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ISSUE 896 - Wednesday, August 25, 2021 | THE LIMESTONE COAST AND SOUTH WEST VICTORIA | 08 8724 7111 |






Taking the fun out of the run Popular community event sidelined again SEE INSIDE

Bell blueprint The future is on our hands If you build the regions, you build the State. That was the philosophy of Sir Thomas Playford, who served as South Australian Premier from 1938 to 1965, and Member for Mount Gambier Troy Bell is channelling that philosophy with his blueprint for the future of the seat of Mount Gambier. The Member for Mount Gambier declared Sir Thomas Playford as South Australia’s greatest ever premier as he officially unveiled his Future Mount Gambier plan, a working document, mapping out

the next five years for the State’s second largest city, that was initially released publicly last month but was further explained by its author at an official function on Friday night. “He (Playford) used legislation as an enabler, not a blocker of investment and progress,” Mr Bell said. “That’s the State Government investing in regions and the State boomed because of it.” See inside for full story


You better believe it St Martins Lutheran College musical overcomes obstacles to earn standing ovations

Taking the fun out of the run

The Blue Lake Fun Run has been sidelined for the second successive years as COVID restrictions continue to make the event unviable and almost impossible to stage. It was with a heavy heart that organisers had to put a line through the 2021 event although they have not ruled out staging a virtual event. SIMPLY THE BEST: Multiple winner and race record holder Thomas Hynes.

St Martins Lutheran College brought the much-loved story of Shrek to the stage last week as the roud tradition of the school’s musical productions continued. Set in a mythical land full of fairytale creatures, Shrek the Musical tells the story of a hulking, grumpy and misunderstood ogre who prefers solitude in his swamp to the company of people. When the vertically challenged Lord Farquaad threatens the tranquillity of his swamp, Shrek sets out to rescue Princess Fiona, in order to save the homes of many fairytale characters. Exciting adventures occur on this rescue journey, including strange behaviour from the pretty princess, who is hiding a secret of her own. In addition to the classic fairytale adventure is a journey of selfacceptance, tolerance for people who are different and recognising inner beauty. St Martins Lutheran College has long held a reputation for producing high quality musicals, and audiences were not disappointed this year. Preparations for the musical have been ongoing since the beginning of the year. Students from the Middle and Senior schools were involved in the production and have been able to show their talents across a number of areas.

As well as the on-stage cast, students also made up the majority of the orchestra. A large number of students have been involved in set construction, set painting, make up artistry and backstage roles, making the production a wholeschool effort. Adelaide Theatre Director, and now College Drama teacher, Andy Ahrens said it was a pleasure to be working with such a wonderful cast. “They are very funny and sang the songs with great gusto, including the hit song, ‘I’m a Believer’,” Mr Ahrens said. “Behind the scenes, the artistic team were also hard at work. The show was bigger, brighter and more beautiful than ever.” There have been a number of challenges that the cast and crew have had to deal with throughout the year, most notably the ever changing COVID-19 restrictions, which delayed rehearsals and placed restrictions on the audience capacity. However, in true theatre style, the show must go on and all involved showed incredible resilience and dedication to ensure the performance went ahead as scheduled. 2021 Senior College Captain, Rachael Bird played the role of ‘Dragon’ in the musical and said It’ had been a great experience

working with a group of such hardworking people. “Even through all the challenges we’ve had, the show couldn’t have come together better!” SHREK THE SUCCESS: (Right)Rachel Lindsay perfectly captured the spirit and charisma of Donkey for this year’s musical; (bottom right)2021 St Martins Lutheran College Senior Captain, Rachael Bird balanced rehearsals and Year 12 studies to produce a stellar performance as ‘Dragon’ & (below) Lilly Marr-McGuire landed the role of ‘Princess Fiona’. Her performance along side Gajanan Frost (Shrek) was captivating.

Bell blueprint officially unveiled Business & community leaders have had their say - now you can have yours If you build the regions, you build the State. That was the philosophy of Sir Thomas Playford, who served as South Australian Premier from 1938 to 1965, and Member for Mount Gambier Troy Bell is channelling that philosophy with his blueprint for the future of the seat of Mount Gambier. The Member for Mount Gambier declared Sir Thomas Playford as South Australia’s greatest ever premier as he officially unveiled his Future Mount Gambier plan, a working document, mapping out the next five years for the State’s second largest city, that was initially released publicly last month but was further explained by its author at an official function on Friday night. Chasing $85million of investment from the State Government between now and 2025, he is challenging both major political parties to see the region through the eyes of Sir Thomas Playford, who established and developed many of the major industries and accompanying infrastructure in his tenure, including two timber mills in this region, as well as what is now Kimberly-Clark Australia. “He (Playford) used legislation as an enabler, not a blocker of investment and progress,” Mr Bell said. “That’s the State Government investing in regions and the State boomed because of it.” The Member for Mount Gambier, who is set to run for a third successive term at the next State election, conceded it was unfair to compare the current State Government to the Playford government but what he wanted to see was a plan. While Mr Bell has always had one eye on the future as he represents his seat, this is his first

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formal blueprint and it was inspired as much out of disappointment and frustration as anything when the recently released State Government Regional Development Strategy and the recent State budget that paid scant attention to the Limestone Coast. “Maybe that’s one of our problems – we pick ourselves up and keep moving forward, we don’t bang the table hard enough,” he said. And while there has been no table banging yet, there has been widespread consultation with Local Government, business, industry and community leaders. “What do you need, you are on the ground so you tell me and I’ll do whatever I can,” Mr Bell said, as he made the rounds of his community. “It has become very clear to me that if you leave it to the people in Adelaide to plan for us, the chances of them getting it right are about as close to zero as it gets. We need to get proactive and get on the front foot. This is not the finished document, it’s just the start of the conversation.” Just a month since Future Mount Gambier was released, the feedback has been amazing and, in the Member for Mount Gambier’s own word ‘brutal at times’ but that was the point – starting a conversation. “This is not my document it is our document,” Mr Bell said. “I want to go to both major political parties,

“...this is not the finished document, it’s just the start of the conversation...”

“...maybe that’s one of our problems – we pick ourselves up and keep moving forward, we don’t bang the table hard enough...” SA Best, plus the Greens and say this is a plan endorsed by this community and if you are serious about Mount Gambier, the seat of Mount Gambier, you would want to be taking some or all of this and putting it into your own policies.” Residents have already taken the time to provide feedback on the commercialisation of the Valley Lake and Blue Lake precinct, requests for a stronger focus on general health care, public transport, paediatric health support, palliative care and a museum. “I need the feedback, I need to know the things that are missing in here,” Mr Bell said. The Future Mount Gambier plan is about securing a slice of the pie that the second largest city in the State should not just attract but expect. “This is about our kids’ future, our grandkids’ future and my mum and

dad’s future,” Mr Bell said. “We are a city and we have got to start attracting the funds the State’s second largest city deserves. If the State Government invests in the

regions we’ll grow the State.” Head to Troy Bell’s website to check out the Future Mount Gambier plan and have your say.

PETER MALINAUSKIS (STATE OPPOSITION LEADER) “This is a big deal to have someone of Troy’s commitment to this community inviting a political competitor along. I know it (the plan) is consistent with the community’s wishes. Labor has a lot of work to do in the regions, particularly here in the South East and here in Mount Gambier. There are 80 people here and about four of you voted for us so thanks. We have been looking through regions with a broader prism rather than a specific one. Here in Mount Gambier, you’ve never made the big call on the State Government. You just get on and do it on your own. You generally stand on your own two feet and do it bloody well. You’ve been incredibly strong for a long period of time now. You don’t need Adelaide but the State needs you. You don’t call for resources through desperation but through aspiration. Any policy maker worth their salt needs to think about the South East. We are in the process of putting our own policy document together and we will be learning from yours. It’s a good document, it’s well considered and I encourage everyone to have your input.” Premier Steven Marshall was an apology with a prior commitment in Port Pirie, as was SA Best’s Frank Pangallo and Member for MacKillop Nick McBride

New direction Out of Africa for library cafe Sustainable fashion event takes on a safari theme Refurbishment & redeployment on the cards for Bookmark Cafe

The last cappuccino was served at Mount Gambier Library’s Bookmark Café on Friday – at least for the time being. The popular space has been operated by the Limestone Coast Pantry for almost two years and supported the library during the challenges of providing modified services during the COVID-19 pandemic and those circumstances have seen Limestone Coast pantry owner Lyn McLachlan (above right) have to end the arrangement. “It has been a challenging time for businesses during COVID-19 and after considering our strategy, we are consolidating our business on the one main site on Harrald Street,” Lyn said. “The time at the library has been very positive and it has been great to support our community’s wellbeing.” While the future of the space is not carved in stone, Mount Gambier City Council is working through solutions, which range from a new operator down the track to reimagining the space, maybe as a part of the city’s

tourism frontline as a visitor information location. Acting City of Mount Gambier Community Wellbeing general manager Georgina Davison (above left) said the café area was set to undergo an upgrade in the coming months as part of $145,000 allocated in the 2021/22 Annual Business Plan and Budget. “This is an opportunity to undertake refurbishment works on the café and for us to work through how to best to use the space into the future,” Ms Davison said. “The café is 12 years old now and needs a refresh. A fit for purpose kitchen will be installed in the coming months. “Council is very grateful for the support of The Pantry in ensuring our community continued to receive their items through click and collect services administered to the public through the café when the library was closed.” Council will continue to brainstorm and investigate best uses for the space for both the short and long term.

The safari suit might not be on trend but the 2021 Recycled Runway event is set to celebrate all things from the wilds of Africa with the theme Safari to Africa. Featuring 29 talented upcyclers, event organisers have everything crossed this Saturday night’s runway show will be able to go ahead at St Martins Lutheran College. The sustainable fashion event, that is now in its ninth year, has received entries across all five categories - High School, Novice, Open, Experienced, and

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the success in previous years of the savoury box. A creamy African cocktail will also be available as well as wine and beer. Liza Mutch won the inaugural Sustainable Fashion Scholarship in 2020 and Ashlee Kalantarian’s rebranded fashion house A’el Este is again the sponsor of the scholarship, which along with the Recycled Runway winner, including best African mask, will be one of the highlighted announcements of the night. Both Liza and her mentor Ashlee Kalantarian (pictured above) realise the multi million dollar industry can play a significant role in promoting sustainability. “Fashion is a global industry worth $2.4 trillion, employing around 50 million people, and is said to be one of the world’s most polluting industries,” Ashlee said. “Fashion has the power to make positive change, re-imagining currently damaging systems.” And Ashlee saw no reason not to start spreading the word locally through the scholarship. “This course and included mentoring sessions was aimed at those who have an interest in design, entrepreneurialism, and those with a passion for improving sustainability in the fashion industry and in the general retail spectrum,” Ashlee said. “It will help the recipient develop an understanding of innovative sustainable research and business practice in the luxury sector and enable them to explore what is important to you as you approach sustainability in your future.” The Recycled Runway is an fundraiser and tickets can be purchased from Sticky Tickets website and are available in two categories – general or VIP - VIP tickets have a choice of seat or to book a table of 10.

Big book sale this week Major Mount Gambier Freinds of the Library fundraiser returns 10 X 2 EXHIBITION (TEN ARTISTS TWO WORKS) GALLERY 54 • PENOLA Until August 31


Local timber set to save historic project in Peterborough City of Mount Gambier will donate a portion of the salvaged timber beams from the Railway Lands Roundhouse building to the National Trust of South Australia. The timber will be used for the repair and restoration of the Roundhouse building at Peterborough and follows a request from the Trust discussed at the August council meeting. In June 2018, council accepted an offer from the Department of Infrastructure and Transport to obtain the salvaged timber beams from the Railway Lands Roundhouse building which was being demolished at the time. “The timber beams have since been stored at the Council Works Depot and with the intent for the materials to be reused by Council in a way that preserves the Railway history,” City of Mount Gambier CEO Sarah Philpott said.

Council received a request from the National Trust in June for permission to use some of the beams and columns to replace sections of the Peterborough Roundhouse. Council will work with the National Trust to ensure they have access to some of the timber to help restore the historic Roundhouse building at Peterborough. The remaining salvaged timber will be set aside for a local community project. “Council will keep a portion of the timber for a community related project reflecting the historical significance of our rail history,” Ms Philpott said.



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Local volunteer group Friends of the Mount Gambier Library will host the rescheduled Big Book Sale this Sunday at the Mount Gambier Library. Providing a chance for the community to grab a bargain with thousands of books, and other items including DVDs, CDs and jigsaw puzzles, the sale will be scattered throughout the Library to comply with current COVID-19 directions. “We are very happy to see the Big Book Sale return after a pause last year due to COVID-19 and a postponed date originally set for earlier this year,” acting library manager Kristi Brooks said. “Prior to last year’s cancellation, the event was Friends of the Library’s annual major fundraising event with proceeds going towards supporting Library resources, programs, events and materials.” Recent financial donations


from The Friends of the Library committee, who generously donate their time to prepare and run the event, include the purchase of LEGO Technics educational kits for the ever-popular Library LEGO Fan Club, sensory equipment in the parenting room, a contribution towards audio books and the start up costs to establish the Groove Box after school music making club for youth. Donations for the sale are currently being accepted and can be dropped off at Mount Gambier Library until this Friday . “As well as supporting the sale on the day, we are calling out to the public to declutter your cupboards and your spare rooms and donate any unwanted books, DVDs, CDs, jigsaws that are in good condition,” Friends of the Library president Chris Lloyd (pictured) said.

After extensive consultations, the Board of Directors of Mount Gambier Private Hospital Incorporated regret to inform the community that the Private Hospital in Mount Gambier will cease to trade on the 21st August 2021. At a recent meeting of creditors and administrators, with the Limestone Coast Local Health Network being our largest creditor, it was voted to close the facility. For any further patient information, please contact Mount Gambier & Districts Health Service. The Board of the Mount Gambier Private Hospital would like to thank the community for their support over the past 23 years.

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We’ve got your back Community leaders join forces to shine a light on drug overdose and just who it affects “Everyone in our community deserves to feel valued.” Safe to say these words from Limestone Coast Crime Prevention acting manager Senior Constable First Class Jade Hill (pictured left) are the overriding motivation for the organisers of Mount Gambier’s first International Overdose Awareness Day – the world’s largest annual campaign to end overdose and to remember those who have died and acknowledge the grief of the family and friends left behind without stigma. Substance Misuse Limestone Coast project officer Sophie Bourchier (pictured centre) was also focussing on the August 31 event as being all about support. “No one chooses an addiction to a drug,” Ms Bourchier said. “It is normally the result of trauma. We need to reduce the stigma not only for the people who use but the families and friends who support them.” Ms Bourchier said it started with language and losing words like ‘alco’ and ‘junkie’ from our vernacular. “We need to focus on showing empathy and we need a national strategy,” she said. “It is a time to act not just for individuals but as

“... we need to reduce the stigma not only for the people who use but the families and friends who support them...” Sophie Bourchier (Substance Misuse Limestone Coast project officer)

“ will stimulate discussion about overdose prevention and provide basic information on the range of support services available in the community...” Snr Const Jade Hill (Limestone Coast Crime Prevention acting manager)

governments in our country. We want the Federal Government to say enough is enough – they need harm reduction strategies in their policies. “There needs to be accessibility to and user friendly training on the signs of overdoes and what to do next.” The theme of International Overdose Awareness Day is ‘Time to Remember, Time to Act’ and with statistics pointing to the extent of the drug related deaths in Australia, there is no denying action is required. In 2001 there were 1313 drug related deaths in Australia and only eight years later that had



“...whatever Rotary can do... to ensure we have the best community we can and support endeavours and collaborative projects to attain better community outcomes and a healthier community...” Ray Herbert (Rotary Club of Mount Gambier West president) skyrocketed to more than 2000. “Road traffic deaths have declined in that time and are much lower than drug related deaths,” Ms Bourchier said. Eradicating the stigma for families and friends is also critical. “It is really important we support families who carry so much shame and guilt,” Ms Bourchier said. “It is not something people talk about openly so we need to give them support and this event could be the beginning of that process of helping the families.” And that’s why the Limestone Coast Drug Action group, which is chaired by Snr Const Hill, have opted to shine a light on the issue by becoming the only regional and one of only three South Australian events tapping into International Overdose Awareness Day. The campaign raises awareness of overdose, which is one of the world’s worst public health crises, and stimulates action and discussion about evidence-based

overdose prevention and drug policy, while also acknowledging the profound grief felt by families and friends whose loved ones have died or suffered permanent injury from a drug overdose. International Overdose Awareness Day spreads the message about the tragedy of drug overdose death and that drug overdose is preventable while providing an opportunity for people to publicly mourn loved ones in a safe environment, some for the first time without feeling guilt or shame. “We want this to be part of a strategy to reduce drug related harm in the community,” Snr Const Hill said The community focus of the event is also why the Rotary Club of Mount Gambier West, who have been a long time supporter of the Limestone Coast Drug Action Group, have also come on board. “Whatever Rotary can do, that falls within our brief to ensure we have the best community we can,


