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Issue 919 - Wednesday, February 16, 2022

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Bringing history to life Federal funding helps finance exhibition on female pioneers “We wanted to tell the story about female pioneers in South Australia specifically. We wanted to show how active they have been in making the State what it is.” That is the motivation, according to Millicent National Trust Museum secretary Chris Parmenter, to putting together the Women on Horseback, an exhibition earmarked for History Month, this

coming May. As a volunteer run museum, income has been a huge issue for the facility over the past two years. “Our only income is through the people through the door,” Mr Parmenter said. “We have lost a lot of income.” And that’s where the chance to apply for a Federal Government Culture, Heritage and Arts Regional

Tourism (CHART) program grant proved to be a lifeline for the organisation that has been planning the Women on Horseback exhibition since last year. The museum has garnered $2,649 from the $3million funding pool to help put the landmark exhibition together. “The funding from the CHART program will assist Millicent National

Trust Museum to develop an exhibition showcasing side saddles, Victorian riding habits and various accoutrements that relate to the history of women on horseback.” Mr Pasin said. See inside for full story

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Dealing with the aftermath City of Mount Gambier working with key stakeholders in the wake of Crater Lakes fire Last month’s Crater Lakes fire remains in the spotligt as the City of Mount Gambier continues to work with emergecny services and other stakeholders work together to restore activities to the popular region, continue the clean up and mitigate future risk. A Special Council Meeting was held in the Civic Centre Council Chamber last week to discuss the emergency response process following the Crater Lakes fire. Council endorsed recommendations relating to budget expenditure, procurement and road and land management to enable the chief executive officer and council officers to progress with early assessment and recovery activities in the area. Council resolved to approve all expenditure for immediate response to the fire and recovery activities such as, but not limited to, road closures, assessment expertise and safety related materials and contractors required during the response and recovery process. “We are currently in the initial assessment phase and we are still determining what kind of additional expertise we may require to undertake this work, so the authorisation from council to spend funds where we need to is vitally important at this stage,” City of Mount Gambier CEO Sarah Philpott said. “Council administration will provide details regarding the total expenditure of the work required to Elected Members on a weekly basis.” The CEO is now authorised to procure specialised expertise as required to ensure recovery activities are undertaken in a timely manner. “Council’s resolutions put in place the capacity for council officers to act and respond to the fire immediately,” Ms Philpott said. “They also allow us to keep parts of the site closed and to manage the traffic while we are making assessments in the area so that we can maintain people’s safety in the short term.” An assessment plan is being developed including four stages. The first is to secure the fire affected site - which we have

completed, the second is to undertake a risk assessment and zoning of affected areas based on their risk score, then assessment of fire damage and recovery measures and lastly, a gradual opening of the identified high risk zones. Council reopened Marist Park oval, for organised sports only, the Leg of Mutton Lake, Davison Drive up to Marks lookout and the saddle area on February 4. These areas were unaffected by the fire that burned 50 hectares of grass and scrub in the Crater Lakes precinct and following damage and risk assessment, are now deemed safe for public use. The Valley Lakes, Centenary Tower, the back section of Carinya Gardens Cemetery, Potters Point, and all associated Crater Lakes walking/bike trails remain closed as the assessment process continues. “Those parts of the Crater Lakes areas that are considered high risk zones remain closed to the public at all times on the basis of public safety, until they are deemed safe to reopen,” Ms Philpott said. “We believe that the Valley Lake area may be able to be reopened in the next week or so. “Some of the areas of most concern are around the back section of the Carinya Gardens Cemetery and also Brownes Lake as the fire was most intense in these areas. “Therefore, we would anticipate that they will remain off limits for a much longer period of time.” Council continues to work with SAPOL and emergency services to ensure the safety of the site and the community with an increased presence in the area over the coming days. “In the interest of public safety, we continue to urge people to keep out of the closed areas at the Crater Lakes that were impacted

by the fire and adhere to the signage and bunting erected throughout the precinct.” Council’s CEO urges people to be alert to the danger areas as forecast high temperatures and strong winds in the coming days may pose a threat to the immediate area which is still smouldering. “Metropolitan Fire Service crews have advised they are still responding to hotspots particularly in the pines area adjacent to the Carinya Gardens Cemetery and on the staircase leading up to Centenary Tower,” Ms Philpott said. “With more hot weather forecast, we anticipate that hotspots may continue to flare up, so please stay away.” The fire was first reported at about 2,30am on January 25 after flames were seen near Centenary Tower. It was contained by

“...we believe that the Valley Lake area may be able to be reopened in the next week or so...some of the areas of most concern are around the back section of the Carinya Gardens Cemetery and also Brownes Lake as the fire was most intense in these areas...” Sarah Philpott (City of Mount Gambier CEO)

“...to contain and confine the fire with no loss of life or property was simply amazing and a magnificent effort... the response and recovery process will now see us work together to rejuvenate the jewel in Mount Gambier’s crown...” Lynette Martin OAM (City of Mount Gambier Mayor) emergency services the following day and the Crater Lakes precinct was returned to the care and control of council on January 27. At the Special Council Meeting, City of Mount Gambier Mayor Lynette Martin praised emergency services and council staff for their work in response to the fire. “On behalf of all elected members I’d like to thank all emergency agencies, staff and volunteers who were involved in fighting the fire, and also residents for their assistance in remaining away from the site in the peak of the emergency,” Mayor Martin said. “To contain and confine the fire with no loss of life or property was simply amazing and a magnificent effort. “The response and recovery process will now see us work together to rejuvenate the jewel in Mount Gambier’s crown.”

KEEPING THE COMMUNITY SAFE: (Above) City of Mount Gambier Mayor Lynette Martin and CEO Sarah Philpott with Mount Gambier MFS Station Officer (day crew) Phil Wood, Station Officer Adrian Puust and Senior Firefighter (retained) Darren McPhail. Council formally resolved to thank all emergency services, volunteers and Council staff involved in fighting the Crater Lakes fire at the Special Council Meeting last week. STAY AWAY: (Bottom left) The current access map for the Crater Lakes area. KEEPING THE COMMUNITY SAFE: (Bottom right) Fighting the fire at the height of last month’s Crater Lakes fire. PHOTO COURTESY OF JANET MCKINNON


Bringing history to life in Millicent Federal funding helps finance ground breaking exhibition on female pioneers “We wanted to tell the story about female pioneers in South Australia specifically. We wanted to show how active they have been in making the State what it is.” That is the motivation, according to Millicent National Trust Museum secretary Chris Parmenter, to putting together the Women on Horseback, an exhibition earmarked for History Month, this coming May. As a volunteer run museum, income has been a huge issue for the facility over the past two years. “Our only income is through the people through the door,” Mr Parmenter said. “We have lost a lot of income.” And that’s where the chance to apply for a Federal Government Culture, Heritage and Arts Regional Tourism (CHART) program grant proved to be a lifeline for the organisation that has been planning the Women on Horseback exhibition since last year. The museum has garnered $2,649 from the $3million funding pool to help put the landmark exhibition together. “The funding from the CHART program will assist Millicent National Trust Museum to develop an exhibition showcasing side saddles, Victorian riding habits and various accoutrements that relate to the history of women on horseback.” Mr Pasin said. “With the Morrison Government’s support, we are helping rebuild our local economy through the development of collections or exhibits, improved facilities for visitors, and the digitisation of local heritage collections for future generations to enjoy.” “I encourage communityrun arts, cultural and heritage organisations in Barker to apply

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for a CHART program grant today – this will assist us to continue offering appealing cultural tourism experiences in our regional communities.” Mr Parmenter is also awaiting news on other grants as the museum, which is already the home of the State’s horse drawn vehicle collection, bringing more equestrian history to life and telling a largely under the radar story. “The original women from England had to relearn to ride horses, changing from side saddle to astride,” Mr Parmenter said. “The story of Daisy Bates (pictured

above with the Duke of Gloucester) who took a whole her of cattle to her station in the outback and to share the stories of when the men went to the gold rush and the women had to learn to drove around their own properties and the same when the me went to war. It is a long history and tradition.” The museum has made contact with a lady in the Adelaide Hills who has a vast side saddle collection and working in conjunction with the Side Saddle Association of South Australia, one of the oldest of its

type in the world, and horse drawn vehicles historian Peter Foster, who has literally written the book on Australia’s history with horses as working animals. “This CHART grant will enable us not only to get on the road to financial recovery, but it helps fund the unique and powerful story of women on horseback in the State,” Mr Parmenter said. “From Jillaroos stepping up during the War, to pioneer women like Daisy Bates driving their cattle to remote properties, from ladies elegantly riding side saddle to the women who follow the rodeo circuit. This will be a chance to see never before exhibited saddles, clothing, photographs and paraphernalia associated with the women who ride proudly through our history.” Mr Parmenter is busy sewing up some costumes to form part of the exhibition, which will be housed mainly in the Visitor Information Centre gallery, as well as spilling into the museum. The VIC gallery part of the exhibition will be free with organisers looking to officially unveil the Women on Horseback exhibition on April 30 before opening to the public for the month of May, which is History Month in South Australia. “On behalf of the Millicent National Trust Museum, we are grateful for any support that helps us keep doing what we do well and bring history into the present for the future,” Mr Parmenter said. The museum is currently working hard towards a Murder in the Museum night set down for the beginning of April but will then power towards making the Women on Horseback a reality, including organising the transportation of the Adelaide Hills memorabilia to the

“...to share the stories of when the men went to the gold rush and the women had to learn to drove around their own properties and the same when the me went to war...it is a long history and tradition...” Chris Parmenter (Millicent National Trust Museum secretary) Millicent site. The exhibition, similarly to when the museum acquired its large costume collection, is also about providing more exhibits that focus on women and are of interest to women. Mr Pasin said more than $135,000 in grants would flow to 50 organisations across the country to support activities that encourage cultural tourism in regional, rural and remote Australia. “These grants will support the reactivation and ongoing sustainability of these successful applicants, with each playing an integral role in telling the stories of their local communities and preserving Australia’s cultural heritage,” Mr Pasin said. “This first batch of grants marks an important milestone in the benefits that CHART will provide to regional communities, including the promotion of regional arts tourism across Australia, which in turn will enhance arts access and increase local expenditure.” Applications are open until April 29, or until allocated funding is expended.


Home sweet home February 16 is officially Trevor Koopman’s final day as a South East Laundry employee but in reality he walked out of the building for the last time on Friday after a farewell party worthy of someone who has clocked up 46 years of employment. The now 69 year old joined the South East laundry team on September 19, 1975, after nailing his interview. “I virtually put him on straight away,” retired South East Laundry owner Darryl Hirth said. Trevor’s foray into the South East laundry world was actually following

SOUTH EAST LAUNDRY 2016 MOUNT GAMBIER CHAMBER OF COMMERCE HALL OF FAME INDUCTEE THE STORY OF THE HIRTHS & THE HYATT People need clean sheets, towels and pillow slips. Seems obvious, but it has been the basis for a business success story spanning almost seven decades – South East Laundry. The business was established by Mr Kroker and first operated from Gwendoline Street, on the site which is now occupied by the Mount Gambier Court House. In 1960 he relocated the laundry to its current site in Anthony Street and that’s when, now owner, Darryl Hirth, first joined the team. The business has been built on its strong relationships with the hospitality and accommodation industry, aged care sector and laundering industrial clothing, with clients in Mount Gambier, Bordertown, Portland, Casterton,

in his mother’s footsteps but he only made the move after the Yahl meat processing plant where he was working closed its doors. “Darryl was looking for a driver and asked my mum to ask me and that’s how it all came about,” Trevor said. Initially Trevor was doing the Mount Gambier run, heading to butchers, motels and picking up overalls from other workplaces and then delivering the washed goods back to their owners. “I did that for about 10 years,” Trevor said, before opportunity came knocking again, with, then owner, Mr Kroker, offering Trevor the chance to secure his boiler certificate so he could run the boiler. It was a 13 week course and marked the next chapter in his working life. “He (Mr Kroker) didn’t offer that to too many people, you really had to earn it,” Trevor said. He then transitioned to the washroom,

although the washroom in 2022 doesn’t remotely resemble the washroom of Trevor’s early career and while that role was tough physical work, despite the automation of today, it is still a physically demanding job with the volume having significant increased. “At the beginning of the week you do four to five tonnes of laundry and then at the end of the week it might drop slightly to three tonnes,” Trevor said. Of course that is no longer an issue for the former 2IC, who was offered that role a few years after Darryl took over the laundry from Egans, of Colac. “I managed the business for 14 years for the Egans and then they offered the business to Fran and I and we virtually built ourselves a future - both our daughters worked here,” Darryl said. As business owner, the responsibilities and commitments started to pile up for Darryl and Trevor was the perfect fit for the 2IC role – he did and still does, know

Robe, Penola and Naracoorte. After a stint with the, then E&WS, Darryl was lured back to the laundry, eventually taking on ownership of the Anthony Street business in 1995. It has been a family affair for the Hirths with wife Fran and daughters Lisa and Kerry all having worked there, with Kerry still part of the South East Laundry team. So dedicated to being at the cutting edge of the industry, Darryl even used to visit laundries while on family holidays. “I would see a laundry and pull over so I could go and have a look,” Darryl said. He has also always been active in peak industry bodies and attending national conferences. “There were international guest speakers and you could keep upto-date with what was happening in the industry,” he said. “It was also a chance to meet directly with your suppliers and equipment manufacturers and building those relationships was important.” And it’s even been a family experience for other employees. “We do have some employees that came back

after having kids and then their kids would come and work for us. In some instances we have had three generations work here.” The laundry game is certainly one of those businesses where technology has had an enormous impact, with machines washing, drying, folding and ironing all with the touch of a button. They have machines that wash 50kg every three minutes. As the business grew, so did the need to be more efficient. No longer are deliveries a family trip in a small van, there are trucks. “We used to make it a family trip to Portland and the kids would fall asleep on the laundry bags on the way back,” Fran said. No longer are baskets the main storage and delivery choice, custom made trolleys now make transporting the big orders easy. Water usage used to rank around 24 litres a kilogram and now it’s down to eight as the laundry industry becomes part of the clean and green mantra of the 21st century. South East Laundry has even

“...he didn’t offer that to too many people, you really had to earn it...” Trevor Koopman every inch of the business and how things run. And Trevor’s longevity at the business did make for an interesting transition when Darryl added former bank employee Ward Freeman to the team as manager. “It was strange at first when Wade (Freeman) came from the bank and he was telling me what to do when I had been here 40 years,” Trevor said. “But we worked it out and right up util me leaving we were able to go with the flow. Wade was good at the figures, the emails and everything to do with the computer, while I was good with people.” And it is the people as much as anything that Trevor will miss most. “This is home to me,” he said. “I never took a sick day, never took time off. The laundry is like a family, I just loved the job.”

“...the laundry is like a family, I just loved the job...” Trevor Koopman

done the linen for the Grand Hyatt in Melbourne. “In the 90s Victoria had that huge gas explosion and the Grand Hyatt brought their work here. They even brought their own team and were here for nearly two weeks, working 12 hour days,” Kerry, who started at the laundry as a 20 year old when the fabric shop where she was working closed, said. Darryl has stepped away

In the end, it was health issues that saw Trevor walk away from the laundry before he was really ready to say goodbye. “I have been off for nearly 12 months with cancer and other health issues – never had a sick day in my life and then it all sort of happened at once,” Trevor said. “I I would have kept going – I didn’t want to leave but your health has to come first – it was a really hard decision.” Hard, too, was handing over his keys last week – that made it more final than it had seemed in the lead up to his February 16 departure date. Trevor’s retirement leaves Lindsay Button, with 36 years service, as the longest serving employee, with a number of the female staff having started with the business in their teens and then returning after having a family. JUST LIKE FAMILY: (Above) South East Laundry general manager Ward Freeman; retiree Trevor Koopman & owner Darryl Hirth.

from the business, officially in retirement, but still visits often and is a sounding board for general manager Ward Freeman. So does he help with the washing at home? “I honestly didn’t even know how to operate a washing machine.” FAMILY AFFAIR: The Hirth family Lisa, Darryl, Fran & Lisa.


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Time to toast Andrea’s success Limestone Coast Toastmasters Club celebrating 60th anniversary Communication, public speaking and leadership – that is the core business of the Limestone Coast Toastmaster Club and the local group is always looking for new members. Originating in Naracoorte, the local club is celebrating its 60th anniversary – it is the sixth oldest club in Australia - and the year has started strongly with member Andrea Braun (pictured) recently taking out first place in the Table Topics Section of the Annual Area C9 Toastmasters Contest. Table Topics require the contestant only to be given the topic just as they are called to speak. Each contestant is then required to speak ad hoc on the given subject for 1-2 minutes. This exciting win will require Andrea to represent Limestone Coast and Area C9 Toastmasters at the Central Division Contest next month. Ms Braun’s win will be only the third time, in recent years, that a local club member has attained an entry at Division Level. Ms Braun didn’t even know the result, rushing from the public speaking competition to her usual tennis commitment. “It was certainly an exciting surprise to come off after my first set to see a message informing me of my win,” she said. Long standing member Elizabeth Hodges can take the

credit for recruiting Ms Braun, after the two got chatting at a Women in Business and Regional Development function two years ago. Got involved about 2 years ago after meeting Elizabeth Hodges at a Women In Business function and she invited me to attend. “I was rebuilding my life after a monumental change in personal circumstances it was certainly beneficial to moving my life in a new bright direction,” Mx Braun said. “I had always had a fear of public speaking, I would happily sing a song rather than speak.” She praised her fellow Toastmasters who have assisted her in developing her skills and highlighted they have a lot of fun along the way, encouraging anyone who would like to develop or improve their public speaking skills to come along. “It has given me confidence to speak publicly by teaching me the skills to prepare and present speeches, run meetings, enter competitions and also take on executive roles,” Ms Braun said. “It gives me confidence to use my skills for work, sport, community involvement and other organisations I’m involved with, and I certainly encourage anyone who wants to either learn or improve their skills to come along.” Technology has come to play an important role in the Limestone

Coast Toastmaster Club, which added meetings in Penola and Mount Gambier, with Zoom now not only allowing them to continue regardless of COVID restrictions, but also allows members from far afield to be part of the Limestone Coast group, including Portland and Adelaide. Karen Leslie is a long time member of the Limestone Coast Toastmasters Club, joining in 2008 when she relocated to the region from the UK and finding her self in a number of leadership roles both locally and Statewide. “People know it’s about public speaking but I think it is more about personal confidence and the confidence just to speak to others – whether it’s one on one or in front of a crowd,” Karen said. “It is also about listening – a lot of time in conversations we are thinking about what we are going to say next and not closely listening to what other people have to say.” Karen also said Toastmasters was a great environment to practise thinking on your feet. “People give prepared speeches and on the fly speeches where they don’t know what the topic is going to be about,” she said. The positive and constructive feedback provided is also a critical part of the Toastmasters experience. “This is a positive, friendly club – we have fun and a lot of our

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speakers are pretty funny and that’s often what people keep coming back for,” Karen said. Mark Reynolds is an Adelaide based member of the Limestone Coast Toastmasters Club with the international movement having been a huge part of his life. “I got involved because I developed a really bad stutter and it helped me get on top of that,” Mark said. “ It was a real six degrees of separation for mark, with a friend of a friend of a friend getting him in touch with jeff Johnston who founded an Adelaide based club that meets at the Gilbert Hotel. “I just went along and did find I moved on very quickly from getting sweaty palms to give me speech because it was such a supportive environment,” Mark said. “And the feedback is helpful – usually starting with what was good about the speech and then making some points which might help with improvement.” And Mark is now involved in a few clubs and has been more than happy to help fledgling or struggling clubs set a strong membership base. “I’ve been involved in about 20 clubs and sometimes up to 10 at one time,” Mark said. “There are a lot of things that are similar with everyone Toastmasters clubs but there are also differences. Some try and be really professional,

while others are more laid back, so you can find one that will suit what you are looking for. I think the Limestone Coast club is a really good combination of both – they are one of the friendliest clubs I have been involved with but they also do things professionally.” If you would like to experience what Toastmasters is about please contact Andrea, who is the Vice President of Membership, on 0417 509 144. Limestone Coast Toastmasters meets the first and third Wednesday of each month normally at the Mount Gambier Community RSL but at present online via Zoom. GIFT OF THE GAB: Limestone Coast Toastmaster Andrea Braun was awarded first place in the annual Toastmasters Table Topics Area C9 contest.

