evenly matched in both attack and defence, however in the last half Central proved too strong, making use of the turnovers and accuracy in goals. Angaston fought hard right to the end and it was a good game to watch but Central advance to the grand final.

Junior 2: South Gawler 46 def Willaston 39. Both teams started well evenly contesting the ball. South put the pressure on in the second quarter and was able to get a 10-goal lead at half-time. Willaston made some player changes and regrouped to outscore South in the third quarter. The last quarter saw both teams taking every opportunity to capitalise on each other’s errors and turn the ball over to their advantage. South were able to maintain their lead and finish the game seven goals ahead.

2nd 10 8

STRONG: Willaston’s Laura Anders runs forward to accept a pass during the Intermediate One second semi-final. Netball second semi-finals Gawler Central, Saturday, September 10

Time 9am

Grade Sub Junior 1 Sub Junior 2 Sub Junior 3 10am Junior 1 Junior 2 11.30am Intermediate 1 Intermediate 2 1.15pm Senior 2 Senior 4 Senior 6 2.45pm Senior 1 Senior 3 Senior 5

Teams Court Freeling v Angaston Court 1 Angaston v Nuriootpa Court 2 Angaston v Kapunda Court 3 Nuriootpa v Kapunda Court 2 Willaston v Gawler Central Court 1 Gawler Central v Nuriootpa Court 2 South Gawler v Gawler C Court 3 South Gawler v Angaston Court 1 South Gawler v Willaston Court 3 Gawler Central v Angaston Court 2 South Gawler v Kapunda Court 1 Gawler C v South Gawler Court 3 South Gawler v Willaston Court 2

WILLASTON have the opportunity to land their third Herald Cup in the past four years after winning their way into the 2011 Senior One netball grand final. But it took an overtime effort to beat South Gawler by five goals in a thrilling second semi-final. And it also saw Willaston have to score the last two goals of the fourth quarter to grab a draw at full time after South Gawler coach Karina Cook pulled a coaching move which nearly swept the Lions into their first grand final since the year 2000. Concerned by the shooting statistics, Cook brought on 39-year-old Nicole Vardy who has been playing Senior Threes and hasn’t played Senior One since 2001. Vardy shot all 15 goals for South in the fourth quarter to take South from a five goal three-quarter-time deficit to lead by two goals with only minutes to play. But like the good side they are, Willaston, the minor premier shot the two goals needed to snatch a draw. Once into overtime Willaston made the break in the first period scoring seven straight goals to go from a goal down to six up before leading by five going into the second part of overtime and heading on to victory. Cook also had a surprise opening line up which also proved a winner. With goal defence Stacey Dunn unavailable because of a calf injury, it was thought she may play centre Anna Dunn at goal defence but she opted to put wing defence Brooke Giorgetti back to goal defence leaving Dunn at centre. Young Erin Butcher was given the wing defence bib and job of cutting former state league player Jess Wilson out of the game. Dunn was dynamic at centre creating many intercepts and providing plenty of drive while both Giorgetti and Butcher did well. “I gave thought to putting Anna back to goal defence as I have done previously but decided that she was of more value at centre and she was sensational,” Cook said. “And I was also very pleased with Brooke and Erin.” Willaston’s line up saw sisters Jess and Danica Earle fill the defence circle with mid-season recruit Jasmin Hoffrichter on the bench. Hoffrichter came on late in the second quarter replacing goal keeper Jess Earle and had an influence. Credit to the Willaston defenders, they managed to grab many rebounds when the South goalies had a shooting lapse from midway through the second quarter. Willaston coach Lisa Wilson paid tribute to her defence players. “They were magnificent all day and kept us in the game, ultimately giving us the opportunity to take the lead,” Wilson said. How the game developed. First quarter: Turnovers were common place as both sides tried to settle into a rhythm but found the warm and windy conditions very trying. Willaston looked to take control midway through the quarter when they established a 7-3 lead but with intercepts, one brilliant by Anna Dunn, South came back with six straight goals to lead 9-7 and with an even final part of the quarter led 14-11 at quarter time. South goalies Kayla Collins (10/12) and Paula O’Donoghue (4/5) were excellent while Lisa Wilson was carrying the Willaston attack with nine goals from 11 attempts and goal attack Bronwyn Heaps having a tough time with two goals from three attempts. Second quarter:

History will show that this was the quarter where South could have set themselves up for victory but left the door open for Willaston. South started the quarter where they had left off with the first two goals to lead

What the coaches said... Lisa Wilson (Willaston) “I’m glad to come away with a win, it was a tough game. “When we started we tried not to get too hyped and maybe we went a bit too easy and credit to South they played better. But credit to the girls they worked their way back to take the lead. “What a quarter by Nicole Vardy for South to level up the game at full time. She was brilliant. But our defence, which had been good all day, created some turnovers in overtime and we were able to get the win. Now for the grand final.” Karina Cook (South Gawler) “I’m proud of the way the girls never gave up and were able to take the game to overtime. “Obviously I’m disappointed with the loss and felt we had our chances to have a good lead by half-time. “Nic Vardy did a great job to come on at three-quarter-time and have such an impact. Hopefully we’ll have defender Stacey Dunn back for next week’s preliminary final.” by five at 16-11. Soon though the game developed into a tight contest with turnovers but Willaston was able to slowly tick the scoreboard over and in a patch added six goals to just one by South as the Lion goalies suddenly found it hard to convert. But they did score enough to take a one goal lead 22-21 at half-time. The stats though were damming. Willaston added 10 goals from just 12 shots while the Lions had added eight from 19 attempts. A better scoring percentage would have South well clear. Third quarter:

It was goal-for-goal early before Willaston managed a run of five to convert a one-goal deficit into a four-goal lead. The Donnybrooks stretched it out to six before South clawed it back to four at the final change. Again, Willaston’s 14 goals came from 16 attempts while South’s nine had been from 13 shots. Fourth quarter:

