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Million Dollar Muster

Casterton celebrates 25 years of the Australian Kelpie Muster See inside for full story


Richmond royalty visits Limestone Coast Triple premiership player and respected mentor visits former player The Limestone Coast played host to Richmond royalty earlier this month when a triple premiership player, Richmond Team of the Century member and Hall of Famer holidayed in Robe and took the opportunity to visit an old friend. Merv Keane, who also built a reputation as coach of SANFL club Sturt and roles in AFL clubs and development programs through the TAC Cup, was part of the last Richmond dynasty, before Damien Hardwick and Dustin Martin joined forces to win three of the past four AFL premierships. Keane was part of the Tigers of old when Richmond dominated the 1970s and ‘80s. He was part of the 1973 and ’74

flag winning teams and could well have been a Norm Smith Medallist in 1980 with a 27 possession, two goal game. But it was his career at Sturt, where he played 20 games as playing coach in 1985 before retiring as a player and coaching for a further three seasons, that he made his Limestone Coast connection with one of the club’s favourite sons – John Richter. Keane’s Robe getaway gave him a chance to touch base with the Barry Maney sales manager, who now calls Mount Gambier home, and reminisce about their time at the Double Blues. It was Keane who have Richter his chance at league level and the

“...he was a great mentor and motivator and someone you always looked up to...” John Richter

“...he had such great experience from playing in the VFL in the 70s and 80s and he was able to give us so much confidence..” John Richter 258 game Sturt veteran considers Keane one of the most important influences on his footy carer. “He was the first senior coach to give me the opportunity to play league footy as a 20 year old,” Richter said. “He was like a father figure to me and we have kept in contact a little bit over the years.” Richter remembers fondly his time under Keane, including plenty of nights spent at Keane’s home with then wife, Kaye, and a handful of teammates enjoying a meal and chatting about all things football. “He was a great mentor and motivator and someone you always looked up to and I really enjoyed his coaching,” Richter said. “He made you feel welcome into the team and gave you the confidence to play at that level. He motivated you and helped you improve your game all round.” Keane’s football resume obviously impressed the young footballers at Unley and his football accolades ensured the young Double Blues hung on every word. “He had such great experience from playing in the VFL in the 70s and 80s and he was able to give us so much confidence,” Richter said. “For me as a defender he really taught you where to stand and where to run.” And Keane did have to take on the role of development coach at Sturt, given 20 year old Richter was the oldest player in the Double Blues backline and the AFL had started to raid the successful SANFL club’s playing stocks. The impromptu catch up with Keane was a great walk down memory lane for Richter, who sits inside the top five of games played at Unley, sitting behind such luminaries as Paul Bagshaw (360), Rick Davies (317), Michael Graham (282) and Brenton Adcock (259). Both Keane and Sturt still hold a special place in Richter’s heart and always will. “I try and get back (to the club) once a year,” he said. “I spent 15 years there and once you finish it’s your time to move on and the next lot of players come through. “I still love catching up with the old supporters that supported me throughout my career. “They’re all still there and they’re passionate about the football club. Some of the players I played with, we catch up regularly and reminisce about our careers.” STUDENT & THE MASTER: (Above) Richmond & Sturt legend Merv Keane catches up with John Richter, who he coached at the Sturt Football Club, earlier this month.


It was a three day showcase giving young people a platform to give the community a glimpse into the talent and entrepreneurial skills of the Limestone Coast’s emerging generation. From buskers to gamers, from craft stalls to stunning art, the Mount Gambier Library’s The Outdoor Living Room was a huge success, giving teenagers a chance to strut their stuff. Set up on the library verandah the stalls and busking made for an intimate setting and it gave a wide variety of young people a chance to put their ideas and talents on show. Fifteen year old Tenison Woods College student Angelina Townsend made her live performance debut at The Outdoor Living Room and thoroughly enjoyed the experience. “Some people from the library came to school and told us about the opportunity and I thought it sounded like a good idea,” Angelina, who opened the inaugural event with her 45 minute set, said. “Even though not many people came, people still stopped to see what was going on.” And as the day and the weekend wore on, interest continued to grow.

For Angelina, who is involved with a number of school choirs and a rock band, was grateful for the opportunity to spread her performing wings. “It was fun,” Angelina said. “I really enjoy music and this was a chance to try something on my own.” For Violet Webber, it was a chance to showcase a business she set up three years ago. The 17 year old, who is currently in Year 12 at Grant High School, set up Webber’s Wood Art, and has a strong social media presence through facebook and Instagram, was appreciative of a chance to show her work in public, setting up a stall with a variety of her work, including a display catalogue of just what she can do. “It started out as a bit of fun and to make some extra money,” Violet said. She is studying visual arts as part of her Year 12 and enjoys having a business to call her own. “I create different wood products,” Violet said. “I had seen some similar pieces online and I just decided to do my own thing.” Violet has shown her work at the recent Twilight Market at the showgrounds and has been at a couple of other markets but was

happy to get her name out there at the intimate The Outdoor Living Room event. Mount Gambier High School teachers Taylor Miles and Jess Magarey manned a stall featuring work from around seven students who are part of The Place, the inclusive education unit at the school. It involves students from Year 8-11 and has seen students creating pieces to sell to the community, making The Outdoor Living Room the perfect fit for the educational program. headspace Mount Gambier was also on site, while the weekend saw a number of other stallholders and performers taking advantage of the opportunity. Both headspace and the Mount Gambier Library are also gearing up for some Youth Week activities next month as they look to work together, along with other related agencies to ensure the best possible services and opportunities for the region’s young people. headspace will be running a Meet ‘N’ Greet at Metro Bakery & Café, which has been a popular staple event of previous Youth Week programs, with a Centrelink information session also in the planning. More details will be available closer to the date. The Outdoor Living Room was all about giving young entrepreneurs, who so often suffer from a lack of exposure, an inability, often finance related, to get their idea, product or skills out into the marketplace, a platformto do just that. Mount Gambier Library youth services coordinator Terasa Nearmy said,it not only gave young people a chance to showcase their business to a captive audience but also make some money from their creative outlet. “We didn;t really mind what it was - art or craft or music or food or photography or anything – they just had to contact us and we worked something out,” Terasa said. The Outdoor Living Room was promoted heavily in Mount Gambier’s schools with visits from library staff. The library worked with the City of Mount Gambier Reuse Market to access some eclectic and comfortable lounge furniture to ensure the audience and potential customers felt right at home. “We really wanted to create the vibe of a living room and hoped people would come and listen to music and buy products from young people,” Terasa said.

MAKING A DIFFERENCE: (Above top) Making the most of the prime spot on the couch were Bec Tracey & Correa Bachmann; (above left) vocal duo Autumn Lillies Elly Bachmann & Lilli Fullwood; (above right) Angelina Townsend was the opening act for The Outdoor Living Room; (left) Violet Webber showcases her art business & (below) Mount Gambier High School teachers Taylor Miles & Jess Magarey man the stall for their entrepreneurship students.


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Casterton celebrates 25 years of the Australian Kelpie Muster

ABOVE: Top - Posy Mann and dog Go getta taking past in the Stockmans Challenge. Middle left - James & Katrina Ridgewa fom Apsley, with Hilton Park Eddie and Karana Tack. Bottom left - Star of the movie Red Dog and Naoko Arai. Centre circle - John Tanner & Go Getta

It has now been two years in the making but the Australian Kelpie Muster is set to celebrate its 25th anniversary in style with a return to the June Long Weekend three day festival that celebrates everything about the iconic working dog and its birth town. In the year the muster celebrates its silver anniversary, the Working Dog Auction looks set to pass the $3million dollar mark in sales and after a year on the sidelines following some strong figures in recent times, organisers are hopeful records might be set at the celebration event. The weekend events might be back but COVID does mean there will be some changes to reflect safety protocols after the Casterton Kelpie Association committee consulted with a highly respected consultant to ensure all protocols were met to secure the 2021 event. “The main change patrons will see this year is our new ticketing system,” association president Karen Stephens. “All visitors will require to book a ticket online before attending, to ensure we can safely track numbers

and keep it to a manageable level. There will be no walk-inentry authorised throughout the weekend.” But the committee, which has been working tirelessly on this 25th anniversary event since it was cancelled in 2020, is still set to deliver all the popular feature events. “After a 12-month hiatus we

are back to celebrate our 25th anniversary and recognise the instrumental role this beloved working dog has played in not only the Casterton community, but that of the nation,” Mrs Stephens said. “The Kelpie is an Australian icon and we will be paying homage to its invaluable role during the long weekend festivities.

Returning to this year’s schedule is the popular Kelpie Festival celebrations on Saturday, June 12, centred in the township’s main street including the Kelpie High Jump, Kelpie Dash, Kelpie Hill Climb, Stockman’s Challenge and Street Parade. Sunday will be consumed with the Working Dog Auction and that push for the $3million dollar sales mark. “The Working Dog Auction has currently accumulated more than $2.9 million in sales since it started on the back of a ute on the footy oval back in 1996 - this year we anticipate we will reach the formidable $3 million figure,” Mrs Stephens said. “This auction has been known to set world records in the past with prices tipping more than $20,000 for a dog. Given the excellent agricultural season we are having and the reliance on a top class working, the committee are strongly anticipating prices will break previous records. There will be nationwide interest in the dogs on sale with bidders able to watch and bid online via AuctionPlus. Our auction coordinators are already receiving calls to understand more about the high quality of the dogs on offer.” A glance back a decade to the 2011 Australian Kelpie Muster gives a snapshot of the event and


ABOVE: Tony Donovan its evolution. Well known breeder Ian O’Connell, who has set a record price more than once in the Working Dog Auction’s history, sold his 17 month old male kelpie Wyambie Ted for $9000 which in the event’s 15th year was a record price. That 2011 event also saw the highest ever average prize, topping the $3000 mark, which was a feat worth celebrating as it was actually the lowest number of dogs that had gone under the hammer in the auction’s 15 year history. Prices really exploded the following year with O’Connell not only becoming the first breeder to top the $10,000 mark with Lerssli Charli, in another record setting performance, only to see Matthew Johnson, from Westbury, in Tasmania, hit $12,000, putting Tom, the two year old red kelpie into the record books instead. Sold to a fellow Taswegian, Tom’s price was a staggering $3000 more than the 2011 record. It was a sign of just where prices at the iconic sale were headed.

ABOVE: Casterton Vice Regal Band - Winner Street Parade It was also the year the program also significantly expanded with the Working Dog Vendor Trial and the subsequent Futurity. The Futurity is open to dogs under four years of age with significant prize money on offer.

“…this is the blue chip event in Australia…” Rick Jones (Broken Hill grazier) The inaugural winner was Mia, bred and handled by Broken Hill grazier and breeder Rick Jones, who was handling the dog for owner Leanne Cowan, from Goornong, and took home the, then, $4000 first prize. “She’s a handy dog,” Mr Jones said. “She suited the sheep and worked well with them. It’s just the luck of the day. This is the blue chip event in Australia.” Committee member at the time, Ann James, said the Working Dog Vendor Trial was just another tool for buyers to assess the dogs up for auction, as well as providing

sheer entertainment to the general public. “We wanted to find a way to promote the auction a bit more and the response was great,” Mrs James said. “We had to limit the runs to one per dog because people were so keen to be involved.” Seeing dogs and owners in action clearly generates interest and that is no doubt how the Stockman’s Challenge came into being, a hugely popular event that attracts competitors from far and wide. It has become a feature event on the three day program since its inception in 2004. And the Australian Kelpie Muster always throws up some quirky stories. It was at the 2011 Australian Kelpie Muster that a Western Australian couple were celebrating their honeymoon, going home with two kelpies and also a Canadian visitor that returned in 2012 to purchase one of the top dogs on offer, so enamoured was he of the breed, already owning three in his homeland. The novelty events also generate

huge interest, producing stories the Australian Kelpie Centre which including a man from the Gold attracts tens of thousands of visitors Coast who flew to the event to to the region annually. compete in the dog trials – his Tickets for the Australian Kelpie kelpie enjoying the trip in the Muster went on sale Monday and passenger seat next to his more information is available at owner, and then there’s www.castertonkelpieassociation. the Gippsland based egg com.au and spoon champion who returned to defend her title. There is not one element of the three day festival that does not capture the imagination. The arts have also found their way onto the program, with the Acquisitive Art Prize and Poet’s Breakfast. Having the Kelpie Muster back on the calendar is all about returning this beloved community event but it will also be a much needed boost for the economy, traditionally injecting more than $1.5 million to the local economy each year in ABOVE: Previous winners of the Kelpie Triathlon addition to the benefits of Tony Wilson & Mack


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Mount Gambier – a celebration based in Yazidi mythology where Tawuse Melek, the representative of God comes down to Earth in April each year to revive the planet. Facilitated by the Australian Migrant Resource Centre Mount Gambier office, the Yazidi New Year event for three hours, with Mount Gambier manager Anelia Blackie saying it was important for this somewhat isolated, small community to be able to celebrate and share their culture. “They were so keen for people to participate and to be there and enjoy it with them,” Anelia said. “They feel very isolated because they are so new and such a small group and many have other family members who are waiting to come. They have their visas but the COVID travel bans have affected

that and it has made it hard. This was such a good opportunity for their families to feel part of the community.” Long trestles table meant the Yazidi families and wide community could sit and share not just a meal but stories and many did take up the opportunity to learn more about the Yazidi culture. One of those community invitees was Senior Constable Jade Hill, from the Limestone Coast Crime Prevention department, and she was thrilled to attend along with her daughters and grandmother. “I wanted to learn more about the Yazidi community and how they celebrate festivals like New Years,” Snr Const. Hill said. “We have had meetings in the past around crime prevention and we are looking to build strong

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community relationships.” Two uniformed officers also headed along, given much of the trauma experienced by the Yazidi people comes from people in uniform, just to help normalise the police experience and the positivity that can come with that. “We want to break down those barriers – that is really important,” Snr Const. Hill. “They are a lovely warm community and it is fabulous to interact with them and for them to interact with my family. It is also a chance for people to see me not just as a police officer but as a grand daughter and a mum.” ABOVE: Sameelah, Basima, Salvana, Suad & Slviya with coloured eggs as part of Yazidi New year celebrations. Left - Haje providing some traditional Yazidi music at the New Year celebrations

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Future proofing forestry South Australian Premier meets with industry leaders in the Green Triangle New domestic manufacturing opportunities, optimising wood flow and commitments to research and development headlined the Green Triangle Forest Industries Hub’s briefing with South Australia Premier Stephen Marshall last week. Hub chair Ian McDonnell led an industry roundtable featuring representation from the full breadth of the supply chain with the Premier supported by local parliamentarians Member for Mount Gambier Troy Bell and Member for MacKillop Nick McBride. “The Premier has walked away with the strong realisation that the Green Triangle is the powerhouse of Australia’s softwood timber sector and has the capacity and desire to grow, creating more domestic value-add and new job

opportunities,” Mr McDonnell said. “We sought a commitment from the State Government that it will support our sector as we embark on $300 million of new capital investment, expanding and diversifying our manufacturing base with goals of getting more trees in the ground to expand the fibre base. “Domestic fibre demand is predicted to quadruple by 2050 which opens huge opportunities for the Green Triangle to grow and diversify its existing operations. The meeting was a chance to brief the Premier on how we plan to meet this supply gap, by optimising existing wood flow and essentially making more from less. “He was also briefed on our extensive research into better understanding tree water

“...we sought a commitment from the State Government that it will support our sector as we embark on $300 million of new capital investment...” Ian McDonnell (Green Triangle Forest Industries Hub chair)

use which will assist the State Government in the upcoming review of the Lower Limestone Coast Water Allocation Plan, to ensure the most up to date science and data on tree water use supports the process. Meanwhile the Premier was very receptive to our plans to explore how to better utilise existing water supply, harnessing drainage water for environmental and industry gain in a partnership with other south-east primary producers. “Overall, the Premier was particularly pleased to see our forest and timber sector actively collaborating on a united strategic vision, investing heavily in research and development through NIFPI (National Institute for Forest Products Innovation), the University of South Australia and its partners to future proof our businesses and further enable its workforce.” Mr McDonnell said the session was an opportunity to introduce the Green Triangle Fire Alliance, a subcommittee of the Hub, which is building a strategic plan for future forest fire management, focused on cross border harmonisation and decreasing the industry’s exposure to risk from fire. “The State Government recognise the invaluable contribution our 330 forest firefighters play in protecting our communities with the Premier indicating he is keen to work with our members to understand how we can better detect

Regional snapshot Photo competition looks to capture the essence of the changing landscape of the Limestone Coast The Limestone Coast Landscape Board’s annual photo competition is now open, calling on local photographers to share their images of the Limestone Coast’s treasures. This year’s theme for the photo competition is ‘Our Changing Landscape’ and the board is hoping to see images that reflect how you see our landscape in the past, present and in the future. Entries should explain something about what it’s like to live in this beautiful part of South Australia, embracing faces, places and landscape of the Limestone Coast, focussing on sustainable primary production, water, biodiversity, plants and animals in our changing landscape. Ultimately the Limestone Coast landscape Board is encouraging people to connect with country and explore and capture what is special about our spectacular region. Entry is free and are welcome in traditional still photography

and social media, with under 18 and open age groups. Entry and competition rules are available from www.landscape.sa.gov. au/lcWinners will share in some great prizes, and selected photos will feature on a range of our publications, social media channels and in the Limestone Coast Landscape Board’s 2022 calendar. To enter send them your best still photo to

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and suppress fire, protecting our communities and assets earlier,” he said. “The Green Triangle is leading the way with the use of innovations, such as our FireHawk camera trial, and we look forward to working with the Premier and his team as we advance on the next stage of this important trial which

has the potential to revolutionise forest fire detection.” ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION: (Below) Green Triangle Forest Industries Hub members with Premier Stephen Marshall, Member for Mount Gambier Troy Bell and Member for MacKillop Nick McBride following Tuesday’s roundtable session.