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Stand Like Stone Foundation & OneFortyOne partnership set to benefit Limestone Coast Stand Like Stone and OneFortyOne are continuing their partnership to support local community groups with their $50,000 grants program.

Applicationsare now open and not for profit groups in the Limestone Coast region are encouraged to apply for a funding boost. Stand Like Stone’s new CEO Roger Babolka (pictured) said community organisations were an important part of this region, and these grants provide Limestone Coast communities with the boost they may need to make great things happen. “We know that our region is filled with many determined, inspiring and resilient people with great ideas, and funding from our grants partnership can help these

projects come to life and make a real impact,” Mr Babolka said. Now into its ninth year, the Stand Like Stone and OneFortyOne grants partnership has delivered a total $280,000 to support 29 local projects. OneFortyOne Jubilee Sawmill General Manager Paul Hartung, said they had always treasured their partnership with Stand Like Stone. “Last year’s round was particularly impactful as we saw community groups rally to provide meaningful and thoughtful programs,” Mr Hartung said. “We’re in this because we want to support schools, families, and mental health, amongst other objectives. “As we’re all still navigating the impacts of COVID, it is a really important time to continue our ongoing and solid partnership with Stand Like Stone.” Applications are open for grants $5000 - $20,000 and close at 5pm on March 31. Application forms and further information are available from www.standlikestone.com.au.

South East Property Beachport Crayfish Festival is set to be a fun-filled family day out. To be held on March 5 this year at Centennial Park, in the centre of town, it will include a variety of food stalls to cater for all tastes especially, the barbecued cray tails and crayfish pizza. A range of South Australian wines, along with beers and cider will be available to purchase on the day. Live music, food demonstrations, crayfish cookoffs and much more, will keep

you entertained all day long and into the night. Market stalls selling a variety of locally homemade goods and products will also be in attendance. Free children’s activities including a jumping castle, giant games and even a rock wall will keep the younger ones occupied and happy. Be sure to come along to this fabulous outdoor event and support the community and the beautiful coastal township of Beachport.


Highlighting the best of life in a coastal town Robe Boat Fishing and Leisure Show returns

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Quality entertainment, delicious food, locally crafted beer, wine and spirits are all on offer at the 11th Robe Boat Fishing and Leisure Show this weekend but at its core, it is all about getting out on the water – promoting the local fishing and recreation industry was the reason Jamie Aitken established the event in the first place. The range of boats, caravans, SUVs, fishing equipment and all things marine continues to expand every year with stall after stall filling the three acre expo space that has the Lake Butler Marina as its backdrop. And organisers must be getting this core business right – not only does it attract new and repeat exhibitors and visitors but it has been branded one of the top 10 events of its type in Australia by the Boating Industry Association. “It always has been, first and foremost, an event about getting out on the water, checking out boats, heading out fishing and all the other fun activities a seaside location like Robe offers,” Jamie said. All the popular, quality boating brands will be on site including Quintrex, Savage, Sea Cruiser, Arvor, Theodore, Stabicraft, Inflatables, Yellow Fin, Haines Hunter and Seadoo. And if you already have your boat but are looking for some more grunt, outboard motors from all the top brands will be ready for inspection, including Honda, Suzuki, Mercury, Yamaha and Evenrude. Fishing tackle and accessories are always prominent as well, while the Robe Surf Lifesaving club is putting on races for the nippers and there is a fishing competiton run by Vtackle. A large selection of caravans, Range Rovers, Jaguars and Fords will also be on display, with Can-Am Suzuki, Honda and Spyder on site showcasing their off road vehicles of all shapes and sizes. So while the true boaties and fishos among you check out all the latest and greatest from the associated industry leaders, the rest of the family can check out the entertainment and relax seaside with the array of food and beverages on offer. The town’s local producers will be creating fresh and fabulous dishes, with the Robe Lions Club front and centre with their always popular barbeque, and you can wash it all down thanks to the wineries, brewers and gin distillers

“...it always has been, first and foremost, an event about getting out on the water, checking out boats, heading out fishing and all the other fun activities a seaside location like Robe offers...” Jamie Aitken that will all be showcasing their locally produced drops. The entertainment this weekend will see live music running from 124pm on both days. Saturday’s entertainment program features 4 On the Floor and Beck Willis, while locally based talent Kelly Menhennett and her band, as well as Limestone Americana and Tom West will provide the entertainment on

Sunday. Kelly’s distinctive voice quiets the most crowded of bars, honky tonks and street corners in music-loving destinations all around the world. Armed with a shy charm and wry wit, she is a consummate storyteller. Kelly, who grew up in the Riverland, and her band’s combined magnetism, their spellbinding mix of alt-country, blues, and ballads will leave every audience craving more. This is an event for the whole family to get together and have fun, sharing all the best of the region, come and join the fun on Saturday and Sunday at only $5 per person or $10 for the whole family.

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Backing the region’s health students Mount Gambier and District Tertiary Health Education Grant 2022 program launched Local tertiary students who are required to leave the region to study in a health related field are encouraged to apply for a $2000 grant to support their learning as part of the annual Mount Gambier and District Tertiary Health Education Grant program. The program will provide up to 12 grants to City of Mount Gambier and District Council of Grant residents to undertake university studies in health skills shortage areas within the local community. “The grants are available to those students starting or continuing university studies in identified skills shortage areas such as medicine, pharmacy, dentistry, allied health, chiropractic, midwifery, psychology, paramedicine and mental health nursing,” Mount Gambier and District Tertiary Health Education Grants Program chairman Rodney Summers said.

“We recognise that study within the health area is expensive and we want to support students along the way and encourage them to return to our region to use their skills once they are qualified.” The grants can be used for university fees, medical uniforms, equipment, books, travel and living expenses. Bachelor of Occupational Therapy student Jennieva Burn moved to Bendigo last year for her first year of the course at La Trobe University with the assistance of a Tertiary Health Education Grant. “I applied for the grant because to be supported by my home town was an amazing opportunity,” Jennieva said. “Also, my casual job has been my only source of earnings, and with full-time study I was seeking alternative sources of income to help out with my first year of university, in a different city too. As someone who plans to

come back to the Limestone Coast I thought it was ideal. “This grant has helped me pay for petrol, supplies, groceries, oncampus amenities fees and medical appointments. It allowed me to focus more on my university course and I was able to afford the long drives home to visit loved ones. “I would absolutely encourage others to apply for this grant as it is a great way for fellow regional citizens pursuing education to receive financial assistance. University is no easy feat and any help is motivating, especially from your home town.” Physiotherapist Anna Telford received a Tertiary Health Education Grant in 2015 and 2016 to assist her to complete a Bachelor of Physiotherapy at the University of South Australia in Adelaide. “I relocated to Adelaide in 2014 to study full time for four years and there were several associated living costs like higher rent, more fuel, travelling further to and from home, public transport costs to and from university, university textbooks and uniform costs,” Anna said. “Financially the grant was very useful to me to assist with those costs, but it was also good for my mental health. I had less stress as I didn’t need to work as many hours, my work/study life balance was much better and I could prioritise

my studies.” Anna returned to Mount Gambier after completing her studies in 2017 and started her own practice in 2020. She has since opened an additional clinic in Millicent with another young local returning physiotherapist. “On reflection I’ve really come to value the sense of community support that the grant provided. I am proud to be from a regional town and appreciate that this program acknowledges that it’s not easy to study away from home and supports the hopes and dreams of people in the allied health area, it’s a really special concept I think,” she said. The Tertiary Health Education Grant program has awarded 156 grants to students at a total cost of $312,000 since 2007. It is supported by City of Mount Gambier, District Council of Grant, UFS Chemist, Flinders Rural Health SA, Mount Gambier and District Community Bank, Rotary Club of

Mount Gambier Lakes, John and Helen Kentish and Ken and Carol Stafford. View the eligibility criteria and application form at: www. mountgambier.sa.gov.au/THEG Applications close on Thursday 31 March 2022. GIVING BACK AFTER HELPING HAND: (Above) Anna Telford received a Tertiary Health Education Grant in 2015 and 2016 to assist her to complete a Bachelor of Physiotherapy in Adelaide. She has since returned to Mount Gambier and opened her own practice, Anna Telford Physiotherapy. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED: (Left) Mount Gambier and District Tertiary Health Education Grants Program Chairman Rodney Summers and 2021 grant recipient and Bachelor of Occupational Therapy student Jennieva Burn.

Bushfire safety awareness in the spotlight Collaborative project looks to lift the lid on Bushfire Place of Last Resort A community driven, contemporary style video is the latest tool being used to help generate bushfire safety awareness in the Glenelg Shire. The Glenelg Shire Emergency Management Planning Committee has released its latest project the Bushfire Place of Last Resort video which helps explain the

purpose of a Bushfire Place of Last Resort, formerly known as a Neighbourhood Safer Place. The video is produced in a striking animated style, and is a collaboration between the Glenelg Shire Emergency Management Planning Committee, Powerhouse Productions and the students of

Heywood Consolidated Primary School. Glenelg Shire Emergency Management Planning Committee chair Greg Burgoyne said it was fantastic to partner with their local, rural communities to share important safety messages. “The concept for the Bushfire Place of Last Resort video was

to help dispel some of the myths surrounding their purpose, and what’s available,” he said. “There were misconceptions that a Bushfire Place of Last Resort could offer support services in the instance of an emergency. But that’s not the case – a Bushfire Place of Last Resort is only intended for use when all other plans have failed and there is no guarantee that emergency services will be present to provide assistance. “To help communicate this message at a local level, we partnered with Heywood Consolidated School and video studio Powerhouse Productions. “The voices you hear narrating the video are the voices of Heywood students, and the footage you see is

imagery from across the Glenelg Shire. It is incredibly powerful to have the future leaders of our rural communities reinforcing bushfire safety across the broader region. “We thank Heywood Consolidated School for their willingness to be involved on this important project, and to Powerhouse Productions for bringing to life this video in the modern, animated format, which is incredibly effective. “We hope that it can help the community understand the purpose of a Bushfire Place of Last Resort, and the role it plays during an emergency in their township.” The Bushfire Place of Last Resort video was funded by the Victorian Government through Safer Together project funding. To view the video, visit the Glenelg Shire website or YouTube channel. To learn more about Bushfire Places of Last Resort, including locations in your township, visit the Glenelg Shire website.


Locals happy to lead the way Sustainable land management the future or primary production

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A group of innovative primary producers from across the Limestone Coast are the stars of a new videos series explaining the carbon cycle and sustainable land management in the region. The Limestone Coast Landscape Board previewed the five-part video series in Mount Gambier and Keith ahead of the official release, which looms near. The Carbon Explainer series feature two animated videos explaining the carbon cycle, along with three videos that delve into the personal stories of Limestone Coast landholders and primary producers across agriculture, horticulture, viticulture and forestry. “It has been such a positive and rewarding experience working with some of our leading land managers during the filming of the videos as well as at our video preview launch events,” Limestone Coast Landscape Board Sustainable Primary Production team leader James Hall said. “Increased carbon storage in soil can improve soil health, increase the land’s resilience to a more variable climate and help improve

“...increased carbon storage in soil can improve soil health, increase the land’s resilience to a more variable climate and help improve long-term farm productivity..” James Hall (Limestone Coast Landscape Board Sustainable Primary Production team leader)

long-term farm productivity,” Mr Hall said. “The Carbon Explainer videos will provide a valuable starting point for anyone interested in learning more about carbon and soil health in the Limestone Coast – as well as carbon sequestration and emissions reduction.” Koonara Wines’ Dru Reschke is among several of the region’s primary producers featured in the videos, sharing insight into the benefits of adopting carbonfocussed sustainable land management practices. “We have the foundations in the Limestone Coast with our climate, soils and innovative people to move forward, learn and embrace our carbon future,” Mr Reschke said.

“...we have the foundations in the Limestone Coast with our climate, soils and innovative people to move forward, learn and embrace our carbon future...” Dru Reschke (Koonara Wines) “Not only are we improving our land for the next generation, it is smarter business with scope to improve profitability and productivity. “Together we can make the Limestone Coast a world leader in sustainably produced food and fibre through smart carbon

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Numbers and, even more importantly, clients, have been the focus of Gavin McEachern’s working life for almost five decades. And when you have poured your heart and soul into something going cold turkey is not a great plan. No stranger to plans, Gavin ensured his transition from trusted accountant to footloose and fancy-free retiree, was smooth, implementing a five year exit strategy as trusted employees, daughter Amber Dowdy and experienced operator Nigel Adams, were elevated to partners and will now take Gavin’s legacy and run with it. Gavin basically knocked one day of a week over that five year period as both he, wife Vivian, who became accustomed to the idea

“...at the end of the day, it was worth it working together because Vivian had a better understanding of the pressure I was under at times...” Gavin McEachern of Gavin stepping away. For all the stability of five decades in the industry and most of that time in Mount Gambier, the journey has not been short on adventure for the main who grew up on a dairy farm in the small Victorian hamlet of Drik Drik, highlighted by two years with his young family, working in the Solomon Islands. From the tiny classroom of Drik Drik to the slightly larger school population of high school in Heywood, from tertiary studies at Deakin University in Warrnambool to the bright lights of Melbourne

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as a graduate, securing his first job with industry powerhouse Price Waterhouse, Gavin was all a bout getting the job done. His return to this region was in 1973 when Mount Gambier became home and he took up a position with Ken Stafford – in hindsight that move was a masterstroke. It facilitated his association with KPMG, which spawned the opportunity to experience the Solomon Islands and eventually own his own business, as well as brought him love, meeting wife Vivian in 1975. The two married in 1978 and rounded out their family with son Nathan and daughter Amber. Gavin and Vivian’s family grew when Nathan met his wife Brigette and was married in 2006 and now have two children Tillie and Evie, while Amber married Robert Dowdy in 2007 and they also have two children Liberty and Addison. Time with family will be just one of the perks of life in retirement. For some couples, suddenly spending more time together is one of the key adjustment to retirement, but for Gavin and Vivian, who have worked side by side for the majority of their working lives, it is very much business as usual. “Working together worked for us,” Gavin said. “I would be there sometimes from 6am in the morning and still there at 10pm at night. At the end of the day, it was worth it working together because Vivian had a better understanding of the pressure I was under at times.” The couple ran the business together once they took it over as owners from 1996-2016 before that five year transition plan kicked in. Gavin had worked for the business as an employee for the two decades preceding the couple’s ownership. CONT. OPP PAGE.


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End of an era at GAVIN’S TIMELINE: (Opp. page) Gavin at his desk & ready for action on the speedway track and (below) Gavin dressed for success during his two years in the Solomon Islands and his trusted team in the early days of Gavin J. McEachern & Associates

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Congratulations Gavin & Vivian McEachern We have had a great association for nearly 40 years Enjoy your retirement

The relationships built over that time is Gavin’s most enduring memory and many long standing clients are now treasured friends and will not be lost to Gavin and Vivian moving forward. “Being an accountant is a very personal thing,” Gavin said. “You are there for people’s ups and downs – you see them at their best

and you go through the worst, like divorce and death. It is not just crunching the numbers and to run a successful practice you need to understand that.” You also need to understand commercial law, tax law and then take all that knowledge and merge it with the wants and needs of your clients.

“...you are there for people’s ups and downs – you see them at their best and you go through the worst...it is not just crunching the numbers and to run a successful practice you need to understand that...” Gavin McEachern

THE NEXT CHAPTER Gavin McEachern has left his legacy in more than capable hands and clients have been, and will continue, to experience business as usual wiith managing partners Amber Dowdy and Nigel Adams at the helm. Amber Dowdy Qualified CPA accountant who holds a practising certificate. Amber has been part of the practice for 18 years. Nigel Adams Qualified CPA accountant who holds a practising certificate. Nigel has been part of the practice for 10 years. Gavin J. McEachern & Associates offer a wide range of Accounting and Taxation services including: • Preparation and lodgement of income tax returns for all entities and individuals • Superannuation Fund administration/ accounting • Business Activity Statements preparation and lodgement • Payroll services/ Workcover/ Payroll Tax • Business set-up, planning and Cash Flow Budgets • Business consultancy/ Estate planning/Retirement

“I wasn’t overly smart at school but I got through and I think what helped me in business is I was an average Joe and I wasn’t a city slicker, I had come off a farm and was able to relate to a wide range of people,” Gavin said. Primary producers, the timber and transport industry formed a fair percentage of his business. “I think I could just talk to them and not down to them and that’s rally what got us through,” Gavin said. “It was all about being down to earth.” Gavin did receive the inevitable offers from metro-based firms but he was determined to keep his practice proudly local. The move to its current Bay Road site was a huge leap of faith that has paid off in spades. “It just made sense, it was central and a prominent location and the building had been on the market for so long that I also got a good price,” Gavin said. “We made it light and fresh inside – we wanted it to be somewhere people wanted to come.” As Gavin looks back at his career the introduction of the GST in 2000 stands out as one of the key landmarks that changed the industry forever. “All of a sudden, people we might have seen once a year, we were seeing them three, four, five times a year,” he said. But regardless of the challenges, Gavin wouldn’t change a thing. “I really did enjoy every minute,“ he said. “Hopefully we have contributed to quite a lot of successful businesses in the region. We have clients that have been with us basically forever and we end up seeing their kids and their kids’ kids. It’s just another example of how important building those personally relationships is. Hopefully I have left a mark somewhere.”” And Gavin has left a mark, not just on the business community but the community at large. He has a long standing, close association with the Borderline Speedway and the Glencoe Football Club and had his time with Rotary as well.

