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Finally a place to call home St John Centre officially opened After three years of having no place to call home, St John Mount Gambier staff, volunteers and cadets have a new state-of-theart centre with State and local officials, on hand to celebrate the new premises -the St John SA Limestone Coast division. St John Ambulance SA CEO Mark Groote said it was the first opening of a regional centre for many, many years. “It has been a
long journey for the team,” Mark said. “They made sure they got the right space in the right location.” And that right space was secured thanks to the generosity and support of Brendon and Lynette Hirth – the owners of the 3 Anthony Street property, which was once their home of their plumbing business. See inside for full story
LEFT: Joseph O’Connor & Sharon Tuffnell were given the honours at the ribbon cutting ceremony.
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A place to call home Three year hunt for new St John Centre officially over After three years of having no place to call home, St John Mount Gambier staff, volunteers and cadets have a new state-of-theart centre with State and local officials, on hand to celebrate the new premises -the St John SA Limestone Coast division. St John Ambulance SA CEO Mark Groote said it was the first opening of a regional centre for many, many years. “It has been a long journey for the team,” Mark said. “They made
sure they got the right space in the right location.” And that right space was secured thanks to the generosity and support of Brendon and Lynette Hirth – the owners of the 3 Anthony Street property, which was once their home of their plumbing business. “Everyone should be really proud of what we have here as a building and somewhere for volunteers to call home,” Mark said. “It’s a much more contemporary space
for volunteers and students. As important as the bricks and mortar are, it is the people that make use as an organisation – they are the heartbeat of the organisation and here in Mount Gambier we really do have some of the best.” Mount Gambier’s Officer Administrating Command Joseph O’Connor was as excited as anyone with the new digs, sharing his St John journey and the role the organisation has played in his life. Joining in 2009 as a 10 year old, Joseph considers St John his second family. “It has helped me grow my passion for health care and leadership,” he said. “I wouldn’t be standing in the shoes I am if it wasn’t for all the mentorship from St John.” And as much as Joseph loved his walk down memory lane, he was very focussed on the future. “It is time to start new memories here,” he said. The Mount Gambier volunteers, which sees eight adults and 25 cadets, were front and centre at 66 events from 2018-2020, delivering 470 courses. The work of the Mount Gambier Centre, especially considering the
challenges of not having a base for three years with training, cadets and equipment all at different locations, impressed St John Ambulance SA board chair Karen Limb. “You are outstanding citizens who make a real difference in the community,” she said. “I am inspired by the energy, drive and enthusiasm of our people. This facility will enable St John members to do what they do so well.” Mount Gambier Cadet Division Superintendent Sharon Tuffnell was certainly excited to have a home base for her cadet program. “We have been lucky enough to be able to use the Naval Association Clubrooms for the cadets and North Gambier Football Club for our commercial training and other facilities,” she said. “When we first came into this facility it immediately felt like home. We’ve got a good team but a small team.” And the cadet chief, now St John has its new premises, has already earmarked recruitment as the next project for the local division. “With the new centre opening,
we hope to see a renewed interest in volunteering with St John as we look to the future in a bright, fresh new facility,” she said. Fittingly, the opening of the new building doubled as recognition of the backbone of the local organisation Ross Parkinson, who was awarded his 45 year service award. “It’s an absolute pleasure to be here this morning for the opening of this fabulous facility,” Ross said. “It is a privilege to serve in St John. I receive far more reward from it personally, being able to serve the sick and injured in the community in their time of need.” NEW ST JOHN CENTRE: (Above) Jospeh O’Connor and Sharon Tuffnell celebrate after the ribbon cutting ceremony; (top left) the Mount Gambier cadets; (far left bottom) 17 year old Joe McMahon, who was promoted from Corporal to Sergeant and has been invovled in St John for eight years with Ross Parkinson, who received his 45 year service award and (left bottom) St John Ambulance SA CEO Mark Groote.
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The ultimate challenge Mount Gambier mother down but not out First there were thousands who wanted to showcase their skill on the Channel 7 show Ultimate Tag. That number got reduced to 150 and then to advance to the semi final placed competitors in a select group or lite performers. That’s where Mount Gambier’s Tammy White found herself but her Ultimate Tag journey is now over – eliminated at the weekend at the semi final stage, when an untimely ankle injury did little to help her cause, she is still clearly ranked among the best in the country. It was not a bad effort from the body builder, gym instructor and personal trainer who continues to push herself outside her comfort zone – always looking to test and
challenge herself at every turn. The 38 year old mother of five - her two childnre aged 17 and 19 and her three step children aged 15, 16 and 20 - was alerted to the opportunity by her auntie and having already gone through a similar process when applying for Ninja Warrior, an opportunity where she also got to the audition stage, she knew what she was in for, starting with the 30 page application form. “I then got a call and was asked to send a video before getting called up to audition,” Tammy said. “I did the audition in Adelaide and honestly didn’t expect to hear back.” And while it took a month she
did hear back and had to pack her bags for Sydney and taping of the Ultimate Tag heats. From a training perspective Tammy had no real experience in Parkour style events and did add increased cardio to her routine in preparation. “My training is predominantly body building,” she said. “I spend my time working on box jumps, burpees, HIIT, circuit style training so I did add more cardio to my routine. The auditions are really physical – it was like a huge fitness test. I am definitely not fit for running but I was fit for the 30 second burst of high intensity you needed for Ultimate Tag.” Tammy was astounded by
the diverse backgrounds of her competitors, from AFL footballers to cheerleaders to a bank manager. “I was so nervous before my first heat,” Tammy said. “We had five minutes to look at the course and then you were into it. “ Tammy certainly didn’t head to Sydney with high hopes and with secrecy at an all time high, she just told her PT clients she was going to be away but she would be back in three days. “When I made it through, which shocked me, I had to change my plans,” she said. “I don’t hold myself in very high regard when it comes to things like this so it was hugely emotional to get through.” She then progressed to the semi finals with a win in her second round and while she took out her first semi final, she was eliminated in the second semi final, falling just short of a grand final berth. Tammy is quick not to use her injury as an excuse but rolling her ankle certainly did not help her cause. “She was an amazing competitor and could have beaten me anyway,” she said. At
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semi final stage, the competitors were matched against each other not a professional tag expert. This won’t be the last challenge Tammy tackles – it has always been her modus operandi. She has an agent and has secured some movie roles as an extra – a path she went down after seeing her sister Belinda enjoy a successful career in the performing arts and deciding she would like to give that a go as well. “I’ve always been a little bit reserved and scared to be myself and things like this outside my comfort zone actually help me to be myself,” Tammy said. Most recently she was an extra in a crowd scene in the new Mortal Kombat movie, set for release in April, and it was an experience she will never forget. “There’s a chance you won’t even see me but it was two full days on set of a blockbuster movie with Warner Bros – it was amazing,” Tammy said. “It is something you would do for free – to experience what it is like behind the scenes of such a huge movie. The experience was amazing just to see how they make a massive box office kind of movie.” Her foray into body building was also based around challenge. She spotted a model on the front of a magazine and told her then partner she wanted to look like that – he scoffed – she trained hard and hasn’t stopped. Her next challenge could be SAS Australia. She has been approached about putting her name forward for the gruelling reality TV show but is currently battling some doubts. “I know them physical challenges would be so hard but I would love to give them a go,” Tammy said. “I am more concerned about the mental capacity, I’m a bit of an empath and I’d probably cry. I do think it is the mental side of SAS that has me scared but again, perhaps it is another one of those challenges that would be good for me.” If you have missed any of Tammy’s efforts on Ultimate Tag, 11 episodes are available to stream from 7plus for 12 months upon completion of the show. Tammy features in episode five twice and episode eight with the Ultimate Tag grand final airing this Sunday 7pm and Monday 7.30pm on 7flix.
Painting a picture Prestigious art prize calls for entries It is a prestigious art prize and traditionally kicks off the Penola Coonawarra Arts Festival and entries are now being called for the John Shaw Neilson Acquisitive At Prize, as well as the 20201 Design Prize. Courtesy of the generous support from long time sponsor The Balnaves Foundation – the prize money for the John Shaw Neilson Acquisitive Art Prize has been increased to $12,000, with a further Local Art Prize of $1000 also on offer thanks to the generous sponsorship of local Festival supporter and community icon Lois Hodge. JSN Art Prize coordinator and festival committee chair John Mossop was excited to have the festival and the highly anticipated art prize back on the arts calendar after the disruptions of 2020. “The John Shaw Neilson Acquisitive Art Prize is a highly anticipated event of the Penola Coonawarra Arts Festival – both for entrants and festival goers – and is the springboard to the festival,” Mr Mossop said. “It is open to all emerging and established artists throughout Australia, and entries must be inspired by the works of this early Penola poet. The competition has previously attracted a wide range of entries from artists working in a two
dimensional medium from within this region and beyond, and has firmly made its mark on the artist calendar. The Balnaves Foundation have been generous sponsors of the John Shaw Neilson Acquisitive Art Prize since 2011. The Balnaves Foundation is a private philanthropic organisation established in 2006 by Neil Balnaves AO to provide support to charitable enterprises across Australia. As in past years, a Local Art Prize is open to those artists residing within the Limestone Coast as a further encouragement for the local community to get involved. “For those considering entering for the first time, it really is a wonderful opportunity to be part of a dynamic Festival whilst acknowledging Neilson’s place in Penola’s history,” Mr Mossop said. The call is also out for entries is the 2021 Design Prize, vying for the $1000 prize pool, sponsored by the Penola & District Community Bendigo Bank, which sees the winner’s graphic design work used for inspiration for the promotional material for the following year’s festival, including the program, posters, flyers, website, banners and other marketing material. It was created to celebrate creativity and excellence and
provides an ideal forum for emerging designers to have their work recognised through a professional platform. “The Penola Coonawarra Arts Festival Committee aims to create a dynamic, exciting event each year, and it is through competitions such as these that the festival really does shine,” said Mr Mossop. The Penola Coonawarra Arts Festival will be held over three days in May, with the announcement of the 2021 John Shaw Neilson Art prize and 2021 Design prize winners marking the official opening of the Festival on Friday, May 14, at the Penola High School. The exhibition will be on display for a week following the festival. The winning John Shaw Neilson Acquisitive Art entry will be included in the acquisitive collection of previous winners at the Penola Coonawarra Visitor Information Centre. In 2022, the Penola Coonawarra Arts Festival will celebrate its 30th year, coinciding with the 150th anniversary of John Shaw Neilson’s birth. Entries for both competitions close on Friday, May 7. Further details and Competition forms are available on the website https://artsfestival.com.au/ competitions/
2019 WINNER: Penny Dowie (second from right) with her painting ‘Spirit of Spring’ based on the poem ‘To A Divinity’, pictured with family members and judge Elle Freak, from the Art Gallery of South Australia.
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Future proofing Grant High School’s building program ramps up Grant High School continues to undergo a serious makeover as the school’s extensive building development program with the new science lab now completed and ready for students and the performing arts, art room and new classrooms well underway. And while this major upgrade continues, preparing the school for the influx of Year 7 students from 2022, the school is also fundraising for a new gym – to be funded in conjunction with the department of Education. Funded through a South Australian Government program, the completed science lab, the new drama and music centre, new canteen, three new classrooms, art room and staff carpark extension has a $7million dollar price tag. The school has long been well aware it also needed a new gym but the government funding was not going to cover that kind of redevelopment so the school set up a three year plan, working in conjunction with the Department of Education to raise the funds to replace the tired facility. That was only a year ago but the school community has been on board the fundraising campaign and as soon as the Education department gets the paperwork completed and the major redevelopment is completed, by the middle of this year, the school will continue to resemble a construction site as the new gym
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upgrades. Principal Fleur Roachock said fundraising for the school’s building fund would always be on the agenda. “There are always things on the wish list, always things you need,” she said. Mrs Roachock expects to have an official unveiling of the $7million redevelopment in the middle of this year, “What has been great is the way the new buildings have been integrated with the stone and other elements,” she said. “We are now working through naming the new building. The students have selected a Boandik name and we are now working with local elders to see if they are happy with what has been chosen.”
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The hard work of the local community and the generosity of the Federal Government has seen the Mil Lel Memorial Hall unveil significant upgrades as the hard working hall committee looks to redevelop the tired community asset. Long stand secretary Janet Phillips, who is only the third secretary since 1955, praised the advocacy work of Member for Barker Tony Pasin, as well as the generosity of some local community members, who dug deep into their own pockets to help fund the much needed makeover. The infrastructure upgrade was officially opened at the weekend, followed by a Meet & Greet. Saturday’s unveiling was eight years in the making as the hall committee struggled to attract the all important grant funding but then Tony Pasin stepped in to help and courtesy of the Federal Government’s Building Better Regions Fund the Mil Lel Memorial Hall now boasts a disabled toilet with a shower, an upgraded men’s toilets and a shower, as well as an upgrade to the ladies toilets with three new toilets and two showers. The Federal Government tipped in just over $70,000 with the hall, courtesy of those community donations, contributing $75,000. Mrs Phillips said she happily handed over the project to local builders Naralilla Homes, who managed the project and completed the work on time and budget. “Mil-Lel Memorial Park committee would like to thank Naralilla Homes for the great work they did and all those who contributed their time, donations and support to enable this project go ahead,” Mrs Phillips said. “The wider community will reap the benefits of the facilities for many more years to come.”
