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ABOVE: Melaleuca Park students Mikayla Sellers, Lolah Bovell, Zoe Fry, Maliya Motto & Sienna Henke who were part of the project.
Community project unveiled It was a NAIDOC Week project in 2020, spearheaded by Limestone Coast Crime Prevention’s Senior Constable Jade Hill, as she brought together schools, aged care facilities and individuals from
the community to create a quilt that best represented inclusion. The Coming Together Quilt was officially unveiled last month at the Mount Gambier Police Station.. See inside for full story
Ready to lead the way in 2021 Putting a positive spin on the past 12 months and entering 2021 with renewed optimism was the theme of the Women in Business and Regional Development (WiBRD) 2021 launch last month. Almost 100 people attended the launch that was highlighted by six locally based business leaders sharing their thoughts on 2020, grateful for the continued support of the community and pragmatic
about how they were able to face the challenges that were continually thrown at businesses by COVID-19 restrictions. Held at the Commodore on the Park and hosted by WiBRD board member Toni Vorenas, the event was also an opportunity for WiBRD chair Jacinta Jones to acknowledge the corporate partners that ensure the vital business network continues to survive and thrive.
The launch came on the eve of one of the network’s most popular event – the International Women’s Day Breakfast on March 5, with functions set down for Mount Gambier and Bordertown. Tickets are selling fast so to secure your seat and more details head to www.wibrd.org.au See inside for full story
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All roads lead to Penola The inaugural Penola Coonawarra Acoustic Music Gathering is set to take over Penola’s McCorquindale Park from March 12-14 as it looks to tap into the spirit of the now defunct Frances Folk Gathering, which wound up after two decades in 2018. Organiser Anne Miller has attracted 21 acts from folk to gospel to bluegrass, including Pete Denahy, Nancy Bates, Khristian Mizzi, and Snooks La Vie (pictured). “There is a nod to Frances and that tradition but also focussing on contemporary music,” Anne said. “Basically anything that sounds good and we have placed an emphasis on original music and song writing.” It all starts with a welcome barbeque at 5.30pm on March 12 and concerts on two stages and in the tradition of the Frances Folk Gathering, the Penola Coonawarra program will see a mixture of concerts and workshops, as well as the always popular Open Mic. The festival looks to cater for those who want to jam with like minded musicians to those who just want to sit back and enjoy the performances, both programmed and impromptu. The Sunday program will be complemented by a market, giving local artisans and makers a chance to showcase their wares as part of the festival.
The event secured funding from the Stand Like Stone Foundation and that is helping fund an aspect of the gathering Anne views as critical – the children’s program. The Schools Program has been taken up by five schools and will include workshops focussing on dancing, song writing and art. “I believe that to be a wonderful thing and a way to introduce children to music and to music they can play,” she said. Anne has also forged a relationship with Bendigo Bank that will see them sponsoring mentorships for kids who are considering music as a career. Interested students can register at the festival webiste. Prices are $65 for weekend pass that allows people to camp at non powered sites for $10 per night and family friendly Day Passes $25 with children free when accompanied by a paying adult. The days will run from 9am to 11pm
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Funding support might have come from State Government coffers but the Port MacDonnell foreshore redevelopment is a genuine community project with Grant High School and the Port MacDonnell Men’s Shed front and centre of the completion of Stage 2 of the Waterfront Project. The out of sight, out of mind works on Stage 2 – underground infrastructure – has been completed so the community is about to see the new play area take shape as the project enters its final stages with completion expected end of this month. Given Port MacDonnell is a hotspot for families over the summer holiday period, the playground aspect of the project was held back so as not to disrupt what proved to be a vital tourism peak period for COVID hit local businesses. The new playground is a collaboration between council,
the Grant High students and the men’s shed members, working on various components of the new play space which, together with the repurposed and renovated Liberty Swing, will be installed within this month. Works on the Standish Street entrance node are tracking well and are basically complete, while pathways have also been constructed. The new shelters, including BBQs and seating are due for installation as we speak and while the main pieces of play equipment have been held up in international ports, council was confident this will not affect their ability to deliver this project on time. Behind the scenes, Mimosa Nursery has been establishing seedlings and plantings that will form the final landscaping for the site. These are progressing well and will be ready to plant by the revised end of March completion
date. Mayor Richard Sage said he was happy with the progress being made on the project and was particularly proud of the engagement of local contractors and community groups working with the First Nations community. “I am looking forward to seeing the community enjoying the new space,” Mayor Sage said. The Waterfront Stage 2 is an $865,000 foreshore redevelopment co-funded by the District Council of Grant and the Department for Infrastructure and Transport. More information on the project is available from the Port MacDonnell Community Complex. GETTING CLOSER: District Council of Grant Mayor Richard Sage and council asset and project management coordinator Tony Jordan.
Teacher tops the State Tom Linnell receives two accolades for sustainability Tenison Woods College sustainability coordinator Tom Linnell has won the 2020 SA Climate Leader of the Year’and the Community Sector Award at the recent SA Climate Leaders Awards. The Premier’s Climate Change Council aims to showcase the innovative work taking place to address climate change and build South Australia’s reputation as a climate smart state. Mr Linnell (pictured left) was encouraged to apply based on his role within the college, as well as his contributions within the Limestone Coast community and beyond in the sustainability space. The judging panel was impressed with the way Mr Linnell was changing the conversation about climate change and sustainability with young people to one of hope
and practical solutions labelling it ‘admirable and an exemplar of one individual’s impact’. Tenison Woods College has set targets to be to be off grid by 2030 and zero waste by 2025. Several projects have been initiated to achieve these targets, including
organics waste composting, student-led solar installation program and a plastic recycling enterprise built into the curriculum Photo courtesy of the South Australian Department of Environment and Water
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Two inspirational young women with close connections to the Limestone Coast are vying for The Advertiser and Sunday Mail Woman on the Year Awards which will be announced this Thursday. Tessa Deak, Chronic Illness Support Limestone Coast Network founder, has been named a finalist in the Girl About Town Rising Star Award, while Meg Clothier, cofounder of Two Young Nomads, is a finalist in the Community Champion category. It also sees the Limestone Coast duo in the running for the top gong – Woman of the Year. You would be hard pressed to find a better advocate for volunteering than Tessa Deak. The 20 year old, who suffers from the debilitating and life changing condition myalgic encephamyelitis (ME), the medically correct term for chronic fatigue syndrome, has found her niche. By taking up volunteer opportunities and being willing to give back to the community Tessa has been afforded some incredible opportunities that might have otherwise eluded her. For Tessa, her foray into volunteering, started just over two years ago when she wanted
to shine a light on her condition – a diagnosis that took years – and how difficult living with a chronic illness can be. To help increase awareness and to raise some funds, Tessa and her mother Fiona Pulford hosted a screening of Unrest, a Sundance award-winning film by Jennifer Brea in March 2018, that tackles the issues of living with a debilitating lifelong illness. Tessa also opened herself up for Q&A after the screening and raised money for the Millions Missing Campaign. From there, she has been the face of chronic illness in this region, setting up a support group, the Chronic Illness Support Limestone Coast, which started in April 2018, and a Wellness and Wellbeing Festival, as she uses what little energy she is afforded to make a difference. The support group now has more than 100 members and the festival has run for two years and could well become a permanent fixture on the health and wellbeing calendar. The festival is a showcase of local businesses, products, and services who support physical, emotional, mental and spiritual wellbeing and includes workshops, presentations, activities and stalls. Her community activism saw her then check out what might be possible through headspace, the non-profit organisation for youth mental health established by the
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Bringing the community together NAIDOC Week project unveiled at Mount Gambier Police Station
It was a NAIDOC Week project in 2020, spearheaded by Limestone Coast Crime Prevention’s Senior Constable Jade Hill, as she brought together schools, aged care facilities and individuals from the community to create a quilt that best represented inclusion. The Coming Together Quilt was officially unveiled last month at the Mount Gambier Police Station featuring work by all genders, cultures, ages and abilities to form the beautifully bright and unique centrepiece now on display. Senior Constable Hill’s inspiration for the project was a fond childhood memory. “I remember back when I was in reception in primary school and we did a similar thing and I was a part of it and it always stuck with me,” she said. “It hung in the school
hallway and it was so special.” Senior Constable Hill’s role in the Limestone Coast Crime Prevention area revolves primarily around education through community engagement across all sectors of the community and this project brought all that work together in one unique artwork. “The quilt is very special to me as an individual because I love the idea of everyone coming together with acceptance regardless of colour, status, age or creed,” she said. “It is a literal piece because all art squares are joined by stitching, which is symbolic of us all being one. The quilt is such a vibrant representation of humanity and it is important for it be on display as a visual to the whole community to experience and enjoy and supports the
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ethos of South Australia Police. All community members have contributed in such an amazing way. Every square is different - just like us as people. The colours, shapes, sizes, imagery and perspectives are all so varied. The excitement, enthusiasm and joy this project has brought the community has proven to be such a positive experience for all involved and will continue to be a legacy for years to come. It is something I am extremely proud of. I have been able to bring people together in such an important and inclusive way.” The quilt was stitched together by Sew Unique, who were a generous project partner. In the end, 85 individuals were recognised for their part in the project with a certificate presentation at the launch, including all of the Mount Gambier schools, private and government and primary, and secondary, Boandik aged care residents, indigenous contributors, Yazidi, Kareeni, Congolese, Islamic Society and Pakistani community members and police families. One of the refugee participants from the Migrant Resource Centre said she drew a picture of people holding hands to symbolise coming together as a community, along with a heart for love. She also drew a kangaroo for Australia, as it is unique to our country. Melaleuca Park Year 5 students Audrey, Zoe and Keisha all loved being part of the project as well, with the school contributing two squares of the finished quilt. “We included indigenous symbols like the rainbow serpent, as well as the school logo and pine trees – things that represented our community,” Audrey said. “It was great to go to the launch and have a look at how it turned out with everyone else’s squares.
It is the first time we have worked on something like this – a big community project and we really enjoyed it. It took is about four lessons from when we came up with the ideas to finishing our squares.” Boandik Lodge lifestyle coordinator said the Crouch Street residents that participated in the project loved the experience. “One of our blocks was all handprints and it brought back memories from their childhood and old style fingerpainting,” Gillian said. “We also included the tree of life.” Volunteer Kerry O’MearaRobbins helped head up the project, which took two weeks. “It was good because we talked about why we were making the quilt and they enjoyed it so much,
we now have a little quilting group that has started up,” Gillian said. “They are even talking about doing a project with everyone’s handprints at Boandik which would be amazing if we can.” The participating residents went to see the finished quilt last week. COMING TOGETHER: (Above left) Kerry O’Meara-Robbins, Shirley Osborne, Elizabeth Cloke, Gillian Knight, Sandra Morrish, June Nash, Gwen Rice & Marj Burdon admiring the finished quilt; (above) Senior Constable Jade Hill was the brains behind the project and (below) Senior Constable Hill with Melaeuca Park students (also on cover).
“...every square is different - just like us as people... the colours, shapes, sizes, imagery and perspectives are all so varied...” Senior Constable Jade Hill (Limestone Coast Crime Prevention)
Ready to lead the way in 2021 Women in Business & Regional Development launch sets the tone for next 12 months Putting a positive spin on the past 12 months and entering 2021 with renewed optimism was the theme of the Women in Business and Regional Development (WiBRD) 2021 launch last month. Almost 100 people attended the launch that was highlighted by six locally based business leaders sharing their thoughts on 2020, grateful for the continued support of the community and pragmatic about how they were able to face the challenges that were continually thrown at businesses by COVID-19 restrictions. Held at the Commodore on the Park and hosted by WiBRD board member Toni Vorenas, the event was also an opportunity for WiBRD chair Jacinta Jones to acknowledge the corporate partners that ensure the vital business network continues to survive and thrive. Flinders University, New Venture Institute is continuing as WiBRD’s major partner, with New Venture director Verity Kingsmill renewing their commitment to providing quality training opportunities for young people. Jacinta was also able to reflect on a 12 months where the network continued to be front and centre
of advocating and supporting the wider business community, including the Big, Small – Support Us All shopping campaign. “The last 12 months has seen us focus very strongly on our strategic direction and on our vision to champion regional women as leaders and changemakers,” she said. “We will maintain a strong focus on our mission, grow the potential of regional women and support them to create powerful legacies through building their leadership capacity and presenting a strong regional voice.”
