Issue 909 - Wednesday, November 24, 2021
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Hitting the road Music education program set to travel the nation Australian jazz icon James Morrison loves jazz. Outside of family, it has been his life. But it
hasn’t just been about his love of performing and gracing the stages of the world, from Sydney
to New York and everywhere in between. That hasn’t been his only means of sharing his passion,
like his mentor and lifelong friend, the late, great Don Burrows, James has always had a strong focus on education. So, while the James Morrison Academy of Music (JMA) is winding up in terms of being aligned to a tertiary education institution, the dream of music education lives on. See inside for full story
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Family violence in focus Sixteen days of activism starts with breakfast event Limestone Coast Family Violence Action Group will again fire up the barbecue at Frew Park this Friday between 7.30am and 9.30am for the annual Say “No” to Violence Breakfast. Held annually since 2011, with the exception of last year due to COVID, the free community breakfast recognises the United Nations International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women. All community members are invited to come along to enjoy a free cooked breakfast from the Rapid Relief Team with free barista coffee kindly supplied by Metro Bakery & Café and EspressoWorx. This event is also generously sponsored by Soroptimist International, Mount Gambier and the Sunset Kitchen. The International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, November 25, marks the start of the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence. The 16 Days of Activism end on 10 December (International Human Rights Day) and tackles the global prevalence of men’s violence against women and girls.
Blue Lake Fun Run resurrected online for 2021 Organisers of the Blue Lake Fun Run had to make the agonising decision to cancel the popular event for the second successive year – that decision came a couple of months ago. They had hinted, though, that perhaps some sort of virtual event could be hosted, just to keep the fitness and fundraising event front of mind. Runners and walkers can now register for the 2021 event via the website or facebook, with a $10 entry fee for adults and $5 for Under 18 participants, with local community groups and projects set to benefit, as they usually do with the typical running of the event. All details in terms of providing proof of completion of your one, two or three laps of the Blue Lake are outlined at the time of registration and you have until Christmas Eve to participate. Hopes are high the award winning community event will be able to return to usual transmission in 2022 after COVID has sparked the shelving of the past two fun runs. The Lakes Rotary Club of Mount Gambier have been the official organisers of the event since 2014 with a large number of community groups and projects benefitting from the funds raised through the fun run, which usually attracts around 1000 participants.
“...we all can play an important role in creating a positive change in our community... to ensure women and children across Australia are safe...” Previously this breakfast has been known as the White Ribbon Breakfast, however, the Limestone Coast Family Violence Action Group have decided to focus on the Global 16 Days of Activism Campaign. This year, the group again is focussed on the “Clothesline Project” which will be on display in the Mount Gambier Library during the 16 Days of Activism. The Mount Gambier Library will display t-shirts designed by survivors of family and domestic violence, and also by members of the Limestone Coast Family Violence Action Group. The aim is to raise awareness of the prevalence of family and domestic violence across Australia and start the conversation that violence is never the answer. Secretary Katherine Davies states that 1 in 3 Australian
women have experienced physical violence since the age of 15 and on average, one woman is murdered every week in Australia by a current or former partner. “We all can play an important role in creating a positive change in our community by coming together and discussing changes that are needed to ensure women and children across Australia are safe,” she said. “So come along and enjoy a hot breakfast and support our goal in creating positive change towards the prevention of violence against women.” If you know a woman experiencing violence, speak up. Ask her if you can help, the Limestone Coast has wonderful supports available. 1800 RESPECT supports women in the Limestone Coast and can be contacted on 1800 737 732
Students bring indigenous designs for milestone event Millicent High School students spent the end of last week painting indigenous designs on the planter boxes on the corner of Davenport and Stuckey Streets. The designs were developed in consultation with local Indigenous people, with the finished product unveiled at the weekend in time for the smoking ceremony on Saturday that kicked off Millicent’s 150th celebrations.
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Sprucing up the town The back of the Naracoorte Town Hall has been given an exciting facelift as part of the Library and Town Hall Redevelopment. A colourful, contemporary mural now graces the once blank wall facing Ormerod Street in a collaborative project with Adelaide-based artist Jake Holmes and a group of students from Naracoorte High School. The group of 19 students came up with drawings which captured the theme of wellbeing to incorporate in the colour-blocked mural featuring the word ‘Welcome’. The mural was funded under the Naracoorte Lucindale Wellbeing Program through Wellbeing SA.
Open for business Council staff ready to welcome summer tourists
The Blue Lake Welcome Centre has been re-activated for the summer period, re-opening its doors last Friday. The temporary pop up service will be staffed with City of Mount Gambier Visitor Service Officers from Friday to Monday between 10am and 3pm. “We have provided our staff with additional training to ensure they are ready to provide information from the Blue Lake,” City Growth General Manager Tim Coote said.“Staff will be able to answer any questions visitors may have when they stop to view the city’s
“... council is keen to activate the site with mobile food and coffee vendors and we will also sell new tourism merchandise such t-shirts, hoodies, caps, beanies and stickers...” Tim Coote (City of Mount Gambier City Growth Manager) leading tourist attraction.” Temporary parking permits will be provided to approved mobile food vendors to allow operators to serve food and drink outside of the Welcome Centre. “Council is keen to activate the site with mobile food and
coffee vendors and we will also sell new tourism merchandise such t-shirts, hoodies, caps, beanies and stickers,” Mr Coote said. “We will stock the Molony’s range of soft drinks including Blue Lake lemonade in the fridge.” Crown Lands - Department for Environment and Water (DEW) granted City of Mount Gambier and SA Water joint custodianship of the key land parcel at the Blue Lake in June 2021. SA Water and City of Mount Gambier were named as custodians for recreation, tourism and water supply purposes. In July last year, council resolved to pursue a new avenue for the high-profile tourism site and its tourism assets as outlined in its 2020 - 2024 Strategic Plan, with a view to develop and deliver a tourism master plan for the area. “The activation plan is temporary as council is in the process of preparing a draft Community Land Management Plan for the Blue Lake,” Mr Coote said. The plan will consider that the State Heritage Crater Lakes precinct is managed in accordance with the Crater Lakes Conservation Management Plan and will involve community consultation in the new year. “Council is working with SA Water to draft an agreement to guide the use, activities and protocols associated with the Blue Lake,” he said. WELCOME BACK: Visitor service officers Tracey Martin, Sarah Norris, Olivia Slattery & Mandy Telfer look forward to welcoming visitors and locals at the Blue Lake Welcome Centre over the summer period.
Financial pressure hits dementia project Boandik shelves construction but remains committted to industry leading development It might have been placed on the backburner but Boandik is committed to delivering its innovative dementia project – Ridland Villas Dementia Village. Boandik CEO Gillian McGinty said the call on shelving construction for the foreseeable future was as tough as they come. “The board is committed to the Ridland Villas Dementia Village project but has made the difficult decision to defer the construction at this point,” Mrs McGinty said. “There have been many challenges over the past two years that have contributed to this decision.” The pandemic and significant legislative requirements that have been increased due to the Royal Commission into Residential Aged Care have been contributing factors in delaying turning the sod on the industry leading project. The Boandik Lodge Dementia Village looms as an Australian first and the multi-million dollar Ridland Villas have been part of the Boandik Lodge blueprint for five years, The project took a major step forward this year when it underwent the tender process for the almost $12million dollar critical development that is the result of years of research, including extensive consultation with key stakeholders and industry experts, and a two year collaboration with architect ThomsonAdsett. The expected start on construction has now been delayed, though, thanks to financial pressures. “Boandik has worked with the architect and builder over the past
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The Ridland Villas design are all about creating familiarity for the clients as the award winning aged care provider looks to continue to be a leader in its field, meeting the needs of people living with dementia. The village style design, including a garden, chickens, a café, hairdresser and a general store, is the state-of-the-art model for ensuring the quality of life of dementia clients. In the wake of the dementia project hold up, the Boandik chief also expressed concern over aged care funding more broadly. “The funding system for residential aged care is flawed
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Hitting the road Music education program set to travel the nation Australian jazz icon James Morrison loves jazz. Outside of family, it has been his life. But it hasn’t just been about his love of performing and gracing the stages of the world, from Sydney to New York and everywhere in between. That hasn’t been his only means of sharing his passion, like his mentor and lifelong friend, the late, great Don Burrows, James has always had a strong focus on education. So, while the James Morrison Academy of Music (JMA) is winding up in terms of being aligned to a tertiary education institution, the dream of music education lives on and it is arguably more jazz in style than anything James has done before. JMA is hitting the road. It is taking jazz to the classrooms of Australia, and, quite frankly, possibly the world, given contacts in Spain have already expressed strong interest in a JMA visit. This latest guise of James Morrison and music education has been somewhat of a forced change but the international superstar has met it with the same level of enthusiasm he has every other chapter of his distinguished career. “Knowing as we did from late last year that there would be no intake coming in we have had time to think and plan and come up with a way to move forward,” James said, given the arrangement with the University of South Australia was coming to an end as COVID again struck, with universities having to reassess where the money was going and which programs would survive. “We could have looked to team with another university but the entire tertiary sector is in the same position, they are not taking on new things, not starting up new programs.”
“...before I even started the academy this was something I wanted to do – like everyone in all walks of life, not just music education, COVID has seen people getting around to doing things they were going to do one day...” James Morrison James didn’t have to look far for inspiration for the future of JMA. He had always wanted to follow in Don Burrow’s footsteps – known for his work in particularly indigenous communities – and take jazz on the road to areas and communities that just don’t have easy access to music and music education. “Before I even started the academy this was something I wanted to do – like everyone in all walks of life, not just music education, COVID has seen people getting around to doing things they were going to do one day.” So freeing JMA from the framework of an accredited tertiary education to a veritable road train of performances and workshops seems a better fit for jazz education, like freeing a student from the monotony of learning scales to just scatting. “It turned out this was an idea whose time had come,” James said. “I have lots of contacts in various education departments and directly with schools and other stakeholders and people involved in music education. I will network with all of them and identify the needs and who doesn’t have access to education.” The new-look JMA program will no just be looking to inspire students
with limited access to music programs but all schools. “We will be offering a combination of educational things and just playing for people and inspiring kids by doing that,” James said. “Sometimes it will be a concert, just that musical experience, and sometimes it will be staying for a while and running a course – we will customise what we offer for the situation.” While the concept is clear, the logistics are still being worked out but that hasn’t stopped JMA staff and alumni signing up to be a part of taking jazz to the people. The academy will still be based in Mount Gambier. “This new program will see us make lots of contacts with lots of people and we expect that to see them connect for events here,” James said. “Generations in Jazz is working with council on another festival as well – we are always looking to bring people into the Mount.” The 2022 JMA schedule will also see staff education on the spotlight – an area James has not spent as much time on in the past decade of his time with both the Generations in Jazz Academy at Tenison Woods College, which was a bridging course for music students, to the JMA tertiary course aligned with the University of SA. “A lot of teachers want to up skill, they are already teaching in schools but they want a chance to develop and that can also be a part of what we are doing as of next year,” James said. “We want to take the ethos of the academy and apply it wherever it might be needed. We’ve loved what we’ve done. It’s been very
defined – tertiary students gaining a Bachelor degree – and while we can’t do that anymore, we are going to have a lot of great stuff going on. We decided let’s not do something that’s already covered.