The long serving secretary now has a refurbished kitchen in her sights. The hall is used by the Karenni community for church, as well as being hired out every easter for a horse endurance events, hosting private functions, is home to an indoor bowls competition and is the venue of choice for the Mil Lel School concerts. Mrs Phillips hopes the upgrades and future plans will only see its use increase and that is also the hope of the Member for Barker. “The Mil Lel Memorial Hall, is more than just a building. It brings the community together and has done for over 60 years,” Mr Pasin said. “There is a really strong sense of community in Mil Lel and this building is at its heart. I know that there has been a committed fundraising effort to upgrade the amenities and I’m really pleased that the Federal Government was able to support this project.”
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Development Michael McCormack said upgrading the local hall in Mil Lel to better cater for those living with disabilities, means the venue will now be able to be hired by a more diverse group of the community and could prove to supply a real boost to the local economy. EIGHT YEAR WAIT: (Above top) Michael Kirby (President), Janet Phillips (Secretary), Member for Barker Tony Pasin & Brian Douglas (Past President) and (inset) Brian Douglas (Past President), Justin Lunnay (Builder Naralilla Homes), Michael Kirby (President), Janet Phillips (Secretary), Jerry leech, who played a key role in the grant application & Sue Moelder (Committee member).
Centenary celebrations Coonawarra Hall redevelopment unveiled Those living in the township of Coonawarra are set to benefit from improved infrastructure after the completion of The Project 100: Coonawarra Community Hall upgrades. Member for Barker Tony Pasin opened the refurbished facilities on Friday, saying it was an exciting development which would strengthen the Coonawarra community. “I am pleased the Federal Government was able to deliver funding to update the Hall’s facilities to improve the experience for those that use this century old Hall.,” he said. “This project delivered necessary upgrades including new indoor/ outdoor bar and dining space, upgrades to main hall flooring, painting of external and internal calls, replacement of ceiling and a new toilet facility. “With the increased capacity
that this redevelopment has facilitated, I can see the hall will be used for more local event.” Coonawarra Soldiers Memorial Community Club committee member John Innes said the Building Better Regions Fund grant is by far the most significant external funding the Hall has received in it’s one hundred year history, enabling this project to be completed to mark the 100 year anniversary. “In maintaining the heritage of the building, as well as enhancing its various spaces, the new and improved building will continue to serve future generations with increased capacity and vigour,” he said. “The Coonawarra Hall is used very regularly for community events, wine industry gatherings film nights, choir practice and the all-important annual tomato competition.
“We still have many more projects ahead of us and I think Project 100 has been a major boost, giving us great confidence for the future of the Coonawarra Hall.” Wattle Range Council Mayor, Des Noll said the Coonawarra Community Hall has been a major part of the local lifestyle, inviting the community to come together and connect with each other. “On behalf of the Wattle Range Council, I congratulate the Coonawarra Community Club for a job well done,” he said. This project received $77,545 in funding from the Australian Government under the Building Better Regions Fund. Other project contributors were Coonawarra Soldiers Memorial Community Club ($84,045), Wattle Range Council ($2,000), Stand Like Stone ($2,500) and Bendigo Bank ($2,000).
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Happy housewarming A new home for the business that specialises in finding new homes What happens when one of Mount Gambier’s leading real estate agency outgrows its own home? It follows the lead of hundreds of happy clients, and takes on a major renovation projec. Key 2 Sale has opened the doors to its brand new Sturt Street headquarters, completing the stunning transformation of a tired office block into a dynamic, modern workspace. The ambitious 12 month renovation project, which commenced soon after COVID struck, reflects Key 2 Sale’s commitment to investing in the community - and its confidence in the future of the Limestone Coast
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work as a team bouncing ideas off one another,” Gail said. In addition to offices, meeting rooms and a well-equipped kitchen, the brand new interior layout has its own designated wellbeing room for employees. “The Key 2 Sale team works incredibly hard and spends a lot of time at the office, so we thought it was important to have a place where we can switch off for a while, in addition to providing pleasant, collaborative workspaces,” Gail said. Meanwhile, the previously vacant site’s new façade has been designed to complement other character buildings in the area, including the former Varcoe Foundry. “We love local history and wanted to buy an old building in Mount Gambier, but the right property never really presented itself, so in the end, we practised what we preach as real estate agents and went for location,” Gail said. Location, Location… Located in one of the city’s busiest precincts, Mount Gambier’s new Key 2 Sale office is situated directly across the road from the Coles and Aldi shopping complex, and counts Spotlight, the Mount Gambier RSL and Hawkins Medical Clinic among its neighbours. “The office has a homely, welcoming feel; we really want clients to feel like they are coming into our home as opposed to a corporate office environment, yet there are still those confidential spaces allowing them to discuss their real estate requirements with confidence,” Gailsaid. The Key 2 Success… When Key 2 Sale launched as a start up in 2016, Principal Gail Richards worked from a desk in her laundry when she wasn’t on the road, and set herself a target of selling two houses a month. Instead, Gail sold 40 homes that first year. Five years later, Key 2 Sale’s team of nine staff have the largest market share of property sales for Mount Gambier and surrounds. Key 2 Sale has been named Mount Gambier’s Agency of the Year for the past three years in a row by Rate My Agent, with Gail also named Mount Gambier’s Agent of the Year for 2018, 2019 and 2020. “We are incredibly proud of our growth and our awards, but it’s not about the numbers; it’s about the people,” Gail said. “We love assisting our clients over the real estate journey.”
Community on board Naracoorte Lucindale Wellbeing Program gains momentum It is one of two pilot programs running in South Australia and the Naracoorte Lucindale Wellbeing Program continues to gain momentum with more than 15 community based programs and initiatives signing up to be part of the project. With a view to support physical, social, mental and community wellbeing, the community has jumped on board during recent consultation to expand the program. The Naracoorte Lucindale Wellbeing Program is a partnership project between Naracoorte
Lucindale Council and the South Australian Government under the Statewide Wellbeing Strategy, led by Wellbeing SA. Under the partnership, just over $110,000 funding has been provided to Naracoorte Lucindale Council. Other key State Government agencies involved in the partnership project include the Office for Recreation, Sport and Racing and Department of Human Services. All partners are providing co-investments to support the program rollout to the community. The Naracoorte Lucindale
Program is focussing on increasing opportunities for unstructured physical activity and improving social connection, community participation and inclusion, with a diverse range of people being targeted – children, families, young people, people from CALD (Culturally and Linguistically Diverse) backgrounds and residents over 65 years. The program was kickstarted earlier this year with Good Country Physiotherapy leading the way with The Good Life Project, a series of free workshops to help
improve the health and wellbeing of over 65s. There are places still available in The Good Life Project so if you are over 65 and reside in the Naracoorte Lucindale district, call Good Country Physiotherapy on (08)8762 1515, email gcp@ goodcountryphysio.com.au or drop into the clinic at 157 Street for more information and to book your place. The Naracoorte Drama Collective, led by Naracoorte’s very own TV star Luke Patrick (pictured above, has also recently kicked off and is running for six
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A walk down memory lane National Parks & Wildlife looking to track down history of popular campgrounds Historic photos and stories on the Bucks Camp and Box Flat campgrounds in Ngarkat Conservation Park are being sought by National Parks and Wildlife Service South Australia (NPWSSA). The Box Flat campground is located about 30 kilometres from Lameroo with Bucks Camp about 30km from Keith. NPWSSA ranger Ryan Hamood said they were looking to collate further information on the sites, from pre-1980.
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destinations in years past for visitors from local towns, including Lameroo, Keith, Tintinara and Bordertown,” he said. “But there’s not many photos or stories that we have on file. “We’re looking to develop further information and signage for these areas and are asking if anyone knows of stories, or photos, to please send them in to us. “Whether it’s farming information, what people used to do, bits and pieces or photos of picnics, we’d love to see it all, as
long as it relates to these areas.” Ryan said Bucks Camp had a tumbled-down, two-room hut with a nearby soak and old well, while Box Flat had an old three-room hut. Both areas were also important sites for local First Nations, as the location of several soaks. Ngarkat Conservation Park includes 270,000 hectares of vegetated sand dunes, mallee and heath. Many wildlife are found throughout the park, including the rarely spotted malleefowl, western
grey kangaroos, emus and more than 120 species of birds. A number of walking trails give you the opportunity to see the wildlife and get a better appreciation of the vast mallee landscape. Enjoy the magnificent views from Tyms Lookout along a 2-3 hour hike. Early attempts to farm this country failed as seen by the ruins of early European pioneering settlements at Box Flat. Send in your photos and stories by June 30 via email to email@example.com
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QantasLink officially becomes second carrier to Mount Gambier Regional Airport
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QantasLink officially added Mount Gambier to its map with direct flights from Adelaide and Melbourne, marking the first time the national carrier has flown to the South Australian city with the inaugural flight touching down on Sunday. Welcomed with water canon salutes at Mount Gambier Regional Airport and Adelaide Airport there was also celebrations with customers and community leaders as a long awaited second carrier was added to the key Mount Gambier routes. QantasLink will operate five weekly return flights on both routes with its 50-seat Q300 turboprop aircraft, with upgraded cabin interiors, offering 500 seats on the routes each week. The Mount Gambier launch coincided with the launch of two other new QantasLink routes, Melbourne to Albury and Wagga Wagga, as QantasLink looks to provide more options for travellers in the regions. QantasLink CEO John Gissing said the new routes reinforced the airline’s commitment to regional Australia. “As the national carrier, we have an important role to play in driving tourism and supporting the industry in its recovery from COVID-19,” said Mr Gissing. “We know Australians love to travel and many are looking to visit places they haven’t been before. “The addition of Mount Gambier
to our network will support the growing demand we’re seeing and help deliver a boost for local businesses. “We’re working with tourism partners to promote the unique geographic landscape and world class wine of the Limestone Coast to millions of our frequent flyers around the country. “The new flights will also offer locals more choice and competitive fares on what were previously monopoly routes, with seamless onward connections to our large domestic network through Adelaide and Melbourne. “Our customers will also enjoy the benefits of our premium service, including complimentary food and drinks, baggage and lounge access in capital cities before they fly.” District Council of Grant officials welcomed the milestone event, touting it a huge boon for the Limestone Coast region, value adding the multi million dollar terminal and airport upgrade. “You look at the airport now and it is a really welcoming sort of place,” District Council of Grant Mayor Richard Sage said. “You really feel like you’ve arrived – it is so well designed and it is the perfect gateway to the Limestone Coast.” District Council of Grant CEO Darryl Whicker was also excited by the addition of QantasLink. “The expansion of our terminal and airport meant we are now fit
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for two carriers and having two carriers can only bring benefit to the region in terms of travel for residents, tourists and the commerce sector,” Mr Whicker said. “Increased frequency and more affordable travel for the region can only be a good thing.” The tourism possibilities having QantasLink on board was one of the key factors that had Mayor Sage welcoming their arrival at the Mount Gambier Regional Airport. “One of the things we are hoping for with QantasLink is fly-drive packages that will bring tourists in and they can go and visit and see what this region has got to offer,”” Mayor Sage said. “Those that are time poor can still really enjoy the Limestone Coast by flying in and QantasLink is working really hard with Tourism SA to be able to make that positive impact here.” The CEO also intimated other routes may be added by both QantasLink and Rex Airlines. In celebration of a new destination on the Qantas network, the airline is offering Mount Gambier residents the opportunity to join its Frequent Flyer program for free until 30 April 2021 via qantas.com/freejoin. Travellers will be able to earn Qantas Points and Status Credits on the new routes as well as using their points to book flights. In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, Qantas has introduced a number of initiatives improve safety and peace-of-mind when travelling domestically through its Fly Well program, including masks on board, hand sanitising stations and enhanced aircraft cleaning.
Wattle Range Council operations manager Graham ‘Grutz’ Knaggs closed the Millicent depot gate for the final time on March 22, ending his 37 year career with council.
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Thirty-six people attended the End of an Era Devonshire Afternoon Tea and Presentations, of the Mount Gambier Lioness Club, held at the Blue Lake Golf Club. During the afternoon cheques were presented to local charities - RFDS, Foodbank, Mount Gambier Library, South East Junction, ac.care and Look Good Feel Better. Life member Wynne Turner made a presentation to president Beryl Mahoney (pictured above), who is now the Charter President of the newly formed Lions Club of Blue Lake City Lioness, as a thankyou from the club for the work she has done in our new club set up. Claire Welch OAM, who was the Charter President of the Mount Gambier Lioness Club, 43 years ago, shared the history of the proud club. MAIN PHOTO: The community group representatives who received donations from the Mount Gambier Lioness Club.