“...we will maintain a strong focus on our mission, grow the potential of regional women and support them to create powerful legacies...” Jacinta Jones (Women in Business & Regional Development chair)
But the panel discussion was the highlight as Toni Vorenas from Metro Bakery and Cafe, Kelsie Prowse, from The Apple Farm, Ashlee Kalantarian, from A’EL ESTE, Di Ind, from Di Monty Training Solutions, Lisa Attard, from Lima & Co and Jo Hodges from The Nourish Nook revisited the challenges of 2020. They all shared how they pivoted, became adept at making quick decisions as they were faced with challenging situations and they all felt they were coming out the other side stronger and, in some cases, with new and exciting directions for their business. The importance of a support network, including organisations like the WiBRD, was also critical in working their way through 2020. The launch came on the eve of
“...our vision to champion regional women as leaders and changemakers...” Jacinta Jones (Women in Business & Regional Development chair) one of the network’s most popular event – the International Women’s Day Breakfast on March 5. There will be an event at the Mount Gambier Main Corner, as well as Bordertown Convention Centre, both featuring a live stream from Australia’s largest event, the Adelaide International Women’s Day Breakfast with Natasha Stott Despoja as the special guest speaker. Tickets are
selling fast so to secure your seat and for more information head to www.wibrd.org.au SHARING THEIR STORIES: The 2021 launch panel that discussed the challenges of 2020 - Jo Hodges (The Nourish Nook); Kelsie Prowse (The Apple farm); Di Ind (Di Monty Training Solutions); Ashlee Kalantarian (A’EL ESTE); Toni Vorenas (Metro Bakery & Cafe) and Lisa Attard (Lima & Co.) LEADING THE WAY: The Women in Business and Regional Development board Danielle England, Nicole Reschke, Ebony Moulden, Harriet Keatley, Toni Vorenas, chair Jacinta Jones & executive officer Kylie Boston. Absent: Cathy Beckman
Governor on the ground Whirlwind tour of Naracoorte & Lucindale
Tailored program It’s never too late to create ‘Healthy Habits’ FocusOne Health is excited to support locals to take control of their health and wellbeing through a new program, ‘Healthy Habits’. FocusOne Health recently secured funding through Country SA PHN to deliver a brand-new cost-free program in Mount Gambier, Healthy Habits. The tailored healthy lifestyle program supports people to improve their overall health and wellbeing through individualised 1:1 care coordination and/or group programs. Healthy Habits care coordinators walk alongside clients to identify the health factors they need support with; to create a sustainable healthy lifestyle – this may include: • Physical activity • Nutrition • Alcohol and other drug misuse • Sleep • Chronic illness and pain • Self-care • Mental health and wellbeing • Environmental connection FocusOne Health Manager Yalonda Fitzsimmons said Healthy Habits was free to join and was all
about empowering individuals to take control of their own health; and prevent the onset of chronic disease. “Healthy Habits is tailored to the individual. Clients select the health factor/s that are relevant to their health journey and the Healthy Habits Care Coordinators support the achievement of these health goals,” said Ms Fitzsimmons. Healthy Habits clients may have access to: • Health coaching • Nutrition advice and resources • Exercise sessions • Group programs • Tailored programs • Health and wellbeing resources • Linkages to other programs and services • Mental health support to engage in healthy habits Healthy Habits is cost-free to clients and transport may be available for eligible participants. For more information or to register, contact FocusOne Health on (08)8724 7696 or visit the website www.focusonehealth.com.au FocusOne Health is a locally run not for profit organisation providing
a range of programs and services that aim to raise awareness and improve health outcomes of the community. ABOVE: Healthy Habits Care Coordinator Rebecca Pedlow
Wellbeing program kicks off It was a jam packed itinerary for the Governor of South Australia, His Excellency the Honourable Hieu Van Le AC, when he visited Naracoorte and Lucindale last month. Accompanied by his wife Lan Le, the whirlwind visit included officially opening the Children’s Museum at The Sheep’s Back (pictured above top) in Naracoorte, a community morning tea and a first hand look at fire ravaged Lucindale and the fire recovery efforts from January’s devastating Blackford-Avenue Range fire.
His Excellency had lunch at Yakka Park with volunteers and community members involved in the fire fighting and fire recovery efforts (pictured above bottom), then travelled to Avenue Range to visit affected landowners. After visiting Lucindale, he returned to Naracoorte for more official openings – cutting the ribbon at the Naracoorte Migrant Resource Centre and launch of the Limestone Coast Multicultural Network before officially opening the Pearl Continental Restaurant in its new premises in Smith Street.
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Council advises that Gambier Earth Movers will be undertaking the road resealing program in coming weeks with works commencing The Transfer Station 2021. will be Further CLOSED on Monday 8 March onWaste Monday 8 February notification will be2021. provided to affected residents by Gambier Earth Movers prior to the Barbara CERNOVSKIS ACTING CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER commencement of each road. Bins must be out by 6:00am.
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The first initiative of the Naracoorte Lucindale Wellbeing Program is set to kick off this week. The Good Life Project - a series of free workshops to help improve the health and wellbeing of over 65s in the Naracorote Lucindale Council area - will get underway on Thursday, and you can register for it now by contacting Good Country Physiotherapy on (08)8762 1515 or email gcp@ goodcountryphysio.com.au The Naracoorte Lucindale Wellbeing Program is a joint partnership between Naracoorte Lucindale Council and the State Government under the Wellbeing SA Statewide Wellbeing Strategy. Check out the online survey on council’s website about the Wellbeing Program, which gives community members the chance to provide feedback on planned activities and events and also put forward ideas for other initiatives. The Naracoorte Lucindale Council Wellbeing Program is one of two pilot programs in South Australia.
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Country music in the spotlight The South East Country Music Association is holding its monthly show on March 14 at the Mount Gambier RSL & District Bowls Club from 1-5pm. Bernie Rogers is the headline act with walk ups welcome and the usual raffles and afternoon tea. A friendly reminder that membership renewals or new memberships are due in May with the AGM on June 13.
Community celebration Mount Gambier part of World Day of Prayer Mount Gambier will be lending its support to the World Day of Prayer this Friday with an interdenominational celebration at the Anglican Church, led by Fr
Neil Fernando. Held annually, the World Day of Prayer is celebrated in more than 160 countries on the first Friday in March, and locally the Minister’s Association work together, rotating the host church, to ensure Mount Gambier is part of the worldwide movement. The World Day of Prayer aims to bring together people of various races, cultures and traditions in a common Day of prayer, as well as fostering a sense of community with one country nominated as a fundraising target and in 2021 it is Vanuatu. But Fr Fernando said after the challenges of 2020, while the fundraising for Vanuatu would be part of the celebration, it was important to focus on our own local community and its needs. “It was a tough year (2020)
and we need to focus on our own community and I have tried to bring together all different groups for their own prayer as well as Mayor Lynette Martin, Troy Bell and Tony Pasin,” Fr Fernando said. Take Everything to God in Prayer will be the theme of Fr Fernando’s sermon at the 6pm service, which will be preceded by a 5.30pm cuppa and a chat at the Bay Road church. Committee member Kaylene Barreira said the World Day of Prayer was all about helping other people and putting aside our differences. “We want to raise awareness of one of our Australian neighbours and it is also a great opportunity to take some time out of our busy lives and join with other people in the community,” she said. Attendees will need to register at the door on arrival.
“...we want to raise awareness of one of our Australian neighbours and it is also a great opportunity to take some time out of our busy lives and join with other people in the community...” Kaylene Barreira
Parenting tips One step closer Author set to share her expertise
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Parents, caregivers and educators should be marking this Thursday in their diary and booking a spot for an author event with a difference at the Mount Gambier Library. Parenting coach Elizabeth Noske will be in town promoting her bestselling book Mindfull Parent - Parenting with the Brain in Mind and the library is hosting a special event at 7pm. Elizabeth is a neuro-educator, learning consultant and educational advisor bringing decades of knowledge and insights with her. Mindfull Parent is a toolbox of brain-friendly tips for raising happy, cooperative and welladjusted children. It aims to help parents and carers onto the path of genuinely enjoying each and every day with their child. “I see so many parents frustrated by endless resistance, power struggles along with constant arguments and back-chatting with their children,” Elizabeth said. “My theory will help use braincompatible parenting strategies to help resolve family conflicts in a mindful way.” Aimed at parents and caregivers of two to 12 year olds, Elizabeth will help you understand what drives your child’s behaviour, reducing stress and anxiety because you will understand your child’s needs and enjoy the parenting journey much more.
The new Town Jetty is one step closer to construction, with preparation works underway as part of the multi-million redevelopment of the Local Port of Portland Bay. Geotechnical engineers were onsite last week to collate important data as part of the pre-construction works for the highly anticipated new Town Jetty project. The $1.5 million project, funded by the State Government’s Building Works program, will see the former popular Town Jetty reinstated with a 175-metre-long floating pontoon. The new pontoon will provide all abilities access, designated recreational fishing pontoons, seating and an expansive width of 4 metres for promenading and general leisure. The preparation works have been perfectly timed, with the release of the final construction plans for community viewing. The Town Jetty is just one component of the Local Port redevelopment, with a further $2.6 million of State Government funding secured to extend the Trawler Wharf and the Portland Bay Marina. The Trawler Wharf extension will provide an approximately 14 additional berths, providing security and future growth for the billion-dollar Australian Southern Rock Lobster Fishing Industry that operates out of Portland.
“Think of the Mindfull Parenting toolbox like a simple, predictable recipe, one that will allow you to raise children that you are proud of, can communicate with, all without giving up the fun and enjoyment of being a parent,” Elizabeth said. Mindfull Parentin’ will be available for sale on the night for $29.95. Bookings are essential and can be made by phoning Mount Gambier Library (08)8721 2540 or online www.mountgambier.sa.gov. au/library under ‘Program and Events’.
Additionally, the Portland Bay Marina will also provide additional berths to bolster Portland’s booming recreational fishing and boating industry. The $1.3 million project will see the Marina extended to accommodate for an extra 34 berths. These berths are incredibly popular and there are often delays with both short and long terms booking requests, however the Portland community and beyond will soon no longer face any shortages of available berths. The final concept plans for all three of these exciting projects are now available to view via the YourSay Glenelg website. The community is being
encouraged to head online and see what is proposed for the newlook local port. Construction for the Local Port of Portland Bay redevelopment is set to start at the end of this month, with an expected completion date n the middle or towards the end of the year. For more information, or to view the latest construction designs, please visit the Local Port Marine Master Plan Works page of the Your Say Glenelg website. ABOVE: Geotechnical exploration works were underway in the Local Port of Portland Bay last week as part of the new Town Jetty project.
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Worth the wait Coonawarra distillery crafts award winning gin Good things come to those who wait and Ian and Robin Mulligan can attest to that mantra – taking more than five years to produce their family’s first gin and immediately reaping their reward at the 2020 GinNation Consumer Gin Awards. The St Mary’s Wines brothers started their journey into distilling spirits in 2015 and their London Dry Gin was judged best in Class as well as bringing home a Gold Award. Now branded as St Mary’s Wines and Spirits, the Mulligan family has
always been about rolling up their own sleeves and being hands on in every aspect of the wine making process and that philosophy has been transported to their distillery with immediate results. The St Mary’s London Dry Gin was up against around 60 entrants in its class as South Australian distilleries punched above its weight in the 2020 awards. It is a growth industry in the State with already more than 40 distilleries popping up across SA. The GinNation Awards are Australia’s first consumer driven
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gin awards, created to provide a powerful synergy between consumer and distiller. Australia’s most experienced gin consumer judges determined the award winners with all judging completed via a professional and thorough process. Held in Sydney, judging took place at a blind tasting session. St Mary’s Vineyard was established in 1985 and is owned and operated by the Mulligan family. Every stage in the traditional process of making St Mary’s Wines and Spirits is carried out on the estate. You can head to St Mary’s at Coonawarra for a tasting of the award winning London Dry Gin, as well as the other spirits in their range and their time honoured wines or catch up with Ian at the weekly Farmers Market at Mount Gambier’s Cave Gardens every Saturday or at Jen’s Hotel as part of Jen’s Hotel’s Fringe Mount Gambier event.