STARTING THE JAMES MORRISON ACADEMY OF MUSIC - OPENED MARCH 2015 The James Morrison Academy of Music might have been new but involvement in education is anything but for the Australian jazz icon. James Morrison has been working in schools, universities and with students across the world for more than three decades. “Over that time you see things happening that are great and you remember them,” James said, “You also have those moments where you go ‘if I had a school I would do it like this’ and in the end you have a long list of ‘if I had a school’ items on your list so I decided I better do a school.” It was in 2010 that the Generations in Jazz Academy opened its doors at Mount Gambier’s Tenison Woods College as a gap year option that allowed students to transition into their music degrees, with James involved in its inception but not as a hands on teacher. When JMA opened its doors in 2015, James was a hands on teacher, as often as his schedule permitted, walking the academy’s halls, in Mount Gambier’s Old Town Hall, and implementing the school’s mantra - transformation JMA had three key project partners – the University of South Australia, the South Australian Government and the City of Mount Gambier. Unis SA accredited the nation’s newest music school, the State Government provided seed funding to the tune of $500,000 to help get the self –funded project up and running and the City of Mount Gambier secured the Old Town Hall for the music school and fast tracked the refurbishment of the historic landmark. The initial intake was 50 students with word of mouth all it took to recruit students to the new academy – the applications and audition tapes rolled in with no promotion and as for the teaching staff – that just saw James making a few phone calls to respected jazz colleagues. The staff has been a who’s who of jazz performance and education - high profile jazz musician and educator Jeff Clayton from LA and Mat Jodrell, who was at the time part of the prestigious Julliard School of Music in New York headlined the list of permanent and guest teachers that graced the JMA rehearsal rooms. When it came to setting up the academy, James was continually asked why Mount Gambier and while his initial response was, it was never going to be anywhere else, there was method in what some perceive as madness. “If this was in Melbourne or another major city, the experience would not be the same,” James said at the time of the opening. “This way they are leaving home and their friends and immersing themselves in the study and the music – it’s like band camp times 10.” There was also scope for easily facilitating performance experience for the students in a regional centre. And just as Mount Gambier’s Dale Cleves was a driving force behind the establishment and development of Generations in Jazz and the setting up of the Generations in Jazz Academy, so, too, he did a mountain of work to see the James Morrison Academy of Music open its doors. “He knocked on all the right doors and basically Dale doesn’t take no for an answer when he really believes in something,” James said. PHOTOS COURTESY OF MARCUS JONES (From the 2015 opening of the JMA)
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Working together Free Little Pantry program continues to expand The ‘Give what you can, Take what you need’ concept is proving to be not only a popular community resource but a necessary one as another Little FREE Pantry (LFP) is established in Casterton, the third for the Glenelg Shire. Located in McPherson Street on the perimeter of Casterton Primary School grounds, the LFP is providing basic needs and essential household goods for those living in
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“... it also supports our “think kind” philosophy at Casterton Primary School and gives the students an outlet to show kindness to others...” Jill Robertson (Casterton Primary School principal) The LFP will be under the stewardship of Casterton Primary School, which will maintain it with the help of United Way Glenelg and the school community. Casterton Primary School principal Jill Robertson said she was thrilled when she heard the school
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two planned for the shire, one in Heywood and another in Portland. The Casterton LFP was painted by local artist Julie Kent. The LFP is coordinated by United Way Glenelg and funded with a grant from Glenelg Shire Council and the Victorian State Government. Everyone is invited to place or take goods from inside the box as they please or need. People requiring food, crisis & supported accommodation can visit St Vincent de Pauls 32 McPherson St Casterton Wed - Fri 10am - 4pm Sat 10am 12noon or telephone 5581 2161 STOCKING THE FREE LITTLE PANTRY: Casterton Primarty School students Ella, Ronnie, Nate, Makayla, Ginny, Brooke & Will.
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Sustainability in focus Students showcase their environmental education Young environmental leaders from across the Limestone Coast met recently to finish off their year of learning as part of the Young Environmental Leaders Program (YELP). The expo, held earlier this month in Robe, enabled students to gather and present their sustainability projects and celebrate the growth and achievements that occurred during the year. The Limestone Coast Landscape Board Education Team has delivered the program for more than 10 years, overseeing a steady increase in participation with more than 90 students involved in 2021. Students were excited to be a part of the Limestone Coast Landscape Board event, which encourages youths to think about enviromental issues that impact our region. Glenburnie Primary School teacher Shelley Boylan said the Young Environmental Leaders Program was a wonderful opportunity for children to get out in the landscape and further develop their knowledge on critical environmental issues that will have an impact on their future. Glenburnie Primary School students focussed their project on reducing soft plastics within the environment. “It was fantastic to see the whole school get on board with the project and support the Young Environmental Leaders, with a massive 500 litres of soft plastic rubbish collected over the year,” Ms Boylan said. “It has been a fantastic outcome.” The expo allowed students to share, learn and develop their leadership skills when presenting their sustainability projects to other students from participating schools. It also provides a chance to reflect and discuss how they have had a positive impact on their school
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Fishing & food festival returns Familar faces set to ehadline the return of Hooked on Portland It’s the return of music and food favourites for Hooked on Portland 2022, as the festival re-emerges after a 12-month forced hiatus. Television chef and sustainability advocate Paul West and Melbourne based rock/folk duo Pierce Brothers will once again headline the festival’s free entertainment offerings, which will take place on January 22 and 23 next year. Hooked on Portland was first launched in 2019 and is coordinated by the Glenelg Shire Council in partnership with the Victorian Fisheries Authority (VFA). The event aims to promote Portland as a regional destination of choice and it’s many fishing, food and tourism offerings. West of River Cottage Australia fame will appear at the Catch and Cook stage, supported by fishing television personality Lee Rayner to provide cooking and filleting demonstrations and to discuss the importance of sustainability and sourcing regional supplies. The Pierce Brothers (pictured below) will headline the live music stage, supported by Yorta Yorta Indigenous singer/songwriter Benny Walker. A string of popular local artists such as The Settlement, Flynn Gurry, Dean Outtram and
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River Cottage Australia which aired on Foxtel’s Lifestyle Channel and SBS. The show followed the popular Tasmanian foodie’s journey growing an abundance of farm-fresh food to cook and share with his local community,” she explained. “Paul West is one of this country’s most loved chefs and was a huge hit at our 2019 festival - we are thrilled to be able to welcome him back to Portland. “Meanwhile crowd favourites the Pierce Brothers will bring their addictive high energy performance style back to the festival main stage. The duo have firmly established themselves as a figurehead of the Australian music scene, boasting two Top 10 ARIA Eps and over 7 million global streams. “The Pierce Brothers have remained one of the most talkedabout and loved acts of Hooked on Portland, and we know audiences will be delighted that they can once again see the brothers live
amidst the backdrop of the stunning Portland Foreshore.” Cr Rank said alongside the headline acts, there was plenty of free entertainment to appeal to the whole family. “The festival will feature the VFA activity marquee and giveaways, food trucks, markets, Australian Fishing Academy workshops and clinics, kids’ amusements, Skatepark League Australia scooter demonstrations and competition and more,” she said. “There is something on offer for everyone and we can’t wait to welcome back crowds to the Glenelg Shire for this iconic event.” To keep up to date with all festival details follow the Hooked on Portland Facebook page
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The Green Triangle has the ability to “build the nation” and is setting on a new partnership with landowners to realise growing market opportunities. With national and global demand for wood products set to quadruple by 2050, the Green Triangle Forest Industries Hub (GTFIH) has committed to optimise the use of its existing resource and understand new opportunities to expand its plantation timber base. GTFIH chair Cam MacDonald said for 12 months industry has been investigating the consolidation of its existing available resource in a bid to achieve 100 per cent utilisation. “Our study has illustrated that current demand for the region’s resource exceeds supply by 600,000 m3 annually,” Mc MacDonald said. “The gap between supply and demand is continually growing. “Our existing plans and developments will absorb almost all of the available and suitable softwood plantation resource with demand anticipated to grow to 1.6 m3 over the next decade, unless additional production and processing capacity comes online.
“Industry is also keen to explore how it can utilise existing hardwood resource, which is all currently exported, to manufacture woodbased domestic building products. “There is also opportunity to use this fibre to supply Australia’s growing demand for wooden packaging and industrial products creating new jobs for the future.” The GTFIH recruited two of the countries leading industry experts, IndustryEdge managing director Tim Woods and Sylva Systems managing director Braden Jenkin, to assist in building new strategies to understand how to meet this growing market demand. Woods has investigated the region’s wood flow to identify efficiencies and future market growth whilst Jenkin is building a new business case for growers to partner with Green Triangle farmers to plant new trees. Both are presenting their work at an upcoming University of South Australia lecture series at the Mount Gambier campus on December 2 at 5.30pm. Mr MacDonald said collectively the research was providing a new business pathway for industry to explore opportunities
to create new wood products and grow its plantation estate. “Tim Woods research has illustrated that the Green Triangle is already building the nation producing a third of Australia’s framing and interior sawnwood and half of its packaging products; but we have capacity to do far more,” he said. “There is huge potential to take a percentage of our export market to create new domestic value-add which will translate to more jobs to grow our region. “ This must correlate with getting additional resource in the ground and we recognise that working with landowners is one pathway to increase supply. “With Australia moving towards net zero emissions, plantation forestry can be a big part of the solution and we recognise there is opportunity to partner with landowners to gain from this new carbon cash flow.” Tickets are now available to the Trees into Farming Launch on December 2 as part of the University of South Australia public lecture series at the Mount Gambier campus.
When carols & culture collide Third annual multi-lingual Anglican Church carols service
It is a carols event with a difference as the Anglican Church Mount Gambier embraces the many cultures that call the church home, with a multi-lingual service celebrating the impending festive season with the local Foodbank also set to benefit from the celebration. The third annual Carols and Culture Service at the Bay Road church will feature nine languages - Sri Lankan, Norwegian, German, Swahilli, African, Indian, Italian, South African and English languages with performances by Phoenix and Christ Church choir and choirs from other churches and organisations. The Carols and Culture event is this Sunday from 6pm with
Fr Neil Fernando (pictured below) reminding people they need to book via email at firstname.lastname@example.org to comply with COVID restrictions. Tea or coffee will be available on the church grounds at the end of the service while the collection taken up during the service will go to support Foodbank Mount Gambier.
