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MIXED FORTUNES AT FINKE DESERT RACE It is considered one of the toughest off road races in the world that spans a route of almost 500kms and it continues to attract great interest from the Limestone Coast and another strong contingent tackled the gruelling Finke Desert Race last month. Kent Collins was the best of the local contingent, finishing fourth in the bikes for the second successive year. It was Kent’s six consecutive time competing in the tough event. After competing in the Hattah Desert Race in Mildura, Kent decided to give Finke a go. IN his first couple of attempts he sat inside the top 100 riders, before finishing 12th in 2016 and then just missing the podium that past two years. Preparations for Kent start in January as he starts his physical training with Rob Povey. Then there’s time on the bike to steel the mind and body for the huge test that is Finke. “I don’t race a great deal and there really is nothing like Finke,” Kent said. “It is such a unique event and there really isn’t anywhere you can practice with the same conditions and most than 200kms.” It means Kent does head up to ride the Finke course three times as a rule in preparation for the June event. “I’ve made a few friends up there so I have somewhere to keep the bike and that sort of thing which is great,” Kent said. Kent does ride Canunda National Park as part of his preparations as well. He started riding as a five year old, competing on the track in motocross and while he competed at State titles, he concedes he was middle of the pack. Going off road has seen him find his passion though. “Off road definitely suits my riding more,” he said. Kent is able to continue to compete at Finke courtesy of the support his parents and the family business Russell Industries, as well as generous sponsor support from Gambier Earth Movers, Jason Childs, Rob Povey, Moto Tech, in Geelong, Exact Align and John Millard. The 2018 Finke journey did not get off to an ideal start with Kent – he came off the bike on the second corner, only his second ever crash in the testing race. “I also felt the buggies really changed the track this year,” Kent said. “But I had a really good run home and touch wood I’ve had pretty clean runs at Finke.” Kent was a little surprised with his 2018 result because there were some top riders that crashed out early in 2017 when he finished fourth and he was pragmatic enough to realise that might

have been an inflated result. Turns out it wasn’t, although his time was slower than 2017 and slower than he wanted. “You have to compete against yourself at Finke,” Kent said. “If you worry about where you are in the standings, you lose concentration and you cannot afford to lose concentration. I must admit my time was nowhere near where I wanted it to be.” Kent was one of nine Limestone Coast competitors in the bikes at Finke. Mount Gambier’s Tony Hardman suffered an injury the day before the race start and could not compete, Alistair Morgan (Mount Gambier) came off the bike around 30kms in and his race was over, while Bordertown’s Andy Maidment (235) and Mount Gambier competitors Chris Beimans (322), Duane Hitch (383) and Barry Dellow (386) all finished the event. So did first timers Jordan Rayner (Lucindale) and Linton Badman

(Bordertown). Jordan had navigated at Finke before but this was his first time taking on the tough course. He has ridden since childhood but mainly grass tracks and not as a competitor – it is just something he enjoys. Finke certainly was as challenging as he anticipated. “The dust makes it so hard, you often can’t see,” Jordan said. “And the way the course changes after all the cars and everything have gone over it. There is plenty of stuff that can catch you out.” He found learning to pace himself one of the hardest skills to master. “On the way down I went a little bit too hard and started to fade about three quarters of the way there,” Jordan said. “On the way back I was much better.” Jordan is a talented dirt kart driver and holds two State titles in the 200 Open and the KC Twins. Jordan, who finished 137th after prologuing 281st, was sponsored by We Us & Co, Tatiara Industrial Repairs and Mundulla Workshop. While it was Linton’s first Finke as a competitor, it was his seventh visit to the event. “It was good to see it from a different point of view,”

he said. “It was scary at times and the dust and square edges make it really tough.” Linton, who is a fitter and turner by trade, has usually been part of a crew keeping someone else’s vehicle on track. “I love working on anything that goes fast,” he said. Kent actually lent a helping hand to both Jordan and Linton prepare and set up their bikes for their first crack at the desert race. Linton had a disappointing prologue, finishing 481st, before finishing 256th overall. Linton was sponsored by We Us & Co., Lake City Transport, SE Wheel Alignment & Tyre Service, MT Water and LC Earthmovers. Warrnambool duo Shannon and Ian Rentsch won the car section of the Finke – they are regular visitors to the Pines Enduro here in this region. 2011 Finke champions Greg Gartner and Jamie Jennings were sitting third with 100kms to travel when an oil issue ended their campaign.

Above (& inset) - Kent Collins in action at Finke. Left - Jordan Rayner & Linton Badman.

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DAIRY INDUSTRY TAKES CENTRE STAGE Kingston Community School and Glencoe Central Primary School have emerged as the victorious schools in the annual Cows Create Careers

program – an education program aimed at enticing students into careers in the dairy industry. Presentations were held at the end of last month

as more than 120 students and teachers from nine schools attended the high-energy event, participating in industry-based games before prizes were awarded to the project’s winning teams. The Presentation Day recognised schools from the Mount Gambier region that had completed the project, including Millicent High School, Lucindale Area School, Yahl Primary School, Naracoorte High School, Penola High School, Glencoe Central Primary School, Compton Primary School, Mount Gambier High School and Kingston Community School. Over three weeks the students completed the innovative Dairy Australia project that aims to increase the awareness of dairy industry careers in a very hands-on way: students rear and care for two three-week-old calves at their school. Each school is provided with dairy industry curriculum, at no cost. A local dairy farmer teaches the students how to care for the calves, while an Industry Advocate visits the students to speak about their career in the dairy industry. Students are required to form teams to complete assessments based on the dairy industry. Dairy Australia Workforce Development Program Manager Sally Roberts said it was encouraging to see secondary students passionate about Cows Create Careers and Australia’s vibrant dairy industry. “The aim of Cows Create Careers is to increase the students’ awareness of the diversity of educational pathways and career opportunities in Australia’s dairy industry. Through the project,

students learn about the different skills required in the dairy industry in a fun and hands-on way,” Ms Roberts said. “It is great to see enthusiastic students getting involved and learning about the industry, while making important connections with their local dairy community. The Presentation Day is a great way to reward and celebrate the students’ and schools’ dedication to the project.” Cows Create Careers was originally established in 2004 with

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Above – Kingston Community School – (Back row from left) - Julie Brown, Dairy Farmer, Kate Fairlie, Beachport Liquid Minerals, Angela Tweddle, Dairy Farmer, Libby Howe-Morgan, Landmark Mt Gambier, Melissa Oszinski, Jacqui Verbena, Dairy Farmers & Bec Walmsley, DairySA. (Front row from left) - William, Jack, Katie Hines, & Kieran.


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COUNCIL ADOPTS BUDGET Southern Grampians Shire Council formally adopted its 2018/19 budget last week. The $75.38 million budget features a $32.946 million capital works program which includes investment into local roads, bridges and associated infrastructure; funding for construction of serviced industrial land, improvements of Lake Hamilton and stage two of the Hamilton CBD revitalisation including township entrances.

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BOOST FOR DISABILITY SERVICE PROVIDER Local disability service provider Miroma Incorporated celebrated the opening of its second out of home care facility recently. The project, which was more than 12 months in development, will allow Miroma Inc to significantly expand its services and meet the diverse and growing needs of the South East community. Miroma Inc chief executive officer Anneliese Bates said that the new out of home care facility will allow the organisation to expand its services under the new frame work of the National Disability Insurance Scheme. “I am proud to be part of an organisations the was established over 33 years ago and continues to prioritise the health, safety and welfare of the most vulnerable members in our community,” Ms Bates said. The Mount Gambier and District Community bank donated $4500 toward a wheel chair access ramp. Elder Aunty Val Brennan helped name the property Maruwa which means to “take care of” and also conducted the Welcome to Country. The unveiling of the plaques and ribbon cutting was conducted by long standing member of the Miroma Inc Board Joan Osmond. Above (from left) - Aunty Val Brennan; Miroma Inc Board member Joan Osmond; master of ceremonies Elijah de-Rivas; Miroma client services officer Gael Ferguson & Miroma Inc CEO Anneliese Bates at the official opening of Maruwa - a new home care facility. PHOTO COURTESY OF THE BORDER WATCH

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COUNCIL SIGNS OFF ON BUDGET Grant District Council has endorsed its 2018/19 budget. $2.3 million has been allocated for new assets including $400,000 for the sealing of a 2km section of Mingbool Road with 50% coming from grant funding. $570,000 has been allocated for kerbing and channelling of township streets and $250,000 for upgrades to Community Wastewater Management Systems. Other major initiatives proposed include completion of the $1.2 million revitalisation of the Port MacDonnell foreshore. The jointly funded “Waterfront” project with the State Government includes a boardwalk, creative public art, interpretive signage, passive rest areas and shelters, rehabilitated lawn and picnic facilities, landscaping and improved beach access. Implementation of projects listed in the Port MacDonnell and River and Coastal Master Plans continues with an allocation of $119,000 for the upgrade of the Donovans Boat Ramp to floating pontoons, an upgraded boat ramp at Dry Creek, town entrance signage, new shelter and carpark at Racecourse Bay and a shelter at Nene Valley.

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FAMOUS FUNNY EXPORTS TO HEADLINE FUNDRAISING BALL Two of Warrnambool’s most famous exports, comedians and media personalities Dave Hughes and Tom Ballard, will headline a charity ball fundraiser for the Lookout rehabilitation centre. Ray White Warrnambool is organising the charity ball which it hopes will become an annual event. The inaugural ball will be at the Emmanuel Centre on Saturday, August 25. Along with special guests Dave Hughes and Tom Ballard, Melbourne corporate band Chunky Jam will entertain on the night. The event will also feature various major auction and silent auction items, including items donated by Warrnambool AFL export Jordan Lewis. Tickets are now available through the website www. rwcharityball.com or via the Ray White Charity Ball Facebook page.


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OPPORTUNITY TO CHECK OUT EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION OPTIONS Families looking to enrol their children in kindergarten or pre-kindergarten for 2019 are invited to attend an upcoming Open Day event in their township, which will provide a unique insight into early childhood education programs. The Open Day events will see Glenelg Shire Council managed kindergartens in Portland, Heywood and Casterton open their doors to prospective families and their children on Monday, July 16, between 1.30-3.30pm. Glenelg Shire children’s services manager Janine Johnstone hoped to welcome many families through the centres, with the events held in preparation for the upcoming enrolment week period. “The Open Day events are a fantastic way for families to see firsthand which kindergarten best suits the needs of their child and discuss any queries they may have,” she said. “Attendees will meet with teaching staff and learn about the educational programs delivered at each service. Families

who attend will be best prepared for enrolment week, which will take place during July 23-27, as they gain a greater understanding of the individual offerings of each kindergarten. I hope to see many prospective families attend an Open Day event close to home in anticipation for 2019 enrolment.” The following early learning centres will be participating in the Open Day event: • Jaycee Kindergarten, Portland • Kalbarri Kindergarten, Portland • Heywood Kindergarten • Portland Child and Family Complex • Kathleen Millikan Centre, Casterton For further information regarding council’s kindergarten and prekindergarten programs please contact the Children’s Services team on (03)5522 2211. Above - Jaycee Kindergarten educator Jessica Waite discusses the upcoming Open Day events with Elena Kent and her son Hugo Kent. DEADLINE LOOMS TO BE PART OF RECREATION CENTRE PLANNING The City of Mount Gambier s seeking applications from members of the Limestone Coast community interested in becoming a member of the Mount Gambier Regional Sport and Recreation Centre Community Reference Group. If you are interested in being involved in the Community Reference Group or would like more information visit www.haveyoursaymountgambier.com Applications close Thursday at 5pm.

