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ISSUE 887 - Wednesday, June 23, 2021 | THE LIMESTONE COAST AND SOUTH WEST VICTORIA | 08 8724 7111 |







Patient care the top priority RFDS Mount Gambier Patient Transfer Facility officially opened on first year anniversary SEE INSIDE FOR FULL STORY

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Records tumble at historic auction Casterton Working Dog Auction eclipses sales records It was an historic Annual Working Dog Auction even before a dog went under the hammer and when the final lot was sold, there were records galore. Casterton Kelpie Muster organisers had to make the hard

call to cancel the 2021 festival only weeks out from the popular event but soldiered on with the working dog auction and what an auction it was. There was a new world record set for a kelpie, an auction record for a pup over three months and

long time supporter and breeder Joe Spicer (pictured) was the man who saw the total sales top the three million dollar makr with his dog Go Getta Vandal. See inside for full story



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“I am definitely competitive one hundred per cent my aim is to win.” That is a quote from Pete Loring in the lead up to last Saturday’s night’s Swinging with the Stars. He wanted that mirror ball trophy and at the end of the night, the glory was his as he combined to take out the 2021 gala fundraiser with dancing partner Paris Ackland. Even his facebook post in the week leading into to Saturday night’s performance, the coffee roaster and barista had victory in his sights. “Paris Ackland drew the short straw and was paired with me for Swinging with the Stars,” he wrote. “Her commitment to HYPE dance and her students is nothing short of amazing and it’s flowed into our dance partnership. I couldn’t have asked for a better partner; she’s competitive, driven, has endless patients (sic) and is just so much darn fun!! She’s trusted me with flipping her, throwing her around and dropping her to the floor but never loses composure. She’s believed in me from the beginning and has always encouraged me

to keep pushing and get better. I literally could not have done this without her. No one deserves to win this more than her, Paris, thank you.” Of course, the real winner from the major fundraiser is the Stand Like Stone Foundation and in 2021, $108,000 was added to the foundation’s coffers courtesy of the fundraising efforts of each of the eight stars. Penola Coonawarra Sub Fund entrant Kate Palm might not have been the dancing queen but she was the queen of the fundraising, taking out the people’s Choice Award for the most money raised by an individual entrant. Kate’s efforts very much a team effort, as she acknowledged in the lead up to the event, once her fundraising events had finished and she was looking to focus on those four dances. “The fundraising has been incredible,” she said. “The generosity of our community has been overwhelming. Don’t get me wrong, it’s a huge job in amongst learning all of the dancing but I have been lucky enough to have

a group of very supportive people behind me helping make it all happen. I am extremely proud of how much we have raised.” Given the 2020 event was cancelled, to have The Barn filled with supporters there to cheer on their favourite star and to have more than $100,000 added to the foundation’s bank account – money that is then filtered through the community for various local groups and projects – was a great reward for the Stand Like Stone Foundation and event organisers. The other stars were Bryce Smith, Stephen Holmes, Caroline Barr, Marian Hodson, Macey Humphries and 2020 Streaming with the Stars winner Randall Jones. It was a reimagined version of the gala fundraiser last year– where anyone from the public had their chance to submit a video doing the jive – and Randall emerged the Judges Award winner but the Port MacDonnell favourite was unable to take his virtual victory into the real world. CONT. OPP. PAGE

SWINGING WITH THE STARS: (Above main) - the 2021 Swinging with the Stars cast celebrate another successul event; (top left) - 2021 winner pete Loring & his dancing partner Paris Ackland in action; (centre left) Pete Loring gets his hands on that mirror ball trophy and celebrates with dance partner Paris Ackland; (bottom far left) People’s Choice winner Kate Palm with dance partner Lewis Riley, who was competing at his first Swinging with the Stars and (bottom right) 2020 Streaming with the Stars winner Randall Jones with dancer partner Alex Williams

FROM OPP. PAGE “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. I didn’t really know anything about the foundation to be honest but each year another 50 people learn more about it and get educated about it and that helps. 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 was probably more out of my comfort zone than the dancing but people were happy to help, whether it was money, other donations or just giving their time – you just have to have enough front to approach them.” DONE AND DUSTED FOR ANOTHER YEARS: (Above top left) Macey Humphries is all smiles as she jives with dance partner Jayden Green; (above top right) the 2021 stars getting the job done in hip hop; (above bottom right) 2021 Swinging with the Stars winner Pete Loring celebrating his win with wife Simone Loring; (above bottom far right) Caroline Barr, who set up a new animal welfare focussed sub fund in 2020, is pretty in pink as she hits the dancefloor and (below) Stephen Holmes is a picture of concentration. He was representing the other newly established sub fund established in his father, Barrie Holmes’ honour.



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Making winter warmer Tenison Woods College students donate money & goods to local Vinnies Winter Appeal It was all about Vinnies at Tenison Woods College last week as the school community banded together to make their annual contribution to the Vinnies Winter Appeal. It was a whole of school community project as each year level got to work on ensuring the local Vinnies and Foodbank had extra supplied this winter. Last Thursday was the major fundraiser as students shrugged off their usual pristine school unfirms to dress in their casual best, while staff raided the local Vinnies op shop to find an outfit for the day and in the end, the casual day netted more than $1500, while a Middle School Book Sale in the library also brought in almost $600. The school had also placed a focus on collecting donations of winter woollies and non-perishable food items and they were also handed over to the local charity. Early Learning children and Junior School students donated brand new beanies, socks, gloves, scarves or an item of canned food, while Middle and Senior School students

donated canned food, with the Year 12 cohort then assisting with the delivery all food items to the Vinnies and Foodbank sites, which included 1200 canned goods and 100 boxes of cereal. The Year 6 student leaders presented Mount Gambier Vinnies president Jeanette Elliott (pictured above) with the many beanies, gloves, socks and scarves that students and staff had generously donated. Vinnies provides emergency relief to people at risk and experiencing homelessness in our community and Tenison Woods College students, families and staff were pleased to be able to make a difference to the lives of many this winter.

HAPPY TO LEND A HELPING HAND: (Above left) Some of the Tenison Woods College junior school students showing how proud they are of the ‘Head, Hearts and Hands’ donations that were generously given by families of the college for the Vinnies Winter Appeal & (above right) Nehema Alpha at the book sale.

IED HAVE YOU TR L .. . A JENS HOTE EMERGENCY RELIEF FOOD DONATIONS: (Above left) Year 12 students Lachlan Clements, Elyse Willoughby, Jemma Skeer & Cahill McIntyre donating cans to Foodbank Mount Gambier and (above right) Reception student, Lenny Mulraney, donating his Can for a Cause.

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The power, the glory and the guts of dad dancing. We love a good dad boogie, we may even have busted the parental dance floor moves ourselves at some point. It’s freeing, it’s fun, it’s fantastic. Dance Makers Collective have discovered a secret underworld of Dad dancing, and to create their new show DADS they’ve called in the experts, their Dads. Interviewing and dancing with their Dads revealed secret headphone and tambourine routines, African Dance lovers, 1960s garage party dancing and so much more. Dads from the South East are invited on stage at the Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre to bust their moves as part of Dance Makers Collective dance performance with a big heart – DADS on July 24, 7pm. Dads, grandads and their children or grandchildren (all participants must be 15+) can

volunteer to be a part of DADS on stage at the Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre. Volunteers will need to attend a two hour workshop to have a dance and learn the ropes with Dance Makers Collective, followed by a quick run in the theatre an hour before the show, and during the show they will perform their greatest Dad moves! Dance Makers Collective have taken inspiration from their family histories, memories of dance, and their own experience of being professional dancers. They are calling for local Dads to make DADS an unforgettable experience. Want to boogie on stage as part of DADS or dob in your dad? Contact Anya for more information on You don’t need to be a professional dancer to participate, just a great attitude and be ready to reveal your best moves.

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cancer treatment since its launch in Sydney in 1990. The workshops cover skin care techniques to alleviate symptoms including dryness and sallowness; makeup tips to help patients deal with concealing redness and drawing on eyebrows; and advice on headwear including scarf styling and wig selection, helping participants face their cancer diagnosis with confidence. At each workshop, participants receive a Confidence Kit full of

skincare and make-up products to use as tools for application throughout the workshop, while benefitting from the opportunity to meet others in a similar situation. Through these workshops, friendships and additional support networks are formed that can help during diagnosis and treatment. With no government funding, it is the generosity of the community through financial contributions, product donations and time that allows for the service to be

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Patient care the top priority RFDS Mount Gambier Patient Transfer Facility officially opened on first year anniversary You have a serious medical condition and doctors come into your hospital room to let you know you need to be airlifted to Adelaide – the Royal Flying Doctor Service (RFDS) is on its way. You are transferred to the Mount Gambier Regional Airport. It is wet and cold and you patiently wait on the tarmac until your flight arrives. You are anxious about what lies ahead and uncomfortable thanks to being out in the elements. If you haven’t lived it you probably never considered that part of the journey but fortunately the Mount Gambier RFDS Support Group did and around two and a half years ago they started plotting, planning and fundraising to provide this region’s patients with a state-of-the-art facility. It is a climate-controlled and medically-equipped area to

stabilise critical patients prior to flight, a generous hangar space to park aircraft, to load and unload patients during times of extreme weather and a dedicated and secure garage to house an SA Ambulance Service (SAAS) vehicle to remain on standby for arriving RFDS and SAAS MedSTAR retrieval teams to drive without delay into Mount Gambier Hospital. The Mount Gambier Patient Transfer Facility was officially opened earlier this month – a year after it started operations and the local support group is still on the fundraising campaign to continue to improve the facility to ensure patient care is paramount. Around 180 people attended the official opening with Mount Gambier RFDS Support Group president Bill Russon saying it was a proud day for the group. “It wasn’t great weather on the

day either so it was perfect for showing all the officials exactly why we needed the facility for this region,” Bill said. A RFDS flight was also called upon in the morning just as the RFDS officials arrived so the value of the service to this region was on full display. The Mount Gambier RFDS Support Group president said

corporate support, especially the Barry Maney Group and Bendigo Bank, had been critical in helping fund the vital project, as was the donations from energy providers Origin, Beach Energy and SA Power Networks. The Scott Group was also one of the major donors. The $400,000 facility – this first in South Australia - not only relied

on the generosity of its corporate partners but also the generosity of the community and hard work of the volunteers from the Mount Gambier RFDS Support Group. “The whole project was selffunded and we are very proud of that,” Bill said. “We had so much support whether it was cash or in kind.” The support group president is also proud of the collaborative nature of the project with the SA Ambulance, Mount Gambier Hospital and Mount Gambier Regional Airport combining forces to achieve their mutual goal. “It was important this project included everyone in the chain,” he said. There are plenty of stories about individuals and small groups that also gave what they could to fund the newly opened project and the story of Fred Bresolin is one of those stories. It was 1988 and the 43 year old was not working at the time when he decided to embark on the almost 500 kilometre pilgrimage from Mount Gambier to Adelaide, prompted by his own personal experience. “My auntie had a brain aneurysm and as soon as they realised it, they flew her to Adelaide straight away,” Fred’s widow Luigina Bresolin said, as the family reflected on the third anniversary of Fred’s passing last year. CONT. OPP. PAGE MOUNT GAMBIER PATIENT TRANSFER FACILITY: (Above top) RFDS officials and stakeholders at the official opening of the new facility. PERSONAL STORIES SPARK GENEROUS DONATIONS: (Above bottom left) Association of Italian and Australian Pensioners and Elderly officials and Luiguna Bresolin hand over thier donation to Bill Russon and (above bottom right) RFDS Mount Gambier Support Group David Douglas (secretary); Ann Saunders (treasurer) and Bill Russon (president) gratefully accept the donation from Karen Petersen (second from left) with proceeds from her Girls Night In online auction.

FROM OPP. PAGE Luigina was by Fred’s side every step of the way as he prepared for the Mount Gambier to Adelaide trek. Fred would walk to Port MacDonnell and Millicent as training for the experience, and then Luigina would join him as the couple doorknocked for donations. “After what happened with my auntie, Fred just thought there had to be something he could do to raise money for the RFDS,” Luigina said. “He got in touch with Robert Ryan and that’s where the idea of the walk came. He had never done anything like that before but he was determined to help.” The couple were overwhelmed by the generosity of the South East community and as Fred set off on his 16 day journey, he had raised an astonishing $23,000 – a figure matched by the State Government in the wake of the remarkable solo effort. The Bresolin family’s association with the RFDS did not stop with Fred’s charity feat – he ended up becoming a RFDS patient, as did Luigina’s mother. The charity walk

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also sparked the establishment of the Mount Gambier RFDS Support Group, with both Fred and Luigina spending time on the committee, with Luigina doing a stint as treasurer. The couple also was prominent in the Association of Italian and Australian Pensioners and Elderly, with Fred serving as president, and it is through that association that a donation was made to the RFDS last week. A $2000 cheque was passed on to the Mount Gambier RFDS Support Group in memory of Fred and his long standing and passionate support of the life saving service and they went towards the fundraising efforts for the Mount Gambier RFDS Patient Transfer Facility. Karen Petersen is another long time RFDS supporter, who also has played her part in fundraising for the new facility. For 13 consecutive years Karen Petersen hosted a Girls Night In event to raise money for the Cancer Council where more than 30 of her closest friends and family

gathered at her home for an afternoon of fun and fundraising, from fashion parades to auctions, and all against the backdrop of food, wine and a lot of laughs, but COVID made the 2020 event impossible to host. Not one to shy away from a challenge, Karen still wanted to raise money in 2020, and so she set up an online auction, courtesy of the generosity of friends, family and local business. “Once I had all the donated items we set up the online auction and it was a case of let the bidding wars begin,” Karen said. The end result was a $1500 cheque being handed over the Royal Flying Doctor Service Mount Gambier Support Group after Karen lost her father Murray Burley last year – that donation was also part of the patient transfer facility funding. “Dad used the RFDS three times and I just know it is so important that Mount Gambier has this service,” she said. “Everyone’s family needs it, as we all get older there is always going to be

someone in your life who needs to go to Adelaide for treatment.” Her husband John also had to utilise the service in 2009 and Karen accompanied him in the RFDS plane so she’s had a front row seat to just how the service operates and how critical it is. “We just have to make sure it is always available in Mount Gambier,” she said. RFDS Mount Gambier Support Group president Bill Russon was more than happy to accept the generous donation. “This is how we receive a lot of donations, from small groups, families or individuals that have been touched by the RFDS and want to give back,” he said. “We have had huge support for the

Patient Transfer facility and it has been a mixture of large corporate donations to the smaller donations from people with a personal story to share.” CELEBRATGING THE OFFICIAL OPENING: (Above left) Mount gambier RFDS Support Group president Bill Russon with RFDS Central Operations Chairman Peter de Cure and RFDS Central Operations Chief Executive Tony Vaughan for the cake cutting duties. FUNDRAISING SUPPORT: (Above right) Fred Bresolin walking into Millicent while on his 1988 RFDS fundraising walk.

THE RFDS IN THE SOUTH EAST OVER THE PAST 12 MONTHS: • airlifted someone from this facility on 308 of the 365 days; • conducted a total of 586 flights to this aerodrome, and; • in partnership with SA Ambulance and SAAS MedSTAR – provided the finest care to 740 local patients (including 100 critical/life-threatening cases)

Historic auction sees the records tumble Casterton Working Dog Auction eclipses sales records at first ever online auction

It was an historic Annual Working Dog Auction even before a dog went under the hammer and when

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organisers had to make the hard call to cancel the 2021 festival only weeks out from the popular

event but soldiered on with the working dog auction and what an auction it was – making history as the first ever fully online working dog auction for the Casterton event and the second ever run by AuctionsPlus. A new world record was set when Eulooka Hoover, a two year and 4-month-old male red and tan Kelpie from Edenhope sold for a national record of $35,200, as 12 bidders, placing 277 bids vied for the clearly, highly rated dog. The previous record was set at the Jerilderie Working Dog Auction in 2019, when a working dog sold for $25,000. The previous record at the Casterton event was $22,200. And the records did not stop there with the $9050 price tag for a kelpie pup over three months also setting a new sale record. That was also a record not just eclipsed but smashed, topping the previous mark of $2800. Long time auction supporter and respected kelpie breeder and trainer Joe Spicer somewhat fittingly was the man at the dais



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with his dog Go Getta Vandal when the Working Dog Auction passed the three million dollar mark. The auction also saw a new record average price for a working dog – the new mark being $7753. The figures from the 25th Anniversary Working Dog Auction are a strong indication of just how far the auction has come from the inaugural sale, out the back of a ute, at the Casterton Saleyards, where $6000 was the total turnover and unsold pups were just given away. Casterton Kelpie Association president Karen Stephens said it was an incredible result given the online auction was a first for the event in its 25 years. “We really didn’t know how the online platform would go,” Mrs Stephens said. “But the results have simply been amazing with over 2800 online bids throughout the auction and 28,650 views of the catalogue in the two weeks leading up to auction day.” The auction transacted a total of $298,000 across the 51 lots on offer, with 39 lots selling across an auction where 122 online bidders were active across the sale, with 38 of those walking away with a dog. In the final hours of the auction, more than 300 users were connected, which is comparable with AuctionsPlus’ weekly sheep and cattle sales. The strong bidding activity saw the auction stay open for an extended one and 40 minutes. The auction ran for 10 days, starting on Friday, June 4 and Hoover’s new owner David Lee was happy with the new format as he takes his Edenhope bred dog back to North Eastern Victoria to join a team of 12 dogs. Organisers do feel still holding the online auction has continued to keep Casterton front of mind as the Birthplace of the Kelpie and hopes are high a comprehensive 25 years celebration for the festival can be held in 2022, as well as another record breaking auction. TOP PRICED DOG: (Above left) Top priced dog Hoover (left) with new owners David & Sarah Lee with their childnre Ivy & Tommy and (above right) Joe Spicer’s Go Getta Vandal was the dog that tipped the auction’s sales over the three million dollar mark.