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MY PROPERTY With views like these, seeing really is believing 59 Lake Terrace West, Mount Gambier
A home needs to be able to change and grow with a family, and more houses are expected to be designed with this in mind. Many people are considering multipurpose rooms that can make the most of the space. You’ll start to see non-permanent walls that can be shifted, and rooms that can be opened up and shut off as needed.
Welcome to 59 Lake Terrace West, Mt Gambier, positioned on prime Mount Gambier real estate with stunning views of the CBD and surrounding lakes, parks and reserve areas. The renovated lower-level entrance opens into a spacious foyer and rumpus room with a built-in bar and also provides a bathroom, cellar, bedroom and storage room. The upper level offers a spacious open plan lounge, dining area and kitchen, this space comforted with wall-mounted hydronic heating which is throughout the property and two RCAC units upstairs. The beautiful full-width
glass windows / doors opens onto a large front balcony. The kitchen provides white stone benchtops, breakfast bar, ample storage, dishwasher, oven and induction cooktop. The master suite offers a private sitting room / dressing room and benefits from a WIR and renovated ensuite. The outdoor entertaining area is accessed via a stunning deck that is a truly unique / spectacular space. With the added benefit of solar panels there is not much not to love about this unique stunning property.
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17 Felicia Street, Mount Gambier
NEW > SPACIOUS CENTRAL UNIT
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Spacious brick and tile unit - perfect for retirees, downsizers, or investors alike. Inside offers two bedrooms both with BIR’s, huge open plan living/dining/lounge with split system air conditioning. The separate timber kitchen is complete with electric cooking and walk-in pantry. Roomy bathroom with shower, bath & timber vanity plus separate laundry & toilet. With two separate courtyard areas on offer, each capturing the afternoon sun. Single car garage UMR with remote roller door and direct internal access provides secure entry into the unit. Quiet cul-de-sac location within walking distance to Vansittart Park, main street, cafés and shopping, this property is perfect for those who want an easy care lifestyle.
Step inside of 17 Felicia Street and you would never know you are walking into a 1970’s solid brick home – the stunning interior has been beautifully renovated and transformed, providing a country provincial feel with timber floorboards, vintage style tapware, feature wall panelling, black and white feature tiling and a neutral colour palette. Offering 3 bedrooms, main with WIR and ensuite, additional bedrooms with BIR’s. Stunning open plan kitchen /dining / family area. Beautiful kitchen with a country style feel, including farmhouse sink, integrated dishwasher, gas cook top, electric oven, skylight, island bench and an abundance of storage. Gorgeous rear pergola & veranda draped in a beautiful wisteria vine overlooking the private and leafy backyard.
$225,000 Contact Sara O’Connor 0438 708 281
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NEW 28 GUERIN LN, GLENCOE $349,000-$379,000
$249,000-$269,000 Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199
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103 MEYLIN ST, PT MACDONNELL $419,000-$439,000 NEW PRICE
PRIVATE COUNTRY SANCTUARY - Situated on picturesque 4046m2 allotment is this welcoming family home - Inside features open plan kitchen/dining/family area with large windows capturing an abundance of natural light - Beautiful attractive & productive, mature gardens surround the home & include fruit trees, veggie patch, chook yard & shade/hothouse - A 3.1kw solar system, rain & bore water also assist in reducing the cost of living - An abundance of shedding includes double carport & 3 bay shed with concrete floor & power Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199
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NEW LOT 33 WILLIAM ST, ALLENDALE EAST $99,000-$108,000
- Fantastic 2068m2 allotment on the fringe of the Allendale East township - Lovely outlook over farming land to the North - Corner allotment - Power passing - Plan your dream home and phone the builder today! Gail Richards 0409 268 199
2 CHUTE ST, MT GAMBIER
- Rare opportunity to purchase vacant land in a great central location - Walking distance to CBD, Vansittart Park and the Rail Lands Precinct - 429m2 allotment ready to build your new home (S.T.C.A.) - Take in the fabulous city views - Stone shed with power connected! Sara O’Connor 0438 708 281
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NEW LOT 37 WILLIAM ST, ALLENDALE EAST $99,000-$108,000
- Fantastic 2068m2 allotment on the fringe of the Allendale East township - Lovely outlook over farming land to the North - Rural aspect at the rear of the allotment - Power passing - Plan your dream home and phone the builder today! Gail Richards 0409 268 199 5/9A SHEPHERDSON RD, MT GAMBIER
- Private allotment within walking distance to CBD - Rare opportunity to purchase vacant land in a central location - All services available ready for building your dream home - Great location near Reidy Park School & Tenison College - ONLY 1 ALLOTMENT LEFT! Al Lamond 0418 849 266
PANORAMIC SEA VIEWS – THE COASTAL LIFESTYLE AWAITS YOU… - 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) - The coastal lifestyle awaits you, don’t miss your chance!! Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199
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NEW 6 BENGALEE CRES, MT GAMBIER $430,000-$460,000
NEW 10 GREENRIDGE DR, MT GAMBIER $139,000-$149,000
- Set on a 1987m2 allotment, properties of this size & elevation rarely come to the open market - Amazing views over the city to the Tower on Mount Gambier, plus glimpses of the top of Mount Schank - 4 double bedrooms, main with WIR & ensuite and remaining bedrooms with BIR’s - High raked ceilings with brick feature walls throughout living areas
- 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
Al Lamond 0418 849 266
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6 COBBLESTONE CRT, MT GAMBIER
- 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
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243 CAROLINE RD, YAHL $180,000-$200,000
- Have you got a block of land? Looking for an instant place to live? Then check out this fantastic home! - 4 bedrooms, main with WIR & ensuite, Three additional bedrooms all with BIR’s - Lovely large open plan living area incorporating kitchen/dining/lounge area with electric cooking and walk in pantry - Three way bathroom, laundry and separate toilet Gail Richards 0409 268 199
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Sara O’Connor SALES M: 0438 708 281
Ben Ransom SALES M: 0400 870 362
Carolyn Gazzard CLIENT SERVICES P: (08) 8723 3416
26 William Street, Allendale East
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11-13 Sydney Street, Nelson
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FOR SALE BY OPENN NEGOTIATION CLOSING MONDAY 29TH MARCH 2021 AT 6PM (IF NOT SOLD PRIOR) Bursting with character the leadlight windows, timber floors, arched windows and doors and original paddock rock stone wall blend perfectly with the state-of-the-art kitchen, modern bathroom facilities and stunning outdoor entertaining area. 3 bedrooms in the main home, 2 huge bedrooms downstairs with BIR’s plus master bedroom with ensuite upstairs. Additionally there is a fully self-contained 1-Bedroom apartment with spacious queen bedroom, tiled kitchenette, bathroom and private deck & courtyard. The property comes completely furnished to operate as an Air BnB. Featuring a large six bay shed and stunning low maintenance gardens all on a 2072m2 allotment.
FOR SALE BY EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST CLOSING MONDAY 22ND MARCH 2021 AT 12 NOON (IF NOT SOLD PRIOR) There is just something about Nelson that instantly relaxes you, whether its walking along the riverbank, casting a line in the water or boating along the Glenelg River, the township is a sanctuary like no other. Built in 2014 this lovely property was created to be a private escape from the everyday hustle and bustle. Meticulously designed to maximise the river views, with large windows providing a panoramic outlook of the ever-changing riverbanks and national park. If you want to retire to a slower existence, have your own weekender, or perhaps an Air BnB investment then this property is for you.
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9 STABLEFORD CRT, WORROLONG $769,000-$789,000 NEW PRICE
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18 TENISON DR, MT GAMBIER $545,000
7 FAIRWAY CRT, WORROLONG $899,000-$939,000
- Magnificent Federation style home offering formal lounge & dining and designer kitchen with a 900mm freestanding gas oven - Four large bedrooms, master with WIR plus ensuite and two with BIR’s - Well established gardens with impressive veggie garden and variety of fruit trees - 65,000L rain water tank and town water
- Top level, spacious circular penthouse apartment that showcases spectacular panoramic views overlooking the lake city - Well-appointed kitchen boasting a generous amount of storage, granite counter tops, electric cooking complete with dishwasher - Storage room located in the basement of the building - Currently tenanted fully furnished at $600pw
- 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
– 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
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LOT 2 PRIVATE RD, CARPENTER ROCKS $425,000
2 HARLEY ST, ALLENDALE EAST $265,000-$275,000
21 BRYAN ST, ALLENDALE EAST $279,000
- 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
- Amazing opportunity to purchase just over an acre of elevated land with amazing views to Gerloff Bay & the Southern Ocean - The property offers an exciting range of opportunities, renovate the existing 3 bedroom cottage or build your new 2 storey dwelling (S.T.C.A.), offering spectacular coastal & ocean views
- Quaint 3 bedroom home with loads of country charm set on a 845m2 allotment - Inside offers separate lounge with new r/c split air con, lovely open plan kitchen/meals/living area with electric cooking and master bedroom with WIR & ensuite - Large storage shed, separate man cave, rainwater tanks & a securely fenced yard
- If you love gardening and cooking your own produce then this amazing property is for you! - Attractive three bedroom home with a sustainable garden that is packed full of fruit and veggies season after season - 3 Bedroom home featuring open plan living with wood heating and r/c air conditioning. - Outdoor alfresco area with built in fireplace
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$170,000-$185,000 3 1 1 Hard to find brick investment property in this price range. Opposite parklands and close to schools and shopping complex. Rental estimate $240 to $250 per week!
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$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!
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$300 pw 3 1 1 • Three bedrooms • Kitchen with electric cooking & dishwasher • Large formal living/dining • Gas heating • Single garage UMR • Sunroom & detached games room • 6 month tenancy only • No pets
$575,000 3 1 1+ Rare city centre multi tenanted opportunity. Renovated villa Circa 1900 of 3/4 bedrooms (currently leased), office/warehouse. Shedding fronting Alexander Street. Portion of this leased at $930 p/m plus full office area available. Cleaning Business
$245,000 2 1 1 Beautifully renovated unit ideal for investment or if you are looking to get into the property market. Open plan living, kitchen with gas cooking and stainless steel appliances. Two generous sized bedrooms both with B.I.Robes.
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$179,000-$189,000 2 1 1 Neat and tidy solid brick and tile unit perfect for investment. Open plan kitchen and dining with great storage. Cozy lounge fully carpeted with split system.
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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.
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.
Well cared for home in popular location, 3 generous bedrooms all with robes. Updated kitchen, retiled wet areas, light filled lounge, covered entertaining area and rear yard access.
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27 Chute Street
Located in a quiet cul-de-sac on a large allotment is this stunning family home. Open plan kitchen and dining with gas heating and slow combustion. Master bedroom with walk in robe and ensuite. Great rear yard access.
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10 Attunga Street
Solid neat and tidy Mount Gambier stone home oozing charm and natural light. Open plan kitchen and dining with split system. Three generous sized bedrooms all with built in wardrobes.
27 Tumut Drive
Ben Jeffrey SALES 0417 810 246
$350 pw 3 2 1 • Main bedroom with WIR & ensuite • 2 bedrooms with BIRs • Bathroom with bath • Open kitchen/dining/family area with electric cooking & r/c aircon • Large lounge room • Separate games room/formal dining • Gas central heating • Single garage UMR • Undercover patio • Garden shed • No pets
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Large 732m2 level building allotment in sought after location. Walking distance to all the main street has to offer, MacDonald Park Primary School and Saint Martins Lutheran College. Electricity & Water. Council rates $1290.77. Inspect this block today to appreciate all it has to offer and build your dream home. Contact Elisha Beare on 0407 213 023.
