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COVER • LEADING DISABILITY SERVICE PROVIDER RIGHT ON OUR DOORSTEP Living life to the full, where anything is possible for people with disability, is key to the work of Cara. One of South Australia’s leading disability service providers, Cara has been working alongside children and adults with disability, and their families, in this region since 2017. Cara offers personalised support so every customer can reach their full potential and meet their goals under the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) – whether it’s learning new skills, growing their independence and making new friends. Cara Service Manager Kylie Withers says Cara’s programs are already proving popular with the local community. “The Kids Club was pretty much booked out last holidays, and the first camp earlier in the year was fantastic,” Ms Withers says.

“So many of the kids had never done anything like it before. They went kayaking, did tie-dying, went on bush walks during the day and at night and enjoyed campfires – especially roasting marshmallows! It’s got everyone excited for our next camp in October. “We had lots of great feedback from the kids, parents and carers and we are becoming very well-known for our kids’ programs.” That same personalised, enthusiastic support is also available for adults with disability, Ms Withers emphasises. “We can offer 24/7 support which is very flexible, and we can work alongside people at home and in the community. “We work with people’s interests, needs and support requirements, helping our customers to meet their NDIS goals.”

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MILLICENT BUSINESS COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION AWARDS While children’s programs use fun games and other activities to teach new skills, there is an even stronger practical element to the adult support. Adult supports are personalised according to each customer’s priorities and often include things like grocery shopping, cooking, finding volunteer work or employment. There’s also the Getaways program, which offers short breaks away in holiday accommodation for adults with disability. One of Cara’s Developmental Educators is based in Mount Gambier to offer positive behaviour support and skills programs, and Cara’s specialist autism practitioner also works regularly in the region. Ms Withers says she, and all of Cara’s staff are privileged to watch Cara’s customers learn, grow and thrive.

“It is so wonderful to see people dreaming big and achieving their goals and knowing that, as a Cara employee, we’ve had a part in supporting them. The Cara promise is ‘we find possible’ and working in partnership with our customers we know that anything truly is possible.”

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STUDENT RETURNS FROM LEADERSHIP TRAINING ADVENTURE Mount Gambier High School Year 12 student Sahra Rowhani-Farid recently attended a two week Aotearoa Leadership Tour in New Zealand run by UN Youth Australia. UN Youth Australia is one of the largest youthled organisations, educating and empowering young Australians to voice their opinions and make positive change on local, national and global levels. The Aotearoa Leadership Tour was a unique opportunity for 16 high school students (in years 10-12), to travel to New Zealand and engage with issues that fundamentally shape the relationship between Indigenous peoples and majority white states. “To explore these issues, we participated in workshops, attended consultations with community leaders, members of government and advocacy groups, and did a lot of personal study and reflection,” Said Sahra. “We learnt about topics ranging from reconciliation, all the way to exploitation and commercialisation of culture. The trip provided me with the skills, knowledge and passion to work as an ally with first nation’s people. It was such an eye-opening experience and I feel so honoured to have been chosen to participate in the tour.”

CLUB MERGER GOES FROM STRENGTH TO STRENGTH WITH NEW SPONSORSHIP DEAL After nine years as a sister club to International Soccer Club, County Football Club changed its name to Inter CFC and formally becoming a part of International Soccer Club earlier this season. A few weeks into the new era, the partnership has been an unqualified success with International now looking to further develop their role in shaping the future of soccer for both boys and girls in the South East. The partnership was first developed under the watch of International stalwart Tony D’Agostino. Tony took on the role of coaching the female senior team in 2008 and it was his dedication and success that forged the relationship between County and International in the first instance. Laurie Cella, whose family also has a long history with International, started with the junior team in 2010, through which it has enjoyed great success. Laurie has gone on to coach the senior team as well, taking the reins from International’s Dave Galloway at the start of last season. Joining the effort to strengthen International’s boys and girls program is Vince Versace, from Versace Home Builders. Versace Home Builders have been a major sponsor of International for more than 20 years and it is through their generosity that International has been able to develop and maintain the best soccer facilities in the South East. Versace Home Builders has now come on board with additional sponsorship for the senior and junior teams of the newly branded Inter CFC. Mr Versace has a long and proud history with International soccer, starting as a junior player in the Under 15s in 1971. He is very happy to assist and promote this new venture and is sure that everyone at International Soccer Club will support Inter CFC and is excited to see his contribution further develop the female game. Above - Sophie Charlton, Nikki Wagener, April Hockey (Co-Captain), Jan Davis (Senior Sales Consultant - Versace Home Builders), Taylah Cella (Co-Captain) & Charli Hockey.

THREE LIMESTONE COAST SUCCESS STORIES IN THE RUNNING FOR TOP STATE AWARD Brand SA News has been writing regional success stories over the past 12 months and the top 30 stories from across the State were announced last week. Three of the shortlisted contenders for People’s Choice are Limestone Coast stories so get voting. Mount Gambier’s Ashlee Lauren and her meteoric rise as a headwear and accessories designer and manufacturer, Naracoorte’s Hafeezullah Haidari (pictured), who escaped persecution in Pakistan and has opened his own restaurant, Pearl Indian Cuisine, in Naracoorte, and Rob Wallis and Liz Crowley, of Ananda Organic, growing garlic all year round at their boutique farm, near Naracoorte, are the local stories in the running. Vote for your favourite story in the Brand SA Top 30 and you will go into the draw to win a range of prizes. Head to brandsanews.com.au and follow the links to cast your vote. lifestyle1.net | 04


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AT A GLANCE

NEW HOME FOR BUS SERVICE An Australian Citizenship ceremony held in the Millicent Gallery on Tuesday, July 24 which was officiated by Mayor Peter Gandolfi and attended by Federal Member for Barker Tony Pasin. Wattle Range’s newest Australian citizens are David Thomas, who was born in Malta and currently resides in Mount Burr, and husband and wife Vicki and Daniel Potter of Millicent – Vicki was born in New Zealand and Daniel in Scotland. Above - Tony Pasin MP (Federal Member for Barker), David Thomas, Vicki Potter, Daniel Potter and Wattle Range Mayor Peter Gandolfi.

CROCHET GURU TO VISIT MOUNT GAMBIER The Mount Gambier Library is thrilled to be able to host a day of events with crochet designer and teacher, Shelly Husband on August 18. Shelly is known worldwide for her popular blog and YouTube channel “spincushions”. The August 18 program will feature a 9.30am crochet workshop, an 11.30am book launch and followed by a 12.30am workshop. For more information and all bookings call (08)8721 2540.

CHARITY BALL RETURNS Portland District Health’s charity gala ball will raise funds for a vital piece of equipment when it returns on October 6 after a seven-year hiatus. The charity ball at the Portland Civic Hall is returning for the first time since 2011, creating a highlight on the social calendar and raising money for a cardiac output monitor. A cardiac output monitor will cost about $20,000. This is a common practice in anesthesia and critical care. It is used as a marker of oxygen delivery to tissues and can identify patients at high risk of significant morbidity, mortality or both. It is also used in guiding treatment, primarily for fluid resuscitation and accurately measures cardiac output as an integral part of diagnosing and managing critically ill patients. A community organising committee is planning the event, with support from PDH executive assistants Rachel Stoneman, Adele Curran and other staff. “We want the community to be part of raising funds for this vital piece of

equipment, you never know when you, your family or your friends might need it,” Ms Stoneman said. The last charity ball organised by PDH was held in 2011 and there was strong interest in reviving it. “We’ve listened to our staff and community and now we’d love to see the tables booked ready for the event of the year,” Ms Stoneman said. “There’s a lot of enthusiasm about bringing it back and we’re looking forward to a great night out.” MC will be Portland-born actor Jackson Tozer and music will be supplied by Melbourne-based corporate entertainers Groove Star. Groove Star promises the biggest hits of our lives, performed like you’ll never forget, with a playlist resembling an iPod set to party mode, ranging from Michael Jackson to Bruno Mars, Etta James to Katy Perry, The Beatles to Avicii. PDH and community chefs are working together to develop a special three-course dinner, and a major raffle will be drawn on the night. “We want the community to be part of this big event which is sure to provide an amazing night of entertainment on and off the dance floor,” Ms Stoneman said. People wanting to attend the charity ball can contact PDH reception on (03)5521 0333 or present in person to book a table or to buy an individual ticket. Tickets cost $140 which includes threecourse meal, wine, beer, champagne and entertainment, plus $5 spirits will be available. If you book a table before August 30, you will receive one free seat on your table.

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COUNTRY FAMILY HOME WITH GREAT SHEDS

26 Yahl Main Road, Yahl, SA, 5291

Enjoy the country life in this beautiful family home in the popular township of Yahl. This home would be perfect for the growing family, looking for room to move and sheds to make any man happy. 4 Large bedrooms plus study with built ins, main bedroom with walk in robe, en suite, open kitchen meals family area , with huge classic kitchen with corian stone bench tops, heaps of cupboards and walk in pantry. A causal lounge area near the 3 bedrooms makes a great kids space. Classy cork flooring flows through the house, and the home is kept at the right temperature all year round with slow combustion heating and split system air conditioning. Well appointed wet areas, 9 ft ceilings, spa,heaps cupboard space, plus double garage under the main roof, with storage make this a great family home.

Step outside and you have all you could want. A large semi covered decking area ideal for entertaining, beautiful grounds including vegetable patch, orchard, cubby house, woodshed, chookshed, with chooks, 3 large rainwater tanks supply the house with fresh water. Every-mans dream is a approximate 18m x 10m and 2.7m clearance solid stone garaging, including bathroom pot belly heater, ideal for the man who needs his space. Family looking for the good life need to inspect. 4bed 3bath 8car $569,500

Peter Dempsey @realty Phone: 0418 854 393 Email: peterdempsey@atrealty.com.au RLA 269823

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SALES Vicki Quinn 0417 804 782 RECEPTION Phoebe Douglas 8725 4225 PROPERTY MANAGEMENT Jo Gibbs 0437 902 438 Lisa Yeates Emma Beare

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DESIRABLE CENTRAL LOCATION

Modern contemporary style home. Opulent in style and design. Solid jarrah timber flooring. Resembling high end living, the master bedroom includes a luxurious ensuite with separate toilet and double shower. Built-in-robes in all other bedrooms and are serviced by the lovely 3-way bathroom. 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.

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

21 TURNBULL DRIVE

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

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A TREASURE TROVE OF POTENTIAL IN A DREAM LOCATION Inviting an exciting future with endless opportunities, this original 3-bedroom, 1.5 bathroom & 2 spacious living area home, ticks all the right boxes for a comfortable family home with scope for future renovations. Why we love this home: Walk-in robe in the main bedroom with direct access to the spacious bathroom. BIRs in bedrooms 2 & 3. Second toilet. Solar Panels. 2 rainwater tanks. Amazing views.

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BOASTING AN IDEAL LOCATION & INDIVIDUALITY

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.

