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COVER • NEW FACES JOIN DEGARIS LAWYERS TEAM DeGaris Lawyers is one of the largest regionally based law firms in South Australia, with principal Bill DeGaris having been in practice for more than four decades. Mr DeGaris started the firm in Millicent in 1976 and relocated to Mount Gambier in 1990 and the rest, as they say, is history. With six full time lawyers, a full time registered conveyancer and eight support staff, DeGaris Lawyers offers a wide range of legal services and Mr DeGaris has also grown into the role of mentor to a new generation of lawyers that are making their way in the established firm, with three new faces joining the team in the past 12 months. Dajana Vujica, a former associate to a Federal Circuit Court judge, has joined Heidi Hancock, in the family law section of the practice, providing such services as property negotiation, children’s issues, conciliation and mediation. The other new faces are in litigation with Nick Kidman and Jonathan Brohier part of the DeGaris team, conducting major litigation for clients in South Australia and Victoria. Conveyancing and property law services are also a huge part of the DeGaris portfolio, with Mr DeGaris and Amanda Pascoe, shouldering that load, again in South Australia and Victoria. Commercial advice in relation to property transactions can be provided in-house and includes advice on landholding entities, trading entities, asset holding trusts, trading trusts, partnerships, joint ventures and
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LEGEND OF THE LAKES HILL CLIMB superannuation. DeGaris Lawyers also provide wide ranging services under the estate and succession planning umbrella and in some instances, have been doing so for some families across multiple generations. “This firm has always concentrated on providing legal services to the Limestone Coast rural community, and with the friendly and helpful team we have, we will continue to promote a welcoming environment for our clients, so they enjoy their experience with us,” Mr DeGaris said. “The fact that we are dealing with third and fourth generation clients is, I believe,
testament to the first class service we provide.” DeGaris Lawyers provide individually tailored wills, advice on powers of attorney and advanced care directives and superannuation. Bill DeGaris also leads the estate and succession planning team and he has built strong links with planning professionals, including accountants and investment advisers. The estate administration section provides assistance to executors and administrators of estates with applications for probate and letters of administration in both SA and Victoria, as well as assisting beneficiaries with
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NOT DONE WITH YET “We haven’t give up.” That was the clear message from Pioneers head coach Richard Hill in the wake of the club’s omission from the Basketball Victoria managed elite basketball league, leaving the Mount Gambier based club with nowhere to compete. “We are going out there and doing whatever it takes,” Hill said. “We are still applying pressure.” The club has sent a please explain to both Basketball Victoria and Basketball Australia in a bid to kickstart an appeals process after the Pioneers were the only SEABL club to be left without a home in 2019. It has been a 10 week whirlwind that has shocked club officials, players and the community, past and present, with the 30 year history of the hugely successful club in danger of having had its final chapter written. Reading between the lines of correspondence from both Basketball Australia board chair Ned Coten and Basketball Australia acting CEO Paul Maley, Hill believed there is a glimmer of hope the national body could step in but after a the hour emergency board meeting last Thursday, to plot a way forward, Pioneers hierarchy knew, once they had been denied entry into what looms as the only viable option for the club, it was going to be an uphill battle to reverse any decision. “I think Ned will definitely be following it up but it’s a matter of what he can or cannot do,” Hill said. “I guess we are hoping Basketball Australia will instruct Basketball Victoria to do what most people think is the right thing.” And that is include the Pioneers in the new look Victorian competition, which also includes two Tasmanian teams, Albury and the Canberra based Centre of Excellence teams. The consensus is the women’s team was the sticking point but the wheels that are already in motion to establish that team ready for the 2019 season were clearly outlined in the club’s official submission and Hill has since sent further information to Basketball Victoria in an attempt to change their mind. Given the make up of the 18 club competition, travel, the competitiveness of the men’s program and the financial standing of the club, would have all well and truly stacked up and the club is desperate to be given the chance, even if it is just a one year licence, akin to the one afforded Albury, to prove they can also tick the competitive women’s team box and be a viable member of the new elite competition. Perhaps club legend and games record holder Jason Sedlock put it best. “I’m sure there was doubt 30 years ago when Mount Gambier started its men’s team,” he said. “The club has had its ups and downs but they’ve always found a way and when it comes to the women’s team, the town and the club would have found a way for that to happen if they were just given the opportunity.” Hope is fading that opportunity will present itself but the reaction of so many key figures in the club’s history shows just what this sporting club means to so many, and what Basketball Victoria and Basketball Australia can be sure of, is the Pioneers won’t go down without a fight. Top right - 1988 Pioneers squad.
WHAT SOME OF THE KEY STAKEHOLDERS HAVE HAD TO SAY... reason to believe there is a pathway to get an opportunity to play some really good basketball and then move on from there and that’s exactly what the competition should be for. The women’s program would always have been a natural progression from that and it is sad to think those opportunities could now be gone. It’s so unique that you can have that sort of opportunity and don’t need to be in the city. That’s what we want. It just seems logical that the Pioneers would have been accepted and that’s what’s so frustrating. It is beyond comprehension that they have not been allowed in.” Left - Jason Sedlock in action.
JASON SEDLOCK (CHAMPIONSHIP PLAYER, ALLAN SCOTT MEDALLIST & GAMES RECORD HOLDER) “Disappointing, is the kindest word I can use. I came to Mount Gambier in 2000 for one year and stayed for 10. After the first season I had some offers from other SEABL clubs but I never considered leaving Mount Gambier. It was such a great atmosphere, the stadium was fantastic and had character and I was so lucky to fall into something like that. The town support was amazing and then there was the opportunities outside basketball, where I learnt a trade, earned my permanent residency and now get to fly jets. That would never have happened if I hadn’t moved to Mount Gambier for basketball. And I am just one story. There are plenty of stories like that from the players I played with and those that have come since. What coach Hill has done in the past few years that has brought that Pioneers passion and built that culture and it has given the young local guys a
DAN STRATFORD (FORMER LOCAL PLAYER) “I was the very first court wiper at the Icehouse. It gave a lot of us young local guys something to aspire to – we all wanted to be Tony Cook.” That was the sentiment for former Pioneer Dan Stratford at the club’s 25th anniversary and not surprisingly, seeing that club he loved in limbo has seen a strong reaction. “It’s devastating for the club and the community. It has been a real pathway for young players. It has been a good way to keep people in the community and attract new people to the community. To have that gone is devastating. You just can’t help but think of the pioneers who built the club 230 years ago and the hard work they put in. The effort it took to get it off the ground and it would be so sad to see that go. The success of the club has been testament to what country people do – they do whatever they can, big or small, to play their part.”
TONY COOK (MOST CAPPED LOCAL PLAYER – 199 GAMES) “I’m still in a bit of shock to be honest. It has been a massive shock to hear it might be over. It just came out of the blue. I am hoping there’s still some hope. I just feel for those people who got the show running. I feel sorry for those guys who have moved here – basketball was the main reason they moved here. I just hope that maybe there is still a chance that they will give us a chance.” Above - Tony Cook JASON JOYNES (CHAMPIONSHIP PLAYER & LIFE MEMBER) “This announcement has really shocked me and I cannot believe they could shut down this outstanding ball club. This decision doesn’t just hurt the Pioneers but also the town of Mount Gambier. It will take away people’s enjoyment each week to come out from their day to day life and be part of the Pioneers family. To the people of Mount Gambier I thank you very much for treating all the players that put on that green and gold singlet each week like NBA superstars. I have been playing basketball a long time and now coaching and been all over the world playing this great game and I can put my lifestyle1.net | 04
hand on my heart and say you are the best supporters anywhere in the world. To the original committee that had vision to put this club together I salute you. It is a very, very sad day.” TOM KOSCH (PIONEERS PRESIDENT) “We’re pretty dissatisfied with the outcome as you can imagine. We put together a first class submission and I am genuinely surprised we were not considered on our merits. We would have been happy with conditions placed on the licence and to have had KPIs we had to meet. We are hugely disappointed that over 30 years of history and the support of this community has been ignored. Ever since this all started 10 weeks ago the club has been committed to doing whatever it took to secure its future The Pioneers have always offered South Australian kids a point of difference to play at a higher level.”
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from Australia wide, and commercial lamb producers back to the Pipkorn family’s annual sheep sale at Jeparit each October. In their 30th annual sale, the results were extremely good and appropriate for this significant milestone. You don’t get to hold 30 very successful annual sales without producing consistent high quality stock and providing great after sales service. There were 65 registered bidders from four States in attendance at this year’s sale, plus 35 users connected via the active Auctions Plus network, bringing a fifth state onto the successful buyers’ list. Despite difficulties presented by the season in a lot of the country, including the Victorian Wimmera and Mallee regions, the strength of competition on the lines of ewes and rams drove the overall result up, resulting in 230 lots averaging $1809 in a 95% clearance. No doubt the highlight was the stunning $26,000 top price in the stud ram draft of 30 rams. This was bid by Kelvin Fitzgerald, Elders Mildura, operating for his client Roger Wilkinson, Camborn Station, Wentworth, NSW for DG 170591, a beautifully balanced August drop son of DG 0485 Tw. With Lambplan figures as impressive as his exceptional phenotype, including 17.64 for Pwwt, -0.14 for Pfat, 1.58 for Pemd and a Carcase Plus index of 207, it was a standout ram in an outstanding draft that averaged $5150. This was up $1806 on last year’s average and $17,000 on last year’s $9000 top price. Fresh from his inaugural Banquet
ram sale at Mortlake three days before, Gordon Branson outstayed the strong competition on DG 170267 Tw by DG 150042. He paid the sale’s second top price of $16,000 for the deep and balanced ram that displayed outstanding muscling and an exceptional skin and Downs wool. Mark Williams, Lillimur has been a long-time supporter of Detpa Grove genetics, breeding White Suffolk rams for his sheep enterprise, this year making a very significant impact. He purchased three of this stud ram draft at an average of $8167, topping at $12,000 for DG 170154, an extremely high performing appendix son of Hillcroft Farms 130156, with a Pemd of 2.78 and
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indices for LEQ of 158 and C+ of 218. Alexa Hearn, operating the Auctions Plus connection service, purchased nine rams in this range from breeders in five states, plus 15 stud ewes from the draft that commenced the sale offering. This stud ewe draft also saw strong stud competition, with 67 of the 68 finding new homes, topping at $2200 and averaging $949. To give top end flock ram buyers, or stud buyers who ran out of specific options in the stud ram draft a bigger selection choice, the Pipkorns offered 24 specially selected rams immediately after the stud draft and before the flock draft. These sold to a top of $2600 and averaged $1975. Leonie Guinane and David Hutchinson, Woodbank stud, Meredith paid the top for DG 170506 Tw, the only other son of DG 160485 Tw, sire of the sale topper offered in these top drafts. There were 35 successful bidders on the 136 commercially destined rams, coming from most regions of Victoria and South Eastern SA. Elders stud stock auctioneer Ross Milne said it was an outstanding lineup right through with some standout individual animals. “But there were plenty of both stud and commercial rams that sold at great value which was a real feature,” he said. Detpa Grove principal David Pipkorn said the rain they’d had leading up to the sale improved confidence and gave some hope in the immediate area, which helped this result. “It’s been a tough year and the sheep have had to be tough to get through it, but we’re very happy with how they came up and sold. We’re very appreciative of the great support we received today,” he said. Above - Pictured with the $26,000 sale topping ram are Detpa Grove principals David and Michelle Pipkorn, Jeparit and Elders Mildura’s Kelvin Fitzgerald who purchased the ram for his client Roger Wilkinson, Camborn Station, Wentworth.