OPEN INSPECTIONS STEP BACK IN TIME Experience a bygone era in the Glenelg Shire as part of a new exhibition on display at the Portland Arts Centre. The Shire Papers exhibition is offering community members the chance to take a step back in time, showcasing local ephemeral items from the past such as posters, menus, postcards, press clippings, invitations and more. The Shire Papers exhibition will be on display at the Portland Arts Centre until 17 August 2018. Entry is free.

BOWLING NIGHT FOR REGION’S YOUTH Blue Light Mount Gambier is hosting a bowling night this Friday 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 fully supervised event with no pass outs and is a smoke, drug & alcohol free event.

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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.

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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”.

2/29 Victoria Terrace

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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 comprised 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.

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A GREAT STARTER AT A BUDGET PRICE Not your average size. This solid home comprises of 4 bedrooms, 3 with built in robes. Renovated bathroom with separate toilet. 2 spacious living areas. Freshly painted and new carpet throughout. Kitchen with new gas cooker. Large windows allow for plenty of natural light. Garage under main roof with internal access. Plus rear yard access to carport with high clearance. All this for the low price of $179,000. Get in quick for this one.

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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.

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DOUBLE V’s, VIEWS & VALUE At the end of a quiet cul-de-sac sits this 4-bedroom home featuring a large open plan kitchen, dining and family room with lovely wooden floors. The large windows giving you stunning sweeping views of Conroe drive parklands and beyond. The home Offers a second living area with a formal carpeted lounge. A large master bedroom with ensuite, walk in robe and beautiful bay window. The kitchen has a walk-in pantry and a door that leads straight into a 3-car garage plus double length carport giving gated access to rear yard. Both bedrooms 3 & 4 have built-in robes and there is also a very handy 3rd toilet in the laundry. Ducted reverse cycle air conditioning plus option of using ceiling fan. The outdoor entertaining area has gas outlet in wall ready for your BBQ and to sit and take advantage of those fantastic views. With a very kid friendly backyard all on a block size of approx. 1137m2.

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ROOM FOR THE BOAT, THE VAN AND MUCH MUCH MORE Over 2 allotments approx. 1475m2 in total, situated close to the city centre. Mount Gambier stone home comprised of 3 bedrooms all a great size and with built in robes. Retro features throughout, spacious lounge with woodheating. Large dining room. Kitchen with induction cooktop and stainless steel dishwasher. Sparkling main bathroom with separate toilet. 45000 Litres of rain water plumbed to house.

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ESCAPE TO THE COUNTRY Gorgeous Cottage with modern rear extension situated on 6 acres. 3 bedrooms, main with walk in robe and French doors to private courtyard. Open plan kitchen, dine and spacious family with slow combustion and split system reverse cycle. Handy second toilet. Main bathroom with deluxe spa bath. Secure parking for 4 vehicles. Serviced by mains and 50,000 litres rain water tank. 18 Solar panels. Sparkling salt water heated swimming pool. Fully fenced. Affordable and a fantastic opportunity for a family.

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PRIVATE, PEACEFUL & PERFECT This appealing unit will ideally suit anyone looking for a low maintenance, exciting lifestyle being only a couple of minutes’ walk to the main street & equally as close to the bustling cafes & restaurants. The why to buy: • 2 spacious bedrooms • Master bedroom has a built-in robe • Fully renovated bathroom with separate toilet • Delightful kitchen with gas cooking & spacious pantry • Open plan kitchen, lounge/ dining • Mitsubishi Reverse cycle split system • LED lighting

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ONLY 3 YEARS OLD, WHY BUILD? Trendy kitchen with stainless steel gourmet cooker. Open plan dining and family area, plus formal lounge. Large 4 bedroom home, or 3 plus study. Ensuite and walk in robe to main bedroom. Large three way main bathroom. Gas ducted heating throughout plus reverse cycle in living area. Outdoor entertaining area. Easy care garden, large rear yard with pop up sprinklers. Vehicle access to rear yard. Double garage with internal access. 9 foot ceilings and much more on offer here. Priced to sell and great value.

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13 Ewens Court 3

Avail Now $230.00PW

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1/3 Arbor Street GORGEOUS EASY LIVING THREE BEDROOM HOMETTE Situated in a quiet location, this 1994 build 3-bedroom homette residence will appeal to various home buyers, downsizing, starting up or simply look for the perfect investment. 3 good sized bedrooms all with BIR. Generous lounge room. Timber kitchen with LG dishwasher & dining area. Three-way bathroom with access to the main bedroom. Fully repainted. Brand new carpet & bamboo timber floors through out. Mitsubishi reverse cycle split system. Private rear yard with custom made outdoor blinds.

6 Dolomite Drive

RENTALS 4/24 Jubilee Highway West Avail Now $170.00PW 2

Leased at

$138,000

SUPERB QUALITY THROUGHOUT Immaculately presented 3/4 bedroom home situated in Max Young Park. Offering spacious formal and informal living areas. Large timber kitchen with gas cooking, dishwasher, WIP & loads of bench space. Every room of this quality home is big. Gorgeous timber windows with disappearing screens overlook manicured gardens both front & rear. Sliding door leads to the outdoor undercover entertaining area which is completely private. Internal access is available from the double garage UMR. No stone has been left unturned in this one-of -a-kind home.

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AFFORDABLE FAMILY HOME This low maintenance 3 bedroom family home is situated close to the Mount Gambier hospital & Market Place Shopping Centre. Neutral décor throughout. Main bedroom has an ensuite and all bedrooms have built in wardrobes. A 3 way main bathroom provides a practical space for the kids to get ready. Open plan dining/kitchen/lounge room. The kitchen is light and well set out with gas cooktop and dishwasher. Easy care grounds so you can relax in the outdoor entertaining area.

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PETER DEMPSEY

MOUNT GAMBIER REGION SPECIALIST

97-99 SUTTONTOWN RD MT GAMBIER 4 BED | 1 BATH | 4 CAR

0418 854 393

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.

21 MCDONALD STREET MOUNT GAMBIER 3 BED | 1 BATH | 1 CAR LOCATION, LOCATION $215,000 -$225,000 What a opportunity to the first home owner, start out with this 3 bedroom brick and tile home in one of mount gambier’s premier locations. Large lounge with kitchen, meals. Timber kitchen, reverse cycle heating and cooling, huge enclosed alfresco area.

6 TENISON DRIVE 4 BED I 2 BATH I 10 CAR THE BEST ADDRESS $635,000 Make family life a breeze with perfect family home located in the popular tenison drive, having the southeasts premier private school at your back door step. Set on aproximate 2 acres of parklike gardens featuring tennis court, aproximate 85 litres of rain water, orchard and bore water to keep your property green all year round.

5 EMERALD DRIVE MT GAMBIER 4 BED | 2 BATH | 2 CAR DREAM, HOME AND LAND PACKAGE $429,500 Enjoy picking your colours, fixtures and fittings and save thousands on stamp duty. Just walk in and relax in this to be built luxury home. Located on a level elevated allotment, with veiws over parklands. Designed for easy living and low maintenance.

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.

29 WALLACE STREET MOUNT GAMBIER 4 BED | 2 BATH | 3 CAR CHARACTER AND LOCATION $539,000 Be impressed by this beautifully cared for turn of the century dolomite villa, located on a large allotment in one of mount gambier’s prestigious streets. The property oozes character with its dolomite and stone features, veranders, lead lighting, high ceilings & ornate cornices,.

10 SHEPHERD STREET 3 BED | 1 BATH | 1 CAR GREAT INVESTMENT $219,000 Check out this very tindy brick and tile home, currently leased to november 2018 $280 per week, or new owner only needs to walk in and enjoy. Modern colours, new carpets, clean and tidy bathroom laundry and kitchen areas, complemented by split system air- conditioning. 3 good size bedrooms.

22 HEDLEY STREET MOUNT GAMBIER 3 BED | 2 BATH | 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.

4 BUFFALO COURT MOUNT GAMBIER 4 BED I 2 BATH I 2 CAR PRESTIGE EXECUTIVE HOME $599,500 Arguably the best floor plan of a brand new home to be placed on the market for some time. Stunning finishes throughout, quality fixture and fittings, designed to northern aspects, perfect living and entertaining areas, state of the art kitchen.

7 ST ANDREWS DRIVE MOUNT GAMBIER 4 BED I 2 BATH I 2 CAR MAKE A OFFER $650,000 Prestigious home in Attamurra Fairway Estates, 4 Bedroom 2 Bathroom three living areas, the perfect entertaining home completed to the highest quality, with fixtures, fittings and finishes you would expect to see in a premier home.

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.

158 TELFORD ROAD MOORAK 4 BED | 2 BATH | 2 CAR STUNNING COUNTRY HOME $695,000 Best of country living, set on just over 2 ½ acres. Minutes from mount gambier and even closer to schools the kitchen is every women’s dream beautiful solid timber, large walk in pantry island bench breakfast bar and heaps of storage, an open meals family area.

15 MONTGOMERY AVENUE 2 BED I 1 BATH I 5 CAR GARAGE HEAVEN $199,500 A garage like this and a home all for under $200,000, i must be dreaming. 8 metre x 10 metre colour bond garage with 3.5 metre clearance at its peake. 2 bedroom stone home, with polished timber floors, slow combustion heating, split system air-conditioning.

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 STUNNING VIEWS $465,000 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,.

210 COMMERCIAL STREET WEST MOUNT GAMBIER 3 BED | 1 BATH | 4 CAR

12 KEEGAN STREET MT GAMBIER

15 DERWENT COURT MOUNT GAMBIER 4 BED I 2 BATH I 3 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.

DEVELOPERS OR INVESTORS DREAM $359,000 Rare large piece of land in mt gambiers city central. Ideal for the developer or home owner, walking distance to shops and café’s. Six community titles have already been created, and building plans available. Easy no fuss development opportunity.

AFFORDABLE FAMILY HOME $319,500 Check out this quality built, solid construction family home. Located in a quite cul de sac, 3 living areas, resort style main bathroom recently renovated with floor to ceiling tiles. Includes games room, family room, lounge room, 4 large bedrooms plus office.

25 ELDRIDGE DRIVE MT GAMBIER 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.

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.

PETER DEMPSEY | RLA: 269823 | 0418 854 393 | peterdempsey@atrealty.com.au

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7 St Andrews Drive

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11 Fairlie Street

28 Jubilee Highway West

45 Kurrajong Street

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“THE AUGUSTA”. Outstanding home. Master suite on top level with lounge area and balcony. Lower level with three OPEN bedrooms, kitchen/ dining/living area, biFRI fold doors to alfresco 5.00 - 5.30 area. Hardwood stairs.

