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2018 marks a dual celebration for the Hamilton Pastoral and Agricultural Society – 160 years of The Hamilton and Western District Sheep Show along with 40 years of Sheepvention. Whilst Sheepvention is the most prominent agricultural event in the region, a full 120 years before this, the first agricultural show was held in Hamilton. This was a time long before Australia was a federation, and a year before Hamilton was declared a municipality. It is incredible that an organisation with history older than Australian Parliament can continue to grow each year. Where others have faulted the Hamilton P & A Society have innovated to maintain relevance in the agricultural industry. This has been key to its success. One hundred and sixty years ago the society began due to an
insurgence of farming in our district. Today, it thrives due to the strength of agriculture in our district and our desire to present a unique event to the industry and local community. “We are delighted to be offering over 600 trade exhibits, 1000 sheep show exhibits, 300 sale rams plus a huge range of demonstrations and attractions,” said business and events manager Peta Anderson. The society is celebrating with the biggest Sheepvention event held. The committee is inviting the whole community to a concert on Monday evening featuring headline acts James Blundell (on the cover) and The Wolfe Brothers. Both artists were chosen due to their family connections with farming. “We are anticipating a huge crowd to Sheepvention this year,” Ms
Anderson said. “We have created a Celebrating 40 years Marquee which will house our inventions, heritage displays, merchandise, photographic competition plus several workshops for children. We have a heap of interactive demonstrations in the South West Tafe Producers Pavilion with cookery, butchery, a kids cooking school and bee keeping. We are also excited to be welcoming Sophie Thompson, from Gardening Australia, to talk on a range of gardening topics. There really will be plenty to do for all the family. We are completely booked with Exhibitors and the fashion parade is looking fantastic. The student garments have just been judged and the AWI Australasian Young Designer Wool Awards will be presented on Sunday evening along with the parade of garments.”
Celebrate the impressive anniversaries on Monday, August 6, at Sheepvention. Tickets are available at hamiltonshowgrounds.com.au as are further details on the 2018 program. SHEEPVENTION August 6 & 7 Hamilton Exhibition & Conference Centre (03)5572 2563 firstname.lastname@example.org www.hamiltonshowgrounds.com.au Above (from left) - ABC presenter Sophie Thomspon, from Gardening Australia; the AWI Australasian Young Designer Wool Awards fashion parade is always a highlight & The Wolfe Brothers.
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BRING ON 2019
An odd August for Castec Rural Supplies Mount Gambier Pioneers head coach Richard Hill – he has no play-offs for which to prepare. He will certainly keep an eye on the 2018 finals series but for the defending SEABL champions, the title defence ended with a disappointing loss in the final home and away match. So, after five consecutive South Conference titles and playing off in the past five national title matches, bringing home that title in 2014, ’15 and last season, the injury ravaged Pioneers are already turning their attention to 2019 and beyond. Hill has extended his tenure in the
top job for a further two seasons and the newly re-signed coach has some strong messages for his players, club officials and supporters. “It would be a huge mistake to write off this season as just the injuries and the players we lost and that if we stay fit we will be fine next season,” Hill said. “Even just looking at that last game we should have been able to win that game and we didn’t. Some of that was the coaching, some of that was the players but I think the chemistry we’ve had for a long period of time was never quite there and that was not helped by the massive changes. We have to find a chemistry within the group that
can propel us again. During that period of sustained success we did not have significantly better players, it was the connection those guys had that made the difference – it really is the intangible – and there are no shortcuts for hard work.” And when you look back at the names that were front and centre during that five year golden period, only two remain – skipper Tom Daly and Erik Burdon. But building the 2019 list is a challenge Hill is looking forward to and he is happy to be once again at the helm of the Icehouse based team. “It was an easy call for me once I
knew the family support was there,” Hill said. “I have no desire to go and start anywhere else. We have built a pretty good program here and I want to keep working on that and putting a succession plan in place so I can hand the program over to somebody.” cont. page 33 Above (left) Head coach Richard Hill. Above (right) - Allan Scott AO Medallist Lewis Thomas. PHOTOS COURTESY OF DARREN GALWEY
CHURCH FUNDRAISING FAIR ON THE HORIZON It is an annual event that raises much needed funds for the Anglican Chuch in Mount Gambier and it is on again Saturday, August 11. Running from 8.30am to 1pm, stalls include plants, craft, books, trash ‘n’ treasure, home baked cakes, produce, fressh fruit & vegetables, jams & pickles. There will be a barbecue, devonshire morning tea, with steam train rides, a merry-go-round and outdoor games for the kids. The Bell Tower Op Shop will be open for pre-loved clothing, bric-a-brac, quality china, jewellery, shoes & prints. Some of the items that will be on sale include furniture, outdoor gas heater, glassware, crockery, garden tolls, a go kart and may other household items. The fair is being hosted on the church grounds at 26 Bay Road.
MENTAL HEALTH FIRST AID TRIANING COURSE ON OFFER With funding from SA Heath through the the Office of the Chief Psychiatrist’s Suicide Prevention Community Grants scheme, the Junction is able to offer accredited Mental Health First Aid courses for $20 on the following dates. A course is four weeks of three hours at UniSA and with three different time slots organisers hope they can train as many people as possible in this region. • Course 1: 22 and 29 August and 12 and 19 September 2018 from 9am till 12pm • Course 2: 22 and 29 August and 12 and 19 September 2018 from 1 till 4pm • Course 3: 12 and 19 and 26 September and 3 October 2018 from 6 till 9pm Registration and payment will secure your spot in one of these courses, which are suitable for everybody in our community register as soon as possible at email@example.com
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GRANT DISTRICT COUNCIL HANDS OUT ALMOST $50,000 IN COMMUNITY GRANTS The District Council of Grant 2018-19 Community Grant Program (Round 1) as handed over miuch needed financial assistance to 10 local community groups in the district. Amost $50,000 worth of projects have been co-funded between council and 10 community groups across the townships and communities of Mil Lel, Kongorong, Yahl, Allendale and Caveton. Funding was available in three categories, Community (up to $2,500), Sport (up to $800) and Hall (up to $1,000) and council received a total of 13 applications. The program is run twice a year and is designed to empower community and support projects that are of community benefit and meet the overall strategic objectives of council. council congratulates the successful recipients and is looking forward to working with them on these projects.
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NATIVE ORCHID POPULATION RECEIVES A MUCH NEEDED BOOST Five threatened species of native orchids have had a boost thanks to a five-year project aimed at increasing their wild populations. The project to grow and plant the orchids is a collaboration between the South East Natural Resources Management Board, Natural Resources South East and Nature Glenelg Trust (NGT), funded by the Australian Government’s National Landcare Program. NGT Ecologist Bryan Haywood said they focused on five rare species: the metallic sun-orchid, swamp greenhood, elegant spider-orchid, elegant spider-orchid, Little Dip spider-orchid and maroon leek-orchid. “The Little Dip spider-orchid is of particular interest, as the South East of South Australia is the only place in the world that it’s found,” Mr Haywood said. “It is one of a group of orchids that is pollinated by a specific wasp. The male wasps are deceived into
thinking that the orchid is a female wasp, then when the wasp then tries to mate with it, it pollinates the flower.” Growing, transplanting and monitoring the orchids was a big task, and each orchid was labelled with a pin marker when planted to allow for future monitoring. “We were able to return to each site and count how many leaves had emerged each year, then later in the season we’d go back to see how many had flowered,” Mr Haywood said. “We planted orchids at nine sites throughout the region, and we’ve had a fantastic result with seven populations remaining viable. Our annual monitoring has indicated that they’re still surviving, still flowering and at one site at Beachport, we’ve had new orchids appear.” The orchid project forms part of the larger Restoring Underrepresented Ecological Communities project, supported by the South East Natural Resources Management Board, through funding from the Australian Government’s National Landcare Program. TREE REMOVAL PROGRAM UNDERWAY Following a community information session in April, Southern Granmpians Shire Council has developed a three stage remedial action plan to manage the trees in the Hamilton CBD. Stage one happened earlier this month and involved urgent remedial works (powerline clearance, overhanging branches cut) to three trees. They are now in the process of getting quotes for stage two works which will include the removal of twelve trees, located in Hamilton Place, Kennedy Street, Lonsdale Street and Cox Street. These trees were recommended for removal in the arborist report because they are in poor to very poor condition and have a useful life expectancy of less than five years. A map outlining the locations of the trees to be removed is available at the council website.
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NEW HOME FOR BUS SERVICE As of last Wednesday, the Millicent Visitor Information Centre became the new location for the Premier Stateliner Coach Group bus service to and from Adelaide, as a result of the pending closure of the Pines Caltex Service Station, where the service has operated from for many years. Mayor Peter Gandolfi said Wattle Range Council believed that this is a vital service for the Millicent community, and is pleased to be working in conjunction with Premier Stateliner to provide this service. “The council has had a long association with Premier Stateliner, as it’s been providing the same service at its Penola Visitor Information Centre, very successfully, for many years,” Mayor Gandolfi said.
OVERDUE UPGRADE ON THE WAY FOR WESTERNS FACILITIES Upgrades to out-dated female change rooms at the Westerns Football Netball Club have taken a major step forward with Glenelg Shire Council last week allocating funding and providing support to a grant application for the $795,000 works.The “tired” demountable change rooms and storage area are the only female facilities on site at the major sporting reserve, used up to three times a week by Westerns’ eight netball teams. The main clubhouse provides netballers with the only access to a female toilet at the reserve, which is also without disabled toilet access or a parent area. Glenelg Shire Mayor Cr Anita Rank said netballers had been dealing with “outdated and cramped” conditions which were not fit for purpose by today’s standards. Council unanimously voted to auspice an application on behalf of the football netball club to the Community Infrastructure Fund (CSIF) Female
Friendly Facilities Fund program for $447,000, almost half the project value. The balance would be supported by $50,000 from council, $75,000 from the AFL Key Community Facilities Fund and $223,500 from club in-kind support. “This proposed upgrade will further support the dedicated netballers and volunteers at the Westerns Football Netball Club to host games and other sporting events throughout the year,” Cr Rank said. “It will also assist in the growth of women’s AFL which is becoming a popular past time for many in our region.” Alexandra Park is one of the shire’s busiest sporting reserves hosting football, netball, BMX, cricket, and greyhound training year-round. It is the only venue in Portland that hosts both senior and junior competitions. The Master Plans’ preliminary concept plan is now on public exhibition for a period of four weeks, until August 21. To learn more visit https://yoursay. glenelg.vic.gov.au/
HISTORIC FIRST FOR NARACOORTE SALEYARDS The first ever Texas Longhorn cattle sale was held at the Naracoorte Regional Livestock Exchange on July 22, topping at $1300. The sale attracted a huge gallery with people travelling from Broken Hill, NSW, the Adelaide Hills, the Limestone Coast and Western Victoria.
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HOON DRIVING IN THE SPOTLIGHT Wattle Range Council staff have observed a significant increase the effects of hoon driving in Millicent. Over the past couple of weeks they have seen a number of grass areas damaged as a result of hoon driving. This escalated over the weekend when a driver damaged a park bench on Belt Road reserve. It is extremely disappointing for council staff that maintain the parks and gardens to see all the damage that has occurred. The bigger issue is the risk this type of driving creates. The incidents have been referred to police however they can do little without information on who is responsible. Council would encourage the community to immediately report this kind of behaviour to the police when it is occurring including any details of the car such as type colour and registration. Council will be placing cameras out in known hotspots in an attempt to provide information to police to stop this behaviour.
