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ISSUE 740 | JULY 19 - 25 2018 Phone 08 8724 7111 www.lifestyle1.net

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COVER • A FRENCH TWIST TO NEW BAKER’S DELIGHT RANGE

CASTERTON SHOW - 150 YEARS (EXHIBITION) CASTERTON TOWN HALL From July 14

VICTORIAN OFF ROAD CHAMPIONSHIPS DARTMOOR July 21 & 22

MOTO CLASSICA CITY HALL • MOUNT GAMBIER July 21 & 22 (Pictured above)

Starting this Thursday, Bakers Delight are excited to unveil their brand new Brioche product range! Brioche refers to a dough of French origin that is made in a very similar way to bread. However, the addition of ingredients such as butter create the signature Brioche texture. The exciting new range features delicious Brioche Delights which will satisfy any sweet tooth. They come in four unique flavours which include Choc Jam, Biscuit Crunch, Lamington and Coconut & Lemon Curd. However, there is also something for those more savoury inclined who are looking to add a touch of gourmet to their hamburgers or sliders. Bakers

Delight will now be baking Brioche Sliders and Brioche Hamburger Buns fresh in store to make gourmet entertaining easy! The campaign will run for seven weeks, from the 19th of July to the 5th of September. What’s more is that Bakers Delight will be running a competition throughout the seven week campaign period, whereby customers have a chance to win a trip to PARIS for two people! All you have to do is purchase a Brioche Delight in-store, collect a unique code card, and enter the code online and go into the draw to win (Please note: competition is valid for seven weeks or until bakeries run out of unique code voucher cards).

Bakers Delight Mt Gambier franchisees, Andrew and Mark, are looking forward to providing their customers and their local community with a brand new product range. They have been test baking for weeks and have loved the results. They’re ready to bake the perfect Brioche come launch day on the 19th of July. Andrew, down at Commercial St, and Mark, up at James St, support several primary and secondary schools with fundraisers and donations. They’re excited to see how they can incorporate the new Brioche range into their community activities. Whether you’re looking for an indulgent treat or looking for easy

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gourmet entertaining solution, come on down to Bakers Delight, where we’re open every day, baking a fresh assortment of delightful products for our community. BAKERS DELIGHT MOUNT GAMBIER 30 James St, Shop 13, Mount Gambier (08) 8723 0886 3/147 Commercial St East Mount (08) 8723 9935 Above (left) - Andrew Toogood, Amber Smith & Mark Jensen

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SECOND HELPMANN AWARD NOMINATION FOR EUAN Euan Doidge’s musical theatre career started with a bang. He snared the role of Paul in A Chorus Line in what was basically his first professional gig

after graduating from Patrick Studios and the former Millicent based dancer received his first Helpmann Award nomination as Best Male Actor in a

Supporting Role. Fast forward six years and with roles in Legally Blonde, Les Miserables and Grease, Kinky Boots, Euan is again up for a Helpmann Award, this time as Best Male Actor for his work as Felicia in the 10th anniversary production of Priscilla Queen of the Desert. “It was an absolute shock,” Euan said. “You kind of forget that there are the Helpmann Awards. You just go out there every night and do your own show.” At least this time round, he is aware of the Helpmann Awards and their standing in the industry. “When I was nominated for A Chorus Line that was my first show and I didn’t even know what the Helpmanns were,” Euan said. “Once people started to congratulate me I realised they were a bigger deal than I thought. I am so blessed to have been nominated again. It is very overwhelming.” Euan first played Felicia in a cruise ship show, which was an abridged version of the popular musical. It was then 18 months before the opportunity to reprise the role in the anniversary production presented itself and Euan could not be more grateful to have been able to reacquaint himself with the role, made famous by Guy Pearce in the movie. “I do adore this show,” Euan said. “I absolutely loved my time of doing Felicia on the ship. It has been great to be able to come back and do the role in Australia. I have grown to love the show even more. It is very special to me, the

way it represents the journey people go through. It has a beautiful message.” Euan is nominated alongside cast mate David Harris, for his role as Tick – the Hugo Weaving role – in Priscilla, as well as David Campbell for his work in both the Tony Award winning, Steven Sondheim musical Assassins, and the Bobby Darin musical Dream Lover, and Ian Stenlake, for his role as Sam Carmichael in Mamma Mia – the role played by Pierce Brosnan in the movie. All three fellow nominees are icons in the musical theatre business. “It is pretty cool to be nominated alongside performers like that,” Euan said. “They are all awesome, awesome blokes.” Of course, the irony of being a working performer, is, you can never

see the work of other artists and so, not surprisingly, Euan has not seen any of the competing shows. Euan’s run in Priscilla continues through until November and the Helpmann Awards were announced on Sunday and Monday – check out our facebook page to find out if Euan took home the top gong. Above - Euan Doidge as Felicia in Priscilla Queen of the Desert - the role for which he received a Helpmann Award nomination.

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CATCH OF THE DAY The Glenelg Shire has updated its fishing record books for the second time in 60 years following a monster catch in Nelson’s Glenelg River earlier this month. Nelson local Neil Humphries reeled in a mighty 31kilogram mulloway measuring 155cm during his recent fishing adventures, producing the second biggest catch ever recorded on the Glenelg River. Mr Humphries has taken over second place in the catch records from fellow local Glenn Fry and his considerably lighter 18kg haul. The record for a Mulloway catch on the river remains at 34kg. “I’ve been fishing since I was a kid, but this catch is definitely one of my most memorable,” said the keen angler.


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FEDERAL WINDFALL FOR AIRPORT UPGRADE Runway upgrades, a terminal redevelopment and new lighting are just some of the major improvements set down for the Mount Gambier

Airport with the announcement of $3.5million in Federal Government money to be allocated to the vital community project. Made available

through the Building Better Regions Fund, the project will also see a $1,1million contribution from the District Council of Grant and $500,000 from the City of Mount Gambier. Thanks to the hard work of Member for Mount Gambier Troy Bell, the South Australian Government will be tipping in the lion’s share of the redevelopment with a $4million outlay. Federal Minister for Regional Development, Territories and Local Government Hon Dr John McVeigh made the major announcement at the Mount Gambier Airport earlier this month. It follows extensive lobbying from Member for Barker Tony Pasin and Grant Mayor Richard Sage while a recent meeting with stakeholders and community leaders highlighted the economic and social benefits the airport upgrade will provide business,

industry and the wider Limestone Coast community. “This project will unlock the regions potential, catering for larger aircraft and provide critical air transport infrastructure as a platform for regional growth,” Mayor Sage said. “The District Council of Grant will be responsible for overseeing the delivery of the project, and congratulations must go to the dedicated team at council who under the guidance of the CEO and Council have secured this vital funding.” The City of Mount Gambier also welcomed the news of the Federal windfall to ensure the project could go ahead. “This is fantastic news for our community, the airport upgrade is expected to include civil reconstruction to the runway, taxiway, apron and lighting and result in a refurbished terminal,” Mount Gambier Mayor Andrew Lee said.

“This project is of critical importance to regional passengers and freight and provides proper recognition that Mount Gambier is the second largest city in South Australia. We look forward to working with District Council of Grant to progress the project for the benefit of the entire region.” Mr Sage said where possible council would use local contractors also work closely with the Civil Aviation Safety Authority to maintain the availability of the infrastructure for existing services as much as possible during the upgrade process. AIRPORT UPGRADE FEATURES • Lengthened main runway by 120 metres • Grooving of runway to increase safety and cater for jet aircraft • Heavy aircraft apron that will cater for parking larger and heavier aircraft, increase fire bomber capabilities and increase freight capability • Airfield ground lighting • Extended and upgraded terminal building, including a covered passenger drop off zone • 20kw Solar System • Recalibrated GPS approach Above - Mount Gambier Mayor Andrew Lee (left), Member for Mount Gambier Troy Bell, Federal Minister for Regional Development, Territories and Local Government Hon Dr John McVeigh, Grant Mayor Richard Sage and Member for Barker Tony Pasin.

A CASE OF MISTAKEN IDENTITY Native critters are caught up in a case of mistaken identity, with recent reports of feral rats in local gardens later identified as the rare and protected native eastern swamp rat (Rattus lutreolus). Natural Resources South East Senior Ranger Cath Bell said the eastern swamp rat could easily be mistaken for a less popular feral species such as the black or brown rat. “If you’re lucky enough to catch a glimpse of this shy native animal, you can tell it apart from a feral by looking at its ears and tail,” Cath said. “Swamp rats have a shorter tail and shorter ears. The tail is roughly the same length as its head and body, where a feral rat’s tail is much longer. They’re also much cuter than feral rats.” The eastern swamp rat is listed as rare and are protected under the National Parks and Wildlife Act. For more information or advice, contact Natural Resources South East on (08)8735 1177 or visit the Department for Environment website: www.environment.sa.gov.au/ topics/plants-and-animals/Living_with_ wildlife lifestyle1.net | 06



COLLECTED STUPIDITY - ENVIRONMENTAL... By ROBBIE TANSEL I think the environment is a bit overrated. I know that’s not going to be a very popular thing to say, but I think it’s really time that we started critiquing this whole propaganda that the environment is really important and we have to protect it and care about it. Whoever is doing the PR for the environment is very good at their job as you people have bought their message, hook, line and sinker. But not this little black duck. Here’s what I know about the environment: it’s dangerous. Let me give you some examples. Lions can eat you. Crocodiles can eat you. Sharks can eat you. Bears can eat you. Bees can sting and kill you. Snakes are poisonous. Spiders are poisonous. Do any of those things care about us? No. They don’t. They have no policies on ethical culling of our numbers. They kill any and every one of us that they get a chance to, with absolutely no consideration as to what that may do to our numbers. Do they care that the number of redheads is not sustainable going into the future? I don’t care about the animals that don’t hurt us either. What do they have to offer? Pandas and kittens are so cute. I was always taught not to judge things on their appearance. Pandas are actually lazy and selfish. They don’t care about anyone. They deserve to die.

