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COVER • WHITE SUFFOLKS BEST OPTION FOR LAMB PRODUCERS The White Suffolk breed is proving itself as the ideal option for lamb producers with its progressive approach to genetic performance and data recording. The Association continually encourages its members to embrace
performance testing and new technologies to improve the genetics they offer and remain at the forefront of the Australian lamb industry. This is particularly important as a branded product to create commercial demand for the breed remains on the table for the Australian White Suffolk Association. Association President, Anthony Hurst, along with a small group of seedstock producers, has spent the past four years developing a White Suffolk branded lamb product to benefit stud and commercial producers. “Commercial members are the backbone of our industry and as an Association we want to continue to encourage the use of White Suffolks in commercial flocks and by
establishing a branded lamb product we will provide a platform to do so.” Mr Hurst said the breed is tracking above industry average for carcass traits on LAMBPLAN and this performance is reinforced by processor feedback. “It’s a matter of keeping up with the times and what our customers are looking for – that is, consistency of product, evenness in fat cover, taste, flavor and tenderness,’’ he said. “Intramuscular fat is a big part of it but not the be all and end all – meat eating quality is a diverse package including shear force, IMF, tenderness, taste. “As a breed, if we can work on that complete package we are certainly on the right track. Commercial producers are encouraged to join the AWSA commercial register via its website to assist in scoping the numbers, seasonal details, specification and areas where White Suffolk sired lambs are produced. “We currently have a commercial register of seven to eight million White Suffolk sired lambs sourced from diverse areas with a variance in our product to suit specific markets across a 12-month supply.’’ Commercial producers also have the opportunity to win a $1500 ram voucher to use towards the purchase of a White Suffolk ram through the Association’s Win A Ram competition. The competition opens 1 July and entry is via the AWSA website, www. whitesuffolk.com.
The Association currently has a membership of 372, which includes three international members with studs located in New Zealand, USA and Hungary, and has a focus on ensuring the younger generation become involved in the sheep industry. “We have a lot of young members coming into the breed and they are arriving at the right time to take on the technologies and grow with it,” Mr Hurst said. “Industry is asking for data so we’ve got to stay ahead of the pack.” “Given our involvement with data recording and genetic performance, White Suffolk is the best option for commercial Merino breeders and those moving back into sheep.’’ Through its passion for encouraging the next generation of sheep breeders, the Association will attend LambEx 2018 in Perth from 5-7 August as a joint sponsor of the Young Guns Competition and equally give producers the opportunity to network with White Suffolk breeders. Association Board Member Andrew Heinrich said the Young Guns concept was a great opportunity for youth. “It provides a wonderful example to help young people from within the industry to grow and develop more confidence and experience, as well as improve their networking skills,” he said. “This is the third time that the competition has run, and the third time that the association has been involved
in sponsoring it. It has been wonderful to be involved in the process and see the growth of previous finalists. “The competition stepped up another level last year with some of the strongest applicants yet and the 2018 competition has hosted another strong field of applicants.” “We are looking forward to seeing the nine finalists and the three winners at LambEx 2018.” “It will also be a great opportunity for producers to network with White Suffolk breeders and seek information on the benefits of using White Suffolks and their performance in the industry,” he said. Attendees at LambEx 2018 can visit the Association’s display at stand 57 in the exhibition area. Producers wishing to join the Association or our commercial register can visit the AWSA website, or contact the Secretary on (08) 8210 5231. AUSTRALIAN WHITE SUFFOLK ASSOCIATION PO Box 108, Goodwood, SA 5034 Ph: (08)8210 5231 Fax: (08)8231 4173 Email: email@example.com Left - White Suffolks are the ideal prime lamb terminal sire providing superior all round performance in a wide range of environments.
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PERSONAL EXPERIENCE INSPIRES MAJOR FUNDRAISING EFFORT There’s nothing like personal experience to motivate someone to get behind a good cause and that’s exactly the case for Jill Collins and her two head
shave offsiders Lisa Walker and Jenny Thomson. “I went through a tough time with my husband when he had prostate
cancer,” Jill said. “And then over the next couple of years three of his brothers and a couple of friends were also diagnosed.” Jill spends her days thinking of catchy slogans and marketing ideas as a sales representative for Lifestyle1 Magazine so it is not surprising that the idea for the upcoming head shave started with a catchphrase – getting it off for the boys. Jill shared her idea with a few family and friends and before she knew it, it had become a major fundraising event. “It really gained momentum and now we have a committee of six and we’ve organised two functions,” she said. Not only has she enlisted two friends – the South Eastern Hotel’s Lisa Walker and SA Health’s Jenny Thomson – but the girls are also working closely with the Limestone Coast Prostate Cancer Support Group and the Mount Gambier Cancer Support Group. “All funds raised are staying local,” Jill said. “That was something that we insisted on when we first started putting this all together.” The Prostate Cancer Support Group will be providing information at both events as well as rolling up their sleeves to cook burgers at the July 22 Sunday Sesh at Metro. That is the first event on the girls calendar to raise significant funds for a biopsy machine for the Mount Gambier Hospital – their joint project with the local cancer support groups. Toni and Theo Vorenas are kindly hosting the
July 22 event, which kicks off at 3pm at Metro Bakery & Café, with a $10 burger and beer deal and part proceeds from all drinks sold being generously donated to the girls’ fundraising kitty. There will be live music from Skyline Haze as well as a mini auction and raffles. “We just want it to be a chilled Sunday afternoon event which we hope will drum up interest and ticket sales for the main event, the head shave,” Jill said. The three girls will be officially losing their locks on September 1 at the Western Tavern, where the generosity of manager Danny Scally has known no limits as the girls push towards a healthy fundraising target. “He (Danny) has been brilliant,” Jill said. With live music from Jason and Christy Wallace, an all night finger food
buffet, drink discounts and a monster auction, the girls are hoping to pack out the venue for a fun night where the centrepiece will be the head shave. Tickets are $40 with the event kicking off at 7.30pm. The Pines Hotel, in Tarpeena, will also be playing their role in the fundraising effort, resurrecting their Running of the Balls event, which raised more that $13,000 last year. Details for that event and an avenue for online donations will be available soon so watch this space. The organising committee is still keen to hear from local businesses and individuals that would like to donate items for the auctions and raffles being held at the fundraising events so email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have anything to offer or would like more details about the events. “Mount Gambier businesses have been so generous already but we would love to get as many items as we can because we really want to be able to get this biopsy machine as soon as possible so patients do not have to travel to a capital city for tests,” Jill said. Above - Lisa Walker, Jill Collins & Jenny Thomson are getting it off for the boys and raising much needed funds for a biopsy machine at the Mount Gambier Hospital. PROSTATE CANCER - JUST THE FACTS • 1 in 5 males risk developing prostate cancer by age 85. • Prostate cancer is the most common internal cancer in Australian men. • In 2018 it is estimated 17,729 cases of prostate cancer will be diagnosed in Australia. • More than 3,100 Australian men die from prostate cancer each year. • More men die of prostate cancer each year than women do of breast cancer. • Initially only a blood test is required.
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BACK TO BACK VICTORIES FOR ALL GIRLS PEDAL PRIX TEAM They say success breeds success and that is certainly true of the St Martins female pedal prix team which for the second time this year has taken out
first place in the Uni SA Australian HPV Super Series. The team of six, named Anything but ORANGE, took out the Mount Gambier based event in April
and faced some new challengers in the Adelaide race, which was a six hour event. Samara Telford started the race and quickly moved up the grid to be leading the all girls category after pulling the fastest lap of the day at 2.08 just six hundredths of a second faster than Loxton High School. Abbey Hartland and Zara Haygarth followed suit and completing 18 and 19 laps each to maintain the team’s lead. Estelle Paul then took over the driving duties, a first time rider of the Adelaide circuit and her first race in a Matrix cart, but only nine laps in, just as she was settling into the race, Estelle found herself wedged between two karts, which caused the St Martins vehicle to flip. The kart escaped unscathed, with Kate McGregor springing into action to take over the driver’s seat, but Estelle was not so lucky, spraining her wrist and also suffering a potential fracture. With three hours left of racing and with the team five laps behind the leader, Kate quickly started to gain ground, picking up two laps after piloting the kart for an hour and 21 minutes at a consistent speed of almost 34km/h. It was then left to Naomi Zwijnenburg to chase the leaders Loxton down and she do it in style. She knew she had to lap them four times to regain the lead and she gave it her all completing 21 laps in just 50 mins at a speed of 37.5km/h. Naomi came in with 20 minutes to go, exhausted, but safe in the knowledge, her team was now two laps clear. Samara Telford returned to the driver’s seat for the nail biting final 20 minutes
of racing and while Loxton, with the aid of a fresh driver late in the race, did gain one lap but Samara geld on for a one lap victory. The girls managed to complete 136 laps, which was 184km, in six hours to take out the all girls category, which also saw them placed 37th out of 161 karts. St Martins also sent a boys team, named Carbonated, which finished 10th in their category and 15th overall. They completed 160 laps, totalling 217km, also in six hours. The boys team was also a six man team, with students ranging from Year 7-12. Sam Potts was the fastest rider for this team averaging a speed of 44.7km/h. David Zwijnenburg, Jozua Zwijnenburg, George Paul, Ben Philips and Ben Wood rounded out the boys team. The next
Super Series event is in Adelaide in six weeks’ time. Above - The successful St Martins all girls pedal prix team.
PORTLAND SET TO LIGHT UP Portland’s Central Business District is set to light up, with a street lighting renewal project to be rolled out in the township’s main retail precincts over the coming weeks. A total of 46 new LED street lights will be installed along Percy and Bentinck streets from 24 June, replacing the existing infrastructure with a more energy efficient and higher quality lighting system. Glenelg Shire Council environmental sustainability coordinator Adam Smith said the project would provide direct benefits to both businesses and customers, reinvigorating the CBD. “This new LED lighting system will provide a higher quality of light output, ensure greater security and safety for both pedestrians and vehicles and allow businesses to have greater freedom with night time opening hours,” he said. “All the lights will be fitted with smart technology as the shire continues to innovate with key digital infrastructure. As a result, the new infrastructure will provide a reduction in electrical costs and ongoing maintenance costs to council, the project is a win all round.” Mr Smith reminded residents that there would be minor delays and road closures during the installation process.
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COMMUNITY FUNDING OPPORTUNITY Community groups, individuals and not-for profit organisations in the Glenelg Shire are invited to make their project become a reality, with applications for round one of council’s 2018-2019 Community Grants Program which opened on Monday and close on July 16 at 5pm. The major grant categories include recreation, public halls, tourism, arts culture and heritage, community support and community plan support. Casterton Croquet Club secretary Ellie Norris encouraged fellow community groups to submit an application, citing the community grants program as ‘invaluable’. “We’ve had an ongoing image problem here at the Croquet Club with many community members assuming we are part of the Bowling Club due to our close proximity to the bowling greens and the lack of off-street and welcome signage. It’s been a real issue to try and attract new members when most people don’t realise where we are located,” she said. “That has changed
however, thanks to the Community Grants Program. When the previous community grants funding round opened earlier this year, the club seized the opportunity to submit application for new signage at our club facilities in Island Park. We were absolutely thrilled when we were notified that we had been successful and within a matter of weeks the colourful off street and welcoming signage had been installed. “We have already noticed our club’s presence increasing within Casterton - people no longer assume we are part of the Bowling Club. It’s a particularly exciting time for the Croquet Club, the future is bright.” Applications for round one of the 2018-2019 Community Grants Program can be completed and submitted online at https://glenelg. smartygrants.com.au/ Information kits are can also be downloaded from the Community Grants section of council’s website. Potential applicants are reminded to refer to the Community Grants Guidelines (Round 1) 2018-2019 to assess their eligibility to apply. All organisations and groups are strongly encouraged to discuss their projects with the relevant council officer prior to submitting their application. Above - Casterton Croquet members Sandra White, Ellie Norris and Lois Perry stand with their new entrance sign, which was funded as part of the Community Grants Program.