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A unique opportunity to lay a strong foundation for their sporting careers has been afforded 42 fortunate Limestone Coast based athletes with the 2019 inductees to the Limestone Coast Regional Sporting Academy being named. What started as a pilot program last year has already rapidly developed and the Limestone Coast Regional Sporting Academy shows no signs of slowing down. Twelve athletes were part of the inaugural academy program but such was the program’s success, that in its first full year, it will accommodate 42 athletes across a wide variety of disciplines. With two State based sporting bodies coming on board in 2019, for hockey and athletics participants, the general strength and conditioning program will also incorporate a specialised skills program with the view to that skills component being added to as many disciplines as
are five athletics positions, courtesy of Athletics SA coming on board. The remaining 22 positions cover a wide variety of sports. The athletes will enjoy an induction on November 26 at Uni SA’s Mount Gambier campus before heading to Adelaide for high performance testing in December and January. And the program has not just presented amazing opportunities for athletes but also for coaches, with Lisa Barker, well known for her high standing in the highland dancing community, staying continuing to work with athletes in the strength and conditioning program, working alongside Tony Checker, who will develop Lisa as a locally based strength and conditioning expert for the academy going forward. The program has secured State Government and Local Government funding to ensure its future for the next two years but Elletson is on the lookout for corporate support
possible over time. Having a sporting academy based in a regional area allows country based athletes to cut down on the time spent on the road and travelling to sessions, when the strength and conditioning and other athlete education can be delivered in their own backyard. All successful academy inductees are given a 12 month gym membership. in the closest town to where they reside, a 12 month strength and conditioning program, Elite Education Programs, delivered by the UniSA, multiple testing sessions at the UniSA High Performance Centre, an academy uniform, and support in their quest to become an elite athlete and leader in the community. Sports psychology, goal setting, nutrition and mental preparation are all part of the general education program provided for academy athletes. The partnership with Hockey SA has seen 15 places allocated to that sport, while there
so the program cost can be reduced to negligible, if not nothing, for participating athletes. It currently costs $350 with payment plans available. The Limestone Coast Regional Sporting Academy is open to athletes across the council areas of Mount Gambier, Grant District, Wattle Range, Naracoorte Lucindale, Tatiara, Robe and Kingston. Email Tony Elletson at email@example.com for more information on becoming a corporate partner. 2019 ATHLETES Athletics Program • Leila Croker; Brad Hann; Guillaume Ros-Smith; Kaylee Whitehead & Hannah Elliott Hockey Program • Georgia Clarke; Claudia Edmonds; Rachel Marie Curtis; Mercedes Theobald; Cody Lewis; Zara Blackwell; Issac Hocking; Connor Millhouse; Liam Delaney; Aiden Delaney; Cameron Taylor; Mason Hill; Charlotte Foote; Maddison Clark & Toby Maddern Lonestar Program • Brooke Tonon – AFL; Jaxon Rayner – Motocross/Supercross; Ben Thiel – AFL Field Umpire; Thomas Bignell – Swimming; Dallas Skeer – Superbikes; Mykaela Walker – Netball; Zac Walker – AFL/Basketball; Brock Kedding – Baseball; Emmason Isley – AFL; Hayden Crowe – Athletics; Elijah Stratford – Swimming; Aaryan Ghimire – Soccer; Nicole Moran – Swimming; William Fry – Soccer; Madisyn Freeman – AFL; Connor Prior – Soccer/Cricket; Alice Tentye – AFL; Jordan Freeman – Basketball/Tae Kwon Do; Reece Cowling – Soccer; Max Halton – Rowing; Ethan Chuck – Baseball & Ba Na Say – Soccer/Athletics
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IMPRESSIVE CLASS AND GRAND $549,500 The heading says it all, an impressive home with a touch of class, being of solid contruction, and grand looking home positioned on an elevated allotment. High ceilings, ornate bulkheads, quality fixtures and fittings throughout. The condition of this home inside and out is a credit to the current owners. Formal lounge and dining areas, complemented with ducted gas heating, split system air-conditioning and ceiling fans. Solid timber kitchen with walk in pantry and stailess steel products. Open kitchen meals family area. Character bay window looking out to a stunning garden. Alfresco entertaining area, great for entertaining. 3 bay garage plus large workshop or storage area.
ULTIMATE IN EASY LIVING . To be constructed on this beautiful inner city allotment, design for 2 community titles to build 2 stunning townhouses. Your design or ours your builder or ours. Choose your fixture and fittings. Northern aspects with views, save thousands on stamp duty. Walk to café’s.
19 BELLEVALE CLOSE MT GAMBIER 4 BED I 2 BATH I 5 CAR
OPEN E HOM
GREAT SHEDS, EXECUTIVE HOME $595,000 Perfect for the Farmer looking to come to town or the person wanting to keep their boat and caravan at home. This executive home has all the extras, great shedding beautiful home, stunning views, low maintenance, extras include Rain water, office, open plan living air-conditioning,
8 WESTLAND CRT MT GAMBIER 4 BED | 2 BATH | 2 CAR
2/51 BERTHA ST MT GAMBIER 2 BED | 1 BATH | 1 CAR PERFECT $269,000 Perfect location, perfect condition, is the best way to describe this lovely home. This attractive home has been well maintained inside and out. Open plan living, functional kitchen, large north facing windows, 2 bedrooms 2 way bathroom.
26 YAHL MAIN RD YAHL 4 BED | 2 BATH | 8 CAR INSPECTION WILL IMPRESS $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 18mx10m with 2.7 m clearance.
CHARACTER, CLASS, CARAVAN $377,500 Ideal for the semi retired or retiree, who is still looking for space to move. Situated on a flat allotment and you can also keep the caravan at home. Beautiful character home with features including, solid tassie oak kitchen, solid jarrah flooring, high ceilings, decorative cornice and roses, central gas heating, open kitchen meals family area, separate dinng and lounge area, heaps of cupboards throughout, classy wet areas, beautiful gardens,great location to shops and parks. Open: Saturday - 11:45am - 12:15pm
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8/158 COMMERCIAL STREET WEST MT GAMBIER 2 BED | 1 BATH | 1 CAR PERFECT HOME OR INVESTMENT $189,950 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.
49 STURT ST MOUNT GAMBIER 3 BED | 1 BATH | 1 CAR CHARACTER AND INNER CITY LIVING
Ideal for easy living, investment or bed and breakfast. Modern kitchen, polished timber floors, upgraded bathroom, 2 living areas, 3 good size bedrooms 2 bir open kitchen meals area, gas log fire, fully fenced, enclosed carport, remote garage. Easy care garden. Walk to shops and amenities. Open: Saturday - 10:15am - 10:45am
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158 TELFORD RD MOORAK 4 BED | 2 BATH | 2 CAR STUNNING COUNTRY HOME $670,000 Best of country living, set on just over 2 ½ acres. Minutes from mount gambier and even closer to schools the kitchen is every cook’s dream. Beautiful solid timber, large walk in pantry island bench breakfast bar.
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21473 Riddoch Highway, Moorak
AUCTION THIS WEEK
176 Lighthouse Rd, Port MacDonnell
AUCTION Thursday 8th November on site at 11am (if not sold prior)
The home boasts elegance and style with cedar wood throughout, brick work, ﬂoang ﬂoors and quality ﬁxtures and ﬁngs. You will appreciate the recently upgraded kitchen featuring electric cooking, double sink, dishwasher & ample cupboard space, dining and formal dining, a spectacular sunken lounge with a large slow combuson wood heater and built in wall unit. Four good sized bedrooms three with quality built in cedar wardrobes, the bathroom oﬀers a separate vanity area, bath and shower and separate toilet. The exterior of the home oﬀers 32 acres, a 9 x 9 shed situated at the end of the driveway, with a carport at the front and a workshop inside, established gardens, fruit trees, vegetable gardens, chicken yard and an 18 month old, 4 bay hay/machinery shed.The funconal and comfortable outdoor entertaining area features paved ﬂooring, and a calming water feature and ﬁshpond. Perfect for the large gatherings, family entertaining or an inmate dinner for two. Other Features of the home include mains water connecon, 2.3KW solar system, 2 x 22,000 litre rain water tanks, 2 x 1,000 gallon rainwater tanks, newly established shelter belts, 4 paddocks watered, good fencing, hot wires on all fences and conveniently located steel cale yards.
160 – 168 Wireless Road West, Suttontown
Expressions of interest by Monday 17th of December, 2018 (if not sold prior)
SPACIOUS FAMILY LIVING BY THE SEA A rare opportunity exists to secure this unique 3 level, low maintenance family home, overlooking the picturesque Shelly Beach at Port MacDonnell. Features of the home include a mber kitchen with electric cooking and a walk-in pantry overlooking the spacious dining and lounge areas, all with glorious ocean views and warmed by slow combuson wood or gas heang. Four generous sized bedrooms, the main with ensuite and walk in robe, a large led spa room featuring a spectacular inground spa, shower and vanity with glass sliding doors opening to the rear, paved private outdoor entertaining area. The third level of the home oﬀers a sizable second living area / teenagers retreat or 5th bedroom. This area is perfect for extra visitors or kids sleep overs. No one misses out on their own space, with the ﬁrst level of the home also oﬀering endless possibilies. A games room/gym/oﬃce or man cave with a shower and a toilet are all located here adjacent to the double car garage under the main roof. Imagine feeling like you are on holidays every day of the year, sing on your balcony enjoying the views across the ocean and the refreshing sea air. This home has everything your family needs and more. Inspect this unique, elevated beachfront home today.
104 Bertha Street, Mount Gambier
R NE EN W TA L
Lot 1 Cafpirco Road, Compton
WEEK E N O N DI LEASE
$280 PER WEEK
Auction to be held Friday 30th November at the Mount Gambier RSL, 11am
22 – 40 Bishop Road, Mount Gambier
18 Cape Douglas Rd, Cape Douglas
FOR SALE BY EXPRESSION OF INTEREST
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14 Glynn Drive, Nene Valley
Lot 1 Skene & Collins Road, Moorak NE W
AUCTION THIS WEEK
AUCTION Saturday, November 10th on site at 11am (if not sold prior)
PRICE ON APPLICATION
If you are in the market for a costal residence or a beach holiday home, then take the me to peruse this quaint double story home located in the idyllic, coastal community of Nene Valley. This spacious 2 story stone home features a kitchen with electric cooking and breakfast bar creang a separate lounge area, a large combined bathroom / Laundry area with a shower and a separate toilet. The dining room could be converted to more bedrooms, or a second living area. The upper level of the home oﬀers yet more space to entertain, watch tv, sleep or simply to relax and enjoy the picturesque sea views. The exterior of the home oﬀers a low maintenance front and rear yard, a 10,000 gallon rainwater tank plumbed to the home, a fully equipped bore, rear road access making it simple to back the boat into the garage. The garage also oﬀers extra room for your ﬁshing rod, kyak or suroard. Just 20mins from Mount Gambier and 15 mins from Pt McDonnell this property oﬀers endless possibilies and has plenty of potenal. Relax and enjoy summer with the whole family in your very own coastal beach house.