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Multi-million dollar project underway Timberlink & SA Government combine forces for a timber industry revolution The first sod was officially turned at Timberlink’s NeXTimber manufacturing facility at Tarpeena South Australia last week, officially kickstarting the $63 million construction project. Once completed, the state-of-the-art manufacturing plant will occupy a massive 15,000 square metres, large enough to house twelve Olympic sized swimming pools. The project commencement follows a South Australian Government decision to award Timberlink a grant of $2million towards the project for the construction of Australia’s first combined Cross Laminated Timber (CLT) and Glue Laminated Timber (GLT) manufacturing plant, under the Strategic Business Round 2020 of the Government of South Australia’s Regional Growth Fund. NeXTimber CLT & GLT products are set to replace imports and support faster adoption of carbon positive renewable mass timber construction, replacing steel and concrete in mid- and high-rise construction. The commencement of the project is noteworthy, just days after the Australian Government’s Clean Energy Finance Corporation announced $300 million in financing to encourage greater use of cross laminated timber, to make low carbon engineered wood products. The building material of choice to cut

embodied carbon in building projects such as office and apartment towers. Timberlink is committed to product and service excellence and is partnering with world leading equipment and software providers including Kallesoe Machinery A/S, Hans Hundegger AG and hsbcad to place NeXTimber at the forefront of supply capability in the Australian and Oceanic region. The sub ground civils has been completed by GT Bobcats over the past 10 weeks and shortly works will start on the piling with the building completing late this year. Timberlink CEO Ian Tyson said Timberlink had recently completed a major multi dimensioned investment at the Tarpeena mill which largely had completed the timber manufacturing modernisation, creating a world class timber manufacturing facility. “The co-location of a CLT & GLT Plant on the same site makes this facility unique in Australia,” Mr Tyson said. “Timber is the Ultimate Renewable and NeXTimber products provide carbon negative mass timber solutions for building components, that enables a reduction in the embodied carbon in a range of building types. “However, you use NeXTimber, you won’t just be building a building.

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“You’ll be creating a better future.” Minister for Primary Industries and Regional Development David Basham said the combined manufacturing plant woulld boost local timber production and provide an alternative for steel and concrete in mid and high-rise construction”. “Timberlink’s new state-of-the-art manufacturing plant at Tarpeena will be a game-changer for South Australia’s timber industry and it’s very exciting to see construction now underway,” Minister Basham said. “The Marshall Liberal Government is proud to support projects such as this one which stimulate regional economies and most importantly create local jobs. “It’s projects like this which are helping South Australia’s strong economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic leading to us having the lowest unemployment rate in the state’s history. “The new manufacturing plant will provide a commercially viable and carbon-friendly alternative to steel and concrete for construction which is a win-win for South Australia. “It is expected to create more than 180 jobs during construction and on-going and will significantly increase Australian production capability reducing the need to import these products from overseas.” District Council of Grant’s Cr Shirley Little said it was wonderful to see this investment of $63million in the town of Tarpeena with a population of 414 people.

“...Timberlink has created great confidence in the community and supporting ongoing employment...” Cr Shirley Little (District Council of Grant)

“...Timberlink’s new state-of-the-art manufacturing plant at Tarpeena will be a game-changer for South Australia’s timber industry and it’s very exciting to see construction now underway...” David Basham (South Australian Minister for Primary Industries and Regional Development) “Timberlink has created great confidence in the community and supporting ongoing employment,” Cr Little said. Production of the NeXTimber range is scheduled to begin in 2023 with the locally based technical support team ready now to assist customers with planning to use NeXTimber products for future projects.

A total of 27 full-time permanent jobs will be created when the facility opens, rising to 50 at full output. In further exciting news for the South Australia’s forestry sector, South East Pine Sales has unveiled their new automated steam generation plant which will add nearly 1,000m3 of additional capacity. “This is another project in the state’s South East which will boost capacity in our forestry sector, grow the regional economy and create local jobs,” Minister Basham said. “The Marshall Liberal Government was pleased to provide nearly $90,000 from the Regional Growth Fund towards this $300,000 project.” TURNING THE SOD AT TARPEENA: Timberlink’s CEO Ian Tyson breaking ground with South Australian Minister for Primary Industries and Regional Development David Basham MP and District Council of Grant Cr Shirley Little

“...it is expected to create more than 180 jobs during construction and on-going and will significantly increase Australian production capability reducing the need to import these products from overseas...” David Basham (South Australian Minister for Primary Industries and Regional Development)


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Answers - 1. Joe Burrow & Matt Stafford; 2. Christopher Atkins; 3. Five; 4. Tchaikovsky; 5. Siblings; 6. 50; 7. William Hanna and Joseph Barbera; 8. Lilies of the Field; 9. David Littleproud; 10. Tasmania; 11. Cindy Crawford; 12. The Himalayas; 13. 14; 14. 118; 15. Dom Sheed; 16. Manly; 17. Red, white & green; 18. New York; 19. Eight; 20. Three; 21. Madrid; 22. 88; 23. Memphis; 24. Terese Willis; 25. Melbourne; 26. Psalm 119; 27. Brisbane; 28. Dionysus; 29. Gotham City; 30. Love Story; 31. Kerryn Harrington; 32. Jennifer Lawrence; 33. Brooklyn Nets; 34. Arendelle; 35. 7.30; 36. Ben King; 37. Berlin; 38. Giraffe; 39. Femur; 40. Bass Strait

DOWN 1) Advertising eye-catchers 2) Adroit 3) Called into question 4) “ ...___he drove out of sight ... “ 5) Docile creatures 6) Host before Paar and Carson 7) Advil target 8) Getaway spots 9) Barroom elbow-bender 10) Erato’s group 11) Genesis 12) Domesticated animals 15) Make pigtails 17) It may be skipped 18) Wankel’s creation 23) “Stop right there!” 24) All fired up 26) Object of worship 27) King of Siam’s employee 28) “Disgusting!” 29) “Before,” if before 30) Constellation containing Vega 31) Eisenhower opponent 32) Suffix for “Hallow” 33) Tokyo, previously 35) Winery employee 36) Finish in last place 37) Cup part 41) Finished, as a meal 42) Young hogs (Var.) 43) Stereo system of yore 44) Dwarf of folklore 45) Black bird 46) Upscale living quarters, briefly 47) Awaken rudely 48) Acts as a lookout 49) “Heavens to Betsy!” 50) Pulpit of yore 51) Boxer Spinks 54) “Miss Saigon” setting, briefly 55) Healthy vacation spot

1. Who were the two starting quarterbacks in Super Bowl LVI? 2. Who starred opposite Brooke Shields in the 1980 romance drama The Blue Lagoon? 3. How many stars are there on the Chinese flag? 4. The ballet Swan Lake was composed by which Russian composer? 5. What was the relation between Sebastian and viola in Shakespeare’s The Twelfth Night? 6. How many States make up the USA? 7. Who developed the cartoon series of Tom and Jerry? 8. Sidney Poitier was the first black actor to win a best Actor Oscar – it was for his role in which movie? 9. Who is Australia’s Minister for Agriculture? 10. In which Australian State would you be if you were visiting Devonport?

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ACROSS 1) Football part 5) ___ lazuli (blue mineral) 10) Burst open 13) Annoying smell 14) Plain, in Spain 15) “Whale” or “herring” attachment 16) Wide-ranging appeal 19) Withdraw (with “out”) 20) Telltale signs 21) NBA legends Archibald and Thurmond 22) Bouillabaisse cooking vessel 24) Fee for grazing cattle 25) Does and ewes 26) “Curb Your Enthusiasm” star 28) As many as 30) Former Russian leader 31) “What did I tell you!” 34) More than merely owing 38) “ ... Bojangles and___ dance for you” 39) Circulatory trunk 40) Silver State destination 41) English Lit assignment 42) Con’s knife 44) Prepare Parmesan cheese 46) Monster in Greek mythology 49) Related on the mother’s side 50) Arrogant 52) San Francisco’s_ Hill 53) Like a soldier’s gear 56) Prayer finisher 57) Dwelling 58) Big name in cereal 59) Animal lair 60) Pre-stereo recordings 61) Bugs on a hill

BrainTeaser


Saleyards upgrade secures first piece of the funding puzzle Both sides of politics pledge funds for Mount Gambier & District Saleyards redevelopment

Horoscopes

with Sarah Kulkens

ARIES

(March 21- April 20) Lucky Colour: Silver Racing Numbers: 2-3-5-2 Lucky Day: Friday Lotto Numbers: 2-15-26-36-39-22 There could be someone who is willing to pull the wool over your eyes so make sure you are in possession of all the facts. If you feel its not for you keep out of it what ever it is.

TAURUS

(April 21- May 20) Lucky Colour: Red Racing Numbers: 1-6-5-4 Lucky Day: Thursday Lotto Numbers: 1-15-26-34-40-33

Someone from your past or someone you have not seen for a long time could suddenly come back into your life. This could be a good period for making sure that your financial matters are secure.

GEMINI

(May 21- June 21) Lucky Colour: White Racing Numbers: 1-6-7-8 Lucky Day: Wednesday Lotto Numbers: 1-18-29-37-5-44 If planning to gain through gambling try with an Aries friend. During this period many will be selling or buying property and in most instances it will be for profit.

CANCER

(June 22- July 22) Lucky Colour: Blue Racing Numbers: 1-6-5-2 Lucky Day: Friday Lotto Numbers: 1-15-26-34-40-33

It should be a period for good luck for cancer people and many could be getting their wishes. Love life should also go well and many could find the right one during this period.

LEO

(July 23- August 22) Lucky Colour: Lilac Racing Numbers: 2-3-5-2 Lucky Day: Tuesday Lotto Numbers: 2-15-26-34-40-45

For many this is the time for reunions and meetings with old dear friends. Some could be planning trips for the same reason. Financial matters should also improve slightly.

VIRGO

(August 23- September 23) Lucky Colour: Violet Racing Numbers: 2-6-5-9 Lucky Day: Friday Lotto Numbers: 2-15-26-34-40-45 Busy time with business matters and financial dealings but your wits must be with you to make the best of everything. Somehow you could become well known in your area and people come to you for advice.

LIBRA

(September 24- October 23) Lucky Colour: Cream Racing Numbers: 2-3-5-6 Lucky Day: Monday Lotto Numbers: 2-15-24-40-33-36

A looming South Australian election has inadvertently provided some certainty for the Mount Gambier and District Saleyards with both sides of the political fence committing to injecting much needed cash into the facility as it looks to finance a milt-million dollar upgrade. Labor leader Peter Malinauskas announced a $2.7million dollar commitment should the opposition win the 2022 election earlier this month, having visited the facility in a whirlwind stopover at the end of last month. The State Government has now matched that pledge, increasing a previous commitment of $850,000 to that $2.7million mark to what it describes as a ‘significant transformation project, to help grow the local economy and jobs’. The saleyards, wholly owned and managed by the District Council of Grant, are the largest cattle livestock exchange facility in the Limestone Coast region, having facilitated more than $593 million worth of livestock transactions over the past five years. Minister for Primary Industries and Regional Development David Basham (pictured above speaking with saleyards stakeholder and Liberal Candidate for Mount Gambier Ben Hood) said the State Government was pleased

to significantly increase its funding commitment for a comprehensive upgrade and expansion of the Saleyards under the Local Government Infrastructure Partnership Program (LGIPP) from $850,000 to $2.7 million. The State Government funding will be matched by a $3million commitment from the District Council of Grant, which has also applied to the Commonwealth Government for $5.3 million under its Building Better Regions Fund. The District Council of Grant has previously applied for Federal support without success. “We recognise the significant positive contribution the Saleyards make to the local economy and jobs on the Limestone Coast, and we are delighted to be able to further boost our funding to ensure the saleyards attract more of the region’s livestock into the future,” said Minister Basham. “This funding will help ensure the provision of modern, industry standard infrastructure, such as soft flooring for animal welfare and roofing to be installed to improve worker comfort and safety. “We are pleased to be able to work in partnership with the District Council of Grant to deliver an economic boost to the South East and support local jobs. The council applied to the

State Government for the funding under the Local Government Infrastructure Partnership Program, which has been established to support councils accelerate spending on community infrastructure projects that contribute to the future economic growth of the region, or support the Government’s Growth State agenda. The total cost of the revised saleyards project has risen from $5 million to $11 million, taking into account a more complex and detailed project scope, which will not only enhance worker safety and animal wellbeing, but also cater for increased material costs, including roofing steel. There will be construction of a roof over the cattle yards (an area of approximately 13,600 square metres) to cover cattle selling pens and enclose areas to the west and east of the existing weighbridge and construction of a new roof over the existing calf shed. Major new additions: • Demolition and reconfiguration of sale yards increasing yards under cover by 33 yards with improvements to safety, working conditions and animal welfare. • New bitumen ramp area with access from existing saleyard roads. • Access to loading ramps shoulder/intersection widened • New cattle crush with pneumatic operations and scanning capability • Lighting under roof POWERBROKERS: (Left) Liberal Candidte for Mount Gambier Ben Hood facilitate this meeting on January 31 in Adelaide with Grant District Council & saleyards stakeholders with SA Premier Steven Marshall (pictured) & Treasurer Rob Lucas.

More travel than usual and many could make it a long distance trip. Keep away from unsound machinery and electrical appliances and keep your wits about you when dealing in money matters.

SCORPIO

(October 24- November 22) Lucky Colour: Orange Racing Numbers: 1-2-3-5 Lucky Day: Wednesday Lotto Numbers: 1-12-26-9-5-33 Some official or legal dealings should be handled by experts to avoid being sorry afterwards. Keep away from argumentative people and let them have their opinions to themselves.

SAGITTARIUS

Lucky Colour: Green Lucky Day: Monday

(November 23- December 20) Racing Numbers: 1-6-8-9 Lotto Numbers: 1-15-26-34-40-33

You could be asked to do something and it could turn out to be much more than you anticipated, make sure you are not working for nothing. Hae enough rest and keep away from infections.

CAPRICORN

(December 21- January 19) Lucky Colour: Dark Blue Racing Numbers: 5-6-2-3 Lucky Day: Friday Lotto Numbers: 1-12-26-34-39-8 Big changes to you or someone close you could be involved in moving interstate or even overseas. Big celebration is also indicated and most likely at your place or you could be paying for it.

AQUARIUS

(January 20- February 19) Lucky Colour: Red Racing Numbers: 1-6-7-8 Lucky Day: Monday Lotto Numbers: 4-15-26-38-9-33 In unattached you could be meeting up with the right person now. Any friendship or relationship could become very strong and change the people involved a lot, for the better mostly.

PISCES

(February 20- March 20) Lucky Colour: Fawn Racing Numbers: 8-6-2-4 Lucky Day: Saturday Lotto Numbers: 4-12-26-5-33-31 If you have been working hard in the past now is the time to collect. Or there could be a lucky break and you could hit the jackpot. Someone born in the month of May could be instrumental in you gaining something. Kerry Kulkens Psychic Line 1300 727 727 |www.kerrykulkens.com.au (call cost: $5.50 incl GST per min. mob/pay extra)


MY PROPERTY Excellent Grazing Land 65 Acres 420 Caroline Road, Yahl

Beachfront and central luxury accommodation

Apollo Bay

Mount Gambier

Naracoorte

Port Fairy

Robe Jason Malseed is pleased to present 420 Caroline Road, Yahl. This property is set on 64 acres (approx)/ 26.30 hectares (approx). This could be your next tree change with no close neighbours but still in the ideal location of 12 km (approx) East to the Mount Gambier Post Office/CBD. This property will be Auctioned on Saturday the 5th of March 2022 at 12pm (unless sold prior). For more information or to arrange a private inspection contact Jason Malseed 0419 032 795.

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The property features: - Excellent grazing land - Well maintained fencing - Laneway and excellent sizeable cattle yards with water points - Character 3 bedroom home built in 1910 with open plan living, dining and kitchen - Home features a new oven, Extra internet connections (cellfi), Aluminium windows, slow combustion fire - Two large rainwater tanks, wood shed

FAST FACTS AGENT Malseeds Real Estate 1 Wehl Street South, Mt Gambier Jason Malseed 0419 032 795 jason@malseeds.com.au RLA 115 603 PRICE Auction 5th March 12pm (U.S.P) 3

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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

2 Mosswood Close

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$189,000-$205,000 2 1 1 Tastefully remodeled unit in a quality small group. Appealing décor throughout and updated kitchen & bathroom. A stone throw from Tenison Woods College. Leased until 5/5/22 @ $245 p/week. Be quick for this one, you won’t be disappointed.

Stunning neat and tidy two bedroom homette situated in a quiet cul-desac. Open plan living and beautifully updated throughout. Single car garage UMR with internal access.

6 Lorikeet Street

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1/9 Millard Street

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Ben Jeffrey SALES 0417 810 246

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5-7 Anniefield Lane

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A luxurious family home with expansive open plan living. Gorgeous kitchen with stone benchtops, 6 burner gas cooktop, twin dishwashers and great storage. Plenty of shedding and an entertainers delight with in-ground outdoor pool.

3/14 Spehr Street

6 Davis Crescent

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UNDER T CONTRAC $695,000-$750,000 4 2 2 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. Royal Copenhagen Ice Creamery & Café

$270,000 + SAV BUSINESS ONLY 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.

$439,000-$469,000 4 2 2 Deceptively spacious family home. King size master suite and two generous living areas. Well cared for property inside & out. Huge covered entertaining area & rear yard access. Great location close to schools, shops and parklands.