WORLD PREMIERE OF DANCE PRODUCTION n an exhilarating ride into myth and imagination, renowned choreographer and dancer Lina Limosani and Scottish director Al Seed tear apart the story of the Fates of Greek mythology in The Spinners – a new work having its world-premiere in Mount Gambier on July 7 at the Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre. Virtuosic dancers Tara Jade Samaya and Kialea-Nadine Williams will join Limosani on stage as the Fates who spin measure and cut the thread of life, creating an emotionally charged dance theatre performance which weaves together conflict, destiny and our perceptions of choice. “When awardwinning director (and long-time friend) Al Seed suggested to me the Moirai, Greek Goddesses of Fate and Destiny as the theme, I did some research and could see the theme was saturated with magical images, all of which could be explored through dance physicality and expression,” Limosani said. Limosani added it was a privilege to showcase this new work with Seed at the Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre for the first time.
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GALLERY DESIGN TENDER AWARDED Southern Grampians Shire Council has appointed the internationallyrenowned architectural firm Denton, Corker, Marshall Pty Ltd to undertake the scoping study and master plan for the new Hamilton Gallery. Southern Grampians Shire Council Mayor MaryAnn Brown said she was excited by the prospect of working with such high profile firm. “This gives great confidence for the next iteration of the Hamilton Gallery and the role that creative industries can play in promoting the lifestyle opportunities in the regions, driving tourism experiences beyond metropolitan areas,” the Mayor said. “We received excellent tender submissions from similarly qualified firms and we are very excited and keen to get this project moving for the advancement of our region.” The project will generate designs for the proposed new building, which demonstrate excellence and leadership in museum architecture, underpinned by economic modelling and urban planning advice. It will set the vision for the building to deliver the highest standards of museum conventions and exhibition requirements as well as a 5 star + green rating. Four tender submissions were received and assessed by a panel consisting of Council officers, industry experts and stakeholders. Evaluations were based on price, demonstrated ability to deliver, performance, knowledge, project management and environmental sustainability considerations.
BOWLING NIGHT FOR REGION’S YOUTH Blue Light Mount Gambier is hosting a bowling night on Friday, July 6, from 6-8pm. Tickets are $10 an can only be purchased from the Mount Gambier Police Station. The price includes two games of bowling and shoe hire at this private event. Food, drink and glow sticks will be available for purchase on the night and parents and care givers must collect thier children at 8pm. The bowling night is recommended for ages 7-13 years old. This is a full supervised event with no pass outs and is a smoke, drug & alcohol free event.
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ONE OF A KIND WITH ROOM TO MOVE 6 Eagle Court
Stunning views with an emphasis on natural light compliment this home. Offering 4 deluxe bedrooms. Opulent master bedroom with luxurious ensuite and walk in robe. Open plan kitchen, dining, living area with split/reverse cycle air-conditioning and slow combustion fire. Gourmet kitchen with quality stainless steel appliances, stone bench tops, picture window splash back and ample storage. Gorgeous three way bathroom with separate vanity. Double remote garage and rainwater.
Relax with your favourite wine while soaking up the views over the city from the outdoor decking. Approximately one acre of well established gardens.
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A TREASURE TROVE OF POTENTIAL IN A DREAM LOCATION Inviting an exciting future with endless opportunities, this original 3-bedroom, 1.5 bathroom & 2 spacious living area home, ticks all the right boxes for a comfortable family home with scope for future renovations. Why we love this home: Walk-in robe in the main bedroom with direct access to the spacious bathroom. BIRs in bedrooms 2 & 3. Second toilet. Solar Panels. 2 rainwater tanks. Amazing views. Large allotment. Located in the prestigious Jardine Street, minutes’ walk to the Oatmil Cinema, restaurants & cafes – this home won’t disappoint! Contact Vicki on 0417 804 782 to book in your inspection today!
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LOADS OF ROOM FOR REAR SHEDDING 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.
IDEAL FOR THE TRADIE AND BIG BOY’S TOYS 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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BOASTING AN IDEAL LOCATION & INDIVIDUALITY Looking for something just that little bit different but don’t want to compromise on location? Oozing the ambience of a chalet rarely seen in this area. This quirky four bedroom home offers delightful outlooks to lush green foliage from just about every room. Multi level living areas provide plenty of space to be on your own while the lounge and dining rooms are lovely spaces for family entertaining. All bedrooms are a good size and the main offers a roomy ensuite and built in robes.
16 Sunnyside 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.
6 Eagle Court
GOOD BONE’S IN A GREAT LOCATION Reap the rewards of this 1960’s built gem. Located literally a stone’s throw from our famous Blue Lake. Currently comprised as a 4 bedroom, open plan dining/ lounge and separate kitchen. The bathroom has been renovated and the home offers 2 toilets. North facing windows allow for loads of natural light into the lounge and dining. Situated on a corner allotment there is a double shed as well as a single carport plus sleepout. Endless possibilities here to create your own “House Rules”.
21 Turnbull Drive
ONE OF A KIND WITH ROOM TO MOVE Stunning views with an emphasis on natural light compliment this home. Offering 4 deluxe bedrooms. Opulent master bedroom with luxurious ensuite and walk in robe. Open plan kitchen, dining, living area with split/reverse cycle air-conditioning and slow combustion fire. Gourmet kitchen with quality stainless steel appliances, stone bench tops, picture window splash back and ample storage. Gorgeous three way bathroom with separate vanity. Double remote garage and rainwater.
6 Mark Street
8 Illawong Drive
STUNNING FAMILY HOME ON AN ACRE Vicki Quinn has pleasure offering for sale this immaculate family home nestled on an acre of gorgeous gardens with room for the kids to roam free. With a unique floorplan, the home is comprises of 4 bedrooms, a dedicated office, formal lounge and an open plan kitchen, dine and family area. The timber kitchen has loads of bench space, dishwasher, induction cook top and a large walk in pantry. Overlooking gardens, the main bedroom is a great size and offers a Large walk in robe and ensuite, complete with a 2 person spa bath. Sliding doors spill from the family room to the superb outdoor entertaining, sheltered by zip track blinds. Ducted Reverse cycle heating/cooling throughout the home is powered by 3 Phase, ensuring cost effective comfort all year round. Vehicle access is available to the double colorbond shed (approx. 6M X 9M). With power in the rear yard. Well priced, this property has been well thought out and offers many extras, including quality window furnishings throughout and a ducted vacuum system.
67 Lake Terrace East
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SOLD FANTASTIC LOCATION, RENOVATED AND SO CLOSE TO THE CITY CENTRE Vicki Quinn Real Estate is pleased to offer for sale this renovated Family home a stone’s throw from the main street Offering 4 bedrooms, all with built in robes 2 living areas, Open plan kitchen and dine with gas cooktop, elect oven and walk in pantry 2 bathrooms both with sep toilets Air con, ducted gas heating plus an ambient gas log heater New floor coverings, window furnishings and freshly painted throughout Internal access from the double length garage under the main roof Plus rear yard access Rear shedding with power and workshop All this situated on a block size of approx.1030m2. Endless possibilities for extended family or to run a home based business.
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THE SURPRISE IS ON THE INSIDE Fully renovated 3-bedroom home with loads of extras. Stunning kitchen with s/steel appliances & ample cupboard & bench space. Opulent bathroom with clean lines. 3 bedrooms with built-in robes. Warmed by slow combustion heating & the convenience of split system reverse cycle heating/ cooling unit. Double length carport with remote roller door with rear yard access. Landscaped rear yard. Roller shutters on all windows, ideal for the shift worker.
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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. OPEN FOR INSPECTION: SATURDAY 11:45 TO 12:15PM
OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS $189,000 Perfect for development (sca) flipper, renovater for the people who would like to get ahead. Solid stone home with good size living areas, slow combustion heating. Walk in pantry, electric kitchen, large backyard. OPEN FOR INSPECTION: SATURDAY 11:15 TO 11:45AM
6 TENISON DRIVE 4 BED I 2 BATH I 10 CAR THE BEST ADDRESS $635,000 Make family life a breeze with perfect family home located in the popular tenison drive, having the southeasts premier private school at your back door step. Set on aproximate 2 acres of parklike gardens featuring tennis court, aproximate 85,000 litres of rain water, orchard and bore water to keep your property green all year round. OPEN FOR INSPECTION: SATURDAY 12:30 TO 1:15PM
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.
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. 6 EAGLE COURT MT GAMBIER 4 BED I 2 BATH I 2 CAR
Inspection will certainly impress of this beautiful home nestled on the side of a hill with paramount views over the popular oranivale area. Open plan living with full windows that bring the outside in. Large kitchen meals family area, adjoining a full size decking, fantastic for entertaining and family living. High ceilings, stunning wet areas, slow combustion heating plus split system air conditioning, rainwater , double garage with inside access.
25 ELDRIDGE DRIVE MT GAMBIER
7 LIVINGSTON STREET MT GAMBIER 3 BED I 1 BATH I 1 CAR LOCATION, CLASSY, PERFECT $255,000 - $265,000 Be impressed and inspect this renovated home located close to schools, shops and sporting ovals. New counrty kitchen, dishwasher 5 burner stove. Stunning bathroom with floor to ceiling tiles, polished floor boards, open lounge, central gas heating & main bedroom with wir.
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.
29 WALLACE STREET MOUNT GAMBIER 4 BED | 2 BATH | 3 CAR
CHARACTER AND LOCATION 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.
Be impressed by this beautifully cared for turn of the century dolomite villa, located on a large allotment in one of mount gambier’s prestigious streets. The property oozes character with its dolomite and stone features, veranders, lead lighting, high ceilings, ornate cornices, picture book windows and timber finishes. The home consists of 4 good size bedrooms, formal lounge, sunroom/familyroom, 2 upgraded bathrooms and a classy kitchen with modern applainces.
210 COMMERCIAL STREET WEST MOUNT GAMBIER 3 BED | 1 BATH | 4 CAR IDEAL SMALL BUSINESS OR OFFICES $210,000 Wow what an opportunity to create a great asset in mount gambiers commercial street. Create a office/ commercial hub, a home, development or an investment. Solid stone home on a corner allotment with great vehicle access for parking.
33 MONTEBELLO DRIVE MT GAMBIER 4 BED I 2 BATH I 2 CAR STUNNING EXECUTIVE HOME $439,000 Nestled into an undulating allotment, this property is private and secluded, but with commanding views to mt gambier. Quality fixture and fittings throughout including 9ft ceilings, stunning kitchen with glass splash backs stainless steel appliances, fridge freezer, central gas heating & split system airconditioning.
2 CROUCH STREET CAVETON 4 BED | 2 BATH | 4 CAR
22 HEDLEY STREET MOUNT GAMBIER 3 BED I 2 BATH I 2 CAR
ULTIMATE IN EASY LIVING To be constructed on this beautiful inner city allotment, design for 2 community titles to build 2 stunning townhouses. Your design or ours your builder or ours. Choose your fixture and fittings. Northern aspects with views, save thousands on stamp duty. Walk to café’s and shops. Rsl bowling at your door. Life made easy. Ring today for more information.
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.
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9 Ibis Street
Sought after location loaded with features, tastefully renovated kitchen/living/dining equipped with chef quality appliances. The rear yard boasts a 10m X 10m (approx) industrial OPEN quality workman’s shed fully powered and designed with SAT sliding doors for easy access 9.30 - 10.00 for the larger toys!
This fantastic home will suit the fussiest buyer and will tick all of the boxes especially the family searching for the ideal family home and OPEN if shedding is important then this property will SAT certainly impress – do not 11.00 - 11.30 delay your inspection!
470 Attamurra Road Worrolong
9 Neville Avenue
A solid & central home, close to city centre. Surrounded by quality homes, sports grounds & schools. OPEN Well maintained. This SAT home presents a smart 10.15 - 10.45 investment.
Tightly held location, solid & spacious home with 2 living areas and fantastic outdoor entertaining + extra OPEN shedding. This home SAT offers all a family 9.30 - 10.00 desires.
