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ISSUE 885 - Wednesday, June 9, 2021 | THE LIMESTONE COAST AND SOUTH WEST VICTORIA | 08 8724 7111 |







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Going, going, gone Festival cancelled but auction going online It was with a heavy heart that the Casterton Kelpie Association made the call at the end of last month to not go ahead with the festival component of the Kelpie Muster but president Karen Stephens said the call had to be made to mitigate losses for the association, community organisations and local business. “Even if things had changed more quickly with restrictions, we have found it always takes a few weeks after a lockdown for people to feel comfortable and to start moving around again,” Karen said. “To try and go ahead just wasn’t tenable, we had to make a decision. It was about the health and well being of our volunteers and wider community. That being said, the volunteers are gutted. We got so close, that was the hardest thing to know we got so close.” See inside for full story

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Bringing rare experience to the table Grant High School teacher benefitting from a background in dance Marian Hodson might arguably be the most experienced dancer heading into the June 19 Swinging with the Stars as the Grant High School teacher and her seven fellow stars perform the four dances on The Barn dance floor. In primary school she went to ballet and tap lessons and she has now been belly dancing for a few years – at the very least this resume sees Marian as one of the best credentialled performer. “Learning four dances has been a challenge, though, as I didn’t get my current partner until the sixth week so we have had to learn the first three dances independently,” she said. That partner is Sam Broughton and the duo are now doing an extra session each week on top of the Sunday rehearsals, with last Sunday marking the first dress rehearsal for the class of 2021. “I am dancing in my kitchen most days, too,” Marian said. She also took over the representing her school at the Stand Like Stone Foundation major

“ favourite dance is probably the rumba - it’s a different style of dance to anything I have done before and I am really enjoying it...” Marian Hodson wanted to do it for many years,” Marian said. “I have been to most of the previous performances of Swinging with the Stars at the Barn so was aware of some of the work Stand Like Stone Foundation do.” It also means she is aware of just how many eyeballs will be on her as she tackles the four dances – hip hop, swing, jive and rumba – in the battle for the glitter ball trophy. “My favourite dance is probably the rumba - it’s a different style of dance to anything I have done

fundraiser when a colleague was unable to take up the opportunity and unlike some of the more

reluctant participants, Marian was excited to be part of the event. “I was happy to agree as I have

before and I am really enjoying it,” Marian said. While the dancing has been in Marian’s comfort zone, the fundraising did not come as naturally but she has been overwhelmed by the support of community for the worthy cause. “Having worked at schools I have been aware of and supported many different fundraisers for the Stand Like Stone Foundation,” she said. “My fundraising has been going very slowly as it is not something I am either confident or comfortable doing. I have had support for most of what has happened.” Her final event was a quiz night last Friday nut you can still donate to Marian’s fundraising campaign by heading to the Stand Like Stone Foundation website and following the links.

“...having worked at schools I have been aware of and supported many different fundraisers for the Stand Like Stone Foundation...” Marian Hodson

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He didn’t take home the mirror ball trophy – it wasn’t technically on offer – but Port MacDonnell’s Randall Jones won the 2020 Swinging with the Stars. It was a reimagined version of the gala fundraiser branded Streaming with the Stars – where anyone from the public had their chance to submit a video doing the jive – and Randall emerged the Judges Award winner. Last year’s online competition was just to keep the foundation’s major annual fundraiser front of mind and to allow the community the rare opportunity to try their hand. This year’s event is back at The Barn with competitors performing four dances – hip hop, swing, jive and rumba – with the coveted mirror ball trophy on the line, and arguably, most importantly, the fundraising from the eight stars is back on the agenda. Randall donned a tutu for his award winning turn in 2020 – safe to say the 2021 costumes will be more in keeping with previous years, with Randall having all four outfits ready to rumble with just his dancing shoes the final piece of the puzzle before the June 19 event. Grant Fensom, a former People’s Choice winner who smashed individual fundraising records in 2017, approached Randall to represent the seaside town. “It was not something I would really ever consider but I thought it was important to carry on the good work Grant had started for the Steve Noble Sub Fund,” Randall said. “He raised enough money for the community bus and we want to keep raising money for the community.” Port MacDonnell born and bred, Randall was prepared to

step way outside his comfort zone to help give something back to his community. It is why he basically is not feeling nervous about performing at The Barn as the June 19 deadline approaches. “I’ve already put myself way out of my comfort zone to do this so performing in front of everyone doesn’t feel like much more of a stretch,” he said. Randall also knowns there will be around 30 familiar faces, including family and friends, supporting him on the night. He is partnered with Alex Williams, a veritable Swinging with the Stars veteran, and the duo has been rehearsing extra sessions outside of the group rehearsals on Sundays. “We have been doing a couple of nights a week extra for the past three weeks,” he said. Going into the experience with no dance experience short of watching his three daughters perform with Hype Dance Studio, Randall always anticipated it would be hard going to learn four routines. “Hip hop has been the hardest but I think I have finally got it and now I just need to keep practising it,” Randall said. “The other dances are sort of repetitive so when you get the basic steps you kind of just have to keep repeating them.” Randall’s musical background has probably helped him as he looks to master the routines but most importantly he feels building the profile of the Stand Like Stone Foundation and the fundraising has been his biggest achievements. “I didn’t really know anything about he foundation to be honest but each year another 50 people learn more about it and get educated about it and that

helps,” Randall said. “The fact you are raising money for the local community also means people are so supportive and so generous. The fundraising support has been amazing. Approaching people about the fundraising is probably more out of my comfort zone than the dancing but people are happy to help, whether it is money, other donations or just giving their time – you just have to have enough front to approach them.” Randall’s major fundraising efforts are all done and dusted but you can still head to the Stand Like Stone Foundation website to add to Randall’s tally. STREAMING WITH THE STARS: (Above top) Randall Jones & his 2020 winning performance.

Going, going, gone 25th anniversary Casterton Kelpie Muster - festival cancelled but auction going online A lot can change in 25 years and that’s certainly the case for the Casterton Kelpie Muster. What started as a small working dog auction on the back of a ute at the Casterton Saleyards has become a dynamic national celebration of all things kelpie. And this year, with COVID restrictions again forcing the last minute cancellation of the popular community event, which was wiped out completed in 2020, the auction will go ahead, entirely online as organiser predict total sales over the 25 years will now top $3million. So from an initial turnover of around $2000 in its inaugural year, the 2021 cyberspace sale should easily top the $200,000 mark. It was with a heavy heart that the Casterton Kelpie Association made the call at the end of last month to not go ahead with the festival component of the Kelpie Muster but president Karen Stephens said the call had to be made to mitigate losses for the association, community organisations and local business. “Even if things had changed more quickly with restrictions, we have found it always takes a few weeks after a lockdown for people to feel comfortable and to start moving around again,” Karen said. “To try and go ahead just wasn’t tenable, we had to make a decision. It was about the health and well being of our volunteers and wider community. That being said, the volunteers are gutted. We got so close, that was the hardest thing to know we got so close.” Given the time it took to compile a compliant COVID Safe Management Plan – a total of 152 pages for the two day event – every precaution had been put

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“ is just huge...we hope that translates into a good sale for us...” Karen Stephens (Casterton Kelpie Association president) in place but the recent lockdown meant that is now nothing but scrap paper. “We also didn’t want businesses and other community groups ordering and bringing in supplies to cater for thousands of people when it seemed less and less likely the event could proceed,” Karen said. “So many businesses and community groups will be losing income because the event is not going ahead and we certainly didn’t want to compound that with stock that couldn’t be used, only adding to the financial pain.” The silver lining for the second successive cancellation of the 25th anniversary celebrations is the auction is going ahead – moving entirely online with the full support of breeders and vendors. It was back in 2018 that the working dog auction first added the online component to the sale to open up the market nationally and even internationally.

In its inaugural year there were plenty of bids but no online sales and in 2019, the last time the auction was held, there were six online sales from around the 60 dogs that went under the hammer. “We have been teaching our breeders how to video and You Tube and upload their dogs at work,” Karen said. There is certainly no doubt the interest is high in the 2021 auction with 1700 views of the online catalogue in the first 48 hours and a further 2400 for the next 72 hours. “It is just huge,” Karen said. “We hope that translates into a good sale for us.” The other amazing response to the festival cancellation was the community. Within minutes of the announcement being posted online, people were offering for the association to keep the proceeds from their pre-purchased tickets and others, yet to purchase their 2021 tickets, also offering to still

make a donation. And emotional association president said it was a totally unexpected response. “It was heart warming,” Karen said. “We’ve had some pretty incredible comments and offers – it has just been amazing. We also had to let the sponsors know as well about the cancellation and they have also been great offering to hand over their sponsorship anyway.”

TRIP DOWN MEMORY LANE: (Above top left) Nigel Kerin (left) purchased 17 month old male Wybimbie Ted for $9000 in 2011 from Hamilton breeder ian O’Connell. That was a record bearking price a decade agp; (above top right) the 2011 working dog demonstration ahead of the auction and (above right bottom) the 2012 auction.

Time to turn the page on library funding Deadline looms for State Government decision on public library financial commitment The South Australian Government is yet to commit to a new funding deal for libraries across the State and the clock is ticking. The current 10 year deal runs out at the end of this month and June 22 has been set as D-Day for a decision. In the past decade successive State Governments have injected more than $185million to council run libraries and maintaining that level of funding is all library staff are asking for but as the deadline looms, they are calling on local communities to join their campaign. Branded Library Dollars make Sense, the Local Government Association is asking the community to contact their local MP and add to the chorus of voices calling for the dollars to be set aside. When questioned by Member

for Mount Gambier Troy Bell in parliament on May 26, South Australian Minister for Planning and Local Government Vickie Chapman she assured the house “we love, on our side of the house, libraries in South Australia. We understand the significance of them across the state.” But no detail was available. “The particulars of the funding, in what order it is, how it is structured and those things are still under negotiation, and I will respect that,” Ms Chapman said. For those crunching the numbers, the bottom line is a simple one - for every dollar invested in libraries, there is $2.80 worth of benefit delivered back into the community. A quick glance at activity at the Mount Gambier Library from May 31 to June 4 is evidence of the significant role the library


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plays in regional centres. Mount Gambier Library acting manager Kristi Brooks said the government needs to understand libraries are so much more than books, they are community centres. “Just this week, we have encouraged parents and caregivers to bounce, rhythm and teach their little ones with baby Bounce, Storytime and Move and Groove; we’ve fostered creativity and problem solving through LEGO Fan Club, we’ve taught children about the human heart through STEAM Club and we’ve made beats and tracks with teens in Groovebox Club,” Kristi said. “We’ve taught people how to back up their precious photos in our computer lesson and offered two mornings of one on one IT support, we’ve helped people trace their family history, been out to schools to deliver programs, launched Episode 2 of the Mount Gambier Library Podcast, provided an upcycle workshop for World Environment Day, we’ve unveiled a collaborative art piece and the dual naming of the children’s cave as part of national reconciliation Week.” And that is a typical week at a library that can lay claim to being the heartbeat of the city. “Libraries are such an important community hub for people of all ages,” Kristi said. “We are a space for people to come together, to connect, to explore on both professional and personal levels, we provide a space for various crafting groups, meeting places, we loan bikes, books, DVDs, magazines, jigsaws, home energy kits and have free public WiFi and computers.” The Statewide campaign is hoping to garner a funding

arrangement that matches the previous decade. “We are not asking for more money, we just want to maintain these services for the community,” Kristi said. The Mount Gambier Library offers services seven days week and after hours, including running author events in the evening to maximise attendance, and during COVID they continued to provide program through take home school holiday packs, click and collect to continue borrowing


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resources and they offer a home delivery service. “Our staff are so passionate about delivering services to the community,” Kristi said. “They have a broad range of skill sets.” To play your part in the Library Dollars Make Sense campaign you can email or write to Member for Mount Gambier Troy Bell and there are also bookmarks and posters with QR codes that give you a direct link and a pre-populated email that will help support the campaign or hard copy letters that you can pop your details on and support the continued funding commitment to public libraries. “I think libraries play an important part in our community,” Mr Bell said. “The government needs to recommit, particularly to regional libraries.” He cited the older community in Mount Gambier, many whom do not have internet or computer access and rely on those services alone at the library and Kristi can corroborate that observation, saying in recent times with the need to complete cross border travel documents online has had library staff run off their feet every morning for the past few weeks. “This is another example of cost shifting by the State Government onto local councils if the cuts come through,” Mr Bell said. “I am calling on the State Government to recommit to what is essentially a modest amount of funding.” LOVE THEIR LIBRARY: Cooper Lowrie (4) and Lukas Watson (2) take a break from playing in the children’s cave to enjoy a story with acting library manager Kristi Brooks.