Karina Cook brought on Nicole Vardy with the instruction - stay in the circle and shoot goals which she did. From the first time she took the ball, anywhere in the ring, Vardy shot and she had added four in the blink of an eye. South added seven to just three by Willaston and scores were level. The game was goal-for-goal to 44-all before South shot two straight to lead 4644 but Willaston, like the top side they are, managed to add two for a 46-all final score. Overtime - first period: While Vardy’s shooting and presence lifted South in the fourth quarter, Willaston steadied in this period and had a double defence on the Lion shooter and were able to create turnovers to add seven goals without reply. At the end of the first period, Willaston led 55-50. Overtime - Second period: South regrouped and made a tough contest as they tried to battle back. The Lions created one turnover and drew to within three but Willaston was able to goal off their centre pass each time to maintain a lead and win through to their third grand final in the past four years.

Shooting statistics Player Willaston Lisa Wilson Bronwyn Heaps South Gawler Kayla Collins Paula O’Donoghue Nicole Vardy

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9/11 6/7 2/3 4/5

9/10 5/6

10/12 5/8 1/2 4/5

6/8 2/3

45/56 18/24

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2011 BL&GFA best and fairest votes

Angaston Bradley Brook 2 2 Cameron Nagle 1 1 Christopher Jasper 3 1 1 5 Jason Carter 3 3 Matthew Kurtz 2 2 Nicholas Pech 1 1 2 4 Scott Linke 2 2 Barossa District Alex Stone* 3 2 3 2 1 11 Andrew Thwaites 3 3 Ben Jones 1 1 Benjamin Bussell 3 3 Damian Rowley 3 3 Danny Jug 1 1 David Goodfellow 2 3 5 Gary Koch 1 1 Jason Rider 2 1 3 3 2 3 14 Jeffrey Woods 3 1 3 7 Josh Roche 1 2 2 5 Mark Van Domelle 1 1 Michael Baraglia* 1 1 Ryan Fromm 2 2 Freeling Aaron Jungfer 1 1 Jake Ashenden 1 1 1 3 James Lienert 1 1 Luke Shannon 1 1 Troy Haseldine 2 2 Tyson Ruediger 3 3 Gawler Central Shane Dawe 2 3 5 Brodie Kitson 3 3 Jordon Purdie 1 1 Lachlen Hewett 1 2 3 Luke Stockdale 1 1 Mark Cluse 1 3 3 7 Matthew Ness 1 3 4 Michael Davis 1 1 Michael Starr 2 2 Kapunda Aaron Nitschke 1 2 1 1 5 Adam Menzel 1 1 Andrew May 3 3 Bradley Williams 3 3 Chris Smith 2 2 James Cobbledick 1 1 Kieren Chappell 2 2 Lachlan Mickan 3 3 Liam Heeley 2 2 4 Matthew May 3 2 5 Nathan Baggott 1 1 Ryan Zivic 3 3 6 Samuel Pratt 2 2 Scott Close 2 2 Nuriootpa Aaron Kurtz 3 3 Alex Edwards 3 3 Arlon Hall 2 3 3 8 Bradley Hollitt 2 2 Brenton Carter 3 2 5 Brett Lydeamore 3 2 1 6 Duncan Cragg Sapsford 1 1 Gary Taplin 1 1 Gregg Falkenberg 3 3 1 1 333 17 Jordan Roesler 1 1 Judd Smith 2 2 Luke Cook 2 1 1 2 1 2 11 11 Luke Steinborner 1 1 Ryan Skipworth 1 1 Travis Jungfer 2 2 South Gawler Adrian Brown 1 1 Brenton Craig 2 3 1 3 9 Domonic Musolino 3 3 Jonathon Costa 1 1 Keith Houston 2 3 2 7 Ken Dudek 1 1 Luke McCracken 3 2 3 2121233 22 Matthew DeMeo 3 3 Matthew Trezeciak 1 1 22 6 Nick O’Reilly 2 2 4

Senior Colts Angaston Matthew Williams 2 1 3 Malakye Makris 1 1 Barossa District Anthony Zachopoulos 3 3 Bradley Traynor 3 1 4 Dolton Curtis 3 2 1 3 1 10 Haiden Errock 1 1 Jake Wicker 2 3 5 Ryan Watson 2 3 5 Stephen Scally 2 1 2 1 6 Timothy Cameron 2 1 3 Timothy Lees 3 1 4 William Aylett 3 2 1 6 William Roberts 1 3 2 3 9 Freeling Bartholomew Ryan 2 2 Callum Hirst 1 2 1 1 5 Hayden Robinson 2 3 5 Jack Hancock 3 2 5 Jacob Hirst 2 2 Joshua Robinson 3 3 6 Joshua Slater 2 2 Kevin Johnson 3 1 1 2 2312 15 Kurt Wright 1 3 4 Gawler Central Adam Wolters 1 1 Cameron Maher 3 3 1 33312 19 Douglas McKenzie 1 1 Dylan Hewett 1 1 2 Jake Drew 3 3 2 1 1 10 Joel Oxenham 3 3 Luke Edwards 3 2 1 2 3 213221 22 Matthew Pike 2 2 Matthew White 2 2 Michael James 1 1 2 Rhys Kalic 2 3 2 3 3 3 16 Tyler Hutton 1 2 3 Tyler Phillips 2 2 Kapunda Joseph Brown 1 1 Matthew Good 3 3 6 Mitchell Gutterson 2 1 3 Tyler Matthews Brown 31 4 Patrick Keynes 1 1 Samuel Modra 2 2 Shane Zelenko 2 1 3 Reece Hocking* 1 1 Nuriootpa Alec Bryce 1 3 3 7

