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The great thing about that is it means you won’t have rodent carcasses causing smells in your ceiling or wall voids! The delay between ingestion of a lethal dose by the rodent and its demise also prevents the development of bait shyness. This ensures a lower risk profile against both primary and secondary poisoning of non-target species, whilst also offering the control needed to address the rodent problem. Maintenance After the installation, Spiderman SE technicians will suggest a timeframe when they could come back and inspect/top up the bait stations and see that they’re in the best places etc. Usually, this is four weeks after the initial installation. Any further programs for maintenance can be discussed and arranged as per your requirements but for best results, Spiderman SE recommends four to sixweekly inspections until the bait is no longer being consumed and the rodent problem has subsided. Simple Rodent Control Tips There are many ways home and business owners can proactively prevent and get rid of rodent infestations in their properties: • Install door sweeps on exterior doors and repair damaged screens • Screen vents and openings to chimneys • Seal cracks and holes on the outside of
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COMMUNITY FORUM PROVIDING UPDATE ON ICE ISSUE Following on from its Mount Gambeir event on Monday night, the Substance Misuse Limestone Coast is holding a community information forum in Bordertown on May 28, to keep the community updated on the illicit drug ice. The Bordertown event will be held at the Bordertown Civic Centre . It is a free event with no bookings necessary.
AT A GLANCE was a great buzz in the room, and an enthusiastic response to Cormac’s stories and suggestions. We were pleased to capitilise on his fleeting visit to Australia.” The audience comprised of community members, volunteers and organisations from across the region, including Mount Gambier, Warrnambool, Hamilton, Portland and Port Fairy.
MASTERCLASS ON BUILDING COMMUNITIES ATTRACTS REGIONWIDE SUPPORT More than 60 people gathered for a community building masterclass on May 11, with international expert Cormac Russell, helping strengthen communities across the Great South Coast. Southern Grampians Glenelg Primary Care Partnership (SGGPCP) Manager of Health and Wellbeing Jo Brown was delighted with feedback from the Port Fairy event and said it proved an excellent opportunity to help communities thrive. “Cormac had a strong message about enabling the community and motivating people to invest in their neighbourhoods. His methods of connecting and building community struck a chord, especially the point about people being the primary inventors of a better tomorrow,” she said. “There
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Left - Global Obesity Centre Deakin University’s Penny Fraser (left) and Substance Misuse Limestone Coast project officer, from Mount Gambier, Sophie Bouchier (right) took part in the Cormac Russell masterclass.
MILLICENT UPGRADE UNDERWAY Construction of the walking path along Main Street, Millicent, began last week. This project is being completed following Wattle Range Council’s successful application to the South Australian Government for funding under its Places for People program. This section of path provides a link to the Millicent Swimming Lake and completes the loop to the Belt Road walking track via Park and Ridge Terraces. Seating and improved lighting along Main Street are also to follow.
INDIGENOUS FILMAKERS TAKE CENTRE STAGE Black Screen, a popular National Reconciliation Week event returns this year with a unique program of short films which celebrate South Australian Indigenous film and culture. The Mount Gambeir screenings at the Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre are on May 29. Black Screen is presented in South Australia by Country Arts SA and the ‘Give up Smokes for Good’ campaign from Drug and Alcohol Services of South Australia (DASSA), with support from the National Film and Sound Archive and the South Australian Film Corporation. This year’s program will feature an entertaining mix of family, educational, drama and comedy short films from emerging and established Indigenous film makers, including four South Australian premiere screenings. All films prior to the interval are suitable for families, with content more suitable for adults after the break. For more information on film classifications and full program details please visit countryarts.org.au Black Screen 2018 Program Highlgihts • SA PREMIERE – Wild (2017) A film by Kiara Milera Producer: Bonnie McBride Rated: Family Drama Tyson thinks getting arrested is the worst thing that will happen to him today… just wait till his sister finds out. When Rosie Fields gets a call that her younger brother Tyson is at the police station, she knows the police are the least of his problems. Can a cheeky smile and two cowering cops stand in the way of a sister pushed to breaking point? • SA PREMIERE – 4.40 (2018) Written & Directed by Edoardo Crismani Producer: Georgia Humphreys Rated: PG Dale’s at a smart restaurant with his ambitious, polished girlfriend and he’s determined to impress her by sealing the deal on an all-important company merger that very afternoon. But outside the sounds of a guitar float into the restaurant and through Dale’s mind. The power of that music is a potent reminder of who he really is, and must be. • SA PREMIERE – Deep Creek Cove (2018) Written & Directed by David Muggelton Producer: Nick Buckland, Thibul Nettle, David Muggelton Rated: Supernatural themes After discovering a seemingly untouched beach, a young couple awakens an ancient Aboriginal spirit determined to uphold sacred law.
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It announces the official start of the Penola Coonawarra Arts Festival every year and this year was no exception with the announcement of the prestigious John Shaw Neilson Acquisitive Art Prize last Thursday night. Inspired by the poem Along A River, David Hoyt was adjudged the winner (pictured top right) of the 2018 top prize, which is worth $10,000 courtesy of the generous sponsorship from the Balnaves Foundation, with the competition again attracting entries from across Australia. Judge Tony Magnusson, the Art Gallery of South Australia’s Curator of European and North American Arts, said Hoyt’s work evoked a powerful sense of place. “The oil on canvas is superbly composed, leading the viewer’s eye in from the smooth stones and gum leaves in the foreground to the luminous, shimmering centre, populated by the shape-shifting forms of fallen tree limbs,” Mr Magnusson said. “Exquisite tonal variations of green and brown provide a bosky ambience, while a diffuse, silvery light bathes the entire scene. The reflection of the overhanging trees on the surface of the water is sublime.” Local art doyen Lois Hodge sponsors the local prize winner and that went to Jaime Prosser’s work, inspired by the poem The Loving Tree (pictured bottom right). “This oil on paper unites land and sky, form and space with a deftness of touch that is thoroughly beguiling,” Mr Magnusson said. “The apricot horizon cedes gently to a band of gentle grey-blue before being absorbed by the inky cosmos, picked out with pastel orbs of light. The
It is set to be a big day for the Mount Gambier Lioness Club on June 2 when members, past and present, celebrate the club’s 40th anniversary. The celebrations at Mount Gambier’s City Hall, from 3pm-7pm, will look back at 40 years of serving the local community and forging strong friendships. More than $450,000 has been raised for community and other charitable projects in that time, with countless volunteer hours also spent making a difference. With 120 members having been part of the club over the journey, charter member Claire Welch will hold pride of place – still proudly part of the club and understandably, its unofficial historian. In preparing for the 40th anniversary event, glancing back over 40 years of minutes has provided a snapshot of the work the club has done in that time. It has been running the Mount Gambier Library delivery service for the past 36 years and has more recently been part of the Regional Foodbank volunteer team. The club even coordinated two debutante balls for residents of Boandik Lodge, who never made their debut, including being presented to the Mount Gambier Mayor. The club has put teams in the Relay For Life and were the driving force for a decade behind the Mayoress Family Fun Day. And, the Lioness Club has joined forces with local Lions, on many occasions, to assist with their fundraising and community activities. Open Garden Days, gift wrapping in the local shopping centre and catering jobs for major events, most recently
work achieves the near-impossible, imbuing the skeleton of a tree with life as its lightning-strike branches reach for the infinite. Picturesque without being mawkish, this work could be interpreted as a psychological landscape, whose power is derived from its reconciliation of opposites – light and dark, matter and atmosphere, life and death.” Mr Magnusson also awarded a highly commended prize and that went to another local artist – Dagny Strand –
with her piece being inspired by the poem The Girl With Black Hair (picturd above). “This bold charcoal and pastel on paper introduces us to a young woman in traditional Japanese costume who is more forlorn than femme fatale,” Mr Magnusson said. “Enlivened with touches of red and green, the subject seems preoccupied by her thoughts, unwilling to return the gaze of the viewer in spite of her striking outfit and hairstyle. This portrait demonstrates how powerful colour accents can be when selectively and judiciously applied to what is an otherwise monochrome pictorial scheme. Mary Jane Boaretto Pureza won the design prize, which will see her effort grace the promotional material for the 2019 festival. “This design is colourful, dynamic, fun and very clearly illustrates that it’s a multifaceted festival,” Mr Magnusson said. “It has a sense of joy and liveliness, it’s simple and iconic and will adapt to various formats and requirements of the design prize.”
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the Rotary District Conference, have all been Lioness Club activities that members have strongly supported. The Mount Gambier Lioness Club has also been involved in the Look Good Feel Better program for cancer patients for almost two decades, and also makes up emergency packs for the Mount Gambier Hospital, so people who find themselves unexpectedly in hospital have some of the essentials required to make their stay more comfortable. The June 2 celebrations will be a wonderful walk down memory lane, with memorabilia on show and plenty of stories to share during the four hour high tea. “We just want to acknowledge the efforts of all Lionesses who have been involved with the club over that time,” president Gayle Green said. To ensure everyone can sit back and relax and enjoy the day, Ryder Cheshire is catering the anniversary event. “That is one of the great things about the service clubs in Mount Gambier,” Gayle said. “They all work together and support each other.” There are high hopes the District Governor will be able to make the June 2 celebrations. Check out next week’s Lifestyle1 for a look back at just what the Lioness Club has been involved in for the past four decades. Above top - Gayle Green (left) and Wil Cousins (right) were part of the combined catering team at the recent Rotary District Conference. Pictutred with Red Cross volunteer Libby Furner (centre). Above (bottom) - Mount Gambier Lioness charter member Claire Welch.
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MOUNT GAMBIER’S NEWEST CITIZENS Lacey Burston has been awarded the Mt Gambier & District Community Bank® Branch scholarship for 2018, helping to supplement her study costs for her first year of higher education. The Mt Gambier & District Community Bank® Scholarship is part of Bendigo and Adelaide Bank’s Scholarship program, which has invested more than $6.5 million into helping 568 students realise their higher education dreams. This is the sixth year Mt Gambier & District Community Bank® Branch has offered a scholarship, validating their commitment to helping local students further their education. “Our branch is proud of these young people looking to further their education by attending University,” Mt Gambier & District Community Bank® Branch chairperson Helen Strickland said.
“The calibre of applicants we had for this year’s scholarship proves that our young people are an absolute asset to Mount Gambier. We are pleased that our investment in Lacey’s further education will help her focus on her studies and help lay a solid foundation for success during her first year.” Lacey successfully completed year 12 in 2016 at Grant High School with an ATAR of 96.65 and is studying a Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Chemical and Pharmaceutical) at the University of Adelaide this year. “I am grateful to Mt Gambier & District Community Bank® Branch for helping me to attend university and to pursue my ambitions,” Lacey said. Above - Mount Gambier branch manager Tracy Koop with scholarship recipient Lacey Burston.
DEVELOPMENT GETS GREEN LIGHT The City of Mount Gambier has approved a $6.8million development application from ALDI to construct a supermarket, four retail outlets and extended car park at 58 Commercial Street East, Mount Gambier, the site formerly occupied by the Fidler and Webb shopping complex. This is a separate development application to the $35million GLG application including the former Fidler and Webb shopping complex and Target sites which was submitted to the South Australian Planning Commission. “The ALDI application has been assessed by Council using delegated authority as a Category 1 development and has now
received development plan consent,” City of Mount Gambier Mayor Andrew Lee said. The Fidler and Webb building will be demolished to develop a 6,944 square metre ALDI supermarket and four retail spaces with street frontage on Commercial Street East and a walkway through to a car park with 101 spaces. “We’re thrilled about this outcome and feel that it will revitalise the heart of the CBD. The old and tired building will be transformed into a new and contemporary space,” Mayor Lee said. “It’s fantastic for economic development within Mount Gambier and we expect to see many additional visitors who’d like to shop at the renowned discount supermarket.” From here, a building application is required to gain full development approval.
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Left- City of Mount Gambier Andrew Lee with concept plans set to transform the derelict former Fidler and Webb shopping centre site on Commercial Street East Mount Gambier.
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FAMILAR FACE ON ROYAL WEDDING COVERAGE With Australian breakfast television and news outlets all converging on London last week to spend a week covering the lead up to the Royal Wedding, there were no shortage of gimmicks employed to maintain the Royal theme. A popular ploy was the utilisation of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle look alikes in the streets of London and a familiar face popped up as the Today Show’s Karl Stefanovic was parading one such couple around - Port MacDonnell’s own Leonie Carrison. Leonie bantered with the breakfast TV host, giving a local flavour to the segment.