Looking for something just that little bit different but don’t want to compromise on location? Oozing the ambience of a chalet rarely seen in this area. This quirky four bedroom home offers delightful outlooks to lush green foliage from just about every room. Multi level living areas provide plenty of space to be on your own while the lounge and dining rooms are lovely spaces for family entertaining.

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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.

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 airconditioning 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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Immaculately maintained 3 bedroom home located close to the Mount Gambier Hospital. Situated in a quiet cul-desac, this 6 year old home has much to offer. 2 living areas, formal and informal, lovely kitchen with elect cooking and dishwasher. Master bedroom with walk in robe and ensuite, bedrooms 2 and 3 with built in robes. Outdoor entertaining and a decent size rear yard.

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

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

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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,.

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

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

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$650,000

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.

Prestigious home in Attamurra Fairway Estates, 4 Bedroom 2 Bathroom three living areas, the perfect entertaining home completed to the highest quality, with fixtures, fittings and finishes you would expect to see in a premier home. Only an inspection will reveal the extras this home has to offer. Stunning Home and priced to sell.

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

20 O’LEARY RD MT GAMBIER 3 BED | 1 BATH | 1 CAR O’LEARY ON THE PARK FROM $269,000 Attention first home owners, investors and retirees, these home and land packages are ideal for you. With stage 1 sold prior to marketing. We can now offer stage 2. Two of mt gambiers leading building companies are offering turn key finishes at prices everyone can afford.

RARE FIND $249,000 Check out this rare property of over 4,000 sq/m in mount gambier city. Ideal for the young family looking for space and enjoy park like surrounds with the luxury of city living. 4 bedrooms 2 living areas, galley kitchen and meals area. OPEN FOR INSPECTION: SATURDAY 12:00 TO 12:30PM 15 GREENRIDGE DRIVE MOUNT GAMBIER 4 BED I 2 BATH I 2 CAR

MODERN, CLASSY, EASY LIVING

$499,000

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The heading says it all, just walk in, relax and enjoy this beautifully built executive Home. Perfect for the busy family, professional couple or retiree. Features include, Kitchen length butlers pantry, classic kitchen soft close draws, veiws and Northern aspects, ducted reverse cycle air-conditioning, fully enclosed alfresco area, theatre room, open plan living, stunning wet areas, high ceilings, double garage and storage, rainwater, easy care gardens. Inspection of this property is recommended..

113 STONY FLAT ROAD WANDILO 7/8 BED | 3 BATH | 9 CAR SIMPLY THE BEST IN COUNTRY LIVING $845,000 Best of country living, set on just over 2 ½ acres. Minutes from mount gambier and even closer to schools the kitchen is every women’s dream beautiful solid timber, large walk in pantry island bench breakfast bar and heaps of storage, an open meals family area great for the whole family or entertaining.

2 GEMSTONE COURT MT GAMBIER 4 BED I 2 BATH I 2 CAR BRAND NEW, DREAM HOME $439,500 Luxurious 4 bedroom home ideal for people with a busy lifestyle. Offering superb quality and modern open living. Abundance of natural light. Turn key finish with new owner need walk in and enjoy. Ducted reverse cycle air conditioning. Kitchen includes stone benchtops, soft close draws.

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

ALL YOU COULD WISH FOR

$585,000

Be impressed with this one of a kind deaigned luxury home overlooking parks and gardens. Designed for family 8/151 COMMERCIAL STREET WEST MOUNT GAMBIER 2 BED | 1 BATH | 2 CAR INNERCITY LIVING $199,950 Looking for easy living right in the city centre. Located in a very popular complex well maintained and safe and secure. 2 good size bedrooms with open kitchen meals area, flowing through to large lounge room. Well appointed bathroom and kitchen areas. Gas heating.

and 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.

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

2/29 VICTORIA TCE MT GAMBIER 2 BED | 1 BATH | 1 CAR

6 TENISON DRIVE 4 BED I 2 BATH I 10 CAR

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

THE BEST ADDRESS $635,000 Make family life a breeze with perfect family home located in the popular tenison drive, having the southeasts premier private school at your back door step. Set on aproximate 2 acres of parklike gardens featuring tennis court, aproximate 85,000 litres of rain water, orchard and bore water to keep your property green all year round. OPEN HOME: SATURDAY 11:15 to 12:00PM

COUNTRY FAMILY HOME $569,500 Enjoy the family life in this beautiful family home. Looking for room to move and sheds to make every man happy this home is for you. This quality home sits on a 5,000 s/ qm allotment including solid stone garage measuring approximate 18m x 10m with 2.7 m clearance.

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

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Suite 2/14 Helen Street, Mount Gambier SA 5290

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8 Monash Crescent

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

A solid investment, potential for a strong return. Close proximity to schools and shops. Rental estimate $175 OPEN - $185 p/w. Enquire SAT today! 9.30 - 10.00

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$339,500

Prepare to be delighted, when you step inside this superb and deceptively spacious family home, located in the Lady Nelson precinct OPEN an easy stroll to the City centre. This home will be SAT snapped up very quickly. 10.15-10.45 - it’s that good!

Hillview Lane McKay Road – Compton

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$279,000

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A huge family home with unlimited potential, Two levels of living, bedrooms, kitchens, and bathrooms. Perfect OPEN for a large family or rental, possibilities for SAT split accommodation 11.00-11.30 S.T.C.C.

27 Peake Street

NEW PRICE 4

2

$279,500

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Excellent home for the Family, close to MacDonald Park Primary school and Saint Martins Lutheran College – brand OPEN new floor coverings SAT throughout – nothing to do 11.00-11.30 but move in!

$49,500 ea

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Great start to build your dream, fully serviced, quiet cul de sac location, close to schools, shopping and reserves. Only 2 blocks left- be quick!

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$229,500

Block 5,000m2 (approx)

8/5 Shepherd Street 10/186 Commercial Street East 2/84 Bay Road 3/184 Jubilee Highway West 7 Billing Road, Worrolong 46 Commercial Street West 6 Kalimna Crescent 3/40 Jubilee Highway West 29 Gwendoline Street 12 Chantilly Place 3B Gebhardt Close 27 Landscape Lane, OB Flat 2/8 Lake Terrace West 33 Stiles St 78A Sea Parade, Port MacDonnell 78B Sea Parade, Port MacDonnell 45 Sassanowsky Road, Suttontown

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An exciting division with unbeatable country outlook & views to the Centenary Tower. Only a minutes drive to Tenison Woods College and Malseed Park. Power, water, telephone connected. Get in Early!

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

27 Tumut Drive

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$245,000

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

25 Sturt Street

$179,500

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

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$199,000

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35 Elizabeth Street Port MacDonnell

NEW PRICE $199,500

75 Tollner Road

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

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2

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

45 Kurrajong Street

1

$298,500

1 Shaughnessy Court

9 Kooringa Street

NEW PRICE

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Immaculately presented throughout, this family delight will impress the fussiest of buyers. Designed for the OPEN whole family to enjoy SAT – exceptional! Comes 11.45-12.15 with bonus shedding.

LOT 36 & 37 Stella Drive

770m2 (approx)

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523m2

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$169,000

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

$109,000

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$525,000

4+

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

18 Eldridge Drive Worrolong

4 Rose Street

Zoned city centre, this wonderful near level allotment is awaiting your low maintenance home office Commercial project (subject to council consent). Close to everything – this is a perfect opportunity.

4

$85,000

826m2 approx

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

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2

$489,500

2

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!

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10/186 Commercial Street East

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Avail 17/8/18 2 1 1 $150 pw • 2 bedroom main with BIR • Open living kitchen/ dine/lounge with gas heating & electric cooking • Separate laundry • Garage UMR & car parking space • Walking distance to shopping precinct • Quiet location at rear of complex • No Pets

3/184 Jubilee Highway West

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Avail 24/8/18 2 1 1 $225 pw • 2 bedrooms • BIR’S in 1 • Open kitchen/dine/ living • Elec & gas cook plus dishwasher • R/C air con in living area • Single garage UMR with internal access • Fully enclosed courtyard with U/C area • No pets


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22 Bond Street

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$329,000

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Tastefully renovated gem offering sweeping views of the city. 3 bedrooms – all with BIR’s, fully renovated bathrooms and laundry. Stunning near new kitchen. In a desirable location. 4 car garaging UMR. Just Special!

NEW

84 Lake Terrace East

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$259,500

Lovely north facing Mount Gambier stone home full of warmth and charm – a gorgeous family home – inspection a must!

3/6 Coolabah Street

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$174,500

30 Laffer Street Nangwarry

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$169,500

RENTALS 3/40 Jubilee Highway West

NEW

$239,000

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27 Gwendoline Street

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$165,000

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$375,000

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Superb executive style Family home located in a fantastic location close to Saint Martins Lutheran College and MacDonald Park Primary school. Exceptional!

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$339,000

23 Blackall Street

LAND

$189,500

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

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Exceptional first home or one for the investor, loaded with extras. Huge shedding area and rear private access. Close to schools & local shopping.

$325,000

63 Cape Douglas Road, Cape Douglas

$359,000

3

1

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$315,000

Absolute beachfront – A breathtaking seaside escape. Low maintenance home unrestricted sea views & large outdoor entertaining. Enjoy swimming, surfing & fishing at your doorstep.

From $120,000

FROM $120,000

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

47 Anthony Street

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.

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Springview Stage 2, Mount Gambier

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

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2

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

NEW

2 Aquarius Court

NEW

9 Longmire Terrace

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

6 Lui Avenue

COUNTRY LIVING ALLOTMENT ON THE CITY FRINGE. Located on the western boundary of the city is this 5,000m2 (approx) allotment. Zoned - country living, fenced, power & water. Build your country dream but still be close to all the delights of the city.

NEW

23 Saint Martins Drive

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Highest and Best offers by the 24th August 2018 at 12pm at office of agent. (Unless sold beforehand). This impressive Return Verandah Villa is situated on a coveted 1398m2 (approx.) corner allotment an easy walking distance to the Blue Lake and the city’s cafes, Restaurants and great shopping.

1 Melleray Court

This beautifully maintained home has nothing for you to do but move in and enjoy. It will tick all the boxes and then some! – phone for your inspection ASAP!

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

Lot 102 Tecoma Close

Solid and spacious unit in quiet and quality group, close to schools and shops. A great investment opportunity or one to call home. Currently leased.

NEW

4 Peake Street

7 St Andrews Drive

$650,000

Vacant land 1295m2 (approx.) $135,000

4

Located in a great central position a short stroll from the City centre, this fantastic 1295m2 (approx.) allotment will appeal to those who want to be close to everything that the city has to offer. Allotments of this size and location are becoming increasingly hard to find. Be quick!