Alex Cameron 3 3 Connor Schneider 2 1 3 Douglas Duff 1 1 Jackson Baldwin* 2 3 3 3 11 Jake Dahms 3 1 2 6 James Braunack 1 1 James Graetz 2 3 2 3 10 Jason Steer 2 1 3 Jordan Robertson 1 1 Kieron Schupelius 2 2 Lachlan Franz 2 2 Luke Bevan* 2 2 Taylor Laverty 1 1 South Gawler Alex Hansen 3 3 6 Alex Hayden 2 2 Anthony Simpson 3 3 Bradley Bain 2 1 2 3 1 2 11 Brodie Barker 2 2 1 5 Callan Elworthy 1 1 Daniel Marshall 2 2 Dylan Schwerdt 3 3 6 Joel Chapman 2 2 Josh Naumann 2 2 Matthew Daly 2 2 Matthew Naumann 2 1 3 Mitchell Manno 3 2 5 Patrick White 3 3 Rhys Davies 1 1 Sam Ireland 3 3 6 Tanunda Elliot Wilson 3 3 Jacob Marschall 3 2 1 22 10 James Marshall 2 1 3 2 332 16 John Nienhaus 1 1 Mitchell Fox 3 3 Nathaniel Geue 1 1 1 3 Parker Neldner 1 1 2 1 3323 16 Ryan Owen 2 3 5 Sam O’Toole 1 1 Sean Mickan 1 1 William Mudge 3 2 3 1 1 10 Willaston Adam Jones 2 3 2 7 Benjamin Case 2 3 1 6 Hayden Moss 1 2 3 Kane Rickard* 3 3 Luke Trenowden 1 1 2

Tom Bornholdt 1 1 Tyson Heintzberger 3 3 Tyson Irlam 3 2 2 7

Junior Colts Angaston Bradley Cleghorn 1 1 Benjamin Antonie 1 1 Blake Holmes 3 3 Callan Lowke 3 3 3 3 1 13 Damian Haberman 2 2 Dylan Schmidt 2 1 3 Mitchell Craddock 2 2 Barossa District Alex Arthur 1 2 1 3 1 3 11 Connor Robinson 2 2 Damien Nangle 2 2 Jack Charles 3 3 3 2 11 Matthew Slade 1 3 1 5 Nathan Casboult 2 2 Riley Allington 2 2 4 Todd Baron 1 1 Freeling Adam Byster 1 1 2 Benjamin Heinrich 1 1 1233 11 Dale Hamlyn 1 2 1 4 Gawler Central Brandon Swan 1 1 Brodie Neale 3 3 Bryce Connole 3 3 Cameron Reynolds 2 2 Dylan Bell 2 1 3 Isaya McKenzie 1 2 1 2 2 8 Jackson Harvey 3 2 1 6 Jake Needham 2 2 2 6 Kyle Wurst 2 3 2 3 1 1 33333 27 Liam Neville 2 1 3 Matthew Stewart 3 2 2 1 8 Sean Maher 1 1 Tyson Duffield 1 1 Vaughan Kroon 3 3 1 7 Kapunda Andrew Dempsey 3 Connor McLean 2 Darrien Collins 1 Jack Muir 1 Jacob Williams 1 1 2

James Davidson 1 1 Jarrod Day 2 3 5 Joel Foster 3 3 3 3 3 15 Joseph Brown 3 3 3 2 11 Matthew Good 1 2 2 2 33233 21 Reece Hocking* 1 1 3 5 Thomas Williams 1 2 2 5 Trent Hunt 1 1 Nuriootpa Aaron Laverty 1 1 2 Jordan Furnell 2 3 2 3 3331 20 Bradley Hoepner 2 2 Cameron Ireland 2 1 3 Clancy Venable 2 3 5 Dale Schulz 2 2 Nicholas Lange 2 3 5 Thomas Watson 1 1 William Shaw* 3 1 4 South Gawler Ben Washington 3 3 1 7 Brad Torkington 1 1 Bradley Cheer 3 3 Bradley Dankiewicz 2 2 1233 13 Braydyn Lehman 1 2 3


Junior Registrations and Senior Training Day Sunday 11th September at Dutton Park Junior Registrations from 10am Senior Training from 1pm

Riverton Saddleworth Marrabel United Football Club

Written applications to be forwarded to : Secretary RSMU FC PO Box 44 SADDLEWORTH SA 5413 By Friday, September 30th 2011 Enquiries to Andrew Parkinson 0419 428 669

* denotes ineligible.

The Barossa District Football Club is seeking applications for the positions of FOOTBALL OPERATIONS MANAGER and JUNIOR FOOTBALL DIRECTOR for the 2012 season and beyond. Both positions are an integral part of the Club’s football operations. Therefore, the Club is seeking passionate, organised and committed individuals for these roles. For more information about the positions and to access the position duty statements visit the club website at Applications for either position should be addressed to the Club President, Simon Taylor, via or phone 0439 509 207. Applications close on the 30 September 2011.


A, B, U17 and U14

Tanunda Alex Hutchinson 3 2 2 7 Blake Lockett 2 1 2 2 3 22 14 Curtis Linton 3 3 Darian Ryles 3 1 2 3 2 11 13 David Trotta 1 1 1 3 1 1 8 Ethan Moore 1 1 1 1 4 Jordan Falkenberg 2 2 Sam Brooks 3 2 3 8 Willaston Brandon Rendell 2 2 Brayden Coombs 2 2 3 23 12 Jarrod Smoult 3 2 3 3 1 1333 22 Jackson Cole 1 1 Zach Hentschke 2 2 1 5 Todd Stansborough 2 1 3


3 2 1 1 4

Applications invited for coaches for 2012 season

Jack Millar 2 3 3 8 Kurt Dallwitz 2 2 Michael Lynch 1 1 Tyson Panagioutou 1 2 112221 12

Senior Training will be Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5pm from this day onwards. Anyone who is interested in coaching for the Junior Sides please apply via email to

