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ISSUE 868 - Wednesday, February 10, 2021 | THE LIMESTONE COAST AND SOUTH WEST VICTORIA | 08 8724 7111 |







Never happier Bringing her Peruvian passion to Mount Gambier Candi Mendoza Nunez came to Australia as a student. She had a taste for adventure and international travel had long been on her bucket list. She arrived on our shores eight years ago and never left. She met her husband when she was studying nutrition at UniSA in Adelaide and has since had two beautiful children. She still has family in Peru - her

mother and a couple of siblings but it is safe to say she is more than happy to call Australia home. “It was a very emotional day,” Candi said of her Australia Day citizenship ceremony. “I was just so happy about becoming an Australian. I miss my family but I love the life I have been able to create in Australia. It is not what I expected but I am so happy this is where I decided to come.”

LEFT: Candi Mendoza Nunez was sworn in as an Australian citizen on Australia Day in Mount Gambier. See inside for full story.

Bringing ideas to life

Jeremy Ievins has used his artistic talents for a variety of community projects - from stobie pole art to large scale murals. He shines a light on issues from multiculturalism to mental health, he uses his skills to raise money for community organisations and he works side by side with the region’s youth. See inside for full story

It’s all about new beginnings in 2021 Tenison Woods College welcomes new Reception students to their new facility

Savannah Williams

A brand new intake of students and a brand new building for them to call home. Life for the Reception class of 2021 at Tenison Woods College was the start of an educational journey like no other as these fortunate students became the first to call the MacKillop Learning

Phoebe Slater says goodbye before her first day.

Community building home. It was on January 27 that 73 new faces entered the new state of the art facility, boasting five open classrooms with breakout and meeting rooms, a large creative maker studio, two unique learning pods, as well as a spacious sensory room.

Makenna Cook

Harrison Ras

Ronny Shine

Courtney McDonald & Ollie Marshall

A snapshot of the new reception building

The Reception building is the latest addition to the college, following many developments over the course of last year, including the construction of the Middle School Gilap Wanga Learning Community and the Poplars Inclusive Education Centre.

Reception Teachers - Maria Jeffrey, Vicki Gleed, Mirella Prosperi-Porta, Katie Window & Rachelle Sullivan

Renovations were also made to the Out of School Hours Care Centre and a substantial extension to the Early Learning and Community Centre. These renovations and buildings are the result of a very collaborative approach to designing spaces which accentuate child

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competency and agency, as well as teacher collaboration. Tenison Woods College also looks forward to continuing the planning of the Junior School (Year 1-6) building, which will commence at the conclusion of 2021, ready for occupation in 2023.

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Henry Marlow

A shapshot of the new facilities at Tenison Woods College and new reception student kaddie Kilsby who looks happy with the new home for the first timers.

Life on the open road OGR & Red Cross combine for valuable driver education program American author and pastor John C. Maxwell coined the phrase “team work makes the dream work” and OGR dealer principal Bryce Roberts borrowed the phrase to encapsulate the partnership the car dealership has formed with the Red Cross. It was 12 months ago Red Cross Limestone Coast regional manager David Walshaw approached Mr Roberts as he looked to set up a migrant driver training program. “I had a business case to present and Bryce wasn’t interested in that, he was happy to agree to help in any way he could and it has become a fabulous partnership,” Mr Walshaw said. Not having a driver’s licence makes life difficult for new arrivals to the region. From social isolation to making it hard to gain employment, especially when work opportunities outside of Mount Gambier where there are no public transport options, it all ends up with local self esteem. “Many of our new arrivals come from countries where they didn’t have a car and couldn’t afford it and if they did have a licence, they often weren’t eligible to transfer it,” Mr Walshaw said. “For me the question was, what can we do about it?” That initial meeting saw the Red Cross gifted a brand new Astra and the migrant driving program already has 20 graduates. Last Friday, a new vehicle was donated by OGR as the program looks to go from strength to strength, with the Limestone Coast pilot program already rolled out in Ceduna’s indigenous community, as well as a Riverland program which is currently being established and Port Lincoln is also on the radar.

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“They are all based on the model started in Mount Gambier.” Mr Walshaw said. The generosity of Bryce and the OGR team has been pivotal in the local program’s success, as has the financial support for insurance, fuel and other running costs by Lakes Rotary Mount Gambier, as well as the volunteer instructors that have put in around 2000 hours in the inaugural 12 months. “That would equate to employing someone full time,” Mr Walshaw said. Language barriers have been one of the greatest challenges for the program and the Mount Gambier program has been fortunate to have Eric Sibomana come on board as an instructor with Barazan Zadnan set to join him. “Eric had already been doing driver education on weekends in his community,” Mr Walshaw said. “It has been especially valuable for working with our African community and having Eric to teach has helped overcome the language difficulties.” Barazan is from Iraq and will be looking to provide a conduit for the Middle Eastern community as he trains to become an instructor. “It is a program that has taken a whole of community involvement,” Mr Walshaw said. And that involvement even stems back to the initial stage of gaining your learner’s permit with Vincent Uwimaho helping migrants gain that crucial initial accreditation. Testament to Vincent’s value is helping someone who had failed 10 times, which at $85 a pop is not a cheap exercise, but once she had Vincent’s help she passed her very next time at sitting the written

test. Mr Walshaw was also quick to point out the Red Cross driver training cars are about more than just driver training. They recently headed up to the Lucindale fireground to provide assistance and relief. “When you see the car out there you know it’s doing good things,” he said. For Bryce and the OGR team, the vehicle donation for the migrant driver training program is just the most recent of the dealership’s association with the Red Cross. “Our long standing association with Red Cross didn’t begin just

here with driver training,” he said. “We first got involved in home maintenance – it is a long standing relationship. “We want to make sure new members of the community can come in and get involved. “We want to make sure Mount Gambier is sustainable and we will take up the opportunity to support in any way we can. “We are very proud to be associated with this as long as we have and want to continue that relationship for many years to come.” Red Cross member Libby Furner was also thrilled to see the driver training program continue to

flourish. “I want to thank you as a person in the community to OGR and Bryce for participating in this program,” she said. “One group on its own can’t manage it but together you can achieve something.” MIGRANT DRIVER TRAINING PROGRAM: Driving instructor Eric Sibomana; Red Cross Limesone Coast regional manger David Walshaw; OGR dealer principal Bryce Roberts & driver instructor in training Barazan Zadnan.

Robe set to host 2021’s first major event The Robe Boat Fishing and Leisure Show has a new date and new attractions Location, location, location. It’s an adage long associated with real estate success but can just as easily apply to running a successful event and when it comes to locations, Robe’s Lake Butler Marina has a mortgage on one of the best. Robe Boat Fishing and Leisure Show is a three acre expo that takes in Robe’s picturesque marina and it looms as the first major event in the region since COVID saw large scale events wiped from the calendar. Heading into its ninth year, Robe Boat Fishing and Leisure Show organiser Jamie Aitken said the event has continued to evolve and a change of date has been one of the major overhauls. “We used to clash with the Kingston Surf Fishing Competition

in January and we realised we could work together – they could promote our event and we could promote theirs – in the end it is about promoting the fishing industry and opportunities in this region,” Jamie said. The 2021 Robe Boat Fishing and Leisure Show is now set down

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for February 27 & 28 and has also added the Taste of Robe marquee and the Sounds of Robe entertainment program with the new additions nestled on the bend where the channel meets the harbour at Lake Butler. “You can sit there, eating local produce, drinking local beer and wine and enjoy some wonderful entertainment as you watch the boats coming and going – it is a beautiful setting,” Jamie said. Art and fashion will also be centre stage in the food and entertainment precinct. Karratta Wines, Woodsoak Wines and St Mary’s Wines will all be part of the Taste of Robe, along with Robe Town Brewery, while the line up of culinary creations will come from Food Lab Robe, Sails, Robe Seafood and Strawberries Galore.

“Food Lab is run by this amazing Italian who was a chef at Nautilus in Port Douglas,” Jamie said. “He is sensational and he fell in love with Robe and decided to stay and open up his own place. He does the best pizzas, you could be sitting

in Florence, and he has a fabulous charcoal grill for his lamb, pork and chicken and all that will be offer.” Sails’ Adam Brookes will be whipping up his famous lobster pies and Robe Seafood’s van will be serving their fish and chips, while the Riverland based Strawberries Galore will be serving all things strawberry, including fresh with cream, strawberry icecream and waffles. The food and beverage offerings are the perfect accompaniment for the art exhibition and the four, one hour music performances, on both days, between 12 and 4pm, as well as the reason for the event in the first place – a show piece for the latest in fishing and boating. Lifestyle1 will take a closer look at the fishing and boagting exhibitors in next week’s Lifestyle1.

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The popular Kingston SE Surf Fishing contest is over for another year after attracting another bumper field of anglers. One competitor has shared their experience of the time honoured event which was in its 42nd year, attracting more than 1200 competitors on a weekend of perfect weather. “As a keen angler it is the one weekend of the year everyone looks forward to especially dust off the 12foot surf rod. The preparation for the weekend began early on Tuesday when the lure of winning a boat for the heaviest scale fish was too tempting an opportunity to pass on. Firstly I made sure I had enough variations of rigs and decided to upgrade and buy a new pilchard lure. Changing tactics from last year’s failed attempt at using fresh pilchards on double-gang hooks I decided that a lure may be the answer. Upon entering the competition I asked for more advice about bait and after much discussion with the local experts I bought a smorgasbord including Squid, and Cockles. Venturing out to the beautiful scenery of the Granites late Saturday afternoon I set up camp having to borrow a mallet from my neighbours to make sure the rod stand was stable. The conditions were exceptional with warm water definitely a bonus when wadding waste deep before casting! The breeze was light and the tide although a Dodge tide was not a hindrance to a pearler of an evening. Traditionally someone always lands in trouble with a vehicle hedged on a sandbar. As

luck would have it, later in the evening a car got bogged at the entrance to the Granites as this beach is definitely four wheel drive only. However the locals were happy to help the tourists out whilst watching for their rods twitching at the same time. A huge stingray was caught nearby and gave cheer to the adjacent fishers that we all may end up catching something substantial. Time went by very quickly watching the sun go down and my “last cast” call kept ongoing as I was having too much fun! Whilst I did not catch anything the fish munched the bait leaving it looking like wool dags on the end of the hook! Even though I lost all of my bait and fed the fish the experience was well worth the entry fee. Well done to the Kingston SE Lions Club and everyone involved for organizing another successful event! Happy Fishing!” Miss Paternoster

The Twin Peaks Hill Climb was greeted with perfect conditions as drivers looked to beat each other and the clock at the South East Automobile Club (SEAC) hosted event with local hope Damian Brand leading the pack after day one of competition. Check out next week’s Lifestyle1 for the full results. PHOTOS COURTESY OF DARREN ARCHIBALD.

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Bringing ideas to life Bringing colour & life to the Limestone Coast sees artists honoured with top award

Community art projects, a passion for the environment, a commitment to focussing on mental health and a wonderful connection with the region’s youth earned Jeremy Ievins the District Council of Grant Citizen of the Year as part of council’s Australia Day celebrations. Art has been a part of Jeremy’s life for as long as he can remember and it has been his way of connecting with youth and shining a spotlight on the causes close to his heart and it all started with the Australian landscape. “I always loved drawing and it was late primary school, the start of high school that it became a big influence in my life,” he said. “I had some Australian landscape books that had these nice photographs of the outback and other Australian landscapes and I used to copy those.” But any serious pursuit of art took a backseat to growing up, finding a job and raising a young family but it was that family that

eventually brought art back into his life. “When the kids came along I wanted to show them how to do stuff,” Jeremy said. “I wanted to teach them how to draw and paint and things like that. Once the kids got to an age when I could do stuff with them, art became really important again – doing things with them and for them.” And that spirit of getting involved only grew as Jeremy’s art became a conduit for community projects, especially youth-oriented projects. “I certainly didn’t come up with any of these ideas but I am always happy to get involved,” Jeremy said. “Projects like the Tarpeena Skatepark are other people’s ideas but I am happy to help the kids come up with a plan and then run with it, like the painting and everything like that.” Jeremy’s custom surfboard designs are arguably his most famous works but it all started with wedding shoes. “Couples wanted things like the

wedding date and their new name written on them and I just got creative – again, other people’s ideas – I would never have thought of doing that,” he said. “I guess my skill is when someone has a good idea I can run with it. I do like to push the parameters once I have the vision.” He also likes to share his expertise and his target market has long been the region’s youth. “I have done quite a few workshops, in schools and for youth week and events like that,” he said. “I think having someone like me in the schools working with kids is a great initiative from the teachers – I never had anything like that at school. My artwork appeals to kids and I use a fast drying paint that means the process is not tedious. I love showing the kids how to paint their own items.” When Jeremy talks about some of the projects that earned him his Citizen of the Year Award, it borders on matter-of-fact. “A community group might ask for an artwork to raffle and you just do it,” Jeremy said. “When I was told I won the award I didn’t even realise why and it was only at the presentation when they were reading out the criteria and what I had done that I realised I had done a lot of things for the community. I am proud and I while I have seen myself as a role model, I do think it is important that a community has people that are role models. I just help out when I can and I don’t look at that as being a role model. It’s about getting something happening for someone and lending assistance.”

Jeremy is behind the Great Wall of Cultures at the Mount Gambier Migrant Centre and it has him in line to complete a similar project for the Migrant Centre in Naracoorte. “I enjoy that I always have a different challenge when it comes to my art projects,” he said.

“Large scale murals are the most challenging but when they are finished it is always worth it.” Jeremy has also worked with Pariya Ziakas on Mount Gambier’s stobie pole art project and has been closely associated with a number of local charities including Spare Ya Change for Kids.


