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From an educational point of view, the opportunity to start the Duke Of Edinburgh Award is also on offer, and the training can be linked to SACE studies at school. Cadets are not exposed to fire
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fighting or any serious emergency situation prior to turning 16 and then the opportunity is there to graduate to being an operational firefighter or joining the senior brigade in a non-operation role – all in consultation with parents. Beth Warwick, who has been part of the CFS for more than two decades, is spearheading this recruitment campaign and is hopeful young people will come along to the open day and find out more. “The CFS is a good grounding for any career in the emergency services,” she said. Blayne Price has racked up a decade of service in the CFS, originally approaching the Nangwarry CFS captain and taking up a fire fighting role as soon as he turned 16. “I really enjoyed the cadet program and it has taught me skills I also use in my career outside of the CFS as a mental health support worker,” Blayne said. Chelsea Gordon, who has been part of the Compton brigade for eight years, juggles a young family but loves the work she is involved in through the CFS. Cadet training is held during school term at 6.30pm on Wednesday nights. The Compton CFS Open Day is this Sunday from 2-5pm. CALLING FOR VOLUNTEERS: Chelsea Gordon, Wayne Richardson, Beth Warwick & Blayne Price.
Let’s talk Giving tradies the tools to tackle mental health and wellbeing Helping people feel comfortable talking about their mental health is top of the agenda for Jeremy Forbes, a Castlemaine local who travels Australia to tell his story and encourage and empower men to open up and have the tough conversations, as well as giving them the awareness of where to go to access help or help a mate if they need help. And it all starts with the venue – Jeremy meeting men on their own turf – hardware stores, work sites, the footy club and the pub and his Limestone Coast visit is a mix of those opportunity. Jeremy set up HALT (Hope Assistance Local Tradies) with cofounder Catherine Pilgrim in 2013, the tipping point for Jeremy being the suicide of a fellow tradie. “That (the suicide) was the catalyst,” Jeremy said. “It was the straw that broke the camel’s back being at that wake. There was a sense of being bereft, the community was bereft. There was a lot of questions but no answers. The guys there weren’t talking about how to help each other, they were talking about who might be next.” But after a phone call from Catherine and overwhelming support from the community, HALT was born. “My passion for the cause comes from my lived experience,” Jeremy said. “I’ve spent a lifetime in the construction industry so I had lived the shared experience, the culture of the building industry.”
Jeremy certainly had a sense of apprehension about sharing his story so publicly but believes an amateur theatre background may have helped and he has know delivered around 750 presentations. He does not profess to be an expert but he is genuine and in those 750 presentations, the guys have found him relatable. “If I ask 100 guys what they would say to a mate who was doing it tough – they all say ‘she’ll be right’ and I know that’s exactly what they do because I did that for 20 years,” Jeremy said. “We’ve never been the tools of what to say and when to say it. I try and break that down, identify risk factors, like finance, relationships, grief, bullying and the importance of being a good listener.” Jeremy finishes every session with some self-care tips and often people hang around after the session, looking for some one on one time with Jeremy or just hanging out and chatting. “Nearly every time I do a talk it is different,” Jeremy said. “The emotion is still there and is just as strong and the language stays the same but the stories and the things I talk about are different. The important thing is the language has to be authentic.” Raising awareness of anxiety, depression and wellbeing in the tradie community, Jeremy said nearly everyone has an experience or knows someone who has dealt with these issues.
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Creative showcase Twisted Threads annual exhibition returns It has been a tradition since the Mount Gambier Library opened in its new home just over a decade ago and it is returning in 2021 after 2020 stymied what would have been a 10 year anniversary celebration. Local textile art group Twisted Threads is holding its annual Autumn Threads exhibition from May 6-9, this year at the City Hall, from 9am to 4pm, working on conjunction with the Mount Gambier Spinners and Weavers, and with demonstrations running alongside the exhibition. Founding member Julianne
Woodruff said it was a welcome return of the traditional format of the exhibition of handcrafted items and fashion accessories. “Last year we had a small display of tea cosies in a glass cabinet in the library so we are looking forward to once again showing all the different skills in our group for this year’s event,” Julianne said. Twisted Threads has around 25 members, with each weekly chat ‘n’ craft session attracting around 15 participants as they knit, crochet and sew their way to stunning handcrafted creations.
Fine lace work from the group’s star knitter Meryl Couche will be a highlight of the exhibition and the selection of handmade scarves, beanies and gloves is always popular as winter fast approaches. “There is just a great selection of little gift ideas,” Julianne said. “We will also have a table set up with a range of donated items people can have to start their own work, including knitting needles, circular needs and patterns and quite a bit of yarn.” Demonstrations of spinning and weaving on a variety of looms will
also attract interest with expert Sandra Hart showing her skills. A focus on upcycling and recycling will also be part of the eclectic exhibition as well as a quilt display. There is always a raffle as well over the four day Autumn Threads
event, raising funds for the group which tends to be funnelled back into the library through the Friends of the Library, purchasing craft books and other resources. Entry to the City Hall event is via the Cave Gardens.
Young filmakers in the spotlight Youth Week celebrations includes movie showcase To celebrate Youth Week, 20 of the best short films made by young regional Australian filmmakers will screen at The Riddoch Arts and Cultural Centre on Thursday, May 6, from 6.30pm, as part of the Nextwave Youth Week Film Festival. A program of Coffs Harbour’s Screenwave International Film Festival, the Nextwave regional youth film program is Australia’s largest regional youth short film competition open to all young creatives aged from 10 to 25, living outside of a metropolitan area. “Each year young filmmakers submit creative short films ranging from comedies, dramas, thrillers and personal essays, created by a team of passionate storytellers,” Riddoch Arts and Cultural Centre coordinator Talie Teakle said. “With more than $40,000 in prizes up
for grabs each year, Nextwave recognises acting, editing, cinematography and everything else that helps to build an amazing short film.” Last year, the sixth year of the competition, filmmakers expressed their creativity throughout
changing restrictions in response to COVID-19, to make unique short films. “Come along and see the 23 finalists and winners on the big screen as part of Youth Week and support the next wave of young regional filmmakers,” Ms Teakle said. “As part of the festival film
screening we will be announcing the theme for the 2021 competition and giving out information on how to be involved.” The Riddoch will also deliver a series of workshops and tips for youth throughout the competition to help develop their film making skills, as part of the in-house Media Studio programming. Riddoch Art Gallery director Dr
Melentie Pandilovski welcomed the initiative and hopes to see it become a staple on the centre’s annual program. “I am sure that it will increase interest in youth film, and also boost youth film production in the Limestone Coast which will assist with growing the bi-annual International Limestone Coast Video Art Festival,” Dr Pandilovski said. Entry is free and anyone wishing to attend can secure a seat by emailing riddoch@mountgambier. sa.gov.au or via phone on 8721 2563. For more information about the Nextwave Youth Week screening, visit www.theriddoch. com.au LOOKING THROUGH THE LENS: (Above left) What’s Next’ by Francoise Dik is one of 20 of the best short films made by young regional Australian filmmakers that will screen as part of the Nextwave Youth Week Film Festival and (above right) The Perfect Day in Isolation by Jonah Werner & Toby Hill
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Classic fundraiser back Mother’s Day Classic calling for registrations Last year it was virtual and this year it will be a scaled back event but the main thing is the fundraising and awareness raising continues as the Mother’s Day Classic shines a light on the impact of breast cancer. The Mount Gambier organising committee is encouraging as many people as possible to register and whether they walk on the day, at a time and location of their own choice, or just spend the time with the people that mean most to them, the funds raised are critical. The festival atmosphere of Mother’s Day Classic events in Mount Gambier prior to 2020 have always been part of the attraction with coffee and food vans, moving speeches from those personally touched by the insidious disease, stories of hope and inspiration from survivors and families and friends walking together in solidarity for the cause will not be part of the 2021 event. Those that want to walk on May 9 certainly can pre-register and head to the Valley Lake in a get in – get out style Mother’s Day Classic, with groups heading off from 8.30am, 9.30am and 10.30am, having checked in via the QR code. Organising committee member Chris O’Callaghan said the key priority was getting those registrations, especially as they will not be available on the day as in previous Classics. “Even if you can’t get down to the Lakes on the day if you register that donation will
help make a difference,” Chris said. “People can still come down and take part in the walk and we would love that but it is a scenario where it will be get in and get out. Head back into town and support local businesses after what has been a difficult 12 months.” In the 23 year history of the Mother’s Day Classic, almost $38 million has been donated to fund game-changing breast cancer research. Mother’s Day Classic CEO said the return of the fun run/walk for 2021 was important and so was the flexibility of the running of what will be the 24th Mother’s Day Classic, sponsored by Women in Super. “You can choose to run, walk or jog in your own local area with family, friends, work colleagues, school friends, gym buddies or others in your community, and do it on a day and time that suits,” she said. “The Mother’s Day Classic Local 2021 provides the opportunity to be a part of an inspirational community, supporting those touched by breast cancer and raising vital funds for breast cancer research.” Participants will receive a limited-edition race pack valued at more than $30 when they register. The race pack includes a backpack, a Mother’s Day Classic Local commemorative medal, a personalised race bib, head scarf, start/finish line ribbon to run through, and plenty of sponsor goodies giving participants everything they
need to bring the Mother’s Day Classic to life. There is also a special race pack for kids, and for the first time in MDC history you can register your furry friend. Participating pets will receive a bandanna. Breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in Australia and sadly, eight Australians die from it every single day. The Mother’s Day Classic is your opportunity to help improve the lives of the 55 Australians diagnosed with breast cancer each day – now and in the future. Register online for the MOTHER’S DAY CLASSIC LOCAL at mothersdayclassic.com.au and head to the Mother’s Day Classic – Mount Gambier facebook page for all the latest information on the local event, including the prizes on offer just for registering, thanks to the generosity of local businesses.
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2022 Year 7 & 8 Middle School Information Evening - Naracoorte Monday 3 May 2021, 7:15pm. Naracoorte Town Hall We invite all prospective 2022 Year 7 & 8 students and families to join us at the Naracoorte Town Hall. Meet the Head of Middle School, Mr. Nick Patzel, as well as hear from current students and see for yourself what our College has to offer. At Tenison Woods College, every learner has a place, every learner has a pathway and every learner will shine. This is supported by our new curriculum opportunities, in our newly developed Middle School, the Gilap Wanga Learning Community. Mount Gambier Year 7 & 8 2022 Information Night Wednesday 5 May 2021, 7:00pm at Tenison Woods College
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Exploring dizzy Time to get hooked Month long celebration of tuna kicks off this weekend new heights MJ Dance Studio brings aerial skills to the Limestone Coast Quite simply it was the most obvious next step for the team at MJ Dance Studio and so aerial classes are now on the menu at the Mount Gambier dance school. Director Maria Slape said the recent intensive workshops only solidified her commitment to now bringing the only aerial classes in the region to her school. “We have such a strong acrobatic base at MJ – so many kids do acrobatics,” she said. “Our teachers and the kids have done a great job and our skills are quite high so moving into aerial work was a natural progression.” Some students looking to try their hand at silks, lyra (hoops) and trapeze had attended metropolitan workshops but now they can take classes every week in their own backyard.
And while the level of the current acrobatic students is high, allowing them to move seamlessly into the new genre, the good news is, aerial is an activity for everyone – from beginners to adults and anyone in between. “It is just a great full body work out and it is so much fun,” Maria said. “It is just a fun way to get active and build you upper body.” The move was also instigated by a studio teacher who wanted to develop her aerial skills and thanks to the support of Country Arts SA, the dream is now a reality. “The feedback we got from the teachers at the workshops was our kids were so good at it,” Maria said. “They couldn’t believe how strong the kids were, how they took to it and their upper body strength and core strength.
The countdown is on for Portland’s favourite fishing competition – the month long Hooked on Tuna extravaganza. Anglers are expected to travel from across the country in lure of the elusive tuna catch for the fourth annual competition, which runs from May 1-23 from the Portland Harbour. Hosted by Glenelg Shire Council in partnership with the Portland Sports Game Fishing Club and Portland Lions Club, the competition will offer $10,000 in cash prizes for entrants, including a $1000 prize each weekend for the heaviest catch. Mayor Cr Anita Rank said following a hiatus in 2020 due to statewide health restrictions, the event was returning stronger than ever this year. “Portland is well recognised as Australia’s Bluefin tuna capital and we are looking forward to hosting hundreds of competitors next month as they attempt to hunt down the elusive 100kg plus haul,” Cr Rank said. “This year we anticipate some record breaking catches, with anglers keen to make the most of the tuna season following statewide lockdowns in 2020. “With a $1000 cash prize on offer every weekend, as well as the $3000 overall prize for the heaviest catch of the competition, there are plenty of opportunities to reel in a winner and win this Autumn.” Cr Rank also noted the support of key event partners and sponsors. “A special thanks goes to our event partners in the Portland Lions
Club and Portland Sports Game Fishing Club, and the Portland Coast Guard who provided continued support,” she said. “We also welcome and thank our new event sponsors, the Victorian Fisheries Authority, Port of Portland and Tuna Champions, who have come on board to ensure the event’s success in 2021.” Hard copy entry forms, including terms and conditions and event details are available from Icon
Investments, Portland Bait & Tackle and Compleat Angler. Alternatively, online registration can completed via the Eventbrite page or the Glenelg Shire website. Official event promotional video content can be accessed here: https://www.youtube.com/ watch?v=ZgTnfIty40k IT WAS THIS BIG: 2019 competition winner Martin Rombolas shows off his 100kg winning haul.
Officially up, up & away Multimillion dollar redevelopment officially opened It has been operational for some time, including the inaugural QantasLink flight earlier this month, but last Friday the multi-million dollar upgrade of Mount Gambier Regional Airport was officially opened. The $9.2 million project to revamp the airport included an extension of 120m to the main runway to service larger aircraft, a brand new heavy aircraft apron, a full electrical upgrade for entire airport, two main departure lounges, departure ramps and access airside. Federal Member for Barker Tony Pasin said the Mount Gambier Regional Airport was not only a state of the air transport terminal, it acted as an entry statement for the whole region offering visitors both their first and last impressions. “The Morrison Government invested $3.5 million into this project via the Building Better Regions Fund to ensure this long awaited and important infrastructure project could take shape,” Mr Pasin said. “This project has not only created important jobs in the midst of an economic crisis, but the redeveloped facilities make for a more positive visitor experience for those visiting our
region.” Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Development Michael McCormack said the Australian Government’s $3,510,000 investment in community infrastructure would provide long term benefits to the Mount Gambier region. “In addition to improving regional air freight capacity, this investment will also create opportunities for local producers to access multiple new markets,” the Deputy Prime Minister said. “By supporting 24 jobs in construction and creating an expected 24 ongoing jobs after completion, in addition to using local businesses and supplies, this project will help bring economic prosperity to Mount Gambier for many years to come.” The District Council of Grant are the proud owners and operators of the Mount Gambier Regional Airport. Mayor of District Council of Grant, Richard Sage said the District Council of Grant was indeed honored and grateful for the funding partnerships between the State and Federal Governments along with the City of Mount Gambier.
“We are so proud to say we achieved the $9.2 million project upgrade on time and on budget,” Mayor Sage said. “The reason for the upgrade was to future proof our Airport for the second largest city in South Australia. “It was part of our Vision and Council’s Strategic Plan that it had for the development of the Airport. To achieve this we needed to have both State & Federal Governments assistance along with the City of Mount Gambier. “With this project we have achieved for the passengers and visitors to the region, a sense of arrival. “The airport terminal is another gateway to our region, it has the ambience of a warm and welcoming atmosphere, ready for you to explore the Limestone Coast and all it has to offer.” This project received $3,510,000 in funding from the Australian Government under the Building Better Regions Fund program. South Australian Government ($4,036,000), District Council of Grant via Passenger Movement Levy ($1,154,000) and City of Mount Gambier ($500,000).