Kittens treat humans like they totally own them. They’re worse than newborn babies. Apart from that nature can just be annoying. Have you noticed that a lot of nature and the environment just poops wherever it wants? Nature is not civil and very rarely poops in toilets like us. Fish poo in whatever water they feel like. They don’t care if it’s water at the beach we’re swimming in, or even freshwater that we want to drink. This is why I have no problem drinking bottled water and throwing the bottle into the ocean. It serves them right. When they

learn some manners, maybe I’ll quit. Other things in nature that can kill you are lightning, forest fires, volcanos, tsunamis, earthquakes, falling trees, weird mushrooms, rivers, and deserts. Quite clearly nature sucks. I’m sick of the argument that plastic is bad for all the creatures in the ocean. I don’t care that dolphins eat plastic thinking it’s fish, or that fish or turtles get trapped in plastic. Those animals are food for sharks, and remember, sharks are dangerous. If we kill all the other ocean life, the sharks have no food, and in no time they’ll be dead too. I say we

encourage people to throw their plastic straws straight into the ocean. I’d probably be okay with caring about the environment a bit more if it wasn’t so inconvenient for me. For example Donna has made dental care one of the key battlegrounds in our house for caring about the environment. We now have bamboo toothbrushes and some chemical free, plant-based toothpaste. If I wanted a wooden toothbrush I’d build a time travelling machine and travel back a few hundred years. We stopped making them out of wood when we worked out how much better the plastic ones were. Remind me again why we’re turning our back on making things good. As for environmentally friendly chemical free toothpaste, again, do a bit of reading about dental hygiene centuries ago, or do a bit of a search on the internet for people who don’t have access to toothpaste today. The chemicals were added to make our teeth even cleaner. It’s completely safe. I’ve had a look at the animals they tested it on, and most of them have nice clean teeth. They lost hair in some rare occasions and developed a nasty rash, but you should see their smiles. Until someone can tell me a benefit of the environment, I have no interest in caring for it at all. It is of no benefit, and completely unnecessary. If you’d like to join me in gladwrapping food items, even if there’s really no need, email me at robbietansel@gmail.com

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6 Degaris Street, Mount Gambier, SA 5290 This two story home has had one owner its whole life and its time for a change, The current vendors have really cared for the home since new, everything is immaculate. This property sits on over 1000 sqm block with potential access to the large landscaped rear yard. Upstairs this home has 3 bedrooms all with BI robes, bathroom and separate toilet, all at one end and the other is a potential open plan living area with the kitchen overlooking the rear yard. the Dining and lounge have large north facing windows with an outlook over the home below, these windows make the living areas light and bright. Downstairs this home has a 2nd games room plus a great size workshop for the handy man or even storage for the hoarder in you. as well as this we have a 4th bedroom with its own en suite set up, a great area for the teenagers or for when visitors come to stay. Out side we offer a huge carpeted entertaining area with fire and plenty of room for

large family gatherings, This property is so well maintained by the current owner that i feel it would be a shame to renovate, but this lovely property in this location could handle having some cash thrown at it to modernize the interior as we all like to do with these older homes. This package offers a lot of options to build on/ renovate or subdivide STCC or just enjoy the home as it is today as the current vendors do.

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20 Cobblestone Court

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11 Fairlie Street

12 Catherina Place

11 Vivienne Avenue

26 Navajo Drive

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A solid and spacious home - ideal for the growing family. Add your touch and reap the rewards with this fantastic home in a OPEN popular location. Large allotment with room for SAT extra shedding. Only 9.30 - 10.00 minutes to the city centre.

3/15 John Street

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2 Bray Street

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$340,000

Fantastic spacious family home located in the Hospital precinct, great shedding, good size allotment, close to the OPEN Marketplace, this one SAT will tick all the boxes! 10.15 - 10.45

Unpack the family! A fantastic home for the big family, currently leased to a great Tenant – ideal investment or house OPEN to call ‘home’. An SAT inspection will impress. 10.15 - 10.45

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4 Peake Street

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35 Elizabeth Street Port MacDonnell

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Nestled in a complex of only three, beautifully presented and located in a fantastic central location – three bedroom units are hard to find, inspect ASAP!

5 Hilltop Avenue

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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!

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.

17 Yahl Main Road Yahl

1 Shaughnessy Court

NEW PRICE $695,000 as a whole

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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.

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4 Rose Street

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A brand new architectural designed home by Dycer Constructions. Show piecing the latest in design, quality & features. Boasting cathedral ceilings, natural light & sweeping country views. An easy care, executive lifestyle awaits. Perfect for the entertainer. Call to book your inspection today.

2/3 Sutton Avenue 160 Wireless Road West 7 Billing Road, Worrolong 3/4 Hartley Street 13 Holder Street 2/20 Mitchell St 46 Commercial Street West 6 Kalimna Cres 27 Landscape Lane, OB Flat 7 Venice Court 6 Davis Crescent 11 Redwood Avenue 78A Sea Parade, Port Mac 45 Sassanowsky Road, Suttontown

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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.

27 Heath Street

$85,000

A rare find vacant block in established area. Cul-de-sac location & generous size of over 820m2 with 22m wide frontage. Double galvanised garage included. Call your builder!

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As new luxury home – stunning features throughout. A great entertainer set on approximately 1,014m2. Wide access to four bay garage – offers everything!

15 Buffalo Crescent

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The perfect block, awaiting your perfect home. Complete with 4 Bay garage, power and bio-cycle septic system. Rainwater and mains, established grounds. Ready to build your dream home.

7 Underwood Avenue

$210,000

Value packed brick home that offers open plan living, and fantastic views close to schools and all amenities. Inspect ASAP.

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$245,000

A beautifully maintained, solid constructed home. Oozing that homely feel and big on shedding, enclosed undercover pergola area and ample off street parking. Ideal for the Retiree, the perfect lock up and leave property!

15 Renfrey Place

$180,000

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Become the landlord when you invest in this great property located close to schools and shops. Invest and reap the rewards.

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$264,500

You will love the location and the views over the city. Big living area & fantastic shedding. Updated kitchen with stone bench tops. This one ticks all the boxes!

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3/4 Hartley Street

6 Kalimna Crescent

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$220 pw

• Fully renovated unit • Two bedrooms • Open plan kitchen/lounge with reverse cycle air conditioning • Bathroom with laundry nook & front loader washing machine supplied • Private yard with lawn maintenance included • Single carport with remote access • No pets

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2/20 Mitchell St

Avail Now 3

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$250 pw

• Close to Tenison & Reidy Park School • Separate lounge with R/C Air Con & gas wall furnace • Kitchen/Dine area with gas cooktop/elect oven • Carport UMR • Detached shed for storage or work shed • Patio Area • Freshly painted throughout with new curtains & carpets • No Pets

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• 3 bedrooms, all with BIR’S • Open plan kitchen/ living/dine • Kitchen with gas appliances • Bathroom with sep bath • Ducted gas heating & R/C air con •Outdoor entertaining area • No pets


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A fantastic inner city location – ideal site for your family home or unit development (s.t.c.c). Only minutes to quality schools, parklands, restaurants & café’s. Leave the car at home! Call now to secure your prime location.

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This superb family home is situated on a fantastic elevated allotment in the popular Conroe Heights. Spacious living areas, huge outdoor entertaining and double drive to extra shedding.

18 Eldridge Drive Worrolong

28 Derwent Court

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9 Longmire Terrace

$259,000

Perfectly positioned, three bedrooms, main with ensuite and walk in robe, large open plan kitchen/living/dining, 5kw solar system.

9 Kooringa Street

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2 Aquarius Court

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$359,000

Classy family home in popular Conroe Heights, spacious and stunning and an entertainers delight – an inspection will not disappoint!

15 Gardiner Terrace

$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!

8 Monash Crescent

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$365,000

Lot 102 Hillview Lane – McKay Road Compton

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$395,000

a approx 5,000m2 each $159,500 each

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Exciting new acreage subdivision located south of the city, both allotments measuring 5,000m2 approx. Electricity and water connected, rural style post and wire fencing.

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

4 Bengalee Crescent

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.

21-23 Compton Street, Port MacDonnell

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2/2A Doughty Street

$360,000

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Superb family home in the fantastic Aramanta subdivision approx 4 ½ years old – If you are considering building you must inspect this property first. It has it all.

Blue Lake Printworks

2+

2

$237,500

1

Fantastic double storey townhouse, great central position, Cafes, Restaurants and retail therapy At your front door!

28 Jubilee Highway West

NEW PRICE 3

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$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.

27 Tumut Drive

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$279,000

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.

77 Wireless Road West

$169,000

An ideal investment – add this home to your portfolio. Parkland outlook, long term tenant, outdoor entertaining & detached shedding. Close to schools & shops. Leased @ $215 p/week.

RENTALS 6 Davis Crescent

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a 5,400m2 (approx)

$169,000

Fantastic country setting, quality location and only minutes to Tenison Woods College and city centre. Build your dream home and live that country dream. Power, water and telephone to allotment.

22 Lansell Street

$174,500

A perfect home for an investor or first home buyer. A well maintained property in a good location, close to schools, shops, sports grounds and hospital.

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$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.

7A Lansell Street

$689,000

Attaining heights of luxury and sophisticated style, this1930’s Spanish Mission style home has been extensively renovated and will be the absolute dream for the discerning buyer who loves to entertain in 5 star luxury whether it is outdoors around the pool or indoors around the French provincial kitchen. In conjunction with Ray White Keatley.

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4

$315,000

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

14 Kooringa Street

$469,000

Set on a prime Mount Gambier Street is this must see double storey family home, whilst the locale is quiet, you are only a casual stroll to the central hub of the city or the iconic Blue Lake. In conj with Vicki Quinn R/E.

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2

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$177,500

Ideal for the first home buyer or investor, close to all amenities. A very well - maintained property, both inside and out. Currently leased at $230.00 per week. Will not buy better in this price range.

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 78A Sea Parade, Port MacDonnell

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2/193 Commercial Street West

23-25 Commercial Street West

• Harrold St • 1/2 James Street • 2/2 James Street • 20 Sturt Street

Avail Now 4 2 2 $360 pw • 4 bedrooms main with walk-in robe & ensuite • Formal lounge • Kitchen/dine/family room • Slow combustion heating • Double garage • Excellent views of city • Pets neg

Avail Now 3 2 2 $450 pw • Three bedrooms, Two Bathrooms • Superbly appointed with 2 Street frontage • Open Kitchen, meals & living • Upstairs Living & Balcony • Polished Hardwood floor • Reverse Cycle Split Air Con • Rear Entertaining • Double Garage with high clearance doors • Low Maintenance, easy care • No Pets

• 2 & 3/193 Commercial Street West

Avail Now

Avail Now

• 23-25 Commercial Street West

Commercial

Commercial

• 3A Mitchell Street

•Approx 85m2 • Separated into two areas • Wet area • POA

• Area approx. 300 square metres, upstairs area approx 74 square metres • Ideal for retail • Consisting of downstairs 3 consulting rooms, store room, separate office area with work stations, filing room, open floor area with 2 counter areas. Upstairs has an office, large store area, lunch room

• 53 Commercial Street East • 3B Mitchell Street

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2002 GLENELG RIVER RD, WYE

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$590,000 1

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470 ATTAMURRA RD, WORROLONG

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DAMIAN VENN 0438 904 771 15 REDWOOD AVE, MT GAMBIER

$165,000 4

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$229,000 3

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DAMIAN VENN 0438 904 771

99 PICK AVE, MT GAMBIER

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10.00 - 10.30AM

4 PECAN PLACE, MT GAMBIER

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SUNDAY 10.40-11.10AM

DAMIAN VENN 0438 904 771 158 TELFORD RD, MOORAK

$140,000

DAMIAN VENN 0438 904 771

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3 GRIFFITHS ST, MT GAMBIER

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DAMIAN VENN 0438 904 771

$695,000 3 UNITS

3 RYAN AVE, MT GAMBIER

DAMIAN VENN 0438 904 771

DAMIAN VENN 0438 904 771 21-23 AVON ST, MT GAMBIER

$340,000

DAMIAN VENN 0438 904 771

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BRETT EXELBY 0458 548 756

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60 WEHL ST, MT GAMBIER

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$170,000

DAMIAN VENN 0438 904 771

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BRETT EXELBY 0458 548 756 17 HART ST, MT GAMBIER

