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ISSUE 870 - Wednesday, February 24, 2021 | THE LIMESTONE COAST AND SOUTH WEST VICTORIA | 08 8724 7111 |







Jobe joins the big league Mount Gambier teenager leaves karts behind to start car racing career at Bathurst See inside for full story

Artist brings world class exhibition to region Millicent hosts glass blower A rare treat for Limestone Coast art lovers with internationally acclaimed JamFactory icon Clare Belfrage, South Australia’s leading

glass blower, set to exhibit at Millicent Gallery until March 27. See inside for full story

LEFT: Clare Belfrage working on her craft.

Jobe joins the big league Mount Gambier teenager leaves karts behind to start car racing career at Bathurst Around a decade ago, Marcus Stewart was sitting with a couple of mates, ridiculing them for the money they were spending and the miles they were travelling for their kids to be involved in go karts. Fast forward to this week and Marcus has embarked on a two day drive to Bathurst with his 16 year old son Jobe, who is about the compete in the first round of the 2021 Toyota Gazoo Racing Australia 86 Series – a potential pathway to Supercars. He has spent the past eight years travelling Australia as Jobe’s karting career went from strength to strength and now, as he progresses into a car – things are getting serious. Needless to say his mates have reminded him on more than one occasion about his scoffing and he knows he will never live it down. For Jobe, this weekend’s racing at Bathurst, a track where he had the privilege of racing in a one off round last year, can’t come quickly enough. He was ready to step into a car and take on the 2021 Toyota Gazoo Racing Australia 86 Series last year before COVID, as it did to so many, put paid to his plans. It meant the only racing the teenager did was virtual, firing up his simulator at every opportunity and getting involved in an ESeries. Jobe’s karting career started when he was eight. “I wasn’t really into footy or anything like that,” he said. A family getaway at Nene Valley introduced the youngster to a quad bike but there was no way his parents were going to entertain motorbikes in any form and a second hand go kart was the compromise. “I practised for a year or two at the local track and then started competing,” Jobe said. “I was always into cars growing up but I don’t really know why this is what I ended up wanting to do, it wasn’t like I had friends doing it or anything.” Jobe’s love of cars can be traced back to his dad – a selfconfessed motor sport tragic, although he was never tempted to hit the race track himself. Jobe, though, clearly has an affinity with the rubber hitting the road and others noticed his ability and talent. He was drafted into the Erebus Academy – a training program for rising talent – and his connection with the Supercar

team has been critical in his advancement through the ranks to this weekend’s official on track debut. Jobe had a hugely successful junior karting career and 2019 was his first and only year racing in senior ranks in karting – a season Jobe said “went okay”. But you can tell he is focussed on the opportunities 2021 will bring in a series which is a popular pathway to Supercars and that is where Jobe would love to end up if he can impress the right people at the right time and secure a drive. While plenty of drivers happily stay competing in the Toyota 86 Series, for young drivers like Jobe it is a stepping stone, to Super3 Series and Super2 Series, the feeder competitions for Supercars. “I am just hoping I go well and get the results I need the next couple of years to then end up in the Super3 Series,” Jobe said. “It is really hard to do but I would love to eventually race Supercars – I like the idea of staying in Australia to compete.” Jobe also understands that success in motor racing is about so much more than sheer talent and a willingness to work hard on your craft. It is an expensive sport that requires drivers, no matter how young, to be able to market themselves, attract sponsors, nurture connections and ensure the right people know who you are. At 16, he is already meeting with sponsors and learning to sell his brand – Jobe Stewart Racing. “I have started talking to a few people and I had the meeting with OneFortyOne – selling yourself is a big part of it,” Jobe said. “Going into cars is much more public than karts and a lot more people want to speak to you and find out about you and what’s going on.” He got a taste of it in that oneoff experience at Bathurst last year when cameras were looking to capture the new generation of drivers and followed Jobe and others around over the weekend. He is also looking to learn all aspects of the motor racing game, spending time with the Erebus Supercar team when it called Mount Gambier home last year, and learning from his father, who is basically his head mechanic, working hours and hours on the car at the Max Medhurst Crash Repairs workshop.

“I helped out with the Erebus mechanics when they were here (Mount Gambier) and got to see how they prepare a car,” Jobe said. “Understanding how a car works and what needs to be done to prepare it for a race definitely makes you a better driver. Instead of just getting in the care and just trying to drive fast, you understand how the car will move around.” Jobe’s relationship with Erebus, that has been so instrumental in helping him move through the ranks, was established through a local connection – James White, Erebus Motorsport’s Mount Gambier based fabricator. “He came into dad’s work and one thing led to another and he was able to help us through his contacts,” Jobe said. It is hard for Jobe to predict how this weekend’s opening round will go – this first of five rounds in the 2021 Toyota Gazoo Racing Australia 86 Series – but his simulator efforts in 2020 were impressive to say the least and he is hopefully having had a taste of Bathurst last year will also help. He placed in the top three of the Erebus Junior Esports Competition in 2020, before defeating some highly credentialed drivers to win the GT3 ESeries. And comments in 2020 from Erebus Motorsport CEO Barry Ryan shows just what standing the young driver has within the team. Ryan said he was pleased Jobe was taking the step up

“...It is really hard to do but I would love to eventually race Supercars – I like the idea of staying in Australia to compete...” Jobe Stewart in his motorsport pathway with the support of mentors from the Academy, which is exactly what the program is intended for. “A lot of kids and their parents just need that advice and guidance to help them along especially when you have so many people giving you their opinions,” Ryan said. “We are passionate about helping kids and giving them honest advice and helping to steer them in the right direction because it’s an expensive sport and every opportunity counts. Jobe is an impressive young driver and wants to learn. We are looking forward to continuing our support of Jobe and young drivers like him in all facets of racing.” When Jobe was preparing for

“...Jobe is an impressive young driver and wants to learn. We are looking forward to continuing our support of Jobe and young drivers like him in all facets of racing....” Barry Ryan






the 2020 Toyota 86 Series he was working through the transition from karts to cars. “It is so different driving the Toyota 86 after coming from karts,” he said. “You are so enclosed and can’t see much. It was kind of claustrophobic at first. It took a bit of getting used to because the car just moves around so much more. Also, the gears are a new thing, so you have to concentrate really hard, but I’m getting there. It’s heaps of fun and a big step up for sure.” He has time to make that transition now and while there was as much on a simulator as there was in a car, Jobe is starting to feel at home as he readies himself to be one of the youngest competitors in the series. Along with Erebus, OneFortyOne and Top Spot are Jobe’s main sponsors, with Brumby Signs creating the new livery. Jobe will be joined by fellow Mount Gambier driver Kai Allen, who is joining the series in Round 2 at Winton in May.

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Local artist bringing colour to a city landmark A blank wall at the back of Ripley Arcade is the latest space to undergo a colourful transformation as local artist Aileen CostalesClarke begins working on her mural Beauty Empowerment as part of the City of Mount Gambier Creative Arts Fund program. The former fashion designer enjoys illustrating as a side hobby and is in the process of painting one of her unique and modern creations in life size on the plain wall. “This is an amazing opportunity to bring one of my designs to life and really bring some visual impact to the space to empower women,” Aileen said. “I remember going on a graffiti artwork tour in Melbourne many years ago now, and that’s where I first saw fashion style graffiti artworks. It really inspired me and I am so thrilled to be redefining what is typically seen as graffiti art here in Mount Gambier.” With assistance from her husband and fellow artist Justin Clarke, Aileen has completed the

outline of the design to ensure correct proportions and is currently hand painting the base colours as a foundation. “I’ll start working on her face soon which is often the hardest part and the most amount of work,”Aileen said. “It’s important to get the gradient colours right. Once that happens, I can relax and enjoy the process.” Using the experience she gained when designing and painting a similar mural at Mount Gambier Marketplace, Aileen aims to beautify the central business district with a striking, modern artwork to create interest for the local community and visitors. “I really would love to inspire the young ones that haven’t been exposed to city art,” she said. “I’d love for them to see that a local artist can do this well and hit them

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with the beauty of the fashion design. The Ripley Arcade mural was one of four community art projects funded by the City of Mount Gambier’s Creative Arts Fund, a program encourages projects that make a positive contribution to art and culture in the city. “The Creative Arts Fund is focused on enabling artists to activate public spaces and really bring people together, encourage

interaction and promote a sense of community. We’re really starting to see a city brought to life with public art,” City of Mount Gambier arts, culture and development officer Serena Wong said. It is not the first large scale, community artwork on which the husband and wife duo has collaborated and Lifestyle1 will be talking to both Justin and Aileen and sharing their individual passion for creativity in coming issues.

Anne Schumacher (pictured above right with library manager Janice Nitschke) celebrated 30 years of service at Wattle Range Council last week. Anne started in the Civic and Arts Centre before moving into the Library where she has undertaken various roles at the same time, including the tourism and administration areas. Anne offers a high level of customer service and being an avid reader, her knowledge of books is second to none, making her the perfect person to organise the library’s Book and Writers Clubs. You may recognise her face from our entertaining online Bounce and Rhyme sessions which she has a great time making alongside Kristie Rowe.

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Pilot program to be set up in this region Naracoorte Lucindale Council one of two councils to set up State first wellbeing program

Naracoorte Lucindale Council was in the throes of working with local allied health professionals and community groups on a Wellbeing Strategy for the region when the council was chosen as one of two local government areas to set up a pilot Wellbeing Program. Plenty of work among pilot program partners including Naracoorte Lucindale Council, Wellbeing SA, the Office for Recreation, Sport and Racing, Department of Human Services and other State Government agencies, as well as that initial work with local stakeholders, has already been undertaken and now council is looking for some final community input before completing the blueprint and

implementing the program. Naracoorte Lucindale Mayor Erika Vickery (pictured) was hopeful once the consultation period ended in the middle of next month, incorporating that feedback and rolling out the program would be sooner rather than later. “We were working with those local groups so we could put something together that reflected what the community wanted and needed,” Mayor Vickery said. “Programs like this, that involve multiple agencies always take a bit longer to put together but we were determined to have all the information and be able to come up with a program that will engage the community and reflect what they want.”

“...we were determined to have all the information and be able to come up with a program that will engage the community and reflect what they want...” Naracoorte Lucindale Mayor Erika Vickery

Under the program, a range of activities and initiatives will be delivered in the coming months to support physical, social, mental and community wellbeing and develop resilience. The initiatives will include a focus on supporting young people, families and older residents to stay connected and physically active, after a challenging year with COVID-19 restrictions and, more recently, bushfires. “We welcome this new partnership that will create additional opportunities for our community to participate in programs that support wellbeing,” Mayor Vickery said. “This work aligns well with council’s ongoing commitment to supporting community wellbeing through our parks and playgrounds, cycling and walking paths, community garden and library services. “We welcome input from everyone in the community on the proposed range of programs for implementation.” The pilot program also aligns with council’s commitment to the

recently endorsed Draft Regional Health Plan for the Limestone Coast. Planned activities include: • An eight-week ‘Good Life’ holistic wellbeing program for older adults • School holiday activities delivered at the Naracoorte & District Sports Centre • Regular walking groups and a ‘10,000 Steps’ community challenge • Yoga in Naracoorte’s Memorial Parklands across six weekends • Youth art project culminating in an augmented reality public mural • Family-friendly outdoor cinema event at the Naracoorte Swimming Lake • Come and Try events with local special interest clubs “We would also be interested in hearing about ideas for other activities and events that support community health and wellbeing that could be held in the future,” Mayor Vickery said. “It is really important that, in the end, we put something in front of our community that is what they want.

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It will be interesting to see what the community feels they need.” The current blueprint has a strong focus on physical activity and Mayor Vickery sees that as an important starting point. “While you are bringing people together to do physical activities and fun activities, there is always that connection and that is where you can build on some of the mental, emotional and social aspects we are also looking to work on,” she said. Wellbeing SA chief executive Lyn Dean said Wellbeing SA was excited to be working in partnership with Naracoorte Lucindale Council, their State Government partners and community members to implement new initiatives to support wellbeing. “Through the Open Your World website we have provided resources, tools and information to support the wellbeing of all South Australians and these new initiatives complement this, providing programs and activities that encourage the community to stay healthy, active and connected,” Ms Dean said. Community members can view the proposed programs for implementation and provide feedback by visiting https:// yoursay.naracoortelucindale. or by emailing with the subject title Naracoorte Lucindale Wellbeing Program Feedback. Hard copies of the survey form are also be available from the council offices in DeGaris Place, Naracoorte. The survey will close at 5pm on Friday, March 12. Playford is the other local government area set to implement a wellbing program.

Call out to community Council calling for potential recreation centre stakeholders to join advisory group

As the Wulanda Recreation and Convention Centre starts to take shape at its Olympic Park site, the City of Mount Gambier is calling for community members to put up their hand to be part of the community reference group (CRG) that will be an integral part of the path forward. There has basically been a CRG in place since Cr Ben Hood’s 20,000 signatures in 20 days campaign, which kick started the latest, and ultimately successful, push to commit to a recreation centre project in Mount Gambier. “The community has always been an integral part of the project,” Cr Hood said. “Council needs the access to their knowledge and expertise for the implementation and future use of the centre.” And that is the task of this latest CRG, with council hopeful many of the members that have been part of the decision making process in the first two stages of the project, as part of the CRG set up in May 2018, continue as part of the Stage Three CRG. “The CRG has always been a touchpoint into what the community wants and needs,” Cr Hood said. “It’s important to continue that relationship and that the community has input in all stages of the project. They have already done so much hard work with the design and we want them to follow through with the implementation.” The CRG seeks up to 21

individuals and representatives from the education sector, allied health sector, early childhood sector, retirement and aged care sector, first nations community, young persons (aged 12-25 years), disability sector, community services sector, sporting/recreation clubs, swimming, basketball, netball, music/performing arts/ events industry and other community groups. The committee will meet once every two months, established by Council to provide considered advice to assist decision making on matters associated with the development of the centre. “It is a 50 year, multigenerational structure that Mount Gambier deserves and we want the community to have a huge say in how this facility is used going forward,” Cr Hood said. The application form and Terms of Reference are available at: http:// www.haveyoursaymountgambier. or visit the council office at the Civic Centre, 10 Watson Terrace, Mount Gambier. Applications must be received by 5pm on Wednesday, March 10. HAVE YOUR SAY: (Above) City of Mount Gambier acting CEO Barbara Cernovskis with City of Mount Gambier Mayor Lynette Martin at the Wulanda Recreation and Convention Centre site and (below) Cr Ben Hood is encouraging the communtiy to get involved.

