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ISSUE 873 - March 17, 2021 | THE LIMESTONE COAST AND SOUTH WEST VICTORIA | 08 8724 7111 | www.lifestyle1.net

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ABOVE: Nine year olod Mia Richardson sang the national anthem at the 2021 Matthews Petroleum Mount Gambier Pacing Gold Cup.

Going for gold Crowds embrace cup meeting

They were busy making sure their premier event went smoothly but Mount Gambier Harness Racing Club officials couldn’t wipe the smile off their faces with racing back at Greenwald Paceway

on a Saturday night and the crowds there to support the event. Favourite Highway to Heaven enjoyed an all the way win for the Lee family. See inside for full story

Cindy’s slice of heaven For Cindy Cross, when she moved to Compton, it never really felt like home until she started creating the garden. “When you move somewhere new, it doesn’t feel like home until I plant that garden and make it my own,” Cindy said. And not only did building her potager style garden ensure the property felt like home, it also inspired her new career, The Post

and Rail Cooking and Gardening School. “I was sitting there one evening with my fiancé Matt, looking around at what was now a beautiful space and said, not only does it feel like home but I know what I want to do with my next career step,” Cindy said. It was an idea that allowed her to combine her two passions - homegrown produce and

homemade food –and sharing that passion and her knowledge with others. She is now set to open her gates to the public as part of the SA Open Gardens scheme at the end of this month so anyone can visit the haven she has created at 7 Bill James Ct in Compton. See inside for full story


Parading their pride & joy Limestone Coast hosts inaugural State Title

Mount Gambier’s Peter Zukaukas walked away with an array of awards, including being judged the top van at the inaugural South Australian State Titles hosted in Mount Gambier earlier this month, attracting vans from South Australia and Victoria. Money raised from the event is headed to the Royal Flying Doctor Service. The inaugural event was organised by Ali and Rod Slotegraaf from Naracoorte. TOP VAN: Peter Zukauskas (Mount Gambier) 1960 FB Holden Rob Burns Memorial Trophy: Roger Johnston (Mount Gambier) 1960 FB Holden OTHER TOP 10 VANS: • Jason Robertson (Nairne) 1976 HX Holden • Bendt Rasmussen (Penola) 1963 EH Holden • Bob Mueller (Tanunda) 1977 Ford Escort • Steven Smith (Salisbury Heights) 1977 HX Holden (Yellow) • Rod Slotegraaf (Naracoorte) 1978 HZ Holden Delivery

• Paul McCormick (Hillcrest) 1976 HX Holden (Green) • Paul Bartolo (Hillbank) 1977 CL Chrysler Drifter Paul Davis (Mount Gambier) 1968 HR Holden (Hearse) SHOW & SHINE Democracy (People’s Choice) Peter Zukauskas (Mount Gambier) 1960 FB Holden Vanners Desire (Van Entrants Choice) Michael Foord (Norlane) 1971 XY GT Ford Blue Badge of Honour (Most Popular Ford) Debora Woithe (Callington) 1976 XB Ford Lions Pride (Most Popular Holden) Allan Marshall (Mooroolbark, Victoria) 1967 HR Holden Hot To Trot (Most Popular NOT Holden/Ford) Paul Bartolo (Hillbank) 1977 CL Chrysler Drifter The Preque (Most Popular Pre HQ/XA) Peter Zukauskas (Mount Gambier) 1960 FB Holden

New Millennium (Most Popular Van 2000+ ) Aaron Waterman (Broadmeadows, Victoria) Holden Commodore Delivery Can’t Get Enough (Most Popular Large) Michael Foord (Norlane, Victoria) 1971 Ford Beach Babe (Most Popular Small) Bob Mueller (Tanunda) 1977 Ford Escort Born Again Virgin (Most Popular Stock Original) Pierre Millard (Mount Gambier) 1975 Ford F100 Camper Pimped (Most Popular Mild to Wild Custom) Rod Slotegraaf (Naracoorte) 1978 HZ Holden Delivery Afternoon Delight (Most Popular Interior) Peter Zukauskas (Mount Gambier) 1960 FB Holden Van Candy (Most Popular Paint) llan Marshall (Mooroolbark, Victoria) 1967 HR Holden Street Art (Most Popular Murals) Steve Smith (Salisbury Heights)

1977 HX Holden All Worked Up (Most Popular Unfinished) Brad Cross (Salisbury) 1983 Holden Gemini I Am Woman (Most Popular Ladies Van) Trisha Vanzuyden (Langwarrin, Victoria) 2005 VZ SS Holden Sandman Good Vibrations (Longest Distance Travelled) Joe Radings (Emerald, Victoria) 1980 HX Holden (485 kms) Mexican Marauder (Most Popular from across the Border) Greg Landner (Eltham, Victoria 1963 EJ Holden BEST OF THE BUNCH: (Above left) Bob Mueller, Rod Slotegraaf, Paul Davis, Roger Johnston, Bendt Rasmussan, Pierre Millard (representing winner Peter Zukauskas), Paul McCormick, Jason Robertson, Paul Bartolo & Steven Smith, pictured with the winning van (also pictured above top right)

PHOTOS COURTESY OF DARREN ARCHIBALD (TURN8 PHOTOGRAPHY).


When a picture paints a thousand words Local photojournalist shares a snapshot of 2020 in new exhibition “We had a lady in this morning who checked out the photos and as she worked her way down the photos she was crying. I didn’t expect a reaction like that. It was amazing.” Confession coowner Sam Johnston was able to share that story even before the exhibition being housed at Mount Gambier’s newest café was unveiled last Friday night. Titled F#!k Covid, the exhibition is the work of freelance writer and photographer Kate Hill, tapping into her former life as a photojournalist to track six weeks of the early days of COVID in 2020. “It all started with the Fringe last year,” Kate said. “I was supposed to be the official photographer and when everything was going down and lockdowns and restrictions were looming, I attended a meeting of the organising team just to capture what decisions were being made.” That meeting started with events still being planned and details being finalised and then the Scott Morrison press conference that banned gatherings hit the screen

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and arguably the most powerful photo of the exhibition – a devastated Monica Hart realising the entire 2020 program would have to be shelved – basically kickstarted Kate’s photographic project. “You just knew it was going to be part of history and that’s why I was taking the photos,” she said. “As soon as I took that photo I just knew this was going to be an incredible time in our lives and so I spent six weeks photographing how this community reacted to COVID and all it meant. People invited me to come to things to take photos and anyone I approached was happy to be involved – no one said no.” Kate even followed a bride to the church. “I saw the wedding car driving down the main street and I chased her and when we got to the church I just asked if I could take some photos,” Kate said. “She was happy to be involved – I was the seventh person there.” She estimates she took around 100 photos with a handful then

making the cut for the exhibition. “I chose the ones that were a little bit different,” Kate said. “I was sick of seeing Zoom meetings and people talking face to face on their phones and empty shelves in supermarkets – we saw enough of that.” The exhibition is hung in timeline format, starting at the rear of the café and then working its way back to the entrance and Kate believes she saw a perceptible shift in attitude to life with COVID just after the halfway point of her six week project. “It went from doom and gloom and people being upset and angry to accepting this is now normal, this is life now – it was a big shift,” she said. “People just started to adapt and move on. You could

see the shift in attitude and people just realised they had to be resilient. I think the fact Australia was doing so well compared with so many other places in the world contributed to that. People actually started to find gallows humour in the whole thing.” For Kate, her COVID camera work was a throwback to her former career as a photojournalist – a role that appears to be a victim of the shrinking media landscape. “Twenty years ago it was a career and I think it’s a shame we are losing the art of visual storytelling,” she said. Kate is also set to liaise with the Mount Gambier History Group to have the collection saved for posterity. “It’s a historical record for Mount

Gambier’” she said. “It was such an incredible time to be alive.” Kate came across her photographic efforts a few weeks ago and decided enough time had passed for people to be more responsive to looking back to the challenges of 2020 and so put the final exhibition collection together with the help of Hurst Camera House and Framing Solutions. The exhibition runs until April 19. VISUAL STORYTELLING: (Above) Mount Gambier freelance photographer & writer Kate Hill at her new exhibition at Confession. CRUSHING BLOW: The photograph that started it all as the realisation hits that there will be no 2020 Fringe Mount Gambier.


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or Cindy Cross, when she moved to Compton, it never really felt like home until she started creating the garden. “When you move somewhere new, it doesn’t feel like home until I plant that garden and make it my own,” Cindy said. And not only did building her potager style garden ensure the property felt like home, it also inspired her new career, The Post and Rail Cooking and Gardening School.

“…I feel like we found our little piece of heaven….” “I was sitting there one evening with my fiancé Matt, looking around at what was now a beautiful space and said, not only does it feel like home but I know what I want to do with my next career step,” Cindy said. It was an idea that allowed her to combine her two passions - homegrown produce and homemade food –and sharing that passion and her knowledge with others. It is more than two years ago she started running classes including sour dough bread making, the art of risotto and arancini, creating a stunning three course meal, pastry making, preserving, wood fired pizza, pasta making and gluten free baking. “It has just gone from strength to strength,” Cindy said. “In the first year it was about finding my niche and sorting out what people wanted.” And Cindy clearly found what works. Her four hour classes involve heading into her stunning potager garden to harvest some fresh produce, then there’s the instruction in the kitchen and then – arguably the best part – sitting down together as a class to enjoy the food, maybe with a glass of wine. Cindy understands that cooking classes can seem daunting but she is about not just showcasing local,

seasonal produce and creating delicious dishes, but teaching home cooks clever hacks and the easy way to create some incredible food. “You want people to be able to incorporate what they learn into their own lifestyle,” Cindy said. “I don’t teach people the long way to do things, people don’t have time for that – I teach the easy version. People are amazed when you teach then cooking methods that allow them to do things quickly and easily. The classes are very hands on and everyone gets their hands dirty.” And Cindy has a similar approach to the gardening side of the business – an aspect to The Post and Rail to which she brings more than 25 years of horticulture to the table, has an Advanced Diploma of Horticulture and has been part of the ABC’s talkback gardening show for more than 15 years. The Post and Rail came about courtesy of a cyprus log from Glencoe – her fiancé constructed the fence around the potager garden and that inspired the name. “It hasn’t got a screw or nail in it, he made it from scratch,” Cindy said. “I don’t believe you should

Austins, as well as a number of the floriferous Red Riding Hood rose, perennials, hedges and a collection of young deciduous trees selected for their autumn colour. And you can experience all The Post and Rail has to offer when Cindy opens the gates to her stunning property as part of the South Australian Open Gardens scheme on March 27 and 28, opening 10am to 4pm on both days. Cindy is also going to share her expertise courtesy of two demonstrations each day, one at 11am and one at 2pm, focussing on preserving and plant propagation. The two days will also have a market feel with plant stalls, as well

“… it doesn’t feel like home until I plant that garden and make it my own ….” shove your garden or orchard in a corner or behind a shed. We added an archway and some flowers and herbs in there and it is just beautiful.” The five acre property boasts a silver birch-lined driveway that leads to the modern sandstone home set in two acres of garden and is framed by rolling hills and a pine tree plantation. There are sweeping lawns, beds of roses including 40 David

as showcasing other local artisans with pottery, jewellery, weaving and art and some food stalls. “I figure there is more than enough sunshine to go around and I love showcasing other local artisans and will enhance other people’s experience too,” Cindy said. Proceeds from the weekend will go to the Anti-Cancer Foundation Mount Gambier branch. “It is always nice to support local

causes,” Cindy said. But perhaps most importantly, it is another opportunity to spread her gospel of how easy it is to grow your own produce and how easy it is to create delicious food with that produce. “I just want to share how wonderful to grow your own produce and how easy it is to grow a lot of things, even in a small space,” she said. Heirloom vegetables certainly hold a special place in Cindy’s philosophy – the gorgeous colours, the delicious taste and the fact not having been genetically altered, they are actually more resistance to pests and disease. There are also a number of fruit trees including some that are rare, and a collection of unusual citrus, with a small hot house used for propagation and a ‘home-made’ wood fired pizza oven. When it comes to both the gardening and cooking classes, which usually appear as a combination regardless of the theme, Cindy is all about inspiring people to transfer the skills she shares to their every day life. “Most of what I teach gives people the permission and confidence to have a crack at things,” she said. “Every time I do a class, we spend time in the garden and time in the kitchen. Imagine making a loaf of sourdough bread and using herbs from the garden and then what could be better than creating a bruschetta with fresh tomatoes still warm from the sun.” The Post and Rail is not the first

time Cindy has combined her horticulture expertise with her love of food – she was the brains behind Amber Ridge, her Apsley farm shop, café and nursery, that was a Mecca for food lovers across the Limestone Coast and South West Victoria. “I was just doing what I loved, combining my horticulture and love of food,” Cindy said. “I had 100 different fruit trees and a garden and was making things from that and it never occurred to me that other people would love it. I wasn’t expecting the café to be so successful but on any given Sunday we could be serving 150 people in our little café in the middle of nowhere on a farm. People kept coming back for good food and hospitality.”

“…I figure there is more than enough sunshine to go around and I love showcasing other local artisans …” After working so hard to develop Amber Ridge, Cindy just needed a break and massage therapy became the next chapter of her life. “But it wasn’t my passion and my heart wanted to get back in the garden and cooking food.” And that’s when the move to Compton and setting up her potager garden happened and, in turn, her gardening and cooking school. “I feel like we found our little piece of heaven,” Cindy said.



Going for gold Crowds embrace cup meeting

They were busy making sure their premier event went smoothly but Mount Gambier Harness Racing Club officials couldn’t wipe the smile off their faces with racing back at Greenwald Paceway on a Saturday night and the crowds there to support the event. “It shows that is we have a meeting on Saturday night and put good money up, people will come and people will travel,” club president Simon Phillips said. The club has enjoyed a strong season, sharing Tuesday night

racing with Port Pirie and it looks like racing will continue until at least June – the longest season the club has enjoyed in living memory – but to see a return to a weekend and a chance for families to enjoy the night was a welcome throwback to pre-COVID racing. The 2021 Matthews Petroleum Mount Gambier Pacing Gold Cup went the way of the New Zealand bred favourite Highway to Heaven who led from go to whoa in the $12,000 event. After a false start the race got

underway and starting on the inside on the first row, Highway To Heaven appeared in control for the entire 2590m. Highway to Heaven started the race a $1.45 favourite and the Marg Lee trained gelding was a class above in what was a family affair with son Jason Lee driving

the winner and Keiran and Annette Lee representing the owners at the presentation. Speaking on behalf of the owners, Keiran was thrilled to have secured the prestigious cup. “Thanks for putting on the race,” he said. “A lot of hard work and a lot of effort goes into it and this is incredible.” The Terang based reinsman was also thrilled to have got the job done. “I don’t get over here often but I always get over here for the cup and it’s always a great night,” Jason said. “All the team at home put in big hours. All the owners have invested in him and it’s good to see him pay them back.” Jason Lee most recently won the Mount Gambier cup when he drove the Matt Craven trained Kimani to the 2018 title – the first time in 45 years a horse had gone back to back in the Mount Gambier Harness Racing Club’s premier event. The night had a carnival atmosphere and also doubled as a Team Teal fundraiser – a campaign that sees female drivers, and in the

case of Mount Gambier, the clerks of the course, Lynda and Wayne Field, wear teal to raise awareness of ovarian cancer. The pony trots girls spent the night rattling the tins for the cause, with all female drivers decked in their teal pants for the night. The national anthem was also a highlight with nine year old Mia Richardson captivating the crowd with her rendition before the main event – the Gold Cup – got underway. The Pony Trots Gold Cup was won by Angus Hinch.

kids in terms of the foods they are eating, that they are getting enough exercise and balancing screen time with physical activity,” Battifuoco said. “It is an educational message but also about getting the kids excited about the upcoming season.”

