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HALL OF FAME HONOUR FOR LOCAL TRUCKING ICON

Milton Turnbull started his love affair with trucks as a 17 year old and 50 years later he is still an integral part of the local transport industry so it comes as no surprise to those who know him best that he was recently inducted into the National Road Transport Hall of Fame. The honour, which Milton only found out about a fortnight ago, came as a shock to the long time driver and instructor, but he knew exactly whom to give the credit. “I couldn’t have any of this without Liz’s (wife) support,” Milton said. “It takes a certain type of partner to put up with the hours of loneliness, raising the

kids on her own and I can’t speak highly enough of her.” And the kids, and, now , grandkids, were also on hand in Alice Springs for the presentation, making the Hall of Fame celebrations all the more special. “It really was great to have everyone there, we had a really great weekend,” Milton said. He started out in spare parts as a 17 year old and a year later he realised he was destined for a life on the road when he started driving for his father Ken’s business – Turnbull Charter Coaches. Then came the contracts carting Schweppes and then particle board and

the driving was in his blood. And he was certainly part of the trucking community and was one of the 3000 trucks in 1979 that were part of the Nationwide Truck Blockade on the Hume Highway – the industry’s largest ever protest. Milton purchased his own truck, a Scandia 141, and set up ML and EA Turnbull with wife Liz, continuing interstate runs, mainly of particle board, backloading with pet food from Uncle Ben’s. There was plenty of general freight as well with steel, vehicles, machinery, bricks, fuel, oil and paper and on one

memorable occasion Dick Johnson’s Ture Blue Number 17. “I still am and always was a Ford man,” Milton said. A Ford man when it comes to cars and a Scania man when it comes to trucks, purchasing a 142M in 1993 and also adding a trailer to become a B-Double operator in 2000. Milton turned to driver training in 2003 but before that he was as hands on as any owner/operator in the business, doing all of his vehicle maintenance. “I always loved tinkering and I think I enjoyed that as much as the driving,”

he said. D river training has also become a passion and Milton is South Australia’s most qualified and diversified truck driver trainer and assessor. Milton trains drivers in cars, MR, HR, HC and MC, as well as defensive driver training and TILE courses. Milton is looking at winding back but will certainly be developing the next generation of drivers for the time being, plying his trade with LITA. Above - Left - Milton Turnbull with his grandchildren - Marli Wilson, Mitchell & Riley Chapman. Above (right) - Children Stacy Chapman, Brad Turnbull & Michelle Wilson with thier Hall of Fame dad Milton Turnbull and mother Liz Turnbull. Above (inset) - Milton Turnbull admires his place in the Hall of Fame.

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DYNAMIC DUO BRING A NEW STORY TO THE STAGE They’ve been at it again – Grant High School teachers Mike Bakker and Scott Maxwell have created another original school musical and the students are in the throes of the final weeks of rehearsals with the premiere of Shifting Sands set down for the end of this month. The school musical is also now part of the curriculum through a newly developed course, also the brainchild of the innovative duo. Spectrum was the 2017 musical created by Mike and Scott after their connection to cycling saw them take the imagery from bike lights weaving through the dark on their late night rides and created a piece of live theatre. Mike has been in musicals at Grant High School, where musicals have long been a proud school tradition, for almost 30 years, starting with South Pacific in 1992, but writing productions tailor made for students, rather than reprising well known productions, has become a passion project. Shifting Sands has also evolved out of another shared passion for the two popular teachers – the ocean. “We both have a strong connection to the ocean,” Mike said. “We love surfing and paddle boarding and we are both concerned about coastal development, sticking huge buildings where they shouldn’t be and locking sections of the coastline off to only those who can afford to stay in these exclusive zones. The beach should be for everybody.”

Add to those concerns, the issue of polluting the ocean and the musical has taken shape with the usual comedic flair of Mike and Scott but also with some key messages interwoven as it centres on a small coastal town fighting an unscrupulous developer. Even more so than with Spectrum, this is a student driven project, with on and off stage personnel, from the band, to the lighting, from the performers to the set construction to everything in between being tackled by Grant High School kids. So when you take into account the performing arts students, graphic design students and home economics student there are around 60 students with their fingerprints on the 2019 school musical. Visual arts teacher Leah Fox has been integral in the design work for

each of the original musicals, from the student hoodies, programs, tickets and everything in between, the third time she has been the mastermind of the publicity material for a school musical. Shifting Sands is very much a work in progress, with the students having a huge say in developing the characters with changes always happening to the script. Students have been involved in three, 80 minute rehearsals with that ramping up this month as the performance dates fast approach with Sundays added to the rehearsal schedule, with a full day rehearsal kicking that off at the weekend to really put the finishing touches to Shifting Sands ahead of the September 26 and 27 performances. Mike admits, he and Scott have a knack of making more work for

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SHIFTING SANDS SYNOPSIS Shifting Sands is a small coastal town ….peaceful, idyllic natural surroundings with a caravan park and fish and chip shop nestled in some scrub at the foot of the cliff. All this is under threat through the actions of an unscrupulous Developer, LAWRENCE “LARRY” HAGFISH, who is setting up a business deal with the equally corrupt Mayor, IVY LARKSPUR. Together they plan to build a hotel and marina complex on top of the local surf break, fish and chip shop and caravan park. … Meanwhile, a local surfer, GARY “GONZO” VELOCE, too lazy to work or attend school, is challenged by his girlfriend, TRUDY, to “get his life together”. He decides to get two jobs so he only needs to work for half the time…or so he thinks. He ends up working for both the Mayor and Developer with chaotic consequences….Again unemployed, GONZO is knocked unconscious on the beach by flying debris during a storm. In his dreams, he is told by JELLY FISH, a mythical giant jelly fish, that he is “the chosen one” to stop the hotel development. The local “gun surfer”, AMELIA is a caravan park resident. She meets SIMON, the son of the mayor and the two strike up a friendship and fall in love. This causes problems for the Mayor who detests the caravan park permanent residents, especially AMELIA… The local surf crew, with seemingly little planning, are led by GONZO to thwart the Developer’s plans by causing him to miss an important meeting with the overseas investors. A second great storm brings to shore the GREAT PLASTIC SEA MONSTER who, exhausted, needs to sit down, and in doing so crushes the Mayor and Developer flat into two dimensional images of their former selves. The GREAT PLASTIC SEA MONSTER, at the request of the KRAKEN SISTERS, is dismantled and recycled by the local kids, and Shifting Sands is saved from the developer’s bulldozers.


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From opp. page WHAT THE STUDENTS HAD TO SAY: GAJAAN FROST (Larry Hagfish) This is the second time talented vocalist Gajaan Frost (pictured above) has been part of the Grant High School musical. The 17 year old performed in Spectrum, the school’s last offering in 2017 and the Year 11 student is loving taking the next step with a lead role in the upcoming Shifting Sands. “I just love being involved in a raw production where we, as students, are involved in the creative process, and you just want to put your best foot forward. The challenge for me has been to find the character – how he is going to speak, how he is going to behave, how he feels – and once I have nailed that, I think things will get easier. It is definitely a work in progress as I find the character. I definitely feel more comfortable this time round, giving my opinion on how things should work, especially as I am working with a lot of the same kids. Mr Bakker and Mr Maxwell have created this amazing story and we just want to do our absolute best to bring it to life.” KELLIE WALLACE (Amelia) Kellie Wallace is also entering into her second time as part of a rant High School musical, having been a dancer in Spectrum two years ago. The 15 year old, Year 10 student found a voice she didn’t know she had and is looking forward to her latest challenge of being part of the main cast. “My plan was to be part of the dancing again but I now I am playing Amelia. I love that the musicals are original and no one has any expectations about how you should be playing your character because the character is new to them as well. We can make our characters whatever we want them to be. It is just so much fun to be involved in the school musical although at the moment, the performance feels very far away yet it really isn’t. I love that we are part of putting together the final product. We have already changed the script so many times.” JIMMY WALLACE (Gonzo) Usually happy to hide behind his drum kit, Year 11 student Jimmy Wallace is really stepping outside his comfort zone in his first musical - taking on one of the ensemble leads in Shifting Sands.

The 16 year old does have significant performing experience, playing drums for his parents Christy and Jason Wallace but being front and centre is set to be a new experience. “I kind of wanted to do the last musical but I never got around to auditioning. I feel like I got this role by accident, it wasn’t really what I was expecting. I originally was going to play drums but there is a couple of us that can do that so I ended up auditioning. Performing with mum and dad has certainly helped my confidence grow so I guess I am ready to step out from behind the drums. I just love hanging out with my friends and making new friends. I have enjoyed getting pushed by the teachers to make my character bigger.” BREANNA JONES (Ivy Larkspur) Year 9 student Breanna Jones (pictured above centre) might be in her first

Grant High School musical but she was certainly well aware of the school’s reputation when it comes to stage productions. The 15 year old didn’t expect much from auditions as she is only a Year 9 student but the teachers have identified her talent and she has been thrown into a lead role. “I had mentally prepared myself going into auditions that at best I might get into the ensemble which would have been great but then I got Ivy. The chance to be a part of this, to do something I’ve always wanted to do is amazing. Going to musical rehearsals is the best part of my day.” Above - Jennieva Burn, Emily Ackland & Maddy Nisbet run through some scenes from Shifting Sands.

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BRAND NEW AND PERFECT $429,000 Brand new home with view’s of the golf course, will give the new owners the feeling of freedom and enjoyment. Ideal for the busy family, retiree or professional couple. Stunning main bedroom, walk in robe and ensuite. Open All Weekend by Appointment

PRICED TO SELL/ INSPECTION INVITED $229,950 Ready for inspection anytime is this immaculate 3 bedroom home. A great workshop off the house, ideal for handy man, 2nd living area. Upgraded kitchen with modern appliances plus dishwasher, with heaps of cupboards. Open All Weekend by Appointment

SPACIOUS FAMILY HOME $339,000 Ideal for the larger family with 4 bedrooms and office 3 living areas plus 2 bathrooms. Located in a quite cul-desac with parklands and playgrounds only a stones throw away. Brick home in good condition inside and out. Open All Weekend by Appointment

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1/6 HARTLEY STREET MT GAMBIER 2 BED I 1 BATH I 1 CAR

7 MOSSWOOD COURT MT GAMBIER 3 BED I 1 BATH I 1 CAR

5 EMERALD DRIVE MT GAMBIER 4 BED I 2 BATH I 2 CAR

87 MILSTEAD STREET PT MACDONNELL 3 BED I 1 BATH I 2 CAR

$169,000 FIRST HOME OR INVEST Perfect unit living in quiet cul de sac, open plan living upgraded kitchen and wet areas, 2 bedrooms, split system air-con. Private yard with undercover parking. Good condition inside and out. Ideal for the investor or first home buyer. Open All Weekend by Appointment

IDEAL INVESTMENT OR FIRST HOME $226,000 Situated in a quite cul-de-sac in the popular conroe heights. 2 living areas, classy kitchen, 2 way bathroom, and 3 bedrooms 2 with built in robes, gas heating, covered patio area, easy care garden, garage UMR with rear yard access. Open All Weekend by Appointment

DREAM, HOME AND LAND PACKAGE $429,500 Enjoy picking your colours, fixtures and fittings and save thousands on stamp duty. Just walk in and relax in this to be built luxury home. Located on a level elevated allotment, with veiws over parklands. Designed for easy living and low maintenance. High ceilings.

PERFECT HOLIDAY HOME $235,000 Make life easy with this fantastic holiday home, located metres from the sea, cafes and parks. Up stairs 3 bedrooms sleeping for 10, with decking area and sea views. Downstairs, kitchen meals family area. Open All Weekend by Appointment

5 OAKLAND COURT MT GAMBIER 4 BED I 2 BATH I 5CAR

17 BALAMBOOL AVENUE MT GAMBIER 3 BED I 2 BATH I 2 CAR

$349,500 TO $359,500 PERFECT FAMILY HOME This home ticks all the boxes, quite cul-de sac, brick and tile, 3 living areas, 2 bathrooms, room for 5 cars a caravan or boat, plus modern open living. A beautiful renovation opening the kitchen meals family area, find a classy kitchen with modern appliances and soft close doors.

This home ticks all the boxes. Spacious bedrooms, main with walk in robe and en-suite, large timber kitchen modern appliances, lounge dining area, family room, kitchen meals area, covered patio, gas ducted heating plus split system air-conditioning, doue garage umr with inside access, 11 panel solar system, perfect condition inside and out.

EASY LIFESTYLE HOME $389,000 Check out this beautifully presented easy-care executive home. Ideal for the family or baby boomer, looking for easy living but still having enough room for the caravan and family to visit. The home features the best of open living and entertaining. Stunning kitchen.

12 KEEGAN STREET MT GAMBIER

CRAFTER ROAD COMPTON

10 GWENDOLINE STREET MT GAMBIER 10 BED I 7 BATH I 8 CAR

$330,000 DEVELOPERS OR INVESTORS DREAM Rare large piece of land in mt gambiers city central. Ideal for the developer or home owner, walking distance to shops and cafés. Six community titles have already been created, and building plans available. Easy no fuss development opportunity.

6 lifestyle allotments for you to choose from. Measuring in size from 3,734 sq/m to 4,954 sq/m, ideally located only a few hundred metres from mount gambier basket ball stadium, suitable easy building allotments including fencing, character timber entrances and mountain views. Power and water serviced. Build your dream home with room to move.

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2 MARINER COURT MT GAMBIER 3 BED I 2 BATH I 4 CAR

$299,950

EXCITING NEW DEVELOPMENT

$159,000 EACH

UNIT 2C CLEZY CRESCENT MT GAMBIER 3 BED I 1 BATH I 1 CAR

6 TENISON DRIVE MT GAMBIER 4 BED I 2 BATH I 10 CAR

9 WATTLE STREET MT GAMBIER

LIKE NEW, GREAT LOCATION $247,500 Ideal for the retiree, couple, single or b&b. Perfect location close to shops. Like new condition this home has 3 bedrooms 2 with built in robes, open kitchen meals living area. Modern kitchen. Community title, gas heating. Lovely wet areas, quality fittings.

THE BEST ADDRESS OFFFERS INVITED Make family life a breeze with perfect family home located in the popular tenison drive, having the southeasts premier private school at your back door step. Set on approximate 2 acres of parklike gardens featuring tennis court, approx. 85 litres of rain water.

