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COVER • A PERSONALISED APPROACH TO ALL YOUR ACCOUNTING NEEDS John Andrinopoulos always had a head for numbers and so not surprisingly when he left school, he gravitated towards a career that made the most of those skills. As a 20 year old he started with the Tax Office, working his way from the mail room to being an auditor, and then he stepped into the private sector for nine years before deciding to branch out on his own with wife, Helen. That was back in 2005, and J A Accounting & Tax Services was born, providing personalised, expert service to business and individual clients., built
on the foundation of John’s two decade experience in the finance industry. Now celebrating 13 years of supporting and nurturing local business and helping individuals work their way through tax returns and other personal finance, including superannuation, J A Accounting & Tax Services is a developing business of its own, starting with John and Helen in the early years to now having six staff – four accountants and two administrators. From manufacturing to farming, from fishing to retail, J A Accounting & Tax Services has built a reputation for guiding businesses across the region to ensure they are not only serving their customers well but also building success stories of their own. “We strive to give everyone the right advice to help them grow and to
CASTERTON SHOW - 150 YEARS (EXHIBITION) avoid anything that will jeopardise their success,” John said. And the same level of service is offered to the 20-something just embarking on their working career as is given to the larger business with high turnover and a swag of employees. “We like to find the time to help anyone,” John said. “Today’s apprentice who needs help with his tax return, could one day start his own business. It is so satisfying to see someone start from nothing and watch and help them grow.” It is that kind of service that has seen J A Accounting & Tax Services build up a loyal clientele where those kind of stories are the rule not the exception. “It is so rewarding to see people grow and flourish,” Helen said. Unlike larger accounting firms,
J A ACCOUNTING & TAX SERVICES New start-up business advice • Business planning • Corporate structuring • Self-managed superannuation Taxation planning • Capital gains tax planning • Tax returns (no job too small) • Investment property advice Liaison with the ATO for client rulings • BAS/IAS preparation and lodgement Bookkeeping and accounting services • Company and trust set-up • ABN, GST & PAYG registration
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J A Accounting & Tax Services, pride themselves on a team approach to their clients. “Being a smaller firm, people do like that they can always get John on the phone,” Helen said. “Business success is definitely about having a good team behind you and we all get along really well. It also means clients get to know all our team and feel connected to everyone, not just the person they work most closely with.” This month and next are the industry’s busiest and the same applies to J A Accounting & Tax Services but they are always happy to take on more clients and help wherever they can. J A ACCOUNTING & TAX SERVICES 80a Commercial Street West Mount Gambier (08) 8724 7722 Left - Loyal client Ron Chuck with Helen, Chrisoula and John Andrinopoulos. ON THE COVER: (Back row) - Chrisoula Andrinopoulos; Joshua Lewis; Allison Mordecai & Nick Graney. (Front row) Helen & John Andrinopoulos.
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children’s services manager Janine Johnstone said kindergarten was an important step for young children. “Not only will it help to prepare them for school, it will also provide them vital skills that they will build on throughout their life, such as communication, independence and problem solving,” she said. “Children will be able to make friends and enjoy the stimulating educational activities that our high quality kindergarten programs have to offer, such as pre literacy and numeracy experiences, art, stories, music and movement. With kindergarten programs offered throughout the shire, there is bound to be a service for your child close to home. I hope to see all pre-school children in the shire enrolled in kindergarten programs for 2019 so that our region’s youngest community members have the brightest future possible.” The 2019 four year-old kindergarten program will be offered at: • Heywood Kindergarten • Jaycee
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YOUTH MUSIC EVENT IN HEYWOOD Heywood Winterfest is a music festival for ages 12 - 18 and it is on iths Friday at the Heywood Football and Netball Club. on Friday 27 July. The line-up will include: - SoulSleuth - Maton Season - Diamonds in the Twilight - Annalise Outtram Nakita Elder - Kassandra Galea - Talei and Brandon Malady - Emmerson Broom - Sasha Wright - Sarah Whitbourn Doors open at 6pm and tickets are $8 at the door. Food and soft drinks will be available on the night. RSVP at www. eventbrite.com.au HERITAGE GRANTS ON OFFER Applications for the State & Local Heritage Restoration Fund are now open. Up to $15,000 is available for distribution among State and local heritage property owners located in the Naracoorte Lucindale Council area through a competitive application process. Application forms are available from Council Offices or at the following link: http:// www.naracoortelucindale.sa.gov.au/ heritagefundand Applications close 4pm on Tuesday, August 7.
ICONIC PERFORMANCE OF THE GREAT JOHNNY CASH Award winning and highly acclaimed Australian country singer Daniel Thompson and Golden Guitar winning, Telecaster picking, Australian country music legend Stuie French, along with their powerhouse backing band The Tennessee Express, are excited to bring Johnny Cash The Concert: Johnny Cash At Folsom Prison to the Hamilton Performing Arts Centre on July 28. In 1968, Johnny Cash walked on to stage at Folsom State Prison, California, and for the first time ever uttered his immortal words “Hello, I’m Johnny Cash”. Already a worldwide superstar, that iconic phrase and the 45 minute live album that followed, cemented Cash as a legend of popular culture that began his rise to the heights of fame over the next three years that has rarely been equalled. In 2018, Johnny Cash The Concert gives Cash fans the opportunity to relive the magic of the legendary Johnny Cash At Folsom Prison album. The show will not only feature the Folsom Prison album in its entirety from cover to cover, it will also feature a set of The Man in Black’s greatest hits from throughout his entire career.
LIBRARY PUTS OUT UMPHERSTON SINKHOLE S.O.S The Mount Gambier Library is asking for your help. Do you own or know of someone that may have historic photographs of Umpherston Sinkhole? In particular, the library is looking to source images from the 1970s when the sinkhole was being cleared and restored. The library would love to be able to take a copy to digitise and potentially use for any promotions. You can contact on Facebook or email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone (08)8721 2540.
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LIMESTONE COAST RESTAURANTS BRING HOME STATE HONOURS Mayura Station’s The Tasting Room and The Barn Steakhouse have both returned from the South Australian Savour Australia Restaurant & Catering 2018 Awards for Excellence with silverware. The Tasting Room took out the Steak Restaurant Award for Excellence and was also a finalist in the Tourism Restaurant category, while The Barn Steahkhouse won the Restaurant in a Hotel Award for Excellence, as well as being named a finalist in the Wine List category. Both businesses are no strangers to taking home Awards of Excellence. Below (top) - Mayura Station’s The Tasting Rooms’s head chef Mark Wright, who was at the awards on the night to accpet the award. Below (bottom) - The Barn Steakhouse’s Kent Comley accepting the Restaurant in a Hotel Award for Excellence at the 2018 Savour Australia Restaurant & Catering gala presentation.
Since announcing to the public that the Boandik Community Wellbeing Centre project was going ahead, the not-for-profit organisation has been busy preparing to launch a community partnership program to invite local businesses and individuals to partner in making this Centre for Limestone Coast
residents a reality. Cont. page 8 Above - Major donor Maria Belmonte (left) presents her $70,000 to Boandik Lodge CEO Gillian McGinty.
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From page 6 That program has received an almighty kickstart with three generous donations from individuals totalling $100,000, adding to the $150,000 coffer thanks to State Government funding through the Fund My Neighbourhood program. “We see this as a community project,” Boandik Lodge CEO Gillian McGinty said. “The centre will be open to the public, with the hydrotherapy pool, over 50s gymnasium and rehabilitation areas, accessible for all to use and that is why we are looking for others to partner with us in creating this great space.” There are three individuals who already shared the CEO’s vision with Maria Belmonte kicking in $70,000, Ken and Carol Stafford donating $25,000 and Shirley Maney handing over $5000. “A fantastic start to the
campaign and we are thrilled to have this support,” Ms McGinty said. “As a $4.8 million project, we hope many more contributors (financial and in-kind) join us in this important community partnership. This project is a great way for business and individuals to express their social conscience and belief that locals supporting locals can achieve great things for the benefit of our community.” The community partnership program is being officially launched this Thursday. “It’s a good cause,” Mrs Belmonte said. “The facility will be good for the whole community not just Boandik Lodge, but everyone. I am keen for the project to go ahead and wanted to support local people in our city.” The Stafford were also keen to support the centre. “To get a project like this to become a reality, we all need to
chip in and help as much as we can,” Mr Stafford said. “Locals supporting locals – that’s what it’s all about. We received a great deal of support when we were conducting our accountancy practice in Mount Gambier, so this is a way we can give back to the community.” Shirley Maney agreed. “It sounds like a wonderful project, something we can all use,” Mrs Maney said. “Great for our community. It’s very exciting and we are pleased to be able to help.” Boandik is a not-for-profit organisation. All financial donations over $2 are tax deductible. Above left - Carol and Ken Stafford present Boandik Lodge CEO Gillian McGinty (far left) with their $25,000cheque. Above - Shirley Maney anded over $5000 to Boandik Lodge.
GLENELG SHIRE ARTISTS HEADED TO NATIONAL EVENT Two Glenelg Shire artists have been handpicked to attend Australia’s leading regional arts conference, Artlands Victoria, this October. Portland painters Kya Duro and Robyn Hoe have each been awarded $1000 funding from Regional Arts Victoria to support their travels to the Bendigo and Castlemaine events, to be staged from October 10 to 14. The grant was awarded and funded in partnership with Glenelg Shire Council’s Arts and Culture Unit to ensure more regional voices were included in the conference. Regional Arts Victoria CEO Joe Toohey said the women were among 10 regional artists selected for the state-wide grant program. Glenelg Shire Council arts and culture manager Susie Lyons congratulated the two successful artists, noting it was a competitive application process. “We are so pleased that two of our shire’s artists will be representing our region at this important conference which brings together likeminded artists to share ideas, present work, and think tank new regional opportunities,” Ms Lyons said. “Kya is an emerging artist, in the foundations of her career, whilst Robyn, who is retired, is a Portlandbased painter looking to extend her practice and take up new opportunities.” To learn more about the conference visit www.artlands. com.au
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This timeless home, on a 1868m2 block has as many impressive features outside as it has in the home. There is a superb outdoor entertaining area overlooking beautifully Centrally located, this is a private and impressive grand maintained lush gardens and lawn, and there are two separate residence with a flexible floor plan with multiple formal and garages that accommodate up to four cars, with multiple access casual, spacious living areas. It boasts original features throughout, points plus carport. An inspection is a must. including Baltic floors, leadlight, ornate high ceilings, gorgeous fireplaces with mantles and a breathtaking central hallway. 4 bed 1 bath 4 car | $699,000 The kitchen is state-of-the-art featuring master chef jarrah, granite and stainless steel, as well as the luxury of a separate walk in pantry. Then thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a hobby and games room, complete with a dedicated storage room, as well as three or four airy and elegant bedrooms or office space. Solar panels, a wine cellar, a booth, lobby and sunroom are all part of this feature-packed property.
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81 Wehl Street North
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OPEN SATURDAY 10.00 - 10.30AM PRIVATE, PEACEFUL & PERFECT This appealing unit will ideally suit anyone looking for a low maintenance, exciting lifestyle being only a couple of minutes’ walk to the main street & equally as close to the bustling cafes & restaurants. The why to buy: • 2 spacious bedrooms • Master bedroom has a built-in robe • Fully renovated bathroom with separate toilet • Delightful kitchen with gas cooking & spacious pantry • Open plan kitchen, lounge/ dining • Mitsubishi Reverse cycle split system • LED lighting
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.
3 Ellard Street
DESIRABLE CENTRAL LOCATION This centrally located home will ideally suit first home buyers, investors or anyone looking for an exciting, low maintenance living. Currently tenanted at $235 per week. What we love about this property: 2 spacious bedrooms both with BIR & optional 3rd bedroom or family room upstairs, opening out to the balcony. Light filled open planned kitchen, living, dining area. Kitchen with stainless steel appliances.