POWERFUL CONNECTION: (Above left) Suttontown Primary School students enjoyed their Port Adelaide visit; (above from top) Robbie Gray and Zac Butters on a Zoom meeting and Ollie Wines calls a supporter.

SECURING GLORY: (From left) Highway to Heaven led all the way to claim the Mount Gambier Pacing Gold Cup; Annette and Keiran Lee representing the owners & driver Jason Lee. STARS OF TOMORROW: (From left) The Pony Trots Gold Cup podium - Holly Phillips, winner Angus Hinch and Nash Phillips and clerk of the course Lynda Field dressed as part of the Team Teal fundraising campaign.

Virtual power AFL community camp goes online It was whirlwind and virtual but the Port Adelaide Football Club has touched base with its Limestone Coast supporter base for the first time since 2009. Community camps have been a staple on all AFL club’s preseason program but they were just another victim of COVID and the Power players were determined to connect with the Limestone Coast for the first time in more than a decade. The Power AFL listed players spent the day in front of laptops and on their mobile phones as they connected with 16 schools across the morning and then contacted supporters and Auskickers across the afternoon. Port Adelaide Football Club General Manager – Community Jake Battifuoco said the virtual visit was a great success. “It was a really good opportunity

to connect with the region,” Battifuoco said. “It just the uncertain times we live in this year that meant it had to be virtual but we plan, at the appropriate time, to get back to the community, face to face.” Port Adelaide captain Tom Jonas agreed it was important to reach out despite the continued challenges of COVID restrictions. “We’re excited to get amongst the South East community despite not being able to be there physically,” said Jonas. “It’s a beautiful part of the world where we’ve got a large supporter base and considering we haven’t been to the region as a club since 2009, our virtual community camp is well overdue.” Battifuoco said the school assemblies were a lot of fun with the kids really engaged. “We certainly had some Crows

supporters that weren’t too shy in telling us who they support,” he said. “But the boys are always prepared for that.” The school sessions focussed on promoting a healthy lifestyle. “It is really important for our playing group to encourage the



Better late than never Nangwarry artist set to finally open solo exhibition This Sunday marks the opening of Nangwarry based artist Rob MacDonald’s Wire and Paint exhibition – an exhibition 12 months in the waiting after his 2020 event was put on ice when public events screeched to a halt courtesy of COVID. The postponement of the exhibition was just another twist in

the tale for the artist who has had a drama filled life, a rollercoaster of highs and lows centred on sex, drugs and rock ‘n’ roll and a myriad of health issues. Nothing is off limits with Rob as he refuses to shy away from his many mistakes and trying to focus on the positives in his life that now see him at his happiest.

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His childhood was spent growing up in Kalangadoo, the eldest of three sons, where his father and his brother-in-law ran the general store, a family established business. In the late 1950s, they opened a similar business in Nangwarry, running a store that included haberdashery, a bottle shop and deli. The small rural communities became Rob’s haven and whenever his life spiralled out of control, he would return home, often working in the general store, before turning his hand to farm labouring for the past three decades. As a primary school student, Rob was described as “quiet and unassuming” and by his own admission he was academically average. “I did top my Year 7 class but I am not sure if that counts when there were only about a dozen kids in the class,” Rob said. “I also received a newly invented prize which I think was for being nice to a couple of new kids who must have told their parents.” High school was Penola High and while Rob definitely lacked focus, he did start to discover his creative side, through both his writing in English class and his piano lessons with the nuns at Nangwarry. “I was hopeless at playing piano but picked up enough theory to translate to guitar a couple of years later,” Rob said. “I was also complimented on some fiction writing by my English teacher and that got me interested in song writing.” Adelaide beckoned so Rob could complete Year 12, which was not offered at Penola at the time, and so boarding school at Scotch College became his new home as a 15 year old. A mystery

allergy and an introduction to alcohol was the start of a rocky road for Rob. He had to do Year 11 twice and then after struggling through Year 12 returned to Kalangadoo to complete his schooling, with Penola now a Year 12 facility. “I felt out of place, though, at school and home so in the first term I dropped out to join the navy,” Rob said. There was three months at recruit school in Melbourne, a dry dock posting in Sydney, electronics training in Melbourne, a radio base posting in Canberra and then a stint on a destroyer with the first trip being to New Zealand. It is also his time in the navy that saw Rob develop his drug habit and once again the sanctuary of home beckoned and eventually he settled on the family’s Kalangadoo farm. Relationship breakdowns, drinking and depression all continued to shape Rob’s life but a drink driving incident snapped him straight and looking after his family and continuing to record music as a hobby had him back on track. Things changed dramatically again in 2010 when at 55 years old Rob woke one morning with

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an intense ringing in his head and issues with his balance. Nine months of multiple tests ensued but the incessant ringing made life difficult. “It made it impossible to imagine a song in my head and follow it to its next part,” Rob said. And so music – so often his solace – was taken away by the tinnitus and resultant hearing issues. Drawing became his new escape and his partner and others started to notice the scribblings, as Rob termed them, showed promise. “My youngest daughter started to bring me pastels and acrylic paint,” Rob said. So the visual arts became his new creative outlet. It was an encounter with his partner’s sister-in-law Chrissy Pudney, a respected local artist, that kickstarted Rob’s artistic journey in earnest. “She said she could see some of my work in a gallery,” Rob said. “I had never been in a gallery in my life and it was so far off my radar.” Chrissy put Rob in touch with former Nangwarry based artist Dagny Strand and he was quickly fast tracked into a community art project Dagny was overseeing – painting the boarded-up windows of abandoned shops, including his family’s store. The establishment of the Kalangadoo Farmers Market provided another godsend for Rob, who had built up the confidence to show others his work and he headed regularly to the market with a selection of his canvases and other work and once the church was converted to a café, Rob’s work continued to adorn the walls. But it was the influence of Dagny Strand that became pivotal. She introduced Rob to limestone sculpting and he attended the last Limestone Symposium held at the Old Mount Gambier Gaol and also got involved with another of Dagny’s long standing projects – vine sculpture. “I was pulling down an old cyclone wire fence at work and it didn’t take a lot for me to imagine forming this into a frame through which the vine cuttings could be threaded,” Rob said. Sculpting with wire became Rob’s new obsession. “I loved how it could appear delicate and retain a movement that other mediums could not,” Rob said. An ankle injury also saw him work on paintings and that is how the Wire and Paint exhibition was born and 12 months after it was first set to be unveiled, Rob’s work will now be front and centre for all to enjoy. The exhibition runs from this Sunday until May 2 at Penola’s Gallery 54.



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Fringe kicks off in style

Young performer with strong ties to this region In the tradition of Madonna, Cher and Prince, a 15 year old Seaview High School student, with the professional name Chris, took the first tentative steps in her music career, performing at the inaugural Penola Coonawarra Festival at the weekend. The teenager has close ties to the region and being afforded the chance to perform at a festival in a town so close to her family’s heart was an opportunity too good to refuse. Chris’s father Dean Wyly grew up in Penola and her grandmother Jan Wyly still lives in the town. Sadly her grandfather died in March last year - a stalwart of Penola community, who was well loved and respected and Chris’s biggest fan. It was, in fact, on a couple of previous visits to Penola that Chris attracted the attention of the right people, winning the Penola Coonawarra Arts Festival Open Mic in both 2018 and 2019. The family, which also includes older sister Olivia and mum Lorraine, also visits the region annually to attend the Penola Show. Not only is her connection to Penola courtesy of her family but her passion for music is also a family trait. “My dad’s family is musical,” Chris said. “My grandma taught music at Penola High School and played piano and sang at the local dances when she was younger. My Aunty Helen played

“...mum and dad realised I could sing when I was very young and have encouraged me to explore music...”

the trumpet in the Army Band and both my dad and other Aunty grew up playing instruments and developed a love of music.” And it didn’t take long for her parents to realise she had inherited their musical prowess. “Mum and dad realised I could sing when I was very young and have encouraged me to explore music,” Chris said. “I gave my first live performance in Year 7 at primary school to about 400 kids, parents and teachers.” She is now in the special interest music program at Seaview High but can stake a claim to being self taught. “I’ve dabbled with different instruments including flute and piano, but I’ve found formal training stifling,” Chris said. “So I’ve taught myself to play guitar and drums and I have singing lessons and have a fabulous teacher, Katie Elle Jackson, who is a performing Jazz artist.” Also dabbling in song writing, Chris has already gained the attention of the right people, seeing her write and record her first original. “I’ve developed an interest in writing my own songs and this has been supported at school through an artists lounge and funding from Carclew Arts which has enabled

Fringe Mount Gambier has kicked off in style and all this week and into the weekend the diverse program continues. Head to the website and facebook page for all the latest information and how you can get involved. ROCKING THE SIR ROBERT HELPMANN THEATRE STAGE: Local band Chelsea Manor were part of the weekend’s Fringe Mount Gambier performances.

me record and publish my first song on Triple J Unearthed High,” Chris said. Clearly a free spirit, Chris has not pigeon holed herself into a genre or distinctive style at this stage and she continues to develop her skills. “I’m fairly versatile, and love to mix it up,” she said. “I enjoy singing acapella, I’m the drummer for the senior rock band at school and either sing lead or back up, but I like the freedom to perform solo and experiment.” Her acoustic music festival repertoire focussed on a mixture of contemporary covers. The primary school concert aside, the weekend was Chris’s first live performance as a headline act.

Back to school Students get a taste of the Fringe

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It was back to school earlier this month for Riddoch Arts and Cultural Centre representatives promoting for this week’s Fringe Mount Gambier. Mount Gambier North Primary was among a number of schools visited in the lead up to the 10 day cultural feast that launched last Friday and runs until March 21. Students from across multiple year levels were invited to participate in making Magic Fairy Garden Mushrooms, giving them an opportunity to express their creativity. They were provided with resources and given artistic licence to build and decorate a fairy mushroom, in keeping with the 2021 Enchanted Woodland theme. The initiative was part of a program to encourage community creativity and greater appreciation of the arts, while stimulating intereswt in this years’Fringe event and the variety of performances and workshops on offer, including for children and families. The students creations are currently on display in classrooms. ONE ENCHANTED DAY: Riddoch Arts and Cultural Centre representatives Emma Telford, Lisa Priddle and Lily Higgs with students Cooper, Alfie, Kiani, Paw & Jacey at Mouint Gambier Norrth School with their completed fairy mushrooms.


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Successful wage subsidy program extended The Federal Government has expanded its targeted wage subsidy program aimed at trainees and apprentices and the good news is, if the first rollout of the COVID-19 instigated program is anything to go by, in the Limestone Coast it has been money well spent. Group Training Employment field team leader Brad WilsonSmith said there was no doubt the initial Boosting Apprenticeship Commencements (BAC) wage subsidy program, which is now being extended to September 30 this year, has had the desired result in this region. “We are currently running about 280 apprentices which is about 90 up on where we normally sit this time of the year,” he said. “There is no doubt there has been a massive influx because of that funding.” And the good news is, the increase has been experienced across a wide range of industries. “There has been big growth in admin trainees and in hospitality,” Mr Wilson-Smith said. “Also the automotive and building trades.” The first homeowners grants and renovation grants that have also been part of the Federal Government’s economic stimulus initiatives have dovetailed nicely into the apprenticeship program given the volume of work around. “There are slabs going down everywhere,” Mr Wilson-Smith said. “Builders and subcontractors have too much work too handle on their own and the funding has helped them out to be able to put people on – it has definitely helped out.” Mr Wilson-Smith said this region had also thrived given it was largely sheltered from COVID consequences. “A lot of people here worked right through,” he said. “That’s why I feel sorry for the businesses that had to close or work with restricted numbers.” And it’s those businesses that were hardest hit by COVID restrictions that are most assisted by the 50 per cent wage subsidy. Mr Wilson-Smith also believed visits from apprentice and traineeship providers to schools and schools making a bigger effort to encourage and value vocational pathways was seeing renewed interest in the apprenticeship and traineeship space. “We are slowly seeing those changes, where schools are celebrating students who secure apprenticeships and traineeships,” Mr Wilson-Smith said. “School is about getting someone to a level where they can go out and work.” Mr Wilson-Smith certainly values encouraging student to high school to the highest level possible but also stresses that heading to work through apprenticeship or traineeship programs is still further education. “There is further learning required on the job,” he said. “And there are ways now for kids to still complete their SACE while completing an apprenticeship or traineeship – you can still get outcome you desire. I also think kids are realising there are more

“...We are slowly seeing those changes, where schools are celebrating students who secure apprenticeships and traineeships...” Brad Wilson-Smith (GTE field team leader) options than just heading off to university and university is not for everyone.” GTE has also seen results from its inaugural Industry Immersion held with Grant High School students last June. The two day program sees students visiting TAFE, going on site at building projects and in the K & S workshops and also spending a day working hands on through the school’s Doorway 2 Construction program in areas including carpentry, plumbing, brickwork and painting. “It is a chance for them to see if anything takes their fancy,” Mr Wilson-Smith said. That program, which is set down again for June this year, yielded a couple of apprentices in the past few months. Mr Wilson-Smith said demand had tapered off since students had recommitted to the school year but predicted a potential surge

again once JobKeeper winds down at the end of this month. Member for Barker, Tony Pasin said that the BAC has already supported 832 apprentices and trainees across his entire electorate. “Our aim is to provide school leavers and job seekers in Barker with a real opportunity to upskill and reskill through an apprenticeship or a traineeship,” Mr Pasin said. Further information on the support available to eligible businesses and employees is available athttps://www.dese. gov.au/boosting-apprenticeshipcommencements ON THE TOOLS: Braydon Teakle (Barry Maney Group apprentice), Member for Barker Tony Pasin, Kaelan deNys (Barry Maney Group apprentice) and Brad Wilson-Smith (Group Training Employment)

The WDEA Works Foundation has given more than 1.2 million dollars in funding back into local communities. As a community focused, not-for-profit organisation, The Foundation is just one of the ways WDEA Works supports their regional communities. WDEA Works director of Ccommunications and engagement Andrea Hogan, said the Foundation Grants were a wonderful way to help the local communities. “Every year we continue to be amazed by the calibre of applicants and the wonderful programs, projects and events which clubs and organisations are seeking funding for,” she said. “We know 2020 was a tough year so we’re hoping we can provide some relief through these grants; ensuring that projects improving access and opportunity for people living with a disability go ahead.” s To learn more about the WDEA Works Community Grants eligibility and selection criteria or to apply please visit: wdeaworks.org.au/foundation

The WDEA Works Foundation Community Grants are now open, with applications closing on Friday, April 6. The grants are for projects, events or activities which improve access and opportunity for people living with a disability. Community organisations, sporting clubs, and not-for-profits are encouraged to apply for a grant of up to $5000, with a total of $100,000 with of grants available. Since 2004, the foundation has provided grants to assist a range of community projects, including installing disabled toilets to ensure inclusivity, ramps to improve venue access, helping to fund an event trailer for the Greater South Coast Victoria Disabled Surfers Association, a new kitchen for the Great Stupa of Universal Compassion in Bendigo, support for the Centre of Participation’s P21 Learner Driver Program in Horsham, the Passport to Employment program in Colac, and a laptop for the Warrnambool Hospice Volunteer Training Program.