Following in his father’s footsteps Dancer looking to teach his own children about community service & working hard When Stephen Holmes hits the dance floor on June 19 as part of the Swinging with the Stars gala fundraising event it will be a performance more than 12 months in the making. Stephen is one of the class of 2021 that was geared up to be part of the 2020 event before it was cancelled. It was personal for Stephen – it was going to be the first year of fundraising for the newly established Barrie Holmes Memorial Scholarship - a Stand Like Stone Foundation sub fund honouring Stephen’s father. The scholarship was a first for the foundation in terms of being

aimed at providing educational scholarships for students in relation to sports and athletic development. For Stephen) and his siblings, establishing the Barrie Holmes Memorial Scholarship represented a unique way to honour their late father. “My dad, Barrie Holmes, was a very active member of the community, supporting children to participate in sport,” Stephen said. “His passion for helping those in our local community is something that my siblings and I have carried with us throughout our whole lives, we want to honour who he was and the way he raised us.” It was Stephen’s brother Anthony that convinced his brother to sign up for the event and like most of the nominated stars, was a fairly reluctant participant. “At first I wasn’t sure if I wanted to dance, but sometime you have to do this out of your comfort zone to grow as a person,” Stephen said. “My father was a very devoted man who taught us that we can be anything we want to be. Now that is am a father to three young children I also wanted to show them that you can achieve anything you put your mind to.” Stephen does come into the 2021 event with some dance experience but as all the stars find out quickly – no matter your expectations, nothing prepares

That has seen Stephen and his dance partner Annie Facy add a couple more sessions a week so they can get those four routines ready for the June 19 performance. “She has been so much help and patient,” Stephen said. “It hard to pick a favourite, they all are so different and challenging in their own way. But the hip hop would be my favourite because it had the most to learn.” Stephen admits that prior to the family setting up the scholarship fund he knew very little about the Stand Like Stone Foundation aside from that it raised money for the community but as he has worked through his fundraising efforts he has realised the profile the foundation has in the community and how readily people support it. “Fundraising has been going well,” Stephen said. “It’s overwhelming how generous people are when they know it’s going to a good cause.” You can still donate to Stephen’s fundraising efforts through the Stand Like Stone Foundation website and following the links.

you for the task at hand. “I had danced for about three years as a child for fun,” Stephen said. “Learning these four dances

was a whole new ball game. I thought I would be okay but they are so much faster then what I had expected.”

COMMUNITY SERVICE A FAMILY TRADITION: (Far left) The late Barrie Holmes and (above left) Stephen Holmes with his biggest supporters wife Alarni and their three children.

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Major new event debuts in Mount Gambier South Australian Tourism Commission & City of Mount Gambier join forces Visitors will see Mount Gambier’s iconic Cave Garden in a whole new light this winter as part of Illuminate Adelaide, Australia’s new major event. Digital Garden in Mount Gambier is the first of three South Australian regional activations in Illuminate Adelaide’s extensive program of events. Mount Gambier’s Cave Garden, located in the heart of the city, will be transformed by local and international collaborations, and immersive experiences exploring the union of future technologies and the creative industries. Digital Garden will open this Wednesday and run until July 4, ahead of the inaugural Illuminate Adelaide event, which will kick off on July 16. Illuminate Adelaide co-founders and creative directors Rachael Azzopardi and Lee Cumberlidge said Illuminate Adelaide was delighted to be programming and presenting Digital Garden in Mount Gambier as a regional, satellite event and a precursor to their inaugural flagship event in Adelaide that will open just over a month later. “It is something very special for the South East region and has been specifically curated for the location,” they said. Illuminate Adelaide has collaboration at its core and celebrates a partnership with the South Australian Tourism Commission and City of Mount Gambier, as well as many other local businesses to showcase award-winning artists.

South Australian Tourism Commission chief executive Rodney Harrex said Digital Garden would help drive visitation to the Limestone Coast over the colder months, giving people a reason to visit and explore. “Tourism is vital to the Limestone Coast, generating $358 million in visitor expenditure and directly employing 2,100 people,” Mr Harrex said.

“...It is something very special for the South East region and has been specifically curated for the location...” Illuminate Adelaide co-founders and creative directors Rachael Azzopardi & Lee Cumberlidge

“The region has so much to offer visitors from spectacular natural wonders to stunning cellar doors and with Qantas recently commencing its Melbourne – Mount Gambier – Adelaide flight, it’s never been easier to visit.” This event will shine a light on Mount Gambier as visitors follow a trail of installations, lasers and light projections around the Cave Garden. Digital Garden will reimagine the popular local hub with a series works from renowned international companies. In an eye-catching light installation created by Studio Toer (Netherlands) Firefly Field is a large-

scale natural phenomenon that has toured the globe, appearing in Shanghai, the Faroe Islands, Diriyah and Vivid Sydney. Firefly Field, presented with thanks by RAA, will now transform Mount Gambier into a shimmering display of 200 floating LEDs lights that glow, dance and enchant. Kaylene Whiskey’s colourful world of desert pop art is a playful window into contemporary Aṉangu life and culture. Whiskey’s stunning works will be screened and brought to life in animations the artist has produced in collaboration with Jackson Lee. Drawing on a rich and eclectic

set of influences to remix celebrity culture and remote community life, pop idols including Tina Turner, Dolly Parton and Wonder Woman are dropped into the red dirt and blue skies of Central Australia. Digital Garden audiences can experience the big humour, big characters and big colours of Whiskey’s work on a grand scale. St Petersburg-based collective TUNDRA’s Row uses a series of high-speed LED fans to suspend a hypnotic array of shapes and patterns into the air. This installation offers a fascinating new way of visualising and sharing seemingly abstract data and messages through light and sound. Digital Garden will run from June 9 – July 4. More event details at digital-garden WORKING TOGETHER: (Above top left) Mount Gambier Library manager Georgia Davison, South Australian Tourism Commission chief executive Rodney Harrex and Events South Australia executive director Hitaf Rasheed at Mount Gambier’s Cave Garden. READY TO BE ILLUMINATED: (Above bottom left) Aboriginal artist Kaylene Whiskey will have her artwork come to life through illumination during the event.

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A GLIMPSE OF WHAT IS TO COME: (Above top right). The Firefly activation – as example of what kind of activity unt Gambier will experience. LIKE NOTHING EVER SEEN BEFORE: (Above bottom right) Row – a series of high-speed LED fans - will also be on display.

Time for change Positive relationships program encourages Limestone Coast men to change track Three Mount Gambier agencies have partnered to deliver the Changing Tracks group program for men with the aim of encouraging positive relationships and preventing negative behaviour, including domestic violence. Mount Gambier’s own notfor-profit broad human services agency will lead the new joint initiative in collaboration with Baptist Care SA and The South East Junction. Changing Tracks is a weekly group program encouraging men to learn skills to communicate in a healthy and effective manner, reduce stress and avoid unhealthy coping mechanisms. Participants can share stories with others in similar situations and access support in a respectful, safe and confidential environment. Individual counselling is also made available to work through issues and address the source of any unhealthy behaviour. “Changing Tracks is all about encouraging men to make better choices and learn to communicate in a healthy,

“...It is important to provide tools for people to identify and practice respectful behaviour as a key step in decreasing domestic and family violence..” Shane Maddocks ( CEO)

effective and safe manner,” Family Relationship Centre manager Lindy-Lou Badger said. “Family and domestic violence and abusive or unbalanced relationships are a cycle Changing Tracks interrupts that cycle and helps prevent it from perpetuating.” The Junction coordinator Nel

“ and domestic violence and abusive or unbalanced relationships are a cycle - Changing Tracks interrupts that cycle and helps prevent it from perpetuating...” Lindy-Lou Badger ( Family Relationship Centre manager)

Jans said the program would help participants identify, establish and maintain healthy, positive relationships. Baptist Care SA Limestone Coast area manager John Merrett welcomed the partnership between the three agencies to deliver the important men’s behaviour program. “Facilitators hope to motivate change in men’s lives and promote compassionate relationships free from abuse,” he said. Staff involved in the program are also extending its impact to youth, with a focus on educating young men about appropriate behaviour to form respectful relationships

early in adulthood. “We are working on implementing a version of the Changing Tracks course tailored to Mount Gambier secondary school students, contributing to their South Australian Certificate of Education, as well as the Shark Cage program to empower young women to build positive relationships and selfrespect,” Ms Badger said. Changing Tracks has been supported with a Stand Like Stone Foundation grant backed by OneFortyOne Plantations. chief executive Shane Maddocks said implementation of the programs was part of the agency’s broad approach to supporting country people to build positive relationships.

“...facilitators hope to motivate change in men’s lives and promote compassionate relationships free from abuse..” John Merrett (Baptist Care SA Limestone Coast area manager)

“It is important to provide tools for people to identify and practice respectful behaviour as a key step in decreasing domestic and family violence,” Mr Maddocks said. “We welcome this opportunity to collaborate with fellow organisations in the South East as by working together we can increase our impact.” For more information about participating in the group program, one-on-one sessions or for details of school-based services, call the Family Relationship Centre on 1800 880 913. More information and confidential enrolment is available at POSITIVE PARTNERSHIP: Changing Tracks co-facilitators Terri Patching and Laurena Byers (front) launch the positive relationships initiative for men and secondary school students with Baptist Care SA Limestone Coast area manager John Merrett, Family Relationship Centre manager Lindy-Lou Badger and The South East Junction coordinator Nel Jans (rear).

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Local textile art group Twisted Threads celebrated its 10 year anniversary in style with its annual Autumn Threads exhibition at the Mount Gambier City Hall. The showcase of the group’s work, which is usually housed in the Mount Gambier Library, doubles as a fundraiser for the library, with the crafty members handing over any proceeds to the Friends of the Library, purchasing craft books and other resources. The exhibition has been a tradition since the Mount Gambier Library opened in its new home just over a decade ago and it is returning in 2021 after 2020 stymied what would have been a 10 year anniversary celebration. Twisted Threads held its annual Autumn Threads exhibition from May 6-9, working on conjunction with the Mount Gambier Spinners and Weavers, and with demonstrations running alongside the exhibition. The exhibition featured handcrafted items and fashion accessories and the textile art group was able to hand over around $300 garnered from the usual raffle and sales of items. The group meets on Wednesday mornings at the Mount Gambier Library. Twisted Threads has around 25 members, with each weekly chat ‘n’ craft session attracting around 15 participants as they knit, crochet and sew their way to stunning handcrafted creations. ANNUAL DONATION: Twisted Threads member Julianne Woodruff (right) and acting library manager Kristi Brooks.

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One pan Tuscan salmon 110g (1/2 cup) semi-dried tomatoes in oil, chopped, 1 1/2 tablespoons oil reserved 4 Coles Salmon Skin off Fillets 1 brown onion, finely chopped 3 garlic cloves, crushed 300ml Bulla Cooking Cream 80g baby spinach 1 tablespoon drained baby capers 1/4 cup small fresh basil leaves Crusty bread, to serve Method Heat half the reserved oil in a large frying pan over medium-high heat. Cook the salmon for 1 minute each side or until golden. Transfer to a plate. Heat the remaining reserved oil in the same pan over mediumhigh heat. Cook the onion and garlic, stirring often, for 5 minutes or until softened. Add the cream and 80ml (1/3 cup) water. Bring to the boil. Return the salmon to the pan. Add the sun-dried tomato. Reduce heat and simmer for 3 minutes or until salmon is almost cooked through. Stir through the spinach and capers. Cook for 1-2 minutes or until spinach is wilted. Scatter over the basil and serve with crusty bread.

Brain Teaser 6. Which team on the 2021 UEFA Champions League? 7. In which US State would you be if you were visiting Mt Rushmore? 8. Which city hosted the 1924 Summer Olympics? 9. French leader Napoleon Bonaparte died while living in exile on which island? 10. Which Aussie actress played the role of Allison Carr in the spy TV series thriller Homeland? 11. Budapest is the capital of which European country? 12. Justin Timberlake was part of which best selling boy band? 13. From which country’s cuisine do we get the souffle? 14. Which three colours make up the Colombian flag? 15. On a Monopoly board Mayfair and Park Lane are which coloured properties?


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Learning starts early at Tenison Woods College New reception class opening in 2022 Tenison Woods College is excited to announce that enrolment places have become available for Reception students next year for both Term 1 and Term 3 intakes. The College opened its doors to the brand new Reception Building, The MacKillop Community Centre, at the commencement of 2021. Students have been thriving in this new learning environment, which was custom designed to accentuate a Reggio Emelia inspired pedagogy and caters directly to the needs of Reception students as they begin their educational journey. In conjunction with this exciting build, new spaces in the Early Learning and Community Centre have also opened, forming an additional homeroom, kitchen and expanded playground. The new Reception Building allows for a fifth classroom space, which will be operational in 2022.

The College is also offering free tuition for mid-year intake Reception students in 2022, following an initiative from Catholic Education SA which has offered the same scheme for mid-year Reception students this year.

