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COVER • GUARANTEED GOOD, CLEAN FUN Stewart Owen and David Walker are heading into their fourth year as the proud owners of Mount Gambier’s Treehouse Play Café. They already have a Mount Gambier Chamber of Commerce Outstanding Business Award on their resume – that came in their second year in charge – and they have just unveiled their latest redevelopment as they continue to reach for the stars in terms of business success. “It was a real pat on the back to get that Chamber of Commerce Award,” Stewart said. “It was nice to know we were doing something right.” There has been no wresting on laurels, though, and that’s why the latest upgrade came about. “I feel like we really have the two to six year olds covered,” Stewart said. “But we really want to start targeting the six to 11 year olds and I wanted some height on the playground and some serious slides to keep that age group engaged.” In a twist of fate, the man behind the latest playground upgrade, actually worked on the
project 14 years ago, and still had the plans from which to base much of the facelift. The centrepiece of that upgrade is the speed slides, the extra steep slippery dips, aimed at the young thrill seekers. The baby area has also been redeveloped with plenty to engage the Treehouse Play Café’s youngest clientele. And while the new playground basically reaches the ceiling – Stewart has a grand plan to build another level, mind you – and the new party room, baby area and café is all state-of-theart, the biggest selling point for this indoor adventure playground is how clean it is. “I have the cleanest balls in town and you can quote me on that,” Stewart said. Between Stewart, David and the team a minimum of four hours cleaning is undergone everyday to ensure the Treehouse Play Café is in tip top condition, germ free and ready for a swag of active kids. “It is probably safe to say, both David and I have a bit of OCD and that’s probably a good thing when you are running a place like this,” Stewart said. The balls from the hugely popular ball pit, in both the main area and the infant play area, are sanitised daily and also go through the ball cleaning machine – a job with which many of the kids visiting love helping with as the balls are fed in to the machine by the children and spat
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out fresh and clean from above. “They see it as a fun game,” Stewart said. The rest of the equipment and the café area, are all cleaned thoroughly daily as well, with Stewart and David being all too aware that cleanliness is the number one concern of parents when heading to these type of indoor play venues. The party room is also popular with the Treehouse Play Café hosting around half a dozen celebrations each weekend, and as winter approaches, the After Dark Parties prove popular, with the play cafe team running disco themed night events, from 6-9pm by appointment, with packages starting
from $549, with no limit on numbers and fully catered. The Treehouse Play Café is open from 9.30am-5pm seven days a week, as well as the After Dark Party option, by appointment. Check out the stunning Treehouse Play Café on Bay Road (entrance off Heriot Street) today or call in to book your next family celebration. TREEHOUSE PLAY CAFE 25 Bay Road Mount Gambier Ph: (08) 8723 2045
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SAINT CELEBRATES IN STYLE She was the rising star who debuted in A Grade as a 13 year old and claimed her first A Grade association best & fairest at age 17. She was the locally bred star who went to Adelaide to study teaching and played in State Under 19 and Under 21 teams, as well as claiming a State League premiership with Adelaide Cougars. She then returned home as the Saints’ great hope to resurrect the club’s flagging fortunes in the top grade and she delivered in spades – the club has claimed 14 titles since her return in 2000 and they are
currently on a nine title run, aiming for 10 this season. Testament to her standing in the sport of netball, it can wait until 134 words in to even bother to mention her name – Donna Denton. At the weekend, the star goaler played her 400th senior game and she showed no signs of slowing down as she had her usual influence on the contest with East Gambier to lead the Saints to a 22 goal win. Donna started her senior career alongside her sister – she now plays alongside her talented nieces Hannah and Paige Nitschke, and her daughter Lucy has also hit the A Grade court in 2018. It makes sense, family is at the heart of Donna, the reason she returned to Millicent to work and raise her family. “The club is such a big part of our lives and I have so many special memories here,” Donna said, at her pregame presentation. Her resume only gets longer –including nine association best & fairest, 18 times selected in the Team of the Year and a country championship winning player and coach. And while Millicent continues to dominate the competition, her return and her influence on her own club has extended into the competition, with all clubs looking to raise the bar as they look to not just challenge but topple the all-conquering Saints. There have been plenty of other influential players at the Saints during this period, including Hayley Dunn, Audine Bryant and Lisa Duldig, but Donna Denton is the player that seems to transcend the sport, with many outside the sport being all too aware of her achievements. There is
no hesitation with the response when you ask Donna who had the biggest influence on her formative years – it is club and Western Border Netball Association stalwart Di Facey. “Her whole love of sport and desire to be the best you can be,” Donna said. “It just made you want to be the best player you could be out of respect for her.” And that close relationship with Facey has continued into her senior years. “She still rings me and I can always go to her for advice,” Donna said. “And still so often she will tell me something and when I think about it I realise she is right.” Donna’s mother and Julie Wesolowski also played their part in developing and nurturing the significant talent of the young goaler. She was 13 when she debuted in Millicent’s A grade side, playing alongside her sister Jodie in the shooting circle. “I was playing State basketball then so I wasn’t there all the time,” Denton said. “We were a very young side – my sister was only
two years older than me and the whole team was around that age.” Her time in Adelaide playing State League certainly shaped the Donna Denton the Western Border Netball Association has enjoyed for 19 years and has seen her mould the Saints battle plan, which relies on speed of ball. For Donna, the pace of the game at State League level, and the hardness of the contest was the biggest difference between playing A grade for Millicent as a teenager and the top competition in the State. “The speed of the ball coming in was amazing and I remember playing on Michelle Den Dekker one day and just kept dropping the ball,” she said. Needless to say Donna didn’t take long to adjust and become a key member of the team that would secure that history making premiership. “I realised I wasn’t fit – not when you’re coming up against players who are all at least as good as you,” Denton said. “I had never been much of a runner but I realised I had to run and
had to get stronger and to be as fit as I could be.” Let that be a lesson to the rest of the Western Border competition. Saturday was a fitting game to honour the 400 game milestone for the champion. She did not have things her own way with fill-in defender Jacinta Clark proving a good match in pace and aerial work to challenge the star shooter, but as always she found a way, finished accurately and ensured any challenge from the Bulldogs was quickly quelled. Her connection with Demi Verbena, one of many young players mentored by Donna as a teenager, who has returned to the club and stepped into the coaching role in 2018, was seamless, as was her ongoing chemistry with Lisa Duldig – another player who learned much of her craft during the Denton years, and has become a doyen of the game herself. Long time team mate Hayley Dunn has been by Donna’s side for much of the past 19 years and it was fitting the duo was again on court, masterminding another Saints victory. Husband Chris, and daughters Lucy, Abby and Emily were all on hand to celebrate the milestone, with East Gambier reflecting the standing in which Donna is held, but making their own presentation in honour of the occasion. East Gambier’s Sarah Lock played her 300th game as a Bulldog on the weekend as well and while she does not boast the resume of Donna Denton, the respect she has at the kennel was palpable. See page 32 for match reports. Above (far left) - Donna Denton in action in her 400th game. Above (main photo) - The milestone banner with all the netballers in the family (from left) - Abby Denton, Donna Denton (with Emily Denton); Hannah Nitschke; Paige Nitschke and Lucy Denton. Above (right) - Donna Denton celebrated her 400 senior game milestone with East Gambier’s Sarah Lock, who racked up 300 total games as a Bulldog.
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FUNDING FOR WINE INDUSTRY TOURISM INITIATIVE The Limestone Coast wine region is set to receive an economic boost through increased international tourist numbers, after being successful in securing funding through the Turnbull Government’s International Wine Tourism Competitive Grants Programme. Member for Barker Tony Pasin has congratulated Limestone Coast Grape and Wine Council Inc. on their project, “Limestone Coast mixed dozen interactive wine trails,” which involves the development of a central consumer tool or website (with language translation) that promotes tailored visitation experiences (trails, tours and itineraries) and maximizes tourism expenditure across the Limestone Coast. This project is to be supported by $175,000 in grant funding from the Coalition Government’s $50 million Export and Regional Wine Support Package. “This grant will help attract more international tourists to the Limestone Coast which is
great news for local producers and the local economy,” Mr Pasin said. “By enhancing the wine tourism experiences of international visitors, we are helping grow wine exports and further bolstering the Limestone Coast’s excellent wine reputation at an international level. It is essential we show our visitors a great time and they get to enjoy a first-hand our premium food and wine in the place it is made. The local wine region has a great story to tell and we want to tell it to the increasing number of international visitors who are making the trip to Australian shores to enjoy South Australian wines.” The International Wine Tourism Competitive Grants forms part of the Coalition Government’s $50 million Export and Regional Wine Support Package, a three–year strategy to increase the value of wine exports to a record $3.5 billion and attract an additional 40,000 international tourists to Australian wine regions. For more information on the Export and Regional Wine Support Package visit https://www.wineaustralia.com/whatshappening/export-and-regional-winesupport-package Above - Member for Barker Tony Pasin (centre) with the members of the Limestone Coast Grape and Wine Council Inc.
GLOW IN THE DARK MUSHROOMS TAKE CENTRESTAGE IN MAY Throughout the month of May, the Mount Gambier Visitor Centre will be open after dark to host a display of glowing Ghost Mushrooms, providing a taste of Ghost Mushroom Lane currently open to view in the pine forest near Glencoe. Ghost Mushrooms (Omphalotus nidiformis) were discovered locally by photographer Ockert Le Roux, whose curiosity led him to work with Forestry SA and One Forty One Plantations to create a unique tourism opportunity. Last year 18,000 people visited the inaugural forest trail initiative leading to the glowing mushrooms. This year the concept has expanded to include organised tours in the forest and an inside display at the Mount Gambier Visitor Centre. “The success of the Ghost Mushroom program in its first year was astounding and this indoor display provides an opportunity for those less mobile and unable to walk in the dark forest the chance to see this phenomenon up close,” City of Mount Gambier manager tourism and economic development Donna Foster said. The Ghost Mushrooms are
seasonal, first appearing in early May and finishing by mid-June. Their soft green glow can only be seen at night, in a dark environment. The indoor display has been carefully created to provide a forestry environment, with a narrative played to provide the audience with background and biological information on the mushroom. Each week fresh mushrooms will be harvested and delivered to the Visitor Centre by Forestry SA. The Visitor Centre opening hours will be extended on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings throughout May to enable people to see the display. Book in to one of three sessions at 6pm, 6.30pm or 7pm. The fee is $5 per person and bookings can be made by emailing the Visitor Centre at visitorcentre@mountgambier. sa.gov.au or by calling (08)8724 9750. Group bookings welcome. The Ghost Mushroom display is a joint initiative between the Visitor Centre, Forestry SA and Tourism Mount Gambier.
READING PROGRAM GOES FROM STRENGTH TO STRENGTH Hamilton’s progressive Growing Greater Readers campaign is about to
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hit a milestone with installation of the 50th Little Book Box. The campaign is part of the Beyond the Bell Southern Grampians Local Action Group and aims to target early reading and literacy support to young children aged 0-5 years. Beyond the Bell Local Action Group member Marg Wagner said the Little Book Boxes were one of several initiatives in Hamilton to develop an environment where everyone values reading. “We’ve had a huge number of partners across Hamilton in building the boxes, hosting them and donating, sorting and distributing books,” Ms Wagner said. The Hamilton Reading Champions program is showing similar growth with several local people being trained by Claire Jennings on how best to read to children and how to encourage them to listen. At events across the Southern Grampians region, the Local Action Group has promoted reading corners so reading champions can read to groups of children. “This is a great way to demonstrate that reading and sharing books is a fun and easy thing to do,” Ms Wagner said. “There are still a high number of people not aware of the Growing Greater Readers program so we look at all opportunities to reinforce the message.” Information compiled for the Beyond the Bell annual report shows 200 Beyond the Bell Growing Greater Readers bookmarks have also been distributed in the community. More than 100 people have signed up for the 1000 Books Before School project and more than 520 Let’s Read bags have been distributed in the area through Maternal and Child Health Centres. The next major event being promoted locally by Beyond the Bell is National Simultaneous Story Time on May 23. The Local Action Group is encouraging local schools to participate and register for the event and to contact Beyond the Bell if they want someone to read. LAST DAYS FOR WORLD CLASS EXHIBITION Described by bryologist Dr George Scott as “the greatest botanical artist in the world today, and probably the greatest there has ever been”, Celia Rosser has, with her, The Banksias, produced the first ever pictorial survey of an entire genus of this magnitude. These original watercolour paintings for the three large volumes of The Banksias, Rosser’s magnum opus, took more than 25 years of meticulous artistry to complete. These three volumes have only been displayed together once previously, in 2001 at the National Library of Australia, so this is a rare and remarkable opportunity to view Rosser’s oeuvre in its entirety with the exhibition winding up this Sunday at the Hamilton Gallery.
ALL ROADS LEAD TO PENOLA THIS WEEKEND Penola and Coonawarra become the centre of the Limestone Coast this weekend, in fact, starting Thursday night, as the 27th Penola Coonawarra Arts Festival springs into action. The four day festival delivers on what so many festivals of its kind promise – something for everyone. An extensive kids program, comedy, music, art, food and wine all take centre stage with chances for people to get involved by getting their own hands dirty, or the option to just chill, enjoy a glass of wine, local produce and a relaxing vibe provided by stunning art or music. Run entirely by volunteers, the festival program has some impressive pillars – the $10,000 John Shaw Neilson Acquisitive Art Prize, which is announced on Thursday night to kick off the festival and Co-Opera’s latest offering, which in 2018 is The Barber of Seville, and is also on Thursday night,
ensuring the festival starts on a high note. From that point on, the eclectic nature of the program and the around 50 different activities, exhibitions, performances and workshops ensures the town is abuzz for the remining three days celebrating all things artistic and the things that make Penola and Coonawarra so special. Organisers time and time again ensure there is the perfect blend of outside talent and showcasing local gems and both the music program at Shenanigans Music Hall, the festival moniker for Coonawarra Hall, and the Coonawarra Comedy Club, both subscribe to the local and imported mix of talent. There are other festival favourites who continue to mark this festival into their calendar, with Kelly Menhennett (pictured above) again gracing the festival at her usual venue of Bellwether Wines, while the Royal Oak Open Mic competition continues to bring out the X Factor in everyone. The festival also shines a spotlight on the region’s heritage with Petticoat Lane hosting a number of events that pay homage to days gone by, including Bruce Kennewell (pictured left) at
Gammon Cottage Forge, showcasing the dying art of the blacksmith. And when it comes to getting involved yourself, the Paint Like Nobody is Watching option is all about attracting those who aren’t sure they have an artistic side to just go for it, with Patrick of Coonawarra hosting the artistic free for all that looks to tap into everyone’s creative side – no matter how deep it is hidden. The kids program is more extensive every year and Scott’s BMX Trick Show (pictured below) is sure to have the young ones enthralled as he takes riding a bike to a whole new level. Then there’s high tea at the Coonawarra Store, mosaic workshops, the lost art of preserving with Joy Bowen, who will run through fermenting, pickling, bottling, smoking, curing and salting, and a range of literary and writing events to celebrate Penola’s rich history when it comes to the written word.