High flying fundraiser RFDS Mount Gambier Support Group gala event It was a high flying event without leaving the ground as the Royal Flying Doctor Service (RFDS) Mount Gambier Support Group’s major annual fundraiser -Dinner at the Drome – returned to the social calendar. Never has the event been held in such luxury, taking advantage of the recently redeveloped Mount Gambier Regional Airport as a stunning venue for the 130 guests. The Mount Gambier & District Community Bank was the major sponsor of the gala event, that was strongly supported by local business, including Limestone Coast Party Hire donating all the furniture and red carpet, Shane and Joanne Gabriel, who catered the event, and Vicki Osborne donating wines from her late husband’s cellar. The wine sales totalled $8000 which was an amazing result, and ably run by David Herbert and his assistant in Trevor Williams who kept the bids flowing. The accompanying silent auction raised $3600. It was an evening complete with entertainment from sibling vocal duo, Al and Em, and the
entertaining emceeing of Jason Scheidl. Dr Mike Bruorton was the drawcard of the evening with a presentation focussing on African wildlife, a subject close to the local doctor’s heart as she shared stories of his time as a ranger in African wildlife parks. Support group president Bill Russon said thanks to the generosity of the community and the guests at the dinner, it was expected to be between $16000 and $18000 which all goes to the purchase and outfitting of the planes so vital to the service provided by the RFDS. “It makes the heart warm to be a
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Textile titans on show The Millicent Gallery is welcoming back outstanding textile artists Suzanne Gummow, Maxine Fry, Kerrie Head and Jenny Bates and their innovative exhibition The Tree of Us +1. The exhibition, which opens in the Millicent Gallery at 2pm this Sunday, depicts versions of loved landscapes, and in this time of restricted travel, reminds us of places where we find interest, beauty, and connection with nature. Wattle Range Council’s manager libraries and gallery Janice Nitschkes said it was an exhibition not to be missed. “Suzanne Gummow, Maxine Fry and Jenny Bates’s textile art are synonymous with the Geltwood Festival and their works have been exhibited nationally,” Mrs Nitschke said. “Renowned textile artist and educator Suzanne Gummow will open the exhibition and along with Kerrie Head, a new member of the group will discuss their work. The group started as three, working together to encourage each other in their textile art endeavours. They decided they all loved trees and ‘The Tree of Us’ was born. However, a dilemma arose when another artist joined,
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Making maths fun Developing a love of numbers It is a pilot program but based on the sessions held at the Mount Gambier Library in the April school holidays, it will return. Maths is Fun, a Smith Family initiative, did just what is was meant to and Mount Gambier Library children’s services development coordinator Kelly Lynch could not be happier. “The children loved the sessions, but the parents did too,” Ms Lynch said. “It was actually fun. We kept say, yes maths is actually fun. We all learnt through play and that the best way to learn.” Ten families experienced the hands on program which sees caregivers and children work together to learn a number of key mathematical concepts – basics that are so critical in learning across the board. “Children who start school behind in maths generally stay behind,” Ms Lynch said. “Numeracy is a foundation skill for successful participation in our society – individuals need it for budgeting, taking medication and employment. The STEM disciplines – science, technology, engineering, and mathematics are key underpinnings for the future of innovative economies, with an
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MP continues fight for regional patients Time to have your say on support scheme Member for Mount Gambier Troy Bell said he is concerned PATS offices may close across regional South Australia, following the circulation of a survey to users of the scheme by SA Health. The Patient Assistance Transport Scheme (PATS) provides travel and accommodation subsidies to South Australians who are required to travel over 100kms to access medical specialists. Due to COVID restrictions, regional PATS offices, including Mount Gambier, Riverland, Port Lincoln, Whyalla and Port Augusta, were closed to the public for most of 2020.
This month, SA Health initiated a survey requesting people who had utilised the scheme during 2020 fill in a questionnaire detailing how they had accessed the scheme during that time. Mr Bell said the motive behind the survey could be to determine whether regional offices could be closed. “One of the biggest sources of complaints to my office is the loss of face-to-face services from our State Government,” he said. “When it comes to navigating a complex system like PATS, some people like to deal with a real person, not a computer or voice on the end of a
telephone line.” Residents in the Limestone Coast region are one of the biggest users of the scheme, Mr Bell (pictured at the 2019 PATS Forum held in Mount Gambier) said and collectively, their voices could determine the future of the Mount Gambier office. “Your feedback may affect how SA Health determines the future of regional PATS offices,” he said. “If you use PATS, I encourage you to complete the survey, as having your say about the future of State Government services is very important.” If the regional offices were to close, Mr Bell believed it would be
a disappointing decision for many across regional South Australia. “More and more services are becoming online-only, which is a bit of a one-size fits all approach,” he said. “People should be able to use the method that best suits them and some people just need a little help and personal contact.”
The survey can be completed online at https://www.pats.sa.gov. au/pats-survey/ by May 5 or people are also welcome to pick up a copy at the Mount Gambier Electorate Office.
of a contemporary, expansive and accessible new Town Jetty, with the barge arriving into the Local Port of Portland Bay last week,” she said. “Installation is now already complete on the supporting steel pylons for the 178-metre-long floating pontoon. “The new pontoon will provide
all abilities access, designated recreational fishing pontoons, seating and a width of 3.3 metres for promenading and general leisure. “On the other side of the Bay, we welcomed the Honourable Melissa Horne, Minister for Ports and Freight, to Portland last week to celebrate the start of works to the Trawler Wharf. “The $1.3 million project will extend the existing Trawler Wharf floating pontoons to include 14 new dedicated berths, ensuring security and future growth for the multi-million Southern Rock Lobster Fishing Industry that operates out of Portland. “It is an incredibly exciting time for the Glenelg Shire as we near closer to the completion of a world-class, fully integrated tourism and fishing precinct for Portland.” For more information and latest project updates please visit the Community Infrastructure Projects page of the Your Say Glenelg website. Works on the Portland Foreshore and Local Port of Portland Bay are funded through the State Government through the Department of Transport, Department of Jobs, Precincts and Regions and Regional Development Victoria.
Right on track Portland Foreshore redevelopment taking shape The multi-million-dollar transformation to the iconic Portland Foreshore and Local Port of Portland Bay is well underway, with several key project milestones met this month. The first stage of the Portland Foreshore upgrades are officially complete and open for public use. Stage one works have seen the creation of connecting pathways from the Youth Activity and Skate Space to the beach
and All Abilities Playspace, and an extension to the carpark to allow for an additional 14 spaces. The next stage of the project will see the continuation of hard pathways through to the Portland Yacht Club and safety improvements around the Foreshore such as bollard installation. Glenelg Shire Mayor Cr Anita Rank said it was fantastic to see the impact of the redevelopment
works so far. “After only just stage one of works the Portland Foreshore has become more inviting and user-friendly, better catering for our high volume of visitors to the much-loved precinct,” she said. “The visual impact so far is also impressive, and as the pathways continue to be completed in stages right through to Nuns Beach, the entire foreshore will be connected and create an accessible beach attraction for all.” Cr Rank said significant progress was also being made at the Local Port, with construction works commencing on the Town Jetty replacement and Trawler Wharf extension. “We have passed another milestone towards the completion
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DONE & DUSTED: (Above bottom left) Stage one of the Portland Foreshore upgrades are officially complete. OFFICIAL LAUNCH: (Above top) Melissa Horne MP with Councillors Karen Stephens, Jayden Smith, Gilbert Wilson and Michael Carr at the launch event for the Trawler Wharf extension.
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In the Garden By Calum Haygarth Landscape Architect & Horticultural Consultant
With Autumn firmly in our grip, the switch has been quite sudden and the array of Autumn foliage trees pulling off there amazing colours. Following on from our very successful Rose Open Weekend just before Easter, we are now in the misdst of our Autumn Tree Festival where trees and shrubs from small crepe myrtles to towering oaks are turning their magnificent tones. With Mother’s Day looming many of the Winter and Spring flowering plants and bulbs for planting now are in stock with an array of options for mums of every persuasion. The Gift Shop too is packed with new Indoor pot ranges and everything gardening and non gardening including new Windmills that have been flying out the door. Don’t Forget the huge range of Sloggers Gum boots and garden clogs up to ½ price. Autumn is a good time to see the intensity of colour in the rose blooms too and is always a good indicator of the true colours of the rose flowers, so now is a good time to purchase and plant potted roses whilst the soil is warm and gain a year’s extra growth on your bushes. We have posted very accurate photos on our website www.limestonecoastroses.com.au, there is also a PDF version that you can download or print off or ring (08)8723 1325. Hurry if you would like to order the new season’s dormant roses (often called bare rooted) as time is running out and with the madness of gardening in Covid and many late Online orders from interstate last winter these people were given first option to roll over their orders seriously depleting our stock for winter 2021. Limestone Coast Roses is already the lowest priced rose grower in Australia, as you are buying direct, but order early and remember we can send roses all over Australia, so you can even send some of our lovely Limestone Coast grown roses to family and friends, or they can order direct. Here at Limestone Coast Roses we not only supply all the new releases but all the old favourites, such as Double Delight and Mister Lincoln, right through to all the David Austin English perfumed roses, that thrive so well in our climate. We have the largest range of David Austin Roses in Australia as many of the older varieties have gone out of production by the few remaining rose growers in Australia. So, if you have been searching for that old or unusual variety be sure to give us a call as the chances are we may just have it. We also specialise in heritage roses or old fashioned roses from all those lovely old French perfumed varieties, many that have been lost over time. We also stock the entire range of thornless roses which have taken off so well in Australia and we are by far the lowest in prices on these. Limestone Coast Advanced Trees, our sister company, is hosting its Autumn Festival of Colours 2021 until May 9 (see opposite page) with incredible reductions on prices of trees and look our for our new television advert screening now we have some amazing drone shots in it. As the weeks go on the number of trees putting on their Autumn splendour is amazing, have a look
around your area, take some photos or bring in a leaf of any you would like. We are running all sorts of sale specials during the festival, so be sure to bring your trailer when you come. There are half price mop top trees including those with stunning autumn colour such as the Robinia, Liquidambar Mop Tops and ornamental Pear Mop Top, as well as the stunning prunus Elvins’mop top we introduced a few years ago that has spring blossom too and are are all colouring up well. The Ginkgo biloba looks magnificent at the moment with its golden, butter yellow leaves plus we have half price on an over production of Ginkgo trees including last years new release Lemon Lime Spire which is a very narrow column shape ideal for tight spaces like the narrow ornamental pears. This season we are also launching some of our new release ornamental pears that we have been doing a bit of breeding with and on the back of our now extremely popular Wintergreen ornamental pear that is being loved Australia wide for its evergreen foliage all year round. Two of our new releases are a dwarf ornamental pear (see facing page) and our new Capital Apple – a skinny columnar tree like the Capital Pear with spring blossom, and stunning autumn colour.ornamental pear Javelin is a new introduction from the USA and is said to be the narrowest ornamental pear bred. We are taking orders for this for the dormant season and we have certainly had many online orders in already. In addition there are half price fruit trees, including two way or double grafted citrus, where you get two varieties on the one tree ideal for pots, too. The Canadian Maples or Lipstick Maples are on special and our exclusive range of liquidambars, Chinese tallowwoods, Zelkovas or Japanese Maples and Tupelos are changing colours daily, as well as Silver Birch a favourite for all gardens from $5 each. With Mother’s Day fast approaching we are having a few specials on birdhouses and feeders up to 70% off all giftware, 1/2 price fountains, statues up to half price, terrariums, which are back in vogue, and, of course, the usual array of chrysanthemums, including American made Sloggers new elastic sided boot (so you don’t split your Blundstones in the wet) and this year ard of course there are gift vouchers. Autumn is a great time to be in the garden with the warmth still in the soil and that wonderful burst of rain last week making the soil ideal for planting. Most of the clearance specials are on the website, so have a browse or call in to 167, Bay Road, Mount Gambier (1.3 kms south of the Blue Lake).or www. gardenarium.com.au/trees
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Seaside craft showcase Port MacDonnell Community Complex hosts jam packed school holiday program It has been wall to wall fun and creativity at the Port MacDonnell Community Complex with another jam packed school holiday program. The crossover in week one of the South Australian school holidays with the final week of the Victorian break made for a busy program with a number of craft projects on offer for the region’s families. CD fish sun catchers, pop-stick hanging art and nature weaving crafts were all part of the week one activities with last week seeing washer necklaces butterfly and monster magnets, as well as ANZAC Day themed remembrance lanterns, shining a spotlight on last weekend’s commemorations. With school back this week, Storytime Sessions return every Tuesday at 10.30am. To keep up to date with any upcoming events follow the Port MacDonnell Community Complex Facebook page.
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Looking for a laugh? Coonawarra Comedy Club returns Wynns Coonawarra Estate in conjunction with the Penola Coonawarra Arts Festival are proud to announce the 13th Coonawarra
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Approx 4.99 acres zoned rural residential. 3 bedroom stone home tenanted for $180/week. Across from Montebello Estate and next door to TAFE and UniSA precint. Potential for subdivision or building (S.T.C.A.). A plan of potential division has been prepared showing subdivision into approx. 28 allotments; copies of the development plans are available on request. In conjunction with Ray White Real Estate.
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Land Size - Approximately 5,46HA
Land Size - Approximately 37Acres
One Of A Kind
Sought After Land In Yahl
• Beautiful property on the outskirts of Mount Gambier FOR FOR SALESALE $850,000 -$ • 4 spacious bedrooms, master with walk in robe and ensuite • Bedrooms 2 and 4 with built in robes and the 3rd bedroom Address: 102 Berkefeld Road, located in the loft with sweeping rural views • Open plan living, main lounge/ dining with polished timber floors and magnificent bay windows OB Flat • 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, Contact: Brenton Leggett dishwasher and large pantry with ample bench and cupboard space 0438 344 042 • Slow combustion fire in the casual living zone • Outdoor patio area, great to host your friends and family Property ID: 23038812 • High clearance machinery shed with three phase power
SAL REAL ESTATE
SAL REAL ESTATE
LISTINGS URGENTLY REQUIRED
• 37 Acres of undulating vacant land on the city limits with ideal SALE -$ FORFOR SALE $400,000 home sites Address: Lot 2, Yahl Road, • Located right next to the Glenburnie Racecourse with good fencing Yahl • Town water connected to the allotment and power passing storage shed Contact: Brenton Leggett • Established fruit trees • Two main paddocks of good rural fencing with bitumen road 0438 344 042 frontage • Solar powered electric fencing unit and electric fencing around Property ID: 22916116 the property
Are you thinking of selling? The property market is on fire! Call one of our experienced Sales Consultants
Land Size - Approximately 146m2
today for a free appraisal.