470 Attamurra Road Worrolong

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6 Lui Avenue

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$340,000

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18 Eldridge Drive Worrolong

$208,000

A well maintained & renovated home fit for a family. Spacious living areas, outdoor entertaining & great shedding. Currently leased @ $255 p/ week. A smart investment.

Lot 13 McCormick Road OB Flat

Springview Estate – Stage 2, Mount Gambier

Beautifully positioned overlooking parklands. 3 spacious bedrooms, large open plan kitchen/living/dining. Spacious ensuite and walk in robe. Handy 5mX3m utility shed perfect for the boat.

9 Kooringa Street

Fantastic spacious family home located in the Hospital precinct, great shedding, good size allotment, close to the Marketplace, this one will tick all the boxes!

$315,000

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$229,500

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Tastefully updated and loaded with “WOW”. Solid construction & light filled living areas. Remodelled wet areas, 2 driveway access OPEN & great storage areas & shedding. Currently SAT leased until June 2018 11.00 - 11.30 @ $270 p/w.

4 Jacaranda Court

REDUCED $287,000

Sought after location loaded with features, tastefully renovated kitchen/ living/dining equipped with chef quality appliances. The rear yard boasts a 10m X 10m (approx) industrial quality workman’s shed fully powered and designed with sliding doors for easy access for the larger toys!

NEW

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This superb two – storey home will capture your heart! A flexible floor plan with so much to offer including exceptional shedding – only an inspection will OPEN reveal the many facets SAT of this glorious home with 10.15 - 10.45 bonus teenage retreat.

NEW PRICE $595,000

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! On approx 10 acres.

11 Vivienne Avenue

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9 Ibis Street

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Prepare to be delighted, when you step inside this superb and deceptively spacious family home, located in the Lady Nelson precinct OPEN an easy stroll to the City SAT centre. This home will be 9.30 - 10.00 snapped up very quickly -

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Stage 2 “Collins Street”. A truly exciting subdivision. Sizing from 1,194m2 to 2,492m2. Sewer, power, Telstra and water available. 9 Stage 2 allotments already sold.

12 Gwendoline Street

$489,500

All the hard work is done! Presented to a high standard this magnificent home boasts space, enviable lifestyle and a private established setting, all on just over an acre. Quality location and priced to sell!

2 Old Kent Court

27 Peake Street

From $120,000

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Tightly held location, solid & spacious home with 2 living areas and fantastic outdoor entertaining + extra shedding. This home offers all a family desires.

5 Hilltop Avenue

$399,500

Walk to the city centre or work from home. This light filled & spacious home offers the ultimate family lifestyle all set on over 1600m2 of secure and manicured grounds. Expect to be impressed.

2/20 Kurrajong Street

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$419,000

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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.

Units 1, 2 & 3/8C Helen Street

NEW PRICE $159,500

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Fantastic acreage allotment measuring 5,000m2 (approx) electricity and water both connected plus post & wire fencing. Well positioned south of the city.

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RENTALS UNITS\HOUSES

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$199,000

Easy care living at its best. A wonderful solid constructed Torrens Title homette, perfect for an investor or retiree. Well maintained, with loads of appeal. No strata fees!

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$268,000

A solid and spacious home - ideal for the growing family. Add your touch and reap the rewards with this fantastic home in a popular location. Large allotment with room for extra shedding. Only minutes to the city centre.

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$129,500

Be your own landlord! Neat and tidy unit in a small group of three with bonus private courtyard, in a great location – inspect, invest, rest!

$695,000 as a whole GREAT INVESTMENT PROPERTY Freehold only, add to your Super portfolio. Enjoying great returns. Secure long term leases, U1 leased at $21,289 + GST. U2 leased at $21,289 + GST, U3 leased at $21,289 + GST Enquire now for further details.

1 Form apply online Gebhardts Property Management Suite 2/14 Helen Street, Mount Gambier www.gebhardts.com.au rentals@gebhardts.com.au Ph 8724 8088

4/36 Jubilee Highway West

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Avail Now at $200 per week

11 Jeffries Street, Port MacDonnell

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Avail Now at $215 per week

3/4 Hartley Street

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Avail Now at $220 per week

7 Billing Road, Worrolong

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Avail 27/08/18 at $220 per week

13 Holder Street

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Avail 24/8/18 at $225 per week

46 Commercial Street West

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Avail Now at $240 per week

27 Landscape Lane, OB Flat

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Avail 1/8/18 at $290 per week

2 Lasiandra Crescent

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Avail 12/7/18 at $335 per week

6 Davis Cres

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Avail Now at $355 per week

3 Cottage Grove

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Avail Now at $380 per week

11 Redwood Avenue

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Avail Now at $465 per week

45 Sassanowsky Road

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Avail Now POA

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4/36 Jubilee Highway West

Avail Now 2

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$200 pw

• 2 bedroom unit • Main with built in robe • Open plan kitchen/meals/family area • 2nd lounge area with electric heating • Bathroom with separate bath and shower • Garage UMR with internal access • Low maintenance court yard • Central • No Pets

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6 Davis Cres

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Avail Now 4 2 2 $355 pw • 4 bedrooms main with walk-in robe & ensuite • Formal lounge • Kitchen/dine/family room • Slow combustion heating • Double garage • Excellent views of city • No Pets

2 Lasiandra Crescent

Avail 12/7/18 4 2 3 $335 pw • 4 bedrooms, main with ens • BIR’S in all bedrooms • Large open meals/family area • Elec kitchen • Large R/C aircon • Single garage UMR, plus double length carport • Large U/C outdoor area •Pets negotiable


Suite 2/14 Helen Street, Mount Gambier SA 5290 Paul Chuck SALES 0409 541 113

Ben Jeffrey SALES 0417 810 246

Jo Campbell SALES 0409 240 223

Sharyn Ferguson PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 8725 5766

Malcolm Lewis SALES 0411 899 693

Sue Mac Donald PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 8725 5766

www.gebhardts.com.au RLA 1903 Ph 08 8725 5766

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1/5 Banksia Street

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$199,500

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Excellent unit for the investor or downsizer located in a small complex close to all amenities. 2 Living area, neutral colours throughout & appealing yard.

21-23 Compton St Port MacDonnell

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2/5 Banksia Street

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$214,500

Exceptional unit with superb 2pak kitchen, fantastic undercover entertaining area and a great sized yard for the gardener. An absolute must to inspect!

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BENGALEE CRESCENT – Stage 4

1,209m2 (approx). Exceptional beachside property footsteps from the seafront. Amazing sea views & room for the boat, surfboards and all the toys. Inspect asap!

Blue Lake Printworks

177 Kilsby Road, OB Flat

2 Bray Street

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$129,000

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.

3B Coolabah Street

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4 Peake Street

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$239,000

Located a short walk to Mount Gambier CBD. Features include: 3 bedrooms all with BIR, renovated kitchen, near new bathroom & laundry, freshly painted and new carpets. This one has the lot!

9 Neville Avenue

NEW

$115,000 TO $135,000

Premium allotments within Aramanta Estate, sweeping views of Mount Gambier, sizes ranging from 731m2 to 1,069m2. All services, fully fenced and retained. Ready to choose your dream block! Lot 50 – $120,000. Lot 57 – $115,000 Lot 51 – SOLD. Lot 58 – $115,000 Lot 52 – $130,000. Lot 85 – $135,000 Lot 53 – $135,000. Lot 86 – $128,000 Lot 54 – $120,000. Lot 87 – $128,000 Lot 55 – $115,000. Lot 88 – $128,000 Lot 56 – $115,000. Lot 89 – $130,000

$395,000

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$389,500

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This stylish executive family home will impress the most discerning buyer especially those who want ‘pizazz’ paired with comfortable family living – inspect ASAP!

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16 Ridgeview Court

45 Bay Road

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$239,000

Attention busy professionals, downsizers and smart investors, this modern townhouse will tick all the boxes, low maintenance, private, immaculate and on its own title. An inspection will not disappoint.

8 Monash Crescent

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$319,500

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 if shedding is important then this property will certainly impress – do not delay your inspection!

75 Tollner Road

NEW PRICE $95,000 + SAV Established for 25 years – Large client base, selling and producing Australian Souvenir Products as well as the print shop. 3 carparks at the rear of the store + convenient side entrance from laneway. Too many facets to this business to list. Please contact the office for further details.

Haviland Court Port MacDonnell

Priced from $140,000 • Lifestyle allotments within the Port MacDonnell township • Ranging between 1ha – 2ha • Services include power and Telstra • 12ft gate entrance with post and wire fencing • Fully bitumised road throughout • Allotments oh so close to the beach

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$349,000

Beautiful family home located in the City fringe on 1,890m2 (approx). 2 titles – to be sold as a whole. Is immaculate inside & out. Country living – City convenience

15 Gardiner Terrace

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$340,000 + GST

High profile exposure, ideal investment with unlimited potential. Consisting of separate office and three bed residence. Utilise as a whole or dual let!

11 Graney Court

$365,000

A charming home featuring cathedral ceilings, updated kitchen and light filled open living. Loads of living areas & great shedding - 2 street access and fantastic entertaining area.

RENTALS

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$279,500

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.

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$279,000

Block 5,000m2 (approx) $179,500

A huge family home with unlimited potential, Two levels of living, bedrooms, kitchens, and bathrooms. Perfect for a large family or rental, possibilities for split accommodation S.T.C.C.

ALL OFFERS INVITED. Fantastic near level allotment in wonderful location. Popular western area, close to Tenison Woods College & Sports complex. Approx 5,000m2 – Call your builder today!

9 Jeffries Street, Port MacDonnell

Seafarers Way - Port MacDonnell

3

2

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$229,500

Great seaside home with heaps of potential and appeal. On a corner allotment with breakwater views and extra shedding.

Subdivision Starting from $83,500 Great flat serviced allotments in popular coastal township – swim, surf and fish at your doorstep! New stage now available. Enquire now!

1 Form apply online Gebhardts Property Management Suite 2/14 Helen Street, Mount Gambier www.gebhardts.com.au rentals@gebhardts.com.au Ph 8724 8088

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11 Redwood Avenue

10 Bay Road

53 Commercial Street East

3B Mitchell Street

• Harrold St • 1/2 James Street • 2/2 James Street • 10 Bay Road • 20 Sturt Street

Avail Now 4

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$465 pw

• 4 bedrooms with WIR’s • Main with ensuite & bath • Study with BI desk • Kitch/family/dine with stone bench tops, d/washer, gas & elec cooking • Ducted elec heating/ cooling • Double garage UMR, plus detached garage • No pets • Stunning executive residence overlooking park

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• 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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Commercial

Commercial

• Reception Area with R/C Air Con • Two Offices & store room • Share kitchen facilities & toilets • 3 Car parking Spaces • Approximately 73 Square meters • Access from James Street •POA

• Approximately 86.4 metres square • Large open flexible floor plan • Separate kitchen/storage • Rear parking area • Separate store area

• Approx. 54 metres square • Large open flexible floor plan • Front and rear access to building • Separate kitchenette with gas hot water service • Rear parking area • Store Room • POA

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DAMIAN VENN 0438 904 771

$695,000

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$229,000

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DAMIAN VENN 0438 904 771

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SPRINGVIEW ESTATE Suttontown - Collins Street Priced from $120,000 Contact Brett Exelby On 0458 548 756 to secure your block now! Services include town water, sewer, power & Telstra as well as hot mix roads & bike baths surrounding the Estate. Block sizes ranging from 1425m2 to 2368m2.