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The curtain was all but set to raise on the 2021 season of the Limestone Coast Symphony Orchestra but for the second successive season, the popular, locally trained orchestra will not end up centre stage with border restrictions adversely affecting their final rehearsal schedule to the point where the usual high quality performance was just not possible. Orchestra conductor Angus Christie is based in Hamilton and to not have him at their disposal for lead in rehearsals has been a bridge too far. To wind up the 2021 season, a last rehearsal under the baton of deputy conductor Jarrod Harrison will be held with plans to record a video of several songs from the program, including Warrnambool’s Ken Stott’s composition, and then uploading those performances online at the orchestra website. For sisters Angelica and Tiana Pietrafesa it is a disappointing but understandable decision. Both violinists, who started lessons in primary school, and continued plying their craft throughout high school and as part of small ensembles playing ay weddings

and community events, before the opportunity, through their string teacher Jennie Matthews, came to be part of the Limestone Coast Symphony Orchestra. “In year 11, I had the opportunity to be a part of the Limestone Coast Symphony Orchestra in its first year,” Tiana said. “I loved the experience so much, being able to do what I enjoy and meet new people of all ages and talent. I was eager to continue performing in years to come whilst completing my Early Childhood Degree, playing sport and working. Well into my adulthood, I have continued to be a member of the LCSO and want to encourage all younger players, whatever you might play, to join this fantastic experience.” The orchestra was established in 2013. There was a blueprint for a community based symphony orchestra and the Limestone Coast Symphony Orchestra is a merger of that blueprint and its own ideas and skill set. It only took two seasons for its founders to realise the project is an unequivocal success. The blueprint was the Hamilton Symphony Orchestra, which celebrated a

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decade of entertaining South West Victoria in 2014, and their chief - conductor Angus Christie - has been an integral part of the development of the Limestone Coast incarnation. Long serving local string teacher Jennie Matthews, her husband Tom Dermody and a former student John Pratt, had been exposed to the Hamilton orchestra and the trio was keen to provide a similar opportunity for Limestone Coast musicians. Much like Hamilton, once you leave school, there are limited, if any, outlets to continue your music development and appreciation. The project started to grow legs when a locally based conducting workshop was offered in 2012 and Angus was one of the mentors. “We were short of conductors here,” Jennie Matthews said. “The city band had a conductor at the point of retirement and there wasn’t really anyone else so we saw it as an area of real need.” After that workshop, it was felt a follow up session would be beneficial and Angus, living so close in Hamilton, was the logical choice. Almost in the blink of an eye, that follow up workshop became a push for a Limestone Coast Symphony Orchestra along the lines of the Hamilton version. It would require a school term of commitment, 10 rehearsals, and then a public concert. And it meant securing the right balance

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untry people co e lik le op pe y tr un co k in “. .. I th and that’s the way we will fill theatres...” of players to fill the roles every symphony orchestra needs. “I taught in nine different schools right across this region so I had contacts – not many people get under my radar,” Jennie said. “I knew all the string people and we put out an invitation for people interested in being a part of it.” Organisers were overwhelmed by the response. “That first year we had 60 players – they came rolling in, it was amazing,” she said. They were also fortunate that for the most part, they got the balance they needed as well. “You can’t have a symphony with four violinists and hundreds of brass players,” Jennie said. But with 25 string players putting their hands up and the ability to access the Generations in Jazz Academy and Mount Gambier City Band, which provided 15 players for season one alone, things started to fall into place. Add to that, players from Naracoorte, Penola and Millicent, and Jennie’s contacts and the Limestone Symphony Orchestra took shape. “It all just magically fell into place,” Jennie said. The orchestra was also boosted

by some incredible local talent – some that has been here for years and some that has recently arrived for employment reasons. Tom Hart, a teacher at Mount Gambier High School but, arguably more importantly, an Elder Conservatorium trained percussionist. His girlfriend was also a welcome addition to the orchestra. Then there was the homegrown talent – Millicent violinst Cathy Foster – who plied her trade as a youngster under the tutelage of Judy Cooper. She played with the SA Youth Orchestra, completed a Bachelor of Music and was the logical choice for concertmaster. Cellist Robyn Murcott was another orchestral professional adding her expertise to the community orchestra – she played with the Queensland Symphony Orchestra and its chamber orchestra, the Camerata of St John’s. And then there was Virginia Weekes, a professional violinist with experience in Sydney Opera House orchestras for opera and ballet, as well as the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra. Having Angus at the helm was also critical in creating and locking in the performance program and planning the one off concert. “Angus advised a Sunday afternoon concert appeared to work best, as it suited those who would enjoy an orchestral concert and also didn’t clash with sporting commitments,” Jennie said. “He was definitely right.” She admitted, they knew little of theatre expenses and were just relieved they filled the Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre – the standing ovation was a bonus, a sign the effort had been worthwhile and a sign the orchestra could well be here to stay. The program mix of baroque and classical favourites and contemporary arrangements

followed the lead of Hamilton and after two seasons, seemed a winning formula. Adding a second concert in 2014 to add Naracoorte to the “tour” schedule was an innovationthat became a fixture in the tour schedule. “It was important for two reasons,” Jennie said. “To allow people from the rest of the region to enjoy the orchestra but also financially it does help.” The inaugural Naracoorte Town Hall concert was a sell out and a standing ovation. As with most community based projects, money would always be the challenge and Jennie Matthews, whose husband Tom Dermody handles the orchestra’s finances, was looking to find a major sponsor for the orchestra to alleviate some of that financial pressure. In its inaugural year, a Country Arts SA grant, city council funding and a Stand Like Stone Foundation donation allowed the dream to become a reality but new solutions have had to continually be sourced. Paying Angus, who has been generously working at mate’s rates, purchasing instruments, marketing and publicity all cost money and that remains a challenge. The enthusiasm of Angus and artistic director Jennie Matthews and the Limestone Coast Orchestra players, a group that swelled to 70 in the second season, and everyone is now jest keen to get an eighth season completed after 2020 and 2021 proved somewhat of a bust. The generosity of the Mount Gambier City Band cannot be underestimated in the scheme of things, allowing the orchestra to rehearse at its purpose built hall – there is nowhere else the orchestra could access that many chairs, music stands and the appropriate space. And the band’s secretary Craig Wood, also access a National Volunteers Grant to ensure they could purchase the extra seating and stands. “It was all so serendipitous,” Jennie said. Access to the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra’s library in a 2014 brokered deal also helped immeasurably with costs. The regionwide appeal of the orchestra sees a good injection of players from outside Mount Gambier – with players from Mumbannar, Naracoorte, Penola and Millicent over the journey, with specialist holes sometimes plugged by Warrnambool and Hamilton

musicians. And while there are music teachers in the Limestone Coast Symphony Orchestra, it has certainly been an eclectic mix including a farmer, a car salesman, a bus driver, a stock agent, forestry worker and a swag of school students. Hopes are high, the 2022 season will return to as normal transmission as possible, including the popular gala performances. The orchestra normally rehearses during Term 2 of the school year with a concert at the end of June. It comprises strings, brass, woodwind and percussion sections. Musicians of all ages who are interested in playing can contact the orchestra at enquiries@lcso. String players are especially encouraged as the string section is the very core of an orchestra. LOOKING TO 2022: (Above top right) Sisters & violinists Angelica and Tiana Pietrafesa

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School students enjoy a career smorgasbord Year 9 students starting contemplating careers

Career opportunities are indicated. More material gain. Love could bring the unusual or exotic. Now is the right time to go after things you really want.


(May 21- June 21) Lucky Colour: Silver Racing Numbers: 6-3-4-6 Lucky Day: Saturday Lotto Numbers: 3-5-45-13-39-40 Many could become involved in a more intense relationship. Be very discreet about the company you keep. Your fate is in your own hands so make the most of it.


(June 22- July 22) Lucky Colour: Orange Racing Numbers: 7-3-1-5 Lucky Day: Tuesday Lotto Numbers: 6-12-24-34-45-11

Most of your problems will find solutions. More choice than usual to improve finances. Most tend to take a more dominant role in their love life.


(July 23- August 22) Lucky Colour: Green Racing Numbers: 9-7-6-4 Lucky Day: Monday Lotto Numbers: 9-4-5-45-33-21

Money could be easier to obtain. More choice than usual to gain fulfilment of your desires. Some will be able to get rid of the obstacles in their path.


(August 23- September 23) Lucky Colour: Lilac Racing Numbers: 6-7-3-4 Lucky Day: Monday Lotto Numbers: 2-13-24-34-41-11 Family get togethers should be happy and spring a few surprises. Financial problems start to improve. More opportunities for growth and a more active love life.


(September 24- October 23) Lucky Colour: Cream Racing Numbers: 8-9-5-4 Lucky Day: Wednesday Lotto Numbers: -14-23-34-42-33

Career luck is on its way and something you thought to be out of reach could be on offer. Past loves could return unexpectedly and family reasons to celebrate are likely.


(October 24- November 22) Lucky Colour: Violet Racing Numbers: 2-4-3-7 Lucky Day: Tuesday Lotto Numbers: 2-4-12-23-31-22 Travelling doesn’t seem to be a good idea just now, those that insist on their own way could become unstuck in their romantic affairs. Switch on the charm and you will overcome the obstacles.


Lucky Colour: Green Lucky Day: Monday

(November 23- December 20) Racing Numbers: 8-9-3-4 Lotto Numbers: 5-12-23-34-45

Opposition to your love affairs could take you by surprise, charm will go a long way to solving your problems. Financial gain can come through the efforts of another.


(December 21- January 19) Lucky Colour: Blue Racing Numbers: 8-4-5-6 Lucky Day: Tuesday Lotto Numbers: 1-13-24-34-42-22 Many could become the centre of a romantic affairs with a very attractive someone. Your animal magnetism could be working overtime and there could be some interesting propositions coming your way.


(January 20- February 19) Lucky Colour: Red Racing Numbers: 4-5-6-2 Lucky Day: Friday Lotto Numbers: 1-3-12-24-34-45 Future plans could depend on events taking place at a distance. A good time to mix business with pleasure with lucky results. An offer to involve you in a money making venture could be the chance of lifetime.


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There are so many options when high school students start thinking about where to after they finish school and that’s why Mount Gambier High School vocational pathways coordinator Eluisa Crispino put together a comprehensive program to allow students to hear from a variety of industry representatives as they start contemplating life after school. The Career Exploration Day, held at the beginning of this month, is replicated across the region’s high schools as those industry representatives facilitate Q & A panels, presentations and workshops to showcase the many career pathways available in the Limestone Coast. The one day event boasted a jam packed program, starting with the Regional Development Board’s Lance Pedlow, with a presentation about jobs in the area and career pathways currently trending. It was then off to a range of industry specific practical workshops and information sessions held by industry professionals such as Senior Constable, Jade Hill (Police),Madeleine Brookes (Tourism and Events), Luke Norman (Plumbing), Sergio Crispino (Electrical), Scott Cram (Primary Industry), Ashlee Kalantarian (Creative Design) and Don Pratt (Hospitality). A number of students also travelled off site during the day to experience workshops at Carlin and Gazzard, TAFE SA Automotive and The Bay Pizzeria. Employability and enterprise skills were highlighted by all presenters with common understanding that communication, literacy and numeracy, are essential in any career pathway. “Mount Gambier High School is appreciative of the time that each of the industry representatives spent contributing to the day,” Ms Crispino said. “It was a unique opportunity for our students to learn more about their strengths and abilities, while exploring potential career options – giving them the confidence to start

taking control of their future. As we look forward to 2022, students will have options of selecting Flexible Industry Pathways which will offer more industry tours, emersions and explorations as part their continuing education. Having a chance to get up close and personal with industry leaders, and, especially the onsite visits, gave the students a genuine taste for their industries of interest. “My experience participating in the Bay Pizzeria workshop with Jason Jackson helped me consider the skills and planning that goes into creating a successful hospitality business,” Year 9 student Zariah Neimz said. “I learnt that it doesn’t matter how long it takes for you to figure out what you would like to do, as long as you love it.” “It was great to hear from the industry professionals that you can take your interests and passions and turn them into a small business or career pathway,” fellow Year 9 student Trent Malin said.

CAREER PATHWAYS ON OFFER: (Above top) Industry professionals take part in the morning’s Q & A session (back row from left) Sergio Crispino, Facility Manager Dexion Systems Services, Scott Cram, Primary Industry Teacher Grant High School & Luke Norman, SA Water & (front row from left) Lance Pedlow, Project Support Officer Regional Development Australia, Amy Cram, Director Community Kids Montebello Early Education Centre, Madeleine Brookes, Tourism Office Mount Gambier Visitor Centre and Jade Hill, Senior Constable SA Police; (above top right) Senior Constable, Jade Hill walks students through the opportunities within the South Australian Police Force & (above bottom right) Mount Gambier High School Design and Technologies Coordinator, Troy Esdale runs students through a workshop in the Auto Trade Centre.

Financial boost for community groups OneFortyOne and Stand Like Stone Foundation join forces to support local projects OneFortyOne and Stand Like Stone have granted $85,000 to community groups across the Limestone Coast, to support a range of projects from upgrading tools at Men’s Sheds to regulation and mindfulness training empowering local educators. Allendale East Area School is one of 10 groups that will receive a grant, and plan to purchase a luggage trailer for the Steven Noble Community Bus. Allendale East Area School Governing Council Chairperson Jenna Griffiths said the grant will help provide a better service to those using the bus. “The bus is used by a number of local groups to keep people safer on the roads, to and from functions and events.” “Until now we’ve had to have people’s luggage, such as sports equipment, in the bus itself.” “Having the trailer will separate passengers and their luggage, making it more comfortable and safer for anyone using the bus.” “We’ve been wanting to upgrade for a while, so we’re grateful we can finally do it.” OneFortyOne Jubilee Sawmill General Manager Paul Hartung said there was a clear need in the community, and OneFortyOne would provide further funding, beyond their $50,000 commitment with Stand Like Stone, to directly support more projects. “We are in a position this year

where we are able to support a number of worthwhile projects beyond our partnership with Stand Like Stone,” Paul said. “The amount of applications received made it clear that there was a need in our community. “Even more so, it was clear that groups are passionate about taking action on meaningful projects that will help their communities and beyond.” “That kind of drive is something we want to encourage.” When assessing grant applications, the committee considered factors such as wider impact of projects, longevity of a project and in-kind support. Stand Like Stone CEO Anne Kerr said the value of the grants goes well beyond a dollar value. “The positive effect of the projects we’re able to support can be life changing. A relatively small thing, such as funding a workshop, upgrading machinery, or installing solar panels, can have significant immediate and flow on benefits to the community.” THE GRANTS PROGRAM AT A GLANCE • $50,000 funded through the Stand Like Stone & OneFortyOne 2021 grants program • Further $35,000 granted by OneFortyOne to support other community projects

COMMUNITY GRANTS LEND A HELPING HAND: Allendale East Area School governing council chairperson Jenna Griffiths, OneFortyOne Jubilee Sawmill general manager Paul Hartung, Stand Like Stone Foundation CEO Anne Kerr, & Allendale East Area School captain Luke Bald.