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2-4 Atlantic Street

$820,000 + GST

Workshop

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12 Lake Terrace West

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A rare opportunity to purchase an established industrial premises. Land size approx. 1,719m2, 30m X 25m approx. high clearance workshop, 3 phase power, mezzanine floor, spacious office area. Popular location – ready to work!

8 Shiloh Close

$209,000-$229,000 2 1 1 Situated in a tidy group of three is this lovely brick and tile unit. Open plan kitchen, meals and family with split system. Two queen sized bedrooms both carpeted and with built in robes.

Spacious and solid constructed family home in the popular Blue Lake precinct. Open plan kitchen, dining and living with beautiful timber floors, slow combustion heating and split system. Double car garage UMR with internal access.

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Located in the premier Blue Lake precinct is this beautiful dolomite fronted home. Open plan kitchen and dining opening to rear deck with spectacular views over the city. Master bedroom with ensuite. Split level to second living area.

247 Mount Percy Road, Compton

NEW PRICE

4 Morphett Crescent

21 acres (approx) 3

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The perfect all rounder. Low maintenance brick home in popular Conroe Heights. Quiet cul-de-sac location, 2 living areas, outdoor entertaining & rear yard access. Close to parklands, shops & schools.

RENTALS

$1,250,000-$1,350,000

$499,000-$539,000 3 2 2 A spacious and beautifully appointed family home quietly located in popular St Martins precinct. Quality kitchen. Generous living areas, stunning elevated views, all year outdoor entertaining area, solar panels and 3 toilets. Apply online www.tenantoptions.com.au rentals@gebhardts.com.au Ph 8724 8088

99 Commercial Street West

COMMERCIAL 59 Commercial Street West 99 Commercial Street West

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Suite 2/14 Helen Street, Mount Gambier www.gebhardts.com.au

59 Commercial Street West

We have been busy leasing and our rental department is in need of more rental properties.

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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.

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Commercial $24,000 • Ideal Retail Space • Consisting of open area at front • Four change rooms • Two storage areas, kitchen area and toilet • Rear access to building • Approx. 210m2

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Commercial $27,500 PA • Total floor area approximately 224m2 with main floor space of 162m2 • Large open floor space at front of shop • Two storage areas • Kitchen area with shelving and sink • Separate toilet

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Sale 19 Pinecrest Court, Mt Gambier $429,000 - $459,000 Open by appointment

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40 Boandik Terrace, Mt Gambier 3 Highest & Best Offers by 17th February 2022 Open by appointment

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5 Rivoli Street, Mt Gambier $330,000 - $350,000 Open by appointment

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2 Fairlie Street, Mt Gambier $385,000 - $395,000 Open by appointment

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1 Jade Close, Mt Gambier $399,000 - $429,000 Open by appointment

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Tahlia Gabrielli Principal Sales Executive 0438 883 992

Leearna Roberts Sales Executive 0417 919 330

Alistair Coonan Sales Executive 0422 156 363

Hayley Goodwin Executive Assistant (08) 8724 7405

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Sale

Sale 32 Sycamore Road, Glenburnie E.O.I by 12pm 12th March 2022 Open by appointment

Land

239 Jubilee Highway West, Mt Gambier $999,000 - $1,190,000 Open by appointment

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SE Handy Mix, Mt Gambier $450,000 + GST Open by appointment

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Simply PT, Mt Gambier $120,000 Open by appointment

340 Cafpirco Road, Compton $780,000 - $795,000 Open by appointment

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

Macey Humphries Administration (08) 8724 7405

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27 Powell Street, Mt Gambier $159,000 - $179,000 Open by appointment

Bec Hann Property Management (08) 8724 7405

The Cutting Crew, Mt Gambier Price on Application Open by appointment

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Naturally Well Fitness, Mt Gambier $55,000 Open by appointment

Business

Property of the week Newly completed spacious beach cottage in beautiful Robe.

Sale 31 Southern Ports Highway, Robe Highest & Best Offers Open by appointment

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Ray White Mt Gambier 2A & 2B Mitchell Street Mount Gambier SA 5290 (08) 8724 7405 mtgambier.sa@raywhite.com raywhitemtgambier.com.au RLA 291953

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4 Lily Lane, Robe. Highest & Best by 5pm 18th March 2022 (Unless Sold Prior) Open by appointment

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Located close to Long Beach and less than a 10-minute walk from town and amenities. Entry to a secure garage with high, Colorbond fencing surrounding the property. The master bedroom benefits from large windows, secure blinds, WIR’s and an ensuite bathroom equipped with a rain shower, vanity unit and a toilet. Bedrooms two and three are separated by the main bathroom with a shower, bath, vanity and toilet. The living area, dining space and kitchen offer high ceilings featuring skylights and is furnished with floorboards, secure blinds and a RCAC. The kitchen offers a b/bar, d/washer, a gas cooktop with electric oven and stonelook benchtops. The living room opens onto the pergola. This concreted space is protected by an extension of the main roof and is surrounded by a low maintenance grass garden.


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For sale 16 Byrne Street, Mt Gambier 3 Bed | 1 Bath | 1 Car Highest & Best by 21/02/022 Malcolm Lewis

0429 009 072 malcolm.lewis@elders.com.au

Offers over $290,000

Malcolm Lewis 0429 009 072

200 Commercial Street, Mt Gambier

Damian Venn 0438 904 771

2/17 Shepherdson Road, Mt Gambier

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Malcolm Lewis 0429 009 072

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340 Cafpirco Road, Compton

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Sarah Barney 0407 714 354

77 Clarke Road, OB Flat

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Malcolm Lewis 0429 009 072

280 Jubilee Highway West, Suttontown

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E.O.I Closing 04/03/2022 (Unless Sold Prior)

Sarah Barney 0407 714 354

493 Cafpirco Road, Compton

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Malcolm Lewis 0429 009 072

26/2A Coolabah Street, Mt Gambier

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PAM CARTER

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9 Ba y Roa d , Mou nt G a m bi e r

RLA 62833

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For sale 29 Saint Andrews Drive, Mt Gambier 4 Bed | 2 Bath | 4 Car Highest & Best Offers Sarah Barney

0407 714 354 sarah.barney@elders.com.au

Auction 18/02/2022

Malcolm Lewis 0429 009 072

2/23 Elizabeth Street, Mt Gambier

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For sale 226 Old Boundary Road, Allendale East 463 Acres | 769,240 kL of taking irrigation Auction Thursday 10th March at 11am Damian Venn

0438 904 771 damian.venn@elders.com.au

$245,000

Sarah Barney 0407 714 354

5 Mulga Street, Mt Gambier Rural Sales Representative

Residential Sales Representative

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Real Estate Office Manager

Senior Property Manager

Property Management

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MALCOLM LEWIS

SARAH BARNEY

NAOMI KIESELBACH

CATHERINE MILES

DANIELLE JOHNSTON

PAM CARTER

CHLOE SMITH

9 Ba y Roa d , Mou nt G a m bi e r

RLA 62833

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PROPERTY SPECIALISTS

unlocking dreams A: 22 Sturt Street, Mount Gambier P: 08 8723 3416 www.key2sale.com.au

18 Lasiandra Crescent, Mount Gambier

RLA 282 450

2002/3 Lake Terrace West, Mount Gambier

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NEW > SOLID BRICK & TILE FAMILY HOME

NEW > SECURE EASY CARE LIVING

Spacious solid family home offering an easy to maintain allotment with great street appeal. Inside the home offers 3 bedrooms (all with BIR’s), large open plan central lounge with separate 2nd living room & spacious kitchen/meals area with WI pantry & electric cooking. Conveniently located bathroom to the bedrooms, offering separate shower, bath, laundry & toilet. Extra features include reverse cycle split air conditioning, instant gas HWS, updated power board, plus adjoining double carport with direct access to the home. Currently leased at $285 per week to good tenants until August 2022.

Located on the 2nd floor laid over one level this apartment features an open plan concept living kept comfortable all year round by r/c s/s air-conditioning. Central to the living area is a well-appointed kitchen with a generous amount of cupboard space, stainless steel electric cooking facilities & dishwasher. The great size master bedroom has large WI closet & ensuite. Second & third bedrooms are both queen sized with floor to ceiling BIR’s. There is a huge main bathroom with separate shower & bath, separate toilet & laundry rooms. Complete with a storage locker located in the basement plus a lock up single car garage with auto roller door. Apartment comes fully furnished with a corporate tenant leased until January 2023 returning $400 per week. 3

$340,000-$370,000 Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266 406 CAFPIRCO ROAD, COMPTON

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$315,000-$335,000 Contact Ben Ransom 0400 870 362

$869,000-$929,000

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54 MEYLIN STREET, PORT MACDONNELL

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HIDDEN GEM ON 5 ACRES

COASTAL TREASURE

E.O.I

- Spacious family home with the most amazing outlook over the Compton countryside - Stunning kitchen features soft close drawers, stone bench tops, electric oven, gas cooktop & Frank coffee machine - Overlooking the dining area this space & the lounge are both warmed by wood heating & brand new r/c air conditioning with expansive sliding doors opening onto the sweeping deck - The 5 acres are fenced into one paddock with beautifully landscaped gardens 4 2 3 Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

This is a rare opportunity to secure a two storey home at a very affordable price in this seaside town The home is on an allotment of 502m2 with low maintenance gardens & an abundance of shedding Upstairs you will find the spacious family room, complete with bar & balcony with partial ocean views Downstairs the kitchen/dining/living area with laminate floor boards is well appointed with gas cooking, dishwasher & pantry 3 1 6 Contact Sara McManus 0438 708 281

13 BERTHA STREET, MT GAMBIER

70 BAY ROAD, MT GAMBIER

E.O.I

EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST CLOSING FRIDAY 25TH FEBRUARY 2022 AT 12 NOON (if not sold prior) -

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$939,000-$989,000

HISTORIC FAMILY HOME FILLED WITH CHARACTER AND CHARM

Built in the 1890’s with no expense spared on the grandeur and charm Large striking gloss black kitchen with twin dishwashers & gas cooking plus 2 living/lounge spaces 3 generous sized bedrooms and 2 sleek, contemporary bathrooms Outdoor living is a breeze with a partially enclosed timber deck, outdoor kitchen including gas BBQ, pizza oven & stove top plus gas log fire 3 2 2 Contact Ben Ransom 0400 870 362 or Al Lamond 0418 849 266

Set on a 1821m2 allotment in the prestigious Bay Road Precinct, this historic home is filled with charm & character Built in 1925, this double storey home boasts 5 bedrooms and multiple living areas Entering the property, you are struck by the gorgeous façade amongst sweeping front gardens The open plan kitchen/dining, adjoining sitting room and sundrenched solarium all reveal views of the garden The kitchen provides ample bench and cupboard space for easy mealtimes or cooking for guests 5 2 6 Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

10 GREENRIDGE DR, MT GAMBIER HOUSE & LAND PACKAGE

SOUTHERN BLASTERS, MT GAMBIER

$499,000 1,095m2

- Offering for sale this new House & Land package from well known local builder Hotondo Homes - The “Lansdowne 204” plan offers 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 2 living areas with double car garage - Ready to start construction immediately, once plans are finalised & council approval is received Al Lamond 0418 849 266

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14 STELLA PLACE, MT GAMBIER HOUSE & LAND PACKAGE

$439,000 770m2

- Purchasers have an ideal opportunity to vary the plan, facade or the standard inclusion depending on their requirements in their new home - The Hotondo Homes “Marcoola 209” plan offers 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2 living areas with double car garage Al Lamond 0418 849 266

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- This well established industrial business is an ideal with room for more growth - Located in the popular industrial area at Ritana Road, Mount Gambier - A great opportunity to invest in an established business with an excellent range of plant & equipment, reliable on-going clientele Al Lamond 0418 489 266 BUSINESS

29 STURT ST, MT GAMBIER

E.O.I

- Approximately 257m2 fitted out and ready to work as motor mechanical workshop - Approximately 65m2 additional office and lunchroom space complete with kitchenette & toilet facilities - Option to separate out the space and lease to three separate tenants Al Lamond 0418 849 266 COMMERCIAL


Gail Richards

Al Lamond

Sara McManus

Ben Ransom

Toni Gilmore

Jess Starling

Carolyn Gazzard

Sue Clements

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SALES M: 0409 268 199

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SALES M: 0400 870 362

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9 Henty Street, Mount Gambier

17 North East Terrace, Kalangadoo

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NEW > CUTE AS A BUTTON

NEW > AHH THE COUNTRY LIFE!

Privately tucked away behind manicured hedges is this delightful stone home in a central location. Inside offers three bedrooms all with BIR’s, cosy lounge room with gas log fire, renovated kitchen/dining featuring double oven with overhead mantle and breakfast bar, large bathroom with claw foot bath, shower over bath, vanity & toilet. The huge undercover entertaining area spans the length of the home which overlooks the private back yard. Excellent shedding including a triple length stone garage & workshop with undercover access to the backdoor via the pergola & remote entry roller door. Lots of bonus features including additional garden shed, concrete driveway, new window awnings, r/c split system air conditioning & 2 kW solar system. $295,000-$315,000 Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199 16 TURNBULL DRIVE, WORROLONG

Beyond the picket fence & positioned across from a playground is this three bedroom timber framed home. All three bedrooms contain BIR’s. The updated kitchen features timber cupboards, gas & electric cooking, double sink & s/c wood heater. The separate lounge room features floorboards & gas wall heater. The bathroom contains spa bath, shower recess & toilet plus a separate powder area. There is also the bonus of a separate 2nd toilet. The roof has been replaced in recent years. There is a deck on the Eastern side of the home & can be accessed both internally as well as from both the carport. A 6m x 6m (approx.) garage with concrete floor & power provides a great workshop space. 3

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STUNNING FAMILY HOME - OUTSTANDING GARDEN SETTING

- Set amongst immaculate gardens, this quality family residence could be your next dream home - Offering multiple living and entertaining zones as well as 4 bedrooms, office and studio apartment, this solid brick home has room for the whole family - A generous open plan kitchen, meals and living area with a substantial kitchen - Spacious outdoor entertaining area, complete with water feature and fishpond 5 3 5 Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199 27 JUBILEE HIGHWAY WEST, MT GAMBIER

$949,000-$1,039,000

HISTORIC FAMILY HOME WITH ENDLESS PERIOD CHARM

- 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 25 ELDRIDGE DRIVE, WORROLONG

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$559,000-$649,000

- Set on a 4,040m2 allotment, there are well established gardens with fruit trees, vegetable patch, 45,000L of rainwater, 3 kW 16 Panel Solar system & a newly constructed Colorbond garage - The brick home is ideal for the growing family and includes 2 living areas, 2 bathrooms, modern kitchen with dishwasher & electric appliances, s/s air conditioning & slow combustion heating - Private outdoor entertaining area & single garage UMR 4 2 4 Contact Sara McManus 0438 708 281

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AN OUTSTANDING COUNTRY LIFESTYLE AWAITS YOU...

Huge family home set on 27.6 acres of prime volcanic soils in the Moorak district Large kitchen provides electric cooktop and wall mounted oven, plenty of bench space & storage Timber ceilings create a true country feel and the multiple windows fill the rooms with light Generous, decked entertaining area by the large adjoining indoor pool and spa There is so much to love about this amazing lifestyle property! 5 3 Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199 or Al Lamond 0418 849 266

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Burke Drive, Mt Gambier Large 4 bedroom, 2 bath, 2 car, brand new family home close to hospital.

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

SERVICING THE GREATER LIMESTONE COAST + WESTERN VICTORIA

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Jason 0419 032 795

193 Mt Gambier Road, Millicent Highest & Best by 5pm the 14th Feb 2022

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Lot 52 Church Street, Pt MacDonnell $230,000

4/54 Jubilee Hwy West, Mt Gambier $130,000 - $135,000

Courtney 8724 9999

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Jade 0421 383 368

Lot 1 Glenelg Highway, Wannon Highest & Best by 23rd Feb (U.S.P)

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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

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IDEAL INVESTMENT OR FIRST HOME OPPORTUNITY

Green Triangle Real Estate are pleased to present for sale 11 Lawson Street, Mount Gambier, the ideal first home or investment property. This neatly presented family home is situated on a sizeable 1091m2 allotment, has been freshly painted throughout with new floor coverings, leaving only a few small jobs for the purchaser to add their own touch. The home comprises 3 good sized bedrooms, Dine in kitchen with gas cooking, spacious lounge with gas heating, bathroom with a shower over the bath, and a separate toilet off the laundry area. Outside features include a shed with cement and power, room for two cars and a workshop, the undercover area at the rear of the home will provide the perfect location to enjoy a BBQ with family and friends. Looking for an investment property? Approximate rental return for this property is $300 per week or purchase your very own home for a fantastic price in a very competitive market.

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LIFESTYLE PROPERTY ON 20 ACRES

A rare opportunity to purchase a charming cottage style home with 20 acres on the outskirts of Mount Gambier. The home is nestled amongst a tranquil setting of trees and shrubs and is set back from the road offering a serene country setting. Features of the home include a timber kitchen with gas cooking, separate dining area, spacious lounge with wood heating and R/C A/C. The large bedroom includes an ensuite with shower, toilet, vanity, built-in wardrobes, R/C A/C with a sliding door to a sheltered garden area for your enjoyment. A second toilet & basin exists within the cottage. A bonus extra living area with two bedrooms, a bathroom with bath, shower and toilet is attached to the rear of the garage to provide a separate living space for a teenager, parent, visitors or even a sewing/craft room or man cave. Outside features include a double car garage with cement and power, a carport between the main home and the second living space, cattle ramp, bore and rainwater, two gas hot water services, solar panels, ponds, a fernery, established gardens, a variety of trees & fruit trees, a woodshed and numerous out buildings.

176 AVONDALE ROAD, TARPEENA

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

AUCTION 280 ACRES FARMING LAND

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IN THE PT MACDONNELL & CONMURRA MANAGEMENT AREAS

IN THE DONOVANS, MOORAK & GLENBURNIE MANAGEMENT AREAS

Contact our office on 8723 6866

Contact our office on 8723 6866

280 ACRES

The property will be auctioned on Friday 4th March 2022 at the Wandilo Hall 11AM. A rare opportunity exists to purchase 280 acres of Late redgum country, held within the same farming family for decades. The 113.3ha (280 acre) property is located at 176 Avondale Road, Tarpeena and offers over 60 scattered redgum trees, is fenced into 5 main paddocks and is watered by 1 windmill and tank & 1 solar pump and tank. Other features include 2 barb and 5 plain wire fencing in good repair, cattle yards and ramp and 2 unequipped irrigation bores. For more information & an inspection of the property please contact Chris Manser on 0417 414 127.