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Record interest in tourism industry grants Region’s tourism operators continue to recover as a wave of optimism hits the industry The tourism industry in the Limestone Coast continues to recover with the Easter and school holiday period generating significant income and further increasing the level of optimism starting to immerse tourism o0peratiors and other associated stakeholders. Limestone Coast Local Government Association destination development manager Biddie Shearing said anecdotal evidence from her extensive chats with operators has March 2021 emerging as the busiest March ion the past two decades. “I’ve been in the game for 15 to 20 years and everyone is sayi8ng this is the busiest March ever and

not just at the typically busy coastal locations but inland, including locations like Naracoorte,” Mrs Shearing said. “A good sign in my job, where I am here to support the industry, is when operat5ors don’t really need me because they are making money and making things happen.” That being said, Mrs Shearing is flat strap helping around 60 businesses throughout the region tap into government funding. “And that’s the sort of thing that shows how optimistic operators are when they are looking to invest in infrastructure, to build new experiences and to enhance the visitor experience,” she said. As a general rule, Mrs Shearing

PUBLIC NOTICES Temporary Road Closure Millicent Notice is hereby given that Wattle Range Council pursuant to Section 33 of the Road Traffic Act 1961, declares that the following roads be closed to vehicular traffic from 10.15 am to 11.45 am on Sunday, 25 April 2021 for the purpose of facilitating the ANZAC Day Service, Millicent: • George Street, Millicent (from Short Street to Ridge Terrace) • North Terrace, Millicent (from George Street to Davenport Street) Ben Gower CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

BIN COLLECTION AND WASTE TRANSFER STATION Anzac Day 2021

The public are advised bins will be collected as normal on the Anzac public holiday Monday 26th April 2021. Bins must be out by 6:00am. The Waste Transfer Station will be CLOSED on Sunday 25th April 2021 and Monday 26th April 2021. Barbara CERNOVSKIS ACTING CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

would be working with a handful of operators looking to attract government funding. “I have never experienced that in my 11 years doing this role, people are looking to capitalise on the momentum they feel they are creating,” she said. “Some businesses have already received funding and it is from smaller investment like $30,000 to those with multi million dollar investment projects.” With $143million on offer the tourism industry is abuzz and some operators are forging ahead with their projects regardless of the outcome of their grant applications. With international visitation still some way off, operators are tapping into the intra and interState visitation and while overseas tourists will be welcomed back with open arms, Aussie visitors are starting to fill the void. International visitation is around 10 percent of the Limestone Coast’s business, worth around $20million. “The lift in intra-State and interState travel has helped fill the gap,” Mrs Shearing said. “And as it picks up there is a real sense of confidence in the market.” One of the Limestone Coast’s tourist hotspots, Robe, has had less of a downturn than some areas and continues to build up its visitation numbers in 2021. District Council of Robe manager tourism & events Camille Lehmann said the seaside town is still abuzz with visitors. “It has been consistently busy in Robe over the past couple of weeks, including Easter,” Ms Lehmann said. “We definitely received an increase in visitors to Robe over the Victorian and South Australian school holidays.” The variety of visitor experiences in and around Robe definitely ensure there is a wide demographic attracted to visiting and tapping into the coastal, food and wine and other attractions. “People visit Robe for a variety of different experiences, depending on their demographic,” Ms Lehmann said. “Over the school holidays many may come to visit the beach, go four-wheel driving, experience the coastal and

mountain bike trails and enjoy the quality and diverse range of food and beverage experiences available in Robe.” From a sample of data collected during January, which aligned with anecdotal feedback, 60 per cent of visitors to Robe hail from South

Australia, 35 per cent from Victoria and five percent from the rest of Australia. LIMESTONE COAST VISITOR EXPERIENCES: (From top) Kilsby Sinkhole; Robe & Naracorote Caves

Pay your respects Condolence opportunity for Duke of Edinburgh

Temporary Road Closure Penola Notice is hereby given that Wattle Range Council pursuant to Section 33 of the Road Traffic Act 1961, declares that the following roads be closed to vehicular traffic from 7 am to 8:30 am on Sunday, 25 April 2021 for the purpose of facilitating the ANZAC Day Commemoration Service, Penola: • Church Street, Penola (from Bowden Street to Riddoch Street) • Young Street, Penola (from Church Street to Queen Street) Ben Gower CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

Following the passing of His Royal Highness the Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, Mayor Martin has forwarded a message of condolence to Her Majesty The Queen on behalf of Mount Gambier and its residents. If you wish to leave your own message, the Australian Government has established an online portal at www.pmc.gov.au/pmc/condolencesform MOUNT GAMBIER VISIT: The Duke of Edinburgh with Queen Elizabeth II at the Mount Gambier War Memorial, Vansittart Park during their 1954 visit. Image courtesy of the Mount Gambier Library


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Jack of all trades Ockert Le Roux has been appointed the new executive officer of the Coonawarra Vignerons, starting in the wine industry role next month. The role was vacated by Olivia James in January but the extensive search has been worth the ait given the managing and marketing experience of Ockert (pictured) and his passion for the region since deciding to call it home in 2014, moving from Melbourne with his wife and three daughters. With a strong background in the timber industry, a burgeoning photography business and a heart for the Limestone Coast community. Ockert is currently a lead manager in the Marketing and Operations division for OneFortyOne in Mount Gambier. Bringing a resume rife with experience in management, marketing and finances, Ockert was instrumental in developing hardwood chip-export facilities in Western Australia and Victoria and was also front and centre of the negotiations that set the hardwood export price for Australia with Japan. In his first year in Mount Gambier, Ockert spent a year assisting the South Australian Government with their forward sale of its softwood assets in the Green Triangle but moved into the tourism sector in 2016 as he looked to help develop a visitor economy for Mount Gambier.

As a member of the Tourism Mount Gambier Board, he was instrumental in strategic development, playing a lead role in establishing the Discover Mount Gambier rebrand and the Guides of Mount Gambier Project. Ockert was the ideas man behind establishing Ghost Mushroom Lane, which now attracts tens of thousands of visitors per year to Mount Gambier. Association president Pete Balnaves said the Coonawarra Vignerons were delighted to welcome Ockert to the executive officer role. “He is a highly regarded senior management professional, who is not only passionate about our region and the Limestone Coast, he also brings a wide range of skills and experiences, which we are certain will raise the profile of Coonawarra as a destination for visitors and ensure our worldrenowned wine region remains globally competitive,” Mr Balnaves said. “Ockert will be instrumental in maintaining the strategic direction of the association and promotion of the powerful Coonawarra brand.” For Ockert, the opportunity to work in the Coonawarra Vignerons role was too good to pass up, seeing the role as a perfect fit. “It is undoubtedly a unique opportunity in taking the renowned Coonawarra brand and wine region to its next level

of prominence,” he said. “I do look forward to working with the board, members and employees to achieve an excellent outcome for all.” For more information about the Coonawarra Vignerons visit www. coonawarra.org The Coonawarra Vignerons conducts six annual events: • Penola Coonawarra Arts Festival (May) • Coonawarra Cellar Dwellers (July) • Coonawarra Cellar Door in the City Wine Tasting Roadshow (August/ September) • Coonawarra Cabernet Celebrations (October) • Coonawarra Vignerons Cup Day (January) • Coonawarra After Dark (April)

Community cashed up Small projects set to take off thanks to council funding Cash injections for hall upgrades, community events and junior development programs will be delivered in the latest round of Glenelg Shire Council’s Community Grants program. A total of 54 shire-wide community not-for-profit groups and organisations shared in the funding round, valued at $104,000. Among the beneficiaries were the Heywood Golf Club which received $1000 to purchase junior golf equipment, $5000 for the Casterton Scout Group for roof upgrades plus $900 for Seaview House for outdoor seating for residents. The Leadership Great South Coast Group will also receive $1000 towards their Indigenous War Memorial Mural Project, $800 will go towards the Nelson Committee of Management to replace history signage and the Dartmoor Football Netball Club will receive $5000 towards a new ticket booth. Glenelg Shire councillors awarded the funding to the successful recipients at the recent community presentation night in Heywood. Council was proud to provide ongoing support to the Shire’s not-for-profit organisations and hardworking volunteers. These grants can be the

difference to these hard-working volunteers realising their project goals. Whilst their fundraising efforts are ongoing, these funds provide security to turn plans into a reality. Importantly all money delivered through the grants program will be injected straight back into the local economy to support local community groups, businesses and tradespeople. “The number of successful applications was particularly pleasing to see through this funding round, highlighting the many exciting projects, programs and events that are on the horizon

for the Shire.” For further information regarding Council’s Community Grants program, including upcoming funding rounds, please visit the Glenelg Shire Council website at www.glenelg.vic.gov.au. COUNCIL WINDFALL: (Above) Representatives (from back to front) from the Casterton Football Netball Club, Casterton Rotary Club, Casterton Old Courthouse Community Centre, Bahgallah Hall and Casterton Historical Society celebrate their funding at the presentation night in Heywood.


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Tony Duddy is an ordinary bloke but there is nothing like firsthand experience and his personal story is as good a starting point as any for a conversation about men’s health. Tony (pictured right) has had his battles with cancer and, alongside three medical experts, he is ready to talk, encouraging not just conversation but check ups so men and their families can avoid the trauma of diagnosis, treatment and death. He is all about making sure men get those regular health checks but also giving them avenues to work through diagnosis and treatment when the news is not all good. For Tony, the stats compelled him to tell his story, choosing a pub as his setting to try and encourage guys who might not normally head along to a discussion on health. In 2017, more than 7000 men died as a result of bowel, skin or prostate cancer – that is more than 20 a day, and Tony wants to positively impact on those numbers. He has welcomed the bowel cancer kits that are sent out every two years for everyone over 50, with that program alone set to reduce deaths by 90 percent. “We are trying to encourage men to get on top of things early,” Tony said. “Experts suggest that this type of message is better coming from people who have had experiences. I am not a doctor or an expert. This is only being presented to improve awareness and get more men to act, any questions of a medical nature should be directed to your medical professional.”

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Horoscopes

Brain Teaser 1. What did Buddy and Jesinta Franklin name their youngest son? 2. Who is the coach of the West Coast Eagles? 3. What is the capital of Austria? 4. Cardiology is a branch of medicine focussing on which major organ? 5. Who won the 2021 Masters at Augusta National? 6. The clarinet is part of which family of the orchestra? 7. Mustang and Fiesta are cars manufactured by which motor company? 8. Which tea blend, first described in the 1830s, is flavoured predominantly through the addition of bergamot oil? 9. At the 2016 Academy Awards, which film, about the experiences of frontiersman Hugh Glass, took home the Oscars for Best Actor, Best Director and Best Cinematography? 10. Bryan Ferry was the lead singer of which band? 11. Prince Edward Island is the smallest province of which country? 12. The leatherback is the largest species of which reptile? 13. Which famous singer starred as Argentinian first lady Eva Peron in the 1996 film Evita? 14. Luzon and Mindanao are the two most populated islands in which South East Asian nation? 15. Who was the pilot of the Apollo 11 command module, remaining in the craft whilst Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin descended to the moon in the Eagle lander? 16. In which Australian State would you be if you were visiting Burra?

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ARIES

(March 21- April 20) Lucky Colour: Red Racing Numbers: 8-3-4-5 Lucky Day: Tuesday Lotto Numbers: 1-14-23-27-34-45 During this period, you should be able to do more to achieve a better financial future. Unwise to flirt indiscriminately or you cold ruin a longterm friendship.

TAURUS

(April 21- May 20) Lucky Colour: Green Racing Numbers: 8-3-4-5 Lucky Day: Monday Lotto Numbers: 8-12-14-34-45-11

Most could be rather impressionable where romance is concerned what you say without thought could hurt others. But for the most part of this should be a happy and healthy period.

GEMINI

(May 21- June 21) Lucky Colour: Cream Racing Numbers: 6-8-3-4 Lucky Day: Sunday Lotto Numbers: 1-16-24-35-41-22 A really romantic time although you could be embarrassed by another’s spending. Excellent stars for work or partnership matters. Reasons to celebrate and your future is looking good.

CANCER 17. Which horse won the 2020 Melbourne Cup? 18. George Lazenby and Timothy Dalton have both played which iconic movie character? 19. What is the medical name for the bone commonly known as the shoulder blade? 20. Which forest in Nottinghamshire, England, is referred to in legend as the home of Robin Hood and his band of Merry Men? 21. What is the capital of Queensland? 22. How many Best Actress Oscars did Katharine Hepburn win? 23. The four fashion capitals of the world are usually considered to be New York, London, Paris, and which other city? 24. Brothers Barry, Robin, and Maurice founded which hugely successful band? 25. Who is the only tennis player to have completed the Golden Slam,

(June 22- July 22) Lucky Colour: Silver Racing Numbers: 6-7-8-4 Lucky Day: Wednesday Lotto Numbers: 6-13-24-34-41-22

Lovers quarrels could easily spoil the otherwise perfect atmosphere, try to avoid friction with everyone. Some good news regarding expenses and career matters.

LEO having won all four grand slam singles titles and the Olympic Gold in 1988? 26. The wife of which biblical figure was supposedly turned to a pillar of salt upon looking back at the destruction of Sodom? 27. Canadian James Naismith wrote the original rule book for which popular sport? 28. Who played Ben Rafter in the popular TV drama Packed to the Rafters? 29. How many events make up the decathlon? 30. Which two teams played off in the AFLW grand final?

(July 23- August 22) Lucky Colour: Violet Racing Numbers: 7-2-5-6 Lucky Day: Tuesday Lotto Numbers: 7-13-24-31-22-20

You could be inclined to flirt and this can cause serious case of the jealousies at home. Do not take anyone’s love or support for granted or it will backfire on you.

VIRGO

(August 23- September 23) Lucky Colour: Dark Green Racing Numbers: 6-8-2-4 Lucky Day: Friday Lotto Numbers: 1-15-23-34-41-22 Surprises at home and a happier time is indicated most will be feeling more romantic than usual and this could make them more impressionable for advances.

LIBRA

(September 24- October 23) Lucky Colour: Blue Racing Numbers: 7-2-3-6 Lucky Day: Sunday Lotto Numbers: 1-14-19-34-41-22

Before you act in the matters of pleasure it would be wise to count the financial cost. You need to be more careful than every not to overspend for close family and friends.