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After five years of community campaigning the heart of Dartmoor will soon be transformed following the official sod turning of the Dartmoor Rail Trail Project last week. Construction works on the Rail Trail Project will commence in the coming weeks and will see the 1.3km unused rail track through the centre of the township revitalised into an “active hub”, providing an accessible sealed walking and bike path. The project, which was announced late last year, is managed by the Glenelg Shire Council and funded through the Federal Government’s Local Roads and Community Infrastructure Program. Dartmoor Progress Association president and key project
advocate Wendy Dowling said it was “a very special day for the Dartmoor community”. “Five years ago we began our campaign to secure a lease for the unused rail line and now the project is only months away from completion, it is a huge achievement for our township and we couldn’t be more excited,” she said. “The Rail Trail will be a real asset not only for Dartmoor, but the Glenelg Shire as a whole, encouraging further visitation to our thriving region. We’ve got plenty to offer here and following the completion of the rail trail project we will be able to offer even more. But above all else it’ll be fantastic for our township to have this trail right in the heart of the township, it will be something
that every member of our community can enjoy and access. We are exceptionally lucky – we have a brilliant town with brilliant volunteers, and we thank all levels of Government who played a part in ensuring this much needed project could be realised.” Glenelg Shire Council officials have high hopes the Rail Trail will become a hub for the township, welcoming the official start of works and seeing it as just reward for the Dartmoor community, who have advocated tirelessly for this beautification project. Once completed, this track will provide a connection from the centre of Dartmoor through to Fort O’Hare camping ground, one of the shire’s most popular camping spots.
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Business boost Council support through vouchers A popular support scheme has returned in the Glenelg Shire, offering local businesses the chance to access subsidised professional support. The Glenelg Shire Council have reintroduced the ‘Return to Business’ program, providing eligible businesses a support voucher worth $250 to subside the cost of seeking professional advice from an accountant or business advisor. Glenelg Shire officials said the voucher program had returned to help businesses adapt and navigate the ever-changing economic climate, with the Federal Government’s JobKeeper
package due to end later this month. The ‘Return to Business’ program was first launched last year as part of council’s package to help support and strengthen businesses through the uncertain effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. In its initial phase council had more than 150 applications for the program and officials were heartened to see so many local businesses taking up the opportunity to seek professional advice. Council recognises that the business landscape is set to significantly change again following the end of the JobKeeper
payment scheme at the end of this month, which will impact many local employers. Hopes are high that reintroducing the voucher program business owners will be able to access and understand the most up to date information, and help protect the financial health of their
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A day at the races with a difference for Blue Lake Golf Club fundraiser It is a day at the races with a difference starting with the location – the Blue Lake Golf Club. The club fundraiser is returning after a hiatus as the fun filled Family Day at the Races sees six horses go under the hammer for each race. The event sees handcrafted horses wound up the strait by their appointed jockeys, while the crowd, all dressed in their race day finest, cheer them on. The Kongorong Sportsmans Club is loaning its stable of horses to the Blue Lake Golf Club for the fundraiser with Jeff Olafsen, from Neutron Ag Solutions, conducting the horse auction, with Sam O’Connor turning up the heat with his enthusiastic calling of the races. The traditional bugle call, synonymous with a day at the races, will announce each race as the jockeys then work their arms to the max to wind their horse past the finish line. Each winning jockey will be entered into the last race of the day - the Australian Paving Centre Gold Cup, with the winner netting themselves the grand prize of $300. Table bookings are
business both for the short and long term future. To be eligible for the ‘Return to Business’ voucher, applications must: • Have an Australian Business Number (ABN); • Employ fewer than 50 FTE employees at the time of
application (applications above the number of employees will be considered in the tourism and hospitality sectors); • Have a residential and/or business address within the Glenelg Shire; • Use the voucher at an Accountants or Professional Service provider located in the Glenelg Shire. Applications close July 31 adn vouchers must be used by Friday, December 31. For further information, please visit the Glenelg Shire website or contact Council’s Economic Development Unit on 1300 GLENELG.
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recommended but all punters are welcome, with the April 11 event starting at 1pm. There will be great prizes for fashions on the Field for Mares, Stallions, Colts and Fillies. The event sponsors are major sponsor Australian Paving Centre, as well as Neutron Ag Solutions, South East Vet, Blue Lake Bar & Bistro, Stuart Bowd Rural Contracting, STIHL Mount Gambier, Jayco Mount Gambier, Herbert Vineyard, It’s a Celebration,
Margaret Street Meats, Horse Deals Mount Gambier, Redgum Country and Kaboom Family Entertainment. The April 11 Family Day at the Races is a great opportunity to support the Blue Lake Golf Club, which is celebrating 35 years. The club has a focus on family and community. Contact the club for more details.
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This recently renovated brick and tile unit will be perfect for retirees, downsizers or investors. Inside offers two newly carpeted bedrooms both with BIR’s, lounge with gas wall heater and kitchen/dining with electric cooking, dishwasher, pantry and r/c split system air conditioning. Tidy bathroom with shower, bath & vanity plus separate toilet and beautifully renovated laundry. Single car garage UMR with remote roller door and direct internal access. Low maintenance garden areas front and rear provide just enough room to potter around. In a very neat complex of 4 units, this property is perfect for those who want an easy care lifestyle.
Meticulously renovated 3 bedroom stone home located within close proximity to Reidy Park Primary School, Tenison College or Mount Gambier High School. Inside offers 3 bedrooms, all with quality built in robes, renovated bathroom with shower over bath and vanity, updated kitchen /dining opening onto the large lounge area. A great feature of this home is gas ducted heating throughout. Outside features include elevated deck, positioned to take in the north facing aspect and overlooks the securely fenced rear yard. This property also offers rear yard access to a 9m x 5m colorbond shed featuring power, lined, s/c wood fire, cement floor and power (ideal games room) plus wood shed, chicken coop and additional single stone garage. 2 1 1
$219,000-$229,000 Contact Sara O’Connor 0438 708 281 9 WILLIAM RD, WORROLONG
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$275,000-$295,000 Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266
309 Commercial St West, Mount Gambier New
COUNTRY LIFE AWAITS YOU! - - - -
Imagine waking up to country life every day…… Lovely four-bedroom, 2 bathroom family home set on 5 acres Huge open plan dining/family area with slow combustion wood heating and r/c split system air conditioning This is your chance to escape to the country! 4 2 2
Gail Richards 0409 268 199 121B SEA PDE, PT MACDONNELL
Highest & Best Offers
NEW > LOADS OF SHEDDING!
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With the beach directly opposite and cafes just a stroll away, this incredibly low-maintenance 4 bedroom solid brick & tile home on a corner allotment, offers beautiful views and is ready for summer fun! The versatile floor plan features an inviting dining/lounge area adjoining the kitchen, which offers stunning ocean views Positioned on a corner a 585m2 corner allotment and offering a double car garage UMR with internal access 4 2 2
Al Lamond 0418 849 266 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 - Rural aspect at the rear of the allotment - Power passing - Plan your dream home and phone the builder today! Gail Richards 0409 268 199
SHELLSEA CRT, PELICAN POINT
This solid three bedroom Villa is perfectly located for you to live and work from the same location. The huge sheds at the rear of the property have been used for business purposes over many years as the access from the side street means that you can keep the house and the business quite separate. Car enthusiasts will be so spoilt, the dimensions of the two larger sheds are 19.5m x 8.2m (approx) and 6.6m x 7.4m (approx), whilst the carport is an additional area of 6.6m x 11m (approx). The quaint home has a North facing lounge room capturing loads of natural light. The timber kitchen/dining contains electric cooking and beyond the kitchen is the cosy family room with large slow combustion heating unit. 3 1
$299,000-$329,000 Contact Sara O’Connor 0438 708 281
TRANSPORTABLE FOR SALE, YAHL $175,000-$185,000
- Exciting land division in Pelican Point - Allotments ranging in size from 840m2 to 985m2 - Situated only 20 minutes’ drive from Mount Gambier - Get in quick with some allotments offering new aerobic septic systems & one with shedding - Phone your builder today so you don’t miss your chance! Al Lamond 0418 849 266
- Exciting new subdivision overlooking the Mount Gambier Racecourse and surrounding countryside, located within minutes from the City Centre - Magnificent opportunity to build your dream home, with plenty of room for sheds and stables (S.T.C.A) - ONLY 2 ALLOTMENTS LEFT! Al Lamond 0418 849 266
- 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 Gail Richards 0409 268 199
Paul Chuck SALES 0409 541 113
Suite 2/14 Helen Street, Mount Gambier | www.gebhardts.com.au | Phone 08 8725 5766 NEW
13 Kyrenia Court
Ben Jeffrey SALES 0417 810 246
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11 Betula Road
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312 Commercial Street West NEW
WED 5.00-5.30 3
$699,000-$759,000 4 2 12 A unique opportunity to live and work from home S.T.C.C. A beautiful & grand character home set on over half acre. Huge high clearance shedding, high exposure site – zoned light industrial. Work from home or lease the sheds!
Spacious family home with open plan kitchen and dining, solid timber kitchen with electric cooking. Light filled front lounge and a second lounge with slow combustion heating. Three large bedrooms, two with built in wardrobes.
1 Holloway Street, Donovans
4 2 2 $495,000-$525,000 Stunning family home in popular St Martins precinct. Quiet cul-de-sac location - beautiful outlook. Quality & trendy features throughout. Spacious living areas, outdoor entertaining area and enclosed rear yard. Family Perfection!
15 Gardiner Terrace
3 Foote Street
$575,000 3 1 1+ Rare city centre multi tenanted opportunity. Renovated villa Circa 1900 of 3/4 bedrooms (currently leased), office/warehouse. Shedding fronting Alexander Street. Portion of this leased at $930 p/m plus full office area available.
Break free from the city and enjoy the relaxed lifestyle of the Glenelg River. Near new build full of rustic charm. Perfect design & inspiring features. Only 6 minutes to Nelson or 20 minutes to Mount Gambier. Love at first sight!
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.
3/46 Brownes Road
6 Bengalee Crescent
A great home with many features including updated kitchen, two living areas, fantastic patio/entertaining on appealing low maintenance grounds. The property also boasts two street access with room for 2 cars plus caravan or boat.
23 Percy St/12-14 Alexander St
3 2 2 $479,000 It’s all about location – wonderful low maintenance family home in A1 position. Spacious living areas, bedrooms & outdoor entertaining. Surrounded by quality & established homes. Short walk to Blue Lake, shops & main street. Don’t Delay!
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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2/36 Hastings Avenue
2/3 Ryan Avenue
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$380 pw | Available 10/5/21
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COMMERCIAL 2/2 James Street 32 Commercial Street West
30 Umpherston Street
6 Davis Crescent
$179,000-$189,000 2 1 1 Neat and tidy solid brick and tile unit perfect for investment. Open plan kitchen and dining with great storage. Cozy lounge fully carpeted with split system.
$280 pw 3 1 1 • 3 bedrooms, main with WIR & access to 3 way bathroom • Other 2 bedrooms have BIR • Open kitchen/ dining/lounge area dishwasher, electric & gas cooking • Gas central heating & r/c aircon • Single garage • Under cover patio area • Includes lawn mowing • No pets
$380 pw 4 2 2 • 4 bedrooms main with walk-in robe & ensuite • Formal lounge • Kitchen/ dine/family room • Slow combustion heating & r/c air conditioner • Double garage • Excellent views of city • Pets negotiable
94 Commercial Street East
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77 CROUCH STREET NORTH, MOUNT GAMBIER
$115,000 VACANT BUILDING BLOCK LIFESTYLE LOCATION
Large 732m2 level building allotment in sought after location. Walking distance to all the main street has to offer, MacDonald Park Primary School and Saint Martins Lutheran College. Electricity & Water. Council rates $1290.77. Inspect this block today to appreciate all it has to offer and build your dream home. Contact Elisha Beare on 0407 213 023.
23 DERWENT COURT, MOUNT GAMBIER
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SPACIOUS FAMILY LIVING, SOUGHT AFTER LOCATION
This low maintenance family home is situated on a large 840m2 allotment in a sought-after location within walking distance to Saint Martin’s Lutheran College and just minutes from the inner city. The home comprises four generous sized bedrooms all with built in robes, main with access to two-way bathroom featuring bath, shower, vanity and separate toilet. Kitchen with electric cooking, dishwasher, ample cupboard space overlooking the large living area with reverse cycle air conditioning and gas heating for comfort all year round with the bonus of a second lounge/ dining area. Freshly painted through out and immaculately presented this home is ready for your family to simply move in and enjoy all it has to offer. Other features include a double car garage under main roof with shelter to the rear door and rear yard access to an extra double car garage with concrete and power all with remote roller doors. Make an appointment to view this fantastic property today.
