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SERVING THE COMMUNITY FOR 40 YEARS When then Mount Gambier Mayor Arch Sealey welcomed Mount Gambier’s newest service club – the Lioness Club of Mount Gambier – into existence in 1978 he spoke some prophetic words. “I am sure that we, of the City of Mount Gambier, can expect from this group of ladies, the same enthusiasm and the same high ideals that is evident in other service groups,” Mayor Sealey said. “I am certain the example and drive which has been evident by the Lions Club of Mount Gambier, will be injected into this club. I have no doubt the members will accept the challenge and become a very virile force in our community. I do wish the elected president, officers and members a successful future and an abundance of good fellowship.” Forty years later, as almost 100 Lionesses and their partners celebrated the club’s impressive milestone at a high tea at Mount Gambier’s City Hall, is was clear the Lioness Club of Mount Gambier is still going strong and has
contributed to the local community arguably even more than Mayor Sealey envisaged. T he club’s inaugural president Claire Welch was on hand for the celebrations and fittingly cut the anniversary cake. “In the mid 1960s, I helped with an afternoon tea for Lions and snuck in and listened to the guest speaker and thought what a wonderful organisation and how great it would be to be involved in something like that,” Mrs Welch said. A Lioness Club was still a few years off but Claire seemed destined to be the inaugural president, not just because of her already extensive volunteering history through the YMCA and Red Cross, but because her brother was district governor at the time the campaign to set up a club gained momentum. It was on June 3 in 1978 that the Lioness Club of Mount Gambier came into being with a huge function at The Barn that attracted more than 200 people, including Lioness Club
representatives from Victoria and Adelaide. There were 20 members in that 1978 club and at its height the club has boasted 40 members. What hasn’t changed, is the long list of community activities and projects, in which the club is involved. They volunteer their time and expertise at the Regional Foodbank, they instigated the library delivery service, they knit Chemo beanies for the hospital, the assist in the Sunset Kitchen, they host garden days, man Bunnings barbecues, offer a Christmas wrapping service, volunteer across a range of roles at the Mount Gambier Eisteddfods, provide manpower for the Lucindale Field Days and a host of catering jobs, as well as creating more than 300 emergency hospital packs for the hospital for patients looking for those essentials and comforts of home. In fact, it was one of those hospital packs that helped recruit one of the club’s newest members – Wil Cousins – who is basically celebrating her one year anniversary as a Lioness, just as her home club celebrated its 40th anniversary. Wil had not long moved to Mount Gambier when she suffered a serious ankle injury that saw up to five broken bones. Stuck in hospital, Wil received a Lioness emergency hospital pack and the rest is history. “I was looking for ways to get involved in the community and this seemed almost meant to be,” Wil said. “I took a few months to get back on my feet but then I contacted the club, went
to three meetings and decided to join.” Wil has helped out with most of the Lioness projects over the course of her year and while she says it can be exhausting, she loves it. “I have enjoyed every minute of it,” Wil said. “I have made the most wonderful new friends.” Friendship was also what motivated long time member Wynne Turner to be involved. “I was widowed quite young and my daughter was away at
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university and the boys were grown up and I hadn’t worked through the majority of my life and all of a sudden I was on my own,” Wynne said. “A friend who had just moved to Mount Gambier was a Lioness and she encouraged me to come along to a meeting and I did. I thought it would give me some company and direction.” And that’s exactly what it has done, with Wynne now one of them most passionate advocates for the service club and trying to attract new members. Current club president Gayle Green is also a long serving member, originally inducted in 1984 but having some time away when she was running her own business. “Lionesses have been like an extended family for me,” Said Gayle, who was also widowed during her time as a Lioness. “I had to put myself back out there and I love the aspect of serving the community.” As of the 40th anniversary celebrations, the club has topped half a million dollars in fundraising and has built up a past and present membership of more than 120. Above (bottom left) - All the past & present Lioness Club of Mount Gambier members that attended the weekend 40th anniversary celebrations. Above (top) - Current president Gayle Green shared cake cutting duties with inaugural president and charter member Claire Welch. Cont. page 8
ROTARY ART SHOW KICKS OFF KELPIE MUSTER THIS THURSDAY “Mate”, a gorgeous watercolour by Kerry Knight, was the winner of the People’s Choice Award at the 2017 True Blue Rotary Art Show in Casterton Who will take home the top prize this year? Discover the incredible artwork and more at this year’s True Blue’Art Show in Casterton this June long weekend. With more than 112 entries, a new show record, this year promises to be bigger and better than ever before. Opening night and prize presentation will take place this Thursday at 6.30pm, including the official opening of the 2018 Australian Kelpie Muster. The Art Show is housed at the Casterton Town Hall and is on display all weekend.
LATEST FLOOD RECOVERY WORKS GET UNDERWAY IN COLERAINE Flood recovery works continue across the Southern Grampians Shire and last week works ommenced on the Bryan Creek walking track in Coleraine. Works to be completed include restoration of damage to culverts, scouring, repair of track surface and replacement of materials. The tender was awarded to Hamilton Bobcat, and the works, due for completion by the end of July (weather dependent) are valued at approximately $32,000.
WORKSHOP TO FOCUS ON CUSTOMER SERVICE TAFE SA is holding a Town Ambassador Program workshop this Wednesday, from 6.30pm to 9.30pm at the Visitor Information Centre, MacDonnell Street, Naracoorte. The Town Ambassador Program brings together individuals who are proud of their region and customer service focused. The workshop is designed to provide your customers with a positive experience when engaging with your business or organisation and to encourage visitors to stay another day. Fee is $20 per person. For more information and to apply contact Julie-Ann Thompson email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone (08)8735 1555.
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NEW FUNDING FOR SCHOOL CHAPLAIN PROGRAM Member for Barker Tony Pasin is pleased to announce that the Coalition Government has backed school chaplains across Australia with hundreds of millions of dollars in new funding. The Turnbull Government has announced its ongoing support of the National School Chaplaincy Program, which provides vital pastoral care services to thousands of students and school communities across Australia. Mr Pasin said the Coalition Government’s 2018-19 Budget extended the National School Chaplaincy Program on a permanent basis and backed it with an extra $247 million. “I know the valuable work school chaplains do in Barker and that’s why I lobbied the Minister to extend funding for this vital program,” Mr Pasin said. “There are 88 schools across Barker and eight here in Mount Gambier, including Melaleuca Park Primary School, that will benefit from this funding boost so that chaplains can continue their vital role supporting the health and wellbeing of young people. I’ve seen firsthand the positive impact the National School Chaplaincy Program has here in Barker and the strong community support behind it. The Coalition Government’s plan to build a stronger economy means we can guarantee the essential services Australians rely on like the school chaplains program.” Minister for Education and Training Simon Birmingham said the school chaplains program would also have a greater focus on bullying. “A focus on bullying, specifically cyberbullying, will see school chaplains required to undertake training in this area to ensure they are fully equipped to deal with the challenges in the school community,” Minister Birmingham said. “This funding will also mean school chaplains can continue to provide important pastoral care and run programs such as breakfast clubs and other volunteer activities within their school communities. Over the last year over 1000 schools and families have written, called and emailed me expressing their support for the program and shared the stories of the work of school chaplains in their local communities. Above - Tony Pasin MP with Rob Berlin (Melaleuca Park Primary School Chaplain) and Lynette Corletto (Principal of Melaleuca Park Primary), giving the ‘Thumbs Up for School Chaplaincy’
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SERVING THE COMMUNITY FOR 40 YEARS A DECADE LONG WAIT IS OVER After more than a decade of campaigning, the hard work and determination of the Casterton community will come to fruition next weekend with the official opening of the Australian Kelpie Centre. The $1.5 million building will be officially opened at the 2018 Australian Kelpie Muster festivities this Saturday, by Member for Wannon Dan Tehan, who secured more than $650,000 of Federal funding to realise the project. The Henty Street facility, situated in the heart of the Kelpie Trail, includes a Visitor Information Centre, meeting spaces, amenities and an interpretative display showcasing the history of the FROM PAGE 4 The volunteer hours the club has given are basically too many to count, with major past projects like the Mayoress Family Fun Day and Mil Lel Dance catering all part of how the Lionesses have become an integral part of the community. They are marshals at the Mount Gambier Christmas Parade, the coordinate the Youth of the Year competitions and they work side by side, not just with Lions, but all service clubs – the most recent example being the Rotary District Conference – to ensure community events run seamlessly. More photos from the high tea celebrations will be featured in next week’s Lifestyle1. John & Claire Welch
Above - Wil Cousins, Gayle Green & Wynne Turner.
Kelpie working dog. Mayor Cr Anita Rank said the centre was believed to be the world’s only dog museum. “The story of Casterton and its rich cultural heritage will now be showcased for generations to come thanks to the highly successful Kelpie branding efforts of the local community. It is an exciting milestone for the region,” she said. “Casterton’s identity as the birthplace of the Kelpie is iconic and this purpose built centre will draw visitors from right across the world to share in this fascinating history, opening the door to a new visitor economy in the town. It is only fitting that we officially open this building on the weekend that we celebrate all things Kelpie at the Australian Kelpie Muster, allowing event goers to visit this centre over the June long weekend and learn more about the working dog story.” Casterton Kelpie Association president and Glenelg Shire councillor Karen
Stephens anticipates record visitation to this year’s muster due to its growing media profile. “We were fortunate enough to have Channel 10’s popular current affairs program The Project produce a segment last year on the origins of the Kelpie and our annual Australian Kelpie Muster festivities,” she said. “The segment was aired to homes across Australia and went viral on social media, reaching more than 220,000 views, demonstrating just how strong the appetite is for our working dog story. In light of this national media success, I suspect we will welcome even more Kelpie enthusiasts to our region across the June long weekend to join in the celebrations of canine cleverness.” The official opening of the Australian Kelpie Centre will take place from 9am his Saturyda outside the building’s entrance at 139 Henty Street, Casterton. Left - Cr Karen Stephens & Member for Wannon Dan Tehan. Above - The soon to be opened Australian Kelpie Centre.
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Spacious two bedroom townhouse within CBD limits. Large kitchen/meals/ dining, both bedrooms with built in robes, private rear court yard!
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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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8 Bell Street, Port MacDonnell
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.
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33 Stiles Street
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14 acres (approx). Beautiful 14 acre property located just 10km (approx) from the city. 4 bedrooms, 3 with B.I.R’s. Renovated kitchen, beautifully restored polished timber boards. 8kw solar, brand new boundary fencing & a HUGE shed.
15 Gardiner Terrace
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5 Hilltop Avenue
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77 Wireless Road West
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• Reception Area with R/C Air Con • Two Offices & store room • Share kitchen facilities & toilets • 3 Car parking Spaces • Approximately 73 Square meters • Access from James Street • POA
• Approximately 86.4 metres square • Large open flexible floor plan • Separate kitchen/storage • Rear parking area • Separate store area
• Approx. 54 metres square • Large open flexible floor plan • Front and rear access to building • Separate kitchenette with gas hot water service • Rear parking area • Store Room • POA
• 53 Commercial Street East • 3B Mitchell Street
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21-23 AVON ST, MT GAMBIER
470 ATTAMURRA RD, WORROLONG
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
BRETT EXELBY 0458 548 756 10 GWENDOLINE ST, MT GAMBIER
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3 RYAN AVE, MT GAMBIER
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BRETT EXELBY 0458 548 756 15 REDWOOD AVE, MT GAMBIER
10 LILA CRES, NENE VALLEY
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DAMIAN VENN 0438 904 771
208 PELICAN POINT RD, PELICAN POINT
3005 LAKE TERRACE, MT GAMBIER
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10 ARAMANTA DR, MT GAMBIER
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SALES Vicki Quinn 0417 804 782 | Phoebe Douglas 0422 943 534 RECEPTION Denise Mitselburg 08 8725 4225 PROPERTY MANAGEMENT Jo Gibbs 0437 902 438 Lisa Yeates Emma Beare
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332 Cafpirco Road
21 Turnbull Drive
OPEN SUNDAY 11.00 - 11.45AM 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. 7A Lansell Street
81 Wehl Street North
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.