19 Webb Street
27 Peake Street
4 Jacaranda Court
Hillview Lane McKay Road – Compton
Priced from $175,000 All Lots over 5,400m2. An exciting division with unbeatable country outlook & views to the Centenary Tower. Only a minutes drive to Tenison Woods College and Malseed Park. Power, water, telephone connected. Get in Early!
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!
13 Lila Crescent
23-25 Kain Street
16 Ridgeview Court
Easy care living at its best. A wonderful solid constructed Torrens Title homette, perfect for an investor or retiree. OPEN Well maintained, with SAT loads of appeal. No 9.30 - 10.00 strata fees!
11 Vivienne Avenue
Quality location – a spacious and solid family home. Boasting all a family desires, elevated OPEN outlook and at the SAT doorstep of the Blue 11.00 - 11.30 Lake.
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.
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! 11.00 - 11.30
18 Pelican Point Road
Lot 102 Hillview Lane – McKay Road Compton
a 5,400m2 (approx)
This stylish executive family home will impress the most discerning buyer especially those who want ‘pizazz’ paired with OPEN comfortable family living SAT – inspect ASAP! 10.15 - 10.45
6 Davis Crescent
a/ 1,202m2 approx
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.
29 Gwendoline Street
Held in the same family this charming home is oozing potential for a growing family. Large block approx 1,170m2 & inner OPEN city location – Genuine SAT homes like this don’t 11.45 - 12.15 come up often!
5 Hilltop Avenue
Enjoy the ocean views – a prime location for affordable beachfront living. Near level 1,200m2 approx allotment with great shedding
45 Kurrajong Street
2 Old Kent Court
7 St Andrews Drive
Perfect location – spacious family home in a quality street. Big on living and big on shedding! An ideal family home for those looking for low maintenance living and flat rear yard access.
4 Bengalee Crescent
Loaded with character & charm, this home is an ultimate seaside escape. Only steps to the ocean this is ideal for a permanent home or perfect holiday stay.
Excellent unit investment, a very wellmaintained group of 4, fully leased at $605 per week. The units have been Strata titled, located in a quiet leafy street close to all amenities, for further information please contact the office.
RENTALS 2/3 Sutton Avenue 11 Jeffries Street, Port MacDonnell 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 2 Lasiandra Crescent 3 Cottage Grove 11 Redwood Avenue 45 Sassanowsky Road
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Tastefully updated and loaded with “WOW”. Solid construction & light filled living areas. Remodelled wet areas, 2 driveway access & great storage areas & shedding. Currently leased until June 2018 @ $270 p/w.
“THE AUGUSTA” Outstanding home. Master suite on top level with lounge area and balcony. Lower level with three bedrooms, kitchen/dining/living area, bi-fold doors to alfresco area. Hardwood stairs. Double garage.
Superb family home in the fantastic Aramanta subdivision approx 4 ½ years old – If you are considering building you must inspect this property first. It has it all.
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11 Jeffries Street, Port MacDonnell
3/4 Hartley Street
Avail Now 2 1 1 $215 pw • Two double bedrooms • Main with robes • Eat in country kitchen • Large lounge with gas log fire • Garage under main roof with remote door • Short stroll to beach & main services • Pets negotiable • Lease until January only
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75 Meylin Street, Port MacDonnell
Avail Now 2
• Fully renovated unit • Two bedrooms • Open plan kitchen/lounge with reverse cycle air conditioning • Bathroom with laundry nook & front loader washing machine supplied • Private yard with lawn maintenance included • Single carport with remote access • No pets
Avail Now 4 1 2 $250 pw •4 bedrooms, main with BIR • Formal lounge with gas log fire & elec heater • Family room with timber floors & S/C heater • Kitchen with electric stove • Large sunroom with access to 2nd toilet • Detached double garage • No pets • Short term lease until the end of September only
Suite 2/14 Helen Street, Mount Gambier SA 5290 Paul Chuck SALES 0409 541 113
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5 bedrooms all with built in robes, main with ensuite and walk in robe. Spacious kitchen/living/dining + large formal living.
1/5 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.
11 Graney Court
7A Lansell Street
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.
9 Jeffries Street, Port MacDonnell
Great seaside home with heaps of potential and appeal. On a corner allotment with breakwater views and extra shedding.
3/6 Coolabah Street
Located a short walk to local schools, shopping & public transport. 3 bedrooms, updated kitchen, polished timber boards. 3m x 5m approx shed on a large corner allotment. Currently tenanted until 08/18.
4 Peake Street
Located a short walk to Mount Gambier CBD. Features include: 3 bedrooms all with BIR, renovated kitchen, brand new bathroom & laundry, freshly painted and new carpets. This one has the lot!
Lot 13 McCormick Road OB Flat
Fantastic acreage allotment measuring 5,000m2 (approx) electricity and water both connected plus post & wire fencing. Well positioned south of the city.
66 Sturt Street
An ideal investment – add this home to your portfolio. Parkland outlook, long term tenant, outdoor entertaining & detached shedding. Close to schools & shops. Leased @ $215 p/week.
18 Davison Street
Exceptional unit with superb 2pak kitchen, fantastic undercover entertaining area and a great sized yard for the gardener. An absolute must to inspect!
Stage 2 “Collins Street”. A truly exciting subdivision. Sizing from 1,194m2 to 2,492m2. Sewer, power, Telstra and water available.
2/5 Banksia Street
27 Tumut Drive
8/151 Commercial Street West
Solid and spacious unit in quiet and quality group, close to schools and shops. A great investment opportunity or one to call home. Currently leased.
22 Victor Street
2 Bray Street
LOT 36 & 37 Stella Place
A dual let property showing a great return. Large commercial allotment of over 1,900m2 – high traffic location. Endless potential, a smart investment
26 Navajo Drive
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Take a deep breath before you enter this amazing property – because it will take your breath away! First impressions count and you won’t be disappointed here – the definition of splendour! in conjunction with Key2Sale Real Estate.
Springview Estate – Stage 2, Mount Gambier
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.
20 Cobblestone Court
Double storey townhouse situated in the classy Vansittart Court complex – everything on your doorstep – inspect asap!
Beautifully upgraded property, with fresh neutral décor throughout, fantastic backyard approximately 739m2 – the ideal first home or investment, will impress the fussiest of buyers. Be quick and book your inspection.
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!
Unpack the family! A fantastic home for the big family, currently leased to a great Tenant – ideal investment or house to call ‘home’. An inspection will impress.
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27 Landscape Lane, OB Flat
3A Mitchell Street
2/193 Commercial Street West
• Harrold St • 1/2 James Street • 2/2 James Street • 10 Bay Road • 20 Sturt Street
Avail 10/8/18 3 1 2 $255 pw • 3 bedrooms, main with BIR • Lounge with R/C Aircon and S/C Heater • Large kitch/dine with elec kitchen • Sun room • Large rear yard with vehicle access • Detached double garage with remote doors • Pets neg
Avail 1/8/18 3 1 1 $290 pw • 3 bedrooms, main with BIR • Lounge with r/c air con & open fire place • Near new country style kitch/dine area with elec cooking & d/washer with sliding door out to patio • Detached 4th bedroom • Detached outside toilet • No pets
• 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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• Approximately 47.5 metres square • Large open flexible floor plan • Front and rear access to building • Rear parking area • Store room • POA
• Approx 85m2 • Separated into two areas • Wet area • POA
470 ATTAMURRA RD, WORROLONG
21-23 AVON ST, MT GAMBIER
60 WEHL ST, MT GAMBIER
9.15 - 10.00AM
BRETT EXELBY 0458 548 756
$279,000 4 UNITS
15 REDWOOD AVE, MT GAMBIER
DAMIAN VENN 0438 904 771
20 SUNSET DR, MT GAMBIER
43 SHELTON ST, MT GAMBIER
BRETT EXELBY 0458 548 756
10.15 - 11.00AM
DAMIAN VENN 0438 904 771
10 GWENDOLINE ST, MT GAMBIER
DAMIAN VENN 0438 904 771
10 LILA CRES, NENE VALLEY
BRETT EXELBY 0458 548 756
158 TELFORD RD, MOORAK
DAMIAN VENN 0438 904 771
11.15 - 12.00AM
$695,000 3 UNITS
17 COOLABAH ST, MT GAMBIER
1 HEATH ST, MT GAMBIER NE W
DAMIAN VENN 0438 904 771
LOT 134 MCMORRON ST, MILLICENT
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BRETT EXELBY 0458 548 756
DAMIAN VENN 0438 904 771
0458 548 756
0419 829 721
0438 904 771
08 8726 4400
9 Bay Road, Mo un t Ga mbi e r
BLOCK 211 REDUCED TO $149,000
KERRY SMITH 0419 803 836
BRETT EXELBY 0458 548 756
2 RONALD GR, MT GAMBIER
208 PELICAN POINT RD, PELICAN POINT NE W
3 RYAN AVE, MT GAMBIER
DAMIAN VENN 0438 904 771
DAMIAN VENN 0438 904 771
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ELDERS & GREEN TRIANGLE ARE PROUD TO OFFER:
The Estate of JC and KR Bigham AUCTION JULY 20TH 2018, 11AM TO BE HELD AT THE COMMODORE To be offered for sale in ‘Individual Titles’
PROPERTY ONE BURRUNGULE RD, BURRUNGULE SA 5317/434
PROPERTY TWO BURNDA RD, COMPTON SA (4 SEPARATE TITLES) 5317/438
PROPERTY THREE MOORAK HALL RD, MOORAK SA (3 SEPARATE TITLES) 5262/953
‘Arden Hill’ – Homestead
‘Harris’ – Homestead
PROPERTY FOUR 9 HAMMER PARADE BLACKFELLOWS CAVES Coastal Vacant residential land
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50 James Street, Mount Gambier firstname.lastname@example.org | RLA 280309
0408 853 180
OPEN Y DA SATUR :00 9:30-10
FOR SALE - $189,000 2 CREEK ST MT GAMBIER • • • • •
Gas heated Lounge open plan kitchen meals area Double Garage Secure rear yard Private and secure Front yard
3 BED I 1 BATH I 2 CAR • 2 street access • Great starter or investment property
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EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST LOT 700 LUMIDIN BOULEVARD, MT GAMBIER • •
NEW PRICE - $289,000 16 DEGARIS ST, MT GAMBIER • • • •
Open plan living Large Rumpus room Great workshop and store room Out door patio with open fire place and Built in BBQ
4 BED I 2 BATH I 2 CAR • • • • •
Double carport 1064m allotment Elevated Location 4 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms
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WE HAVE BUYERS THAT MISSED OUT NEW PRICE - $299,000
5 HIGHLAND DRIVE, MOUNT GAMBIER • • • • •
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3.066 ha of Residential land • All on one title Expressions of interest close Friday 20th • Great opportunity to buy and subdivide, July at 5pm Hold in a super Fund / Family Trustor Build a Large Parcel of elevated Residential Land home with the intention to subdivide in the Two street Access and access to a reserve Future Close to MacDonald Park and St Martins • Call Barry to view Subdivision Plan School Plans and concept plans Available Proposed Plans for a Potential 31 allotments STCC included
4 bedrooms all with robes 2 bathrooms plus 3rd toilet Carpeted formal lounge/Dining Timber kitchen with walkin pantry Open plan Kitchen meals Family area
4 BED I 2.5 BATH I 2 CAR
• Double Garage UMR with internal access • 3rd Living area downs stairs with own Toilet • Large elevated Covered Deck with lovely out look
SOLD! 3/51 BERTHA STREET, MOUNT GAMBIER 3 BED I 1 BATH I 1 CAR
1001 EIGHTMILE CREEK RD, EIGHTMILE CREEK 3 BED I 1 BATH I 2 CAR
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Two living areas 3 Bedrooms all with robes 2 way Bathroom With Spa Open plan Living Formal Lounge
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Two acres coastal living Open plan living Updated Kitchen with WI Pantry Slow Combustion Heating Stone Garage/ Workshop
