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Hospital redevelopment New aged care facilties under construction It’s official - work is underway for the multi million dollar redevelopment of the Keith & District Hospital Inc. At the end of last month, there was a sod turning cermony with hopsital administration and State and federal Government representative, marking the start of construction on the redevelopment to expand aged care services at the Keith & District Hospital Inc, a significant milestone for the Keith community. Member for Barker,Tony Pasin said the Federal Government has committed $2.66 million to help bring this project to fruition along with an allocation of a further eight residential care places. “Significant capital works can now be undertaken on-site which will enable Keith and District to expand their service capacity from 18 to 26 residential care places on completion.” Mr Pasin said. “The expansion of the aged care service will keep Keith and District Hospital a relevant service and will meet the current and future needs of the community. The expansion will enable Keith & District Hospital to be more sustainable so that they can continue to provide essential health services to the Keith and surrounding communities,” Mr Pasin said. “With our rapidly ageing population, the Australian
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Government is committed to providing a sustainable aged care system that meets the needs of our older Australians,” Mr Pasin said. Keith & District Hospital board member Geoff Davidson, said this is the largest infrastructure upgrade since the hospital’s inception. “Healthcare cannot run effectively without governments and I would like to thank both Federal and State Governments for their support,” he said.
“We are particularly appreciative of the federal government, our major partner for their initiative and flexibility for making this project possible.” “This project will help us develop the new health hub and would not be possible without the support of the community and committed staff.” “Capital grants like this are critical to ensuring quality aged care services can be provided to regional, rural and remote locations like Keith.”
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Taking off for Tokyo Mount Gambier softball star heading to the home of the 2021 Olympics For 20 year old Georgia Hood, what is about to happen in her life is a pinch yourself moment. She is on the cusp of flying out to Tokyo as the 23 person Australian Softball squad heads to Japan to finetune their preparations ahead of the Summer Olympics. Georgia Hood, who until 2020, called Mount Gambier home and dii the vast majority of her training in her hometown in isolation with her mother Tanya putting her through her paces, from fitness training to strength training, from batting practice to pitching hundreds and hundreds of balls. It is not a commonplace story – it is an outrider. A regionally based softballer, who has been playing her club softball in Adelaide in the State’s premier competition for Hills Heat, has been adjudged in the best 23 softballers in the4 country and in a sport at which Australia is one of the best and a genuine medal chance. In fact, along with the United States, Australia is the only team to medal at all four Olympics where the sport has been part of the program. And given softball is again not only of the sports earmarked for 2024 this is the last chance corral for many of the players. In these COVID times, the Aussie Sprit, as the national team is known, needed to take its final 23 to Japan so they can set up quality match practice for the players and in the end 15 will make the final cut, with two emergencies – six will return home. However it ends up, Georgia has covered herself in glory and she has done everything in her power, having forced her way back into the squad after being cut in 2020 at the final hurdle. Her form, especially in the batting box, looms as a deciding factor in her quest to be an Olympian. This year, Georgia has attended two fortnight long training camps and she has loved every minute of being in the elite environment. In March, the national softball squad was joined by 11 former Olympians as part of the AIS Gold Medal Ready Alumni program, and along, with the softball specific training, it was an experience Georgia will never forget in what was an intense training camp. “We pretty much played a game every day and ended up playing about 15 games over the two weeks,” Georgia said. “There were games against each other, games against ACT Under 23 men’s team and we also faced th4e Aussie men’s team pitcher which was great.” There were fielding skills, fitness, batting practice and tactical work and there were meetings galore. “Meeting the gold medallists and hearing from them was fantastic and we spent a lot of time with them,” Georgia said. “It was a lot about the mental side of competing and what to do when things aren’t going well and how to shut out the outside noise and focus on what you can control and what you and your team need to be doing to be your best.
“...it was a lot about the mental side of competing and what to do when things aren’t going well and how to shut out the outside noise and focus on what you can control and what you and your team need to be doing to be your best...” Georgia Hood There was also a lot about dealing with nerves and how to do that during a game not just in the lead up.” It saw the team implement some real self analysis in game as they worked through what needed to be improved or what issues needed to be fixed about every three innings in their practice matches. “I am one of the young, new players so I did a lot of listening and didn’t have much to say but you just hang on every word the older girls have to say,” Georgia said. Over the course of both intense training camps, Georgia has
been the DP, first base and had a couple of stints in the pitching circle. Her position, within touching distance of being an Olympian, is the culmination of years of training and performing at a high level. She has won multi0ple awards, not just in the Mount Gambier Softball League as a rising star but in the Adelaide competition and at every national championships she has attended, often being adjudged batter of the competition and also some player of the championships nods. She has already represented Australia at World Youth events in the United States.
Keeping a roof over their heads ac.care always there to lend a helping hand A young couple feared they may be evicted from their Mount Gambier home before approaching ac.care for support. They have spoken about how emergency relief and financial counselling provided by the regional agency kept them in their home and provided hope for a better future. Lisa, aged 21, said winding back
of the coronavirus supplement reduced her JobSeeker payment from close to $800 per fortnight at the peak of the pandemic back to under $600 at the start of 2021, with a $520 per fortnight rent bill. “With all the other costs of living, it’s really difficult, especially not knowing how much some bills might be until they arrive, so we did struggle for a while, but did our
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best to make it work,” she said. The couple managed to get by with Tristan, 22, receiving a disability pension and working some part time hours. “But when we continued to struggle, we asked ac.care for help to get back on track to where we needed to be with rent,” Lisa said. “It was amazing what they were able to do – it felt great and I thanked (support worker) Melanie a fair few times - she was an awesome help.” Lisa said she and Tristan were made to feel welcomed by staff. “Melanie was very friendly and made us feel calm and not stressed or embarrassed or anything about going in there asking for help,” she said. “The staff there are amazing with their hospitality and everything.” A family member recommended Lisa and Tristan seek support from ac.care. “She mentioned that if we were struggling, ac.care was there to help and Tristan agreed that we did need support,” Lisa said. The couple encouraged other people to seek assistance if they were struggling to maintain their finances. “People need to ask for help occasionally and that’s why places like ac.care are there – if people are struggling like we were with bills and rent, I’d definitely recommend ac.care,” Lisa said. “Don’t say no to anyone trying
to help you - just go with it,” Tristan said. Lisa said it was “scary” considering the couple may have been evicted as a “worst case scenario” if not for the support of ac.care. “We were hoping that we wouldn’t get evicted because we didn’t know what we would do and its great we didn’t have to in the end,” Lisa said, adding that limited options on Mount Gambier’s rental market and competition for the properties that were available made the prospects of being homeless more daunting. She is now studying at SA TAFE in the hope of securing full time work in the childcare sector but in the meantime, Lisa is concerned the latest cut of the $150 coronavirus supplement at the end of March at the same time as the ongoing JobSeeker base rate was increased by just $50 per fortnight, would add further pressure for many people.
“Reducing the amount people on JobSeeker are receiving again has just made it more difficult … almost impossible,” Lisa said. ac.care continues to support sector-wide campaigns to permanently increase the JobSeeker rate to lift people out of poverty and provide Australians who are out of work with a liveable income. The Limestone Coast, Riverland and Murraylands homelessness services are operated by ac.care, which can provide diverse support to country people across eastern regional South Australia. For details, visit accare.org.au, email email@example.com or call 1300 ACCARE (1300 222 273). NO PLACE LIKE HOME: Young Mount Gambier couple Lisa and Tristan were supported by ac.care to remain in their home after facing financial challenges with the winding back of the JobSeeker coronavirus supplement.
New alliance secures vital funding Vital services to support people experiencing or at risk of homelessness in eastern regional South Australia have been secured through a State Government funding package and establishment of a new regional alliance. The SA Housing Authority has established five alliances as homelessness services continue to evolve to meet the complex needs of clients. ac.care has been announced as the lead agency for the country south region, including the Limestone Coast, Riverland, Murraylands, Fleurieu Peninsula and Kangaroo Island under the reforms. The country specialist agency has partnered with Junction Australia, Pangula Mannamurna Aboriginal Corporation and Moorundi Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Service to form the new alliance. Maintaining continuity of service access and activities for clients will be a core focus during the shift from individual program contracts to the alliance model. “The agreement secures the future of our staff in the homelessness sector and the vital programs they deliver to help people stay in their homes or secure accommodation and work through issues that may put their tenancies at risk,” ac.care CEO Shane Maddocks (pictured) said. “We are proud of our existing cooperation with Aboriginal-
controlled organisations and welcome this opportunity to work more closely under the new alliance arrangement in a mutually-supportive way to provide the best possible service to clients.” Mr Maddocks said clients and communities should see little change to service delivery in ac.care’s regions in the short-term, but improved cooperation and coordination going forward with the new alliance approach. “Sadly, rent stress, a shortage of affordable and emergency accommodation, unemployment and a JobSeeker rate that has not kept up with increasing costs of living continue to push an increasing number of country people to the brink of homelessness and in need of the support of organisations such as ours,” Mr Maddocks said. “We welcome the government’s new funding package as a step towards securing the sustainability of vital services in our communities and the jobs of staff dedicated to supporting vulnerable people.” Mr Maddocks said the funding agreement also recognised the success of ac.care and the alliance partners in the communities they served. “We want all country people to have a safe home, enough money to live on and strong,
positive relationships,” Mr Maddocks said. “ac.care has been dedicated to that mission in country South Australia for decades and the government’s faith in our organisation demonstrates we continue to deliver effectively on our purpose and make a difference in the lives of vulnerable people.” Mr Maddocks also praised the generous and supportive communities in which ac.care operates that continued to contribute, such as through donations and volunteers, to allow ac.care to deliver and develop services beyond its core government-funded services. FUTURE SECURED: ac.care chief executive officer Shane Maddocks has welcomed a new funding agreement and formalisation of a regional alliance to allow the not-for-profit country agency to continue its vital services to support people experiencing or at risk of homelessness.
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After week one of the Hooked on Tuna fishing competition Melbourne based angler Dat Nguyen is on top of the leaderboard with his 10.5kg catch. Nguyen received a $1000 cash prize and will be in the running for the overall competition prize. The Hooked on Tuna fishing competition was postponed last weekend due to the recent detection of Abalone Viral Ganglioneuritis (AVG) near Cape Nelson. The second weekend of the Portland-based competition was due to be held last Saturday, however biosecurity concerns, including the potential spread of AVG through recreational fishing, has forced postponement. Council decided to postpone the Hooked on Tuna fishing
competition until there were assurnaces there wasno biosecurity risk for entrants and local marine life. Agriculture Victoria are currently conducting further testing and assessments, and are working closely with the Victorian Fisheries Authority and council to respond to this AVG detection. Hooked on Tuna will continue to liaise closely with all authorities and seek advice on when a potential date can be rescheduled for the remaining three rounds of the competition. In the meantime, all registered participants will be notified with the option of a competition refund. IN THE LEAD: Week one winner Dat Nguyen with his 10.5kg catch.
Young creatives of Wattle Range will have the opportunity to win $150 cash and have their design displayed on signs to be installed at the beach, lakes and creeks within the council region. In a competition to be held in conjunction with Youth Week in Wattle Rangethis year, council is calling for talented young local artists and designers, 12-25 years of age,to create a sign that encourages people to care for our sensitive waterways. “Wattle Range Council has beautiful beaches and unique waterway environments that are sadly, often impacted by human activity,” council’s director development services Emma Clay said. “The youth of our region can help to encourage the protection and care for our beaches, coastlines and lakes. This is a unique chance to spread an important message and have your design published for all to see,” she said. The winning sign will be printed by Wattle Range Council and installed at one or more locations throughout the Wattle Range Council. Last year’s winning
design by Louise Stanley was developed into an aluminium sign and installed on the coastline at Southend. Entries close on 9am Monday, May 17. More details and competition entry forms are available from any of council’s
offices, the Millicent Library or online at www.wattlerange. sa.gov.au/youthweek. 2020 WINNER: 2020 Coastal Protection Sign Design Competition winner Louise Stanley with her design at Southend.
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Blisters & bubbles & Beyond Blue benefits Mount Gambier quartet completes trek & raises almost $7000 along the way There were some blisters and tired muscles but nothing a glass of two or bubbles and a quick glance at the fundraising tally didn’t fix when Marelle Bruhn, Di Jones, Taryn Mutton and Fallan Sutherland finished Coastrek – a 30 kilometre walk raising funds and awareness for mental health. The quartet, who have forged a close friendship since training, fundraising and working together to take on the Coastrek challenge, finished 72nd out of the 217 teams, competing the gruelling walk which took in sand dunes, beachfront and other terrain around Granite Island and the Victor Harbor precinct, and while the3y were proud of surviving the physical challenge, it is their fundraising effort that has them equally proud. Aptly named More Bubbles, No Troubles, given French champagne was the celebratory drink of choice on competing the trek, the Mount Gambier based team has finished fourth overall in the fundraising battle – eclipsing their target of $2000 to be knocking on the door of $7000 at last count.
“We have been blown away by the support of local people,” Marelle said. The team did run a Mother’s Day Raffle but by far the vast majority of their fundraising came from the generosity of locals just donating, either through the
donations tins or the website. “At the start we did think we might struggle to get to $2000 but once people started giving so generously we did get competitive with the fundraising,” Marelle said. There was a significant rush in
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people and the fact they were walking for mental health, with funds raised being directed to beyond Blue, was all the inspiration they needed to solider on during the walk, which was more challenging than expected thanks to the 28 degree day on a walk that had no protection from the sun across the entire 30km journey. “When you are walking for mental health and when people have been so generous and the fact people believed in you, that was all we needed to get the job done,” Taryn said. The Mount Gambier team was part of 880 participants in the April 30 Coastrek. The girls set off a 7.30am and were amazed how many people would stop them to ask what was going on – the interest in the event and the chance to mention the mental health fundraiser made their efforts well worth it. Inspirational signs along the 30km course also helped the girls push through, what was mainly heat exhaustion. It could be worse, your could be doing burpees. Walk now, wine later. Bring on the bubbly. The best view comes after the hardest climb. All these signs achieved their goal, pushing all the teams to the finish line. The girls officials crossed the line at 2.07pm, competing the trek in six hours and 41 minutes. “It was also a really beautiful walk, the scenery along that coastline was amazing,” Fallan said. Of course for Fallan, the most beautiful sight of all was her husband Glen and kids waiting at the finish line – an emotional reunion that brought a tear from Fallan and her team mates. The quartet was not only competitive in working their way up the fundraising ladder but also during the walk where they urged each other one to set their sights on certain teams, passing as many as possible as they looked to compete the trek in a good time. They took advantage of the eight kilometre and 22 kilometre stops but proudly did not stop to take advantage of the massages on offer. Di Jones was constantly on her phone during the 30km trek, with her team mates urging her to put it away, but in the end it proved a lifesaver. A colleague from Di’s days as a Sportspower outlet, Lisa King, lived in the area, had seen Di’s posts about the trek and contacted her on the day to see where they were and how it was going. Turned out the walk went straight past Lisa’s house and four glasses of iced water proved just the tonic the girls needed to power on to the finish line.
