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1. Who won the 1995 AFL premiership? 2. What is the national river of Russia and the longest in Europe? 3. Who wrote the 19th century classic Treasure Island? 4. Traveller’s cheques were launched globally in 1891 by which major finance company? 5. Which Broadway musical that was also made into an Oscar winning movie centred on a Jewish family trying to make their way in Russia? 6. From June 2018 Saudi Arabia lifted a ban on women doing what? 7. Guacamole is made from which fruit? 8. Who is the Greek god of war? 9. For which NBA team does Donovan Mitchell play? 10. What are the three largest planets on our solar system? 11. According to Greek mythology, who was the goddess of beauty? 12. Hematology is a branch of medicine that involves the study of the nature, function, and diseases of what? 13. What was the breed of dog in the movie Beethoven? 14. Name the three US states with only 4 letters in their name. 15. In which Australian state is the Margaret River wine region? 16. What is the tree-trunk called in the Highland Games tossing event?

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17. What folding furniture invented 5000 years ago is named due to its use on cruise ships? 18. What is the cube root of a million? 19. The first Hilton Hotel, built by founder Conrad Hilton in 1925, is in which US city? 20. An olfactometer measures intensity of or sensitivity to which of the five senses? 21. What iconic Japanese warrior class rose to power in the 12th century? 22. What is the capital of Tasmania? 23. A gosling is a baby what? 24. Who won the 2018 AFL Grand Final? 25. The Archibald Prize, a prestigious portraiture art competition, is named after J. F. Archibald, who was the editor of which iconic publication? 26. Who wrote the classic Aussie novel I Can Jump Puddles? 27. What is the traditional gift for a fifth wedding anniversary? 28. Which musical duo performed the theme song for the 1981 movie Endless Love? 29. Which country has won the Eurovision Song Contest the most? 30. According to Forrest Gump, life is like a what? 31. Which Logie winning reality home renovation show returned to our TV screens this week? 32. Bowral is a town in which Australian state? 33. Goneril, Reagan & Cordelia are the daughters of which Shakespearean character? 34. Who did Annastacia Palaszczuk succeed as Queensland Premier? 35. How old will Robert Irwin turn this year on his December 1 birthday – a) 15; b) 17 or c)19? 36.,Who is captain of the Hawthorn Football Club? 37. To which family of musical instruments does the oboe belong? 38. Which two Australian TV stars lead the Gold Logie tally with five wins each? 39. In which sport has Sally Fitzgibbons made her name? 40. Who is the New Zealand Prime Minister?

Inspiring others to ‘have a go’ is Nangwarry resident Teresa Stewart’s motto when it comes to being an active voice and supporter within the local community.Teresa (pictured) was named the winner of EML (Employer’s Mutual Limited) $7000 Community Scholarship for the 2020 Limestone Coast Leadership Program – an initiative aimed at broadening leadership skills through personal growth, self-empowerment and relationship building. “I was shocked to win the scholarship,” Teresa said. “I’m from a small town of 500 people and just thought my application wouldn’t be good enough, as I didn’t even go to university.” Teresa, an administration manager at Basketball Mount Gambier, has lived in Nangwarry for 40 years and lives and breathes all things community. She has even helped establish a 10-year future plan for the local township. “I love this place, I was born here - it’s home,” Teresa said. “I’m an active volunteer at my four children’s sporting clubs, sit on various local committees and also chairperson at the local school. I’m now looking to use the scholarship to help Nangwarry thrive again for future generations and increase participation in sport while ensuring it’s inclusive for everyone. The local footy club is our hub for community engagement and social activities but many living in Nangwarry don’t play sport anymore or find it’s not financially viable.” Delivered by the Leaders Institute of South Australia, a key part of the Limestone Coast Leadership Program is a Community Action Project, where participants work together as a group to develop new initiatives for their community. “We focussed on how to increase options for locals with disabilities so they feel more included within the community.” Teresa said. “I’m extremely passionate about

ensuring sport is accessible for all members of our region including people struggling with mental illness.” EML general manager South Australia Josh Beckett said Teresa’s drive for community advocacy was what the scholarship and program was all about. “We’re proud to invest in future leaders at a local level to assist with the ongoing success of businesses, economies and communities,” Mr Beckett said. “It’s about nurturing local talent and encouraging them to step-up or stay in leadership roles in rural and regional areas.”. “I am very grateful to EML for supporting Nangwarry, where I can share my learnings to further support and grow our community,” Teresa said. Teresa started the program last December and with some COVID interruptions will wind up in October after being relegagted to Zoom sessions. “I have enjoyed the course and got a lot out of it so far.”

CHANCE FOR SOME FUN IN YOUR OWN BACKYARD Would your kids love a playground in their own backyard? Well now they can. Expressions of interest are invited for decommissioned playground equipment which was removed from Musgrave Avenue, Lucindale in 2018. The equipment is located at Lucindale and is offered for sale on an “as is, where is” basis. It includes - but is not limited to - a slippery dip, bridges, ladders and a platform. Inspections can be arranged by contacting Naracoorte Lucindale Council on (08)8760 1100 during business hours. The equipment is stored in pieces at Lucindale. It is for private use only, and does not meet Australian Standards.Expressions of interest close at 5pm on Friday, September 11. More information is available on the council website.

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Cover - County Grey welcomes Tommy Hilfiger to their store One of the world’s leading designer lifestyle brands, internationally recognised for celebrating the essence of classic American cool style, featuring preppy with a twist designs, is now available in Mount Gambier courtesy of County Grey. Tommy Hilfiger is now in store and not only can you head in for the usual expert, personalised styling advice, but County Grey staff can also walk you through remote shopping – sending photos and videos online and posting your selected garments and accessories throughout the Limestone Coast and South West Victoria for free. County Grey director Tina Clark was thrilled to be able to announce the addition of the iconic brand to the County Grey range. “It is pretty big for us to be able to have a huge brand locally,” Tina said. “We are really well stocked with the Tommy Hilfiger range – we have everything from shoes to underwear to chinos, shirts and everything in between.” County Grey has built its business on quality brands but also unrivalled customer service and that is as true as it has ever been. From coordinating new pieces to go with your existing wardrobe, to starting from scratch, the stylists at County Grey are there to help you. “The County Grey experience is not just about a new shirt or a tie, it’s about creating a wardrobe and streamlining a style,” Tina said.

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LIMESTONE COAST FOOTBALL LEAGUE GRAND FINAL “We focus on making styling easy for the local lad and we take all the pressure out of finding the right outfit. “We deliver the major brands from the city all in a one stop shop – we are very customer orientated.” County Grey is all about taking the fear factor out of fashion while keeping things simple. “The secret to being a well dressed man is your County Grey Stylist,” Tina said. And it’s not just about the clothes. County Grey is genuinely a one stop shop, from socks and shoes, to hats and belts, there is nothing a man

needs in his wardrobe that isn’t in store. It is all part of the County Grey philosophy – it’s about so much more than just new clothes, it’s about teaching guys how to build their wardrobe. “We all take great pride in taking the stress out of shopping, we even provide styling tips on our social media pages,” Tina said. “We really love it when a guy comes in and asks for advice on which shirt would be best and what they should wear it with.” So head into store or on social media today and check out all that County Grey has to offer, especially

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“Ï’m happy here still and as long as they’re happy with me, I guess I’ll just keep going.” That was the words of Sandy Palmer when she celebrated her 25th anniversary as part of the Mount Gambier team at Lawrence & Hanson. Sandy clocked up her 25 years of service in 2011 and only officially stepped away from her role at the electrical wholesaler last month, with a further nine years under her belt. The stream of text messages, emails and in-store visits on her final Friday, as well as the week leading into her fond farewell, were overwhelming for the bubbly, unassuming staff member, who has been a jack of all trades since joining the team, with current staff, former staff and a raft of customers joining the chorus of well wishes.

“The company changed hands many times but it never affected the way we worked as a team and how enjoyable it was there,” she said. When Sandy first adopted a role at Lawrence & Hanson she was a

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pinch hitter, helping out when full time employees were on leave, but it didn’t take long for her to fall in love with the business and for the business to realise her worth. When she started she could barely type, had a Telex machine as her primary form of communication and didn’t have an electrical bone in her body. But what she did have was a strong work ethic and a willingness to learn.

“Ïn the early days we were even encouraged to avoid using the phone because long distance calls cost so much,” Sandy said. “When I first started, if I didn’t know how to do something I would just ask questions and that’s pretty much what I did the whole time I was there. You had to ask questions and learn so you could sell people the right thing. If you can’t find something for someone, solve their problem, they will go to someone who can – the business down the road.” After 34 years Sandy admits she was still learning, even as she walked out the door. Ï can’t say I retained it all, though,” she said. “But the main

thing is, when I was working, I was always trying to to get my customers what they asked for – that was my main aim.” Like many people who stay in a role for decades, as well as who get intimately involved in the community – Sandy did that through netball and basketball, she has found herself working alongside generations of families as well as serving multi generations. “Ï have seen three

generations.” Customer service was always Sandy’s forte and her main focus and she believes it has never been more important. “You have to build that rapport right from the start,” Sandy said. “And now I have so many memories, had so many laughs and I still have contact with many of the customers I had from when I first began.”

And that’s why there was a stream of cards and gifts, visitors and walks

down memory lane for at least Sandy’s entire last week as well as the wall to wall celebrations on her final Friday, complete with cake, and an evening function at the South Aussie Hotel. “Ït definitely was an emotional day,” Sandy (pictured above & inset with husband Barry) said. “I call them my Lawrence & Hanson family and they have been a big part of my life. There were lots of people there who I didn’t expect to see. But I have walked out knowing it is time, knowing it is the right decision and know we can do what we want, when we want and at a slower pace.”

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When you get seventy community members to a public meeting chances are the project in question will get off the ground and that’s exactly what happened when the idea of a Men’s Shed in Naracoorte was first floated. Naracoorte Lucindale councillor Ken Schultz saw a Men’s Shed in operation at Nhill – the concept seemed a perfect fit for Naracoorte and so he, along with Mayor Erika Vickery, set the wheels in motion. Current member David Law said the impressive turnout for the public meeting confirmed Ken’s view, the men of Naracoorte would embrace the Men’s Shed idea, and in 2013 the group started up in the small space at the Senior Citizens Club.

“They (Senior Citizens Club) were very good to us,” David said. But the space was small and it didn’t take the group long to outgrow the showgrounds-based facility so building their own shed became top of

the agenda and construction started in 2016 before being officially unveiled in September 2017. It was thanks to the generosity of the community for the Men’s Shed’s fundraising campaign and the hard work of members that saw the realisation of their own dedicated space. That, and a $20,000 government grant, saw the finances required for the project secured. “The fundraising from the community was typical of a small town effort, it really was beautiful to see,’ David said. “It was a lovely big shed but it took us a very short time to fill it up and we definitely extend. Wood working and metal working don’t go together so there was the safety aspect as well.” The 2020 extension of that shed has again been made possible in part by an injection of Federal Government funds to the tune of $12,500, this time through the Stronger Communities Program. Member for Barker Tony Pasin MP recently visited the upgraded shed to

Above: David Law, Tony Pasin, Ken Schultz, Graham Henschke, Harold Leech

see the government’s money at work. “Men’s Sheds are so important to so many communities across the

country, particularly in our regions and especially at a time when people may be feeling more isolated and separated from family while travel restriction are in place,” Mr Pasin said. “Belonging to a social group is vitally important for emotional and mental health, now more than ever, and the local Men’s Shed is an important place for men to meet up and participate in meaningful projects. The Naracoorte Men’s Shed is an important part of the Naracoorte community, helping to make the community stronger.” There is some wiring and lighting to be completed but basically the next chapter of the Naracoorte Men’s Shed

has been written as it continues to be a helping hand in the community, as well as a social outlet for men across the district. “We have worked on so many projects wince we were first set up,” David said. “People bring us things to repair and mend, as well as making bench seats, refurbishing garden seats and some major projects for two kindergartens in the town.”

Church pews have been restored, bee hives and planter boxes have been constructed, with coat hangers and tool boxes all part of the Men’s Shed catalogue of work and the shed members have lovingly restored wheelbarrows, that were more

rusted metal and rotten wood than operational, historical wheelbarrows, for Casterton’s Warrock Homestead, the official birthplace of the kelpie. Border restrictions mean they are yet to be returned. “They look absolutely superb.” Naracoorte Men’s Shed has also worked closely with the Independent Learning Centre in Naracoorte for a number of years. “They would come up to the shed once a week and members would mentor them,” David said. They have fostered similar community partnerships with the local Cub Scouts and an offshoot of the CWA – the Limestone Coast Ladies. Naracoorte was not the only Men’s Shed in the region to secure funding in the latest round of the Stronger Communities Program but it did receive the largest slice of the just over $30,000 Limestone Coast pie.