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9 GEMSTONE COURT, MOUNT GAMBIER Blue Lake Real Estate has pleasure in offering for sale 9 Gemstone Court. This immaculately maintained property has everything you need. Situated in a quiet cul-de-sac and surrounded by other quality homes this property will suit the most discerning buyer. This home is designed with entertaining in mind. The heart of the home consists of a generous open plan family, dining and kitchen. The kitchen will inspire cooks of any skill level, offering quality appliances including dishwasher, gas cooktop, wall oven ample benchtops and storage. Adjoining this space is the indoor/outdoor entertaining room filled with natural light and providing easy access to the kitchen/ dine, bathroom and the outdoor pergola â€“ perfect for hosting a dinner party with family and friends. When you are not entertaining and wanting a quiet night you can retire to the formal living room to relax. Not only does this home have generous living spaces, it also has four queen size bedrooms and a designated study nook. The main
bedroom has a walk in robe and ensuite. The remaining bedrooms are furnished with built in robes and desks. The main bathroom with shower and spa bath adjoins the vanity area, with double basins and a separate toilet. Nothing has been forgotten in this property with ducted gas heating, split system air conditioner and ducted vacuum system. Double garage under the main roof with internal access, carport for trailer or golf buggy, pad for the caravan, rear yard access, rain water tank, tool shed and solar panels. A house you are going to look forward to coming home to. This fantastic property can be yours. Contact our office today to arrange your inspection.
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ONLY 3 YEARS OLD, WHY BUILD? Trendy kitchen with stainless steel gourmet cooker. Open plan dining and family area, plus formal lounge. Large 4 bedroom home, or 3 plus study. Ensuite and walk in robe to main bedroom. Large three way main bathroom. Gas ducted heating throughout plus reverse cycle in living area. Outdoor entertaining area. Easy care garden, large rear yard with pop up sprinklers. Vehicle access to rear yard. Double garage with internal access. 9 foot ceilings and much more on offer here. Priced to sell and great value.
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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.
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.
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Beautifully restored character home situated very close to the city centre. Leadlight, etched glass, marble fireplaces + many more classic features. Glorious main bedroom with ensuite & WIR. Two remaining bedrooms & large office. Gracious formal lounge + open plan kitchen/ dining and occasional living. Modern kitchen: gas gourmet stove with griller & deep fryer, dishwasher & granite bench tops. Own cellar – great for a red or 2! Large stone high clearance garage, fits 4 vehicles, appox. 13m x 6m. A beautiful blend of timeless style & modern conveniences.
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STUNNING FAMILY HOME ON AN ACRE Vicki Quinn has pleasure offering for sale this immaculate family home nestled on an acre of gorgeous gardens with room for the kids to roam free. With a unique floorplan, the home is comprises of 4 bedrooms, a dedicated office, formal lounge and an open plan kitchen, dine and family area. The timber kitchen has loads of bench space, dishwasher, induction cook top and a large walk in pantry. Overlooking gardens, the main bedroom is a great size and offers a Large walk in robe and ensuite, complete with a 2 person spa bath. Sliding doors spill from the family room to the superb outdoor entertaining, sheltered by zip track blinds. Ducted Reverse cycle heating/cooling throughout the home is powered by 3 Phase, ensuring cost effective comfort all year round. Vehicle access is available to the double colorbond shed (approx. 6M X 9M). With power in the rear yard. Well priced, this property has been well thought out and offers many extras, including quality window furnishings throughout and a ducted vacuum system.
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SIMPLY STUNNING Vicki Quinn Real Estate is pleased to offer for sale this modern contemporary style 4 bedroom home located in Mount Gambier. Opulent in style and design this unique property features clean lines, solid Jarrah timber flooring, and an internal limestone feature wall. Resembling high end living, the master bedroom includes, a luxurious ensuite with sep toilet and double shower. The remaining 3 bedrooms are all double in size, have built in robes and are serviced by the lovely 3 way bathroom. Boasting high ceilings, there is electric cathedral style windows in the living area, Entertaining both inside and out has been made easy, gather around the stunning kitchen featuring a large island bench, 2 pak finish, gorgeous stone benchtops and highly functional walk in pantry. Stacker doors bring the outside in, which offers a built in barbecue on mains gas, built in fridge and stainless steel basin. Ceiling heaters allow for year round outside entertaining. Vehicle access is available to the rear yard that’s low maintenance with pop up sprinklers front and rear.
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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. OPEN HOME: SAT 12:45-1:30PM
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.
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.
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15 MONTGOMERY AVENUE 2 BED I 1 BATH I 5 CAR GARAGE HEAVEN $199,500 A garage like this and a home all for under $200,000, i must be dreaming. 8 metre x 10 metre colour bond garage with 3.5 metre clearance at its peake. 2 bedroom stone home, with polished timber floors, slow combustion heating, split system air-conditioning.
26 YAHL MAIN ROAD, YAHL 4 BED | 2 BATH | 8 CAR COUNTRY FAMILY HOME $569,500 Enjoy the family life in this beautiful family home. Looking for room to move and sheds to make every man happy this home is for you. This quality home sits on a 5,000 s/ qm allotment including solid stone garage measuring approximate 18m x 10m with 2.7 m clearance.
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,.
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. OPEN HOME: SAT 12:00-13:30PM
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97-99 SUTTONTOWN RD MT GAMBIER 4 BED | 1 BATH | 4 CAR RARE FIND $249,000 Check out this rare property of over 4,000 sq/m in mount gambier city. Ideal for the young family looking for space and enjoy park like surrounds with the luxury of city living. 4 bedrooms 2 living areas, galley kitchen and meals area, slow combustion heating, plus heating and cooling unit.
LOT 156 WIRELESS ROAD WEST LOT 157 WIRELESS ROAD WEST LOT 151 WIRELESS ROAD WEST LOT 147 KING GROVE 31 JOHN POWELL DRIVE 8 GRANGE PLACE LOT 55 BENGALEE CRES LOT 56 BENGALEE CRES LOT 57 BENGALEE CRES LOT 58 BENGALEE CRES
RANGE OF SIZES AND PRICES TO MEET ANY BUDGET HOME AND LAND PACKAGES AVAILABLE $99,500 $99,500 SOLD SOLD $135,000 $127,500 $115,000 SOLD $115,000 $115,000
LOT 50 BENGALEE CRES LOT 51 BENGALEE CRES LOT 52 BENGALEE CRES LOT 53 BENGALEE CRES LOT 54 BENGALEE CRES LOT 85 BENGALEE CRES LOT 86 BENGALEE CRES LOT 87 BENGALEE CRES LOT 88 BENGALEE CRES LOT 89 BENGALEE CRES
$120,000 SOLD $130,000 $135,000 $120,000 $135,000 $128,000 $128,000 $128,000 $130,000
15 DERWENT COURT MOUNT GAMBIER 4 BED I 2 BATH I 3 CAR AFFORDABLE FAMILY HOME $319,500 Check out this quality built, solid construction family home. Located in a quite cul de sac, 3 living areas, resort style main bathroom recently renovated with floor to ceiling tiles. Includes games room, family room, lounge room, 4 large bedrooms plus office.
UNDREARCT CONT 308 COMMERCIAL ST MT GAMBIER 3 BED | 1 BATH | 2 CAR BUILT QUALITY, BE IMPRESSED $797,000 PLUS GST Wonderful location for any growing business, ideal for a variety of uses, high exsposure site. Which includes show room, 5 to 6 offices conference room, reception area, staff lunch room and kitchen large high clearance warehouse. Land size 1,692 sq/m. Plus under cover parking.
12 KEEGAN STREET MT GAMBIER 1 SAVANNAH COURT MT GAMBIER
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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.
DEVELOPERS OR INVESTORS DREAM $359,000 Rare large piece of land in mt gambiers city central. Ideal for the developer or home owner, walking distance to shops and café’s. Six community titles have already been created, and building plans available. Easy no fuss development opportunity.
158 TELFORD ROAD MOORAK 4 BED I 2 BATH I 2 CAR
10 SHEPHERD STREET 3 BED I 1 BATH I 1 CAR
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
STUNNING COUNTRY HOME $695,000 Best of country living, set on just over 2 ½ acres. Minutes from Mount Gambier and even closer to schools The Kitchen is every women’s dream Beautiful solid timber, large walk in pantry island bench breakfast bar and heaps of storage, and open meals family area.
GREAT INVESTMENT $219,000 Check out this very tindy brick and tile home, currently leased to november 2018 $280 per week, or new owner only needs to walk in and enjoy. Modern colours, new carpets, clean and tidy bathroom laundry and kitchen areas.
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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19 Webb Street
28 Jubilee Highway West
15 Renfrey Place
23 Blackall Street
NEW PRICE 3
Sought after location loaded with features, tastefully renovated kitchen/living/dining equipped with chef quality appliances. The rear yard boasts a 10m X 10m (approx) industrial OPEN quality workman’s shed fully powered and designed SAT with sliding doors for easy 9.30 - 10.00 access for the larger toys!
22 Bond Street
6 Lui Avenue
Smell the sea air. Great block ready to build on approx 6,600m2. Beautiful sandy beach access only a few minutes walk away. Chance to build your dream holiday / permanent home. Picturesque area – close to Port MacDonnell.
RENTALS 8/5 Shepherd 10/186 Commercial Street East 160 Wireless Road West 7 Billing Road, Worrolong 46 Commercial Street West 6 Kalimna Crescent 29 Gwendoline Street 3B Gebhardt Close 12 Chantilly Place 27 Landscape Lane, OB Flat 33 Stiles Street 78A Sea Parade, Port MacDonnell 78B Sea Parade, Port MacDonnell 45 Sassanowsky Road, Suttontown
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You will love the location and the views over the city. Big living area & fantastic shedding. Updated kitchen with OPEN stone bench tops. This SAT one ticks all the boxes! 10.15 - 10.45
This superb two – storey home will capture your heart! A flexible floor plan with so much to offer including OPEN exceptional shedding SAT – only an inspection 10.15 - 10.45 will reveal the many
226 Glencoe Road, Glencoe
Lovely affordable home on 2067m2 (approx.) two titles, country living with restful westerly outlook, bore and rainwater, OPEN fantastic community SAT to raise a family. The 11.15 - 11.45 possibilities are endless!
177 Kilsby Road, OB Flat
13 Lila Crescent, Nene Valley
NEW PRICE 3
A well maintained & renovated home fit for a family. Spacious living areas, outdoor entertaining & great shedding. Currently leased @ $255 p/ week. A smart investment.
2/3 Henty Street
LOT 54 Eight Mile Creek Road Eight Mile Creek
Beautifully positioned overlooking parklands. 3 spacious bedrooms, large open plan kitchen/living/dining. Spacious ensuite and walk in robe. Handy 5mX3m utility shed perfect for the boat.
9 Kooringa Street
Quality location – a spacious and solid family home. Boasting all a family desires, elevated outlook and at the doorstep of the Blue Lake. Fantastic street appeal, book your inspection today.
Perfect location – spacious family home in a quality street. Big on living and big on shedding! An ideal family home for OPEN those looking for low maintenance living and SAT 11.45 - 12.15 flat rear yard access.
Lovely north facing Mount Gambier stone home full of warmth and charm – a OPEN gorgeous family home – inspection a must! SAT 11.00 - 11.30
6 Davis Crescent
84 Lake Terrace East
Exceptional first home or one for the investor, loaded with extras. Huge shedding area and rear private access. OPEN Close to schools & SAT local shopping. 9.30 - 10.00
This superb family home is situated on a fantastic elevated allotment in the popular Conroe Heights. Spacious living OPEN areas, huge outdoor SAT entertaining and double 11.00 - 11.30 drive to extra shedding.
Tastefully renovated gem offering sweeping views of the city. 3 bedrooms – all with BIR’s, fully renovated bathrooms and laundry. OPEN Stunning near new kitchen. In a desirable SAT location. 4 car garaging 10.15 - 10.45 UMR. Just Special!.
5 Hilltop Avenue
9 Longmire Terrace
A solid & central home, close to city centre. Surrounded by quality homes, sports grounds & schools. Well OPEN maintained. This SAT home presents a 9.30 - 10.00 smart investment.
Beautiful family home located in the City fringe on 1,890m2 (approx). 2 titles – to be sold as a whole. Is immaculate inside & out. Country living – City convenience
Springview Stage 2, Mount Gambier
Spacious two bedroom townhouse within CBD limits. Large kitchen/meals/ dining, both bedrooms with built in robes, private rear court yard!