All New Players Welcome

Any enquiries call Troy on 04178 842 880

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Peter Errigo 2 2 Shane O’Donoghue 3 1 4 Tyson Gordon 3 3 Tanunda Aaron Fechner 2 3 5 Christian Gattermayer 3 3 Chris Collins 1 2 3 Craig Underwood 2 2 Damien Wallace 2 2 Daniel Coles 3 3 Daniel Schilling 2 2 2 6 David Goern 1 3 4 Gareth Davis 1 1 Joshua West 2 2 Justin Ward 3 3 Kiel Falkenberg 3 3 1 2 9 Lachlan Agars 3 3 Luke Hamra 1 1 Reece Ferrett 2 3 1 6 Richard Kruger 2 2 Scott Rogash 3 3 Shane Dalby 2 2 William Grosser 1 3 2 6 Willaston Adam Moss 1 3 4 Brandon Nottle 1 3 4 Chris Miller 1 2 3 6 Daniel Brooks 2 2 Daniel Hendry 1 1 Daniel McDonough 2 2 Duncan Borland 1 1 Geoffrey Tayler 1 1 Jared Farrow 2 3 3 3 2 13 Jason Carter 3 2 1 1 7 Jason Goodfellow 2 2 3 7 Luke Copley 3 3 2 8 Matthew Cotton 1 1 MatthewTreloar 3 3 6 Max Bornholdt 2 3 2 2 9 Michael Brown 3 3 Paul Mitchell 2 2 Ryan Boers 1 2 1 4


Angaston Andrew Pech 2 2 3 3 10 Brandon Kurtz 1 1 2 Craig Harvey 1 2 3 2 3 222 17 Jarred Rathjen 2 2 Joel Wilson 1 1 Scott Rathjen 2 2 Shannon Patterson 2 2 Barossa District Aaron McAlpine 1 1 Adam Spencer 2 3 1 3 1 10 Darren Sharp 2 2 Glen Chamberlain 3 3 Heath Commane 1 3 2 2 8 Jack Madgen 1 1 James Angus 2 2 Joshua Moore 3 3 Launce Kent 3 3 Mathew Stelzer 3 3 Paul Stelzer 2 3 3 8 Roger James 1 1 Scott Jenkins 1 1 Freeling Darren Leske 3 1 1 3 2 10 John James 3 2 5 Luke Mensforth 2 1 3 Malcolm Greenwood 3 12131 11 Mark Mensforth 2 2 Shane Schubert 3 3 1 23 12 Gawler Central Aaron King 3 1 4 Casey Thomas 3 1 4 Jason Blakemore 1 3 3 2 9 Jordan Purdie 2 3 1 6 Kalon Heintze 3 1 4 Kirk Heberle 2 2 4 Luke Howard 2 2 3 1 8 Paul Bova 3 3 3 9 Sean Brading 2 1 3 Shane Souter 3 2 2 7 Kapunda Adam Turrell 1 1 Andrew Turrell 1 1 3 2 1 123 14 Brad Taylor 3 3 1 2 3 12 Brad Valentine 2 2 Cameron McKinnon 1 1 Craig Prior 3 3 Justin Zanandrea 2 2 Mark Cussadia 1 1 Nathan Brady 3 2 3 8 Toby Johnson 1 2 2 1 6 Wesley Farley 1 1 Nuriootpa Craig Gogoll 1 1 Craig Taylor 1 1 2 Duncan Cragg Sapsford 2 3 5 Jarrod Tregenza 1 1 Jason Rodda 2 2 Justin Modistach 1 1 Nathan Salter 3 2 2 3 10 Ryan Salter 2 2 William Nicholls 2 3 3 2 212 15 South Gawler Aaron Bain 1 1 Aaron Bayliss 1 3 4 Brady Scott 3 3 Daniel Lee 1 1 Heath Lawry 1 1 2 Matthew Foldesdy 2 2 Ryan Appleton 2 2 2 6 Ryan Porter 1 3 3 1 8 Tanunda Aaron Fechner 2 2 Andrew Prior 1 1 Barry Kaesler 1 1 2 Ben Newberry 2 2 4 Benjamin Schiller 3 1 3 13 11 Craig Bevan 2 2 Daniel Bergen 3 3 Justin Ward 1 1 Lachlan Agars 1 3 4 Leigh Westhoff 1 3 1 5 Luke Wells 3 2 2 2 3 12 Matt Underwood 3 2 5 Nicholas Schmidt 3 3 3 9 Ryan Bignell 1 3 1 1 3 22 13 Samuel Agars 2 1 3 Willaston

Chris McLean 3 3 Jamie Williams 2 2 James Jones 1 1 Joshua Carter 2 2 Joshua Taylor 2 2 1 2 7 Joel Campbell 3 1 3 1 31 12 Matthew Brooks 1 1 Sam Walton 2 2 2 3 2 3 313 21 Shaun Baker 1 3 1 5 Michael McLean 1 1