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Let me teach you something... If I could pick any job, I’d pick teacher in the 1950s. I’ve never been a teacher, but I do know some people who are teachers. It doesn’t seem like such a great job…now. The teachers I know are all not quite right and I assume that is because being a teacher is a tough job these days. And don’t even get me started on principals. I wouldn’t give their troubles to a monkey on a rock. But only a few decades ago, I think it would have been a pretty darn good job being a teacher or principal. In the classroom of the 1950s, if a student did the wrong thing the teacher could whack them. If a teacher felt like it they could pick up a ruler or a book and use that to belt a kid. If they couldn’t be bothered walking the distance to physically assault the child, they could simply throw a nearby object at the student. Blackboard dusters were particularly useful for this purpose, but any nearby projectile would suffice. As I understand it, if teachers hit or throw objects at students in the year 2020, that would be frowned upon. Stupid political correctness and human rights. If the teacher got a sore hand from belting kids they could simply send the kid to the principal, essentially outsourcing the disciplinary proceedings. If the teacher or principal still felt the youngster hadn’t learnt their lesson, they could let the students’ parents know that he or she had been naughty, safe in the assumption that the little devil would cop an even better beating when they got home. These days if a teacher gives a student an angry look, they can expect a phone call, email or visit from an angry mum or dad demanding answers as to why the teacher is bullying Precious. I can tell my own story from childhood. In reception I took my mum’s lipstick to school. I’ve got no idea what I intended to do with the lippy. What I did do though was take the lipstick out into the yard at lunch time, using it to draw on school walls, the playground and some of the other kids. My teacher found out

what little Robbie had done, and after lunch I was confronted by an angry teacher who put me over her knee and gave me some forceful behaviour modification suggestions on my backside. I didn’t put a foot wrong for the next 13 years of my education. It’s fair to say I had a healthy respect for teachers from that day forward. Can you think of another job where if someone annoys you, you’re allowed to hit them? You can’t do that in retail. You can’t do that in hospitality. Even bouncers can’t really hit unruly patrons these days. Police are expected to talk politely to crazy people waving weapons at them. I suspect you’d get bored of hitting kids after a couple of days though. I’m not a total sadist. So how would I maintain enjoyment of my dream job after that? Back in the 50s it was acceptable for teachers to smoke. I’m not just talking in the carpark, or in the staff room. It was not unusual for teachers to smoke in the classroom. Just like teaching, smoking is something I’ve never done. As I write this, I’m wondering if the reason is that it’s just too difficult these days.

I don’t like doing things that take much effort, and finding somewhere you’re allowed to smoke these days is just too tiring for me. The whole cancer thing doesn’t really interest me either. But back in the 50s people didn’t realise everything killed you so it would have been just good fun. Another thing that would have been great about being a teacher back then would have been that there wasn’t as much history as there is now. Less facts and dates to remember. Winner winner. To be honest, it wouldn’t have been a big deal if you simply made some facts up back then anyway. With no internet, there was no way the students could check if you were right or not. You could make facts up safe in the knowledge that no one would challenge you as you were the unquestioned source of information in the room, and if they irritated you, you were able to produce a metre ruler to settle the disagreement. Teaching today seems like a really tough job from what I see and hear. Like many people, it’s been a tough year for teachers as they’ve had to cope with plenty of challenges. I know many have been put in tough positions and challenging circumstances that most of us in our workplaces would have considered unsafe and battled on admirably. So to all those teachers out there, thanks for your efforts this year. Maybe all of us with kids should make an effort to flick a thank you to our kids’ teachers this week. If you think your job is better than 1950s teachers, email me at robbietansel@gmail.com

Korean fried cauliflour 1 cup plain flour 1/4 cup)cornflour 1 teaspoon baking powder 1 1/4 cups chilled soda water 350g trimmed cauliflower, cut into very small florets Peanut oil, to deep-fry Steamed rice, to serve Sesame seeds, to sprinkle Green shallots, trimmed, sliced, to serve

CHILLI SAUCE 1 tablespoon peanut oil 3 garlic cloves, crushed 2/3 cup tomato passata 1/3 cup hot chilli sauce (like Sriracha) 1/3 cup water 2 tablespoons brown sugar 2 tablespoons light soy sauce 3 teaspoons rice vinegar 1 teaspoon sesame oil

Method To make the sauce, heat the oil in a wok over high heat. Stir-fry the garlic for 30 seconds or until aromatic. Add the passata, chilli sauce, 80ml (1/3 cup) water, sugar, soy sauce and vinegar. Simmer, stirring occasionally, for 15 minutes or until thickened. Stir through the sesame oil. Set aside. Whisk together the flour, cornflour and baking powder in a large bowl. Make a well in the centre. Slowly pour in the soda water, whisking to form a smooth batter. Toss the cauliflower through to coat. Heat 2cm oil in a large saucepan over high heat to 160C. Cook the cauliflower, in batches, for 3 minutes or until golden. Use a slotted spoon to transfer to a wire rack set over a baking tray to drain. Return the wok with the sauce to medium heat. Toss through the cauliflower. Serve on a bed of rice, sprinkled with sesame seeds and shallot.


Santa Claus will still be coming to town As the poular Christmas song promises - Santa Claus is coming to town - but in 2020, Mount Gambier city officials are just not 100 per cent sure when adn where. The joll yman in red has had a standing booking in his diary for the NF McDonnell and Sons Mount Gambier Christmas Parade but plans are afoot to change the format of the popular festive season launch. Mount Gambier Mayor Lynette Martin OAM has been in talks with the South Australian Premier Steven Marshall and Sant’s North Pole headquarters to coordinate his 2020 visit. “I have been assured by the Premier that, just like Easter Bunny, Father Christmas will be permitted to cross the border into South Australia just in time for Christmas,” Mayor Martin said. “It is disappointing that the pandemic has forced our hand,

however I welcome this solution focused approach to deliver some form of visit by Father Christmas to try and retain some magic and sparkle in the season for all our residents.” Plans are still being finalised for just how Santa’s 2020 visit will look but details will be revelaed as soon as possible. Organisers are continueing to explore alternative arrangements, with physical distancing measures difficult to implement and monitor amongst spectators and participants. “We have been continually monitoring the situation surrounding COVID-19, however given the volume of people that attend each year, it would be at odds with public health advice to attract a large crowd,” City of Mount Gambier general manager city growth Judy Nagy said. “Given the situation just across the border at

Arts projects in the spotlight The City of Mount Gambier Creative Arts Fund is now open for applications, with a total of $50,000 available to local artists, not-for-profit organisations and community groups to support the delivery of vibrant, creative and contemporary projects. The Creative Arts Fund aims to to support programs, projects, initiatives and events that enrich Mount Gambier and encourage cultural tourism through the activation of public spaces that create a vibrant street culture, attract visitors and generate a sense of community attachment and civic pride. City of Mount Gambier arts and cultural development officer Serena Wong said or the 2020/21 allocations there was an increase in the amount of funding available as we see the creation of public art as a celebration of Mount Gambier and its residents. “Not only do we get to highlight the talent this region attracts, but also champion our outdoor spaces,” Ms

Wong said. Previous recipient Justin Clarke was able to complete his concept Shine in the South East, a mural in Commerce Arcade, with the assistance of a grant from the 2019/2020 round of the Creative Arts Fund. “I am very grateful to be given the opportunity to work on a mural like this to try and beautify our city,” Justin (pictured) said. “I feel it is extremely important to continue to fund projects for artists to showcase their talents, as well as enhancing the landscape, and also potentially boosting tourism for our city.” The funding is available for creative projects within Mount Gambier including a site-specific project at Ripley Arcade in Commercial Street West. Projects may focus on performing and visual arts, literature, film, design, multimedia, history and heritage and must align with the City of Mount Gambier Community Plan, Culture and Heritage Plan and Public Art Strategy, with applications assessed against the priorities detailed in the program guidelines. The guidelines and application form for the Creative Arts Fund are available at www. mountgambier.sa.gov.au/ creativeartsfund Applications close on Monday, September 14, at 5pm.

the moment, there are no certainties with regards to how the virus and subsequent restrictions will play out.” While the council has endorsed a recommendation to not proceed with the event in 2020 in its usual format, a different form of circulation by Father Christmas around the city and the potential for additional activities is currently being explored. “Given that many months of preparation go into delivering the Christmas Parade and with entries for the parade traditionally opening in September, Council endorsed a plan to explore an alternative model for 2020,” Ms Nagy said. One thing that can be assured, is Christmas and Santa’s pre-Christmas city visit will not be cancelled. Council is continuing to work with the Chamber of Commerce to develop

a suitable solution to launching Christmas in the city to support local businesses in place of the traditional parade. Naming rights sponsor NF McDonnell and Sons have backed the decision and thrown their support behind future events. “It is the right move in these times of such uncertainty and whilst it is unfortunate, NF McDonnell and Sons are supportive of the council’s decision and are committed to being on board for 2021 and future years of the parade,” NF McDonnell and Sons general manager business Ken Sanders said. The Blue Lake Brass Band Festival has not been so lucky with border restrictions ending any hopes of a 2020 competition. Above - Santa Claus arriving in stylke in Mount Gambier at last year’s NF McDonnell and Sons Mount Gambier Christmas Parade - he will be here in 2020 but when and where is still to be locked in.

August 26 1873 - First free kindergarten in the United States is started by Susan Blow, in Carondelet, a suburb of St. Louis, Missouri. 1910 – Nobel Peace Prize winner (1979) Mother Teresa was born. 1950 - Australia defeated the United States in the Davis Cup - the first of 16 wins for Harry Hopman (pictured) as captain.

Right - The Portland Brass Band is always a highlight with their outfits as much as their music but in 2020 there will be no Blue Lake Brass Band Festival and no traditional parade.

WHALE NAMED IN HONOUR OF BELOVED LOCAL Southern Right Whale #90719 will hereafter be known as ‘Keryn’ in a touching tribute to Portland local Keryn Yuill, a keen citizen scientist and lover of the ocean, who sadly passed away earlier this year. The whale was named by Portland local, Anne-Maree Burgoine, winner of the ‘Log, Spot and Win’ Whale Watching competition jointly coordinated by Glenelg Shire Council, Great Ocean Road Regional Tourism, DWELP and SWIFFT. The competition was devised to encourage whale watchers to log their sightings on the official webpage, assisting DWELP with their Southern Right Whale Photo Identification Project, and to encourage regional visitors to the spectacular Glenelg coastline. Ms Burgoine, who is also an ocean enthusiast, was drawn randomly as the winner out of 13 eligible sightings. “Keryn is the name of a dear friend and club-mate who passed away suddenly on the Australia Day long weekend. She was a botanist, field naturalist and ocean lover through surfing and open water swimming. She was a great mum, grandmother, and great grandmother. She was also my friend, wise counsel and playmate for many, many years,” Ms Burgoine said. Along with the rare honour of naming the whale, Ms Burgoine will also receive a luxury whale watching weekend at the Cape Nelson Lighthouse cottages and a four-course degustation for two at Portland’s Clock By The Bay restaurant, once restriction ease. Great Ocean Road Regional Tourism’s Liz Price said whale watching was the perfect activity to promote over the school holidays as it allowed individuals and families to get outdoors and have fun whilst socially distancing.“Whale arrivals ensure winter is a magical time to visit our region and with travel restrictions in place has been a great opportunity for locals to get out and explore their own backyard. We are excited the whale is being named for a much-loved local who was truly at home in the Southern Ocean!” Ms Price said. Above - Keryn Yuill, Michelline Murphy & Anne-Maree Burgoine fresh from a Pier to Club swim at Bridgewater.

ARE SUPPLEMENTS THE ANSWER? If you think you need a boost through vitamins and other supplements check with a GP or naturopath first to get maximum bang for your buck and ensure they can pinpoint exactly what vitamins and minerals you require and any contraindications that could arise.

UPDATING THE KIDS’ BEDROOMS When babies outgrow the pastel colors often favoured for a nursery, transform the space with an all new look in bold primary colors or with a stunning wall mural.