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The City of Mount Gambier has released its Draft 2022-2032 Long Term Financial Plan (LTFP) and is now seeking community feedback. The LTFP provides a roadmap to enable council to prioritise community needs and aspirations. It assists council to plan, manage and communicate its future objectives in a financially sustainable way. “The purpose of a long-term financial plan is to express in financial terms the activities that Council proposes to undertake over the medium to longer term to achieve the objectives stated in the 2020-2024 Strategic Plan and the Infrastructure and Asset Management Plans,” Shared Services general manager Darren Barber (pictured) said. “Council intends to achieve key financial ratios by the target date of 2026/27 and over the life of the LTFP. “As previously committed, the total rate revenue percentage increase remains at 4.5% per year, with the delivery of the Wulanda Recreation and Convention Centre to occur in 2022.” The LTFP is similar to, but less detailed than the Annual Business Plan and Budget and helps guide council’s future actions depending on longerterm revenue and expenditure assumptions. “It is important to note that while the plan provides guidance, council continues to revise and update the assumptions included within it which means we can be adaptable in an ever-changing environment,” Mr Barber said. In accordance with the Local Government Act 1999, a Long Term Financial Plan must be updated within two years of the local government election. City of Mount Gambier updates its Long Term Financial Plan annually. View the Draft 2022-2032 Long Term Financial Plan and have your say at: https://www. haveyoursaymountgambier.com. au/draft-2022-2032-ltfp “Council encourages the community to participate in this important consultation process,” Mr Barber said. All feedback must be received by Wednesday, December 8 at 5pm.
RURAL RUNDOWN Mount Gambier Market Report CATTLE Agents yarded 1022 head of live weight and open auction cattle at Mount Gambier last week. These sold to a slightly smaller field of trade and processor buyers along with feeder and restocker orders. Quality fell on the previous week’s sale although there were some extremely heavy weights on offer in the bullock section as most of the market remained firm in price with the heavy cows lifting to be 5c/kg better. Vealer quality dropped this week as most sales of steers ranged from 540c to 580c with similar heifers making from 520c to 570c/kg. Insufficient yearling steers went to the trade to quote with most sales here going onto feed from 510c to 574c/kg. Yearling heifers to the trade made from 460c to 490c with feeder activity from mainly 480c to 520c/kg. Grown steers and bullocks ranged from 414c to 492c with the grown heifers making from 410c to 440c and manufacturing steers returned from mainly 350c to 370c/kg. Heavy cows made mainly from 350c to 365c with a high of 372c, while the lighter types made from 270c to 320c/kg. Bulls ranged from 295c to 320c/kg.
Naracoorte Market Report CATTLE Numbers rose last week at Naracoorte as agents yarded 1195 head of liveweight and open auction cattle. The offering consisted of 885 yearlings and grown cattle, 246 cows, 30 bulls and 34 open auction calves. Most of the regular field of trade and processor buyers were present and active along with an increase in feeder orders, however some trade buyers that had trouble crossing the border a fortnight ago, had the same thing happen this morning and were turned around and denied entry to South Australia. The buying group that made it to the yards were presented with an improved offering of cattle with more supplementary fed types helping to lift the quality and weights in the pens as the market received more demand with rains inland affecting supply and these factors helping to produce a lift in pricing over the market. Only small numbers of vealers came forward, ranging from 520c to 560c/kg. Yearling steers to the trade made from 500c to 565c with similar heifers returning from 470c to 492c/kg. Yearling steers to feed on ranged from mainly 500c to 550c with heifers making from 360c to also around the 550c/kg mark. Grown steers and bullocks ranged from 440c to 470c as grown heifers made from 430c to 530c to the trade with feeder support to around the 540c/kg area. Heavy cows to the trade made from 360c to 371c with these up to 5c better in price as the lighter pens to the trade made from 352c to 358c with restocker activity from 338c to 360c as bulls mainly ranged from 280c to 310c with a high of 328c/kg.
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Pest control Limestone Coast tops South Australian program Almost 2500 fox scalps have been collected from South Australian farmers in the wake of the State Government’s bounty being put on the heads of the feral pest, and the Limestone Coast returned the most scalps across South Australia. A $220,000 program was announced in August providing a $10 payment for each fox destroyed to help cull the pest and further support droughtaffected farmers. Minister for Primary Industries and Regional Development David Basham said the first round of scalp collections across nine regional centres netted almost 2500 scalps. “Foxes prey on newborn lambs, calves, kid goats and poultry and every pest fox which we can remove is a preventative measure for our farmers,” said Minister Basham. “In total there were 2,429 scalps brought in from a total of 33 claimants for the first round and we expect the numbers to grow when
officers hold more collections across our regions. “The feedback in most areas was that many people are collecting scalps and we expect to see a strong return across the state at the next round of collection days. “The Marshall Liberal Government recognises the importance of biosecurity, including feral pest control, and that’s why we are running multi-faceted programs to bring down populations of foxes.” Upcoming collection days are planned at the SA Arid Lands Pastoral Field Day in Port Augusta in December 2021, and field days in Lucindale and Karoonda in March and April next year. Livestock producers who have a Property Identification Code (PIC) are eligible to claim the bounty for each scalp taken to a collection point. A minimum of 10 scalps and a maximum of 100 scalps per property can be claimed per collection day. Each property may
claim up to a maximum of 300 scalps per year. Farmers may enter into their own arrangements with professional and recreational shooters, but the person who claims the bounty at the collection day must be the holder of a PIC. The fox bounty, which is running in addition to baiting programs to combat the feral pest, will be available for two years, or until the funding runs out. More information is available at: pir.sa.gov.au/fox-bounty.
Mount Gambier Market Report - SHEEP & LAMBS Numbers rose as agents yarded 8,683 head consisting of 8316 lambs and 367 sheep. These sold to a slightly smaller field of trade and processor buyers along with a number of active restockers. Quality continues to be good with most pens having plenty of weight and condition for the buying group with lighter lambs being in a minority over the pens. However, pricing fell away with falls of $10 to $15/head with most sales ranging from 750c to 800c/kg cwt. Light lambs to the trade made from $80 to $110 with only small numbers here as restockers took the opportunity to purchase lambs from $140 to $174/head. The medium weight trade types made from $170 to $202 as a good quality run of heavy and extra heavy lambs ranged from mainly $210 to $230 with a top of $252/head being reached. Light sheep made from $80 to $120 with the heavy pens making from $130 to $165/head. Hoggets returned from $155 to $172 and rams made up to $50/head.
Hamilton Market Report - SHEEP & LAMBS WEDNESDAY There was another dramatic increase in numbers of new season lambs at Hamilton where agents yarded agents yarded 31,468, more than double the previous week’s offering of new seasons lambs, and attracted a full field of buyers. The quality of the offering was excellent for the top to middle end of lambs, down to the the smaller lighter lambs still lacking in sunshine. Restocking competition was again back in force on the light weight new seasons which sold to $177/head in a market that was very strong to be firm to slightly dearer in places for most categories, apart for the very light lambs back to the paddock which were slightly softer by $5/head. Light new season 12 to 16kg lambs made from $127 to $158/head with most of these back to the paddock. Trade weight 18 to 22kg lambs made from $148 to $194 and medium 22 to 26kg trade lambs made from $192 to $266/head, averaging around 800c to 880c/kg cwt. Heavy lambs over 26kg made to $302 to average from 900c to 950c/kg cwt. Heavy shorn lambs average around 800c to 900c/kg cwt. Hoggets made to a top of $226/head.
Naracoorte Market Report - SHEEP & LAMBS Numbers lifted only slightly as agents yarded 20,107 head of lambs at Naracoorte last week. These sold to a slightly smaller field of trade and processor buyers however restocker buyers were out in force with orders from places like Gladstone and Birchip just to name two, along with numerous other orders and local restockers. Quality was mixed and ranged from a large number of store types with some starting to show signs of dryness in the skin, along with some good heavy trade and export types, with the end result being a mixed price market in line with the quality on offer. Light lambs to the trade ranged from $165 to $195 with the light weight trade 2 and 3 score types making from $190 to $217 with these being $5 to $8/head easier in price. Restockers sourced light lambs from $115 to $145 and they paid from $155 to $192/head for those with better conditioning. Trade weight 3 score lambs made from $209 to $232/head as most sales ranged from 820c to 850c/kg cwt with this being fully firm to a touch dearer in places. Heavy and extra heavy lambs ranged from mainly $240 to $272 with a high of $282/head being reached.
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$415,000-$455,000 Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266
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24D BAY ROAD, MOUNT GAMBIER $369,000-$389,000
CONVENIENT INNER CITY LIVING! - - - -
Convenient location with the rail lands, CBD, coffee shops, retail shopping and heart of the city all on your door step Open plan living area with stylish kitchen and access to balcony plus indoor alfresco area Bathroom with shower, toilet and bath, plus additional separate toilet Undercover parking at the rear of the complex for two vehicles 3 1 2 Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199 13 WORROLONG ROAD, MIL-LEL E.O.I
NEW > ATTENTION DEVELOPERS & INVESTORS
EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST CLOSING FRIDAY 10TH DECEMBER 2021 AT 12 NOON (if not sold prior) Offering 2 adjoining duplexes on 2 separate titles, in a very central area of the City. The properties are set on a total land size of 1501m2, offering a range of exciting development opportunities to the purchaser (STCC). Located on the corner of Ehret & Gordon Street, the rear of the allotments allows for a possible land division with services passing. Both homes are currently in fixed term leases, offering secure income while any development is waiting for approvals.
E.O.I Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266
EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST CLOSING MONDAY 6TH DECEMBER AT 12 NOON (if not sold prior)
SECTION 675 GREEN POINT ROAD, EIGHT MILE CREEK E.O.I 120 ACRES
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Immaculate 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom home on 5938m2 allotment Two living areas plus large paved under cover outdoor entertaining area with adjoining fernery Main bedroom with WIR and ensuite with shower, spa bath, vanity & toilet Huge 16m x 9m x 2.7m high clearance shed with concrete floor, lights and power plus studio with bathroom, kitchenette and living area with s/c wood fire 4 3 6 Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199 LOT 784 LAKE LEAKE ROAD, KALANGADOO
openn negotiation 156 ACRES
EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST CLOSING FRIDAY 10TH DECEMBER 2021 AT 12 NOON (if not sold prior)
FOR SALE BY openn negotiation WITH THE FINAL BIDDING STAGE COMMENCING THURSDAY 2ND DECEMBER AT 2PM
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A rare find – Mixed farming property suited to cattle, in a sought after and tightly held coastal area of Eight Mile Creek 120 acres split in 4 main paddocks with large holding yard, offering hay & cattle production Improvements include improved pastures, excellent fencing, 4 bay machinery shed, hay shed, plus timber cattle yards with crush & loading ramp
Contact Al Lamond 0418 489 266
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156 picturesque red gum studded grazing acres in a highly sought after and tightly held area Dam, one windmill with poly tank and four water points with concrete troughs and power available Currently running sheep, divided into four paddocks with quality stock proof fencing plus separate cattle yards and sheep yards
Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199
SALES M: 0409 268 199
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SALES M: 0438 708 281
SALES M: 0400 870 362
SALES & SUPPORT M: 0402 356 905
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32-34 Acacia Street, Mount Gambier
13 Matthew Flinders Way, Mount Gambier New
NEW > FRESHLY PAINTED AND RE-CARPETED!