ABC PRESENTER AND THEATRE DOYEN HEADING TO ARTS FESTIVAL Award winning ABC radio presenter Peter Goers, who was most recently on stage as The Narrator in the Adelaide Festival Centre run of The Rocky Horror Picture Show, is bringing his own brand of humour and wit to the 2018 Penola Coonawarra Arts Festival. Performing at the Penola Bowling Club on May 19, Pure Gold is somewhat of a greatest hits anthology, taking material from his three Adelaide Fringe Shows, and sharing anecdotes from 40 years in showbiz in his own irreverent and accessible fashion. An unabased supporter of regional South Australia, clocking up many a mile in his trusty Volvo, Goers will delight with tales of some of the industry’s biggest stars, including Barry Humphries, Ethel Merman, Frank Thring and Toni Lamond. Pure Gold runs from 12noon to 2pm on May 19 with tickets available online for $25 a head at www.artsfestival.com.au
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Head to artsfestival.com.au for the full program and details on how you can get involved and follow the festival on facebook and Instagram to keep
up with all the latest news. The Penola Coonawarra Arts Festival runs from May 17-20.
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SOLE SISTERS RETURN FOR ARTS FESTIVAL This year sees the Sole Sisters Collective come together again for their fifth exhibition - ‘Still’. The five-piece collective last combined forces in March 2016 with their exhibition ‘Patternista’ at The Main Corner Complex. The Sole Sisters, comprising of Melissa Horton, Kristyn Jones, Anna Mitchell, Bianca Richardson and Julia Reader, are holding their exhibition at popular winery Raidis Estate as part of the 2018 Penola Coonawarra Arts Festival Program. ‘Still’ begins with a photographic image. Five different photographs interpreted by the five artists using their own
individual style and flair. A variety of mediums will be showcased, including digital prints on paper, wood and fabric, watercolour, collage and more. Also on display will be the ever-popular collaborative artworks. This time the group has created a large collaborative piece based on a photograph by popular Mount Gambier photographer Ockert le Roux. Emma Raidis will officially open ‘Still’ this Friday at 6.30pm at Raidis Estate. The exhibition will be open for two weeks from Friday, May 18, to Friday, June 1. Raidis Estate opening hours are Monday to Sunday, 12.30-5pm.
TOURISM CAMPAIGN WITH A DIFFERENCE Local tourism experiences come alive with the newly installed ‘Pop Out Brochure’ now on show at the Mount Gambier Visitor Centre, featuring works by local artist Mel Cecotti. The ‘Pop-Out Brochure’ is a new installation at the Mount Gambier Visitor Centre to encourage fun and engaging interaction. “This exciting and fun display features caves, sinkholes, sea and vineyards and utilises vibrant colours and quirky materials for an ‘off-canvas’ experience,” City of Mount Gambier manager tourism and economic development Donna Foster said. “The combined artwork and display both harness educational elements and encourages visits to various sites around Mount Gambier and the Limestone Coast.” The quirky concept aims to take a different approach to sharing visitor information and encourages visitors to talk to the
centre staff about what they want to see and do in the region. There are multiple artworks by artist Mel Cecotti of Psycotti Art including ‘Simo’, ‘Stevie the Scuba Diver’ and ‘Ducks’. “There is something for all ages and the display includes hidden gems that can be found throughout the art including the flowers of each of the Australian states,” Ms Foster said. The display can be viewed daily at the visitor centre during normal opening hours, closing thirty minutes before the centre shuts. The visitor centre is open seven days between 9am to 5pm weekdays and 10am to 4pm on Saturday, Sunday and public holidays.
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Above - Artist Mel Cecotti (left), Ben Deering and City of Mount Gambier manager tourism and economic development Donna Foster are ‘photobombed’ by ‘Simo’.
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75 BAY ROAD, MOUNT GAMBIER
● Located in Mount Gambier’s prestigious Bay Road precinct. ● Delightful stone home on a huge 1284m2 allotment. ● Oﬀering three bedrooms master with BIRs, plus study or fourth bedroom. ● Featuring extensively renovated kitchen with new appliances, formal dining area with open ﬁre place and large lounge with new gas log ﬁre. Gail Richards 0409 268 199
17 PEAKE STREET, MOUNT GAMBIER
by appointment SAT & SUN Highest & Best Oﬀer's by Friday 25th 3 2 4 May 2018 at 12 Noon (if not sold prior) ● Beautiful solid brick home in immaculate condition set on 18 acres. ● Three living areas. ● Amazing pergola and outdoor entertaining area – oﬀering bar and feature open ﬁre place with an attractive outlook over the gardens. ● 5 kilowatt solar system. Gail Richards 0409 268 199 15 TARANDI ROAD, MOUNT GAMBIER
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Updated 4BR home on a large 1243m2 allotment. Master bedroom with en-suite & WIR. 2 living areas plus kid’s toy room or oﬃce. Extras include R/C air & 4kw solar system. 10m x 6m Shed with S/Car carport UMR. Currently tenanted on a periodic lease.
. Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266
3B COOLABAH STREET, MOUNT GAMBIER
NE E IC
● Neat and tidy stone three bedroom stone home located on a corner allotment. ● Large lounge room, eat in kitchen with electric cooking all bedrooms with BIR’s. ● Outside oﬀers adjoining double length carport plus easy access from Griﬃths Street to a double iron garage with concrete ﬂoor and power. Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199 4 IRVEN STREET, PORT MACDONNELL
$339,000 OFFERS INVITED
● Fantastic low maintenance townhouse in a great location. ● Ideal for 1st home buyers, retirees or investors. ● Featuring 3 bedrooms with BIR’s, 2 way bathroom with separate powder area & toilet, spacious open plan kitchen/ dining/lounge. ● Oﬀering gas/electric cooking, dishwasher & r/c air conditioning. Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266 14 CHURCH STREET, PORT MACDONNELL
● Set on a 4058m2 allotment just a short stroll from the beach. ● Unique stone home providing amazing shedding with a rural aspect. ● Open plan living area including Baltic timber kitchen with electric cooking. ● 3-4 bedrooms plus huge rear under cover entertaining area. ● Double length garage UMR with 2.9mclearance. Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199
10 SAUNDERS ROAD, BLACKFELLOWS CAVES
● Neat and tidy stone & tile home in the popular seaside township of Port MacDonnell. ● Located just a short walk to the beach, hotel, general store, post oﬃce and library. ● Oﬀering an open plan living area including original kitchen/ meals with electric cooking a spacious living room with wood heating & timber mantle. Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199
LOT 2 PRIVATE ROAD, CARPENTER ROCKS
This fantastic beachside property. 4 Bedrooms (master with BIR & En-suite). Double storey brick home with coastal & sea views. Features include large open plan meals/family living with s/c wood heating & BI bar, WI pantry & electric cooking, deck & balcony with impressive views. ● Extra shedding with concrete & h/duty power. Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266 ● ● ● ●
● Amazing opportunity to purchase just over an acre of elevated land with amazing views to Gerloﬀ Bay & the Southern Ocean. ● The property oﬀers an exciting range of opportunities, renovate the existing 3 bedroom cottage or build your new 2 storey dwelling (S.T.C.A.), oﬀering spectacular coastal & ocean views. Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266
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RLA 282 450
493 CAFPIRCO ROAD, COMPTON
3 COBBLESTONE COURT, MOUNT GAMBIER
Al Lamond SALES m: 0418 849 266
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20 COBBLESTONE COURT, MOUNT GAMBIER
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6 APANIE COURT, MOUNT GAMBIER
W NE E IC PR
$395,000 - $425,000
● Beautifully presented home on a private 2.5 Acre allotment. ● Freshly painted home with updated kitchen, ready for a family. ● The lower level has a study/4th bedrooms, 2nd bathroom in laundry and separate toilet. ● Upstairs oﬀers 3 bedroom with WIR’s, bathroom & huge family room.
● Built in 1999 to the highest of standards, this spacious 3 bedroom 2 bathroom home, oﬀers amazing views over the city. ● Extra’s include Tasmanian Oak kitchen with electric cooking, dishwasher, pantry & breakfast bar, overlooking a casual dining area. ● In conjunction with Complete Real Estate.
Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266 or Gail Richards 0409 268 199
Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266 or Gail Richards 0409 268 199
9 MIL-LEL DRIVE, MIL-LEL
21 CANAVAN ROAD, MOUNT GAMBIER
22 TENISON DRIVE, MOUNT GAMBIER
W NE E IC PR
Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199
● Beautifully presented home located on the high side of the street in a quiet cul-de-sac. ● Airy open plan kitchen/meals/family with gas cooktop & electric oven, dishwasher & breakfast bar plus built in study nook. ● Additional living room connects to a semi enclosed outdoor entertaining area, ideal for family gatherings.
23 ANNETTE STREET, MOUNT GAMBIER
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$699,000 - $719,000
● Perfectly designed and positioned on an elevated block with beautiful landscaped gardens. ● Huge living area that curves right around to the front door, providing formal and informal areas to relax and unwind. ● Stunning two pack kitchen with granite benchtops, quality stainless steel appliances & loads of cupboard space. ● Master bedroom features walk in robe and ensuite. Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199 or Al Lamond 0418 849 266
● Built in 2011 the home oﬀers every luxury for busy modern family living. ● Spacious gourmet kitchen provides overlooks the HUGE living area plus games room with bar and stunning timber ﬂoors. ● Ducted r/c air conditioning, ABus sound system, home oﬃce, solid hardwood ﬂoors, generous amounts of storage and a huge 10x x 9m shed.
● Elegant dolomite fronted character home located on a HUGE 4900m2 private allotment. ● Loads of charm including 12 ft ceilings, timber mantles & original leadlight windows. ● Featuring four large bedrooms, the master with ensuite bathroom. ● A formal sitting room or 5th bedroom.
● Magniﬁcent 2 storey family home in a private location, within walking distance to the Marketplace Shopping Centre and the Mt Gambier Hospital. ● Stunning Blackwood timber kitchen with dishwasher, electric cooking & WI pantry. ● Other features include formal dining area, plus separate formal lounge, ideal as a billiard or home theatre room.
● Approximately 70 squares in size, the home provides a large family space and comfort and a relaxing sanctuary to come home to. ● Superbly renovated kitchen plus formal lounge and theatre rooms. ● Amazing gas & solar heated indoor heated swimming pool and huge pool pavilion will ensure its use whatever the season. ● Family living doesn’t get any better than this!
Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199 or Al Lamond 0418 849 266
Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199
Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266 or Gail Richards 0409 268 199
Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266 or Gail Richards 0409 268 199
LAND FOR SALE MOUNTVIEW ESTATE
55 ASCOT STREET, DARTMOOR
From $100,000 plus SAV ● ● ● ● ● ● ●
BUSINESS & FREEHOLD
Highly respected & established mechanical business. Excellent location in the centre of town. Proﬁtable business with excellent ﬁgures. Well maintained plant & equipment included. Iconic business servicing the area for many years. Long lease available to purchaser. Purchaser has option to buy freehold.
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Several other blocks available, contact Al Lamond on 0418 849 266
Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266
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$75,000 + SAV ● Popular local café/restaurant in prominent CBD location. ● Strong regular clientele with good ﬁgures. ● Opportunity for further growth. ● Fully licensed for 60 people. ● Secure lease. ● Modern interior with an excellent reputation for great food. ● Includes a great list of plant and equipment. Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199
7-11 AVEY ROAD, MOUNT GAMBIER
Attention Trucking & Forestry Operators ● Great central location containing 9525m2 allotment, zoned general industry. ● Excellent shedding, including huge 1080m2 storage shed. ● Large industrial shed oﬀering truck service pit, ideal for workshop.
● Administration block containing 4 oﬃces, store rooms, lunch room, board room & reception area. ● Extras include 3 phase power, detached toilet/shower block & bore. ● Plenty of storage & turning room for trucks & large machinery. ● Please contact the appointed Agents for further details.
Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266 or Gail Richards 0409 268 199
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16 Gaden Street
6 Mark Street
4 Winfield Court
2/29 Victoria Terrace
OPEN SATURDAY 10.15 - 10.45AM 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.
COMPLETELY RENOVATED – PERFECT FOR LIVING OR INVESTING This home is ideal for someone looking for their first base or investment. 3 bedrooms all with new carpet, BIR & fully renovated ensuite. Beautifully renovated kitchen with dishwasher & stainless-steel appliances. Large living area. Main bathroom with separate toilet and completely renovated with floor to ceiling tiles. Ceiling fans throughout and all new light fixtures. Reverse cycle split system.
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FANTASTIC LOCATION, RENOVATED AND SO CLOSE TO THE CITY CENTRE Vicki Quinn Real Estate is pleased to offer for sale this renovated Family home a stone’s throw from the main street Offering 4 bedrooms, all with built in robes 2 living areas, Open plan kitchen and dine with gas cooktop, elect oven and walk in pantry 2 bathrooms both with sep toilets Air con, ducted gas heating plus an ambient gas log heater New floor coverings, window furnishings and freshly painted throughout Internal access from the double length garage under the main roof Plus rear yard access Rear shedding with power and workshop All this situated on a block size of approx.1030m2. Endless possibilities for extended family or to run a home based business.
21 Turnbull Drive
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
25 Blackall Street
2 Max Young Drive
OPEN SATURDAY 11.00 - 11.30AM
OPEN SATURDAY 11.00 - 11.30AM
OPEN SATURDAY 9.30 - 10.00AM GORGEOUS EASY LIVING THREE BEDROOM HOMETTE Situated in a quiet location, this 1994 build 3-bedroom homette residence will appeal to various home buyers, downsizing, starting up or simply look for the perfect investment. 3 good sized bedrooms all with BIR. Generous lounge room. Timber kitchen with LG dishwasher & dining area. Three-way bathroom with access to the main bedroom. Fully repainted. Brand new carpet & bamboo timber floors through out. Mitsubishi reverse cycle split system.
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.
18 Greenridge Drive
A GREAT STARTER AT A BUDGET PRICE Not your average size. This solid home comprises of 4 bedrooms, 3 with built in robes. Renovated bathroom with separate toilet. 2 spacious living areas. Freshly painted and new carpet throughout Kitchen with new gas cooker. Large windows allow for plenty of natural light. Garage under main roof with internal access. Plus rear yard access to carport with high clearance. All this for the low price of $179,000. Get in quick for this one.