SCORPIO

(October 24- November 22) Lucky Colour: Orange Racing Numbers: 8-2-3-5 Lucky Day: Wednesday Lotto Numbers: 1-6-23-38-41-10 You could be more emotional during this period and realise how much those around you mean to you. Unexpected news concerning money matters should be very welcome.

SAGITTARIUS

Lucky Colour: Peach Lucky Day: Saturday

(November 23- December 20) Racing Numbers: 7-9-4-1 Lotto Numbers: 7-12-24-3-4-45

Opportunities at work could overcome some confusion concerning finances and, in many cases, a complete turn about to your most pressing problems. You could be more persuasive on your love talk.

CAPRICORN

(December 21- January 19) Lucky Colour: White Racing Numbers: 8-9-4-3 Lucky Day: Thursday Lotto Numbers: 6-3-12-24-41-22

BINGEING ON NETFLIX & EXERCISE Squats, lunges & wall sits are great exercises you can do while bingeing on your favourite Netflix series, making your TV viewing a whole lot healthier.

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Not the best time for long distance travel although career or business matters can improve. Some unexpected gossip you overheard may have some impact on your future plans. Kerry Kulkens Psychic Line 1300 727 727 |www.kerrykulkens.com.au (call cost: $5.50 incl GST per min. mob/pay extra)

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Travel plans could be on your mind, stay out of friction at work. However, do not be afraid to speak your mind. News concerning some of your more remote hopes should make you happier and on good terms with all.

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AQUARIUS

(January 20- February 19) Lucky Colour: Pink Racing Numbers: 6-9-3-4 Lucky Day: Sunday Lotto Numbers: 6-13-24-35-45-20

(February 20- March 20) Lucky Colour: Green Racing Numbers: 7-8-3-4 Lucky Day: Thursday Lotto Numbers: 1-5-23-25-45-33

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You may have to ask or answer some awkward questions, however, most should be happier about their future plans. Avoid lending money to friends or it is likely to be a long time coming back.

DON’T BE TOO HARD ON YOURSELF It is great to set up a routine where you go to the gym a couple of times a week, go for a run a couple of times a week and maybe a yoga class but if you can’t get to all your scheduled exercise just make sure you stay active and if that’s a short, quick walk on a day you are just too busy then just get that done and don’t beat yourself up about a “slip up”.

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Answers – 1. Rocky; 2. Adam Simpson; 3. Vienna; 4. Heart; 5. Hideki Matsuyama; 6. Woodwind; 7. Ford; 8. Earl Grey; 9. The Revenant; 10. Roxy Music; 11. Canada; 12. Turtle; 13. Madonna; 14. The Philippines; 15. Michael Collins; 16. South Australia; 17. Twilight Payment; 18. James Bond; 19. Scapula; 20. Sherwood Forest; 21. Brisbane; 22. Four; 23. Milan; 24. The Bee Gees; 25. Steffi Graf; 26. Lot; 27. Basketball; 28. Hugh Sheridan; 29. 10; 30. Adelaide Crows & Brisbane Lions


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Welcome to 110 Shepherdson Road, offering an updated 3BR Mount Gambier stone home, adjacent to the popular Tenison Woods College. Loads of extras are on offer with this home, including a brand new kitchen, open plan lounge/dining area, 3 bedrooms all with built in robes, separate 2nd living area, plus new flooring and painted inside and out. Outside features include low maintenance gardens, North facing raised pergola area, enclosed rear yard with vehicle access to the 2 x stone garages, measuring 7m x 5m and 6m x 3m, plus a double length carport adjacent to the home.

$239,000-$249,000 Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266 8 BANKSIA ST, NELSON

Rachael Kelly JUNIOR ASSISTANT P: (08) 8723 3416

Designed for easy, low maintenance living the home features 2 spacious bedrooms, large lounge room with bay window, kitchen/meals and casual living space. The practical kitchen has abundant cupboard space and modern appliances plus neat bathroom with large shower & bath, plus separate laundry, toilet & powder room. Access to the property is via single car garage under main roof with remote door, internal entry and roller door to the back yard. Large, paved courtyard plus under cover pergola area make this property incredibly low maintenance and perfect for the lock and leave lifestyle. Well maintained and currently leased by a great tenant until Jan 2022 at $270.00 per week.

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$275,000-$295,000 Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

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26 Black Swan Road, Nelson

$275,000

New New - Two bedroom home, two street access, open plan living area with views of the river mouth, two way bathroom plus huge family games room (or third bedroom) with additional bathroom - Large double carport which doubles perfectly as an outdoor entertaining area with rural views of farmland at the rear 3 2 2 Gail Richards 0409 268 199

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- With fantastic street appeal, this quality brick & tile home offers an ideal investment opportunity or home for young family or retiree - Located in a quiet cul-de-sac, the home offers inviting open plan kitchen/lounge/dining area, featuring modern kitchen with built-in pantry & breakfast bar 4 2 1 Al Lamond 0418 849 266

9 HAYES CRES, MT GAMBIER $240,000-$255,000

- Delightfully renovated solid stone home set on a well fenced block and established low maintenance garden adjacent to Parklands - Eat in kitchen/dine with gas cooking facilities and updated white cabinetry - Enclosed rear porch opening out to small decked patio area 3 1 1 Al Lamond 0418 849 266

The original timber framed 2 storey cottage offers a range of exciting options. The home consists of 2 bedrooms with bathroom on the upper level offering commanding views, a central kitchen/dining/lounge area with separate laundry & 2nd toilet on the ground floor. An outstanding feature of the home is the Southerly facing living room offering an inviting wood fire & s/s air conditioning, plus large framed windows with beautiful elevated views. Set on a large 6496m2 private allotment, the property offers equipped bore and double car garage with room for plenty of additional shedding (S.T.C.A.). A must-see property in a much desired and private location.

$399,000-$429,000 Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266 1 KEIL DR, NELSON

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- This double storey, brick home is a picture-perfect haven for any family - The upstairs living area is like your very own sanctuary and the postcard views will take your breath away - The practical timber kitchen features wall oven, dishwasher, abundant storage and huge walk in pantry Gail Richards 0409 268 199

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MOUNT GAMBIER FOR SALE $850,000

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Beautiful property on the outskirts of Mount Gambier 4 spacious bedrooms, master with walk in robe and ensuite Bedrooms 2 and 4 with built in robes and the 3rd bedroom located in the loft with sweeping rural views Open plan living, main lounge/ dining with polished timber floors and magnificent bay windows Second living area also features bay windows and completely separated from the main living areas via concealed doors • Kitchen features solid timber with eletric cooking appliances, dishwasher and large pantry with ample bench and cupboard space

• Slow combustion fire in the casual living zone

Address: 102 Berkefeld Road, OB Flat

0408 065 540

• Outdoor patio area, great to host your friends and family • 2X 22,500L rainwater tanks plumbed into the property, bore, watering system for gardens and paddocks, stock troughs, track room, storage shed, wash bay and a 10KW solar system • High clearance machinery shed with three phase power • 5 minutes from the township of Mount Gambier and located close to schooling • A fantastic property not to be missed, make an appointment today.

Contact: Imogene Ryan

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Country Lifestyle On The City Limits • Updated kitchen featuring electric cooking with lovely outlook • Gas hot water and gas heating • Situated on 3 acres on the outskirts of Mount Gambier • Lovely rear enclosed sunroom area plus formal lounge and dining area • 3 generous sized bedrooms plus office or study area • Bore water plus mains and rainwater to the house (9000L) • 3 phase power plus additional shedding • Fenced into two main paddocks with fantastic established gardens around the home

FOR SALE - $- $419,000 FOR SALE $389,000

Address: 14 - 18 O’Dea Road, Suttontown Contact: Brenton Leggett 0438 344 042 Property ID: 22970382

SAL REAL ESTATE

RENTAL PROPERTIES

Vicki Quinn

Imogene Ryan

Brenton Leggett

0417 804 782

0408 065 540

0438 344 042

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Spacious Home With Large Shedding • 4 bedrrom home with main featuring a walk in robe and ensuite • Second formal lounge room and dining area

FOR SALE - $ P/W FOR RENT $330

Address: 20a Boandik Terrace

• Reverse cycle heating and cooling, perfect for both summer and winter nights Candice Merrett 0419 387 094 Property Manager

Jo Gibbs 0437 902 438 Property Manager

• Large stone shedding, approx 7x7m • Pets negotiable • BOND $1,980

Mount Gambier Contact:

Candice Merrett 0419 387 094

Property ID: 22484025

SAL REAL ESTATE

RLA: 1811 LOC AL SER VICE, NATIONAL STRENGTH

(08) 8725 6666 23 Gray Street, Mount Gambier

www.ruralcoproperty.com.au


Chris Manser Real Estate & Livestock Sales 0417 414 127

Elisha Beare Real Estate Sales Property Management 0407 213 023

Garth Manser Real Estate & Livestock Sales 0417 071 180

Bernie Manser Property Management 0407 235 345

Candyce Cory Property Management 0427 333 517 RLA 280309

Ph 08 8723 6866 | Fax 08 8723 3809 | 50 James Street, Mount Gambier | admin@gtlivestock.com.au | www.gtlivestock.com.au 77 CROUCH STREET NORTH, MOUNT GAMBIER

23 DERWENT COURT, MOUNT GAMBIER

SOLD

$349,000

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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. Electric roller blinds in both the main bedroom and family room. Kitchen with electric oven and induction stove, 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.

70 WEHL STREET NORTH, MOUNT GAMBIER

$320,000

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PERFECT INVESTMENT IN PRIME LOCATION

This conveniently located Mount Gambier stone home will make a perfect first home or investment opportunity. The home is conveniently located within walking distance to all amenities on a sizable 873m2 allotment with beautiful established gardens. The property is beautifully presented and offers two sizable bedrooms plus an additional room that could be easily converted to a third bedroom, dining area, study or sewing room however is currently utilised as a second living area. The centrally located kitchen offers electric cooking and ample cupboard space, the bathroom located off the laundry area features a bath, shower and vanity with a separate toilet. The large rear private yard offers established gardens and an outdoor entertaining area fitted with quality zip track blinds for comfort and privacy.

Situated in a quiet cul-de-sac on the North-East side of town lies this spacious family home with living space for everyone. Off the hallway there are three bedrooms, main with walk in robe, ensuite and r/c a/c and two with built in wardrobes. The main bathroom features a shower, bath & vanity with a separate toilet for your convenience. The sizable kitchen offers plenty of cupboard space, large walk- in pantry, dishwasher and electric cooking, the dining room adjacent the kitchen adjoins the spacious lounge area with the ambience of slow combustion wood heating in addition to r/c a/c for your convenience. Two additional carpeted rooms along the north side of the home may be utilised as extra bedrooms, second living or even the kids toy room. You will enjoy the views from your rear balcony across a native reserve right at your back fence, along with views of the city. The bonus area below the balcony offers concrete floor and could be utilised as a garden shed, storage room or even a man/lady cave! The home is fitted with a 5 kw solar system to minimise your living expenses. This property must be seen to be appreciated.

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160 - 168 WIRELESS ROAD WEST, SUTTONTOWN

$550,000 UNLIMITED POSSIBILITIES & POTENTIAL

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4 FAIRWAY COURT, MOUNT GAMBIER

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

$725,000 ULTIMATE FAMILY LIVING WITH A GOLF COURSE AT YOUR BACK DOOR

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


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THE PERFECT INVESTMENT! 1/14 Bailey Street, Mount Gambier

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• 3 large bedrooms, 2 with built-in robes. • Ultra modern kitchen/meals/family area with stainless steel appliances and gas cooking. • Modern 3-way bathroom offering separate shower, toilet & vanity. • Spacious second formal lounge area. • Neutral decor throughout. • Extras include split system heating & cooling and quality day/ night blinds throughout. Malcolm Lewis 0429 009 072

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LUXURIOUS LIFESTYLE PROPERTY! 237 Casterton Road, Penola

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MASSIVE FAMILY HOME/ENTERTAINERS DELIGHT! 3 Chantilly Place, Mount Gambier • 10 kW solar system.

• Architecturally designed 5 bedroom home featuring a luxurious bathroom.

• Rainwater plumbed to taps in the entertainment area.

• Huge pergola area with ziptrack blinds, perfect for entertaining.

• Ducted heating in the front section of the home plus r/c split system air conditioning in the rear.

• Ample shedding, solid fencing & landscaped gardens.

• Instant gas hot water services.

Damian Venn 0438 904 771

• 10 minutes from Penola & the famous Coonawarra wine region.

• Wide driveway with plenty of off-street parking.

• The moment you step through the door, you will be greeted by the soaring high ceilings enhancing the elegant interiors.

• Pop Up Sprinklers front & back.

• This beautiful 5 bedroom property will be sure to impress.

NEW | $590,000 - $620,000

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Expressions of Interest

Deon Howell 0419 037 896

228 Commercial St West, Mt Gambier

COMMERCIAL

Residential/Rural Sales Manager

Residential Sales

Sales Associate

Property Management

Property Management

Property Management

Property Management

DAMIAN VENN 0438 904 771

DEON HOWELL 0419 037 896

MALCOLM LEWIS 8726 4400

DANIELLE JOHNSTON 8726 4400

PAM KNIBBS 8726 4400

CHLOE SMITH 8726 4400

STOWE SCOTT 8726 4400

9 Ba y Roa d , Mou nt G a m bi e r

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RLA 1903

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

13 Currawong Crescent

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$210,000-$225,000

Paul Chuck SALES 0409 541 113

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$495,000-$525,000

15 Gardiner Terrace

114 Edgecumbe Street, Tantanoola

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$365,000-$375,000

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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.

34/184 Jubilee Highway West

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23 Percy St/12-14 Alexander St

$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.

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$699,000-$759,000

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!

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2 Palamountain Street

$479,000

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Gebhardts Property Management

UNITS/HOUSES

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

14 Hillcrest Avenue

14 Hillcrest Avenue

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$270 pw | Available 4/6/21

2/16 Yeates Street

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$280 pw | Available NOW

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$290 pw | Available 21/5/21

2/5A William Street

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$330 pw | Available NOW

6 Davis Crescent

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$380 pw | Available 10/5/21

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

2/16 Yeates Street

COMMERCIAL 2/2 James Street 32 Commercial Street West

Avail 4/6/21

1/17 Canavan Road

3/46 Brownes Road

$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.

The absolute dream for the family who love to entertain, the all weather entertaining area and in ground swimming pool will impress, highly sought after location, great car accommodation ticks all of the boxes.

RENTALS

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312 Commercial Street West

3 Foote Street

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Spacious and affordable living on offer – generous block over 1,000m2. Excellent shedding – perfect for the toys. Low maintenance brick and tiled home – you will be impressed!

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Bernie Gaylard PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 8725 5766

$240,000-$250,000 3 1 1 Neat brick & tile home located in a quiet cul-de-sac location. Open plan kitchen and dining with sliding door access to outside. Three generous sized bedrooms all with built in robes.

$185,000

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6 Bengalee Crescent

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

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Sharyn Ferguson PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 8725 5766

5 Glenmora Court

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!

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Emily Rayner SALES 0417 665 085

13 Kyrenia Court

Solid Mount Gambier stone home on approximately 742m2, open plan kitchen and dining with slow combustion heating. Three generous sized bedrooms all with built in robes. Fourth bedroom or study with timber floor.

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Ben Jeffrey SALES 0417 810 246

$270 pw 3 1 2 • Three bedrooms, two with BIR’s • Lounge with gas heater & R/C air con • Kitchen/dining with electric cooking • Bathroom with spa • Single garage & single carport under main roof • No pets

Avail NOW

$280 pw 2 1 1 • Two bedrooms, main with built in robe • Open plan kitchen / dining area • Spacious lounge room with picture bay window • Gas wall heating with RC airconditioning • Fully enclosed yard • Single garage UMR with internal access • Additional car space • Pets negotiable

94 Commercial Street East

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Sale 7 Gordon Street, Mt Gambier $399,000 - $419,000 Open by appointment

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

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Rental 8 Carthew Street, Mt Gambier $410 P/W Available: Now

59 Lake Terrace West, Mt Gambier $779,000 - $799,000 Open by appointment

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4/121 Wehl Street North, Mt Gambier 3 $175,000 Open by appointment

4 Rose Street, Mt Gambier $420 P/W Available: 07/05/2021

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4 Yahl Hall Road, Mt Gambier Expressions of Interest Open by appointment

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

Rental 4

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7 Emily Street, Mt Gambier $350 P/W Available: 17/05/2021


Tahlia Gabrielli Principal Sales Executive 0438 883 992

Sarah Barney Sales Executive 0438 883 972

Sonya Jones Executive Assistant (08) 8724 7405

Sale

Jess Teakle Property Management (08) 8724 7405

Sale

FACT Fish & Chip Shop, Mt Gambier $349,000 Open by appointment

Business

Sale

Hairhouse Warehouse, Mt Gambier $180,000 + Stock Open by appointment

Business

Sale

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

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

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

Business

Sale Commercial

Sale Vacant Land

Macey Humphries Administration (08) 8724 7405

Sale Business

Sale

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

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

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

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

Vacant Land

Sale Vacant Land

17 Greenwood Court, Mt Gambier $139,000 - $149,000 Open by appointment

Vacant Land

Property of the week Amazing Location Great Investment.