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INVESTMENT OF THE WEEK $229,500
AFFORDABLE FAMILY HOME This low maintenance 3 bedroom family home is situated close to the Mount Gambier hospital & Market Place Shopping Centre. Neutral décor throughout. Main bedroom has an ensuite and all bedrooms have built in wardrobes. A 3 way main bathroom provides a practical space for the kids to get ready. Open plan dining/kitchen/lounge room. The kitchen is light and well set out with gas cooktop and dishwasher. Easy care grounds so you can relax in the outdoor entertaining area.
A TREASURE TROVE OF POTENTIAL IN A DREAM LOCATION Inviting an exciting future with endless opportunities, this original 3-bedroom, 1.5 bathroom & 2 spacious living area home, ticks all the right boxes for a comfortable family home with scope for future renovations. Why we love this home: Walk-in robe in the main bedroom with direct access to the spacious bathroom. BIRs in bedrooms 2 & 3. Second toilet. Solar Panels. 2 rainwater tanks. Amazing views. Large allotment. Located in the prestigious Jardine Street, minutes’ walk to the Oatmil Cinema, restaurants & cafes – this home won’t disappoint! Contact Vicki on 0417 804 782 to book in your inspection today!
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This affordable two bedroom home a large separate living area with slow combustion heating, separate toilet and an enclosed carport with roller door, all on a conveniently sized 300spm (approx.) allotment. Situated close to Tenison Woods Collage. This is a great opportunity for the investor. Current rent is $160 per week and tenanted until April 2019. This solid, 9ft ceiling home is ideal for the first home buyers or investors.
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ONE OF A KIND WITH ROOM TO MOVE Stunning views with an emphasis on natural light compliment this home. Offering 4 deluxe bedrooms. Opulent master bedroom with luxurious ensuite and walk in robe. Open plan kitchen, dining, living area with split/reverse cycle air-conditioning and slow combustion fire. Gourmet kitchen with quality stainless steel appliances, stone bench tops, picture window splash back and ample storage. Gorgeous three way bathroom with separate vanity. Double remote garage and rainwater.
19 Mayflower Court
SIMPLY STUNNING Vicki Quinn Real Estate is pleased to offer for sale this modern contemporary style 4 bedroom home located in Mount Gambier. Opulent in style and design this unique property features clean lines, solid Jarrah timber flooring, and an internal limestone feature wall. Resembling high end living, the master bedroom includes, a luxurious ensuite with sep toilet and double shower. The remaining 3 bedrooms are all double in size, have built in robes and are serviced by the lovely 3 way bathroom. Boasting high ceilings, there is electric cathedral style windows in the living area, Entertaining both inside and out has been made easy, gather around the stunning kitchen featuring a large island bench, 2 pak finish, gorgeous stone benchtops and highly functional walk in pantry. Stacker doors bring the outside in, which offers a built in barbecue on mains gas, built in fridge and stainless steel basin. Ceiling heaters allow for year round outside entertaining. Vehicle access is available to the rear yard that’s low maintenance with pop up sprinklers front and rear.
7A Lansell Street
BOASTING AN IDEAL LOCATION & INDIVIDUALITY Looking for something just that little bit different but don’t want to compromise on location? Oozing the ambience of a chalet rarely seen in this area. This quirky four bedroom home offers delightful outlooks to lush green foliage from just about every room. Multi level living areas provide plenty of space to be on your own while the lounge and dining rooms are lovely spaces for family entertaining. All bedrooms are a good size and the main offers a roomy ensuite and built in robes. Gas ducted heating under the floor ensure year round comfort. The exotic rear yard provides a private place to relax with family and friends in the warmer months. Internal access from the garage is available as is vehicle access through the garage to the rear yard. A short walk to the Lakes, main street or the New Rails Precinct.
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13 Ewens Court 3
OPEN SATURDAY 12.15 - 12.45PM 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.
Per week THE SURPRISE IS ON THE INSIDE Fully renovated 3-bedroom home with loads of extras. Stunning kitchen with s/steel appliances & ample cupboard & bench space. Opulent bathroom with clean lines. 3 bedrooms with builtin robes. Warmed by slow combustion heating & the convenience of split system reverse cycle heating/ cooling unit. Double length carport with remote roller door with rear yard access. Landscaped rear yard. Roller shutters on all windows, ideal for the shift worker.
14 Colonel Light Place
6 Eagle Court
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1/3 Arbor Street
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.
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ROOM FOR THE BOAT, THE VAN AND MUCH MUCH MORE Over 2 allotments approx. 1475m2 in total, situated close to the city centre. Mount Gambier stone home comprised of 3 bedrooms all a great size and with built in robes. Retro features throughout, spacious lounge with wood heating. Large dining room. Kitchen with induction cooktop and stainless steel dishwasher. Sparkling main bathroom with separate toilet. 45000 Litres of rain water plumbed to house.
6 Dolomite Drive
21 Turnbull Drive
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7 ST ANDREWS DRIVE MOUNT GAMBIER 4 BED I 2 BATH I 2 CAR MAKE A OFFER $650,000 Prestigious home in Attamurra Fairway Estates, 4 Bedroom 2 Bathroom three living areas, the perfect entertaining home completed to the highest quality, with fixtures, fittings and finishes you would expect to see in a premier home.
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.
20 O’LEARY RD MT GAMBIER 3 BED | 1 BATH | 1 CAR O’LEARY ON THE PARK $269,500 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.
26 YAHL MAIN ROAD, YAHL 4 BED | 2 BATH | 8 CAR
29 WALLACE STREET MOUNT GAMBIER 4 BED | 2 BATH | 3 CAR CHARACTER AND LOCATION $539,000 Be impressed by this beautifully cared for turn of the century dolomite villa, located on a large allotment in one of mount gambier’s prestigious streets. The property oozes character with its dolomite and stone features, veranders, lead lighting, high ceilings & ornate cornices,.
6 TENISON DRIVE 4 BED I 2 BATH I 10 CAR THE BEST ADDRESS $635,000 4 BED I 2 BATH I 10 CAR Make family life a breeze with perfect family home located in the popular tenison drive, having the southeasts premier private school at your back door step. Set on aproximate 2 acres of parklike gardens featuring tennis court, aproximate 85,000 litres of rain water.
UNDREARCT CONT 21 MCDONALD STREET MOUNT GAMBIER 3 BED | 1 BATH | 1 CAR LOCATION, LOCATION $215,000 -$225,000 What a opportunity to the first home owner, start out with this 3 bedroom brick and tile home in one of mount gambier’s premier locations. Large lounge with kitchen, meals. Timber kitchen, reverse cycle heating and cooling, huge enclosed alfresco area.
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.
4 TENISON DRIVE MOUNT GAMBIER 4 BED | 1 BATH | 4 CAR AFFORDABLE FAMILY LIFESTYLE $429,000 Located in the popular tenison drive this home would suit the family looking for that country lifestyle with the luxury of city living. Beautiful kitchen, classy bathroom, 2 large living areas, large out door patio for gathering easy care garden garaging, carport, bore & parklike setting.
UNDREARCT CONT 7 LIVINGSTON STREET MT GAMBIER 3 BED I 1 BATH I 1 CAR LOCATION, CLASSY, PERFECT $255,000 - $265,000 Be impressed and inspect this renovated home located close to schools, shops and sporting ovals. New counrty kitchen, dishwasher 5 burner stove. Stunning bathroom with floor to ceiling tiles, polished floor boards, open lounge, central gas heating & main bedroom with wir.
97-99 SUTTONTOWN RD MT GAMBIER 4 BED | 1 BATH | 4 CAR
25 ELDRIDGE DRIVE MT GAMBIER
Check out this rare property of over 4,000 sq/m in mount gambier city. Ideal for the young family looking for space and enjoy park like surrounds with the luxury of city living. 4 bedrooms 2 living areas, galley kitchen and meals area, slow combustion heating, plus heating and cooling unit.
GOLF AT YOUR BACK DOOR $465,000 Located next to the mt gambier golf course this home offers opportunities. Country home, lifestyle and still close to all of the cities benefits. 4 bedroom home, 2 bathrooms, 4th bedroom designed for small business. 2 living areas, large covered semi enclosed patio area.
SOLD 1 SAVANNAH COURT MT GAMBIER
ALL YOU COULD WISH FOR 11 MALLEE STREET MOUNT GAMBIER 4 BED | 1 BATH | 4 CAR
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.
2 AUVALE CRESCENT MT GAMBIER 3 BED | 1 BATH | 1 CAR
BENGALEE SUBDIVISION PERFECT BUILDING ALLOTMENT FROM $115,000 Looking to build your dream home, well come and walk over these amazing building allotments ready for building. Range of builders and plans available or you can enjoy the luxury of designing yor own home. Stunning views over mt gambier, which can never be built out. Located minutes from bunnings and market place.
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.
8/151 COMMERCIAL STREET WEST MOUNT GAMBIER 2 BED | 1 BATH | 2 CAR
210 COMMERCIAL STREET WEST MOUNT GAMBIER 3 BED | 1 BATH | 4 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.
IDEAL SMALL BUSINESS OR OFFICES $210,000 Wow what an opportunity to create a great asset in mount gambiers commercial street. Create a office/ commercial hub, a home, development or an investment. Solid stone home on a corner allotment with great vehicle access for parking.
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4 Jacaranda Court
27 Peake Street
12 Catharina Place
28 Derwent Court
2 Aquarius Court
NEW PRICE 3
Tightly held location, solid & spacious home with 2 living areas and fantastic outdoor entertaining + extra shedding. OPEN This home offers all a SAT family desires. 9.30 - 10.00
84 Lake Terrace East
Easy care living at its best. A wonderful solid constructed Torrens Title homette, perfect for an investor or retiree. OPEN Well maintained, with SAT loads of appeal. No 9.30 - 10.00 strata fees!
20 Cobblestone Court
Immaculately presented throughout, this family delight will impress the fussiest of buyers. Designed for the OPEN whole family to enjoy SAT – exceptional! Comes 10.15 - 10.45 with bonus shedding.
15 Renfrey Place
Perfectly positioned, three bedrooms, main with ensuite and walk in robe, large open plan kitchen/living/dining, OPEN 5kw solar system. SAT 10.15 - 10.45 19 – 21 Unger Street, Blackfellows Caves
Classy Family home in popular Conroe Heights, spacious and stunning and an entertainers delight – an inspection will not OPEN disappoint! SAT 11.00 - 11.30
29 Gwendoline Street
Lovely north facing Mount Gambier stone home full of warmth and charm – a gorgeous family home – inspection a OPEN must! SAT 11.00 - 11.30
Take a deep breath before you enter this amazing property – because it will take your breath away! First impressions count and you won’t be disappointed here – the definition of splendour! In conjunction with Key2Sale Real Estate.
1 Shaughnessy Court
BENGALEE CRESCENT – Stage 4
Premium allotments within Aramanta Estate, sweeping views of Mount Gambier, sizes ranging from 731m2 to 1,069m2. All services, fully fenced and retained. Ready to choose your dream block! Lot 50 – $120,000. Lot 57 – $115,000 Lot 51 – SOLD. Lot 58 – $115,000 Lot 52 – $130,000. Lot 85 – $135,000 Lot 53 – $135,000. Lot 86 – $128,000 Lot 54 – $120,000. Lot 87 – $128,000 Lot 55 – $115,000. Lot 88 – $128,000 Lot 56 – HOLD Lot 89 – $130,000
NEW PRICE 1
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!
14 Shadylyn Close
33 Stiles Street
A tastefully updated homette – perfect for the investor or small family. Low maintenance living & popular location close to parklands, shops & schools.