DAMIAN VENN 0438 904 771

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$595,000

DAMIAN VENN 0438 904 771

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10 GWENDOLINE ST, MT GAMBIER

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$279,000

DAMIAN VENN 0438 904 771

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$590,000

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$170,000

$225,000

DAMIAN VENN 0438 904 771

$179,000

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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 5459/620

Coastal Vacant residential land

BRETT EXELBY FOR ELDERS

1,013.4m2

9 Bay Road, Mount Gambier mtgambier@elders.com.au |

0458 548 756

GARTH MANSER FOR GREEN TRIANGLE RLA 62833

08 8723 6866

50 James Street, Mount Gambier admin@gtlivestock.com.au | Fax: 08 8723 3809

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0417 071 180

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0417 414 127

0417 071 180

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0407 213 023

RLA 280309

160 – 168 Wireless Road West, Suttontown

10-12 Hill Street, Donovans

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$245,000

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60 Milstead Street, Port MacDonnell

$95,000

16 Coral Cove, Port MacDonnell

WATER FOR LEASE GLENBURNIE, DONOVANS &

MOORAK MANAGEMENT AREAS Contact our office on 8723 6866

WATER FOR SALE IN THE CONMURRA, ZONE

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$195,000

Limestone Real Estate

9 Ralston Road

Warehouse & Offices Allotment 3705m2 Warehouse 1520m2 Offices 114m2. Modern Offices with A/C, Data points, Phone lines, M&F Change rooms & toilets. High clearance Insulated roof, Fitted out with Fire Safety Equipment, Fully Alarmed

Graeme Cleves 0419 806 410

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BARRY RITTER

0408 853 180

OPEN Y DA SATUR .30 11-11

NEW PRICE - $289,000 16 DEGARIS ST, MT GAMBIER • • • •

4 BED I 2 BATH I 2 CAR

Open plan living Large Rumpus room Great workshop and store room Out door patio with open fire place and Built in BBQ

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Double carport 1064m allotment Elevated Location 4 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms

OPEN Y DA A S TUR :30 0 -1 0 1

EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST LOT 700 LUMIDIN BOULEVARD, MT GAMBIER • • • • • • • •

3.066 ha of Residential land • All on one title Expressions of interest close Friday 20th • Great opportunity to buy and subdivide, July at 5pm Hold in a super Fund / Family Trustor Build a Large Parcel of elevated Residential Land home with the intention to subdivide in the Two street Access and access to a reserve Future Close to MacDonald Park and St Martins • Call Barry to view Subdivision Plan School Plans and concept plans Available Proposed Plans for a Potential 31 allotments STCC included

NEW PRICE - $185,000 2 CREEK ST MT GAMBIER • • • • •

3 BED I 1 BATH I 2 CAR

Gas heated Lounge open plan kitchen meals area Double Garage Secure rear yard Private and secure Front yard

• 2 street access • Great starter or investment property

WE HAVE BUYERS THAT MISSED OUT

SOLD

SOLD

MORE LISTINGS NEEDED!

SOLD!

SOLD!

3/51 BERTHA STREET, MOUNT GAMBIER 3 BED I 1 BATH I 1 CAR

1001 EIGHTMILE CREEK RD, EIGHTMILE CREEK 3 BED I 1 BATH I 2 CAR

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Two living areas 3 Bedrooms all with robes 2 way Bathroom With Spa Open plan Living

Two acres coastal living Open plan living Updated Kitchen with WI Pantry Slow Combustion Heating

SOLD BARRY RITTER 0408 853 180 barryritter@atrealty.com.au

SOLD! 5 HIGHLAND DRIVE, MOUNT GAMBIER • • • • •

4 bedrooms all with robes 2 bathrooms plus 3rd toilet Carpeted formal lounge/Dining Timber kitchen with walkin pantry Open plan Kitchen meals Family area

RLA: 269823 I www.atrealty.com.au

4 BED I 2.5 BATH I 2 CAR

• Double Garage UMR with internal access • 3rd Living area downs stairs with own Toilet • Large elevated Covered Deck with lovely out look



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SALES Vicki Quinn 0417 804 782 | Phoebe Douglas 0422 943 534 RECEPTION Denise Mitselburg 08 8725 4225 PROPERTY MANAGEMENT Jo Gibbs 0437 902 438 Lisa Yeates Emma Beare

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3 Ellard Street

$230,000

OPEN SATURDAY 9.30 - 10.00AM

$325,000

23 Jardine Street

OPEN SATURDAY 10.15 - 10.45AM

$279,000

16 Sunnyside Drive

$369,000

$239,000

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.

21 Turnbull Drive

$529,000

SOLD

A TREASURE TROVE OF POTENTIAL IN A DREAM LOCATION Inviting an exciting future with endless opportunities, this original 3-bedroom, 1.5 bathroom & 2 spacious living area home, ticks all the right boxes for a comfortable family home with scope for future renovations. Why we love this home: Walk-in robe in the main bedroom with direct access to the spacious bathroom. BIRs in bedrooms 2 & 3. Second toilet. Solar Panels. 2 rainwater tanks. Amazing views. Large allotment. Located in the prestigious Jardine Street, minutes’ walk to the Oatmil Cinema, restaurants & cafes – this home won’t disappoint! Contact Vicki on 0417 804 782 to book in your inspection today!

332 Cafpirco Road

6 Dolomite Drive

OPEN SATURDAY 10.45 - 11.15AM

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.

OPEN SATURDAY 11.00 - 11.30AM

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.

$485,000

OPEN SATURDAY 10.00 - 10.30AM

DESIRABLE CENTRAL LOCATION This centrally located home will ideally suit first home buyers, investors or anyone looking for exciting, low maintenance living. Previous rented out at $235 per week. What we love about this property: 2 spacious bedrooms both with BIR & optional 3rd bedroom or family room upstairs, opening out to the balcony. Light filled open plan kitchen, living, dining area. Kitchen with stainless steel appliances.

14 Colonel Light Place

19 Mayflower Court

RLA 204710

$440,000

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”.

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.

18 Greenridge Drive

$429,000

MOTIVATED VENDOR

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. 4/10 William Street

$175,000

15 Cobblestone Court

$400,000

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.

4 Anderson Street

$240,000 - $250,000

MOTIVATED VENDOR

PRICED TO PLEASE – GREAT LOCATION A well located solid brick homette with undercover parking and rear access leads through to the big backyard. This is the perfect first home, or to add to your investment portfolio. This solid unit offers: 3 bedrooms, 2 with BIR, kitchen & dining area with separate large living area, bathroom with separate toilet. All on a good size allotment, close to schools, main street, cafes & restaurants. Currently rented out at $210 p/wk – contact Phoebe today on 0422 943 534 to book your private inspection.

INVESTMENT OF THE WEEK

2B/2 Clezy Crescent

$249,000

WIDE WELCOMING & READY TO ENTERTAIN Located in prestigious Cobblestone Court. This 4 bedroom plus dedicated office executive home offers built in robes in all bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms finished with neutral décor. Offering large open plan living, spacious enough for the biggest of family gatherings. Ideal formal lounge or home theatre. Entertainers kitchen with gas cooking. Garage under main roof with remote roller door for up to 4 vehicles.

RENTALS 4/24 Jubilee Highway West 2

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Avail Now $170pw

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37 Eglington Tce 2

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1/3 Arbor Street

Per week

2

NOT JUST ANOTHER HOMETTE Modern, low maintenance and immaculate. Neutral decor throughout. In a group of only 3. 3 bedrooms, with built in robes in 2. Direct access from the main bedroom to the 3 way bathroom. Spacious kitchen/ dining with stainless steel gas cook top, elect oven and d/washer. Good size lounge room. Fantastic outdoor entertaining with a pergola a small lawn area. Internal access from the single garage under the main roof of the home with a remote roller door. Fantastic tenant currently leasing till September 2015 at $255 per week. Ideal for the investor or owner occupier. An inspection will really impress.

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Avail Now $230pw

1 Avail Now $250pw

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9 Duigan Street 4

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Avail 16.08.18 $350pw

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47 Brolga Street trreet 4

13 Ewens Court

Avail Now $230pw

13 Ewens Court 3

RENTAL OF THE WEEK

2

Leased at

$260

ADD ANOTHER HOUSE AND REAP THE BENEFITS Stone Bungalow, set on approx. 1013 m2. Comprising of 2 to 3 spacious bedrooms, renovated kitchen with gas cook top and electric oven. Open plan kitchen, dine and large lounge with new gas heating. Renovated bathroom with separate toilet. Enclosed front and rear porches. Some character features remaining. Security system available. Fantastic location, close to schools, kindy and the main street. Ideal for subdivision STCC.

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Avail Avail Now Av Now $360pw

Available NOW @ $250 p/wk 3

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PETER DEMPSEY

MOUNT GAMBIER REGION SPECIALIST

0418 854 393

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

1/6 HARTLEY STREET MOUNT GAMBIER 2 BED | 1 BATH | 1 CAR

RARE FIND $249,000 Check out this rare property of over 4,000 sq/m in mount gambier city. Ideal for the young family looking for space and enjoy park like surrounds with the luxury of city living. 4 bedrooms 2 living areas, galley kitchen and meals area. OPEN FOR INSPECTION: SATURDAY 12:00 TO 12:30PM

OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS $169,000 Perfect unit living in quite Cul De Sac, open plan living upgraded kitchen and wet areas, 2 bedrooms, split system air-conditioning. Private yard with undercover parking. Good condition inside and out. OPEN FOR INSPECTION: SATURDAY 12:45 TO 1:15PM

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7 ST ANDREWS DRIVE MOUNT GAMBIER 4 BED I 2 BATH I 2 CAR

MAKE AN 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. Only an inspection will reveal the extras this home has to offer. Stunning Home and priced to sell. OPEN FOR INSPECTION: SATURDAY 1:30 TO 2:10PM

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.

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. OPEN FOR INSPECTION: SATURDAY 2:20 TO 2:50PM 8/158 COMMERCIAL STREET WEST MT GAMBIER 2 BED I 1 BATH I 1 CAR

INNERCITY LIVING

$199,950

Looking for easy living right in the city centre. Located in a very popular complex well maintained and safe and secure. 2 good size bedrooms with open kitchen meals area, flowing through to large lounge room. Well appointed bathroom and kitchen areas. Gas heating and garage under the main roof. Ideal investment property. OPEN FOR INSPECTION: SATURDAY 11:15 TO 11:45AM 28 SUTTONROWN ROAD MOUNT GAMBIER 3 BED | 1 BATH | 2 CAR

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.

OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS $199,950 Perfect for development (sca) flipper, renovater for the people who would like to get ahead. Solid stone home with good size living areas, slow combustion heating. Walk in pantry, electric kitchen, large backyard.

1 SAVANNAH COURT MT GAMBIER 4 BED I 2 BATH I 4 CAR

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

2/29 VICTORIA TCE MT GAMBIER 2 BED | 1 BATH | 1 CAR PERFECT SMALLER HOME $220,000 Great location, close to parks and city centre, fully renovated, new bathroom and kitchen. Modern look throughout, open meals kitchen family area. Split system air-conditioning. Private cort yard, easy maintenance, easy living, ideal for retiree or investor

$585,000

Be impressed with this one of a kind deaigned luxury home overlooking parks and gardens. Designed for family and entertaining in mind. Impressive on the outside and perfect on the inside. High ceilings, ducted reverse cycle airconditioning, and quality fixture fitting throughout. . 4 living areas including theater room & games room.