25 Blackall Street
23 Jardine Street
BOASTING AN IDEAL LOCATION & INDIVIDUALITY Looking for something just that little bit different but don’t want to compromise on location? Oozing the ambience of a chalet rarely seen in this area. This quirky four bedroom home offers delightful outlooks to lush green foliage from just about every room. Multi level living areas provide plenty of space to be on your own while the lounge and dining rooms are lovely spaces for family entertaining. All bedrooms are a good size and the main offers a roomy ensuite and built in robes.
83 Bay Road
ROOM FOR THE BOAT, THE VAN AND MUCH MUCH MORE Over 2 allotments approx. 1475m2 in total, situated close to the city centre. Mount Gambier stone home comprised of 3 bedrooms all a great size and with built in robes. Retro features throughout, spacious lounge with woodheating. Large dining room. Kitchen with induction cooktop and stainless steel dishwasher. Sparkling main bathroom with separate toilet. 45000 Litres of rain water plumbed to house.
18 Greenridge Drive
A GREAT STARTER AT A BUDGET PRICE Not your average size. This solid home comprises of 4 bedrooms, 3 with built in robes. Renovated bathroom with separate toilet. 2 spacious living areas. Freshly painted and new carpet throughout Kitchen with new gas cooker. Large windows allow for plenty of natural light. Garage under main roof with internal access. Plus rear yard access to carport with high clearance. All this for the low price of $179,000. Get in quick for this one.
2 Max Young Drive
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!
33 Wyatt Street
$450,000 - $460,000
SOLD 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.
67 Lake Terrace East
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
4 Winfield Court
SUPERB QUALITY THROUGHOUT Immaculately presented 3/4 bedroom home situated in Max Young Park. Offering spacious formal and informal living areas. Large timber kitchen with gas cooking, dishwasher, WIP & loads of bench space. Every room of this quality home is big. Gorgeous timber windows with disappearing screens overlook manicured gardens both front & rear. Sliding door leads to the outdoor undercover entertaining area which is completely private.
2/29 Victoria Terrace
OUTSTANDING INNER CITY LIVING – INSPECTION BY APPOINTMENT ONLY Vicki Quinn Real Estate is proud to present this beautifully build stone home, situated in the inner city of Mount Gambier. Walking distance to local coffee shops, restaurants, Railway Lands, parks and much more. Whether you’re a professional couple, retiree or simply looking to down size, this one ticks all the boxes. Klas Bild kitchen, with waterfall end to floor laminate Dimond gloss benchtops, soft closing doors, Omega appliances with gas cooking, dishwasher, conventical microwave oven, Fisher & Paykel fridge/ freezer, Blanco silgranit double sink this kitchen is sure to impress.
3 Ellard Street
LOOKING FOR YOUR FIRST HOME? THIS IS IT! This affordable solid 3-bedroom home is great for the first home buyers. Original open kitchen/ dining with slow combustion heating. Large lounge room with reverse cycle air conditioner. Bathroom with separate toilet. 12 month old water softener. Solar hot water. Large back yard with garden shed.
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16 Gaden Street
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.
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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
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27/184 Jubilee Highway West
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.
PRIVATE, PEACEFUL & PERFECT This appealing unit will ideally suit anyone looking for a low maintenance, exciting lifestyle being only a couple of minutes’ walk to the main street & equally as close to the bustling cafes & restaurants. The why to buy: • 2 spacious bedrooms • Master bedroom has a built-in robe • Fully renovated bathroom with separate toilet • Delightful kitchen with gas cooking & spacious pantry • Open plan kitchen, lounge/ dining • Mitsubishi Reverse cycle split system • LED lighting
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44a Gray Street, Mount Gambier www.bluelakerealestate.com.au email@example.com
9 Gemstone Court, Mount Gambier
Kathryn Weddell-Lucas SALES
Silvia Howlett ADMINISTRATION
Stacey Johnston LEASING
Lydia Lancaster-Hill ADMINISTRATION ASSISTANT
0457 759 788
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Tastefully renovated awaiting a new owner Lounge room with new split system air conditioner Updated bathroom Brand new kitchen with quality appliances including a dishwasher
$239,000 • New laundry and linen cupboard to match the kitchen • New floor coverings, window furnishings and light fittings throughout • Freshly painted interior • Single iron garage & easy care gardens
Three bedrooms, two with built in robes Living room with gas heating Updated ktichen Rear sunroom/second living or fourth bedroom
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High rise living at its best Quality apartment with neutral tones Set over two levels with fantastic views over the city Two bedrooms each with walk in robe Two bathrooms and three toilets
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2 Higgs Street, Mount Gambier
$195,000 • L shaped living/dining with split system air conditioner plus ceiling fan • Functional kitchen, with electric cooking, overlooking the pergola • Bathroom with separate shower and bath • Lovely paved pergola
9 Blyth Street
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3003/7 Lake Terrace West
9 Neilson Street, Penola
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
• What an opportunity! • A thriving store in the township of Allendale East. Twenty minutes to Mount Gambier and ten minutes to the beach. • Two business in one with the shop front providing a post office outlet, fuel, tobacco, take away food, general grocery and hardware items, bait and tackle. • The second business is a gold mine – a fantastic dive shop offering divers air plus wet suit hire or purchase. • Open 7 days a week • The freehold also includes a two bedroom home attached to the store. This is the perfect opportunity for a family wanting their own business! • Further information is available through Blue Lake Real Estate.
6 Boucaut Street, Mount Gambier
FREEEHOLD AND BUSINESS. ALLENDALE EAST GENERAL STORE AND DIVE SHOP
• No need to build, this is the home you have been waiting for • Main bedroom with walk in robe and ensuite • Three further bedrooms with built in robes and desks • Designated office area with built in desk • Fantastic kitchen with modern appliances • Three separate living areas • Gas ducted heating • Ducted vacuuming • Two pergolas, rear yard access, pad for caravan or boat • Solar panels – the list is endless! Inspect today
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• Situated on a corner allotment of 744m2 • Updated kitchen with dishwasher & gas cooking • L shaped dining/living room with polished timber floors & split system air conditioner • Separate rumpus room
2 Gambier Street, Tarpeena
$179,000 • Single car garage plus sundry shedding • Close to school, kindergarten and local shopping • Property will be professionally painted prior to settlement as part of the sale price
$49,500 • Large corner allotment • Access from Gambier Street and Riddoch Hwy plus private lane access giving plenty of scope in regards to placement of your new home and shedding. • Almost 3000m2
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• Opposite Tarpeena Hall and football oval • House and land packages available through GJ Gardner Homes • House picture for illustration purposes only
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BUSY LAUNDROMAT IN MAIN STREET LOCATION • Well established and long serving business • 12 Washing Machines - 9 Dryers • (Including a maxi washer and extra-large dryer) • Soap Powder Box and Modern Coin Changer • Large folding bench - seating - table & chairs • Operating 7 days a week - 7am to 10pm • Security Camera's - Allocated car parking • Ongoing regular local clientele • Self-sufficient business with many possibilities
$50,000 Helen Cleves 8725 8037
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9 Ralston Road
Warehouse & Offices Allotment 3705m2 Warehouse 1520m2 Offices 114m2. Modern Offices with A/C, Data points, Phone lines, M&F Change rooms & toilets. High clearance Insulated roof, Fitted out with Fire Safety Equipment, Fully Alarmed
Graeme Cleves 0419 806 410
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7 LIVINGSTON STREET MT GAMBIER 3 BED I 1 BATH I 1 CAR LOCATION, CLASSY, PERFECT $255,000 - $265,000 Be impressed and inspect this renovated home located close to schools, shops and sporting ovals. New counrty kitchen, dishwasher 5 burner stove. Stunning bathroom with floor to ceiling tiles, polished floor boards, open lounge, central gas heating & main bedroom with wir.
97-99 SUTTONTOWN RD MT GAMBIER 4 BED | 1 BATH | 4 CAR
2 GEMSTONE COURT MT GAMBIER 4 BED I 2 BATH I 2 CAR
BRAND NEW, DREAM HOME
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.
Luxurious 4 bedroom home ideal for people with a busy lifestyle. Offering superb quality and modern open living. Abundance of natural light. Turn key finish with new owner need walk in and enjoy. Ducted reverse cycle air conditioning. . Kitchen includes stone benchtops, soft close draws. Wet areas with stunning finishes. Enclosed patio area. Double garage umr with caravan access on the side. Nearing completion this property is a must to inspect.
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.
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.
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.
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.
4 YAHL ROAD YAHL 3 BED I 1 BATH I 2 CAR A COUNTRY LIFE $365,000 Take a look at this charming home, loved and built by its present owners. Set on a large allotment measuring 3,326 sq/m and featuring, fruit trees, vines, vegeatble garden, chook shed and fully fenced for animals and children to stay safe.
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.
113 STONY FLAT ROAD WANDILO 7/8 BED I 3 BATH I 9 CAR
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20 O’LEARY RD MT GAMBIER 3 BED | 1 BATH | 1 CAR O’LEARY ON THE PARK FROM $275,000 Attention first home owners, investors and retirees, these home and land packages are ideal for you. With stage 1 sold prior to marketing. We can now offer stage 2. Two of mt gambiers leading building companies are offering turn key finishes at prices everyone can afford.
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Every few years a property of this grandeur and size comes on to the mount gambier market. Set on an elevated site on a 10 acre property, only minutes from mount gambier, and having commanding 360 degree views over the surrounding district. There is premier residence with which has undergone a major refurnishment in recent years, plus a renovated stand alone 3 or 4 bedroom cottage ideal for parents, teenagers, small business or family and friends.
COUNTRY FAMILY HOME $569,500 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.
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YOU CAN’T BEAT EXPERIENCE & LOCAL KNOWLEDGE John Stott has more than 25 years experience in the real estate industry in this region, an impressive selling resume and a swag of glowing testimonials from repeat clients who always turn to him to get the job done. When it comes to property he is still looking to improve and ensure he is at the cutting edge of the competitive industry. He recently completed a Bachelor of Business, majoring in Property, through UniSA, and on the
back of completing that degree and his extensive experience in the Limestone Coast and South West Victorian property markets, opened the doors of his own business six months ago. First Choice Property Sales is John’s latest venture, 30 years after getting his start from John Miller, who was at Elders in those days. “John Miller gave me a start in 1988,” John said. “I was really driven as a young fella and really wanted to work in sales and he took a chance on me which was great.” John specialises in buying and selling properties - from investment opportunities to your first home and from large rural holdings to a seaside getaway. John can also plan a complete marketing strategy, having built up the skills that sees him proficient, across all areas of the property market. For the best part of three decades, John has learnt plenty and knows how important it is to stand out from the crowd, which is why First Choice Property Sales has a unique selling proposition – John charges a flat, wholesale rate rather than percentage commission when taking on your property. “I felt it was important to
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528m2 north facing allotment in the centre of the the coastal town of Robe. Ideal development block zoned Town Center. Located next to the Surf Shop this allotment receives high exposure to car and foot traffic. All services and a pedestrian crossing to the front boundary. This is the last allotment for retail development in this popular coastal township.
101 PELICAN POINT RD, PELICAN POINT $350,000
have that fixed affordable price,” John said. “No matter what the property I will work hard to get the best deal for the vendor and right from the start of the process we both know where we sit in terms of fees.” John holds a land agent licence and is a registered auctioneer in both South Australia and Victoria and services the entire Limestone Coast and South West Victoria. Call John today to discuss all your real estate needs on 0418 849 999.
Is This The Permanent Sea Change You’ve Been Looking For? Solid brick and tile residence set on two allotments. Spacious ﬂoor plan offering three double bedrooms all with built in wardrobes and an en suite added to the main bedroom. A gourmet kitchen is equipped with stainless steel stand alone oven,dishwasher and splash backs. There is a walk in pantry and breakfast bar opening onto an air conditioned living and dining area. there is a cosy bay windowed wood heated lounge room and a formal dining room that can double as an office. Heaps of garaging inclusive of a double carport, double garage and a detached three bay colourbond shed. Awesome man cave equipped with bar,gas log ﬁreplace and toilet. Absolutely Heaps of Property for the Money!