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

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1 Form apply online Gebhardts Property Management Suite 2/14 Helen Street, Mount Gambier www.gebhardts.com.au rentals@gebhardts.com.au Ph 8724 8088 29 Gwendoline Street

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2/193 Commercial Street West

23-25 Commercial Street West

• Harrold St • 1/2 James Street • 2/2 James Street • 2 & 3/193 Commercial Street West Avail Now 2 1 1 $250 pw Two bedrooms, built in robe in master bedroom • Kitchen with electric cooking, built in microwave • lounge with gas heating • Three way bathroom with separate shower and bath • Single garage under main roof with internal access • No pets

Avail Now 4 1 2 $270pw • 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

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• 23-25 Commercial Street West • 3A Mitchell Street • 53 Commercial Street East • 3B Mitchell Street

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

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$245,000

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$87,500

$95,000 Expressions of Interest

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AT A GLANCE

PIZZA GIANT SET TO LEND A HELPING HAND TO FARMERS Australia’s largest pizza maker, Domino’s has announced it will donate 50c from every pizza sold across Australia this Wednesday (August 8) from 4-9pm to Rural Aid, to support Australian farmers and rural communities affected by drought. Domino’s CEO Australia and New Zealand Nick Knight said that, in addition to the funds raised from the national ‘Doughraiser’, Domino’s own registered charity, Give for Good, will also donate an additional $40,000 to the cause. Domino’s hopes to donate in excess of $100,000 to Rural Aid. For more information about Rural Aid visit www.ruralaid.org.au.

COUNCIL OPENS UP COMMUNITY CHEST FOR A ROUND OF FUNDING Naracoorte Lucindale Council is pleased to announce that limited funds ($20,000) are available for distribution to community and sporting groups to foster development of community services and events under the first round of Community Chest for 2018-19. Application Forms and guidelines are available at https:// www.naracoortelucindale.sa.gov. au/communitychest Applications must be received before 4pm Monday,August 20. Funding decisions should be advised by August 31.

YOUTH ART INITIATIVE BOOSTS PORT MACDONNELL STREETSCAPE A Port MacDonnell community art project has resulted in a vibrant new sign for the Port MacDonnell Opportunity Shop. Earlier in the year, local Port MacDonnell artist Jeremy Ievins, volunteered his time to hold an art session at the Port MacDonnell Community Complex. The “Come Paint with Jeremy” art project gave local youth in the community an opportunity to learn how to paint a sign with an experienced artist. The new sign is now hung outside the Port MacDonnell Opportunity Shop, Meylin Street ,Port MacDonnell. More than 30 young people contributed and enjoyed painting their own hand prints on the large tin surface, and filling the space with vibrant patterns and lots of colour. It was fantastic for the community come together and support the project as a group, whilst spending the evening having fun at the Port MacDonnell Community Complex. The Port MacDonnell Opportunity Shop is open 10am-12pm Monday to Friday.

KEEP AN EYE OUT FOR WASTE DISPOSAL VOUCHERS Rates notices should be arriving in mailboxes in the coming days in the Wattle Range district. When you tear open your envelope please don’t forget to keep an eye out for your waste disposal vouchers. Sometimes they get caught up and discarded with the other reading material that council sends. If you think you’ve missed out, contact the office on (08)8733 0900. Rental property owners are encouraged to pass vouchers on to their tenants. For information visit www.wattlerange. sa.gov.au/wastevouchers lifestyle1.net | 21

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MOTOR OFF ROAD MASTERS

Photos by Darren Archibald

1st outright & 1st Unlimited - Jason Peel & Leon Chugg

1st Class 7 - Heath & Michelle Weedon

1st Class 10 & 3rd Overall - Tanner James

1st Class 9 - Shaun & Brydon Klingberg

1st Class 1 - Glenn & Courtney Wilkinson

1st Class 2 - Andrew & Kelly Smith

1st Class 3 - Chevy & David Croker

1st Class 4 & 2nd Overall - Damien & Ben Nicol

1st Class 5 - Jourdain & Joseph Patterson

The July 27-29 event was also the South Australian Off Road Championship - Round 4; Victorian Off Road Championship - Round 2 & Performance Metals Tri Series - Round 2

TOP CHAMBER MUSIC PERFORMANCE HEADED TO CASTERTON A humble orphanage in Venice became home to a music academy and orchestra famous throughout Europe. Its young musicians were leading virtuosi of the day and feted well beyond Italy. Their leader was Antonio Vivaldi, who composed hundreds of violin concertos for his charges, including some of the most beloved music of the Baroque. Leading violinist Sophie Rowell joins members of Melbourne Chamber Orchestra for a concert dedicated to some of the most spectacular of these concertos, including concerti for two and four violin soloists and the dazzling concerto Grosso Mogul. The performance is headed to casterton Town Hall this Friday at 7.30pm so grab your ticket now to avoid disappointment. lifestyle1.net | 22


Community Support and Lobbying

Site Visits Tour of severalb multi-purpose facilitiesb

Positive community forum 300 attended 500 apologies Council developed draft concept

WE ARE HERE

Design Engagement Stage 1

EOI Federal Funding Supportive community petition with more than 10,000 signaturesb Expression of Interest (EOI) submitted April 2018

Establish Community Reference Group Consultation identifying local market and needs Architect commences internal concept design with community input exploring the multiple uses for the facility

Invitation Stage 2 Funding Application

Community Feedback

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Presentation of design and costs to the communityb

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Submission for funds

Proposed design and cost developed for funding submission

Council considers full grant submissions for State and Federal Government for $30Mb

Frequently asked questions Why is Council doing this? Following recent community support and lobbying and the need to update ageing community facilities that can be used during all seasons.

Is the project definitely going ahead?

Council is preparing a shovel ready proposal for funding purposes. The project will not proceed without funding from external sources and support from the community.

How will the facility affect my rates?

It is too early to determine an impact on rates. The design and financials need to be completed to identify operational costs. For what purpose will the facility be used? Why is it not just an indoor pool?

The community has identified the need for a multi-purpose facility to service a wide range of community needs.

The facility will be able to host major sporting, social and cultural events and create employment opportunities for years to come.

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Income from facility

Other

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IN THE GARDEN With spring just around the corner and buds starting to burst it’s time to finish all those end of winter gardening jobs. All pruning of roses, deciduous trees and fruit trees should be well underway, if not finished, and it is important to make sure you have applied a winter spray of lime sulphur straight after pruning to clean up any overwintering pests and diseases on roses that are not in leaf, fruit trees and ornamental trees. Also on the important list is copper sprays (Liquid Copper in now available too) for stone fruit trees, such as peaches and nectarines, to avoid the attack of peach leaf curl, sometimes called curly leaf. If you had it last season you will definitely need to spray for it now as it does not go away if left untreated. Our sprayers have been going all day today as I write before the rain again, so ensure you do a few sprays, especially with all the rain we have had . This is going to be more prevalent this year with the continuous rain in recent days when you only have that critical window in which to spray at “bud swell” and finding dry days to get sprays on is hard. All you can do is try your best. Recent releases of the new curly leaf free peaches and nectarines have been a boon for home gardeners and now is the time to invest in an easy care tree if you are struggling to control the leaf curl and this spring we will release a new range of curl leaf free ornamental flowering peaches also, so keep an eye

By Calum Haygarth Landscape Architect & Horticultural Consultant out for them. The time for planting dormant deciduous bare rooted trees and fruit trees is also drawing to a close. Stone fruit and almonds and apricots are bursting into life so this week should be the last opportunity to plant these from bare rooted trees. With our massive winter sale on too this is a good time time to grab a bargain. Potted trees are available all year round from places such as Limestone Coast Advanced Trees, so there is not the panic that there used to be in days gone by and often older, more mature trees are available too, so you aren’t missing out on fruiting time, but sometimes its still good to get them in with all the lovely rain to settle them in. Now is also the time to be applying the first of the season’s fertilisers and with all this lovely rain should be easily washed in. This should be applied around the drip line of mature trees and fruit trees and around 30cm out from the base of roses. At Limestone Coast Roses they have been having fantastic results with a new rose fertiliser that came on to the market a few years ago. It is now available to the home gardener as it was used mainly by us professional growers in the past. It has higher amounts of potash, so important for disease prevention and colour and quantity of blooms plus being coated with iron which is an added bonus in our predominantly alkaline soils, should make your roses the glossiest they have ever been.

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The staff at Limestone Coast Roses are always eager to help with any enquiries you may have with regard to pruning roses and feeding, as all staff are fully versed on roses. The deciduous magnolias are looking great at the moment around the region and bursting forth with their goblet shaped blooms on the bare branches. Look out for specials such as 25% off all of these at Limestone Coast Advanced Trees, including one of my favourites, the sought after Black Tulip and Yulan varieties and the new fairy magnolia as well. The three new varieties released recently - Genie, Cleopatra and Cameo have also been very popular with Genie being a dwarf version of Black Tulip, so ideal for smaller gardens or pots. Come in for a look at their stunning display and grab a bargain at the same time. Most of the bare rooted, deciduous, ornamental trees are selling out and as they burst back in to life we they will have to be withdrawn them from sale for potting on. The national shortage of ornamental pear tree varieties continues but I am aware that Limestone Coast Advanced Trees in Mount Gambier has good stocks still, along with their exclusive evergreen variety “Wintergreen” which is ideal for screening and hedging. Claret Ash, nut trees, Lipstick maples, Chinese cedars and many other trees are all reduced to clear as we ready ourselves for spring. End of season specials on mop top trees including Mop Top Catalpa reduced with

heavy reductions on Mop Robinias at two for $139.90 or $79.95 each - stocks are limited and at these prices they will sell fast. Seed potato and raspberry planting time is also upon us with good stocks of potatoes to keep to plant later or plant and early crop now. Weeping flowering cherries, silver birch, oak trees, poplars….the list goes on, are also heavily reduced (see advert adjacent page) so don’t leave planting too long, make the most of the great rain to settle everything in. The Pot Shop at Gardenarium in Mount Gambier caters for unusual gardening orientated gifts, wall art, gardening tools, oil drum animals from Africa and fully insulated esky coolers in the shape of VW Kombi, Aussie Ute and Mini Cooper and of course the Truck (ideal for Father’s Day) and cast iron fire pits in several sizes, ideal anytime of the year to warm up the outdoor living areas and of course outdoor furniture from all corners of the globe. Some stunning new solid mahogany birdhouses and dovecotes in limited numbers are also

available. Normally this is not the time of year we think about purchasing outdoor furniture but they have a few specials on benches, arches and table and chair settings to clear to make way for the new season’s stock coming through and at these prices you won’t want to miss out. See advert or website for details. Gardenarium is situated at 167, Bay Road (Riddoch Hwy) 1.3 kms south of the Blue Lake roundabout or punch 167, Bay Road Mount Gambier into your GPS. See website for maps and details. From Portland, come via Nelson and turn left into Kilsby Road just after the Princess Margaret Rose signs. For all your gardening queries email me at calum@gardenarium.com.au Above (left) - Cleopatria Magnolia Above (right) - Genie Magnolia

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.