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Peter Roberts is a man with a plan – a five year plan to be precise and that plan comes to fruition, basically to the day, when he steps away from the day to day running of a business on June 30. After more than four decades in the vehicle industry, Peter is done, ticking the last item of his to-do list – building up the truck business. Separating the car and truck businesses and developing and establishing OGR Trucks as a stand alone, successful enterprise was Peter’s last act. “Cars and trucks don’t mix,” Peter said. “Establishing the truck division was my final project. I had a five year plan with John King and it has worked out exactly as we planned it. The business is now in really good shape. The new owners can now take it over and move forward.” There has been no second guessing, no doubts, and Peter is looking forward to the next chapter. It has family, friends and travel as its cornerstones but it will still see him entwined with all things motoring, as he continues his true passion, working at executive level to improve the industry. While it has been the mainstay of his four decade career, the day to day running of his father’s business was never what got him out of bed in the morning. “I love Mount Gambier and it will always be home but I have another life, one not many people know about,” Peter said. And that is a life sitting on boards and holding executive roles in peak motoring bodies and that is something he will not step away from come June 30. “I’ve been on the board of the Motor Traders Association for over 30 years and that has consumed a lot of my time outside of Mount Gambier,” he said. “I have always been a big picture person and have always enjoyed dealing with the big industry issues and finding solutions that are fair and reasonable for everyone. I feel I have worked really hard to look after everyone’s interests. I have really tried to work to improve the lifestyle1.net | 22
standards of the industry as a whole.” And that is work he is set to continue, in fact he was in Melbourne this week to attend hearings as part of the ACCC’s investigation into the franchise industry across the board, not just the motor industry. He has been the Motor Traders Association president and is also a director of the MTAA – the national body. “I have really enjoyed all that high level stuff and it has kept me motivated,” Peter said. “I am going to continue to fight through the Motor Traders Association for the benefit of all the industry.” Peter believed fighting for the rights of car dealers is becoming a tougher and tougher gig. “People think we (OGR) are big but we are small relative to the manufacturers,” he said. “I truly believe the big boys are flexing their muscles more than ever and I am looking to create a fairer playing field for that relationship between dealers and manufacturers. If that relationship works well then it is the customers that benefit and at the end of the day we are all looking to make sure we are looking after our customers.” Safe to say Peter is a pragmatic operator and while he treasures the OGR story and is committed to preserving its heritage and document the story, which started with his father Owen in 1956, and continues now with his son Bryce, who heads up the car division, he understands that business is now more cut throat than ever and passing the reins of OGR Trucks to someone outside the family is just that – business. “The cars will still be in the family and I am really proud of the way Bryce has taken over and runs it with the same passion and has really taken is forward,” Peter said. “My father left me to look after myself and manage my own life and decisions and I’m going to do the same with Bryce. The day I left the cars he grew so much and managed the place and made all the decisions and I’m proud of the way he has
handled things.” So with the car division running smoothly and flying the flag for the family name, and the truck division having been successfully built and sold, Peter is now looking forward to having more time to himself after more than four decades of ensuring he set the standard when it came to work ethic within the OGR company. “I have always tried to work like I expect my people to work,” he said. “I have always tried to be the first to get to work and the last to leave. I believe in working at least as hard as the people working for you and with you.” As with so many people who step away from decades of working in their own business, it is the simple things Peter has on his retirement bucket list – a retirement he is set to enjoy with wife Karyn, who is also stepping away after being an integral part of the OGR story thus far. “She (Karyn) has worked tirelessly behind the scenes not only supporting me but being a major contributor in the business,” Peter said. In fact, the duo has worked side by side during the past five years establishing the successful truck arm of the OGR story but with that mission accomplished, it is time for new challenges and a new chapter. “All I want is to get up in the morning, walk the dog and go for a coffee,” Peter said. “That is something I’ve never been able to do in my life. Hopefully Karyn and I have many years to enjoy holidays and doing all the things we want to do.” Above (left) - Karyn & Peter Roberts in the early days of building the OGR story. Above (right) - Peter Roberts is hoping there will be more photo opportunities like this in his future.
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MUSEUM WINES & CELLAR FAVOURITES ON OFFER FOR THE MONTH OF JULY During the month of July, Coonawarra wineries will delve into the depths of their cellars to reveal age-old treasures, offering visitors a rare opportunity to taste and buy back vintage, special release and aged wine. “As the name suggests, Cellar Dwellers is a term that reflects both the exceptional cellaring abilities of Coonawarra wine, our Cabernet Sauvignon wines in particular, as well as the sense of discovery that visitors to the region’s cellar doors will experience.” said Coonawarra Vignerons Association events and marketing officer Heidi Eldridge. “It’s a very special time of the year when Coonawarra winery staff bring out some truly outstanding wines to provide the public with some memorable tasting experiences that only occur in July.’’ Coonawarra Vignerons Association executive officer Olivia Nunn moved to the wine region early last year and experienced Cellar Dwellers for the first time. “Having experienced my first Cellar Dwellers last year, I was surprised by the range of events from a cellar door tasting to a casual winery lunch, a fine dining experience, or a fun night out with friends entertained with live music and of course wine,” Ms Nunn said. “All the events on offer were, and continue to be, extremely affordable, enabling visitors and locals alike to embrace Cellar Dwellers and visit Coonawarra throughout the month of July.” This year’s program will again see a range of cellar door tastings and special food and wine events on offer with 22 wineries participating to showcase the breadth and depth of Coonawarra wines and our emerging food destination credentials. Ms Eldridge said the 2018 Cellar Dwellers program was packed with more than 30 unique events including comparative wine tastings over a 10 - 35 year period; museum release wines from very old or selected vineyards; special food and wine dinners prepared by highly acclaimed local chefs and even the chance to savour a rare 50 year old tawny port. Locals and visitors alike are encouraged to visit Coonawarra during July to taste for themselves why Coonawarra wines are renowned the world over for their outstanding quality, flavour and
cellaring abilities. “We’re also continuing with a walking trail passport that offers one lucky winner the chance to win a VIP pass for two to one of the cities on our National Wine Tasting Roadshow, plus a mixed half dozen of Coonawarra wines, simply by visiting five participating wineries,” Ms Eldridge said The Cellar Dwellers program can be viewed at www.coonawarra.org For more information contact individual cellar doors listed in the program or the Coonawarra Vignerons at enquiries@coonawarra. org PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS BANKS THARGO WINES Each weekend throughout July, from 12noon to 5pm, Banks Thargo will be showcasing its 2013, 2014 & 2015 cabernet sauvignon in vertical tastings that are bound to tempt the serious red wine lover. Banks Thargo wines will also be showcased at the Shirazz Jazz event at Rymill Hall on July 7. BOWEN ESTATE For those who seek a more intimate experience, siblings Emma Bowen, winemaker at Bowen Estate, and chef Simon Bowen, of Pipers of Penola, are joining forces to provide a fine dining experience on July 7. An exquisite degustation menu will be paired with wines from Bowen Estate’s Cellar. Bowen Estate is also offering its multi award winning 2012 Coonawarra cabernet sauvignon for tastings throughout July with limited stock available for purchase. BRAND’S LAIRA COONAWARRA When it comes to blasts from the past, the Brand’s Laira cellar is a treasure trove and all throughout July, wines that are up to 35 years old, magnums that have been safely stored away for years and an amazing array of back vintages will be uncorked in a trip down memory lane that will be a rare treat for the discerning wine lover’s palate. DIGIORGIO FAMILY WINES DiGiorgio Family Wines will be offering Beef and Cabernet Pies with a glass of aged cabernet, on July 7 & 8, and delicious handmade brownie paired with aged fortified wine on July 21 & 22. And in the same vein as their Coonawarra counterparts, DiGiorgio Family Wines will be offering some of the winery’s
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favourites back vintages for tastings throughout July, best enjoyed with one of DiGiorgio’s ‘pick your own produce platters’. MAJELLA WINES At Majella, tastings of their 2005 cabernet sauvignon, shiraz and merlot will be on offer. These thirteen-year-old, gold awardwinning wines are a beautiful testament to the cellaring potential of wines from the Coonawarra region. There will also a selection of back vintages available for purchase. PENLEY ESTATE Penley Estate will showcasing back vintage wine alongside the current release wine each weekend in July. “We will also have the barrel sample equivalent of those wines so you can see what the future look likes,” Penley Estate cellar door manager Sara Fletcher said. Wine by the glass and delicious warm jaffles will be available to ward off the cold.
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Bowen Estate will be offering their award winning 2012 Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignon for tasting throughout July. This gem of a wine from their museum stock won a trophy and 7 gold medals on release and now with some age showcases classic coonawarra at its very best. Very limited stock available for purchase.
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MOUNT GAMBIER CHARITY SET TO BENEFIT FROM NIGHT OUT Mount Gambier based charity Four Reasons Why is set to benefit from a night out of good food, wine and live entertainment when Koonara Wines
hosts their first Winter Warmer Fiesta. Four Reasons Why focuses on clothing families in need and there will be a chance for people to donate to
this worthy cause on the night. Taking place in Mount Gambier on Friday July 6, Koonara Wines is promising to give people a great reason to get up off the couch and mingle. Held in a secret location in central Mount Gambier, those who buy tickets will be sent a text message prior to the event with the hidden location. “The aim of our events is to showcase Mount Gambier at its very best. We can guarantee a fantastic atmosphere, in a location you’ll be able to soak up the city vibe with friends and family,” Koonara Wine’s Dru Reschke said. “We have proved with our summer pop-up bars, that people in Mount Gambier and Limestone Coast come out to support these events amazingly well.” The Winter Fiesta will have warming food, fantastic wine, live bands and DJ. “The night will have plenty of food trucks including Bambino Woodfired Pizza and Smokin’ Billy American BBQ,” Dru said. “You can also look forward to some great wine, craft beer and cider, and plenty of heaters. No-one will be cold. Mount Gambier people know all too well how long winter can feel - it’s important that we keep social, and spending quality time with friends and family can really help the winter blues.” Buses will run continuously to and from the event from The Gambier Hotel, starting from 4.30pm until the events winds up at 10.30pm. Koonara’s Winter Warmer Fiesta is for everyone who loves food and wine, although it will provide a twist for singles, allowing them the option to indicate if they are single.
“We often hear that people find internet dating very hard in a small town, and that our events are a good way to meet people,” Dru said. “We want to create a warm and comfortable atmosphere for singles of all ages to mingle. We’ll also provide them conversation starters,” said Dru. Live music will be performed all night by local Mount Gambier band Sugar Loaf and Jon Peters, with a DJ set to follow.