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Tanunda the best By MIKE TEAKLE TANUNDA’S second semi-final demolition of Gawler Central confirms their status as the greatest team the Barossa, Light and Gawler Association has seen. They belted Central by 135 points. Tanunda exploded from the opening ball up to slam through the first four goals of the match on their way to five in the term (three to Sam Agars and two from Craig Bevan) leaving the Tigers stunned. The Tigers recovered with goals to Shane Souter, Kirk Heberle, Scott Hahn and Clint Hill to get themselves back in the game by quarter-time. A 10-goal-to-three explosion in the second quarter took the game completely away from Central. The Tigers, who beat Tanunda earlier in the year, were made to look simply second rate. Central had tinkered with their kick in strategy and it clearly hadn’t worked as they repeatedly kicked the ball into the corridor where Agars, Luke Wells and Barry Kaesler were dominating the aerial contests. It wasn’t just the kick-ins. Central’s ball movement lacked conviction and Tanunda found it easy to pick up turnovers at will. The ruck contest between Wells and Central’s Luke Howard was tight at the stoppages but the Tanunda big man was at his peerless best around the ground. Tanunda’s star-studded midfield fed off Wells’ energy and ran amok through the middle of the ground and when Ben Newberry, Tom Schiller, Ryan Bignell and Ben Schiller are allowed to do that the game is over. Magpie captain Newberry’s display of gut-running in the second quarter was inspirational. As was playing coach Ben Britton’s high flying mark in the goal square. Daniel Bergen and Nick Schmidt were providing plenty of run and rebound off half back to help carve the Tigers up although a Bergen miskick turned out to be the best delivery Hahn had received all day and the Tiger captain duly converted. Kaesler was doing a lot of work up forward to create for his teammates, a fact that didn’t go unnoticed by his captain. “Baz is fantastic up there,” Newberry said. “He gives us a real focal point and is so valuable.” The third term saw no let up for


South sensational SOUTH won an all-Gawler battle in the under 17s defeating Central by 39 points to book their place in the grand final. After up and down form in the second half of the season, South Gawler’s win was significant and a huge relief knowing they have made the grand final via the shortest route. The game was a tight, scrappy affair in the hot, blustery conditions at Dutton Park. South were in control from the start pushing their lead out to 25 points by half-time thanks to a combination of a pair of goals to Bradley Bain in the second quarter and some tight defence that kept the Tigers goalless. The Lions further extended their lead in the third term to a seemingly safe 29 point margin by the final break. But coach Steve Nicolai was emphatic in his message. “I told them it was vital that they maintain their intensity and that the back six continue their work as they’d been great up until that point,” Nicolai said. “Jack Greatorex was a rock at centre half back, Brodie Barker was strong with four goals, and it was hard to pick best players.

“I could have said, all played well.” Josh Naumann was sparkplug for the winners in his role pinch hitting off the bench giving the Lions a bit more energy than the Tigers. Central played well through the midfield but struggled for the lack of a marking target inside their forward half. Matthew Pike was good for the vanquished Tigers but with no scoring power, three goals won’t get it done in many games let alone a final between the top two sides. South’s only hiccup came when Alex Hansen left the field with a calf injury late in the game but Nicolai is confident he will be alright in a fortnight’s time. “We should be ready for the game at Angaston but it’s hard to predict as the top four have been so close all year,” Nicolai said. “Really any of the three remaining teams are capable of winning it.” Gawler Central now find themselves in the position of needing to recover for a knockout preliminary final on their home ground against Tanunda. - Mike Teakle

IMPOSING: Tanunda ruckman Luke Wells marks strongly with opponent Luke Howard trying to spoil but too far away. Central as Tanunda plundered them for another 10 goals including a hat-trick to Tom Schiller and a pair to Leigh Westhoff who was becoming very active. The key factor about Tanunda is they don’t let up once they establish a large buffer, they just keep applying the pressure, and Tigers coach Craig Dawe expressed his admiration. “They’re a super side,” Dawe said.“It just goes to show when you’re prepared to work for each other and sacrifice for each other what you can achieve. They were 100 points up and kept their intensity high. “We won’t dwell on it, you can’t do that with a loss like this, and we’ll be positive and upbeat on the track this week.” The Tigers day got so bad that at one point in the final term they had just 17 men on the field with

Howard (severe cramp) and Hill both being put on ice for the day as it looked like the Tigers had thrown in the towel and were looking towards next week’s clash with Willaston. Former Tanunda captain Tom Schiller (five goals) was impressed with the Pies. “That’s the best we’ve played in four years,” Schiller said. While Tanunda are loaded with stars, one of the highlights of the match came when Scott Rogasch kicked a goal and was descended upon by his team to celebrate. “That says a lot about how valuable each and every member of this team is, “ Newberry said. “Scott’s a vital part of the team and did his job well. I think there is room to improve still, there’s no such thing as a perfect game. “Every time you step on the field you have to strive to be better.”

TACKLE: South Gawler’s Matthew Daly is about to tackle Cameron Maher of Gawler Central during the Senior Colts second semi-final. Watching on are Matt Neville (Gawler Central) and Steven Van Poorten (South Gawler). PIC: PLA Media

Barossa, Light and Gawler Football Association Second Semi-finals - Played at Kapunda on September 3 A GRADE Tanunda 5.3 15.7 25.12 34.13(217) Gawler Central 4.1 8.2 10.3 13.4(82)

Best: Tan - T Schiller, R Bignell, L Wells, L Westhoff, B Schiller, C Bevan; Cent - J Blakemore, K Heintze, R Wenham, J Latimer, J Asher. Goals: Tan - S Agars 5, B Newberry 5, T Schiller 5, B Kaesler 4, C Bevan 4, L Westhoff 3, B Schiller 3, B Britton 2, S Rogasch, R Bignell, M Underwood 1 ea; Cent - P Bova 3, C Hill 2, S Hahn 2, R Wenham, S Souter, J Latimer, K Heberle, T Foreman, L Corneliusen 1 ea.

Tanunda Willaston

RESERVES 2.6 4.10 6.13 1.3 3.4 4.6

8.16(64) 6.6(42)

SENIOR COLTS South Gawler 1.2 4.4 6.6 Gawler Central 0.2 0.3 1.7

10.7(67) 3.10(28)

Best: Tan - M Grocke, D Schilling, J Zimmermann, R Kruger, C Collins, S Morrison; Will - M Hollis, J Goodfellow, S Woods, D Borland, S White, J Farrow.

Best: South - M Daly, D Schwerdt, J Naumann, B Bain, T Lee, C Elworthy; Cent - M Pike, S Burchell, A Wolters, C Maher, A Crossley, J Drew.