33 Wyatt Street
$450,000 - $460,000
SUPERB QUALITY THROUGHOUT Immaculately presented 3/4 bedroom home situated in Max Young Park. Offering spacious formal and informal living areas. Large timber kitchen with gas cooking, dishwasher, WIP & loads of bench space. Every room of this quality home is big. Gorgeous timber windows with disappearing screens overlook manicured gardens both front & rear. Sliding door leads to the outdoor undercover entertaining area which is completely private. Internal access is
28 Yahl Main Road
DOUBLE V’s, VIEWS & VALUE At the end of a quiet cul-de-sac sits this 4-bedroom home featuring a large open plan kitchen, dining and family room with lovely wooden floors. The large windows giving you stunning sweeping views of Conroe drive parklands and beyond. The home Offers a second living area with a formal carpeted lounge. A large master bedroom with ensuite, walk in robe and beautiful bay window. The kitchen has a walk-in pantry and a door that leads straight into a 3-car garage plus double length carport giving gated access to rear yard. Both bedrooms 3 & 4 have built-in robes and there is also a very handy 3rd toilet in the laundry. Ducted reverse cycle air conditioning plus option of using ceiling fan. The outdoor entertaining area has gas outlet in wall ready for your BBQ and to sit and take advantage of those fantastic views. With a very kid friendly backyard all on a block size of approx. 1137m2 Tenanted til 22/11/18 @ $370.00 per week.
3 Ellard Street
67 Lake Terrace East
OUTSTANDING INNER CITY LIVING – INSPECTION BY APPOINTMENT ONLY Vicki Quinn Real Estate is proud to present this beautifully build stone home, situated in the inner city of Mount Gambier. Walking distance to local coffee shops, restaurants, Railway Lands, parks and much more. Whether you’re a professional couple, retiree or simply looking to down size, this one ticks all the boxes. Klas Bild kitchen, with waterfall end to floor laminate Dimond gloss benchtops, soft closing doors, Omega appliances with gas cooking, dishwasher, conventical microwave oven, Fisher & Paykel fridge/ freezer, Blanco silgranit double sink this kitchen is sure to impress.
1 Livingston Street, Mount Gambier
Leased at $235pw
COUNTRY LIVING MADE EASY Families looking for space to entertain need look no further, this home boasts room for everyone, both inside and out while still being close to Yahl Primary School & only 10 minutes’ drive to the city. This home is comprised of 3 bedrooms, two with built-in robes and the master with walk-in robe that connects to the shared two-way bathroom with bath & separate toilet. The home chef will love the kitchen with gas cooking that overlooks the open plan living/ meals space.
INVESTMENT OF THE WEEK 4/10 William Street $175,000
DESIRABLE CENTRAL LOCATION This centrally located home will ideally suit first home buyers, investors or anyone looking for an exciting, low maintenance living. Currently tenanted at $235 per week. What we love about this property: 2 spacious bedrooms both with BIR & optional 3rd bedroom or family room upstairs, opening out to the balcony. Light filled open planned kitchen, living, dining
4/10 Williams Street 3
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. Contact Phoebe today on 0422 943 534 to book your private inspection.
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A STUNNING MAKE OVER Centrally located and comprised with three bedrooms, two with BIR's. Spacious kitchen/ dining with stainless steel appliances. Wood heating, 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.
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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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20 O’LEARY RD MT GAMBIER 3 BED I 1 BATH I 1 CAR
O’LEARY ON THE PARK FROM $275,000
Attention first home owners, investors and retirees, these home and land packages are ideal for you. With stage 1 sold prior to marketing. We can now offer stage 2. Two of mt gambiers leading building companies are offering turn key finishes at prices everyone can afford. 4 plans to choose from, and select your own colours and finishes.
7 ST ANDREWS DRIVE MOUNT GAMBIER 4 BED I 2 BATH I 2 CAR MAKE A OFFER $690,000 Prestigious home in Attamurra Fairway Estates, 4 Bedroom 2 Bathroom three living areas, the perfect entertaining home completed to the highest quality, with fixtures, fittings and finishes you would expect to see in a premier home.
97-99 SUTTONTOWN RD MT GAMBIER 4 BED | 1 BATH | 4 CAR RARE FIND $249,000 Check out this rare property of over 4,000 sq/m in mount gambier city. Ideal for the young family looking for space and enjoy park like surrounds with the luxury of city living. 4 bedrooms 2 living areas, galley kitchen and meals area, slow combustion heating, plus heating and cooling unit.
OPEN E HOM Y DA R U T SA 25 ELDRIDGE DRIVE MT GAMBIER
11 MALLEE STREET MOUNT GAMBIER 4 BED | 1 BATH | 4 CAR
GOLF AT YOUR BACK DOOR $465,000 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.
FAMILY HOME WITH SHEDS $279,500 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. 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. OPEN FOR INSPECTION: SATURDAY 10.15 TO 11AM 6 TENISON DRIVE 4 BED I 2 BATH I 10 CAR THE BEST ADDRESS $635,000 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.
2 AUVALE CRESCENT MT GAMBIER 3 BED | 1 BATH | 1 CAR SOLID INVESTMENT OR HOME $249,000 Make sure you check out this one owner home located in th popular mcdonald park area. Ideal first home or investment. Classic timber kichen, dishwasher, 2 large living areas, 3 large bedrooms, covered patio area, single garage umr. Garden shed, easy care yard.
29 WALLACE STREET MOUNT GAMBIER 4 BED | 2 BATH | 3 CAR
CHARACTER AND LOCATION 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.
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. The home consists of 4 good size bedrooms, formal lounge, sunroom/familyroom, 2 upgraded bathrooms and a classy kitchen with modern applainces.
26 YAHL MAIN ROAD 4 BED | 2 BATH | 8 CAR
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.
COUNTRY FAMILY HOME
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 including bathroom and potbelly heating. Stunning home with4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2 living areas, and office.
210 COMMERCIAL STREET WEST MOUNT GAMBIER 3 BED | 1 BATH | 4 CAR IDEAL SMALL BUSINESS OR OFFICES $210,000 Wow what an opportunity to create a great asset in mount gambiers commercial street. Create a office/ commercial hub, a home, development or an investment. Solid stone home on a corner allotment with great vehicle access for parking.
113 STONY FLAT ROAD WANDILO 7/8 BED | 3 BATH | 9 CAR SIMPLY THE BEST IN COUNTRY LIVING $845,000 Best of country living, set on just over 2 ½ acres. Minutes from mount gambier and even closer to schools the kitchen is every women’s dream beautiful solid timber, large walk in pantry island bench breakfast bar and heaps of storage, an open meals family area great for the whole family or entertaining.
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Warehouse 1520m2 Offices 114m2. Modern Offices with A/C, Data points, Phone lines, M&F Change rooms & toilets. High clearance Insulated roof, Fitted out with Fire Safety Equipment, Fully Alarmed
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295 Kingsley Road, Allendale
17 Ramsay Avenue, Mount Gambier
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This Sizable family home located on a 792m2 allotment, oﬀers 3 large bedrooms, main with WIR and ensuite, kitchen with electric cooking, dishwasher and walk in pantry and a Breakfast bar overlooking the dining area, gas heang and slow combuson wood heang. Located just a stone throw from Conroe Heights shopping centre, directly across from a large reserve with a playground, and close to McDonald Park Primary and Akuna Kindergarten.
AVAILABLE FOR LEASE 1st July 2018
An opportunity to build your dream home, weekender or even holiday accommodaon in an excing new subdivision in Port MacDonnell “Seafarers Way“. This Large level 800m2 (approx) allotment has power, water and Steds connected and is located within walking distance from the sea front. Just minutes to amenies such as restaurants, the general store, the Port MacDonnell Hotel, a chemist and much more, this is a fantasc opportunity that won’t last long.
10 ACRE LIFESTYLE PROPERTY
FAMILY HOME ON 40 ACRES
This remarkable family home is situated on 40 acres in a quite locaon and oﬀers plenty of room for the family to enjoy hobby farming or horses. The home features three freshly painted bedrooms with new carpet, an upgraded modern kitchen with electric cooking, a large open dining area and a dedicated oﬃce. You will love the two large living areas, slow combuson wood heang, bathroom with bath shower and vanity, a separate toilet and large laundry / wash area. The exterior of the home has been freshly painted and the very well maintained yard oﬀers a large undercover rear deck perfect for entertaining family and friends, a double car garage with a pit and extra shedding.
Situated on approx 10 acres and located in the township of Allendale 3-4 bedrooms, dine-in kitchen with electric cooking, double sink & dishwasher Lounge with slow combuson wood heang and heat shiers, bathroom with bath, shower, basin and separate toilet Double bay garage plus a large array of shedding Room for a few calves, chooks or even a pony for the kids An opportunity not to be missed, secure this lifestyle property today.
60 Milstead Street, Port MacDonnell
$95,000 CONVENIENTLY LOCATED
Unlimited Possibilities & Potential
Approximately 2.02 hectares (approx. 4.99 acres) zoned residenal oﬀers unlimited potenal. Situated next door to the UNI SA and TAFE precinct, directly across the road from the popular Montebello Estate and the Montebello IGA and childcare centre. 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom Mount Gambier stone home on the allotment achieving $180 per week and is in a ﬁxed lease unl 31.08.18. There are many opons with this allotment that could suit a wide range of buyers, developers and/or investors - Sub-division potenal (S.T.C.A) - Refurbishing the current dwelling or leave in the current condion and receive a rental return - Build you dream home (S.T.C.A) and have a large parcel of land on the outskirts of Mount Gambier’s CBD. In conjuncon with Ray White Keatley
Just one street back from the waterfront 601sqm block located in Port MacDonnell is central to all your needs. Walking distance from shops, cafes, beach and hotel. Featuring a 7m x 4m colour bond shed with a toilet and provision for a shower. Sepc tank and town water connected.
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16 DEGARIS ST, MT GAMBIER Open plan living Large Rumpus room Great workshop and store room Out door patio with open fire place and built in BBQ
JUST LISTED - $299,000
4 BED I 2 BATH I 2 CAR 1001 EIGHTMILE CREEK RD, EIGHTMILE CREEK 3/51 BERTHA STREET, MOUNT GAMBIER 3 BED I 1 BATH I 2 CAR 3 BED I 1 BATH I 1 CAR • Double carport • • • •
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4 bedrooms all with robes 2 bathrooms plus 3rd toilet Carpeted formal lounge/Dining Timber kitchen with walkin pantry Open plan Kitchen meals Family area Double Garage UMR with internal access 3rd Living area downs stairs with own toilet Large elevated Covered Deck with lovely out look
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160 – 168 Wireless Road West, Suttontown
16 Coral Cove, Port MacDonnell
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1064m allotment Elevated Location 4 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms
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247 Cafpirco Rd, Compton
Suite 2/14 Helen Street, Mount Gambier SA 5290
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3 Buffalo Crescent
27 Peake Street
Priced to sell! This builders own masterpiece is the latest in design and complete quality inside and out. Easy modern OPEN living and ultimate FRI entertaining are just 5.00 - 5.30 two reasons why to buy.
23 Blackall Street
84 Crouch Street South
Easy care living at its best. A wonderful solid constructed Torrens Title homette, perfect for an investor or retiree. Well OPEN maintained, with loads SAT of appeal. No strata 9.30 - 10.00 fees!
8 Marngo Place
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.
18 Pelican Point Road
Full of charm this gorgeous property will impress those who want a great location – ideal for the first home buyer or OPEN Investor – fabulous! SAT 10.15 - 10.45
49 Elizabeth Street
Exceptional first home or one for the investor, loaded with extras. Huge shedding area and rear private access. Close to schools & local shopping.
12 Gwendoline Street
18 Eldridge Drive Worrolong
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. 11.00 - 11.30
26 Navajo Drive
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!
Hillview Lane McKay Road - Compton
All the hard work is done! Presented to a high standard this magnificent home boasts space, enviable lifestyle and a private established OPEN setting, all on just over SAT an acre. Quality location 11.45 - 12.15 and priced to sell!
3/6 Coolabah Street
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.
1/2A Doughty Street
Solid and spacious unit in quiet and quality group, close to schools and shops. A great investment opportunity or one to call home. Currently leased.
2/46 Derrington Street
Lot 103 $175,000 Lot 105 $184,500
a/ 1,202m2 approx
Enjoy the ocean views – a prime location for affordable beachfront living. Near level 1,200m2 approx allotment with great shedding
2/20 Kurrajong Street
All Lots over 5,400m2 From $175,000
An exciting division with unbeatable country outlook & views to the Centenary Tower. Only a minutes drive to Tenison Woods College and Malseed Park. Power, water, telephone connected. Get in Early!
Fantastic double storey Townhouse in a great central position, private and secure. For the Nester or the Investor. Open plan living, upstairs ensuite and main bathroom downstairs.
77 Wireless Road West
Be your own landlord! Neat and tidy unit in a small group of three with bonus private courtyard, in a great location – inspect, invest, rest!
3 2 3 2 2 1 2 2 3 4 4 3 3 4 4 4 4 3
A perfect home for an investor or first home buyer. A well maintained property in a good location, close to schools, shops, sports grounds and hospital.
RENTALS 7 Orr Street 2/69 Bay Road 10 Cardinia Street 11 Jeffries Street, Port MacDonnell 2/21 Underwood Ave 45B (Unit) Sassanowsky Rd, Suttontown 1/4 Hartley Street 3/4 Hartley Street 46 Commercial Street West 75 Meylin Street, Port MacDonnell 24 Heriot Street 28 King Grove 27 Landscape Lane, OB Flat 5 Bond Street 3 Cottage Grove 100 Wehl Street South 11 Redwood Avenue 45 Sassanowsky Road, Suttontown
DJ INTERIORS - 37 Commercial Street West
A Mount Gambier Icon is for sale! Solid family business for over 60 years no special occasion is ever complete without a gift purchased and wrapped from DJ’s. The stunning premises are located in the heart of the city centre. Previous inductee into the Business Hall of Fame. Contact Paul Chuck 0409541113 (In conjunction with Miller, Whan and John.)
Units 1, 2 & 3/8C Helen Street
$695,000 AS A WHOLE 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.
Lovely brick and tile unit in a quiet group of three ideal for the first home buyer or investor – close to all amenities.
9 Ibis Street
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) industrial quality workman’s shed fully powered and designed with sliding doors for easy access for the larger toys!