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, decking area.currently leased at $264 per week not including the garage.

29 WALLACE STREET MOUNT GAMBIER 4 BED | 2 BATH | 3 CAR

CHARACTER AND LOCATION

26 YAHL MAIN ROAD, YAHL 4 BED | 2 BATH | 8 CAR

$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, picture book windows and timber finishes. The home consists of 4 good size bedrooms, formal lounge, sunroom/familyroom, 2 upgraded bathrooms and a classy kitchen with modern applainces.

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

| www.atrealty.com.au



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AT A GLANCE

FASHION TAKES CENTE STAGE AT SHEEPVENTION Always highly anticipated, this year’s ACE Radio Fashion Parades will again be held throughout both days of Sheepvention on August 6 and 7. The parades will include garments from Australia’s best designers. Garments to be featured include designs from Country Road, Sports Craft and MJ Bale. The theme this year is Wool in Bloom and attendees can expect to see high end garments which showcase the beauty and versatility of wool. The preview parade will form part of the AWI Australasian Young Designer Wool Awards to be held on Sunday, August 5, in the evening. Sheepvention has formed a new partnership with Australian Wool Innovation. Marius Cumming, AWI’s Marketing Manager said Australian Wool Innovation, via its marketing arm Woolmark, was very proud to support Sheepvention and in particular the Australasian Young Designer Awards. “It fits well with the aims of the International Woolmark Prize, the strong educational focus we have through Wool4School, Learn About Wool, Wool Appreciation Courses and the tertiary education programs that are available globally to get more young designers understanding the versatility, using more and ultimately selling our great natural fibre,” he said. Award winners will share in $10,000 in cash prizes. AWI designer Clementine Hurley will co judge the awards. Clementine studied Advanced Fashion Design at The Design Studio at Ultimo TAFE. After working in design rooms for a number of Australian brands, she took this knowledge to build a career in PR and event management both in Sydney and New York City, combining fashion, beauty and music client relations. Currently employed by The Woolmark Company, Clementine engages with emerging designers via The Wool Lab consultations and manages national campaigns with leading Australian retail partners such as Westfield Australia and Country Road to support wool in the retail sector. Sheepvention’s event manager Peta Anderson said Sunday evening is would be incredibly special. Attendees will be treated to canapes by the Royal Mail’s Parker Street Project along with sparkling wine plus of course the awards and fashion parade. Tickets to Sunday evening are $25 and can be purchased at www. hamiltonshowgrounds.com.au, or at ACE Radio, Brown Street. Australian Wool Innovation and ACE Radio are he major sponsors and the supporting sponsors include Elders, Cogger Gurry, The Parker Street Project and ERA Nurseries.

BUDDING FILM MAKERS GET SOME TIPS FROM THE EXPERTS The next generation of budding broadcasters and filmmakers have learnt the tricks of the trade from a premier youth media organisation as part of a series of workshops held in the Glenelg Shire earlier this month. Melbourne based media outlet SYN Media visited Portland on July 5 and 6 to offer free workshops on radio presenting and filmmaking for interested youth, providing handson training, equipment and expert guidance. SYN acting education and training manager Josh Martin said the sessions were part of the organisation’s focus to reach regional communities. “SYN has identified in its research that regional youth face significant disadvantages to their city based counterparts in terms of accessing quality training for radio, photography and filmmaking. As a result, we’ve reached out to a number regional councils and organisations to offer training opportunities and help break down the barriers of disadvantage,”

he said. “Over the two days workshop participants have built upon their public speaking and presenting skills, learnt how to operate professional equipment and how to edit video in an accessible way, such as through mobile phone technology. At its core, the sessions aim to provide creative control - we believe young people should be creators, not just consumers of media. I hope that we have helped nurture a future radio presenter or filmmaker as a result of this week’s workshops.” Filmmaking workshop participant Eamon Drew said the training had been invaluable. “I’ve really enjoyed all aspects of the session and I’ve come away feeling more confident in my movie making abilities,” he said. “I’ve learnt how to take photos on DSLR cameras, a camera which I’ve never use before, and how to best shoot video, including the best video editing apps. It’s been a really great experience.” SYN provides broadcasting and training opportunities for young people across Australia. Media learning is SYN’s central business and the organisation works with 4000 school students and various community groups to offer training through innovative peer-to-peer programs. For further information on SYN please visit their website at syn.org.au. Above - Eamon Drew learns how to shoot with a DSLR camera with the help of SYN’s Josh Martin.

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VOLUNTEERS DRIVE COMPLETED ENVIRONMENTAL PROJECTS Over the past five years, the South East Natural Resources Management Board and Natural Resources South East have been delivering important environmental projects funded by the Australian Government’s National Landcare Program. These projects are now complete, and SE NRM Board Presiding Member Fiona Rasheed said each has had a significant impact on the community and the region’s natural resources. “The lasting effect of each of these projects is invaluable,” Ms Rasheed said. “Although these projects have ended, we have a range of resources available such as factsheets and case studies to assist in these areas.” The completed projects include Coordinate NRM Incentives - Bucks for Bush, Defeating the Weed Menace, Restoring Underrepresented Ecological Communities, Land Management Advice, Herbivore Threat Abatement, Recovering Habitats for Threatened Species, Limestone Coastwatchers, and the Regional Landcare Facilitator. “We’ve had productive collaborations with local landholders, industry organisations and volunteer groups and made great connections along the way.”

BEACHPORT BOAT RAMP IN THE SPOTLIGHT Following on from the forum hosted by the Beachport District Development Association n July 5, Watrtle Range Council is seeking feedback from the community on the Beachport Boat Ramp. Anyone with an interest is encouraged to complete the survey online - www.surveymonkey.com/r/ BoatRamp or in hard copy (available from the Beachport Visitor Information Centre & Millicent Council Office). Feedback received by August 3 will be presented to council for consideration. POWERLINES HEADING UNDERGROUND Last week South Australian Power Networks (SAPN) propose to commence undergrounding of overhead powerlines in Robertson Street, Naracoorte. Contractors will install conduits and service pits to accommodate the underground electrical cables. They will also lay new cables, install new light columns and reconnect properties to the underground system, and the poles will be removed from the street. Following this, Naracoorte Lucindale Council will reconstruct the footpaths and road and landscape the street.


SOCIAL KOONARA WINES - WINTER WARMER FIESTA

Nicole & Dru Reschke

Kelly Lynch & Brett Mashado

Laura Edmonds & Lacey Burston

Anita Schroder, Alicia Mancuso & Rachel Shigrow

Kirby Vassallo, Megan Hein & Emily Taylor

Georgie Schleter, Angie Schleter & Ella Schleter

Jase Scheidl & Paula Virtanen

Maddie Bond & Jane Bond

FISH THRIVING IN NEW HOME In April last year Natural Resources South East (NRSE) and City of Mount Gambier translocated 200 Southern Pygmy Perch (Nannoperca australis) from Pick Swamp at Piccaninnie Ponds Conservation Park to the large water catchment area at the Railway Lands. NRSE Wetlands Conservation Ecologist Steve Clarke said the project aimed to take a sterile pond and make it function as a native ecological system. Council staff constructed special cages that attach to the sides of the pond to hold native aquatic vegetation which the fish need for habitat and once the habitat was in place, the Southern Pygmy Perch were caught at Pick Swamp and released in the Railway Lands pond. “We are happy to report that more than a year later the fish are thriving and breeding in their new habitat, which is a great outcome,� City of Mount Gambier Environmental Sustainability Officer Aaron Izzard said.



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CHILDREN BRING MESSAGE OF HOPE The Watoto Children’s Choir, a group of 18 vulnerable children from Uganda, is currently undertaking a six-month tour in Australia featuring their concert, Signs & Wonders. They will perform at St Paul’s Church, in Mount Gambier on Thursday, July 26, at 7pm. The concert will feature songs that share the stories of the children. All performances are free and open to the public and suitable for all ages. Since 1994, Watoto Children’s Choirs have traveled the world sharing the plight of Africa’s orphaned children. Each child in the choir has suffered the loss of one or both of their parents but they have now been rescued. They live in a Watoto village or a neighbouring community where they are supported by Watoto’s Neighborhood project. Watoto is a holistic child-care solution initiated to serve the dire needs of the people of Africa. Ivan Masembe (13) is excited to be part of the Watoto Children’s Choir, touring Australia in 2018. Before he joined Watoto, his father had

abandoned their family, leaving his unemployed mother without support. Through the Watoto Neighbourhood project, his mother was also equipped with practical skills to help support herself and her family. Ivan was also offered the opportunity to be educated at a Watoto school. “Since joining Watoto they have taught me how to respect people, work with others, and help my mother. While I’m on the road with the choir, I am going to share the story of the miracles that Jesus has done in my life, and I hope it will help people to know that, in Christ, there is nothing to fear” said Ivan. Narrabeen Anglican Church Youth Minister Ben Molyneux is amongst many strong advocates who have hosted the past and is always amazed by their performances. “We are amazed at the way in which these children and their leaders bring honor and glory to God by the wonderful stories of transformation and hope they’ve experienced through the ministry of Watoto,” said Minister Molyneux.

LIONESSES CONTINUE 40TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATIONS The Lioness Club of Mount Gambier celebrated their 40th Changeover Dinner last month at the Southgate Motel. President Gayle Green presented Claire Welch, the Charter President, with a memento of the club’s first Charter night Gayle also presented several members with years of service certificates and flowers, which ranged from one to 39 years. The highlight of the evening, was the presentation of a James D Richardson Award to Lioness Jan Shelton. Jan has been an extremely hard working member since joining the club, and a most worthy recipient. Jan initiated the clubs involvement in “Days For Girls” program, which has proved most rewarding. Lions Liaison Peter Pignotti inducted Gayle, who is continuing as president for the coming year. The Lioness ladies have worked extremely hard of the past year, resulting in more than 1600 hours of service, including library book deliveries, Foodbank assistance, Sunset Kitchen meal preparation & serving, as well as many fundraising activities. A total of $7246.60 was donated to various worthy causes with the focus being on local groups. The Lionesses thank the Mount Gambier & District for their generous support of our fund-raising ventures. The evening finished with a Fashion Parade of costumes that have been worn in skit presentations over the past 40 years. Above (top) - Lions Liasion Peter Pignotti inducts continu9ing President Gayle Green into the role. Above (bottom) - Lioness Jan Shelton is presented with the James D Richardson Award by President Gayle Green.