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STUDENTS SET TO HEAD OFF ON TIMOR-LESTE MISSION Each year, a group of students and staff from Tenison Woods College travel to communities in Timor-Leste to offer support to communities in need. This year will mark the seventh immersion trip carried out by Tenison Woods College and it is always well supported by the local community. “The immersion is a good reminder to us all that the gift of giving is far greater than that of receiving and over the past seven years it is heart-warming to know that our community has positively impacted many lives,” says Immersion trip organiser and Tenison Woods College teacher,Bernadette Fisher. Tenison Woods College students are gathering recorders together, as well as compiling stationery packs and hygiene packs which will be distributed to communities in Timor during the immersion trip. This year, 11 students and two staff members will set off to Timor-Leste on July 1 for 10 days. “The
staff and immersion participants are very blessed to witness the joy and gratitude our gifts and money give to the people we meet,” said Ms Fisher. “From the young children whose faces light up with awe and wonder when they receive their stationery packs to the Sisters who gratefully receive our monetary donation knowing it will make a difference to the lives of many.” The most recent fundraising effort for the trip was held at the end of last month when Tenison Woods College Year 11 and 12 students dressed in their finest evening wear at their annual Charity Ball to raise funds for communities in Timor-Leste. More than 180 students attended the Gatsby themed event, which was held in the City Hall at the Main Corner Complex in Mount Gambier. The night was hugely successful with
$5000 raised. Most of the funds were generated through ticket sales, but thanks must go to many of the event suppliers who discounted their rates, with some even donating their services for the event. The Main Corner Complex kindly sponsored the event. Ben Hood,
the Mount Gambier Garden Centre and the James Morrison Academy also helped put the event together. The Charity Ball is just one of the fundraising initiatives for this year’s immersion trip. Earlier this year, a concert fundraiser was held at Katnook Estate winery. Tunes for Timor featured music and singing from Tenison Woods College students and staff and the event raised around $2000. Raffles have also been run at the College, with more than $600 raised to date. The local community has also been extremely generous with one tonne of potatoes donated by two families of the college, to be sold in the next few week, and a combined parish group in Meningie have kindly donated $650. Soup will be sold at upcoming family masses at St Paul’s Church on June 16 and 17 and this money will be donated to the trip. IMAGES FROM THE 2017 VISIT
PIONEERING CONNECTIONS The Mount Gambier Library was thrilled to welcome local history royalty to the Les Hill Historical Centre late last month. Laurel Fraser (nee Smith) and Janet Wingfield Smith are the great-great granddaughters of Mount Gambier pioneer Christina Smith. A missionary and teacher, Christina Smith migrated to Australia from Scotland in 1839. Smith arrived in Mount Gambier with her family in 1854, and soon after she began a night school for educating adults and children from the local indigenous population. A leader in reconciliation, Smith was recognised as one of their earliest protectors, advocating for the retention of Boandik language and customs. Smith published three books in her life, including her most important and well known work, The Boandik Tribe of South Australian Aborigines, in 1880. Laurel and Janet travelled from Bribie Island in Queensland to spend time in the South East, tracing the footsteps and visiting the final resting place of their pioneering ancestor. Above - Laurel Fraser & Janet Wingfield Smith presenting an original copy of Christina Smiths 1865 book “Caroline and Her Family”, to Local History Officer Danni Reade.
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SOUTHEND ARTIST JOINS MOUNT GAMBIER GALLERY
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Mount Gambier’s Alien Art Studio has welcomed a new family member, with Southend artist Kerrie Stratford joining Matt Sheehy and Anthony Hamilton at the Margaret Street space. Located at 8 Margaret Street, Mount Gambier, the gallery opened its doors last November but officially kick started its tenure as a relaxed, less traditional art space in January with an official unveiling. Now, six months later Kerrie Stratford has joined the boys – Matt, an acrylic and oil painter with a bent to fantasy, and Anthony, an aerosol artist, who has created many of the striking murals around Mount Gambier. Kerrie has not only her paintings on display at Alien Art Studio but also some of her preliminary sketches. “I just think you draw what you feel and it makes you happy,” Kerrie said. “That’s how it works for me.” Kerrie has been dabbling in art for two decades but more recently narrowed her focus to being a full time artist. “I’ve always drawn, even as a small child,” she said. “I think for me it is an escape.” Kerrie completed an art course in Mildura and from that painted a series of works and she has been drawing and painting ever since. Her third series of works are now on display at the Margaret Street space with a four the series underway. “I see my works as a collection of human emotions,” Kerrie said. “I consider my works to have messages that I hope will be seen by the viewer
Event organisers across the Greater Hamilton region are invited to attend a free Events Forum next month, hosted by the Southern Grampians Shire Council. The forum, taking place on Friday, June 15, at the Hamilton Exhibition and Conference Centre, is an opportunity not to be missed for those involved in the Greater Hamilton region’s vibrant events scene. The day will be particularly valuable for community groups, sporting clubs, volunteers, venue owners, businesses and event service providers. The theme for this year’s forum is Growing Your Audience. Two well-respected industry experts will deliver the day’s content and a panel of local event organisers will also share their experiences from running local events.
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and taken to heart. My experience with my works has taken me to a place where I believe I learn more about people and myself through what comes out – into drawing and then into painting – from ‘a well’ deep inside me.” Kerrie’s paintings pop with colour and while each of the three artists have unique, styles, mediums and inspirations, they also seem to fit together. Kerrie met Matt and Anthony and the Carve, Cut Polish exhibition of three local sculptors, Kamunde Sadiki, Ivo Tadic and Mark deNys, late last year and as artists, they just seemed to click. Kerrie had a solo exhibition at the Riddoch Art Gallery in 2013, and was more recently part of Franfest, where seven Limestone Coast female artists put together the Women At
Work exhibition that ran last August. Her works is on display at Millicent, Beachport and South End and now Alien Art Studio in Mount Gambier. Kerrie could be described as an all or nothing artist – she tends to work in long intense spurts. “When I do sit down to paint, I usually do three or four paintings at a time,” she said. “My whole house is my studio and I have work hanging everywhere.” Alien Art Studio is open Saturday and Sunday from 11am-4pm. Above - Southend artist Kerrie Stratford has joined the Alien Art Studio team and is now exhibting in the Margaret Street space.
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Guest speaker, Melbourne based event consultant Tracey Hull, will discuss how to communicate with and grow the different audiences of your event and will draw on her many years of experience to speak about how to future-proof your event and make it financial sustainable. Following positive feedback from last year’s Events Forum, social media marketing specialist Mel Stewart from HyperSocial in Geelong will return to share more insights into digital marketing. Mel will discuss how to create engaging visual content using digital tools, and will run a handson workshop on targeted Facebook advertising campaigns. Council representatives will be in attendance to share advice and resources and to discuss council’s community grants program which has its second round for 2018 opening in August. The event will provide the opportunity for peer-to-peer learning, networking within the tourism and events industry and local food and drink will be provided. Attendees will have the opportunity to win a lucky door prize, and will also go into the draw to win a FREE holiday to Fiji, New Caledonia or Thailand in council’s ‘Connect with Council’ giveaway. Limited subsidised childcare places will be made available to those who may otherwise be prevented from attending the forum due to childcare commitments. Please email events@ sthgrampians.vic.gov.au by June 7 if you’re interested in discussing this option. Attendance at the Events Forum is FREE but you must register your place by June 11 via Eventbrite: https://www. eventbrite.com.au/e/greater-hamiltonevents-forum-2018-registration36258758924?aff=ehomecard Event committees who require assistance to develop strategic plans for their events can also attend an intensive workshop which Tracey will run on Thursday, June 14, from 5.30pm. For further information please call or (03)5573 0239 or email events@ sthgrampians.vic.gov.au
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IN THE GARDEN The long drawn out Indian summer, well into Autumn was certainly a welcome surprise. Whilst most of us were glad when the rains did finally come it was a shock to the system as the temperature plummeted too. Winter is firmly in our grip as we turn our attention in the garden to raking up the lovely autumn leaves for compost and planting new season citrus trees, deciduous fruit and nut trees and ornamental trees. The majesty and splendour of trees is without doubt one of the most truly outstanding parts of nature and life would be pretty strange without them. Whether it’s ornamental trees for visuals, fruit and nut trees for food or shelter, trees all play such an important role. I recall moving to boarding college in my young teens and marveling at the trees around my college campus. Having come from the most northerly town on mainland Great Britain, the wind and salt laden air reduced us to Sycamore Trees (Acer pseudoplatanus), Rowans, Larch and pine forests - ironic that I should end up in Mount Gambier surrounded by pines of a different kind. I also recall filling my book list when I went on to university and having to purchase Hillier’s Guide to Trees and Shrubs, an amazing publication by the famous tree growers themselves and lapping up the contents with great glee and discovering a whole new world of trees in the arboretum surrounding the uni campus. Whilst back then deciduous trees were ground grown too, like today, and this
By Calum Haygarth Landscape Architect & Horticultural Consultant allows us to offer bare rooted trees in winter. At present we, at Limestone Coast Advanced Trees, are digging our new stocks of trees and fruit trees from the paddocks. By the time this goes to print we will have dug and processed the first few thousand trees and roses for season 2018 with thousands more to pick and pack for interstate and internet orders over the coming months. If you haven’t already placed your orders, especially for the huge new range of dwarf fruit trees we are introducing for this year, be quick! Sadly, as nurseries have diminished across the region and across Australia we remain one of the few “proper” nurseries left. Here at Limestone Coast Advanced Trees we cater for orders large and small for the domestic home gardener, farm trees, and so on, in addition to supplying most local authorities around the region. If you have roses or trees ordered with us and have not heard from us this means your order is not yet ready for collection. Do not panic if you have not heard from us as it takes many weeks/ months to compile all of the orders, with many cases just waiting for that last elusive one to come in to complete the order. Hundreds of standard roses have been dug a little earlier than normal due to the dry conditions earlier which has helped no end getting the roses dug this year from the fields, so if you haven’t yet thought about these to
order, you can just call in and most will be available, bearing in mind that we are heavily booked up with orders for this season, so get in quick if you haven’t yet ordered. Limestone Coast Roses is the lowest price mail order rose grower and supplier in Australia with standard roses from just $23.95 another reason to get in quickly as most of our roses go to internet and mail order in New South Wales, Queensland and Victoria with may local people missing out which is ironic when they are grown right here with paddock direct prices. A small amount of stock is still to come in from suppliers of varieties that we do not grow ourselves. Many of the eagerly awaited 2018 new releases, including the Unconventional Lady and Sugar Moon rose both highly perfumed along with two new David Austin releases for 2018 Thomas A’Becket and The Lady Gardener. See www.limestonecoastroses.com.au for the full range of 2018 roses plus all the other varieties we grow and stock and make sure to get your orders in by Sunday . This season sees the release of a large number of new fruit & nut trees, many apple and a peach, mainly in the dwarf varieties, that have become so sought after as well as popular European plums such as Coe’s Golden Drop and Green Gage, which if you have moved to a smaller garden or unit but still want the old varieties now you can on more compact trees. With gardens decreasing in size, the fact that dwarf trees bare as
much if not more than their full sized counterparts and their use in pots and planters means now there is literally no variety that isn’t available in dwarf. After many years of asking we have finally introduced the peacharine in dwarf ! Hooray ! I think I will have one of those on my shopping list! Our range of Cider Apples is continuing to increase as the demand for these has intensified greatly with the advent of many men taking to cider making as an interest. Hopefully we will have enough Kingston Black to last the season! All of the details for all of the above are on our comprehensive website www.gardenarium.com.au and go into the fruit tree section and we have current catalogues in store to help with your choosing. Most of our other fruit trees are also in store now with an Orchard Starter fruit tree pack of any four fruit trees for $99, so a great economical way to kick off your planting or top up with some fresh new trees. Early bird specials are running now on a huge range of trees and also early orders of ornamental trees will be given and upgrade to a larger sized tree. These include the ever popular Silver Birch, also advanced Weeping Cherries at only $79.95 are a steal. The boss has gone mad and put huge reductions on ornamental pears in several varieties, (be quick as there is once again a national shortage) especially of the new release dwarf capital pear, ideal for suburban situations and of course our exclusive
evergreen variety, Wintergreen, that is ideal as a specimen tree or for screening and hedging, plane trees, golden and claret ash, plus a few others, so order now or come in to grab these great bargains. (See advert facing page). Early bird specials run until June 17, unless sold out prior. There are a few other new release ornamental trees for 2018 in addition to the standout new dwarf ornamental pear we have been trialling for a few years now and great for those who like all the attributes of the ornamental pear family but find all the others grow too big, these are the Chinese Elm Red Emperor (see photo facing page) with its stunning red tones in autumn. The New Cercis Showgirl, ideal for narrow areas, along fence lines in narrow situations in town and for small gardens where the blossom and leaf of the Judas tree is required but on a more compact tree and finally Robinia Unigold, a compact growing version of the every popular golden leafed tree Frisia, but closer branching and more compact growth make it an ideal tree for both suburban situations .If you haven’t placed an order for this winter season, now is the time as they are here. Open all long weekend, including Monday, 10am-4pm.