Loaded with character & charm, this home is an ultimate seaside escape. Only steps to the ocean this is ideal for a permanent home or perfect holiday stay.
Stage 2 “Collins Street”. A truly exciting subdivision. Sizing from 1,194m2 to 2,492m2. Sewer, power, Telstra and water available. Two allotments left!
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6 Kalimna Crescent
29 Gwendoline Street
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Avail Now 4 1 2 $270 pw • Three bedroom home with BIR & option for 4th bed or 2nd living • Lounge room with gas heating • Eat in kitchen with gas cooktop, dishwasher & W.I Pantry • Bathroom with separate shower & bath, with 2nd toilet • Detached double stone garage • No Pets
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 area lounge/dining/kitchen with gas cooking and 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
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.
25 Bertha Street
a approx 934m2
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.
8 Monash Crescent
A huge family home with unlimited potential, Two levels of living, bedrooms, kitchens, and bathrooms. Perfect for a large family or rental, possibilities for split accommodation S.T.C.C.
1/2A Doughty Street
1,209m (approx). Exceptional beachside property footsteps from the seafront. Amazing sea views & room for the boat, surfboards and all the toys. Inspect asap!
2 Aquarius Court
Classy Family home in popular Conroe Heights, spacious and stunning and an entertainers delight – an inspection will not disappoint!
Excellent unit for the investor or downsizer located in a small complex close to all amenities. 2 Living area, neutral colours throughout & appealing yard.
Immaculately presented throughout, this family delight will impress the fussiest of buyers. Designed for the whole family to enjoy – exceptional! Comes with bonus shedding.
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.
1 Melleray Court
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.
A solid investment, potential for a strong return. Close proximity to schools and shops. Rental estimate $175 - $185 p/w. Enquire today!
18 Eldridge Drive Worrolong
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!
Lifestyle allotments within the Port MacDonnell township. Ranging between 1ha – 2ha. Services include power and Telstra. 12ft gate entrance with post and wire fencing. Fully bitumised road throughout. Allotments oh so close to the beach. 7-9 Compton Street Port MacDonnell
Ideal for the first home buyer or investor, close to all amenities. A very well - maintained property, both inside and out. Currently leased at $230.00 per week. Will not buy better in this price range.
10 Morgan Street
a approx 5,000m2 each $159,500 each
Haviland Court Port MacDonnell
14 Kooringa Street
Tightly held location, solid & spacious home with 2 living areas and fantastic outdoor entertaining + extra shedding. This home offers all a family desires.
12 Catharina Place
4 Bengalee Crescent
4 Jacaranda Court
Fantastic double storey Townhouse in a great central position, private and secure. For the Nester or the Investor. Open plan living, upstairs ensuite & main bathroom downstairs.
1/5 Banksia Street
21-23 Compton Street, Port MacDonnell
Attention those seeking to invest in Port MacDonnell. Three units consisting of 2 x 2 bedroom and 1x1 bedroom all on one title and an adjoining vacant allotment (565m2 approx) on a separate title – to be sold as a whole. Inspect NOW!
63 Cape Douglas Road, Cape Douglas
Absolute beachfront – A breathtaking seaside escape. Low maintenance home unrestricted sea views & large outdoor entertaining. Enjoy swimming, surfing & fishing at your doorstep.
11 Fairlie Street
Prepare to be delighted, when you step inside this superb and deceptively spacious family home, located in the Lady Nelson precinct an easy stroll to the City centre. This home will be snapped up very quickly. - it’s that good!
11 Graney Court
Attractive home in quiet location offering good sized rooms and close to the Tafe precinct, hospital and short drive to the market place. Deceivingly spacious – a fantastic family home.
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78A Sea Parade, Port MacDonnell
3/193 Commercial Street
1/2 James Street
2/2 James Street
• Harrold St • 1/2 James Street • 2/2 James Street • 2 & 3/193 Commercial Street West Avail Now 3 2 2 $450 pw • Three bedrooms, Two Bathrooms • Superbly appointed with 2 Street frontage • Open Kitchen, meals & living • Upstairs Living & Balcony • Polished Hardwood floor • Reverse Cycle Split Air Con • Rear Entertaining • Double Garage with high clearance doors • Low Maintenance, easy care • No Pets
• 23-25 Commercial Street West • 3A Mitchell Street • 53 Commercial Street East
• Large open area • Up to 125m2 available approximately • Owner can make adjustments to suit your needs • Price On Application
• Ideal for retail or office space • Approx. 185.52 m2 • Reception area • Office • Staff Room • Fantastic location • Great incentives on offer from lessor • Price On Application
• Ideal for retail or office space • Approx 98.16 m2 *Polished floorboards throughout • 2 double access doors • Great window space • Fantastic Location • Great incentives on offer from lessor • Price On Application
• 3B Mitchell Street
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Property One - Burrungule Road, Burrungule 5317/434 ‘Coola’ 58.33 ha Property Two - Burnda Rd, Compton SA (4 Separate Titles) 5317/438 ‘Gunda Bluie’ 72.42 ha 5317/435 ‘Benera’ 33.44 ha 5317/437 ‘Cherry Gardens’ 8.396 ha 5317/436 ‘Staffords’ 11.94 ha Property Three - Moorak Hall Rd, Moorak SA (3 Separate Titles) 5262/953 ‘Arden Hill’ – Homestead 26.30 ha 5305/251 ‘Harris’ – Homestead 25.28 ha 5317/433 ‘Fletts’ 25.39 ha
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SOCIAL SOUTH GAMBIER FOOTBALL CLUB 1998 PREMIERSHIP REUNION
Bill & Duncan McGregor with Marilyn, Graham & Brent Howard
Scott McCracken, Kevin Bouchier, Mick Ryan & Brent Howard
Peter, Terry, Daryl & Robert Sims
David Walker, Jock Main, Daryl Sims & Noel Ryan
Paul Mullen, Simon Jones, Sam Copping & David Chant
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CRITICAL FORUM FOR SPORTING CLUBS There are more than 50 sporting and recreational clubs located in Naracoorte Lucindale Council offering a variety of sports and recreation. Clubs often approach council for support and advice in relation to improving their facilities and equipment, seeking letters of support, funding or in kind support from council and seeking funding from other bodies. To help clubs to understand the best way for them to work with Council an All Sporting Club Information Forum is being held at the Naracoorte Town Hall on August 6, from 6pm to 7.30pm. All sporting and recreational clubs from across the Naracoorte Lucindale Council area are strongly encouraged to attend the information forum. The Limestone Coast Local Government Associationâ€™s Star Club field officer Tony Elletson will provide valuable tips and advice on the importance of obtaining Star Club accreditation and its impact on potential funding from a State, national and local perspective. Council officers will discuss how to work with council, ways to better prepare club plans and project budgets and grant writing basics and how to attract sponsorship. 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. For further information or to register your attendance contact councilâ€™s community services team on (08)8760 1100 or visit www.naracoortelucindale.sa.gov.au/sports
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PROSTATE CANCER FUNDRAISER LAUNCH GOES OFF WITH A BANG it will only be a success because the community has really got behind it,” Jill said. The auction items are still being assembled but a stunning hand crafted wine rack from Eddie’s Furniture, fully stocked with donated local wines, will be one of the cherished items on the night. The girls are now looking to get people to buy their $40 ticket for the September 1 event, as well as seeking donations which can be credited directly to their account. Tickets are available from Chapman’s Newsagency and Redgum Country. The girls are also working closely with the Limestone Coast Prostate Cancer Support Group and the Mount Gambier Cancer Support Group and the money raised will be staying locally to help purchase a biopsy machine for the Mount Gambier Hospital – their joint project with the local cancer support groups.
It is off and running – the prostate cancer fundraiser Getting it Off for the Boys kickstarted its awareness and fundraising campaign with a Sunday Sesh at Metro Bakery & Café on July 22, and there is already more than $3000 in the kitty before the major head shaving night has even kicked off. The Beer & Burger function, which attracted 130 people, proved to not only be a great kickstarter for their fundraising campaign but a fun afternoon out. “It had a real party atmosphere,” Jill Collins, who is one of three local women getting it off for the boys on September 1. “If that is any indication of what the September 1 function will be like, it will be an amazing night. Everyone had a good time and they were so generous as well.” Made possible by the generosity of Metro Bakery & Café, Coopers Brewery, Carlton & United Breweries, Lion Nathan, Woolworths and the Bronca Family, everything was basically donated for the launch event, with raffles and lucky squares also on the go during the three hour afternoon of fun and fundraising. Richard Harry from the Limestone Coast Prostate Cancer Support Group gave a brief run down of his survival story and the role of the group, while Jill shared her inspiration for the head shave – her husband and other family and friends having battled and beaten the disease. But for the most part, the formalities were kept to a minimum as emcee Di Ind made the afternoon all about having a good time. Musical act Skyline Haze donated their time and also donated some money to help build the Getting if Off for the Boys coffers and they had the 130 attendees singing and dancing and also digging deep into their pockets. “I think it’s safe to say a happy crowd is a
generous crowd so that gives us a lot of confidence going into the big night on September 1,” Jill said. That is being hosted at the Western Tavern and will be a night to remember. A buffet, drink specials, live music from Brenton Williams and an auction and, of course, the head shave, will all be part of the night that kicks off at 7.30pm. “We have had such tremendous support from local businesses with prizes, products and their time and
shaving trio and Limestone Coast Prostate Cancer Support Group member & prostate cancer survivor Richard
Harry. The South Eastern Hotel’s Lisa Walker is the other girl getting it off for the boys.
Bank details for donations to the Getting it Off for the Boys fundraiser: Police Credit Union Jill’s Prostate Fundraiser BSB:805 005 ACC: 100224025 Left - Prostate cancer survivor Brian Collins, with his wife Jill Collins, who is one of three women shaving their heads for prostate cancer, with Jenny Thomson, another of the head
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COLLECTED STUPIDITY - SOLVING THE WORLD’S PROBLEMS, ONE WEEK AT A TIME... By ROBBIE TANSEL After quite a breakthrough that I’m sure we can agree was lifechanging last week, the fact that Chicken Crimpies are not as good as the other shapes
because they’re totally out of scale, I’m going to solve another massive problem this week. Before I do, another problem with Chicken Crimpies is they’re not
even called shapes. Barbecue Shapes, Savoury Shapes, Pizza Shapes, Chicken Crimpies. One of these things is not like the others. They don’t deserve to have the same box design as the real shapes. They need some sort of a warning on the box that says, “We’re not real shapes; you’d probably be better off buying a box of barbecue shapes.” Anyway, this week I will show you what the problem is with Apple Juice. I think it goes without saying that orange juice is the only proper juice. It is superior to all other juices. Other juices simply don’t measure up.