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Stand Like Stone Foundation hands out its 2021 educational scholarships Helping dreams come true – that is at the heart of the Stand Like Stone Foundation annual educational scholarships. No matter how dedicated a student is, no matter how hard they work and no matter how driven they are to achieve their career goals, the financial hurdles can often be the hardest to overcome and that’s why the foundation’s educational scholarships can be just the boost a student needs. From Penola High School’s Phillip Davis, who is looking to become a park ranger, to Millicent’s Chloe Futcher, who has a career in medicine in her future, or Isabella Bruttomesso, who has chosen to stay in her hometown, Mount Gambier, to carve out a career in nursing – to receive a 2021 scholarship has been a godsend. Phillip has faced, and continues to face, many personal challenges, but he has never once given up on his learning, and his dreams of being a park ranger.

“…the Limestone Coast will be a better place for having someone like Phillip within our community who is not afraid to speak up…” Jo Skeer (Penola High School school services officer) Described by his teachers as being passionate about nature and the wellbeing of others, they believe his personal experiences have strengthened him and his empathetic backbone. School services officer Jo Skeer was one of the staff members who supported Phillip’s application, saying he stands up for what he believes in. “The Limestone Coast will be a better place for having someone like Phillip within our community who is not afraid to speak up,” Ms Skeer said. The scholarship from Stand Like Stone will provide Phillip with financial support for his schoolwork, as well as help with transport costs for his upcoming park ranger work experience. Chloe, who was dux of both Tension Woods College and the Limestone Coast in 2019, has a year of her double degree under her belt as she tackles a Bachelor of Clinical Science and Doctor of Medicine and as she goes into her second year, the financial boost provided by the Stand Like Stone scholarship just takes the pressure off everyone. “Mum and dad support me a lot so this will make it easier for them,” Chloe said. And it will also allow her to spend one more year at St Mark’s residential college in North Adelaide – a plan that was originally only going to be the first year. “I stayed there last year but because of COVID I didn’t get to experience the social events and things like that go with life at a

residential college so I am glad to hopefully be able to experience that this year,” Chloe said. She remembers getting the phone call about her successful application one morning over breakfast. “I started crying I was so happy,” she said. “I knew how much it would mean to mum and dad. I knew about the Stand Like Stone Foundation from my time at Tension Woods College and I just took the opportunity to apply but never expected to receive a scholarship, especially one that substantial.”

“…I was concerned going into university – have I picked the right courses and is this what I really want to do? But I have absolutely loved it…” Chloe Futcher (scholarship recipient) It means Chloe can now focus on her studies, having already shown her Year 12 results were no fluke with strong academic results in her first year at Flinders University. “I had a lot of new experiences and made a lot of new friends and I really enjoyed the study,” Chloe said. “I was concerned going into university – have I picked the right courses and is this what I really want to do? But I have absolutely loved it.” Isabella also completed her Year 12 studies in 2019 and the 19 year old is also grateful for the financial support the scholarship will provide. Isabella is studying a Diploma of Nursing at TAFE SA in Mount Gambier, starting in the middle of last year when she opted not to complete a gap year, as per her original plan.

“…I have always wanted to be a nurse, ever since I was a little girl…” Isabella Bruttomesso (scholarship recipient) A career in nursing has always been on Isabella’s radar, stemming back to when she helped care for her Nonna. “I have always wanted to be a nurse, ever since I was a little girl,” Isabella said. “I have always loved caring for people, always loved helping people.” Isabella lost her mum in 2017 and was keen to get out of Mount Gambier until she met a boy and suddenly staying in her hometown was the more appealing option so she is studying to be an enrolled nurse with a view to probably then progressing to becoming a registered nurse. “I have started working in aged care to help my nursing and I loved my placement in Naracoorte and I have really enjoyed working with the elderly,” she said. “I am also

interested in midwifery so I guess I will just see how things go.” The good news is, courtesy of the Stand Like Stone scholarship, Isabella can focus on her studies and not worry as much about the financial pressure of being a student.

“…our scholarships are all about giving local students the opportunity to thrive so that they, in turn, can make great contributions to our region in the future…” Anne Kerr (Stand Like Stone Foundation CEO) “I am going to put the money towards my course,” she said. “I never thought I could get a scholarship, even when I was encouraged to apply, and I am really grateful for this help.” Isabella found out about the scholarship after getting to know Sue and Peter Charlton through her work as a waitress at Caffe Belgiorno and the rest, as they say, is history. Stand Like Stone Foundation CEO Anne Kerr said it was also a pleasure to hand out the educational scholarships each year. “Thanks to the generosity of our donors, we’re thrilled to be able to continue supporting local students in a variety of ways, from primary school music lessons through to accommodation fees for university,” Mrs Kerr said. “The beauty of a donation to Stand Like Stone is that 100% stays local and supports this region forever.” More than 40 scholarships were offered across a variety of Sub Funds within the foundation. “Our scholarships are all about giving local students the opportunity to thrive so that they, in turn, can make great contributions to our region in the future,” said

ABOVE: Top - Phillip Davis. Middle - Chloe Futcher. Bottom - Isabella bruttomesso


Stand Like Stone - Assisting students with a connection to the Limestone Coast Balnaves Foundation - Assisting students with a focus on young people, the disadvantaged and/or indigenous communities Cornerstone - Assisting students identifying with the greater Bordertown area de Nys Family Memorial - Assisting students identifying with the greater Mt Gambier area Focis on Youth - Assisting students identifying with the Limestone Coast Grant High School - Assisting past, current or future students of Grant High School Keith Area School - Assisting past, current or future students of Keith Area School Kingston Community School - Assisting past, current or future students of Kingston Community School LE & NC Myers - Assisting young people under, or previously under, the guardianship of the Minister to achieve their goals in vocational and/or tertiary education LM Woodruff - Assisting young women undertake a nursing career Lorry Humphreys Memorial - Assisting people seeking a career in Trades and/or Arts LT O’Connor - Assisting students further their experiences and knowledge in music Lucindale Area School - Assisting past, current or future students of Lucindale Area School Millicent High School - Assisting past, current or future students of Millicent High School Mount Gambier High School - Assisting past, current or future students of Mount Gambier High School Penola Coonawarra Vititec - Assisting students with a connection to the greater Penola Coonawarra region Rackhams - Assisting students with a connection to the Wattle Range Council area SA Rural Women’s Gathering - Assisting women in pursuit of their educational goals.

Seaside extravaganza covers all bases The Robe Boat Fishing and Leisure Show this weekend All roads lead to Robe this weekend as the seaside town hosts the first major event for 2021 – its 9th annual Robe Boat Fishing and Leisure Show. The three acre expo takes in Robe’s picturesque Lake Butler Marina and organisers are hopeful the change of date from January

to late February may well boost the already popular event. “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,” show organiser Jamie Aitken said. The 2021 Robe Boat Fishing and Leisure Show 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, Strawberries Galore and the Robe Lions Club will be front and centre with their always popular barbeque. “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. It is also the perfect opportunity to try St Mary’s award winning London Gin. 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. The range of boats, caravans, SUVs, fishing equipment and all things marine continues to expand every year with stall after stall filling the three acre expo space that has the Lake Butler Marina as its backdrop. And organisers must be getting this core business right – not only does it attract new and repeat exhibitors and visitors but it has been branded one of the top 10 events of its type in Australia by the Boating Industry Association. “It always has been, first and foremost, an event about getting out on the water, checking out boats, heading out fishing and all

Have your say on rubbish revolution City of Mount Gambier rates notices will highlight the cost of waste disposal from July 1 this year, in a council proposal to adjust its rating structure and introduce a Waste Service Charge (WSC) of $200 per year. It is proposed the WSC will be a separate charge financed as a reduction to the fixed charge general rates component of assessments. “The general rates fixed charge will be reduced by $200, therefore, the introduction of the WSC is cost neutral and it will have no bottom-line impact on most ratepayer assessments,” General Manager Shared Services Darren Barber said. It is proposed that 2021/2022 rates charges will be comprised of capital values, a WSC of $200, an anticipated overall 4.5% combined general rates and service fee charges increase. “The combined general rates – fixed charge and the WSC will raise approximately 45 per cent of Council’s overall rates and charges revenue,” Mr Barber said. The WSC will recover costs

associated with kerbside bin collections, the Waste Transfer Station, ReUse Market and bulky waste collection. “The proposed WSC is an environmental decision to make the costs associated with the collection, treatment and disposal of waste visible to ratepayers on their quarterly/ annual rates notices,” he said. “Council is focused on environmentally sound waste management practices and that means educating our community to really think about the cost of waste disposal. The WSC will provide council with a tool to become more responsive to waste management related costs and share the costs and benefits with the community.” It is proposed the WSC will be charged on the basis of the service being available to a property.

“It will exclude vacant land and primary production where there is no dwelling on the land and will be charged irrespective if the land owner/occupier is using the service or not,” Mr Barber said. The community is encouraged to provide feedback about the proposed charge through the 2021/2022 Annual Business Plan and Budget community consultation process which will occur in the coming months. “Council will provide further details regarding the rating structure, including the WSC as part of the community consultation process as we move closer to the end of the financial year,” he said.

the other fun activities a seaside location like Robe offers,” Jamie said. All the popular, quality boating brands will be on site including Quintrex, Savage, Sea Cruiser, Arvor, Theodore, Stabicraft, Inflatables, Yellow Fin, Haines Hunter and Seadoo. And if you already have your boat but are looking for some more grunt, outboard motors from all the top brands will be ready for inspection, including Honda, Suzuki, Mercury, Yamaha and Evenrude. Fishing tackle and accessories are always prominent as well with a fishing competition on offer for the kids.

A large selection of caravans, Range Rovers, Jaguars and Fords will also be on display, with CanAm Suzuki, Honda and Spyder on site showcasing their off road vehicles of all shapes and sizes. So while the true boaties and fishos among you check out all the latest and greatest from the associated industry leaders, the rest of the family can check out the entertainment and relax seaside with the array of food and beverages on offer, as well as the art, fashion and homewares set to be adding diversity of the popular event, which is on both Saturday and Sunday this weekend.

Award winning country artist right on our doorstep this week

Award winning Australian country artist Fanny Lumsden will be in Naracoorte this Friday as part of her fallow album tour. Fanny took home five Golden Guitars at the 2021 Awards, including Album of the Year for fallow, as well as Female Artist of the Year. For more information including ticket sales - on her local performance this Friday, at the Naracoorte Town Hall, go to

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A helping hand for disadvantaged children Scholarship closing date looms Family violence has such a profound impact on children, affecting their educational outcomes and often seeing them struggle to establish strong social and community connections. That’s where Friends with Dignity Little Friends Scholarships come in as just one tool to make life that little bit easier for those kids and Limestone Coast families are being encouraged to apply for the assistance, with South Australia having had a slow uptake on this scholarship opportunity that has been around since 2017. Friends With Dignity national scholarships manager Jaqui Brosnan said while official studies were scant, the anecdotal evidence was overwhelming about how adversely family violence affects children and this financial injection was just one way of helping those kids rise above their home situation. “Our Little Friends Scholarship has been established to ensure all children have the ability to either further their education and/or be able to participate in extracurricular activities that they may not be able to pursue due to the financial impact of Domestic and Family Violence within their family environment,” Ms Bronsan said. “While there is limited data on the nature, extent and impacts of family violence on children what is known is that children who are exposed to family, domestic and sexual violence can experience long-term effects on their development and have increased risk of mental health issues, and behavioural and learning difficulties.” Scholarships are provided on a bi-annual basis and are awarded twice a year (up to $500 per child). There are 2 categories of scholarships: • Educational – This may include school fees, uniforms, stationary, school resource fees, school camps or excursions, tutoring, laptops or iPads required for educational purposes. • Extra-curricular – This may include registration, class fees or uniforms for sporting, musical or artistic activities Round 8 is now open and closes this Friday with a minimum of 40 scholarships on offer.


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(March 21- April 20) Lucky Colour: White Racing Numbers: 2-3-6-5 Lucky Day: Wednesday Lotto Numbers: 2-13-26-5-40-33 Some very exciting times coming up and some good news from your loved ones at a distance. You could have a problem with someone who is not able to communicate the right way.


(April 21- May 20) Lucky Colour: Silver Racing Numbers: 1-3-5-9 Lucky Day: Tuesday Lotto Numbers: 1-12-15-26-36-34

Do not let anyone push you into making decisions that you are not ready to make. In any important matter consult the experts or you could find yourself in a dilemma with legal problems.


(May 21- June 21) Lucky Colour: Green Racing Numbers: 2-6-5-9 Lucky Day: Monday Lotto Numbers: 2-13-26-9-7-14 Your ego should be in for a boost and this could also mean good progress in your career matters. Definite improvement in your financial situation should help you lighten your burden of the past few months.


(June 22- July 22) Lucky Colour: Cream Racing Numbers: 2-3-6-2 Lucky Day: Tuesday Lotto Numbers: 1-12-5-6-19-8

Some confusing aspects in your relationships could unsettle your otherwise quite happy period. Try not to let people bully you into situations that are not of your own making. “The applications we have received over the previous rounds have shared beautiful and heartbreaking stories of families trying to do the best to overcome the disadvantage their children face,” Ms Bronsan said. “Through our scholarships, we have helping children by funding the purchase of laptops and tablets, funding swimming lessons, equine therapy for children with mental health issues and PTSD, enabling children to go on school camps with their peers, buying new school uniforms for children who have moved time and time again fleeing from their perpetrator, enabling kids to pursue their passion in music, dance, drama and sport. By supporting these children to continue or to engage in their education or to support them to undertake extra-curricular activities gives these kids the opportunity to feel normal, to not stand out from their peers. It can help them to develop social skills and build friendships and relationships with their peers. Having a new school uniform or being able to join the local football team can have a positive impact on a child’s confidence and mental health.” Children who are exposed to domestic and family violence are more likely to: • suffer from depression • be homeless • abuse drugs and alcohol • engage in risk-taking behaviours • experience or use violence and be controlling and manipulative in relationships “Children who are in a domestic violence household or have suffered from domestic family

violence have higher rates of absenteeism from school, many are suffering from mental health issues which can prevent them from fully engaging in their education,” Ms Bronsan said. Dropping out of school is also a huge issue, as is not having the financial capacity to afford things from school uniform to a school camp. “Another reported effect is changing of schools and having to re-establish relationships with friends and the school community,” Ms Bronsan said. “You can imagine how tough that must be and how that having to continually restart over again would test the resilience of any child, let alone one who is already dealing with issues of feeling unsafe, feeling undervalued and suffering financially.” The scholarships applications open twice a year – at the beginning of the school year and again mid-year around June/July. In 2017 when scholarship program was launched they were only able to fund 10 scholarships but by the end of round 7, Friends with Dignity had provided scholarships to 347 children throughout Australia at a value of almost $150,000. Anyone with a school aged child who has faced or facing domestic or family violence is encouraged to apply for the round 8 scholarships and those that may wish to assist Friends With Dignity to continue providing this much needed support to donate at https://www. little-friends-scholarshipcommunity-fund


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(July 23- August 22) Lucky Colour: Blue Racing Numbers: 2-5-9-6 Lucky Day: Sunday Lotto Numbers: 2-15-26-36-34-40

Some evidence of improvements could come to surface even things could be moving a little too slow for your liking. Try not to let problems overwhelm you as solutions are on the way.