Goals: Tan - K Falkenberg 2, C Gattermayr 2, R Kruger, S Morrison, D Wallace, D Coles 1 ea; Will - A Moss 2, D Brooks, L Copley, J Farrow, M Bornholdt 1 ea.

Goals: South - B Barker 4, B Bain 2, M Daly, P White, J Naumann, D Schwerdt 1 ea; Cent - A Crossley, M Neville, L Edwards 1 ea.

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JUNIOR COLTS Kapunda 2.3 4.5 8.6 Gawler Central 1.1 4.3 6.4

9.7(61) 6.6(42)

Best: Kap - J Brown, T Williams, M Good, T Hunt, C Mclean, J Freeman; Cent - J Harvey, D Bell, D Harding, V Kroon, C Reynolds, B Swan. Goals: Kap - T Williams 4, J Brown 2, M Good 2, D Collins 1; Cent - V Kroon 4, K Wurst 2.



Tanunda’s upset win By MIKE TEAKLE TANUNDA pulled off the perfect ambush in the Reserves second semi-final downing the previously unbeaten Willaston Donnybrooks by 22 points at Kapunda’s Dutton Park. The Magpies were at full strength and geared up to go about their business from the get-go kicking 2-6 in the opening term to put Willaston on the back foot. Tanunda coach Jack Ferrett spoke about his squad coming together just in time. “We’ve had 47 players take the field for us in the Reserves this year due to injuries both in our side and in the A Grade but we’ve got our full squad on deck at the moment,” Ferrett said. “And the return of Richie Kruger and Aron Fechner has helped our balance immensely.” Willaston had no such luxury as injury and unavailability has disrupted their finals’ preparation. Jason Carter was coming back after a groin injury suffered four weeks ago and lasted just five minutes into the match and Jason Rozman played just 10 minutes before a calf injury ended his day and possibly his season. Tanunda pushed their lead out to 10 points by half-time and 19 points by the three-quartertime break thanks to the outstanding work by the midfield. In particular, the centreline of Kiel Falkenberg, Reece Ferrett and Fechner and the rebounding of Matthias Grocke off half back. Falkenberg, along with Christian Gattermayr, finished with two goals apiece for the Pies while Dan Schilling and Jeremy Zimmermann played their roles well as did the super smooth Kruger. For Willaston, Michael Hollis was named best for his role holding Luke Hamra goalless and Jason Goodfellow was hard working in the centre but coach Rob Moss spoke about Tanunda’s relentless run.

Magpie Chatter IT TURNED out that Kapunda is a happy hunting ground, with both the Reserves and A Grade posting good wins, to give themselves an appearance in the grand final and a chance of success. The Reserves played some very desperate, pressured football, running for most of the match, in pretty warm and at times windy conditions. Coach Jack Ferrett has now had to cancel all fishing, football and social trips, for the next two weeks to concentrate on his final appearance. Yep that’s right, after 31 years in the football arena, the Ferrett, has decided to hang up the boots and is bowing out of football at the end of the season. It couldn’t be set up any better, for the fossil. Better players on the day were M Grocke, D Schilling, J Zimmermann, R Kruger, C Collins and S Morrison.

tiger tales

CATCH: Tanunda’s Kiel Falkenberg leaps high to grab a spectacular mark during the Reserves second semi-final. “They had us running in circles all day,” Moss said. “But that’s the benefit of finishing top, we’re still alive with another game to play this week.” In the warm conditions Tanunda’s main advantage was their youth as the youngest team in the top four used their speed and fitness to be factors in the win but Ferrett praised his team’s discipline. “We were confident we had a game plan that could be effective and the players committed fully to that and carried it out to a tee,” Ferrett said. “We didn’t worry about what other people were doing, we just did our jobs.”

Ferrett stated that the Pies were not taking anything for granted and know they will have to be ready for anything in the grand final. “This will be my last game as coach, win, lose or draw as I’m going to take a break from coaching. “It’s 30 years since I coached my first premiership and to have an opportunity to compete for one in my final year is the best gift the boys could give me.” With both clubs still having teams still alive in both senior grades the process of selection and management will be a challenge for the coaches especially with injuries always a chance to pull players up into the A grade.

NETBALL THE Tiger gals were represented in seven games on Saturday for the second semi-final played up at Kapunda. In an exciting start our three undefeated subjunior teams all took to the courts together keeping us spectators very well entertained. These little Tiger gals all showed some amazing determination and came away with three fabulous wins. Well done to you all on such a fab achievement and enjoy this weekend off till your next debut in the grand final the week after. We then saw our Inter Ones play a great game, with the momentum being lost a little in the third quarter due to injury/illness, making it a difficult last quarter. The girls kept their heads and stayed focused, just not quite getting there in the end. Good luck for this week’s coming prelim final. Into the afternoon, we then had our Seniors Threes, Fours and Sixes all take to the courts. Some tightly contested games were watched with the Sen Four team having a marvellous win and going straight through to the grand final. The Sen Three and Sen Six could not get over the line so will again play in the prelim final this weekend at home. Good luck to these teams also. This week we all get to play at home as hosts of the prelim final. We are still in need of help for all the tasks that we need to complete, so if you are able to help at all, please call Leanne on 0410 495 745. Tiger gal teams to play this weekend are Jun 2 at 10am; both Inter 1 and 2 at 11.30am followed by Sen 6 at 1.15pm and Sen 3 at 2.45pm. The club’s three football sides are also again playing so there will be plenty of action for Tiger supporters to get involved in.