SPACIOUS FAMILY HOME
4-5 bedrooms. Main with WIR, ensuite & A/C, 2 with BIRs & 4th bedroom with glass sliding door onto balcony. 5th bedroom/teenage retreat/games room. Main bathroom includes bath, shower, vanity and separate toilet. Large native reserve at your back fence.
4 FAIRWAY COURT, MOUNT GAMBIER
1 PICK AVENUE, MOUNT GAMBIER
LEASED $725,000 3 1 1
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ULTIMATE FAMILY LIVING WITH A GOLF COURSE AT YOUR BACK DOOR
Three bedrooms, main with built in robes. Kitchen/dining with electric cooking. Spacious lounge with gas heating. Bathroom with bath, shower and vanity. Laundry and separate toilet situated at rear of the home off of a mudroom. Spacious yard with single car garage. Bond $1680.00. 12 Month Fixed Lease. NO PETS.
Expansive 4134m2 allotment surrounded with well established trees and hedges, open plan living, kitchen with gas cooking, impressive breakfast bar, walk-in pantry & dishwasher. Overlooks the dining & expansive living area with doors opening to the fully enclosed entertaining area combining inside and out. 4 bedroom, main with WIR and double ensuite, main bathroom with bath, shower & vanity & separate toile, large laundry, second living area currently utelised as a home office. The bar/rumpus room currently utilised for entertaining and fitted with the plumbing for a third bathroom opening up the opportunity for an attached granny flat, parents retreat or even the visitors wing.
50 LACHLAN CRESCENT, MOUNT GAMBIER
6 HEAVER DRIVE, MOUNT GAMBIER
CENTRALLY LOCATED FAMILY HOME
$239,000 FIRST HOME OR INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY
Set on a 644m2 allotment fitted with solar panels, low maintenance gardens and rustic country gates this 3-4 bedroom home will be an ideal first home or fantastic investment property. Fully functional kitchen with gas cooking & dishwasher. Easy to maintain floating floorboards throughout. Main bedroom has walk-in robe & access to bathroom featuring bath, shower, separate vanity & separate toilet. Bedrooms 2 & 3 have built-in robes. Wooden blinds & ceiling fans in all rooms. Lounge with wood combustion heating & air-conditioning. Enclosed back room (4th bedroom or 2nd living area) with a potbelly fire perfect for entertaining. Carport for covered parking alongside a shipping container for storage.
$235,000 TURN YOUR DREAM INTO A REALITY
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This spacious family home is conveniently located within walking distance to Mulga Street Primary School, is situated on a 643m2 Allotment and offers spacious family living. Comprising three bedrooms, two with built in Robes, a generous lounge area with slow combustion wood heating and a reverse cycle split system for your convenience, kitchen with pantry, double sink and a breakfast bar overlooking the dining area, large bathroom with bath, shower and vanity, even the toilet is spacious! Outside features include a single car garage with a remote roller door, a garden shed, an undercover BBQ area and with the addition of 1 small gate the rear yard will be secure and offer the perfect space for the kids and pets to enjoy.
S A L R E A L E S TAT E
MOUNT GAMBIER E
Land Size - Approximately 3A
FOR SALE - $- $419,000 FOR SALE $389,000
• 3-bedroom Mount Gambier stone home with 6kw solar and battery setup • 15,000 gallon of rainwater to the house plus bore water to the gardens and troughs • Timber cattle yards and loading ramp with lead in yards • 4 bay zincalume garage and 2 bay stone garage • 25.9HA/ 64 acres fenced into 4 main paddocks with good shelter belts of trees • 5 acres (approx) of heavy peat soils with sandy loam to terra roasa soils over limestone • EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST CLOSING 6TH APRIL AT 12 NOON
Address: 14 - 18 O’Dea Road,
• Situated on 3 acres on the outskirts of Mount Gambier
• Lovely rear pergola area plus formal lounge area • 3 generous sized bedrooms plus office or study area
Contact: Brenton Leggett
• Bore water plus mains and rainwater to the house (9000L)
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• 3 phase power plus additional shedding
Property ID: 22970382
• Fenced into two main paddocks
Peace & Tranquility
Country Lifestyle On The City Limits • Updated kitchen featuring electric cooking with lovely
Land Size - Approximately 25.9HA
FOR SALE - $ OF INTEREST FOR SALE BY EXPRESSIONS
Address: 1329 Poonada Road, Tantanoola Contact:
Brenton Leggett 0438 344 042
Property ID: 22906216
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Land Size - Approximately 217m2
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Treasure Trove In Finchley Grove • Ripper investment located in Finchley Grove Estate
FOR SALE -$ FOR SALE $155,000
• 2-bedrooms with built in robes
Address: 25/184 Jubilee Highway West,
• Kitchen with gas cooking and handy front load washing
Contact: Vicki Quinn
• Split system reverse cycle heating and cooling
0417 804 782
• Carport with automatic roller door plus second off street park
Property ID: 22988645
• Currently tenanted at $195 per week
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• 1 Coutts Street, Mount Gambier
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Land Size - Approximately 14.97HA
Sought After Land In Yahl
Candice Merrett 0419 387 094 Property Manager
Jo Gibbs 0437 902 438 Property Manager
• 37 Acres of undulating vacant land on the city limits with ideal home sites • Located right next to the Glenburnie Racecourse with good fencing • Town water connected to the allotment and power passing • Established fruit trees and storage shed • Two main paddocks of good rural fencing with bitumen road frontage • Solar powered electric fencing unit around the property • EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST CLOSING 16 APRIL AT 12NOON
FOR SALE BY EXPRESSIONS FOR SALE - $ OF INTEREST Address: Lot 2 Yahl Road, Yahl Contact: Brenton Leggett 0438 344 042 Property ID: 22916116
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Rental 7 Rosemont Place, Mt Gambier $430 P/W Available: 16/04/21
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12 Dove Place, Mt Gambier $225,000 - $235,000 Open by appointment
8 Hirth Street, Mt Gambier $270 P/W Available: 23/04/2021
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8 MacKenzie Street, Mt Gambier $270,000 Open by appointment
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5 Germein Court, Pt MacDonnell $350 P/W Available: 23/04/2021
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Sale 5 Suttontown Avenue, Mt Gambier $399,000 - $419,000 Open by appointment
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4/121 Wehl Street North, Mt Gambier 3 $175,000 Open by appointment
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18 Marlow Court, Mt Gambier $79,000 Open by appointment
1 Duigan Street, Mt Gambier $349,000 Open by appointment
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Water Front Cafe at the Jetty, Beachport $200,000 + Stock Open by appointment
13 Alfred Court, Beachport $350,000 Open by appointment
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Hairhouse Warehouse, Mt Gambier $220,000 + Stock Open by appointment
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95 Sturt Street, Mt Gambier $109,000 - $119,000 Open by appointment
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Sale 15 Alfred Court, Beachport $800,000 Open by appointment
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1/53 Bertha Street, Mt Gambier. Highest & Best Offers by Monday 19th April 3 Open by appointment
Located on Bertha Street, close to the Lakes and Railway Lands. A light and bright hallway with original timber floorboards, white walls and high ceilings lead to the kitchen & diner with an adjoining loungeroom. The kitchen features white cabinetry, mosaic-style splashback tiles, stone benchtops, vintage farmhouse style sink and tapware with an integrated d/washer. A large, designer gas oven and stove sit opposite a wood-burning fireplace. The bathroom features floor to ceiling tiles, timber vanity unit and frameless glass showerrecess with separate freestanding bath. This renovated cottage offers three bedrooms, a carport, garden shed and a lovely rear decking area.
2/7 Peppercress Crt, Worrolong $339,000
79 North Tce, Mt Gambier $429,000 - $439,000
252 Commercial St West, Mt Gambier $695,000 - $705,000
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4 Hillcrest Ave, Mt Gambier $299,000
154 - 156 Suttontown Rd, Suttontown Auction Fri 16th April 12pm
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1 Wehl Street South, Mount Gambier 08 8724 9999 98 George Street, Millicent 8733 1989
SERVICING THE GREATER LIMESTONE COAST + WESTERN VICTORIA
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Experience Penola THIS EASTER Penola Cup just one reason to visit From the history to the shopping to the wine tasting - Penola has something for everyone The time honoured Di Giorgio Family Wines Penola Cup has been the centrepiece of Easter celebrations in the Limestone Coast for decades – it is the perfect family day out on Easter Sunday. And while you might come for the race, Penola is a treasure trove of opportunity, from the playgrounds to the wineries, from the vibrant retail precinct to the sporting facilities and a piece of history at every turn and there is no better place to spend this Easter. The eight race Penola Cup program sees the gates open at 11am ahead of the first race at 12.19pm with tickets available at the gate. And while the main attraction is the action on the track, there is plenty of off track action with the kids in mind, including a jumping castle and face painting. There is also the now famous, kids sprint down the home strait and the all important Easter egg hunt. The Penola Racing Club is just excited about having crowds back at the picturesque race track after the meeting was run without spectators in 2020. They are also grateful to have the support of major naming rights sponsor Di Giorgio Family Wines. And there is so much more than the races when you visit Penola is the oldest town in the Limestone Coast, meaning it is rich in tradition and with a story from the past around every corner. You can learn about the town’s
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fascinating history on the heritage walk, strolling along historic Petticoat Lane which includes National Trust heritage-listed cottages to explore and the St Mary MacKillop Interpretive Centre — a centre created to honour Australia’s first saint and Penola resident, St Mary MacKillop who co-founded the Congregation of the Sister of Saint Joseph with Father Julian Tension Woods. If history is your thing you will also love browsing in Never Too Old, the antique and collectable store that stocks everything from hand crafted furniture to vintage jewellery. Once you have headed down memory lane you can come back to the present and visit one of the many Coonawarra cellar doors to sample the region’s most famous export – award winning wine. Learn about the value of the terra rossa soil, learn about the wine making process and just sit back and relax and enjoy a glass of wine, as well as everything else
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the cellar door experience has to offer with wineries like Bowen Estate and Whistle Post only too happy to spend time telling their story and sharing their wines. And it’s not just the cellar door experience, there are galleries dotted throughout the centre of town featuring a variety of work by the wealth of talented local artists in the region and you can sit back and enjoy country hospitality at the local cafes, offering barista made coffee and delicious homemade treats, with Windara Bakery having been creating homemade baked goods for decades. While the Prince of Wales is a typical country pub, giving new meaning to the word hospitality. It is hard to believe a town with a population of 2000 has so much to offer but it has all of that and more, including wonderful playgrounds, including a skate park, as well as a golf course and the wide open space of McCorquindale Park, Greenrise Recreation Reserve and Penola Conservation Park and Nature Trail. Penola also boasts quality accommodation, with facilities like the Coonawarra Motor Lodge, Eagles Nest Accommodation Cente and Cobb & Co Cottages, so stay for the whole weekend and give yourself time to explore and experience everything. And there is no shortage of quality shopping with the multi award winning IGA Supermarket that stocks all your staples as well as some stunning gourmet lines and plenty of local produce., while Marg Williams Pharmacy ensures you have all your health and wellbeing needs covered. The Penola town centre also boasts plenty of speciality shops with Di’s Gifts n’ Flowers typical of the wide range of products and friendly service.
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RURAL RUNDOWN Price increases for sale Online sheep store sale enjoys strong clearance rates
ACROSS I) Flat-topped hills 6) Lavished affection (on) 11) “El___” (Heston film) 14) Type of coffee or whiskey 15) 1960s boxer Griffith 16) Type of poem 17) Strolls in the wilderness 19) Mai___ (cocktail variety) 20) Making no sounds 21) Trails 23) Appallingly 26) Additionally 27) Stretches of shallow water 28) Himalayan kingdom 30) “Herzog” author Bellow 31) Excuse for the police 32) Cranberry locale 35) “That’s___, folks!” 36) Chopper to the ER 38) Belt piercer 39) Archery wood 40) Tsar’s edict 41) Earthenware crock 42) Cafeteria customers 44) Syrup sources 46) Arts and___ 48) People who revel in cruelty 49) Coffee, the milky way 50) Spring or winter, e.g. 52) Ordinal nwnber ending, sometimes 53) Nightmares for landlords 58) “Fee___ foe furn” 59) “Dynasty” actress Linda 60) Western “necktie” 61) High, rocky hill 62) Satisfy, as a debt 63) Attack from a concealed place
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Rainfall throughout the eastern states resulted in an increased offering and clearance rate from last week’s national AuctionsPlus sheep store sale. Crossbred lambs dominated the week, with more than 15,000 head offered to deliver a 93% clearance rate. Crossbred lambs have experienced significant price increases over the past 12 months, with prices lifting on average by 11.7%, or $24/head, year-on-year. Over the past month alone the price has risen by 5.7%, or $12/ head, while yardings have also tracked higher by 7,017 head since the same time in February. All of this can be attributed to lambs currently being sold into a strong market and the positive outlook for sheepmeat in general. The top priced lot of last week’s sale was made by NSM Australian White ewe lambs, which sold for $563/head. In a similar action to the cattle market of recent weeks, with producers buying weaner heifers at the annual sales, it is evident restocker appetites to pay for quality future breeding stock are very strong. The natural, low maintenance, easy doing ability of the Aussie White adds further
testament to the value producers are placing on purchasing quality genetics. This will support a lift in the overall productivity of a flock and deliver stronger investment returns on the progeny sold from these ewes. AuctionsPlus have analysed the online uptake of Aussie Whites since 2015 in a recent article. With the medium term outlook for the domestic lamb market
in a favourable position and widespread rain falling, producers are focusing on the future with their current restocking purchasing behaviours online. This reaffirms the belief that the rebuild of the national flock is well and truly in operation – a positive indication for both the sheepmeat and agriculture industry to capitalise on domestic and export opportunities for sheep and lambs.