Millicent Town Centre set for a makeover The community are invited to provide feedback on the Draft Concept Design for the Millicent Town Centre. Wattle Range Council has endorsed the Millicent Town Centre Draft Concept Design for public consultation. Members of the community, key stakeholders and local businesses are encouraged to provide feedback on the concept plan which will assist Wax Design in creating the final Concept Design documents. The aim of the Millicent Town Centre Draft Concept Design is to provide a roadmap for the town centre, ensuring future actions, proposed developments, public and private investments, as well as capital works contribute to achieving the vision for Millicent which has been developed by Wax Design through consultation. Council will use the final set of documents to develop shovel ready projects for future budgets and grant opportunities. To assist with the consultation, a survey has been developed to
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gather constructive feedback on the draft. WAX Design will also host a one hour community presentation on Monday, May 17, in the Millicent Civic & Arts Centre at 5.30pm. A question and answer session will follow the presentation. Community members are asked to book online to attend the presentation using the link on council’s website, alternatively they can call council on (08)8733 0900. The Millicent community has provided significant input in
the concept design by providing feedback in the form of surveys and attending community design workshops. Mayor Des Noll calls on the community once again to assist with the project. “Community feedback has been an integral part of this project and I thank everyone who has provided their input. I encourage the community to read the concept design report, attend the community presentation and complete the survey,” he said. Copies of the Millicent Town Centre Draft Concept Design and the feedback survey are available at Council Offices and on Councils website at www.wattlerange.sa.gov.au/ haveyoursay. Written submissions marked Millicent Town Centre Draft Concept Design can be posted to PO Box 27, Millicent SA 5280 or emailed to council@ wattlerange.sa.gov.au and will be received by council until 9am on Monday, May 24.
Do you know an amazing young person aged between 12-25 years? Why not nominate them into the 2021 Wattle Range Youth Recognition Awards? The awards are designed to recognise and celebrate young people in our council area. Nominations of outstanding youth, up to 25 years of age, are now invited in 5 individual categories and will be accepted until Monday, May 17. This is the sixth consecutive year that the awards have been held. “Council recognises the important and valuable contribution our youth make to the community,” Wattle Range Mayor des Noll said. “This is a great opportunity to recognise the young members of our community who go beyond the norm in their daily activity. It only takes a short time to complete the nomination, yet it is a gesture that is so valued by the recipient. No matter whether you are a parent, friend, employer, teacher or involved with youth in sport or other activities, this is an opportunity for you to nominate someone you feel is worthy.” The 2021 Wattle Range Youth Recognition Awards have been made possible by the generous
sponsorship of All In Balance, Glen Carron Transport, Kimberly Clark Australia (Millicent Mill) and the Medical Clinic Millicent. Wattle Range Council would like to acknowledge the ongoing assistance of Glen Carron Transport, Kimberly Clark Australia (Millicent Mill) and the Medical Clinic Millicent in particular, who have been supporting the program since its inception six years ago. A presentation night for the awards will be held a part of Council’s Youth Week program in the Millicent Gallery on Friday, May 21. All nominees will receive a certificate, while each category winner will also receive an engraved glass plaque as well as a cash prize of $200. Further details and entry forms available at any of Council’s offices, the Millicent Library or on the website at www.wattlerange. sa.gov.au/youthawards
When a dream becomes a reality Rebecca Watson now a published author Rebecca Watson has always had a passion for writing and when you combine that with her passion for teaching children –
she is a teacher – publishing a children’s book was always on the cards. The former Beachport local, who studied at Tenison
Woods College and returned to the region for her first teaching gig at St Anthony’s Catholic School, in Millicent, before retuning to Adelaide, got the delivery of a lifetime last week when the printed copied of her debut book arrived on her doorstep. “I have always loved writing,” Rebecca said. “And it has always been a dream to publish a book. I have always dabbled in writing, it is what I do when I have time to myself. I am always writing when I am on holidays.” Titled Call me Frank, the book is not a recent effort from the school teacher but a story she worked on at university. In fact, she had illustrated the book as well when she test drove it on children, before sending off her beloved manuscript to a raft of publishers to see if that dream to be a published author could become a reality. “It is a tough process,” Rebecca said. “There were plenty of publishers I didn’t even hear back from but then a published in the UK, Austin Macauley Publishers, said they wanted to pick it up.” Call me Frank is the only children’s book Rebecca has written with poetry often her genre of choice when writing but she is so proud she has been able to put something together that will now find its way into family homes. “It was inspired by my work with children,” Rebecca said. “And when I got such a good response from children that is what drove me to see if it could be published.”
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Her manuscript has undergone very few changes as the publishers worked through the editing process and her makeshift illustrations have now been replaced with those of a professional. “It was a back and forth process and they would send me things for approval,” Rebecca said. “They definitely listened to my ideas as well as running with their own. The changes were mostly grammar and helping the story flow a bit better.”
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Calle Me Frank is a story that celebrates resilience, creativity and individuality. School is terribly lonely for a shy boy named Francis Frank. Before climbing into bed one night, he wishes for a friend to play with. During a dream, Francis Frank meets his imaginary friend, Charles Charlie. Charles Charlie offers comfort, guidance and most importantly, friendship and so ensues an adventure-filled story, where a lonely boy realises his imagination. Opening then box to see that story in print was so exciting for Rebecca given it had been a project a few years in the making. “When the books arrived it was just so special,” Rebecca said. The good news for young readers in this region is Rebecca is almost certainly set to hold a number of school visits and author talks in this region. She is in the throes of a six month stint at Port Lincoln for her husband’s work and will soon be in the Limestone Coast for a six month stint on our doorstep. Aimed at primary aged children, aged 5-8, Rebecca can’t wait to share her story with kids from her hometown and surrounds. “Children are fascinated by magic and mystery and that is a key part of my story,” Rebecca said
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Challenge accepted FocusOne Health rolls out more events FocusOne Health continues to roll out the programs to promote health and wellbeing in the Limestone Coast. The next events on the program are both located in Robe with golf and cycling in focus. The Robe Golf Club is hosting the Corporate Cup Robe Business Golf Challenge with round two on May 23 and health lifestyle coordinator Limestone Coast Vicki Fabris is encouraging everyone to get involved. “The golf challenge is part of our intergenerational initiative and we are encouraging people from all age groups to come out and have a go,” Vicki said. “There are so many health benefits that go with the physical activity of playing golf and being out and about amongst nature, enjoying the surrounds of the Robe Golf Club and it is also about the social connections of golf.” The competition is a six hole ambrose and is $10 a head, with members of the Robe Golf Club on hand to help those that need some pointers. “The April event saw everyone have a really great time with a great mix of age and ability,” Vicki said. “We also supply some information on appropriate stretching and the exercise people can do to maintain their fitness and reduce the occurrence of injuries.” And if golf is not your thing, the IWS Robe Bike Program could be just the ticket – again targeting all ages and experience levels. The first ride is on Sunday, May 16, and you just need to meet at the grass area at Long Beach, and is a collaboration with the District Council of Robe and the Local Mountain Bike Association. There will be three courses on offer with bike trails to fit differing fitness and experience levels. The rides will be held monthly and participants will be given a challenge to work on in between each trail ride through the STRAVA app. There will be great prizes on offer for those who complete these challenges. “Again the bike rides are about being active and the social connection and getting out and about in the community and environment in the Limestone Coast and getting to known what’s available to improve your health and wellbeing,” Vicki said. Vicki is also reminding those who participated in the three month health & Wellbeing Challenge that has now wound up to put their paperwork in so they can be in the running for the fabulous prizes on offer. You can drop off your challenge information to the Visitor Information Centres in Robe and Kingston and the Tatiara District Council office in Bordertown. Prize winners will be drawn and announced on May 19. The Integrated Wellbeing Service (IWS) is a partnership initiative of FocusOne Health, Summit Health and Murray Mallee General Practice Network and funded by Country SA PHN for targeted communities of South Australia with populations of less than 5000 people. The IWS team works with Robe and Kingston Medical Clinics and the local Allied Health Professionals to assist with chronic disease services in the Limestone Coast. To find out more about the IWS program contact Vicki from FocusOne Health on 0499 030 084 or visit www.focusonehealth.com.au
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Thank you to everyone who has participated over the last 3 months! Make sure you take your completed checklist to your designated drop off point!
Major prizes to be won, winners drawn on Wednesday May 19th.
Amazing prizes on offer!
Contact FocusOne Health on 8582 3823 for more information
Come and join a great bunch of people and enjoy riding some of the most beautiful trails around Robe. There are trails for all different levels, whether you are a beginner or an avid trail rider. You will also experience the lifestyle and health benefits of riding your bike with new or old friends. DATES: Ride 1 - Sunday 16th May at 9:30am Ride 2 - Sunday 20th June at 9:30am Ride 3 - Sunday 18th July at 9:30am Ride 4 - Sunday 15th August at 9:30am LOCATION: Starting at the Long Beach Grassed Area - Esplanade, Robe. 3 choices of bike trails to fit your experience and fitness levels provided. Download the STRAVA app and achieve one of the following kilometre challenges to go into the monthly prize draw: Easy Going - 10kms or over Stepping it up - 50kms or over Challenge Accepted - 150kms or over
REGISTRATIONS REQUIRED: Phone Vicki on 0499030084 or use the QR code to register via eventbrite
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V O L U N T E E R S
The lifeblood of every community
Shining a light on the value of volunteers A week long celebration of our hard working volunteers
National Volunteer Week (NVW) is Australia’s largest annual celebration of volunteers. From Monday, May 17, to Sunday, May 23, NVW will celebrate the significant contribution of Australia’s almost six million volunteers. Each year these volunteers dedicate more than 600 million hours to help others. The theme for NVW 2021 is Recognise.
Reconnect. Reimagine. RECOGNISE Recognise, celebrate and thank volunteers for the vital role they play in our lives. Never has this been more evident than after a year where Australia has dealt with drought, devastating bushfires, floods and then a global pandemic. Amidst the pandemic, while many of us stayed home,
volunteers continued to deliver essential services, organise food packages and offer care, comfort and more to support the wellbeing of Australians. Volunteers make our communities stronger, especially during times of need, crisis or isolation. RECONNECT Reconnect to what is important by giving our time to help others
and ourselves. In a year when many of us have experienced increased loneliness or isolation, mental health or financial stress, volunteering can help. Evidence shows that volunteering connects us to others in our local communities, to better mental wellbeing or to potential pathways to employment. When we help others in our community or give
our time to a cause we value, we also give back to ourselves. Explore volunteer opportunities by visiting www.GoVolunteer.com.au. REIMAGINE Reimagine how we better support volunteers and communities they help. Since 2014, Australia has seen a 20 per cent decline in the number of hours volunteers give. During COVID-19, two-thirds of volunteers stopped working and a recent study highlights that social purpose organisations continue to lose one in four volunteers due to illness or caring responsibilities. In the current changing environment, where Australians are time-poor and experiencing higher degrees of uncertainty and stress, we need to reimagine how we do things. We need to collaborate more and adapt our volunteering practices and programs so we can better support and engage volunteers to continue the necessary work that they do.
VOLUNTEERING AUSTRALIA Volunteering Australia is the national peak body for volunteering, working to advance volunteering in the Australian community. Vision A stronger, more connected and resilient Australian community through volunteering.
Thank you to the many and varied volunteers in our community. The District Council of Grant recognises the valuable contribution you make to our community and appreciates your ongoing commitment.
Mission To lead, strengthen, promote and celebrate volunteering in Australia. Volunteering Australia is the recognised national peak body for volunteering in Australia, and plays an important leadership role among its members, the sector, and to the community more widely. It works hard to build strong, productive and mutually-beneficial partnerships, and believe the best results arise from effective collaboration with governments, businesses, not-for-profit organisations and individuals.
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The lifeblood of every community
Value of volunteers not to be underestimated Federal MP grateful for role of volunteers in region Dear Editor, The Week of 17 May 2021 is National Volunteers Week. It’s a week to highlight the importance of volunteering and acknowledge and thank those that give their time to volunteer for the benefit of others. The impact volunteers have on local communities, both socially and economically can never be underestimated. Never has this been more evident than after a year where Australia has dealt with a global pandemic. Amidst the pandemic, while
many of us stayed home, volunteers continued to deliver essential services, organise food packages and offer care, comfort and more to support the wellbeing of Australians. Volunteering is a key part of the bigger picture in our society, one that increases the strength, resilience and wellbeing of our community. It comes in all shapes and sizes – from a casual “yes I’ll help” through to a regular gig with one of the many community organisations who work tirelessly to help those in need.
Around 8.7 million Australians regularly volunteer their skills, services and time to improve the lives of those around them. Not only is volunteering a great community service – it also has enormous financial value - a value estimated in Australian’s case to be around $290 billion per annum. To all volunteer’s past and present - thank you for the vital role you play each and every day, and for making our communities stronger, especially during times of need, crisis and isolation. Tony Pasin MP Member for Barker
Volunteering SA is the peak body for volunteering and a volunteer support service. They work with individuals, organisations, businesses and communities to lead, advance, grow, promote and celebrate volunteering. Through key partnerships, we provide a range of services, support and resources for all volunteer involving organisations and just under a million volunteers, which contributes to positive volunteering experiences and the strengthening of communities. In South Australia there are almost one million volunteers, whose contribution is valued at around $5 billion annually.
City of Mount Gambier extends sincere gratitude to all volunteers for their ongoing commitment to our community.
Invaluable contribution Mount Gambier Mayor thanks volunteers
As we approach National Volunteer Week, on behalf of the City of Mount Gambier I wish to acknowledge the invaluable contribution of volunteers across our city. The theme for National Volunteer Week 2021 is Recognise. Reconnect. Reimagine. As a Council we RECOGNISE, celebrate and thank volunteers for the vital role they play in our community. Following a year when many experienced increased loneliness or isolation, we have RECONNECTED with our volunteers and now we REIMAGINE how we can support them and the many ways in which they assist, not just in our organisation but across the city. We all know of people throughout our community who selflessly give hundreds of hours of their own time to assist individuals, groups, organisations and associations to continue to prosper and I thank them for their efforts and encourage everyone to take the opportunity to express their gratitude throughout this annual celebration of volunteers. At the City of Mount Gambier volunteers enhance our capacity to deliver services across many areas from the Mount Gambier Library, Riddoch Arts and Cultural Centre, ReUse Market, Valley Lake
Conservation Park, Visitor Centre and they also provide invaluable assistance to community events and through the Youth Advisory Group. I also take this opportunity to offer our appreciation to the sporting, cultural and service clubs, emergency volunteers and nongovernment organisations, each of which provide an invaluable contribution to Mount Gambier. The ongoing dedication and selflessness of volunteers benefits
us all. During Volunteer Week we recognise that Mount Gambier continues to prosper thanks to the commitment of our many wonderful volunteers. As Mayor of the City of Mount Gambier, I thank all volunteers for the vital role you play each day, and for making our community stronger. Lynette Martin OAM MAYOR CITY OF MOUNT GAMBIER
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62 Spring View Dr, Suttontown
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228 Commercial St West, Mt Gambier
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Lot 91 & 92 Thomson St, Mt Gambier
Malcolm Lewis 0429 009 072
11 Greenwood Crt, Suttontown
AUCTION at the Port MacDonnell Football Club, 3rd June 11.00am
Damian Venn 0438 904 771
515 Eight Mile Creek Rd, Eight Mile Creek
49 Hectares | 3 1 8
LAND | 900m2
Damian Venn 0438 904 771
Melleray Crt Subdivision, Mt Gambier
LAND | From 5,004m2
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
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100A Commercial Street, Mt Gambier 3 $359,000 Open by appointment
32 Avey Road, Mt Gambier E.O.I by 26th May (Unless sold prior) Open by appointment
17 Greenwood Court, Mt Gambier $139,000 - $149,000 Open by appointment
62 Sisters Road, Moorak 3+ 1 3 Highest + Best Offers by 26th May (Unless sold prior) Open by appointment
Rental 22 Paltridge Street, Mt Gambier $370 P/W Available: 14/05/2021
8 Lasiandra Crescent, Mt Gambier $249,000 - $269,000 Open by appointment
5 Suttontown Avenue, Mt Gambier $399,000 - $419,000 Open by appointment
4 Rose Street, Mt Gambier $420 P/W Available: 07/05/2021
39 Ash Court, Mt Gambier $360 P/W Available: 04/06/2021
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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 1/2 Jardine Street, Mt Gambier $575,000 - $625,000 Open by appointment
Jess Teakle Property Management (08) 8724 7405
59 Lake Terrace West, Mt Gambier $779,000 - $799,000 Open by appointment
Water Front Cafe at the Jetty, Beachport $200,000 + Stock Open by appointment
Lot 2, 4, 5 & 6 Southend Access Road, Southend $150,000 - $160,000 Open by appointment
4 Yahl Hall Road, Mt Gambier $379,000 - $389,000 Open by appointment
Macey Humphries Administration (08) 8724 7405
FACT Fish & Chip Shop, Mt Gambier $349,000 Open by appointment
Stage 3, Mountview Estate, Compton From $145,000 Open by appointment
Hayley Goodwin Naomi Kieselbach Executive Property Assistant Management (08) 8724 7405 0438 883 992
Hairhouse Warehouse, Mt Gambier $180,000 + Stock Open by appointment
Sale Vacant Land
18 Marlow Court, Mt Gambier $79,000 Open by appointment
Property of the week Centrally located character home with an abundance of outdoor space.
