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COVER • A SLICE OF METRO RE-OPENS WITH A NEW VISION A Slice of Metro opened in November 2014 and in 3 and a half years has become a popular place for a quick coffee or a quick bite to eat. It opened originally to cater to the customers on the move, with ample parking and ready-made lunch rolls, and as its name suggests was intended to offer a slice of the Metro experience. Whilst it shares its vision with the mother store Metro Bakery & Café, Slice has certainly evolved into its own distinct character and attracted its own attention. Nominated as Outstanding New Business two years running in the Chamber of Commerce Awards and Outstanding Employee in both the Women in Business Awards and Chamber of Commerce Awards, Slice has carved its little niche in the café market.
A Slice of Metro certainly has a strong loyal customer base. This was particularly evident when the store was closed from the end of January until the first of March. The Slice team continued to offer their coffee services from the parking lot in a pop-up set up and much to even their surprise their loyal customers lined up for their morning coffee fix! “We are only a small store, so we have the opportunity to get to know our customers really well,” A Slice of Metro manager Kathy said. “We consider them friends and we are grateful for their continued support,” At the helm of A Slice of Metro Kathy brings her infectious passion and Italian flavour to the business. “I’m Italian, I love food, I love coffee and I love hospitality so this doesn’t feel like a job to me,” Kathy said. “Slice gives me the opportunity to live out my Italian hospitality and to share my noisy, passionate culture with my customers.” Kathy has many years of experience in hospitality, having run her own restaurant in Italy, alongside her husband Vincenzo. Owner Toni Vorenas, and Kathy both share the same vision for A Slice of Metro. The pair have known each other since their teens and their mothers were long-time friends after they both migrated to Australia. “We are Italian and food has always been part of our narrative,” Toni said. “We are both passionate about rustic, authentic Italian food and our plan has always been to offer these as take-home meals.”
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With the majority of the renovations at the new-look Slice of Metro completed, the pair plans to make their vision a reality. “We are so excited to have the space to be able to expand our offerings,” Kathy said. “We are busy planning our menu of takehome meals.” The prepared meals will be in the traditional style of cucina povera, super simple, honest, healthy and nutritious. It will be simple, unextravagant Italian cooking that uses only a few fresh ingredients, that are minimally prepared. The team at A Slice of Metro is excited with the next stages of their evolution. Also high on the list of plans is to increase their offerings of food to go. “We have so many plans, we want to see an explosion of food and
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COLLECTED STUPIDITY - WE HAVE WAYS OF MAKING YOU SMILE... By ROBBIE TANSEL I want to take you back to a time where I spent a few weeks writing about the Chinese government banning strippers at funerals. Fools. Quite clearly this teaches us a little bit about how different other cultures are to our own. Different, as in totally wrong, obviously. Let me give you another example of the difference between cultures. Leading up to this year’s Football (Soccer) World Cup, the Russian government are providing extra training for many of their people working at the event. Apparently they are being taught to smile. That’s right. As I understand it, Russian people don’t know how to smile. So how do you teach someone to smile anyway? I don’t know about you, but I’m picturing someone attaching fishing line to the corner of people’s mouths and pulling the line upwards with a cleverly built pulley system. One of my biggest questions is how do you function as a human if you don’t know how to smile. What do you do when someone tickles you? What do you do when you’re in a confined space with friends and you pass gas? Instead of teaching people to smile, presumably in quite a fake manner, maybe the Russian government should think about providing a standard of living for the general population that
encourages joy. A country where citizens have to be educated on how to smile doesn’t sound like a particularly pleasant place to live. One Russian woman interviewed told the reporter that she was once detained by police for questioning as they thought it was suspicious that she was smiling in public. That pretty much sums it up, I would have thought. I think people who smile all the time are probably simpletons, but I don’t think the police need to be involved. It’s probably no surprise that there’s actually a Russian proverb that roughly translates as, “Laughing for no reason is a sign of stupidity.” Surely part of the experience of attending a sporting event, or travelling in general, is experiencing the local culture. And if the local culture is looking unimpressed and miserable, then I want to see that. I don’t want fake happy. As if that doesn’t make it clear enough that their culture is different to ours, another Russian politician, Tamara Pletnyova, was also concerned about issues related to the World Cup this week. She has told Russian women not to have sex with foreigners at the World
Cup. Say what?! Surely she understands that people aren’t going to come to Russia just to watch soccer. Boring! The only thing that will attract a crowd is the chance of getting lucky at some point with a person who can’t smile. She is giving this wonderful advice despite President Putin being concerned with the falling birthrate in Russia. These are the kind of mixed messages I’ve come to expect from Australian politics. She was actually quoted as saying, “Nothing will come out of the inappropriate behaviour of Russian women.” That’s not how I understand the process to work. Something definitely come out of this kind of inappropriate behaviour: a bit of fun and a new family member if you’re not careful. The core of the problem seems to be if they have the babies with someone from a different country. She said, “If it’s another race, then it’s even worse. We should give birth to our own children. I’m not a nationalist, but nonetheless.” She’s not a nationalist? If it looks like a nationalist, and sounds
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like a nationalist and smells like a nationalist and says that it doesn’t want people having babies with foreigners, then it’s probably a nationalist. I’m just impressed that Pauline Hanson has another job providing political advice to Russian politicians. You’d think that is enough craziness from one country for this week, but a Russian teacher has been fined for posting a photo of herself in a swimsuit online. Victoria Popova was sacked by her school, School Number 7 in Omsk for bringing her profession into disrepute. Questions from that last sentence. If someone made a joke about Victoria’s surname, would people smile? If they smiled in public, would they keep their eyes out for the police? Couldn’t they have put a little bit more effort into naming the school? Are the schools named/numbered in order of their quality? Do the Russians understand how much harder they’d have to try to bring the teaching profession into disrepute in Australia? There are teachers in Australia who are much better at being disreputable than that. Is that a word? Imagine if you were a comedian in Russia though. All of this great material to work with, and having to worry that your audience haven’t been taught to smile. If you’d like to sponsor me on a tour of Russia, email me at robbietansel@ gmail.com
STATE GOVERNMENT FUNDING BOOSTS CBD VISION Southern Grampians Shire Council is thrilled with ast week’s announcement of $2.7 million to fund the Cox Street redevelopment project. The announcement was made in Hamilton ahead of the Great South Coast Regional Assembly by Minister for Regional Development and Minister for Agriculture Jaala Pulford MP. The Victorian Government contribution will make up more than half of the total project cost of just over $4 million, the balance of which will be contributed by council. The Cox Street Front Door Retail Precinct and Street Scape project will activate prime retail frontage, create new jobs, address access and safety issues and improve community amenity at this major entrance into Hamilton. It is the first of five stages in the Hamilton CBD revitalisation project that represent carefully planned and sequenced design and construction phases over the next decade including Melville Oval and Lonsdale Street, Botanic Gardens and Gray Street, Brown and Thompson Streets, and French and Kennedy Streets. Southern Grampians Shire Mayor Mary-Ann Brown welcomed the funding, saying the project will provide huge economic, educational, social and tourism benefits for the Southern Grampians Shire. “This funding announcement is one of the most important developments in our shire in recent times and we thank Minister Pulford and the State Government for their contribution to this very significant project for our region,” she said. “It represents the first steps in fulfilling the vision for the shire’s CBD ‘To be the civic, shopping, business, entertainment, social, cultural and community heart of the city and region’.” High traffic volumes, narrow footpaths and lack of quality area for development due to the VicRoads reservations has meant that despite it being a key entrance to Hamilton, Cox Street has been somewhat overlooked in the last decade. This project will deliver on immediate pedestrian safety and address accessibility issues that have been outstanding for some time. The tenure issues with the VicRoads reservation have been resolved, and the land is now available to be reactivated by the private sector, providing for a revitalised street-scape with community oriented spaces. It unlocks approximately 3400 square metres of prime retail frontage, creating new jobs and providing a significant boost to our economy. The project will also involve the roll out of enabling infrastructure to grow the CBD Digital Ecosystem, as part of the Councils’ smart cities initiative.“We hope to create an entrance to Hamilton that increases civic pride for locals in their town and increases both business investment and tourism opportunities in Hamilton,” Cr Brown said.
A LESSON IN PERSEVERANCE It could be argued Grant High School teacher Liam Goodfellow has come up with the perfect analogy for the stars, who take on the Swinging with the Stars challenge, with no genuine dancing training. “One lesson left me feeling like I was a student, still learning the alphabet, and asked to write a 3000 word essay,” Liam said. But just as he would expect perseverance from his students, Liam has soldiered on, despite feeling overwhelmed at times. “I found the process of learning some of the dances really challenging,” he said. “The moves and the choreography were difficult to do, and harder to remember, and the dancers made it look so simple. It just felt like it would take several years to do the dances half as well as them.” Liam is in the same camp as the other seven stars taking to The Barn dance floor this Saturday night for the Stand Like Stone Foundation major fundraiser – hip hop has been far the most challenging dance to nail, and Liam has a hip hop specialist as a dance partner, Keana Soper. “The hip hop dance has been very challenging simply for the sheer number of moves and the speed of the dance,” Liam said. “(Keana) has been incredibly patient with me throughout the entire process. We have been meeting a few extra times a week to go over the moves we learnt in our group lessons, which has been very helpful.” Liam admits while he has certainly busted a few moves in his time, it has been limited to school socials, musicals and the occasional night out but certainly he came to the
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experience cold as far as any formal training was concerned. The impact the Grant High School Sub Fund, which offers grants and scholarships, has on students, though, was motivation enough for the teacher turned dancer to stick to the task. “I decided to get involved with Swinging with the Stars after realising the impact that the foundation had on students and seeing the competition a few years ago,” he said. “The competition and the fundraising are clearly challenging, but both are for a worthy cause.” When Liam hasn’t been rehearsing he has been organising a raft of fundraising events and his list is extensive – a pop-up party at the South Aussie with
musical entertainment from a local band, Sugar Loaf; an Ocean’s 8 movie night at the Oatmill Cinema and a quiz and auction night at the RSL Bowls Club just last weekend. “The donations for each event have surpassed my hopes,” Liam said. You can still contribute to Liam’s fundraising efforts via the Stand Like Stone Foundation website and check out Liam’s journey at https://www.facebook.com/ SwingingwiththeStarsLiamGoodfellow/ Above - Teacher Liam Goodfellow working with students at Mount Gambier’s Centenary Tower.
DEADLINE EXTENDED IN THE SEARCH FOR PICTURE PERFECT IMAGE In addition to photographs for the Wattle Range Council calendar, council is looking for two photographs to star at each end of the Millicent bypass and so the deadline for entries has been extended until June 30. It was previously June 19. Photographers are being asked to enter a special category in the Wattle Range Photographic Competition and Exhibition to replace the images on picture signage on Mount Gambier and Adelaide roads. Mayor Peter Gandolfi said council is looking for iconic images that depict the great places to visit in Millicent. Photographs need to be in full colour and horizontal/landscape in orientation. The winning entry will receive a prize of $250. Competition entries in all ten categories are ow open until June 30 and details, including forms and conditions of entry, are available from www.wattlerange.sa.gov.au or the Millicent Library.
