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COVER - FIVE YEAR ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATIONS INCLUDE MOVING TO NEW LARGER PREMISES FOR MT GAMBIER LAUNDRY When Kerry Guerin first established the Mt Gambier Laundry five years ago she left no stone unturned to ensure it was a state-of-the-art facility offering incomparable service. And again the laundry’s move to new, larger premises, has been all about an improved customer experience. The Mt Gambier Laundry has moved from its original Commercial Street East home to sparkling new premises at 17 Crouch Street South. The state-ofthe-art technology and safe, clean and user friendly environment remains as does the highest quality, commercial grade washing machines and dryers that have the capacity to wash huge loads. Access to the laundry has also never been easier, with an off street carpark adjacent the new laundry and the option of driving right around the building to make exiting the premises easier as well. The laundry is open 5am-midnight every day and has a great security system with cameras and ample lighting to make sure you’re safe, whatever time of the day or night you have free to do your laundry. It offers auto dispense washing powder free of charge and boasts 25 minute wash cycles. The large machines can fit up to 20 queen size sheets, which means you can really cut down on the number of loads needed. It is also perfect for doonas, blankets and underlays because of the large
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previously hard to clean options. Adding to what was already on offer, the Crouch Street South laundry now has one dedicated pet blanket drier. There is a wash, fold and dry service as well as an ironing service and while you wait there is free WiFi and a 42” plasma television. So from a big family wash to the footy club’s guernseys, from the linen run from a motel to a bachelor’s weekly underwear wash, the Mt Gambier Laundry has the machine and cycle to suit your needs. The Mt Gambier Laundry is a tap and pay facility and still boasts change machines for those still dealing in a cash economy. There is also three different sized driers on offer to cater for all your load needs. The Mt Gambier Laundry is now located at 17 Crouch Street South and you can also call the girls on (08)8723 2315, log onto their website www.mtgambierlaundry.com.
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au or head to their facebook page. The Mt Gambier Laundry has also joined forces with the Limestone Coast Pantry, which will open a second location at the 17 Crouch Street South site. Limestone Coast Pantry will bring the same ethos and flavours on show at their store in the historic woollen mills to the cafe attached to the laundry. Lyn McLachlan, the owner of the Limestone Coast Pantry is excited about the new venture. “It’s a great place to grab your coffee and meals on the run,” she said. “The servery window makes it so quick and easy to get everything in a hurry plus we’ll have our nutritious take home meals available, so dinner is sorted, too.” The new cafe, The Pantry Shelf, is scheduled to open early next month.
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BACK TO BACK VICTORY FOR TESS Tess Andrews is not your typical dual Limestone Coast Women’s Football League best and fairest winner. Aside from enjoying backyard kick to kick with her brothers and father, Tess had no experience at the national game. She doesn’t support an AFL team and until she took up the sport herself, two years, ago, didn’t watch that much of the sport locally or on television. “Playing football was never really something I considered,” Tess said. “The opportunity never arose so realistically I never even thought about it until the league started last year.” Tess was the inaugural LCWFL best and fairest and backed up that effort in the 2018 season, so safe to say, she picked up the sport relatively quickly. Netball was the first sport Tess tackled as a child, playing for Hobitz in the Mount Gambier Netball Association, before moving to the club she now calls home as a footballer – South Gambier. She also eventually turned to soccer and was suiting up for both sports until they clashed, late in her junior years and soccer became her priority. Tess does believe her experience in soccer, where she plays in the midfield, helped her pick up the basics of playing midfield in Aussie Rules. “There are some parallels between the two sports so I think it did help,” Tess said. Her other advantage was the fact Tess has been playing in the men’s competition for the past four years with Gambier Centrals, and she was used to a more physical brand of sport. “I do think I was lucky I had played soccer with the men because I was definitely a
bit more used to the physical side of things,” Tess said. “I loved footy straight away. I love being able to do the things you can’t do in other sports, like shepherding and all the physical contests. My coach Chris (Edmonds) said sometimes he can’t believe how quickly I got up after some of the hits but I do think it’s because I am kind of used to it when you play against men.” It wasn’t an easy decision for the dual sports star to take up the offer to play in the men’s soccer competition. “I was coaching Mini-Roos and they said I might as well stay and play,” Tess said. “They asked quite a few times before I said yes. I hadn’t played for a couple of years since having my kids and I wasn’t sure I would have the ability to match it with the men.” This self-doubt was coming from a seven time women’s soccer best and fairest winner in the Limestone Coast and she is glad she gave in and said yes. She loves playing in the men’s competition and she loves her foray into football just as much. She not only saw development in her own game in the second season of the LCWFL but the competition overall – likening it to the same improvement seen in the AFLW in its second season. “I think I am making more sense of what I’m meant to be doing,” Tess said. “I think the improvement is what comes from experience. I think all teams looked more into the tactical side of things this season a bit deeper. I also now take a bit more of an interest in watching footy on TV – both the men’s and women’s. I really
LCWFL best & fairest Tess Andrews (centre) with AFLW players Jenna Bruton & Jasmine Garner
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watch what the midfield are doing at stoppages and things like that so I can learn from that and improve my own game.” The introduction of the new clubs also helped strengthen the league, according to the back to back best and fairest winners. “It meant we had a broader range of athletes from different sports that brought their own skills to the competition and it was a really good thing,” Tess said. “I think everything improved – the kicking, marking and accuracy with disposal.” And make no mistake, after being part of the inaugural premiership team, missing out on the title decider still stings Tess and her South Gambier team mates. “We have actually only lost one game in two seasons and still missed
out on a grand final,” she said. It will see the South Gambier girls, at least, look to keep up their skills over the winter months. After a slightly longer pre-season in 2018, which was still low on numbers at time, due to the other sporting commitments for many of the LCWFL players, the girls now see the need to continue having a kick during the off season. “We are certainly going to look at getting together over the winter months and continue to work on our skills,” she said. The graduate nurse, who has been spending her time in recent times, as a theatre nurse, juggles her nursing career, two beautiful children, who love heading out to both the football and soccer to watch mum play, and is looking forward to being
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part of a LCWFL representative team later this year to compete at a State Carnival against the rest of the South Australian regions. The 28 year old is not sure if higher honours beckon or will be on the cards. “I definitely have my roots here (Mount Gambier) and have no intention of moving,” she said. “I do know if the opportunity (to play at a higher level) came up, it would be hard to refuse but we’ll worry about that if it happens.” Millicent rising talent Olivia Fuller, who plays football in Adelaide and is part of the Adelaide Crows Academy, finished runner-up. “She definitely has a better football brain than the other players going around,” Tess said. The Best Under 18 Player went to Glencoe’s Kate Tomkins, who is also a strong tennis player and a more than handy netballer, but has chosen football at this stage as her number one passion. Unfortunately for Kate, a broken arms has sidelined her for the start of what was going to be another football season, with the boys. Tess, too, is sidelined from the soccer field at the moment, after suffering a knee injury in the final minor round game of the 2018 season. She still played in the play-off game the following week, resting in a forward pocket. She is now waiting on MRI results as she faces what early diagnosis suggests is a torn meniscus but is hopeful to returning to the senior soccer pitch sooner rather than later. Given the LCWFL awards were basically announced on grand final day in 2017 with no fanfare, Tess said the 2018 presentations, which also saw AFLW players Jasmine Garner (Collingwood) and Jenna Bruton (Western Bulldogs) as special guest speakers, was a fitting end to the ever-improving competition, which was well-supported by players from all clubs. Simone McDonald (Glencoe) was the competition’s leading goal kicker.
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Off and running – that is well and truly the case for the campaign to garner 20,000 signatures in 20 days in support of the Indoor/Outdoor Aquatic & Recreation Centre for Mount Gambier & surrounds. With the view to the weekend having seen significant signatures added as supporters canvassed the region’s winter sports venues as hockey, football, netball and soccer opening their 2018 seasons, the estimated tally one week into the campaign sits at 7000. “It has been a fantastic first week,” Member for Barker Tony Pasin (pictured) said. “It would be best described as overwhelming when it comes to the level of support but ultimately we need to get to our goal so we can send the strongest possible message about this project to show it represented the community’s first priority in terms of capital spend.” Years of local government and Federal Government experience tells Tony Pasin this is a project the community is behind and this petition is one out of the box. “The number of people that have contacted us for copies of the petition so they can take them around to friends and their sporting clubs to get signatures has been remarkable,” Mr Pasin said. “That never happens. People want to sign this petition when so often people sign them begrudgingly.” Mr Pasin believes, timelines aside, that opting for a short, sharp campaign, rather than leaving petitions on shop counters for months on end to get dog eared, has been a master stroke. “This is all about generating the level
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of community support,” Mr Pasin said. “It has to have overwhelming support by the community. If it is mediocre or lukewarm it won’t happen. The community has to indicate to us that this is the first priority and if it isn’t, that will become obvious as well.” Mr Pasin said all projects of this magnitude have some push back but he can honestly say this one has a smaller percentage than he has previously experienced. “I would say it is around 15-20 percent and that, in itself, is remarkable which means the support appears to be there and to show that we need to translate that into signatures.” The petition is currently at around 70 retail outlets and sporting clubs, as well as the office of Tony Pasin and Member for Mount Gambier Troy Bell. Keep up to date with the campaign at its facebook page www.facebook.com/mtgsportscentre
MASTERS BASEBALL RETURNS TO BLUE LAKE SPORTS PARK The Mount Gambier Legends Baseball Club is hosting the 12th annual Mount Gambier Baseball Masters tournament from April 1315 at Blue Lake Sports Park. Eleven teams have agreed to participate in this event that has official sanctioning from the Australian Baseball Federation. Five teams from Adelaide, including two teams from the Northern Aces, Adelaide Aces, Playford City Pirates and Tigers 6’s, have accepted the invitation. Four clubs from Mount Gambier will also play in the tournament - Central, Mount Gambier Tigers, Mt Gambier Misfits and the Legends. From Victoria, Williamstown Rangers, which is a combination of players from Williamstown and Naracoorte, and Diamond Dogs, have also nominated for the Mount Gambier event. Two pools have been designated with Pool A consisting of Central, Mount Gambier Legends, Mount Gambier Misfits, Northern Aces Blue and Tigers 6’s. They will play four games each. Pool B consists of Adelaide Aces, Diamond Dogs, Mount Gambier Tigers, Northern Aces Grey, Playford City Pirates and Willy Rangers. These six teams will play five games each. Two diamonds will be constantly in use over the weekend. Four games will be played on Friday with the first game on Diamond 1 commencing at 3.30pm between Playford City Pirates and Diamond Dogs. The final game for the day between Willy Rangers and Adelaide Aces commences at 8.45pm under lights. All games are of 90 minutes duration. Thirteen games will be played on Saturday with the first at 8am and the final game of the day starting at 8.30pm under lights between Adelaide Aces and Playford City Pirates. A round of eight games will complete the tournament on Sunday with the first at 8am. The winning team in each pool will have their name engraved on the perpetual trophy and medallions will be presented to the players in the first, second and third ranked teams. Full catering facilities are available at the baseball clubrooms all weekend.
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Haloumi bites with chilli jam 1 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil 3 long red chillies, sliced 1 red onion, finely chopped 2 garlic cloves, crushed 400g can crushed tomatoes 1/2 cup malt vinegar 1/2 cup brown sugar 1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce 500g haloumi cheese
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HOCKEY HITS ITS STRAPS IN ROUND ONE The Lower South East Hockey Association joined a raft of winter sports brishing off the cobwebs and hitting the field for the opening round of the 2018 season. RESULTS (Full results on our facebook page) Division 1 Women Tigers 3 Redbacks 3 West 9 Redbacks (D2) 0 Division 1 Men Strikers 2 Redbacks 0 Division 2 Women Strikers 8 Naracoorte 1 Division 2 Men Strikers 4 Naracoorte 3 U15 Boys Cavaliers 2 Tigers 1
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Right (top) - James Grant in action for Cavaliers during round of the Under 15 Boys competition at the weekend.
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Right (bottom) - Blake McKee, from Tigers, looks for a team mate down field during Under 15 Boys action at the weekend.
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DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY - THIS IS A BLANK CANVAS IN A QUIET AREA Allotment 100 Bates Lane, Naracoorte Substantial allotments could be created on the outskirts of town; or build your dream house. The property is 1.26 hectares and sits alongside the lovely Acacia Court. This is a tranquil area looking out over agricultural land. There are no easements through this property. Power, water and town sewerage is at the boundary. There
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SALES Vicki Quinn 0417 804 782 | Phoebe Douglas 0422 943 534 RECEPTION Denise Mitselburg 08 8725 4225 PROPERTY MANAGEMENT Jo Gibbs 0437 902 438 Lisa Yeates Emma Beare
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OPEN FRIDAY 5.00 - 5.30PM LOOKING FOR YOUR FIRST HOME? THIS IS IT! This affordable solid 3-bedroom home is great for the first home buyers. Original open kitchen/ dining with slow combustion heating. Large lounge room with reverse cycle air conditioner. Bathroom with separate toilet. 12 month old water softener. Solar hot water. Large back yard with garden shed.