Sale 1-3 Englebrecht Lane, Mt Gambier $299,000 Open by appointment
Ray White Mt Gambier 2A & 2B Mitchell Street Mount Gambier SA 5290 (08) 8724 7405 email@example.com raywhitemtgambier.com.au RLA 291953
116 Crouch Street, Mt Gambier. E.O.I by 31st May at 4pm (Unless sold prior) 4 Open by appointment
The property is located close to St Martin’s Lutheran College, MacDonald Park Primary, Treehouse Adventure Centre, and the Mount Gambier Marketplace. Entry through a classic timber hallway with access to bedrooms one and two, both offering BIR’s. The character bathroom offers a roll top bath with claw feet, a separate shower and toilet. The kitchen offers a b-fast bar, a walk-in pantry, s/steel appliances including an electric oven, stovetop and a d/washer. The paved verandah opens onto a timber decked pergola/alfresco entertaining area and path leading you to the triangular pitched outbuilding. This granny flat, come Airbnb is complete with a kitchenette, large double bedroom & a bathroom with gas water and heating. Additional features - double carport and shed with twin roller doors & a huge grassed paddock with stables.
unlocking dreams A: 22 Sturt Street, Mount Gambier P: 08 8723 3416 www.key2sale.com.au
47 Dalkeith Drive, Mount Gambier
55 North Nelson Road, Nelson
NEW > FAMILY RESIDENCE CLOSE TO SCHOOLS
NEW > NELSON SUMMERHOUSE
Built in 2001, there is plenty to love from the moment you walk in. Four bedrooms, the main and second with build in robes. Open plan main living with gas heater and reverse cycle split system air conditioning. Kitchen with gas cook top, electric oven and dishwasher. Second living area with second gas heater (log look). Two bathrooms, main with corner spa and separate shower, toilet located in the bathroom plus ensuite off the main bedroom. Offering new carpets and freshly painted. Large double concrete driveway leading to detached double lock up garage with power and toilet, connected to home by pergola. Secure enclosed rear yard. Convenient location in quite cul-de-sac situated within walking distance to McDonald Park and St Martins schools. $359,000-$389,000 Contact Ben Ransom 0400 870 362 61 DALKEITH DR, MT GAMBIER
RLA 282 450
Welcome to the Nelson Summerhouse in the popular township of Nelson, situated on an elevated block with breathtaking views over Northern side of the township. This property is currently being run as an Air BNB with excellent reviews and is offered for sale on a walk-in walk out basis with a list of quality inclusions. The well designed layout consists of 2 bedrooms with 2 ensuite style bathrooms, offering private accommodation for couples or small families. An outstanding feature of the home is the northerly facing kitchen/dining/living area offering r/c air conditioning, opening onto the beautifully designed timber deck, featuring spectacular views. Set on a low maintenance allotment, the property offers a rain water tank & lovely native gardens with room for additional shedding. 4 2 2
$349,000-$379,000 Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266 7 FAIRWAY CRT, WORROLONG
IDEAL EXECUTIVE LIVING - - -
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
MANNAWINDI – LUXURY FAMILY HOME WITH SPECTACULAR VIEWS - - - -
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 square home Intuitive floor plan is divided into two wings and is designed to take in the sweeping Southerly views over Mount Gambier Main section incorporates a luxurious master bedroom suite, gourmet Jarrah kitchen, sports bar and formal dining room 5 3 5 Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199
G004/7 LAKE TCE WEST, MT GAMBIER $285,000-$295,000
4001/7 LAKE TCE W, MT GAMBIER E.O.I
- Top level, spacious circular penthouse apartment that showcases spectacular panoramic views overlooking the lake city - Well-appointed kitchen boasting a generous amount of storage, granite counter tops, electric cooking complete with dishwasher
LAKES LOCATION - - - -
Attention investors or retires, check out this beautifully presented apartment, in an enviable location in Mount Gambier’s lakes area Ground floor location with easy access via picturesque front balcony of stunning views over the City 2 bedrooms with master offering WIR and ensuite. Main bathroom with floor to ceiling tiles and corner spa Classy kitchen with dishwasher and stainless steel appliances 2 2 2 Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266 LOT 102 GLENCOE RD, GLENCOE
$110,000 2.5 ACRES
- A great opportunity to build your country dream in the popular township of Glencoe - 2.5 acres with access from both Glencoe Road and The Springs Road - Close to the Glencoe Shop & Post Office - Scattered with attractive gum trees Gail Richards 0409 268 199
Ben Ransom 0400 870 362 6 KINGSLEY RD, ALLENDALE EAST
- 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
2 2 2
LOT 2 EIGHT MILE CREEK RD, PT MAC
$110,000 5.16 ACRES
- 5.16 acre allotment located within walking distance of the beach - Minutes from the Port MacDonnell General Store, Hotel & Chemist - Zoned Primary Production in the District Council of Grant - Located opposite Woolwash Caravan Park Al Lamond 0418 849 266
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312 COMMERCIAL ST WEST, MT GAMBIER
BIG HOUSE, BIG BLOCK & BIG SHEDS - - - -
Big and beautiful - central and spacious Zoned Light Industry, offering an incredible opportunity to reside & operate a business from the one property (S.T.C.A) Properties offering this size shedding with a home attached are near impossible to find in the city area In conjunction with Gebhardts Real Estate 3 2 12 Al Lamond 0418 849 266 3 IBIS ST, MT GAMBIER
- Exciting new subdivision overlooking the Mount Gambier Racecourse and surrounding countryside, located within minutes from the City Centre - Magnificent opportunity to build your dream home, with plenty of room for sheds and stables (S.T.C.A) - ONLY 2 ALLOTMENTS LEFT! Al Lamond 0418 849 266
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This double storey, brick home is a picture-perfect haven for any family The upstairs living area is like your very own sanctuary and the postcard views will take your breath away The practical timber kitchen features wall oven, dishwasher, abundant storage and huge walk in pantry 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 6 BENGALEE CRES, MT GAMBIER $430,000-$460,000
CLOCKWISE JEWELLERS, MT GAMBIER $150,000 + S.A.V
- Set on a 1987m2 allotment, properties of this size & elevation rarely come to the open market - Amazing views over the city to the Tower on Mount Gambier, plus glimpses of the top of Mount Schank - 4 double bedrooms, main with WIR & ensuite and remaining bedrooms with BIR’s
- RETIREMENT SALE - Assistance/training offered for before & after settlement - Beautifully presented jewellery business, located in the busy CBD shopping precinct of Mount Gambier - Offering an attractive shopfront with main street exposure near the new Aldi & Coles expansion
Al Lamond 0418 849 266 SHELLSEA CRT, PELICAN POINT
- Exciting land division in Pelican Point - Allotments ranging in size from 840m2 to 985m2 - Situated only 20 minutes’ drive from Mount Gambier - Get in quick with some allotments offering new aerobic septic systems & one with shedding - Phone your builder today so you don’t miss your chance! Al Lamond 0418 849 266
THE PICTURE-PERFECT HAVEN
- The home comprises of 5 good sized carpeted bedrooms, the master offering walk-in robe plus ensuite - Three living zones include spacious kitchen/dining/ family room, separate lounge and dining plus 2nd lounge room - Single garage UMR, undercover pergola plus 6 x 4m approx. shed 5 2 1 Sara McManus 0438 708 281 GLENBURNIE HEIGHTS
1 KEIL DR, NELSON
4 2 2
Al Lamond 0418 849 266
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
3 1 3
3 1 7
Sam Malseed + Jason Malseed
Auction this Saturday
6 McGregor St, Mt Gambier Auction 15th May 12pm
11.15am - 11.45am
375 The Springs Rd, Glencoe 8 acres (approx) $295,000
5.00pm - 5.30pm
26 Derwent Crt, Mt Gambier $255,000
1.30pm - 1.45pm
4 Fairway Crt, Worrolong $675,000 - $700,000
10.00am - 10.30am
Jason Malseed + Sam Malseed
4 1 1
Sam Malseed + Jason Malseed
4 2 2
4 1 9
11 Southern Ports Hwy, Southend 52.31 Hectares $450,000 - $495,000 Jason Malseed + Sam Malseed
440m Beach Front Access
154 - 156 Suttontown Rd, Suttontown $370,000
10.00am - 10.30am
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
4 2 2
Sam 8724 9999
Jason Malseed + Sam Malseed
Jason Malseed + Sam Malseed
Wendy 0468 692 993
86 Milstead St, Pt MacDonnell $295,000 - $305,000
117 Sea Pde, Pt MacDonnell $320,000 - $350,000
79 North Tce, Mt Gambier $429,000 - $439,000
Courtney 8724 9999
Lot 64 Gully Crt, Mil Lel $220,000
21 Williams Rd, Millicent $220,000
Selena 8724 9999
Kathy 8733 1989
3 1 2
Kelli 8724 9999
3 1 1
Tanya 8724 9999
Emilia 8724 9999
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Lot 8 Centenary View Dr, Compton $185,000
8 Manda St, Mt Gambier $285 per week
S A L R E A L E S TAT E
Land Size - Approximately 6,480m2
Land Size - Approximately 953m2
Return Verandah Villa of grand proportions
It’s Cheap, So Why Not Reap?
• With old character charm, this home comprises of 4 FOROFFERS SALE - $ BY 28TH MAY FOR SALE - BEST bedrooms plus study, formal lounge and semi open dining, kitchen and family areas • Light filled ‘atrium style’ kitchen/ dining area overlooking Address: 8 Milton Street, the gorgeous gardens • Roaring wood fire takes pride of place in the family room Mount Gambier • Bedrooms 1, 2 and 3 run off the central passage with gorgeous leadlight features Contact: Vicki Quinn • 2 outdoor entertaining areas, one with a wood fire and the other in a tuscan inspired garden 0417 804 782 • Stone garage is available for up to 5 vehicles • Serviced by solar panels, watering systems and a Imogene Ryan monitored alarm system • Beautiful tennis court 0408 065 540 • Secluded and quiet location • Best offers by Friday 28th May, at 12noon unless sold prior Property ID: 23077793
• Situated on a corner allotment this property is deceiving in size • Offering updated kitchen cabinetry with electric stove • Spacious lounge with polished floorboards • 3 to 4 bedrooms plus rear sunroom • Open plan kitchen dining • Single car shed and rear yard access • Solid stone home ripe for renovations • Currently tenanted at $225 per week until 14th Feb, 2022
FOR SALE -$ FOR SALE $189,000
Address: 2 Playford Street, Mount Gambier Contact: Vicki Quinn 0417 804 782 Property ID: 23074465
LISTINGS URGENTLY REQUIRED
Are you thinking of selling? The property market is on fire! Call one of our experienced Sales Consultants
Land Size - Approximately 859m2
today for a free appraisal.
Invest or Nest • • • • • • • • • •
A solid 3 bedroom home with loads of potential Separate lounge with cosy wood heating Updated kitchen cupboards with gas cooking Built in robes in bedroom 1 Polished timber floors Separate toilet and laundry with double trough Large rear pergola Single stone shed with roller door Aluminium windows Situated on the Southern side of the Highway, walking distance to the Blue Lake • Tenanted at $240 per week until 9th March, 2022
FOR SALE -$ FOR SALE $199,000
Address: 12 Dandaloo Place, Mount Gambier Contact: Vicki Quinn 0417 804 782 Property ID: 23073919
0417 804 782
0408 065 540
0438 344 042
RENTAL OF THE WEEK
• 3/32 Bertha Street, Mount Gambier
$220 p/w - Avail 02/06
• 14 Dove Place, Mount Gambier
$285 p/w - Avail 21/05
• 3 Matthew Flinders Way, Mount Gambier
$295 p/w - Avail NOW
• 20a Boandik Terrace, Mount Gambier
$330 p/w - Avail 21/05
• 54C Gray Street, Mount Gambier
EXPERIENCE THE SAL DIFFERENCE
$380 p/w - Avail NOW
2 Bedroom Unit With Air Conditioning • Neat, 2 Bedroom unit in quiet location with split system air conditioning • Upgraded Kitchen/Dining with electric appliances
FOR SALE - $ P/W FOR RENT $220
Address: 1/10 Marara Street, Mount Gambier
• Bathroom includes separate shower and bath • Spacious laundry Candice Merrett 0419 387 094 Property Manager
Jo Gibbs 0437 902 438 Property Manager
• Single car garage • Sorry, no pets • BOND $800
Jo Gibbs 0437 902 438
Property ID: 23076159
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
35 Carmel Drive
78 Crouch Street South
2 Wimmera Street
13 Kyrenia Court
312 Commercial Street West
3 Foote Street
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.
E.O.I 5+ 4 1 Massive family home with no shortage of space, bedrooms or bathrooms! Open plan kitchen and meals with built in bar, electric cooking and dishwasher. Spacious family and dining room with access to pergola plus rear yard access.
13 Currawong Crescent
$210,000-$225,000 4 1 2 Solid Mount Gambier stone home on approximately 742m2, open plan kitchen and dining with slow combustion heating. Three generous sized bedrooms all with built in robes. Fourth bedroom or study with timber floor.
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!
3/46 Brownes Road
34/184 Jubilee Highway West
$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.
$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!