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ARIES

(March 21- April 20) Lucky Colour: Red Racing Numbers: 1-3-6-5 Lucky Day: Friday Lotto Numbers: 1-12-16-25-24-40 There could be some surprises in your financial dealings. Winter cleaning is evident in your life and household. There is some interesting news in your family life.

TAURUS

(April 21- May 20) Lucky Colour: White Racing Numbers: 4-6-5-2 Lucky Day: Friday Lotto Numbers: 4-12-26-36-35-5

There is possible new romance in your life and exciting new people to meet. Finances and work situation is about to expand and more chances to improve your present income.

GEMINI

(May 21- June 21) Lucky Colour: Orange Racing Numbers: 4-6-5-2 Lucky Day: Wednesday Lotto Numbers: 4-12-26-39-8-11 Busy and interesting career moves and many new people to meet in business and work situations. Social life will also improve and some love interest could be created.

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(June 22- July 22) Lucky Colour: Mauve Racing Numbers: 6-3-2-5 Lucky Day: Thursday Lotto Numbers: 6-12-25-40-22-29

Busy time in your love and social life but make sure you are taken seriously when you need it. There will be contacts with some unusual people who can improve your life style.

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(July 23- August 22) Lucky Colour: Red Racing Numbers: 8-9-6-2 Lucky Day: Friday Lotto Numbers: 9-12-26-35-40-45

It could be an uneventful time in your love life and you are longing for some excitement. Money matters should be improving though and some interest in your hobbies increase.

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Some changes are on their way and you might be taken by surprise in your emotional life. Travel could be very much in your mind but getting ready to go is another story.

LIBRA

(September 24- October 23) Lucky Colour: Cream Racing Numbers: 5-6-2-3 Lucky Day: Monday Lotto Numbers: 1-12-15-26-35-40

Big changes could be indicated and more time with interesting friends who could introduce you to someone special. Business is improving and more time for something you love.

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(October 24- November 22) Lucky Colour: Yellow Racing Numbers: 1-3-2-5 Lucky Day: Wednesday Lotto Numbers: 1-12-26-32-20-6

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A member of the family could be instrumental in giving joy to you and others. You could realise the worth of someone close by and more understanding will enrich your life.

SAGITTARIUS

Lucky Colour: Blue Lucky Day: Thursday

(November 23- December 20) Racing Numbers: 4-6-2-3 Lotto Numbers: 1-12-15-29-30-33

Lots more social life and you could be selected to lead something unusual. You could be helping out someone special and in doing so enrich your own life also.

CAPRICORN

(December 21- January 19) Lucky Colour: Plum Racing Numbers: 4-6-9-7 Lucky Day: Monday Lotto Numbers: 7-8-12-26-30-36

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Possibilities to change your whole life style are there its up to you how to react to changes. There are big decisions to make and all situations to be taken into account.

AQUARIUS

(January 20- February 19) Lucky Colour: White Racing Numbers: 4-9-3-2 Lucky Day: Sunday Lotto Numbers: 4-12-25-5-11-3 Not a good time to spend too much money and if any dealings are to be made make sure you get expert advice. On the home front you could be asked to sort out some family problems.

PISCES

(February 20- March 20) Lucky Colour: Peach Racing Numbers: 2-3-5-6 Lucky Day: Monday Lotto Numbers: 2-13-26-35-40-22 This is a very lucky period in which most of your endeavours will succeed. There could be some unusual attraction to unknown things. Travel could be stressful if not planned well. Kerry Kulkens Psychic Line 1300 727 727 |www.kerrykulkens.com.au (call cost: $5.50 incl GST per min. mob/pay extra)

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the past three years and narrow to boot. Order early as again we are fairly booked up with orders already. The 2021 new release roses will hopefully be on our website in the next weeks days and maybe by the time this goes to print - a timely reminder to get your rose and tree orders in for new season’s dormant (bare rooted) stock that can be ordered online at any time or call in to the nursery or ring your order through. Bear in mind that most of our roses are sold interstate now with our huge online presence and massive range of roses, which is one of the biggest if not the biggest range in Australia and with the Covid madness in gardening again we are sold out of many varieties already which is unprecedented. Not many people locally know how much stock leaves our nursery everyday for New South Wales, Queensland, Victoria and lots in to South Australia. For this reason alone it is doubly important if you want to secure any of the new season’s releases to get your orders in soon, as much of our stock is already sold out or close to sold out. More of the information will be in next month’s In the Garden segment in Lifestyle1 as well as on our website www. limestonecoastroses.com.au The Pot Shop part of the business has been busy receiving container loads of glazed, terracotta, sandstone and concrete pots over the past few months and we also need to clear some of those to make more room for more pots. A huge shipment arrived last week and we endeavour to have some massive terracotta pot that have become so unavailable in recent years, along with some huge one off ponds and massive succulent bowls up to one metre across. Some of the terracotta which is all now pre-sealed, so it doesn’t dry out like the old terracotta, has been drastically reduced and with the strength of the Aussie dollar is now cheaper than buying plastic pots. So, come in and browse through the extensive range and pick up a bargain. Much of our giftware, wall art and fountains will also be on clearance, as well as birdhouses, dovecotes etc. as we make room in our gift shop area, which is bursting at the seams, so an ideal time to pick up an early Mother’s Day bargain. We are situated at 167, Bay Road (Riddoch Highway) 1.3 kms south of the Blue Lake roundabout, so we’ll look forward to seeing you.


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Another one bites the dust Critical fundraiser postponed until 2022 Organisers of the Limestone Coast Support Homeless People Luncheon have made the tough call to postpone the biennial fundraiser for a second successive year, pencilling the major event into the 2022 calendar. Given the last time the fundraiser was held, back in 2018, it saw $125,000 handed over to ac.care

to significantly boost its coffers, organising committee chair Barry Stafford (pictured below far left with the committee) said the decision was not taken lightly. “With uncertainty remaining, particularly with state border closures over recent months, we have made the tough decision to postpone the Limestone

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“…fundraising delivered through events such as the luncheon allow us to extend our impact, particularly in helping vulnerable people to overcome or avoid a crisis…” Shane Maddocks (ac.care chief executive officer) the amount raised growing each time, the 2020 event was to be the fourth luncheon and Mr Stafford praised businesses and supporters who continued to make the fundraiser a success. “On behalf of my committee, I thank the management of The Barn Palais, our speaker Melanie Cooper OAM, emcee Rupert McCall AM, our sponsors and the businesses who have purchased tables, provided auction and raffle donations for their understanding and support,” Mr Stafford said. ac.care chief executive officer Shane Maddocks (pictured above) said he understood the decision to postpone the luncheon for a further 12 months, which effectively meant one cycle of the valued biennial fundraiser would now be missed. “We are always grateful for the community support,” he said. However, Mr Maddocks

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highlighted the agency had faced a spike in demand over recent months, which was expected to intensify. “A lack of affordable housing in regional areas, coupled with the winding back of coronavirus supplements for people on JobSeeker, which will be cut further at the end of March, has led to more people in need of our services to maintain tenancies and avoid homelessness,” Mr Maddocks said. That trend could intensify further when the JobKeeper package is wound back by the Federal Government. “Most of our services are government funded, however fundraising delivered through events such as the luncheon allow us to extend our impact, particularly in helping vulnerable people to overcome or avoid a crisis,” Mr Maddocks said. “The luncheon has delivered a significant boost to our funding in the past so that we could do more to help country people and while we understand this event has had to be postponed, like so many others due to COVID-19, we are calling on the community to support their local charity at this challenging time. “It is easy to make a one-off or ongoing donation via our website and we truly value those who choose to back our mission, contributing to our cause so we can do more together to help people in their community.” Although the luncheon has been postponed until 2022, the community can continue to support the work of ac.care in the meantime by making a one-off donation or becoming a regular donor at accare.org.au/donate


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37 Tweed Crescent, Mt Gambier $299,000 Open by appointment

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Tahlia Gabrielli Principal Sales Executive 0438 883 992

Sarah Barney Sales Executive 0438 883 972

Sonya Jones Executive Assistant (08) 8724 7405

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

Hayley Goodwin Naomi Kieselbach Executive Property Assistant Management (08) 8724 7405 0438 883 992

Jess Teakle Property Management (08) 8724 7405

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

Business

Hairhouse Warehouse, Mt Gambier $220,000 + Stock Open by appointment

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Water Front Cafe at the Jetty, Beachport $200,000 + Stock Open by appointment

Business

Sale Lot 2, 4, 5 & 6 Southend Access Road, Southend $150,000 - $160,000 Open by appointment

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

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

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

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Sale Vacant Land

Macey Humphries Administration (08) 8724 7405

Business

Sale Vacant Land

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

Vacant Land

Property of the week Neat as a pin and ample space within

Sale 59 Lake Terrace West, Mt Gambier 3+ 3 4 Highest & Best Offers by 26th March (Unless sold prior) Open by appointment

Ray White Mt Gambier 2A & 2B Mitchell Street Mount Gambier SA 5290 (08) 8724 7405 mtgambier.sa@raywhite.com raywhitemtgambier.com.au RLA 291953

10 Peters Street, Mt Gambier. $259,000 - $269,000 Open by appointment

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Ray White Mt Gambier are pleased to present for sale 10 Peters Street, Mount Gambier. Located just off Penola Road toward Mount Gambier Marketplace and the Mount Gambier Hospital, this renovated 4-bedroom brick home is in a convenient location for families and offers lots of impressive features. The property is immaculate and offers secure fencing and a concrete driveway that leads past the grassed front yard to an undercover carport. Up the front steps and through the entry you’ll find a neutrally decorated and modern interior benefiting from fresh paint, modern appliances, attractive décor and a light and airy disposition. A large and attractive entryway with glossy floorboards leads straight ahead to the bedrooms, two of which sit to the front of the home overlooking the front yard, and one directly behind. Two bedrooms offer built-in robes, and all are comforted with soft carpets, ceiling fans and large windows for lots of natural light.


PROPERTY SPECIALISTS

unlocking dreams A: 22 Sturt Street, Mount Gambier P: 08 8723 3416 www.key2sale.com.au

1/8 Gwendoline Street, Mount Gambier New

NEW > INNER CITY VIBE

Open SATURDAY 9.30am - 10.00am

Open SATURDAY 10.00am - 10.30am

NEW > THE BEST OF BOTH WORLDS

HIGHEST & BEST OFFERS CLOSING MONDAY 12TH APRIL 2021 AT 12 NOON (IF NOT SOLD PRIOR) Conveniently located at Compton on the city fringe is this outstanding four bedroom family home set on 3.68 acres. Spacious and practical with a classy street appeal the home has ample room for the family, the pets and the toys! The impressive high clearance shed and additional man cave, ensures a few beers and the footy can be enjoyed without having to leave home. A true rural lifestyle dream, the home is set back off the road providing complete privacy. Loads of living space, stunning gourmet kitchen, generous bedrooms and space to run a few livestock, house the pony or set up the motorbike track!

$279,000-$299,000 Contact Sara 0438 708 281 or Al 0418 849 266 103 MEYLIN ST, PT MACDONNELL $419,000-$439,000

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121B SEA PDE, PT MACDONNELL

Highest & Best Offers Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

H&B Offers

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HIGHEST & BEST OFFERS CLOSING FRIDAY 9TH APRIL 2021 AT 12 NOON (IF NOT SOLD PRIOR) - This low maintenance home, is ready for summer fun! - New aluminium windows offer sweeping ocean views - The versatile floor plan features an inviting dining/ lounge area adjoining the kitchen Al Lamond 0418 849 266

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LOT 33 WILLIAM ST, ALLENDALE EAST $99,000-$108,000 2,068m2

LOT 37 WILLIAM ST, ALLENDALE EAST $99,000-$108,000 2,068m2

- 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!

- 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!

26 WILLIAM ST, ALLENDALE EAST

LAND

Gail Richards 0409 268 199

LAND

Open SATURDAY 11.30am - 12.00pm

FOR SALE BY OPENN NEGOTIATION CLOSING 6PM MONDAY 29TH MARCH (IF NOT SOLD PRIOR)

- Bursting with character to blend perfectly with the state-of-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 4 3 6 Gail Richards 0409 268 199 LOT 2 EIGHT MILE CREEK RD, PT MAC

$110,000 5.16 ACRES

- 5.16 acre allotment located within walking distance of the beach - Minutes from the Port MacDonnell General Store, Hotel & Chemist - Zoned Primary Production in the District Council of Grant - Located opposite Woolwash Caravan Park LAND

Al Lamond 0418 849 266

245 COMMERCIAL ST WEST, MT GAMBIER $299,000

CLOCKWISE JEWELLERS, MT GAMBIER $150,000 + S.A.V

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

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

- RETIREMENT SALE - Assistance/training offered for before & after settlement - Beautifully presented jewellery business, located in the busy CBD shopping precinct of Mount Gambier - Offering an attractive shopfront with main street exposure near the new Aldi & Coles expansion

- Big and beautiful - central and spacious - Zoned light industry, offering an incredible opportunity to reside & operate a business from the one property (S.T.C.A) - Properties offering this size shedding with a home attached are near impossible to find in the city area

Gail Richards 0409 268 199

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- 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

Gail Richards 0409 268 199

443 Cafpirco Road, Compton New

This centrally positioned townhouse will put you in the perfect spot to enjoy the “latte lifestyle” that inner city living has to offer. Containing two spacious bedrooms (bedroom 1 with WIR & bedroom 2 with BIR’s). The bathroom contains separate bath, shower and toilet. With a lick of tile paint, you could modernise this bathroom very quickly. Each bedroom also has access to the balcony. The timber kitchen is complete with electric appliances. The kitchen spills out to the dining/family room and there is also a second separate large living room. The single garage provides internal access to the home. The owner has created a sanctuary of fruit trees and also utilised all garden space to provide an abundance of vegetables throughout the year.