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and support endeavours and collaborative projects to attain better community outcomes and a healthier community, we are happy to be involved,” president Ray Herbert (pictured right) said. The Limestone Coast Drug Action Team and Rotary Club of Mount Gambier West are hosting the August 31 vigil for the community at the Blue Lake at 5.30pm on Tuesday 31st August, 2021 to raise awareness in the community about overdose and to commemorate those who have been lost to overdose. Various landmarks around Mount Gambier including the Main Corner, Lady Nelson and Centenary Tower will also be lit purple in recognition of International Overdose Awareness Day. Community members who would like to attend the vigil are encouraged to wear purple and bring a candle to light or have a candle app on their device. QR coding will be available to register attendance at this event for contact tracing purposes only. Guest speakers including Tim Brennan from Life without Barriers, Ray Herbert from Rotary Mt Gambier West, Sophie Bourchier from Substance Misuse Limestone Coast and Senior Constable First Class Jade Hill from South Australia Police will be speaking briefly at the commencement of the event which will be hosted at the western lookout grassed area next to the cactus garden. “This event will give community members information about the issue of fatal and non-fatal overdose and sends a strong message to current and former people who use drugs that they are valued,” Snr Const Hill. “It will stimulate discussion about overdose prevention and provide basic information on the range of support services available in the community. “A strong aim is to prevent and reduce drug-related harm and to inform people about the risk of overdose.” The Substance Misuse Limestone Coast website has a raft of resources, both locally and online. There will also be an online event on August 30 with International Overdose Awareness Day founder Sally Finn, who is based in St Kilda, focussing on recognising and treating overdose. Including a Q& A session. It is a free event and you can register online at trybooking. com/BTLUS

Let’s bring the title to the Limestone Coast Voting opens for the South Australian Ag Town of the Year with eight local towns in the running Millicent was a fimalist in the inaugural year of the South Australian Ag Town of the Year and in 2021, 61agricultural towns across South Australia are in the running to take the crown as the State’s best, with public voting opening last week. More than 90 nominations for 61 different towns have been received for the 2021 Ag Town of the Year Award stretching across the State. Minister for Primary Industries and Regional Development David Basham said it was pleasing to see more than 60 different South Australian towns nominated for this year’s award. “During tough times, the resilience of our regional communities shine and 2021 has

“...during tough times, the resilience of our regional communities shine and 2021 has thrown up many challenges...” David Basham (South Australian Minister for Primary Industries and Regional Development)


thrown up many challenges, particularly with the impacts of COVID-19,” said Minister Basham. “Agriculture has continued to keep moving through the COVID-19 restrictions to ensure food from South Australia appears on tables across the country and world. “I’m proud this award throws the spotlight on our regions and demonstrates the best of agricultural towns in South Australia. “The award recognises the importance of agriculture in South Australia and the positive economic impact the entire supply chain has on a township and community. “In its third year, it is pleasing to see more than 60 different towns nominated for the Ag Town of the Year Award with previous winners being Cleve and Pinnaroo. “Our regions matter – they contribute around $29 billion per year to the South Australian economy across a range of industries including farming, fishing, mining, manufacturing and tourism. “This is why our government is investing record amounts in regional South Australia to build key infrastructure, drive economic growth and create jobs. “And it is why I’m encouraging everyone to visit the website, take a look at what these wonderful communities have to offer and cast a vote for the Ag Town of the Year today.” The nominees will now be put to a public vote to help select five finalists who will vie for the title of 2021 South Australian Agricultural Town of the Year. The winner will be announced at the 2021 Regional Showcase

Beachport Key Agricultural Industries - Livestock, meat and wool, other broadacre crops, cereal crops (Population 652) Bordertown Key Agricultural Industries - Livestock, meat and wool, vegetables and crops for hay (Population 2953) Coonawarra Key Agricultural Industries - Grapes (wine), broadacre crops, livestock, meat and wool, cereal crops (Population 137) Frances Key Agricultural Industries - Livestock, meat and wool, other broadacre crops, cereal crops (Population 84) Lucindale Key Agricultural Industries - Livestock, meat and wool, Grapes (wine & table) and crops for hay (Population 555) Mount Gambier Key Agricultural Industries - Forestry and logging, liestock, meat and wool and dairy (Population 25,512) Naracoorte Key Agricultural Industries - Livestock, meat and wool, Grapes (Wine and Table) and crops for hay (Population 5960) Robe Key Agricultural Industries - Livestock, meat and wool, other broadacre crops, cereal crops (Population 1090)

“...the award recognises the importance of agriculture in South Australia and the positive economic impact the entire supply chain has on a township and community... they contribute around $29 billion per year to the South Australian economy across a range of industries including farming, fishing, mining, manufacturing and tourism...” David Basham (South Australian Minister for Primary Industries and Regional Development) celebration event in November. To vote for your favourite agricultural town, visit www.agtown. Entering the awards will provide regional communities

the opportunity to reflect on their contributions to South Australia’s primary industries and regional development and increase awareness of their town and agricultural contribution.

Youth area taking shape Pump track and basketball court under constrcution

Island Park has been a hive of activity as construction ramps up for the new pump track and half-court basketball court. The pump track will be a customised asphalt track and will be suitable for bikes, scooters, skateboards and rollerblades. It is located adjacent to the soon to be completed half basketball court, creating a new dedicated ‘youth area’ at Casterton’s Island Park,

Giving it a personal touch Creative workshop showing how to turn belongings into artwork

Pine tree dilemma Council calls for submissions on potential tree removal The Port MacDonnell Netball Club is looking to redevelop its seaside facilites with the proposal requiring the removal of seven Norfolk Island pines. The club is looking to redevelop the tennis courts in order to expand and improve the current netball courts and the proposal includes the removal o the pine trees which are located between the respective courts. The ball is now in the community’s court with council inviting members of the Port MacDonnell community to cast their vote on the removal of the trees. Council encourages feedback from both individuals and groups within the Port MacDonnell community who may have an interest in, or who utilise the area. Submissions must be received by 5pm Thursday, September 9, 2021. Submissions from the community can be submitted via: • Online poll on Council’s Your Say DCG: Port MacDonnell Netball Court Redevelopment Project Page • Feedback form placed in the ballot box at the Port MacDonnell Community Complex. Further information regarding the redevelopment proposal and how to submit your feedback can be obtained from: • Council’s Your Say website – • Councils principal office – 324 Commercial Street West, Mount Gambier

• Port MacDonnell Community Complex – 4 Charles Street, Port MacDonnell. It is envisaged only submissions received from Port MacDonnell community members will be considered by council at its Ordinary Meeting on Monday, September 20. All queries or requests for further information should be directed to council on (08) 8721 0444.

NETBALL CLUB REDEVELOPMENT: Port MacDonnell Netball Club vice president Narelle Lewis, treasurer Kirrily McPherson & life member Lauren Lewis.

Caleb’s final tally Head shave fundraiser adds another grand to total

How cool would it be to personalise your own skateboard deck, surfboard, deniim jacket, helmet or shoes? Well, now you can at a workshop coming up in Naracoorte next month. An initiative of the Naracoorte Lucindale Wellbeing Program, the Posca Art creative workshop will be held in the Naracoorte Town Hall from 1-5pm on September 5 and is open to 12-25 year olds. Port MacDonnell artist Jeremy Ievins will lead the workshop and bookings are essential as places are limited. Bring along an item of your own to work on and learn from Jeremy as he teaches you tis adn trciks for painting with Posca pens adn how to seal your finished artwork. The Naracoorte Lucindale Wellbeing Program is a joint project between the Naracoorte Lucindale Council and South Australian Government under the Wellbeing SA Statewide Wellbeing Strategy. Secure your place at or (08)8760 1100

When the final lock was shaved off 11 year old Caleb Morgan’s head at the Port MacDonnell Football Club on August 14, the youngster had a fundraising tally of $1600. By the end of the night, Caleb had raised just over $2700 - a mammoth effort for an impressive mullet that ended up on the club room floor. Caleb shaved his head as part of the World’s Greatest Shave – a major Leukaemia Foundation fundraiser. He was the driver of the weekend event right from the start, researching the event and making up his mind he was 100 per cent in, a decision prompted by his own great grandfather Ian Smith’s diagnosis in 2013.

Four Mount Gambier projects receive Federal funding Four City of Mount Gambier projects will share in more than $1 million in Federal grant funding under Phase 2 of the Local Roads and Community Infrastructure Program (LRCI). Two of the region’s tourism hotspots will be enhanced courtesy of the windfall, including a $50,000 cash injection will provide landscaping improvements at the Cave Garden and Umpherston Sinkhole under the LRCI program. The path leading into one of the city’s leading tourist attractions, The Umpherston Sinkhole, will be lit up following LRCI funding assistance of $40,000. “Funding for additional maintenance on two of the city’s most popular public reserves and pathway lighting for the Umpherston Sinkhole will really add to the aesthetic appearance of these spaces for both tourists and locals,” City of Mount Gambier CEO Sarah Philpott said. The LRCI program aims to stimulate additional community infrastructure construction projects to support local communities with short-term job opportunities during the COVID-19 pandemic. City of Mount Gambier Mayor Lynette Martin said the projects will ensure community members and visitors have well constructed and accessible public amenities. “Council is very appreciative to the Federal Government for the funding which will assist Council to deliver infrastructure which will improve the liveability and amenity of our city, assisting in the attraction of new business and industry and creating economic benefit for a sustainable future,” Mayor Martin said. “The design, demolition and new construction works will create job opportunities for our local community, including architects and building contractors. “We want to ensure that Mount Gambier continues to make a strong recovery from COVID-19 and funding programs like this provide Council and the community with the best opportunity to do so.” The old Valley Lakes public toilet block located opposite the community playground and barbecue area and the secondary non-compliant toilet block will be demolished to make way for new amenities at a total cost of $490,000. “The new toilets will be designed to increase accessibility for people with disabilities or impairment,” Ms Philpott said. “Importantly, the new amenities will improve safety for children in the area as they currently have to cross internal access roads and public car parking areas to access the facilities.” The existing public amenities adjoining the State Heritage Railway Station building will also receive a funding allocation of $460,000 to ensure the facilities meet compliance standards. “The existing toilets retain the original layout from 1918 and are currently closed due to non-compliance. This upgrade will make the amenities available for public use and future events held at the Mount Gambier Railway Lands,” Ms Philpott said. Council received almost $500,000 in funding during Phase 1 of the LRCI Program for a review of existing lighting levels across the city in comparison to Australian Standards. This project is currently in progress and due for completion by the end of the year.

Critical information for clubs at your fingertips Experts gathered for one night only An information forum for clubs and venues across the region is being held in Millicent on August 30 from 6pm. Wattle Range Council’s successful Clubs & Venues Forum is set make a return this year, with all clubs, community groups, food businesses and organisations from across Wattle Range, Robe and Kingston District Councils encouraged to attend. The free forum, which is to be held in the Millicent Civic & Arts Centre, will give participants an insight into: • Food Business Notification (FBN) requirements • COVID plans, including measuring your floor space and increasing your capacity • Food safety • Dealing with aggressive customers • Short-term liquor licensing • Social media promotion • Fundraising & grants • StarClub accreditation process “This initiative provides a unique opportunity for clubs and businesses across the three Council areas to meet and share ideas and develop strong networks,” Wattle Range Mayor Des Noll said. The last forum of this type was held in August 2019. when more than 30 clubs and venues were represented on the evening, with feedback from those in attendance being extremely positive.

Wattle Range Council’s director development services Emma Clay said the forum was an easy way for clubs and businesses to receive quality information and updates on legislation. Mrs Clay said a major drawcard will be Natasha Kontzionis, Manager Licensing & Gambling at Consumer and Business Services who will provide an update about short term liquor licensing, increasing venue capacity and answering any questions participants may have. “It is important that every business or club has at least one representative attend on the night, particularly those clubs intending on applying for financial assistance through council’s grant funding

Author set to return The Mount Gambier Library is pleased to welcome back South Australian author Meredith Applyard with her sixth novel All About Ella, for an author’s talk on Wednesday, September 8, at 7pm. At 70, Ella’s world is upended, leaving her at odds with her three adult children, whose attention is fixed more firmly on her money than her ongoing welfare. After an argument with her son Anthony, she flees his Adelaide home for Cutlers Bay, a seaside town on the Yorke Peninsula. There she befriends Angie, a 40-year-old drifter, and becomes an irritant to local cop Zach. He’s keen to shift Ella off his turf, because Anthony phones daily, demanding his mother be sent home. And besides, Zach just doesn’t trust Angie. Ella warms to Cutlers Bay, and it warms to her. In a defiant act of self-determination, she buys an entirely unsuitable house on the outskirts of town, and Angie agrees to help make it habitable. Zach is drawn to the house on the clifftop, and finds himself revising his earlier opinions of Ella, and Angie. A keenly observed story about aging and its inherent vulnerability, about community and chosen family, about how family stressors shape us all, about trust and loyalty, and about standing up for yourself. Meredith Appleyard lives in the Clare Valley wine-growing region of South Australia. As a registered nurse and midwife, she has worked in a wide range of country health practice settings, including the Royal Flying Doctor Service. When she isn’t writing, Meredith is reading, helping organise the annual Clare Writers’ Festival, or at home with her husband and her border collie Lily. This is a free event but bookings are essentail by calling (08)8721 2540 or booking online at

Local embroiderers celebrate 50 years Thousands of Uses for Millions of Needles is an upcoming exhibition on the King’s Floor of The Riddoch Arts & Cultural Centre celebrating 50 years of the Mount Gambier Branch of the Embroiderers’ Guild of South Australia. Runnign from September 11 for a month, the display will be a retrospective exhibition showcasing many years of work from current members, demonstrating various styles of embroidery, from traditional to more contemporary. The Mount Gambier branch of the Embroiderers’ Guild of SA was formed in March 1970, springing from members of the local CWA. It was initially composed of 11 members and grew slowly over the years. The branch held classes and exhibitions in Mount Gambier and also hosted several State conferences, with members from around South Australia attending. The current membership is 17 members (including Julie Ann McEwen pictured), who work in a wide variety of techniques and enjoy a vibrant social connection.

programs,” she said. Sergeant Jade Hill, Acting Manager, Crime Prevention Section, Limestone Coast will present on keeping your premises safe and dealing with difficult customers in a safe, calm, and reasonable manner while Mrs Clay will also speak about key points for grant applications and ideas for putting the fun back into fundraising. “We look forward to welcoming you to the forum in a COVID safe manner,” Ms Clay said. Anyone interested in attending is asked to RSVP to Sarah Marzec, Community Development Officer by Thursday, August 26, via email to or telephone (08)8733 0900.


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10. British tennis star Andy Murray has three Grand Slam singles titles, winning Wimbledon twice and which other title? 11. What is the capital of Scotland? 12. Suze DeMarchi is the lead vocalist of which Aussie rock band? 13. What was the name of the character in The Revenant that earned Leonardo DiCaprio a best Actor Oscar? 14. Antony Blinken holds which official role in the US Government? 15. How many players make up a volleyball team? 16. What is a baby kangaroo called? 17. The Wallabies are the national team in which sport? 18. Which three colours make up the Colombian flag? 19. Due for release this October, the latest James Bond movie, Daniel Craig’s fifth as the iconic character, is called what? 20. What fictional town is the setting for Aussie soap Home & Away? 21. Steve Irwin voiced which character in the movie Happy Feet? 22. Touk Miller plays for which AFL club? 23. The Queensland town of Nambour is the home of which

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Offering a helping hand New Mount Gambier based palliative care program continues to recruit volunteers It was only a month ago the first volunteers (pictured below) graduated from palliative care training, ensuring the newly established In Home Hospice Care (IHHCare) in Mount Gambier could hit the ground running. The ceremony wrote a key chapter in the improvement of palliative care in Mount Gambier – a project months in the making and made possible through a South Australian Government Palliative Care grant of almost $150,000. The presentation of the inaugural group of volunteers for the notfor-profit In Home Hospice Care (IHHCare) in Mount Gambier, that will provide people who are approaching end of life with the option of holistic, compassionate family centred care in their own home through the use of trained volunteers, was the realisation of a call to arms from the community. And there is still an opportunity for others to become involved and on August 31 there will be an information at the also newly relocated Women’s Information Service to the Mount Gambier Library. All the details on the IHHCare service in Mount Gambier will be unveiled at the 10.30am to 12noon session, which will be hosted in the Multi Function Room. The new service is a collaborative effort between the Mount Gambier Private Hospital (MGPH) and the Mount Gambier & District’s Health Advisory Council (MG&DHAC) after securing the SA Government Palliative Care 2020 Grant that made establishing the project possible to supplement the existing Country Health Connect Palliative Care nurse service available Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm. The project committee formed to deliver the project included chair Roslyn Taylor, deputy chair Maureen Klintberg, Kathryn Edwards, Roslyn Taylor, Maree Thompson, Liz Wheeler, Sarah Boyd, John Williamson, Dr Richard Try and Peter Wilson. “The need for Hospice and an extension of the current local

“... helping fill the gaps and further build on the existing services that are already provided in our community to those facing a life-threatening illness.....” Maureen Klintberg

palliative care to provide support 24 hours a day, seven days a week has been expressed for some time within the community, and these issues were highlighted at the Community Palliative Care Forum held in Mount Gambier last year by the MG&DHAC,” IHHCare project committee spokesperson Maureen Klintberg said. “The IHHCare service will embrace the values of ‘compassionate communities’ helping fill the gaps and further build on the existing services that are already provided in our community to those facing a lifethreatening illness. Compassionate communities recognise that people at end of life and their families have better experiences and outcomes when health professionals and civic institutions empower and work with communities They are generally led by non-expert carers and compassionately active people from the community.” The IHHCare will work closely with the local Country Health Connect Palliative Care unit, general practitioners, local hospital clinicians, allied health professionals and other identified services. IHHCare volunteer support can be accessed by self-referral, or referrals from the previously mentioned sources to the hospice manager or volunteer coordinator. The IHHCare model has been based on the successful Warrnambool & District Community Hospice (WDH) which has been fully operational since 2016 and offers hospice care in the home provided by a team of some 70 volunteers. With research showing that 70% of terminally ill people would prefer to spend their end of life days at home, there is understanding that many die in hospital for social reasons and not medical. The care and support provided by the IHHCare will be free of charge and accessible to all community members who wish to remain in their surroundings and may have been unable to do so due to lack of family or personal support. Since mid-2020 Mount Gambier Private Hospital CEO Sandi Elliot has managed the project, supported by the Private Hospital Board members and a steering committee, as well as volunteer coordinator Jane Shepherd. “We could not have achieved our progress to date without the generous support and ongoing advice from the Warrnambool District Community Hospice management,” Ms Elliot said.