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Cross Border Couriers EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST • Business for sale servicing the South East of South Australia & Western Victoria • Well established and currently operating by owner & 2 staff members • Operating 5 days per week with weekends off • Includes vehicles & extensive client base • Can be purchased as a whole or split into 2 businesses • If you are motivated and prepared to offer quality service to your clients then this business may be for you. • For further information & a confidential chat call Allen Smith 0419 869 854

Goods & Chattels $66,000 WIWO SECONDHAND FURNITURE BUSINESS BE YOUR OWN BOSS

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Well established drive through site 3 main sheds with under cover racking Strong returns and trading 5 days per week Includes all plant and equipment Suit single operator or partnership

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• Established in 1986 • Buying and selling secondhand furniture and homewares • Includes stock, shelving & display cabinets, plant & equipment, customised utility & trailer • Owners selling due to retirement • Priced at $66,000 WIWO incl GST • Be Quick

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RURAL RUNDOWN Spray drift reminder for primary producers Farmers encouraged to be good neighbours as the spraying season ramps up Producers are being reminded to consider not only their immediate neighbours but the potential for spray drift damage well away from their property when planning spraying operations in coming weeks. Manager, Rural Chemicals Operations at the Department of Primary Industries and Regions (PIRSA), Michael McManus said recent rain events across the north, west and central areas of the state will prompt a need for increased weed control activity. “Even before this rain activity, PIRSA had been receiving reports of spray drift damage to vines particularly from the Clare Valley and Barossa,” Mr McManus said. “PIRSA, along with the Clare Valley Wine and Grape Association and Grain Producers SA, is concerned the damage was caused by a very small number of broadacre farmers spraying without considering best practice procedures, including conducting operations during inversion weather conditions. “Unfortunately, there is the potential for spray drift to occur quite some distance away from

the original site making it easy for producers to overlook such risks. It is why all farmers, not just those near grape growing areas, should heed the warnings and be vigilant about safe spraying operations. “Following this latest rain event, we expect there will be further ongoing and significant amount of summer spraying occurring in coming weeks using Group 4 herbicides, including 2,4-D to which grapevines are particularly sensitive. “With the amount of spraying likely to take place, diligence will be required when planning and applying sprays to ensure no spray drift occurs. “This includes ensuring spray

applications are performed strictly according to label requirements and using the larger droplet size. “It is also vital that the right chemical is selected and weather conditions are closely monitored and deemed appropriate for the proposed activity. With the mesonet system in the Mid North, Riverland and Mallee providing real time weather observations there is no excuse for spraying in unsuitable weather conditions.” Mr McManus said in coming weeks PIRSA will conduct field monitoring operations along with chemical user audits and investigations of reported spray drift incidents. Regulatory action will be taken when noncompliance is identified. “Anyone found to have deliberately or negligently caused damage to other properties by not following the regulatory requirements for agricultural chemical use can receive a maximum penalty of $35,000 per offence,” he said. “These penalties reflect the seriousness of not following mandatory label instructions.” Grain Producers SA (GPSA) Chief

Executive Officer Brad Perry said it is important grain growers adhere to the industry endorsed Code of Practice for Summer Weed Control. “We understand the importance of maximising the effectiveness of spray applications while minimising any unforeseen risks and that’s why GPSA has an ongoing campaign encouraging growers to ‘Hit Your Target’,” Mr Perry said. “Off-target damage has been an issue in viticultural and horticultural areas, with damage to vines during periods of summer weed control of particular concern. “Our industry is always about continual improvement and we must raise awareness of best practices. Through the ‘Hit Your Target’ campaign we are encouraging communities of growers to work together to minimise the risk of spray drift.” Clare Valley Wine & Grape Association Executive Officer Anna Baum said while there has already been some off-target damage, particularly to young vines, ensuring no further damage occurs leading into vintage is crucial. “We ask all farmers to take

particular care over the next few weeks. The vintage is going to be a late one this year, so there is likely to be fruit on the vine until the end of April,” Ms Baum said. “Some farmers don’t realise how far spray can drift during inversion conditions and how widespread the damage can be. Grape vines in all corners of the valley have been hit hard in the last couple of weeks. “Farmers 50km from the Clare Valley would be surprised to think off-target spray from their properties could potentially end up in a Clare Valley vineyard.” For information on best practice chemical use, including the industry endorsed Code of Practice for Summer Weed Control visit www.pir.sa.gov.au/chemicalbest-practice More information on the Hit Your Target campaign can be found at www.grainproducerssa.com.au/ project/environment-sustainabilitysafety/#hityourtarget If there are incidents of spray drift people are encouraged to report to the Agricultural and Veterinary Chemicals Hotline on 1300 799 684.


RURAL RUNDOWN Yard covers are a smart investment It’s all about protecting you, your stock & your equipment So, you’re looking at investing in a cattle yard cover and weighing up the benefits of the investment. We get it. We talk to cattle producers every week about this much-debated topic. In this blog, we share with you the real benefits we’ve seen from current customers who have invested in a Spanlift Yard Cover. In implementing a yard cover, you’re not just protecting yourself and your stock – you’re also ensuring your equipment is out of the elements. Imagine not having to lug heavy cattle scales in and out each time you need them? Or having a central space in the middle of your yard where all your equipment and drenches are within reach. There are jobs that can’t wait such as sending cattle to market, scanning and preg testing. How

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about getting the job done when it suits you? And not when the yards dry out or when it’s cooled down? Sounds pretty good, doesn’t it? Let’s break down the three main benefits our customers gained from their Spanlift Yard Cover: How are yard covers helping to reduce stress and positively impact animal welfare? Much like us, stress to cattle can be debilitating and hinder productivity and we’ve seen this take a few forms. Working your cattle under a yard cover can improve their welfare, and what this term talks to is the animal’s physical and mental state. It’s no secret that our Aussie climate can leave us sweating under a scorching sun one month and shivering in cold winds and showers another. Protection from these elements can have a great impact on cattle’s welfare and overall performance. After being exposed to extreme weather conditions cattle can respond to heat stress in some alarming ways: ● Reducing and even stopping food consumption - to decrease rumen heat production ● Heavily sweating and panting ● Drooling At Spanlift our design team makes sure we tick the boxes that can provide optimal conditions for your cattle, keeping their welfare in check. Improved yard working conditions leading to a more productive and happier team on the ground A truly effective cover shouldn’t just protect from the elements but also utilise them. That’s why Spanlift assesses the prominent direction of incoming weather and accommodates ventilation throughout the Yard Cover. This means that despite being protected from the elements your staff and cattle alike can operate in cool and optimal conditions. In both protecting from and utilising the elements, the option to work your stock year-round is on the

table – promoting productivity and improved yard conditions. When it comes to manufacturing the team at Spanlift is experienced in designing and building over existing pens or yards which means minimal disruption when building your Yard Cover. The end result being a structure that offers minimal shadowing around this transport area – reducing the fear factor within your cattle and facilitating a more seamless transition. Additionally, our design team can allocate extra height in truck access areas making sure all aspects of accessibility are considered. This combination can allow for livestock to stay under these Yard Covers overnight, eliminating the tedious task of transporting your stock – providing free time that can be allocated to other pressing matters. Evading these tedious tasks is sure to make yourself and your ground team a whole lot happier. Economic gains and time savings The financial gain of Yard Covers doesn’t end with improved performance and efficiency. Installing Yard Cover can reap major rewards like: ● Investing in infrastructure like Yard Covers can boost the value of your property ● Improved lifespan of your

Hamilton Market Report SHEEP & LAMBS WEDNESDAY Hamilton agents yarded 13,021 lambs this week back 10,640 on the previous week’s offering with the majority of the offering being shorn. The quality was from excellent to plain with less weight being on offer. Processers showed a distinct preference for shorn lambs. There were some lambs in the wool showing dryness in the skin. A near full field of buyers were active with more urgency last week and restocking competition was stronger. The lighter weight lambs back to the paddock were $10 stronger and all other categories to the trade firm to $5/head dearer in places. Light lambs 12 to 16kg made from $137 to $169/head most of these returning to the paddock. Trade lambs 18 to 22kg made from $150 to $180/head averaging around 820c to 900/kg cwt. Medium trade lambs 22 to 26 kg made from $170 to $216/head averaging around 820 to 860/kg cwt Heavy lambs over 26 kg made to $255/head and Hoggetts to $185/head.

yards, protecting them from harsh conditions ● The implementation of round columns deters serious injury if cattle are to collide ● Establishing a yard cover prevents transporting your cattle through extreme weather conditions to Central Gate Yards for selling. This can mean that your cattle evade the wet and muddy

conditions and presents more appealing to potential buyers ● Collecting significant amounts of rainwater – calculate how much rainwater your collecting from your shed here Get in touch with one of our friendly professionals today on 1300 234 321 or check out our website and inquire about a cattle yard cover!

Hamilton Market Report SHEEP & LAMBS THURSDAY At Hamilton agents yarded 10,150 sheep where quality varied from very good to plain with most weights and grades available. Majority of the yarding being good to medium trade sheep. The regular field of buyers were in attendance and most were fully active in a market that was dearer by $10 to $15/head for the light sheep with the medium and extra heavy sheep firm. However some wethers showed a softer trend mainly due to quality on offer. Heavy Xbred ewes made to $190/head with the well covered merino ewes making between $136 and $180/head to average 520c to 580c/kg cwt. Merino Wethers made from $125 to $175/head to average between 550c and 600 c/kg cwt. Terminal sires sold to $80 to $105/head for Merinos. Hoggets sold to a top of $146/head.

Mount Gambier Market Report SHEEP & LAMBS Numbers remained steady as agents yarded 1321 lambs and 168 sheep to total 1489 head overall. These sold to the usual field of trade and processor buyers with a small number of active restockers last week. Quality was mixed with a wide range of type and weight on offer as the market sold from firm to easier rates last week. Light lambs to the trade made from $154 to $165 with the lightweight trade 2 and 3 score types making from $158 to $175/head. Restockers sourced lambs to grow on from $128 to $165/head. Trade weight 3 score lambs returned from $164 to $188 to mainly range from 800c to 820c/kg cwt. Heavy lambs were scarce as they ranged from $188 to the market high of $220/head. Hoggets sold to $120 with the light sheep making from $86 to $114/ head. Heavy sheep made from $118 to $145 as a solitary wether returned $165 and rams ranged from $32 to $90/head.


RURAL RUNDOWN It is all about sire power at Boonaroo When Boonaroo purchased Lawsons Charlie they knew there was something special about him and there is no doubt his progeny prove that so head to their 2022 sale Mount Gambier Market Report CATTLE

Without doubt, he has bred the most outstanding, consistent line of bulls and heifers we have ever produced at Boonaroo. Phenotypically perfect, soft, deep, with superb structure and an amazing temperament. Twenty of these outstanding Charlie sons will feature in the sale. That’s not to overlook the other sale sires that have also produced exceptional lines of cattle bred to perform in today’s modern highly intensive grass finishing systems. Prime Katapault sons are high yielding with body shape, depth and trait leading calving ease. Hard Hat Nebraska is in the top 3% for calving ease and 600 day growth, both sires have produced versatile sons suitable for either a heifer joining or over the cow herd. 2021 has seen Boonaroo calve down 500 stud cows and join 530 females, and seen further investment in a new walking sire and semen in the world’s best sires. Boonaroo will offer 130 Angus bulls in our 2022 18th Angus production sale. As 2021 comes to a close, we

have seen record prices across all facets of the red meat industry with an ongoing swing in the industry to grass finishing driven by consumer demand, at Boonaroo we have been concentrating on this for a long time. The need for cattle to respond to the feed on offer is paramount to being able to finish calves and get females back in calf. When we started breeding Angus cattle back in 2003 we concentrated on structure and phenotype, retaining females which could thrive in our sandy soils, with good feet and a good temperament being number 1. We have focused heavily on fat cover and muscling in our breeding program, combining these two traits to produce cattle which can be run at higher stocking rates without losing their ability to finish and be fertile. The injection of New Zealand genetics into our cow herd over multiple generations endures we produce a robust, sound and deep-bodied line of bulls, and our dedication to performance

recording creates performance predictability. As we developed our breeding herd, New Zealand genetics played a key role, with their impeccable structure and natural ability to do on grass. As we fine tuned our breeding we concentrated on making the cattle easy care, by breeding calving ease females without compromising growth and fertility, we aim to maximise muscling while still retaining some fat cover to enable grass finishing at any time of the year. Over half of the 2022 sale group are “curve benders”, bulls which offer calving ease without compromising growth and quality. Sires we use boast perfect hoof shape, growth without losing softness and finishing ability and exceptional temperament. We hope that you have the opportunity to join us for our sale on Friday, February 18, at Boonaroo at 11.30am EST. Inspections will begin from 9.30am.

Naracoorte Market Report - CATTLE Numbers eased as agents yarded 899 head of liveweight and open auction cattle. These sold to a slightly smaller field of trade and processor buyers, along with the usual feeders and restockers. Quality dipped a little on the previous week’s sale, with less of the supplementary fed lots coming forward with the market being mixed in price. Insufficient vealers came forward to provide a quote. Yearling steers to the trade ranged from 464c to 525c, to be from firm to 20c better in places with similar heifers making from 440c to 522c/kg. Feeders sought steers from 450c to 602c, and heifers from 450c to 552c/kg. Restockers operated on steers from 500c to 594c, and on the heifers from 490c to 568c/kg. Grown steers and bullocks to the trade lost up to 18c, as they returned from 420c to 488c, with feeder activity from 448c to 468c/kg. Grown heifers to the trade lost 15c, as they ranged from 342c to 478c, with feeder support from 345c to 458c/kg. A single pen of FrIesian manufacturing steers made to 320c/kg. Heavy weight cows bucked the easier trend, as they jumped in price by 20c, to range from 326c to 358c/ kg. The light weight types sold to 290c, as strong feeder activity took most of the light weight lots from 264c to 376c/kg. Heavy weight bulls ranged from 290c to 355c, with lighter pens reaching a high of 512c/kg.

Numbers eased a little as agents yarded 1263 head of liveweight and open auction cattle. These sold to a slightly smaller field of trade and processor buyers with feeders and restockers also present and active over the offering. Quality was good with some large weights on offer in the bullock pens as the market mainly sold from firm to slightly better in price. Vealer steers to the trade remained firm in price as they made from 520c to 562c with similar heifers making from 520c to 595c/kg. Feeder orders sought steers from 470c to 590c/kg. Yearling steers to the trade made from 474c to 545c with similar heifers making from 376c to 536c/kg. Feeders were active here on steers from 440c to 577c and heifers from 360c to 505c/kg. Grown steers and bullocks ranged from 375c to 473c to the trade as they ranged from firm to 3c easier in price with feeder activity from 430c to 483c/kg. Grown heifers made from 338c to 460c with feeder activity from 338c to 437c as manufacturing steers ranged from 310c to 350c/kg. Heavy cows lifted 3c as they made from 310c to 348c with lighter types making from 255c to 285c as feeders were active from 270c to 344c/kg. Bulls ranged from 275c to 318c/kg.

Naracoorte Market Report SHEEP & LAMBS Numbers eased a little as agents yarded less lambs but more sheep last week with 4437 lambs and 1440 sheep combining to total 5877 head overall. These sold to a slightly smaller field of trade and processor buyers along with a number of active restockers. Quality was very mixed with something to suit all orders with both markets selling to easier rates than the previous week. Light lambs to the trade made from $92 to $165 with the lightweight trade 2 and 3 scores reaching $173/head. Restockers sourced light Merino lambs from $96 to $135 with light crossbreds making from $60 to $150 with those with better conditioning making from $164 to $177/ head. Trade weight 3 score lambs made from $176 to $191 with a fall of $3/head with most sales here from 800c to 850c/kg cwt. Heavy lambs ranged from $188 to $222 with a fall of up to $5 as the extra heavy lots returned from $219 to the market high of $260/head. Hoggets made from $140 to $163 as light sheep returned from $48 to $99/head. Medium weighted sheep ranged from $108 to $130 as heavy pens sold from $144 to $176/head. Wethers made from $148 to $204 as rams ranged from $50 to $150/head.