DAMIAN VENN 0438 904 771

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BRETT EXELBY 0458 548 756

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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

‘Coola’

58.33 ha

PROPERTY TWO BURNDA RD, COMPTON SA (4 SEPARATE TITLES) 5317/438

‘Gunda Bluie’

72.42 ha

5317/435

‘Benera’

33.44 ha

5317/437

‘Cherry Gardens’

8.396 ha

5317/436

‘Staffords’

11.94 ha

Coola

Moorak

Compton

Blackfellows

PROPERTY THREE MOORAK HALL RD, MOORAK SA (3 SEPARATE TITLES) 5262/953

‘Arden Hill’ – Homestead

26.30 ha

5305/251

‘Harris’ – Homestead

25.28 ha

5317/433

‘Fletts’

25.39 ha

PROPERTY FOUR 9 HAMMER PARADE BLACKFELLOWS CAVES Coastal Vacant residential land

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BEST IN AUSTRALIA It has been a huge 12 months for the Borderline Speedway and at last month’s Australian Speedway Awards, the Mount Gambier club was honoured, taking home two gongs from the Brisbane hosted gala presentation. The Glenburnie facility won Track of the Year, keeping the award in the region – Warrnambool’s Premier Speedway took home the top track honour last year – and club stalwart Bill Barrows was named the OfficialVolunteer of the Year. “You don’t set out to win these awards,” said club president Cary Jennings. “But it is good to be recognised for the achievements of Mount Gambier because Mount Gambier Speedway incorporates all the people of Mount Gambier who support it and they deserve a bit of recognition.” The track and facilities have undergone significant redevelopment in the past 12-18 months, much of those improvements aimed at presenting the track in the best possible shape for the January Australian Sprintcar Championships, which were hailed a huge success by national officials. The Track of the Year Award backs up the positive feedback local officials have received post- the national titles, as well as the other events hosted at the track in the past 12 months. Criteria for the award included factors both on and off the track, including the standard of the facility, the race meetings held, the marketing and promotion and the management structure in place. “A lot of work has gone into the speedway complex over the past 12 months,”

Jennings said. “The addition of nine corporate boxes, new fencing, new signage, revamping of the viewing areas and banks and re-grassing of spectator areas have all been part of the improvements. Without the help and input of many local companies, businesses and individuals around town it wouldn’t have happened.” That support, and, untold hours of volunteer labour all combining to see the Borderline Speedway rated the best in Australia. “We had a great group of volunteers to make this happen,” Jennings said, acknowledging the speedway committee, the national titles committee and the guys who just head out to the track regularly for maintenance and other upgrade work. Of course, the unofficial head of those volunteers is Bill Barrows and while the award he received was acknowledging the past 12 months, his more than

four decades of commitment to the Borderline Speedway and motor sport, in general, cannot be denied. “Bill has instigated and led all the volunteers and made things happen in the background,” Jennings said. “We are very appreciative of what he has done over many years.” The club president cannot remember a time Bill wasn’t front and centre at the speedway. “It’s a great credit to Bill to get the award for the effort he has put in over many, many years. He’s always strived to have the best track we can have every race day and he has achieved that high standard over many years. People outside of this region don’t fully understand what Bill has done.” Bill was, in fact, the main driving force, along with John Hughes, to establishing World Series Sprintcars more than 30 years ago and that is just one of the many initiatives Bill has championed over

MAJOR PROJECTS INCLUDED IN 2017/18 BUDGET Glenelg Shire Council last week endorsed its 2018-19 Budget, voting to invest in local roads, marina infrastructure and recreation facilities for its ratepayers. Mayor Cr Anita Rank said the $52 million budget includes a $4.4 million commitment to upgrade local roads and an allocation of $16 million to undertake an extensive capital works program. Council will also commit $8.3 million to deliver priority projects, including $1.2 million to implement stage one of the Bridgewater Bay Master Plan, $1.9 million to enhance the Portland Foreshore and construct an All Abilities Playspace and $4.7 million to improve fuel access and extend the Marina and Trawler Wharf at the Portland Marina. Fees and charges have also been kept at a minimum with an increase of 2.25 per cent, as per State Government recommendations and consistent with CPI. lifestyle1.net | 23

VALE JASON JOHNSON On the same weekend, Australian Speedway was acknowledging its brightest and best, one of the sport’s brightest and best lost his life in a speedway accident. US sprintcar champion Jason Johnson passed away after an accident at Beaver Dam Speedway in Wisconsin. A regular and much loved visitor to Australia, Jason leaves behind his wife, Bobbi, and son Jaxx. Borderline Speedway club president Cary Jennings said the outpouring of grief and support for Johnson’s family showed how much the driver was loved worldwide. “You read the comments on facebook and you see how many people had really close contact with him,” Jennings said. “He was so well respected – a real gentleman.” Johnson was a regular visitor over the Christmas period each year to drive in the World Series Sprintcars and other speedway events. “He was a driver that locals loved to support,” Jennings said. “Over the period he came to Australia be touched a lot of people and they are all feeling for his family right now.”

the years. This award is just reward for everything he has done. He is definitely a highly respected volunteer.” Above (top) - Speedway Australia Official-Volunteer of the Year. Above (inset) - Borderline Speedway club president with the Speedway Australia award for Track of the Year.


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To describe Laura Hawkins’ dance experience prior to being part of Swinging with the Stars as minimal is probably being generous. “I remember doing choreography with my friends in Year 8 to the Spice Girls and Britney Spears and this was way harder than that,” Laura said. “But it was such good fun.” And she must have some dance ability because the former Frances, now Robe, resident took home the coveted mirror ball trophy, winning the 2018 competition that is the major annual fundraiser for the Stand Like Stone Foundation. Shock barely describes her reaction at making the top four, let alone emerging victorious. “You kind of forget it is a competition,” Laura said. “I was just so excited to dance and to get through all the dances.” Laura’s dance partner, Cody Smith, was also more than happy when it was

announced the duo made the top four dance off. “He (Cody) has done this event a couple of times before and never made the top four so he was just so excited we made that,” Laura said. It also gave the couple a chance at redemption with the cha cha. “That was the first dance of the night and we did make some mistakes, although I do think we covered it a bit,” Laura said. “So it was good to be able to do it again and get it right.” Laura said all the dancers had similar feelings about the actual performance. “We were all pretty nervous for that first dance and we came backstage so breathless,” she said. “But once you got that first dance out of the way you kind of relaxed and got better and better as your confidence grew with each dance. I couldn’t stop smiling the whole time.” While there were ups and downs along the way, Laura’s expectations from when she first agreed to

participate were well and truly met. “It sounded like it would be an amazing experience,” she said. And it was. “I saw it as a once in a lifetime opportunity to dance and be on a ballroom stage,” she said. “It just sounded like a lot of fun. I also saw it as a growth experience because I had never done anything like it before.” Laura admits she found the challenge of fundraising almost as daunting as learning the cha cha and tango. “I wasn’t sure how I would go asking for auction items and things like that but people were so amazing,” she said. “I couldn’t believe the community support.” Laura was raising funds for the Naracoorte & District Sub Fund. “I was living in Frances when I signed up

so that was what I decided to do for my fundraising,” she said. Laura was working on the family farm at that stage but has since moved to Robe and is a jack of all trades at The Caledonian Inn. Laura held a movie night at the Naracoorte Town Hall where the British comedy-drama The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society was the main event and her major fundraiser was a quiz night, coordinated and hosted by her boyfriend Hugh Altschwager and his mate Tommy Davidson. “They did an incredible job,” Laura said. “I couldn’t have done it without them.” The guys were quizmasters, ran some fundraising games, held an auction and showed off some stand up comedy and made it not just a lucrative evening for the

Naracoorte & District Sub Fund but also a highly entertaining evening. “So many people were so generous with things they gave for the auction and raffles and everything and I cannot thank them enough, there really are no words,” Laura said. Committing to the Swinging with the Stars event, in regards to both fundraising and the rehearsals for the dancing, is a huge call and while Laura is not bemoaning having some time freed up, she really misses both the other seven stars and the dancers. “I really have missed catching up with them all,” she said. “I think they should all feel proud and all feel like winners.” Laura might have walked away with the mirror ball trophy but she does have one thing in common with all the other dancers. “The hip hop was definitely the dance with the quickest and hardest moves but in the end it was my favourite,” she said. Above (far left) - The 2018 Swinging with the Stars cast after the hip hop routine. Above (top centre & right) - 2018 Winners Laura Hawkins & Cody Smith in actrion on the dance floor. Above (bottom right) - Laura Hawkins & Hugh Altschwager PHOTOS COURTESY OF CHRISTY RADFORD - WITH LOVE PHOTOGRAPHY

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STUDENT INITIATIVE RAISES FUNDS FOR LOCAL CHARITIES Last month, Tenison Woods College held its first annual Charity Day, themed ‘Cans, Coins and Casuals for a Cause’. The event was a student run initiative, headed by Year 12 College Captains, Evangelia Wichmann and Daniel Ker. Efforts from the day resulted in $4700 raised, which will be split and donated to local charities, chosen by each subschool: • South East Animal Welfare League (Junior School) • Headspace (Middle School) • Sunset Kitchen (Senior School) As well as this significant monetary achievement, more than 1300 cans of food were donated by students and staff. The cans have been donated locally to the St Vincent de Paul Society.

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SOUTHERN GRAMPIANS BUSINESS AWARD NOMINATIONS OPEN The search for the 2018 Southern Grampians Shire Business of the Year has begun, with nominations opening ast week for the annual Business Awards. Proudly supported by naming rights sponsor Telstra, the awards are now in their 22nd year. Telstra has a strong history of support for business awards and Council are proud to once again partner with them, alongside long-serving supporters the Ace Radio network and the Hamilton Spectator. Southern Grampians Shire Council Mayor Mary-Ann Brown said the awards were one of her favourite events of the year as it provides an opportunity to uncover and celebrate the region’s business success stories. Entry forms are now available on council’s website at www.sthgrampians.vic.gov.au/ businessawards and entries close Friday, August 17. The gala presentation evening will be held on October 26 at the Hamilton Performing Arts Centre. For any details about the business awards please contact Peter Johnson on (03)5573 0240 or email pjohnson@ sthgrampians.vic.gov.au Above - 2017 business award winners.

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LIBRARY NOW OFFERING TOYS The Naracoorte Public Library is pleased to announce toys are now available to borrow as of this month. Three toys may be borrowed at a time for a two week loan on a child’s Library card. If you are interested in volunteering or being involved in a Toy Library Working Group contact the Library on (08)8762 2388. To learn more download the Winter 2018 Library Newsletter at www.naracoortelucindale.sa.gov.au

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STUDENTS FIND A NEW WAY TO EMBRACE READING PROGRAM Hamilton North Primary School students have been setting a good example for the local Growing Greater Readers program by creating their own books. The 68 Year One and Two students have made a series of information books about their favourite animals. Family members and local Beyond the Bell and library officials joined the children late last month for a book launch. Teacher Janette McCallum said the books evolved from lessons on information report writing. “We started looking at different reports and books and thought what better way for the kids to learn than to actually do one of their own,” Mrs McCallum said. Teachers worked alongside students to develop the contents and ideas for each chapter, with a focus on the structure of writing and including information that readers could readily understand. The children chose an animal they knew about and then wrote a chapter on it.