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7 Orr Street
Avail 31/5/18 3 1 1 $170 pw • 3 good size bedrooms • Eat-in kitchen with electric cooking • Lounge with gas heating • Double length carport under main roof • Large undercover entertaining area • Fully enclosed rear yard • Pets neg
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2/69 Bay Road
Avail 11/6/18 2 1 1 $175 pw • 2 bedrooms with built-in robes • Lounge • Combined kitchen & dine area • Reverse cycle heating & cooling • Sunroom • Single carport under main roof • Fully enclosed rear yard • No pets
75 Meylin Street, Port MacDonnell
Avail 1/6/18 4 1 2 $250 pw • 4 good size Bedrooms • Formal lounge with gas log fire • Huge family room with timber floors • New slow combustion heater • Double colourbond garage • Short term lease available • Close to sea and centrally located
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4 Rose Street
$85,000 A rare find vacant block in established area. Cul-de-sac location & generous size of over 820m2 with 22m wide frontage. Double galvanised garage included. Call your builder!
136 Jubilee Highway East
1 Shaughnessy Court
A beautifully maintained, solid constructed home. Oozing that homely feel and big on shedding, enclosed undercover pergola area and ample off street parking. Ideal for the Retiree, the perfect lock up and leave property!
6 Lui Avenue
Lot 102 Hillview Lane – McKay Road Compton
a 5400m2 appox
Fantastic country setting, quality location and only minutes to Tenison Woods College and city centre. Build your dream home and live that country dream. Power, water and telephone to allotment.
14 Shadylyn Close
226 Glencoe Road Glencoe
Lovely affordable home on 2067m2 (approx.) two titles, country living with restful westerly outlook, bore and rainwater, fantastic community to raise a family!
4 Jacaranda Court
18 Davison Street
Beautifully upgraded property, with fresh neutral décor throughout, fantastic backyard approximately 739m2 – the ideal first home or investment, will impress the fussiest of buyers. Be quick and book your inspection.
8 Bell Street, Port MacDonnell
Fantastic first home or one for the investor, immaculate inside and out, upgraded stylish kitchen, feature timber floors, good shedding, private back yard, 820m2 allotment (approx)
Beautifully positioned overlooking parklands. 3 spacious bedrooms, large open plan kitchen/living/dining. Spacious ensuite and walk in robe. Handy 5mx3m utility shed perfect for the boat.
Bengalee Crescent – Stage 4
A tastefully updated homette – perfect for the investor or small family. Low maintenance living & popular location close to parklands, shops & schools.
45 Kurrajong Street
Tightly held location, solid & spacious home with 2 living areas and fantastic outdoor entertaining + extra shedding. This home offers all a family desires.
Lot 13 McCormick Road OB Flat
AUCTION 31ST MAY 2018 AT 11AM ON THE PROPERTY. This fantastic bayside beauty will tick all of your boxes, spacious & special – Great corner allotment, large undercover entertaining area, good shedding.
Lot 218 Collins Street, Suttontown
SOLD $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! Lot 50 $120,000, Lot 51 SOLD, Lot 52 $130,000, Lot 53 $135,000, Lot 54 $120,000, Lot 55 $115,000, Lot 56 $115,000, Lot 57 $115,000, Lot 58 $115,000, Lot 85 $135,000, Lot 86 $128,000, Lot 87 $128,000, Lot 88 $128,000, Lot 89 $130,000
LOT 36 Stella Drive
21 Sinclair 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.
30 Laffer Street Nangwarry
Fantastic acreage allotment measuring 5,000m2 (approx) electricity and water both connected plus post & wire fencing. Well positioned south of the city.
7 Venice Court
Stage 2 “Collins Street”. An allotment in a truly exciting subdivision. Sewer, power, Telstra and water available.
8/151 Commercial Street West
Great start to build your dream, fully serviced, quiet cul de sac location, close to schools, shopping and reserves. Only 2 blocks left- be quick!
RENTALS 27 Landscape Lane, OB Flat
The search is over! Priced to sell and boasting 4 bedrooms and solid construction. A well maintained home which offers all a growing family requires. Be quick for this one!
This beautifully maintained home has nothing for you to do but move in and enjoy. It will tick all the boxes and then some! – phone for your inspection ASAP!
A generous size home located in a quiet cul-de-sac. All the necessities the modern family requires. Spacious living areas, outdoor entertaining & rear yard access.
Double storey townhouse situated in the classy Vansittart Court complex – everything on your doorstep – inspect asap!
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3B Mitchell Street
1 & 2/2 James Street
• Harrold St • 1/2 James Street • 2/2 James Street • 10 Bay Road • 20 Sturt Street
Avail 1/8/18 3 1 1 $280 pw • 3 bedrooms, main with BIR • Lounge with r/c air con & open fire place • Near new country style kitch/dine area with elec cooking & d/washer with sliding door out to patio • Detached 4th bedroom • Detached outside toilet • No pets
Avail 28/5/18 4 2 3 $475 pw • 4 bedrooms, all w/WIR’s • Main with ensuite & bath • Study with BI desk • Kitch/family/dine with stone bench tops, d/washer, gas & elec cooking • Ducted elec heating/ cooingl • Double garage UMR, plus detached garage • No pets • Stunning executive residence overlooking park • Quality modern interior • No Pets
• 2 & 3/193 Commercial Street West • 23-25 Commercial Street West
• 3A Mitchell Street
• Approx. 54 metres square • Large open flexible floor plan • Front and rear access to building • Separate kitchenette with gas hot water service • Rear parking area • Store Room • POA
• 53 Commercial Street East • 3B Mitchell Street
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1/2 James Street • Ideal for retail or office space • Approx. 185.52 m2 • Reception area • Office • Staff Room • Fantastic location 2/2 James Street • Ideal for retail or office space • Approx 98.16m2 • Polished floorboards throughout • 2 double access doors • Great window space
15 REDWOOD AVE, MT GAMBIER
127 SISTERS ROAD MOUNT SCHANK SA
470 ATTAMURRA RD, WORROLONG
11.00 - 11.30AM
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DAMIAN VENN 0438 904 771
84 BERTHA ST, MT GAMBIER
2 RONALD GR, MT GAMBIER
9.00 - 9.30AM
9.40 - 10.10AM
THURSDAY MAY 24TH, 11AM TO BE HELD AT ‘THE BARN’ To be offered in 3 separate lots. Land holding of 440 acres on 4 separate titles. Highly productive volcanic soils. Each Lot equipped with bore and pump for stock water. Timber and steel cattle yards with crush and loading ramp. Well fenced with Barb and plain wire throughout. Strong fertiliser history with renovated pastures. 3 bedroom Mount Gambier stone home. Machinery, workshop, hay and implement shedding. Lot 1 – ‘Davis’s & Ruffies’ 205 acres. Lot 2 – ‘Howes’ 110 acres. Lot 3 – ‘Home Block’ 125 acres
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DAMIAN VENN 0438 904 771
20 SUNSET DR, MT GAMBIER
52 PARKLANDS TCE, BEACHPORT
DAMIAN VENN 0438 904 771
$259,000 WEEKEND RETREAT
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DAMIAN VENN 0438 904 771
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10 ARAMANTA DR, MT GAMBIER
11.40 - 12.10AM
10.20 - 10.50AM
DAMIAN VENN 0438 904 771
3 RYAN AVE, MT GAMBIER
DAMIAN VENN 0438 904 771
448 WEPAR ROAD, WEPAR
10 LILA CRES, NENE VALLEY
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“Mortgagee in Possession” - Solid stone Maisonette Main bedroom with Walk-in robe Polished timber floors t/out Lounge with slow combustion wood fire & reverse cycle Dine-in kitchen with gas stove Bathroom with corner vanity and shower over the bath Separate Toilet and adjoining toilet Instant Gas HWS Enclosed rear yard with concreted floor garden shed, wood shed, small rainwater tank
KERRY SMITH 0419 803 836
BRETT EXELBY 0458 548 756
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208 PELICAN POINT RD, PELICAN POINT PR ICE
BRETT EXELBY 0458 548 756
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.
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AT A GLANCE
A CLASSICAL MUSIC TREAT It is always a treat when the Melbourne Chamber Orchestra performs in a regional centre and the 2018 performance from the MCO will be no exception with the works of Kraus, Mozart and Haydn set to grace the Portland Arts Centre stage. Pianist Anna Goldsworthy also joins the orchestra with two rarely performed works Mozart’s 6th concerto, written at age 20, and Haydn’s D Major concerto. The celebration of the Classical era of music is on June 14 so book now to avoid disappointment.
HUGE COUP FOR MOUNT GAMBIER LIBRARY Straight from her Europe tour, the Mount Gambier Library is super excited to present In Conversation with Heather Morris, author of The Tattooist of Auschwitz. Tickets are now on sale for the June 20 event and if the response to the save the date is anything to go by you will need to be quick to book your place for just $6 by dropping into the library or calling (08)8721 2540 as this is expected to sell out fast. The Tattooist of Auschwitz is based on the true story of Lale and Gita Sokolov, Slovakian Jews who survived Auschwitz and eventually made their home in Australia. In that terrible place, Lale was given the job of tattooing the prisoners marked for survival—literally scratching numbers into his fellow victims’ arms in indelible ink to create what would become one of the most potent symbols of the Holocaust. It is also a story of hope, courage and almost unbelievably—a love story. Waiting in line to be tattooed, terrified and shaking, was a young girl. For Lale it was love at first sight, and he determined not only to survive himself but to ensure that Gita did, too. When Gita died, Lale felt he could no longer carry the burden of their past alone and chose to tell his story. Heather will share the process of being charged with telling this truly remakable story.
STAR SONGSTRESS SET TO PERFORM IN MOUNT GAMBIER Home is the title of Greta’s forthcoming national concert tour and new album which was released last month. A personal tribute to where the heart is, Home features songs and arias that for Greta encapsulate the essence of family, friends, and precious moments and memories of times and places, present and past. Many if not all of these songs have been repeatedly requested by Greta’s beloved audience members, in letters, cards, and countless postconcert conversations. She cannot wait to share this journey “home” with you. Greta will grace Mount Gambier’s Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre stage on June 24 so contact the box office to secure your place. Stunning soprano Greta Bradman is one of Australasia’s most celebrated operatic and concert artists. Recent performance highlights include Mimi (La bohème) for Opera Australia, Lisa (La sonnambula) for Victorian Opera and the title roles in Theodora (Canberra) and Rodelinda (Melbourne).
ENTRIES CLOSING SOON FOR ART AWARDS The South East Art Society’s annual Open Art Awards are on again with entries closing on May 21. The award exhibition will run from June 1 - June 27, and for the first time in living memory will be hosted by the Millicent Art Gallery. The opening of the awards and announcement of prize winners is from 6.30pm on June 1. Entry forms are available by emailing email@example.com or phoning 0458 870 111. The art awards cover 2D, 3D, photography, primary and secondary school students and a people’s choice award. The exhibition is always well patronised, given the diversity of the works provided by artists from across the region.
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COLLECTED STUPIDITY - DOGGONE IT... By ROBBIE TANSEL For those who are interested, I still have a green mechanical pencil that I’m looking to swap. I’m happy to take
almost anything that I deem as a little more of value than my mechanical pencil. If you have something you’re
looking to get rid of, and you think you could do with a mechanical pencil, send me an email. Maybe you don’t even want the mechanical pencil, but you know someone you’d like to give it to. Speaking of things I want to swap, I thought you may enjoy an update on my dog Taserface. For those who missed my first article about the canine, Donna and Shaquille guilted me into purchasing the little mutt. My
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reservations have so far proved quite accurate. To be honest Taserface has improved significantly…in his ability to destroy things. Taserface continues to poo regularly, and insists on doing it all over my back lawn. If I did that it would be considered completely anti-social and I’d be expected to clean it up myself. In this case we’re expected to walk around
behind him picking it up with a shovel. Taserface has been reluctant to make a genuine effort at toilet training, on top of all that. As if his poo isn’t bad enough, his wee seems to kill my grass! He’s like a four-legged mobile tub of Weed and Feed. If we could train him to pee on weeds, instead of wherever he happens to be standing, he might actually come in useful. The list of things he has destroyed continues to grow. He digs holes everywhere. He gave up on that when he discovered pop up sprinkler systems in our yard. It’s so much more satisfying digging for a reason, like pulling metres of pipe out of the ground. He decided pulling clothes off the clothes line was fun. He then decided that it was even more fun to run away from us when we tried to retrieve the clothing item. We can no longer hang washing on the line. He decided that he would start chewing at our window screens. You can imagine how long that lasted. Until he’d shredded the screens. He has removed half the garden, including limbs off trees. He particularly enjoyed removing fruit off of trees and kicking it around the yard. Which attracted European wasps. He destroyed the bed we lovingly bought for him. When we didn’t provide him a nice new comfy bed to destroy, he started chewing pieces off of his doghouse. We won’t talk about the dirty little doggy paw prints on all of our windows, doors, and any other surface he can get them on. We take him to dog obedience each week where he consistently embarrasses us. He doesn’t seem to have learnt anything. He refuses to follow the most basic of instructions. I spend half of the session getting told off. I keep thinking, “It’s not my fault; he’s the one who’s not listening and refuses to follow instructions!” Can dogs catch ADHD? One of the things that irritates me most about Taserface is that false claims have been made about what our relationship would be like. He is not my best friend. I would describe it as being more like the annoying friend who rocks up at your house uninvited and doesn’t even do the decent thing of bringing some cake. Instead he craps on your lawn. Actually that does sound like my best friend. Forget I said that. Seriously I need to get rid of the mechanical pencil though. It’s really stressing me out. I may even throw in a free dog. If you want a beautiful green mechanical pencil, or a disobedient feral dog, email me at robbietansel@ gmail.com
AT A GLANCE
FLU VACCINE REMINDER Glenelg Shire residents are being urged to protect themselves against the flu this winter by getting their annual flu vaccination. More than 48,000 confirmed cases of influenza were reported last year, placing a record demand on the State’s hospitals and health system, with many local services affected. Glenelg Shire environmental health officer Aaron Kennett said community members should not underestimate the severity of the flu, particularly those most vulnerable. “The flu isn’t like the common cold, it can hit quickly and last for a few weeks, meaning time off work or school and staying away from family and friends,” he said. “Given the severity of last year’s flu season, the 2018 campaign message is simple - you never forget the flu, so don’t forget your flu shot. Visit your local GP or chemist today to receive your flu shot.” All Victorians over 65, children aged six months to under five years, pregnant women, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people 15 years and over and anyone with a chronic condition or weakened immune system are all eligible for a free flu vaccine. Glenelg Shire Council will be offering free flu vaccine clinics for children aged six months and under five years across the shire at the following locations: Heywood • Glenelg Shire Council Offices Thursday 17 May 2-4pm Portland • Portland Child and Family Complex Wednesday 23 May 1–5pm Thursday 24 May 1–3.30pm Casterton • Kathleen Millikan Centre Thursday 31 May 2– 4pm Thursday 7 June 1– 4pm
POPULAR COMEDY ROADSHOW HITS SOUTH WEST VICTORIA It is Australia’s largest comedy festival and it is now getting ready to hit the road and share the laughs with regional Australia. The Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow is set for gigs in Warrnambool, Hamilton and Heywood. The Warrnambool show is on May24, followed by Hamilton on May 25 and Heywood, May 27. The 2018 line-up in all three venues will be emceed by Daniel Connell, with Dilruk Jayasinha (pictured above); Nath Valvo; Nikki Britton and Rhys Nicholson (pictured below) on the stand up bill.