(August 23- September 23) Lucky Colour: Peach Racing Numbers: 2-9-6-5 Lucky Day: Tuesday Lotto Numbers: 2-13-16-25-23-36 Your financial problems could be getting a little easier to handle but your determination is the only thing that will make you debt free. Romantic offers are in the cards.


(September 24- October 23) Lucky Colour: Orange Racing Numbers: 6-8-6-3 Lucky Day: Thursday Lotto Numbers: 3-6-9-12-25-41

Your chances to get “ hitched” are very good at the moment. So do a bit more socializing or entertaining and you could land yourself a nice piece of “ cod”. A past favour could now show dividends.


(October 24- November 22) Lucky Colour: Violet Racing Numbers: 3-6-9-5 Lucky Day: Friday Lotto Numbers: 3-12-25-26-36-40 Some nice and tantalizing propositions are coming your way. You may be very surprised by all this and think you are dreaming, but you sure will get something out of all this. There are lots of invitations and surprise visitors.


Lucky Colour: Red Lucky Day: Sunday

(November 23- December 20) Racing Numbers: 1-2-9-6 Lotto Numbers: 1-12-15-26-36-34

A meeting you had with someone interesting is now going to develop into a significant romantic relationship and you could be seeing a lot more of each other over the next few months. Job offers are also indicated.


(December 21- January 19) Lucky Colour: Yellow Racing Numbers: 3-6-2-1 Lucky Day: Wednesday Lotto Numbers: 1-12-15-26-36-34 Many of the obstacles you have experienced in the past are now starting to lift. Some really good opportunities are coming your way and it is up to you to grab these by the ears and have yourself an enjoyable time.


(January 20- February 19) Lucky Colour: Blue Racing Numbers: 5-9-8-6 Lucky Day: Saturday Lotto Numbers: 2-16-29-6-4-44 A decision made now will have a great influence upon your future happiness. However, do not let yourself get pushed into something you don’t really want. Think positive and make sure that you are expressing yourself clearly.


(February 20- March 20) Lucky Colour: Brown Racing Numbers: 2-3-2-1 Lucky Day: Friday Lotto Numbers: 1-12-15-26-36-34 A new relationship could develop or an existing one could get rekindled and become rather exciting. Some of you could achieve a major achievement over the next couple of months.


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A cherished World class exhibition school tradition right on our doorstep Millicent Gallery hosting internationally renowned continues glass blowing artist from Adelaide’s JamFactory Tenison Woods College marks the new school year with Mass

A Tenison Woods College tradition of Year 12 students escorting their Reception student buddies to the first mass of the school year continued at the beginning of this term. Father Dean Marin (picturd above top), of the Mount Gambier Catholic Parish, led the mass and challenged everyone to make the ordinary moments extraordinary, aligning with the college’s call to action for 2021. The newly elected Year 6, Year 9 and Year 12 leaders were also blessed and commissioned as they begin their leadership roles in the school community. BUDDY SYSTEM: (Above bottom left) Year 12 student Zoe Aberle & Reception student Harper Nixon and (above top right) Reception student Kuet Kuot with Year 12 student Nadia Munguakwokwa. LEADERSHIP ROLES: (Above bottom right) Year 12 student and Mission Leader Alice Circelli & Year 12 and Mission Leader Student Madison Fatchen.

A rare treat for Limestone Coast art lovers with internationally acclaimed JamFactory icon Clare Belfrage, South Australia’s leading glass blower, set to exhibit at Millicent Gallery until March 27. The exhibition, A Measure of Time, celebrates the achievements of Clare Belfrage, her significant national and international profile and considerable influence in her chosen field and is part of a national tour, which also saw Art Gallery of South Australia Dr Lisa Slade and Clare host an artist conversation at the weekend to walk people through the iconic display. Gallery curator Janice Nitschke was delighted to be able to welcome both Clare and Dr Slade to the Millicent Gallery, while Wattle Range Mayor Des Noll described being part of the nation tour schedule as a huge coup. “We are thrilled to be part of this national tour, hosting such a significant exhibition,” he said. With a career spanning almost three decades, the multi-awardwinning artist has forged an international reputation for her finely detailed glass sculptures that marry organic blown forms with intricate line work. Throughout her career, Belfrage has maintained a vibrant studio glass practice and is known for her distinctive artworks in which complex patterns of fine glass lines trace her forms. The characteristically fluid lines that are found throughout Belfrage’s works are part of a technical breakthrough involving the artist’s innovative use of fine glass rods known as ‘stringers’. The resulting surface has an almost textile-like quality akin to those produced by knitting and weaving. As very few glass artists have extended their knowledge and experimented with the practical application of drawing with stringers as much as Belfrage, she is widely regarded as an ardent pioneer and innovative developer of the technique. Mrs Nitschke is encouraging the community from across the region

The library helping to keep you connected Courtesy of a Be Connected Australian Government grant the Mount Gambier Library has seven iPads available for loan for the purpose of connecting with family and friends. The library will assist participants by teaching them how to use video calls, messaging apps and email tailored to suit each individual. Free wi-fi connection is available within the library or participants can arrange their own data package. To qualify for the loan of an iPad for six months, applicants will need to express their interest, or interest on behalf of someone they know, who meets the following criteria: • Participants must be over 50 years of age & live in the City of Mount Gambier. • Do not ordinarily have access to an iPad, tablet or other device. • Apply at the Library counter or write/email Mount Gambier Library on behalf of yourself or someone who would benefit from the loan of an iPad. Include a short paragraph telling the library how the iPad would be used and who they would connect with if they were one of the successful applicants. TO APPLY: Email: Write: Library Manager, Mount Gambier Library, 6 Watson Terrace, Mount Gambier SA 5290

to take advantage of checking out this world class exhibition right on our doorstep.

Skate bowl taking shape Naracoorte’s Market Square skate park development is well and truly underway and if you want to see just how far along the project has progressed you can head to facebook and watch some time lapse footage of the development as it continues to take shape ready for action.


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Pursuant to Section 38(5) of the Development Act, 1993

Notice is hereby given that an application comprising a NONCOMPLYING CATEGORY 3 DEVELOPMENT has been lodged with Council for a development assessment. Details of the application are as follows: DEVELOPMENT NUMBER:



Blackbird Industries


To construct an extension to the existing storage shed and workshop


17a Duigan Street, Mount Gambier


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The application may be examined on the Council website at or at the Council office located at the Civic Centre, 10 Watson Terrace, Mount Gambier. Please phone (08) 8721 2555 to make an appointment if you wish to view the application at the Council office. Any person or body affected may make relevant representations concerning this application via email at or in writing, addressed to the Chief Executive Officer at PO Box 56, Mount Gambier no later than Thursday 11 March 2021. Each person making a submission should indicate whether that person wishes to appear personally or be represented by another party before the Council in support of that submission. Please note that, pursuant to Section 38(8) of the Development Act, a copy of each representation received will be forwarded to the Applicant for a written response. This is the first and only publication of this Notice. Barbara CERNOVSKIS





Pursuant to Section 38(5) of the Development Act, 1993

Notice is hereby given that an application comprising a CATEGORY 3 DEVELOPMENT has been lodged with Council for a development assessment. Details of the application are as follows: DEVELOPMENT NUMBER:



S S Purswani


122ND LUCINDALE SHOW YAKKA PARK February 27 (Horses in Action also on February 28)

To change the use of the subject property to a bulky goods outlet and associated storage


140 Penola Road, Mount Gambier


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The application may be examined on the Council website at or at the Council office located at the Civic Centre, 10 Watson Terrace, Mount Gambier. Please phone (08) 8721 2555 to make an appointment if you wish to view the application at the Council office. Any person or body affected may make relevant representations concerning this application via email at or in writing, addressed to the Chief Executive Officer at PO Box 56, Mount Gambier no later than Thursday 11 March 2021. Each person making a submission should indicate whether that person wishes to appear personally or be represented by another party before the Council in support of that submission. Please note that, pursuant to Section 38(8) of the Development Act, a copy of each representation received will be forwarded to the Applicant for a written response. This is the first and only publication of this Notice. Barbara CERNOVSKIS




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- 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

- Magnificent Federation Style 4 BR family home in the Tenison Drive precinct - Large 5795m2 allotment walking distance to Tenison Woods College - Built to the highest of standards offering multiple living area - 3 bedrooms UMR plus a large 1 bedroom selfcontained unit


4 2 2 $185,000

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$150,000 + S.A.V

ONE OF MOUNT GAMBIER’S FINEST JEWELLERY STORES - RETIREMENT SALE - Assistance/training offered for before & after settlement - Beautifully presented jewellery business, located in the busy CBD shopping precinct of Mount Gambier - Offering an attractive shopfront with main street exposure near the new Aldi & Coles expansion - This successful business continues to attract new and repeat customers

Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

- Solid brick family home on a 1960m2 allotment in the heart of Glencoe - Two spacious living areas include s/c wood heating & built in bar along with a separate games room/4th bedroom - Large country kitchen with dishwasher, breakfast bar & electric cooking - HUGE 18m x 5m outdoor alfresco area evoking a country rustic vibe 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



2 HARLEY ST, ALLENDALE EAST $265,000-$275,000

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

- 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 & master bedroom with WIR & ensuite - Large storage shed, separate man cave, rainwater tanks & a securely fenced yard

Gail Richards 0409 268 199






- 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 0418 849 266



Tegan Pink ADMINISTRATION P: (08) 8723 3416

Rachael Kelly JUNIOR ASSISTANT P: (08) 8723 3416

LOT 31 O’LEARY RD, SUTTONTOWN $749,000-$799,000 NEW PRICE 20.74 ACRES

ATTENTION BUILDERS & DEVELOPERS - Outstanding opportunity to secure a large allotment on the Northern side on the City – 20.74 acres (8.394 ha) of Prime Land for future development – High profile location ready for a new housing estate (S.T.C.A.) – Development opportunity Zoned Residential in the City of Mount Gambier

Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266



TAYOC PARK - ON THE EDGE OF THE CITY - Set on a generous 4075m2 lot with private mature gardens - Offering a magnificent Federation Style family home - Architectural designed masterpiece built in 2001 - Award winning ornamental gardens which are private and very well established - 65,000L of rain water with town water and an equipped bore - Extras include a huge 20m x 10m Colourbond shed with 3m clearance & toilet


49 KIRIP RD, GLENCOE $320,000-$350,000

Sue Clements CLIENT SERVICES P: (08) 8723 3416


Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266 or Sara O’Connor 0438 708 281

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46 ASCOTT WAY, SUTTONTOWN $849,000 1.97 HA

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

- Breathtaking grounds offering stunning gardens and plenty of space - Home offers high ceilings, an abundance of natural light and a free-flowing floorplan - The four bedrooms are generously proportioned, the master has a fully-renovated ensuite & large WIR - A huge undercover pergola area and multiple living spaces are standout features of this home

– 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 sq home – Intuitive floor plan is divided into 2 wings and is designed to take in the Southerly views over Mt Gambier – Both sections of the home have their own DBL garage with one larger in length to accommodate a 5th vehicle

Gail Richards 0409 268 199 103 MEYLIN ST, PT MAC

4 2 7 $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




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Gail Richards 0409 268 199

4 IRVEN ST, PT MAC $449,000

- Beautifully renovated stone home set on a 4058m2 allotment just a short stroll from the beach - Inside offers a completely transformed interior including 4 bedrooms, master with WIR and ensuite - 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 4 2 4

Gail Richards 0409 268 199

10 GREENRIDGE DR, MT GAMBIER $139,000-$149,000


312 COMMERCIAL ST WEST, MT GAMBIER $799,000-$820,000

- 1,120m2 elevated allotment in a sought after street with Northerly aspect - Water, power, sewer, gas, NBN connected or passing - Overlooking one of the largest parks in Conroe Estate - Great location surrounded by quality homes with excellent street appeal - 1st Home buyers, enquire about up to $40,000 of Government grants

- Fantastic opportunity to purchase a 2218m2 commercial zoned parcel of land in a prime location - Excellent exposure site with two street frontage and small office at the southern end - The allotment offers a multitude of options with retail giants BCF, Super Cheap and Petbarn adjacent the site

- Big and beautiful - central and spacious - Zoned light industry, offering an incredible opportunity to reside & operate a business from the one property (S.T.C.A) - Properties offering this size shedding with a home attached are near impossible to find in the city area - Prospective purchasers have the opportunity to purchase ‘Gambier Coachlines’

Al Lamond 0418 849 266


Gail Richards 0409 268 199


Al Lamond 0418 849 266




RLA 62833

RLA 1903

Paul Chuck SALES 0409 541 113

Suite 2/14 Helen Street, Mount Gambier | | Phone 08 8725 5766 8 Highland Drive

Ben Jeffrey SALES 0417 810 246

Emily Rayner SALES 0417 665 085


8 Tallara Avenue


Sharyn Ferguson PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 8725 5766

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103 Meylin Street, Port MacDonnell


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Appealing colonial style home – Big on space and solid construction. Boasting 4 double bedrooms & study/5th bed. Three living areas, double garage & outdoor entertaining. Fit for the largest family!


9 Max Young Drive









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Lovely 3 bedroom family home, situated in a popular area, open plan kitchen, dining and living with split system. Master bedroom with walk in robe and ensuite.

Beautifully elevated & private setting – feature raked ceilings. Formal living & heat form fire place. A view as far as the eye can see. Overlooking new subdivision & positioned on close to half an acre of land. In conjunction with Key2Sale & Peter Dempsey

24 Hedley Street

15 Gardiner Terrace






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.







23 Agnes Street

A wonderful development opportunity awaits – quality location to complete a proposed division. Over 11 acres of land with development approval for 44 allotments.


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Cleaning Business

$215,000 2 Located in the beautiful coastal town of Nene Valley. Flat level corner allotment approximately 811m2. Large shed approx 9.5mX7.5m - high clearance with kitchenette and full services.

Suite 2/14 Helen Street, Mount Gambier


34/184 Jubilee Highway West

$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! 38 Glynn Drive, Nene Valley

$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.

22 Lansell Street

$649,000-$669,000 3 2 2 Be the envy of your friends. Stunning 1930’s Spanish mission style home in premier location. Absolute quality throughout, designer kitchen, relaxing pool & outdoor entertaining. A short walk to shops, Blue Lake & city centre.

A great home with many features including updated kitchen, two living areas, fantastic patio/entertaining on appealing low maintenance grounds. The property also boasts two street access with room for 2 cars plus caravan or boat.

Altinio Drive Development

a|11 acres

$429,000-$449,000 4 2 2 A seaside dream! tastefully updated and offers wonderful multi-use accommodation (STCC) light-filled living with sweeping ocean views. A short stroll to Shops, Restaurants, Cafes and Beach. With so much potential it won’t last long!