“...I applaud the vision and the dedication of the team here in Mount Gambier and will be very interested to hear how this program progresses...” Kate Swetenhan (South Australian Health departments’ Palliative Care Projects nursing director) The South Australian Health departments’ Palliative Care Projects nursing director Kate Swetenhan has already praised the ground breaking project. “The In-Home Hospice Care program is an exciting program,” she said. “Volunteers bring the community support back to the home. Having a natural curiosity about a person, who they are, what has been important to them, reconnects them to their healthy body. Clinical encounters tend to focus on the diseased body. This focus can result in the sick person losing sight of who they are away from the illness threatening their life. I applaud the vision and the dedication of the team here in Mount Gambier and will be very interested to hear how this program progresses.” Palliative Care SA executive director Mark Waters has also welcomed the community driven initiative. “Our mantra is let’s talk openly and more often about death and dying, plan earlier, engage families and decision makers, connect social relationships, deliver quality services and allow people to grieve well,” Mr Waters said. “We see volunteers providing the human touch, spending quality time with people who have been given a life limiting diagnosis, helping

people to fill out Advance Care Directives, assisting in people telling their life stories in words or pictures or massage. And these are only a few of the roles that volunteers play. I really do commend all of the volunteers for the journey that you have been on and the one on which you are about to embark.” The IHHC office is at 1 James Street, and is open Monday to Thursday 9.30am to 3pm to manage referrals, allocation of

volunteers and support services. Enquiries can made by phoning (08)8725 7448. Further information is available on the website www. The IHHCare is a community organisation which will rely upon seeking sources of ongoing funding. Donations from the community are most welcome.


“...let’s talk openly and more often about death and dying, plan earlier, engage families and decision makers, connect social relationships, deliver quality services ...” Mark Waters (Palliative Care SA exeuctive director)

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(May 21- June 21) Lucky Colour: Green Racing Numbers: 1-6-8-5 Lucky Day: Monday Lotto Numbers: 1-15-26-36-39-8 Someone you least expected could be instrumental in helping you advance the course of your ambitions. Most of your problems should be surprisingly solving themselves, and romantic overtures are possible.


(June 22- July 22) Lucky Colour: Red Racing Numbers: 2-3-6-2 Lucky Day: Friday Lotto Numbers: 2-15-24-40-33-3

You will have to use the right contacts to advance your hopes ad wishes during this period. Do not deal in an underhanded way with people, or you will find out. In money matters, luck can play a deciding role.


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(August 23- September 23) Lucky Colour: Lilac Racing Numbers: 2-3-5-8 Lucky Day: Thursday Lotto Numbers: 2-15-24-40-33-39 Love affairs should take a turn for the better those who like a bit of a gamble could hit the jackpot. Investors should bring in better rewards. However, travel could present a problem or two.


(September 24- October 23) Lucky Colour: Blue Racing Numbers: 2-6-8-5 Lucky Day: Thursday Lotto Numbers: 2-15-21-24-10-22

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(October 24- November 22) Lucky Colour: Orange Racing Numbers: 2-3-5-6 Lucky Day: Wednesday Lotto Numbers: 2-15-26-34-40-33 During this period romance should find you in different places and an exciting offer concerning your career mattes. Keep lovers informed of plans as that will avoid friction later on.


(November 23- December 20) Lucky Colour: Dark Blue Racing Numbers: 4-6-8-5 Lucky Day: Tuesday Lotto Numbers: 4-12-26-35-5-33 Added opportunity to gain more income is about coming true be ready to take on chances as they come. Romance looks very interesting; some will meet the mate of their dreams, and some an old flame could reappear.


(December 21- January 19) Lucky Colour: Silver Racing Numbers: 2-9-5-3 Lucky Day: Thursday Lotto Numbers: 5-12-26-34-40-33 Keep a tight record of all your payments and commitments as errors could occur during this period. Better not to promise too much as time might not allow you to do as much as you would like.


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The future for Glenelg Shire’s youngest residents is looking even brighter, following a much-needed funding injection into the region’s early childhood sector. The Glenelg Shire Council has been successful in receiving a total of $210,000 from the Federal Government Community Child Care Fund Grant to help increase the number of children accessing care in regional, remote and disadvantaged communities. Under the grant stream, two of Council’s Integrated Centres - The Karreeta Peeneeyt Mara Portland Child & Family Complex (PC&FC) and the Kathleen Millikan Centre (KMC) in Casterton - will receive funding to address barriers and develop innovative solutions to increase childcare participation. Glenelg Shire Council children’s services manager Miryam Franjic said it was fantastic news for families across the Shire; and highlighted the importance of early childhood education and care. “Current and future families will benefit from this critical funding boost which will ensure all children have the best start to their educational and developmental journey,” she said. “$60,000 will be allocated to PC&FC to develop a community support engagement strategy. The ultimate aim will be to support the participation of all children in care, particularly our vulnerable children and their families. “KMC will receive $150,000 to create an enhanced, more sustainable business model of service delivery. The model will include a service review, needs analysis, benchmarking and development of model options that can increase places for children 0-12, including vulnerable children. “This will assist local families to participate actively in work, study and community life and improve access for disadvantaged families. It is a win for all sectors of our community. “The funding will also include strategies to recruit, support and retain staff which is paramount to the future sustainability of our services.” The Glenelg Shire is one of 385 successful childcare providers from

across Australia who will share in $100 million worth of funding from the Community Child Care Fund (CCCF). Funding will be allocated across three financial years, from 2021 to 2024.

CASTERTON KIDS: (Above top) Remy Norris, educator Jaylah McKinnon, Joanna Jarrad PORTLAND PLAY: (Above bottom) Educator Stephanie Schultz with Logan Mayne & Mia Jones

Tree planting program given green light Mount Gambier City Council adopted the 2022 Street Tree Program at this month’s meeting with six varieties including Australian Willow, Callery Pear, Crepe Myrtle, Gawler Hybrid ‘Bottlebrush’, Purple Leaf Cherryplum and Southworth Dancer Pear to be planted on Walter Street, Kennedy Avenue, Wehl Street North, Alexander Street, Amor Street, Brilliant Street, Marara Street, Smith Street, Bertha Street and St Andrews Drive. Residents who live on these streets will receive a notification letter three months before the plantings occur allowing those who don’t wish to participate to opt out of the program. “A green canopy for our city is important and valued by our residents, providing environmental, social, health and wellbeing, along with economic benefits and visual amenity,” City of Mount Gambier Mayor Lynette Martin said. Parks and Gardens coordinator Hayden Cook is pictured with one of 56 mature Gawler Hybrid ‘Bottlebrush’ planted on the border of AF Sutton Reserve last week.


Be a whale watcher Your chance to name a whale

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A visit to Glenelg’s spectacular coastline is always a good idea, and right now if you happen to spot a southern right whale making its way through the wintery seas you can go in the running to win a weekend away and the rights to name one of these magnificent mammals. Glenelg Shire Council, Great Ocean Road Regional Tourism and The Department of Environment, Land Water and Planning (DELWP) are partnering to encourage whale watchers to contribute to southern right whale research by logging their sightings on WhaleFace. In return, one lucky spotter will win the opportunity to name whale 2020UA8. The winner will also receive a luxury whale watching weekend for two in Portland, including a night at the Macs Hotel with dinner and cocktails at Portland’s newest night spot, Groke. DELWP Natural Environment Programs Officer, Mandy Watson, said whale 2020UA8 is catalogued in the South East Australian Southern Right Whale Photo Identification Catalogue, but has not yet been named. “This particular whale is a young whale, first seen at Portland on 16 June 2020, where it was

photographed by Bob McPherson. It was re-sighted later that month at Port Fairy,” Ms Watson said. “This individual is included in our research on the status and recovery of the endangered southern right whale in south eastern Australia. It’s really helpful if people log their sightings through this platform, as it enables us to connect directly with our contributors.” Glenelg Shire Mayor Anita Rank, said whale watching is the perfect activity for individuals and families to pursue under the current social distancing regulations. “Winter is the perfect time to get out and explore our spectacular coastline, spot a whale and win. Come for the day, a sneaky mid-weeky or spend a weekend

exploring Portland and surrounds, and don’t forget to support local business in the process,” Cr Rank said. To report whale sightings, go to whaleface/ Visit whale-mail-portland/ to find out where whales have been sighted recently around Portland, sign up to receive sighting notifications, and log a sighting before the end of September to enter the competition. Competition information is available at www. PHOTOS COURTESY OF BOB MCPHERSON

The worth of wellbeing Naracoorte Lucindale Council pilot program set to continue for a further two years Following positive community feedback and engagement over the past six months, implementation of the Naracoorte Lucindale Wellbeing Program has been extended for a further two years until June 2023. The Naracoorte Lucindale Wellbeing Program is a partnership between Naracoorte Lucindale Council and Wellbeing SA, supporting physical, mental and community wellbeing through the implementation of a range of wellbeing initiatives. The first stage of implementation commenced in March 2021 and since then 12 separate initiatives have been implemented, involving 25 local partner agencies and engaging more than 800 community members. Popular activities delivered under the program to date include the Carpe Diem theatre performance by Centre Stage Scripts, school holiday sports sessions, outdoor cinema at the Town Hall and come and try open days with the Naracoorte Singers, the Art Gallery and Men’s Shed. Under the extended program, a new project coordinator role will be created, several successful initiatives will be continued and a range of new activities included. Naracoorte Lucindale Mayor Erika Vickery OAM said council welcome the extended partnership with Wellbeing SA that would create additional

“ has been pleasing to see so many community members involved in the program to date and the positive feedback that council has received about the programs and events...” Erika Vickery (Naracoorte Lucindale Mayor) opportunities to support wellbeing in our community. “This work aligns well with council’s ongoing commitment to supporting community wellbeing through our parks and playgrounds, cycling and walking paths, community garden and library services,” Mayor Vickery said. “It has been pleasing to see so many community members involved in the program to date and the positive feedback that council has received about the programs and events.” Wellbeing SA Chief Executive

Lyn Dean said Wellbeing SA was excited to continue the partnership with Naracoorte Lucindale Council and the community to implement local wellbeing initiatives. “These initiatives complement the work of Wellbeing SA in supporting communities to stay healthy, active and connected,” she said. Regular updates on future initiatives and opportunities to participate in the Naracoorte Lucindale Wellbeing Program will be posted on Council’s Facebook page or email wellbeing@nlc.

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The instant appeal of this classic stone villa set upon 5 acres, is more than matched by its stunning refurbished and extended interior dimensions, which provide sensational contemporary style and effortless functionality. Step inside where you will enjoy the versatility of this excellent floor plan. The west wing can be used as a parents retreat, self contained granny flat or AirBnB accommodation. What makes this home truly special? With so many impressive features, it’s hard to know where to start.

• New kitchen with ceramic stove top & electric oven • Kitchenette in the west wing • Five bedrooms of great size • Two luxurious, dreamy bathrooms • Two slow combustion heaters, 2 split systems • Mud Room/Laundry with third toilet • Five paddocks and all new fencing, plus house allotment • Two x 22,000 litre rainwater tanks • Large high clearance implement shed • Four bay garages with workshop and wood shed • Chicken coop

FAST FACTS AGENT Malseeds Real Estate 1 Wehl Street South, Mt Gambier Wendy Flint 0468 692 993 RLA 115603 PRICE Highest & Best Offers by 9th Sept 21 Price guide: $645,000 - $695,000 5




| 5 acres (approx)


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Mr. Hong Yu Cao is an Australian registered acupuncturist, Chinese medicine practitioner, qualified myotherapist and massage therapist.

Conditions Acupuncture, Massage and Chinese Herbs may help: Anxiety, Depression, Fatigue

Sports injuries, Muscular injuries

Headache, Migraine, Reflux

TMJ syndrome (“locked jaw”)

Infertility and IVF support

Tennis elbow, Tendonitis, Bursitis

Menstrual Disorders / PMS Management

Neck, Shoulder & Back pain

owner of the Mount Gambier Chinese Medical Centre, Hong enjoys

Skin conditions: Psoriasis, Acne etc.

Sciatic, Leg, Knee & Foot pain

using his diverse range of skills and knowledge in acupuncture,

Digestive system problems

Children’s Health issues

Insomnia & Menopausal Syndrome

Thyroid dysfunction

Post chemotherapy & Radiotherapy support

Hormone imbalances Weight loss program

Sinusitus, Common cold, Cough, Hypertension



Mr Hong Yu Cao is an experienced practitioner and has been in practice in Melbourne for a number of years. Now the

massage and Chinese herbal medicine to assist clients suffering a range of health issues including muscular, tendon, ligament and soft tissue injuries and relieving the symptoms of anxiety, depression, headache, infertility, digestive conditions, skin


conditions, insomnia and menstrual disorders.

Mount Gambier Chinese Medical Centre since 1995 200 Commercial St East, Mt Gambier • Ph 08 8725 7188 or 0430 911 680 • Like us on Facebook @ MTGCMC

Business Hours:

Monday to Friday 9am to 5.30pm Saturday & other times by appointment

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Paul Chuck SALES 0409 541 113

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

Ben Jeffrey SALES 0417 810 246

Emily Rayner SALES 0417 665 085


Royal Copenhagen Ice Creamery & Café

248 Lange Road, Yahl

Expressions of Interest by 31st August at 12 noon (unless sold prior)


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4 2 | 32 acres approx E.O.I Stunning unique country home set on 32 acres in the quaint township of Yahl Open plan kitchen, meals & living areas plus formal lounge & dining rooms. High ceilings throughout with amazing jarrah hardwood floors, carpeted bedrooms & office. Kitchen with distressed timber cabinetry, central granite island bench with marble tiles, double stainless steel oven & dishwasher. Well set up for horses with stables, day yards, electric fences & sighter wire. Closing 31st August @ 12noon (unless sold prior)

Lot 34/184 Jubilee Hwy West – Finchley Grove

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







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!

2/40 Acacia Street


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.


Expressions of Interest by 31st August at 12 noon (unless sold prior)


a| 1.825ha

$449,000-$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!


Lot 13 Crane Lane, Mil-Lel


78 Crouch Street South

1006/3 Lake Terrace West


This amazing allotment of approx 4.5 acres is perfectly located on the City outskirts and offers terrific home site and an undulating rural outlook. Sale by expression of interest – by 31st August 2021 @ 12 noon unless sold prior.




Neat and tidy solid unit located in a quiet location. Open plan living, dining and kitchen with gas heating. Three generous sized bedrooms – two with built in robes.

Lot 3 Hay Terrace, Kongorong

312 Commercial Street West

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$58,000 a| 1,202m2 approx Located in the quiet township of Kongorong is this flat level allotment approximately 1,202m2. Electricity to the block, fully fenced. Build your dream home (S.T.C.A)

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.




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!

Located at 7 Commercial St East within the central hustle & bustle of Mt Gambier is this well established desert bar & coffee house. Quality plant & equipment, beautifully fitted & inviting décor giving it a relaxed & welcoming ambience. A fantastic business opportunity not to be missed.