AUSTRALIAN FIRST SHOW Mount Gambier’s Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre is set to host a performance of the best-loved songs from the world’s greatest West End and Broadway musicals in a glittering concert that is making its way to Australia for the first time. Starring past principal performers from Les Misérables in the West End and on tour, the blockbusting two-hour show called Beyond The Barricade, features hit songs from The Phantom of the Opera, Evita, Wicked, Miss Saigon, West Side Story, Chicago, Crazy For You, Mamma Mia, and many others, climaxing with a spectacular finale from, of course, Les Misérables. Hitting the stage on June 20, tickets are available from the box office or online. The former cast members of London’s longest-running musical, Les Misérables include Andy Reiss, who has played numerous male roles including Jean Valjean; David Fawcett, who played Valjean; Katie Leeming who played the role of Eponine; and Poppy Tierney who played Cosette. They are joined by an ensemble of talented musicians to create an authentic live experience, capturing all the passions and orchestrations of the original shows. lifestyle1.net | 26
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TOUGHEST CHALLENGE YET FOR POPULAR SAINT Ask Steve Duldig to shut down an opposition key forward on the football field and he’s happy to take up the challenge. Ask him to coach the Western Border Football League’s interleague team and he takes on the role with no hesitation. But ask him to dance in front of more than 500 people at The Barn and you get a very different response. “I have to admit I wasn’t too sure about it at first,” Steve said. “But it is for a good cause, it takes me out of my comfort zone and it is definitely a challenge.” So in between juggling being a new business owner, his job as an accountant, his football playing commitments, his interleague coaching commitments and family life, Steve has been learning to tango, among other dancing genres, alongside his 2018 Swinging With The Stars partner Katherine Miller. “I had been before and know Matt Bryant, who did it about four years ago, so I guess I knew what I was in for,” Steve said. “I spoke to Matt and Jack Kelly, who did it last year, and they raved about it and said the experience was fantastic.” Steve’s fundraising will see money raised diverted to two causes – The Stand Like Stone Foundation, for who the Swinging With The Stars event is its major fundraiser, and the Millicent High School Scholarship Fund. With a couple of months training under his belt, Steve can finally admit to feeling more comfortable but it has
been a steep learning curve. “It has been difficult,” he said. “Sport comes a bit more naturally to me, I’ve been doing it my whole life but I rarely get up and dance at weddings or at the footy club or anywhere. It really is way out of my comfort zone but it’s been good fun.” Steve has been pleasantly surprised that he has been able to pick up the steps with relative ease but admits even the dances he feels most comfortable performing still need some polish. “For the next two weeks we will definitely be working hard,” he said. “We get videos of the lessons and Katherine and I have had some extra sessions to practise and you do find the steps are going through your mind a lot.” Steve’s son Pacey has enjoyed running through the steps with his dad as he goes over his routines in the comfort of home. “He definitely likes to join in,” Steve said. Like many of his first time dancing counterparts, hip hop has proved the most challenging for the star footballer. “I don’t quite have the coordination but it is definitely a fun dance though,” he said. Most of Steve’s fundraising has been low key, with donation tins around Millicent already filling up thanks to the generosity of the local community. Just over a week ago, he launched an online auction with 12 quality items and that has really taken off. You can get involved in bidding for a fishing charter, football tickets, wine, furniture, meat and some corporate sporting
experiences by heading to Steve’s personal facebook page and placing your own bids to secure some great goods and services. You can also head to the Stand Like Stone Foundation website and go to the Swinging With The Stars page to donate to Steve. Above - Millicent’s Steve Duldig doing what he does best - marking a football.
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BUDGET COMMENTS WELCOMED Have your say on Naracoorte Lucindale Council’s draft Annual Business Plan and Budget for 2018-19 at one of the two remaining drop in sessions being held on: •Thursday, June 7 - 10-11am Lucindale Café and Deli •Thursday, June 7, 3 - 4pm Smith Street, (near Morris Bakery), Naracoorte (changed from Friday, June 8) The Frances drop in session was held last week. This is your opportunity to have input into council’s priorities for 2018-19. Find out more & comment online at: https://yoursay.naracoortelucindale. sa.gov.au/ or visit council’s office to view a copy or write to PO Box 555, Naracoorte SA 5271. Address Council or ask questions at the Special Council meeting at the Council Chamber, DeGaris Place, Naracoorte on Tuesday, June 12, at 7pm. Written submissions relating to the Draft Annual Business Plan and Budget will be accepted at the principal office before 5pm on June 8.
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MEALS ON WHEEL VOLUNTEERS HONOURED The Member for Mount Gambier, Troy Bell MP presented the Friday team of volunteers at Meals on Wheels with the 2018 Premier’s Certificate of Recognition for Outstanding Volunteer Service last week. “This is an excellent program that recognises our hardworking volunteers of our community and provides an opportunity for organisations or community groups to have their volunteers acknowledged for their hard work” said Mr Bell. “The Mount Gambier Meals on Wheels provide wholesome meals and the volunteers are vital in the preparation and distribution of these meals”. Ella Child’s time and dedication to the organisation was also recognised as she received the Rotary Excellence in Workmanship award. Mount Gambier Meals on Wheels has been cooking and delivering meals for more than 56 years and the branch
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COMMUNITY FORUMS SET TO MAP OUT FUTURE PROJECTS Southern Grampians Shire Council hosted its annual new residents function last week at the Hamilton Visitor Information Centre, with more than 60 people in attendance. The function is an informal opportunity to welcome people who have moved to the Greater Hamilton region in the past 12 to 18 months. A variety of information about various service and sporting clubs was made available to the new residents along with information about Council services and programs. Southern Grampians Shire councillors were on hand to meet with new residents and speak with them about any questions or issues they may have had since moving to the shire. Southern Grampians Shire Council Mayor Cr Mary-Ann Brown was pleased with how well the function went and thanked everyone for their attendance. “It was so wonderful to see so many new faces in the room last week,” she said. “We are so blessed to have people in our region from right across the globe, all of whom bring a wealth of knowledge, culture and experience to our shire. The Greater Hamilton region is an exceptional place to live, raise a family and work and I’m pleased that so many residents came out last night to meet new people and familiarise themselves with the many different aspects of life to be lived and enjoyed here. It was particularly pleasing to see a mini-bus of newcomers make their way in from Glenthompson – one of our smallest communities – and also all three of the families who have moved to Hamilton as part of the Great South Coast Economic Migration Project. Thank you must also go to the volunteers that came along from the various sporting and service clubs and community groups for helping us give these newcomers, such a warm welcome. I encourage any new residents that were not able to attend last week to contact council to register to attend future functions” Above - New members of the Glenthompson Community in attendance at last week’s new residents function, supported by longstanding residents Tracey, Elaine and TJ.
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DANCING REPLACEMENT NOW SOLD ON POPULAR FUNDRAISER Two months ago, Alistair Coonan never danced – and he means never. “All my friends can tell you, I don’t
dance,” he said. “I don’t dance when I’m drunk, I don’t dance when I’m by myself, I don’t dance. I have three left
feet.” But that has all changed when he was a late call up to the 2018 Swinging With The Stars after one of the male stars suffered a knee injury. “I keep asking myself why am I doing this but it is for a good cause and that’s the main reason,” Alistair said. “And it is good to push yourself outside your comfort zone.” With just 24 hours to decide whether to commit to the intense fundraising and dancing event, Alistair tapped into the experiences of two of his mates, who have already competed in the popular Stand Like Stone Foundation major fundraiser – Jason Scheidl and Ben Hood. “Jase (Scheidl) said he had been asked a few times before committing to it and he wished he’d done it earlier,” Alistair said. “He said he was petrified at first but once he started learning it was so much fun and he said when you were performing you were so busy concentrating on the steps that you didn’t have time to focus on the fact you were dancing in front of 600 people.” Ben Hood also provided a ringing endorsement of his time as a Swinging With The Stars personality and Alistair decided to take the plunge. “Hearing that from them really did give me some confidence although after the first lesson, I really did think I had made a mistake,” he said. “But in the end I have picked it up a lot quicker than I thought and my partner Rebecca Hann is fantastic. They all are. They know everyone is volunteering their time to do it and are pretty nervous about doing it and they try to take it at a pace everyone is
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comfortable with.” Alistair and Rebecca also spend extra time practising so he can nail the more complicated routines. He admits, hip hop it proving the most challenging. “I don’t have a bit of hip or a bit of hop about me,” Alistair said. “There is no repetition in hip hop and there are so many movements and it is
fast pace. I can tell you one thing, you work up a sweat.” Meeting people from across the Limestone Coast, who he might otherwise never have run into, has also been great and friendships are definitely being forged. “We do get close and you do bounce ideas off each other about fundraising and the dancing,” Alistair said. The next official rehearsal is the dress rehearsal on June 17 and Alistair knows that will start to make the fast approaching performances on June 23 feel very real. “At the moment we are just dancing in front of each other in a room at Hype Dance Studio – it will start to feel very real when we get in costumes and run through the dances at The Barn.” Alistair has donation tins at a number of Mount Gambier businesses, while his major fundraising event is this Thursday at the Commodore on the Park. Ginning For Swinging is the first of the Commodore on the Park’s Gin Society events for 2018 and will double as an opportunity to raise funds for the Stand Like Stone Foundation in support of Alistair. Tickets are $50 per person, inclusive of arrival gin cocktail, two G&Ts paired with matching botanicals and street food, along with live music from Ben Hood and an auction with proceeds going towards the Stand Like Stone Foundation. For more details on the June 7 fundraiser night at the Commodore on the Park and to book your ticket head to the Commodore on the Park facebook page. You can also head to the Stand Like Stone Foundation website and go to the Swinging With The Stars page to donate to Alistair.
COLLECTED STUPIDITY - DEAR ROBBIE 34... By ROBBIE TANSEL I knew this whole wing defence thing would spiral out of control. I got this email via text message this week. I’m not sure what that means. “Dear Robbie, I read with interest your recent article describing netball positions and their matching personality traits, in which you confessed to playing the game yourself. My question for you is, is netball not a sport for women? Why don’t you play football instead? Lester from Lanzhou (China)” Has my fame really spread all the way to China? I’m more popular than the Port Adelaide Power in China now…I’ve got one fan. Last week I made it clear that wing defence is completely superfluous as a position on a netball court. To back it up, my netball team played without a wing defence this week, meaning we were one player short, and won anyway. Wing defence is unnecessary. Point proved.
Back to your ridiculous text or email or letter I received in the post Lester, I didn’t confess to playing netball. I stated a simple fact. I play netball. I didn’t confess it. It’s not something I feel guilty about. I didn’t rob a bank. I play netball. What is wrong with you? I don’t think indicating that a sport is for women specifically or for men specifically is very helpful, Lester. It’s a sport. As long as you can run, jump, throw a ball, catch a ball and look
good in lycra, you can play. In fact, it’s possible not to be able to do any of those things and they’ll still let you play…wing defence obviously. The point is, it’s not conditional on what genitalia is found in your underwear. Lester, I think you may be indicating that there is something weak about playing netball. As I think I’ve made quite clear, as long as you’re not playing wing defence, netball is an enjoyable sport than can be played by both men
and women. In fact having both men and women on court is the best way to play it, because then there is nice scenery of the opposite sex to ogle as you play. Or of the same sex if that’s your thing. There’s something for everyone. I think there is actually more physicality in netball than in footy these days to be honest. Anyone who has ever played a game of mixed netty will tell you that things get pretty pushy on a netball court. I actually had a tooth knocked out during a match one night after copping an elbow to the face. No one got suspended. I got a free pass, the woman with my tooth embedded in her elbow had to stand next to me, and the match went on with my teammates trying to catch passes through tears of laughter. Pretty tough sport if you ask me. On the other hand, footy, which I’m guessing you think is a game for hard nuts, is now pathetic. You happen to accidentally brush past one of the opposition’s shoulders and you’ll be suspended for three weeks. I don’t think it will be too long until an angry look will get you rubbed out due to the
psychological damage it does to your opponent. If you’re playing footy and you’re going after the ball, they expect that you’re going to think about whether you might hurt someone from the other team. What’s next? You’re going to have to stop, say sorry and kiss it better. Anyway, Lester, maybe you could find something made in China to swap with my Dan Brown book, The Lost Symbol, rather than sending ignorant text messages or emails or letters in the mail or communication via homing pigeon or whatever it was. It’s a hardcover and the third book in the Robert Langdon series. I enjoyed it thoroughly and give it two thumbs up. If you’d like to join the Robbie Tansel book club, or swap me for my Dan Brown book, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org Editor’s note: Most players in Robbie Tansel’s mixed netball team are superfluous when the team’s seven foot goal shooter is on court.