NEW > IMMACULATE HOME ON 2 LOTS!
Immaculately presented 3 bedroom 2 bathroom Mt Gambier stone home, offering beautiful views over the City, to Centenary Tower. Families will love the space & design of the floor plan, featuring wide hallway, inviting formal lounge with gas heating, magnificent Blackwood timber kitchen with electric cooking and adjacent dining area with slow combustion wood fire. Extras include sparkling new bathroom, updated laundry, rainwater tanks plumbed to the home and dual driveways. Outside features include detached enclosed shed (offering a great games room or a 4th bedroom), single car garage, plus 3 bay carport with high clearance. Great home for first home buyers, tradesman or investors.
Located close to the Mount Gambier Hospital and Marketplace Shopping Centre, this home offers plenty of space for a family. The home has been freshly painted throughout and new carpets have been laid in all bedrooms. Large master bedroom suite, featuring WIR and ensuite with 3 additional bedrooms, all with BIR’s. A well designed Tasmanian Oak kitchen with plenty of cupboard and bench space includes electric cooking and dishwasher. Offering formal lounge & dining plus open plan living. With r/c split system air con and gas log heating. Outside features include double garage UMR with remote and undercover access, huge paved outdoor entertaining area and fully fenced rear yard. $405,000-$445,000 Contact Sara 0438 708 281 or Al 0418 489 266 68 WYNHAM ROAD, MT GAMBIER
Rachael Kelly ADMINISTRATION P: (08) 8723 3416
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$349,000-$380,000 Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266
3 2 4
47 Canavan Road, Mount Gambier
New New EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST CLOSING MONDAY 6TH DECEMBER AT 12 NOON (if not sold prior) - - - -
This 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom solid brick family home is set on 29 acres of lush farmland Offering stunning sweeping views of the surrounding countryside and Centenary Tower Light-filled open plan kitchen and family room that opens out to the North-facing pergola Outside features a double garage UMR with storage room, 19m x 9.5m shed with 3.3m clearance & workshop, separate hay shed, cattle yards with ramp & crush, 5 fenced paddocks with stock troughs and a 6kW solar system 10 4 2 Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199 27 JUBILEE HIGHWAY WEST, MT GAMBIER
NEW > SOLID HOME IN GREAT LOCATION
EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST CLOSING MONDAY 29TH NOVEMBER 2021 AT 12 NOON (if not sold prior) - - -
Set in the heart of town on a generous 2,660m2 allotment over two titles, this magnificent dolomite fronted family home has so many stories to tell Light-filled kitchen with a 900mm induction cooktop, electric oven & stunning views out to the gardens, 2 expansive living/dining areas, both with grand high ceilings, ornate period detailing & original marble fireplaces A spacious family home with adjoining 2 bedroom apartment, ready for a new family to write the next chapter 6 3 2 Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199 9 BURNEY STREET, ALLENDALE EAST
COUNTRY TOWNSHIP VACANT ALLOTMENT - - -
Positioned amongst established homes an opportunity exists to purchase the last vacant allotment Located in the country township of Allendale East with only a 15 minute drive to Mount Gambier and a short trip to the beach at Port MacDonnell, its the ultimate combination of city and surf! 934m2 allotment with 20m frontage is the perfect size to build your dream home and shed (Subject to Council Consent). Services include power passing and NBN available
Contact Toni Gilmore 0402 356 905
Solid construction home located in a central location, with an excellent long term tenant that is willing to sign a new lease. Offering 3 bedrooms, 2 with BIR’s, open kitchen/dining area with adjoining lounge, featuring gas heating. Wet area consists of bath, shower, vanity with separate laundry and toilet. Outside features include lovely North facing rear yard, enclosed shed, large double carport, plus plenty of off street parking. Excellent value in a wonderful location, a short drive to both St. Martins and McDonald Park Schools. Currently tenanted with a fixed term lease finishing in December @ $245 per week. $239,000-$259,000 Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266
26 ELIZA STREET, KALANGADOO
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LEAVE THE RAT RACE BEHIND! - - - - -
Leave the rat race behind and build your own home in the delightful township of Kalangadoo A great size block of approximately 1,900m2 with 33.6 meters of frontage onto Eliza Street Power to the allotment & rear access via lane way Close to local school, hotel, sporting facilities and only a 20 minute drive to Mount Gambier Established gums line the block
Contact Sara McManus 0438 708 281
Burke Drive, Mt Gambier Large 4 bedroom, 2 bath, 2 car, brand new family home close to hospital.
3 Mountain Court, Mt Gambier Contact Agent
172 O’Neil Road, Worrolong Auction 17th December 2pm (ACST) onsite (u.s.p)
9:30am - 10:00am
4 2 3
Jason Malseed + Sam Malseed
87 Acres (approx)
1 Wehl Street South, Mount Gambier 08 8724 9999 98 George Street, Millicent 8733 1989
SERVICING THE GREATER LIMESTONE COAST + WESTERN VICTORIA
Jason 0419 032 795
Wendy 0468 692 993
4/184 Commercial Street East, Mt Gambier $140,000 - $150,000
Lot 16 Penney Court, Compton $215,000
Sam 0447 805 319
2 1 1
Jade 0421 383 368
Courtney 8724 9999
51 Willow Avenue, Mt Gambier $389,000 - $409,000
12.00pm - 12.30pm
27 Dohle Road, Yahl Auction 17th December 12pm (ACST) onsite (u.s.p)
1.00pm - 1.30pm
Selena 8724 9999
Kathy 8733 1989
Kelli 8724 9999
Brooke 8724 9999
3 1 4
Jason Malseed + Sam Malseed
36.80 Acres (approx)
17 Ferguson Road, Moorak
Expressions of Interest Closing 8th of December 1:00pm
Dairy Opportunity in Compton
Auction 16th December 2pm
Malcolm Lewis 0429 009 072
39 - 41 Burcham Street, Mt Gambier
6 2 2
Extremely well presented family dairy located in the sought after high producing area of Compton, South Australia on 501 acres (172 acres under irrigation)
643 Eight Mile Creek Road, Eight Mile Creek
$839,000 - $849,000
Malcolm Lewis 0429 009 072
340 Cafpirco Road, Compton
4 2 10
Four contingent parcels of land are being offer as a whole.
Damian Venn 0438 904 771
Features of this magnificent property include: • Land totalling 501 acres • Irrigation land totalling 70 Ha (or) 172 acres • 2 x Electric Centre Pivots - 7 Span & 4 Span • Irrigation & Industrial Licences totalling 874 Meg • Additional carryover of 212 Meg available until 30/6/2022 • Undulating country providing warmth and high ground • Pastures consisting of Rye Grasses and Clovers • Productive Brown Loam soil over limestone • Concrete and Poly water troughs throughout property • 3-bedroom Mount Gambier stone home • Assorted Shedding and Dairy
Expressions of Interest Closing 8th of December 1:00pm
The property will first be offered as a whole and if not successful then offered in contingent lots. The property is in the renowned Eight Mile Creek district and consists of deep heavy black loamy peat soils on undulating Hump and hollow country. The rainfall is a very reliable 715mm average annually. Properties of this scale don't make themselves available very often in the Eight Mile Creek area.
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• Approx. 457 acres of very good quality country opposite foreshore • Large, excavated watering hole • Pastures predominantly Fescue, Rye Grass and Strawberry Clover • Cattle yards • Public road access on Southern and Northern side, drain on Eastern and Western side • 3 Laneways for easy access
Damian Venn 0438 904 771
3/18 Jane Street, Mt Gambier
Highly Productive Summer Block
Malcolm Lewis 0429 009 072
Malcolm Lewis 0429 009 072
6 Elder Street, Mt Gambier
3 1 1
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Real Estate Office Manager
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Paul Chuck SALES 0409 541 113
Suite 2/14 Helen Street, Mount Gambier | www.gebhardts.com.au | Phone 08 8725 5766 NEW
59 Suttontown Road
4-8 Harrald Street
Katie Rohrlach Sharyn Ferguson Bernie Gaylard PROPERTY PROPERTY PROPERTY MANAGEMENT MANAGEMENT MANAGEMENT 8725 5766 8725 5766 8725 5766
29857 Princes Highway, Yahl
Highest & Best
An impressive double storey family home with expansive living and spectacular sweeping views of the city. Open plan living, dining and kitchen with beautiful timber flooring. Five bedroom home, master bedroom with walk in robe and ensuite.
11 Magnolia Court
1006/3 Lake Terrace West
$245,000-$259,500 2 2 1 This is apartment living at its best – Amazing Northerly aspect with unobstructed views over the City’s skyline. Large living area plus bonus study/sitting room. Simply move in and enjoy the lifestyle.
Stunning family home with sweeping views overlooking the picturesque Yahl countryside and only 100 metres to the iconic Blue Lake. An abundance of natural light and plenty of spaces to entertain.
5 Colonel Light Place
Expressions of Interest by 26th November 2021 @ 12noon at the office of the Agent - Unless sold prior Outstanding opportunity to purchase this centrally located Commercial property, held by the same family for over 60 years. Currently leased with a solid return. This versatile site has unlimited potential
Emily Rayner SALES 0417 665 085
6 Lorikeet Street
Neat brick and tile three bedroom home with open plan living. Large paved pergola which is a great space for entertaining. Single car garage UMR plus large detached shed (approx. 7.5 x 9m) with toilet and mezzanine and 3 bay carport.
Ben Jeffrey SALES 0417 810 246
Situated on the outskirts of Mount Gambier on approx. 27 acres is this unique four bedroom family home. Offering privacy and a relaxed lifestyle with a lovely rural outlook. Beautiful architecture, timber flooring and open plan living.
6 Bengalee Crescent
3/14 Spehr Street
UNDER T CONTRAC 3
Situated on a large allotment in a quiet cul-de-sac is this neat brick & tile family home. Open plan living & built in bar with slow combustion fire, split system – gas ducted heating throughout.
Lot 13 Crane Lane, Mil-Lel
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.