Sale Stage 3, Mountview Estate, Compton From $145,000 Open by appointment

Vacant Land

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

11 Gwendoline Street, Mt Gambier. E.O.I by 6th May 2021 (Unless sold prior) 3 Open by appointment

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This solid stone home sits in a central location to the town centre and recreational facilities. Entry reveals a large foyer with high ceilings and timber floorboards that flow through to the front lounge room. All 3 bedrooms offer BIR’s and ample space. The bathroom comprises a separate bath, shower and a large vanity unit. The mud room at the rear of the home provides access outside and functions as a walk-through to a large, tiled laundry and toilet. The kitchen & dining room offers cupboard space with a huge six-burner s/steel gas cooktop and oven, double sink and ceiling fan. Outside, a secure rear yard with covered verandah offers access to the garage with an annex style roof providing an additional area for entertaining or storage. This home is comforted by gas ducted heating throughout.


154 - 156 Suttontown Rd, Suttontown $370,000

134 Beaton Rd, Tantanoola 12 acres (approx) | Auction 22nd May 12pm

2/6 Germein Crt, Pt MacDonnell $329,000 - $339,000

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Wendy Flint

Jason Malseed

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

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Jason Malseed

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Wendy Flint

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56 Williams Rd, Mt Gambier $315,000 - $325,000

Unit 1-3/20 Mark St, Mt Gambier $600,000

Wendy Flint

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Wendy Flint

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malseeds.com.au

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

SERVICING THE GREATER LIMESTONE COAST + WESTERN VICTORIA


Jason 0419 032 795

Wendy 0468 692 993

Unit 1/13 Myall St, Mt Gambier $230,000

10 Ireland St, Millicent $319,000 - $329,000

Sam 8724 9999

Wendy Flint

Courtney 8724 9999

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Kathy 8733 1989

Wendy Flint

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Jason Malseed + Sam Malseed

Selena 8724 9999

Unit 2/13 Myall St, Mt Gambier $230,000

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Jason Malseed

26 Derwent Crt, Mt Gambier $255,000

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Kelli 8724 9999

19 Douglas St, Mt Gambier $250 per week

FOR LEASE

6 McGregor St, Mt Gambier Auction 15th May 12pm

5.00pm - 5.30pm

Open Wednesday

Tanya 8724 9999

Emilia 8724 9999

To apply go to tenantoptions.com.au

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Jason Malseed

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RURAL RUNDOWN Naracoorte Market Report - SHEEP & LAMBS Numbers climbed here as agents yarded 14,926 lambs and 1626 sheep to total 16,552 head overall with a lift of over 11,000 on the previous week. These sold to a larger field of trade and processor buyers along with a number of active restockers. Quality improved as agents offered a large number of heavy and extra heavy lambs which were generally excellent in condition with the lighter trade types still being scarce with restockers seeking

opportunities to grow lambs on. With the larger supply both the lamb and sheep markets sold to slightly easier rates. Lightweight lambs to the trade made from $70 to $147 with the lightweight trade 2 and 3 score selection returning from $142 to $152/head. Restockers sourced light lambs from $80 to $118 and they paid from $132 to $165/head for those with better conditioning. Tradeweight 3 score lambs sold from $160 to $182/head to range from 770c

to 810c/kg cwt. Heavy lambs made from $182 to $212 with the large offering of extra heavy pens making from $206 to the market high of $270/head. These heavy lambs returned from 730c to 770c/kg cwt. Hoggets made from $122 to $188 with the light sheep making from $95 to $126/ head. Medium weighted sheep returned from $126 to $156 as the heavy pens made from $177 to the high of $250 as rams sold from $85 to $150/head.

Naracoorte Market Report - CATTLE Numbers climbed sharply as agents yarded 1088 head of liveweight and open auction cattle. These sold to the regular field of trade and processor buyers along with feeders and an additional restocker, who operated strongly last week. Quality was mixed with something to suit all orders with prices improving in most categories except for the cows which sold to cheaper price trends. Yearling steers to the trade made from 400c to 493c, with similar heifers making from 394c to 465c/kg. Feeder orders were very strong as they sought steers from 364c to 498c, and heifers from 452c to 466c/kg. Restockers turned steers out from 410c to 489c, and heifers from 380c to 488c/kg. Grown steers and bullocks to the trade made from 373c to 440c, with feeder support from 360c to 434c/kg. Grown heifers sold from 312c to 400c to the trade as feeders operated from 340c to 427c/kg. Heavy weight cows ranged from 286c to 321c to ease in price from 10c to 14c/kg. The light weight types to the trade made from 205c to 285c, as feeders were active to 321c, and restockers 320c/kg. Heavy weight bulls made from 248c to 302c, with light weights to a restocker reaching 440c/kg.

Hamilton Market Report - SHEEP & LAMBS WEDNESDAY Agents yarded 20,419 lambs at Hamilton last week, an increase of 2240. It was another very good offering of trade lambs with a similar quality to the previous sale and a few more lambs suitable for restocking. Not all the regular processers and restockers were in attendance, those that were, were not always fully active. Restocking competition was good for the better end, however lambs back to the paddock were $10 to $20/ head cheaper, especially for the lighter end. Light to medium weight lambs to the trade were firm to $5 softer and the heavy lambs 26kg and over, $10/ head cheaper. Restockers came from Shepperton in the south east of South Australia, and local areas feeders and restockers paid to $185/head. Light 12kg to 18kg one score lambs made from $90 to $160/head, averaging from 640c to 920c/kg cwt. The light trade weight lambs, two and three score, 18kg to 22kg, sold from $149 to $187/head, to average between 760c and 830c/kg cwt. The medium trade weight lambs 22kg to 25kg made from $166 to $194/head, to average from 750c and 830c/kg cwt. Heavy trade weight lambs 26kg to 30kg and 30kg and over, made up to $248/head, to average 720c to 780c/kg cwt. Hoggets three score made to $190/head.

Mount Gambier Market Report - CATTLE Numbers climbed slightly as agents yarded 693 head of liveweight and open auction cattle. These sold to a smaller field of trade and processor buyers along with feeder and restocker orders. Quality was very mixed and some pens lacked the weight and condition of the previous week as the market sold to cheaper rates. Vealer numbers were small as steers sold to 485c and heifers to

495c/kg. Yearling steers lacked the quality of the previous week as these ranged from 333c to 440c to be 20c to 30c easier with more in places as similar heifers returned from 370c to 480c/kg. Feeders sought steers from 405c to 496c and heifers from 384c to 464c as restockers operated to 500c on steers and to 480c/kg on heifers. Grown steers and bullocks to the trade eased up to 25c as they ranged from 342c to 383c with feeders

active from 326c to 400c and restockers to 362c/kg. Grown heifers to the trade made from 312c to 385c with feeder support to 415c as manufacturing steers ranged from 290c to 334c/kg. Heavy cows remained unchanged in price as they sold from 290c to 328c with the lighter types selling from 210c to 278c with feeder activity to 312c and restockers 311c/kg. A small number of bulls made from 288c to 294c/kg.

Mount Gambier Market Report - SHEEP & LAMB Numbers eased as agents yarded 1834 lambs and 73 sheep to total 1907 head overall. These sold to the same small field of trade and processor buyers along with a number of restocker orders. Quality fell away this week with less weight and condition over the offering as rates being paid also fell. Light lambs to the trade made from $90 to $140 with the lightweight trade 2 and 3 score types making from $133 to $160/head. Restockers sourced lighter weights from $93 to $152 and heavier types from $153 to $169/head. Tradeweight 3 score lambs made from $162 to $180 to ease up to $6 as they ranged from 740c to mainly 790c/kg cwt. Heavy lambs made from $179 to $194 as the extra heavy pens returned from $205 to a high of $231/head. Hoggets made from $132 to $160 as light sheep sold from $105 to $125/head. Heavy sheep made from $132 to $181 as rams sold to $105/head.

Getting control of pest plants This month is the time to start identifying and planning for weed control with many winter weeds in the Limestone Coast such as the Salvation Jane and variegated thistle germinating in autumn. Identifying pest plants correctly at first emergence is key to planning an integrated control strategy. The free PIRSA ‘Weed Control Handbook’ for declared plants in South Australia and mobile Weed Control App can help identify these plants. Land managers can also seek assistance from Landscape Officers and from the State herbariums botanist. It is important to contain the spread of pest plants within the Limestone Coast. Effective control options can be found in the Weed Control Handbook for declared plants in South Australia (July 2018 edition). Salvation Jane (Echium plantagineum) Salvation Jane (top right) is a Mediterranean winter annual which has become a dominant pasture weed of temperate Australia. It is an opportunistic weed that temporarily occupies disturbed ground or degraded native vegetation. It contains pyrrolizidine alkaloids, which are toxins that can cumulate in livestock and may result in fatal liver damage, especially in horses. However, it can be used as fodder for sheep in the short term. Description: Annual herb Roots: Fleshy taproot with smaller laterals Leaves: rosettes of broad darkgreen leaves in autumn Flowers: develop in clusters – they are purple, tubular and 2-3cm long with five petals Seeds: several seeding stems

grow to 120cm in height and develop branches with age Variegated thistle (Silybum marianum) Variegated thistle (above bottom) is a large, spiny annual weed which grows in pastures. It is scattered in high rainfall and high fertility sites within the Limestone Coast. This weed competes with pasture, can be toxic when stressed and has spines on the leaves. Description: Annual or biennial to 2 metres tall Leaves: large smooth, shiny leaves with white veins Flowers: large purple flowers, each with a collar of large, sharp spines Seeds: Germinate in autumn and plants mature and flower in spring. For more information or advice on weed management in your area contact your local Landscape Officer or by calling the Limestone Coast Landscape Board in Mount Gambier (08)8735 1177 or in Keith (08)8755 1620.

Hamilton Market Report SHEEP & LAMBS THURSDAY Agents yarded 10,411 sheep at Hamilton this week. It was a very mixed offering and the overall quality and weight ranged from plain to good with a little more weight on offer due to more wethers being yarded. All weights and grades were available with heavy sheep still in the minority. Not all the regular buyers were in attendance or fully active. One major processer was absent in a sale that was softer over all categories, resulting in all light to medium sheep 18kg and under being $20 to $30/head cheaper. All other sheep over 18kg, 2 and 3 score being $10 to $20/head softer in places. Hoggets sold to $190/head. Light weight 1 and 2 score sheep sold from $64 to $118/head to average between 520c and 580c/kg cwt. Medium weight sheep 2 and 3 score sold from $118 to $188/head averaging around 590c to 650c/kg cwt. Heavy Merino ewes sold from $152 to $176, heavy Merino wethers made from $170 to $230/head. Heavy crossbred ewes sold to a top of $218/head averaging 610c/ kg cwt. The general cost of mutton was around 600c to 650c/kg cwt. Rams, terminal sires to $110 and Merino rams to $179/head.


RURAL RUNDOWN Dairy farmers have the complete package Constant improvement the key to success Andrew Delaney isn’t short of replacement heifers. In fact, the Nirranda dairy farmer has enough to satisfy his annual herd intake and plenty leftover to sell to the export market – making the most of recent high prices. But it’s one thing to have quantity and something totally different to combine this with quality. Andrew and Jacqui Delaney have both. If a trip down the paddock to view their “even” herd of rising twoyear-old ABS JERONIMO-P heifers – due to calve in mid-September to FB 53 Kenobi GIANNIS. – isn’t proof enough, Andrew’s genomic data tells an even more impressive story. In the most recent Australian Breeding Values (ABV) release, in April, the Delaneys not only held the top heifer spot, but they also bred six inside the top 100. These heifers were ranked according to their Balanced Performance Index (BPI) – an economic index which helps Australian dairy farmers independently select sires for their breeding program. The top Australian heifer was sired by the country’s highest ranked Holstein JERONIMO-P and has a BPI$ of 544. Underlying Andrew and Jacqui Delaneys’ recent herd improvement acceleration has been their focus on selecting young genomic bulls with high BPI rankings and their use of ABS Sexcel® sexed genetics to deliver more heifer calves. Genomic testing results and the BPI underpin most breeding decisions for the Delaneys and, according to Andrew, the data doesn’t lie. “As soon as I get my genomic numbers back, I work out ‘there’s my good ones and my bad ones’ and ‘there’s my cut off point’,” he said. “I work out my top 40-45 heifers, the ones I want, and then there is a line. Anything below that is gone.” “Even if it looks phenomenal and has a beautiful appearance, it’s got to go,” Jacqui added. Most recently this “line” was a BPI$ of 310. Anything

below that number was sold. To put it in perspective, a BPI$ of 310 places the Delaney heifers among the top 2 per cent of females for BPI in Australia. According to the latest ABV release, the Delaneys’ heifers in the top 100 – including five sired by JERONIMO-P and one by Boghill Glamour PERSUADE – all had a BPI$ of more than 467. Andrew and Jacqui started genomic testing their heifers six years ago. Since then, their average BPI has risen 182 per cent, from 110 to 310 BPI$. Underlying the Delaneys’ recent herd improvement acceleration has been their focus on selecting young genomic bulls with high BPI rankings and their use of ABS Sexcel® sexed genetics to deliver more heifer calves. The story behind the Delaneys’ high-flying heifers started when a young genomic bull called ABS JERONIMO-P caught Andrew’s attention two years ago. At the time, the bull was fresh from breaking Australian records as the first genomic sire to hit the Australian market with a BPI$ of

more than 400. In April 2021, he was labelled Australia’s highestranking sire with a BPI$ of 596 and a Health Weighted Index (HWI) score of 602. For Andrew, the decision to use JERONIMO-P as a Sexcel product made both economic and practical sense. “I was looking for good type, and a sire with a BPI$ of over 480, he also delivered a bit of width in the rear udder – what we were looking for,” he said. One of these heifers, bred because of Andrew’s decisions three years ago, is now Australia’s highest BPI heifer. This heifer’s dam was sired by De-Su 12128 TAILOR and is one of 40 owned by the Delaneys due to be joined this month to Bomaz EPISODE. Andrew and Jacqui, their children Beau 11, Jacob 8 and Amelia 6, farm with Andrew’s parents Ted and Doreen. Ted and Doreen started using artificial insemination more than 50 years ago. While Andrew is pleased his family has bred the country’s top heifer, he doesn’t focus on individual cows when it comes to