7 John Fallas Drive, Compton NE W
2 Parkway Ave, Mount Gambier
SPACIOUS FAMILY LIVING ON THE OUTSKIRTS OF TOWN This warm, welcoming family home occupies an elevated 4.17 acre allotment and is located just minutes from Mount Gambier. If space, privacy and magniﬁcent views are what you dream of, this spacious and funconal home will not disappoint. Features of the home include three large bedrooms, the main with ensuite & WIR, and BIRs in the remaining two bedrooms. A large open plan kitchen and meals area with electric cooking, dishwasher and walk in pantry overlooks the paved undercover alfesco area, perfect for entertaining family and friends with spectacular views. The sizable rumpus/family room oﬀers more space to entertain or a fantasc games room for teenage kids. Other aributes of the home include a separate toilet, a generous laundry, a centrally located slow combuson wood heater & reverse cycle air condioning, Outside oﬀers 3 x 9000gallon rain water tanks, a fully equipped bore, 15m x 7.5m shed with 2 remote roller doors, 5kw solar system, hay shed/horse ﬂoat shed, 3 horse shelters, a chook run and a round yard.
4 Higgs Street, Mount Gambier NE W
5 West Street, Mount Gambier
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16 Coral Cove, Port MacDonnell
COMFORTABLE & CONVENIENTLY LOCATED This conveniently located, well presented brick and le home, situated on a 703m2 allotment is located within walking distance to the North Gambier Primary School and the CBD. The home comprises of 3 bedrooms, all with BIR’s, a brand new kitchen with gas cooking, ample cupboard space with room for a dishwasher if you desire, bathroom with bath, shower and vanity and a separate toilet.
35 Annette Street, Mount Gambier
WATER FOR SALE
WATER FOR LEASE
MOUNT MUIRHEAD CONMURRA & BLANCHE CENTRAL MANAGEMENT AREAS
MOORAK, DONOVANS & GLENBURNIE AREAS
Contact our oﬃce on 8723 6866
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LOOK NO FURTHER
If you are looking for a well presented, conveniently located allotment at a fantasc price, then look no further. 35 Annee Street, Mount Gambier oﬀers approximately 756m2 to build your dream home ( S.T.C.A) The allotment is fenced with colour bond fencing, surrounded by quality built homes, and is close to the Market Place, Community Kids Child Care Centre and the Mount Gambier Hospital Power, water and sewerage can be easily connected. House and Land packages available.An inspecon of this allotment will not disappoint, call our oﬃce today.
Suite 2/14 Helen Street, Mount Gambier SA 5290
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37 Barrows Road, Millel
16 Ingleby Street
79 Bay Road
AUCTION TO BE AUCTIONED ON THE PROPERTY 30TH NOVEMBER 2018 AT 1:00PM. TO BE OFFERED IN 2 NON-CONTINGENT LOTS Section 631: 39.65ha (95 acres) approx. Substantial brick & tile home including 3 bedrooms + study & an array of shedding OPEN Section 632: 30.3ha (75 acres) SAT 9.30 - 10.00 approx
6 Lui Avenue
177 McKay Road Compton
Beautifully positioned overlooking parklands. 3 spacious bedrooms, large open plan kitchen/living/ dining. Spacious ensuite OPEN and walk in robe. Handy SAT 5mX3m utility shed 10.15 - 10.45 perfect for the boat.
Tucked away on approx 1 acre of land is this charming brick & tile property, a hop, skip & jump from the city centre. Ideal location OPEN and boasts extra SAT storage & workshop – 12.00 - 12.30 Inspect asap.
15 Gardiner Terrace
23 Dalkeith Drive
A charming home featuring cathedral ceilings, updated kitchen and light filled open living. Loads of living areas & great shedding- 2 street access and fantastic entertaining area.
19 Noojee Street
This superb two – storey home will capture your heart! A flexible floor plan with so much to offer including exceptional shedding – only an inspection will reveal the many facets of this glorious home with bonus teenage retreat.
Ideally positioned in a quiet cul de sac a short distance from the city centre, great flexible floor plan and fantastic shedding.
27 Gwendoline Street
3000m2 plus (approx). Expressions of interest closing 14th December 2018 @ 5pm (unless sold beforehand). Nestled on one of Mount Gambier’s most exclusive addresses where OPEN you can embrace the perfect SAT family lifestyle is this turn of the 11.00 - 11.30 century return verandah villa.
84 Lake Terrace East
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. Held in the same Family for nearly 100 years – Act now to secure your dream home!
10 Mayflower Court
Lovely north facing Mount Gambier stone home full of warmth and charm – a gorgeous family home. Beautiful timber kitchen, generous room sizes, outdoor entertaining & car cover.
25 Bertha Street
Meticulously maintained family home that offers outstanding features, exceptional shedding and is located in a quiet cul-de-sac. A home that stands apart from the rest.
27 Victor Street
Excellent home for the Family, close to MacDonald Park Primary school and Saint Martins Lutheran College – brand new floor coverings throughout – nothing to do but move in!
28 Jubilee Hwy East
Refurbished and refreshed, three bedrooms, tidy bathroom with separate bath and shower, neat and tidy kitchen, OPEN recently constructed carport for under cover SAT parking, rental appraisal 9.30 - 10.00 - $185.00 per week.
5 Wilson Street
NEW PRICE $365,000
Vacant Land 1,500m2 (approx) $199,500
a approx 934m2
Vacant Land in excess 1,500m2 (approx) with a 17.49 frontage (approx). Schools, shopping & sporting venues at your door. A rare & exceptional central surprise!
A fantastic inner city location – ideal site for your family home or unit development (s.t.c.c). Only minutes to quality schools, parklands, restaurants & café’s. Leave the car at home! Call now to secure your prime location.
Lot 102 Hillview Lane – McKay Road Compton
9 Compton Street Port MacDonnell
a 5,400m2 (approx)
Fantastic country setting, quality location and only minutes to Tenison Woods College and city centre. Build your dream home and live that country dream. Power, water and telephone to allotment.
Attention those seeking to invest in Port MacDonnell. Three units consisting of 2 x 2 bedrooms and 1x1 bedroom, two units have renovated kitchens and bathrooms, they are all leased. INSPECT NOW!
It’s all about location. Tastefully updated and lovingly maintained, this solid stone home is perfect for those starting up or winding down. Easy care living and only a short stroll to shops, lakes area and city centre.
14 Kooringa Street
Ideal for the first home buyer or investor, close to all amenities. A very well - maintained property, both inside and out. Currently leased at $230.00 per week. Will not buy better in this price range.
1 Form apply online Gebhardts Property Management Suite 2/14 Helen Street, Mount Gambier www.gebhardts.com.au firstname.lastname@example.org Ph 8724 8088 Avail now $135 per week
7/5 Shepherd Street
5/55 Bertha Street
Avail now $165 per week
10 Morgan Street
Avail now $195 per week
29 John Street
Avail 30/11/18 $230 per week
8 Franklin Terrace
Avail 23/11/18 $235 per week
46 Commercial Street West
Avail now $240 per week
78A Sea Parade, Port MacDonnell 3
Avail now $450 per week
78B Sea Parade, Port MacDonnell
Avail now $475 per week
45 Sassanowsky Road, Suttontown 3
Avail now POA
5/55 Bertha Street
8 Franklin Terrace
Avail Now 2 1 1 $165 pw • Two Bedrooms both with built in robes • Kitchen/Dine/lounge with electric cooking & heating • Laundry/Bathroom/Toilet • Car parking space • No Pets **INSPECTION SUBJECT TO APPLICATION APPROVAL**
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29 John Street
3 1 1 $235 pw • 3 bedrooms, 2 with BIR • Lounge with s/c heating • Detached games room with built in bar • Eat in kitchen with electric cooking • Quiet location • Single carport UMR • Pets Negotiable
2 1 1 $230 pw • 2 bedroom, both with built in robes • Lounge with gas heating • Eat-In kitchen with electric cooking • Detached garage with remote access • Central location • No Pets
Suite 2/14 Helen Street, Mount Gambier SA 5290 Paul Chuck SALES 0409 541 113
Ben Jeffrey SALES 0417 810 246
Jo Campbell SALES 0409 240 223
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Great for the growing family, cul de sac location, detached family room/ extra accommodation for the extended family, phone for your inspection.
4 Margaret Street
$650,000 FREEHOLD ONLY Rare opportunity – Zoned Commercial Showroom/Workshop – Storage, office areas, Plenty off street parking, Huge floor area, On over 1,900m2, Existing longstanding tenant. - Contact Agents for further details.
52 Elizabeth Street
68 Bay Road
a 824m2 approx
Highest and best offers by 30/11/2018 at 12 noon if not sold prior. Positioned in the heart of Mount Gambier’s Bay Road precinct, constructed in the 1950’s and situated on a rare 2,234m2 allotment. Carefully planned and designed the property offers 4 bedrooms, three bathrooms, beautiful kitchen, living, dining areas, formal lounge, additional sitting room upstairs and boasting breathtaking views of the city, extensive grounds and gardens – simply stunning!
1/25 Suttontown Road
11 Shell Drive, Port MacDonnell
Attention investors, a solid & spacious community title unit in group of 2. Roomy living areas, garage UMR and wonderful enclosed rear yard. Leased until Oct 2019 @ $245 p/w.
Haviland Court Port MacDonnell
2/25 Suttontown Road
An affordable community title unit in small group of 2. Private rear unit with low maintenance living, generous living area, enclosed rear yard. Leased @ $215 p/w until June 2019. An ideal investment.
15 Noojee Street
A fantastic & level seaside block in quality subdivision. Just minutes to the ocean, parklands, restaurants & shops. Offering an affordable beachside opportunity!
2C Clezy Crescent
Community titled homette – three bedrooms, two with built in robes. Modern kitchen/living/dining – spacious formal lounge. Enclosed patio, single garage UMR – ticks all the boxes!
101 Kingsley Road, Allendale East
9 Peake Street
Excellent property to suit First home buyers, Investors and Retirees – nothing to do but move in – nestled on a lovely landscaped allotment in a fantastic central position – inspect ASAP!
23 McArthur Street
Affordable family living – tastefully renovated & presented home ideal for a growing family or investor. Large corner allotment & secure yard. Loads of cover for vehicles. Priced to sell, be quick to act!
15 Renfrey Place
NEW PRICE 3
This charming home is located in a sought after inner city street, nestled on a low maintenance allotment, gleaming timber floors, high character ceilings and lovely eat in country kitchen.
1/5 Banksia Street
Priced from $140,000 Lifestyle allotments within the Port MacDonnell township. Ranging between 1ha – 2ha. Services include power and Telstra. 12ft gate entrance with post and wire fencing. Fully bitumised road throughout. Allotments oh so close to the beach.
14 Bond Street
a 416m2 (approx.)