$429,500 4 2 2 A quality home loaded with space inside and out. Beautifully elevated & private setting – feature raked ceilings. Formal living & heat form fire place. A view as far as the eye can see. In conj with Key2sale & Peter Dempsey@Realty.
Situated in a tidy group of three is this lovely brick and tile unit. Open plant kitchen, meals and family with split system. Two queen sized bedrooms both carpeted and with built in robes.
Royal Copenhagen Ice Creamery & Café
$270,000 + SAV
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.
2/210 Commercial Street 2
$290 pw | Available 26/11/21
23 West Street
$330 pw | Available Now
1006/3 Lake Tce West
$350 pw | Available Now
8 Reginald Street
$350 pw | Available Now
10 Reginald Street
$350 pw | Available Now
30 Umpherston Street
$350 pw | Available 06/12/21
3 Mickail Court
$420 pw | Available Now
A breathtaking property – proud to call home. Boasting absolute quality, three spacious living area, dedicated home office and three tastefully renovated bathrooms. Stunning rural views from the huge sweeping verandah. Garage UMR and additional shedding.
Gebhardts Property Management
RESIDENTIAL HOUSES & UNITS
247 Mount Percy Road, Compton
Suite 2/14 Helen Street, Mount Gambier www.gebhardts.com.au
8 Reginald Street
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1006/3 Lake Terrace West
COMMERCIAL 21 Sturt Street 8 Allan Drive
$350 pw 2 1 1 • Beautifully renovated maisonette • Two spacious bedrooms • Kitchen / dining with gloss cabinetry • Large lounge room with gas heating • Bathroom with shower over bath • Single carport • Pets negotiable
$350 pw 2 2 1 • Fabulous views over the city • Security key access, with intercom • Property over two levels – with entry to apartment by both floors • Large open plan kitchen/ living • Two great sized bedrooms • Two bathrooms – three w.c’s • Study/ sitting room • Reverse cycle split air conditioning • Lock up garage + basement storage • No pets
99 Commercial Street 389 Commercial Street West 32 Commercial Street West 4 - 8 Harrald Street
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
Nicole Rutkowski Property Management 8723 6866
Ph 08 8723 6866 | Fax 08 8723 3809 | 50 James Street, Mount Gambier | firstname.lastname@example.org | www.gtlivestock.com.au
5 EUSTACE STREET, MT GAMBIER
PRELIMINARY NOTICE - CLEARING SALE A/C KONGORONG DAIRIES
$360 PER WEEK
3 2 2
CONVENIENTLY LOCATED FAMILY HOME
Available 17/12/2021. Bond $2160. Mount Gambier stone home conveniently located within walking distance to the CBD, Marketplace and Primary Schools. Three bedrooms, main with built in robes and ensuite. Generous sized modern kitchen with adjoining dining/sitting area and a separate lounge at the front of the house. Main bathroom with shower, bath and vanity. Gas ducted heating throughout with an additional reverse cycle in the lounge makes for a comfortable home all year round. Rear raised decking out the back door which leads to a low maintenance, fully enclosed yard.
TO BE HELD AT 61 UPHILLS ROAD, KONGORONG 13TH DECEMBER 2021 AT 10AM CATERING PROVIDED | COVID-19 RESTRICTIONS APPLY
Celebrating 5 years in Business Green Triangle Livestock & Real Estate would like to Thank all our clients for their loyalty and support over the past 5 years. We look forward to assisting our current & prospective clients with the same enthusiasm and dedication in the future.
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154 JOLLEYS LANE, KONGORONG
21 MAGNOLIA COURT, MOUNT GAMBIER
$430 PER WEEK
3 2 1
MAY YOUR SEARCH END HERE!
Pets negotiable. Three bedroom home, main bedroom with ensuite and walk in robe, second bedroom with built in robe. Open plan kitchen/ dine/ family area with gas heating. Kitchen with electric cooking and dishwasher. Formal lounge room and separate formal dining room. Bathroom with corner spa, separate toilet and vanity area. Fully enclosed entertaining area and low maintenance private rear yard. Single garage under main roof with access through to entertaining area.
357 MEYERS ROAD, NENE VALLEY
CONTACT AGENT DAIRY FARM ON 792 ACRES
Green Triangle Real Estate are pleased to present for sale 154 Jolleys Lane, Kongorong. This 792 acre property is located in the Kongorong area and is set across three Titles. Features of the property include: Delaval dairy with a 60 cow rotary platform, automatic cup removers and automatic feeders. 170 tonne Silo storing capacity (2 x 60 tonne, 1 x30 tonne 1 x20 tonne) plus 2 x 20 tonne silos feeding dairy. The large 32m x 18m shed currently utilised for calf rearing & hay storage is conveniently located adjacent the dairy, with extra outdoor calf rearing pens also available. 100m x 25m feed pad (approx). 4 pivots in working order, watering approximately 186 ha of highly fertile dark loam soil, with high carrying capacity perennial grasses. 982 ML Water Licence. 3 equipped irrigation bores with electric motors watering 4 pivots. 2 equipped bores with windmill and tanks water all troughs. 3 stand shearing shed. Limestone / rubble quarry. The property is fitted with some new boundary fences and is surrounded by approx. 7kms of road / track frontage. The conveniently located spacious four bedroom brick home, currently receiving some upgrades offers the purchaser the opportunity to add their very own touch. For further information and an inspection of the property please contact Garth Manser on 0417 071 180.
TO BE SOLD AT AUCTION (IF NOT SOLD PRIOR) ALLENDALE HALL - MONDAY 16TH AUGUST AT 11AM | A/C MRS M LASLETT
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.
Ready to go Mount Gambier Gift returns this weekend In 2019, Leila Croker was the local star of the show when the Mount Gambier Gift returned to Vansittart Park after a long hiatus, taking out the 120m Local Gift. This weekend, the teenager is
looking forward to strutting her stuff in front of family and friends when the professional running meet returns to the Blue Lake City after a death knock cancellation in 2020. “I love running at home in front
of hometown supporters and it also gives some of my family and friends and opportunity to be able to come and support me racing,” Leila said. “I think it’s very exciting that Mount Gambier gets the opportunity to hold the gift and that locals can have a run and I hope that it continues to do so in the future.” Leila will be competing in the Under 18 120m and the Open Women’s 120m and comes into the 2021 event with significant training and professional running preparation under her belt. “I have been training both at home and in Adelaide and I have also been to Adelaide recently and ran a couple of gifts so far this season which were the Marion Gift and the Port Adelaide Gift in practice for the upcoming Mount Gambier Gift,” she said. While the athletics season is only just up and running, Leila never stops training and has a season of Western Border netball under her belt during winter when she was part of West Gambier’s 15 & Under team that competed in finals, as well as being a key part of the SA Country Championship winning 15 & Under netball team. “The athletics season has just begun, so the past few weeks have
been travelling to Adelaide to compete at interclub in preparation for the bigger competitions which are early next year,” Leila said. “In terms of the past few months, they have been spent working lots on strength and getting back into training after the winter break.” For Leila, the height of her athletics season comes early
next year with a raft of State and national competitions, where she competes as a heptathlete, and she also has a few more professional running meets on her calendar. The Mount Gambier Gift is this Saturday at Vansittart Park with more details available on the South Australian Athletic League website.
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EMPLOYMENT Apprentice Fitter An exciting opportunity is now available for internal staff to apply for an apprenticeship. Position Objectives: The successful applicant will undertake an apprenticeship with the N.F. McDonnell & Sons and work towards achieving a Certificate III in Engineering – Mechanical Trade. Essential Key Competencies and Selection Criteria: • Successful completion of year 11. • Commitment to learning the trade and developing their skills and knowledge • Good understanding of the requirements of agreeing to undertake an apprenticeship and working to complete a Certificate III in Engineering – Mechanical Trade • Gaining competency in all aspects and machinery located in the Sawmill and Maintenance Workshop • Developing their knowledge of and experience in industrial machinery • Gaining experience in mechanical maintenance of heavy industrial equipment • Developing their ability to manage time effectively, set priorities, plan and organise workloads, and achieve specified outcomes within a limited timeframe • Willingness to be part of a team and be actively involved in an on-the-job learning environment • Basic understanding of the relationship between maintenance and equipment reliability and uptime • Ability to work in with others, inquisitive, able to follow instruction and able to interact with a range of people in different roles • Awareness of limitations of own abilities and understanding of the need to escalate when unsure or needing help • Basic understanding of workplace health and safety and the role of identifying hazards and controlling risks in the workplace Day Shift 38 hours per week, typically between 6.00am – 4.30pm Monday – Friday • Hours work may vary and may include shift work or overtime depending on business needs. • The position has a 6 month probationary period and requires satisfactory TAFE and workplace training results to progress. Any queries about this opportunity can be addressed to Stewart Kanahs, Maintenance Manager. Sales Duncan McGregor 0407 722 983 Jill Collins 0400 598 327 Roz Crispino 0419 366 649
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N.F. McDonnell & Sons is a leader in the softwood timber industry providing quality products to both the domestic and export markets. Based in Mount Gambier and established in 1944 our company has always stayed true to its motto of “continual improvement is how we do business”. Our sawmill boasts the most state of the art equipment and technology for processing small diameter sawlogs in Australia. We are seeking an experienced Mechanical Fitter to join the maintenance team of a successful and dynamic family-owned company. Offering an attractive wage package to the successful applicant who will provide necessary mechanical fitter trade skills to support production requirements through effective maintenance, including attending to breakdowns, actively monitoring production shift start-up and change-over, and carrying out planned, unplanned and project work as required. Essential Key Competencies and Selection Criteria: • • • • • • • •
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Rigger/Scaffolder The Role: Keppel Prince Engineering is currently seeking applications from experienced Rigger/Scaffolder. This is a full-time role and the successful applicant will become part of a dynamic work group. Excellent remuneration and wage above award rates.
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Are you looking for a challenge or your next career opportunity? Do you have a can-do attitude and strong work ethic? We have a position available – WORKSHOP LEADING HAND - for an experienced or qualified person in our modern fully equipped workshop based in Mount Gambier.
Physical Requirements: • Manual Handling – Lifting, pushing, supporting and guiding loads • Bending, twisting, kneeling, standing • Operating mobile equipment • Construction of scaffold • Operation of power tools • Use of hand tools Key Skills & Experience: • Excellent attitude towards health, safety & environment • Experience in a maintenance / operations environment • Experience in Advanced/Intermediate Scaffolding and Rigging techniques in a working plant • Excellent interpersonal skills • Ability to follow and comply with KPE and Client policies, processes & procedures • Demonstrated ability to work within a multidisciplinary team environment Application Please apply by submitting your application and resume to WDEA by close of business Friday 26.11.2021. Diversity Keppel Prince Engineering is an Equal Opportunity Employer and we acknowledge the importance of our people’s diverse experiences, talents and cultures.