PHOTOGRAPHIC COMPETITION CALLING FOR ENTRIES The Wattle Range Council Photographic Competition and Exhibition is officially underway for 2018 with nominations now open for the prestigious competition. There are nine categories for photographers to consider - Business & Industry, People and or Portrait, Black & White, Sport & Leisure, Landscape, Nature, Panoramic, Lake McIntyre & the Youth Award. The competition is all about capturing the People, Places, Product & Performance of the Wattle Range area. Selected entries then make up the images in the 2019 Wattle Range calendar. The opening of the exhibition and announcement of winners takes place at the Millicent Gallery on June 29 at 6.30pm. The photographs remain on display until July 31 with the calendar published in November this year. Entries close on June 19. There is also a category for first time entrants and a Mayoral Award, which is awarded to a locally based photographer.
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Bookings are essential and can be made by contacting Children’s Services Administration on (03)5522 2211 or email childrenservicesenquiry@glenelg. vic.gov.au. For more information on the flu and flu vaccinations please visit the Better Health website at www.betterhealth.vic. gov.au/flu. Above - Environmental Health Officer Aaron Kennett and Pharmacist Beshoy Ezak from Guardian Pharmacy Portland are encouraging community members to get flu vaccinations.
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ELDERS FINANCIAL SERVICES CONTINUE TO STRENGTHEN SERVICES WITH NEW STARTER Elders Mount Gambier is welcoming their newest team member, Agri Finance Manager Darrel Soderlund, who will assist in supporting local clients
with their banking needs. The addition comes as a part of Elders Financial Services’ move to provider greater coverage across Australia offering
products from distribution partner, Rural Bank. Darrel will bring a wealth of local experience to the role after 4½ years in a business banking role, based in Mount Gambier. He comes from a financial services background, previously working within Agri Finance industry and having on farm experience whilst studying at the University of New England. Branch Manager Brett Exelby says that Darrel will bring excellent local market knowledge and will add to the branch’s aim for best quality service across a wide scope of farming needs. “Darrel is a highly regarded Agri Finance Manager whose expertise in banking and farming will help us to offer a fully comprehensive service to our clients throughout the Limestone Coast and Western Districts,” says Brett Exelby. Of his new role, Darrel says that he is looking forward to joining the team and helping to deliver strong agri finance support in the area. “I’m really looking forward to being immersed in the wider Elders network and being a part of the hard working culture in the Mount Gambier, Millicent and Naracoorte
branches,” says Mr Soderlund. “Elders Financial Services has a strong value proposition that I’m excited to be a part of, with local farming knowledge combined with quality products through the distribution relationships with Rural Bank and StockCo.” Above - New Elders Mount Gambier Agri Finance Manager Darrel Soderlund.
TEMPT THE TASTEBUDS Apple & raspberry scrolls 2 pink lady apples, halved, cored, thinly sliced 2 tablespoons caster sugar 2 teaspoons lemon juice 3 sheets frozen puff pastry, partially thawed 1/2 cup raspberry jam 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon 20g butter, melted
1 tablespoon icing sugar 300ml thickened cream, whipped, to serve
Method Place apple, sugar, juice and 1/3 cup water in a saucepan over medium heat. Cook, stirring occasionally, for 5 minutes or until apple is just tender. Using a slotted spoon, transfer apple to a bowl. Set aside for 5 minutes to cool. Preheat oven to 180C/160C fan-forced. Grease a 12-hole (1/3-cup-capacity) muffin pan. Cut each sheet of pastry into 4 equal strips. Place 1 strip of pastry on a flat surface, with 1 long edge closest to you. Spread with 2 teaspoons jam. Sprinkle with a little of the cinnamon. Arrange a few apple slices, skin-edge up, overlapping slightly, with tops of apple overhanging at top edge of pastry. Fold bottom edge of pastry over the apple, leaving the tops exposed. Working from 1 short edge, roll up pastry to form a scroll. Place, apple-side up, into hole of prepared pan. Repeat with remaining pastry strips, jam, cinnamon and apple slices.
SALEYARDS GET TICK OF APPROVAL The Casterton Saleyards has retained its status as one of the region’s premier selling facilities following a glowing audit report. The results of a recent National Saleyard Quality Assurance Audit (NSQA) have shown that the saleyards have exceeded in all areas of operation, including quality, stock handling, security and occupational health and safety. Casterton Saleyards operations manager Jason Gorman said the report would bring further confidence for South West farmers utilising the facilities. “Whilst over 100 facilities participate in the NSQA program, Casterton is one of just 48 facilities across Australia that has attained full accreditation,” he said. “The audit report highlighted our ongoing commitment to continuous improvement and the effectiveness of the quality management system we currently have in place. Sellers and buyers across the south west should be assured by the findings of this audit that Casterton is one of the top accredited selling facilities across the region.” Mr Gorman also noted the saleyard’s competitive pricing, with selling fees up to 38 per cent lower than nearby competitors. “Not only is Casterton fully accredited and compliant, our fees are also much lower than neighbouring yards, meaning sellers and buyers can access the very best facilities at the most affordable rate,” he said. “The cost of selling cattle at Warrnambool or Mt Gambier Saleyards is almost $5 more per head more than at Casterton, which can equate to quite a significant difference in selling fees. For farmers looking to secure a more competitive price for selling their livestock, the Casterton Saleyards is an obvious choice.” The next scheduled sale is June 22, providing a final chance to sell or buy for this financial year. For further information on the Casterton Saleyards please visit http://www.glenelg.vic.gov. au/Casterton_Livestock_Saleyards. MIGRANT STORY TO BE UNVEILED AT MOUNT GAMBIER LIBRARY Did you know that 1 in 20 Australians are related to or descended from someone who went through the Bonegilla Migrant Camp? Join Victoria Purman as she launches The Last of the Bonegilla Girls, a story that was inspired by Victoria’s grandparents and the journey they made to Australia from Europe in 1954 with five kids in tow. Victoria will be at the Mount Gambier Library on May 16 at 7pm. This is a free community event but if you could still book your place on (08) 8721 2540 for catering purposes.
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VOLUNTEERS TO BE HONOURED AT MORNING TEA The District Council of Grant is hosting its annual Volunteers’ Morning Tea at the Port MacDonnell Community Complex on Thursday, May 24, at 10.30am. The event is in recognition of the valuable contribution volunteers make to our community and coincides with National Volunteers’ Week. There is a wide section of community volunteers involved in around 140 organisations throughout the district including those involved in sporting, charity, youth, environmental, education, emergency services, history, art, seniors or progress committees. Volunteers from any of these district organisations are invited to attend. “It is always great to have so many volunteers from different groups and townships mixing at one celebration,” Mayor Richard Sage said, “The morning tea is a way to show appreciation to the wonderful volunteers who help provide much needed services and support to the District Council of Grant community.“ Council’s ‘Youth on Wheels’ program is a positive example of local government and volunteers working together to increase support and services for the local community. The program’s volunteers assist disadvantaged young people in the region to gain their provisional driver’s licence by supervising them in a special fitted car while they complete the
required hours of practice before applying for a provisional licence. Volunteers have contributed more than 1830 hours over the past few years, and council is always looking for new volunteers to join the program to match the demand. Mayor Sage said he was very proud to live in a community that cares about each
other and is not afraid to contribute their time and experience to get things done. “And that is what makes our district such a great place to live,” he said. For further information or to RSVP to assist with catering requirements, please contact the Port MacDonnell Community Complex on (08)8738 3000. Above - Port MacDonnell Community Emergency Response Team with Mayor Sage and John Shepherd AM accepting their 2018 Australia Day Award
NATIONAL VOLUNTEER CONFERENCE NEXT MONTH The National Volunteering Conference 2018 will be held in Sydney from June 20-22, and aims to ‘ignite, invigorate and inspire’ delegates from across Australia to address challenges facing the volunteering sector and identify opportunities for progress. Visit the Conference website to view the program and register now: nvc2018. com.au/register If you have any questions phone (02)6281 6624 or email email@example.com The conference is a great networking opportunity and a place to pick up some super ideas for increaing volunteering in your community. lifestyle1.net | 26
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VOLUNTEERS ARE ESSENTIAL IN REGIONAL COMMUNITIEIS Limestone Coast Volunteer Services will join thousands of organisations around the nation who will be celebrating volunteering during National Volunteer Week (21 – 27 May). This year’s campaign theme -Give a little- Change a lot - recognises that even a little piece of someone’s time can make a huge change in another’s life. The 2016 census found that 932 million hours were volunteered per year by six million people with the rates of volunteering highest in the 45- 54 year age group with almost 680,000 people. The common perception that volunteers are over 75, retired and free agents is true in some organisations but not the general rule. There are increasing numbers of younger people choosing to do volunteering but you will find them in the area of conservation, environmental, tourism or sport and recreation. Limestone Coast Volunteer Services recognises the valuable contribution that all the volunteers serving in the Limestone Coast provide and realizes that many of these services could not exist without volunteers. The role of the Limestone Coast Volunteer Services is also to educate the community about the role volunteers play in society, provide training and advocacy, assist organisations with developing their volunteer programs and provide support where needed. For more information about volunteering in your area contact Jan Bittner (08)8760 1100.
Do you enjoy spending time talking with the elderly? Do you have a spare hour once a fortnight? Then becoming a volunteer with the Community Visitors Scheme may be worth considering. Their volunteers range from the young to retired adults, male or female including
mums visiting with young children. The Community Visitors Scheme recruits volunteers to visit a resident of an Aged Care Facility or a client still living in their home on a home care package, who has limited family and social contact. This is a free service to the resident or client. The aim of this scheme is to improve the quality of life of residents/clients by providing these regular one on one visits which go on to form rewarding friendships. As a volunteer you are required to visit at least once a fortnight for about an hour and can include chatting, reading, sharing interests, garden walks and other activities depending on the resident’s mobility. The volunteers are supported by the coordinator through information sessions, monthly coffee get together’s with other volunteers and some travel reimbursement. This CVS has been operating in the South East including Mount Gambier, Millicent, Penola, Naracoorte and Bordertown for 27 years. For more information on becoming a CVS volunteer or if you know of someone living in residential or the community that would benefit from a Community Visitor, please call Lisa Sanders on 0417 592 543.
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COMMUNITY FORUM PROVIDING UPDATE ON ICE ISSUE The Substance Misuse Limestone Coast is holding a community information forum to keep the community updated on the illicit drug ice. Sponsored by the Rotary Clubs of Mount Gambier West. Mount Gambier and Bordertown, The Ice Update, will be held on May 21 at 7pm at Mount Gambier’s Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre. It is a free event with no bookings necessary. A panel of experts, including representatives from the South Australian Police Force will be on hand to disseminate the latest information and what this community is doing to respond to the ice problem.
CASTERTON CUP THIS WEEKEND Experience the Casterton Cup at the Casterton Racing Club this Sunday and get ready for a great day of country racing. Casterton Racing Club is one of Victoria’s premier horse racing tracks and offers the excitement of live steeple hedge racing. There’s free kids activities, Fashions on the Field and live entertainment on course to backdrop an incredible day of racing. There is plenty of outside grandstand seating, or maybe a marquee, that can also include catering. There is also free parking. Gates open at 11am and things wind up around 5pm.
CUSTOMER SERVICE IN FOCUS TAFE SA is holding a Town Ambassador Program workshop on Wednesday, June 6, from 6.30pm to 9.30pm at the Visitor Information Centre, MacDonnell Street, Naracoorte. The Town Ambassador Program brings together individuals who are proud of their region and customer service focused. The workshop is designed to provide your customers with a positive experience when engaging with your business or organisation and to encourage visitors to stay another day. Fee is $20 per person. For more information and to apply contact Julie-Ann Thompson email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone (08)8735 1555
FREE FLU VACCINES ON OFFER Children aged between six months and five years are eligible for free flu shots from May, under a $3.5 million Victorian Government plan to fight the illness. Last year about 4000 children under five were diagnosed with influenza in Victoria — compared to only 871 in 2016. Southern Grampians Shire is encouraging all parents of children aged between six months and five years
to ensure they take advantage of these free vaccines. Parents are advised that children who have not received a flu vaccination previously will need book two appointments (one in May and one in July) to ensure the child has two shots, each given one month apart. Children who received the flu shot last year will only need a booster shot which can be given at both the May and July sessions. The dates and times for children’s flu vaccinations in Southern Grampians Shire are as follows: • Tuesday 22 May 10am – 12pm • Thursday 24 May 2pm – 4pm • Monday 2 July 10am – 12pm • Tuesday 3 July 2pm – 4pm The Sessions will be held in the Ted Kenna Room at the Hamilton Performing Arts Centre. Bookings are essential and can be made by contacting Kristie McCabe at Maternal and Child Health on (03)5551 8579.
GOVERNMENT SERVICES IN THE SPOTLIGHT The Australian Government’s Mobile Service Centre will be in the Wattle Range area this month, assisting residents with any Centrelink, Medicare, Taxation and Child Support needs. • Tuesday, May 22 - 1-4pm - Beachport near the Beachport Visitor Information Centre • Wednesday, May 23 - 9am-4pm - Millicent in the Civic & Arts Centre Carpark For more information you can visit www.humanservices.gov.au/mobileoffice or call 132 316. lifestyle1.net | 28
LOCAL GALLERY JOINS FESTIVAL CELEBRATIONS Gallery 54 always plays an active role in the Penola Coonawarra Arts Festival and the 2018 festival is no exception. The gallery’s members have put together an exhibition, titled Inside:Outside, which will include sculpture, painting, printmaking, jewellery, textiles and pottery, all on display at the 43 Church Street, Penola, space. The exhibition runs from Thursday, May 17, until June 30. The exhibiting artists include Dagny Strand, Ann Carpenter, Anne Miles, Kate Czaban, Jean McArthur, Kaye Riley, Kingsley Marks, Diana Wiseman, Jo Fife, Chris Pudney and Bruce Kennewell. As part of the festival program, the gallery will also host the Poet MJ from 1.30pm on Saturday, May 19, with guitarist Mike Walsh providing entertainment on Sunday, May 20, from 11am-4pm. The Gallery 54 courtyard will also host a weaving wall all weekend during the festival, allowing members of the public to take part in weaving. Gallery 54 is open from 10am-4pm, Thursday to Monday, every week, including the festival.