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hurt. I care about old people and people in our community that are immuno-compromised. Yeah I’ve had my booster. I loved it.” If they’re not telling you about it, then they’re posting it on their social media. Pictures of themselves with inspirational quotes encouraging others to do the right thing. And I’m saying they, but I wasn’t immune to this, pardon the pun. I’m not a huge poster on social media but felt compelled to put this post onto Twitter immediately after having my COVID booster shot. “Just got boosted. I can feel the juice coursing through my veins. My super COVID fighting abilities are clearly kicking in. I am fighting the urge to grab the fronts of my shirt and rip it off. I can’t guarantee I won’t run through a wall at some stage today. I feel amazing.” I didn’t need some Medicare government app. I was going to let the world know I was immunised, and that I thought it had given me superpowers. Likewise people who aren’t vaccinated are pretty keen to tell you about it. In fact they’re likely to be chanting about not being vaccinated, while marching down a street carrying placards and talking about how the government have been abducted and replaced by aliens who want to poison us and eat our flesh. I’m pretty confident you won’t find an anti-vaxxer who will try to convince you that they’re vaccinated. They want

you to know that you’re a sheep and you don’t realise you’ve been injected with unborn foetuses. No need for an app. Going back to this idea that I might have developed superpowers since I got vaccinated, I’ve discovered that I now have a catchphrase. Since I’ve identified my catchphrase, I’ve also realised how much catchphrases are a part of my family. I’ve written previously about my father’s catchphrase. It went, “Keep your feet on the mat,” and was uttered every time I ever got in a car with him. Every. Single. Time. My mother actually has two catchphrases. One was, “Put that bloody thing down!” which was yelled in an aggressive manner every time my father pointed a camera or video camera her way. The second one was, “Are you able to come and bail me out?” and she didn’t say it in the figurative way of can you help me with a problem, but in the way of, I’m in jail, could you bail me out? But back to my catchphrase. I’ve found myself repeatedly saying the phrase, “Stop touching that.” In our COVID infested

world I spend every second that I’m out of my house with my children trying to convince them that everything around them is potentially going to infect and kill them and they should not touch anything. I’m sure that in twenty years they’re going to be telling funny stories about their father’s two year (or three; please not four of five) paranoia about catching a life-threatening illness. For them it will be part of the good old days. Interestingly my little son Lebron also seems to have developed a catchphrase, as if he thinks he’s my sidekick. I say, “Stop touching that,” and he responds bravely with, “I was just looking.” That boy’s fingers seem to have supervision sensors in their tips. And he is constantly using them for looking. Amazing. I obviously follow up with my lesser known catchphrase, “Look with your eyes, not your fingers.” As if all those superhero

catchphrases aren’t enough, my eldest son Shaquille has also developed his own catchphrase recently, thankfully not COVID related. It comes with a very clever lead in each time, before delivering the big finisher. Shaquille is a twelve year old and has reached that age where he thinks he needs a mobile phone. He’s got no-one to call. He doesn’t go out by himself. His parents are reliable and drop him places and then pick him up at the appropriate time. There is absolutely no need for a phone. When I discuss why he needs a phone, he responds with playing games. Quite obviously this has not convinced me of the need to purchase one for him. Anyway his catchphrase emerges like this. Something comes up in the course of normal conversation. “What’s the weather today? I’ll check my phone…wait a minute. I don’t have one.” Or, “How old is Shaquille O’Neal? I’ll check my phone…wait a minute. I don’t have one.” I think he thinks we’ll get sick of hearing him say, “I’ll check my phone…wait a minute. I don’t have one,” and buy a phone, but so far it’s having exactly the opposite effect. I find it highly entertaining and will be keeping him without a phone as long as possible so I can continue to enjoy it. If you think you have superpowers, or a superhero catchphrase, email me at robbietansel@gmail.com

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

TV FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18

FRIDAY FEBRUARY 18

SBS

SBS VICELAND

SBS MOVIES

NITV

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

SEVEN SA

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

GO

7MATE

SBS VICELAND

7TWO

PEACH

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

GEM

SBS

BOLD

NINE SA

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7TWO

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SBS MOVIES

BOLD

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

PEACH

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

Classifications: (G) General, (PG) Parental Guidance, (M) Mature Audiences, (MA15+) Mature Audience Over 15 Years[s] Subtitles, Consumer Advice: (d) drug references, (s) sexual references or sex scenes (h) horror, (l) language, (mp) medical procedures, (n) nudity, (v) violence


TV SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19

SATURDAY FEBRUARY 19

NINE SA

SEVEN SA

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ABC NEWS

TEN SA

ABC

SBS

SBS VICELAND

SBS MOVIES

NITV

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

GEM

GO

7MATE

7TWO

BOLD

PEACH

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

TV SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 20

SUNDAY FEBRUARY 20

NINE SA

SEVEN SA

TEN SA

ABC

SBS

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

ABC TV PLUS

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

ABC NEWS

GEM

GO

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

7MATE

SBS VICELAND

SBS MOVIES

NITV

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

7TWO

BOLD

PEACH

EGG HH)F@(H%68=FDH#CD=CA8H E;G HH F:C8CB6DH&@B8@?1DH EGG HH%B1FH.=B--CA8H EGG HH9@C3FDH H9F(F@:+H EDCFH E;G HH%B1FH.=B--CA8H !E;G HH F:C8CB6DH&@B8@?1DH %C::DHEDCFH E;G HH :+1-C*H$CA>F@H EGG HH 6>H H5=FH9:6FHEDCFH EDCFH !EGG HH5=FH9C8H9?A8H5=FB@+H EDCFH ?1FDH9FC CA8H2G22H E;G HH76D>@?:C? DH9FD>H EGG HH5=FH B*>B@DHEDCFH E;G HH,FC8= B6@DHEDCFH "C(F H 9?* +?@3DHEDCFH EGG HH%F?:>=+H%B1FDH <GE;GHH597H <GEGGHH76D>@?:C?AH#CD=CA8H <GEGGHH 3H7A3H ?@FA DH 76D>@?:C?H /=?1-CBAD=C-DHEDCFH F*C-FDH#B@H.6**FDDH E;G HH9BA3CH FD*6FHEDCFH <2EGGHH5=FH)C33:FHEDCFH <<EGGHH AH5=FH#:+HEDCFH <<EGGHH D*?-FH5BH5=FH <GEGGHH H#CD=H.611F@H.F@CFDH <2E;GHH9?D F> ?::EH A=<:?A9G "BA-4B3G+:4?7G% 3G <<E;GHH.>F-H 6>DC3FH$C>=H /B6A>@+H <GE;GHH FF:H7*>CBAHEDCFH 07B9A<7BG B@>G2G &?6:H96@>HEDCFH <2EGGHH5=FH B@ D=C@FH F>H <<EGGHH D*?-FH#CD=CA8H$C>=H ,A<@?>G6A<)A?>G "<2B H <2E;GHH7#"H$B1FA DEH+:4?7G 2E<4 HH)+H B?3H5BH 5HEDCFH 3GCBB9:?-G2G 73(FA>6@FH <<E;GHH FD>CA?>CBAH FDDF@>H 2E;G HH9?D F> ?::EH A=<:?A9G "BA-4B3G+:4?7G% 3G @B(A?=9BG "<2B H 2E'4 HH @F?>H76D>@?:C?AH <2E;GHH.*B@-CBAHEDCFH ;B9 :4@?BG ?<=B7G2G 2E;G HH7#"H$B1FA DEH+:4?7G BB@D>F-H 2E;G HH.A?-H%?--+H G$@BA B@>G "<2B H 3G$@<> A?BG2G 'E<4 HH)B(CFEH.54)B@(A?G 3G ;EGG HH#BB> ?::EH0T"BA-4BG 'E;G HH5=FH)C33:FHEDCFH ;B9 :4@?BG "<2B H 68BG 4B>=G :@GDBA&B/G :(B?3G+:4?7G% 3G 4EGG HH#@CFA3DEH68BG'?BG 'E;G HH.>F-H 6>DC3FH$C>=H EDCFGE1 FG5=A@>3G ;B9 :4@?BG,<=#G2G 8B@BG68B#1@BG )G099G &?6:H96@>HEDCFH ,8@<>=:)8B@G+BB2BH 5#7?B#G ,G "<2B G <-8= G68BG'?BG 8B@BG 4EGG HH :+1-C*H$CA>F@H EGG HH B8H&?>@B:HEDCFH 4E;G HH$=?> DH -H B0AH +:><=AG <B>GEDCFH ?1FDH9FC CA8H2G22H !EGG HH9B@3F@H.F*6@C>+H H A3F@H EGG HH5=FH9C8H9?A8H5=FB@+H "C(F H 76D>@?:C? DH#@BA>H"CAFH EGG HH9BA3CH FD*6FHEDCGH EDCFH !EGG HH&?0AH.>?@DHEDCFH EDCFH !E;G HH,/ .HE;G2FH E;G HH#@CFA3DHEDCFH !E;G HH)B(CFEH.6B@(<?A=:@3G E;G HH ?C:@B?3H76D>@?:C?H E24 HH,/ .EH"BDH7A8F:FDH <2EGGHH%B1FH.=B--CA8H A@ G A=B/GE;0% FG EDCFH E;G2FH <E;G HH)B(CFEH.% G0-A<?/G E1% FG5=A@>3G"<?7AG E;G HH)C8=>+H5@?CADHEDCFH <2E<GHH)B(CFEH.% G5=@:?-/G EDCFGE1 FG5=A@>3G A&G !A(<9=:?H <GE;GHH @F?>H.*FAC*H ?C:0?+H E;0% FGE1% FG5=A@>3G @:?H <GEG4HH)B(CFEG. GC4?>/GG B6@AF+DHEDCFH ,8@<>G!B(> :@=8*G ;E;G HH5=FH9C8H9?A8H5=FB@+H E;G9*?*2FGE1% FG5=A@>3G <<E<GHH/B?D>?:H ?C:0?+DH ;<&8AB9G58A??:?*G DA49AGDA==:? $C>=H 6:CFH$?:>F@DH ;<&8AB9GDBNA EDCF

Classifications: (G) General, (PG) Parental Guidance, (M) Mature Audiences, (MA15+) Mature Audience Over 15 Years[s] Subtitles, Consumer Advice: (d) drug references, (s) sexual references or sex scenes (h) horror, (l) language, (mp) medical procedures, (n) nudity, (v) violence


TV MONDAY, FEBRUARY 21

MONDAY FEBRUARY 21

NINE SA

SEVEN SA

TEN SA

ABC

SBS

SBS VICELAND

SBS MOVIES

NITV

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ABC TV PLUS

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7MATE

7TWO

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

BOLD

PEACH

EGG HH%B1FH.=B--CA8H EGG HH9?D F> ?::EH A=<:?A9G EGG HH#BB> ?::EH >4 4G =BGG "BA-4B3G+:4?7G% 3G 0T"BA-4B3G+:4?7G% 3G 07B9A<7BG B@>G2G ;B9 :4@?BG <&=:@#G2G ,A<@?>G6A<)A?>G ,B?=@A9G,:A>=G +B)9A# H ;A@<?B@>G +B)9A# H EGG HH#@CFA3DHEDCFH <GE;GGG 7 GEDCFGG <GEGGHH5=FH)C33:FHEDCFH <<E;GGG/=FF@DGEDCFGG <<E;GHH.FCA F:3HEDCFH <2EGGHH,/ .HE;G2FH <2EGGHH5=CDH DH DHEDCFH <EGG HH"?0H H @3F@EH. HH <EGG HH,?A*+H @F0HEDCFH E;G2FH 2EGG HH)B1HEDCFH 2EGG HH$?: F@ H5F ?DH ?A8F@H ;EGG HH5=FH CA8H H 6FFADH EDCFH EDCFH ;EGG HH/=FF@DHEDCFH 'EGG HH9F* F@HEDCFH ;E;G HH ? FH7A3H5=FH 4EGG HH#@?DCF@HEDCFH #?>1?AHEDCFH EGG HH#@CFA3DHEDCFH 'E;G HH C?8ABDCDH)6@3F@H E;G HH,FC8= B6@DHEDCFH EDCFH !EGG HH#@CFA3DHEDCFH 4E;G HH 7 HEDCFH EGG HH5=FH9C8H9?A8H5=FB@+H !E;G HH,/ .HE;FH EDCFH <GE2GHH#BB> ?::EH >4 4G =BGG E;G HH.FCA F:3HEDCFH 0T"BA-4BG!<-89<-8=>H <<EGGHH)B1HE;G7*>FH <<E2GHH,/ .EH,F0H @:F?ADH <2EGGHH%B1FH.=B--CA8H E;G2FH <E;G HH5=FH"?>FH.=B0H$C>=H <2E<4HH%B1FH.=B--CA8H .>F-=FAH/B: F@>HH 2E<4 HH' H%B6@DHE;FH EDCFH ;E<4 HH"7 DH#CAFD>HE;0% FH ;E;G HH A3F@*B(F@H 'E<G HH$?: F@ H5F ?DH ?A8F@H C@: @CFA3DHE;FH EDCF 'E;G HH%B1FH.=B--CA8

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Quality & Compliance Technician Based at Mount Gambier Full Time OneFortyOne is looking for a Quality & Compliance Technician to join the Jubilee Sawmill. The Quality & Compliance team forms a crucial link between the technical, quality and process control functions across the sawmill. In this hands-on role you’ll be working alongside production team members in a manufacturing environment, testing and grading timber products, and developing a complete understanding of solid timber processing and quality assurance techniques

2 tbsp olive oil 1 medium red onion, thinly sliced 1 large red capsicum, coarsely chopped 300g (11/2 cups) long grain rice 30g sachet taco seasoning 1 barbecue chicken, skin and bones discarded, meat chopped 750ml (3 cups) Massel Chicken Style Liquid Stock 375g jar mild thick and chunky salsa 300g (3 cups) pre-grated pizza cheese 200g (3/4 cup) sour cream, stirred 250g cherry tomatoes, quartered 1 avocado, coarsely chopped 2 green shallots, thinly sliced Method Preheat oven to 210C/190C fan forced. Grease an 8 cup capacity baking dish. Heat 1 tablespoon of oil in large frying pan over high heat. Add the onion and capsicum. Cook, stirring, for 4-5 minutes or until the onions have softened. Add the rice. Cook for 1-2 minutes. Sprinkle over taco seasoning. Stir to combine. Remove from heat. Add the the chicken, stock, salsa and 200g (2 cups) of cheese. Pour mixture into the prepared baking dish. Dollop over sour cream. Sprinkle with remaining 1 cup of cheese. Cover with foil and bake for 30-35 minutes or until golden and most of the liquid has been absorbed. Remove foil for the last 5 minutes of cooking. Set aside to cool slightly for 10 minutes. Serve topped with tomatoes, avocado and shallot.

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Have your say on sprucing up Lucindale Time to finalise designs for masterplan The creation of new Lucindale Town Entrance Statements is a Lucindale Masterplan priority project, and the Lucindale Masterplan Centenary Park Working Group would like your help to finalise the designs. The Lucindale Masterplan Centenary Park Working Group comprising Lucindale community members and Elected Members from Naracoorte Lucindale Council - has been steering the project and has come up with four design options for the new Town Entrance Statements for Lucindale’s eastern,

western and southern entrances. All designs connect to the context of the Lucindale region by using locally-sourced limestone and feature the area’s signature Yakka in rusted steel/corten. The limestone structures will be the same for all three new Town Entrance Statements, but the Working Group wants your help to work out the best option for the ‘Lucindale’ township lettering design on them, which will also be created using rusted steel/corten. All four lettering designs feature upper and lower case lettering in

different fonts that have a high readibility. You can view the four options and then vote for your preferred option in the quick poll on council’s website. Hard copies of the poll are available from the Lucindale Council Offices. The quick poll will close at 5pm on Friday, March 4. The new Lucindale Town Entrance Statements will be in addition to the existing Town Entrance Statements. PHOTO COURTESY OF CHAPEL STUDIO PHOTOGRAPHY

Doing it for the kids Children’s & Community Precinct one step closer Southern Grampians Shire Council has endorsed the design for the eagerly anticipated Hamilton Botanic Garden Children’s and Community Precinct last week. Council received funding from the State Government in 2019 under the ‘Growing Victoria’s Botanical Gardens grant program’ (GVBG) to develop a design, heritage planning and scoping for the Children’s Garden and Community Precinct. This precinct is a key component of the Hamilton Botanic Gardens Master Plan 2015 that seeks to link the former animal enclosure with the new flight aviary, Curators Cottage and with the remaining gardens. Southern Grampians Shire Council Mayor Bruach Colliton said the design endorsement from council paves the way for an exciting intergenerational project. “The development of this space has been a high priority of council,” Mayor Colliton said.”It will rejuvenate and ultimately maximise the potential of a long unused area and to build upon a cherished landmark of this region. “The project has been designed with families of all ages in mind and will importantly create a space where visitors can gather, explore and enjoy different play and interactive experiences including a grassland maze, lawn area, water

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play, water cascade and falls. “Throughout the process, we have consulted with Traditional Owners and heritage experts, landscape experts and artists. “This input has helped finalise a design to capture the interests of children, provide natural play elements and tell the story of the zoological displays while respecting the heritage design of the existing gardens. “The design creates pockets of natural elements for children to play, imagine and explore the history of zoological displays in the garden through artwork and sculptures. “Community engagement has been extensive on this project with

over 200 responses received from community members. “We are now thrilled to be able to make this a reality for the people of our Shire and their families. “This design has really been a labour of love for council staff, Friends of the Gardens and countless others, and is a testament to how widely appreciated our gardens are locally and further afield.” The next stage of the project involves lodgement of a heritage permit application with Heritage Victoria and a planning permit, and advocating for funding opportunities to assist in the construction and delivery of the space.

Wellbeing program returns to the Town Hall By popular demand, Yoga in the Hall is back. The program will return to the Naracoorte Town Hall at 10-11am on Sunday mornings from February 20 to April 10. Classes will be just $2 and everyone is welcome. Yoga mats will be available or you can bring your own. For more information head to Naracoorte Luncindale Council’s website and to book, email wellbeing@nlc.sa.gov.au Yoga in the Hall is an initiative of the Naracoorte Lucindale Wellbeing Program, which is a joint project between Naracoorte Lucindale Council and Wellbeing SA.

Petition now in Federal hands Federal Member for Barker Tony Pasin (pictured below left) returned to Federal Parliament in Canberra last week and true to his word, presented a 2600 signature petition, facilitated by Liberal Candidate for Mount Gambier Ben Hood to Federal Health Minister Greg Hunt (pictured below right). The petition requests that Mount Gambier become one of 24 locations around the country to be home to a ‘Head to Health’ satellite centre to service the mental health needs of the Limestone Coast community. As part of a major mental health reform, the Federal Coalition Government is creating a national network of multidisciplinary mental health treatment centres for adults, youth and children to contribute to addressing the ‘missing middle’ service gap. Through the 2021-22 Budget, the Government has provided $487.2 gillion for the initial establishment of 8 new Head to Health adult mental health centres and 24 satellite centres, and ongoing funding for the 8 currently funded centres. Head to Health centres and satellites are designed to provide a welcoming, low stigma, soft entry point to engagement, assessment and treatment for people who may be experiencing distress or crisis.

Head to Health is also intended to offer immediate, short and medium term episodes of care and service navigation to connect people to ongoing services. It will assist adults seeking help in times of crisis, or as needs emerge, to have access to on-the-spot care, advice and support provided by mental health professionals – without needing a prior appointment. “Much like the Headspace model, Head to Health sites are intended to complement, not replace or duplicate, mental health services already provided in the community,” Mr Pasin said. “The community have sent me a clear message that they want me to fight for a Head to Health site for Mount Gambier and I’m very happy to do so. “Mental health is an issue that will impact everyone at one time or another. Giving the community the services required to tackle these individual issues when they arise will make for a happier, healthier Limestone Coast community. The flow on benefits of that are immeasurable.” Accompanying the 2600 signatures were a number of letters of support from Limestone Coast community organisations. Mr Pasin said while the Federal Government had committed to funding the initial 40 sites, he hoped their success would lead to expanded rollout of the network and further opportunities for more locations to be added in coming years. “If Head to Health becomes as successful as headspace I’d love to see sites rolled out across communities in Barker,” he said.