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When the going gets tough, Zawa gets going From African refugee camps to Mount Gambier Zawadi Rashidi was born in the Congo and from the time she was one until she was 18 and moved to Australia she lived in refugee camps. Seventeen years having nowhere to call home with her mother, older brother and two younger siblings in camps in both Tanzania and Mozambique. It was a tough upbringing and in truth, the transition to life in Australia was far from easy but on Australia Day this year, on her third attempt, after paperwork issues stymied her first two attempts, Zawa was surrounded by her Australian family and friends as she swore allegiance to Australia at the ceremony in Mount Gambier at the Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre. You could not wipe the smile off her face as she embraced her new home. If you struggle to imagine life in a refugee camp, try and imagine moving to Mount Gambier without a word of English. “My first day at Mount Gambier High School the teacher asked me how I found the weather in Mount Gambier and I responded by saying ‘hello, my name is Zawa’,” she said. “It was the only English I knew and I didn’t even understand what she had asked me.” Zawa already had four languages under her belt – her native tongue Kituba, Swahili, French and Portuguese - and wrongly assumed she would pick English up with relative ease. “When I came her I thought it would be easy for me to learn English,” Zawa said. “But everything is so different with English – the way you write things, the way you pronounce. The school taught me how to spell and how to read but it was when I was out in the community where I learned how to speak.” Zawa might have moved to Mount Gambier with her family but it was her friends that she missed, finding it hard to settle initially. “When the government in Mozambique told us we were going to live in another country we assumed it was going to be America,” Zawa said. “Then we found out it would ne America, Canada, the UK, Denmark or Australia and we were going to Australia but all my friends went to America. That’s really the only reason I didn’t like Australia when I first came here.” The trip to Australia was Zawa’s first time in a plane, flying into Melbourne and then on another flight to Mount Gambier, arriving at the end of August seven years

ago. Three years into the family’s life in Australia, though, Zawa was set to face a new challenge – life on her own. Her older brother moved to Perth and her mother and younger brother and sister moved to Melbourne – the family fractured and Zawa was left to fend for herself. In hindsight, an optimistic person could see this tragic turn of events, which also saw the local Congolese community not embracing one of their own, as a sliding doors moment. Zawa was homeless was not much more than the clothes on her back and ended up in hospital – enter the help the 21 year old so desperately needed. She received an essential care pack from the Lioness Club of Mount Gambier – a long standing project of the local group – and decided to contact the local group, which is where she ended up connecting with Gayle Green, who has basically become her Australian mother. She was also hooked up with Monica Hart by hospital staff member Angela as the practical help the young migrant needed arrived. “I had no clothes and Monica brought me clothes and Monica and Geoff have become my adopted family in Mount Gambier,” Zawa said. “They have helped me in so many different ways.” Her newfound friends were able to help her get on top of her

Mount Gambier Hay Run set for second trip The Mount Gambier Hay Run has already made one trip to Lucindale to help farmers in need and organisers have a second run on the calendar for February 20. The plan is to deliver, where posssible, to farmers on site and if you have any hay you could donate please contact Adam Smith on 0417 821 686

finances and also with her study – Certificate III in Disability & Aged Care – where she was having trouble, more so with the language than the content, with providing the necessary support. She has since completed that study and had roles in both sectors and while she thoroughly enjoyed working with people with disabilities, she is in the throes of a career change with a move to childcare, starting her first trial shift this week and also embarking on the necessary study to enter the industry. “I have done quite a bit of babysitting since I moved here and I am looking forward to the change,” Zawa said. And if there is one thing for sure, it is this young African is a hard worker, who while she was battling to complete her study and find employment, took jobs as a grape picker and also spent time working at the meat works in Naracoorte. Her strongest connection to her culture comes through dance. She did teach traditional dance briefly when she first arrived in Mount Gambier at Tenison Woods College and would love to return to sharing her traditional dance with the Mount Gambier community and maybe able to tap into an opportunity at this year’s Fringe Mount Gambier. Life in Mount Gambier is still a work in progress for Zawa but she feels strongly it is her forever home and is keen to become even more involved in the community that has so strongly embraced her.

Never happier Bringing her Peruvian passion to Mount Gambier





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Candi Mendoza Nunez came to Australia as a student. She had a taste for adventure and international travel had long been on her bucket list. She arrived on our shores eight years ago and never left. She met her husband when she was studying nutrition at UniSA in Adelaide and has since had two beautiful children. She still has family in Peru - her mother and a couple of siblings but it is safe to say she is more than happy to call Australia home. “It was a very emotional day,” Candi said of her Australia Day citizenship ceremony. “I was just so happy about becoming an Australian. I miss my family but I love the life I have been able to create in Australia. It is not what I expected but I am so happy this is where I decided to come.” Candi’s original plan was to start travelling the world as an 18 year old but those plans were shelved until she was 23 - it was the first but certainly not the last time the Peruvian national’s plans changed. “My financial situation, trying to finish up my education at the time all just meant I had to wait a bit longer,” she said. “I have always been adventurous and I like getting to know different cultures, trying different foods and learning different languages.” Her first stop was always going to be the United States but when she attended a student workshop to investigate her study options overseas, New Zealand, Canada and Australia were heavily promoted and Candi opted for the UniSA course in Adelaide. It was a three year course in

“...I have always been adventurous and I like getting to know different cultures, trying different foods and learning different languages...” nutrition but after completing two years, Candi’s life took another unexpected turn, meeting her husband Michael through friends, which saw her take her time away from study to get married and have her two beautiful children – four year old Letissia and two year old Mateo. She is set to complete her nutrition studies this year as she looks to come up with an online schedule as well as campus visits to Adelaide. In her native Lima, Candi was a teacher, working with students of all ages, from young children to adults, teaching English. She also taught Spanish to foreigners.

“Coming to Australia was a great opportunity to practise my English,” she said. Husband Michael is a fire fighter in training, which is how the young family ended up in Mount Gambier but, of course, no matter how much Candi was adapted and grown to love her life in Australia, she does miss her family and her country of origin. “Michael and I have been back to Peru once,” she said. “But I talk to my mum and siblings on face time. I miss the music, I miss the food and I definitely miss my family.” Candi has hosted a couple of evenings at her home with a

“...It is not what I expected but I am so happy this is where I decided to come...”

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strong focus on Peruvian cuisine and decorations and while it is a lot of work, sharing her culture is something she loves. “It is also a great way to get to know people,” Candi. Meeting Michael and spending time with his family also gave Candi the inside track on learning about Australian culture. “I don’t think until I met Michael that I really understood Australian culture but when you are on the inside and seeing it up close, you learn so much,” she said. And she also took her citizenship studies seriously, so committed was she to becoming a citizen of new home. It was Candi’s desire to join the army that actually kickstarted her citizenship campaign but for now , on top of looking to kickstart her study again, Candi is working at COVID testing sites, is a personal care assistant at Boandik and has a respite role with Candi has called Mount Gambier home for two years and finds it quizzical that Mount Gambier is described as a small city. “People say to me that Mount Gambier is small but there are so many people I haven’t met and places I haven’t been,” she said. But who she has met and where she has visited has vindicated her choice of Australia for her first trip away from South America. “I love the freedom here,” Candi said. “I love the playgrounds, I love that all the cities are tidy and in good condition, I love the people – they are so welcoming and energetic.”

It’s feel good February Free events at Libraries After Dark

Get set to venture ‘after dark’ at the Portland Library and enjoy music, meditation and more as part of the free weekly events program this February. Through the Libraries After Dark program, the Portland Library will continue to offer a range of free inclusive and informal activities every Thursday evening. This month the schedule will feature a health and wellness focus as part of ‘Feel Good February’, with a yoga class, live music and a meditation session all scheduled. Library and information services manager Tanya Flockhart said she was delighted to see growing support for the new Libraries After Dark program and hoped the diversity of events this month would see more new faces visiting thelLibrary. Feel Good February kicked off with a movie screening last month but there is plenty left on the program, including local yoga teacher Shae Spry, taking a 5pm session of Vinyasa yoga on February 11. This is a beginner’s friendly session but is open to people of all yoga levels and attendees are asked to BYO their own mat or towel. “Later in February we will host a live music event with local artist Jess Cook, and welcome back Shae Spry for a calming meditation session,” Ms Flockhart said. “All these events are free and open to community members of all ages; however, our yoga and meditation sessions will require a booking due to a limit on participants. “I look forward to seeing many new and existing faces visiting

the Library and enjoying music, meditation and more as part of ‘Feel Good February’.” To keep up date with future Libraries After Dark events and activities, please visit the Glenelg Libraries Facebook page.” The Libraries After Dark program is an initiative of the Moreland City Council and supports libraries across Victoria through funds provided by the Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation. The funding has allowed the Portland Library to extend its opening hours until 10pm every Thursday for the next two years with all regular library services and facilities available in addition to the events and programs being offered. Feel Good February Program Portland Library • Thursday 4 February 7pm – 8:30pm Movie Screening – “This Beautiful Fantastic” • Thursday 11 February 6pm – 7pm Yoga session with Shae Spry Bookings essential Phone (03)5522 2265 • Thursday 18 February 7pm – 9pm Live music with Jess Cook • Thursday 25 February 6pm – 7pm Meditation with Shae Spry Bookings essential Phone (03)5522 2265 FEELING GOOD IN FEBRUARY: Yoga teacher Shae Spry will bring her yoga class to the Portland Library as part of the free weekly Libraries After Dark programming.

Look who’s back Lakes Rotary Library Market returns for short stint It’s a case of better late than never with the Library Market set to return this month after being put on ice, along with most other large public events. Lakes Rotary members have been putting in the hard yards to ensure they have everything in place to run a COVID safe market, even if it is just twice - the February and March monthly markets. Due to circumstances beyond the club’s control, and with ever changing regulations, the club had not been able to run the usual monthly market from October to January. Club members, though, recognise the importance of the markets to stall holders, especially with so many others events and opportunities to show their wares cancelled, and had been committed to running a modified market program when the time was right. The club has now been able to put in place all necessary protocols to give stall holders and the general public the opportunity to come and find the odd treasure or perhaps a spiral potato. The markets will be held on February 14 and March 14. The market will look a little different from before with dedicated entry points and all

attending will be required to complete contact tracing via either our QR code or manual forms. Everyone attending will also be required to wear a wristband once contact tracing completed.

Bookings for stallholders are now being taken. Please contact market coordinator Trevor on 0408 854 616 or email market@ or for further information.

Jazz at your fingertips Port Fairy Jazz Festival moves into cyberspace Every February Port Fairy becomes the centre of the national jazz universe but the uncertainty of the past few months saw the time honoured Port Fairy Jazz Festival wiped from the calendar. Despite the reluctant cancellation, organisers were always keen to put together a virtual program and the details have now been released. It is all about keeping the fans in touch with their favourite bands’ music and discover new acts with hopes high crowds will be back for the 2022 festival. The virtual festival concept was floated with the musicians who normally attend the festival and a number of them generously agreed to provide videos of their performances. As you will see a number of these videos have been

made under lock-down conditions, making this a memorable ‘Covid-19 Festival’. This virtual festival has been curated and can be accessed now by clicking on the Virtual Festival tab on the jazz festival website It is as simple as clicking on the band name to take you to a page

dedicated to that soloist or group’s dedicated page, which then tells you a little about that act and provides you with links to play their video(s). SHAKING THEIR GROOVE THING: Alanna & Old Hat are one of the many popular acts that are part of the virtual festival.

Time honoured tradition continues in 2021 While the South Eastern Cake Designers are around the craft of decorating cakes will never be lost in this region. The group is set to return to its monthly meetings on February 15, at the Mount Gambier Show Committee Room, at 7pm. Anyone interested in cake decorating, whethere they have years of experience or none, are welcome to come along. June Jones will be demonstrating Buttercream Waterlily Cake at the inaugural meeting for 2021. For more information contact June Jones on 0438 234 978 or Mandy Lynn on 0418 815 017.

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Seaside citizenship ceremony Wattle Range welcomes new citizens at Beachport celebrations

Muhammadrizo Abduvahobov (Uzbekistan), Wattle Range Mayor Des Noll & Umidjon Ahmadjonov (Uzbekistan)

Member for MacKillop Nick McBride welcomes new ctiizen Daniel Younger, from the United States.

Member for MacKillop Nick McBride, Alva Aquino, Melody Aquino (holding baby), Abraham Aquino (Philippines) ith Wattle Range Mayor Des Noll at the council’s Australia Day citizenship ceremony.

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Swap Meet & Show ’n’ Shine Sunday 14th February 2021 Malseed Park, White Avenue Gates open 7.00am Siteholders/Public $5 | Children (under 14) FREE Enquiries to Terry 0437 653 720 or Rod 0417 852 273 ** Covid social distancing and sign-in requirements will apply **

Treating people not patients Dr Try Medical Clinic are pleased to announce that Dr Richard Try and Dr Jason Johnson are collaborating to form Mount Gambier Skin Cancer Clinic! 3/14 Crouch Street Mount Gambier SA 5290 | 08 8723 9586

Connie Cinco,& Ahio Cinco, from the Philippines, pledged their allegiance to Australia.

Claire Izzo with conferee Cindy Stevenson, from the United States, who became an Australian citizen at the Beachport Australia Day ceremony.

The great outdoors Opportunites on offer to become a volunteer park ranger Ever wanted to help behind the scenes at some of South Australia’s most iconic National Parks? Applications are now open for the National Parks and Wildlife Service South Australia (NPWSSA) Volunteer Ranger Program, giving participants the chance to help out in some of South Australia’s most unique and beautiful parks. Volunteer rangers are currently being sought in all South Australian regions, including the Lower South East. Volunteer rangers provide practical and focused handson service by supporting park conservation and wildlife, as well as ensuring park visitors have a safe and memorable experience. They help with everything from taking visitors on guided walks through to pest, plant and animal control, undertaking wildlife surveys, trail marking, facilities maintenance and more. NPWSSA executive director Mike Williams said he wanted to build

upon the success of the program, which celebrated a significant milestone in October last year, with 100 volunteer rangers being appointed in the program. “The South Australian Volunteer Ranger Program provides an opportunity for South Australians with a passion for the environment to get involved in activities that help support the management of our parks and reserves and connect people to nature,” he said. “We want to improve visitor experiences and increase the number of people who can enjoy our parks across South Australia and volunteer park rangers play a crucial role in this. “We are looking to continue to build a strong network of volunteer rangers across the state, so I encourage all interested applicants to apply.” Participation is flexible according to regional requirements. It may be a once a week commitment, or small blocks of time. Activities may

sometimes be for a single volunteer ranger or for a group of volunteer rangers. The program is currently run across multiple national parks in South Australia. For more information and to apply to join visit www.parks.