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When it comes to electrical work in the Limestone Coast and South West Victoria, you need look no further than BKT Contracting. Operating for just over three months, Brad Turnbull, with the support of his wife Kirby, has branched out on his own, establishing his own business after completing his apprenticeship in Mount Gambier and clocking up 13 years experience. The born and bred locals, with Kirby having returned to the area after finishing her tertiary study, are looking to establish their own niche in the industry, with Brad offering to take

on any electrical job, no matter how large or small, domestic, commercial or industrial. Licensed to operate in both South Australia and Victoria, Brad is also registered with the Clean Energy Council and he specialises in solar system design and installation. For all your electrical needs call a local who understands the region on 0438 859 421 and talk to Brad. Above - Brad & Kirby Turnbull

SOUTH EAST ATTRACTS NATIONAL LANDCARE FUNDING

The Federal Member for Barker Tony Pasin announced the successful grant recipients in the Limestone Coast under the $5 million Environment Small Grants component of Phase Two of the National Landcare Program last week. “I am proud to congratulate the four recipients who will be receiving Australian Government grant funding to deliver natural resource management activities that will improve the quality of our local environment in the Limestone Coast,” Mr Pasin said. “Through the National Landcare Program Environment Small Grants opportunity, the Australian Government is investing $5 million, through one-off grants of between $5,000 and $50,000, in community projects which are delivered at

the local level but contribute to national environment priorities. The government is looking forward to working with the successful grant recipients across Australia to carry out projects that help to protect, rehabilitate and restore environmental assets in our communities. I am delighted to hear that our community members are taking up this opportunity to address the environment issues that matter most to them. We all have a role to play in natural resource management and we can all contribute to the protection and restoration of our local environment.” The successful projects funded under the National Landcare Program Environment Small Grants range from invasive pest and weed management,

to revegetation and erosion control efforts. Successful projects in the South East are: • Port Macdonnell Landcare Group’s Project to enhance significant wetland and woodland habitats in Germein Reserve that will help to continue weed control, begin revegetation and enforce a monitoring and hands on education. (PICTURED) • Friends of Parks Incorporation Friends of the Coorong’s Malleefowl protection, awareness and habitat enhancement at Salt Creek project that will help to improve habitat, reduce threats and raise awareness of the nationally endangered Malleefowl. • Mackillop Farm Management Group Inc’s Sherwood Fire Environmental Recovery Project that will help to replace 15 kilometres of burnt fencing to protect native vegetation, enforce rabbit control, protect fencing from wind erosion, tech support and the monitoring of recovering burnt native vegetation. • Mundulla Common Working Group’s project to enhance Mundulla Common and Moot-Yang-Gunya Swamp that will help to support the Mundulla Common Operations Plan through weed control, seed collection, hand seeding and follow up monitoring to support on going management. For more information, go to: www. business.gov.au/nlpesg

LIMESTONE COAST ARTSISTS JOIN SALA FESTIVAL WITH EXHIBITION AT THE CHAPEL STUDIO Mount Gambier’s lakes precinct is the subject of an exhibition set to be officially opened this Sunday. Drawing on Country - Where Art Meets Environment sees works from a variety of locally based artists centred on their interpretation of Mount Gambier’s iconic lakes area. Deborah Rogers will be the guest speaker at the exhibition opening and the exhibition will be open from 11am-3pm from August 13-19. The Chapel Studio, which is hosting the exhibition, which is part of the South Australian Living Artists Festival, is located at 146 Suttontown Road, Mount Gambier. The exhibition will be officially opened this Sunday between 3pm and 5pm.

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YOUTH MENTORING PROGRAM WILL CHANGE LIVES Developing a positive self-identity and being empowered to live the best life possible. That would be at the top of the wish list of any parent or carer for the young people under their care but just how to achieve that is where that dream so often fails to become a reality. The good news is there is help – professional help – through LifeChanger, a youth mentoring program founded by ironman legend Trevor Hendy and former AFL player and coach Scott Watters. The program is set to be rolled out in the Limestone Coast under the guidance of Nathan Hayes, in the role of community lead and facilitator, and works around a Five Pillar Philosophy – health, self, skills, purpose and tribe. It is aimed at 11-15 year olds and already has the backing locally of the Castec Rural Supplies Mount Gambier Pioneers and the ANZ Bank through local manager Darren Wilson. Nathan’s credentials to head up the Mount Gambier pilot cover a wide range of skills, including experience in senior leadership in the education system, as well as consultancy work in the area of developing leadership capacity, team building and organisational culture. One of the key cornerstones of the program,

though, is community support, both through providing funding support for the program, which is offered at no cost to participants, as well as through mentorship, as the program looks to develop local faces to become leaders in the program. LifeChanger has been around for 12 months and Mount Gambier is the first South Australian location to take on the youth mentoring opportunity and while it is totally independent of schools, Nathan intends to liaise with school leaders across the region to maximise the outcomes for the students who get involved, and to ensure it is the most relevant program possible. Mentoring sessions, as well as access to digital platforms, round out the five workshop program. The first way the community can get involved in LifeChanger and

find out more about how it works and what it is looking to achieve is the August 24 Golf Day & Dinner. Hosted by the Mount Gambier Golf Club and the Mount Gambier Pioneers, the Golf Day will also involve LifeChanger co-founder Scott Watters and ambassadors Robbie Kearns, a former Australian rugby league player, and Alice Kunek, an Australian basketballer, who currently plays for the Perth Lynx in the WNBL. The Golf Day kicks off at 10.30am and you can register your team of four today for $600 plus GST. Tickets are also available for the dinner only at a cost of $55. The dinner is from 5.30-8pm. All proceeds will go to the Mount Gambier LifeChanger program and you can register your team by heading to www.eventbrite.com.au and following the links to the Life Changer 2018 Golf Day & Dinner.

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. 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 junctioncoord@gmail.com • 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

YOU COULD BE OUR NEXT COMMUNITY LEADER Are you passionate about your local community? Are you willing to put your skills, knowledge and experience into action as a community leader? Find out more by attending Naracoorte Lucindale Council’s free Candidate Briefing Session to be held Monday, August 27, 6pm at the Naracoorte Lucindale Council Chambers, DeGaris Place, Naracoorte.

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The session will include information on the following topics: - The role and functions of a council - Relationship between councils and other spheres of government - Role of an elected member - Allowances and expenses - Legal responsibilities - How elections are conducted - Eligibility and the process of nomination - Campaigning for election For more information and to register your attendance online visit: https:// www.naracoortelucindale.sa.gov.au/ nominate2018 or phone council on (08)8760 1100 or email council@nlc. sa.gov.au lifestyle1.net | 27

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Naturopath and Herbalist Kathy Christodoulous is proud to have been providing a high quality Natural Medicine service to the South East community for 15 years now. Along with her previous qualifications and experience as a Registered Nurse and Midwife she has a total of 38 years experience as a health professional. This has enabled Kathy to embrace evidence based principles and combine modern western approaches with the natural traditional philosophies to provide a professional, compassionate and caring health service. Naturopathy is a principle of health care that respects the natural ways that health and well-being can be restored and maintained. The focus is on finding the root cause of the imbalance, not just treating/relieving symptoms, then treating holistically to restore health. It

is often thought that Natural Medicine is not scientifically based, however there is an abundance of quality research available to support Natural Medicine principles, for example most recently, the multitude of studies being published that prove what Naturopaths have known for many decades – that the gut microbiome is a key factor in many aspects of health and that probiotics have an important part to play in restoring health. Also, there is new emerging science, epigenetics, which looks at the effects and influence of diet and lifestyle on our genes. Hippocrates himself, the “Father of Medicine”, knew in 400 BC that 1) all disease begins in the gut and 2) let food be thy medicine and the medicine be thy food. Phone (08)8723 0561 for more information or to book an appointment.


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PRESTIGIOUS RACE RETURNS TO REGION THIS MONTH Australasia’s top cyclists will test their endurance across almost 500km this month when the Campolina - Visit Victoria Tour of the Great South Coast returns to the region. The iconic cross border event, which runs from August 15-19, will start in Mount Gambier traversing across the border for three days of racing in the Glenelg Shire, visiting the communities of Heywood, Casterton, Cape Bridgewater, and Portland for a final showcase street criterium street party. Glenelg Shire Mayor Cr Anita Rank said the return of the internationally recognised event was celebrated with a “race countdown” celebration last Friday. “This is more than a bike race for our community - this is a major sporting event which benefits not only our region, but regional Victoria,” Cr Rank said. “This is our mini Tour de France, providing our shire with national media exposure whilst attracting the nation’s best international cyclists, their support crew and hundreds of supporter’s yearafter-year, providing significant benefits for our local business community.” Council is a major partner of the event with neighbouring municipalities the City of Mt Gambier and District Council of Grant who will join for the

media launch. The 2018 event is jointly coordinated by Caribou Publications and Events, Cycling Australia and Cycling Victoria. Mayor Cr Anita Rank said council was pleased to have worked with the State Government to attract Visit Victoria funding for the seventh annual race, which was luring some of Australasia’s best riders. She said 2017 race winner, New Zealander based-rider Brad Evans, 26, had confirmed his place and was eager to build on his past achievement. “The event profile has grown to become one of the most highly anticipated on the national racing calendar because of its challenging courses and exciting sprint components, taking in some of the most impressive landscapes and seascapes in the country,” Cr Rank said. “More than 100 riders will use this event to further build their ranking on the national standings. Importantly, this year’s event will include a live broadcast on social media in addition to nightly news crosses to national broadcasters, showcasing our shire to a global audience.” Cr Rank said council was pleased to continue its popular final race day party on Sunday, August 19, which will this year feature a special display of local Penny Farthing enthusiasts. “We will be celebrating the final day of racing with a Bentinck Street party, with markets and the arrival of some Penny Farthing riders, showing how these giant bikes can compete against today’s modern designs,” Cr Rank said. “We encourage all of the community to come out and cheer along these talented riders and enjoy the spectacle of elite racing during our shire’s three days of competition.” .

SOCCER PLAYERS REAP REWARDS FROM YOUTH DEVELOPMENT FUND Wattle Range Mayor Peter Gandolfi (centre) recently handed over cheques to Millicent soccer representatives Letitia Izzo, Abu Abduvohobov, James Davey, Samuel Linton, Julian Izzo and Darcey Allen. Each athlete was successful in receiving financial assistance of $200 from council’s Youth Development Foundation to assist with costs associated with attending the Christian Football Federation Australia (CFFA) Australian National Titles, to be held in Brisbane, from 29 September 29 to October 6 this year.