The Surprise Is On The Inside • Renovated 2-bedroom unit with built in robes in the main
FOR SALE - $- $175,000 FOR SALE $169,000
• Stunning renovated bathroom
Address: 6/124 Jubilee Highway,
• Light filled kitchen with electric cooktop and under bench
oven • Large living/ dining with split system reverse cycle heating/
Contact: Vicki Quinn
0417 804 782
• Rear carport
Property ID: 23000744
• Currently tenanted at $210 p/w until 05 August, 2021
SAL REAL ESTATE
0417 804 782
0408 065 540
0438 344 042
RENTAL OF THE WEEK
• 5/33 Shelton Street, Mount Gambier
$240 p/w - Avail 26/04
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$245 p/w - Avail NOW
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$285 p/w - Avail 21/05
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$295 p/w - Avail 07/05
• 3 Bridges Street, Mount Gambier
$310 p/w - Avail 07/05
• 20a Boandik Terrace, Mount Gambier
$330 p/w - Avail 21/05
• 5 Umpherston Street, Mount Gambier
$345 p/w - Avail NOW
EXPERIENCE THE SAL DIFFERENCE
Candice Merrett 0419 387 094 Property Manager
Jo Gibbs 0437 902 438 Property Manager
• Well presented 2 bedroom unit a stones throw away from the rail walking track • Kitchen/ dining with electric cooking • Built in robes in both bedrooms • Bathroom with separate shower and bath • Enclosed courtyard • Garage under main roof with internal access • Sorry, NO PETS • BOND $1,560
FOR FOR RENT $260 SALE - $ P/W Address: 1/9 Heriot Street Mount Gambier Contact:
Jo Gibbs 0437 902 438
Property ID: 22972408
SAL REAL ESTATE
RLA: 1811 LOC AL SER VICE, NATIONAL STRENGTH
(08) 8725 6666 23 Gray Street, Mount Gambier
Suite 2/14 Helen Street, Mount Gambier | www.gebhardts.com.au | Phone 08 8725 5766 235 Woodlands Road, Yahl AUCTION - 14th May 2021 at 12:00pm On Site
Paul Chuck SALES 0409 541 113
Ben Jeffrey SALES 0417 810 246
Emily Rayner SALES 0417 665 085
Sharyn Ferguson PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 8725 5766
22 Lansell Street
108 Jubilee Highway East
13 Kyrenia Court
312 Commercial Street West
3 Foote Street
6 Bengalee Crescent
P.O.A An exciting opportunity to be your own BOSS. Fantastic cleaning business for sale with fantastic turnover. Huge potential to take to the next level. Phone Gebhardts for further information.
34/184 Jubilee Highway West
$240,000 2+ 1 1 Price busting house and land package that is ready to build on flat low maintenance 344m2 approx allotment. Full package details are available from the Agent – won’t find better!
It’s all about location – wonderful low maintenance family home in A1 position. Spacious living areas, bedrooms & outdoor entertaining. Surrounded by quality & established homes. Short walk to Blue Lake, shops & main street. Don’t Delay!
15 Gardiner Terrace
$430,000-$460,000 4 2 2 Beautifully elevated & private setting – feature raked ceilings. Formal living & heat form fire place. A view as far as the eye can see. Overlooking new subdivision & positioned on close to half an acre of land. In conjunction with Key2Sale & Peter Dempsey
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!
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!
104 Haviland Court, Port MacDonnell
$365,000-$375,000 4 2 3 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.
a| 2ha approx ea
Lifestyle allotment within the Port MacDonnell township. Services include power and Telstra. Fully bitumised road throughout. Allotments oh so close to the beach.
Gebhardts Property Management
3/3 Kilsby Place
$155 pw | Available 8/6/21
24B/184 Jubilee Hwy West
$230 pw | Available 18/6/21
$270 pw | Available 4/6/21
2/16 Yeates Street
$280 pw | Available NOW
1/17 Canavan Road
$290 pw | Available 21/5/21
Great flat serviced allotments in popular coastal township – swim, surf and fish at your doorstep! New stage now available. Enquire now!
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.
Apply online www.tenantoptions.com.au email@example.com Ph 8724 8088
1/17 Canavan Road
COMMERCIAL 2/2 James Street 32 Commercial Street West
14 Hillcrest Avenue
Seafarers Way, Port MacDonnell
Suite 2/14 Helen Street, Mount Gambier www.gebhardts.com.au
24B/184 Jubilee Highway West NEW
$629,000-$649,000 3 2 2 Be the envy of your friends. Stunning 1930’s Spanish mission style home in premier location. Absolute quality throughout, designer kitchen, relaxing pool & outdoor entertaining. A short walk to shops, Blue Lake & city centre.
An absolute surprise package, one owner well cared for home. Plenty of room for the family and more - with self contained teenage/parents retreat. A real Price Buster in this range.
approx 100 acres across two titles 4 1 6 Ideal farming property set on the outskirts of Mount Gambier on approx 100 acres across two titles. Broken up into 10 main paddocks plus 2 holding paddocks. Pastures include Lucerne, clover, rye and cocksfoot. Neat and tidy brick family home with open plan living, dining and kitchen with gas heating. To be offered as a whole - if not sold will be offered contingent & individually.
Bernie Gaylard PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 8725 5766
$230 pw 2 1 1 • 2 bedroom homette • Open kitchen/ dine/living • Kitchen with Electric & gas cooking • R/C air-con • Undercover entertaining area • Within walking distance to shops • Single garage UMR with automatic door • No pets
$290 pw 2 1 1 • 2 bedrooms, main with WIR, 2nd with BIR and desk • Open kitchen/ dining/ lounge area with ducted rc aircon • Electric cooktop, walk-in pantry • Single garage with remote & internal access • Secure rear yard • Lawn & garden maintenance included • No pets
94 Commercial Street East
S FOR LEA
LUXURY COUNTRY LIVING! 62 Springview Drive, Suttontown
• Dreaming of living in Spring view estate, but can’t face the stress of building, then this home is for you. • This stunning near new family home boast 4 bedrooms and 2 living areas, this home is perfect for the growing family. • As you walk through to the heart of the home, you will be amazed by the living area that greets you. This open plan kitchen, dining and lounge area has gorgeous tiled floors, an abundance of natural light throughout and will be sure to impress all your guests. • Outside the home features landscaped front yard, tree lined boundaries and sprinkler system. • Homes in this area are a rarity on the market, get in quick to secure your dreams.
NEW | E.O.I by 25th of May (unless sold prior) Deon Howell 0419 037 896
4 2 2
Damian Venn 0438 904 771
12/151 Commercial St West
2 1 1
Residential/Rural Sales Manager
DAMIAN VENN 0438 904 771
DEON HOWELL 0419 037 896
MALCOLM LEWIS 0429 009 072
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
m tg am bier@elders. com .au
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32 Avey Road, Mt Gambier 3 E.O.I by 26th May 2021 (Unless sold prior) Open by appointment
Sale 4 Yahl Hall Road, Mt Gambier Expressions of Interest Open by appointment
Rental 8 Carthew Street, Mt Gambier $390 P/W Available: Now
2/2B Lake Terrace, Mt Gambier $349,000 - $369,000 Open by appointment
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
17 Greenwood Court, Mt Gambier $139,000 - $149,000 Open by appointment
5 Suttontown Avenue, Mt Gambier $399,000 - $419,000 Open by appointment
7 Emily Street, Millicent $350 P/W Available: 17/05/2021
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Tahlia Gabrielli Principal Sales Executive 0438 883 992
Sarah Barney Sales Executive 0438 883 972
Sonya Jones Executive Assistant (08) 8724 7405
Sale 59 Lake Terrace West, Mt Gambier $779,000 - $799,000 Open by appointment
Hayley Goodwin Naomi Kieselbach Executive Property Assistant Management (08) 8724 7405 0438 883 992
Jess Teakle Property Management (08) 8724 7405
FACT Fish & Chip Shop, Mt Gambier $349,000 Open by appointment
Sale Stage 3, Mountview Estate, Compton From $145,000 Open by appointment
7 Gordon Street, Mt Gambier $399,000 - $419,000 Open by appointment
Hairhouse Warehouse, Mt Gambier $180,000 + Stock Open by appointment
95 Sturt Street, Mt Gambier $109,000 - $119,000 Open by appointment
24 Tanglewood Cres, Mt Gambier 6 $849,000 - $869,000 Open by appointment
1 tennis court
Sale Vacant Land
Macey Humphries Administration (08) 8724 7405
Water Front Cafe at the Jetty, Beachport $200,000 + Stock Open by appointment
Sale Vacant Land
18 Marlow Court, Mt Gambier $79,000 Open by appointment
Property of the week Country lifestyle with room to spread your wings and get creative.
Sale Lot 2, 4, 5 & 6 Southend Access Road, Southend $150,000 - $160,000 Open by appointment
Ray White Mt Gambier 2A & 2B Mitchell Street Mount Gambier SA 5290 (08) 8724 7405 firstname.lastname@example.org raywhitemtgambier.com.au RLA 291953
62 Sisters Road, Moorak. H&B Offers by 26th May 2021 (Unless sold prior) Open by appointment
This home offers 18-acres of land and 3+ bedrooms. A tree lined driveway leads from the road through to the home and entry to a secure garage. Bedroom four or optional second living/studio offers access to the side pergola/courtyard. The remaining bedrooms benefit from BIR’s. The loungeroom offers a combustion fireplace and opens into the dining area and kitchen with a RCAC, plenty of storage and a free standing, s-steel electric oven and cooktop. A large colourbond shed on the left of the house is perfect for additional parking and storage, or as a workshop. The property includes two bores with submersible pumps, a water holding license, shedding, established trees and gardens and ample space for any kind of hobby farm or even potentially a business (STCA).
unlocking dreams A: 22 Sturt Street, Mount Gambier P: 08 8723 3416 www.key2sale.com.au
36 Yahl Main Road, Yahl
G004/7 Lake Terrace West, Mount Gambier
NEW > A HIDDEN TREASURE WITH FANTASTIC SHEDDING!
NEW > GROUND FLOOR UNIT, LAKES LOCATION
Close to the Yahl Primary School & sporting facilities, this property offers a flexible floor plan with an abundance of shedding. Offering four bedrooms, the master with ensuite & WIR, bedrooms 2 & 3 with BIR’s, whilst bedroom 4 could be utilised as an office. Modern open plan living/dine/kitchen with pantry cupboard, gas cook top & electric oven. Outdoor entertaining is covered with a massive, semi-enclosed pergola. The shed enthusiasts will love the 6 bay shed (22.5m x 6m) with toilet, single phase power & TV point. Two 22,500 litre rain water tanks are plumbed to the home, with an Ozzie Kleen Bio Septic system & gas instant hot water service.
Attention investors or retires, check out this beautifully presented apartment, in an enviable location in Mount Gambier’s lakes area. Purchasers looking for the true low maintenance lifestyle, this townhouse is the one for you. The features we love: ground floor location with easy access via picturesque front balcony, stunning views over the City from your own front verandah, 2 bedrooms with master offering WIR and ensuite, main bathroom for floor to ceiling tiles and corner spa, low maintenance tile flooring throughout, quality fixtures and fittings with stylish chandeliers, classy kitchen with dishwasher and stainless steel appliances, reverse cycle split air conditioning, 2 car garaging with easy access to the apartment, base storage locker with communal garden and BBQ area, plus so much more! 4 2 6
$549,000-$599,000 Contact Sara McManus 0438 708 281 12 SHAUGHNESSY CRT, MT GAMBIER
QUIET CUL-DE-SAC LOCATION - -
With fantastic street appeal, this quality brick and 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 overlooking dining & lounge areas 4 2 1
Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266 3 IBIS ST, MT GAMBIER
$285,000-$295,000 Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266 61 DALKEITH DR, MT GAMBIER
A SIZEABLE & SOLID HOME
The home comprises of 5 good sized carpeted bedrooms, the master offering walk-in robe plus ensuite Bedroom 5/office contains large built-in robes and bed 2 contains built-in robes Main bathroom includes separate bath and shower, and separate toilet Single garage UMR, undercover access into the home through the pergola, plus 6m x 4m (approx.) shed 5 2 1
Contact Sara McManus 0438 708 281
7 FAIRWAY CRT, WORROLONG $899,000-$939,000
– Sitting on the highest peak in Oranivale Estate, it’s hard not to feel on top of the world – Magnificent landscaped gardens surround the 58 sq home – Intuitive floor plan is divided into 2 wings and is designed to take in the Southerly views over Mt Gambier Gail Richards 0409 268 199
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Highest & Best Offers
HIGHEST & BEST OFFERS BY FRIDAY 7TH OF MAY 2021 AT 12 NOON (IF NOT SOLD PRIOR) - - -
Deceptively spacious family home, located in popular Saint Martin’s Lutheran College area, ready for your family to move in now Features include open plan kitchen/dining/family area, inviting home theatre room doubling, dedicated office or 5th bedroom, plus large master bedroom In conjunction with Maxine Tuffnell from Gambier Real Estate 4 2 2 Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266 6 KINGSLEY RD, ALLENDALE EAST
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RLA 282 450
- Flat 631m2 allotment centrally located in the Allendale East township - Build here and the kids can walk to school and the Allendale East General Store - Power passing - Plan your dream home and phone the builder today! Gail Richards 0409 268 199 1 KEIL DR, NELSON
THE PICTURE-PERFECT HAVEN - - - - -
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 A large family area and under cover pergola allows for plenty of space and year round entertaining Offering established gardens along with a large 15mx7m powered garage and 9mx6m shed 3 2 8 Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199
SALES M: 0409 268 199
SALES M: 0418 849 266
SALES M: 0438 708 281
SALES M: 0400 870 362
CLIENT SERVICES P: (08) 8723 3416
CLIENT SERVICES P: (08) 8723 3416
ADMINISTRATION P: (08) 8723 3416
13 Graney Court, Mount Gambier
Rachael Kelly JUNIOR ASSISTANT P: (08) 8723 3416
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NEW NEW > LOCK & LEAVE LIFESTYLE
If you are looking for a low maintenance court yard home then look no further. This beautifully presented property is perfectly positioned within walking distance to the Mount Gambier Hospital and Marketplace Shopping Centre. Inside offers 3 bedrooms with the main featuring walk in robe and direct access to the 2 way bathroom, featuring shower & bath, separate powder room and toilet. The large open plan living area features modern kitchen, offering gas cooktop and electric oven, dishwasher, pantry and r/c split system air conditioning. Outside features include garden shed, rainwater tank and a private alfresco area with roll up blinds, providing an outside space to enjoy a coffee or glass of wine. 3 1 1
$299,000-$319,000 Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266 1 POWER ST, MT GAMBIER
Highest & Best Offers
9 HAYES CRES, MT GAMBIER
HIGHEST & BEST OFFERS BY FRIDAY 14TH MAY 2021 AT 12 NOON (IF NOT SOLD PRIOR) - - - -
Centrally located solid brick and tile home set on 828m2 with sought after shedding Tassie Oak kitchen/meals with an abundance of storage, dishwasher, breakfast bar and brand-new gas space heater So many new features including brand new carpets, vynal flooring, curtains, split system air conditioner, gas hot water service, water softener and freshly painted throughout Huge array of shedding to house up to 6 vehicles 3 1 6 Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199 LOT 33 WILLIAM ST, ALLENDALE EAST $99,000-$108,000 2,068m2
- Fantastic 2068m2 allotment on the fringe of the Allendale East township - Lovely outlook over farming land to the North - Corner allotment - Power passing - Plan your dream home and phone the builder today! LAND
Gail Richards 0409 268 199 309 COMMERCIAL ST WEST, MT GAMBIER
LOADS OF SHEDDING! - - - -
This solid three bedroom Villa is perfectly located for you to live and work from the same location The huge sheds at the rear of the property have been used for business purposes over many years Dimensions of the two larger sheds are 19.5m x 8.2m (approx) and 6.6m x 7.4m (approx), whilst the carport is an additional area of 6.6m x 11m (approx) The quaint home has a North facing lounge room capturing loads of natural light 3 1 10 Contact Sara McManus 0438 708 281
IDEAL STARTER OR INVESTMENT PROPERTY - - - -
Delightfully renovated solid stone home set on a well fenced block with private rear yard and established low maintenance garden adjacent to Parklands Eat in kitchen/dine with ceiling fan, gas cooking facilities and updated white cabinetry with ample storage Renovated bathroom with floor to ceiling wall tiles and separate shower & bath In conjunction with Maxine Tuffnell from Gambier Real Estate 3 1 1 Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266 9 WILLIAM RD, WORROLONG
COUNTRY LIFE AWAITS YOU!! - - - -
Imagine waking up to country life every day…… Lovely four-bedroom, 2 bathroom family home set on 5 acres Huge open plan dining/family area with slow combustion wood heating and r/c split system air conditioning This is your chance to escape to the country! 4 2 2
Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199 TRANSPORTABLE FOR SALE, YAHL $175,000-$185,000
- Have you got a block of land? Looking for an instant place to live? Then check out this fantastic home! - 4 bedrooms, main with WIR & ensuite - Lovely large open plan living area incorporating lounge/dining/kitchen with electric cooking & WI panty - Transport costs are the responsibility of the purchaser Gail Richards 0409 268 199
6 McGregor St, Mt Gambier Auction 15th May 12pm
10.00am - 10.15am
2/6 Germein Crt, Pt MacDonnell $329,000 - $339,000
5.00pm - 5.30pm
3 1 3
154 - 156 Suttontown Rd, Suttontown $370,000
10.00am - 10.30am
4 Fairway Crt, Worrolong $675,000 - $700,000
5.00pm - 5.30pm
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26 Derwent Crt, Mt Gambier $255,000
10.30am - 10.45am
2 Wendy Flint
Jason Malseed + Sam Malseed
4 1 1
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
Sam 8724 9999
Courtney 8724 9999
Selena 8724 9999
13 Walker St, Millicent $165,000
3 1 1
Units 1 & 2/13 Myall St, Mt Gambier $450,000
4 2 2
Jason Malseed + Sam Malseed
Wendy 0468 692 993
4 Degaris St, Mt Gambier $290,000
79 North Tce, Mt Gambier $429,000 - $439,000
Kathy 8733 1989
3 1 2
Kelli 8724 9999
7 Barwon Cres, Mt Gambier $240 per week
3.00pm - 3.15pm
Tanya 8724 9999
Emilia 8724 9999
To apply go to tenantoptions.com.au
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3 1 1 (each)
Veteran support group reaches out
The Limestone Coast Veteran’s Services Hub (LCVSH) was established by one advocate and his service dog in October 2019 and since then has grown in size with four new trainee advocates under the ATDP training program. The hub is running a reach out program to veterans and family across the Limestone Coast with a dual purpose to find veterans in need of help and engage with them and just provide a chance to chat. The hub also works alongside Open ARMS https:// www.openarms.gov.au/ and other like-minded organisations to assist them all in financial guidance and support mechanisms as we as mental health support for families as well. The Limestone Coast Veteran’s Services Hub (LCVSH) is holding a reach out meeting at the Naracoorte RSL on May 27 at 10,45am and there will also be an Ambrose Golf Day on May 23 at the Mount Gambier Golf Club. For more information contact email@example.com
PUBLIC NOTICES TEMPORARY ROAD CLOSURE OF HAIG DRIVE AND DAVISON DRIVE Notice is hereby given pursuant to Section 59 of the Summary Offences Act 1953 that the following roads will be closed to all vehicular traffic to allow for the safe running of the Mother’s Day Classic.