A new look walk down memory lane


Storytelling moves into the virtual world as Mount Gambier Library launches new project 2021 ROAD RESEALING PROGRAM Council advises that Gambier Earth Movers will be undertaking the road resealing program in coming weeks with works commencing on Monday 8 February 2021. Further notification will be provided to affected residents by Gambier Earth Movers prior to the commencement of each road. The public is requested to exercise care and patience during the works and to ensure that children and pets are kept well clear of machinery. Please direct any enquiries to Gambier Earth Movers on 8725 4093. The following works are scheduled to occur:

The Mount Gambier Library Immersive Storytelling project will be launched at City Hall on Monda, February 15, at 10.30am. Combining the use of Virtual Reality (VR) technology, oral history recordings and photographs from the Les Hill Historic Collection to create customised local content, the project aims to promote mental, social and emotional wellbeing for those in aged care. With Virtual Reality becoming more accessible to the general public, the creation of local content and the overlay of oral stories from residents within the community will enable aged care residents to recall significant events and how things around the city once looked while sharing their own memories and experiences. Mount Gambier Library programming officer Ricky Koopman was thrilled with how the new look project was coming together. “Not only is this a unique collection of local history and potential tourism promotion, Immersive Storytelling will also benefit the wellbeing of residents

“...not only are we ensuring history is collected now, but this initiative also gives people a chance to revisit these areas...” Mount Gambier Library programming officer Ricky Koopman with a disability or in aged care,” he said. Immersive stories have been created on the Valley Lakes, the Queen’s visit to Mount Gambier, Commercial Street traders and the Leg of Mutton, with future stories being collated for further projects. “Many of Mount Gambier’s popular attractions are either at the bottom of a sinkhole or at the top of a volcanic crater, meaning they are inaccessible to those with mobility issues, age or disability,” Mr Koopman said. “Not only are we ensuring history is collected now, but this initiative also gives people a chance to revisit these areas.” The launch is open to the public and bookings are essential as seats are limited. To book, contact the Library on (08)8721 2540. This initiative is supported by the Office for Ageing Well thanks to a $16,900

“...a unique collection of local history and potential tourism promotion...” Mount Gambier Library programming officer Ricky Koopman

Age Friendly SA grant received by Mount Gambier Library in 2019. The project was one of eight successful initiatives chosen from across South Australia, however the rollout was postponed due to COVID-19. HISTORY IN THE COMFORT OF YOUR OWN HOME: Mount Gambier resident Noela Hellyer experiencing local stories in VR thanks to the library’s Immersive Storytelling project. STORY COLLECTION WITH AS DIFFERENCE: (Below left) Maxine Sheppard hard at work to help put the Immersive Storytelling Project together and (below right) project participant Liz Vears (left) reminisces while recording stories for the Immersive Storytelling project with the Mount Gambier Library’s Ricky Koopman. The stories of locals have been captured for the public to hear alongside 360 degree footage through the use of Virtual Reality technology.


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The latest extension of the Mount Gambier Rail Trail has recently been completed with the trail now covering the city from the east to west boundary and completing the conversion of the entire former railway line. The shared path for cyclists and pedestrians was extended 1.2 kilometres from White Avenue to the city boundary on Tollner Road as part of stage four of the project. City of Mount Gambier environmental sustainability officer Aaron Izzard said the high quality path was great for residents and visitors to Mount Gambier and now covers all available rail line in Mount Gambier. “It is hoped that the extension will assist with connecting users to a larger rail trail network across the region in the future,” Mr Izzard said. The $221,000 project was supported by a grant from the

State Government Bicycle Fund and brings the total length of the trail to 12.4 kilometres. Stage four of the Rail Trail extends 1.2km west to Tollner Road, complementing the previous extension to Wandilo Road and bringing the total length to 12.4km. Construction took place over a five month period with City of Mount Gambier Depot staff and local contractor Gambier Earth Movers completing the works. City of Mount Gambier construction and maintenance coordinator Chris Habets said the trail is already in use with surrounding residents praising the extension. “Initial feedback during the final stages of construction is that the extension has been welcomed, particularly from those who live in the western part of the city,” Mr Habets said.

Fencing adjacent to the road crossings, pedestrian tactile paving and further line marking will be completed in the coming weeks. Council will now seek further funding from the State Government under the Local Government Infrastructure Partnership Program for solar lighting along the entire trail and an extension from Wandilo Road to Wireless Road West, linking with the TAFE and UniSA campuses. RAIL TRAIL REDEVELOPMENT: Corey Radford, Glen Lewis, City of Mount Gambier environmental sustainability officer Aaron Izzard, Patrick Grubb and City of Mount Gambier construction and maintenance coordinator Chris Habets.

Time to explore your own backyard Naracoorte Travel n Cruise have plenty of tours on offer for domestic travel Naracoorte Travel n Cruise have been personally escorting group tours for hundreds of people throughout the Limestone Coast and beyond for the past 10 years. While the rest of the world may not be accessible right now, it is no better time to discover our own backyard and the naracoorte Travel n Cruise team would love for you to join them to Holiday Here This Year. Offering local return coach transfers and a friendly and experienced local escort there is no surprise that their tours continually book out in advance. Offering unique, boutique, value for money small group experiences Naracoorte Travel n Cruise can also personally tailor an itinerary for any group being friends, families, schooling, special interest, agricultural or sporting – escorted or not – whatever your passion, the Naracorote team has you

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Suite 2/14 Helen Street, Mount Gambier

7 Gerloff Street

7 Gerloff Street


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$240 pw | Available NOW

6/56 Brownes Road


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$260 pw | Available NOW

2/20 Mitchell Street


1 1

$260 pw | Available 5/3/21

13 Locke Street


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$275 pw | Available 26/2/21

3004/3 Lake Terrace West


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$290 pw | Available NOW

12 Anzac Street


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$390 pw | Available NOW

23 Cape Douglas Road


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$400 pw | Available NOW

$65,000 a| 819m2 approx A fantastic elevated block in an ultra desirable location – stunning views & surrounded by quality homes – call your builder now!

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6/56 Brownes Road

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$240 pw 3 1 2 • Three bedrooms • Large lounge with gas heater • Eat in kitchen with new electric/ gas cooking & dishwasher • R/C air conditioner • Undercover patio /verandah area • Single carport & garage detached • Work shed & storage area • Close to shopping • Secure yard • No Pets

2/20 Mitchell Street

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$260 pw 2 1 1 • 2 bedrooms, main with BIR & dressing table • Lounge with reverse cycle air conditioning • Kitchen/dine with electric cooking • Single garage under main roof with internal access • Lawn maintenance included • No pets


Avail 5/3/21

$260 pw 3 1 1 • 3 bedrooms, all with BIR’S • Open plan kitchen/living/dine • Kitchen with gas appliances • Bathroom with separate bath • Ducted gas heating & R/C air con • Outdoor entertaining area • No pets

Paul Chuck SALES 0409 541 113

Ben Jeffrey SALES 0417 810 246

30 Umpherston Street

24 Hedley Street


$235,000-$245,000 3 1 1 Well presented and maintained home that is sure to appeal. Fantastic investment or first home on low maintenance easy care allotment. Two street access with room for boat, caravan and cars.

Bernie Gaylard PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 8725 5766

Sharyn Ferguson PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 8725 5766

Emily Rayner SALES 0417 665 085

21 Sturt Street



$329,000-$349,000 + GST

Well maintained commercial property in fast growing area. Tastefully styled inside, perfect for a business or consulting rooms. Large allotment with parking at the rear. Zoned CCE – City Centre.

106 Sea Parade, Port MacDonnell

2/40 Jubilee Highway West

UNDER T CONTRAC 3 2 6 $790,000 Recently updated this property offers wow and sophistication. Kitchen with granite benchtops, gas cooktop, quality appliances and zip hydro tap. Double garage UMR with internal access and a further double garage UMR plus detached 4 bay garage.

34/184 Jubilee Highway West

2/46 Derrington Street





$439,500 3 1 2 This superb seafront property will appeal to the fussiest of buyers, new floor coverings window furnishings. Ultimate outdoor entertaining - settle by the sea!

Located in a group of three is this immaculate solid two bedroom unit. Open plan kitchen, dining and living with split system. Single car garage under the main roof with internal access.

2/3 Henty Street


1 Montgomery Avenue

UNDER T CONTRAC $240,000 2+ 1 1 Price busting house and land package that is ready to build on flat low maintenance 344m2 approx allotment. Full package details are available from the Agent – won’t find better! 103 Eight Mile Creek Road

$195,000 a| 5,800m2 approx A prime opportunity to secure your coastal dream. Popular Seaside location just minutes from Port MacDonnell and Browns Bay. Coastal blocks are selling fast!

12 Anzac Street

$164,500 2 1 1 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! 104 Haviland Court, Port MacDonnell

23 Agnes Street

Lifestyle allotment within the Port MacDonnell township. Services include power and Telstra. Fully bitumised road throughout. Allotments oh so close to the beach.

$95,000 a| 378m2 approx A rare find – Torrens title inner city allotment. Perfect investment allotment or to build your courtyard home. Short walk to Vansittart Park, hotels and restaurants.

23 Cape Douglas Rd, Cape Douglas


a| 2ha approx ea

$165,000 ea

$245,000 2 1 1 Beautifully renovated unit ideal for investment or if you are looking to get into the property market. Open plan living, kitchen with gas cooking and stainless steel appliances. Two generous sized bedrooms both with B.I.Robes.





Situated on a 748m2 block is this solid two bedroom Mount Gambier stone home. Spacious lounge with gas heating and kitchen/dining including electric cooking.

Lot 6 Hay Tce, Kongorong

$55,000 a| 1,200m2 approx Located in the quiet township of Kongorong is this flat level allotment approximately 1,200m2. Electricity passing, fully fenced. Build your dream home (S.T.C.A)

2/2 James Street

Seafarers Way, Port MacDonnell


From $83,500

Great flat serviced allotments in popular coastal township – swim, surf and fish at your doorstep! New stage now available. Enquire now!

32 Commercial Street West

2/2 James Street

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$390 pw 3 1 2 • 3 bedrooms, one with BIR • Kitchen/ dining with gas cooking • Lounge room with leather sofas and large screen television • Reverse cycle airconditioning and gas central heating • Security system • Shed • No pets

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$400 pw 3 2 4 • 3 bedroom home on beachfront • Main with WIR & ensuite, BIRs in bedrooms 2 & 3 • Modern open plan family/living/kitchen with gas cooktop & dishwasher • R/C aircon, slow combustion heater plus under floor heating • Two way bathroom • No pets

Avail NOW 32 Commercial Street West

94 Commercial Street East

Commercial • Ideal for retail or office space • Great incentives on offer from lessor • Approximately 98.16 m2 • Two double access doors • Great window space • Fantastic Location • $1200.00 pcm first year + GST & outgoings, all offers considered

Avail NOW Commercial • Approx. 178m2 showroom area • Excellent retail opportunity • Large open area with reverse cycle air conditioner • Suit a variety of uses • Separate office/store room and kitchen area • Rear carpark area • Large public carparking available • $38,000 + GST - Price Negotiable

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Sale 2A Heath Street, Mt Gambier $179,000 Open by appointment

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Sale 75 Gray Street, Mt Gambier $445,000 - $475,000 Open by appointment

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Sale 22-24 Howard Street, Mt Gambier $219,000 - $229,000 Open by appointment

5 Suttontown Avenue, Mt Gambier $399,000 - $419,000 Open by appointment

37 Emily Street, Millicent $489,000 - $509,000 Open by appointment



FACT Fish & Chip Shop, Mt Gambier POA Open by appointment

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1 Duigan Street, Mt Gambier $349,000 - $369,000 Open by appointment

20 Seventh Street, Millicent $198,000 Open by appointment




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Price Attack, Mt Gambier $220,000 + Stock Open by appointment

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Sarah Barney Sales Executive 0438 883 972

Sonya Jones Executive Assistant (08) 8724 7405

Sale 15 Alfred Court, Beachport $800,000 Open by appointment

Jess Teakle Property Management (08) 8724 7405

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1-3 Englebrecht Lane, Mt Gambier $299,000 Open by appointment

Sale Water Front Cafe at the Jetty, Beachport $290,000 - $320,000 Open by appointment


9 Wattle Street, Mt Gambier $589,000 - $599,000 Open by appointment

18 Marlow Court, Mt Gambier $79,000 Open by appointment


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Macey Humphries Administration (08) 8724 7405

Vacant Land

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Sale 95 Sturt Street, Mt Gambier $109,000 - $119,000 Open by appointment

Naomi Kieselbach Property Management 0438 883 992

13 Alfred Court, Beachport $350,000 Open by appointment

Sale 24 Tanglewood Cres, Mt Gambier 6 $849,000 - $869,000 Open by appointment

Hayley Williams Executive Assistant (08) 8724 7405

Vacant Land

Lot 2, 4, 5 & 6 Southend Access Road, Southend $180,000 each Open by appointment

Vacant Land

Property of the week Comfortable and versatile with loads of shedding

Sale 67 Kirip Road, Glencoe $365,000 Open by appointment

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Ray White Mt Gambier 2A & 2B Mitchell Street Mount Gambier SA 5290 (08) 8724 7405 RLA 291953

13 Illawong Drive, Mt Gambier. $229,000 Open by appointment

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Situated in close proximity to the Mt Gambier Marketplace, Mt Gambier Hospital, Hawkins Clinic Pine Hall, kindergarten & childcare centres. The living room offers timber flooring, RVCA & a large gas heater. The kitchen/diner is tiled, with a breakfast bar, ceiling fan, double sink, gas cooktop, oven and pantry. The bathroom has a separate shower, bath, and vanity with a toilet next door. Three carpeted bedrooms with a spacious master offering a ceiling fan and RVCA. At the rear of the yard are two large shedding areas separated by a sheltered pergola with built in brick bbq area. A double carport with two secure roller doors. The rear space to the right of the pergola could serve as a home-gym or workshop.

Property Sales & Home Staging

RLA 282 450

38 Bertha Street, Mount Gambier

4 Albatross Terrace, Worrolong

Open Open

WEDNESDAY 5.15-5.45

A: 32 Bay Road Mount Gambier P: 08 8723 3416


SATURDAY 11.00-11.30

SATURDAY 10.15-10.45



Stunning 4-bedroom limestone Villa full of charm and character, in a central sought-after location. Whilst preserving its old-world charm, this beautiful home has been tastefully renovated, featuring four bedrooms (3 with BIRs), formal lounge with s/c wood fire, formal dining room with ornate fireplace and an updated kitchen / living room, large family bathroom & laundry, huge private paved entertaining area plus triple bay garage with power, lights and additional shower and toilet. Additional features include two near new split system air conditioners, updated flooring and carpets, gas hot water and the soon to be installed patio blinds.

Expansive five bedroom, two bathroom home with open concept kitchen, dining and living also offering second separate family/home theatre room and versatile second formal dining + cosy study nook. Charming bullnose front veranda gives this property grand street appeal. Generous master suite complimented by ensuite & WIR. Timber floors throughout living areas and high traffic areas. Elegant white farmhouse style timber kitchen with stainless steel electric cooking appliance and dishwasher. Delightful second living room with french doors to close off to internal of the home and glass sliding door opening out to the rear patio. Extras include equipped bore, 2 x 5000 gallon rainwater tanks, 4kW solar, 6m X 12m Colorbond shed and extensive gardens.