Bookings are essential with earlybird tickets costing $15. Limited tickets will be available at the door for $25. For more information, contact Koonara Wines on (08)8737 3222. Above (top) - Charlie Devereaux, Alana Langworthy and Sarah Pawelczak stroll through the Koonara vineyards. Above (bottom) - Darren Pearce from Bambino Pizza cook a wood fired pizza. MAKE SURE YOU CAN HAVE YOUR SAY THIS NOVEMBER Councils are part of the democratic framework of Australia. The community elects their council members every four years and the next general elections happen in November 2018. Voting in council elections is open to a broader range of people than State and Federal elections, including non-Australian citizens, non-resident landlords and businesses. Enrol now to have your say. If you are already on the State electoral roll (in your council area) and vote in State elections, you are automatically included on the council voters roll and will receive ballot papers through the post. If you need to enrol for the first time you can do this by completing a paper form from Australia Post or online through the Australian Electoral Commission enrol to vote page: https://www.aec.gov. au/enrol/ You will need to check and update your enrolment if you have: moved house, changed postal address or changed your name. You can do this by calling 13 23 26 or online at https://check.aec.gov.au/ Enrolments close 5pm on Friday, August 10. Council enrolment forms are available by contacting Council or downloading from: https://www.lga.sa.gov.au/
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BUSINESS SUCCESS STORIES SET TO BE HONOURED “It’s about businesses who deserve recognition for the work they do and the part they play in the business community in Mount Gambier.” That was it in a nutshell as Mount Gambier Chamber of Commerce president Lynette Martin launched the 2018 NAB Outstanding Business Awards. Nominations are now open until July 31 with the winners to be announced at a gala dinner on October 19 at The Barn. The launch of the 2018 awards was one item in a jam packed monthly breakfast meeting program that saw a membership push and a whirlwind presentation from expert retail strategist David West, who also met with business owners and the Mount Gambier City Council in his two day visit that looks set to spark a serious push to regenerate Mount Gambier’s CBD precinct. “We generate strength in numbers,” Mrs Martin said. “When we (the chamber) goes to talk to local, State and Federal Governments, if we have the numbers we have more clout.” The award launch also acknowledged the generous ongoing support of the awards sponsors, from the NAB, who are the major naming rights sponsor of the awards scheme, to the category sponsors, including the City of Mount Gambier, Troy Bell MP; MGA Insurance Brokers; Regional Development Australia Limestone Coast, WIN TV, The Border Watch, AusIndustry, Job Prospects, TripleM and Hit 96.1 and Lifestyle1. “We cannot thank them enough for continually supporting the outstanding business awards,” Mrs Martin said. Nomination forms and criteria are available from the Mount Gambier Chamber of Commerce website with regular updates on the chamber’s facebook page. Three businesses will also be honoured on the night when they are inducted into the Mount Gambier Chamber of Commerce Hall of Fame – Baxter Hire, Ferrers Clinic and Galpins. The focus of the meeting, though, was Mr West’s presentation, as he looked to give a snapshot of what would normally be a three hour seminar, full of ideas and tips to ensure a vibrant CBD that attracts visitors and locals alike. Supported by the City of Mount Gambier, Mr West’s visit attracted a higher than usual number of attendees to the breakfast meeting with almost 100 members of the business community keen to hear what the retail strategist had to say. “The City of Mount Gambier and the Chamber of Commerce are both advocates of maintaining a vibrant CBD – it is the barometer of any city,” Mrs Martin said as she introduced the expert guest speaker. The crux of Mr West’s presentation was the need for a management structure to oversee the CBD, as well as coordinated marketing strategies, along with a raft of other ideas that when implemented
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2018 TRENDS Earthy colours still in vogue Ultra Violet has been hailed as this year’s must feature colour but as with all trends, it is suggested that you incorporate it into your home with interchangeable items, making your accessories the bold, on trend colour, and keeping your staple, more expensive items in more neutral tones. Think vases, throws, cushions, or maybe one small statement piece of furniture. There will also be an emphasis on more muted tones including peach, terracotta and rust, while accessories that best work with this type of palette are sage and moss greens, burnt orange and also lavender blue.
The Luxe-look returns Think velvet and think those bold jewel tones including emerald, ruby and sapphire. That’s not to say the cosy, more homey feel of natural fibre throws, cushions and fabrics are not still on trend For so long, interior design has been all about the four walls of any given room but now the ceiling is set to play a part in the overall feel of a room. From wallpaper to a bold feature colour, from timber beams to even more imaginative offerings in the kids’ rooms, the ceiling is now part of the room experience.
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Winter is often considered the quiet time of the year for avid gardeners but nothing could be further from the truth. Case in point – Mount Gambier Country Garden Club president Cobi Jennings has a long list of jobs and at this stage only the inclement weather has prevented her from staying on top of her usual winter to-do list. Of course, she is looking after an acre block, pruning over 600 roses, but the same principles apply to even the small house block garden. If you have a vegetable garden now is the time to start preparing the area so when the last of the frosts have been and gone, you are ready to plant your seedlings. Now is also the time to pick up leaves and compost them as the last of the leaves from Autumn fall from our trees and it is the optimal time to prune your roses and fruit trees. And that’s not the end of your time tending to the roses, with the end of July, or early in August, the best time to then spray the roses with lime sulphur. This mid winter chore list also includes pruning any of your plants that might need it and you can also start to contemplate planting those late spring bulbs. Winter is also a great time to work on your mulch, it is also prime time to aerate your lawns and also check on your sprinkler systems and ensure they are ready to spring into action come Spring. Winter is also the best time to repot any plants that need it. “People do thing things should be slowing down in winter but in fact it’s quite busy,” Cobi said. The Mount Gambier Country Garden
Club held its AGM last week and anyone interested in getting involved with the club or finding out more should contact Cobi (President) on 0408 854 683.
Above (top) - Mount Gambier Country Garden Club president Cobi Jennings in her garden. Above (bottom) - Some of the many roses in Cobi Jennings’ garden.
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For any regional area to have a symphony orchestra is a huge achievement and when you delve into the concept, make no mistake, while those orchestras are about inclusion and giving local musicians an opportunity to perform, they are littered with stories like Kinta Wilson in the Limestone Coast Symphony Orchestra. Kinta is a Melbourne Conservatorium graduate after taking up the flute as a 12 year old and she has been part of the Limestone Coast Symphony Orchestra since its inception, cherishing the opportunity to resume her performance career, while still loving her role as a music teacher at Naracoorte High School. “For all the study I have done with music, the Limestone Coast Orchestra is my first time performing in an orchestra,” Kinta said. “Prior to that I had played in mainly smaller ensembles.” The Limestone Coast Symphony Orchestra hits the region’s stages this week with a June 30 evening performance at Mount Gambier’s Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre, and on July1 in the afternoon at the Naracoorte Town Hall. Kinta is based on a property at Doradong, just east of Penola, and to be able to continue to pursue her music career, as well as shaping the musical careers of the next generation has made the move to regional South Australia with her husband. “There are so many people here so dedicated to their music,” Kinta said. “The standard has always been strong in this orchestra and I do think it just keeps improving.” Enough, in fact, to see both Hamilton and the Limestone Coast boasting community symphony orchestras – both under the baton of internationally renowned conductor Angus Christie. Kinta has taken on a new challenge this year and will feature as a soloist in the 2018 season, with a piccolo concerto. And she is not the only locally based soloist with Mount Gambier vocalists Viv Dowling and Jess Allison set to appear together with Millicent’s Amy Williams, while Naracoorte’s Ivan Skawronski will be the solo violinist in Elgar’s “Salut D’Amore”. Ivan is one of Kinta’s former students. The orchestra has always had a strong focus on local composers, as well, and in 2018 that focus reaches new heights with three composers being showcased. Beachport’s Dr Chris Waite has written a piece inspired by the Aurora Australis, which will receive its world premiere at the
Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre at the June 30 concert. Photographer Gill Fry has been commissioned to compile a set of images which will be projected during the playing of the piece. The images consist of photographs of the Southern Aurora taken from Limestone Coast and Western Victorian beaches. Michael Lofting, composer and LCSO viola player will showcase his nautically inspired piece “Voyage Home”, while the choir, which is at an historic high of 30 singers, and vocal soloists will feature in three movements from the cantata “The Day Is Ended” by Warrnambool’s Dr Ken Stott. The program will also include works from the classical tradition will include pieces by Handel, Verdi, Grieg, Johan Strauss, Wagner and Tchaikovsky. The concept is simple – players commit to a 10 week rehearsal period starting in early April. “It is really lovely that the community has embraced the orchestra,” Kinta said. “I know there are a lot of my students coming this year knowing I am one of the soloists.” 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. PHOTO COURTESY OF FRANK MONGER
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Sue Charlton has been front row for all 11 Swinging With the Stars fundraisers -the Stand Like Stone Foundation’s major annual fundraiser and the class of 2018 absolutely delivered. “I was just really, really glad I wasn’t one of the judged because I thought it was even hard to pick the four finalists this year,” the Stand Like Stone Foundation founder said. Eventual winner Laura Hawkins, from Frances, and Mount Gambier based People’s Choice winner Ali Coonan, Liam Goodfellow and Lucy Von Stanke were named in the top four in an event that has already raised $98,000 and expects to top the $100,000 once the final tally is reached. Ali Coonan’s $15,000 fundraising effort earned him the People’s Choice honour and Mrs Charlton could not have been happier with the incredible fundraising effort from all eight stars, including Steve Duldig, Anna Hooper, Nicole Lear and Ben Deering. “Last year was such an exceptional year, being the 10th year, and with the fundraising effort of Grant Fensom and the Port MacDonnell and Allendale East communities, who had a specific project in their sights,” Mrs Charlton said. “But to already be at $98,000 is a super fantastic effort. It shows how lucky we are to have such strong community support across the whole region. We have outgoing people that are going to support their community because they love their community.” And while the 2018 debrief has not yet happened, it appears the 11 year old fundraiser still has legs. “I had at least four people come up to me on the night to ask if they could dance next year and the dancers have all said they love it so much they want to do it forever,” Mrs Charlton said. The support of The Barn, Christy Radford, Marcus Jones and Kim Cella, from Hype, who teaches the eight dance newbies every year, is also invaluable for the ongoing success of the event. More photos and some of the thoughts of the 2018 Stars in next week’s Lifestyle1.
Left - People's Choice winner Ali Coonan with dance partner Rebecca Hann. Above (top) - 2018 Winner Laura Hawkins and her dancer partner Cody Smith.Above (bottom) - The class of 2018 for Swinging with the Stars. PHOTOS COURTESY OF CHRISTY RADFORD – WITH LOVE PHOTOGRAPHY
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Millicent’s Brady Gibbs is late on the spoil on East key tall Mark Rumbelow PHOTOS COURTESY OF FRANK MONGER Mount Gambier’s Borderline Speedway has claimed two awards at the 2018 Australian Speedway Awards held in Brisbane at the weekend. The redeveloped Glenburnie facility was named Track of the Year, while club stalwart Bill Barrows took home the Official-Volunteer of the Year. Full details in next week’s Lifestyle1, in a motor-focussed issue with the region’s Finke Desert Race also in the spotlight. Above - Bill Barrows won the 2018 OfficialVolunteer of the Year.
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There was a low scoring loss and a gritty win for the Castec Rural Supplies Mount Gambier Pioneers as they hit the road at the weekend. Friday night was a 15 point loss to the Bendigo Braves, who currently sit in fifth on the SEABL ladder, in what was a defensive stoush that also saw both teams struggle with ball in hand. The Pioneers bounced back well on Saturday night, exploding out of the blocks with a 34-16 opening quarter against long time rival Ballarat, which sits inside the top four, and in the end, that was the ball game as the visitors held on for a 10 point win. It is a busy week for the Pioneers, who first have to recover from a tough road double and then prepare for a Thursday night make up game against Nunawading - the game that was not played when the Spectres were stranded in Melbourne earlier this season with no flight, and then the already programmed Friday night clash with Frankston. Both games are at the Icehouse. RESULTS Bendigo 68 d Mount Gambier 53 (S. McDaniel 18; A. Marzette 12; L. Thomas 10; L. Jamieson, E. Burdon 5) Mount Gambier 88 (L. Thomas 20; L. Jamieson 17; S. McDaniel 16; E. Burdon 15; A. Marzette 9; K. Tipene 7)
Above - South’s Zoe Duncan pressures the shot of Cats shooter Christine Harris. Below - Cats midcourter Gaby Tomkins & Demons defender Tori McIntyre look to gain possession.