Help is at hand SPORT for landholders Warriors Blue hang onto Landscape SA Limestone Coast officers lend their expertise slim finals hopes MT GAMBIER

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Landscaope SA Limestone Coast has officer located across the region and are on hand to help landholders control declared pest plants and animals by providing: · Advice such as best practice control methods and timing of control · Bait supply and equipment to assist with your fox and rabbit control program · Publications and factsheets Landholders can contact their local Landscape Officer for pest control advice by calling the offices in Mount Gambier on (08)8735 1204 or Keith on (08)8755 1620. HERE TO HELP: Kym, Team Leader for Northern Landscape Operation (above top) and Deb, Team Leader for Southern Landscape Operations (above bottom)

Corcordes United overcame both COVID and their opposition in Wanderers on Saturday, taking the win despite missing pitcher Dana Jones and key playmaker Codie Jackway. Wanderers welcomed back Em Hart and Leanne Little, and both reached base in an opening innings which saw Wanderers score three as Montanna Millard looked to find the strike zone. Concordes replied with two, thanks to RBIs from Hannah Taylor and Bec Von Duve, who shone with the bat recording three hits on the day. Lily Clifford-Finch placed a perfect hit to the vacant right field area for a triple to open the second innings for Wanderers, and was scored along with Hart, bringing Wanderers to five runs, however this was the end of their scoring as Millard tightened the screws as the game progressed, wracking up five strikeouts after a slow start. Concordes kicked into gear in the final innings, with consecutive hits, including a triple to Millard, a double to Taylor, and singles to both Von Duve and Amber Lindquist piling on eight runs to end the game 14-5, despite the match being very tight for all bar about 10 minutes of playing time. Rej Smith pitched accurately all game for Wanderers but couldn’t stop the hot bats of Concordes, who are hoping to secure a top two finish to get a double chance in the finals. League champion Smith from Wanderers backed up in the heat by throwing every innings of their double header, showing pure grit and determination, and also scoring one of her team’s two runs for the day via a clinical double to left in the first. Em Hart was scored having previously lined a triple to centre which scored speedster Fiona Finch. Apart from Lily Clifford-Finch’s single in the fifth, that was all she wrote for Wanderers batters against Leyna Bruggemann pitching for the Blues side. Easily the best play of the day went to Jasmine Disselbach who executed a fabulous 9-3 and anyone who was watching would have thought it was a grand final with the excitement generated. It was categorically manifested as Blues were talking about Skylea Tindall’s recent 9-3 as they walked out on the field and the very next play was all Disselbach at right. She also smashed a ball to short, surprising even herself, after having legged out a single to third base. Disselbach’s crisp high fives lifted the Blues’ energy, along with the supportive cheering of Elly Hogben and McLean in the outfield.

McLean added another cracking single to her season tally, along with the smiling assassin and the level headed leader of the Blues Melissa Chuck, she is on fire with the bat and dominating RBIs. Jarvo Queale had a day out with the bat, an early shot looked destined for the home run fence but found the left field line meaning Queale had to run out two bases. She later showed her supreme speed by running out an infield single followed by jinxing herself in the field. As the team sprinted out at a snail’s pace to defend in the last dig, Queale commented that she was yet to field a ball and thankfully she remembered to use her glove when Finch nailed a line drive for the last out of the game. Vicki Taylor was calm and composed at second base for Blues, making two key plays and getting on base each time she came up to bat with three BBs. Daena Wombwell also had patient at bats picking two walks while catching in the heat. Bec White found the middle of the ball, smashing one up the middle for an RBI. Bruggemann (pictured) was relieved to have regained the skill to catch a fly ball while striking out six hitters in five innings. as her team picked up a rare win - 10-2. Blues need to win most, if not all, of their remaining matches to have a chance at making the finals while Wanderers remain well and truly

alive in the finals hunt. Similarly affected by player outs, Concordes United fell to a spirited Demons outfit 7-1 in the final match of the weekend. Demons took their opportunities with both hands and deserved the win, producing enough hits against the fill in pitchers of Sam Brown and Jo Hopgood to get the runs on the board. Concordes could not get anything at all going with the bat, and apart from two hits to Linda Dodds and, doubles to Brown and Maddie Bowd they didn’t trouble the scorer much. This was mostly due to the excellent pitching of Jordi Gower, catching of Bree Ridding and fielding of Cody Manning, who were all excellent all game. Despite their frustrations Concordes won’t worry too much about the result, and will look forward to getting their players back and rebounding in their last two games before the finals. RESULTS Concordes United 14 (H Taylor, B Von Duve 3, L McCallum, M Sutherland, M Millard, A Lindquist) d Wanderers 5 (L Clifford-Finch, E Hart, F Finch, L Little); Demons 7 (C Manning 2, B Ridding) d Concordes White (L Dodds 2, S Brown, M Bowd); Warriors Blue 10 (A Queale 2, M Chuck, S McLean, J Disselbach) d Wanderers 2 (L Clifford-Finch, E Hart, R Smith) Warriors White v Warriors Blue postponed to next weekend


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Big scores the highlight of cricket round Batters finetune ahead of the 2021-22 Mount Gambier & District Cricket finals RESULTS (TWO DAY FIXTURES) BARBER SHIELD Mil Lel v West Gambier West Gambier 1st innings 137 (S, Willis 44; J. DeJong 26; K. Chapman 16; N. Walters 3/41; M. Little 3/27; J. Miller 2/34) Mil Lel 1st innings 158 (J. Miller 52; T. Carpenter 30; K. Chapman 4/33; J. DeJong 2/19; S. Willis 2/31) West Gambier 2nd innings 9/146 (S, Willis 32; T. Hill 25; S. Coxon 22no.; L. Gibbs 2/45; M. Little 2/23; D. Williamson 2/22) Mil Lel won on 1st innings by 21 runs. North Sportsman’s v Penola Penola 1st innings 131 (G. Kidman 35; L. Jones 31; J. Mullan 28; M. Johnston 3/28; M. Robinson 2/18; I. Mulraney 2/32) North Sportsman’s 1st innings 90 (M. Lewis 21; J. Schutz, J. McConnell 17; L. Jones 4/28; C. Slabber 2/14) Penola 2nd innings 2/140 (J. Mullan 101no.; J. Schulz 16; E. Fisher 2/45) Penola won on 1st innings by 41 runs East Gambier v South Gambier South Gambier 1st innings 100 (C. Jorgenson 31; D. Loupos 24; K. Thomson 6/34; T. Younghusband 2/7; B. Hentschke 2/16) East Gambier 1st innings 78 (B. hentschke 18; E. Marks 15; R. Drenthen 5/22; J. Opie 3/40) South Gambier 2nd innings 1-6 (D. Loupos 70; E. Marks 5/17; K. Thomson 3/34) East Gambier 2nd innings 2/83 (D. Stratford 43no.; L. Von Duve 20; R. Drenthen 2/29) South Gambier won on 1st innings by 22 runs. CROUCH SHIELD Glencoe v South Gambier Glencoe won on forfeit West Gambier v Kongorong Kongorong 1ts innings 123 (J. Tully 64; A. Maidment 27; J. Cornolo 3/2-; S. DeJong 3/15; L. Brown 2/37; C. Biddle 2/23) West Gambeir 1st innings 9/199 (N. Easterbrook 68; J. Cornolo 51; L. Rothall 46; A. Maidment 3/46; M. Maidment 3/48) Kongorong 2nd innings 116 (J. Tully 44; A. Maidment 35; C. Galpin 4/8; J. Cornolo 2/12) West Gambier won on 1st innings by 76 runs Penola v Yahl Yahl 1st innings 182 (N. Brown 52; S. White 39; J. Sanders 20; E. Hunter 4/28; D. McNicol 2/41; D. Walker 2/39) Penola 1st innings 341 (B. Merrett 185; D. Wenham 56; E. Hunter 40; J. Foggo 28; A. Milich 3/42; B. Gaffney 2/24; J. Moody 2/84) Yahl 2nd innings 154 (N. Brown 51; J. Sanders 42; J. Moody 37; E. Hunter 2/0; G. Merrett 2/23; J. Foggo 2/53) Penola won outright by five runs East Gambier v North Sportsman’s East Gambier 1st innings 5/269dec. (D. Whitehorn 105no.; P. Kerr 88; A. Schultz 20;) North Sportrsman’s 1st innings 158

(K. Badman 108no.; T. Madigan 23; N. Gore 4/66; A. Creasey 3/18) East Gambier won on 1st innings by 114 runs Gambier Central v Mil Lel Mil Lel 1st innings 260 (S. Megaw 65; T. McInerney 49; J. Taylor 33; C. Megaw 26; D. Lock 5/47; B. Barker 3/56) Gambier Central 1st innings 4/43 NO UP TO DATE DETAILS OR RESULT AVAILABLE COX BROS SHIELD Kalangadoo v North Sportsman’s Kalangadoo 1st innings 169 (S. Casey 26; R. Keeley 25; B. Newton 24; A. Stone 20; D. Poyner 3/47; S. Fisher 3/33; M. Walters 3/41) North Sportsman’s 1st innings 4/75 NO UP TO DATE DETAILS OR RESULT AVAILABLE Tarpeena v Mil Lel Mil Lel 1st innings 319 (S. Radley 123; A. Virtanen 29; W. Lawson 58; B. Lawson 27; J. Haggett 20; J. Brueker 4/39) Tarpeena 1st innings 111 (S. Just 42; B// Just 24; T. Grigg 3/23; J. Haggett 2/15; H. Smith 2/20; B. Hann 2/15) Mil lel 2nd innings 2/22 Mil Lel won on 1st innings by 208 runs Gambier Central v Glencoe Gambier Central 1st innings 6/272 (J. Risely 71; S. McCourt 48; L. Rainey 43; J. Brown 40no.; R. May 28; T. McGrath 2/53; C. Dale 2/29) Glencoe 1st innings 148 (D. Evans 36; M. McGrath 35; I. Freebairn 22; M. Haase 21; J. Risely 3/32; S. McCourt 2/23; C. King 2/40; J.

Brown 2/14) Gambier central 2nd innings 4/74 (J. Brown 44; J. Thomas 14no.; T. McGrath 2/2) Gambier Central won on 1st innings by 124 runs O’DONOHUE SHIELD Penola/Millicent (2)v South Gambier Penola/Millicent (2) 1st innings 6/150 (A. Lindner 36; O. Fitzgerald 24; K. Gibson 23; B. Rowe 21no.; Z. Shanks 2/13) South Gambier 1st innings 9/135 (J. Sims 34no.; J. Salmon 24no.; N. Maxwell 15; E. Hunter 5/27) Penola/Millicent (2) won on 1st innings by 15 runs East/North Gambeir v Mil Lel East/North Gambier 1st innings 129 (H. Fisher 34; W. Graetz 29; L. Richards 26; T. Dinnison 4/3) Mil Lel 1st innings 5/212 (A. Virtanen 62; T. Dinnison 37; B. Pfitzner 25; J. Leishman 21; A. Clarke 3/29) Mil Lel won on 1st innings by 83 runs HALL TROPHY (TWO DAY FIXTURES – DAY ONE) West Gambier v East/North Gambier West Gambier 1st innings 9/142 (J. Geary 47no.; L. Scott 20; R. Lucas 2/14; E. Hunt 2/11; J. MacKenzie 2/7; A. DAS 2/17) East/North Gambier 1st innings 45 (E. Hunt 10no./; T. Rothall 3/5; N. Fox 2/1) West Gambier 2nd innings 4/18 A. DAS 2/3) West Gambier won on 1st innings

by 97 runs Penola/Naracoorte v Millicent Penola/Naracoorte 1st innings 126 (R. Clarke 35; N. Bald 28; M. Hateley 20; A. Lindner 2/15; M. Hunt 2/14; T. Lawlor 2/4) Millicent 1st innings 8/127 (C. Bevan 35ret,; A. Lindner 17; I. Chambers 16no.; C. Hateley 13; N. Bald 2/12) Millicent won on 1st innings by one run SIMS SHIELD Millicent v Mount Burr Millicent 1st innings 8/182 (R. Lindner 55no.; O. Nicholls 33no.; P. Dildig 14; H. Baker 2/30) Mount Burr 1st innings 7/112 (H. Baker 18; C. Bromley 14no.; K. Bromley 12no.; P. Freebairn 12; C. Gibson 2/17) Millicent won on 1st innings by 70 runs Penola v South Gambier Maroon South Gambier Maroon 1st innings 6/117 (J. Geary 46ret.; J. McClure 32no.; S. Tucker 2/9; J. Manninen 2/0 Penola 1st innings 4/73 (W. harris 10ret.; J. Clayfield 2/6) South Gambier Maroon won on 1st innings by 44 runs Mil Lel v Glencoe Mil Lel 1st innings 123 (T. Virtanen 33ret.; H. Virtanen 18ret.; T. Fiegert 14) Glencoe 1st innings 8/112 (K. price 30no.; H. Gordon 28) Mil Lel won on 1st innings by 11 runs South Gambier White v East

Gambier South Gambier White 6/166 (P. Sigley 29ret.; S. McBain 28ret.; H. Kentish 26; S. Morello 18no.; C. Feetom 17; N. Clark 2/9; H. Clark 2/18) East Gambier 1st innings 37 (P. Sigley 2/1; L. Fritsche 2/11) South Gambier White won on 1st innings by 129 runs West Gambier v Gambier Central West Gambier 1st innings 3/83 Gambier Central 1st innings 59 West Gambier won on 1st innings by 24 runs North Sportsman’s v Kongorong North Sportsman’s 147 (N. Chalindara 17no.; X. Liddle 15; L. Hotham 14; E. Barry 11; J. Whitty 2/25) Kongorong 1st innings 7/120 (R. Angelino 38ret.; J. EWhitty ret.; Z. Angelino 10ret.; X. Liddle 2/16) North Sportsman’s won on 1st innings by 27 runs

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South East shining on the State stage Four players set to don the tri-colours at upcoming national championships South East netballers continue to make their mark on the State and national stage, with an impressive four players hailing from the region recently named in the South Australian 17 & Under and 19 & Under State teams set to compete at this year’s national championships in Hobart from April 19-24. The past two national championships have fallen victim to COVID with last year’s event cancelled right on the eve of the planned under age event. Hatherleigh’s Lacey Haines and Millicent’s Annelise Janssen have both been named as part of the 17 & Under line-up, while West Gambier’s Sarah Ritter and Millicent’s Lucy Denton, who was vice captain of last year’s 17 & Under team, have been named in the 19 & Under team. Lucy has been a long time State representative but missed out on competing as a 17 & Under player courtesy of the past two national championships being shelved, while Sarah, Annelise and Lacey are all suiting up in the tri colours for the first time. Sarah was a reserve player in last year’s 17 & Under team. The quartet are following in the footsteps of the likes of Sienna Allen, Nyah Allen, Jordyn Adams and Molly Watson, who have been part of national championships winning South Australian teams. South Australia will enter the 2022 national championships as defending champions in both age groups.

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Lacey Haines (pictured right) can’t really remember a time she wasn’t around a netball court and now she has taken one of the most significant steps on her netball career with her debut State selection. “After many years of sitting on the sideline watching I was able to play my first game for Hatherleigh in 2013, I was 7 years old,” Lacey said. “I decided to get involved because mum was always around a netball court, either playing, coaching, or training and I watched her all the time and wished one day I could be as good as her.” Lacey’s mother is Sarah Faulkner, the hard running, tenacious Hatherleigh mid courter, who has also been part of a SA Country Championships winning senior

line-up for the Mid South East Netball Association and Lacey has that work rate and tenacity of her mother. The talented goaler and mid courter, who has spent most of her career at the Eagles playing out of age group, has followed the usual pathways for South East netball talent, representing the Mid South East in all its under age teams at the SA Country Championships and also taking advantage of the now defunct South East Regional Netball Academy program that saw the four South East netball association’s best talent combine for player development sessions at the annual Academy Games. “Playing at country champs and academy has help me develop as a player a lot,” Lacey said. “Being able to play at a higher standard and experience different coaches along the way.”

“...I decided to get involved because mum was always around a netball court, either playing, coaching, or training and I watched her all the time and wished one day I could be as good as her...” Lacey Haines And it was also through the Academy Games that Lacey came to the attention of the powers-that-be in South Australia’s elite pathway. “In 2021 I was selected from the academy games to trial at State level and I made the State development squad,” Lacey said. “I then trained weekly and enjoyed it thoroughly. This then led to me trialling again this year and I am very excited to if made the final team.” Lacey has also moved to Adelaide to attend specialist netball school Henley High School this year but she is well aware how important her grounding at the Hatherleigh Netball Club and in this region has been. “Throughout my younger years mum was a big influence in my netball career,” Lacey said. “Through the years I have had many coaches and they have all helped me on my netball journey but as I grew older Kerrie Lee Bromley at Hatherleigh Netball Club and Jane Gould through academy for many years have helped me develop into the player I am today.” The chance to play senior netball with the Eagles has also played a role in arguably fast tracking Lacey’s development as an elite talent.

“...I have been playing netball for Millicent since I was nine, and I got involved to make friends and meet new people, but also to make sure I had a sport that would keep me fit and healthy...” Annelise Janssen

“...I was playing with more experienced players around me and playing against stronger bodies and that made me work harder and pushed me to be better...” Lacey Haines “Playing at a senior level at such a young age has definitely helped my development as a player as I was playing with more experienced players around me and playing against stronger bodies and that made me work harder and pushed me to be better,” she said. Already a multiple premiership player in junior grades; a recipient of a number of individual accolades at club and association level and those opportunities representing the Mid South East Netball Association and training with and representing the South East Regional Netball Academy have all moulded Lacey as she looks to take her netball to the highest level possible. And while her natural talent, strong work ethic and willingness to learn are all driving Lacey, it is, at its heart, her passion for the sport. “What I enjoy most about playing netball is having the challenge of a different opponents each time I step on court and also making new friends.”

ANNELISE JANSSEN

Representing South Australia is not a foreign concept for Annelis (pictured left), who did spend a couple of years in the SA Country basketball system but in the end, netball has won her heart and her rise from a nine year old debutante to a State representative at 15 has been quite meteoric. “I have been playing netball for Millicent since I was nine, and I got involved to make friends and meet new people, but also to make sure I had a sport that would keep me fit and healthy,” Annelise said, who has also dabbled in tennis and swimming. “Although I represented my State for country basketball when I was 13 and 14, the tight-knit community and people of netball made it my favourite sport.” Playing at the Millicent Netball Club has certainly helped as well and Annelise has not only had a slew of on court premiership success with the Saints, but also had access to some amazing coaches and mentors.


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“...with COVID being more under control this year I believe we definitely have a better chance of getting over to Tassie and play which makes me so excited and happy...” Lucy Denton “Paige and Hannah Nitschke were the first to play me in goal shooter, and Donna Denton continued their efforts improving me into 13As and beyond,” Annelise said. “Her support is vital in making the sport and community my happy place and something I hope to enjoy for years to come.” Annelise admits when she first stepped onto a netball court, playing an the elite level was not on her radar.