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DROUGHT BREAKING VICTORY Once a powerhouse at the SA Country Championships, the Mid South East Netball Association returned to the top of the tree with an against the odds victory in the 2018 SA Country Championships. The 2018 team broke a 22 year drought and in a touch of synergy, Leah Ousey, who was part of the dynasty back in the 1980s and ‘90s, was coach of the championship winning group. Alongside sister Narelle Ryan, who was also part of the golden era, and with mother Pauline Mulraney, a doyen of Mid South East netball, roaming the stadium as the region’s country championships committee representative, it was a special moment when the siren sounded and Mid South East were crowned champions with a three goal win over sister association, Kowree Naracoorte Tatiara Netball Association. “I am just so relieved,” Ousey said post game. “It has been such a long time.” With star mid courter Shauni Cunningham sidelined with an Achilles injury late in the championships and Kylie Schultz also unable to play more than 30 seconds in the grand final when an ankle injury was hampering the experience utility, the win was even more meritorious. “We certainly did it the hard way,” Ousey said. “I am just really happy for the girls because it was really hard work.” The Mid South East combination also trailed at half time, despite having easily accounted for the KNT line-up in the round robin matches. But the KNTNA had come to play and with Ally Wendelborn starring under the post for the Knights and
Georgia Gill controlling the mid court, KNTNA enjoyed a four goal half time advantage. But the Mid South East dug deep. Maddie Redman was huge in the second half, creating turnover ball at will, while the hard running of Sarah Haines and the impressive finishing of Abbey Duncan and Ebony McDiarmid, both of whom were happy to take on the long range shots, saw the MSENA line-up quickly eat into the advantage and establish one of their own. The Mid South East victory, against Kowree Naracoorte Tatiara showed just how strong netball in the Limestone Coast is, and when you factor in Western Border taking home the 17 & Under title for a fourth successive year, defeating the Mid South East, and the 13 & Under title also going to Western Border, also for a fourth consecutive title, further highlighted the strength of Limestone Coast netball. The Kowree Naracoorte Tatiara Netball Association also claimed the division two title in the 13 & Under division. KNT players Georgia Gill and Ally Wendelborn were named in the Championship Top 10 as were Mid South East’s Abbey Duncan, Ebony McDiarmid and Maddie Redman. SENIOR RESULTS Mid South East 32 d Yorke Peninsula (2) 16; KNT 28 d Whyalla 23 Mid South East 26 d Yorke Peninsula (1) 16; KNT 28 d Northern Areas 25 Mid South East 26 d Whyalla 21; KNT 45 d Mallee 20 Mid South East 29 d River Murray 15; KNT 36 d Yorke Peninsula (2) 14 Mid South East 40 d Mallee 15; KNT 27 d
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7 Venice Court
16 Gaden Street
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23 Jardine Street
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COMPLETELY RENOVATED – PERFECT FOR LIVING OR INVESTING This home is ideal for someone looking for their first base or investment. 3 bedrooms all with new carpet, BIR & fully renovated ensuite. Beautifully renovated kitchen with dishwasher & stainless-steel appliances. Large living area. Main bathroom with separate toilet and completely renovated with floor to ceiling tiles. Ceiling fans throughout and all new light fixtures. Reverse cycle split system.
19 Mayflower Court
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Spacious Family Living & Entertaining Neatly located at the end of the cul-de-sac a well-presented property perfect for your family. Offering four double bedrooms – master with ensuite and walk in robe. Open plan kitchen/dining/family area with Dishwasher & reverse cycle split system. Ducted gas heating throughout. Large second living area, perfect for the kids. Three way main bathroom with separate shower and bath. Double remote garage with internal access. Outdoor entertaining area and wide rear yard access. Currently tenanted at $320 per week. In conjunction with Gebhardts Real Estate.
332 Cafpirco Road
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.
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!
21 Turnbull Drive
SIMPLY STUNNING Vicki Quinn Real Estate is pleased to offer for sale this modern contemporary style 4 bedroom home located in Mount Gambier. Opulent in style and design this unique property features clean lines, solid Jarrah timber flooring, and an internal limestone feature wall. Resembling high end living, the master bedroom includes, a luxurious ensuite with sep toilet and double shower. The remaining 3 bedrooms are all double in size, have built in robes and are serviced by the lovely 3 way bathroom. Boasting high ceilings, there is electric cathedral style windows in the living area, Entertaining both inside and out has been made easy, gather around the stunning kitchen featuring a large island bench, 2 pak finish, gorgeous stone benchtops and highly functional walk in pantry. Stacker doors bring the outside in, which offers a built in barbecue on mains gas, built in fridge and stainless steel basin. Ceiling heaters allow for year round outside entertaining. Vehicle access is available to the rear yard that’s low maintenance with pop up sprinklers front and rear.
14 Colonel Light Place
33 Wyatt Street
$450,000 - $460,000
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.
7 Lee Court
2/1 Daniel Street
IDEAL IN LOTS OF WAYS Immaculately maintained 3 bedroom home located close to the Mount Gambier Hospital. Situated in a quiet cul-de-sac, this 3 year old home has much to offer. 2 living areas, formal and informal, Lovely kitchen with elect cooking and dishwasher. Master bedroom with walk in robe and ensuite, bedrooms 2 and 3 with built in robes. Outdoor entertaining and a decent size rear yard.
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.
81 Wehl Street North
AFFORDABLE FAMILY HOME This low maintenance 3 bedroom family home is situated close to the Mount Gambier hospital & Market Place Shopping Centre. Neutral décor throughout. Main bedroom has an ensuite and all bedrooms have built in wardrobes. A 3 way main bathroom provides a practical space for the kids to get ready. Open plan dining/kitchen/lounge room. The kitchen is light and well set out with gas cooktop and dishwasher. Easy care grounds so you can relax in the outdoor entertaining area.
This affordable two bedroom home a large separate living area with slow combustion heating, separate toilet and an enclosed carport with roller door, all on a conveniently sized 300spm (approx.) allotment. Situated close to Tenison Woods Collage. This is a great opportunity for the investor. Current rent is $160 per week and tenanted until April 2019. This solid, 9ft ceiling home is ideal for the first home buyers or investors.
18 Greenridge Drive
ROOM FOR THE BOAT, THE VAN AND MUCH MUCH MORE Over 2 allotments approx. 1475m2 in total, situated close to the city centre. Mount Gambier stone home comprised of 3 bedrooms all a great size and with built in robes. Retro features throughout, spacious lounge with woodheating. Large dining room. Kitchen with induction cooktop and stainless steel dishwasher. Sparkling main bathroom with separate toilet. 45000 Litres of rain water plumbed to house. 5 kilowatt solar panels. Situated on a corner with vehicle access to 3 bay stone shed with approx. 2,7 metre clearance. and 2 remote Roller doors. Double glaze windows too many extras to list, inspection a must.
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67 Lake Terrace East
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.
DOUBLE V’s, VIEWS & VALUE At the end of a quiet cul-de-sac sits this 4-bedroom home featuring a large open plan kitchen, dining and family room with lovely wooden floors. The large windows giving you stunning sweeping views of Conroe drive parklands and beyond. The home Offers a second living area with a formal carpeted lounge. A large master bedroom with ensuite, walk in robe and beautiful bay window. The kitchen has a walk-in pantry and a door that leads straight into a 3-car garage plus double length carport giving gated access to rear yard. Both bedrooms 3 & 4 have built-in robes and there is also a very handy 3rd toilet in the laundry. Ducted reverse cycle air conditioning plus option of using ceiling fan. The outdoor entertaining area has gas outlet in wall ready for your BBQ and to sit and take advantage of those fantastic views. With a very kid friendly backyard all on a block size of approx. 1137m2.
RENTALS 4/24 Jubilee Highway West Avail 29.06.18 $170.00PW 1 1 2 1 Ewens Ponds Road Eight Mile Creek $180.00PW 1 1 3 27/184 Jubilee Highway West Avail Now $200.00PW 1 1 2 37 Eglington Tce Avail Now $230.00PW 1 2 2 27 Genoa Street Avail Now $230.00PW 1 1 2 17 Holloway Crescent Avail 25.06.18 $230.00PW 1 1 3 13 Ewens Court Avail 08.06.18 $250.00PW 1 3
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ATTENTION RENOVATORS! GRAB A BARGAIN AT AUCTION!
AUCTION 29TH JUNE 2018 11.00 AM
• 3 Bedroom timber framed home • Loungeroom with S/C wood heating • Kitchen with new electric stove • Home needs some renovating • Double car garage • Large allotment 801m2 • Close to school, shops, servo
WITH 12M X 8M GI SHED ZONED LIGHT INDUSTRIAL
9 Ralston Road
BUSY LAUNDROMAT IN MAIN STREET LOCATION
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
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7 LIVINGSTON STREET MT GAMBIER 3 BED I 1 BATH I 1 CAR $795,000
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 a minutes from mount gambier, and having commanding 360 degree views over the surrounding district. There is premier residence with which has undergone a major refurbishment in recent years, plus a renovated stand alone 3 or 4 bedroom cottage ideal for parents.
6 TENISON DRIVE 4 BED I 2 BATH I 10 CARR 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 85,000 litres of rain water, orchard and bore water to keep your property green all year round.
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.
29 WALLACE STREET MOUNT GAMBIER 4 BED | 2 BATH | 3 CAR CHARACTER AND LOCATION $539,000 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.
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.
97-99 SUTTONTOWN RD MT GAMBIER 4 BED | 1 BATH | 4 CAR RARE FIND $249,000 Check out this rare property of over 4,000 sq/m in mount gambier city. Ideal for the young family looking for space and enjoy park like surrounds with the luxury of city living. 4 bedrooms 2 living areas, galley kitchen and meals area, slow combustion heating, plus heating and cooling unit.
LOCATION, CLASSY, PERFECT
4 BED I 2 BATH I 10 CAR
$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, plus 2nd bathroom and toilet, timber deck with views over city, large rear yard with great access. OPEN FOR INSPECTION: SATURDAY 10:30 TO 11:30AM
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. OPEN FOR INSPECTION: SATURDAY 11:45 TO 12:15PM
2 GEMSTONE COURT MT GAMBIER 4 BED I 2 BATH I 2 CAR BRAND NEW, DREAM HOME $439,500 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.
2 CROUCH STREET CAVETON 4 BED | 2 BATH | 4 CAR THE GOOD LIFE $319,500 What a stunning looking country home set on a private 2,830 sq/m allotment with all the charm as if you are holidays all year round. A few minutes out of mt gambier on the nelson rd you will find this character home, featuring new kitchen, open meals family area.
26 YAHL MAIN ROAD, YAHL 4 BED | 2 BATH | 8 CAR 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.
25 ELDRIDGE DRIVE MT GAMBIER
11 MALLEE STREET MOUNT GAMBIER 4 BED | 1 BATH | 4 CAR
4 YAHL ROAD YAHL 3 BED I 1 BATH I 2 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 $279,000 Looking for room, well check out this affordable home with shedding. Inspection will surprise as this home has a stunning new kitchen, which opens up to meals and lounge room, complemented by a centally located slow combustion heater.
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.
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15 Buffalo Crescent
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14 Shadylyn Close
7A Lansell Street
10 acres approx. This beautiful property is approximately 2 years old and will impress the buyer who expects quality. The versatile floor plan can be utilized in many ways. Country living so close to the city Inspect Now!
A beautifully maintained, solid constructed home. Oozing that homely feel and big on shedding, enclosed undercover pergola area OPEN and ample off street parking. Ideal for the SAT Retiree, the perfect lock up 11.00 - 11.30 and leave property!
Set on a prime Mount Gambier Street is this must see double storey family home, whilst the locale is quiet, you are only a casual stroll to the central hub of the city or the iconic Blue Lake. In conj with Vicki Quinn R/E.
11 Graney Court
Beautifully positioned 4 bedroom brick and tile gem offering spacious family living. Main bedroom featuring WIR & ensuite. Spacious kitchen/living/dining plus two further living spaces.
1 Shaughnessy Court
470 Attamurra Road Worrolong
This superb two – storey home will capture your heart! A flexible floor plan with so much to offer including exceptional shedding – only an inspection will reveal the many facets of this glorious home with bonus teenage retreat.
A solid and spacious home - ideal for the growing family. Add your touch and reap the rewards with this fantastic home in a popular OPEN location. Large allotment with room for extra SAT shedding. Only minutes to 10.15 - 10.45 the city centre.
A tastefully updated homette – perfect for the investor or small family. Low maintenance living & popular location close OPEN to parklands, shops & SAT schools. 11.00 - 11.30
11 Comaum Avenue
2 Old Kent Court
Priced to sell! This builders own masterpiece is the latest in design and complete quality inside and out. Easy modern living and ultimate OPEN entertaining are just two SAT reasons why to buy. 10.15 - 10.45 Inspect to be impressed!
28 Jubilee Highway West
A charming home featuring cathedral ceilings, updated kitchen and light filled open living. Loads of living areas & great shedding- 2 street access and fantastic entertaining area.
RENTALS 2/3 Sutton Avenue 11 Jeffries Street, Port MacDonnell 1/4 Hartley Street 3/4 Hartley Street 7 Billing Road, Worrolong 2/21 Underwood Avenue 46 Commercial Street West 75 Meylin Street, Port MacDonnell 22 Victor Street 27 Landscape Lane, OB Flat 6 Truman Street 2 Lasiandra Crescent 5 Bond Street 3 Cottage Grove 11 Redwood Avenue 45 Sassanowsky Road
15 Gardiner Terrace
Ideal for the first home buyer or investor, close to all amenities. A very well - maintained property, both inside and out. Currently leased at $230.00 per week. Will not buy better in this price range.
A solid and trendy unit, ideal for investment or one to call home. Updated kitchen, generous room sizes & located in a OPEN quality group. Close to SAT schools & shops. A smart 11.45 - 12.15 choice!