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Here’s what I’ve worked out regarding why apple juice is wrong. Apples aren’t juicy; they’re crunchy. If you squeeze an apple, juice will not readily come out. Juice is not a natural outcome of apples. Compare that with an orange. It is clearly juicy. Squishy and juicy even. You barely need to squeeze an orange for the juice to come out. A gentle squeeze and you’ve got a lovely glass of juice. This is why orange juice is appropriate but apple juice is only good if you want to provide a liquid that looks like urine if your kidneys weren’t
going well. Let’s move on to pineapple juice and use this method to see if it is a good idea. Pineapples are somewhat juicy. They are not as crunchy as apples so they are better than apple juice. They are not as squishy as oranges, so they are not as good as orange juice. But in the juice world they are still acceptable. How about orange and mango juice? Obviously the orange part of things is just fine so we really only need to have a think about the mango part. Again mangoes are not crunchy like apples, but they are also not juicy like oranges. The effort needed to get the juice out of a mango is more than an orange so clearly it is not as good as orange juice. The only thing that really makes it acceptable is combining it with the greatness of orange juice. I don’t think you’d drink a carton of mango juice. It might make a nice soup though. A dessert soup. Someone should make that happen. Let’s be honest. With orange juice being so good by itself, I’m not really sure why we’re adding something to it. Just not necessary. One exception to the juicey fruit makes a nice juice rule is the grapefruit. Grapefruit are plenty juicey, but not fit for human juice consumption. You could mix it with a 99:1 orange juice to grapefruit juice ratio and that’s still undrinkable. Having said lots of nice things about orange juice, I would like to query the sense of selling orange juice with pulp. Does anyone really want to have a drink that has a thickness about it? Surely people only want a liquid consistency when they’re drinking, not a liquid with floaties throughout. If you want floaties, surely you’d get a glass of rainwater. Banana? Do I even need to explain why that would be a bad idea? And don’t get me started on vegetable juices. Vegetables are for ruining your day, not kickstarting it in the morning. Vegies are generally crunchy for starters, so clearly not worthy of being a juice. Vegetables make as much sense in juice as they do in cakes. Let’s also be extremely clear. Juice does not need kale, coconut water, whey protein, oats, chia or ginger? Just oranges. Stop being stupid. If you want to write me an article about the problem with sweet potato chips next week, you’re not going to really need to twist my arm but email me at email@example.com
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Moto Classica 2018 has matched previous year’s efforts, raising around $3300 for Cancer Council SA. The brainchild of Tyrone Mustey, the event sees classic and vintage bikes on display at Mount Gambier’s City Hall, with owners vying for prizes, as well as raising money for a good cause. Around 600 people visited the 2018 display, at which there were 33 entrants, who travelled from Kingston Penola, Naracoorte and Adelaide, with bikes ranging in age from 1908 to 1983.
The event would not be possible without the support of the City of Mount Gambier, who provide the venue and are the event’s major sponsor. Other sponsors include Trident Tyre Centre, Shannon’s Insurance, Repco/ Penrite Oils Australia and GT Industrial Sales. The event is set to be rebranded in 2019 and will be known as the Mount Gambier Classic and Vintage Motorcycle Show. 2018 results Best British Bike: 1966 Matchless G80 Best American Bike: 1974 Indian ME 100 Best Japanese Bike: 1975 XS 650 B Yamaha Best Dirt Bike/Race bike: 1980 Godden 500 speedway solo Best European Bike:1985 Ducati Mike Hailwood Replica Mille Shannon’s Insurance pick: 1928 Ariel
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OVERDUE UPGRADE ON THE WAY FOR WESTERNS FACILITIES The Mount Gambier History Group and City of Mount Gambier are calling on the community to share stories of their family history to celebrate the centenary of Rook Walk, Mount Gambier’s largest working bee. This historical moment saw Mount Gambier come to a standstill on Wednesday, November 27, 1918. More than 2000 people assembled at the lakes area to take part in the greatest one-day community effort in the city’s history. Rook Walk was built as part of a beautification of the lakes scheme and organised by hotelier Arthur Rook and the progress association. The volunteers included tradesmen, labourers, bankers, shop assistants and 300 ladies who provided three meals during the day and live music by the Salvation Army and town band. “One of the stories that has always held my interest was of Rook Walk and how it drew our community together in such a powerful way at the end of the First
World War,” Mount Gambier History Group member Lynn Lowe said. “It was a time of sorrow and conflict but out of that grew hope and unity. As part of the celebrations we are hoping to find stories, photographs and memorabilia from the construction of the Rook Walk which was a very special time in the history of our city. We are hoping that people from around the region will share their stories or photographs from their ancestors who were involved.” A commemorative event will be held on Tuesday, November 27, to celebrate the historic community effort. Contact Community Events Team Leader Denise Richardson at firstname.lastname@example.org or (08)8723 1025 if you are interested in sharing stories or if you wish to provide photographs or family history for the event. Above (left) - Mount Gambier History Group member Lynn Lowe & (right) the opening of Rook Walk back in 1918.
MAKE SURE YOU CAN HAVE YOUR SAY This is a friend;ly reminder that the clock is ticking on your chance to have your say in the upcoming South Australian Local Government elections by ensuring you are enrolled to vote. Participating in your local council election is one of the most direct ways you can make a difference to everyday life in your community. In South Australia, council elections are held every four years to allow the community to choose who they wish to represent them on council. To ensure you have the opportunity to vote, you must be enrolled on either the State (House of Assembly) electoral roll, or your council voters roll. If you are already on the State electoral roll in your council area and vote in State elections, you are automatically included on the council voters roll and will receive ballot papers through the post. The council voters roll enables eligible candidates/ voters who are not already on the State Electoral Roll to make an application for enrolment. This can apply to residents who are not Australian citizens and
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other non-resident land owners and occupiers. A new council voters roll applies from January 1 in the year of an election. This means that anyone who was previously enrolled for the 2014 council elections may need to make an application to enrol by Friday, August 10, to cast a vote in the council election to be held in November. Enrolment forms are available at your local council office or on their website. Councils play a vital role in many community issues which impact locally on business including planning and development policy, public events, roads and parks maintenance, library, support to sporting and community groups and major projects. Teenagers who are 17 can also provisionally enrol by Friday 10 August and if they turn 18 on or prior to close of voting on Friday, November 9, will also be able to vote.
CHARITY BALL RETURNS It’s all about the kids this year with the annual Mount Gambier Hospital Charity Ball and so it seems only fitting this year’s event has a superhero theme. Coordinated by the Mount Gambier & Districts Health Service staff, the August 25 gala event, is $100 a head and includes a two course
meal, as well as entertainment from The Thomas Ghea Barn Big Band; Denis Mac and Adelaide Vocallists and a dance spectacular, courtesy of MJ Dance Studio. Tickets are available from Mangos Fashion and the Mount Gambier Hospital consulting rooms and for more details call Teresa Bueti on (08)8721 1202. The event is proudly sponosred by N.F. McDonnell & Sons, OGR, The Barn, Exchange Printers and TripleM Limestone Coast.
SOUTHERN GRAMPIANS SHIRE TO HOST COMMUNITY MEETINGS Southern Grampians Shire Council will be providing communities with a review of outdoor pool operations from the 2017-18 season and an outline of proposed works for the 2018-19 season. Residents are invited to attend one of the following sessions: • Penshurst* | 1 August | 6.30pm | Volcano Discovery Centre • Glenthompson*| 1 August | 8.30pm | Memorial Hall • Dunkeld* | 12 September | 7.00pm | Sterling Place - Dunkeld Community Centre. • Coleraine | 19 September | 5.30pm | Venue TBD • Balmoral | 19 September | 7.30pm | Venue TBD • Hamilton | 5 September | 6.00pm | Greater Hamilton Library. *Reviews at these towns will be included as an agenda item at existing township engagement meetings. UNIVERSITY OPEN DAY Deakin University’s Warrnambool Campus Open Day 2018 will offer prospective students a chance to sample life on campus by staying overnight, along with an array of interactive demonstrations, careers and study information. Deakin Warrnambool campus director Alistair McCosh said the August 5 Open Day was a great opportunity for prospective students to learn more about courses, scholarships and the advantages of studying at Warrnambool. Visitors to Open Day are also being offered free accommodation for two people at the University’s residences on Saturday August 4, along with free entry to Flagstaff Hill Maritime Village. The Open Day runs from 9am-3pm at Deakin’s Warrnambool campus, Princes Highway, Warrnambool. People travelling more than 100km to attend may also be eligible for a $50 fuel rebate. More information, including accommodation bookings and fuel rebates, is available at deakin.edu.au/openday
TEMPT THE TASTEBUDS Cinnamon Scrolls 100ml milk 100g butter, cubed 50g compressed yeast or 2 teaspoons (14g/2 sachets) dried yeast 300g (2 cups) plain flour 1 tablespoon caster sugar 1/2 teaspoon salt Plain flour, extra, to dust 1 egg, lightly whisked CINNAMON FILLING 75g butter, softened 100g (1/2 cup, firmly packed) brown sugar 3 teaspoons ground cinnamon Method Place the milk and butter in a saucepan over low heat. Cook, stirring, for 2 minutes or until butter melts. Remove from heat. Set aside to cool. Place the yeast in a small bowl. Gradually add the milk mixture, stirring, until the yeast dissolves. Combine the flour, sugar and salt in a large bowl. Make a well in the centre and add the milk mixture. Use a wooden spoon, then your hands, to mix until combined and a soft dough forms. Turn the dough onto a lightly floured surface and knead for 3 minutes or until smooth and elastic. Place the dough in a bowl. Cover with a tea towel and set aside in a warm, draught-free place for 1 hour to prove or until doubled in size. Meanwhile, to make the cinnamon filling, use an electric beater to beat the butter, sugar and cinnamon in a medium bowl until combined. Preheat oven to 220°C. Line a baking tray with baking paper. Punch down the centre of the dough with your fist. Knead in the bowl for 20-30 seconds or until smooth. Divide into 2 portions. Use a lightly floured rolling pin to roll out the dough to a 25 x 40cm rectangle, about 5mm thick. Spread with half the cinnamon mixture. Starting from a long side, roll pastry into a log. Trim ends. Cut crossways into 2cm thick slices and place on tray. Use the palm of your hand to flatten slices slightly. Repeat with remaining dough and filling. Set aside in a warm, draught-free place for 20 minutes or until doubled in size. Brush pastries with egg and bake in oven for 8-10 minutes or until brown and cooked through. Remove from oven and transfer to a wire rack to cool.