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NEST OR INVEST On offer is this solid character home, which would be ideal as a first home or great investment property. Featuring two good sized bedrooms both with BIR, separate lounge with wood fire, perfect for those winter nights, kitchen with dishwasher & gas cooking, separate dining or optional third bedroom, all with timber floor boards. Garage offering secure parking. Great timber decking entertainment area. Situated on a generous 898sqm allotment.
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PRIVATE, PEACEFUL & PERFECT This appealing unit will ideally suit anyone looking for a low maintenance, exciting lifestyle being only a couple of minutes’ walk to the main street & equally as close to the bustling cafes & restaurants. The why to buy: • 2 spacious bedrooms • Master bedroom has a built-in robe • Fully renovated bathroom with separate toilet • Delightful kitchen with gas cooking & spacious pantry • Open plan kitchen, lounge/ dining • Mitsubishi Reverse cycle split system • LED lighting
47 Brolga Street
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A TREASURE TROVE OF POTENTIAL IN A DREAM LOCATION Inviting an exciting future with endless opportunities, this original 3-bedroom, 1.5 bathroom & 2 spacious living area home, ticks all the right boxes for a comfortable family home with scope for future renovations. Why we love this home: Walk-in robe in the main bedroom with direct access to the spacious bathroom. BIRs in bedrooms 2 & 3. Second toilet. Solar Panels. 2 rainwater tanks. Amazing views. Large allotment. Located in the prestigious Jardine Street, minutes’ walk to the Oatmil Cinema, restaurants & cafes – this home won’t disappoint! Contact Vicki on 0417 804 782 to book in your inspection today!
18 Greenridge Drive
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WIDE WELCOMING & READY TO ENTERTAIN Located in prestigious Cobblestone Court. This 4 bedroom plus dedicated office executive home offers built in robes in all bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms finished with neutral décor. Offering large open plan living, spacious enough for the biggest of family gatherings. Ideal formal lounge or home theatre. Entertainers kitchen with gas cooking. Garage under main roof with remote roller door for up to 4 vehicles.
OPEN SATURDAY 11.30 - 12.00NOON STUNNING FAMILY HOME ON AN ACRE Vicki Quinn has pleasure offering for sale this immaculate family home nestled on an acre of gorgeous gardens with room for the kids to roam free. With a unique floorplan, the home is comprises of 4 bedrooms, a dedicated office, formal lounge and an open plan kitchen, dine and family area. The timber kitchen has loads of bench space, dishwasher, induction cook top and a large walk in pantry. Overlooking gardens, the main bedroom is a great size and offers a Large walk in robe and ensuite, complete with a 2 person spa bath. Sliding doors spill from the family room to the superb outdoor entertaining, sheltered by zip track blinds. Ducted Reverse cycle heating/cooling throughout the home is powered by 3 Phase, ensuring cost effective comfort all year round. Vehicle access is available to the double colorbond shed (approx. 6M X 9M). With power in the rear yard. Well priced, this property has been well thought out and offers many extras, including quality window furnishings throughout and a ducted vacuum system.
1 Livingston Street, Mount Gambier
SENSATIONAL RURAL VIEWS With sensational rural views the home is comprised as 4 bedrooms, the main with built in robes and spacious ensuite, with spa finished in heritage colours. Gorgeous Caesar stone benchtops, a walk-in pantry, electric cooktop and Asko dishwasher are all features of the blackwood timber kitchen. The lower level has direct access to the double garage UMR with remote roller doors. Vehicle access to the rear yard is also available. 4 kw solar panels installed.
14 Colonel Light Place
A STUNNING MAKE OVER Centrally located and comprised with three bedrooms, two with BIR's. Spacious kitchen/ dining with stainless steel appliances. Wood heading, plus split system reverse cycle heating and cooling for all year comfort. Gorgeous bathroom with separate toilet. Lovely outdoor entertaining area. Single garage and workshop with power. Vehicle access to rear yard. All this situated on a good size allotment. All the hard work is done here, just move in and enjoy.
4/10 William Street
LOTS ON OFFER HERE Comprised of 4 bedrooms, master with ensuite and built-in robes. Bedrooms 3 and 4 with built-in robes. Open plan kitchen/dine, family offering stunning views. Sep formal lounge. Ducted heating. 3 vehicle garage under main roof with 3rd toilet, plus double carport. Outdoor entertaining and much more all set on a block size of approx 1137m2. Tenanted til 22/11/18 @ $370.00 per week
GREAT VALUE AND IN A FANTASTIC LOCATION 81 Wehl Street North
Immaculately maintained 3 bedroom home located close to the Mount Gambier Hospital. Situated in a quiet cul-de-sac, this 3 year old home has much to offer. 2 living areas, formal and informal, Lovely kitchen with elect cooking and dishwasher. Master bedroom with walk in robe and ensuite, bedrooms 2 and 3 with built in robes. Outdoor entertaining and a decent size rear yard.
13 Kalimna Crescent
PRICED TO PLEASE – GREAT LOCATION A well located solid brick homette with undercover parking and rear access leads through to the big backyard. This is the perfect first home, or to add to your investment portfolio. This solid unit offers: 3 bedrooms, 2 with BIR, Kitchen & dining area with separate large living area, Bathroom with separate toilet. All on a good size allotment, close to schools, main street, cafes & restaurants. Currently rented out at $200 p/wk – contact Phoebe today on 0422 943 534 to book your private inspection.
INVESTMENT OF THE WEEK 1/119 Wehl Street North $165,000
ROOM FOR THE BOAT, THE VAN AND MUCH MUCH MORE Over 2 allotments approx. 1475m2 in total, situated close to the city centre. Mount Gambier stone home comprised of 3 bedrooms all a great size and with built in robes. Retro features throughout, spacious lounge with woodheating. Large dining room. Kitchen with induction cooktop and stainless steel dishwasher. Sparkling main bathroom with separate toilet. 45000 Litres of rain water plumbed to house. 5 kilowatt solar panels. Situated on a corner with vehicle access to 3 bay stone shed with approx. 2,7 metre clearance. and 2 remote Roller doors. Double glaze windows too many extras to list, inspection a must.
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4/10 William Street REFURBISHED INTERIOR IN A HANDY LOCATION 2 good sized bedrooms- main with built-ins. Near new carpets, paintwork and timber floors throughout. Electric heating in the separate lounge. Spacious kitchen and dining area with electric cooking. Renovated bathroom and toilet. Low maintenance living. Cosy courtyard. Single lock up garage. Currently leased @ $190 p/wk until June 2018.
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ONE OF A KIND Vicki Quinn Real Estate has the pleasure in offering for sale this unique property situated a short stroll form the picturesque Valley Lake. Freshly painted in neutral tones this delightful home is comprised of 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, spacious open plan kitchen/ dining & large formal & informal living areas. The timber kitchen boasts a walk-in pantry, s/s steel dishwasher, double wall oven & electric cooktop.
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$265,000 3 UNITS
DAMIAN VENN 0438 904 771
10 ARAMANTA DR, MT GAMBIER
62 LACHLAN CRES, MT GAMBIER
DAMIAN VENN 0438 904 771
1/30 ASH CT, MT GAMBIER
DAMIAN VENN 0438 904 771 17 HART ST, MT GAMBIER
DAMIAN VENN 0438 904 771
5 HIGHLAND DR, MT GAMBIER
SATURDAY 11.40 - 12.10PM
DAMIAN VENN 0438 904 771
448 WEPAR ROAD, WEPAR
DAMIAN VENN 0438 904 771
17 COOLABAH ST, MT GAMBIER
11.20 - 11.50AM
DAMIAN VENN 0438 904 771
4.40 - 5.00PM
10.40 - 11.10AM
3 RYAN AVE, MT GAMBIER
DAMIAN VENN 0438 904 771
2 CREEK ST, MT GAMBIER W
3 GRIFFITHS ST, MT GAMBIER
DAMIAN VENN 0438 904 771
DAMIAN VENN 0438 904 771
84 BERTHA ST, MT GAMBIER
12.00 - 12.30PM
BRETT EXELBY 0458 548 756
2 RONALD GR, MT GAMBIER W
10 LILA CRES, NENE VALLEY
9.00 - 9.30AM
DAMIAN VENN 0438 904 771 20 SUNSET DR, MT GAMBIER
9.40 - 10.10AM
DAMIAN VENN 0438 904 771
SATURDAY 12.25 - 12.55PM
SPRINGVIEW ESTATE Suttontown - Collins Street Priced from $120,000 Contact Brett Exelby On 0458 548 756 to secure your block now! Services include town water, sewer, power & Telstra as well as hot mix roads & bike baths surrounding the Estate. Block sizes ranging from 1425m2 to 2368m2.
DAMIAN VENN 0438 904 771
Web ID 7626186
‘MIXED FARMING’ IRRIGATED LAND 284.53acres Total land holding on 3 titles, 160 acres under irrigation • Water taking licence totalling 470,874kL with added Industrial licence • Artesian (confined) water source in Kalangadoo management area • 308.87 acres Valley Pivot irrigating half circle of 136acres • 24 acres set with permanent sprinklers • Renovated pastures inc. Rye Grass, Chicory & White clover with strong fert history • Hay shed 12m x 30m, cattle yards with crush under cover • 5 bedroom home with other implement and machinery shedding • Property advertised ‘excluding’ Dairy infrastructure but can be purchased on negotiation
BRETT EXELBY 0458 548 756
PRICE ON APPLICATION
0458 548 756
0419 829 721
0438 904 771
08 8726 4400
9 Bay Road, Mo un t Ga mbi e r
Assistant Property Manager DANIELLE JOHNSTON
mtg a mb i e r@ e ld e rs . com.au RLA 62833
0418 854 393
MOUNT GAMBIER REGION SPECIALIST
26 YAHL MAIN ROAD, YAHL 4 BED | 2 BATH | 8 CAR
17 BALAMBOOL AVENUE MOUT GAMBIER 3 BED | 1 BATH | 4 CAR
COUNTRY FAMILY HOME $580,000 Enjoy the family life in this beautiful family home. Looking for room to move and sheds to make every man happy this home is for you. This quality home sits on a 5,000 s/ qm allotment including solid stone garage measuring approximate 18m x 10m with 2.7 m clearance.
QUALITY HOME AT THE RIGHT PRICE $289,000 Walk in and do nothing, as this home ticks all the boxes. Large spacious living areas and bedrooms are a feature of this home. Lovely kitchen with plenty of cupboards, dishwaher and new applainces. 3 large bedrooms main with wir and en-suite.
12 YAHL RD YAHL 4 BED | 2 BATH | 5 CAR
Be Enjoy the country life in this beautiful home located in the popular yahl area on a 3,182 sq/m allotment. This large home has 4 double size bedrooms with the main having walk in robe en-suite and casual living parents area. Open plan living. Extras include, solar panels, 2.7 m ceilings, slow combustion, under floor heating, split system air conditioning, fully enclosed alfresco area, double garage plus 7m x 12m colourbond garage, plus lots more.
138 KENNEDY RD GLENCOE
29 WALLACE STREET MOUNT GAMBIER 4 BED | 2 BATH | 3 CAR
IDEAL HORSE PROPERTY $335,000 Lovely country home sits on established 10 acres of land in the glencoe area. Ideal for the lifestyle person or the horse lover. Well presented 3 bedroom home including updated bathroom and kitchen areas, lounge room and dining featuring polished timber floors. Slow combustion heating.
CHARACTER AND LOCATION Be impressed by this beautifully cared for turn of the century dolomite villa, located on a large allotment in one of mount gambier’s prestigious streets. The property oozes character with its dolomite and stone features, veranders, lead lighting, high ceilings, ornate cornices, picture book windows and timber finishes. 113 STONY FLAT ROAD WANDILO 7/8 BED I 3 BATH I 9 CAR
SIMPLY THE BEST IN COUNTRY LIVING
Every few years a property of this grandeur and size comes on to the mount gambier market. Set on an elevated site on a 10 acre property, only minutes from mount gambier, and having commanding 360 degree views over the surrounding district. There is premier residence with which has undergone a major refurnishment in recent years, plus a renovated stand alone 3 or 4 bedroom cottage ideal for parents, teenagers, small business or family and friends. 6 TENISON DRIVE 4 BED I 2 BATH I 10 CAR THE BEST ADDRESS $649,000 Make family life a breeze with perfect family home located in the popular tenison drive, having the southeasts premier private school at your back door step. Set on aproximate 2 acres of parklike gardens featuring tennis court, aproximate 85 litres of rain water, orchard and bore water to keep your property green all year round.