SUNDAY 9 MAY 2021 between 7:00am and 1:00pm Haig Drive (in its entirety) and the section of road from the Valley Lake Playground carpark (eastern side) to the T-junction of Davison Drive will be closed to all traffic. Parking of vehicles in these portions of street during the temporary closures is prohibited. Lynette MARTIN OAM MAYOR
TEMPORARY CLOSURE OF BAY ROAD AND JOHN WATSON DRIVE Pursuant to the authority delegated by the Minister for Transport, the Commissioner of Police has declared the ‘100 Mile Cycling Classic 2021’ is an event which Section 33 of the Road Traffic Act, 1961 applies. Notice is hereby given that the following roads will be closed to vehicle traffic. SATURDAY 15 MAY 2021 from 1:30pm to 3:00pm BAY ROAD:
being the entire length of road between the Bay Road/ John Watson Drive roundabout and Railway Terrace. SUNDAY 16 MAY 2021 from 7:30am to 2:00pm
BAY ROAD/JOHN WATSON DRIVE: being the entire length of road around the Blue Lake. Parking of vehicles in these portions of street during the temporary closures is prohibited. Barbara CERNOVSKIS ACTING CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
WIRE & PAINT BY ROB MCDONALD GALLERY 54 CHRUCH STREET • PENOLA Until April 30
ACROSS 1) Deadly shark 5) Up to the task 9) Poker challenge 14) “The Good Wife” actor Cumming 15) Postal delivery 16) Freak out 17) Skimpy skirt 18) “___ la Douce” 19) Amherst sch. 20) Exceeding one’s wildest dreams 23) Harmony, to a zen master 24) “Bye Bye Bye” group 27) “Who___?” (slangy query) 28) D.C. baseball team 30) “Got it!” 32) ___ Spumante 35) Strikes out 36) New Jersey’s Fort___ 37) Stay out of public view 41) Chemical suffix 42) Hard as___ (tough) 43) Like the Sahara 44) Court divider 45) Justice Dept. employee 46) Stubborn beast 48) Scarlett’s guy 50) Serving dish 54) 2010 Denzel Washington thriller 57) Come clean? 60) Tulsa’s state (Abbr.) 61) Oil cartel 62) Elite military unit 63) Face-to-face exam 64) Sty cry 65) Oscar winner Davis 66) Indian bride’s dress 67) June 6, 1944
DOWN 1) Dance originating in Cuba 2) Roswell visitor, supposedly 3) Kim’s husband 4) Bowlful with chips 5) Surrounded by 6) Snarky comments 7) Key___pie 8) Airline to Israel 9) “Sounds right” 10) Warm and cozy 11) Tiny battery 12) CD predecessors 13) Guitar master Paul 21) PBS funder 22) Lay to rest 25) Very bottom 26) Cook-off dish 28) In recent days 29) Skiers’ paradise 31) Unceremoniously let go 32) Related (to) 33) Passover meal 34) Gear parts 35) “No dawdling!” 38) Object of loathing 39) Coffee bar order 40) Whoppers and Big Macs, e.g. 46) High-pH substance 47) ___ Paulo, Brazil 49) Hawke of Hollywood 50) Of the Arctic 51) Not so hot? 52) Justice Kagan 53) Lucy’s sitcom husband 55) Hecklers’ chorus 56) Cajun veggie 57) Groceries holder 58) Chowed down 59) Pigskin prop
DWYERS BOXING CHAMPIONSHIPS MOUNT GAMBIER SHOWGROUNDS May 1 & 2
COMPTON CFS CADET OPEN DAY COMPTON STATION May 2
PENOLA COONAWARRA ARTS FESTIVAL VARIOUS TIMES & VENUES May 14-16
WOMEN OF THE WORLD PIPPIN ELLIS EXHIBITION HOLLICK ESTATES • COONAWARRA Until May 30
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RURAL RUNDOWN New look Sheepvention on the calendar Sheep Connect is the re-branded agriculture event returning this August The Hamilton Pastoral and Agricultural Society has regrouped following the easing of COVID – 19 regulations in Victoria. As a result, one agricultural event will be offered this year. Sheep Connect will take place on August 2 and 3 at the Hamilton Showgrounds. Trade sites, a conference and Australia’s biggest Merino Ram Sale will be amongst the attractions. Sheepvention president Kathryn Robertson said the committee was still steadfast that a Sheepvention format wassn’t possible this year but easing of restrictions had made the committee rethink their original ideas for this year. “At this stage we will run one event on the usual Sheepvention dates,” she said. “This isn’t Sheepvention though. There won’t be any large trade marquees this year but exhibitors can take up their own marquee package or opt to exhibit in the pavilion. We are anticipating that we will attract 5000 people per day.” With the revamped event this year, regular components of Sheepvention such as the Fashion Parade, Yard Dog competitions, Hamilton & Western District Sheep
Show and the Inventions won’t be held. “Rest assured though, these incredibly important features will be back in 2022,” Ms Robertson said. “As soon as we are able to
run Sheepvention again, we will. This means we will be bringing in all the traditional events and competitions we have held for the last 40 odd years. Much of the Sheepvention community
is disappointed that we are not conducting our usual events. There is a lot of sentiment around the Sheep Show as it has been happening for over 160 years. We appreciate the sheep
show, along with the inventions were the founding elements of Sheepvention. We haven’t forgotten their importance. It is a shame that COVID – 19 has managed to disrupt two years of Sheepvention. We can only look forward to 2022 and amazing event we will have. In the meantime, I encourage as many trade exhibitors (including Sheep studs) and as many Merino stud breeders to support this ram sale and trade show.” Those wishing to participate in the Sheep Connect event are eligible for a 50% subsidy via the Federal Government’s Business Events Grant scheme. There are range of site packages, marketing options, sponsorships and hospitality packages available to businesses wishing to participate. The prospectus and details will all be made available soon at www. hamiltonshowgrounds.com.au Exhibitors who attended Sheepvention in 2019 will receive details emailed in a similar time frame.
RURAL RUNDOWN Mount Gambier Market Report - SHEEP & LAMB There was a smaller lamb yarding of 608 lambs sold and 55 sheep for a total of 663 head. The usual field of buyers followed the sale with less restocker interest. Quality varied from plain lighter lambs to some good medium to heavy trade weights. Light lambs sold from $10 to $20/head cheaper in places as the trade weight lambs and heavy lambs sold unchanged to slightly cheaper a few dollars. The sheep also sold to a cheaper trend overall although the lack of numbers making them difficult to quote. Light lambs sold from mostly $80 to $122/head and the light trade weights made from $122 to $144/head. Medium trade weight lambs 2 and 3 scores sold from $144 to $163/head as they averaged 775c/kg cwt. The heavier trade weight lambs 3 scores made from $160 to a top of $186/head as they averaged from 740c to 760c/kg cwt. Hoggets made from $142 to $180/head. The limited supply of sheep saw the medium weights sell from $130 to $140, heavy ewes sold from $150 to $170 and a few heavy wethers made from $180 to $182/head. Rams sold from $80 to $105/head.
Mount Gambier Market Report - CATTLE Cattle numbers decreased last week as agents offered 397 head which was 296 less. The usual processor buyers attended combined with local restocker and feeder interest. Quality was again mixed from plain to good in most categories. The younger cattle sold to fluctuating demand depending on quality as prices averaged from firm to a few cents cheaper, grown cattle sold from equal to 10c
dearer cows and bulls sold close to unchanged. The good quality vealers sold from 476 to 495c/kg. Heifer yearlings to the trade made from 360c to 472c with a single well presented heifer with weight making to 500c/kg . Feeders and restockers paid from 340c to 500c for yearling steers and from 385c to 480c/kg for heifer yearlings Grown steers sold from 338c to 385c with
restockers paying up to 415c/kg for a pen. Grown heifers to the processors made from 338c to 340c/kg. A few light cows offered sold from 200c to 250c, medium weight beef bred cows made 253c to 308c and the heavy weight beef cows sold from 300c to 316c/kg. Heavy bulls made from 268c to 290c and a young bull sold for 480c/kg.
Hamilton Market Report - SHEEP & LAMBS WEDNESDAY Agents yarded 10,746 lambs at Hamilton last week an decrease of 9673. It was another very good offering of Trade lambs with a similar quality to the previous sale and a few more lambs in the heavy end . Not all the regular processers were in attendance with two major processors not present and most of the regular restockers were in attendance and fully active. Restocking competition was strong and lifted a cog due to the quality on offer. Restockers came from Shepparton Casterton The South East of South Australia and local areas. Light to medium lambs to the trade firm to $5 head softer and the heavy lambs over 30 kgs were $10 cheaper with light 1and 2 score lambs back to the paddock regained their loss of last week to be 10 to 15 dearer restockers paid to$189. Light 12 to 18kg lambs on offer one score made from $90to $160/head, averaging from 650and 1100c/kg cwt. The light trade weight lambs two and three score18 to 22kg sold from $140 to $186/head, to average between 730and 800c/kg cwt. The medium trade weight lambs 22 to 25kg made from $166to $210/head, to average from 730c and 800c/kg cwt. Heavy trade weight lambs 26 to 30kg and over made up to $248head, to average 720c/kg to 780c/kg cwt. Hoggets three score made to $190.
Naracoorte Market Report - SHEEP & LAMBS Numbers fell away as agents yarded 8434 lambs and 1199 sheep to total 9,633 head overall. These sold to a larger field of trade and processor buyers with a number of active restockers also turning lambs back out. Quality was mixed with something to suit all orders with less weight over the offering last week as the market ranged from firm to dearer in price.
Light lambs to the trade made from $63 to $109 as the lightweight trade 2 and 3 score selection sold from $135 to $157/ head. Restockers sourced light lambs from $91 to $119 and they paid from $130 to $158/ head for those with better conditioning. Tradeweight 3 score lambs made from $158 to $182 to average around the 770c/kg cwt area. Heavy lambs
ranged from $178 to $209 as the extra heavy pens returned from $210 to the market high of $280/ head. Hoggets ranged from $150 to $180 as light sheep returned from $96 to $125/head. Medium weighted sheep made from $126 to $164 with theheavy pens making from $158 to the high of $230 as rams made from $70 to $140/head.
Naracoorte Market Report - CATTLE Numbers eased a little as agents yarded 924 head of liveweight and open auction cattle. These sold to the usual field of trade and processor buyers with not all of these being active throughout the offering. Feeders were present and active, while there was a decrease in restocker support this week. Quality improved with more cattle coming forward that had been supplementary fed grain as the market produced some mixed results in price. Yearling steers to the trade ranged from 400c to 495c, with a lift of 10c to 12c/kg. Similar heifers made from 368c to 476c to lose up to 10c/kg. Feeders sought steers from 390c to 480c, and heifers from 420c to 476c/kg. Restockers operated on steers from 450c to 500c, and heifers from 482c to also 500c/kg. Grown steers and bullocks were small in number and they ranged in price from 356c to 378c, with feeder activity here from 380c to 390c/kg. Grown heifers to the trade made from 330c to 386c, with feeders active from 318c to 378c/kg. Manufacturing steers ranged from 275c to 326c/kg. Heavy weight cows remained firm in price as they returned from 288c to 324c/kg. The light weight types made from 253c to 282c/kg. Bulls ranged from 220c to 300c/kg.
Millicent Market Report Agents yarded 228 liveweight cattle at the Millicent Saleyards last week. A single calf was offered on open auction. A decrease in 128 head in the yarding of mostly good quality cattle was offered to the regular processor buying field. There was spirited bidding for lighter, feeder cattle. A small run of finished steers ranged from 270 c/kg to 403 c/kg. Yearling steers ranged from 330 c/kg to 482 c/kg and young heifers from 305 c/kg to 485 c/kg. A small number of grown heifers made 360 c/kg. Cows sold from 230 c/kg to 316 c/kg. Two bulls were offered, returning 260 c/kg to 280 c/kg. The yarding averaged 410.03 c/kg, an decrease of 20 c/kg on the previous fortnight. The next sale at the Millicent Saleyards will be held on Wednesday, May 5.