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The City of Mount Gambier Sport and Recreation Capital Works Program is now open for applications. The program is open to sport and recreation groups and organisations within Mount Gambier and aims to encourage and assist in the development and capital renewal of sport and recreation infrastructure within the city. One hunderd thousand dollars has been allocated to the program from council’s 2020/2021 budget with applications invited for capital improvement projects with a minimum total cost of $10,000. City of Mount Gambier General Manager Community Wellbeing Barbara Cernovskis said the COVID-19 Community Development Fund recently provided an investment into local community infrastructure to the value of approximately $270,000, and given it was oversubscribed council was pleased to be able to extend a similar offering as part of this annual program. The types of projects that will be considered under the funding program include capital renewal of existing infrastructure, capital upgrades, new capital assets or projects that are aimed at increasing the community usage of specific sport or recreation facilities. “Since the program’s inception in 2010, council has been able to provide approximately $900,000 in grants to assist with new developments, additions or renovations to sport and recreation facilities in the City,” Ms Cernovskis said. East Gambier Cricket Club was able to complete a building addition (pictured above) at its Scott Park base at the McDonald Park Sports precinct with the assistance of grant from the 2019/2020 round of the Sport and Recreation Capital Works Program.

Hamilton Gallery and the Greater Hamilton Library are seeking expressions of interest (EOI) for a $7000 public art mural to activate and support the local arts community during this difficult time. Theartwork will be developed for a 10metre length of wall at the entry to the Hamilton Gallery and Hamilton Library. Gallery director Joshua White said while there is no specific theme or design in mind for the commission, it should foster community pride. “Now more than ever, we need the arts to bring optimism and happiness,” he said. “We know artists everywhere are having a hard time, this is just one way the gallery, library and council are supporting the local arts, while strengthening our cultural identity. The sculptural works by artist

East Gambier Cricket Club president Michael Little explained that a pergola structure has now been built over the front of a existing canteen building. “This not only benefits cricket players and spectators during the summer months but also junior football patrons when the ground is used during the winter months,” Mr Little said. ”Without the funding support from the Sport and Recreation Capital Works Program, the East Gambier Cricket Club would not have been able to improve its facilities, which in turn provides the ability to attract events to Mount Gambier of a regional and state level.” Preference will be given to projects that demonstrate a high level of selfhelp as evidenced by matching funds or significant in-kind contributions by the organisation, and the use of local suppliers and contractors. “The applicant’s contributions for this purpose may include cash from the organisation’s own resources, grants or funds from sponsors or other sources, or in-kind support in the form of labour or service,” Ms Cernovskis said. Further information about the program including the program guidelines and application form can be found on Council’s website at www.mountgambier.sa.gov.au/ SRCWProgram Applications close on Monday, August 31, at 5pm.

Ian Bow that have been on the wall for many years, have recently been removed for a much needed rest and conservation work. They will go on exhibition next year for the gallery’s 60th anniversary.” Mr White said. Southern Grampians Shire has a significant number of public artworks and this will add to the assortment. The work will be positioned outside the entrance to the Gallery and Library. “We are seeking a big, bold, high-quality artwork to reflect these important cultural facilities and to represent our strong local arts scene,” Mr White said. Southern Grampians Shire Council director of planning and development, Andrew Goodsell said this commission demonstrates council’s commitment to activation of public

Mapping history one grave at a time The Friends of the Robe Cemetery were very fortunate to spark the interest of Andrew Frost who travelled to Robe recently to share his expertise with members. Andrew Frost is a PhD student from Flinders University and his research is in using geophysical methods to locate unmarked graves. “I am using two different methods here in Robe,” Andrew said. “The first is ground penetrating radar, this is a very common method used in locating unmarked graves. The second is electronic resistivity tomography, this gives a slightly different view of the sub-surface.Both methods look for changes in the soil profile that indicate disturbance, that is what I’m looking for, signs of disturbance of the soil, I cannot see anything that may be in the grave site. I feel it is important to locate these unmarked grave sites. Often family groups are

searching for long gone relatives, or local groups are wanting to complete their local histories.” Andrew particularly enjoys working with local communities saying as a scientist I find it important to be able to show local communities how my science can help them. Whilst his research is in locating unmarked graves, Andrew finds that being part of Flinders Archaeology gives him the chance to use his geophysics skills in other archaeological areas, such as previous work locating the foundations of the old St. Johns Church in Port Elliot. The Friends of the Robe Cemetery group will use the information and data provided by Andrew to verify and update the only map the council have of the historical cemetery grounds. A significant area was mapped over the three days Andrew spent in Robe

Other criteria council was required to meet as part of the application to CMCA included demonstrated access to a general shopping area and provision of appropriate low cost overnight parking. In return for providing these facilities, CMCA supports all towns and cities with RV friendly status through promotion to CMCA members and the broader self-contained RV community. Joining the RV Friendly Town network will deliver direct benefits to the local business community as Mount Gambier will be promoted to RV travellers across Australia through the CMCA club magazine, website and social media channels. CMCA said being classed an RV Friendly Town would assist to promote the region’s attractions and capture a part of this large growth market. “With these amenities in place, RV

tourists can access any RV Friendly Town knowing they will be welcomed and well looked after,” CMCA chairman Kim Atkinson said.“Through social media and word of mouth, RV tourists will quickly let their fellow travellers know what a great place Mount Gambier is to visit and experience what it is that makes the city so unique. RV friendly town signs have recently been installed at the key entrances to the city, with further signage to be installed in coming weeks to provide clear directions to the RV parking area and dump point at Frew Park.

Mount Gambier earns ‘friendly’ tag It’s official - Mount Gambier is a friendly town, an RV friendly town at the very least. The City of Mount Gambier applied to The Campervan and Motorhome Club of Australia (CMCA) and have been given the tick of approval. In order to qualify for the program, towns and cities must successfully meet the needs of self-contained RV travellers and satisfy key criteria including access to potable water and a free dump point. City of Mount Gambier Mayor Lynette Martin OAM said council had been encouraged by various organisations and individuals over a number of years to pursue ‘RV friendly status’ under the CMCA RV Friendly Town Program. “This feedback helped to support the development of a recreational vehicle (RV) parking area and dump point at Frew Park which wa completed in May last year,”Mayor Martin said.”

spaces. “We recognise that cultural projects such as this develop our community’s sense of place, identity and pride,” Mr Goodsell said. “They activate spaces and help to enrich our lives. During a time of hardship, these projects can help a community to feel connected.” Applications for the EOI close on August 30, at 5pm. Council is seeking the installation of the work to occur in mid-September. For further details and an application form please visit the gallery website.

Left - City of Mount Gambier Mayor Lynette Martin OAM at one of the new RV Friendly Town signs at the city’s Blue Lake Sports Park town entrance on Jubilee Highway East.

however the group are hopeful they can encourage him to return in the future to complete the project. Above - Local historian Jan Bermingham, Lorraine Elliott, and Tony Bateman pictured with Andrew Frost (centre) learn about the ground penetrating radar equipment used in the Robe Cemetery.

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1 Gardiner Terrace, Mount Gambier

21 Robin Street, Mount Gambier

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Welcome to 1 Gardiner Terrace, a very neat and tidy 3 bedroom home situated in a fabulous location, within walking distance of shopping, sporting facilities and schools. Offering a functional timber kitchen with 5 burner gas cooktop/electric oven and dishwasher. All three bedrooms are carpeted and each have built-in robes. The bathroom with separate bath and shower is centrally positioned to the bedrooms and the toilet is separate. Undercover access straight into the home from the double length carport. This carport also leads through to the huge shed of approximately 9m x 9m – this will delight the shed lovers. With low maintenance gardens and secure back yard for pets and children, this wonderful property is warmed beautifully with slow combustion heating as well as being fitted with a split system air conditioning unit – year round comfort is on offer here. Do not delay in calling Sara O’Connor to book your inspection.

Fondly remembered by many as one of Mount Gambier’s iconic Christmas houses, 21 Robin Street is situated on a corner allotment offering loads of potential. Featuring 3 bedrooms (main with BIR’s), updated kitchen with electric cooking and a huge living room with r/c split system air conditioning along with neat bathroom with separate bath and shower, laundry and study/sunroom or potential 4th bedroom. The unique outdoor areas are both private and secure including an enclosed patio, linking the house to the single car garage, which is complete with large workshop area and extra toilet. Loads of bonuses include security roller shutters on all windows, solar panels, rainwater tanks and a distinctive array of garden ornaments and pot plants all included with the home. Conveniently located around the corner from Swallow Drive Shopping Centre and within walking distance to Grant High School the home is a great opportunity for first home buyers or investors.

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- Unique lifestyle property on approximately half an acre in Yahl - Plenty of room for the family with the emphasis on space - The lower level has open plan kitchen/dining/lounge plus separate toilet and laundry - Upstairs offers 4-5 bedrooms or 4 plus study, ensuite plus bathroom and huge family room - Double garage UMR with remote plus large second shed Contact Sara O'Connor 0438 708 281 4/5 2 6

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- Nestled in one of Mount Gambier’s most beautiful areas and hidden from the street - Positioned on a large 4,145m2 allotment, oozing character and class with timeless architecture and quality refinements - Classic features with modern luxuries - Polished floor boards, feature fire places and high ceilings mixed with modern conveniences including r/c ducted air conditioning Contact Gail 0409 268 199 or Al 0418 849 266 4 2 3

55 MATTHEW FLINDERS WAY, MT GAMBIER

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- Beautifully positioned solid brick home, located in a quiet cul-desac and within a short distance of many schools and the Lakes Walking Trails - All bedrooms with BIR’s & main with ensuite plus a separate study - Spacious living areas with a modern kitchen featuring island bench with BI wine rack & drinks fridge - Single garage UMR as well as additional Colorbond shed & workshop Contact Sara 0438 708 281 or Al 0418 849 266 3 2 4

$439,000 NEW PRICE

93 SHEPHERDSON RD, MT GAMBIER $749,000-$769,000

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SATURDAY 11.45-12.15

- Ultimate designer family home, built by a well-known local builder and featuring a modern and spacious floor plan - Huge open plan kitchen/dining/living area which offers beautiful elevated views over the Conroe Heights landscape - Master bedroom suite includes his and hers WIR’s plus a sparkling large ensuite offering plenty of natural light - Extra features include s/c wood fire, large solar system & study Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266 4 2 4

$230,000-$240,000 Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

Open

- Solid, well positioned 3 bedroom home within a short walk to schools, playgrounds and shops - The open plan lounge/dining contains gas heating and ceiling fan is also finished with new timber flooring and new blinds - Brand new bathroom with gorgeous floating vanity and modern tiles - If you have previously inspected this property you are invited back to look at the completed bathroom, toilet & electrical & plumbing works Contact Sara O’Connor 0438 708 281 3 1 1

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9 KYRENIA CRT, MT GAMBIER

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37 BLUEBELL DR, 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

4 IRVEN ST, PT MACDONNELL

$449,000

Open

SATURDAY 1.00-1.30

- Situated on a 1097m2 elevated allotment with 2 driveways and great views! - Reverse cycle ducted air conditioning - Substantial butlers panty, stone benchtops & quality floor coverings - Five large bedrooms, master suite with WIR & sumptuous ensuite - Alfresco dining, fully landscaped & with rear yard access - Concrete driveways and paths surround the home - Latest design by Versace Home Builders Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266 5 2.5 2

- Beautifully renovated stone home set on a 4058m2 allotment just a short stroll from the beach - Open plan kitchen/dining, huge tiled lounge area plus a huge rear under cover entertaining area - Colourbond shed 18m x 9m x 2.9m clearance has drive through access, workshop & loft - Rain & mains water supply and extra off street parking

1 SILVERBROOK AVE, MT GAMBIER $439,000-$449,000

157 WEHL ST NORTH, MT GAMBIER $195,000-$205,000

- Beautiful light filled open plan living space features a modern kitchen with s/s appliances, dishwasher, b/ bar - 4 bedrooms, main with WIR and ensuite - Paved alfresco area with bi-fold doors & patio blinds overlooks the secure back yard - DBL garage UMR with remote roller door & internal access and rear yard access to a SGL detached garage with concrete floor Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199 4 2 3

- Tastefully renovated solid stone home - Spacious lounge with a s/c wood heater and ceiling fan - Open plan dining/kitchen with modern upgrades that include stainless steel appliances and electric cooking - 3 queen sized bedrooms, all freshly carpeted - Outside offers an undercover deck perfect for entertaining, lots of shedding and a private & secure rear yard Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199 3 1 3

Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

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NEW VIDEO - Stunning split-level home, architecturally designed with an emphasis on space, energy efficiency and natural light - 4 double bedrooms, 3 living areas & a study/5th bedroom - Kitchen with a large island bench and plenty of space & storage - Polished timber floors, high raked ceilings, porcelain tiles, three phase power, rainwater and gas under floor heating - Two garage spaces with internal access and drive through access Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199 5 2 3

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Magnificent Federation Style home built to the highest standards 5795m2 allotment walking distance to Tenison Woods College Updated kitchen with new flooring, electric cooking & dishwasher 3 bedrooms under the main roof plus a large 1 bedroom selfcontained unit - Private & beautifully established gardens with veggie garden & fruit trees Contact Al 0418 849 266 or Gail 0409 268 199 4 3 3


Al Lamond SALES M: 0418 849 266

Gail Richards SALES M: 0409 268 199

298 RUWOLDT RD, YAHL 3 ACRES

$599,000

- 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 2 5

305 WOODLANDS RD, YAHL 7.5 ACRES

Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

GLENBURNIE HEIGHTS

18 TURNBULL DR, WORROLONG

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49 KIRIP RD, GLENCOE

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Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

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$89,000

Quiet cul-de-sac with elevated views Situated close to the Glenelg River Bitumen road frontage & power connected Build your dream home or holiday retreat and relax by the river Get ready for fishing

Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

LAND

103 MEYLIN ST, PT MACDONNELL

$449,000

- Just one street back from the foreshore is this four bedroom, two bathroom home - Boasting stunning ocean views, natural light and sunshine and large windows framing the bay scenery to perfection - Double 9m x 9m car garage UMR with workshop - Flexible design allowing potential for dual occupancy – the perfect property to Air BnB (STCA) Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

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$360,000-$380,000

144 SUTTONTOWN RD, SUTTONTOWN

- Exciting new subdivision overlooking the Mount Gambier Racecourse and surrounding countryside, located within minutes from the City Centre - Power & town water connected - Magnificent opportunity to build your dream home, with plenty of room for sheds and stables (S.T.C.A) - ONLY 2 ALLOTMENTS LEFT!