4 FAIRWAY COURT, MOUNT GAMBIER
23 DERWENT COURT, MOUNT GAMBIER
SPACIOUS FAMILY HOME
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.
4 2 4
ULTIMATE FAMILY LIVING WITH A GOLF COURSE AT YOUR BACK DOOR
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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UNIT 2/18 LEE COURT, MOUNT GAMBIER
3 2 6
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.
$359,000 LUXURIOUS UNIT IN PRIME LOCATION
3 2 2
Luxurious, conveniently located units located close to schools, shops, The Mount Gambier Hospital and the centre of town. Unit 2 – 3 bedrooms, main with WIR and ensuite, built in robes in remaining 2 bedrooms. Gas cooking, dishwasher, ample cupboard space, gas ducted heating, under cover outdoor entertaining, low maintenance gardens.
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Sale 47 Berkefeld Road, OB Flat $289,000 - $309,000 Open by appointment
4/121 Wehl Street North, Mt Gambier 3 $175,000 Open by appointment
Rental 14 DeGaris Street, Mt Gambier $395 P/W Available: 10/03/2021
37 Tweed Crescent, Mt Gambier $299,000 Open by appointment
1 Duigan Street, Mt Gambier $349,000 - $369,000 Open by appointment
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75 Gray Street, Mt Gambier $380 P/W Available: Now
59 Lake Terrace West, Mt Gambier 3+ 3 4 H&B Offers by 26th March (unless sold prior) Open by appointment
5 Suttontown Avenue, Mt Gambier $399,000 - $419,000 Open by appointment
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Sale 15 Alfred Court, Beachport $800,000 Open by appointment
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61 Cafpirco Road, Compton Highest & Best Offers Open by appointment
FACT Fish & Chip Shop, Mt Gambier POA Open by appointment
13 Alfred Court, Beachport $350,000 Open by appointment
9 Wattle Street, Mt Gambier $499,000 - $549,000 Open by appointment
Water Front Cafe at the Jetty, Beachport $200,000 + Stock Open by appointment
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Hairhouse Warehouse, Mt Gambier POA Open by appointment
20 Seventh Street, Millicent $198,000 Open by appointment
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Lot 2, 4, 5 & 6 Southend Access Road, Southend $180,000 each Open by appointment
Property of the week Stylish, spacious and full of potential – not your average family home
Sale 67 Kirip Road, Glencoe $365,000 Open by appointment
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Ray White Mt Gambier 2A & 2B Mitchell Street Mount Gambier SA 5290 (08) 8724 7405 firstname.lastname@example.org raywhitemtgambier.com.au RLA 291953
5 Highland Drive, Mt Gambier. Open by appointment
$349,000 - $369,000
This brick property is split over two levels with a secure double car garage and balcony at the rear. Located close to the Mt Gambier & Districts Health Service & Marketplace. The central living room features wide front facing windows, ceiling fan & ducted gas heating. The kitchen offers timber cabinetry with ample storage & modern s-steel appliances including a d/washer, double sink, and built-in wall oven. The family room accesses the balcony and offers lots of windows and benefits from reverse cycle a/c. A master bedroom offers a ceiling fan and has an updated WIR and ensuite. The backyard leads to an undercover entertaining area & a rumpus room, complete with kitchenette with bar.
20165 Riddoch Hwy, Mil-Lel Auction
5 3 2
A rare opportunity to secure 10 acres of land within 5 minutes of Mount Gambier. The spacious ranch style family home has been exquisitely renovated. The master suite is massive with a Walk in robe, new ensuite and parents retreat. French Doors open to a cottage garden perfect for that morning coffee.
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376 Cafpirco Rd, Compton $380,000 - $389,000
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8 MacKenzie St, Mt Gambier $280,000
5.00pm - 5.30pm
Jason Malseed or Jade Martin
3 2 5
3 1 2
14 Dalkeith Dr, Mt Gambier $345,000 - $355,000
Jason Malseed or Jade Martin
5 2 2
Malseeds Real Estate are pleased to announce 14 Dalkeith Drive, a property that will give you room to move for the growing family. The property offers open plan living, dining, large kitchen as well as 4 bedrooms all with BIR + 1 study/extra bedroom.
Affordable Large Family Home!
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1 Wehl Street South, Mount Gambier 08 8724 9999 98 George Street, Millicent 8733 1989
SERVICING THE GREATER LIMESTONE COAST + WESTERN VICTORIA
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Wendy 0468 692 993
Sam 8724 9999
4 2 6
Selena 8724 9999
Jason Malseed or Jade Martin
Courtney 8724 9999
6 Colins Crt, Robe $79,000 - $82,000
3 1 1
456 Schinkels Rd, Kongorong Auction 5th March at 12pm
11.00am - 12.00pm
4 1 6
Jason Malseed or Jade Martin
Jade 0421 383 368
11 Lasiandra Crt, Mt Gambier $245,000 | Offers Considered
154 - 156 Suttontown Rd, Suttontown Auction Sat 10th April 12pm
5.00pm - 5.45pm
Wendy Flint or Sam Malseed
4 1 1
Kathy 8733 1989
Kelli 8724 9999
7 Eight Mile Creek Rd, Pt MacDonnell $350 P/W
Tanya 8724 9999
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26 Derwent Crt, Mt Gambier $269,000 - $279,000
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25 O’HALLORAN TERRACE, MOUNT GAMBIER
OPEN Saturday 6th 10.00am - 10.45am $275,000 - $285,000
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Beautifully presented & renovated throughout Three good size bedrooms – all with BIR’s
Large shedding, studio, 2nd toilet & workshop Under cover pergola with weather blinds
Modern family home overlooking parkland 4 Bedrooms - Master with ensuite & WIR
High ceilings, chandeliers, ornate high ceilings Updated open plan kitchen/living area
Spacious & open Kitchen/dining/living space Reverse cycle air conditioning & s/c wood heating
Hideaway retreat Gazebo with pot belly & tranquil fish pond
Multiple living areas + dedicated office Designer kitchen with butler’s pantry
Kitchen with 5 burner gas cooktop, electric oven Second living area or formal dining space
Graeme Cleves | 0419 806 410
Graeme Cleves | 0419 806 410
Graeme Cleves | 0419 806 410
11 GEORGE STREET, SOUTHEND
4 IRVEN STREET, PORT MACDONNELL
OPEN Saturday 6th 1.00pm - 1.30pm $449,000
COMPLETE COASTAL RETREAT!
$399,000 - $429,000
BEAUTIFUL COASTAL LIVING!
Transformed 4 bedroom stone home Two living areas + ducted air con system
Spacious home with beautiful front & rear deck Master bedroom with WIR & ensuite
Rainwater & bore water available Located approx. 1.2km from Rivoli Bay
18m x 9m c/bond shed with workshop & loft Huge undercover entertaining area
Generous open plan living, dining & kitchen Large shedding + studio office space
Stunning place to call home or holiday house with B & B potential (over 2 points)
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Bianca Taylor | 0407 613 346
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RLA 263 296
RURAL RUNDOWN Getting the job done in all weather Giving farmers the ability to plan Traditionally cattle farmers across Australia have been dependent on the weather being right to work on cattle, with work only happening when conditions allow. The work is planned around the weather and when inclement weather occurs cattle work is deferred incurring cost and inconvenience or is done in the rain causing unsettled beasts and unnecessary health risks. Farmers with Spanlift Yard Covers enjoy the flexibility of planning their week to their own schedule with minimal impact from the weather. Spanlift’s curved yard covers reduce spooking, protect equipment, yards & animals and creates an ultimate working environment. Using only Australian made products, Spanlift handles your project every step of the process, from the quote to design, from council approvals to construction. Some things to consider when looking at a new yard cover that Spanlift can assist with in the design: • Natural lighting where you need it most • Building over existing pens with minimal disruption
• Gable infills, angled skillion covers and part walls to suit the sun angles at your site • Provision for loading facilities • Extra height in truck access areas • Column protector systems to prevent animal bruising • Gate hinges welded onto columns as suited • Water discharge and collection to suit your site layout Every farmer knows that the layout of his yards is crucial to the handling of his animals. Spanlift have developed customised engineered solutions with minimal impact on your yard layout, gateways and raceways. With every piece of structural steel being fully hot dip galvanised and the shed frames having a 50-
year warranty it brings an added comfort to the investment. We can help you with a building design to suit your yards, manage stormwater, ensure suitable cover is achieved without sacrificing airflow and accommodate future expansion plans. Something to keep in mind - all Spanlift’s sheds and rural buildings have a fully hot dipped galvanised steel frame and with clear span from 12m – 60m, they can cover just about everything coming with a vast range of options including wide bays or varying bay sizes, roller & sliding doors, open sides or ends, roof only structures. The options are endless in being able to design something to meet even the toughest of requirements.
Contact Spanlift on 1300 234 321 or visit our website www.spanlift. com.au to discuss your shed requirements and arrange your free on-farm appointment to assist
with the design of your new rural structure. To check out videos of some completed projects go to http:// www.youtube.com/c/SpanliftAust.
Nampara Angus 2021 SALE RESULTS
Clearance rate - 74/74 • Top Price - $40,000 (Lot 3, Nampara Junior Q148 purchased by Trevor and Terese Hall, Quarterway Angus, Tasmania) • Average price - $12,817
RURAL RUNDOWN Not all ryegrasses are created equal How you can work out which variety is best suited to your farming enterprise There is an endless selection of public and proprietary ryegrasses available on the Australian market. So how do you sort out which variety is most suited to your farm and grazing enterprise? Forage is the backbone to any grazing enterprise and is the key profit driver. Making the wrong choice can substantially limit your businesses ability to maximize its earning potential. Separating out the differences between varieties can be complex but there are some key fundamentals which can help you make better choices when planning your next pasture renovation program. With ryegrass there are many different types available, being annual, Italian, hybrid and perennial ryegrass. These all have a different fit depending what you are trying to achieve on farm but the key fundamentals on how they feed animals and what drives animal performance is the same principle across all types. Animal grazing performance is influenced by forage quality, quantity on offer and digestibility which all drive animal intake. The more an animal can eat and digest in one day, the higher daily growth rates will be. Big bulky stemmy pastures might win the total dry matter yield race but grazing performance will be affected due to low quality (metabolizable energy available) and high fibre which impacts
the animal’s ability to have high feed intake. It physically can’t eat enough because the fibre content is too high. The most logical conclusion therefore is to have the highest quality feed available, although this is only part of the equation. Having high quality, but a low dry matter yield will result in a low stocking rate and will impact overall economic performance. So some aspects to consider when selecting a ryegrass variety are its forage quality/leafiness, dry matter yield, flowering date, aftermath seeding habit (this can impact quality and animal intake) and its potential persistence capability. The other important factor in driving animal performance is grazing management. It is no good if we grow a great pasture and then under-utilize it and let it go to waste. Poor grazing management can also impact dry matter yield potential and persistence, particularly in hybrids and perennials. Cropmark Seeds have been breeding ryegrasses for over
twenty years, and have a philosophy of only commercializing the highest performing varieties, which are selected through intensive on-farm trialling and in-paddock grazing evaluation in Australia and internationally. A number of Cropmark Seeds varieties include: Zoom tetraploid annual ryegrass - one of the most successful annual ryegrasses in the market. A +16 day heading date gives Zoom up to a 3 week longer growing season compared to Tetila types. Rapid establishment with high
autumn, winter and spring yields lends its self to multiple grazing’s and silage or hay cuts. The high forage quality leafiness of Zoom supports high animal performance and stocking rate to maximise economic success. Zoom is an ideal replacement to older Tetila style of annual ryegrasses. Dash tetraploid annual ryegrass - a new release from Cropmark Seeds. Dash is a densely tillered late season annual with a heading date of +24 days. This makes Dash over a whole month later than Tetila types. This added flexibility can result in higher stocking rates for longer and gives the ability for multiple silage or hay cuts. It is very fast establishing with high winter growth rates and is late heading into spring, ensuring high dry matter yields. Dash’s leafy and densely tillered style ensures high quality with excellent palatability and animal performance. Matrix diploid perennial ryegrass - has shown to be one of the most persistent perennial ryegrasses on the market. Being very densely tillered and containing the standard endophyte makes Matrix a strong year-in year-out performer. Very high winter yields
and strong early spring growth ensures high dry matter yields. Matrix has a heading date of +23 days compared to Nui ryegrass, which extends quality grazing later into the spring compared to other varieties. Cropmark Seeds’ focus on feed quality in its plant breeding and selection program ensures Matrix has high quality (metabolizable energy and digestibility) to support strong animal performance. To look at the whole portfolio of Cropmark Seeds’ varieties and species visit our website at www. cropmark.com We’re also on Facebook so you can see what we’re up to out and about in the countryside. For specific specialised advice contact one of our Territory Managers: • Adam Sheedy, Eastern Victoria, Northern New South Wales and Queensland - Ph: 0428 132 096 • Bruce Hume, Western Districts Victoria, South Australia and Tasmania - Ph: 0427 607 375 • Sven Koljo, Northern Victoria and Southern New South Wales Ph: 0429 375 452
Mount Gambier Market Report - SHEEP & LAMB Numbers doubled as agents yarded 2466 lambs and 414 sheep to total 2,880 head overall. These sold to the usual field of trade, processor and restocker buyers across a generally good quality offering of mainly heavy lambs where pricing remained strong as most sales were from 800c to 850c/
kg cwt with restockers paying above this for lambs to grow on. Light lambs to the trade sold to $138 as restockers sourced most lambs in this category as they paid from $83 to $127 for lighter types and from $151 to $187/head for those with more conditioning. Trade weight 3 score lambs made from $164
to $185 as the heavy pens sold from $188 to $217/head. The extra heavy selection were selling from $218 to the market high of $238/head. Light sheep returned from $110 to $138 with the heavy pens making from $130 to $182/ head. Rams sold from $55 to $80/head.