Gail Richards 0409 268 199

RLA 282 450

COMMERCIAL

Al Lamond 0418 849 266

BUSINESS

Al Lamond 0418 849 266

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LOT 15 PELICAN POINT RD, PELICAN POINT $250,000 71 ACRES

- 29.62 hectare natural scrub allotment in the seaside township of Pelican Point - Potential development opportunity (subject to council approval) for 9 residential allotments ranging in size from 1800m2 to 3202m2 - Close to the beach offering potential sea views LAND

Gail Richards 0409 268 199 22 KELLETT ST, NELSON

$550,000-$580,000

- Nelson Cottage is an iconic property offering B&B accommodation and the opportunity to live and work from home - Providing a total of 6 guest bedrooms, the property can accommodate up to 15 people - Stunning outlook across garden to the estuary Gail Richards 0409 268 199

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Gail Richards

Al Lamond

Sara O’Connor

Ben Ransom

Carolyn Gazzard

Sue Clements

Tegan Pink

SALES M: 0409 268 199

SALES M: 0418 849 266

SALES M: 0438 708 281

SALES M: 0400 870 362

CLIENT SERVICES P: (08) 8723 3416

CLIENT SERVICES P: (08) 8723 3416

ADMINISTRATION P: (08) 8723 3416

2 MacKenzie Street, Mount Gambier

34 Brolga Street, Mount Gambier

New

New

Open SATURDAY 11.00am - 11.30am

NEW > A1 LOCATION

Open SATURDAY 11.45am - 12.15pm

NEW > IMMACULATELY PRESENTED

HIGHEST & BEST OFFERS BY MONDAY 22ND MARCH 2021 AT 12 NOON This is your chance to purchase in a blue ribbon location. With scope to renovate and remodel, the bones of the home are solid and will enable you to finish what the current owner has started. The property footprint consists of a lounge room, three bedrooms central passage with a small bathroom, renovated kitchen and new ensuite bathroom. There is a second separate living space which could be perfectly utilised as a dining room and this opens out to the front decking. On a large, flat allotment with city views, offering lovely street appeal and a wonderful backyard for a family to enjoy.

This wonderful home is packed with value that should not be overlooked. Spacious lounge room with s/s air con plus a large family/kitchen/dining room complete with both gas and electric cooking, pantry & dishwasher. The home also comprises of three good sized carpeted bedrooms, the master contains BIR’s and you could very easily add an ensuite to this room as the footprint is huge. Double car garage with remote entry and office nook/storage area as well as a double carport. The paved pergola area has been filled in to ensure year round entertaining. Extra shedding will delight anyone who wants to tinker around or for extra storage, with a 6m x 3.5m Colorbond shed. Within walking distance of the Blue Lake, Swallow Drive Shopping Centre, Grant High School and playground/reserve.

Highest & Best Offers Contact Sara O’Connor 0438 708 281 2/22 HART ST, MT GAMBIER

4 2 2

Open SATURDAY 10.15am - 10.45am

- Spacious brick and tile unit in a great central location - Perfect for retirees, downsizers, or investors and those that want the lock and leave lifestyle - Reverse cycle split system air conditioning - Single car garage UMR with direct internal access into the unit - Quiet cul-de-sac location within walking distance to Vansittart Park, main street, cafés and shopping 2 1 1 Sara O’Connor 0438 708 281 6 COBBLESTONE CRT, MT GAMBIER

$65,000 819m2

- 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 purchaser LAND

Al Lamond 0418 849 266

6 BENGALEE CRES, MT GAMBIER $430,000-$460,000

- 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 4 2 2

- 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

28 GUERIN LN, GLENCOE

LAND $349,000-$379,000

- 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 Gail Richards 0409 268 199

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1 KEIL DR, NELSON

$749,000-$779,000

11-13 SYDNEY STREET, NELSON E.O.I

- This double storey, brick home is a picture-perfect haven for any family - The upstairs living area is like your very own sanctuary - A large family area and pergola allows for year round entertaining - Offering established gardens and loads of shedding

- FOR SALE BY E.O.I CLOSING 12 NOON MONDAY 22ND MARCH 2021 (IF NOT SOLD PRIOR) - Walk along the riverbank, cast a line in the water or grab the boat and enjoy a day on the river! - Immaculate home built in 2014 this lovely property was created to be a private escape

Gail Richards 0409 268 199

10 GREENRIDGE DR, MT GAMBIER $139,000-$149,000 1,120m2

Al Lamond 0418 849 266

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$349,000-$359,000 Contact Sara O’Connor 0438 708 281

$225,000

SPACIOUS & CENTRAL UNIT

Al Lamond 0418 849 266

Rachael Kelly JUNIOR ASSISTANT P: (08) 8723 3416

2 CHUTE ST, MT GAMBIER

3 2 8

Gail Richards 0409 268 199

$97,500 429m2

- 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 LAND

Sara O’Connor 0438 708 281

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5/9A SHEPHERDSON RD, MT GAMBIER

$99,000 417m2

- 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!l LAND

Al Lamond 0418 849 266

9 STABLEFORD CRT, WORROLONG $769,000-$789,000

TRANSPORTABLE FOR SALE, YAHL $180,000-$200,000

- 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

- 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 - Lovely large open plan living area incorporating lounge/dining/kitchen with electric cooking & WI panty - Transport costs are the responsibility of the purchaser

Al 0418 849 266 or Sara 0438 708 281

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Gail Richards 0409 268 199

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RLA 1903

Paul Chuck SALES 0409 541 113

Suite 2/14 Helen Street, Mount Gambier | www.gebhardts.com.au | Phone 08 8725 5766 NEW

34 Bluebell Drive

22 Lansell Street

34/184 Jubilee Highway West

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

Recently updated this property offers wow and sophistication. Kitchen with granite benchtops, gas cooktop, quality appliances and zip hydro tap. Double garage UMR with internal access.

NEW

6 Bengalee Crescent

$430,000-$460,000

$249,500 + GST each High profile location, attractive Main St frontage, valuable rear access & parking. Large retail area plus storeroom & facilities. On separate titles – opportunity to purchase one or both. Contact agent for further details.

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Gebhardts Property Management

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$179,000-$189,000

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.

NEW

34 Yeates Street

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$185 pw | Available 29/3/21

13/54 Jubilee Highway West 2

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$220 pw | Available NOW

2/31A Sturt Street

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$260 pw | Available NOW

51 Ferrers Street

2

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$290 pw | Available NOW

30 Umpherston Street

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$300 pw | Available 19/3/21

23 Cape Douglas Road

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$390 pw | Available NOW

3 1 2 $285,000-$310,000 Lovely neat & tidy family home ready to move in and enjoy. Open plan living with slow combustion heating. All bedrooms including ceiling fans and built in wardrobes. Great undercover entertaining & rear yard access.

NEW

33 Wyatt Street

$389,000-$419,000 2 2 1 The ultimate inner city home. Torrens title homette, modern design and low maintenance living at its best. Walk to the city centre - restaurants and parklands. Perfect for the retiree wanting to lock and leave.

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

13/54 Jubilee Highway West NEW

UNITS/HOUSES

2/3 Ryan Avenue

NEW

65-67 Commercial Street West

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

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Bernie Gaylard PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 8725 5766

$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!

$790,000

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Sharyn Ferguson PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 8725 5766

Cleaning Business

24 Hedley Street

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Emily Rayner SALES 0417 665 085

3/46 Brownes Road

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

4 2 3 $489,000-$525,000 The ultimate in modern family living, three spacious living areas, king sized bedrooms, stone benchtops and reverse cycle heating and cooling throughout. Unrestricted side access to high clearance garage plus two rainwater tanks.

Ben Jeffrey SALES 0417 810 246

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

51 Ferrers Street

COMMERCIAL 2/2 James Street 32 Commercial Street West

Avail NOW

$220 pw 2 1 2 • 2 bedrooms both with built in robes, fresh paint and brand new carpets • Open kitchen / living area with reverse cycle airconditioning • Kitchen with electric cooking and ample cupboard and bench space • Beautiful new bathroom • Laundry with built in linen cupboard • Single detached carport and parking space in front of unit • No pets

Avail NOW

$290 pw 2 1 2 • 2 bedrooms both with BI robes • Lounge with gas heating & R/C aircon • Kitchen with gas cooking & dining nook • Formal dine with sitting room • Rear porch/sunroom • Undercover patio area • 2 carports • No pets

94 Commercial Street East

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

20165 Riddoch Hwy, Mil-Lel Auction Sat 17th April 12pm

10 Hammer Crt, Mt Gambier $260,000 - $270,000

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Wendy Flint

Wendy Flint

14 Dalkeith Dr, Mt Gambier $345,000 - $355,000

4 3 3 6

10.00am - 10.15am

Open Saturday

Jason Malseed

4 2 2

Jason Malseed + Jade Martin

5 2 2 2

26 Derwent Crt, Mt Gambier $269,000 - $279,000

5.00pm - 5.30pm

Open Thursday

12 Dolomite Dr, Mt Gambier $385,000 - $395,000

10.30am - 10.45am

Open Saturday

Wendy Flint + Sam Malseed

4 1 2

Jason Malseed + Jade Martin

4 2 2 2

s e i t r e p o r P g n i v Family Li


119 Jubilee Hwy East, Mt Gambier $259,000

5.00pm - 5.30pm

Open Wednesday

Wendy Flint

3 1 2

45 Jubilee Hwy West, Mt Gambier $260,000

154 - 156 Suttontown Rd, Suttontown Auction Fri 16th April 12pm

10.00am - 10.45am

Open Saturday

6 Wendy Flint

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Wendy Flint

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Wendy Flint

3 1 2

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

INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY!!

4 Hillcrest Ave, Mt Gambier $299,000

11.00am - 11.30am

Open Saturday

malseeds.com.au

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

SERVICING THE GREATER LIMESTONE COAST + WESTERN VICTORIA


Jason 0419 032 795

Jade 0421 383 368

Wendy 0468 692 993

Sam 8724 9999

Courtney 8724 9999

Lot 39 Boat Shed + Landing, Nelson $45,000

Lot 64 Gully Crt, Mil Lel $220,000

Selena 8724 9999

Kathy 8733 1989

Wendy Flint

LAND

Wendy Flint

15,000m2

LAND

Kelli 8724 9999

84 Henty St, Merino $30,000

6 Colins Crt, Robe Contact Agent

Tanya 8724 9999

Emilia 8724 9999

Jason Malseed + Jade Martin

1,995m2

LAND

Jason Malseed + Jade Martin

624m2

LAND


Lot 6 Mckay Rd, Compton $179,000

Lot 10 McKay Rd, Compton $179,000

LAND

5,015m2

Wendy Flint

LAND

5,000m2

Wendy Flint

SERVICING THE GREATER LIMESTONE COAST + WESTERN VICTORIA

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

Wendy Flint

5,000m2

LAND

Wendy Flint

5,000m2

LAND

malseeds.com.au

Lot 8 Centenary View Dr, Compton $185,000

Lot 11 Centenary View Dr, Compton $179,000



Graeme 0419 806 410 Sales

Bianca 0407 613 346 Sales

Toni 0402 356 905 Sales | Accounts

Paris Ingley (08) 8725 8037 Property Manager

Jess (08) 8725 8037 Property Manager

Silvia (08) 8725 8037 Property Manager

101 KINGSLEY ROAD, ALLENDALE EAST

Kaitlyn (08) 8725 8037 Administration

Your Mates in Real Estate 49 ONE AND ALL DRIVE, SOUTHEND

EAST GAMBIER FISH SHOP

NEW

$115,000 WIWO

Business

GREAT BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY!

Busy Business with good profit  Operating 6 days a week 

Regular long term clientele   Walk in walk out - genuine reason for sale Graeme Cleves | 0419 806 410

$149,000

873m2

AN IRRESISTIBLE LIFESTYLE CHOICE!

Elevated allotment with Panoramic Views  of Lacapede Bay and the stunning Cape Jaffa Anchorach Marina Generous Allotment of 873m 

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Graeme Cleves | 0419 806 410

11 GEORGE STREET, SOUTHEND

POINTMENT

INSPECTION BY AP

$319,000 - $329,000

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HOME + 5.5 ACRES – SUBDIVISION POTENTIAL! Low maintenance, 3 bedroom home along with approx. 5.5 Acres, a great opportunity to subdivide with a range of options available. Open plan living, dining & kitchen with gorgeous timber flooring, reverse cycle unit plus slow combustion wood fire. All bedrooms of good size, 2 with BIR’s while the bathroom is central with shower over bath, vanity & separate toilet. Enjoy the private & quiet setting in the morning & night on the front deck. Outside, you’ll find the 11m x 8m Colourbond shed with concrete floor, power & lighting, 2 x 22,500 rainwater tanks, updated hot water. Currently leased at $220 per week. Call Bianca, available 7 days a week to discuss the options this property provides. Bianca Taylor | 0407 613 346

$399,000 - $429,000

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BEAUTIFUL COASTAL LIVING!