Preparation the key March rains puts dampner on fodder demand Last month’s rain has put a sudden halt to demand for fodder around Australia while bringing a positive outlook to agricultural industries. The Feed Central National April Hay Market Report says March began with reasonable volumes of trade, led by high interest in quality lines of product, but as the rain came in, so did a sudden halt in demand. The report by Feed Central general manager Cieran Maxwell and account manager Jock Jackson said the massive rainfall totals last month had brought a

sense of positivity to the feeding industry. Mr Maxwell said the continued favourable seasonal conditions had seen some products such as DDG leave the market and the prices of most feed commodities slowly come down. “Demand for hay has backed off considerably, with the only significant movement being local trade in Victoria,” he said. Demand for hay for the remainder of this year is still a very variable but what will be purchased first will be the higher quality lines. “In saying that, prices will still need to meet

the market,” Mr Maxwell said. “We’re telling buyers to purchase now, despite the rain, fill your sheds, prepare for the next dry and ensure you’ve secured the demand you know you need for this year.” Higher quality 2019 hay and straw is still available for sale but is being secured quickly. Mr Maxwell said final cuts of lucerne were happening now but moisture levels were becoming a concern for some growers. The full April report can be found at https://www.feedcentral.com. au/national-hay-market-reportapril-2021/

herd improvement. Instead, he looks to enhance the whole herd, preferring to lift the average rather than focusing on the odd outlier. To do this he joins all heifers and top genomic cows – those cows with a BPI of more than 240 – to Sexcel semen and chooses about three bulls for each joining. Two heifers by short gestation sire De-Su 13530 SEVILLE were freshly calved at the Delaneys’ in February. One of these SEVILLEs has a Production Index (PI) of 111, was producing 31.3 litres/day or 2.15kg of milk solids a day. This included 1.13kg of protein and 1.02kg of butterfat. Outside of their highest-ranking genomic animals, the rest of the milking herd has been joined with conventional semen. But recently Andrew has been weighing up the economics of using ABS Beef

InFocus™ dairy-beef semen and making the most of the established supply chain. “To get a couple of hundred bucks for a beef calf that is a few days old, could work,” he said. “You don’t have to worry about rearing them.” Andrew does all his own AI, having previously worked as a technician, and now he’s witnessing first-hand the fertility improvements in his own herd as a result of selecting young genomic, high BPI sires. One example was during the December joining when he used 50 straws of EPISODE to join the first 50 cows on heat and 38 got in calf. He’s also seen an improvement in the herd’s average bulk milk cell count which, in March, sat at 114,000 cells/ml – despite including 50 “older” cows due to be sold soon. Last year the Delaneys split calving Holstein herd made the most of favourable seasonal conditions, producing an average per cow production of 8100 litres, 289kg of butterfat and 284kg of protein across an average 305 day lactation. Andrew has always had an interest in genetics and enjoyed searching for the next avenue for herd improvement. He described breeding as his “hobby”, while Jacqui insisted it was his “passion”. “He only competes with himself,” Jacqui said about Andrew’s continual quest for herd improvement. “He does what works for his system, the herd is for his benefit.” “I want good cows to work with,” Andrew added. “After all, I see them every day, I’m milking them every day.” GETTING THE JOB DONE: (Above) Jacqui & Andrew Delaney

Mount Gambier dairy farmer Shane Gardiner is also impressed with the ABS JERONIMO-P heifers. Two of the five milking in Shane’s 250 cow herd have undergone their first herd test with the results proving to Shane the value of genomic technology. “I am definitely more confident that they are going to be profitable animals,” he said. “So far, from what I can see, they are performing the way I expected them to perform. It gives me confidence that they are going to the job we bought them for in the first place.” Last month, the heifers were calved six-to-seven weeks and while they were showing promising signs in the vat, Shane was also pleased with them in the dairy. “They are very quiet, he said. “It’s good because it’s a safety factor, for starters, and its enjoyable to milk quiet cows.”

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We love the royals... A few months ago I got Netflix. I know that means I’m years behind just about every other person in the world. Donna has particularly made use of the Netflix and has been getting stuck into a variety of different shows. A show that has been one of her favourites recently is The Crown. Again she’s a little late arriving to the party with this one, considering it was released in 2016 but I guess that’s my fault for not getting Netflix earlier. The Crown is a drama which tells the story of Queen Elizabeth’s reign as queen, documenting her life as well as involving other members of the royal family and their shenanigans. I’ve learnt a couple of key things from Donna watching The Crown which I’d like to share with you.

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I have no interest in watching The Crown. That’s not the thing I’ve learnt. I’m just leading up to what I’ve learnt. I don’t really get to watch a lot of television. If I do have time and I get to choose what’s on the television, nine times out of ten I’ll opt for sport. But Donna’s been telling me all about The Crown. After each episode she watches, which I didn’t watch, she will tell me all about what happened. What I worked out was that each episode goes for about an hour. The next time Donna saw me after watching each episode she would tell me about the episode for about an hour and a half. What I learned was that it would have been quicker for me to simply sit down and watch the episode rather than being talked at about it. I would save time in my day by sitting down and watching television! That’s assuming that she

wouldn’t still talk to me about the show after I watched the show, or keep it shorter than half an hour. More importantly I learned that a show I do enjoy,Game of Thrones, was largely based on the lives of the English royal family. I’ll explain. Let’s start with the fact that in Game of Thrones, Cersei Lannister who is the Queen had three children with her brother. Queen Elizabeth was married to her second cousin. See what I mean? Based on the real thing. In Game of Thrones there are lots of horses. Prince Charles’ wife Camilla Parker Bowles looks like a horse. Coincidence? I think not. In Game of Thrones Queen Cersei brutally deals with any opponents including killing her own husband King Robert Baratheon. We all know what the Queen did to Princess Di. Cersei’s son Joffrey becomes

King after she has her husband killed. Joffrey is brutal as king, taking great joy in other people’s suffering, and being quite perverse in his treatment of women. Clearly based on Prince Andrew. Queen Elizabeth’s father died and she became Queen. Cersei’s father got shot by her dwarf brother with a bow and arrow. I think they just made that bit up. No similarity. In Game of Thrones, a significant character called Jon Snow is exiled to the Wall, a desolate place where no one in their right mind would want to live. Sound a bit like a certain redhead who found himself kicked out of the royal family and sent to the other side of the world. Plus they’re both bastards. And their love interest is crazy. Daenerys Targaryen considers herself the rightful queen in Game of Thrones and spends the entire story trying to gain control of the

entire world…when she’s not naked and having sexy time with a variety of characters. She’s a total badass. Clearly she was based on Queen Elizabeth II herself. Daenerys has dragons, and the Queen has corgis. They both have pets. Will the similarities never end? Those who watch Game of Thrones will be aware of Tyrion Lannister, the dwarf brother of Cersei Lannister the Queen. He’s a scheming little fiend, who says whatever pops into his head, regardless of what others will think about it. Sound like Prince Philip. I was going to compare him to one of the White Walkers, but it might be too soon for that one. If you think this article would be better if I’d watched The Crown, email me at robbietansel@gmail. com

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Staff Wanted PARTS INTERPRETER O.G.R. seeks an enthusiastic, well presented person to work in our Parts Department as a parts interpreter. Minimum Year 11, plus a keen interest in the automotive industry is essential with a current driver’s licence.

Senior tyre fitter required, duties will include: Passenger, 4WD, Truck, Tractor, Earth Mover, Forestry, etc. Experience preferred but not essential. Junior tyre fitter Current drivers licence essential All applications will be held in the strictest of confidence. Please forward expressions of interest and resume to Email: ekuhl@bigpond.net.au

This position offers a career path in a modern dealership environment. Hand written applications to: The Parts Manager Kym Sykes OG Roberts & Co PO Box 546 Mount Gambier SA 5290 Applications close Thursday 29th April 2021 For a confidential chat to discuss the position, please call Parts Manager, Kym Sykes on (08) 8724 1160

Construction Operator - Truck Driver Council is looking to appoint a suitably qualified Construction Operator – Truck Driver to join the Wattle Range Council Engineering Services Team.

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Reporting to the Team Leader – Construction, the role includes (but is not limited to): • Knowledge and operation of a wide range of heavy machinery including truck, grader, backhoe, loader, tractor and terrain levelling machine. • Knowledge of construction and maintenance of unsealed roads • Undertake manual handling tasks such as chain sawing, shovelling etc. • Grading operations both in maintenance and construction would be well regarded • General maintenance and assisting other sections of the Council team as needed The position will normally be based at Council’s Millicent Depot, but may be required to start at other locations as required.

Electrician

The successful applicant will have:

OneFortyOne (OFO) is a vertically integrated, trans-Tasman sustainable timber products organisation. The OFO Jubilee Sawmill has received significant investment over the last 5 years with state-of-the-art technology, making it one of the premier mills in Australia with a highly engaged and motivated workforce. This sawmill is the largest in South Australia with OFO being a huge contributor of supporting local employment, the economy and regional communities.

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At OneFortyOne, we believe in an inclusive culture that is rich in diverse thinking, ideas and experience. We are interested in high quality people with transferable skills and experience gained from any industry.

• Backhoe competency ticket • Loader competency ticket • Local Government experience This position is full time with salary Grade 7 $60,294.16 – 61,491.12 in accordance with the current Wattle Range Council AWU Enterprise Agreement. The position will also include 9.5% superannuation. Applications MUST include a:

We understand that our people are the cornerstone to our success. We are passionate about being a great place to work, have industry leading training and employee development programs, good work life balance and competitive remuneration.

- Resume including three relevant referees

This position reports to the Electrical Supervisor. Your main responsibilities will be to safely and efficiently carry out preventative maintenance, trouble shooting, repairs, breakdowns and plant improvements across the Jubilee Sawmill Site.

If you require further information please contact Council’s Human Resources Team (08) 87330 900 or hr@wattlerange.sa.gov.au

Key selection criteria will be based on your demonstrated skills and attributes: • Good problem-solving skills • Ability to prioritise & act with a sense of urgency to ensure plant uptime targets are achieved • Able to work effectively independently or in a group • Willing to continually learn • Work to grow our apprentices • Have a professional, positive, can do attitude. Skills are important however the right attitude is essential The prospective candidate must have the relevant trade qualification, “A” Grade Electrical License SA or equivalent will require the flexibility to work a rotating 3 shift roster. To be part of an ambitious, results-driven and rewarding team please email a cover letter and current Resume to: karen.shanahan@onefortyone.com Sales Duncan McGregor 0407 722 983 Jill Collins 0400 598 327 Roz Crispino 0419 366 649

• Current truck licence (HC) • White Card • Work Zone Traffic Management

For any queries or further information about the role, please contact Andrew Hoath andrew.hoath@onefortyone.com or 0418 854 269. Applications close Friday 30 April 2021.

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Moreland Holdings is a progressive family-owned company who have been operating in the Forestry Industry for over 30 years and have the following position available:

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Forwarder / Loader Operator

We are looking for someone who; - has experience in travel, preferred but not essential - can work in a close knit team environment - has excellent communication & customer service skills - self-motivated & can manage deadlines - friendly phone manner & neat and correct handwriting - sound knowledge of computers & MS Office programs - honest & reliable - has a love for all things travel The role is full time 38h per week. Generally Monday to Friday 9am to 5 pm, may include some out of hours training and events. Please forward your resume & covering letter to jenna@bandptravel.com.au or drop into the office and say hello. Applications close 5pm Tuesday 28th April 2021.

Phone: (08) 8725 7888 86 Commercial Street West, Mount Gambier SA 5290

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Experience is preferred; however, for the right applicant a learner could be considered. If you are keen to enter the forestry industry, then you are encouraged to apply. Training will encompass the following but not limited to: • Safe and efficient operation of Forest Machinery • General maintenance of machinery • Safety, Health and Environment • Log marking and grading • Electronic stock reporting/data entry including stock estimation. • Operate a radio using positive communications. We provide excellent working conditions including modern and well-maintained equipment, and above award wages. Applicant must have current Drivers Licence and be able to pass all pre-employment tests. For further information on any of the above positions please contact the office on 08 8725 0656 or email: reception@morelandholdings.com.au

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Governance Officer 12-14 Month Fixed Term Contract Full time, Level 5 - $79,685 (Part-time hours may be considered for the right applicant) An exciting opportunity presents for an enthusiastic person with suitable experience, or transferable skills, to join our executive team. The Governance Officer is responsible for ensuring Council’s governance requirements are met by providing advice and support on legislation, policy development, corporate governance and compliance. Other duties include the management of leases, licenses and permits in relation to Council land and/or property and monitoring Councils legislative obligations and compliance. Reporting directly to the Chief Executive Officer the successful applicant will require excellent administrative skills, demonstrated proficiency in the preparation of high level documentation, the ability to research, analyse and interpret legislation and other information, and the ability to liaise and develop key relationships with stakeholders. The Governance Officer will also possess a strong level of initiative, problem solving and professional judgement, and be responsible for providing a high level of specialised advice, support and corporate governance services across the organisation. This is a maternity leave relief position and the fixed term contract allows for a period of training with the current incumbent. Please download the ‘Information for Applicants’ and ‘Position Description’ from the Council website on www.dcgrant.sa.gov.au prior to applying. Any questions can be directed to Darryl Whicker, Chief Executive Officer on 8721 0444. Applications close at 5:00pm on Monday 3rd May 2021.

Mechanical Shift Fitter Jubilee Sawmill

OneFortyOne (OFO) is a vertically integrated, trans-Tasman sustainable timber products organisation. The OFO Jubilee Sawmill has received significant investment over the last 5 years with state-of-the-art technology, making it one of the premier mills in Australia with a highly engaged and motivated workforce. This sawmill is the largest in South Australia with OFO being a huge contributor of supporting local employment, the economy and regional communities. At OneFortyOne, we believe in an inclusive culture that is rich in diverse thinking, ideas and experience. We are interested in high quality people with transferable skills and experience gained from any industry. We understand that our people are the cornerstone to our success. We are passionate about being a great place to work, have industry leading training and employee development programs, good work life balance and competitive remuneration. This position reports to the Maintenance Supervisor. Your main responsibilities will be to safely and efficiently carry out repair and PM work across the Jubilee Sawmill Site. Key selection criteria will be based on your demonstrated skills and attributes: • Maintenance fitting & machining work • Ability to prioritise & act with a sense of urgency to ensure plant uptime targets are achieved • Good problem-solving skills • Able to work effectively independently or in a group • Willing to continually learn • Work to grow our apprentices • Have a professional, positive, can do attitude. Skills are important however the right attitude is essential To be considered for this position you must be a qualified tradesperson and will require the flexibility to work a rotating 3 shift roster. To be part of an ambitious, results-driven and rewarding team please email a cover letter and current Resume to: karen.shanahan@onefortyone.com For any queries or further information about the role, please contact Andrew Hoath andrew.hoath@onefortyone.com or 0418 854 269. Applications close Friday 30 April 2021.

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EMPLOYMENT

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Harvesting & Roading Manager OneFortyOne knows how important it is to manage our plantations for the long term. In growing the ultimate renewable, we support jobs, the economy and regional communities. The Harvesting and Roading Manager will work collaboratively with employees and external stakeholders to drive innovative solutions that will unlock new value. The position forms part of the Marketing and Operations team, based in Mount Gambier, where you will hold an influencing role that will call on your skills and experience to: • develop a team of staff and contractors to safely deliver against todays objectives and tomorrows challenges. • work across the forest to customer supply chain. • design and develop supplier contracts, procure high performing suppliers, and administer contracts. • construct relationships founded on goodwill, cooperation, and collaboration. • proactively engage with industry training institutions, contractors, and our customers. You will know how to improve capability, build resilience into business processes, and enable innovation. You will see and influence the future. Being a champion for log optimisation technologies and forest value recovery would be an expectation for this role. You will be fiscally responsible, analytically minded and passionate. At OneFortyOne, we believe in an inclusive culture that is rich in diverse thinking, ideas and experience. We understand that our people are the cornerstone to our success and we are passionate about being a great place to work. Appropriate qualifications or experience is sought for this role. Salary is commensurate with experience. Contact Susie Rogers in confidence on details below: Rusher Rogers Recruiters 0414 350 762


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Inexperienced line-ups go down narrowly in men’s & women’s season openers It wasn’t quite start the OneFortyOne Mount Gambier Pioneers were hoping as they opened the book on life in the newly formed NBL1. Playing in the South conference, the Pioneers opened the season hosting long time SEABL rival Bendigo and while both teams were always in touching distance, it was Bendigo that headed home with both wins. For women’s coach Matt Sutton, it was a similar challenge to his debut season in 2019 when the Pioneer women were created from scratch and competed in the SA Premier League, making it all the way to the preliminary final. Again, he has the challenge of a new look line-up built on some local talent and the recruitment of some quality talent and given the NBL1 is a huge step up from the SA State based competition, with a swag of WNBL, including Opals

players, part of the playing rosters in the Eastern States. In the end, it was the start of the fourth that really cost the women’s team - allowing the Braves to go on a 9-0 run that saw the four point three quarter time lead blow out to 13 points and while the Pioneers continued to challenge, they fell just short, 54-60. The Bendigo Braves used a potent inside attack and some solid work at the foul line to secure the win on the road. The Braves were able to hold the Pioneers at bay for much of the first half behind the duo of Tess Madgen and Kate Oliver, who combined for 34 points on the evening. It was clear Mount Gambier was hoping to use their permieter shooting and tight defence to get themselves back into the contest but Bendigo always had an answer

to any challenge. Pioneers guard Shakera Reilly did her best from outside, knocking down a trio of triples on her way to 16 points. HGomegrown talent Jasmin Howe finished with night with 14 points. It was an 11 point loss for the men’s side, 82-93, who could not

buy a basket at times during the contest and in fairness played like a team that has not had time to develop any sort of on court synergy at either end of the floor. Fortunately there could be no better man in charge - head coach Richard Hill (pictured giving some instruction during Saturday niught’s loss to Bendigo) - who will work overtime to not only develop his raw list individually but also a a cohesive team unit and the capacity for improvement is enormous. Tight defence was the foundation of the win for the Bendigo Braves, opening up a small lead early and maintaining it with staunch defence on the perimeter. So often making their mark from three point territory, the Pioneers hit just five from 35 from beyond the arc, compared with the Braves’ 10 from 30.