ART SALE DOUBLES AS SCHOOL FUNDRAISER Update your own collection for a bargain or clear out those paintings you no longer display in your home at the Portland Pre-Loved Art Sale on May 18 & 19, at the Portland Business Hub. Contact Rotary Club Portland Bay Inc regarding donations or selling of artwork on commission. Funds from ticket sales and sales commissions will be going to support the Portland Bay School Redevelopment. Renowned local artist Carmel Wallace, who embraces sculpture, photography and printmaking. is the guest speaker on the Friday night. Finger food and drinks available at bar prices. SALE OPENING HOURS Friday, May 18 - From 7.30pm Saturday, May 19 - May 10am-2pm
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A GRADE Saints 53 (A. Patzel, R. Christian) d Amazons 16 (B. Young, G. Verrall); Zodiacs 50 (C. Poel, L. Lovekin) d Lakes 34 (M. Telford, S. Vanderheyden); Hobitz 69 (K. Stewart, J. Gower) d Vicis 44 (G. Gogel, M. Richardson); Intruders 70 (T. Moreland, K. Biszko) d Nomads 16 (K. Lindner, S. Buchanan) A2 GRADE Saints 50 (S. Primmer, C. Cook) d Vicis 29 (E. Lawson, T. Earle); Amazons 57 (K. Bannister, R. Gregory) d Hobitz 48 (C. Sneddon, E. Mansell); Intruders 52 (T. pettingill, B. Bonney) d Zodiacs 23 (J. Stafford, S. Harfull) B1 GRADE Zodiacs Blue 39 (K. Howard, M. McKenny) d Nomads 38 (M. Long, L. Long); Intruders Orange 64 (A. Koch, S. Monkley) d Hobitz 19 (P. MacLeod, K. Humphries); Saints 34 (C. Lock, D. Hicks) d Intruders Black 26 (D. Bradbury, K. Lock) B2 GRADE Vicis 48 (I/ Freke, K. O'Donohoe) d Nomads 45 (S. Gilbert, K. Doyle); Amazons 48 (A. Pearce, B. Howley) d Intruders Orange 38 (C. Day, A. Anderson); Intruders Black 53 (I. Goldsmith, A. Mashford) d Lakes 31 (N. Couzner, L. McCarthy) C GRADE Intruders Black 44 (B. Spencer, B. Farrelly) d Amazons 20 (J. Bowd, V. Hay); Nomads 37 (A. French, C. Edwards) d Zodiacs 24 (M. Stutley, N. Bowditch)
teams as they hammered away at each other throughout the second half, trying to find a weakness. None was to be found as Andrea Thomas confidently repelled Wests attacks from the Portland fullback position while Georgia Mustey stood up when it mattered as the West goalkeeper. As time ran down an accidental head knock to West's Leanne Ballintyne saw the time play out without play restarting. Both teams will look forward to their next opportunity to gain the ascendency. Best Players: West - Nina Paton, Leanne Ballintyne, Paige Clark. Portland - Abby Smith, Andrea Thomas, Casey Eichler. Goals: West - Bronwyn Nicholson. Portland - Jenna-May Bristow.
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Division 2 Women West 1 drew with Portland 1 Top of the table West travelled to Portland to face the second place team with top spot up for grabs. In the early stages Portland was more comfortable on their home grass fields but with Steph Ward marshalling the strong West defence Portland were unable to penetrate deep into their attacking half. West counter attacked strongly when their opportunities arose and they were able to grab the lead when Bronwyn Nicholson scored from close range. West was able to hold that lead for a short time only as Portland fought back strongly to level the scores through Jenna-May Bristow. The game progressed in a fitting manner for the top two lifestyle1.net | 31
RESULTS Division 1 Men Redbacks 2 def Strikers 1; Tigers 5 def Cavaliers 0 Division 1 Women West 5 def Tigers 0; Redbacks (D1) 2 def Redbacks (D2) 1 Division 2 Men West 1 drew with Portland 1 Division 2 Women West 1 drew with Portland 1; Cavaliers 1 drew with Tigers 1 Division 3 Men Portland 2 def West 0; Tigers 5 def Cavaliers 0 Division 3 Women Redbacks 1 def Strikers 0; Cavaliers 1 def Tigers 0 U15 Boys West 1 def Portland 0 U15 Girls West 2 def Portland 1 U12 Girls West 2 def Portland 0 Above left (top) - As Portlands Abby Smith heads forwards Nina Paton tackles to halt her progress. Above left (inset) - West's Leanne Ballintyne was in sparkling form before an accidental knock to her head ended the division two women's match.
TV VIEWING HIGHLIGHTS This week:
ROYAL WEDDING: PRINCE HARRY & MEGHAN MARKLE Saturday May 19th from 7.30pm on ABC TV
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14. Mile Jedinak is the captain of which national sporting team? 15. Oscar and Lucinda is a Booker Prize winning novel by which Australian author? 16. The Oscar winning Carly Simon song Let The River Run was from which 1988 movie? 17. Which boy band launched Robbie Williams’ career? 18. Which three colours make up the Irish flag? 19. Raging 100m men’s sprint favourite Yohan Blake finished in what position in the Commonwealth Games final this year? 20. Millicent netball star Donna Denton celebrated what game milestone at the weekend?
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1. In which Australian town was former Prime Minister Bob Hawke born? 2. Who served as Vice President during Barack Obama’s two terms? 3. What is the capital of Switzerland? 4. Who voices Dory in the animated movie franchise Finding Nemo? 5. In 2015, who took over as host of The Late Late Show from Craig Ferguson? 6. Born in February, what is the name of Kylie Jenner’s daughter? 7. In which Australian State is the town of Mandurah? 8. How old will Kylie Minogue turn on May 28 this year? 9. Which legume is the basis of hoummus? 10. What is a group of elephants called? 11. In which country was Prince Phillip, the Duke of Edinburgh, born? 12. Who is Australia’s longest serving treasurer? 13. In which fictional suburb is the Aussie TV soap Neighbours set?
ANSWERS •1. Bordertown; 2. Joe Biden; 3. Bern; 4. Ellen DeGeneres; 5. James Corden; 6. Stormi; 7. Western Australia; 8. 50; 9. Chickpeas; 10. Herd (or parade); 11. Greece; 12. Peter Costello; 13. Erinsborough; 14. Socceroos; 15. Peter Carey; 16. Working Girl; 17. Take That; 18. Orange, white & green; 19. Third; 20. 400
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ROOS SECURE RARE WIN OVER TIGERS
Missing key defender Morgan Amy for much of the contest, East Gambier ran with veteran defender Jacitna Clark and for her three quarters, she did challenge the 400 game milestone star Donna Denton. Denton was still influential and one of Millicent’s best in the 22 goal win over East Gambier but Clark’s pace and vertical leap allowed her to deny Denton easy ball. Demi Verbena was again outstanding, while the pace of Madi Turner (bottom right) through the middle, and her defensive efforts, as well as the consistency of Lisa Duldig, who was particularly damaging in the first half, ensured Millicent had plenty of scoring opportunities. At the other end, Kimmi Varcoe (top right) contested everything and came away with a number of critical interceptions. East’s co-coaches Tarsh McCallum and Bo Creek, certainly triwd hard to keep their team in the contest and when Tenille Gray found space she was her usual damaging self. Sara Smith continues to make her mark on the wing and was always safe in her delivery but in the end the Saints had too much firepower. In the other clash, Caroline Davey was again influential in the shooting circle as North defeated West.
In the end, when the scoring shots are 31-14, you would expect the team with the 31 scoring shots to win and after a tight first three quarters that was the case. By three quarter time, North was incredibly sitting on nine goal straight, while a somewhat wasteful West Gambier would have been all too aware they had left the door open, despite enjoying a four goal three quarter time lead. In the end, though, it was enough, with key talls Steve Wenman and Todd Lewis masterminding the victory with the support of Tom Zeitz, who slotted six majors, and Lawrence BradleyBrown, who won plenty of the ball. Millicent took the points in the other split round clash, with East Gambier struggling to find the goals, sitting at 1.8 at the main break. A nine goal to four second half, punctuated by a ridiculous snap from veteran Matt Duldig from the boundary line in the final quarter, sealed the reigning premiers’ fate and announced the Saints as a genuine contender. Casterton Sandford now sits atop the ladder as the only undefeated team in the A Grade competition. lifestyle1.net | 32
Above - Millicent’s Tom Hutchesson was one of the most influential Saints in their weekend victory. PHOTO COURTESY OF FRANK MONGER
THE CASTEC RURAL SUPPLIES MOUNT GAMBIER PIONEERS DID NOT PLAY THEIR FRIDAY NIGHT HOME GAME AFTER WEATHER CONDITIONS AND THEN MECHANICAL TROUBLE PREVENTED THEIR OPPOSITION FROM FLYING INTO THE BLUE LAKE CITY.
SPORT AT A GLANCE SPORTING SNAPSHOTS This week:
The Mount Gambier Cycling Club’s prestigious 100 Mile Classic is on this Saturday with the State Kermesse Championships on Sunday.
Former Mount Gambier athletes Nyah Allen (left) & Molly Watson have been named in the 17 & Under Australian Netball Squad.
The Port MacDonnell team of Heather Richards, Barb Milstead & Joy Bilney ﬁnished runner-up at the prestigious annual Audrey Hefford 2 Bowl Triples earlier this month.
Emily Close, Keryl Ousey, Malok Makoi & Mitchell Hunter all represented SA Country last month in Geelong. All four athletes received a donation from the Junior Sports Assistance Fund.
Former Limestone Coast athletes Sienna Allen & Maisie Nankivell have been named in the 19 & Under Australian Netball Squad. Sienna (left) has also been named in the national Tall Timbers program.
INDOOR BOWLS PAIRS CHAMPIONSHIPS DECIDED The Mount Gambier District Indoor Bowls Association had a break from its regular Kimberly-Clark pennant rounds, to play its second Association championship event on May 3. The event was the Adrian Pearson Lawn & Garden Care/Marina & Perria Davis Men’s Pairs Championship and the Yahl Indoor Bowls Club/Henry Kerr Memorial Ladies Pairs Championship. With great numbers nominating this year gave plenty of strong competition on the night. In the ladies semi finals, the Commercial Club pair of Beryl Messenger and Gaylene Leggett defeated the Blue Lake Bowlers team of Leonie Wastell and Emma Freemantle 8 shots to 4 and the pair of Lorraine VanDen Hoogen and Keisha Pearson, from Post-Tel, defeated the team from Kongorong, Heather Sims and Betty Allen, 7 shots to 2. The final of the Yahl Indoor Bowls Club/Henry Kerr Memorial Ladies’ Pairs Championship was taken out by the Commercial Club pair of Beryl Messenger and Gaylene Leggett, who defeated Lorraine VanDen Hoogen and Keisha Pearson after fighting back in the second half of the game, 9 shots to 4. The men’s semi finals saw the combined team of Peter Gregory (Yahl) and Tony Bowditch (Glenburnie) defeat the Post-Tel pair of Andrew Simpson and Craig Pearson, 12 shots to 5, while in the other semi final the Commercial Club team of Rod Fleming and Michael Cameron defeated the combined team of Ron Ploenges (RSL & District) and Zac Pearson (Post-Tel), 9 shots to 5. The Yahl and Glenburnie pair, Peter Gregory and Tony Bowditch, defeated the Commercial Club pair of Rod Fleming and Michael Cameron on the last couple of ends, with the scores tight all the way through the game and finally winning 10 shots to 3 to take out the Adrian Pearson Lawn & Garden Care/Marina & Perria Davis Men’s Pairs Championship. The ladies’ consolation saw the PostTel team of Lynda Kember and Fiona Pearson defeat the Blue Lake Bowlers Blue pair of Lyn VanDer Ley and Val Praetz 8 shots to 4. In the men’s consolation final the Blue Lake Bowlers team of Coehen Keppels and Thomas Butler defeated the pair from Glenburnie of Haydn Dow and Simon Davis, 8 shots to 2. Above - Yahl Indoor Bowls Club/Henry Kerr Memorial Ladies Pairs and Adrian Pearson Lawn & Garden Care/Marina & Perria Davis Men’s Pairs Championship Finalists (from left) - Tony Bowditch, Peter Gregory, Lyn VanDer Ley, Michael Cameron, Val Praetz, Lynda Kember, Lorraine VanDen Hoogen, Fiona Pearson, Keisha Pearson, Haydn Dow, Gaylene Leggett, Simon Davis, Thomas Butler, Beryl Messenger & Coehen Keppels
COACHING COURSE ON OFFER FOR THOSE WORKING WITH KIDS Coaching children is one of the most important things we can do in sport. According to the Australian Sports Commission, a sports coach needs to be – among other things – a mentor, teacher, psychologist, physiologist, and confidante. They also need to bring skills such as diplomacy, negotiation, facilitation, organisation, problem solving and motivation. Whether it is a kids’ basketball team or an athlete preparing for the Olympic Games, the primary role of a sports coach is to provide a unique opportunity to make a difference in someone’s life. Which is why the Limestone Coast Local Government Association, through its STARCLUB field officer Tony Elletson, is running free Emotionally Coaching Children Course’s for any coach, club or interested person in the Limestone Coast. Course dates May 21 – West Gambier Football Club – 6pm-9pm May 22 – Naracoorte Town Hall – 6pm9pm For more information or to register for the FREE course, email Tony at starclubse@ lclga.sa.gov.au or call 0400 262 738. lifestyle1.net | 33
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SPLIT ROUND - COMPLETE RESULTS (MAY 5 & 12) A GRADE
Robe 3.5 9.8 13.11 23.13 (151) Tantanoola 3.1 4.3 8.5 10.6 (66) Goals - Robe: C. Pitt, J. Kelly 5; L. Crawford 4; J. Pitt 3; J. Sneath 2; K. Cuthbertson, J. Pettit, Z. Deane, Q. McCallum. Tantanoola: R. Versace 3; G. Ha 2; S. Haniford, C. Saint, A. Roberts, C. Hamilton, M. Roberts. Best - Robe: J. Kelly, J. Wehl, L. Crawford, C. Pitt, Q. McCallum, J. Jarrett. Tantanoola: B. Reilly, J. Williams, S. Haniford, C. Hamilton, Z. Walker, M. Kipping. Mt Burr 4.7 7.11 12.15 20.18 (138) Port MacDonnell 2.1 5.4 5.6 6.10 (46) Goals - Mt Burr: J. Gregory 8; T. Vanderhorst 3; D. Ridley, J. Dowdy 2; S. Hughes, B. Hennink, J. Fiebig, T. Redden, T. Fennell. Pt Mac: J. Primer, N. Wilke 2; H. Stevens, A. McGregor. Best - Mt Burr: T. Renzi, B. Hennink, J. Gregory, J. Wallis, C. Gamble, T. Vanderhorst. Pt Mac: D. McElroy, L. Tilley, J. Primer, N. Driver, B. Newton, F. Lynch. Kongorong 5.5 13.12 21.14 25.25 (175) Nangwarry 3.2 3.2 4.3 5.3 (33) Goals -Kongorong: J. Simkin, J. Mullan, R. Hein 4; J. Wright 3; A. Telford, J. Smith 2; M. Cordy, M. Waters, T. Modra, B. Pannenburg, K. Rothall, R. Franchetto. Nangwarry: B. Dinnison 2; R. Reddan, B. Kelly, B. Deamer. Best - Kongorong: H. Evans, J. Wright, J. Mullan, B. Kranz, A. Telford. Nangwarry: S. Brooksby, B. Kelly, B. Deamer, J. DeJong, S. DeJong, H. Dunn. Kalangadoo 4.4 11.7 17.16 27.19 (181) Glencoe 1.1 1.4 2.6 6.7 (43) Goals - Kalangadoo: L. Larson 6; L. Jones 5; B. Gregory, B. Auld, A. Stone, T. McManus, M. Lowe, B. Lindner 2; S. McManus, B. Mules, M. Krieger, M. Fatchen. Glencoe: M. Kasparian, D. Childs, N. Easterbrook, Z. Cocks, C. Von Duve, B. Hentschke. Best - Kalangadoo: B. Auld, L. Larson, B. Gregory, L. Jones, M. Lowe, N. Reeves. Glencoe: D. Clegget, B. Hentschke, M. Kasparian, C. Von Duve, J. Foster.