11 MALLEE STREET MOUNT GAMBIER 4 BED | 1 BATH | 4 CAR FAMILY HOME WITH SHEDS $289,000 Looking for room, well check out this affordable home with shedding. Inspection will surprise as this home has a stunning new kitchen, which opens up to meals and lounge room, complemented by a centally located slow combustion heater.
25 ELDRIDGE DRIVE MT GAMBIER 4 BED | 2 BATH | 3 CAR
GOLF AT YOUR BACK DOOR
12 KEEGAN STREET MT GAMBIER DEVELOPERS OR INVESTORS DREAM $359,000 Rare large piece of land in mt gambiers city central. Ideal for the developer or home owner, walking distance to shops and café’s. Six community titles have already been created, and building plans available. Easy no fuss development opportunity.
4 YAHL ROAD YAHL 3 BED I 1 BATH I 2 CAR A COUNTRY LIFE $375,000 Take a look at this charming home, loved and built by its present owners. Set on a large allotment measuring 3,326 sq/m and featuring, fruit trees, vines, vegeatble garden, chook shed and fully fenced for animals and children to stay safe.
Located next to the mt gambier golf course this home offers opportunities. Country home, lifestyle and still close to all of the cities benefits. 4 bedroom home, 2 bathrooms, 4th bedroom designed for small business. 2 living areas, large covered semi enclosed patio area. Spa, 3kw solor system, garage umr plus double color bond garage, chookshed, sun house, fruit orchard, 45,000 litres rainwater slow cobustion heating split system airconditioning. Lifestyle you can afford.
15 MONTGOMERY AVENUE 2 BED I 1 BATH I 5 CAR GARAGE HEAVEN $199,500 A garage like this and a home all for under $200,000, i must be dreaming. 8 metre x 10 metre colour bond garage with 3.5 metre clearance at its peake. 2 bedroom stone home, with polished timber floors, slow combustion heating, split system air-conditioning, decking area.currently leased at $264 per week not including the garage.
1/6 HARTLEY STREET MOUNT GAMBIER 2 BED | 1 BATH | 1 CAR
33 MONTEBELLO DRIVE MT GAMBIER 4 BED | 2 BATH | 5 CAR
STUNNING EXECUTIVE HOME
Nestled into an undulating allotment, this property is private and secluded, but with commanding views to mt gambier. Quality fixture and fittings throughout including 9ft ceilings, stunning kitchen with glass splash backs stainless steel applianaces, fridge freezer, central gas heating, split system airconditioning, open meals kitchen family area, formal lounge, beautifully fininished bathrooms. High clearance double garage, enclosed decking and patio area plus 2 kw solar system.
HOME OR INVEST $169,000 Perfect unit living in quite Cul De Sac, open plan living upgraded kitchen and wet areas, 2 bedrooms, split system air-conditioning. Private yard with undercover parking. Good condition inside and out. GREAT FIRST HOME INSPECTION WILL IMPRESS
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malseeds real estate Mt Gambier Millicent Port MacDonnell Robe Beachport
08 8724 9999 1 Wehl Street South, Mount Gambier & 98 George Street, Millicent 8733 1989 1 Spehr St, Mt Gambier
AUCTION 14th April 2018 unless sold prior
8 Neville Ave, Mt Gambier
35 Lindsay St, Mt Gambier
• Renovators dream, solid built 3 bedroom home • Sing on approx. 1066sqm of ﬂat block • Open plan kitchen and dining • Lounge with gas heang • Great shedding main car shed with pit
OPEN INSPECTION FRIDAY 13th 5.15 - 5.30pm
AUCTION THIS WEEKEND 2PM ON SITE 3
Jason Malseed 0419 032 795 and Emily Rayner 0417 665 085
15 Wilson St, Mt Gambier
89-91 Suontown Rd, Suontown $670,000-$679,000
SATURDAY 14th 10.00 - 10.15am
SATURDAY 14th 10.30 - 11.00am
• Only minutes from the hospital, marketplace and only a short drive to the uni and tafe precincts • Open plan kitchen, dining and living. Kitchen includes great storage and electric cooking • Main bedroom is to the rear of the home and features BIR’s and an extra room which could be ideal for a home oﬃce, nursery or converted into a walk in wardrobe
• Stunning family home in the centre of town situated on approximately 1306sqm • Modern kitchen with quality appliances and great storage • Large Master bedroom with polished mber ﬂoorboards • Bedrooms 2 & 3 both of generous sizing, fully carpeted and BIR’s • Hidden gem at the rear of the property with a huge living area
Jason Malseed 0419 032 795
Jason Malseed 0419 032 795
14 Tawarri Cres, Mt Gambier
10 Sinclair St, Mt Gambier
SATURDAY 14th 11.15 - 11.30am
SUNDAY 15th 11.00 - 11.45am
SUNDAY 15th 12.00 - 12.45pm
SUNDAY 15th 1.00 - 1.30pm
MOVE IN AND ENJOY • 3 bedroom home on 1013sqm approx block, could be subdivided S.T.C.A • Tailor made ﬁed kitchen with stainless steel appliances • Immaculate modern presentaon throughout. gas mains • Central locaon, Electrically re wired
• Beaufully maintained solid Dunkeld stone home with large rooms and high ceilings with quality ﬁxtures and ﬁngs throughout. • 3 1/2 Acres in city limits, fully fenced • Solar power, solar hot water, town water plus rain water • Self-contained granny ﬂat with 2 bedrooms and huge shed • Views toward centenary tower
• Impressive rendered, solid home sits on the high side of the road with 180 degree views of Mount Gambier • 3 large bedrooms all with built in wardrobes, the master has a renovated en-suite • A stunning renovated kitchen with stainless steel appliances ﬂows into an open plan dining and living area
MOTIVATED SELLER • Backs onto the Blue Lake with panoramic views of town & countryside • 3/4 Bedrooms with built ins & WIR in main • Big Rumpus room with bar • Fresh carpets and recently painted this home is stunning
Jason Malseed 0419 032 795
Wendy Flint 0468 692 993
Wendy Flint 0468 692 993
Wendy Flint 0468 692 993
10 Francis St, Mt Gambier
8 Sharley Ave, Mt Gambier
SUNDAY 15th 1.45 - 2.15pm
SUNDAY 15th 2.30 - 3.00pm
• Fresh and appealing from the street, this 3 bedroom home is situated on a generous allotment of 1030sqm. • The light and bright family and dining area features slow combuson heang and reverse cycle air condioning, connuing on to the modern kitchen area with electric cooking and dishwasher.
Wendy Flint 0468 692 993
30 Acacia Dr, Millicent
Wendy Flint 0468 692 993
12 Mullins St, Millicent
14 Maxwell St, Mt Gambier
• Lovely home is situated on approximately 985sqm and is close to Mulga Street Primary School, Uni SA and Tafe • Master bedroom with walk in wardrobe and generous en-suite which includes vanity, shower and toilet. All other bedrooms are all of great sizing and feature BIR’s • Open plan living is a showcase of the home with the kitchen having stainless steel appliances, gas cooking, pantry and dishwasher. • Key features: Built in 2006, watering system, Vacuum system, security system, ducted gas heang plus so much more
• Open plan living • Double garage / semi enclosed carport • Great Locaon close to the hospital and Marketplace
Jason Malseed 0419 032 795
39-43 Meylin St, Pt MacDonnell
55 Tollner Rd, Compton
• Solid family home with modern updates • Kitchen with stainless steel appliances, dishwasher and great storage • All bedrooms of generous sizes • Great entertainers space with bar, lounge and dining
Jason Malseed 0419 032 795
RENTALS: 19 Wallace St, Mt Gambier
REDUCED • Situated on approximately 6.53 acres nestled amongst a beauful established garden this brick veneer home • Featuring a mber kitchen with a large pantry, polished ﬂoorboards and a moveable central island bench • Three bedrooms plus a single sized bedroom or oﬃce all with built in robes
Kirby Vassallo 0457 004 364
• Solid stone three bedroom home • Kitchen with gas cooking, separate dining area • Lounge with gas heater • Three bedrooms all double size • Bathroom with shower and bath
Kirby Vassallo 0457 004 364
• In the heart of Port MacDonnell lies this factory perfect for live export • Recepon oﬃce and other oﬃce spaces • 2 buildings both with tanks and storage rooms • Large freezers, truck yard, pump room, crayﬁsh cooking and preparaon room
Jason Malseed 0419 032 795
• 3 Spacious bedrooms with opon for a 4th • Large kitchen with ample storage and separate formal dining room • Plenty of laundry space following through to the bathroom with a separate shower and bath
Jess Ryan 8724 9999
Jason 0419 032 795
Bronwyn Alistair Kirby 0439 681 539 0457 004 364 8724 9999
Craig 0402 145 361
Wendy 0468 692 993
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Luke 8724 9999
Emily 0417 665 085
Tanya 8733 1989
Aimee 8733 1989
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6 Boucaut 18-20 Kingsley Street, Road, Mount Allendale Gambier East
20 Hosking Avenue, Mount Gambier
$380,000 + SAV
• What an opportunity! • A thriving store in the township of Allendale East. Twenty minutes to Mount Gambier and ten minutes to the beach. • Two business in one with the shop front providing a post office outlet, fuel, tobacco, take away food, general grocery and hardware items, bait and tackle. • The second business is a gold mine – a fantastic dive shop offering divers air plus wet suit hire or purchase. • Open 7 days a week • The freehold also includes a two bedroom home attached to the store. This is the perfect opportunity for a family wanting their own business! • Further information is available through Blue Lake Real Estate.
Tastefully renovated awaiting a new owner Lounge room with new split system air conditioner Updated bathroom Brand new kitchen with quality appliances including a dishwasher
FREEEHOLD FOR SALE. ALLENDALE EAST GENERAL STORE AND DIVE SHOP
6 Boucaut Street, Mount Gambier
50-52 Bay Road, Allendale East
• Double allotment in the township of Allendale East • Three queen size bedrooms, two with built in robes and the main with walk in robe and ensuite • Large formal living room (currently utilized as bedroom four) • Family room with slow combustion heating • Kitchen/dine. Kitchen with timber cabinetry, electric cooking and ample storage • Dining area opens to the fantastic enclosed patio • Double stone shed, single iron garage plus double iron garage with high clearance • A fantastic family home
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• New laundry and linen cupboard to match the kitchen • New floor coverings, window furnishings and light fittings throughout • Freshly painted interior • Single iron garage & easy care gardens
7 Phillip Street, Mount Gambier
3003/7 Lake Terrace West
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OPEN FOR INSPECTION
High rise living at its best Quality apartment with neutral tones Set over two levels with fantastic views over the city Two bedrooms each with walk in robe Two bathrooms and three toilets
3 Oberlander Street, Millicent
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Kitchen with walk in pantry Double garage + storage cage in the basement To be sold fully furnished Carpets will be replaced as part of sale
15 Kookaburra Court, Mount Gambier
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27 Peake Street
5 Lumidin Boulevard
Easy care living at its best. A wonderful solid constructed Torrens Title homette, perfect for an investor OPEN or retiree. Well SAT maintained, with loads 9.30 - 10.00 of appeal. No strata
11 Comaum Avenue
Sleek modern living, great low maintenance design ideal for those who want a lifestyle that is fuss free. This OPEN home is not one to SAT miss out on! 9.30 - 10.00
9 Ibis Street
21 Sinclair Street
The search is over! Priced to sell and boasting 4 bedrooms and solid construction. A well maintained home OPEN which offers all a SAT growing family requires. 10.15 - 10.45 Be quick for this one!
12 Gwendoline Street
6 Lui Avenue
29 Gwendoline Street
Beautifully positioned overlooking parklands. 3 spacious bedrooms, large open plan kitchen/ living/dining. Spacious OPEN ensuite and walk in robe. SAT Handy 5mx3m utility shed 10.15 - 10.45 perfect for the boat. 18 Eldridge Drive Worrolong
Held in the same family this charming home is oozing potential for a growing family. Large block approx 1,170m2 & inner OPEN city location – Genuine SAT homes like this don’t 11.00 - 11.30 come up often!
23 Lexington Crescent
Sought after location loaded with features, tastefully renovated kitchen/living/dining equipped with chef quality appliances. The rear yard boasts a 10m X 10m (approx) OPEN industrial quality workman’s shed fully powered and designed SAT with sliding doors for easy access 11.45 - 12.15 for the larger toys!