4 Bengalee Crescent
5 bedrooms all with built in robes, main with ensuite and walk in robe. Spacious kitchen/living/dining + large formal living.
Affordable beachside retreat. Large double allotment with loads of room for extra shedding. Tidy & functional home only a stone’s throw from the water. Bring the boat and stack the esky!
Held in the same family this charming home is oozing potential for a growing family. Large block approx 1,170m2 & inner city location – Genuine homes like this don’t come up often!
18 Eldridge Drive Worrolong
226 Glencoe Road Glencoe
$115,000 TO $135,000
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!
Lovely affordable home on 2067m (approx.) two titles, country living with restful westerly outlook, bore and rainwater, fantastic community to raise a family. The possibilities are endless!
Units 1, 2 & 3/8C Helen Street
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.
$695,000 as a whole GREAT INVESTMENT PROPERTY Freehold only, add to your Super portfolio. Enjoying great returns. Secure long term leases, U1 leased at $21,289 + GST. U2 leased at $21,289 + GST, U3 leased at $21,289 + GST Enquire now for further details.
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!
7A Lansell Street
Set on a prime Mount Gambier Street is this must see double storey family home, whilst the locale is quiet, you are only a casual stroll to the central hub of the city or the iconic Blue Lake. In conj with Vicki Quinn R/E.
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160 Wireless Road West
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7 Billing Road, Worrolong
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46 Commercial Street West
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6 Kalimna Crescent
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3B Gebhardt Close
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27 Landscape Lane, OB Flat
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6 Davis Crescent
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33 Stiles Street
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45 Sassanowsky Road, Suttontown
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160 Wireless Road West
Avail Now 3 1 3 $180 pw • 3 bedroom Bungalow style • Kitchen/dine with electric cook • Property on sales market • Slow combustion heating in lounge • Enclosed porch off front verandah • Pets negotiable
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33 Stiles Street
Avail 23/7/18 5 2 2 $370 pw • 5 bedrooms all with BIR’s, main with ens & WIR • Open plan kitch/living/dine with gas & elec cook • Formal lounge overlooking park lands • 3 way second bathroom • Reverse cycle aircon • Close to Mulga St Primary School • Pets neg. • Property on sales market
3B Gebhardt Close
Avail Now 3 1 2 $285 pw • 3 Bedrooms main with walk in robe & others with built ins • Three way bathroom • Open living-lounge/dining/kitchen with gas cooking & dishwasher • Ducted gas heating • Under cover deck • Double Garage UMR with internal access • Freshly painted throughout • No pets
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27 Gwendoline Street
a approx 934m2
Highest and Best offers by the 24th August 2018 at 12pm at office of agent. (Unless sold beforehand). This impressive Return Verandah Villa is situated on a coveted 1398m2 (approx.) corner allotment an easy walking distance to the Blue Lake and the city’s cafes, Restaurants and great shopping.
1 Melleray Court
25 Bertha Street
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.
2 Bray Street
a approx 5,000m2 each $159,500 each
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.
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.
2 Old Kent Court
17 Yahl Main Road Yahl
28 Jubilee Highway West
9 Longmire Terrace
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.
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.
Springview Stage 2, Mount Gambier
1,209m2 (approx). Exceptional beachside property footsteps from the seafront. Amazing sea views & room for the boat, surfboards and all the toys. Inspect asap!
11 Fairlie Street
15 Buffalo Crescent
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.
21-23 Compton Street, Port MacDonnell
Prepare to be delighted, when you step inside this superb and deceptively spacious family home, located in the Lady Nelson precinct an easy stroll to the City centre. This home will be snapped up very quickly. - it’s that good!
11 Graney Court
NEW PRICE 3
A solid and spacious home - ideal for the growing family. Add your touch and reap the rewards with this fantastic home in a popular location. Large allotment with room for extra shedding. Only minutes to the city centre.
2/56 Brownes Road
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.
22 Lansell Street
Stage 2 “Collins Street”. A truly exciting subdivision. Sizing from 1,194m2 to 2,492m2. Sewer, power, Telstra and water available. Two allotments left!
63 Cape Douglas Road, Cape Douglas
9 Ibis Street
Attractive home in quiet location offering good sized rooms and close to the Tafe precinct, hospital and short drive to the market place. Deceivingly spacious – a fantastic family home.
7 Venice Court
NEW PRICE 2
A solid and trendy unit, ideal for investment or one to call home. Updated kitchen, generous room sizes & located in a quality group. Close to schools & shops. A smart choice!
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.
Sought after location loaded with features, tastefully renovated kitchen/living/dining equipped with chef quality appliances. The rear yard boasts a 10m X 10m (approx) industrial quality workman’s shed fully powered and designed with sliding doors for easy access for the larger toys!
Absolute beachfront – A breathtaking seaside escape. Low maintenance home unrestricted sea views & large outdoor entertaining. Enjoy swimming, surfing & fishing at your doorstep.
A generous size home located in a quiet cul-de-sac. All the necessities the modern family requires. Spacious living areas, outdoor entertaining & rear yard access.
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7 Billing Road, Worrolong
53 Commercial Street East
3B Mitchell Street
3A Mitchell Street
• Harrold St • 1/2 James Street • 2/2 James Street • 20 Sturt Street
Avail 27/8/18 3 1 2 $220 pw • Three bedroom home • Two bedrooms with built-in robes • Lounge with gas heater & cooling wall unit • Eat in electric kitchen • Double carport detached • Lawns maintained • No Pets
• 2 & 3/193 Commercial Street West
• 23-25 Commercial Street West
• 3A Mitchell Street
• Approximately 86.4 metres square • Large open flexible floor plan • Separate kitchen/storage • Rear parking area • Separate store area
• Approx. 54 metres square • Large open flexible floor plan • Front and rear access to building • Separate kitchenette with gas hot water service • Rear parking area • Store Room • POA
• Approximately 47.5 metres square • Large open flexible floor plan • Front and rear access to building • Rear parking area • Store room
• 53 Commercial Street East • 3B Mitchell Street
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COLLECTED STUPIDITY - SHAPE UP... By ROBBIE TANSEL One of the great things about Donna coming into my life, is that I’m now aware of every one of my faults. She gave me a couple of months thinking that everything was great about me, and I was funny and good looking and borderline perfect. But she has spent most of the rest of our time together making sure I’m aware that I’m really quite inadequate as a human being. Recently she told me that I’m weird. Hearing from a loved one that you’re weird is something of a shock. I don’t think many of us think of ourselves as weird. Unique, maybe. Interesting, quite possibly. It turns out that they might simply be the politically correct version of weird. Donna decided to share with me that I was weird following me sharing information that I thought would be highly useful to her. I’m sure you’re all going to appreciate it. Here goes. I’ve worked out what’s wrong with Chicken Crimpies. I’m going to assume that you all know that Chicken Crimpies are a type of biscuit in the Arnott’s Shapes family. I like most of the biscuits in the Shapes family. I have always liked the classic Barbecue Shapes, especially eating the red seasoning after all the biscuits are done. Savoury Shapes have always been one of my favourite Shapes varieties Pizza Shapes are delicious. I’ve gotten into Cheese and Bacon Shapes over the last couple of years. I’m even quite fond of Nacho Cheese Shapes. When Arnott’s lost their mind and changed the recipe for many of their classic biscuits a couple of years ago I even liked the new recipes. I stuck with Arnott’s throughout this whole saga and persisted in eating the new and not improved in any way recipe. I’m responsible for a large number of the over 53 million boxes of shapes consumed in Australia each year. But I try to avoid Chicken Crimpies, which are a bit of a favourite for most folks. I sometimes eat somewhere where they sell a variety of Shapes biscuits mixed up in a Tupperware container and when I purchase them I always request no Chicken Crimpies. The stupid thing is, when I do actually eat Chicken Crimpies I enjoy the taste of them. It’s not that I dislike the taste of the biscuit. For years I’ve wondered why I actually avoid eating them then. Imagine my excitement when I worked it out this week. Have I built it up enough yet? Is the anticipation driving you crazy? I’ve got a feeling that this will be revolutionary and lead to huge changes. The problem with Chicken Crimpies is that they’re out of scale with the
rest of the Shapes family. All of the other shapes are roughly the same size, but for some reason Arnott’s decided to make Chicken Crimpies twice as large as all of the rest. An issue which is less urgent, but still irritating with the Chicken Crimpies is that every single one of them is exactly the same, whereas the other shapes again have a little more individuality. Another criticism of Chicken Crimpies, is they’re a bit too thick. Again, this
is not consistent with other shapes. Finally all the other shapes have straight sides, and for some reason Chicken Crimpies are a weird oval shaped cloud thing. Chicken Crimpies are the biscuit equivalent of throwing a few pieces of Duplo into your Lego collection. Clearly being excited about this revelation doesn’t make me weird. It makes me a visionary, I think you’d all agree. With this knowledge now in hand, I am petitioning Arnott’s by email to get this issue sorted. I think we’ll all be much happier when Chicken Crimpies are smaller, consistent with the rest of the Shapes. If you think it would be better to increase the size of all the other shapes to make them consistent with Chicken Crimpies email me at robbietansel@ gmail.com Let’s be honest, as soon as
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you imagined double sized barbecue shapes, you immediately concluded you
wouldn’t eat them. And people think there’s something wrong with me.
13-day Sri Lanka group journey FULLY ESCORTED FROM MOUNT GAMBIER Experience Sri Lanka and its many cultures, varied history and friendly locals as part of this group itinerary. Highlights Visit the Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage • Anuradhapura Ancient Kingdom • Sigiriya Rock Fortress • Dambulla Cave Temple • Peradeniya Botanical Garden & Kandy Temple of the tooth cultural dance Itinerary Negombo • Dambulla • Kandy • Wellawaya • Yala National Park • Galle Includes Return economy ﬂights • 4-star accommodation throughout • All transfers & transport • All sightseeing & entrance fees • Travel insurance^ • Breakfast daily • Welcome & farewell dinner • Two bottles of water daily Departs 01 April 2019
86 Commercial Street West, Mount Gambier | 8725 7888 email@example.com | www.bandptravel.com.au *Conditions apply: Prices are per person twin share, $820 supplement for single room, ex MGB in AUD unless otherwise speciﬁed. Prices are correct as at 12 Jul 18 & are subject to change without notice & availability at time of booking. Prices are based on minimum passenger number & should this number not be reached, the price may increase, the tour may not be escorted, or the tour may not proceed. Seasonal surcharges & single supplements may apply, & prices may vary due to currency ﬂuctuations & changes to taxes & surcharges. Valid for new bookings only & not combinable with any other offers. ^Travel insurance is subject to addition of pre-existing medical conditions. A non-refundable deposit of $1,000 is due at time of booking, ﬁnal payment is due no later than 90 days prior to departure. Further conditions may apply. Booking, credit card & cancellation fees may apply. ATAS No. A13748.
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AT A GLANCE
BUDDING FILM MAKERS GET SOME TIPS FROM THE EXPERTS The Port MacDonnell Community Complex was a busy place during the recent school holidays, with children coming from near and far to participate in various activities that the complex had planned. Some of the popular
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events held at the Port MacDonnell Community Complex included slimemaking and cupcake-decorating sessions, as well as a Teddy Bears’ Picnic, where children brought with them their favourite teddy and a plate of food for a shared morning tea. Other crafting activities included key rings
and bag tags, tea lights, money boxes and pen holders, dream catchers, paper Mache jewellery boxes and framed foam art. Community complex manager Eve Carlin said that a lot of fun was had over the course of the holidays, and staff thoroughly enjoyed the buzz and excitement of the two week period.