14 Kooringa Street
Perfectly positioned, three bedrooms, main with ensuite and walk in robe, large open plan kitchen/living/dining, OPEN 5kw solar system. SAT 9.30 - 10.00
2/56 Brownes Road
Quality location – a spacious and solid family home. Boasting all a family desires, elevated OPEN outlook and at the SAT doorstep of the Blue 11.45 - 12.15 Lake.
This stylish executive family home will impress the most discerning buyer especially those who OPEN want ‘pizazz’ paired with comfortable family living – SAT 11.00 - 11.30 inspect ASAP!
6 Davis Crescent
3 Buffalo Crescent
16 Ridgeview Court
Fantastic spacious family home located in the Hospital precinct, great shedding, good size allotment, close to the OPEN Marketplace, this one SAT will tick all the boxes! 10.15 - 10.45
A brand new architectural designed home by Dycer Constructions. Show piecing the latest in design, quality & features. Boasting cathedral ceilings, OPEN natural light & sweeping country views. An easy care, SAT 9.30 - 10.00 executive lifestyle awaits.
Exceptional first home or one for the investor, loaded with extras. Huge shedding area and rear private access. OPEN Close to schools & SAT local shopping. 9.30 - 10.00
11 Vivienne Avenue
28 Derwent Court
9 Ibis Street
Attractive home in quiet location offering good sized rooms and close to the Tafe precinct, hospital and short drive to the market place. Deceivingly spacious – a fantastic family home.
Sought after location loaded with features, tastefully renovated kitchen/ living/dining equipped with chef quality appliances. The rear yard boasts a 10m X 10m (approx) industrial quality workman’s shed fully powered and designed with sliding doors for easy access for the larger toys!
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2/3 Sutton Avenue
2/21 Underwood Avenue
Avail Now 2 1 1 $165 pw • 2 bedrooms, main with BIR • Open living/ kitchen/dining/lounge with electric cooking and electric coil heating • Separate laundry • Bathroom/toilet with bath • Close to schools • Detached carport • No pets
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46 Commercial Street West
Avail 15/06/18 2
• 2 bedrooms, main with BIR • Light filled kitchen with electric stove • Spacious lounge/dining area with reverse cycle air conditioning • Bathroom with bath • Single carport UMR • Private rear yard with garden shed • Walking distance to Mulga Street Primary School • No pets
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• Position perfect for city living • 3 bedroom apartment, main with access to balcony • Kitchen with electric cooking • Spacious lounge with gas heating • Private parking spaces at rear of building • Main Street precinct at your doorstep • No pets
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Contact our office today to view our current properties or find us on Facebook 1/5 Banksia Street
2/5 Banksia Street
Excellent unit for the investor or downsizer located in a small complex close to all amenities. 2 Living area, neutral colours throughout & appealing yard.
Exceptional unit with superb 2pak kitchen, fantastic undercover entertaining area and a great sized yard for the gardener. An absolute must to inspect!
35 Elizabeth Street Port MacDonnell
9 Jeffries Street, Port MacDonnell
17 Yahl Main Road, Yahl
a / 2037m2
The perfect block, awaiting your perfect home. Complete with 4 Bay garage, power and bio-cycle septic system. Rainwater and mains, established grounds. Ready to build your dream home.
8/151 Commercial Street West
33 Stiles Street
5 bedrooms all with built in robes, main with ensuite and walk in robe. Spacious kitchen/living/dining + large formal living.
LOT 36 & 37 Stella Place
11 Fairlie Street
Prepare to be delighted, when you step inside this superb and deceptively spacious family home, located in the Lady Nelson precinct an easy stroll to the City centre. This home will be snapped up very quickly - it’s that good!
Pascoe Road allotment, Pt MacDonnell
NEW PRICE 4
As new luxury home – stunning features throughout. A great entertainer set on approximately 1,014m2. Wide access to four bay garage – offers everything!
27 Genoa Street
Great seaside home with heaps of potential and appeal. On a corner allotment with breakwater views and extra shedding.
75 Tollner Road
Immaculately presented homette, 2 bedrooms main with built in robes, spacious formal lounge with gas heating, single garage UMR, internal access to large rear yard.
Block 5,000m2 (approx)
A rare find vacant block in established area. Cul-de-sac location & generous size of over 820m2 with 22m wide frontage. Double galvanised garage included. Call your builder!
Fantastic near level allotment in wonderful location. Popular western area, close to Tenison Woods College & Sports complex. Approx 5,000m2 – Call your builder today!
RENTALS 5 Bond Street
Double storey townhouse situated in the classy Vansittart Court complex – everything on your doorstep – inspect asap!
Springview Estate – Stage 2, Mount Gambier
25 Sturt Street
4 Rose Street
a 826m2 approx
Stage 2 “Collins Street”. A truly exciting subdivision. Sizing from 1,194m2 to 2,492m2. Sewer, power, Telstra and water available.
Lot 102 Hillview Lane – McKay Road Compton
Zoned city centre, this wonderful near level allotment is awaiting your low maintenance home office Commercial project (subject to council consent). Close to everything – this is a perfect opportunity.
Great start to build your dream, fully serviced, quiet cul de sac location, close to schools, shopping and reserves. Only 2 blocks left- be quick!
Blue Lake Printworks
a 5,400m2 (approx)
Fantastic country setting, quality location and only minutes to Tenison Woods College and city centre. Build your dream home and live that country dream. Power, water and telephone to allotment.
Units 1, 2 & 3/8C Helen Street
$95,000 + SAV Established for 25 years – Large client base. Selling and producing Australian Souvenir Products as well as the print shop. Too many facets to this business to list. Please contact the office for further details.
2/20 Kurrajong Street
Great rural views and only one street back from seafront. 1,300m2 plus (approx), fenced and ready to go. All services available.
$695,000 as a whole GREAT INVESTMENT PROPERTY Freehold only, add to your Super portfolio. Enjoying great returns. Secure long term leases, U1 leased at $21,289 + GST. U2 leased at $21,289 + GST, U3 leased at $21,289 + GST Enquire now for further details.
47 Anthony Street
Be your own landlord! Neat and tidy unit in a small group of three with bonus private courtyard, in a great location – inspect, invest, rest!
Vacant land 1295m2 (approx.) $135,000 Located in a great central position a short stroll from the City centre, this fantastic 1295m2 (approx.) allotment will appeal to those who want to be close to everything that the city has to offer. Allotments of this size and location are becoming increasingly hard to find. Be quick!
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3 Cottage Grove
3/193 Commercial Street West
23-25 Commercial Street West
• Harrold St • 1/2 James Street • 2/2 James Street • 10 Bay Road • 20 Sturt Street
Avail Now 4 1 2 $340 pw • 4 bedrooms, all with BIR’s • Open plan living • Kitchen with electric appliances • Dining with timber floors • Lounge with stunning views • Gas log heater & R/C air con • Double garage UMR with internal access • Private & secure yard • Pets negotiable
Avail Now 4 2 3 $380 pw • 4 bedroom home • Main bedroom with WIR • Open living, kitchen/dine/family with electric cooking, dishwasher & RC air con • Formal lounge • Gas central heating • 2 way bathroom • Rainwater plumbed to the house • No pets
• 2 & 3/193 Commercial Street West • 23-25 Commercial Street West • 3A Mitchell Street • 53 Commercial Street East • 3B Mitchell Street
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• Good main street exposure • Large open area • up to 125m2 available approximately • Owner can make adjustments to suit your needs • POA
• Area approximately 300 square metres, upstairs area approximately 74 square metres • Ideal for retail • Consisting of downstairs 3 consulting rooms, store room, separate office area with work stations, filing room, open floor area with 2 counter areas • Upstairs has an office, large storage area, lunch room & toilet
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3 BED I 1 BATH I 2 CAR 5 HIGHLAND DRIVE, MOUNT GAMBIER
Gas heated Lounge open plan kitchen meals area Double Garage Secure rear yard Private and secure Front yard
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• Double Garage UMR with internal access • 3rd Living area downs stairs with own Toilet • Large elevated Covered Deck with lovely out look
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MILLICENT TO HOST MAJOR FARMING CONFERENCE The past and the future will collide to make pasture at the 2018 Grassland Society of Southern Australia annual conference in Millicent on July 18 and 19. The 59th annual conference has adopted the theme `Past + Future = Pasture’ and will give farmers an insight into how new technologies and business management structures can improve their farming outcomes. Event organiser and president of the Limestone Coast Grassland Society branch Meg Bell said about 250 people were expected to attend the conference at the Millicent Civic and Arts centre. A panel of local farmers will share their farming experiences. Travis Telford, Richie Kirkland, Kingsley Breeding and Tom Ellis Jnr will speak on what has worked for them in the past and what they hope to achieve in the future. A technology session will feature Amy Cosby from Central Queensland University speaking on an MLA project looking at GPS ear tags for cattle and sheep, Jonathan England from Next Generation Livestock Solutions will discuss electronic ID and data collection, and Pieter Badenhorst from Agriculture Victoria will speak on pasture drone technology. “We’ve been hearing a lot about these new technologies but this will give the latest information about developments that will be useful for farmers,” Ms Bell said. Local farmers will also get a look at future climate when Anthony Violi from AV Weather provides a regional climate and weather update and outlook. For the past 30 years, Mr Violi has developed an expert understanding of Australian weather conditions, using computer modelling, as well as exhaustive research into 130 years of historical data. Agribusiness consultant Ken Solly, who won the 2016 ABC Rural – Kondinin Group Rural Consultant of the Year award, will speak on farming business structures and NAB market analyst Phin Ziebell will provide an outlook for the region’s agricultural economy. Guest speaker at the annual dinner with be Andrew Costello from South Aussie with Cosi, SA’s only travel show that has been running for more than six years on Channel 9. The conference will also feature sessions on where agriculture fits into the regional economy and managing pastures for a variable climate. The Grassland Society of Southern Australia provides a forum for the transfer of information, ideas and experiences in relation to all aspects of grassland establishment, maintenance, utilisation, persistence and research. The Society was formed in 1959 and has about 500 members across eight branches. For more information please go to www. grasslands.org.au. To RSVP, contact GSSA Secretary Melinda Caspersz 1300 137 550 email@example.com
CALI’S ADVENTURE COMES TO AN END When anyone’s trip has a dedicated facebook page it tells you two things – firstly, it is a trip of a lifetime and secondly, that there are a swag of people interested in keeping up to date with everything that happens. That is true of Sarah McDowell and her dog Cali, who are in the process of winding up an epic journey that saw the agility competitors train and compete in Europe in the two months leading up to the World Agility Open Championships in the Netherlands last month and then a leisurely return home down the East Coast of Australia. It was also a chance for Sarah, who took long service leave to be able to attend the world championships, to catch up with family and friends and the mixture of business and pleasure was documented day by day on the facebook page - Cali’s Adventure. For the Tenison Woods College teacher and her canine companion, the trip only enhanced their already strong bond, with Europe proving to be a much more dog friendly environment to live. From McDonald’s free dog treats, where dogs are welcome inside the café, to the array of hotels and pubs only too happy for Cali to join Sarah, as well as the dog friendly buses and trains, it allowed the duo to settle into life in Europe together and concentrate on competing. “. We got to train with the world’s best handlers and compete against them on the weekends, while we were based in the UK,” Sarah said. The fields were so much bigger than anything Sarah and Cali experience in Australia, making
between competition at home and their European experience was the speed of the variety of dogs competing. “In the UK agility is all about speed and unless someone has a fast dog then they wouldn’t make it out of the lower grades,” Sarah said. “It really was such an eye opener how much speed they bring out of their dogs.” After quarantine in Melbourne, Cali joined Sarah at a sheep trial in New South Wales and some driving near Young. Sarah is headed back to school next term. Left - Sarah McDowell & Cali (right) with Sarah’s cousin and her dog ahead of the World Agility Open Championship.
Cali’s pre-worlds performances even more meritorious. “Cali won a couple of championship classes in the UK with ninth being her lowest placing but even that was out of 200-plus handlers in just her height and grade category,” Sarah said. “The class sizes over there are massive and there can be 13 rings of more than 200 handlers in each, over two or three days. In Australia, we tend to have only two to four rings with around 80 people in her grade category over all the heights, let alone just her height.” Competition was different again in Germany where only one ring operates. Sarah might have been a foreign invader for the 2018 World Agility Open Championships but she didn’t let that stop her being hands
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on and rolling her sleeves up to help in the lead up to the elite competition. “I offered to go and help set up the event,” Sarah said. “Everyone in the UK had been so good to me and the least I could do was go and help them setup their big event. It was a great having that two days getting to know everyone even more.” The competition was also about more than just representing Australia, it was also a family battle, with Sarah competing against a cousin at the international event. Sarah and Cali did not make the finals but finished a respectable 12th out of 20 competing countries, and secured some strong individual finishes, finishing in the top half of the field of handlers. For Sarah and Cali, the biggest difference
Below - The bond is now even closer between Sarah McDowell and Cali after months together on the road.