Hamilton Market Report SHEEP & LAMBS THURSDAY Agents yarded 3854 sheep last week, a reduction of 6557. It was a very mixed offering and the overall quality was good to very plain with few heavy weights on offer. Not all the regular buyers were in attendance or fully active in a sale that was firm to $5 dearer over most categories. The exception was the 30kg plus heavy weights, at $5/head softer. Hoggets sold to $166/head. Light weight 1 and 2 score ewes sold from $98 to $114/head to average between 600c and 633c/kg cwt. Medium weight sheep 2 and 3 score sold from $127 to $172/head averaging around 610c to 680c/kg cwt. Heavy merino ewes sold from $154 to $172/head. Heavy merino wethers made from $168 to $199/head. Heavy crossbred ewes sold to a top of $230/head averaging 606c/kg cwt. The general cost of mutton to be around 630c to 680c/kg cwt. Rams, terminal sires to $120 and Merino rams to $140/head.
Have your say on spending Limestone Coast Landscape board planning for the future Future priorities for the Limestone Coast Landscape Board levy funds are up for discussion with the business plan now available for community consultation. Now is the chance for the community to provide feedback on the Business Plan. The Limestone Coast Landscape Board Business Plan provides extensive insight into the levy funds and priority spending for the 2021-2022 financial year. With a strong focus on collaborating, engaging and educating the community alongside protection of our region’s valuable resources, and working towards a shared sustainable future the Limestone Coast Landscape Board has distributed funds accordingly. Limestone Coast Landscape board chair Penny Schulz (pictured) said the Limestone Coast Landscape Board was keen to involve community members in the business plan consultation. “It not only provides an opportunity for genuine feedback, but can also help to build a better understanding of the plan structure and levy fees,” Ms Schulz said. “Our business plan is to help us deliver on our strategic priorities and focus areas, and working closely with the
community and key stakeholders is important to achieve this.” Ms Schulz encouraged interested community members to take a look at the Business Plan and become involved. The Limestone Coast Landscape Board will not increase the landscape or water levies by CPI in 2021/22, in response to cost pressures experienced by levy payers as a result of COVID-19. The Business Plan is open for community consultation until April 30. If you would like more information on the Business Plan contact the planning team on (08) 87351204.
RURAL RUNDOWN Shining a spotlight on economic growth in the State’s regions Five key areas earmarked as priorities in new strategy
A South Australian-first blueprint to drive economic growth in the State’s regions and create jobs across a range of industries has been released by the Marshall Liberal Government. The Our Regions Matter blueprint focuses on five key areas to drive growth: Regional Voice, Regional Connectivity, Regional Leadership and Skills, Regional Services and Regional Investment. Premier Steven Marshall (pictured bottom right) , who released the blueprint and launched the Our Regions Matter website in Port Lincoln last week, said South Australia’s regions are the economic powerhouse that drives prosperity for the whole State. “Our Regions Matter contributing around $29 billion per year to the South Australian economy across a range of industries including farming, fishing, mining, manufacturing and tourism,” Premier Marshall said. “Just under 150,000 people are employed in regional South Australia and it’s important we do everything we can to drive economic growth in our regions, creating local jobs. “This is why we are investing over $3 billion across more than 1,000 projects across the regions, to create thousands of jobs and better lives for South Australians across our regions, focused on health, education and sport. “I am proud to release a South Australian Governmentfirst Regional Development Strategy to work positively and strategically with communities to grow our regions. “This strategy will be supported by the new Our Regions Matter
website which will allow residents to search the investments which are being made to improve services in their communities and businesses to explore which regions to establish and create jobs.” Minister for Primary Industries and Regional Development David Basham (pictured above nottom left) said the Marshall Liberal Government was committed to improving life in regional South Australia. “Our historic Regional Development Strategy recognises the importance of our regions to the state economy and identifies key areas to focus on to help deliver key projects and create local jobs,” Minister Basham said. “Under our plan families will thrive as new schools are built, sporting facilities are revitalised and hospitals receive significant upgrades to ensure better healthcare close to home. “Having a co-ordinated approach to regional development will help build resilience and confidence in regional communities and industries. “We have consulted extensively with regional communities on what is needed in a regional development strategy to improve opportunities
for those who live and work in the country. “The Strategy supports the work the Government has already been delivering, investing in health, education and sport facilities, enhancing local ownership of services by establishing decentralised local health networks and regional Landscapes SA boards and building new mobile phone towers and upgrading roads. “Our Community Advisory Panel, chaired by Mark Sutton (Chair, Regional Development Australia Far North South Australia), has done significant work consulting with regional communities and providing recommendations to the government – and for this I thank them.” Mr Sutton said of importance to regional South Australian communities were services, growth and jobs. “The liveability of regional communities is vital with a focus on health, education, community clubs, sporting facilities and job creation.” The Regional Development Strategy and details of key regional projects are available on the Our Regions Matter website at regionsmatter.sa.gov.au
Smart agriculture in focus The digital potential of regional economies, communities and industry will be the key focus of a trailblazing festival being held in Greater Hamilton. Tickets are now on sale for next month’s Digital Innovation and Smart Agriculture (DISA) 2021 Festival, with participants encouraged to take advantage of the earlybird 10% discount which ends May 11. It’s the second time that Southern Grampians Shire Council has hosted the festival, building on the success of the inaugural event in 2019, which attracted attendees and exhibitors from across Australia. “While DISA19 demonstrated the ways that rural communities were embracing new technology and innovation to gain an edge, the theme for DISA21 is ‘Creating Smart Regions’, looking beyond Council boundaries to implement innovative practices, partnerships and technology to uplift regions,” event coordinator Leesa Iredell said. “If you’re working in Agribusiness or on a farm, private business, government or an agency - or if you’re simply interested in helping to grow a smart community and a regional digital economy - we would love to see you at DISA21.” Day one of the festival will feature two separate streams based on Smart Agriculture and Smart Communities. At the Hamilton Exhibition and Conference Centre, delegates can connect with experts as they detail the benefits and drawbacks of utilising new technologies in agriculture. Workshops will cover Precision Land Management and Planning Technology; Stock Handling, Monitoring and Management Technology; and IoT Infrastructure Monitoring, Farm Safety and Security. A walking tour outlining Hamilton’s current digital connectivity and future potential will form part of the Smart Community stream, along with a morning forum examining the benefits and Challenges experienced by various Victorian councils when it comes to the application of IoT technology in their regions. The 2021 program also features an engaging list of speakers including Churchill Fellow Zoe Eather (pictured top right), an experienced consultant and
engineer with a passion for Smart Communities, and internationallyrecognised food systems innovation expert Sarah Nolet (pictured above bottom), who is the CEO and Founder of global food and agriculture strategy firm AgThentic. Both keynote speakers will appear at a morning conference on Wednesday, May 26. From late Wednesday morning, the program will again dovetail into two separate streams with a Smart Agriculture or Smart Community Focus, bringing more incredible opportunities to learn from both the experts and peers who have already taken up the challenge to create Smart Regions. Greater Hamilton’s tech theme continues on Friday, May 28, with the FREE Digital Education and Innovation Hub (DigiHub) at the HUB, Gray St, Hamilton, from 2pm-7pm. Targeting STEAM students, tinkerers, gamers and tech heads, DigiHub will feature the latest drones, virtual reality, 3D printers, animation devices, robots and gadgets, along with a variety of education providers offering insights into career pathways in digital creative industries. For further information and tickets, see disafestival.com.au or contact event coordinator Leesa Iredell on 0458 724 011
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I don’t know what to call this one... A Canberra man letterboxed 200 houses in his neighbourhood this week asking if anyone was prepared to help him create (procreate) an heir. What you talkin’ bout Willis? A Canberra man sent out a flyer to 200 houses in his neighbourhood this week asking if anyone would have a baby with him. I’ll be honest, this feels like about a month of Robbie Tansel Collected Stupidity articles. Let’s just start with, if you’re going to find a baby mumma,I suspect you’ve got to spread your net a little wider. I’m not convinced that if I sent out a little pamphlet to the houses in my neighbourhood I’m
going to find someone ready to have sexy boom boom with me for starters. Just for the record, I don’t normally call it sexy boom boom but it seems more PG for the purposes of Lifestyle1. But if I think to my street, next door is a gentleman and his wife who are in their early 40s but don’t have children, an older couple in their 60s who I think are past having babies, a family with three kids, a single guy, an older couple who have two daughters in their late teens/early 20s, another older couple with two sons about the same age, an older lady in her late 60s, an older Italian lady in her early 70s, another woman in her early 40s, a married couple in their early 50s, another older couple with a 40 year old son still at home, a younger married couple with a newborn son, another family with two children about 10 years old, another lady in her late 50s and my elderly neighbours on the other side. I know that’s only about 15 houses, but I don’t think I’ve found a potential partner in creating my heir. Cut out the men. That just won’t work as I understand the process. The older ladies are at a point in their life where it just won’t happen. I hope we all know that kids are a big no-no. Several others are committed which I’d presume rules them out, and if they’re wanting another child they could talk to their current partner. Out of the possibly three other possibilities, I suspect they’ll all decide they need to get their nails done or something. It was hard enough convincing the
person who eventually produced my heirs to produce heirs with me. I’ll be honest, based on my experience in my twenties, I think it would take significantly more than 200 houses before I’d find a female who would think, “I don’t have much on for the weekend, or the next nine months for that matter. might have a baby with a complete stranger.” On the flip side of this, I suspect that if a woman decided she wanted to have a baby, she could put her flyer in significantly less than 200 letterboxes and expect success. In fact I’d put the number at about three. And three is just me playing it safe. Probably one. In fact when she’s standing at the photocopier photocopying her flyer, I’m backing that a bloke walks past and says, “You want to have a baby. Count me in.” Going back to the gentleman, how desperate have you gotten when your best opportunity for sexy boom boom is putting flyers in your neighbours’ mailboxes? Surely you can go to a bar and meet a young lady. I’m not saying that’s easy, but surely it has a better chance of success than flyer in the mailbox?! I don’t know about the rest of you, but most of the things that lob in my mailbox go in the bin without being read. A headline of, “Do you want to have a kid with me?” may catch my attention, but there’s no guarantee. And let’s just say that you did happen to get a phone call from a woman who said, “I got your flyer looking for someone to have
a baby with you. I’m keen to get involved.” What sort of woman is on the other end of that phone? She’s not a good Christian woman for starters. They don’t believe in that sort of stuff. You are talking to a woman who clearly has extremely low expectations. She doesn’t
need to see you or know anything about you before investigating having your baby. Ordinarily, I would describe the perfect woman as being one who has very low expectations. Any partner for me needs to be difficult to disappoint because I don’t have a lot going for me. I won’t dazzle you with my good looks. I’m not going to enthral you with fascinating conversation. And I smell kind of weird. But if I can get you into bed with a flyer in the mailbox, even I think you’ve got to raise your standards. Like I said, I think I’ll be talking about this one for the next three weeks so that’s something to look forward to. Email me at email@example.com if you’d like me to put a flyer in your mailbox, wink wink, nudge nudge. I think I saved the best line of the article for right then.
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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 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. 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: email@example.com For any queries or further information about the role, please contact Andrew Hoath firstname.lastname@example.org or 0418 854 269. Applications close Friday 30 April 2021.
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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 Applications including a covering letter and resume should be emailed to email@example.com and received no later than 5:00 pm Friday 30th April 2021.
Boandik is a leading provider of services to the aged and disabled in the South East of South Australia with the head office based in Mount Gambier.
You have the opportunity to join a cohesive team of professionals as Clinical Nurse at the Lake Terrace homes. The position is full-time, 76 hours per fortnight and will be responsible for effective clinical and holistic care for 88 residents, ensuring the care is meeting the needs of each individual.
O.G.R. seeks an enthusiastic, well presented person to work in our Parts Department as a parts interpreter.
We offer: • A friendly and supportive work environment • Extensive salary packaging • Opportunities for professional and personal development
Minimum Year 11, plus a keen interest in the automotive industry is essential with a current driver’s licence.
We are seeking a person who has: • Excellent clinical assessment skills • Extensive nursing experience • Empathy and understanding for the individual • Effective communication and interpersonal skills • Initiative and self-motivation
This position offers a career path in a modern dealership environment.
Any further enquiries and applications including a statement addressing the key responsibilities and details of 2 referees to the above email address or to:-
Hand written applications to: The Parts Manager Kym Sykes OG Roberts & Co PO Box 546 Mount Gambier SA 5290
Human Resource Manager Boandik 101 Lake Terrace East Mount Gambier SA 5290 Ph: (08) 8725 7377
Applications close Thursday 29th April 2021 For a confidential chat to discuss the position, please call Parts Manager, Kym Sykes on (08) 8724 1160
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Expressions of Interest 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
Mill Hand Operator – Multiple Positions Available Day / Afternoon / Weekend Shift N.F. McDonnell & Sons are a leader in the softwood timber industry providing quality products to both the domestic and export markets. Based in Mount Gambier and established in 1944 our company has always stayed true to its motto of “continual improvement is how we do business”. Our sawmill boasts the most state of the art equipment and technology for processing small diameter sawlogs in Australia. We are seeking expressions of interest for multiple positions across our operations. Essential Key Competencies: • 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 • 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 Desirable: • A current High Risk Forklift licence would be highly regarded Any queries about this position will be treated with strictest of confidentiality and can be addressed to Stuart Husband. A Cover Letter addressing the Essential Key Competencies and a Resume can be emailed to email@example.com and received no later than 5.00pm on Friday 7th May 2021
Sales Duncan McGregor 0407 722 983 Jill Collins 0400 598 327 Roz Crispino 0419 366 649
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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: firstname.lastname@example.org For any queries or further information about the role, please contact Andrew Hoath email@example.com or 0418 854 269. Applications close Friday 30 April 2021.
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Pioneers Men bounce back as women lose nailbiter
The OneFortyOne Mount Gambier Pioneers have bounced back from a tough round one loss to secure a 32 point victory over Sandringham, scoring 122 points in a scoring frenzy. The Pioneers Men shot at better than 50 percent from three point territory and were never troubled, winning the first three quarters before drawing the final term. Duom Dawam was on fire with a game high 32 points and 16 rebounds. Tom Daly turned back the clock with a 25 point haul and an equal game high five assists, with Kane de Wit (pictured) also on fire with five assists. Tom Kubank and Erik Burdon also contributed to the scoreboard, while Kyle Tipene was perfect from beyond the arc, converting three from three. The Sabres spoiled the Pioneers women’s comeback attempt to lock in its second win of the season After a close first term, the Sabres pulled away in the second and third quarters on the back of a massive performance from Opals captain Jenna O’Hea. The experienced forward was scoring from all over the court on the way to a 27-point, six rebound and five assist outing. Leading 54-41 going into the last quarter, Sandringham were feeling confident, however the Pioneers were far from done, led by 17 points and 10 rebounds from Hannah Young, battling back into the game and tying the scores at 66-66 with only minutes to go. It would not be enough in the end, as some clutch shooting from O’Hea helped secure the win for Sandringham, 72-70.