FRIENDLY REMINDER TO ALL SPORTING & RECREATION CLUBS All Sporting & Recreational Clubs across the Naracoorte Lucindale Council area are strongly encouraged to attend a FREE All Sporting Club Information Forum on Monday, August 6, at 6pm, at the Naracoorte Town Hall. There are more than 50 sports & recreation clubs in the Naracoorte Lucindale area. The information provided will ensure your club is well-informed to plan for building works and projects (both large and small) or seek grant funding or support from council. Future plans your club might have for development, new initiatives, infrastructure upgrades or projects, will need to be well prepared and structured. To ensure your club receives up to date information and to put your club in a good position to work with council when developing a project, seeking financial or in kind support or letters of support it is strongly recommended at least one representative from your club attends the forum. Council generally prefers to work with and support clubs that are proactive in planning projects and activities. Council supports sporting and recreational clubs via the Community Chest, providing loans or grants and providing letters of support for other grant opportunities such as from the Office for Recreation and Sports. RSVP by August 1 for seating purposes online at https://www.naracoortelucindale.sa.gov.au/sports or by phoning council on (08)8760 1100 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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COMMUINITY GROUPS INVITED TO APPLY FOR COUNCIL WINDFALL Are you a member of a local community, sporting or recreational group in the Wattle Range Council? Is there a project or event that you are planning that could benefit from council’s financial support? Applications for Round 1 of Council’s 2018/19 Financial Assistance Grants are now open, and applications for grants of up to $2000 will be considered. Guidelines and forms are available at Council’s offices or on the Council’s website. Applications close at 5pm on Friday, August 17. Members of the Beachport Bowling Club successfully applied for funds to purchase a new BBQ in the last round of Council’s community grants program and Mayor Peter Gandolfi popped by to check it out (pictured).
INDOOR RECREATION CENTRE PLANS PROGRESS It has been a bit of a case of all quiet on the Western Front when it comes to the progress of the Mount Gambier and Surrounds Indoor/Outdoor Aquatic and Recreation Centre but some key steps have been taken in the proposed project, including the appointment of an architectural team and the establishment of the Community Reference Group, which is set to work hand in hand with council’s working party on the project. With those two major announcements unveiled, council is quick to point out, the project is still far from a fait accompli and the community still has many unanswered questions and valid concerns. But when it comes to garnering significant government funding, the like of which a $40million project requires, detailed proposals and costings must be on hand, ready to plead the case at any given moment and so the wheels have been and continue to be in motion, since the Mount Gambier City Council resolved to pursue the project, based not only on the strong showing at the inaugural community meeting earlier this year and the 10,000-plus signature petition but on more than three decades of council and the community flirting with the idea of such a community facility. DesignInc, an Adelaide based firm, which has local connections through three staff members with close ties to the district, has secured the design contract, beating out 20
other well credentialled rivals. They are the architectural practice behind the Campbelltown Recreation Centre, which has been one of the case studies council has visited and investigated as part of their research into a similar facility in Mount Gambier, and personnel visited the proposed Olympic Park site last Friday as they embark on creating the blueprint for the proposed community project. And don’t think the time for consultation is over. “This project still needs analysis with stakeholders,” Ms Nagy said. “We need to clear about its purposes and uses.” One of the crucial elements to firming up the project is the financial analysis and that is a work in progress as we speak. “We need to ensure we are getting value for money,” Ms Nagy said. “We need to work out the operational
costs and feed them into our financial planning.” While council waits on news from its expression of interest that was submitted to the Federal Government for funding, the work continues regardless of that outcome. “That will put us in a great position to take advantage of funding opportunities that may arise in the future,” Ms Nagy said. “You never get a big window to apply.” cont. opp. page. Above - The inaugural meeting of the Community Reference Group with council staff and the working party last week.
COMMUNITY REFERENCE GROUP Graham Dowie; Julie Moran; Scott Martin; Tom Kosch; Phil Lowe; Hazel Grant; Lisa Thomas; James Stephenson; Jamie MacDonald; Yvette Holmes; Matthew Charlton; Peter Collins; Nathan Stratford; Jordie Gower; Nick Watson; Ethan Hopgood & Matthew Sutton
WHAT THE KEY PLAYERS ARE SAYING... ANDREW LEE – MOUNT GAMBIER MAYOR “…we are confident at this point in time that we will pass the EOI (expression of interest) stage and if we don’t get it, funding always comes and goes, comes and goes, comes and goes and every time the Federal Government announces something we are already prepared to put something together in a short period of time…” NATHAN STRATFORD – COMMUNITY REFERENCE GROUP “…our role is an advocating role and feeding back to the councillors and various project managers so the community views are put back through us…hopefully we come up with some great ideas that benefit the whole community…” YVETTE HOLMES – COMMUNITY REFERENCE GROUP “…I’m passionate for the community and the centre is something I would like to see happen…” lifestyle1.net | 26
SCOTT MARTIN – COMMUNITY REFERENCE GROUP “…we have a lot of talented sporting people here but the sporting facilities are not up to scratch…” CR IAN VON STANKE “…you have to remember we want this to cater for the catchment area for the whole Lower South East, the Grant District, Glenelg Shire, Naracoorte area and Wattle Range – our catchment could be 90,000…” CR. FRANK MORELLO “…it will be an intergenerational facility…” “…there’s the opportunity for the centre to be a major contributor in terms of tourism, economic development and health and well being and with our climate it makes sense to have an indoor recreational facility…” “…the community came together and pushed for this - we are responding to a community push to build an indoor recreational and sports centre.
Now it’s about clarity and education. There are legitimate questions in the community about what will it (the centre) be and how will it affect my rates and we will answer those questions when we have all the facts…” JUDITH NAGY – MOUNT GAMBIER CITY COUNCIL ACTING CEO “…we had a great meeting (with the community reference group) last night (July 17), full of enthusiasm and energy. If all my meetings were like that my job would always be a joy... “ “…without successful funding this project can’t go ahead – the funding is the key… “ “…if we don’t put the work in to get the money it will just go somewhere else…” “…this is an investment for the community – the rail lands is a good example where every $1 invested by council has seen $3 go back into the community…”
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From opp. page Having regional and metropolitan centres, similar in size and function, around South Australia to visit and tap into their experience in creating a community hub, has also been invaluable. “The site visits have been important,” Ms Nagy said. “I’m not saying we won’t make our own mistakes but we’ll certainly give it a shot and we have all that knowledge.” It is that consultation that saw the change from a smaller $25million project to the larger $40million facility. “They all said the utilisation of their centres was way above any of their
projected levels and if they had their time again they would go bigger,” Ms Nagy said. The good news on the operational costs front, is Campbelltown City Council has confirmed that ratepayers have not had to contribute in any way to their centre, which has been one of the facilities most closely researched by the Mount Gambier City Council. Member For Barker Tony Pasin said the assessment process of council’s funding application would take at least three months and that he supported the notion of a public poll to provide more formal support for the project. (See Member for Mount Gambier Troy Bell’s comments below)
NARACOORTE TO HOST BLOOD DONATION SERVICE It only takes an hour to donate blood, but it could change someone’s life. The Australian Red Cross Blood service will be visiting the Naracoorte Town Hall on the following dates: Monday 30 July 2pm to 6pm Tuesday 31 July 10.30am to 7pm Wednesday 1 August 11am to 7pm Thursday 2 August 7.30am to 12pm Make an appointment today online at the following link: https://www.donateblood.com.au/ blood-donor-centre/naracoortemobile-donor-centre
NEW DEADLINE FOR COMPETITION Entries for the images of the Millicent category of Wattle Range Council’s photographic competition are being extended to Friday, September 28. Photographs should be in full colour and horizontal/landscape in orientation. For entry details contact the Millicent Library and Gallery on (08)8733 0903.
“…it (the centre) will be a multipurpose centre but it can’t be all things to all people…” CR HANNA PERSELLO “… the EOI locks in certain aspects of it (the project) but it is up to us now to massage that into what we really do need for our community…” “…there will be a cost for users but hopefully not a great cost for ratepayers…” TROY BELL – MEMBER FOR MOUNT GAMBIER “…I’ve had two meetings with Steven Marshall, the Premier, and I’ve raised it (the centre)… “…there are three things that need to happen (to get State Government funding). Firstly, there needs to be a clear mandate from the community that they want it – whether that’s a poll or a vote – secondly, there needs to be accurate costings, especially the cost to ratepayers, and thirdly, that there is that Federal Government contribution. There’s a long way to go with it. To make an informed decision, the community needs to have all the facts on the table and I know the Mount Gambier City Council is working on that at the moment…”
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SENRM WAGES WAR ON WEEDS The land managers of the future are now better equipped to tackle pest plants in the environment thanks to the South East Natural Resources Management Board’s Weed Warriors school program. Natural Resources Management Officer Aidan Laslett said the aim of the program was to interact with local school students and to equip them to manage weeds throughout the South East. “The Weed Warriors program combined classroom learning with practical outdoor activities,” Mr Laslett said. “It was designed to teach students about the impact pest plants have on the environment, agriculture and personal safety.” Grant High School teacher Josh Praolini has been involved with the Weed Warriors program for more than two years including classroom sessions and field trips participating in on-ground weed control. One such field trip involved removing Coastal tea-tree and Polygala at Port MacDonnell. “Today has been really exciting to put some of that theory into practice,” Mr Praolini said.
“It also gives the kids a chance to have a bit of ownership of the nature around Mount Gambier.” Although the Weed Warriors program has come to an end, it is hoped that the key messages live on. “Through the Weed Warriors program over the past five years, we’ve interacted with hundreds of students,” Mr Laslett said. “These students are the land managers of the future, whether it be a big farm or a backyard in town, so we hope they’ll continue to be able to control and identify weeds and be aware of the issues around weeds in our environment.” The Weed Warriors program is supported by Natural Resources South East through funding from the Australian Government’s National Landcare Program. Natural Resources Management Officers are available across the region to provide advice to landholders about pest plants and animals. To get in touch, visit the Natural Resources South East Website for details of your closest NRM Officer or call the Natural Resources Centres in Mount Gambier (08)87351177 or Keith (08)87551620.
TOYS BACK ON OFFER AT NARACOORTE LIBRARY The Naracoorte Toy Library service is once again up and running at the Naracoorte Public Library, 165 Smith Street, Naracoorte. There are around 400 toys that can be borrowed that support a child’s skill development and imagination. The toys available cover all stages of growth and development and provide an extension to the recreation and educational value of toys available at home. Borrowing toys at the Naracoorte Public Library is free to children with a library membership. Three toys may be borrowed for two weeks on a child’s card. All community members are welcome to join the
Naracoorte Public Library, to become a member contact the library on (08)8762 2338 or register online at www.libraries. sa.gov.au/naracoorte Becoming a member of the library gives you access to all public libraries across SA with a single card, and access to over 4 million items. Naracoorte Lucindale Mayor Erika Vickery said the Naracoorte Lucindale Council would like to thank the Naracoorte South Primary School for running the Toy Library since 2010. If you are interested in volunteering to support the Toy Library contact the library on (08)8762 2338.