Over two weeks they focussed on a different part of the information report, including contents, photos and captions for diagrams and a glossary. With the information books completed, it was decided to host a launch. “We’re always talking about the importance of reading and spoke about the little book boxes around town and thought it was a great idea to invite those from Beyond the Bell who run that program to the launch,” Mrs McCallum said. “It was exciting for the kids to have people from outside the school to see their books. They felt like little authors.” Beyond the Bell Southern Grampians Local Action Group member Anne Murphy said the information books were a great example of the community’s focus on reading. “Beyond the Bell is impressed by the great work going on in our local schools to encourage literacy,” Mrs Murphy said. “The book launch shows that reading really is for everyone and projects like this will help to Grow Greater Readers around Hamilton.”

REFUGEE COMMITTMENT FROM MAYOR During Refugee Week last month, City of Mount Gambier Mayor Andrew Lee signed the Rural Australians for Refugees and Refugee Council of Australia Refugee Welcome Scroll. The six metre Welcome Scroll has toured Australia during the past 12 months and aims to confirm Local Government commitment to welcoming refugees into local communities. In 2015, the City of Mount Gambier resolved to sign the Refugee Welcome Zone Declaration, joining 113 other councils throughout Australia. The declaration is a commitment in spirit to welcoming refugees into our community, upholding the human rights of refugees, demonstrating compassion for refugees and enhancing cultural and religious diversity in our community. Above - Mayor Andrew Lee is pictured holding the Welcome Scroll with Mount Gambier Migrant Resource Centre Manager Anelia Blackie (left) and Rural Australians for Refugees & Refugee Council of Australia’s Jan Govett. lifestyle1.net | 27

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COLLECTED STUPIDITY - THE BURGERS ARE BETTER IN RUSSIA... By ROBBIE TANSEL I thought I was finished with crazy stories about Russia after last week where World Cup organisers had to provide coaching for their workers on how to smile. Not to mention a Russian minister was telling women not to have babies with foreigners during the World Cup. This week, the Russian arm of Burger King (Australia’s Hungry Jacks) was running a very interesting promotion to coincide with the World Cup. Burger King were offering three million rubles (over sixty thousand Australian dollars) as well as a lifetime supply of Whoppers to any woman who managed to get themselves impregnated to a World Cup soccer player. Clearly they hadn’t received the no sex with foreigners message coming from a member of parliament last week. It’s safe to say that #metoo movement hasn’t made it to Russia yet. For some unfathomable reason people were offended by this promotion. Hard to believe, I know. What’s there to be offended with really? You don’t have to try to get yourself knocked up by a World Cup player if you don’t want.

It’s a choice you make if you really like hamburgers. If you don’t want to get pregnant to a stranger who happens to be skilled at a game where you only use your feet because you don’t have enough coordination to combine your upper and lower limbs, then don’t get involved. But if you really like Whoppers then put on something nice and head for Kot Shredingera, Moscow’s number one nightspot. Obviously. When I say Whopper by the way, I mean the burger…but I guess it may apply to ‘that’ as well. Maybe that’s why they’re always tripping over. Is that too cryptic or can you put those pieces together? The interesting part of this one is imagining the discussion around the board room in whatever ad agency came up with this. ‘We could come up with a witty catchphrase.’ ‘Maybe we could come up with an interesting character in a funny situation.’ What about if we come up with a deal with a great price for a variety of our food items together.’ They ended up with free burgers for putting out. Whoever pitched the other ideas needs to work on the presentation of their pie chart, I reckon. Can you imagine the discussion at that house when at some point the child starts asking why they get free Whoppers all the time? lifestyle1.net | 28

It’s possibly trickier than it seems to get pregnant to a World Cup footballer. Have you seen their skill at acting every time they earn a free kick whilst barely being touched? I bet they’d be good at faking an orgasm. Surprisingly Burger King had to withdraw the promotion saying that it was, “too offensive”. Apparently offensive is fine, but this was too offensive. There’s a line of how much poor taste is acceptable. Sextape, offensive. Up the duff. Too offensive. I’d hate for anyone to think I’m picking on the Russians because they’re a lovely bunch of people who just happen to not know how to smile. An American Catholic boys high school was criticised this week for having a live tiger at their prom. Yes, you read that correctly. A tiger. Worth noting is they also had lemurs for attendees at the event to have photos with.

Let’s consider again, that this was an idea that someone suggested, and other people on a committee presumably went, “Yes, we should definitely bring a tiger in a cage to our event with dozens of teenage boys. Yes, teenage boys, who’s prefrontal cortexes are not fully developed and able to think rationally until they’re in their mid 20s.” There’s a pretty fair chance someone is going to set that tiger free for a bit of a laugh. I have two possible scenarios that make this not such a bad idea. Scenario one: maybe they couldn’t find anyone to do security on the night. With all of the school shootings in the United States, if something went down they could open the cage and set the tiger free to sort the problem out. Scenario two: if the tiger accidentally got out, the chances are that most of the students were probably carrying a weapon. “We all have learned a great deal from this experience,” the school’s principal said. Now that you’ve had a tiger and lemurs at your prom, you’ve learnt a great deal? Someone should get this guy a job in Russian advertising. We live in a very stupid world. Email me at robbietansel@gmail.com if you know how to work computers.


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FARMERS & VIGNERONS SET TO BENEFIT FROM UPGRADE The South East Natural Resources Management Board’s Automated Weather Station (AWS) Network and website has recently received an upgrade which will see improved reliability of weather data for landholders in the region. The South East AWS network extends from Coonalpyn in the north to the SA/Victorian border and down to Piccaninnie Ponds in the south, with 20 automatic weather stations in the network. The upgrade will improve the reliability of data provision from the network with other enhancements including displaying your home weather site, 15-minute data updates, the ability to view information by table or chart depending upon user preference, calculators for growing degree days, rainfall amount, chill portions and hours, daylight hours, and an easier to navigate website. Natural Resources South East Senior Project Officer Daniel Newson said the new website had been strengthened to include data from a state-wide network of weather stations. “In a region like the South East, the weather can change rapidly throughout the day, so data from the AWS network will now be received and updated every 15 minutes on the website,” Mr Newson said. “This will be an enormous improvement for farmers monitoring Delta T, approaching rainfall, wind conditions, and fire danger indexes.” Information and weather data on the website is available for yesterday, current day, past week, past month, and past year, as well as providing information on current warnings. Selected sites in the South East NRM region also feature leaf wetness measurements to help with calculation of disease management index’s such as Downey Mildew for the grape growing industry. Users can also choose to view the weather forecast or information that is specific to on-farm activities that they are undertaking such as spraying, seeding, harvesting and irrigation. To aid with this, the new website is also mobile-friendly and will reformat to suite a mobile phone and tablet screens, allowing landholders to access local weather information while on the go in the field. The website can be accessed by via the natural resources South East website www.naturalresources.sa.gov.au/ southeast/home or directly at www.awsnetwork.com.au.

BRING IN YOUR MEASUREMENTS TODAY!

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STUDENTS PRODUCE AMAZING LIVE MUSIC EVENT Grant High School students have put their learning into practice with a live music event that also incorporated food and hospitality as the students stepped out of the classroom and created, developed and ran their own event - Wild Winter’s Night - last month. Above - Brodie Jackson, Darcy Collins, & Gajanan Frost


SPORT AT A GLANCE

DUNN’S HOT FORM CONTINUES Sixty nine clay target shooters nominated for the inaugural Garry Clifford Memorial Handicap shoot. Cold and dry winter conditions greeted the competitors in the event, sponsored by South East Marine & Motorcycles, to honour former president and life member Garry Clifford who passed away last year. Jamie Dunn managed to beat his father Leigh and Jeremy Kent in a three way shoot off for OTG (off the gun) Gambier Shooting Supplies High Gun with each shooting 48/50 and each earning a 25 Badge in the process. Charles Wallis was honoured to win the Garry Clifford Memorial Handicap Trophy, sponsored by E & LJ Scheidl General Builders, as the handicap High Gun winner. AA grade handicap winner was won by Leigh Dunn from Dane Hastings & Jo Densley. Jeremy Hellyer shot beautifully to win A grade, only missing out by one target in a place the OTG high gun shootoff. Leigh Peterson & Brenton Ferguson took the A grade minor placings. Slim Fennell took out the B grade handicap from Michael Gates & Matt Crook. C grade Handicap places had to be decided on countback with Darren Beyer coming out on top of Allan Spokes & Ian Lister. Wayne Evans needed a countback in the Veterans handicap to beat Ray Lindner and Wayne Gurney into third. The Superveterans handicap was taken out by Barry Hill from the consistent Peter Caskey and Bob Jones in third. Emma Lawford finished atop the Ladies handicap podium from Janette Densley and Tash Bellinger. Will Crook took out the Sub Juniors handicap with some consistent scores from Carter Rossouw and Brodie VonStanke-Dowie.

UPCOMING EVENTS Sunday July 15th Lake Bonney 50 target (Variety Bash Charity Shoot) Sunday July 22nd Burrungule Park 60 Target English Sporting RESULTS OTG Gambier Shooting Supplies High Gun Jamie Dunn Garry Clifford Memorial Handicap Sponsored By E & L Scheidl High Gun Winner - Charles Wallis HANDICAP RESULTS AA Grade 1st L. Dunn; 2nd D. Hasting; 3rd J. Densley A Grade 1st J. Hellyer; 2nd L. Peterso; 3rd B. Ferguson B Grade 1st G. Fennell; 2nd M. Gates; 3rd M. Crook C Grade 1st D. Beyer; 2nd A. Spokes; 3rd I. Lister Veterans 1st W. Evans; 2nd R. Lindner; 3rd W. Gurney Super Veterans 1st B. Hill; 2nd P. Caskey; 3rd B. Jones Ladies 1st E. Lawfor; 2nd J. Densley; 3rd T. Bellinger Sub-Juniors 1st W. Crook; 2nd C. Rossouw ; 3rd B. VonStankeDowie

SPADA WINS KING OF THE MOUNTAIN Mount Gambier hosted its King of the Mountain Grappling competition last month, which was quite a success, where a healthy crowd of adults and kids showed up to watch the eight person elimination competition. The competition was open weight and included male and female competitors. Matches were eight minutes regulation, but could only be decided by submission and if their was no submission in the eight minute time frame, the match went into an overtime tie breaker where competitors are put in either a back mount or armbar set up and it becomes submit or escape, winner is the person with the quickest time. Eight students competed, most of whom had under six months training, with the final between Mitchell Tinley and Jake Spada. Tinley won his opening two matches in regulation tapping Emma Nisbet by baseball bat choke in the opening round, and then Kevin Gritton in the semi final by rear naked choke. Spada won his opening match in regulation beating Mack Paltridge by Darce choke, but had to go to overtime against Shem Balshaw, winning by quickest escape time. In the final Tinley and Spada traded submission attempts, before Spada won with a strait foot lock at around six minutes. Above - (Back row) - Mack Paltridge, Kev Gritton, Shem Balshaw & Tom Hair. (Front row) - Jonte Lunsmann, eventual champion Jake Spada, Matthew Grubb, Mitchell Tinley & Emma Nisbet

Above (left) - Gambier Shooting Supplies High Gun winner sponsor Dane Hastings with Jamie Dunn. Above (right) - Garry Clifford Memorial Handicap winner Charles Wallis with sponsor Ernie Scheidl.