Great homette size allotment on own title. Quiet cul-de-sac location, walking distance to City Centre. Surrounded by other quality homes ready to build, established fencing
7A Lansell Street
Approximately 5.5 acres of land zoned ‘Township’ offering potential to subdivide into 16 allotments S.T.C.C. Currently positioned on the land is a neat 3 bedroom home with an 8mx11m shed including power. Endless possibilities!
2/56 Brownes Road
You will love the location and the views over the city. Big living area & fantastic shedding. Updated kitchen with stone bench tops. This one ticks all the boxes!
3/6 Coolabah Street
Excellent unit for the investor or downsizer located in a small complex close to all amenities. 2 living areas, neutral colours throughout & appealing yard.
RENTALS 78A Sea Parade, Port MacDonnell
Desirable lakes location. A spacious home fit for a growing family. Big bedrooms, big block & big living areas. Wonderful Northern view over the city & close to city centre and quality schools.
ALL REASONABLE OFFERS CONSIDERED Set on a prime Mount Gambier Street is this must see double storey family home, whilst the locale is quiet, you are only a casual stroll to the central hub of the city or the iconic Blue Lake. In conj with Vicki Quinn R/E.
A solid and trendy unit, ideal for investment or one to call home. Updated kitchen, generous room sizes & located in a quality group. Close to schools & shops. A smart choice!
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.
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2/2 James Street
96 Commercial Street East
78B Sea Parade
• 1/2 James Street • 2/2 James Street • 2 & 3/193 Commercial Street West • 23-25 Commercial Street West Avail Now 3 2 2 $450 pw • Three bedrooms, Two Bathrooms • Superbly appointed with 2 Street frontage • Open Kitchen, meals & living • Upstairs Living & Balcony • Polished Hardwood floor • R/C Air Conditioning • Rear Entertaining • Double Garage with high clearance doors • No Pets **INSPECTIONS SUBJECT TO APPLICATION APPROVAL**
• 3A Mitchell Street • 53 Commercial Street East • 3B Mitchell Street • 78B Sea Parade, Port MacDonnell • 96 Commercial St East
• Ideal for retail or office space • Approx 98.16m2 • Polished floorboards throughout • 2 double access doors • Great window space • Fantastic Location • Great incentives on offer from lessor • POA
• Approximately 124 square metres • Large open area at front of building • Rear lunch room and store area at rear • Toilet facilities • Car parking at rear for 2-3 cars
• Prominent seafront location overlooking boat ramp and car park • Modern and well fitted store • Large floor area, flexible layout, 177 sqm floor area • Opportunity for a diverse range of business • Longterm lease available • POA
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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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21 TURNBULL DRIVE
81 WEHL STREET NORTH
STUNNING FAMILY HOME ON AN ACRE
IDEAL FOR THE TRADIE AND BIG BOY’S TOYS
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.
Over 2 allotments approx. 1475m2 in total, situated close to the city centre. Mount Gambier stone home comprised of 3 bedrooms all a great size and with built in robes. Retro features throughout, spacious lounge with woodheating. Large dining room. Kitchen with induction cooktop and stainless steel dishwasher. Sparkling main bathroom with separate toilet. 45000 Litres of rain water plumbed to house. 5 kilowatt solar panels. Situated on a corner with vehicle access to 3 bay stone shed with approx. 2,7 metre clearance. and 2 remote Roller doors. Double glaze windows too many extras to list, inspection a must.
2 HUNTINGDALE COURT
28 ACACIA STREET
24/184 JUBILEE HIGHWAY WEST
LEASED AT $275 P/W
ABSOLUTE PERFECTION IN MAX YOUNG PARK
No stone has been left unturned in the presentation of this immaculate 4-bedroom home, elevated and situated on a corner allotment. North facing windows in the open plan kitchen/dine/family allow for loads of natural light to ﬁlter through, lush gardens are an aspect from virtually every window of the home. 2Pak cabinetry in the kitchen blend nicely with the stainless-steel appliances. The main bedroom features a spacious walk in robe and ensuite, whilst the remaining bedrooms all have built in robes. For convenience the main bathroom is 3 way, ideal for the family or guests. Quality windows furnishings adorn the formal and informal living areas, giving the home an incredible richness yet a real feeling of home. Internal access is available through the double garage with remote roller doors, in addition there is a rear workshop with power ideal for the man who loves to tinker. Ducted gas heating and a split system reverse cycle unit as both on offer, ensuring year-round comfort at home. Rarely will you ﬁnd a solid home with 9-foot ceilings in this estate, located oh so close to Saint Martin’s (R to 12) Lutheran School and the city centre.
19 MAYFLOWER COURT
A GREAT START
MODERN COURTYARD HOME – OFFERS INVITED
Welcome to 28 Acacia Street, where this lovely 4-bedroom family home is situated on a large level 828sqm block. This property is perfect for that family looking to break the rental cycle and turn a house into their home. Built of solid Mount Gambier stone it has great potential. The lounge is located at the front of the home with a split system and slow combustion heating.
Located in the Finchley Grove development within a short walk to a shopping centre and eateries. This 3 bedroom courtyard home is styled with neutral colourings throughout. Open plan kitchen/ dining area with gas cooktop and dishwasher. 3 large bedrooms, all with BIR. Three-way bathroom with separate bath and shower. Large laundry with loads of storage space. Gas ducted heating throughout + split system in the lounge room. Single remote garage with internal access.
14 LANGE STREET
VALUE FOR MONEY
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 appealing neat and tidy brick veneer home great for the ﬁrst home buyers or investors. It offers: Open plan kitchen and dining. Kitchen with dishwasher and electric cooking. Large open lounge room with slow combustion heating. Three bedrooms, large main bedroom and bedrooms 2 & 3 with great built-in wardrobes. The bathroom has a shower, bath & vanity, the toilet is separate. Good sized laundry. Gas hot water. Situated on a 699m2 approx. block, securely fenced, with rear yard access to shedding. Picture-perfect external shutters and outdoor blinds on all windows out the back. Excellent shedding with power and workshop and behind the shed is an enclosed wood shed.
25/184 JUBILEE HIGHWAY WEST PRICED TO SELL
6 EAGLE COURT
35 JUBILEE HIGHWAY WEST
$390 PER WEEK
SHORT TERM RENTAL
INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY – ALL OFFERS INVITED
ONE OF A KIND WITH ROOM TO MOVE
SHORT TERM RENTAL - FULLY FURNISHED
Neat & secure 2 bedroom unit located close to eateries and shopping complex. Modern ﬁxtures and ﬁttings throughout. Both bedrooms have built ins and TV points. Open plan lounge and kitchen with r/c a/c. Kitchen comprises of gas stove, wide hi gloss bench tops & English style laundry with front loader washing machine included. Carport has remote roller door and direct personal access to unit. Enclosed rear yard & extra vehicle parking.
Stunning views with an emphasis on natural light compliment this home. Offering 4 deluxe bedrooms. Opulent master bedroom with luxurious ensuite and walk in robe. Open plan kitchen, dining, living area with split/reverse cycle air-conditioning and slow combustion ﬁre. Gourmet kitchen with quality stainless steel appliances, stone bench tops, picture window splash back and ample storage. Gorgeous three way bathroom with separate vanity. Double remote garage and rainwater.
Short Term Rental from 1.12.18 until 22.2.19 - Fully Furnished. Are you in Mount Gambier and needing someone where to stay over summer? This gorgeous 1900’s home is ﬁlled with an abundance of character and charm. Close to parks, shopping & coffee shops. 4 bedrooms some ﬁtted with BIR and ornate ﬁreplaces. Kitchen with gas & wood stove. Formal dining area with french doors that lead to a living area with slow combustion wood heater. 1 good sized bathroom with separate toilet. 2 car garage. Solid Construction. Paved courtyard area. Contact Vicki on 0417 804 782 or Jo on 0437 902 438 to apply for this property over the summer/ Christmas break.
INVESTMENT OF THE WEEK 2/1 DANIEL STREET
This affordable two bedroom home offers a large separate living area with slow combustion heating, separate toilet and an enclosed carport with roller door, all on a conveniently sized 300spm (approx.) allotment. Situated close to Tenison Woods Collage. This is a great opportunity for the investor. Current rent is $160 per week and tenanted until April 2019. This solid, 9ft ceiling home is ideal for the ﬁrst home buyers or investors.
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LOT 32 PINEHALL AVE , MT GAMBIER Expressions of interest closes Friday 14th Dec at 4pm 31.55 Hectares Residential zoned land Council approved plans for over 250 Blocks Approved plans for • Sa Water Plans • Sewer Layout and connection Plans • Power infrastructure plans • Telstra and NBN network Approved Plans • Mains Gas connection and Plans Recent quotes for all works to commence stage one and part of stage two and Three
FOR SALE - $289,000 15 KALIMNA CRES, MOUNT GAMBIER 3 BED I 2 BATH I 2 CAR • • • • •
Lake side location • Lakes reserve at your back door • Elevated Location • 3 Bedrooms main with WI robe and ensuite• study •
Formal Lounge Family room Spacious Kitchen separate Dining Room Double Garage
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SOLD FOR SALE - POA PORT MACDONNELL FORESHORE TOURIST PARK • Your chance is now • Lease hold Tourist park with long secure lease • Port MacDonnell is South Australia’s lobster capital located 27km from Mount Gambier that is half way between
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SPORT NANGWARRY JUNIOR FOOTBALL & NETBALL TROPHY WINNERS
Senior Colts trpophy winners - Harley Dunn (coach), Riley Knightly (Best & Fairest), Joel Virtanen (Runner Up), Ben Just (Most Determined), Thomas Moy (Coach’s Trophy) & Bailey Lindner (Most Consistent)
3 & Under trophy winners - Cassie Dinnison (coach), Kaitlin Roissetter (Best & Fairest), Skylah Petrie (Coaches’ Trophy) & Stevie Judd (Coach). Absent - Shayla Barnes Runner Up)
Junior Colts trophy winners - Dion Dinnison (coach), Hayden Stewart (Coach’s Trophy), Ty Dinnison (Best & Fairest), Bailey Lindner (Runner Up), Lachlan Summers (Coach’s Trophy), Thomas Moy (Most Determined) & Mason Bennett (Most Consistent)
15 & Under trophy winners - Teresa Stewart (coach), Simone Skratek (Runner Up), Shandeen Balshaw (Coaches’ Trophy), Hayley Vanderhorst (Best & Fairest) & Chloe McDiarmid (coach).
Above - Mini Minis team Right (top) - Junior Two team Right (bottom) - Junior Three training team
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17 & Under trophy winners - Teresa Stewart (coach), Natalie Stewart (Coaches’ Trophy), Ebony Lawson Best & Fairest), Hayley Vanderhorst (Runner Up) & Chloe McDiarmid (coach).