Hamilton Market Report - SHEEP & LAMBS THURSDAY Agents yarded 12,937 sheep, an increase of 5019. It was a very plain and mixed offering of sheep last week which did not display the overall quality and weight of lthe previous week’s sale. All weights and grades were available and heavy sheep were in the minority. All the regular buyers were in attendance except for one major processer, but not all fully active. The market was softer by $5 to $10/head for the good medium sheep, as well as light sheep. The heavy sheep over 30kg were again up to $20/head stronger Hoggets sold to $236/head. Light weight 2 score sheep sold from $90 to $113/head to average between 640c and 690c/kg. Medium weight sheep 3 score sold from $140 to $168/head, averaging 640 to 680c/kg cwt. Heavy merino ewes sold from $172 to $210/head with heavy merino wethers selling from $184 to $269/head. Heavy crossbred ewes sold to a top of $246/head averaging 690c/kg cwt. The general cost of mutton to be around 640c to 670c/kg cwt. Terminal sire rams sold to $67 with Merino rams selling to $220/head.
Hamilton Market Report - SHEEP & LAMBS WEDNESDAY Agents yarded 17408 lambs at Hamilton last week an increase o 2328 head. It was another excellent offering of Trade lambs with similar quality to previous sales with a few more lambs suitable for restocking penned. There was a full contingent of processers plus one extra northern processer and restockers were in attendance and fully active in a market that was firm to $10 per head dearer inplaces over most catgories Restocking competition was again good but some of the very light end lambs were $20 per head softer in places ,due to the quality on offer. Restockers came from Shepparton The South East of South Australia and local areas. Light 12 to 18kg lambs on offer made from $80 to $158/head, averaging from 800c and 988c/kg cwt. The light trade weight lambs two and three score18 to 22kg sold from $174 to $209/head, to average between 850and 895c/kg cwt. The medium trade weight lambs 22 to 25kg made from $174to $222/head, to average from 820c and 880c/kg cwt. Heavy trade weight lambs 26 to 30kg and over made up to $244/head, to average 720c/kg to 780c/kg cwt. Hoggets three score made to $170.
Naracoorte Market Report - CATTLE Numbers fell a little as agents yarded 533 head of live weight and open auction cattle. These sold to the usual field of trade and processor buyers with a number of these either only partially active or not active at all, with the small number on offer. Quality was mixed at best with a small amount of cattle coming off feed helping to lift this as the mixed quality brought about some mixed results in price. Yearling steers to the trade ranged from 440c to 470c, with similar heifers making from 378c to 490c/ kg. Yearling steers to feed made from 440c to 466c with the heifer portion returning from 410c to 471c/kg. Restockers purchased a small amount of steers to 458c, and heifers to 470c/kg. Grown steers and bullocks were small in number as they made from 343c to 354c to the trade, with feeder support to 425c/kg. Grown heifers received trade support from 312c to 428c, as feeders operated to 344c/kg. Manufacturing steers ranged from 295c to 331c/kg. Heavy weight cows sold from 282c to 316c, with the light weight types selling to 246c, as feeders sought supply from 242c to 307c/kg. Heavy weight bulls made from 230c to 284c, as light weights to feed reached 445c/kg.
RURAL RUNDOWN Neighbours urged to work together Fox baiting on the agenda The Limestone Coast Landscape Board are urging local landholders to join forces with their neighbours and work together on a coordinated fox control program this season. Teaming up with your neighbours on a coordinated fox control program is proving an effective way to control pest fox numbers, for the benefit of the landscape, and your bottom line. Limestone Coast Landscape Board landscape officer Saxon Ellis explained that baiting twice a year is key. Optimal timing is during early spring when vixens require more food and early autumn, as young foxes are starting to spread from the den, looking for new territory, food and are easily attracted to baits. “There are a range of fox control methods that can be used such as ground shooting, baiting and fumigation of dens,” Mr Ellis said.
“Other options may include using guard animals, trapping, exclusion fencing and fox deterrent lights. Most effective control occurs if multiple methods are used and by teaming up with your neighbours in a coordinated approach.“ Additionally, whilst any effort to reduce feral fox numbers is a benefit to our landscape, a concentrated neighbourhood baiting program in a condensed period can reduce the fox population significantly whilst limiting the social impact of the baiting. Foxes are a declared pest animal under the Landscape South Australia Act 2019 and the Limestone Coast Landscape Board is committed to reducing the impact of foxes to native wildlife and agriculture. Landscape officers are able to supply 1080 fox baits, PAPP fox baits, canid pest ejector capsules, and trap
hire. Plan early to control foxes by the baiting method as there is an approval and notification process to complete before baiting can be undertaken. It is essential to adhere to directions for use, and this includes a mandatory requirement to notify neighbours of baiting programs and specific distance requirements to assist with safety for dogs, and in some instances wildlife. For more information, advice, baiting supply options, or for help with organising a fox baiting group in your area contact your local Landscape officer. For more information contact the Limestone Coast Landscape Board in Mount Gambier (08)8735 1177 or in Keith (08)8755 1620.
Time to join the evolution program Opportunity for local agriculture and food businesses Glenelg Shire Council is ecouraging local agriculture and food businesses with innovative ideas to apply for a place in the Agrifood Evolution program. Up to 12 business from the Great South Coast will be chosen to take part in the 90 day program to give them the tools they need to scale up their existing business. AgriFood Evolution has been successfully delivered across Australia over the past four years by industry experts Beanstalk and the Federal Government’s Food Innovation Australia Limited. With generous support from Food Innovation Australia Limited, the Warrnambool City, Moyne, Corangamite, Southern Grampians and Glenelg Shire Councils have worked together to bring AgriFood Evolution to the region, and to make more than $15,000 worth of
mentoring and training available for just $100 per business. The Great South Coast is Victoria’s largest food and fibre region, producing more than $2 billion in agricultural output each year. Beanstalk Director Cal Foulner said the ability to add value to an existing product was one of the best ways to grow your business and enter new markets. “I think there’s a big trend towards businesses moving from being a price taker to a price maker,” he said. “Typically, Australia has been good at growing bulk commodities and selling them off, but there’s a shift towards people thinking in more innovative ways - bringing a structured process to clearly identify the right customer segments, getting products into
their hands, and consequently gathering feedback to refine their value proposition. “Examples are people who are taking quince and turning it into high-end quince paste products or growing hops locally to make completely locally-sourced beer.” Mr Foulner said that as well as running through the theories and topics needed to launch and run a successful business, the journey that the program’s participants share and the relationships they build are just as important. “A lot of the value is bringing people together from the region to collaborate and learn from each other,” he said. “The oldschool way of business is not telling anyone about what you’re doing, keeping everything a secret and working away to be a market leader on your own.
Naracoorte Market Report - SHEEP & LAMBS Numbers rose as agents yarded 5081 lambs and 1825 sheep to total 6906 head overall. These sold to the usual array of trade and processor buyers along with a number of active restockers seeking lambs to grow on. Quality improved lasat week with more weight and condition across the offering with pricing responding to this with both the sheep and lamb markets rising with a lift of $5 to $10/head
common across the categories. Light lambs to the trade ranged from $124 to $165 as the lightweight trade 2 and 3 score selection returned from $154 to $170/head. Restockers turned lambs back out from $88 to $118 for lighter weights and from $138 to $164/ head for the heavier pens. Tradeweight 3 score lambs made from $156 to $180 to range from around 760c to 810c/kg cwt as the heavy lambs sold from $184 to $214/head.
The extra heavy selection made from $208 to a market high for some outstanding lambs of $267/head. Hoggets made from $170 to $200 as the lighter sheep returned from $129 to $168/ head. Medium weighted sheep made from $165 to $200 with the heavy pens making from $209 to a high of $232/head. Wethers ranged from $144 to $165 as rams sold from $60 to $167/head.
Mount Gambier Market Report CATTLE Numbers fell sharply as agents offered 494 head of liveweight and open auction cattle. These sold to the usual field of trade and processor buyers with not all of these being fully active along with a slightly smaller number of feeder and restocker orders. Quality was generally good across the offering with the small number leading to some mixed results in price. Vealer steers to the trade ranged from 450c to 487c with feeder support here to 468c/kg. Yearling steers to the trade made from 438c to 475c as similar heifers ranged from 380c to 450c/kg. Feeder orders sought steers from 400c to 468c and heifers from 324c to 426c as restockers sourced steers to 400c and heifers to 440c/kg. Grown steers and bullocks to the trade made from 330c to 395c with feeders operating from 380c to 410c/kg. Grown heifers to the trade made from 310c to 376c with feeder activity from 295c to also 376c as manufacturing steers sold from 295c to 324c/kg. Heavy cows to the trade ranged from 282c to 320c with the lighter types making from 230c to 276c as feeders purchased to 275c as bulls ranged from 210c to 285c/kg. “The new approach, and certainly the approach we are championing, is working out how do you establish the right partnerships to make sure you can focus on doing the thing that you’re the best at. “The tide of innovation raises all boats in the region, so the more success stories we can generate through programs like AgriFood Evolution, the more everyone
stands to benefit.” Free virtual information sessions will be held to give people an overview of the program as well as some general advice and inspirational ideas to digest. These will be held on March 29 at 6pm and March 31 at 9am and 12.30pm. To register visit www. agrifoodevolution.thinkific.com/ courses
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Spoonerisms I think it’s time we talked about spoons. I think we specifically need to talk about the naming of spoons. At some point each new thing that is invented gets named. Most commonly the new item gets named by the person or people who created it. I think it’s time we considered whether these names have to stay unchanged for the
rest of human history, or whether they can be changed. I’ll lay all my cards on the table right here. I think it’s time we reviewed the way spoons are named. There are modern precedents. Have you heard of Cheekies? How about Red Rippers? Cheer cheese? Fads? Admittedly these names were changed because of their racial association or offensive sexual language, but the underlying reason for the change of name was broadly that they weren’t appropriate anymore. Likewise the spoon names are no longer appropriate. Let’s start with the tea spoon. As Wikipedia explains, a teaspoon is, “a small spoon that can be used to stir a cup of tea or coffee.” Let’s be clear from the start that the teaspoon is the best spoon, and this definition massively undersells its value as an item of cutlery. As far as I’m concerned, the teaspoon is the only spoon worth considering. I use it for my cereal as it allows the correct amount of Coco Pops to be put into my gob. It is also the spoon best suited to ice cream, chocolate mousse, jelly or other desserts. Using any of the bigger spoons leads to the dessert disappearing far too quickly. When eating a delicious dessert you really want to savour and enjoy the experience. Using the spoon to
stir a cup of tea is still perfectly acceptable, but I think we all know that there is a similar if not greater amount of coffee drunk worldwide these days. And what about Milo and hot chocolate. With it being the go-to spoon for all purposes, is it in need of some rebranding? I think the answer is yes. You may be interested to know that due to tea being rare and pricey when it was first introduced to England in about 1660, teaspoons and teacups were smaller than today. It was only after the Commutation Act of 1784 when tax on tea was reduced from an exorbitant 119 percent to 12.5 percent that the size of teaspoons and teacups grew to modern day volumes. Nothing much to do with my article, but just an interesting fact. The next spoon worth considering is the tablespoon. Some people (let’s call them simpletons) choose to eat using a tablespoon. This is simply madness. The spoon doesn’t easily fit in the mouth. A table spoon scoops up far too much food for a single mouthful, and as highlighted already leads to dessert being consumed far too quickly to get the full enjoyment from it. The only sensible use for a tablespoon is to scoop other spoon eaten foods (yoghurt, icecream, mousse) into a bowl to be consumed correctly with a teaspoon. Some people would suggest soup is a legitimate use of larger
spoons, but in all honesty soup is a problem all by itself. Not really a liquid. Not really a solid. Sometimes mostly liquid with chunks of solid floating throughout. Sounds more like something that should be fed to farm animals to me. The other problem with tablespoons is the confusion they cause with teaspoons when abbreviating. I know the abbreviations for the two types of spoon are different (tbsp versus tspn) but they’re far too similar to tell apart without consciously giving it some thought. If they had have just named one of the spoons with a different letter at the start, it would have made things far simpler. Don’t even get me started on dessertspoons. When you look on the internet you’ll find that dessertspoons are for eating dessert but are sometimes used for
soup or cereals. Clearly that is a spoon that shouldn’t be called a dessertspoon due to the variety of functions it is apparently suitable for. I’ll say it again. Far too big for eating dessert. I’d change the name of the teaspoon to the Tina Turner spoon because it’s simply the best. Youngsters might need to Google that one to understand how clever a play on words that just was. The tablespoon would be named the Trump spoon because it has overstayed its welcome and was never really necessary in the first place. I think I’d rename the dessertspoon as the obesity spoon because if you’re eating your dessert with that, I think we all know how it will end. If you’re a spoon collector, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and let me know what you think.