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WINE SHOW ENTRIES NOW OPEN Online entries for the 2018 Limestone Coast Wine Show (LCWS) are now open, with the region’s top drops set to be scrutinised by a new-look judging line-up packed with experience and credentials. In a competition first, 10 judges will oversee the event rather than the traditional six, reflecting the strong participation of local producers. Three judging panels will be led by acclaimed Tasmania-based winemaker and consultant, Samantha Connew, who takes over from popular Melbourne wine critic Jane Faulkner as the new chief of judges. In 2007, Samantha was named ‘International Red Winemaker of the Year’, and she was the first female chair of judges at the Sydney Royal Wine Show (2014). She has previously worked as a senior winemaker in the Hunter Valley and McLaren Vale, and launched her Tasmanian solo project, Stargazer Wines, in 2013. This year’s guest international judge is New Zealand-based wine judge and author, Sam Kim, who publishes the online wine review magazine Wine Orbit. Sam holds a Certificate in Winemaking and has been judging wine for two decades at wine competitions including The Air New Zealand Wine Awards, Decanter Asia Wine Awards and The Spiegelau International Wine Competition. Further high-profile LCWS judges hail from Margaret River, Melbourne, Griffith, Adelaide and the Limestone Coast, bringing an unprecedented level of scrutiny and palate diversity to the program. Between them, they will be tasting an estimated 500 of the region’s favourite wines at the Coonawarra Hall from 22-26 October. Last year’s wine show unearthed the broadest list of trophy winners in the event’s history, with all Limestone Coast regions represented. It saw a near-record haul of 72 gold medals, with 92 silver and 142 bronze also awarded. Organisers are hoping for similar success in 2018 on the back of a strong vintage. “The wine show offers a great opportunity for wineries to have their wines tasted by some of the top palates and influencers in the wine world, and we encourage all Limestone Coast producers to get on board and enter,” said the LCWS Committee’s Sarah Pidgeon. “This year for the first time, we are also opening classes to 2018 bottled red wines, reflecting the growing popularity of ‘early release’ fresh drinking styles.” Printed schedule booklets ave been posted out to past entrants last week, and entries can be lodged at limestonecoastwine.com.au . Entries close on Friday, August 24 and trophy winners will be announced on Thursday, October 25, at a dinner at Naracoorte Town Hall hosted by the Wrattonbully Wine Region. UNIQUE OUTDOOR CINEMA FUNDRAISING OPPORTUNITY FOR COMMUNITY GROUPS Enjoy a little bit of Hollywood this summer and make those highly required funds to support your not-for-profit group thanks to the Glenelg Shire Council. Glenelg Shire Council’s tourism and events unit is calling for expressions of interest from shire based organisations and groups to host, in partnership with council, a popular pop-up outdoor cinema event. Recent twilight events have attracted up to 700 people, including the popular Twilight Gardens celebrations at the Portland Botanic Gardens which included a showcase of local music, food, and wine in a fairy light wonderland. Mayor Cr Anita Rank said given the successful result it was time to broaden the benefits to other community groups. She said council has previously partnered with the Great South West Walk committee raising more than $1500 for the organisation. “Our Twilight Cinema series is always the highlight of the summer events calendar attracting hundreds of people and providing a great showcase of the things which make our shire great,” Cr Rank said. “This year we are handing back the reigns to our local community. We are calling on not-for profit clubs and organisations, such as sporting groups, parent clubs and service groups, to build a convincing event plan to host a twilight event in lifestyle1.net | 28
partnership with council’s tourism unit. These plans could include showcasing local musical and performance groups, a series of markets, an activity, or showcase of local wine and food, to act as a further attraction to lure movie goers to the event. Applying is as easy as building an event plan and completing the expression of interest form. Council’s tourism unit will announce successful entries in late Spring.” As part of hosting a Twilight Cinema event, council’s tourism unit will complete all of the cinema set-up and pack-up, coordinating all of the cinema licensing requirements. It is of note that the twilight cinema can only operate in darkness, and therefore movies cannot be screened before 9pm during daylight savings. Cr Rank said it was important that event plans included activities to raise funds prior to the movie, such as selling food, a raffle, auction or games. “We want to hear from not-for-profit groups from all over our shire – not just our big centres, but all of our outlying communities who have a convincing case to host the big screen this summer,” Cr Rank said. “Be quick and think big because the boldest and most convincing plans will be those which capture council’s attention first.” Expressions of interest close August 31. For further information contact council’s community liaison officer Sharon Bridgewater on (03)5522 2172 or firstname.lastname@example.org
FARMERS URGED TO BENCHMARK Former Grassland Society of Southern Australia president, Nick McBride, is urging all farmers to join in benchmarking. Delivering the annual Mac Troup lecture at the Grassland Society’s annual conference at Millicent on July 18 &19, Mr McBride (pictured above with Premier Steven Marshall) said benchmarking was a key profitability driver. “It not only shows a farm’s position compared with others, it highlights what other farms are doing better,” he said. “If you’re not measuring and comparing, how do you know where you’re at? If you’re interested in getting a return from your land, you need to measure and compare and benchmarking is an effective method to do this.” Mr McBride, now the Liberal Member for Mackillop, was president of the Grassland Society in 2016-17 and remains on the central committee. He has been a director of AJ and PA McBride since 2006 and owns fine wool and beef enterprise Conmurra Station near Kingston in south-east South Australia. Mr McBride said benchmarking had helped the company into a very strong position over the past decade. “We were able to put in place strategies to take advantage of the high commodity prices that the industry is now experiencing, such as drought management, productivity improvements and feed budgeting.” Mr McBride said his company aimed to be in the top 20 per cent of benchmarking producers. “Timing and luck still play a part, but we can now make our own luck through best practice operations. We don’t see other operations in the industry as competitors – everyone can benefit and lift profitability through benchmarking.” Mr McBride, a sixth-generation woolgrower, said that benchmarking for livestock industries over the past 30 years indicates there are two good years in 10. “Don’t miss them,” he said. The Mac Troup Lecture is delivered annually in memory of the great contribution Mr Troup made to grazing industries in Victoria. Mr Troup, who died in 1982 aged 73, was one of the society’s staunchest supporters and an innovative farmer who made a great contribution to grazing industries in Victoria. The society was formed in 1959 and has branches in Albury-Wodonga, Central Ranges, Central West, Gippsland, East Gippsland, and Western District in Victoria, Limestone Coast in South Australia, and Tasmania. It provides a forum for the transfer of information, ideas and experiences in relation to all aspects of grassland establishment, maintenance, utilisation, persistence and research.
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AT A GLANCE HEARTWARMING PLAY HEADED TO SIR ROBERT HELPMANN THEATRE A heart-warming, funny and raucous celebration of family, culture and tradition is coming to the Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre in Mount Gambier on August 18 when The Season hits the stage. The Season centres on the Duncans, a mob as funny as they are unforgettable. For six weeks every year you’ll find the Duncans on Dog Island off Tasmania’s north coast, where they come back to roost for mutton-bird season. Amid the threat of snakes and Pop’s explosive temper, the family reunites with a country and culture still very much alive. Hatchets are buried, secrets revealed, pranks pulled, deep connections made – and all within a family bursting with love and always up for a laugh. Country Arts SA is proud to present the heart-warming family comedy-drama, by award-winning playwright Nathan Maynard, with a stellar cast of some of the nation’s most distinguished Aboriginal actors including Trevor Jamieson (The Secret River, Bran Nue Dae), Matthew Cooper (Redfern Now), Lisa Maza (The Sapphires, Black Arm Band), Nazaree Dickerson, Della Rae Morrison, Maitland Schnaars and James Slee. The Season provides a fascinating glimpse into a little-known cultural tradition and, whilst a fictional yarn, Maynard lovingly evokes the hundreds of stories (some tall, some true) shared during his family’s annual get-together and his own experiences over 20 years of birding season. Nathan Maynard is a descendant of the Chief of the Trawlwoolway Clan and of the whole of the North East Tasmanian Indigenous peoples. He was the recipient of the Tasmanian Aboriginal Artist of the Year Award in 2006 and 2013; the 2017 Green Room Award for Best New Writing for The Season, his first full-length play, and at this year’s NAIDOC Awards was named Aboriginal Tasmanian Person of the Year.
CLASSIC BIKE & CAR SHOW STILL CHASING ENTRIES The Blue Lake City Custom/Classic Bike and Car Show is still chasing entries for their October event. Entry is only $10 per vehicle and organisers are looking for all types including hot rods, street machines, drag cars and bikes, off road, speedway, vintage cars and bikes for the October 27 event, which will be hosted at Active8 Health & Sports Centre. Proceeds are going to suicide awareness programs. For more information and enter forms contact Graeme on 0419 806 410 or email email@example.com
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HEARTWARMING PLAY HEADED TO SIR ROBERT HELPMANN THEATRE For more than five years, the Bucks for Bush grants incentives program has assisted landholders to protect and enhance native vegetation through planting biodiverse shelterbelts, fencing remnant scrub and weed control. Natural Resources South East Bush Management Advisor Abigail Goodman said the program, which is now complete, worked with more than 100 passionate landholders across the South East. “The Bucks for Bush program added up to so much more,” Dr Goodman said. “In a lot of cases we provided the seed funding, but also provided opportunity for other people to get involved and for landholders to think bigger than they did initially.” Local landholder Rob Loechel was involved with the program and said his patch of scrub has been in the family since 1936. “We've been very careful, because of the red-tailed black cockatoos that visit,” Mr Loechel said. “There have also been more than 25 different varieties of orchids photographed here. “The grants have been magnificent, they’ve helped us out a lot in maintaining the flora and fauna we’ve got. The main thing we've gained out of the program is the support. It’s been good just to know someone else is thinking of us.” Delivered by the SE NRM Board and NRSE through funding from the Australian Government’s National Landcare program, 107 projects were supported with 2904 hectares of native vegetation protected and enhanced, 111 ha of revegetation work, and 52km of shelter belts planted. Bruce Wood and his family established their farm five years ago and have begun the second stage of their revegetation project. “We had the great privilege of working with Bucks for Bush,” Mr Wood said. “It has been a really important partner for us in the revegetation of our land. It is more than the funding that has been provided, it’s the team we've got to work with, the learning and encouragement. It taught us so much and we're also better understanding how to manage our pastures and how to manage these areas for better environmental outcomes. The real dream I have is walking in 25 years’ time through this area with my grandchildren showing them what we've managed to achieve.” Although the Bucks for Bush program is complete, the foundations and networks that have been built over the past five years will have lasting impacts on the environment and biodiversity of our region. Above (top) - Landholder Steven Gray with a newly planted shleterbelt. Above (inset) - An established shelter belt.
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BRAIN TEASER WHO AM I?? How many clues did you need? 1. I was born in Toorak in 1930. 2. I studied at Magdalen College at Oxford before returning home to run my family’s sheep property near Hamilton. 3. I was elected to the Federal seat of Wannon in 1955 making me one of the youngest members to ever be elected to Federal Parliament. 4. When Harold Holt became Prime Minister I ecame Minister for the Army. 5. I went on to be Minister for Defence and Minister for Science & Education. 6. After the coalition lost the 1972 election I unsuccessfully challenged for the Liberal leadership but lost the vote to Bill Sneddon. 7. After the 1974 election loss, my leadership challenge was successful. 8. I was installed as caretaker Prime Minister after the sacking of the Whitlam Government. 9. I had a keen interest in foreign affairs and was a supporter of multiculturalism. 10. I won a landslide victory in 1975 and was re-elected in 1977 and 1980 before losing to Bob Hawke in 1983. RESARF MLOCLAM :REWSNA
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1. How many electorates were part of last weekend’s Super Saturday of byelections? 2. US author William Faulkner is one of three authors to win which prestigious literary prize twice? 3. Burnie is a town in which Australian State? 4. Hassan Rouhani is the president of which country? 5. Married to Aussie model Miranda Kerr, Evan Spiegel is the co-founder of which popular communication app? 6. Recently suspended US swimmer Ryan Lochte has how many individual Olympic gold medals? 7. What is a baby anteater called? 8. How many sides does a hexagon have? 9. In which year was Twitter founded? 10. Which animal appears on the Australian 20 cent piece? 11. Albert II is the reigning monarch of which European principality? 12. What is the capital of Vietnam?
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WRIGHT CLAIMS ENGLISH SPORTING SHOOTS Near perfect winter weather conditions greeted 74 shooters that nominated for the 60 Target English Sporting at Burrungule Park. The event was sponsored by Pick Ave. Bakery & Deli, Russell Industries & Spot On Fishing Tackle Course setter Ken Atkin set a course over five stands where every target was shot single barrel as clay targets are presented in pairs to test the shooters skills. Unusually three pairs of simulated rabbits started each round. Chris Wright used his considerable experience to be the only shooter on the day to shoot all 15 pairs in his second round to win the Gambier Shooting Supplies High Gun with 56/60 One target behind was Leigh Dunn who won AA grade, from Ron Rhook, with Jeremy Kent needing to shoot off with Chris VonStanke Jnr to claim third. Andrew Green won A grade with 54/60, Tony Sellars needed to win a shoot off with Tim Widdison to decide the minor placings. Matt Jones returned to the winners circle with 47/60 to take out B grade from Daryl Lewis who beat Michael Gates in a shoot off. Steve Groen took a dominant win in C grade with 40/60 from Reg Hamilton
and Dwayne Bell. Neville Kent took out first in Veterans by four targets, followed by 51/60 from Graham Lamond and Ernie Scheidl. Barry Hill took out Super Veterans with 53/60 from Kevin Dyson and Bob Jones rounding out the podium in third. Tash Bellinger took the Ladies category from Janette Densley with the improving Emma Lawford in third. Adam Kuhl proved his all-round sporting skills with win in the Juniors from Ben Hastings and Liam Lewis. The competitive Sub Juniors saw Declan Wright claim the win from the improving Carter Rossouw and Shakielle VonStanke in third.