LOCALS SHINE AT CHAMPIONSHIPS The South Eastern National Dancing Association’s 69th annual Southern States Championships and supporting events were held at The Icehouse on June 9 and 10. The two day event attracted dancers from South Australia, Victoria and New South Wales, and was adjudicated by Petrea GibbinsDoherty and Margaret Paterson, from Queensland, and Ailsa Bouch, from Victoria. In the Southern States Championships on Sunday, Margaret Cleves School of Dancing students Lucy Edwards and Ebony McDonald excelled, with Lucy winning the 7-11 Years Championship and Ebony winning the 12-15 Years Championship. In winning the Championship, Ebony became the 27th Champion dancer that the school has produced. Other students from the school also placed highly, with Hailee Pearce 4th, Ellie Mullan 5th and Keelie Neilson 6th overall in the 7-11 Years Championship, and Abbey Freebairn placing 3rd and Amy Flockhart 4th overall in the 12-15 Years Championship. RESULTS June 9 Primary 4 & 5 yrs Pas de Basques: Hannah Clark 1. Izabella Neilson 2. Willow Widdison 3. Pas de Basques & Highcuts: Hannah Clark 1. Izabella Neilson 2. Zander Sim 3. Primary 6 yrs Pas de Basques: Agnes Sim 1. Austin Hill 2. Anna Le Cornu 3. Olive Cotton 4. Pas de Basques & Highcuts: Agnes Sim 1. Grace Clark 2. Anna Le Cornu 3.
Primary 4-6 yrs Highland Fling: Agnes Sim 1. Arabella Ikin 2. Sword Dance: Agnes Sim 1. Anna Le Cornu 2. Arabella Ikin 3. Beginners Any Age Title Overall Result: Laura Le Cornu 1. Charlotte Scott 2. Elisabeth Benny 3. Novice Any Age Title Overall Result: Zena-Lily Jackson 1. Amber Russell 2. Aidan Salmon 3. Intermediate Any Age Title Overall Result: Rachael Thwaites 1. Amberly Boult 2. Amelie Salmon 3. Restricted Premier 7-11 yrs Title Overall Result: Ellie Mullan 1. Evie Edwards 2. Emma Kittelty 3. Restricted Premier Title 12-15 yrs Overall Result: Keeley McGregor 1. Teagan Blok 2. Jasmine Gibbons 3. Restricted Premier Title 16 yrs & over Overall Result: Heather Bell 1. Melanie Abbott 2. Li-xin Unger 3. Premier Aggregate 7-11 yrs Overall Result: Cailey Finlayson 1. Premier Aggregate 12-15 yrs Overall Result: Connor Ferguson =1. Ebony McDonald =1. Premier Aggregate 16 yrs & over Overall Result: Chloe Miller 1. Caledonian Premier Title 7-10 yrs Overall Result: Natasha Golden 1. Evie Edwards 2. Isabelle Bidese 3. Caledonian Premier Title 11-12 yrs Overall Result: Cailey Finlayson 1. Lucy Edwards 2. Hailee Pearce 3. Caledonian Premier Title 13-15 yrs Overall Result: Ebony McDonald 1. Connor Ferguson 2. Darcy Griffith 3. Caledonian Premier Title 16 yrs & over Overall Result: Alita Di Giusto 1.
Natasha Burgess 2. Melanie Abbott 3. June 10 Mt Gambier Festival Beginners Any Age Title Overall Result: Laura Le Cornu 1. Angus Hill 2. Mt Gambier Festival Novice Any Age Title Overall Result: Zena-Lily Jackson 1. Amber Russell 2. Mt Gambier Festival Intermediate Any Age Title Overall Result: Amberly Boult 1. Rachael Thwaites 2. Joshua Kain =3. Emily Williams =3. Georgia Seidel =3. Mt Gambier Festival Premier 7-11 yrs Title Overall Result: Cailey Finlayson 1.
Natasha Golden 2. Hailee Pearce 3. Mt Gambier Festival Premier 12-15 yrs Title Overall Result: Ebony McDonald 1. Abbey Freebairn 2. Connor Ferguson 3. Mt Gambier Festival Premier 16 yrs & over Title Overall Result: Heather Bell 1. Alita Di Giusto 2. Agnes Bersee 3. SOUTHERN STATES CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS Southern States Championship 7 – 11 Years 1st - Lucy Edwards (SA); 2nd - Cailey Finlayson (Vic); 3rd - Natasha Golden (NSW); 4th - Hailee Pearce (SA); 5th Ellie Mullan (SA); 6th - Keelie Neilson (SA)
Southern States Championship 12 – 15 Years 1st - Ebony McDonald (SA); 2nd Connor Ferguson (SA); 3rd - Abbey Freebairn (SA); 4th - Amy Flockhart (Vic); 5th - Darcy Griffith (NSW); 6th Kellie Wallace (SA) Southern States Championship 16 Years & Over 1st - Megan Majczyna (Vic); 2nd Natasha Burgess (SA); 3rd - Agnes Bersee (Vic); 4th - Chloe Miller (Vic); 5th - Kiara Di Giusto (SA); 6th - Heather Bell (Vic) Frank Collins Memorial Trophy for the best SENDA dancer under 13 years Winner: Lucy Edwards Ridland Memorial Trophy for the best SENDA dancer 13 years & over Winner: Ebony McDonald The trophy for the Premier Dancer Best Depicting the Spirit of Highland Dancing Winner: Cailey Finlayson Above (top) - The Margaret Cleves School of Dancing championship placegetters from the Southern States Championships on the June Long Weekend. Above (bottom) - Margaret Cleves School of Dancing students Ebony McDonald and Lucy Edwards, who both won championships on the June Long Weekend.
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PIGS FOR HOPE CAMPAIGN CONTINUES TO REAP REWARDS The Pigs for Hope program was all about breaking generational poverty in Northern Sumatra and Helen Roberts has just returned from another welfare check in the village of Maden and the news is by and large fantastic. The Limestone Coast and Western Victoria have been leaders in facilitating the program which looks to break the poverty cycle for families and keep their children in school. The lifeline comes in the form of pigs and goats, with families given the livestock as their own, in return for sending their children to school rather than working on the village dump. Maden is considered a village but does boast 1.5million people and it takes two days on a motorbike to get around to all the families to deliver their animals. For Helen and her team
of volunteers, seeing how the program has already impacted on families’ lives is reward in itself. “When you visit the families they are so proud of what they now have, they really cherish it,” Helen said. “It is amazing to see the hope on their faces.” The program has also been able to fund a caretaker to check on each family and their animals once a month to ensure the animals are doing well, the families are coping and the children are in school. “It is about checking on the family’s well being,” Helen said. This visit was also to hand over animals from the first litters to new families. “The families sell their piglets and for some of them the sows are already pregnant again,” Helen said. “The other great news is all the children are in school and have stayed in school.” And there are the unexpected stories like the story of Sari, who completed Year 12 but was set for a return to the dump when the Pigs for Hope program was able to fund her to start university and she is now studying teaching. “She was two days away from returning to the dump and to be able to see someone go to university gives hope to others that it is possible,” Helen said. “What we can see is people wanting to make the most of every opportunity.” And Helen has had the pleasure of seeing the sceptics converted. “I met Sari’s father last time we were there and he didn’t really
value an education and wanted Sari in the dump but now he has a smile on his face and sees how education can make a difference.” The families have also used their own initiative to solve any problems, especially with some trouble with the goats mating. “They didn’t give up though and matched up their goats with other goats and they have had breeding success,” Helen said. “They really have been pro-active and resourceful including bottle feeding the goats when the mother wouldn’t take them.” Helping with that problem solving has been the social worker or caretaker based in the village ho is overseeing the program. “She visits them every six weeks,” Helen said. There are 19 families currently in the program and all the families have adhered to the rule where a small percentage of the sale from their litters go to the school, so it can continue to provide free education for the village children, in fact, they are looking to set up another school about three hours away from the current school, with more community leaders looking to tap into the Pigs for Hope program. “The good news is a little bit goes a long way over there,” Helen said. “I just wanted everyone who was so generous to the Pigs for Hope Program to know the impact it is having and that it is making a difference in people’s lives.”
Far left (bottom) - Helen Roberts feeding the rejected kids who are thriving on a mix of milk. Both males will be raised as breeders to increase income. Left (top) - The smiles say it all as the villagers embrace the Pigs for Hope
program, which sees families receive a pig or a goat with which to breed and generate income. Left (bottom) - Villager Ibu Trifosa observing her sow feed the six healthy piglets.
CHARLENE EMERGES TOP OF THE CLASS Full contact fighting can be daunting but 15 students from the Mount Gambier Martial Arts Academy headed to Melbourne earlier this month to compete in the Chikara International One Match Challenge. “I told the group I was not chasing wins but wanted to see improvement from their last fight and if they did that I knew the results would take care of themselves,” head instructor Greg Povey said. The Mount Gambier contingent came away with nine wins, with Charlene Riley the stand out performer of the group. “I was so proud of the way everyone responded and came out to fight,” Greg said. “There was a great balance between offence and defence, timing, distance, body positioning counter attack and speed. It just shows that during class when I think they’re not listening, they actually are.” From the first time one of Greg’s students entered the competition arena, the positive comments about the techniques of the Mount Gambier fighters started to flow. For Jarrod Carey, Summer Williams and Steven Brodie, it was their first full contact competition, with Jarrod and Summer walking away as winners. But is was Charlene Riley, who returned to full contact fighting only a month before the competition, after a six year hiatus, that stole the show for the Mount Gambier Academy. “I could see her grow in confidence as the fight went on,” Greg said. “She is a
great role model for our younger female students.” Charlene’s return to full contact fighting has been a pet project for Greg and while he was mentoring all 15 students that headed to Chikara, he put extra time into Charlene. “For me it felt like it was so long since I’d fought that when I started training for the fight, it felt like starting fresh again,” Charlene said. “We did some pretty focussed training in the lead up and the one on one training I did with Greg really made a difference. The distance work really helped and I felt I had time to think and move in my fight much better than I did as a younger fighter.” Greg admits enticing Charlene out of full contact fighting semi-retirement, and knowing she had not enjoyed success previously ensured he spent more time developing her skills. “I really wanted her to succeed,” he said. Charlene said hearing Greg talk about the adrenalin rush and desire to perform that Greg felt when he was full contact fighting was not her experience. “I remembered being more scared than anything,” she said. But her preparation this time round and ultimately winning her bout has seen that all change. “I really did have a positive mindset this time and that was something Greg and I really worked on,” Charlene said. “He knows my strengths and weaknesses and we were really able to work on that.” Charlene admits, seeing Greg come out
of retirement last year, after 18 years, and win a national title, was certainly inspiring and a factor in her being willing to return to full contact fighting. Charlene, of course, had been training consistently so her fitness was there, it was just a matter of working on her fighting movements and conditioning. Safe to say, the training paid off and her mentor could not be happier. “There was nothing in Charlene’s fight that we need to improve on – what I was looking for, she delivered,” Greg said. “It is now about adding layers to what she does.” Greg’s full contact fighting mantra of “control the distance, control the fight” was certainly front of mind for Charlene and all the Mount Gambier fighters. “Our kids were exceptional at that,” Greg said. The opportunity to be part of the prestigious Melbourne competition came about due to Greg’s friendship with Shihan Judd Reid, arguably Australia’s most famous lifestyle1.net | 26
full contact fighter – they were rivals back when Greg was competing in full contact fighting regularly. “We’ve been good friends since the 90s and this event is something we’ve been looking to get involved in for a while,” Greg said. “It’s an event where we felt really welcome. It was nice and relaxed and a stress-free environment.” Greg will head to a November 18 Chikara with a group of students, including Charlene, to compete again. The Mount Gambier Martial Arts Academy currently boasts around 80 students, with students ranging in age from four to in their 60s. There are a variety of classes on offer for a variety of skill levels, including beginners, with kick boxing classes also set to resume in the near future. Right - Charlene Riley in action. PHOTOS COURTESY OF: Damien Domagala DAEJ Photography
Above - The Mount Gambier Martial Arts Academy contingent recently returned from the Chikara International One Match Challenge.