$479,000-$509,000 Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

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$610,000-$640,000 Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

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NEW 24 SAINT MARTINS DR, MT GAMBIER $385,000-$405,000

NEW 43 SHEPHERDSON RD, MT GAMBIER $299,000-$319,000

FAMILY SHOW STOPPER! - A lifestyle of convenience and comfort awaits you in this immaculately presented family home - 4-bedroom light filled home is a standout from the rest - Two spacious living areas for all members of the family to have space to relax and unwind - Beautiful outdoor entertaining area with patio blinds and overlooks the new paved fire pit area and lush and attractive rear yard with additional storage shed - Gas ducted heating, split system air conditioning, pop up sprinklers, & double car garage UMR with internal access

AFFORDABLE FAMILY HOME IN A1 LOCATION! - Beautifully presented stone home perfectly positioned between Tenison Woods College & Reidy Park Primary School - Four generous size bedrooms, three with BIR’s & stylish fully renovated bathroom - Two living areas including large kitchen featuring loads of storage - Large pergola and huge deck with uninterrupted views of the garden - Cool man cave with power, lights and wood fire - Set on a large 1012m2 allotment this lovely stone home is packed full of features and great value for money

Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

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Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

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NEW 15 MONTEBELLO DR, MT GAMBIER $349,000-$369,000

53 SUTTONTOWN RD, MT GAMBIER $329,000-$339,000

45 WILLOW AVE, MT GAMBIER $799,000-$869,000

- Recently refurbished home is move in ready with nothing left to do - Open plan living with modern timber look matte finish tiles, renovated kitchen with gloss white cabinetry, stainless steel dishwasher & electric cooking appliances - 3 bedrooms + study or 4 bedroom, main bedroom with WIR and ensuite while 2nd & 3rd both have BIR’s

- Practical u-shaped, dual entrance driveway, remote garage & a covered 3.1m high clearance carport - The home features multiple living areas, an expansive lounge and dining area with gas wall heater & r/c air-con and a kitchen with timber cabinetry, high-end appliances and plenty of space - The backyard offers an undercover entertaining area and a massive 6mx5m shed with a 3mx5m addition

- Truly an amazing entertainer’s paradise with 5 well equipped roomy bedrooms - Extras include tennis court, in-ground pool, alfresco lounge and poolside kitchen - 5 bright, airy and spacious living areas with scenic views from the upper level - Huge shed and carport, ducted heating and cooling, solar system and rainwater tanks

Al Lamond 0418 849 266 2 CHUTE ST, MT GAMBIER

4 2 5 $97,500

- Rare opportunity to purchase vacant land in a great central location - Walking distance to CBD, Vansittart Park and the Rail Lands Precinct - 429m2 allotment ready to build your new home (S.T.C.A.) - Take in the fabulous city views - Stone shed with power connected! Sara O’Connor 0438 708 281


Gail Richards 0409 268 199

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- Last vacant allotment available in well established area amongst quality homes - Elevated block of 819m2 - Close to MacDonald Park PS, St Martins Lutheran School & sporting complex - All services connected & plans available for prospective purchaser - Ring your builder today Al Lamond 0418 849 266


Al Lamond 0419 849 266

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- Private allotment within walking distance to CBD - Rare opportunity to purchase vacant land in a central location - All services available ready for building your dream home - Great location near Reidy Park School & Tenison College - ONLY 1 ALLOTMENT LEFT! Al Lamond 0418 849 266



- Positioned in a premier location, this magnificent inner city home has been beautifully renovated - Superbly placed with views across the dining area and balcony, the kitchen is a cook’s dream with granite bench tops, Zip hydro tap and 900mm gas/ electric cooker - Double garage UMR, extra 9m x 7m garage with high clearance, plus 14m x 7m garage with w/shop Al Lamond 0418 849 266

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- Attention builders, developers and investors enquire today on this incredible opportunity! - This piece of vacant land, being approx. 18,550 m2 (1.855 ha) is ready for residential development (S.T.C.A.) - A proposed subdivision of 25 allotments is available upon request - Multiple opportunities with this prime slice of land Al Lamond 0418 849 266


Gail Richards SALES M: 0409 268 199

Al Lamond SALES M: 0418 849 266

Sara O’Connor SALES M: 0438 708 281

Ben Ransom SALES M: 0400 870 362

Carolyn Gazzard CLIENT SERVICES P: (08) 8723 3416

27 Moonah Avenue, Nelson

Sue Clements CLIENT SERVICES P: (08) 8723 3416

Tegan Pink ADMINISTRATION P: (08) 8723 3416

Rachael Kelly JUNIOR ASSISTANT P: (08) 8723 3416

6 Bengalee Crescent, Mount Gambier

Open SUNDAY 12.30-1.00



Located close to the Glenelg River, in the peaceful township of Nelson, this 3 bedroom home is beautifully presented. Offering a large 11m x 5m undercover entertaining area, specially designed with built in kitchen facilities and new roller blinds. Inside the home you have a versatile floor plan, featuring a spacious open plan living area, offering electric cooking, dishwasher, plus a large amount of bench and cupboard space. Two of the three bedrooms feature built in wardrobes and are all convenient to the large main bathroom, offering separate shower, bath, vanity and toilet. Extras include central vacuum system, 2nd toilet and vanity, large storeroom, solar hot water, reverse cycle split air conditioning, double garage under main roof with one remote door and internal access.

Quality built solid brick home located on one of the best elevated allotments in Mount Gambier. Set on a 1987m2 allotment, properties of this size & elevation rarely come to the open market. Amazing views over the city to the Tower on Mount Gambier, plus glimpses of the top of Mount Schank. 4 double bedrooms, main with WIR & ensuite and remaining bedrooms with BIR’s. Formal dining & lounge rooms with impressive views over Conroe Heights. High raked ceilings with brick feature walls throughout living areas. Timber kitchen/dining area with new oven & plenty of cabinetry. Private established grounds with hotmix driveway and a double carport with additional shed with workshop area. In conjunction with Gebhardts R/E & Peter Dempsey @Realty.

$349,000-$369,000 Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266 243 CAROLINE RD, YAHL $180,000-$200,000

$430,000-$460,000 Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266



7 FAIRWAY CRT, WORROLONG $899,000-$939,000

4 2 2 26 RIDDOCH HWY, TARPEENA $110,000


SATURDAY 1.00-1.30 - Have you got a block of land? Looking for an instant place to live? Then check out this fantastic home! - 4 bedrooms, main with WIR & ensuite, Three additional bedrooms all with BIR’s - Lovely large open plan living area incorporating kitchen/dining/lounge area with electric cooking and walk in pantry - Three way bathroom, laundry and separate toilet 4 2

Gail Richards 0409 268 199

103 MEYLIN ST, PT MACDONNELL $429,000-$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) Gail Richards 0409 268 199






- 5.16 acre allotment located within walking distance of the beach - Minutes from the Port MacDonnell General Store, Hotel & 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) Al Lamond 0418 849 266


- Magnificent Federation style home offering formal lounge & dining and designer kitchen with a 900mm freestanding gas oven - Four large bedrooms, master with WIR plus ensuite and two with BIR’s - Well established gardens with impressive veggie garden and variety of fruit trees - 65,000L rain water tank and town water

- Sitting on the highest peak in Oranivale Estate, it’s hard not to feel on top of the world - Magnificent landscaped gardens surround the 58 square home - Intuitive floor plan is divided into two wings and is designed to take in the sweeping Southerly views over Mount Gambier - This outstanding luxury lifestyle property has it all!

Al 0418 849 266 or Sara 0438 708 281 4

Gail Richards 0409 268 199




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- 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


Al Lamond 0418 849 266





- 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

- Quaint 3 bedroom home with loads of country charm set on a 845m2 allotment - Inside offers separate lounge with new r/c split air con, lovely open plan kitchen/meals/living area with electric cooking and master bedroom with WIR & ensuite - Large storage shed, separate man cave, rainwater tanks & a securely fenced yard

- 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

Gail Richards 0409 268 199 LOT 1 MT PERCY RD, COMPTON





- 5025m2 country living allotment with beautiful outlook - Power & SA Water to be connected - Price includes rural style post and wire fencing to be completed at settlement - Fantastic location on the city fringe, close to Tenison Woods College & Malseed Park Gail Richards 0409 268 199


Al Lamond 0418 849 266 LOT 4 EUMERELLA ST, COMPTON





- 6758m2 country living allotment with beautiful outlook - Power & SA Water to be connected - Price includes rural style post and wire fencing to be completed at settlement - Fantastic location on the city fringe, close to Tenison Woods College & Malseed Park Gail Richards 0409 268 199


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- 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! Al Lamond 0418 849 266


79 North Tce, Mt Gambier $429,000 - $439,000

456 Schinkels Rd, Kongorong Auction 5th March at 12pm

9.30am - 10.00am

Open Saturday

9 Ash Crt, Mt Gambier $359,000

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Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

8 Power St, Mt Gambier Auction 13th February at 12pm

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Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

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Jade Martin 0421 383 368

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11.00am - 11.30am

Open Saturday

119 Jubilee Hwy East, Mt Gambier $259,000

22 Tenison Dr, Mt Gambier $790,000 - $800,000


Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

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Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

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1 Wehl Street South, Mount Gambier 08 8724 9999 98 George Street, Millicent 8733 1989



Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

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Jason 0419 032 795

Bronwyn 8724 9999

Jade 0421 383 368

Sam 8724 9999

8 Bay Rd, Allendale East $120,000

2/13 Myall St, Mt Gambier $280 P/W

Wendy 0468 692 993

62 Sea Pde + 63 Milstead St, Pt MacDonnell 1,234m2 $395,000 - $400,000 Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

551 Mt Burr Rd, Rocky Camp $170,000

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Selena 8724 9999

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Kathy 8733 1989

18 Racketts Rd, Pelican Point $75,000

Tanya 8724 9999



Call 8724 9999

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Kelli 8724 9999

88 Jubilee Hwy West, Mt Gambier $22,000 P.A + GST + OUTGOINGS


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24. Who was the first German model to become a Victoria Secret angel? 25. Who is the Roman goddess of war and wisdom? 26. The largest religious monument in the world – Angkor Wat - is in which country? 27. What is the capital of Greenland? 28. Who sang the national anthem at last year’s Superbowl? 29. The Rhodes Scholarship is available for students at which famous university? 30. The award winning movie Chariots of Fire is based on a true story involving which two British athletes?

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1. The Australian cricket team’s upcoming Test series to which country was recently cancelled? 2. Which author created the detective Alex Cross? 3. Who is the most capped player for New Zealand’s national netball team – the Silver Ferns? 4. What is a baby mouse called? 5. On the TV soap Neighbours, the character Shelia Canning is played by which popular Aussie actress? 6. Solinus & Egeon are central characters in which Shakespeare play? 7. What is the name of a triangle with three unequal sides? 8. Who is the Premier of Western Australia? 9. Aussie singer-songwriter Bernard Fanning was the lead singer of which Aussie band? 10. Reasonable Doubt was the debut album for which rapper? 11. What number guernsey does three time Norm Smith medallist Dustin Martin wear?

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Two way traffic returns Walkers and runners heading both ways on the Blue Lake pedestrian pathway One of Mount Gambier’s most popular walking and running trails has been restored to allow two way traffic. As of last Wednesday the City of Mount Gambier has reinstated the usual clockwise and counterclockwise circumnavigation of the iconic Blue Lake, with users asked to continue to observe physical distancing and remain 1.5 metres away from other walkers and runners where practically possible. To minimise the risk of the spread of COVID-19, council implemented a one-way, clockwise only foot traffic directive around the Blue Lake exercise path as a social distancing measure in April last year. The decision was reviewed last November, and some two way sections were permitted with the exception of the 750m Bay Road section which remained one way due to the narrow path against the barrier to the road which makes physical distancing difficult. City of Mount Gambier infrastructure general manager Nick Serle said council now had a greater understanding that the risk of transmitting COVID-19 in the open air is less probable than first thought. “We have taken on board feedback from the community

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and reassessed the directive once again and will open the Blue Lake walking path back up for use in both directions,” Mr Serle said. In accordance with Government of South Australia restrictions and responsibilities, every person should attempt to stay at least 1.5 metres from other members of the public. “We have had no active cases of COVID-19 in the region for many

months now, but it is still important to maintain physical distancing principles where possible when using the Blue Lake exercise path,” Mr Serle said. Council encourages residents to keep up to date with the latest official SA Health COVID-19 news and updates for South Australia at

270g (1 1/3 cups) jasmine rice 2 teaspoons grapeseed oil 2 eggs, lightly whisked 110g (2/3 cup) frozen peas, just thawed 1 red capsicum, deseeded, finely chopped 200g packet honey soy tofu, sliced 2 green shallots, trimmed, sliced Fried shallots (optional), to serve DRESSING 80ml (1/3 cup) light soy sauce 2 tablespoons grapeseed oil 1 teaspoon sesame oil 2 teaspoons finely grated ginger 1 garlic clove, finely grated 1/2 teaspoon hot chilli sauce (optional) Method For the dressing, use a fork to whisk together all the ingredients in a jug. Bring a large saucepan of water to the boil. Add the rice and cook, stirring occasionally, for 12 minutes or until rice is tender. Drain and run under warm water. Drain well. Transfer to a bowl and stir through two-thirds of the dressing. Set aside for 10 minutes to allow the dressing to absorb. Heat the oil in a wok or small non-stick frying pan over high heat. Season the egg with salt and white pepper. Pour into the wok or pan. Cook for 30 seconds, then swirl the wok. Cook for a further 30 seconds. Gently loosen the edge of the omelette with a flat-bladed knife and roll up. Transfer the omelette to a work surface and cut into thin strips. Stir the peas and capsicum though the rice. Transfer to a serving bowl or platter. Pour over the remaining dressing and top with the egg, tofu, shallot and fried shallot, if you like.

RURAL RUNDOWN New chapter for Simmental bulls Yerwal Estate shaping up well for 2021 sale The Yerwal sale teams for 2021 are shaping up well. 2021 is the start of a new chapter for our simmental bulls with 14 simmental bulls heading to Gracemere Queensland for the inaugural Queensland Simmental Bull Sale in August. 2021 is showing all the signs of being a great year for the cattle industry with excellent prices and fantastic rain on areas of the country that have been in drought for the last few years. Demand for bulls has already been very strong

which has reduced our sale team slightly but fortunately we have had plenty to select from. Our Angus sale team offers plenty of calving ease options to suit clients wanting to join extra heifers and a good selection of bulls with extra bone and growth. Our Simmental sale team offers a diverse range of genetics with a great selection of carcass driven black sires by Bounty Hunter and Hart State of War and some awesome traditional bulls Glen

Anthony Y-arta, Woonallee Los Angeles, Polled Right Time, FGAF Guerrero plus our resident sires Barana Lazereth and Tennysonvale Lane. Mt Mooney Simmentals will again be joining us for the SA Beef Field Day and on farm sale offering three outstanding young polled sires. All sale bulls will be on display including the Queensland sale team. PICTURED: Yerwal Estate Supreme SEYQ105 Lot 10

Mount Gambier Market Report - SHEEP & LAMB Numbers eased as agents yarded 3211 lambs and 167 sheep to total 3378 head overall. These sold to a smaller field of trade and processor buyers along with a number of active restockers. Quality was a little mixed this week with something for all buyers on offer as the market sold to easier rates.

Light lambs to the trade sold from $104 to $138 as the light weight trade 2 and 3 score selection made from $143 to $158/head. Restockers sourced light lambs from $28 to $113 and they paid from $120 to $160/head for those with more conditioning. Trade weight 3 score lambs made from $160 to $180 as most sales were from

770c to 800c/kg cwt with a fall of $6 to $10/head. Heavy lambs made from $178 to $203 as the few extra heavy pens sold from $210 to the market high of $250/ head. Hoggets sold from $60 to $178/head. Ewes made from $121 to $160/head. Whilst the weathers reached a top of $180 and rams made from $80 to $97/head.