The Key Responsibilities: • Carry out and supervise vehicle repairs and maintenance to a high standard. • Work with the Workshop Manager to maintain efficiencies and continual improvement. • Supervising the daily performance of all members of the team. • Take pride in your work and is punctual and reliable. • Contribute to the development and implementation of workshop safety procedures and continuous improvement of processes. • Promote a positive and proactive culture in the workshop.
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The Role: Keppel Prince Engineering are currently seeking expressions of interest from qualified persons in the following fields. Excellent remuneration and wage above award rates. Welders Boiler Makers Machinist Fitters Required and Desirable Aspects: • Trade Qualified Boilermaker or Machinist • High Risk – RB, EWP & LF • Welding and Grinding Experience • Confined space entry • Working at Heights Physical Requirements: • Manual Handling – Lifting, pushing, supporting and guiding loads • Bending, twisting, kneeling, standing • Operating mobile equipment • Operation of power tools • Use of hand tools Key Skills & Experience: • Excellent attitude towards health, safety & environment • Experience in a maintenance / operations environment • Experience in Advanced/Intermediate Scaffolding and Rigging techniques in a working plant • Excellent interpersonal skills • Ability to follow and comply with KPE and Client policies, processes & procedures • Demonstrated ability to work within a multidisciplinary team environment
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She had the choice of five clubs but in the end, Neave Delaney opted to become an Eagle, playing for Woodville-West Torrens in the upcoming SANFLW season. The three time league leading goal kicker will be paying alongside fellow Limestone Coast Women ‘s Football League alumni Ella Little and the duo will also be sharing accommodation as they embark on life after school and the next step on their path to potential AFLW careers. The duo will also be taking on a traineeship at the club although the details are a little sketchy on what that will entail but school coaching clinics and administration duties loom as part of the role. The 18 year old has just completed her Year 12 studies at St Martins Lutheran College and while she was set to move to Adelaide in February next year, snaring the SANFLW contract saw those plans fast tracked and she moved last week so she could start pre-season training immediately. For Neave, the decision to choose the Eagles was the result of extensive research. “It was definitely about the coach and really the whole program – it was all really good and just stood out the most of all the clubs,” Neave said. “And the bottom line was I hadn’t heard anything bad and they are quite a young group so it will be great to develop together.” The Eagles list also has AFLW listed players so Neave will also have mentors to teach her just what it takes to make it at elite level. Fortunately hard work and training have always been part of her DNA and off her own back and as part of the Limestone Coast Regional Sporting Academy, she has worked hard on strength and conditioning and general fitness to ensure she is as well prepared as she can be for taking the next step in her football career. While Neave has clearly made her mark in the Limestone Coast Women’s Football League with her league leading goal kicker honours and team of the year selection
“...I have to work hard and put in the effort and then hopefully I will be at a level where I can play AFLW...” evidence of her standing locally, but she has also been testing herself as part of the Morphettville Park division one team in the Adelaide Footy League. Once again she played alongside Little and the duo was part of the team’s 2021 premiership line-up, with Little securing best on ground honours. She has been making that trip to be part of the highly regarded Morphettville Park program for two years and her recent relocation has at least put those hours of driving behind her. “All that travel does take it out of you,” Neave said. “Now I am going to be living five minutes from the club.” Neave’s football journey started at East Gambier but while she enjoyed it, hockey was still an important part of her sporting life and if they clashed hockey took precedence. That hasn’t been the case since she was 14 and it has been football ever since, moving to South Gambier, much like her SANFLW decision, mainly because of the strength of the program. “In the early days of women’s footy at East there was sometimes only three or four of us at training, but when I went to South there were 20 girls, all really keen to improve,” Neave said. And so the gradual climb towards the pinnacle of the sport continues. “All I know is I have to work hard and put in the effort and then hopefully I will be at a level where I can play AFLW,” Neave said. Midfield is where the 18 year old will play most of her football, with some time resting forward and she can’t wait. She has also been part of the Adelaide Crows Academy. Next week’s Lifestyle1 will share Ella Little’s journey to the same destination.
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Polderman shines in breakthrough victory New players & returning stars start to settle in Mount Gambier Softball League Sarah Polderman led from the front showing her 2019 Mount Gambier Softball League best and fairest form for Warriors White by covering a ridiculous amount of ground at left field and taking six important catches against the red hot top of the ladder Concordes White’s bats. Warriors’ pitcher Erin Chaplin more than got the job done for her side, giving up only eight safe hits and one walk as Maddy Bignell continues to improve every week learning the craft of catcher behind the plate. Concordes catcher Maddie Sutherland was also handy in that role while stretching her legs in between pitches having run out two singles. Other contributors with the bat for her side were Maddie Bowd, who is loving her return to the game after several years away, and Elysha Collins who scorched a double over Polderman’s head at left. The ever consistent Billie Jones was back on the mound for Concordes, striking out four while lining an RBI single in the first inning. Brandi Miller had a great hit up the
middle in the sixth innings backed up by Rachel Bagshaw who ended up with two safe hits once she found her rhythm. However it was Warriors White who held up under the pressure, coming up with the goods and recording their first win of the season. Game highlights for Warriors were Kel Anderson’s double in the last batting inning which scored two runs; Polderman with three RBIs and two hits including creaming a triple to Concordes quiet achiever Kate Altschwager at centre. Chaplin was again tempted to show her leg speed with a single to Miller at right and Taylor Wilsmore continues to be the captain on the field, encouraging her team from first base and chipping in with a safe hit of her own. Lyndall Feast and Caitlyn Bignell were also solid in the field for Warriors. However it remained to be seen how Warriors would fare with Leyna Bruggemann filling in for young gun Analeigh Anderson. Bruggemann pretended she could play in the outfield but luckily the ball stayed on Polderman’s side of the diamond, and thankfully
the former’s outfielding phobia did not carry over into the batting box as she had three safe hits. The final scoreline saw Warriors White nine defeat Concordes White seven. Wanderers confidence continues to grow each week and was on show in their victory against Warriors Blue. Lily Clifford-Finch continues to impress with her fearless approach behind the plate for Wanderers, while pressuring teams with her base running speed. She had one of her team’s three safe hits for the day, with pitcher Em Hart chiming in with the other two. Hart also kept the Warriors bats quiet giving up only three safe hits, all in the first innings - a double to lead off batter Daena Wombwell and a single each to Melissa Chuck and, easily the most improved player for Blues, Skylea McLean. Both Hart and Jarvo Queale battled hard out in the pitching circle with each team making a few clangers in the field. Wanderers newcomers Bec Smith and Maddelyn Stevens got several
balls into play and Leanne Little kept Kelly Doyle at third very busy with each of her four at bats heading that way. Warriors Vicky Taylor has changed to the left and found herself gaining solid contact to Wanderers shortstop Fiona Finch on two occasions. Taylor, the saintly Jasmine Disselbach, and Elly Hogben all enjoying their first season as Warriors, which is what the game is all about. The final score was Wanderers 15 defeating Warriors Blue 12. Concordes United recorded a comfortable 12-5 victory over rivals demons, with power hitting the key to their great start to the season. Leonie McCallum continued her sensational form with the bat (two safe hits) and at third base. Her combination with Bec von Duve, who has been flawless at first base so far, was key to many outs for Concordes. Jordi Gower pitched terrifically for Demons, showing great accuracy and control, and was well back by Jorja Morale whose catch at third was a highlight. But ultimately the sheer weight of safe
hits, including three from Dana Jones, two each to McCallum and Codie Jackway, was too much for the Demons field to contain. Concordes youngster Amber Lundquist showed she’s one to watch in her first ever game, recording a safe hit and looking promising in the field. Jones pitched well again recording three strike outs and inducing a lot of pop up flys. Best for Demons was Gower, who not only pitched well but also recorded two safe hits of her own. Steph Chant, Abbey Meinck and Sofie Morale also chipped in with singles, but overall it was a convincing victory to United. RESULTS Warriors White 9 (L Bruggeman 3, S Polderman 2, E Chaplin, T Wilsmore, K Anderson) d Concordes White 7 (M Sutherland, R Bagshaw 2, M Bowd, E Collins, B Jones, B Miller); Concordes United 12 (D Jones 3, L McCallum, C Jackway, J Beck 2, H Taylor, M Millard, B Von Duve, A Lindquist) d Demons 5 (J Gower 2, S Chant, S Morale, A Meinck); Wanderers 15 (E Hart 2, L Clifford- Finch) d Warriors Blue 12 (D Wombwell, M Chuck, S McLean)
McIntyre wins on countback Players from either end of the handicap range showed they could finish in the top placings last Wednesday at Attamurra. Playing in perfect weather on the immaculate course, long hitter Helen McIntyre blitzed the back nine finishing with 23 points including a birdie on the 18th to return to the clubhouse with 41 points. Senior player, Jane Lamont played two consistent nines with a 21/20 split and was unlucky to take the runner up prize on a countback. In third placing, the consistent Di O’Donnell played steady golf including three pars on the front nine for 20 points before going on to accumulate another 19 to finish with 39 points. With high scores evident, 34 points or better was required by ball rundown winners, Libby Altschwager, Andrea Pegler, Betty McKechnie, Jennette Braun, Helen Heaver, Faye Mainwaring,
Julie Hanel, Kerry Pedlar and Libby Furner. The pro shot was won by Bernie Jennings on the 8th hole while second shot on the 6th hole was won by Faye Mainwaring in A grade and Heather Chapman in C grade. No one was successful in B grade. The Handicap Match Play semi finals were played last Wednesday and Bev Pedlar who was three down after nine holes, rallied and gradually crept back to defeat Jennifer Van Rijthoven on the 18th hole 2 up. The other final match between Karen Forster and Jan Shanahan was relatively close with Forster being the victor 4/2. The Handicap Match play final, sponsored by Anne Schrapel will be played on Wednesday between Karen Forster and Bev Pedlar. Forster’s long hitting and Pedlar’s accuracy around the greens should make it an
interesting spectacle. Saturday saw a field of 17 ladies participate in a par round and Leanne Hunt, who has been producing some consistent games put her best foot forward and blitzed the field to finish 8 up. Hunt, despite having two wipes on the front nine, produced four pars to be 2 up after nine holes, but really shone adding another 6 up including parring the last three holes. Runner up on a countback was Carol Smith with 2 up with the back nine her strong half. Ball run down winners were Kathy Ewer 2 up, Pauline Paterson, Sue Coulter, Faye
Mainwaring all 1 up and Betty McKechnie square. The pro shot on the 8th was won by Faye Mainwaring and Leanne Hunt was nearest the pin on the 16th hole.
HANDICAP COMPETITION: Third placed Di O’Donnell, runner up Jane Lamont & winner Helen McIntyre.