Modern, well designed commercial property. Ideal property to start or grow your business. Equipped with offices, conference and show rooms amenities. 2 street frontage 1081 sq/m allotment approximately 600 sq/m building and 280 sq/m upstairs. Inspection will impress.

MULTI PURPOSE COMMERCIAL PROPERTY $695,000 PLUS GST

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

ATTENTION BABY BOOMERS $895,000 Imagine living in a beautiful turn of the century vila, fully renovated 3 bedroom residence with all the ornate features of yesteryear and the also having a secure income to cater for all your retirement needs. An income that looks after itself so you can spend the winter abroad. BUILDING ALLOTMENTS FOR SALE BUILD YOUR DREAM HOME RANGE OF SIZES AND PRICES TO MEET ANY BUDGET HOME AND LAND PACKAGES AVAILABLE LOT 156 WIRELESS ROAD WEST SOLD $99,500 LOT 157 WIRELESS ROAD WEST 6 SINCLAIR STREET $55,000 33A DOUGHTY STREET $120,000 31 JOHN POWELL DRIVE $135,000 22A HEDLEY ST $149,000 LOT 55 BENGALEE CRES $115,000 LOT 57 BENGALEE CRES $115,000 LOT 58 BENGALEE CRES $115,000 LOT 50 BENGALEE CRES $120,000 LOT 52 BENGALEE CRES $130,000 LOT 53 BENGALEE CRES $135,000 LOT 54 BENGALEE CRES $120,000 LOT 85 BENGALEE CRES $135,000 LOT 86 BENGALEE CRES $128,000 LOT 87 BENGALEE CRES $128,000 LOT 88 BENGALEE CRES $128,000

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YAHL IRRIGATED MIXED FARMING OPPORTUNITY • 85 acres of highly productive heavy sandy loams • 65 acres under centre pivot irrigation • Valley Electric centre pivot – 5 spans • Irrigation licence totalling 257,965kL • Located in the Glenburnie management area • Power is connected to the property • Corner allotment with excellent road access • Located only 8km from Mt Gambier

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Property Sales & Home Staging A: 32 Bay Road Mount Gambier P: 08 8723 3416 www.key2sale.com.au

Gail Richards SALES M: 0409 268 199

RLA 282 450

48 Glynn Drive, Nene Valley

Al Lamond SALES M: 0418 849 266

Sara O'Connor SALES M: 0438 708 281

Abby Hepburn SALES M: 0419 673 350

NEW PRICE 20 COBBLESTONE CRT, MT GAMBIER $475,000-$495,000

Sharne Evans CLIENT SERVICES P: 08 8723 3416

33 LAKE TCE WEST, MT GAMBIER

Tegan Pink ADMINISTRATION P: 08 8723 3416

REDUCED $369,000

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SATURDAY 9.00-9.30 - Perfectly designed & positioned on an elevated block with beautiful landscaped gardens - Huge living area that curves right around to the front door providing formal & informal areas to relax & unwind - Stunning 2 pak kitchen with granite benchtops, quality stainless steel appliances & loads of cupboard space - In conjunction with Gebhardts

- City lights and Blue Lake beauty with a living area with views that rival the best - Roomy bedrooms, a charming bathroom, study or fourth bedroom and a kitchen that’s quaint and cute - Extras include slow combustion wood fire, r/c air conditioning, French doors, huge 3 bay shed and front and rear property access

Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

NEW PRICE 15 ILLAWONG DR, MT GAMBIER

NEW RELEASE > THE BEST OF BEACHSIDE LIVING

Architecturally designed coastal residence, offering the best in seaside luxury with ocean views and excellent shedding. Start or finish your day with a walk along the beach, swim, fish or surf – the coastal lifestyle is right at your front door. Offering four large bedrooms, including upstairs Master suite with spacious retreat, private balcony, sea views, walk in robe, and luxurious ensuite - exuding a day spa feel. Huge open plan living space, incorporating kitchen with walk in pantry, stainless steel gas oven, double drawer dishwasher and breakfast bar, plus an additional lounge area. A dedicated study plus linen closet, downstairs bathroom & laundry, underfloor heating, high ceilings with feature bulk heads and a bright beach themed interior create a welcoming and relaxed atmosphere. Outside summer nights will be spent enjoying the sea breezes under the paved, entertaining area whilst sharing a story or two about the days fishing adventures. Two driveways, huge 3 bay high clearance colorbond garage with power and concrete floor, plus rain and bore water complete this stunning property. The very best in beachside living awaits you...

$549,000 Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199 or Al Lamond 0418 849 266 73 LAKE TCE EAST, MT GAMBIER

$189,000

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NEW PRICE 25 LAKE TCE EAST, MT GAMBIER

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NEW 100A COMMERCIAL ST EAST, MT GAMBIER $310,000-$329,000

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- Appealing brick & tile 3 bedroom home with huge shedding - All bedrooms have new carpets and the master contains floor to ceiling robes - Offering a separate carpeted lounge room with split system a/c plus kitchen/dining area with gas cooking, dishwasher and timber flooring - Renovated bathroom with new shower and modern tiles

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NEW PRICE 37 STARLINE PL, MT GAMBIER

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All the hard work is done - move in ready family home Two living areas included wood heated open plan living area Gas ducted heating plus r/c split system air conditioning Huge paved pergola area plus two under cover garage spaces with remote entry doors - Freshly painted interior, new LED down lights & ceiling fans, watering system, lock up garden shed and edged garden beds 4

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NEW 46 LAKE TCE EAST, MT GAMBIER$395,000-$415,000

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- If location is important to you, then this beauty should be high on your list! - Solid stone family home containing 3 carpeted bedrooms, all with built-in robes - Separate lounge with timber floors plus separate dining room with brand new tiled flooring - Light and bright kitchen/family room also with brand new tiled floor in the kitchen area

- Solid brick & tile 3 bedroom home, offering an ideal investment opportunity - Featuring BIRs in all bedrooms, large lounge with gas heating and open plan kitchen/dining with electric cooking & r/c a/c - Outside features include low maintenance gardens, pop up sprinklers, rear yard access to enclosed yard and remote single car garage UMR with internal access

- Light filled three bedroom stone home with added bonus of an additional two bedroom, detached stone cottage with separate driveway access all on one title - Perfect for extended families, Air BnB, work from home or live in one and rent the other – the possibilities are endless! - THE HOME - Three large bedrooms, sunny North facing lounge room, large kitchen/ dining, laundry with additional shower & toilet and double garage UMR with remote entry - THE COTTAGE - Lovely open plan living area, r/c split system air conditioning, two bedrooms, and bathroom - Framed by attractive gardens with a private back yard the property is a rare offering in a sought after location

Contact Sara O’Connor 0438 708 281

Contact Al 0418 849 266 or Sara 0438 708 281

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NEW PRICE 20 HAYES CRES, MT GAMBIER $169,000 BACK ON MARKET

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- Attention first home buyers and downsizers - 3 bedroom stone home offering 2 living areas - Freshly painted exterior with beautifully presented low maintenance gardens - Polished timber floors, updated electrics - Add your own finishing touches to make it truly your own

NEW 87 CROUCH ST NORTH, MT GAMBIER $279,000-$299,000

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- Boasting 3 spacious bedrooms plus office, master suite with spacious ensuite & walk-in robe - Open plan kitchen/dining/entertaining zone with high ceilings flowing through to the North facing balcony - The modern kitchen features two large pantry cupboards, electric amenities and stainless steel dishwasher - A few extra features include double glazed windows, instant gas h/w, r/c a/c, laundry chute, secure entry through intercom system - If you’re looking for an investment, this property has recently been appraised to rent for up to $440 per week

GREAT INVESTMENT PROPERTY OR 1ST HOME - Updated 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home, ready for the first home buyer or investor - Features include main bedroom with WI robe & en-suite, bedrooms 2 & 3 with BIR’s, galley kitchen with WI pantry, 2 living areas, r/c air conditioning, plus low maintenance flooring throughout

- Neat & tidy 3 bedroom home located on the northern side of the city - Inside offers lounge with r/c air conditioner, kitchen /dining with gas cooking, 3 bedrooms, bathroom with separate shower & bath, plus separate laundry & toilet - Outside offers a huge elevated deck, securely fenced rear yard, under house storage and rear yard access

- Beautifully renovated and centrally located - 3 bedroom unit located at the rear of the complex - Open plan living area including practical kitchen with gas cooking & dishwasher - R/C air conditioning and gas heating, fenced rear courtyard garden. - Currently tenanted at $300 per week with excellent tenant - All furniture included in sale

Contact Sara O’Connor 0438 708 281

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Call Al Lamond 0418 849 266

Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

NEW 3A COOLABAH ST, MT GAMBIER

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SATURDAY 12.00-12.30 - Fantastic low maintenance townhouse in a great location - Featuring 3 bedrooms all with BIR’s, 2 way bathroom with separate powder area & toilet, spacious open plan kitchen/dining/lounge, offering gas/electric cooking, dishwasher & r/c air conditioning - Extras include 2 glass sliding doors with direct access to 2 separate low maintenance private courtyards, plus a single car garage UMR with remote & internal access - The property also features being on its own title Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266 3 1 1

NEW 6 GRANEY CT, MT GAMBIER

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NEW 16 MEREDITH ST, NELSON Expressions of Interest

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- Immaculate and appealing three bedroom brick and colorbond home located in a quiet cul-de-sac - 3 bedrooms all with BIR’s and main with two way bathroom access - Two living areas including formal lounge & light filled open plan family space - Double car garage UMR plus additional single colorbond garage with power & concrete floor & extra off street parking for three vehicles - Gas ducted heating, s/c wood fire and r/c split system air conditioning • Close to Marketplace Shopping Complex and Mount Gambier Hospital • Perfect home for investors, downsizers and those looking for a low maintenance and easy to maintain property

- Hamptons inspired 3 bedroom home, main with ensuite & WIR - Open plan living with r/c split system air conditioning & gas log heating. - Stylish kitchen featuring electric cooktop, dual oven, soft closing drawers, butlers pantry offering extra preparation space • Main bathroom with luxuriously deep bath and separate shower and modern fittings • Double garage with r/c door and internal access

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Property Sales & Home Staging A: 32 Bay Road Mount Gambier P: 08 8723 3416 www.key2sale.com.au

Gail Richards SALES M: 0409 268 199

RLA 282 450

NEW PRICE 5 ORCHARD RD, MOORAK 2.5 ACRES

$439,000

NEW 3 FLORENCE ST, MOORAK

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NEW 29600 PRINCES HWY, GLENBURNIE 13.68 ACRES

Sharne Evans CLIENT SERVICES P: 08 8723 3416

Tegan Pink ADMINISTRATION P: 08 8723 3416

NEW 7 ALBATROSS TCE, WORROLONG

$519,000

SUNDAY 1.15-1.45

- Beautifully presented 4 bedroom family home - Fabulous master bedroom with WIR & ensuite with access to the private pergola - Three remaining bedrooms are all of good size - 2 with built-in robes - 3 living areas are framed around the centrally located kitchen - Spacious pergola area with access into the kitchen/family room - Perfectly positioned on the southern fringe of the Blue Lake - Exceptional opportunity for a family looking for plenty of space in a private setting Contact Sara 0438 708 281 or Gail 0409 268 199 4 2 2

NEW 2 COMAUM AVE, MT GAMBIER

$599,000

Sara O'Connor SALES M: 0438 708 281

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- Charming country lifestyle property 5 minutes’ drive from the CBD - Located on 2.5 acres in the sought after Moorak district - Country kitchen with WI pantry, formal lounge and family room - Huge outdoor entertaining area with sweeping southerly views - Large detached games room with extra toilet and double carport Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

$385,000

Al Lamond SALES M: 0418 849 266

$259,000

HIGHEST & BEST OFFERS CLOSING 12PM MONDAY 16TH SEPTEMBER 2019 (If not sold prior) - Spacious brick and colorbond family home situated on 13.68 acres just minutes from the city - Offering 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and & three living areas - Large pergola, double carport UMR with internal access, huge 12m x 9m shed with 3.3m clearance, perfect for the boat or caravan

- Boasting 5 large bedrooms (or 4 plus office), master suite with spacious ensuite & walk-in robe, 3 of the remaining bedrooms contain BIR’s - The heart of the home, the kitchen, also overlooks the dining and family areas and provides plenty of space for large family gatherings - Offering three spacious living areas, the formal lounge room is an added bonus and provides a separate living area - The double car garage provides internal access to the home and the large 2 bay colorbond shed completes the family package

Contact Gail 0409 268 199 or Al 0418 849 266 4

Contact Sara O’Connor 0438 708 281

60 WEHL ST SOUTH, MT GAMBIER

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- This wonderful property offers space and style, providing family living at its best - Featuring 3 bedrooms, including master bedroom & BR 2 with built in robes - Spacious games room at the rear of the home could also double as a 4th bedroom if desired - Centrally positioned renovated bathroom with separate shower and freestanding bath

- Renovated brick & tile home located close to McDonald Park & St Martins Schools - Offering 3 bedrooms (all with built-in robes) plus rumpus room or 4th bedroom - As new galley kitchen, featuring quality appliances with freestanding oven & dishwasher - Additional extras include new flooring, roller shutters, r/c air con and s/c wood heating • Excellent shedding with single garage UMR and large carport

- Located within easy walking distance of the CBD & the Rail Lands - Offering master bedroom with WIR & ensuite, spacious lounge with gas heating, updated dine-in kitchen with WI pantry & electric cooking - Currently tenanted at $290 per week until December 2019

- The epitome of family living at one of Mount Gambier's finest addresses - Approximately 70 squares in size, the home provides a large family space and a relaxing sanctuary to come home to - Four bedrooms under the main roof including luxurious master suite plus detached studio with bathroom and WIR - Superbly renovated kitchen plus formal lounge and theatre rooms

Contact Sara O’Connor 0438 708 281

Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

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UNIT 1 & 2/18 LEE CRT, MT GAMBIER $349,000-$369,000each

- Two fantastic 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom, two living area, double garage , executive units, positioned in close proximity to Market Place Shopping Centre, TAFE & Mount Gambier Hospital - Perfect investment properties or low maintenance lifestyle propositions - Unit 1 – Currently operating as an Air BnB offered fully furnished with excellent figures - Unit 2 – Currently owner occupied with lots of quality extras Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199 3 2 2

45 WILLOW AVE, MT GAMBIER

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- Located in Mount Gambier’s prestigious Bay Road precinct - Delightful stone home on an easy to maintain 1013m2 allotment - Offering three bedrooms, master with BIRs, plus study or fourth bedroom - Top location for B&B or to live the latte lifestyle - You will be hard pressed to find a home on Bay Road with this price tag!