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RESULTS Gambier Shooting Supplies High Gun Chris Wright 56/60 AA Grade; 1st L.Dunn 55/60,2nd R.Rhook 54/60, 3rd J.Kent 53/60 A Grade; 1st A.Green 54/60, 2nd T.Sellars 51/60, 3rd T.Widdison 51/60 B Grade; 1st M.Jones 47/60, 2nd D.Lewis 44/60, 3rd M.Gates 44/60 C Grade; 1st S.Groen 40/60, 2nd R.Hamilton 2nd 34/60, 3rd D.Bell 29/60 Veterans; 1st N.Kent 51/60, 2nd G.Lamond 2nd 47/60, 3rd E.Scheidl 47/60 SuperVeterans; 1st B.Hill 53/60, 2nd K.Dyson 50/60,3rd B.Jones 46/60 Ladies; 1st T.Bellinger 45/60, 2nd J.Densley 42/60, 3rd E.Lawford 28/60 Juniors; 1st A.Kuhl 31/60, 2nd B.Hastings 25/60, 3rd L.Lewis 23/60 Sub Juniors; 1st D.Wright, 38/60, 2nd C.Rossouw 36/60, 3rd S.VonStanke 35/60 Upcoming Events Sunday, August 19 • Lake Bonney 50 Targets Sunday, August 26 • Burrungule Park 75 Targets (Family Shoot) Above (left) - Sponsor Dane Hastings with High Gun winner Chris Wright
Above (top) - Juniors podium (from left) - Liam Lewis, Adam Kuhl & Ben Hastings. Above (bottom) - Sub Juniors podium (from left) - Shakielle VonStanke, Declan Wright & Carter Rossouw
SPORT AT A GLANCE
BRING ON 2019
TIGERS ON THE HUNT
FROM PAGE 4 Of course, putting together the 2019 team roster is not without its challenges and while the one on one exit interviews for season 2018 have been completed, and Daly, is already a lock for 2019, the rest is rarely confirmed until the end of the year, and imports, be they NBL listed Australians or overseas talent, they are even later in terms of putting pen to paper. Alex Marzette is certainly a player of interest for Hill but how his career pans out as he chases a place in a European league will have a big say on his availability. The good news is, Marzette was clearly impressed with the level of SEABL. “He has played in the champions league in Finland and the top league in Portugal and he said the competition in the SEABL was much harder and he is comparing that to the other country’s top leagues,” Hill said. In the end, Mount Gambier has continued to punch above its weight and could well be the most successful franchise, which when you consider its location and population base is a huge feat. SA talent Sam McDaniel is also keen to return to the Pioneers program. Hill is already planning some training camps for October and November and is still working with local talent and the Mount Gambier based players with one on one sessions.
With no post season action on the agenda for North Gambier, attention has already turned to 2019 and the Tigers are on the htun - for a new coach. Incumbent Winis Imbi has been at the helm for three seasons and has a premiership to his name when North Gambier defeated South Gambier with a young list that saved its best for last. The Tigers also made the 2017 flag decider but were shock losers to a rampaging Bulldogs. A highly credentialed player and coach, Imbi is stepping down at season’s end and the club has its sights set on a playing coach to lead them forward from 2019. This season was certainly Imbi’s most challenging with the club suffering arguably its higherst player turnover in recent memory, during a decade that has been one of sustained success at Vansittart Park. “Winis has been able to educate and guide through a tough season results wise, a large group of new and younger players in what it means to be better footballers but more importantly better people,” club president Jamie Walters said. “This has been a fundamental plank in Winis’ coaching throughout his tenure at North Gambier. His dedication to North Gambier has seen him devote a huge amount of time, energy and passion. Whilst living in Portland and coaching in Mount Gambier Winis has not left a stone unturned to try and improve not only our players but everyone that has had the pleasure of crossing his path. The North Gambier Football Club would especially like to thank Winis’ wife Melissa and Noah for their support of Winis and the club over the last three years. Their unwavering support and belief in their husband and father has been of an immeasurable benefit. His impact can’t be measured in results alone. He has improved everyone that he has come across in the last three years.” Above - Out-going coach Winis Imbi (centre) with 2017 best & fairest Nick McInerney (left) & runner-up Brett Kennedy.
TRIGG ON WRONG SIDE OF POINTS DECISION Mount Gambier boxer Bobby Trigg was unable to claim another Australian title when he lost on points to Jai Alexander. Trigg was moving up a weight division and Alexander was supposed to be coming down in weight but he failed to do so at the weigh-in. The bout went on regardless, meaning only Trigg could claim the title. “It was a really good fight and he was a big boy,” coach Colin Cassidy said. “I thought we might have bitten off a bit too much but Bobby was great.”
SEWFA RESULTS SOUTH EAST WOMEN’S FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION ROUND ELEVEN Under 15s Centrals 10 (Kate Seaton 5; Olivia Gwilym 4; Sheridan Sakkers) d United 0 Apollo 4 (Evany Rex, Alex Jolley 2) d Inter 2 (Ella Doody 2) Millicent - BYE Seniors Centrals 3 (Tess Andrews, Tracey Long, Paris Ackland ) d United 1 (Aimee Beck) Apollo City 5 (Lu-Wei Spinks, Zoe Brooksby, Daylia Daylia & own goal) d Inter CFC 1 (Taylah Cella); Wanderers - BYE Millicent v Portland (PLAYED SUNDAY - see our facebook page for result) Next week Inter CFC vs Wanderers at Blue Lake Sports Park Portland vs United at Portland Centrals vs Apollo City at Bishop Road Below (top) - Wanita Robinson (Centrals) and Briohny Rogers (Millicent) Below (middle) - Kate Seaton (Centrals) & Christene Farana (Millicent) Below (bottom) - Rylee Seidel (Centrals) & Olivia Montuori (Millicent) PHOTOS COURTESY OF PAUL MCKENZIE
KANE DE WIT – COACH’S AWARD “He was clearly our most competitive guy all year round in terms of effort level and competition on the floor. Kane, from my point of view, suffered the most because of our instability. He had to fill in the holes. We had a plan for Kane, which we started last year, and he improved immensely last year. This year we couldn’t follow through on that plan as much because of the changes in the line up and Kane had to keep filling the holes of the guys who weren’t playing. To be able to do that and do it very, very well was a credit to Kane. He made a lot of sacrifices for the team and took on any role and the responsibility really well.”
THE AWARD WINNERS WHAT THE COACH HAD TO SAY… LEWIS THOMAS – ALLAN SCOTT AO MEDALLIST & DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR “He was our best player in terms of the season as a whole. No one put together a complete season like Lewis. Alex (Marzette) was runner up on the basis of about five really good games. Lewis turned out like I thought. His competitiveness and his professionalism were the reason I signed him. I thought he would make our team better and his team mates better. He was also a better player than I expected him to be. I thought he would be very good and I liked his personal qualities and I thought he would fit our system and it did work out better than we both anticipated. We would love to have him back. “
INDOOR BOWLS RESULTS TOM DALY – GOLDEN HANDS AWARD “Tom started off unbelievably with a 40 point home game an d then he got injured and it made for a tough season for Tom. He probably played the last five games when he shouldn’t have. By his own admission he couldn’t play at the level he needed to be able to play because of the injuries this year. We just got him back from his knee injury and he was starting to build really nicely and then he did his ankle pretty badly but as Tom always does, he pushed through because everything was on the line to make the play offs. PHOTOS COURTESY OF DARREN GALWEY
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KIMBERLY-CLARK AUSTRALIA PENNANTS - ROUND 14 Kilsby Shield RSL & District 54 d Commercial Club 45, Saints 60 d Yahl 43, Post-Tel 55 d Glenburnie 39, Glencoe 52 d Kongorong 51. Malseed Shield Mt Gambier Bowls Club 52 d Mil Lel 50, Moorak Blue 62 d Blue Lake Bowlers White 39, Blue Lake Bowlers Blue 56 d Moorak Red 47. Premiership Tables after Round 13 Kilsby Shield Post-Tel 24 points, 157.04%; RSL & District 22, 152.07; Glenburnie 21, 140.31; Saints 14, 101.37; Commercial Club 11, 90.77; Glencoe 10, 64.97; Yahl 5, 72.67; Kongorong 5, 60.20. Malseed Shield Mt Gambier Bowls Club 24, 124.06; Blue Lake Bowlers Blue 18, 108.65; Moorak Blue 16, 113.70; Mil Lel 12, 99.46; Moorak Red 10, 89.83; Blue Lake Bowlers White 4, 70.73.
South Gambier’s Brad Bryant
South Gambier’s Brodie Glynn
REDBACKS CHALLENGE WEST Division 1 Women West 5 def Redbacks 3 From the opening whistle Redbacks were on a mission to show that they are genuine contenders for the 2018 premiership. West has had a dominant season but in recent weeks have shown a few cracks which Redbacks were keen to exploit. Redbacks dominated the first five minutes, forcing saves from West goalkeeper Maddie Clark and some desperate defence from Michelle Clark and Georgia Mustey. Despite Redbacks early dominance West proved that they are dangerous on the counter attack when they scored the opening goal on there first opportunity with Ashlea Dunn scoring from a penalty corner. Redbacks knew their own quality though and continued undaunted and had soon levelled the scores after a fine solo run by Zara Blackwell. This was shaping up to be an enthralling encounter and a real test for West, the likes of which we haven’t seen all year. Angela Broad kept the crowd captivated with a calm overhead finish to take the lead. By midway through the first half the match settled into a midfield battle with both teams having opportunities to press into attack but finding the defence impenetrable. It was Redbacks who was next able to break through though as Blackwell, this time found alone inside the circle, scored another to level things up. Chloe McKenzie regained the lead for West in the dying minutes of the first half via a smart deflection right in front of Redbacks goalkeeper Rachel Curtis. Redbacks looked threatening immediately after but Michelle Clark was able to clear the ball and send the game to the half time break with West holding a slender 3-2 lead. The midfields continued to battle it out early in the second half. Ashleigh Dunn was dominating for West creating opportunities for herself and for team mates ,including Paige Clark who scored 15 minutes into the second half to double the West lead. Zara Blackwell has been absent from the Redbacks team for some weeks but her return was a welcome one as she scored her third to bring Redbacks back within a goal. At the other end of the field Rachel Curtis was making some great saves to keep Redbacks within striking distance but she couldn’t hold them out forever with McKenzie scoring her second to seal the 5-2 victory. This game was the highlight of the Division 1 season and proves that the early predictions of Wests dominance were a bit premature. The premiership is clearly up for grabs with Redbacks
last weekend staking their claim despite the defeat. RESULTS Division 1 Men West 3 d Cavaliers 0; Tigers 2 d Redbacks 1 Division 1 Women West 5 d Redbacks 3; Tigers (D1) 1 drew with Strikers (D2) 1 Division 2 Men Cavaliers 5 d West 4 U15 Boys West 6 d Cavaliers 1 U12 Girls Tigers 3 d Redbacks 1 Below (top left) - Veteran Kahn Aston continues to perform well in Tigers Division 1 Men’s defence.
Mundulla 4.3 12.8 18.11 25.16 (166) Border Districts 4.1 5.4 7.6 10.7 (67) Goals- Mundulla: S. Little 5; J. Hinge, J. McGrice, W. Nankivell 4; J. Dolling, N. Gregurke, N. Mosey 2; D. King, D. Mosey. Border Districts: S. Mansell 6; D. Starr, B. Denmead. Best - Mundulla: N. Gregurke, T. McIntyre, D. Mosey, E. Jaeschke, L. Wiese, S. Little. Border Districts: K. Phillips, B. Keast, S. Mansell, H. Pretlove, B. Denmead, Z. Edwards. Kybybolite 3.3 8.10 9.13 15.16 (106) Kingston 1.4 1.6 5.8 5.11 (41) Goals - Kybybolite: A. Monfries 6; L. McGregor 4; B. Munn 2; C. Mattner, S. Carberry, J. McKay. Kingston: T. Baker 2; R. Clarke, H. Wright, M. Wakefield. Best - Kybybolite: J. McKay, B. Munn, R. Jaensch, A. Monfries, J. Bittner, L. McGregor. Kingston: L. Exton, T. Baker, B. Warner, J. Wiseman, J. May, J. Del Olivera. Lucindale 3.2 5.7 8.12 18.14 (122) Padthaway 1.2 6.3 8.5 10.5 (65) Goals - Lucindale: A. Fielke, R. McInerney, A. Eckermann 3; H. Legoe, S. Mardling, T. Logan 2; M. Kelsh, N. Cane, S. Spriggs. Padthaway: L. Harder 5; L. Eats 3; T. Brown 2. Best - Lucindale: H. Legoe, D. McCarthy, A. McCarthy, T. Logan, L. Jones, S. Mardling. Padthaway: D. Obst, T. Edwards, L. Harder, T. Michael, T. Brown, B. Leahy. Kaniva Leeor 5.4 12.10 17.11 23.13 (151) Bordertown 1.2 2.3 3.4 5.6 (36) Goals - Kaniva Leeor: N. Murphy 9; J. Jarred 3; S. Williams Bale, C. Hitchcock, S. Snook, J. Brown 2; N. Bowles, A. Brown, J. Wagg. Bordertown: N. Hampel 3; S. Copestick, M. Douglas. Best - Kaniva Leeor: N. Murphy, S. Williams Bale, A. Brown, L. Vivian, N. Bowles, T. Brown. Bordertown: C. Sandercock, T. Underwood, S. Copestick, J. Lusher, B. Paech, S. Creaser. Keith 1.2 2.5 7.7 12.17 (89) Penola 1.3 2.6 2.6 4.6 (30) Goals - Keith: A. Dunstan, A. Wilson, L. Mitchell, G. Johnson 2; T. Geyer, L. Wilhlem, H McMurray, S. Lehmann.Penola: B. Fsoter 3; D. Bunnik. Best - Keith: T. Geyer, A. Dunstan, D. Coghlan, G. Johnson, H. McMurray, J. Pitchford. Penola: A. Moore, L. Walker, H. Porter, J. Mansell, J. Martin, B. Maney.