Gebhardts Property Management
$155 pw | Available 8/6/21
24B/184 Jubilee Hwy West
$230 pw | Available 18/6/21
14 Hillcrest Avenue
$270 pw | Available 4/6/21
24C Bay Road
$370 pw | Available 4/6/21
6 Bengalee Crescent
22 Lansell Street
$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
Suite 2/14 Helen Street, Mount Gambier www.gebhardts.com.au
389 Commercial Street West
3/3 Kilsby Place
E.O.I by 4th June at 12 noon
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!
$299,000-$309,500 3 2 5 Quiet cul-de-sac location, a lovely brick and tile home. Open plan kitchen and dining with access to enclosed pergola. Shedding galore – single carport plus approx. 12m X 6m shed.
Beautifully maintained property on 2,050m2 allotment approx. Stunning character features, high ceilings, ornate cornice. Close to city centre – held in family for over 55 years. A rare opportunity awaits!
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
Avail NOW Commercial • Land size approx. 2928m2, Office area approx. 237m2 & Warehouse approx. 580m2 • Off street parking, easy access for trucks • Consisting of front show room/reception area with access to warehouse, 3 working cubicles, 2 offices, kitchen/filing area, office with rear exit & filing room, file area, male & female toilets
$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.
Apply online www.tenantoptions.com.au firstname.lastname@example.org Ph 8724 8088
21 Sturt Street
Avail NOW Commercial • Land size approx. 957m2, floor area approx. 120m2 • Off street parking • 3 consulting rooms, one with gas log fire and one with basin • Front reception/waiting room with gas log fire and air conditioner • Zoning CCE City Centre, perfect for a business, office or consultancy
21 Sturt Street 24B Oak Street 2/2 James Street 32 Commercial Street West 93 Commercial Street West 94 Commercial Street East 97 Commercial Street West 99 Commercial Street West 101 Commercial Street West 389 Commercial Street West 389C Commercial Street West
RURAL RUNDOWN Virtual tours on offer
Mount Gambier Market Report CATTLE
Making cutting edge technologies more accessible South East AgTech demonstration farms are the first in South Australia to go virtual as part of the Marshall Liberal Government’s strategy to grow AgTech adoption. The Struan Best Practice Demonstration Farm held an AgTech field day at the end of last month where it launched an online virtual tour to explore the technology on show. Minister for Primary Industries and Regional Development David Basham (pictured) said almost 20 different technologies are currently operating at the South East demonstration farms. “We have established six AgTech demonstration farms in the South East, Barossa, Riverland and Eyre Peninsula to showcase already available cutting-edge technologies and encourage greater on-farm adoption of innovative solutions,” Minister Basham said. “Launching the first virtual tour of the AgTech demonstration farms at Struan and Kybybolite will give farmers the ability to assess the benefits of these technologies without travelling to the site. “It is exciting to see the first virtual tour of our AgTech demonstration
farms and we plan to roll this access out across the other four sites.” The launch of the virtual tour coincided with a field day at Struan showing farmers how their businesses can be enhanced through the adoption of such technologies. “The Marshall Liberal Government regards AgTech as a key to unlocking the potential of South Australia’s agricultural sector and the initiatives being undertaken at our AgTech demonstration farms are focus points of the South Australian AgTech Strategic Plan,” Minister Basham said. “This is why we have invested $2.4 million over three years to encourage the uptake of these technologies, which has the potential to return up to $2.6 billion per annum to the South Australian economy. “We know our primary producers want to see how AgTech and best practice management solutions can work for them in real time.” The Best Practice Demonstration Farm at Struan is a joint State Government collaboration with Elders through its Thomas Elder Institute.
Elders managing director Mark Allison said the governmentindustry collaboration at Struan and Kybybolite research farms is providing a platform groundtruthing of new technologies and demonstration of the latest research and commercial products. “The field day is part of our approach to ensuring these demonstration farms are a resource for ongoing industry education,” he said. “The Struan and Kybybolite demonstration farms provide the link between cuttingedge research occurring in South Australia, nationally and internationally, and the implementation of these developments by farmers on their own properties. “It will show how AgTech can be applied to a large range of dayto-day farming needs to save time and improve productivity.” The Struan and Kybybolite Best Practice Demonstration Farms are also supported by Meat and Livestock Australia (MLA). To undertake a virtual tour at the Struan and Kybybolite AgTech demonstration farms, visit: https:// farmvr.com/virtual-tours/pirsabpdf/
RLA: 269823 / 249554
Beautiful Family Home
• Located in popular Montebello area
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and heifers from 440c to 480c/ kg. Grown steers and bullocks were also small in number as they ranged from 332c to 425c to the trade with a lift of 11c while feeders were active from 335c to 421c/kg. Grown heifers to the trade made from 350c to 412c with a lift of 20c to 30c as feeders sought these from 355c to 444c as manufacturing steers sold from 260c to 326c/kg. Heavy cows saw a lift of 18c as they made from 296c to 330c to the trade with the lighter types also to the trade returned from 232c to 285c with feeder activity from 222c to 313c and restocker support from 304c to 355c/kg. Heavy bulls ranged from 210c to 284c as lightweights to feed made to 381c/kg.
When you’re ready 28 Stiles Street, Mount Gambier
Numbers lifted a little as agents offered 610 head of liveweight and open auction cattle. These sold to a larger field of trade and processor buyers with some regulars returning along with feeder and restocker orders. Quality improved last week with more weight and condition over the pens as the market sold to dearer rates. Yearling steers to the trade were small in number as they ranged from 385c to 470c with similar heifers making from 462c to 480c/kg. Feeders orders were very strong here as they operated on steers from 362c to 481c and on heifers from 410c to 480c/ kg. Restockers also provided some good competition as they sought steers from 451c to 531c
D L O SIRST WEEK
• 4 bedrooms, main with ensuite
• Gas cooking and ducted gas heating • R /C air conditioning systems
• 3.8Kw solar panel array
• Outdoor entertaining area
• Substantial double bay shedding
SALES PRICE $400,000
LENS TRADING CO
Business For Sale
4 Margaret Street, Mount Gambier
Owners want to retire and wish to sell this outstanding business. With franchises including Honda, John Deere and brands such as Makita, McCulloch, Masport gardening equipment, also Jindara and Heat Charm heaters all selling consistently backed up by workshop repairs on site, this business has been successfully run by the current owners since 2004. The business is well known, supported and respected with strong customer loyalty and sales. This is a business that could suit a family enterprise or energenic individuals looking to start a new and exciting future. Your enquiry is welcome.
SALES PRICE $120,000
(Includes plant and equipment) plus S.A.V. Selling as “A GOING CONCERN”. GST applies.
0488 055 924
RURAL RUNDOWN Hamilton Market Report - SHEEP & LAMBS WEDNESDAY Agents yarded 15,488 lambs and 4676 sheep at Hamilton last week. The offering of lambs was of a similar weight range to the last sale but plainer in quality. There was a good offering of sheep, with all weights and grades available. All the regular buyers were in attendance but not all were fully active there was limited restocking competition restricted to local areas and they paid to $183/head. The market was erratic at times with the lambs back to the paddock being $10 cheaper and more in places, the light weight trade lambs 2 and 3 score weighing 18 to 22kg were $5 to $8/head dearer. Whilst the 2 and 3 score medium weights 22 to 25kg sold from $5 to $10 cheaper and the very heavy end 26 to 30kg and over were softer by $10/head. Light to medium weight 1 and 2 score sheep were $15 to $20 softer in places whilst the medium weight 3 scores sold firm to $5 cheaper and the heavy weights 26 to 30kg plus were $5/ head softer. Light 12 to 18kg lambs made from $51 to $165/head, averaging from 738c to 1,165c/kg cwt. The light trade weight lambs 18 to 22kg sold from $154 to $182/head to average between 745c and 810c/kg cwt. The medium trade weight lambs 22 to 25kg made from $172 to $ 210/head, to average from 715c to 780c/kg cwt. Heavy trade weight lambs 26 to 30kg and over sold up to $ 240/ head, to average 610c/kg cwt. The 3 score hoggets made to a top of $145/head. Heavier crossbred sheep made to $230/ head. The better well covered Merino ewes were making from $149 to $190/head. Wethers sold from $178 to $200/head. The general run of Merino mutton was making from 630c to 660c/kg cwt. Terminal ram sires sold to a top of $126 and Merino rams made to $152/head.
Mount Gambier Market Report - CATTLE Numbers increased a little as agents yarded 528 head of liveweight and open auction cattle. These sold to a small field of trade and processor buyers along with a number of feeder orders while restockers struggled to find suitable lots with the small offering. Quality was very mixed as the market sold to an easier trend last week. Yearling steers
to the trade sold to 460c as feeders took most of these from 450c to 475c/kg. Yearling heifers to the trade made from 320c to 495c with feeder support here from 388c to 517c/kg for lighter types. Grown steers and bullocks were scarce as they ranged from 336c to 388c to the trade with feeders operating from 370c to 400c/kg. Grown heifers to the
trade made from 310c to 440c as feeders were active from 325c to 441c as manufacturing steers sold to 302c/kg. Heavy cows sold from 280c to 313c as the lighter selection returned from 218c to 280c/kg. Feeders were active here from 235c to 270c with restocker activity from 304c to 312c as bulls ranged from 233c to 280c/kg.
Naracoorte Market Report - CATTLE Numbers fell by half as agents yarded 469 head of liveweight and open auction cattle following the public holiday. These sold to the usual array of trade and processor buyers with not all of these fully active along with feeder and restockers. Quality was mixed from store types up to those off feed, with the pricing also being mixed as a result. Yearling steers to the trade ranged from 428c to 460c to be 20c to 30c easier, with similar heifers returning from 356c to 500c/kg. Feeders sought steers from 410c to 465c, and heifers from 370c to 462c/kg. Restockers were active on both steers and heifers from 400c to 485c/kg. Grown steers were small in number as the trade operated from 395c to 435c, with feeder support from 410c to 440c/kg. Grown heifers to the trade made from 307c to 410c, with feeder activity from 383c to 412c/kg. Manufacturing steers ranged from 270c to 315c/kg. Heavy weight cows lifted in price by up to 4c as they mainly ranged from 288c to 320c with an isolated sale to 330c/kg. The light weight types to the trade and to feed made from 240c to 276c/kg. Restockers sourced cows from 286c to 310c/kg. The heavy weight bulls made from 250c to 280c/kg to the trade. Light weight types also to the trade made up to 411c/kg.
Naracoorte Market Report - SHEEP & LAMBS Overall numbers eased as agents yarded 5917 lambs and 1197 sheep which was less numbers in the lambs as sheep numbers remained steady with a combined total of 7114 head. These sold to the usual field of trade and processor buyers with a number of active restockers also present. Quality was mixed with something to suit all orders as the lamb market sold to dearer rates last week.
Light lambs to the trade ranged from $89 to $152 with the lightweight trade 2 and 3 score selection returning from $148 to $162/head. Restockers turned lambs back out from $120 to $177/head. Tradeweight 3 score lambs made from $158 to $188 with most of these lambs making from 770c to 810c/kg cwt with a lift in price of $3 to $5/head. Heavy lambs sold from $186
to $218 with the extra heavy pens returning vendors from $212 to the market high of $263/ head. Hoggets sold from $153 to $215 as light sheep made from $102 to $113/head. Medium weighted sheep returned from $128 to $171 with the heavy pens making from $163 to $218/ head. Wethers ranged from $138 to $240 as rams made from $80 to $140/head.
Funding program extended Farmers impacted by drought will be given another 12 months to apply for funding from the On-farm Emergency Water Infrastructure Rebate Scheme (EWIRS) to help them build much needed infrastructure to make their properties drought resilient. Minister for Resources, Water and Northern Australia Keith Pitt said farmers will now have until June next year to utilise the $50 million in funding secured for the EWIRS by the Coalition Government in the 2020-21 Budget. Member for Barker Tony Pasin said it was a win for farmers in Barker and the funds will now be available for another year. “The Coalition Government has listened to farmers in the Barker and recognised the importance of the scheme by doubling the Federal funding available as well as extending the timeframes,” Mr Pasin said. “This is great news for drought affected farmers as these rebates empower farmers to take proactive steps to ensure their properties remain drought resilient. “This has been a hugely popular program that’s made a real difference for thousands of Australian farmers facing the devastating challenges of drought. “I’ve heard and seen firsthand how drought affected livestock
producers and horticulturalists with permanent plantings have put in bores, dams and pipes – now even more farmers will get this opportunity. “This program in partnership with the South Australian State Liberal Government is yet another example of how Federal and State Governments can work together in the interests to deliver for local farmers. “ Federal Minister for Resources, Water and Northern Australia, Keith Pitt said the scheme can be used to fund small scale on-farm drought proofing water projects, including buying and laying pipes, installing water storage devices, such as tanks and troughs associated with stock watering and desilting dams and water bores. “Farmers value the rebate because it helps them manage the here-and-now when it comes to keeping livestock watered and permanent plantings alive in a drought – but importantly it also improves productivity so they are better prepared for the next inevitable drought at some point in the future,” he said. “This program is about helping farmers being drought prepared and drought resilient.” For more information on the rebate visit the Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment website.
Mount Gambier Market Report SHEEP & LAMB Numbers remained steady as agents yarded 653 lambs and 109 sheep to total 762 head overall. These sold to a small field of trade and processor buyers with some restockers also present and active over the offering. Quality was mixed with something to suit all orders as the best of the lambs sold at rates similar to the week before. Light lambs to the trade ranged from $83 to $126 as the lightweight trade 2 and 3 score selection made from $142 to $163/head. Restockers purchased a range of lambs to grow on from $80 to $168/head. Heavy lambs ranged from $170 to $203 to average around the 765c/kg cwt area as the extra heavy pens made from $212 to the market high of $241/head. Hoggets sold to $177 as the light sheep made from $120 to $152/head. Heavy sheep made from $150 to $170 as rams sold to $120/head
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Mount Gambier to host national conference
Everyone welcome to opening Naracoorte Lucindale Council is inviting the community to the official opening of the Naracoorte Market Square Project on Monday, May 17. The new skate bowl and pump track at the Naracoorte Market Square Recreation Area at 19 MacDonnell St will be officially opened from 3.45-5.30pm by the Member for Barker Mr Tony Pasin and Naracoorte Lucindale Mayor Erika Vickery OAM. The Naracoorte Market Square Project has been made possible by the Federal Local Roads and Community Infrastructure Program and Naracoorte Lucindale Council. Federal funding for the project was $215,000, with the total project cost coming in at just over $250,000. The lead contractor for the new skate bowl and pump track was Grind Projects Pty Ltd from Kyneton, Victoria. Local businesses were also sub-contracted to complete some of the works. Needs for the new skate bowl (Stage 2 of the Naracoorte Market
Square Project) and pump track (Stage 3) were identified during community consultation on the design of the Stage 1 upgrade of the skate park carried out in 2016. The latest works form part of the implementation of the Market Square Masterplan, which has included shade structures over the playground, an improved path network, the establishment of a carpark to include longvehicle carparking, playground soft-flooring upgrades, additional shelters and picnic furniture, the installation of a dog park and landscaping. The official opening of the Naracoorte Market Square Project will be held when schools close for the day on Monday to allow local families to take their children along. Free snacks will be provided for children at the opening and they can also have lots fun trying out the new skate bowl and pump track on their skateboards, scooters and bikes.