Beautifully positioned 4 bedroom brick and tile gem offering spacious family living. Main bedroom featuring WIR & ensuite. OPEN Spacious kitchen/living/ SAT dining plus two further 11.00 - 11.30 living spaces.
22 Lansell Street
27 Dolomite Drive
Walk to the city centre or work from home. This light filled & spacious home offers the ultimate family lifestyle all set on over 1600m2 of secure and manicured OPEN grounds. Expect to be SAT impressed. 11.45 - 12.15
15 Buffalo Crescent
All the hard work is done! Presented to a high standard this magnificent home boasts space, enviable lifestyle and a private established setting, all on OPEN just over an acre. Quality SAT location and priced 12.30 - 1.00 to sell!
This stunning home is located at the end of a quiet cul de sac, on approx 1018m2 surrounded by lush landscaped gardens and a reserve next door. A must see!
11 Underwood Avenue
26 Navajo Drive
NEW PRICE 3
$649,000 - $689,000
8 Marngo place
A brand new architectural designed home by Dycer Constructions. Show piecing the latest in design, quality & features. Boasting cathedral ceilings, natural light & sweeping country views. An easy care, executive lifestyle awaits. Perfect for the entertainer. Call to book your inspection today.
Offering 3 good sized bedrooms, large open plan kitchen/living/dining, renovated bathroom. Located within walking distance to Mulga Street Primary School and Collins Court Shopping Centre.
Unpack the family! A fantastic home for the big family, currently leased to a great Tenant – ideal investment or house to call ‘home’. An inspection will impress.
27 Genoa Street
47 Anthony Street
First home buyers and investors looking for an affordable home in a blue ribbon cul de sac location close to Reidy Park primary school and Tenison Woods College look no further!
A quality group all maintained to a high standard located on the edge of the picturesque Blue Lake. Ideal for a couple or retiree this opportunity presents a smart investment.
Vacant Land 1295m2 (approx) $135,000
Located in a perfect central location close to boutique cafes, eateries and public transport. Fabulous 1048m2 (approx.) allotment with a duel driveway and good shedding. – Won’t last!
Located in a great central position a short stroll from the City centre, this fantastic 1295m2 (approx.) allotment will appeal to those who want to be close to everything that the city has to offer. Allotments of this size and location are becoming increasingly hard to find. Be quick!
Immaculately presented homette, 2 bedrooms main with built in robes, spacious formal lounge with gas heating, single garage UMR, internal access to large rear yard.
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Avail Now at $110 per week
2/193 Commercial Street West 2 11 Jeffries Street Port MacDonnell 2 1/4 Hartley Street 2
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2/17 Canavan Road 22 Barcoo Road 14 Hillcrest Avenue
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9 Jane Street 5 Bond Street
Avail Now at $280 per week Avail 12/9/18 at $340 per week
100 Wehl Street South 3 Cottage Grove
Avail Now $390 per week Avail Now at $390 per week
45 Sassanowsky Road
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2/10 Bell Street Port MacDonnell
5 Keegan Street
2/89 Crouch Street South
A stylish home, fit for a modern family. Popular location close to schools & shops. Loaded with features this house has it all. Approx 2 years old, you won’t be disappointed.
Attaining heights of luxury and sophisticated style, this1930’s Spanish Mission style home has been extensively renovated and will be the absolute dream for the discerning buyer who loves to entertain in 5 star luxury whether it is outdoors around the pool or indoors around the French provincial kitchen. In conjunction with Ray White Keatley
2/17 Canavan Road
2/193 Commercial Street West
2 1 1 $240 pw • 2 bedroom unit • WIR in main, BIR 2nd bedroom • lounge/ dine/kitchen with electric cooking & R/C aircon • 2Way bathroom • Garage UMR with internal access • Undercover outdoor entertaining area • No pets
2 1 1 $165 pw • Renovated 2 bedroom unit • Open plan Kitch/ meals/lounge with elec hotplates & gas oven • R/C air con • Bathroom with hip bath & vanity • Sep laundry nook • Private courtyard w/2nd toilet • Allocated parking • No pets
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9 Jane Street
Avail Now 3
• 3 good size bedrooms • Large lounge room with gas log fire • Bathroom with corner spa bath • Kitchen with gas stove & electric oven • Paved undercover pergola area • Rear yard access • Large 3 bay shed at rear of property with power and concrete floor • No pets
Suite 2/14 Helen Street, Mount Gambier SA 5290 Paul Chuck SALES 0409 541 113
Ben Jeffrey SALES 0417 810 246
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45 Kurrajong Street
Tastefully updated and loaded with “WOW”. Solid construction & light filled living areas. Remodelled wet areas, 2 driveway access & great storage areas & shedding. Currently leased until June 2018 @ $270 p/w.
8 Bell Street, Port MacDonnell
This fantastic bayside beauty will tick all of your boxes, spacious & special – Great corner allotment. Fantastic undercover entertaining area. Good shedding.
470 Attamurra Road Worrolong
12 Jasmine Avenue
A solid and spacious family home, freshly presented and big on entertaining areas. Generous allotment over 1,000m2 and great shedding.
84 Crouch Street South
49 Elizabeth Street
A solid and trendy unit, ideal for investment or one to call home. Updated kitchen, generous room sizes & located in a quality group. Close to schools & shops. A smart choice!
Full of charm this gorgeous property will impress those who want a great location – ideal for the first home buyer or Investor – fabulous!
2/56 Brownes Road
$65,000 + SAV Successful Pawnbroker/Second hand goods business, established for 20 years, operates 5 1/2 days per week, ideal family business. For further details please call the office.
15 Renfrey Place
11 West Street
A great start for those wanting to enter the property market, fantastic potential and is located on a very well maintained 758m2 (approx.) allotment, close to all amenities. Don’t miss this one!
23-25 Kain Street
Excellent unit investment, a very wellmaintained group of 4, fully leased at $605 per week. The units have been Strata titled, located in a quiet leafy street close to all amenities, for further information please contact the office.
Springview Estate – Stage 2, Mount Gambier
Stage 2 “Collins Street”. A truly exciting subdivision. Sizing from 1,194m2 to 2,492m2. Sewer, power, Telstra and water available.
9 SOLD 27 Tumut Drive
8 Elliot Street Port MacDonnell
10 acres approx. This beautiful property is approximately 2 years old and will impress the buyer who expects quality. The versatile floor plan can be utilized in many ways. Country living so close to the city Inspect Now!
This impressive art deco home is full of character & charm and has been tastefully upgraded throughout, whilst retaining the original features. Centrally located on beautifully established grounds and excellent shedding. This home is sure to appeal.
Bengalee Crescent – Stage 4
1A Arbor Street
Very neat and tidy brick home located in an A1 location a short stroll to the city centre. Access to rear yard, on own title - Inspect asap
$115,000 TO $135,000
Premium allotments within Aramanta Estate, sweeping views of Mount Gambier, sizes ranging from 731m2 to 1,069m2. All services, fully fenced and retained. Ready to choose your dream block!
You will love the location and the views over the city. Big living area & fantastic shedding. Updated kitchen with stone bench tops. This one ticks all the boxes!
Seafarers Way, Port MacDonnell
An ideal investment – add this home to your portfolio. Parkland outlook, long term tenant, outdoor entertaining & detached shedding. Close to schools & shops. Leased @ $215 p/week.
Three bedroom home just 80 metres (approx) from the beach. Large kitchen/living/dining, second living area, double length garage. The perfect weekender!
8C Helen Street
BLUE LAKE PRINTWORKS
Subdivision Starting from $83,500 Great flat serviced allotments in popular coastal township – swim, surf and fish at your doorstep! New stage now available. Enquire now!
$695,000 as a whole
$95,000 + SAV Established for 25 years – Large client base. Selling and producing Australian Souvenir Products as well as the print shop. Too many facets to this business to list. Please contact the office for further details.
GREAT INVESTMENT PROPERTY Freehold only, add to your Super portfolio. Enjoying great returns. Secure long term leases, U1 leased at $21,289 + GST. U2 leased at $21,289 + GST, U3 leased at $21,289 + GST. Enquire now for further details or to arrange an inspection of these high profile central properties.
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100 Wehl Street South
3A Mitchell Street
10 Bay Road
53 Commercial Street East
• Harrold St • 30A Commercial Street West • 1/2 James Street • 2/2 James Street • 10 Bay Road
Avail Now 4 1 1 $390 pw • 4 bedrooms, 3 with BIR’s • Kitchen with granite benches & S/S appliances • Formal living with gas log fire • Formal dining • Bathroom with spa/2nd separate toilet • Under floor central heat • Solar heated in-ground pool & spa • Pets Negotiable
• 20 Sturt Street • 2/249 Commercial Street West • 2 & 3/193 Commercial Street West • 23-25 Commercial Street West • 3A Mitchell Street
• Approximately 47.5 metres square • Large open flexible floor plan • Front and rear access to building • Rear parking area • Store room
• Reception Area with R/C Air Con • Two Offices & store room • Share kitchen facilities & toilets • 3 Car parking Spaces • Approximately 73 Square meters • Access from James Street • POA
• Approximately 86.4 metres square • Large open flexible floor plan • Separate kitchen/storage • Rear parking area • Separate store area • POA
• 53 Commercial Street East
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Above - Mayor Richard Sage (second from left) and members of the Port MacDonnell and District Mens Shed pose with a new dust extractor.
COLLECTED STUPIDITY - SCHOOL DAZE... By ROBBIE TANSEL Shaquille has started school this year. I’m already concerned that having him at school is not ideal. For starters he, and the school expect that we’re going to provide him with food to eat during the day. It’s much more convenient at home where if he tells me he’s hungry I can simply point towards the pantry. With this whole school thing, I have to pack him enough food to get him through an entire day, and I need to do it at half past seven in the morning. As if that’s not bad enough. Remember when you were a kid at school. There was recess and there was lunch. Two meals. One of those little packs of chips for recess; Vegemite sandwich, some 100’s and 1000’s biscuits and a fruit box for lunch. Schools have added in a whole extra meal. I now have to cater for a third meal: Brain break! They make the kids have a healthy snack at about 10am. Shaquille has barely digested his breakfast by then. He’s then going to have his recess break about an hour later. And as for giving his brain a break, as far as I can tell he’s never used it
anyway. He certainly doesn’t need to give it a break. No wonder kids are all obese now. We’ve added another meal into their days. As if that’s not bad enough, schools and teachers now frown upon the sort of food I have available in the house. Chicken chips are no good. Too high in fat, plus not environmentally friendly as they’re wrapped in plastic. If fatty food that gives you diabetes and heart disease and slowly kills you was all right for me back in the 80s, who do schools think they are telling me it’s no good now?
The Port MacDonnell Mens Shed recently hosted District Council of Grant Mayor Richard Sage to show him around the shed and demonstrate the use of new safety tools and equipment, purchased with the support of council’s Community Grants Scheme 2017-18. The purchase of an electrical testing safety device, to test all appliances, and a dust extractor, to improve air quality in the shed, has been welcomed by members. The modern day Men’s Shed is an updated version of the shed in the backyard that has long been a part of Australian culture and is open to all men regardless of age, background or ability The Port MacDonnell Mens Shed is open Tuesday’s and Thursdays 10am– 1pm and is located at Elizabeth Street, Port MacDonnell. New members are always welcome and more information can be found by emailing the club at email@example.com.
Shaquille’s school had one of those nude food days where students are expected to bring food for a day with nothing wrapped in plastic. Instead parents are expected to pack their children’s food in small containers that are reusable. I double wrapped everything in Glad Wrap just to spite them. Don’t tell me what to feed my children. Don’t tell me I have to care about the environment. Your job is to teach my child to read. Shaquille has been at school for ten weeks and he can’t read anything longer than three letter words. Make that your focus. Other things that have annoyed me about school so far is that they wanted me to come in for a parent teacher interview. I’m pretty busy. I’m not the one who needs to know how Shaquille is going at school. That’s his problem. Let him know that his nose picking is getting in the way of figuring out which hand he should hold his pencil with. He’s a big boy. Leave me in peace to watch Antiques Roadshow. The worst part of the interview was hearing that Shaquille is well behaved at school. I tried to tell his teacher she was thinking of the wrong kid but she insisted she knew which one was Shaquille. I can’t tell you how annoyed I was to find out that he can be well behaved and listen, and he actually chooses not to do it at home. lifestyle1.net | 22
Then there’s homework. I did school. So can someone please explain why I have to sit around helping Shaquille with his homework and learning to read? Surely people don’t need to learn to read anymore. Robots will do that for us, won’t they? We can just watch movies anyway. Reading’s overrated. I bet you’re wishing you couldn’t read by this point, right?