WHO GOT THE MONEY? 2021 OneFortyOne Stand Like Stone Community Grants recipients • Penola High School – outdoor space for in-school hospitality training Café 43 • Naracoorte Scouts – Scouting for Connections outdoor camp • Mount Gambier North Primary School – Equine Assisted Learning Program • SE Junction Mental Health Activity & Resource Centre – Changing Tracks counselling program for young men • Allendale East Area School Governing Council – Purchase of new luggage trailer OneFortyOne Grant recipients • Naracoorte & District Men’s Shed – Installation of solar panels • Tatiara Men’s Shed – Upgrade of radial arm saw • Mt Gambier Private Hospital – Purchase of new mobile observation unit • Mt Gambier Children’s Centre for Early Childhood & Parenting – I am Woman Program • Mulga St Primary School – Regulation and mindfulness skills training for educators


Brain Teaser 1. What was the name of Marty McFly’s band in Back to the Future? 2. Who is the Greek god of love? 3. Kyle Chalmers is the defending Olympic champion in which event? 4. Margaret River is a wine region in which Australian State? 5. Who won the recent series of Celebrity Apprentice Australia? 6. Which legendary basketball player, formerly of the Los Angeles Lakers, sadly passed away alongside his daughter and seven others in a 2020 helicopter crash? 7. Which small western European country became the first in the world to make all public transport free to use? 8. The killing of the unarmed George Floyd by police occurred in which major city? 9. Reckless was a 1984 hit album from which Canadian rock star? 10. L. M. Montgomery is the author behind the character Anne of Green Gables and the ensuing book series chronicling Anne’s life – what are Montgomery’s two given names? 11. How many Grand Slam singles titles has world number one Novak Djokovic won? 12. What was the first James Bond movie featuring Sean Connery as 007? 13. What is the year 2017 in Roman numerals? 14. Glenn Durant has been a world champion in which sport? 15. Popocatepetl is a volcano in which South American country?

16. How many driver’s world championships has Kimi Raikkonen won? 17. Cristina Kirchner became the first elected woman president of which country in 2007? 18. The Thomson River is a waterway flowing through which Australian State? 19. Who won the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize for his environmental work including the controversial film An Inconvenient Truth? 20. Shinzo Abe was once prime minister of which country? 21. Prerogative is a fragrance by which music industry celebrity? 22. How many children do Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively share? 23. How many Super Bowls did Tom Brady win with the New England Patriots?


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24. What is the capital of Western Australia? 25. Who succeeded Ben Chifley as the Prime Minister of Australia? 26. Which social media platform announced in 2019 that they will no longer accept paid for political ads? 27. In which country are the headquarters for beer brand Carlsberg? 28. Which American rapper went double platinum with his album Beerbongs & Bentleys? 29. Who is the caretaker coach for Collingwood following the mid season departure of Nathan Buckley? 30. Which famous physicist, the focus of The Theory of Everything passed away in Cambridge in March 2018?

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From your lips to Tony Pasin’s ears Member for Barker looking to compile a constituency wishlist Member for Barker Tony Pasin has launched Barker’s Biggest Survey. The survey is being delivered by Australia Post and is due to hit the letterboxes of every resident in the 68,000 sq km electorate this week. “I want to know about the issues that matter to 120,000 people living in Barker,” said Mr Pasin.

“I try and be as accessible as possible as I travel around the electorate. I have mobile offices at farm fairs, field days and shows and host Listening Posts and community meetings around Barker to ensure that I’m available as much as possible to speak with my constituents one on one.” Despite this Mr Pasin said he was

always eager to hear more about what more can be done to make Barker an even better place to live, work and raise a family. “I am most effective as their representative for Barker when I have a clear understanding about what is important to my constituents.” Mr Pasin said. “This is why I’m encouraging people to take part in the survey so that I know what people want and what I can do to help.” Barkers Biggest Survey is available in hard copy for a reply paid return (hitting letterboxes

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Three grass-roots community organisations will have the opportunity to “pitch” their story at a virtual crowdfunding event with donors to raise vital funds for their project. United Way Glenelg is keen to hear from community organisations that are running innovative programs focusing on providing health, education or financial stability opportunities for people experiencing disadvantage in the Glenelg Shire community. United Way Glenelg and its partner AWA Alliance Bank expect to provide guaranteed funding of at least $8000 per participating organisation to match pledges made by audience members at the event. This means every dollar raised for the organisation on the night up to $8000 will be matched. United Way Glenelg executive officer Nicole Carr said SharkPitch was an excellent opportunity to connect donors and community organisations innovatively. “It allows people wanting to give back, whether financially, in time or with services and products to link with organisations already established but needing support,” Ms Carr said. “Community groups can upskill their staff and/ or volunteers with personalised guidance towards their pitch in soft skills like public speaking, pitching

and marketing themselves. “To support each “pitcher” to articulate their request, we provide pitch coaching with trainer and English teacher Debra Crespan, of Bayview College. This will give pitchers greater confidence on the night and make it a more relaxed atmosphere.” Each pitcher will have six minutes on the night to persuade a live and virtual audience to pledge to their cause. Powerhouse Productions will also work with all three organisations to develop a one-minute video of their work, allowing them to gain

Where to get your jab South Australians 16 years and over who live in the Limestone Coast Local Health Network are now eligible to book a COVID-19 vaccination appointment. IIf you have had a flu vaccination, you must wait 14 days before having a COVID-19 vaccination. To make a booking, go to regionalclinics For people 16 - 50 years, you can book an appointment at: • Mount Gambier Central Shopping Centre Vaccination Clinic • Millicent and Districts Hospital and Health Service • Naracoorte Health Service • Kingston Soldiers’ Memorial Hospital • Bordertown Memorial Hospital For people 50 and over: • Penola War Memorial Hospital • GPs and Respiratory Clinics across the region

valuable exposure to potential volunteers, funders and connect with the community into the future too. Expression of interest close on Wednesday, June 30 and to apply head to https://www. The virtual event will be held on Tuesday September 7, from 7pm. Registration open soon. PITCH YOUR BUSINESS IDEA: Last year pitchers from Beats Cycle for Hope with Peter Corbett from Powerhouse Productions.

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Fantastic solid 4 bedroom brick home perfect for the large family. Large kitchen/living room with s/c wood heating, plus additional family room at the rear. Four bedrooms, three of which have built in robes. Bathroom with shower, bath, vanity plus separate toilet & laundry. Kitchen with electric cooking and breakfast bar area. Large flat roof pergola along the back of the house adjoining the carport providing direct under cover access to the back door. Double length carport suitable for 4 vehicles. Lock up workshop area plus under house storage. Straight across the road from the park and play ground. Currently tenanted at $270 per week until 29th November 2021.

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Genuine interest only please, there is a lot of work needed on this property. An opportunity awaits those willing to roll up their sleeves and do a bit of work. With great solid bones this ex-housing trust duplex is ready for a refurbishment to see it through the next 60 years. Basic generic original layout, with a wall removed to open up the living space, was a three bedroom now only 2, the option is there to close back up and return back to three bedrooms. Bathroom has a separate shower and bath (will need re-tilting and new plumping fixtures). Eat-inKitchen, cooking facilities currently not in working order, cabinets could be salvaged and repaired, or pull out and refit new. Rear yard is secure with a shed and carport.

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Light industrial, high exposure site of approx. 1600m2 The perfect site for purpose-built trade or light industry premises, consulting rooms, commercial offices or fast-food site (STCA) Bustling area with neighbouring businesses including Beaurepaires and Barry Maney Ford Services include SA Water and power is available


Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

33 SIMSONS LANDING RD, NELSON $240,000-$260,000 4,316m2

- Have you always wanted to build your dream home by the River, well we have the perfect allotment for you! - Positioned on a large allotment (4316m2) in the popular township of Nelson - Located within walking distance to Simpson Landing & the Glenelg River Al Lamond 0418 849 266


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Imogene Ryan

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FOR SALE - $ - $265,000 FOR SALE $245,000

FOR SALE - $ - $255,000 FOR SALE $245,000

• Prestigious Townhouse located within walking distance to Mount Gambier’s popular restaurants and cafes • Modern, fully furnished and self-contained, suited to couples and contract workers • Wonderful courtyard with secure fencing for privacy, perfect for entertaining on a summers day, leading to the open plan living and dining areas • Modern kitchen will impress with stainless steel Miele Appliances and Granite Benchtop with Cutlery, Crockery and cooking utensils provided • Property has installed for your comfort a fully automated lighting C-bus system, Gas log fire in conjunction with Reverse Cycle heating and cooling • Upstairs you are greeted with two good sized bedrooms, 1 with a built in robe and main bathroom offering a separate bath and shower with natural light provided by the skylight • Master bedroom consists of a walk in robe and ensuite, including direct access to the balcony overlooking views of Mount Gambier • Sorry, strictly no pets • BOND $3,300

• Solidly constructed 3 bedroom home, located close to town centre

• Currently tenanted until Jan 2022 @ $240 per week

• Solid construction offering 4 bedrooms containing lovely natural light and 3 bedrooms featuring walk-in robes • Kitchen with electric cookig overlooking the dining area which then flows into the lounge • Spacious carpeted lounge room upstairs with built-in cupboards and reverse cycle split system heating and cooling capturing lovely views over the Conroe Hights area • Downstairs features a retreat for parents or teenagers with slow combustion heating, bar, second toilet and large office space, ideal for working from home • Single garage under the main roof with access into the retreat area • Entertainers will love the space on offer to host their friends and family with the huge undercover decking, perfect for your BBQ’s in summber and firepit to gather around in the winter • Enclosed rear yard with garden shed and gateway to Kennedy Ave • Located in close proximity to reserve with playground, Conroe Shopping, McDonald park Primary, St Martins Lutheran College and Akuna Kindy • Rental appraisal of $270 per week

Address: 1/2 Jardine Street, Mount Gambier

Address: 83 Penola Road, Mount Gambier

Address: 26 Derwent Count, Mount Gambier




Candice Merrett

0419 387 094

Property ID: 23127284

• The home offers a carpeted lounge room with gas ducted heating • Eat in ktichen with great storage • Master bedroom with built-in robes and central main bathroom with bath, shower and vanity plus separate toilet • Outdoors there is a carport and shed for parking plus storage/ garden shed available • Neat enclosed rear yard for children and pets to play safely

Imogene Ryan

0408 065 540

Property ID: 23134033

Imogene Ryan

0408 065 540

Property ID: 23126866



RLA 1903

Paul Chuck SALES 0409 541 113

Suite 2/14 Helen Street, Mount Gambier | | Phone 08 8725 5766 NEW

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


| approx 56 acres

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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!


10 Robinson Street








$245,000-$269,500 2 2 1 This is apartment living at its best – Amazing Northerly aspect with unobstructed views over the City’s skyline. Large living area plus bonus study/sitting room. Simply move in and enjoy the lifestyle.



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23 Peake Street





An appealing and functional home loaded with living areas, outdoor entertaining and great shedding. Quality location just a short walk to city centre. Close to popular shops, food outlets and playground.


5 King Grove


3 Foote Street

$479,000 3 2 2 It’s all about location – wonderful low maintenance family home in A1 position. Spacious living areas, bedrooms & outdoor entertaining. Surrounded by quality & established homes. Short walk to Blue Lake, shops & main street. Don’t Delay!

Beautifully 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!

1006/3 Lake Terrace West

Emily Rayner SALES 0417 665 085


9 Kooringa Street






Gebhardts Property Management


6 Ellis Street

6/184 Commercial St East


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$150 pw | Available 2/7/21

14 Hillcrest Avenue


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$270 pw | Available NOW

6 Ellis Street


1 3

$280 pw | Available 12/7/21

37 Umpherston Street


1 1

$290 pw | Available 23/7/21

6 Truman Street


1 1

$330 pw | Available 5/7/21

24C Bay Road


1 1

$370 pw | Available NOW

8 Highland Drive


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$480 pw | Available NOW

312 Commercial Street West NEW

19 Dry Creek Road, Donovans NEW

$699,000-$759,000 4 2 12 A unique opportunity to live and work from home S.T.C.C. A beautiful & grand character home set on over half acre. Huge high clearance shedding, high exposure site – zoned light industrial. In conjunction with Key2Sale.

$249,000-$269,000 2 1 Leave all your stresses behind! This is the ultimate affordable lifestyle perfectly located in the picturesque Glenelg River. One minute to the boat ramp, 20 mins to Mount Gambier, 7 minutes to Nelson. Pack your bags and fishing rods now!


1/11 Millard Street

$139,500 2 1 1 Nestled at the rear of a quiet complex of only three units, is this spacious property. An ideal investment or great start for the first home buyer. Currently leased at $155 per week.

Glistening with appeal – this home won’t last long! Tastefully updated and decorated, offering near new kitchen and huge living areas. Perfect for a growing family or a smart investment. Expect to be impressed.

Suite 2/14 Helen Street, Mount Gambier


6 Bengalee Crescent

$430,000-$460,000 4 2 2 Beautifully elevated & private setting – feature raked ceilings. Formal living & heat form fire place. A view as far as the eye can see. Overlooking new subdivision & positioned on close to half an acre of land. In conjunction with Key2Sale & Peter Dempsey

Large family home in the popular Montebello area. Expansive open plan living with updated kitchen with electric cooking, stainless appliances and walk in pantry. Spacious master bedroom with built in robe and ensuite with spa, shower, vanity and toilet.

78 Crouch Street South



$395,000-$425,000 3 2 3 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.


Located in the popular lakes location is this beautifully presented Mount Gambier Stone home. Open plan dining and living with r/c split system. Amazing semi enclosed decked area, ideal for entertaining + access to the rear yard for shedding if required.


20 Robinson Street

Ben Jeffrey SALES 0417 810 246

8 Highland Drive

1 Betula Road

$229,000-$249,000 3 1 2 Neat and tidy Mount Gambier stone home in a lovely location. Front lounge oozing natural light, carpeted with gas heating. Open plan kitchen and dining with electric cooking and good storage.

Apply online Ph 8724 8088


COMMERCIAL 21 Sturt Street 24B Oak Street 2/2 James Street

Avail 12/7/21

$280 pw 2 1 3 • 2 bedrooms both with built in robes • Updated kitchen/dining with electric cooking • Separate lounge with r/c aircon & s/c heater • Light filled sunroom • Single garage umr with remote • Detached double garage • Pets negotiable


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$480 pw 4 2 2 • 4 bedrooms, main with ensuite & WIR • Kitchen with gas cooking, dishwasher & BI pantry • Formal lounge room • 3rd living area • 5th bedroom or office • Ducted heating & S/C heating • Covered entertaining area • Rain water & solar • Detached double garage • Pets negotiable

32 Commercial Street West 93 Commercial Street West 99 Commercial Street West 101 Commercial Street West 389 Commercial Street West 389C Commercial Street West

Chris Manser Real Estate & Livestock Sales 0417 414 127

Garth Manser Real Estate & Livestock Sales 0417 071 180

Elisha Beare Real Estate Sales Property Management 0407 213 023

Bernie Manser Property Management 0407 235 345

Candyce Cory Property Management 0427 333 517 RLA 280309

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Green Triangle Real Estate are pleased to present for sale 357 Meyers Rd, Nene Valley.

This 351 acre property currently known as “Harris’s Flat” is located in the Kongorong / Nene Valley area and would lend itself to all aspects of farming, however would certainly make the ideal fattening block. The property has been divided into three main paddocks, all with concrete troughs watered by windmill and tank and offers cattle yards and a ramp. With main road frontage and power passing this would also be the perfect spot to build your dream home ( S.T.C.A ) surround yourself with acreage and enjoy the country lifestyle whilst also living with in close proximity to the ocean. Call Chris Manser on 0417 414 127 today to book your

This expansive brick & Tile family home is situated on a large 775m2 corner allotment in a sought-after location within walking distance to MacDonald Park Primary School and just minutes from the inner city. The home comprises four generous sized bedrooms, three with built in robes. The main bedroom includes a newly renovated ensuite with shower, toilet and vanity. The main bathroom, also newly renovated boasts sleek and modern fixtures with floor to ceiling tiles in both. The original kitchen offers electric cooking, ample cupboard space and a dishwasher, spacious lounge with reverse cycle air conditioning for comfort all year round, and an abundance of linen / pantry cupboards for storage. Other features of the home include: Manual roller blinds for security and privacy. Single car carport with access from Dalkeith Drive plus a single car garage with access from North Terrace. Security system currently monitored by Wilsons Security. With some TLC and your own personal touch this will be the perfect family home to create a lifetime of memories. Looking to invest? with some minor upgrades this property has the potential to return approx. $400 per week.