Scorelines starting to tighten up in top division of Mount Gambier & District baseball Saturday afternoon baseball fans were treat with a nail bitter between the South Indians and Central at Blue Lake Sports Park. Ryan Placcucci and Dylan Chuck took control for the their respective sides and it proved a pitchers dual with only 10 hits for the game combined and a single run being the final margin between cheers and tears. Top of the table Central taking the victory after gaining the advantage in the seventh inning
thanks to a double to Ethan Chuck that saw him score on a South error. South certainly can hold their heads high and will take some confidence with them moving forward. A plethora of Chucks were the difference for Central with Dylan, Ethan and Josh tallying four hits of Central seven for the night, whilst for South it single shots to Bruce Morale, Placcucci and Travis Lockwood.
Tigers took on an upbeat Millicent down the highway Saturday at Bolton reserve and were looking to gain some points to keep within striking distance of Central on the ladder. Tigers superstar shortstop Hayden Jones led the way with the bat with four hits for the day, which led to Tigers taking a hard fought seven runs to three victory. Garth “Nugget” Ransom took control on the mound for Tigers and picked up his first win for the
year and the reigning league medalist looked to be on song after after a shaky start. Brayden Morton and Joe Sims were solid with the bat for Tigers, and for Millicent/Federals it was Alex Pearson and a future superstar in the making Ellis Cushion who stood out. Millicent/Federals coach Anthony Mutton is building a young core that certainly looks likely to cause an upset or two sooner rather than later.
Tigers will take on South in a double header this Saturday whilst Millicent/Federals versus Central takes place Friday under lights. RESULTS Central 1 (N. Meinck, E. Chuck 2; D. Chuck, J. Chuck, K. Chant) d South 0 (B. Morale, R. Placcuci, T. Lockwood); Tigers 7 (H. Jones 4; J. Sims 2; B. Ransom, G. Ransom, R. Rolph. B. Morton) d Millicent/ Federals 3 (A. Pearson, E. Cushion 2; A. Mutton, C. Chittleborough)
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The day an Aussie Olympian came to town Inspiring the next generation of athletes
Australian Olympian Izzi Batt-Doyle & fellow runner Riley Cocks ran a weekend of coaching clinics with local Little Athletics participants. Lifestyle1 will cover just how the sessions were received in next week’s issue. PHOTOS COURTESY OF ELIZA COLE (JUST A GIRL WITH A CAMERA)
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Tennis results DIVISION ONE Reidy Park 10-66 d Centrals/Uniting 2-40 Men’s Singles: Z. Young lost to A. Vandenhurk 3-6; C. Kelly d N. Thomas 6-2; J. Childs d B. Gaffney 6-4 Women’s singles: B. Young d J. Delaney 6-1; J. Young d C. Walker 6-3; S. Edwards d V. Maxwell 6-3 West Gambier 8-67 d Glencoe 4-36 Men’s Singles: E. Schultz lost to D. Childs 6-7; B. Cook d W. Hann 6-1; T. Lang d C. Brooks 6-0 Women’s singles: J. Stutley lost to S. Edwards 4-6; J. Sealey d L. Edwards 6-0; E. Jolley d A. Tentye 6-1. DIVISION TWO • Mount Gambier Green 7-60 d Glencoe 5-49; Mount Gambier Blue 7-63 d West Gambier Blue 5-43; West Gambier Red 10-70 d Reidy Park 2-41; Mount Schank - BYE DIVISION THREE • Uniting 6-56 d Centrals 6-43; Mil Lel 9-63 d Suttontown Dons 3-47; Moorak v Suttontown Tigers (no details available) LADIES DOUBLES • Uniting 5-33 d Glencoe 1-22; Mil Lel 4-34 d Allendale East 2-23; Reidy Red v Reidy Royal (no details avilable) MIXED DOUBLES • Moorak 5-33 d Mount Gambier Green 1-18; Mount Schank 5-35 d Mil lel 1-10; Moorak 5-33 d Mount Gambier Green 1-18; Suttontown - BYE
BARBER SHIELD (TWO DAY GAMES) MIL LEL V EAST GAMBIER Mil lel 1st innings 234 (J. Smith 100; N. Walters 55no.; D. Williamson 16; A. Hentschke 2/38; L. Turley 2/57; T. Younghusband 2/37; B. Hentschke 2/39; M. Roberts 2/21) NORTH SPORTSMAN’S V WEST GAMBIER North Sportsman’s 1st innings 178 (M. Johnston 61; M. Lewis 43; J. McConnell 32; J. Schutz 25; R. Crute 3/40; S. Willis 2/16; B. Stephenson 2/14; J. DeJong 1/43) West Gambier 1st innings 1/18 (in reply) (J. Geddes 10no.; N. McInerney 1/0) SOUTH GAMBIER V PENOLA South Gambier 1st innings 179 (E. Sims 32no.; D. Loupos 30; A. Kuhl 28; L. Zadow 19; R. Drenthen 18; L. Jones 4/50; M. waters 2/46; J. Mullan 2/31; J. Doyle 1/10; C. Slabber 1/35) Penola 1st innings 0/13 (in reply) (L. March 9no.)
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Millicent Night Owls results Touches: Tammy Fulmer (Scrappers) 3, Tony Morello (Rotary) 3, Robert Hyland (Mossies) 3,Barbara Leicester (Sunnies) 3, Nigel Ross (Sunnies) 3, George Hobson (Mayurra Mob) 3, Graham Arney (Lion Cubs) 3, Robert Dunn (Lion Cubs) 3, Bill Chapman (Grand Hotel) 3, Joy Warren (Miss Fitts) 3, Graham Attiwell (Try Hards) 4. Winners: RED DIVISION: Max’s Four (Max Blacketer, Kylie Ross, John Chalmers) defeated The George 29+18, other winners Mossies 27+6, Rovers 27+4, Somerset Legends 6+2, Jack Attack 26+1. BLUE DIVISION: Lions (Clayton White, Don Gilbertson, Mike Bleby, Gary Davis) defeated Lion Rams 29+13, other winners were X Factor 29+12, Awesome Foursome 27+11, Birdies 27+5, Grand Hotel 26+2. WHITE DIVISION: Mayurra Mob who had fill ins (Derek Lindh, Steve Skeer, George Hobson, Lindsay Warneke) defeated Lion Cubs 29+18, other winners Sunnies 28+5, Scrappers 26+3, Bedford Butterflies 25+2, Lions Roar 17 and Beanz Team 15 both had a draw. RED DIVISION WINNERS: (Top right) John Chalmers, Kylie Ross, Max Blacketer BLUE DIVISION WINNERS: (Centre right) Gary Davis, Mike Bleby, Don Gilbertson, Clayton White
WHITE DIVISION WINNERS: (Above bottom) Derrick Lindh, George Hobson, Lindsay Warneke with Steve Skeer missing
Reichelt & Bateman secure win
Last week in very, very, gusty conditions, 34 players braved the weather to play 20 ends of 2-4-2 bowls at the Millicent Bowls Club. Coming in first with a score of 31+16, winning 11 of the 20 ends was the team of Peter Bateman and David Reichelt. Second place went toc the team of Peter Dunnicliff and Eddie Hann with a score of 31+5. Other winning teams were Arthur O’Connell, John Scudds 30+13.
A triple of Ray Doecke, John Madden and John Eldridge 30+6. Robbie Chambers, Derrick Lindh 30+3. Jim Campbell, David Crase 29+8. Joy Warren, Bill Burdon 29+5 and Liz Carnellor, Peter Scanlon 29+2. 2-4-2 WINNERS: (Above left) David Reichelt & Peter Bateman 2-4-2 RUNNERS UP: (Above right) Eddie Hann & Peter Dunnicliff
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Lopsided results in round four table tennis All matches in week 4 of the Mount Gambier Table Tennis Spring Season were decidedly one-sided, both Divisions producing clear victors. Giants and Patriots squared off in the first match of Division 1. Leigh Barry continued his hot form for Giants, while for the Patriots Ward Freeman, Robin Pellen and Rayelene Hutchesson all maintained clean sheets in guiding their team to a comfortable 11-7 win. Victories to Hutchesson, Pellen, Freeman and Felix Owusu set the early tone for the night, giving Patriots a 4-0 start that Giants were unable to recover from. The other Division 1 contest was equally lopsided, Will Newlyn’s Cowboys dominating the struggling Broncos led by Sirinat Sweet. Newlyn, Bill-John Watson and Justin Hutchesson all had night out for the Cowboys, keeping their singles sheets clean, while Broncos player Harry Childs tried manfully to add some respectability to his team’s efforts. The contest started evenly with the teams trading wins before Newlyn, Watson and Hutchesson entered the fray and stamped their authority, eventually guiding the Cowboys to a comfortable 13-5 victory. Results in both Divion 2 matches were unfortunately much the same. Doug Megaw’s Lions
proved to be far too strong for Kylie Boston’s Warriors, before Anneliese Holtz’ Titans taught Tom Horrigan’s Buccaneers an absolute table tennis lesson. James Peake and Andrew Telford proved to be the difference for the Lions, both remaining undefeated, while Tracey Escreet was the only standout for the Warriors. Highlights of the night included a tense 5-game struggle between Peake and Boston, whilst Lions player Jacob Ireland also had to pull out all his tricks to overcome his Warriors opponent Nudee Cook in 5. Rising stars Lenny Van Der Linde and Jacob Halleday also thrilled onlookers with their own 5-game encounter late in the match, however it was the Lions who cruised to overall victory by 12 rubbers to 6. The Buccaneers were out to improve on last week’s showing, and although they managed to do that, they still showed they have some way to go before being seriously competitive. Mark Devaney and Emina Leamey kicked things off for the Titans with easy victories in their first singles rubbers, before Chris Turner stepped up and ensured their wouldn’t be a
repeat of last week’s nightmare for the Buccaneers, beating Tracy Rawlings. There was little else to write home about unfortunately, as Devaney, Jedda Hardcastle, and Marga Steele kept clean sheets for the Titans enroute to a comfortable 14-4 victory. 2 rubber winners: Division 1 Rayelene Hutchesson, Ward Freeman, Robin Pellen (Patriots), Leigh Barry (Giants), Harry Childs (Broncos), Will Newlyn, Bill-John Watson, Justin Hutchsesson (Cowboys) Division 2 Jedda Hardcastle (pictured), Marga Steele, Mark Devaney (Titans), Tracey Escreet (Warriors), James Peake, Andrew Telford (Lions).