Hamilton Market Report - SHEEP & LAMB Thursday There was an increase in sheep numbers yarded at Hamilton of 6242 to 14,442 head yarded at Hamilton. Overall it was a very good offering of sheep which displayed more weight and better quality over last weeks sale aided by some very good runs of Merino wethers with all weights and grades were available. All the regular buyers were in attendance but not all

were fully active in a sale that was very erratic in places. The lighter ewes 14 to 18kg were firm to $5 cheaper, sheep in the 18 to 24kg bracket were firm to $ 5 dearer, with very heavy sheep over 30kg $15.head dearer in places as all other sheep sold to a fully firm market Light weight 2 score sheep sold from $60 to $115/head to average from 580c and 610c/ kg cwt. Medium weight 3 scores sold from $114 to $161/head

averaging from 580c to 630c/ kg cwt. Heavy Merino ewes sold from $168 to $199 as the heavy Merino wethers made from $170 to $230/head. Heavy crossbred ewes sold to a top of $254/head averaging from 550c to 580c/kg cwt. The general cost of mutton averaged 620c/kg cwt. Hoggets sold to $186/head. Terminal ram sires sold to $70 and Merinos made to $101/ head.

Plenty of muscle on offer at Mandayen Top quality Limousin and Angus cattle ready for sale Mandayen has forged an unparalleled reputation for producing highly sought after cattle and the stud’s February 17 sale this year will be no exception when it comes to the work that

has gone into producing both their Limousin and Angus cattle. The on property sale kicks off at 1.30pm at the “Eight Mile” sale complex at Keith with 45 Angus bulls, 35 Limousin bulls and 30

Limousin females go under the hammer and in these uncertain times, Mandayen has teamed with AuctionsPlus to ensure all potential buyers can get involved

Naracoorte Market Report CATTLE Numbers remained steady as agents yarded 1856 head of liveweight, and open auction cattle. These sold to the usual array of trade and processor buyers along with feeder and restocker support. Quality was mixed throughout the offering with a large increase in the number of secondary types over the pens, however this had no affect on pricing, as strong demand saw most of the market range from firm to dearer. Vealer steers to the trade ranged from 405c to 465c, as similar heifers made from 392c to 462c/kg. Vealer steers to feed sold from 446c to 461c, with heifers to 455c/kg. Yearling steers to the trade ranged from 370c to 461c, with similar heifers returning from 375c to 445c/

kg. Feeder orders sought supply here from 400c to 474c on steers and on heifers from 380c to 458c/kg. Restockers operated on steers from 430c to 452c, and they sourced heifers from 376c to 448c/kg. Grown steers and bullocks to the trade ranged from 342c to 410c, with feeder support from 355c to 420c/ kg. Grown heifers ranged from 315c to 408c with feeder activity to 420c/kg. Manufacturing steers sold from 270c to 332c/ kg. Heavy weight cows ranged from 288c to 315c, with the light weight lines to the trade making from 215c to 270c, as feeders were active from 250c to 270c/ kg. Heavy weight bulls ranged from 225c to 300c, as light weights sold to 340c/kg.

online, regardless of any border restrictions. Stud owner Damian Gommers can’t wait to see the reaction to Mandayen’s 2021 offerings. “They’re coming on well, they’ve had a good season and they’re starting to really hit their straps now so it’s going to be interesting to see how they turn out by sale day,” he said. The main lines this year for Angus will be Klooneys, Capitalists, Pathfinder Genesis and Baldridge Command. And Damian is promising the same attention to detail as previous years with the selection emphasis on economic traits, structural soundness, muscle, softness and docility. “There’s plenty of muscle, plenty of shape,” Damian said, making special mention of his passion – docility. “You’ve got to have great docility cattle.” There will be the usual quality offering of apricot and black

Limousins, mainly by Mandayen Jackaroo and one of his sons M81, but also Wulfs Compliant, Mandayen King and Mandayen Kong. There will also be a great line up of females with two calvings – a Winter calving and an early Spring calving. “You’ve got to have maternal power behind your cows to breed your bulls of course,” Damian said. “You need to get them as heavy as you can as early as you can – more thickness you can get into it the more weight you’ve got.” Mandayen will also be offering its biggest ever line up of heifer bulls. For more information on Mandayen’s February 17 sale contact Damian on 0418 824 799, email mandayenlimousin@ or check out their website QUALITY OFFERING: (Above & left) Another great line-up of cattle at this year’s Mandayen sale.

RURAL RUNDOWN Traditional bulls a feature Woonallee offering one of the highest quality draft of bulls ever cattle breeder for their incredible growth, performance, structural integrity, docility and easy doing characteristics. These bulls have run in large contemporary groups with this group of sale bulls being selected from 250 bulls, so you can guarantee only the absolute best will be offered for sale. The traditional bulls are always a sale feature and this year two new sires are represented. The first,

Woonallee will once again offer an outstanding draft of 110 Simmental bulls on the 11th of February 2021 at 1pm on farm at Woonallee, Furner, SA. The draft will feature 30 traditional & Red Simmental bulls and 80 Black Simmental & SimAngus bulls. The draft of bulls is one of the highest quality ever offered and will appeal to the most astute

Kerrah D859 who was purchased in New Zealand in 2019, has an outstanding draft of bulls that are really impressive and consistent and definitely worth looking at. T he second, Willandra Marmaduke, who was also purchased in 2019 from Western Australia and has had a huge impact on the herd. Both bulls are “curve benders” with low birth weights and explosive growth together with excellent carcase traits. These traditional bulls are a must to inspect if you are looking to add performance into your herd, and as an added bonus all bulls are polled or scurred. The Black Simmental & SimAngus bulls are an impressive group of bulls with extra capacity, softness and excellent carcase

qualities. They are a must for those cattle breeders looking to add the Simmental growth and performance but still wanting to retain the black hide. The first Woonallee Messiah sons will be on offer and if you are not a black Simmental convert, you will be after inspecting these incredible bulls; power, growth for age with efficiency and style sum them up. Other sires represented are MRL Missile, Woonallee Licorice, Woonallee Nobel Prize, WLB Bounty Hunter and many more. This draft of bulls and the 30 young heifers that will be for sale can be inspected at the SA Beef Week field day on the 8th of February 2021 or please contact Tom & Lizzy Baker for further information.

Breeding quality since the 1980s Tugulawa focussing on sound structure & good temperament Tugulawa has been breeding Simmental Cattle since the 1980s. Our main focus is to breed cattle that are structurally sound, easy doing ability, well-muscled and with good temperament. Our annual on property sale will be held on Wednesday 10th February 2021 at 4pm SA time. We will have all our sale cattle on display for the SA Beef Field Day on 8th February. On offer will be Traditional and Black bulls,

also specially selected registered females PTIC and unjoined. There will also be eight Embryos by FSS MAXIMUS out of Woonallee Ashante B114. Ashante has been a wonderful flush female for us with an outstanding pedigree, and combined with Maximus there will be exceptional progeny. All bulls are showing great potential and we guarantee will perform well in any program.


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All bulls have been breed plan recorded, scanned, weighed, vet checked, and semen tested. Drenched with Cydectin pour on and Pestigard, Tugulawa is JBAS6. Tugulawa clients have been well rewarded with great market results by using proven Tugulawa genetics. The sires we have used are MF MR Evan 14p, Y-ARTA, TNT Tanker, Cowboycut, FSS Maximus. Two females, lot 28 and 29, have been preg tested to a new bull we have used, HP SENSATION, who is homozygous polled. Our sale will be conducted by Miller Whan & John, Peter Creek phone 0428 838 332. Tugulawa offers free transport within 100km of Tugulawa.

Our catalogue can also be viewed on our website WWW. TUGULAWA SIMMENTALS. COM.AU and Simmental Australia website. All enquires are welcome any time by contacting Gary Allen 0417 801 615. THE TUGULAWA TEAM PICTURED: Lot 1 Tugulawa Pirate Tugulawa Sale Bulls

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FEBRUARY SALES Yerwal Estate Simmental Wednesday 10th February Tugulawa Simmental Wednesday 10th February Woonallee Simmentals Thursday 11th February LCS Lancaster Black Simmental Friday 12th February Granite Ridge Black Angus Friday 12th February Sterita Park Angus Monday 15th February Yerwal Estate Angus Monday 15th February Nampara Pastoral Co Tuesday 16th February Mandayen Angus & Limousin Wednesday 17th February Glatz’s Black Angus Wednesday 17th February Boonaroo Angus Friday 19th February Weeran Angus Tuesday 23rd February Morganvale Hereford Sale Tuesday 23rd February Lindsay Murray Greys Tuesday 23rd February Kerlson Pines & Oak Downs Poll Hereford Tuesday 23rd February Lindsay Murray Greys Sale Tuesday 23rd February magazines/beef-bull/

Leaders in sustainable beef “At Lancaster we enjoy the excitement and challenges that breeding and genetics throw at you and we use science and common sense to breed balanced cattle that will work commercially and add value for our clients.” We want to be leaders in a sustainable beef industry and are driven by wanting to continually increase the efficiency of beef production and the quality of the beef we produce. When selecting animals for our breeding program, we research and look at all available information, treating EPD figures, structural assessment and phenotype equally, with non-negotiables in each area. We measure our cattle against those on the strongest cattle database in the world. With over 375,000 cattle recorded annually, the American Simmental Association (ASA) database gives us accuracy in figures, to

figure out which animals meet our breeding aims. All our bulls are genomically enhanced (DNA tested), giving greater accuracy in their figures, so you can be confident in your selections. For example; a single 50K DNA test is now equivalent to: • 15 calving ease scores • 20 birth weights • 22 weaning weights • 25 stayability records • And more. The benefits to clients are clear: 1. We can breed better cattle for you. 2. We give you the best information to make your bull selections. 3. You have access to traits/

figures you can’t get anywhere else. You really can’t get better support and tools for choosing your breeding stock and this year’s line up is as strong as ever, including a great line up of bulls suitable for heifers. The proof has been evident this year in the strong prices our clients have received for their Simmental infused cattle, with several clients in both SA and Victoria topping their local markets with steers and heifers sired by Lancaster Bulls. Request a catalogue today, at and see for yourself how we make it easy to select your bulls with confidence.

RURAL RUNDOWN Everything is in order at Granite Ridge New style sale for 2021 as technology comes to the fore Welcome to the 14th annual Granite Ridge Bull Sale to be held on the 12th February commencing at 12noon. With the year just gone we have seen states locked down and border closures due to covid. We have also watched other studs having to adapt to new sales formats to address these restrictions. Following interstate trends, animal welfare considerations and OH&S this year’s sale will be held on farm as usual but, rather than parade the bulls through the ring, there will be large video screens in the sale complex where you can watch the bulls moving around on the screens. Alternatively, if you prefer to see the bulls live whilst bidding, you can observe the bulls in their pens and your bids will be relayed live to the auctioneer. For clarity,

bulls will be singled out in their pens during their individual auction. This sale is also interfaced on auctions plus for those unable to attend the sale on farm. We have catalogued 80 rising 2 year old bulls and have included 10 of our 18 month old bulls from the spring herd. We are offering our first sons by Sitz Investment, PA Full Power, Bruns Blaster, Baldridge Beast Mode, and our own herd bull Te mania Mortlake M1484. Local favourites will also be available with sons by Millah Murrah Doc, Ayrvale Jagger, Rennylea K447 and Granite Ridge Kaiser. All sires used have high growth rates and carcass weight performance to match. They complement well with the renowned power and strength of the Granite Ridge cow herd. No

Naracoorte Market Report SHEEP & LAMB Numbers rose as agents yarded 14,454 lambs and 3,566 sheep to total a combined 18,020 with a lift of more than 7000 head on the previous sale. These sold to the usual field of trade and processor buyers along with a number of active restockers. Quality continues to be good with the majority of lambs being shorn and coming off feed with something to suit all buyers coming forward. The lamb market ranged from fully firm to slightly dearer as the sheep market ranged from firm to slightly easier in price. Light lambs to the trade sold from $92 to $124 as the light weight trade 2 and 3 score selection returned vendors from $138 to $156/head.

Restockers sourced light lambs from $52 to $155 with those with more conditioning making from $164 to $175/head. Trade weight 3 score lambs sold from $162 to $188 to be up to $4/head dearer in price as they returned from 800c to 840c/kg cwt. Heavy lambs sold from $183 to $219 as the extra heavy pens made from $209 to the market high of $284/head with the heavy end of the market ranging from 780c to 820c/kg cwt. Hoggets sold from $102 to $205/head. In the mutton market, light ewes made from $78 to $118/ head. Medium weights sold from $122 to $144 as the heavy pens made from $143 to a top of $210/head. Rams made from $45 to $145/head.

Hamilton Market Report SHEEP & LAMBS WEDNESDAY Agents yarded 17,801 lambs at Hamilton last week an increase of 3,876 head. The offering of lambs displayed a much improved quality to the previous sale, with 80% of the lambs now shorn it is evident that these lambs are benefiting from summer crops and feeders, as well as the mild weather. Consequently there was no where near as many lambs under the 14kg bracket as there was last week. There was a full contingent of processors and restockers were in attendance and fully active. Restocking competition was very strong and lifted a cog due to the quality on offer. Restockers came from Bendigo, Shepparton, Warrnambool. south east of South Australia and local areas in a sale that was firm to dearer over most categories by $10 to $15/head with the strongest competition being on the better shorn lambs. Light 12 to 18kg lambs on offer made from $118 to $168/head, averaging from 850c to 1,170c/kg cwt. The light trade weight lambs 18 to 22kg sold from $164 to $192/head, to average from 830c and 880c/ kg cwt. The medium trade weight lambs 22 to 25kg made from $190 to $238/head, to average from 840c to 880c/kg cwt. Heavy trade weight lambs 26 to 30kg and over made up to $257/head, to average from 780c to 810c/kg cwt. The best woolly lambs made $222 and the shorn lambs sold to a top of $257/head. Hoggets made to $190/head.

matter what your bull requirements are we feel confident there will be a bull here to suit. For your bidding confidence all bulls have been structurally scored and scanned on 14/11/20 and any bulls not up to the job have been culled. Genomics testing (50k) has been completed on all sale lots, this test verifies parentage and also improves the accuracy of the estimated breeding values (EBVs). All bulls have been semen tested on 16/12/20 and are ready for work. All our bulls are Jbas.8 so they can be transported to any State. All vaccinations and treatments have been done in accordance with the Zoetis Star Breeder Program. Come and say hello to the Granite Ridge team, we look forward to seeing you on the farm.