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KELPIE PRICE WORLD RECORD IN CASTERTON
Working Dog Auction founder Ian O’Connell has always found himself at the top end of the prices at the Casterton Kelpie Muster and this year he smashed his own Working Dog Auction record of $12,000, as well as the world record, set earlier this year at $14,000, to see one of his dogs sell for $16,500. That record lasted all of eight minutes before first time Working Dog Auction attendee Christian Peacock saw frenetic bidding end in a $22,200 price tag – not just a new Casterton Kelpie Muster record but a new world record – a mark broken twice in the space of minutes. “To say we were a little bit gobsmacked would
be an understatement,” Casterton Kelpie Association president Karen Stephens said. “This particular dog did trial very well before the auction and was obviously a very well trained kelpie. He just worked very well in the yards and you can tell when a dog is really good because it is rare to have so many buyers competing.” It was a huge effort from Christian, at his first Working Dog Auction, with a local property owner claiming the prized black and tan kelpie. Fifty dogs in all went under the hammer with more than $261,000 changing hands, making the average price for the 2018 auction $5289. It was one of many highlights on
a two day event blessed with perfect weather and not surprisingly the crowd numbers reflected continued interest in the event, with more than 10,000 people taking in the street parade, kelpie triathlon, market stalls, art exhibition and the Australian Kelpie Centre opening. “There were kelpies everywhere, there were people everywhere, it was an outstanding weekend,” Cr Stephens said. The Australian Kelpie Centre opening launched the 2018 Casterton Kelpie Muster, with Member for Wannon Dan Tehan on hand to officially launch the project. “The centre will further build on Casterton’s unique place in history as the home of the kelpie and build upon this story,” Mr Tehan said. “It will include interactive displays on the Kelpie and Casterton’s contribution to this famous breed of Australian dog, as well as an information centre for Casterton. This state-of-the-art interactive space is sure to impress and will provide an increase in tourism to the region outside of the Australian Kelpie Muster held each June.” Partially funded through Federal Government coffers
Minister for Regional Development, Territories and Local Government John McVeigh said the centre would attract international and domestic tourists, bringing economic opportunities to the community. “The $1.5 million centre is a great addition to the region, with 20,000 people expected to use the facility each year. This means a major boost for local business, helping to drive more jobs across the region,” Dr McVeigh said. “It will provide visitors with detailed information about the development of the Australian Kelpie – a home-grown breed of farm work dog sought after by livestock farmers around the world – and the heritage and attractions of Casterton and its surrounds.” This centre was jointly funded with the Coalition Government investing $658,230 and the Glenelg Shire Council $861,770. “This is a destination of national significance,” Glenelg Shire Mayor Cr Anita Rank said. “The modern and accessible facility will ensure this iconic Kelpie story continues to be shared for generations to come. It is a great win for the Casterton community and the Glenelg Shire as we continue to expand and develop our region’s unique tourism offerings.” It was fitting that the unveiling of the expanded vision for Casterton as the Kelpie Capital of Australia was held when crowds to the annual kelpie celebration were at capacity. “All the shops and all the trader stalls were
running out of food,” Cr Stephens said. “It was crazy stuff. The event just continues to build and how we keep up with this momentum is our next challenge. We’ve always wanted to grow the event but we do have to think about infrastructure and we rely on volunteers to do so much of the heavy lifting and that is only becoming more difficult.” A Melbourne-based Kelpie named Cork claimed the overall Kelpie triathlon championship under the tutelage of owner Tristan Mioni. Cork earned the top prize after finishing a dual winner of the iconic high jump event, alongside Emily McMahon with her dog Will, reaching a height of 2.68m and mastering the Kelpie Hill Climb, an endurance event scaling the heights of the town’s main hill. PHOTOS COURTESY OF DEBB NOLTE Above (right) - Casterton Kelpie Association president Karen Stephens, vendor Christian Peacock and Working Dog Auction chairman John Matthews with the world record breaking two year old Kelpie which sold for $22,200. Above (left) - Commonwealth Games javelin gold medallist and former local Kathryn Mitchell was on hand to celebrate the opening of the Australian Kelpie Muster.
GLENELG SHIRE CALLING FOR AUSTRALIA DAY AWARD NOMINEES The Glenelg Shire is calling on community members to recognise their local heroes by nominating them for a 2019 Australia Day award. The awards program, which is currently open for nominations until October, seeks to recognise the outstanding contributions made by community groups and individuals. Recipients are announced and presented on Australia Day at events held throughout the Shire. Categories for the 2019 Australia Day awards are: • Citizen of the Year - awarded to a Shire resident aged over 25 • Young Citizen of the Year - awarded to a Shire resident aged under 25 • Senior Citizen of the Year - awarded to a Shire resident aged 60 or over • Community Group of the Year - awarded to an organised community group based in the Glenelg Shire Nominations for the 2019 Australia Day awards close on Friday, October 19. Nomination forms can be obtained and lodged online at www.yoursay.glenelg.vic.gov.au Alternatively, hard copy nomination forms can be collected from any of the Glenelg Shire Customer Service Centres. Above - 2018 Joint Citizen of the Year Sharron Gill (centre) with her nominators Wendy Smith (left) and Alison Jenkins. The trio are calling on residents to nominate their local heroes for an Australia Day award in 2019.
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Things have gone from bad to worse for reigning premier East Gambier. Not only did they slump to a 44 point loss to a more committed South Gambier but the changerooms resembled a hospital ward - Nick Lock with a dislocated finger that couldn't be put back in, Brad Rathjen with a broken nose, Matt McCallum with a broken foot and Matt Willson injuring his driver. Having no bench did nothing to help the Bulldogs cause against a Demons outfit that won more of the ball and took their opportunities when presented in difficult conditions. Brayden Kain continues to be damaging up forward, kicking four and handing off a couple, while Henri Capewell shut the door on the Bulldogs with his third quarter majors. Brett O'Neil led from the front and was all class, while Alex Harkness continues to look right at home in senior company, impressing Bulldogs hierarchy with another stand out performance. For the Bulldogs, Jayden Eldridge did damage across half back as well as spending some time on the ball, while Josh Ransom returned from injury and did not miss a beat. East should have Rathjen and Lock available next weekend, with Jesse Fry also set to return, but the hey need a cure for the premiership hangover at McDonald Park sooner rather than later. Millicent won a low scoring scrap with West Gambier, while Casterton Sandford shook off a tenacious North Gambier to maintain top spot on the premiership table.
East Gambier got off to a strong start in its clash with South Gambier and never lost control, building on a five goal quarter time lead to eventually secure a 15 goal victory. The Demons fought back strongly in the second quarter with an improved defensive performance but could not impact on the scoreboard with match eventually petering out in a scrappy fourth quarter. The early lead was built on smothering defence from Morgan Amy and Bo Creek with Tarsh McCallum then using her speed to good effect to move the ball quickly down court to find Sarah Lock and Tenille Gray in space. The East goalers reverted to their game plan where Lock works out of the circle and Gray works the strong drives and impressive holds to earn scoring opportunities in range. It was a tough day for shooting but Gray refused to be beaten on the rebound and cleaned up any missed opportunities. Georgia Hood was impressive from long range for South, while the battle between Tyne Bosko and Imogen Walker was a wonderful snapshot into the future of the sport, with Walker the key feeder for the Demons but Bosko also earning her share of turnover ball. Zoe Duncan also relished her return to the defensive wing, running step for step with Sara Smith and making life tough for the young midcourter. Millicent had a solid 22 goal victory over West Gambier, while North Gambier demolished Casterton Sandford.
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Glencoe kept its top four aspirations alive with a strong victory over Hatherleigh at the weekend. Tom Edwards and Matt Kasparian have been in stellar form in the past month and the duo again spearheaded the Murphies charge, with coach Zacc Cocks playing arguably his best game for 2018. There was only seven points in the game at three quarter time but the Murphies rolled up their sleeves and booted four goals to one to secure a 24 point victory. Dylan Childs also continues to be dangerous, winning plenty of ball and always hitting the scoreboard - he finished with two in Saturday's victory. In conditions tailor made for Andrew Stone, the Magpie hard man slotted four majors as he continually won the tough ball and also found himself in the right position at the right time. While key Demons big man Jake Turner defied the conditions to prove dominant in the air and finish with five in his side's 20 point loss. Robe easily accounted for Nangwarry, while Mt Burr, on the back of a nine goal haul from Jack Gregory, was just as comfortable against Kongorong.
It loomed as the match of the round and it didn’t disappoint as Hatherleigh and Glencoe went into battle, sitting second and third respectively on the premiership table. In the end, the ability of Maddie Redman to create turnover ball and the reliability of Kelsey Wight with ball in hand saw the Eagles build a buffer and eventually take the points with an eight goal win. Chantelle Cocks is clearly building into some strong form in the second half of the season and she was a focal point in the shooting circle, while Jenna Paproth is as reliable as any player in the competition and her smarts ensure she is always damaging with ball in hand and always a defensive threat as well. Mt Burr snuck into fifth place on the ladder with a strong 12 goal win over Kongorong. Hayley Agnew led from the front for the Mossies, while Laura Schultz was also influential. With both sides still in contention for a top four finish, the premiership points were crucial. Robe was impressive in its victory over Nangwarry, only the Roosters’ second win for 2018, while Kalangadoo unsurprisingly was always in control over Port MacDonnell. Abbey Duncan picked up where she left off from the SA Country Championships with another standout performance for the Magpies, who have lost Shauni Cunningham for the season with an Achilles injury sustained at the country championships.
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WINEMAKER FINDS TURN ON DANCEFLOOR A CHALLENGE One of the biggest challenges facing the stars that take on the challenge of Swinging with the Stars, is finding the time for rehearsals – the scheduled group practices as well as extra sessions with their partners. That challenge has been huge for Cape Jaffa Wines’ Anna Hooper, who has had considerable time in Adelaide for work commitments, meaning she has missed not only group sessions but is also madly trying to catch up with partner Dylan Blacksell to try and nail moves, that in all sincerity, are quite foreign to the award winning winemaker. Anna signed on for the Stand Like Stone Foundation major fundraiser in February with her only dancing experience being at social events. “That’s when you have the luxury of making up the steps yourself,” Anna said. But that is not the case in this fun filled dancing competition, and Anna, who is fundraising directly for the foundation, has found hip hop the most challenging – in keeping with the sentiments of all the 2018 competitors. “It’s very fast and requires far more coordination than I have,” Anna said. Not that any of it has been easy. “Learning and remembering the steps has been so much more difficult than I expected,” Anna said. “It’s really frustrating and being so bad at something which
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to the Caledonian Inn in Robe who assisted me with fund raising by hosting a quiz night during the week which was a lot of fun,” Anna said. “Also thanks to the Mt Gambier Club who also assisted with a beer and wine night that raised funds.”
LOCAL MUSICIANS SET TO IMPRESS ON SIR ROBERT HELPMANN THEATRE STAGE The Limestone Coast Symphony Orchestra is showcasing three local composers, as well as locally based solists and vocallists as it prapres for its sixth season with concerts in Mount Gambier and Naracoorte. The Mount Gambier concert is on June 30 and the Naracoorte performance, July 1. Mount Gambier vocalists Viv Dowling and Jess Allison will appear together with Millicent’s Amy Williams. Kinta Wilson of Penola will play the solo in a Concerto for Piccolo while Naracoorte’s Ivan Skawronski will be the solo violinist in Elgar’s “Salut D’Amore”. Works from the classical tradition will include pieces by Handel, Verdi, Grieg, Johan Strauss, Wagner and Tchaikovsky.Tickets for the Mount Gambier concert available at the Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre Box Office, online at www.countryarts.org.au or phone (08)8723 8741. Tickets for the Naracoorte concert are available online at www.lcso.org.au or at the Naracoorte Visitor Information Centre. Next week’s Lifestyle1 will feature some of the local performers & composers.
LOCAL SPORT WESTERN BORDER FOOTBALL A GRADE South Gambier 1.1 5.6 9.6 10.10 (70) East Gambier 1.3 2.4 3.7 3.8 (26) Goals - South: B. Kain 4; H. Capewell 3; A. Harkness, M. Sutton, B. Glynn. East: C. Johnson 2; M. Rumbelow. Best - South: B. O’Neill, N. Tarca, K. Bowd, B. Glynn, J. Tentye. East: J. Eldridge, J. Ransom, C. Johnson, J. Forster, M. Rumbelow. Millicent 2.3 4.4 4.6 4.6 (30) West Gambier 2.1 2.1 3.1 3.2 (20) Goals - Millicent: D. Bromley 3; M. Duldig. West: J. Schapel 2; T. Lewis. Best - Millicent: B. Kenny, D. Bromley, T. Hutchesson, J. Walker, R. Duncan, C. Gallio. West: R. Kuller, L. Bradley-Brown, J. Coombe, J. Schapel, K. Giddings. Casterton Sandford 0.2 3.3 5.6 5.8 (38) North Gambier 0.0 1.2 2.4 4.6 (30) Goals - Casterton Sandford: M. Killey, T, Nesbitt, B. Galpin, W. MacDonald, J. Stephenson. North: M. Telford, W. Lewis, N. Blachut, M. McInerney. Best - Casterton Sandford: T. Nesbitt, B. Guthrie, M. Killey, M. Rogers, D. Wombwell, H. Jarrad. North: S. Stafford, F. Marshall, B. Stafford, T. McInerney, M. Telford, W. Lewis.