Fit for a large family – up to five bedrooms and two bathrooms. Huge covered entertaining area and great shedding. Stylish updated kitchen, roller shutters, solar panels.

36B Wehl Street North

P.O.A An exciting opportunity to be your own BOSS. Fantastic cleaning business for sale with fantastic turnover. Huge potential to take to the next level. Phone Gebhardts for further information.

Apply online Ph 8724 8088


COMMERCIAL 2/2 James Street

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$200 pw 2 1 1 • 2 bedrooms, main with built in robe • Open living area/kitchen/dine/lounge with electric cooking & electric coil heating • Separate laundry • Bathroom/ toilet with bath • Close to schools • Detached carport • No pets


Avail 5/3/21

$320 pw 3 2 1 • 3 bedrooms, two with BIR’s, main with WIR & ensuite • Open kitchen/dine/ living area with RC air con, gas cooktop & dishwasher • Single garage UMR with internal access • Freshly painted throughout • Under cover patio area • No pets

32 Commercial Street West

94 Commercial Street East

Chris Manser Real Estate & Livestock Sales 0417 414 127

Elisha Beare Real Estate Sales Property Management 0407 213 023

Garth Manser Real Estate & Livestock Sales 0417 071 180

Bernie Manser Property Management 0407 235 345

Candyce Cory Property Management 0427 333 517 RLA 280309

Ph 08 8723 6866 | Fax 08 8723 3809 | 50 James Street, Mount Gambier | |

Rental Available!






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AVAILABLE FRIDAY 19TH FEB 2021. 4 good sized bedrooms main with Walk-in robe. 2 Bathrooms & 3 separate toilets. Expansive kitchen with electric cooking, double draw dishwasher, a wine chiller & R/C A/C. Lounge / sitting room with gas log fire. Dedicated office area. Large entertaining / bar room opening to 1 of 2 outdoor entertaining areas, fitted with a slow combustion wood heater. Large Laundry with built-in cupboards and benchtops. Triple car garage & double car garage with workshop. Bond $3300.00.





Set on a 644m2 allotment fitted with solar panels, low maintenance gardens and rustic country gates this 3-4 bedroom home will be an ideal first home or fantastic investment property. Fully functional kitchen with gas cooking & dishwasher. Easy to maintain floating floorboards throughout. Main bedroom has walk-in robe & access to bathroom featuring bath, shower, separate vanity & separate toilet. Bedrooms 2 & 3 have built-in robes. Wooden blinds & ceiling fans in all rooms. Lounge with wood combustion heating & air-conditioning. Enclosed back room (4th bedroom or 2nd living area) with a potbelly fire perfect for entertaining. Carport for covered parking alongside a shipping container for storage.

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$550,000 4-5

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4-5 bedrooms. Main with WIR, ensuite & A/C, 2 with BIRs & 4th bedroom with glass sliding door onto balcony. 5th bedroom/teenage retreat/games room. Main bathroom includes bath, shower, vanity and separate toilet. Large native reserve at your back fence.

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Approx 4.99 acres zoned rural residential. 3 bedroom stone home tenanted for $180/week. Across from Montebello Estate and next door to TAFE and UniSA precint. Potential for subdivision or building (S.T.C.A.). A plan of potential division has been prepared showing subdivision into approx. 28 allotments; copies of the development plans are available on request. In conjunction with Ray White Real Estate.

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Expansive 4134m2 allotment surrounded with well established trees and hedges, open plan living, kitchen with gas cooking, impressive breakfast bar, walk-in pantry & dishwasher. Overlooks the dining & expansive living area with doors opening to the fully enclosed entertaining area combining inside and out. 4 bedroom, main with WIR and double ensuite, main bathroom with bath, shower & vanity & separate toile, large laundry, second living area currently utelised as a home office. The bar/rumpus room currently utilised for entertaining and fitted with the plumbing for a third bathroom opening up the opportunity for an attached granny flat, parents retreat or even the visitors wing.


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Situated in the Glenburnie District on approximately 10 acres, lies the perfect home for the family looking for space and peaceful living. Generous sized kitchen with walk in pantry and breakfast bar overlooking the dining area. 3 bedrooms main with walk in wardrobe and large ensuite & main bathroom with bath & shower, separate vanity and a separate toilet. The rear living area can be utilised all year round with roller blinds & a slow combustion wood heater for comfort in the winter months, or roll up the blinds in summer and enjoy combining indoor and out to create an amazing area to entertain family and friends, or to simply relax and unwind with the tranquil views.

2/7 Peppercress Crt, Worrolong $349,000 - $359,000

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

10.00am - 10.45am

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Wendy Flint 0468 692 993


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1 Hume Crt, Mt Gambier $515,000

14 Arthur St, Penola $690,000 - $695,000

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376 Cafpirco Rd, Compton $380,000 - $389,000


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252 Commercial St West, Mt Gambier $799,000 Jason Malseed 0419 032 795



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


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Jade 0421 383 368

Lot 8 Centenary View Dr, Compton $185,000

1890’s Cottage

N!! 1/2 acre

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Sam 8724 9999

6 Colins Crt, Robe $79,000 - $82,000

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11 Lasiandra Crt, Mt Gambier $245,000 | Offers Considered



Selena 8724 9999

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Kathy 8733 1989

4 Neville Ave, Mt Gambier $480 P/W




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DOWN I) Dooryard bloomer, in a poem 2) Insect stage 3) Things done in the gym 4) ALF and Mork, for two 5) Charity sale 6) It’s almost seven, but seven’s not 7) Living in Fla., perhaps 8) Get hold of 9) Successful trap setters 10) 1962 Kubrick film 11) Black, poetically 12) Tub stopper 13) Kennedy and Danson 21) “Help yourself’ 22) Address abbr. 24) Ship’s destination 27) “Amazing,___ it?” 28) Clear, as a windshield 30) Things done in the gym 31) ___ ends meet 32) Underworld river 33) Bunny tail 34) “No_ traffic” 36) Mary or Jane 39) Software buyers 40) “This___ on me!” 42) Protected, as a home 43) Stork’s kin 45) Put away for a while 47) Decide to withdraw 49) Not fashionable 51) It’s a start 52) Informal evenings 53) Bit of bickering 54) Capital on a fjord 55) Kind of attraction 56) Night-sky bear 57) Whopper creator 61) ___ in Idaho ( elementary lesson)

1. World number two tennis star Simona Halep represents which country? 2. What is the capital of Portugal? 3. En plein air or plein air painting refers to painting where? 4. Jerry Jones is the owner of which NFL franchise? 5. What are the surnames of the six main characters in the TV sitcom Friends – Rachel, Ross, Monica, Joey, Chandler & Phoebe? 6. Which Australian city would you be visiting if you were taking a selfie at the Big Banana? 7. Which electorate did former Prime Minister John Howard represent during his long political career? 8. Which sport is the focus of the Bay Sheffield? 9. In Greek mythology, the minotaur had the body of a man and the head and tail of which animal? 10. Martin Chuzzlewit is a character created by which author? 11. How many times has

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MINDFUL EATING THE KEY TO REDUCING BLOATING The next time you eat, switch off the TV, put down the phone and focus on chewing. Slowing down your eating speed will benefit and enhance digestion. Eating in a state of stress or a busy environment, such as checking your phone and replying to emails on the go, doesn’t allow the body to rest and digest.

Planning for the future Penola town centre design on the table It is time for the community to have their say following Wattle Range Council endorsing the Penola Town Centre Draft Concept Design for public consultation. Members of the community, key stakeholders and local businesses are encouraged to provide feedback on the concept plan, which will assist Wax Design in creating the final concept design documents. The concept design is set to provide a roadmap for the town centre, ensuring future actions, proposed developments, public and private investments, as well as capital works contribute to achieving the vision for Penola which has been developed by Wax Design through consultation. Council will use the final set of documents to develop shovel ready projects for future budgets and grant opportunities. To assist with the consultation, a survey has been developed to gather constructive feedback on the draft. WAX Design will also host a one hour community presentation on Thursday, March 4, in the John Shaw Neilson Room of the Penola Visitor Information

Centre at 5.30 pm. A question and answer session will follow the presentation. Community members are asked to book online to attend the presentation using the link www. or alternatively they can call council on (08)8733 0900. The Penola community has already provided significant input in the concept design by providing feedback in the form of surveys and attending community design workshops. Wattle Range Mayor Des Noll is calling on the community once again to assist with the project. “Community feedback has been

an integral part of this project and I thank everyone who has provided their input,” he said. “I encourage the community to read the concept design report, attend the community presentation and complete the survey.” Copies of the Penola Town Centre Draft Concept Design and the feedback survey are available at council offices and on council’s website at www.wattlerange. Written submissions marked ‘Penola Town Centre Draft Concept Design’ can be posted to PO Box 27, Millicent SA 5280 or emailed to council@wattlerange. and will be received by council until 5pm on Friday, March 12.

Salmon noodle stirfry 2 x 200g pkts Udon Noodles 4 x Salmon Skin On Portions, skin removed, coarsely chopped 150g pkt teriyaki & sesame stir-fry sauce 350g pkt Superfood Vegetable Mix (or a selection of your favourite vegies) 2 spring onions, thinly sliced Method Cook the noodles following packet directions. Drain. Place the salmon in a large bowl with the infusion paste from the stir-fry sauce packet. Toss to combine. Heat a wok or large non-stick frying pan over high heat. Stir-fry the salmon, in 2 batches, for 3-4 mins or until cooked. Return the salmon to the wok or pan with the vegetables and the finishing sauce from the sauce packet. Stir-fry for 1 min or until the vegetables are tender. Add the noodles to the wok or pan and stir-fry for 1 min or until well combined and heated through. Sprinkle with spring onion to serve.

Gardening made easy Limestone Coast Turf offering you a new look garden option Tyson Hoey loves a challenge and there has been no greater challenge than starting up a business in the current uncertain economic climate but Tyson’s love of gardening and passion for artificial turf was too strong and Limestone Coast Turf was established at the end of last year. Tyson (pictured) brings more than 15 years experience in the gardening industry to the table, including a 2011 ABC Gardening Australia Award. The lush and soft, pet and

child friendly artificial turf is all about making gardening simple and maintenance non-existent, allowing families to enjoy the great outdoors without having to worry about all the work that has to go into maintaining a traditional garden. As the award would suggest, Tyson is not just about artificial turf and his team at Limestone Coast Turf can design your home or business with your budget in mind and no matter how big or small can design your landscape needs at a competitive price. Tyson is looking to cater for all genres of gardeners, from the DIY homeowner, just looking to make the best of their own patch of dirt, to qualified landscape gardeners, offering design, supply and installation of their premium product. The Limestone Coast turf team can transform your outdoor space, taking care of the makeover from start to finish, with a free landscape design and offering a free fixed price quotation. From excavation and site preparation to installation, Limestone Coast turf can tackle any sized project from a small backyard to a large scale commercial project. Tyson and his team have worked hard to find the best quality products at an affordable price

point and they service the entire Limestone Coast and South West Victoria. Limestone Coast Turf supply schools, child care centres, retirement estates, display homes, retail outlets and sporting facilities with their premium product and service but are just at home at your home, from a courtyard garden to more expansive front or backyard areas. Enjoy a green, maintenance free garden all year round by contacting Tyson and his team today on 0422 377 773 and head to for more details.

RURAL RUNDOWN Farmer forums return to face-to-face Gearing up for the Season events return to on farm discussions South East based South Australian primary producers will be able to gear up for the coming season when the Grassland Society of Southern Australia (GSSA) returns to in-person events on March 4. The Limestone Coast branch will host its first Gearing up for the Season event since the pandemic, giving farmers helpful advice on fodder conservation, sowing, grazing and nutrition management, dung beetle solutions and irrigated and dryland summer fodder crops. The event will be held at Stark Grazing, 753 Old Kingston Rd,

Stewart Range from 1pm on Thursday, March 4. Limestone Coast branch president Dylan Brodie (pictured) said the branch had hosted three Gearing up for the Season events prior to 2020’s cancellation. “It’s on a different topic every year usually in March before the start of the autumn break to help farmers plan for the season ahead,” Mr Brodie said. This year’s theme is Filling the Autumn-Winter Feed Gap and relevant speakers will outline different tools and ways to manage. The program starts

Millicent Market Report CATTLE Agents yarded 276 liveweight cattle at the Millicent Saleyards last Thursday. A smaller yarding of mixed quality cattle was offered to the regular processor buying field. Heavy steers ranged from 320 c/kg to 450 c/kg. Yearling steers ranged from 320 c/kg to 465 c/kg and yearling heifers from 392 c/kg to 448 c/kg. A couple of pens of top quality vealer steers and heifers pushed bidding in the limited run of younger cattle. Vealer steers from 386 c/kg to 468 c/kg. Vealer heifers ranged from 320 c/kg to 486 c/kg. The limited number of cows sold to a dearer trend of 200 c/kg to 319 c/kg. Only 2 bulls were offered, each returning 230 c/kg. The yarding averaged 409.5 c/kg. The next sale at the Millicent Saleyards will be held on Thursday, March 4. Please note: It is then anticipated that the following sale will be on the afternoon of Wednesday, March17, after the Mount Gambier Sheep and Lamb Market.


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at 1pm with Tim Prance from T. Prance Consulting and Sam Bell from BN & JM Bell & Sons, Millicent speaking on making and using silage. Phil White from Ag Diagnostics will discuss fodder options for spring and autumn sowing, grazing & nutrition management to increase winter feed and the role of dung beetles as ecosystem engineers will be outlined by Claire Dennerley of PIRSA Rural Solutions and Bernard Doube of Dung Beetle Solutions. The day concludes with a presentation on Stark Grazing’s Summer Fodder Crop Program

by Josh Rasheed of Naracoorte Seeds and Ben Stark, Stark Grazing, followed by a paddock walk and a barbecue.The event is free for GSSA members and $50 for nonmembers. People can register at by Wednesday March 3 or contact Mr Brodie on 0488 562 513. This project is supported by the Limestone Coast Landscape Board through funding from the Australian Government’s National Landcare Program.The Grassland Society of Southern Australia is the peak farmer organisation dedicated to the transfer of information and

technology related to temperate grasslands. Formed in 1959, the Society has branches in South Australia Limestone Coast, Western Victoria, Gippsland, AlburyWodonga, Central Ranges, and Mid-Goulburn.