LOCAL SPORT WESTERN BORDER FOOTBALL A GRADE Millicent 5.3 6.3 9.6 11.9 (75) East Gambier 1.0 3.6 5.9 7.9 (51) Goals - Millicent: S. Willis, H. Nitschke 2; C. Williams, T. Hutchesson, C. Gibbs, D. Bromley, M. Duldig, H. Gordon, N, Lang. East: S. Balshaw 2; J. Whaites, K. Thomson, J. Baker, M. Rumbelow, M. Scanlon. Best - Millicent: H. Gordon, C. Gallio, H. Nitschek, C. Williams, B. Kenny, T. Hutchesson. East: N. Lock, J. Ransom, J. Eldridge, J. Fry, M. Kieselbach. Casterton Sandford 2.2 7.3 9.3 11.8 (74) South Gambier 2.0 2.0 6.1 7.2 (44) Goals - Casterton Sandford: C. Currie 3; T. Sullivan, D. Ayton 2; T. Shannon, H. Jarrad, B. Galpin, S. Tomkins. South: B. Kain 4; C. Slape, M. Hein, H. Capewell. Best - Casterton Sandford: no deatials available. South: T. Saffin, T. Reid, C. Slape, C. Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Reilley, A. Harkness. West Gambier 1.1 4.3 8.5 10.9 (69) North Gambier 2.1 4.2 7.3 8.4 (52) Goals - West: J. Blackwell, Kyle Giddings, Bradley Wilson 2; L. Bradley-Brown, T. Holmes, R. Kuller, J. Schapel. North: W. Lewis 3;N. Blachut, B. Egan, M. McInerney, G. Soper, M. Telford. Best - West: L. Bradley-Brown, T. Holmes, S. Wenman, K. Betts, S. Robson. North: G. Soper, J. Hollitt, S. Stafford, J. Schutz, W. Lewis
MID SOUTH EAST FOOTBALL M. Dalton); East Gambier 53 (D. Waters, E. Thompson) d Millicent 31 (J. Reilly, K. Talbot); North Gambier 49 (K. White, J. Forrest) d West Gambier 31 (J. Ritter, C. Wilson)
(K. Medhurst, S. Jones); Kalangadoo 48 (K. Ousey, J. Stone) d Hatherleigh 29 (M. Gray, R. Coote); Port MacDonnell 49 (N. Fensom, E. Leggett) d Nangwarry 32 (E. Hogan, E. Lawson)
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15 & UNDER
South Gambier 84 (I. Walker, R. Buckingham) d Casterton Sandford 17 (M. Mutch, M. Craig); Millicent 52 (P. Nitschke, H. Nitschke) d East Gambier 40 (N. Smith, T. Bosko); North Gambier 58 (E. Close, T. Wilson-Smith) d West Gambier 25 (L. Whitworth, G. Monkley)
Kongorong 36 (C. Hateley, K. Cockrum) d Tantanoola 33 (M. Kilsby, C. Grouss); Mt Burr 54 (A. Goode, J. Hayward) d Glencoe 45 (Z. Halton, T. Medhurst); Hatherleigh 57 (D. MacGregor, I. Marshall) d Kalangadoo 31 (S. Ryan, G. Box); Port MacDonnell 50 (A. Jones, M. Millard) d Nangwarry 30 (M. Hogan, S. Skratek)
15 & UNDER A
13 & UNDER
South Gambier 44 (S. Boston, T. McShane) d Casterton Sandford 18 (C. Galpin, C. Foster); Millicent 58 (K. Walker, C. Turner) d East Gambier 30 (K. Dempsey, A. Bosko); West Gambier 54 (J. Davey, M. Horrigan) d North Gambier 25 (A. Circelli, C. Bruhn)
Tantanoola 31 (E. Cytrowski, H. Walker) d Kongorong 17 (E. Sealey, I. Jenkin); Mt Burr 35 (J. Brant, M. Johnston) d Glencoe 31 (J. Burdon, Z. Johnston); Hatherleigh 60 (B., Poulish, E. Lang) d Kalangadoo 12 (S. Wrightson, E. Wurst); Port MacDonnell 64 (G. Jacob, B. McPherson) d Nangwarry 13 (E. Timms, T. Cranwell)
15 & UNDER B Casterton Sandford 35 (Z. Crawford, E. Jarrad) d South Gambier 21 (M. Reid, A, Holland); Millicent 51 (M. Chant, C. Pratt) d East Gambier 18 (M. Stevens, S, McLean); West Gambier 28 (J. Parsons, Z. Aberle) d North Gambier 18 (E. Tzioutziouklaris, E. Cruise)
13 & UNDER A South Gambier 52 (S. Adams, C. Dunn) d Casterton Sandford 13 (Z. Crawford, E. Jarrad); Millicent 55 (J. Little, R. Kenny) d East Gambier 12 (A. Clark, C. Lines); North Gambier 26 (K. Dyson, L. Norman) d West Gambier 18 (E. Jolley, K. Ferguson)
13 & UNDER B
Millicent 8.12 (60) d East Gambier 7.8 (50) Casterton Sandford 11.12 (78) d South Gambier 2.1 (13) North Gambier 13.13 (91) d West Gambier 1.7 (13)
South Gambier 30 (J. Jennings, S. Pedlar) d Casterton Sandford 14 (Z. Hill, M. Betson-Elshaug); Millicent 30 (A. Pratt, P. Venn) d East Gambier 14 (K. Legray, E. Steen); North Gambier 36 (C. Nulty, M. Griffiths) d West Gambier 16 (J. Heraper, M. Milich)
UNDER 17.5 Millicent 7.5 (47) d East Gambier 6.4 (33) Casterton Sandford 9.8 (62) d South Gambier 5.6 (36) West Gambier 15.12 (102) d North Gambier 3.6 (24)
UNDER 15 Millicent 9.4 (58) d East Gambier 3.7 (25) South Gambier 14.13 (97) d Casterton Sandford 0.0 (0) North Gambier 6.3 (39( d West Gambier 5.5 (35)
UNDER 13 East Gambier 4.3 (27) d Millicenty 3.6 (24) South Gambier 7.15 (57) d Casterton Sandford 1.1 (7)
WESTERN BORDER NETBALL A GRADE Casterton Sandford 51 (C. Harris, A. Shannon) d South Gambier 42 (I. Walker, T. Buckingham); Millicent 76 (D. Verbena, M. Turner) d East Gambier 52 (S. Smith, T. Bosko); North Gambier 71 (K. Egan, C. Davey) d West Gambier 42 (L. McGregor, J. Bell)
MID SOUTH EAST NETBALL
Kongorong 14.14 (98) d Tantanoola 1.1 (7) Mt Burr 22.12 (144) d Glencoe 3.1 (19) Hatherleigh 17.16 (118) d Kalangadoo 1.3 (9) Port MacDonnell 17.17 (119) d Nangwarry 3.2 (20)
Tantanoola 63 (C. Walker, K. Bromley) d Kongorong 51 (B. McEvoy, J. Little); Glencoe 69 (C. Cocks, S. Edwards) d Mt Bufrr 52 (L. Schultz, E. Clark); Hatherleigh 68 (M. Pulmer, K. Wight) d Kalangadoo 43 (C. Pratt, J. Peacock); Port MacDonnell 50 (B. Hawkins, D. Kuhl) d Nangwarry 30 (C. Ploenges, H. Vanderhorst)
JUNIOR COLTS Kongorong 2.4 (16) d Tantanoola 1.5 (11) Glencoe 12.8 (80) d Mt Burr 1.1 (7) Hatherleigh 14.7 (91) d Kalangadoo 0.0 (0) Port MacDonnell 3.13 (31) d Nangwarry 3.4 (22)
A RESERVE Kongorong (S. Eustace) d Tantanoola 27 (K. Neale, N. Fleming); Glencoe 51 (C. Watson, T. Bonney) d Mt Burr 43 (L. Corman, H. Eldridge); Kalangadoo 51 (N. Ryan, J. Lythgo) d Hatherleigh 40 (J. Bowman, D. Smith); Port MacDonnell 71 (H. Smith, A. Byrne) d Nangwarry 26
Casterton Sandford 49 (P. Cameron, K. Harvey) d South Gambier 37 (S. Raedel, R. Bryant); Millicent 47 (L. Hateley, M. Varcoe) d East Gambier 39 (M. Pannenburg, L. Cutting); North Gambier 41 (N. Fox, L. Westhorpe) d West Gambier 38 (J. Lamb, T. Pelkonnen)
Tantanoola 47 (D. VanderHeul, H. Radley) d Kongorong 30 (A. Trevilyan, M. Bowering); Glencoe 63 (A. Tweddle, C. Pfitzner) d Mt Burr 30 (K. Jayward, H. Fraser); Kalangadoo 46 d Hatherleigh 36 (A. Haines, K. Sullivan); Port MacDonnell 41 (K. Horrigan, S. Kain) d Nangwarry 26 (M. Hodgson, S. Haarsma)
Casterton Sandford 33 (M. Kurzman, R. Jamieson) d South Gambier 31 (E. Egan,
Casterton Sandford 44 (R. Newell, N. Rhook) d South Gambier 28 (B. Bouchier, L. Bruggemann); Millicent 47 (S. Serle, T. Sanderson) drew with East Gambier 47 (L. Harvey, A. Geraghty); North Gambier 47 (C; Day, E. Brown) drew with West Gambier 47 (G. Monkley, B. Humphries)
Kongorong 14.7 (901) d Tantanoola 2.3 (15) Mt Burr 12.5 (77) d Glencoe 8.6 (54) Hatherleigh 7.9 (51) d Kalangadoo 6.7 (43) Port MacDonnell 15.18 (108) d Nangwarry 1.7 (13)
Casterton Sandford 17 (H. Nash, B. Carlin) d South Gambier 4 (S. Bartlett, G. Yates); East Gambier 11 d Millicent 10 (M. Alcock, M. Cushion); North Gambier 29 (S. Brown, I. Morello) d West Gambier 8 (E. Jolley, M. Dyson)
Kongorong 47 (B. Fuller, R. Perry) d Tantanoola 39 (K. Johnson, S. Peters); Glencoe 50 (S. Suld, A. Weaver) d Mt Burr 18 (A. Lambert, C. Johnson); Kalangadoo 45 (C. Blackmore, B. Holmes) d Hatherleigh 25 (Z. Blum, E. Leopold); Port MacDonnell 64 (C. Merrett, R. Sneath) d Nangwarry 39 (P. Tawera, B. Fullford)
17 & UNDER Tantanoola 70 (C. McCallum, E. Jennings) d Kongorong 19 (J. Patzel, B. Bellinger); Mt Burr 44 (S. Falting, M. Butler) drew with Glencoe 44
Tantanoola 2.3 5.9 7.13 13.15 (93) Kongorong 5.4 8.8 12.10 13.15 (93) Goals - Tantanoola: M. Pilmore 4; G. Ha 2; B. Reilly, C. Saint, J. Williams, C. Hamilton, Z. Walker, J. McRostie. Kongorong: J. Simkin, B. Pannenburg, B. Weaver, R. Franchetto 3; B. Kranz. Best - Tantanoola: B. Reilly, C. Hatt, S. Haniford, M. Pilmore, B. Chant, J. Williams. Kongorong: B. Weaver, R. Hein, R. Rutkowski, J. Smith, Mt Burr 4.5 7.9 13.10 17.14 (116) Glencoe 2.3 5.4 6.6 8.10 (58) Goals - Mt Burr: J. Gregory 8; J. Fiebig, H. Crauford, D. Bowering 2; K. Gordon, T. Fennell, T. Renzi. Gelncoe: B. Mitchell 3; T. Horrigan, A. Gregory, J. Bates, T. Edwards, N. Easterbrook. Best - Mt Burr: T. Renzi, J. Gregory, J. Wallis, T. Fennell, E. Glass, C. Puiatti. Glencoe: D. Childs, T. Edwards, B. Hentschke, Z. Cocks, J. Foster, J. Bates. Kalangadoo 5.8 8.13 12.15 15.17 (107) Hatherleigh 1.1 2.3 5.4 8.7 (55) Goals -Kalangadoo: L. Jones 3; B. Lindner, M. Fatchen, B. Gregory, M. Lowe 2; S. McManus, M. Krieger, A. Stone, S. Agnew. Hatherleigh: M. Faulkner 5; J. Wight, T. Merrett, B. Fabris. Best - Kalangadoo: M. Lowe, J. Bannister, B. Gregory, B. Auld, M. Fatchen, M. Davies. Hatherleigh: J. Bateman, M. Pulmer, J. Rayson, J. Ferguson-Lane, H. Biddle, J. Gray. Port MacDonnell 3.8 12.14 25.18 32.26 (218) Nangwarry 1.1 1.1 1.1 1.1 (7) Goals - Pt Mac: J. Turner 9; M. Stark 4; M. Smith, T. Ebejer 3; J. Primer, M. Roscow, D. McElroy 2; N. Wilke, A. McGregor, Z. Williams, A. Richards, S. Enderl, H. Stevens, B. Lunch. Nangwarry: B. Reddan. Best - Pt Mac: M. Smith, B. Lynch, J. Turner, D. McElroy, M. Roscow, L. Tilley. Nangwarry: S. Brooksby, J. Stratman, B. Reddan, J. INgley, B. Deamer, S. DeJong.