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FUNDING APPLICATIONS NOW OPEN Groups working to improve the health, education and financial stability of Glenelg Shire residents are invited to apply to United Way Glenelg (UWG) as it opens their funds for projects beginning in 2019. The UWG Community Fund will contribute almost $25,000 to groups working across the three areas of education, income and health in increments up to a maximum of $5000. The UWG Community Impact Fund will contribute $8200 to one project working on a targeted area. This year that area is health. UWG will partner with an organisation seeking funding to implement innovative programs addressing prevention and early intervention for some of the Glenelg Shire’s most pressing health problems. Programs must be evidence based and sustainable. Partnership could extend beyond 12 months if measurable results are successful. Monies for the Community Fund and Community Impact Fund come from local Workplace Giving campaigns, individual donations and donations from companies throughout the Glenelg Shire. The UWG Lewis Court Fund will contribute $41,685 to groups working in the area of encouraging positive aging for senior citizens through community health and wellbeing projects. Monies for the Lewis Court Fund come from the investment of monies from the sale of The Lewis Court Home for the Aged. UWG executive officer Nicole Carr encouraged community groups to consider applying for a grant from the fund most appropriate to their area of work. “United Way Glenelg fights for the health, education and financial stability of every person in the Glenelg Shire,” she said. “We are looking to invest in grassroots, collaborative projects that focus on innovative solutions for challenges within our community.” All three UWG funds are now open and you have until August 31 to lodge your application. Guidelines and electronic application form available at unitedwayglenelg.com. au/grants. Above - Elsa McLeod Kindergarten applied for a grant from United Way Glenelg Community Fund to purchase a reading chair. The chair has created a designated reading area where reading aloud to children takes place, encouraging the improvement of literacy and oracy skills of the children. Essie Barker, Maya Dyke, Kiarna Boyer, Marius Carr and Georgia Hatten spend some time in the newly created reading area.


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Visitors from throughout South Australia and Victoria are • DOMESTIC SHEDS • PERGOLAS expected to flock to the highly • INDUSTRIAL SHEDS •RURAL SHEDS anticipated ‘Art in the Sticks’ to be held near Lucindale late next 291 Commercial Street West, Mt Gambier month. info@thomsonbilt.com.au | 08 8725 2155 ‘Art in the Sticks’ is a unique collaborative event set in the TANKS AND PUMPS TRAILERS stunning surrounds of ancient gum trees, lush paddocks and historic buildings on ‘Cluain’ - a working organic beef property - and will this year be held over the weekend of Saturday, September 29, and Sunday, September 30. Now in its eighth year, Lucindale’s ‘Art in the Sticks’ has variously been described as a “Woodstock for artists”, and TYRES originally started when property owner and artist Hamish opened his gates and welcomed visitors into his art studio in 2011. It has now claimed a prized spot on the art event calendar and is always held on the October Long Weekend, which this year falls at the very tail end of September. Titled Raw, this year’s headline exhibition will showcase WINDOW DRESSINGS eclectic works from a range of artists including paintings, custom sculpture, photography, jewellery, furniture, textiles and wearable art, which will be housed throughout unique exhibition spaces including rustic shearer’s quarters, shearing platforms, paddocks and next to a dam. Complementing the range of art on offer will be ‘hands on’ workshops, live music, poetry performances, artist-led rambles through the exhibition spaces, custom made food offerings, local wines and Do it yourself ready to hang boutique beers. • BRING IN YOUR OWN • FABRICS • CURTAINS MEASUREMENTS • ACCESSORIES • BLINDS Visitors are encouraged to book early for Sunday’s Farmers : WE CAN CUSTOM MAKE • Venetian Blinds • Roman Blinds • Roller Blinds • Vertical Blinds Fare Lunch - this year catered • Tab Top Curtains • Pencil Pleat Curtains • Pinch Pleat Curtains • Sheer Curtaining for by McLaren Vale’s Billy Dohnt BRING IN YOUR MEASUREMENTS TODAY! from BillyDohntDoes. It is set to lifestyle1.net | 31

feature a rustic paddock to plate feast of local produce held within the ambience of the magnificent shearing shed. Co-creators Hamish, and Christa Mlakar - along with the exhibiting artists - have this year increased the focus on live music, with a line-up including Kelly Menhennett, Archer and Matisse, and Jack Lane, along with Thomo and Julianne and jazz group Two’s Company, on Sunday. According to Hamish, the weekend is designed for people looking to see and experience something different - which comes with a slow and relaxed vibe. “Being the long weekend, it’s a great opportunity for friends and relatives visiting the region to head out to a beautiful grazing property and enjoy something different,” he said. “It’s a friendly, welcome, warm event, with Saturday having a more folky country style atmosphere with loads of creative activities including workshops and ‘ambles with artists’ on offer - against a backdrop of fabulous music. Sunday’s focus is a bit more on the Farmers Fare lunch – with the accompanying jazz group Two’s Company providing a relaxing, smooth and mellow vibe for the day. We’re camping and petfriendly, and we particularly love seeing travellers from afar come and relax here for the whole weekend.” Workshops

include a Seven piece challenge led by local sculptor Mark de Nys, Dan Kane and Robe’s Tom Davidson, and Goreshop with Mel Cecotti. Cluain is located one hour from Robe and Mount Gambier and half an hour from Beachport and Penola. ‘Art in the Sticks’ gates open from 11am to 6pm on both days. Entryis $10 per adult and children under 15 free. There are no EFTPOS facilities availabl but camping with shared facilities is available. Bookings for Sunday’s Long Lunch can be made through www.outix.com.au and you can follow the event on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/ artinthesticks/ Below - The Art in the Sticks Long Lunch is always a favourite of the weekend. Above - Hamish, the founder of Art in the Sticks, at home at Cluain, near Lucindale, the property that hosts the popular art event.


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MID SOUTH EAST FOOTBALL LOOKING TO SECURE UMPIRING STOCKS INTO THE FUTURE WITH SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM The Mid South Eastern Football League Umpire Scholarship Scheme has been established to provide scholarships to young men and women an opportunity to become an umpire for the Mid South Eastern Football League in a supported and encouraged environment. The Board of the MSEFL has recognised that the current umpires panel is an ageing one and despite attempts to increase umpire numbers through various initiatives our current umpire numbers will be unsustainable in the near future. If the League and affiliated clubs want to continue with the current arrangement of independent panel members officiating at A Grade, B Grade and Senior Colt level we urgently require new umpires to the panel. The scholarship is available to young people, both male and female between the ages of 16 and 25. Up to two scholarships per year will be set aside for retired MSEFL players, however the number of scholarships awarded will be at the discretion of the MSEFL Board. The scholarship has been established to assist with incidental study costs, travel allowance and costs, assistance with training modules, allocated mentor to support and guide and uniform costs. Recipients may receive up to $2500 over a five year period and each scholarship holder will be required to meet key performance indicators and scholarship payments will be structured to reflect these as follows: • $300 to be provided on acceptance of scholarship and successful completion of the online AFL Umpire introductory course. • $200 to be provided after umpiring 5 junior games within the Mid South Eastern Football League and completion of SANFL Basic Umpiring Course • $500 after umpiring 30 games at any level within the Mid South Eastern Football League and having attained Level 1 Accreditation. • $500 after umpiring 45 games at any level within the Mid South Eastern Football League • $500 after umpiring 60 games at any level within the Mid South Eastern Football League and having attained Level 2 Accreditation. • $500 after umpiring 75 games at any level within the Mid South Eastern Football League. The scholarship has been designed to be completed over a five year period, after which it is hoped that the scholarship recipient will be retained as a fully qualified MSEFL panel umpire. Further enquiries can be directed to MSEFL Umpires Director, Neil Webber on 0427 809 156 or League Secretary Naomi Mitchell, 0411 509 324 or email pbncmitchell@bigpond. com Applications to League Secretary Naomi Mitchell, email: pbncmitchell@bigpond.com.au or postal address PO Box 2641, MOUNT GAMBIER SA 5290. lifestyle1.net | 32

SOUTH EAST GOLF VETERANS Forty-four South East golf veterans tackled the Attamurra course on a fine but very cold day late last month with the local boy Rob MacIntyre having the best score of 38 points to win Division one, from Peter Delaine, of Robe, on a countback, and third was Brian Duldig with 37 points. Second Division was taken out by stalwart Colin Rex, with 37 points, from the wily old fox, Lyndsay Copeman, who had 36, and the evergreen Roy Mitchell came third with 34 points. NTPs were Rob MacIntyre and Rob Carter and the Ross Orchard trophy was captured by Brian Norman and Keith Couzner. The ball rundown went to 29. One item of note was that Bill Cheers, on a strange course, and playing with locals, played a power fade from the 17th tee landing on the 14th fairway, and then proceeded to play to the 14th green, causing much mirth to his playing partners and ending with a wipeout. The next outing is at Naracoorte on August 13.


SPORT AT A GLANCE CONSISTENT CAT CELEBRATES 300 OF THE BEST “We are bloody lucky to have her.” That was the closing remark from Casterton Sandford Netball Club president Haylee Rhook at the weekend when club stalwart Trictia Cleary celebrated her 300th game as a Cat. And no one could argue. She is the sort of person every club wants to not only have at their club but to be able to clone. A quality player, who also coaches, umpires and assists with club administration – a jack of all trades who is, fortunately for the Cats, master of all. Not surprisingly, she marked her 300th game, all of which have been at A or A Reserve level, with a best on court performance. Trictia started her career as a junior in the Casterton and District Netball Association, before joining Sandford in the South West District Football Netball League as a 17 year old. It was there, under coach Barb Toma, that Trictia enjoyed

most of her senior success as a netballer, playing alongside respected players including Lois Lowe, Karen O’Connell, Tracie Layley and eventually Natalie Rhook (Fidler) and Haylee Rhook (Lowe), who she has also played alongside, and coached, at the Cats. It was the lure of playing alongside her sister Cindy that saw Trictia move to Island Park. She also wanted to allow her two talented daughters, both of whom she has played alongside over the journey, to test themselves in the stronger Western Border competition. So in 1998, Trictia Cleary, officially became a Cat and it could be argued she is the face of the only Victorian based club remaining in the Western Border competition and she ranks as one of the most respected and admired players the association has ever seen. It is never about the individual accolades for Trictia but such is her consistency, and ability to play consistently at a high level, she has a trophy cabinet full of individual accolades. She is a 12 time club best & fairest winner, at both A and A Reserve level and has twice taken home the association top honour in 2008 and 2012 in A Reserve competition, finishing runner-up in the association count in 2002, 2011 and ’15 as well. Team success has eluded Trictia at Island Park with the one goal loss to unbackable favourite West Gambier in the 2010 A Reserve grand final the closest she has come to that elusive premiership medal. This season could well be her best chance, with the Cats sitting atop the A Reserve premiership standings, in what looms, though, as one of the tightest grades come finals time. And while it was Trictia’s time as a Cat ion the spotlight at the weekend, she has also been a hard working Western Border official and was last year honoured for her nine years of service as records office, time as association secretary, role as the voice of the netball medal count for

HOCKEY TAKES A WALK DOWN MEMORY LANE During the month of August the Lower South East Hockey Association will be celebrating hockey history month as it looks back over the history of hockey in the South East. The first recorded competitive game of hockey occurred

countless seasons and her representation of the league in masters competition, where the team won the State title, with life membership of the Western Border Netball Association. By her own admission, the quality mid courter, who is also a reliable goaler, is not one for sentiment, but even she was moved in the lead up to her 300th game. “I do not get sentimental at all really,” Trictia said. “But I have got so many messages this week wishing me all the best and it has been really special and made it more emotional than I thought it would be.” The affection with which Trictia is regarded across the association is reflected in the comments of then club president Judith Cameron and head coach Leanne Perry on

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the occasion of Trictia’s 200th game and since then her reputation has only been enhanced. “Trictia has been committed and dedicated to the Casterton Football Netball Club for almost 15 years and she has shared her skill, knowledge and enthusiasm as a player, umpire, coach, of juniors and seniors, and has been a team mate, not only with her daughters but with so many young players along the way,” they said, back in 2013. “Her work ethic at training is a testament to her and she is a fine example and asset to our club.” Pictured - Trictia Cleary with daughter Madalene (left) & (above) with her 300 game banner.