Making livestock handling easier For the past three decades, Arrowquip’s primary goal has been to make livestock handling easier. In those 30 years, we’ve created a wide range of products and improved and updated them over time. These products include everything from cattle crushes to loading ramps, single panels to permanent yard systems, and everything in between. All of this had been with a single focus and dedication to our mission: Our mission is one of improving the business of livestock management and protecting people and animals from harm. For the past two years, the sum of our experience has been showcased in our Stockyard Package range. This range was a curated collection of proven stockyard designs that were built to cater to a variety of needs. This range was an embodiment of our goal to make easy livestock handling the norm, and not the exception. Helping You Find the Right Solution Our goal of easier livestock handling begins with making it easy to choose a system that will suit your situation. The stockyard package range was our solution to making this process as easy as possible. Our team has years of experience designing custom stockyards, and Arrowquip has dedicated abundant resource towards understanding and applying the science of livestock handling. With that knowledge and expertise, we could readily identify and create a set of proven yard designs that work in any given situation. The range of designs we came up with catered to a range of operation sizes for the cattle operation and the sheep operation, and the designs were built to be complete solutions. Each one included every piece of equipment needed to get started, from the crush to the crowding tub. By creating a range of tried and tested designs, we were able to make it much easier for you to identify and

choose a system that was right for you. In the years since, we have updated and expanded that range including next generation crush’s, specialised crowding tubs, and loading ramps that meet the new safety guidelines for loading livestock. Designs That Are Proven to Work The team behind our stockyard designs has had many years of experience in the animal industry, and team members have participated in many hours of practical training in animal science and behavioural psychology. This combination of real-life experience and expert training gives our designs an edge in how they perform. Every single yard we build has been designed to make livestock handling as easy and as efficient as possible. This design mindset applies to the overall design of the yard, making sure the yard flows well as a whole, and it also applies to the individual components of the yard. These components include innovative crowding yards designed to work with animal behaviour principles, and cattle crushes focused on ease-of-use and safety for the animal and the operator. Going further than just design, our Research and Development department continually strives to improve current products and develop new products that are easy to use and increases safety and efficiency. Quality Material and Manufacturing Top-quality manufacturing starts with top-quality materials, which is why, at Arrowquip, we

begin with high-tensile strength Australian steel that has 200 grams of gal content per sqm. Higher-strength steel means we can create more durable equipment with less weight. And high gal content extends the life of your equipment by preventing rust. These quality materials are used to manufacture strong, efficient, and durable livestock handling equipment in our factory in NSW. With a large team of trained workers, procedures and processes, we can manufacture products that measure up against our highest standards of quality. Every stockyard package is stamped with a 10-year manufacturer’s guarantee against defects, and has been designed to work well, right from the start. Our complete range of stockyard packages is outlined in our stockyard package booklet. The booklet is available from or by contacting our team. The booklet presents our most popular and proven designs and provides more information about the layout and individual yard components. Each yard is offered in multiple grades of quality and strength so that you can not only find a yard design that meets your needs, but you can find an option that’s also within your means. We want to make livestock handling easier for you. ABOVE: Making livestock handling easier, one yard at a time. A recently completed stockyard in NSW, designed and built to easily handle up to 360 head of cattle.

RURAL RUNDOWN Naracoorte Market Report SHEEP & LAMB Numbers rose as agents yarded 7037 lambs and 2485 sheep to total 9522 head overall. These sold to the usual array of trade and processor buyers along with a number of restocker orders. Quality continues to be mixed as the rates paid for lambs stayed in similar areas of the past week’s sale. Light lambs to the trade sold from $145 to $163 with the restockers sourcing lighter types from $90 to $115/head. Those

with more conditioning were making from $140 to $181/head. Medium weighted lambs to the trade sold from $188 to $218 to sell from 820c to 860c as the heavy pens made from $210c to a market high of $278/head to range from 780c to 810c/kg cwt. Heavy sheep sold from $195 to the high of $240/head. The medium weights sold from $165 to $195 with the lighter pens making from $98 to$125/head as the sheep returned from mainly 560c to 600c/kg cwt.

SA Government leading the way in drought relief The South Australian Government is leading the way in supporting drought affected farmers in their region after signing on to the $100 million On-farm Emergency Water Infrastructure Rebate Scheme. Minister for Resources, Water and Northern Australia Keith Pitt said this was a great outcome for farmers and he urged other states that have not yet shown their commitment to this scheme to act swiftly and sign up. “The rebate scheme is about delivering practical support for our farmers to complete critical on-farm water infrastructure projects on the ground in order to maintain a more reliable and sustainable water supply into the future,” Minister Pitt said. “Primary producers and horticultural producers in SA will be able to get on with important drought-proofing works including improving water storage on their farms through the installation of tanks, troughs, pipes, pumps and drilling new bores.” The expanded investment recognises the popularity of the scheme. Eligible farmers can claim up to 25% of the eligible infrastructure costs, capped at $25,000 with the state and the Australian Government contributing half each. South Australia’s Minister for Primary Industries and Regional Development David Basham (pictured) was thrilled to support South Australian farmers who are still doing it tough. “Our farmers are the backbone of South Australia’s economy and the importance of agriculture across the country has been further highlighted during the COVID-19 pandemic,” Minister Basham said. “Many parts of the state are still suffering through drought and we

Quality equipment Working with farmers to provide on farm solutions Commander Ag-Quip works alongside Aussie Farmers to establish effective, customised farming solutions. Manufacturing and supplying Australian Farmers with the highest-grade livestock & grain handling equipment, we are committed to using only the finest, first-grade raw materials and servicing Australian farmers. To date, Commander Ag-Quip have assisted farmers all over Australia in providing high-quality and resourceful equipment solutions, including: Grain augers, field bins, stockyards, shearing shed fitouts, feed-out bins, grain feeders and more. As a family business with nearly 30 years of service, maintaining traditional business values and strong customer rapport is one of Commander Ag-Quip’s main priorities. We are firm believers in collaborating directly with our customers to understand their specific needs and preferences, as there is no one-size-fits-all solution. Why choose Commander AgQuip? Free Design Assessments & Obligation-free Quotes • We offer FREE on-site farm assessments and quotes for cattle & sheep

stockyards and our Grain Industry experts assist in finding the right product for you, obligation free. Only the Highest Quality Materials • We use first-grade Australian steel, assessed according to strict quality standards, our design and manufacturing processes are grounded in the latest industry research and recommendations. Delivery Australiawide •Our partnership with one of Australia’s largest distribution networks means that we can dispatch and deliver our equipment to almost any town in Australia.

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Mount Gambier Market Report - CATTLE are proud to continue to support those farmers doing it tough. “This funding boost will allow more drought-affected farmers to access help and install vital on-farm water infrastructure such as water storages, pumps, pipes, distilling dams, and associated power supplies such as generators.” Member for Barker Tony Pasin welcomed the South Australian Government’s cooperation with the scheme. “Over 500 legacy projects in South Australia alone will immediately benefit from the State Government’s decision to match the Federal Government’s $3.7 million provided for under this scheme,” Mr Pasin said. “We’re giving farmers the tools to better manage future droughts so we can keep producing best quality food and fibre for the world, and keep regional economies going.” Minister Pitt has written to each of his ministerial counterparts encouraging their participation in the scheme. To date, South Australia, Western Australia and New South Wales have indicated commitments to the scheme. For more information about the On-farm Emergency Water Infrastructure Rebate Scheme visit the Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment’s website.

Numbers eased a little as agents offered 738 head to the regular field of trade and processor buyers along with feeder and restocker orders. Quality remained similar to the week before as the market ranged from firm to dearer in price. Yearling steers to the trade sold from mainly 406c to 475c with similar heifers making from 460c to 490c/kg. Yearling steers to feed on made from 400c to 446c with the heifers portion selling from 410c to 493c/kg. Grown steers and bullocks made from 348c to 406c as the grown heifers returned vendors from 378c to 430c/kg with both the trade and feeders active. Heavy cows sold from 308c to 338c as the lighter types were making from 230c to 310c/kg.

Hamilton Market Report - SHEEP & LAMBS THURSDAY Agents yarded 12,719 sheep at Hamilton last week a reduction of 5194. It was a much more mixed offering of sheep this week and did not display the overall quality and weight of the previous week’s sale still all weights and grades were available, heavy sheep in the minority, with the majority of the offering being Merino sheep. Not all the regular buyers were in attendance including one major exporter but those that were in attendance were fully active. In a market that was softer in places light sheep were $10 to $15 easier, heavy sheep over 30kg were 15 to $20/head softer however the medium 20 to 30kg types remained generally firm. Light weight 2 score sheep sold from $66 to $120/head to average between 530c and 600c/kg cwt. Medium weight 3 score sheep sold from $112 to $160/head averaging from 630c to 700c/kg cwt. Heavy Merino ewes sold from $180 to $200/head, heavy Merino wethers made from $180 to $235/head. Heavy crossbred ewes sold to a top of $212/head averaging 500c/kg cwt. The general cost of mutton was from 580c to 650c/kg cwt. Hoggets sold to $ 176/head. Terminal rams made to $81 and Merino rams sold to $140/head.

Naracoorte Market Report - CATTLE Numbers fell at Naracoorte last week as agents yarded 679 head. These sold to the usual field of trade and processor buyers along with feeder and restocker orders. Quality dipped this week with less of the grainfed cattle on offer however this didn’t stop the rates being paid as the market sold to a dearer trend. Yearling steers to the trade sold to a high of 448c with similar heifers reaching 438c/kg. Feeder buyers sought steers from 436c to 480c with the feeder heifers making from 460c to 478c/kg. Grown steers made from 391c to 419c while the heavier bullocks sold from 380c to 395c/kg. Grown heifers were making from 348c to 420c while the manufacturing steers sold to a top of 330c/kg. Heavy cows sold from 304c to 325c as the lighter weights were making from 231c to 260c/kg. Bulls sold to a high of 278c/kg.

Australia daze... I know it’s been a month, but I figure it might be a little bit easier to talk about such a controversial subject with a little bit of time behind us. The outrage about Australia Day seems to have been growing annually recently. We’ve had several years of the discussion regarding calling it Invasion Day. Triple J decided to move their Hottest 100 away from its traditional timing on Australia Day in respect of Indigenous Australians. This year the big controversy revolved around Cricket Australia deliberately avoiding mention of Australia Day in promoting cricket matches held on that day similar to what Triple J had done…despite the fact they’d coincidentally decided to program an unusually high number of three


games specifically on that day. The sentiment continues to grow that we shouldn’t be celebrating Australia Day, a day that commemorates the day the first Europeans arrived to settle in Australia and began destroying Aboriginal people and their culture. This time of the year also brings out those who choose to defend Australia Day, and resist the calls to change the date. So where do I sit on this one (who really cares)? I’m a proud Australian. I love our country. I wouldn’t want to live anywhere else I love having a day to celebrate our country. But if the current day offends people, I’d rather not celebrate our country on that day. Plain and simple. If what this day signifies, upsets a particular part of our population I’m happy to change it. I don’t want people offended. Australia’s Indigenous people are the most real Australians and their opinions should be valued. I have similar feelings towards changing the name of Coon cheese, and Redskin lollies, and Chicos. If those words are now offensive to people, change them. The name on the wrapper won’t in anyway impact on my enjoyment of the delicious product inside. The argument with Coon Cheese is that it’s named after the man who created it. If at some stage a product gets named after me, let’s say a beverage called Tansel juice, and if at some point the word Tansel becomes associated

with an offensive term for a group of people (redheads for example), feel free to change the name of the beverage. It won’t affect me. I’d rather people weren’t confronted with something that offends and upsets them. So going back to Australia Day, let’s continue to celebrate Australia, but let’s change the date. Is it really that big a deal that a bunch of convicts landed here anyway? The biggest problem is what date to change it to. I’m of the opinion that one of the biggest barriers to changing the date is that people want to keep a public

holiday in summer. People like to be able to go to the beach, have a barbie and drink beer on their public holiday. They simply wouldn’t be able to have the same celebratory experience if it was in winter. Apart from maintaining a summer public holiday, the next big issue is what event’s date we would choose to commemorate. Australia really hasn’t ever done anything. Other countries are remembering famous battles (we already have that), or significant historical moments (nothing has every happened here because we’re young and free, not to

mention isolated). What has Australia ever done? Nothing. Well… We invented lamingtons. But I don’t think the date when this occurred was recorded. Probably one of our country’s biggest achievements was that time Boony drank fifty two beers on a flight from Australia to England. This happened on April 30 though so would mean a less than ideal Autumn public holiday, not to mention being close to ANZAC Day. Another great cricket moment was when Dean Jones nearly died scoring over two hundred in Madras in September 1986, but again there’s the potential that the weather wouldn’t be great. Other dates that may be worth considering would be the date when our National Anthems were released. No not Advance Australia Fair! Khe Sanh, You’re the Voice or the Horses by Daryl Braitwaite. Khe Sanh was released in May, You’re the Voice in September, so again they fail the weather test, and the Horses is actually a cover version so shouldn’t be celebrated in any way. Did we know that it was a copy of a song by an American lady?! Old Daryl has kept that one pretty quiet. Anyway, we haven’t really solved this one, but like I said, why upset people? Let’s change the date. If you’ve got a date we should consider, email me at






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is a dynamic Early Years - Year 12 Catholic co-educational College with over 1300 students. The College is situated in picturesque grounds on the outskirts of Mount Gambier, SA. We are seeking a suitably qualified staff member for the following position in our Out of School Hours Care service commencing as soon as practical.

• OUT OF SCHOOL HOURS CARE (OSHC) SUPERVISOR This is a casual position working between 6 hours (term time) and 15 hours (school holidays). The successful applicant will need to hold a Diploma of Children Services or equivalent studies and must be available to work before school; after school and during school holidays. All Staff must be prepared to support the Catholic ethos of the College and participate in our Pastoral Care Program. A Position Information Document in relation to this role may be obtained from: Potential applicants MUST submit with their application, an Applicant Declaration Form, obtained from: ApplicantDecForm.pdf. Please email your application, including contact details of three recent referees, to Mary de Nys, HR Officer, Tenison Woods College, at APPLICATIONS CLOSE 4.00pm MONDAY, 8 MARCH 2021 Sales Duncan McGregor 0407 722 983 Jill Collins 0400 598 327 Roz Crispino 0419 366 649

DISABILITY SUPPORT WORKERS My Ability Pathway is looking for experienced, reliable, and enthusiastic Disability Support Workers who value providing our participants with choice and control in pursuing their goals, supporting participants to develop a sense of mastery over their life circumstances and the delivery of high-quality services with real life benefits. You will be assisting and supporting people living with a disability in all aspects of daily living, including but not limited to community inclusion, personal care, building and maintaining independence as well as interpersonal relationships. You will need to be available for shift work across a 24 hour roster which may include weekends, overnight and public holiday’s, in return My Ability Pathway will provide competitive rates, regular shifts (where possible) and other employee incentives. The following minimum requirements apply: • Current DHS Clearance • Current National Police Check • Current First Aid Certificate • Full Drivers license. • Smart phone for roster/payroll management

EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST – TEAM LEADER Due to the rapid growth of our services in the South East we are seeking expressions of interest for a Team Leader Role. Hours will be negotiable for the right applicant(s), flexible working arrangements will be considered. Working within our accommodation, home and community service team, the Team Leader role is responsible for coordinating the day to day running of these services to participants with varying types of disability within the guidelines of the NDIS. In this role, you will focus on ensuring the individual needs of our participants are met as they work towards their NDIS Goals, whilst maintaining an efficient and safe working environment for our staff. You will also provide ongoing guidance, mentoring and training to a team of Disability Support Workers to ensure that a high standard of support and care for our participants is achieved. Full details of the role responsibilities and duties available in the Job Description. For a copy of the Team Leader or Support Worker job description email ndis@ or call 0499 339 093. Applicants that do not meet the minimum requirements will not progress to short list. Applications close 10/3/2021 and interviews will be conducted 19/3/2021. To apply - Email a cover letter addressing your skills, experience and knowledge with a copy of your resume and 2 employment related referee’s to My Ability Pathway is an Equal Opportunity Employer and a Smoke Free Workplace.