PLENTY OF GOALS IN LOWER SOUTH EAST HOCKEY ROUND Under 15 Boys West 6 d Cavaliers 0 West lined up against a Cavaliers team light on players which meant it was going to be a hard game for Cavs to win but they made West fight for every goal. At half time West were 3-0 up due to goals to Dylan McGregor, Tom Howard and Brad Hann. After half time the game opened up but Cavaliers defence led by Jessie Dowie and James Grant kept the West forwards honest. As Cavaliers tired, West added three more goals to run out winners 6-0. GOAL SCORERS - Angus Aitken 2; Dylan McGregor, Brad Hann, Tom Howard and Patrick O’Hehir. RESULTS Division 1 Men West 4 d Cavaliers 3 Division 2 Men West 7 d Cavaliers 4 Division 3 Men West 6 d Cavaliers 1 Division 3 Women Cavaliers 3 d West 2 Tigers 4 d Redbacks U15 Boys West 6 d Cavaliers 0 Above - Cavaliers Patrick DeVos runs the ball out of defence while West’s Nathan Taylor gives chase.

Above - Jayden Eldridge (East) & Fraser Marshall (North Gambier) Below - Nick Lock (East) tackles North’s Dylan Munn. PHOTO COURTESY OF FRANK MONGER

East Gambier’s Tenille Gray takes this ball strongly in front of North defender Jordyn Adams. PHOTO COURTESY OF FRANK MONGER

SEABL RESULTS CASTEC RURAL SUPPLIES MOUNT GAMBIER PIONEERS HOME DOUBLE HEADER THURSDAY NIGHT • Pioneers 82 (A. Marzette 27; E. Burdon 17; L. Thomas 11 (13 rebounds); K. De Wit 9; L. Jamieson 7) d Nunawading 72 FRIDAY NIGHT • Pioneers 88 (A. Marzette 33; K. Tipene 20; L. Thomas 16; L. Jamieson 14 (11 rebounds) d Frankston 78 Pioneers currently sit in 11th place on the SEABL standings - two wins outside the top eight. THIS WEEKEND July 6 v Basketball Australia Centre of Excellence @ the AIS (Canberra) July 7 v Canberra Gunners @ Belconnen Stadium (Canberra)

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LOCAL SPORT WESTERN BORDER FOOTBALL A GRADE

Casterton Sandford 5.1 11.5 16.6 20.9 (129) West Gambier 2.2 3.4 7.8 7.9 (51) Goals - Casterton Sandford: C. Currie 5; J. Stephenson 4; T. Shannon, M. Killey, A. Cleary, H. Jarrad 2; B. Galpin, T. Nesbitt, D. Richardson. West: L. Bradley-Brown 3; L. Jones, S. Zeitz, J. Schapel, S. Wenman. Best - Casterton Sandford: W. MacDonald, T. Shannon, C. Currie, A. Cleary, C. Jarrad, T. Nesbitt. West: K. Betts, D. Walsh, L. Bradley-Brown, S. Wenman, T. Holmes. North Gambier 1.3 6.6 9.6 12.7 (79) East Gambier 2.1 4.9 6.9 9.11 (65) Goals - North: M. McInerney 3; H. Telford, A. Kitschke 2; M. Ashby, T. Gould, W. Lewis, J. Schutz, N. Blachut. East: M. Rumbelow, K. Thomson 3; J. Ransom, T. Balshaw, G. Cooper. Best - North: H. Telford, D. Munn, G. Soper, M. Ashby, K. Lam, T. Bruhn. East: M. Rumbelow, M. Kieselbach, J. Eldridge, J. Ransom, G. Cooper, M. Ferguson. Millicent 5.2 7.5 11.8 15.11 (101) South Gambier 0.4 1.5 2.8 6.9 (45) Goals - Millicent: M. Duldig 4; D. Bromley, T. Hutchesson 3; C. Gallio, H. Gordon 2; H. Nitschke. South: H. Capewell 4; B. Kain 2. Best - Millicent: J. Weir, T. Hutchesson, S. Duldig, D. Bromley, J. Grimes, B. Kenny. South: H. Capewell, D. Boyd, A. Harkness, T. Reid, T. Saffin, M. Hein.

B GRADE Casterton Sandford 14.6 (90) d West Gambier 3.5 (23) East Gambier 9.10 (64) d North Gambier 6.15 (51) Millicent 8.14 (62) d South Gambier 4.3 (27)

UNDER 17.5 Casterton Sandford 11.9 (75) d West Gambier 1.4 (10) East Gambier 15.15 (105) d North Gambier 3.0 (18) Millicent 9.9 (63) d South Gambier 5.4 (34)

UNDER 15 West Gambier 5.17 (47) d Casterton Sandford 1.3 (9) South Gambier 6.8 (44) d Millicent 2.2 (14)

UNDER 13 South Gambier 6.7 (43) d Millicent 3.1 (19)

WESTERN BORDER NETBALL A GRADE

MIXED PAIRS TITLE DECIDED (Z. Creek, G. Quick); West Gambier 39 (S. Povey, E. Hann) d Casterton Sandford 33 (K. Povey, M. Kurzman)

Vanderhorst); Robe 38 (L. Perkins, H. Carter) d Port MacDonnell 26 (K. Smith, S. Telford)

17 & UNDER

15 & UNDER

Millicent 68 (P. Nitschke, M. Taylor) d South Gambier 57 (R. Buckingham, I. Walker); North Gambier 53 (E. Close, T. Wilson-Smith) d East Gambier 24 (S. McKinnon, T. Bosko); West Gambier 59 (H. Witherow, J. Ritter) d Casterton Sandford 18 (S. Twardough, M. Mutch)

Glencoe 83 (A. Menzel, E. Thompson) d Tantanoola 16 (T. Patzel, L. McCallum); Mt Burr 49 (C. Muhovics, M. Job) d Kalangadoo 28 (S. Peterson, A. Hartland); Hatherleigh 71 (E. Cook, R. Nettle) d Nangwarry 9 (H. Vanderhorst, C. Lindner); Port MacDonnell 387 (M. Black, L. Feast) d Robe 30 (E. Yeo, A. Turner)

15 & UNDER A

13 & UNDER

Millicent 49 (T. Bryant, K. Walker) d South Gambier 23 (S. Boston, M. Thiele); East Gambier 40 (A. Bosko, I. Lamb) d North Gambier 25 (A. Dyson, C. Bruhn); West Gambier 80 (C. Hunter, M. Horrigan) d Casterton Sandford 4 (C. Foster, Z. Crawford)

Glencoe 35 (I. Maloney, C. Bignell) d Tantanoola 23 (T. Rowe, J. White); Mt Burr 38 (M. Gamble, J. Brant) d Kalangadoo 8 (S. Wrightson, A. Joyce); Hatherleigh 55 (C. Owen, B. Poulish) d Nangwarry 10 (T. Cranwell, T. McNair); Port MacDonnell 36 (A. Smith, B. Jones) d Robe 14 (R. Legoe, S. Brooks)

15 & UNDER B Millicent 44 (C. Pratt, K. Stuart) d South Gambier 27 (M. Reid, R. Richter); East Gambier 30 (M. Stevens, S. McLean) d North Gambier 20 (J. Brooks, S. Beare); Casterton Sandford 38 (C. Foster, Z. Crawford) d West Gambier 24 (J. Parsons, Z. Aberle)

13 & UNDER A South Gambier 44 (A. Duncan, P. Exelby) d Millicent 31 (R. Kenny, S. O’Connor); North Gambier 31 (K. Collins, P. Beare) d East Gambier 15 (C. Lines, M. Cordell); West Gambier 21 (C. Duryea, A. Pearson) d Casterton Sandford 20 (M. Hutchins, Z. Crawford)

13 & UNDER B

Millicent 27 (M. Tarrant, P. Venn) d South Gambier 13 (J. Jennings, I. Lawrence); North Gambier 28 (J. Young, M. Griffith) d east Gambier 15 (A. Lines, E. Steen); West Gambier 18 (B. Colbert, N. Clayton) d Casterton Sandford 12 (Z. Hill, K. Richardson)

11 & UNDER

Millicent 14 (T. Grosser, M. Lynch) drew with South Gambier 14 (R. Mitchell, I. Lawrence); North Gambier 25 (T. Jones, K. Dellow) d East Gambier 13 (E. Bassett, M. Button); Casterton Sandford 22 (I. Longhurst, H. Nash) d West Gambier 14 (H. Cowie, L. Simpson)

MID SOUTH EAST NETBALL A GRADE Tantanoola 60 (C. Walker, E. Gould) d Glencoe 53 (C. Cocks, S. Edwards); Kalangadoo 72 (J. Peacock, M. Russell) d Mt Burr 57 (S. Wallis, A. Guyett); Hatherleigh 63 (K. Green, S. Faulkner) d Nangwarry 52 (M. Markiewicz, C. Ploenges); Robe 54 (L. Hawkins, C. Tucker) d Port MacDonnell 35 (S. Taylor, C. Manning)

A RESERVE

Millicent 85 (D. Verbena, M. Turner) d South Gambier 48 (G. Hood, I. Walker); North Gambier 65 (C. Davey, K. Egan) d East Gambier 56 (T. Gray, S. Smith); West Gambier 59 (L. McGregor, J. Bell) d Casterton Sandford 49 (I. Cleary, A. Shannon)

Glencoe 54 (K. Coutts, K. Heaver) d Tantanoola 39 (M. Fleming, J. Matthews); Kalangadoo 51 (L. Ilsley, A. Paterson) d Mt Burr 29 (C. Reilly, A. Ballantyne); Hatherleigh 56 (C. Lepley, M. Smith) d Nangwarry 39 (T. James, C. McDiarmid); Port MacDonnell 51 (T. Gilmore, B. O’Dine) d Robe 16 (K. Moore, J. Nunan)

A RESERVE

B GRADE

Millicent 63 (L. Bowman, K. Taylor) d South Gambier 45 (K. Atwell, C. Grubb); East Gambier 48 (L. Harvey, S. Hurrell) d North Gambier 38 (A. Edwards, E. Stafford); Casterton Sandford 46 (H. Rhook, N. Rhook) d West Gambier 39 (G. Monkley, S. Cummins)

Glencoe 47 (A. Weaver, H. Greenfield) d Tantanoola 34 (M. Rice, S. Peters); Kalangadoo 58 (I. Giddings, J. Burt) d Mt Burr 15 (B. Medhurst, A. Lambert); Hatherleigh 37 (C. Merrett, E. Leopold) d Nangwarry 36 (P. Tawera, D. Gray); Port MacDonnell 39 (F. Scott, C. Merrett) d Robe 34 (A. Dutton, A. Nunan)

B GRADE

B RESERVE

Millicent 45 (L. Hateley, M. Varcoe) drew with South Gambier 45 (J. O’Neil, M. Burley); North Gambier 49 (L. Westhorpe, B. Lush) d East Gambier 40 (L. Cutting, M. Pannenburg); Casterton sandford 77 (A. McKinnon, L. Lane) d West Gambier 44 (J. Lamb, C. Haggett)

Glencoe 65 (A. Cocks, N. Orr) d Tantanoola 38 (B. Allen, K. Redden); Kalangadoo 37 (B. Winterfield, M. Bowden) d Mt Burr 35 (K. Palmer, R. Fox); Hatherleigh 52 (A. Haines, N. Skeer) d Nangwarry 11 (L. Burgess, A. Yeates); Port MacDonnell 49 (T. Jacob, A. Feast) d Robe 28 (K. Briggs, S. Girvan)

C GRADE South Gambier 61 (S. Domaschenz, R. Tilley) d Millicent 32 (J. Reilly, K. Madden); North Gambier 50 (S. Braithwaite, J. Forrest) d East Gambier 36

17 & UNDER

Tantanoola 41 (E. Gould, M. Telfer-Scott) d Glencoe 28 (K. Jones, S. Jones); Kalangadoo 38 (E. Mewett, J. Ryan) d Mt Burr 32 (L. Corman, E. Falting); Hatherleigh 29 (L. MacGregor, M. Varcoe) d Nangwarry 26 (N. Stewart, H.