Tantanoola 55 (K. Bromley, V. Lucas) d Robe 27 (K. Austin, L. Hawkins); Mt Burr 64 (H. Agnew, A. Guyett) d Port MacDonnell 39 (C. Manning, B. Hawkins); Kongorong 53 (B. McEvoy, S. Loughhead) d Nangwarry 39 (M. Markiewicz, C. Ploenges); Kalangadoo 75 (J. Croser, S. Cunningham) d Glencoe 38 (J. Jones, E. McDiarmid)
PLAYED MAY 5 Casterton Sandford 3.1 9.3 15.3 17.8 (110) South Gambier 2.0 4.3 5.5 6.6 (42) Goals - Casterton Sandford: T. Shannon, C. Currie 5; T. Sullivan 2; C. Jarrad, B. Galpin, K. Carlin, J. Stephenson, R. Killey. South: T. Reid 2; B. Bryant, N. Patzel, J. Capewell, B. Howard. Best - Casterton Sandford: T. Sullivan, T. Shannon, C. Currie, T. Nesbitt, A. Cleary, B. Galpin. South: K. Bowd, T. Saffin, B. O’Neil, T. Opie, N. Patzel, T. Rundle. PLAYED MAY 12 Millicent 1.4 3.7 7.10 12.11 (83) East Gambier 0.3 1.8 3.8 5.11 (41) Goals - Millicent: M. Duldig 4; D. Bromley, S. Willis 2; R. Duncan, J. Walker, L. Smitrh, H. Gordon. East: J. Dawe 2; G. Cooper, K. Rodis, M. Scanlon. Best - Millicent: D. Tincknell, J. Grimes, D. Bromley, B. Gibbs, T. Hutchesson, L. Smith. East: A. Pfeiffer, J. Dawe, J. Eldridge, F. Balshaw, A. Waples, M. McCallum. West Gambier 1.2 6.6 11.13 14.17 (101) North Gambier 6.0 8.0 9.0 12.2 (74) Goals - West: T. Zeitz 6; B. Wilson, D. Robbins 2; A. Kamara, B. Parsons, S. Wenman, L. Bradley-Brown. North: N. Moretti, J. Schutz, T. McLennan, B. Stafford 2; M. Lewis, J. Hollitt, N. McINerney, T. Gould. Best - West: L. Bradley-Brown, T. Zeitz, S. Wenman, T. Lewis, S. Zeitz, T. Holmes. North: M. Ashby, S. Stafford, F. Marshall, B. Stafford, N. Blachut, M. Lewis.
SPLIT ROUND - COMPLETE RESULTS (MAY 5 & 12) B GRADE Casterton Sandford 22.14 (146) d South Gambier 0.1 (1) Millicent 8.4 (52) d East Gambier 6.6 (42) North Gambier 11.10 (76) d West Gambier 6.4 (40)
UNDER 17.5 South Gambier 9.7 (61) d Casterton Sandford 6.7 (43) Millicent 14.10 (94) d East Gambier 3.3 (21) West Gambier 12.15 (87) d North Gambier 2.4 (16)
UNDER 15 South Gambier 8.12 (60) d Casterton Sandford 3.3 (21) West Gambier 5.6 (36) d North Gambier 4.3 (27)
UNDER 13 South Gambier 14.13 (97) d Casterton Sandford 0.0 (0) East Gambier 5.2 (32) d Millicent 5.2 (32)
South Gambier 53 (T. McIntyre, T. Buckingham) d Casterton Sandford 46 (T. Perry, G. Tomkins); North Gambier 60 (C. Davey, K. Egan) d West Gambier 45 (L. McGregor, J. Bell); Millicent 72 (D. Denton, M. Turner) d East Gambier 50 (S. Smith, T. McCallum)
A RESERVE Casterton Sandford 75 (N. Rhook, R. Newell) d South Gambier 42 (C. Grubb, J. Earle); North Gambier 67 (A. Bryan, H. Nulty) d West Gambier 39 (L. Fox, R. Humphries); East Gambier 45 (K. Zvigzdins, L. Harvey) d Millicent 43 (T. Sanderson, K. Taylor)
B GRADE Casterton Sandford 50 (L. Lane, P. Cameron) d South Gambier 34 (E. Waters, J. O’Neil); North Gambier 66 (N. Fox, L. Westhorpe) d West Gambier 40 (D. Kamara, L. Whitworth); East Gambier 33 (E. Hudson, B. Davis) d Millicent 27 (P. Haines, J. Sutherland)
C GRADE South Gambier 49 (S. Domaschenz, E. Botha) d Casterton Sandford 31 (M. Kurzman, S. Parsons); North Gambier 57 (S. Braithwaite, K. White) d West Gambier 35 (J. Taylor, S. Povey); East Gambier 53 (D. Waters, E, Thompson) d Millicent 26 (M. Gysbers, J. Reilly)
17 & UNDER South Gambier 90 (I. Walker, J. Earle) d Casterton Sandford 12 (M. Mutch, D. Crawford); North Gambier 65 (J. Adams, E. Close) d West Gambier 22 (G. Monkley, T. Pearson); Millicent 54 (J. Venn, P. Nitschke) d East Gambier 27 (T. Bosko, N. Smith)
15 & UNDER A South Gambier 73 (S. Boston, T. Redemski) d Casterton Sandford 5 (E. Jarrad, C. Galpin); West Gambier 50 (C. Hunter, J. Freeman) d North Gambier 37 (S. Nulty, S. Braithwaite); Millicent 61 (L. Hateley, C. Turner) d East Gambier 24 (A. Bosko, I. Lamb)
15 & UNDER B Casterton Sandford 27 (E. Jarrad, C. Galpin) d South Gambier 23 (C. Sims, M. Reid); West Gambier 38 (C. Carraill, Z. Aberle) d North Gambier 18 (S. Dally, J. Brooks); Millicent 36 (M. Chant, J. Skeer) d East Gambier 12 (M. Stevens, B. Jean)
13 & UNDER A South Gambier 45 (S. Adams, A. Cooper) d Casterton Sandford 15 (E. Jarrad, C. Foster); North Gambier 19 (L. Norman, K. Collins) d West Gambier 15 (C. Scott, K. Ferguson); Millicent 47 (S. Gibson, R. Kenny) d East Gambier 13 (M. Cordell, A. Sharma)
13 & UNDER B
South Gambier 20 (S. Pedlar, E. Wilke) d Casterton Sandford 17 (Z. Hill, S. Hart); North Gambier 32 (M. Griffiths, S. Mobbs) d West Gambier 9 (M. Milich, B. Colbert); Millicent 24 (A. Jannsen, P. Venn) d East Gambier 11 (K. LeGray, A. Lines)
11 & UNDER
Casterton Sandford 24 (M. Rees, C. Hulm) d South Gambier 1 (M. Lawrence, I. Lawrence); North Gambier 26 (S. Brown, B. Stafford) d West Gambier 9 (A. Judd, M. Pearson); East Gambier 17 (A. Hellyer, A. Humphries-Anderson) d Millicent 9 (M. Cushion, M. Gysbers)
WB FOOTBALL LADDER A GRADE Casterton Sandford Millicent West Gambier East Gambier North Gambier South Gambier
P 5 5 5 5 5 5
W 5 4 3 2 1 0
L 0 1 2 3 4 5
PTS 10 8 6 4 2 0
WB LEADING GOALKICKERS A GRADE Callum Currie (Casterton Sandford) Sam Willis (Millicent) Dylan Bromley (Millicent Brayden Kain (South Gambier) Kevin Thomson (East Gambier) Giancarlo Cooper (East Gambier) Tom Zeitz (West Gambier) Matt Duldig (Millicent) Jack Capewell (South Gambier)
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Left (top) - Port MacDonnell’s Liam Bottomley in action. Left - Libby Morgan-Howe looks for a down court action. PHOTOS COURTESY OF KAREN CAWTHORNE
B GRADE Tantanoola 16.8 (104) d Robe 3.3 (21) Port MacDonnell 7.14 (56) d Mt Burr 5.5 (35) Kongorong 12.7 (79) d Nangwarry 5.1 (31) Kalangadoo 8.16 (64) d Glencoe 5.9 (39)
SENIOR COLTS Robe 14.13 (97) d Tantanoola 3.2 (20) Mt Burr 7.8 (50) d Port MacDonnell 6.5 (41) Kongorong 12.11 (83) d Nanwgarry 5.3 (33) Glencoe 12.12 (84) d Kalangadoo 11.6 (72)
A RESERVE Tantanoola 48 (L. Fensom, M. Thwaites) d Robe 31 (R. McKay, A. Campbell); Port MacDonnell 69 (B. Williams, H. Smith) d Mt Burr 21 (H. Eldridge, C. Reilly); Kongorong 53 (S. Modra, C. Tink) d Nangwarry 31 (E. Syversten, E. Stokker); Kalangadoo 62 (T. Jeffree, A. Paterson) d Glencoe 31 (A. Francis, S. Frew)
B GRADE Robe 35 (L. Hall, S. Clements) d Tantanoola 30 (N. Telfer-Scott, S. Peters); Port MacDonnell 61 (E. Stevens, B. Wilson) d Mt Burr 22 (A. Lambert, C. Johnson); Kongorong 53 (E. Bourchier, A. Halleday) d Nangwarry 50 (S. Judd, E. Holmes); Kalangdaoo 45 (B. Thorn, J. Burt) d Glencoe 20 (S. Auld, S. Brierley)
B RESERVE Tantanoola 49 (C. Fuller, B. Allen) d Robe 37 (J. Hawkins, D. Turner); Port MacDonnell 52 (K. Horrigan, S. Kain) d My Burr 25 (M. Chambers, R. Fox); Kongorong 75 (A. Bowd, M. Bowering) d Nangwarry 13 (E. Doody, M. Hodgson); Glencoe 60 (A. Tweddle, N. Hawks) d Kalangadoo 23 (M. Bowden, J. Carlson)
17 & UNDER Robe 35 (L. Perkins, T. Nicolle) d Tantanoola 34 (B. Scanlon, M. Wilkinson); Mt Burr 56 (M. Butler, M. Bowering) d Port MacDonnell 31 (K. Smith, K. Telford); Nangwarry 42 (N. Stewart, M. Hogan) d Kongoorng 19 (M. Kilsby, J. Sheperd); Kalangadoo 58 (E. Ilsley, J. Stone) d Glencoe 37 (A. Briggs, K. Jones)
15 & UNDER Robe 34 (E. Yeo, H. Wyllie) d Tantanoola 31 (M. Kelly, T. Patzel); Mt Burr 50 (A. Goode, M. Job) d Port MacDonnell 19 (K. Sneath, L. Feast); Kongorong 43 (C. Grouss, E. Curtis) d Nangwarry 42 (H. Vanderhorst, M. Hogan); Glencoe 50 (E. Thompson, A. Thompson) d Kalangadoo 36 (H. Watson, S. Ryan)
13 & UNDER Tantanoola 23 (H. Walker, J. White) d Robe 2 (A. Birchall, M. Yeo); Port MacDonnell 34 (E. Kerr, L. Wilson) d Mt Burr 26; Kongorong 44 (C. Ellis, I. Jenkin) d Nangwarry; Kalangdaoo 44 (S. Varcoe, S. Wrightson) d Glencoe 24 (C. Bignell, J. Mitchell)
MOSSIES STING DEMONS
Tantanoola 5.4 (34) d Robe 2.4 (16) Mt Burr 6.6 (42) d Port MacDonnell 5.7 (37) Kongorong 9.10 (64) d Nangwarry 0.0 (0) Glencoe 18.15 (123) d Kalangadoo 0.0 (0)
TOP SIDES FLEX MUSCLES Lop sided contests were the order of the day in Mid South East football in round six. Top ranked Kalangadoo completely outclassed Glencoe, with 12 individual goal kickers inflicting a 138 point drubbing to the Murphies. Second ranked Mt Burr was just as ruthless in getting the job done over Port MacDonnell. The Demons stuck with the reigning premiers for a half but a 13 goal to one second half put the result well and truly beyond doubt. Jack Gregory had a day out, outscoring the entire Port MacDonnell team on his own with an eight goal haul and it was coach Tom Renzi that led from the front in a best on ground performance. Third ranked Robe also had a percentage boosting win, with coach Jack Kelly leading the way, not only winning plenty of the football but also slotting five majors as the Roosters powered to a 13 goal victory. The remaining clash saw Kongorong recording an expected win over Nangwarry, with Harry Evans continuing his strong start to the season for the Hawks - who boasted 12 individual goal kickers in the 142 point win.