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RAM SALE ONE OF THE SHEEPVENTION PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS Sheepvention’s unique pen of five ram sale will again be the highlight of the second day of the event. The ram sale has long been a major part of the field days. Set to be held on Tuesday August 7, keen buyers can view the rams on Monday in the Wool Shed Selling Centre. All the rams will be judged on the Monday with the Best Pen of Five Rams announced at 12 pm. The resurgence of the wool market has certainly peaked interest and encouraged entries. A well known Tasmanian Stud has decided to enter the sale at Sheepvention. Trefusis Merinos from Ross, in the central midlands, has entered a pen of rams for the first time. Stud co-owner Georgie Wallace said she had judged at Hamilton Show many years ago, but this will be the first time bringing rams up for the sale. “Sheepvention is recognised widely as a renowned sale for both stud and commercial rams,” she said. “The market in Tasmania is quite limited and it is a good opportunity to bring our rams over to Victoria and showcase to a wider audience. We have had some good success in the last couple of years with Grand Champion fleeces at Bendigo Sheep Show and are really pleased with how the sheep are performing there too, so we thought it was about time to bring them over to Sheepvention.” Sheepvention president Will Kinghorn said he wished to thank all the 60 studs that have entered and wished good luck to all the vendors for the sale. “I know it will be a fabulous marketing opportunity for all of you as well as a top priced sale.,” he said. “Sale numbers are up and 295 rams will be offered in pens of five. The committee is also delighted to welcome back Blackwood Corriedales also from Tasmania. Blackwood Corriedales have been a great supporter of the sale and their entries were highly sought after last year. We also welcome back a pen of Prime Samm South African meat Merinos.” Sheepvention will be held on August 6 and 7 at the Hamilton Showgrounds, Hamilton Victoria. Ram sale catalogues re now available online. Tickets can be purchased from www. hamiltonshowgrounds.com.au
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Twelve months after debuting the #410 R&J Batteries Geiser Bros Trophy Truck at the Waikerie Hotel ARB Riverland Enduro 300, Greg Gartner and Jamie Jennings returned to take the outright win at the 40th edition of the race. In the hunt from the outset, Gartner battled with the buggies of #93 Aaron James and #971 Scott Schiller before stepping in to the outright lead on lap 4. Aaron James then charged back on the final lap, before tangling with another buggy just a few kilometres from the finish, to leave Gartner to power home for the outright win in an overall time of 3hr 7min 33 seconds. “We are really happy to be back on top of the podium, the Geiser Bros truck is just powering from strength to strength," Gartner said. "We didn’t have any major issues or problems, apart from the dust, which goes with the territory. We only got the engine back the Tuesday before Waikerie. Craig Carrison worked tirelessly to get the V8 built after Finke and fortunately the parts came from the USA on time. It was a really big effort to get here and I’d really like to thank Craig, Michael and the rest of the team for getting it all together while I was away on business. It just ran flawlessly. We were fourth outright last year and stepped it up to first this year, the truck suits the track here. It’s the kind of place that you need to choose carefully where to push hard, as you could easily tear the truck up. We’re stoked with the truck, and I’m getting more confidence every time I drive it.” After breezing through scrutineering on the Friday night and a frosty start to proceedings during Saturday morning's track reconnaisance, the prologue got the blood pumping at 11.30am. The event organisers introduced a new prologue format, where drivers could opt to take a second crack at the prologue, with the time good or bad standing from their final run. “We had two runs at the prologue," Gartner said. "We tested the 39 inch Toyos on the first run and were happy with them, but for the second run we switched back to the 37s which loosened the truck up a bit. Unfortunately we ran out of brakes and nearly put it on to the road, which wasn’t ideal. However we still managed to cut some time off and finished fifth and we were happy with that. Sunday morning we started on the 37’s to get a feel for the track on the first lap, it’s always a but slippery with loose rocks until it is swept. We didn’t push too hard and looked after the tyres. On the second lap we started to push, sending it off the road jump and snapping it through the gears on the fast straights, while remaining cautious about what the rear tyres would be like with the rocks. We came in at the end of the third lap for our 1 hour service and the rear tyres were destroyed. We fuelled it, put the 39s on and got going ready for the last two laps. We knew we’d need to push with Scott Schiller in front, plus Aaron James just behind. We had to be patient, go fast where we could and be a bit steadier through the thick dust and slower vehicles. The 39’s were great and hooked up really well. We had to make 30 seconds up on Aaron James in the last half of the final lap, but unfortunately it looked like Aaron hit another buggy 3km from home. We were lucky enough to get through and make it to the finish line in first spot. Thanks to all involved who have worked tirelessly to put the event on. The 40th Riverland Enduro was fantastic and we’re looking forward to next year already.” Greg Gartner Motorsport heads to another happy hunting ground, the Rainbow Desert Enduro, for the final round of the AORC, then if all goes to plan the #410 R&J Batteries truck may head north to Gundy after that. “I’d like to thank R&J Batteries, Fuchs, Toyo Tyres Australia, CASE IH Agriculture, Hage Tractors, ATI Industrial, Geiser Bros, Craig Carrison Race Engines, JB Irrigation, CJM Attachments, Millicent Tyre Centre, CAPPA Motorbodies, Dirtcomp, Albins and all our crew for their continued support,” Gartner said.
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11. Which SEABL team is star Opal Lauren Jackson set to coach in 2019? 12. Which W-League franchise does former Mount Gambier athlete Jenna McCormick call home? 13. Former West Gambier star Tim O’Brien wears number 23 for Hawthorn – name the two premiership forwards who wore that number prior to O’Brien becoming a Hawk? 14. Australian Geoff Hunt was a long standing world number one in which sport? 15. Who is captain of the Super Netball team Queensland Firebirds? 16. Emily Smith is the captain of which Australian sporting team? 17. Who was named the player of the tournament for the 2018 World Cup? 18. Who won the 2015 NRL premiership? 19. Who is the coach of the Adelaide Strikers? 20. Which former Australian captain announced her retirement from international netball earlier this month?
ANSWERS 1. France d Croatia 4-2; 2. Shannon Hurn; 3. Kevin Anderson; 4. Volleyball; 5. National Hockey League (ice hockey); 6. Melbourne Vixens; 7. Andrej Lemanis; 8. Three; 9. Five; 10. Four; 11. Lady Bandits; 12. Adelaide United (Lady Reds); 13. Dermott Brereton and Lance Franklin; 14. Squash; 15. Gabi Simpson; 16. Hockeyroos; 17. Luka Modric; 18. North Queensland Cowboys; 19. Jason Gillespie; 20. Laura Geitz
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Two years ago Georgia Hood was part of an Australian Under 19 line-up that competed in the Softball Australia Friendship Series and she was again part of that line-up in Brisbane earlier this month. Taking on a Queensland team, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea, the two Australian line-ups played off in the title decider with Georgia’s Gold team stumbling at the final hurdle to the Green team. Leading 4-1 in the title decider, Georgia was replaced on the mound, and unfortunately Green had a horror final innings to go down 4-5. The Friendship Series and the national championships, which are held in January, are the two main events national selectors canvas to select the Youth World Cup line-up – a line-up both Georgia and her older sister, Amber, were part of last year. Selected as a pitcher and also spending some time at first base, Georgia was happy with her form on the mound but would have liked to perform better in the batting box but as her training ramps up for the 2018/19 State Softball League season and preparations for the 2019 nationals, she would expect that to improve. As always, Georgia has been training hard under the watchful eye of her mother Tanya, and in defence
of her batting, recent weather made getting out into the batting cage very difficult, but she was still training around 3-4 times a week, focussing on her pitching and some general strength and fitness. The Friendship Series was played in conjunction with the Under 23 national championships with Amber Hood and Demons star
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Cody Manning part of the SA line-up. Amber had a strong tournament as catcher and doing some damage with the bat, but mainly her speed, both as a fielder and a base runner. Having relocated to Adelaide, Amber does miss the luxury of training with her mother, Tanya, but is determined to keep her name front and centre on the national stage. “It is a big jump from the 19s to under 23 and it was great to have that opportunity,” Amber said. “To play with some really experienced players was fantastic.” The step back to State representation for Cody, after a four year hiatus when she was part of the 17 & Under team, was a huge learning curve but has inspired the talented utility to work hard on her game and give the Under 23 championships another try. “I really loved it,” Cody said. “I was worried about even trialling because the competition here is nowhere near as strong as it used to be and so you are not used to playing at that level but to have that coaching and play with those players, I have a lot to take away and I am really going to work on my game.” Much like the Hood girls, Cody has her own secret training weapon – her partner Kyall McClean, a talented baseballer, who has the skills
and knowledge to work with Cody, who also works with Tanya and Georgia when possible as well. Cody played third base and left field at the national championships, where the SA team finished fourth. Left - Georgia Hood in action representing Australia at Under 19 level. Above - Amber Hood & Cody Manning were part of the fourth placed South Australian team at the recent Under 23 national softball championships.
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TIGHT MATCHES IN LOWER SOUTH EAST HOCKEY
FAMOUS HAWKS VICTORY SET TO BE CELEBRATED THIS WEEKEND The Sims family is synonymous with the South Gambier Football Club so the first surprising chapter of the Kongorong Football Club’s 1998 premiership success is that Peter Sims, the man who would return to Blue Lake Sports Park and mastermind its most successful era, was at the helm of the Hawks. “I really wanted to try coaching and I did think it would be best to try that away from my home club,” Sims said. So he joined the Hawks in 1987 for a season that was modest at best. But as any premiership coach will tell you, there are a lot of moving parts in producing a grand final victory and you do need the planets to align. That was the Hawks of 1988, a famous premiership victory that started with the senior colts premiership of 1987. “That showed there was some good young talent coming through at the club so that was already a good sign,” Sims said. Recruiting also plays a part and the two big names to join the Hawks were Lindsay Bell and Duncan McGregor, while the arrival of Steve Hibbard at the club, who basically walked himself through the door, was another coup. And even in the early years of his coaching journey, Sims had an eye for talent, for players playing at a lower level that he believed could play a role in the senior line-up, and there were some reserves players at Kongorong that are now part of the club’s folklore as premiership players. Steve Atkinson was one of the those players, kicking 76 goals for the year after Sims put his faith in the left footed goalsneak. Kongorong won the second semi final against eventual grand final opponent Port MacDonnell, and the stage was set for an epic title decide, which is exactly what it proved to be. The Robbie Ransom coached Demons were 28 points clear at the final change and the Port MacDonnell faithful would have had the champagne on ice but Sims and his team mates had not given up on the ultimate prize. “We still had plenty of run in our legs,” Sims said. “We had a lot of running players – that was our game style and we believed we were fit enough to run over the top of them.” His three quarter time focus proved prophetic as the Hawks did exactly that – kicking six unanswered goal to basically steal the 1988 premiership cup. “It was a terrific win,” Sims said. Best on ground McGregor was a standout all day but particularly in that final quarter, when he continued to win the ball out of the middle and set up the scoring opportunities that would see Kongorong emerge victorious. Youngster Chris Sealey was also one of the movers and shakers in the final quarter, willing himself to contest after contest to ensure Kongorong dominated the clearances and just did not allow Port MacDonnell to get ball in hand. Mick Sullivan was another unlikely last quarter hero with two goals, while Lion hearted ruckman Emery Hayman was also huge for the Hawks. Ransom, dangerous forward Jacky Taylor, centre half back Darren Earl and the hard running Paul Crameri all loomed as dangers for the Hawks, but they were able to combine the star power of Bell and McGregor with the club’s young talent to conjure a famous victory. The last quarter heroics of the ‘88 Hawks will be relived this weekend when the Hawks host the Saints with a 30 year reunion function at the club.
Division 3 Men Cavaliers v Redbacks Friday night’s match played between Cavaliers and Redbacks was an entertaining affair with the result not secured until the final 10 minutes when Redback gained a hard earned victory. The game was played hard but fair, Cavaliers fielding their best side of the year pushed a much fancied Redbacks all night. Cavaliers opened the scoring through a great solo effort by Josh Mitchell. Redbacks equalised just after half time then Cavaliers scored again to take the lead 2-1. With the more experienced players Redbacks pushed further forward and found the opening of the goal mouth 3 more times to run out victors 4-2. Cavaliers were not disgraced and they put in there best performance for the season. Better players for Redbacks were Stephen White, Terry Manser, Steven Vause and Bruce Maddern. Better players for Cavaliers were Josh Mitchell, Shaun Fabian, Ben Hartung and Antony Baseley.