GRANITE RIDGE ANGUS = ROCK SOLID GENETICS The team here at Granite Ridge Angus are delighted to announce that there will be 90 Bulls selected for sale on Friday February 12th at 12:00. This year we will be presenting both 2yr and 18 month old bulls for sale. This years sale will be held on farm as usual but with both a video sale auction were you can bid from inside watching the screens or by following the auctioneer team around outside in the yards from pen to pen

displaying the bull that is up for sale . The line up of top quality bulls for sale this year will make it a sale not to be missed, with son of Beast Mode, Sitz Investment, Millah Murrah Doc f159, Ayrvale Jagger and Granite Ridge Kaiser to name a few. All bulls are genomics tested (50k), fat scanned, semen tested, vaccinated, Jbas8 and have been structurally assessed and scored. We look forward to seeing you at the sale on Friday February 12.

Heavily muscled bulls Nampara bulls are all about consistency The 75 Nampara bulls catalogued for the February 16th sale (3:30pm SA time) are heavily muscled, free moving bulls with a little extra frame. Consistency is again a feature of the draft with the bulls breeding true to their type and sire lines. Feature sires for the 2021 sale include Texas Western Express H220, Nampara Liberty L21 and LD Capitalist. The Western Express and Liberty sons are really powerful heavy steer producing bulls with plenty of bone, presence and power. The popular calving-ease sire LD Capitalist has also left his mark with an excellent line of low birth weight high growth bulls that are really thick and not a typical heifer bull option. Some 30 bulls in the draft have been used to join 600 PTIC females destined for the Naracoorte, Mortlake and Mt Gambier feature female sales in January. These bulls have proved very popular in the past and have been specifically selected for heifer joining. All Nampara bulls are structurally assessed and fertility tested and

are well known for their quiet temperament. • Concentrate on calving ease not birth weight • Only retain females who get in calf and calve unassisted by 2 years of age • Only retain females who get in calf every year • Do not foot trim or clip hair to hide faults • Rectify any problems with bulls purchased promptly By assessing structure, temperament and calving –ease and by using a limited number of sires over large mobs, Nampara can more accurately appraise the impact a sire is having within the herd. The joined heifer program also means that Nampara are aiming to breed the type of heifer bulls that can be confidently used to mate heifers whilst at the same time not compromising on shape or frame. For the first time this year, buyers will also be able to operate at the

sale through AuctionsPlus even if they can not attend in person. • Bull Sale, on property @ Nampara, Tuesday 16th February at 3.30pm With an emphasis on productivity and weight for age, Nampara is proud of the product they produce. For those looking to add more punch and constitution to their calves, the Nampara bulls are well worth a look. For further enquiries and/or a catalogue please contact Stuart & Natalie Hann, 0428 799 592 or visit the website, ABOVE: Nampara Junior Q148

Mount Gambier Market Report - CATTLE Numbers rose slightly as agents yarded 1292 head. These sold to a smaller field of trade and processor buyers along with feeder and restocker orders. Quality was mixed with something to suit all buyers on offer and this reflected in some mixed pricing over the different categories. Vealers were in demand to lift 5c to 10c as steers to the trade sold from 412c to mainly 465c with an isolated sale to 483c/kg. Similar heifers made from 438c to 466c to the trade as feeders steers sold 455c to 472c and heifers made to 448c/kg. Restockers purchased a small number of mixed sex calves from 432c to 469c/kg. Numbers were small in the yearlings as both the trade and feeders steers sold from 374c to 425c with heifers making from 321c to 403c to the trade and to feeders from 374c to 419c/kg. Grown steers and bullocks eased up to 10c as the trade portion made from 336c to 383c with feeders selling from 362c to 395c/kg. Grown heifers made from 324c to 386c with both the trade and feeders active as manufacturing steers made from 280c to 330c/kg. Heavy cows to the trade sold from 284c to 306c to ease 5c as a run of B muscled types sold from 308c to 325c/kg. Light cows made from 210c to 277c with the trade, feeders and restockers all active. Bulls sold from 250c to 285c/kg.

Booked in... I’m only an amateur writer. Some would say a very amateur writer. I enjoy writing but have had no formal training. Many of you will know that a few years ago I gathered a collection of my Collected Stupidity articles and had them published as a book (talk to the lovely folk at Collins Booksellers if you’d like a copy). I encountered a situation that had me thinking last weekend. I had expected that I would face it at some point but hadn’t come up with a good plan of how to deal with it. While at The Book Place (another lovely bookshop with lovely staff), wandering casually, looking for books to add to the eighty three I already have on my to be read pile, I was confronted with my book Village Idiot of the Year for sale. Someone had decided they didn’t want to keep their copy of


my book and had traded it in at the second hand book shop. How was I supposed to respond to this? As a person who overthinks every situation they encounter on a daily basis, I immediately started considering all of the scenarios that led to this moment. One possibility went like this. Someone purchased the book, decided it was not to their liking and concluded that they didn’t want it in their house for even one more day. They then delivered it to the Book Place to get a store credit to buy something more to their liking. I’ll be honest and say that it’s a little disheartening thinking that someone didn’t enjoy my book. As I continued thinking, I consoled myself that they didn’t think it was harmful to other people. They obviously knew there was some value in it, otherwise they could simply have burned it, or put it in a cupboard to use as emergency toilet paper the next time people madly scramble to clear the shelves at the supermarket. Another possibility I came up with was that the owner of the book absolutely loved the book. In this scenario they loved it so much that they wanted to share the joy with other people. They couldn’t keep something so special to themselves and simply had to get it down to the Book Place so someone else could buy it and enjoy the wit and wisdom of Robbie Tansel. I’ll be honest. I don’t think that’s the most likely explanation.

After tossing around a couple more scenarios I thought I better check inside the front cover. We had a release event when the book was first launched where I signed copies for people in attendance. Every part of that sentence sounds wanky. Since then I’ve given signed copies to a number of other people. In all honesty, I think there are more signed copies in circulation than unsigned. With this in mind I was a bit concerned that I was going to be greeted with a heartfelt message from me to a family member or good friend. It was something of a relief to see that this was one of the copies that didn’t have a personal message from me. It was only after I’d left the shop that I realised I probably should have picked the book up there and then and written a personal message in it. Something like, “Dear Book Place customer, I can see you standing there in the third aisle of the shop. I like what you’re wearing. I’m imagining what it would be like smelling your hair. I’ll

be following you when you leave the shop. All the best. Robbie.� The Book Place were selling it for $8 which was pretty good in reality. That was about the same as all the other books written by proper authors who know what they’re doing. It would have been really disheartening if they were selling it for two dollars or something. The other thing that was quite interesting was finding it in the Australiana section of the shop. If I’m being truthful, I’d really prefer to have found it in the humour section, but maybe I’m flattering myself. I did toss up buying it. Would this

put up the value of new copies from Collins? If I spent eight dollars at the Book Place, would it mean that people would purchase a fifteen dollar copy at Collins? At this point I luckily pictured the likely look on Donna’s face when I returned home with a copy of my book that I’d paid money for, and she pointed out the eight hundred copies still in boxes in our bedroom. If you’d like to buy a copy of the book, try your luck at the Book Place, head in to Collins or e-mail me at You’ll love the illustrations and the appendixes.









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A new community program whose aim is to initiate a Hospice in the Home service to provide people who are dying with the option of compassionate care in their own home setting is looking for Volunteer Administrator/Coordinator to lead their volunteer program. This position requires a person who has high interpersonal and organisational skills. If you have experience in the below, we would love to hear from you; • Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to effectively engage people from diverse backgrounds. • Experience in providing direction and guidance to a team of people. • Excellent written and verbal communication skills. • Sound organisational, planning and time management skills. • An ability to work with empathy, tactfulness and discretion in sensitive situations. • Demonstrated experience using computer programs and database systems. • Ability to work autonomously. • Previous experience in the management or coordination of a volunteer program would be highly regarded. This is a contracted position finishing on 30th September 2021, and working 15 hours per week over 3 days. The successful candidate must have, or be willing to undertake a current National Police Check, Working with Vulnerable People Check and NDIS Worker Screening Check. Further information regarding the role is available on request by emailing and should be obtained prior to submitting an application. Applications close COB Friday 19th February 2021.

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A new community program whose aim is to initiate a Hospice in the Home service to provide people who are dying with the option of compassionate care in their own home setting is looking for an experienced manager to help lead and implement the service in Mount Gambier. Non-medical care will be delivered by specially trained volunteers. This position requires a person who has strong organisational and communication skills and a proven ability to relate to people from a wide range of backgrounds and cultures. If you have experience in the below, we would love to hear from you; • Demonstrated business management and team leadership experience. • Highly developed communication and negotiation skills. • Excellent organisational and time management skills. • Demonstrated ability to work within budget constraints. • Experience working with, and reporting to a Committee/Board of management. • Ability to engage and maintain positive stakeholder relationships. • Competent computer skills. • An empathy and appreciation of palliative care practices and core values. This is a contracted position finishing on 30th September 2021, and working 15 hours per week over 3 days. The successful candidate must have, or be willing to undertake a current National Police Check, Working with Vulnerable People Check and NDIS Worker Screening Check. Further information regarding the role is available on request by emailing and should be obtained prior to submitting an application. Applications close COB Friday 19th February 2021.

Vet Nurse Full Time and/or Part Time

We are a family owned and operated small animal clinic who are partnered with a Petstock retail store, that includes dog grooming and puppy preschool services. PETstock VET Mt. Gambier has now been open for 6 years, so we have a well-established clientele. Our practice is purpose built with the latest equipment. We have a small team consisting of one full time Vet, one full time Nurse and a part time Receptionist, plus helpful retail staff to lend a hand when required. We work closely with a local rescue group so have a lot of feline visitors! Our amazing staff discounts mean that staff pets usually have all the latest treats and toys. You will be rostered over six days, Monday to Saturday, with some late evenings required. Requirements of the role • Cert IV in Veterinary Nursing or studying towards • Ability to be flexible and adaptable within a team environment • Actual work hours per week will be negotiated with the right candidate • Ability to work every 2nd Saturday. • Willingness to learn and motivation to provide top notch customer service How to Apply If this exciting opportunity sounds like the perfect role for you, please forward your application with a cover letter and resume explaining your relevant experience to addressed to Dr Teresa Priddle, Head Vet. Applications close 14th February 2021.


Hospice Manager Position

Casual Operations Officers Council is looking to appoint suitably qualified Operations Officers to form a casual pool who will work across the entire Operations Department in the Parks and Gardens, Construction and Maintenance teams. The roles will work to deliver high quality operational services including roads, footpaths, storm water construction and the maintenance of parks and gardens. Duties will incorporate labouring and manual handling, plant operation and truck driving as part of a multidisciplined team. These positions will form a casual pool that will have no set hours, however, will be contacted for staff shortages and leave coverage as required. The positions will be paid in accordance with the current WRC AWU Enterprise Agreement at $35.20 – $37.21 per hour (inclusive of 25% casual loading). The hourly rate will vary dependent on allocated tasks and experience. The positions will also include 9.5% superannuation. Position description and information about Wattle Range Council is available from Council’s website at Applications MUST include a: - Completed selection criteria, addressing both the essential and desirable criteria available from the website - Resume including three relevant referees Applications should be marked ‘confidential’ and addressed to the Human Resource and Risk Manager, PO Box 27, Millicent SA 5280 or emailed to by 9am on Monday, 22 February 2021.

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Junior Sports Assistance Fund finances elite training weekend for Blue Lake Y swimmers

It was a huge weekend for the Blue Lake Y Swim Club – with as much action out of the water as in the pool. After securing funding from the City of Mount Gambier Junior Sports Assistance Fund, the club was able to put together a three day Swimming Development Clinic and Coach Mentoring Weekend. The weekend focussed on both the development of the club’s swimmers as well as volunteer coaching staff with elite coaches Georgine Luscombe and John Luscombe the headline acts for

the three day training weekend. Georgine is a gold licence coach and has a resume of working with elite athletes dating back to 1986. She has a list of national age champions and national swimming squad athletes that have learned their craft from the swimming guru. John has an equally impressive resume with his elite coaching career starting in 1971 as he, too, has helped guide the nation’s best talent. The weekend started Friday night with dryland sessions at MJ

Dance Studio breaking down all four swimming strokes for the aspiring young athletes before that technique advice was put to the test in the Swimskool pool for a two hour session. Saturday saw the group headed to the Nourish Nook to work with Soul Physiotherapy & Movement owner Tarsh McCallum who took the group through some stretching and activation to ensure their bodies are in optimum condition to hit the water. From resistance bands to a roller, Tarsh walked the

young swimmers through a variety of exercises that should become a regular part of their training regime. More dryland technique work and nutrition advice followed before the group was back in the water to again put their latest lessons into practice while Georgine and John watched on closely and continued to provide valuable advice. All sessions were also valuable for the club’s coaches as they learnt the best ways to run training and develop their athletes’ skills and techniques.

Sunday was the clinic move to Penola for more dryland and in water work. Anyone interested in getting involved with the Blue lake Y Swim Club can contact secretary Helen Bignell on 0432 635 972. TRAINING WEEKEND: (Above left) Hayley Pearson, Thomas Bignell & Annabelle Solomons (back row) and Aleisha Pearson, Haydn Lowe, Tarsh McCallum, Maggie Hodges, Darcy Hodges, Gabrielle Renehan & Mikayla Pearson at The Nourish Nook session; (above right) gold licence coach Georgine Luscombe explaining technique to the swimmers; (far left) Tarsh McCallum assists Gabrielle Renehan with her roller work; (left centre) Tarsh McCallum works with Maggie Hodges and (left) the swimmers working on their technique in the Swimskool pool.

Tara back in South Australian colours Long standing SA Country representation continues for Lakers basketballer Another year, another chance to represent her State at the national basketball championships. It is a case of returning to normal transmission for teenage sensation Tara Bryant who is headed to Werribee this April, representing SA Country at Under 18 level. Tara is adding to her impressive resume, which also includes national representation and gold medal winning performances in the green and gold when touring

New Zealand. Tara first stepped onto a basketball court as a seven year old and her love for the sport and her ability as a player has only grown since then. “For me, it was just another sport to play because I love sport,” Tara said. She has represented Mount Gambier in Junior Lakers since she was 10 and represented SA Country at a variety of

championships at every age level – Under 13, 14, 15 & 16, graduating to Under 18 last year and earning what will be her final call up as a junior for this year’s national championships. A lack of regional and interstate competitions in 2020 has clearly not diminished Tara’s form and now she is focussed on preparing for the 2021 national titles. Tara is also preparing for another netball season as well.



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PENOLA BARBER SHIELD PACEMAN: Mick Waters (left) led the Penola bowling attack taking 4/41, while Josh Doyle (right) battled hard and (below) Mil Lel veteran Craig Lock top scored with 31 for the vanquished Mil Lel Barber Shield line-up.