I think the school should probably just teach Shaquille some life skills. I think it would really be for the best if he got a job and moved out. He’s really overstayed his welcome at our place and it’s time he started pulling his own weight. If you think you’ve got a job that would suit a six year old with no literacy skills, a big attitude, but who’s kind of cute email me at robbietansel@ gmail.com
TUNA FESTIVAL UNDERPINS A BUMBER EASTER FOR GLENELG SHIRE Glenelg Shire experienced one of its busiest Easter long weekends on record with thousands of visitors booking out accommodation and enjoying local events, headlined by the popular Hooked on Tuna festival. Almost 2000 visitors were recorded across the Shire’s three Visitor Information Centres with a staggering 540 at Portland’s centre alone on Easter Saturday. Mayor Anita Rank said this huge visitation was believed to be the busiest Easter trading day ever recorded across the shire’s
visitor centres. “Accommodation was at capacity this long weekend with visitor’s from far and wide travelling to our shire. Our visitor information centre staff were kept busy all day with requests for beds and information on local activities,” Cr Rank said. “The opening weekend of the Hooked on Tuna festival, Portland’s popular Easter Fair and Heywood’s annual Good Friday golf day led the festivities, with cafes, hotels and accommodation recording bumper trade as a result. This popularity
continued in Casterton and Nelson where caravan parks, B&Bs and hotels were at capacity. Some holiday traders reportedly welcomed visitors into their personal homes to ensure travellers had a bed for the popular weekend.” The Hooked on Tuna fishing competition led the visitation attracting 77 entrants for the long weekend. Melbourne angler Mason Schulze is leading the annual competition thanks to his impressive 22.9kg tuna caught with the assistance of his brother Michael on Easter Saturday. Mr Schulze earned a $500 reward for his effort and is in the running for the overall $5000 cash prize for the heaviest catch. The event, hosted by Glenelg Shire Council in conjunction with the Portland Sports Fishing Club and Portland Lions Club, attracted anglers from a vast array of post codes, particularly metropolitan Melbourne. Portland Lions Club member Michael Hunter, who led the weekend’s registrations, said despite big swells, anglers were keen to test their skills. “It is great to see anglers are travelling from across the country as word is spreading about the competitions $12,000 prize pool and Portland’s elusive Bluefin tuna catch,” he said. “Whilst the overall catch of 22.9kg was impressive, we know that bigger barrels were caught on Easter Monday which is giving greater confidence of a heavier haul over the next four weekends.” The Hooked on Tuna competition runs every weekend this monthl. To learn more visit www. glenelg.vic.gov.au/hookedontuna.
WINDFALL FOR KALANGADOO COMMUNITY GROUPS Wattle Range Mayor Peter Gandolfi has presentied a cheque to Chris Mules, of the Kalangadoo Football Club, and Andre Carlson, of the Kalangadoo Community Sports Club, after both groups successfully obtained funding as part of the second round of council’s 2017/18 Sport & Recreation Financial Assistance Grants program. Both groups were successful in their application for $2000. The football club’s successful application was to help fund an upgrade of their change room facilities. The sports club will use their grant to assist with the replacement of appliances in their kitchen. Above (from left) - Chris Mules (Kalangadoo Football Club); Andre Carlson (Kalangadoo Community Sports Club) and Wattle Range Mayor Peter Gandolfi at the cheque presentation. lifestyle1.net | 23
Left - Melbourne’s Naji Assafiri caught this impressive 14.5kg tuna in the Hooked on Tuna competition on Easter Sunday.
IN THE GARDEN
By Calum Haygarth Landscape Architect & Horticultural Consultant
With the early Easter break behind us where we had a huge flurry of customers all eager to do things in the garden all we need now is some rain. It seems autumn is here with the nights certainly getting a little crisper and daylight savings ending meaning the nights are a tad darker – its a great time for planting. April is going to be interesting, with the Anzac Day holiday mid week and school holidays looming in South Australia anyway, giving us extra time to get out in to the garden. Autumn is such a great time to plant, as the soil warmth is there but we have the guarantee of cooler weather and, of course, rain. This year the Commonwealth Games have spurred us on to have some medal winning specials on ornamental trees, fruit and nut trees. From April 4 to 22, we will be having a massive half price tree sale to make way for the new seasons trees that we will be digging out of the paddock soon. We are clearing all of the trees and fruit trees in our tree growing area to make room for a further expansion to our Advanced Trees section and this can only mean one thing - bargains all round. Yes, all of our ornamental, flowering, shade, avenue and street trees, along with fruit, nut, kiwi fruits etc. will be up to 50% off, with $5 and $10 trees and fruit trees in our clearance bins. Planting trees now whilst the ground is warm will get some amazing
growth but the main factor is that the plants will be well settled in for next spring. All of the 2018 new release ornamental trees and fruit trees are on our website already with the 2018 new release roses, (see facing page) about to be added by the time this goes to print, a timely reminder to get your rose and tree orders in for new season’s dormant (bare rooted )stock that can be ordered online at any time or call in to the nursery or ring your order through. The biggest stars of last season was the new release ”Always Remember” – chosen by Leukaemia Foundation for their Light The Night awareness campaign for people with blood cancer, with part proceeds to help assist the vital work in finding a cure for blood cancer. We have bushes of these still flowering away merrily in the nursery if you haven’t yet purchased one for this worthy cause. Speaking of which, Butterfly Kisses, a fundraising rose for Variety The
Children’s Charity, which is a stunning soft pink bloom on a compact bush with$5 from the sale of each rose going to Variety, another worthy cause. The two new David Austin English Roses for 2018 are The Lady Gardener, one that has been long awaited by Austin fans in Australia, as it was released in the UK some years ago, to much acclaim, its pure apricot blooms pale towards the edges and it has the most stunning tea fragrance (see opposite page). There is also the “Thomas A’Becket”, named after the famous Bishop of Canterbury who met with a very sad ending, I wonder whether the colour of this rose light red ageing to carmine is a symbol of Ecclesiastical red? As with all Austins this is very highly perfumed with a hint of citrus. It is important to order early as our website (www.limestonecoastroses.com.au) has been receiving online orders since last November for interstate and local orders and many varieties are already close to being sold out. Sugar Moon – will grab all the cut flower enthusiasts with long stem and highly, musky perfumed crisp white blooms, fit for any wedding bouquet, as will Spirit of Rural Women with its vanilla white blooms held on lovely long stems and a spicy fragrance. One of my favourites for this year is Elodie Gossuin a rich pink cupped rose from France. The same breeder as was responsible for the We Will Remember Them rose that came out a few years
ago for the Gallipoli centenary. Its has huge, ruffled cups of rich pink with a stunning perfume, similar style to the ever popular Pierre de Ronsard Rose. Its also refreshing to see some new varieties of climbing roses being released. Climbing Arabia, certainly has tones of the desert in rich oranges softening to sandy gold on the edges. Very disease resistant and not overly thorny it will fill a gap in that colour range in climbing roses. Climbing Future is predominantly white with a blush of pink and a delicate fragrance. These are just a few of the new releases we will be offering this season, bear in mind the season is well advanced and we have been taking orders since November 1 last year, so some varieties are getting close to sold out as we reach the cut off for orders and commence digging roses from the paddock in the next few weeks. To see our entire range of roses head to the Limestone Coast Roses website where you can easily order on
line or call in to the Nursery for more information. The Pot Shop part of the business has been busy receiving container loads of glazed, terracotta, sandstone and concrete pots over the past few months and we also need to clear some of those to make more room for more pots, trees and outdoor furniture. Some of the terracotta which is all now pre-sealed, so it doesn’t dry out like the old terracotta, has been so drastically reduced and with the strength of the Aussie dollar is now cheaper than buying plastic pots. So, come in and browse through the extensive range and pick up a bargain. Much of our giftware, wall art and fountains will also be on clearance, as well as birdhouses, dovecotes etc. as we make room in our new gift shop area, which is bursting at the seams, so an ideal time to pick up an early Mother’s Day bargain. We are situated at 167, Bay Road (Riddoch Highway) 1.3 kms south of the Blue Lake roundabout, so we’ll look forward to seeing you then.
Mac’s Auctions PENOLA TOWN SQUARE STARTS TO TAKE SHAPE Works are well underway at the Penola Town Square with the area really taking shape. The underground services for power, water and drainage are all done, with the contractor completing the power provision to install the main switch board and finalise his works. The areas have been prepared for paving and soil has been placed ready for lawn. Irrigation and paving installation will be commencing over the next fortnight. A grand opening has been planned for the 20 May, so save the date. HAVE YOU HAD YOUR SAY? The 20,000 signatures in 20 days campaign for an indoor/outdoor aquatic and recreation centre in Mount Gambier is already a week old. If this is a project you support then head to Tony Pasin’s office, your closest sporting club or selected local businesses through the CBD and other retail precincts and put pen to paper to show your support. The clock is ticking. lifestyle1.net | 24
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YOUTH WEEK ACTIVITIES IN FULL SWING SA Youth Week (SAYW) is in full swing this week, continuing through to April 22. It is the largest annual event on the South Australian youth calendar helping to promote a positive image of young people. The District Council of Grant, City of Mount Gambier and Headspace have combined forces to create a fun filled program of events for youth in Mount Gambier and district aged from 12 to 25 years of age with assistance from the Office of Youth and local businesses. Port MacDonnell Community Complex will host the DCG Slot Car Championships on Thursday from 2pm for those that are too young to drive on the road and looking for something fun and free to do during the school holidays. There will be prizes for individual and age group winners and no booking is required. Thursday will also see the District Council of Grant host a free handson workshop for those about to gain their driver’s licence or that have been driving for a while and may be looking at purchasing a second hand or new vehicle. The Barry Maney Group will generously facilitate the Top Car Tips for Young Drivers workshop where attendees will learn car maintenance
tips and emergency fixes, be shown how to change a tyre and check their battery, oil and water, as well as being given some tips about what might be causing the rattle or clang in their old car or prospective new car. The workshop will be held at the Barry Maney Group Jubilee Highway West service centre from 6pm–8.30pm, with free pizza supplied at the end of the session. The workshop is available for anyone aged 15 to 25 years old, however bookings are essential and can be made by contacting the Port MacDonnell Community Complex on
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(08)8738 0300. An outdoor cinema will be hosted by the District Council of Grant on Friday for 12 to 25 year olds and their families. The cinema will be set up on the Port MacDonnell Village Green, behind the hall, if weather permits, however it may be moved to a more sheltered location if required. Who you gonna’ call? Ghostbusters of course! The 1984 version of Ghostbusters will start at 6.15pm, with the most recent version starting at 8.15pm. Both films are rated PG, and it’s suggested that you bring a bean bag or picnic rug, and wear some warm clothes. Parental supervision is required and it is a smoke and alcohol free event with security and food available for purchase on site. A full program of Youth Week events is available from the Port MacDonnell Community Complex or from the District Council of Grant Facebook page.
What more fitting headline artists for the 2018 Robert Burns Scottish Festival than the first musician in history to record inside the legendary poet’s childhood home. Jamie McGeechan, aka Little Fire, is known for his interpretations of verses by Scotland’s national poet and recorded for his 2015 single, Roots, in Burns Cottage in Alloway, South Ayrshire. Little Fire (pictured above) was this week named at the top of the musical lineup for the festival, which will be held in Camperdown from Friday, May 18 to Sunday, May 20. Corangamite Shire councillor Ruth Gstrein said Little Fire, an Ayrshire native like Burns, was bringing the poet’s work to a new generation. “Jamie McGeechan is a true champion of Robert Burns’ legacy,” Cr Gstrein said. “At the festival he will treat us to his own music and will also give a talk on Burns’ contribution to Scottish
culture, and why he is still so revered around the world after more than 200 years.” Globetrotting Melbourne-based Celtic rock band Claymore will also be on the bill, bringing some more uptempo vibes to the festival. “Claymore are always crowd pleasers and will round out a truly impressive line-up of local, district and Victorian acts,” Cr Gstrein said. Other artists include Luke Plumb and Kate Burke, Peter Daffy, Chris Duncan and Catherine Strutt, the Melbourne Scottish Fiddle Club, The Simpson 3, Fiona Ross, Likely Celts, the Warrnambool Pipes and Drums, Tuniversal, the Mackinnon Sisters, Don Grieves and Angela Preiss, and The Neon Effect. The festival will also feature its renowned lecture series, new events for food lovers, whisky tasting and Festival Finale Concert. Tickets are now on sale at the Civic Centre, 181 Manifold Street, Corangamite, or on (03)5593 7100.