WELLNESS CENTRE LOOKING FOR COMMUNITY SUPPORT Boandik Lodge’s Community Wellbeing Centre is all systems go with concept drawings and a floorplan having been developed. Those plans are being tweaked at the moment, with consultants and a co-design group detailing the internal design, and the project is close to being ready to submit to the Mount Gambier City Council for approval. The feedback Boandik Lodge has been receiving regarding the centre has been fantastic. “There’s a buzz around how exciting and beneficial this project will be for our entire Mount Gambier nd Limestone Coast community,” Boandik Lodge arketing & fundraising officer Gail Bradley said. The Community Wellbeing Centre will feature a hydrotherapy pool with ramp access, change rooms, an over 50s gymnasium to accommodate 20 people, treatment room, and outdoor therapy rehabilitation area. Hydrotherapy can provide great benefits to a variety of conditions, including arthritis, fibromyalgia, pre and post joint replacement surgery, sporting injuries, back pain, neurological conditions such as multiple sclerosis and parkinson’s disease, rehabilitation following injury and surgery. Alongside the main hydrotherapy pool feature, there will also be meeting rooms, an activity area with disability access so Boandik community care clients can participate in cooking and other activities in their program. An IT hub for clients in the reception area, outdoor area for gardening activities, lifestyle1.net | 34
meeting rooms and office space for Boandik Community Care services are all part of the centre blueprint. To be located on the vacant lawn area at the Boandik Lake Terrace site, the modern building will utilise natural light, and provide direct access for the broader community to use the pool facilities, via a pay per use system. Allied health services will also run sessions from the centre to benefit rehabilitation clients. “We are thrilled to be delivering on this highly desired project for our community and we invite business
partners to join us in making this centre become the hydrotherapy hub in the South East,” Ms Bradley said. For further information on how you can help, and the relationship we can offer in return, please contact Gail Bradley via email@example.com or phone (08)8725 7377. Above - Boandik Lodge director Gillian McGinty & Damien Spencer with the concept drawings and floorplans.
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11. Alexi Lubomirski was the official photographer for which couple’s recent wedding? 12. Who won the 2013 Gold Logie? 13. On which date this month does the FIFA World Cup kick off? 14. Peekay is the central character from which Bryce Courtenay novel? 15. Which is the longest mountain range in the world? 16. What is the official language of Ecuador? 17. Which movie, starring Russell Crowe, took home the 2002 Oscar for Best Picture? 18. Carlo Collodi created which beloved children’s character in the 19th century? 19. In which Indian city is the Taj Mahal? 20. How many Superbowls has quarterback Tom Brady won?
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Saturday June 9th 7pm on 9SA
COMMUNITY HEALTH FORUM TO FOCUS ON BOWEL CANCER
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June is Bowel Cancer Awareness month and the Mount Gambier & Districts Health Advisory Council (HAC) is playing its role by hosting its second community forum – this time with Bowel Cancer as the focus – on Tuesday, June 12. It follows on from the inaugural community forum held a couple of months ago, that focussed on renal health and also showcasing the role of the HAC and the services offered at local health services. “We are committed to engaging more with the community and this is why
we are holding another forum,” HAC spokesperson Maureen Klintberg said. “It is all part of our role as the health advisory council. We are here to listen, advise and advocate on health issues and identify the priorities and needs for the hospital.” The forum will be headlined by experts Associate Professor Matthais Wichmann, Dr Timothy McCullough and Dr Dagmara Poprawski, as well as Mount Gambier West Rotary Club representative Matthew Dixon, who will touch on the service club’s role in bowel cancer
screening and awareness raising. “The forum will look to build awareness of healthy lifestyle and how we can improve our own well being,” Mrs Klintberg said. “We can to focus on prevention and what we can do to reduce the instances of bowel cancer. One of the key areas of focus in the nationwide campaigns during June is that you are never too young and that is what this week is showcasing with Never Too Young Awareness Week. The June 12 forum will also have a Q&A component for attendees to tap
into the expertise of the panel to learn more about bowel health and bowel cancer. “We just want to continue to build knowledge in the community so we can build a healthier community,” Mrs Klintberg said. “We are so lucky to have so many wonderful surgeons and specialists working in this region.” The forum is being hosted at the City Hall in the Cave Gardens and kicks off at 6.30pm and is supported by the City of Mount Gambier and the district’s Rotary Clubs.
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• Healthy diet and lifestyle choices, as well as screening and surveillance, can help to reduce your bowel cancer risk. • Evidence reveals quitting smoking, abstaining from or limiting alcohol consumption, and eating foods containing dietary fibre are all beneficial. • Maintaining a healthy weight and engaging in regular physical activity have also been shown to reduce the risk of colon cancer, but not rectal cancer. • Additionally, people who are more physically active before a bowel cancer diagnosis are less likely to die from the disease than those who are less active. • For people aged 50–70 years without symptoms or a family history of bowel cancer, a GP may also recommend taking a low dose of aspirin for at least 2.5 years. • Whether or not a person should take aspirin depends on their general health, and whether they have another condition that could be made worse by aspirin (e.g. allergy to aspirin, stomach ulcers, bleeding problems or kidney problems).
• Bowel cancer screening is safe and easy and can be done at home. • It is medically recommended that people aged 50 and over who do not have a family or personal history of bowel cancer, or an inherited gene mutation, should screen using a Faecal Immunochemical Test (FIT) every 1 to 2 years. • Screening involves placing small samples of toilet water or stool on a special card provided as part of a faecal immunochemical test (FIT). • The kit includes a postage paid envelope, in which the samples are mailed to a pathology laboratory. * The at-home test is able to detect blood, otherwise invisible to the naked eye. Blood in the stool is one possible symptom of bowel cancer. If the result of the test is positive, the person is contacted to arrange a colonoscopy. * For people ineligible to participate in the government program, a BowelScreen Australia screening test can be purchased from participating pharmacies or through Bowel Cancer Australia by calling our Helpline on 1800 555 494.
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Both teams are languishing at the end of the table neither have been that familiar with in recent season and so, not surprisingly, both sides were desperate to notch a rare win for season 2018 when North Gambier hosted South Gambier at the weekend. The match was basically an arm wrestle for the first three quarter a d heading into the last, it was the visitors with a two point lead. Enter Brayden Kain. The star South Gambier forward, who entered the clash under an injury cloud, already have five goals to his name but he wasn't done and four contested marks and four goals later, South was staring a drought breaking victory - its first in 2018. Henri Capewell then emerged to remove all doubt with two opportunist goals in the last quarter where he read the ball perfectly off hands and snapped truly - the second goal late in the last ending any hope of a Tigers' comeback. South's ball use in that pivotal final quarter was sublime and while it was Brett O'Neil that led the Demons to victory, on the back of Kain's nine goal haul, as it has been all season, it was the young Demons that held their nerve. Todd Reid attacked the footy hard and used it well, while Capewell always looked dangerous and Jake Tentye won plenty of the ball. The Demons looked organised in defence and moved the ball into their forward fifty with purpose and their desperation without the ball was critical on what was a day to forget for the Tigers. Casterton Sandford and Millicent played out a thrilling draw, while East Gambier found its mojo to defeat the vastly improved Roos.
The first time these two sides met, it was a high quality contest with the Roos holding sway over the Bulldogs. At the weekend, it was again a tight, high standard game when East Gambier hosted West Gambier but this time, it was the Bulldogs snaring the premiership points. The Roos enjoyed a one goal quarter time lead before Tenille Gray exploded in the second quarter, netting 14 goals as she led her team to a four goal half time lead. Gray was the beneficiary of more possession in that second term courtesy of an improved defensive effort from East and it was the defensive end of the court that eventually secured the victory. Leading by three going into the last, East saw their advantage evaporate in the opening couple of minutes but Bo Creek, Morgan Amy and Tyne Bosko refused to concede and created some critical turnovers to allow East to finally score a six goal victory. Creek, in particular, willed herself to contest every ball in her area and her tenacity reaped reward as Sara Smith, in arguably her best game for 2018, connecting well with Gray and Sarah Lock to ensure the turnovers were translated onto the scoreboard. As they have been all season, Lisa McGregor and Jess Bell, who returned to the court after a two week lay off, were the Roos best, while defenders Maddy Teakle and Amy Cram made Gray and Lock earn every scoring opportunity. Gray was still a standout, though, working hard up court, in the vein of McGregor, while finding good space in the shooting circle and finishing accurately. Millicent secured an expected comfortable victory over Casterton Sandford, while North Gambier piled on 92 goals as goalers Caroline Davey and Ellie Gould had a field day against the Demons.
Above - South skipper Brett O'Neil was instrumental in the Demons' first win of 2018.
Above - Morgan Amy contests strongly with West shooter Tahlia Earl.
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The fight against Motor Neurone Disease (MND), and the crusade to find a treatment and a cure for it continues in earnest with Big Freeze 4 where another group of sliders descend into a pool of icy water at the MCG on June 11. The Mid South East Football League along with the South East Affiliated Leagues will this year be taking up the cause in supporting Fight MND by selling Big Freeze Beanies at the Zone Carnivals to be held over the June long weekend. Beanies will be available at both Robe and Kongorong at a cost of $20 with all proceeds going to the Fight MND cause. By buying a beanie and donating you are making a significant contribution, everything counts and it all helps. But don't just buy a beanie, go a step further, share it on social media, tag Fight MND in and spread the FightMND message to your networks. #bigfreeze4. Above - Neale Daniher is the face of the Big Freeze campaign. lifestyle1.net | 41
PIONEERS SUFFER HOME LOSS The odds continue to be stacked against the Castec Rural Supplies Mount Gambier Pioneers and in what was a rematch of the 2017 title decider, Dandenong got the better of the home side, inflicting a rare home loss on the Pioneers. The club had been dealt another blow during the week, with Brad Hill being forced out for the season with what has been a long standing serious ankle injury that just will not improve in time for him to contribute on court for the Mount Gambier side. Offensively the Pioneers just had no answers, with their main movers and shakers well held. The 12 point game from Kane De Wit was a ray of light in the otherwise disappointing performance, while Luke Jamieson continues to put up solid numbers with 14 points and nine rebounds, and Sam McDaniel top scored with 26 points. In a game that never reached great heights, the Rangers just had more contributors, and things don’t get any easier in a fortnight’s time when the club hosts top ranked Kilsyth on Friday, June 15. Dandenong 80 d Mount Gambier Pioneers 64 (S, McDaniel 26; L. Jamieson 14; K. De Wit 12; L. Thomas 8; T. Daly 3; E. Burdon 1)
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ROPER WINS MIXED OPEN SINGLES CHAMPIONSHIP
The Mount Gambier District Indoor Bowls Association has had another break from its pennant rounds, holding the Commercial Club Handicap Mixed Open Singles Championship last Thursday night. The Commercial Club Handicap Mixed Open Singles Championship was contested with a impressive 64 entries, of which three guests travelled from Casterton to compete. The first semi final saw Brian Roper from Glencoe come up against Post-Tel’s Wayne Legutko, with Brian winning 9 shots to 4. The second semi final had Ron Ploenges (-1) from RSL & District be beaten by Glenburnie’s Serena Bourn (-3) who won by 10 shots to 5. The final then saw Serena and Brian meet in the final and Brian’s form continued and with no handicap, made it a little easier, as Serena had a handicap of three shots. The handicap became the down fall to Serena with Brian consistently drawing shots and winning four of the seven ends in the final to win by four shots to become the 2018 Commercial Club Handicap
Westerns 4.2 6.6 8.11 9.13 (67) Dartmoor 0.2 1.6 2.9 3.12 (30) Goals - Westerns: J. Bliss 6; T. Cracknell 2; B. Koenig. Dartmoor: C. Ireland 2; S. Walsh Bannam. Best - Westerns: C. Anson, M. England, N. Haylock, S. O’Briwn, M. Curtis, P. Proctor. Tyrendarra 3.0 7.4 14.5 18.6 (114) Branxholme-Wallacedale 4.2 6.5 8.6 10.7 (67) Goals - Tyrendarra: T. Deans, J. Atwell 5; T. O’Connell, M. Clark 3; B. Falcone, B. Bentley. Branxholme-Wallacedale: L. Ewing, J. Lambevski 3; J. Bradley, J. Austin, K. Taylor, T. Cogger. Best -Tyrendarra: B. Bentley, J. Atwell, T. Deans, T. Holland, T. Cowie, D. Duffy. Branxholme-Wallacedale:S. Lambevski, J. Overall, C. Haskell, R. Copeland, R. Wheeler, J. Cook. Heathmere 8.7 18.12 27.13 35.17 (227) Cavendish 0.0 0.0 0.1 0.3 (0) Goals - Heathmere: L. Davis 9; M. Wilson 7; S. Lovett 5; B. Carter 4; T. Puche, S. Byron, J. Standford, 2; J. Nagorcka, H. Telfer, M. Payne, C. McNabb. Best - Heathmere: B. Carter, S. Lovett, M. Riddell, J. Stanford, T. Puche, M. Payne. Cavendish: A. Burn, R. McNaughton, T. Huf, B. Herrmann, A. O’Connor. Hewood 8.6 11.8 12.11 16.20 (116) Coleraine 1.1 3.4 6.8 8.9 (57) Goals - Hewood: N. Johnstone ; D. Handreck, E. Blacksell 3; G. Slade 2; R. Raymond, J. Ellis, T. Lovett, W. Barker-Lovett. Coleraine: J. Eats, J. Shaw, K. Rowland 2; J. Nash, A. Richardson. Best - Heywood: D. Handreck, J. Ellis, M. Bunworth, E. Blacksell, W. Barker-Lovett, N. Gibbins. Coleraine: K. Rowland, T. Row, T. Hogan, N. Sullivan, B. Manders, J. Gould.