B GRADE East Gambier 6.5 (41) d South Gambier 1.3 (9) Millicent 14.1 4(98) d West Gambier 0.2 (2) Casterton Sandford 7.1 (43) d North Gambier 4.4 (28)
UNDER 17.5 South Gambier 6.5 (41) d East Gambier 5.1 (31) Millicent 2.12 (24) d West Gambier 2.5 (17) Casterton Sandford 19.13 (127) d North Gambier 1.0 (6)
UNDER 15 South Gambier 10.8 (68) d East Gambier 0.1 (1) North Gambier 7.7 (49) d Casterton Sandford 4.1 (25)
UNDER 13 West Gambier 5.2 (32) d Millicent 3.4 (22) North Gambier 6.6 (42) d Casterton Sandford 2.2 (14) South Gambier 10.8 (68) d East Gambier 0.1 (1)
WESTERN BORDER NETBALL A GRADE East Gambier 57 (S. Smith, S. Lock) d South Gambier 42 (I. Walker, G. Hood); Millicent 69 (D. Verbena, P. Nitschke) d West Gambier 47 (L. McGregor, J. Bell); North Gambier 70 (E. Close, K. Egan) d Casterton Sandford 24 (M. Cleary, G. Tomkins)
A RESERVE East Gambier 40 (K. Zvirgzdins, J. Clark) d South Gambier 24 (L. Bruggemann, T. Watts); Millicent 67 (J. Wilson, L. Bowman) d West Gambier 21 (T. Pearson, L. Fox); Casterton Sandford 63 (T. Cleary, M. Crawford) d North Gambier 43 (P. Douglas, A. Bryan)
B GRADE East Gambier 40 (B. Davis, E. Hudson) d South Gambier 23 (J. O’Neill, G. Irvine); Millicent 45 (H. Douglas, V. Carpurso) d West Gambier 36 (J. Lamb, D. Kamara); Casterton Sandford 56 (L. Lane, P. Cameron) d North Gambier 24 (N. Fox, C. Tirabassi)
C GRADE East Gambier 56 (E. Thompson, M. Taylor) d South Gambier 37 (E. Galluccio, R. Tilley); West Gambier 31 (S. Povey, J. Taylor) d Millicent 22 (K. Ryan, L. Harvey); North Gambier 48 (G. McInerney, S. McInerney) d Casterton Sandford 23 (S. Naylor, R. Janieson)
17 & UNDER South Gambier 38 (I. Walker, R. Buckingham) d East Gambier 28 (T. Bosko, C. McMahon); Millicent 47 (J. Venn, P. Nitschke) d West Gambier 37 (A. Egan, G. Monkley); North Gambier 72 (E. Brown. C. Day) d Casterton Sandford 9 (M. Mutch, M. Elshaug-Betson)
15 & UNDER A South Gambier 34 (G. Ryan, S. Boston) d East Gambier 18 (K. Dempsey, J. Hutchesson); Millicent 54 (C. Turner, T. Bryant) d West Gambier 37 (S. Ritter, J. Davey); North Gambier 49 (C. Bruhn. A. Dyson) d Casterton Sandford 28 C. Galpin, T. McLean)
15 & UNDER B South Gambier 36 (M. Reid, C, Sims) d East Gambier 10 (M. Stevens, C. Lines); Millicent 35 (M. Grant, Z. Malseed) d West Gambier 25 (Z. Aberle, C. Carraill); Casterton Sandford 31 (M. Hutchins, E. Jarrad) d North Gambier 17 (S. Dally, J. Brooks)
Z. Halton); Robe 33 (E. Mackey, M. Camino) d Nangwarry 28 (S. Skratek, H. Vanderhorst); Kalangadoo 44 (S. Varcoe, S. Ryan) d Port MacDonnell 20 (H. Collins, K. Sneath)
13 & UNDER Mt Burr 33 (J. Altschwager, M. Holland) d Kongorong 26 (I. Jenkin, J. McKinnon); Hatherleigh 46 (L. Paul, A. Gilbertson) d Glencoe 13 (A. Tentye, Z. Mulraney); Robe 34 d Nangwarry 26 (L. Tasker, J. Work); Port MacDonnell 26 (A. Smith, S. Collins) d Kalangadoo 9 (S. Wrightson, T. Lythgo)
MID SOUTH EAST FOOTBALL A GRADE
Mt Burr 60 (H. Agnew, L. Schultz) d Kongorong 48 (S. Loughhead, K. Earl); Hatherleigh 56 (K. Wight, M. Redman) d Glencoe 48 (C. Cocks, J. Paproth); Robe 73 (S. Laurie, H. Carter) d Nangwarry 50 (T. Stewart, C. Dinnison); Kalangadoo49 (A. Duncan, J. Croser) d Port MacDonnell 19 (J. Trench, S. Taylor)
Mt Burr 5.5 9.9 19.10 27.12 (174) Kongorong 0.1 2.2 5.5 7.7 (49) Goals - Mt Burr: J. Gregory 9; D. Bowering, D. Ridley 3; J. Fiebig, E. Glass, C. Puaitti, T. Hales, T. Redden 2; T. Fennell, N. Muhovics. Kongorong: J. Mullan 5; J. Simkin, S. Baker. Best - Mt Burr: C. Puiatti, H. Crauford, J. Greogry, T. Redden, C. Gamble, D. Bowering. Kongorong: P. Ellis, R. Hein, B. Weaver, J. Mulland, J. Simkin. Glencoe 3.1 6.3 8.4 12.10 (82) Hatherleigh 1.2 4.3 7.3 8.10 (58) Goals - Glencoe: A. Gregory 3; B. Mitchell, E. Bronca, D. Childs 2; M. Kasparian, N. Easterbrook, J. Ballintyne. Hatherleigh: B. Fabris, M. Faulkner 2; J. Ferguson-Lane, T. Merrett, J. Wight, J. Bateman. Best - Glencoe: T. Edwards, M. Kasparian, Z. Cocks, D. Chiulds, C. Von Duve, J. Miller. Hatherleigh: W. Chay, J. Ferguson-Lane, J. Bateman, M. Pulmer, H. Biddle, T. Ware. Kalangadoo 3.3 5.4 7.5 10.7 (67) Port MacDonnell 1.1 3.2 4.2 7.5 (47) Goals -Kalangadoo: A. Stone 4; M. Krieger, M. Fatchen 2; L. Jones, B. Gregory. Pt Mac: J. Turner 5; J. Primer, N. Wilke. Best - Kalangadoo: S. Agnew, A. Stone, S. McManus, M. Lowe, D. Jeffree, J. Bannister. Pt Mac: J. Langdon, B. McGregor, D. McElroy, S. Enderl, J. Turner, M. Roscow. Robe 10.6 17.11 22.16 28.18 (186) Nangwarry 1.0 1.1 1.3 1.3 (9) Goals - Robe: No details available. Nangwarry: A. Mills. Best - Robe: No details available. Nangwarry: No details available.
13 & UNDER A South Gambier 54 (L. Munro, A. Clayton) d East Gambier 12 (C. Lines, M. Cordell); Millicent 34 (R. Kenny, J. Little) d West Gambier 17 (L. Croker, E. Jolley); North Gambier 25 (A. Coon, L. Norman) d Casterton Sandford 18 (Z. Crawford, E. Jarrad)
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South Gambier 18 (S. Pedler, E. Wilke) d East Gambier 17 (J. Davis, A. Beveridge); Millicent 23 (F. McKenzie, P. Venn) d West Gambier 14 (J. Herpaer, M. Bull); North Gambier 37 (S. Mobbs, C. Nulty) d Casterton Sandford 11 (Z. Hill, S. Burford)
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East Gambier 23 (M. Button, E. Bassett) d South Gambier 10 (R. Mitchell, M. Harrold); West Gambier 25 (M. Pearson, A. Judd) d Millicent 18 (M. Lynch, H. McGrath); Casterton Sandford 14 drew with North Gambier 14
MID SOUTH EAST NETBALL A GRADE
Kongorong 48 (K. Loughhead, C. Tink) d Mt Burr 28 (L. Corman); Glencoe 52 (C. Treacey, K. Heaver) d Hatherleigh 48; Robe 52 (D. Carter, A. Culley) d Nangwarry 43 (E. Stokker, M. Trestrail); Kalangadoo 48 (L. Ousey, S. Croser) d Port MacDonnell 31 (B. O’Dine, B. Williams)
B GRADE Kongorong 72 (B. Fuller, S. Pulkkinen) d Mt Burr 22 (K. Burchell, C. Johnson); Glencoe 54 (E. Martin, H. Greenfield) d Hatherleigh 18 (E. Leopold, E. Machin); Robe 64 (A. Kunze, M. Mathurst-Warren) d Nangwarry 44 (D. Gray, S. Judd); Kalangadoo 34 (N. Reeves, I. Giddings) d Port MacDonnell 32 (C. Lewis, B. Wilson)
B RESERVE Kognorong 56 (G. Forgan, S. Hargreaves) d Mt Burr 25 (M. Anderson, H. Fraser); Glencoe 56 (A. Tweddle, A. Cocks) d Hatherleigh 30 (G. Carnello, A. Haines); Robe 36 (M. Davis, E. Brooks) d Nangwarry 29 (A. Yeates, T. Shepherd); Kalangadoo 29 (A. Morgan, H. Scholz) drew with Port MacDonnell 29 (M. Wilson, K. Horrigan)
Kongorong 21.5 (131) d Mt Burr 2.2 (14) Hatherleigh 8.5 (53) d Glencoe 5.3 (33) Kalangadoo 5.9 (39) d Port MacDonnell 4.2 (26) Robe 6.8 (44) d Nangwarry 5.5 (35)
SENIOR COLTS Robe 11.16 (82) d Nangwarry 5.3 (33) Mt Burr 10.18 (78) d Kongorong 1.0 (6) Hatherleigh 17.13 (115) d Glencoe 2.1 (13) Port MacDonnell 16.19 (115) d Kalangadoo 2.1 (13)
JUNIOR COLTS Kongorong 6.7 (43) d Mt Burr 0.0 (0) Hatherleigh 4.4 (28) d Glencoe 3.7 (25) Kalangadoo 11.3 (69) d Port MacDonnell 4.5 (29) Robe 4.5 (29) d Nangwarry 2.0 (12)
17 & UNDER
Mt Burr 77 (M. Butler, M. Bowering) d Kongorong 21 (J. Sheperd, B. Bellinger); Glencoe 43 (T. Medhurst, C. Pfitzner) d Hatherleigh 24; Robe 60 (L. Perkins, S. Haggett) d Nangwarry 11 (H. Vanerhorst, E. Lawson); Kalangadoo 32 (A. Attenborough, E. Ilsley) d Port MacDonnell 25 (I. Sneath, K. Telford)
15 & UNDER Mt Burr 56 (L. Baker, A. Smith-Muhovics) d Kongorong 14 (M. Sutherland, G. Bald); Hatherleigh 50 (C. Owen, L. Haines) d Glencoe 32 (A. Thompson,
Above (top) - South Gambier defender Alyssa Boylancontests strongly from the front position with star East Gambier goaler Tenille Gray.’Above (bottom) - South Gambier veteran Dion Stratford in a race for possession with dynamic East Gambier forward Kevin Thomson. PHOTOS COURTESY OF FRANK MONGER
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LOCAL SPORT SOUTH WEST DISTRICT FOOTBALL A GRADE Dartmoor 4.4 9.10 11.13 12.21 (93) Branxholme-Wallacedale 0.0 0.0 1.1 1.1 (7) Goals - Dartmoor: C. Howlett 3; S. Woodall 2; S. Spencer, L. Polaski, J. Woodall, M. Bull, A. O’Connell, S. Walsh-Bannam, D. Lynch. Branxholme-Wallacedale: J. Lambvevski. Best - Dartmoor: L. Polaski, A. O’Connell, J. Polaski, C. Ireland, D. Miller, C. Howlett. Branxholme-Wallacedale: L. Eewing, J. Hogan, E. Manders, T. Cogger, J. Austin, S. Lambevski. Coleraine 4.5 7.7 15.11 18.14 (122) Cavendish 0.1 2.4 2.4 3.4 (22) Goals - Coleraine: J. Shaw 4; L. Ryan 3; R. Rhook, J. Nash, L. Kaine, A. Richardson 2; J. Eats, T. Hogan, M. Ross. Cavendish: J. O’Brien, D. Praolini, R. McNaughton. Best -Coleraine: J. Wright, L. Kaine, J. Shaw, J. Nash, M. Lang, L. Ryan. Cavendish: R. McNaughton, T. Huf, J. Brown, J. Mailes, J. Logan, W. MacDonald. Heathmere 2.2 5.4 9.6 12.10 (82) Westerns 0.4 0.8 0.8 1.14 (20) Goals - Heathmere: M. Wilson 4; M. Lenenhan 2; T. Puche, L. Davis, M. Payne, B. Carter, C. McNabb, S. Wilson. Westerns: E. Magann. Best - Heathmere: M. Riddell, H. Telfer, B. Wilson, B. Jasper, S. Lovett, C. McNabb. Westerns: C. Anson, N. Scott, P. Proctor, L. Evans, M. England, S. O’Brien. Heywood 4.3 6.4 10.8 12.15 (87) Tyrendarra 0.0 1.2 1.2 2.2 (14) Goals - Hewood: N. Johnstone 3; D. Handreck, W. Barker-Lovett, E. Blackwell 2; T. Chambers, K. Bunworth. Tynredarra: T. Deans, M. Clark. Best - Heywood: W. Barker-Lovett, J. Imbi, K. Bunworth, R. Raymond, J. Ellis, E. Blacksell. Tyrendarra: M. Peters, T. Cowie, M. MacDonald, C. Moutray, S. Merrett, D. Andrew.