Spacious home with beautiful front & rear deck   Master bedroom with WIR & ensuite

Rainwater & bore water available   Located approx. 1.2km from Rivoli Bay

Generous open plan living, dining & kitchen  Large shedding + studio office space 

Stunning place to call home or holiday  house with B & B potential

Bianca Taylor | 0407 613 346

(08) 8725 8037 | www.limestonere.com.au | 178 Commercial Street East, Mount Gambier

RLA 263 296

Time to remember South Australian authors delve into the past Mount Gambier Library will host an in-conversation event with South Australian authors Gay Lynch and Danielle Clode as they delve into the past and discuss Forgotten Women on Thursday, March 25, at 7pm. Gay Lynch (picutred right) will promote her book Unsettled, set in Gambierton (formerlly Mount Gambier) in the 1800s. The fictionalised story explores Australia’s colonial and settlement history through the eyes of the Lynch family. An exploration of the Irish, the feminine, the local Boandik culture, Unsettled also features local characters and events including Adam Lindsay Gordon, Father Julian TenisonWoods and the wreck of the Admella. “The accounts of women in history are often unrecorded or erased and their contributions quickly forgotten,” author Gay Lynch said. “Both Danielle and I have dedicated much of our professional lives re-telling the lost stories of strong women figures and combined, our latest books tell of both the struggles and the achievements of some incredible women.” Danielle (pictured above far right) has a string of bestselling Australian non-fiction books to her name, including the popular The Wasp and the Orchid but it is

“...the accounts of women in history are often unrecorded or erased and their contributions quickly forgotten...” Gay Lynch her latest release In Search of the Woman Who Sailed the World that has attracted attention from both readers and researchers. “Jeanne Barret began life as a humble French peasant woman, who overcome insurmountable barriers to become the first woman to circumnavigate the world in the 1770s, making substantial contributions to taxonomic collections along the way,” Ms Clode said. “Yet Barret’s name is almost entirely unknown. Her signature does not appear on any of the thousands of specimens she collected, for her identity remained

a mystery for over two centuries as she disguised herself as a man to embark on the journey”. The authors will also host free writing workshops on the same Thursday with a focus on bringing history to life. Danielle will hold a workshop on non-fiction, from family and local history to biography and memoir from 9am to 10.30am while Gay will focus on fiction and how a story changes when we see events through the eyes of different characters from 11am to 12.30pm. “Mount Gambier Library looks forward to hosting Gay and Danielle to explore these incredible stories and more,” Mount Gambier Library Programs Team Leader Kristi Brooks said. Bookings are essential for all events and can be made by phoning Mount Gambier Library (08)8721 2540 or online www. mountgambier.sa.gov.au/library under ‘Program and Events’.

Raspberry & coconut bliss balls 1 cup (135g) frozen raspberries, just thawed 1 1/2 cups (135g) rolled oats 2 tbs maple syrup 1 tbs coconut oil, melted 1 tbs chia seeds 2/3 cup (50g) desiccated coconut Method Place the raspberries, oats, maple syrup, coconut oil, chia seeds and 1/2 cup (40g) of the coconut in a food processor and process until smooth. Transfer mixture to a bowl. Cover with plastic wrap. Place in the fridge for 4 hours or until mixture thickens. Place remaining coconut in a small bowl. Roll 1-tbs portions of raspberry mixture into balls. Roll in coconut to lightly coat. Store in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 2 weeks.


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1. Janine Allis founded which Australian business success story? 2. Barbara Cartland is most closely associated with which genre of literature? 3. In which year did Cathy Freeman win her Olympic Gold medal? 4. Who was the first woman to be awarded a Nobel Prize? 5. With which sport do we associate Jamie Kah? 6. Who was Australia’s first female Premier and of which State was she in charge? 7. The world’s first elected female leader is generally considered to be Sirimavo Bandaranaike – which country did she lead? 8. Hilary Swank has won two acting Oscars – name the two movies that earned her the Best Actress honours? 9. Who was mining magnate Gina Rinehart’s famous father? 10. How many Gold Logies has Lisa McCune won – taking out the top Australian TV Award during her tenure on the beloved TV drama Blue Heelers? 11. Skincare range KORA Organics was co-funded by which Aussie model? 12. Journalist Mia Freedman was once the youngest editor of which publication?

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RURAL RUNDOWN Fodder in focus Cropping trial results in Demand on the increase for feed

Farmers receive their 2020 trial results The MacKillop Farm Management Group has delivered their 2020 cropping trial results to local farmers at their 2020 Trial Results Days. Trial results from Sherwood, Keith, Wolseley, Frances, Conmurra and Millicent were presented, with trials covering wheat varieties, bean inoculation, how to integrate cropping and livestock, and nitrogen use in winter wheats. The Lower Limestone Coast Results Day was held at Hatherleigh on March 16, with guest speakers Kenton Porker and Kat Fuhrmann from FAR Australia, as well as Jon Midwood, National Coordinator for the GRDC Hyper Yielding Crops (HYC) project, speaking about trial results from the Hyper Yielding

Fodder is on the move around Australia with demand starting to grow, but the March Feed Central National Hay Market Report says caution must remain around pricing. Feed Central is beginning to see volumes of trade for quality fodder but general manager Cieran Maxwell said demand varied drastically from state to state and only limited percentage of trade was for immediate consumption. The report compiled by Mr Maxwell and account manager Jock Jackson, says that national herd building is well underway and dairy farmers and beef graziers are seeking winter feed. However, they urged caution around pricing. “Many still have pasture growth or dry feed in abundance, so we must not be fooled into thinking the seasonal switch will automatically force a complete change in mindset on purchasing feed,” the report states. Mr Maxwell said that based on levels of quantity versus quality, there may not be room for downward price movement, however he didn’t expect to see prices increase.

“It is great to see the majority of Australia continue to experience favourable weather conditions,” he said. The Bureau of Meteorology says we are past the La Nina peak but its influences are likely to continue into autumn. This combined with February’s rainfall suggest that it is unlikely fodder pricing will climb as we enter winter and demand will stay relatively low.” There was a return to normality in fodder demand in February after lower-than-average demand over summer. Some feeders stepped into the market looking for top-ups of straw and cereal hay, while dairy operations took advantage of competitively priced Lucerne options. The report says mice continue to run rampant in some regions, although some growers are getting on top of the issue with excellent control strategies. Information on controlling rodents is available at https://www.feedcentral.com.au/. The full March report can be found at https://www.feedcentral. com.au/march-national-haymarket-report/

Granite Ridge 2021 SALE RESULTS

Clearance rate - 72/78 • Top price - $36,000 (Lot 4. Granite Ridge Quincy Q146, pictured, to Clover Ridge, Woolumbool, SA) • Average price - $10,681

Crops project, focus paddocks and outcomes of the HYC Awards. The Upper Limestone Coast Results Day will be held at Keith on March 18, with guest speakers Sara Blake, Mohsen Khani and Blake Gontar from the South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI) and Melissa Garcia from the University of Adelaide, talking on foliar and root disease in pulses, chocolate spot, acid tolerance and new pulse varieties. “We always enjoy this time of year”, said MacKillop Group CEO Meg Bell (pictured). “Being able to bring hyper-local research to our members and the wider agricultural community in the Limestone Coast and western Victoria is exactly why the group exists. We hope that the results from last year’s trials will help local farmers to make decisions about what varieties to sow, how they

can better integrate cropping and livestock in their businesses, and how they can improve crop management for increased yields”. A highlight of MFMG’s trial results for 2020 were the forage cereal and pasture x cereal trials held at Sherwood and Keith, which built on MFMG’s work in previous years. MFMG worked with SARDI to trial different mixes of pastures and cereals to assess the value of a pasture component in cropping rotations, and to assess the value of cereals grown for forage, hay or grain. The results showed that there were a range of cereal and cereal x pasture mixes, that had potential for forage, hay and grain. There were also a range of varieties that responded well to a ‘grain and graze’ style of management, resulting in a range of crop options for the integration of livestock and cropping on farm. MFMG hopes to continue this work in 2021. For more information head to www.mackillopgroup.com.au

Mount Gambier Market Report - CATTLE Numbers fell as agents yarded 566 head of liveweight and open auction cattle. These sold to a smaller field of trade and processor buyers with feeders and restockers operating throughout the market. Quality was mixed with something to suit all buyers as the market sold to cheaper rates. Vealer numbers were small as steers ranged from 410c to 470c and the heifers made from 403c to 471c with the trae, feeders and restockers all active here. Yearling steers to the trade sold from 380c to 449c with similar heifers making from 360c to 440c/kg. Feeder orders sought steers from 355c to 448c and heifers from 360c to 453c as restockers turned yearlings back out to 469c/kg. Grown steers and bullocks ranged from 328c to 394c with both the trade and feeders active as grown heifers made from 328c to 391c as the manufacturing steers ranged from 260c to 330c/kg. Heavy cows ranged from 275c to 315c on a small supply with the lighter types selling from 245c to 275c as bulls ranged from 245c to 288c/kg.

Time for annual paddock clean-up Wattle Range Council has started issuing fire permits to farmers for their annual paddock clean-up. “Whilst council wishes to remind residents and landholders that the Fire Danger Season remains in effect in the Lower South East until midnight on April 30, we also advise that we will soon start issuing permits to burn standing grass and stubble,” council’s chief executive officer Ben Gower said. “From the 15th March 2021 until the end of the season, land holders will be able to obtain a permit to burn their properties under strict conditions.

“Some smoke may be visible from these permitted burn offs, and at times may cause hazardous conditions, so caution should be taken when driving through these areas.” “Residents are also reminded that restrictions remain in place for the lighting of all fires whether in your residential backyard or in rural areas, including fires in drums and rubbish fires until the end of the Fire Danger Season.” Permits for cooking and comfort fires can be obtained from council by completing the online form available on council’s website www.wattlerange. sa.gov.au/forms/fire-permit-

ninth-schedule, alternatively by contacting Council on 8733 0900. Fires may only be lit under strict permit conditions. If at any time someone sees an unattended fire, they should report it immediately by dialling 000. Anyone seeking further information about stubble burning permits should contact Council’s Fire Prevention staff on (08)8733 0900. Additional resources regarding fire safety and prevention can be obtained at any of council’s offices, or from the SA County Fire Service at www.cfs.sa.gov.au or phone 1300 362 361.


RURAL RUNDOWN Essential for the man on the land Check out the role an insurance broker can play for you A professionally qualified insurance broker can save you time, money and stress, they can help you understand the cover you need, and can purchase that cover for you from the insurance market. Whether it’s business, home or motor insurance, brokers provide advice and assistance to make sure you are properly protected. The advice is tailored to your individual requirements. An insurance broker is a specialist in insurance and risk management, acting on behalf of their clients and provide advice in the interests of their clients.

A broker will help you identify your individual and/or business risks to help you decide what to insure, and how to manage those risks in other ways. Insurance brokers can give you technical advice that can be very useful if you need to make a claim. Brokers are aware of the terms and conditions, benefits and exclusions and costs of a wide range of competing insurance policies, so they can help you find the most appropriate cover for your own circumstances. Insurance brokers have access to many different insurance

policies and, because they deal with a range of insurance companies directly, sometimes brokers have access to policies that are not available to most consumers. Insurance policies can be complicated, and an insurance broker can help you understand the details of a policy and also work out what level of cover you need, so that you can make sure you are properly protected. Brokers can prepare a customised insurance and risk management program for you or your business, where they design the policies, negotiate the terms

with insurance companies and place the cover with the insurer. By including a risk management program, which puts some of the responsibility for risk prevention and loss minimisation on you or your business, you can reduce premium costs. If you need to make a claim on your policy, your broker will assist you through the process and

will liaise with the insurer on your behalf. Insurance is just a part of the overall risk management strategy and having effective risk prevention and loss minimisation strategies may help reduce premium costs. For further information, find your nearest MGA office at www.mga. com

Kerlson Pines 2021 SALE RESULTS

Hamilton Market Report - SHEEP & LAMBS THURSDAY Agents yarded 15,758 sheep at Hamilton last week, an increase of 6331. It was a far better offering and there were more even lines of sheep with greater numbers on the heavy end compared to last week, however, all weights and grades were still available. All the regular buyers were in attendance and fully active with the exception of one major processor. The market was $5 to $10/head cheaper over all categories. Light weight 1 and 2 score sheep sold from $70 to $128/head to average between 580c and 630c/kg cwt. Medium weight sheep 2 score, sold from $113 to $170/head, averaging from 580 to 640c/kg cwt. Heavy merino ewes sold from $154 to $190 with heavy merino wethers making from $185 to $220/head. Heavy ewes to the processor sold to a top of $210, averaging between 500c/kg and 550c/kg cwt, with a small donated pen for charity making $250/head. The general cost of mutton was approximately 620/kg cwt. Hoggets sold to $200 with terminal sire rams to $146, and Merino rams to $180/head.

Hamilton Market Report - SHEEP & LAMB WEDNESDAY With the lack of a decent summer rain over the past fortnight to boost the summer crops agents yarded 20,080 lambs at Hamilton an increase of 1705 despite the increase it was another outstanding offering of quality trade lambs,in addition there were more lambs suitable for feeders last week than previous sales . There was a full contingent of processers and restockers were in attendance and fully active. Restocking competition was very strong and lifted a cog due to the quality on offer. Restockers came from Bendigo, Shepparton, Corowa, Gladstone, the South East of South Australia and local areas in a sale that was firm to dearer over most categories with the exception of the lambs in the 26plus catagory these were firm with the good general run of trade lambs 20 to 25 kg to be $5 to $10 stronger and the lambs back to the paddock $15 dearer with restockers paying to $185 per head Light 12 to 18kg lambs on offer made from $86to $140/head, averaging from 800c to 1050c/kg cwt with the majority of theses going back to the paddock. The light trade weight lambs 18 to 22kg sold from $165 to $190head, to average between 820and 860c/kg cwt. The medium trade weight lambs 22 to 25kg made from $180to $213/head, to average from 800c and 820c/kg cwt. Heavy trade weight lambs 26 to 30kg and over made up to $236/head, to average 720c/kg to 780c/kg cwt. Hoggets three score mad to $190.

Mount Gambier Market Report - SHEEP & LAMB Numbers fell by around half as agents yarded 1337 lambs and 246 sheep to total 1583 head overall. These sold to a smaller field of trade and processor buyers with a number of active restockers providing competition on lambs to grow on. The quality on offer was very mixed as the market sold to easier rates. Light lambs to the trade reached up to $130 as restockers were strong here as they sought lighter weights from $70 to $127 and they paid from $155 to $175/head for those with more conditioning. Tradeweight 3 score lambs ranged from $166 to $176 to mainly range from 770c to 800c/kg cwt with a fall in price of $4 to $7/head. Heavy lambs made from $178 to $210 as the few extra heavy pens sold from $210 to $224/head. Hoggets made from $106 to $160 as light sheep returned from $92 to $104/head. Heavy sheep made from $130 to $156 as wethers sold from $125 to $150 with rams making from $68 to $120/head.

Naracoorte Market Report - CATTLE Numbers fell away as agents yarded 692 head of liveweight and open auction cattle. These sold to a the usual field of trade and processor buyers with not all of these being fully active along with feeder and restocker buyers. Quality was mixed across the offering as the market sold to easier price trends last week. Yearling steers to the trade eased 8c to 10c as they ranged from 414c to 460c, with similar heifers returning from 418c to 479c/kg. Feeder orders operated on steers from 395c to 463c, and on heifers from 408c to 470c/kg. Restockers were active on steers from 410c to 482c, and on heifers from 439c to 460c/kg. Grown steers and bullocks were small in number as they made from 350c to 430c to the trade, with a fall in price of 20c, as feeders sought cattle here from 350c to 432c/kg. Grown heifers to the trade sold from 312c to 410c, with feeder activity from 342c to 395c/kg. Heavy cows made from 290c to 318c to the trade with the light weight types selling from 250c to 284c, as restockers sought supply from 256c to 282c/kg. The heavy weight bulls made from 250c to 285c/kg.