Situated in a quiet cul-de-sac on the North-East side of town lies this spacious family home with living space for everyone. Off the hallway there are three bedrooms, main with walk in robe, ensuite and r/c a/c and two with built in wardrobes. The main bathroom features a shower, bath & vanity with a separate toilet for your convenience. The sizable kitchen offers plenty of cupboard space, large walk- in pantry, dishwasher and electric cooking, the dining room adjacent the kitchen adjoins the spacious lounge area with the ambience of slow combustion wood heating in addition to r/c a/c for your convenience. Two additional carpeted rooms along the north side of the home may be utilised as extra bedrooms, second living or even the kids toy room.


$115,000 LAND Large 732m level building allotment in sought after location. Walking distance to all the main street has to offer, MacDonald Park Primary School and Saint Martins Lutheran College. Electricity & Water. Council rates $1290.77. Inspect this block today to appreciate all it has to offer and build your dream home. Contact Elisha Beare on 0407 213 023. 2


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This approximately 5 acre picturesque allotment is the perfect property for the equine family. Features include: 6 individual horse paddocks with raceways, 5 foot high, three rail, post and rail creo fencing with custom made 5-foot heavy gauge galvanised small mesh gates, 4 good sized stables with wide sliding doors fully lined with ply, an adjoining hose down bay lined with W.A Jarrah, a tack room & an 18 metre round yard. The 3 bedroom blue lake home offers spacious open plan living, upgraded kitchen with induction cooktop, 3 bedrooms, bathroom with bath shower and vanity and a separate toilet. The home is heated with a slow combustion wood heater with the convenience of R/C A/C.



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Expansive 4134m allotment surrounded with well established trees and hedges, open plan living, kitchen with gas cooking, impressive breakfast bar, walk-in pantry & dishwasher. Overlooks the dining & expansive living area with doors opening to the fully enclosed entertaining area combining inside and out. 4 bedroom, main with WIR and double ensuite, main bathroom with bath, shower & vanity & separate toile, large laundry, second living area currently utelised as a home office. The bar/rumpus room currently utilised for entertaining and fitted with the plumbing for a third bathroom opening up the opportunity for an attached granny flat, parents retreat or even the visitors wing. 2



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4 Fairway Crt, Worrolong $675,000 - $700,000

Sam Malseed + Jason Malseed

4 2 2 10 Ireland St, Millicent $292,000

Sam Malseed + Jason Malseed

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11 Banksia St, Lucindale $130,000 - $140,000



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


Sam 0447 805 319

Lot 64 Gully Crt, Mil Lel $220,000

Penney Crt, Compton From $185,000

Wendy 0468 692 993

Courtney 8724 9999

Lot 8 Centenary View Dr, Compton $185,000

86 Milstead St, Pt MacDonnell $295,000 - $305,000

117 Sea Pde, Pt MacDonnell $320,000 - $350,000

Jason 0419 032 795

Wendy Flint

2.90 acres (approx)


Wendy Flint

5,000m2 (approx)

Pre Release - Centenary View Estate


605m2 (approx)


Selena 8724 9999

Wendy Flint

5,000m2 (approx)


Jason Malseed + Sam Malseed

1,007m2 (approx)


Jason Malseed + Sam Malseed

Land for Sale

Kathy 8733 1989

Kelli 8724 9999

Lot 6 McKay Rd, Compton $179,000

Emilia 8724 9999

Wendy Flint

5,015m2 (approx)


Lot 101 - 104 Livingston St, Blackfellows Caves From 1,020m2 (approx) $90,000 - $98,000 Wendy Flint


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Sale 31 Crafter Road, Compton $245,000 - $255,000 Open by appointment

Sale 1



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

Sale 3



11 Fartch Street, Mt Gambier $199,000 - $209,000 Open by appointment


245 Commercial Street, Mt Gambier $289,000 - $299,000 Open by appointment

Sale 4



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

2 South Terrace, Tantanoola $135,000 - $145,000 Open by appointment

1/2 Jardine Street, Mt Gambier $575,000 Open by appointment

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



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Sale Business



Sale Business

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

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Tahlia Gabrielli Principal Sales Executive 0438 883 992

Sarah Barney Sales Executive 0438 883 972

Sonya Jones Executive Assistant (08) 8724 7405

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

Jess Teakle Property Management 0455 826 616

Sale 3+

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62 Sisters Road, Moorak $550,000 - $570,000 Open by appointment

Vacant Land


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

217 Jubilee Highway, Glenburnie $375 P/W Available: 09/07/2021

100 Leggett Road, Worrolong Highest & Best Offers Open by appointment


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Rental Vacant Land

Rental 4

Macey Humphries Administration (08) 8724 7405



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

36 Lake Terrace, Mt Gambier $450 P/W Available: Now

Hayley Goodwin Executive Assistant (08) 8724 7405

92 Penola Road, Mt Gambier $265 P/W Available: Now

Rental 4



7 Kingsley Court, Mt Gambier $470 P/W Available: 16/07/2021

Property of the week Ideal Investment.

Coming Soon... 43 Landscape Lane, O.B Flat Open by appointment



Ray White Mt Gambier 2A & 2B Mitchell Street Mount Gambier SA 5290 (08) 8724 7405 RLA 291953


1/35 & 2/35 Sturt Street, Mount Gambier. $470,000 Open by appointment




The centrally located apartments share a community title. They have been appraised to earn weekly incomes of approximately $255 and $275 each. The properties sit opposite the Railway Lands and both offer secure garages. The front apartment benefits from a lounge room with RCAC and an open plan kitchen and dining area with ample cupboard space and electric cooking. Two double bedrooms, both with BIR and the bathroom with separate shower, corner spa-bath and toilet. The rear apartment offers a large kitchen and dining room. The kitchen benefitting from a breakfast bar and s/steel electric oven and cooktop plus a dishwasher. The living area is comforted with an RCAC. Both bedrooms with BIR’s. The bathroom consists of a bath, shower, and toilet. Both properties offer security systems.

RURAL RUNDOWN Budget support for agricultural sector Multimillion dollar support from State Government South Australia’s agriculture sector will get an $18.7 million boost in the South Australia Government’s State Budget 2021-22 across a range of new initiatives to help support economic recovery, grow the industry and create local jobs. A new $1.3 million a year AgTech Adoption Program ($5.2 million over the forward estimates) will increase the take up of technology by primary producers to drive improvements in efficiency. Drought support will get a further boost with $5.2 million to fund another round of the hugely popular On-Farm Emergency Water Infrastructure Rebate Scheme. This will help more than 200 drought-affected farmers to install vital water infrastructure such as water storages, pumps and pipes. The State Government is also providing $4.4 million to help establish a ‘Drought Hub’ in South

Australia to help better prepare farmers for drought and improve resilience. The South Australian Drought Resilience Adoption and Innovation Hub will be headquartered at University of Adelaide’s Roseworthy campus and supported by five nodes throughout regional South Australia at Minnipa, Port Augusta, Orroroo, Loxton and Struan. Rural financial counselling and family and business support mentor programs will receive an extra $2.2 million over three years. These programs provide support to those impacted by adverse events such as drought to help manage current challenges and better prepare for the future. The grains sector will also invest $1.7 million over five years to contain, treat and prove freedom from the potentially devastating pest Lens Snail. Minister for

Primary Industries and Regional Development David Basham said these new initiatives will build on existing programs to help grow South Australia’s agriculture industry. “South Australia’s regions are crucial for the future prosperity of our state contributing around $29 billion to the state’s economy supporting more than 180,000 jobs,” Minister Basham said. “The Marshall Liberal Government will always back our farmers to help grow South Australia’s economy and create jobs and these new initiatives will help achieve that. “Our primary producers are some of the most innovative in the world, yet we lag behind in our uptake of AgTech. Our new AgTech Adoption Program will drive the take up of technology leading to increased productivity and profitability. “Many farmers across South

Naracoorte Market Report - CATTLE Numbers climbed a little as agents yarded 696 head of liveweight and open auction cattle, with almost 100 head sold by open auction. These sold to the usual field of trade and processor buyers along with feeder orders and a smaller number of active restockers this week. Quality was mixed ranging from store types up to cattle off grain. The yearling cattle being sought after to sell from firm to dearer rates, with the older types falling in price last week. Yearling steers to the trade made from 430c to 499c, to lift in price by 10c to 15c, with similar heifers making from 354c to 497c/kg. Feeder orders sought steers from 440c to 509c, with heifers making from 354c to 476c/kg. There were insufficient grown steers and bullocks to quote as grown heifers to the trade made from 345c to 399c to lose 20c to 30c, with feeders operating here from 330c to 430c/kg. Cow numbers fell by half as the heavy types to the trade eased 4c to return from mainly 300c to 330c, with a high of 346c/kg being reached in an isolated sale. The light weight types made from 240c to 275c to the trade, with feeders active from 258c to 332c/kg. Heavy weight bulls made from 262c to 285c, with light weights making up to 355c/kg.

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Australia have had a challenging few years firstly with drought, bushfires and then the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. “Our farmers are a critical part of our state economy and the importance of agriculture across the country has been further highlighted during the pandemic. “By expanding our support

programs such as the on-farm water infrastructure rebate we will fast track economic recovery and better prepare our farmers for future adverse events. “Biosecurity will continue to be a priority for our government as we work together with industry to build on our clean, green reputation and eradicate potentially devastating pests fruit fly and Lens Snail. “These new initiatives build on the Marshall Liberal Government’s Regional Development Strategy and the $3 billion of investment across more than 1000 projects across the regions, to create thousands of jobs and better lives for South Australians across our regions. “Our Budget for a stronger South Australia is creating jobs, building what matters and delivering better services to further secure our growing global reputation as one of the safest and most attractive places in the world to live, work and raise a family.”

Millicent Market Report Agents yarded 218 liveweight and 4 open auction cattle at the Millicent Saleyards last Wednesday. An increase 23 head of open auction cattle 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. Finished steers ranged from 330 c/kg to 415 c/kg. Yearling steers ranged from 100 c/kg to 502 c/kg and young heifers from 100 c/kg to 480 c/kg. Grown heifers were too few to quote. Cows sold from 150 c/kg to 352 c/kg, stronger than the previous market. Overall, prices were firm to dearer. Only one bull was offered, returning 285 c/kg. The next sale at the Millicent Saleyards will be held on Wednesday, July 7, upon the completion of the Mount Gambier Market.

Mount Gambier Market Report - CATTLE Numbers climbed a little last week as agents yarded 327 head of live weight and open auction cattle. These sold to the regular field of trade and processor buyers with both feeders and restockers present and active over the offering. Quality was generally good although small in numbers in certain categories. This made quoting difficult in most areas while cows continued to be in demand to sell to dearer rates. A small number of mixed sex vealers came forward to sell from 487c to 520c/kg. Yearling steers to the trade made from 365c to 462c, while the heifer portion made from 391c to 485c/kg. Feeders sought steers from 382c to 500c and heifers from 362c to 460c/kg. There was some restocker activity on steers that made from 451c to 500c/kg. Grown steers and bullocks to the trade made from 365c to 385c with feeder support making to a top of 415c/kg. Grown heifers to the trade sold from 340c to 432c, with feeders operating here from 399c to 410c and manufacturing steers making from 335c to 355c/kg. Heavy cows doubled in numbers with strong buyer support from 300c to a high of 358c, to be 4c/kg better in price. Lighter cows made from 250c to 313c, with heavy bulls making from 272c to 280c and light weights selling to a top of 378c/kg.

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Hamilton Market Report - SHEEP & LAMBS WEDNESDAY There was a significant lift in the quality of lambs offered over all grades. The sheep offering was better overall but still lacking in good weight. Not all the usual processers were in attendance and those that were, were not always fully active. There was limited restocking competition mainly for the better end of lambs, paying to a top of $170/head. The market for under 18kg lambs to the trade was firm to dearer by $5, with all other categories $10 to $15/head stronger, quality being the primary factor. Lambs to the trade averaged between 750c and 820c/kg cwt. The best heavy lambs made to a top of $251/head. There was keen competition for sheep and they sold $5 to $10/head dearer in places across all grades. Merino mutton averaged from 650c to 731c/kg cwt with the best heavy crossbred ewes making to a top of $240/head. Light 12 to 18kg lambs made from $90 to $169/head, to average from 560c to 994c/kg cwt. The light trade weight lambs weighing 18 to 22kg, sold from $173 to $199/head, averaging from 773c to 848c/kg cwt. The medium trade weight lambs weighing 22 to 25kg made from $190 to $222, while the heavy weights weighing over 26kg, made to a top of $251/head to average 750c/kg cwt. Score 3 hoggets sold to $160/head. Heavier crossbred sheep made to $240, with the better well covered Merino ewes making from $126 to $157/head. Wethers made to $210/head, while the general run of Merino mutton made from 650c to 731c/kg cwt. Terminal sires sold to a top of $69 and Merino rams made $160/ head.

RURAL RUNDOWN Redevelopment of Glenburnie saleyards starts to take shape Wait now on for Federal Government windfall

Naracoorte Market Report SHEEP & LAMBS Numbers rose last week as agents yarded 4470 lambs and 1205 sheep, to total 5675 head overall. There was a large field of trade and processor buyers along with a number of active restocker orders. Quality continues to be mixed as we head further into winter. More weight came forward last week with some excellent pens of extra heavy lambs being presented with the overall lamb market ranging from firm to slightly dearer while the sheep market rebounded to sell to dearer rates. Light lambs to the trade made from $105 to $153 with the light score 2 and 3 trade weights making from $142 to $160/head. Restockers paid from $87 to $154/head. Score 3 trade weight lambs returned from $162 to $177/head to be

fully firm in price, to average 770c/kg cwt. Heavy lambs improved in number and condition to make from $182 to $212, lifting $4, while the extra heavy pens made from $210 to a top of $259/head. Hoggets ranged from $176 to $220 with light sheep making from $63 to $108/head. Medium weight sheep ranged from $125 to $174 with the heavy portion of ewes making from $162 to $240/head. Rams ranged from $75 to $160/head.


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Works are well underway to install two new state-of-the-art electronic loading ramps at the Mount Gambier and District Saleyards. The $964k project has been jointly funded by the State Government’s Regional Growth Fund ($385k) and the District Council of Grant, and marks the first stage of the saleyards redevelopment. The project will see the installation of two adjustable cattle ramps with both rear and side loading options that will cater for both B Doubles and A Doubles which will greatly assist stock transportation. The new ramps will provide increased efficiencies and productivity when loading and unloading cattle, leading to less downtime with reduced waiting periods and quicker turnarounds. Mayor Richard Sage said that the

project marks the start of council’s plan to transform the saleyards. “As part of our saleyard masterplan we have secured funding to install new electronic loading ramps which will allow for more efficient and safer loading of cattle at the yards,” Mayor Sage said. “We want our yards to be the go to destination for the sale of cattle and sheep in the region and to do this we need to provide facilities that meet the needs of the users.” Council is awaiting the outcome of a Federal Government funding application, which if successful will allow for a total transformation of the Saleyards including roofing, major upgrades to the pens and installing softfall, and solar panels. “Futureproofing our caleyard is council’s next priority,” said

Councillor Barry Kuhl, Presiding Member of the Mount Gambier and District Saleyards Strategy Committee. “There a major economic benefits brought about through the saleyards. “People come to sell cattle and then use services across the area which puts money back into the local economy. “By redeveloping the saleyards we are confident that the investment will payoff through increased sales and bringing more people into the region. “We will also be improving the energy efficiency of the facility by installing solar panels and increasing our water catchment.” It is expected that the new electronic ramps will be completed by August thos year.