IMPROVED MOBILE COVERAGE ON THE WAY FOR KALANGADOO & KYBYBOLITE Outcomes of the tender process for the Priority Locations round of the Coalition Government’s $220 million Mobile Black Spot Program in Barker were announced last week, clearing the way for improved coverage for Kybybolite and Kalangadoo.Member for Barker Tony Pasin said the new coverage would open new doors for local businesses and the community, enabling them to access the same mobile services as those in major cities. “I understand that that the communities in Kalangadoo and Kybybolite are frustrated with the time this is taking,” Mr Pasin said. “It was certainly not anticipated to take this long, but I can assure them these towers will be built, with construction to begin soon and expected to be complete by the end of this year.” lifestyle1.net | 26
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BRAIN TEASER WHO AM I?? How many clues did you need? 1. I was born in Melbourne in 1948. 2. I dropped out of university after a year and found a job in advertising with Myer. 3. I was conscripted into the Australian Army in 1968. 4. I was married in 1972 and have four children. 5. I was elected to State parliament in 1976. 6. By the early 1980s I had secured a spot in the ministry. 7. When the Liberal Party lost power, I was elevated to leader. 8. I was eventually dumped from the leadership but returned in triumph to become Victorian Premier – a role I held from 1992-1999. 9. After politics, I was the inaugural chair of the mental health organisation beyond blue. 10. I am the current Hawthorn Football Club president. ANSWER: JEFF KENNETT
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SPORT MGNA ROUND 1 RESULTS A GRADE Zodiacs 42 (J. Revill, J. Lucas) d Amazons 32 (G. Verrall, T. Tonkin); Vicis 69 (E. Heaver, G. Robinson) d Lakes 17 (A. Hepburn, M. Telford); Saints 45 (K. Spada, R. Christian) d Intruders 42 (T. Moreland, K. Bosko); Hobitz 78 (J. Gower, K. Stewart) d Nomads 27 (S. Buchanan, B. Koopman) A2 GRADE Vicis 56 (K. Earle, J. Meyers) d Zodiacs 26 (L. Paltridge, S. Young); Aamazons 44 (K. Bannister, A. Bruins) d Saints 28 (M. Copeland, R. (Pluckhahn); Intruders 72 (J. Hopgood, A. Richardson) d Hobitz 25 (G. Norman, J. Greenwood) B1 GRADE Intruders Orange 68 (N. Graney, G. Seidel) d Zodiacs Gold 30 (C. Haskins, G. Seidel); Saints 52 (L. McKinnon, B. Cram) d Zodiacs Blue 20 (K. Smith, M. McKenny); Intruders Black 26 (A. Hudson, K. Buck) d Hobitz 16 (R. Nicholson, K. Humphries) B2 GRADE Saints 34 (A. Patzel, T. Fatchen) d Intruders Orange 8 (M. Leigh, S. Dean); Vicis 46 (L. Vorwerk, K. O’Donoghue) d Lakes 32; Amazons 64 (B. Howley, A. Tscharke) d Intruders Black 36 (N. McRae, A. Mashford). C GRADE Zodiacs 32 (K. Male, K. Treloar) d Intruders Black 23 (M. Levering, D. Oritz-Kaiser); Nomads 39(D. Adams, M. Holtz) d Intruders Orange 20 (T. Koch, P. Hale)
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15 & UNDER A Hobitz Blue 51 (G. Johns, S. Mutton) d Amazons 5 (K. Pickin, M. Saunders); Zodiacs 27 (T. Coppick, M. Copping) d Saints 14 (E. Jones, J. Bowd); Hobitz Red 75 (K. Wallace, L. Lamb) d Intruders Orange 10 (M. Barry, E. Pollifrone); Intruders Black 30 (I. Goldsmith, M. Ridding) d Vicis White 11 (G. Ralph, M. Kirby) 13 & UNDER A Zodiacs 46 (A. Knowles, J. Stutley) d Saints 23 (J. Mason, M. Passauer-Jones); Intruders Orange 25 (A. Neumann, A. Crowe) d Vicis 15 (S. Wight, A. Grigg) 13 & UNDER B Zodiacs Blue 31 (L. Fiegert, E. Fraser) d Vicis 11 (R. Mitchell, C. Dowdell); Hobitz Blue 19 (C. Mackereth, M. Berry) d Zodiacs Gold 8 (I; Horbury, L. Savage) 11 & UNDER Hobitz Blue 20 (T. Lindner, G. Gentile) d Vicis 0 (R. Sarywaka, R. Black); Zodiacs Blue 3 (L. Agnew, M. Williamson) d Hobitz Red 0 (C. Armitage, Z. Sugden); Hobitz White 10 (K. Sims, L. Gordon) d Intruders Orange 1 (O. Barry, N. Dyeer); Saints 6 (J. Douglas, B. Ridding) Nomads 3 (K. Boad, Z. Doyle); Zodiacs Gold 11 (N. Rohrlach, E. McKenny) d Intruders Black 2 (Z. Pettingill, S. Copping) 9 & UNDER Vicis Green 6 (I. Fullham, M. Bowering) d Zodiacs Blue 1 (B. Starick, C. Hunter); Hobitz White 4 (E. Govan, C. Childs) d Hobitz Red 1 (M. Allen, G. Cafrroll); Hobitz Blue 10 (R. James, I. McNally) d Vicis White 1 (M. Jackway, H. Moore); Zodiacs Gold 15 (P. Scanlon, L. Pearson) d Nomads 0 (B. Gregory, H. Lawrence) COUNTBACKS GALORE TO DECIDE MARCH SHOOT Sixty two clay shooters nominated at Burrungule Park for the 60 target English Sporting sponsored by Castec Rural Supplies and O`Conner & Graney at the end of last month. This rarely shot discipline sees all targets presented as pairs, so only one shot per target tests the shooters skills, that coupled with very high winds playing havoc with some targets led to some erratic scores. Ron Rhook used all his experience to shoot 53/60 and take out the Gambier Shooting Supplies High Gun, on a count back from Jeremy Kent, who took out AA Grade, from Tim Widdison 52/60, who also needed a countback to push Chris Wright back into third place. A Grade was dominated by visiting shooters with Mick Banning 49/60 coming out on top of Andrew Green and Tony Sellars. B Grade saw Gary Banning doing the “Hail Caesar” salute after beating Charles Wallis on countback after both had tied on 38/60. Mick Edwards rounded out the podium in third. Doug Rohde made a welcome return to the club after a long holiday and won C Grade from Allan Spokes, Rob Marcato was delighted to make the podium for the first time in third. The high scoring veterans coped well with the winds with Neville Kent 550/60 winning on count back from Wayne Evans and Wayne Gurney back in third. Super Veterans also needed to be decided by countback after Bob Jones & Ernie Allen shot 45/60, third place was taken by Barry Hill. Charlotte Devaud was delighted to win the Ladies class from Liz Rymill with Emma Lawford finishing third. Adam Kuhl won the juniors whilst Shakielle VonStanke won the competitive Sub Juniors class by one target from Declan Wright and Brodie VoStanke-Dowie. Upcoming Events Sunday, April 15 - Lake Bonney 50 targets Sunday, April 22 - Burrungule Park 75 target State Qualifier RESULTS GAMBIER SHOOTING SUPPLIES HIGH GUN Ron Rhook 53/60 AA • 1st Jeremy Kent 53/60; 2nd Tim Widdison 52/60; 3rd Chris Wright 52/60 A• 1st M.Banning 9/60; 2nd A.Green 47/60; 3rd T.Sellars 44/60 B• 1st G. Banning 38/60; 2nd C. Wallis 38/60; 3rd M. Edwards 37/60 C• 1st D. Rohde 34/60; 2nd A.Spokes 32/60; 3rd R. Morcato 31/60 Veterans• 1st N. Kent 50/60; 2nd W. Evans 50/60; 3rd W. Gurney 49/50 Super Veterans • 1st B. Jones 45/50; 2nd E. Allen 45/60; 3rd B. Hill 43/60 Ladies• 1st C. Devaud 32/60; 2nd L. Rymill 30/60; 3rd E. Lawford 18/60 Juniors• 1st A.Kuhl Sub Juniors• 1st S. VonStanke 34/60; 2nd D. Wright 33/60; 3rd B. VonStanke-Dowie 32/60
Left - High Gun winner Ron Rhook. Above - Sub Junior placegetters (from felt) - Shakielle VonStanke, Brodie VonStanke-Dowie & Declan Wright lifestyle1.net | 31
SPORT EASTER SHOWJUMPING CARNIVAL
Celia Jackson riding Harley Quinn
Hannah Hardy riding Great Gatsby
Rendelsham’s Libby Halliday riding Libadee Park Work To Play
Abbey Page riding Riverlad
Scottie Barclay riding Atals E
Mount Gambier’s Kristy Bruhn riding Blackall Park Chopin
Keith’s Courtney DeBarro riding Deceptive
Rendelsham’s Libby Halliday riding Libadee Park Work To Play
Naracoorte’s Rebecca Martin riding Jaybee Amigo
Rebecca Burns ruding Illuminate
Alex Rooney riding Yalambi Cheers
Sam Richardson riding Play In The Rain
Keith’s Courtney De Barro riding Deceptive
Portland’s Kane Johnson riding River Down Flames
Rachael Gane riding Woodglen Clyde
Naracoorte’s Rebecca Martin riding Jaybee Amigo
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Portland’s Kane Johnson riding River Down Flames
GAMBIER CENTRALS CRICKET CLUB AWARDS
Stephen Lock was awarded life membership.
The May family accepts the late Alex (Chad) May’s life membership of Gambier Centrals Cricket Club.
President Greg Muhovics (left) presents Jason Risely with the Club Player of the Year Award.
Luke Rainey Left) presents Hayden Sanders (centre) and Ben Jeffrey (right) with the Fielding Award.
Robin Herbert (left) presents Jason Risely with the C Grade Players Award.
Luke Rainey (left) presents Garry Koch with the Captain’s Award.
Luke Rainey (left) presents Jason Risely with the Batting Award.
Luke Rainey (left) presents Jason Risely with the Bowling Award.
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GAMBIER CENTRALS CRICKET CLUB HONOUR TWO CLUB LEGENDS Gambier Centrals Cricket Ckub has celebrated another successful season, inducting two new life members as part of its 2017/18 awards presentation. Stephen Lock and the late Alex (Chad) May recievd life membeship, honouring years of work both on and off the field. The C Grade team, that finished up minor premiers and eventual runners-up in Cox Bros action to Glencoe, was also honoured, with Jason Risely the big winner on the night, taking home the C Grade Player of the Year and Club Person of the Year, amongst his many accolades. The life membership presentations were the highlight of the evening as Stephen Lock was honoured for his 17 years at the club and Chad May for his 15 year contribution. Stephen scored 5300 runs and took more than 350 wickets for the club through all grades including three seasons in the club’s A grade side in the middle to late 90s. Stephen also won two Association Player of the Year awards, a club Player of the Year award and played in three premierships, including one as captain. Chad scored more than 2500 runs and took 267 wickets, putting him in the upper echelon of the clubs standings. Chad also played in one premiership side and won numerous batting and bowling awards throughout his time at the club. An encouragement award was given to youngster Harry Hicks for his efforts in helping out the C Grade side and doing a great job for someone so young, while Dewain Barrett and Jason Risely both received achievement and milestone awards.Tayte Spencer won the Inaugural Centrals Gift. The Club would like to thank their sponsors for this season including the Park Hotel, Tasman Trading and Bert’s Holiday Accommodation in Port MacDonnell for their ongoing support, as well as the Greyhound Club for use of their facilities and Dawn and Tim for their help throughout the season.
COMMERCIAL CLUB CONTINUES LONG ASSOCIATION WITH JUNIOR SPORTS ASSISTANCE FUND The Commercial Club Inc. of Mount Gambier last week handed over $2500 to The City of Mount Gambier Junior Sports Assistance Fund. The total funds now donated by the Commercial Club to the fund over the past 17 years is now at $36,000. Commercial Club president Graham Dent presented the Commercial Club’s donation to the Presiding Member of the Junior Sports Assistance Fund, Deputy Mayor Cr Hanna Persello. “I extend the continuing sincere thanks, appreciation and the admiration of the City of Mount Gambier Junior Sports Assistance Fund Committee and its Member Organisations to the Commercial Club for its most generous annual donation to the Fund,” Cr Persello said. “The Commercial Club’s continuing support for the Junior Sports Assistance Fund and its interest in our endeavours to provide meaningful assistance to our talented young sportspeople is very much appreciated. The club’s very substantial donation of $2500 will again assist to provide support for families of young sportspeople of our district.” Above - Commercial Club Inc. Of Mount Gambier president Graham Dent presents a cheque to The City of Mount Gambier Junior Sports Assistance Fund presiding member Cr Hanna Persello.