MID SOUTH EAST FOOTBALL A GRADE

Glencoe 3.2 10.9 16.13 22.19 (151) Tantanoola 2.7 3.9 4.10 5.12 (42) Goals - Glencoe: D. Childs 4; T. Edwards 3; B. Mitchell, N. Easterbrook, D. Pfitzner, A. Gregory, C. Von Duve, J. Bates 2; N. Martin, T. Biggins, T. Horrigan. Tantanoola: J. Peters 3; C. Saint, B. Pitts. Best - Glencoe: D. Childs, N. Martin, Z. Cocks, J. Foster, T. Hawke, T. Horrigan. Tantanool: J. Williams, H. Brown, B. Chant, M. Roberts, C. Hatt, T. Mc Grath. Mt Burr 2.2 5.5 7.13 11.14 (80) Kalangadoo 2.2 4.3 6.4 8.5 (53) Goals - Mt Burr: K. Gordon 3; J. Gregory, D. Ridley, H. Crauford 2; E. Glass, T. Fennell. Kalangadoo: A. Stone 2; L. Jones, T. McManus, B. Gregory, B. Auld, M. Krieger, S. Agnew. Best - Mt Burr: H. Crauford, C. Puaitti, T. Renzi, T. Stanley, K. Gordon, D. Ridley. Kalangadoo: B. Mules, M. Lowe, A. Stone, N. Reeves, S. McManus, M. Krieger. Hatherleigh 9.3 18.6 27.14 37.21 (237) Nangwarry 0.1 0.2 0.2 0.3 (3) Goals -Hatherleigh: T. Smith 7; M. Faulkner, B. Fabris 6; T. Merrett, J. Skeer 4; L. Brown 3; H. Biddle 2; G. McGrath, J. Wight, Z. Jones. Best - Hatherleigh: J. Ferguson-Lane, J. Rayson, T. Ware, M. Pulmer, C. Slape. Nangwarry: J. Ingley, A. Heron, S. DeJong, J. Virtanen, J. Stratman, J. DeJong. Rob 2.4 4.8 9.10 12.14 (86) Port MacDonnell 2.5 2.7 4.10 6.13 49) Goals - Robe: T. Wilfred 5; J. Pitt 4; J. Jarrett, J. Wehl, Z. Deane. Pt Mac: J. Turner, S. Enderl 2; N. Wilke, M. Roscow. Best - Robe: A. Weir, J. Agnew, T. Wachtel, T. Wilfred, J. Wehl, B. Ross. Pt Mac: D. McElroy, S. Enderl, H. Stevens, L. Bottomley, M. Smith, N. Driver.

B GRADE Tantanoola 10.7 (67) d Glencoe 7.7 (49) Kalangadoo 15.3 (93) d Mt Burr 4.6 (30) Hatherleigh 7.7 (49) d 1.4 (10) Robe 6.6 (42) d Port MacDonnell 3.8 (26)

SENIOR COLTS Glencoe 14.23 (107) d Tantanoola 2.3 (15) Mt Burr 14.9 (93) d Kalangadoo 4.6 (30) Hatherleigh 16.8 (104) d Nangwarry 6.5 (41) Port MacDonnell 8.4 (52) d Robe 7.4 (46)

JUNIOR COLTS Tantanoola 1.6 (12) d Glencoe 0.0 (0) Mt Burr 8.5 (53) d Kalangadoo 1.1 (7) Hatherleigh 9.8 (62) d Nangwarry 1.0 (6) Robe 8.7 (55) d Port MacDonnell 3.2 (20)

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Mount Gambier District Indoor Bowls Association had another break from the Kimberly-Clark premiership season to hold its fourth association championship. This championship was the Faith Jewellers/David & Jane Peacock Mixed Pairs. Thirty teams competed for the mixed pairs title with two Post-Tel teams palying off for the top honour. Kember and Pearson met in the final, both PostTel teams playing exceptionally well and both deserved to make the final. It was the motherson combination of Fiona and Zac Pearson that got the better of the final, leading by six shots with one end to play and holding on for a five shot victory over Lynda Kember and Wayne Legutko. Kym and Laurie Franklin took out the consolation final, defeating Andrew Simpson and Joy Axleby. Above - Faith Jewellers / David & Jane Peacock Mixed Pairs Championship Finalists (L-R) Joy Axleby, Andrew Simpson, Lynda Kember, Wayne Legutko, Fiona Pearson, Zac Pearson, Kym Franklin & Laurie Franklin.

SEWFA RESULTS SOUTH EAST WOMEN’S FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION

Under 15s Inter CFC 3 d United 0; Apollo City 10 d Millicent 1 Seniors United 3 d Wanderers 0; Apollo City 2 drew with Millicent 2; Inter CFC 5 v Portland 1. NEXT WEEK Inter CFC v Centrals; Wanderers v Portland; United v Millicent Full details on the SEWFA Facebook page and the SEWFA website.

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LOCAL SPORT POWER CUP VISIT

Last month the South East SAASTA (South Australian Aboriginal Sports Training Academy) participated in the Aboriginal Power Cup in Adelaide alongside more than 450 students from 70 schools across South Australia.“This was the first time the South East Academy has participated in the Power Cup and the young indigenous students that took part are very proud of the high standard of behavior and cultural respect that they showed,” said SAASTA teacher Tara Bonney. Students designed a team jersey, a polo top that incorporated a new Australian flag to represent all Australians, and a team banner that represented their connection to Country and Culture, as well as learning about indigenous histories and perspectives from local Elders in the lead up to this event. The Aboriginal Power Cup is a three-day event facilitated by the Department of Education SAASTA division and the Port Adelaide Football Club, with a competitive football carnival as its centerpiece. The Aboriginal Power Cup focuses on engaging young people in Aboriginal culture, education, promoting healthy lifestyle choices and developing teamwork, leadership and life skills. The Limestone Coast SAASTA students were thrilled to spend time talking to and taking photos with Port Adelaide Football Club Indigenous players such as Chad Wingard, Jake Neade and Paddy Ryder during the 9-A Side Football Carnival. The students also had the opportunity to attend a Careers Expo where they were able to learn about the Aboriginal organisations in South Australia, as well as the educational and work opportunities

and supports available to them. Naracoorte High School student Kelsey Grigg designed the jersey that the South East SAASTA Academy wore during the football carnival. The jersey was designed using cultural themes important to the South East region, with the colours and symbols reflecting the local landscape around the Limestone Coast and the importance of linking Aboriginal communities in the area. The students also designed and painted a team banner which was paraded around Adelaide Oval during the grand final of the football carnival. By meeting with local Aboriginal Elders, students were able to choose colours, symbols and create artwork that was culturally significant to the area. The colours blue and green represent indigenous people of the area, being people of the water and the reeds, the eagle signifies spirit and working together, and the weaving was included as it is important to the area, as well as signified communities coming together. One of the highlights of the Power Cup was the cultural dance that the SAASTA students worked on with the Yellaka Dance Company, which was performed at the beginning of the Port Power versus Richmond Tigers AFL match at Adelaide Oval on the Friday night in front of more than 40,000 spectators. Above - Limestone Coast SAASTA students with Port Adelaide Football Club players Joel Garner and Jake Neade.- Kelsey Grigg, Amos Wilson, Brandon Newton, Warren Weetra, Tarquin Newton, & Denzel Wilson.

INAUGURAL SOUTH EAST CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM ANNOUNCED It is history in the making, no matter the results, when the South East fields a side in the inaugural South AustralianWomen’s Cpountry Championships, to be played this weekend in Renmark, in conjuntion with the men’s title. Millicent’s Reece Duncan is in charge of the history making line-up with Kybybolite’s Luke Crossling and South Gambier’s Nicle Orr as his assistants. The 2018 team, which will train this Wednesday in Penola as final preparation, boasts a number of dual sport athletes, as well a raft of premiership players from the two seasons of the local competition. 2018 SOUTH EAST ZONE WOMEN’S TEAM Kybybolite • Chelsea Dahlenburg; Casey McElroy; Dellie Brown; Susie Maber; Hayley Smart & Georgia Irvine Kalangadoo • Chloe Pratt; Bianco Thorn & Paris Ackland Millicent • Madi Thwaites; Madi Turner; Kelsie Wilkinson; Kristie Rowe; Olivia Fuller & Kimmi Varcoe South Gambier • Kaylene Nuske; Jasmine White; Kendall Saffin & Tess Andrews (pictured) East Gambier • Bo Creek; Tulle Perryman & Tyne Bosko North Gambier • Ella Firth Glencoe • Claire Nolte