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HISTORIC ‘ST HELIERS’ IN PENOLA 33 Riddoch Street, Penola SA This beautiful stone property is situated in the heart of Penola. It is currently a lovely home - but could also lend itself to a bed and breakfast opportunity. ‘St Heliers’ is steeped in history – having been built in the 1860’s for Donald McDonald, who was the local publican. His niece was Australia’s first and only Catholic saint, Mary McKillop. High - and decorative ceilings feature throughout the home, which offers three bedrooms, formal living and dining, a galley style kitchen, a second
informal dining area, cellar and large sunroom area. The formal living area is huge and has a set of French doors out to a lovely lawn and courtyard. All bedrooms are large - and share the main bathroom. The functional galley style kitchen is in the original part of the home and leads through to the informal eating area. A beautiful sunroom is a perfect retreat for letting the winter sunshine in. St Heliers is a real treasure – and
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• Oﬀering fantastic views over the city from multiple rooms in the house. • Tasmanian Oak wood kitchen with pantry, breakfast bar, electric cooking and dishwasher. • Main bedroom with oodles of wardrobe space and en suite with spa. • Paved pergola area at the rear providing a space for outdoor entertaining.
• Open plan oﬀers a functional layout with two separate living areas. • Kitchen with dishwasher, gas cooktop, island bench for informal eating. • Ducted gas heating is instant and convenient when warming the home. • Large 9x6m shed workshop space, two roller doors high clearance.
• Open plan kitchen/dining/living area featuring an island breakfast bar, dishwasher and electric oven and cooktop. • Glass double doors from the living space to the paved and protected pergola. • A single car garage with auto roller door and access into the home, provides secure parking for the property.
• This quaint 1950 stone cottage has the bonus of dual access. • Lounge room with slow combustion heater. • Kitchen with 5 burner gas cooktop, electric oven, island bench and pantry cupboards. • Undercover entertaining area adjoins outside rumpus room with power. • Situated on approx 715m2 secure allotment.
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228 Commercial Street West, Mount Gambier
• Great location adjoining a large vacant double allotment (currently listed for sale).
• Rare piece of land amongst other booming businesses.
• Central location in close proximity to butcher, post oﬃce, dentist and x-lotto agency.
• ‘L’ shaped allotment, approx 970m2 with two street frontages.
• Minutes stroll to the city centre.
• Situated in the sought after Western side of town.
• Large level allotment of approximately 647m2.
• This allotment is unlimited for commercial or residential development (STCA).
• Carport under main roof with roller door.
• Absolute need for central homettes.
• Two titles and expansive Commercial Street frontage of approx 16m.
• Huge potential for development opportunity as stand alone or look to purchase allotment next door.
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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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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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One Of A Kind With Room To Move Stunning views with an emphasis on natural light compliment this home. Offering 4 deluxe bedrooms. Opulent master bedroom with luxurious ensuite and walk in robe. Open plan kitchen, dining, living area with split/reverse cycle air-conditioning and slow combustion fire. Gourmet kitchen with quality stainless steel appliances, stone bench tops, picture window splash back and ample storage. Gorgeous three way bathroom with separate vanity. Double remote garage and rainwater.
Spacious Family Living & Entertaining Neatly located at the end of the cul-de-sac a well-presented property perfect for your family. Offering four double bedrooms – master with ensuite and walk in robe. Open plan kitchen/dining/family area with Dishwasher & reverse cycle split system. Ducted gas heating throughout. Large second living area, perfect for the kids. Three way main bathroom with separate shower and bath. Double remote garage with internal access. Outdoor entertaining area and wide rear yard access. Currently tenanted at $320 per week. In conjunction with Gebhardts Real Estate.
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A TREASURE TROVE OF POTENTIAL IN A DREAM LOCATION Inviting an exciting future with endless opportunities, this original 3-bedroom, 1.5 bathroom & 2 spacious living area home, ticks all the right boxes for a comfortable family home with scope for future renovations. Why we love this home: Walk-in robe in the main bedroom with direct access to the spacious bathroom. BIRs in bedrooms 2 & 3. Second toilet. Solar Panels. 2 rainwater tanks. Amazing views. Large allotment. Located in the prestigious Jardine Street, minutes’ walk to the Oatmil Cinema, restaurants & cafes – this home won’t disappoint! Contact Vicki on 0417 804 782 to book in your inspection today!
ESCAPE TO THE COUNTRY Gorgeous Cottage with modern rear extension situated on 6 acres. 3 bedrooms, main with walk in robe and French doors to private courtyard. Open plan kitchen, dine and spacious family with slow combustion and split system reverse cycle. Handy second toilet. Main bathroom with deluxe spa bath. Secure parking for 4 vehicles. Serviced by mains and 50,000 litres rain water tank. 18 Solar panels. Sparkling salt water heated swimming pool. Fully fenced. Affordable and a fantastic opportunity for a family.
14 Colonel Light Place
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.
3 Ellard Street
TIMELESS ELEGANCE IN AN A1 LOCATION Return verandah villa situated on prestigious Bay Road. With gorgeous character features this home was originally built in 1918 and is situated on a block size of over 2600 square metres. Comprised of 4 bedrooms, formal lounge with gas heating and ornate fireplace. Formal dining, Tasmanian Oak kitchen, and rear family/sun room. The period style bathroom is renovated with a separate toilet.
11 Lasiandra Crescent
Leased at $235pw
IDEAL IN LOTS OF WAYS 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.
4 Winfield Court
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.
INVESTMENT OF THE WEEK
21 Turnbull Drive
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.
RENTALS 1 Ewens Ponds Road Eight Mile Creek Avail Now $180.00PW
4/10 Williams Street 3
18 Greenridge Drive
LOTS ON OFFER HERE Comprised of 4 bedrooms, master with ensuite and builtin robes. Bedrooms 3 and 4 with built-in robes. Open plan kitchen/dine, family offering stunning views. Sep formal lounge. Ducted heating. 3 vehicle garage under main roof with 3rd toilet, plus double carport. Outdoor entertaining and much more all set on a block size of approx 1137m2. Tenanted til 22/11/18 @ $370.00 per week
Avail Now $290.00PW Avail Now $300.00PW
27C Hart Street 3
Avail. 18.6.18 $230p/wk
Avail Now $390 p/wk fully furnished
19 Wireless Road West
Avail Now $420.00PW furnished $320.00PW un-furnished
Avail 08.06.18 $250.00PW
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10 Tweed Crescent
56 Brownes Road 4
Avail Now $230.00PW
Avail Now $285.00PW
13 Ewens Court 3
Avail Now $230.00PW
20 Marlow Court 3
12 Maroonga Cres 3
Avail Now $210.00PW
27 Genoa Street
10 Tweed Crescent 4
37 Eglington Tce
LOVELY FIRST HOME OR INVESTMENT Located in a quiet cul-de-sac this solid 3 bedroom home would make an ideal first home or be a fabulous investment. Freshly painted with neutral décor throughout. All bedrooms have built-in wardrobes. Separate lounge room with gas heating. The bathroom has been fully and very tastefully renovated. Single garage UMR plus large rear workshop with power and concrete floor. 2.0 kW solar panels will save you money. Rear pergola and low maintenance gardens. Call now to organise your inspection.
RENTAL OF THE WEEK
32/184 Jubilee Highway West $229,000
LOW MAINTENANCE & SECURE A private and secure location, this 3 bedroom unit is situated in the Finchley Grove Estate. Close to restaurant, primary school & shops. All bedrooms are a good size and have BIR's. Open plan living with neutral colours throughout. Kitchen has dishwasher with gas cooking. Bathroom with bath and separate toilet. R/C air conditioning. Pergola and single garage with internal access. Currently tenanted at $260 p/week.
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
Available Now @ $285 p/wk 4
0418 854 393
MOUNT GAMBIER REGION SPECIALIST
4 BUFFALO COURT MOUNT GAMBIER 4 BED I 2 BATH I 2 CAR PRESTIGE EXECUTIVE HOME $599,500 Arguably the best floor plan of a brand new home to be placed on the market for some time. Stunning finishes throughout, quality fixture and fittings, designed to northern aspects, perfect living and entertaining areas, state of the art kitchen.
97-99 SUTTONTOWN RD MT GAMBIER 4 BED | 1 BATH | 4 CAR
4 TENISON DRIVE MOUNT GAMBIER
AFFORDABLE FAMILY LIFESTYLE
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.
Located in the popular tenison drive this home would suit the family looking for that country lifestyle with the luxury of city living. Beautiful kitchen, classy bathroom, 2 large living areas, large out door patio for gathering easy care garden garaging, carport, bore , parklike setting and much more.
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. 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.
33 MONTEBELLO DRIVE MT GAMBIER 4 BED I 2 BATH I 2 CAR STUNNING EXECUTIVE HOME $439,000 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 appliances, fridge freezer, central gas heating & split system airconditioning.
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 15 DERWENT COURT MOUNT GAMBIER 4 BED I 2 BATH I 3 CAR AFFORDABLE FAMILY HOME $319,500 Check out this quality built, solid construction family home. Located in a quite cul de sac, 3 living areas, resort style main bathroom recently renovated with floor to ceiling tiles. Includes games room, family room, lounge room, 4 large bedrooms plus office.
158 TELFORD ROAD MOORAK 4 BED | 2 BATH | 2 CAR STUNNING COUNTRY HOME $695,000 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.
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
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.
10 SHEPHERD STREET MT GAMBIER 3 BED | 1 BATH | 1 CAR GREAT INVESTMENT $229,000 Check out this very tindy brick and tile home, currently leased to november 2018 $280 per week, or new owner only needs to walk in and enjoy. Modern colours, new carpets, clean and tidy bathroom laundry and kitchen areas, complemented by split system air- conditioning
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.
PETER DEMPSEY | RLA: 269823 | 0418 854 393 | email@example.com
10.00 - 10.20
$259,000 KEEN VENDOR
10.30 - 10.50
10.30 - 11.00
APPROX 1279m BLOCK 2
11.00 - 11.20
11.15 - 11.45
ATTENTION RENOVATORS! GRAB A BARGAIN AT AUCTION!
OPEN Saturday 26th
11.30 - 11.50 AUCTION 29th June 2018
• 3 Bedroom timber framed home • Loungeroom with S/C wood heating • Kitchen with new electric stove • Home needs some renovating • Double car garage • Large allotment 801m2 • Close to school, shops, servo
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APPROX. 1 ACRE
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NEW PAINTS, CARPETS & CURTAINS
OPEN Saturday 26th
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Solid built brick & tile home wrapped around corner allotment. 3 bedrooms - main with WIR & ensuite. Larger than normal 4th Bedroom/Utility room. Generous size combined lounge & dining area. Central timber kitchen with WI Pantry, D/W, gas cooktop & wall oven. Spacious second living area with access to front paved patio. Gas heating & reverse cycle air conditioning. Low maintenance rear yard with garden shed. Undercover paved entertaining area. Private front entry with established mature trees. Double driveway leading to single garage UMR. Located in quiet cul-de-sac & friendly neighbourhood. Substantial home that accommodates the entire family!
INCLUDES TEENAGER RETREAT
T NTRAC O C R E UND $339,000
$400 per week
AVAILABLE FOR LEASE 1st July 2018
60 Milstead Street, Port MacDonnell
Expressions of Interest
0408 853 180
OPEN AY D SATUR 0.45 10:15-1
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NEW PRICE - $289,000
NEW PRICE - $299,900 5 HIGHLAND DRIVE, MOUNT GAMBIER 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
4 BED I 2.5 BATH I 2 CAR 3/51 BERTHA STREET, MOUNT GAMBIER
• 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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Two living areas 3 Bedrooms all with robes 2 way Bathroom With Spa Open plan Living Formal Lounge
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Ducted reverse Cycle Air conditioning Alarm System Remote Garage with internal access Great entertaining area with zip track Blinds Lake side Location
OPEN AY D SATUR0 - 1 12:3
OPEN AY D SATUR1.30 11-1
FOR SALE - $299,000 Open plan living Large Rumpus room Great workshop and store room Out door patio with open fire place and Built in BBQ
FOR SALE - $289,000 4 BED I 2 BATH I 2 CAR 1001 EIGHTMILE CREEK RD, EIGHTMILE CREEK
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160 – 168 Wireless Road West, Suttontown
16 Coral Cove, Port MacDonnell
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Double carport 1064m allotment Elevated Location 4 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms
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Bore and Rain water Specially designed Horse Paddock ock Surf Beach at your finger tips 3 Bedrooms
Suite 2/14 Helen Street, Mount Gambier SA 5290
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136 Jubilee Highway East
84 Crouch Street South
15 Renfrey Place
14 Shadylyn Close
4 Jacaranda Court
NEW PRICE 3
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 9.30 - 10.00
Fantastic first home or one for the investor, immaculate inside and out, upgraded stylish kitchen, feature timber floors, OPEN good shedding, private FRI 2 back yard, 820m 5.00 - 5.30 allotment (approx)
33 Stiles Street
You will love the location and the views over the city. Big living area & fantastic shedding. Updated kitchen with OPEN stone bench tops. This SAT one ticks all the boxes! 9.30 - 10.00
8 Bell Street, Port MacDonnell
7 St Andrews Drive “THE AUGUSTA”
27 Peake Street
Outstanding home. Master suite on top level with lounge area and balcony. Lower level with three bedrooms, kitchen/dining/living area, bi-fold doors to alfresco area. Hardwood stairs. Double garage.
