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Issue 943 - Wednesday, August 3, 2022


Opportunity on world stage for Angus Nine year old golfer heads to United States for tournament

Hard work pays off European success continues for former local dancer Katarina Gajic’s star continues to rise with the 24 year old ballerina, who is briefly home in the Limestone Coast to visit family and friends, set to return to Europe with her most impressive gig thus far – her role as a demi-soloist with the Companhia Nacional de Bailado – the national ballet company in Portugal. She took this major step in her career after two years with Czech Republic company, the Moravian Theatre. To earn any position with a national company is huge – to be elevated straight to demi-soloist even more so. “I did have another year of my contract to run but I was looking for a different challenge,” Katarina said. “I am forever grateful for the opportunities the Moravian Theatre gave me but to have the chance to dance with a national company was such a great opportunity and I had to give it a go.”

If you want some pointers on how to improve your golf swing you could do worse than googling ‘2 year old golfer’ – it is a 2014 You Tube clip of Naracoorte’s Angus Norcock perfectly chipping six golf balls in a row. This week, at the age of nine, he has headed with his family to the United States to take his place in the 2022 U.S. Kids Golf Foundation World Championships. It is a three day tournament running from August 4-6 in North Carolina as the best Under 12 golfers in the world go head to head.

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Opportunity on world stage for Angus Nine year old golfer heads to United States for tournament If you want some pointers on how to improve your golf swing you could do worse than googling ‘2 year old golfer’ – it is a 2014 You Tube clip of Naracoorte’s Angus Norcock perfectly chipping six golf balls in a row. This week, at the age of nine, he has headed with his family to the United States to take his place in the 2022 U.S. Kids Golf Foundation World Championships. It is a three day tournament running from August 4-6 in North Carolina as the best Under 12 golfers in the world go head to head. Needless to say, the story of how Angus has found his way into this elite company is very different to most of the golfers that will tee of this week. Angus certainly has the talent, he has qualified easily for this world level event, but it was watching Netflix series, The Short Game, around 18 months ago that even alerted the family to the possibilities that existed through the U.S. Kids Golf Foundation. The family assumed the foundation’s tournaments would be US based and that was not on their radar at all but when father James Norcock started to look into the opportunities that exist in Australia for children who appear to be handy at golf, he did come across the Australian Junior Age Golf Championships, a Queensland event, and that’s when things started to change. “There were a lot of families there talking about the U.S. Kids Golf and that’s when we found out it was a brand and there were events in South Australia,” James said. Looking more closely at the U,S. Kids Golf Foundation program, they became aware of an Australian Masters event in the Hunter Valley that could see you qualify for the world event, so Angus headed to a Murray Bridge event, assuming he would need to qualify for the Masters event.

“We thought if he was good enough and played well he might qualify for the world event,” James said. Based in Naracoorte, Angus has not had much exposure to junior golf events and the U.S. Kids Golf Foundation events actually play a shortened course, which is standard across the world so comparing these young golfers against their peers is a much easier task. Angus won his age group in that inaugural foundation event by more than 30 shots. His performance saw him automatically qualify for the world championships – it is based on an 11 level ranking and Angus shot straight to Level 11. Despite getting the job done in that inaugural South Australian event, Angus still head to the Masters event in April and won that as well. “When all that happened we did start to think maybe he is an accomplished little player,” James said. It had been difficult to quantify Angus’s ability up util this point – the vast majority of his golf is played against men at the Naracoorte Golf Club. And it all started with that 2014 You Tube clip that James innocently posted to facebook. “We did have all the TV channels contact us when they became aware of it but we said no,” James said. That did change six months later when a journalist was in the region investigating and putting together a story on the methamphetamine issue in the Limestone Coast and they wanted to balance it out with a good news story. “The Channel 7 journalist must have got us at a weak moment because we said yes,” James said. But at that stage, Angus and golf were really just that cute video clip and a short news story. It was when he was seven that Angus really started to get excited