7 HOLLOWAY ST, DONOVANS

$849,000

- Solid brick home on a 1960m2 allotment in the heart of Glencoe - Two spacious living areas include s/c wood heating and built in bar along with a separate games room/fourth bedroom - Large country kitchen with dishwasher, breakfast bar & electric cooking - 18x5m outdoor alfresco area evoking a country rustic vibe - A double carport, a 18mx6m shed with power and lights and a low maintenance allotment Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199 3 1 5

Starting from $129,000

LAND

Ben Ransom SALES M: 0400 870 362

- Immaculate sandstone and limestone period façade, classic English box hedges, luscious lawns and manicured gardens create an unforgettable lasting impression - 5 luxurious bedrooms, the master with WIR and ensuite - 3 living areas, including formal dining and lounge, open plan family, meals and gourmet kitchen and separate rumpus room - Stunning paved alfresco area complete with lighting & roller blinds 5 3 2 Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

$659,500

- Huge solid brick family home situated on a 7.5 acre allotment in the popular Yahl district - Three living areas with s/c wood heating - Country style timber kitchen complete with electric cooking & dishwasher - Excellent shedding including double carport UMR, 11m x 7m shed with 2.4m clearance along with large workshop space and loft

Sara O'Connor SALES M: 0438 708 281

$105,000

Build your dream home here 2428m2 allotment in the Suttontown area Close to Suttontown Primary School & Mount Gambier Hospital Services passing

8 DRY CREEK RD, DONOVANS

LAND

$99,000-$108,000

- Get your building plans ready and start planning your weekends away in Donovans - This fabulous block of approximately 389m2 will provide you with views of the Glenelg River - Power and STEDS run past the block - A reluctant sale, get in quick to secure your own piece of paradise! Contact Sara O'Connor 0438 708 281

39 PASCOE RD, PT MACDONNELL

LAND

$699,000

- Outstanding coastal residence with exceptional shedding - Massive 10mx18m double bay shed with 3.4m clearance roller doors perfect for boating and caravan enthusiasts - Five bedroom home - master bedroom with WIR and ensuite. - Beautiful living area with chef’s kitchen including walk-in pantry & granite benchtops - Huge indoor alfresco area perfect for all year round entertaining Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199 5 2 6

Carolyn Gazzard CLIENT SERVICES P: (08) 8723 3416

35 ELDRIDGE DR, WORROLONG

$720,000

- The perfect fusion of Hamptons meets luxe federation, providing a practical floor plan with an emphasis on space, entertaining and breathtaking views - All the features of a character home, including hardwood floors, mantles & feature lead light mixed with modern necessities - Three stunning living areas spilling out to an undercover alfresco area and paved courtyard Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199 4 2 2

32937 PRINCES HWY, BURRUNGULE 75 ACRES

9 STABLEFORD CRT, WORROLONG

3 BRUINS RD, WANDILO 2.91 ACRES

44 ST. ANDREWS DR, WORROLONG

26 RIDDOCH HWY, TARPEENA

- Picturesque rural living allotment of 2.91ac, only 10 minutes drive from the city - Situated on the western side of Mount Gambier, close to Tenison Woods College & Compton Primary School - Price includes rural style fencing with 3 phase power and phone to the boundary

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Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

LOT 2&21 EIGHT MILE CREEK RD, PT MAC

From $115,000

- 5.16 acre (Lot 2) & 3.46 acre (Lot 21) allotments located within walking distance of the beach - Lot 2 - $135,000 & Lot 21 - $115,000 - Minutes from the Port MacDonnell General Store, Hotel and Chemist - Zoned Primary Production in the District Council of Grant - Located opposite Woolwash Caravan Park - Build your new two storey dream home! (S.T.C.A) Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266 LAND

21 BRYAN ST, ALLENDALE EAST

$299,000-$309,000

- If you love gardening and cooking your own produce then this amazing property is for you! - Attractive three bedroom home with a sustainable garden that is packed full of fruit and veggies season after season - 3 Bedroom home featuring open plan living with wood heating and r/c air conditioning. - Outdoor alfresco area with built in fireplace Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199 3 1 1

$150,000

- Beautiful views of the lush, manicured fairway! - Fairway Estate offers a wonderful lifestyle choice for those who are looking for a piece of serenity - Within minutes from the Marketplace Shopping Precinct - Flat allotment that is approximately 778m2 - Get your “dream home” plans drawn up & take advantage of the building grant incentives currently on offer! LAND Contact Sara O'Connor 0438 708 281

$135,000

LAND

$789,000

- Magnificent Federation Style home offering formal lounge and dining, designer kitchen 900mm freestanding gas oven - Four large bedrooms, 1 with WIR plus master ensuite, and 2 with BIR’s - Well established gardens with impressive veggie garden and variety of fruit trees - 65,000L rain water tank, town water and equipped bore Contact Al 0418 849 266 or Sara 0438 708 281 4 2 8

$799,000-$820,000

- Outstanding country property set on 75 acres - Separate family room, formal lounge and upgraded kitchen - So much shedding including 14x6m enclosed iron shed, large implement shed, stable with shearing shed and much more! - Fenced into 10 paddocks with sheep & cattle yards, the property is well set up to those wanting to run cattle, sheep or horses and live a peaceful country lifestyle Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266 4 1 8+

Tegan Pink ADMINISTRATION P: (08) 8723 3416

$110,000

First home buyers, escape the rental rut Offering a flat allotment with 2 street frontages Investors check out the development potential Approx. 1,466m2 allotment zoned Township One of the cheapest homes in Tarpeena

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13 MEYLIN ST, PT MACDONNELL

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$155,000

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Centrally located allotment with unique early settlement cottage Stripped interior ready for your renovation Local history being the former home of Granny Williams Offering sailcloth wall cladding with Cornish style double sided fireplace - 507m2 allotment with great shedding & new septic connected - Ripe for renovation or remove & build your new home (S.T.C.A.) Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

LAND

LOT 2 PRIVATE RD, CARPENTER ROCKS

$425,000

- Amazing opportunity to purchase just over an acre of elevated land with amazing views to Gerloff Bay & the Southern Ocean - The property offers an exciting range of opportunities, renovate the existing 3 bedroom cottage or build your new 2 storey dwelling (S.T.C.A.), offering spectacular coastal & ocean views

Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

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Chris Manser

Garth Manser

Elisha Beare

Bernie Manser

Candyce Cory

Real Estate & Livestock Sales

Real Estate & Livestock Sales

Real Estate Sales Property Management

Property Management

Property Management

0417 414 127

0417 071 180

0407 213 023

0407 235 345

0427 333 517 RLA 280309

Ph 08 8723 6866 | Fax 08 8723 3809 | 50 James Street, Mount Gambier | admin@gtlivestock.com.au | www.gtlivestock.com.au 8 VICTOR STREET, MOUNT GAMBIER

6 HEAVER DRIVE, MOUNT GAMBIER

TRACT N O C R E UND $235,000

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TURN YOUR DREAM INTO A REALITY This spacious family home is conveniently located within walking distance to Mulga Street Primary School, is situated on a 643 m2 Allotment and offers spacious family living. comprising three bedrooms, two with built in Robes, a generous lounge area with slow combus on wood hea ng and a reverse cycle split system for your convenience, kitchen

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with pantry, double sink and a breakfast bar overlooking the dining area, large bathroom with bath, shower and vanity, even the toilet is spacious! Outside features include a single car garage with a remote roller door, a garden shed, an undercover BBQ area and with the addi on of 1 small gate the rear yard will be secure and offer the perfect space for the kids and pets to enjoy.

$299,000

15 WEHL STREET SOUTH, MOUNT GAMBIER

$579,000

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living area, formal dining, expansive lounge with gas hea ng and a R/C A/C, kitchen with electric cooking, bathroom with shower and vanity and a separate toilet off the laundry area – Possibili es for the purchaser of this unique property include conver ng the home to offices with the poten al of carparks at the rear, purchasing both Titles and build on the Eleanor Street

$249,000

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dining with polished floorboards. Original bathroom including pedestal basin. Old stables outside have been converted to storage & a handy teenagers retreat or mancave. Freshly painted throughout. Currently leased at $255.00 per week on a fixed lease to March 2021.

UNIT 2/18 LEE COURT, MT GAMBIER

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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

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YOUR NEXT INVESTMENT AWAITS What an ideal investment opportunity this well posi oned Mt Gambier stone home presents. Situated on a large 1039m2 allotment in a commercial zone, the property offers three bedrooms with BIRs, lounge featuring decora ve cornices, ceiling rose, woodfire & built-in shelving. Updated kitchen with electric cooking & servery to

5 7 KENNEDY AVENUE, MOUNT GAMBIER

$670,000

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with a second shower and a toilet in the Laundry area, sizable lounge with slow combus on wood hea ng. – Other features of the home include gas ducted hea ng, r/c a/c, large rear yard with elevated mber deck, built in bar and zip track blinds for comfort and convenience. – Currently leased at $300 per week un l December 2020, the ideal family home or investment.

229 COMMERCIAL STREET WEST, MOUNT GAMBIER

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PRIME LOCATION ENDLESS OPPORTUNITIES – This charming home is situated on the corner of Wehl St Sth & Eleanor Street on a 1201m2 allotment across two Titles – The home maintains old world charm with high ceilings, ornate cornice, ceiling roses and stained mber skir ngs and architraves – 3 bedrooms with the op on of a 4th bedroom or second

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COMFORTABLE FAMILY LIVING IN SOUGHT AFTER LOCATION – Solid stone Family home on a 912m2 allotment in a highly sought-a er loca on. – 3 bedrooms, main with BIR, open plan modern kitchen / dining area with electric cooking, double sink, dishwasher and a large pantry, Bathroom with bath shower and basin

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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

$359,000 LUXURIOUS UNIT IN PRIME LOCATION – Luxurious, conveniently located units located close to schools, shops, The Mount Gambier Hospital and the centre of town – Unit 2 – 3 bedrooms, main with WIR and ensuite, built in robes in remaining 2 bedrooms

CLEARING SALE PRELIMINARY NOTICE

Farm Equipment & machinery, household furniture, various household items, tools & camping equipment FULL LIST AVAILABLE AT www.gtlivestock.com.au Covid-19 restric ons will apply CONTACT: Garth Manser 0417 071 180 or Gary Trahar 0429 021 845

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– Gas cooking, dishwasher, ample cupboard space, gas ducted hea ng, under cover outdoor entertaining, low maintenance gardens

List your property with us for the month of August to receive these benefits!