The A Grade came out firing, to post the first four majors off the match, only to have Centrals peg the lead back, by a single goal at the quarter-time break. The boys kept up the pressure for the rest of the match and posted a good win, with all players contributing throughout the day with T Schiller, R Bignell, L Wells, L Westhoff, B Schiller and C Bevan to name a few, racking up a couple of possessions. A great turnout on Saturday night at the clubrooms, where supporters and players alike spend a couple of hours reflecting on the day’s achievements, a great meal, cooked by Andy, Scotty, Alison, Lubs and others, added to the low key evening. Congratulations to Ben Britton, on his coaching re-appointment for 2012, a fantastic job so far in 2011. Teas are still on Thursday night, so if you have got nothing better to do, get down there for a glass of red or white, to wash down the magnificent $10 meal. This week the u17s are down at Central, taking on Central in a do or die game. Let’s rally around the boys and get ourselves to the oval to support as loudly as possible. Best of luck to you all. So get there nice and early and support all the teams and also lend a hand to assist host this prelim final - thanks. Dates for end-of-year presentation nights have been set - refer to diary dates below. Check the website for all the club news, photos and results. Diary dates: Saturday, September 10 - Preliminary final at home - helpers needed. Saturday, September 17 - Grand final at Angaston. Wednesday, September 21 - Netball presentations for sub-junior, junior and intermediate teams - 6pm start in the clubrooms. Saturday, September 24 - Netball and Football senior presentation night in the clubrooms $35-per-head. 6.30 for 7pm start. Tickets to be pre-paid and are available from Leanne Songer or Marie Davis. Tuesday, October 25 - Netball AGM. Results Senior Three: Angaston 53 d Gawler Central 49. Senior Four: Gawler Central 48 d South Gawler 33. Congratulations girls. Slow start but once we settled we took control. Great positive teamwork. Something we can take into the grand final in two weeks. Senior Six: Willaston 38 d Gawler Central 36. The girls were unable to play their game. Heads up girls and come out firing next week. Well done to all girls. Intermediate One: Willaston 37 d Gawler Central 28. Sub Junior One: Gawler Central 26 d Freeling 23. A very hard fought game by all nine players. Freeling put on the pressure but we withstood it, never giving up. Solid defence and strong mid court. Goalies worked well under the pressure. A great win girls. Sub Junior Two: Gawler Central 22 d Angaston 16. Awesome game by all nine. Started a bit slow but regrouped and finished strong. So proud. Sub Junior Three: Gawler Central 12 d Angaston 11. The girls gave us a bit of a scare, but overall played a good game and came out with the win.

Classy Kapunda

RUN: Kapunda star Joe Brown ready to drive his side forward. PIC: PLA Media.

KAPUNDA has secured its place in the 2011 under 15s grand final courtesy of a 19-point win over Gawler Central. Although leading all day, the Bombers, who were playing on their home deck, were never able to take complete control of the game. The Tigers crept back in the second term as they started winning the ball in the centre of the ground where Bomber ruckman Trent Hunt held sway all day to be the backbone of their victory. “Trent was fantastic all game,” David Foster, Kapunda coach said. “But in that second term , while he was still winning the taps he was hitting to the wrong spots. We discussed that at half time and he corrected the problem and started giving our boys first use again.” One player who relished Hunt’s tap work was dynamic centreman Joe Brown who was the best player on the ground and finished with a pair of goals to pilot the Bombers home. Kapunda boast an amazing and rare under 15 side that has three

players (Brown, Mark Good and Reece Hocking) who have played A grade footy during the season but they were without hard-nosed ball magnet Hocking who was on the Gold Coast representing South Australia in the indigenous under 15 carnival. Good was extremely effective as a rover for Kapunda who pushed their lead out to 14 points by three-quarter-time. Vaughan Kroon gave the Tigers a focal point with four goals up forward while Kyle Wurst added a pair but Tom Williams countered with four goals for a Kapunda side that was able to take more marks inside their forward 50 than Central. Things started to get tough for the Bombers in the last quarter with centre half forward Jacob Williams leaving the ground with a wrist injury and Darrien Collins being sent off with a yellow card. Gawler Central will tackle South Gawler in this week’s preliminary final at the Gawler Oval. - Mike Teakle

MARK: Tanunda’s Richie Kruger marks strongly in front of teammate Chris Collins while Willaston’s Chris Miller watches the action during the Reserves second semi-final won by Tanunda.

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Central District Football Club supports


Gawler and Kapunda Sportsperson of the week


Ben Britton - Tanunda

with Graham Fischer and Mike Teakle

Ben Britton plays football for Tanunda. Where have you played your football? Burnie Dockers, Tassie, Centrals and Tanunda. Relationship and employment status: Defacto. Project manager.

> Netball

Who are key players at your club? Would have around a dozen blokes in my office Thursday night asking me why I didn’t pick them if I answered that one.

SOUTH Gawler Senior One netball coach Karina Cook nearly pulled off the coach moving of a lifetime. With her side down by four goals at three quarter time of Saturday’s second semi-final, Karina brought on Nicole Vardy who hadn’t played senior one since 2001.

What do you need to win the flag? For the whole team to play at their best for the rest of the season. What is your most important attribute? Team man.

Who is the best player you have played with and against? With:Ian Callinan. Against:Darren Sharp. Who are your sporting idols? Wayne Carey / Jonathan Brown. Any superstitions? Bacon and eggs morning of game. What event has inspired or amazed you? Being there to watch and enjoy Collingwood win the 2010 flag. If you were Prime Minister what issue would you address? Why our country is so worried about offending people with our traditions and culture. It doesn’t happen anywhere else. Pet hates on football oval? Heroes.

Favourite actor and movie? Actor: Will Smith. Movie: Bad Boys. If someone had to play you in a movie who would it be? Matt Damon. Greatest moment and disappointment? Moment: Premierships. Disappointment: Underachieving at a higher level. How would you spend a million dollars? Pay someone to turn it into 10 million.

> Rugby

What other sport would you love to be the best in the world at and why? Golf, because of the cash and not needing to do gruelling pre-seasons.

THE Barossa Rams fairytale season came to an end on Saturday with their extra time 14-17 grand final loss to Elizabeth.