The MacKillop Community Centre features open classroom studios with breakout and meeting rooms, a large creative maker studio, two unique learning pods, as well as a spacious sensory room. At the heart of the building;

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“...our dedicated staff form a close connection with students, creating a vibrant class community within their year level..” Francesca Dickson (Head of Junior School) a central piazza area allows collaboration between all classes at various times throughout the day. The exterior of this wonderful centre showcases an impressive contemporary nature playground. The centre is state-of-the art in both its design and function. “We are fortunate being a Catholic Educational facility, that we offer the Term 3 intake initiative, to assist families with children who are born midyear, to also commence their education at a time where they are ready to begin their learning journey,” principal David Mezinec said. “With the 2021 mid-year intake almost at capacity, we will extend the offer of free tuition for our prospective mid-year intake students in 2022. This will allow families with children born between 1 May and 31 October, 2017 to commence with us and enjoy the 6 terms of Reception in our wonderful learning community from Term 3 2022 to the end of 2023.” The Reception building is the latest addition to the College, following many developments over the course of last year, including the construction of the Middle School Gilap Wanga Learning Community and the Poplars Inclusive Learning Centre. Renovations were also made to the Out of School Hours Care Centre. These renovations and buildings are the result of a very collaborative approach to designing spaces which accentuate child competency

“...we really do celebrate the gifts and talents of all of our students, and I welcome prospective families to book a tour to see for themselves what Tenison Woods College can offer your child...” Francesca Dickson (Head of Junior School)

and agency, as well as teacher collaboration. The College is also in the planning stages of a brand new Junior School building for Year 1-6 students, to be ready for occupation in 2023. “We look forward to welcoming many new faces to our College Community in 2022,” Head of Junior School, Mrs. Francesca Dickson said. “With the Year 1-6 development opening in 2023, our 2022 Reception students will journey through the Junior School in carefully designed buildings, suited directly to their needs. Our dedicated staff form a close connection with students, creating a vibrant class community within their year level, their sub-school, the whole College. The advantages of having ‘communities within communities’ are huge, and students also look forward to spending time with their older buddies and mentors, creating a sense of connection, support and care. We really do celebrate the gifts and talents of all of our students, and I welcome prospective families to book a tour to see for themselves what Tenison Woods College can offer your child.” For Enrolment enquiries, contact Tenison Woods College Enrolment Registrar, Tracey Davey on (08)8725 5455 or email: davet@ READY FOR RECEPTION: (Above right) Term 3 Intake Reception children Savannah and Archie (middle) pictured with parents Melena Roughana (left) and Nadene Crozier (right) at Kindergarten at the Early Learning and Community Centre on the Tenison Woods College campus. SCHOOL IS ON THE HORIZON: (Above left) Early Learning Centre Kindergarten Graduates Archie, Aria, Savannah and Cody ready for their seamless transition into Reception in Term 3 at Tenison Woods College, pictured on the custom built nature playground specifically for Reception students.

Creating a safe haven for women Official opening of collaborative project to tackle family & domestic violence “An incredible safe place for women to come and get access to information that they need, it’s true that knowledge can be power.” That was the assessment from Assistant Minister for Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Carolyn Power at the official opening of The Haven – a collaborative project to provide assistance for women in the family and domestic violence space. The Haven will call the Mount Gambier Library home, placing the private, inviting space, manned by highly trained volunteers, into the very public space, making heading in for help as nonthreatening as possible. It is the sixth safety hub established in South Australia – the fourth following this model. “Ultimately we want to end domestic, family violence,” Assistant Minister Power said. Also on hand to be part of the official opening, South Australian Minister for Human Services Michelle Lensink was quick to acknowledge the role of the volunteers who have undergone intensive training and will be the face of the new service. “It (The Haven) couldn’t operate without you,” Minister Lensink said. “There are so many things that volunteers do – what you do makes a difference in people’s lives.” Helping fund the set up of The Haven was the fulfilment of an election promise but it was only after the regional roundtable, where the government talked to those at the coalface, dealing with family and domestic violence issues every day, that it became clear, simply replicating services offered in metropolitan centres was not going to work in regional South Australia. “Every region is different, their needs are different,” Minister Lensink said. “We wanted to hear from people who are involved on the ground, how they wanted it to operate.” Minister Lensink acknowledged there is still so much work to be done but the State Government had a clear goal. “We are trying to move domestic violence up stream so it doesn’t get to crisis stage,” she said. “I look forward to hering about good outcomes down the track about what The Haven in Mount Gambier is doing.” And City of Mount Gambier councillor Sonya Mezinec, who until recently worked in the family and domestic violence space, who has been at the forefront of advocating for The Haven, said she was glad the feedback was taken on board.

“...ultimately we want to end domestic, family violence...” Carolyn Power (Assistant Minister for Domestic and Family Violence Prevention)

“...there are so many things that volunteers do – what you do makes a difference in people’s lives...” Michelle Lensink (Minister for Human Services) “We just didn’t think the metropolitan model would work here where there is a one stop shop in a stand alone centre,” Cr Mezinec said. “Trying to access information that you need can be a bit confronting but to be able to just come into the library, where people come in for all sorts of things is just a better way to deliver those services.” She was also quick to show her gratitude for the volunteers set to provide the assistance required to anyone accessing The Haven. “It is amazing the difference having access to information makes, the impact that has on decisions you can make and The Haven is going to be really important,” Cr Mezinec said. “The volunteer training was a really intensive process. They are such a great group of women, they are committed, they wanted to help other women, that is what their commitment was and they do a great job.”

Former school principal Barb Munt is one of the volunteers manning The Haven. “There are a lot of wonderful services in Mount Gambier but people may not know about them and this is a way to help them navigate a way to get the support they need,” Barb said. “The Haven will be that first step to get the support they need. It is a place where you can go in and talk to somebody and find someone who is a good listener.” The City of Mount Gambier Mayor Lynette Martin OAM also welcomed being able to offer a similar standard of services to regional women as were afforded their metropolitan counterparts. “We all deserve to feel safe,” Mayor Martin said.

“...The Haven will be that first step to get the support they need. It is a place where you can go in and talk to somebody and find someone who is a good listener...” Barb Munt (The Haven volunteer)

CREATING A SAFE PLACE FOR WOMEN: (Above top) Assistant Minister for Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Carolyn Power (centre - sixth from left) and City of Mount Gambier Mayor Lynette Martin (far right) with The Haven volunteers and (above bottom) Cr Sonya Mezinec, Minister for Human Services Michelle Lensink & Susie Smith, from the Limestone Coast Domestic Violence Service


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Country music cancer fundraiser Kevin Sporer (pictured at his induction into the Country Music Hall of Fame) and a collection of his music loving friends, including Mark and Nanette Country Sounds, Leonie, Michelle, Stephanie and Dancers, Nick McIntyre and Wendy Roeters, are banding together to put on a four hour show to raise funds for the Mount Gambier Cancer Support Group. Hosted at the Mount Gambier RSL & District Bowls Club, tickets are $15 a head and are available from Bare Necessities Lingerie in Mount Gambier. It is cash only and you need to secure your tickets before June 11. There will also be lucky door prizes, lucky dips, raffles and afternoon tea on offer. The Friday event will run from 1-4pm.





Talking heads Lions Club initiative kicks off in Mount Gambier Hundreds of South East primary school students are taking part in the Lions Mad Minute public speaking competition this month. The Lions Club of Mount Gambier initiative is supported by Lions clubs across the region and sees children speaking for one minute on a topic drawn at random. “Lions Mad Minute is about Year 5 students having fun learning to be engaging, confident and creative speakers,” said Mad Minute co-ordinator Rory McEwen. More than 10,000 participation certificates have been awarded since the competition began in

2012. Just four schools took part in the first year, but most of the region’s public and private schools are now involved. “None of this would happen without the wonderful support from the teachers and students in all those schools,” Mr McEwen said. Students receive participation certificates and compete for merit certificates and medals. It is mainly for Year 5 students but involves all children in mixed year level classes. The top three Year 5 students from each school progress to district competitions.

The Lower SE Grand Challenge will be held at Mount Gambier High School on June 22, with the Upper SE Grand Challenge at Lucindale Soldiers’ Memorial Hall on June 23. PUBLIC SPEAKING IN THE SPOTLIGHT: (Below) Lions Mad Minute winners at Glenburnie Primary School (from row from left) Hunter Murphy, Abbey Mitchell, Remi Ropitini and Jayden Newton, with (back row from left) Year 5 teacher Gaynor Arthurson, Principal Sam Griffith and Ross Parkinson from the Lions Club of Mount Gambier.

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June 13 is the South East Country Music Association AGM but it is not all business, with the usual Sunday afternoon performances set to be part of the day. Local legend Kevin Sporer will headline the June 13 event, supported by Mark and Nanette Country Sounds. The AGM is at 10.30am followed by the performances at the usual 1-5pm timeslot. The usual raffles and afternoon tea will be on offer during the performance afternoon, while light refreshments will be available for those attending the AGM. Walk ups are also welcome. The AGM and monthly afternoon concert will be held at the Mount Gambier RSL & District Bowls Club.

Creating a winter wonderland Cave Garden precinct to host Digital Garden & Winter Solstice Artisan Market Local artisans and budding young entrepreneurs will be on show at the inaugural Winter Solstice Artisan Markets at Mount Gambier’s Cave Garden precinct on Saturday, June 19. Running from 5-9pm, the markets also coincide with the month long Digital Garden installation by Illuminate Adelaide which will bring the Cave Garden to life every night from June 9 to July 4. The Cave Garden will come to life with neon characters, flowers, and imagery as well as a field of moving fireflies, an interactive light archway and projections from 6pm until 10pm daily. The City Hall will host artisan markets with 20 local artists showcasing their talents with wares for sale, while the library verandah will have youth markets showcasing the next generation of local artists. With buskers at both sites and food trucks including Atomic Food & Southern Hotdogs there will be plenty to keep you warm and entertain you throughout this winter evening. Photographic prints by well known local artist Ockert Le Roux, various works by painter Julia Reader, woodwork by several local artists, opal jewellery by Opal Quest, who is a local miner and

“...artists were very excited for the event, having had limited opportunities over the last year ...” Emma Telford (The Riddoch Arts and Cultural Centre programming officer)

jewellery maker, two local potters with their wares, macrame, string art and jewellery are just some of the stalls set to headline the winter markets. The Winter Solstice Artisan Markets and the Digital Garden are free community events

supporting the local arts community and offering residents a great winter event. “The Riddoch has had an overwhelming response from our artist community, to the point of filling our stalls in City Hall and having to create a wait list,”

programming officer Emma Telford said. “Artists were very excited for the event, having had limited opportunities over the last year under COVID restrictions to hold markets.” COVID check-ins will be required at both City Hall and the library verandah, and capacity limits will be marshalled. Young

people interested in taking up the opportunity for the youth markets should contact Teresa Nearmy at the Mount Gambier Library. WINTER WONDERLAND: (Below top) Ockert Le Roux’s photographic prints will be on offer and (Below bottom) woodwork by local artists Tom & John.

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Tenison Woods College Charity Ball 1. Mia Grant, Kasey White & Claire Brooker 2. Mykaela Thiele has a turn as DJ at the Tenison Woods College Charity Ball 3. Edie Jones & Ruby Black 4. (Back row) Charlotte Oliver, Jemma Skeer, Kate Walker, Sophie Skeer, Georgia Ryan, Paige Nitschke & Mykaela Thiele and (front row) Lily Engel, Molly Clark, Madi Fatchen & Bryna Kuller 5. Alyssa Duncan, Zoe Malseed, Izzy Hein, Amryn Bosko & Demi MacGregor 6. Isla Dickson & Molly Livingstone

7. Lilah Lamb, Lydia Nashed, Mary Moreto, Mia Van Gaans, Emma Lang, Lauren Miller & Leyton Smith 8. Mikayla Frost & Connor Hall 9. Bernadette Fisher updates the crowd on the work in Timor Leste - the reason the school fundraises through the charity ball. 10. Kaleb Gentile-Meznar, Lachlan Clements & Matthew Larter 11. Tahlia Geraghty & Sienna Bartlett

Funding for A decade of fundraising Tenison Woods College Timor-Leste program in focus council wishlist Tatiara District Council Federal windfall for multiple projects It is reward for effort with the Tatiara District Council securing more than two and a half million dollars in Federal Government funding to fund a numb er of critical infrastructure projects within the council area. Strong lobbying from council and strong support from Member for Barker Tony Pasin has seen the windfall come the Tatiara District Council’s way. The Nalang Creek bridge at Mundulla was one of the key priorities for the council and Mayor Graham Excell was thrilled this funding would allow that project and many others to be undertaken. “Many people walk or ride their bike along the road in this area and it can get quite tight if you are on the road bridge at the same time as trucks or cars,” Mayor Excell said. “The construction of a separate pedestrian bridge will enable bike riders and walkers to get off the road.” The Federal Government has approved funding of $2,558,284 for Tatiara District Council projects as part of the $1.5 billion Local Road and Community Infrastructure Program, which is supporting local jobs, businesses and boosting the economy. “The Local Roads and Community Infrastructure Program enables us to deliver a wide range of projects that otherwise would not have been possible, including the shape correction of Wolseley Road, sealing of rural intersections up to sealed roads, widening of Wirrega North Road, pool upgrades and repairs to the Bordertown Grandstand, to name

just a few,” Mayor Excell said. “We appreciate the Australian Government’s support for local jobs and local government and look forward to continue working together in the roll-out of Phase 3 of the program.” Mr Pasin said getting shovels in the ground on local construction projects is important for maintaining jobs and economic growth, particularly as we deal with the economic crisis created by the coronavirus. “I am so pleased that Federal Government funding can support these worthwhile projects for communities throughout the Tatiara District Council,” he said. “Every single project we support makes a huge difference in our local community, that is why we have moved quickly to approve funding. We know how important these developments and upgrades are because we recognise the social and community benefits that come from modern and safe facilities.” Mr Pasin said. More information on the Local Roads and Community Infrastructure Program is available at au/infrastructure_investment/localroads-community-infrastructureprogram INFRASTRUCTURE FUNDING: Bronwyn Martlew, Tatiara District Council Mayor Graham Excell, Member for Barker Tony Pasin, Anthony Davies & Cr. Liz Goossens