11 & UNDER
INDOOR BOWLS RESULTS KIMBERLY-CLARK AUSTRALIA PENNANTS - ROUND 10 Above - East defender Morgan Amy in full flight. Right - Hard working Millicent mid courter & captain Lisa Duldig. PHOTOS COURTESY OF FRANK MONGER
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Kilsby Shield RSL & District 72 d Post-Tel 40, Commercial Club 68 d Kongorong 45, Glenburnie 69 d Saints 39, Glencoe 48 d Yahl 29. Malseed Shield Blue Lake Bowlers White 61 d Blue Lake Bowlers Blue 45, Moorak Red 62 d Mil Lel 47, Mt Gambier Bowls Club 68 d Moorak Blue 35. Premiership Tables after Round 10 Kilsby Shield RSL & District 16 points, 159.29%; Post-Tel 16, 140.90; Glenburnie 15, 142.38; Saints 10, 105.07; Commercial Club 9, 100.37; Glencoe 6, 64.44; Yahl 4, 73.00; Kongorong 4, 56.58. Malseed Shield Mt Gambier Bowls Club 18, 132.21; Moorak Blue 12, 114.85; Blue Lake Bowlers Blue 12, 109.31; Mil Lel 8, 97.77; Moorak Red 6, 82.29; Blue Lake Bowlers White 4, 75.95.
WEST DOMINATES DIVISION ONE WOMEN’S ACTION
SOUTH WEST DISTRICT FOOTBALL
Westerns 6.3 14.6 18.11 25.17 (167) Branxholme-Wallacedale 1.0 2.0 3.1 4.1 (25) Goals - Westerns: J. Bartlett 6; R. Cracknell 5; J. Bliss 4; S. O’Brien, B. England 3; P. Proctor, S. Davis, L. Robinson, M. England. Branxholme-Wallacedale: A. Ratcliffe, J. Lambevski, J. Grayland, C. Wood. Best - Westerns: P. Proctor, M. England, J. Bartlett, J. Bliss, R. Cracknell, S. O’Brien. Branxholme-Wallacedale: L. Ewing, T. Cogger, E. Manders, B. Baldwin, C. Robinson, K. Taylor. Tyrendarra 7.6 16.10 18.12 25.16 (166) Cavendish 0.0 0.1 2.3 4.4 (28) Goals - Tyrendarra: T. Deans 10; S. Marra 3; M. Pitt, L. Stephens, T. Holland 2; M. Clark, L. Bevan, M. Peters, J. Cocks, D. Duffy, J. Atwell. Cavendish: R. McBaughton 2; M. McRae, A. O’Connor. Best -Tyrendarra: J. Atwell, T. Deans, S. Lewis, M. Peters, T. Holland, S. Marra. Cavendish: S. Lehmann, J. Brown, T. Vearing, B. Herrmann, A. Burn, G, Reid. Heathmere 6.2 12.3 18.4 21.4 (130) Coleraine 1.1 1.2 2.4 4.7 (31) Goals - Heathmere: M. Wilson 9; B. Wilson, B. Carter 3; H. Telfer 2; M. Payne, S. Lovett, L. Davis, L. Wiseman. Coleraine: A. Richardson, T. Row, T. Hogan, L. Kaine. Best - Heathmere: B. Jasper, K. Howard, M. Wilson, B. Wilson, W. Pickett, L. Davis. Coleraine: T. Hogan, M. Lang, J. Plunkett, J. Norris J. Eats, T. Row. Heywood 2.3 7.5 11.7 15.9 (99) Dartmoor 4.1 5.1 8.2 12.4 (76) Goals - Hewood: J. Nash 4; R. Raymond 3; D. Handreck 2l E, Bott, W. Barker-Lovett, N. Johnstone, M. Troeth, T. Lovett, B. Nash. Dartmoor: J. McRae, C. Howlett 3; J. Woodall, J. Roptini 2; D. Lynch, Z. Michau. Best - Heywood: R. Raymond, J, Imbi, D. Handreck, W. Barker-Lovett, A. Johnstone. Dartmoor: J. Woodall, J. Polaski, J. Roptini, L. Bull, M. Phillips, J. Keatley.
HAMPDEN FOOTBALL A GRADE Hamilton Kangaroos 3.2 5.5 12.9 17.12 (114) South Warrnambool 3.3 3.5 5.8 8.13 (61) Goals - Hamilton Kangaroos: J. Pepper 6; B. Hucks, D. Russell 2; H. Douglas, S. Fiegert, T. Ross, D, Morris, B. Thomas, H. Waldron, S. Brewer. South Warrnambool: J. Saunders 2; Z. Sandow, S. Beks, K. Egaleson, N. Thompson, E. Harvey, L. Youl. Best - Hamilton Kangaroos: J. Pepper., T. Ross, D. Morris, S. Barnes, H. Waldron, B. Thomas. South Warrnambool: J. Saunders, M. Sandow, T. Blackney-Noter, J. Porter, B. Dalton, E. Harvey. Warrnambool 8.2 12.3 14.6 16.6 (102) Portland 1.0 1.4 3.4 5.8 (38) Goals - Warrnambool: L. Cody, S. Cowling 4; D. Weymouth 3; A. Steere 2; A. McCarthy, H. Ryan, J. Turland. Portland: T. Hernan, T. Lovell, B. Uebergang, R. Egan, T. Stone. Best - Warrnambool: S. Cowling, W. Jacobs, D. Graham, B. Bull, D. Weymouth, A. Steere. Portland: B. Uebergang, T. Sharp, T. Hernan, R. Egan, D. Jacxkson, D. Falcone.
SOUTH WEST DISTRICT NETBALL A GRADE Dartmoor 60 (K. Pratt, R. Vankalken, A. Beer) d Heywood 29 (B. Godfrey-Smith, S., Malseed, M. Rose); Tyrendarra 40- (R. Kane, K. Nunn, R. Grant) d Cavendish 39 (T. Hurley, M. Perry, S. Langley); Westerns 56 (T. Nelson, K. Sullivan, S. Mirtschin) d Branxholme-Wallacedale 34 (L. Wheeler, A. Keatley, Z. Satchell; Heathmere 45 (N. Ooi-Cleary, K. Pickert, K. Malcolm) d Coleraine 35 (E. Humphries, E. Brewster, C. Plunkett)
HAMPDEN NETBALL A GRADE Portland 54 (L. Hockley, S. Arnott, T. Telfer) d EWarrnambool 48; South Warrnambool 63 d Hamilton Kangaroos (E. Pertzel, T. Morris, C. Tuffnell)
LCWFA RESULTS LIMESTONE COAST WOMEN’S FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION Under 15s Apollo City 3 (Alex Jolley 1, Lara Jolley 1, Evony Rex 1) d United 0 Inter CFC 6 (Ella Doody 2, Lucia Musci 2, Amy Nitschke 2) d Millicent 0 Centrals - BYE Seniors Centrals 7 (Alix Lescure 2, Tracey Long 2, Tess Andrews 1, Wanita Robinson 1, Kendall Saffin 1) d Wanderers 0; Millicent 7 (Kelsie Wilkinson 3, Annaleise Canala 2, Letitia Izzo 2) d Inter CFC 2 (Ella Doody 1, Nina Paton 1); Portland 1 (April Antony) v Apollo City 2 (Daylia Daylia 1, Noelle Brown 1) United- BYE
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Mundulla 58 (A Wendelborn, A Excell) d K/L United 52 (C Feder, K Clark) Keith 50 (M Harper, V Ross) d Bordertown 40 (A Bruce, N Twigden) Naracoorte 49 (S Henschke, K Mott) d Kybybolite 37 (K Heinrich, B Bugg) Lucindale 68 (N Smart, H Smart) d Border Districts 35 (T Atkinson, L Biggs) Kingston 83 (T Troeth, E Peters) d Padthaway 43 (L Fischer, H Grady)
A RESERVE K/L United 36 (T Vivian, S Munn) d Mundulla 27 (K Rowett, N Schneider) Keith 60 (K Haines, S Smith) d Bordertown 44 (H Jefferies, E Orrock) Naracoorte 65 (S Durand, B Manser) d Kybybolite 26 (C Allen, P Woodard) Lucindale 65 (E Handbury, A Rayner) d Border Districts 26 (J Tucker, E Adams) Kingston 87 (T Troeth, G Millie) d Padthaway 29 (P Richards, L Richards)
B GRADE Mundulla 50 (R Colwill, R Wakefield) d K/L United 38 (S Brown, A Hood) Keith 71 (L Dick, G Clark) d Bordertown 47 (A McDonald, K Murch) Naracoorte 59 (V Kavanagh, M Pretlove) d Kybybolite 29 (L Munn, McClure) Lucindale 46 (G Smith, K Sheridan) d Border Districts 29 (T Tranter, A Walter)
C GRADE Mundulla 52 (N Horne, M Bertus) d K/L United 30 (K Hawker, G Cavanagh) Keith 65 (D Jones, H Harper) d Bordertown 34 (M Phillips, R Botha) Naracoorte 38 (J Pettman, E Hill) d Kybybolite 28 (K Bell, E Bell) Lucindale 35 (S Ferguson, C Goss) d Border Districts 27 (M Skinner, J Koch) Kingston 44 (A Stenner, T Armfield) d Padthaway 42 (A Steer, A Eylward)
17 & UNDER Mundulla 60 (A Grosser, M Harris) d K/L United 22 (G Hodges, R King) Keith 39 (S Tuckwood, K Harris) d Bordertown 21 (S Shillabeer, A Hinge) Naracoorte 59 (S Stuchbery, T Kavanagh) d Kybybolite 37 (S Selig, E Leehane) Lucindale 57 (C Beaumont, J Bittner) d Border Districts 33 (M Pretlove, R Pfitzner)
16 & UNDER Bordertown 50 (H Weatherald, M Inglis) d Keith 25 (J Gilbertson, J Mewett) Naracoorte 64 (K Edwards, L Henschke) d Kybybolite 19 (A O’Shaughnessy, C Victor) Padthaway 62 (L Steer, P Moyle-Read) d Kingston 38 (Z Lewis, J Holmes)
15 & UNDER Mundulla 30 (E Lock, M Lehmann) d K/L United 24 (G King, M Saunders) Bordertown 48 (J Schneider, A Will) d Keith 45 (E Llewellyn, P Jones) Kybybolite 33 (J Schultz, A Malone) d Naracoorte 24 (B Waihape, K Mohammadi) Lucindale 64 (K Fuller, J Wachtel) d Border Districts 28 (S Burke, C Moore)
13 & UNDER A Mundulla 43 (E Mock, M Dowling) d K/L United 30 (E Vivian, H Pearson) Bordertown 34 (A Fuentes, M Hicks) drew Keith 34 (M Llewellyn, I Ross) Naracoorte 43 (E Foster, M Miles) d Kybybolite 23 (B Ewer, E Ewer) Kingston 42 (E Vanstone, P Stenner) d Padthaway 22 (C Volker, O Grundy)
13 & UNDER B Mundulla 20 d K/L United 14 Keith 27 (I Hedges, P Kotz) d Bordertown 7 (A Ghimire, S Carnemolla) Naracoorte 26 (T Bruce, C Schroder) d Kybybolite 6 (I Watson, A Williams) Lucindale 18 (P Helps, C Ryan) d Border Districts 13 (S Ferguson, M Burke) Kingston 20 (G England, D Miller) d Padthaway 7 (S Robertson, E Blacker)
Division 1 Women match report West 9 def Redbacks 0 West put in another dominating display in Division 1 hockey at the weekend coming away with the victory against a valiant Redbacks. The first half saw West scoring early with SA representative Charlotte Foote opening the scoring in the second minute of the match. Redbacks had some good moments in defence as they successfully held out several West penalty corner opportunities. Jade Delaney continues to prove her value in the Redbacks squad with a strong trap and clear deep in defence, saving a certain West goal. They couldn’t hold out forever though and it was another state representative, Cody Lewis, who extended the lead. Redbacks attacking opportunities were few and far between but Redbacks own SA represntative Zara Blackwell and Gemma Heraper worked hard in the midfield and through their forward area without reward. As the first half wore on West asserted their dominance with a goal to Lewis and two to Georgia Clarke. Clarkes first was a fine team effort as West switched play from Michelle Clarke to Bridie Murphy and then to Georgia Clarke who confidently put the ball away. The second half saw Redbacks come out with a much more determined mindset. Outstanding defence from Nicole Muller and Tannah Jolly frustrated the West forwards for most of the half. West were still winning penalty corner opportunities but Redbacks were clearing the ball and creating some forward opportunities with Delaney in particular proving damaging in general play on the right. Carly Emerson continues to lead the West defence well though and had no
trouble shutting down the Redbacks attacks. West did eventually break the secod half stalemate when Lewis scored her third and Gemma Ballintyne added her name to the scorecard. Lewis added her fourth less than a minute later. Many of these scoring chances came from the drive provided by Chloe McKenzie who was having what may be her strongest game in West colours. She single handedly earned a number of short corner opportunities and continued to force the ball into the attacking circle. Carly Emerson moved forward and rounded out the scoring with four minutes remaining. While the scoreboard shows a dominant West victory, Redbacks should be pleased with the effort of their defensive effort, without which the score could have been worse. Nicole Muller, Tannah Jolly and goalkeeper Anja Didsbury gave maximum effort throughout the 70 minutes and cleared the ball on countless occasions. Best Players: Redbacks – Jade Delaney, Gemma Heraper, Nicole Muller. West – Cody Lewis, Gemma Ballintyne, Carly Emerson. Goals: West – Cody Lewis (4), Goergia Clarke (2), Gemma Ballintyne, Charlotte Foote, Carly Emerson. RESULTS Division 1 Women West 9 d Redbacks 0; Tigers (D1) 3 d Redbacks (D2) 0 Division 2 Men Tigers 6 d Cavaliers 1 Division 2 Women West 1 drew with Cavaliers 1 Division 3 Women Tigers 1 d Cavaliers 0; Strikers 2 d Redbacks 0 U15 Girls Redbacks 3 d Strikers 1 U12 Boys Strikers 2 d Redbacks 1 U12 Girls Strikers 4 d Tigers 1 Above - West’s Cody Lewis had the ball on a strong in her side’s dominant victory over Redbacks. Lewis netted four goals in the 9-0 victory.