NEW ERA FOR BARRY MANEY GROUP
The CMV Group is pleased to announce that it has entered into an agreement to acquire the Barry Maney Group, subject to franchisor approval. The Barry Maney Group is a vehicle and truck retailer based in Mount Gambier, selling and servicing numerous brands including Kenworth, DAF, Hino, Cummins, Ford, Hyundai and Volkswagen. The CMV Group, founded by Sidney Crawford in 1934, is one of South Australia’s oldest and largest privatelyowned family businesses and currently operates across three main divisions – Automotive, Trucks and Farms. Today, the Group serves thousands of customers from their sales, parts and service locations, mainly across South Australia and Victoria. The Group already has long-standing relationships with
a number of the brands currently sold by the Barry Maney Group, such as Kenworth, DAF, Hino and Cummins. Managing Director of the CMV Group Paul Crawford said CMV’s relationship with BMG goes back to the 1970s, with a strong personal relationship between their father, Jim Crawford, and Barry Maney Group founder, the late Mr Barry Maney OAM. “We look forward to bringing the Barry Maney Group into our fold and are committed to maintaining the strong customer focus enjoyed by Barry Maney Group customers,” Mr Crawford said. “As a testament to the legacy left by Barry Maney, we will continue to trade under the Barry Maney Group banner. At the CMV Group, we place equal importance on our staff, our customers and the communities within which we operate.
We have over 1400 employees who we consider our greatest assets, and are pleased to confirm that we will be offering employment to all existing Barry Maney Group employees. We believe that there are strong synergies between the two organisations and particularly our cultures and values.” Managing Director of the Barry Maney Group David Millard (pictured) said with the parallel histories of the two organisations, it really felt as though the transition of ownership to the CMV Group was a natural progression. “We are just delighted that the CMV Group, a family-owned company with similar values to ourselves, has had the opportunity to acquire the business,” he said. “The partners have every confidence that the CMV Group will be able to utilise their substantial experience and help to further grow the Barry Maney business.” Shirley Maney, on behalf of the Maney family, said Barry would be delighted that the business is being handed over to a business that he held in such high regard, and that all BMG staff will remain in employment as part of the acquisition. “We are passionate about supporting the communities within which we operate, and look forward to maintaining and enhancing the strong presence that the Barry Maney Group has created in Mount Gambier and the
CAMPAIGN FOR COMMUNITY ART SPACE GAINS MOMENTUM The Limestone Coast is a hotbed of cultural activity and those at the coalface are leading a charge for the creation of a Makers Space – a designated area for artists across all genres and disciplines to head to work on their craft. It is tantamount to the community garden and Men’s Shed concepts, but in the world of the arts, and there are many communities across Australia embracing the idea. Julianne Woodruff is a Mount Gambier based artist who is passionate about creating such a space, so much so, that she and husband Peter, purchased equipment from the now defunct TAFE SA art department, and are hopeful they could now find a new home. “Burnie in Tasmania is a good example of a Makers Space but there are places all over,” Julianne said. “Mount Gambier could become a hub for the whole region, attracting visitors and new residents alike. We are looking for people to contribute ideas to the vision of a Makers Space. I hope that we can start the conversation and find a home for our equipment, so it can once again be used and appreciated.” That equipment includes a large kiln, two smaller kilns, pottery wheels, slab roller, glazing materials, printmaking equipment and drying racks and Peter and Julianne are keen to donate gift the equipment to a designated space, if one could be found and developed. “The equipment is just looking for a home where the
community would be able to access and enjoy being able to use it,” she said. “The idea would be to run classes and workshops and things like that out of the Makers Space. We have all the expertise that we need right here to do all these things, we just don’t have the space.” While the Makers Space would encompass all areas of the arts, the concept could certainly be built on the foundation of an impressive ceramics centre. “For a very, very minimal cost the community could have a fully functioning ceramics centre open to everyone from professional artists to absolute beginners, from school children to grandparents,” Julianne said. “Every time I am out doing a market or demonstrating pottery, I get asked about classes and or kiln and pottery
wheel access,” Julianne said. “At the moment, there is nowhere now that people can do this. Ideally, we envisage a ceramic workshop as part of a larger Makers Space, where other crafts and large equipment can be housed. It is about the sharing of experiences and skills, a sense of achievement in creating, be it a pot or a poem, a limestone sculpture or a wooden chair, practical, functional, or just decorative. Creating stuff is just good fun and good for your health.” Brian Williams, of Williams Cranes, has been a godsend for Peter and Julianne, helping relocate the equipment from TAFE to its various storage areas. Anyone interested in helping explore the Makers Space opportunity should contact Julianne at firstname.lastname@example.org lifestyle1.net | 25
surrounding districts,” Mr Crawford said. The date of the transfer is expected to occur in early January next year.
Left - Barry Stafford, Michael Crawford, David Millard, Paul Crawford & Jim Cornolo
COLLECTED STUPIDITY - THAT’S HOW I ROLL… By ROBBIE TANSEL Some of you will remember that I bought a new car for my dog Taserface recently. Taserface was slowly devouring the inside of the back of my station wagon which is quite a nice car, whenever I took him to dog training. Obviously this was not an ideal situation so we purchased a ute to put him in the back of. At this stage we are a three car family. With only two family members with driver’s licences, three cars is one more than necessary, but at this stage we haven’t decided which vehicle to get rid of. A friend asked me this week, do you
feel like a rapper or something with three cars, and the honest answer is yes (despite the fact that one of the cars is a hatch, one is a family car station wagon, and one is a big dual cab ute). I definitely do feel like I’m a high roller at the moment. This is impacting on me in various ways. For starters whenever I’m driving in one of my three cars I’m always listening to Kanye West, preferably Golddigger on repeat. It just seems like the sort of music you should listen to when you have three cars. Another way it has changed my behaviour is that whenever I go out with Shaquille and Lebron my children, I’m dressing them with baggy clothes and gold chains. Donna keeps on telling me they look ridiculous, but they already looked ridiculous. They look like young Ronald McDonald, so at least the
gold chains distract from their pastey white skin and red hair. One thing that I think is really important when you have three cars is to have a reality show. I’m still working on that. I think it would be pretty popular. I think we’ll probably call it Keeping Up With the Tansels. I’m sure it’ll be very entertaining. We’re negotiating with Correctional Services to see if we can either get Mum out on bail, or maybe film some of the show at the jail. I think it will add the sort of drama that you really need when you have three cars and a reality television show. I’ve suggested to Donna that she wear a gold bikini when we go places because it just seems like the sort of thing that people with three cars would do. It’s been a little bit difficult convincing her that it’s a good idea. She seems to think that it’s more of a three cars on the Gold Coast than a three cars in Mount Gambier thing. My back up plan is to get girls in bikinis to wash my three cars.
I definitely feel that’s the sort of thing that people with three cars do. You don’t just take your car to the car wash or get your old clothes on and do it yourself when you’re a three car family. The other thing that’s really important when you have three cars is to keep them shiny and clean. Then you park them on the front lawn, pose with them and get someone to take slow motion video of you with your cars. Added bonus points for having a house with giant columns out the front, some sort of statues in the front yard or
flamingo decorations. All of these things are appropriate for people like me with three cars. My fridge is now filled with bottled water and bottles of Cristal. Dom Perrignon is so “people with two cars”. As for water out of the tap, only bottled water for us three car people. Anyway, I don’t feel like I can sustain this lifestyle for long, so if you’d like to buy a 2001 Holden Astra, in excellent condition, only 100,000 kilometres, for $3500, email me at robbietansel@gmail. com
SOCCER STARS HOLDING TRIVIA NIGHT FUNDRAISER Eight Mount Gambier female soccer players have earnt the call up to the Regional Girls State Soccer Squad to compete at the upcoming Ultimagte Fiji Cup. The girls are working overtime to fundraise to help finance the trip adn one of their main events is a Trivia Night Fundraiser at the Blue Lake Golf Links on November 16. Tickets are $12 and organisers are looking for tables of eight. It is BYO nibbles with drinks available for purchase from the bar, with bistro meals also on offer from 6pm. The night starts at 7pm for a 7.30pm kick off of all the fun. There will be winning table prizes, auctions with a twist, raffles and lucky door prizes. Organisers are also promising a uniquely different and exciting trivia night, hosted by Trivia With A Twist. Tickets are available from Intersport (Commercial Street West store) or by calling or messaging Tanya on 0427 824 374.
PUNCH MOVIE FUNDRAISER Rave reviews from the Cannes Film Festival is a pretty strong recommendation for a movie and that is exactly what Woman At War received. Described as an eco thriller musical comedy drama, the latest work of Icelandic filmaker Benedikt Erlingsson, is an intelligent feel good film and is set to screen on Friday, November 23, at Coonawarra Hall. The showing is a fundraiser for the Penola Coonawarra Well Being Sub Fund as part of the Stand Like Stone Foundation. Admission is $10 with tickets available at the door. It is a 7 for 7.30pm start, you need to bring your own chair or beanbag and there will be bar facilities.
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Amechai Bawden started running as a four year old, joining his brother and sister at Little Athletics but remembers his first foray into athletics as less than impressive. “I was terrible,” Amechai, now 22, said. It took some time, seven years to be precise, but that did change and as an 11 year old Amechai competed at his first nationals. Amechai competes in Special Olympics and from those first tentative steps into the world of athletics, he is now set to represent Australia on the world stage. Amechai is one of two South Australian based athletes chosen in the national team headed to Abu Dhabi in March next year. It was Amechai’s stand out performances at the national championships in Adelaide in April that earned him the call up. He won the 1500m, 3000m and 5000m events. “Not all gold medal winners make the team as there is not enough spaces but because I won three evens I was able to get a spot,” Amechai said. In fact, Amechai was one of those gold medallists who missed out after the previous national championship but this time his performances left the selectors no choice. As Amechai has worked his way through the ranks, it has meant a lot of travelling for parents Anne and Robert Bawden. “There are no running tracks here so I do need to go to Adelaide and sometimes Melbourne a lot to train and get used to the track,” he said. Of course, Amechai does his share of training locally as well. He is a member of Park Run and also has specialised training with well known local coach Sally Taylor, as well as working on strength and conditioning, with personal trainer Rob Dowdy, and yoga, with Megan Jenkin, at Blue Indigo. Amechai also receives good support from Athletics SA, working with Kristy Turner, and his national coach is Debbie Knust. Preparing for the World Special Olympics next year sees Amechai with a full schedule, including personal training and yoga on Monday, recovery or a long run on Tuesday, usually incorporating hills, Wednesday is another personal training session and physiotherapy with Ben Williams, Thursday is his track work, where he often trains alongside star runner Hannah Elliott, while Friday and the weekends are focussed on going for those longer runs again. Amechai also gets to as many fun runs as he can around the region and has found his way onto the podium for the past couple of Blue Lake Fun Runs and he is setting himself for a personal best time at the December 2 event this year. “It’s just good to get used to competing,” Amechai said. He has also competed at a high level in Special Olympics soccer, in fact, that is how he came to be coached to be a long distance runner and he quickly returned to the track and started to build up for those 3km and 5km events. The City to Bay in Adelaide is another lifestyle1.net | 28
event always pencilled in on his running calendar and Amechai also completed a training camp at the Gold Coast in September. Amechai even has a nutritionist on board as he looks to leave no stone unturned in producing his optimum performance in Abu Dhabi. Of course, to get there is not cheap
and the 22 year old is hoping to hold a number of fundraisers and has set up a Go Fund Me page which is easily located by placing his name and ‘go fund me’ into a search engine. A raffle is also set to be up and running soon so keep an eye out for tickets. Amechai’s fundraising has already been generously supported by Commodore on the Park, Reef 2 Ridge, Gambier West BP Sero, Nelson River Cruise, Oatmill Cinema, Linksview Bistro, Englebrecht Cave, Blue Lake Aquifer Tours, The Market Place BWS, Dan Murphy’s, Thyme on the Lakes, Redi Ivie, Bryant’s Bakery and Carter’s Foodland, as well as generous individuals via the Go Fund Me campaign. Amechai’s running has also seen him snare another award – Best Documentary at last month’s Shut Up and Watch Film Festival in Angaston. It was a project created with his dad Robert. Left - Amechai Bawden in action and with his gold medal haul at the nationals. Above - Amechai Bawden at the Film Festival awards ceremony.