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Dear Robbie 46... I still get emails occasionally which is nice because it reminds me that there are still people reading my article. I’m not saying I think there are a lot of people reading, but still the odd one or two. My partner Donna is still not paying attention and reading anything I write, but that’s probably for the best. I do enough things that disappoint her on a daily basis, without her reading whatever rubbish I send to Lifestyle1 each week. Back to the email, this is one I received this week. “Dear Robbie, It seems that you have become a bit of a fence sitter of late, who appears too timid to take a stand of substance on any topic that is even the slightest bit controversial. It’s as though you work in a school or something. I want


my comedic authors to have some intestinal fortitude and make a stand – to right the world of insane political correctness and to tell people how it is. I’ve sent you through numerous topic suggestions of late that were ideal for you to offend the masses. But alas, you have failed me and the region. Frustratedly yours, Alan from Allendale” Not much I can argue with there. You got me Alan. But let me unpack and discuss your insightful comments sir. As a white middle aged male I am a little scared to have an opinion. I don’t want that to sound like I’m the victim because I know no one likes white middle aged males making out they’re the victims. I understand that I’m not the victim, but in all honesty I do fear having a typical white middle aged male opinion because I know that’s generally not politically correct. Again, not being the victim, I do think it’s sad that certain people can’t express an opinion and then have a civilised discussion explaining their position. I don’t think they should be saying things which are obviously offensive, but it does feel like an opinion held by the majority of people can’t actually be expressed any more at times. I’m good at listening and open to being convinced that I’m wrong, but at the moment often wouldn’t even dare to express my opinion. It’s time we got back to being able to have different viewpoints, expressed politely. It’s actually healthy for me to express something which is wrong and then have someone smarter

explain to me why I’m wrong, and I currently often miss that opportunity because I’m not confident to say what I think. I’m a little surprised with you describing me as a comedic author. Again, this might be based on the fact that Donna doesn’t find me funny in any way anymore. And don’t even get me started on my kids. They’ve reached that age where they’re embarrassed by my behaviour…or have I reached that age where my behaviour is embarrassing? I was thinking I’d lost it. So to be described as a comedic author is touching. As for intestinal fortitude, I’ve definitely reached that age where my intestines aren’t at their best. I know there are certain food items that are going to play havoc with

my intestines if I eat them. It’s entirely possible that is having an impact on my intestinal fortitude. I need to get more fibre in my diet. Regarding your recent article suggestions, to give my readers a little context, one idea that Alan recently sent me in between messages about the quality of AFL umpires said, “Naomi Osaka. Go nuts on her!!” I had to Google what a Naomi Osaka was. Having found out what he was talking about, tennis champion Ms Osaka refusing to do press conferences at the French Open and then pulling out of the tournament, I made the decision that nobody cares about tennis. I wasn’t prepared to waste energy trying to find something entertaining about tennis. Anyway Alan, you want me to

tell people how it is? Let me take your advice onboard. A Canadian politician was recently suspended after being court urinating during parliamentary proceedings. Let me just state here, this is another classic example of a white middle aged male being treated unfairly. Canadian politician William Amos was attending House of Commons proceedings virtually. During the meeting nature called and he decided that rather than leaving the meeting and heading for the bathroom, he’d grab a coffee cup off his desk and relieve himself while staying in the meeting. Unfortunately the meeting included video and his actions were captured. I’d like to publicly applaud Mr Amos for his work ethic. We’ve got a prime minister who seems to be absent every time a crisis hits. William is not prepared to miss even a second of parliamentary proceedings. They should be making him prime minister, not suspending him. The opposition party called his actions unacceptable and questioned whether it was an accident. Buffoons. Of course it wasn’t an accident. His quick actions avoided him having an accident. Would it have been more acceptable if he’d had an accident on camera. He was a hero. If you think rubbish like this article is the reason white middle aged males shouldn’t be allowed to express opinions anymore, email me at






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N&N TRANSPORT – Family owned business POSITIONS AVAILABLE Stuckey Electrical Contractors have a full-time position available for a

“A” GRADE ELECTRICIAN We are a family owned and operated company that have been providing electrical services to businesses in the Limestone Coast and Western Victoria area for 58 years. We are 100% committed to providing a high-quality level of service and workmanship to our customers using quality products.

Full time & Part time interstate drivers for runs to Melbourne and Adelaide Applicants must have HC/MC Licence BFM would be an advantage Knowledge & experience in timber loading Contact David 0418 849 781

Are you looking for: • A fantastic work environment with the support of an amazing team • A job that challenges and teaches you, where you are able to improve your skills • An opportunity to establish a career with a fast-growing industry leader • Attractive remuneration and offers overtime We are looking for a candidate with: • Electrical Trade qualification • Be able to work unsupervised and manage a project from start to finish • Strong customer service skills • Knowledge of Regulations and Standards • Knowledge of OH&S • Current vehicle driving license and be able to drive a manual vehicle • LVR, Working at Heights, Elevated work platform and white card. • Willingness to learn and grow with a positive attitude Please deliver resume to Stuckey Electrical Contractors, 16 White Avenue, Mount Gambier Or Email:

Tenison Woods College

is a dynamic Early Years - Year 12 Catholic co-educational College with over 1300 students. The College is situated in picturesque grounds on the outskirts of Mount Gambier, SA. We are seeking suitably qualified and registered teachers for the following teaching positions commencing in Term 3, 2021. • PERMANENT YEARS 7-12 OUTDOOR EDUCATION / HPE TEACHER (1.0FTE)

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• REPLACEMENT YEARS 10-12 PSYCHOLOGY TEACHER (UP TO 1.0FTE) Teaching staff require a current South Australian Teachers Registration and must be prepared to support the Catholic ethos of the College and participate in our Pastoral Care Program. We are also seeking suitably qualified staff for the following positions commencing in Term 3, 2021. • SUGARLOAF CAFÉ CHEF • CLEANING SUPERVISOR • OSHC SUPERVISOR

Steam Plant Manager OneFortyOne Australia

OneFortyOne is looking for a Steam Plant Manager to join our Wood Products Team, based in Mt Gambier, SA. The Steam Plant Manager is responsible for heading up the team to enable optimisation of our equipment within this area. We are looking for someone with management skills and a broad technical expertise to meet the varied and complex challenges of this position. With major capital investment planned for the area, we are seeking a person with the ability to project manage new development and expansion while coordinating and transitioning the team and the site. Ideally, you will: • Steer a team to collectively achieve results in safety, quality, efficiency, environmental and risk standards • Manage large scale projects end to end – involving meeting safety, environmental, timeline and budget expectations • Possess prior knowledge and experience in steam plant operational management • Solve complex problems and recommend solutions • Think creatively with the energy to progress innovative solutions • Communicate to manage stakeholder expectations, contractor performance and implement effective quality control Contact Susie Rogers in confidence on details below: For more info

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Contact: Susie Rogers - Rusher Rogers Recruiters Mobile: +61 0414 350 762 Email:

• ELCC CERTIFICATE III IN CHILDREN SERVICES Position Information Documents in relation to these roles may be obtained from: Potential applicants MUST submit with their application, an Applicant Declaration Form, obtained from: ApplicantDecForm.pdf. Please email your application, including contact details of three recent referees, to Mary de Nys, HR Officer, Tenison Woods College, at APPLICATIONS CLOSE 4.00pm MONDAY, 28 JUNE 2021


Celebrating 65 years in business, there are BIG changes happening at OGR as we prepare for the next chapter. OGR are proudly a family owned & operated Mount Gambier business, established in 1956. With a growing multi-franchise new vehicle dealership, vehicle service, automotive parts, and reconditioning departments, with substantial used vehicle sales. OGR strives to provide the best customer service and present the highest quality vehicles. We offer a friendly team environment and excellent working conditions. Exciting opportunities have arisen for enthusiastic, well-presented people, who have a strong work ethic, to join our service and reconditioning departments.


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OGR seeks a suitable person to perform a Service Advisor Traineeship, joining an experienced team who continue to lead the way in customer service. The right candidate will gain a “Certificate III in Automotive Administration” qualification. The job role is referred to as ‘Office Administration’, requiring general office administration and paperwork tasks, phone call service bookings, backing up front line service advisors and assisting with co-ordinating new and used car work through the delivery process, in an automotive industry’s retail, servicing and repair environment. For a duration of 24-months full time on-the-job, depending on knowledge and experience, support and training is provided to build a successful career. If you are looking to improve your current position and advance your career opportunities this is a great opportunity to join a professional team.




Boiler Operator Jubilee Sawmill

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

OGR seeks a suitable person to perform an Accessory Fitter Traineeship. The right candidate will gain a “Certificate II in Automotive Electrical Technology” qualification, over a full time 12-month period, depending on knowledge and experience. The job role is referred to as an ‘Automotive Electrical Component Installer’, requiring a range of accessory fitting tasks on light vehicles, heavy vehicles or motorcycles. The successful trainees will enter into Nationally Recognized Training programs to complete and obtain their Certified Qualification. On the job training will be provided in addition to online learning components and assessments. These positions offer a progressive career path in a modern vehicle dealership environment.


Reporting to the Steam Plant Manager your primary responsibilities will be to safely and efficiently carry out all aspects relating to the Steam Plant operation. The prospective candidate will require the flexibility to work a rotating 4 shift roster and must be a qualified Boiler Operator with a current high risk license.

OGR is seeking a full time Reconditioning Manager for our automotive service department, to coordinate all vehicle reconditioning and logistics. Responsibilities include improving performance, productivity, efficiency and profitability through the implementation of effective methods and strategies. You will work directly with our Service Department Manager. Job Responsibilities: Maintain a high level of ethical standards and professional appearance. Follow all work, health and safety policies, operations and practices, as well as maintaining a safe working environment. Responsible for directing and managing overall flow of vehicles through receiving, reconditioning, and flow-on processes to OGR’s reconditioning standards. Responsible for meeting key metrics - quality, cost and other KPIs as determined by the leadership team. Provide decisive direction for the Reco Team. Maintain reconditioning processes, operational controls, managing yard and assessing vehicles. Job Requirements: Experienced with Microsoft Office and Excel. Strong communicator in both verbal and written forms; equally adept in communicating upwards, across, and downwards! Analytical thinking, detail oriented, and exceptional organizational skills. Previous managerial experience desired. Reconditioning experience preferred but not essential. Must have a valid driver’s license with an ability to operate a broad range of vehicle types including automatic and manual transmissions. A Police check is also required.

Key selection criteria will be based on your demonstrated skills and attributes: • Good problem-solving skills • Able to work effectively independently or in a group • Willing to continually learn • Have a professional, positive, can do attitude. Skills are important however the right attitude is essential

To apply for any of the above positions, please forward your Cover Letter & Resume to: OGR Dealer Principal, Mr Bryce Roberts, via email:

To be part of an ambitious, results-driven and rewarding team please email a cover letter and current Resume to:

Applications close 5pm Friday 30th July 2021.

At OneFortyOne, we believe in an inclusive culture that is rich in diverse thinking, ideas and experience. We are interested in high quality people with transferable skills and experience gained from any industry. We understand that our people are the cornerstone to our success. We are passionate about being a great place to work, have industry leading training and employee development programs, good work life balance and competitive remuneration. We are seeking applications from suitably qualified Boiler Operators to support our Jubilee Sawmill operation.

For any queries or further information about the role, please contact Andrew Hoath or 0418 854 269. Applicants must hold valid Australian Working rights and be prepared to undergo a full medical including drug & alcohol, audiometric, spirometry testing & FCE Applications close Friday 2 July 2021

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BAKER A Mount Gambier Bakery seeks a fulltime Qualified Baker. Employer will also consider 3rd or 4th year apprentice. Requirements of the role include: ■ Preparing and produce various types bread rolls, buns, cakes and pastry products ■ Opening of bakery which will involve early morning starts ■ Operating machinery with confidence ■ Monitoring stock control ■ Liaising with front of house staff on stock quantities ■ Overseeing the baking ■ Glaze and decorate cakes & pastries ■ Ordering baking supplies Requirements of the role include: ■ Hold a relevant trade qualification highly desirable ■ Must hold knowledge and commitment to food health and safety rules ■ Self motivated, able to multitask, follow instructions and be a good communicator ■ Possess excellent time management skills Position is Fulltime working Saturday mornings To a roster system. Applications will be regarded as strictly confidential. Resumes should be received no later than; 5.00pm Friday 2nd July, 2021 and should be addressed to: Grace McNally, Gramac Solutions

1a Hedley Street PO Box 413 Mt Gambier SA 5290 Phone (08) 8724 8577 Fax (08) 8724 8599 Email:


Administration / Customer Service Officer The Distributors Mt Gambier are seeking a motivated and enthusiastic Administration Clerk / Customer Service Officer to fill a 12 month full time placement with an immediate start. As a local family-owned company operating for over 30 years, The Distributors Mt Gambier take pride in providing excellent customer service to our existing and expanding client base. The Distributors Mt Gambier offer an extensive range of food and beverage products including catering equipment. Therefore, this role will require a keenness to develop product knowledge. Based in Mount Gambier this position will ideally suit a person with exceptional customer service with the ability to work well under pressure and to tight deadlines. Duties include, but not limited to: • General office duties • Over counter and phone customer service • Collection of products from warehouse for customers • Telesales • Processing orders • Accounts Payable & Receivable • Maintaining current stock levels and entry of new stock • Actioning price rises from Suppliers • Reconciliation of monthly company credit cards • Assisting in collating and checking of paperwork for delivery schedules • Assisting in processing batch invoicing and loading manifests Requirements as follows: • Proficient Microsoft Office skills • Experience in customer service role with exceptional customer service • Accounts Payable experience • Confident and outgoing personality, with excellent written and verbal communication skills • Enthusiastic and willing learner with ability to follow systems • Proactive, self-motivated and have great attention to detail • Highly organised, able to prioritise and work under pressure within a busy team in an open plan office • Possess strong time-management skills, completing tasks quickly and efficiently by specific deadlines • Experience of resolving customer queries and making quick decisions to ensure timely and accurate outcome • Willing to learn other roles within the office The successful applicant will be an ‘all-rounder’ and trained in several roles required to complete the day to day running of the office. All training will be completed in-house including our warehousing software system. If you believe you have the skills and attributes to join the team at The Distributors Mt Gambier, please forward your application and a current resume to Please note only shortlisted applicants who supply a current resume will be contacted.

Road Train / B-Double Log Truck Drivers We have full-time opportunities for MC drivers to join our dynamic team, based in Mount Gambier. Eligible HC drivers willing to upgrade to MC will also be considered.


You will be responsible for safely operating Road Train and B-Double vehicles, including pre start and post checks, and completion of all required documentation. We take pride in our fleet and will provide modern and fully maintained vehicles. We will be offering an attractive salary including excellent working conditions, ongoing industry training and rewarding terms and conditions of employment. Moreland Holdings promotes a healthy workplace, and all applicants must be prepared to undergo a pre-employment medical including drug and alcohol testing.

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To apply please send your resume to: MORELAND HOLDINGS PO Box 2138, Mount Gambier, SA 5290 Or email: Any enquiries phone Office on 08 8725 0656

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Mavis Jean Passed away peacefully surrounded by family on Saturday 5th June 2021 Aged 90 Years Loving wife of David (dec) for 68 years Loved mother and mother-in-law of Ken and Leonie, Gaylene, Brian and Michele, Yvonne, Louise and Mark, Kathy and Charlie, Cherished Nana of 10 Grand Children and Great Nana of 7 Great Grant Children

FUNERAL NOTICE The relatives and friends of the late Mrs Mavis Jean Fartch are respectfully advised that her funeral will be held at the Mount Gambier Crematorium Chapel, Grant Avenue on (TODAY) Wednesday, 23rd June commencing at 2.00pm In lieu of floral tributes a donation to the Mt Gambier Cancer Support Group Inc. PO Box 3088, Mount Gambier SA 5290 would be appreciated In the Care of SOUTH EAST FUNERAL SERVICES 1 White Avenue Phone: 8725 4333


The world has lost an incredible life this week. Rulf & DeKoning family you have our sincere condolences and deepest sympathy during this very sad time. On behalf of the Collins and Dunn Families. Glennister will be sadly missed.