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Classifications: (G) General, (PG) Parental Guidance, (M) Mature Audiences, (MA15+) Mature Audience Over 15 Years[s] Subtitles, Consumer Advice: (d) drug references, (s) sexual references or sex scenes (h) horror, (l) language, (mp) medical procedures, (n) nudity, (v) violence
TV THURSDAY, APRIL 1 NINE SA 2E<G EGG ==E<G =0EGG =EGG =E<G
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ABC TV PLUS
TV FRIDAY, APRIL 2 NINE SA
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Classifications: (G) General, (PG) Parental Guidance, (M) Mature Audiences, (MA15+) Mature Audience Over 15 Years[s] Subtitles, Consumer Advice: (d) drug references, (s) sexual references or sex scenes (h) horror, (l) language, (mp) medical procedures, (n) nudity, (v) violence
TV SATURDAY, APRIL 3
SATURDAY APRIL 3
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SUNDAY APRIL 4
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Security for local jobs Energy supply secured to ensure smelter jobs remain The smelter’s support from the RERT means Alcoa is compensated for the reliability services it provides to avoid shutdowns caused by intermittent energy supply in the Victorian grid. Prime Minister Scott Morrison said the announcement was welcome news not only for the 500 local employees and the region, but also for the Victorian electricity system. “Our support means keeping jobs and keeping the lights on,” the Prime Minister said. “This demonstrates the real confidence that industry, manufacturers and businesses have in Australia as we emerge from COVID 19. “The Government’s support for Portland recognises its important position, not just as a large employer and key manufacturer, but also for its vital role in keeping the lights on in Victoria. “The number one focus of my government’s National Economic Recovery Plan is jobs, and with Australia having restored the jobs
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lost during the COVID-19 recession, every one of our policies is focused on securing jobs like those at Portland and creating new ones.” Minister for Energy and Emissions Reduction Angus Taylor said the agreement between the Commonwealth and Alcoa recognised the smelter’s important role in helping to stabilise the state’s electricity network and the jobs it supports. “The Portland smelter is Victoria’s largest energy consumer and provides unique and valuable energy services to the grid” Minister Taylor said. “Securing its ongoing role will help Victoria keep the lights on during times of high demand, such as days of extremely hot weather and help Portland to be appropriately compensated for the grid services it provides.” Member for Wannon Dan Tehan said, “This is fantastic news for not only the Alcoa Smelter workers but also the community of Portland as it keeps locals in jobs and builds the Portland economy.”
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in 2017 and the rapid uptake of intermittent renewables. The agreement is temporary and will end once post-2025 electricity market reforms are in place that better value the essential system services provided by large industrial loads. The Government will continue to take necessary steps to ensure an affordable, reliable, and secure electricity system to power Australian homes, businesses, and industries.
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Central caps undefeated season with grand final series cleansweep In the end, the ability of undefeated minor premiers Central to get runners on base proved the difference, with loaded bases in both games of the grand final series seeing Central converting those opportunities to scoreboard pressure and South Indians could find no answer as Central powered to its first division one title since the 2014/15 season. Central was crowned premier in the 2019/20 season but no grand final series was played courtesy of COVID intervention so earning the 2020/21 title was critical for the undefeated Magpies. The stage was set on Friday night in game one of the three game grand final series when Central secured a 4-2 victory. They were first on the board of game one when at the bottom of the second dig Dylan Gull’s hit to leftfield was put down, Brock Keding took four balls and Koby Chant dropped a very timely bunt to load the bases. Ethan Chuck’s sacrifice fly pushed Gull over the plate, Jordan Aston’s texasleaguer to leftfield scored Keding, and Chant was driven in by Alex Ridding’s two bagger to rightfield giving the Magpies a three run jump. The Indians managed to return fire in the top of the sixth when consecutive hits to Bruce Morale and Dean Hamilton put their first two batters on base and with one out Alex Lewis produced a hit to load the diamond. Travis Lockwood batted in Morale, and Jesse Balshaw batted in Lockwood still leaving all the bases occupied. However, consecutive strikeouts to Central pitcher Dylan Chuck left those runners stranded. The final run scored for the game came from Central when Chant got on base from an uncharacteristic error from the South third baseman and he crossed the plate on a wild throw giving Central the 4-2 win. Central had 9 safe-hits, 2 walks, 1 hit batter, 3 RBI, 2 K’s left 9 runners on base and made 1 error. South had 9 safe-hits, 1 hit batter, 2 RBI, 6 K’s, left 8 runners on base and made 4 errors.
A good start was going to be critical for South in game two on Saturday afternoon and while Central again opened the scoring when Chant doubled to centrefield and was batted in on Jordan Aston’s sacrifice fly. South took the lead in the top of the third, though, when Bruce Morale arrived at first base on a fielder’s choice and then Damien O’Dine singled to rightfield. Dean Hamilton’s safehit to rightfield pushed Morale across the plate and O’Dine was batted in by Alex Lewis. But it did not take Central long to stamp their authority on the contest when at the top of the fourth they took the scoreline from 1-2 down to a 7-2 lead in a batting masterclass, ably assisted by some critical errors in the field, that took the wind out of the Indians’sails and they never recovered. Brock Keding hit safely to centrefield and Chant followed with a safehit to leftfield before Ethan Chuck dropped the perfect bunt to load the bases prompting coach Bruce Morale to personally replace pitcher Ryan Placucci on the mound. This, however, did not stem the flow of hits and the runs came easily from the aggressive batting and base running. Alex Ridding’s hit to centrefield scored Keding, Kyall McClean’s hit to the same spot and the ensuing error allowed Ethan Chuck and Alex Ridding to score. Dylan Chuck doubled which pushed McClean home and Gull’s follow up double scored Chuck giving them six runs for the inning. The intensity seemed to dissipate from the contest at this point and the pitching tightened up with South going to the bullpen once more putting Hamilton back on the mound after his start the night before. Nineteen year old Ethan Chuck lasted the distance for Central and South only had five more runners on base for the remainder of the game while Central had only one. South’s final at bat at the top of the ninth typified Central’s performance with three clinical plays, all regulation outs at first, to end the Indians’ challenge and claim the Sid Hosking Premiership Cup. In game two, Central had 11 safehits, 1 hit batter, 5 RBI, 1 K, left 5 runners on base and made 2 errors. South had 10 safehits, 4 walks, 2 RBI, 6 K’s, left 11 runners on base and also made 2 errors. Central shortstop Alex Ridding was awarded the Burner Family Most Valuable Player of the Grand Final Series presented to him by Toby Burner. In game two alone, Ridding took four catches – three that were much more than regulation he also did some damage with the bat. Division 2 Tigers won the Division 2 grand final from a competitive Central Magpies. The game was in the
balance until the sixth inning when a series of errors by the Magpies caused the game to blow out. Both pitchers, Tigers Toby Burner, with 10 strikeouts and four walks, and Central pitcher Mark Kilpatrick Central, with four strikeouts and six walks, took a lot of responsibility for the tight defensive work of both teams giving nothing away. Going into the sixth, Tigers held the advantage three runs to zip but blew it out to eight nil in the end. As clear minor premiers Tigers deserved the win. With just two players over the age of 19 the young Central side can look forward to a bright future. Division 3 Division 3 picked up their first of Tigers two premierships for the day when they defeated Millicent in a tightly contested game. In a low hitting, low scoring affair Tigers prevailed six runs to three. Phil Clark controlled the mound for Tigers while veteran Sean Horrigan batted 1.000 hitting three from three and batting in half of their runs. Both teams only made one error each which was outstanding. With half of the Bandits team being under nineteen their future seems certain to show more than just promise. Junior League South Indians came from behind to win the Junior League title when they scored the winning run in the final at bat. In a low scoring and a low hitting game it was highlighted by three safehits to Dylan Lewis
and a homerun to Deegan Habner for South Indians and two safe-hits to Blake Vause from Central. The game was nip and tuck though out with both team s not prepared to give an inch but the run in the last dig created by Lewis and Habner shows why the will be stars of the future. Little League Minor premiers, albeit by the smallest of margins, Central overran a fighting Tigers for the Little League premiership. Both teams with a large number of players and all getting a turn in the batting box turned the game on for the large number of family and friends attending. Highlight was a homerun from Central centrefielder Sam Ruwoldt. Central won eight runs to five. Minor League In the tightest of tight contests, Central Minor League team won the first of three Central premierships for the weekend. In this league when batters are given a “walk” they then hit off a tee to put the ball in play allowing more players into the game, more outs, more runs not just free bases. While both teams only hit one proper safehit each there was plenty of the ball in play with the final score being Central efeationg Tigers 3-2. RESULTS Division 1 Game 1 Central 4 (Jordan Aston 3, Alex Ridding 2, Nathan Meinck, Dylan Chuck, Brock Keding, Koby Chant)
d South Indians 2 (Jesse Balshaw, Hayden Battye 2, Bruce Morale, Dean Hamilton, Ben Morale, Alex Lewis, Travis Lockwood) Game 2 Central 7 (Dylan Chuck, Dylan Gull, Koby Chant, Ethan Chuck 2, Kyall McClean, Brock Keding, Alex Ridding) d South Indians 2 (Dean Hamilton, Alex Lewis, Ben Morale 2, Bruce Morale, Damien O’Dine, Travis Lockwood, Ryan Walter) Division 2 Tigers 8 (Toby Burner 2, Kane Harrison, Matt May, Riley Rolph, Joe Sims) d Central Magpies 0 (Mark Kilpatrick 2) Division 3 Tigers 6 (Sean Horrigan 3, Tyrone May 2, Darcy Perry, John Verrity, Marcus Thompson, Leigh Edwards) d Millicent 3 (Stephen Wanganeen 2, Gage Morley, Saxon Altschwager, Phil Altschwager) Junior League South Indians 5 (Dylan Lewis 3, Deegan Habner 1 (HR)) d Central 4 (Blake Vause 2, Curtis Page) Little League Central 8 (Lachlan Brierley, Orlando Vause, Sam Ruwoldt (HR), Chase Kilpatrick, Jacob Walkom) d Tigers 5 (Jai Hillstone, Harrison Elletson, Levi Seager, Declan Polkinghorne) Minor League Central 3 (Miley Cook) d Tigers 2 (Titan Dumigan) CAPPING OFF THE PERFECT SEASON: (Far left) - Burner Family Most Valuable Player in the Grand Final Alex Ridding (Central); (centre left) Dylan Gull was damaging in the batting box & (left) Ethan Chuck pitched all of game two, elading his team to victory.
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Seaside club secures third consecutive Mount Gambier Softball League title Demons made it three in a row last weekend with a resounding mercy rule victory over Warriors Blue, 14 runs to 1. Warriors won the toss and elected to field first, a decision they may have regretted when Demons came out and hit the scoreboard immediately. A lead off single became two runs after Isabella Morale smashed an in the park home run past centrefield, followed up by three more runs with two RBIs to Sharna Beck. Warriors were able to score lead off Nicole Vause thanks to a safe hit from Bec White in the bottom of the first, but this was the only run allowed for the game by pitcher Montanna Millard, who had the batters’ measure all day.
A sac fly from Cody Manning and a double from Hayley Burner scored two more in the second for Demons, and they added one in the third thanks to doubles from Morale and Manning. Demons then added four in the fourth on five safehits, including a double from Morale, bringing her tally to three for the day. In the end it was over quickly, with Demons reaching the mercy rule after four innings. Demons had no weakensses in the batting box or in the field, while Warriors had a day to forget, esepcially when it came to some critical ground ball and flyball errors that ended up costing them on the scoreboard. Bella Morale was the deserved MVP courtesy of her impressive batting and some good plays in the field, while Montanna Millard was another star performer, giving up only two hits for the match. RESULTS Demons 14 (I Morale 3 (1HR); M Millard, M Millard, C Manning, S Beck 2, H Burner, J Morale, J Mason) d Warriors Blue 1 (N Vause, B White) LEFT: (From left) Montanna Millard had a great day on the mound; Bella Morale hitting her home run; Hayley Burner readies herself to throw to first and make the last out of the mercy rule win & grand final MVCP Bella Morale.