3 Foote Street

19 Dry Creek Road, Donovans

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Suite 2/14 Helen Street, Mount Gambier


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21 Sturt Street


1/25 John Street


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$250 pw | Available 17/9/21

21 Sturt Street

3 Marngo Place


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$450 pw | Available NOW

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$450 pw | Available NOW

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$450 pw | Available NOW


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$450 pw 3 2 2 • 3 bedrooms, main with WIR & ensuite • 2 bedrooms with BIR • Modern kitchen/meals/family area with gas cooking & dishwasher • S/C heater + R/C air conditioner • Bathroom with spa bath • Double garage + workshop area with extra storage • No pets

Avail NOW Commercial • Land size approx. 957m2, floor area approx. 120m2 • Off street parking • 3 consulting rooms, 1 with gas log fire & 1 with basin • Front reception/waiting room with gas log fire & air con • Kitchen with elec cooking • Filing cupboards • Laundry/shower • Zoning CCE City Centre, perfect for a business, office or consultancy • Available now

93 Commercial Street West 99 Commercial Street West 101 Commercial Street West 389C Commercial Street West 2/2 James Street

Ray White_Know How to get more for your property

Sale 59 Lake Terrace West, Mt Gambier $749,000 - $769,000 Open by appointment

Sale 3+

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FACT Fish & Chip Shop, Mt Gambier $319,000 Open by appointment


Sale Coming Soon... 8 Marlow Court, Mt Gambier Open by appointment


24 Tanglewood Crescent, Mt Gambier 6+ 4 5+ Expressions of Interest Open by appointment



94 Crouch Street South, Mt Gambier Open by appointment





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


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2 Sutton Avenue, Mt Gambier $259,000 - $269,000 Open by appointment

Unpackaged, Mt Gambier Price on Application Open by appointment


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16 Elder Street, Mt Gambier Open by appointment




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Sarah Barney Sales Executive 0438 883 972

Sonya Jones Executive Assistant (08) 8724 7405

Jess Teakle Property Management 0455 826 616




23 Blume Terrace, Mt Gambier $149,000 - $159,000 Open by appointment



5 Ash Court, Mt Gambier $69,000 - $79,000 Open by appointment


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502 Attamurra Road, Worrolong $280 P/W Available: 27/08/2021

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






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

Macey Humphries Administration (08) 8724 7405



Sale 21 Blume Terrace, Mt Gambier $139,000 - $149,000 Open by appointment

10 Rosemont Crescent, Mt Gambier $430 P/W Available: 17/09/2021

Hayley Goodwin Executive Assistant (08) 8724 7405

62 Ferrers Street, Mt Gambier $500 P/W Available: 27/08/2021

3+ 2 1

Rental 3


3/14 Doughty Street, Mt Gambier $230 P/W Available: 23/08/2021



Property of the week If you are looking for an investment opportunity with great income this one is for you.

Rental Coming Soon... 8 Lasiandra Crescent, Mt Gambier Open by appointment



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


239 Jubilee Highway West, Mt Gambier. E.O.I by 30th September at 5pm Open by appointment




This listing is unlike any other and comprises of five dwellings on the one title and for many years has been an investment and rental property with short and long term tenants. Dwellings consist of a seven bedroom home that sits separate from the other buildings, three-bedroom home suitable for families, 2 x double bedroom units that offer individual carports and the unit closest to the house that benefits from two separate lounge rooms. *Properties are currently tenanted with leases in place, for further information in relation to the current leases or previous financial history please enquire through Ray White Mt Gambier.

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 RLA 280309

Ph 08 8723 6866 | Fax 08 8723 3809 | 50 James Street, Mount Gambier | |






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Bond $1800. Pets negotiable. Enjoy country living just minutes from town. Kitchen with electric cooking, lounge with slow combustion wood heating, 3 bedrooms, bathroom with bath shower and vanity, large laundry area with a toilet and an outdoor toilet also. Outdoor entertaining area, large yard. Single bay garage plus a carport.





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 inspection.



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Available 27th August 2021. Bond $1560. Pets negotiable. Mount Gambier stone home conveniently located within walking distance to the CBD, Schools and Shopping Complexes. Three cosy bedrooms, two with built in robes. Open kitchen/dining/lounge area with reverse cycle heating/cooling for comfort all year round. Bathroom with large mirror, vanity and separate shower and bath. Separate toilet and laundry which leads you out to the fully enclosed back yard with enough space for kids to run around.

We have been busy selling and leasing property and would like to assist you with the sale or management of your property. Call one of our professional & friendly staff members for your honest, no obligation appraisal today!






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


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

19 Hutchesson Street, Millicent


Corner James & Elizabeth Street, Mount Gambier

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6 Tenison Drive, Mount Gambier


3 Duigan Street, Mount Gambier


375 The Springs Road, Glencoe



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1 Eight Mile Creek Road, Mount Gambier


47 Buronga Avenue, Mount Gambier


10 Hammer Court, Mount Gambier



86 Milstead Street, Port MacDonnell


50-52 Riddoch Highway, Tarpeena


4 Grantville Place, Mount Gambier


12 Wentworth Court, Mount Gambier


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


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13 Rook Road, Mount Gambier


4/20 Hart Street, Mount Gambier


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7 Coolabah Street, Mount Gambier

2/7 O'Halloran Terrace, Mount Gambier





This is your chance to purchase a solid stone home with great bones, that should come up a treat with a lick of paint and some modern touches. The property footprint consists of a carpeted lounge room with gas heating, two bedrooms, kitchen/dining room with electric cooking and a large family room with built in bar for entertaining. On a good sized flat allotment with lovely street appeal and a wonderful backyard for a family to enjoy. Undercover entrance into the home through the carport plus good shedding on offer. Independent rental appraisal of $280 per week makes for a great investment in a wonderful location on the North Western side of the city.

RLA 282 450

Why pay rent when you can own this delightful one bedroom stone unit, located in the dress circle of Mount Gambier. Features include lounge with split system air conditioning and polished timber flooring, renovated kitchen/meals area with electric cooking, bedroom with built-in robe and polished timber flooring, bathroom with shower and toilet and laundry space. Outside offers single carport space. A beautifully renovated unit ideal for those wanting the comfort of a low maintenance home within a short walk of coffee shops, cafes, CBD and directly across from the Wulanda Recreation and Convention Centre site – just grab your towel, throw on your togs and you’ll be a skip and a hop from the new pool! A great property to add to the investment portfolio - Independent rental appraisal of $195 per week. 2 1 2

$205,000-$225,000 Contact Sara McManus 0438 708 281

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$149,000-$159,000 Contact Sara McManus 0438 708 281

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

10 GREENRIDGE DR, MT GAMBIER $499,000-$529,000 HOUSE & LAND PACKAGE 1,095m2

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


- Big and beautiful - central and spacious - Zoned Light Industry, offering an incredible opportunity to reside & operate a business from the one property (S.T.C.A) - Properties offering this size shedding with a home attached are near impossible to find in the city area

- Offering for sale this new House & Land package from well known local builder Hotondo Homes - The “Lansdowne 204” plan offers 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 2 living areas with double car garage - Ready to start construction immediately, once plans are finalised & council approval is received

- Attention investors or retires, check out this beautifully presented apartment, in an enviable location in Mount Gambier’s lakes area - Ground floor location with easy access via picturesque front balcony of stunning views over the City - 2 bedrooms with master offering WIR and ensuite

- RETIREMENT SALE - Assistance/training offered for before & after settlement - Beautifully presented jewellery business, located in the busy CBD shopping precinct of Mount Gambier - Offering an attractive shopfront with main street exposure near the new Aldi & Coles expansion

Al Lamond 0418 849 266 2A HARTLEY ST, MT GAMBIER

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Al Lamond 0418 849 266

$69,000-$75,000 451m2

- Court yard style allotment within walking distance of the CBD - 451m2 in size - SA Water connected - 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom house and land package also available Gail Richards 0409 268 199 75 TOLLNER RD, COMPTON

LAND $185,000-$195,000 5,001m2

- Looking to build your dream home near Tenison Woods College? (S.T.C.A.) - Offering an equipped bore & town water supply - Plans are available for a beautiful Executive 4 bedroom home - Rainwater tanks with plans for large Colorbond shed available if required Al Lamond 0418 849 266 LAND

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187-193 JUBILEE HWY W, MT G $200,000-$220,000+GST 1,600m2

- Light industrial, high exposure site, perfect for purposebuilt trade or light industry premises, consulting rooms, commercial offices or fast-food site (STCA) - Services include SA Water and power is available - A great opportunity to purpose build your own business premises 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 - Don’t miss your opportunity to have the perfect getaway! Al Lamond 0418 849 266 LAND

RURAL RUNDOWN The changing rural landscape Livestock Field Day tackles bushfire recovery and mental health Two things have significantly changed on the rural landscape in the past two decades. Farmers now realise the importance of working on their business and not just in their business and the need to tackle mental health issues head on, taking the issue out of the shadows. Mackillop Farm Management Group’s Livestock Field Day, held last Thursday in Lucindale, was a prime example of both those shifts in life on the land with almost 40 farmers and industry representatives taking the day out for some education and professional development and mental health was a key component of the program, courtesy of The Naked Farmer, Ben Brooksby, of Warrawindi Farms but also a respected mental health advocate. The day was themed ‘Fire and beyond’, which is why Lucindale, so recently affected by bushfires in January this year, was the host town of choice, and much of the program did focus on recovery from the devastation that is bushfire. Livestock committee member Scott Harlock said the well-

attended Livestock Field Day was all about giving farmers the tools and information they need to continue their recovery, as well as just checking how they were getting through. Mr Harlock said the message hammered home by the affected farmers who spoke at the event was the need for a plan. “One of the presenters admitted he always thought having a plan was more for people in the Adelaide Hills or townies but having decided to put a plan together he said it was invaluable when the fires hit,” Mr Harlock said. “He said everybody knew what they were doing and while everything didn’t go to plan, at least they had some guide. Another presenter said everything is so overwhelming at the time and you have so much information about what’s going on that having the plan was really important. What they had to say rally drove it home to me personally, just how important it is. Everybody needs to know what’s in the fire plan and everyone needs to step up.”

“ now realise more and more how important education is in running their farms and that they have to work on the business as well as in the business if they are going to continually improve...” Scott Harlock (Livestock committee)

Nick and Janelle Edwards, from Avenue Range, and Anthony Hurst, also from Avenue Range, shared their experience of the January bushfires and their road to recovery, while Ben Brooksby used his struggles with mental health to hopefully start conversations in that mental health space. “He was really good,” Mr Harlock said. “Whether you work on a farm, or in a small business or a big business, there are always things going on that can affect your mental health.” Much like the discussion on having a bushfire plan, Ben advocated having a mental health plan and taking care of your mates just by talking and, maybe more importantly, listening. “I had a friend a couple of years

ago notice that I was struggling and suggested I go and seek help and I did and it was brilliant,” Mr Harlock said. “The more you talk about it, the more it eases the burden and people will open up. Ten to fifteen years ago, especially in a rural setting, it was the last thing we spoke about when we were sitting at the local pub with our mates, it wasn’t spoken about. “Now we do check in an see if people are OK and just rung someone to have a chat.” There was some strong advice and information regarding how to feed livestock post fire, as well as growing feed, while the reproductive health and management practices for beef heifers was also in the

spotlight, along with post weaning management strategies for beef herds. “All of that advice and information was really important, that practical advice on how to continue recovery,” Mr Harlock said. “So much credit has to go to Meg Bell and Megan Skeer have done so much work to put this Livestock Field Day together, to get all those experts and guest speakers into the room at the same time. “It is great to see that farmers now realise more and more how important education is in running their farms and that they have to work on the business as well as in the business if they are going to continually improve.”

2021 Livestock Field Day - Fire & beyond - Guest Speakers Nick & Janelle Edwards, Farmers, The Washpool, Avenue Range Nick & Janelle have been farming at The Washpool, Avenue Range for 21 years with Janelle’s parents. Janelle and Nick moved back to the family farm after working in Western Australia and New Zealand. They are fine wool and prime lamb producers mating approx. 5000 ewes annually. The Blackford/Avenue Range/ Lucindale fire destroyed 50% of their property in January this year. Their major livestock losses were in their Merino ewe flock with close to 20% of their Merino young ewes destroyed and they also lost sheds, hay, silage and beans as well as plant, fencing and native vegetation and wildlife. Anthony Hurst, Farmer, Seriston Pastoral Company, Avenue Range Anthony has been farming at Avenue Range since 1993, running commercial shorthorn cows /Angus bulls, Merino ewes mated to White Suffolk, White Suffolk stud, Suffolk stud, Australian White stud and Commercial Aussie Whites in New South Wales. On January 11 this year 600 acres of his 5000 acre property was burnt in the

Blackford fire resulting in 32km of fencing, 1km or water line, 125 sheep and 12 cattle destroyed. Ben Brooksby, Mental Health Advocate and Farmer, The Naked Farmer & Warrawindi Farms The Naked Farmer is a social media movement aiming to break down the difficult conversational barriers that often lay in front of people struggling to speak up on what’s going on inside. By using the liberating combination of nudity and farm work, the Naked Farmer is starting conversations about mental health across Australia and even the world. Founded by Ben Brooksby, a farmer from Penola, on May 12. 2017, what started as a cheeky Instagram post exploded into a worldwide phenomenon that has captured the hearts and eyes around Australia and the world. If you are wondering how the Naked Farmer starts conversations, head to the Instagram and show a friend who hasn’t heard of them. Now Ben travels the country capturing images and stories of farmers from around this beautiful country for calendars he publishes each year and raises money for the RFDS Rural Mental Health.

Tom Thorn, Managing Director & Business Productivity Consultant, Total Results Ag Consulting Since its inception in March 2007, Total Result Ag has grown at a phenomenal rate. From its beginning, servicing the top 20% of dairy operations within SA with an expanded nutrition advisory service, Tom (pictured above with main story) further expanded operations in 2014 from the singular Dairy focus, to include the Sheep & Beef sector. It is now a result-focused agricultural consulting firm operating out of Millicent servicing ruminant farms within Southern Australia. Providing a second to none productivity support program to assist in finishing stock groups and meeting production targets with customised support tools, Total Result Ag’s focus is on new technologies and information to assist farms transitioning to highperformance operations, where productivity and profitability are the focus of each and every consult. In better understanding the challenges within each industry, Tom has been able to assist farmers with their business models and the nutritional requirement through improved productivity in the paddock and greater profitability in the

bank. And as a result, Tom is thrilled to be recognized as part of the larger influencers of the agricultural industry within the whole of Australia as the experts in ruminant productivity, coaching agri-businesses to exceed their goals, through leading mineral solutions & results-focused tools. Scott Hutchings, Agronomist, Cox Rural- Keith Scott has been providing agronomy advice to clients through the Upper South East for 25 years and has been involved in the production of a diverse range of broadacre crops. small seeds production and pasture establishment and maintenance. In addition to his primary role, Scott is also on the Lucerne Australia executive committee and the MacKillop Farm Management Group operations committee and runs a small farm producing first cross lambs with his wife and teenage boys. Professor Wayne Pitchford, Director of the Davies Livestock Research Centre, University of Adelaide Wayne (pictured) did Agricultural Science in Adelaide and a PhD in Sydney. He has been teaching Animal Breeding, Meat Science and

Livestock Production since 1992. His research has focused on genetics improvement carcass and meat quality, maternal productivity and feed efficiency of beef and lamb. Five years ago Wayne’s family purchased a farm at Keith run in partnership with his son James. Jo Ward, Project Manager, MFMG Jo Ward is a large animal veterinarian practicing in the Western District of Victoria. Jo grew up in Maleny, QLD before completing veterinary science in Wagga Wagga NSW. Jo has worked in the Western District of Victoria and Limestone Coast of SA since graduating in 2014, and lives with her partner Tim on his family beef and sheep property at Coojar. Jo has recently come on board with the MacKillop Group to manage the weaner project.

RURAL RUNDOWN Hay quality in the spotlight Keith farmer among the winners New South Wales, Victorian and South Australia haymakers have shared the honours in the 2020-21 Feed Central National Hay Quality awards. While national production was impacted by challenging conditions, three growers from NSW, two from SA and one from Victoria have received national recognition in the annual awards. The winners were announced yesterday as part of a Feed Central webinar which also included a seasonal outlook. Due to quality production reasons, there were no Queensland winners this year and only state awards for vetch hay. Feed Central general manager Cieran Maxwell said it had been

a tough year for growers but the award winners had done their best in trying circumstances. “This has been one of the toughest seasons we’ve had in a long time in regards to consistency and quality which made it a difficult year for awards,” Mr Maxwell said. “Anyone who has produced good quality hay this season has succeeded in very challenging conditions and deserves to be congratulated for what they have achieved,” he added. Some award categories were combined and amended to reflect the tough growing conditions. Mr Maxwell said vetch hay suffered the most due to the seasonal conditions, closely

followed by cereal hay. The awards recognise and encourage growers to aim for high quality hay. Hay listed with Feed Central in preparation for sale is inspected on-farm by a certified Feed Central inspector and is eligible for entry in the competition. More details can be found at Feed Central aims to connect buyers and sellers of fodder and buys, sells and tests hay, grain, silage, straw, byproduct and fertiliser. People can see the webinar at pre-season-update-hay-qualityawards-webinar/

AWARD WINNERS (Locally based winner in bold) SOUTH AUSTRALIA • David Mitchell from Chelwood Farming, Mintaro was the South Australian and National cereal hay visual award winner. • Danny Steer from JD, BM and DJ Steer at Lameroo won National award for the best vetch hay feed test analysis. • Riley McNicol and Anthony Swan from Mill Park Stud, Meningie for the best cereal hay feed test analysis • Simon Allen (pictured above right) from Allen’s Warrawee Park at Keith SA for the best lucerne hay visual score • David and Paul Humphris, Humphris Family Trust, Gladstone, for the best lucerne hay feed test analysis. VICTORIA • Sam and Jake Thompson (pictured above left), from Kyabram, won the Lucerne hay feed test analysis and visual awards

Mount Gambier Market Report - CATTLE Agents yarded a slightly larger number of 413 live weight and open auction cattle. These sold to the usual array of trade and processor buyers along with feeder and restocker support. Quality was similar to the previous week’s sale with pricing continuing to be strong across the board. Yearling steers went mostly to feed on from 455c to 520c, with similar heifers making from 354c to 510c/kg. The trade operated on similar heifers paying from 354c to 452c/kg. Grown steers and bullocks only went in small numbers to the trade from 438c to 458c, with feeder support from 475c to 488c/kg. Grown heifers to the trade made from 420c to 440c with feeder support to 458c/kg. Manufacturing steers made from 346c to 400c/kg. Heavy cows ranged from 370c to 412c with the lighter pens making from 330c to 350c/kg. Bulls sold from 280c to 300c/kg.