WHERE THE MONEY WILL BE SPENT: Phase 1 Hinge Street, Mundulla - $70,000 Footpath upgrades on Dinning Terrace, Bordertown - $50,000 Keith Public Swimming Pool Upgrade - $65,000 Cannawigara Road, Custon Road - $100,000 Bunker Road - Railway Terrace intersection upgrade, Keith - $50,000 Upgrades to intersections of sealed and gravel roads - $63,849 Widening of Wirrega North Road - $250,000 Total Phase 1 - $648,849 Phase 2 Wolseley Road Shape correction - $160,000 Asphalt Meatworks Road Bridge - $25,000 Sealing of intersections at various locations, Tatiara - $91,000 Asphalt intersection Densley Road/ Railway Terrace, Keith - $45,000 Bordertown Swimming Pool coping - $65,000 Aquatic lifts at Bordertown & Keith pools - $30,000 Bordertown Grandstand - $56,000 Nalang Creek Pedestrian Bridge & footpath, Mundulla - $99,737 Bordertown Caravan Park solar - $40,000 Total Phase 2 - $611,737 Phase 3 Projects to be determined (Construction 1 January 2022 to 30 June 2023) Total Phase 3 - $1,297,698

While visits to Timor-Leste have been on hold for more than a year with students again unable to take place in what was Tenison Woods College annual immersion. The charity program, where students fundraise and then head to Timor-Leste for some hands on experiences, was celebrating a decade of service this year and while the visit to the communities the school supports is still not possible, the commitment to raising money and still providing as much assistance as possible was as strong as ever. The Charity Ball was introduced in 2016 as a major fundraiser for this mission project and it quickly became a must-attend for the students on their social calendar. The glamour and the fun was wall to wall at the end of last month when students again put their glad rags on and enjoyed a night out that combined fun and fundraising. Year 11 and 12 students enjoyed a great night of music, food and drinks provided by the talented

Academy of Hospitality students and staff, as well as an auction of ‘money-can’t-buy’ experiences to raise funds for Timor-Leste. Ensuring the Charity Ball went ahead without a hitch took a team of dedicated staff and students including the Public Relations and Events team, Jen McCourt, Jen Vanikiotis and the Academy of Hospitality students, the amazing college staff who made items, delivered items, donated goods and supervised on the night. Special thanks was also afforded the City of Mount Gambier for providing the venue and Donut King for supplying delicious donuts.


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237 Casterton Rd, Nangwarry

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354 Cafpirco Rd, Compton

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Melleray Crt Subdivision, Mt Gambier

FROM 5,004m2



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Lot 91 & 92 Thomson St, Mt Gambier

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50 Derrington St, Mt Gambier

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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.

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Lot 8 Centenary View Dr, Compton $185,000

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6 Colins Crt, Robe $75,000

624m2 (approx)


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Quality solid brick & tile family home, offering 3 bedrooms, located on an elevated corner allotment, with amazing views over the city to Centenary Tower The open plan living area combines large inviting kitchen with electric cooking, adjoining dining area, plus sunken lounge area Outside the home offers a lovely private pergola area & large double car garage 3 2 4 Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

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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

If you want to retire to a slower existence, have your own weekender, or perhaps an Air BnB investment this is the perfect property The main bedroom offers walk in robe and ensuite while the four additional bedrooms all feature built-in-robes Centrally located kitchen ideally positioned between the two living areas with sleek cabinetry, electric cooking and dishwasher 5 2 1 Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266



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Built in 2013, the home has been well maintained & boasts a flexible open floor plan with a wonderful outlook of the surrounding countryside Offering a large master suite with WIR and ensuite, 2 bedrooms with BIR’s and a 4th bedroom or study The modern kitchen features gas hotplates & dishwasher, double sink leading through to the open plan dining & living space plus a separate lounge with slow combustion heating 4 2 6 Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266 or Sara McManus 0438 708 281

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


312 COMMERCIAL ST W, MT GAMBIER $699,000-$759,000

- 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

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Beautifully presented stone home in sought after central location Renovated kitchen/meals with stone benchtops, dishwasher, electric cooking and abundant storage Three bedrooms including huge main bedroom with a full wall of BIRs Striking bathroom with walk in shower, freestanding bath, vanity and separate powder room Side access to 7m x 9m Colorbond shed with 2.5m clearance and concrete floor 3 2 3 Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199 1 KEIL DR, NELSON



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 G004/7 LAKE TCE WEST, MT GAMBIER $285,000-$295,000


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 SHELLSEA CRT, PELICAN POINT

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- 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


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- 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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78 Crouch Street South

$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!

On approx. 5.75 acres within city boundary, huge development potential (subject to council consent). Four generous sized bedrooms, open plan living and dining – a truly rare offering.

Located in a Blue Ribbon location and close to many facilities is this beautiful solid home. Open plan kitchen, dining and living overlooking the backyard and pool. Master bedroom with built in wardrobes and ensuite. Plus huge undercover entertaining.




312 Commercial Street West



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!

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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!


196 Mount Percy Road, Compton E.O.I by 16th July (unless sold prior)





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

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!

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2 Wimmera Street



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7 4 10+ | approx 56 acres E.O.I Unlike no other property and set on the outskirts of Mount Gambier on approx 56 acres, with grand views, is this Amazing property. An entertainer’s delight with one wing dedicated for a guest area through to the main spacious living. Shedding galore with double garage UMR, separate solid garage, approx 10x10m colorbond shed plus an approx 12x8m fully self contained workshop/shed. A property like this needs to be seen to grasp everything that it has to offer, nothing short of amazing and grand. To be viewed by private inspection only. Contact the Agent to arrange a viewing today!

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.


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RURAL RUNDOWN Dairy SA moves date for regions’s Innovation Day

The 18th DairySA Innovation Day to be held in Mount Gambier on June 9 was set to unpack just some of the technical research and development studies that are at dairyfarmers’ fingertips as they continue their quest for increasing milk output. But the jam packed program has now been rescheduled to July 21 courtesy of the current uncertainty over lockdowns and border closures. A spokesperson for DairySA said organisers were aiming to be able to bring innovative topics, engaging speakers and quality businesses to DairySA Innovation Day in a face to face format, continuing our reputation as one of SA’s most anticipated events in the dairy industry calendar. “We’d like to thank all our valued sponsors, speakers, SA dairyfarmers and the hardworking DID Committee who have supported this decision and embraced the new date,” they said. Up to 200 dairyfarmers and service providers from across SA’s South East and beyond normally attend the popular one day Innovation Day, to be held at The Barn, Mount Gambier and organises are hopeful they will support the event on its new date. NEW DATE FOR INNVOATION DAY: AFL legend, media personality and Dairy Industry ambassador Jonathan Brown is set to be a guest speaker at the event.

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Replanting program Green Triangle employment opportunities

An estimated 27 million plantation trees will be replanted across the Green Triangle over the coming months with some opportunities still available for interested individuals to join the work team. A task normally undertaken by a large contingent of backpackers; this year the industry has relied on a domestic and New Zealand skillbase to fill the 150 positions due to prolonged border shutdowns as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. These recruits have included seasonal workers from the fishing and shearing industries, who join the forestry contracting crews in their work off-time. However, a number of contractors are still searching for final recruits advertising on social media channels for last minute labourers to meet their work targets The planting, which is spread across the south east of South Australia and south west of Victoria replacing harvested trees, includes 19.6 million softwood Pinus Radiata (softwood) seedlings and 7.5 million hard wood Eucalyptus Globulus (hardwood). This vast work effort will cover approximately 20,500 hectares of land, including the replacement of Pinus Radiata trees lost in the 2020 Kentbruck fire, near Nelson. Green Triangle Forest Industries

Hub chair Ian McDonnell said forest growers and contractors were collaborating, strategically planning the season to ensure the limited workforce was best utilised in the fixed timeframe whilst managing ongoing changes due to impromptu border shutdowns. He said some crews historically planted about 100,000 trees per day with individual planters averaging 3000 trees daily. “This is a very manual and physical job but for those wanting to increase their fitness and earn a good income, working with great people, it can be a rewarding role,” he said. “The planting season usually begins in May and can extend through to July; it is all dependent on the seasonal winter rain which is required to ensure the best growth for the new seedlings.” He said whilst the forest sector was not planting any new trees, only resowing what had been harvested and processed, the Hub was working hard on new initiatives to grow the estate, understanding how to compete with increasing agricultural land prices and limitations with water access, particularly in South Australia. The Federal Government Growing a Better Australia Strategy has earmarked the need to plant an additional 400,000 hectares

of new plantation nationally over the next decade, the equivalent of one billion new trees, to meet growing domestic wood demand which is anticipated to quadruple by 2050. This planting is in addition to the 70 million commercial trees already planted nationally each year; approximately a quarter of this is collectively achieved annually by local forest companies. Mr McDonnell said the Green Triangle was today Australia’s biggest supplier of softwood product with growing pressure to meet demand for the country’s booming housing sector. “It is important we continue to replace every single tree harvested and invest in new land development to keep pace with domestic consumption. This is why the Hub has invested heavily in understanding tree water use, so we can proactively work with government and other stakeholders to create pathways to plant new trees,” he said. GETTING THEIR HANDS DIRTY: Nene Mibus, Ehklei Ehklei and Trinidad Pasilan from Gildera Forestry Services are among a team of staff at OneFortyOne’s Glencoe Nursery managing the delivery of seedlings.

Millicent Market Report Agents yarded 193 liveweight and 23 open auction cattle at the Millicent Saleyards on June 2. A decrease in 36 head in the yarding of mostly good quality cattle was offered to the regular processor buying field, supported by feeder and restocker activity. Vealer steers and heifers were too few in number to quote, but topped at 490 c/kg for both categories. Finished steers ranged from 305 c/kg to 480 c/kg. Yearling steers ranged from 388 c/kg to 491 c/kg and young heifers from 322 c/kg to 480 c/kg. A small number of grown heifers made 345 c/kg to 389 c/kg. Cows sold from 200 c/kg to 330 c/kg. Overall, prices were firm to dearer. Fourteen bulls were offered, returning 260 c/kg to 350 c/kg to up to 50 c./kg dearer. The next sale at the Millicent Saleyards will be held on Wednesday, 16 June 2021, upon the completion of the Mount Gambier Market.

RURAL RUNDOWN Getting on top of weeds MLA helping farmers get on top of weed control Weeds are estimated to cost the Australian livestock industry over $3 billion per year, according to research commissioned by Meat & Livestock Australia (MLA). Left unchecked, weeds can outcompete nutritious pastures, leaving low-quality feed for livestock and unwanted costs for producers. In a new campaign to tackle the problem, MLA has launched a Weed control resource hub that brings together the latest research and practical tips and tools to help producers get weeds under control early. MLA Group manager Adoption and Commercialisation, Sarah Strachan, said the new resource hub would provide identification and treatment options to encourage producers to proactively tackle weeds through winter. “MLA’s Weed control resource hub includes easily identifiable pictures, seasonal timelines, and a step-by-step information guide to deal with the common pasture weeds across southern Australia,”

Ms Strachan said. “Having a planned control program before sowing, monitoring established pasture species and tactical use of grazing, fertiliser and chemicals are crucial to reducing competition from weeds. “Pasture weeds are not always easily identified as most weedy species have some feed value at some point in their life cycle. But don’t be fooled by the green feed available it’s important to look out for new weed infestations before they become too difficult and costly to contain. “Research suggests that weed control in livestock enterprises far outweigh the costs, estimating that for every dollar invested in weed control, the return on investment is around $4.” Ms Strachan said reducing the weed burden during winter would

help set the feed base up for a productive spring and produce nutritious feed to livestock during the prime growing season. “Around May-June, either before or after the first grazing of winter forages, is an opportune time for producers to get on top of winter weed species,” Ms Strachan said. “How well producers know their weeds this winter will prove to pay off in spring. Early detection and maintenance are the low-cost solutions to weed control and boosting pasture performance.” For more information visit MLA’s Weed control resource hub.