Division 3 Women Cavaliers v Redbacks Friday night also saw the Division 3 Women’s encounter between Cavaliers and Redbacks. The two teams are fighting for ladder position so the result of this one was hotly contested. Cavaliers were short on numbers with only 9 players therefore it was always going to be a hard game to win. Redbacks came on strong in the first half with some strong team work into attack. Cavaliers defence stayed strong with Clarice Simmonds and Taneesha Fabian denying Redbacks from scoring. Cavaliers Ella Simmonds forced Redbacks into defence but they were resolute and kept Cavaliers from finding the goals. Score at half time 0-0. Redbacks persistence in attack paid off with a shot on goal from the backline sliding past Cavaliers goalie to score their first goal 10 minutes into the second half. Hannah Simmonds and Kate Fabian continued to put the pressure on Redbacks, forcing the ball into attack leading to Cavaliers being awarded a penalty corner but the shot on goal hit the post and rebounded out. Cavaliers lack of numbers started to show in the last 15 minutes as tiredness set in and Redbacks took advantage with another goal. Cavaliers Ella Simmonds was not giving up and got another short corner for Cavaliers but a quick break from Redbacks saw Cavaliers paying the price of another goal to Redbacks and allowing Redbacks to secure the 3-0 win. Results Division 1 Men West 3 d Strikers 2; Cavaliers 2 d Redbacks 1 Division 1 Women Redbacks (D1) 4 d Strikers (D2) 2 Division 2 Women Tigers 3 d Portland 0 Cavaliers 2 d West 1 U12 Girls Strikers 4 d Redbacks 1 Left (top) - Cavaliers’ Mitchell Wheedon splits the defence in Saturdays Division 1 Men’s encounter against Redbacks>
AUSTRALIAN TITLE ON THE LINE
This Friday night, Mount Gambier boxer Bobby Trigg is gunning for another Australian title, after his July 7 bout with Jai Alexander was postponed, due to an injury to one of that card’s headline acts. Given the battle for the Super Bantam Weight title had already been six months in the making, waiting three more weeks has only given Trigg more time to prepare and he is up for the fight. “I definitely feel stronger than what I have in the past and my training with Zach Doidge is really paying off,” Trigg said. It is a partnership that started a few years ago and after a short hiatus has been renewed and is paying dividends, especially as the Super Bantam division sees Bobby going up in weight, while his opponent is dropping a division to qualify for the fight. The Melbourne Pavilion will play host to the bout and Trigg already has a few local fans and Melbourne based supporters committed to attending the rescheduled event. “There are a group in Melbourne that have seen my last two fights and are continuing to support me, which is great,” he said.
Left - Redbacks’ Aaron Barry and Cavaliers’ Dominic Tucker stretch things to the limit in the search for the win in Division 1 Men.
SEASON OVER FOR PIONEERS They were gallant and there are still plenty of positives but injuries and player losses have finally taken thier toll and the 2018 season is over for the Castec Rural Supplies Mount Gambier Pioneers. The Mount Gambier side was briefly in the eight after defeating Melbourne at the Icehouse on Friday night but the Saturday night loss to Sandringham, in Melbourne, in combination with other results, saw them fall to 10th and a run at the title from he bottom of the top eight was over. Check out next week’s Lifestyle1 when we have a full season wrap from coach Richard Hill. RESULTS FRIDAY NIGHT (@ The Icehouse) - Pioneers 70 (L. Thomas 19; A. Marzette 18; E. Burdon 12; T. Daly 11; L. Jamieson 8) d Melbourne Tigers 66 SATURDAY NIGHT (@ Sandringham) - Sandringham 85 d Pioneers 71 (A. Marzette 19; S. McDaniel 13; T. Daly 11; L. Jamieson 10; L. Thomas 8
Right - West Gambier and East Gambier played out a thrilling game for the Call to Arms Cup - an annual clash honouring Phil Muhovics, a legend of both clubs, and shining a light on prostate cancer. East Gambier took the cup with a one point victory (Matt Willson & Shem Balshaw pictured bottom right) with Jayden Eldridge (pictured above right with Mick Muhovics & Dennis Muhovics) was awarded the Phil Muhovics Medal. lifestyle1.net | 33
South Gambier’s Mitchell Sims was named Glenelg Football Club’s player of the championship at the Under 15 State Championships. The team had a great week, convincingly beating most sides and only just missing out on the grand final.
INDOOR BOWLS RESULTS KIMBERLY-CLARK AUSTRALIA PENNANTS - ROUND 13 Kilsby Shield RSL & District 62 d Saints 40, Post-Tel 82 d Kongorong 31, Glenburnie 66 d Yahl 48, Commercial Club 49 d Glencoe 37. Malseed Shield Moorak Red 63 d Moorak Blue 50, Mt Gambier Bowls Club 81 d Blue Lake Bowlers White 36, Blue Lake Bowlers Blue 60 d Mil Lel 48. Premiership Tables after Round 13 Kilsby Shield Post-Tel 22 points, 158.16%; Glenburnie 21, 146.95; RSL & District 20, 154.67; Saints 12, 98.97; Commercial Club 11, 91.34; Glencoe 8, 62.60; Yahl 5, 72.74; Kongorong 5, 58.06. Malseed Shield Mt Gambier Bowls Club 22, 125.69; Blue Lake Bowlers Blue 16, 107.89; Moorak Blue 14, 111.06; Mil Lel 12, 99.71; Moorak Red 10, 90.27; Blue Lake Bowlers White 4, 71.28.
JUNIOR CHAMPIONS DECIDED
West Gambier’s Carlee Davey PHOTO COURTESY OF FRANK MONGER
East Gambier’s Shem Balshaw looks to spoil West Gambier’s Jesse Pfitzner. PHOTO COURTESY OF FRANK MONGER
RARE OPPORTUNITY TO HEAR FROM PREMIERSHIP STAR
For Richmond supporters, in particular, there are many enduring memories from the 2017 premiership – for the independent observer, Jack Riewoldt joining The Killers on stage at the after party to belt out Mr Brightside almost topped the list. Yes, Norm Smith Medallist Dusty Martin was outstanding, and Jack Graham, in only his fifth AFL game, kicking a game high three goals and picking up North Smith votes, was a fairytale story from the Tigers’ drought breaking win but it was sheer joy on the face of the player who has always worn his heart on his sleeve – Riewoldt – that most footy pundits couldn’t help but enjoy. Just how that season unfolded will be unmasked this Monday when the star forward, who is arguably putting together his best individual season yet, will be a guest at the South Gambier Football Club. The chance to hear from a player so hot on the heels of premiership success, and still well in the hunt to successfully defend that title, is rare and one no footy fan, club allegiances aside, should miss. Pre-sale tickets are $40 and are available from the football club, South Aussie Hotel, Sportspower and Lennons on Lake Terrace. There will also be a miniauction on the night, which kicks off at 7.30pm.
The Mount Gambier District Indoor Bowls Association has conducted its junior singles championship earlier this month. The association had all of its four juniors play in the junior championship at the RSL & District Bowling Club on what was a cold weekend. The competitors played a round robin format which was played under the Australian Indoor Bias Bowls Council ruling, which meant the players played three games of 21 ends and used four bowls. The Junior Championship is supported and sponsored by association life member Marie Pedlar. So with the three of the four being new bowlers competing this meant it was going to be a very even competition, after a full day of playing, Yahl player Colby Muller was the eventual winner going through undefeated and claiming the 2018 Junior Singles Champion title. Tru Franklin, from RSL & District, was the biggest improver taking out the runner up prize only losing the one game against Colby. The Glenburnie player Nicola Bowditch was just a little unlucky winning her first game but lost the next two games, but is improving each time she plays with a lot of potential for the future. The rookie from Blue Lake Bowlers Dylan NewtonWebb tried his hardest in every gameand will be better from the experience of playing in his first championship. Results Colby Muller 17 d Tru Franklin 15, Nicola Bowditch 35 d Dylan Newton-Webb 9, Colby Muller 26 d Nicola Bowditch 15, Tru Franklin 21 d Dylan Newton-Webb18, Colby Muller 27 d Dylan NewtonWebb 16, Tru Franklin 22 d Nicola Bowditch 19. Below - (front) - Nicola Bowditch, sponsor Marie Pedlar & Dylan Newton-Webb and (front) Tru Franklin & winner Colby Muller
Mundulla 5.2 13.4 16.5 26.8 (164) Kybybolite 2.2 2.7 6.8 12.8 (80) Goals- Mundulla: J. Hinge 7; M. Schilling 5; B. Packer 4; W. Nankivell 3; T. McIntyre 2; S. Little, J. McGrice, N. Mosey, D. Mosey, B. Douglas. Kybybolite: T. Cooper 5; J. McKay, B. Munn 2; L. Black, S. Shepherd, S. Munn. Best - Mundulla: N. Gregurke, N. Mosey, J. Hinge, M. Schilling, D. Mosey, B. Packer. Kybybolite: T. Cooper, J. McKay, M. Tonkin, S. Munn, S. Bell, M. Black. Lucindale 5.3 13.8 16.14 18.21 (129) Naracoorte 3.2 5.4 8.6 11.6 (72) Goals - Lucindale: T. Logan 4; A. Eckermann, A. Fielke 3; R. McINerney, H. Tregoweth, J. Watson, D. Ogilvie, T. Menz. Naracorote: D. Myall 2; F. Day, C. Myall, J. Bettoncelli, J. MacDonald, S. Patterson, J. Moss, S. Willson, K. Jacobs, F. Stephen. Best - Lucindale: A. Fielke, S. Mardling, S. Spriggs, T. Logan, A. Eckermann, A. McCarthy. Naracorote: N. Lacey, D. Myall, F. Stephen, S. Patterson, K. Jacobs, D. Albrecht. Padthaway 2.5 7.5 13.5 16.8 (104) Bordertown 1.2 6.3 7.8 10.9 (69) Goals - Padthaway: L. Eats 5; B. Leahy 2; T. Brown, S. Townsend, N. McCarthy, T. Michael, W. Hayes, L. Harder, J. Dolling, A. Longbottom, J. Teakle. Bordertown: J. Searle 4; N. Hampel, J. Eats 2; A. Diemnt, O. Butler. Best - Padthaway: L. Eats, A. Longbottom, D. Obst, T. Edwards, K. Tucker, T. Moyle-Read. Bordertown: J. Searle, T. Underwood, S. Sandercock, B. Foulds, C. Sandercock, D. Ware. Penola 1.1 5.4 6.4 8.12 (60) Border Districts 4.2 5.3 6.11 7.13 (55) Goals - Penola: B. Foster, L. Walker 3; L. March, J. Currie. Border Districts: S. Mansell 3; D. Starr 2; F. Adams, T. Leechman. Best - Penola: B. Maney, L. Walker, S. Berkefeld, S. Merrett, J. Martin, B. Foster. Border Districts: K. Phillips, F. Adams, D. Starr, B. Denmead, S. Mansell, B. Keast.