- Situated in one of Mount Gambier's key residential addresses - 3 bedrooms plus office & three separate living areas - Impressive 2 pak kitchen with distinctive glass splashback, corner pantry and granite benchtops - Large entertainer's pergola with chiminea and zip track blinds plus second alfresco entertaining area - New ducted gas heating plus split system air conditioning 2

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NEW PRICE 48 BAY RD, MT GAMBIER $435,000-$449,000

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- Architecturally designed brick & tile family home, positioned on a corner allotment with low maintenance gardens - Offering 3 bedrooms all with BIR’s, kitchen with dishwasher, gas cook top & electric oven, separate formal dining and central lounge - Extra features include 2 split air conditioners and gas log fire - Outside offers an undercover entertaining area, s/car carport and s/car garage UMR with remote door & internal access

$799,000

Truly amazing entertainers paradise Tennis court, pool, alfresco lounge and kitchen poolside 5 bright, airy and spacious living areas 5 well equipped roomy bedrooms Huge shed and carport, ducted heating and cooling, solar system and rainwater tanks

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Perfectly positioned on a picturesque tree lined street Boasting 3 spacious bedrooms, main with BIR’s plus large lounge Easy to maintain luscious lawns with appealing garden Independent rental appraisal of up to $260 per week Extras include recently replaced iron roof & new hot water system and air conditioning 3

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21 HILLTOP AVE, MT GAMBIER

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- Perfectly designed and positioned on an elevated block to take in the wonderful southerly views. - A spacious and light filled living area providing formal and informal areas to relax and unwind. - The kitchen offers Induction cooktop, electric wall oven, dishwasher and large walk-in pantry - A separate office will provide the perfect space to work without distraction Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266 5 2 2

1-3/3 RYAN AVE, MT GAMBIER

$329,000-$349,000

- Fantastic group of solid brick strata units - Roomy and spacious complex offering 1 x 3 bedroom and 2 x 2 bedroom units all with secure leases showing excellent returns - All with open plan living areas, electric cooking and bathrooms with shower & bath - Unit 1 - Leased at $150 per week periodically - Unit 2 – Leased at $155 per week periodically - Unit 3 – Leased at $175 per week until the 17th of July 2020 Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199 7 3

8/101 JUBILEE HWY EAST, MT GAMBIER

$125,000

INVESTOR ALERT! - Solid built brick and tile unit situated within walking distance of Woolworths and major shopping & dining precincts - Lounge with brand new split system, spacious kitchen/dining area with electric cooking, main bedroom with BIR, bathroom with shower & bath - Brand new day/night blinds on the western windows Contact Sara 0438 708 281 or Abby 0419 673 350 2 1 1

6 SUNNYSIDE DRV, MT GAMBIER

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- Spacious family home positioned in the popular lakes precinct - Offering 3 bedrooms and spacious bathroom with spa bath, shower & vanity plus separate toilet and laundry - Beautifully appointed kitchen / dining area, lounge, study or fourth bedroom and huge games room with r/c split system - Outside offers semi enclosed pergola area plus huge enclosed outdoor room plus minimal backyard maintenance with artificial turf and a lovely northerly outlook 4 1 Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

12/69 BAY RD, MT GAMBIER

$176,000

- Located at the rear of the complex is this well maintained 2 bedroom unit - Inside offers 2 bedrooms, both with BIR’s, separate living area and kitchen with electric cooking & breakfast bar - A single carport provides undercover parking for one vehicle - A privately fenced rear courtyard and store room complete the unit Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

298 RUWOLDT RD, YAHL

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- Situated on 3 glorious acres within minutes from Mount Gambier - Offering huge Blackwood kitchen, formal dining, roomy lounge plus family room - Master suite offers luxurious ensuite with his/her basins, underfloor heating, and walk in wardrobe - An entertainers dream home with an unrivalled alfresco area of massive dimensions Contact Gail 0409 268 199 or Al 0418 849 266 4

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Collins Drive, Mount Gambier

ALLOTMENTS

MOUNT GAMBIER'S PREMIER RESIDENTIAL SUBDIVISION • Exciting new subdivision located just minutes from the city centre • Allotment sizes ranging from 1,195m2 to 2,263m2 • Services include power, water & sewer • Construction underway connecting the Estate to the popular rail lands walking trail • Side & rear colorbond fencing included • Limited allotments released - Be quick • Titles expected September 2019 • Subdivision measurements and price list available from the selling agents

PRICE:

STARTING FROM $120,000

MALCOLM LEWIS 0411 899 693 Suite 2/14 Helen Street, Mount Gambier SA 5290

www.gebhardts.com.au | Ph 08 8725 5766

RLA 1903

9 Bay Road, Mount Gambier RLA 62833

Brett Exelby 0458 548 756


Suite 2/14 Helen Street, Mount Gambier SA 5290

www.gebhardts.com.au Ph 08 8725 5766 4 Glenmont Crescent

48 Jubilee Hwy West

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$172,000

Cute and charming bungalow style home located right in the heart of the town. Four bedrooms, formal lounge, OPEN updated bathroom, SAT second living space or 9.00 - 9.30 formal dining room.

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$279,500

Absolute quality inside & out. Offering a low maintenance lifestyle and big on entertaining. Fantastic location opposite OPEN parklands. Potential for additional parking for SAT the toys. Expect to be 9.00 - 9.30 impressed.

NEW

4 Victor Street

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$319,000

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$220,000 to $230,000

Popular torrens title home, solid construction and immaculate presentation. Cul-desac location and only minutes to the city OPEN centre. Absolute quality - Vendors keen to sell! SAT In conjunction with 9.00 - 9.30 Key2sale.

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$319,500

$359,000

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$529,000

The ultimate entertainer – A quality home & BIG on space. Boasting three generous living areas, gourmet kitchen, huge outdoor entertaining & low maintenance self cleaning pool. Perfectly located for elevated sweeping views, no stone has been left unturned.

Fantastic acreage allotment measuring 5,000m2 (approx) electricity and water both connected plus post & wire fencing. Well positioned south of the city.

UNITS\HOUSES

RENTALS

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Situated in a sought after location, this delightful home offers a lifestyle of being within walking distance of the city centre. As you enter the home OPEN you will feel the warmth SAT and style – this beauty is 9.45 - 10.15 waiting for you!

46 Harrald Street

$338,000

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$296,500

An exceptional and affordable family home, superbly positioned on a north facing 1285m2 (approx.) corner allotment overlooking the Rail trail walking and cycling path, a short stroll to the OPEN City centre, bring the Van - an abundance of SAT shedding is also on offer – 11.15 - 11.45 inspect ASAP!

P.O.A. GRAND CENTRAL MOTEL – FREEHOLD ONLY

Rare investment opportunity. Well maintained Motel consisting of 23 units & a private residence. In the heart of the city, long secure lease & strong return, large land size, zoned CCE (city

18 Kookaburra Court

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101 Kingsley Road, Allendale East

REDUCED

$375,000

Live the high life in this elevated stylish property with gorgeous views. If size matters then this big beautiful home will tick all the boxes. Fantastic shedding/storage on offer. Inspect now!

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$319,500

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‘UNDER INSTRUCTIONS FROM AUSTRALIAN EXECUTOR TRUTEES LIMITED’ Perfectly located in the popular Birdsville area and sited on a generous 900m2 (approx.) allotment, this immaculate home will impress the fussiest buyer, local shopping, schools and reserves a short stroll away. Exceptional!

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$329,000-$349,000

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!

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

10 Cardinia Street

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Avail 27/09/19 $190 per week

12 Hanson Street

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Avail Now $210 per week

45B Sassanowsky Road

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Avail Now $200 per week

2/4 Hartley Street

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Avail 4/10/19 $370 per week NEW

45 Sassanowsky Rd, Suttontown 3

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11/89 Shepherdson Road

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6 Helen Street

18 Cobblestone Court

$159,500

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$269,500

1 Melleray Court OB Flat

$270,000

Deceptively spacious family home offering a stunning Northern outlook. Large living areas & bedroom sizes. Large block over OPEN 1,000m2 and rear access. SAT Located close to quality 10.30 - 11.00 schools. The wait is over!

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16 Dalkeith Drive

This beautifully maintained and presented home is located in the hospital and Tafe precinct and will impress the fussiest of buyers, book the removalists!

12 Callahan Place

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Positioned in a beautiful tree lined cul-desac, offering three spacious bedrooms, three way bathroom, light filled kitchen/living/dining area, OPEN spacious formal lounge, 5kw solar system, huge SAT undercover entertaining 9.45 - 10.15 area – be quick!

NEW

8 Wentworth Court

An absolute stunner of a home. Boasting solid construction, massive rooms, protected rear entertaining area OPEN plus access to rear SAT yard. Get ready to be 11.15 - 11.45 impressed.

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42 Brolga Street

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5 Graney Court

Nestled on a superb elevated corner allotment to take advantage of the stunning views is this very appealing ranch OPEN style family home, located in the popular SAT Birdsville area – Be 10.30 - 11.00

11 Lorikeet Street

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Located in a blue ribbon location and only minutes away from the city centre and the Blue lake is this superb family home – OPEN nothing to do but move in SAT and start living and if you like 9.45 - 10.15 to entertain look no further!

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8 Winfield Court

NEW

11/89 Shepherdson Road

10 Cardinia Street

Avail 04/10/19 3 2 2 $370 pw • 3 bedrooms • Ensuite • Open Kitchen/dine/family area with study nook • 3 way bathroom • Patio area • Double garage UMR • R/C aircon • Front lawn maintenance included • Quiet location with local traffic • No pets **INSPECTION SUBJECT TO APPLICATION APPROVAL**

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12 Hanson Street

Avail 27/09/19 3

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$190 pw

• Three bedroom stone home • Built in robe in main bedroom • Eat in kitchen with gas cooking • Lounge with gas heating • Double length detached garage • Good sized secure yard • Pets negotiable **INSPECTIONS SUBJECT TO APPLICATION APPROVAL**

Avail Now 3

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$210 pw

• Three bedroom stone home • Lounge with gas heating • Kitchen/Dine with gas cooking • Single Garage detached • Good sized yard fully enclosed • Close to school & shops • No pets ** INSPECTIONS SUBJECT TO APPLICATION APPROVAL**


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

Sharyn Ferguson PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 8725 5766

Malcolm Lewis SALES 0411 899 693

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343 Commercial Street West

17 Roanoke Court

1 Chauvel Street

PLOENGES MARINE

• Family owned and operated business for over 40 years • Well established with loyal customer base Specialising in Marine sales – service – spares • Large site and display area • Exceptional street exposure • Key brand Mercury specialist • Ideal for mechanically minded people • Huge opportunity for growth and to take this family run business to another level • Contact Agents for more details

2/5 Banksia Street

NEW

252 Collins Drive

UNDER T CONTRAC

$50,000 + SAV

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$199,950 $219,000

A good offering for 1st home buyer/ investor offering large living area, upgraded bathroom, covered entertaining and fantastic car accommodation. Ready to inspect and impress!

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$315,000

Fantastic low maintenance home in quiet cul-de-sac that offer plenty of extras including 4 car accommodation, workshop/ storage, large hobby room plus great entertaining. Sure to impress.

17 Bruning Place

7 Ramsay Avenue

$125,000

a 1,195m2 approx

Located in Mount Gambier’s premier residential subdivision Springview Estate, large 1,195m2 allotment, fully fenced with colorbond fencing, power, water & town sewer all connected.

41 Cutting Court, Worrolong

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Exceptional unit with superb 2pak kitchen, fantastic undercover entertaining area and a great sized yard for the gardener. An absolute must to inspect!

15 Noojee Street

$750,000 + GST MASSIVE SHEDDING, HUGE OPPORTUNITY Versatile site offering many options. Building area approx 1,200m2. High clearance heavy duty warehouse. Large access doors – 3 phase power. Plenty of room for further extensions. Total land area 4,236m2. Zoned light industry. Huge potential for the discerning buyer

20 Patricia Court

Low maintenance allotment on own title. Quiet cul-de-sac location, walking distance to City Centre. Surrounded by other quality homes ready to build, established fencing

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$429,000-$449,000

Elegant architectural design – boasting eco- friendly features throughout. Light filled and loaded with quality. This brand new home stands out in a crowd. Inspection will not disappoint.

5 Hilltop Avenue

1/11 Millard Street

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$139,500

Nestled at the rear of a quiet complex of only three units, is this spacious property. An ideal investment or great start for the first home buyer.

RENTALS 45B Sassanowsky Road

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Immaculate inside and out. A true family home, exceptional car accommodation, located in the popular Birdsville area close to schools and local shopping. An absolute must to inspect!

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Positioned in the heart of Worrolong offering a true Country oasis. Set on 5.7 acres (approx) of lush pasture, 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 3 living zones, 17mX6m fully powered colorbond shed. Screaming quality everywhere you look, simply special!

SOLD

29 Compton Street Port MacDonnell

Perfect location – spacious family home in a quality street. Big on living and big on shedding! An ideal family home for those looking for low maintenance living and flat rear yard access.

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41 Canavan Road

14 Houston Drive

NEW PRICE $114,500

$65,000

• Great value block • In quiet cul-de-sac • Among other new built homes • Approximately 797m2 allotment • Offering views over city

2 Hawk Place

NEW PRICE a 416m2 (approx.)

READY TO BUILD

$230,000

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Located in the heart of Port MacDonnell just one street from the beach front, this flexible floor plan offers unlimited possibilities. Add your finishing touches & live your coastal dream.

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$499,950

Location, position, quality and excellence! Bask in the luxury that this magnificent home has to offer. The property has been designed for the most discerning home owner with versatile living spaces to suit your family dynamic. All on a generous north facing allotment. overlooking a stunning reserve.

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$289,500

This superbly renovated home oozes charm & style, gleaming timber floors, crisp modern decore and immaculate presentation. This stunner is an absolute must see!

7/28 Queens Avenue

2 Bruins Road Wandilo

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$629,000

Situated on a touch over three acres comprising four bedrooms, luxurious ensuite, classy kitchen meals family, two further living spaces, double garage under main roof plus 9 x 6 colorbond shed – a modern masterpiece!