5 Hilltop Avenue
7 Mayflower Court
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. In conjunction with Vicki Quinn Real Estate.
15 Buffalo Crescent
Tightly held location, solid & spacious home with 2 living areas and fantastic outdoor entertaining + extra OPEN shedding. This home SAT offers all a family 10.15- 10.45 desires.
AUCTION 31ST MAY 2018 AT 11AM ON THE PROPERTY. This fantastic bayside beauty will tick all of your boxes, spacious & special – OPEN Great corner allotment, large undercover SAT entertaining area, good 11.15 - 11.45 shedding.
5 bedrooms all with built in robes, main with ensuite and walk in robe. Spacious kitchen/ living/dining + large OPEN formal living. SAT 11.00 - 11.30
7 Venice Court
A tastefully updated homette – perfect for the investor or small family. Low maintenance living & popular location close OPEN to parklands, shops & SAT schools. 10.15- 10.45
Near new & low maintenance living. Ideal for the shed enthusiast or travelling retiree. Functional floor plan & easy care lifestyle. Put this on your list!
2/56 Brownes Road
19 Webb Street
NEW PRICE 2
Easy care living at its best. A wonderful solid constructed Torrens Title homette, perfect for an investor or retiree. Well maintained, with loads of appeal. No strata fees!
Perfect location – spacious family home in a quality street. Big on living and big on shedding! An ideal family home for those looking for low maintenance living and flat rear yard access.
14 Kooringa Street
A brand new architectural designed home by Dycer Constructions. Show piecing the latest in design, quality & features. Boasting cathedral ceilings, natural light & sweeping country views. An easy care, executive lifestyle awaits. Perfect for the entertainer. Call to book your inspection today.
27 Heath Street
A solid and trendy unit, ideal for investment or one to call home. Updated kitchen, generous room sizes & located in a quality group. Close to schools & shops. A smart choice!
28 Jubilee Highway West
A solid & central home, close to city centre. Surrounded by quality homes, sports grounds & schools. Well maintained and currently leased. This home presents a smart investment.
9 Kooringa Street
5 Lumidin Boulevard
Ideal for the first home buyer or investor, close to all amenities. A very well - maintained property, both inside and out. Currently leased at $230.00 per week. Will not buy better in this price range.
RENTALS 2/3 Sutton Avenue 7 Orr Street 11 Jeffries Street, Port MacDonnell 3/4 Hartley Street 1/4 Hartley Street 2/21 Underwood Avenue 45B (Unit) Sassanowsky Rd, Suttontown 2/89 Crouch St South 46 Commercial Street West 75 Meylin Street, Port MacDonnell 28 King Grove 27 Landscape Lane, OB Flat 17 Queens Court 5 Bond Street 3 Cottage Grove 100 Wehl Street South 11 Redwood Avenue 45 Sassanowsky Road
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Value packed brick home that offers open plan living, and fantastic views close to schools and all amenities. Inspect ASAP.
This superb two – storey home will capture your heart! A flexible floor plan with so much to offer including exceptional shedding – only an inspection will reveal the many facets of this glorious home with bonus teenage retreat.
A well maintained & renovated home fit for a family. Spacious living areas, outdoor entertaining & great shedding. Currently leased @ $255 p/ week. A smart investment.
Sleek modern living, great low maintenance design ideal for those who want a lifestyle that is fuss free. This home is not one to miss out on!
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Avail 21/5/18 at $165 per week Avail 3/5/18 at $170 per week Avail Now at $215 per week Avail Now at $220 per week Avail 17/5/18 at $220 per week Avail 15/6/18 at $220 per week Avail Now at $220 per week Avail 1/6/18 at $220 per week Avail Now at $240 per week Avail 1/6/18 at $250 per week Avail 13/7/18 at $280 per week Avail 1/8/18 at $290 per week Avail 15/6/18 at $295 per week Avail 12/6/18 at $340 per week Avail Now at $380 per week Avail Now at $390 per week Avail 1/6/18 at $475 per week Avail Now POA
2/21 Underwood Avenue
46 Commercial Street West
Avail 15/6/18 2
• 2 bedroom unit, main with BIR • Light filled kitchen with electric stove • Spacious lounge/ dining zone with reverse cycle air conditioning • Bathroom with bath • Single carport UMR • Private rear yard with garden shed • Walking distance to Mulga Street Primary School
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28 King Grove
Avail Now 3
• Position perfect for city living • Three bedroom apartment, main with access to balcony • Kitchen with electric cooking • Spacious lounge with gas heating • Private parking spaces at rear of building • Main Street precinct at your doorstep • No Pets
Avail 13/7/18 3
• 3 bedrooms, main with WIR • Other 2 with BIR’s • 2 way bathroom with separate toilet and vanity area • Kitchen/ family/dine area with R/C air con • Separate lounge • Large undercover entertaining area • Fully enclosed rear yard • Single garage UMR • No pets
Suite 2/14 Helen Street, Mount Gambier SA 5290 Paul Chuck SALES 0409 541 113
Ben Jeffrey SALES 0417 810 246
Jo Campbell SALES 8725 5766
Sharyn Ferguson PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 8725 5766
Malcolm Lewis SALES 0411 899 693
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1 Shaughnessy Court
a 826m2 appox
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!
226 Glencoe Road Glencoe
4 Rose Street
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!
18 Davison Street
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.
2 Old Kent Court
11 Graney Court
Attractive home in quiet location offering good sized rooms and close to the Tafe precinct, hospital and short drive to the market place.
8 Marngo Place
UNDER T CONTRAC 3
Lovely affordable home on 2067m2 (approx.) two titles, country living with restful westerly outlook, bore and rainwater, fantastic community to raise a family!
9 Ibis Street
23 Blackall 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.
3/15 John 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!
Nestled in a complex of only three, beautifully presented and located in a fantastic central location – three bedroom units are hard to find, inspect ASAP!
$649,000 - $689,000
Attaining heights of luxury and sophisticated style, this1930’s Spanish Mission style home has been extensively renovated and will be the absolute dream for the discerning buyer who loves to entertain in 5 star luxury whether it is outdoors around the pool or indoors around the French provincial kitchen. In conjunction with Ray White Keatley .
A solid and spacious home - ideal for the growing family. Add your touch and reap the rewards with this fantastic home in a popular location. Large allotment with room for extra shedding. Only minutes to the city centre.
Lot 102 Tecoma Close
49 Elizabeth Street
Superb family home in the fantastic Aramanta subdivision approx 4 ½ years old – If you are considering building you must inspect this property first. It has it all.
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.
22 Lansell Street
4 Bengalee Crescent
Exceptional first home or one for the investor, loaded with extras. Huge shedding area and rear private access. Close to schools & local shopping.
a 5,000m2 (approx)
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!
Seafarers Way, Port MacDonnell
COUNTRY LIVING ALLOTMENT ON THE CITY FRINGE. Located on the western boundary of the city is this 5,000m2 (approx) allotment. Zoned - country living, fenced, power & water Build your country dream but still be close to all the delights of the city.
Subdivision Starting from $83,500 Great flat serviced allotments in popular coastal township – swim, surf and fish at your doorstep! New stage now available. Enquire now!
Springview Estate – Stage 2, Mount Gambier
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.
Stage 2 “Collins Street”. A truly exciting subdivision. Sizing from 1,194m2 to 2,492m2. Sewer, power, Telstra and water available.
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100 Wehl Street South
3/193 Commercial Street West
20 Sturt Street
Commercial Street West
• Harrold St • 1/2 James Street • 2/2 James Street • 10 Bay Road • 20 Sturt Street
Avail Now 4 1 2 $390 pw •4 bedrooms, 3 with BIR’s • Kitchen with granite benches & S/S appliances • Formal living with gas log fire • Formal dining • Bathroom with spa/2nd separate toilet • Under floor central heat • Solar heated in-ground pool & spa • Pets Negotiable
• 2 & 3/193 Commercial Street West
• 23-25 Commercial Street West
• 3A Mitchell Street
• Large open area • Up to 125m2 available approximately • Owner can make adjustments to suit your needs • POA
• Close to CBD & other medical services • 2 consulting rooms & procedure room • Reception area, leased room/rooms and staff amenities • Receptionist • Basic Office equipment • Use of limited storage for equipment
• Area approximately 300m2 • upstairs area approximately 74m2 • Ideal for retail • Consisting of downstairs 3 consulting rooms, store room, separate office area with work stations, filing room, open floor area with 2 counter areas • Zoning city centre • Quality fixtures & fittings • POA
• 53 Commercial Street East • 3B Mitchell Street
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1063 KANGAROO FLAT ROAD, KOORINE 3
127 SISTERS ROAD MOUNT SCHANK SA
BRETT EXELBY 0458 548 756 3 GRIFFITHS ST, MT GAMBIER
470 ATTAMURRA RD, WORROLONG
DAMIAN VENN 0438 904 771
15 REDWOOD AVE, MT GAMBIER
10.20 - 10.50AM
11.00 - 11.30AM
AUCTION THIS THURSDAY MAY 24TH, 11AM TO BE HELD AT ‘THE BARN’ PALAIS To be offered in 3 separate lots. Land holding of 445 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’ 210 acres. Lot 2 – ‘Howes’ 110 acres. Lot 3 – ‘Home Block’ 125 acres
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DAMIAN VENN 0438 904 771 17 HART ST, MT GAMBIER
BRETT EXELBY 0458 548 756
10 LILA CRES, NENE VALLEY
BRETT EXELBY 0458 548 756
448 WEPAR ROAD, WEPAR
208 PELICAN POINT RD, PELICAN POINT NE W
84 BERTHA ST, MT GAMBIER
9.00 - 9.30AM
DAMIAN VENN 0438 904 771 10 ARAMANTA DR, MT GAMBIER
DAMIAN VENN 0438 904 771
GWENDOLINE ST, MT GAMBIER
BRETT EXELBY 0458 548 756
SATURDAY 11.40 - 12.10PM
DAMIAN VENN 0438 904 771
8 EDWARDS STREET, MILLICENT • • • • • • • • •
BRETT EXELBY 0458 548 756
“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
PRICE ON APPLICATION LAND
DAMIAN VENN 0438 904 771
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.
BRETT EXELBY 0458 548 756
Web ID 7626186
0458 548 756
0419 829 721
0438 904 771
08 8726 4400
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Located on the eastern side of Penola, only minutes from the IGA, Post Office and hospital is this solid Mount Gambier stone home. The property will appeal to investors, first home buyers and downsizers alike. Offering: • Three bedrooms
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FEMALE SHEARERS IN THE SPOTLIGHT After one of its more significant makeovers, the Glencoe Woolshed opened its doors to the public in 2015 with a blade shearing event that
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life on the boards more than a century ago. Blade shearing has continued to return to the iconic landmark ever since and another major event is now in the planning stages and sees the authenticity of the Glencoe Woolshed merging with the Ducks on the Pond – a long running female shearing fundraising event held at Clunes Woolshed in Harrow, which this March alone netted $30,000 for cancer research. But all attention will turn to Glencoe in March next year and mental health will be the focus of the fundraising event. The centrepiece of the March 10 event will blade shearing, including a speed shearing competition, with female shearers set to be in the spotlight, including Janine Midgley, a Western Australian professional shearer, who was part of this year’s Ducks on the Pond. When you think blade shearing, you think Richie Foster, the man behind the original Blades of Glencoe event, and the died in the wool shearer is teaching Janine and other female shearers, the fine art of blade shearing in the lead up to the event. There is no denying, showcasing their skills is a huge attraction for the female shearers but shining a light on health issues is always front and centre. “We want to draw attention to mental illness and take the stigma out of calling for help,” Janine said. Mental health awareness is also the reason Irish shearer Collette Deegan is on board
with the event – a nine time winner of Ireland’s Queen of Shears. A farmer in Shillelagh, in County Wicklow, in Ireland,
Collette delighted in beating the boys at the shearing game before a serious car crash almost ended her life. It was a six year rehabilitation process, including learning to walk and talk again, and she openly admits she literally stood on the edge of a cliff contemplating ending it all. “Luckily, I phoned a friend to look after my animals and he suspected the worst and organised help,” Collette said. “Now I realise there’s so much good around and getting a little help can stop you missing out on it all.” Much like the Blades of Glencoe open day in 2015, there will also be an old fashioned carnival feel to next year’s March 10 event with music, food, crafts and markets stalls all part of the day. Above (top) - Blade shearing expert Richie Foster (right) shows Irish shearer Collette Deegan the finer points of the art. Above (bottom) - WA shearer Janine Midgley tries her hand at blade shearing after some helpful tips from Richie Foster.