• The Peacock Family Group, from Timmering, won the cereal hay visual award and feed test analysis awards. • Wayne Niejalke and his wife Bianca from Canitya Farms at Murrayville won the National award for the best visual grade vetch hay. NEW SOUTH WALES • David Tidswell, from DP and VE Tidswell, Canowindra, won the NSW and National lucerne hay feed test analysis awards. • Philip and Penny Small from Philip Small and Co, Mudgee, were named NSW and National Lucerne visual award winners. • The NSW and National cereal hay feed test analysis was won by Scott Beveridge from Myall Park Partnership at Armatree. • Grant Mills from Forbes was the NSW cereal hay visual award winner.

RURAL RUNDOWN AgTech conference secures new date Cutting edge technology event now set for October South Australia’s premier AgTech conference AdvanceAg has been rescheduled to 17 and 18 October 2021 at the Adelaide Convention Centre after previously being postponed due to COVID-19 restrictions. The conference, bringing together farmers, cuttingedge technology, businesses, developers, researchers and innovators has locked in more than 30 exhibitors, over 25 speakers and sold 350 tickets to date. Minister for Primary Industries and Regional Development David Basham said the October AdvanceAg event will adhere to all COVID-19 protocols in South Australia. “There are many people looking forward to attending AdvanceAg and we are excited about the opportunity for collaboration and showcasing technologies for agriculture that are available today,” said Minister Basham. “The Marshall Liberal Government has continued to work with our keynote speakers and other important stakeholders who were due to come from overseas, interstate and across our regions, to ensure AdvanceAg can proceed. “We look forward to welcoming keynote speaker Peter WrenHilton, from AgriTech New Zealand, presenting ‘From NZ to SA: Why AgTech is not just another buzzword’. “Furthermore, we’ve added a local flavour to the plenary

presentation with Myriota CoFounder and Chief Executive Officer, Dr Alex Grant, speaking about satellite technology lifting agriculture. “AdvanceAg will feature some of the brightest minds in the world of agricultural technology demonstrating how new innovations can help solve realworld problems. “The conference will include thought-provoking panel sessions and exciting concurrent speakers for a range of sectors including meat, livestock and dairy, grains and broadacre, horticulture, and viticulture. “The conference will also dive into the latest Agtech topics across monitoring, sensors and imagery, automation, connectivity, IOT and data use, and software.

“The State Government will continue to work closely with the venue to ensure a safe and enjoyable COVID-19 managed event for all involved.” As AdvanceAg’s platinum sponsor, Elders managing director and chief executive officer Mark Allison welcomed the news of the event going ahead.“We see real value in bringing together an audience of producers, technology providers and everyone in between to make this happen – so we are pleased to be returning to the rescheduled AdvanceAg as Platinum and Keynote sponsor,” Mr Allison said. To purchase tickets to attend AdvanceAg, or for more information, visit www.

Millicent Market Report Agents yarded 218 liveweight at the Millicent Saleyards on August 18, an increase of approximately 50 head. The yarding of mostly good quality cattle was offered to the regular processor buying field, supported by feeder and restocker activity. A run of Hereford weaners making up about a quarter of the yarding attracted spirited bidding amongst local producers. The steers returned 350 c/kg to 602 c/kg. The heifer portion returned 220 c/kg (single) to 554 c/kg. Yearling steers ranged from 400 c/kg to 500 c/kg. Heifers quoted at 410 c/kg. Heavy steers ranged from 430 c/kg to 495 c/kg. Light cows returned 240 c/kg to 379 c/kg with heavier cows selling from 260 c/kg to 415 c/kg. Eighteen bulls were offered, returning 250 c/kg to 305 c/kg. Overall, the market sold to a stronger trend. Average price was 406.87 c/kg returning $2,041 per head. The next sale at the Millicent Saleyards will be held on Wednesday, September 1st, upon the completion of the Mount Gambier Market.

Naracoorte Market Report - CATTLE Numbers lifted this week as agents yarded 570 head of live weight and open auction cattle. These sold to the usual field of trade and processor buyers with feeder and restocker orders also present. Quality was similar to the previous week as the market sold from firm to slightly dearer rates. Yearling steers to the trade made from 500c to 541c with similar heifers making from 494c to 550c/kg. Feeders orders were active here on steers from 510c to 562c and on heifers from 436c to 480c/kg. Grown steers to the trade ranged from 488c to 498c, with feeders operating from 494c to 500c/kg. Grown heifers to the trade sold from 430c to 478c with feeder activity from 440c to 460c/kg. Heavy cows were in demand ranging from 402c to 410c to be up to 10c/kg better in price. The lighter selection made from 270c to 365c/kg. Heavy bulls sold from 270c to 308c with the lighter types selling to 404c/kg.

Hamilton Market Report SHEEP & LAMBS WEDNESDAY Agents yarded 1332 lambs and 616 sheep at Hamilton last week. Quality was mixed in both lambs and sheep. Not all the regular buyers were in attendance and some were not fully active. There was no restocking competition, however the market was firm over all categories except for the very few top end lambs which were $10/head dearer. Light 18 to 22kg trade weight lambs sold from $162 to $215/head to average between 780c and 970c/kg cwt. The medium trade weight lambs made from $190 to $261 to average between 880c and 1,044c/kg cwt. Heavy 26kg plus trade weights made up to $295/head to average 860c/kg cwt. Hoggets in score 3 condition sold to a top of $223/head. Sheep were generally firm, however crossbred ewes were softer by $10 to $20/head. Heavier crossbred sheep made to $235, while the better covered Merino ewes made from $146 to $165/head. The general run of Merino mutton averaged between 680c and 710c/kg cwt. Terminal sires sold to $90 and Merino rams made to $156/head.

Naracoorte Market Report SHEEP & LAMBS Numbers fell by almost half last week as agents yarded 1442 lambs and just 259 sheep with the news of a temporary closure of a major NSW abbatoir due to the COVID situation. The stock on offer sold to most of the usual trade and processor buyers. Quality was mixed with something to suit most orders as new season lambs came forward for the second week in a row. Prices lifted in the lamb section while the few sheep sold to similar rates as the week before. New season lambs ranged from $178 to a high of $234/ head, averaging around the 920c to 980c/kg cwt area. Light lambs returned from $80 to $168 with both the trade and

store buyers showing interest as medium weighted types made from $168 to $218/head. Heavy lambs sold from $240 to a high of $296/head with these lambs also averaging from 920c to 980c/kg cwt. Heavy sheep sold to $180/ head as did the few heavy wethers. Medium weighted sheep made from $140 to $170 at around 650c to 700c/kg cwt, while light sheep ranged from $90 to $130/head.


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Keeping it positive Live4Life youth mental health initiative launched for a fifth successive year It’s taken negotiating two statewide lockdowns and ongoing social gathering restrictions, but students from across the Glenelg Shire have successfully launched the Live4Life Glenelg program for 2021. Live4Life Glenelg crews at Casterton Secondary College (pictured right), Bayview College, Heywood and District Secondary College and Portland Secondary have officially launched Live4Life at their respective school communities, marking the fifth year of the mental health initiative for young people in the municipality. Glenelg Shire youth development officer Maddy McKinna praised the resilience of the 2021 Live4Life Glenelg crew members, with one launch event being rescheduled as many as three times in wake of everchanging health restrictions. “It has taken a few attempts, but we are thrilled to finally have launched Live4Life for 2021 across all of our school communities in Casterton, Heywood and Portland,” she said. “The positivity of our crew members has well and truly shone through in the past two months as they quickly adapted to


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the many delays and cancellations we encountered along the way. They have been fantastic and remained enthusiastic throughout, I can’t commend them more highly. “Now that our launch events have been held, the crew can focus their efforts on running events and activities to encourage positive mental health conversations in our community. “We anticipate that 2021 will continue to be another successful year for Live4Life in the Glenelg Shire, as we work towards decreasing negative mental health stigma, increasing the awareness

of local professional help and increasing the mental health knowledge of our community.” Live4Life is the only mental health education and youth suicide prevention model designed specifically for rural and regional communities. Since its implementation in the Glenelg Shire in 2017 more than 140 young people have participated as crew members and more than 1,500 young people and 200 adults have received mental health training. For more information, visit www.






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Basketball Development Manager Full-time

The role is responsible for the organisation and coordination of the basketball competitions and programs, along with providing assistance with the management of the Association. The role is predominantly focussed on the development of junior players, coaches and referees within Basketball Mount Gambier. The position is Monday to Friday with some weekend work to support tournaments and trainings. The annual salary package will be commensurate according to qualifications and experience, along with any out-of-pocket expenses relating to vehicle and mobile phone usage. The preferred applicant will need to have: • Experience in the area of Sports Management, Level 2 National Coaching Accreditation (or equivalent experience), FIBA Accreditation or strong history of coaching experience; • Need to have the ability to implement and conduct basketball development programs; • High level of communication skills; • Excellent administrative and computer skills; • A high attention to detail; and • Strong interpersonal skills. Any potential applicants are encouraged to view the person specifications which is available upon request or via website: Please send applications to If you have any questions, please call Office on 8723 2050. Application close 5pm on 31st August 2021.

Waste Transfer Station and ReUse Market Attendant City of Mount Gambier has an exciting opportunity for a motivated individual with a desire to make a difference in the community by contributing to the reduction of waste to landfill. The Waste Transfer Station and ReUse Market Attendant will operate in a fast-paced waste management environment in accordance with policies and procedures, including health and safety requirements. The incumbent will be the first point of contact for customers bringing waste and recycling to the Waste Transfer Station and will play a key role in identifying items for recovery through the Mount Gambier ReUse Market. Further information regarding the position, including the position description which identifies key competencies and selection criteria, is available from City of Mount Gambier website Applications close: Friday 3 September 2021 at 5:00pm.

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Cook - Essential Worker Are you looking for work which is guaranteed to continue without any reduction in hours due to lockdowns or restrictions which have affected hospitality businesses? We would like to offer you the opportunity to join our Boandik catering team, initially to fill a variety of casual shifts across our 3 residential aged care homes all located within Mount Gambier.

Mechanical Shift Fitter

Your key responsibilities will be: • Provide a high quality catering service • Observe a very high standard of Food Safety in our kitchens • Cooks need the ability to follow menu recipes to meet Aged Care Quality Standards • Maintain a trusting relationship with residents, which includes protecting confidentiality, privacy, dignity, individual choice and decision making

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.

You will be required to have the following qualifications, experience and/or skills: • Experience as a cook in a restaurant, catering business or aged care setting preferred • Formal commercial cookery qualifications are not essential • Good communication and be willing to work as a team member • Initiative and self-motivation • Empathy with and understanding of aged residents

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.

Boandik has family-friendly employment policies.

This position reports to the Maintenance Supervisor. Your main responsibilities will be to safely and efficiently carry out repair and PM work across the Jubilee Sawmill Site.

Appointment will initially be on a casual basis, with morning or afternoon shifts available across 7 days. Permanent shifts and hours will be offered after probation period. Training will be provided in dietary nutrition and meal modifications required in an Aged Care environment. Must have or be willing to receive both flu vaccination and Covid vaccination to comply with current legislation. Current National Police certificate required. An employment pack is available from 101 Lake Terrace East, Mount Gambier, by emailing or from the website Questions regarding the position to Sandy Stott, Catering Manager on 8725 4911. Written applications addressing the key responsibilities, detailing qualifications and experience and contact details of two referees should be sent to or

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Human Resource Manager Boandik 101 Lake Terrace East Mount Gambier SA 5290 Applications close Tuesday 31 August 2021

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.

Key selection criteria will be based on your demonstrated skills and attributes: • Maintenance fitting & machining work • Ability to prioritise & act with a sense of urgency to ensure plant uptime targets are achieved • Good problem-solving skills • Able to work effectively independently or in a group • Willing to continually learn • Work to grow our apprentices • Have a professional, positive, can do attitude. Skills are important however the right attitude is essential To be considered for this position you must be a qualified tradesperson and will require the flexibility to work a rotating 3 shift roster. To be part of an ambitious, results-driven and rewarding team please email a cover letter and current Resume to: For any queries or further information about the role, please contact Andrew Hoath or 0418 854 269. Applications close Friday 3 September 2021.

Finwood Milling P/L Mount Gambier

Borg is one of the fastest growing manufacturers in Australia. As part of our growth in the region, we are seeking enthusiastic and ambitious applicants for the following apprenticeship vacancies:

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The job involves local walking floor work and flat top loads from Mount Gambier to Adelaide.

If you are dedicated and hard-working, we are offering the perfect opportunity for you to kick-start your career with Borg Manufacturing Mount Gambier. Becoming an Apprentice with Borg enables you to gain invaluable experience and a national qualification whilst getting paid to do it. For more information and to submit an application, please visit the Borg Careers webpage Applications close 5:00pm, Friday 01 November 2021.

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Finwood milling are looking for an experienced full time truck driver.

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Steel Fabrication Workers Spanlift is seeking steel fabrication workers - full time positions available with immediate start based in our Mount Gambier facility. No qualification is required - what we’re looking for is motivated individuals with a positive attitude to get stuff done! All training will be provided on the job; welding experience can be advantageous. This job is for an IMMEDIATE start with a full-time opportunity to join the South East’s leading Structural Steel Manufacturer



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Excellent career opportunity Strong client and community focus Extensive salary packaging Opportunity for personal and professional development

Boandik is a leading provider of services for older people in the South East of South Australia. We provide personalised services to all clients to enable them to maintain their independence and involvement in the community. You have the opportunity to join our Finance team in this progressive organisation. The position hours are negotiable as part-time or full-time based in the corporate office in Mount Gambier working with support of the Accountant. Responsibilities may include: • Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable • Responding to accounts queries from suppliers, residents or clients We are seeking a person who has: • Experience in a finance administration role • Microsoft excel skills • Strong Data entry skills • Desire to work in not for profit sector Must have or be willing to receive both flu vaccination and Covid vaccination to comply with current legislation. Current National Police certificate required. A position description and duties list is available from 101 Lake Terrace East, Mount Gambier, by emailing or from the website, Any questions regarding the position to Rachel Dyer, 87257377. Applications including a statement addressing the key responsibilities and details of 2 referees to the above email address or to: Human Resource Manager Boandik 101 Lake Terrace East Mount Gambier SA 5290 Applications close on Tuesday 31st August 2021.

Middle/Senior School Teachers Permanent full-time positions Commencing in 2022 The College has an exciting opportunity for Middle/Senior Teachers to join our vibrant team at St Martins Lutheran College in January 2022. The successful candidates may teach in both the Middle School (Years 7 – 9) and Senior School (Years 10 – 12). There are positions available in the following areas: o Science o Mathematics o English By negotiation, these positions may be offered in either a full-time or part-time capacity. The successful applicants will have appropriate qualifications and be registered to teach in South Australia or be able to obtain such registration. Applicants must be supportive of the Christian ethos of the College and committed team players who are keen to contribute to the ongoing development of a busy and growing school. A willingness to play an active role in the school’s pastoral care and extra-curricular programs is essential. Applications from new graduates are welcome.

Conditions These positions will be ongoing from January 2022. Applications should be forwarded via email only by Monday 30 August 2021. Applications should include a cover letter briefly addressing the person specification and a resume, which includes the contact details of at least three referees (one of which is ideally your most recent Head of School). Further information and a position description can be found on the College website ( Enquiries to: Mr Alan Connah Principal Ph: 08 8725 1430 Email:

Applications to: Ms Mandy Taylor HR & Compliance Manager Email:

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Finals time for hockey Community Group Activity Assistant Boandik Community Care is seeking applications for a Group Activity Assistant at the Community Wellbeing Centre in Mount Gambier. This is a permanent part-time position. The successful applicant will facilitate Boandik’s social groups, working under the direction of the Groups Coordinator. The social groups are held on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday each week. We are seeking someone who: • Has leisure and health qualification, or relevant experience • Promotes social engagement for older people through meaningful activities and interaction • Shows understanding and empathy with older people • Has a current National Police Check • Has a current Senior First Aid certificate • Has a smart phone compatible with our client management system Please email to request an application for employment pack, or from the website, Any questions regarding the position to Trish Patzel, Executive Community Manager on (08) 8724 1251. Applications including a statement addressing the key responsibilities, qualifications and experience and details of 2 referees to the above email address or to Human Resource Manager, Boandik, 101 Lake Terrace East, Mount Gambier SA 5290. Applications close Friday 3 September 2021.