Mount Gambier will host the national conference of humanitarian organisation RyderCheshire Australia on May 15. The event at the University of South Australia campus will link to online conference hubs in Ballarat, Casterton and Melbourne and speakers overseas, with supporters also taking part virtually via Zoom and YouTube. The biennial conference was originally scheduled for last year but had to be postponed because of COVID-19. Ryder-Cheshire has two homes in Mount Gambier providing lifelong accommodation for people with disabilities and operates Ivanhoe Homes in Melbourne which offers low-cost accommodation for hospitalreferred patients and their carers. The Australian organisation also helps fund Ryder-Cheshire’s Klibur Domin facility in Timor-Leste and the Raphael facility in India. The National President of Ryder-Cheshire Australia, Mount Gambier district resident Rory McEwen, said funding would be a focus of the conference. “The challenges are ever growing, but by working together we will find ways to maintain and grow what we do,” he said. “What we must continue to do is raise sufficient funds to support
our homes and their work. That will mean doing things differently. “This year’s Biennial will need to serve as a platform for redefining our processes and finding new ways to raise revenue. “Relying on existing sponsorships, fundraisers and bequests will not achieve this. “Growing our supporter base and seeking corporate sponsorships will be essential,” Mr McEwen said. The conference will include Zoom sessions with the heads of Klibur Domin and Raphael, as well as an update on accommodation services provided by Ryder-Cheshire in New Zealand. Klibur Domin is an 85-bed healthcare centre that caters for sick, disabled and destitute people, and provides a specialist service to detect tuberculosis in the community and care for those patients. Several groups of South East residents have travelled to TimorLeste to do voluntary work to improve the facility.
Raphael assists with TB control, as well as providing rehabilitation for children and young adults with disabilities, and lifelong care for people with disabilities who have been rejected by society. It also operates an online outreach service with sessions including physiotherapy, speech therapy and special education, and counselling for parents who often have no other access to training or information about children with disability. Ryder-Cheshire was founded in India in 1959 by Group Captain Lord Geoffrey Leonard Cheshire and his wife Baroness Sue Ryder, and has the motto ‘the relief of suffering.’
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Classifications: (G) General, (PG) Parental Guidance, (M) Mature Audiences, (MA15+) Mature Audience Over 15 Years[s] Subtitles, Consumer Advice: (d) drug references, (s) sexual references or sex scenes (h) horror, (l) language, (mp) medical procedures, (n) nudity, (v) violence
TV THURSDAY, MAY 13 NINE SA 4F>G FGG ==F>G =.FGG =FGG .FGG >FGG &FGG 4FGG FGG !FGG !F>G
THURSDAY MAY 13
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BOILERMAKER / FABRICATOR We currently have an excellent opportunity for a trade qualified, experienced boilermaker / fabricator to join the engineering team at our Mount Gambier facilities. Primarily this position is day shift, however there are times when the successful applicant will be required to work a rotating 4-shift roster. You will be responsible for project work, scheduled & unscheduled breakdown maintenance and trouble shooting. Responsibilities include: • Ability to complete, read and interpret drawings and specifications for projects as required • Coordinate any required resources to complete projects within agreed timeframes • Accuracy and quality of finished work • Maintaining housekeeping standards, tools and equipment • Maintaining and improving existing systems • Contributing to the continuous improvement to safety standards and systems • Flexibility to take on a broad role to support the team and needs of the plant The successful applicant will have: • Completed their qualification and be competent in all aspects of their trade including MiG, TiG, Oxy Fuel and Arc welding. • Competent in the four basic welding positions • A minimum of two years’ experience in fabrication / welding • Excellent attention to detail, ensuring accuracy and quality of finished work • Experience working in a busy, hands on environment • Able to perform related fabrication tasks including assemble and installation of plant and equipment • Enthusiasm and the ability to multi-task • Great communication skills with the ability to deal with people at all levels • The ability to work unsupervised or as part of a team
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200g dried macaroni pasta 1 tablespoon olive oil 1 red onion, finely chopped 1 red capsicum, deseeded, finely chopped 500g lean beef mince 30g sachet taco seasoning 375g jar mild thick and chunky salsa 180ml (3/4 cup) cheese pasta bake sauce 100g (1 cup) pre-grated pizza cheese 125g (1/2 cup) sour cream 125g cherry tomatoes, quartered 1 avocado, chopped 2 green shallots, chopped Method Preheat oven to 200C/180C fan forced. Cook the pasta in a large saucepan of salted boiling water following packet directions or until al dente. Drain. Meanwhile, heat the oil in a large saucepan over medium-high heat. Add the onion and capsicum. Cook, stirring, for 5 minutes or until softened. Add the beef. Cook, stirring with a wooden spoon to break up any lumps, for 5 minutes or until browned. Add the taco seasoning to the pan. Cook, stirring, for 1 minute or until well combined. Add the pasta, salsa and cheese sauce. Season. Cook, stirring, until combined and warmed through. Transfer to a baking dish and smooth the surface. Scatter with cheese. Bake for 20-25 minutes or until golden. Serve topped with sour cream, tomato, avocado and shallot.
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Your skills and work ethic will be rewarded with excellent working conditions and competitive terms and conditions of employment. This is a full-time permanent position within our engineering team. To be successful in this role you must be motivated and be willing to put in the effort required to complete jobs in a timely manner. Attention to detail and highest quality workmanship are paramount. As part of the selection process, applicants must be prepared to undergo a pre-employment medical examination which includes functional, audiometric and drug and alcohol testing.
Borg is an Equal Opportunity Employer. For more information and to apply for this position, please visit https://careers.borgs.com.au Applications close 5:00pm, Friday 14th May 2021. Sales Duncan McGregor 0407 722 983 Jill Collins 0400 598 327 Roz Crispino 0419 366 649
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Notice is hereby given that Wattle Range Council pursuant to Section 33 of the Road Traffic Act 1961, declares that Petticoat Lane, Penola (from Portland Street to Ralston Street) be closed to vehicular traffic from 9.00 am to 5.00 pm on Sunday, 16 May 2021 for the purpose of facilitating the Penola Coonawarra Arts Festival. Ben Gower CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
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.
Temporary Road Closure Penola
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
DISTRICT COUNCIL OF GRANT
PUBLIC NOTICE RATING REVIEW AND DRAFT ANNUAL BUSINESS PLAN & BUDGET 2021/22 Councils Rating Review and Draft Annual Business Plan and Budget for the 2021/22 financial year is out for Public Exhibition and comment. The Draft Plan and Budget and the Rating Review Consultation Paper can be accessed via Council’s Your Say Site: www.yoursaydcg.com.au Members of the public wishing to make comment are invited to provide written submissions via the relevant Your Say DCG page or via hard copy feedback form to Council by 5.30pm on Monday 31 May 2021. Submissions can be forwarded to District Council of Grant, PO Box 724 Mount Gambier SA 5290 or via email; firstname.lastname@example.org. A Public Meeting will be held on 5:30pm Monday 31 May at the Mount Gambier Council office. Darryl Whicker Chief Executive Officer
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SPORT Traditional rivalries ignited
The Mount Gambier Table Tennis Autumn 2021 Season continued this week, with Round 2 of competition serving up some classic traditional rivalries and close matchups. A Grade’s first match-up saw a dominant Assassins outfit record an easy won over Sweet Sour Pork. Assassins player Leigh Barry produced an impressive individual performance, winning all three of his singles rubbers to lead his team to victory, Kevin Patzel also remaining undefeated. There were few positives for the Sweet Sour Pork team, Ward Freeman’s titanic five game triumph over Nick Aston taking them to an early 2-1 lead before they were ultimately overpowered, Assassins winning the next six rubbers to run away with an 8-3 result. In the second of the A Grade matches, Anything IDK were pushed early by a plucky Tigers team before they were finally able to break the shackles late, thanks to strong performances from Chandler Jantosh and Bill-John Watson. Jantosh, Watson and Sanith Ghetia recorded vital singles victories at the tail end of the night to clinch the 7-4 victory for their team. For the Tigers, Greg Megaw performed gallantly to record a clean sheet in his singles rubbers. In B1, Colossal Gnomes were led superbly by David Fox to a comfortable accounted for Top Deck, 8 rubbers to 3. Top Deck’s Justin Hutchesson opened up proceedings for with a spectacular five game marathon against his Colossal Gnomes opponent Cameron Beal, before Fox squared the ledger, easily accounting for Kuncheria Luka. Hayden Luo then put Top Deck’s noses in front again with another classic five game victory over Rowan Hardcastle, but that was the last of the highlights for Top Deck as Colossal Gnomes seized control of the match and raced to victory. It was a McPhee family affair in the second of the B1 matches, Warriors player Aaron McPhee came up against his parents Katrina and Brian playing for McPheest, Aaron claiming a tight four game victory against his dad before being given a harsh reality check by mum. It was Aaron who had the last laugh though, his Warriors team cruising to an easy 8-3 win off the back of a clinical performance by Graham Jantosh. B2’s first match saw Corey Jeffery and Andrew Telford dominated their matchups to guide their ACL team to an easy 8-3 win over The Celtics, whilst in the other match Young & Old appeared to have the Rockets’ measure when they led five rubbers to two before Rockets players James Peake, Marga Steele and Felix Owusu producing a famous comeback, reeling off the final four rubbers of the night to snatch an unlikely 6-5 result. Owusu produced a sterling individual performance to come away with a clean sheet. The C Grade kicked off with the now famous “Showdown” between Tom Horrigan playing for The Odd Bunch and Angus Billing playing for Butterfly’s. In an eerie repeat of the last encounter between the two friendly rivals, Billing powered to a two game lead before Horrigan lifted and broke his opponent’s spirit, grinding out a memorable five game victory that will again be instilled in folklore. There were few other highlights in the contest, The Odd Bunch cruising to victory in the first six rubbers before Butterfly’s player Nudeen Cook finally gave her team a consolation win. The Butterfly’s added some respectability to the scoreboard late, the end result 7-4 in favour of the Odd Bunch. In the final C Grade match of the round, 3 Of A Kind were led by Campbell Fox to a comfortable 7-4 victory over a gallant Outcasts team. The match hung in the balance for most of the night until Fox and Emina Leamey recorded victories in their third singles rubbers respectively to seal the win for 3 Of A Kind. 3-rubber winners: • A Grade: Leigh Barry, Kevin Patzel (Assassins), Greg Megaw (Tigers) • B1 Grade: David Fox (Colossal Gnomes), Graham Jantosh (Warriors) • B2 Grade: Corey Jeffrey, Andrew Telford (ACL), Felix Owusu (Rockets) • C Grade: Campbell Fox (3 Of A Kind) GETTING THE JOB DONE: Tracey Escreet in action
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An Olympian & milestone men the highlight of a big day of results at McDonald Park
A TRIO OF CHAMPIONS: Triple Olympian Rachael Sporn was the special guest at the East Gambier President’s Lunch at the weekend. Western Border Netball stars and their respective team’s captains Lisa Duldig (Millicent) & Tarsh McCallum (East Gambier rubbed shoulders with the former Adelaide Lightning and Detroit Shock superstar.
AND THE PARADE OF CHAMPIONS CONTINUES: Two of the most respected players in the Western Border Football League were chaired off the ground in milestone matches - Millicent’s Steve Duldig (left) racked up game number 350, while East Gambier’s Shem Balshaw (right) made it 200 as a Bulldog.
SPEAKING OF CHAMPIONS: East Gambier goal attack and two time WBNA best & fairest Tenille Gray during her side’s win over Millicent at the weekend.
STAR ON THE RISE: Millicent defender Hannah Nitschke looks to turn defence into attack at the weekend in the reigning premiers’12 goal loss to East.