HAMPDEN FOOTBALL A GRADE Hamilton Kangaroos 3.0 6.1 8.4 11.6 (72) North Warrnambool 1.4 2.5 4.5 5.6 (36) Goals - Hamilton Kangaroos: D. Russell, T. Ross 3; S. Fiegert 2; S. Hassell, B. Thomas, B. Hicks. North Warrnambool: D. Parish 3; A. Wines, M. Wines. Best - Hamilton Kangaroos: S. Fiegert, C. Quinn, B. Thomas, D. Russell, J. Slabbert. North Warrnambool: M. Wines, T. Batten, T. Keast, S. Doukas, T. Fowler, D. Parish. Port Fairy 3.1 8.5 10.8 11.13 (79) Portland 2.2 3.2 3.4 3.5 (23) Goals - Port Fairy: D. Nicholson 4; M. Sully 3; S. Robinson 2; N. Sheehan, J. Conlan. Portland: L. Crane, J. Moody, R. Egan. Best - Port Fairy: J. Gunning, M. Pitt, I. Martin, J. Dwyer, K. Smith, D. Gunning. Portland: D. Denboer, A. Shepherd, D. Falcone, T. Oakley, B. Uebergang, W. Oakley.
SOUTH WEST DISTRICT NETBALL A GRADE Dartmoor 49 (A. Beer, R. Vankalken, C. Finnigan) d Branxholme-Wallacedale 35 (C. Tonissen, Z. Satchell, S. Kamp); Cavendish 77 (M. Perry, B. Goodwin, L. Iredell) d Coleraine 35 (E. Brewster, S. McKay, E. Grigg); Westerns 47 (B. Polaski, T. Nelson, R. McKinna) d Heathmere 31 (K. Pickert, A. Holmes, H. Ball); Tyrendarra 89 (M. Nash, A. Curran, K. Nunn) d Heywood 23 (L. Lovett-Murray, S. Malseed, M. Hoggan)
HAMPDEN NETBALL A GRADE North Warrnambool 48 d Hamilton Kangaroos 42 (J. McCallum, E, Duckmanton, A. Huf); Port Fairy 58 d Portland 41 (S. Trigg, B. Bentsch, S. Arnott)
KNT NETBALL A GRADE Lucindale 46 (T Holland, C Pietsch) d Keith 45 (M Harper, J Smart) Kybybolite 45 (N Bruce-Gordon, B Bugg) d Padthaway 38 (E Hannaford, K Moyle-Read); Penola 68 (E Winter, A Earl) d Muindulla 51 (A Wendelborn, M Parry); Naracoorte 73 (K Mott, A Bennier) d Border Districts 31 (A Lang, L Biggs); Kingston 65 (A Hagel, S Lewis) d K/L United 45 (N Ervin, H Witmitz)
A RESERVE Keith 57 (A Schreiber, M Makin) d Lucindale 39 (E Jones, J Bittner) Kybybolite 64 d Padthaway 17; Penola 65 (A Possingham, T Galpin) d Mundulla 35 (K Hinge, S Hinge); Naracoorte 59 (S Bates, B Manser) d Border Districts 25 (M Jordan, L Willmott); K/L United 49 d Kingston 36 (N Pink, J Wehl)
B GRADE Keith 64 (G Clark, E Millhouse) d Lucindale 26 (L McCarthy, J Mark) Kybybolite 52 d Padthaway 36 Penola 37 (M Gartner, S Devereux) d Mundulla 34 (S Kennett, H Tucker) Naracoorte 47 (S Romer, S Ford) d Border Districts 22 (M Gabbe, E Adams)
C GRADE Keith 49 (J Turnbull, S Bunnett) d Lucindale 20 (A Linder, S Ferguson) Kybybolite 44 d Padthaway 21
LIMESTONE COAST CLAIMS UNDER 12 STATE TITLE Penola 40 (N Davidson, S Pitt) d Mundulla 25 (M Chalk, T Grosser) Naracoorte 51 (J Pettman, T Williamson) d Border Districts (J Koch, M Skinner) K/L United 36 d Kingston 31 (E Burpee, M Murdock)
17 & UNDER Lucindale 77 (E Jones, J Bittner); Penola 60 (J Lucas, A Gartner) d Mundulla 34 (A Dimitriadis, A Young); Naracoorte 65 (O Krieger, T Kavanagh) d Border Districts 17 (S Walter, A Michelore); Kingston 45 (C Hutchinson, B Drabsch) d K/L United 28
16 & UNDER Padthaway 37 d Kybybolite 31 Mundulla 35 (K Lock, J Laucke) d Penola 30 (A Marcus, I Venables)
15 & UNDER Penola 50 (G Winter, E Berkin) d Mundulla 21 (M Lowe, M Green) Border Districts 32 (G Boddington, C Moore) d Naracoorte 23 (K Mohammadi, B Waihape); K/L United 40 (E Ansell, E Vivian) d Kingston 20 (E Pilmore, I Drabsch)
13 & UNDER A Kybybolite 52 d Padthaway 32 Mundulla 48 (L Bertus, E Ferguson) d Penola 37 (K Venables, T Porter) Border Districts 36 (L Bird, C Hawkins) d Naracoorte 34 (J Kavanagh, C duRand) K/L United 26 (V Verall, A Hawker) d Kingston 7 (A Drabsch, T Pink)
13 & UNDER B Border Districts 26 (M Batson, B Hawkins) d Naracoorte 7 (J Albrecht, I Schroder) Kingston 16 (J Mules, A Mules) d K/L United 1 (E Polmer, M Coad)
KNT FOOTBALL A GRADE Naracoorte 1.1 1.3 5.6 6.7 (43) Border Districts 2.1 3.6 3.10 4.14 (38) Goals- Naracoorte: C. Ladhams 4; J. Cother, N. Davey. Border Districts: D. Starr 2; H. Pretlove, S. Robinson. Best - Naracoorte: S. Bates, J. Bettoncelli, J. Cother, K. Adams, J, Moss. Border Districts: G. Cother, G. Hampton, H. Pretlove, K. Phillips, N. Rayner, T. Leechman. Lucindale 3.6 3.8 6.10 6.12 (48) Keith 1.1 2.4 3.7 4.8 (32) Goals - Lucindale: T. Logan 3; S. Mardling, J. Teakle, S. Graetz. Keith: B. Simounds 3; G. Johnson. Best - Lucindale: A. Fielke, T. Logan, A. McCarthy, D. Ogilvie, S. Spriggs, S. Mardling. Keith: B. Laurie, G. Thring, T. Geyer, N. Van Den Berg, S. McMurray, P. Makin. Kaniva Leeor 3,1 6.3 12.4 18.7 (115) Kingston 1.1 2.5 5.6 5.9 (39) Goals - Kaniva Leeor: N. Murphy 7; A. Brown 3; C. Hitchcock 2; J. Wagg, N. Bowles, J. Jarred, S. Snook, L. Vivian, J. LaRocca. Kingston: S. Branson 2; B. Warner, M. Wakefield, S. Robertson. Best - Kaniva Leeor: A. Brown, N. Bowles, N. Murphy, S. Snook, L. Vivian, J. Jarred. Kingston: T. Baker, B. Warner, T. Borrillo, S. Robertson, L. Exton, W. Goode.. Kybybolite 3.1 5.3 7.7 9.11 (65) Padthaway 5.5 6.6 6.11 8.11 (59) Goals - Kybybolite: L. McGregor 4; J. McKay 2; S. Carberry, T. Cooper, D. Warren. Padthaway: C. Francis, J. Kovaleff 2; L. Harder, S. Townsend, L. Eats, I. Noles. Best - Kybybolite: D. Warren, R. Jaensch, M. Tonkin, T. Cooper, T. Hunter, T. Woodard, Padthaway: D. Obst, L. Harder, T. McNamara, J. Dicker, A. Stevens, T. Brown. Penola 2,2 4.3 8.5 9.6 (60) Mundulla 0.5 3.9 4.12 7.16 (58) Goals - Penola: B. Foster, A. Merrett 3; J. Currie, S. Berkefeld, M. Berkefeld. Mundulla: J. Hinge, B. Packer, N. Gregurke, J. McGrice, R. Braybrook, T. Ballinger, L. Wiese. Best -Penola: B. Maney, B. Foster, L. Walker, J. Pfitzner, J. Galpin, A. Moore. Mundulla: L. Wiese, T. Ballinger, N. Gregurke, N. Mosey, J. McGrice, B. Packer.
When it comes to come from behind victories, the LimesTont Coast Football Association Under 12 development squad takes the cake with its effort at the State Championships. The team went through the minor rounds undefeated but found itself trailing 1-3 in the all important title decider. The youngsters rallied though and won the event with a 4-3 nail biting vcictory. More details on the State Championships in next week’s Lifestyle1.
Naracoorte 15.8 (98) d Border Districts 4.3 (27) Keith 5.9 (39) d Lucindale 4.4 (28) Kybybolite 10.14 (74) d Padthaway 9.0 (54) Kaniva Leeor 9.6 (60) d Kingston 4.5 (29) Mundulla 10.15 (75) d Penola 4.8 (32)
Keith 16.12 (108) d Naracoorte 4.3 (27) Kybybolite 14.11 (95) d Padthaway Lucindale 0.0 (0) Kaniva Leeor 12.8 (80) d Kingston 4.6 (30) Penola 15.10 (100) d Mundulla 1.0 (6)
PHOTOS COURTESY OF ELIZA COLE Above (top) - The successful Under 12 Development team.
Above (second row from left) - Kobe Cole & Finn Dickson in action.
Naracoorte 3.9 (27) d Border Districts 3.1 (19) Keith 9.6 (60) d Padthaway Lucindale 0.0 (0) Kingston 9.20 (74) d Kaniva Leeor 2.1 (13) Penola 9.7 (61) d Mundulla 0.0 (0)
Above (bottom row from left) - Freddie Muller & Jacob Salmun and Fergus Kentish celebrate one of the comeback goal’s in the title decider.