AT A GLANCE
EXCITING OPPORTUNITY FOR YOUNG ARTIST Emerging artist Kya Duro has networked with more than 500 leading industry professionals and gained a valuable insight into the creative art industry thanks to the support of the Glenelg Shire Council and Regional Arts Victoria. Miss Duro was the successful recipient of the Artlands 2018 Travel Grant, a funding program offered by Regional Arts Victoria, on behalf of council, to provide financial assistance to local artists to attend Artlands Victoria, the national conference for regional arts. Held last month in Bendigo, Miss Duro has returned home from the five day conference full of enthusiasm and inspiration to pursue her artistic ambitions. “Returning from Artlands I am now more eager than ever to continue with my artistic endeavours, in particular I feel more excited and better prepared to commence my Bachelor of Contemporary Visual Art degree next year at Federation University,” she said. “I was by far the youngest person who attended the Artlands, however many of the conference topics were relevant for young artists like me. During this session six young speakers discussed the importance of art and its ability to change the lives of young people; it was definitely a highlight of the conference.” Miss Duro is already making tentative plans to attend Artlands when it returns in 2020. I really enjoyed the conference and I hope to once again attend in 2020. I’m keeping out a keen eye for when they announce the location, which could be any regional township across Australia.” Glenelg Shire arts and cultural manager Susie Lyons said council was proud to assist emerging artists. “The Artlands Travel Grant program is a great opportunity for council to support local artists by allowing them to attend a national arts conference, develop skills and create broader connections with other likeminded regional artists,” she said. “I commend Kya for her initiative in applying for the program and I look forward to seeing her continue to grow and develop as an artist thanks to the newfound knowledge and skills acquired from Artlands.” Celebrating twenty years in 2018, Artlands is the biennial event that shines a national spotlight on Australia’s regional arts. For further information on Artlands 2018 please visit their website at https:// artlands.com.au/
PILOT YOUTH PROGRAM GATHERING MOMENTUM The LifeChanger Foundation will be hosting an Information Night on November 19, bringing the community together to talk about LifeChanger’s community programs scheduled to run in Mount Gambier next year. LifeChanger’s ‘Awaken the Hero’ program for teenagers (aged 11-15 yrs) is delivered across a series of five workshops, culminating in a celebratory Tribe event. The Foundation’s core ‘Five Pillar’ philosophy for building a positive self-identity includes creating awareness of their Health, Skills, Self, Purpose and Tribe through interactive learning activities and reflection. LifeChanger Foundation has been activated in Mount Gambier with the support of the Mount Gambier community through a recent fundraising golf day, and with the support of the Mount Gambier Pioneers and ANZ Bank. After the Information Night, LifeChanger will run a series of three Mentor Workshops aimed at up-skilling community members
in skills such as rapport building, active listening and goal setting with teenagers. The first workshop ‘Connection’ will run in December, followed by ‘Pathway’ and ‘Challenges’ in early 2019. Some participants of these workshops will then be involved in the Awaken the Hero program to utilise their new or refined skills, and get to know the teenagers in their community. LifeChanger Foundation CEO and founder Scott Watters (pictured left) said they were excited to be running the LifeChanger programs in Mount Gambier. “We’ve already seen within the community, strong mentors keen to support the program and join our Mentor Workshops,” he said. “Most importantly, there’s an open opportunity for Mount Gambier’s 11-15 year olds to join the our Awaken the Hero program. Participants learn new skills focussed on positive self-identity, and they’ll have the opportunity to learn from inspiring LifeChanger Ambassadors such as Trevor Hendy, six-time Ironman, and Alice Kunek, International basketballer. Mount Gambier’s teenagers will discover the huge potential each and everyone of them have, developing skills and experiences that empower them on the pathway to their best life.” The information night is being held at the UniSA Wireless Road campus in Mount Gambier, from 6.307.30pm. Visit the LifeChanger facebook page or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
INTERSTATE SUCCESS FOR LOCAL HIGHLAND DANCERS Eleven year old Hailee Pearce is making a name for herself in Highland dancing, winning back to back championships in Brisbane and Tasmania. Hailee won the 11 years & under South QLD Championship in Brisbane winning first place in all four dances and repeated the performance in Tasmania winning the Tasmanian Championship 11 years & under with four first placings. Hailee travels from Penola three times a week for lessons at the Margaret Cleves School of Dancing. Other students from the school also travelled to Tasmania, achieving excellent results with all championship competitors being placed in the top six from strong competition. Ebony McDonald received third place in both the National Premiership and the 14-15 years Tasmanian Championship, Abbey Freebairn placed 6th in the 14-15 years Championship, and Ellie Mullan placed 6th in the 12-13 years Championship. In the Pre Premier sections, Anna Le Cornu won two silver and two bronze medals in the Primary section, and Laura Le Cornu placed third in the Novice Trophy Dance and won gold and bronze medals in the Novice section. Above - Hailee Pearce, Ebony McDonald, Abbey Freebairn & Ellie Mullan. Right - Hailee Pearce with her Queensland championship
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BRAIN TEASER WHO AM I?? How many clues did you need? 1. I was born in Melbourne in 1971. 2. I am the youngest of three children with an accountant father and a mother, who was a dancer. 3. As young as seven, I appeared on Aussie TV in shows including The Sullivans. 4. In 1982 I joined the cast of the popular family entertainment show Young Talent Time. 5. I kept my hand in acting with a year long stint on Home & Away. 6. I have had some famous men in my life including Julian McMahon, Jacques Villeneuve & Kris Smith. 7. I have an eight year old son – Ethan. 8. While continuing with my music and acting over the years, I also diversified into fashion design, heading up my own clothing line. 9. I have more recently made a name for myself as a part of the judging panel of reality talent shows both in Australia and the UK. 10. I have a famous sister – Kylie. My name is Dannii...?
1. Which regional city did the Duke and Duchess of Sussex visit on their recent Australian tour? 2. For which AFL team will former KNTFL footballer Lachie Neale play in 2019? 3. What citrus flavour is associated with the liqueur Cointreau? 4. What is a female deer called? 5. The Margaret River wine region is in which Australian State? 6. What is the name of the recently released movie starring Bradley Cooper and Lady GaGa? 7. Who is the coach of the Socceroos? 8. What is the capital of Portugal? 9. Cavendish and Lady Fingers are types of which fruit?
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OPPORTUNITY MISSED AT PEPPERTON The saying is, “Opportunity knocks” and that was certainly the case at Roger and Dianne Trewick’s Pepperton Poll Dorset and White Suffolk ram sale at the Elmore Events Centre on October 15. The Trewicks are long established breeders but were holding just their second such auction. They concentrate their breeding principles on producing sound, industry relevant and paddock raised rams that give rapid growth, outstanding muscling and yield combined with the right fat levels and a moderate maturity pattern. These are the selection traits that put more dollars in the pockets of trade lamb producers every time, given anything like a normal season. The trouble this year is that a majority of producers within a 200km radius of Pepperton are having anything but a normal season, and it affected the sale outcome greatly. Instead it became “Opportunity lost” for lamb producers within the region who did not put themselves in the game by attending this sale of 60 Poll Dorset and 41 White Suffolk rams. Consequently, from the 101 rams offered, only 54 cleared at auction for a $1045 average. GTSM auctioneer Myles Pfitzner accommodated and rewarded the 14 registered bidders, but the reality
was that six of these were single ram purchasers, leaving a void of strong competition for rams well worthy of that action. Beside the quality of the offering there were other highlights, with three of the 10 elite Poll Dorset rams going to other stud breeders, two from as far afield as Western Australia. Max Whyte, ‘Brimfield’ Poll Dorset and White Suffolks, Kendenup, WA connected via phone to successfully bid to the sale top of $4000 for P170274 Tw. This beautifully balanced, structurally correct and bigger framed April drop ram was sired by Marocara 150035 and provided the ideal combination of top shelf phenotype and outstanding genotype. Its Lambplan figures included 17.6 for post weaning weight, 2.3 for eye muscle, 4.6 for lean meat yield and indices of 217 on carcase plus and 141 for lamb eating quality. Joining it on the trip west will be P170365Tw, a late August drop ram, also sired by Marocara 150049. With an earlier maturity pattern suited for targeting trade weight lamb production, its figures were even more impressive, highlighted by 4.2 for eye muscle, 5.7 for lean meat yield and a carcase plus index of 232; all in the top 1% of the industry. It as snapped up by Keith Ladyman, Dumbledee stud, Katanning, WA for just $3000; Keith also lifestyle1.net | 30
10. Clarence House is the home of which royals? 11. Who finished runner up to Damien Leith in season four of Australian Idol? 12. Ernesto Valverde is the manager of which professional football club? 13. When it comes to Olympic gold medals, who is Australia’s most successful track & field athlete? 14. What date is the 2018 NF McDonnell & Sons Mount Gambier Christmas Parade? 15. Name Enid Blyton’s Famous Five. 16. In 2012, mates George Clooney and Brad Pitt were both up for the Best Actor Oscar – what were the two movies for which they were nominated? 17. Who won New Artist of the Year at the recent American Music Awards? 18. Trott Park is a suburb in which Australian city? 19. Who won East Gambier Football Club’s 2018 A Grade football best & fairest and the coveted red jacket? 20. Who is Meghan Markle’s best friend and stylist?
ANSWERS 1. Dubbo; 2. Brisbane; 3. Orange; 4. Doe; 5. Western Australia; 6. A Star is Born; 7. Graham Arnold; 8. Lisbon; 9. Banana; 10. Prince Charles and Camilla; 11. Jessica Mauboy; 12. Barcelona; 13. Betty Cuthbert; 14. November 17; 15. Julian, Anne, George, Dick and Timmy the dog; 16. The Descendants & Moneyball; 17. Camila Cabello; 18. Adelaide; 19. Jayden Eldridge; 20. Jessica Mulroney
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connecting via phone. It was two buyers who attended from long distance who were the standout commercial buyers in this sale. John and Phil Western, ‘Elm Valley’, Tarwin Lower have been seeking out these high performance Pepperton genetics for the past 10 years. They mate the rams over 1900 first cross ewes, lambing down in August for January sales. “We travel up this far as the Pepperton rams are very good sheep with industry leading figures and ideal for our objective of producing top 20kg carcase weight lambs,” Phil said. They purchased 11 rams; eight Poll Dorsets and three White Suffolks, paying to $1400 and $1500 for two of the elite Poll Dorsets, and averaging a great value $977 overall. Gerard Keogh, Mountain Creek, NSW came nearly as far to seek these high indexing rams. After being the equal highest volume buyer last year
with 11 rams, he was back again for more. Purchasing exclusively from the Poll Dorset draft, he purchased 10 this year from $800 to $1000 and averaged exactly $900. In the White Suffolk draft of 41 rams, the five elites did not attract a stud buyer, unlike the Poll Dorsets, so the top price was a very modest $1150. It was paid by Eddie Carr, Emu Creek, for his only purchase, P170660Tw with a C+ index of 215. With a clear focus on the profit making parameters of fertility, performance and carcase yield, there is little doubt this sale deserved better patronage. The Pepperton studs are around 10 points above average breed and industry levels for Carcase Plus index on Lambplan assessment, and 67% of this saleoffering were from multiple births. Above - Pepperton co-principal Roger Trewick (second right) is with the key volume ram buyers; John and Phil Western, Tarwin Lower (11 rams) and Gerard Keogh, Mountain Creek, NSW (10 rams).