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in 1914 although it appears likely that there was some social play between local ladies in the lead up to that. Semi-formal competitions featuring both men and women continued until the Mt Gambier Women’s Hockey Association was formed in 1946. The Mt Gambier Men’s Hockey Association was formed in mid 50s and both competitions were amalgamated into the Lower South East Hockey Association in the late 70s. The association will be celebrating its history by sharing old photos and match reports on both the Facebook page and website. If anyone has old hockey photos or newspaper clippings the association would love to get a copy for it’s archives. The association can be contacted for this purpose on lseha.media@gmail.com or 0479 059 898.

ROUND TWELVE Under 15s United 4 (Amber Linquist, Brooke Gilbert, Angel Aguinaldo, Leah McDonnell ) d Millicent 0; Centrals 2 (Kate Seaton, Olivia Gwilym) d Apollo City 0; Inter Juniors - BYE Seniors Inter CFC 1 (Emily Hoskin) drew with Wanderers 1 (Leonie McCallum); United 3 d Portland 0 (forfeit); Centrals 1 (Paris Ackland) drew with Apollo City 1 (Noelle Brown) Next week SENIORS Wanderers vs Centrals at Blue Lake Sports Park; Apollo City vs Portland at Blue Lake Sports Park; Inter CFC vs Millicent at Cassadio Park (Curtain Raiser to the Inter ‘Legends’ game) UNDER 15 United vs Millicent; Centrals vs Apollo City (Both at Blue Lake Sports Park)

South Gambier 11 & Under player Bridie Bell

South Gambier 11 & Under player Gabi Yates

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South Gambier 11 & Under player Halle Harvey


LOCAL SPORT

KNT FOOTBALL

KNT NETBALL

SOUTH EAST SHOOTERS ON TARGET AT STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS

A GRADE

A GRADE

The South Australian Field & Game Association held its Old Style Sporting Clay Championships at Rocky Gully Sporting Clays near Murray Bridge at the end of last month. Twenty-four competitors from the South East region nominated for the weekend`s 150 target event shot over six parcours. Jeremy Kent used all his skill in the conditions to score a possible 25/25 in his final round to win the High Gun by three targets and become the State champion with a score of 139/150. Jamie Dunn won AA Grade with 136/150 from event co-sponsor Lee Berger and Jo Densley in third. Tim Widdison took out second in A Grade. Matt Jones shot well enough on day two to jump into second place in B Grade. Peter Klieve on the C Grade State championship by five targets, while Kevin Dyson proved consistency was key to taking out the Veterans State title with Janette Densley taking out the Ladies title. Day one had near perfect winter shooting conditions with no wind and a sunny 22 degrees for shooters to tackle each parcour which consisted of four clay traps throwing clay targets shot in a combination of singles and pairs from four shooting stands. It appeared that course five was causing some competitors some difficulty with some low scores coming in from that ground. After 100 targets on day one, day two had 50 targets on offer in cooler conditions, however the wind played havoc with some targets, to add to the test of the shooters skills. SOUTH EAST RESULTS State Old Style Champion Jeremy Kent AA Grade - 1st Jamie Dunn; 2nd Lee Berger; 3rd Jo Densley A Grade -2nd Tim Widdison

LOWER SOUTH EAST HOCKEY Round 17 Results Division 1 Men Redbacks 4 defeated Strikers 2 Division 1 Women Redbacks 5 defeated Tigers 1 Division 2 Men Strikers 4 defeated Rams 2 Division 2 Women Cavaliers 2 defeated Naracoorte 1 Division 3 Women Strikers 2 defeated Redbacks 0 U15 Girls Redbacks 1 defeated Strikers 0 Left - Patrick DeVos

Naracoorte 1.4 3.10 9.13 14.16 (100) Padthaway 1.3 3.5 6.6 9.6 (60) Goals- Naracoorte: C. Ladhams 7; J. Cother, S. patterson 2; S. Willson, N. Davey, S. Bates. Padthaway: L. Harder 4; A. Longbottom 3; T. Brown, R. Williams. Best - Naracoorte: N. Davey, S. patterson, K. Jacobs, D. Albrecht, J. Cother, S. Bates. Padthaway: T. Edwards, K. Tucker, J. Kovatseff, J. Dolling, L. Harder, T. Michael. Kaniva Leeor 2.5 6.12 11.13 13.14 (92) Lucindale 5.5 7.9 10.14 12.17 (89) Goals - Kaniva Leeor: C. Hitchcock 5; C. Thiele 3; S. Willams Bale 2; J. Jarred, T. Brown, N. Murphy. Lucindale: T. Logan 5; N. Cane, T. Menz 2; R. McInerney, H. Tregoweth, L. Kelsh. Best - Kaniva Leeor: N. Bowles, J. Wagg, J. Jarred, S. Williams Bale, J. Salt, C. Meyer. Lucindale: T. Logan, T. Menz, A. Eckermann, D. McCarthy, S. Spriggs, A. McCarthy. Mundulla 3.5 5.5 10.10 13.14 (92) Keith 1.2 4.6 5.8 7.10 (52) Goals - Mundulla: J. Hinge 6; T. McIntyre, J. McGrice, D. Mosey 2; W. Nankivell. Keith: B. Simounds 4; G. Thring, B. Laurie, A. Dunstan. Best - Mundulla: T. McIntyre, E. Jaeschke, J. Hinge, T. Balliunger, D. Mosey, M. Schilling. Keith: G. Thring, B. Simounds, C. Woolford, P. Makin, A. Wilson, G. Johnson. Kingston 3.3 5.7 6.9 10.12 (72) Border District 3.4 6.7 8.14 9.16 (70) Goals - Kngston: M. Wakefield 3; S. Robertson 2; B. Warner, S. Foutoulis, T. Baker R. Clarke, C. Healy. Border Districts: D. Starr, S. Mansell 4; H. Pretlove. Best - Kingston: T. Baker, S. Robertson, L. Exton, B. Warner, S. Branson, R. Werchiwski. Border Districts: K. Phillips, H. pretlove, J. Baron, Z. Edwards, D. Starr, B. Keast.

B GRADE Naracoorte 45.24 (294) d Padthaway 1.0 (6) Kaniva Leeor 17.9 (111) d Lucindale 11.5 (71) Keith 8.9 (57) d Mundulla 8.4 (52) Border Districts 14.8 (92) d Kingston 3.9 (27)

B Grade - 2nd Matt Jones C Grade - 1st Peter Klieve Veterans - 1st Kevin Dyson Ladies - 1st Janette Densley

SENIOR COLTS

Naracoorte 14.9 (93) d Padthaway/Lucindale 4.4 (28) Kingston 16.15 (111) d Kaniva Leeor 8.7 (55) Keith 9.17 (71) d Mundulla 5.4 (34)

Above - State champion Jeremy Kent

JUNIOR COLTS

Below - Lee Berger, Jeremy Kent & Rocky Gully president Wendel Litchfield

Padthaway/Lucindale 9.11 (65) d Kaniva leeor 0.0 (0) Keith 10.4 (64) d Mundulla 0.0 (0) Kingston 4.5 (29) d Border Districts 4.2 (26)

East Gambier C Grade player Zena Creek played her 100th senior game for the Bulldogs in round 14 having joined the club seven years ago. A reliable mid courter who never makes a mistake with ball in hand, hist sthe circle hard and has great vision into the shooting circle, Zena is a consistent performer for the team which currently sits on top of the Western Border Netball Association ladder. Above - Zena (centre) with parents Karen & Colin Creek. South Gambier defender Ruby Richter clocked up her 100th game as a Demon at the weekend. Ruby is in her sixth season with the club and plays in the 15 & Under B team. She was part of the 2016 13 & Under B premiership team and played in last season’s 13 & Under A grand final. She was also part of the Western Border SA Country Championship winning 13 & Under team in 2017. Left - South Gambier Netball Club president Greg Kenny with milestone player Ruby Richter lifestyle1.net | 34

Naracoorte 67 (K Mott, S Bates) d Padthaway 52 (L Richards, K Moyle-Read) Lucindale 83 (T Holland, M Gear) d K/L United 24 (C Feder, N Ervin) Keith 59 (M Wachtel, M Harper) d Mundulla 56 (A Wendelborn, A Excell) Border Districts 58 (T Atkinson, L Biggs) d Kingston 53 (E Southall, T Troeth)

A RESERVE Naracoorte 79 (E Mulraney, B Manser) d Padthaway 19 (C Nolan, S Dolling) Lucindale 67 (N Wilkin, M Tregoweth) d K/L United 28 (T Peoples, T Vivian) Keith 66 (A Schreiber, C Mitchell) d Mundulla 27 (T Hillier, S Hinge) Border Districts 56 (M Redding, S Modra-Ryan) d Kingston 46 (K Watson, C Burns)

B GRADE Naracoorte 59 (S Romer, M Riley) d Padthaway 25 (M Maynard, A Harris) Lucindale 47 (S Cooper, G Smith) d K/L United 27 (S Brown, B Tootell) Keith 55 (A Eriksen, E Jones) d Mundulla 44 (R Wakefield, N Mead)

C GRADE Naracoorte 52 (E Hill, J Pettman) d Padthaway 29 (S Stevens, S Deacon) Lucindale 32 (C Goss, J Mark) d K/L United 16 (Z Fischer, A Maddern) Mundulla 47 (N Horne, T Grosser) d Keith 42 (S Bunnett, D Jones) Kingston 50 (A Drabsch, D Kennett) d Border Districts 21 (S Dyer, M McFarlane)

17 & UNDER Lucindale 35 (J Wachtel, G Thompson) d K/L United 27 (G Hodges, I Dickinson) Mundulla 52 (A Young, C Obst) d Keith 36 (K Johnson, S Tuckwood)

16 & UNDER Naracoorte 56 (L Henschke, K Edwards) d Padthaway 46 (E Fretwell, K McCarthy) Mundulla 46 (E Staude, R Harris) d Keith 32 (M Richman, D Richman) 22

15 & UNDER Keith 66 (T Donaldson, T Salt) d Mundulla 46 (M Green, A Croser) Border Districts 22 (G Boddington, S Burke) drew Kijngston 22 (B Summers, R Rowett)