119 Cows & calves sold with an average of $6281 31 Joined Heifers sold with an average of $5209 4 Unjoined Heifers sold with an average of $4000 TOP PRICE: Lot 80 Kerlson Pines Last Day L24 selling for $27,000 Total: $924,000.00

Naracoorte Market Report SHEEP & LAMBS Numbers fell away as agents yarded 5864 lambs and 1137 sheep to total 7001 head overall. These sold to the usual array of trade and processor buyers with a number of active restockers also present. Quality dipped with less of the heavy weights of previous weeks as both the sheep and lamb sales sold to easier rates to be cheaper then the week before. Light lambs to the trade made from $126 to $156 as the light weight trade 2 and 3 score selection returned from $146 to $162/head. Restockers sourced lighter types from $52 to $130 and they paid from $150 to $170/head for heavier pens. Trade weight 3 score lambs ranged from $152 to $180 with a range of 780c to 800c/kg cwt and a fall of $3 to $6/head covering most of these sales. Heavy lambs made from $183 to $208 with the extra heavy pens making from $212 to a high of $235/ head. Hoggets ranged from $118 to $176 as light sheep returned from $84 to $110/head. Medium weighted sheep made from $126 to $152 with the heavy types selling from $178 to a high of $234/head. Wethers made up to $168 as rams sold to $125/head.

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Time to give back

Author brings beloved children’s character to region Calling all families, Daisy the lazy koala has left her favourite gum tree and is coming to the Glenelg Libraries for a special Storytime event. Award winning children’s author and presenter Caz Goodwin, creator of the popular Lazy Daisy book series, will visit the Portland Library on April 1 from 11am for a once-off author event.

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The Lazy Daisy book series follows Daisy, a koala who likes to sleep, eat, and enjoy the sanctuary of her gum tree in the local Park. However, Daisy’s lazy lifestyle often gets interrupted by visitors and friends, causing hilarity and havoc to ensue. Library and information services manager Tanya Flockhart said she was delighted to welcome families to this special Author Storytime event. “There won’t be a dull moment for this storytime session, with story-telling, rhyming and even a visit from Daisy the koala herself planned for the hour-long event,” she said. “Caz is a seasoned presenter and will ensure there will be endless laughter, and along the way she will also share some interesting facts about koalas and insights into the writing and publishing process. “We hope to see many new and

familiar faces join us at the Library for this special Storytime event.” Caz Goodwin is an awardwinning author who writes picture books, short stories, poetry and junior fiction. Her first picture book, Dragon’s Egg, won the prestigious Singapore Arts Council’s Beyond Words Young and Younger Award for picture books. She currently heads the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators (SCBWI) in Victoria and is on the Young Australian Best Book Awards (YABBA) Council. For further information and to secure your place for the event please contact the Glenelg Libraries on (03)5522 2265. Event Details: Storytime Author Event with Caz Goodwin Portland Library Thursday, April 1 11am – 12pm FREE event Bookings preferred Phone (03)5522 2265P VISITING THE REGION: Awardwinning children’s author Caz Goodwin of Lazy Daisy fame will visit the Glenelg Libraries next month.

The real estate industry is flying and local agents are looking to put some of their hard earned good fortune back into the community. Elders Real Estate Mount Gambier is running a Give Where You Live campaign – a program inspired its Naracoorte colleagues, who came up with the idea and had a successful campaign that wound up a couple of months ago. Elders Real Estate Mount Gambier residential & rural sales manager Damian Venn (pictured) said the Give Where You Live campaign would run until September when they would reassess. “The market is

extremely buoyant so why not give a little bit back,” Mr Venn said. Running in Mount Gambier and Millicent, if you sell your property or list your investment property for rent Elders will donate $500 to your local nonfor-profit of choice. “And we want it to also benefit local business so it won’t be cash but rather the non for profit group can decide what they want to that value and we will provide vouchers for local businesses that fill that need,” Mr Venn said. “It’s all about keeping the money locally. Houses are flying off the shelves so it is our chance to give back to our community.”

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TV THURSDAY, MARCH 18 NINE SA 1E;G EGG ==E;G =0EGG =EGG =E;G ;EGG 'EGG 1EGG

THURSDAY MARCH 18

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SEVEN SA

ABC TV PLUS

ABC NEWS

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FITTER / FABRICATOR We currently have an excellent opportunity for a trade qualified, experienced fitter / fabricator to join the team at our Mount Gambier facilities. Primarily this position is day shift, however there are times when the successful applicant will be required to work a rotating 4-shift roster. You will be responsible for project work, scheduled & unscheduled breakdown maintenance and trouble shooting. To be considered for this position you will have: • An appropriate trade qualification • Experience in machine trouble shooting, problem solving and fault finding • The ability to read and understand engineering drawings • Experience in fabrication / welding • Excellent written and verbal communication skills • Demonstrated experience in pneumatic and hydraulic equipment (an advantage) • Proven ability to work unsupervised or as part of a team To be successful, you must be motivated and be willing to put in the effort required to complete jobs in a timely manner. Attention to detail and highest quality workmanship are paramount. This is a full-time permanent position. Your skills and work ethic will be rewarded with excellent working conditions and competitive terms and conditions of employment. As part of the selection process, applicants must be prepared to undergo a pre-employment medical examination which includes functional, audiometric and drug and alcohol testing.

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Panel Beater / Spray Painter OGR are a family owned business, established in Mount Gambier since 1956. We strive to provide the best customer service and present the highest quality vehicles. We offer a friendly team environment and excellent working conditions. An exciting opportunity has arisen for an experienced panel beater/spray painter to join our reconditioning department in a fulltime position. We are looking for someone who can work well autonomously, has great problem-solving skills and a strong work ethic. Job role • Repair, prep, prime and paint various panels • Buffing and restoring vehicle paint work • Vehicle touch ups • Maintain levels of paint stock and consumables • Maintain and care for company tools and equipment Applicants must • Have previous experience in similar role • Be able to work autonomously • Adhere to work health & safety (WHS/OH&S) standards • Possess great time management, problem solving and decisionmaking skills • Be reliable, hard-working and have “can do” attitude • Handle all vehicles with due care and attention • Provide own tools to fulfil role All applicants are required to send a copy of resume, accompanied with a cover letter outlining your previous experience and skills relating to the position. To apply or enquire for the position, please send resume and cover letter to mkuchel@ogr.com.au or phone Matt on (08) 87241131. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted. Applications close Friday the 26th of March

MILL EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE OPERATOR Do you have experience maintaining timber chip / flaking processing plant and equipment? Does your experience and knowledge extend to chipper knife / blade grinding and sharpening? Perhaps you are a Saw Doctor looking for a change? This position may be just the opportunity you are looking for. We are currently recruiting for a Mill Equipment Maintenance Operator to join our Mount Gambier engineering team. Duties and responsibilities will include • Precision setting and rebuild of ring mills • Maintaining mills and associated equipment, including knife / blade rotation and sharpening / grinding • Adjustment of mills to ensure efficient operation and production of green chip to required specifications • Liaison with key stakeholders regarding corrective actions and performance issues To be considered for this position you will have: • Certificate III in Saw Doctoring (highly regarded) • Demonstrated knowledge of flaking / chipping processes • Experience in knife / blade grinding • Excellent written and verbal communication skills • Proven ability to work unsupervised or as part of a team • Forklift high risk work licence is desirable To be successful, you must be motivated and be willing to put in the effort to complete the role to the high standard required. Attention to detail is paramount. Offering a great balance between work and home life, this is a full-time permanent day shift position. Your skills and work ethic will be rewarded with excellent working conditions and competitive terms and conditions of employment. As part of the selection process, applicants must be prepared to undergo a pre-employment medical examination which includes functional, audiometric and drug and alcohol testing.

Borg is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Interested? For more information and to apply for this position, please visit https://careers.borgs.com.au Applications close 5:00pm, Friday 19th March.

Saw Shop Coordinator NF McDonnell & Sons is a leader in the softwood timber industry providing quality products to both the domestic and export markets. Based in Mount Gambier and established in 1944 our company has always stayed true to its motto of “continual improvement is how we do business”. Our sawmill boasts the most state of the art equipment and technology for processing small diameter sawlogs in Australia. We require an experienced Saw Shop Coordinator to ensure the efficient operation of the Saw Shop in delivering saw and knife servicing to the saw lines by providing effective leadership to the team and by prioritising and co-ordinating the efforts of all Saw Shop team members including: work allocation, scheduling change-outs, setting saw & knife quality standards, trouble shooting and following up where needed. This role works very closely with production and maintenance. The Position The Saw Shop Coordinator will provide leadership to the Saw Shop Team in the provision of high quality service and apply their own trade skills with hands on work when required. Key activities will include: • Prioritising safety above all else • Efficient scheduling of saw and knife changes • Liaising between shifts, operations and maintenance • Setting quality and processing standards • Complete reporting requirements in an accurate and timely manner Essential Key Competencies and Selection Criteria: • Demonstrated knowledge of and extensive experience in saw technology and sawmilling industry, including high throughput saw lines, chipper heads, circular saws, bandsaws, and residual processing chippers. • Certificate III in Saw Technology (or equivalent) with preference for an Advanced Trade Certificate. • Self-motivated and able to use initiative • High levels of flexibility, initiative and willingness to take on a wide variety of tasks. • Ability to work effectively both autonomously and in a team situation. • Ability to think analytically to identify problems and provide a resolution. • Competent user of information and communication technology. • High level verbal and written communication skills • High level of interpersonal skills Desirable • Experience in provision of leadership to competent and motivated team Applications will be regarded as strictly confidential

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Inexperienced MGHS cricket team earns finals berth Mount Gambier High School Open Girls cricket team continues to defy the odds and will now play off for the State title. With only one player who plays cricket competitively in the region as part of the line-up, the Mount girls have made their way through two rounds to make the Adelaide play-off. Initially the inexperienced line-up took on Grant High School and St Martins Lutheran College to win through the Mount Gambier p0hase of the competition and then last Friday they took on Murray Bridge’s Unity College in Bordertown to earn the Adelaide final berth. Played in T20 format, the match went to a super over with Unity batting first and making 1/4, courtesy of some tight bowling from the team’s only experienced player Lydia Megaw, and then Lydia combined with Alice Tentye to score the match winning five runs after only three balls. Coached by Craig Hicks, a premiership and award winning allrounder, who has been

championing female cricket in the region for a couple of years now, the side bowled first in the Bordertown hosted clash, with Unity scoring a formidable 96. The best of the Mount bowlers were Alice with 3/18 and Lara Munro with 2/25. The run chase was tense, with the in form batters from Mount dismissed cheaply with no one making more than seven. Lydia then rescued the innings with a composed 11, while surprise

packet Emily Welden dug in to top score with 13 and guide the team to the super over. The girls final hurdle is in Adelaide on March 22. OFF TO THE FINAL: (Back) Paige Hicks, Becky Duivenvoorde, Kate Winterfield, Kate Dyson, Lara Munro, Annie Crowe, Lauren Norman, Jenna Frost & Craig Hicks and (front) Sienna Cain, Coco Mackereth, Alyce Tentye, Lydia Megaw & Emilie Welden

SA title on the line Steve Gartner looking to defend Streetstock title Sales Duncan McGregor 0407 722 983 Jill Collins 0400 598 327 Roz Crispino 0419 366 649

DEATH NOTICE PESKETT Peter

Passed away on the 3rd March 2021 at the Casterton Memorial Hospital aged 87 years Dearly loved Wife of Iris for 61 years Loved and loving Father of Peter, Vicki, and Cherie Father-in-law of Josie, Andrew, and Hugh Much loved Grandpa of Natasha, Sam, and Amy Your memory we will always treasure In our hearts you will stay forever Peter will be privately cremated A celebration of his life will be held at a later date Cared for by SOUTH EAST FUNERAL SERVICES 21 Henty Street, Casterton Phone: (03) 5581 2020

Penola’s Steve Gartner is looking to go back to back ibn the South Australian Streetstock championship when he defends his title on his home track this Saturday night. The Borderline Speedway is hosting the SA title with 40 entries and plenty of chances in the star studded field. Gartner heads a local contingent that all have the ability to end up number on, including multiple State and national champion Anthony Beare, Mark Jennings, Jason Duell and Jayden Edwards. West Aussies Ray Leonard and Craig Clayton must fancy their

Pennant Bowls Results SATURDAY OPEN PENNANT GRAND FINALS DIVISION ONE Mount Gambier 68/14 d Naracoorte 57/2 DIVISION TWO Mount Gambier Red 95/16 d Mount Gambier RSL 56/0 DIVISION THREE Lucindale 79/15 d Mount Gambier RSL 60/1 DIVISION FOUR (SOUTH) Robe 78/14 d Mount Gambier RSL 53/2 DIVISION FOUR (NORTH) Frances83/14 d Kalangadoo 68/2 PHOTOS IN NEXT WEEK'S ISSUE

chances, making the long trek to the Glenburnie track – both being consistent top five finishers in WA competition – Leonard from Perth and Clayton from near Broome. Morris Ahearn is headed to contest the SA title, having won the feature at Warrnambool last weekend, while Patriot Motorsport’s Jacob Mills is another consistent performer hoping to snare the number one plate. The SA Title race will see three rounds of heats, a B Main and then the 24 car final and Carey Weston, formerly of Coonawarra, now based in Adelaide, enters the title race in as good a form as anyone, having won the past couple of features at Murray Bridge, showing he still has plenty to give, still racing in his 60s. Matt Nelson will be another one to watch, having previously held SA, Victorian, WA and Victorian titles, while South Aussie Bailey Heinrich, who has made the podium in recent State titles, will

be looking to go a step further and claim the title. There will be a strong family flavour in the title race as well with husband and wife duo Shane and Felicity Roycroft in the field, along with the father- son combination of Mick and Lewis Clark and brothers Heath and Nathan Thorne, the recent junior graduates looking to make their mark in senior ranks. The feature event will be supported by Super Sedans with a field of 10 and Sportsmans – with those drivers using Saturday night as a dress rehearsal for the April 17 State Title being hosted at the Borderline. There will also be a demonstration from the Classic Sedans – a pre-cursor to the Streetstocks and Super Sedans – where Falcons, HQ Monaros and Toranas battled it out on the track. Gates open at 4pm and racing at 6pm, with full catering onsite and tickets available online only at www.borderlinespeedway.com.au

Tennis semi final results DIVISION ONE Centrals/Uniting Church 9-64 d West Gambier 3-93 Men's singles: A. Vandenhurk d E. Schultz 6-0; M. Heemskerk lost to B. Cook 2-6; G. Gaffney lost to N. Lang 4-6. Women's singles: A. Dunn d J. Sealey 7-5; J. Delaney lost to J. Stutley 2-6; C. Walker d E. Jolley 7-6.