Creative Writer Approx 10 - 15 hours per week

Do you have a passion for your community? Do you have strong communication and writing skills? Lifestyle1 is looking for a creative writer to contribute to the content of our publication that focuses on showcasing the people, places and events of the Limestone Coast. Lifestyle1 was established in 2003 and has built a reputation on highlighting the best this region has to offer, from the small community groups making their mark to the large scale events that attract national attention and we are looking to add to our creative team. Experience is preferrable but not essential with an interest in photography also desirable. Contact Email Phone

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It is finals time for the Lower South East Hockey Association, kicking off on Friday night and continuing throughout the weekend. Minor premiers Tigers will take on Strikers in the Division One men’s game at 2:30 on Saturday, with the winner guaranteeing themselves a grand finals berth. With these two sides playing out a tight draw in the penultimate round before the finals, it should be an intriguing tussle to see who comes out on top. The key match up in this one is likely to be the experience of Tigers captain and full back Luke Hunter versus the youth of Connor Millhouse (pictured) for Strikers. Tiger’s forwards Aaron Mengler and Greg Doll will be difficult for Strikers to contain in attack, however Strikers do have former league best and fairest Dean McCarthy in the back line who will hope to hold them out. On paper with a full team Tigers should have the edge in this one, and would come into the match as favourites after going undefeated throughout the season, however Strikers certainly have the ability to cause an upset in this match up. This game will be followed at 4pm by the Division One women’s qualifying final in which reigning premiers West take on Redbacks in a grand final rematch from last year. Both sides have had strong seasons, only losing one and two games respectively, and will be odds on favourites to meet again in the grand final a fortnight later if the women’s finals go to script. West will look to key players Gemma Ballintyne and Ange Broad in the forward line, but they will have to get through the rock solid defence of Nicole Vause and Megan Beck for Redbacks. The midfield battle is always key to this match up, with Steph Wighton and Jemma Harraper for Redbacks up against Tess Kenseley, Sarah Munch and Mercedes Theobald for West. Reigning league best and fairest Dana Jones at fullback has been almost impenetrable for West again this year, so Redbacks forwards will need to figure out a way around her to put the score on the board in this match up. With no clear favourite this should be an exciting match to watch. The elimination finals for Division one will be held on Sunday, with 3rd placed Tigers taking on 4th placed Strikers in the women at 1pm, followed by West versus Redbacks in the mens at 2:30pm. In the women’s Tigers have had the edge over Strikers for the most part this season, but Strikers would fancy their chances of an upset in this match with players returning from injury and work commitments. Speed is the key in the forward line for Strikers, with youngsters Chloe Boylan and Scarlett Creek, however Tiger’s full back Billie Jones has had the edge over them this season with the help of Jayde Hinton and Katilyn Nibet in the backline. Kate Fabian in goals for Strikers is a huge factor in this match, as her brilliance makes scoring extremely difficult for any opposition. Tigers will need to find a way around her, and will look to key playmakers Olivia Turner and Brooke Marcus to build sustained pressure on the Strikers defence, for them to get through to face off for a grand final berth. In the mens, West would be confident of progressing past Redbacks, after the gradual return of a number of their key personnel, who through injury or absence left West struggling for ladder position until mid way through the season. West have welcomed back key playmakers David Vine, Brayden Burston, Connor Clark and Gavin Robertson, which will make Redbacks task a difficult one. The experienced playing coach Aaron Barry has been the great wall for Redbacks this season, making his defensive circle his own and controlling the game from there, but will need a lot of support from his midfield to hold out the threat of West’s potent forward line. Redbacks however will take some confidence in with the knowledge that they have beaten West previously this season, and would love a repeat when it really matters. With full bar and canteen facilities available, and happy hour from 6-8pm Saturday night, it will be a fantastic weekend of exciting hockey and entertainment to be had. For full finals fixtures, follow LSEHA on Instagram @lowersoutheasthockey or Facebook Lower South East Hockey Association.


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A GRADE Border Districts 38 (T Atkinson, A Mould) d Kybybolite 29 (C Hodges, S Maber); Lucindale 54 (J Bittner, M Gear) d Mundulla 45 (D Wiese, P Marra); Keith 67 (D Vankalken, M Llewellyn) d Padthaway 53 (S Dolling, A Hoyle); Naracoorte 48 (A Donnelly, O; Crabtreet) d Bordertown 40 (S Diment, W Rowett) A RESERVE Penola 63 (T Millard, T Earl) d Kingston 41 (L Baker, N Gluyas) Border Districts 55 d Kybybolite 52 Lucindale 42 (T Ferguson, S Logan) d Mundulla 35 (R Duell, A Croser) Keith 84 (A Schreiber, B Griffin) d Padthaway 31 (C Gogel, K Longbottom); Naracoorte 53 (S duRand, L Henschke) d Bordertown 37 (A Fuentes, E Orrock) B GRADE Kybybolite 65 d Border Districts 31 Lucindale 40 (H Ware, A Rayner) d Mundulla 39 (K Couzner, M Davey) Keith 66 (P Pado, L Dick) d Padthaway 32 (K Woodman, H Dolling); Naracoorte 61 (C Burke, S Gibbs) d Bordertown 23 (A Will, C Searle) C GRADE Penola 44 (S Pitt, K Devereux) d Kingston 32 (B Lucas, N Banning) Kybybolite 72 d Border Districts 21 Mundulla 47 (A Grosser, M Leach) d Lucindale 35 (N Whitehead, J Mark) Keith 52 (J Turnbull, S Bunnett) d Padthaway 24 (J Bull, E Rohloff) Naracoorte 58 (M Clark, K Brodie) d Bordertown 24 (H Breed, A McDonald) DIVISION ONE Penola 73 (G Winter, E Berkin) d Kingston 41 (T Daniel, S Woodward) Border Districts 60 d Kybybolite 39 Mundulla 27 (M Dowling, A Croser) d Lucindale 24 (K Edmonds, M Thompson); Naracoorte 52 (H Broadbent, E Boston) d Bordertown 19 (A Steinberg, M Hicks) DIVISION TWO Kybybolite 52 d Border Districts 33 ; Naracoorte 74 (N Bruce, C Woolley) d Bordertown 12 (E Barras, B Warren) 15 & UNDER Penola 48 (T Porter, H Berkin) d Kingston 33 (A Drabsch, A Mules) Border Districts 58 d Kybybolite 32 Mundulla 37 (L Rowett, S Moreton) d Lucindale 30 (M Thompson, A Treloar); Padthaway 34 (K Longbottom, G Buicik) drew Keith 34 (M Evans, K Lepley); Naracoorte 51 (J Cox, E Modra) d Bordertown 22 (M McFarlane, M Blackwell) 13 & UNDER A Kingston 43 (A Mules, A Rasheed) d Penola 23 (I Wurst, C Bailey) Border Districts 29 d Kybybolite 9 Mundulla 38 (E Colwill, K Moreton) d Lucindale 25 (M Allsopp, P Pinchbeck); Keith 34 (A McAuley, D Clark) d Padthaway 14 (L Tiver, E Orton); Bordertown 45 (M Richards, A Blackwell) d Naracoorte 37 (A Woosnam, L Pretlove) 13 & UNDER B Mundulla 12 (Z Cook, L Morris) d Lucindale 3 (M Hann, E Hann) Bordertown 23 (A Stratford, S Conlon) d Naracoorte 3 (P Ryan, H Meynell)

Mid South East Football

SENIORS Kalangadoo 6.3 10.8 18.9 23.11 (149) Glencoe 2.1 3.3 5.8 9.13 (67) Goals - Kalangadoo: M. Krieger 9; L. Jones 5; A. Stone 2; T. McManus, J. La Rocca, M. Lowe, B. Galpin, B. Gregory. Glencoe: D. Childs 3; A. Hentschke 2; T. Edwards, D. Paproth, J. Blackwell, B. Glynn. Best - Kalangadoo: No details available. Glencoe: B. Hentschke, B. Swan, D. Childs, J. Edmonds, C. Brooks, W. Maloney. Robe 3.2 5.4 8.11 12.15 (87) Mt Burr 2.2 2.2 3.4 5.5 (35) Goals - Robe: J. Sneath, R. Dickinson 3; J. Kelly, B. laurie 2; K. Woodward, J. Francisco. Mt Burr: J. Gregory, J. Wallis, T Hales, H. Smith, T. Allen. Best - Robe: J. Kelly, K. Woodward, B. Laurie, J. Pettit, J. Hentschke. Mt Burr: S. Wallis, J. Wallis, J. Wallis, T. Allen, B. Gregory, J. Gregory. Hatherleigh 5.4 11.7 17.10 24.17 (161) Tantanoola 2.3 6.4 7.5 7.7 (49) Goals - Hatherleigh:S. Telfer 5; L. Brown 4; M. Pulmer, M. Telfer 3; J. Ferguson-Lane, J. Telford, D. Bateman 2; S. Waring, J. Bateman, L. Walker. Tantanoola: J. Dawe 2; R. Osborne, B. reilly, C. Baker, J. Ryan, H. Brown. Best - Hatherleigh: W. Chay, L. Walker, M, Pulmer, L. Brown, S. Telfer, J. Bateman. Tantanoola: A. Roberts, J. Cytrowski, R. Osborne, D. Pink, J. Hatt. PORT MACDONNELL V KONGORONG - NO DETAILS AVAILABLE RESERVES Kalangadoo 17.8 (110) d Glencoe 5.3 (33) Port MacDonnell 12.8 (80) d Kongorong 3.0 (18) Robe 13.16 (94) d Mt Burr 1.0 (6) Hatherleigh 13.8 (86) d Tantanoola 2.1 (13) SENIOR COLTS Glencoe 29.10 (184) d Kalangadoo. 7.3 (45) Kongorong 13.12 (90) d Port macDonnell 5.2 (32) Robe 19.11 (125) d Mt Burr 1.3 (9) Hatherleigh 12.10 (82) d Tantanoola 5.3 (33) JUNIOR COLTS Glencoe 16.18 (114) d Kalangadoo 4.1 (25) Kongorong 11.10 (76) d Port macDonnell 0.2 (2) Robe 10.7 (67) d Mt Burr 4.0 (24) Hatherleigh 17.12 (114) d Tantanoola 0.0 (0)


Western Border Football East Gambier 2.6 9.8 10.10 15.13 (103) South Gambier 1.0 3.2 4.4 5.4 (34) Goals - East: B. Nunan 4; M. Rumbelow, G. Janeway, M. Scanlon, T. Lockwood 2; S. Lock, R. Flamank, R. Janeway. South: C. Munro, B. Foster, N. Sims, T. Saffin, B. Kain. Best - East: D. Christian, M. Willson, N. Lock, B. Rathjen, G. Cooper, J. Forster. South: N. Sims, A. Kuhl, B. Keding, D. Stratford. Millicent 3.3 7.5 13.10 15.14 (104) North Gambier 2.0 4.2 5.2 8.3 (51) Goals - Millicent: G. Robinson 8; J. Carger 2; L. Smith, J. Cushion, C. Gallio, S. Willis, B. Shanks. North: S. Stafford 5; T. McInerney, J. Turner, N. Blachut. Best - Millicent: J. Carger, F. Grimes, S. Gray, C. Gallio, F, Bradley, S. Willis. North: S. Stafford, T. de Wit, T. McInerney, H telford, M. Whan, D. Kenny. West Gambier 4.2 7.5 12.7 18.10 (118) Casterton Sandford 0.1 2.1 2.1 3.2 (20) Goals - West: J. Schapel, T. Lewis, L. Bradley-Brown 3; J. Williams, M. Minuzzo, B. Papps 2; T. Holmes, K. Giddings, M. Waldron. Casterton Sandford:H. McCrae, D. Carlin, A. McKinnon. Best - West: J. Williams, M. Minuzzo, L. Bradley-Brown, J. Pfitzner, T. Lewis. Casterton Sandford: D. Cleary, D. Carlin, A. Jarrad, Z. Nash, J. Carlin, T. Foster. RESERVES South Gambier 12.12 (84) d East Gambier 2.5 (17) Millicent 6.9 (45) d North Gambier 3.12 (30) West Gambier 14.16 (100) d Casterton Sandford 3.2 (20) UNDER 18 South Gambier12.6 (78) d East Gambier 1.8 (14) Millicent 20.7 (127) d North gambier 3.10 (28) UNDER 16 South Gambier White 17.17 (119) d East Gambier 1.2 (8) Millicent 12.7 (79) d North Gambier 6.5 (41) West Gambier 15.16 (106) d Casterton Sandford 2.1 (13) UNDER 14 South Gambier White 6.7 (43) d East Gambier 4.1 (25) Millicent 5.4 (34) d North Gambier 4.2 (26) West Gambier 8.7 (55) d Casterton Sandford 3.2 (20)

Western Border Netball

A GRADE East Gambier 64 (T. Gray, E. Hunter) d South Gambier 36 (A. Duncan, E. Bouchier); Millicent 62 (T. Sanderson, L. Denton) d North Gambier 57 (B. Walters, C. Davey); West Gambier 74 (S. Ritter, A. Cram) d Casterton Sandford 47 (C. Humphries, P. Murrell) A RESERVE East Gambier 55 (M. Richardson, T. Gray) d South Gambier 35 (M. Reid, M. Thiele); Millicent 47 (S. Ellis, S. Galllio) d North Gambier 41 (A. Close, L. Morgan-Howe); West Gambier 62 (C. Hunter, H. Fischer) d casterton Sandford 61 (N. Rhook, M. Rice) B GRADE South Gambier 55 (S. Auld, C. Riley) d East Gambier 32 (N. Smith, G. Hunt); Millicent 54 (M. Varcoe, J. Sunderland) d North Gambier 19 (A. Whan, E. Willoughby); Casterton Sandford 60 (A. McKinnon, L. Cleary) d Werst Gambier 31 (L. Jones, J. Kipping) C GRADE East Gambier 45 (K. Gaffney, D. Waters) d South Gambier 35 (J. McGregor, M. Dalton); Millicent 56 (S. Sims, S. Skeer) d North Gambier 26 (B. Young, I. Adam); West Gambier 35 (P. Coombe, O. James) d Casterton Sandford 33 (J. Parsons, K. Hutchins) 17 & UNDER South Gambier 57 (A. Duncan, M. Reid) d East Gambier 30 (I. Lamb, A. Bosko); Millicent 83 (O. Dean, D. Tunkin) d North Gambier 32 (L. Norman, A. Tentye); West Gambier 62 (S. Ritter, H. Pearson) d Casterton Sandford 50 (C. Foster, C. Humphries) 15 & UNDER A East Gambier 23 (J. Davis, M. Lamb) drew with South Gambier 23 (S. Wight, M. Harrold); Millicent 36 (L. Paul, E. Easterby) d North Gambier 24 (S. Mobbs, C. Nulty); West Gambier 54 (L. Croker, L. Simpson) d Casterton Sandford 27 (I. Lane, P. Carlin) 15 & UNDER B East Gambier 22 (A. Beverdige, L. Lamb) d South Gambier 17 (S. Wight, C. Attiwill); Millicent 37 (M. Fauchelle, M. Alcock) d North Gambier 21 (P. DeNys, T. McEachern); Casterton Sandford 50 (P. Carlin, M. Patton) d West Gam bier 24 (A. Hudson, I. McGregor) 13 & UNDER A South Gambier 36 (B. Bell, B. Ridding) d East Gambier 27 (S. Clark, K. Kerr); Millicent 39 (E. Crowe, M. Lynch) d North Gambier 28 (K. Anderson, E. Adam); West Gambier 43 (E. Jolley, S. Lindner) d Casterton Sandford 12 (O. Nolte, B. Carlin) 13 & UNDER B East Gambier 32 (T. Kemp, M. Clark) d South Gambier 5 (Z. Cole, H. Harvey); North Gambier 28 (M. Wells, M. Griffith) d Millicent 16 (J. Hibberd, T. Grosser); West Gambier 16 (L. Murdoch, E. McKenny) d Casterton Sandford 15 (M. Rees, B. Carlin) 11 & UNDER South Gambier 15 (E. Merchant, I. Fielding) d East Gambier 11 (I. Watson, S. Beveridge); Millicent 18 d North Gambier 15; West Gambier 36 (R. Lamb, H. Jackson) d Casterton Sandford 6 (S. Winchester, K. Henry)

MCDONALD PARK ACTION: (Above top left) Tenille Gray on the stretch; (above top right) Todd Lockwood looks to keep Noah Sims at bay; (above bottom right) Dan Christian looksfire off a handball; (left) Renee Pluckhahn on the stretch; (below) Chris Fallas kicks the ball forward. PHOTOS COURTESY OF FRANK MONGER




Singles champions Indoor bowls crowns men’s and ladies champions The Mount Gambier District Indoor Bowls Association held its last postponed association championship for the 2021 season. This Championship was postponed due to the Covid lockdown and was rescheduled for last Wednesday night. The championships being the Elma Attiwill / Intersport Ladies singles and the Pearson Family/ Athol and Sue Malseed Men’s singles, which also incorporated the Ian Simpson Memorial Champion of Champions. In the Elma Attiwill / Intersport Ladies singles, semi final saw PostTel player Keisha Pearson take victory from her Post-Tel team mate Lorraine VanDen Hoogen 8 shots to 3. The other semi final saw Fiona Pearson from Post-Tel beat Fiona Rochow from Glenburnie 11 shots to 1. This set up a final between Keisha Pearson and her mother Fiona Pearson, Fiona scored two shots on the first end. Then Keisha started to score single shots on the next two consecutive ends to equal the scores on the third. Then by the sixth end scores were level again, then Fiona decided to throw a long end to change the game but Keisha had last bowl to take shot and take victory and win the 2021 Elma Attiwill / Intersport Ladies singles championship 6 shots to 4. In the Pearson Family/Athol and Sue Malseed Men’s singles saw the first semi final go to Post-Tel’s Stephen Von Duve over Blue Lake