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ADVENTURE OF A LIFETIME FOR AUSSIE TEAM REPRESENTATIVES It all came down to last weekend but even before the competition started, Mount Gambier based Sarah McDowell and her border collie Cali have had the adventure of a lifetime. The duo headed to Europe to represent Australia at the World Agility Open Championships, with the competition wrapping up at the weekend. It is the ultimate in dog obedience that has a huge audience that tunes in to livestream competitions across the world. A teacher at Tenison Woods College by day, Sarah is a world class handler and Cali is a world class competitor, and an accumulation of their outstanding results. Sarah has previously headed to the United Kingdom to perform a demonstration at the world’s largest dog show Crufts and in May next year, but this European vacation has been
the duo’s Australian team debut. “Agility is a rapidly growing sport around the world with thousands of people tuning in from all over the world to watch the live video stream for the large events such as this world championships,” Sarah said. “Dogs and handler navigate a course determined by the judge. The handler is giving a set amount of time to walk that course and learn which obstacles they need to do and in what order. The sport is rapidly becoming more about the speed and precision of getting around the course. The evolving handling techniques and online training with people from all over the world means that the sport progresses at a fast pace.” Sarah picked up the sport of agility quickly, thanks to her strong background in dog trials, and continues to train online with two of the world’s
best handlers, based in Canada. “The sport of agility is constantly evolving as courses become more complex and handling systems adapt to suit the course requirements,” Sarah said. Cali has been competing for three and a half years and has made the National Agility finals every year, culminating in taking out of the top title last year. “Training of my dogs starts from eight weeks of age, getting them de-sensitized to different noises and environments, meeting known vaccinated dogs with good temperaments, teaching the dog how to problem solve and shape the behaviours that they look for within the sport of agility,” she said. “Lots of focus is put into relationship building and making training fun and rewarding.”
As with all regionally based sports stars, the financial aspect to competing at the highest level, is one of the biggest barriers but the Mount Gambier community got behind the national team representatives with a series of fundraisers and donation tins to ensure Sarah and Cali could make the trip. The duo has been in Europe acclimatising and training, with one of the biggest eye openers for Sarah being the dog friendly nature of businesses, including McDonald’s where Cali is as welcome as Sarah, inside the premises, with even Macca’s doggie treats on offer.
The standard of competition has also been an eye opener but Sarah believes Cali is starting to make her mark. “Cali has held her ground and stepped up so far,” Sarah said. “The competition and standard of dogs in the UK outweighs anything in Australia. It’s been amazing to be part of. The dogs are so fast, from small little Westie’s to the more commonly seen border collies. They really know how to bring the maximum speed out of a dog.” Lifestyle1 will catch up with the duo once they return for a full wrap of the competition and where to next for the world class agility competitors. Aboove (top left) - Cali at a Netherlands McDonald’s about to enjoy her own “happy meal”. Above (top - main photo) - Cali with her handler Sarah McDowell at the site for the 2018 World Agility Open Championships, where they are representing Australia. Above - Cali with some of the ribbons she secured in the lead up events to the World Agility Open Championships.
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WEEK LONG PROGRAM SET TO ENTICE YOU BACK TO YOUR LOCAL LIBRARY Community members in the Glenelg Shire are being invited to ‘find themselves’ at their local library this May as part of a bumper program celebrating 2018 Library and Information Week. The Glenelg Libraries plans to deliver the most spectacular program yet, offering 10 free community events, ranging from tai chi to special storytime sessions, from May 21-27. Library and information services manager Yvette Parker said all events were inspired by this year’s theme ‘find yourself in a library’. “We’ve pulled no stops with Library and Information Week in 2018, offering an extensive range of events and activities, to ensure all community members can join in our celebrations,” she said. “One of the highlights for this year is a competition just for the adults. Library members who borrow any item from the mind, body & spirit, recreation, home, cooking or travel sections can automatically go in the running to win a special ‘Find Yourself Travel Pack’. With a Travel Pack up for grabs at each Glenelg Libraries
branch, I encourage community members to help celebrate Library and Information Week by borrowing an item and finding themselves in their local library.” This year’s Library and Information Week program includes: • Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea fundraiser • Come and Try Tai Chi with Brenda’s Functional Fitness • What I Know About – Owner Building session with Maya and Jason Eats •National Simultaneous Storytime events in Portland and Casterton For a full list of events please visit the Glenelg Libraries website or Facebook page. Above - Library officers Sara Taylor (left) and Kirsten Jones show off some of them items that members can borrow to win a ‘Find Yourself Travel Pack’.
DEDICATED LIBRARIAN RACKS UP 50 YEARS Wattle Range library manager Janice Nitschke (pictured above centre) celebrated 50 years of service to the local community last week. Janice has been at the forefront of library innovation, as well as promoting the arts and tourism.
THE ULTIMATE WELCOME MAT New residents to the Greater Hamilton region in the past 12 to 18 months are encouraged to meet other newcomers and find out more about the region at Council’s New Resident’s function later this month. This year’s function will be held on Monday, May 28, at the Hamilton Visitor Information Centre, Lonsdale Street, Hamilton, commencing at 6pm. The night will be an informal gathering to extend a warm welcome to our new residents, with a variety of information available to assist new residents in settling into the community and region. Light refreshments and finger food will be provided throughout the event. Southern Grampians Shire Council Mayor Cr Mary-Ann Brown encouraged newcomers to take advantage of this opportunity to familiarise themselves with the region and meet some new friends. “I am excited to meet all of the new people who have chosen to call this wonderful part of the world their home,” she said. “Our shire is an exceptional place to live, raise a family and work so we want to welcome you and introduce you to the many different aspects of life to be lived and enjoyed here. I encourage any interested new residents to come along to this night and learn more about the wide range of outstanding facilities, services, clubs and groups that are available in the Southern Grampians Shire.” Residents wishing to attend should RSVP to Alison Quade on firstname.lastname@example.org or
by calling (03)5573 0433 by Thursday, May 24. Community groups and sporting clubs from across the Shire are also invited to provide information to new residents about their group. If any group or club are interested in attending or providing information, please contact Alison on (03)5573 0433.
MENTAL HEALTH IN THE SPOTLIGHT Is mental health something you care about? The Glenelg Shire Council is pleased to partner with Wellways to offer a series of free ‘Well Together’ workshops. The workshops will provide helpful information and ideas on how to support people and families affected by mental health issues. These workshops have been specially developed to increase awareness and improve understanding. The following workshops will be on offer during May and June: Heywood Date: Wednesday, May 23 Time: 5.30-8.30pm (Light supper provided) Location: GSC Customer Service Centre, 77 Edgar Street, Heywood.
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Casterton Date: Wednesday, May 30 Time: 5.30-8.30pm (Light supper provided) Location: Old Courthouse Community Centre, 31 Henty Street, Casterton. Portland Date: Wednesday, June 6 Time: 5.30-8.30pm (Light supper provided) Location: GSC Customer Service Centre (Reception Room), 71 Cliff Street Portland. To find out more or to register for any of these workshops, please contact: Tracey Morriss, Wellways Mobile: 0417 777 016, Email: email@example.com
FULL ITINERARY FOR MOBILE GOVERNMENT SERVICES VISIT The Australian Government’s Mobile Service Centre will be in the Limestone Coast this month, assisting residents with any Centrelink, Medicare, Taxation and Child Support needs. • Tuesday, May 22 - 9-11am - Robe near the Robe Visitor Information Centre • Tuesday, May 22 - 1-4pm - Beachport near the Beachport Visitor Information Centre • Wednesday, May 23 - 9am-4pm Millicent in the Civic & Arts Centre carpark • Thursday, May 24 - 9am-3pm - Penola at the Penola IGA carpark • Tuesday, May 29 - 9am-3.30pm Naracoorte at the McIntosh Square • Wednesday, May 30 - 9am-3pm Keith near Don Moseley Park For more information you can visit www.humanservices.gov.au/ mobileoffice or call 132 316. Above - Member for Barker Tony Pasin on the steps of the Australian Government’s Mobile Service Centre which is in the region now.
WINTER BLANKET APPEAL The Salvation Army is running a Winter Blanket Appeal, loking for donations of blankets, quilts or doonas, new or second hand, as well as clean and in good condition. Donations can be dropped off to SAL Real Estate at 23 Gray Street, Mount Gambier, before May 29.
PREPARING TO LIVE THE DREAM In January last year, Mount Gambier dancer Courtney Jolley was not even sure what she was going to be doing in 2017. From the Joffrey Ballet in New York to Brent Street in Sydney, from the bachelor course in Queensland to contemporary giant Ev & Bow, also in Sydney, Courtney was spoilt for choice. And then there was Spectrum, in Melbourne, the eventual school of choice, after completing a three day summer school with the relative newcomer on the dancing education scene but already with a strong reputation. That summer school resulted in Courtney being offered a 12 month scholarship at the Melbourne school and she jumped at the chance, competing a Cert IV in Dance. Even before she committed to Spectrum, though, Courtney was clear on one thing. “My dream job would to be on a cruise ship, to get a job with something like the Royal Caribbean Cruises,” she said, back in January 2017. On April 21 this year that dream became a reality. “I had an early start for work and checked my phone at 3.30am and decided I could stay in bed a bit longer but I would check my notifications,” Courtney said. “I checked snapchat and then I saw two emails, both from Royal Caribbean Cruise and I knew straight away what it was.” It was the dream job – an offer to be part of the Empress of the Seas entertainment crew with a June start date for rehearsals in Miami. She immediately phoned her mother, Mandy Jolley, to share the good news,
despite the ungodly hour. It was back in December last year that Courtney had survived the audition process for Royal Caribbean, heading to Brisbane for a day of gruelling auditions and outlasting around 100 girls to be one of five selected. The first round focussed on technique, the second round on contemporary and the third on jazz before Courtney received the Royal Caribbean tick of approval. But, in reality, that is only the beginning, and some performers survive that phase never to earn a contract. “They film everything we do and that is sent to the director in the US and then they decide if and when you are the right fit for a show,” Courtney said. Fortunately for Courtney, she earned that contract only four months after auditioning. Her year at Spectrum, where she was offered another scholarship, which she declined, has been great preparation for the rigours of daily performances on a cruise ship. Classes were from 9am-4pm and
basically all practical and then there were what were called lockdowns – the month leading into the mid year and end of year concerts, where the usual day had a further seven or eight hours of rehearsal added on to ensure the productions were of the highest quality. “Sometimes it was hard to believe we survived but this is a tough business and they are preparing you, making sure you are tough enough to survive,” Courtney said. “I loved my year at Spectrum, it was an amazing experience and so much fun.” Courtney also got to perform her final concert with Spectrum at Crown, in Melbourne, another item on her bucket list crossed off before she turned 20. She also took private vocal lessons during her time in Melbourne, a first for Courtney, but a necessity given her ambitions. During her 12 months in Melbourne, Courtney also taught at two dance schools, as well as securing commercial work on weekends. It was certainly tempting to remain in Melbourne, while she waited for the next chapter of her career, but with the successful Royal Caribbean audition under her belt, she forged a new plan. Performers do not get paid for the month long rehearsal period prior to joining a ship and so Courtney knew, if and when, her call up came, she would need some finances behind her to afford a month without pay in Miami. So she packed up and moved to Adelaide to bunk in with sister Danika, and starting working and saving. “I had high hopes I would get a contract with
Royal Caribbean so I had to believe that would happen and just prepare the best I could in Adelaide,” Courtney said. So Courtney works as part of MixFM’s street crew during the day and takes dance classes at night. She is also teaching dance, which is where she wants her career to eventually take her, and has made some incredible contacts in Adelaide on that front. Courtney knows she still has plenty of work to do as a dancer and has been fortunate enough to train with highly regarded Kylie Norris, from New Zealand, and Gold Coast based Lucy Ellis. But for now, her time is being taken up preparing to head to Miami with rehearsals starting on June 19 and the ship setting sail on July 29. It is a contract until February 2019 and Courtney is hopeful of securing more
contracts going forward. She will be cruising around Cuba, the Bahamas, Mexico and Brazil. And while she is yet to head out on the seven seas as a cruise ship performer, Courtney has already set two new goals – earning a place in the Paris based Moulin Rouge show, and becoming a Rockette, at New York’s Radio City Music Hall. “We did a Rockette routine in our final concert last year at Spectrum and I am hooked,” Courtney said. “The Rockettes are my inspiration and I have always wanted to do Moulin Rouge. I know it is aiming high but I am definitely going to give it a crack.” Given her last dream job prediction took only 18 months to become a reality, betting against Courtney would be nothing, if not risky.
COLLECTED STUPIDITY - DEAR ROBBIE 33... By ROBBIE TANSEL I’ve been accused of being a not very nice person after a couple of my recent articles. I’ve decided that I will try to redirect attention elsewhere so that maybe I don’t seem so bad. I received this email this week. “Hi Robbie. Sorry to hear you have been unfairly criticised recently. I always enjoy your erudite comments, including your latest offerings. In reading the rest of the Lifestyle1 magazine this week I was intrigued by the caption of the netball photo on page 43. A picture of a Casterton Goal Shooter with the caption, ‘Tori Perry was influential in the Cats loss to South Gambier at the weekend.’ It got me thinking, were they implying that her lack of accuracy, or turnovers, or inability to catch a pass contributed to the loss? Seems like a pretty negative comment to make. Anyway, regarding your mechanical pencil, I am willing to swap my copy of Dan Brown’s The Lost Symbol (hardcover). If you’d like it, please get in contact. Regards, Jason from Jaffa (Cape).”