Naracoorte Market Report - CATTLE Numbers fell by almost half as agents yarded 452 head of live weight and open auction cattle. These sold to a slightly smaller field of trade and processor buyers along with feeder and restocker orders. Quality dipped last week with less weight and condition over the offering as most buyers were active in sourcing supply in a mainly firm market. Small supply in some areas made it difficult to quote. Yearling steers to the trade made from 410c to 510c, with similar heifers making from 335c to 498c/kg. Steers filling feeder orders made from 432c to 506c and heifers made from 384c to 420c/kg. Grown steers were small in number with traders paying to a top of 434c and feeders to 445c/kg. Grown heifers to the trade made from 288c to 444c with feeders paying from 310c to 450c/kg. Manufacturing steers made to a top of 310c/kg. Heavy cows remained firm in price making from 302c to 331c while the lighter types made from 224c to 280c, and feeders paying to a top of 255c/kg. Bulls ranged from 255c to 300c/kg. .

Hamilton Market Report - SHEEP & LAMBS WEDNESDAY The quality of offering was plainer at Hamilton compared to the previous week. The quality of sheep offered was also very plain, with very little weight available. Not all the regular buyers were in attendance and those that were, did not operate fully. There was limited store competition and buyers were only active on the good lines of better bred lambs and they paid to $162/head. The market was very erratic throughout, resulting in the very well finished trade lambs 22 to 26kg being firm to $10 cheaper, secondary trade lambs 22kg plus, $15 to $20 softer, and the one and two score lighter lambs below 22kg $30 to $40/head cheaper. Light, 12 to 18kg lambs made from $60 to $155/head averaging from 430c to 838c/kg cwt. The light trade weight lambs weighing 18 to 22kg sold from $106 to $174/head to average between 692c and 821/kg cwt. The medium trade weight lambs 22 to 26kg made from $150 to $203/head, to average from 700c and 838c/kg cwt. Heavy trade weight lambs over 26kg made up to $209/head to average 725c/kg cwt. Hoggets, 3 score sold to $198/head. Sheep were firm to $10/head softer in places. Heavier crossbred sheep made to $240, with the better well covered Merino ewes making from $138 to $160/head. Wethers made to a top of $235/head and the general run of Merino mutton made from 600c to 710c/kg cwt. Terminal sires sold to $60 and Merino rams made $191/head.

Naracoorte Market Report SHEEP & LAMBS Numbers eased a little last week with less lambs and more sheep coming forward in a total yarding of 3599 lambs and 1400 sheep. The usual field of trade and processor buyers were in operation competing for supply on a very mixed winter offering in the pens. The lamb market eased in price this week with falls of $5 to $10 being common while sheep continued to receive strong demand and sold to dearer rates with a lift of $10 to $15/head. Light lambs to the trade made from $82 to $148 while light weight score 2 and 3 trade types sold to a top of $156/head. Restockers picked their way through the pens with far less being returned to the paddock this week and restocker lambs making from $90 to $164/head. Trade weight

score 3 lambs sold from $151 to $180/head and averaged 790c/ kg cwt. Heavy lambs made from $182 to $215, with the extra heavy lots making from $204 to top the market at $260/head. Hoggets made from $144 to $218, while light ewes sold from $115 to $128/head. Medium weight sheep sold from $133 to $166 to average 660c/kg cwt, while the heavy pens made from $176 to a top of $257/ head. Rams ranged from $60 to $144/head.


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Mount Gambier Market Report - CATTLE Numbers fell at Mount Gambier sale last week as agents yarded 397 head of live weight and open auction cattle. These sold to the same small field of trade and processor buyers as the previous week with feeders and restockers also present. Quality was mixed over the pens which brought about some mixed results in price with the small numbers on offer making it difficult to quote. Yearling steers to feed remained firm, ranging from 450c to 490c/kg, while yearling steers to the trade were insufficient in number to quote. Yearling heifers to the trade ranged from 380c to 450c lifting 15c, with similar heifers to feed making from 425c to 473c/kg. Grown steers and bullocks to the trade made from 386c to 426c with feeders active from 390c to 437c/kg. Grown heifers to the trade sold from 320c to 410c with feeder activity from 320c to 410c/kg. Manufacturing steers made from 302c to 328c/kg. Heavy cows lost 5c as they returned from 285c to 332c, with the lighter types making from 240c to 292c/kg. Bulls made from 252c to 285c/kg.



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About a girl... I was thinking today that girls have better songs than boys. Let me explain. Let me challenge you. What are the best song names including girls’ names? I’ll give you a little time to think. Go… Need a bit more time? No? You’re good? How’d you go? No doubt you came up with some lovely tunes. Let me see if you came up with any of the same ones as me. Try these. Number one. Jolene by Dolly Parton. This is an unsung hero of a song from the Dolly Parton catalogue. Dolly Parton is known a bit too much for what she looks like and the size of her lungs, if you know what I mean, and not enough for how talented she is musically. For country music from 1973 it still sounds pretty darn good forty eight years later.


How about Roxanne by the Police. Only five years after Jolene, but another song that’s aged well. Not so sure about the story of a man falling in love with a prostitute, although it was good enough for Pretty Woman…and most of the contestants on Love Island. Another one worth a mention is Come On Eileen by Dexys Midnight Runners. No idea what the lyrics are actually talking about with that whole toora loora rye ay nonsense. Obviously storytelling had gone down hill in the 80s but it’s a great tune. What about Proud Mary with the fabulous Tina Turner strutting around like she owns the world. Admittedly it’s a bit of a slow burn, but once it gets going it’s hard to stop. I challenge you to argue that it’s not a brilliant song. I just went and watched Tina perform it live on Youtube and let me tell you, that lady is an entertainer and can do

things a grandma shouldn’t be able to do. Check her out in the dance breaks. Did anyone think of Rod Stewart’s Maggie May? They sure were making some good songs back in the 70s and 80s. Again, Rod Stewart is another oldie who can still get it done. Let’s go a little more obscure; Run DMC’s 80s hip-hop banger Mary Mary. You might have to look this one up, especially if you’re born in the last thirty years. I might be safe on this one because I’m thinking that no-one under thirty reads my articles anyway. Even you folks under thirty are unlikely to know this one. Try not to focus on figuring out what buggin’ is and simply enjoy DJ Run scratching on the decks. While I think of it, there’s not enough scratching records as part of making music these days. Someone should really bring that back. I’ll give you one more obscure

one that’s a real favourite of mine. Kate by Ben Folds Five. I wasn’t going to say anything about this one, but I challenge you to find a weirder film clip. I really like this song but I’d honestly never watched the film clip until just then. Black Betty. Sadie the Cleaning Lady. Sweet Caroline. hiannon. Rosanna. Valerie. I could go on forever. Let me just remind you that the premise (very weak premise) of this article is that songs about women’s names are better than song’s about men’s names. So far I think I’ve established there are some pretty awesome songs featuring women’s names. But what about the songs with men’s names? I’ll give you a little time. Ready? What’s that? You need more time…okay. Still battling. Let me help, as best I can. I’ve got Jeremy by Pearl Jam. Anyone who knows this one knows it’s a powerful song with an

important message which is really very sad. Song number two is Eminem sampling Dido’s Thankyou in the song Stan. Eminem raps a lovely tale of an obsessed stalker who ends up killing his pregnant wife. That’s what I’ve got : two songs that end with the main protagonist dead in tragic circumstances. Songs about women are better. Who’d want to sing about men? Women are great and simply more worthy of songs. What would be the story of a song about a man? How they scratch themselves? How they never ask for directions? How they pull things apart and there’s always parts leftover when they put them back together? How they don’t really listen when women are telling them stories about their days? How they always hog the remote control? If you’ve seen a weirder film clip than Kate by Ben Folds Five, email me at




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A1 Distribution is a family-owned transport company in Mount Gambier that distributes time sensitive and general freight across the South East & Tatiara areas. Opportunity now exists within the Company for a highly motivated individual to join our Mount Gambier based team.


The College invites applications for the position of PE, Health and Outdoor Education teacher in our Middle and Senior Schools. The capacity to also teach some Middle School Mathematics would be an advantage but is not essential. Applicants must be supportive of the Christian ethos of the College and committed team players who are keen to contribute to the ongoing development of a busy and growing school. A willingness to play an active role in the school’s pastoral care and extra-curricular programs is essential. Applications from new graduates are welcomed. Conditions: A first aid qualification to the level of HLTAID005 – Provide First Aid in Remote Situations, would be desirable. This position is ongoing full-time, and will commence at the start of Term 3, 2021. Applications should be forwarded via email by 15 June 2021. Applications should include a cover letter briefly addressing the person specification and a resume, which includes the contact details of at least three referees (one of which must be your most recent Head of School). Further information and a position description can be found on the College website ( Enquiries to: Jason Plunkett Head of Teaching and Learning Ph: 08 8725 1430 Email:

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Maintenance Electrician N.F. McDonnell & Sons is a leader in the softwood timber industry providing quality products to both the domestic and export markets. Based in Mount Gambier and established in 1944 our company has always stayed true to its motto of “continual improvement is how we do business”. Our sawmill boasts the most state of the art equipment and technology for processing small diameter sawlogs in Australia. We are seeking an experienced Electrician to join the maintenance team of a successful and dynamic family-owned company. Offering an attractive $100,000+ wage package to the successful applicant who will provide necessary electrical trade skills to support production requirements through effective maintenance, including attending to breakdowns, actively monitoring production shift start-up and change-over, and carrying out planned, unplanned and project work as required. Essential Key Competencies and Selection Criteria: • Certificate III in Electrotechnology Electrician (or equivalent) • Current registration as Electrician with the Plumbers, Gas Fitters and Electricians Act (South Australia) • Hands-on experience in commercial or industrial maintenance • Commitment to improving maintenance processes and equipment reliability and having a sense of urgency when needed (e.g. breakdowns) • Effectively communicate – verbally and in writing • Proven ability to manage own time, work in with others and follow work schedules • Experienced with troubleshooting and fault finding Desirable: • Current high risk work licence • Automation (eg PLC, HMI, SCADA etc) controls and/or instrumentation experience • Timber industry or heavy engineering experience in maintenance and/or engineering construction Applications will be regarded as strictly confidential, a covering letter and resume should be emailed to and received no later than 5:00 pm Friday 18th June 2021.

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LOCAL SOUTH EAST DRIVER MR licence is essential Forklift and HR licence would be an advantage

The successful applicant will be responsible for completing a wide range of duties across the business including: • Loading and delivering freight within the South East Area • Providing Superior customer service • Working with MDT scanners & internal paperwork The successful applicant must possess the following skills: • Work well in high pressure situations • Ability to work without direct supervision • Be able to follow instructions & company procedures • Excellent numeracy and literacy skills • Good communication skills • Lateral thinker • Meticulous with paperwork • Flexibility to work within a changing environment • Must be fit, neat, tidy and have good personal hygiene • A positive working attitude • Ability to work in a team environment Application addressing the above should be forwarded by close of business 10th June 2021 to the Manager, A1 Distribution, 17 Fairlane Drive, Mt Gambier. SA 5290 or emailed to

HeadSpace Mount Gambier Intake Worker Uniting Communities is a leading, inclusive not-for profit community services organisation working alongside more than 74,000 South Australians each year as they strive for bright futures and great lives. Through the dedication of over 1,500 passionate staff and volunteers, we offer a range of services to support the needs of individuals and our community to reduce inequality, improve wellbeing, overcome disadvantage and support people to live the best lives they can. We offer services across a range of areas including mental health and counselling; residential and community aged care; housing crisis and emergency support; disability services; services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples; financial and legal support; drug and alcohol counselling; family relationships; and respite and carer support. Uniting Communities also operates a number of additional services and businesses including Goodwill, Lifeline Adelaide & U City. We value diversity and are committed to providing respectful, accessible services to all.

About the Role

This is an exciting time for headspace Mount Gambier and a great opportunity for you to be a part of a growing, dynamic and supportive team of professionals providing mental health support to young people between 12 and 25 years. This role is responsible for: • Developing and Implementing brief triage and walk-in clinics into the existing headspace service model • Conducting psychosocial assessments and plans for referral and treatment • participate in the access and intake system • Developing and implementing policies and procedures supporting the management of client service provision

About You

You will have demonstrated experience in mental health as well as: • Tertiary qualifications in health, behavioural/social sciences, community services or a related discipline • Excellent written and oral communication skills, a strong and ethical customer service approach • Ability to multitask across programs, assist in clients’ psychosocial functioning • Knowledge of the mental health system and primary care health system in Australia

About the Remuneration

The Salary range will be dependent on experience and/or qualifications. We provide generous salary packaging benefits that enable you to increase and maximise your take home salary. In addition, other available benefits include; paid maternity leave, early intervention Physio Program, and discounted private health insurance. Check out our benefits at

Your Application

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TRUCK SALES MANAGER About the Company With over 43 year’s industry experience, Barry Maney Group is a trusted and leading name in the Vehicle Sales & Service industry and the wider Limestone Coast community. In early 2019, BMG became part of the CMV Group of Companies, which has been operating for over 85 years in South Australia and Victoria, having a turnover in excess of $1 billion. BMG are authorized Dealers for iconic truck brands; Kenworth, DAF and Hino providing sales, service and quality parts to our valued Customers.