MCDONALD PARK ACTION: Mliicent’s Tom Renzi looks for a team mate in traffic with this handball (above left); Nick Lock (East Gambier) looks to stop Gene Robinson (Millicent) in his tracks (above right) and (right) Millicent goal attack Demi Verbena takes possession as East Gambier defender Lisa Fyfe looks to stop the possession being a damaging one. PHOTOS COURTESY OF FRANK MONGER
Volleyball results DIVISION ONE Giants d Norf 2-1 (Best players: Campbell Baker, Tim Scarth); KnOzB d All Stars 3-0 (Best players: Shar Say, Braydon Teakle); KnOzA d Never Come Back 2-2 (countback) (Best players: Pah Ni, Johnson Johnson) DIVISION TWO Karenni 74 d Rock Stars 4-0 (Best players: De Caw Htoo, Cabh Ly); Titans Navy d Super Bomb 2-1 (K. Connolly, D. Johnson); HZARS d Balls Palsy 3-0 (Best players: Alex Popovich); Hope d Procrastinators 4-0 (Best players: Plu Soe, Mary Telford); Super Fly d Titans Blue 2-1 (best players: Soe Nay Johnson, Oscar Adams)
Western Border Football SENIORS North Gambier 3.0 7.5 9.7 15.11 (101) West Gambier 5.3 7.4 12.6 12.8 (80) Goals -North: J. McConnell 5; S. Stafford 4; A. Kitschke 2; J. Hriffith, T. McLennan, D. Munn, N. McInerney. West: G. Ha 3; L. Bradley-Brown, T. Lewis, M. Minuzzo 2; J. Williams, D. Phillips, N. Taylor. Best - North: J. Schutz, B. Stephenson, A. Kitschke, T. McLennan, J. Turner, N. McInerney. West: L. Bradley-Brown, R. Cowling, T. McPartlan, T. Lewis, B. Kranz, A. Jarnevic. Millicent 4.5 6.9 12.12 13.14 (92) East Gambier 3.1 5.3 6.6 11.8 (74) Goals - Millicent: G. Robinson 4; J. Carger 3; S. Willis 2; D. Tincknell, M. RFeilly, J. Werchon, F. Bradley. East: M. Rumbelow, T. Lockwood, G. Cooper 2; S. Lock, L. Johinston, J. Forster, R. Janeway, B. Nunan. Millicent: J. Carger, C. Gallio, Z. McGuiness, T. Renzi, J. Cushion, D. Tincknell. East: G. Cooper, J. Harrap, J. Eldridge, M. Rumbelow, T. Lockwood, S. Lock. South Gambier 3.1 10.4 12.10 20.13 (133) Casterton Sandford 2.3 2.3 4.3 5.3 (33) Goals - South: B. Kain 7; J. Tentye 4; B. Howard 3; C. Munro 2; D. Handreck, K. Eagleson, R. Hein. Casterton Sandford: R. Killey 3; D. Ayton, J. Gibbs, G. Parsons. Best - South: K. Bowd, T. Reid, J. tentye, B. Howard, R. Hein. Casterton Sandford: M. Killey, D. Carlin, D. Ayton, J. Gibbs, G. Parsons. RESERVES West Gambier 16.8 (104) d North Gambier 7.7 (49) Millicent 7.16 (58) d East Gambier 7.2 (44) South Gambier 20.25 (145) d Casterton Sandford 1.0 (6) UNDER 18 Millicent 15.10 (100) d East Gambier 1.2 (8) West Gambier 8.7 (55) d North Gambier 5.8 (38) UNDER 16 West Gambier 9.7 (61) d North Gambier 5.10 (40) Millicent 14.11 (95) d East Gambier 2.2 (14) South Gambier Red 24.14 (156) d Casterton Sandford 1.2 (8) Casterton Sandford v South Gambier White (May 12) UNDER 14 North Gambier 11.4 (70) d West Gambier 1.6 (12) East Gambier 5.8 (38) d Millicent 3.3 (21) South Gambier Red 6.11 (47) d Casterton Sandford 4.6 (30) Casterton Sandford v South Gambier White (May 12)
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A GRADE East Gambier 58 (E, Hunter, T. Bosko) d Millicent 46 (L. Denton, K. Tincknell); South Gambier 64 (L. Munro, I, Walker) d Casterton Sandford 34 (S. Jarrad, C. Foster); West Gambier 66 (S. Ritter, J. Ritter) d North Gambier 58 (E. Brown, C. Davey) A RESERVE Millicent 62 (S. Ellis, A. Campbell) d East Gambier 44 (C. Horrigan, I. Lamb); Casterton Sandford 58 (S. Filder, R. Newell) d South Gambier 34 (K. Horrigan, M. Thiele); North Gambier 55 (A. Bryan, P. McInerney) d West Gambier 38 (C. Hunter, B. Kuller) B GRADE Millicent 54 (N. Domaschenz, H. Douglas) d East Gambier 30 (Z. Cornolo, N. Smith); South Gambier 44 (L. Bruggemann, S. Auld) d Casterton Sandford 38 (A. McKinnon, Z. Crawford); North Gambier 46 (S. Dally, A. Whan) d West Gambier 30 (A. Boyd, J. Kipping) C GRADE Millicent 34 (S. Sims, J. Reilly) d East Gambier 28 (A. Quick, G. Quick); South Gambier 49 (B. Winterfield, B. Morale) d Casterton Sandford 22 (G. Mcpeake, K. Hutchins); North Gambier 54 (H. Fox, C. Miller) d West Gambier 31 (E. Jolley, M. Milich) 17 & UNDER Millicent 74 (R. Kenny, P. McRae) d East Gambier 32 (A. Bosko, B. Jean); South Gambier 63 (A. Duncan, E. Bouchier) d Casterton Sandford 33 (E. Jarrad, C. Humphries); West Gambier 63 (Z. Malseed, T. Bryant) d North Gambier 40 9A. Norman, L. Norman) 15 & UNDER A Millicent 54 (P. Venn, L. Van Eeden) d East Gambier 21 (I. Dwyer, T. Burford); Casterton Sandford 26 (I. Lane, L. Michelmore) d South Gambier 24 (M. Harrold, J. Jennings); North Gambier 41 (M. Griffith, T. Jones) d West Gambier 29 (L. Croker, A. Pearson) 15 & UNDER B East Gambier 28 (T. Geraghty, M. Button)I d Millicent 26 (B. Gysbers, A. Pratt); Casterton Sandford 47 (L. Michelmore, I. Lane) d South Gambier 20 (C. Attiwill, G. Dalton); West Gambier 40 (H. Boult, J. Heraper) d North Gambier25 (M. Dyson, M. Allen) 13 & UNDER A Millicent 53 (A. Dean, P. Paul) d East Gambier 15 (K. Kerr, S. Clark); South Gambier 37 (B. Bell, R. Milich) d Casterton Sandford 11 (A. Crauford, O. Nolte); North Gambier 35 (E. Adam, R. Mitchell) d West Gambier 15 (M. Pearson, M. Vivian) 13 & UNDER B Millicent 41 (A. Gysbers, T. Grosser) d East Gambier 15 (I. Stratford, J. O’Dea); Casterton Sandford 25 (B. Carlin, M. Rees) d South Gambier 21 (Z. Cole, H Harvey); West Gambier 15 (L. Murdoch, M. Dyson) d North Gambier 7 (M. Griffith, M. Human) 11 & UNDER Millicent 16 (C. Sigston, B. Hales) d East Gambier 6 (L. Dickson, L. Harris); Casterton Sandford 18 (C. Kurzman, M. Robins, Y. Grigg) d South Gambier 0 (M. Raedel, I. Fielding); West Gambier 30 (H. Lindner, E. Povey ) d North Gambier 7 (S. Yates, F. Davey)
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Top national riders set to be part of 100 Mile Classic fields
Some of Australia’s best cyclist are set to converge on Mount Gambier for the 100 Mile Men’s Classic and the 110km Women’s Classic, to be held on May 15. The 2020 Australian Track Worlds Team are set to be in the Classic fields for both the men’s and women’s events. First held in 1933, this race is one of the longest running handicap cycling races. Held over 100 miles or 160km, this race attracts the finest riders in Australia including members of Australian Olympic teams. Mount Gambier Cycling club is proud to host this event, with thanks to SA Police and the Mount Gambier City Council and the many sponsors. As a handicapped race, the entrants will be grouped and leave at different times with the hope that they will all arrive together at the finish line. The first riders will leave from White Avenue, near Millard St, at 10am, with the fastest group leaving approximately an hour later. From there the riders proceed along White Avenue and Benara Road, turning on to the Kongorong –Tantanoola Road to Millicent. At Millicent the riders turn at Short Street, and return along Millicent Road to Glencoe via Mile Hill Road. On leaving Glencoe, riders proceed along the Kangaroo Flat Road to Millicent Road then along
Jubilee Highway West to Tollner Road, White Avenue and Grant Avenue. Riders continue down Bay Road to Port MacDonnell and then turn for the return to Mount Gambier. The finish will be on Bay Road near the Mount Gambier Police Station, at approximately 2.30pm. The Women’s 110km Classic will start from the same place, again with the riders handicapped according to their speed. The ladies will follow the same course as the men out to Millicent and back, until they arrive at the corner of Bay Rd and Grant Ave where they will turn left. The finish will be on Bay Road near the police
station, at approximately 2.15pm. Crowds are more than welcome to cheer on the riders. Some good places to watch the riders will be as the groups come through Millicent; or at the top of Range Hill; as the riders head up Grant Avenue; or as the groups start coming together near the Bellum Hotel. Of course, the thrilling downhill finish past the Blue Lake and down Bay Rd will see the riders reaching amazing speeds in the race to the line. The junior riders will not miss out, with the U11/13 riders following a 10km course along Tollner Road and Cafpirco Road, while the U15/17 riders will race a loop
around Tollner, Cafpirco, McKay and Mt Percy Roads before a long haul along Cafpirco Road and back again, a 32km race. These races will start along Tollner Road, after the last group of ladies has left the start line. Sunday morning (May 16) will see the Blue Lake and John Watson Drive closed as the riders tackle laps around the Blue Lake for the South Australian Kermesse Championships. Junior racers will tackle from three to five laps of the 3.6km Blue Lake circuit from 8am, while the Senior races will begin from 9am, culminating in the Mens (75 minutes + two laps) and Women’s (50 minutes + two
laps) Open Championships. The start/finish line will be on John Watson Drive, between Crouch Street South and Sunnyside Drive. The close quarters racing should be enjoyable to watch, and the public is welcome. NATIONAL STAGE: The womne’s (left) and men’s (right) national track teams will hhave riders commpeting in this weekend’s 100 Mile Classic events. PHOTOS COURTESY OF CASEY GIBSON/AUS CYLCING
Perfect conditions for seaside event Beachport Golf Club crowns its ladies champions The Beachport Golf Club was blessed with a perfect day to see their championship grand finals played out at the picturesque seaside course, followed by presentation, afternoon tea and a chance to just catch up. The club was so grateful for the support of sponsors Liz Redman and Southern Ports Aviation, as well as the volunteers who caddied and acted as match referees. The A grade game was very close all day with Wendy Atkinson up by two in the first nine then the score was even at the 18th, even coming into the last hole and Debbie Tincknell took the win on the 27th hole. RESULTS WINNERS A Grade Winner - Debbie Tincknell (1 up - 27th hole) Runner Up - Wendy Atkinson B Grade Winner - Lyn White (5 up - 15th hole) Runner Up - Julie Howe C Grade Winner - Kay Bowman (4 up - 16th hole Runner Up - Suzi Watts
BEACHPORT GOLF CLUB LADIES CHAMPIONSHIPS A GRADE CHAMPIONS GRAND FINAL: (Above) Runner up Wendy Atkinson, Liz Redman (sponsor) & winner Debbie Tincknell B GRADE CHAMPIONS GRAND FINAL: (Above right) Winner Lyn White, Liz Redman (sponsor) & runner up Julie Howe C GRADE CHAMPIONS GRAND FINAL: (Right) Winner Kay Bowman, Liz Redman (sponsor) & runner up Suzi Watts
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Brand continues to dominate
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Multi Club Khanacross prdocues high quality competition It was off to the Boyd property at Burrungule for the Multi Club Khanacross held by the Limestone Coast Off Road Club (LCORC) and listed as Round 2 of the SEAC 2021 Khanacross Series. A good field of 37 starters expecting an enjoyable day of competitive driving were certainly not disappointed by the track layouts presented by LCORC director Paul Height and his band of merry helpers, boasting slight undulations, lots of left and right turns, plenty to challenge those wanting to drive hard. First layout – a short course directly in front of all to see – got the adrenalin running watching the fellow competitors wind their way around the course markers whilst waiting their turn to “have a go”. Damien “Shorty” Brand, having a well-earned break from the family grape harvesting scored the number 1 spot and put his Can Am racer through its well-built ability and set fastest time in both attempts at this test. John Whitehead driving his Phoenix buggy also got down to business following Brand out and although not as spectacular, put in two good runs. Phil Wilson made an appearance for the first time at this venue and put the Soarer in third place on his first run three tenths of a second behind Whitehead’s Buggy, but could not repeat that on the second round after making contact with a track marker. Dale Cagney had a “sighter” lap on the first run to fill the fourth spot and increased the effort on the second run to get home in third spot. Damien Wilson’s first run was good enough for the fifth position but dropped away on the second run to seventh spot.
Patrick Hitchcock, another driver that has not been in competition for a good while due to COVID restrictions had a bit of a go in the first run for seventh position and did a bit better on the second run to lift to fourth spot. Josh Becker using the family Sigma put in for a tidy run at the first go and sixth position, could not repeat the drive on the second go and dropped down the list. Nicholas Doll, still exploring the limits in his Subaru WRX did better in the second effort, lifting from a first round 10th to second round fifth. Kenny Trimnell’s first round saw him in eighth spot and a better drive in his Subaru WRX for the second round lifted him to sixth spot. David Coombe worked the Mazda 626T hard and put in a tidy run for the first-round spot of ninth but also could not repeat this in the second go. Corey Brand had a good look on the first run and did much better on the second run to get his Subaru RX (2WD) home in eighth spot with a good drive in the tricky conditions. Geoff Wilson pushed a tyre off on the front wheel and after changing the “flat”, put in enough to get home in the ninth spot. Bailey Perryman also had a good look on the first run and bettered his time for the second run by one second to get home in 10th spot. Paul Height then opened up the course to the “long” track into the adjacent paddock and new ground. First run on this test, Damien Brand and John Whitehead were first and second, Damien Wilson third, Dale Cagney fourth, junior Bradley Harry next in fifth, Nicholas Doll sixth, Ken Trimnell seventh, Michael Balshaw in the shared Mazda 626 eighth, Corey Brand
ninth and Murray Height 10th in the Holden Adventra. Second run on this enjoyable long track saw Brand still out in front with Dale Cagney chasing him as hard as the Evo would go. Damien Wilson cranked the Nissan up to get home in third just in front of a hard charging Corey Brand three tenths behind in the fourth spot and home in front of Ken Trimnell in his WRX, fifth and Phil Wilson sixth, Paul Height having a big go in the family Adventra in seventh. Nicholas Doll pushed a sailing Subaru home and scored eighth place, just one tenth of a second in front of Buggy Pilot John Whitehead in ninth and Patrick Hitchcock’s Peugeot 205 rounding out the 10 a further half a second back. After a short break for the officials to catch their breath, action resumed with a reverse run of the long track. Shorty Brand took to the track in the Can Am Buggy and set a quick time for position one. Geoff Wilson, after a very average early day, put in a big effort and enjoyed a very good run for the second position. Phil Wilson, enjoying the conditions in the Soarer drove well and was rewarded with the third spot, with Brother Damien in fourth spot in his S13 Nissan. Ken Trimnell’s WRX was next home in fifth spot, a mere 7/100ths of a second in front of David Coombe’s Mazda, 6sixh, Josh Becker next seventh, Murray Height’s Adventra eighth, Patrick Hitchcock’s Pug 205 ninth and Dale Cagney getting his Evo home in 10th with a flat tyre – one of many between half of the field on the day. Long course, round 2 and “Shorty” was first, Cagney second with a loaned spare wheel, Phil Wilson next, beating Dad home by
April Monthly Medal decided at Blue Lake Golf Club The Blue Lake Golf Club women’s April monthly medal, sponsored by Grant and Dianne Perryman, was played in stroke format at the end of last month and saw only two play under their handicap and one equal to handicap. Division One’s Cherryl Hill took the honours winning the monthly medal in style with a nett 69. Although the sun was shining the course is starting to play a little heavy indicative of the majority of recorded scores. The day’s competition also included the 3rd round of the Collins Court Butcher Captain’s Trophy. The exception was the winner and runner up in Division 1, Cherryl Hill and Josie Ashby. Hill had splits of 46/45 (91/22/69) that included four pars. Ashby also scored well 44/46 (90/19/71) with three pars and had to be content with the runner up voucher. Captain Helen Myers was close behind with nett 73 (96/23). Division 2’s Lesley McPherson produced the goods to take the top voucher carding 104/32/72 playing to her handicap to edge out comfortably her nearest opponent recently crowned Handicap Champion, Bev Pascoe 107/30/77. Pascoe did have pars on the fifth, 12th and 14th holes but would rue the big blowout on the 11th. A countback was required from Lyn Annand. The nearest to the pin 2nd shot prizes were won by Rosemary Martland (Division 1) and Lyn Annand (Division 2). The pro-shot winner was Helen Myers. The least putts competition winners were Myers(28 putts) and Pascoe (31). This week’s competition is stableford. A reminder that the following week is the prestigious Shylie Rymill foursomes combined with the club foursomes championship. APRIL MONTHLY MEDAL: Division 2 winner Lesley McPherson and runner up Bev Pascoe, with Division 1 runner up Josie Ashby, and winner Cherryl Hill .