Western Border Football SENIORS East Gambier 4.0 9.9 12.10 18.14 (122) Casterton Sandford 1.1 2.2 6.2 8.3 (51) Goals - East: J. Harrap, T. Lockwood 3; J. Plunkett, B. Rathjen, R. Flamank, M. Rumbelow 2; S. Lock, S. Balshaw, B. Nunan, M. McCallum. Casterton Sandford: D. Ayton, R. Killey 2; A. McKinnon, J. Gibbs, D. Cleary, J. Boulton. Best - East: J. Harrap, J. Fry, J. Eldridge, J. Plunkett, G. Cooper, S. Balshaw. Casterton Sandford: D. Ayton, J. Gibbs, M. Killey, D. Cleary, S. Broomby, J. Boulton. Millicent 4.0 5.6 10.7 11.9 (75) West Gambier 0.3 3.8 3.11 8.14 (62) Goals - Millicent: G. Robinson 10; T. Reid. West: J. Williams, J. Schapel 2; R. Lindner, J. Coombe, M. Waldron, T. Holmes. Best - Millicent: G. Robinson, F. Bradley, S. Gray, B. Shanks, C. Gallio, N. Lang. West: T. Holmes, J. Coombe, E. Giddings. SOUTH GAMBIER V NORTH GAMBIER (ANZAC DAY) Check out our facebook page for details RESERVES East Gambier 21.14 (140) d Casterton Sandford 1.2 (8) Westr Gambier 7.7 (49) d Millicent 7.5 (47) UNDER 18 Millicent 12.10 (82) d West Gambier 4.7 (31) UNDER 16 West Gambier 6.9 (45) d Millicent 4.7 (31) East Gambier 6.13 (49) d Casterton Sandford 2.2 (14) South Gambier Red 5.0 (30) d North Gambier 3.6 (24)s UNDER 14 Millicent 8.10 (58) d West Gambier 1.0 (6) East Gambier 10.10 (70) d Casterton Sandford 0.1 (1) North Gambier 7.14 (56) d South Gambier Red 2.2 (14)
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WHS / HR Officer
Saw Technician 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 Sawshop Manager. Your main responsibilities will be to safely and efficiently undertake trade duties relating to saw maintenance and saw sharpening in respect of a wide range of timber mill machinery across the Jubilee Sawmill Site. Key selection criteria will be based on your demonstrated skills and attributes: • 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 • Have a professional, positive, can do attitude. Skills are important however the right attitude is essential To be considered for this position you must have the relevant trade qualification 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: firstname.lastname@example.org
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O’Brien Electrical Mount Gambier are currently seeking a WHS/HR Officer to join our customer focused team. Known for our strong culture of employee welfare, safety and quality, we are seeking a candidate who will support our culture. Working directly with the senior management team, you will evaluate, develop, implement, and maintain policies and procedures to support our team through training and mentoring. The position is part time (24 hours/week), and you will have the opportunity to work within our existing teams with the mandate to develop best practices delivering HR and WHSE compliance in written and on-thejob formats. There is an option for hours to be flexible and/or a portion to be done from home.
We are looking for a confident leader who has experience in developing and establishing effective HR practices with effective knowledge of safety and injury management systems for a diverse organisation. To be successful in the role you will also have experience in the provision of service in human resource management and a practical knowledge of Work Health and Safety risk management as such, you ideally will have the following skills: • • • • • •
End to end recruitment (Screen, interview and reference check candidates) Coordinate onboarding and induction processes Triage employee HR queries Maintenance of employee files and HR reporting Training coordination and administration Delivery and support of a WHS&E Management System, including documentation, processes and tools to meet the required framework. • Implementation and delivery of information, systems, audits and processes to meet regulatory reporting requirements for safety and internal company and customer contractual reporting requirements. Ideally, you will have experience in a similar role and hold the following: • Previous experience in a HR Administrator, Recruitment or HR Coordinator role or relevant HR qualifications. • Certificate IV in WHS and/or documented experience in WHS&E • You are motivated by building collaborative connections with our internal staff and external clients • You have the desire to make your mark within a growing brand • Ability to work in cloud based systems • Experience working autonomously as well as collaboratively in a team with a dedicated approach If you are a highly motivated and energetic individual, looking for a challenge and to make their mark on the growth of a successful awardwinning company, then we would like to hear from you. Please email your resume and covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org by 30th April.
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Teams event proves a winner
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SPORT Patron Saint of netball Cassie Dinnison reaches 250 games in style
On a very chilly but clear day 32 ladies participated in the Harvey Day Medley Three Person Stableford. The women thoroughly enjoyed this format playing as a team, thus engendering a camaraderie amongst everyone. This day was generously sponsored by Lois and Denise Harvey. The successful combination, winning on a countback was vice captain Jan Shanahan,Vicki Clark, and Helen McIntyre with 74 points. This team really consolidated their scores amassing 22 points on the last three holes. Helen McIntyre contributing nine points herself paring the16th, 17th and 18th holes. Taking out second place, with 74 points also, were Heather Teakle, Maureen Sims and Donna Jennings. Heather Teakle scored four points on the 9th hole with a great birdie. There was acknowledgement for the best score of the day and this went to Helen McIntyre with a nice 37 points. Helen was the only player to play below her handicap in the heavy conditions. The Pro Shot, winning three balls, went to visitor Linda Winterborn. Second Shot on the 6th hole winners were A Grade Helen Gregory, B Grade Yvonne Shirley and C Grade Lois Harvey. Collecting a ball each in the ball rundown were the teams of three – Yvonne Shirley, Marie Douglas and Anne Headlam (72 points) and Faye Mainwaring, Heather Chapman and Di O’Donnell (69 points). This week’s competition will be the Monthly Medal , incorporating the 2nd round of the International Bowl, 2nd round of the Handicap Championship and Putting competition. WINNERS ARE GRINNERS: Sponsor Denise Harvey with winners Helen McIntyre, Jan Shanahan, Vicki Clark and sponsor Lois Harvey.
Western Border Netball
A GRADE Millicent 76 (L. Duldig, D. Verbena) d West Gambier 60 (S. Ritter, N. Facey); East Gambier 95 (T. Gray, E. Hunter) d casterton Sandford 12 (S. Jarrad, T. Broomby) A RESERVE Millicent 59 (S. Ellis, A, Craig) d West Gambier 40 (H. Foster, C. Hunter); East Gambier 49 (M. Richardson, A. Geraghty) d Casterton Sandford 34 (M. Rice, Z. Crwaford) B GRADE Millicent 60 (K. Walker, J. Matthews) d West Gambier 35 (A. Mann, D. Kamara) C GRADE Millicent 38 (A. Batten, C. Coghlan) d West Gambier 16 (K. Earle, C. Duryea); Casterton sandford 55 (A. McKinnon, K. Harvey) d East Gambier 30 (Z. Cornolo, B. Grosser) 17 & UNDER Millicent 85 (L. Denton, D. Tunkin) d West Gambier 51 (Z. Malseed, T. Bryant); Casterton Sandford 51 (C. Humphries, C. Foster) d East Gambier 33 (A. Bosko, K. Dempsey) 15 & UNDER A Millicent 51 (L. Paul, E. Easterby) d West Gambier 25 (L. Croker, A. Pearson); East Gambier 38 (A. Beveridge, J. Davis) d Casterton Sandford 23 (P. Carlin, M. Putton) 15 & UNDER B Millicent 27 (M. Matthews, M. Gysbers) d West Gambier 26 (E, Jolley, M. Pearson); Casterton Sandford 35 (I. Longhurst, P. Carlin) d East Gambier 24 (I. Dwyer, T. Geraghty) 13 & UNDER A Millicent 58 (M. Lunch, P. Paul) d West Gambier 17 (E. Jolley, M. Vivian); East Gambier 24 (M. Beveridge, L. Foster) d Casterton Sandford 17 (O. Nolte, B. Carlin) 13 & UNDER B Millicent 21 (K. Dunn, L. Rainsford) d West Gambier 13 (L. Pearson, A, Humphries); Casterton Sandford 28 (O. Nolte, B. Carlin) d East Gambier 12 (J. O’Dea, T. Kemp) 11 & UNDER Millicent 18 (L. Matthews, A. Thompson) d West Gambier11 (S. Richards, R. Lamb); East Gambier 10 (L. Harris, A. Olsen) d Casterton Sandford 7 (C. Kurzman, B. Mutch)
It was love that brought Cassie Dinnison to the Nangwarry Netball Club and a different kind of love that saw her stay, racking up 250 games for the Saints and creating a legacy that sees her as one of the most respected player on and off the court. She moved to Nangwarry in 2000 to play at the same club as her partner, Adam Dinnison, and the rest, as they say, is history. Dinnison has been part of a Nangwarry Netball Club that has faced some tough challenges but she has continued to put her hand up to play, umpire, coach and every other job on offer. “Needless to say at times it has been very tough, especially on the playing side when we have struggled to find players to fill an A grade team, we never have an issue with numbers just lack the experience we need to competitive in the higher grades,” Dinnison said. But she has not wavered and has done everything in her power to develop the club’s young talent in the hope the Saints can return to the halcyon days of A Grade premierships, built on the back of the likes of club icons Kirsty Johnson and Kathleen Duffy. “I continue to stay for a few reasons,” Dinnison said. “My whole family on Adam’s side is involved in Nangwarry both footy and netball. I have meet and made some amazing people who I continue to be friends with. I feel like after all these years Nangwarry is my club and I am passionate about our club, so along with my committee am hoping to make the right changes to make Nangwarry successful once again on the court and off.” Dinnison continues to be an asset as a player – her experience makes her a critical on court leader as the Saints continue to struggle in the top grade and then her work as a coach is what she hopes will see the club improve enough to be a contender again. “I strive to develop our juniors and have a passion to helping the younger ones develop and really enjoy their netball,” Dinnison said. “As club president not only do I want to see success and development but also want people to enjoy their netball as I have.” Dinnison has spent many years facing off against some of the best players the Mid South East Netball Association has seen, having made her mark in all three areas of the court, but she has also been able to play alongside those stars in
representative netball and those interleague experiences rate as some of her fondest. “In the early years I learnt so much from the coaches and players I played with and I felt some years I could learn more in a few months with some of the coaches I had or more experienced players, than in a year playing,” Dinnison said. “I enjoyed being able to play with players from other clubs. You make so many long term friendships doing this. Even today I still encourage kids to go for that and the experience.” Just as Dinnison is influencing the careers of so many young Saints, so she has had some wonderful mentors during her long and illustrious career. “Sharne Peacock from Glencoe taught me so much in the early years,” Dinnison said. “I was lucky to have Sharne as my coach in Under 17s where we won a premiership and then when I moved into A Grade at 15. I got to play with her and she was the one who guided me to player I am today.” Tracie Duldig also rated as mention as an influence on Dinnison’s career. “Although I only got a short time with her, she developed me even further, her experience really made me become smarter in how I played and improved my passing
and feeding,” Dinnison said. And Kathleen Duffy was always going to rate mention – the star defender casts a huge shadow over the Nangwarry Netball Club. “She always believed in me as a player and gave me the confidence i needed,” Dinnison said. “Being amazing player herself I really took on everything she said and really aspired to be as good as her. Duff really developed my game especially defensively.” Dinnison boasts around two decades of representative netball and has been part of SA Country Championship winning teams, while the individual accolades have flowed since 1993 when she won the Under 17 association best and fairest. She was named the Best Under 21 Player in 1998 and was runner up in the A Grade count in 2004 and was named more than half a dozen times in Team of the Year across three associations – Mid South East; Western Border & Mount Gambier Netball Association. But for all the accolades and representative success, the 250 gamer has one wish. “I just wanted a premiership in A Grade but that boat has sailed – it would just be nice to get one premiership with Nangwarry before I retire.”
Attamurra stableford Fourteen ladies participated in a Stableford round last Saturday at the Attamurra Golf Club and the winning player was the enthusiastic Janina Morrison ,who played a very consistent game registering 18 points on the Front and back nine - totalling 36 points. In second place was Sharon Waters, who had a very good Front Nine with 21 points and carding 14 points on the hard back nine. Penne Saffin was the next best player taking out third placing with 31 points.
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Panthers dominate as Cats win thriller
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The South East Coast basketball League winds up its summer season
The much anticipated match up between the Panthers and Cats took place on home soil for the Cats in Millicent. Cats earnt the right to the host the game after defeating Panthers earlier in the final series. The Panthers got the job done the previous week against the Bulldogs Blue setting up the grand final between the top two
ranked teams. Panthers, with only five players, were ready and got of to the perfect start with a Brad Rathjen three pointer - never looking back. By the end of the first quarter Panthers had held the home side to six points and opened up a 15 point lead. Harry Mules, of Cats, found
some space in the second quarter for five quick points to cut into the double figure lead, however Panthers had all the answers leading by 18 at the half. The second half did not get much better for Cats as Panthers were one step ahead and continued to increase their lead. Mules did his best in a losing effort
with 15 points and was supported by fellow big Josh Murphy with 14 points. Panthers were led by game MVP Rob Hein (pictured below right) who led all scorers with 23 points. League MVP was awarded to Panthers’ Kyle Tipene (pictured below far left), who led from the front all season and finished second in the league scoring, averaging 22.07 points per game. The women’s game was an all-Millicent matchup with Saints taking on Cats, who were boosted by the return of Emily Winter, who has recently moved to Adelaide to compete in the NBL1 Central competition for Woodville. Young Cats star Lucy Denton got her side off to a flyer with the first four points of the game before a Jasmin Howe three point got Saints on the board. Both teams found
Inpressive score wins 2-4-2
Indoor bowls results Kimberly-Clark Australia Pennants - Round 2 Wandilo Water Rats 61 d Moorak Blue 46, Glenburnie 77 d Yahl 29, Mt Gambier Bowls Club 49 d RSL & District 47, Post-Tel 92 d Blue Lake Bowlers White 28, Saints 65 d Kongorong 54, d Glencoe 62 d Moorak Red 57, Commercial Club 70 d Blue Lake Bowlers Blue 37, Mil Lel Bye. Shield Qualification Premiership Table after round 2 Post-Tel 4 points, 273.01%; Commercial Club 4, 212.85; Wandilo Water Rats 4,153.08; Mt Gambier Bowls Club 4, 134.44; Mil Lel 2, 135.18; Glenburnie 2, 121.73; Saints 2, 106.30; RSL & District Gold 2, 103.09; Glencoe 2, 89.23; Blue Lake Bowlers Blue 2, 76.42; Kongorong 0, 86.44; Moorak Red 0, 64.78; Moorak Blue 0, 56.42; Blue Lake Bowlers White 0, 43.29; Yahl 0, 37.66.