Hi Jason. Firstly I don’t know what erudite means. Isn’t it a type of glue? This reminds me a bit of that time my boss told me I was superfluous to the needs to the company. I walked around for weeks proudly telling my colleagues I was superfluous, and that the boss had told me so. It wasn’t until I was fired a fortnight later that someone let me know that even though superfluous has “super” in it, it’s actually not a compliment. I don’t want to bite the hand that feeds me (as you titled your email Jason), but I think I need to give that hand a little nip to rebuild my reputation as an all right person. I’m just going to say it; I think they were a bit harsh on poor Tori. I’m sure Tori put her heart and soul into the game. I bet she’d had a great week on the training track. I bet she did a bit of extra training, probably a couple of early morning runs. I bet she’s careful about what she eats and drinks to get the best out of herself. And how is she thanked? By being held as a player who was influential in the team’s loss. Essentially, Lifestyle1 were saying Casterton couldn’t (or maybe even wouldn’t) have lost without her.
Someone needs to tell Lifestyle1 there is no Tori in team. Not anymore anyway. On the back of that scathing comment she was dropped to B grade. Or maybe not. I probably made that up. I need to fact check that. But what did the Goal Attack do? Did she get some goals and create space. What did the Wing Attack do? Did she get out for centre passes and make some nice feeds to the shooters? How about Centre? Did she drive play across the court? Wing Defence? Well I think we all know the Wing Defence is superfluous (see, I know how to use that word now.) Where was the Goal Defence? Was she working hard with the Goal Keeper to stifle the oppositiosn shooters? There were a whole team of people who needed to contribute, plus the Wing Defence who doesn’t matter. It’s not fair to hold Tori personally accountable. Someone really should shout her next schnitzel at the club rooms if you ask me, and buy her a beverage. Realistically a caption like that is like saying, Adolf Hitler was one of the best brutal murderers the world has ever seen. It’s dressed up to look like a compliment but it’s actually a criticism. Now about that book, I’d definitely lifestyle1.net | 28
Now I’ve got a Dan Brown, Lost Symbol hardcover book I’d like to swap with someone. ’m going to read it quickly first, just to check that it’s something that you’d like. But then, make me an offer of something you’d like to swap it for. Great for reading, and could even use it to squash a small possum if you dropped it from high enough. If you’d like to swap for my Dan Brown book, email me at robbietansel@ gmail.com Jason tells me it starts slowly, as all Dan Brown books do, but then it sets a rollicking pace from there. like to swap it for my green mechanical pencil. I have to say I feel a great sense of relief about swapping for the delightful Dan Brown hardcover. I thought I was going to be stuck with the pencil forever. It’s been sitting on my desk mocking me for weeks now and it’ll be good to send it on its way.
Editor’s note: Tori Perry (pictured) continues to be one of the most influential players for Casterton Sandford’s A Grade netball team and Robbie Tansel should stick to what he does best, weekly columns aptly named “Collected Stupidity” or he might find himself beiing labelled superfluous again!
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Beachport Surf Life Saving Club is a relative new kid on the block when it comes to Surf Life Saving Clubs but after two years of hard work, the club is set to host the IRB State Carnival on the June Long Weekend, hosting all Surf Life Saving Clubs from South Australia, and five Victorian clubs. The Beachport club was formed in 2016 and now boasts 100 members, ranging in age from five to 55. In 2017, the focus was well and truly on the nippers and youth programs as the club looked to honour the 109 year history of surf life saving in Australia, while building its own brand within the region. That focus on the two younger age programs saw 40 nippers and 10 youth participants regularly attending sessions. Along with the usual activities, the Beachport Surf Life Saving Club was also working to ensure as many members as possible achieved their Surf Rescue Certificate and Bronze Medallions. More recent developments have seen a focus on ensuring the club could provide patrols at beaches. “This goal was critical as it opened our club up to a wider range of people who could be part of it and expanded our scope to becoming an emergency service,” president Peter Phillips said. That saw the club sign a patrol agreement with its first patrol held last New Year’s Eve, continuing through until the end of February. “We also achieved other goals this season that included having a viable off-site storage facility, and secondly, to fill that off-site storage with an Inflatable Rescue Boat (IRB) and patrol equipment. This was a huge moment for our committee who had worked hard over the previous two years to achieve this.” The development of the club and its facilities has been a collaborative effort, with the Beachport Lions Club helping make the off-site storage a reality and Surf Life Saving SA handing over an IRB and a 4WD. New sponsors have also come on board as the club continues to go from strength to strength. “As a club we have to thank Ben Laurenson from Surf Life Saving SA and his team for working hard to make this dream a reality,” Mr Phillips said. Training was also stepped up for the last season to ensure safe operation of the IRB in terms of drivers and crew, with the Portland Surf Life Saving Club stepping in to assist with this vital training. “They have continued to provide us expert training, knowledge, time and general help over the last year,” Mr Phillips said. The club also took advantage of a camp at Cape Bridgewater, incorporating training, fun and a chance to view the seal colony up close and personal. The Beachport Surf Life Saving Club members come from Beachport, Millicent, Glencoe and Mount Gambier. Anyone is always welcome to join the club and can enquire through their Facebook page and they will provide you with further information. Season Awards U6/U7 Nippers: Sophie Kinnear, Alannah Phillips U8/U9 Nippers: Tommy Atkinson, Laura Uotila U10/U11 Nippers: Angus Patterson, Drew Patterson U12/U13 Nippers: Kai Dellow (1st) Zali Halton (2nd) Blake Snook (3rd) Encouragement Award: Tyson Atkinson Youth Awards: Cale Dellow (1st) Jules Izzo (2nd) Letitia Izzo (3rd) Encouragement award: Flynn Kain
Above (top) - Award recipients including (back) Letiitia Izzo, Cale Dellow, Zali Halton, Cameron Atkinson, Tyson Atkinson, Flynn Kain, Kai Dellow, Blake Snook, Jules Izzo and Drew Patterson. (Front) Tommy Atkinson, Laura Until, Alannah Phillips & Angas Patterson. Above (bottom) - Nippers and Youth resting after completing the Iron Person event which comprised of 100m run, 400m swim and 400m paddle.
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Selections have been finalised for the South East Zone teams for he Under 15 and Under 18 age groups to compete over the June Long weekend in Adelaide. The South East Zone is made up of players from Lower South East, Naracoorte and Tatiara Hockey Associations. Under 15 Girls Clarry Martin (Coach) & Kaitlyn Nisbet (Assistant) Zara Blackwell; Paige Clark; Ella Clark; Rachel Curtis; Neave Delaney; Jorja Doecke; Charlotte Fiebig; Samara Herpich; Tess Kenseley; Niamh Leishman; Brooke Marcus; Abbey Martin; Lauren Miller; Lauren Montgomery; Sophie Nisbet; Indianna Woodall Under 15 Boys Graeme Millhouse (Coach) Angus Aitken; Jake Anderson; Nicholas Bristow; Aiden Cameron; Jesse Dowie; Mason Hill; Angus Langsmith; Caleb Lindsay; Osten Martin; Connor Millhouse; Jack Thomson; Zaiden Tweed; Benjamin Weedon; Angus Widdison Under 18 Girls Lochie Nisbet (Coach) Maddison Clark; Georgia Clarke; Hannah Dinning; Claudia Edmonds; Charlotte Foote; Jemma Heraper; Cody Hood; Dana Jones; Cody Lewis; Kaela McKee; Chloe Mackenzie: Brydie Murphy; Maddison Mutch; Emma Ryan; Nikki Taylor Under 18 Boys Greg Cooper (Coach) & Scott Grant (Team Manager) Timothy Boxall; Brayden Burston; Brady Cooper; Patrick deVos; Connor lifestyle1.net | 31
Grant; Ethan Herpich; Daniel Ker; Nathan Kilsby; Harry Maddern; Toby Maddern; Zack Martin; Dylan Montgomery; Dayton Thomas; Reilly Thompson; Rylan Ward & Mitchell Weedon For the Under 13 State Championships the various associations enter their own teams. LSEHA Under 13 Girls • Michael Carne (Coach) Mia Kleinig - Cavaliers; Claire Moore - Redbacks; Lily Delaland - West; Chloe Boylan - Strikers; Zoe Carne - Tigers; Mercedes Theobald - West; Layne Blackwell - Redbacks; Shae Delaney - Redbacks; Grace Degaris - Strikers; Lauren Smith - West; Abbey Hood - Tigers; Brooklyn Hill - Strikers; Imogen Horbury - Strikers; Scarlett Creek - Tigers LSEHA Under 13 Boys • Evan McKee (Coach) Blake Vause - Redbacks; Patrick Langsmith - Strikers; Will Cameron - West; Jack Sharman - Strikers; Jack Leishman - West; Brock Ward - West; BJ Howard - West; Tom Howard - West; Ethan Carne - Tigers; Liam Delaney - Strikers; Blake McKee - Tigers; Shaunn Robinson - Tigers; Pattrick Robinson - Tigers; James Miller - Cavaliers; Rhys Earle - Cavaliers Above - Under 18 South East Zone representative Charlotte Foote in action for West.
BRAIN TEASER WHO AM I??
2018 FRENCH OPEN TENNIS Commences Sunday May 27th on Fox Sports Live
1. I was born in Mount Gambier in 1909. 2. I was educated at Adelaide’s Prince Alfred College. 3. I left school as a 14 year old. 4. My ballet career started in Anna Pavlova’s company. 5. I was named Australian of the Year in 1965. 6. I was director of the Adelaide Festival from 1970-1976. 7. Once my dancing days were done I went into acting and enjoyed critical acclaim in such movies as Chitty Chitty Bang Bang and Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. 8. I worked with both the Australian Ballet and Australian Opera in directorial roles. 9. I am most famous for dancing Sleeping Beauty with Margot Fonteyn. 10. My hometown’s main theatre is named in my honour. My name is Robert….? NNAMPLEH TREBOR RIS :REWSNA
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11. “…And no one’s gonna save you… from the beast about to strike…” is a line from which Michael Jackson hit? 12. The Kylie Minogue hits, Some Kind Of Bliss and Breathe featured on which album? 13. How many times did racing great Peter Brock win Bathurst? 14. The 2002 Australian Grand Prix was the first Formula One race for which Aussie driver? 15. Nominated for a Best Actress Oscar for her break out role in Elizabeth in 1999, Cate Blanchett was beaten to the gold statue by which actress? 16. Who won the 2017 Gold Logie? 17. In which city did the 2018 Giro d’Italia start? 18. In which year did Aussie Cadel Evans win the Tour de France? 19. Known as both Mount Gambier and Gordon over the journey, and currently held by Troy Bell, who represented the Mount Gambier electorate, in the South Australian parliament, from 1975-1997? 20. Who did Tony Pasin succeed as the Member for Barker?
ANSWERS •1. Four; 2. Queensland; 3. Tim; 4. Sense & Sensibility; 5. Big Ben; 6. Eiffel Tower; 7. Laura Geitz; 8. Hockey; 9. Hahndorf; 10. Margaret Olley; 11. Thriller; 12. Impossible Princess; 13. Nine; 14. Mark Webber; 15. Gwyneth Paltrow; 16. Samuel Johnson; 17. Jerusalem; 18. 2011; 19. Harold Allison; 20. Patrick Secker
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1. How many children does AFL great Chris Judd have? 2. In which Australian State was Aussie golfing star Jason Day born? 3. Best known for family saga, The Thorn Birds, what was Colleen McCullough’s debut novel? 4. Elinor Dashwood is a character from which Jane Austen novel? 5. Which iconic London landmark was built in 1959? 6. What is the tallest structure in Paris? 7. Which former Australian netball captain grew up on a property in the Darling Downs? 8. Nikki Hudson is a household name in which sport? 9. Which South Australian town was the long time home of artists Hans Heysen? 10. A highly regarded artist in her own right, which Australian painter was the subject of two Archibald Prize winners – one by William Dobell and the other by Ben Quilty?