Hamilton Market Report - SHEEP & LAMB
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WEDNESDAY Agents yarded 16,039 lambs at Hamilton last week. It was another excellent offering of quality trade lambs with a little more weight than the previous sale. There was a full contingent of processors and restockers, except for one major supermarket. Restocking competition increased as there were more suitable lines on offer. Restockers came from Shepparton, the south east of
South Australia and local areas in a sale that was softer over most categories by $10 to $15/head in places and lambs back to the paddock were firm to dearer. Light 12 to 18kg lambs on offer made from $100 to $168/head, averaging from 850c to 1,400c/ kg cwt with most of these lambs returning to the paddock. The light trade weights 18 to 22kg sold from $155 to $190/head, to
average from 800c to 850c/kg cwt. The medium trade weight lambs 22 to 25kg made from $170 to $222/head, to average from 800c to 850c/kg cwt. Heavy trade weight lambs 26 to 30kg and over made up to $260/head, to average from 760c to 800c/kg cwt. The best woolly lamb made to $220 and the shorn lambs to a top of $268/head. The 3 score hoggets made to $204/head.
Mount Gambier Market Report - CATTLE Numbers eased a little as agents yarded 703 head of liveweight and open auction cattle. These sold to the usual array of trade and processor buyers along with feeder and restocker orders. Quality was mixed with something to suit all buyers with pricing remaining similar to the week before. Vealer steers to the trade sold from 452c to 486c with the vealer heifers making from 428c to 470c/kg. Feeder buyers sourced vealer steers from 444c to 470c whilst heifers made from 426c to 461c/kg. Yearling steers to the trade made from 405c to 432c with similar heifers selling from 370c to 410c/kg. Feeder orders sought steers from 400c to 455c as heifers sold from 373c to 475c as restockers turned steers back out from 420c to 470c/kg. The grown steers and bullocks were of mixed quality as the trade sourced supply from 350c to 406c with feeder support from 376c to 404c/kg. Grown heifers sold from 360c to 382c as manufacturing steers made from 300c to 365c/kg. Heavy cows made from 290c to 330c with the lighter types selling from 220c to 308c with feeders also active to 308c/kg. Heavy bulls sold from 258c to 275c with the lighter selection selling to a top of 355c/kg.
RURAL RUNDOWN Fit for purpose
Glatz Black Angus 2021 SALE RESULTS
Innovative equipment for Australian farmers
Clearance rate - 59/59 • Top price - $20, 000 • Average price - $13,660
Lancaster Black Simmentals 2021 SALE RESULTS Clearance rate 57/59 • New top price - $19,000 (Lot 9 sold to repeat buyers S & R White, from Queensland QLD) • Average price - $7741
Hamilton Market Report SHEEP & LAMBS THURSDAY Agents yarded 10,504 sheep at Hamilton last week, a decrease of 2,215 head. It was another mixed offering of sheep, with around half presented being Merino’s and the balance crossbreds. All weights and grades were available. All the regular buyers were in attendance with the exception of one major exporter. All presented were very active in a sale that was very strong to be $15 to $20/head dearer over all categories and more in some places especially in the light 1 and 2 score sheep. Light weight one and 2 score sheep sold from $98 to $142/head to average between 640c and 700c/kg cwt. Medium weight 3 score sheep sold from $140 to $184/head averaging from 680c to 710c/kg cwt. Heavy Merino ewes sold from $200 to $223/head, heavy Merino wethers made from $180 to $230/head. Heavy crossbred ewes sold to a top of $245 /head averaging from 580c to 620c/kg cwt. The general cost of mutton to be around 680c/kg cwt. Hoggets sold to $200/head. Terminal ram sires sold to $85 and Merino rams made to $112/head
Naracoorte Market Report SHEEP & LAMB Numbers eased slightly as agents yarded 6998 lambs and 1398 sheep to total 8396 head overall. These sold to the usual array of trade and processor buyers with a number of active restocker orders also present. Quality was good with a large number of heavy and extra heavy lambs coming forward with only a few light weight types suitable for the trade as restockers competed strongly here. The lamb market was slightly easier then the previous week. Light lambs to the trade sold up to $122 with restockers sourcing light lambs from $96 to $142 as they paid from $151 to $188/head for those with more conditioning.
Trade weight 3 score lambs made from $166 to $190 as the heavy lambs sold from $188 to $220 with most lamb sales here ranging from 800c to 840c/kg cwt. Extra heavy lambs were well supplied as they sold from $214 to the market high of $274/ head. Hoggets made from $74 to $126 for lighter weights with the heavy types selling from $138 to $220/head. Light ewes sold from $106 to $129/head. Medium weighted ewes made from $125 to $156 with the heavy selection returning from $155 to the market high of $220/head. Wethers made from $126 to $210/head. Rams sold from $96 to $145/head.
Gendore Group source and import specialist agricultural equipment from around the world, bringing innovation to Australian farmers through a national network of local dealers. The group’s managing director, Derek Genoni, says the company looks for international machinery solutions that suit Australian conditions. “It is important that farmers have the tools they need to get the most from their operations, including niche, specialised gear that does the job well,” he said. “Animal production, for dairying or meat, requires smart equipment solutions that are designed to deliver optimum flexibility, cost efficiency and, importantly, safety. If you invest in machines that are multipurpose, save time and resources, then you’re going to get the best value from that investment.” Gendore Group distributes equipment via its dealer partners, making international brands such as Alpego Tillage equipment, Taege direct drill seeders, and Keltec round bale slicers, available to Australian farmers. Gone are the days of jumping in and out of the cab to cut and remove plastic and net wrap when feeding out round bales with the Bale Slice, from Irish manufacturer Keltec.
“Keltec’s patented system removes the plastic wrap and netting from the bale while slicing it in half, speeding up feeding to maximise productivity while reducing costs,” said Mr Genoni. “For an average sized farm, using this system can easily save up to two hours per day in peak feeding times.” The patented grab, cut and removal system is controlled by one double acting hydraulic service. The blade cuts through the bale from the bottom up, meaning that both halves of the plastic wrap are the same length, ensuring that it doesn’t get caught and dragged into the cut feed or wagon.
“Cutting the bale also means that mixing of forage wagons is easier, with reduced mixing time and horse power consumption, saving both fuel and time,” he continued. “The ultimate solution to plastic and net contamination in your TMR.” For more information about the Gendore range and to find your nearest dealer, visit gendoregroup. com.au ABOVE: Keltec’s Bale Slice cuts from the bottom so both halves of the wrap are even lengths, ensuring tails don’t get caught and dragged into the cut feed or wagon.
Eliminate the need for multiple earthmoving tools MAXI Scrapers from another New Zealand manufacturer, HW Industries, make on-farm earthwork easy and more efficient. The custom-built scrapers are available in a range of capacities from 3.5-15m3. All models employ the same simple process to cut land, filling the scraper in less than 20 seconds. According to Gendore, the strong but lightweight machinery design is a real point of difference for operators. “The way HW’s MAXI Scrapers are custom built means they are the most flexible on the market, essentially combining a digger, dump truck, grader and scraper all in one simple, easy to use machine,” Mr Genoni said. “The build quality, weight and usability of MAXI Scrapers means they are easy to maintain and service.” Two different drawbar options are available, either standard
trailed drawbar, or a unique two point linkage trailing system that allows the digging/scraping depth to be set by the tractors linkage arms, which results in a simpler scraper with less moving parts. The size of the Scraper that can be used only depends on the tractor’s horsepower. “Operation is simple, just
hook up the drawbar, attach the hydraulic hoses to the connections normally used and it is ready to go. It’s simplicity of use means all your earthwork jobs are a breeze.” ABOVE: MAXI Scrapers are a digger, bulldozer, grader and trailer in one, easy to use solution.
Naracoorte Market Report - CATTLE Agents yarded the slightly smaller number of 649 head of live weight and open auction cattle. These sold to a large field of buyers with the trade, feeders and restockers all present and active however with the small number some had trouble accessing supply. Quality was mixed at best with the better pens receiving strong demand in another dearer sale. Yearling steers to the trade sold from 360c to 470c as similar heifers made from 365c to 478c/kg. Yearling steers to feed on returned from mainly 420c to 466c with the heifer portion selling from 355c to 446c/kg. Grown steers and bullocks were in short supply as they made from 360c to 411c with both the trade and feeders active as grown heifers selling from 325c to 390c/kg, Manufacturing steers sold to a top of 360c/kg. Heavy cows were making from 290c to 330c with the lighter types selling from 230c to 291c/kg. Cows to feed sold to 318c/kg. Heavy bulls were mainly making from 256c to 280c/kg.
Things change... I first met my partner Donna seventeen years ago. I only realised how long it had been just then when I did the Maths. That’s a long time. I’ve noticed recently that things have changed quite a lot during that time. One of the things that really highlighted that to me recently was Donna’s attitude to my Lifestyle1 articles. A few weeks ago I wrote an article on how Donna is not very skilled at identifying when a conversation is finished and then exiting the conversation. The time this is most obvious is when we run into someone she knows down the street and we stop for a chat. We always seem to remain talking to this person past the point where there is anything left to talk about.