MID SOUTH EAST FOOTBALL
WESTERN BORDER NETBALL
WESTERN BORDER FOOTBALL
A GRADE Penola 9.2 11.2 16.4 23.6 (144) Kingston 1.2 6.3 10.5 11.10 (76) Goals- Penola: S. Merrett, B. Foster, A. Merrett 4; J Mansell 3; D. Hackwill, S. Berkefeld 2; J. Currie, M. Berkefeld, S. Merrett, J. Pfitzner. Kingston: B. Tapfield 3; T. Baker, J. Branson, S. Robertson 2; M. Wakefield, R. Werchiwski. Best - Penola: S. Berkefeld, J. Galpin, B. Maney, D. Hackwill, J. Pfitzner, D. Wenham. Kingston: J. Armfield, S. Branson, S. Robertson, H. lawrie, B. Kernahan, T. Baker. Lucindale 9.1 12.4 21.7 31.11 (197) Bordertown 0.5 4.10 4.10 6.11 (47) Goals - Lucindale: T. Logan 10; N. Cane, L. Jones 4; S. Mardling, A. Eckermann 3; D. McCarthy 2; M. Kelsh, S. Graetz, R. McInerney, J. Higgins, S. Spriggs. Bordertown: T. Underwood 2; J. Eats, R. Tink, J. Searle, B. Jarrett, Best - Lucindale: T. Logan, D. Ogilivie, R. McINerney, S. Graetz, H. Tregoweth, L. Jones. Bordertown: B. Paech, S. Sandercock, M. Leigh, R. Tink, S. Devitt, T. Underwood. Padthaway 4.2 9.4 14.7 22.9 (141) Border Districts 1.1 4.5 5.8 6.12 (48) Goals - Padthaway: L. Eats 8; T. Edwards 6; T. Brown 3; A. Longbottom, L. Harder 2; C. Marshall. Border Districts: S. Mansell 4; D. Starr, L. Craig. Best - Padthaway: T. Michael, B. Leahy, L. Eats, T. Edwards, T. McNamara, D. Bartlett. Border Districts: L. Bowd, R. Oliver, S. Mansell, G. Cother, T. Robinson, S. Ryan, Kaniva Leeor 5.5 11.9 12.12 20.14 (134) Kybybolite 2.2 5.4 7.6 9.8 (62) Goals - Kaniva Leeor: J. Salt, J. Murphy 4; C. Hitchcock 3; T. Stribling 2; S. Williams-Bale, B. Crouch, C. De Visser, S. Snook, J. Brown, J. Wagg, J. Creaser. Kybybolite: L. McGregor 3; S. Carberry, S. Munn 2l O. Peltz, S. Shepherd. Best - Kaniva Leeor: A. Brown, B. Dodson, S. Vivian, J. Salt, B. Crouch, L. Vivian. Kybybolite: T. Cooper, M. Tonkin, N. Belfield, D. Warren, L. MacGregor, J. Moyle. NO DETAILS AVAILABLE FOR NARACOORTE V KEITH
B GRADE Lucindale 12.18 (90) d Bordertown 9.10 (64) Padthaway 11.15 (81) d Border Districts 5.8 (38) Kaniva Leeor 30.8 (188) d Kaniva Leeor 4.4 (28) Penola 20.12 (132) d Kingston 5.7 (37)
SENIOR COLTS Kingston 10.11 (71) d Penola 7.6 (48) Bordertown 12.5 (77) d Padthaway/Lucindale 1.5 (11) Keith 8.15 (63) d Naracoorte 6.5 (41) Kybybolite 17.11 (113) d Kaniva Leeor 3.4 (22)
JUNIOR COLTS Penola 6.6 (42) d Kingston 3.1 (19) Naracoorte 3.6 (24) d Keith 1.5 (11) Padthaway/Lucindale 5.4 (34) d Border Districts 1.4 (10) Kybybolite 9.10 (64) d Kaniva Leeor 0.0 (0)
Hatherleigh 4.5 7.9 14.14 21.18 (144) Glencoe 2.4 3.8 5.10 10.11 (71) Goals - Hatherleigh: B. Fabris, M. Faulkner 4; T. Ware 3; J. Wight, J. Skeer 2; G. McGrath, J. SWight, J. Bateman, L. Walker, J. Rayson, T. Merrett. Glencoe: A. Gregory 4; C. Von Duve 3; P. Mitchell, T. Edwards, Z. Cocks. Best - Hatherleigh: G. McGrath, T. Ware, S. Waring, L. Walker, J. Gray, L. MacGregor. Glencoe: J. Foster, Z. Cocks, T. Edwards, T. Hawke, J. Dobie, S. Giersch. Robe 11.5 22.8 34.13 48.15 (303) Nangwarry 1.0 1.0 1.0 2.0 (12) Goals - Robe: J. Pitt 10; C. Pitt 7; B. Vidic, J. Agnew, Z. Deane 4; L. Crawford, J. Wehl, M. Jennings 3; B. Ross, J. Dunsford 2; Q. McCallum, B. Nicolle, H. Bigmore, K. Suthbertson, E. Regnier, J. Sneath. Nangwarry: B. Talbot, J. Virtanen. Best - Robe: J. Pitt, Q. McCallum, J. Wehl, Z. Deane, C. Pitt, L. Crawford. Mt Burr 3.3 8.9 18.14 29.14 (188) Kongorong 4.1 5.1 6.2 10.3 (63) Goals -Mt Burr: D. Ridley 8. T. Redden 5; C. Puatti, E. Glass, D. Bowering 3; J. Fiebig, N. Muhovics, T. Hales 2, T. Renzi. Kongorong: J. Wright 4; J. Smith 2; J. Simkin, B. Weaver, B. Saffin, R. Hein. Best - Mt Burr: D. Ridley, C. Gamble, E. Glass, T. Redden, J. Fiebig, H. Schultz. Kongorong: B. Weaver, B. Saffin, J. Wright, H. Evans, B. Kranz. Kalangadoo 7.3 13.6 18.13 20.20 (140) Port MacDonnell 3.3 3.6 5.6 7.8 (50) Goals - Kalangadoo: L. Jones 5; M. Krieger, L. Larson, M. Fatchen 3; M. Lowe 2; T. McManus, S. Agnew, B. GFregory, S. McManus. Port MacDonnell: J. Turner 3; B. Lycnh, Z. Williams, N. Wilke, J. Bald. Best - Kalangadoo: S. McManus, N. Reeves, B. gregory, M. Fatchen, A. Stone, M. Krieger. Port MacDonnell: W. Chant, Z. Williams, N. Wilke, M. Smith, A. McGregory, T. Ebejer.
A RESERVE Millicent 55 (J. Wilson, T. Sanderson) d South Gambier 28 (K. Atwell, B. Bouchier); Casterton Sandford 53 (T. Cleary, R. Newell) d West Gambier 36 (L. Fox, S. Cummins); East Gambier 55 (A. Geraghty, O. Coote) d North Gambier 42 (A Edwards, E. Stafford)
B GRADE South Gambier 40 (R. Bryant, J. O’Neil) d Millicent 37 (M. Varcoe, P. Haines); Casterton Sandford 85 (P. Cameron, H. Rhook) d West Gambier 34 (K. Hunter, J. Lamb); East Gambier 48 (M. Pannenburg, L. Cutting) d North Gambier 36 (N. Fox, G. McInerney)
C GRADE South Gambier 42 (R. Tilley, N. Bishop) d Millicent 31 (Z. Fox, K. Madden); Casterton Sandford 37 (M. Kurzman, J. Parsons) d West Gambier 21 (A. Egan, S. Povey); East Gambier 38 (D. Waters, A. Quick) d North Gambier 22 (A. Mather, S. McInerney)
17 & UNDER Millicent 59 (P. Nitschke, T. Werchon) d South Gambier 28 (C. Edmonds, E. McIntyre); West Gambier 78 (G. Monkley, H. Witherow) d Casterton Sandford 8 (M. Mutch, J. Hanson); North Gambier 66 (L. Willoughby, O. Patzel) d East Gambier 17 (T. Bosko, C. McMahon)
15 & UNDER A Millicent 57 (C. Turner, T. Bryant) d South Gambier 22 (M. Thiele, T. McShane); West Gambier 65 d Casterton Sandford 21; East Gambier 38 (A. Bosko, T. Waters) d North Gambier 37 (S. Nulty, E. Willoughby)
15 & UNDER B South Gambier 33 (R. Richter, M. Cowland) d Millicent 27 (C. Pratt, P. McGuiness); West Gambier 39 (E. Nieuwerkerk, J. parsons) d Casterton Sandford 35 (C. Galpin, Z. Crawford); North Gambier 27 (S. Beare, E. Tzioutziouklaris) d East Gambier 22 (B. Jean, S. McLean)
Kongorong 20.6 (126) d Mt Burr 4.9 (33) Hatherleigh 21.11 (137) d Glencoe 3.6 (24) Kalangadoo 9.9 (63) d Port MacDonnell 6.4 (40) Robe 8.8 (56) d Nangwarry 7.4 (46)
13 & UNDER A
South Gambier 31 (A. Duncan, E. Bouchier) d Millicent 29 (S. Gibson, P. McRae); Casterton Sandford 29 (Z. Crawford, M. Hutchens) d West Gambier 28 (E. Jolley, L. Croker); North Gambier 27 (K. Collins, L. Norman) d East Gambier 21 (A. Sharma, I. Corman)
Mt Burr 29.9 (183) d Kongorong 0.0 (0) Hatherleigh 15.9 (99) d Glencoe 7.7 (49) Port MacDonnell 20.19 (139) d Kalangadoo 4.1 (25) Robe 28.16 (184) d Nangwarry 1.0 (6)
13 & UNDER B
Millicent 32 (F. MacKenzie, L. Van Eeden) d South Gambier 5 (S. Pedlar, E. Wilke); West Gambier 23 (A. Sheedy, B. Colbert) d Casterton Sandford 8 (K. Richardson, B. Nash)
Kongorong 14.10 (94) d Mt Burr 0.0 (0) Glencoe 10.5 (65) d Hatherleigh 7.5 (47) Port MacDonnell 21.9 (135) d Kalangadoo 2.0 (12) Robe 3.11 (29) d Nangwarry 0.2 (2)
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MID SOUTH EAST NETBALL A GRADE Kongorong 56 (J. Little, K. Earle) d Mt Burr 46 (L. Schultz, E. Clark); Hatherleigh 49 (M. Pulmer, L. MacGregor) d Glencoe 46 (S. Edwards, C. Liebich); Kalangadoo 90 (C. Pratt, J. Croser) d Port MacDonnell 39 (J. Trench, M. Hein); Robe 67 (K. Ross, K. Austin) d Nangwarry 38.
A RESERVE Kongorong 46 (A. Anderson, N. Collins) d Mt Burr 14 (D. Smith, K. Gamble); Hatherleigh 42 (M. Smith, C. Lepley) d Glencoe 35 (K. Coutts, K. Heaver); Kalangadoo 47(L. Ilsley, C. Croser) d Port MacDonnell 37 (B. O’Dine, T. Gilmore); Robe 41 d Nangwarry 39 (A. Grimes, J. Alexander)
B GRADE Above - Mid South East footy returned to the region’s ovals at the weekend. Below - Kalangadoo’s Melissa Russell (left) and Jess Trench (Port MacDonnell) battle for possession in the opening round of Mid South East netball. PHOTOS COURTESY OF KAREN CAWTHORNE.
Millicent 74 (H. Dunn, D. Verbena) d South Gambier 32 (I. Walker, A. Boylan); West Gambier 54 (A. Cram, J. Bell) d Casterton Sandford 34 (S. Jarrad, A. Shannon); North Gambier 64 (A. O’Shaughnessy, L. Fyfe) d East Gambier 52 (B. Creek, T. Bosko).
Kongorong 71 (B. Fuller, K. Long) d Mt Burr 22 (J. Medhurst, K. Burchell); Glencoe 44 (A. Weaver, L. Waller) d Hatherleigh 28 (L. Newsom, S. Bishop); Port MacDonnell 38 (C. Merrett, C. Lewis) d Kalangadoo 36 (N. Reeves, C. Blackmore); Robe 47 (A. Kunze, M. Mathurst-Warren) d Nangwarry 24.