Easter speedway action
The Borderline Speedway is set to rev into action for its penultimate meeting for the 202/21 this weekend when it hosts the Easter Sprintcar Trail on Saturday night. More than 30 sprintcars will vie for the prize pool, with all the usual local suspects, including Glen Sutherland and Scott Enderl (pictured) part of the star studded field. Some of the top drivers have headed to the US to race but the strong field from the King’s Challenge looks set to be closely replicated for this Saturday’s racing. The Super Rods will provide their usual action to the meeting with about a dozen cars going head to head in that battle, while the standard saloon , from Portland and Hamilton, will also take to the track. Gates open at 4pm with racing from 5pm with tickets available online. The April 3 meeting will also finish with a bang – a stunning fireworks display.
Fingers crossed for 2021 Western Border launches its 2021 season with mid week function The Western Border football and netball season has been officially launched with a function for league and association officials, club and sponsor representatives. The Jens Hotel hosted function last week marked what the Western Border Football League and Western Border Netball Association a return to normal for the competition with seniors returning to the court and the competition returning to a 16 round season. League president Michael Summers thanked the clubs for their hard work in getting teams onto the park, as well as the generous support of continuing sponsors and new faces in the sponsorship space. Western Border Netball Association president Jo Gibbs was also keen for the 2021 season to get underway. “All six of our clubs worked tirelessly in the off season to ensure they were ready to go for 2021 with hopes high of what we remember as a normal season and their efforts have been rewarded,” she said. “We will also see a return to representative netball which we are very excited about with the
SA Country Championships on the June Long Weekend moving full steam ahead, giving our senior and junior players a chance to represent the association, compete at a higher level, and hopefully continue our proud tradition at the championships. We enter the 2021 event as defending champions in seniors, 17 & Under and 15 & under. “We have a real focus on off court roles in 2021 as well, with the restrictions of 2020 also not allowing us the opportunities for the usual coaching and umpiring development and we already have more than 10 umpires looking to be badged in 2021 with those plans well in hand, as well as at least one umpiring mentoring session with Netball SA officials. “We are also looking forward to continuing to work closely and cooperatively with the football league and encourage our clubs to continue to foster those relationships at club level as well – we are definitely stronger together. “I also want to thank all the volunteers that are the lifeblood of our association – from scorers, timers and scoreboard attendants to umpires, coaches and team managers and all the myriad of
jobs that need to be done to make sure every Saturday goes smoothly. “I guess now it’s a case of fingers crossed for an uninterrupted season.” The Western Border competition kicks off on April 10.
IN CHARGE: Western Border Football League president Michael Summers & Western Border Netball Association president Jo Gibbs at last week’s season launch.
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The SEAC 2021 Motorkhana series began with a grass round held at the SEAC Park Motorsport Complex. A disappointing entry list of 11, to enjoy the day prepared by novice Director Damien Wilson did not deter him from having fun. The die-hard group that made the effort to come and have a go all enjoyed a huge day of non-stop competition. All up, there had been 12 tests proposed for the day’s outing and with the small field, the 12 tests were all done twice to give a total of 24 runs. Just to prove how much he enjoys his Motorkhana’s, Damien Wilson posted fastest time in the first test Square Slalom. Not to be outdone, junior Bradley Harry set the next test alight and took line honours for Diamond Slalom. Phil Wilson got into the act
SA Country Basketball results
The SA Country Basketball Championships for Under 12 and 16 teams were contested earlier this month with Bordertown and Naracoorte both returning home with silverware. A number of other LImestone Coast based teams also ahd successful tournaments, making the title deciders but having to settle for runner up. Results: U16 Girls Division 2 Whyalla 46 d Keith 32 U16 Girls Division 3 Bordertown 35 d Great Southern 21 U16 Girls Division 4 Naracoorte 31 d Millicent 23 U12 Girls Division 1 Great Southern 34 d Mount Gambier 10 U12 Girls Division 4 Adelaide Plains 23 d Millicent 17 U16 Boys Division 2 Murray Bridge 62 d Naracoorte 57 U16 Boys Division 3 Yorke Valley 41 d Mount Gambier 31 U12 Boys Division 4 Adelaide Plains 36 d Keith 21 John Spooner Trophy (Combined minor round wins in division 1 across all age groups - top five) Mildura 21 Mount Gambier 20 Eastern Hills 19 Riverland 18 Port Augusta 16
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and set quickest times for Test 3 Accordion “M”. Seeing what looked to be a good thing, Ken Trimnell took on the Double Bone “M” layout and got home with fastest times for this test. Next layout to be run, Gables “M”, was shared between Phil and Damien Wilson, getting a fastest time in each one. Triple Loop is an enjoyable drive and proved to be to the liking of Phil Wilson in the first round and Ken Trimnell in the second round, with three tenths of a second between the quickest runs, three hundredths between the pair of slowest runs. Star proved to be a good test for Phil Wilson in Round 1, but Bradley Harry got into the groove to get home first in the second round. Bowler is another quick test and again honours were shared by the Wilson Brothers, Philip on the first and Damien on the
second outing. Top Hat saw Ken Trimnell get his act together for the first round but Tristan Crowe showed everyone a clean pair of heels in the second lap. With the test area beginning to show the effects of all the tests in common areas, “Pentagon” fastest time went the way of Philip Wilson by four hundredths in the first round but was upstaged by youngster Bradley Harry in the second shot at things. Phil Wilson continued his attack with fastest time being Wilson Round 1 of Crazy Square “M” and Bradley Harry repeating the previous test with his drive getting the chocolates. Plumb Crazy “M” was the final test layout and both runs went the way of Bradley Harry with a clear margin to the next quickest. With a couple of WDs encountered through the day
gave his all through out the day and got the big car through the tight courses quite well to finish in the sixth spot. After experiencing problems with the steering in his own car Geoff Wilson cleared the cobwebs out of the Kia Wagon and also managed to get a little lost on a couple of tests for a very mixed day. Another big car pilot, Paul Height had a huge smile all day giving his Falcon a good work out around the tight course layouts. John Whitehead was another to get some layouts different to what was required and suffered from the penalty times as his reward, managing to get the points on offer for ninth spot, just in front of daughter Sharnia, who managed to get all the tests correct, even though some Dad directions may have not been correct, to complete the finishing list.
affecting the final results of some runners, the score sheets for outright quickest time for all 24 runs went to Soarer Pilot Philip Wilson with his total time of 782.42 seconds and a clear run all day in the big car. Ken Trimnell put in another clear run and finished in second spot with a total of 792.74 seconds for the Suzuki Swift. Damien Wilson managed to get two markers through the day, costing him an extra 10 seconds and second place with his Nissan Silvia getting a total of 801.43 including the penalties for the last step on the podium. Commodore pilot Tristan Crowe put a very good day together and came in fourth outright with a well deserved 806.99 seconds for his runs. Bradley Harry had a mixed day and had to settle for fifth outright after a couple of geographic errors. Falcon Ute campaigner Bruce Hamilton
Finals hunt heats up Table tennis summer season reaching the business end With only one round left to play in the Mount Gambier Table Tennis Summer 2021 season, a number of teams across all grades remain in the hunt to contest the finals. In the first match of the night in A Grade, Go-Ghetiams and Leighmonzz were evenly poised for most of the night, a run of doubles victories through the middle section of the night proving the difference, with Go-Ghetiams taking overall honours by 7 rubbers to 5. Highlights of the match included Go-Ghetiams player David Fox’s thrilling 5-game victory of Harry Childs in their singles encounter, followed by Justin Hutchesson exacting revenge for Leighmonzz with an equally tense and exciting victory over Sanith Ghetia. In the other A Grade match up of the night, The Four Donkeys, led by strong performances from Will Newlyn and Kevin Patzel, raced to an early 3-0 lead before Ben Newman put his Boom Shakalaka team on the board with a strong 3-game victory over Graham Jantosh. Unfortunately, there were few other highlights in the match for Boom Shakalaka, Ward Freeman and Robin Pellen recording victories late in the piece when the overall result was well and truly beyond doubt, The Four Donkeys running out comfortable winners by 9 rubbers to 3. In the B Grade, Hayden Luo and Kuncheria Luka led Iron Filings to a comprehensive victory over their Tweakers opponents. The Filings claimed the opening four singles rubbers of the contest before The Tweakers were able to open their account through victory in the doubles for the Rob Halleday/Chris McGregor combination against
Luo and Ethan Ransom. McGregor and Wes Somerfield added some respectability for The Tweakers with singles victories late in the match, but it was too little too late as the Iron Filings cruised to a 9-3 win. The Wolf Pack had an equally dominant victory over Turn It Up in their B Grade encounter, the only resistance coming through singles victories to Tony Elletson and Kylie Boston. For the victors, Cameron Beal and Aaron McPhee were strong as always, coming away unbeaten in their singles rubbers. Turn It Up player Boston’s five game victory over The Wolf Pack’s Brian McPhee proved to be the highlight of the night. Snowballs skipped out to an early 3-nil lead over Ramentum with singles victories to Chris Turner, Campbell Fox and Brandon Malin in their C Grade encounter. Their opponents pulled it back through the doubles middle section of the match, however Snowballs again proved too strong in the reverse-singles to ultimately record a comfortable 8-4 win. Turner, Fox and Malin all remained unbeaten on the night. There was a buzz surrounding Blue Goblins encounter with Griffins in their C Grade encounter, featuring the highly anticipated traditional grudge match between Griffins player Angus Billing and his archrival Tom Horrigan playing for the Blue Goblins. Billing gained the ascendancy early and appeared to have the contest under his belt as he skipped out to a 2-nil lead. A dramatic transformation then took place as Horrigan appeared to find another gear, comfortably taking the third game and an early lead in the fourth. The contest appeared to be heading for a
fifth and deciding game until Billing rallied as he attempted to close it out, however Horrigan was able to hold on for a 12-10 win to take it to the decider it deserved. Billing carried his momentum into the deciding fifth game, taking an early 3-0 lead before Horrigan amazingly reeled off the next nine points, ultimately taking the game and another famous victory that will have both players and onlookers reminiscing for years to come. There was little else to cheer about for the Griffins as the Blue Goblins eased to a comprehensive 9-3 victory. Horrigan and Andrew Baldock remained undefeated in their singles rubbers for the victors, as did Jedda Hardcastle for Griffins. As the summer season nears its final stages, registrations are now open for the autumn season commencing on April 28.
People of all ages and abilities are encouraged to come and have a go, for enquiries contact the club via email mtgtabletennis@ gmail.com or via their Facebook page. 2-rubber winners: • A Grade: Leigh Barry, Justin Hutchesson (Leighmonzz), Will Newlyn, Kevin Patzel (Four Donkeys). • B Grade: Cameron Beal, Aaron McPhee (Wolf Pack), Kuncheria Luka, Hayden Luo (Iron Filings) • C Grade: Tom Horrigan, Andrew Baldock (Blue Goblins), Jedda Hardcastle (Griffins), Campbell Fox, Chris Turner, Brandon Malin (Snowballs). ABOVE: Tracey Ralwings in action.