BEGINNER’S LUCK: Andrew Milne (left) debuted for Gambier Centrals in Cox Bros Shield (C Grade) action at the weekend and had an immediate impact, not only taking a hat trick but securing four wickets in five balls in his first two overs. He ended up with 4/37 in the match agasint Glencoe at Reidy Park oval. In the same game, Glencoe’s Darren Vine scored an unbeaten 101 to lead his side to victory. Barber Shield player Lewis March (below top - pictured fielding) was the pick of Penola’s bowlers with 5/28, while Mil Lel’s Jack Miller (below bottom) provided good support for Craig Lock.

RSL triples champions crowned

Last Saturday saw the RSL Bowling Club hold their Ladies Championship Triples with seven strong teams entering the competition. The format for the first rounds consisted of 15 ends of two bowls with the teams with the most shots progressing to the next round. One team received a bye into the semi finals where they were joined by first round winners. The draw for the semi finals saw Fiona Pearson, Merna Whitehead and Julie Beaman come up against Eileen Cruise, Karen Doman and Liz Schroeder. Pearson’s team got off to a great start and went into a 12 shots to one shot lead before Cruise’s team fought back strongly and with one end to go had reduced the deficit to 12 shots to nine shots. But the last end saw Fiona Pearson draw another shot to run out winners 13 shots to nine shots. In the other semi final Veronica Opie, Jane Crowder and Nancy Horrigan came up against Jenny

Bowering, Shirley Gifford and Kath Hearne. A close encounter between these two teams resulted in a final score of 15 shots to 10 shots to the Opie team which put them into the final. The final changed the format to best of 18 ends and saw the Fiona Pearson team get off to a great start and go into a seven shots to three shots lead. Unfortunately for them that was really the end of their final as Opie’s side turned up the volume and produced some excellent bowling to forge ahead and run out 24 shots to eight shots victors. A fine display from all of their team resulted in them providing a well drilled performance with Leader Nancy Horrigan being the stand out performer in the final. TRIPLES CHAMPIONS: (Left) Nancy Horrigan, Jane Crowder & Veronica Opie. TRIPLES RUNNERS UP: (Right)Fiona Pearson, Merna Whitehead & Julie Beaman

Ladies pairs decided RSL Bowls Club ladies play medley format With no Midweek Pennants last week due to Country Carnival games in Adelaide, it gave the Mount Gambier & District RSL Bowling Club ladies a chance to play their A and B Grade Pairs. The competition was played in a medley format with all pairs playing a game of 10 ends two and walk, a game of 2-4-2 over 10 ends and a game of three bowl pairs over 10 ends. There were only six pairs entered this competition but the day saw some very good bowling and close games resulting in none of the pairs winning all

three games. On a countback the eventual winners for the day were Nancye Wilson and Liz Schroeder with a total of 57 points. They were closely followed by the runners up of Joy Bilney and Sandi Elliott who amassed 56 shots.

Pennant Bowls Results

Good scores in stroke round

MID WEEK PENNANT BREAK FOR COUNTRY CARNIVAL LADIES PENNANT DIVISION ONE Penola 49/13 d Kingston 36/1; Mount Gambier RSL Red 53/14 d Port MacDonnell 48/0; Millicent Red 51/12 d Mount Gambier 45/2; Mount Gambier RSL Blue 47/12 d Millicent Blue 41/2. DIVISION TWO Naracoorte 59/14 d Robe 42/0; Naracoorte RSL 63/12 d Penola 37/2; Port MacDonnell 53/14 d Beachport 45/0; Lucindale 46/12 d Millicent 45/2. DIVISION THREE Robe 50/12 d Naracoorte 47/2; Beachport 52/14 d Mount Gambier 38/0; Penola d Millicent (forfeit); Mount Gambier RSL - BYE. OPEN PENNANT BREAK FOR COUNTRY CARNIVAL

Despite a soaking rain the previous day, the Attamurra course was in excellent condition for the 18 ladies when they played a stroke round on Saturday and the placegetters’ scores were evident. Gemma Winterborn was pleased with her game after she produced two nines with a 48/49 split to win with a nett 70, three shots below her handicap. Runner up was Penne Saffin who also played under her

handicap to finish with nett 72 which included a birdie on the long par five 15th hole. Ball run down winners who needed nett 79 or better were Bernie Jennings, Chris Morrison, Di O’Donnell, Yvonne Shirley, Jan Shanahan, Jennifer Van Rijthoven and Kerry Pedlar. The pro shot winner on the 8th hole was Chris Morrison and Jennifer Van Rijthoven was successful winning nearest the pin on the 16th hole.

LADIES PAIRS CHAMPIONS: (Left) Nancye Wilson & Liz Schroeder LADIES PAIRS RUNNERS UP: (Right) Sandi Elliott & Joy Bilney

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Concordes White continued on where they left of the previous week with another impressive performance against the fast improving Warriors White this week. Concordes started off on the right foot, scoring three runs in the first thanks to safehits from Jo Hopgood, Sam Brown and Billie Jones. They also held Warriors in the field, thanks to accurate pitching by Jones (pictured) and a lot of outfield covered by Hopgood. Concordes extended their lead and in fact scored in every innings of the match, which was a great sign for a team with a habit of starting slow and leaving a lot to be done in the later innings. Warriors didn’t give up and finally found the scoreboard in the fourth as a few errors crept into the Concordes field. Three runs gave them half a sniff at a big finish but this was promptly snuffed out by Jones, who finished a strong performance conceding only five hits and striking out four. She also had three safehits, on a day where every Concordes played recorded at least one. Warriors Blue were without pitcher and coach Leyna Bruggeman in their clash but welcomed Erin Chaplin to the mound to take on Wanderers. The match started off evenly, but it was the third innings where every thing clicked for Wanderers as they piled on 10 runs and effectively put the game out of Warriors reach. Rej Smith was best with the best for Wanderers with three safehits and four RBI’s. She also proved very effective on the mound, holding Warriors Blue to only three safehits for the entire match. Sarah Moretti had a beautiful three bagger in her two safehits, and Em Hart and Jo Hart also had two safehits for the victors. RESULTS Concordes White 9 (B Jones 3, S Brown, J Hopgood 2, K Altschwager, R Millowick, M Wombwell, D Waters, M Sutherland) d Warriors White 3 (M Chuck 2, L Feast, S Polderman, T Wilsmore); Demons 13 (B Morale 3, C Manning, M Millard, Mc Millard 2, R Mathers, S Beck, J Mason) d Concordes United 0 (S Thomson 2); Wanderers 12 (R Smith 3, E Hart, J Hart, S Moretti 2, F Finch, I Bonney, L Little) d Warriors Blue 3 (B White 2, E Chaplin)

2021 Netball Trials

All at the MGNA Netball Courts Sunday 14th February Juniors at 10.00am - 11.00am | Seniors at 11.30am - 1.00pm Wednesday 17th February Juniors at 5.00pm - 6.00pm | Seniors at 6.30pm - 7.30pm Sunday 21st February Juniors at 10.00am - 11.00am | Seniors at 11.30am - 1.00pm If you cannot make these dates but would still like to register, please contact our club President Tanya Tonkin with any apologies Phone 0438 339 068 or email

HEAD TRAINER South Gambier Football Club is seeking the services of a Head Trainer for Season 2021 Successful applicant will be required to work with coaching staff, trainers and players to build a safe environment for all Level 2 Trainers Certificate, First Aid & Police Check required. Financial remuneration for position For further information or to apply please contact Club President Wayne Glynn 0407 928 753

SPORT Tigers scoring spree Central remain undefeated in division one baseball Visiting the Millicent Bandits at their home ground, Tigers were on the scoreboard immediately. Brayden Morton got on the board from an error and crossing home on Matt Thompson’s safety. Jacob English then hit into another error and was batted in by Tyler Horrigan. The Bandits pulled one back in the bottom of the second when Darcy Pink squeezed a texasleaguer to centrefield and was batted in by Craig Chittleborough. Tigers added three more to their credit when Dyllan Lane singled as did Morton. Garth Ransom’s two-bagger saw both runners cross the homeplate and Ransom scored from the result of a wild throw. In the bottom of the dig, Tim Nieuwenhuizen for the Bandits hit into an error and was batted in by Chittleborough. S ixteen Tigers batters faced Millicent’s Darcy Pink in the next inning with a 12 run pay day to blow the game away from any chance the Bandits may have had. The inning was made up of six safehits, two base on ball, one hit batter and four errors with only five of the runs being earned. In the top of the seventh, Morton slammed his third safehit of the game and was batted in by Jake England giving Tigers an 18 to two victory. Tigers had 17 safehits, three walks, three hit batters, 13 RBI, three K’s, left 12 runners on base and made two errors. Millicent had six safehits, one walk, one hit batter, two RBI, four K’s, left eight runners on base and made 10 errors. In the bottom of the second innings, in the game between Central and Federal, Central pushed out to an early lead. Ethan Chuck’s hit to shortstop resulted in a wild throw and Dylan Chuck drilled a ball to centrefield. Koby Chant’s infield safety pushed Ethan Chuck across the plate and Dylan Chuck was batted in when Alex

Ridding hit safely. The Demons clawed one run back in the top of the next inning when Alex Reppin popped one out to leftfield safely and eventually crossed the plate on a wild pitch. Not to be outdone Central scored that run right back. Josh Chuck fit safely to rightfield and scored on Dylan Gull’s infield hit which resulted in a wild throw. In the top of the seventh Matt Nicholls drew a walk and added the run when Brady Cooper hit into a fielder’s choice. The Magpies put the icing on the cake in the even dig scoring three. Lead off batter, Chant hit safely as did Jordan Aston and Brad Braithwaite hit safely into a fielder’s choice loading the bases. Kyall McClean drew a base on ball which pushed Chant home. With two out Nathan Meinck’s long flyball to right-field was put down resulting in both Aston and Braithwaite adding to the scoreline. Neither team troubled the scorers for the remainder of the game with the Magpies not required to bat in the bottom of the ninth giving them the win six runs to two. Central had eight safehits, three base on ball, three RBI 10 K’s left 12 runners on base and made oneerror. Federal had three safehits, four base on ball, three hit batters, one RBI, seven K’s, left eight runners on base and made seven errors. RESULTS Division 1 Tigers 18 (Dyllan Lane 4, Brayden Morton, Matt Thompson, Tyler Horrigan 3, Garth Ransom 2, Levi Morton, Karl Ransom) d Millicent 2 (Darcy Pink, Tom Winkley 2, Jordan Johnson, Craig Chitttleborough) Central 6 (Dylan Chuck, Koby Chant 2, Alex Ridding, Jordan Aston, Brad Braithwaite, Josh Chuck) d Federal 2 (Clay Carpenter, Alex Reppin, Josh Wilsmore) Division 2 Tigers 15 (Garrett Ha, Toby Burner,

Kane Harrison, Matt May, Jake England, Tyrone May 2, Tom Wing) d Central Magpies 3 (Brad Braithwaite, Jordan Carrison, Justin Tzioutziouklaris); Central 17 (Brad Lynagh, Mitch Cutting, Ben Green, Darren Smith 2, Josh Aston, Lachlan Ridding) d Federal 0 (Josh Wilsmore, Hamish Thompson) Division 3 Central 14 (Herb Meinck 3, Scott Page, Dean Cutting 2, Anthony Ridding, Steve Kuhl, David Chant, Chris Tzioutziouklaris) d South Indians 3 (Wade Chant 2, Darren Cole, Kevin Joyce, Peter Walter, Marcus Sertori); Naracoorte 17 (Ryan Whitwell, Tom Paech 3, Ashley Fox, Stephanie Chant, Martin Wirper, Ashley Cross, Brady Fox, Kristopher Keeping) d Federal 2 (Andrew Hughes, John McAdam); Tigers 21 (David White 5, Phil Clark 4, John Verrity 3, Sean Horrigan 2, Darcy Perry, Alby Bossi, Kevin Telfer) d Central Magpies 4 (Ross Peters 2, Sam Henschke, Dean McCarthy, Andrew West, Bill Stephenson) Junior League Central 14 (Devlin Harpham, Ben Braithwaite 2, Owain Earle, Rhys Earle) d South Indians 5 (eegan Habner 2, Dylan Lewis, Abby Joyce, Emily Timms); Tigers 17 (Flynn Hillstone 3, Alex Merrett 2, Jarvi Mee, Kai Mullen, Jai Hillstone) d Federal 1 (Liam McDonald) Little League South Indians 4 (Jett Lewis 2, Nate Habner, Amelia Ireland, Kobe Hamilton) d Central 1 Minor League Federal 10 (Madison Adam, Louis Vincent, Lucas Evans-Reid, Lennox Telford 2, Lachlan Schubert, Jack Fenton, Fynn Wheatley, Miles Kroon) d Tigers Orange 3 (Tekani Clark, Tahj Pitkin, Jessi DeKoning, Jett Lennon); Central 6 (obe Lynagh, Angus Maidment) drew with Tigers 6 (Jack Humphries 2, Fergus Tarr, Titan Dumigan, Sam Marcus)

Gregory takes lead in Summer Salver The first round of the Summer Salver attracted 39 ladies who participated in a stroke round at Attamurra last Wednesday. The Salver, sponsored by life member, Isobel Phillips, is played over four rounds consisting of stroke, stableford, stroke and par with a player producing the best of three rounds the eventual winner. Helen Gregory, playing off a 14 handicap returned with a top score of 85-14-71 nett to claim the winner’s prize for the day. Her very solid score included nine pars. One of the younger brigade, Donna Jennings was runner up on a countback and despite having a challenging front nine, came home strongly to finish with 106-33-73 nett. Left hander Chris Galpin also played to her handicap scoring two pars on the last two holes to

finish with 97-24-73 nett to complete the three placings. Nett 76 or better was necessary for the 10 ball run down winners with Lorraine Bruhn leading to way with nett 73. The special prizes for the day was the second shot on the first hole in A, B and C grades and respective winners were Jennifer Van Rijthoven, Heather Teakle and Mary Kentish while Kate McCormick was the most accurate

on the downhill par three 8th hole to claim the pro shot. SUMMER SALVER: Helen Gregory (winner), Lorraine Bruhn (ball run down leader) and Chris Galpin (third) comparing the scores on their cards.



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Gavin Height on fire at Mount Gambier Gun Club The Mount Gambier Gun Club held its annual Two Day Supershoot ast month with fine and sunny weather conditions proving favourable apart from occasional gusts of winds. After the early morning practice on the Saturday and the shooters organising which squad they would like to participate in, the competition started at 10am. Shooters attained a considerable amount of perfect scores thus shoot offs were necessary to attain the winners in a field that saw 112 competitors from Victoria and South Australia contest the six events held across two days vying for a share of $20,000 worth of prizes. Each event prizes were for the grades AA, A, B, C and each grade offered first to 5fifh prizes. High Gun prizes over the two days events were also awarded. The George Yoannidis Club Team Competition was held over the three events on Saturday with the team entry conditions being one competitor from grades AA, A, B, C plus 1 from Vet Lady or Junior from the same club .