AT A GLANCE
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MOUNT GAMBIER’S NEWEST CITIZENS Five members of the Mount Gambier community took the final step in their journey to become an Australian citizen earlier this month. Candidates made the Australian Citizenship oath, pledging their loyalty to Australia at a City of Mount Gambier Citizenship Ceremony held at the Civic Centre Council Chamber on Thursday, May 3. City of Mount Gambier Mayor Andrew Lee was proud to officially welcome the recipients and present them with their Australian Citizenship certificate. The recipients include mother and son Alvey Serrano and Laarni Salvador from the Philippines, Jennifer Seager from Zimbabwe, Jon King from the United Kingdom and Rajeev Khurana
from India. Soroptimist Mount Gambier presented candidates with a gift to welcome them as new Australian citizens. Following the ceremony, the new citizens enjoyed supper with family and friends and Council staff. They were also joined by Mr Tony Pasin MP, representing Peter Dutton Federal Minister for Home Affairs. The City of Mount Gambier hosts Citizenship Ceremonies every three months. Above (from left) - City of Mount Gambier Mayor Andrew Lee; Jennifer Seager, from Zimbabwe; Alrey Serrano and Laami Salvador, from the Philippines; Rajeez Khuran, from India; Jon King, from the United Kingdom, and Member for Marker Tony Pasin. lifestyle1.net | 32
NATIONAL AWARD FOR RAIL LANDS The Mount Gambier Railway Lands won the National From Plan to Place Award at the Planning Institute Australia (PIA) National Awards for Planning Excellence 2018 held in Perth earlier this month. A PIA National Award is the highest accolade for urban and regional planners in Australia, demonstrating leading practice and achievement in planning. The Plan to Place Award recognises the implementation of a plan into a successful place for the community. It was awarded to the City of Mount Gambier for the evolution of the Railway Lands project and achievement in accomplishing positive changes as a result of planning. “It is a great honour to win this award for our community,” City of Mount Gambier Mayor Andrew Lee said. “We were commended for including the community throughout the planning, design and implementation phases of the project, reflected in the community’s ongoing and enhanced use of the Railway Lands.” Mayor Lee highlighted the vision of both current and previous councillors in planning the project and for the design and delivery by council staff including a focus on community engagement. The project was also financially supported
by the State Government to the tune of $2million. Additional grants were received to include public art that has further enhanced the Railway Lands. “This project has been recognised as best in class nationally and are all very proud of this achievement,” he said. The coveted national award win follows its success at the South Australian state PIA Awards for Excellence in 2017, where the Railway Lands was awarded the Planning Minister’s Award, Plan to Place and Great Place Awards for the planning and development of the community project.
SPORT AT A GLANCE MGNA RESULTS A GRADE Zodiacs 60 (J. Lucas, J. Revill) d Amazons 20 (B. Young, J. Parker); Vicis 62 (M. Richardson, M. Lawson) d Lakes 28 (M. Telford, M. Telford); Intruders 44 (T. Moreland, J. Stocker) d Saints 40 (A. Patzel, M. Ridding); Hobitz 61 (G. Brennan, J. Disselbach) d Nomads 15 (S. Buchanan, R. Dyer) A2 GRADE Vicis 58 (A. Black, K. Earle) d Zodiacs 28 (S. Harfull, S. Smith); Amazons 55 (S. Durbridge, R. Gregory) d Saints 41 (S. Primmer, M. Thorogood); Intruders 49 (B. Bonney, D. Bradbury) d Hobitz 41 (C. Sneddon, E. Mansell) B1 GRADE Intruders Orange 80 (D. Miller, N. Graney) d Zodiacs Gold 34 (M. Sage, C. Haskins); Saints 49 (M. Stephens, R. Hoath) d Zodiacs Blue 12 (S. Young, J. Bowditch); Intruders Black 44 (K. Lock, K. Buck) d Hobitz 22 (T. Rayner, H. Eddlington)
REGIONAL SQUADS SELECTED FOR STATE CHAMPS Selections have been finalised for the South East Zone teams for he Under 15 and Under 18 age groups to compete over the June Long weekend in Adelaide. The South East Zone is made up of players from Lower South East, Naracoorte and Tatiara Hockey Associations. Under 15 Girls Clarry Martin (Coach) & Kaitlyn Nisbet (Assistant) Zara Blackwell; Paige Clark; Ella Clark; Rachel Curtis; Neave Delaney; Jorja Doecke; Charlotte Fiebig; Samara Herpich; Tess Kenseley; Niamh Leishman; Brooke Marcus; Abbey Martin; Lauren Miller; Lauren Montgomery; Sophie Nisbet; Indianna Woodall Under 15 Boys Graeme Millhouse (Coach) Angus Aitken; Jake Anderson; Nicholas Bristow;
B2 GRADE Saints 41 (R. Hoath, N. McNamara) d Intruders Orange 18 (C. Day, K. McCombe); Lakes 43 (A. Hepburn, B. Martin) d Vicis 36 (K. O’Donohoe, S. Theobald); Amazons 38 (B. Howley, A. Tsarchke) d Intruders Black 36 (N. McRae, K. Lamont) C GRADE Zodiacs 40 (R. Franklin, M. Stutley) d Intruders Black 34 (B. Farrelly, M. Levering); Nomads 39 (M. Holtz, A. French) d Intruders Orange 17 (L. Johnson, N. Stevenson); 15 & UNDER A Vicis White 26 (M. Cookson, R. Swann) d Vicis Green 6 (D. THomas, E. Harding); Intruders Orange 27 (E. Pollifrone, I. Homes) d Hobitz Blue 23 (T. Verrity, G. Johns); Intruders Black 63 (I. Goldsmith, A. Papageorgios) d Amazons 5 (C. Pickin, M. Sanders); Hobitz Red 58 (S. Herpich, L. Lamb) d Saints 13 (M. Hosking, T. Jennings) 13 & UNDER A Zodiacs 30 (J. Stutley, A. Innes) d Saints 6 (G. Ferguson, M. Passauer-Jones); Intruders Orange 32 (A. Neumann, C. Costigan) d Vicis 26
(L. McKinnon, S. Wight) 13 & UNDER B Zodiacs Blue 37 (J. Male, T. Leamey) d Vicis 11 (C. Dowdell, M. Stafford); Hobitz Blue 32 (M. Lamb, C. Mackereth) d Zodiacs Gold 10 (K. McKenny, C. Stafford); Intruders 36 (L. Cain, I. Morale) d Hobitz Red 12 (M. Smith, M. Govan) 11 & UNDER Nomads 21 (B. Gregory, Z. Doyle) d Amazons 2 (A. Perry, I. Booth); Zodiacs Gold 7 (E. Chittleborough, S. Miller) d Vicis 0 (R. Saruwaka, B. Barrett); Hobitz Red 5 (R. Milich, Z. Sugden) d Intruders Black 3 (K. Norman, A. Reid); Hobitz White 24 (K. Sims, L. Gordon) d Saints 2 (H. Bartley, C. Douglas); Hobitz Blue 20 (I. Muller, B. Hammond) d Intruders Orange 1 (N. Dycer, K. Cole) 9 & UNDER Zodiacs Gold 19 d Intruders 0; Vicis Green 26 (M. Williamson, A. Mitchell) d Nomads 1 (B. Gregory, M. Wingard); Hobitz Blue 6 d Hobitz Red 3; Vicis White 5 (H. Moore, L. Harris) d Zodiacs Blue 1 (S. McGregor, C. Hunter)
Aiden Cameron; Jesse Dowie; Mason Hill; Angus Langsmith; Caleb Lindsay; Osten Martin; Connor Millhouse; Jack Thomson; Zaiden Tweed; Benjamin Weedon; Angus Widdison Under 18 Girls Lochie Nisbet (Coach) Maddison Clark; Georgia Clarke; Hannah Dinning; Claudia Edmonds; Charlotte Foote (picturd below); Jemma Heraper; Cody Hood; Dana Jones; Cody Lewis; Kaela McKee; Chloe Mackenzie: Brydie Murphy; Maddison Mutch; Emma Ryan; Nikki Taylor Under 18 Boys Greg Cooper (Coach) & Scott Grant (Team Manager) Timothy Boxall; Brayden Burston; Brady Cooper; Patrick deVos; Connor Grant; Ethan Herpich; Daniel Ker; Nathan Kilsby; Harry Maddern; Toby Maddern; Zack Martin; Dylan Montgomery; Dayton Thomas; Reilly Thompson; Rylan Ward & Mitchell Weedon For the Under 13 State Championships the various associations enter their own teams. LSEHA Under 13 Girls • Michael Carne (Coach) Mia Kleinig - Cavaliers; Claire Moore - Redbacks; Lily Delaland - West; Chloe Boylan - Strikers; Zoe Carne - Tigers; Mercedes Theobald - West; Layne Blackwell - Redbacks; Shae Delaney - Redbacks; Grace Degaris - Strikers; Lauren Smith - West; Abbey Hood - Tigers; Brooklyn Hill - Strikers; Imogen Horbury - Strikers; Scarlett Creek - Tigers LSEHA Under 13 Boys • Evan McKee (Coach) Blake Vause - Redbacks; Patrick Langsmith - Strikers; Will Cameron - West; Jack Sharman - Strikers; Jack Leishman - West; Brock Ward - West; BJ Howard West; Tom Howard - West; Ethan Carne - Tigers; Liam Delaney - Strikers; Blake McKee - Tigers; Shaunn Robinson - Tigers; Pattrick Robinson - Tigers; James Miller - Cavaliers; Rhys Earle - Cavaliers
HOCKEY RESULTS The division one competitions in both men adn women had a bye this weekend due to State Championships. RESULTS Division 2 Women West 1 drew with Strikers 1 Division 3 Men Tigers 3 d West 0 Division 3 Women Strikers 4 d Cavaliers 1; Tigers 3 dWest 0 U15 Boys Strikers 6 d Tigers 0 U15 Girls Tigers 4 d West 0 U12 Boys Strikers 4 d Cavaliers 0; Tigers 2 d West 0 U12 Girls Tigers 2 d West 0
SPORTING SNAPSHOTS This week:
Hayden Crowe competed in the School Sports Australia Paciﬁc School Games last month and was assisted with a donation from the Junior Sports Assistance Fund.
Levi Day has overcome some early season mechanical issues to ﬁnally pick up some championship points earlier tihs month in the Ducati Tri-Options Cup.
Mount Gambier athlete Hannah Elliott has been nominated for SA Athletics Female Athlete of the Year. The winner will be announced this Friday night.
Far left (top) - Mercedes Theobald had a great game for West, scoring a goal to give them a 1-0 lead in the drawn Division 2 encounter against West. Far left (bottom) - Anna Mitchell led a resolute defence for Strikers that kept them in the game and gave them the opportunity to draw level in Division 2 Women.
INDOOR BOWLS RESULTS
Former Mount Gambier athlete Bella Stratford has been awarded the Bert Bargeus Medal for the SA Country Female of the Year within the SA Country Basketball Program
KIMBERLY-CLARK AUSTRALIA PENNANTS - ROUND 6 Kilsby Shield RSL & District 54 d Saints 46, Commercial Club d Glencoe forfeit, Glenburnie 74 d Yahl 38, Post-Tel 83 d Kongorong 35. Malseed Shield Blue Lake Bowlers Blue 54 d Moorak Blue 50, Mil Lel 62 d Blue Lake Bowlers White 50, Mt Gambier Bowls Club 74 d Moorak Red 48. Premiership Tables after Round 6 Kilsby Shield Glenburnie 10 points, 164.31%; Post-Tel 10, 163.52; RSL & District 10, 157.69; Saints 6, 115.86; Commercial Club 5, 91.19; Yahl 4, 85.95; Glencoe 3, 48.24; Kongorong 0, 44.95. Malseed Shield Mt Gambier Bowls Club 10, 135.19; Moorak Blue 8, 122.03; Blue Lake Bowlers Blue 8, 117.92; Mil Lel 6, 100.63; Moorak Red 4, 80.91; Blue Lake Bowlers White 0, 63.32.
Brownlow Medallist John Platten will be the special guest at this weekend’s West Gambier Football Club annual sponsors and past players and officials day.