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The Role Due to leadership growth, a rare management opportunity has emerged for an experienced and highly motivated Truck Sales Manager. As the successful candidate, you will be a hands-on leader of this award winning, high performing sales team which is revered by the heavy vehicle industry. You will be charged with propelling this team into the future, whilst servicing our customers to the highest standard.


Key areas of responsibility: • Provide and support to the sales team to achieve targets Aboutdirection the Company • Identify objectives and strategies for salesBarry growth and Group marketing With over 43 year’s industry experience, Maney is a of all brands trusted and leading name in the Vehicle Sales & Service industry • Regularly review targets and results and implement and the wider Limestone Coast community. In earlyappropriate 2019, BMG action plans became part of the CMV Group of Companies, which has been • Manage vehicle inventory operating for over 85 years in South Australia and Victoria. BMG • Monitor work in progress and propose forecasts and budgets are authorized Dealers for iconic truckannual brands; Kenworth, DAF • Create andproviding develop strong workingand relationships withtorelevant and Hino sales, service quality parts our valued Franchisor representatives. Customers. • Manage key relationships with sub-dealers and key customers The Role • Develop new business opportunities in order to grow the business Here at direction BMG, we and believe that our success greatly sales depends • Provide support to ongoing sales team to achieve on our outstanding team and therefore, finding the next perfect fit objectives and targets for our team is vital. Weregular are seeking an energetic,tohighly motivated • Promote effective and communication encourage team person toand join our Truck Sales Pre-Delivery Team to champion the final cohesion to achieve desired outcomes presentation of new trucks being delivered to our Customers.

Requirements / skills • Industry experience is essential Be a part of the BMG team • 5+ years in aa person Sales Manager or similarabout managerial is essential You will be who is passionate the truckrole industry and • Ahas driven with adeveloped strong commitment to building a positive team usedleader their highly skills to provide an outstanding culture and standard of engagement work. You would possess an exceptional attention to detail, • High-level communication, written, and delegation proven time management skills, basiccollaboration auto accessory fitting skills, the ability to work unsupervised and a good level of physical fitness. skills Holding a valid licence is preferred. • Self-driven and truck results orientated with a keen appreciation of what it takes to drive and motivate a sales team. Benefits • Proven track record of leading teams and achieving budgets

Former Mount Gambier softballer Georgia Hood (second from left) has touched down in Tokyo to start the Aussie Spirit’s Olympic preparations in earnest as part of the 23 player squad.

Vintage performance in SECBL Men Bulldogs stamped their authority on the league in this contest. Both teams went in undefeated however it was Bulldogs who crushed the Saints with an offensive onslaught. The game was set up with a 9–0 run to begin and the Bulldogs never looked back, the ball movement and ability to find the open player had Saints continuously scrambling on defence. Young stars Josh Haggett and Harry Mules worked hard for the Saints and showed what bright futures they have, however they were no match for the experience of Simon Berkefeld (pictured) who led all scorers with 28 points. Bulldogs 110 (S Berkefeld 28, S Lock 22, M Black 19) d Saints 63 (J Haggett 17, H Mules 14) Both teams were searching for their first win in this contest and it would be Panthers that would get their season back on track with a 13 point win over the Roos. Last season’s grand final MVP Rob Hein controlled the boards and managed to lead the game in scoring with 22 points. Hein was well supported by former Roo Corey Barrett, who had 20 points of his own. Young gun Harry Wright worked hard for his 18 points and Roos stalwart Mark Bachmann had 20 points before fouling out. Panthers 83 (R Hein 22, C Barrett 20, O Thomson 17) d Roos 70 (M Bachmann 20, H Wright 18) Women The two Millicent sides clashed in this contest and it was the Cats who would come out on top. A three point lead to the Cats at the half had this contest shaping up to be a classic, however the Cats ramped up their defence and rebounding effort to extend their lead by three quarter time. Georgia and Alana Winter were working well on both ends of the floor combing for 43 points for Cats, while Poppy Venn had a night out for the Saints with 26 points. Cats ran out winners by 17 points. Cats 71 (G Winter 22, A Winter 21) d Saints 54 (P Venn 26, M Pulmer 11)

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As part of the CMV Group of companies, at BMG we are committed to

• Inter-company growth opportunities within multiple SA & Vic sites

We offer: • AIfgenerous remuneration you are passionate aboutpackage providing quality work and total Customer • Fully maintained company vehicle, phone and laptop care, then this may be the ideal job for you. Please forward your • Work with Australia’s market leading truck brand cover letter and resume to: • Corporate discounts on health and insurance programs • Annual functions and employee rewards Humanstaff Resources

Applications close 21/06/2021

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Benefits attracting the best talent. We offer: As part of the Groupmarket of companies, at BMG we are committed to • Work withCMV Australia’s leading truck brands attracting the best talent. on health and insurance programs • Corporate discounts

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Millicent netballer Lucy Denton has been elevated to vice captain of the South Australian 17 & Under State netball team as the talented utility continues to make her mark in elite company. The multi-premiership player at junior and senior level for the Saints, also has a swag of individual honours at association level, and this season she has showed her worth, moving from the mid court to goal shooter for Millicent, covering for injured team mate Tabatha Sanderson. The 2021 national championships will be held in Hobart from July 6-11.



Local flavour to historic victory



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Former Mount Gambier athletes Madisyn Freeman and Brooke Tonon are premiership players, having been part of Glenelg’s comfortable victory in the SANFLW grand final on Saturday. The Tigers won by 23 points in the clash with West Adelaide at Thebarton Oval. It was a fast start, scoring in the first 24 seconds, that set up the victory. Freeman had two kicks, five handballs, a mark adn two tackles, while Tonon, whose pace was a factor in the contest, finished with 10 kicks, four handballs, two marks and two tackles. It was a big week for Tonon (pictured inset), who was named in the SANFLW Team of the Year, one of three Glenelg players, at last week’s awards night. Lifestyle1 will feature the two players’ stories in next week’s issue.

McKechnie secures narrow victory A field of 29 ladies contested the June Monthly Medal Competition last Wednesday at Attamura in sunny, but cool conditions. With half the field scoring in the nett 70s, competition was strong but it was Betty McKechnie’s day when she returned to the clubhouse with nett 68 to take home the June Monthly Medal. Playing off a 27 handicap, McKechnie turned after nine holes with 49 before completing the back nine with 46 which included a birdie on the last hole. One shot further back was long hitter Heather Teakle who claimed the runner up prize finishing with 93 off the stick for nett 69. Di Norman played exactly to her handicap finishing with a nett 73 for third prize. The putting competition, sponsored by Janine Jenner, was won by Betty McKechnie, who had control of her putter with 29 putts while the pro shot was won by Bernie Jennings on the 8th hole. Big hitter Karen Forster won the 2nd shot in A grade on the 17th hole, Di Norman claimed the prize in B grade and Vicki Clark was successful in C grade for their second shot. Faye Mainwaring and Andrea Pegler, both nett 74, Carol Davis, nett 75 and Bev Pedlar, Di O’Donnell and Vicki Clark, all nett 76, claimed a ball in the run down competition. Saturday’s wintry conditions could only entice 11 ladies out to the course and the stroke round was won the by event sponsor, Marie Douglas, with nett 79. A par on the challenging twelfth hole was her highlight for the day. Runner up was Faye Mainwaring with nett 80. Di O’Donnell won the putting competition with 31 putts in somewhat difficult conditions. Ball run down winners were Helen McIntyre, Di O’Donnell, Penne Saffin, Bernie Jennings and Janina Morrison. Sharran Waters was the successful pro shot winner on the eighth hole. JUNE MOTNHLY MEDAL PODIUM: Third placed Di Norman, winner Betty McKechnie & runner up Heather Teakle.

Cream rises to the top In Round 6 of the Mount Gambier Table Tennis Autumn 2021 Season, the cream has started rising to the top as teams pass the halfway mark and start to eye off a finals berth. A Grade began with the Leigh Barry’s Assassins taking aim at Chander Jantosh’s Anything IDK. Barry comfortably disposed of Robin Pellen before Jantosh squared the ledger with a fourgame victory over Kevin Patzel. Assassins claimed the next four rubbers to take a commanding lead which Anything IDK were unable to recover from, Assassins ultimately prevailing 7 rubbers to 4. The second A grade match was a much tighter contest, little could separate Sweet & Sour Pork from their Moore Or Less adversaries. The ever- eliable Ben Newman and Scott Davies gave Moore Or Less the perfect start with victories in their respective opening rubbers, however momentum quickly swung Sweet & Sour Pork’s way, the mother and son duo of Sirinat and Travis Sweet producing strong performances to wrest control and steer their team to a 6-5 victory. B1 produced a massive boilover upset as Sarah Thomson and Rowan Hardcastle’s SRS outfit shocked and completely outplayed their usuallystrong McPheest opponents. Hardcastle opened with a strong win over Katrina McPhee before Thomson doubled her team’s advantage with a one-sided rout of Rhys Edwards. David Harris-Jones pulled one back for McPheest with a hard fought win over Rayelene Hutchesson, however his team had little else to celebrate as SRS coasted to 9-2 win. In the second B1 encounter, Warriors continued their fine form against Top Deck. Aaron McPhee was the standout performer for Warriors, maintaining a clean record in his singles rubbers, whilst for Top Deck Justin Hutchesson fought bravely but he had few winners supporting him. Warriors ran out 7-4 victors. Results were similar in B2 as Hardcore accounted for The Celtics 7-4 and ACL triumphed over Young And Old by the same margin. Celtics player Luke Bremner recorded a clean sheet on the night, whilst for ACL Corey Jeffrey also remained undefeated to guide his team to victory. In the first C-Grade match, Rollers stunned 3 Of A Kind to come away with a 6-5 victory, whilst The Outcasts prevailed against the Odd Bunch in a modified 2-on-2 encounter. 3 Of A Kind’s Campbell Fox again produced a valiant performance to record a clean sheet, but it wasn’t enough to get his team over the line. The Odd Bunch’s Tom “The Hammer” Horrigan also came away undefeated on the night, but his heroics also could not save his team from defeat, The Outcasts prevailing by 3 rubbers to 2 thanks to even contributions from Nat HarrisJones and Andrew Schubert. 3-rubber winners: • A Grade: Leigh Barry (Assassins) • B1 Grade: Sarah Thomson, Rowan Hardcastle (SRS), Aaron McPhee (Warriors) • B2 Grade: Luke Bremner (Celtics) Corey Jefferey (ACL) • C Grade: Campbell Fox (3 Of A Kind), Tom Horrigan (The Odd Bunch) TABLE TENNIS ACTION: Doug Megaw looks to play a backhand.

SAPSASA success for region

The Lower South East football team has taken out country division one at last week’s SAPSASA carnival and the Mid South East Year 7 netball team has taken out the division one title. FULL DETAILS IN NEXT WEEK’S LIFESTYLE1


Millicent’s 2-4-2 results



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Thirty players registered to play last week at the Millicent Bowls Club in the 2-4-2 game of 20 ends. Just before going out the heavens opened up, reminiscent of the previous week’s event, but this only lasted for a short time and the sun was out for most of the afternoon for a perfect day for bowls. The winning team this week was the team of David Botting and Iain Campbell take home the $30 prize pool with a score of 34+15. Runners up for the day, receiving the $5.00 bar voucher, was the team of Arthur O’Connell and Sarah Ross with a score of 33+17. Other winning teams for the day were Peter Dunnicliff, Carl Schapel 32+15, a triple of Graham Loveday, David Taylor and Neil Whelan 32+10, Sam Schofield, Bill Burdon 32+7 and Malcolm Wright, Peter Scanlon 32+1. A minute’s silence was also observed follolwing the news that former club president Lance Evans had passed away. He was president from 2008-2010. WINNING 2-4-2 COMBINATION: (Above top) Iain Campbell & David Botting RUNNER UP 2-4-2 COMBINATION: (Above bottom) Sarah Ross & Arthur O’Connell


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There have been plenty of individual accolades and premiership success for James ‘Floppy’ Varcoe and this weekend he celebrated 150 games as a Tiger. Starting in the Tantnaoola Football Club juniors, Varcoe was the club’s Junior Colts Runner Up Best and Fairest and Leading Goal Kicker. In 2004 he took home the Senior Colts Most Consistent and lso made his A gradedebut. In his first full season of seniors he was a member of the 2006 B Grade Premiership and was awarded the Best First Year Player. A brief stint away from the club and a serious leg injury saw a break in games for Varcoe but he has been lucky enough to play in three B grade Premierships, two as captain and vice captain from 2013 to 2016 and also a heartbreaking three point loss in the 2015 preliminary final. Varcoe took out B Grade Leading Goalkicker in 2018 and in 2019 he was B Grade coach and took home the Leading Goalkicker trophy for the second successive year.