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NOW OR NEVER FOR DESIGNER For a home based business housed in a garage, Ashlee Lauren Designs has certainly already made its mark and it saw founder and owner Ashlee Kalantarian attend an information evening unveiling a new Flinders University hosted business course with the view to being installed as a mentor for the inaugural students. “I went along to learn more about the program and by the end I felt I needed to be in the program,” Ashlee said. Creating headpieces and other accessories, Ashlee’s dilemma since establishing Ashlee Lauren Designs has been maintaining the integrity of her designs and handcrafted pieces, as well as meeting the growing demand for her products. “I was at the point where I didn’t know how to scale my business and I felt if I didn’t do it now it wouldn’t happen,” she said. “It really was a now or never situation.” Given she has already been part of New York Fashion Week, has seen her headpieces on a number of celebrities during Australia’s Spring Racing Carnival, as well as Ke$ha at the 2018 Grammy Awards after party, Ashlee knew she had to take things to the next level – now. Arguably it was the first time she found not having a business background an impediment to the future success of her business. “Being a mum and being time poor and having limited resources here, I needed to learn how to do things quickly and efficiently,” she said. And so she enrolled in the Flinders University New Venture Institute (NVI) Venture Dorm Limestone Coast course. “It’s the best thing I’ve ever done,” Ashlee said. “I actually didn’t think I’d have the time but I made the time and it was amazing.” She now has a list of business opportunities she is strategically working her way through, starting with an overhaul of her website and online presence. Her ready-to-wear line will start being shipped next month and she had her pieces in the spotlight again helping dress Logies nominee, Safe Harbour’s Nicole Charmoun, and supplying a piece for a photo shoot for Amy Shark, the Australian singersongwriter. “It is really fun and exciting when the celebrities and their stylists get in touch,” Ashlee said. The Ashlee Lauren Designs team is now a team of four, including a trainee. The inaugural Limestone Coast course finished with an awards night last month – the Limestone Coast eNVIe Awards – and Ashlee won the Gold eNVIe and is now headed back to the United States for a 10 day tour that will take in Silicon Valley, the iconic South By Southwest conference and festival in Austin, as well as New York. “It will be a lot about networking and learning about new technology and new opportunities,” Ashlee said. “Hopefully I can score some retailers to sell my products as well. I do want my pieces to be handmade and special but lifestyle1.net | 28

I also want to see how far I can push it. This will be a chance to test out my prospects and see how far I can take it.” The concept of work-life balance has become a somewhat trite concept but it is at the heart of Ashlee’s philosophy, with family as the number one priority, as well as making time for her sporting interests. “I do want to develop the business but I want to maintain my lifestyle,” Ashlee said. “You have to remember to still have a life. The reason I got into this is because I wanted to be a stay-at-home mum.” So building up an international presence for Ashlee Lauren Designs looms as a case of short term pain for long term gain. “If I build up the business, it will give me an extra and more consistent income all year round and with that will come the flexibility,” she said. “I didn’t realise what

opportunities we were missing out on until I came to this course. I’ve always hesitated before asking for help and here were these people offering this amazing advice. I feel like I went from point A to point Z in seven weeks.” For Ashlee, the advice, mentorship and encouragement was invaluable, from both the official course mentors and experts, as well as her fellow students. “It was great being around like-minded people,” she said. “It sparks your creativity and your passion and your drive. It is great to build up relationships with other entrepreneurs.” Venture Dorm provides hands-on training for people who want to learn how entrepreneurs build and market new ventures and either create one themselves or lift their existing business to greater success. The program takes an idea to a minimum viable business model that can be scaled up and repeated, in just seven weeks. Topics covered include purpose and vision, lean principals, product development, business and revenue development and competition. The intensive Venture Dorm program for the Limestone Coast is run by Flinders’ recently opened eNVIsion Limestone Coast hub at Shop 1, 33 James Street. The eNVIsion hub at the Limestone Coast and Venture Dorm program have been made possible through the Federal Government’s Incubator Support Program, together with funding from the Mount Gambier council and the State Government. Lifestyle1 will be profiling the four finalists from the inaugural course over the coming weeks.



THE REGION IN FOCUS Wattle Range Mayor Peter Gandolfi opened the Wattle Range Photographic Exhibition on July 6 before a crowd of more than 180 people, including photographers, their families and members of the community. In its 11th year, the record number of entries received exceeded all expectation, with 444 entries in 10 categories and 40 outstanding junior entries, with the exhibition opening filling the Millicent Gallery to capacity. Mayor Gandolfi commented on the outstanding photography reflecting the diversity of Wattle Range and the talented youth who exhibited. “We have some very talented photographers within our region who should all be very proud of themselves,” he said. “There has been a lot of excitement and enthusiasm from the photographers. I am in awe of their talent and I am looking forward to seeing this calendar which will feature many of these amazing images.” Mayor Gandolfi awarded the 2018 Mayoral Award to Penola photographer, Stella Scanlon for her evocative photograph Morning Walk - Summertime at Penola. Aspiring young photographer Lily Francis won the Mayoral Youth Award with her photograph Playground Fun depicting a child at play in the Domain Playground, Millicent. Competition judge Steve Chapple introduced fellow critic Jacqui Bateman, who presented the awards and spoke about each winner. Mr Chapple reiterated the importance of ensuring that the photograph was identifiable with Wattle Range and commended the photographers on their overall standard, artistry and endeavor. Mrs Bateman commented that the task of judging was far more difficult than imagined and took more than five hours to finalise. She was impressed by the high standard and the quality of the photography and attention to detail. “Everyone - no matter what type of camera, skill level, or subject - should be very proud to have their images hanging here tonight and were all winners,” she said. First time entrant Kayle Gordon won the Landscape Category with his striking image Mt Muir in the Mist and he was also awarded the Darren Galwey Award for the most outstanding first-time entrant. Darren, himself an outstanding local photographer, won the People and Portrait category with a photograph of a lone dancer silhouetted in the Tantanoola Caves titled Resting and the Lake McIntyre category with Mr Percival and Mates. Mount Gambier photographer Linda Heins won the Black & White category with Petticoat Lane with a Twist. Penola photographer Alice Phillips’ rural photograph Steaming Sheep won the Business & Industry category with Brian Watson’s energetic photograph of life savers, Surf Beach, winning Sport & Leisure. Alex Window’s

FLOWERS by Alex Window (Nature Category Winner)

STEAMING SHEEP by Alice Phillips (Business & Industry Category Winner)

PLAYGROUND FUN by Lily Francis (Mayoial Youth Award)

MR PERCIVAL & MATES by Darren Galwey (Lake McIntyre Category Winner)

RESTING by Darren Galwey (People & Portrait Category Winner)

Flowers, an outstanding image of two pink gum flowers and leaves on a black background, won the Nature category. Local photographer Graeme Mellor won the Panoramic category with a great capture of the Salmon Hole at Beachport. Talented youth Jack Francis again won the Youth Award with his image of the Coonawarra Vineyard, his sister Lily the runner up with Looking Up. Other local photographers to have success with their entries this year included Mary Whitehead, Karen Buwalda, Sandi Spink, Val Hunter, Arthur Kelm, Ella Cresp, Carla Sutherland, Bronwyn D’Aniello, along with John Davies, Christy Camp and Nicholas Simpson. Hurst Camera House sponsored the Junior category and all junior photographers were awarded a

Hurst Camera House Award. Mayor Peter Gandolfi congratulated all the winners and the entrants and said that it was pleasing to note that since its inception 11 years ago the exhibition has continued to grow. “Every year new photographers enter the competition bringing with them new ideas and interpretations of what Wattle Range means to them,” he said. The Exhibition is open library hours and Sundays from 2-4pm through to August 12. Right - MORNING WALK - SUMMERTIME IN PENOLA by Stella Scanlon (Mayoral Award Winner)

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SURF BEACH by Brian Watson (Sport & Leisure Category Winner)


LOCAL SPORT WESTERN BORDER FOOTBALL A GRADE West Gambier 6.8 8.9 10.12 12.14 (86) South Gambier 1.0 6.1 6.1 7.3 (45) Goals - West: B. Wilson 4; T. Holmes 2; S. Ross, K. Betts, S. Wenman, D. Robbins, S. Zeita, J. Blackwell. South: H. Capewell 2; C. Slape, M. Hein, B. Kain, A. Harkness, J. Tentye.Best - West: J. Pfitzner, T. Holmes, L. Bradley-Brown, S. Wenman, Z. Kuller. South: B. Bryant, T. Reid, H. Capewell, B. Glynn, J. Tentye. East Gambier 3.1 7.2 9.5 12.7 (79) Casterton Sandford 2.2 3.3 5.5 8.8 (56) Goals - East: M. Rumbleow 6; A. Pfeiffer 2; M. McMallum, G. Janeway, J. Eldridge, J. Ransom. Casterton Sandford: C. Currie 2; T. Shannon, D. Richardson, A. Cleary, T. Sullivan, J. Stephenson, M. Cummings. Best - East: M. Rumbelow, M. Willson, M. Kieselbach, J. Ransom, J. Forster, M. McCallum. Casterton Sandford: D. Wombwell, T. Sullivan, B. Galpin, M. Cummings, D. Richardson. Millicent 7.4 10.7 12.8 15.14 (104) North Gambier 1.0 3.2 4.3 4.4 (28) Goals - Millicent: D. Bromley 5; H. Nitschke 3; M. Reilly, H. Gordon 2; S. Willis, R. Duncan, M. Duldig. North: S. Stafford, J. Hollitt, T. McLennan, F. Marshall. Best - Millicent: T. Hutchesson, D. Bromley, C. Gallio, D. Tincknell, S. Willis, B. Gibbs. North: D. Munn, J. Schutz, T. McInerney, W. Stafford.

B GRADE

INDOOR BOWLS RESULTS KIMBERLY-CLARK AUSTRALIA PENNANTS - ROUND 12 North Gambier 57 (J. Forrest, L. Kenny) d Millicent 19 (M. Gysbers, L. Harvey); East Gambier 55 (E. Thompson, T. Perryman) d Casterton Sandford 22 (S. Parsons, K. Smith)

39 (S. Haggett, S. Kokiousis) d Hatherleigh 32 (S. Gibbs, M. Varcoe); Glencoe 77 (K. Medhurst, K. Jones) d Kongorong 20 (M. Robb, A. Mullen)

17 & UNDER

Kalangadoo 40 (G. Box, B. Lythgo) d Tantanoola 15 (M. Kelly, T. Rowe); Mt Burr 81 (H. Vanderhorst, S. Skratek) d Nangwarry 14 (A. Smith-Muhovics, A. Collyer); Hatherleigh 73 (L. Brown, R. Nettle) d Robe 33 (E. Yeo, M. Wirth); Glencoe 66 (T. Medhurst, A. Thompson) d Kongorong 25 (B. Miller, M. Buckingham)

South Gambier 50 (E. McIntyre, R. Buckingham) d West Gambier 46 (H. Witherow, G. Monkley); North Gambier 61 (E. Brown, E. Close) d Millicent 41 (C. Venn, T. Werchon); East Gambier 60 (N. Smith, T. Bosko) d Casterton Sabdford 14 (M. Mutch, D. Crawford)

15 & UNDER A West Gambier 42 (M. Horrigan, J. Freeman) d South Gambier 35 (M. Thiele, G. Ryan); Millicent 52 (K. Walker, K. Taylor) d North Gambier 22 (E. Willoughby, C. Bruhn); East Gambier 43 (A. Bosko, I. Lamb) d Casterton Sandford 22 (C. Galpin, C. Kerr)

MID SOUTH EAST FOOTBALL

STATE TITLE FOR PEARSON

13 & UNDER A

A GRADE

The South Australian Indoor Bowls State Men’s and Ladies Singles Championship were held last weekend with six men and five ladies from the Mount Gambier District Indoor Bowls Association competing in the knockout competition. The men had no luck with Zac Pearson, Simon Attiwill and Tim Radley all being put out in the first round. Craig Pearson, Gary Bowering and Stephen VonDuve were lucky to win their first round matches but were all defeated in the second round. In the ladies competition Nancy Horrigan and Jennifer Bowering lost their first games, Veronica Opie made it to the second round but was unsuccessful to go any further. Success came from the other two Mount Gambier players, Keisha Pearson and Fiona Pearson, who both made it to the semi finals, but only Fiona Perason making her way through to the grand final. Keisha’s semi final against Jackie Barber from Adelaide was tied after 21 ends and the game was decided on an extra end, with Keisha going down. Fiona also had a close semi final with Broken Hill’s Marnie Howe to also have level scores with one end remaining, but Fiona was able to win the last end to move into the title decider. Jackie and Fiona then played off for the 2018 State Ladies Singles Championship, with Fiona having a steady lead from the start and pulling away around the halfway mark and win the title 19 shots to six. This is Fiona’s eight individual State title.