B GRADE Mundulla 17.12 (114) d Kybybolite 5.1 (31) Penola 10.9 (69) d Border Districts 7.9 (51) Naracorote 11.5 (71) d Lucindale 5.8 (38) Bordertown 15.18 (108) d Padthaway 0.2 (2)
SENIOR COLTS Kybybolite 16.6 (102) d Mundulla 1.1 (7) Penola 15.3 (93) d Naracorote 0.0 (0) Bordertown 16.11 (107) d Padthaway/Lucindale 2.1 (13)
JUNIOR COLTS Kybybolite 9.8 (62) d Mundulla 0.0 (0) Penola 10.7 (67) d Border Districts 1.0 (6) Naracoorte 5.6 (36) d Padthaway/Lucindale 2.3 (15)
SOUTH WEST DISTRICT FOOTBALL A GRADE Westerns 6.2 12.6 19.11 27.16 (178) Cavendish 1.0 1.0 2.0 5.0 (30) Goals - Westerns: J. Bliss 10; S. Ray, M. Pridham, J. Bartlett 3; M. England, S. O’Brien 2; C. Anson, L. Robinson, B. England, I. Smyth. Cavendish: D. Brook, A. O’Connor, C. Gellert, D. Praolini, B. Herrmann. Best - Westerns: N. Haylock, J. Bliss, L. Evans, M. England, C. Anson, S. O’Brien. Cavendish: W. Baulch, G. Reid, B. Herrmann, C. Gellert, T. Watson, J. Brown. Heywood 6.0 8.2 14.3 20.5 (125) Heathmere 3.2 4.2 6.3 6.6 (42) Goals - Heywood: R. Raymond 6; J. Nash 3; H. Gibbs, W. Barker-Lovett, K. Bunworth 2; D. Handreck, M. Troeth, J. Walker, N. Johnstone, B. Martin. Heathmere: C. McNabb, M. Wilson 2; L. Davis, J. Andrews. Best -Heywood: J. Imbi, E. Bott, W. Bell, H. Gibbs, R. Raymond. Heathmere: C. McNabb, M. Gore, B. Jasper, R. Cook, M. Payne, J. Stanford. Coleraine 3.9 8.12 11.15 14.23 (107) Branxholme-Wallacedale 1.1 3.1 4.3 7.3 (45) Goals - Coleraine: A. Richardson 4; L. Kaine, T. Row, J. Nash 2; J. Eats, T. Hogan, B. Manders, J. Plunkett. Branxholme-Wallacedale: K. Taylor 4; L. Ewing, T. Cogger, A. Ratcliffe. Best - Coleraine: E. Manders, R. Gordon, J. Overall, J. Hogan, S. Lambevski, K. Taylor. Branxholme-Wallacedale: T. Hogan, J. Wright, J. Eats, T. Row, B. Manders, J. Norris. Dartmoor 6.0 14.2 20.4 26.9 (165) Tyrendarra 2.1 4.2 4,4 6.5 (41) Goals - Dartmoor: J. Woodall 5; K. Smith 4; J. McRae 3; J. Polaski, Z. Michau, S. Woodall, M. Bull, L. Bull 2; D. Miller, D. Lynch, J. Roptini, S. Jones. Tyrendarra: T. Deans, S. Wilson 2; T. Holland, M. Pitt. Best - Dartmoor: J. Woodall, S. Woodall, D. Miller, L. Polaski, S. Walsh-Bannam, Z. Michau. Tyrendarra: J. Atwell, M. MacDonald, T. Cowie, S. Marra, A. Orchard, S. Wilson.
SOUTH WEST DISTRICT NETBALL A GRADE Cavendish 58 (M. Perry, S. Langley, L. Iredell) d Westerns 48 (T. Nelson, K. Zeunert, T. Rowe); Heathmere 79 (J. Lovett-Murray, K. Pickert, M. McNabb) d Heywood 47 (L. Lovett-Murray, S. Malseed, M. Hoggan); Tyrendarra 57 (M. Nash, R. Kane, A. Carine) d Dartmoor 32 (T. Woodall, R. Vankalken, A. Beer); Branxholme-Wallacedale 53 (M. Pepper, L. Wheeler, C. Tonissen) d Coleraine 51 (C. Plunkett, C. Langley, H. Langley)
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Naracoorte 66 (S duRand, K Mott) d Lucindale 44 (M Gear, J Bittner) Bordertown 74 (N Twigden, W Rowett) d Padthaway 32 (K Moyle-Read, M Hole) Border Districts 58 d Penola 52 (E Winter, C Long) Kybybolite 57 (B McIntrye, S Maber) d Mundulla 54
A RESERVE Naracoorte 55 (B Manser, H Sellars) d Lucindale 42 (C Pietsch, M Tregoweth) Bordertown 61 (N Rowett, S Rodert) d Padthaway 31 (S Dolling, I Damin) Penola 68 (A Lepley, E Gordon) d Border Districts 24 (M Jordan, J Tucker) Mundulla 48 (A Knauerhase) d Kybybolite 34 (S Ottoson-Crossling, S Maber)
B GRADE Naracoorte 52 (M Pretlove, M Riley) d Lucindale 38 (E Gould, K Motteram) Bordertown 43 (S Higgins, N Ahilaras) d Padthaway 26 (M Dickenson, K Richards) Penola 52 (N Hayes, T McKeon) d Border Districts 32 (L Baohm, M Gabbe) Mundulla 54 d Kybybolite 48 (M Hutchesson, L Gogan)
C GRADE Naracoorte 39 (J Pettman, M Clark) d Lucindale 24 (A Lindner, T Dupree) Bordertown 53 (J Marshall, T Nixon) d Padthaway 30 (A Steer, J Kerr) Penola 66 (T Berkin, S Pitt) d Border Districts 28 (S Ellis, A Michelmore) Mundulla 42 (T Grosser, N Horne) d Kybybolite 36 (K Bell, K Dickenson)
17 & UNDER Naracoorte 69 (S Stuchbery, S Miles) d Lucindale 43 (M Walker, C Beaumont) Penola 77 (K Colbert, E Winter) d Border Districts 8 (S Walter, A Michelmore) Kybybolite 61 (C Baker, G Jackson) d Mundulla 26 (A Dimitriadis, C Obst)
16 & UNDER Naracoorte 49 (L Henschke, C Burke) d Lucindale 39 (G Bittner, M Davidson) Bordertown 49 (L McLellan, T Puckridge) d Padthaway 31 (K Woodman, K McCarthy) Mundulla 47 d Kybybolite 26 (S Shepherd, A Honner)
15 & UNDER Lucindale 46 (M Thompson, C Rayner) d Naracoorte 26 (B Waihape, H Broadbent) Penola 64 (G Winter, A Henery) d Border Districts 22 (L Pape, C Garrigan) Kybybolite 32 (M Meyer, J Schultz) d Mundulla 29
13 & UNDER A Bordertown 42 (C Belluzzo, C Twigden) d Padthaway 22 (O Grundy, R Grundy) Border Districts 46 (R Pfitzner, L Koch) d Penola 30 (T Porter, S Flint) Kybybolite 35 (A Yelland, S Phin) d Mundulla 15
13 & UNDER B Lucindale 23 (S Edmonds, A Stock) d Naracoorte 18 (M Bruce, C Schroder) Bordertown 18 (S Carnemolla, M Blackwell) d Padthaway 1 (D Bell, S Moreton) Kybybolite 26 (E Parker, L Clyne) d Mundulla 11 (L Kennett, M Davis)
HAMPDEN NETBALL A GRADE South Warrnambool 62 d Portland 38 (T. Telfer, S. Arnott, L. Hockley); Camperdown 42 d Hamilton Kangaroos (T. Morris, E. Duckmanton, J. Parker)
HAMPDEN FOOTBALL A GRADE South Warrnambool 4.3 8.7 14.10 21.15 (141) Portland 0.0 5.3 8.4 9.8 (62) Goals - South Warrnambool: K. Eagelson 6; C. Gallichan, P. Anderson 3; B. Annett, E. Harvey 2; J. Porter, P. Mahony, B. Beks, S. Thompson, S. Beks. Portland: J. Withers 3; J. Moody 2; A. Shepherd, J. Roberts, D. Jackson, T. Lovell Best - South Warrnambool: E. Harvey, N. Kol, P. Anderson, N. Thompson, K. Eagelson, H. Lee. Portland: J. Withers, T. Hernan, A. Shepherd, C. Giddings, B. Uebergang. Hamilton Kangaroos 3.3 7.7 9.7 16.10 (106) Camperdown 4.2 9.8 12.11 14.15 (99) Goals - NO DETAILS AVAILABLE Best - NO DETAILS AVAILABLE
SEWFA RESULTS SOUTH EAST WOMEN’S FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION ROUND TEN Under 15s United 2 (Chelsea Frost 2) d Inter CFC 0; Centrals 10 (Indiana van Diesen, Leonie Robertson, Kate Seaton, Olivia Gwilym, Ellie Seaton) d Millicent 0; Apollo City Juniors - BYE Seniors United 9 (Lauren Smith 5, Jasmine White 2, Ella Firth, Lauren Frost) d Inter CFC 0; Apollo City 2 (Tracey Kourmouzis, Daylia Daylia) d Wanderers 1 (Leonie McCallum) ; Centrals 4 (Wanita Robinson, Georgina Peate, Kendall Saffin, Own Goal) d Millicent 2 (Leticia Izzo 2); Portland Seniors - BYE Next week Apollo City vs Inter at Blue Lake Sports Park United vs Centrals at Blue Lake Sports Park Millicent vs Portland at Millicent
LOCAL SPORT WESTERN BORDER FOOTBALL A GRADE Millicent 1.3 6.8 7.10 9.13 (67) Casterton Sandford 0.1 1.1 2.7 4.7 (31) Goals - Millicent: S. Willis 2; Z. Bradley, H. Gordon, L. Smith, M. Duldig, D. Bromley, J. Grimes, C. Gallio. Casterton Sandford: T. Shannon 2; B. Galpin, J. Gibbs. Best - Millicent: S. Duldig, J. Grimes, C, Gallio, D. Tincknell, B. Gibbs, H. Nitschke. Casterton Sandford: D. Ayton, D. Wombwell, A. Cleary, T. Sullivan, A. Nesbitt, W. MacDonald. North Gambier 0.4 3.7 4.13 11.13 (79) South Gambier 2.2 2.4 7.7 7.8 (50) Goals - North: F. Marshall 3; W. Stafford, G. Coper 2; T. Gould, S. Stafford, N. Brown, N. Blachut. South: B. Kain 3; C. Williams, H. Capewell, T. Saffin, A. Bryant. Best - North: S. Stafford, W. Stafford, F. Marshall, G. Soper, M. Ashby, T. McInerney. South: N. Jenkin, T. Reid, D. Stratford, B. Glynn, A. Harkness, K. Jones. East Gambier 4.1 6.3 9.4 11.6 (72) West Gambier 1.0 5.2 7.2 11.5 (71) Goals -East: M. Ferguson, M. Rumbelow 2; J. Whaites, J. McKeon, J. Forster, J. Ransom, M. McCallum, T. Blashaw, M. Kieselbach. West: B. Wilson 4; R. Lindner, S. Zeitz, K. Giddings, T. Holmes, L. Jones, L. Bradley-Brown, S. Wenman. Best - East: J. Eldridge, J. Ransom, S. Blashaw, N. Lock, T. Balshaw, M. Kieselbach. West: L. Bradley-Brown, T. Lewis, L. Morton, T. Balshaw, S. Zeitz.