B RESERVE Kongorong 46 (E. Benny, C. Weaver) d Mt Burr 24 (R. Fox, S. Martinella); Glencoe 43 (N. Hawke, S. McDonnell) d Hatherleigh 34 (A. Haines, G. Carnellor); Kalangadoo 52 (B. Winterfield, A. Hawke) d Port MacDonnell 49 (M. Wilson, L. Lewis); Robe 39 (E. Brooks, J, Hawkins) d Nangwarry 21
17 & UNDER Mt Burr 81 (M. Bowering, L. Corman) d Kongorong 5 (A. Trahar, J. Sheperd); Glencoe 42 (S. Jones, K. Medhurst) d Hatherleigh 39 (L. MacGregor, M. Pulmer); Kalangadoo 52 (J. Ryan, J. Solly) d Port MacDonnell 30 (L. Milst4ead, K. Telford); Robe 55 (I. Smith, S. Haggett) d Nangwarry 30
15 & UNDER Mt Burr 60 (M. Job, S. Fox) d Kongorong 19 (E. Curtis, C. Grouss); Hatherleigh 47 (I. Marshall, D. MacGregor) d Glencoe 37 (T. Medhurst, E. Thompson); Kalangadoo 50 (A. Hartland, B. Lythgo) d Port MacDonnell 16 (M. Millard, S. Lomas); Nangwarry 29 d Robe 28 (E. Yeo, M. Hayes)
13 & UNDER
Millicent 18 (H. McGrath, M. Fauchelle) d South Gambier 4 (A. Solomons, B. Bell); Casterton Sandford 18 (S. Richardson, O. Nolte) d West Gambier 4 (L. Simpson, H. Cowie); North Gambier 13 (M. Dyson, S. Brown) d East Gambier 11 (A. Mellyer, S. Clark)
PIONEERS START WITH A RARE LOSS It all started as expected with the Castec Rural Supplies Mount Gambier Pioneers, leading the Geelong Supercats by 10 at the first break in the opening round of the 2018 SEABL season. But the scoring did dry up for the Pioneers after that, in what was a low scoring contest, where both teams would not be happy with the turnover count - Geelong with 14 and the Pioneers with 25. In the end, Geelong secured a home court 10 point victory, 72-62. Skipper Tom Daly top scored for the Pioneers with 16 points, with Brad Hill finishing with 13 points, including three from seven from beyond the arc. Erik Burdon, who also converted three from three point territory, finished with 11 points, while Luke Jamieson was dominant on the defensive boards, snaring 10 of his 11 rebounds at Geelong’s end of the court. The Pioneers will now be looking to regroup on their home pine this weekend against Albury-Wodonga with a new tip-off time for 2018 of 7.30pm on Friday night. Geelong 72 d Mount Gambier Pioneers 62 (T. Daly 16; B. Hill 13; E. Burdon 11; L. Jamieson, M. Deng 6)
Mt Burr 35 (A. Ballantyne, J. Altschwager) d Kongorong 20 (K. Wright, I. Jenkin); Hatherleigh 70 (L. Haines, E. Lang) d Glencoe 11 (Z. Mulraney, A. Tentye); Port MacDonnell 29 (L. Wilson, S. Collins) d Kalangadoo 25 (S. Wrightson, C. Peacock); Robe 29 (R. Schubert, S. Brooks) d Nangwarry 14
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Casterton Sandford 4.2 6.4 8.8 11.9 (75) West Gambier 1.3 4.5 7.9 9.13 (67) Goals - Casterton Sandford: C. Currie 3; M. Jarrad, J. Stephenson 2; T. McArlein, D. Richardson, T. Clode, N. O’Brien. West: J. Schapel, T. Holmes, J. Ryan 2; D. Robbins, R. Kuller, S. Wenman. Best - Casterton Sandford: C. Currie, W. MacDonald, B. Guthrie, J. Stephenson, D. Ayton, J. Searle. West: S. Wenman, T. Lewis, L. Bradley-Browen, T. Holmes, J. Schapel. Millicent 4.0 9.4 12.7 14.9 (93) South Gambier 4.3 8.5 10.7 13.8 (86) Goals - Millicent: T. Hutchesson, M. Duldig 3; D. Bromley, S. Willis 2; W. Fleming, M. reilly, H. Gordon, D. Thwaites. South: B. Kain 5; J. Tentye, B. Bryant, J. Capewell 2; D. Boyd, K. Bowd. Best - Millicent: T. Hutchesson, R. Duncan, S. Duldig, H. Nitschke, D. Bromley, W. Fleming. South: T. Saffin, B. Bryant, B. Kain, D. Boyd, N. Jenkin, T. Opie. East Gambier 1.1 4.5 7.5 13.8 (86) North Gambier 5.2 8.3 8.5 10.6 (66) Goals - East: G. Cooper 4; K. Thomson, M. Rumbelow 3; J. Dawe, M. Willson, J. Fry. North: S. Stafford, M. Lewis, N. McInerney 2; J. Schutz, T. McLennan, J. Hollitt, N. Moretti. Best - East: J. Forster, G. Cooper, M. Rumbelow, K. Rodis, J. Ransom, J. Eldridge. North: T. McInerney, F. Marshall, M. Telford, N. McInerney, J. Hollitt, B. Egan.
B GRADE Casterton Sandford 12.7 (79) d West Gambier 4.5 (29) North Gambier 11.17 (83) d East Gambier 3.0 (18) Millcient 13.17 (95) d South Gambier 8.3 (51)
UNDER 17.5 Casterton Sandford 10.8 (68) d West Gambier 7.10 (52) North Gambier 8.5 (33) d East Gambier 5.9 (39)
UNDER 15 West Gambier 14.11 (95) d Casterton Sandford 2.2 (14) North Gambier 8.5 (53) d East Gambier 5.4 (34) South Gambier 11.17 (83) d Millicent 1.0 (6)
UNDER 13 West Gambier 5.9 (39) d Casterton Sandford 1.6 (12) North Gambier 4.4 (28) d East Gambier 3.8 (26) Millicent 9.6 (60) d South Gambier 2.5 (17)
KNT NETBALL A GRADE Lucindale 50 (N Smart, M Gear) d Bordertown 36 (T Poulton, J Lange). Border Districts 46 (E Hausler, L Riggs) d Padthaway 34 (L Fischer, C Fabris). Kybybolite 49 (K Heinrich, B McIntyre) d K/L United 33 (S Bennett, C Feder). Penola 44 (E Gordon, T Galpin) d Kingston 23 (A Hagel)
A RESERVE Lucindale 54 (T Ferguson, A Rayner) d Bordertown 30 (N Rowett, C Stott). Border Districts 34 (M Pretlove, M Jordan) d Padthaway 21 (S Dolling, I Damin). K/L United 35 (T Peoples, K Crouch) d Kybybolite 34 (M Moss, L Sandercock). Penola 82 (K Finch) d Kingston 25 (S Gardiner)
B GRADE Bordertown 32 (K Murch, J Nixon) d Lucindale 30 (G Smith, K Motteram). K/L United 37 (A Hood, B Tootell) d Kybybolite 29 (K Williams, J Brewin)
C GRADE Lucindale 37 (J Mark, A Lindner) d Bordertown 22 (E Moritz, E Moxon). Padthaway 50 (A Steer, J Kakoschke) d Border Districts 23 (J Koch, M Vilde). Kybybolite 37 (B Harvie, J Robinson) d K/L United 14 (Z Fischer, R King) Penola 52 (K Shelton, S Pitt) d Kingston 22 (T Armfield, C Wright)
17 & UNDER Lucindale 41 (C Beaumont, G Bittner) d Bordertown 10 (C Conlon, K Will) Kybybolite 42 (C Baker, A McCurry) d K/L United 23 (G Hodges, K Hawker) Penola 47 (P McShane, L Butler) d Kingston 22 (J Daniel, B Dalziel)
16 & UNDER Bordertown 29 (Z Hawker, H Weatherald) d Lucindale 25 (G Bittner, E Jones) Penola 40 (A Marcus, K Skeer) d Kingston 33 (Z Lewis, L Ross)
15 & UNDER Lucindale 37 (I Stock, M Thompson) d Bordertown 23 (Z Steinberg, A Steinberg) Padthaway 73 (J Fretwell, M Stringer) d Border Districts 26 (G Gherardin, G Blaus); Kybybolite 37 (H Sambell, J Schultz) dd K/L United 26 (T Pearson, C Dodson); Penola 23 (E Berkin, E Hutchesson) d Kingston 20.
13 & UNDER A Border Districts 41 (R Pfitzner, E Dealnd) d Padthaway 21 (O Grundy, K McCarthy) Kybybolite 39 (H Carberry, M Shepherd) d K/L United 38 (A Hawker, E Vivian) Penola 46 d Kingston 26.
13 & UNDER B Lucindale 13 (K Schubert, S Edmonds) d Bordertown 8 (A Parsons, C Botha) Border Districts 14 (E Modra, M Burke) d Padthaway 13 (S Moreton, A Charlick) Kybybolite 22 d K/L United 5.; Penola 11 (L Caitlin, S Flint) d Kingston 8
SPORT CENTRAL BASEBALL CLUB AWARDS
Life member Steve Kuhl receives his 700 game certificate from president Andrew McClean.
Life member Steve Kuhl (left) and president Andrew McClean (right) present Club Person of the Year Kyall McCLean (centre) with his award.
Under 15 coach’s award recipient Bodey Hosking (centre) with Kyall McClean (left) and Member for Mount Gambier Troy Bell (right).
Ben Braithwaite (centre) receives the Under 13 Blue coach’s award from Anthony Ridding (left) and Member for Mount Gambier Troy Bell (right).
Division one best & fairest and batting average trophy winner Dylan Chuck (left) receives his award from division one coach Nathan Meinck.
Under 13 Gold most improved recipient Clyde Innes (centre) with Ben Green (left) and Member for Mount Gambier Troy Bell.
Bayden Wanstall (centre) receives the Under 13 Blue most improved award from Darren Smith (left) and Member for Mount Gambier Troy Bell (right).
Under 13 Blue best & fairest Curtis Page (centre) with Darren Smith (left) and Member for Mount Gambier Troy Bell (right).
Lachlan Ridding (left) receives his division one coach’s award from division one coach Nathan Meinck.
Kai Arbury (centre) receives the Under 13 Gold coach’s award from Ben Green (left) and Member for Mount Gambier Troy Bell (right).
Axel Page (centre) receives the coach’s award from Darren Smith (left) and Member for Mount Gambier Troy Bell
Best Under 21 player in division one - Kyall McClean.
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Under 13 Blue most improved Jackson Bell(centre) with Anthony Ridding (left) and Member for Mount Gambier Troy Bell (right).
Mark Kilpatrick (left) received the Woodduck Award from division one coach Nathan Meinck.
Alex Ridding (right) received the Junior Club Person of the Year from life member Steve Kuhl.
Under 13 Gold best & fairest Jed Sims (centre) with Ben Green (left) and Member for Mount Gambier Troy Bell (right).
SPORT CENTRAL BASEBALL CLUB AWARDS
Division two best & fairest Dylan Gull (left) with Brad Lynagh.
Division three coach’s award and batting average trophy winner Scott Page (left) with Brenton Lockwood.
Division two batting average award winner Ben Green (left) with Brad Lynagh.
Division three batting average winner Andrew Hoath (right) with life member Geoff Crouch.
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DON’T MISS OUT ON A CHANCE TO WIN A HOLIDAY Southern Grampians Shire Council is giving you the chance to win an overseas holiday! Residents could be in the running to win a holiday to Fiji, New Caledonia or Thailand, simply by connecting with Council between now and Monday, August 6, this year. Southern Grampians Shire Council Shire Mayor Councillor Mary-Ann Brown said the competition was aimed at encouraging utilisation of the widerange of council services and programs available to residents. “We want to see as many community members as possible touching base with council and perhaps utilising services that they may not have in the past,” the Mayor said. “We think it’s a great incentive and may give some people the kick along they’ve needed, to join the library, sign up for e-notices for rates, join the film club or register for the green waste program. We know there is a large cohort of the community whose interactions with council are limited to simply paying rates or registering their dog and we want to increase that. Council received a holiday to give away as part of a regional television advertisement package and so we designed this competition to encourage people to connect with us, especially those who wouldn’t normally be inclined to do so.” There are a number of ways that residents can enter the holiday giveaway: • Register for e-Notices to receive rates via email; • Become a new member of the Greater Hamilton Library; • Register for council’s green waste service; • Renew or join HILAC as a full-usage 12-month member; • Join the Friends of the PAC; • Join the Film Club; • Attend a Council initiated community engagement session; • Attend a Business Development Seminar or workshop; • Visit the council site at 2018 Sheepvention; or • Register your email address to get debtor invoices sent electronically. Visit www.sthgrampians.vic.gov.au for full terms and conditions. The holiday will be drawn randomly at the conclusion of Sheepvention Day One.
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