LOCAL SPORT WESTERN BORDER FOOTBALL
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North Gambier 63 (C. Davey, A. Kalantarian) d East Gambier 54 (T. Gray, B. Creek); Millicent 81 (D. Denton, D. Verbena) d South Gambier 54 (G. Hood, T. Buckingham) West Gambier 53) C. Davey. L, McGregor) d Casterton Sandford 50 (A. Shannon, R. Newell)
Port MacDonnell 2.1 4.5 8.13 11.13 (79) Tantanoola 5.2 8.4 9.4 9.8 (62) Goals - Pt Mac: S. Enderl 3; M. Smith, N. Wilke, H. Stevens 2; M. Stark, J. Primer. Tantanoola: J. Williams 2; B. White, C. Saint, G. Ha, R. Osborne, Z. Walker, S. Haniford. Best - Pt Mac: B. McGregor, M. Smith, J. Primer, B. O’Dine, B. Newton, D. McElroy. Tantanoola: S. Haniford, M. Kipping, J. Gould, B. Reilly, Z. Walker, B. Chant. Mt Burr 2.4 6.6 8.11 11.18 (84) Hatherleigh 3.4 9.4 11.6 11.8 (74) Goals - Mt Burr: J. Gregory, J. Dowdy 2; T. Stanley, C. Gamble, T. Renzi, T. Vaderhorst, H. Crauford, D. Ridley. Hatherleigh: no details available. Best - Mt Burr: E. Glass, T. Stanley, D. Bowering, S. Wallis, J. Dowdy, C. Gamble. Hatherleigh: no details available. Robe 3.4 8.10 12.16 17.20 (122) Kongorong 4.2 7.2 7.5 9.7 (61) Goals -Robe: J. Pitt 6; C. Pitt 4; L. Crawford 3; K. Cuthbertson, J. Kelly 2. Kongorong: J. Simkin 4; J. Mullan 2; R. Franchetto, S. Baker, B. Pannenburg. Best - Robe: J. Pitt, C. Pitt, J. Wehl, L. Crawford, J. Kelly. Kongorong: S. Baker, B. Weaver, A. Lightbody, J. Simkin, P. Ellis. Glencoe 9.4 12.11 21.20 28.25 (193) Nangwarry 1.0 3.1 3.1 5.5 (35) Goals - Glencoe: C. Von Duve 8; Z. Cocks, A. Gregory 7; D. Paproth 2; D. Childs, N. Martin, J. Miller, B. Hentschke. Nangwarry: J. Clayfield 2; B. Deamer, J. Virtanen. Best - Glencoe: C. Von Duve, A. Gregory, Z. Cocks, B. Hentschke, T. Edwards, M. McRae. Nangwarry: A. Heron, S. Brooksby, B. Deamer, J. Stratman, D. Smith, A. Hill.
Tantanoola 63 (K. Varcoe, S. Little) d Port MacDonnell 45 (J. Trench, L. Howe-Morgan); Hatherleigh 66 (K. Green, M. Redman) d Mt Burr 51 (L. Baker, L. Schultz); Kongorong 58 (E. Rathjen, K. Earl) d Robe 41 (L. Perkins, G. Hunter); Glencoe 88 (C. Cocks, E. McDiarmid) d Nangwarry 50 (M. Markiewicz, C. Dinnison)
Casterton Sandford 1.6 2.7 6.7 10.9 (69) West Gambier 1.0 4.5 5.8 7.9 (51) Goals - Casterton Sandford: C. Currie 4; T. Clode 2; D. Ayton, T. Nesbitt, C. Jarrad, J. Gibbs. West: B. Wilson 3; S. Zeitz, K. Betts, K. Giddings, R. Kuller. Best - Casterton Sandford: A. Cleary, M. Cummings, C. Currie, B. Guthrie, J. Searle, H. Jarrad. West: T. Lewis, K. Giddings, R. Kuller, D. Clinton-Robbins, K. Betts. East Gambier 4.3 6.5 11.8 14.10 (94) North Gambier 1.1 4.6 8.7 10.8 (68) Goals - East: M. McCallum 3; J. Eldridge, M. Willson, J. McKeon, M. Rumbelow 2; J. Dawe, K. Thomson, M. Bryson. North: T. McLennan 6; M. Telford, N. Moretti, W. Stafford, G. Soper. Best - East: J. Dawe, F. Balshaw, A. Pfeiffer, M. Rumbelow, M. McCallum. North: N. McInerney, J. Schutz, M. Ashby, S. Stafford, F. Marshall, N. Blachut. Millicent 18.10 (118) South Gambier 10.10 (70) Goals - Millicent: M. Duldig 6; D. Bromley, T. Hutchesson, C. Gibbs 2; H. Gordon, H. Smith, H. Nitschke, B. Gibbs, J. Walker. South: B. Kain 6; C. Williams, B. O’Neil, J. Capewell, H,. Capewell. Best - Millicent: H. Gordon, L. Smith, D. Tincknell, M. Duldig, T. Hutchesson, J. Weir. South: T. Opie, A. Harkness, B. Kain, B. O’Neil.
B GRADE Casterton Sandford 8.5 (113) d West Gambier 2.1 (13) North Gambier 9.11 (65) d East Gambier 8.7 (55) Millicent 10.8 (68) d South Gambier 2.4 (16)
UNDER 17.5 Casterton Sandford 6.9 (45) d West Gambier 5.3 (33) East Gambier 12.14 (86) d North Gambier 4.0 (24) South Gambier 11.9 (75) d Millicent 2.5 (17)
UNDER 15 Casterton Sandford 12.11 (83) d Casterton Sandford 3.4 (22) North Gambier 6.3 (39) d East Gambier 2.5 (17) South Gambier 6.11 (47) d Millicent 1.1 (7)
UNDER 13 South Gambier 4.6 (30) d Millicent 1.0 (6) West Gambier 4.8 (32) d Casterton Sandford 2.1 (13)
BULLDOGS SPOIL BLACHUT’S MILESTONE Nick Blachut has been a stalwart of the North Gambier Football Club but an undermanned Tigers, missing key players Sam Egan, Brock Egan and the suspended Hamish Telford, were unable to match it with the reigning premiers, who are still searching for their 2017 form, in the popular Tiger’s 200th game. East got off to a strong start but the Tigers were well in the contest, hitting the front in the third quarter before East rallied and secured the four points. Jack Dawe was the most influential player on the ground, winning a heap of the ball and using it well to set up a number of East’s goals. Mark Rumbelow had a better outing, working well up the ground and getting his hands on the football and providing a good contest, while Alex Pfeiffer continues to be a backline strongman, never beaten one on one and using the ball well out of defence. Flynn Balshaw was impressive in the ruck, defying his size to be the dominant clearance player on the ground, following up his own work time and time again. Blachut made the most of his limited possessions, as he always does, while Nick McInerney battled tirelessly. Tom McLennan’s supply was limited but he made every post a winner, snaring six. West ran Casterton Sandford close for the second time this season but the Cats remain undefeated, while Millicent was clinical in its win over South Gambier Far right - East Gambier’s Nick Lock and North Gambier’s Nick McInerney. PHOTO COURTESY OF FRANK MONGER
A RESERVE East Gambier 48 (L. Harvey, O. Coote) d North Gambier 47 (O. Patzel, E. Stafford); Millicent 44 (S. Serle, T. Sanderson) d South Gambier 34 (B. Bouchier, L. Bruggemann); Casterton Sandford 68 (P. Cameron, H. Rhook) d West Gambier 32 (S. Cummins, L. Fox)
B GRADE East Gambier 48 (B. Davis, L. Cutting) d North Gambier 43 (L. Westhorpe, C. Bruhn); South Gambier 38 (R. Bryant, S. Raedel) d Millicent 36 (M. Varcoe, K. Brown); Casterton Sandford 71 (P. Cameron, T. Cleary) d West Gambier 44 (B. Kuller, J. Lamb)
C GRADE East Gambier 40 (A. Quick, E. Thompson) d North Gambier 33 (S. Braithwaite, Z. Rout); South Gambier 54 (M. Dalton, E. Botha) d Millicent 23 (C. McGuiness, N. Batten); Casterton Sandford 40 (J. Parsons, M. Kurzman) d West Gambier 32 (S. Povey, J. Taylor)
17 & UNDER North Gambier 60 (J. Adams, C. Day) d East Gambier 20 (T. Bosko, S. McKinnon); South Gambier 55 (I. Walker, E. McIntyre 52) d Millicent 52 (H. Nitschke, A. Pratt); West Gambier 71 (A. Egan, H. Witherow) d Casterton Sandford 12 (M. Mutch, D. Crawford)
15 & UNDER A North Gambier 51 (C. Bruhn, L. Engel) d East Gambier 35 (A. Bosko, K. Dempsey); Millicent 58 (M. Haggett, T. Bryant) d South Gambier 15 (T. McShane, M. Thiele); West Gambier 71 (J. Davey, E. Dawe) d Casterton Sandford 11 (C. Galpin, T. McLean)
15 & UNDER B North Gambier 36 (J. Brooks, E. Cruise) d East Gambier 25 (M. Stevens, S. McLean); South Gambier 29 (M. Reid, A. Jones) d Millicent 22 (K. Stuart, Z. Malseed); Casterton Sandford 35 (Z. Crawford, E. Mutch) d West Gambier 33 (Z. Aberle, O. Paine)
13 & UNDER A North Gambier 25 (G. Morello, L. Norman) d East Gambier 21 (I. Corman, A. Sharma); Millicent 32 (P. McRae, R. Kenny) d South Gambier 30 (A. Clayton, A. Duncan); Casterton Sandford 30 (Z. Crawford, E. Jarrad) d West Gambier 26 (C. Duryea, L. Newton)
13 & UNDER B North Gambier 26 (M. Griffiths, A. Collins) d East Gambier 14 (E. Steen, I. Dwyer); Millicent 23 (L. Van Eeden, F. Mackenzie) d South Gambier 10 (J. Jennings, S. Pedler); West Gambier 30 (B. Colbert, J. Heraper) d Casterton Sandford 12 (Z. Hill, S. Hart)
11 & UNDER North Gambier 9 (I. Morello, K. Dellow) d East Gambier 6 (T. Geraghty, L. Lamb); Millicent 19 (J. Hibberd, H. McGrath) d South Gambier 12 (G. Dalton, M. Harrold); Casterton Sandford 19 d West Gambier 9
THIRD QUARTER TURNS GAME IN TIGERS FAVOUR It started as an arm wrestle and at half time it loomed as a nailbiter but North Gambier was able to ramp up the pressure in the third quarter to set up a handy eight goal three quarter time buffer that eventually saw them take the premiership points. After Tenille Gray dominated the opening half, Maddie Whaites and Jordyn Adams found thEir chemistry as a defensive duo and with Ash Kalantarian placing good hands pressure over the feeds and Amanda O’Shaughnessy going step for step with Tarsh McCallum, the Bulldogs lost flow in their attack line and North was able to capitalise through the finishing of Caroline Davey and Ellie Gould. Kaitlin Egan was the key link player in the second half and despite some strong efforts from Bo Creek and Morgan Amy to create turnover ball, East was unable to bridge the gap, despite making inroads a couple of times in the final quarter. South Gambier showed good fight to top the 50 goal mark in their loss to reigning premiers Millicent, while Casterton Sandford fell tantalisingly short of an upset win over West Gambier. PHOTO COURTESY OF FRANK MONGER
B GRADE Port MacDonnell 9.12 (66) d Tantanoola 5.6 (36) Hatherleigh 24.4 (148) d Mt Burr 3.3 (21) Kongorong 20.11 (131) d Robe 0.1 (1) Glencoe 12.10 (82) d Nangwarry 6.3 (39)
SENIOR COLTS Port MacDonnell 18.15 (123) d Tantnaoola 2.9 (21) Hatherleigh 10.4 (64) d Mt Burr 5.2 (32) Kongorong 13.6 (84) d Robe 11.4 (70) Glencoe 16.16 (122) d Nangwarry 6.3 (39)
JUNIOR COLTS Tantanoola 4.9 (33) d Port MacDonnell 2.4 (16) Hatherleigh 11.6 (72) d Mt Burr 2.3 (15) Kongorong 6.3 (39) d Robe 2.3 (15) Glencoe 15.12 (102) d Nangwarry 0.0 (0)
NO SURPRISES IN MSEFL For the second time in three rounds, Port MacDonnell has turned a tight contest into four premiership points, as a three goal to nil final quarter earned the Demons the win over Tantanoola. Coach Ben McGregor led the victory, which was almost derailed by inaccurate finishing. Mt Burr continued to flex its premiership muscle, coming from 13 points down at three quarter time to secure a 10 point victory over Hatherleigh. Jake Pitt and Craig Pitt continue to dominate for the Roosters, who secured the expected comfortable win over Kongorong. Jake slotted six and Craig, four, scoring more between them than the entire Kongorong team. Glencoe got the job done over Nangwarry, with Clay Von Duve having a day out with a best on ground performance and an eight goal haul.
East Gambier’s Sarah Lock takes possession.