13 & UNDER A Naracoorte 40 (E Boston, T Brunt) d Padthaway 20 (O Grundy, K Longbottom) Keith 30 (S Makin, M McAuley) d Mundulla 10 (M Dowling, L Bertus) Border Districts 34 (R Pfitzner, A Mahney) d Kingston 14 (B Clarke, K Pilmore)

13 & UNDER B Naracoorte 24 (T Bruce, I Schroder) d Padthaway 8 (D Bell, E Schutz) Lucindale 27 (K Schubert, B Schubert) d K/L United 7 (B Gordon, E Palmer) Border Districts 19 (G Mahney, M Burke) d Kingston 11 (S Beattie, A Mules)

East Gambier 15 & Under A player Lucy Davis celebrated her 100th junior game as a Bulldog in round 14. She is already a premiership player, having been a key member of the 2017 15 & Under B grand final winning team and she is genuinely an allrounder, having played signifcant netball in goals, defence and the mid court. She is the dauighter of football club president Aaron Davis, and her mother Bindi Davis has been a long serving, key member of the club’s B Grade team and younger sister Jordan is in the 13 & Under team. (all pictured above) CHECK OUT OUR FACEBOOK PAGE FOR ALL THE WEEK’S BASKETBALL RESULTS


LOCAL SPORT WESTERN BORDER FOOTBALL A GRADE East Gambier 2.5 4.7 6.15 8.18 (66) Millicent 1.2 2.5 3.6 7.8 (50) Goals - East: M. Rumbelow 3; J. McKeon, M. Willson, J. Fry, M. Kieselbach, N. Lock. Millicent: H. Nitschke 3; C. Gallio 2; S. Willis, D. Bromley. Best - East: N. Lock, M. Rumbelow, J. Forster, B. Rathjen, J. Dawe, M. Ferguson. Millicent: C. Gallio, S. Duldig, W. Fleming, J. Grimes, T. Hutchesson, S. Willis. Casterton Sandford 6.3 10.7 12.14 20.19 (139) South Gambier 0.4 2.5 2.6 2.7 (19) Goals - Casterton Sandford: T. McArlein, C. Currie 3; B. Gal;pin, H. Jarrad, J. Gibbs, W. MacDonald, A. Nesbitt, M. Rogers 2; A. Cleary, T. Clode. South: B. Kain, B. Howard. Best - Casterton Sandford: D. Atyton, M. Killey, A. Nesbitt, C. Currie, W. MacDonald, S. Broomby. South: D. Stratford, B. Bryant, P. Gale, B. Howard, N. Jenkin. West Gambier 4.1 4.7 5.11 10.13 (73) North Gambier 2.0 3.0 4.3 5.5 (35) Goals -West: B. Wilson 3; J. Schapel, L. Jones 2; R. Lindner, E. King, N. Taylor. North: J. Hollitt 2; T. McLennan, J. Hatt, M. Whan. Best - West: K. Giddings, R. Lindner, J. Schapel, Z. Kuller. North: S. Stafford, J. Schutz, F. Marshall, G. Soper, N. Brown, M. Ashby,

B GRADE East Gambeir 7.9 (51) d Millicent 6.6 (42) Casterton Sandford 15.10 (100) d South Gambier 0.5 (5) West Gambier 8.5 (53) d North Gambier 3.7 (25)

UNDER 17.5 Millicent 5.12 (42) d East Gambier 5.8 (38) South Gambier 5.5 (35) d Casterton Sandford 4.4 (28) West Gambier 14.11 (95) d North Gambier 1.8 (14)

UNDER 15 East Gambier 5.7 (37) d Millicent 2.5 (17) South Gambier 7.13 (55) d Casterton Sandford 0.0 (0) West Gambier 3.8 (26) d North Gambier 2.2 (14)

UNDER 13

SOUTH WEST DISTRICT FOOTBALL A GRADE 15 & UNDER

A. Murrell, B. Folino)

17 & UNDER Millicent 64 (H. Nitschke, J. Venn) d East Gambier 27 (C. McMahon, S. McKinnon); North Gambier 64 (C. Day, S. Ellis) d West Gambier 31 (L. Whitworth, T. Pearson); South Gambier 87 (R. Buckingham, I. Walker) d Casterton Sandford 23 (M. Mutch, M. Elshaug-Betson)

Port MacDonnell 36 (H. Collins, A. Jones) d Tantanoola 12 (T. Patzel, E. Clarke); Mt Burr 43 (M. Bevan, A. Smith-Muhoivcs) d Hatherleigh 36 (R. Nettle, L. Chester); Kongorong 25 (M. Kilsby, B. Miller) d Robe 24 (E. Yeo, E. Mackey); Glencoe 66 (E. Thompson, Z. Parham-Hawke) d Nangwarry 11 (H. Vanderhorst, S. Blashaw)

15 & UNDER A

13 & UNDER

Millicent 63 (K. Taylor, L. Hateley) d East Gambier 11 (A. Bosko, K. Dempsey); West Gambier 48 (J. Freeman, S. Ritter) d North Gambier 27 (S. Nulty, A. Dyson); South Gambier 35 (G. Ryan, M. Thiele) d Casterton Sandford 14 (C. Galpin, C. Foster)

15 & UNDER B Millicent 31 (M. Chant, C. Pratt) d East Gambier 24 (B. Jean, M. Stevens); West Gambier 26 (J. Parsons, Z. Aberle) d North Gambier 23 (J. Brooks, S. Beare); Casterton Sandford 35 (Z. Crawford, T. McLean) d South Gambier 27 (M. Reid, A. Holland)

13 & UNDER A Millicent 43 (S. Gibson, D. Tunkin) d East Gambier 12 (I. Corman, A. Sharma); North Gambier 25 (K. Collins, A. Coon) d West Gambier 23 (L. Croker, J. Jarnevic); South Gambier 45 (L. Munro, A. Cooper) d Casterton Sandford 10 (Z. Crawford, E. Jarrad)

13 & UNDER B

Millicent 26 (A. Pratt, M. Tarrant) d East Gambier 19 (E. Steen, K. Nielsen); North Gambier 35 (A. Collins, M. Griffiths) d West Gambier 19 (A. Sheedy, J. Heraper); Casterton Sandford 18 (Z. Hill, M. Elshag-Betson) drew with South Gambier 18 (J. Jennings, A. Wilke)

11 & UNDER

East Gambier 31 (E. Steen, L. Lamb) d Millicent 20 (C. White, M. Gysbers); North Gambier 29 (T. Jones, K. Dellow) d West Gambier 13 (L. Simpson, A. Hudson); Casterton Sandford 21 d South Gambier 7 (M. Harrold, H. Harvey)

MID SOUTH EAST NETBALL A GRADE

East Gambier 6.6 (42) d Millicent 3.1 (19) South Gambier 8.8 (56) d Casterton Sandford 0.0 (0)

Tantanoola 80 (C. Walker, E. Gould) d Port MacDonnell 30 (C. Manning, D. Kuhl); Hatherleigh 62 (H. Hamilton, S. Faulkner) d Mt Burr 45 (E. Clark, S. Wallis); Kongorong 41 (S. Loughhead, J. Little) d Robe 39 (K. Ross, L. Hawkins); Glencoe 87 (S. Edwards, C. Liebich) d Nangwarry 27 (H. Vanderhorst, C. Vanderhorst)

WESTERN BORDER NETBALL

A RESERVE

A GRADE Millicent 86 (D. Denton, M. Turner) d East Gambier 39 (B. Creek, S. Lock); North Gambier 70 (C. Davey, A. Kalantarian) d West Gambier 45 (J. Bell, A. Cram); Casterton Sandford 52 (M. Cleary, H. Rhook) d South Gambier 43 (I. Walker, G. Hood)

A RESERVE Millicent 55 (T. Sanderson, S. Serle) d East Gambier 51 (L. Harvey, J. Clark); North Gambier 55 (P. Douglas, S. Ellis) d West Gambier 38 (S. Cummins, J. Kipping); Casterton Sandford 45 (T. Cleary, M. Crawford) d South Gambier 33 (B. Bouchier, C. Grubb)

B GRADE East Gambier 49 (L. Cutting, B. Davis) d Millicent 34 (N. Domaschenz, J. Sunderland); North Gambier 68 (C. Bruhn, L. Westhorpe) d West Gambier 31 (B. Allen, D. Kamara); Casterton Sandford 55 (L. Cleary, K. Gill-Killey) d South Gambier 44 (J. O’Neill)

C GRADE East Gambier 48 (E. Thompson, T. Perryman) d Millicent 22 (C. McGuiness, N. Batten); North Gambier 38 (K. White, Z. Rout) d West Gambier 32 (J. Ritter, A. Egan); South Gambier 37 (M. Dalton, E. Egan) d Casterton Sandford 24 (

Port MacDonnell 50 (H. Smith, B. O’Dine) d Tantanoola 22 (L. Barber, M. Telfer-Scott); Hatherleigh 44 (C. Pink, C. Lepley) d Mt Burr 39 (L. Corman, S. Westerman); Kongorong 46 (K. Loughhead, C. Tink) d Robe 42 (K. Moore, F. Carter); Glencoe 44 (K. Coutts, K. Medhurst) d Nangwarry 42 (E. Stokker, T. Ploneges)

B GRADE Port MacDonnell 46 (C. Merrett, E. Stevens) d Tantanoola 29 (N. Telfer-Scott, M. Rice); Mt Burr 44 (B. Medhurst, A. Lambert) d Hatherleigh 33 (E. Machin, Z. Blum); Robe 46 (E. Brooks, A. Kunze) d Kongorong 35 (S. Pulkkinen, B. Fuller); Glencoe 60 (E. Martin, H. Greenfield) d Nangwarry 23 (P. Tawera, S. Judd)

B RESERVE

Tantanoola 27 (G. Johnston, T. Rowe) d Port MacDonnell 24 (A. Smith, B. McPherson); Hatherleigh 50 (B. Poulish, E. Lang) d Mt Burr 19 (J. Altschwager, A. Ballantyne); Kongorong 30 (K. Wright, E. Sealey) d Robe 21 (E. Bermingham, L. Hayes); Glencoe 58 (C. Lopez-Lara, C. Bignell) d Nangwarry 15 (K. Roisetter, S. Barnes)