Super Series kicks off
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A near capacity field contests opening round SEAC Park came alive again on March 22 with the running of Round 1 of the 2021 Super Series and what a day it turned out to be. A near capacity entry list of 45 willing and eager competitors fronted up for the challenges that a very dry and dusty, slippery track layout would present. Racing got under way after a ballot draw and with such a dry surface, dust had to be allowed to clear before starting the next car each time, so it meant that the total round times were longer than normal, but were all run in reasonably clear conditions. As would be expected, the 4WD cars had a large advantage of grip over the 2WD competitors and it showed on the clock with Simon Feil posting his first turn as quickest of the group, stopping the clock at a 1:49.16, clear of Jason Winterfield 1:53.94, Adam Jesse 1:56.40, Stuart Gregory 1:56.75 and Dylan Gregory 1:56.78 to fill the first five slots. Joshua Becker got in amongst these with his Mitsubishi Sigma and put in a good drive for a 1:57.16 in the first of the 2WD drivers, followed by Nicholas Doll in another Subaru 1:57.81, Geoff Wilson 1:57.91, Dion Becker 1:58.43 and Corey Brand 1:58.93 rounding out the Top 10. Heat 2 and the Top 4 were Simon Feil 1:48.63, Stuart Gregory 1:52.63, Jason Winterfield 1:53.06 and Adam Jesse 1:54.00. Geoff Wilson got into the action with the Peugeot 306 handling a bit better after a tyre change and filled 5th slot with a 1:55.25, closely followed by Josh Becker 1:56.18, Nicholas Doll 1:56.75, Dion Becker 1:56.84, Dylan Gregory 1:56.97, and Mark Jennings for 10th with his 1:57.34. A gentle breeze still helping to move the dust, Heat 3 started with
Mark Jennings. Quickest for this heat was Simon Feil with a 1:46.53, well clear of the rest of the pack. Dylan Gregory came in next with a 1:51.25, just in front of Geoff Wilson with his best effort of 1:51.59 good enough to get 3rd spot and be amongst the 4WD’s in his Pug. Jason Winterfield’s 1:51.63 got 4th slot to hold out Stuart Gregory’s Subaru Impreza 1:52.15 and Adam Jesse’s Subaru Liberty 1:52.44. Josh Becker had a big go and lowered his time to 1:53.56 for 7th followed by a very busy Buggy Pilot, John Whitehead, skating his way home with a 1:56.28 good enough to hold out Nicholas Doll 1:56.47 and Luke Winterfield also having a very good run in the well presented Hyundai Excel, rounding out the 10 with his best run of the day at 1:56.59. After a lunch break, action resumed with Bailey Perryman first one off the start onto a quickening race track. Simon Feil, almost the last to start this heat had a well swept race line and he made full use of it to post another quickest time of 1:46.41, followed by Jason Winterfield 1:49.69, Stuart Gregory 1:50.18, Adam Jesse 1:50.41, Dylan Gregory 1:51.68 for 5th. Next, first of the 2WDs, Geoff Wilson put up a 1:52.29, followed by Josh Becker’s Sigma 1:55.06, John Whitehead, coming to grips with the “loose” buggy 1:55.43, Bailey Perryman having a good go to get home with a 1:56.40 and Cameron Jesse rounding out the 10 with his 1:56.59 in the Subaru Legacy. Conditions were still quite favourable, with a spit or two of rain only causing problems with
the windscreen smear from using wipers, Dion Becker led the way out for what would be the last round for the day. Subaru WRX #49, Simon Feil made it a clean sheet with five straight fastest times, an excellent display considering the grip levels, with his last run at 1:46.75 similar to the third and fourth heats. Another consistent day went to Jason Winterfield, pushing the Subaru all day and finishing with 1:50.03, to edge out Subaru Impreza Steerer Stuart Gregory’s 1:50.25, Dylan Gregory in the same car 1:50.50, Adam Jesse’s 1:50.69, Geoff Wilson in the 306 Peugeot next with a 1:51.56, Nicholas Doll 1:53.75, Gary Brown finally taming the Jennings Falcon and posting a respectable 1:55.87 for 8th slot, Chris Clayson finding some grip in the Mighty Magna to put a good run in with 1:55.88 and Liam Lewis having an absolute ball in the “borrowed” Toyota Avalon, bouncing his way along the track for a 1:56.28 for the 10th spot points. Points are awarded after times are tallied and the still to be confirmed outright list is: Simon Feil (200)First, Class W Jason Winterfield (192) 2nd, Class; W; Stuart Gregory (188) 3rd, Class W; Adam Jesse (183) 4th, Class W; Dylan Gregory (180) 5th, Class W; Geoff Wilson (177) 6th, Class D; Josh Becker (163) 7th, Class E; Nicholas Doll (158) 8th, Class W; Liam Lewis (150) 9th, Class B; John Whitehead (148) outright 10th Class W Luke Winterfield finished the day with outright 13th to be the best of the Juniors. Teresa Lipscombe completed her day in outright 29th to be the first lady home. SEAC’s next listed event is a Motorkhana on April 18, probably to be held at the Mount Gambier Saleyards Complex – check on club website for details. ABOVE: (Top right) Simon feil dominated the opening round of the Super Series and (bottom left) Luke Winterfield was the best of the junior drivers. PHOTOS COURTESY OF CURITS BOYD
Form reversal in junior road race It’s amazing what a difference a fortnight makes. After the previous individual time trial along Caves Road, when Eddie Buckland finished five minutes slower than Molly Opperman and Elmer Buckland, it was decided to send Eddie off with a six minute head start, with Elmer and Molly working together to try to bridge the gap within 10km. From the outset, it was clear that Eddie was ready for a race. He worked strongly into the headwind on the outward journey, and turned for home well in front of the chasers. Once the tailwind kicked in from the turnaround, Eddie increased his pace and was never headed. He finished two minutes ahead of Elmer, who took fastest time, and a further minute ahead of Molly
Crash mars cycling club race Twenty riders prepared to race the Mount Gambier Cycling Club’s 30km handicap race - the riders divided into six groups. First to greet the starter was Damian Buckley and Jason Buckland, tasked with sweeping the road ahead and trying to keep away from the chasing groups. Three minutes later, Jen Buckland left on a virtual individual time trial, on her own and trying to catch the two in front of her. After a further eight minutes had elapsed a group containing Dell Delaland, Jami Buckley and Don Sforcina, another returning rider, were allowed to begin their chase. The next group, containing Spek Peake, John Cranwell, Harry Opperman, Mike Bakker and Dean Zeven had to wait another five minutes,16 minutes from the start, before their chase began. The second last group to leave, a further two minutes later, contained Phil Stasiw, Bruce McLaughlin, Riley Hill and Paul Brooker; four minutes before the final grouping of Malcolm Tirabassi, Matthew Opperman, Ash Herrewyn, Dave Bryant and Rowan Kruysse began their chase, with a gap of 22 minutes
to the leading riders. Damian Buckley and Jason Buckland were riding strongly at the front, providing a good carrot for the rest of the riders to chase. After battling a headwind to the turnaround, they had managed to minimise the losses to the chasing riders, and could see the other groups whilst on their way back to the start line. After passing the first four groups of riders, it was soon apparent that something was amiss with the scratch bunch, as they were nowhere in sight. With approximately 4km to the finish line, the questions raised about the scratch bunch were answered. A clash of wheels had brought down the riders of that group, and medical help was on the scene. The race was quickly neutralised, with the returning riders passing slowly through the area, allowing the medical teams to attend to those who needed it. Those who returned to the clubrooms after the event were treated to an Outback Morning Tea, organised by the ladies of the Cycling Club, raising funds for the Royal Flying Doctors Service. Plenty of food was on offer, and $315 was raised to benefit the Royal Flying Doctor Service.
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Final minor round action in the South East Coast Basketball League Cougars season was on the line last week in Souh East Coast Basketball League men’s action, requiring a win to make have a chance at making the finals. Tobi de Wit and Josh McGregor came out all guns blazing combining for 59 points, while Dale Bachmann had his best SECBL scoring game for the Roos putting on a show for 37 points. The Roos could not match it with the high scoring power of the Cougars who put this game away early. Pantehrs and Cats went into their game with a 12 - 2 record making this a batlle for top spot. Normally two free flowing teams this game quickly turned into a defensive tussle as both sides worked hard
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Action aplenty at Attamurra The semi finals for the Ladies Club Championships were played in difficult conditions due to four hours of non stop drizzle last Wednesday at Attamurra. The A grade players were first to hit off with Jennifer Van Rijthoven continuing her good form against Helen Gregory. Van Rijthoven was just in the lead at the halfway mark but held on to defeat Gregory 3/2. Last year’s champion, Kerry Pedlar played a past champion, Faye Mainwaring with Pedlar the victor finishing 4/3. This week will see Rijthoven attempt to win her first championship and Pedlar to make it a consecutive win. Both players hit a long ball and will be a great spectacle to see. Spectators are most welcome. In B grade, big hitter and in form, Anne Headlam defeated the experienced finalist Di O’Donnell 4/3 with the results not indicative of the match. The remaining finalist, Janina Morrison, who has only been playing for about 3 years had a very close match with Andrea Pegler with Pegler succumbing on the 17th hole giving the match to Morrison 2/1. The final between Headlam and Morrison will be an interesting match with both players having their strengths. C grade saw Donna Jennings play veteran player Lois Harvey. Jennings, who has had better days on the course could not counteract Harvey’s straight game and Harvey finished 7/6. Ladies president Mary Kentish played Heather Chapman and Kentish’s long game was too strong for Chapman, an experienced match player. Harvey will play Kentish in what could be a close game for the C grade championship.
a 12 point lead. With their season on the line the Red side clawed its way back to trail by single digits going into the final term. Unfortunately for the Red team their offence dried up in the final term and Blue’s Simon Berkefeld got hot on his way to a game high 28 points, putting an end to the Bulldogs Red season. In women’s action, Cats were playing to secure the all important top spot against Cougars, who took it right up to the top placed Cats even holding onto a one point lead with seven minutes remaining. When Keryl Ousey of Cougars fouled out Cats made their move quickly getting out to a 10 point lead and putting the
game to rest. Georgia Winter led all scorers with 16 and was well supported by Lucy Denton with 15 of her own. For Cougars, the Horrigan sisters combined for 27 points. In the final game of the season for the Bulldog/Roos they had the chance to showcase some of their emerging talent, Siobhan Adams had her best SECBL scoring game with 19 points including 3 three pointers, with Sarah Nulty also showing what she is capable of with 13 points. They could not however match the depth and experience of Saints, with Pioneer captain Jasmin Howe finding her spots and controlling the tempo of the game to ensure her team held
on for a victory. MG PLASTERERS SECBL MEN Cougars 99 (T de Wit 31, Josh McGregor 28, M Withers 20) def Roos 78 (D Bachmann 37, C Barrett 14); Panthers 69 (B Rathjen K 23 Tipene 19) def Cats 59 (J Murphy 25, J Telfer 17); Bulldogs Blue 80 (S Berkefeld 28, B Young 22) defeated Bulldogs Red 60 (D Reid 21, S Lock 13) MG PLASTERERS SECBL WOMEN Cats 67 (G Winter 16, L Denton 15) def Cougars 55 (M Horrigan 14, C Horrigan 13); Saints 66 ( J Howe 23, T Rowe 14) def Bulldogs/Roos (Roodogs) 52 (S Adams 19, S Nulty 13)
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Five D grade players will contest a stableford round for the D grade championship. TEE OFF TIMES: 8.36aM - Jennifer Van Rijthoven v Kerry Pedlar 8.44am - Anne Headlam v Janina Morrison 8.52am - Lois Harvey v Mary Kentish 9am - Lorraine Bruhn, Jill Johnson 9.08am - Maureen Sims, Anne Schrapel, Gloria Lennon At the end of the day, there will be presentations and a meal in the clubhouse. Those not playing in the finals had the opportunity to play a stableford round and only ten players decided to take on Mother Nature while others played cards. Maxine McGregor claimed the winners’ voucher with 31 points from Yvonne Shirley on a countback from Betty McKechnie, both with 30 points. Jan Shanahan won the pro shot on the 8th hole. Twenty three ladies ,including four from Portland, played a stableford round on Saturday. Sharran Waters, another promising player recorded a win with 37 points despite two wipes from runner up, Janina Morrison with 34 points. Thirty points or better was necessary for the eight rundown winners to claim a ball. ABOVE: Betty McKechnie, Yvonne Shirley and winner, Maxine McGregor didn’t let Mother Nature deter their day on the course.
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Last week in rather windy conditions, 34 players took part in the Millicent Bowls Club 2-4-2 competition, with one team of triple, Results for the day saw the team of triples win the day, with Ian Ross leading, Andrea Radley playing second and Peter Varcoe skip, finishing with a score of 33+5. Runner s up for the day was the team of Robert
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Evans & Emerson take out the Vets Tennis What a difference a week makes in the weather when the drizzly rain deterred quite a number of ladies at the Blue Lake Golf Club last Wednesday to play in the first qualifying round of the 2021 Handicap Championships coinciding with the rescheduled first round of the Collins Court Butcher sponsored Captains Trophy. This time last year it was COVID-19 restricting play. Kudos to the16 women who ventured out onto the course to play the stroke round and to put scores on the board under trying conditions. Division 1 winner Josie Ashby showed once again she was able to put together a reasonable score that included a birdie on the dogleg 9th and a par on the 16th with splits of 48/47 (95-19-76). Handicapper Dianne Perryman was three strokes back posting 48/50 (98-19-79). Once again it was Lyn Annand showing the way in Division 2 to take the top voucher carding 119-33-86 and due to low entrants there was no runner up. Nearest to the pin second shot on the 2nd was Division 1’s Sue Agars and the pro-shot was won by Bev Pascoe. This Wednesday will be the second qualifying round of the Handicap Championships including the second round of the Collins Court Butcher Captain’s Trophy and the monthly medal/count putts in stroke format. BRAVING THE CONDITIONS: Division 2 winner Lyn Annand & Division 1 winner Josie Ashby
Fourteen South East Senior Tennis players enjoyed tennis at Blue Lake Sports Park for their March event in perfect conditions. Neicia Evans took out the ladies event from Fiona Emerson, Jill Kamphius and Trish Douglas, while Neale Emerson took out the men’s event from Peter Barry. The next event will be held at Blue Lake Sports Park on April 18 at 11am. VETS TENNIS: Peter Barry, Trish Douglas, Fiona Emerson, Necia Evans, Jill Kamphuis & Neale Emerson
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