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NF McDonnell & Sons is a leader in the softwood timber industry providing quality products to both the domestic and export markets. Based in Mount Gambier and established in 1944 our company has always stayed true to its motto of “continual improvement is how we do business”. Our sawmill boasts the most state of the art equipment and technology for processing small diameter sawlogs in Australia. We require an experienced Electrician to support our rostered weekend operations. The successful applicant will be required to cover 10 hour shifts on Saturday and Sunday. Beyond this minimum requirement hours are negotiable up to full-time. Overtime may also be offered from time-to-time. The Position The Maintenance Electrician will provide necessary electrical trade skills to support production requirements through effective maintenance, on the rostered weekend shifts. This includes attending to breakdowns, actively monitoring production shift start-up and change-over, and carrying out planned, unplanned and project work as required. Key activities include: • Planned preventative maintenance • Undertake electrical repairs and refurbishment to required standards • Installation and troubleshooting of equipment • Complete job reporting in an accurate and timely manner • Actively contribute to a workplace culture where WHS is given the highest priority in all activities Essential Key Competencies and Selection Criteria: • Certificate III in Electrotechnology Electrician (or equivalent) • Current registration as Electrician with the Plumbers, Gas Fitters and Electricians Act (South Australia) • Hands-on experience in commercial or industrial maintenance • Commitment to improving maintenance processes and equipment reliability and having a sense of urgency when needed (e.g. breakdowns) • Effectively communicate – verbally and in writing • Proven ability to manage own time, work in with others and follow work schedules • Experienced with troubleshooting and fault finding Desirable • Current high risk work licence • Automation (eg PLC, HMI, SCADA etc) controls and/or instrumentation experience • Timber industry or heavy engineering experience in maintenance and/or engineering construction Applications will be regarded as strictly confidential Applications including a covering letter and resume should be emailed to and received no later than 5.00 pm Friday 5th March 2021.

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HAVE YOUR SAY Draft Regional Public Health Plan 2021-2026 The draft City of Mount Gambier Regional Public Health Plan 2021-2026 is now open for public consultation. The plan has been developed in accordance with the South Australian Public Health Act 2011 and outlines how Council will address key public health issues within the city. The draft plan has been developed to align with the State Public Health Plan 2019-2024 and highlights 12 focus areas for the local community which Council will endeavour to target throughout the life of the five-year plan. The community is invited to provide feedback on the draft plan at Copies are available online or from the Council office at the Civic Centre, Library, Riddoch Arts and Cultural Centre and Mount Gambier Visitor Centre. Consultation closes Friday 5 March 2021.

Opening of Burning Off Season All landholders intending to burn standing grass and stubble are advised that the burning off season will officially open on Monday, 15 March 2021, pending weather conditions. Permits will then be available and can be obtained from each of the Council Offices. Landholders are reminded that they must pre-register their properties prior to any permits being issued under the provisions of the Fire & Emergency Services Act 2005. Pre-registration forms are now available at Council’s Offices. Residents are reminded that restrictions remain in place for the lighting of all fires whether in your residential backyard or in rural areas, including fires in drums and rubbish fires until the end of the fire danger season. Permits for cooking and comfort fires can be obtained by completing the online form on Council’s website or by phoning 8733 0900. Fires may only be lit under strict permit conditions. If at any time you see an unattended fire, please report it by dialling 000. For further information regarding fire prevention matters, please contact Council’s Fire Prevention Staff on 8733 0900. Additional resources regarding fire safety can be obtained at any of Council’s Offices, or from the SA Country Fire Service at or 1300 362 361.


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Method Preheat oven to 220C. Line a baking tray with baking paper. Place the flour in a large bowl and make a well in the centre. Pour in the lemonade and 1 cup (250ml) of the cream. Add the raspberries and white chocolate. Use a flat-bladed knife to stir until a soft, sticky dough forms. Turn onto a lightly floured surface and lightly knead until just smooth. Press into a 3cm-thick disc. Use a lightly floured 5cm pastry cutter to cut discs from the dough, re-rolling dough if necessary. Place the scones, side-by-side, on the lined tray. Lightly brush the tops with a little of the remaining cream. Bake for 12-15 mins or until lightly golden and scones sound hollow when tapped on the top. Meanwhile, use an electric mixer to whisk the remaining cream in a bowl until soft peaks form. Serve scones warm or at room temperature with whipped cream.



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Demons conintue to dominate Wanderers sealed fourth spot with two rounds to go with their tight victory on Saturday against Concordes United. United got off to a great start, with several safehits, including a huge three bagger to Maddy Sutherland. Six runs in that innings to Concordes saw a pitching change for Wanderers, with the ever reliable Rej Smith stepping in and shutting the Concordes bats down. Consecutive safe hits to Smith, Sarah Moretti, Leanne Little and Iesha Bonney saw Wanderers snatch back the lead, needing to hold Concordes to walk away with the win. Leanne Little at third took a sharp catch off a hard hit line drive to secure the last out of the day, and guarantee Wanderers a place in the finals. It was a nailbiter between the two Warriors sides and the result

could have easily gone either way. Despite being one short in the field, Bec White executed two sharp double plays to end Blues batting innings. Maddy Bignell had a great game for White with a safehit and a catch at rightfield, and another sharp catch was taken by Lyndall Feast who willed the line drive off Blue’s Simone MacDonald’s bat straight into her glove. Bri Dunn for Whites hit a huge double over the head of Blues centrefield and speedster Emma MacDonald. That hit scored White. Pitcher Taylor Wilsmore finished the day with two safe hits and continued to show poise at the plate having taken on the pitching duties. Justine Koop for White was a thorn in Blues side dropping two safe bunts along with a crisp single to leftfield. Kelly Doyle was great taking on the catching role for Blue, also getting herself a safehit. Angela Queale broke through with two key hits inspired by her return to her preferred position at third base. Kirsty Young had another safehit and got the ball in quickly from the outfield limiting White’s extra base opportunities. Sarah Polderman came on to pitch the last innings for White showing off pace in both her pitching and leg speed dropping another bunt safely. Blue’s White led the side at first base with Nicole Vause back at short stop, White with another safehit and Bruggemann got the benefit of the doubt from the scorer recording two.

In the late game Concordes White struggled against the batting power of Demons without their star pitcher Billie Jones. Demons batted solidly throughout, highlighted by Montana Millard (pictured) who added another four safe hits to her impressive tally for the season. Jo Hopgood had two hits for her side and was scored from another huge hit from Maddy Sutherland, who had a sensational day with the bat. But the game was never really in question after Demons put on five runs in the first, and looked in total control throughout with a fFinal score 12-3. RESULTS (MID WEEK CATCH UP GAME) Concordes White 14 (J Hopgood 4, B Jones 3, E Collins, D Waters, M Sutherland) d Concordes United 6 (R Clark 2, H Taylor, S Thomson, L McCallum, D Jones) (SATURDAY’S ROUND) Wanderers 9 (F Finch, L Little, J Hart 2, R Smith, S Moretti, I Bonney) d Concordes United 8 (L McCallum, A Kreplins, M Sutherland 2, E Collins, R Clark, E Sutherland); Warriors Blue 5 (A Queale, L Bruggemann 2, B White, K Young, K Doyle) d Warriors White 4 (J Koop 3, T Wilsmore, B Dunn 2, M Bignell, S Polderman); Demons 12 (Mon Millard 4, Mac Millard, I Morale, H Watson 2, H Burner, J Morale, J Clarke) d Concordes United 3 (J Hopgood 2, M Sutherland, A Kreplins, S Brown, L McCallum)

For the sixth consecutive year and eighth time overall, Tenison Woods College has been awarded the Howard Mutton Perpetual Shield - the SA Secondary Schools Sport Association 2020 Country School Winner. The Howard Mutton awards are presented to schools in South Australia that have outstanding participation within the School Sport SA secondary programs. ABOVE: Lucy Denton & Kiah Connelly with the award

Mt Gambier RSL bowls news The hot weather wreaked havoc with bowls competition throughout the region last week but the Mount Gambier RSL & Disterict Bowls Club was able to get through some ot its programmed competitions. Night Owls was able to be played on Tuesday night and a strong contingent of 100 bowlers took part. The Men’s Championship Fours saw its first appearance and the winners for the night were teams skippered by Strawb Masters, Graham Ellis and Des Moulden. The ladies also started their Handicap Singles event and after some very close games the last eight will consist of Sandi Elliott, Jane Crowder, Joy Bilney, Julie Beaman, Kym Franklin, Merna Whitehead, Eileen Cruise and Kathy MacIntosh. Saturday saw 18 bowlers take to the greens for social day. The format consisted of six teams of triples playing two games of eight ends each. The victorious team for the day was skippered by Gavin Clements and also consisted of Edna Eldridge and Wes Ilman after winning both of their games and amassing 51 shots for the day.

Mount Gambier & District Cricket Association results RESULTS BARBER SHIELD (TWO DAY MATCHES) North Sportsman’s d South Gambier North Sportsman’s 1st innings 8/294 South Gambier 1st innings 7/142 (D. Somerfield 54; D. Loupos 37; D. Kenny 4/26; T. Young 2/44 West Gambier d Mil Lel Mil Lel 1st innings 50 West Gambier 1st innings 3/62dec. Mil lel 2nd innings 125 (N. Walters 25; L. Gibbs 21; C. Megaw 20; S.

Willis 4/28; N. Easterbrook 3/29; J. DeJong 2/31) West Gambier 2nd innings 7/117 (J. Blackwell 38; S. Willis 34; R. Crute 18no.; L. Gibbs 2/20; M. Little 2/35) East Gambier d Penola Penola 1st innings 76 East Gambier 1st innings 9/97 Penola 2nd innings 62 (T. Clayfield 20no.; A. Hentschke 3/15; E. Marks 2/20; B. Hentschke 2/14) East Gambier 2nd innings 4/43 (K. Thomson 16; D. Stratford 13no.; L. Jones 3/15) CROUCH SHIELD (TWO DAY MATCHES) South Gambier d West Gambier South Gambier 1st innings 223 West Gambier 1st innings 169 (A. Hill 58no.; L. Rothall 19; B. Koop 18njo.; A. Singh 3/34; J. Singh 2/36) East Gambier d North Sportsman’s North Sportsman’s 1st innings 120 East Gambier 1st innings 8/127 (T. OÇonnor 36; N. Gore 29; no bowling details available) North Sportsman’s 2nd innings 8/118 (no batting details available; N/ Gore 5/15; B/ Clark 3/24) Glencoe tied with Mil Lel Glencoe 1st innings 276 (M. Von Duve 63; T. Weaver 48; C. Hill 45;

no bowling details available) Mil mLel 1st innings 276 (no batting details available; J. Agars 4/25; T. Schrader 2/69) COX BROS SHILED Mil Lel d Gambier Central Gambier Central 1st innings 130 Mil Lel 1st innings 201 (W. Lawson 87; S. Grigg 70; J. Risely 2/15) Kalangadoo d Tarpeena Kalangadoo 1st innings 232 Tarpeena 1st innings 132 (no batting details available; S. Triffitt 4/18; B. Newton 2/23) Kalangadoo 2nd innings 2/72 (A. Stone 32) Glencoe d North Sportsman’s North Sportsmna’s 1st innings 48; Glencoe 1st innings 4/190 dec. North Sportsman’s 2nd innings 103 (no batting detail available; T. McGrath 2.14; T. Winkley 2/24; G. Owens 2/20; M. Haase 2/22) O’DONOGHUE SHIELD (TWO DAY MATCHES) North Sportsman’s d Mil Lel Mil Lel 1st innings 121 North Sportsman’s 1st innings (Z. Clark 35; J. Stafford 24; H. Fisher 22; B. Vause 20; J. Leishman 3/14; T. Dinnison 2/12; T. Grigg 2/10; D. Williamson 2/6) South Gambier d West Gambier West Gambier 1st innings 114 South Gambier 1st innings 212 (M.

Sims 47; J. Domaschenz 43; J. Kuhl 26; E. Sims 24; J. Sims 20; A. Hill 2/16; J. Prior 2/25; T. Bellinger 2/18; N. Haywood 2/19) Millicent d East Gambier Millicent 1st innings 9/176 East Gambier 1st innings 134 (J. Lawrence 38; R. Flamank 27; B. Werchon 3/24; A. Wesolowski 2/8) Millicent 2nd innings 3/18 (S. Lock 2/8) HALL TROPHY (TWO DAY MATCHES) East/North Gambier d West Gambier West Gambier 1st innings 9/141 East/North Gambier 1st innings 172 (B. Vause 49; A. Clarke 39; R. Pandey 21; P. Dycer 4/14; T. Rothall 2/14) Mil Lel d Penola Penola 1st innings 74 Mil Lel 1st innings /118 (B. Pfitzner 23; A. Virtanen, H. Hicks, T. Virtanen 17no.; R. Grigg 13ret.; F. Skeer 2/7) South Gambier d Millicent Millicent 1st innings 97 South Gambier1st innings 8/158 (J. Slamon 28no.; N. Maxwell 24no.; Z. Shanks 16no.; N. Fitzgerald 2/8; S. Hunt 2/12) SIMS SHIELD (TWO DAY MATCHES) Millicent d Mil Lel Green Millicent 1st innings 3/144

Mil Lel Green 1st innings 135 (H. Hicks 54no.; T. Horbury 26; M. Hunt 5/5) Mount Burr v South Maroon (not completed due to heat policy) North Sportsman’s d South Gambier White South Gambier White 1st innings 57 North Sportsmna’s 1st innings 6/113 (B. Watson 21ret.; O. Vause 21; K. Mulraney 19no.) Mil Lel Gold d Gambier Central Gambier Central 1st innings 55 Mil Lel Gold 1st innings 3/130 (G. Barrett 10ret.; G. Little 9ret.) East Gambier d Penola Penola 1st innings 8/53 East Gambier 1st innings 5/143 (E. Clark 32no.; R. Lucas 30ret.; J. Bald 26) West Gambier d Glencoe Glencoe 1st innings 8/45 West Gambier 1st innings 3/167 (K. Jeffrey 30no.; C. Tweddle 26ret.; T. Richards 21ret.; J. Hewlett 16ret.) REWARD FOR EFFORT: East Gambier’s Ben Hentschke was a multiple wicket taker at the weekend in Barber Shield action.