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A desirable community title unit in a quality complex. Appealing neutral decore, covered outdoor area and garage UMR. Currently leased until August 2020 @ $225 p/week. Secure investment.

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

COMMERCIAL

94 Commercial Street East

2/2 James Street

78B Sea Parade, Port MacDonnell

1 /2 James Street 2/2 James Street 23-25 Commercial Street West Avail Now 1

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$200 pw

• 3 room granny flat • One bedroom • Large open plan kitch, dine & living area • Reverse cycle air con in living room • Kitchen with dishwasher & electric oven & stove • Laundry & bathroom all in one • Shared car garage UMR with remote access • Out of town living • No pets **INSPECTIONS SUBJECT TO APPLICATION APPROVAL**

78B Sea Parade, Port MacDonnell 94 Commercial Street East 2B Helen Street

Avail 20/10/19

Avail Now

Avail Now

Commercial

Commercial

Commercial

• 140m2 approx of flexible space • On site parking for staff • Currently used as a restaurant • Separate function room • Reverse cycle air conditioning • Exhaust in kitchen area included • Located in the CBD • Don’t miss out on this opportunity

Ideal for retail or office space • Great incentives on offer from lessor • Approximately 98.16 m2 • Two double access doors • Great window space • Fantastic Location • $1250.00 pcm first year + GST & outgoings with market review there after

• 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 • Long term lease available • POA

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Chris Manser

Garth Manser

Elisha Beare

Candyce Cory

Real Estate & Livestock sales

Real Estate & Livestock Sales

Real Estate Sales Property Management

Property Management

0417 414 127

0417 071 180

0407 213 023

08 8723 6866

chris@gtlivestock.com.au

garth@gtlivestock.com.au

elisha@gtlivestock.com.au

property@gtlivestock.com.au RLA 280309

Ph 08 8723 6866 | Fax 08 8723 3809 | 50 James Street, Mount Gambier | admin@gtlivestock.com.au | www.gtlivestock.com.au 9 DUIGAN STREET, MOUNT GAMBIER

UNIT 2/1 WILLIAM STREET, MOUNT GAMBIER

NEW PRICE

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SUNDAY 10.45-11.15AM

SUNDAY 10.00-10.30AM

$299,000

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SOLID FAMILY HOME IN A CONVENIENT LOCATION – Stone family home is situated on a large 1027m2 allotment – 4 Bedrooms, an updated main bathroom with bath, shower and vanity with an extra shower and toilet in the laundry area. – Large open plan lounge and dining area with mber floorboards throughout

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– The large rear yard offers room for the kids to play, double car garage with cement and power, undercover entertaining area and another room that would make the perfect rumpus/ games room, sleep out or teenagers retreat – A fantasc family home or investment property.

$194,000

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CENTRAL & SPACIOUS – Two double bedrooms with built in robes, bathroom with shower and vanity, large laundry area with built in cupboards – Spacious mber kitchen, electric cooking, ample cupboard space and room for dining

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5177 CLAYWELLS RD, WATTLE RANGE

UNIT 1 & 2/18 LEE COURT, MT GAMBIER

OPEN

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SUNDAY 1.30-2.15PM

$349,000  $369,000 EACH LUXURIOUS UNITS IN PRIME LOCATION – Two luxurious, conveniently located units offering the purchaser a variety of possibilies – Both units are currently set on one Title with separate ulity meters. Purchase as one Title or negoate the sale of one unit on its own Community Title

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– Unit 1 & 2 – 3 bedrooms, main with WIR and ensuite, built in robes in remaining 2 bedrooms – Gas cooking, dishwasher, ample cupboard space, gas ducted heang, under cover outdoor entertaining, low maintenance gardens – Unit 1 currently being ulised as an AirBnB with steady bookings throughout the year

EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST BY 12 NOON FRIDAY 4TH OCTOBER 2019 3 CHARMING HOME FILLED WITH CHARACTER – Set on 2.5 acres, 20 mins to Penola and 40mins to Robe, this property will make an ideal investment for any business looking to accommodate their employees whilst working within the area, an air BNB, a rental, or your very own peaceful sanctuary to call home. – Features of the home include high ceilings, ornate cornice, built in craed mber shelving and decorave ceiling roses. country style kitchen with electric cooking, a double sink, a generous butlers

21590 RIDDOCH HIGHWAY, MOORAK

$690,000

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SPACIOUS HOME WITH ACREAGE & SUPERB SHEDDING – Remarkable family home located on approx 15 acres – Spacious mber kitchen, electric cooking, walk- in pantry, ample cupboard space and a large breakfast bar overlooking the dining and lounge areas – Four bedrooms or three and a study, main bedroom with WIR, ensuite and a its sing / lounge area

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pantry and the ambiance of slow combuson wood heang, the lounge also offering Wood heang. Two large bedrooms and a smaller sleepout room, bathroom with shower, bath and vanity & a separate toilet off the laundry, single car garage, a woodshed, rainwater plumbed to the home and plenty of room for flower & vegetable gardens and peaceful areas to enjoy your surroundings. – Although she is a lile red, with some TLC this property will be back to her former glory in no me at all.

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– Main bathroom offers separate vanity area, separate toilet, shower and bath and situated adjacent the large laundry area – Other features include slow combuson wood heang, R/C AC, open fire in the formal lounge, undercover outdoor entertaining, 6 bay - 60 x 30 high clearance shed, double car garage, 21 panel solar system, 3 phase power, equipped bore, solar hot water service, established gardens, 6m x 2.5m hothouse and woodlot

$519,000

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COUNTRY STYLE FAMILY LIVING – Family home located on 1 acre allotment – Spacious open plan living, mber kitchen with electric cooking, dishwasher, walk-in pantry & ample cupboard and bench space. – Four large bedrooms, main with WIR, sizable ensuite with

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two person spa bath. Parents retreat also features a private living area. – Main bathroom comprises of bath, shower, vanity and separate toilet – Large laundry area with floor to ceiling storage, office, R/C ducted AC throughout, undercover entertaining area – Established gardens, rear access to 3 bay garage

667/668 BONES ROAD, EIGHT MILE CREEK

11 HANSON STREET, MOUNT GAMBIER O INV PP E O ST R M TU E N NT IT Y

ATTENTION ALL INVESTORS & FIRST HOME BUYERS

$169,000 – This Mount Gambier stone home is situated on an 811m2 allotment, is currently leased at $190.00 per week, on a periodic lease with amazing long term tenants. – Features of the home include a large lounge with gas heang, dine in kitchen with gas cooking, 3 bedrooms, bathroom with a shower over the bath and a separate toilet off the laundry area with aluminium windows throughout.

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– Another fantasc aribute is the large rear sunroom, this space would make the perfect playroom, office or sing room with access to the large, secure rear yard with a double carport and rear yard access. – 11 Hanson Street, Mount Gambier is the perfect investment or first home. Don’t miss out on this amazing opportunity.

EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST BY FRI 30TH AUGUST 2019 AT 1PM PRIME GRAZING LAND Property Features Include: – 117 Acres across two Titles – Producve brown & Red Loams over limestone – Centrally located Steel & Timber Cale yards complete with ramp & crush – Fenced into 8 good sized paddocks each with concrete troughs – Quality fencing consisng of 6 plain & 2 barbed wire

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Water supplied via 2 windmills. 2 Hay or machinery sheds Hay, silage & crops can also be produced Road frontage to both Bones Road and Wale Lane Don’t miss out on a fantasc opportunity to purchase a quality faening or turn out block just 20 minutes from Mount Gambier – Inspecon via appointment contact Garth Manser on 0417 071 180 In conjuncon with Elders Real Estate


Chris Manser

Garth Manser

Elisha Beare

Candyce Cory

Real Estate & Livestock sales

Real Estate & Livestock Sales

Real Estate Sales Property Management

Property Management

0417 414 127

0417 071 180

0407 213 023

08 8723 6866

chris@gtlivestock.com.au

garth@gtlivestock.com.au

elisha@gtlivestock.com.au

property@gtlivestock.com.au RLA 280309

Ph 08 8723 6866 | Fax 08 8723 3809 | 50 James Street, Mount Gambier | admin@gtlivestock.com.au | www.gtlivestock.com.au 18 CAPE DOUGLAS ROAD, CAPE DOUGLAS

$259,000

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AIR BNB OR PRIVATE SANCTUARY – This stylishly designed, 6star energy rated beach home offers many opportunies. Have your own sanctuary and escape for weekends and holidays, rere and reside in a spectacular seaside locaon or lease out as an amazing Airbnb. – Features of the home include gas cook top & electric oven, a double sink & a new stainless steel dishwasher, 2 good

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WATER FOR LEASE

IN THE GLENBURNIE, DONOVANS, CONMURRA AND ZONE 2A MANAGEMENT AREAS

IN THE DONOVANS, MOORAK & GLENBURNIE MANAGEMENT AREAS

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sized bedrooms & a two way bathroom / laundry complete the home, 5,000 gallon rainwater tank plumbed to the home, undercover carport, 2 paved outdoor living areas and a shed with cement and power – Inspect this property today to truly appreciate the locaon, the stylish and smart design and the peaceful surroundings.

Contact our office on 8723 6866

57 KENNEDY AVENUE, MOUNT GAMBIER

448 WEPAR ROAD, WEPAR

POA

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FARMING LAND ACROSS 3 TITLES – 284.53 acres across 3 tles in the Wepar/Kalangadoo area – Currently run as an established dairy enterprise milking 260 head – Sale includes 20 aside swing over dairy, fully automated feed and idenficaon system, 18,050L s/s milk vat, feed

Contact our office on 8723 6866

mill, silos, implement/machinery shedding, caleyards with crush and 12mx30m hay/machinery shed – 136 acres watered by 12 span centre pivot, extra 10 acres fied with permanent sprinkler irrigaon, water taking allocaon of 470,874 kL – Renovated pastures with strong ferlising history

$670,000

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GRAND FAMILY LIVING – Generous sized kitchen with butler’s pantry – Open plan living areas with wood fire and R/C A/C – Ground floor includes two offices, foyer, two bedrooms (one with ensuite and study), laundry and alfresco dining

AUCTION

22  40 BISHOP ROAD, MOUNT GAMBIER

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– Second floor is home to three bedrooms, all with ensuites and robes, bedroom two offering a separate living area – Bitumen roundabout driveaway, ample garage space, pergola and swimming pool

16 CORAL COVE, PORT MACDONNELL

ESTATE OF M.R MCLEAN  BOTH PROPERTIES TO BE AUCTIONED ON FRI SEP 20TH AT THE KONGORONG FOOTBALL CLUB 11AM 50 NEECHY FLAT RD, KONGORONG

– 177 Acres of prime grazing land

EXPRESSION OF INTEREST

– 10 Main paddocks

LAND

– Steel cale yards

ACREAGE IN A RESIDENTIAL AREA – Approximately 9.5 acres – Perfect for redevelopment or build your dream home ( STCA) – Located behind the Market Place complex – Zoned residenal – Mains water connected – Contact Elisha Beare on 0407 213 023 today

– 15M x 9.3M implement shed – 54M x 9.8M original turkey shed – Hay shed – 3 Bedroom stone home

$87,500

LAND

BUILD YOUR DREAM HOME BY THE SEA – An opportunity to build your dream home, weekender or even holiday accomodaon in an excing new subdivision in Port MacDonnell “Seafarers Way”. – This large leven 800m2 (approx) allotment has power, water and sheds connected and is located within walking distance from the sea front.

LOT 12 GLENELG RIVER ROAD, OB FLAT

Qualified Tenants ready to move in to your property. Contact Elisha on

0407 213 023 for your FREE no obligaon rental appraisal.

278 DUCKHOLE FLAT RD, GERMAN FLAT – 313 Acres of grazing land – 8 main paddocks – 2 stand shearing shed and yards – Implement shed – Solar panels – Current windfarm lease expiring in 2029 – Set in a secluded locaon, with views of Lake Bonney and offers a 3 bedroom stone home that has been unoccupied for many years and is in need of renovaon

$169,000

LAND

– Picturesque 2.5 acre alloment on the outskirts of Mt Gambier just minutes from the city, river and sea – Rural fencing and established trees on boundary – Power connected – Build the lifestyle home you’ve been dreaming of (STCA) – Contact Brooke Stephenson today on 0424 943 991


EWENS PONDS RESTS UP BEFORE SUMMER UPGRADED FACILITIES FOR LOCAL FISHOS Ewens Ponds has closed for its annual spring break, with all water based activities including diving and snorkelling off limits. The ponds are now closed until Monday, December 2. National Parks senior ranger Aidan Laslett said the annual spring closure has taken place for the past six years, and is timed to coincide with the growing period for aquatic plants. “The annual spring closure gives the ponds system and the unique aquatic life in it the chance to rest and recover before the influx of visitors over summer,” he said. The Department for Environment and Water has recently taken steps to further conserve this area for visitors and the unique species that call the ponds home, including the endangered Ewens Pygmy Perch (Nannoperca variegata). “The Department has recently introduced a permit system for snorkelling and diving with the aim of ensuring the conservation and sustainable use of the ponds,” Mr laslett said. “The temporary closure and new permit system improves visitor experience by providing healthier plant life for snorkellers and divers to enjoy this summer.”

Once reopened visitors to Ewens Ponds are reminded to book online prior to diving or snorkelling. For more information on Limestone Coast parks, see the National Parks & Wildlife SA website or contact National Parks & Wildlife Service Limestone Coast on (08)8735 1177. PHOTO COURTESY OF JESSIE CRIPPS

TIME TO GET WEIRD & WONDERFUL The South East Art Society has unveiled its 2019 members exhibition at the Mount Gambier Visitor Centre (formerly the Lady Nelson). Titled Weird & Wonderful, the exhibition will be on display until October 13 and doubles as an art competition.