Last week 32 players put their names down to take part in the 2-4-2 game played over 20 ends at the Millicent Bowls Club. Before going out to play, tournament director Derek Bowering welcomed Wayne
Reed and Trudy and Murray Hannaford to the club, who are visiting the area, and also welcomed back to the club Carl Schapel. who has been playing State bowls for the last few years. The winning pair with a great
different ways to score in the first quarter, however Cats held on to a seven point lead at the first break. Howe scored the first eight points of the second quarter giving Saints a one point lead but Cats responded behind the play of Madi Haggett and Denton, regaining and holding on to the lead at half time. The third quarter was owned by Cats as they extended the lead. Saints struggled to contain Cats players on defence and found themselves fouling too often. In the last quarter, trailing by 20, Howe gave her side some hope with a quick eight points, and Saints were able to cut the lead back to three points with five minutes remaining. However, they ran out of gas and couldn’t quite get over the final hurdle of taking the lead as Cats held on to win by six points. Game MVP was awarded to Madi Haggett (pipctured below right) of Cats, who had 16 points and made a significant contribution on both ends of the court. League MVP was awarded to Saint Jasmin Howe (pictured below centre), who led the league in scoring, averaging 18.17 points per game. RESULTS SECBL Men Panthers 82 (R Hein 23, K Tipene 22) d Cats 61 (H Mules 15, J Murphy 14) SECBL Women Cats 74 (E Winter 21, L Denton 19) d Saints 68 (J Howe 28, M Pulmer 12)
score of 36+32 only losing four ends for the game was the team of Kym Stewart(Kalangadoo Club) and Malcolm Wrigt, Second place went to the team of Derrek Lindh and Andre Reinders with a score of 33+15. Other winning teams were, Eddie Hann, Alan Correll 32+16, Rob Chambers, Peter Varcoe 32+6, John Eldridge, Sarah Ross 31+6, Peter Dunnicliff, Rod Gibbs 31+3, Lyn Scudds, Neil Whelan 30+2 and Ian Ross, Mary Clifford 29+3. 2-4-2 WINNERS: (Left) Kym Stewart & Malcolm Wright 2-4-2 RUNNERS UP: (Right) Derrek Lindh & Andrea Reinders
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JILL 0400 598 327 DUNCAN 0407 722 983 ROSANGELA 0419 366 649 Kalangadoo 2.1 8.3 10.5 16.7 (103) Mt Burr 3.1 3.2 4.4 4.5 (29) Goals - Kalangadoo: B. Mules 4; T. Serle, M. Krieger 3; T. McManus 2; L. Jones, A. Stone, B. Gregory, M. Lowe. Mt Burr: J. Gregory 3; S. Wallis. Best - Kalangadoo: T. McManus, M. Fatchen, B. gregory, J. Mules. Mt Burr: S. Wallis, T. Allen, J. Wallis, J. Wallis, J. Muhovics, B. Scott. Glencoe 3.6 5.11 12.15 17.18 (120) Tantanoola 2.3 2.8 3.9 5.13 (43) Goals - Glencoe: D. Childs 5; A. Hentschke 3; P. Mitchell, M. McRae 2; J. Edmonds, J. Blackwell, Z. Cocks, T. Edwards, D. Pfitzner. Tantanoola: B. Pitts 2; B. Reilly, C. Saint, W. Scanlon. Best -Glencoe: D. Childs, Z. Cocks, B. Glynn, P. Mitchell, T. Edwards, J. Blackwell. Kongorong 4.2 8.8 13.13 19.17 (131) Nangwarry 2.4 3.5 5.6 9.6 (60) Goals - Kongorong: C. Sandercock 10; D. Pochec-Gordon, M. Cordy 2; J. Simkin, B. Cordy, D. Hann, C. Schultz, L. McIntyre. Nangwarry: C. Lock 2; K. Whitehouse,I; Raymond, A. Mills, L. Thomson, J. Virtanen, R. Zerk. Best - Kongorong: M. Weistra, C. Sandercock, B. Cordy, D. Pochec-Gordon, B. Weaver. Nangwarry: J. McKeon, G. McWaters, J. Virtanen, I. Raymond, B. Arundell, L. Thomson. Robe 6.3 6.4 10.13 13.14 (92) Hatherleigh 3.4 5.10 5.12 8.14 (62) Goals - Robe: R. Dickenson 4; B. Foulds, J. Kelly, Z. Deane 2; E. Regnier, S. Clements, J. pettit. Hatherleigh: B. Wight 2; J. Dowdy, J. Sullivan, J. Skeer, J. Telford, J. Galpin, J. Wight. Best - Robe: G. Dutton, J. Pettit, T. Williams, T. Wachtel, R. Dickenson. Hatherleigh: J. Skeer, W. Chay, M. Telford, J. Wight, L MacGregor. RESERVES Kalangadoo 18.14 (122) d Mt Burr 5.1 (31) Glencoe 12.11 (83) d Tantanoola 6.6 (42) Kongorong 19.15 (129) d Nangwarry 3.0 (128) Hatherleigh 8.6 (54) d Robe 3.3 (21) SENIOR COLT Mt Burr 10.11 (71) d Kalangadoo 2.2 (14) Tantanoola 8.5 (53) d Glencoe 7.5 (47) Kongorong 23.15 (153) d Nangwarry 3.0 (18) JUNIOR COLTS Kalanagdoo d Mt Burr (Foifeit) Glencoe 6.3 (39) d Tantanoola 2.4 (16) Kongorong 6.9 (45) d Nangwarry 1.3 (9) Hatherleigh 7.6 (48) d Robe 5.4 (34)
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SENIORS Keith 2.4 7.7 12.8 19.11 (125) Penola 1.2 1.4 6.5 7.5 (47) Goals - Keith: B. Simounds 6; W. McMurray, C. Blake, A. Innes 3; W. Schreiber 2; A. Dunstan, S. Tooley. Penola: J. Robbie 3; J. Currie 2; S. Gartner, B. Bryant. Best - Keith: S. Schreiber, W. Schreiber, W. McMurray, B. Simounds, G. Johnson, N. Heinrich. Penola: L. Walker, B. Bryant, D. Porter, S. Merrett, B. Crabb, S. Gartner. Padthaway 2.4 6.4 8.7 14.11 (95) Mundulla 1.3 9.4 10.6 14.7 (91) Goals - Padthaway: T. Cox 7; J. Vandermeer 3; J. Vandermeer, N. McCarthy, K. Hicks, L. Harder. Mundulla: J. Hinge 5; J. McGrice 3; N. Mosey 2; T. Perry, T. Wagenknecht, T. Gaden, R. Tink. Best - Padthaway: D. Obst, T. Moyle-Reid, C. Marhsall, T. Cox, J. Dolling, A. Longbottom. Mundulla: J. Hinge, N. Mosey, T, Perry, D. Noll, S. Luckett, J. Grosser. Kingston 2.4 9.5 13.14 17.14 (116) Lucindale 2.0 2.1 3.4 3.5 (23) Goals - Kingston: T. Burns 6; J. Siviour, J. Fisher 4; B. Simpson, R. Reavley, C. Wood. Lucindale: T. Ware 2; L. Kelsh. Best - Kingston: L. Toohey, T. Burns, R. Reavley, B. Rogers, S. Robertson, N. Dawes. Lucindale: N. Cane, T. Ware, L. Kelsh, T. Menz, D. Ogilvie, H. Tregoweth. Border Districts 4.2 6.3 8.4 11.11 (77) Bordertown 2.3 4.6 10.8 11.10 (76) Goals - Border Districts: O. Shattock 5; S. Mansell, G. Hampton, M. Quinn 3; J. Baron, E. Holland 2; M. Coles. Bordertown: J. Dolling, T. Whittlesea 3; C. McCarthy 2; T. Neville, S. Devitt, H. Shuttleworth. Best - Border Districts: B. Denmead, M. Coles, M. Quinn, R. Oliver, J. Helyar, S. Mansell. Bordertown: T. Gough, Q. McCallum, C. McCarthy, J. Searle, J. Dolling, R. Tink. RESERVES Penola 7.16 (58) d Keith 7.6 (48) Mundulla 20.15 (135) d Padthaway 2.2 (14) Kingston 13.12 (90) d Lucindale 8.6 (54) Bordertown 17.8 (110) d Border Districts 3.7 (25) SENIOR COLTS Keith 13.12 (90) d Penola 4.4 (28) Padthaway/Lucindale 10.6 (66) d Kingston 6.3 (39) Mundulla 13.12 (90) d Bordertown 3.4 (22) JUNIOR COLTS Penola 12.9 (81) d Keith 4.4 (28) Mundulla 9.9 (63) d Padthaway/Lucindale 0.3 (3) Bordertown 10.7 (67) d Border Districts 3.5 (23)
SPORT Mid South East Netball
A GRADE Kalangadoo 52 (C. Croser, K. Collins) d Mt Burr 45 (S. Nulty, H. Clark); Glencoe 52 (A. Edwards, C. hentschke) d Tantanoola 52 (E. Gould, V. Lucas); Nangwarry 52 (H. Burner, C. Ploenges) d Kongorong 29 (E. Lightbody, E. Stokker); Hatherleigh 54 (L. Haines, S. Boradhead) d Robe 36 (G. Perkins, T. Gluyas) A RESERVE Kalangadoo 54 (K. Schultz, E. Ilsley) d Mt Burr 30 (L. Baker, F. McKenzie) Glencoe 38 (T. Medhurst, L. Edwards) d Tantanoola 32 (E. Serle, A. Fensom); Kongorong 67 (H. Finnigan, N. Fox) d Nangwarry 21 ; Hatherleigh 36 (L. Corman, L. Chant) d Robe 34 (C. Borrelli, D. Carter) B GRADE Kalangadoo 68 (J. Kilsby; J. Blackmore) d Mt Burr 18 (M. Bowering, K. Gamble); Glencoe 64 (C. Watson, A. Cleggett) d Tantanoola 44 (R. Millowick, K. Rowe); Kongorong 61 d Nangwarry 42; Hatherleigh 35 (G. Gray, N. Thomas) d Robe 27 (P. Baker, S. Kokiousis) B RESERVE Kalangadoo 44 (A. Hartland, D. Mulligan) d Mt Burr 20 (B. Edwards, H. Fraser); Glencoe 61 (L. Kenny, K. Sealey) d Tantnaoola 27 (E. Jennings, K. Ballintyne); Kongorong 45 d Nangwarry 31; Hatherleigh 56 (I. Marshall, F. Jackman) d Robe 26 (M. Wirth, O. Valente) 17 & UNDER Kalangadoo 49 (S. Wrightson, S. Ryan) d Mt Burr 34 (M. Bevan, M. Job); Glencoe 31 (C. Owen, J. Owen) d Tantanoola 18 (E. Clarke, M. Kelly); Kongorong 32 d Nangwarry 11; Hatherleigh 59 (D. Hateley, R. Nettle) d Robe 26 (E. Yeo, M. Wirth) , 15 & UNDER Mt Burr 33 (A. Falting, J. Holland) d Kalangadoo 28 (C. Peacock, T. Lythgo); Tantanoola 27 (E. Cytrowski, M. Cushion) d Glencoe 16 (M. Biggins, T. Achison); Kongorong 37 d Nangwarry 30: Hatherleigh 38 (T. Haines, B. Poulish) d Robe 19 (C. Rayner, E. Bermingam) 13 & UNDER Kalangadoo 63 (M. Anderson, A. Allen) d Mt Burr 9 (S. Smith, T. Gamble); Glencoe 42 (S. Tweddle, R. Buckley) d Tantanoola 7 (E. Gardin, Z. Reilly); Nangwarry 39 d Kongorong 4; Hatherleigh 31 (P. Fitzgerald, A. Chester) d Robe 12 (D. Bermingham, M. Schubert)
A GRADE Keith 52 (M Harper, W Smith) d Penola 38 (G Winter, J Adams); Mundulla 70 (A Lovering, D Wiese) d Padthaway 33 (L Brown, B Edwards); Border Districts 44 (T Atkinson, B Smith) d Bordertown 21 (S Jarrett, W Rowett) A RESERVE Keith 59 (M Wachtel, A Schreiber) d Penola 43 (E Berkin, A Earl); Lucindale 47 (J Earl, E McWaters) d Kingston 37 (G Exton, L Morden); Mundulla 50 (A Weatherald, S Hinge) d Padthaway 28 (C Nolan, H Grady); Bordertown 44 (C Stott, A Netherway) d Border Districts 42 (L Hancock, C Tink) B GRADE Keith 50 (L Dick, E Millhouse) d Penola 43 (A Wurst, T Galpin); Mundulla 48 (L Bennett, R Colwill) d Padthaway 44 (C Fabris, A Harris); Bordertown 39 (T Nixon, A Will) d Border Districts 32 (S Selig, M Redding) C GRADE Penola 42 (K Devereux, T Berkin) d Keith 30 (S Bunnett, M Richman); Lucindale 51 (M Walker, A Ludwig) d Kingston 16 (J Bauer, T Murdock); Mundulla 37 (M Leach) d Padthaway 27 (E Rohloff, E Longbottom); Bordertown 52 (H Rodert, A Tink) d Border Districts 26 (C Cane, Z Hoctor) DIVISION ONE Keith 65 (T Jones, M Llewellyn) d Penola 29 (G Winter, L Catlin); Border Districts 69 (E Bird, A Mahney) d Bordertown 28 (E Ballinger, M Hicks) DIVISION TWO Border Districts 69 (K Rata, B Hawkins) d Bordertown 4 (C Treloar, G Glynn) 15 & UNDER Penola 36 (T Porter, S O’Brien) d Keith 35 (P Rayson, M Evans); Kingston 33 (T Pink, D Miller) d Lucindale 11 (A Treloar, O Handbury); Padthaway 63 (K Longbottom, S Robertson) d Mundulla 25 (L Rowett, L Kennett); Border Districts 55 (C Rata, L Pape) d Bordertown 43 (M Blackwell, E Jozeps) 13 & UNDER A Keith 50 (E Lambert, S McInerney) d Penola 30 (M O’Brien, E Skeer); Kingston 27 (P Stenner, G Miller) d Lucindale 7 (L Handbury, P Pinchbeck); Mundulla 31 (A Mock, L Wiese) d Padthaway 11 (J Frick, H Shepherd); Border Districts 39 (K Rata, E Sambell) d Bordertown 22 (G Lusher, Z Harvey) 13 & UNDER B Keith 18 (E Willis, L Clark) d Penola 9 (G McCarthy, W Zadow); Lucindale 15 (M Theron) d Kingston 4 (C Crosby); Border Districts 12 (I Mahney, P Harvie) d Bordertown 8 (T Phillips, S Lusher)
Indoor bowls results Kimberly-Clark Australia Pennants - Round 3 Moorak Blue 54 d Yahl 52, Mil Lel 78 d Glenburnie 38, Kongorong 58 d Mt Gambier Bowls Club 46, Post-Tel 75 d RSL & District 44, Blue Lake Bowlers White 70 d Glencoe 55 Commercial Club 63 d Saints 30, Wandilo Water Rats 82 d Blue Lake Bowlers Blue 50, Moorak Red Bye. Shield Qualification Premiership Table after round 3 Post-Tel 6 points, 230.84%; Commercial Club 6, 212.00; Wandilo Water Rats 6,157.25; Mil Lel 4, 164.13; Mt Gambier Bowls Club 4, 112.83; Kongorong 2, 97.56; Glenburnie 2, 88.23; Glencoe 2, 85.50; Saints 2, 85.05; RSL & District Gold 2, 83.72; Blue Lake Bowlers Blue 2, 70.24; Moorak Blue 2, 69.27; Blue Lake Bowlers White 2, 64.38; Moorak Red 0, 64.78; Yahl 0, 61.83.