A/C Trahar

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MT GAMBIER | MILLICENT | PORT MACDONNELL | ROBE | BEACHPORT 1 Wehl Street South, Mount Gambier 08 8724 9999 and 98 George Street, Millicent 8733 1989

malseeds.com.au 3 Lumidin Dr, Mt Gambier

$315,000

3 Lexington Cres, Mt Gambier

OPEN

W NE

$290,000 - $310,000

ICE PR

OPEN

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Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

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14 Arthur St, Penola

$550,000 - $580,000

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OPEN

1 Springs Rd, Pt MacDonnell

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$469,000 - $499,000

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

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Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

6 Hill Cres, Mt Gambier

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Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

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$268,000

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Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

Jason 0419 032 795

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Bronwyn 8724 9999

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10 Peake Tce, Nangwarry

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Wendy 0468 692 993

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$136,000 - $138,000

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

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10 Mcenroe Rd, Tarpeena

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

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$120,000

OPEN

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Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

8 MacKenzie St, Mt Gambier

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

10 Hammer Crt, Mt Gambier

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Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

From $169,000

Lot 5 McKay Rd, Compton

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$260,000 - $270,000

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SATURDAY 2.30-2.45PM

24-26 Livingston St, Blackfellows Caves $365,000 - $375,000

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$179,000

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$280,000 - $300,000

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57 Crouch St North, Mt Gambier

Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

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$240,000

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3/7 Bonshor St, Millicent

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$139,000

LA ND

Lot 2 McKay Rd, Compton

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LA ND

$140,000 - $149,000

Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

OPEN

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OPEN

SATURDAY 10.30-10.45AM

SATURDAY 2.00-2.15PM

$400,000 - $430,000

32 Su ontown Rd, Mt Gambier

1/6 Gerloff St, Mt Gambier

2

SATURDAY 1.15-1.30PM

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$340,000 - $349,000

OPEN

OPEN

SATURDAY 11.30-12.00PM

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

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37/20 O’Leary Rd, Mt Gambier

SATURDAY 10.00-10.15AM

$760,000-$790,000

2H OM ES

35 Matheson Rd, Millicent

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$160,000 - $165,000

SATURDAY 10.00-10.30AM

SATURDAY 9.30-9.45AM

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

8 Manda St, Mt Gambier

Centenary View Estate Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

Sam 8724 9999

Selena 8724 9999

5000m2

Centenary View Estate Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

Kathy 8733 1989

Aimee 8724 9999

5015m2

Kira 8724 9999

Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

Kelli 8724 9999

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Suite 2/14 Helen Street, Mount Gambier SA 5290

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20 Patricia Court

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112 Jubilee Highway West

$429,000 - $449,000

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Elegant architectural design – boasting eco- friendly features throughout. Light filled and loaded with quality. This brand new OPEN home stands out in a FRI crowd. Inspection will not 5.00 - 5.30 disappoint.

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3/4 Coolabah Street

$259,500

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The perfect family home- spacious bedrooms and two living areas. Huge block over 1110m2 (approx.) and great shedding. Stone OPEN garage approximately SAT 14m x 7.5m with power. 9.00 - 9.30 Expect to be impressed!

22 Allison Street

NEW

16 Park Street

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$169,500

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Ideal first home buyers’ property or one for the investor. Located in a fantastic complex, on the Western side of the city, spacious and well OPEN maintained, solid brick SAT and tile construction. Say 9.30 - 10.00 goodbye to the Landlord.

5 Park Street

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5/48 Crouch Street

$289,500

Central Blue Ribbon location that is sure to please. Well cared for inside & out with excellent wide access to rear shedding with room OPEN for caravan/boat. Simply SAT move in enjoy and walk 9.30 - 10.00 everywhere.

NEW

13 Buffalo Crescent

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$559,000

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This property presents an extraordinary opportunity to renovate or undertake a re-development (STCC). Approx 7,745m2 of prime OPEN real estate located in the SAT Hospital precinct. 10.15 - 10.45

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Whether its meeting friends at the pub or restaurant for dinner, a catch up over a coffee or going to Vansittart Park to watch the footy, there OPEN is little that competes with SAT this street and its proximity 10.15 - 10.45 to the City centre.

9 Tanglewood Crescent

2 Toilets $199,900

10 Eltolla Court

SOLD

E.O.I Closing Friday 18th September at 12 noon (unless sold prior)

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Trendy townhouse lifestyle. Low maintenance living in a quality group. Located just minutes from popular schools & OPEN city centre. Rare three SAT bedroom unit with 2 9.45 - 10.15 toilets at this price.

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$425,000

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Sited on a generous 948m2 (approx) allotment this beautiful home is located in a great location close to schools. Plus extra shedding. As new condition inside and out.

93-101 Commercial Street West

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$239,500

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An absolute price buster that is sure to impress. Perfectly located in quiet culde-sac with a valuable Northerly aspect. Access to rear yard and further shedding. Close walking distance to shopping centre, school and Tavern.

Seafarers Way, Port MacDonnell

NEW

2/14 Bailey Street

SOLD 4

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2 Toilets $325,000

$865,000

4 Shops | 3 Titles

For sale to be offered as a whole. Super rare opportunity for the Investor/Owner occupier. Prominent main street location – rear access/parking.

Located amongst quality homes in a well established area. Offering 4 large bedrooms, master with direct access to spacious 2way bathroom, functional kitchen overlooking beautiful private gardens.

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Great flat serviced allotments in popular coastal township – swim, surf and fish at your doorstep!

Deceptively spacious community title unit. Stylish modern design, two living areas and a low maintenance lifestyle. Quality group, perfect as a home or investment property.

New stage now available. Enquire now!

37 Hayes Crescent

10 Greenridge Drive

103 Meylin Street, Pt MacDonnell

2/46 Derrington Street

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2 Toilets $239,000

Subdivision Starting from $83,500

2 Frances Street, Tarpeena

SOLD 3

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$142,000

a| 1,120m2 approx

Immaculately presented gem perfect for the starter or ripe for investment. Three large bedrooms, large formal lounge, separate dining area, gas heating, plus split system heating and cooling system – offering so much for so little – be quick!

RENTALS UNITS\HOUSES

$149,500

A quality location and fantastic block! Stunning northerly views and surrounded by established homes. Last block in the street. Over 1,120m2 – take advantage of the building grant!

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Gebhardts Property Management

12 Hanson Street

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Avail 25/9/20 $220 per week

15 Shadylyn Close

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Avail 7/10/20 $250 per week

1/51 Bertha Street

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Avail 9/9/20 $290 per week

36 Currawong Crescent

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Avail now $315 per week

2 Lasiandra Crescent

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Avail 11/9/20 $350 per week

44 Matthew Flinders Way

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Avail now $470 per week

$164,500

Lovely brick and tile unit in a quiet group of three ideal for the first home buyer or investor – close to all amenities. Inspect now and be impressed!

12 Hanson Street

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Suite 2/14 Helen Street, Mount Gambier www.gebhardts.com.au

NEW

Avail 25/9/20 3 1 1 $220 pw •Three bedroom stone home •Lounge with gas heating •Dine-in kitchen with gas cooking •Detached single garage •Fully enclosed yard •Close to school & shops •No pets

$449,000

A seaside dream! tastefully updated and offers wonderful multi-use accommodation (STCC) light-filled living with sweeping ocean views. A short stroll to Shops, Restaurants, Cafes and Beach. With so much potential it won’t last long!

1/51 Bertha Street

a| 1903m2

$42,000

Flat 1903 m2 allotment, handy two street frontage. Services available – positioned in a quiet street. Priced to sell!

Apply online www.tenantoptions.com.au rentals@gebhardts.com.au Ph 8724 8088

NEW

Avail 9/9/20 2 1 1 $290 pw •2 bedrooms with BIR & ceiling fans •3rd bedroom or separate lounge area •Modern kitchen/ dining/living area with gas cooking •Gas heater •Undercover entertaining deck •Detached single garage •Secure yard with auto gates •No pets

36 Currawong Crescent

Avail NOW 3 2 1 $315 pw • 3 bedrooms, main with ensuite and WIR • Lounge/dining area with r/c aircon • Kitchen with dishwasher and electric cooking • Enclosed sunroom & undercover patio • Single garage UMR • Pets negotiable (no dogs)


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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NEW

47 St Andrews Drive

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Bernie Gaylard PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 8725 5766

NEW

33 Bertha Street

NEW

14 Old Kent Court

SOLD 4

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$465,000

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Brand new modern masterpiece currently under construction. Located in Mount Gambier’s most exclusive estate. Designed and planned with flair offering finishes selected to set a bench mark and stand out from the rest. 4 bedrooms complete with a large master suite including both an eye catching en-suite and spacious walk-in robe. Gourmet kitchen design offering an abundance of cupboard & bench space including butlers pantry, simply too many features to mention!

19 Buffalo Crescent

NEW

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$490,000

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It is love at first sight! A beautiful character home that is sure to impress. A spacious home, renovated to perfection. Let the kids run free and enjoy inner city living at it’s finest.

NEW

28 Altinio Drive

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$349,500

This stunner will certainly impress the fussiest of buyers, located in a sought after cul de sac location, a short distance from the City centre, the Market place, Saint Martins Lutheran College and MacDonald Park Primary School. Rear yard access to a high clearance garage are just a few features

47 Montebello Drive

1A Rotary Avenue

NEW PRICE

Vacant Allotment

$149,500

Build your dream here! Very generous 1095m2 (approx) allotment, sought after area, close to schools and shopping, surrounded by beautiful homes and yours could be one of them. Call today!

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$445,000

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23 Percy St / 12-14 Alexander St

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Rare city centre multi tenanted opportunity. Renovated villa Circa 1900 of 3/4 bedrooms (currently leased), office/warehouse. Shedding fronting Alexander Street. Portion of this leased at $930 p/m plus full office area available.

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$489,000

Priced to sell – ultra spacious family home loaded with extras. Granite kitchen benches, ducted heating & cooling, high ceilings and rear yard access. One of the best streets in popular Conroe Heights!

RENTALS 2 Lasiandra Crescent

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$189,000-$199,000

Located in a quiet & small complex, offering 2 large bedrooms, formal lounge with gas heating, neat & private rear yard. Single garage UMR. Fantastic location within walking distance to Collins Court Shopping Complex.

41 Canavan Road

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

NEW

a| over 5000m2

$159,000

A wonderful allotment awaits, quality location surrounded by beautiful homes. Over 5,000m2 elevated allotment, just minutes to city centre and Tenison Woods College. Call your builder and take advantage of the building grant.

NEW

GREENWOOD COURT

MOUNT GAMBIER’S PREMIER RESIDENTIAL SUBDIVISION

Starting from $124,000

Exciting new subdivision located just minutes from the city centre Allotment sizes ranging from 900m2 to 1,490m2 Services include power, water & sewer Construction underway connecting the Estate to the popular rail lands walking trail Side & rear colorbond fencing included Limited allotment released – Be quick Prices starting at $124,000

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32 Commercial Street West

44 Matthew Flinders Way

$449,500

3 Tecoma Close

Springview Estate STAGE 3

$289,500

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No need to take the car when you are within such easy walking distance of the Blue lake and the vibrancy of the city centre, amidst the shops, restaurants, cafes and pubs. An enviable lifestyle awaits.

4/4 Underwood Avenue

$575,000

21 Hilltop Avenue

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An Exceptional family home opposite a reserve, the ‘wow’ factor throughout, this will tick all the boxes and then some! Three living areas, detached 6mX9m (approx) garage/workshop it’s all here! An inspection is a MUST!

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$365,000

An exceptional family home, situated in the Western side of the City in the Hospital & Tafe precinct. Inspect and fall in love with this north facing property that has been fastidiously maintained by the loving owners.

18 Eldridge Drive, Worrolong

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$495,000

The complete family package awaits. A beautifully maintained home set on an acre of established grounds, spacious living areas and covered outdoor entertaining. Be quick to inspect this quality home.

15 Noojee Street

a| 416m2 approx

$114,500

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.