South Gambier 57 (E. Bouchier, A. Clayton) d West Gambier 13 (J. Jarnevic, C. Duryea); Millicent 41 (P. McRae, R. Kenny) d North Gambier 18 (K. Dyson, A. Coon); Casterton Sandford 33 (Z. Crawford, M. Hutchins) d East Gambier 12 (C. Lines)

13 & UNDER B

UNDER 17.5

11 & UNDER

South Gambier 17.13 (115) d West Gambier 1,1 (7) East Gambier 8.7 (55) d Casterton Sandford 4.4 (28) North Gambier 9.7 (61) d Millicent 4.5 (29)

UNDER 13 North Gambier 3.6 (24) d Millicent 3.6 (24) East Gambier 6.7 (43) d Casterton Sandford 1.0 (6)

WESTERN BORDER NETBALL A GRADE West Gambier 68 (L. McGregor, C. Davey) d South Gambier 44 (C. Grubb, A. Boylan); Millicent 71 (L. Duldig, D. Verbena) d North Gambier 52 (A. O’Shaughnessy, A. Kalantarian); East Gambier 69 (T. Gray, S. Smith) d Casterton Sandford 31 (A. Shannon, E. Bowman)

A RESERVE South Gambier 45 (B. Bouchier, E. McIntyre) d West Gambier 39 (S. Cummins, L. Fox); Millicent 64 (T. Sanderson, N, Potter) d North Gambier 54 (C. Bruhn, A. Edwards); Casterton Sandford 47 (H. Rhook, P. Cameron) d East Gambier 39 (S. Hurrell, A. Geraghty)

B GRADE West Gambier 42 (J. Lamb, O. James) d South Gambier 41 (S. Raedel, R. Bryant); North Gambier 42 (L. Westhorpe, C. Tirabassi) d Millicent 37 (J. Sunderland, M. Varcoe); Casterton Sandford 67 (A. MacDonald, E. Chandler) d East Gambier 38 (L. Cutting, A. Bosko)

C GRADE South Gambier 34 (E. Egan, E. Botha) d West Gambier 27 (S. Povey, A. Egan);

Tantanoola 28 (K. Lindner, E. Cytrowksi) d Kalangadoo 19 (E. Wurst, S. Wrightson); Mt Burr 57 (O. Baker, J. Altschwager) d Nangwarry 20 (J. Work, K. FRoissetter); Hatherleigh 55 (I. Howell, C. Owen) d Robe 13 (A. Birchall, J. Moore); Glencoe 41 (J. Mitchell, I. Maloney) d Kongorong 16 (J. McKinnon, I. Jenkin)

South Gambier 25 (L. Munro, T. Cooper) d West Gambier 16 (E. Nieuwerkerk, Z. Aberle); Millicent 41 (Z. Malseed, K. Stuart) d North Gambier 19 (S. Beare, K. Collins); Casterton Sandford 46 (Z. Crawford, M. Hutchins) d East Gambier 13 (S. McLean, B. Jean)

South Gambier 12 (E. Matheson, J. Jennings) drew with West Gambier 12 (B. Colbert, A. Sheedy); Millicent 30 (A. Jansen, P. Venn) d North Gambier 29 (S. Mobbs, Z. Jones); East Gambier 33 (A. Sharma, A. Lines) d Casterton Sandford 11 (P. Carlin, B. Nash)

UNDER 15

13 & UNDER

15 & UNDER B

West Gambier 12.7 (79) d South Gambeir 3.5 (23) Casterton Sandford 9.7 (61) d East Gambier 8.5 (53) North Gambier 10.4 (64) d Millicent 7.6 (48) South Gambier 9.13 (67) d West Gambier 1.4 (10) East Gambier 6.6 (42) d Casterton Sandford 4. 12 (36) Millicent 21.14 (140) d North Gambier 1.1 (7)

15 & UNDER

Kilsby Shield RSL & District 72 d Yahl 35, Post-Tel 71 d Commercial Club 32, Glenburnie 64 d Kongorong 40, Saints d Glencoe forfeit. Malseed Shield Moorak Red 76 d Blue Lake Bowlers White 52, Mt Gambier Bowls Club 59 d Blue Lake Bowlers Blue 42, Moorak Blue 68 d Mil Lel 46. Premiership Tables after Round 12 Kilsby Shield Post-Tel 20 points, 151.90%; Glenburnie 19, 147.81; RSL & District 18, 154.65; Saints 12, 102.40; Commercial Club 9, 89.07; Glencoe 8, 61.76; Yahl 5, 72.75; Kongorong 5, 60.04. Malseed Shield Mt Gambier Bowls Club 20, 119.51; Moorak Blue 14, 114.35; Blue Lake Bowlers Blue 14, 106.52; Mil Lel 12, 101.55; Moorak Red 8, 87.73; Blue Lake Bowlers White 4, 74.00.

South Gambier 7 (H. Harvey, I. Lawrence) d West Gambier 6 (J. Glynn, A. Judd); North Gambier 21 (M. Collins, B. Stratford) d Millicent 18 (M. Sims, J. Hibberd); Casterton Sandford 17 d East Gambier 13

MID SOUTH EAST NETBALL A GRADE Kalangadoo 69 (A. Duncan, N. Ryan) d Tantanoola 41 (V. Lucas, C. Walker); Mt Burr 76 (H. Agnew, K. Nowak) d Nangwarry 37 (C. Dinnison, C. Vanderhorst); Hatherleigh 75 (L. MacGreogr, K. Wight) d Robe 35 (S. Laurie, K. Ross); Glencoe 68 (J. Paproth, C. Cocks) d Kongorong 29 (E. Rathjen, S. Scheidl)

A RESERVE Kalangadoo 52 (J. Lythgo, T. Jeffree) d Tantanoola 33 (A. Fensom, K. Rowe); Nangwarry 48 (E. Lawson, T. James) d Mt Burr 44 (S. Falting, K. Gamble); Hatherleigh 51 (D. Smith, J. Bowman) d Robe 37 (D. Carter, J. Nunan); Kongorong 54 (N. Collins, A. Anderson) d Glencoe 31 (T. Bonney, K. Coutts)

B GRADE Kalangadoo 38 (J. Blackmore) d Tantanoola 20 (D. White, N. Telfer-Scott); Nangwarry 46 (K. Shepherd, B. Fullford) d Mt Burr 32 (B. Medhurst, E. Rigney); Robe 53 (A. Kunze, A. Nunan) d Hatherleigh 31 (E. Leopold, E. Cook); Glencoe 39 (E. Martin, L. Waller) d Kongorong 36 (K. Long, S. Pulkkinen)

B RESERVE Kalangadoo 35 (D. Mulligan, H. Scholz) d Tantanoola 32 (H. Radley, B. Allen); Mt Burr 40 (M. Chambers, H. Fraser) d Nangwarry 25 (A. Yeates, K. Clayfield); Hatherleigh 36 (F. Jackman, N. Skeer) d Robe 22 (J. Hawkins, A. Sawyer); Glencoe y62 (N. Hawke, B. Scheer) d Kongorong 39 (J. Fosdike, A. Deathmore)

17 & UNDER Kalangadoo 31 (C. Croser, K. Ousey) d Tantanoola 26 (E. Gould, B. Allen); Mt Burr 66 (S. Falting, M. Bowering) d Nangwarry 34 (E. Lawson, H. Vanderhorst); Robe

Kalangadoo 1.5 6.7 9.10 14.15 (99) Tantanoola 3.0 4.1 5.2 5.5 (35) Goals - Kalangadoo: B. Gregory 3; L. Jones, M. Krieger, B. Mules 2; S. McManus, B. Lindner, T. McManus, J. Pratt, M. Varcoe. Tantanoola: B. Reilly 2; G. Ha, M. Pilmore, B. Pitts. Best - Kalangadoo: M. Lowe, M. Fatchen, B. Ousey, J. Pratt, A. Stone, J. Jones. Tantanoola: J. Williams, H. Brown, Z. Walker, S. Haniford, J. McRostie, H. Ferguson. Mt Burr 11.8 15.14 25.21 43.26 (284) Nangwarry 0.0 0.0 1.0 1.0 (6) Goals - NO DETAILS AVAILABLE. Best - NO DETAILS AVAILABLE. Robe 5.3 9.6 14.6 18.9 (117) Hatherleigh 1.2 5.6 7.8 17.11 (83) Goals -Robe: K. Cuthbertson 7; J. Kelly 5; J. Pitt 3; J. Agnew, B. Vidic, T. Wilfred. Hatherleigh: M. Faulkner 5; J. Skeer 2; G. McGrath, T. Smith, M. Pulmer, B. Fabris, J. Wight. Best - Robe: R. Dickinson, K. Cuthbertson, J. Jarrett, J. Agnew, Z. Deane. Hatherleigh: C. Buckley, J. Bateman, J. Rayson, M. Pulmer, Z. Jones, M. Faulkner. Glencoe 3.8 5.9 11.13 15.17 (107) Kongorong 2.1 8.2 9.3 11.4 (70) Goals - Glencoe: A. Gregory 4; B. Mitchell 3; M. Kasparian 2; D. Childs, D. Paproth, C. Von Duve, Z. Cocks, T. Hawke, N. McEachern. Kongorong: J. Mullan 3; J. Simkin 2; B. Long, B. Saffin, M. Waters, M. Von Stanke, B. Weaver, B. Pannenburg. Best - Glencoe: Z. Cocks, D. Pfitzner, M. Kasparian, B. Mitchell, C. Von Duve, N. Easterbrook. Kongorong: H. Evans, B. Weaver, T. Modra, J. Simkin, M. Waters.