TEST

Recreational anglers can now enjoy access to revamped facilities within the Local Port of Portland Bay thanks to a series of upgrades. Glenelg Shire Council has committed funding to improve the North Boat Ramp facilities which will see the installation of a new fish weight station and upgrades to the fish cleaning tables at the popular venue. The state of the art North Boat Ramp facility currently offers a four lane ramp, eight fish cleaning tables, fish waste bins, trailer wash down area and purpose built designated parking for 70 vehicles and trailers. Local Port of Portland Bay manager Scott Easson said the upgrades will ensure Portland continues to remain one of the state’s premier fishing destinations. “The recreational fishing industry is incredibly important for our region, with data highlighting that the pastime injects up to $12 million into our local economy every year,” he said. “The improvements to the North Boat Ramp will entice more keen anglers to our region, as well as allowing current users to continue to access ultramodern facilities. The upgrades will see Teflon based tops installed to the existing fish cleaning tables, as well as a new fish weight station, which will be operated by designated permitted users via the Glenelg Shire Council Local Port. We are anticipating that the improvements will be completed and ready for public use by the end of

September, ready for the peak summer visitation period.” Mr Easson said the upgrades will see the North Boat Ramp become the facility for anglers at the Portland Foreshore. “Based on Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning recommendations council will be removing the Boat Ramp South Fish cleaning facilities,” he said. “Removal is scheduled to take place during September.”

The North Boat Ramp facility upgrades follow a landmark agreement between the Glenelg Shire Council and the State Government which has seen all day parking tickets scrapped to provide for growing demand of recreational fishers and their oversized vehicles. The new free all day parking arrangement coupled with the facility upgrades will ensure Portland remains a leading destination for recreational fishing. Above - Local angler Jack Olver and Local Port of Portland Bay Manager Scott Easson stand with what will be the new fish weight station, which is currently being installed.

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TENISON WOODS COLLEGE BOOK WEEK CELERBATIONS

Tenison Woods College staff

Ruban Cella & Jolie Gentile

Harry Lucas & Stella Perry

Maggie Collins & Mikayla Pearson

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Gracie Carroll, Ruby Milich & Georgia Nulty

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Lucy Bogie & Taylor Pearson

STUDENT WINS PLACE ON VIETNAM STUDY TOUR St Martins Lutheran College student Daisy Yates was recently presented with the Premier’s ANZAC Spirit School Prize. Daisy entered the Statewide competition and was one of 16 students selected to attend a 14 day study tour to Vietnam next month . Daisy’s entry consisted of an essay detailing her research on Mount Gambier Service man Charlie Miller, who served in the Second World War. Malcolm McInerney, representing the Department for Education, presented Daisy Yates with her prize.

St Martins Lutheran College Alan Connah; Daisy Yates & Department for Education representative Malcom McInerney

FINANCIAL WINDFALL ON OFFER FOR SPORT & COMMUNITY GROUPS Wattle Range community, sporting or recreational groups can now tap into council support with applications now open for Round 1 of Wattle Range Council’s 2019/20 Financial Assistance Grants program. If there is a project or event that you are planning that could benefit from council’s financial support you can apply for grants of up to $2000 ith applications due by 5pm on September 13. Guidelines and forms can be picked up at any of council’s offices or are available on our website www.wattlerange.sa.gov.au/ council_grants


TEMPT THE TASTEBUDS

LOCAL PROJECTS PART OF CASH SPLASH

Creamy cauliflower tikka masala 1 1/2 tablespoons oil 1 large brown onion, finely chopped 2 teaspoons MasterFoods Crushed Garlic 1 teaspoon Grated Ginger 2 teaspoons Ground Cumin Seeds 2 teaspoons Garam Masala 2 teaspoons Ground Paprika 2 teaspoons Ground Turmeric 1 teaspoon Ground Coriander Seeds

1/4 teaspoon Ground Chilli 400g tomato passata 165ml coconut milk 600g cauliflower, cut in florets 1/2 cup natural yoghurt 2 x 250g pkts Uncle Ben’s Coconut Rice Toasted flaked almonds, to serve Fresh coriander, to serve

Method Heat the oil in a large saucepan over medium heat. Cook the onion for 5 minutes or until soft and lightly caramelised. Add the garlic and ginger. Cook, stirring, for 1 minute or until aromatic. Stir in the cumin, garam masala, paprika, turmeric, coriander and chilli and cook for 1 minute or until aromatic. Add the passata, coconut milk and 125ml (1/2 cup) water. Season with salt. Simmer for 5 minutes. Add the cauliflower and cover. Cook, covered, for 15 minutes or until the cauliflower is just tender (do not over-cook). Remove the saucepan from heat and set aside to cool slightly. Place the yoghurt in a small bowl. Add 2-3 tablespoons of the curry sauce into the yoghurt and stir until combined. Return the yoghurt mixture to the curry and stir gently to combine (This is called tempering the yoghurt, if the yoghurt is added to quickly to the hot sauce it may separate slightly, resulting in a spotty looking sauce, however this won’t affect the taste.). Prepare the coconut rice following packet directions and divide among serving bowls. Top with the curry, almonds and coriander.

HALL FUNDRAISER NEEDS LOCAL TALENT

Fancy a chance to play in front of an energised and supportive crowd of 200 music lovers? Fanny Lumsden and the Prawn Stars are coming to the Joanna Hall for the Country Halls Tour and they are super keen to share the stage with a young local artist (under 25 yrs). This is a massive opportunity to show your stuff and to rub shoulders with a CMAA, CMC, AIR and ARIA award winning/nominated artist. She will have

her stage geared up with sound and lighting so all you have to do is work your magic and have fun. These opportunities don’t come to the Limestone Coast very often, so if you’re interested, send a clip of your best tune now to Naracoorte Lucindale Council. Entries close September 30. The event, which is on November 2, doubles as a fundraiser for the hall so grab your tickets at ticketebo.com.au

More than $21,000 will be invested back into the District Council of Grant community through the completion of another successful round of the popular Community Grant Scheme. Administered twice a year across three grant categories; Sporting Clubs, Community Groups and Halls, the program has delivered funding towards $189,000 worth of local projects across 11 beneficiaries. A key project being supported through this program is through the Mil Lel Memorial Park Hall Committee as they undertake a major renovation’s in the toilets and showers at the hall. This is an exciting project co-funded by the Federal Government through the Building Better Regions Community Funding Scheme and the Mil Lel Community. Mayor Richard Sage congratulated all successful applicants. “The wide

range of projects being undertaken in the district is exciting and shows the strong community spirit that exists amongst our communities and townships” he said. “Council is very proud of the Community Grant Scheme which twice a year provides an opportunity for local clubs and halls to access funds to support community driven projects. If you have a project in mind for the future, keep an eye out for the 2019 Summer Round where Council will be looking to support new community projects and activities.” Round 2 of the District Council of Grant Community Grant Scheme opens Monday, October 28. Round 1 successful applicants • Mount Gambier Italo Club Purchase projector and other equipment to host conferences and events

• Yahl Cricket Club Stage 3 Painting picket fence at cricket grounds • Mount Gambier & Districts Pony Club Show Jump Rails • Port MacDonnell Sailing Club Replace existing roof cladding on shed • Mil lel Steam & Machinery Association Concrete floor in clubrooms • Mount Gambier Toy Library Activity toy rejuvenation • Mil Lel Show Society Shade and powerpoints for the show • Tarpeena Progress Association Seats along bike path • Bay Town Group Elliptical trainer for the community gym • Carpenter Rocks Complete interior lining of rooms at the hall • Mil Lel Memorial Park Hall Contribute to the large scale wet area renovations

PYJAMA PARTY FUNDRAISER

St Martins Lutheran College Year 7 student Eden Smith recently instiagated a fundraising campiagn for ac.care, inviting students to come to school in pyjamas last month as part of the campaign. Eden’s interst in the work of the local ac.care was sparked when she donated some of her own items to the local service provider and discovered more help was needed, which is when the college backed her plans for the Pyjama Day fundraiser. Eden recently lifestyle1.net | 24

presented the takings of almost $700 to ac.care’s Sue Watt. This money will be used to upgrade their current oven so they can continue to provide important services for those in need of assistance. Above - ac.care representative Sue Watt gratefully accepts the fundraising cheque from St Martins Luthern College student Eden Smith.

SAFETY FIRST FOR ONE NIGHT STAND IN LUCINDALE To help keep the roads safe the Naracoorte Lucindale Council will be running a bus service between Naracoorte and Lucindale for the Lucindale One Night Stand on Saturday, September 14. Ticket price is $22.50 return (including gst and the try booking fee). Departing the Naracoorte Town Square, Smith Street at 1.30pm. Departing Lucindale 10pm and returning to the Naracoorte Town Square. Seats are limited and subject to availability bookings will be taken up until 4pm on Thursday, September 12. Above - Ocean Alley - one of the headline acts the the 2019 Triple J One Night Stand in Lucindale.


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TEMPT THE TASTEBUDS Vegetarian rolls 600g gold sweet potato, peeled, coarsely chopped 1 tbs olive oil 1 brown onion, finely chopped 1 tbs Masterfoods Moroccan Seasoning 1 garlic clove, crushed 1 bunch spinach, trimmed, coarsely chopped 400g can chickpeas, rinsed, drained 100g feta, crumbled 600g pkt Puff Pastry Sheets (use

gluten free to make this recipe a gluten free option) 1 tsp sesame seeds 1 tsp poppy seeds

Method Preheat oven to 220°C. Line 2 baking trays with baking paper. Place sweet potato in a saucepan and cover with cold water. Bring to the boil over high heat. Reduce heat to medium. Cook for 15 mins or until sweet potato is soft. Drain. Set aside for 15 mins to cool. Meanwhile, heat the oil in a small frying pan over high heat. Cook the onion, stirring, for 3 mins or until soft. Add the Moroccan seasoning and garlic and cook, stirring, for 1 min or until fragrant. Transfer to a bowl. Add spinach to frying pan. Place over medium heat. Cook, stirring, for 1-2 mins or until spinach wilts. Transfer to a plate. Set aside to cool slightly. Squeeze excess liquid from spinach. Finely chop. Add sweet potato and chickpeas to onion mixture. Use a fork to mash until combined. Add spinach and fetta and stir to combine. Divide into 6 portions. Place 1 pastry half on a clean work surface. Shape 1 portion of sweet potato mixture into a log. Place along long edge of pastry half. Spray opposite edge with olive oil spray. Roll up pastry to enclose filling. Spray with olive oil spray. Sprinkle with the sesame seeds and poppy seeds. Cut into 6 pieces. Place, seam-side down, on lined trays. Repeat with remaining sweet potato portions, pastry halves, sesame seeds and poppy seeds. Bake for 20 mins or until golden brown.

HELPING HAND FOR LOCAL STUDENTS In the latest round of funding, Youth Opportunities awarded $39,000 in school-based scholarships, in the form of laptops and photography equipment, to acting courses and school supplies. Among these recipients were three students from the South East. India Strother, from Millicent High School, and Jarred Leis, from Mount Gambier High School, both received a laptop and Jade Charlton, from Mount Gambier High School, received tutoring in biology. Youth Opportunities are now offering thousands of dollars in financial aid scholarships to graduates in the South East to support them in their future studies. Youth Opportunities graduates who face financial or other difficulties and can demonstrate continued effort and progress toward achieving their goals, can apply for a range of school based scholarships worth up to $1500. These scholarships provide career guidance, financial assistance, and academic support. The scholarships are open to students who have participated in the Youth Opportunities Personal Leadership Program, which graduates more than 140 students each year across the South East. The program, offered to year 10 students aims to increase students’ resilience and wellbeing, as well as promoting career planning, achieving goals, leadership, and communication skills. Graduates are provided with continuous support throughout high

school, including the scholarship program. “Earning the scholarship for a brand new laptop is so exciting as it enables me to carry the laptop over into further study at uni,” said Jarred. “My previous laptop was very close to dying, it had lines through the screen and was barely readable. This new laptop allows me to read and write work easier and it’s faster than my old one.” Youth Opportunities chief executive Erin Faehrmann said Youth Opportunities equipped teenagers with practical skills and positive psychology to help them succeed. “Sometimes students have limited access to financial resources, difficult home circumstances or responsibilities that prevent them from achieving,” Ms Faehrmann said. “We hope this scholarship program will give young people the opportunity to overcome barriers and focus on their future.”

The next round of scholarships is open for Youth Opportunities graduates to apply. Visit youthopportunities.com. au/what-we-do/scholarships/ for more information. Thanks to a partnership with the Adam Scott Foundation, one Youth Opportunities graduate will also receive their full university tuition for free. Valued at $70,000 and offered annually, the University Scholarship allows them to pursue their undergraduate studies at a South Australian university of their choice. The scholarships program is just one of the many services Youth Opportunities provides to ensure young people in our community not only cope but thrive. Above (left) - MGHS Year 11 student, Jade Charlton received the Marshman Scholarship—Tuition in Biology Above (right) - MGHS Year 12 student, Jarred Leis received the Hobbs Scholarship—New Laptop

MILLICENT IN RUNNING FOR AG TOWN OF THE YEAR

Milicent is one of five South Australian towns in the running for the inaugural South Australian Ag Town of the Year award. Cleve, Kapunda, Langhorne Creek, and Renmark were also announced as finalists. The finalists were selected by an independent judging panel after 43 towns were nominated from across the state. Minister for Primary Industries and Regional Development Tim Whetstone congratulated the five towns on being named as finalists.

“The pride in our regional towns and how they are inextricably linked to agriculture has been highlighted through this awards process,” said Minister Whetstone. “Cleve, Kapunda, Langhorne Creek, Millicent and Renmark have showcased the diversity of their regions and agricultural activities – from farmland and livestock to wine, forestry, fisheries and horticulture. “The stories of these towns really paint a picture of the agricultural innovation, diversity, leadership and community spirit that exists within

them.” Minister Whetstone encouraged the five finalist towns to show the judges why they are the South Australian Ag Town of the Year. “It’s now up to each of the five towns illustrate why it deserves to be crowned the inaugural Ag Town of the Year,” said Minister Whetstone. “Local agricultural organisations, councils and schools are encouraged to get involved and undertake activities to highlight their town and its link to agriculture. “The award is an initiative of lifestyle1.net | 26

the Marshall Liberal Government to recognise towns supporting and promoting primary industries in all their facets. “To have 43 nominations for the inaugural award is a fantastic result and I look forward to finding out the winner next month.” The winner will be chosen by the independent judging panel and announced at the South Australian Regional Showcase celebration event in October.

DON’T MISS OUT Hamilton Gallery’s is currently showcasing the brilliance of Australian watercolour through its remarkable collection. Drawing on a long history of tradition and experimentation, this exhibition reveals transition and howcontemporary artists explore the malleability of the watercolour medium, producing new and unexpected results. Such artists as Napier Waller,Norman Lindsay, Hans Heysen, Arthur Streeton and John Wolseley demonstrate the potential for fine nuances, as well as spontaneous expression in their landscapes, portraiture, still lifes, abstract compositions and direct, expressionistic modes of painting. Works in this exhibition, on show until September 15, have been selected to show experimental combinations of various media and techniques in modernist and contemporary Australian art.