Apply online www.tenantoptions.com.au rentals@gebhardts.com.au Ph 8724 8088

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WILL It was born out of a friendship between school principals Mr Carthew and Mr Simons, who both believed there would be great value in Mount Gambier High School and Glossop High School cross pollinating and so in April 1947 Glossop headed south and in August of the same year Mount Gambier High School returned the favour. It kickstarted what has become what is believed to be one of the longest running exchange program of its type in Australia with the exchange having long been an annual event, with the schools alternating hosting duties year in, year out. The mainstay of the long running exchange has been the contests for the sporting cup and the debating shield, with our local school having had the better of their Riverland based counterparts, winning the Sporting Cup 41 times to Glossop’s 27 victories – there have been five drawn years - while on the debating front, Mount Gambier High also has 41 wins to Glossop’s 32. An art display featuring works from the visiting school has been part of the program in its rich history, and form many years both schools’ music students worked on a collaborative performance, learning a work and then performing as a joint ensemble, as well as performing as individual school bands. Petrol rationing (1948) and a polio epidemic scare in 1950 saw the exchange cancelled and 2020 and COVID-19 looked set to add another

cancellation to the exchange’s 73 year history but while it was not the four day visit usually programmed, the two schools came up with the perfect compromise, meeting in Bordertown for a day of sporting contests. Technology also played its part, with the debate heading online to Microsoft Teams to still allow those students to strut their stuff. In a twist of irony, the 2020 debate topic was E-Sports are Real Sports – the two schools arguing the merits of the technology-based platform. Glossop took out the shield in a closely fought debate, with the Mount Gambier team of Marni Black, Amity Sheedy and Josh Kain allocated the negative side of the argument, raising points that not all competition should be seen as sports, otherwise it could also include The Bachelor. The Sporting Cup went the way of Mount Gambier High School, though with wins in both soccer clashes, both basketball matches, the boys football and one of the netball clashes, only losing one of the Bordertown hosted clashes on the day. Beca use of the reduced schedule, the girls football and mixed hockey were not part of the 2020 program. Trawling back through the history books, tennis, athletics, cricket and girls softball also have been part of the sporting program. And the innovations continued, with the live streaming of the sporting matches through each of the schools’ social media pages. Glossop High School Media Studies students provided full commentary and professional video streaming coverage each of the sporting

matches, allowing students, staff and families to watch each of the matches and still feel a part of the day despite not being able to attend in person. “Although it was disappointing to have the exchange not run in its usual format, the technology and media skills gained by staff and students to make this possible has been a valuable experience,” Mount Gambier High School publicity officer Amanda Fraser said. “We are extremely hopeful of recommencing the annual exchange in its pre-COVID format in 2021 however, if the need arises, we now have a blueprint of what is possible if a modified program is again required,” Mount Gambier High School sports coordinator Kerran Wingard said. “The exchange is still highly valued by both schools. Students are very excited about the exchange, with interest starting as soon as students move into senior years. They particularly enjoy the away exchange years where they have the opportunity to go and stay with another family. Some get to stay with the same family their older siblings stayed with in previous years. Building these sorts of connections are what makes this exchange so important and valued.” There is certainly no shortage of students putting their hand up to trial for one of the coveted places in a sporting team and the multigenerational history that has been built up over more than seven decades only adds to the affection so many students and staff at both schools have for the school exchange program.

“Many of the students who compete have had parents involved in the past, so their family has a rich tradition within the exchange,” Mr Wingard said. “The students see the exchange as a great opportunity to represent the school and create new friendships. There are a number of cases where former students are still in contact with the billet they had whilst at school. This exchange is well supported by families, students and staff alike. For many students from both schools it is the highlight of their schooling.” While so much of the focus is on the debate and the raft of sporting battle, since its inception in 1947, it has always been so much more than the competition for those two pieces of silverware. “We do not just see this exchange as a sporting exchange, but the opportunity for students to step out of their comfort zone and live with another family for a few days,” Mr Wingard said. “The relationships that are built during this time can and do last a lifetime.” Below - 2020 soccer squads get together after their tense penalty shoot out; the 1970 girls hockey team; the 1970 girls netball team; friendship is what it is all about (2019 exchange); & Mount Gambier High School’s Ethan Gladman takes a flying leap over the pack in his side’s 2020 win at the one day Bordertown event. Above - Alysha Coon does her best to deny Glossop a scoring opportunity in the 2020 A Netball clash.

2020 RESULTS Boys Soccer MGHS 2 d GHS 2 (winning 4-3 on penalties) Goal Scorers: Ba Na Say, Espoir Alpha Best Players: Tom Holmes, Ka Nay Di, Ba Na Say MVP: Mitchell Rayner (GHS) Girls Soccer MGHS 3 d GHS 3 (winning 9-8 on penalties) Goal Scorers: Chelsea Frost 2, Lauren Frost Best Players: Lauren Frost, No Pha Rad, Chelsea Frost MVP: Holly Amos (GHS) Girls Basketball MGHS 51 dd GHS 35 Best Players: Claire Hunter, Mikaela Horrigan MVP: Tara Bryant (MGHS) Boys Basketball MGHS 70 d GHS 46 Best Players: Jake Walker, Josh McGregor MVP: Ethan Norman (MGHS) Girls A Netball GHS 42 d MGHS 34 Best Players: Sarah Ritter, Tara Bryant MVP: Tekira Hoffmann (GHS) Girls B Netball MGHS 21 d GHS 16 Best Players: Tameka Medhurst, Toneya Carraill MVP: Tameka Medhurst (MGHS) Boys Football MGHS 12.12 (84) d GHS 4.4 (28) Goal Scorers: Alex Ridding 5, Landon Lefever 2, Ethan Norman 1, Brodie Allen 1, Declan Hurley 1, Jay Turner 1, Jake Walker 1. Best Players: Keenan Dwyer, Ethan Gladman, Jake Walker, Josh McGregor, Alex Ridding, Ethan Norman. MVP: Josh McGregor (MGHS)


LOCAL SPORT All three leagues to have skin in the LCFL finals If Limestone Coast Football League officials had pre-written the script for the 2020 interim season, it would almost certainly have called for a team from each of the three competing leagues to secure a semi finals berth. That pre-season wish was granted at the weekend when Kalangadoo knocked off top ranked South Gambier by five goals to ensure the Mid South East, Kowree Naracoorte Tatiara, courtesy of now top placed Mundulla, and Western Border Football League, with South and East, were all still in the hunt for the title. Safe to say they would also have scripted all three reigning premiers from the three leagues were competing in the major round but North Gambier was just unable to find its synergy in this six round interim season and have surprisingly missed the cut for the COVID competition finals. The weekend’s results sees a rinse and repeat formula in place, with the round six match ups set to be mirrored in the semi final round this weekend. Kalangadoo, who showed composure under pressure, having to beat South Gambier to guarantee their place in the top four, will again tackle the Western Border Demons for a place in the Limestone Coast Football League season decide at Blue Park Sports Park on September 5. After a sluggish start to the competition, the 2019 Mid South East premiers have shown they can match it with the best from the two neighbouring leagues, while in the other semi final Mundulla, who lays claim to title favourite

LIMESTONE COAST FOOTBALL A GRADE Mundulla 0.2 3.3 8.5 8.6 (54) East Gambier 2.1 3.3 4.4 5.8 (38) Goals - Mundulla: No details available. East: A. Slorach 2; M. Willson, L. Thomson, G. Cooper. Best - Mundulla: No details available. East: J. Eldridge, B. Rathjen, J. Forster, M. Willson, A. Slorach, M. McCallum. Kalangadoo 1.2 4.8 5.9 8.10 (58) South Gambier 3.2 3.2 3.3 4.4 (28) Goals - Kalangadoo: A. Lyon, J. Searle 2; B. Ousey, M. Krieger, B. Bryant, J. Casey. South: B. Foster 2; P. Mitchell, K. Eagleson. Best - Kalangadoo: J. Casey, J. Bannister, B. Bryant, M. Lowe, A. Lyon, T. McManus. South: B. Saffin, B. O’Neil, M. Smith, T. Saffin, K. Saffin, C. Barrett. North Gambier 1.1 2.5 4.6 4.9 (33) Kybybolite 2.0 3.0 3.1 4.1 (25) Goals - North: S. Stafford 3; J. McConnell. Kybybolite: B. Castine 2; W. Walker, J. McKay. Best - North: N. McInerney, B. Stafford, S. Stafford, D. Carmody, J. Schutz, N. Blachut. Kybybolite: J. McKay, B. Munn, F. Masters, T. Taheny, B. Castine, J. Bettoncelli.

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Mundulla 1.1 3.3 5.5 7.5 (47) East Gambier 1.0 1.3 2.5 3.6 (24) Goals - Mundulla: B. Packer 4; J. Wiese, J. Milligan, R. Kuchel. East: G. Ransom 2; A. Tos. Best - Mundulla: B. Packer, S. Lewin, A. Obst, W. Packer, R. Williams, W. Broadstock. East: J. Davey, C. Barry, S. Agnew, B. Pitts, L. Johnston, I. Raymond. Kalangadoo 4.0 5.0 8.2 9.2 (56) South Gambier 1.0 3.3 3.3 5.6 (36) Goals - Kalangadoo: N. Reeves 4; C. Lock 2; D. Hogan, J. Bromley, J. Currie. South: J. Smith 3; D. Pfitzner, A. Harkness. Best - Kalangadoo: J. Currie, J. Bromley, N. Reeves, M. Gribben, R. Lindner, N. Lang. South: A. Harkness, R. Rutkoswski, J. Smith, D. Pfitzner, L. Pearce-Raisin, E. Marks.

after clinical wins over North Gambier and East Gambier in successive weeks, will resume hostilities with the Western Border Bulldogs. While Kalangadoo and Mundulla are coming off victories against their semi final opponents, both will know that counts for nothing when the whips are cracking this weekend. The Mid South East Magpies and South have already played twice and sit at one win apiece and the experience and class of the Demons, who have been starved of senior success in recent seasons will be keen to get a shot at the flag, with Brett O’Neil and Bronson Saffin leading the charge. Kalangadoo too, will be keen to not just go all the way for their own club, but as the sole Mid South East, and the Magpies have shown they have all the attributes, with Jason Bannister and Mitch Lowe anchoring a solid defensive line, Bradley Bryant and Tye McManus winning plenty of the ball and using it well, while Braiden Ousey is looming large in the forward fifty with Ben Mules always a big game performer, MSEFL decider a case in point. Mundulla, while basically dominating the majority of its round six clash with East Gambier will know the Bulldogs have more in the tank. Both sides lost key players early in that round six clash. East lost Todd Lockwood to what appeared to be a hamstring injury in the first play of the weekend’s game – he couldn’t even take his kick for goal after pulling up short on the lead – while Mundulla full back Tom Gaden was also forced from the field and eventually ferried to hospital with a potentially serious leg injury.

Despite the swirly and wet conditions, East’s Mark Rumbelow took a number of contested marks and in the first half provided a strong option down the line but the key tall did not have his goal kicking boots on, and, in the last quarter, in particular, when the Bulldogs came home with the breeze, he had a couple of opportunities that could have made the scoreboard a lot closer. Jayden Eldridge and Brad Rathjen are classy defenders and they will ensure every score is earned, while Jesse Fry added some inside power to the Bulldogs while John Forster and Matt Willson were the class ball users and have been all season. It has been the ability to maintain possession and play two speed football over the past fortnight that has seen Mundulla surge into title favouritism. Built on the back of a reliable defence, that was well led by Tom Ballinger at the weekend, the Moots have shown the ability to play a deliberate kick, mark style game, using the strength overhead of James Hinge, Tim McIntyre and Luke Wiese, as well as the hard running, surge style football, using the quick hands of Nick Gregurke and Jake McGrice to set up scoring opportunities.

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SENIOR COLTS Kingston 4.2 8.6 16.7 18.11 (119) Bordertown 2.1 2.2 3.4 4.4 (28) Goals - Kingston: J. Harding 7; J. Tapfield 4; C. Watts 2; E Murdock, D. Martin, L. Watson, J. Troeth, H. Stenner. Bordertown: D. Carnemolla 2; O. Merrett. Best - Kingston: C. Watts, E. Murdock, J. Harding, J. Tapfield, D. Wright, D. Martin. Bordertown: M. Tautho, B. Hinge, H. Hayes, J. Smith, O. Merrett, M. Ghulami. Penola 0.2 3.5 3.5 5.5 (35) Keith 0.0 0.0 1.5 2.6 (18) Goals- Penola: D. Proter 2; O. Morton, A. McShane, J. Dent. Keith: J. Cox, T. Edson. Best - Penola: O. Morton, D. Porter, S. Hayes, A. McShane, C. Brand, L. Neale. Keith: S. Gogel, E. Wood, S. Tuckwood, J. Altus, T. Llewellyn, R. McMurray. Kybybolite 4.4 7.6 9.12 12.16 (88) Padthaway/Lucindale 0.0 0.0 0.1 1.1 (7) Goals - Kybybolite: B. Pratter 4; M. Malone, J. Shepherd 3; D. Irvine, N. Baker. Padthaway/Lucindale: H. Aldridge. Best - Kybybolite: N. Baker, M. Ludwig, A. McKenzie, B. Fox, D. Irvine, B. Pratter. Padthaway/Lucindale: W. Graetz, S. Volker, M. Bittner, R. Morrhouse, H. Dennis, M. Jenke. MUNDULLA V NARACOORTE - NO DETAILS AVAILABLE

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Bordertown 2.3 4.5 5.5 6.7 (43) Kingston 0.0 0.2 2.6 3.10 (28) Goals - Bordertown: N. McCathy 3; K. Hampel, C. Hutchinson, A. Hampel. Kingston: L. Watson 3.Best - Bordertown: L. Glynn, N. McvCarthy, H. Meakins, D. Twigden, H. Hayes, J. Will. Kingston: J. Peterson, L. Watson, M. Little, L. Nraithwaite, J. Trinne, N. Worthley. Penola 3.3 4.4 6.8 6.9 (45) Keith 1.0 2.1 3.3 3.3 (21) Goals - Penola: Z. Zema 2; J. Henry, R. Tilby, B. Copping, A. Merrett. Keith: B. Thompson 3. Best - Penola: N. Skeer, Z. Zema, T. Currie, K. Moulton, A. Merrett. Keith: B. Thompson, T. Wilson, M. Hutchings, J. Hedges, B. Robert. Kybybolite 4.4 7.8 9.9 9.9 (63) Padthaway/Lucindale 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 (0) Goals- Kybybolite: R. Brown 3; S. Malone 2; W. Freckleton, S. Freckleton, C. Brodie, C. Hoskin. Best - Kybybolite: G. Malone, R. Brown, W. Freckleton, L. Mckenzie, R. O’Shaughnessy, R. Castine. Padthaway/Lucindale: E. Hocking, C. Healy, A. Pitt, D. Carter, J. Blower, K. Schubert. Mundulla 7.3 8.4 9.8 10.9 (69) Naracoorte 0.0 1.2 1.3 6.4 (40) Goals- Mundulla: J. Kuchel, S. Lovelock 3; R. Dimitriadis 2; H. Davies, T. Excell. Naracoorte: R. McMullan 5; M. Maney. Best - Mundulla: P. Muller, B. Dinning, J. Kuchel, S. Lovelock, R. Dimitriadis. Narcorote: Z. Boston, M. Maney, B. East, L. Leehane, N. Hewson.