If you could have any four people stranded on a deserted island with you who would they be and why? Bear Grylls - to hunt, gather and then get me home to my family after a few nights. Jonathan Brown - great bloke to have a drink with I reckon. Charlie Sheen - funny guy that would have some good stories. Jesus - anybody who can turn water into wine is a genius and welcome at any footy club functions.

Have you heard that there’s a new wool service in Gawler?

GOAL: Nicole Vardy.


Who is a character at the club and why? Most of the boys are capable of a BOG performance post match that would raise eyebrows. Would have to go Daniel. Not sure if dad accidentally whacked him with the goal umpires flags as a child or if it was when Sauce dropped him on his head a couple of years ago, but that boy is special.

Vardy, 39, has spent recent seasons playing senior two, and this year senior three. She shot 15 goals to enable South to grab a draw at full time. Unfortunately the momentum didn’t carry on into overtime and Willaston grabbed a four-goal win but the fourth quarter will in history be known as the ‘Vardy factor’. The question is where will Nicole play this week as both South Gawler 1s and 3s are in preliminary finals and play at the same time? “I’ll be back with my 3s team,” Nicole said.

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AFTER last week’s head count in the football first semi-final, it’s happened again. This time it was the Two Wells A grade men’s hockey team caught out in their

SEP 2011

second semi-final clash with Nuriootpa. Nuri had control of the match with a 2-0 lead at half time but five minutes into the second half, umpire Meagan McPhee noticed that there were too many players in Two Wells colours. The confusion came with Doug Collis, who had been sent off with a yellow card just before half time having returned to the game before his penalty had expired. After a heated discussion both Collis and his captain Chris White were given yellow cards and the game resumed. Nuri goalie Marty Gallasch said he had never seen the rule applied before. Two Wells managed to score a late goal but it wasn’t enough.

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The Rams defended brilliantly in a game which had everything for the spectators. Good tactical play, tight defending under extreme pressure, a brilliant run and score from a winger and even a drop goal from John Clark. With scores locked at 14-all the game was turned when Ram captain James Warner was sent to the sin bin for alleged rough play and the ensuing penalty gave Elizabeth their three-point winning margin.


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SPIES: The Kapunda Senior One side watching Saturday’s second semi-final between Willaston and South Gawler. Coach Lee-Anne Cummins is also taking a video of the game.

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THE spring weather is coming round again and it is time to get out the fishing rods. The best weather for fishing is spring with beautiful sunny days and it is still cool enough that melting won’t be an issue, for now. The snapper will be biting well up until the close in November and if you don’t have a big boat or any boat for that matter don’t be discouraged from getting out there. South Australia is blessed with some great jetties such as Pt Giles, Wallaroo, Ardrossan, Pt Hughes and many others, all of which give you the chance at a legal snapper. My favourite set-up of late for snapper is a 4000 size spinning reel loaded with 4.5kg braid matched to a 3-6kg 2.2m spin stick. This is a dream to fish with, the set-up is light and can cast far while still fighting big fish with ease.

I like to use 7/0 or 8/0 circle hooks on my snapper because the fish once on never get off and they do not gut hook the fish. Big baits of fresh squid or half Tommy roughs are the go; also a berley bag set on the bottom is very important. Be patient with shallow water snapper, they are cruising fish and may take a while to find your offering. Tight lines until next week.

SNAPPER: Sani Pfeiffer with an SA catch.










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Wednesday, September 7, 2011 - Page 35 - The Herald, Barossa Valley

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Luke’s a McCracker

GRANT BURGE WINES 2011 Finals Series

Saturday 10th September Preliminary Final at Gawler Oval U/15

9.30am Gawler Central v South Gawler


10.50am Gawler Central v Tanunda

Reserves 12.30pm Willaston

v Nuriootpa Rover

A Grade 2.20pm Gawler Central v Willaston

Saturday 17th September Grand Final at Angaston

HERALD MEDAL: South Gawler’s Luke McCracken is congratulated by his wife Rachael and Herald editor Graham Fischer, on his best and fairest award.

RIGHT: The inaugural Golden Whistle award for the association’s top umpire went to Rob Polito.

20 Main Street, KAPUNDA



LEFT: An underage double for Gawler Central at the Barossa, Light and Gawler Football Association medal night. Luke Edwards (left) winner of the Bulldogs Medal for the best and fairest in Senior Colts and Kyle Wurst, best and fairest in the Junior Colts with his Des Shanahan Medal.



VIEW LOCAL SPORTS PHOTOS Wednesday, September 7, 2011 - Page 36 - The Herald, Barossa Valley


9.15am Kapunda

v Winner P Final


10.40am South Gawler

v Winner P Final

Reserves 12.25pm Tanunda

v Winner P Final

A Grade 2.20pm Tanunda

v Winner P Final

ADMISSION PRICES Adult (18 yrs & over) $8 (semi final) $9 (grand final) Child (13-17 yrs) $3 (semi final) $4 (grand final) Family Ticket (2 adults & up to 4 children) $22 (semi-final) $24 (grand final) Concession (Pensioners) $5 (semi final) $6 (grand final)

Gates open at 8.15am NB: Alcohol is not permitted to be brought into the grounds. Car, bag & esky search by security staff at all entrances shall be a condition of entry


A DECISION to go back to his home club Elizabeth in 2010 proved the catalyst for Luke McCracken’s win of the 2011 Herald Medal. The medal is awarded for the best and fairest player at Reserves level in the Barossa, Light and Gawler Football Association. “After coaching the Reserves at South Gawler in 2009, I decided to go back to Elizabeth for one final year as a player,” McCracken said. “We ended up losing the grand final to Hectorville but it reignited my passion for the game so I decided to have one more year back with South.” McCracken said he had really enjoyed the year and with the Herald medal win would now be tempted to play again in 2012.

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