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Early tee-off for Attamurra Golf Club ladies in keeping with heat policy In accordance with the Mount Gambier Golf Club’s heat policy, 24 keen ladies hit off between 6.30 and 8am last Wednesday to participate in a stableford round, escaping the high temperatures later in the day. Jennifer Van Rijthoven, who has been playing

close to her handicap over the past few weeks, returned to the clubhouse with a top score of 38 points. Her two even rounds included a birdie on the seventeenth hole. One shot further back was regular placegetter Vicki Clark, who had

a slow start but finished strongly on the homeward nine to card 37 points for her round. Hope Bliss finished third with an even round of 36 points. Jan Shanahan and Helen Gregory were ball recipients in the ball run down while Bev Pedlar was the most accurate on the

Dominant performance from young cricketers

eighth hole. The nearest the pin prizes went to Faye Mainwaring in A grade and Betty McKechnie in C grade. This Wednesday the fourth round of the Summer Salver will be a par competition with the third round of the Summer Salver (stroke) which was cancelled last week has been rescheduled for April 7.

BEATING THE HEAT: Early morning starters - third placegetter Hope Bliss, winner Jennifer Van Rijthoven & runner up Vicki Clark.

Millicent Night Owls

Tenison Woods College has won its way through to the next round of the School Sports South Australia T20 Cricket Knockout Competition after emerging as the regional cha,pion earler this month in the Year 8/9 competition. The Tenison line-up faced hosts Grant High School in the regional decider with captain Jayden Prior winning the toss and electing to bat. Ashton Lindner and Robbie Case opened and got the score to 21 before Ashton was run out. Jayden then came in and managed to make 26 with Jed Sims following to make 16. Jared Kuhl brought his power hitting to the game and both him and Robbie Case put on a 72 run partnership to steer the team to a total of 159. Robbie (pictured right) ended unbeaten on 61, with Jared finishing on 40. The batting performance was backed up with the ball, restricting the hosts to 6/66 from thier 20 overs. Wickets were spread right across the bowlers with Zac Zema and Ollie Fitzgerald taking their first wickets for Tenison Woods College. PHOTOS COURTESY OF MICHAEL & MELISSA PRIOR

College wins seventh consecutive title Touches: Ian Johnson (Tant Tigers) 3, Paul Joiner (Lion Rams) 3, Ian Kuchel (Jack Attack) 3, Chad Taylor (X Factor) 3, Keith Fields (Lion Cubs) 3 Winners: WHITE DIVISION: Lion Cubs (Graham Attiwell, Mallee Buchanan, Robert Dunn, Keith Fields) defeated Scrappers 28+9, X Factor 28+5, Lions Roar 27+9, Gizzies Crew had a draw with Rotary on 16. BLUE DIVISION: Max’s Four (Max Blacketer, Fay Richards, John Chalmers, Graham Loveday) defeated Mossies 28+5, Somery Seniors 27+6, Awesome Foursome 27+4, Bits & Pieces 27 on a forfeit, Try Hards 25+2. RED DIVISION: The George (Graham Fennell, Graham Abbott, Simon Cooper, Terry Chant) defeated Jack Attack 30+8, Untouchables 29+15, Sparkies 27+2, Tant Tigers 26+4, Rovers 26+3. WHITE DIVISION: (Above top) Mallee Buchanan, Robert Dunn, Keith Fields, Graham Arney

Tenison Woods College has done it again, claiming its seventh consecutive Interschool Swimming title, finishing an astonishing 104 points ahead of its nearest rival. The Under 20 females shone at the carnival, which pits the region’s high schools against each other in the pool, breaking records in the 50m Freestyle Relay and the Medley Relay at the event which was held earlier this month.

BLUE DIVISION: (Above centre) Graham Loveday, John Chalmers, Fay Richards, Max Blacketer RED DIVISION: (Above bottom) Terry Chant, Graham Abbott, Graham Fennell, Simon Cooper



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Tigers make light work of South Indians Central opened their scoring in the very first inning in the game played at Millicent at the weekend. Lead-off batter, Jordan Aston hit safely to centrefield and was brought home on Alex Ridding’s two bagger, also to centrefield, who then scored on a wild throw. Dylan Chuck was hit by the pitcher and Dylan Gull hit into an infield error. Lauchie Tilley then gave centrefield another workout and his hit batted in Chuck. The fourth run for the dig was scored when Gull crossed on a wild pitch. The Bandits opened their account in the bottom of the third. Ellis Cushion drew a walk as did Jordan Johnson. Craig Chittleborough drilled a hit to leftfield which scored both of those runners. In the bottom of the fourth, Colby Muller for Central crunched a safehit to leftfield and scored on Josh Chuck’s hit that created an infield error. The Bandits added two more to their scoreline in the fifth from a series of errors by the Magpies fielders. Jack Hateley picked a walk and Anthony Mutton’s texasleaguer to centrefield saw him safe at first. Hateley scored on a wild throw from the infield and Mutton added one more on a passed ball. In the top of the sixth Alex Ridding doubled to the outfield and was batted in by Dylan Chuck. Two more runs were added in the Magpies seventh at bat. Tilley crunched a ball to centrefield and Muller picked a base on ball. They were both batted by Alex Ridding when he picked up his fourth safehit of the game. Millicent added their final run of the game in the even inning. Darcy Pink singled and scored on Tim Niewenhuiizen’s long hit into centrefield. Central closed out the game in the top of the ninth when they added an additional three runs, all unearned. With two out, Aston hit into an infield error, Alex Ridding hit safely for the fifth time and Dylan Chuck clobbered a two-bagger to leftfield which scored Aston. Gull then came up with another hit to leftfield which both Ridding and Chuck used to cross the plate. Dylan Chuck closed out the game

for Central leaving them victors eleven runs five. Central had 14 safehits, four walks, five hit batters eight RBI, six K’s, left 10 runners on base and made five errors. Millicent had seven safehits, seven walks, three RBI, 11 K’s, left 11 runners on base and made four errors. Saturday night’s game saw home team South Indians light up the scoreboard in the bottom of the first. Bruce Morale hit safely to leftfield and was batted in by Dean Hamilton. Tigers answered back in their next at bat when Tyler Horrigan cracked a ball to rightfield and was batted in by Levi Morton. In the top of the third inning they added two more runs. Brayden Morton hit safely and Hayden Jones’ infield hit created an error which pushed Morton home. Jones ultimately scored on another infield error. South, again through Bruce Morale, added another in the even inning when he slammed a ball out to leftfield and was again batted in by Hamilton. That was the end of the scoring for South but the Tigers kept coming up with hits and runs. In the fifth Garth Ransom found himself safe at first base on another error and was batted in by Garrett Ha. Tigers added two more in the seventh after Matthew Thompson cracked a hit to rightfield and Karl Ransom followed up by beating out an infield throw. They were both batted in by Jacob English’s long hit to deep leftfield. Their final

run came in the eighth when Garth Ransom hit safely and crossed the home plate on Ha’s long drive to centrefield giving Tigers the win seven runs to two. Tigers had 13 safehits, three walks, one hit batter, five RBI, five K’s, left 12 runners on base and made two errors. South had eight safehits, two walks, two RBI, two K’s left nine runners on base and made four errors. RESULTS Division 1 Central 11 (Alex Ridding 5, Dylan Chuck, Dylan Gull, Lauchie Tilley 2, Jordan Aston, Koby Chant, Colby Muller) d Millicent 5 (Darcy Pink, Anthony Mutton 2, Jordan Johnson, Craig Chittleborough, Tim Niewenhuizen); Tigers 7 (Levi Morton 3, Hayden Jones, Matthew Thompson 2, Brayden Morton, Garth Ransom, Karl Ransom, Tyler Horrigan, Garrett Ha, Jacob English) d South Indians 2 (Bruce Morale, Dean Hamilton 2, Ryan Walter, Travis Lockwood, Alex Lewis, Tarkyn Morale) Division 2 Central 14 (Mitch Cutting, Josh Aston 2, Leigh Kent, Ben Green, Blade Sturges, Brad McDonnell, Lachlan Ridding) d Central Magpies 7 (Jordan

Carrison 3, Kaleb Bowd 2, Justin Tzioutziouklaris, Henry Snell); Tigers 16 (Matt May 2, Garrett Ha, Ben Marcus, Kane Harrison, Tyrone May, Ash Dumigan) d South Indians 0 (Brian Whitwell, Cameron Morale, Tarkyn Morale) Division 3 Central 14 (Anthony Ridding, Herb Meinck 3, Shane Frankenburg, Dean Cutting, Jordan Cozzi 2, Steve Kuhl, Brenton Lockwood) d Federal 0 (John McAdam, Andy DeNys, Girard Williams, Levi Gale); Tigers 10 (John Verrity, Sean Horrigan 2, Phil Clark, Marcus Thomson) d Naracoorte 7 (Tom Paech 2, Ryan Whitwell, Kento Sisseron, Stephanie Chant); Millicent 17 (Steve Wanganeen 3, Cameron Harris, Ellis Cushion, Saxon Altschwager 2, Shayne Humphries, David Langley, Darren Pink, Daniel Hateley) d Central Magpies 3 (Sam Henschke, Andrew Hoath, David Chant, Dean McCarthy, Ross Peters, Bill Stephenson, Geoff Crouch) Junior League South Indians 11 (Dylan Lewis, Deegan Habner 3, Shaylah Cole 2, Wil Lewis) d Federal 7 (Dean Searcy, Alex Lynch); Central 19 (Brad Walkom, Ben Braithwaite, Mitchell Ruwoldt 2, Brock Dempsey, Blake Vause, Curtis Page, Brodie Berkefeld) d Tigers 10 (Flynn Hillstone, Alex Merrett, Oliver Gregory 2, Kaleb Kermond) Little League Tigers 0 forfeited to Central 5; South Indians 12 (Linkon Ratcliffe, Nate Habner 2, Zane Lewis, Zalyn Smith, Phoenix Cole, Kobe Hamilton) d Federal 0 (Solomon Telford) Minor League Central 13 (Riley Hopgood, Aiden Walker, Angus Maidment, Miley Cook) d Federal 5 (Lennox Telford, Will Vincent); Tigers 11 (Ben Reichelt 2, Sam Marcus, Titan Dumigam, Fergus Tarr) d Tigers Orange 2 MAKING THEIR MARK IN THE BATTING BOX: (Bottom left) - Tyler Horrigan (Tigers) was in good form in the batting box at the weekend and (above left) South INdians veteran Dean Hamilton continues to be on eof the league’s most consistent performers, finishing weith two safehits and scoring his team mates in thier loss to Tigers.

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Pennant Bowls Results MID WEEK PENNANT NO MATCHES LADIES PENNANT NO MATCHES OPEN PENNANT DIVISION ONE Robe 76/14 d Kalangadoo 66/2; Mount Gambier 82/15 d Port MacDonnell 62/1; Naracoorte 73/14 d Mount Gambier RSL 60/2; Mount Gambier RSL Blue 72/14 d Millicent 68/2. DIVISION TWO Kingston 99/16 d Penola 49/0; Naracoorte 82/13 d Millicent 66/3; Mount Gambier Red 98/14 d Naracoorte RSL 53/2; Mount Gambier Blue 67/12 d Mount Gambeir RSL 58/4, DIVISION THREE Kingston 73/13 d Lucindale 70/3; Millicent red 75/14 d Port MacDonnell 68/2; Penola 74/14 d Naracoorte 67/2; Mount Gambier RSL 84/16 d Millicent 45/0. DIVISION FOUR (SOUTH) Robe 82/16 d Beachport Blue 62/0; Mount Gambier RSL 71/12 d Mount Gambier Blue 68/4; Millicent 79/16 d Mount Gambier Red 53/0; Port MacDonnell 62/14 d Beachport Red 55/2. DIVISION FOUR (NORTH) Penola 84/165 d Naracoorte 59/0; Frances 66/14 d Kalangadoo 65/2; Naracoorte RSL 890/16 d Lucindale 47/0

Chapman wins par competition at Attamurra One of the early morning players, Heather Chapman held the lead all day when 20 ladies played in the par competition on Saturday at the Attamurra Golf Club. Chapman registered a score of one down to claim the winner’s voucher from Di O’Donnell one shot further back with two down. Six ball run down winners needed three down or better and Yvonne Shirley won the pro shot on the 8th hole. The nearest the pin on the 16th hole was won by Marie Douglas.



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No love lost in Valentine’s Day road race Twenty-eight riders made themselves available for the Mount Gambier Cycling Club 25km Senior Race along Caves Road. The weather was glorious, with a light southerly breeze meaning that the going would be a little harder on the way out, but with a nice tailwind home to the finish line. Greeting the starter first was Jason Buckland, given a seven minute head start on the rest of the

Tough conditions at the seaside

Sixty-eight players made the journey to Port MacDonnell for the South East Golf veterans annual visit. This being a nine hole course, astute planning used two tees and the large field played without too many holdups, apart from a lot of ball searching from time to time. Thirty-six points was the days best score, Bordertown’s Baz Turnbull taking out First Division from Attamurra pair Rob Harkness and Barry Brook, on 34 points each. Second Division went to a countback on 36, Blue Lake’s Alex Juokoff, winning from Glen Tilley, 36, and Allan Webster, 35, and the Ross Orchard Trophy was won by John Millhouse and Tony Klug. If you had 31 points or more you got a ball. A highlight from the previous Robe event was Terry Chant’s eagle but there were to be no such highlights at the Bay with only one birdie recorded across the day. Players are reminded the AGM Ambrose will be at Attamurra on March 15.

riders as he prepared to time trial all the way to the finish line. Next to leave was a group of five riders, containing Chris O’Donnell and Mark Brooksby in a welcome return to racing, as well as Jen Buckland, Pru Riddoch, and Shane Fiegert. After 11 minutes had elapsed, the next group of riders set off. It contained Jamison Buckley, who had been promoted after his victories in the preceding weeks,

Spek Peake, Mark Wight, Liam Fielding, Dave Delaland and Michael Dethmore. They were followed two minutes later by a group containing Riley Hill, Bruce McLaughlin, Harry Opperman, Matt Fiegert and John Cranwell. With 15 minutes already on the clock, Paul Brooker along with Phil Stasiw, Dean Zeven and newcomer to the club, Rowan Kruysse, joined the chase, followed three minutes later by the penultimate group containing Malcolm Tirabassi, Colin Weatherill and Ash Herrewyn. Finally, 21 minutes after Jason had left the start line, the scratch bunch containing Nick Kidman, Dave Bryant, Rob Mann and Matthew Opperman were allowed to begin their chase. With the headwind leading out to the turnaround point, some riders found it difficult to hold on to the bunch they began with. Unfortunately once the riders were out of the draft of their fellow competitors, it made for a long, lonely ride to the finish line. By the halfway mark, Jason Buckland was still leading, but only just holding on before the next group caught him. The pace picked up on the road back to the finish line, as the tailwind

helped the riders along. Apart from individual riders who had been dropped, each of the groups were working well together, and closing in on the groups ahead. By the finish line the first three groups had joined together and managed to hold on in front of the other three groups. Matt Fiegert was the first to begin the sprint down the final hill, but ended up being swamped by the

group behind. In the end it was Brooksby (54:08 - pictured left) who emerged victorious, followed by Hill and Peake to round out the podium. Also in that leading group was McLaughlin, followed by Harry Opperman, Riddoch, Mark Wight, Cranwell and Matt Fiegert. Jen Buckland followed closely behind in 10th place, followed by Fielding, and O’Donnell, Zeven, Brooker, Rowan Kruysse and Shane Fiegert. Kidman won the sprint for fastest time honours (56:21 elapsed, 35:21 race time), finishing in 17th position overall, then followed Bryant, Tirabassi, Matthew Opperman and Herrewyn from the back groups. And the riders kept on arriving. In 22nd place was Stasiw, then Delaland, Jason Buckland, Weatherill, Dethmore, Buckley and Mann. Following the race, most of the riders went back to the clubrooms to enjoy some camaraderie, relive the best parts of the race, and await presentations. As fastest female, Riddoch received a beautiful red rose for her efforts, and Brooksby was awarded chocolates for his victory. RACE TO THE FINISH: Racing line to catch the next group - Paul Brooker then Dean Zeven & Rowan Kruysse (Phil Stasiw obscured.)