C GRADE North Gambier 39 (L. Kenny, S. Braithwaite) d South Gambier 34 (R. Tilley, C. Edmonds); Millicent 30 (J. Reilly, C. McGuiness) d Casterton Sandford 29 (A. Murrell, R. Dennis); East Gambier 62 (E. Thompson, G. Quick) d West Gambier 19 (B. Aberle, J. Taylor)
17 & UNDER North Gambier 54 (E. Close, S. Ellis) d South Gambier 39 (C. Edmonds, E. McIntyre); Millicent 75 (P. Nitschke, A. Pratt) d Casterton Sandford 21 (J. Hanson, K. Smith); West Gambier 39 (G. Monkley, A. Egan) d East Gambier 34 (T. Bosko, S. McKinnon)
15 & UNDER A South Gambier 32 (A. Duncan, M. Thiele) d North Gambier 25 (C. Bruhn, E. Willoughby); Millicent 66 (M. Haggett, K. Walker) d Casterton Sandford 9 (C. Galpin, C. Foster); West Gambier 54 (E. Dawe, H. Pearson) d East Gambier 17 (I. Lamb, K. Dempsey)
15 & UNDER B South Gambier 25 (R. Richter, E. Jones) d North Gambier 15 (S. Beare, E. Cruise); Casterton Sandford 35 (C. Galpin, C. Foster) d Millicent 34 (M. Chant, C. Pratt); West Gambier 30 (J. Parsons, Z. Aberle) d East Gambier 11 (B. Jean, M. Stevens)
13 & UNDER A South Gambier 45 (L. Munro, P. Exelby) d North Gambier 18 (L. Norman, A. Coon); Millicent 45 (P. Lucas, R. Kenny) d Casterton Sandford 19 (Z. Crawford, M. Hutchins); West Gambier 37 (A. Pearson, G. Jarnevic) d East Gambier 9 (M. Cordell, C. Lines)
13 & UNDER B
Casterton Sandford 10.12 (72) d Millicent 4.9 (33) North Gambier 18.7 (115) d South Gambier 2.2 (14) East Gambier 11.10 (76) d West Gambier 4.5 (29)
North Gambier 34 (S. Mobbs, M. Griffiths) d South Gambier 9 (M. Walmsley, J. Jennings); Millicent 34 (F. MacKenzie, J. Lucas) d Casterton Sandford 11 (Z. Hill, B. Nash); East Gambier 19 (A. Beveredige, J. Davis) d West Gambier 13 (N. Clayton, M. Milich)
11 & UNDER
Millicent 9.5 (59) d Casterton Sandford 3.3 (21) South Gambier 15.13 (103) d North Gambier 3.1 (19) West Gambier 9.7 (61) d East Gambier 6.4 (40)
North Gambier 15 (E. Mustart, M. Allen) d South Gambier 3 (M. Harrold, R. Mitchell); West Gambier 21 (S. Pollifrone, H. Cowie) d East Gambier 12 (M. Button, T. Geraghty)
MID SOUTH EAST NETBALL
Millicent 6.6 (42) d Casterton Sandford 5.4 (34) South Gambier 10.9 (69) d North Gambier 0.0 (0) East Gambier 5.9 (39) d West Gambier 4.3 (27)
UNDER 13 East Gambier 6.7 (43) d West Gambier 5.5 (35) Millicent 12.3 (75) d Casterton Sandford 0.3 (3)
WESTERN BORDER NETBALL A GRADE North Gambier 70 (C. Davey, M. Whaites) d South Gambier 31 (I. Walker, L. Duncan); Millicent 80 (M. Turner, P. Nitschke) d Casterton Sandford 32 (M. Cleary, E. Bowman); East Gambier 62 (T. Gray, T. Bosko) d West Gambier 47 (C. Davey, M. Teakle)
A RESERVE South Gambier 43 (B. Bouchier, K. Atwell) d North Gambier 34 (E. Stafford, P. Douglas); Casterton Sandford 71 (T. Guthrie, P. Cameron) d Millicent 55 (K. Taylor, N. Potter); East Gambier 60 (A. Geraghty, L. Harvey) d West Gambier 39 (B. Humphries, A. Jones)
B GRADE North Gambier 53 (N. Fox, L. Westhorpe) d South Gambier 34 (G. Irvine, L. Porcelli); Casterton Sandford 57 (P. Cameron, L. Lane) d Millicent 42 (C. Venn, H. Douglas); West Gambier 37 (D. Kamara, S. Ritter) d East Gambier 36 (B. Famularo, C. Gollan)
A GRADE Tantanoola 74 (E. Gould, S. Little) d Nangwarry 55 (M. Markiewicz, C. Dinnison); Robe 53 (S. Laurie, K. Austin) d Mt Burr 52 (L. Schultz, A. Guyett); Hatherleigh 76 (S. Faulkner, L. MacGregor) d Port MacDonnell 41 (T. Merrett, S. Roach); Kalangadoo 87 (A. Duncan, J. Croser) d Kongorong 35 (S. Scheidl, B. McEvoy)
A RESERVE Tantanoola 53 (J. Matthews, K. Neale) d Nangwarry 37 (M. Trestrail, T. James); Robe 42 (J. Nunan, A. Grimes) d Tantanoola 35 (C. Reilly, H. Eldrdige); Port MacDonnell 56 (T. Merrett, K. Telford) d Hatherleigh 41 (C. Pink, D. Smith); Kalangadoo 50 (A. Paterspon, T. Jeffree) d Kongorong 44 (F. Clayton, C. Tink)
B GRADE Tantanoola 53 (N. Telfer-Scott, M. Rice) d Nangwarry 52 (P. Tawera, S. Judd); Robe 57 (A. Nunan, E. Brooks) d Mt Burr 15 (J. Medhurst, B. Scanlon); Port MacDonnell 54 (C. Merrett, N. Fensom) d Hatherleigh 30 (L. Bell, N. Thomas); Kalangadoo 45 (J. Burt, B. Thorn) dKongorong 24 (A. Helleday, E. Bourchier)
B RESERVE Tantanoola 54 (C. Fuller, A. Ballintyne) d Nangwarry 19 (E. Doody, M. Neilson); Robe 29 (M. Davis, A. Sawyer) d Mt Burr 20 (G. Lambert, M. Anderson); Hatherleigh 55 (L. Fabris, D. Loveday) d Port MacDonnell 36 (K. Horrigan, L. Lewis); Kalangadoo 51 (A. Morgan, B. Winterfiedl) d Kongorong 43 (S. Hargreaves, M. Bowering)
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Mt Burr 54 (S. Falting, M. Bowering) d Robe 27 (T. Niccole, H. Carter); Port MacDonnell 45 (N. Fensom, K. Smith) d Hatherleigh 31 (L. MacGregor, M. Thwaites); Kalangadoo 84 (E. Mewett, S. Neale) d Kongorong 7 (A. Mullen, A. Elsworthy)
15 & UNDER Tantanoola 62 (S. Balshaw, T. Blok) d Nangwarry 27 (M. Kelly, F. Roberts); Mt Burr 67 (A. Goode, M. Bevan) d Robe 6 (M. Hayes, M. Camino); Hatherleigh 66 d Port MacDonnell 15; Kalangadoo 50 (S. Ryan, B. Lythgo) d Kongorong 26 (E. Sutherland, O. Weber)
13 & UNDER Tantanoola 54 (G. Johnston, T. Walker) d Nangwarry 18 (E. Timms, S. Barnes); Mt Burr 30 (Z. Burns, O. Baker) d Robe 11 (A. Burchall, G. Wirth)); Hatherleigh 37 (C. Oewn, I. Howell) d Port MacDonnell 22 (E. Kerr, G. Jacob); Kalangadoo 37 (S. Wrightson, C. Peacock) d Kongorong 16 (A. Cram, E. Grouse)
MID SOUTH EAST FOOTBALL A GRADE Tantanoola 7.1 14.6 25.8 36.12 (228) Nangwarry 1.2 1.2 1.4 2.5 (17) Goals - Tantanoola: NO DETAILS AVAILABLE. Nangwarry: J. Stratman, A. Mills. Best - Tantanoola: NO DETAILS AVAILABLE. Nangwarry: B. Deamer, J. DeJong, J. Stratman, A. Heron, B. Stratman, J. Virtanen. Mt Burr 2.0 4.2 5.3 11.6 (72) Robe 2.3 2.3 4.7 5.9 (39) Goals - Mt Burr: J. Gregdory, J. Fiebig 2; K. Gordon, S. Wallis, T. Renzi, C. Puiatti, T. Fennell, D. Ridley, C. Gamble. Robe: E. Regnier, M. Jennings, J. Pitt, J. Kelly. Best - Mt Burr: B. Hennink, C. Gamble, C. Puiatti, T. Redden, S. Wallis, P. Guyett. Robe: J. Agnew, J. Kelly, R. Dickinson, J. Pettit, Z. Deane, T. Wachtel. Kalangadoo 5.3 9.6 14.6 18.9 (117) Kongorong 1.2 5.6 7.8 17.11 (83) Goals -Kalangadoo: B. Mules 7; A. Stone, B. Gregory 3; J. Pratt, M. Krieger, B. Lindner. Kongorong: B. Cordy 3; B. Saffin 2; J. Simkin, B. Kranz, D. Hann, B. Pannenburg. Best - Kalangadoo: B. Gregory, B. Lindner, N. Reeves, M. Lowe, A. Stone, S. McManus. Kongorong: R. Hein, P. Ellis, B. Cordy, B. Weaver, R. Rutkowski. Hatherleigh 2.5 4.10 6.14 8.16 (64) Port MacDonnell 1.3 2.3 5.9 6.13 (49) Goals - Hatherleigh: M. Faulkner, Z. Jones 2; G. McGrath, J. Ferguson-Lane, J. Bateman, T. Merrett. Pt Mac: J. Turner 3; M. Smith, N. Wilke, S. Enderl. Best - Hatherleigh: C. Buckley, J. Bateman, G. McGrath, J. Ferguson-Lane, M. Pulmer. Pt Mac: D. McElroy, W. Chant, K. McClean, B. Lynch, S. Enderl, M. Roscow.
B GRADE Tantanoola 15.15 (105) d Nangwarry 3.2 (20) Robe 9.9 (63) d Mt Burr 5.7 (37) Hatherleigh 11.11 (77) d Port MacDonnell 3.4 (22) Kongorong 13.7 (85) d Kalangadoo 5.8 (38)
SENIOR COLTS Tantanoola 22.20 (152) d Nangwarry 1.2 (8) Mt Burr 7.5 (47) d Robe 6.4 (40) Hatherleigh 5.16 (46) d Port MacDonnell 1.5 (11) Kongorong 15.16 (106) d Kalangadoo 4.2 (26)
JUNIOR COLTS Tantanoola 9.13 (67) d Nangwarry 0.2 (2) Robe 3.9 (27) d Mt Burr 1,1 (7) Hatherleigh 12.7 (79) d Port MacDonnell 1.2 (8) Kongorong 15.4 (94) d Kalangadoo 1.1 (7)
Tantanoola 56 (E. Turley, M. Hunt) d Nangwarry 15 (E. Hogan, S. Balshaw);
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WETLANDS PROGRAM HAILED A HUGE SUCCESS From the lush native grounds of Piccaninnie Ponds Conservation Park to an old grazing paddock, the South East NRM Board’s Recovering Habitats for Threatened Species project has worked on restoring and conserving many wetland areas in the region. Natural Resources South East Wetlands Conservation Ecologist Steve Clarke said the project worked with parks, local landholders and commercial organisations. “Over the project we’ve managed to work on a vast number of different types of wetlands,” Mr Clarke said. “Some starting from absolute scratch, restoring grazing areas to their former glory as wetlands.” Local landholder Steve Harris gave part of his property to the restoration cause. “Three years ago, Steve Clarke approached me to see if I was interested in blocking up what would have been a wetland years ago,” Mr Harris said. “Because I’m a bit of a nature lover, I like to put things back as they were, and said no worries go ahead,” Mr Harris said. “130ha was converted back to wetlands which has allowed birds to come back to the area and breed. The project also included work on existing wetlands such as Piccaninnie Ponds, creating habitat for the endangered Yarra Pygmy Perch. Piccaninnie Ponds hosts up to 60 threatened species. This area is unique in the world, it sustains a lot of life and flows out to sea which is important as it is the conduit for a lot of fish populations. We’ve managed to breach a road which was holding water back. That water is now travelling through to the eastern part of the wetland, reinvigorating areas that haven’t been for 50 or 60 years. This has enabled us to take the Yarra Pygmy Perch and put it back into areas where it would have been many years ago. It is important to look after the natural environment. Having the ability to restore some of that and protect what is there is vitally important.” This project was supported by the South East NRM Board and Natural Resources South East through funding from the Australian Government’s National Landcare Program. Although this particular project is complete, the SE NRM Board has plans to continue to support local wetlands, based on community feedback provided at subregional planning workshops. For more information contact Natural Resources South East (08)87351177.
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