Bowler player Thomas Butler 9 shots to 2. In the second semi final Wandilo Water Rats player Tony Bowditch beat Craig Pearson from Post-Tel 8 shots to 4. The Men’s final between Stephen and Tony was lined up to be a very close game and that it was. Stephen got away to a great start with Stephen leading by four shots on the fourth end but Tony pegged the lead back and levelled the scores on the last end. This made them play an extra end with Stephen hanging on to one shot to win and victory 6 shots to 5 in the 2021 Men’s Singles championship. This saw Keisha and Stephen meet in the Ian Simpson Memorial Champion of Champions for the second year running, with Stephen wanting revenge over the 2019 Champion of Champion result. The Champion of Champions game was very close with Keisha one shot down on the fourth end but to her best bowling ability

Keisha scored two shots on the fifth end and by the sixth end scores were level, on the last end Keisha drew shot and was lucky to hang on to it to defeat Stephen and win the Memorial Champion of Champions named after her uncle. Keisha won the silverware 5 shots to 4 for the third time. Due to the lack of entries in the Ladies competition both the Ladies and Men’s Consolation events were combined. In the consolation semi finals Vincent Oakley (Commercial Club) defeated Tim Wrightson (Mil Lel) 7 shots to 6 and Gary Bowering (Saints) defeat Fiona Rochow (Glenburnie) 5 shots to 4. The consolation final was won by Vincent Oakley defeating Gary Bowering 8 shots to 4. LADIES & MEN’S SINGLES FINALISTS: Fiona Pearson, Keisha Pearson, Tony Bowditch, Gary Bowering, Stephen Von Duve & Vincent Oakley

KNT Football SENIORS Naracoorte 3.2 4.6 8.10 11.10 (76) Bordertown 3.3 8.6 9.6 10.8 (68) Goals - Naracoorte: R. Taggert 3; S. Willson, S. Bates, J. Gregg 2; A. Slohrach, K. Jacobs. Bordertown: C. McCarthy, H. Fromm, T. Whittlesea 2; J. Searle, K. Cuthbertson, L. Crawford, S. Devitt. Best - Naracoorte: K. Jacobs, S. Bates, T. Anderson, D. Albrecht, N. Lacey. B. Nolan. Bordertown: R. Tink, L. Crawford, C. McCarthy, C. Makin, L. Murch, M. Leigh. Kingston 2.3 6.7 10.7 13.13 (91) Penola 1.0 3.1 7.3 10.3 (63) Goals - Kingston: S. Siviour, J. Fisher 3; B. Warner, C. Wod, R. Reavley 2; G. Brice-Marwood. Penola: A. Merrett 3; B. Merrett, K. Messenger 2; W. Clayfiedl, L. Walker, B. Crabb. Best - Kingston: C. Wood, R. Reavley, J. Siviour, R. Werchiwski, J. Wehl, H, Lawrie. Penola: B. Bryant, L. Walker, S. Merrett, H. Porter, B. Crabb, J. Robbie. Kybybolite 1.0 4.3 6.4 10.6 (66) Border Districts 2.2 5.2 7.4 8.4 (52) Goals - Kybybolite: No details available. Border Districts: S. Mansell 4; M. Coles 2; M. Quinn, S. Robinson. Best - Kybybolite: No details available. Border Districts: M. Quinn, J. Helyar, Z. Edwards, F. Adams, G. Cother, S. Mansell. Mundulla 2.3 6.7 8.15 10.18 (78) Lucindale 2.1 4.5 6.6 10.6 (66) Goals -Mundulla: R. Tink 3; J. McGrice, B. redden 2; J. Hinge, D. Mosey, D. King. Lucindale: S. Williams 6; S. Mardling 2; S. Spriggs, T. Logan. Best - Mundulla: J. Mcgrice, D. Mosey, R. Tink, J. Hinge, T. Ballinger, D. Ridgway. Lucindale: L. Jones, M. Kelsh, S. Williams, T. Logan, H. Tregoweth, A. McCarthy. Padthaway 4.6 10.7 12.10 16.13 (111) Keith 1.2 2.4 5.6 8.9 (57) Goals - Padthaway: J. Vandermeer 4; T. Cox 3; J. Vandermeer, J. Dicker 2; C. marshall, L. harder, D. Obst, N. McCarthy, M. Raitt. keith: G. Johnson 3; S. Tooley 2; B. Simounds, J. Pitchford, W. McMurray. Best - Padthaway: N. McCarthy, J. Vandermeer, T. Edwards, T. Cox, A. Longbottom, J, Dicker. Keith: S. McMurray, W. Schreiber, G. Johnson, G. Thring, P. Capurso, B. Simounds. RESERVES Penola 10.11 (71) d Kingston 5.6 (36) Kybybolite 16.7 (103) d Border Districts 7.4 (46) Mundulla 20.10 (130) d Lucindale 3.10 (28) Keith 14.12 (96) d Padthaway 6.6 (42) Bordertown 10.15 (75) d Naracorote 5.6 (36) SENIOR COLTS Kingston 11.9 (75) d Penola 5.9 (39) Keith 11.4 (70) d Padthaway/Lucindale 4.2 (26) Naracoorte 7.10 (52) d Bordertown 1.5 (11) JUNIOR COLTS Penola 8.8 (56) d Kingston 3.2 (20) Kybybolite 10.6 (66) d Border Districts 0.0 (0) Mudulla 10.9 (69) d Padthaway/Lucindale 4.6 (30) Bordertown 8.9 (57) d Naracoorte 4.10 (34)

Darts finals on the horizon After 12 rounds of the SEDA winter darts season, the German Club team has got itself an unassailable lead at the top of the ladder in Division 1 and will look forward to playing in the 2nd semi-final and having a double life come finals time mid-September. They bounced back well - with the help of poached German Club Lions player Chad Chewter - to defeat Us 18-3 who were sitting on the 2nd rung at the time. Us who are the only team to beat the ladder leaders to date now drop to 3rd on the ladder just behind GWT – by percentage only – who had a solid 15-6 win over SA1 who look poised to take out the wooden spoon. The remaining match saw the struggling Millicent Misfits go down 16-5 to Tav Slingers who are guaranteed a finals berth and still in with a chance to pinch 3rd spot or even 2nd if either GWT or Us happen to drop a couple of matches. In Division 2, the 3 frontrunners all continued on their merry way with big wins. Ladder leaders, defending premiers and flag favourites Port Mac Pirates defeated Commersh 2 11-4, Mad Max who currently sit in 2nd easily took care of Millicent Bandits 10-5, and 3rd placed German Club Lions - without their star player as stated above - had a solid 11-4 win over Flanagans who have dropped from 4th to 7th on the ladder in recent weeks though they are still only 1 win from finals contention. In the remaining 2 matches SA2 – who now move to 4th on the ladder in the remaining finals position - defeated Redbacks R Us 9-6, and Easterners (5th) just got home over Us Too 8-7. With a bit of congestion from 4th to 7th on the ladder with 4 teams being on equal points and fairly close percentage wise, who qualifies for that last finals position is anyone’s guess. Division 3 saw bottom placed RSL Snipers having a good win over 3rd placed Us3 10-5 to keep themselves in the hunt for a possible finals appearance, and ladder leaders Attamurra Arrows accounted for Tavern Tigers 9-6. Highway Rangers had a week off with the bye. The Association will hold their annual Graded Singles at the Tara Raceway clubrooms on Friday 27th August. All currently registered players are qualified to compete in their respective divisions.


OTHER DARTS NEWS In other darts news, local player and SA state team qualifier Karl Schaefer who plays out of the German Club has been doing well on the board in recent months. As well as winning just about every SEDA tournament this year he won the Murray Bridge Open Singles earlier in the year, he recently won an on-line singles tournament hosted by Darts Victoria and also another hosted by The Bull Pen which is an on-line darts league and has won or done extremely well in quite a few others. He will be looking to do Mount Gambier proud at the national titles at Echuca, Victoria later this year when and if they are able to be held.




Grant High brings home State title Young players represent the school with pride at State Knockout hockey competition

Grant High School had three teams competing in Adelaide last week as part of the Knockout Schools Sport competition and returned with some precious silverware – claiming the Year 8/9 mixed hockey title. The eventual champions had the hardest draw of all three teams, having to play four, 40 minute games in the space of five hours. The Yea r8/9 mixed team started with two back to back contests against quality opposition, working hard to secure a 3-0 win over Henley High and a 2-0 win against Trinity College. The three Year 8 and 11 Year 9 players then recovered over a lunch break before taking on

three more opponents – the scorelines suggesting they were weaker opposition compared to the tough morning schedule. The Grant High team lost a bit of momentum playing against their friends in the Tenison Woods College team, however after half time they were able to hit the back of the goals twice to secure the win. In the final game against St Marks, Grant scored early in the game and continued to take a very comfortable 6-1 win. Grant High’s undefeated run secured the mixed team the State title with team leaders Ella Matheson and Will Cameron accepting the championship shield in a short ceremony at the end of the day. The team also made its mark in

the style stakes with Ashley Beck paced in charge of the team’s match day hair styles with boys and girls alike outing for braids. The Open Girls, who were captained by Zara Blackwell and Holly Bastian, started their campaign with a tough game against Scotch College, who then went on to claim the state championship. Their second game against St Marks College was a lot closer – a 1-2 loss. The team then chose to adopt a more traditional 5,3,2 line up for their final two games, losing to Henley High 0-4 in the third game, and a heartbreaking 0-1 loss to crosstown rivals St Martins Lutheran College with a fast break goal in the final 30 seconds of the game.

The Grant High School Open Girls team only had three senior school players in the team, filling the positions with five Year 9 students and seven Year 10 students. Although they lost all games this year, the young side will be one to watch in the near future, with coach Meg Beck predicting 2023 to be the year the open championship honours returns to Grant High School. The Open Boys had more success starting with a very close 0-1 loss to championship side Prince Alfred College. Their next two games saw wins on the board, scoring 1-0 against Nuriootpa and 2-1 against Henley. To make the final playoffs, Grant High Open Boys had to win

against St Peters College in their final game. Unfortunately, early in the second half St Peters scored the first goal, and Grant was not able to equalise. This gave St Peters the win and a second chance to defeat Prince Alfred College for the championship. Grant High was led by senior students Aiden Cameron and Angus Langsmith, and, like the Open Girls, was also a very young side with seven students out of the 14 in Year. 8 and 9. BEST IN THE BUSINESS: (Above left) The Year 8/9 mixed hockey championship team and (above right) team leaders Ella Matheson & Will Cameron.

Big field for 2-4-2 competition Last week with such a beautiful afternoon, Millicent bowlers came out of the woodwork to take part in the 2-4-2 competition. With 54 players registering to play, one rink of triples was required and by the end of the 20 ends game some very good scores were recorded. Winning the day with a score of 33+19 was the team of Terry Lonergan and Rod Gibbs taking home the prize pool of $54.00 each. Runners- up with a score of 33+10 was the team of Derrick Lindh and Neil Whelan. Other winning teams for the day were, the triple of Ian Kuchel, Mary Clifford and Glen Tilley with a score of 33+9. Joy Warren, Ros Varcoe 33+7. Rob Chambers, Brian Roper 32+11. Peter Dunnicliff, John Buhlmann 32+10. Merle Stevens, Adriana Ross 32+5. Brian Goode, John Eldridge 31+13. Graham Parsons, Iain Campbell 31+9. Glen Schapel, Del Parsons 31+2. Alby Cecotti, Carl Schapel 30+4. Denis Clifford, Peter Varcoe 30+3 and David Nuske, Sarah Ross 30+2. Players were also reminded that those who haven’t paid their subs that they are due before the pennant season starts. 2-4-2 WINNERS: Terry Lonergan & Rod Gibbs

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Skye has no limit Surasak Pienudomkijlert dominates events at the Mount Gambier Gun Club’s monthly competition

The Mount Gambier Gun Club held its monthly competition earlier this month in sunny and favourable conditions , except for some wind gusts with some light rain and later in the day when the light conditions started to fail, but this did not deter the determined shooters to obtain some high scores. The opening event was the The Commercial Hotel 25 Tgt Club Balltrap Championship. This competition was enthusiastically shot as the targets are faster and thrown in greater angles thus showing off the competitors expertise. With his fine marksmanship Tom Jenkins emerged victorious with a score of 36/37 to claim the overall honours, Don Pratt 24/27 won from Darren Beyer 23/27. Surasak Pienudomkijlert 24/25 won B from Andrew Jenkins 24/27 and Mick Rudd 23/25 just edged out Scott Fleming 21/25 to win C. The”Spot On Fishing and Tackle 25 Tgt Double Barrel Championship was well shot with a few of the shooters attaining perfect scores resulting in shoot offs with a top score of 55/55, Surasak Pienudomkijlert won AA after a shoot off from Dougal Simson 54/55. Darren Murrell 26/27 just edged Peter Winser 25/27 to win A, Brian Case 24/25 just won B. from Rodney Gilcrist 23/25 , and Peter Klieve 20/25 won C from Frank Kentish 18/25. The Green Triangle Livestock event of 25 Pair Double Rise was the last competition and this being a rather difficult event was shot well in the failing light conditions. Surasak Pienudomkijlert 43/50 won AA from Darren Beyer 41/50, Don Pratt 57/70 just outshot Steve Chambers 54/70 to win A, Max Medhurst 43/50 won B from Peter Winser 37/50 and Brian Case 39/50 edged out Robert Atkinson 35/50

The South East Autotrade Highgun award over the three events was successfully won by Surasak Pienudomkijlert with a great score of 92/100. The next monthly competition will be held on Saturday, September 11. HIGHGUN WINNER: (Above top left) South East Autotrade Highgun award Surasak (Skye) Pienudomkijlert DOUBLE RISE CHAMPIONSHIP: (Above top right) Green Triangle Livestock 25 Pair Double Rise Championship podium Max

Medhurst, Surasak (Skye) Pienudomkijlert, Brian Case & Don Pratt DOUBLE BARREL CHAMPIONSHIPS: (Above centre) Spot On Fishing and Tackle 25 Tgt Double Barrel Championship poodiumDarren Murrell, Surasak (Skye) Pienudomkijlert & Brian Case BALLTRAP CHAMPIONSHIP: (Above bottom) Commercial Hotel 25 Tgt Club Balltrap Championship podium Surasak (Skye) Pienudomkijlert, Mick Rudd & Don Pratt.