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MGNA Netball

KNT Football

A GRADE Vicis 15 (Jaymee Harkness, Chelsey Wright) lost to Saints 58 (Jordana Jones, Rhiannon Christian); Intruders 81 (Emma Cadzow, Gabriella Chandler) d Zodiacs 22 (Jaslyn Poel, Louise Paltridge); Amazons 18 (Eykolina Benny, Rebecca Northcott) lost to Hobitz 68 (Kathryn Koslowicz, Kym Stewart) A2 GRADE Hobitz 42 (Ieshia Goldsmith, Sierra Young) d Intruders 34 (Dakota Miller, Amber Richardson; Zodiacs 24 (Ellie Cutting, Sonia Morris) lost to Saints 47 (Kiara Childs, Sam Primmer) B1 GRADE Amazons 38 (Laura Long, Nicole Orr) d Intruders Orange 31 (Chernita Goldsmith, Ashlie Michell); Hobitz Red 30 (Makaylah Sanders, Alicia Frankenburg) lost to Hobitz Blue 37 (Christine Alexander, Lily Oakley); Intruders Black 26 (Caitlyn Shephard, Karen Lock) lost to Zodiacs 34 (Tamara Ferguson, Isabella Symonds) B2 GRADE Intruders 16 (Kaitlin Chapman, Chloe Wagstaffe) lost to Saints 53 (Julie Medhurst, Meegan Midwinter); Zodiacs 24 (Tayla Symonds, Kate Treloar) lost to Hobitz 38 (Eliza Cole, Laura Hinge) 17 & UNDER Hobitz Red 51 (Maddie Smith, Emily Stockwell) d Intruders 38 (Paige Hillier, Chernita Goldsmith); Hobitz Blue 60 (Sophie Couldrey, Zahlia Feast) d Saints 21 (Jorja Morale, Giaan Ferguson) 15 & UNDER Zodiacs Gold 21 (Olivia White, Sarah Miller) lost to Intruders 26 (Misty Taylor, Gabrielle Hille); Saints 26 (Lara Tasker, Isabelle Forrest) d Hobitz 24 (Matilda Moors, Lily Day); Vicis 25 (Brie Sherrand, Felicity Kelly) lost to Zodiacs Blue 39 (Mia Watt, Jessica Stutley) 13 & UNDER A Zodiacs 15 (Sienna Copping, Keira Quill) lost to Saints 17 (Mia Forrest, Aynslee Hayman); Hobitz 26 (Addison Dowdy, Lacey Hannaford) d Vicis 10 (Alyssa Ferraro, Halle Moore) 13 & UNDER B Hobitz Blue 10 (Amber Ferrari, Reetinder Kaur) d Amazons 4 (Skye McGregor, Emma Johnson); Zodiacs 2 (Mackenzie Porter, Hannah Bailey) lost to Vicis 14 (Harper Bowering, Miah Jackway); Hobitz Red 4 (Maliya Wingard, Amelie Adams) lost to Intruders 20 (Lily Thomson, Amelie Adams) GO Intruders 7 (Mia Richardson, Charlotte Lock) d Amazons 0 (Scarlette Davidson, Madison Green) ; Vicis 0 (Chelcy Karsten, Maggie Fullerton) lost to Hobitz Blue 12 (Ava Hogan, Hallie Martin); Hobitz Red 0 (Ava Edwards, Isla Clark) lost to Zodiacs 5 (Saskia Brogan, Annabelle Gordon) SET Hobitz 1 (Lacey Howard, Mia Agostinelli) lost to Saints 16 (Sophie Paltridge, Harrison Cram) ; Vicis 5 (Harper Hepburn, Paige Ferguson) d Zodiacs 5 (Gracie Wingard, Tatiana Brogan)

SENIORS Penola 2.3 4.4 8.7 12.9 (81) Kybybolite 1.0 4.3 6.4 11.6 (72) Goals - Penola: A. Merrett 4; J. Currie, S. Merrett 2; B. Bryant.. A. Eckerman, L. March, B. Maney. Kybybolite: S. raig 5; J kelson 2; B. Castine, B. Munn, J. McKay. Best - Penola: B. Egan, S. Klemm, B. Bryant, L. Walker, B. Crabb, S. Merrett. Kybybolite: S. Craig, O. Peltz, B. Munn, C. Masters, T. Kitschke, J. Bittner. Mundulla 6.1 8.2 8.12 9.15 (69) Keith 2.3 3.7 5.8 5.8 (38) Goals - Mundulla: J. Hinge 3; D. Noll 2; N. Mosey, J. Grosser, J. McGrice, D. Mosey. Keith: G. Johnson, M. Thring 2; J. Lush. Best - Mundulla: J. Hinge, N. Mosey, D. Noll, L. Duell, W. Nankivell, T. Perry. Keith: S. McMurray, G. Johnson. W. Schreiber, G. Ryan, M. Thring, P. Capurso. Padthaway 7.1 14.6 18.8 20.16 (136) Border Districts 3.2 3.3 7.7 10.9 (69) Goals - Padthaway: T. Cox, M. Raitt 6; J. Vadermerr 3; J. Vandermeer, J. Richards, N. McCartyhy, L. Harder, T. Redigolo. Border Districts: H. Pretlove, M. Quinn 3; J. Baron, G. Hampton. A. Trowbridge, S. Mansell. Best - Padthaway: M. Raitt, T. Edwards, L. Harder, A. Longbottom, T. Cox, J. McCarthy. Border Districts: M. Quinn, D. Moore, G. Cother, J. Halyar, J. Baron, B. Adams. Kingston 2.2 5.4 8.6 11.8 (74) Bordertown 2.5 5.6 7.9 8.11 (59) Goals -Kongston: B. Warner 3; J. Siviour, C. Wood 2; J. Fisher, T. Burns. B. Kennedy, H. Wright. Bordertown: C. McCarthy, J. Searle, T. Whittlesea 2; T. Neville, K. Cuthbertson. Best - Kingston: T. Rogers, B. warner, C. Wood, J. Milligan, H. Wright, S. Robertson. Bordertown: Q. McCallum, R. Tink, B. Hayes, M. Leigh, C. McCarthy, J. Searle. Lucindale 1.1 5.4 5.6 7.11 (53) Naracorote 3.1 3.1 5.6 6.9 (45) Goals - Lucindale: S. Spriggs 2; S. Williams, T. Logan, R. Milne, S. Mardling, A. McCarthy. Naracoorte: N. Block, S. Willson, R. taggert, W. Limbert, C. Stokie, J. Sellars. Best - Lucindale: H. Tregoweth, L. Jones, A. McCarthy, T. Ware, S. Spriggs, D. Ogilvie. Naracoorte: K. Jacobs, W. Limbert, S. bates, J. MacDonald, N. Lacey, Z. walker. RESERVES Lucindale 14.9 (93) d Naracorote 7.4 (46) padthaway 22.9 (141) d Border Districts 8.4 (52) Bordertown 17.15 (117) d Kingston 1.3 (9) Penola 9.10 (64) d Kybybolite 8.10 (58) Mundulla 12.7 (79) d Keith 9.7 (61) SENIOR COLTS Kybybolite 9.10 (64) d Penola 1.3 (9) Mundulla 6.10 (46) d keith 5.4 (34) Bordertown 11.13 (79) d Kingston 6.5 (41) JUNIOR COLTS Kybybolite 11.8 (74) d Penola 1.5 (11) Mundulla 5.7 (37) d Keith 3.5 (23) Naracoorte 9.11 (65) d Padthaway Lucindale 0.1 (1) Bordertown 8.13 (61) d Kingston 0.0 (0)

KNT Netball

A GRADE Penola 73 (A Possingham, G Winter) d Kybybolite 50 (C Hodges, S Maber); Keith 58 (S Lubcke, M Harper) d Mundulla 41 (A Lovering, A Eastwood); Lucindale 48 d Naracoorte 31; Border Districts 58 (E Hausler, L Pitt) d Padthaway 33 (A Giles, A Hoyle) A RESERVE Penola 52 (J Lythgo, A Ey) d Kybybolite 32 (S Dyer, M Moss); Keith 71 (B Griffin, C Mitchell) d Mundulla 37 (M Dowling, R Duell); Naracoorte 56 d Lucindale 37; Border Districts 74 (A Mould, C Tink) d Padthaway 33 (S Tuckwood, C Nolan); Bordertown 60 (C Stott, Z Hawker) d Kingston 57 (G Exton, M Armfield) B GRADE Penola 41 (M Gartner, A Redman) d Kybybolite 36 (C Allen, Z Skeer); Keith 53 (E McLeay, J Gilbertson) d Mundulla 22 (L Bennett, S Kennett); Naracoorte 69 d Lucindale 31; Padthaway 44 (K Woodman, K Lang) d Border Districts 43 (L Bird, S Selig) C GRADE Penola 47 (T Berkin, J Lucas) d Kybybolite 30 (E Rasheed, D Forest); Keith 47 (M Richman, S Bunnett) d Mundulla 34 (A Hood, M Jefferies); Narcoorte 59 d Lucindale 26; Padthaway 46 (J Pretlove, C Kupke) d Border Districts 33 (Z Hoctor, L Gower); Bordertown 35 (T Rayner, A McDonald) drew Kingston 35 (N Crane, A Menz) DIVISION ONE • Penola 56 (E Berkin, L Catlin) d Kybybolite 39 (B Ewer, G Romer); Keith 54 (A Goode, S Makin) d Mundulla 30 (A Croser, M Dowling) Naracoorte 46 d Lucindale 27; Kingston 35 (T Daniel, S Woodward) d Bordertown 28 (M McFarlane, H Twigden) DIVISION TWO • Penola 33 (R Merrett, A Copping) d Kybybolite 31 15 & UNDER Penola 44 (H Flint, A Morton) d Kybybolite 26 (K Miller, M Hoare); Keith 36 (M Evans, C McInerney) d Mundulla 34 (K Schneider, L Kennett); Naracoorte 52 d Lucindale 17; Border Districts 52 (A Mahney, L Larder) d Padthaway 50 (A Charlick, B Edwards); Kingston 62 (J Mules, K Pilmore) d Bordertown 22 (M Blackwell, Z Faulds) 13 & UNDER A Penola 45 (M Marlow, C Bailey) d Kybybolite 25 (P Wardle, T Garwood); Keith 55 (D Clark, L Clark) d Mundulla 35 (J Altus, K Moreton); Naracoorte 33 d Lucindale 22; Border Districts 23 (G Mahney, C Boddington) d Padthaway 10 (H Edwards, S Cornish); Kingston 39 (G Miller, A Rasheed) d Bordertown 19 (Z Harvey, A Blackwell) 13 & UNDER B Mundulla 27 (O Excell, S Leach) d Keith 13 (E Willis, M Altus) Bordertown 21 (J Carnemolla, A Stratford) d Kingston 8 (C Pink, E Schaefer)



Mid South East Netball A GRADE • Glencoe 48 (A. Edwards, E. Thompson) d Port MacDonnell 25 (L. Mcgregor, M. Moore); Mt Burr 71 (H. Clark, L. Schultz) d Kongorong 10 (E. McIntyre, E. Lightbody); Tantanoola 62 (C. Walker, E. Gould) d Robe 55; Hatherleigh 86 (L. MacGregor, M. Redman) d Nangwarry 30 (H Burner, A. Pratt) A RESERVE • Glencoe 48 (M. Watson, A. Finnis) d Port MacDonnell 39 (M. Millard, C. Manning); Kongorong 49 (K. Farrell, B. Fuller) d Mt Burr 41 (L. Baker, J. Hayward); Tantanoola 61 (E. Rathjen, G. Clarke) d Robe 16 (A. Culley, E. Mackey); Hatherleigh 47 (A. Wight, M. Smith) d Nangwarry 20 (B. Fullford, T. James) B GRADE • Glencoe 52 (A. Cleggett, K. Medhurst) d Port MacDonnell 48 (N. Sanderson, K. Millard); Mt Burr 37 (M. Bowering, Z. Burns) d Kongorong 34 (S. Elshaug, B. Holmes); Tantanoola 52 (A. Mason, L. Kuiper) d Robe 29 (T. Jess, M. Bathurst-Warren); Hatherleigh 69 (E. Cook, M. Butler) d Nangwarry 35 (S. Judd, J. Glynn) B RESERVE • Port MacDonnell 51 (F. Scott, C. Smith) d Glencoe 38 (A. Tweddle, K. Sealey); Mt Burr 44 (M. Grant, A. Collyer) d Kongorong 26 (T. Mullan, J. Brown); Tantanoola 48 (J. taylor, F. Roberts) d Robe 19; Hatherleigh 56 (S. Faulkner, K. Bowman) d Nangwarry 9 (T. Blok, M. Glynn) 17 & UNDER • Port MacDonnell 39 d Glencoe 23 (C. Bignell, Z. Halton); Mt Burr 48 (A. Ballantyne, M. Johnston) d Kongorong 20 (S. Sander, P. Beare); Robe 59 (B. Carter, M. Wirth) d Tantanoola 15 (M. Kelly, E. Clarke); Hatherleigh 104 (E. redden, R. Nettle) d Nangwarry 15 15 & UNDER • Port MacDonnell 44 (S. Jones, B. McPherson) d Glencoe 17 (J. Mutch, C. Scott); Mt Burr 44 (M. Gregory, M. Burns) d Kongorong 4 (S. Kemp, Y. Congdon); Robe 26 (G. Wirth, C. Rayner) d Tantanoola 25 (D. Bevan); Hatherleigh 59 (K. Carruthers, N. Faulkner) d nangwarry 43 (E. Timms, L. McKinnon)d 13 & UNDER • Port MacDonell 24 (B. Lewis, J. Morgan) d Glencoe 21 (V. Thorne, R. Buckley); Mt Burr 44 (S. Smith, L. Schultz) d Kongorong 7 (I. Vandepeer, R. Janeway); Robe 37 d Tantanoola 13 (B. Roberts, L. bentley); Hatherleigh 35 (K. Nettle, A. Haines) d Nangwarry 28 (K. McNair, K. Epiha)

Western Border Netball

A GRADE • South Gambier 58 (L. Munro, B. Bouchier) d Casterton Sandford 51 (C. Humphries, T. Broomby); East Gambier 63 (T. McCallum, A. Bosko) d Millicent 55 (L. Denton, P. Nitschke); North Gambier 56 (M. Whaites, E. Brown) d West Gambier 53 (N. Facey, S. Ritter) A RESERVE • Casterton Sandford 64 (A. Humphries, H. Rhook) d South Gambier 28 (M. Thiele, M. Kuhl); Millicent 66 (S. Ellis, A. Campbell) d East Gambier 51 (S. McKinnon, C. Horrigan); North Gambier 61 (J. Little, A. Bryan) d West Gambier 42 (C. Hunter, E. Dawe) B GRADE • South Gambier 58 (L. Bruggemann, J. O’Neil) d Casterton Sandford 41 (E. Murray, L. Lane); Millicent 60 (H. Douglas, J. Sunderland) d East Gambier 22 (E. Hudson, I. Whaites); North Gambier 54 (A. Circelli, S. Dally) d West Gambier 39 (L. Jones, A. Boyd) C GRADE • South Gambier 35 (B. Winterfield, M. Dalton) d Casterton Sandford 26 (K. Cameron, K. Hutchins); Millicent 27 (S. Sims, N. Batten) d East Gambier 25 (C. Burford, G. Quick); North Gambier 51 (H Fox, B. Young) d West Gambier 31 (K. Earle, O. James) 17 & UNDER • South Gambier 52 (T. McShane, C. Dunn) d Casterton Sandford 30 (C. Humphries, M. Hutchins); Millicent 70 (O. Dean, D. Tunkin) d East Gambier 39 (A. Bosko, K. Dempsey); West Gambier 62 (H. Pearson, T. Bryant) d North Gambier 45 (L. Norman, A. Tentye) 15 & UNDER A • Casterton Sandford 26 (P. Carlin, M. Patton) d South Gambier 17 (C. Ryan, S. Wight); Millicent 63 (A. Janssen, L. Paul) d East Gambier 25 (M. Lamb, T. Burford); North Gambier 54 (T. Jones, L. Roulstone) d West Gambier 23 (L. Simpson, L. Croker) 15 & UNDER B • Casterton Sandford 53 (I. Lane, C. Hulm) d South Gambier 13 (C. Attiwill, A. Solomons); Millicent 26 (A. Pratt, B. Gysbers) d East gambier 24 (M. Button, T. Geraghty); North Gambier 23 (S. Brown, E. Mustart) d West Gambier 21 (M. Pearson, I. McGregor) 13 & UNDER A • South Gambier 34 (B. Ridding, R. Milich) d Casterton Sandford 19 (B. Carlin, A. Crauford); Millicent 64 (P. Paul, E. Crowe) d East Gambier 10 (K. Kerr, S. Clark); North Gambier 62 (E. Adam, M. Collins) d West Gambier 11 (E. Jolley, S. Lindner) 13 & UNDER B • Casterton Sandford 22 (A. Bailey, A. Crauford) d South Gambier 17 (Z. Cole, T. Sims); Millicent 39 (J. Hibberd, T. Grosser) d East Gambier 9 (I. Mee, M. Beveridge); North Gambier 30 (G. Nulty, M. Griffiths) d West Gambier 11 (M. Dyson, L. Murdoch) 11 & UNDER • Casterton Sandford 14 (M. Robbins, C. Longhurst) d South Gambier 4 (H. Wilson, C. Sims); West Gambier 12 (C. Hunter, H. Lindner) d North Gambier 3 (G. Collins, J. Baron)


Perryman takes out short course at Blue Lake The 4th round of the Short Course Trophy sponsored by Grant and Dianne Perryman was played at the Blue Lake Golf Club last Wednesday and was only interrupted with a couple of light showers with all back in the clubhouse basically dry. In Division 1, the winner Dianne Perryman and runner up Josie Ashby, have both conquered the short course having been in the winners’ circle two out of the four rounds. Perryman played to her 10 handicap carding 36 points, scoring 20 on the front nine that included five pars and a four point birdie. The back nine, more challenging, proved just that only parring the 10th and 16th. The one and only wipeout came on the 12th but a birdie four points made that up and finished with 16 points. Ashby got off to a slow start heading to her 33 points also on a 10 handicap. Only picking up three pars on the front nine and 14 points on the turn. Trouble loomed after wiping the 10th and 11th. Ashby is known to pull her socks up and she certainly did that having a birdie on the 12th and parring five of the six holes that were left finishing with 19 points.