It was some familiar faces doing the damage for Bendigo, with Ray Turner putting in a strong showing inside, finishing with 20 points and 14 rebounds, while Brennan Rymer filled the stat sheet and acted as a steadying presence for the side - 15 points, 7 rebounds, 6 assists, 3 steals. Duom Dawam (31 points) and Tom Daly (21 points) combining for were the best of the Pioneers but they were the only players in double figures, Dawam also adding 14 rebounds to that in an impressive debut performance. The Pioneers take on the Sandirngahm Sabres in Melbourne this Saturday night - with the Sabres coming off victories against the Melbourne Tigers. PHOTO BY FRANK MONGER

EMPLOYMENT

POSITION VACANT

Are you interested in a career in the FORESTRY INDUSTRY?

Despatch Forklift Driver N.F. McDonnell & Sons is a leader in the softwood timber industry providing quality products to both the domestic and export markets. Based in Mount Gambier and established in 1944 our company has always stayed true to its motto of “continual improvement is how we do business”. Our sawmill boasts the most state of the art equipment and technology for processing small diameter sawlogs in Australia. There is an opportunity for a fulltime Despatch Forklift Driver to join our team. The primary purpose of the Despatch Forklift Driver role is to support the Sales and Despatch team by ensuring all products are loaded ready for despatch in accordance with company policies and procedures, meeting customer requirements, and ensuring stock is rotated and handled in an appropriate manner. Additionally, this role will play a key part in ensuring compliance with both the companies’ chain of custody requirements and mass management. Essential Key Competencies and Selection Criteria: • High Risk Forklift License and relevant experience. • High levels of flexibility, initiative and willingness to take on a wide variety of tasks. • Ability to demonstrate a high level of communication skills including listening, verbal and written. • Ability to manage time effectively, set priorities, plan and organise workloads, and achieve specified outcomes within a limited timeframe. • Competent user of information and communication technology. • Ability to work effectively both autonomously and in a team situation. • Ability to think analytically to identify problems and provide a resolution. • Ability to work without close supervision and recognising times when matters require referral to the Management. • Experience in loading trucks with a forklift is highly desirable. • Possession of a Loader licence would be highly regarded Applications will be regarded as strictly confidential

Sales Duncan McGregor 0407 722 983 Jill Collins 0400 598 327 Roz Crispino 0419 366 649

Applications including a covering letter and resume should be emailed to hr@mcdindustries.com.au and received no later than 5:00 pm Friday 30th April 2021.

Moreland Holdings is a progressive family-owned company who have been operating in the Forestry Industry for over 30 years and have the following position available:

Administration Assistant Part Time

You will be working with a small, professional and friendly team. You will be required to carry out general office duties, answering phones, data entry and systems admin etc. Training will be provided however you must have high proficiency with computers and using Microsoft Office applications. To be successful in this role you will have: • Demonstrated experience in a similar position. • Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to build a rapport with others. • Be a proactive team player who takes initiative in supporting and achieving team objectives, with the ability to work autonomously and as part of a team. • Good working knowledge of MS Office applications, the ability to develop new technical skills and embrace new technology. • Strong organisational, problem-solving and time management skills, with the ability to prioritise and manage multiple tasks. • Strong communication skills (including written and oral). • High attention to detail and accuracy in all work performed. • Self-motivated with the ability to treat confidential information appropriately. • Have a can-do, adaptable, resilient, positive attitude and approach.

We provide excellent working conditions, and above award wages. Applicant must have current Drivers Licence with own reliable vehicle and be able to pass all pre-employment tests. For further information on any of the above positions please contact the office on 08 8725 0656 or email: reception@morelandholdings.com.au


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KANE CORNES GARRY LYON SENIORS TO ADVERTISE CONTACT: JILL 0400 598 327 DUNCAN 0407 722 983 ROSANGELA 0419 366 649 Kalangadoo 2.7 6.13 10.16 15.18 (108) Port MacDonnell 6.2 8.2 12.3 16.3 (99) Goals - Kalangadoo: No details available. Pt Mac: K. THomson 5; D. Bromley 4; D. McElroy 3; S. Merrett, J. Turner, B. McGregor, H. Stevens. Best - PKalangadoo: No details available. Pt Mac: T. Sullivan, D. McElroy, K. THomson, D. Bromley, B. Lynch. Mt Burr 2.4 5.8 9.10 13.13 (91) Glencoe 1.3 1.6 5.8 10.12 (72) Goals - Mt Burr: H. Smith 6; J. Gregory, K. Bevan 2; T. Hales, T. Allen, N. Muhovics. Glencoe: T. Edwards 4; A. Hetnschke 2; P. Mitchell, D. Childs, R. Smith, C. Von Duve. Best - Mt Burr: S. Wallis, H. Smith, J. Wallis, J. Fiebig, P. Guyett, N. Muhovics. Glencoe: B. Swan, S.. Giersch, P. Mitchell, D. Childs, D. Hurley, J, Bates. Kongorong 5.4 10.4 12.8 19.12 (126) Tantanoola 2.1 3.2 5.4 6.5 (41) Goals - Kongorong: M. Cordy, C. Sandercock 4; M. Weistra 3; C. Schultz, J. Attard, C. Smith 2; F. Brewster, J. Simkin. Tantanoola: H. Brown, N. Harris 2; H. Thomson, J. Hatt. Best - Kongorong: S. Fleming, M. Cordy, M. Weistra, C. Schultz, M. Waters, C. O’Dea. Tantanoola: J. Dawe, B. Pitts, C. Oliver, A. Roberts, R. Osborne. Robe 7.4 12.10 20.16 34.21 (225) Nangwarry 0.1 0.1 1.2 1.2 (8) Goals - Robe: J. Hentschke 7; Z. Deane 6; B. Foulds 5; J. Kelly, G. Dutton 4; E. Regnier, J. Francisco 3; J. Sneath, J. Pettit. Nangwarry: L. Thomson. Best - Robe: T. Williams, J. Kelly, Z. Deane, G. Dutton, T. Wachtel. Nangwarry: L. Gibbs, J. Mills, S. Shaw, J. McKeon, J. Virtanen, G. McWaters. RESERVES Port MacDonnell 18.15 (123) d Kalangadoo 0.0 (0) Glencoe 10.10 (70) d Mt Burr 5.5 (35) Kongorong 12.10 (82) d Tantanoola 6.4 (40) Robe 23.15 (153) d Nangwarry 0.0 (0) SENIOR COLTS Port MacDonnell 17.18 (120) d Kalangadoo 1.1 (7) Glencoe 13.11 (89) d Mt Burr 14.3 (87) tantanoola 9.9 (63) d Kongorong 6.4 (40) Robe 18.11 (119) d Nangwarry 0.2 (20) JUNIOR COLTS Kalangadoo 8.5 (53) d Port MacDonnell 4.6 (30) Glencoe 8.2 (50) d Mt Burr 2.4 (16) Tantanoola 10.4 (64) d Kongorong 2.2 (14) Robe 11.4 (70) d Nangwarry 1.3 (4)

Western Border Netball

A GRADE West Gambier 62 (J. Ritter, L. McGregor) d South Gambier 52 (L. Munro, I. Walker); Millicent 87 (L. Denton, H. Nitschke) d Casterton Sandford 36 (M. Fennell, C. Humphries); East Gambier 67 (A. Bosko, T. McCallum) d North Gambier 33 (E, Brown, M. Renko) A RESERVE West Gambier 58 (C. Hunter, H. Fisher) d South Gambier 28 (E. Galluccio, E. Bouchier); Casterton Sandford 39 (S. Fidler, A. Humphries) drew with Millicent 39 (S. Ellis, J. Wilson); East Gambier 61 (M. Richardson, C. Horrigan) d North Gambier 40 (A. Bryan, L. Howe-Morgan) B GRADE South Gambier 67 (C. Riley, M. Burley) d West Gambier 36 (D. Kamara, L. Jones); Millicent 44 (J. Matthews, T. Werchon) d Casterton Sandford 30 (A. McKinnon, C. Foster); North Gambier 36 (A. Tentye, A. Circelli) d East Gambier 33 (Z. Cornolo, G. Hunt)) C GRADE South Gambier 48 (K. Telford, E. Egan) d West Gambier 24 (N. Clayton, P. Coombe); Millicent 54 (N. Batten, S. Sims) d Casterton Sandford 21 (J. Parsons, C. Johnston); East Gambier 34 (K. Gaffney, L. Davis) d North Gambier 33 (Z. Rout, C. Miller) 17 & UNDER South Gambier 65 (M. Reid, E. Bouchier) d West Gambier 47 (S. Ritters, Z. Malseed); Millicent 74 (P. McRae, L. Denton) d Casterton Sandford 24 (C. Humphries, C. Rice); North Gambier 41 (A. Coon, K. Winterfield) d East Gambier 40 (B. Jean, K. Dempsey) 15 & UNDER A West Gambier 35 (C. Scott, T. Lindner) d South Gambier 10 (C. Ryan, M. Harrold); Millicent 60 (L. Paul, A. Janssen) d Casterton Sandford 19 (H. Nash, I. Lane); North Gambier 63 (S. Mobbs, L. Roulstone) d East Gambier 18 (T. Burford, I. Dwyer) 15 & UNDER B West Gambier 23 (I. McGregor, A. Hudson) d South Gambier 11 (L. Stephens S. Morale); Casterton Sandford 39 (L. Pridham, P. Carlin) d Millicent 27 (M. Matthews, B. Gysbers); North Gambier 70 (S. Mackereth, E. Mustart) d East Gambier 42 13 & UNDER A South Gambier 26 (G. Dalton, R. Milich) d West Gambier 19 (M. Dyson, H. Cowie); Millicent 54 (M. Lynch, C. Gysbers) d Casterton Sandford 8 (A. Luers, M. Rees); North Gambier 55 (R. Darimaani, E. Adam) d East Gambier 6 (K. Kerr, S. Clark) 13 & UNDER B West Gambier 27 (L. Murdoch, M. Dyson) d South Gambier 1 (Z. Cole, T. Sims); Millicent 19 (K. Dunn, J. Hibberd) d Casterton Sandford 10 (O. Nolte, B. Carlin); North Gambier 31 (M. Griffith, P. Coleman) d East Gambier 7 (T. Kemp, M. Clark) 11 & UNDER West Gambier 12 (S. Foster, C. Stratford) d South Gambier 1 (E. McCracken, M. Clarke); Millicent 14 d Casterton Sandford 6; North Gambier 17 (G. Collins, S. Halloran) d East Gambier 10 (I Neilson, S. Beveridge)

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Megan reaches 100 against the odds

At the Mount Gambier Golf Club last Wednesday, 30 dedicated ladies competed in a par round, generously sponsored by Betty McKechnie and Lorraine Stratford, contested in very windy and wet conditions. However, the heavy conditions did not deter Karen Forster, who played one below her handicap, recording 1 up to win the day by two shots. Karen had a wonderful back nine, recording seven wins, five of which were consecutive. Winning a countback on 1 down Di Norman took out second place. Di played consistent golf and her back nine of 1up secured her second placing. Unlucky competitor to lose on the countback was evergreen Jane Lamont, who had 2 down on the long back nine. Featuring in the ball run down, subsequently collecting a ball, were Jill Johnson, Jeannette Braun, Heather Teakle, Denise Harvey, Anne Headlam and Mary Kentish. The speciality events were won by the player of the day – Karen Forster - who won the Pro-Shot (3 balls) and the new Kathy Ewer special prize. Karen also won the 2nd shot on the 8th for A Grade. Second shot on the 6th went to B Grade Jeannette Braun and C Grade stalwart Heather Chapman. This week’s competition will be the prestigious and long running Ladies Veterans Day, played in age groups of 55-69 Veterans, 70+ Super Veterans, in the form of a Stroke Round. PAR ROUND WINNERS: Sponsor Betty McKechnie, third placed Jane Lamont , winner Karen Forster & runner up Di Norman.

KNT Football

SENIORS Penola 2.0 4.1 7.5 9.8 (62) Bordertown 1.2 3.7 5.8 8.10 (58) Goals - Penola: B. Merrett 3; S. Merrett, J. Currie 2; D. Walker, B. Bryant. Bordertown: J. Dolling 3; C. McCarthy, T. Neville 2; C. Diment. Best - Penola: S. Merrett, B. Crabb, S. Klemm, L. Walker, D. Bunnik, B. Bryant. Bordertown: T. Neville, J. Searle, M. Leigh, H. Shuttleworth, J. Dolling, C. Diment. Keith 3.0 5.4 9.7 11.12 (78) Kybybolite 1.1 2.2 2.3 3.6 (24) Goals - Keith: No details available. Kybybolite: S. Craig 2; T. Harris. Best - Keith: No details available. Kybybolite: J. McKay, C. Masters, O. Clark, J. Fitzgerald, E. Owen, T, Woodard. Mundulla 1.4 4.6 10.10 13.11 (89) Naracoorte 1.3 4.6 4.7 8.9 (57) Goals - Mundulla: R. Tink, W. Nankivell 4; J. Hinge 3; W. Packer, N. Mosey. Naracoorte: R. Taggert 3; S. Willson 2; B. Noaln, J. Cother. Best - Mundulla: R. Tink, T. Ballinger, W. Nankivell, N. Mosey, J. McGrice, S. Luckett. Naracoorte: H. Ellis, J. MacDonald, R. Taggert, K. Jacobs, B. Nolan, J. Foster. Lucindale 4.2 6.3 8.4 11.11 (77) Padthaway 2.3 4.6 10.8 11.10 (76) Goals - Lucindale: S. Logan, R. Milne, T. Menz 2; L. Jones, H. Tregoweth, A. McCarthy, N. Clarke, T. Ware. Padthaway: T. Cox 8; J. Vandermeer, J. Dicker, L. Harder. Best - Lucindale: A. McCarthy, M. Kelsh, L. Jones, T. Logan, R. Milne. Padthaway: T. Cox, T. Edwards, L. Harder, D. Obst, J. MacCarthy, J. Eats. Kingston 3.4 3.5 7.9 9.11 (65) Border Districts 2.0 4.2 6.3 7.9 (51) Goals - Kingston: B. Kennedy 3; B. Simpson 2; C. Wood, L. Toohey, N. Davey, J. Fisher. Border Districts: G. Hampton, J. Helyar 2; F. Adams, L. Nicholas, R. Oliver. Best - Kingston: J. Milligan, T. Rogers, H. Lawrie, L. Toohey, B. Kennedy, N. Davey. Border Districts: F. Adams, M. Quinn, D. Moore, D. Skinner, C. Gardner, J. Baron. RESERVES Penola 11.8 (74) d Bordertown 5.5 (35) Kybybolite 7.6 (48) d Keith 5.13 (43) Mundulla 15.19 (109) d Naracoorte 6.1 (37) Padthaway 10.4 (64) d Lucindale 5.6 (36) Kingston 20.8 (128) d Border Districts 5.2 (32) SENIOR COLTS Bordertown 12.23 (95) d Penola 0.0 (0) Kybybolite 16.11 (107) d Keith 7.5 (47) Naracoorte 14.16 (100) d Mundulla 5.5 (35) Padthaway/Lucindale 17.9 (111) d Kingston 4.8 (32) JUNIOR COLTS Bordertown 8.19 (67) d Penola 2.3 (15) Kybybolite 13.8 (86) d Keith 3.8 (26) Naracoorte 13.7 (85) d Mundulla 4.1 (25)

Megan Reid celebrated her 100th game milestone at the weekend, securing her team’s first victory for 2021 in South Gambier’s 17 & Under team. It has been a harder road than for most to make the centenary of games, with Reid having a back condition that saw her out of the game for around 18 months but the goaler, who can also do damage in the mid court, has returned in 2021 with a vengeance, also taking the court in the club’s A Reserve team. Megan debuted as an 11 & Under player and in her second season at the club was part of the all-conquering 13 & Under B team that went through the season undefeated to take the 2016 premiership. She has since played in two further season deciders and has also accrued some individual accolades at club level along the way. In 2019, before she was sidelined by her injury, she made an impressive debut in the club’s A Grade side with a solid performance at wing attack against East Gambier.