MID SOUTH EAST FOOTBALL A GRADE Port MacDonnell 4.4 7.8 11.12 17.15 (117 Tantanoola 0.1 1.1 2.1 1.1 (25) Goals - Pt Mac: S. Enderl. J. Turner, H. Stevens 3; M. Stark 2; B. Newton, J. Primer, F. Lynch, A. McGregor, D. McElroy, B. McGregor. Tantanoola: M. Pilmore 2; B. White, M. Roberts. Best - Pt Mac: S. Ebderl, D. McElroy, A. McGregor, M. Smith, J. Primer, N. Wilke. Tantanoola: B. CHant, H. Brown, Z. Walker, J. Wiolliams, B. Reilly, M. Roberts. Hatherleigh 1.0 6.4 8.6 11.7 (73) Mt Burr 2.4 3.4 7.4 9.6 (60) Goals - Hatherleigh: K. Bradley 3; J. Skeer, F. Bradley, J. Bateman 2; J. Wight, B. Fabris. Mt Burr: T. renzi 3; D. Ridley 2; J. gregory, H. Schultz, J. Fiebig, C. Puiatti. Best - Hatherleigh: G. McGrath, C. Buckley, J. Bateman, K. Bradley, J. Rayson, J. Ferguson-Lane. Mt Burr: C. Puiatti, N. Muhovics, J. Wallis, T. Redden, D. Ridely, S. Willis. Robe 2.3 10.9 14.11 19.17 (131) Kongorong 2.3 2.3 3.5 3.6 (24) Goals -Robe: J. Pitt 8; T. Wilfred 3; C. Pitt, J. Agnew 2; Z. Deane, L. Crawford, B. Nicolle, J. Wehl. Kongorong: B. Saffin, B. Long, T. Modra. Best - Robe: J. Pitt, C. Pitt, L. Crawford, K. Cuthbertson, J. Wehl, B. Ross. Kongorong: B. Saffin, P. Ellis, S. Baker, R. Hein, B. Kranz. Glencoe 11.9 17.10 29.15 35.28 (238) Nangwarry 0.0 3.2 4.2 5.2 (32) Goals - Glencoe: T. Weaver 10; A. Gregory 7; C. Von Duve, Z. Cocks 4; D. Childs 3; D. Pfitzner 2; D. Paproth, M. Kasparian, J. Foster. Nangwarry: B. Dinnison, C. Hicks 2; D. Podobnik. Best - Glencoe: T. Weaver, J. Foster, D. Childs, D. Paproth, D. Pfitzner. Nangwarry: C, Hicks, V. Virtanen, J. Stratman, J. DeJong, J. Virtanen, M. Thomson.

B GRADE Tantanoola 7.9 (51) d Port MacDonnell 3.7 (25) Hatherleigh 10.13 (73) d Mt Burr 4.4 (28) Kongorong 15.12 (102) d Robe 1.4 (10) Glencoe 17.10 (112) d Nangwarry 6.4 (40)

SENIOR COLTS

Port MacDonnell 34 (S. Kain, A. Feast) d Tantanoola 33 (D. Vanderheul, Z. Fennell); Hatherleigh 32 (D. Loveday, N. Skeer) d Mt Burr 29 (M. Butler, L. Watts); Kongorong 49 (E. Benny, J. Fosdike) d Robe 27 (J. Hawkins, L. Peel); Glencoe 64 (N. Orr, B. Scheer) d Nangwarry7 16 (E. Doody, A. Yeates)

Port MacDonnell 10.18 (78) d Tantanoola 2.3 (15) Hatherleigh 7.8 (50) d Mt Burr 5.4 (34) Robe 9.10 (64) d Kongorong 5.4 (34) Glencoe 12.10 (82) d Nangwarry 6.4 (40)

17 & UNDER

JUNIOR COLTS

Tantanoola 32 (C. McCallum, E. Jennings) d Port MacDonnell 16 (N. Fensom, I. Sneath); Mt Burr 59 (S. Falting, L. Bowering) d Hatherleigh 27 (L. MacGregor, M. Varcoe); Robe 69 (I. Sneath, L. Smith) d Kongorong 18 (J. Sheperd, E. Driscoll); Glencoe 63 (A. Briggs, S. Jones) d Nangwarry 18 (H. Coon, A. Lawson);

Tantanoola 8.10 (58) d Port MacDonnell 0.3 (3) Hatherleigh 6.3 (39) d Mt Burr 2.5 (17) Kongorong 8.4 (52) d Robe 0.0 (0) Glencoe 8.10 (58) d Nangwarry 0.0 (0)

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Westerns 5.0 6.3 7.11 10.13 (73) Tyrendarra 5.2 5.2 7.2 8.9 (57) Goals - Westerns: R. Cracknell 3; D. Oliver 2; K. Richardson, F. Makin, N. Haylock, M. England, B. England. Tyrendarra: M. Clark 4; M. Fry 2; T. Deans, B. Bentley. Best - Westerns: N. Haylock, C. Anson, J. Amor, M. England, R. Cracknell, K. Richardson. Tynredarra: M. MacDonald, D. Duffy, T Deans, M. Peters, T. O’Connell, S. Marra. Coleraine 5.6 10.10 11.19 12.20 (92) Branxholme-Wallacedale 1.1 2.2 3.3 5.6 (36) Goals - Coleraine: A. Richardson 3;; J. Eats, J. Nash 2; L. Kaine, K. Rowland, M. Ross, T. Hogan, T. Row. Branxholme-Wallacedale: T. Cogger 2; K. Taylor, E. Manders, A. Ratcliffe. Best -Coleraine: J. Eats, J. Wright, D. Hiscock, T. Hogan, D. Barden, B. Manders. Branxholme-Wallacedale: C. Haskell, T. Coggan, J. Overall, L. Ewing, E. Manders. Heathmere 8.9 13.15 20.21 26.28 (184) Cavendish 0.0 1.0 2.0 2.1 (13) Goals - Heathmere: S. Byron 6; M. Wilson, B. Carter 5; L. Wiseman, S. Lovett, R. Cook 2; C. McNabb, R. Pickett, J. Standford, J. Andrews. Cavendish: D. Dickson, W. Baulch. Best - Heathmere: R. Pickett, B. Carter, C. McNabb, M. Riddell, Z. Deane, B. Jasper. Cavendish: R. McKenzie, J. Brown, W. Baulch, G. Reid, S. Lehmann, W. MacDonald. Heywood 4.5 9.11 12.15 19.22 (136) Dartmoor 2.2 2.2 3.2 3.3 (21) Goals - Heywood: D. Handreck 6; E. Blacksell 3; J. Ellis, N. Johnstone 2; J. Nash, B. Nash, W. Barker-Lovett, J. Walker, T. Lovett, M. Troeth. Dartmoor: L. Bull, J. Mc Crae, S. Jones. Best - Heywood: M. Bunworth, D. Handreck, E. Blacksell, B. Millard, W. Bell, K. Bunworth. Dartmoor: D. Lynch, M. Bull, M. Von Duve, J. Polaski, S. Jones, J. McCrae.

SOUTH WEST DISTRICT NETBALL A GRADE Branxholme-Wallacedaler 53 (L. Wheeler, C. Tonissen, T. Meade) d Coleraine 41 (H. Langley, K. McIntosh, C. Plunkett); Dartmoor 61 (C. Finnegan, T. Woodall, A. Beer) d Heywood 33 (S. Malseed, M. Hoggan, G. Watson); Cavendish 75 (T. Hurley, M. Perry, S. Langley) d Heathmere 44 (K. {Pickert, C. Gadsden, H. Ball); Westerns 43 (B. Polaski, K. Zeunert, K. Sullivan) d Tyrendarra 42 (R. Grant, R. Kane, A. Curran)

HAMPDEN NETBALL A GRADE Cobden 80 d Portland 18 (L. Hockley, S. Arnott, J. Falconer); Hamilton Kangaroos 51 (J. Parker, J. McCallum, C. Tuffnell) d Terang Mortlake 36

HAMPDEN FOOTBALL A GRADE Cobden 5.6 13.5 15.11 20.15 (135) Portland 2.1 5.3 10.9 10.12 (72) Goals - Cobden: L. Dare 7; T. Spookes 5; P. Foster, J. Hammond 2; J. Williamson, J. Hutt, P. Pekin, L. Cahill. Portland: T. Hyalock 5; A. Shepherd, T. Sharp, D. Jackson, F. Jones, J. Moody. Best - Cobden: D. Watson, P. Pekin, C. Darcy, R. McVilly, A. Uwland, C. Koroneos. Portland: A. Shepherd, T. Haylock, C. Peters, T. Watts, D. Falcone, F. Jones. Terang Mortlake 2.2 7.4 8.7 12.9 (81) Hamilton Kangaroos 4.2 4.3 5.6 7.8 (50) Goals - Terang Mortlake: M. Clissold 5; J. Budarick 3; N. Couch 2; W. Kain, T. Densley. Hamilton Kangaroos: D. Russell 2; H. Douglas, S. Fiegert, B. Thomas, B. Hicks, R. Gill. Best - Terang Mortlake: J. Arundell, M. Clissold, L. Wareham, J. Budarick, T. Densley, T. McKenzie. Hamilton Kangaroos: R. Gilld, S. Barnes, J. Slabbert, S. Fiegert, M. McMeel, B. Hicks.


CREAN HEADLINES STAKEHOLDERS FORUM Growth opportunities in Glenelg Shire council’s agricultural sector will be a key focus of former opposition leader Simon Crean’s keynote address in Portland next month. Mr Crean will use his current position as chair of the Australian Livestock Exporters Council to highlight Portland’s growing position as a regional export hub at the latest round of council’s popular Development Stakeholder Forums. Mr Crean will headline a function at Clock by the Bay on August 9 from 5.30pm with key business leaders from across the region, highlighting the importance of business leaders capitalising on their strengths.

GOVHACK PROGRAM RETURNS IN 2018 Following national recognition of local ideas around the use of open data, the Mount Gambier Library is pleased to announce that it will host its fifth GovHack Open Data competition in September 2018. GovHack is run across Australia and New Zealand to bring people together to create new ideas and concepts using open data in just 46 hours of competition time. “Teams work together to come up with an idea on how to make data more accessible and interesting, such as phone apps, websites, games and even art,” library youth servicescCoordinator Terasa Nearmy said. “It doesn’t have to be a working model, just a great concept.” This year the competition will run from Friday, September 7, until Sunday, September 9, and includes two age group categories. GovHack Youth Node is open to 13-18 year olds and GovHack Adult Node is open to over 18 year olds. There are prizes at three levels for each category; Local (Mount Gambier), State and National. “The competition is judged on each team’s entry in the form of a three minute video recorded over the weekend describing the project; the data that is used, the idea and how it is made useable and accessible to the public,” Ms Nearmy said. The library extends its opening hours, supplies unlimited wireless access, free printing facilities and staff to assist throughout the competition as well as providing competitors with all meals. “Whether you are into cool geeky stuff, computer knowhow, storytelling, digital or social media dabbling, graphics and art, problem-solving, marketing or anything similar we want you to participate,” Ms Nearmy said. “We hope to see even more schools participating, with more students getting involved, more adults taking part and potentially more people from Mount Gambier scooping up prizes.” For further information please contact Library Youth Services Coordinator Teresa Nearmy at tnearmy@mountgambier. sa.gov.au Above - Grant High School student Braydon Eberhard (left) was awarded the Mount Gambier GovHack Spirit Winner in 2017. He took home $2,250 in prize money at the state awards and received an all-expenses paid trip to Brisbane to attend the national awards ceremony. Team captain of “56k” Dylan McCarthy (right) also received an all-expenses paid trip to attend the national awards ceremony and accepted two first place awards in the Play the Future category and REEF Hack category on behalf of his team.

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