SUSTAINABILITY FOCUS OF NEW JOINT SHEEP AND WOOL FRAMEWORK

The Australian sheep sector is taking steps to demonstrate its credentials in sustainable production through development of a whole-of-industry framework. The Sheep Sustainability Framework will seek to improve transparency and build trust with the Australian community by aligning industry practices and community expectations. It will define sustainable sheep production and track annual performance using a series of indicators. Sheep Producers Australia and WoolProducers Australia, with support from Meat & Livestock Australia and Australian Wool Innovation, are leading the framework’s development. Industry representatives and stakeholders are being consulted in development of the framework and recently, the project team announced sheep industry consultant, producer and researcher Professor Bruce Allworth will lead the consultation.

SPA Chair Chris Mirams says the framework will help the sheep industry to be proactive and to better understand its opportunities, challenges and impacts in key areas of sustainability. “Sustainable sheep production is producing lamb, sheepmeat and wool in a way that is both profitable and responsible by caring for our natural resources, animals and people in our industry and broader community,” Mr Mirams said. “This process will enable us to be on the front foot in engaging with people both within and outside our sector and to discuss what is important to them in sustainable production, while also highlighting the great work we are already doing as farmers in producing quality protein and fibre. For our customers, consumers, investors and other stakeholders, this is about listening to them and understanding their needs as an integral part of our

value chain.” WoolProducers President Ed Storey says the framework will provide the proof behind Australia’s reputation as one of the global leaders in sustainable production. “Our colleagues in the beef, dairy and cotton sectors have developed sustainability frameworks and the new National Farmers Federation 2030 Roadmap for Industry Growth calls for a national framework across agriculture to be implemented by 2025,” Mr Storey said. “We have observed multiple benefits in other sectors, such as protecting market access and enhancing communication with stakeholders, so with the peak industry councils for the sheep and wool industries collaborating in this work, it is exciting to consider what we will achieve together.” As Chair of the Sheep Industry Sustainability Framework, Prof Allworth will drive implementation of the

Sheep Producers Australia Chair Chris Mirams has his say on the framework… The Australian sheep sector has long known it has a great story to tell when it comes to the lamb, sheepmeat and wool products we supply to the world. As our industry continues to grow and develop, it is becoming increasingly vital for us to understand and meet our customers’ needs and expectations. We need proof behind our reputation as one of the global leaders in sustainable sheep production to provide certainty to our customers, consumers, investors and other stakeholders. Earlier this year, Sheep Producers Australia and WoolProducers Australia have announced the start of a collaborative project that will collate the evidence needed to demonstrate our sustainability credentials and enable us to be on the front foot when engaging with those outside our industry. The project is creating the Sheep Sustainability Framework, which seeks to improve transparency and build trust with the Australian community by aligning industry practices and community expectations. It aims to celebrate our strengths – those areas of production where we are best practice – and identify areas where improvements can be made. It will enable industry to better understand its opportunities, challenges and impacts, to define sustainable sheep production and track annual performance using a series of indicators. Most importantly, it will be developed in consultation with industry and stakeholders – ensuring that what is important to those within and outside of our industry is considered. Our colleagues in the beef, dairy and cotton sectors have developed sustainability frameworks and the new National Farmers Federation 2030 Roadmap for Industry Growth calls for a national framework across agriculture to be implemented by 2025. The beef industry reports that its framework has been well received by industry and external stakeholders and has enabled robust, credible and practical measures to demonstrate its sustainability credentials. The consultation process will identify priority areas for industry focus, select indicators to measure performance and provide evidence of a commitment to continuous improvement. This will, in turn, help grow access to investment and finance, protect market access and foster constructive relationships with stakeholders. It takes an industry-wide perspective and so does not have direct implications for producers, nor is it about certification or compliance, however it may highlight areas where on-farm practices can be improved. SPA and WoolProducers has appointed sheep industry consultant, producer and researcher Professor Bruce Allworth to lead the consultation process. We believe Prof Allworth’s experience across all facets of the sheep and wool industry will be integral to bringing together all stakeholders. He will lead a steering group to drive implementation of the framework, supported by expert working groups. SPA and WoolProducers thank all the industry partners who have been involved with supporting the framework so far and we are excited about what will be achieved through this joint project. We will keep industry and stakeholders updated on progress as work commences.

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framework and work with a committee who will oversee consultation with external stakeholders to provide wider perspectives from outside the industry. “The framework takes an industrywide perspective and works to highlight best practice on-farm while ensuring we deliver what consumers are wanting from us. In our wide-ranging consultation, we will identify the areas in which we perform well as well as those where there might be room for improvement,” Prof Allworth said. “This is not about individual producers and is not about compliance, it is about the whole industry demonstrating our sustainability credentials. Many businesses throughout the supply chain are operating in ways that are sustainable and best practice, and these activities will be highlighted in the framework. Through the consultation, we will identify priority areas, select indicators to measure performance, and provide evidence of a commitment to continuous improvement to customers and consumers.” Register for updates at www.sheepproducers.com.au and www.woolproducers.com.au RAM & LAMB MAGAZINE IS BEING DELIVERED SOON SO KEEP AN EYE OUT FOR LIFESTYLE1’S PREMIUM GUIDE TO THE UPCOMING SALES

GETTING THE OLD GANG BACK TOGETHER At the end of 2011, Tarpeena Primary School closed its doors, ending the book on a proud history of education in the small timber town. But one more chapter is set to be written in that story with a school reuniong, for anyone who attended or worked at the school, set down for October 5 at the Tarpeena Football Clubrooms. From 2-4.30pm there will be a social get together and then a student roll call from 4.30pm. The celebration dinner will be held at 6.30pm and places are limited with bookings essential. Organisers are also looking to hear from anyone who has photos and other memorabilia that could form part of the celebrations. For further information head to the Tarpeena School Reunion facebook page, email tpsreunion2019@gmail. com or call 0407 792 783 for more details.

TEMPT THE TASTEBUDS

Lamb shank pie 6 Coles Australian Lamb Shanks 1 1/2 tbs rosemary leaves 1 cup (250ml) red wine

2 x 410g cans diced tomatoes with onion & garlic 1 1/2 sheets frozen puff pastry, thawed

Method Preheat oven to 150°C. Heat a deep 22cm (base measurement) ovenproof frying pan or flameproof casserole pan over medium-high heat. Spray with olive oil spray. Cook half the lamb, turning occasionally, for 8 mins or until browned all over. Transfer to a plate. Repeat with remaining lamb. Chop 1 tbs of the rosemary. Reserve remaining rosemary. Return the lamb to the pan and pour over the wine. Bring to the boil. Cook for 2 mins or until the wine reduces slightly. Add the tomato and chopped rosemary and bring to a simmer. Remove from heat. Cover the pan tightly with foil and bake, turning the lamb occasionally, for 2 hours or until the lamb is falling off the bone. Uncover and bake for a further 30 mins or until the sauce thickens slightly. Set aside for 30 mins to cool slightly. Increase oven to 200°C. Remove the bones from the lamb. Use 2 forks to coarsely shred the meat and stir into the sauce in the pan. Season. Cover the pan with 1 sheet of puff pastry, allowing the corners to overhang slightly. Use a small sharp knife to make slits in the centre of the pastry. Cut the remaining pastry into leaf shapes. Arrange on top of the pie. Sprinkle with the reserved rosemary. Season with salt. Bake for 20-25 mins or until the pastry is puffed and golden.


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INNOVATIVE ART PROJECT IN HAMILTON Great Movements of Feeling is a multi-disciplinary project that explores emotion as a cognitive and bodily force and its coming to the Hamilton Gallery. Originally developed for the 2018 Next Wave Festival through the Gertrude Contemporary Emerging Curators Program, the exhibition considers emotion through personal and historical lenses; as a flowing drive that occurs between people, concepts and objects. This structure brings together the two historical ‘camps’ of emotion theory: emotion as primarily tied to bodily sensations, and emotion as thought. The works in this exhibition inhabit facets of emotion congealing at different points on this spectrum: sometimes weighted towards a bodily sensation, at other times towards a cognitive judgment, or somewhere in between. Featuring work from Megan Cope (Quandamooka), Helen Grogan

(Australia), Nik Pantazopoulos (Australia), Stuart Ringholt (Australia), Sriwhana Spong (New Zealand / United Kingdom) and Sue Williamson (South Africa). These artists wrestle with ideas of emotion, of content that is loaded with feeling, and at times where emotion might sit within art practice, touching on ethical, aesthetic, social, and spiritual dimensions. In all, there is a sense of historical weight threading through: the inheritance of trauma, of love, of the passing down of feeling. On show at the Hamilont Gallery from September 7 to November 3, Great Movememts of a Feeling is a NETS Victoria touring exhibition, curated by Zara Sigglekow. lifestyle1.net | 30

1. Best known for her turn in The Handmaid’s Tale, Elisabeth Moss started out her primetime TV acting career as a child, playing the US President’s daughter, in which TV series? 2. Which Australian politician did award winning Aussie actor Richard Roxburgh play in a 2010 telemovie? 3. Helen Mirren won her only acting Oscar in 2007 playing which monarch? 4. Geoffrey Rush played Australian speech therapist Lionel Logue in the Oscar nominated movie The King’s Speech – who played the title role of George VI? 5. The 1969 Burt Bacharach hit Raindrops Keep Fallin’ On My Head was an Oscar winning song from which movie? 6. We’ve Only Just Begun was a hit for which musical duo? 7. Cheryl James and Sandra Denton make up the hip hop duo called what?

8. Which artist won Best Rap Album at the 2019 Grammy Awards? 9. Which movie took home the Best Picture Oscar at the 2019 awards ceremony? 10. Viggo Mortenson played which character in The Lord of the Rings movie franchise? 11. What nationality was author J. R. R. Tolkien? 12. Which Bronte sister gave us the classic tale Wuthering Heights? 13. Babooshka and Running Up That Hill were hit for which 1980s singersongwriter? 14. Which Kate Ceberano single won the 1990 ARIA for Highest Selling Single? 15. Which award winning director purchased both Bette Davis’ Oscars and gave them back to the Academy? 16. Steve Spielberg has two directing Oscars – for which movies? 17. Shallow was the Oscar winning song from the 2018 version of A Star is Born – what was the Oscar winning hit from the 1976 version of the film? 18. What was the name of James Brolin’s character in the popular 1970s TV series Marcus Welby MD – one of the original medical dramas on television? 19. On which medical drama did actor and director George Clooney get his big break? 20. Who wrote the science fiction novel Jurassic Park?

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BOOK LAUNCH AT LIBRARY Sunday Mail columnist Lainie Anderson will be at the Mount Gambier Library on September 3 to launch her new novel Long Flight Home, a historical fiction celebrating one of Australia’s greatest aeronautic achievements of all time. The author event kicks off at 7:00pm and is free for the community to attend with copies of the book available for sale on the night. Long Flight Home is based around the history of the 1919 Great Air Race, an event that then Prime Minister Billy Hughes developed. In the wake the First World War the Commonwealth Government of the day announced a prize of £10,000 for the first Australian to fly from England to Australia in 30 days or less in an attempt to stimulate aviation development and keep Australia on the map following the war. “In 2009 when I was working at the Adelaide Sunday Mail, I was contacted by a reader who insisted that I go see and write a piece on the Vickers Vimy which remains in its original 1950’s hanger in Adelaide.,” Lainie said. “The same open cockpit biplane that won the 1919 Great Air Race. This was an incredible opportunity to celebrate a piece of South Australian history”. Following her dedicated column Lainie was inundated with requests from readers to continue with the research and so the concept of a novel was devised. Using war diaries, personal letters and a Churchill Fellowship research trip, which took Lainie to nine countries in seven weeks, she came across the story of Wally Shiers – one of the two mechanics who flew in the race. “With the war ending, Wally was due to return home to his sweetheart in South Australia, who was patiently awaiting his return so that they could wed,” Ms Anderson said. “But Wally wasn’t anticipating the offer from charismatic war hero and pilot Ross Smith to participate in aviation history”. Upon research Lainie discovered that fighter pilot Ross Smith was noted by the Australian War Memorial as Australia’s most decorated airmen of World War I. Members of the community are invited to attend for the opportunity to meet Lainie Anderson at this ‘in conversation’ event hosted by Dr Barney McCusker. The event represents an ideal time to learn more about the history of the 1919 Great Air Race with the forthcoming centenary anniversary. For bookings please contact the Mount Gambier Library on (08) 8721 2540 or book online at www.mountgambier.sa.gov.au/lib... under ‘Programs and Events’.


LOCAL SPORT TIGERS OUT HUNT ROOS With a 33 point at three quarter time, even the most passionate Roos supporters felt they were headed for this weekend’s preliminary final and while West Gambier fought their way back to 14 points with 10 minutes to play, it was a bridge too far and North Gambier won through to the 2019 grand final with a 19 point victory. The start was strong from West Gambier, with experienced players Tom Holmes and Brad Wilson running hard off half back and using the ball well, with Jordan Zeitz and Jordan Williams also influential through the middle of the ground but West just could not put the score on the board with their only major for the quarter coming basically on the quarter time siren, after notching five behinds. It meant despite their dominance, they still trailed the Tigers by nine points, with North Gambier having limited inside fifties but certainly making sure they counted. The second quarter saw North Gambier start to take control, despite missing opportunities in front of goal. Hamish Telford run rampant through the midfield, in fact, it was the Tigers small onballers with Dylan Munn and Fraser Marshall that really started to dominate. Tom McLennan was also a factor taking some fantastic contested marks and scoring two of North’s first five goals. The third quarter started full of promise for the Roos, who were facing a 16 point deficit, nailing the first goal, against the wind, but North kicked the next three and the margin was 33 points by the final change. Brett Kennedy started taking clear control in the ruck, while Munn, Marshall and co. were still running amok. Matt and Nick McInerney started to win plenty of ball as well and West looked shot. Sam Stafford was also influential in the match defining third quarter, taking some critical contested grabs and slotting two goals. West won the final quarter four goals to two but it ended up being too little, too late

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North Gambier 2.3 5.5 8.11 10.11 (71) West Gambier 1.5 2.7 3.8 7.10 (52) Goals - North: T. McLennan 3; S. Stafford, J. McConnell 2; D. Munn, J. Stafford, M. Ashby. West: B. papps 2; J. Schapel, M. Minuzzo, D. Phillips. B. Wilson, S. Zeitz. Best - North: F. Maarshall, D. Munn, B. Kennedy, T. Mclennan, J. Stafford. West: L. Bradley-Brown, J. Williams, T. Holmes, T. Zeitz, J. Giddings.

and the Roos would no doubt love to have that first quarter back again and put their dominance of time in possession onto the scoreboard. In the end, the Tigers outhunted the Roos, with their tackling pressure through the roof, allowing West little clean ball and most of the fifty-fifty contests were won by the Tigers. Lawrence Bradley-Brown was a four quarter performer for the Roos but they now need to regroup for the weekend’s preliminary final. North Gambier also advanced to the title decider in the Reserves, outlasting a fast finishing West Gambier. The Under 18 semi final was decided by a long range Kaleb Bowd goal when the Demon knew time was ticking away and his team trailed by two points. Bowd’s goal was cleverly shepherded through by Henri Capewell,

the Demons’ best on the day, with Millicent left to rue inaccuracy in front of goal, albeit in strong wind conditions. It was easier in the Under 16 semi final for the Demons with South Gambier advancing to the title decider with a convincing 49 point win over North Gambier on the back of quality performances from Jake Walker and Josh McGregor. And South Gambier is set to contest all three junior grand finals with South Gambier White holding off a fast finishing North Gambier in the closest finish of the day – one point. Lochie Thiele was a standout, having exited the past two encounters between the two teams early in proceedings courtesy of head knocks.