MGNA Netball A GRADE Vicis 43 (Bianca Verwerk, Chelsea Wright) d Zodiacs 32 (Jaslyn Poel, Sal Harful); Saints 36 (Jordy Jones, Nicole Forrest) d Amazons 24 (Jacqui Loosmore, Eykolina Benny); Hobitz 53 (Sam Crute, Suzanne Crowe) d Intruders 47 (Kate Biszko, Amy Bignell| Marg Dennert Memorial Medal Gabriella Chandler A2 GRADE Hobitz 30 (Ieshia Goldsmith, Cindy Launer) d Saints 27 (Melissa Chuck, Jorja Mason); Intruders 55 (Amber Richardson, Dakota Miller) d Zodiacs 23 (Chloe Haskins, Jaime Bowditch) B1 GRADE Hobitz Blue 36 (Hayley De Ney, Lily Oakley) d Amazons 19 (Maddi Sutterby, Christie Green); Zodiacs 53 (Jessica Stutley) d Hobitz Red 9 (Maddy Smith, Tiff Malcom); Intruders Orange 31 (Madeline Fife, Julie Stocker) drew with Intruders Black 31 (Tonya Pettingill, Caitlyn Shephart) B2 GRADE Hobitz 33 (Elly Hogben, Bec Wallace) d Vicis 24 (Caitlin Luus, Leanne Vorwerk); Saints 61 (Madison Pasquazzi, Julie Medhurst) d Zodiacs 19 (Tayla Symons, Keeley Jones) 17 & UNDER Hobitz Red 44 (Kellie Wallace, Emily Stockwell) d Saints 19 (Mia Passeur Jones, Chloe McIntosh); Hobitz Blue 30 (Zahli Feast, Maddy Cowland) d Intruders 22 (Amy Papageorgios, Hannah Costigan) 15 & UNDER Hobitz 26 (Ruby Kenny, Lily Dan) d Zodiacs Gold 22 (Sarah Miller, Lauren Agnew); Zodiacs Blue 34 (Jessica Stutley, Jenna Male) d Saints 17 (Lara Tasker, Georgia Little); Intruders 51 (Misty Taylor, Harmony Kennett) d Vicis 16 (Felicity Kerly, Charlotte Dowdell) 13 & UNDER A Zodiacs 22 (Jade Boylan, Alana Boguta) d Vicis 11 (Mikailey Mashado, Kalle Moor); Hobitz 26 (Addison Dowdy, Ashlyn Horn) d Amazons 1 (Emma Johnson, Elisabeth Benny) 13 & UNDER B Hobitz Blue 35 (Amber Ferrari, Miely-Rose Winterfield) d Vicis 1 (No names submitted); Intruders 18 (Venus Wilson, Kyra Norman) d Zodiacs 1 (Tayah Fraser, Mackenzie Porter); Saints 34 (Ainslee Hayman, Kelsy Boneham) d Hobitz Red 2 (Amelia Milne, Jayde Lamb) GO - APRIL 23 Hobitz Red 9 (Isla Clark, Paige Mutton) d Amazons 0 (Madison Green, Lard Lennon); Zodiacs 6 (Zoe Little, Annabella Gordon) d Hobitz Blue 1 (Matilda Spencer, Hallie Martin); Intruders 10 (Sarea Martin, Payson Chapman) d Vicis 8 (Harlow Young, Amelia Keillor) SET - APRIL 23 Zodiacs 7 (Gracie Wingard, Ayla Crowe) d Hobitz 5 (Payton Wingard, Phoebe Dawson)
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Local round doubles as a round of the South Australian State series Mount Gambier turned on its usual mix of weather for the running of a motorkhana earleir this month by the South Eastern Automobile Club at the Glenburnie Saleyards Complex. Round 2 of the local competition as well as a round of the State Motorkhana series, this event attracted some of the more serious competitors from the other side of the hills, with the field split 50/50 with Adelaide’s Best and SEAC’s regulars all out for a fun day. Team Height, comprising Murray as trainee director and Paul as the overseeing director put together a very entertaining set of tests to keep the 27 starters on their A game. Mother Nature welcomed the start of competition with some steady rain, then a couple of showers, just to add more interest to the test surface, catching a few out with the moisture and painted lines, resulting in a spin or two and ended the day with plenty of sunshine. Adelaide Master of any Class, Tony Wallis put on a display of car control that is envied by many, with his excellent driving style resulting in 14 fastest times out of the 16 tests done. Local, Patrick Hitchcock, has been unable to cross the border and compete for some 18 months, but showed that he has not lost his ability to push the 205GTI Peugeot along to keep Tony on his toes. The occasional course marker on a couple of tests did widen the gap between these two but they were sufficiently quicker than others and finished the day with Tony first home and Patrick taking a well-deserved Second spot. Another of the Motorkhana senior squad, Graham Vanderhoek always enjoys an outing and drove his VW Superbug down from the city, competed faultlessly all day, then drove it back home, with a huge grin on his face. The day’s
effort saw him awarded 3rd spot on the podium. Ken Trimnell had his Suzuki Swift on song all day and had a clear run to finish in fourth spot, half a second in front of Adelaide/Mount Gambier local Wayne Casey in his MX5 filling the fifth spot, just clear of Karien Heimsohn in the first of the “Specials”, less than three tenths of a second behind Wayne. Craig Williams in the same special paid the price of a couple of flags and ended up in seventh outright. Adrian Flynn, driving the Knotsew Special and enjoying a day solely as a competitor suffered the dreaded “WD” on one test, resulting in a penalty time to push him down the results sheet to eighth spot. Soarer regular Phil Wilson always enjoys a skid and drove well through the day for a clear run and 9th outright, just in front of Brother Damien’s S13, rounding out the
top 10. First of the junior competitors to finish, Edward Wallis driving Dad’s Mini Cooper made it home with 11th outright. As the championship scoring system is quite different to the SEAC system, there will be changes made by those doing the scores for the State series. When the visiting competitors are removed from the SEAC Series, points will also change. Patrick Hitchcock will stay outright first with a total of 525.04 seconds for the day. Ken Trimnell comes in second outright with a total of 547.03 seconds. Wayne Casey will get the third outright points with his total of 547.57 seconds. Phil Wilson is next to finish in fourth outright with a total of 567.95 seconds. Damien Wilson gets the points for fifth outright for his total of 576.95 seconds. Kevin Raedel comes in next, the Tiida behaving all day, as did the driver,
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tallying a total of 589.07 seconds. Danielle Wiseman, running with the same Tiida did well and finished in seventh outright with a total of 623.88 seconds. Tristan Crowe had a very busy day at the wheel in his Commodore, got “lost” a couple of times and paid the price. His total of 661.39 seconds included those penalty times and pushed him down the finishing list to ninth outright. Bruce Hamilton pushed his Falcon as hard as he could and came through the day with a penalty marker and a “WD” for a total of 668.56 seconds and 10th outright points. First of the club juniors to make the list, Cohen Hamilton also drove the family Falcon and also suffered a “WD” penalty during an otherwise clear day, resulting in a total of 722.20 seconds. A presentation took place at the Drivers Brief, by Adelaide Senior Official, Adrian Flynn, who handed over the South Australian Autotest Official of the Year 2020 Trophy to a very surprised and very deserving Allison Height. Allison does a huge amount of behind the scenes work in all disciplines of SEAC events and Limestone Coast Off Road Club (LCORC) and is one of the many gears in the clock that help to get these events to the start line. Next event on the SEAC calendar is a TRE(Trial) starting at the Borderline Speedway Complex, May 1. LCORC are hosting a Khanacross on May 2 at Curtis Boyd’s Property, Princes Highway, Burrangule, providing it does not get too damp. Check seacsa.com for further information. MOTORKHANA ACTION: (Top left) Craig Williams & (bottom left) Tyler Edwards. PHOTOS COURTESY OF MICHELLE EDWARDS
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The Mount Gambier Gun Club is holding a Come and Try this Sunday from 11am to 3pm. It is a chance to try something new, it is loads of fun in a safe environment with all equipment supplied and coaching and supervising by experienced clubs members. Online bookins are essential and places are limited so for more details and bookings contact Max Medhurst on 0409 670 534 or Barry Sims on 0409 672 686.
MAY 1 (FOOTBALL & NETBALL) KOWREE NARACOORTE TATIARA Keith v Bordertown; Kybybolite v Padthaway; Lucindale v Border Districts; Mundulla v Kingston; Penola v Naraocorte MID SOUTH EAST Tantanoola v Kalangadoo; Nangwarry v Glencoe; Hatherleigh v Kongorong; Mt Burr v Port MacDonnell; Robe - BYE. WESTERN BORDER West Gambier v Casterton Sandford; East Gambier v South Gambier; Millicent v North Gambier
South East golf veterans
Fellicity Virgin (250 Games) Fellicity joined Nangwarry Netball Club in 1998 and has been a major part of the club since. Playing over the years mainly in the B Reserve team she has won numerous club trophies. She has always been willing to help out wherever she can either by umpiring, scoring or working in the canteen. She has also been a major part of our committee over the years, taking on vice president in the past few years. Fellicity always has a positive attitude and is passionate in seeing the club move forward on and off the court.
Chrystal Lock (200 Games) Chrystal started as a junior at Nangwarry Netball Club in 2001 and moved into full time senior ranks in 2005. She has for many years been part of the B Grade netball teams, even getting to play in finals and finally earning a B Grade premiership. Over the past few years Chrystal has been playing in the A Reserve team and always playing to a high standard. She has always, in the past years, been willing to coach junior teams, then eventually went onto coaching seniors. She has been an active member of the committee for many years and loves to help and be always part of the Nangwarry team.
A field of 42 descended on Bordertown to play in benign conditions. The Ross Orchard Prize went to president Ian Regnier and Steve Von Duve, who accepted with glee. The First Division winner was a Bordertown icon, Graham Pilgrim , with 41 points, from Barry Turnbull, with 38, and Rob Harkness, 37. The Second Division went to Bobby Davies, with 39 points, from John Guy, on 37, and Mike Lyons, 33, counting out the scribe. Five NTPs were available, won by Gordie Fleming, Baz Turnbull, John Guy, Graham Pilgrim, and Dennis Smith. The ball rundown was to 30 points or better. The next outing is at Beachport on May 10.
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Blue Lake Sports Park hosts baseball tournament
The 14th Annual Mount Gambier Baseball Masters was held earlier this month at Blue Lake Sports Park Mount Gambier. Nine teams nominated for the competition held over Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Four teams travelled from Adelaide, one from Williamstown/ Naracoorte and four teams from Mount Gambier made up the nine. Unfortunately, due to COVID-19, last year’s tournament had to be abandoned just a month before it was scheduled. As there were no masters competitions over the past 12 months, players were only too happy to return to the Mount for this carnival Weather conditions late Saturday and early Sunday morning were patchy but no games were lost due to the rain. Eighteen games of 90 minutes duration were played over the tournament with all teams in Pool A and Pool B playing four games each. As Pool A only had four teams in the round robin competition their fourth games were medallion rounds with the
top two playing for gold and silver while the next two teams played off for bronze. In Pool B, medallions were decided by ladder positions. Northern Aces held Misfits at bay winning seven runs to four in an enthralling contest with the locals holding their own against a talented city side. Local team Central overcame a fighting Willy Rangers for the bronze medallion winning 12 runs to seven. In Pool B the Adelaide Aces won gold not losing any of their four games and finishing top of the table. The Mount Gambier Legends were awarded silver but only due to the fact that their defensive run count was less that Playford City who took home the bronze medallions. There was a battle within the battle going on between the Legends and the Northern Aces over the weekend. They were in the Battle of the Block. Northern Aces entered two teams in the tournament, one in each pool. Whenever they play against each other in any master’s competition they play for a trophy
affectionately called The Block. Starting back in 2002 the two teams have met on 26 occasions with the Legends in front leading 15 to the Aces. 11. Included in that 11 is their win this year, eight runs to six. The trophy was presented by inaugural Legends player Ian Ewart. Mount Gambier Legends President Peter Walter presented medals to all winning team members. The competition is organised and run by the Mount Gambier Legends Baseball Club, with srtong support from the City of Mount Gambier. All teams that attended were full of praise for the tournament and vowed to return again next year. Sponsors of the tournament included City of Mount Gambier, Swallow Drive Butchers, Collins Court Butchers, Farmers Union – Iced Coffee, Bakers Delight, Limestone Coast Timber Floors Pty Ltd and She’s Apples.
The 2021 Prestige Medley was held again this year between all 12 regions with each region fielding a side of nine players for the two day event. The event was unable to be played due to COVID-19 last year. The women’s competition was played at ‘The Lawns’ Renmark and the men played at Loxton & Loxton RSL Bowling Clubs in the Riverland with each region playing off in pairs, triples and fours. The women’s play off was won by Eyre Peninsula defeating Metro East by three shots 39 – 36. This gave Eyre Peninsula a double celebration after winning this year’s Round Robin series. The men’s winners after the play off were Metro West defeating Metro East 51-42 to go back to back in the Prestige Medley. There was no play off this year for third and fourth. SOUTH EAST WOMEN: South Eastern coming in 6th position in Pool 1 with 6 wins 2 draw and 7 losses -19 shots Individual Scores: Pairs: Heather Richards and Lindy Mark 2 wins 2 draws 1 loss +4 shots Triples: Jodie Kotz (sk) Cathy Healy & Judith Grosvenor 2 wins 3 loss –7 shots Fours: Belinda Pepper (sk) Jenny Bowering, Fiona Pearson, Jodie Mark 2 wins 3 loss –16 shots SOUTH EAST MEN: South Eastern coming in 6th position in Pool 2 with 1 win 1 draw 3 losses -37 shots Individual Scores: Pairs: Adam Wilson (sk) Eric Pitt 0 wins 5 loss -22 Triples: Ian Williams (sk) Gavin Rowe and Bill Bremner 2 wins 3 loss +1 Fours: David O’Shaughnessy (sk), Kym Stewart, Dean Burgoyne and Greg Carpenter 1 win 4 loss -16 SOUTH EAST WOMEN: Jenny Bowering, Fiona Pearson (Mt Gambier RSL) Lindy Mark (Naracoorte RSL), Judith Grosvenor (Port MacDonnell) Jodie Mark (Naracoorte RSL), Heather Richards (Port MacDonnell), Jodi Kotz (Keith), Belinda Pepper (Bordertown) & Cathy Healy (Nacacoorte RSL)
Bev Pascoe crowned handicap champion Blue Lake Golf Club team success The Division 1 Belgiornos Cafe Handicap Championship grand final was played at the Blue Lake Golf Course last Wednesday after the last few weeks of qualifying, quarters and semi finals. Geraldine Scott, 22 handicap, and Bev Pascoe, 29 handicap, stood up on the first tee block in very cold conditions ready to do battle over the next 27 holes of match play. The first couple of holes kept the pair even then Pascoe started to pull away making use of the extra seven strokes she received. At the turn after nine holes Pascoe was four up and never took her eyes off the silverware waiting at the end. Scott tried hard but just couldn’t make inroads on Pascoe’s steadiness who was six up after 18 holes. The game took them to the 23rd with Pascoe winning 5/4.
At the presentation Helen Myers was thanked for refereeing as well as a big thanks to the caddies. Unfortunately due to unforeseen circumstances the Division 2 Championship was cancelled, with Lyn Annand still remaining the champion. The single stableford competition played whilst the championship was underway was won by Sue Agars in Division 1 with a good score of 35 points after scoring three three-pointers on the front nine and four three-pointers on the back nine. Nearest to the pin 2nd shot was Josie Ashby. Trudy Herbert was the Division 2 winner signing for 30 points just edging out Lyn Annand 29. Lucy Richards and Vivienne Wilson followed with 27. Nearest the pin winner was Lynette Hirth. The pro-shot on the par three 5th
hole was won by Josie Ashby. The Blue Lake Golf Club also congratules the women’s division 3 win in the LSE District Pennant Competition run over the past six weeks. They defeated Lucindale 3/2. This week’s competition is the April monthly medal, count putts
and the 3rd round of the Collins Court Butcher Captain’s Trophy. DIVISION ONE HANDICAP CHAMPIONSHIP GRAND FINAL: Belgiornos Cafe Handicap Championship Division 1 winner Bev Pascoe with runner up
Geraldine Scott DIVISION THREE LOWER SOUTH EAST PENNANT WINNING LADIES TEAM: Captain Carol Megaw, Carol Melhuish, Vivienne Wilson, Beryl Mahoney & Trudy Herbert. Absent: Lucy Richards & Lesley McPherson.
WITH EVERYTHING, FOR ANYWHERE STAY ROAD READY. KEEP ADVENTURING. Book in for a capped price service today with Toyota Service Advantage* This year calls for getting out there. So if you’re ready for more adventures, make sure your car is too. Don’t forget that with Toyota Service Advantage, you’re entitled to capped price servicing. You can expect the same affordable price* for all of your scheduled logbook services, for a set amount of years or kilometres. This includes all labour, oil fluids and any Toyota Genuine Parts required. No surprises. Now’s a great time to WIX yourself up for the year ahead, and book in a service at 2SIP &EVV 8S]SXE.
Noel Barr Toyota 35 Bay Road, Mount Gambier T: 08 8721 3333 LMVD 65317 noelbarrtoyota.com.au
*Applies to standard scheduled logbook servicing (normal operating conditions). T&Cs apply. Excludes Government & Rental vehicles. For details see your Toyota dealer or visit toyota.com.au/advantage.
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