The Monarto team of Barry Sims AA, Paul Kelly A, Darren Nicholas B, Dennis Ryan C and Molly Bretag Jnr won the $500 prizemoney. Sunday was another day of good visibility and sunshine but with some slight winds thrown in, high scores again were shot and shoot offs in all events were necessary. So after some practice the competition started up at 9.30am. The Mount Gambier Gun Club again thanks all the sponsors and those people who helped make this shoot run smoothly and successfully especially Pick Ave Deli & Bakery, Bendigo Bank, South West Freight, Zema Wines, Winchester, Trident Tyre Centre and Greg Kessegian for their generous and ongoing support RESULTS (full list on our facebook page) Event 1 Pick Avenue Deli & Bakery AA Winners 1st Eric Parletta 135/135 Second Jessie Ryan 134/135, 3rd Gavin Height 122/123 A Grade 1st Danny Hill 74/75, 2nd Craig

Elliott 102/105, 3rd Vince Petracaro 101/105 B Grade 1st Barry Erhardt 76/78, 2nd David Hirth 75/78, 3rd Heather Ryan 72/75 C Grade 1st Valerie Dehne 68/75, 2nd Ricki Kelly 73/81, 3rd Jessie Ryan 70/81 Event 2 Mount Gambier Community Bank (Bendigo Bank) 25tgt Single Barrel AA Grade 1st Nathan McDonnell 28/28, 2nd Gavin Height 31/32, 3rd Luke Higgins 30/32 A Grade 1st Neil Ham 25/25, 2nd Jeff Hogg 30/31 , 3rd Tania Evans 29/31 B Grade 1st David Hirth 28/30, 2nd Lucas Parletta 27/30, 3rd Darren Nicholas 24/27 C Grade 1st Stefan Parletta 23/26, 2nd Andrew McKinnon 22/26, 3rd Toni Hogg 21/25 Event 3 South West Freight 25tgt Double Barrel AA Grade 1st Luke Higgins 78/78, 2nd Sam

Rundell 77/78 , 3rd Peter Minhard 69/70 A Grade 1st Willis Jenkins 34/34 2nd Stephen Holt 33/34, 3rd Bruno Piteo 32/33 B Grade 1st Stuart Bowd 32/33, 2nd Grant Carter 31/33, 3rd Lucas Parletta 30/32 C Grade 1st Dennis Ryan 26/27, 2nd Mick Rudd 25/27, 3rd Andrew McKinnon 23/25 Event 4 Zema Estate (This event had an overall prize in memorial to the late Matt Zema consisting of personally selected premium bottles of Zema wine and a shooting jacket) 25tgt Single Barrel Overall Winner Gavin Height 44/44 AA Grade 1st Luke Higgins 43/44, 2nd Eric Parletta 36/37, 3rd Greg Kessegian 29/30 , A Grade 1 st Ron Batson 31/32, 2nd Tania Evans 30/32, 3rd Scott Davis 29/31 B Grade 1st Gerald Bourchier 24/25, 2nd Grant Carter 33/35, 3rd Tom Clalrk 32/35 , C Grade 1st Stefan Parletta 25/29, 2nd Doug Rohde 24/29, 3rd Andrew McKinnon 22/27 Event 5 Winchester 25 target Pointscore AA Grade 1st Andrew Hoare 108/108, 2nd

Andrew Evans 107/108, 3rd Gavin Height 84/87, A Grade 1st Ron Batson 75/75, 2nd Allan Jones 74/75, 3rd Neil Ham 97/99 B Grade 1st Kaylene Estcourt 87/90, 2nd Tristan McKinnon 84/90, 3rd Tom Clark 77/81 C Grade 1st Stefan Parletta 69/75, 2nd Ricki Kelli 65/75, 3rd Doug Rohde 64/75\ Event 6 AA Grade 1st Martin Collumb 107/107, 2nd Wayne Jenkins 118/119, 3rd Molly Bretag 117/119 A Grade 1st Fiona Dobbins 34/34, 2nd Bill Harris 33/34, 3rd David Murray 25/26, B Grade 1st Stuart Bowd 25/25, 2nd David Hirth 26/27, 3rd Gary Bowd 25/27 C Grade 1st Andrew McKinnon 23/25, 2nd Dennis Ryan 22/25, 3rd Doug Rohde 21/25, 2 Day Highgun Winners Overall: Gavin Height 248/250, AA Grade: Eric Parletta 244/250, A Grade: Neil Ham 240/250, B Grade: David Hirth 232/250, C Grade: Stefan Parletta 243/290, Veteran: Max Medhurst 245/250. Ladies Tania Evans / Fiona Dobbins 229/250, Junior Jesse Ryan 239/250

Millicent Night Owls round 10 action

Touches: Touches were hard to comeby for non-bowler, this week with only one player in each division achieving more than 2 touches for the night. In White Division Brian Haines from Rotary achieved four, in Blue Division Garry Wilson from Mossies achieved three and

Malcolm McRobert from Maccas achieved four. WINNERS: Red Division Taking the chocolates in Red Division saw Maccas(Maureen McRobert, Lynda McRobert, Malcolm McRobert and Graham McRobert defeat Somerset Legends 28+10. Other winners

were Rovers 27+7, Untouchables 27+6, Grand Hotel 27+6 and Great Northern Clams 27+5. Blue Division Winners in Blue Division, saw Mossies(Garth Baker, Robert Hyland, Gary Wilson and Jim Hyland, defeat Lions 30+10. Other winning rinks in this division were, Awesome Foursome 29+13,

Max’s Fours 28+9, Somery Seniors 27+1 and Birdies 25+7. White Division In White Division also taking home the first prize saw Lions Roar (Simon Laslett, Wally Lang, Yogi McMillon and Stewie Pounsett) defeat Rotary 29+12. Other winning teams were X Factor 26+3, Lion Cubs 25+24 and

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Countback required to decide division one In lovely weather, the ladies at the Blue Lake Gokf Club began their new season playing the first of four rounds in the Sorrentos sponsored Summer Trophy. Two stroke rounds, par and stableford are the formats used with points for first, second and third awarded and tallied after the best three of the four rounds completed. The stroke round attracted 26 women and also four learners playing in a nine hole competition. With some tee blocks set way back it was pleasing to see that good scores were still attainable for most. Competitors were vying to be one of the top scores to gain valuable points to gain a lead in the four round event. A countback was required in Division 1 between Annette Ford and Dianne Perryman both carding 72 nett.

South East golf veterans almost hit 100

A really large field of 92 South East veteran golfers went to Robe on a windy seaside day lured by the opportunity to test out the six new holes. The course tested everybody but Bruce Stillwell, from Kingston, who had a very creditable 39 points to take first division from Kev Otten, a local on 37, and third was Ken Whitehead, from Attamurra with 36. The second division was won by Pat Seneca, from Bordertown, with 36, breaking one of the longest losing streaks known. Darren Bray, Dartmoor, took second on a countback from Ian Bruce, of Robe, both on 35. The prized Ross Orchard Trophy went to a suprise pairing of Steve Von Duve and the ever reliable Alan Chalk. There were 5 NTPs, Roy Mitchell, Phil Bliss, Peter Buckley, Bruce Stillwell and Graham Allen. The next outing is at Port MacDonnell on February 15 and then there’s a suprise change to the program with Blue Lake brought forward, being the venue a week later on February 22nd. Then the AGM is next, an ambrose, at Attamurra on March 15.

Ford 94/22/72, her back nine 46, had the edge over Perryman 91/19/72 with the countback done over the back nine score of Perryman’s 44 giving Ford the top spot. Cherryl Hill came in third only one stroke behind carding 96/23/73 followed by Josie Ashby and Ronda Edwards both scoring nett 74. The play of the day came from Division 2’s Dianne Allen posting a red hot score of 110/42/68 that included pars on both par threes on the front nine but was left wondering what could have been after having a triple bogey on the 407 metre par 5 3rd hole. T he rest of her game remained consistent to her handicap. Beryl Mahoney came in second only one under her handicap 105/32/73 after also playing consistent golf.

Trudy Herbert followed up with 112/37/75 to take third spot. NTP second shot winners were Cherryl Hill (Division 1) and Beryl Mahoney (Division 2). The pro-shot was won by captain Helen Myers. A novelty event was held, namely, the most accurate of 18 fairway drives won by Geraldine Scott in Division 2, with 16 and Bev Pascoe in Division 2, also with 16. Round 2 of the Sorrentos Summer Trophy will be a stableford this Wednesday. SORRENTOS SUMMER TROPHY OPENING ROUND: (Back row Division 1 podium)Cherryl Hill (3rd); Dianne Perryman (2nd) & Annette Ford (1st) and (front row - Division 2 podium) Trudy Herbert (3rd); Beryl Mahoney (2nd) & Dianne Allen (1st).

A team of triples takes out 2-4-2 competition This week numbers were down to play 2-4-2 at the Millicent Bowls Club with only 17 players taking part in the game mainly due to the Country Carnival being held in Adelaide. Because of the rain which started just after the game had commenced and slowly became heavier, the game was cut back to 12 ends. With the odd number of 17 this required one team of a triple, who actually won the day. The team was John Buhlmann, Denis Clifford and Terry Lonergan who finished with a score of 31+15. Runners up for the day were David Botting and Rod Gibbs with a score of 29+10. The other two winning rinks were Robbie Chambers, Eddie Hann 27+4 and Malcolm McRobert, Steve Carnellor 26+1. Players were also reminded that on February 25 there will be a General Meeting for all members after the 2-4-2 game to discuss and vote on notices of motion from other clubs to be taken to LSEBA meeting. Carnellor also congratulated Peter Scanlon and Peter Varcoe for

getting through to the finals in the pairs and Peter Scanlon in the singles in Adelaide at the Country Carnival. 2-4-2 WINNERS: John Buhlmann, Denis Clifford & Terry Lonergan 2-4-2 RUNNERS UP: David Botting & Rod Gibbs

Battle of the brothers Jami Buckley continues to lead the pack in junior road racing Six junior racers, ranging in age from 9 up to 13, greeted the starter for their 10km handicap race. Kira Harpham, Emma van Niekirk and Eddie Buckland were first to leave, followed by Molly Opperman after a three minute gap. Molly had been penalised a minute after her race win the previous week, and now had only two minutes between her and Jami Buckley and Elmer Buckland chasing from the rear. At the turnaround mark, Eddie was out in front, with Molly catching up to Kira. Jami and Elmer were still chasing close behind. Emma had turned earlier, still building her confidence in racing. As the riders crested the final

hill, Eddie was still in front, but the instructions to charge could be heard in the background. With less than 300m to finish, Eddie was swamped by Jami Buckley, who went on to win and take fastest time (24:02 elapsed 19:02 ride time). Elmer sat up a little, as if considering letting his little brother finish in front of him, but his competitive instincts got the better of him and he flashed across the line to finish second, relegating Eddie to third place. Molly finished in fourth place, followed across the line by Kira, who had made a welcome return to racing.

SIBLING RIVALRY: Elmer Buckalnd takes it up a gear to ensure his younger brother Eddie is relegated to thrid as experienced rider Matthew Opperman follows in behind to keep a close eye on the young riders.



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Mount Gambier Cycling Club Summer Series continues to provide tough competition Another large turnout of 21 riders, in fantastic weather for racing, greeted the starter for another 20km handicap race along Caves Road as part of the Mount Gambier Cycling Club’s Summer series. First to leave were Jami Buckley, once again fresh from his victory in the junior race, Louise Abraham

and Jason Buckland. They were given a generous seven minute gap to the next group, and set about working together to try and make the most of their advantage. The second group to leave consisted of Jen Buckland, Spek Peake and Michael Dethmore, with the larger groups still to come. After 11 minutes had passed, a

group consisting of Mike Bakker, Dave Delaland, Riley Hill and Harry Opperman, was given the task of chasing down the earlier riders, and a further minute later the group of Bruce MacLaughlin, Naomi Feder, Paul Brooker, Phil Stasiw and John Cranwell set off in pursuit. With 13 minutes already on the clock, Niel van Niekirk and Malcolm Tirabassi were allowed to begin the chase, and then finally, after waiting 15 minutes from the start of the race, the scratch riders of Matthew Opperman, Rob Mann, Dave Bryant and Nick Kidman, began their pursuit of all ahead of them. At the turnaround mark, Abraham, Buckley and Jason Buckland were still making use of their advantage, working well together to maintain healthy gaps to those chasing behind. Peake, Jen Buckland and Dethmore were next to turn, still with about four minutes to make up to catch the leaders. A large group was chasing behind, made up of the two main middle groups, still about 3km behind the leaders. Approximately 500m further back the final two groups had joined and were methodically working to decrease the advantage further. A slight tailwind after the turnaround saw some of the groups pile on the pace and some riders weren’t able to hold on. Buckley and Araham stuck to their task, and were able to hold off the chasing packs until the finish line,

with Buckley taking out his second win for the morning (41:55), and Abraham holding on for second (43:16). The scratch riders had caught and passed all other riders, passing Jason Buckland before the top of the final rise. As they passed the crest, the sprint for the final spot on the podium began in earnest. Matthew Opperman held off the rest of the riders to claim fastest time honours (28:49 ride time) and third position for the race, closely followed once again by Bryant, with van Niekirk, Kidman, Mann and Tirabassi arriving closely behind. The next group to finish in a sprint was Hill, followed by Harry Opperman and Stasiw. Jason Buckland finished close behind in

13th place, then MacLaughlin, Paul Brooker, Peake, Cranwell, Bakker, Feder, Dethmore, Jen Buckland, and Delaland. STUNNING FORM: Young rider Jami Buckley (left) not only pwoered to the line to win the junior road race but backed it up with a superb performance to take line honours on the senior outing. RACE TO THE LINE: Matthew Opperman outlasts this group of cyclists to record the fastest time and finish third in the recent Summer Series handicap road race.

Handicap pairs champions decided Millicent Bowls Club crowns its best ladies handicap pair The Millicent Bowls Club on the held their Annual Champion Handicap Ladies Pairs earlier this month. All games were played over 12 ends with two rounds to be completed before going into the grand final. Sixteen players took to the greens in quite pleasant conditions with the final four pairs playing to get into the title decider. Lyn Scudds and Mary Campbell played Dawn Bellman and Faye Hill with the latter winning their way into the grand final. The second four were Adriana Ross and Jan Buhlmann (sub for Merle Stevens who had to leave) against Mary Clifford and Del Parsons with the later also winning their way into the grand final. Before the first end was played Parsons’ team had to give Bellman’s team one shot as this was the difference in the two teams handicaps - Bellman’s score at five shots and Parsons’ at four.

On the first end, Clifford and Parsons scored a six which already put them five shots up. At the seventh end theywere still holding a good lead sitting five

shots up and by the 12th Clifford and Parsons came out victors with the score finishing at 19 to 11 giving them the title of Handicap Pairs Champions for 2021.




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