KNT FOOTBALL

KNT NETBALL

A GRADE

A GRADE

Border Districts 4.0 5.1 9.5 11.6 (72) Padthaway 3.1 8.2 8.3 8.7 (55) Goals- Border Districts: D. Starr 3; N. McIver, S. Mansell, T. Leechman 2; G. Hampton, B. Denmead. Padthaway: L. Eats, C. FRancis 3; T. Brown, L. Harder. Best - Border Districts: L. Bowd, H. Pretlove, F. Adams, B. Keast, D. Starr, K. Phillips. Padthaway: A. Longbottom, T. Michael, D. Obst, T. McNamara, L. Harder, T. Edwards. Kaniva Leeor 2.3 3.8 8.18 11.20 (86) Kybybolite 2.1 5.3 5.6 6.8 (44) Goals - Kaniva Leeor: C. De Visser 4; N. Murphy 3; C. Hitchcock 2; J. Wagg, T. Stribling. Kybybolite: L. McGregor 3; B. Munn, W. Stewart, T. Cooper. Best - Kaniva Leeor: J. Salt, T. Brown, N. Bowles, S. Snook, C. De Visser, A. Brown. Kybybolite: J. McKay, E. Owen, R. Jaensch, L. McGregor, T. Cooper, T. Woodard. Keith 6.3 9.6 17.10 24.13 (157) Naracoorte 0.3 2.4 6.5 8.5 (53) Goals - Keith: B. Simounds 10; L. Wilhlem, A. Wilson 3; G. Johnson, B. Laurie 2; S. Launsch, A. Dunstan, G. Thring, H. Wilhlem. Naracoorte: C. Gill 3; W. Walker 2; F. Day, S. Willson, J. Sellars. Best - Keith: G. Thring, B. Simounds, G. Johnson, H. Wilhelm, T. Geyer. Naracoorte: K. Jacobs, J. Bettoncelli, D. Albrecht, C. Gill, J. Moss, F. Stephan. Lucindale 3.1 5.6 12.9 22.11 (143) Bordertown 2.4 4.7 5.9 5.13 (43) Goals - Lucindale: T. Logan 8; S. Mardling 3; H. Tregoweth 2; R. McInerney, S. Teakle, N. Cane, D. McCarthy, A. Eckermann, S. Spriggs, L. Kelsh, J. Teakle, T. Menz. Bordertown: N. Hampel 2; J. Searle, A. Diment, B. Jarrett. Best - Lucindale: J. Teakle, S. Spriggs, D. Ogilvie, S. Teakle, T. Logan, N. Cane. Bordertown: B. Paech, R. Tink, S. Creaser, J Searle, A. Diment. Penola 6.1 10.5 16.7 23.11 (149) Kingston 4.5 8.6 14.6 17.8 (110) Goals - Penola: B. Foster 9; M. Berkefeld 4; S. Berkefeld 3; S. Merrett 2; J. Robbie, J. Nysten, D. Walker, L. Merrett, J. Currie. Kingston: M. Wakefield 8; R. Starling 4; J. Del Olivera 3; B. Kernahan, J. Armfield. Best -Penola: S. Berkefeld, B. Foster, J. Galpin, S. Merrett, J. Currie, S. Jackman. Kingston: M. Wakefield, B. Warner, R. Werchiwski, S. Branson, T. Baker, C. Healy.

B GRADE Border Districts 16.9 (105) d Padthaway 8.2 (50) Kaniva Ledeor 8.3 (51) d Kybybolite 7.3 (45) Keith 22.8 (140) d Naracoorte 6.6 (42) Penola 14.7 (91) d Kingston 7.13 (55) Bordertown 15.12 (102) d Lucindale 5.7 (37)

SENIOR COLTS

Kybybolite 16.9 (105) d Kaniva Leeor 2.1 (13) Keith 14.5 (89) d Naracoorte 0.0 (0) Penola 15.12 (102) d Kingston 2.0 (12) Padthaway/Lucindale 6.9 (45) d Bordertown 5.4 (34)

JUNIOR COLTS Kybybolite 8.13 (61) d Kaniva Leeor 0.1 (1) Keith 9.11 (65) d Naracoorte 0.0 (0) Penola 6.7 (43) d Kingston 2.1 (13) Padthaway/Lucindale 8.1 (49) d Bordertown 0.0 (0)

SOUTH WEST DISTRICT FOOTBALL A GRADE

Westerns 4.2 10.4 13.4 16.6 (102) Coleraine 2.2 3.2 6.7 7.9 (51) Goals - Westerns: J. Bartlett ; C. Anson, L. Robinson, M. England, R. Cracknell, L. Evans, J. Bliss, E. Magann, R. Holmes, N. Haylock. Coleraine: J. Nash 2; J. Eats, T Hogan, N. Sullivan, D. Hiscock. A. Richardson. Branxholme-Wallacedale: A. Ratcliffe, J. Lambevski, J. Grayland, C. Wood. Best - Westerns: N. Haylock, C. Anson, M. England, J. Bartlett, B. Koenig, L. Evans. Coleraine: T. Hogan, T. Row, J, Eats, J. Wright, B. Manders, J. Norris. Heywood 12.7 20.10 26.17 34.20 (224) Branxholme-Wallacedale 0.0 0.1 0.1 1.3 (9) Goals - Heywood: D. Handreck 8; J. Nash 6; J. Ellis, E. Blacksell 4; S. Bunworth 3; A. Johnstone, G. Slade, N. Willis, M. Bunworth 2; H. Gibbs. Branxholme-Wallacedale: J. Austin. Best -Heywood: E. Blacksell, B. Martin, W. Bell, N. Gissins, J. Nash, D. Handreck. Branxholme-Wallacedale: S. Lambevski, K. Taylor, T. Cogger, J. Lambevski, L. Ewing, J. Hogan. Dartmoor 7.4 15.11 18.19 21.25 (151) Cavendish 0.1 0.1 1.3 2.5 (17) Goals - Dartmoor: J. McCrae 5; J. Polaski, L. Bull 4; Z. Michau 3; C. Howlett 2; S. Jones, M. Phillips, M. Oldfield. Cavendish: J. O’Brien, D. Praolini. Best - Dartmoor: J. Polaski, C. Ireland, L. Polaski, J. Mc Crae, J. Roptini, K. Smith. Cavendish: S. Lehmann, AS. Burn, W. Baulch, M. McRae, A. O’Connor, G. Reid. Heathmere 2.3 8.5 10.5 13.8 (86) Tyrendarra 2.5 4.6 9.13 11.13 (79) Goals - Heathmere: M. Wilson 6; M. Lenehan 2; T. Puche, L. Wiseman, R. Pickett, W. Pickett, L. Davis. Tyrendarra: T. Holland, T. O’Connell, D. Andrew 2; J. Meulendyks, B. Bentley, S. Lewis, T. Deans, J. Atwell. Best - Heathmere: H. Telfer, S. Lovett, C. McNabb, M. Wilson, J. Stanford, J. Nagorcka. Tyrendarra: J. Atwell, M. MacDonald, S. Lewis, B. Bentley, M. Peters, D. Andrew

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Border Districts 65 (M Nolan, L Pfitzner) d Padthaway 47 (P Moyle-Read, E Hannaford) Naracoorte 52 (B Sinclair, K Mott) d Keith 51 (V Ross, M Wachtel) Penola 59 (A Skeer, S Skeer) d Kingston 49 (E Southall, B Clarke) Lucindale 53 (K Justin, N Smart) d Bordertown 49 (J Lange, W Rowett)

A RESERVE Border Districts 47 (M Jordan, D Moore) d Padthaway 18 (C Nolan, E Dempster) Naracoorte 61 (C McElroy, A Hunter) d Keith 49 (C Leek, C Mitchell) Penola 91 d Kingston 34 (Z Lyon, G Milie) Lucindale 53 (J Bittner, M Tregoweth) d Bordertown 50 (M Jarrett, A McCarthy)

B GRADE Border Districts 43 (S Thomas, T Tranter) d Padthaway 40 (E Cannatelli, D Woodman) Keith 41 (G Clark, T Rehn) d Naracoorte 40 (M Riley, S Romer) Lucindale 47 (T Maxwell, C Weaver) d Bordertown 45 (S Higgins, A McDonald)

C GRADE Padthaway 51 (A Elyward, J Kerr) d Border Districts 28 (J Koch, Z Hoctor) Keith 43 (H Harper, K Spowart) d Naracoorte 38 (E Hill, B Romer) Penola 49 d Kingston 18 (E Wright, T Murdock) Bordertown 29 (H House, R Botha) d Lucindale 26

17 & UNDER Naracoorte 86 (B Harris, S Stuchbery) d Keith 33 (K Johnson, N Gericke) Penola 39 d Kingston 19 (E Wright, T Murdock) Lucindale 51 (E Jones, J Bittner) d Bordertown 18 (S Shillabeer, A Hinge)

16 & UNDER Naracoorte 70 (L Henschke, G Romer) d Keith 21 (C Sigston, M Richman) Penola 59 d Kingston 23 (Z Lewis, S Woodward) Bordertown 52 (M Inglis, T O’Sullivan) d Lucindale 22 (A Ludwig, E Corbin)

15 & UNDER Keith 42 (E Rowsell, T Salt) d Naracoorte 23 (H Broadbent, E Clark) Penola 35 (E Berkin, E Hutchesson) d Kingston 23 (T Smith-Rogers, C Trott) Bordertown 41 (Z Steinberg, J Schneider) d Lucindale 31 (J Wachtel, C Rayner)

13 & UNDER A Border Districts 33 (A Mahney, E Deland) d Padthaway 13 (A Frick, R Grundy) Naracoorte 55 (M Walker, C duRand) d Keith 47 (I Ross, A Llewellyn) Penola 26 d Kingston 20 (A Drabsch, K Pilmore)

13 & UNDER B Border Districts 25 (O Pretlove, A Deland) d Padthaway 5 Keith 33 (A Bunnett) d Naracoorte 20 Penola 14 d Kingston 6 (D Miller, J Mules) Lucindale 21 (S Edmonds, L Handbury) d Bordertown 6 (Z Faulds, M Blackwell)

HAMPDEN NETBALL A GRADE Koroit 45 d Hamilton Kangaroos 33 (J. McCallum, K. Lewis, C. Tuffnell) North Warrnambool 66 d Portland 34 (B. Bensch, T. Telfer, N. Daniel)

HAMPDEN FOOTBALL A GRADE

North Warrnambool 1.3 4.8 9.10 11.12 (78) Portland 4.2 7.5 8.8 9.14 (68) Goals - North Warrnambool: D. Parish, S. McKinnon 3; J. Lewis 2; A. Wines, J. Dillon, T. Keast. Portland: F. Jones 3; J. Moody 2; C. Giddings, P. Haylock, T. Sharp, D. Barr. Best - North Warrnambool: S. Doukas, S. James, M. Wines, A. Wines, L. Holland, S. McKinnon. Portland: D. Barr, T. Sharp, F. Jones, B. Uebergang, A. Shepherd, D. Falcone. Koroit 4.2 9.2 11.5 16.5 (101) Hamilton Kangaroos 0.0 2.4 2.5 3.6 (24) Goals - Koroit: J. Korewha 8; J. Chatfield 3; W. Couch 2; L. Hoy, B. Harrington, D. Roache. Hamilton Kangaroos: H. Douglas 2; S. Barnes. Best - Koroit: D. Mooney, J. Korewha, L. Hoy, B. Harrington, T. McPherson, T. Mulraney. Hamilton Kangaroos: J. Slabbert, S. Barnes, R. Gill, B. Hicks, S. Fiegert, H. Waldron.

SOUTH WEST DISTRICT NETBALL A GRADE Branxholme-Wallacedale 72 (L. Wheeler, A. Pepper, T. Meade) d Heywood 28 (M. Rose, N. Saunders, B. Godfrey-Smith); Westerns 76 (K. Zeunert, B. Polaski, T. Rowe) d Coleraine 24 (C. Plunkett, M. Kaine, H. Langley); Cavendish 76 (M. Perry, C. Crawford, S. Langley) d Dartmoor 41 (A. Beer, K. Pratt, R. Vankalken); Tyrendarra 37 (A. Curran, R. Grant, R. Kane) drew with Heathmere 37 (K. Pickert, J. Lovett-Murray, H. Ball)

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