I was expecting a reaction from Donna. Maybe a thankyou for identifying one of her weaknesses and setting her on the path to becoming a better version of herself. Donna never even read the article. Through the early years of my hilarious Collected Stupidity articles, Donna hung on every word of genius that I committed to the pages of Lifestyle1. But over the last couple of years we’ve reached a point where she very rarely reads them at all. As if the lack of interest in her loving partner is not bad enough, the fact she missed a valuable learning opportunity on this occasion is particularly disappointing. As part of the article I’d offered some valuable tips on how best to extricate oneself from social encounters at the shops. This is one of many changes between us over the period of our relationship. In general Donna used to find me hilarious. I used to say things that were witty and clever and she would rock her head back, open her mouth wide and laugh with obvious enjoyment. I still say things that are witty and clever now, because I’m a real character, but Donna no longer laughs at them. Generally she simply looks at me with a disinterested expression. At some point she lost her sense of humour. This causes obvious issues as I start to doubt (very briefly) whether I’m actually funny any more. Generally I’m able to remind myself that Donna had children and when the children came out
she lost her sense of humour. My theory is that the sense of humour is located in the uterus in women. Another change is the fact that Donna and I used to understand each other really well in the early
years of our relationship. We could almost read each others’ minds at times. I’ve found recently that we don’t really have that connection anymore. Sometimes when we get into bed at night I say, “Are you
thinking what I’m thinking?” and she says, “No.” Other things that we don’t have the same opinion on is the eight hundred Robbie Tansel Village Idiot of the Year books in dozens of boxes throughout our bedroom. My theory is that if I self-published a second book it would be much easier to sell copies of the first book. I think I’d look like a much more legitimate author if I had two books, leading to bigger sales. Donna thinks that if I published a second book I’d mysteriously die in my sleep (from having a pillow held over my head). A significant area of difference has developed in our attitudes to food. With me, decisions around food are based on, does it taste good. For Donna decisions are based more and more on, is it good for me, my children and that moron who still thinks he’s funny. I don’t have a problem with people making food healthy after they’ve taken care of making sure it’s tasty, but tastiness has to come first. Clearly I’m in the right on this one and food decisions should be based only on how deliciously salty/sweet/fatty the item is. But getting Donna to see my point of view simply doesn’t seem possible. I’d love to be able to agree with her, but then we’d both be wrong. I guess we’ll see if she reads this article, won’t we. If you have any relationship advice, email me at robbietansel@ gmail.com
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Softball teams finetuning ahead of 2020/21 finals series The morning catch up game between Demons and Warriors Blue was the first game of their double header with Blue coming out victorious when the mercy rule was invoked in the fifth innings 13-6. Demons had their bats going early putting three runs up on the board in the first innings care of a triple to right from Montana Millard who was then scored by Rhiannon Mathers’ single to left. Cody Manning, as well as Jorja and Kelly Morale hit safely before the innings was ended by a fly ball catch. Catcher Daena Wombwell for Blue threw out Bella Morale stealing and carried over that confidence to the batting box recording two safe hits. Blues showed team batting form scoring four runs in their first innings off of Demons gun pitcher Montana Millard. Angela Queale and Bec White picked out walks before saf hits to Leyna Bruggemann, Nicole Vause, and smiling assassin Mel Chuck. Demons swung some changes with Kelly Morale coming into pitch and she battled hard despite some uncharacteristic fielding errors from her team. Skylea McLean hit a sharp single for Blues then backed up in the second game with a great catch at rightfield off of the bat of Millard who ended the day with three hits in the first game and another three in the second for Demons. Kelly Morale was tagged out sliding into home after two hits, Manning two and both Jasmin Clarke and Jorja Mason had a safehit each showing the depth of the Demons batting line-up. Blues were solid in the field making the outs generated which freed up Bruggemann’s bat as she finished with three hits including a triple and a double. Blue’s Chuck continued with her great voice and steady glove at first base and had two safehits. The second game of the double header saw Demons win via the mercy rule 11-1 over Blues. Blues struggled to get safe hits although had some base runners
as a result of several Demons fumbles. Blues were not able to absorb the pressure Demons put on their field and seven errors resulted as Bruggemann started to tire having pitched both games. Demons long ball hitting was on show via Montana Millard and a huge triple to Hayley Burner. Mackenzie Millard got the Blues infield working but was too fast, running out two well placed bunts. Montana Millard pitched well for Demons amongst her great hitting form, Bella Morale had a safehit in the first inning, Manning one in the last when Demons piled on five runs. Sharna Beck had two safe hits and two RBIs, and Jorja Mason also had two hits building her confidence with every at bat. Jorja Morale and Holly Watson had back to back hits in the third. Blues White continued her excellent batting form with two hard hit singles, and apart from Kelly Doyle and Justine Koop’s safe hits, the Blues had no answers in the batting box despite regularly putting the ball into play. Blues will be hoping to improve on this next week when they face Concordes White as the finals series approaches. Wanderers came out firing in their match against Warriors White, who were without pitcher Taylor Wilsmore this week. Erin Chaplin was their pitcher and it didn’t take long for the hot bats of Wanderers to hit the scoreboard, as they came out firing putting on three
runs in the first innings. Rej Smith was on the mound for Wanderers and retired the Warriors side for no runs in the first two innings, despite a single to captain Sarah Polderman and a double to Erin Chaplin. Wanderers added on in the second with two more runs thanks to three consecutive singles to Jo Hart, Em Hart and Smith. Warriors finally hit the scoreboard in the third, with Clare Chaplin hitting a huge double to leftfield. At 5-3 it was a tight game but Wanderers showed why they are in finals contention, as they put their foot down and recorded six safehits in the next two innings, including a massive triple to Em Hart, who ended the day with four hits. Warriors fought hard until the last innings but wanderers remained solid in the field, holding Warriors to four and running out winners, final score 10-4. Concordes White and Concordes United played out an entertaining match with plenty of hitting, as White looked to get some good at bats in leading into the finals. United were without regular pitcher Dana Jones, so Sarah Thomson stepped up and pitched for the first time in her long softball career. She was excellent over four innings, only walking three for the duration and giving the batters plenty to think about
with her off speed variation. Concordes White batted exceptionally well however, with Elysha Collins and Emily Sutherland both recording four hits apiece, with Collins racking up four RBIs for the game as well. Jo Hopgood, Billie Jones and Sam Brown all had three. Allana Jones was a handy inclusion for United as she hit safely twice and shared outfield duties with Leonie McCallum, who marshalled the outfield like a boss for United for the first three innings, taking four catches despite having to cover a massive amount of territory. White scored consistently in every innings, and in the end ran out easy winners, however the game showcased everything softball is about, with great sportsmanship, encouragement and lots of laughs the order of the day. RESULTS Catch up game Warriors Blue 13 (L Bruggemann 3, M Chuck, D Wombwell 2, A Queale, N Vause, S McClean) d Demons 6 (M Millard 3, C Manning, K Morale 2, H Watson, J Morale, R Mathers, I Morale, J Mason, J Clarke) 27/2 matches Concordes White 20 (E Collins, E Sutherland 4, B Jones, S Brown, J Hopgood 3, K Altschwager, M Sutherland 2) d Concordes
Varcoe caps off big week with a win in 2-4-2 competition The Millicent Bowls Club held their weekly 2-4-2 competition on Thursday, with 31 players taking to the greens and because of the odd number three teams of triples were required. The winning team this week saw the pair of Derek Lindh and Peter Varcoe take home the money with a very good score of 36+20, in second place was Andre Reinders and Neil Whelan with a score of 34+25. Other winning teams were
Robby Chambers, John Scudds 33+4, Peter Dunnicliff, Judy Lowe 32+14, Eddy Hann, Terry Barnes 32+6, a triple of Garry Wilson, Peter Hyland, John Drew 31+1 and a drawn rink with the teams of Ian Kuchel, Frank Cooper and Andrea Radley 21+0 playing Mac McDonald and David Reichelt 19+0. Tournament director Derek Bowering reminded all bowlers to ensure all mats and jacks are locked away as some bowlers
after finishing practice have been leaving the box unlocked. The Men’s and Ladies Veteran Singles are to be played on Wednesday, March 10. The sheet is out for names of those who wish to play and markers are also required. 2-4-2 WINNERS: (Right) Peter Varcoe & Derek Lindh. 2-4-2 RUNNERS UP: (Far right) Andre Reinders & Neil Whelan.
United 2 (A Jones 2, B Von Duve, S Thomson); Wanderers 10 (E Hart 4, R Smith, J Hart, L Little 2, F Finch, S Moretti, B Bonney) d Warriors White 4 (S Polderman 3, C Chaplin, E Chaplin, B White, K Anderson); Demons 11 (M Millard 3, Mc Millard, J Mason, S Beck 2, I Morale, C Manning, H Burner, H Watson, J Morale) d Warriors Blue 1 (B White 2, K Doyle, J Koop) KEY PLAYERS: (Above left) Daena Wombwell; (above right) Emily Sutherland; (below from left) Sarah Polderman; Bella Morale & Clare Chaplin.
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The Millicent Basketball Association has created its own history in the inaugural Limestone Coast Basketball Competition taking out both the men’s and women’s title of the regionwide competition. The Millicent Magic hosted the finals series last month, with the new style league created because COVID had stymied the opportunities for the usual interassociation basketball throughout 2020. The host association won a close tussle with the Mount Gambier Lakers in the Men’s title decider, while it was one way traffic in the women’s grand final with the Lakers no match for the Magic girls. Millicent made its way to the title decider courtesy of a comfortable semi final victory over Bordertown, while the Lakers had a tougher outing against Keith to eventually advance with a 12 point win. The Lakers Men were without the injured Braiden Ousey, while Kyle Tipene and Toby de Witwere also unavailable due to Pioneers commitments. Millicent was also affected by the Pioneers, with veteran star Erik Burdon unavailable for the Magic. Eventual grand final MVP Josh Murphy proved the difference in the eight point victory for the Magic, getting the job done at both ends of the floor, while Duncan Reid, as he was in the semi final as well, was the pick of the Lakers. Keith’s Jordan Robertson was named season MVP along with Murphy. Millicent’s 50 point victory over Naracoorte in the semi finals was an ominous sign for their opponents, the Lakers, who snuck past Keith with a 12 point semi final win. And in the end, the Magic were also far too good in the title decider, with Emily Winter and Jasmin Howe controlling the game and leading Millicent to a 35 point victory. Winter was named grand final MVP for her 30 points, while Howe, who put up 22 points of her own in the decider, was named joint season MVP with Lakers’ Sarah Ritter, who was the pick of the Mount Gambier players in the final, scoring 16 points. FINALS RESULTS MEN’S COMPETITION SEMI FINALS Millicent 81 (K. Bradley 21, A. Schultz 16, F. Bradley 14) d Bordertown 60 (T. Leigh 17, J. Grosser 11, J. Hinge 10); Mount Gambier 72 (D. Reid 23, S. Stafford 19, S. Lock 17) d Keith 60 (J. Robertson 21, P. Makin 14, N. Robertson 10) CONSOLATION FINAL Keith 62 (J. Robertson 21, A. Inness 11) d Bordertown 45 (T. Leach , R. Tink , K. Fuentes 8). GRAND FINAL Millicent 65 (A. Schultz 15, K. Bradley 14. J. Murphy 13) d Mount Gambier 57 (D. Reid 15, S. Stafford,
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M. Berkefeld 11) WOMEN’S COMPETITION SEMI FINALS Millicent 87 (J. Howe 22, L. Denton 16, E. Winter 13) d Naracoorte 37 (Z. Grigg 12, E. Edwards 9); Mount Gambier 57 (C. Hunter, M. Horrigan 11, N. Facey 10) d Keith 45 (S. Lubcke 18, D. van Kalken 9). CONSOLATION FINAL Keith 56 (S. Lubcke 14, D. van Kalken 14) d Naracoorte 43 (S. Miles, E. Edwards, Z. Grigg 10).
GRAND FINAL Millicent 90 (E. Winter 30, J. Howe 22) d Mount Gambier 55 (S. Ritter 16, O. Wormald, N. Facey 8) MEN’S CHAMPIONS: Millicent Magic won a tight tussle with the Lakers. WOMEN’S CHAMPIONS: Millicent Magic dominated the inaugural Limestone Coast Basketball competition.
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Andrea Pegler was a strong winner in the par competition last Wednesday when 39 ladies took to the Attamurra course in calm conditions for the third round of the Summer Salver. After nine holes, Pegler was square with the card but stepped up a gear to record four pars on the back nine to finish four up. Lorraine Stratford and Heather Teakle (pictured above) both played steady games to finish one up but Stratford’s back nine afforded her the runner up position with Teakle finishing third on a countback. Jennifer Van Rijthoven led the nine ball run down winners who needed a score of one down or better. The special prizes for the day were for the second shot on the 17th hole and the winners were
Jennifer Van Rijthoven in A grade, Di O’Donnell in B grade and Gail Stephenson in C grade. Heather Barry was the most accurate on the 8th hole to claim the pro shot prize. The final round of the Summer Salver will be played on April 7. A stableford competition on Saturday saw seventeen ladies participate and the in form Jennifer Van Rijthoven was again in the winner’s circle finishing with 38 points. A strong finish was a big feature of her score which included eight pars in her round. One shot further back was Penne Saffin who claimed the runner up prize with 37 points. Saffin’s accuracy paid dividends on the 8th and 16th holes claiming prizes for both holes. Kerry Pedlar, Lyn Hudson, Vicki Clark, Di O’Donnell and Sharran Waters were the ball run down winners.