KNTNA HEADED TO COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS The KNTNA has named strong squads for the Priceline Pharmacy SA Country Championships in Adelaide this weekend. The association will be represented by an A Grade line-up, as well as three junior teams - 17 & Under; 15 & Under and 13 & Under. A Grade Tyler Atkinson (Border Districts); Kate Gill (Naracoorte); Georgia Gill (Naracoorte); Emma Hausler (Border Districts); Sophie Henschke (Naracoorte); Lucy Kramm (Border Districts); Annabel Mould (Kyby); Tracey Poulton (Bordertown); Nat Twigden (Bordertown); Ally Wendelborn (Mundulla); Coach: Georgia Gill (Naracoorte); Manager: Candice Nolan (Padthaway) 3 & Under Mia Dowling (Mundulla); Brooke Ewer (Kyby); Maisie Hicks (Bordertown); Jemma Kavanagh (Naracoorte); Rose Pfitzner (Border Districts); Isabel Ross (Keith); Kasey Venables (Penola); Jamie Wachtel (Lucindale); Mykaela Walker (Naracoorte); Asha Weatherald (Bordertown); Coach: Sarah Makin (Keith); Manager: Trish McAuley (Keith) 15 & Under Zara Lewis (Kingston); Ellise Berkin (Penola); Grace Bittner (Lucindale); Chloe Burke (Naracoorte); Lucy Henschke (Naracoorte); Ella Jones (Lucindale); EllaJade Leehane (Kyby); Melanie Makin (Keith); Poppy Moyle-Read (Padthaway); Molly Pretlove (Border Districts); Coach: Kath Mott (Naracoorte); Manager: Sally Jones (Lucindale) 17 & Under Sophie Bates (Naracoorte); Courtney De Barro (Keith); Katie Dent (Penola); Brianna Harris (Naracoorte); Annabel Hayes (Penola); Tahlia Kavanagh (Naracoorte); Eliza Peters (Kingston); Isabelle Stokie (Naracoorte); Shakira Stuchbery (Naracoorte); Eliza Wright (Kingston); Coach: Deb Clarke (Mundulla); Manager: Kerri Foulds (Bordertown)
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Mixed Open Singles Champion by winning 5 shots to 1. The Consolation semi-finals had Andy Cornolo (Kongorong) defeat Lyn Nolte (Casterton) 8 shots to 4 and Kym Franklin (-2) (RSL & District) defeat Thomas Butler (Blue Lake Bowlers) 6 shots to 5. The Consolation final was taken out by Andy Cornolo who defeated Kym Franklin 11 shots to 5. Above - The finalists - Kym Franklin, Andy Cornolo, Serena Bourn & Brian Roper
TIGERS MEN ENJOY SECOND HALF GOALFEST Division 3 Men Tigers 4 def Strikers 1 Tigers came into their round 9 encounter with Strikers eager to stamp their authority on the game early and they did that with the help of their younger brigade with Shaunn Robinson and Owen Antonio in particular making strong contributions. The veteran leadership of Chris Crute at half-back opened up the space for Tigers to play their well structured game. It was only 7 minutes into the game when a clever piece of individual play from Crute found Kenny Crute open at the top on the circle. The powerful shot was too much for Strikers as goalkeeper David Combe lost sight of the ball and only managed the slightest deflection as it hit the back of the net. Strikers play was not as Best: Tigers - Chris Crute, Evan McKee, Kenny structured as Tigers but once the game settled Crute. Strikers - David Coombe, Adam Ashby, after the first goal they proved that their counter Angus Hopgood. attacking style could be equally as dangerous. Goals: Tigers - Kenny Crute (2), Owen Antonio, As Angus Hopgood began to find more space Chris Crute. Strikers - Brodie Thorne. in the midfield so did Strikers opportunities RESULTS increase. Some were wasted with wayward shots Division 1 Men but eventually Caleb Lindsay made a confident West 3 def Redbacks 1 run down the right, defeating multiple Tigers Division 1 Women defenders to finish the play with a pass to Brodie West 10 def Tigers 0 Thorne who scored to tie the game. With the score Division 2 Men 1-1 at the break Tigers had controlled most of the West 3 def Naracoorte Rams 2 first half but has found themselves under pressure Division 2 Women due to the Strikers counter attack. If Strikers had West 3 def Redbacks 0; Strikers 3 def Tigers 0; kept the ball on the deck and made a few more Cavaliers 3 def Naracoorte 1 traps in front of goal they may well have found Division 3 Men themselves with a lead. Tigers too though had Redbacks 5 def West 3 missed some wayward shots while Coombe had Division 3 Women made some quality saves to deny Tigers the lead Redbacks 1 drew with West 1 that they craved. Tigers stepped the pressure up U15 Boys a notch in the second half and it seemed only a Tigers 1 drew with West 1 matter of time before they broke the deadlock. U12 Boys Evan McKee and Kenny Crute were peppering the Strikers 0 drew with Tigers 0 goals with Coombe and fullback Carl Smith only U12 Girls just managing to hold them at bay. The Tigers Redbacks 1 def Strikers 0 onslaught eventually paid dividends when they were awarded a penalty stroke after a Strikers Above - Tigers Chris Crute dominated the game infringement on the goal line. Chris Crute stepped and here send a shot towards goal on the back up calmly and put the ball into the back of the net stick side. to secure the lead. With the lead in hand Tigers settled and took a much calmer approach in front of goal. Kenny Crute found Owen Antonio in space where he was able to walk the ball into the goal and Crute added his second of the match in the dying seconds. lifestyle1.net | 42
HAMPDEN FOOTBALL A GRADE Camperdown 4.2 10.5 11.8 15.14 (104) Portland 3.0 4.5 8.8 8.9 (57) Goals - Camperdown: N. Bateman 6; J. Mahony 2; C. Lucas, B. Richardson, I. Stephens, J. Gallichan, W. Rowbottom, R. Arnold, C. Spence. Portland: J. Moody 3; L. Crane 2; J. Murray, A. Shepherd, P. Haylock. Best - Camperdown: C. Spence, B. Richardson, N. Bateman, J. Robinson, M. Field, R. Arnold. Portland: A. Shepherd, T. Sharp, D. Falcone, D. Jackson, T . Oakley, B. Uebergang. Warrnambool 8.19 (67) Hamilton Kangaroos 9.13 (67) Goals - Warrnambool: J. Bell 3; A. McCarthy, L. Cody, D. Weymouth, S. Cowling, J. Turland. Hamilton Kangaroos: J. Pepper 3; B. Thomas, D. Russell 2; S. Brewer, B. Hicks. Best - Warrnambool: A. Robertson, B. Fleming, M. Colbert, S. Cowling J. Turland, J. Bell. Hamilton Kangaroos: D. Russell, T. Ross, B. Hicks, J. Pepper, S. Brewer.
KNT FOOTBALL A GRADE Mundulla 1.2 4.5 9.13 13.16 (94) Padthaway 2.3 5.6 7.6 8.7 (55) Goals- Mundulla: T. McIntyre 5; J. Hinge, N. Mosey, J. McGrice 2; W. Nankivell, J. Dolling. Padthaway: L. Eats 3; T. Brown, L. Harder 2; C. Francis. Best - Mundulla: J. McGrice, E. Jaeschke, M. Young, T. McIntyre, M. Schilling, T. Ballinger. Padthaway: T. McNamara, A. Longbottom, T. Michael, I. Noles, C. Dolling, C. Williams. Kaniva Leeor 5.5 9.8 16.13 17.19 (121) Penola 5.1 10.5 13.6 17.7 (109) Goals - Kaniva Leeor: N. Murphy 8; S. Snook 3; C. De Visser. A. Brown 2; J. Jarred, L. Vivian. Penola: A. Merrett 8; J. Pfitzner, S. Berekfeld, 2; J. Galpin, M. Berkefeld, S. Merrett, J. Mansell, D. Walker. Best - Kaniva Leeor: N. Murphy, S. Williams Bale, C. De Visser, A. Brown, L. Vivian. Penola: S. Berkefeld, A. Merrett, S. Merrett, M. Berkefeld, D. Walker, J. Nysten. Border Districts 5.0 9.1 10.1 14.3 (87) Bordertown 3.4 3.7 9.8 9.8 (62) Goals - Border Districts: S. Mansell 5; D. Starr 4; B, Denmead 2; N. Rayner, F. Adams, K. Phillips. Bordertown: A. Diment 2; N. Hampel, L. Weatherald, S. Copestick, B. Fulds, J. Eats, C. Sandercock, S. Devitt. Best - Border Districts: L. Kelsh, H. Tregoweth, A. Fielke, S. Mardling, T. Logan, J. Teakle. Bordertown: D. Warren, M. Tonkin, L. McGregor, B. Munn, W. Russell, J. Clark. Lucindale 7.3 13.5 21.8 29.13 (187) Kybybolite 2.3 7.4 10.5 12.7 (79) Goals - Lucindale: T. Logan ; J. Teakle 6; S. Mardling, S. Spriggs 4; A. Fielke 3; L. Kelsh, H. Tregoweth, J. Watson, N. Cane. Kybybolite: L. McGregor 6; B. Munn 2; W. Russell, S. Carberry, J. Clark, J. Rainsford. Best - Lucindale: L. Kelsh, H. Tregoweth, A. Fielke, S. Mardling, T. Logan, J. Teakle. Kybybolite: D. Warren, M. Tonkin, L. McGregor, B. Munn, W. Russell, J. Clark. Naracoorte 2.4 6.7 13.12 17.13 (115) Kingston 5.2 7.3 7.4 9.5 (59) Goals - Naracoorte: C. Ladhams 7; S. Willson 3; N. Lacey 2; J. Bell, N. Davey, J. Cother, D. Myall, F. Stephen. Kingston: M. Wakefield, R. Clarke 2; B. Warner, C. Healy, J. Del Olivera, S. Branson, S. Robertson. Best -Naracoorte: J. MacDonald, K. Jacobs, J. Bettoncelli, N. Lacey, S. Bates, J. Moss. Kingston: S. Robertson, B. Warner, T. Baker, S. Branson, T. Baker, L. Exton.