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Above - East’sMark Rumbelow takes one of his half a dozen contested marks despite close attention from Mundulla defender Marcus Young. PHOTO COURTEST OF FRANK MONGER

MID SOUTH EAST FOOTBALL SENIOR COLTS

UNDER 18 Millicent 4.3 7.6 10.7 12.10 (82) West Gambier 0.1 1.2 1.2 3.2 (20) Goals - Millicent: J. Cushion 8; B. Shanks 2; J. Werchon, J. Haines. West: J. Bull, B. Cook, J. Cornolo. Best - Millicent: J. Cushion, B. Shanks, K. Varcoe, J. Werchon, S. GRay, J. Haines. West: B. Say, G. White, E. Gladman, J. Cornolo, A. Jarnevis, R. Jacob. South Gambier 1.4 5.9 9.12 14.15 (99) North Gambier 0.1 0.1 1.5 1.6 (12) Goals - South: E. Fisher, A. Ridding 3’ T. Newton, T. Rayner 2; R. Kuhl, D. Holland, M. Lockwood, T. Davis. North: T. de Wit. Best - South: M. Lockwood, J. Duncan, T. Davis, E. Habets, A. Ridding. North: D. Bachmann, A. Prospero-Porta, M. Hammond, T. de Wit, E. Norman, B. Braithwaite.

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South Gambier Red 4.3 9.5 9.11 14.15 (99) East Gambier 0.0 0.0 1.1 1.1 (7) Goals - South Red: J. Bryant 3; L. Turley, N. Yates, E. Sims, C. Fielding 2; M. Sims, J. Domaschenz, N. Sims. East: H. Stewart. Best - South Red: P. Brodie, J. Snell, E. Patzel, F. Calderwood, N. Sims, N. Yates. West: H. Puhara, H. Stewart, M. Price, C. Smith, N. Bignell, S. Lock. Millicent 2.2 5.7 5.7 8.10 (58) West Gambier 2.4 3.4 5.7 5.7 (37) Goals - Millicent: K. Shanks 2; J. O’Leary, A. Wesolowski, E. Redman, J. Cushion, K. Gibson, N. Joy. West: M. Byfieldt 3; R. Cowling, N. Davey. Best - Millicent: K. Shanks, J. Cushion, A. Fuller, D. Laslett, R. Shanks E. Redman. West: R. Cowling., M. Byfieldt, H. Case, N. Davey, A. Ramsey. North Gambier 7.6 (48) South Gambier White 3.7 (25) Goals - North: Z. Nulty 3; Z. Young 2; J. Griffith, J. Williamson. South White: Z. Hopgood, L. Thiele, L. Winterfield. Best - North: Z. Nulty, J. Turner, B. Allen, J. Griffith, B. Dethmore, J. Williamson. South White: L. Ray, Z. Hopgood, H. Mitchell, N. Wike, A. Circelli.

UNDER 14

East Gambier 0.0 0.2 2.3 4.5 (29) South Gambeir Red 2.6 2.6 2.8 2.10 (22) Goals - East: N. Bignell, H. Shepherd, J. Lawrence, T. Grigg. South Red: I. Bouchier, J. Salmon.. Best - East: N. Gollan, E. Stratford, A. Clarke, J. Lawrence, K. Wichman, C. McCann. South Red: C. Watson, J. Salmon, L. Robertson, A. Urquart, J. Sims. North Gambier 0.0 1.3 1.5 3.8 (26) South Gambier White 0.2 0.2 3.4 3.4 (22) Goals - North: D. Arthurson 2; W. Norman. South White: J. Kuhl, J. Hann, J. Maxwell. Best - North: T. Hamilton, A. Allen, K. Allen, D. Arthurson, D. Ilsley, R. Kinyabuguma. South White: R. Jones, J. Braun, D. Harten, F. O’Reilley, J. Moody, S. Couldrey.

Glencoe 5.6 8.8 13.15 20.17 (137) Kalangadoo 1.1 1.1 1.1 1.1 (7) Goals - Glencoe: No details available. Kalangadoo: M. Varcoe. Best - Glencoe: No details available. Kalangadoo: No details available. Kongorong 2.2 3.2, 9.6 11.6 (72) Tantanoola 1.1 3.2 3.2 7.4 (46) Goals - Kongorong: D. Pochec-Gordon 5; H. Maddern 2; L. McIntyre, S. Duivenvoorde, R. Maconachie, D. Fishpool. Tantanoola: No details available. Best - Kongorong: R. Maconachie, A. Dethmore, D. Fishpool, B. Leicester, H. Maddern, J. Maconachie. Tantanoola: No details available. Robe 4.2 6.6 7.8 12.10 (82) Nangwarry 2.1 5.1 6.6 6.7 (43) Goals - Robe: C. Weston, E. Cornish 4; F. Peel, B. Nicolle, M. Keane. Nangwarry: Z. Tweed 3; G. Ros-Smith, T. Dinnison, K. Whitehouse. Best - Robe: P. Matthews, C. Weston, E. Cornish, J. Robertson, F. Peel. Nangwarry: J. Schmitt, Z. Currie, T. Dawson, K. Whitehouse, T. Oppelaar, M. Stockwell. Mt Burr 1.4 2.4 3.10 5.13 (43) Hatherleigh 0.1 4.1 4.1 5.3 (33) Goals - Mt Burr: L. Alcock 2; M. Abduvahobov, B. Scott, J. Wilson. Hatherleigh: H. Jones 3; J. Faulkner 2. Best - Mt Burr: J. Kellock, J. Wilson, J. Muhovics, L. Alcock, T. Allen, J. Bowering. Hatherleigh: C. Atkinson, J. Faulkner, J. Thomas, P. Chay, J. Smith.

JUNIOR COLTS

Glencoe 3.8 5.9 9.12 9.12 (66) Kalangadoo 0.0 0.0 0.0 2.1 (13) Goals - Glencoe: B. Pfitzner 3; J. Buckley, S. Haase, D. Richards-Fennell, B. Gosden, K. Price, L. Brierley. Kalangadoo: D. Stone 2. Best - Glencoe: B. Pfitzner, K. Price, P. Langsmith, R. Boneham, K. Price, T. Hurley. Kalangadoo: A. New, D. Stone, R. Jerome, P. Young, J. Box. Tantanoola 2.2 3.3 6.7 8.7 (55) Kongorong 0.0 3.0 3.0 3.1 (19) Goals - Tantanoola: C. Kelly 3; A. Lindner, B. Rowe 2; J. Bevan. Kongorong: N. VonStanke-Dowie, S. Von Stanke, W. Von Stanke. Best -Tantanoola: C. Kelly, B. Rowe, S. Simmons, A. Lindner, W. Jennings, K. Bell. Kongorong: K. Laslett, D. Richardson, R. Angelino, K. Ashby, J. Gordon, B. Kent. Hatherleigh 2.3 4.6 5.10 8.13 (61) Mt Burr 1.1 1.2 2.4 2.4 (16) Goals - Hatherleigh: H. Nowak 2; O. Fitzgerald, T. Atkinson J. Kneen, J. Atkinson, I. Chambers, A. Nettle. Mt Burr: C. Bevan, K. Bevan. Best - Hatherleigh: Z. Bowering, T. Atkinson, J. Bellinger, R. Prouse, A. Nettle. Mt Burr: W. Wimshurst, K. Bevan, C. Carr, B. Sharp, R. Gardiner. Robe 1.1 5.4 7.8 11.10 (76) Nangwarry 1.2 1.2 1.2 1.2 (8) Goals - Robe: No details available. Nangwarry: A. Virtanen. Best - Robe: No details available. Nangwarry: A. Virtanen, B. Sealey, N. Virtanen, P. Davis, B. Moy.


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After a four month shutdown due to Covid-19, 51 Sporting Clay shooters returned to competition at Burrungule Park, in near perfect weather conditions, to compete in the 80 Target English Sporting event sponsored by Pick Ave. Bakery & Deli, Spot on Fishing Tackle and Russell Industries. With all English Sporting targets being shot as pairs, Jeremy Kent (pictured above) proved to be the class of the field scoring 78/80 to win the Gambier Shooting Supplies High Gun. OTHER RESULTS AA Grade - 1st M. Banning 74/80, 2nd M. Whitehead 67/80, 3rd T. Widdison 67/80 A Grade - 1st T. Weir 75/80, 2nd D. Hastings 70/80, 3rd C. Scheidl 64/80 B Grade - 1st R. Devaud 57/80, D. Murrell 57/80, 3rd B. Spring 54/80 C Grade - 1st R.Michalski 53/80, 2nd A. Rossouw 52/80, 3rd M. Gates 50/80 Seniors - 1st N. Kent 69/80, 2nd E. Scheidl 63/80, 3rd C. Wright 62/80 Veterans - 1st C. VonStanke Snr 63/80, 2nd W. Evans 60/80, 3rd R. Bugden 59/80 Ladies - 1st L. Rymill 60/80, 2nd S. Vanderhorst 46/80, 3rd E. Lawford 43/80 Juniors - 1st B.Hastings 64/80, 2nd K.Vanderhorst 55/80, B. VonStanke-Dowie 51/80 Sub-Juniors - 1st D. Wright 54/80 Upcoming Sporting Clay Shoots September 12 & 13 South Australian State Championships at Loxton (150 targets) FULL PHOTO GALLERY OF WINNERS ON OUR FACEBOOK PAGE

Attamurra Road was the destination for the second to last race in the Mount Gambier Cycling Club Winter Series. Due to State Road Championships held in Adelaide the same weekend, the numbers were low. The wind was assisting riders on the way out to the 12.5km turn around but proved a little tough on the way to the finish line. Two young riders began the race on limit. Harry Opperman and Pru Riddoch led the way, with Opperman losing his riding partner before the halfway mark. The next bunch of Gerard Coote, the strong Bruce McLaughlin and Mike Bakker didn’t catch the limit markers but were caught by the scratch

men, Nick Kidman, Matthew Opperman and Colin Weatherill (above left) at 17km in. It was however Weatherill’s day, with his cheer squad in tow, coming in a minute behind the eventual winner of Harry Opperman (above right), scoring fastest time honours for the day. Three junior riders rode another scratch race with Elmer Buckland coming in first place, Freya Miller in second and Molly Opperman in third spot. FINAL STANDINGS 1st – Harry Opperman; 2nd – Colin Weatherill; 3rd – Matthew Opperman; 4th – Gerard Coote; 5th – Nick Kidman; 6th – Mick Bakker; 7th – Bruce McLaughlin; 8th – Pru Riddoch

Pines Enduro unveils new format A Grade winner - Tom Weir

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Determined to host at least some kind of version of the Pines Enduro event the Millicent Sand Buggy Club is forging forward with plans to run an altered race this year. The pine forests infamous with the event will be a backdrop this year with the decision made to run the event as a short course, predominantly in Teagle’s Quarry arena. With COVID-19 affecting so many events and people’s lives, the decision to reduce the very popular Pines race to a one day event was a difficult one but the club and committee believe it is the best solution for all involved. The ARB Australian Off Road Racing Championship Committee made the difficult decision not to conduct the 2020 Championship back in July leaving the Pines Enduro unable to run as a

national event. Due to the restrictions in place, this year’s short course event will be open to South Australian competitors run on Saturday 26 September at Teagle’s Quarry, Millicent and will be known as the 2020 Teagle Excavations Pines Enduro Short Course. The format for the race will be heat racing where competitors will compete in a number of heats across the day with the lowest overall time declared the winner. Number of heats are to be confirmed depending on entries and track distance. The ever popular arena style viewing from the spectator area will allow for 95% of the circuit to be viewed for the entire event. Supplementary regulations and entries are set to be released soon.