B GRADE Mundulla 30.16 (196) d Border Districts 7.5 (47) Kingston 1.6 (102) d Kybybolite 10.6 (66) Keith 24.10 (154) d Penola 6.2 (38) Lucindale 8.16 (64) d Padthaway 1.7 (13) Bordertown 14.13 (97) d Kaniva Leeor 7.7 (49)
SENIOR COLTS Kaniva Leeor 17.8 (110) d Bordertown 8.6 (54) Kingston 6.4 (40) drew with Kybybolite 6.4 (40) Penola 14.6 (90) d Keith 0.0 (0) Padthaway/Lucindale 9.11 (65) d Mundulla 6.9 (45)
JUNIOR COLTS Below (top right) - Cavaliers u15 Boys Jesse Dowie never gave up in their loss to West. Below (bottom) - Aiden Cameron was dominant for West u15 Boys in Saturday morning’s foggy conditions against Cavaliers.
Bordertown 8.7 (55) d Kaniva Leeor 4.2 (26) Border Districts 7.5 (47) d Mundulla 2.1 (13) Kybybolite 9.6 (60) d Kingston 0.0 (0) Penola 3.2 (20) d Keith 0.2 (2)
HAMPDEN NETBALL A GRADE Port Fairy 57 d Hamilton Kangaroos 37 (J. McCallum, J. Parker, A. McDonald) Koroit 61 d Portland 24 (S. Arnott, R. Payne, T. Knight)
HAMPDEN FOOTBALL A GRADE Koroit 3.3 13.5 21.6 29.10 (184) Portland 2.3 3.4 3.4 3.5 (23) Goals - Koroit: J. Korewha 11; T. McIntyre 7; J. North 3; J. Hausler 2; D. McCutcheon, D. Roache, L. Hoy, T. McPherson, J. Whitehead, B. Goodall. Portland: T. Lovell, J. Moody, F. Jones. Best - Koroit: J. Korewha, J. Hausler, T. McIntyre, B. Harrington, A. Pulling, L. Hoy. Portland: F. Jones, D. Falcone, D. Jackson, A. Shepherd, T. Sharp, T. Hernan. Port Fairy 3.3 8.6 9.9 14.11 (95) Hamilton Kangaroos 0.3 4.6 7.8 10.10 (70) Goals - Port Fairy: D. Nicholson 3; S. McCartney, X. McCartney, J. Hollmer 2; S. Robinson, J. Coleman, M. Gattek, M. Pitt, K. Mercovich. Hamilton Kangaroos: D. Russell 4; B. Thomas 3; B. Huf, J. Meulendyks, H. Douglas. Best - Port Fairy: M. Pitt, D. Gunning, I. Martin, S. Robinson, M. Sully, D. Nicholson. Hamilton Kangaroos: S. Barnes, D. Russell, J. Pertzel, J. Slabbert, S. Fiegert, M. McMeel.
SOUTH WEST DISTRICT NETBALL A GRADE Cavendish 79 (C. Crawford, M. Perry, S. Langley) d Coleraine 33 (H. Langley, E. Grigg, C. Langley); Westerns 55 (L. Sullivan, T. Rowe, K. Zeunert) d Dartmoor 33 (C. Finnigan, A. Beer, R. Vankalken); Heathmere 61 (N. Ooi-Cleary, H. Ball, E. Smith) d Branxholme-Wallacdale 43 (L. Wheeler, T. Meade, C. Tonissen); Tyrendarra 83 (A. Carne, R. Grant, E. Stiles) d Heywood 35 (S. Malseed, L. Lovett-Murray, M. Rose)
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Lucindae 70 (M Gear, H Smart) d Padthaway 37 (L Fischer, P Moyle-Read) Bordertown 69 d K/L United 36 Mundulla 62 (P Marra, A Wendelborn) drew Border Districts 62 (E Hausler, L Biggs) Kybybolite 53 (K Heinrich, B Bugg) d Kingston 41 (E Peters, E Southall) Keith 60 (M Wachtel, M Harper) d Penola 53 (E Winter, S Skeer)
A RESERVE Lucindale 76 (A Rayner, J Bittner) d Padthaway 18 (I Damin, C Nolan) Bordertown 57 d K/L United 34 Mundulla 36 (A Modra, S Hinge) d Border Districts 28 (J Tucker, L Willmott) Kybybolite 62 d Kingston 28 (C Burns, G Millie) Penola 56 (E Gordon, K Dent) d Keith 49 (C Leek, M Makin)
B GRADE Lucindale 49 (L McCarthy, H Ware) d Padthaway 29 (K Lang, A Steer) Bordertown 58 d K/L United 31 Mundulla 76 (L Excell, M Leach) d Border Districts 32 (S Thomas, D Dodson) Keith 57 (E Millhouse, A Eriksen) d Penola 44 (N Hayes, J Drury)
C GRADE Padthaway 37 (S Stevens, S Deacon) d Lucindale 34 (S Ferguson, T O’Brien) K/L United 30 d Bordertown 27 Mundulla 74 (B Western, M Bertus) d Border Districts 20 (A Michelmore, A Light) Kybybolite 36 d Kingston 31 (T Armfield, K Hines) Penola 52 (S Pitt, K Braun) d Keith 39 (T Verco, H Harper)
17 & UNDER Bordertown 28 d K/L United 25 Mundulla 53 (M Harris, T Pilgrim) d Border Districts 37 (A Michelmore, M Pretlove) Kybybolite 52 d Kingston 25 (E Wright, J Daniel) Penola 60 (L Butler, K Colbert) d Keith 29 (C Sigston)
16 & UNDER Lucindale 51 d Padthaway 47 (K Woodman, L Steer) Kybybolite 41 d Kingston 40 (J Vanstone, Z Lewis) Penola 43 (I Venables, A Marcus) d Keith 22
15 & UNDER Bordertown 56 d K/L United 38 Mundulla 46 (A Hinge, M Lehmann) d Border Districts 21 (C Moore, G Blows) Kybybolite 47 d Kingston 23 (T Smith-Rogers, B Drabsch) Penola 61 (A Henry, G Winter) d Keith 38 (S Makin, E Llewellyn)
13 & UNDER A Bordertown 40 d K/L United 20 Border Districts 38 (R Pfitzner, L Bird) d Mundulla 18 (K Morris, M Dowling) Kybybolite 35 d Kingston 15 (K Pilmore, S Miller) Keith 48 (M Llewelly, I Ross) d Penola 31 (L Catlin, R Moorhouse)
13 & UNDER B Lucindale 32 (K Schubert, M Thompson) d Padthaway 12 (A Charlick, D Bell) Kybybolite 22 d Kingston 8 (H Pass, D Miller) Keith 25 d Penola 12 (S O’Brien)
SOUTH WEST DISTRICT FOOTBALL A GRADE Dartmoor 1.4 4.9 7.10 9.13 (67) Westerns 4.3 4.7 5.9 6.15 (51) Goals - Dartmoor: L. Bull, J. McCrae 3; K. Smith, J. Woodall, Z. Michau. Westerns: K. Richardson 2; C. Anson, L. Robinson, J. Bliss, R. Holmes. Best - Dartmoor: L. Bull, D. Lynch, D. Miller, S. Jones, T. Britten, M. Von Duve. Westerns: K. Anson, M. England, L. Evans, B. Koenig, K. Boots, N. Haylock. Coleraine 10.1 18.3 26.9 29.20 (194 Cavendish 1.0 1.0 1.2 2.2 (14) Goals - Colerinae: A. Richardson 10; T. Gleeson 6; T. Row, K. Rowland 3; J. Ryan, J. Nash 2; J. Eats, M. Ross, D. Barden. Cavendish: G. Reid, A. O’Connor. Best -Coleraine: T. Hogan, J. Wright, M. Lang, T. Row, B. Manders, J. Eats, Cavendish: A. O’Connor, T. Vearing, W. Baluch, J. Mailes, W. MacDonald, R. McKenzie. Heathmere 3.6 8.11 17.14 23.18 (156) Branxholme-Wallacedale 1.1 2.2 2.2 3.3 (21) Goals - Heathmere: S. Byron, M. Riddell, M. Wilson 4; J. Stanford 3; W. Pickett 2; T. Puche, Z. Deane, B. Carter, M. Payne, R. Pickett, C. McNabb. Branxholme-Wallacedale: S. Dickson, S. Picken, A. Ratcliffe. Best - Heathmere: M. Riddell, B. Jasper, C. McNabb, J. Stanford, M. Wilson, H. Telfer. Branxholme-Wallacedale: P. Rafferty, L. Ewing, E. Manders, T. Jelliff, S. Lambevski, C. Robinson. Heywood 3.4 6.7 11.8 14.12 (96) Tyrendarra 2.2 3.3 4.4 6.5 (41) Goals - Heywood: J. Ellis 3; W. Barker-Lovett, M. Bunworth, R. Raymond, W. Bell 2; M. Troeth, K. Bunworth, E. Blacksell. Tyrendarra: T. Deans, T. Holland 2; M. Fry, S. Wilson. Best - Heywood: M. Troeth, E. Bott, J. Ellis, M. Bunworth, E. Blacksell, B. Nash. Tyrendarra: M. MacDonald, T. Deans, D. Jennings, B. Bentley, J. Atwell.
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LOCAL SPORT WESTERN BORDER FOOTBALL A GRADE East Gambier 2.4 4.8 11.11 16.14 (110) South Gambier 2.1 6.4 10.6 14.8 (92) Goals - East: M. Ferguson 4; J. Dawe, M. Rumbelow 3; G. Cooper, L. Thomson, T. Balshaw, S. Balshaw, J. Whaites. South: B. Kain 6; B. Bryant 2; C. Williams, B. Howard, M. Hein, N. Patzel, D. Boyd, H. Capewell. Best - East: S. Balshaw, J. Eldridge, J. McKeon, T. Balshaw, J. Dawe, M. Kieselbach. South: B. Kain, B. Glynn, D. Stratford, T. Saffin, T. Reid. West Gambier 4.3 7.6 13.9 17.9 (111) Millicent 1.0 3.4 6.4 6.9 (45) Goals - West: B. Wilson, T. Zeitz 5; S. Zeitz 3; T. Lewis, N. Taylor, D. Robbins, S. Wenman. Millicent: M. Reilly 2; S. Willis, J. Walker, D. Bromley, H. Gordon. Best - West: S. Zeitz, T. Lewis, L. Bradley-Brown, R. Li8ndner, D. Robbins. Millicent: J. Grimes, S. Duldig, J. Walker, H. Gordon, S. Willis, M. Reilly. Casterton Sandford 5.2 10.7 15.13 20.16 (136) North Gambier 1.1 2.1 2.3 2.3 (15) Goals -Casterton Sandford: C. Currie 5; A. Cleary, M. Rogers, K, Davis 3; S. Broomby, B. Galpin 2; J. Gibbs, W. MacDonald. North: T. McLennan, J. Hatt. Best - Casterton Sandford: C. Currie, A. Cleary, A. Nesbitt, W. MacDonald, T. Shannon, D. Ayton. North: F. Marshall, S. Stafford, T. McInerney, J. Schutz, M. Ashby.