B GRADE Mundulla 10.7 (67) d Padthaway 6.5 (41) Penola 24.9 (153) d Kaniva Leeor 6.5 (41) Bordertown 9.13 (67) d Border Districts 5.6 (36) Kybybolite 12.10 (82) d Lucindale 11.12 (78) Naracoorte 41.8 (254) d Kingston 0.7 (7)
Bordertown 16.6 (102) d Mundulla 1.6 (12) Penola 16.7 (103) d Kaniva Leeor 2.1 (13) Kybybolite 14.8 (92) d Padthaway/Lucindale 0.0 (0) Kingston 15.5 (95) d Naracoorte 0.1 (1)
JUNIOR COLTS Padthaway/Lucindale 9.8 (62) d Mundulla 0.0 (0) Penola 9.8 (62) d Kaniva Leeor 0.0 (0) Bordertown 7.1 (43) d Border Districts 1.2 (8) Naracoorte 6.5 (41) d Kingston 4.5 (29)
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LOCAL SPORT WESTERN BORDER FOOTBALL A GRADE Casterton Sandford 3.4 5.4 9.5 11.9 (75) Millicent 3.2 8.4 8.9 11.9 (75) Goals - Casterton Sandford: J. Stephenson 3; T. Clode, J. Jarrad 2; T. Sullivan, D. Richardson, M. Cummings, B. Galpin. Millicent: M. Duldig 4; S. Willis, D. Bromley 2; T. Hutchesson, H. Nitschke, H. Gordon. Best - Casterton Sandford: W. MacDonald, T. Nesbitt, M. Cummings, M. Rogers, J. Stephenson, B. Guthrie. Millicent: J. Weir, J. Grimes, C. Gallio, T. Hutchesson, W. Fleming, R. Duncan. East Gambier 3.4 4.11 11.13 13.16 (94) West Gambier 2.3 4.7 6.10 8.16 (64) Goals - East: M. SCanlon, J. McKeon 3; J. Dawe, G. Cooper 2; M. Kieselbach, M. McCallum, M. Willson. West:J. Ryan 4; L. Jones, K. Betts, B. Wilson, T. Zeitz. Best - East: N. Lock, M. Ferguson, J. Whaites, L. Thomson, J. Forster, A. Waples. West: T. Lewis, D. Walsh, J. Ryan, J. Pfitzner. South Gambier 3.1 7.1 11.3 17.4 (106) North Gambier 3.2 9.5 10.7 11.9 (75) Goals - South: B. Kain 9; H. Capewell 3; B. O’Neil 2; C. O’Reilley, M. Sutton, N. Patzel. North: T. McLennan 3; N. Blachut 2; H. Telford, F. Marshall, M. Ashby, J. Hatt, N. Moretti, W. Stafford. Best - South: B. Kain, B. O’Neil, D. Boyd, T. Reid, J, Tentye, H. Capewell. North: D. Munn, M, Telford, B. Stafford.
B GRADE Casterton Sandford 6.12 (48) d Millicent 7.3 (45) North Gambier 14.8 )92) d South Gambier 2.9 (21) East Gambier 6.8 (44) d West Gambier 3.6 (24)
UNDER 17.5 Casterton Sandford 4.8 (32) d Millicent 3.5 (23) South Gambier 14.18 (102) d North Gambier 1.3 (9) West Gambier 12.9 (81) d East Gambier 6.9 (45)
UNDER 15 Millicent 18.12 (120) d Casterton Sandford 3.1 (19) South Gambier 8.12 (60) d North Gambier 0.0 (0) East Gambier 5.12 (42) d West Gambier 5.5 (35)
UNDER 13 West Gambier 5.4 (34) d East Gambier 2.4 (16) Millicent 7.3 (45) d Casterton Sandford 0.0 (0)
15 & UNDER
North Gambier 54 (S. Flett, G. McInerney) d South Gambier 26 (E. Egan, E. Botha); Casterton Sandford 29 (S. Naylor, K. Povey) d Millicent 20 (Z. Fox, M. Gysbers); East Gambier 52 (Z. Creek, E. Thompson) d West Gambier 40 (J. Taylor, S. Povey)
Mt Burr 90 (S. Fox, A. Smith-Muhovics) d Tantanoola 10 (L. McCallum, C. Hateley); Hatherleigh 71 (L. Brown, E. Cook) d Kongorong 18 (M. Buckingham, C. Grouss); Glencoe 72 (E. Thompson, A. Menzel) d Port MacDonnell 28 (L. Komljenovic, M. Millard); Kalangadoo 69 (G. Box, S. Varcoe) d Robe 14 (H. Wyllie, J. McMullan)
17 & UNDER North Gambier 52 (J. Adams, S. Ellis) d South Gambier 32 (R. Buckingham, J., Earle); Millicent 101 (H. Nitschke, P. Nitschke) d Casterton Sandford 17 (J. Hanson, M. Elshaug-Betson); East Gambier 47 (N. Smith, T. Bosko) d West Gambier 44 (T. Pearson, G. Monkley)
15 & UNDER A South Gambier 39 (M. Thiele, J. Bell) d North Gambier 25 (C. Bruhn, A. Dyson); Millicent 72 (K. Walker, K. Lucas) d Casterton Sandford 14 (C. Galpin, C. Foster); West Gambier 57 (B. Kuller, J. Davey) d East Gambier 35 (A. Bosko, T. Waters)
15 & UNDER B South Gambier 37 (A. Jones, T. Cooper) d North Gambier 17 (E. Cruise, S. Beare); Casterton Sandford 34 (C. Foster, T. McLean) d Millicent 32 (J. Skeer, C. Pratt); West Gambier 37 (J. Parsons, Z. Booth) d East Gambier 9 (M. Stevens, T. Waters)
13 & UNDER A South Gambier 47 (S. Adams, E. Bouchier) d North Gambier 19 (L. Norman, K. Collins); Millicent 55 (J. Little, S. Gibson) d Casterton Sandford 24 (M. Hutchins, Z. Hill); West Gambier 46 (L. Croker, S. Clayton) d East Gambier 20 (A. Sharma, C. Lines)
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North Gambier 28 (P. DeNys, J. Young) d South Gambier 6 (L. Stephens, E. Matheson); Millicent 30 (F. McKenzie, A. Pratt) d Casterton Sandford 12 (K. Richardson, Z. Hill); West Gambier 33 (M. Milich, M. Bull) d East Gambier 18 (E. Steen, Y. Furner)
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North Gambier 25 (M. Dyson, E. Mustart) d South Gambier 4 (B. Bell, H. Harvey); Casterton Sandford 27 d Millicent 14; East Gambier 11 (M. Saunders, E. Bassett) d West Gambier 10 (L. Simpson, E. Jolley)
MID SOUTH EAST NETBALL A GRADE Tantanoola 60 (V. Lucas, O. Fuller) d Mt Burr 50 (A. Guyett, S. Wallis); Hatherleigh 59 (H. Hamilton, S. Faulkner) d Kongorong 53 (J. Little, K. Earl); Glencoe 72 (C. Cocks, C. Liebich) d Port MacDonnell 40 (S. Taylor, M. Hein); Kalangadoo 109 (S. Cunningham, A. Duncan) d Robe 41 (S. Laurie, G. Hunter)
WESTERN BORDER NETBALL A GRADE North Gambier 92 (C. Davey, E. Gould) d South Gambier 43 (G. Hood, I. Walker); Millicent 76 (M. Turner, L. Duldig) d Casterton Sandford 35 (M. Cleary, T. Guthrie); East Gambier 63 (T. Gray, S. Smith) d West Gambier 57 (L. McGregor, J. Bell)
A RESERVE North Gambier 53 (A. Bryan, S. Ellis) d South Gambier 38 (E. McIntyre, T. Watts); Casterton Sandford 64 (T. Cleary, N. Rhook) d Millicent 55 (S. Serle, T. Sanderson); East Gambier 65 (S. Hurrell, L. Harvey) d West Gambier 34 (S. Cummins, A. Jones)
B GRADE South Gambier 49 (J. O’Neil, S. Raedel) d North Gambier 45 (R. Perryman, L. Westhorpe); Casterton Sandford 61 (P. Cameron, L. Cleary) d Millicent 28 (L. Hateley, P. Haines); East Gambier 59 (M. Pannenburg, L. Cutting) d West Gambier 43 (J. Lamb, D. Kamara)
Tantanoola 46 (E. Turley, J. Matthews) d Mt Burr 37 (H. Eldridge, S. Lowndes); Hatherleigh 50 (E. Laucirica, E. Sullivan) d Kongorong 39 (C. Tink, E. Lightbody); Port MacDonnell 58 (B. O’Dine, H. Smith) d Glencoe 39 (C. Watson, C. June); Kalangadoo 44 (S. Croser, A. Paterson) d Robe 17 (I. Sneath, D. Carter)
B GRADE Tantanoola 59 (M. Rice, S. Peters) d Mt Burr 23 (C. Johnson, B. Scanlon); Kongorong 46 (E. Bourchier, E. Shepherd) d Hatherleigh 44 (C. Merrett, E. Pegler); Port MacDonnell 54 (C. Lewis, F. Scott) d Glencoe 44 (A. Kuhl, E. Martin); Kalangadoo 44 (N. Reeves, C. Blackmore) d Robe 17.
B RESERVE Tantanoola 51 (Z. Fennell, S. Bruttomesso) d Mt Burr 27 (M. Anderson, L. Watts); Kongorong 52 (E. Benny, J. Fosdike) d Hatherleigh 32 (G. Gray, G. Carnellor); Glencoe 66 (N. Orr, S. McDonnell) d Port MacDonnell 33 (J. Boyd, J. Davis); Kalangadoo 36 (A. Morgan, H. Scholz) d Robe 33 (J. Hawkins, E. Rusden)
17 & UNDER
Mt Burr 35 (E. Falting, L. Corman) d Tantanoola 34 (M. Wilkinson, G. Clarke); Hatherleigh 51 (M. Gray, R. Coote) d Kongorong 21 (A. Trahar, E. Driscoll); Port MacDonnell 52 d Glencoe 45 (A. Briggs, C. Pfitzner); Kalangadoo 44 (C. Croser, J. Ryan) d Robe 39 (L. Perkins, M. Keane)
13 & UNDER Tantanoola 44 (K. Lindner, C. Taylor) d Mt Burr 30 (A. Ballintyne, M. Gamble); Hatherleigh 53 (L. Paul, C. Owen) d Kongorong 24 (E. Sealey, J. Bawden); Port MacDonnell 36 (I. Jacob, B. Jones) d Glencoe 33 (J. Mitchell, Z. Mulraney); Kalangadoo 48 (S. Wrightson, C. Peacock) d Robe 23 (J. Moore, R. Legoe))
MID SOUTH EAST FOOTBALL A GRADE Mt Burr 5.5 10.10 15.18 26.22 (178) Tantanoola 2.3 4.4 6.4 7.5 (47) Goals - Mt Burr: D. Ridley 6; J. Gregory 5; J. Wallis 3; D. Bowering, C. Gamble 2; T. Redden, N. Muhovics, T. Fennell, B. Hennink, C. Puatti, M. Cutting, E. Glass, H. Crauford. Tantanoola: S. Hanifrod, G. Ha 2; J. Williams, C. Hamilton, T. Renzi. Best - Mt Burr: D. Ridley, C. Puatti, E. Glass, S. Wallis, J. Wallis, T. Renzi. Tantanoola: C. Hamilton, B. Chant, B. Reilly, C. Hatt, B. Pitts, M. Kipping. Hatherleigh 4.6 9.8 16.12 23.15 (153) Kongorong 1.0 4.1 7.3 12.8 (74) Goals - Hatherleigh: B. Fabris 5; M. Faulkner, T. Merrett 4; T. Smith 3; J. Ferguson-Lane, C. Buckley 2; S. Waring, T. Ware, L. Brown. Kongorong: J. Simkin 3; R. hein, B. Pannenburg 2; R. Franchetto, B. Weaver, B. Saffin, C. Wagstaffe. Best - Hatherleigh: C. Buckley, Z. Jones, M. Faulkner, B. Fabris, J. Ferguson-Lane, J. Gray. Kongorong: A. Lightbody, P. Ellis, M. Von Stanke, B. Pannenburg, R. Rutkowski. Robe 2.2 7.5 10.8 12.8 (80) Kalangadoo 3.3 3.4 7.6 12.6 (78) Goals -Robe: T. Wilfred 3; L. Crawford, J. Pitt 2; C. Pitt, M. Jennings, Z. Deane, L. Fennell, J. Agnew. Kalangadoo: L. Jones, L. Larson 3; B. Gregory 2; N. Reeves, A. Stone, J. Bannister, M. Krieger. Best - Robe:J. Agnew, L. Crawford, J. Kelly, J. Wehl, Z. Deane, R. Dickinson. Kalangadoo: J. Bannister, C. Mules, D. Jeffree, L. Larson, B. Auld, L. Hay. Port MacDonnell 5.3 10.7 13.10 20.17 (137) Glencoe 4.2 7.5 10.8 12.12 (84) Goals - Pt Mac: J. Turner 9; D/. O’Dione; J. Primer, S. Enderl, M. Stark 2; D. McElroy, F. Lynch, N. Wilke. Glencoe: A. Gregory 4; D. Childs 3; C. Von Duve, D. Paproth 2; N. Martin. Best - Pt Mac: D. McElroy, J. Turner, S. Enderl, L. Tilley, J. Primer, M. Smith. Glencoe: M. Kasparian, T. Edwards, D. Childs, Z. Cocks, A. Gregory, T. Biggins.