LOCAL College dream delayed but not over SPORT This time last year Bella Stratford’s basketball career was flying – heading in the exact direction she had always dreamt. She was signed by a WNBL franchise, Bendigo Spirit, and she had a college offer on the table from California State University. Her years of hard work from her early years at Mount Gambier’s Icehouse through the SA Country system, moving from Mount Gambier to Adelaide to Immanuel College and playing district basketball for Eastern Mavericks and Southern Tigers, was paying off. Fast forward to this year and Bella’s final plans to make her long awaited move to the US College system was stymied by the current health crisis. Delays in obtaining her visa, which she was able to do just over a fortnight ago in Sydney, health concerns and rearranging her study schedule all loomed large and eventually she had to make a decision – to go or not to go – the dream was teetering on the edge.

“It has definitely been a bit of a rollercoaster,” Bella (pictured right driving to the basket) said. “There were lows and then highs. Things were moving quickly and then nothing was happening and things were standing still. And then all of a sudden I was going again. It was all a bit stop and go. It was a bit frustrating but you couldn’t do anything to change it so there was no point in getting annoyed and disappointed – it was no one’s fault.” After analysing the pros and cons – some Australian athletes have head off in recent weeks to take up similar scholarship opportunities – Bella decided to commence her California State University studies online and plans to head to off to December. “We don’t know when the basketball season will start but it looks like it won’t be until January,” Bella said. “I was sitting on the fence about going and I didn’t know which was the right way to go but it got to the stage where I had to make a decision and stick with it and deal with the consequences.”

Fortunately for Bella, the scholarship was never off the table so that certainly released a pressure valve. “It was never a choice between going now or never going,” Bella said. “I can now see I picked a really good school to go to, they have been amazing. The assistant coach is Australian and she understands and along with the head coach they agreed the smart thing to do was to stay in Australia.” Living in Adelaide with her family, Bella can train whenever she wants and matches are back up and running so she will actually be better prepared for the college basketball season than most of her team mates. “I will be able to go over there fit and ready – I will basically have a head start over them as they are not even training,” she said. “I have 100 percent support from the head coach and the scholarship has never been in jeopardy ever and that’s great because it would be easier for them to go with someone from LA so for them to continue to support me is awesome.” The case numbers in California factored into

the decision as did the fact a couple of her Aussie based team mates also decided to stay in Australia for the next few months. “Staying in Australia means I will be safe and spending time with my family and playing basketball.”

Motor sport returns to the region Mount Gambier hosted the first round of the South Australian Rally Championship for 2020 earlier thie month. Picturesque SEAC Park saw plenty of action with the track layout used for three special stages on Saturday evening to get the event under way, with the rally start from there on Sunday morning, out to three competitive stages in the surrounding forest areas. Cars were then brought back to the park for another lap around the special stage, then a service break. Competitors then repeated this for two more rounds to complete a very busy outing. Special stages around the park layout on Saturday evening proved a bit of a challenge to the large contingent from Adelaide, most of whom had their first look around during the Saturday afternoon reconnaissance. Sunday turned out to be a lovely day and 32 very eager competitors were let loose on the forest sections. Having all access closed off and Recce prior to the competition commencing, the “hot” runners were out to prove who was the quickest over the slippery roads. No surprise to find that the 4WD runners were at the top of the time sheets in every stage, using the extra traction to their advantage over the hard charging 2WD competition. Previous top runners in State Rally rounds were Tyler/Dale (Adelaide), Bowering/ Weedon (Mount Gambier), Admiraal/Heywood

(Adelaide), Pohlner/Branford (Mount Gambier), Heenan/Kriesl (Mount Gambier), Herring/ Strauss (Adelaide) all having a big go to come out close to the top. At day’s end the Tyler/Dale combo were the ones to beat, followed home by local crew Bowering/Weedon, 30 seconds behind, with another local crew in Pohlner/ Branford a further two minutes behind. Sam Thomas, with Tristan Crowe, another local team in a 4WD, were next home, again a two minute gap, with Adelaide crew Herring/Strauss nipping at their heels, 30 seconds behind and 13 seconds in front of locals Heenan/Kriesl with another local team of Poel/Cutting chasing hard to be under a minute behind. First 2WD home was scheduled to be a three-way tussle between Adelaide crew Selley/McKendrick and locals Sims/Shute and Wilson/Wilson. The Wilson/Wilson combo had the numbers on the board after the three special stages and looked as though the day would be very close between the three. Sims was quickest in the first road stage, closely followed by Selley and Wilson. Second road stage went Selley’s way just heading Sims, with the Wilson team having a little off dropping off the pace. Third road stage and Sims/Shute got the chocolates from a wounded Wilson/Wilson with Selley/ McKendrick next. These stages were repeated

for passes two and three and these two swapped stage wins or were equal on them for the rest of the rally, with Sims/Shute coming home in front of Selley/McKendrick by 30 seconds. Next home Haysman/Moore stopped the clock 20 odd seconds behind Selley to round out the top ten. All results provisional. Class points are: P5 Tyler/Dale (Outright 1st) P6 Bowering/Weedon (Outright 2nd) Classic Heenan/Kriesl (Outright 6th) Club Rally Sims/Shute (Outright 8th) P3 Campbell/Ambrose (Outright 16th) P4 Becker/Becker (SEAC Rally 1) P2 Winterfield/Hughes (SEAC Rally 1)

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MOUNT GAMBIER NETBALL ASSOCIATION 2020 RESULTS ROUND 10 & 11

Mid South East junior netballers return to the court for two day carnival “It was great - the kids had so much fun.” That was the assessment of Mid South East Netball Association president Sara Gray after the association hosted a two day carnival to give thier junior players some time on court, despite the official season being cancelled a couple of months ago. Hosted at the Tantanoola Netball Club, the weather was kind to organisers and players and the two day event went off without a hitch. “Players and spectators embraced this new concept which was prepared as a result of an interrupted year due to COVID-19,” the president said. “With a majority of clubs voting to hold a carnival rather than a shortened season, it was extremely well supported by all nine clubs.” A round robin style format saw matches all day Saturday amd Sunday before the afternoon finals on Sunday. Kalangadoo defeated Port MacDonnell in a close fought tussle in the 13 & Under competition, Hatherleigh was dominant in the 15 & Under grade, while in the 17 & Under competition, it was Kalangadoo again in control. The MID SE Netball Association executive was grateful for the outstanding support and efforts of all players, coaches, umpires, parents and spectators for their co-operation and adhering to Government COVID-19 rules. “In what may predictably become our new normal, it was still fantastic to see that some things haven’t changed and we were able to witness extraordinary sportsmanship, and lots of smiles & laughter,” Mrs Gray said. “We hope to see everyone back bigger & better in 2021.”

13 & Under Mid South East Netball Association junior carnival champions - Kalangadoo

15 & Under Mid South East Netball Association junior carnival champions - Hatherleigh

Division 1 Amazons Grey 67 (Megan Bowering, Alisha Angelina) d Lakes Blue 23 (Chelsea Rodman, Bailey Young); Amazons Pink 41 (Kristie Pearson, Emma Mulraney) d Lakes Black 27 (Bo Creek, Emily Nicholson); Hobitz Red 64 (Samantha Crute, Cindy Launer) d Hobitz Blue 21 (Zahli Feast, Jasmine Disselback); Amazons Grey 40 (Elizabeth Crowe, Abbie Cocks) d Hobitz Blue 28 (Zahli Feast, Nicola Smith); Lakes Blue 69 (Sarah Gardin, Emily Nicholson) d Lakes Blue 9 (Taylah Martin, Chelsea Rodda); Hobitz Red 49 (Samantha Crute, Maddison Copland) d Amazons Pink 31 (Kristie Pearson, Tilly Dohnt) Division 2 Hobitz Red 51 (Evie Sealey, Jess Bowd) d MGNA I1 13 (Chernita Goldsmith, Iesha Goldsmith); Amazons Pink 39 (Jodie Farrell, Sharni Jacques) d Lakes 24 (Megan Telford, Jodie McInnes); MGNA V1 44 (Sophie Wight, Chelsea Wright) d Hobitz Blue 19 (Maddie Smith, Bec Wallace); Amazons Grey 26 (Maddie Kratt, Katelyn Opie) d MGNA Z2 24 (Stacy Miller, Deanne O’Leary); Hobitz Blue 32 (Mandy Smith,Kaitlyn Nunn) d Lakes 24 (Jodie McInnes, Alexia Peek); MGNA I1 27 (Chelsea Koopman, Nikki McRae) d Amazons Pink 14 (Kellie Buck, Robyn Hill); Hobitz Red 36 (Amber Formosa, Aimee Kilpatrick) drew with MGNA Z2 36 (Deanne O’Leary, Chloe Haskins); Amazons Grey 25 (Kristyn Thomas, Brooke Holmes) d MGNA V1 19 (Sophie Wight, Bianca Jackway) Junior 15 Hobitz 55 (Amarley Wilson, Marne Formosa) d MGNA Z4 7 (Amy Innes, Skye Sander); MGNA Z3 24 (Mia Watt, Alisha Brook) d MGNA V2 11 (Zariah Fulham, Ruby Black);MGNA Z4 25 (Ruby Slotegraff, Sophie Kemp) d MGNA V2 16 (Rachel Mitchell, Brianna Sherrard); MGNA V3 29 (Sophie Wight, Ava Simpson) d MGNA Z3 12 (Mia Watts, Kimberly Opperman) Junior 13 MGNA Z5 53 (Sarah Miller, Bella Gregory) d Hobitz White 3 (Phoenix Jones, Ruby Leatch); Hobitz Blue 33 (Destiny Mudford, Zara Neal) d Amazons 3 (Ivory Booth, Peta Polgreen); Hobitz Blue 58 (Makayla Sneedon, Tahlia Neale) d Hobitz White 7 (Natalie Stubberfield, Phoenix Jones); MGNA Z5 31 (Belle Gregory, Sarah Miller) dHobitz Red 3 (Lara Wilson, Sienna Edwards)

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MID SOUTH EAST NETBALL 2020 LIGHTNING CARNIVAL 17 & UNDER

ROUND FIVE 17 & UNDER

SEMI FINALS Hatherleigh 20 d Mt Burr 12; Kalangadoo 25 d Robe 11 GRAND FINAL Kalangadoo 19 d Hatherleigh 11

Millicent 64 (L. Denton, P. Nitschke) d West Gambier 54 (S. Ritter, T. Carraill); North Gambier 35 (E. Willoughby, A. Dyson) d South Gambier 32 (I. Kenny, G. Ryan)

15 & UNDER A

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Millicent 46 (P. Lucas, D. Tunkin) d West Gambier 24 (A. Pearson, L. Croker); South Gambier 36 (E. Jones, C. Dunn) d North Gambier 27 (A. Coon, A. Tentye)

QUARTER FINALS Port MacDonnell 25 d Nangwarry 9; Hatherleigh 30 d Glencoe 1; Mt Burr 28 d Robe 10 SEMI FINALS Hatherleigh 32 d Robe 4; Mt Burr 19 d Port MacDonnell 13 GRAND FINAL Hatherleigh 27 d Mt Burr 6

15 & UNDER B Millicent 34 (B. Watson, L. Paul) d Wets Gambier 14 (C. Duryea, L. Simpson); South Gambier 27 (M. Dalton, Z. Balog) d North Gambier 18 (K. Winterfield, G. Maldari)

13 & UNDER A Millicent 35 (E. Easterby, M. Lynch) d West Gambier 16 (E. Jolley, T. Lindner); North Gambier 70 (S. Mobbs, J. Young) d South Gambier 7 (C. Attiwill, S. Morale)

13 & UNDER

13 & UNDER B

SEMI FINALS Kalangadoo 23 d Tantanoola 10; Port MacDonnell 16 d Hatherleigh 12 GRAND FINAL Kalangadoo 16 d Port MacDonnell 12

Millicent 36 (S. Sigston, K. Dunn) d West Gambier 17 (A. Hudson, M. Dyson); North Gambier 28 (E. Adam, T. Jones) d South Gambier 2 (E. Walker, B. Bell)

11 & UNDER 17 & Under Mid South East Netball Association junior carnival champions - Kalangadoo

West Gambier 16 (L. Murdoch, M. Neale) d Millicent 11 (P. Bowman, R. Darimaani); North Gambier 28 (T. Jones, S. Cory) d South Gambier 0 (L. Noonan, Z. Harten)


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