B GRADE Tantanoola 8.5 (53) d Kalangadoo 6.8 (44) Mt Burr 12.10 (82) d Nangwarry 2.9 (21) Hatherleigh 15.9 (99) d Robe 2.3 (15) Glencoe 8.7 (55) d Kongorong 6.10 (46)

SENIOR COLTS Tantanoola 13.9 (87) d Kalangadoo 10.5 (65) Mt Burr 16.21 (117) d Nangwarry 2.2 (14) Hatherleigh 15.8 (98) d Robe 3.5 (23) Glencoe 15.11 (101) d Kongorong 4.4 (28)

JUNIOR COLTS Tantanoola 13.5 (83) d Kalangadoo 1.0 (6) Mt Burr 6.6 (42) d Nangwarry 0.0 (0) Robe 8.4 (52) d Hatherleigh 4.3 (27) Glencoe 8.7 (55) d Kongorong 1.3 (9)

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WINDFALL FOR ROBE GOLF CLUB The Limestone Coast is set to benefit from improved golfing facilities following the announcement that the Robe Golf Course Expansion project will be funded under the Building Better Regions Fund – Infrastructure Projects stream. Federal Member for Barker Tony Pasin said the project was a significant investment in building a stronger economy and driving jobs for the long term. “This is a fantastic outcome for the Limestone Coast community, with the project receiving $600,000 to expand the current golf course to 18 holes,” Mr Pasin said. “This will have major flow-on benefits across the community from offering a improved recreational space for the local community to an additional tourism offering it will ensure our region will continue to thrive and prosper into the future.”

YOUNG GOLFERS CLAIM SILVERWARE The South East has continued its tradition of strong performances at the Brett Ogle Cupl, bringing home the division one title last week after three days of competition at the Port Augusta Golf Club. The Brett Ogle Cup is an annual teams match play event, with the hosting rotated through the eight Country Golf Districts. Left - The winning South East team - Sam MacLeod, Ben Thiel, Tilly Miels, Mitchell Handford & Parker Smith.

HISTORY MAKING PREMIERSHIP TO BE CELEBRATED THIS WEEKEND If any team was told they could beat their fiercest rival only once in a season they would obviously choose the grand final – it is a treasured sporting fairytale and one that South Gambier’s 1998 team lived out in becoming the first Western Border Football League team to secure a three-peat of A Grade premierships. This weekend, that group of Demons are coming together to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the day they turned North Gambier’s potentially perfect season into a nightmare. The Tigers entered the 1998 title decider undefeated and on the back of a convincing second semi final victory over South but it all unravelled as a committed Demons, under the mentorship of legendary coach Peter Sims, masterminded a famous victory, made even sweeter with the club’s B Grade team also claiming the ultimate prize. “It was a huge turnaround by the boys,” Sims said. “To bounce back from a 10 goal defeat in the second semi was pretty good, pretty special.” It was a methodical build up for the Demons and Sims was confident his group were all focussed on the task at hand. “Early in the week, we did the matchups and made sure everyone was clear and we were all on the same page,” he said. For three quarters, the ’98 grand final was an arm wrestle and at the final change, it was the Demons hanging on by a one point margin. What came next could not have been predicted – not even by the master coach himself. It was basically one way traffic in the final quarter as the Demons recorded a 41 point victory, South scoring seven unanswered goals to run out winners 16.8 (104) to 8.15 (63). “Our guys were so disciplined,” Sims said. “It was better than any other game I’ve coached. To blow them away in the last quarter like that was special. We dominated the first seven or eight minutes and it was over. It is credit to the players because they stuck to their guns.” As all coaches are, Sims was reticent to single out players in what he truly believed was a genuine team effort and the list of notable performances was extensive. Champion ruckman Mick Ryan, who the best on ground medal for all Western Border Football grand finals is now named after, was one such player after having his colours lowered by North’s David Nulty in the second semi. “He had an outstanding day,” Sims said. “He was stung by the second semi and big Mick (Ryan) was rarely, if ever, beaten like that by an opponent.” A teenage Brent Howard was also instrumental in the victory, taking on the task of going head to head with North Gambier star Peter Collins. “Pete’s finals series had been exceptional and for a young fella to come out and get the job done was special,” Sims said. Then there was the return of injured forward Leigh Capewell, who had missed the second semi with an ankle injury. “He was our spiritual leader and while I think he only kicked two goals, it was important to have him in the team,” Sims said. Current Western Border Football League board member Wayne Glynn was also an integral part of the premiership victory, wearing North star forward Glen Goss like a glove. “He (Glynn) won that position and it was so important when you get the better lifestyle1.net | 32

of the playing coach of the opposition,” Sims said. Despite coming off the previous two premierships, the ’98 team still had some unsung heroes, including Kevin Bouchier. Playing reserves footy for much of the season, he forced his way into the senior side at the business end of the season, kicking four in both the second semi final and the grand final. “He wasn’t a prolific ball winner but he made those possessions count,” Sims said. Andrew Sims was also another Demon who often went under the radar, but stuck to his task on the dangerous Nathan Bell. Nick Forster also stood tall in the title decider, taking some important marks, while Simon Jones had the task of shutting Matthew Patzel down and took the honours in that duel. “Patzel had killed it in the second semi – I had never seen him play so well,” Sims said. But in the end, the list of contributors numbered 20, with names like Adam Salmon, Duncan McGregor, Mick Mullan and David Chant all part of the three-peat line-up. “It was as good as premiership win as I’ve been involved in,” Sims said, which golds even more weight, given he oversaw the resurgence of the club and the golden era of the 1990s, with the ’98 flag being the club’s fifth for the decade, with the ’99 and 2000 titles also returning to Blue Lake Sports Park. It won’t make North Gambier supporters or the players of that year feel any better, but the premiership was also all the more special because of the calibre of the opposition. “North had the best players,” Sims said. “They had better individuals and some outstanding, skilled players but on the day South was just a better team.” The weekend celebrations start on Friday night with drinks at the club, while Saturday will see the current day Demons take on the Tigers at Blue Lake Sports Park in a very different match, which sees both teams in relatively unchartered territory – the battle to avoid the wooden spoon. The Past Demons group will be part of the Saturday celebrations, with the 1993 thirds and 2006 Under 16 team also taking the opportunity to celebrate premiership milestones. “The Past Demons is a great concept because it includes the boot studders, the time keepers, the team managers and not just the past players,” Sims said. “It is always nice to catch up with everyone, and as always happens, the stories get exaggerated and we were all better than we really were.”


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ROUND 13 MATCH REPORT U12 Girls Tigers 3 defeated Redbacks 0 Playing the early game, Tigers and Redbacks were fortunate to escape the nasty weather as they played out an entertaining encounter on Friday night at Blue Lake Sports Park. It was a very even affair with a couple of key moments deciding the result in Tigers favour. Ella Matheson controlled the midfeild for Tigers throughout the match and created many attacking opportunities. Her unselfish style of play was exceptional as she consistently bought her teammates into the play keeping all of Redbacks defenders on their toes, not knowing if it would be their direct who would receive the ball next. The attacking moves often ended with Scarlett Creek or Zoe Carne and the pair of them were the loan names on the scoreboard at the final whistle. It was a close match in general play though, Tigers didn’t have it all their own way. Kayla Branstone and Jorja Beck worked tirelessly for Redbacks, repelling many attacking moves and setting up forward thrusts of their own. They couldn’t bridge the gap though as the finishing touches in front of goal weren’t there. Both teams should take a lot from the game. Tigers continue to play some great team hockey while Redbacks shone at times in defence and in the midfield and can expect some great results as the season wears on. Goals: Tigers - Scarlett Creek (2), Zoe Carne. Best Players: Tigers - Ella Matheson, Zoe Carne, Natalia Vanderhorst. Redbacks - Kayla Branstone, Jorja Beck, Paige Henson. ROUND 14 MATCH REPORT Division 2 Women West 1 def Tigers 0 It looked for all money as through West and Tigers were going to share the points until West snatched victory from the jaws of a draw in frigid conditions at Blue Lake Sports Park on July 6. Throughout the game neither team could gain the ascendency with both teams having opportunities to gain momentum but continually finding their opponent rise to the challenge to shut them down. One on one battles were occuring all over the ground with West veteran Leanne Ballintyne and Tigers veteran Teena McKee playing out an entertaining duel in the West attacking half while West’s April Hockey and Tigers Kaitlyn Nisbet gave each other plenty to think about in midfield. West had a slight advantage in the first half and created more goal scoring opportunities but was unable to convert as the ball wandered aimlessly across the goal face a number of times. Roles were reversed in the second half with Tigers gaining that slight advantage in momentum but also being unable to convert. Sophie Nisbet and Shanae Coppick were pressing hard for Tigers but the opportunities in front of goal just weren’t coming. West’s Nina

Keith 6.6 8.7 17.10 21.12 (138) Padthaway 0.0 0.4 0.4 3.4 (22) Goals- Keith: B. Simounds 6; L. Wilhlem 2; G. Johnson, H. McMurray, H. Wilhelm, L. Mitchell, G. Thring, W. McMurray, A. Dunstan, A. Wilson. Pathaway: T. Edwards, L. Eats, K. Tucker. Best - Keith: H. Wilhelm, B. Simounds, G. Johnson, B. Laurie, W. McMurray. Padthaway: D. Obst, L. Harder, I. Noles, T. Michael, T. Edwards, A. Longbottom. Naracoorte 2.3 7.6 11.10 13.13 (91) Bordertown 1.1 3.3 5.4 7.6 (48) Goals - Naracoorte: R. Jones 3; B. Foster, J. Sellars, F. Day 2; B. Hill, C. Myall, S. Willson, S. Patterson. Bordertown: N. Hampel 2; C. Sandercock, J. Searle, B. Jarrett, T. Underwood, B. Paech. Best - Naracoorte: K. Jacobs, N. Davey, R. Jones, F. Stephan, J. MacDonald, J. Reeves. Bordertown: B. Paech, S. Devitt, S. Creaser, J. Searle, S. Sandercock, O. Butler. Penola 3.4 4.7 10.7 13.12 (90) Kybybolite 1.0 6.1 6.3 9.6 (60) Goals - Penola: B. Foster 7; S. Merrett, J. Currie 2; D. Walker, S. Merrett. Kybybolite: L. McGregor 3; J. McKay, W. Stewart 2; W. Russell, T. Cooper. Best - Penola: S. Berkefeld, B. Fosgter, B. Maney, L. Walker, J. Nysten, D. Walker. Kybybolite: M. Tonkin, L. McGregor, S. Munn, J. McKay, T. Lawrie, J. Bittner. Mundulla 7.4 17.5 23.13 31.20 (206) Kingston 2.2 2.6 2.7 3.7 (25) Goals - Mundulla: J. Hinge 11; J. McGrice 5; T. McIntyre 4; S. Little, N. Gregurke 3; D. Mosey 2; E. Jaeschke, L. Wiese, W. Nankivell. Kingston: B. Warner, M. Wakefield, J. Del Olivera. Best - Mundulla: J. Hinge, J. McGrice, T. McIntyre, N. Gregurke, E. Jaeschke, B. Douglas. Kingston: L. Exton, T. Baker, S. Robertson, J. Wiseman. Kaniva Leeor 2.2 7.5 12.7 16.12 (108) Border Districts 3.4 3.4 8.4 13.5 (83) Goals - Kaniva Leeor: N. Murphy 5; C. Hitchcock 4; S. Snook, A. Brown 2; T. Stribling, L. Vivian, B. Dodson. Border Districts: N. McIver, S. Mansell 3; H. Pretlove 2; D. Starr, G. Hampton, B. Keast, T. Leechman, B. Denmead. Best -Kaniva Leeor: J. Jarred, J. Salt, A. Brown, L. Vivian, N. Bowles. Border Districts: Z. Edwards, G. Hampton, G. Cother, K. Phillips, B. Denmead, J. Baron.