In Division 2 it is the same story, it was Lynette Hirth’s second win playing the short course and she happily accepted her Blue Lake Golf Club voucher, competition sponsors of the day. Her splits of 14 and 12 were enough to get her over the line after a countback was required from Lucy Richards, also her second time in the winners circle, when both carded 26 points. Richards scored 16 on the front nine with the back nine proving her nemesis scoring only 10 points.

Nearest to the pin 2nd shot winners on the par 3 14th were Bev Pascoe (Div 1) and Fay Price (Div 2). The pro-shot on the downhill par 3 5th was won by Karen Panagopolous. This week will be back to the red markers and the competition will be a 18 hole stableford. SHORT COURSE TROPHY: Division 2 runner up Lucy Richards & winner Lynette Hirth with Division 1 runner up Josie Ashby & winner Dianne Perryman.

Small field for Millicent 2-4-2

Names had to be registered by 12.30pm to play and the weather was rather threatening with rain most of the morning but it didn’t deter 14 very dedicated bowlers from playing the Millicent Bowls Club 2-4-2 competition last week and as it turned out the afternoon was fine. Due to the odd number two of the six teams had to play in a triple, with Ros Varcoe, David Botting and Bill Burdon taking out first place with a score of 33+15. Second place saw, Ross Warren, Peter Bateman and Robert Radley with a score of 32+4. The other winning team for the day was Derk Pietersma and Peter Varcoe 2-4-2 WINNERS: (Above left) David Botting, Ros Varcoe & Bill Burdon 2-4-2 RUNNERS UP: (Above right): Robert Radley, Ross Warren & Peter Bateman





Mid South East Football

SENIORS Port MacDonnell 9.2 13.4 22.9 26.11 (167) Glencoe 0.2 4.3 7.4 8.4 (52) Goals - Pt Mac: D. Bromley 7; T. Sullivan 6; M. Stark 5; D. McElroy 3; B. Newton 2; N. Wilke, M. Smith, R. Timms. Glencoe: D. Childs 3; J. Edmonds, A. Hentschke 2; P. Mitchell. Best - Pt Mac: J. Schleter, J. Langdon, D. Bromley, M. Stark, T. Sullivan,. D. McElroy. Glencoe: D. Childs, P. Mitchell, J. Blackwell, D. Paproth, B. Glynn, J. Miller. Mt Burr 5.2 6.7 9.10 15.14 (104) Kongorong 2.3 2.5 4.5 6.7 (43) Goals - Mt Burr: J. Gregory 4; T. Hales 3; N. Muhovics 2; T. Stanley, J. Wallis, J. Fiebig, S. Wallis, W. Bowering, J. Wallis. Kongorong: J. Simkin 2; B. Cordy, M. Waters, C., Slape, P. Ellis. Best - Mt Burr: T. Stanley, J. Fiebig, A. Ridley, B. Scott. B. Poulish, J. Gregory. Kongorong: M. waters, M. Von Stanke, M. Weistra, H, Evans, B. Long. Robe 5.2 9.6 13.11 22.12 (144) Tantanoola 0.1 4.2 7.4 9.8 (62) Goals - Robe: B. Laurie 6; Z. Deane 5; R. Dickinson 3; F. Peel, J. Kelly 2; K. Dunn, J. Lines A. Weir, E. Regnier. Tantanoola: H. Brown, J. Ryan 2; J. Dawe, E. Cushion, Z. Walker. L. English. Best - Robe: B. Laurie, K. Dunn, J. Sneath, A. Weir, J. kelly, J. Hentschke. Tantanoola: H. Brown C. Kelly, J. Dawe, D. Pink, J. Cytrowski. Hatherleigh 4.1 13.6 20.6 27.10 (172) Nangwarry 1.1 3.2 6.4 7.6 (48) Goals - Hatherleigh: No details available. Nangwarry: B. Arundell, T. vanderhorst, G. McWaters 2; B. Dinnison. Best - Hatherleigh: No details available. nangwarry: I. Raymond, T. Vanderhorst, L. Thomson, G. McWaters, S. Shaw, J. McKeon. RESERVES Port MacDonnell 12.8 (80) d Glencoe 7.5 (47) Kongorong 15.6 (96) d Mt Burr 6.2 (38) Robe 10.3 (63) d Tantanoola 6.7 (43) Hatherleigh 18.21 (129) d Nangwarry 0.1 (1) SENIOR COLTS Glencoe 23.15 (153) d Port macDonnell 1.3 (9) Kongorong 13.4 (82) d Mt Burr 7.5 (47) Robe 6.9 (45) d Tantanoola 6.2 (38) Hatherleigh 12.8 (80) d Nangwarry 5.10 (40) JUNIOR COLTS Glencoe 8.10 (58) d Port MacDonnell 2.3 (15) Kongorong 8.7 (55) d Mt Burr 4.4 (28) Robe 12.13 (85) d Tantanoola 1.1 (7) Hatherleigh 7.4 (46) d Nangwarry 0.3 (3)


Western Border Football SENIORS Millicent 4.1 11.3 14.4 20.7 (127) East Gambier 2.3 5.4 9.6 15.6 (96) Goals -Millicent: G. Robinson 13; F. Bradley 3; S. Willis, J. Carger, E. Redman, K. Dunn. East: B. Nunan 4; B. Clark 3; S. Lock, M. Rumbelow 2; J. Eldridge, T. Lockwood. D. Christian, M. Willson. Best - Millicent: G. Robinson, B. Shanks, Z. McGuiness, F. Grimes, F. Bradley, C. Gallio. East: M. Willson, J. Harrap, S. Lock, D. Christian, B. Clark, M. Rumbelow. South Gambier 5.4 11.11 15.18 18.24 (132) Casterton Sandford 3.3 3.4 4.6 4.8 (32) Goals - South: K. Eagleson 5; B. Kain 3; C. Munro 2; B. Howard, J. Tentye, M. Hein, B. O’Neil, B. Keding, J. Casey, S. Enderl, O. Thomson. Casterton Sandford: R. Killey 2; J. Smith, J. Gibbs. Best - South: J. Tentye, J. Casey, B. Keding, D. Handreck, K. Eagleson, D. Stratford. Casterton Sandford: R. Killey, J. Gibbs, G. Parsons, D. Cleary, J. Carlin D. Wombwell. North Gambier 3.4 5.9 6.12 11.15 (81) West Gambier 2.0 2.0 4.3 6.6 (42) Goals - North: J. McConnell, T. McLennan 3; A. Kitschke, N. Moretti, W. Stafford, H. Telford, N. McInerney. West: T. Lewis 2; J. Coombe, J. Williams, M. Waldron, B. Papps. Best - North: A. Kitschke, M. Whan, T. McLennan, N. Moretti. N. McInerney. J. Schutz. West: A. Pfitzner, L. Bradley-Brown, T. Holmes, M. Minuzzo, D. Robbins, J. Pfitzner. RESERVES Millicent 5.7 (37) d East Gambier 2.6 (18) West Gambier 12.10 (82) d North Gambier 2.3 (15) South Gambier 24.20 (164) d Casterton Sandford 1.0 (6) UNDER 18 Millicent 14.9 (93) d East Gambier 2.1 (13) West Gambier 6.8 (44) drew with North Gambier 6.8 (44) UNDER 16 Millicent 13.8 (86) d East Gambier 1.5 (11) West Gambier 6.9 (45) d North Gambier 6.5 (41) South Gambier White 17.12 (114) d Casterton Sandford 1.1 (7) UNDER 14 Millicent 5.11 (41) d East Gambier 2.8 (20) North Gambier 9.7 (61) d West Gambier 1.1 (7) South Gambier White 9.12 (66) d Casterton Sandford 1.2 (8)

Table tennis round nine action Round 8 of the Mount Gambier Autumn season produced some hotly contested matches as teams continue to vie for a spot in the finals nearing the pointy end of the season. A Grade’s Anything IDK, led superbly by Chandler Jantosh, asserted dominance early against an undermanned Moore Or Less and were never troubled despite a spirited late fightback from Andrew Moore and ben Newman. Jantosh won both of his singles rubbers, helping his team to a comfortable 7-4 victory.

In the A Grade’s other match up, Assassins and Tigers were both missing players and played out a modified 2-on-2 match. Assassins player Nick Aston produced a sterling individual performance to come away undefeated, however an even team effort from Robin Pellen and Ward Freeman gave Tigers the 3-2 victory. The highlight of the match was Pellen’s 5-game tussle with Assassins player Kevin Patzel. Patzel started strongly, taking the first game before Pellen

going point-for- point before Pellen finally prevailed in a nailbiter. 3-rubber winners: • A Grade: Chandler Jantosh (Anything IDK), Nick Aston (Assassins) • B1 Grade: Aaron McPhee (Warriors), Sarah Thompson (SRS) • B2 Grade: Rob Halleday (Hardcore), Felix Owusu (Rockets) • C Grade: Tom Horrigan (Odd Bunch), Andrew Schubert (The Outcasts) fought back, taking the next two. Patzel then sent the rubber into a deciding game, the combatants


Indoor bowls results Kimberly-Clark Australia Pennants - Round 9 Commercial Club 87 d Blue Lake Bowlers White 44, Wandilo Water Rats 72 d Moorak Red 45, RSL & District 57 d Saints 50, Yahl 54 d Mil Lel 53, Mt Gambier Bowls Club 77 d Blue Lake Bowlers Blue 40, Glencoe 55 d Glenburnie 50, Post-Tel 54 d Moorak Blue 43, Kongorong Bye. Shield Qualification - Premiership Table after Round 9 Commercial Club 18 points, 173.79%; Wandilo Water Rats 16,159.33; Post-Tel 14, 161.02; Glenburnie 12, 132.76; Mt Gambier Bowls Club 10, 112.06; RSL & District 10, 111.92; Mil Lel 8, 120.00; Saints 8, 96.57; Blue Lake Bowlers Blue 6, 74.56; Moorak Red 6, 72.94; Kongorong 6, 70.66; Glencoe 4, 80.36; Moorak Blue 4, 74.69; Yahl 2, 79.27; Blue Lake Bowlers White 2, 60.62.

Gentsomes competition

Twenty one ladies enjoyed the popular Gentsomes Competition at Attamurra last Wednesday. The warmer climates have tempted some members to travel north hence the smaller fields, however the teams of three tackled the cold and calm conditions with enthusiasm. The sponsors for the day were fellow members, Carol Smith and Janina Morrison with the latter presenting the winners and runners up with vouchers for their efforts. The winning team comprised Lyn Hudson, Vicki Clark and Jan Shanahan with a respectable score of 84 points from the runner up team of Janina Morrison, Kathy Ewer and Faye Mainwaring with 82 points. The ball rundown team of Jennette Braun, Mary Kentish and Pauline Paterson won a ball each on a countback with 76 points. The pro shot for the day on the 8th hole was won the accurate Faye Mainwaring while the second shot on the 10th hole in A, B and C grades was won by Carol Davis, Lyn Hudson and Pauline Paterson respectively. Saturday saw perfect conditions for the fourteen ladies who played in a par competition. Marie Douglas found the first nine challenging including four wipes but rallied on the back nine finishing with two pars to claim the winner’s prize with 1 down. Di O’Donnell was runner up with consistent nines of 1 down each side to finish one stroke behind Douglas. O’Donnell also claimed the pro shot prize on the 8th hole. Ball run down winners were Lyndal McInerney, Vicki Clark, Bev Pedlar, Leanne Hunt, Heather Chapman and Penne Saffin. WINNING TEAM: Lyn Hudson, Vicki Clark & Jan Shanahan.

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Buckley surges to line Small field battles tough conditions in cycling club’s Winter Series Following the successful running of the 100 Mile Classic, 110km Women’s race and the State Kermesse Championships a few weeks ago, the Mount Gambier Cycling Club has continued to run a Winter Series over a variety of courses. At the beignning of this month, seven hardy souls drove their bikes towards Kongorong, as well as one other rider who thought they needed a nice warm up first and rode out there in the wet and blustery conditions. The course for this race was to be four laps of a little 8km loop around the

Kongorong township; a nice flat course made much tougher by the northerly wind and rain that made for a tough sprint to the finish line. With seven riders signed on, it was decided to send away one group of four with a 10 minute head start before the final three riders banded together to chase them down. Each group was to try to stay together for as long as possible. The first group, the second scratch group, to leave consisted of Damian Buckley, Dean Zeven, Spek Peake and Jason

Millicent 2-4-2 results

The 2-4-2 competition at the Millicent Bowls Club prior to the June Long Weekend saw 27 players take to the green in chilly but fine weather. Three teams of triples played using three bowls each, with one rink having two of the triples teams playing against each other. The winning team this week with a score of 33+17 was Eddie Hann and Adriana Ross (pictured above left) each taking home the $27 prize pool. Second

place went to the team of Malcolm Wright and Carl Schapel (pictured above right) with a score of 33+7. Other winning teams for the day were Ros Varcoe, David Botting and Ian Ross 32+5, Joy Warren, Denis Clifford, Peter Varcoe 32+3, Del Parsons, Terry Barnes 32+2 and a draw between Mary Clifford, Neil Whelan and Graham Loveday, Iain Campbell both teams winning 10 ends with equal shots of 15 each.

Buckland. With the benefit of some tailwind, they were able to get approximately 5km into the 34km race before the final group of Jami Buckley, Phil Stasiw and Matthew Opperman set off. Each group worked well together for the first few laps, encouraging the slower rider to their best efforts, but the second scratch bunch were caught by the faster group before 24km had been raced. As the riders hit the headwind on their third lap, the stronger of the limit riders were allowed to race without the encumbrance of the slower rider.

All seven riders completed the set course of four laps after some encouragement from the other riders, with Jami Buckley surging to the line to finish ahead of Opperman and Stasiw. Damian Buckley powered his way to the line ahead of Zeven, while Peake battled a flat rear tyre on his final lap to finish ahead of Buckland. There was not be a race on the long weekend, with the penultimate race of the winter series to be run on another potentially windy course near Tantanoola on June 20.

Indoor bowls results KimberlyClark Australia Pennants Round 8 Commercial Club 81 d Moorak Red 39, Saints 84 d Blue Lake Bowlers White 34, Wandilo Water Rats 60 d Mil Lel 41, RSL & District 71 d Blue Lake Bowlers Blue 38, Kongorong 57 d Yahl 56, Glenburnie 55 d Post-Tel 27, Mt Gambier Bowls Club 64 d Moorak Blue 56, Glencoe Bye. Shield Qualification - Premiership Table after Round 8 Commercial Club 16 points, 170.60%; Wandilo Water Rats 14,159.24; Post-Tel 12, 166.31; Glenburnie 12, 139.21; Mil Lel 8, 123.41; RSL & District 8, 111.63; Mt Gambier Bowls Club 8, 103.27; Saints 8, 97.72; Blue Lake Bowlers Blue 6, 78.51; Moorak Red 6, 74.56; Kongorong 6, 70.66; Moorak Blue 4, 74.16; Glencoe 2, 77.06; Blue Lake Bowlers White 2, 62.39; Yahl 0, 76.38.

Federal support for local athletes Sports stars secure assistance from Local Sporting Champions Program A number of young local sporting champions in the Limestone Coast have received grants through the Federal Government’s Local Sporting Champions Program to assist them in pursuing their sporting dreams. Federal Member for Barker Tony Pasin recently met with four of the recipients in Mount Gambier to present them with certificates and congratulate them on their

achievements. Administered by the Australian Sports Commission, the Federal Government program recognises the sporting achievements of young people who have represented their team at a state or national sporting competition throughout Australia. The initiative awards successful individual applicants a minimum of $500 to assist with the cost of travel, accommodation, uniforms

or equipment. The program is available to young people, between the ages of 12 and 18, travelling more than 250 kilometres return to compete. “The program is a rolling application process and I encourage all sporting groups and individuals that meet the eligibility criteria to apply,” Mr Pasin said. For more information on the Local Sporting Champions

program go to: http://www. local_sporting_champions LOCAL SPORTING CHAMPIONS: (Below left) Rhys Earle, Hayden Crowe, Member for Barker Tony Pasin, Connor Millhouse & Ben Young. Absent: Tara Bryant, Mercedes Theobald, Bertus van Niekerk & Aiden Cameron.