“If my younger self was told I would be representing South Australia as a 15-year-old, I would’ve laughed in disbelief as discovering a netball career was only a dream which started becoming reality at the beginning of last year but I am super thankful for my support system and for never giving up on my dreams and goals,” she said. “I am super grateful for everything that’s come my way, and although there have

“...If my younger self was told I would be representing South Australia as a 15-year-old, I would’ve laughed in disbelief...” Annelise Janssen

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been hardships, my family and Donna herself, told me to keep putting in and keep trying and keep trialling - because you never know where you end up.” And Annelise has ended up as a South Australian State player also thanks to the recently revamped Academy program. She started in the program as a 13-year-old and with three years now under her belt, her game has progressed to a new level. “My coach for SE Academy, Jane Gould, supported me on and off court when I was a part of this program and helped improve my netball to great lengths,” she said. It is also how Annelise attracted the attention of State selectors. “The state coaches pick country girls to trial and they picked people who they thought had potential to be coached and improved,” Annelise said. “I was

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one of six girls selected from the South East area and multiple more from across the State including metropolitan teams. I was told that I made the squad at the beginning of December, and since then have had three training trials to separate the State team from the development team. It has been an incredible opportunity that I have embraced as I know it can take my netball along a pathway eventuating in being seen by Suncorp Super Netball and national selectors at the National Championships.” Like so many regionally based junior players, the opportunity to test themselves in senior grades has also helped Annelise become a strong player. “Another amazing opportunity was when I got to take the court as an A Reserve player for Millicent last year and this was an excellent

challenge and really allowed me to grow as a player and get excited for every Saturday clash of the season,” she said. Of course, behind every elite young athlete is a supportive family and Annelise is acutely aware of the role her parents have played in her young netball career. “Mum and Dad were huge influencers on my netball and all sport since I was young,” Annelise said. “They told me from a young age to embrace any opportunity and allow myself to be challenged. They reminded me that my development in sport would be later and to not give up, because there were knock backs and disappointments. They told me to practice shooting goals when I only ever played goalkeeper because you might get the opportunity to shoot one day and they prompt me that I can physically match it with the mature girls, and to remember to harness the mental toughness and physical strength necessary to better the opposition in the circle. They support me on and off the court and organise me to trainings in Adelaide every Sunday which I am very thankful for.” It also helps that Annelise clearly loves the game and everything it offers. “I enjoy the physical and mental challenge of netball,” she said. “I love playing against tough mature bodies that make me work hard, and I love the pace of the game, and how you must think about your next move and adapt to different types of play and players. But being a part of a team is the best part, and you get to be a part of a community that is supportive and encouraging.”

LUCY DENTON

Lucy (pictured above left) has already been part of a national championship winning South Australian netball team when she represented SA at the Under 15 Schoolgirls National Championships. The past two years have been frustrating for the rising star with both her opportunities to represent South Australia at 17 & Under level snatched away by COVID. “It has been devastating that I haven’t been able to go away and play for SA especially having to do so much travel for training and then not to have the opportunity to go away with the team and play against every other State,” Lucy said. CONT. OVERLEAF


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“...I’ve been very lucky with the friendships I have made over the years with netball but I am super excited to be able to share being selected in the team with a fellow South East girl...” Lucy Denton FROM PREVIOUS PAGE “With COVID being more under control this year I believe we definitely have a better chance of getting over to Tassie and play which makes me so excited and happy.” Lucy already has such an impressive resume that includes premiership at 13, 15 & 17 & Under level as well as being an A Grade premiership player for her beloved Saints. She also has a trophy cabinet full of Western Border Netball Association individual awards, winning association best & fairest awards in every junior age group and in 2021 she was selected in the Western Border Team of the Year. Lucy has also had success as a Western Border representative player – winning multiple SA Country Championships at all three under age levels and she will now be sharing the court again with a fellow Western Border player with her 17 & Under championship winning team mate Sarah Ritter making her State debut alongside Lucy. “I’ve been very lucky with the friendships I have made over the years with netball but I am super excited to be able to share being selected in the team with a fellow South East girl,” Lucy said. “I’ve only played with Sarah during the country champs for Western Border so I’m looking forward to getting to play with her more and to represent our State together.” At least the travel time will be much shorter for State training this year with Lucy having relocated to Adelaide to start her tertiary study – she is studying a Bachelor of Early Childhood Education at Uni SA. Mind you, State training is not all that is on the agenda for Lucy, who will be basically living and breathing the sport in 2022. “I have signed with Garville Netball Club for the 2022 season and was selected in the Premier League squad,” Lucy said. “I am currently training with SASI (South Australian Sports Institute) at the moment but will start to train with Garville in March. From now the State team is training every Sunday up until nationals as a team, and during the week I train with SASI Monday to Friday with three weight sessions and two court work sessions.”

SARAH RITTER

Sarah Ritter (pictured top right on previous page isn’t often lost for words but after having got so close in 2021, to finally be selected in a South Australian State netball team did render her speechless. “I can’t even describe how exciting it is, I have worked so hard for this, and I can’t believe everything has paid off,” Sarah said. “When the teams were announced I had to check the list twice

because I didn’t believe my name was there. It will be such a good experience for my career, and I can’t wait to go away.” But after nine years of playing the sport she loves, her dream of presenting her State has come true. “I got involved because my Mum, Aunty and Gran played growing up, so I wanted to try it out and play as well,” Sarah said. “Some of my friends were also playing so I didn’t want to miss out and wanted to play as well. I ended up loving the game and have played it ever since. I love how competitive it is as I am a competitive person and I love playing alongside some of my closest friends and building new relationships with people I don’t know.” Family was her reason for getting involved in the sport in the first place and they have been front and centre every step of the way on her development.

“...growing up playing netball at West Gambier, she has been someone who has always inspired me and I’m super lucky to have such a great bond with her on and off the court...” Sarah Ritter “My parents have always supported me through everything no matter what, all the driving hours they have done taking me to tournaments, games and trainings and especially all the money they have spent on me to allow me to play the sport I love and to let me continue that,” Sarah said. “I wouldn’t be where I am today without them. They push me to be the best player I am and if something goes wrong, they encourage me to pick myself up and keep going. I cannot thank them enough.” Sarah also loved playing alongside her sister Jade in A Grade last season – the first time the two had teamed up in senior company. She has also benefitted from learning from one of the best goalers to every play in the Western Border Netball Association – her West Gambier team mate Lisa McGregor. “If I message her about wanting to do extra training sessions, if I want a weights program or anything else she always puts her time in, and I couldn’t thank her enough,” Sarah said. “She also pushes me to be the best player I can, and I know I can go to her for help if I need it. Growing up playing netball at West Gambier, she has been someone who has always inspired me and I’m super lucky to have such a great bond with her on and off the court.”

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Lower South East Hockey Association looking to attract more youngsters to the sport The Lower South East Hockey Association will this year be running a brand new introduction to hockey program for juniors - Hookin2Hockey. The five week program, commencing on February 25, aims to introduce new players to the sport and give juniors and parents alike the chance to trial hockey and be introduced to clubs before the season commences. All equipment is provided by the league, with players only requiring their own mouth guard to participate. Junior co-ordinator Ali Shephard hopes to see the junior competition thrive this year after a couple of tough years due to COVID disruptions. “Lower South East hockey, like all sports, has had to face many challenges throughout the pandemic, but we have managed to maintain our junior competition every year, even playing a 10 round season for the kids in 2020 when most other sports were cancelled,” she said. “In 2022 our renewed focus is building our junior grades up again, being both under 12s and under 15s, and we look forward to welcoming as many new players as we can through this great new initiative”. Participants will benefit from the best junior coaches in the league and will have the opportunity learn everything from the basic skills for beginners through to match play and more advanced drills for those that have had some previous experience. Hookin2Hockey is just $35 for five sessions, which will be run on Friday nights from 5-6pm on the turf. Hockey SA and LSEHA are hoping to break down the perception that hockey is an expensive sport, with league president Lochie Nisbet noting that with the use of sports vouchers, most kids can play a whole season of Under 12s for as little as $10-$20, with no weekly match fees, no spectator fees, and with clubs providing full uniforms as well. LSEHA also recognises and accommodates the kids that also play netball and football, scheduling junior competitions at times that avoid clashes so that kids can try both sports in their junior years. At the conclusion of Hookin2Hockey the league is hoping to also run Let’s Play Hockey, which is a more games-based program, from April 1 until April 29 (excluding Good Friday), for new players (5-12 years old) or existing under 9s, which would give kids nine weeks of experience before the season starts if they chose to participate in both programs. To register for the program please go to www.hockey.org.au/hookin2hockey or contact Ali Shephard for more details on lsahajuniors@gmail.com or 0408 899 719.

Baker & Gibbs win 2-4-2 Last week 38 players went out to play 2-4-2 in much cooler weather at the Millicent Bowls Club. Before going out to play president Peter Hyland reminded all bowlers of the up and coming General Meeting to be held on March 10, while also welcoming Keith Fields, joining the 2-4-2 competition from the Night Owls competition, as well as Ararat visitor Harold Briggs. The winning team last week taking home $38 each with a score of 35+16 was Rod Gibbs and Garth Baker. In second place, also with a very good score, was Malcolm Wright and John Drew, with a score of 34+11. Other winning teams were: Robert Radley, Brian Goode 33+16. Terry Lonergan, Jan Buhlmann 33+16. A triple of Chris Earl, Sam Schofield, Peter Scanlon 32+6. Peter Hyland, Steve Carnellor 32+2. Eddie Hann, Derrick Lindh 31+22. Peter Bateman, Adriana Ross 30+5 and Ian Ross, John Scudds 30+3. 2-4-2 WINNERS: (Top right) Garth Baker & Rod Gibbs 2-4-2 RUNNER UP: (Bottom right) John Drew & Malcolm Wright


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Cavaliers Hockey Club is being pro-active ahead of the 2022 Lower South East Hockey Association season with a Come N Try event this Sunday at 2pm in a bid to encourage more people to take up the popular sport. Hosted at Blue Lake Sports Park, on the turf, Cavaliers is not only holding the event as a recruiting tactic but also to promote social connection and community fitness. Contact Andrea Zeven on 0448 872 327 for more details.

Pennant bowls results Saturday Open Pennant Division One Mount Gambier RSL Blue 71/10 d Robe 58/2; Port MacDonnell 78/10 d Millicent 69/2; Mount Gambier Red 68/10 d Mount Gambier RSL Red; Mount Gambier Blue 77/12 d Naracoorte 55/0 Division Two Kalangadoo 75/10 d Mount Gambier 54/2; Naracoorte 77/10 d Lucindale 70/2; Mount Gambier RSL 74/10 d Penola 44/2; Kingston 92/12 d Naracoorte RSL 43/0 Division Three Mount Gambier RSL 79/10 d Robe 74/2; Millicent Red 64/8 d Frances 53/4; Port MacDonnell 66/10 d Naracoorte 64/2; Millicent Blue 75/10 d Penola 68/2 Division Four (South) Mount Gambier RSL Blue 91/12 d Port MacDonnell 58/0; Millicent Red 75/10 d Beachport South 50/2; Mount Gambier RSL Red 90/12 d Mount Gambier Blue 48/0; Mount Gambier Red 114/12 d Millicent Blue 57/0 Division Four (North) Kalangadoo 110/12 d Kingston Blue 47/0; Beachport North 92/12 d Lucindale 40/0; Kingston Red 82/12 d Naracoorte RSL 52/0; Naracoorte 81/11 d Penola 60/1

Thirty-nine female golfers competed in the 2nd Round of the Summer Cup last Wednesday. The competition format for the day was a stableford game and the conditions were very favourable to the players and resulted in nine ladies playing to their handicaps or better. In Division 1, with a great score of 39 points and taking out 1st placing, was current club champion Kerry Pedlar (Handicap 10). Kerry had 80 off the stick, which included a birdie on the 6th, plus 11 Pars. Next time Kerry tees off she will be playing off singles figures for the first time. Taking out second place on a countback from Di Norman was Leanne Hunt, who carded 38 points, with her split being 18/20 and only recorded one wipe but had seven three pointers on her scorecard. Lorraine Bruhn (38 handicap) won Division 2 with a great score of 40 points. Lorraine played very consistent golf, her card showing 21 points on the front nine and 19 on the back nine. Her handicap will definitely alter for the next competition. Lizzie Clements (45 handicap)

was a very excited golfer, even though she was unlucky to lose on a countback. Lizzie registered 40 points also and took out second placing in Division 2 and with this lovely score Lizzie will be off her 45 handicap, a goal all golfers wish to achieve. Nine ladies received a ball in the ball rundown with high scores also and they were Di Norman, Jill Johnson, Andrea Pegler, Jennifer Van Rijthoven, Heather Barry, Lorraine Stratford, Jan Shanahan, Lyn Hudson and Carol Davis. The speciality prizes were given out to the players who had the best points on the front nine and they were A Grade Di Norman 21points, Vicki Clark 18 points and Lizzie Clements 22 points. The Pro Shot on the 8th Par 3 hole was taken out by Di Norman. There are two divisions on Wednesdays 0 – 24 Division 1 and 25 – 45 Division 2. Block entries are now open $10 Wednesday and $5 Saturday and can be paid to treasurer Janina Morrison. SATURDAY LADIES GOLF REPORT Last Saturday 22 golfers played a stableford round at the Mount Gambier Golf Course in perfect

weather, with very good course conditions and a few tricky pin placements. Conquering the course in an easy fashion was Camilla Knowles (handicap 24) who has been away on a long break from golf but played a very consistent round, her split being 22/22 (44 points). Camilla had no wipeouts so had a legitimate 89 off the stick - her best score ever. On the Par 5 17th Hole Camilla carded a birdie and overall had five pars. Her handicap will definitely come down for her next competition. Second placegetter was Helen Gregor (handicap 14) who won on a countback from Carol Davis. Both players had splits of 21/18 (39 points) and the countback came down to the last three holes. Helen registered eight pars on her card. SUMMER CUP PODIUM: Division 2 winner Lorraine Bruhn; Division 2 runner up Lizzie Clements; Division 1 winner Kerry Pedlar & Division 1 runner up Leanne Hunt

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New faces on the podium David Tye celebrates return to cycling with a win Mount Gambier Cycling Club ventured up to the Hundred line at Tarpeena for the third ride in their Summer Series. It was a slightly different mix of riders within the 22 who signed on to race, with some of the Under 19 and elite track riders participating in track racing in Adelaide over the weekend, creating new opportunities for riders to take fastest time honours. A slight easterly breeze greeted the riders, requiring teamwork to limit the effect of the headwind, but with a promise of a tailwind for the return 12.5km journey. In the Jjunior race, Sean and Glenn Tye were given a 75 second head start over Eddie Buckland for their 10km race. The Tye lads worked well together into a slight headwind to limit Eddie’s ability to catch them. After they turned, Sean started to put a gap between himself and Glenn, proving a more difficult task for the chasers to catch. Sean duly celebrated his second victory, with Eddie passing Glenn within sight of the finish line to split the brothers. After chaperoning the junior riders David Tye,first race, and Jason Buckland quickly caught their breath before joining with

Jonathon Kidman, returning to racing, Dianne Major, Ainsley Curtis and Damian Buckley as the first riders to leave in the club 25km race. They were given a five minute lead before the first chasing group containing Jen Buckland, Dave Delaland, Rick Heaver and Justyna Grosse were allowed to begin their chase. A further two minutes later, Elmer Buckland, Troy Mustey and John de Pree set off for their race. With nine minutes on the clock, John Cranwell, Patrick Langsmith and Liam Fielding began their chase. The final bunch was allowed to begin their chase a further two minutes later, with those vying for fastest time containing Spek Peake, Dean Zeven, Craig Andre, Phil Stasiw, Jami Buckley and Malcolm Tirabassi. Out in front, the group of six riders were working hard together to try and maintain as much of a gap for as long as possible over the riders chasing behind. By the turnaround mark all riders were within 3km of each other, with the chasing scratch bunch beginning to catch riders ahead of them. After working well together on

the outward leg, the promised tailwind lessened in intensity, making the return journey for the groups a little harder. A quick acceleration on the return leg split the first group, with David and Damian creating a gap over the chasers. They continued to ride away with David Tye (48:42) taking his maiden win ahead of Damian Buckley. Jason Buckland rounded out the podium, followed by Ainsley Curtis, Di Major and Jonathon Kidman. The scratch bunch had caught and passed all but the first bunch, with their final sprint coming 20 seconds after Jonathon had crossed the line. Jami Buckley won the bunch sprint, giving him fastest time honours (50:39 race time, 39:39 elapsed), followed by Patrick Langsmith, Craig Andre, Spek Peake, Malcolm Tirabassi, Phil Stasiw, Dean Zeven and John de Pree. After that bunch came Elmer Buckland, Justyna Grosse, Rick Heaver, Liam Fielding, Jen Buckland, Dave Delaland, John Cranwell and Troy Mustey. Thanks to Bruce McLaughlin, Nick Kidman and Carl Smith for volunteering their services, allowing the race to happen.

SENIOR PODIUM: (Top right) Second placed Damian Buckley, fastest time winner Jami Buckley; third placed Jaosn Buckland and winner David Tye. JUNIOR PODIUM: (Bottom right) Third placed Glenn Tye, winner Sran Tye & second placed Eddie Buckland.

Night owls continues to attract strong numbers at Millicent Bowls Club Touches: Luke Ferguson (The Pups) 3, Malcolm McRobert (Maccas) 4, Mark Oliver (Mayurra Mob) 3, Wally Lang (Lions Roar) 3, Craig Stewart (Somery Seniors) 3, Mark Skeer (X Factor) 4. Winners: RED DIVISION: Jack Attack (John Hamill, Ross Warren, Frank Cooper, Ian Kuckel) defeated Untouchables 29+8, other winnners were Somerset Legends 28+15, Rovers 27+16, Max’s Four 27+6, with Sparkies and Mossies having a draw 16 each. BLUE DIVISION: Awesome Foursome (Rodney Horne, Derek Bowering, Dave Turner, Allan Webster) defeated Rotary 28+13, other winners were Lion Rams 28+4, Maccas 27+8, Grand Hotel 27+6, X Factor 27+4. WHITE DIVISION: Mayurra Mob ( Nikki Muller, Mark Oliver, Kellie Megaw) defeated Lion Cubs 29+21, other winners were Miss Fitts 29+11, Scrappers 27+6, Gizzies Crew 27+3, Beanz Team 26+8

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