two tenths of a second in fourth. Patrick Hitchcock made it home in fifth spot, half a second in front of a hard charging Damien Wilson having to settle for sixth. Bradley Harry bettered his first run at this layout and was rewarded with seventh for the improved effort in the Toyota Starlet. Murray Height’s Holden Adventra was a little slower on the second run, but still filled the score sheet in eighth position, with Bailey Perryman nipping at his heels in ninth. Subaru WRX steerer, Ken Trimnell, also not as quick as his first attempt took the 10th spot. Last course layout presented by director Height, was a similar “short and sweet” run to the first layout of the day. Phil Wilson, after another rear tyre change, set the course alight and took the number one spot, a second quicker around the course than Damien Wilson for second slot, Ken Trimnell in third, Nicholas Doll in fourth, Patrick Hitchcock in fifth. Bailey Perryman had a good run in the Hyundai and listed sixth quickest, followed by Corey Brand four tenths further back in seventh and three tenths in front of Geoff Wilson eighth, Sam Thomas in his Ford Focus next in ninth and Josh Becker rounding out the Top 10. Second attempt at a very loose and well-worn track saw Shorty Brand back in number onespot, Dale Cagney second closely followed by the Wilson pair, Phil in 3rd and Damien in fourth, Nicholas Doll next in fifth, Perryman sixth, Hitchcock in seventh, Murray Height eighth, Geoff Wilson ninth and Ken Trimnell 10th. Final scores, when all the times are added together, no surprise that Damien Brand had the number one spot with a total
of 501.14 seconds for the eight layouts. Dale Cagney, after a couple (or more) of flat tyres still managed to get home in second with his 541.02 seconds. Damien Wilson put in a clear day and got the thisrd spot with his penalty free total of 546.61. Phil Wilson had to settle for fourth position after making contact with a couple of track markers whilst using his Toyota Soarer as an Earth mover, resulting in a total of 552.59 seconds. Patrick Hitchcock also had a (typical) clear run in the Pug and drove well through the day to get home in fifth with his total of 553.82 seconds. When the Rally/Off-Road tyre users are removed from the points tally for the series, the positions will change for series points. The next outing for SEAC is another double header, with a Rallycross to take place on May 15 and May 16 will see the running of Round 2 of the 2021 Autocross Super Series. As always, details of coming events are listed on the Club website, www.seacsa.com along with a large selection of photographs of competition vehicles in action at various events. DOMINANT DRIVER: Damian Brand in action. PHOTO COURTESY OF DARREN ARCHIBALD (TURN8 PHOTOGRAPHY)
Pioneers on the road
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Pioneers men come from behind for critical win The OneFortyOne Mount Gambier Pioneers have denied the Dandening Rangers its first win of the NBL1 season, coming from behind to beat the home side. Dandenong held a slim lead for much of the first half before pulling ahead by as many as 15 points in the third quarter. Sean Macdonald stretched the floor effectively for Dandenong, connecting on six three-point attempts, while Oliver Hayes-Brown did a bit of everything to try and grab his side its first win of the year (17 points, 13 rebounds, five assists). It would all come down to the final term, which saw the Pioneers fire themselves back into the contest. Duom Dawam(pictured top right) continued his strong season, leading the Pioneers with 27 points and nine rebounds, while Titus Robinson and Mich Marshall combined for 40 points to help chip away at the Rangers lead. Dandenong couldn’t hold onto its lead in the end, falling in the final minutes of action, leading to the Pioneers win. Heartbreak for Pioneers women Take out their round three performance and the OneFortyOne Mount Gambier Pioneers women have been as competitive as any side in the NBL women’s competition but it was to be heart break again for the Mount Gambier girls when they suffered another narrow loss - this time in overtime. In one of the most exciting games of the round so far, the Dandenong Rangers handed the Pioneers their fourth straight loss to start the season. After briefly holding the lead after the opening tip, the Dandenong found itself playing catchup for much of the game as the Pioneers shot out to a strong lead. The Pioneers women closed the first term with a one point lead, before extending its lead to 14 in the second quarter. Pioneers guard Jasmin Howe put together a stellar performance across the contest for Mount Gambier, scoring 35 points on just 21 shots. After half time, Dandenong found itself slowly chipping away at the lead, before pushing in front before the quarter ended. Emilee Harmon did it all for the Rangers, scoring 26 points while pulling down nine rebounds, dishing out three assists and stealing the ball three times. Dandenong’s momentum looked to be leading the side to victory, however a Maddy Wormald three pointer in the closing seconds tied the game for the Pioneers, forcing the game into overtime. Despite Wormald’s (pictured right) heroics to close the fourth quarter, Dandenong would not be denied its victory. Rangers guard Tenaya Sooalo scored five of her 12 points for the game in the overtime period, securing the victory.
Only a small field of 23 ladies took to the Mount Gambier Golf Club Course last Wednesday, contesting the 2nd Round of the Monthly Medal and Putting Competitions. Long hitting Helen McIntyre (89-19-70) was the best placed golfer in the field registering a fine Nett 70. Helen had 89 , carding a very nice 43 off the stick on the Front Nine. Helen was the only player to play under her handicap. The ever consistent vice captain, Jan Shanahan (91-18-73) played to her handicap scoring 45 on the front nine and 46 on the back nine. Taking out third placing for the day was Heather Teakle (99-24-75), who was ruing the day having an eight on the last hole, thus delegating herself to third placing. Only three balls were in the run-down and went to – Yvonne Shirley, Heather Barry and Maxine McGregor. Speciality prizes for the 2nd shot on the 17th went to A Grade – Bernie Jennings, B Grade – Heather Teakle and C Grade – Vicki Clark. The Pro-Shot on the 8th hole winning three balls went to Bev Pedlar. In conjunction with the Monthly Medal a Putting Competition, sponsored by All Bugs Pest Control, was won by Helen McIntyre with a commendable 30 putts. Next week a popular Stableford event will be held. MONTHLY MEDAL PODIUM: Heather Teakle, Helen McIntyre, Jan Shanahan.
High standard golf makes for tough par competition While there were no blue skies it was an ideal day for golf and the diligent course maintenance provided an excellent playing surface coming into winter as the Blue Lake ladies hit the fairways.. The rescheduled 3rd round of the Metro Bakery & Café sponsored Silver Salver attracted 27 contenders and the scores were of a high standard for the most unlikable game in golf, the dreaded par competition. Top of the leader board for the coveted vouchers was the ever consistent Ronda Edwards in Division One signing for three up. Her card included three pars and only one scratch on the front nine. The back nine saw three pars and two scratch. Dianne Perryman, the second prize winner, came in equal to her handicap finishing one up. Five pars on the front with unfortunately two scratches letting her down and seven
squares, two scratches on the inward nine was good enough to consolidate her place on the podium. Captain Helen Myers came in third was also pleased with her score of one down. Division Two’s Lyn Annand has showed consistency on Wednesdays and Saturdays the past few weeks and past week was no exception her card had two pars, three scratching and four squares for the front nine and the inward nine contained three pars, two scratching and four squares, finishing square to her handicap. Second was Lucy Richards with a strong score of two down followed by third Lynette Hirth three down. Nearest to the pin second shot on the uphill 129 metre par three second hole winners were Carol Megaw (Div 1) and Lynette Hirth (Div 2). The pro shot winner on the tricky par three downhill fifth hole was won by an excited,
relatively new to golf, Helen Bissett. This week will see the running of the State run Shylie Rymil Foursomes and Club Foursomes Championship both events sponsored by Caffe Belgiorno. PAR COMPETITION WINNERS: Division 2 runner up Lucy Richards and winner Lyn Annand, with Division 1 winner Ronda Edwards, second placed Dianne Perryman, and third placed Helen Myers.
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JILL 0400 598 327 DUNCAN 0407 722 983 ROSANGELA 0419 366 649 Kalangadoo 3.6 14.12 22.15 27.18 (180) Nangwarry 0.0 0.0 5.1 6.1 (37) Goals - Kalangadoo:M. Krieger 9; L. Jones, T. McManus 4; T. Searle, K. Stark, T. Jerome, B. Galpin 2; A. Stone, J. Searle. Nangwarry: L. Thomson, J. McKeon, T. Vanderhorst 2. Best - Kalangadoo: M. Krieger, A. Stone, T. McManus, L. Jones, T. Williams, M. Fatchen. Nangwaryr: T. Vanderhorst, J. McKeon, G. McWaters, L. Thomson, B. Dinnison, A. Hill. Hatherleigh 5.5 8.10 12.18 17.21 (123) Glencoe 1.1 1.3 1.3 3.6 (24) Goals - Hatherleigh: J. Fergison-Lane, M. Telfer 3; M. Pulmer, Z. Jones, J. Wight 2; L. Brown, J. Sullivan, J. Galpin, A. Reid, W. Chay. Glencoe: A. Hentschke, J. Miller, B. Glynn. Best - Hatherleigh: Z. Jones, L. MacGregor, W. Chay, J. Galpin, M. Telford, L. Brown. Glencoe: D. Pfitzner, T. Edwards, D. Paproth, P. Mitchell, D. Hurley, D. Childs. Robe 3.6 5.9 10.14 11.19 (85) Kongorong 4.3 5.5 6.8 8.9 (57) Goals - Robe: R. Dickenson 4; Z. Deane 3; T. Wachtel, J. Kelly, B. Jarrett, S. Clements. Kongorong: C. Sandercock, M, Cordy 2; D, Hann, C. Schultz, S. Fleming, B. Cordy. Best - Robe: Z. Deane, T. Wachtel, T. Williams, J. Pettit, J. Sneath, B. Jarrett. Kongorong: M. Cordy, M. EWeistra, B. Weaver, C. O’Dea, S. Fleming, Port MacDonnell 5.6 10.7 17.10 24.18 (162) Tantanoola 3.3 4.4 4.5 6.7 (43) Goals - Pt Mac: D. Bromley6; D. McElroy 4; M. Lewis, K. Thomson, B. Newton 3; M. Stark 2; T. Sullivan, T. Davis, L. McClean. Tantanoola: J. Dawe 2; B. White, A. Hunter, H. Brown, M. Allen. Best - Pt Mac: D. McElroy, N. Wilke, D. Bromley, M. Smith, T. Sullivan, M. Stark. Tantanoola: J. Dawe, C. Oliver, W. Scanlon, J. Pearce, E. Cushion. RESERVES Kalangadoo 11.13 (79) d Nangwarry 2.1 (13) Hatherleigh 12.20 (92) d Glencoe 4.4 (28) Robe 9.4 (58) d Kongorong 7.11 (53) Port MacDonnell 14.12 (96) d Tantanoola 3.3 (21) SENIOR COLT Nangwarry 17.23 (125) d Kalangadoo 2.0 (12) Hatherleigh 21.9 (135) d Glencoe 6.6 (42) Robe 3.6 (24) d Kongorong 3.4 (22) Tantanoola 16.8 (104) d Port MacDonnell 3.4 (22) JUNIOR COLTS Nangwarry 23.19 (157) d Kalangadoo 0.0 (0) Hatherleigh 16.8 (104) d Glencoe 3.0 (18) Kongorong 8.7 (53) d Robe 1.4 (10) Port MacDonnell 8.10 (58) d Tantanoola 7.4 (46)
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Mid South East Netball A GRADE Kalangadoo 63 (J. Nunan, M. Pitt) d Nangwarry 17 (H. Vanderhorst, E. Lawson); Hatherleigh 48 (L. Haines, M. Redman) d Glencoe 38 (R. Edwards, S. Edwards); Robe 57 d Kongorong 31; Tantanoola 70 (V. Lucas, E. Gould) d Port MacDonnell 37 (J. Trench, M. Millard) A RESERVE Kalangadoo 78 (A. Paterson, J. Ryan) d Nangwarry 26 (H. Coon, T. Wilson); Glencoe 51 (A. Finnis, T. Rothe) d Hatherleigh 27 (H. Hamilton, A. Wight); Kongorong 45 d Robe 13; Tantanoola 38 d Port MacDonnell 37 (L. Whitworth, A. Nellthorp) B GRADE Kalangadoo 82 (L. Williams, J. Crowhurst) d Nangwarry 24 (E. McKinnon, J. Glynn); Glencoe 51 (H. Greenfield, S. McDonnell) d Hatherleigh 42 (N. Chambers, L. Buhlmann); Kongorong 51 drew with Robe 51; Tantanoola 50 (N. Rutkowski, K. Taylor) d Port MacDonnell 47 (M. Millard, K. Millard) B RESERVE Kalangadoo 86 (B. Thorn, J. Greenwood) d Nangwarry 16 (K. Roisetter, K. Clayfield); Hatherleigh 50 (F. Jackman, S. Faulkner) d Glencoe 49 (K. Sealey, B. Scheer); Kongorong 44 d Robe 41; Port MacDonnell 42 (A. Smith, A. Spehr) d Tantanoola 35 17 & UNDER Kalangadoo 59 (M. Stevens, H. Watson) d Nangwarry 15 (S. Muller, E. Timms); Hatherleigh 67 (E. Redden, E. Lang) d Glencoe 31 (J. Mitchell, L. Thorne); Robe 52 d Kongorong 27; Port MacDonnell 31 (I. Jacob, S. Lomas) d Tantanoola 18 (M. Holland, E. Cytrowski) 15 & UNDER Kalangadoo57 (E. Wurst, Nangwarry 14 (S. Black, A. Willis); Hatherleigh 65 (B. Poulish, N. Faulkner) d Glencoe 8 (Z. Johnston, J. Mutch); Kongorong 28 d Robe 27; Port Maczdonnell 48 (C. Newton, T. Moulden) d Tantanoola 17 (K. Thomas, D. Bevan) 13 & UNDER Kalangadoo 79 (C. Peacock, T. Lythgo) d Nangwarry 19 (S. Virtanen, E. Stewart); Hatherleigh 43 (A. Hines, K. Nettle) d Glencoe 13 (T. Bellinger, M. Maney); Robe 26 d Kongorong 4; Port MacDonnell 42 (L. McPherson, L. Jacob) d Tantanoola 15 (B. Roberts, L. Bentley)