Local Sporting Champions: • Hayden Crowe – Athletics - Australian Track and Field Championships • Ben Young – Basketball - U18 Australian National Basketball Championship • Connor Millhouse – Hockey - 2021 Australian Under 18 Mens Outdoor Championships • Rhys Earle – Hockey - Under 15 Australian Championships • Tara Bryant – Basketball – 2021 Australian National Junior Championship • Mercedes Theobald – Hockey - U18 Womens National Championships • Bertus van Niekerk – Cycling - 2021 Cycling Australia Junior National Track Championships • Aiden Cameron – Hockey - U18 Mens Australian Championship, Hockey Australia

Tough conditions for Blue Lake golfers

It was a blustery, cold, but rain free day earlier this month for the 3rd round of the Dianne and Grant Perryman short course trophy at the Blue Lake Golf Club. The brave competitors were pleased to have a decent day for their round of golf after the heavens had opened on the previous day.The day’s competition sponsors were Bill and Carolyn Melhuish, Margaret Street Meat. Handicapper Dianne Perryman in Division 1 had no trouble addapting to the heavy conditions carding 74/10/64. Perryman’s front nine comprised no less than six pars finishing with 37 gross, added to her back nine of also 37 with a birdie three on the 10th and pars on the 13th, 16th and 17th. Vice Captain Geraldine Scott also had a good day out carding 82/14/68 playing steady golf with splits of 42/40 that included 4 pars and was pleased to accept the runner-up voucher. Followed closely by Josie Ashby and LeeAnne Medhurst both nett 71. In Division 2 Lesley McPherson was back in the winner’s circle signing for 88/21/67 proving her last few wins were not flukes. McPherson had a credible 39 gross on the front nine including three pars, but unfortunately the back nine proved challenging with 49 gross. Runner-up Lucy Richards was also pleased to round out the podium scoring 91/21/70 that only included 1 par but was able to keep the score steady with splits of 44/47. Followed by Fay Price and Beryl Mahoney both nett 73. The nearest to the pin on the 14th was Rosemary Martland. Unfortunately the Division 2 ball prize went begging as did the pro-shot. WINNERS: (Above top) Division 1 winner Dianne Perryman , runner up Gerraldine Scott with Division 2 winner Lesley McPherson & runner up Lucy Richards. BRAVING THE ELEMENTS: (Above bottom) Happy to finish were Ronda Edwards, Josie Ashby & Cherryl Hill after a blustery day.




Locals aiming for national glory Mount Gambier shooters set to head north for long range rifle national championships Mount Gambier is blessed with shooting talent and in the discipline of long range target shooting this is very evident with four representatives that will shoot in the South Australian team in Brisbane this month. Senior shooters Flav Konieczny, Shannon Dyer and South Australian team captain Kym Muller along with seven other of South Australia’s best female and male shooters from afar including Port Pirie, Wallaroo, Adelaide and Murray Bridge have been training bi-monthly for the past two years in preparation of the national teams match which is held in different state on a rotating basis to put the best 10 of each State’s shooters against each other. With efforts of these shooters and development of their shooting technique, equipment and great team spirit the South Australian

team has great hopes and belief that they are ready to bring home some very nice trophies. Shooters will fire up to 200 rounds from the 308 calibre rifle over a four day competition which is broken down to winning a possible 10 magnificent trophies that are up for grabs, and the prestige of calling your state the best long range shooters in Australia. With one of Mount Gambier’s representatives for the South Australian Under 25 team, Duncan Muller,16 years of age, will attend his first national team event on the tricky Belmont rifle range in Brisbane shooting over distances from 300 metres back to 1000 metres (one kilometre from the target) and aiming to hit a bullseye that is just 250mm in diameter without the use of any telescopic sights. This is all done with peep

sights, allowing for the wind over this distance is very difficult and deserves the utmost attention to the flags that are placed down the range and changing every

Table tennis round seven action Round 7 of the Mount Gambier Autumn season again displayed some high quality table tennis in all four grades. A Grade matches produced vastly different results, Anything IDK comfortably accounting for Tigers by 8 rubbers to 3, whilst Sweet Sour Pork were pushed to the limits by Leigh Barry’s Assassins, eventually escaping with a 6-5 win. The Sweet combination of Travis and Sirinat, together with teammate Ward Freeman, helped Sweet Sour Pork skip out to a 3-0 lead early before Leigh Barry and Kevin Patzel produced an almighty fightback for Assassins to almost snatch victory from the jaws of defeat. In the end Travis Sweet’s clean sheet and Sirinat’s tense five-game victory over Nick

Aston proved the difference. In the other match, Anything IDK’s Chandler Jantosh also remained undefeated in his singles rubbers. B1 began with Aaron McPhee and Graham Jantosh leading The Warriors into battle against McPheest. The hotly anticipated encounter between McPhee and his mother Katrina playing for the McPheest team lived up to all expectations, mother starting strongly and seemingly having control of the situation with a two-game lead before youthful exuberance kicked in, Aaron powering to a strong fightback and eventual triumph in 5 thrilling games. This would prove the deciding matchup, Aaron’s Warriors taking out the match by 6 rubbers to 5. In the other B1 contest Colossal Gnomes were

inspired by a strong performance by David Fox to a comfortable 7-4 win over Top Deck. In B2, Felix Owusu led his Rockets team to a commanding 7-4 win over Young And Old while

shot to give guidance to strength and direction of the wind so that mental calculations can be made to allow in some cases up to 15 metres deviation of the bullet.

STATE REPRESENTATIVES: Duncan Muller, Kym Muller, Shannon Dyer & Flav Konieczny

ACL completely outclassed and outplayed The Celtics, cruising to a 8-3 victory. Owusu only dropped one game for the night in a dominant display, whilst for ACL Corey Jeffery also performed strongly to maintain a clean sheet. In the C Grade, 3 Of A Kind were without their star No.1 player Campbell Fox, subbed out through illness, and it proved to be very costly for them. Nat Harris-Jones’ Outcasts took full advantage of the opportunity, recording a comfortable 7-4

victory. In the final C Grade encounter of the evening, Nudee Cook and Tracey Escreet led Fires to a surprisingly dominant victory over Tom Horrigan’s Odd Bunch with surprising ease, Fires taking out the contest 8-3. Cook and Escreet both came away undefeated on the night. 3-rubber winners: • A Grade: Travis Sweet (Sweet & Sour Pork), Chandler Jantosh (Anything IDK) • B1 Grade: David Fox (Colossal Gnomes), Aaron McPhee, Graham Jantosh (Warriors) • B2 Grade: Felix Owusu (Rockets), Corey Jefferey (ACL) • C Grade: Andrew Schubert (The Outcasts), Nudee Cook, Tracey Escreet (Fires) EYE ON THE PRIZE: Travis Sweet in action during round seven.

Pegler survives challenge Attamurra ladies brave some wild conditions Jackets, hats, layers of warm clothing were the order of the day to combat the challenging conditions on the Wednesday before the June Long Weekend at Attamurra due to the very strong winds and freezing temperatures. However, that did not deter 23 diehard ladies who participated in the second round of the Hudson Plumbing Trophy. Scores were generally lower than normal with putting quite difficult on the fast greens. A countback was necessary and Andrea Pegler who is enjoying her new sticks was the winner with 31 points from Janina Morrison. One shot further back was Faye Mainwaring who finished third with 30 points to take the

Madd Bites prize. The pro shot on the 8th hole was challenging with many ladies using a different stick to what they normally use due to the strong southerly but Heather Teakle judged it the best to claim the pro shot. In A grade, the second shot on the 10th hole was won by Helen McIntyre who finished 13-1/2 centimetres from the hole while in B grade, Janina Morrison claimed the prize. The monthly C grade prize sponsored by Kathy Ewer was won by Heather Chapman. Ball rundown winners were Kathy Ewer, Yvonne Shirley, Jan Shanahan and Di O’Donnell who needed 28 points or better to claim a ball.

The Friday before the Long Weekend saw the first round of the home and away matches for the Peweena Shield against Naracoorte Golf Club ladies played in perfect weather. This inter club exchange has been played for more than 80 years and the Mount Gambier ladies scored well, winning seven matches to one with three other matches squared. Quite a few matches were very close and could have gone either way and Naracoorte look forward to hosting the return match in September at Naracoorte. A field of 15 ladies played a stableford round the following day including visitor Debra Bradley from Tea Tree Gully

Golf Club. Lady Captain, Faye Mainwaring enjoyed the much better conditions to claim the winner’s prize with a brilliant score of 41 points. Mainwaring scored 41/42 for an 83 off the stick which included two birdies. Carol Smith survived the four war way countback from Betty McKechnie,

Carol Davis and Kathy Ewer, all with 36 points to take the runner up prize. PLACEGETTERS FROM ROUND TWO OF HUDSON PLUMBING TROPHY: Faye Mainwaring (third), runner up Janina Morrison & winner Andrea Pegler.




State Title at SEAC Park Bowering emerges as the best in South Australia Even though Mother Nature tossed down some handy rain for the district in the week leading up to the June Long Weekend, SEAC Park came up with a race track that withstood two full days of racing to decide who would be crowned South Australia Autocross King for 2021. Spread across the weekend, Saturday afternoon – daylight, Saturday evening – night time and all Sunday it kept all the competitors on their A game. No surprise the Saturday time sheet had all top ten spots filled with 4WD’s after the afternoon and evening runs had been completed with places shuffled between the top 6, some better in the dark than others. Local rally Ace, Aaron Bowering kept a hard charging Nick Cagney behind him at the end of the day, with Cagney making up some ground in the runs under lights. Simon Feil also quick in the day runs (2nd) lost ground in the night runs and left the Park in 3rd spot. Mid Murray Competitor and past state Champion, Bradley Clements had to settle for 4th quickest in the day runs and lost ground in the night runs to finish the day in 5th spot. Finally getting some race wheels, Jamie Pohlner debuted his recently acquired Evo7 and immediately settled down to work, with 5th spot in the day part, 4th in the night bracket for a well deserved total for 4th, just heading Clements. Another rally “gun”, Dale Cagney had a moment or two through the day and shared the credits with Paul Knopka in the sunshine, both posting identical totals for 7th spot but Cagney managed to do more in the dark to end up in 5th spot, Knopka taking a pair of 7’s for the day. Michael Clements, sharing the WRX with his son filled the 6th

spot for the sunny bits, could only manage 9th in the dark parts, ended up 8th. Paul Heenan cranked up the VR4 again and settled for a 9th in the day light, 6th in the night runs to end the day in 9th spot. Jason Winterfield drove his Subaru Legacy consistently in both outing brackets for a pair of 10’s, ending in 10th. First of the 2 wheel drive competitors, Damien Wilson put in a good effort in the day runs for 11th but had a fight on his hands in the dark dropping to 15th. Combined tally gave him enough to hold the 11th spot outright. Sunday got under way early and director Kevin Raedel set up a long track layout to give all drivers plenty of seat time. Enjoying the Knopka WRX Buggy, Aaron Bowering did what he does best and out drove all but 1 of the rest of the field in each of the 4 heats, with Nick Cagney just edging Bowering out in heat 2, by 3 tenths of a second. Cagney had to settle for 2nd in heats 1 and 3 with Jamie Pohlner getting into the act in heat 4 to give him a 2nd, 2 thirds and a 4th for Sunday’s list. Simon Feil’s first heat resulted in a 3rd spot, but he faded as the day progressed with 5th, 5th and 9th. Bradley Clements did the opposite with a day of 5th, 4th,4th and a 3rd in the last run, just to prove that he can still get it together. Cagney Senior (Dale) had a reasonable outing with a 6th first run, followed by a 7th, 6th and 5th to prove a point. Clements Senior (Michael) did not settle to the track as well as he has done in previous visits, having an average day with 9th, 6th, 7th and 6th for the WRX driver. Buggy owner Paul Knopka found his place in the competition and

pushed as fast as his WRX Buggy would allow him, resulting in 3 x 8th spots and a 7th in the last run. Paul Heenan also had a mixed day with the VR4 good enough for a 7th place in the first run, a similar time for the second outing resulting in 9th even though he was a little quicker. Improving by 5 seconds in the 3rd heat still left him in 9th, with almost identical time in the 4th round moving him to 8th position. Subaru Legacy Pilot Jason Winterfield bettered his times in each outing but had to settle for 10th in 1, 3 and 4, and 11th on the 2nd heat. First of the 2 wheel drive brigade home in what was a 4WD feast, Damien Wilson pushed hard all day in the Nissan Silvia and had a mixed bag for his efforts with 11, 19, 16 and 18 spots secured, closely followed by Dion Becker in the BF Falcon with 14th, 16th, 17th and 14th to leave these two separated by 3 seconds after 2 days of hard work at the wheel. After a Club catered meal, trophy presentations were made to the deserving drivers. State Champion for 2021 went to Aaron Bowering with his total of 19.48.64 seconds rewarding him with the main trophy, a fitting reward for a well driven event. Next to get home with 19:56.93 seconds, Nicholas Cagney drove his Subaru WRX very hard all weekend and pushed Bowering every outing. Driving his latest purchase for its first outing, Jamie Pohlner found his groove quickly and had a good run to get home with a total of 20:05.41 seconds for the 3rd outright trophy. Simon Feil had a mixed day both days and ended the weekend in 4th spot with a time of 20:14.38 seconds. First of the visitors, Bradley Clements had to settle for 5th spot

with a total of 20:19.45 seconds including a few marker penalties collected along the way. Dale Cagney experienced a couple of moments along the way to his finish time of 20:26.18 seconds, placing him in 6th outright. Michael Clements also made friends with some track markers and with penalty times included, totaled 20:36.68 seconds to get the 7th spot. WRX Buggy owner, Paul Knopka could only watch on and see what the vehicle was capable of in the hands of A. Bowering. Knopka’s good runs all day both days amassed a total of 20:41.04 seconds and 8th spot on the list. Paul Heenan’s VR4 effort of 20:50.01 seconds got him home in 9th spot, closely followed by Jason Winterfield’s Legacy at 21:14.34

seconds rounding out the top 10 placings after some 30kms of track racing for the weekend. First 2WD home award went the way of Damien Wilson in his Nissan Silvia, with a total of 21:42.89 seconds getting him home in 12th outright. All the competitors thanked the Director and his crew of officials for an excellent weekend of racing. THE BEST IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA: (Above top) State champion Aaron Bowering; runner up Nicholas Cagney & third placed Jamie Pohlner and (above bottom) State champion Aaron Bowering in action at the June Long Weekend SA Titles. PHOTOS COURTESY OF CURTIS BOYD

Spring & Pienudomkijlert show great form at Mount Gambier Gun Club monthly shoot The Mount Gambier Gun Club held its monthly competition n the June Long Weekend in sunny and favourable conditions , except for later in the day when the light conditions started to fail, but this did not deter the determined shooters. The opening event was the DiGiorgio Wines 25 Tgt District Double Barrel Championship. This event attracted some of the fine shots from around the district to show their shooting expertise. With his fine marksmanship Brian Spring emerged victorious after a shoot off with a great score of 67/67 to claim the overall honours and AA from Max Medhurst 66/67, Peter Winser

25/25 won A from Andrew Ryan 24/25, Brian Case 25/26 just edged out Robert Marcato to win B, and after a shootoff Ryan Barraclough 40/42 won C from Hamish Keatley 39/42. The Atkin Family 40 Mixed Targets Championship tried out the shooters expertise but was well shot with the results being Barry Sims 69/72 winning AA from Max Medhurst 68/72, Peter Winser 56/60 won A from Dale Robertson 49/60, Robert Marcato 74/84 after a shootoff edged out Mick Rudd 72/84 to win B and Hamish Keatley 57/ 60 won C from Ryan Barraclough 55/60. The Peter & Mary Winser 25 Pair Double Rise Championship was the last event and this was keenly

shot in the failing light conditions and with a top score Surasak Pienudomkijlert 43/50 won overall and AA from Brian Spring 35/50, Steve Chambers 37/50 claimed A from Darren Murrell 32/50 , Andrew Hoare 37/50 just edged out Scott Fleming 36/50 to win B and Dale Robertson 34/50 won C

from Brian Case 32/50. The South East Autotrade Highgun award was successfully won by Surasak Pienudomkijlert with a great score of 125/135. The next monthly competition will be held on July 10 and will be followed by the club’s AGM.

ON TARGET: (Above left) DiGiorgio Wines District Double Barrel Championship overall winner Brian Spring and (above right) South East Autotrade Highgun winner Surasak Pienudomkijlert is congratulated by Andrew Hoare (left).


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