Mixed results in round two The Mount Gambier Table Tennis Winter 2021 Season continued last week and Round 2 results were a mixture of dominant performances and close encounters across all grades. Sarah’s Team triumphed over the JJ’s in the first A Grade of the evening, the ever-reliable Leigh Barry triumphing in all his singles rubbers comfortably. Sarah Thompson also performed strongly for the victors, as did JJ’s player Scott Davies. Davies was the only one to score a win over Thompson in an absolute classic five-game thriller. Thompson’s two other singles contests also went the distance to five games, she was able to come out on top in both, and the overall result ended 8-3 in her team’s favour. Where The Hell ‘R’ Ya appeared to be coasting to an easy victory against Charming Archies in the second A-grade match, the former winning the first four rubbers of the night before the Archies won five of the remaining seven rubbers to just fall short, the final 6-5 result not reflective of the WTHRY’s early dominance. Highlights of the contest included WTHRY player Bill-John Watson’s five-game victories against Charming Archies opponents Robin Pellen and Ian Conlin respectively, as well as Conlin’s tense tussle with Kevin Patzel. The third and final A Grade match of the night was also evenly matched, Warriors going toe-to-toe with Rowan And The Boys. Ben Newman started strongly for Warriors, securing a five-game win over Sanith Ghetia, before Travis Sweet squared the ledger for Rowan And The Boys with a surprisingly comfortable victory over the usually strong Aaron McPhee. The showpiece matchup of the night was fittingly between Newman and Sweet. Newman gained the upper hand early with victory in the opening game before Sweet hit back, taking the next. The third game was a nailbiter, neither player giving an inch in a quality showing of power and finesse, until Newman pounced on a crucial lapse in concentration from Sweet to take the game. Not to be denied, Sweet came out firing in the fourth game, taking it comfortably to ensure the contest went to a decider. As their respective teammates gathered on the sidelines, the two combatants steeled themselves for an epic final assault. Once again, Newman’s power strokes were evenly matched by Sweet’s counterpunches and precise placement, both players drawing on all their skills to gain the ascendancy. In the end youth prevailed, Sweet outlasting a fatiguing Newman to take the final game and the rubber for Rowan And The Boys. It was all in vain however, as Warriors escaped with a 6-5 overall win. B Grade results were also a mixed bag, as Revengers made light work of their matchup with RLM to the tune of 9-2, whilst Young Guns had a much tougher time in overcoming the Backhand Bandits, eventually prevailing by 6 rubbers to 5. Cameron Beal, Rhys Edwards and Olu Lande all performed strongly for Revengers, while Rayelene Hutchesson provided the only positive for the RLM, scoring a pridesalvaging victory over Edwards in their encounter. Hayden Luo and Kuncheria Luka performed solidly for Young Guns, while Harry Childs kept a clean sheet to almost singlehandedly carry Backhand Bandits over the line. A run of four rubbers in a row in the back end of the contest proved the difference for the Young Guns. By the time Childs scored a comfortable win over Luo in the final rubber of the night, it was too late, and the result had been decided. In the C Grade, 2 And A Half Men scored a comfortable 4-1 victory over Cyborgs, both Andrew Schubert and Nathaniel Harris-Jones proving too much of a handful for Emina Leamey and Sergio Cesaro. Leamey and Cesaro scored some consolation, combining for victory in the doubles. The second of the C-grade matchups was a tighter contest, The Fires prevailing 3-2 over The Hurricanes. Nudee Cook was by far the standout player in this match, keeping her singles sheet clean. Cook’s five-game victory over Richard Horrigan to close out the evening clinched the victory for the Fires. The final C Grade encounter of the week saw the Spinning Sonics come from behind to secure an impressive 7-4 victory over the Rollers. Spinning Sonics players Nick Sweet and Tom Horrigan started strongly with victories in their respective opening singles rubbers, before the Rollers hit back through victories to Lorraine Halleday and Chris Turner through the middle section of the bout. Horrigan, Sweet and Jacob Ireland then stepped up a gear, taking out the last four rubbers to secure the overall win for the Spinning Sonics. 3-rubber winners: • A Grade: Leigh Barry (Sarah’s Team), Travis Sweet (Rowan And The Boys) • B Grade: Cameron Beal, Olu Lande (Revengers) Harry Childs (Backhand Bandits) • C Grade: Nick Sweet (Spinning Sonics), Nudee Cook (The Fires) Andrew Schubert, Nathaniel Harris-Jones (Two And A Half Men) TABLE TENNIS ACTION: Travis Sweet




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South Australian championships on the horizon South East Field and Game will be back in actionthis Sunday shooting 100 targets of English Sporting Clays. This discipline is where all targets are shot in repeated pairs. Following the July event being cancelled, due to a COVID-19 lockdown, it is hoped this event can proceed as normal. Sponsors for this weekend’s event are Richmond Park Sheep Stud & Stuart Bowd Contracting. Within this event is the Two Person Family Team Shoot with sponsorship from Russell Industries South East Field & Game will host the 2021 South Australian State sporting Clays Championships over the weekend of September 25 and 26. Jeremy Kent (pictured) will be looking to add a further title to his collection. The club has been working hard to get Burrungule Park ready for this 150 target event, which is always a highlight of the year on the South Australian Sporting Clays

calendar. Sponsorship from Roundwood Solutions will be provided for the Day 1 handicap High Gun over 100 Targets. The South Australian Field & Game Association will be holding a regional meeting to conduct a Strategic planning review this

Wednesday at 7pm at Kongorong Football club, with a ight supper provided. All sporting clay shooters members from Lake Bonney Sporting Clays and South East Field & Game are urged to attend to help shape the future strategic direction of the association.

Tough conditions for tennis event

With a few still away chasing the sun, a good size field of 21 were happy to hit the fairways for the fourth and final round of the Marlene Lingham Memorial Stableford Trophy competition at the Blue Lake Golf Course last Wednesday and was sponsored by the Blue Lake Bar and Bistro. The weather was a little better than the recent couple of Wednesdays with only a couple of light showers but still very heavy underfoot. There have been various winners in all the rounds so it was only going to be an interesting finish for the honours to step onto the winner’s podium. The final round did just that with a threeway countback required to separate the winners. In Division 1, Geraldine Scott, Helen Myers and Ronda Edwards all finished with 31 points with the former getting the nod. S cott carded 15/16, off 25 handicap, and included a four pointer birdie on the second and a three pointer on the par four 13th with a chip-in “ferret”. Myers, off 23 handicap, also had 15/16 and included two three pointers on the front nine. Edwards off a 19 handicap had par’s on the 8th,12th, 14th and 18th. The score of the day came from Division Two’s Karen Panagopolous carding 36 points and off a 38 handicap, she made the most of the extra strokes scoring 18/18 and included three three pointers pars on the front nine 2nd, 5th and 8th and a four pointer on the 11th and 14th. A chip-in “ferret” on the 13th saved a triple bogey from happening. Runner up Trudy Herbert was only two strokes behind carding 34 points off a 34 handicap. Herbert’s four three pointers on the front and on the back nine holes gave her 17/17. Nearest to the pin 2nd shot on the par 3 14th winner’s were Ronda Edwards (div 1) and Bev Pascoe (div 2) The August monthly medal sponsored by Grant and Dianne Perryman will be played this week along with the previously cancelled 2nd round of the President’s Trophy sponsored by Scotty’s Loader Services Mt. Gambier. STABLEFORD PODIUM: Division 2 runner up Trudy Herbert, winner Karen Panagopolous, Division 1 winner Geraldine Scott & runner up Helen Myers

Ten South East Senior Tennis players braved the very windy conditions earlier this month at Blue Lake Sports Park, with no winners crowned on the day. The next event will also be held at Blue Lake Sports Park on September 19 at 11am. BRAVING THE CONDITIONS: (Back row) Bob Brown, John Barry, Peter Barry, Terry Nisbet & Bernie Paltridge and (fron row) Peter Brennan, Helen Rathjen, Necia Evans, Christine Cram & Rhondda Truscott.

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Mount Gambier netball crowns its best & fairest A Grade Rhiannon Christian - Saints 21 Votes Kate Biszko - Intruders 18 Votes A2 Ieshia Goldsmith - Hobitz 27 Votes Ebony Leggett - Intruders 24 Votes B1 Tamara Ferguson - Zodiacs 28 Votes Christie Green - Amazons 17 Votes Ashlie Michell - Intruders 17 Votes B2 Deanna Summers - Vicis 16 Votes Rebecca Wallace - Hobitz 15 Votes

17 & Under Kellie Wallace - Hobitz 23 Votes Lily Oakley - Hobitz 16 Votes Maddy Cowland - Hobitz 16 Votes 15 & Under Sarah Miller - Zodiacs 22 Votes Isabelle Forrest - Saints 18 Votes 13 & Under A Aynslee Hayman - Saints 21 Votes Halle Moore - Vicis 20 Votes 13 & Under B Miah Jackway - Vicis 19 Votes Mackenzie Porter - Zodiacs 18 Votes

Junior Nunan Award Sarah Miller - Zodiacs Senior Nunan Award Tamara Ferguson - Zodiacs Andrea Wright Umpire Award Amazons - Isabelle Green Hobitz - Lily Oakley Intruders - Harmony Kennett Saints - Chloe McIntosh Vicis - Deanna Summers Zodiacs - Louise Paltridge Team of the Year Goalies Jordi Gower, Tash Moreland and Kate Biszko Mid Court Kym Stewart, Nicole Forrest, Bianca Jackway and Gabriella Chandler Defence Rhiannon Christian, Samantha Crute and Lisa Rainey

Indoor bowls results Kimberly-Clark Australia Pennants - Round 15 Commercial Club 62 d Glencoe 47, Mt Gambier Bowls Club 62 d Yahl 53, Post-Tel 73 d Wandilo Water Rats 39, RSL & District 69 d Mil Lel 44, Moorak Red 63 d Blue Lake Bowlers White 58, Kongorong 55 d Moorak Blue 49, Glenburnie 82 d Blue Lake Bowlers Blue 45, Saints Bye.. Shield Qualification - Premiership Table after Round 14 Commercial Club 26 points, 150.80%; Post-Tel 24,161.76; Wandilo Water Rats 24, 156.73; Glenburnie 20, 138.22; Mt Gambier Bowls Club 17, 106.31; RSL & District 16, 106.49; Mil Lel 14, 108.86; Saints 13, 101.07; Moorak Red 12, 81.55; Kongorong 12, 81.06; Glencoe 10, 87.73; Blue Lake Bowlers Blue 8, 70.54; Yahl 6, 85.18; Moorak Blue 4, 76.35; Blue Lake Bowlers White 4, 59.13 Next Week’s Finals Allocations KIlsby Shield to be played at St Pauls Qualification Final: Post-Tel vs Wandilo Water Rats Elimination Final: Glenburnie vs Mt Gambier Bowls Club – Commercial Club Bye Malseed Shield to be played at Mt Gambier Bowls Club Qualification Final: Mil Lel vs Saints Elimination Final: Moorak Red vs Kongorong – RSL & District Bye Howell & Davis Shield to be played at RSL & District Bowling Club Qualification Final: Blue Lake Bowlers Blue vs Yahl, limination Final Moorak Blue vs Blue Lake Bowlers White – Glencoe Bye

MGNA Netball Mid South East Netball

PRELIMINARY FINALS A GRADE Intruders 39 (Emma Gilcrist, Kate Biszko) defeated Saints 36 (Rhiannon Christian, Nicole Forrest) A2 GRADE Hobitz 40 (Ieshia Goldsmith, Zahlia Feast) defeated Saints 30 (Kimmi Pratt, Nadia McLean) B1 GRADE Hobitz Blue 36 (Karli Rigby, Lateasha Bruhn) defeated Amazons 32 (Jessica Kennedy, Nicole Orr) B2 GRADE Vicis 40 (Ruby Black, Jasmine Dunn) defeated Zodiacs 35 (Samantha Haarsma, Rachel Franklin) 17 & UNDER Hobitz Blue 42 (Sophie Couldrey, Sari Mutton) defeated Intruders 19 (Chernita Goldsmith, Zoe Ashby) 15 & UNDER Intruders 37 (Dakota Verrity, Alysha Verrity) defeated Zodiacs Gold 29 (Sarah Miller, Olivia White) 13 & UNDER A Zodiacs 28 (Portia Scanlon, Sienna Copping) defeated Hobitz (Ashlyn Horn, Bonny De Nys) 13 & UNDER B Hobitz Blue 4 (Imogen McLeod, Miely-Rose Winterfield) lost to Amazons 7 (Elizabeth Benny, Emma Johnson)

A GRADE Kalangadoo 58 d Glencoe 36 (E. Thompson, D. Jaeschke); Port MacDonnell 37 (M. Amy, M. Moore) d Kongorong 19 (E. Lightbody, R. Buckingham); Mt Burr 44 (H. Clark, L. Schultz) d Robe 32 (T. Gluyas, G. Perkins); Hatherleigh 69 (K. Green, L. Haines) d Tantanoola 57 (E. Gould, V. Lucas) A RESERVE Kalangadoo 43 (S. Pulkkinen, E. McDiarmid) d Glencoe 40 (M. Markiewicz, A Finnis); Port macDonnell 34 (N. Lewis, B. O’Dine) d Kongorong 30 (R. Perry, N. Fox); Mt Burr 42 (S. Lowndes, L. Wheeler) d Robe 28 (I. Sneath, S. Haggett); Tantanoola 37 (K. Varcoe,,G. Clarke) d Hatherleigh 30 ( L. Corman, L. Chant) B GRADE Kalangadoo 52 (N. Reeves, J. Crowhurst) d Glencoe 43 (S. Brierley, S. McDonnell); Port MacDonnell 42 d Kongorong 26 (B. Nolmes, S. Elshaug); Mt Burr27 (S. Mueller, G. Lambert) d Robe 11 (P. Baker, T. Jess); Tantanoola 42 (N. Rutkowski, S. Peters) d Hatherleigh 36 (J. Bowman, N. Chambers) B RESERVE Kalangadoo 60 (D. Mulligan, R. May) d Glencoe 32 (A. Briggs, B. Scheer); Port MacDonnnell 50 (M. Hann, A. Smith) d Kongorong 19 (S. Block, R. Baldwin); Mt Burr 44 (R. Fox, A. Collyer) d Robe 25 (J. Burns-Svic, R. Maczkowiack); Hatherleigh 54 (K. Bowman, G. Chant) d Tantanoola 26 (K. Ballintyne, T. Taylor) 17 & UNDER Kalangadoo 63 (M. Stevens, E. Mulraney) d Glencoe 26 (J. Mitchell, Z. Mulraney); Port macDonnell 45 (R. Wallace, A. Smith) d Kongorong 16 (M. Buckingham, M. Formosa); Robe 38 (M. Wirth, M. Hayes) d Mt Burr 31 (J. Hayward, M. Job); Hatherleigh 90 (D. Hateley, J. Bellinger) d Tantanoola 10 (M. Kelly, E. Clarke) 15 & UNDER Kalangadoo 59 (C. Peacock, E. Wurst) d Glencoe 11 (A. Medhurst, J. Mutch); Kongorong 42 (E. Sealey, K. Gordon) d Port macDonnell 40 (L. Wilson, S. Lewis); Mt Burr 48 (O. Holland, M. Burns) d Robe 24 (E. Dew, H. Joseph); Hatherleigh 54 (T. Haines, D. Brown) d Tantanoola 18 (L. Riley, E. Cytrowski) 13 & UNDER Kalangadoo 80 (L. Egan, S. Russell) d Glencoe 10 (M. Maney, S. Hawke); Port MacDonnell 31 (J. Morgan, B. MCLean) d Kongorong 2 (G. Altschwager, R. Janeway); Mt Burr 35 (S. Smith, T. Gamble) d Robe 18 (M. Schubert, M. Fennell); Hatherleigh 72 (K. Nettle, S. Barlow) d Tantanoola 11 (L. Bentley, E. Gardin)

Coach Kym Stewart & Cath Dycer Goal throwing Award Hobitz A Grade 975

A GRADE BEST & FAIREST: Runner Up Kate Biszko & winner Rhiannon Christian.

8 Ball action in the spotlight SOUTH EAST WOMEN’S EIGHTBALL LEAGUE Round 18 saw defending premiers German Club Shooters gain themselves a bit of breathing space at the top of the ladder with a 10-5 win over bottom placed RSL. Eastern Sapphires - currently 2nd who were on an 11 match winning streak surprisingly went down 8-7 to Commersh Cougas who are currently 6th and in a 3-way battle for 6th, 7th and 8th positions with JT Strikers and Park Panthers who are all equal on wins and very close to one another on percentage. Park Panthers were thrashed 14-1 by German Club Warriors who were out for blood after going down 11-4 to the lower placed JT Strikers in a shock loss in round 17. Park Nomads, and JT Strikers both just scraped in 8-7 wins over opponents Commercial Club Ballistix, and Just Jens respectively, and German Club Legends who currently sit in 4th spot had the bye. MOUNT GAMBIER EIGHTBALL ASSOCIATION Well things are really starting to bunch up at the top of the ladder after round 19 which now sees Aussie move to top following a solid 13-2 win over debutants Commersh Comics, and Commercial Club Saints sitting out last round with the bye. Aussie have a one match win buffer back to German Club teams Underdogs - who are nipping at their heels - and Gatecrashers - who will do their best to ruin the party - who now sit 2nd and 3rd respectively and both gained a position on the ladder after leap-frogging Saints – who slipped to 4th - due to the former 2 having the better percentage. Underdogs were lucky to come away with a win on Wednesday night when they just scraped home 8-7 over Eastern Allsorts who sit well down the ladder in 16th position while Gatecrashers thrashed fellow German Club team Shooters 14-1 in a match that had a lot of frames that were decided with both players down to the black ball and could have gone either way. Underdogs with the best percentage now look poised to take the top spot from Aussie who will sit out with the bye in the penultimate round which is still 5 weeks away but are yet to play the ladder leaders which will happen in the final round which could possibly allow Gatecrashers to jump them both as they sit just one solitary frame behind Underdogs. German Club Meerkats – who round out the top 5 and hold the final Division 1 position - came out on top in a close 8-7 win against Linksview Crawlers while 6th placed Linksview won 9-6 over German Club TNT to retain their position and now enjoy a 2 win buffer over Crawlers which will come in handy seeing Crawlers have a much better percentage. In other matches, Commercial Club Lakers and German Club Nemows both had good wins over respective opponents Jens1 and German Club Bandits and both retain 9th and 10th spots on the ladder respectively which sees them currently qualifying for Division 2 come finals time. Note that both Linksview and Lakers have mistakenly been credited with 15-0 wins due to forfeits against the struggling Bandits when they should have only been awarded their season average winning margins at the time so this could come into play if things are tight percentage wise at the conclusion of the minor round if the stats are corrected. OTHER EIGHTBALL NEWS The Marshall & Moore Memorial Cup teams tournament was due to be played on the weekend of the 21st & 22nd of August but was cancelled due to about half the teams not being able to attend due to being from Victoria. A singles tournament was held in its place, results to come in next week’s review. In international news, Jake McCartney (pictured) of Ballarat who has won many of the biggest tournaments in Australia including Big Guns, the Anzac Open, the Geelong Open - multiple times, the Berri Open - 3 times, and many others, travelled to the UK recently to compete in the Ultimate Pool Professional Series which is a major televised title. McCartney managed to do Australia proud and come away with the win in the “Pro Event 2”. He pocketed 4,000 GBP for his efforts and a spot in the Champion of Champions event later in the year.


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