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Mt Burr would be thrilled with its round six performance - not necessarily the win over Port MacDonnell but the margin. Experienced campaigner Hayley Agnew was the architect of the 25 goal victory, while reliable defender Ann Guyett was also influential, quelling the impact of Port MacDonnell star goaler Megan Hein (both pictured above), to help ensure the Mossies took the valuable premiership points. Brooke Hawkins battled hard for the Demons creating turnover ball to try and make inroads into the deficit, while the smarts of Cody Manning saw her find space and have a strong influence at the attacking end of the court. The remaining results threw up more expected results, with Kalangadoo outclassing Glencoe with young defender Jasmine Croser best on court, and Kongorong defeating Nangwary and Tantanoola getting the better of a young Roosters line-up. PHOTO COURTESY OF KAREN CAWTHORNE
SOUTH WEST DISTRICT FOOTBALL
Branxholme-Wallacedale 4.2 7.6 9.13 14.18 (102) Cavendish 4.0 7.2 8.5 12.6 (78) Goals - Branxholme-Wallacedale: R. Gordon 3; J. Overall, L. Ewing, R. Wheeler 2; J. Bradley, T. Cogger, E. Manders, K. Taylor, O. Adorno. Cavendish: R. McNaughlton 4; D. Fisher, B. Cooper 2; J. O’Brien, T. Vearing, D. Praolini, C. Walsh. Best - Branxholme-Wallacedale: S. Lambevski, E. Manders, H. Goodman, J. Overall, J. Grayland, K. Copeland. Cavendish: A. Luhrs, A. Brun, J. Brown, D. Fisher, R. McNaughton, W. MacDonald. Heywood 2.3 5.8 5.8 10.10 (70) Westerns 2.2 2.3 5.8 7.9 (51) Goals - Heywood: W. Barker-Lovvett, R. Raymond, P. Baust 2; N. Johnstone, J. Walker, W. Bell, M. Bunworth. Westerns: S. Ray, R. Cracknell, C. Anson, B. England, P. Proctor, M. Bunney, K. Anson. Best - Heywood: W. Barker-Lovett, E. Blacksell, W. Bell, R. Raymond, K. Bunworth, N. Johnstone. Westerns: N. Haylock, W. Doodt, C. Anson, B. England, B. Koenig, S. O’Brien. Tyrendarra 4.3 5.4 7.5 8.8 (56) Coleraine 1.1 1.4 3.6 5.9 (39) Goals - Tyrendarra: T. Deans 4; T. O’Connell, M. Pitt, J. Cocks, B. Bentley. Coleraine: T. Hogan, L. Kaine, J. Povey, T. Fischer, K. Rowland. Best - Tyrendarra: D. Jennings, B. Bentley, R. Outtram, L. Thorpe, J, Hawker, T. O’Connell. Coleraine: M. Lang, J. Brody, T. Gleeson, B. Manders, T. Hogan, K. Rowland. Heathmere 6.6 9.9 15.14 21.17 (143) Dartmoor 3.2 7.5 9.7 12.8 (80) Goals - Heathmere: M. Lenehan, L. Davis, M. Wilson 5; R. Pickett 2; K. Nagorcka, L. Sartori, C. McNabb, S. Byron. Dartmoor: Z. Michau 4; C. Howlett 3; J. Roptini, S. Walsh-Bannam, D. Lynch, L. Polaski, J. Woodall. Best - Heathmere: C. McNabb, M. Riddell, J. Nagorcka, R. Pickett, B. Jasper, M. Gore. Dartmoor: J. Woodall, L. Polaski, D. Lynch, J. Casey, S. Walsh-Bannam, J. Roptini.
HAMPDEN FOOTBALL A GRADE Port Fairy 5.8 6.10 8.14 10.18 (78) Hamilton Kangaroos 1.2 5.6 6.7 9.11 (65) Goals - Port Fairy: L. Glare, N. Sheehan, D. Nicholson 2; M. Gattek, S. Robinson, S. McCartney, K. Mercovich. Hamilton Kangaroos: T. Ross 3; B. Hicks, K. Quinn, B. Thomas, D. Russell, J. Mawson, H. Douglas. Best - Port Fairy: M. Sully, L. Glare, J. Dwyer, S. Robinson, J. Coleman, M. Gattek. Hamilton Kangaroos: S. Barnes, T. Ross, J. Slabbert, J. Pertzel, B. Thomas, B. Hicks. Koroit 4.1 8.6 12.8 18.11 (119) Portland 2.0 5.1 7.1 10.1 (61) Goals - Koroit: J. Korewha 6; T. McIntyre 4; W. Couch 2; B. McCutcheon, T. McLean, L. Nagorcka, J. North, H. Gurry, A. Pling. Portland: J. Murray, L. Crane, T. Sharp, F. Jones 2; D. Barr, P. Haylock. Best - Koroit: L. Nagorcka, T. McKenny, L. Rhook, B. Harrington, A. Pulling, T. Martin. Portland: F. Jones, D. Jackson, T. Hernan, D., Falcone, A. Shepherd, D. Denboer.
HAMPDEN NETBALL A GRADE Koriot 73 d Portland 56 (L. Hockley, R. Paine, S. Arnott); Port Fairy 62 d Hamilton Kangaroos 32 (J. Parker, T. Morris, R. Davis)
Lucindale 54 (M Gear, K Justin) d Penola 38 (G Robbie, S Skeer) Naracoorte 73 d K/L United 44 Bordertown 62 (T Poulton, K Trenorden) d Mundulla 37 (P Marra, A Excell) Keith 62 (S Lubcke, V Ross) d Kingston 34 (A Hagel, E Peters) Border Districts 52 (L Boggs, T Atkinson) d Kybybolite 45 (S Dyer, A Mould)
A RESERVE Penola 61 (A Lepley, E Gordon) d Lucindale 36 (E Handbury, M Tregoweth) Naracoorte 78 d K/L United 31 Bordertown 41 (A McCarthy, H Jefferies) d Mundulla 34 (A Modra, T Hillier) Keith 70 (M Makin, L Forrest) d Kingston 31 (J Wehl, K Starling) Kybybolite 50 (B Arnold, P Lees) d Border Districts 46 (K Silvester, M Redding)
B GRADE Lucindale 36 (H Ware, R Savage) d Penola 32 (N Hayes, A Ey) Naracoorte 72 d K/L United 21 Bordertown 49 (K Murch, A McDonald) d Mundulla 42 (M Leach, R Colwill) Kybybolite 64 (M McClure, K Williams) d Border Districts 50 (T Tranter, E Cockburn)
C GRADE Penola 30 (P Wishart, T Berkin) d Lucindale 21 (A Lindner, J Mark) Naracoorte 48 d K/L United 21 Mundulla 39 (M Chalk, B Western) d Bordertown 25 (H House, M Phillips) Keith 45 (K Spowart, H Harper) d Kingston 32 (K Hines, T Armfield) Kybybolite 46 (D Bennett, E Bell) d Border Districts 32 (Z Hoctor, J Koch)
17 & UNDER Penola 37 (K Dent, A Hayes) d Lucindale 34 (E Jones, C Beaumont) Naracoorte 83 d K/L United 11 Mundulla 42 (A Dimitriadis, A Young) d Bordertown 20 (S Mao, A Hinge) Kingston 49 (E Wright, B Dalziel) d Keith 27 (K Johnson, T Cox) Kybybolite 66 (E Leehane, S Selig) d Border Districts 32 (S Walter, S Modra-Ryan)
16 & UNDER Penola 40 (I Venables, K Skeer) d Lucindale 28 (A Ludwig, K Fuller) Bordertown 58 (Z Hawker, S Cornish) d Mundulla 16 (E Staude, E Dowling) Keith 33 (J Mewett, M Richman) drew Kingston 33 (Z Lewis, L Ross)
15 & UNDER Lucindale 39 (T Ryan, M Redden) d Penola 23 (E Hutchesson, J Eastwood) Naracoorte 43 d K/L United 31 Bordertown 52 (J Schneider, Z Steinberg) d Mundulla 25 (N Warnakulasariya, D Lovelock) Keith 66 (M Driver, P Jones) d Kingston 16 (Z Roach, S Woodward) Kybybolite 40 (O Mould, A Malone) d Border Districts 31 (G Boddington, G Gherardin)
13 & UNDER A Naracoorte 36 d K/L United 16 Mundulla 31 (L Bertus, K Morris) d Bordertown 20 (S Barras, L Conlon) Keith 40 (I Ross, M Harper) d Kingston 24 (B Clark, K Pilmore) Kybybolite 36 (H Carberry) d Border Districts 33 (R Pfitzner)
13 & UNDER B Lucindale 18 (A Stock, P Helps) d Penola 14 (C Bailey, M Mitchell) Bordertown 9 (S Carnemolla, H Steuart) d Mundulla 3 (K Schneider, L Kennett) Border Districts 21 d Kybybolite 2
Penola 2.3 8.7 9.13 15.15 (105) Lucindale 4.1 8.3 11.4 15.10 (100) Goals- Penola: S. Merrett 7; B. Foster 4; S. Jackman, S. Berkefeld, J. Galpin, D. Walker. Lucindale: S. Mardling, N. Cane 5; L. Jones 2; M. Kelsh, H. Tregoweth, S. Spriggs. Best - Penola: S. Merrett, J. Galpin, A. Moore, S. Jackman, S. Berkefeld, B. Foster. Lucindale: S. Graetz, J. Boschen, S. Spriggs, A. Eckermann, L. Kelsh, J. Watson. Naracoorte 2.2 7.9 8.11 11.11 (77) Kaniva Leeor 4.1 4.4 7.7 10.11 (71) Goals - Naracoorte: J. Bell 3; D. Myall, C. Ladhams 2; S. Patterson, R. Jones, J. Cother, S. Willson. Kaniva Leeor: N. Murphy 3; C. Hitchcock 2; S. Williams Bale, J. Merrett, B. Dodson, T. Stribling, J. Jarred. Best - Naracoorte: S. Patterson, K. Jacobs, J. Bell, S. Bates, J. Foster, N. Davey. Kaniva Leeor: N. Bowles, T. Brown, T. Stribling, B. Dodson, J. Jarred, S. Williams Bale. Mundulla 9.2 11.5 18.8 20.10 (130) Bordertown 1.1 2.2 2.4 7.7 (49) Goals - Mundulla: L. Wiese 5; H. Thorpe 4; J. McGrice, J. Dolling 2; W. Nankivell, S. Lewin, J. Wiese, E. Jaeschke, N. Mosey, N. Gregurke, D. Mosey. Bordertown: J. Eats 3; N. Hampel 2; J. Searle, J. Searle. Best - Mundulla: J. McGrice, E. Jaeschke, D. Mosey, W. Nankivell, N. Gregurke, L. Wiese. Bordertown: B. Paech, J. Eats, R. Tink, R. Tink, B. Foulds, S. Copestick. Keith 3.3 8.7 14.8 23.10 (148) Kingston 4.1 4.2 6.6 8.9 (57) Goals - Keith: B. Simounds 7; G. Johnson 4; H. McMurray, L. Wilhelm 3; B. Laurie, C. Woolford 2; G. Thring, P. Makin. Kingston: M. Wakefield 3; B. Warner, B. Tapfield 2; B. Kernahan. Best - Keith: G. Thring, G. Johnson, B. Laurie, B. Simounds, L. Mitchell, S. McMurray. Kingston: B. Warner, M. Wakefield, W. Goode, C. Healy, L. Exton, H. Lawrie. Border Districts 0.3 2.7 6.8 13.10 (88) Kybybolite 3.3 4.5 6.11 6.11 (47) Goals - Border Districts: no details available. Kybybolite: D. Warren 2; S. Shepherd, S. Carberry, B. Castine, B. Munn. Best -Border Districts: no details available. Kybybolite: D. Brodie, T. Cooper, B. Munn, T. Woodard, S. Shepherd, B. Castine.
B GRADE Penola 21.12 (138) d Lucindale 12.4 (76) Naracoorte 14.12 (96) d Kaniva Leeor 5.5 (35) Mundulla 12.12 (84) d Bordertown 5.4 (34) Keith 21.10 (136) d Kingston 3.2 (20) Border Districts 14.7 (91) d Kybybolite 4.3 (34)
Penola 15.7 (97) d Padthaway/Lucindale 1.1 (7) Naracoorte 6.5 (41) d Kaniva Leeor 6.5 (41) Bordertown 15.7 (97) d Mundulla 0.5 (5) Kingston 8.3 (51) d Keith 4.14 (38)
JUNIOR COLTS Naracoorte 9.9 (63) d Kaniva Leeor 0.0 (0) Bordertown 4.2 (26) d Mundulla 1.1 (7) Keith 5.7 (37) d Kingston 2.4 (16) Kybybolite 10.5 (65) d Border Districts 0.0 (0)
SOUTH WEST DISTRICT NETBALL A GRADE Tyrendarra 39 (R. Grant, R. Kane, A. Curran) d Westerns 30 (T. Rowe, B. Polaski, S. Mirtschin); Coleraine 59 (S. McKay, C. PLunkett, E. Grigg) d Dartmoor 42 (A. Beer, C. Finnigan, R. Vankalken); Cavendish 107 (L. Iredell, S. Langley, T. Hurley) d Heywood 26 (M. Hoggan, S. Malseed, L. Gibbins)
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SQUAD SELECTED FOR STATE CHAMPS
Training for the inaugural South East women’s football interleague squad starts this Sunday as coach Reece Duncan looks to put together a side for the first ever South Australian Country Women’s Football Championships, which will be held on July 7 and 8 in conjunction with the men’s championships. The 2018 championships are being played in Renmark. Forty-five players have been named in the initial training squad, which will hit the training track on Sunday at 10.30am at McDonald Park. Duncan, who has coached Millicent into the past two women’s football title deciders in this region, will be joined by assistant coaches Nicole Orr (South Gambier), who was the first female to take on a head coaching role in the region, when she filled in for Chris Edmonds in the 2018 season, and Luke Crossling (Kybybolite) – who secured the 2018 premiership in the club’s first foray into women’s football. SOUTH EAST TRAINING SQUAD Kalangadoo - Chloe Pratt, Sharna Deveraux, Kylie Schultz, Tara Jeffree, Bianca Thorn, Paris Ackland & Emma Ilsley. South Gambier – Tess Andrews, Imogen Walker, Kaylene Nuske, Jasmine White, Claudia Edmonds, Kendell Saffin & Kate Kourmouzis Millicent – Kelsie Wilkinson, Kimberley Verco, Olivia Fuller, Roxanne Wallis, Madi Turner & Kristie Rowe Kybybolite – Tyler Atkinson, Casey McElroy, Dellie Brown, Susie Maber, Hayley Smart, Annabelle Mould, Chelsea Dahlenburg, Lily Gill & Georgia Irvine Glencoe – Kate Tomkins, Libby Howe-Morgan, Claire Nolte, Simone McDonald, Madi Zujiveld, Holly Smith East Gambier – Madeline Fry, Bo Creek, Annabel Plunkett, Nicola Collins, Tyne Bosko West Gambier – Cody Millard & Jess Lovett-Murray North Gambier – Ella Firth, Lorelle Walker & Samantha Scott Left - South Gambier’s Tess Andrews, who went back to back in the Limestone Coast Women’s Football League best & fairest award, is one of the stars named in the training squad.
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