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B GRADE Tantanoola 12.7 (79) d Mt Burr 9.6 (60) Hatherleigh 6.8 (44) d Kongorong 5.8 (38) Glencoe 16.3 (99) d Port MacDonnell 10.2 (62) Kalangadoo 11.6 (72) d Robe 3.4 (22)
SENIOR COLTS Mt Burr 17.24 (126) d Tantanoola 1.2 (8) Hatherleigh 16.11 (107) d Kongorong 0.3 (3) Port MacDonnell 6.18 (54) d Glencoe 5.4 (34) Robe 14.15 (99) d Kalangadoo 4.2 (26)
JUNIOR COLTS Tantanoola 5.5 (35) d Mt Burr 4.0 (24) Kongorong 6.3 (39) d Hatgherleigh 4.4 (28) Glencoe 9.6 (60) d Potr MacDonnell 1.0 (6) Robe 3.9 (27) d Kalangadoo 1.0 (6)
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SPORT AT A GLANCE Western Border 8 drew with MCDNFL 8; Western Border 15 d Ballarat 14; Central Highlands 10 d Western Border 7; Warrnambool & District 18 d Western Border 9 13 & UNDER CHAMPIONSHIP Ballarat 18 d Western Border 12; Western Border 14 d MCDNFL 9; Western Border 15 d Mininera 6; Hampden 15 d Western Border 9; Western Border 17 d Warrnambool City 5; Ballarat 14 d Western Border 13; Western Border 11 d South West District 8 SEMI FINAL – Ballarat FNL 15 d Western Border 12 13 & UNDER DEVELOPMENT Central Highland 28 d Western Border 0; Warrnambool & District 17 d Western Border 0; South West District 10 d Western Border 9; Central Highlands 14 d Western Border 4; Warrnambool & District 15 d Western Border 2
WESTERN BORDER TAKES OUT ZONE CHAMPIONSHIP IN BALLARAT The Western Border Netball Association has again returned from the Western Zone Championship with a title and a chance to complete at the Victorian Association Championships in Melbourne on June 17. The 15 & Under championship team, coached by Donna Denton, defeated long time rival Hampden by six goals in the title decider, reversing the round robin result, which saw the Western Border line-up- go down by two goals. The 13 & Under and 17 & Under championship
teams, both which were missing key players due to injury and other commitments also made the semi final stage of the zone championship. The weekend competition in Ballarat also saw the association unveil its new playing uniforms, courtesy of the sponsorship of the Western Border Football League and Emu Sportswear. WESTERN BORDER NETBALL ASSOCIATION WESTERN ZONE CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS 17 & UNDER CHAMPIONSHIP Hampden 17 d Western Border 11; Western Border 18 d Mininera & District 7; Western Border 20 d MCDNFL 6; Western Border 14 d Warrnambool & District 10; Western Border 28 d South West District 4; Ballarat 14 d Western Border 10 SEMI FINAL – Ballarat FNL d Western Border 12 15 & UNDER CHAMPIONSHIP Western Border 24 d MCDNFL 7; Hampden 14 d Western Border 12; Western Border 13 d Ballarat 9; Western Border 11 d Warrnambool City 9; Western Border 13 d Ballarat 9; Western Border 24 d Mininera & District 5 SEMI FINAL – Western Border 13 v Ballarat FNL 10 GRAND FINAL – Western Border 16 d Hampden 10 15 & UNDER DEVELOPMENT South West District 15 d Western Border 10;
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Tyrendarra 64 (R. Grant, M. Nash, K. Nunn) d Branxholme-Wallacedale 21 (A. Keatley, Z. Satchell, S. Kamp); Coleraine 64 (E. Grigg, H. Langley, E. Brewster) d Heywood 25 (S. Malseed, B. Godfrey-Smith, L. Lovett-Murray); Cavendish 72 (M. Perry, T. Hurley, S. Langley) d Heathmere 55 (A. Holmes, K. Pickert, H. Ball); Westerns 56 (T. Nelson, K. Zeunert, B. Polaski) d Dartmoor 32 (A. Beer, R. Vankalken, M. McGrath)
Camperdown 56 d Portland 43 (B. Besch, J. Falconer, R. Payne); Warrmambool 55 d Hamilton Kangaroos 41 (K. Lewis, R. Davis, C. Tuffnell)
Above (back row from left) - Donna Denont (coach); Charlotte Turmer; Tara Bryant; Sarah Ritter; Tully McShane; Kate Walker & Jodie Nitschke (team manager). (Front row from left) - Kayleigh Taylor; Hannah Nitschke; Paige Nitschke & Charlotte Bruhn.
Mundulla 81 (A Lovering, D Wiese) d Padthaway 52 (K Moyle-Read, E Edwards) Penola 70 (C Long, E Winter) d K/L United 23 (S Vivian, B Cook) Bordertown 69 (J Lange, A Bruce) d Border Districts 34 (T Atkinson, L Biggs) Lucindale 60 (H Smart, K Justin) d Kybybolite 45 (K Heinrich, B McIntyre) Naracoorte 67 (A Bennier, I Stokie) d Kingston 45 (T Troeth, E Southall)
SPORTING SNAPSHOTS This week:
Melville Oval in Hamilton played host to the May 26 Reconciliation Week football match between Hamilton Kangaroos FNC and Terang Mortlake Football Netball Club Inc.
Mount Gambier Pioneers star Brad Hill has succumbed to an ankle injury that will see him miss the remainder of the 2018 season.
A RESERVE Mundulla 68 (S Hinge, A Crafter) d Padthaway 27 (I Damin, E Dempster) Penola 92 (E Gordon, T Galpin) d K/L United 28 (K Crouch, T Vivian) Bordertown 58 (A McCarthy, M Jarrett) d Border Districts 39 (D Pretlove, L Baohm); Lucindale 56 (J Bittner, C Pietsch) d Kybybolite 34 (EJ Leehane, P Lees); Naracoorte 52 d Kingston 20 (E Wright, G Mills)
B GRADE Mundulla 63 (M Leach, A Young) d Padthaway 44 (D Woodman, S Crowther) Penola 54 (T McKeon, A Ey) d K/L United 35 (B Tootell, G Hodges) Bordertown 72 (M Taylor, N Ahilaras) d Border Districts 33 (T Tranter, A Walter) Lucindale 65 d Kybybolite 39 (B Harvie, K Williams)
BUSY TIME FOR LOCAL SHOOTERS South East Field & Game`s monthly shoot saw 67 competitors nominate for the Collins Court Butchers/ J & B Lamond 50 target sporting clays event at Burrungule Park. Near perfect autumn weather greeted the clay shooters tackling Neville and Jeremy Kent`s targets. Gambier Shooting Supplies High Gun was taken out by Jeremy Kent with 48/50, two targets clear of Ron Rhook who won AA grade and also shot a possible 25 in his second round. Gavin Dyson, finishing second in AA also shot 46/50 but lost out on countback to Rhook, with Leigh Dunn rounding out in third. A grade was taken out by Andrew Hoare with 46/50 from Brian Shelton and Lake Bonney’s Brenton Ferguson rounding out the podium. Lake Bonney’s Warren Whitehead claimed B Grade honours with 41/50 from Cameron Scheidl and Charles Wallis second and third respectively. Mike Gates returned to the winners circle in C grade ahead of promising newcomer Marl Lennerth and Bob Marcato. Veterans saw Neville Kent finish two targets ahead of Wayne Evans with 42/50 with Ray Lindner back in third. Super Veteran Kevin Dyson just managed to pip the red hot Peter Caskey by two targets and Chris VonStanke trailed by only target in third. The ladies
were led home by Vicki Fabris from Charlotte Devaud and Kellie Peterson. Ben Hastings is continuing the family clay shooting heritage with success in juniors. Meanwhile in Sub Juniors Shakielle VonStanke finished two targets ahead of his arch rival Declan Wright and newcomer Carter Rossouw finishing in third. This event was also the second leg of the Lake Bonney/Burrungule inter club clallenge. Burrungule shooters were unable to overcome a nine target deficit from the previous week which allowed Lake Bonney to regain the trophy by four targets. UPCOMING EVENTS Limestone Coast Sporting 225 June 9 - Kingston 75 Targets June 10 - Lake Bonney 75 targets & Burrungule Park 75 targets June 24 - Burrungule Park 50 targets (Gary Clifford Memorial Handicap Shoot) Above (left) - Sponsor representative Ben Hastings with High Gun Winner Jeremy Kent. Above (right) - Super Veterans Kevin Dyson, Peter Caskey, Chris VonStanke with sponsor Mick Lamond.
Mount Gambier Grappling Club is hosting an Invitational 8 Man Submission Only Grappling Tournament on June 24.
Mundulla 47 (B Western, S Malcolm) d Padthaway 34 (S Deacon, A Elyward) Penola 51 (L Price, T Berkin) d K/L United 16 (C Lawrence, K Schuller) Bordertown 55 (T Nixon, R Nies) d Border Districts 45 (S Ellis, D Walker) Kybybolite 43 (K Dickenson, E Rasheed) d Lucindale 16 (T Dupree, A Linder) Naracoorte 43 d Kingston 28 (M Murdock, A Drabsch)
17 & UNDER Border Districts 38 (S Modra-Ryan, D Dodson) drew Bordertown 38 (K Will, C Conlon); Kybybolite 54 (EJ Leehane, I Bates) d Lucindale 26 (E Jones, J Bittner) Naracoorte 65 d Kingston 18
16 & UNDER Padthaway 60 (L Steer, M Stringer) d Mundulla 46 (K Lock, K Selkrig) Lucindale 49 d Kybybolite 23 (M Nolan, A Honner) Naracoorte 67 (G Romer, C Burke) d Kingston 29 (Z Lewis, S Woodward))
15 & UNDER Bordertown 55 (J Schneider, Z Steinberg) d Border Districts 24 (C Garrigan, B Tran); Kybybolite 50 (S Phin, H Sambell) d Lucindale 42 (M Thompson, K Edmonds); Naracoorte 32 d Kingston 26 (C Trott, T Smith-Rogers)
The Pioneers have signed US import Alex Marzette (pictured) to cover mid season player losses. The cancelled game against Nunawading has also been rescheduled for June 28.
13 & UNDER A Mundulla 57 (L Bertus, S Knauerhase) d Padthaway 37 (O Grundy, G Buick) Penola 36 (H Smith, H Berkin) drew K/L United 36 (B Gordon, E Vivian) Bordertown 37 (A Fuentes) d Border Districts 30 (C Gherardin) Naracoorte 39 d Kingston 19 (A Drabsch, A Mules)
13 & UNDER B Penola 25 (A Martin) d K/L United 5 Border Districts 25 (O Pretlove, S Ferguson) d Bordertown 5 (H Steuart, A Ghimire); Lucindale 24 (S Edmonds, A Rayner) d Kybybolite 9 (I Watson, L Watson); Naracoorte 22 d Kingston 7 (P Stenner, A Mules)
The Mount Gambier indoor bowls team of Craig Pearson (sk), Keisha Pearson, Tim Radley & Simon Attiwill won the State Cosmopolitan Fours Championship in Adelaide recently.
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