Above (left) - Zane Kuller looks to spoil this attempt by Tom McLennan to mark. Above (centre) - Sam Stafford & Dwayne Phillips contest strongly for possession. Above (right) - Declan Kenny just gets this kick away during Western Border Football League A Grade 2nd semi final action at Blue Lake Sports Park.

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INDIVIDUAL HONOURS UP FOR GRABS Mid South East football and netball and Western Border football and netball are both set to honour the best juior and senior players in their respective leagues this weekend with junior and senior Mid South East presentations on Sunday and Western Border holding its junior football and netball count on Sunday and its senior presentation night on Monday.

RESERVES

North Gambier 0.4 4.4 7.6 8.7 (55) West Gambier 0.2 2.4 2.6 5.9 (39) Goals - North: M. Chapman 3; N. Brown 2; M. Kurzman, S. Flett, J. Telford. West: T. McPartlan 3; R. Povey 2. Best - North: N. Brown, J. Mansell, J. Hatt, S. Bruhn, T. Gould, A. Coonan. West: T. McPartlan, T. Dolan, D. Clinton Robbins, S. Von Duve, B. Koop, N. Lewis.

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South Gambier 0.0 4.2 5.2 6.4 (40) Millicent 2.6 2.6 3.11 4.12 (36) Goals -South: E. Marks, K. Bowd, K. Jones, E. Chuck, C. Munro, D. Reid. Millicent: C. Schultz, F. Bradley, C. McGrath, N. Lang. Best - South: H. Capewell, K. Bowd, A. Harkness, K. Chant, C. Munro, D. Reid. Millicent: S. Dickenson, C. McGrath, M. Withers, N. lang, M. Varcoe.

UNDER 16

South Gambier 2.2 6.2 7.3 10.5 (65) NorthGambier 0.3 0.3 2.4 2.4 (16) Goals - South: J. Walker 3; T. Rayner 2; O. Adams, M. Sims, N. Sims, R. Kuhl, L. Winterfield. North: A. Prospero-Porta, A. Stafford. Best - South: J. Walker, J. McGregor, M. Sims, O. Adams, S. McTaggart, N. Sims. North: J. Turner, S. O’Donnell, J. Simmonds, R. Kenny, E. Firth, W. Thompson.

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South Gambier White 2.1 2.2 4.4 4.5 (29) North Gambier 1.0 1.3 1.3 4.4 (28) Goals - South Gambier White: W. Vaughan 2; N. Yates, M. Whitehed. North: Z. Nulty 2; D. Ilsley, K. Allen. Best - South Gambier White: L. Thiele, A. Circelli, Z. Hopgood, M. Whitehed, W. Vaughan, L. Broome. North: D. Arthurson, K. Weber, M. Baro, J. Norman, Z. Nulty, A. Allen.

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LOCAL SPORT THE SAINTS KEEP MARCHING ON Millicent’s premiership defence remains on track with a comprehensive victory over West Gambier catapulting the Saints into yet another title decider as they gin for an 11 consecutive A Grade premiership. The Saints dominated the opening 10 minutes of the contest and, as it so often is, it was built on relentless defensive pressure that denied West any chance to settle. The defensive line of Hayley Dunn, Madi Haggett, Hannah Nitschke and Lisa Duldig suffocated the Roos offensive third. Every ball was contested and too often the pressure drew an error, if not a clean interception. The Saints also made it count on the scoreboard, netting 15 from 18 to set up an eight goal quarter time lead. It was more of the same in the second as the Saintes continued their relentless defensive pressure with the turnover ball being converted thanks to the slick ball movement of the attack line. Lisa Duldig and Paige Nitschke drove hard and found the circle’s edge, while Demi Verbena and Donn Denton consistently found good connection with their quality use of the roll and a number of baseline drives. Scarily, Maddy Teakle was getting a number of touches and while Denton was still hugely influential, Teakle went on the hunt to find some turnover ball for the Roos and she certainly ensured Denton took most balls under intense pressure. Testament to the improvement in the Roos goal keeper was her ability to win ball back against the polished Saints forward line and testament to the unmatched class of Denton, even a strong game for her opponent did little to curb her influence. The 18 from 20 the Saints added to the scoreboard in the third quarter put the result beyond doubt with a 25 goal three quarter time advantage never going to be reeled in. The final quarter was the Roos best. They scored seven goals of their own and restricted the Saints to their lowest quarter tally – 13. It was a tough day at the office for West goalers Tahlia Earl and Lisa McGregor with Dunn and Haggett using their reach over the shot to great effect, rebounding strongly and not allowing the Roos duo any easy ball. Dunn and Haggett’s job was made easier by the pressure applied by Duldig and Hannah Nitschke. Jordan Freeman and Emily Hunter found it hard to find their way to the circle’s edge and on numerous occasions, West had to play the ball back to the transverse line to reset and try and new approach to the circle. Hunter was certainly still an influential player but Duldig had clearly set herself to deny the star mid courter her trademark drives to the pockets. Hannah Nitschke was equally committed and she also picked up some turnover ball in the centre third before becoming a key transition player. Paige Nitschke, who was replaced by Lucy Denton in the final quarter, was her usual unassuming self and in the first half, in particular, was the main feeder as she continually got herself to the right position. Verbena’s pace and ability to convert from long range made her dangerous all day, despite the best efforts of Cram, who along with Teakle and Hunter were the best of the Roos. West now needs to regroup ahead of the weekend’s preliminary final. THE OTHER GRADES In A Reserve, Casterton Sandford lost experienced midcourter Trictia Cleary early after a heavy fall but in the end, the Cats, who challenged all day, went down to the Saints by four goals. Millicent was best served by the hard running and accurate feeding of Jo Grosser, the work rate and accurate finishing of Sophie Ellis at goal attack and some

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great defensive stops from skipper Nat Potter, who played her 100 senior game as a Saint, and Alice Pratt and Jo Wilson. Cats shooter Mikayla Rice was a strong target and her 10 from 12 in the second quarter kept the Cats in touch, while Haylee Rhook used all her smarts, as well as her pace to continually find the circle’s edge and feed the goalers accurately. The B Grade 2nd semi final was a physical contest with minor premiers and defending champs Casterton Sandford holding on for a two goal win. Jan Murphy and Jacki McKay were best for the victors, while Leah Kamphius and Rebecca Edwards shone for the Tigers. East Gambier showed why it finished on top of the ladder with a strong 10 goal win over North Gambier to advance to the 2019 title decider. The Bulldogs won every quarter with Keelie Amy and Georgia Quick dominating the defensive end to be East’s best, while North goal keeper Rosalie Dellow had a solid game, with sarah Flett doing some damage in the mid court. In 17 & Under, Millicent

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lost its first game of 2019 with West Gambier advancing to the grand final with a three goal victory. Millicent won both the 15 & Under finals, while Millicent’s 13 & Under A girls had a stunning 12-0 second quarter against North Gambier to secure the first pot ion the grand final. North Gambier continued its unbeaten run in the 13 & Under B 2nd semi final with a nine goal win over West Gambier. SCOREBOARD ON PAGE 33 Far left (top) - Madi Haggett contests with ball strongly with West coach Lisa McGregor. Far left (centre) - Lisa Duldig & Emily Hunter were never far from each other’s side. Far left (bottom) - Amy Cram places strong pressure over this Demi Verbena shot.


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WORLD CUP FEVER COMES TO NARACOORTE

WB NETBALL 2ND SEMI FINAL A GRADE Millicent 60 (D. Denton, H. Nitschke) d West Gambier 29 (M. Teakle, E. Hunter)

A RESERVE Millicent 57 (S. Ellis, J. Grosser) d Casterton Sandford 53 (M. Fennell, N. Rhook)

B GRADE

Casterton Sandford 43 (J. Murphy, J. McKay) d North Gambier 41 (L. Kamphius, R. Edwards)

C GRADE East Gambier 34 (G. Quick, K. Amy) d North Gambier 24 (R. Dellow, S. Flett)

17 & UNDER West Gambier 42 (J. Davey, B. Kuller) d Millicent 39 (H. Nitschke, M. Haggett)

15 & UNDER A Millicent 43 (L. Denton, D. Tunkin) d South Gambier 36 (G. Ryan, T. Bryant)

15 & UNDER B

Millicent 27 (S. Gibson, A. Denton) d South Gambier 22 (A. Holland, A. Clayton)

13 & UNDER A Millicent 38 (A. Janssen, E. Easterby) d North Gambier 21

13 & UNDER B North Gambier 19 (L. Roulstone, M. Collins) d West Gambier 10 (M. Pearson, L. Simpson) See our facebook for Sunday’s st semi final results.

MID SOUTH EAST NETBALL 1ST SEMI FINAL A GRADE Port MacDonnell 44 (T. Gilmore, C. Tremelling) d Mt Burr 34 (S. Wallis, L. Schultz)

A RESERVE Port MacDonnell 47 (K. Carrison, J. Trench) d Glencoe 26 (L. Edwards, A. Finnis)

B GRADE

Tantanoola 36 (S. Peters, D. Rutkowski) d Glencoe 35 (H. Greenfield, S. Auld)

B RESERVE Tantnaoola 49 (B. Allen, T. Taylor) d Port MacDonnell 40 (J. Davis, K. Horrigan)

17 & UNDER

Glencoe 40 (E. Thompson, T. Medhurst) d Mt Burr 33 (M. Bowering, M. Job)

15 & UNDER

Port MacDonnell 47 (M. Millard, R. Spehr d Glencoe 15 (Z. Halton, C. Owen)

13 & UNDER

Port MacDonnell 27 (L. Wilson, B. McPherso) d Robe 24 (R. Schubert, B. Carter)

KNT NETBALL 2ND SEMI FINAL A GRADE Keith 40 (Virginia Ross) d Lucindale 34 (Mel Gear)

A RESERVE

World Cup fever is set to take over Naracoorte for the Limestone Coast Multicultural Soccer Carnival on Saturday, November 9, starting at 9am. The carnival will use sport to celebrate a diverse and harmonious Australia by bringing together newly arrived migrants and first and second-generation migrants from different cultural backgrounds from the communities of Limestone Coast (SA), Murray and Mallee (SA), Barwon-West (VIC) and Grampians (VIC). The carnival will communicate the message of shared value – respect, equality and freedom. “The purpose of the Limestone Coast Multicultural Soccer Carnival is to use a shared interest in the ‘World Game’ – soccer, to unite newly arrived migrants and first and second-generation migrants from different cultural backgrounds while forging community connections with sporting clubs, community leaders, services, council and other organisations,” Naracoorte Lucindale Mayor Vickery OAM said. The Multicultural Carnival is a one day event being held at the Naracoorte and District Sports Centre. Participants and spectators will be entertained and engaged in a variety of activities including seven-a-side, half field round robin soccer competition, ALDI MiniRoos, coaches clinic and ‘United by football’ community connection workshop. Naracoorte United Soccer Club

president Jon Thurlow said the club was excited about hosting the carnival. “It’s such a great opportunity for children and families to come together, get active and celebrate multiculturalism through sport,” he said. This event is funded by the Department of Home Affairs Fostering Integration Grants program. The grants support new initiatives by not-for-profit organisations that will help migrants better integrate into Australian life through employment and community participation. “Soccer is a sport for all, this is embraced by the carnival’s theme of Respect, Equality and Freedom” Mayor Vickery said. The event partners Naracoorte Lucindale Council, Naracoorte United Soccer Club, Football Federation South Australia, Football Victoria, Naracoorte United Soccer Club and the Australian Migrant Resource Centres are working together to ensure a successful carnival on and off the pitch. For further details about the carnival program, team and ALDI Mini Roos registrations or how your community or organisation can be involved, contact Caroline Menzel at Naracoorte Lucindale Council on (08)8760 1100 or visit https://www. naracoortelucindale.sa.gov.au/soccer

Keith 47 (Steph Lubcke) d Penola 46 (Ashley Earl)

B GRADE

Penola 59 (Teegan Galpin) d Lucindale 25 (Andrea Buckett)

C GRADE Keith 45 (Callie Nicolai) d Naracoorte 32 (Emily Krieger)

17 & UNDER Naracoorte 55 (Tahlia Kavanagh) d Padthaway 30 (Olivia Grundy)

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NOT SO LUCKY? We often think of professional athletes as being very fortunate to get paid millions of dollars to play sport but we don’t often consider the sacrifices the athletes make, most particularly the strain on their bodies. News that star Indianapolis Colts Quarterback Andrew Luck was retiring aged just 29 was met with considerable surprise ….until he put it into words . “For the last four years or so, I’ve been in this cycle of injury, pain, rehab, injury, pain, rehab, and it’s been unceasing, unrelenting, both in-season and offseason, and I felt stuck in it. The only way I see out is to no longer play football. It’s taken my joy of this game away.” It may well become an increasing trend with athletes retiring earlier and earlier once they have made their money to preserve their overall well being.