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RSL Ladies claim title

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RSL Ladies fours crowned Champion of Champions Last weekend the Mount Gambier RSL Bowling Club hosted the Lower South East Bowls Association Ladies Champion of Champions Fours competition with teams represented by Mount Gambier RSL, Beachport, Port MacDonnell, Naracoorte, Millicent, Lucindale, Robe, Kingston and Penola. In changeable weather

conditions throughout the day all the ladies put on a high qaulity exhibition of bowling with some very close encounters and a few twists and turns. The format for the day was the

Western Border Football

SENIORS East Gambier 6.2 7.3 8.4 11.7 (73) North Gambier 2.1 5.4 7.7 9.10 (64) Goals - East: T. Lockwood 3; B. Nuan, S. Balshaw, M. Rumbelow 2; R. Janeway, G. Cooper. North: S. Stafford 4; J. McConnell 2; D. Munn, H. Gould, A. Kitschke. Best - East: S. Balshaw, N. Walters, J. Fry, S. Lock, M. McCallum, N. Lock. North: A. Kitschke, L. Powell, N. McInerney, D. Munn, H Telford, J. Schutz. Millicent 7.5 7.5 11.7 15.8 (98) Casterton Sandford 2.4 2.4 5.7 10.9 (69) Goals - Millicent: G. Robinson 9; S. Willis, N. Lang, M. Reilly, F. Grimes. K. Varcoe, T. Renzi. Casterton Sandford: A. McKinnon 3; R. Killey, J. Gibbs 2; H. Carlin, C. Jarrad, D. Cleary. Best - Millicent: F. Bradley, J. Werchon, S. Willis, G. Robinson, J. Carger, C. Gallio. Casterton Sandford: A. Jarrad, M. Killey, D. Ayton, R. Killey, A. McKinnon, D. Cleary. South Gambier d West Gambier (no score details available) Goals - South: B. Foster 5; K. Eagleson, C. Munro 2; B/. Keding, B. O’Neil. West: T. Lewis, G. Ha 2; J. Coombe, K. Giddings, M. Minuzzo. Best - South: B. O’Neil, K. Casery, B. Foster, T. Reid, K. Eagleson. West: K. Giddings, A. Pfitzner, B. Olds, J. Williams, L. Bradley-Brown, M. Minuzzo. RESERVES East Gambier 8.5 (53) d North Gambier 5.5 (35) Millicent 12.16 (88) d Casterton Sandford 3.4 (22) NO SOUTH GAMBIER V WEST GAMBIER RESULTS & MATCHE DETAILS AVAILABLE UNDER 18 North Gambier 12.9 (81) d East Gambier 4.8 (32) NO SOUTH GAMBIER V WEST GAMBIER RESULTS & MATCHE DETAILS AVAILABLE UNDER 16 South Gambier White 10.4 (64) d West Gambier 2.4 (16) North Gambier 13.8 (86) d East Gambier 4.9 (33) Millicent 15.11 (101) d Casterton Sandford 1.5 (11) April 21 - South Gambier Red v West Gambier April 21 - East Gambier v South Gambier White UNDER 14 South Gambier White 7.8 (50) d West Gambier 0.2 (2) North Gambier 7.6 (48) d East Gambier 3.10 (28) Millicent 12.11 (94) d Casterton Sandford 0.0 (0) April 21 - South Gambier Red v West Gambier April 21 - East Gambier v South Gambier White

best of 12 ends up until the final where the best of 15 ends was played. The first game of the day saw Millicent overcome Robe with the scores locked after 12 ends, an extra end was required which Millicent won to go into the quarter finals. The quarter finals saw Mount Gambier RSL overcome Kingston and Millicent overcome Lucindale to set up a semi-final clash. The other quarter finals saw Port MacDonnell beat Naracoorte and Penola defeating Beachport to both progress to the semi final. The semi finals saw Mount Gambier RSL beat Millicent and Port MacDonnell overcome Penola to set up an intriguing final. Both these clubs had also battled for the Ladies Division One Pennant earlier in the year where RSL had come away with the prize. Midway through the game the RSL was able to put pressure on their rivals and gained a significant advantage by scoring seven shots on one end and all but putting paid to the Port MacDonnell challenge. The RSL ran out 20 shots to 10 shots victors adding the title to their previous exploits. The successful RSL team consisting of skipper Fiona Pearson, Kym Franklin, Jane Crowder and Sandi Elliott were worthy winners of this prestigious event and have helped the RSL Ladies to complete a stella year of bowls. CHAMPION OF CHAMPION LADIES FOURS: Fiona Pearson (skipper), Kym Franklin, Jane Crowder and Sandi Elliott

Mid South East Netball

A GRADE Kalangadoo 55 (C. Croser, A. Duncan) d Port MacDonnell 32 (M. Moore, M. Amy); Mt Burr 51 d Glencoe 38; Tantanoola 64 (C. Walker, T. Rowe) d Kongorong 28 (R. Buckingham, E. Lightbody); Robe 73 (S. Laurie, S. Telfer) d Nangwarry7 41 (C. Ploenges, A. Pratt) A RESERVE Kalangadoo 49 (E. McDiarmid, S. Pulkkinen) d Port MacDonnell 25 (A. Nellthorp, I; Sneath); Glencoe 59 d Mt Burr 32; Kongorong 43 d Tantanoola 37 (E. Serle, L. Barber); Nangwarry 44 (B. Fullford, K. Dolan) d Robe 38 (A. Pettit, M. Hayes) B GRADE Kalangadoo 62 (B. Gale, S. Neale) d Port MacDonnell 45 (N. Sanderson, S. Morgan); Glencoe 67 d Mt Burr 33; Tantanoola 71 (K. Taylor, K. Rowe) d Kongorong 26 (A. Angelino, S. Elshaug); Robe 61 (M. Talbot, T. Jess) d Nangwarry 33 (J. Glynn, S. Judd) B RESERVE Kalangadoo 61 (B. Devine, R. May) d Port MacDonnell 38 (A. Smith, I. Jacob); Glencoe 45 d Mt Burr 22; Tantanoola 46 (F. Roberts, S. Peters) d Kongorong 26 (S. Sander, M. Holmes); Robe 38 K. Mathews, R. Maczkowiack) d Nangwarry 33 (D. Shepherd, K. Clayfield) 17 & UNDER Kalangadoo 42 (E. Mulraney, H. Watson) d Port MacDonnell 19 (K. Sneath, M. Millard); Mt Burr 58 d Glencoe 19; Tantanoola 24 (C. Shaw, K. Lindner) d Kongorong 15 (I. Jenkin, Z. Von Stanke); Robe 67 (M. Hayes, L. Hayes) d Nangwarry7 11 (A. Virgin, S. Muller) 15 & UNDER Port MacDonnell 37 (L. Wilson, T. Moulden) d Kalangadoo 33 (E. Wurst, G. Gentile); Mt Burr 66 d Glencoe 15; Tantanoola 33 (M. Cushion, E. Cytrowski) d Kongorong 25 (J. McKinnon, E. Sealey); Robe 39 (M. Teo, L. Collins) d Nangwarry 19 (E. Timms S. Black) 13 & UNDER Kalangadoo 63 (A. Allen, S. Russell) d Port MacDonnell 7 (J. Morgan, B. Lewis); Mt Burr 31 (K. Wilson, L. Schultz) d Glencoe 18; Kongorong 39 (G. Altschwager, H. Kent) d Tantanoola 15 (A. Hoffman, T. Long); Nangwarry 28 (C. Epiha, H. Dinnison) d Robe 15 (M. Fennell, O. Cheung)

KNT Netball

A GRADE Penola 70 d Bordertown 28; Keith 64 (D Vankalken, J Smart) d Kybybolite 35 (G Maggi, C Hodges); Naracoorte 55 (A Bennier, S Henschke) d Mundulla 53 (A Eastwood, D Wiese); Lucindale 59 (C Cane, L Smith) d Padthaway 17 (K Ward, A Giles). A RESERVE Penola 63 d Bordertown 40; Keith 55 (L Sanders, C Mitchell) d Kybybolite 36 (L Sambell, S Dyer); Naracoorte 51 (G Hunter, S duRand) d Mundulla 42 (A Croser, A Weatherald); Lucindale 56 (N Hocking, T Ferguson) d Padthaway 30 (H Grady, S Tuckwood); Border Districts 49 (K Silvester, M Jordan) d Kingston 36. B GRADE Penola 47 d Bordertown 18; Keith 42 (L Dick, P Pado) d Kybybolite 34 (C Allen, E Freckleton); Naracoorte 39 (L Gill, J Phillips) d Mundulla 34 (S Kennett, A Obst); Lucindale 47 (B Nicolle, H Ware) d Padthaway 13 (K Lang, K Woodman); Border Districts 42 (E Wilson, C Muecke) d Kingston 34. C GRADE Penola 41 d Bordertown 22; Keith 37 (A Eriksen, E McLeay) d Kybybolite 31 (D Moreland, E Gilbertson); Mundulla 40 (A Pickering, S Cox) d Naracoorte 34 (M Clark, K Lewis); Lucindale 42 (M Walker, J Mark) d Padthaway 18 (J Pretlove, J Bull) DIVISION ONE Penola 41 drew Bordertown 41; Keith 45 d Kybybolite 33; Mundulla 40 (A Croser, M Dowling) d Naracoorte 38 (C duRand, T Brunt); Border Districts 64 (C Rata, C Gherardin) d Kingston 18 DIVISION TWO Keith 46 (C Shephard, E Ruchs) d Kybybolite 37 (L Assen, A Sengsourith). 15 & UNDER Penola 48 d Bordertown 15; Keith 54 d Kybybolite 10 (K Miller, L Clyne); Naracoorte 61 (H Waihape, L Midwinter) d Mundulla 16 (M Davis, L Rowett); Padthaway 43 (B Edwards, A Frick) d Lucindale 31 (L Volker, S Edmonds); Kingston 38 d Border Districts 37 (M Batson, A Mahney) 13 & UNDER A Bordertown 27 d Penola 26; Keith 27 d Kybybolite 7 (J Tidy, P Rasheed); Mundulla 47 (A Mock, L Wiese) d Naracoorte 38 (A Woosnam, L Pretlove); Padthaway 23 (D Bell, S Cornish) d Lucindale 4 (L Handbury, G Williams); Kingston 28 d Border Districts 8 (K Rata, T Pape) 13 & UNDER B Keith 21 d Kybybolite 1 (M Ottoson-Crossling, S Brewin); Mundulla 20 (E Colwill, H Davis) d Naracoorte 0 (B Bueti, A Bald)

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Blue Lake Handicap Championship finals

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The grand final fields for the ladies titles set to face off this week After the cancellation of the Blue Lake Ladies Handicap Championships due to COVID-19 in 2020 it was pleasing to have the prestigious event this year. The semi finals were played last Wednesday in extremely trying weather conditions of high wind and heavy showers but the results were a close affair. In division one the second semi between Gerraldine Scott and Lynda Nannings was a seesaw affair on the front nine with Nannings one up on the turn. Scott had to dig deep as she had to relinquish four strokes overall to Nannings and the back nine proved her determination was warrented winning five of the holes, finishing on the 16th 4/2. The first semi playoff was an epic match between Cherryl Hill and Bev Pascoe. Hill had to give Pascoe a seven shot advantage so had to work hard. Pascoe is known for her straight fairway shots and this proved an advantage, especially in the weather conditions. At the turn after nine holes Pascoe was 1up and the back nine saw the match go to the 18th with Pascoe able to hold onto her lead winning the 17th and 18th to finish two up. The current holder of the Division

2 Handicap championships Lyn Annand placed straight into the grand final and will meet Karen Panagopolous, a newcomer to championships. The semi final between Trudy Herbert and Panagopolous proved to be of a high standard with Herbert only having to give one extra stroke to Panagopolous on the hardest indexed 8th hole of which she parred. Herbert was one up going into the back nine and was able to stay

Mozzie milestones

Rebecca Fox (150 Games) Bec (pictured) has been involved with our club over many years and has played in grades from A Reserve to B Reserve. She has a three-peats of B Reserve best & fairest awards from 2017-2019. She is a tough defensive player who has been a leader in the B Reserve side, helping new players graduating from juniors and those who are new to the club. Bec dedicates her time to the club as an umpire and has coached on more than one occasion in both junior and senior grades. She has dedicated her time in the past as a committee member and has supported her children when playing though their junior grades. She supported and mentored her daughter Anna in gaining her C grade umpiring badge. Brianna Scanlon (50 Games) Brianna Scanlon has made a signifcant contribution to the club as a player, supporter and committee member. BOTH MILESTONES PLAYED IN ROUND TWO (APRIL 17)

within range being square after the 15th. Panagopolous won the 16th, Herbert the 17th but was all over on the 18th going Panagopolous’s way one up. This week the final in Division 1 will be played across 27 holes and Scott will give seven strokes to Pascoe. Scott is a long time golfer but due to work commitments but now retired this is her first showing in the championships.

Pascoe is no pushover and this should be an entertaining match. Division 2 will be held over 18 holes between Annand and also a newcomer to finals, Panagopolous. Annand will give up three strokes and this final should also be one to watch as Annand will be forced to use all her experience against “Pana” as she has been in form of late. STABLEFORD RESULTS Division 1 winner was Dianne Perryman on a countback from

Fiona Punton, both carding 30 points, followed by Helen Stratford 29 on a countback from Ronda Edwards and Helen Myers. Stratford was the nearest to the pin 2nd shot winner. Division 2 was claimed by veteran Fay Price with a good score of 33 points several shots away from Carol Melhuish 25 on a countback from Lynette Hirth. Beryl Mahoney was the nearest to the pin 2nd shot winner on the uphill par 3 2nd hole. An 18 hole stableford competition will be played this week for those not involved in the finals. HANDICAP CHAMPIONSHIP DRAW Division 1 Gerraldine Scott v Bev Pascoe 8.30am - 27 holes Division 2 Lyn Annand v Karen Panagopolous 8.40am -18 holes DIVISION 1 & 2 GRAND FINALISTS: Division 1finalists Bev Pascoe and Geraldine Scott with Division 2 finalist Karen Panagopolous. INSET: Division 2 defending champion Lyn Annand

Magnificent Murphy racks up two anniversaries Kate Sealey has been part of the Glencoe Netball Club for more than 25 years and in round one of the 2021 Mid South East netball season she celebrated her 200th senior game and 300th club game. It was a celebration more than a year in the making as Kate actually reached that milestone in the final game of 2019. Kate started her competitive netball career for Glencoe in 1996 and played all of her junior netball with Glencoe before graduating to the senior ranks. Since that time Kate has established herself as a prominent defensive player, well known throughout the league as a constant voice for her side and never say die attitude. Kate spent a season away from Glencoe in 2004 and also had time off in 2009 and 2014 due to having kids. Kate has been a great contributor to the Glencoe Netball Club, having been a member of the committee over many years and also coaching in 2009, 2012, 2018 and 2019. In recent years she has always been quick to raise her hand when umpiring or other duties around the club are needing to be filled. Highlights of Kate’s career was receiving the B Grade Assocaition Best & Fairest in 2006 and being a part of the 2010 A Reserve premiership side. She has also claimed the A Reserve Best & Fairest Award for the Club in 2009, 2013 and 2015. This year Kate is part of the B Reserve team and it is safe to assume she will again display her tremendous leadership skills and be a constant source of encouragement for her side. The club is also looking forward to watching her daughter Hallie climb through the ranks in the future.