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ANOTHER STRONG SHOWING FROM INDOOR BOWLERS ON STATE STAGE The Mount Gambier District Indoor Bowls Association hosted and competed in the South Australian Indoor Bias Bowls Regional Tournament for the eighth time, winning many silver individual medals and one gold before finishing in equal second place for the Othams Trophy behind Adelaide Metro. The Mount Gambier District
Indoor Bowls Association hosted the Regional tournament at the Tenison College Gymnasium on the long weekend, but home ground advantage went astray with only one of 10 Mount Gambier teams winning in the first round on Saturday. This put the Mount Gambier Association behind right from the start to try and catch up points later. The association competed against teams from the Mid South East Indoor Bowls Association, Adelaide Metro & Para Districts/Golden Grove Association. Each team comprised of 26 players, of who fielded 10 different team combinations. The Mount Gambier District Indoor Bowls Association ventually recovered to claim medals in six of the 10 disciplines. The only team to win a gold medal was the Ladies Triples with Tanya Burke, Veronica Opie and Serena Bourn (pictured), who on the last game against the competition leaders to take victory out of their hands. Gary Bowering and Zac Pearson ere looking to defend their title but ad
to be content with silver in the Men’s Pairs. The Men’s Triples Team of Kevin Burn, Graham Dent and Stephen Von Duve jelled together on the last day, to be a force to be reckoned with to beat the team of Adelaide Metro and take the silver medal. The Men’s Fours team of Simon Attiwill, Tim Radley, Garry Burke and Craig Pearson won the silver medal after losing to the Adelaide Metro team by one shot on the first day. The Mixed Fours team of Kath Hearne, Lorraine VanDen Hoogen, Travis Bourn and David Edwards won silver with two wins after a bad start on ay one. The other represetnatives were Jennifer Bowering in Ladies Singles; Thomas Butler in Men’s Singles, the Ladies Pairs team of Marie Pedlar and Kristy Errock; and the Ladies Fours of Nancy Horrigan, Betty Allen, Kym Franklin and Shirley Gifford.
SPORTING SNAPSHOTS This week:
The LSEHA Under 13 Boys team took out the South Australian Championships on the June Long Weekend with a 4-2 penalty shootout victory.
WESTERN BORDER NETBALL ASSOCIATION 17 & UNDER CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM
SA COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS JUNIOR RESULTS WESTERN BORDER NETBALL ASSOCIATION RESULTS 13 & UNDER Western Border 39 (Amryn Bosko & Siobhan Adams) d Mid West 11; Western Border 27 (Ellie Bouchier & Makere Cordell) d Southern Hills 13; Western Border 39 (Portia McRae & Paige Lucas) d North East 16; Western Border 29 (Daisy Tunkin & Saige Gibson) d Whyalla 10; Western Border 28 (Portia McRae & Alyssa Duncan) d River Murray 13; Western Border 27 (Amryn Bosko & Paige Lucas) d Mid South East 23; Great Southern 22 d Western Border 21 (Kori Collins & Saige Gibson); Western Border 22 (Siobhan Adams & Kori Collins) d Adelaide Plains 12 QUARTER FINAL Western Border 35 (Kori Collins & Alyssa Duncan) d Port Pirie 13 SEMI FINAL Western Border 28 (Siobhan Adams & Portia McRae) GRAND FINAL (DIVSION ONE) Western Border 23 (Amryn Bosko & Paige Lucas) d River Murray 8 15 & UNDER Western Border 37 (Hannah Nitschke & Sarah Ritter) d 11; Western Border 28 (Paige Nitschke & Lucy Denton) d Great Flinders 14; Western Border 45 (Kayleigh Taylor & Tully McShane) d Southern Hills 16; Western Border 34 (Tara Bryant & Charlotte Turner) d Port Augusta 16; Western Border 22 (Lucy Denton & Paige Nitschke) d North Eastern 10; Riverland 23 d Western Border 21 (Hannah Nitschke & Sarah Ritter); Western Border 39 (Charlotte Bruhn & Kate Walker) d KNT 23; Western Border 27 (Tara Bryant & Paige Nitschke) d Barossa, Light & Gawler 23 QUARTER FINAL Western Border 31 (Paige Nitschke & Hannah Nitschke) d Mid Hills 15 SEMI FINAL Riverland 30 d Western Border 29 (Lucy Denton & Sarah Ritter) 17 & UNDER
WESTERN BORDER NETBALL ASSOCIATION 13 & UNDER CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM
MID SOUTH EAST NETBALL ASSOCIATION 17 & UNDER RUNNER-UP TEAM
Western Border 33 (Jordyn Adams & Tyne Bosko) d North Eastern 16; Western Border 38 (Riley Buckingham & Sophie Ellis) d Kangaroo Island 12; Western Border 43 (Emily Close & Ellen Brown) d Great Flinders 11; Western Border 31 (Jordyn Adams & Imogen Walker) d Mid Hills 15; Western Border 30 (Sophie Ellis & Sharna McKinnon) d KNT 14; Mid South East 23 d Western Border 21 (Tyne Bosko & Riley Buckingham); Western Border 26 (Emily Close & Sharna McKinnon) d Riverland 16; Western Border 33 (Imogen Walker & Sharna McKinnon) d River Murray 14; Western Border 28 (Jordyn Adams & Hannah Nulty) d Mid Hills 14 QUARTER FINAL Western Border 31 (Jordyn Adams & Tyne Bosko) d Port Augusta 8 SEMI FINAL Western Border 35 (Emily Close & Sharna McKinnon) d Port Lincoln 19 GRAND FINAL (DIVISION ONE) Western Border 26 d Mid South East 20 KOWREE NARACOORTE TATIARA NETBALL ASSOCIATION RESULTS 13 & UNDER KNT 36 d Kangaroo Island 3; Port Pirie 28 d KNT 19; KNT 19 d Eastern Eyre 18; KNT 3 d Mid Hills (2) 11; River Murray 24 d KNT 19; Hills 25 d KNT 23; North Eastern 20 d KNT 19; KNT 26 d Northern Areas 4; KNT 24 d Yorke Peninsula QUARTER FINAL KNT 20 d Mid Hills (1) 19 SEMI FINAL KNT 23 d North Eastern 18 GRAND FINAL (DIVISION TWO) Yorke Peninsula 25 d KNT 19 15 & UNDER KNT 31 d Mid Hills (2) 20; KNT 30 d Whyalla 22; KNT 25 d Yorke Peninsula 22; KNT 26 d Far West 14; Great Southern 29 d KNT 25; Barossa Light & Gawler 25 d KNT 18; North eastern 29 d KNT 20; Riverland 33 d KNT 17; Western Border 39 d KNT 23 17 & UNDER KNT 33 d Mallee 13; KNT 32 d Adelaide Plains 15;
KNT 25 d Eastern Eyre 19; Port Lincoln (1) 25 d KNT 24; KNT 30 d Whyalla 18; Western Border 30 d KNT 14; KNT 28 d River Murray 26; Mid South East 28 d KNT 26; Mid Hills 27 d KNT 21; Riverland 21 d KNT 12. MID SOUTH EAST NETBALL ASSOCIATION RESULTS 13 & UNDER Mid South East 24 d Northern Areas 11; Mid South East 22 d Mid Hills (1) 19; Riverland 32 d Mid South East 13; Mid South East 43 d Roxby Downs (2) 2; Mid South East 18 d Great Southern 12; Mid South East 24 d Adelaide Plains 21; Western Border 27 d Mid South East 23; River Murray 25 d Mid South East 11. QUARTER FINAL Mid South East 32 d Riverland 21 SEMI FINAL Western Border 25 d Mid South East 8 15 & UNDER Eastern Eyre 22 d Mid South East 8; Riverland 47 d Mid South East 15; Mid South East 24 d Northern Areas 18; Mid South East 30 d Kangaroo Island 18; Port Augusta 23 d Mid South East 17; Whyalla 23 d Mid South East 21; Mid West 25 d Mid South East 12; Port Lincoln 30 d Mid South East 15. 17 & UNDER Mid South East 32 d Yorke Peninsula 26; Mid South East 45 d Mid West 2; Mid South east 29 drew with Northern Areas 29; Mid South East 23 d Riverland 19; Port Augusta 26 d Mid South East 23; Mid South East 27 d Mid Hills 12; Mid South East 23 d Western Border 21; Mid South East 28 d KNT 26; Mid South East 24 d Riverland 22; Mid South East 27 d River Murray 13 QUARTER FINAL Mid South East 20 d North Eastern 15 SEMI FINAL Mid South East 25 d Great Southern 17 GRAND FINAL Western Border 26 d Mid South East 20 SENIOR RESULTS AND MATCH REPORT ON PAGE 8
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Five South East netballers were named in the Top 10 of the SA Country Championships. Abbey Duncan (MSE); Georgia Gill (KNT); Ebony McDiarmid (MSE); Ally Wendelborn (KNT) & Maddie Redman (MSE).
The LCWFA Under 16 Girls team (pictured) won the South Australian Championships the first time the association has competed. The Under 13 Girls team finished third.
The Australian Club Championships were held in Melbourne on the June Long Weekend and five South East basketballers were on show - Rori Perryman (Sturt); Oscar Adams, Mitchell Hunter, Emily Dawe & Mikaela Horrigan (Eastern Mavericks).
Jack Sharman was named player of the match in the Under 13 Boys State Championship grand final.
SPORT AT A GLANCE WOMEN’S SOCCER BENDIGO BANK SEWFA ROUND 5 RESULTS Under 15s • United 5 (Chelsea Frost 3, Amber Lindquist 1, Chloe Linquist 1) v Inter CFC 3 (Ella Doody 3); Apollo City 0 v Centrals 2 (Olivia Gwilym 1, Kate Seaton 1) Seniors • United 2 (Ella Firth 1, Aimee Brooks 1) v Portland 2 (Chloe Booth 2); Wanderers 0 v Inter CFC 4 (Satomi Unayama 1, Nina Paton 1, Ella Doody 1, Stephanie Gilbert 1); Apollo City 2 (TBA) v Centrals 4 (Tess Andrews 2, Tracey Long 1, Wanita Robinson 1) **65” Match abandoned due to poor light Millicent - BYE Next Saturday (JUNE 23) Centrals play Wanderers at Blue Lake Sports Park; Portland play Apollo City at Portland, and Inter CFC travel to Millicent. Full details on the SEWFA Facebook page and the SEWFA website.
FINKE DESERT RACE WRAP The Limestone Coast is always well represented at the Finke Desert Race and this year was no exception. Pick up your copy of Lifestyle1 next week for a full wrap on all the local entrants, how they prepared and how they fared at the prestigious and gruelling event. Above (left) - South Gambier’s Brodie Glynn leads East Gambier’s Matt Willson in the race for possesion. Above (right) - East Gambier shooter Sarah Lock drives hard out of the circle.
Above - Jordan Rayner and Linton Badman.
PHOTOS COURTESY OF FRANK MONGER.
LSE HOCKEY RESULTS Division 1 Men West 5 d Strikers 2 Division 2 Women Tigers 1 d Redbacks 0 Division 3 Women Strikers 1 d West 0; Redbacks 2 d Cavaliers 1 U15 Girls Strikers 2 d West 1 U12 Girls Strikers 3 d West 1
SUICIDE PREVENTION FUNDRAISER LOOKING FOR ENTRIES TO CLASSIC CAR SHOW The Longriders Motorcycle Club is hosting its annual Suicide Awareness Fundraiser this October - the October 27 Blue Lake City Custom/Classic Bike and Car Show. Entries are now open to hot rods, street machines, drag cars & bikes, off road vehicles, speedway cars, vintage cars & bike and basically any vehicle of interest. Entry is $10 with all proceeds going to suicide awareness programs. For more information and entry forms contact Graeme on 0419 806 410 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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BEACHPORT SURF LIFE SAVING CLUB HOSTS STATE EVENT On the June long weekend, Surf Life Saving Clubs from both metropolitan Adelaide and regional Victoria converged on Beachport for an action packed weekend of racing at the local surf beach. Beachport’s recently established club was certainly made to feel like part of the Surf Life Saving SA wider family when offered the opportunity to host a carnival designated for the racing of IRB (Inflatable Rescue Boats). With swells of more than three metres on Saturday, with water conditions providing competitors with plenty of waves to negotiate and for the hundreds of spectators that came to watch, plenty of entertainment. The racing started with competitors on the beach racing out in the water to the IRBs and starting the engine before racing out to cans (floating markers) in the water where they were required to rescue patient, either by hauling them into the IRB or by entering the water and swimming to rescue patients with a rescue tube. Sunday’s swell conditions eased off slightly, but nevertheless, the two carnivals in Beachport were classed as the highlight of this season by many of the competitors out of the six part series. Beachport Lions Club was an integral part of the weekend’s success, readily assisting the Beachport Surf Lions Club with catering for the carnival, with Millicent Rotary Club also assisting. Feedback from both competitors and spectators was very positive. It is hoped that as the Beachport club continues to grow from strength to strength, this is only a small chapter in their every evolving story. “We currently attract members from all over the South East region, including Mount Gambier, Glencoe, Millicent, Penola and of course lifestyle1.net | 36
Beachport,” club spokesperson Julie Moran said. For more details on the club including video footage of the IRB boats in action over the weekend, go to the club’s Facebook page, ’Beachport Surf Life Saving Club.’ Above (top) - A group shot from the June Long Weekend IRB competition. Above (inset) - The IRBs in action. PHOTO COURTESY OF STEVE CHAPPLE.
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