TOO INSANE FOR AUSSIES? Death Diving World Championships - not sure if this will take off in Australia!! Most people fear belly flopping into a pool, but competitors in Norway’s “insane”sport do it on purpose off a 10m diving platform. Unbelievably Death Diving has been one of Norway’s fastest-growing sports in the 11 years since its formation.

16 & UNDER Naracoorte 45 (Jemma Kavanagh) d Bordertown 43 (Jade Schneider)

15 & UNDER

Keith 51 (Sophie Makin) d Kybybolite 39 (Brooke Ewer)

13 & UNDER A Keith 31 (Anna McAuley) d Border Districts 26 (Amelia Mahney) See our facebook for Sunday’s st semi final results.

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SOUTH EAST GOLF VETERANS Forty-five South East golf veterans descended on Blue Lake golf links, in the lates round of vets golf action, with players on 29 points or better getting a ball for their effort. The First Division was won by Vyv Bennison, of Millicent, with 41 points, from Brian Duldig and Wayne Dunford, on 37. Second Division went to another Millicent burglar, Alan Webster, with 40 points, his best return in a decade. Roy Mitchell, on 38, and Glen Tilley, 36, filled the minors. The Ross Orchard trophy was taken out by Shane Will, of Robe, and Mike Lyons, of Naracoorte. Both NTPs were won by Peter Waters. The next outing is at Bordertown on September 9, followed by Beachport on September 23. Lyndsay Copeman’s bunker escape on the 18th was only highlight reported.

Westersn 60 d Cavenidsh 56

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DID THEY SET THE BAR TOO HIGH? Every year the AFL’s All Australian team is, at best, a talking point and, at worst, controversial. Two big names, who many who say have had big seasons, didn’t make the cut - Geelong’s Gary Ablett was going for a record ninth All Australian call up, while 2017 Browonlow Medalist Dustin Martin, from Richmond, was the other big name not in the Class of 2019 photo. Some would argue some players set the bar too high, which could mean Dusty never receives another All Australian nod as his 2017 season is widely regarded as the best ever by an AFL player, so topping that might prove tricky!


LOCAL SPORT DYNAMIC DEMON HITS THE 300 MARK A couple of important milestones for Brooke Williams in the last round of Mid South East netball action. The popular Demon played her 300th game for the Port MacDonnell Netball Club and she also turned 30. Brooke’s career at the Bay started in 1998 as part of the Junior 2 team. Her skills quickly developed and during her first season of competitive netball she won the club’s 13 & Under best & fairest, backing it up the folllowing season and then adding the 2004 15 & Under club best & fairest to her trophy cabinet. She moved into senior netball in 2006 and has won three B grade club best and fairests and finished runner up twice from 2011-2016. She has also been fortunate enough to be part of two premiership sides in B grade in 2010 and 2017. In 2013, she played A Reserve finishing runner up n the club’s best and fairest. Brooke would have played a lot more A Reserve netball but work commitments consigned the hard working goaler and mid courter to the later timeslot. Brooke had a busy year in 2017, being a committee member, coaching the 17 & under team and was consequently awarded the Club Person of the Year. Brooke has been and contineus to be a real asset and hard working contributor to the club and she has spent many seasons helping out behind the bar or working on social events. Brooke is currently playing A Reserve, where her speed on the drive, whether she is in goals or in the mid court, is a headache for opposition defenders. A smart player, with a strong work ethic, Brooke still has many years of netball ahead of her at the Bay.

BILNEY GETS THE JOB DONE

Better conditions faced competitors for Race 9 of the Mount Gambier Cylcing Club Winter Road Series, but infrequent showers were a gentle reminder that this was still, indeed, a winter series. Sole limit rider Ray Bilney was able to hold off the looming bunches singlehandedly with his old school grit and determination. After turning around at the 20km mark, a group was formed that had Bilney in their sights, but fell short at the finish by only minutes. Victorian Cycling Hall of Fame member Ray Bilney added to his list of wins with first, Tess Wight led the sprint finish for second, with Bruce McLaughlin third. The scratch group, consisting of Matthew Opperman and Gerard Coote, worked solidly together but were unable to reel in the front groups. Coote recorded the fastest time over the course. Juniors,Molly Opperman and Elmer Buckland, enjoyed a friendly 10km cycle, accompanied by Jason Buckland. Neil Van Niekerk covered a 30km time trial that displayed his ongoing development as a junior rider. On Sunday, the Alan Bailey Memorial was held, starting at the Mt Salt Rd, near the Bellum Hotel intersection. The Alan Bailey is a long standing memorial race traditionally held in September to honour Bailey, a talented local cyclist, who died on September 13, 1931, through injuries sustained during a race from Port MacDonnell on the previous day. Full results from this special event will be in next week’s Lifestyle1. Above (left) - Neil Van Niekerk completed a 30km time trial at round nine of the Mount Gambeir Cylcing Club Winter Road Series. Above (right) - Winner of race 9 of the Mount Gambier Cycling Club Winter Road Series Ray Bilney at the finish line and (inset) in action on the course.

PLENTY MORE TO COME FROM CHLOE Young East Gambier player Chloe Lines has celebrated her 100th game with the Bulldogs, in what is her sixth season with the club. Chloe started in the 11 & Under competition and has progressed through the junior grades and is currently a member of the 15 & Under A & B teams. Chloe is a perfect player to coach as she is eager to learn and improve her skills. She can play in any position on the court, however her defensive skill is certainly her best asset and this is where you see her play her best netball. She has a good eye for the interception and is a tight checking defender who gives 110% every week and is a great team player. Left - Chloe Lines racked up her 100th game in Round 16. She is pictured with East Gambier Netball Club president Bronwyn McCallum.

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FINALS UNDERWAY Under 15 girls- Qualifying final Tigers v Strikers Tigers were looking to kick start their finals campaign off strongly in the under 15 girls, hoping to secure the first grand final berth of the weekend after finishing minor premiers in this grade. They started the game against 2nd place Strikers extremely strongly, with the first goal coming in the opening 4 minutes of the game off a short corner deflection from key forward Lauren Montgomery. Tigers were then forced to defend 3 short corners themselves, with Strikers have a period of sustained attack led by Madi Derrington. Tigers’ high striker Scarlett Creek looked dangerous with the ball in attack but they were not able to execute any link up play with her and Strikers were able to hold their defensive lines without any further damage before the half time break. The second half was an arm wrestle with both defences holding sway. Tiger’s fullback Charlotte Adam was outstanding and repelled a number of attacking moves, as was Strikers Zoe James who controlled the mid field for her side. Tigers finally put their second goal on the board with 15 minutes to go thanks to a run from Scarlett Creek that Strikers could not defend. Strikers almost got a goal back through Grace Degaris, and had a short corner after the siren, however Tigers kept a clean sheet and ran out deserved winners 2 goals to nil. Division 3 Women – Qualifying final Tigers v Strikers The first senior match of the weekend saw minor premiers Tigers up against Strikers for a spot straight through to the grand final. The match started as a real battle of the mid fields, with neither team really able to get much going in attack in the first quarter. Deb Lang was good in the centre for Strikers, and Alison Shepherd let nothing through in the back line. Emma Outtram was a stand out for Tigers and controlled their midfield. Tigers had a good period prior to half time which resulting in 6 short corners, including 2 after the siren, but they were unable to convert and both sides went in to half time at Nil all. The third quarter was the difference between the two sides as Tigers came out firing, and after 5 minutes Julie Beck got on the end of a short corner variation to put Tigers up 1-0. The second goal came a mere 5 minutes later, as youngster Scarlett Creek used her speed and agility to drag around the strikers’ goalie and put it in the back of the

MID SOUTH EAST FOOTBALL 1ST SEMI FINAL A GRADE

Kalangadoo 2.3 2.4 5.9 9.12 (66) Robe 1.0 5.3 6.5 7.5 (47) Goals - Kalangadoo: B. gregory 3; B. Mules 2; B. Auld, M. Krieger, T. McManus, B. Lindner. Robe: K. Cuthbertson 4; T. Wilfred 2; Z. Deane. Best - Kalangadoo: J. Bannister, B. Gregory, A. Stone, S. McManus, T. McManus, M. Davies. Robe: T. Williams, R. Dickinson, J. Wehl, Z. Deane, D. Coxon, J. Pettit.

B GRADE

Kalangadoo 1.6 2.8 6.10 7.12 (54) Tantanoola 0.0 4.1 5.1 7.5 (47) Goals- Kalangadoo: D. Gull 3; J. Marra 2; D. West, D. Hogan. Tantanoola: J. Bromley, J. Varcoe, A. Dodd, D. Clarke, M. Sporer, S. Bowering, A. Lindner. Best - Kalangadoo: J. Brennan, J. Marra, M. Gribben, B. Wagstaffe, A. Auld, T. Brennan. Tantanoola: M. Warren, C. McCallum, D. Clarke, M. Sporer, A. Dodd, N. Bell.

SENIOR COLTS

Robe 5.6 5.6 8.7 9.8 (62) Kongorong 2.0 4.8 5.11 7.16 (58) Goals - Robe: B. Nicolle 5; H. McInnes 2; J. Bryant, J. Mirch. Kongorong: J. Lewis 4; H. Maddern, T. Mahony, D. Pochec-Gordon. Best - Robe: H. McInnes, J. Laurie, J. Robertson, P. Matthews, G. Dutton. Kongorong: J. Whitty, B. Leicester, H. Maddern, L. Whitty, T. Mahony.

JUNIOR COLTS

net. Tigers then had to dig deep in defence, as to their credit Strikers never put their heads down and just on ¾ time they thought they had pegged one back, but a clear foot in the circle resulted in the goal being disallowed. The last quarter was all about defence for Tigers and they were very well served by Amanda Winkley and the fullback combination of Jackie Outtram and Kathryn Montgomery. Shae Grant was sharp in goals, stopping a few tricky ones and enabling Tigers to keep it to 2-0 and progress directly through to the grand final in a fortnights time. Above (top) - Tigers’ Aaron Mengler & West’s Aiden Cameron are both in hot pursuit of the ball during the first week of hockey finals. Above (bottom) - Redback’s Anna Mitchell &West’s Michelle Clarke battle for possession.

Hatherleigh 0.3 3.7 3.7 7.8 (50) Kongorong 3.4 4.5 5.9 6.10 (46) Goals - Hatherleigh: J. Faulkner 5; B. Chambers, K. Rigney. Kongorong: T. Bellinger 2; T. Richardson, C. Graney, S. Von Stanke, S. Perryman. Best - Hatherleigh: J. Faulkner, F. Leopold, K.. Thomas, D. Golding, A. Nettle. Kongorong: W. Von Stanke, P. Muller, R. Angelino, J. Allen, S. Perryman. M. Kemp.

KNT FOOTBALL 2ND SEMI FINAL A GRADE

Lucindale 1.6 3.8 9.13 12.15 (87) Mundulla 4.1 8.5 8.7 11.10 (76) Goals - Lucindale: N. Cane, R. Milne 3; A. Fielke 2; L. Kelsh, S. Teakle, J. Walker, A. Eckermann. Mundulla: J. Hinge 4; D. King, J. Dolling, N. Mosey 2; B. Packer. Best - Lucindale: S. Spriggs, A. Fielke, L. Kelsh, T. Logan, D. Ogilvie, R. Milne. Mundulla: J. McGrice, N. Gregurke, J. Hinge, E. Jaeschke, N. Mosey, D. King.

B GRADE

Border Districts 2.3 4.8 5.10 10.19 (79) Mundulla 1.2 1.2 4.3 5.4 (34) Goals- Border Districts: S. Robinson, O; Gabbe 3; S. Linggood 2; A. Trowbridge, J. Zeuner. Mundulla: S. Little 3; R. Braybrook, C. Crawford. Best - Border Districts: A. Pitt, T. Rogers, O. Gabbe, J. Thompson, B. Adams, D. Moore. Mundulla: J. Box, N. Milligan, A. Obst, C. Crawford, S. Lewin.

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SENIOR COLTS

Kybybolite 5.3 8.4 12.12 13.16 (94) Penola 0.0 2.2 2.3 4.3 (27) Goals - Kyb ybolite: L. Schultz 4; L. ulford 2; N. Baker, W. Tata, M. Malone, D. Ewer, O. McInnes. Penola: J. Robbie 2; B. Gartner, C. Lythgo. Best - Kybybolite: O. Clark, E. Owen, B. Fox, B. Watson, L. Schultz, C. Yelland. Penola: J. Kain, T. Messenger, B. Gartner, F. Kain, K. Messenger, A. Brand.

JUNIOR COLTS

Kybybolite 1.4 8.8 9.13 12.22 (94) Keith 3.1 3.1 3.1 3.1 (19) Goals - Kybybolite: C, Hiller, M. Garwood, R. Brown 3; C. Brodie, R. James O’Shaughnessy, W. Freckleton. Keith: J. Altus 3. Best - Kybybolite: G. Malone, R. Brown, C. Hiller, J. Shepherd, C. Brodier, W. Freckleton. Keith: E. Wood, J. Qualman, T. Hutchings, J. Thompson, G. Campbell, J. Hedges.

SOUTH WEST DISTRICT FOOTBALL A GRADE PRELIMINARY FINAL

Heywood 4.3 4.6 7.7 10.9 (69) Westerns 1.5 3.6 5.7 8.12 (60) Goals - Heywood: J. Walker 3; B. Millard 2; D. Handreck, B. Nash, G. Slade, B. Martin, P. Clover. Westerns: R. Cracknell 2; S. Ray, M. Curtis, K. Anson, M. Miller, J. Bliss, S. O’Brien. Best - Heywood: D. Morris, L. Malseed, E. Blacksell, B. Millard, W. Lovett, J. Walker. Westerns: P. Proctor, L. Warburton, L. Robinson, L. EVans, M. Curits, M. England.

LSE HOCKEY RESULTS QAULIFYING FINALS DIVISION ONE MEN West 2 def Tigers 1

DIVISION ONE WOMEN Redbacks 4 def West 0

DIVISION TWO MEN Tigers 3 def Cavaliers 0

DIVISION THREE MEN Tigers 5 def Redbacks 1

DIVISION THREE WOMEN Tigers 2 def Strikers 0

UNDER 15 BOYS Strikers 3 def West 2

UNDER 15 GIRLS Tigers 2 def Strikers 0

UNDER 12 BOYS

Tigers 2 def Strikers 1

UNDER 12 GIRLS Strikers 2 def Tigers 0


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