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Final round of senior cricket while junior grand finalists decided RESULTS BARBER SHIELD (TWO DAY MATCHES) West Gambier v North Sportsman’s West Gambier 1st innings 126 (R. Crute 27; C. Prior 26; J. Geddes 19; J. Blackwell 18; D. Kenny 4/33; T. Young 3/39) North Sportsman’s 1st innings (in reply) 4/27 (J. Schutz 11; N. McInerney 2no.; M. Johnston 1no.; S. Willis 2/16; J. Cornolo 2/9) South Gambier v Penola Penola 161 (M. Smith 39; L. March 29; J. Schulz 27; L. Jones 25; J. Mullan 22; J. Opie 6/49; R. Drenthen 2/58) South Gambier 1st innings (in reply) 4/49 (D. Somerfield 22; M. Waters 3/23) East Gambier v Mil Lel East Gambier 225 (A. Hentschke
71; T. Younghusband 54; L. Von Duve 22; C. Little 21; N. Walters 3/69; L. Gibbs 3/52; D. Williamson 2/27) Mil Lel 1st innings (in reply) 0/4 CROUCH SHIELD (TWO DAY MATCHES) Yahl v West Gambier Yahl 1st innings 144 (L. Gray, T. Clarke 26; C. Biddle 3/25; S. Hughes 3/39; S. De Jong 2/35 West Gambier 1st innings (in reply) 3/34 (J. Judd 12no.; A. Crouch 2/5) Mil Lel v South Gambier South Gambier 1st innings 121 (D. Vine 33; E. Geary 24; J. Stephens 23; J. Smith 4/18; D. Bachmann 3/43) Mil Lel 1st innings (in reply) 8/118 (L. Powell 30; B. Deans 28; D. Bachmann 27; J. Shanks 3/23; D. Vine 2/11) Penola v North Sportsman’s North Sportsman’s 1st innings 115
(M. Saunders 46no.; A. Barry 22); A. Maidment 6/11;B. Maney 3/33) Penola 1st innings (in reply) 2/69 (B. Merrett 45no.) COX BROS SHILED Gambier Central v Tarpeena Tarpeena 1st innings 220 (no batting details available; J. Risely 7/77) Glencoe v Mil Lel Glencoe 1st innings 9/271 (P. Pollifrone 90; M. McGrath 59; I. Freebairn 32; H. Smith 3/24; B. Hann 3/52) JUNIOR CRICKET SEMI FINALS O’DONOGHUE SHIELD East Gambier v West Gambier West Gambier 1st innings 113 (A. Hill 49no.; J. Prior 14; W. Von Stanke 11; R. Flamank 3/18; J. Bryant 2/12; J. Sullivan 2/6) East Gambier 1st innings 6/114 (A. Creasey 34; L. Turley 25ret.; O. Bennett 15) East Gambier advanced to this week’s grand final South Gambier v Millicent Millicent 1st innings 7/182 (C. Baker 68no.; J. Cushion 29no.; J. Moody 2/9) No South Gambier innings details available. HALL TROPHY South Gambier d Penola Penola 58 (J. Sharman 13; C. Gartner 10; E. Geary 4/14; C. Lockwood 2/3; J. Salmon 2/2) South Gambier 1st innings 5/60 (Z. Shanks 19ret.; E. Hunter 2/10; J. McCarthy 2/6) South Gambier advanced to this week’s grand final. Millicent v East/North Gambier
No details available. SIMS SHIELD Mil Lel Green d East Gambier East Gambier 1st innings 91 (R. Lucas 23ret.; J. Bald 17; E. Hunt 16; E. Clark 15; H. Virtanen 3/9; T. Virtanen 2/6) Mil Lel Green 1st innings 8/103 (H. Hicks 23; R. Grigg 16ret.; H. Virtanen, A. Allen 10; E. Hunt 2/21) Mil Lel Green advanced to this week’s grand final. Millicent d North Sportsman’s North Sportsman’s 1st innings 7/36 (no batting details available; R. Lindner 2/2; L. Robbins 2/0) Millicent 1st innings 1/46 (M. Hunt 14ret.; R. Lindner 11no.; no bowling details available) Millicent advanced to this week’s grand final. BEST PERFORMERS: (Top left) Gambier Central’s Jason Risely took the best figures of the round with his 7/77 in Cox Bros Shield action at the weekend; (bottom left) East Gambier’s Alex Hentschke’’s 90 was the best score of the Barber Shield action at the weekend and has put East in a strong position in its clash with Mil Lel; (above) North Gambier’s Declan Kenny snared 4/33 in the reigning champion’s clash with West at Malseed Park.
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SEMI FINALS LADIES PENNANT DIVISION ONE Port MacDonnell 56/14 d Millicent Red 50/0; Mount Gambier RSL Red 56/14 d Penola 26/0 DIVISION TWO Naracoorte 47/12 d Naracoorte RSL 39/2; Robe 42/14 d Penola 38/0 DIVISION THREE Beachport 55/14 d Mount Gambier 27/0; Penola 55/12 d Robe 38/2 OPEN PENNANT DIVISION ONE Naracoorte 95/14 d Mount Gambier RSL Red 57/2; Mount Gambier 80/15 d Mount Gambier RSL Blue 50/0 DIVISION TWO Mount Gambier Red 85/16 d Naracoorte RSL 54/0; Mount Gambier RSL 83/14 d Naracoorte 74/2 DIVISION THREE Nount Gambier RSL 87/14 d Millicent Red 62/2; Lucindale 89/14 d Naracoorte 46/2 DIVISION FOUR (SOUTH) Robe 67/14 d Mount Gambier RSL 57/2; Beachport Red 91/14 d Beachport Blue 73/2 DIVISION FOUR (NORTH - RD 15) Kalangadoo 81/16 d Penola 54/0; Frances 81/12 d Lucindale 65/4; Naracoorte RSL 68/14 d Naracoorte 67/2
All about the siblings Reid brothers & Winter sisters the stars of Round 12 Panthers bounced back after their first loss of the season with a win against the Cougars in last week’s round of South East Coast Basketball League (SECBL) matches. Kyle Tipene and Tobi de Wit went head to head, de Wit with a solid night finishing with 24 points however it was 25 points from Tipene and the win that took the honours on the night. Bulldogs Blue kept their finals hopes alive with an impressive win over Cats, handing Cats their second loss of the season. The game was in the balance with two minutes remaining however undisciplined play from Cat Conall Schultz led to a technical foul which gave Bulldogs the momentum they needed to hold on for victory. Jed Telfer for Cats led his side with 18 points while Cats clearly missing the inside presence of big man Josh Murphy. Simon Berkefeld continued his good for Bulldogs finishing with 25 points. Bulldogs Red continued their
high scoring ways defeating the bottom placed Roos, with Shaun Lock and Duncan Reid combining for 58 points for the Bulldogs. Roos veteran Mark Bachmann had a night out with 30 points however his Roos side could not generate enough defensive stops to give themselves a chance. In the women’s competition, Bulldogs/Roos (Roodoogs) came away with an impressive 24 point victory over the undermanned Cougars. Claire Hunter had 17 points to lead her side and was well supported by young gun Macey Griffith (11 points). Keryl Ousey led all scorers with 20 points however it was not enough against a Bulldogs/Roos side that was desperate for victory. Panthers gave themselves a chance in their contest against the top placed Cats through the play of their back court tandem of Johanna Jones and Tara Bryant, each using their speed and perimeter play to create openings.
Cats had all the answers, though, behind a combined 50 points from sibling trio Emily, Georgia and Alana Winter and held on for a six point victory. RESULTS MG PLASTERERS SECBL MEN Bulldogs Blue 65 (S Berkefeld 24; M Berkefeld, J Jenner 14) d Cats 57 (J Telfer 1;, C Schultz 12; F Bradley, F Grimes 8); Bulldogs Red 106 (Shaun Lock 33; D Reid 25; T Reid 18) d Roos 72 (M Bachmann 30; B Jolley 17; L Jones 7); Panthers 65 (K Tipene 25; O Thomson 17; J Bryant 11) d Cougars 53 (T de Wit 24; M Withers 18; J McGregor 6) MG PLASTERERS SECBL WOMEN Cats 74 (E Winter 25; G Winter, H Nitschke, A Winter 10) d Panthers 68 (J Jones 21; T Bryant 18; A Duncan 14); Bulldogs Roos 57 (C Hunter 18; M Griffith 11; M Reid 8, S Wrightson 8) d Cougars 33 (K Ousey 20; M Horrigan 7; A Beveridge 3)
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Mount Gambier Cycling Club takes over motorcycle track Round five of the Mount Gambier Cycling Club Summer Series saw riders line up at McNamara Park in a graded scratch race. Four grades - A,B,C,D - offered for some fast racing around a circuit better known for motorcycle racing. A and B grade were first in the starters hand. In A grade, professional cyclist Josh Harrison, from team Giant let his presence known in the bunch, with Nick Kidman applying pressure from start to finish. Ash Herrwyn settled in early, however, the continuous surges saw him distanced from the main peloton. Mathew Opperman and Niel Van Niekerk held their own, doing their fair share of the work, only to succumb to Kidman and Harrison’s relentless pace. Harrison led into the final turn of the course, with Kidman planning a last ditch effort to roll Harrison; only to leave it too late, with Harrison claiming the win, with Kidman second and Opperman third. B Grade saw South Australian Sport Institute rider Tess Wight establish early on that she would be one of the stronger riders in the bunch containing Matt Fiegert, Mark Wight, Bruce McLaughlin, Phil Stasiw, Malcom Tirrabassi, Riley Hill and Rowan Kruysse. Tess established an early lead and
found herself in no man’s land eventually returning to the main group of riders. With almost 40 minutes of intense pace and swapping off turns Kruysse showed that he had the legs to win, burning off the diesel engines of Tirabassi, Mark Wight and McLaughlin; whilst leaving Matt Fiegert and Stasiw scratching their heads. Tess Wight and young Mount Gambier Cycling academy rider Hill rounded out the minor placings. A combined C and D grade race saw riders scrambling from the start line. In C grade a mix of young up and comers including Harry Opperman, Jami Buckley, Mark Brooksby and Aaron Dally along with more senior riders John Cranwell, Chris O’Donnell, Spek Peake, Mike Bakker, Dave Deland and Shane Fiegert. Cranwell and Peake had their game face on showing their true form, whilst Deland elected for the side line after Brooksby, O’Donnell and Bakker lit the track up in the finishing laps. Young guns, Harry Opperman and Jami Bucklley saw the Saturday’s training clinic take its toll on their legs finishing outside the main placings. First going to Cranwell, second to Peake with up and comer Brooksby rounding out third.
In D grade young gun juniors Emma Van Niekerk, Freya Miller and Molly Opperman joined the more senior riders and initially found cover early on behind Dan Harpham. Damian Buckley showed that he had recovered from his recent fall at the velodrome and gapped the main bunch early on. Harpham eventually found his legs
gapping the trio of Emma, Freya and Molly. Damian Buckley put the after burners on establishing himself as the strongest rider on the day taking out first place. Molly and Freya worked relentlessly coming within eyesight of Harpham who eventually finished second. Both girls left to fight it out for third in a sprint. Molly taking it out on the line
with Freya fourth and Emma fifth. RACING AT MAC PARK: (Above top) The Mount Gambier Cycling Club riders wait for the start; (above bottom left) Nick Kidman looks to stay in touch with Josh Harrison but (above bottom right) just falls short as Harrison crosses the line first.