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MOUNT GAMBIER & DISTRICT CRICKET ASSOCIATION BARBER SHIELD - ONE DAY FIXTURE South Gambier v East Gambier East Gambier 1st innings 149 (D. Stratford 69; D. Whitehorn 22; A. Hentschke 17; N. Gore 13; D. Vine 3/46; R. Drenthen 2/18; D. Loupos 2/17) South Gambier 1st innings 7/236 (D. Clough 125no.; D. Vine 32no.; A. Kuhl 30; A. Hentschke 2/12; S. Golebiowski 2/37) South Gambier won by 87 runs. Mil Lel v West Gambier Mil Lel 1st innings 120 (no batting details available; S. Willis 2/14; R. Crute 2/22; B. Hosking 2/23; J. Cornolo 2/13) West Gambier 1st innings 7/164 (T. Schrader 29no.; B. Stephenson 27; S. Willis 24; B. Hentschke 22; J. Blackwell 20; no bowling details abailable West Gambier won by 44 runs. CROUCH SHIELD - ONE DAY FIXTURE Mil Lel v Kongorong Mil Lel 1st innings 8/115 (N. Blachut 58; N. Smith 16no.; J. Bellinger 3/13; L. Ball 2/8; A. Maidment 2/32) Kongorong 1st innings 112 (K. McLaren 43; A. Maidment 24; D. Bald 22; M. Ashby 8/14) Mil Lel won by three runs. East Gambier v Kalangadoo Kalangadoo 1st innings 213 (M. Fatchen 81; D. Dowdell 48; D. Barlow 25; B. Auld 14; B. Gregory 13; C. Facey 4/51; D. Bennett 3/17) East Gambier 1st innings 9/164 (B. Clark 73; H. Karsten, A. Roberts 18; T. Graney 17no.; R. Carlson 3/19; S. McManus 2/40) Kalangadoo won by 49 runs. COX BROS SHIELD - ONE DAY FIXTURE North Gambier v Kalangadoo North Gambier 1st innings 79 (I. Mulraney 11; M. Walters 10; A. Mulraney 3/17; T. Egan 2/9) Kalangadoo 1st innings 9/191 (S. Giddings 107ret.; M. Hein 29; A. Mulraney 14; S. Habib 3/25; I. Mulraney 2/11; Z. Clark 2/24) Kalangadoo won by 112 runs Mil Lel v South Gambier Mil Lel 1st innings 6/77 (R. Hann 26; A. Dethmore 14) South Gambier 1st innings 126 (J. Telford 44; T. McCourt 41; B. Geary 10n0.; G. Jose 7/36) South Gambier won by 49 runs O’DONOGHUE SHIELD - TWO DAY FIXTURE Mt Burr v East Gambier Mt Burr 1st innings 8/160 East Gambier 74 (R. Flamank 31; L. Turley 18; B. Thwaites 3/2; H. Muhovics 2/4; R. VanEeden 2/4) Mt Burr won by 86 runs. HALL TROPHY - ONE DAY FIXTURE East Gambier v North Gambier East Gambier 1st innings 8/42 (A. Clarke 19; R. McLaughlin 2/7) North Gambier 1st innings 2/136 (R. McLaughlin 35ret.; K. Dellow 29ret.; B. Allen 14ret.; R. Lawrence 1/5) North Gambier won by 94 runs. SIMS SHIELD - TWO DAY FIXTURE East Gambier v North Gambier North Gambier 1st innings 5/138 East Gambier 1st innings 8/19 (T. Tilley 3; C. Turner 2/0; R, Pandey 2/0; K. Crowhurst 2/1) North Gambier won by 119 runs. South Gambier White v South Gambier Maroon South Gambier White 1st innings 8/53 (E. Geary 15no.; D. Harten 11no.; M. Pronse 9; R. Miller 6; Z. Shanks 4; F. Skieer 3/0; J. Salmon 2/5; J. Maxwell 2/9 South Gambier Maroon 1st innings 7/136 (J. Maxwell 26; N. Maxwell 24; C. Lockwood 21; K. Maxwell 19; M. Prowse2/7) South Gambier Maroon won by 83 runs.
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SPORT NORTH GAMBIER JUNIOR NETBALL & FOOTBALL TROPHY WINNERS
15 & Under A trophy winners - Coach Maddie Whaites, Charlotte Bruhn (Best & Fairest), Sarah Nulty (Runner Up) & A Grade player Kaitlin Egan. Absent Alice Circelli (Junior Development Award & Best in Finals)
17 & Under trophy winners - A Grade player Caroline Davey who presented the awards to Jordyn Adams (Junior Development Award), Emily Close (Runner Up & Best in Finals), Sophie Ellis (Best & Fairest) & coach Kaitlin Egan
Trisha Flett Memorial Awqard recipient Hannah Nulty (right) presented by Wendy Flett
15 & Under B trophy winners - A Grade player Ellie Gould who presented the awards to Emily Tzioutziouklaris (Junior Development Award), Jamee Brooks (Runner Up), Sarah Dally (Best & Fairest) & coach Ashley Whan
13 & Under A trophy winners - Lauran Norman (Runner Up), Kate Dyson (Junior Development Award), A Grade player presenting the awards Kaitlin Egan & Kori Collins (Best & Fairest & Best in Finals)
13 & Under B trophy winners - Coach Ellie Gould, Cara Nulty (Joint Best & Fairest & Best in Finals), Ava Collins (Joint Best & Fairest), Macey Griffith (Junior Development Award), Zarly Jones (Runner Up) & A Grade player presenting the awards Maddie Whaites
Under 13 trophy winners - Jayk Norman (Coach’s Trophy), Kai Dellow (Runner Up), Reece McLaughlin (Best & Fairest), Zayne Young (Best Team Man), Joel Bryant (Most Consistent), coach Tony Arthurson, Zac Nulty (Leading Goal Kicker) & A Grade player Hamish Telford presented the awards
LSE PENNANT BOWLS MID WEEK OPEN PENNANT Mount Gambier RSL 41/12 d Naracoorte RSL 40/2; Port MacDonnell Red 55/14 d Port MacDonnell Blue 20/0; Mount Gambier Blue 70/14 d Penola 25/0; Naracoorte 40/12 d Mount Gambier Red 38/2 LADIES Division one Mount Gambier 54/12 d Naracoorte 41/2; MOunt Gambier RSL Blue 48/12 d Penola 45/2; Port MacDonnell 44/12 d Mount Gambier RSL Red 42/2; MIllicent Blue 47/12 d MIllicent Red 35/2 Division two Port MacDonnell 43/12 d Penola 39/0; Millicent 49/14 d Naracoorte 31/0; Kingston 59/12 d Beachport 39/2; Naracoorte RSL 41/12 d Mount Gambier RSL 39/2 Division three Beachport 54/14 d Millicent Red 32/0; Robe Red 72/14 d Beachport Blue 29/0; Lucindale 44/12 d Mount Gambier 43/2; Penola 46/13 d Port MacDonnell 39/1 OPEN Division one • Mount Gambier 68/14 d Millicent 64/2; Mount Gambier RSL Red 68/12 d Kalangadoo 63/4; Naracoorte RSL 80/14 d Mount Gambier RSL Blue 78/2; Port MacDonnell 64/13 d Naraocorte 62/3 Division two • Lucindale 100/16 d Port MacDonnell 63/0; Robe 73/14 d Mount Gambier 60/2; Kingston 77/14 d Naracoorte 67/2; Millicent 75/14 d Mount Gambier RSL 66/2 Division three • Penola 89/15 d Millicent Red 45/1; MOunt Gambier RSL Blue 90/16 d Frances 61/0; Mount Gambier RSL Red 71/14 d Kingston 61/2; Millicent Blue 82/14 d Mount Gambier 73/2 Division four - Red • Mount Gambier RSL 69/12 d Port MacDonnell 63/4; Millicent 69/14 d Naracoorte 67/2; Beachport 82/16 d MOunt Gambier 60/2; Penola 93/16 d Lucindale 49/0 Division four - Blue • Port MacDonnell 78/16 d Millicent 52/0; Robe 89/16 d Naracoorte RSL 57/0; Beachport 91/16 d Mount Gambier 65/0; Naracoorte d Penola (forfeit); Kalangadoo - BYE
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SPORT NORTH GAMBIER TROPHY WINNERS RUNS GALORE ON SOFTBALL DIAMOND
Wanderers 16 d Concordes White 11 Wanderers started off strong with the bat, scoring 10 runs in the first innings. Concordes fought hard to stay in the game but were shut down by pitcher Cathy Whiting and the Wanderers field. Fiona Finch batted well hitting four safehits and Whiting had three safehits for the game and new comer Lilly Finch did a great job in the field for her first game. Concordes found their groove in the last innings but unfortunately was not enough to catch Wanderers. Warriors Blue 16 d Warriors White 6 Plenty of laughs and softball highlights were had by all as the two Warriors siodes faced off. Erin Chaplin braved psychological warfare by her old team mates, collecting a lovely double. Jessica Hillman swung hard also having two safehits, as did Imogen Walker. Inspirational seasoned campaigners Felicity Walker was smoking the ball and Nicole Vause had three safehits. Kel Anderson, Zoe Crouch and Emmerson Hann all got a hit for White while Justine Koop, Courtney Hansen and Leanne Mullan all got singles for Blue. Raquel Sneath, Simone McDonald and Kelly Doyle scored two hits each for Blue with Leynna Bruggemann scoring four RBIs. RESULTS Demons 13 (M. Millard, I. Morale, C. Manning, M. Millard, M. Markiewicz 2; G. Millard, K. Morale) d Concordes United 4 (J. Beck 2; B. Jones); Wanderers 16 (F. Finch 4; C. Whiting 3; J. Hart, E. Tzioutziouklaris 2; S. Moretti, E. Hart, T. SEager) d Concordes White 11 (H. Taylor, L. Dodds 2; S. Brown, S. Pilven, A. McDonough); Warriors Blue 16 (N. Vause 3; R. Sneath, L. Bruggemann, S. McDonald, K. Doyle 2; J. Koop, C. Hanson, L. Mullan) d Warriors White 6 (J. Hillman, I. Walker, F. Walker 2; E. Chaplin, E. Hann, K. Anderson, Z. Crouch)
MOUNT GAMBIER & DISTRICT TENNIS ASSOCIATION Division One - Men Centrals/Uniting 4-31 d West Gambier 2-18 Singles: M. Heemskerk lost to E. Schultz 6-7; D. Moon d J. Wilkinson 6-2; L. Delaney d J. Dedonatis 6-1. Glencoe Maroon 4-29 d Reidy Park 2-18 Singles: D. Boyce lost to K. Edwards 1-6; T. Biggins d H. Hancock 6-1; K. THomson lost to L. McEvoy 4-6. Uniting Church 4-29 d Glencoe Gold 2-22 Singles: I. Hopes lost to D. Childs 3-6; M. Stark d J. Brohier 6-0; B. McInnes d A. Hughes 6-4. Division One - Women Mount Schank 3-27 d West Gambier 3-26 Singles: C. Waye d L. McIntyre 6-2; S. Boston d C. Bruhn 7-6; M. Lorrigan lost to B. Winterfield 2-6. Glencoe 4-29 d Uniting Church 2-22 Singles: S. Edwards lost to A. Dunn 2-6; L. Edwards d J. Delaney 6-3; A. Edwards d N. Delaney 6-3. Division Two West Gambier Blue v Suttontown Tigers (no details available); Glencoe Maroon 9-66 d Centrals 3-42; West Gambier Red v Reidy Park (no details available); Glencoe Gold 9-66 d Mount Schank 3-39 Division Three Suttontown Hawks 10-68 d Uniting Church 2-30; Moorak Green v Moorak Gold (no details available); Mil Lel 7-56 d West Gambier 5-57; Centrals 7-59 d Suttontown Crows 5-43 Mixed Doubles Mount Gambier White v Mount Gambier Green (no details available); Reidy Park v Centrals (no details avaulable); Mount Schank 4-32 d Mount Gambier Blue 2-23; Mil Lel 5-34 d Glencoe 1-22 Ladies Doubles Moorak v Allendale East (no details available); Uniting Church 5-34 d Glencoe 1-17; Reidy Park v West Gambier (no details available); Saints United 6-36 d Mil Lel 0-0