Supported by wife Kristy and children Isla and Nate the Tantanoola Football Club would like to congratulate James on this long-awaited milestone and

hope the body has a few games left in it yet. PHOTO COURTESY OF ANGE OSBORNE

Victorian border issues put a stop to some local competitions Last weekend the OneFortyOne Mount Gambier Pioneers were part of the only NBL1 South fixture to play when they took on the two Tasmanian teams in the men’s and women’s competition and this weekend, with the exception of the Tasmanian derby, no games are going ahead. The Western Border League has also postponed its round nine action, after cancelling the Casterton Sandford v East Gambier clash in round eight. The round nine fixtures will be rescheduled for the end of the season pushing the finals series back a week, with the grand final now set for September 11. After postponing their football and netball competitions last weekend, the Kowree Naracoorte Tatiara returned to the oval and court at the weekend.

Josie Ashby on a roll at Blue Lake Golf Club Last Wednesday at the Blue Lake Golf Club the winter season arrived, although there was no rain it was bitterly cold, but that didn’t deter a good role up of 25 players to take on the second of five rounds of the short course yellow markers stableford competition that is proving to be very popular. With reduced golflink handicaps it still has its challenges but with preferred lies in place now the course is getting heavy underfoot, it is made a little easier to score well. The short course trophy sponsors, Grant and Dianne Perryman, will present the trophy at the end of year presentations to the winner with the best accumulated stableford score from the best four out of the five rounds. Competition day sponsors were Confession Coffee House, Sorrentos Café and Collins Court Butcher. Having a stellar few weeks in

a purple patch Division 1’s Josie Ashby is still on a roll carding 35 points with splits of 16 and 19. The front nine included a birdie fourpoints on the 3rd hole along with pars on the 6th and 9th. The back nine saw pars on the 10th, 11th, 13th and 18th and another birdie 4-points on the 14th hole. Carol Megaw was awarded second place scoring 33 points having a slow start on the front nine with 14 points making a

better show of it on the back nine with two pars and a birdie 4-points on the 18th. Third prize went to another regular winner, Bev Pascoe 32 points with splits, of 17 and 15. There were two very excited winner’s in the Division 2, one was the winner Lynette Hirth scoring 37 points with a massive 23 points on the front nine that included a birdie 4-points on the first hole but the back nine proved a bit

more challenging scoring only 14. Not taking any accolades away from second prize winner Lucy Richards who is often in the winners circle, it was a tight finish resulting in a countback from “new to golf” Gael Ford, both signing for 33 points, Ford having to settle for third as her first ever competition prize. Nearest to the pin second shot winner’s were Sue Agars (Div 1) and Vivienne Wilson (Div 2) on the par three second hole. The pro-shot on the downhill par three 5th hole was won by Lesley McPherson. This week will see the running of the third short course trophy. Competition sponsors will be Margaret Street Meats. SHORT COURSE STABLEFORD: Division One winner Josie Ashby, second placed Carol Megaw and third placed Bev Pascoe with Division Two winner Lynette Hirth, runner up Lucy Richards & new to golf Gael Ford, who finished third.

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A GRADE • Kalangadoo (J. Nunan, C. Pratt) d Glencoe JILL 0400 598 327 60DUNCAN 0407 722 983 ROSANGELA 0419 366 649 25 (L. Edwards, D. Jaeschke); Port MacDonnell 36 (L. McGregor, M. Amy) d Kongorong 20 (R. Buckingham, E. Lightbody); Mt Burr 46 (L. Baker, E. Clark) d Robe 33 (G. Perkins, S. Laurie); Hatherleigh 50 (M. Pulmer, S. Faulkner) d Tantanoola 45 (C. Walker, V. Lucas) A RESERVE • Kalangadoo45 (E, McDiarmid, K. Schultz) d Glencoe 30 (J. Gosden, T. Rothe); Port MacDonnell 45 (K. Smith) d Kongorong 36 (S. Lucas, R. Perry); Mt Burr 31 (F. McKenzie, A. Smith-Muhovics) d Robe 21 (J. Regnier, S. Haggett); Tantanoola 29 (G. Clarke, K. Widdison) d Hatherleigh 24 (D. Vanderhorst, L. Chant) B GRADE • Kalangadoo 44 (L. Williams, I. Giddings) d Glencoe 37 (S. McDonnell, S. Brierley); Port MacDonnell 57 (C. Merrett, K. Sneath) d Kongorong 35 (P. Beare, M. Pannenburg); Mt Burr 35 (B. SCanlon, K. Gamble) d Hatherleigh 28 (B, Edwards-Humphryson, M. Talbot); Tantanoola 34 (N. Rutkowski, K. Rowe) d Hatherleigh 31 (L. Buhlmann, N. Chambers) B RESERVE • Glencoe 49 (B. Liebich, A. Tweddle) d Kalangadoo 30 (R. May, I. Ryan); Port MacDonnell 54 (B. Wilson, M. Hann) d Kongorong 8 (M. Holmes, R. Baldwin); Mt Burr 48 (J. Brant, H. Fraser) d Robe 25 (A. Nunan, R. Maczkowiack); Hatherleigh 39 (I. Marshall, S. Bateman) d Tantsanoola 22 (K. Ballintyne, D. Egan) 17 & UNDER • Kalangadoo 47 (E. Mulraney, H. Watson) d Glencoe 21 (C. Oewn, L. Thorne); Port MacDonnell 31 (S. Collins, K. Sneath) d Kongorong 16 (T. Finnigan, I. Jenkin); Mt Burr 43 (J. Altschwager, K. Sharp) d Robe 28 (M. Wirth, S. Brooks); Hatherleigh 54 (E. Redden, J. Bellinger) d Tantanoola 13 (T. Rowe, H. Polakow) 15 & UNDER • Kalangadoo 58 (T. Lythgo, C. Peacock) d Glencoe 10 (C. Scott, Z. Johnston); Port MacDonnell 56 (B. McPherson, L. Wilson) d Kongorong 11 (S. Kemp, J. McKInnon); Mt Burr 66 (J. Bowering, O. Holland) d Robe 23 (G. Wirth, E. Dew); Hatherleigh 38 (B. Poulish) d Tantanoola 22 (E. Cytrowski, T. Walker) 13 & UNDER • Kalangadoo63 (M. Anderson, S. Russell) d Glencoe 14 (E. Porter, S. Hawke); Port MacDonnell 29 (I. Fulham, L. McPherson) d Kongorong 7 (R. Carrigan, H. Kent); Mt Burr 36 (K. Humphries, K. Wilson) d Robe 9 (M. Varga, H. Arend); Hatherleigh 39 (S. Barlow, L. Carruthers) d Tantanoola 2 (E. Gardin, Z. Reilly)

A GRADE Amazons 45 (Eykolina Benny, Kristie Pearson) d Vicis 39 (Eliza Harding, Hayley Meyer); Saints 29 (Rhiannon Christian, Annabelle Lockwood) lost to Intruders 48 (Lauren Cutting, Kate Bizko); Zodiacs 22 (Jocelyn Work, Sarah Werner) lost to Hobitz 90 (Katheryn Koslowicz, Lisa Rainey) A2 GRADE Zodiacs 21 (Alex Bailey, Kirra McKenny) lost to Hobitz 56 (Ieshia Goldsmith, Sari Mutton); Saints 25 (Jorja Mason, Kimmi Pratt) lost to Intruders 28 (Emily Leggett, Leanne Thomson) B1 GRADE Intruders Black 42 (Karen Lock, Diana Bradbury) d Amazons 17 (Christie Green, Nicolle Orr); Intruders Orange 28 ((Madeleine Fife, Sally-Anne Dean) lost to Hobitz Red 46 (Maddy Smith, Alicia Frankenburg); Hobitz Blue 42 (Lily Oakley, Emily Stockwell) d Zodiacs 19 (Tamara Ferguson, Kristy Male) B2 GRADE Zodiacs 44 (Mandy Hart, Stacey Miller) d Intruders 31 (Ella Riquier, Monique Hille); Saints 29 (Emma Chuck, Shai Vanderheyden) d Vicis 22 (Kate Eldridge, Ruby Black) 17 & UNDER Hobitz Blue 46 (Maddy Cowland, Sari Mutton) lost to Hobitz Red 27 (Lily Oakley, Emily Stockwell); Saints 34 (Giaan Ferguson, Mia PassauerJones) d Intruders 31 (Amy Papageorgios, Paige Hillier) 15 & UNDER Vicis 27 (Rachel Mitchell, Charlotte Dowdell) lost to Zodiacs Gold 30 (Ruby Slotegraaf, Sarah Miller); Intruders 39 (Harmony Kennett, Misty Taylor) lost to Saints 36 (Jessica Douglas, Georgia Little); Hobitz 11 (Matilda Moors, Lilly Day) lost to Zodiacs Blue 36 (Jessica Stutley, Aleisha Brook) 13 & UNDER A Hobitz 8 (Ayla Greene, Ashlyn Horn) lost to Zodiacs 21 (Sienna Copping, Portia Scanlon); Vicis 9 (Chloe Thompson, Mikailey Mashado) lost to Saints 21 (Claire Douglas, Kelsey Boneham) 13 & UNDER B Hobitz Red 3 (Ella Stewart, Jess Oxlade) lost to Hobitz Blue 13 (Laycee Gower, Imogen McLeod); Amazons 15 (Emma Johnson, Harper Malthouse) d Zodiacs 1 (Hannah Bailey, Piper Hood); Vicis 12 (Claudia Vorwerk, Stella Turley) lost to Intruders 20 (Neve Dycer, Alice Vanderlinde) GO Amazons 0 (Lylah Brodie, Ellie Harrop) lost to Zodiacs 25 (Zoe Little, Zoe Boyd); Hobitz Blue 4 (Matilda Spencer, Aggie Thomas) d Intruders 1 (Nyaima Goldsmith, Sarea Martin); Vicis 0 (Elise Virgo, Abby Cox) lost to Hobitz Red 11 (Addison Thompson, Lara Agostinelli) SET Saints 5 (Ella Harvey, Harrison Cram) d Vicis 0 (Willow Bowering, Ivy Levine); Zodiacs 4 (Stella Perry, Gracie Wingard) d Hobitz 1 (Peyton Wingard, Evie McFachern)

SENIORS Mundulla 6.3 8.8 12.14 17.16 (118) Penola 3.0 6.1 6.2 7.4 (46) Goals - Mundulla: D. King 3; J. McGrice, R. Tink, L. Wiese, D. Mosey 2; T. Perry, H. Dowling, W. Nankivell, J. Hinge, D. Ridgway, T. Gaden. Penola: A. Merrett 4; B. Summerhayes, T. Perry, T. Ballinger, D. Mosey, L. Duell. Best - Mundulla: D. King, J. Grosser, T. Perry, T. Ballinger, D. Mosey, L. Duell. Penola: S. Gartner, S, Merrett, L. Walker, H. Porter, B. Egan, S. Klemm. Bordertown 4.5 6.5 9.10 10.12 (72) Kybybolite 0.4 1.7 3.9 5.14 (44) Goals - Bordertown: C. McCarthy 3; B. Hayes 2; H. Fromm, J. Searle, T. Whittelsea, K. Cuthbertson, R. Tink. Kybybolite: B. Munn 2; T. Harris. W. Stewart, T. Taheny. Best - Bordertown: B. Hayes, B. Lodewyk, M. Leigh, C. McCarthy, H. Fromm, C. Diment. Kybybolite: C. Masters, S. Craig, T. Taheny, B. Castine, W. Russell, L. Cooper. Keith 4.3 7.8 9.9 11.14 (70) Lucindale 3.4 4.5 8.5 10.6 (66) Goals - Keith: A. Innes 4; B. Simounds 3; G. Johnson, A. Dunstan, G. Thring, J. Forrest. Lucindale: R. Milne 2; S. Logan, N. Clarke, N. Cane, S. Mardling, J. Watson. Best - Keith: G. Ryan, W. Schreiber, W. McMurray, S. McMurray, A. Innes, B. Simounds. Lucindale: No details available. Border Districts 2.1 4.4 8.4 11.4 (70) Naracoorte 3.4 4.5 8.5 10.6 (66) Goals - Border Districts: M. Coles 4; S. Mansell 2; G. Hampton, R, Oliver, Z. Edwards, F. Adams, J. Helyar. Naracoorte: R. Taggert 3; S. Willson 2; B. Nolan, J. Cother, T. Anderson, A. Slorach, F. Day. Best - Border Districts: F. Adams, M. Coles, Z. Edwards, R. Oliver, B. Denmead, M. Quinn. Naracoorte: J. Gregg, R. Taggert, J. Bettoncelli, S. Patterson, J. MacDonald, C. Gill. Padthaway 3.5 4.8 6.13 8.13 (61) Kingston 0.0 2.2 2.4 3.7 (25) Goals - Padthaway: J. Vandermeer 3; C. Marshall 2; N. McCarthy, T. Cox, M. Raitt. Kingston: C. Wood, T. Baker, J. Fisher. Best -Padthaway: A. Longbottom, L. Eats, T. Edwards, M. Raitt, N. McCarthy, D. Obst. Kingston: J. Wehl, J. Milligan, T. Rogers, T. Baker, B. Rogers, G. Brice-Marwood. RESERVES Mundulla 15.11 (101) d Penola 8.9 (57) Kybybolite 8.7 (55) d Bordertown 6.9 (45) Lucindale 8.12 (60) d Keith 2.3 (15) Naracorote 22.11 (143) d Border DFistricts 9.9 (63) Kingston 9.10 (64) d Padthaway 2.6 (18) SENIOR COLTS Penola 11.10 (76) d Mundulla 5.8 (38) Kybybolite 14.14 (98) d Bordertown 2.5 (17) Kieth 5.11 (41) d Padthaway/Lucindale 5.6 (36) JUNIOR COLTS Penola 6.5 (41) d Mundulla 4.5 (29) Bordertown 9.9 (63) d Kybybolite 1.9 (15) Naracorote 11.5 (71) d Border Districts 1.2 (8)