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A RESERVE Port MacDonnell 58 (H. Smith, A. Byrne) d Tantanoola 33 (J. Matthews, E. Turley); Hatherleigh 70 (D. Smith, L. Walker) d Mt Burr 32 (S. Westerman, E. Falting); Kongorong 36 (A. Anderson, N. Collins) d Robe 28 (A. Grimes, K. Moore); Glencoe 61 (E. Kennon, C. June) d Nangwarry 41 (M. Trestrail, T. James)
B GRADE Port MacDonnell 45 (C. Lewis, E. Stevens) d Tantanoola 39 (D. White, K. Johnson); Hatherleigh 27 d Mt Burr 19 (B. Medhurst, A. Lambert); Robe 40 (A. Kunze, L. Peel) d Kongorong 28 (R. Perry, K. Long); Glencoe 54 (S. Auld, H. Greenfield) d Nangwarry 30 (P. Tawera, K. Shepherd)
B RESERVE Tantanoola 34 (E. Jennings, A. Ballintyne) d Port MacDonnell 29 (A. Feast, J. Davis); Hatherleigh 35 (A. Haines, F. Jackman) d Mt Burr 29 (M. Anderson, L. Watts); Kongorong 56 (M. Bowering, C. Weaver) d Robe 25 (A. Sawyer, K. Briggs); Glencoe 63 (A. Cocks, S. McDonnell) d Nangwarry 21 (S. Skratek, T. Shepherd)
17 & UNDER Tantanoola 51 (G. Clarke, C. McCallum) d Port MacDonnell 31 (N. Fensom, E. Leggett); Mt Burr 45 (S. Falting, L. Corman) d Hatherleigh 35 (S. Gibbs, L. MacGregor); Robe 89 (H. Carter, K. Faulkner-Hunt) d Kongorong 8 (A. Formosa, A. Elsworthy); Glencoe 63 (K. Medhurst, D. Trotter) d Nangwarry 43
15 & UNDER Port MacDonnell 44 (M. Black, M. Rossgregor) d Tantanoola 15 (T. Patzel, E. Clarke); Mt Burr 49 (L. Baker, J. Hayward) d Hatherleigh 34 (I. Marshall, R. Nettle); Robe 30 (M. Hayes, K. Newton) d Kongorong 28 (M. Kilsby, M. Sutherland); Glencoe 49 (T. Medhurst, P. Trotter) d Nangwarry 16 (H. Vanderhorst, K. Button-Sander)
13 & UNDER Tantanoola 30 (T. Rowe, D. Hateley) d Port MacDonnell 9 (G. Jacob, E. Kerr); Hatherleigh 56 (L. Haines, C. Owen) d Mt Burr 22 (M. Johnston, M. Holland); Kognorong 34 (K. Wright, E. Grouse) d Robe 23 (J. Moore, G. Wirth); Glencoe 56 (A. Tentye, Z. Johnston) d Nangwarry 15
SCORING FRENZY FOR MURPHIES Experienced campaigners Keston Green and Maddy Redman led Hatherleigh to a solid win over a gallant Mt Burr at the weekend. Green used her smarts and timing on the move to earn plenty of scoring opportunities, while Redman created plenty of turnover ball and applied relentless pressure to the Mossies goalers. Turnovers were also the order of the day in Tantanoola’s win over Port MacDonnell, which was built on the play reading ability of Simone Little, who went hunting all day to either create the interception or put doubt into the minds of the Demons feeders. Murphies shooters Chantelle Cocks and Ebony McDiarmid had a day out, netting 88 goals against Nangwarry, while Kongorong played consistently across four quarters to ensure a comfortable victory over Robe.
LOCAL SPORT KNT FOOTBALL A GRADE Mundulla 2.2 5.9 13.13 19.15 (129) Lucindale 3.1 5.4 8.5 9.5 (59) Goals- Mundulla: H. Thorpe 6; J. Hinge, T. McIntyre 3; N. Mosey, J. McGrice, L. Wiese, N. Gregurke. Lucindale: T. Logan 5; N. Cane 2; S. Mardling, S. Graetz. Best - Mundulla: N. Mosey, J. Mcgrice, H. Thorpe, M. Young, W. Nankivell, D. Ridgway. Lucindale: S. Logan, D. Ogilvie, S. Mardling, S. Graetz, D. McCarthy, A. McCarthy. Bordertown 3.0 6.5 7.12 10.14 (74) Kingston 2.5 3.7 5.9 7.9 (51) Goals - Bordertown: J. Searle 3; N. Hampel, T. Underwood 2; B. Foulds, L. Weatherald, T. Devitt. Kingston: B. Warner 2; F. Murdock, H. Lawries, M. Wakefield, C. Healy, S. Robertson. Best - Bordertown: J. Searle, S. Copestick, R. Tink, B. Foulds, L. Weatherald, B. Lodewyk. Kingston: S. Robertson, J. Branson, W. Goode, B. Warner, L. Exton. Keith 5.0 7.6 11.9 16.10 (106) Kybybolite 3.1 6.1 8.4 10.5 (65) Goals - Keith: B. Simounds 7; P. Makin 4; L. Wilhelm 3; B. Laurie, H. Wilhlem. Kybybolite: L. McGregor 4; B. Munn 2; M. Tonkin, B. Castine, S. Shepherd, W. Stewart. Best - Keith: B. Laurie, P. Makin, B. Simounds, G. Thring, G. Johnson, T. Geyer. Kybybolite: T. Woodard, L. McGregor, B. Munn, M. Tonkin, D. Warren, E. Owen. Penola 2.1 9.3 14.6 15.7 (97) Naracoorte 1.2 3.2 6.5 9.8 (62) Goals - Penola: B. Foster 4; S. Berkefeld 3; J. Nysten, J. Mansell 2; S. Jackman, S. Merrett, B. Gartner, D. Hackwill. Naracoorte: C. Ladhams 3; S. Willson 2; J. MacDonald, J. Bettoncelli, J. Sellars, D. Albrecht. Best - Penola: S. Berkefeld, B. Foster, L. Walker, J. Galpin, S. Jackman, J Mansell. Naracoorte: J. Bettoncelli, S. Willson, B. Foster, J. Cother, J. Moss, K. Jacobs. Kaniva Leeor 2.3 9.5 12.10 18.15 (123) Padthaway 2.4 3.7 6.10 8.12 (60) Goals - Kaniva Leeor: C. Hitchcock, C. De Visser 5; N. Murphy 4; T. Stribling, D. Natt, J. Jarred, A. Brown. Padthaway: T. Edwards 3; C. Marshall, D. Bartlett, L. Harder, S. Townsend, T. Moyle-Read. Best -Kaniva Leeor: C. De Visser, T. Stribliung, J. Larocca, S. Vivian, N. Bowles, L. Vivian. Padthaway: T. Michael, J. McCarthy, B. Leahy, S. Townsend, A. Longbottom, D. Koch.
B GRADE Mundulla 17.18 (120) d Lucindale 2.10 (22) Bordertown 12.15 (87) d Kingston 2.8 (20) Kybybolite 7.8 (50) d Keith 2.6 (18) Naracoorte 11.6 (72) d Penola 8.7 (55) Kaniva Leeor 16.21 (117) d Padthaway 3.3 (21)
SENIOR COLTS Mundulla 11.7 (73) d Padthaway/Lucindale 5.3 (33) Kingston 11.12 (78) d Bordertown 2.1 (13) Kybybolite 14.7 (91) d Keith 0.1 (1) Penola 14.7 (91) d Naracoorte 3.3 (21)
JUNIOR COLTS Kingston 9.9 (63) d Bordertown 3.4 (22) Kybybolite 8.8 (56) d Keith 0.0 (0) Naracoorte 7.8 (50) d Penola 1.1 (7) Padthaway/Lucindale 9.6 (80) d Kaniva Leeor 0.0 (0)
PIONEERS RETURN FROM TASSIE EMPTY-HANDED
The road trip to Tasmania is always a tough one and when your captain, key playmaker and NBL recruit are all unavailable, it makes it even tougher. That was the scenario facing the Castec Rural Supplies Mount Gambier Pioneers and with no Tom Daly, Brad Hill or Majok Deng, taking on the highly fancied Hobart Chargers in the first leg of the road double loomed as a challenge at best. The match was a genuine arm wrestle with Hobart never leading by more than eight, a lead established early in the second quarter, and the Pioneers, never enjoying more than a six point buffer – that margin coming late in the third. With a minute to play the scores were still locked away, 104 apiece, but Mathiang Muo had ice running through his veins as he converted two free throws to snatch with win with 12 seconds to play. It was temporary replacement Tim Coenraad and import Luke Thomas that kept the Pioneers in touch in the opening stanza and the early signs were they were the only viable avenues to the basket and despite Coenraad ripping the second quarter to shreds with a 13 point effort, the support started to come and the perimeter shooting of Erik Burdon, Kane De Wit and Kyle Tipene started to have an impact on the scoreboard. After trailing by one at the first break, the Pioneers then enjoyed that lead at the half. Coenraad continued to be the star, hitting a three with only six seconds played in the third, as the Pioneers started to mix up their offence and find alternate avenues to score. Luke Jamieson hit his first points and started to loom as a factor, while Burdon and De Wit again hit the scoreboard from three point territory and with a quarter to play, the Pioneers held a slender two point lead. The Charger captain, Craig Moller, fired off a three to start the last and from that point on it was literally a basket for basket contest with the Chargers with their noses in front when it counted most. Jamieson lifted in the last, scoring nine of his 14 points, but in the end, all that mattered was the Chargers had the lead when the final buzzer sounded. The tightness of the contest was reflected in the stats sheet with nothing separating the two
Lucindale 62 Mundulla 57 Bordertown 63 (N Twigden, T Poulton) d Kingston 45 (B Clarke, A Hagel) Keith 53 (C DeBarro, M Harper) d Kybybolite 36 (N Bruce-Gordon, M Moss) Naracoorte 62 (A Donnelly, S Henschke) d Penola 42 (S Skeer, E Winter) K/L United 75 (N Ervin, S Bennett) d Padthaway 48 (L Fischer, K Moyle-Read)
A RESERVE Lucindale 51 d Mundulla 36 Bordertown 58 d Kingston 40 (N Pink, C Burns) Keith 56 d Kybybolite 35 (C Allen, L Sandercock) Penola 56 (K Honner, T Galpin) d Naracoorte 46 (C McElroy, A Hunter) K/L United 63 (T Peoples, M Maddern) d Padthaway 27 (S Dolling, J Dempster)
B GRADE Lucindale 60 d Mundulla 46 Keith 77 (A Eriksen, E Millhouse) d Kybybolite 11 (M Hutchesson, S Schultz) Naracoorte 68 (M Pretolve, A Harris) d Penola 27 (N Hayes, A Ey) Padthaway 46 (D Woodman, M Dickenson) d K/L United 22 (H Grosser, E Hodges)
C GRADE Mundulla 43 d Lucindale 28 Kingston 53 (T Armfield, E Burpee) d Bordertown 30 Keith 41 (H Harper, T Verco) d Kybybolite 35 (J Pilkington, E Dennerley) Penola 45 (S Pitt, K Braun) d Naracoorte 33 (M Clark, B Romer) K/L United 45 (Z Fisher, F Finlayson) d Padthaway 28 (M Moyle-Read, J Kakoschke)
17 & UNDER Lucindale 65 d Mundulla 34 Kingston 34 (E Wright, J Daniel) d Bordertown 24 (S Shillabeer, M Rodda) Kybybolite 74 (F Russell, EJ Leehane) d Keith 31 (N Gericke, T Cox) Naracoorte 54 (B Harris, S Miles) d Penola 49 (J Lucas, K Dent)
16 & UNDER Mundulla 57 d Lucindale 54 Bordertown 59 (H Weatherald, Z Hawker) d Kingston 23 Ketih 37 d Kybybolite 31 (M Nolan, E Grimsal) Naracoorte 41 (L Henschke, G Collins) d Penola 27 (I Venables, K Skeer)
15 & UNDER Lucindale 46 d Mundulla 34 Bordertown 58 d Kingston 5 (J Vanstone, I Drabsch) Keith 55 (P Jones, E Llewellyn) d Kybybolite 26 (C Redman, A Malone) Penola 61 (G Winter, A Henry) d Naracoorte 28 (K Mohammadi, B Waihape)
13 & UNDER A Bordertown 26 d Kingston 20 (A Drabsch, K Pilmore) Keith 40 (I Ross, M McAuley) d Kybybolite 21 (A Sengsounith, C Rata) Naracoorte 52 (T Brunt, C duRand) d Penola 32 (S Flint, T Porter) K/L United 40 (B Gordon, E Palmer) d Padthaway 20 (A Schuz, G Buick)
13 & UNDER B Bordertown 14 d Kingston 6 (D Miller,J Mules) Keith 22 (T Jones, M Rayson) d Kybybolite 3 (R Sambell, K Rata) Naracoorte 23 d Penola 8 (A Morton, S O’Brien) Padthaway 21 d K/L United 18
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sides in terms of field goal percentage, three point shooting and rebounding. It was a performance that would have heartened coach Richard Hill, knowing if his side can get some more wins under their belt, create some momentum and also welcome back the missing stars, they can mix it with the best and will still be a contender. The 10 point loss to the more lowly ranked North West Tasmania the following night was a stinging blow and all came down to a sluggish start. The Pioneers trailed by 12 at the first change and despite a last quarter surge, had left themselves too much work to do against a fresh line-up. The Pioneers return to the Icehouse this Friday night to host the bottom ranked and winless Canberra Gunners. RESULTS Hobart 108 d Mount Gambier 106 (T. Coenraad 39; L. Thomas 25; E. Burdon 15; L. Jamieson 14; K. De Wit 8; K. Tipene 5); North West Tasmania 87 d Mount Gambier 77 (T. Coenraad 21; L. Thomas 20; E. Burdon 17; L. Jamieson 7; K. De Wit, K. Tipene 6) Above - Luke Thomas continues to be the injury ravaged Pioneers most consistent performer. Left - Skipper Tom Daly’s return can’t come soon enough for the Mount Gambier Pioneers.
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