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Patton seemed to be everywhere constantly pressuring the Tigers players as they attacked and it was this pressure that disrupted Tigers attacking forays. As the half wore on West clawed their way back into the game and with the temperature dropping further and opportunities drying up they seized what would perhaps be their last when Leanne Ballintyne scored the goal that would earn full points. Tigers will be kicking themselves that an opportunity to make some ground on the top four slipped through their fingers while West will be happy to have solidified their top four spot but will be keen to improve their efficiency in front of goal. Best Players: Tigers - Kaitlyn Nisbet, Teena McKee, Petra Mengler. West - Steph Ward, Nina Patton, Lucy Clarke. Goals: West - Leanne Ballintyne. ROUND 14 RESULTS Division 1 Men West 3 drew with Redbacks 3 Division 1 Women West 3 def Redbacks 1 Tigers (D1) 5 def Naracoorte (D2) 0 Division 2 Women West 1 def Tigers 0 Division 3 Women Redbacks 2 def West 0 U15 Girls Redbacks 4 def West 3 Above (top) - Toby Maddern was instrumental for Redbacks in their Division 1 draw with West. Above (bottom) - West’s Mercedes Theobald and Redbacks Neave Delaney clashed in Division 1 on Saturday afternoon. Left - Tigers’ U15 Boys Harry Robinson works hard in a crowd of West attackers.

Keith 23.21 (159) d Padthaway 1.1 (7) Bordertown 6.10 (46) d Naracoorte 4.7 (31) Penola 11.9 (75) d Kybybolite 9.13 (67) Mundulla 22.15 (147) d Kingston 2.6 (18) Kaniva Leeor 30.19 (199) d Border Districts 3.3 (21)

SENIOR COLTS Keith 13.18 (96) d Padthaway/Lucindale 1.0 (6) Bordertown 9.8 (62) d Naracoorte 8.7 (55) Kybybolite 6.5 (41) d Penola 5.2 (32) Kingston 12.4 (76) d Mundulla 6.5 (41)

JUNIOR COLTS Naracoorte 6.8 (44) d Bordertown 0.0 (0) Kybybolite 3.3 (21) d Penola 1.4 (10) Kingston 9.7 (61) d Mundulla 0.0 (0) Border Districts 11.16 (82) d Kaniva Leeor 5.1 (31)

SOUTH WEST DISTRICT FOOTBALL A GRADE Westerns 3.4 7.6 11.9 17.11 (113) Tyrendarra 3.1 5.4 7.5 11.6 (72) Goals - Westerns: K. Richardson 5; J. Bliss 3; N. Haylock, R. Cracknell 2; S. Ray, R. Holmes, B. England, M. Curtis, S. O’Brien. Tyrendarra: M. Clark 4; S. Marra 2; T. Deans, S. Lewis, J. Atwell, B. Bentley, L. Bevan. Best - Westerns: S. O’Brien, C. Anson, K. Richardson, J. Bliss, M. England, N. Haylock. Tyrendarra: B. bentley, T. O’Connell, J. Hawker, M. Pitt, S. Marra, S. Lewis. Heathmere 5.7 10.14 11.19 20.20 (140) Branxholme-Wallacedale 1.2 3.3 4.7 4.7 (31) Goals - Heathmere: M. Wilson 7; J. Stanford 3; R. Pickett, L. Davis 2; K. McQualter, L. Wiseman, W. Pickett, M. Riddell, M. Gore. Branxholme-Wallacedale: A. Ratcliffe 2; T. Day, C. Wood. Best -Heathmere: L. Davis, R. Cook, L. Wiseman, H. Telfer, R. Pickett, K. MvcQualter. Branxholme-Wallacedale: R. Gordon, J. Lambevski, J. Bradley, S. Lambevski, L. Ewing, J. Grayland. Dartmoor 3.5 11.10 13.12 14.15 (99) Coleraine 0.2 2.2 8.5 10.8 (68) Goals - Dartmoor: C. Howlett 5; S. Woodall 3; J. Polaski, Z. Michau 2; L.Polaski, J. Woodall. Coleraine: J. Povey, T. Hogan 2; N. Sullivan, A. Richardson, T. Row, L. Kaine, J. Plunkett, J. Gould. Best - Dartmoor: J. Polaski, C. Howlett, J. Roptini, S. Woodall, M. Von Duve, D. Miller. Coleraine: T. Hogan, J. Wright, J. Eats, T. Row, Z. Soawyer, L. Kaine. Heywood 12.9 23.15 33.22 40.30 (270) Cavendish 0.0 0.0 0.0 1.0 (6) Goals - Heywood: J. Nash 6; W. Bell, J. Ellis 5; K. Bunworth, E. Blacksell 4; B. Martin 3; H. Gibbs, W. Barker-Lovett, B. Millard, B. Nash, A. Johnstone 2; T. Chambers, T. Lovett, N. Gibbins. Cavendish: M. Lowin. Best - Heywood: W. Barker-Lovett, W. Bell, E. Blacksell, J. Nash, J. Ellis, B. Millard. Cavendish: A. O’Connor, W. MacDonald, T. Vearing, J. Brown, W. Baulch, J. Mailes.

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Keith 77 (M Harper, W Smith) d Padthaway 35 (P Moyle-Read, L Fischer) Naracoorte 54 (I Stokie, A Donnelly) d Bordertown 49 (A Bruce, T Poulton) Penola 49 (C Long, A Kuhl) d Kybybolite 48 (B McIntyre, K Heinrich) Mundulla 49 (A Lovering, M Parry) drew Kingston 49 (B Clarke, E Wright) K/L United 54 (N Ervin, S Bennett) d Border Districts 48 (L Biggs, L Pfitzner)

A RESERVE Keith 58 (B Clark, C Leek) d Padthaway 20 (I Damin, P Richards) Naracoorte 58 d Bordertown 27 Penola 62 d Kybybolite 38 Kingston 50 (T Gluyas, C Burns) d Mundulla 48 (S Hinge, T Hillier) K/L United 41 (T Vivian, M Maddern) d Border Districts 31 (L Willmott, M Jordan)

B GRADE Keith 63 (E Jones, G Clark) d Padthaway 44 (D Woodman, M Maynard) Naracoorte 57 d Bordertown 26 Penola 53 (A Ey, S Devereux) d Kybybolite 30 (K Williams, M Hutchesson) K/L United 52 (H Grosser, T Pearson) d Border Districts 31 (M Gabbe, E Adams)

C GRADE Keith 57 (S Bunnett, K Spowart) d Padthaway 33 (S Deacon, K Woodman) Naracoorte 53 d Bordertown 22 Penola 41 d Kybybolite 14 Mundulla 72 (R Badwin, T Horne) d Kingston 37 (T Armfield, M Murdock) K/L United 32 (G Cavanagh, C Lawrence) d Border Districts 27 (A Michelmore, J Koch

17 & UNDER Naracoorte 65 d Bordertown 13 Penola 47 d Kybybolite 24 Mundulla 51 (K Lock, T Lock) d Kingston 38 (E Wright, C Hutchinson) Border Districts 43 (L Pope, M Pretlove) d K/L United 28 (I Dickinson, J Hawker)

16 & UNDER Padthaway 51 (J Fretwell, O Grundy) d Keith 21 (B Culley, C Sigston) Bordertown 38 d Naracoorte 30 Penola 48 (I Venables, A Marcus) d Kybybolite 13 (L Sambell, C Victor) Mundulla 47 (E Staude, E Dowling) d Kingston 4 (Z Lewis, L Ross)

15 & UNDER Bordertown 42 d Naracoorte 20 Penola 31 (J Eastwood, E Berkin) d Kybybolite 14 (B Ewer, E Ewer) Mundulla 56 (A Hinge, M Lowe) d Kingston 20 (T Smith-Rogers, E Pilmore) K/L United 51 (T Pearson, C Dodson) d Border Districts 28 (C Moore, E Modra-Ryan)

13 & UNDER A Keith 52 (S Makin, I Ross) d Padthaway 32 (G Buick, R Grundy) Naracoorte 45 d Bordertown 41 Kybybolite 36 (S Phin, M Shepherd) d Penola 26 (S Flint, S O’Brien) Mundulla 35 (J Pfitzner, L Bertus) d Kingston 21 (T Daniel, B Clarke) Border Districts 37 (M Chenall, R Pfitzner) d K/L United 32 (M Rabone, E Vivian)

13 & UNDER B Keith 24 (T Jones, A Bunnett) d Padthaway 4 (A Charlick, L Mathews) Naracoorte 15 d Bordertown 11 Kybybolite 7 (S O’Brien, C Bailey) d Penola 4 Mundulla 25 d Kingston 14 Border Districts 21 d K/L United 8

HAMPDEN NETBALL A GRADE Hamilton Kangaroos 71 (T. Morris, J. Parker, A. McDonald) d Portland 40 (S. Arnott, N. Daniel, R. Payne)

HAMPDEN FOOTBALL A GRADE Hamilton Kangaroos 5.4 6.10 11.12 13.16 (94) Portland 1.2 2.7 4.7 5.9 (39) Goals - Hamilton Kangaroos: H. Douglas, B. Thomas 4; T. Morris, D. Russell 2; R. Gill. Portland: J. Withers 2; L. Crane, A. Shpeherd, D. Barr. Best - Hamilton Kangaroos: H. Douglas, B. Thomas, J. Hickey, S. Fiegert, S. Barnes, J. Pertzel. Portland: P. Pekin, C. Peters, D. Barr, D. Jackson, D. Denboer, T. Hernan.

SOUTH WEST DISTRICT NETBALL A GRADE Heathmere 68 (C. Gadsden, K. Pickert, H. Bull) d Branxholme-Wallacedale 39 (C. Tonissen, A. Pepper, A. Keatley); Dartmoor 46 (C. Finnigan, A. Beer, R. Vankalken) d Coleraine 34 (E. Grigg, C. Plunkett, S. McKay); Cavendish 96 (K. Pickford, L. Iredell, K. Price) d Heywood 36 (M. Hoggan, L. Lovett-Murray, M. Rose); Tyrendarra 42 (R. Grant, R. Kane, E. Stiles) d Westerns 35 (R. McKinna, T. Nelson, B. Polaski)

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SPADA WINS KING OF THE MOUNTAIN Limestone Coast go karters continue to impress on the national stage with Kai Allen heading a contingent of four that contested the Victorian State Championships earlier this month. Allen claimed the KA3 Junior Victorian title, bringing his State title tally to nine, as the youngster continues to compete out of age group to fast track his development as a driver. Jobe Stewart competed in the same category as Allen and finished sixth in the final, which was hosted at the Todd Road Raceway. Charlie Evans competed in the Cadet 9 division and finished just outside the major placings to be fourth in the Victorian Championships, while Morgan Feast, competing in the Tag 125 Light category also just missed the podium with a fourth placing in the championships.

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