Above (top) - Under 14 trophy winners - A Grade player Tim McInerney presented the awards to Julian Simmonds (Most Consistent), Jack O’Connor (Runner Up), Jay Turner (Best & Fairest), Zach Clark (Leading Goal Kicker), Jamie Williamson (Coach’s Trophy), Brad Braithwaite (Most Improved) & coach Craig Turner |Above (centre) - Under 15 trophy winners - Will Thompson (Best & Fairest), coach Don Firth, Adam Prosperi-Porta (Runner Up), Henry Gould (Leading Goal Kicker), Elliott Fisher (Most Consistent), Riley Kenny (Coach’s Trophy), Ethan Norman (Best Team Man), Cale Dellow (Most Improved), coach Darryl Thompson and A Grade player Nick McInerney who presented the awards Above (bottom) - Under 17.5 trophy winners - Laurie Persello (Best Defender), Plu Htoo Mya (Best First Year Player), Toby DE Wit (Mot Consistent), Joel Williamson (Gus Martiensen Trophy for Best & Fairest), Charlie Fisher (Coach’s Trophy), Mitchell Harris (Coach’s Trophy), Jayden Moore (Runner Up), Hamish Thomson (Andrew Stafford Perpetual Trophy - Most Improved) and coaches Campbell Baker & Fraser Marshall
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LOCAL SPORT BASEBALLERS TOP THE STATE Last month, the Mount Gambier and District Baseball league entered three teams into the country championships in Adelaide. Building on a tradition of strong results at these championships, the Under 15 and 17 teams made the title decider, going down to Sunraysia in both grades. Josh Chuck was the Under 15 MVP for Mount Gambier, with Kane McMillan receiving he same honour at Under 17 level. The senior team (pictured right), made up of current and past players from the Mount Gambier & District Baseball League, went one better, taking out the title, also against Sunraysia, a team that has only lost one title decider against Mount Gambier in the past 12 years – that was in 2015. Dylan Chuck, who hadn’t pitched all weekend, started on the mound but unfortunately didn’t have his best game giving up all five of the defensive runs for the game and six hits. He was replaced by Alex Reppin in the second innings. Reppin continued to dismantle the Sunraysia side, much like he did when the side met a couple of days prior, only allowing a single hit and recording two strikeouts. Once again Wade Chant started Mount Gambier off with a lead off double as Kyall McClean moved him around and Dylan Ridding then batted Chant and McClean in on a single to centre field. Heading into the second inning it was a 2-2 ball game and was set up to be an arm wrestle. Chant managed a single to start the team off again while McClean was hit by the pitch, Ridding continued his hitting streak scoring McClean. Unfortunately, Sunraysia took a two run lead into the 3rd inning. Reppin kept Sunraysia scoreless in the third as Mount Gambier piled on three runs. It started off with a Bruce Morale walk, a single to left field by Reppin, a fielders choice play which allowed Ryan Broome on base and a monster double from Chant to score Morale and Broome to tie the game at 5-5. A wild pitch from Sunraysia allowed Chant to third but some outstanding and heads up base running pushed Chant to home which gave Mount Gambier a 6-5 lead. All Mount Gambier had left to do to claim the championship was hold Sunraysia scoreless. A ground ball to third base and a play from Broome seen the first out retired, the second out was one of Reppin’s two strike outs, a single to centre field gave Sunraysia hope but at full stretch and full pace a catch taken by Ridding at deep short stop seen Mount Gambier victorious. After an outstanding carnival Wade Chant was rewarded as Mount Gambier’s MVP and was also voted the MVP for the whole carnival. Chant was also selected in the team of the carnival alongside Bruce Morale and Gavin Smith. Coaches Sean Horrigan and Jesse Foster were also selected in the team of the year as Mount Gambier went through undefeated. DIVISION ONE MATCH REPORTS Round five of Division 1 baseball brought up a mixed result at the weekend. In the early game Tigers mercied Federal in the eighth inning. Batting first, Tigers scored four. Brayden Morton hit safely to rightfield and crossed the plate on Tyler Horrigan’s hit to centrefield. Alex Harkness had meanwhile found himself at first base on a wild throw from pitcher Wade Chant and subsequently scored on Jesse Foster’s hit for an out. Karl Ransom walked and scored on Dyllan Lane’s two bagger to leftfield. Federal replied with two after Alex Reppin got on board from a fielder’s choice followed by a single from Chant. Both of these runners scored on Matt DeNys’ double into leftfield before the inning was closed out. Tigers added two more in the top of the third when Tyler Horrigan drew a walk and scored along with Brodie Foster who drove the ball deep over the leftfield fence for a two run homer. The Demons came back with one more run in the even dig. Reppin picked a walk and scored on NeNys’s hit which forced a wild throw from Tigers shortstop Harkness. In the top of the fourth inning. Morton singled to shortstop and Harkness was hit by a pitched ball. Morton scored on Horrigan’s single to leftfield and Harkness crossed on Brodie Foster’s single to centre. Horrigan scored on Lane’s hit into an out at first base. Reppin replaced Chant on the mount for Federal but still the runs flowed for the Tigers. In the fifth Tigers added three more. Morton walked and Harkness was on board after a third strike passed ball which also saw Morton cross the home plate. Horrigan’s two bagger scored Harkness and he then went on to score from Brodie Foster’s single into leftfield before the side was put away. The Demons scored their final two runs of the game in the bottom of the fifth when Reppin picked a base on ball and Chant got to first on a fielder’s choice. They both scored on Travis Younghusband’s hit into rightfield. Tigers added to Federal’s misery as they added three more runs in the top of the eighth bringing into play the mercy rule. Jesse Foster got on board from an error by first baseman DeNys, Lane hit safely to right field, Morton doubled into centrefield scoring Foster and Harkness doubled to leftfield scoring both Morton and Lane giving Tigers the win sixteen runs to five after shutting down the Federal batters in the even dig. Tigers hit safely13 times to score15
RBIs and picked up four walks and one hit batter. Contrary to this they also picked up 14 strike outs. For Federal, they only had four safehits for four RBI’s, picked up six base on ball and just five strikeouts. Tigers made three fielding errors while Fedderal made four. In the late game, Central picked up their maiden win of the season when they overcame South Indians six runs to four. Batting first, South scored two. Leadoff batter Steve Isaccson walked and Dean Hamilton singled to leftfield. Isaccson scored on Bruce Morale’s single also into leftfield. Hamilton crossed the plate when Alex Lewis’s hit saw him out at first. Central tied the score in the bottom of the second when Brock Keding drew a walk from Indians pitcher Ryan Placucci as did Lauchie Tilley. They both crossed home plate after Daren Smith’s hit deep to leftfield. In the top of the fifth, Steve Isaccson was back on board after an error by the Magpies second baseman, Lachlan Ridding. Isaccson scored on Hamilton’s hit back to the pitcher for his demise. Central replied with one of their own when Dylan Chuck found himself at first after a wild throw from South shortstop Alex Lewis. Chuck crossed home plate from Tilley’s deep fly ball to second base. Two more runs were added to the Central box score in the bottom of the seventh. Kobbe Chant picked a walk off South pitcher Placucci while Keding doubled into leftfield soon after. Both runners crossed the plate at home on Tilley’s safehit to leftfield. A solitary run was added in the bottom of the eighth by the Magpies when Kyall McClean singled to leftfield, advanced to third when the ball went through that left fielder and scored on Nathan Meinck’s safehit back to the pitcher. South started a mini revival in the top of the ninth before they were shut down scoring just a single run. Steve Isaccson hit to centrefield landed safely, advanced to third base on Ben Nash’s safehit to leftfield and then scored on a passed ball. Central did not have to bat in the even dig winning the game six runs to four. Central had 10 safehits, six base on ball and one hit batter but picked up six strikeouts while South hit safely six times, two base on ball with seven strikeouts against their batters. FULL SCORECARDS ON OUR FACEBOOK PAGE.
BORDERLINE SEASON KICKS OFF THIS WEEKEND The Borderline Speedway revs into action this Saturday night with a program headlined by the 50th anniversary of sedan racing in Australia. The celebration meeting has seen 85 competitors nominate for the acti9on, which ranges from junior sedans, right through to the top of the range super sedans. And there will also be plenty of highlights with the running of the Mount Gambier round of the MJS Street Stock Series that has attracted 35 cars, with some local hopes in the thick of the action including Anthony Beare and Mark Jennings. “It is going to be a great way to start the season off,” Borderline Speedway president Cary Jennings said. November 24 will see that momentum continue, with the running of the South Australian Super Sedan Title, which was cancelled in March this year, with Penola’s Dave Gartner a strong chance. That program will also see the SRA Sprintcar Series and should be another great night of racing. The World Series Sprintcars round out the year and then of course there’s the King’s Challenge and Easter Sprintcar Trail as the highlights for the remainder of the season. “The track looks fantastic and again the effort of our volunteers, headed by Bill Barrows, to head out there and make sure everything is ready to go is the reason the Borderline continues to attract strong fields and quality events,” Jennings said. For more details on any of the Borderline Speedway events, head to their website or find them on facebook.
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