A GRADE Kaniva Leeor 2.5 7.6 9.13 14.15 (99) Mundulla 2.2 5.4 6.7 10.9 (69) Goals- Kaniva Leeor: N. Murphy 4; C. Hitchcock 3; J. Brown 2; S. Snook, L. Vivian, C. De Visser, J. Jarred, A. Brown. Mundulla: J. Hinge, B. Packer 3; T. McIntre 2; N. Gregurke, D. King. Best - Kaniva Leeor: J. Larocca, T. Stribling, C. DE Visser, L. Vivian, N. Bowles, S. Williams-Bale. Mundulla: D. Mosey, B. Packer, M. Young, N. Gregurke, J. Hinge, D. King. Keith 6.4 11.7 18.9 23.15 (153) Bordertown 1.1 2.2 4.6 4.8 (32) Goals - Keith: B. Simounds 10; G. Thring 3; C. Woolford 2; G. Johnson, R. Menz, H. McMurray, A. Innes, A. Dunstan, L. Wilhelm, B. Laurie, C. McMurray. Bordertown: A. Diment 2; L. Weatherald, J. Searle. Best - Keith: B. Simounds, G. Thring, A. Wilson, A. Dunstan, C. Woolford, H. McMurray. Bordertown: T. Underwood, S. Devitt, T. Devitt, R. Tink, S. Creaser, L. Weatherald. Kybybolite 6.2 7.4 12.9 14.11 (95) Naracoorte 3.0 8.4 11.8 14.8 (92) Goals - Kbybolite: L. Black 4; L. MacGregor 3; B. Munn, J. McKay 2; S. Shepherd, J. Clark, T. Cooper. Naracoorte: J. Bell 4; S. Patterson 2; S. Willson, N. Lacey, C. Gill 2; J. Cother. Best - Kybybolite: J. McKay, R. Jaensch, T. Woodard, J. Clark, T. Cooper, C. Mattner. Naracoorte: J. Bettoncelli, N. Davey, J. Bell, J. Sellars, J. Cother, R. Pendle. Lucindale 4.3 8.6 10.12 12.13 (85) Border Districts 3.3 3.6 4.9 8.15 (63) Goals - Lucindale: T. Logan 7; R. McInerney, S. Spriggs, S. Teakle, N. Cane, J. Watson. Border Districts: S. Mansell 3; K. Phillips, B. Keast, Z. Edwards, F. ADams, L. Bowd.Best - Lucindale: T. Logan, J. Teakle, H. Tregoweth, A. Fielke, J. Watson, D. Badman. Border Districts: K. Phillips, B. Keast, F. Adams, B. Denmead, L. Bowd, D. Starr.
Kingston 1.2 5.6 8.7 11.14 (80) Padthaway 3.2 6.3 7.4 12.7 (79) Goals - Kingston: R. Starling 7; M. Wakefield 2; B. Warner, S. Branson. Padthaway: L. Harder 5; L. Eats 4; J. Dicker, C. Francis, I. Noles. Best -Kingston: T. Borrillo, C. Healy, R. Starling, T. Baker, S. Branson, R. Werchiwski. Padthaway: J. Dicker, A. Longbottom, L. Eats, T. Michael, L. Harder, C. Francis.
B GRADE Mundulla 24.14 (158) d Kaniva Leeor 6.8 (44) Keith 13.11 (89) d Bordertown 8.1 (49) Naracorote 7.9 (51) d Kybybolite 3.2 (20) Lucindale 11.10 (76) d Border Districts 10.12 (71) Kingston 12.7 (79) d Padthaway 10.4 (64)
SENIOR COLTS Kaniva Leeor 13.12 (90) d Mundulla 1.1 (7) Bordertown 8.11 (59) d Keith 4.2 (26) Kybybolite 13.17 (95) d Naracoorte 0.2 (2) Kingston 14.19 (102) d Padthaway/Lucindale 2.6 (18)
JUNIOR COLTS Mundulla 9.2 (56) d Kaniva Leeor 3.3 (21) Keith 9.6 (60) d Bordertown 0.0 (0) Kybybolite 6.5 (41) d Naracoorte 2.1 (13) Padthaway/Lucindale 5.6 (36) d Border Districts 1.0 (6)
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Thirty veterans went to Millicent golf course on a clear and cold day earlier this month, with first division taken out by Phil “Meggsie” Hunter, a local, with 37 points, then a countback on 34 saw Mick Pedler take second, and Steve Von Duve took third. Second division went to Colin Rex on 35 on a countback, from Kenny Milsop, then four players had 34 points and after much arithmetic, Bob Childs emerged to take third. Vyv Bennison and Wayne Dunford had the NTPs and the Ross Orchard trophy was won by David MacPherson and Ray Thiele. Balls were distributed if you had 23 points or better. The next outing is at Royal Lucindale on July 9.
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DUNN & KENT FIGHT OUT TOP HONOURS IN SHOOT The third annual Limestone Coast Sporting 225 was held on the June long weekend. The event was shot across three local clubs; Kingston, Lake Bonneyâ&#x20AC;&#x201C;Millicent and Burrungle Park â&#x20AC;&#x201C;Mt Gambier. Once again $2000 was up for grabs for the overall high gun winner and $500 for each grade winner. This year 86 people from South Australia and Victoria nominated to shoot in the event. Major sponsors for the event were GB Corsivia, Outdoor Trading Company, Outdoor Sporting Agencies, K & S Fuels, Global Clay Technologies, Torresan Estate, The Midfield Group, E & L Schiedl, Baxter Hire, Naracoorte Toyota, C & J Dicker, Rob Whitty, Winchester Australia, Kub Power Naracoorte, Wannon Farm Machinery. Day one was hosted by Kingston Clay Target Club. Foggy conditions delayed the start time, however, it was followed by a clear sky and sunshine, making for perfect shooting
CANCER GROUPS BENEFIT FROM FUNDRAISER The Mid South East Family League held Pink/Blue Sports Round on May 12 raising funds for local Prostate Cancer and Breast Cancer Awareness Groups. The total raised was $2230 and the windfall was handed over to awareness group representatives last week. Left - MSEFL president Peter Mitchell, Richard Harry, Karen Peterson & MSENA president Sara Gray at the donation handover.
conditions. Jamie Dunn started the event solidly finishing with 70 out of 75, three targets ahead of Jeremy Kent to take out day one high gun. Jeremy Kent was first in AA grade 67/75, Danny Bellinger was second and Leigh Dunn, third. Day two was hosted by Lake Bonney Sporting Clays. The tight tussle continued between the top shooters, this time scores were reversed, Jeremy Kent finished with 70/75, which included a possible 25/25 in the last round. He was three targets ahead of Jamie Dunn, who finished first in AA grade. Finishing in second was Ken Atkin 66/75 and third Alex Button. The final day of competion was hosted by the South East Branch at Burrungle Park. Starting the day with even scores Jeremy Kent and Jamie Dunn battled it out for the $2000 overall cash prize. Dunn stepped it up a notch shooting 50 targets straight, finishing the day with 73/75. Jeremy Kent finished the day with 70/75 to take out first in AA grade, second was Danny Bellinger and third Darryl Quigley. Overall Prize winners: High Gun: Jamie Dunn - 210/225 AA Grade: 1st Jeremy Kent, 2nd Danny Bellinger, 3rd Darryl Quigley A Grade: 1st Joe Densley, 2nd Kevin Robertson, 3rd James Bologiannis B Grade: 1st Matthew Crowe, 2nd Allan Coates, 3rd Garry Crimmin C Grade: 1st Brenton Denny, 2nd Michael Gates, 3rd Geoffrey Boyd Veterans: 1st John Leach, 2nd Ronald Rhook, 3rd Ernie Scheidl Super Veterans: 1st Malcolm Whitehead, 2nd Eddie Magee, 3rd John Torresan Ladies: 1st Tasha Bellinger, 2nd Janette Densley, 3rd Kellie Peterson Juniors: 1st Daniel Falco Sub Juniors: 1st Shak VonStanke, Nicholas Bologiannis, Brodie VonStanke Local shootersDaniel Falco, John Torresan and Eddy Magee re heading to France next mkonth as part of the Australian team competing in the Wrold Titles. Left (top) - HIgh gun winner Jamie Dunn. Left (bottom) - AA podium - Daryl Quigley, Jeremy Kent & Danny Bellinger.
SOCCER MERGER UNVEILED The County Womens Football Club has recently merged with International Soccer Club and is now known as Inter CFC. It is an exciting centure for the two clubs as they look to develop soccer in the region at grassroots level. Above - Sophie Charlton, Nikki Wagener, April Hockey (CoCaptain), Jan Davis (Senior Sales Consultant - Versace Home Builders), Taylah Cella (Co-Captain), Charli Hockey.
VETS TENNIS HANDS OUT SILVERWARE Ten South East Senior Tennis players enjoyed tennis at the Active 8Centre earlier this month. Perpetual Trophy winners were presented at this event with Bob Brown & Trish Douglas taking home the honours. Next event will be held at the Active 8Centre on on July 15 at 9am. Left Perpetual tropy winners Bob Brown & Trish Douglas lifestyle1.net | 37
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