DIVISION TWO Glencoe Gold 8-62 d Glencoe Maroon 4-45; West Gambier Red 10-66 d Suttontown Tigers 2-36. DIVISION THREE No details available. LADIES DOUBLES No details available MIXED DOUBLES No details available

Baseball results Division one and two baseball played their final minor round at the weekend, with the rest of the competition diving into finals. RESULTS Division 1 Tigers 14 (Levi Morton, Garth Ransom 2, Matt Thompson, Tyler Horrigan, Hayden Jones, Karl Ransom, Brayden Morton, Alex Merrett) d Millicent 4 (Tim Niewenhuizen 2, Jordan Johnson, Nick Pink, Saxon Altschwager, Darcy Pink, Jack Hateley, Ellis Cushion); Central 16 (Kyall McClean, Dylan Gull 4, Brock Keding 3, Jordan Aston 2, Dylan Chuck, Alex Ridding) d Federal 4 (Alex Reppin 2, Alex Pearson, Clay Carpenter, Matthew Nicholls, Shane Howard) Division 2 Tigers 12 (Garrett Ha, Joe Sims, Jake England, Riley Rolph, Ash Dumigan ) d Central Magpies 1 (Josh Chuck, Mark Kilpatrick); Central 16 (Leigh Kent, Darren Smith 3, Ben Green, Dylan Scheidl, Lachlan Ridding 2, Mitchell Cutting, Blade Sturges) d Federal 0 (Taylor Wilsmore) Division 3 2nd Semi Final Tigers 13 (Sean Horrigan 4, David White 3, Phil Clark, John Verrity, Leigh Edwards 2, Darcy Perry, Marcus Thomson, Tim Quealle) d Central 7 (Dean Cutting 3, Scott Page, Jordan Cozzi 2, Steve Kuhl, Brenton Lockwood) 1st Semi Final Millicent 11 (Gage Morley, Saxon Altschwager 2, Ellis Cushion, Steve Wanganeen, Daniel Hateley) d Naracoorte 4 (Tom Paech, Ashley Cross) Junior League 2nd Semi Final South Indians 11 (Dylan Lewis, Deegan Habner, Wil Lewis, Bo Sampson, Shaylah Cole) d Tigers 5 (Ki Mullan 2, Alex Merrett) 1st Semi Final Central 14 (Rhys Earle 2, Jye Ferrari, Curtis Page) d Federal 12 (Trystan Miller, Owen Wheatley, Justin Aarts, Alex Lynch) Little League 2nd Semi Final Tigers 12 (Harrison Elletson 3 (HR), Levi Seager, Joe Box (HR), Will Humphries 2, Luke Seager, Jai Hillstone, Will Merchant, Banjo Sampson) d Central 6 (Lachlan Brierley 2 (HR), Cooper Smith, Orlando Vause, Jacob Walkom, Sam Ruwoldt) 1st Semi-Final South Indians 4 (Zane Lewis, Jett Lewis, Nate Habner) d Millicent 1 (Molly Cushion, Ryan Meek, Flynn Chittleborough) Minor League Central 11 (Jye Dempsey, Miley Cook, Aiden Walker, Angus Maidment, Harvey Dowdell, Riley Hopgood) d Federal 0 (Kobi Long, Solomon Telford); Tigers 10 (Titan Dumigan, Jack Humphries 2, Sam Marcus, Ben Reichelt) d Tigers Orange 5 MATCH REPORTS ON OUR FACEBOOK PAGE


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The Mount Gambier RSL handicap ladies singles final saw Sandi Elliott starting off scratch facing her more experienced opposition in Joy Bilney who had to give nine shots away. It was a long slog for Bilney, who could not peg back the handicap in the early stages, and Sandi Elliott forged into an unbeatable lead and eventually ran out the winner, 22 shots to 16. The win, coupled her B Grade Singles Championship victory, has

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capped a stand out season for the first season bowler. HANDICAP SINGLES: Winner Sandi Elliot with runner up Joy Bilney

Wilkinson team dominates Eleven teams contested the Mount Gambier RSL Bowling Club Championship Fours cumlinating in an intriguing final between the team of Deane Wilkinson, Alby McIntyre, Ian MacIntosh and Brenton Wittwer and the Rex Heins, Andy Ashby, Ron Edlington and Max Schultz combination. Both teams had been impressive in their paths to the final where the format changed to the best of 15 ends. The Deane Wilkinson

skippered team dominated with a 20-4 victory. They will go on to contest the Champion of Champions Fours at a later date. WINNERS: Ian MacIntosh, Alby McIntyre, Deane Wilkinson & Brenton Wittwer

Roper & McRobert win 2-4-2

In one of the best matches in recent years Wanderers outlasted Concordes White in a game that spanned two hours and 50 minutes of high drama. Wanderers jumped Concordes early, leading seven-nil after the top of the third and looking in total control thanks to accurate pitching from Rej Smith. Concordes however fought back, and from two down sparked a rally that saw them plate 5 to put them back in the match. The score and momentum then moved back and forth, however Concordes were never actually able to draw level. Leading in to the bottom of the last innings Concordes needed what seemed like an insurmountable five runs to win. With two out and loaded bases, and needing three to win, Jo Hopgood cracked a hit into the gap between centre and left, with two runs scoring to leave the scores tied with the third runner held up at third base. Tantalisingly close Concordes left the bases loaded without scoring, and an extra innings was called with tie breaker rules in

place (runner starting on third). Wanderers saved their best for last and batted truly to score five runs in that innings, with Concordes only managing 1 in reply. It was a heartbreaking loss for Concordes who have been the big improvers this season, but a well deserved win to a Wanderers side that will fancy their chances against Warriors Blue this week. Alli Kreplins pitched six excellent innings for Concordes, and was matched by Rej Smith from Wanderers, who also pitched with nerves of steel in the tie break innings. Best with the bat for Wanderers were Em Hart and Rej Smith with three hits apiece. For Concordes Jo Hopgood had four hits, and Billie Jones, three. In the playoff for a grand final berth, Demons defeated Warriors Blue convincingly to stake their claim as massive title favourites. Warriors Blue scored first thanks to a loaded bases walk, but from there on in pitcher Montana Millard barely put a foot wrong, only allowing two hits in total and striking out 4 over 4 innings. Demons also showed their

depth with the bat, as they took advantage of some uncharacteristic fielding errors by Warriors to pile on five in the third and six in the fourth to see the mercy rule invoked after only an hour at four innings. Cody Manning had two safehits and Hayley Burner came back from an early strike out to smash a huge three bagger over centrefield. Holly Watson and Jorja Mason, batting at six and seven, showed why this batting line up gives you no breathing room, with both recording outfield hits. RESULTS Wanderers 20 (E Hart, R Smith 3, S Moretti, J Hart 2, F Finch, L Little, I Bonney, L CliffordFinch) d Concordes White 16 (J Hopgood 4, B Jones 3, M Sutherland, D Waters, E Sutherland 2, S Brown, K Altschwager); Demons 13 (C Manning 2, Montana Millard, I Morale, H Burner, H Watson, J Mason) d Warriors Blue 1 (D Wombwell, L Bruggemann) PRELIMINARY FINAL Saturday 20/3 Warriors Blue v Wanderers @ 2pm

Pennant Bowls Results MID WEEK PENNANT Mount Gambier Red 45/12 d Port MacDonnell Red 44/2; Mount Gambier Blue 47/14 d Mount Gambier RSL Blue 34/0; Port MacDonnell Blue 57/14 d Mount Gambier Green 41/0; Mount Gambier RSL Red 70/14 d Naracoorte 28/0; Naracoorte RSL - BYE

Last week saw 34 players take part in the 2-4-2 competition at the Millicent Bowls Club, playing over 20 ends. The rink winning the day with a great score of 34+23 was Malcolm McRobert and Bryan Roper, coming in second was a triple of Ann Marie Goode, Chris Earl and John Scudds with a score of 32+10. Other winning rinks for the day, were Peter Hyland, Terry Barnes 32+7, Gary Wilson, Ian Ross 32+7, Danyl Hennessy, Alan Correll 31+10, Arthur O’Connell, John Drew 31+8, David Reichelt, Iain Campbell 31+4 and Peter Dunnicliff, Steve Carnellor 30+4. WINNERS: (Left) Bryan Roper & Malcolm McRobert RUNNERS UP: (Right) Chris Earl, AnnMarie Goode & John Scudds

Attamurra’s ladies championship tees off The Attamurra Ladies Club Championships commenced their first qualifying round last Wednesday and ladies president Mary Kentish had the top score for the day with nett 68. One shot further back was Andrea Pegler, followed by Carol Davis, with nett 73. Jill Johnson, a new player to the competition, played to her handicap to lead the ball run down winners with nett 73, with the remaining nine winners requiring nett 77 or better. The pro shot was won by Karen Forster and the second shot on the 1st was won by Jennifer Van Rijthoven in A grade, Di Norman in B grade and Jill Johnson in C grade. This week will see the second qualifying round played with the quarter finals played the following week.

ABOVE: President Mary Kentish happy with her winning round with third placegetter Carol Davis

Premiers decided in Friday pennants

LADIES DIVISION ONE PREMIERS: Mount Gambier RSL Red (front) Joy Bilney, Veronica Opie, Jenny Waugh, Jane Crowder and (back) Jennifer Bowering, Kym Franklin, Beryle Messenger, Nancye Wilson & Shirley Gifford.

LADIES DIVISION TWO PREMIERS: Naracoorte (front) Christine Murphy, Lynette Williams, Suzanne Bennett, Jennifer Measday and (back) Bev King, Christine Johnson, Ann Barker, Janet Munn & Denise Amey

LADIES DIVISION THREE PREMIERS: Beachport (front) Pamela Hales, Wendy Stratford, Rosemary Kain, Graham Trezise and (back) AnnMarie Goode, Annie Weise, Jan Amos & Nigel O’Brien

Mount Gambier RSL Red 55/12 d Port MacDonnell 50/2

Naracoorte 48/14 d Naracoorte RSL 33/0

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Tower breaks seven year drought & adds athletics victory to swimming success

What a competition – there was one and a half days of events and in the end only one point separated first and second. After successfully winning the Year 8 Modified Swimming Carnival in Nangwarry, Tower have gone on to win the Ian Gould Athletics Carnival Shield for the first time since 2014.

The large number of competitors, particularly in the Under 14 and Open age groups was impressive. Hayden Crowe won the Craig Elliott Perpetual Award, for the most outsanding individual performance of the carnival, for the second successive year. Hayden’s performances in both the 200m and 100m were

impressive, achieving 11.29 seconds and 23.11 seconds, both times were just outside national qualifying times. Amber Thompson set a new mark in the Under 16 Girls Discus with a throw of 25.72m, bettering the old mark of 23.78m in the only record breaking performance of the day.

TOWER CAPTAINS: (Above left) Cameron Morale, Sarah Ritter, Claire Hunter, Alex Ridding and Brielle Winterfield celebrate after Tower won the Ian Gould Interhouse Athletics Shield. AGE CHAMPIONS: (Above centre) Back from left – Tara Bryant, Jack O’Connor, Zeb Chant & Hoe Bay

Soe and front from left – Charlie Attiwill, Alice Tentye, Evie Sealey & Aaron Dally. CRAIG ELLIOTT PERPETUAL AWARD: (Above right) Hayden Crowe won its for the second conseuctive year.

Bonney wins again Bonney’s eighth title in nine years at Grant High School Athletics Day Bonney won its eighth title in the past nine years when it secured a narrow victory at the Grant HIgh School Athletics Carnival. One new record was achieved during the carnival, with Iowani Coleman (pictured far right) setting a new mark in the Under 14 Boys Shot Put with a throw of 12.51m, bettering the old mark of 11.78m set back in 1995. RESULTS: TRACK FIELD PARTICIPATION Bonney 1019 809 99 Gambier 985 532 77 Gordon 838 643 84 Henty 722 558 90

TOTAL 1,927 1,594 1,565 1,370

WINNING HOUSE CAPTAINS: (Right) Aiden Cameron (captain) Makala Cookson (vice captain) Piper Killick (captain) & Edward New (vice captain)

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Twenty-eight riders greeted the Commissaire for the 30km race along Caves Rd and back. In a slight differentiation from the usual handicaps, the riders were placed into one of four groups, focussing on riding in larger groups and the benefits thatcan ensue. The first group consisted of Jason Buckland, Jen Buckland, Damian Buckley and Shane Kennett. They were given a 10 minute head start on the next chasing group containing Dave Delaland, Jami Buckley, Jacki Barnett and Pru Riddoch. With 15 minutes on the clock, the third group was given the okay to chase. This group had a good mix

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of junior and experienced riders, consisting of Matt Fiegert, Riley Hill, Harry Opperman, together with Spek Peake, Mike Bakker, Mark Brooksby, Bruce McLaughlin and Phil Stasiw. The final super group to leave were given the all-clear to launch after 21 minutes had elapsed. Leading the charge was Nick Kidman, with Malcolm Tirabassi, Matthew Opperman, Jack Patzel, Colin Weatherill, Rowan Kruysse, John Cranwell, Paul Brooker, Mark Wight, Rohan Garfoot, Tess Wight and Chris Kennett. With 2km to go in the race, it was clear that the race was to be won by the limit group, who were continuing to ride strongly

Coasters win Border Cup

together. Damian Buckley opened the jostling with his signature power move up the hill, with Jen Buckland (pictured above leading the pack) managing to hold on to his wheel and eventually power past him to claim victory. Kennett rounded out the podium.

Molly in form Three junior racers fronted the starter for the Caves Road handicap race. In a virtual Individual time trial, Eddie Buckland started first, followed by Molly Opperman two minutes later, then Elmer Buckland a further two minutes back. Molly won line honours, bring her track for to the road, while Elmer secured fastest time and second place, with Eddie rounding out the podium.