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SPORT MGNA Netball A GRADE Vicis 36 (Jaymee Harkness, Chelsey Wright) lost to Amazons 41 (Kristie Pearson, Jodie Farrell); Intruders 64 (Tash Moreland, Lauren Cutting) d Saints 37 (Lucy Northam, Maggie Carter); Hobitz 77 (Maddy Cowland, Lisa Rainey) d Zodiacs 27 (Jaslyn Poel, Jocelyn Work) A2 GRADE Hobitz 28 (Ieshia Goldsmith, Amarley Wilson) lost to Intruders 41 (Dakota Miller, Emma Martin); Zodiacs 24 (Emma Schembri, Chloe Haskins) lost to Saints 50 (Nadia McLean, Julie Medhurst) B1 GRADE Amazons 29 (Maddi Sutterby, Christie Green) d Intruders Black 28 (Diana Bradbury, Karen Lock); Hobitz Red 42 (Maddy Smith, Aimee Kilpatrick) d Intruders Orange 35 (Kristyn Lamont, Emma Berry); Zodiacs 29 (Melanie Stutley, Kristy Male) lost to Hobitz Blue 47 (Emily Stockwell, Sophie Cauldrey) B2 GRADE Intruders 35 (Charlotte Costigan, Chernita Goldsmith) lost to Zodiacs 51 (Ruby Slotegraaf, Sarah Miller); Vicis 26 (Caitlin Luus, Deanna Summers) lost to Saints 40 (Caitlyn Palmer, Emma Chuck) 17 & UNDER Hobitz Red 38 (Kellie Wallace, Lily Oakley) d Intruders 16 (Chelsea Koopman, Chernita Goldsmith); Hobitz Blue 65 (Zahli Feast, Maddy Cowland) d Saints 20 (Mia Passauer-Jones, Sam Hobson) ) 15 & UNDER Zodiac Gold 42 (Olivia White, Belle Gregory) lost to Vicis 22 (Felicity Kelly, Keira Martin); Saints 29 (Lara Tasker, Georgia Little) d Intruders 26 (Eleanor Doyle, Dakota Miller); Zodiacs Blue 33 (Elycia Tweed, Jenna Male) d Hobitz 30 (Chloe Day, Matilda Moors) 13 & UNDER A Zodiacs 24 (Portia Scanlon, Keira Quill) d Amazons 2 (Emma Johnson, Isabelle Green); Hobitz 15 (Ayla Green, Lucy Kerin) d Vicis 3 (Halle Moore, Macie Bowering) 13 & UNDER B IntHobitz Blue 17 (Zoya Habib, Amber Ferrari) d Hobitz Red 2 (Ruby Leitch, Iris McPherson); Zodiacs 1 (Tayah Faser, Roxy Day) lost to Saints 33 (Jemima Paltridge, Caelin Hayman); Intruders 18 (Neve Dycer, Ciara Henare) d Vicis 5 (Miah Jackway, Milla Fullerton) GO Amazons 5 (Scarlette Davidson, Layla Norman) lost to Intruders 13 (Mia Richardson, Nyaima Goldsmith); Hobitz Blue 11 (Molly Thomas, Yasmin Abdelaty) d Vicis 0 (Elise Virgo, Maggie Fullerton); Zodiacs 10 (Saskia Brogan, Annabelle Gordon) d Hobitz Red 1 (Addison Thomson, Lara Agostinelli) SET Hobitz 1 (Chelsea Smith, Hannah Mutton) lost to Saints 16 (Ella Harvey, Kayleigh Albert); Vicis 2 (Ivy Levine, Payton Bilney) d Zodiacs 0 (Tatiana Brogan, Gracie Wingaro); Saints 11 (Madeline Moss, Sophie Paltridge) d Zodiacs 0 (Tatiana Brogan, Piper Morris); Hobitz 3 (Frayous Abdelaty, Evie McEachern) lost to Vicis 7 Charlotte Ploenges, Harper Hepburn)
A GRADE Penola 77 (A Possingham, S Skeer) d Padthaway 23 (S Dolling, S Giles); Lucindale 61 (H Smart, T Lane) d Bordertown 33 (W Rowett, S Jarrett); Keith 38 d Naracoorte 29 A RESERVE Penola 81 (C Eason, T Millard) d Padthaway 23 (S Tuckwood, K Wellington); Kybybolite 40 d Kingston 35; Lucindale 46 (E Watters, G Bittner) d Bordertown 32 (K Langley, C Stott); Keith 58 d Naracoorte 51 B GRADE Penola 49 (A Redman, K Wilson) d Padthaway 22 (J Fretwell, K Woodman); Lucindale 42 (R Eckermann, A Theron) d Bordertown 20 (S Hinge, C Searle); Keith 38 d Naracoorte 37 C GRADE Penola 41 (K Devereux, A Gartner) d Padthaway 30 (J Bull, M Dickenson); Kybybolite 34 d Kingston 33; Bordertown 41 (H Rodert, M Taylor) d Lucindale 34 (A Ludwig, K Edmonds); Naracoorte 44 d Keith 35 DIVISION ONE Kybybolite 49 d Kingston 33; Lucindale 34 (J Wachtel, M Thompson) d Bordertown 25 (K Rodert, H Twigden) DIVISION TWO Naracoorte 39 d Keith 29 15 & UNDER Penola 42 (A Messenger) d Padthaway 37 (A Charlick, A Frick); Kingston 41 d Kybybolite 10; Bordertown 44 (M McFarlane, H Steuart) d Lucindale 39 (L Volker, O Handbury) 13 & UNDER A Penola 32 d Padthaway 17 (A Orton, S Cornish); Kingston 22 d Kybybolite 2; Bordertown 28 (G Lusher, P Dawes) d Lucindale 8 (H Kiefel, L Handbury) 13 & UNDER B Lucindale 4 (L Clarke, M Theron) d Bordertown 2 (G Edwards, A Stratford)
SENIORS Padthaway 3.4 5.8 10.12 13.14 (92) Penola 1.1 5.6 6.6 8.8 (56) Goals - Padthaway: T. Cox 9; J, Vandermeer 3; N. McCarthy. Penola: L. Walker 2; D. Hackwill, S. Gartner, B. Walker, B. Summerhayes, B. Bryant, A. Merrett. Best - Padthaway: T. Cox, J. McCarthy, M. Raitt, S. Townsend, A. Longbottom, N. McCarthy, Penola: S. Merrett, B. Bryant, S. Zadow, B. Crabb, L. Walker, S. Gartner. Kingston 1.3 3.11 7.12 13.20 (98) Kybybolite 1.5 1.6 3.9 6.11 (47) Goals - Kingston: B. Simpson, B. Kennedy, B. Warner, J. Siviour 2; J. Wehl, H. Wrght, R. Revely, C. Wood, B. Tapfield. Kybybolite: J. Fitzgerald, B. Munn, W. Russell, J. McKay, T. Harris, S. Craig. Best - Kingston: B. Warner, L. Toohey, C. Wood, N. Davey, J. Hill, B. Rogers. Kybybolite: C. Masters, D. Brodie, T. Taheny, J. Fitzgerald, T. Kitschke. Mundulla 5.6 13.10 15.15 23.19 (157) Border Districts 0.1 2.1 4.3 4.3 (27) Goals - Mundulla: J. Hinge 7; H, Dowling 3; S. Luckett, L. Wiese, W. Nankivell, R. Tink, J. McGrice 2; D. King, H. Kuchel, D. Mosey. Border Districts: B. Denmead 3; R. Oliver. Best - Mundulla: J. McGrice, J. Hinge, L. Duell, T. Perry, D. Mosey, D. King. Border Districts: R. Oliver, M. Coles, M. Quinn, Z. Edwards, E. Holland, A. Trowbridge. Bordertown 4.2 9.5 12.7 17.11 (113) Lucindale 4.1 6.3 9.6 13.7 (85) Goals - Bordertown: C. McCarthy 4; T. Whittlesea, J. Searle 3; J. Dolling, H. Fromm 2; C. Diment, K. Cuthbertson, B. Hayes. Lucindale: S. Spriggs 3; T. Ware, T. Logan, J. Watson 2; S. Williams, L. May, R. Milne, S. Mardling. Best - Bordertown: B. Hayes, T. Whittlesea, C. McCarthy, T. Neville, J. Searle, C. Diment. Lucindale: H. Tregoweth, S. Mardling, S. Spriggs, T. Logan, S. Williams, A. McCarthy. Keith 4.3 7.9 12.13 15.15 (105) Naracoorte 3.3 5.3 6.3 6.8 (44) Goals - Keith: B. Simounds 7; A. Innes, J. Lush 3; G. Johnson, J. Jones. Naracoorte: R. Taggert 3; A. Slorach, C. Myall, S. Willson. Best - Keith: W. McMurray, G. Thring, J. Jones, W. Schreiber, E. Dunstan, S. McMurray. Naracoorte: D. Albrecht, A. Searle, J. Bettoncelli, A. Slorach, S. Baters, B. Foster. RESERVES Penola 18/13 (121) d Padthaway 5.1 (31) Kingston 12.12 (84) d Kybybolite 9.4 (58) Mundulla 31.15 (201) d Border Districts 3.3 (21) Bordertown 6.13 (49) d Lucindale 6.3 (39) Keith 11.5 (71) d Naracoorte 7.7 (49) SENIOR COLTS Kybybolite 17.11 (113) d Kingston 5.2 (32) Bordertown 10.9 (69) d Padthaway/Lucindale 3.7 (25) Naracorote 14.11 (95) d Keith 0.2(2) JUNIOR COLTS Padthaway/Lucindale 9.8 (62) d Penola 4.1 (25) Naracoorte 11.9 (75) d Penola 2.4 (16) Kybybolite 10.6 (66) d Kingston 0.0 (0) Mundulla 11.4 (70) d Border Districts 1.0 (6) Naracoorte 8.14 (62) d Keith 0.0 (0)
Kimberly-Clark Australia Pennants - Round 4 Mil Lel 77 d Moorak Blue 42, Blue Lake Bowlers Blue 49 d Yahl 41, Glenburnie 84 d Moorak Red 32, Commercial Club 84 d Kongorong 33, Post-Tel 53 d Mt Gambier Bowls Club 50, RSL & District 63 d Glencoe 46, Wandilo Water Rats 73 d Saints 43, Blue Lake Bowlers White Bye. Shield Qualification Premiership Table after round 4 Commercial Club 8 points, 222.55%; Post-Tel 8, 191.08; Wandilo Water Rats 8,165.08; Mil Lel 6, 170.14; Glenburnie 4, 115.84; Mt Gambier Bowls Club 4, 107.96; RSL & District 4, 94.95; Blue Lake Bowlers Blue 4, 76.42; Glencoe 2, 82.50; Kongorong 2, 77.82; Saints 2, 77.32; Moorak Blue 2, 65.05; Blue Lake Bowlers White 2, 64.38; Yahl 0, 67.77; Moorak Red 0, 54.86
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Mount Gambier RSL & District Bowls Club holds Ladies 100-Up Singles The Mount Gambier RSL Bowling Club has held their annual Ladies 100-Up Singles Competition. The format being that bowlers were drawn and played a four bowl singles game with points being awarded for the closest four bowls to the jack, with 4,3,2 then 1 being awarded in the order of
preference. A strong contingent of eight ladies entered which was the final competition for the season for the Mount Gambier RSL Ladies Bowls section. Quarter final pairings saw Di Adams defeat Lyn Chirgwin, Carmel McQuade defeat Beryl Messenger, Merna Whitehead
defeat Sandi Elliott and Veronica Opie defeat Trish Webb. In the semi finals Carmel McQuade overcame Di Adams and in a very close encounter Merna Whitehead just edged through against Veronica Opie setting up an intriguing final. The final brought the best out
Indoor bowls decide their pairs champions
The Mount Gambier District Indoor Bowls Association held its second association championship event at the end of last month. The events were the Adrian Pearson Lawn & Garden Care/Marina & Perria Davis Men’s Pairs Championship and the Yahl Indoor Bowls Club/ enry Kerr Memorial Ladies Pairs Championship. With very high numbers nominating this year the competition was going to the strongest in many years. In the ladies semi finals, the Post-Tel pair of Lynda Kember and Fiona Pearson defeated the Glenburnie team of Fiona Rochow and Serena Bourn 5 shots to 3 and the pair of Shirley Gifford and Jennifer Bowering from Saints defeated the team from RSL & District, Tru Franklin and Kym Franklin 9 shots to 2. The final of the Yahl Indoor Bowls Club/Henry Kerr Memorial Ladies’ Pairs Championship was taken out by the Post-Tel pair of Lynda Kember and Fiona Pearson who defeated Shirley Gifford and Jennifer Bowering, 10 shots to 2. The men’s semi finals saw the Wandilo Water Rats team of Peter Gregory and Tony Bowditch defeat the PostTel pair of Jim Pearson and Craig Pearson 12 shots to 1, while in the other semi final the Commercial Club team of John Oakley and Graham Dent defeated the Moorak team of Gary Walters and Tim Radley 9 shots to 5. The Wandilo Water Rats pair, Peter Gregory and Tony Bowditch defeated the Commercial Club pair of John Oakley and Graham Dent winning the championship for the third time in succession 11 shots to 3 to take out the Adrian Pearson Lawn & Garden Care / Marina & Perria Davis Men’s Pairs Championship. The ladies’ consolation saw the Kongorong team of Christine Kerr and Heather Glynn defeat the Blue Lake Bowlers pair of Lyn Vanderlay and Bronwyn Hill 10 shots to 5. In the men’s consolation final the Post-Tel team of Wayne Legutko and Zac Pearson defeated the Blue Lake Bowlers Team of Jeremy Butler and Tom Seath winning the Men’s Consolation 6 shots to 3. LADIES PAIR FINALISTS: (Above left): Jennifer Bowering, Lynda Kember, Shirley Gifford, Fiona Pearson, Heather Glynn, Christine Kerr, Lyn VanDerLay & Bronwyn Hill MEN’S PAIRS FINALISTS: (Above right): John Oakley, Graham Dent, Wayne Legutko, Tom Seath, Jeremy Butler, Peter Gregory, Zac Pearson & Tony Bowditch
Wilson & Solly take title
The Mount Gambier RSL Bowling Club’s Men’s has hosted its 16 Handicap Pairs Tournament. The criteria was that each pairing could not exceed a total handicap of 16. The format for the day was three games of 10 ends with the winners being the pair with the highest number of points at the end of the day. The quality of bowling was very good with all pairs producing some of their best bowling, resulting in none of
the pairs winning all three of their games. There were eight pairings which finished with two wins and one loss which meant that the winning team was determined by the number of ends won over the day. Runners up with a total of 58 points were Michael Fox and Geoff James with the overall winners being Phillip Wilson (right) and Bob Solly (left) with a total of 60 points.
of both Carmel McQuade (left) and Merna Whitehead (right) with the lead changing hands on more than one occasion. Carmel McQuade eventually strung together a good run of shots and ran out the overall winner for the day.
Teams event kicks off new series The Mount Gambier Cycling Club began its Autumn/Winter Series with a team time trial along McEnroe Road, Tarpeena. The change in venue allowed for a beautiful straight and flat run along an out and back course for 20km, albeit with the wind providing a challenge on the return journey. The 14 riders who nominated for the event were divided into teams of no less than three riders, with the time to be taken from the final rider in their team. Ideally each team would have a mixture of rider ability, so the teamwork would come to the fore. The first team to leave with the wind across their backs consisted of Dave Bryant, Dean Zeven, Phil Stasiw and Jami Buckley. They were followed by the team of Jen Buckland, Matthew Opperman and John Cranwell. The final team consisted of Nick Kidman, Mike Bakker, Bruce McLaughlin and Damian Buckley. Each team was sent away with two minute intervals between them. As the teams arrived at the turnaround point, it was clear that the first group were riding with purpose. They had pulled out almost a further two minutes ahead of the second team, with a similar margin back to the third
team. Riding into the headwind on the return leg, the way teams sheltered and encouraged the slower riders took a variety of forms. It was certainly hard work on the way back, and the finish line seemed to remain so far away. Once all the teams had passed the finish line, the various times were worked out. The fastest group, with an average speed of 37.14km/h, was the team containing Jami Buckley, Bryant, Zeven and Stasiw. In second place, averaging 33.17km/h, was the team of Damian Buckley, Bakker, Kidman and McLaughlin, with Jen Buckland, Matthew Opperman and Cranwell finishing in third, combining to ride an average of 32.29km/h. TEAMS EVENT WINNERS: Phil Stasiw, Jami Buckley, Dave Bryant and Dean Zeven.
A heart & soul Demon reaches 350 milestone Port MacDonnell Netball Club stalwart Lauren Lewis has hit a major milestone in her nebtall career - playing her 350th match against Mt Burr. Lauren is a tireless worker for the club and is the club’s newest life member. She held the secretary position for eight years, as well as being on the committee for an extra two years. She has coached, umpired and played since 1993. Predominately a mid-court player, Lauren has been fortunate enough to win seven premierships along the way as well as numerous Best and Fairest and Runner Up Best and Fairest Awards. She was awarded life membership of the Port MacDonnell Netball Club in 2019 as well as Club Person of the Year in 2017. This season, Lauren is coaching and playing in the B Reserve, as well as being team manager for the Port MacDonnell Football Club junior colts. Lauren is supported by her husband Adam and three sons, Wil, Zane and Mitch who all play junior football for Port MacDonnell.
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