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That’s a wrap

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Borderline Speedway wraps up 2020/21 season with a jam packed program Season 2020/21 at the Borderline Speedway is officially over – ending on a high with more than 90 cars and 32 events on the season ending program on Saturday night. The Glenburnie track hoisted two State titles – the South Australian Junior Sedan and the South Australian Sportsman’s titles. And after five hours of racing and the weather gods playing nice, the season was officially a wrap. Ballarat’s Jaxson Vella led the junior sedans title race from go to whoa to claim the SA title, taking the event from local hope Aaron Tranter, who did a great job working through the field to find a

spot on the podium, with Mildura’s Carter Metcalf in third. It was Horsham’s Troy Curran taking out the SA Sportsman’s Title, from Jock Baker, also from Horsham, and Bairnsdale’s Trent Wilson. The support classes also saw great racing with Brenton Zadow taking out the Formula 500 event from Cory Jones and Jesse Ellston, while the wingless sprints saw Warrnambool’s Michael McDonald taking the chequered flag first from Mount Gambier’s Mitch Broome and Cobden’s Blake Walsh. “It finished off the season remarkably,” president Cary Jennings said. “All in all the

competitors have been really, really good this season. Due to COVID we had to restrict some of the payments and we asked the competitors to help out and the competitors from South Australia and Victoria, they’ve been excellent this year in all classes to help speedway survive. I believe most speedways are really grateful for it. The Borderline Speedway is very, very appreciative of competitors and patrons coming out to watch.” With COVID restrictions in place, the Borderline Speedway enjoyed a couple of capacity crowds during the season and attention is

now turning to the 2021/22 season. “The Borderline Speedway will come back stronger again next season,” Jennings said. World Series Sprintcars have already confirmed their return on December 28 after a year’s hiatus, with the King’s Challenge and Easter Sprintcar Trail rounding out the big three sprintcar meetings. The track will also host the South Australian Wingless Sprintcar Title on December 11, as its only State or national event, after it was cancelled this past season. That event will see between 60 and 70 cars and their teams in town. But looking forward there is the

2022/23 Australian Junior Sedan Titles and a few other major events being chased for that same season. As always, it was not just the support of drivers and patrons that saw the Borderline enjoy a strong recovery season, it was the club’s volunteers. “I want to thank all our volunteers that were involved over the whole season – that helped tremendously,” Jennings said. “Bill Barrows and his crew always make the complex nice and every week prepping the track so we need to especially thank the people who did that.”

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From the Pioneers to the local football & netball - there is action aplenty as sport returns

BALL CONTROL: (Above) East Gambier’s Matt Willson looks to deny Nick McINerney this mark; (below left) Shem Balshaw at full stretch & (below right) new Pioneer Nick Marshall in a battle under the basket with Bendigo’S Ray Turner. PHOTOS COURTESY OF FRANK MONGER

TOUGH IN THE CLINCHES: (Above) New Pioneer Sherrie Calleia looks to drive past the defence of Bendigo’s Abbey Wehrung; (right inset) Maddy Wormald takes on the Braves’ Cassidy McLean; (below left) East’s Mark Kieselbach tried to prevent North’s Austin Kitschke from marking this ball & (below right) Pioneer Tom Daly takes onLuke Rosendale.

ABOVE: (From top) Tyne Bosko, Amanda O’Shaughnessy & Emily Hunter.


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Nangwarry netballers reach significant milestones

Three Nangwarry netballers racked up significant milestones in round one of Mid South East netball. Tahlia Wilson (100 Senior Games) Tahlia (pictured far left) joined Nangwarry Netball Club in 2011 coming from South Gambier to join the 17 & Under side that year. Tahlia then progressed into the senior ranks playing the B Grade team and making the finals in that same year. Since then she has continually played in both the A Reserve and A grade teams. Tahlia can play either end but has made her name as a strong holding goaler who finishes accurately. Brittany Dycer (150 Senior Games) Brittany (pictured centre left) started her netball career at a later age in 2010 at Nangwarry Netball Club in the B Reserve team, in that same year they made the finals. She continued playing in the B Reserve team, then made it into the B Grade where she played in a premiership. During those years Britt won numerous club and league trophies. She again has now, moved into the A Reserve team. A hard running mid courter who has an impact at both ends of the court and can also take a defensive role. Carly Ploenges (150 senior Games) Carly (pictured left) is player that has played for Nangwarry her whole life - she bleeds Nangwarry. She started in the junior ranks playing more than100 games there. When she moved into the senior team she started in the A Reserve for years and worked her way into the A Grade team and has been a pivotal part of that team since. She proved this in 2019 when she won her first A grade best & fairest for the club. Carly is a tenacious defender, who can also take a mid court role. She has great speed onto the ball, a superb vertical leap and often competes with opponents much taller. She reads the play well and is always good for a handful of interceptions a game and her drive down court makes her a key attacking player in transition as well.

Pennant bowls grand final result

GRAND FINAL FINAL RESULTS Port MacDonnell Red 55 d Mount Gambier Red 37 2020/21 CHAMPIONS: Bill Richards, Heather Richards, Keith Dowdell, Barrie Schmidt, Bob Hutchesson, Kevin Henderson, Roma Henderson & Des Horrigan. Absent: Lance Fisher

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Annabel Judd (50 Games) Annabel started her playing career with West Gambier in 11 & Under in 2018 and has progressed through the junior sides and is now playing under the guidance of coach Cara Pearson in the 15 & Under B team (pictured above) this season. Annabel is a quiet achiever. A strong mid courter she finds space well in attack and causes many turnovers in defence. Annabel always works hard, listens to her coaches and is always willing to have a go. She is kind to her team mates and has a great sense of humour. Everyone needs an Annabel in their team. Toneya Carraill (50 Games) Toneya (pictured with her mother and club president Kate Carraill) started her playing career with West in 15 & Under A in 2018. Toneya is a quiet achiever, going about her business on court with no fuss! She is a hardworking, athletic defender who has the ability to turn the ball over. She isn’t afraid of a challenge and always gives 100%. She is a player you want on your team and has developed her game over her short years at West to be selected in our A Reserve team for 2021.

Jasmyne Lamb (50 Games) Jasmyne (pictured with club president Kate Carraill) started playing at West Gambier in 2016 and always makes people around her smile and laugh. Her knowledge and drive on the netball court is inspiring and she is a true asset to her team and West Gambier Netball Club.

This week in very windy, damp conditions, 36 players went out to play 20 ends of 2-4-2 bowls. Before going out onto the green president Peter Hyland welcomed to new bowlers to the club, Joy and Ross Warren. Members were also reminded of the Annual General meeting to be held on April 28 at 1pm at the Bowls Club. Results for the day saw the team of Arthur O’Connell and John Scudds come home with a winning score of 35+23, in second place was the team of Eddie Hann and Aaron Emonson with a score of 34+18. Other winning teams were, Rob Chambers , Neil Whelan 33+16, Glen Schapel, Ros Varcoe 33+12, Peter Hyland, David Taylor 33+9, Ian Ross, Frank Cooper 32+3, Malcolm Wright, Lyn Scudds 31+12, Peter Bateman, David Reichelt 31+4 and Peter Dunnicliff, Brian Roper 30+12. 2-4-2 WINNERS: (Above left) Arthur O’Connell & John Sudds 2-4-2 RUNNERS UP: (Above right) Aaron Emonson & Eddie Hann

Olivia James (100 Games) Olivia (pictured with club president Kate Carraill) started playing netball at West as an enthusiastic under 13 year old in 2014. She has played almost every position on the court, but prefers defending in goal defence. As a third generation Westie she enjoys getting to know other Westies and being part of a great family club. Olivia loves the club and is always happy to help out. She rarely misses training or a duty and regularly fills in for her team mates. ALL PLAYED IN ROUND 1 (APRIL 10)


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Tough conditions for final race

Four riders from Mount Gambier Cycling Club took part in the Hamilton to Port Fairy Race as part of the South West Cycling Series. Dave Bryant finished in the top 10, an excellent return to racing following his crash last month. Rob Mann, Matthew Opperman and Spek Peake also finished the tough ride in difficult weather. Junior riders Harry Opperman and Jamison Buckley also competed in the U15/U17 race held over 20km, finishing fifth and eighth respectively. The final race of the club’s Summer Series was held in overcast skies with a strong WSW breeze, meaning the final 4km were going to be tough for all riders. The race was set down as a 40km shotgun start, where everyone would start at the same time, but from different starting positions. Whilst the Juniors were completing their race, those riders who had easier marks started moving towards their start point, ready for a 9.45am start. Right out the front, Damian Buckley and Jen Buckland were given a mark of 12km, but found that they had only ridden 10.5km by the time the start was given. This was taken into account by the turnaround marshall, who allowed them to turn around 750m before the official turnaround, ensuring they still had to race for 28km as per the handicap. The second limit group of Jamison Buckley, Harry Opperman and John De Pree found their marker at 7km, meaning a race of 33km was in store for them. Phil Stasiw and Dean Zeven were prowling just 500m behind them, with their marker ensuring a 33.5km race. Bruce MacLaughlin and Rob Mann started 500m further back for a 34km race. The second scratch group consisting of Matthew Opperman, Dave Bryant and Niel van Niekirk had a 2km head start on the lone scratch rider, Nick Kidman, who would be riding the full 40km. At 9.45am each group set off. The turnaround for the race was at 20km, so those riders with the head start made the most of a shorter race into a headwind. Jen Buckland and Damian Buckland kept working together out in front, as behind them some riders found the going tough. A large group was formed for the chase out of the middle groups, with Stasiw and Zeven catching

Harry Opperman and De Pree working together to try and catch Jen and Damian. Rob came back into the clutches of Niel, Matthew and Dave, while Jami and Bruce managed the tiredness in their legs as best they could. Nick was working away at the back of the pack, but, as a lone rider, wasn’t able to make much inroads to the groups working together ahead of him. With 4km to go the riders turned back into a strong headwind for the final push. Jen Buckland had managed to distance herself from Damian Buckley, trying to keep the chasing riders at bay. Over the final rise, Jen Buckland remained in front and continued to ride strongly to the line, taking victory about 500m ahead of the chasing pack, with Harry Opperman edging out Stasiw to take second and third respectively. Zeven finished just outside the podium, followed by Damian Buckley and De Pree. Matthew Opperman, Mann and Bryant crossed the line together, followed by van Niekirk, Kidman and Jami Buckley. Matthew Opperman was declared the winner of the MGCC Summer Series, just ahead on aggregate of Harry Opperman and Nick Kidman. The cycling club will now turn its attention to the upcoming Soldiers’ Memorial Race held on ANZAC Day, and the 100 Mile Classic weekend to be held on May 15 and 16, with an Autumn/Winter Series to follow.

Wind & rain tests local shooters

The Mount Gambier Gun Club held its monthly competition earlier this month in windy conditions and an occasional shower , but this did not deter the seasoned shooters. The opening event was the NUTRIEN Ag Solutions 25 Tgt Skeet Handicap and with his fine marksmanship Tristan McKinnon with a great score of 68/68 won from Dougal Simson 67/68 , Warren Lindner 63/64 tookout 3rd place, followed by Gavin Height 57/58 , and Kevin Mules 48/49 was 5th.. The Carlin & Gazzard 25 Tgt Club Single Barrel Championship tried out the shooters expertise but was well shot in these windy conditions and a couple of heavy downpours caused results being a bit lower than normal, Ken Atkin with a perfect 25/25 took overalland just won AA from Warren Lindner 24/25, Andrew Jenkins 21/25 took out A from Graham Facer 20/25, Heather Ryan 18/25 edged out Garry Bowd 17/25 to win B , Peter Klieve 21/25 won C, from Hamish Keatley 20/25.. The Blue Lake Golf Club 25 Tgt Double Barrel championship was the last event and this was keenly shot with some shooters attaining perfect scores resulting with shootoffs needed to finalise results Darren Beyer 44/44 won AA from Jesse Murrell 47/48, Andrew Jenkins 25/25 won A from Dale Robertson 35/37, Tristan McKinnon 36/38 after a shootoff took out B from Heather Ryan 35/38, Bernadette Peters 21/25 won C from Hamish Keatley 19/25 . The South East Autotrade Highgun award was successfully

won by Ken Atkin with a great score of 72/75.

HIGHGUN WINNER: (Above top left) South East Autotrade Highgun winner Ken Atkin (right) with Andrew Hoare. 25 TARGET SKEET HANDICAP: (Above top right) NUTRIEN Ag Solutions 25 Tgt Skeet Handicap - Brian Spring, Tristan McKinnon, Dougal Simson, Warren Lindner, Gavin Height & Kevin Mules. 25 TARGET SINGLE BARREL CHAMPIONSHIP: (Above middle)Carlin and Gazzard 25 Tgt Club Single Barrel Championship - Petr Klieve C, Ken Atkin AA, Andrew Jenkins A & Heather Ryan B. 25 TARGET DOUBLE BARREL CHAMPIONSHIP: (Above bottom) Blue Lake Golf Club 25 Tgt Double Barrel championship - Tristan Mckinnon B, Bernadette Peters C, Darren Beyer AA & Andrew Jenkins A

Elmer Buckland wins sprint to the line Earlier this month, Molly Opperman and Freya Miller rode in Hamilton as part of the South West Series Hamilton - Port Fairy race, and finished first and fourth respectively over the 8km course. Molly arrived at the club race the following Sunday morning a little tired but ready to ride again. She was to take on Elmer and Eddie Buckland in a 10km ride, with the riders to work together for about 8km then a short race at the end. Unfortunately Elmer and Molly found the lack of pace not to their liking, and rode away from Eddie. In the sprint to the line, Elmer was able to ride past Molly, with Eddie arriving later.

FAN CLUB: (Above left) Jen Buckland is cheered home for the win in the final race of the Summer Series by her two sons. OVERALL WINNER: Matthew Opperman (yellow), who was the overall winner of the Summer Series, leads Rob Mann and Dave Bryant to the finish line.

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Season wind up doubles as 40th annviersary celebrations for cricketers

LIFE MEMBERS: Left to right : Corry Paine, Michael Muhovics, Craig Hicks, Andrew Reddie, Ian Norman, Dewain Barrett, Stephen Lock, Dean Burston, Bruce MacDonald, Greg Clark, Peter Tibbles, Robin Herbert, Jason Risely and Bill MacDonald. Absent : Greg Muhovics, Graham Holland, Phil Millard and Alex May (dec.)

WALK DOWN MEMORY LANE: There was plenty of memorabilia on show at the Gambier Centrals Cricket Club 40th anniversary celebrations

JOINT CLUB PERSON OF THE YEAR: Wes Flier & Jason Risely

MUHOVICS CLUB PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Jason Risely (& C Grade Batting Award)

WALK DOWN MEMORY LANE: There was plenty of memorabilia on show at the Gambier Centrals Cricket Club 40th anniversary celebrations

ALEX MAY B GRADE PLAYER OF THE YEAR AWARD: Luke Rainey

B GRADE CAPTAIN’S AWARD: Damian Lock

PETER TIBBLES B GRADE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Dewain Barrett (& Batting Award)

B GRADE FIELDING AWARD: Brent Collins

B GRADE BOWLING AWARD: Brayden Barker

ALEX MAY C GRADE PLAYER OF THE YEAR AWARD: Wes Flier

C GRADE CAPTAIN’S AWARD: Hayden Tickle

C GRADE BOWLING & FIELDING: Andrew Stockwell

ANDREW REDDIE SENIOR MOST IMPROVED: Isaac Czaban

BARRETT FAMILY JUNIOR MOST IMPROVED: Jack Flier

OTHER UNDER 12 AWARDS: Coaches Award : Blake Brooks; Fielding Award : Mason Rogers; Batting Award : Henry Milne; Bowling Award : Kade Rainey. PHOTOS COURTESY OF VICKI MILNE.


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