Simson’s strong form continues Competition heats up as spots for State Titles go on the line The Mount Gambier Gun Club held its monthly competition on Saturday in rather favourable conditions apart from occasional wind gusts. Up first was the Elders Farm Supplies 50 target Skeet Zone Qualifier with shooters trying their skills to be selected in the zone team to compete in the State Titles later in the year. Dougal Simson, with a perfect score of 50/50, was AA from Ken Atkin 48/50. Kevin Mules and Michael Raper shared A on 46/50 each, while Darren Beyer (75/79) took B from Joe Densley (71/79) and John McIntyre (47/54) won C from Brian Shelton (43/54). The N.F. McDonnell & Sons 25 Target Handicap Event was up next with shoot offs needed to decide the final placings, Doug Rphde (29/29) won from Surasak Pienudomkijlert 28/29 with Darren Beyer, third, with 25/29 and Mick Rudd (27/29), fourth, and Dougal Simson rounding out the top five with 24/26. The Thomson Bilt 25 Target Double Barrel Championship was shot expertly with seven shooters attaining perfect scores meaning shoot offs again were the order of the day. Brian Spring (54/54), who just shot his way into the AA Grade, narrowly won from Greg Kessegian (53/54), while Dale Robertson

(25/25) won A from Darren Murrell (30/31). Mick Rudd (31/32) won B from Scott Fleming (39/41) and Peter Klieve (33/34) edged out Doug Rohde (32/34). The South East Autotrade Overall High Gun Award was convincingly won by Dougal Simson (Above) with a top score of 95/100. The club’s next competition in on March 13. SHOOTING FOR THE PODIUM: (Top right) N. F. McDonnell & Sons 25 Target Handicap - Darrey Beyer (3rd); Doug Rohde (1st); Mick Rudd (4th) & Dougal Simson (5th) and (right centre) Thomson Bilt 25 Target Double Barrel - Brian Spring (AA); Dale Robertson (A); Mick Rudd (B) & Peter Klieve (C) and Elders farm Supplies 50 Target Skeet - Darren Beyer (B); Kevin Mules (A); Dougals Simson (AA) & John McIntyre (C).



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Back to back runners up performance by South East bowlers The Lower South East ladies have inished secon for the second successive year in the Bowls SA Round Robin series which was held in Adelaide earlier this month at the Lockley’s Bowling Club. The Lower South East, with five wins out of seven games was not quite good enough with Eyre Peninsula finishing with six wins and one loss and Fleurieu & Kangaroo Island rounding off the top three for the week with four wins and three losses. The series is held annually with eight regions across South Australia. SOUTH EAST LADIES: Belinda Pepper (Bordertown); Jodi Kotz & Jenny Trengove (Keith); Heather Richards & Judith Grosvenor (Port MacDonnell); Sarah Ross (Millicent); Cathy Healy, Lindy Mark & Jodie Mark (Naracoorte RSL); Jenny Bowering,

Fiona Pearson, Fleur Roachock, Joy Bilney, Keisha Pearson & Jane Crowder (Mt Gambier RSL) and Deb Jones (Tintinara), with Kathy Brooks as manager. INDIVIDUAL SCORES: • Joy Bilney(skip)Fiona Pearson, Deb Jones & Fleur Roachock (3 wins, 4 loss, -8 shots) • Belinda Pepper (skip) Cathy Healy, Jodie Mark & Jane Crowder (3 wins, 4 loss, -11 shots) • Jodi Kotz (skip) Jenny Trengove, Judith Grosvenor & Lindy Mark (4 wins, 3 loss, +1 shots) • Heather Richards (skip) Jenny Bowering, Sarah Ross & Keisha Pearson (6 wins, 1 loss, +34 shots Heather Richards rink won the best rink overall for the series, meaning the South East has produced the winning teams for the past three years with Di Murch’s team winning in 2018/19 and Joy Bilney’s team in 2019/20.

RUNNERS UP: (Above - back row) Cathy Healy, Joy Bilney, Jane Crowder, Sarah Ross, Jenny Bowering, Kathy Brooks (Manager) Jodie Mark, Ann Ratsch (Selector) Jenny Trengove & Heather Richards and (front row)Fleur Roachock, Belinda Pepper, Jodi Kotz, Keisha Pearson, Judith Grosvenor, Marj Richardson (Selector) Lindy Mark, Debra Jones, Fiona Pearson BEST IN THE STATE: (Above inset)Keisha Pearson, Sarah Ross, Jenny Bowering & Heather Richards

Improved effort Tournament goes ahead Men bowl their way into the top three in South Australia

The South East Men also competed at the Marion Bowling Club as part of the Bowls SA Round Robin series and came in third place, up from fifth last year. Fleurieu completed a perfect campaign winning all seven of their matches across the four days to make it back to back Country Round Robin overall victories. Hot on their heels was Eastern who had just one loss for the week, while the South Eastern’s rounded out the top three. SOUTH EAST MEN: Greg Carpenter, Bill Bremner, Adam Wilson, Daniel Langdon, Brad Errock, Jason Kuring & Tony Bowditch (Mount Gambier); Bryan Roper & Wayne Ross (Millicent); Geoff Hams & Daryl Stopp (Keith); Eric Pitt, David O’Shaughnessy, Ian Williams & Graham East (Naracoorte); Glen Wright (Mt Gambier RSL); Dean Burgoyne & Peter Gregory (Robe); Kym Stewart & Gavin Rowe (Kalangado) with Steve Carnellor as manager. INDIVIDUAL SCORES: • Bryan Roper (skip) Wayne Ross,

Peter Gregory & Bill Bremner (5 wins, 2 loss, +14 shots) • Daniel Langdon (skip) Brad Errock, Glenn Wright & Jason Kuring (4 wins, 1 draw, 2 loss, +28 shots) • Eric Pitt (skip) Daryl Stopp, Geoff Hams & Ian Williams (4 wins, 3 loss, +50 shots) • Tony Bowditch (skip) Adam Wilson, Gavin Rowe & Graham East (4 wins, 3 loss, +28 shots) • David O’Shaughnessy (skip) Greg Carpenter, Kym Stewart & Dean Burgoyne (2 wins, 1 draw, 4 loss, -32 shots) BIG IMPROVERS: (Above - back row) Steve Carnellor (Manager), Daryl Stopp, Jason Kuring, Greg Carpenter, Wayne Ross, Brad Errock, Tony Bowditch, Adam Wilson, Eric Pitt & Kym Stewart; (middle row) Gordon Stopp (Selector) Geoff Hams, Gavin Rowe, Brian Roper, Daniel Langdon, Glenn Wright, Ian Williams, Bill Bremner, Peter Gregory & Dean Burgoyne and (front row) David O’Shaughnessy & Graham East.

Mount Gambier organisers recover after late border closure to revamp draw & forge ahead 2020/21 MOUNT GAMBIER JUNIOR TOURNAMENT GRAND FINAL RESULTS U12 Boys Div 1 Murray Bridge Bullets 31 def Bordertown Bandits 21 U12 Boys Div 2 Millicent Magic 43 def Mount Gambier Lakers Gold 30 U12 Girls Div 1 Mount Gambier Lakers 34 def Millicent Magic Red 29 U12 Girls Div 2 Naracoorte Kings 31 def Bordertown Bandits 9 U14 Boys Div 1 Mount Gambier Lakers 41 def Millicent Magic 38 U14 Boys Div 2 Naracoorte Kings 39 def Murray Bridge 36 U14 Boys Div 3 Mount Gambier Lakers 58 def Millicent Magic 28 U14 Girls Div 1 Millicent Magic 28 def Murray Bridge Bullets 19 U14 Girls Div 2 Naracoorte Kings 46 def Mount Gambier Lakers 34 U16 Boys Div 1 Mount Gambier Lakers 51 def Millicent Magic 49 U16 Boys Div 2 Murray Bridge Bullets 41 def Naracoorte Kings 36 U16 Boys Div 3 Mount Gambier Lakers Gold 74 def Bordertown Bandits 47 U16 Girls Div 1 Mount Gambier Lakers 32 def Millicent Magic 31 U16 Girls Div 2 Bordertown Bandits 36 def Naracoorte Kings 28

U18 Men Div 1 Mount Gambier Lakers 41 def Millicent Magic 40 U18 Men Div 2 Mount Gambier Lakers 34 def Millicent Magic 22 U18 Women Div 1 Mount Gambier Lakers 43 def Millicent Magic 20 U18 Women Div 2 Naracoorte Kings 27 def Murray Bridge Bullets 22

Senior Men Mount Gambier Lakers Gold 76 def Mount Gambier Lakers Blue 74 WEEKEND CHAMPIONS: (Above top) Under 18 Girls Division 1 winners - Mount Gambier Lakers and (above bottom) Under 14 Girls Division 1 winners - Millicent Magic



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Mount Gambier Cycling Club junior road race series heats up

Five racers lined up at the start line for the Mouont Gambier Cycling Club 10km Junior Race. Eddie Buckland was first to begin, followed four minutes later by Molly Opperman and Freya Miller, and then Jami Buckley with Elmer Buckland began with seven minutes on the clock. By the halfway mark, Eddie remained out in front, with Molly beginning to draw away from Freya, and Jami and Elmer working together to reign in the rest of the racers. Molly caught up to Eddie with the finish line in sight, continuing on to finish first, with Freya sprinting hard to pip Eddie just before the line. Jami finished fourth, with fastest time, followed by Elmer. JUNIOR RIDERS: Freya Miller, Molly Opperman, Elmer Buckland, Eddie Buckland & Jamison Buckley.

The Millicent Bowls Club held their Ladies Championship Fours earlier this month, with all games starting at 8.30am. The games leading up to the grand final were played over 15 ends and the grand final was played over 18 ends. Five teams took part involving 20 of the club’s ladies. After playing two rounds, it came down to the grand final which was contested between the teams of Del Parsons, Heather Carthew, Ella Pietersma and Shirley Thiele and Lyn Scudds, Carlene Godden, Ros Varcoe, Judy Lowe. Del Parsons’ team started off strong leading five shots to one then by the 8th end the game was sitting at seven-all. The team of Lyn Scudds was able to win six of the next nine ends with the score after the 18th end seeing Scudds’ team 17 shots to Parsons’ team 10 shots giving cudds, Godden, Varcoe and Lowe the title of 2021 Ladies Fours Champions. BATTLING IT OUT: (Top right) Ladies Championship Fours - Ros Varcoe, Lyn Scudds (skipper), Judy Lowe & Carlene Godden and (bottom right) Shirley Thiele, Ella Pietersma, Heather Carthew & Del Parsons (skipper)

Cycling club adds events to 2021 calendar

Gregory extends her lead One of the largest field of ladies for some time saw 42 ladies play in a stableford competition at Attamurra in hot, still conditions earlier this month. Leading the way after the first round, Helen Gregory cemented her lead in the quest for the Summer Salver when she fired an 82 off the stick giving her 40 points to win the second round. Her score included 10 pars and the only blemish was a double bogey on the fifth hole giving her a 41/41 split. Back from a short absence was Lyn Hudson who also played under her handicap to finish runner up with 38 points returning to the clubhouse following a strong back nine with 22 points. The consistent Carol Davis was third placegetter with a solid score of 36 points which included six pars and one wipe on the sixth hole. Bev Pedlar headed the list of the 11 ball rundown winners who needed 32 points or better to claim a ball. The special prizes were the accuracy drives on fairways and in A grade, Bernie Jennings was the winner, with a tie in B grade between Marie Douglas and Betty McKechnie.

Libby Furner was the winner in C grade where her drives were recorded on every applicable fairway. The pro shot on the eighth hole was won by Denise Harvey with her shot. Perfect conditions for golf enabled some excellent scoring when 26 ladies played a stableford round on Saturday. Donna Jennings, who continually improves her game, finished with 41 points including a birdie on the third hole to take out the winner’s

prize with Kerry Pedlar, four shots behind with 37 to finish runner up. There were eight ball run down winners who needed 32 points or better to claim a ball. Helen McIntyre was the most accurate on the eighth hole while Donna Jennings was nearest the pin on the sixteenth hole. SUMMER SALVER CONTINUES: Runner up Lyn Hudson with winner Helen Gregory and third placed Carol Davis,

Taking advantage of the extra daylight during this time of the year, Mount Gambier Cycling Club had prepared for an extra couple of events last week for its members, but unfortunately some untimely rain meant that those events had to be cancelled. For the next three weeks, with thanks to Mt Gambier Motor Cycle Club, the Mount Gambier Cycling Club will hold criterium events at McNamara Park on Thursday nights from 6.30pm. If anyone was thinking about taking up the four week Come and Try race licence option from AusCycling, this would provide a great opportunity to ride on a closed track. There is also regular track racing at the Velodrome on Friday nights from 6pm, with various grades racing each other on the night.

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No advertising costs or fuel costs for test drives or meeting potential buyers. We pay out finance loans too. No need to renew registration or insurance!


You have the security of knowing you are dealing with friendly professionals with an understanding of what your vehicle is worth.

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WE WILL COME TO YOU AND PAY CASH ON THE SPOT! Call John 0402 315 481 or Brandon 0488 665 195

*Cars must be registered & roadworthy, less than 10 years old and less than 140,000kms

113 Commercial Street East, MOUNT GAMBIER LVD 106736 Prices exclude Government charges SALES HOTLINE 08 8721 3400 OR TOLL FREE 1800 042 270

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