Mid South East Football

SENIORS Kalangadoo 4.6 10.9 14.13 19.19 (133) Glencoe 3.1 3.3 4.3 7.3 (45) Goals - Kalangadoo: M. Krieger 6; J. LaRocca, T, McManus 3; J. Searle, B. Mules 2; L. Jones, B. Gregory, B. Lindner. Glencoe: A. Hentschke 3; J. Edmonds 2; J. Blackwell, B. Hentschke. Best - Kalangadoo: T. McManus, J. Bannister, M. Fatchen, J. Searle, M. Krieger, L. Jones. Glencoe: J. Blackwell, P. Mitchell, D. Pfitzner, D. Paproth, C. Megaw, B. Glynn. Robe 3.1 6.4 6.10 10.12 (72) Mt Burr 4.3 4.6 8.6 10.8 (68) Goals - Robe: R. Dickinson 3; J. Sneath, B. Laurie 2; J. Jarrett, J. Kelly, A. Weir. Mt Burr: J. Gregory 6; N. Muhovics, K. Bevan, W. Bowering, B. Scott. Best - Robe: B. Laurie, J. Sneathm T. Wachtel, S. Huebner, K. Dunn, J. Jarrett. Mt Burr: J. Wachtel, J. Fiebig, J. Wallis, T. Stanley, J. Gregory, T. Allen. Hatherleigh 3.4 4.6 7.8 7.10 (52) Tantanoola 0.1 0.5 6.11 6.11 (47) Goals - Hatherleigh: J. Wight, L. Brown 2; J. Dowdy, J. Galpin, M. Telfer. Tantanoola: J. Dawe 2; B. reilly, J. Ryan, W. Scanlon. Best - Hatherleigh: J. Telfer, J. Galpin, J. Ferguson-Lane, J. Sullivan, W. Chay, C. Slape. Tantanoola: C. Oliver, J. Dawe, J. Hatt, A. Hunter, C. Kelly. Port MacDonnell 1.2 2.7 5.9 11.15 (81) Kongorong 2.4 2.4 4.8 5.8 (38) Goals - Pt Mac: D. Bromely 3; B. newton, M. Smith, K. Thomson 2; M. Stark. Kongorong: no details available. Best -Pt Mac: J. Schleter, M. Smith, L. Tilley, D. Bromley. Kongorong: No details available. RESERVES Kalangadoo 7.7 (49) d Glencoe 6.4 (40) Port MacDonnell 14.8 (92) d Kongorong 4.5 (29) Robe 15.10 (100) d Mt Burr 0.5 (5) Tantnaoola 10.9 (69) d Hatherleigh 5.3 (33) SENIOR COLTS Glencoe 23.19 (157) d Kalangadoo 3.4 (22) Kongorong 8.8 (56) d Port MacDonnell 1.7 (13) Robe 9.7 (61) d Mt Burr 2.1 (13) Tantanoola 7.10 (52) d Hatherleigh 2.5 (17) JUNIOR COLTS Glencoe 12.15 (87) d Kalangadoo 1.1 (7) Kongorong 11.12 (78) d Kongorong 0.1 (1) Robe 13.9 (87) d Mt Burr 2.4 (16) Hatherleigh 6.7 (43) d Tantanoola 1.3 ()

Indoor bowls results Kimberly-Clark Australia Pennants - Round 7 Moorak Red 64 d Saints 55, Commercial Club 58 d Mil Lel 51, Blue Lake Bowlers Blue 58 d Blue Lake Bowlers White 50, Wandilo Water Rats 63 d Yahl 44, Glenburnie 68 d Mt Gambier Bowls Club 37, RSL & District 74 d Moorak Blue 36, Kongorong 60 d Glencoe 46, Post-Tel Bye. Shield Qualification - Premiership Table after Round 7 Commercial Club 14 points, 165.63%; Post-Tel 12, 193.99; Wandilo Water Rats 12,160.98; Glenburnie 10, 133.93; Mil Lel 8, 134.96; RSL & District 6, 102.78; Mt Gambier Bowls Club 6, 101.29; Saints 6, 85.22; Blue Lake Bowlers Blue 6, 82.80; Moorak Red 6, 80.15; Moorak Blue 4, 72.25; Kongorong 4, 66.95; Glencoe 2, 77.06; Blue Lake Bowlers White 2, 66.91; Yahl 0, 72.90.

KNT Netball

A GRADE Penola 64 d Mundulla 43; Kybybolite 46 (E Ewer, G Sealey) d Bordertown 46 (M Jarrett, S Diment); Keith 47 (D Vankalken, S Ansell) d Lucindale 39 (N Smart, M Gear); Border Districts 44 (D Hannaford, E Hausler) d Naracoorte 34 (B Harris, S Henschke) A RESERVE Penola 52 d Mundulla 31; Kybybolite 53 (C Castine, C Bull) d Bordertown 51 (C Stott, A Fuentes); Keith 56 (A Schreiber, B Clark) d Lucindale 41 (J Earle, E Watters); Naracoorte 68 (L Henschke, T Kavanagh) d Border Districts 44 (E Pretlove, A Moud); Kingston 65 (C Rothall, G Exton) d Padthaway 26 (S Miles, C Wade) B GRADE Penola 59 d Mundulla 35; Kybybolite 39 (T Lidums, J Brewin) d Bordertown 30 (A Will, J Barton); Lucindale 44 (K Foreman, A Theron) d Keith 40 (L Dick, P Pado); Naracoorte 74 (C Burke, J Phillips) d Border Districts 26 (C McMahon, S Thomas) C GRADE Penola 44 d Mundulla 36; Kybybolite 45 (E Bell, F Russell) d Bordertown 32 (C Angel, C Twigden); Keith 38 (J Turnbull, M Richman) d Lucindale 27 (E De Jager, J Eastwood) ; Naracoorte 73 (M Riley, M Clark) d Border Districts 25 (M Vilde, R Pomery); Padthaway 37 (H Davey, M Dickenson) d Kingston 27 (B Lucas, N Banning) DIVISION ONE • Mundulla 44 d Penola 43; Kybybolite 55 (E Ewer, L Assen) d Bordertown 33 (C Twigden, M McFarlane); Keith 44 (M McAuley, T Donaldson) d Lucindale 17 (T Nicolle, T Ryan); Border Districts 56 (P MoyleRead, A Mahney) d Naracoorte 44 (M Walker, J Kavanagh) DIVISION TWO • Kybybolite 48 (T Garwood, I Watson) d Bordertown 7 (G Glynn, C Treloar); Naracoorte 41 (C Woolley) d Border Districts 24 (M Burke) 15 & UNDER Penola 49 d Mundulla 36; Kybybolite 40 (K Miller, A Tidy) d Bordertown 24 (S Barras, Z Faulds); Keith 51 (T Dick, P Rayson) d Lucindale 29 (S Edmonds, A Stock); Naracoorte 47 (E Modra, B Foster) d Border Districts 42 (L Pape, L Larder); Kingston 55 (A Mules, K Pilmore) d Padthaway 35 (A Frick, B Edwards) 13 & UNDER A Mundulla 40 d Penola 35; Bordertown 24 (A Meakins, M Richards) d Kybybolite 4 (T Garwood, A McKenzie); Keith 37 (I Smart, A McAuley) d Lucindale 17 (L Handbury, C Robinson); Border Districts 44 (G Mahney, I Mahney) d Naracoorte 29 (G Midwinter, L Pretlove); Kingston 26 (A Mules, P Stenner) d Padthaway 6 (S Cornish, D Bell) 13 & UNDER B Keith 22 (M Peek, E Lambert) d Lucindale 12 (M Hann, M Raedel); Border Districts 19 (C Boddington, S Koch) d Naracoorte 2 (P Ryan, S Clough)



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State title on the line

SEAC Park will be the place to be on this Long Weekend, on June 12 and 13, to see the top Autocross drivers competing for the State crown. Mount Gambier locals, Simon Feil, Nicholas Cagney, Dale Cagney, Damien Brand, John Whitehead and Paul Heenan, that have been at the top of their game in the past two rounds of the SEAC Super Series will be up to the challenge that is sure to come from the other South Australian Clubs the south. Southern Districts Car Club’s Michael Clements, Bradley Clements and the Admirral family have been to SEAC Park previously and gone home with the chocolates on more than one occasion, so the home ground advantage is not to be counted on for a win. Past outings have seen very quick times posted by six of the 4WD pilots and buggy exponents, closely followed by a handful of the 2 wheel drives, all capable of

the top post on offer for this State Championship. Saturday is the State Title event with action from 2pm until the final run, well into the evening, testing driver capability in both daylight and night time on what should be a fast track – depending on Mother Nature of course – that will certainly test all that the driver/car combination has to offer. Sunday is a full day of Autocross

in what was to be a multi-track series, held between SEAC and Walkerville Car Club. Round 1 is the SEAC Park event and will have the competitors from Saturday’s title event that wish to run another day mixing it with more “locals” in “non caged” vehicles, out for a skid. Starting at about 9am, the track will cop a hammering from an expected 60 car field all day.

After the action has ceased, SEAC Park will host a club dinner for competitors and officials, to thank all that have been involved in what should be a colossal weekend of motorsport action. COVID compliance will need to be adhered to, so if you have any symptoms, please stay home. Excellent viewing is available from the two viewing mounds inside the complex or pullup on

Double delight for Densleys

Megaw Road and watch the action from the comfort of your car. READY TO TAKE ON THE STATE: (Top row from left) Damien Brand, Nicholas Cagney, Ryan Poel and (bottom row from left) Bradley Harry & Dale Cagney. PHOTOS COURTESY OF DARREN ARCHIBALD (TURN8 PHOTOGRAPHY)

South Australian Sporting Clays Championships decided at Mount Gambier Gun Club The Mount Gambier Gun Club held the South Australian State Sporting Clays Championships competition at the end of last month in fine and sunny conditions with competitors coming from around the State . The competition was a 100 target event held over two sporting clay grounds which had been specially set up on Friday by some of the local top shooters of this type of event. The target flying patterns certainly tested the competitors reflexes and accuracy skills with some great scores being achieved. After a very competitive day Ken Atkin and Joe Densley both had scores of 94/100 and therefore a shoot off was needed to ascertain the overall winner of the competition. Joe Densley claimed victory with a score of 101/110 taking out the honors, Ken Atkin 94/100 won AA from Steven Scheidl 93/100, Andrew Hoare 90/100 just edged out Steve Zadow 89/100 to win A, Luke Higgins 86/100 won B from Peter Klieve 82/100, and Surasak Pienudomkijlert first

time for sporting competition with 79/100 won C from Simon Vaughan 73/100. Veteran Highgun Champion was won by Kevin Mules 88/100, Janette Densley 85/100 was the Ladies Highgun Champion and Declan Wright 87/100 was the SA State Junior Champion The team selected to represent South Australia in the Australian Sporting Nationals being held later

in the year were Joe Densley, Ken Atkin and Steven Scheidl with Timothy Widdison in reserve. The next competition for the club will be held this Saturday. ON TARGET: (Top row from left) State Sporting Clays Overall Champion Joe Densley; club president Andrew Hoare congratulates Junior Champion

Declan Wright; South Australian State Sporting Clays team - Joe Densley, Ken Atkin & Steven Scheidl; Ladies Champion Janette Densley with club president Andrew Hoare. MAKING THEIR MARK: (Bottom row from left) AA winner Ken Atkin (right) is congratulated on his victory by club president Andrew

Hoare; A winner Andrew Hoare (cente) with AA winner & sponsor Greg Kessegian; club president Andrew Hoare congratulates C winner Surasak Pienudomkijlert & Veteran Champion Kevin Mules is congratulated by club president Andrew Hoare.

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