The South East Coasters managed to retain the Border Cup after a very close three days of cricket held in Mount Gambier and Penola during the first week of March. The Border Cup is an annual Veterans Cricket competition open to players over 60 years of age. It is played between South East Coasters, Hamilton, Adelaide and Geelong. It is held in Mount Gambier and Districts every second year with Hamilton and Districts hosting it every alternate year. South East Coaster played Hamilton on day one in Penola. Hamilton won the toss and elected to bowl. After 20 overs the Coasters were in a commanding position having scored 110 without loss, however the batting collapse started with the first ball after drinks with Max Arney being bowled for eight and the Coasters ended up all out for 145. Best with the bat was Dale Bateman, retired on 44, Phil Verco made 19 and Mike Young 23. John Crawford was the best of the bowlers with the impressive figures of 4 wickets for 14 runs of 6.5 overs Hamilton District performed well with the bat, only losing two wickets by the 38 over mark to pass the Coasters score, they had several retires, K Baker 28, Phil Forsyth 18, P Le Lievre 16 and Allen Dobeson not out 21. Max Arney was the best with the ball with 1/6 and Neil Perry 1/22. On day two, the Coasters played Geelong at Frew Park and won the toss and put Geelong into bat. Wickets fell consistently throughout the 40 overs, including

two great runouts. Greg Lott was the best with the bat, caught Gary Ashby off Dale Batman for 27, J Costello was not out for 23 and B Hogan not out 20. Best with the ball was Phillip Dohnt 2/26, Dale Batman 1/19, Neil Perry 1/18 and a great return by Martin Stephenson 1/13. Chasing 145 for victory the Coasters reached the winning score for the loss of two wickets in the 33rd over. Dale Batman once again dominated with the bat, retiring on 43, only facing 24 balls. Other retirees were Phil Verco on 15, Steve Bell 16, Mike Young 25 and Tony Legoe not out 15. The South East Coasters played Adelaide in Penola on day three. winning the toss and putting Adelaide into bat. Best with the ball were Phil Dohnt ended up with 4/28, Tony Legoe 1/13 and Phil Verco 1/22. The Coasters again went out to bat with great determination, reaching a winning score of 128 off 34.6 overs. There were again several retirees, Steve Bell 19, Mike Young 16, Chris Cother 15 and Phil Verco not out 17. If any past or present cricketer within the Limestone Coast is interested in becoming a Veterans Cricketer, contact Steve Bell on 0423 352 777. BORDER CUP CHAMPIONS: (Back row) Colin Hutchesson, Tony Legoe, Phil Verco, Michael Young, Phil Dohnt, Chris Cother, Dale Bateman and (front row) Neil Perry, Steve Bell, Max Arney & Ian Sanderson. Absent: Gary Ashby, Robert Lock, Martin Stephenson.

Week seven of the 2021 Summer Table Tennis season produced not one but two evenly matched contests that went right down to the wire, with the overall result being decided on countback of games won. Conversely, other matches in the round were decidedly lopsided. In the A Grade, Mac’n’Tosh started strongly against GoGhetiams, storming to a 4-2 lead after the first bracket of singles rubbers before Go-Ghetiams stormed home at the back end to clinch four rubbers in a row and the match, 7-5. Sanith Ghethia and David Fox were strong for the victors, winning both of their singles rubbers. For Mac’n’Tosh, Chandler Jantosh also kept a clean sheet. Jantosh’s five game battle with David HarrisJones providing a real treat for onlookers, both players displaying a high level power and finesse. Leighmonzz and The Four Donkeys engaged in one of the most memorable battles of the summer season, neither team able to break away all night and finally ending on six rubbers apiece. It came down to a countback of individual games one, which was ultimately decided by the barest of margins 26-24 in favour of the Donkeys. For

the victors Katrina McPhee put up a truly inspiring performance, outlasting Harry Childs in five epic games, finishing 12-10 in the decider. McPhee would then go on to defeat another worthy opponent in Leighmonzz’s Justin Hutchesson later in the night. B Grade and C Grade match reports on our facebook page. 2-rubber winners: • A Grade: Chandler Jantosh (Mac’n’Tosh), Ward Freeman (Leighmonzz), David Fox, Sanith Ghetia (Go Ghetiams), Katrina McPhee (Four Donkeys). • B Grade: Tony Elletson (Turn It Up), Hayden Luo (Iron Filings), Aaron McPhee, Brian McPhee (pictured) (The Wolf Pack). • C Grade: Chris Turner (Snowballs), Tracey Rawlings (Blue Goblins), Tom Horrigan, Lorraine Halleday, Nat HarrisJones(Fireballs).

Track season winds up The Mount Gambier Cycling Club completed its Friday night track nights earlier this month after a five week race series. The series began with a bang with 22 riders contesting the events. The club hasn’t run track racing for its members for a few years and, with the introduction of the Limestone Coast Regional Sporting Academy, thought it was fitting to offer the members some racing. Split in four grades, the races on offer were heart starters, handicap racing, keirens and

motorpaces. Winners of the grades were Harry Opperman in A grade, Jami Buckley in B Grade, Molly Opperman in C grade and Mike Bakker in Super Vets. BELOW: Harry Opperman, Rob Mann & Matt Fiegert

Rymill makes history South East skeet shooters made their way to the top at the March long weekend, for the 2021 South Australian Skeet Championship; held at the State Shooting Park north of Adelaide. The three day competition saw a number of individual events won by local competitors, including Doyle Yoannidis (pictured far top right) who took out the C Grade Overall High Gun. Despite a less than ideal preparation Liz Rymill(pictured right with daughter Sybill) brought her A game and became the first female in South Australia to earn a place on the five person SA Open team. Fellow shooter Chelsea McKinnon (pictured bottom far right) shot her way onto the three member Ladies State Team, while Kingston

shooter Kevin ‘Kat’ Mules will represent SA in the Veterans Team. State Team members will head to the National Championship in Wagga Wagga in May.

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Millicent Night Owls Touches: Alan Rolfe (Lion Rams) 3, Ray Doecke (Maccas) 4, and grandson Geordie Whennan (first time bowler with the Maccas) 3, Rhonda Slape (Beanz Team) 3, Margie Gysbert (Gizzies Crew) 3, Stevie Pounsett (Lions Roar) 3, Winners: BLUE DIVISION : Lion Rams (Allan Johnson, Allan Rolfe, Richard North, Henny Gysbers) defeated Awesone Foursome 27+9, Lions 27+7, Somery Seniors 26+4, Max’s Four 26+4Bits & Pieces 25+3. RED DIVISION . Great Northern Clams (David Wight, Bradyn Riley, David Taylor, Peter Wight) won on a forfeit with 27 points, Rovers 25+6, Untouchables 25+3, Somerset Legends 25+2, The George had a draw on 16. WHITE DIVISION : Scrappers (Tammy Stuvvle, Eddy Hann, Robin Thomas, Manny Fuentes ) defeated Gizzies Crew 27+23,X Factor 27+8, Lions Roar 27+3, Lion Cubs 26+3. BLUE DIVISION WINNERS: (Top right) Allan Johnson, Allan Rolfe, Richard North, Henny Gysbers WHITE DIVISION WINNERS: (Bottom right) Eddy Hann, Robin Thomas, Tammy Stuvvle, Manny Fuentes

Record breaking swim Thomas Bignell shines at State Championships

It was one way traffic in this third verse fourth men’s basketball matchup with Bulldogs Blue the more desperate of the two sides from the opening tip. Bulldog Simon Berkefeld (pictured above driving past Josh McGregor) continued his slippery ways finding openings through the smallest gaps to get to the hoop consistently, Ben Young had a coming of age game with 21 points including three three pointers. Josh McGregor did his best to give his Cougars a chance with a team high 20 points. Cats women piled on the points in their game with Bulldogs-Roos, with five players reaching double figures led by Emily Winter with 19. Bulldog – Roos found some easy points through the hustle of Jordy Adams, however could not string together enough defensive stops to stay in the contest. Cat Lucy Denton continues to grow as a player and as an inside and outside threat to score, making her a

matchup nightmare for opponents. The Panthers women wanted to prove they can match it with the best in the competition, and for the most part of this game they did. Trailing by one point with five minutes to go in the contest it was league star Jasmin Howe who would step up for her Saints side with a big three pointer, gaining momentum for her side. Joey Jones continued her good form for the Panthers with 16 points, however they had no answer for Howe who led all scorers with 23. RESULTS MG PLASTERERS SECBL MEN Bulldogs Blue 82 (S Berkefeld 22, B Young 21) d Cougars 61 (J McGregor 20, T De Wit 15) MG PLASTERERS SECBL WOMEN Cats 81 (E Winter 19, L Denton 17) d Bulldogs Roos 55 (J Adams 17, C Hunter 13); Saints 51 (J Howe 23, L Haines 10) d Saints 43) d Panthers 43 (J Jones 16, N Facey 10)

Seven swimmers from Blue Lake Y Swim Club competed at the SA State Swimming Championships over the long weekend at the SA Aquatic and Leisure Centre in Adelaide. Hayley, Aleisha and Mikayla Pearson, Thomas and Nicholas Bignell, Haydn Lowe and Annabelle Solomons made up the local contingent. There were quite a few PBs achieved, a strong presence in finals with six medal wins and a SA Country record broken. FLYING THE FLAG: (Above) Haydn Lowe, Mikayla, Aleisha and Hayley Pearson, Nicholas and Thomas Bignell & Annabelle Solomons. RESULTS Thomas Bignell Made finals in all events. Broke the 16yo 50 breaststroke SA Country record. Medals: 16yo – 50 breast silver. 200 breast, 100 breast, 50 back – all bronze. Finals: 100 back – 4th. 50 free – 6th. 100 free – 8th.

Hayley Pearson Medals: 17-18yo - 50 fly silver, 100 fly bronze. Finals: 50 breast – 6th. Mikayla Pearson Finals: 12yo 50 fly – 8th. Annabelle Solomons Finals: 13yo 100 back – 10th. 13yo 50 back – reserve.

Haydn Lowe 13yo 200 back – 10th. Swam PBs in all events. Biggest PB 3 sec off 200 back. Aleisha Pearson 14yo 50 back, 200 back, 100 back – reserve. Nicholas Bignell Swam PB in 100 breast.

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Autcross event to kick off SEAC Super Series The 2021 SEAC Super Series gets underway on March 21, with a good field expected to enter for this first round. Entry is online only, using the Motorsport Australia website, and close at midnight on Tuesday, March16, with no late entries accepted. Preceding the Sunday competition, the club is holding a Come N Try outing on the Saturday afternoon, for those that want to try out what happens at an autocross. If you are interested in driving your “safe” car around the track, bring your helmet, fill in the paperwork(entry fee $25, day

member $25) and have your car passed by the club’s scrutineers at the Megaw Road complex, between 1.30pm and 3.30pm. There will be a drivers briefing to be held between 2.30pm and 4pm, after which the track will be opened for some spirited driving. There is also provision for “passenger” participation on the day, after the necessary paperwork has been completed. After having a near capacity entry for the recently held State Khanacross, autocross director Kevin Raedel would be looking for a good field from last year’s competitors, all keen to get out

and have a go on the challenging track layout for the March 21 event. Gates open at 7.45am, booking in from 7.45am to 9am, with a Driver’s Brief at 9.15am, followed by the compulsory look around lap. Competition commences straight after the siting lap is completed. Good viewing can be had from the roadside, above the track area, or entering the complex, signing in at the COVID register and watching from one of the viewing mounds. At this stage it is not known if there will be any catering at site, so come prepared for the day.

Pietersma wins nailbiter to claim veterans title Earlier this month , the Millicent Bowls Club held their annual Veterans Singles competition. To qualify for this game all players must be 70 years of age or over. In the ladies competition the grand final was played between Lyn Scudds and Ella Pietersma. All games leading up to and including the grand Ffnal were played to 21 shots up with the first player in the game reaching 21 shots declared the winner. In the grand final, by the eighth end, both players were sitting on four shots and by the 19th end the score had risen to 14 shots each. The game was becoming a real battle royal

with both players going shot for shot. On the 25th end Pietersma scored three shots to put the score in her favour, 20 shots to 16, meaning she only required one shot to take out the title but on the next end Scudds scored two shots and refused to go away. On the 27th end Pietersma secured the one shot

she needed to give her the title of Ladies Veteran Singles Champion for 2021. The men’s game has come down to the final two and will be played this Wednesdayat 1pm between Iain Campbell and Derk Pietersma and will be played to the first to reach 21 shots.

With the return of the women that played in the recent annual Southern Ports Tournament, including two winners, C grade winner Lynda Nannings and B grade runner up Ronda Edwards, a decent sized field contested the third round of the Sorrentos Cafe Summer Trophy. The competition was played in stableford format and the play of the day came from Edwards, still in a purple patch, blitzing the rest of her competitors with 39 points, three shots under her handicap of 20. Consequently Edwards took home the top voucher for Division 1 along with nearest to pin 2nd shot on the par 3 14th hole prize. Edwards score of 21/18 included pars on holes 2, 3, 5, 9 and 16. Runner up, captain Helen Myers, ( 33 points) was six shots further back carding 17/16 that included 3 x 3 pointers but unfortunately four bogeys and one pick-up impacted on her final score. It was also Division Two’s Trudy Herbert’s second successive week to shine after winning the monthly medal the other week and now last week’s top spot with 32 points. Herbert’s front nine proved

to be the pinnacle of her score as 14 was all she could manage on the back nine. A countback from Lyn Annand, who also suffered the yips on the back nine, coming up short with 13 points, was required. Fay Price won the nearest to pin 2nd shot. This Wednesday will see the running of the 2nd round of the Metro Bakery & Cafe Silver Salver in par format. A reminder the first qualifying round of the handicap championships has been rescheduled for March 24. ABOVE: (Top) Division 1 runner up Helen Myers & winner Ronda Edwards with Division 2 runner up Lyn Annand & winner Trudy Herbert and (inset) Lynda Nannings & Ronda Edwards enjoyed success at Southern Ports.

Mental health in the spotlight Postponed Rugby League event returns to field The 2020 State of Mind Competition was contestedearlier this month after it became a victim of COVID. The rescheduled day kicked of with a junior tag competition, a great game, with the participants really starting to develop, showcasing the the growth of the game at junior levels in the local area. The Naracoorte Jets and Blue Lake Knights took the field to contest the State of Mind Trophy -the game and the day looks to raise awareness of suicide and men’s mental health, by opening up communication about the topics. A minutes silence and prayer was held prior to both teams coming together and paying respects, showcasing the spirit the game was to be played in. What transpired was one of the best games of rugby league to be played, maybe since the local league was born seven years ago. Played hard and fast, both teams

tore into each other, and had the crowd on the their feet. Naracoorte was able to retain the trophy, coming out victors in an exceptional razor thin contest by both teams that ended 20-18. Knights captain Lloyd PearceRaisin was named man of the match after a Herculean performance leading from the front, albeit in a losing side. Following the game the teams came together and the Polynesian

Jets contingent performed a hymn as the two teams embraced in respect for their lost team mates. All eyes now turn to State team selections with the Limestone Coast Rugby League season set to kick off again this year. Anyone that wants to become involved in this growing sport at senior, women’s or junior level please contact the Blue Lake Knights, Naracoorte Jets or NRLSA. If you or anyone you know needs

help contact Beyond Blue on 1300 224 636 or the Men’s Help Line on 1300 78 99 78. REMEMBERING TOGETHER: (Above) The State of Mind Cup teams. MAN OF THE MATCH: (Left) Blue Lake Knight captain Lloyd Pearce-Raisin put in a stunning performance for the losing team.



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