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Rugby league offering come ‘n’ try opportunities in the Limestone Coast
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Round five action after heat forced cancellation of round four After week four of the Table Tennis Summer Season was cancelled due to extreme heat, teams resumed hostilities in week five. The A Grade saw Mac’n’Tosh record a convincing 8-3 victory over Four Donkeys on the back of all too familiar undefeated singles performances by the ever reliable Jantosh brothers, Josh and Chandler. Katrina McPhee performed strongly for the opposition, also coming away with a clean sheet on the night, alas it was not enough to carry her team over the line. McPhee and Kevin Patzel got the Donkeys off to the best possible start with victories in their respective opening singles rubbers before the Jantoshes flexed their muscles and assumed control of the match, inspiring their team to win 8 of the remaining 10 rubbers. In the other A Grade match of the night, Boom Shakalaka had a much tougher task in overcoming Leighmonzz 7 rubbers to 5. Ward Freeman got Boom Shakalaka off to a winning start against his Leighmonzz opponent Harry Childs before Justin Hutchesson levelled things
up with victory over David HarrisJones in four tightly contested games. The teams went toe-totoe for much of the night in their singles rubbers, however it was in the doubles where the victors proved too strong. Highlights of the night included hotly contested five game battles between the Boom Shakalaka pairing of Ben Newman and Robin Pellen against Leighmonzz’s Leigh Barry and Andrew Moore, Newman and Barry also featured in the other 5-game doubles rubber, this time partnering Freeman and Justin Hutchesson respectively. For the victors, Barry and Hutchesson recorded clean singles sheets on the night. Week five’s B Grade matches saw Iron Filings record a comfortable 9-3 victory against the Revengers, whilst Turn It Up were made to work harder for their 7-5 result against The Tweakers. Kuncheria Luka and Mike Hosszu were dominant for Iron Filings, whilst Turn It Up’s Tony Elletson and Luke Bremner also put on a masterclass performance. Unfortunately for their respective opposition teams
there were not many highlights. Unfortunately, both C Grade matches produced lopsided results, The Fireballs accounting for the Blue Goblins 8 rubbers to 4 whilst the Snowballs barely raised a sweat in their easy 10-2 win over Griffins. Fireballs player Max Jantosh’s tense 5-game tussle against Blue Goblins player Andrew Baldock providing one of the few highlights of the night, both players showing a fine balance of power and deft spin and placement on the table. In the end it was Jantosh’s youthful energy that proved the difference, the future star showing massive improvement since his first competitive match only a few weeks ago, now winning both his singles rubbers. Snowballs players Campbell Fox, Chris Turner and Brandon Malin all came away undefeated in their singles rubbers, whilst for their Griffins opponents Jedda Hardcastle was the only player to record a single victory. Hardcastle also paired up with Angus Billing for a close 5-game victory in the doubles against the Campbell Fox/ Chris Turner combination.
Two rubber winners: • A Grade: Josh Jantosh, Chandler Jantosh (Mac’n’Tosh), Katrina McPhee (Four Donkeys), Leigh Barry, Justin Huchesson (Leighmonzz). • B Grade: Tony Elletson, Luke Bremner (Turn It Up), Kuncheria Luka, Mike Hosszu (Iron Filings). • C Grade: Campbell Fox (pictured above), Chris Turner, Brandon Malin (Snowballs), Tom Horrigan, Max Jantosh (Fireballs).
Central hold off determined Tigers League leaders battle hard to remain undefeated In the early Division 1 game between Tigers and Central it wasn’t until the third inning before the first runs were scored. As the away team Central batted at the top of the inning with lead off batter Koby Chant on board after his infield hit resulted in an error and Kyall McLean also on base from a fielder’s choice. They were both batted in by Nathan Meinck who hit safely to centrefield. Tigers tied the game up in the bottom half of the inning. Levi Morton punched a hit into leftfield followed by a base on ball to Matt Thompson. Brayden Morton’s long hit to centrefield scored Levi Morton and Jesse Foster’s texas-leaguer to leftfield helped Thompson home. Dylan Chuck, in the top of the sixth for Central picked a walk and ventured across the plate on Alex Ridding’s infield hit which resulted in a wild throw. Central, in the top of the eighth, put the game beyond doubt when Dylan Gull clubbed a two-bagger to centrefield while next batter Alex Ridding drew a walk. Chant’s thumping hit to deep centrefield allowed both of those runners to add to the score. Tigers remained scoreless from that point giving Central a five run to two win. Central had six safehits, two walks, four RBI, one K, left six runners on base and made no errors. Tigers had seven safehits, three walks, two RBI, three K’s, left
six runners on base and made three errors. In a very one-sided late game between South Indians and Federal the game was never in doubt from the get go. South batted first and Damien O’Dine (below) singled and scored on Dean Hamilton’s infield hit that attracted a wild throw. Hamilton then scored on Ben Morale’s hit to centrefield that resulted in error. The Indians added five runs in the top of the third when consecutive safehits from Bruce Morale, Hamilton, Ben Morale, Alex Lewis and Jesse Balshaw saw all of those runners batted in with Balshaw batted in by Travis Lockwood (above right), who was the sixth batter in a row to hit safely before their inning came to an end. The Demons only reply came in the bottom of the third
when they scored their only run for the game. Alex Pearson hit safely to centre-field and scored on Alex Reppin’s safehit to the outfield. From then on the game was all South, South, South. Two more hits in the next inning from Bruce Morale and Hamilton saw both of them batted in. Three more in the sixth after Lewis drew a walk and then safehits t Balshaw and Lockwood saw all three cross the plate with only Lewis being batted in, the other two crossing the plate on an error. South finished off the game in the seventh by scoring a further five runs all unearned. Hayden Battye took a liking to the pitching and singled followed by Lewis, Balshaw and Tarkyn Morale, who all ended up on the diamond due to infield errors, and Ryan Placucci was hit by the pitcher. Only Balshaw, Morale and Placucci were batted in from a huge hit by O’Dine. The mercy rule was invoked when Federal failed to close the gap in the even inning with South runaway victors 17 runs to one. South had 16 safehits, one walk, one hit batter, 11 RBI, five K’s, left 11 runners on base and made three errors. Federal had six safehits, one walk, one RBI, seven K’s, left nine runners on base and made 11 errors. RESULTS Division 1 Central 5 (Jordan Aston 2, Nathan Meinck, Dylan Gull, Koby Chant,
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The Millicent Bowls Club recently held the grand final of the Men’s Championship Pairs. The games leading up to the grand final were played in January with 20 teams taking part in the competition which were played over 15 ends. After four elimination rounds there were two pairs left in the competition, Peter Scanlon and John Buhlmann facing off against Peter Varcoe and Andre Reinders.
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The grand final was played over 18 ends and for the first nine ends it was a neck and neck battle, the score sitting with the Scanlon and Buhlmann pair 10 shots to Varcoe and Reinders pair nine shots. By the 17th end, with only one end left to play, the score sat at Scanlon and Buhlmann, leading by three shots, 19 to 16, going into the last end. With one bowl left to play by the Varcoe and Reinders pair the
score was tied, with them holding three shots, and then a perfectly delivered bowl by Peter Varcoe, who drew his last bowl, gave them four shots to win the game by one shot, and the title of 2021 Pairs Champions. MEN’S PAIRS CHAMPIONS: (Right) Peter Varcoe & Andre Reinders. MEN’S PAIRS RUNNERS UP: (Far right) Peter Scanlon & John Buhlmann.
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Touches: Wayne Hann 4, Shaun Osmond 3 (Bedford Butterflies) Graham Fennell 3 (The George) 3, Andrew Dodd (Tant Tigers) 3, Phil Hunter (Somery Seniors) 3, Pete Johns (Try Hards) 4, Janet Watson (Birdies) 3, Geordie Whennen (Maccas) 3, Jamie Vearing (Grand Hotel) 4. Winners: BLUE DIVISION: Bits & Pieces (Graham Watson, John Shelton, Deon Howell, Jim Greenfield ) defeated Lions Rams 28+9, Try Hards 28+9, Max’s Four 28+4, Awesome Foursome 27+1, Somery Seniors had a draw with Mossies on 17. RED DIVISION: Jack Attack (Frank Cooper, Ian Kuchel, David Nuske, Will Wimshurst) defeated Rovers 29+3, Untouchables 28+15, Sparkies 28+6, Grand Hotel 28+2, The George 27+4. WHITE DIVISION: Beanz Team ( Ted Hamilton, Arthur Vernon, Rhonda Slape, Ian Slape) defeated Lions Roar 28+8, Gizzies Crew 27+4, Scrappers 26+4, X Factor 25+3. Night bowlers will be able to play on a Sunday, March 14, as they are welcome to join other bowlers for the Royal Flying Doctor’s fund-raising day with a 1pm start. Names to be in by 12.30pm. You can join as your night bowlers team or just single entries and we will find a team for you. Twelve South East Senior Tennis players enjoyed tennis at Blue Lake Sports Park last month in good conditions. Trish Douglas took out te ladies event from Jill Kamphius, with Bill Chapman winning the men’s event from Bob Brown. The next event will also be held at Blue Lake Sports Park on March 21 at 11am.
RED DIVISION WINNERS: (Top right) Will Wimshurst, Frank Cooper, Ian Kuchel & David Nuske BLUE DIVISION WINNERS: (Centre right) Deon Howell, Graham Watson, Jim Greenfield & John Shelton WHITE DIVISION WINNERS: (Bottom right) Arthur Vernon, Ted Hamilton, Rhonda Slape & Ian Slape
Attamurra players reign supreme at Blue Lake A field of 69 South East golf veterans turned out at the Blue Lake links and both divisions were won by Attamurra players. Dashing Davie Douglas had 40 points in First Division and the evergreen Peter Edwards had 40 in Second Division. Runner up in first division was Terry Chant, of Millicent, who parred the course, woth three birdies, three bogies and 39 points. Doug Robbins was third with 37. Derek Bowering, the captain was second in Diision Two, winning the countback from Ian Todd, of Robe, with 38 pts. NTPs were won by Terry Chant and Robbie Ellis, with the Ross Orchard Trophy going to Alan Chalk and Wayne Peters. The ball rundown was rather high, being 33 or better. The AGM is being at Attamurra, on March 15, the only Ambrose competition in the season. Members are encouraged to attend.
VETERANS TENNIS WINNERS: Bob Brown, Jill Kamphuis, Trish Douglas & Bill Chapman
Agars in hot form Silver Salver round one winner set to face the handicapper After the cancellation of the third round of the Summer Trophy last last month due to extreme weather conditions and in line with the women’s heat policy it was back to business last Wednesday at the Blue Lake Golf Club to play the first round of the Metro Bakery & Café sponsored Silver Salver. The mild weather and well manicured fairways once again saw some excellent scores posted for the par competition and none other than Division One’s Sue Agars with an awesome +5, equating to 42 stableford points, and will certainly be having a drop in handicap when facing the handicapper before her next outing. Agars’s scorecard included 7 pluses, 9 halved holes and 2 wipeouts to win the play of the day and the top voucher. Agars didn’t stop there, she also won the NTP 2nd shot on the long par 3 16th hole and also the pro-shot on the 5th rounding out a perfect day on the green. Runner up Ronda Edwards was
not far behind carding +2, her scorecard identical to Agars with the exception of a birdie 2 on the 2nd but with 4 wipeouts making the difference. Helen Stratford followed with +1 that included 6 pars and unfortunately 5 wipeouts. Women’s president Beryl Mahoney was back in the Division Two’s winning circle with a credible score of +2 playing consistent golf. The front nine score of +2 set the scene with playing to her handicap on the back nine. Runner up, secretary Vivienne Wilson was close on the heels of Mahoney, signing for square on the front nine and +1 on the back nine both having 6 pluses in total. Trudy Herbert claimed third prize playing to her handicap signing for square, 1 down on the outward nine and plus 1 on the incoming nine. Lynette Hirth was very happy to win a ball for her division’s NTP second shot on the par 16th hole. The club wishes good luck to the 14 women going to play in the annual Southern Ports Tournament this week.
This Wednesday’s competition for those at home is the monthly medal/stroke/count putts and the first round of the Collins Court Butcher sponsored Captain’s Trophy.
ABOVE: Division One podium - Helen Stratford (3rd), Ronda Edwards (2nd) & winner Sue Agars and Division Two podium - Trudy Herbert (3rd), Vivienne Wilson (2nd) & winner Beryl Mahoney.
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