Pennant bowls results Mid Week Pennant Mount Gambier Red 60/8 d Millicent Red 35/0; Naracoorte RSL 61/8 d Mount Gambier Blue 50/0; Naracorote 41/7 d Millicent Blue 38/1; Port MacDonnell Blue 42/6 d Mount Gambier RSL Blue 41/2; Port MacDonnell Red 64/8 d Mount Gambier RSL Red 26/0 Ladies Pennant Division One Mount Gambier RSL Red 53/6 d Naracoorte 42/2; Millicent Red 52/8 d Penola 27/0; Kingston 47/8 d Millicent Blue 41/0; Port MacDonnell 48/6 d Mount Gambier RSL Blue 42/2 Division Two Mount Gambier 58/6 d Port MacDonnell 34/2; Beachport Blue 54/6 d Beachport Red 46/2; Penola 61/8 d Millicent 31/0; Naracoorte RSL 63/8 d Robe 34/0 Division Three Penola 49/6 d Naracoorte 45/2; Robe 51/8 d Mount Gambier RSL 24/0; Lucindale - BYE Saturday Open Pennant Division One Robe 72/12 d Port MacDonnell 59/0; Millicent 64/7 drew with Mount Gambier Red 64/5; Mount Gambier RSL Red 82/12 d Naracoorte 54/0; Mount Gambier Blue 90/12 d Mount Gambier RSL Blue 46/0 Division Two Naracorote 85/10 d Lucindale 56/2; Penola 75/9 d Naracoorte 71/3; Kingston 74/9 d Mount Gambier RSL 72/3; Naracoorte RSL 71/10 d Mount Gambier 70/2 Division Three Robe 79/10 d Frances 78/2; Millicent Red 93/12 d Naracoorte 35/0; Millicent Blue 79/12 d Port MacDonnell 61/0; Mount Gambier RSL 58/10 d Penola 54/2 Division Four (South) Mount gambier RSL Blue 76/9 d Beachport South 59/4; Millicent Red 86/12 d Mount Gambier Blue 33/0; Millicent Blue 75/10 d Mount Gambier RSL Red 50/2; Mount Gambier Red 90/10 d Port MacDonnell 57/2 Division Four (North) Kalangadoo 71/10 d Beachport North 54/2; Kingston Red 91/12 d Lucindale 54/0; Naracoorte RSL 99/12 d Penola 47/0; Kingston Blue 71/10 d Naracoorte 64/2
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Gavin Height right on target Mount Gambier Gun Club shooters battle all four seasons in recent shoot The Mount Gambier Gun Club held its monthly competition earlier this month in sunny conditions along with some slight wind gusts, and a couple of heavy downpours but this did not deter the shooters to obtain some high scores. The opening event was the Avis Car & Truck Rentals 25 Tgt Club Double Barrel Championship. This competition was enthusiastically shot resulting with Warren Lindner winning the overall title and AA with a top score of 39/39, from Gavin Height 34/35, Kevin Mules 66/67, won A narrowly from Scott Fleming 65/67, Mick Rudd 25/25 just edged out Gezeinus Blok 24/25 to win B and Peter Klieve26/29 won C from Janette Densley 25/29. The Mount Gambier Hotel 30 Tgt Champion of Champions was well shot with a few of the shooters attaining some great scores, with a top score of 49/50 Gavin Height won AA from Jamie Dunn 48/50 , Dale Robertson 45/50 took A from Kevin Mules 42/50, Daniel Ashby 47/50 won B from Gezeinus Blok 44/50 and Peter Klieve 36/50 won C from Frank Kentish 33/50. The Mustart Electrical 30 Tgt Pointscore Championship was the last competition and this event was again shot enthusiastically, Steve Chambers 89/90 emerged victorious to win AA from Robert Andrews 88/90, Dale Robertson 87/93 Won A from Scott Fleming 83/93, Daniel Ashby 84/90 won B from Mick Rudd 79/90, Janette
Densley 81/90 easily won C from Peter Klieve 74/90. The South East Autotrade Highgun award over the three events was successfully won by Gavin Height with a great score of 159/165. The next monthly competition will be held on Saturday, December 11.
SOUTH EAST AUTOTRADE HIGHGUN AWARD: (Above top left) Andrew Hoare congratulates winner Gavin Height. AVIS CAR & TRUCK RENTALS 25 TGT CLUB DOUBLE BARREL CHAMPIONSHIP: (Above top right)Peter Klieve, Warren Lindner, Mick Rudd & Kevin Mules. MUSTART ELECTRICAL 30 TGT POINTSCORE: (Above bottom left)Steve Chambers, Daniel Ashby, Dale Robertson & Janette Densley MOUNT GAMBIER HOTEL 30 TGT CHAMPION OF CHAMPIONS: Peter Klieve, Gavin Height, Daniel Ashby, & Dale Robertson
Fun day out at Blue Lake Golf Club After the past six weeks of stroke qnd stableford competitions it was decided by the match comittee to have a fun day and play a 4 BBB pairs stableford event at the Blue Lake Golf Club last Wednesday. The 30 competitors were put into pairs comprising a Division 1 and Division 2 player from a blind draw. The winning team of Trudy Herbert and Carol Melhuish combined their handicaps 30/39 and golfing strengths extremely well with a multitude of three-pointers and a four-pointer scoring 25 points on both nines, finishing with 50. The team of Helen Stratford and Lynda Nannings also combined well with a total of 46 points on their handicaps of 21/30. Nannings played well under her handicap and used her score more often than not taking the pressure off Stratford who did contribute with four pars. Both nines were 23 points. Coming in a close third was the team of Sue Agars and Lucy Richards, scoring 45 points off handicaps of 22/35 and also combined well both evenly contributing to the score with both having a birdie each and a couple of pars each with some three-pointers, a front nine score of 22 points and back nine 23 showed consistency. Nearest to the pin 2nd shot was won by Ronda Edwards (Div 1) and Vivienne Wilson (Div 2) and the pro-shot winnet was Sue Agars. Jenny Bowman and Karen Panagopolous earned a chocolate Bar for ferretts on the 4th and 6th and Lynette Hirth on 11th and 13th. FUN DAY WINNERS: Second placed team Lynda Nannings & Helen Stratford, winning team Trudy Herbert & Carol Melhuish. Absent: Third placed team of Sue Agars & Lucy Richards.
Volleyball results DIVISION ONE North d Hope 4-0 (Best players: Tom Madigan & Pah Wah); Giants d Settters of Cattan 2-1 (Best players: Megan beck & Matt Kurzman) DIVISION TWO V. I. P d Notorious D. I. G 5-0 (Best players: Maddie Whaites & Nop Pha Rad); For Fun d Rookies 3-2 (Best players: Sam Batty & Tyson Van Dyk); HZARS d Super Bomb 4-0 (Best players: Daylia Johnson & Patrick C); Rock Stars d Ravens 5-0 (Best players: Taryn Pearce & Kinser)
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Trimnell wins weather lottery Limestone Coast Off Road Club hosts khanacross Limestone Coast Off Road Club held a Khanacross at the Showgrounds on Sunday, in weather conditions that made the event a lottery as to whether the course had plenty of grip, or, resembled a skating rink. As this event also scored as Round 5 of the South Eastern Automobile Club Khanacross Series, the usual suspects were keen to take part in this event to gain some more points and maybe improve the tally for the year. This proved to be a huge challenge and considerable luck needed to get a dryish track to get a Quick time, as Mother Nature threw a few curve balls at the group through the day. Course layouts were not forgiving and had plenty of penalty markers to get in the way if the driver erred in speed or direction, with more than the odd one or two cones being taken for a ride down the track, at a cost of 5 seconds each, added to the guilty driver’s time for his/her run against the stop watch. Wrong Directions were also listed across the day, with some wearing the penalty for running out of track to drive on and others a little lost on the way. Early Test Runs, most drivers were cautious and drove with some care to feel out the grip level that varied across the layout in texture as well as moisture. Those that threw caution into the wind, paid the price for a cone or two, as loss of control on the hot mix in the middle became evident as the surface had little to no grip when any moisture was present and this is where luck showed with wet or not, good runs or wet runs. Ken Trimnell took fastest time in Tests 1, 2, 3, 7, 8 in his 4WD Subaru WRX and got the points for Number 1 spot with his tally of 376.64 seconds and free of any penalties all day. Damien Wilson got the chocolates in Tests 4, 9 and 12 with
the Nissan Silvia S13 enjoying some grip in these tests. Phil Wilson’s Soarer found some traction in Test 5 and 11 for quickest time in these 2 tests. Bailey Perryman brought out his Hyundai Excel and proved to be competitive all day, with Fastest times in Test 6 and 10 and at the pointy end in a few more. Suzanne Crowe, pedaling
her beloved Rexy with enough enthusiasm to be consistently quick, but not get into trouble ended her day out in Second spot with a total of 385.81 seconds also penalty free for the day. Bradley Harry returned to the action after some time away from competition and drove the Toyota Starlet faultlessly all day to be rewarded with 3rd outright spot
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with a penalty free tally of 387.59 seconds. As previously mentioned, Bailey Perryman’s Hyundai did the job all day and he made the 4th outright spot with his total of 393.64 seconds. Struggling for grip all day, Phil Wilson drove well in the big Toyota Soarer to keep to the track, with only a pair of cone penalties added to his total, 403.09 seconds resulting in 5th outright. Murray Height has been gaining confidence in every outing and exploring the limits of the Toyota Corona. This outing he drove well in the tricky conditions to list at 6th outright with a penalty free total of 411.49 seconds for his day out. Toyota Corolla pilot, Curtis Boyd enjoyed the smaller car around the course layouts to the max, with his total time of 419.05 seconds including a couple of cone penalties good enough for 7th outright points. John Whitehead took to the track in his neat Toyota Celica Hatch and showed good speed in the tricky conditions to finish his day out with 8th outright and a total of 423.13 seconds including a couple of cone penalties. Another one that drives hard all day, Lindsay Beare pushed the Commodore every outing to the max to come home in 9th outright with a total of 429.54 seconds for his penalty free day.
Rounding out the top 10, Damien Wilson’s effort got the points with his total of 432.97 seconds including a few penalties along the way. With such a varied day, conditions wise, there were lots of “oops” moments experienced by many, but a lot of smiles were evident through the day. Director, Murray Height and his Assistant Paul, extended thanks to the LCORC Officials that stood out in the appalling conditions that came across the showgrounds through the day, to allow the competitors to “enjoy” the changing track. Next event on the SEAC calendar is a day/night Autocross at SEAC Park on Saturday 20th November. After a reassembly of the track layout from the “Legend” Hill climb, the Park track will be ready for action Saturday afternoon, running into the evening. Good spectator viewing can be had from the side of Megaw Road or enter the complex and sign in at the Covid Desk and have a look at the competing vehicles. TACKLING THE COURSE: (Above top left) Khanacross winner ken Trimnell; (above top right) secon placed Damien Wilson; (top left) Josh Munn in action & (bottom left) Shania Whitehead is a picture of concentration.
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