(R. Jamieson, S. Parsons); West Gambier 36 (A. Egan, J. Taylor) d Millicent 29 (J. Reilly, C. McGuiness); East Gambier 56 (E. Thompson, Z. Creek) d South Gambier 44 (E. Egan, E. Galluccio))
17 & UNDER North Gambier 78 (S. Ellis, C. Day) d Casterton Sandford 22 (M. Elshaug-Betson, M. Mutch); Millicent 69 (J. Venn, P. Nitschke) d West Gambier 57 (N. Facey, H. Witherow); South Gambier 50 (R. Buckingham, C. Edmonds) d East Gambier 37 (T. Bosko, S. McKinnon)
15 & UNDER A North Gambier 64 (C. Bruhn, S. Nulty) d Casterton Sandford 26 (T. McLean, C. Galpin); West Gambier 41 (J. Davey, E. Dawe) d Millicent 34 (T. Bryant, L. Hateley); South Gambier 44 (G. Ryan, J. Bell) d East Gambier 32 (A, Bosko, I. Lamb)
15 & UNDER B Casterton Sandford 47 (E. Mutch, M. Robinson) d North Gambier 25 (J. Brooks, S. Dally); Millicent 38 (C. Pratt, M. Grant) d West Gambier 29 (J. Parsons, E. Nieuwerkerk); South Gambier 34 (A. Holland, T. Cooper) d East Gambier 21 (R. Short, B. Jean)
UNDER 13 South Gambier 4.7 (31) d East Gambier 3.3 (21) Millicent 6.4 (40) d West Gambier 4.6 (30)
WESTERN BORDER NETBALL A GRADE North Gambier 97 (C. Davey, M. Whaites) d Casterton Sandford 35 (C. Harris, G. Tomkins); West Gambier 66 (T. Earl, L. McGregor) d Millicent 55 (H. Nitschke, L. Duldig); East Gambier 84 (M. Amy, T. McCallum) d South Gambier 40 (I. Walker, G. Hood)
A RESERVE Casterton Sandford 63 (T. Cleary, N. Rhook) d North Gambier 48 (R. Henke, E. Stafford); Millicent 87 (T. Sanderson, S. Serle) d Wrest Gambier 60 (G. Monkley, L. Fox); East Gambier 55 (J. Clark, A. Geraghty) d South Gambier 23 (B. Bouchier, L. Bruggemann)
B GRADE Casterton Sandford 65 (P. Cameron, A. McDonald) d North Gambier 40 (C. Bruhn, N. Fox); Millicent 38 (J. Sunderland, L. Hateley) d West Gambier 30 (J. Ritter, D. Kamara); East Gambier 46 (L. Gilcrist, E, Hudson) drew with South Gambier 46 (J. O’Neill, S. Raedel)
C GRADE North Gambier 36 (J. Forrest, G. McInerney) d Casterton Sandford 25
Tantanoola 46 (C. Taylor, H. Walker) d Robe 22 (M. Yeo, G. Wirth); Mt Burr 39 (M. Gamble, J. Brant) d Port MacDonnell 29 (A. Smith, L. Wilson); Kongorong 37 (M. Formosa, E. Grouse) d Nangwarry 22 (S. Petrie, S. Barnes); Glencoe 34 (C. Lopez-Lara, Z. Mulraney) d Kalangadoo 27 (C. Peacock, S. Wrightson)
MID SOUTH EAST FOOTBALL A GRADE
North Gambier 57 (M. Griffiths, J. Young) d Casterton Sandford 1 (K. Richardson, B. Nash); Millicent 36 (P. Venn, A, Janssen) d West Gambier 23 (M. Milich, E. Xanthopolous); East Gambier 37 (E. Steen, J. Davis) d South Gambier 7 (M. Walmsley, E. Wilke)
South Gambier 6.13 (49) d East Gambier 2.1 (13) West Gambier 8.6 (54) d Millicent 0.4 (4) North Gambier 15.14 (104) d Casterton Sandford 1.4 (10)
13 & UNDER
North Gambier 30 (K. Winterfield, L. Norman) d Casterton Sandford 16 (E. Jarrad, Z. Hill); Millicent 42 (R. Kenny, P. McRae) d West Gambier 23 (J. Jarnevic, E. Jolley); South Gambier 58 (E, Bouchier, A. Clayton) d East Gambier 7 (T. Burford, I. Corman)
13 & UNDER B
Robe 69 d Tantanoola 28 (C. Taylor, C. Hateley); Mt Burr 57 (L. Baker, J. Hayward) d Port MacDonnell 13 (S. Lomas, M. Rossgregor); Kongorong 50 (C. Grouss, Z. Von Stanke) d Nangwarry 15 (S. Balshaw, M. Hogan); Glencoe 45 d Kalangadoo 40
Tantanoola 53 (K. Bromley, O. Fuller) d Robe 35 (S. Laurie, H. Carter); Mt Burr 70 (A. Guyett, L. Baker) d Port MacDonnell 48; Kongorong 69 (R. Gibson, J. Little) d Nangwarry 46 (M. Trestrail, M. Markiewicz); Kalangadoo 72 (J. Peacock, M. Russell) d Glencoe 52 (J. Paproth, E. McDiarmid)
13 & UNDER A
East Gambier 16.14 (110) d South Gambier 1.7 (13) Millicent 20.10 (130) d West Gambier 5.5 (35) Casterton Sandford 11.7 (73) d North Gambier 2.3 (15) South Gambier 19.10 (124) d East Gambier 1.3 (9) Millicent 8.17 (65) d West Gambier 4.1 (25) Casterton Sandford 16.17 (113) d North Gambier 2.0 (12)
15 & UNDER
Mt Burr 6.3 9.5 12.8 17.12 (114) Port MacDonnell 3.1 7,2 8.3 12.4 (76) Goals - Mt Burr: J. Greogry 6; T. Renzi, D. Bowering 3; T. Fennell, N. Muhovics, T. Hales, K. Gordon, D. Ridley. Pt Mac: H. Stevens 8; J. Turner 2; B. O’Dine, S. Enderl. Best - Mt Burr: J. Wallis, J. Greogry, C. Puiatti, S. Wallis, C. Gamble. Pt Mac: H. Stevens, M. Smith, D. McElroy, B. O’Dine, J. Turner, B. Lynch. Kongorong 8.5 17.13 23.16 32.20 (212) Nangwarry 1.1 1.1 1.3 6.6 (40) Goals - Kongorong: B. Pannenburg 6; B. Weaver 5; B. Cordy 4; J. Simkin 3; M. Waters, P. Ellis, A. Lightbody, B. Kranz, B. Saffin 2; B. Long, S. Baker. Nangwarry: J. Virtanen 3; B. Just, A. Heron, R. Knightly. Best - Kongorong: B. Weaver, B. Saffin, R. Hein, B. Pannenburg, B. Cordy, R. Rutkowski. Nangwarry: B. Deamer, J. Virtanen, J. DeJong, J. Ingley, A. Hill, G. Hutchesson. Kalangadoo 7.3 10.10 14.14 21.15 (141) Glencoe 1.2 2.6 6.6 9.8 (62) Goals -Kalangadoo: B. Mules 7; A. Stone 4; M. Lowe, B. Lindner, B. Auld 2; D. Barlow, C. Mules, B. Gregory, T. May. Glencoe: A. Gregory 8; C. Von Duve. Best - Kalangadoo: A. Stone, B. Mules, B. Gregory, M. Fatchen, L. Hay, S. McManus. Glencoe: A. Gregory, D. Pfitzner, N. Martin, Z. Cocks, J. Foster, B. Hentschke. Robe 4.2 8.8 15.14 22.17 (149) Tantanoola 2.2 3.3 3.4 4.5 (29) Goals - Robe: J. Pitt 12; C. Pitt 6; T. Wilfred, J. Kelly, L. Crawford, J. Agnew. Tantanoola: M. Pilmore 3; A. Roberts. Best - Robe: J. Pitt, T. Wachtel, C. Pitt, J. Pettit, A. Clements, T. Rechner. Tantanoola: J. Williams, H. Brown, M. Roberts, B. Reilly, A. Roberts, B. White.
(S. Neale, J. Solly) d Glencoe 28 (S. Jones, T. Medhurst)
11 & UNDER Casterton Sandford 21 (C. Hulm, O. Nolte) d North Gambier 17 (M. Dyson, S. Brown); West Gambier 18 d Millicent 14 (M. Alcock, M. Cushion); East Gambier 18 (E. Bassett, M. Button) d South Gambier 14 (B. Bell, A. Solomons)
MID SOUTH EAST NETBALL A GRADE
Robe 43 (D. Carter, K. Moore) d Tantanoola 41 (M. Fleming, K. Neale); Port MacDonnell 74 (C. Tremelling, T. Gilmore) d Mt Burr 28 (K. Gamble, H. Eldridge); Kongorong 56 (A. Anderson, N. Collins) d Nangwarry 47 (E. Stokker, D. Pearce); Kalangadoo 66 (L. Ousey, S. Croser) d Glencoe 58
B GRADE Robe 57 (A. Kunze, K. Wilks) d Tantanoola 47 (M. telfer-Scott, E. Jennings); Port MacDonnell 51 d Mt Burr 23 (J. Medhurst, C. Johnson); Kongorong 57 (R. Perry, E. Shepherd) d Nangwarry 51 (D. Gray, S. Judd); Kalangadoo 38 (J. Blackmore, J. Kilsby) d Glencoe 36 (L. Edwards, L. Waller)
B RESERVE Port MacDonnell 42 (J. Davis, J. Boyd) d Mt Burr 37 (L. Watts, G. Lambert); Kongorong 70 (E. benny, G. Forgan) d Nangwarry 11 (T. Shepherd, M. Neilson); Glencoe 61 (A. Tweddle, M. Kuhl) d Kalangadoo 21 (A. Morgan, A. Hawke)
17 & UNDER
Port MacDonnell 16.1 4 (110) d Mt Burr 6.4 (40) Kongorong 23.9 (139) d Nangwarry 4.3 (27) Kalangadoo 12.8 (80) d Glencoe 5.9 (39) Tantanoola 13.8 (86) d Robe 6.9 (45)
SENIOR COLTS Port MacDonnell 6.1 (37) d Mt Burr 4.10 (34) Kongorong 17.8 (110) d Nangwarry 5.6 (36) Glencoe 12.18 (90) d Kalangadoo 5.2 (32) Robe 17.14 (116) d Tantanoola 4.1 (25)
JUNIOR COLTS Tantanoola 3.7 (25) d Robe 1.0 (6) Mt Burr 10.8 (68) d Port MacDonnell 3.6 (24) Kongorong 7.6 (48) d Nangwarry 0.3 (3) Glencoe 20.18 (138) d Kalangadoo 3.0 (18)
Tantanoola 36 (B. Allen, G. Clarke) d Robe 29 (L. Perkins, I. Sneath); Mt Burr 54 (M. Butler, S. Goode) d Port MacDonnell 41 (E. Leggett, P. Killender); Kongorong 60 (A. Mullen, A. Rahar) d Nangwarry 31 (E. Lawson, N. Stewart); Kalangadoo 54
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Above (top) - South’s Matt Sutton marks strongly across half forward. Above (bottom) - Shem Balshaw was best on ground in East’s win over South at the weekend.
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