“...there were a lot of families there talking about the U.S. Kids Golf and that’s when we found out it was a brand and there were events in South Australia...” James Norcock

about golf and started playing the Saturday men’s competition at Naracoorte. “He plays a full course with a men’s handicap,” James said, who does happen to be a 14 time club champion at Naracoorte. “I never put a golf club in Angus’s hand though, he picked it up and gave it a go just like he would with anything else,” James said. Leading into the U.S. Kids Golf Foundation events, Angus had never had any coaching and even now as he looks to take on the world, he has had three or four lessons. “It does just seem to have come very naturally to him,” James said. “He just loves playing and even when I sometimes think maybe he should be practising, we don’t really go down that path. It is up to him and he does seem to have good self-analysis for someone so young. We are the opposite of the pushy parents you can see at this level.” And it is still a case of watch this space for the nine year old. James, himself, to get to a level where he could have turned professional but the reality of what that was going to entail wasn’t what James wanted for his life.

“ does just seem to have come very naturally to him...he just loves playing...he does seem to have good self-analysis for someone so young...we are the opposite of the pushy parents you can see at this level...” James Norcock “You travel in a car with other players and cram four guys into a small motel room – that’s the reality

for the majority of guys who try and turn professional,” James said. But those decisions are a long way off for Angus, who also loves cricket and football, and is arguably happier in the team environment playing with his mates. Angus does love golf, though, and so for the moment he is seeing where it will take him with these rare opportunities. He has topped his age group in the three national events he has played in recent times and given he is generally taking on kids who play junior tournaments every weekend of the year, it shows the level of natural talent Angus possesses. “We were keen to take him to the world championships this year as it will be a great experience for all of us and he might not get another start,” James, who will partner with Angus is a parent/son event that is part of the three day event, said.

Golden moment Jess Stenson claims gold in emotional victory “South Australian icon, Australian hero now. Champion of the Commonwealth,” Bruce McAvaney said, as he called former Naracoorte athlete Jess Stenson acheived a long held dream, securing gold at the Birmingham Commonwealth Games. Finishing in a time of 2:27:31, Jess was well ahead of her rivals and she enjoyed an emotional run to the line as the crowd celebrated her gold medal performance. The Birmingham gold will be a treasured addition to her 2014 and 2018 Commonwealth bronze medals. The 34 year old mother was quick to enclude her family and

the late great Kerry McCann, who inspired Jess to reach her athletic heights. “Bit surreal, to be honest. I really was making sure I didn’t think about the outcome during the race. I was just focusing on one hill at a time,” Jess said after the race. “That last kilometre went forever. This crowd support was phenomenal. Honestly, that was one for the team. Like, I wouldn’t have been able to do it without those girls. “At 20 kilometres, I had a really important water bottle with a caffeinated gel on it. It wasn’t there. Elsie gave me her caffeinated gel. I wouldn’t have got that result without that. I want

those girls to wear the medal too, because it was a real team effort today.” Jess celebrated her historic breakthrough with her two year old son Billy and husband Dylan. It was the first time Jess had represented Australia since becoming a mother. “It’s been quite a journey to this start line. I mean, it has been for everyone. It’s been a really unique couple of years. I definitely think there’s something in that becoming a mum makes you stronger. I think both physically and mentally and emotionally. Go mums.”

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Medical students and doctors seeking rural and regional study and work are now supported to see how they can live, work and train rurally to achieve their dream career. A website that maps the major specialty pathways and shows training places locally across regional New South Wales, Victoria, Tasmania and the Limestone Coast has launched additional fact sheets. The site acts as a one-stop shop, showing users their future training requirements and to identify the local health services offering them. The Regional Medical Training (RMT) website is the result of a collaboration of 11 Universities with Rural Clinical Schools and Regional Training Hubs in the regions. It is a shared initiative to support local graduates to stay rural, funded by the Federal

“...I am looking forward to seeing the options in Mount Gambier increase over the next 12 months or so - it’s definitely an exciting time to be involved in junior doctor training and education here...” Dr Lauren Kennedy (Limestone Coast Local Health Network emergency medicine staff specialist) Department of Health’s Rural Health Multidisciplinary Training Program. Chair of the RMT Working Group, and Southern Regional Training Hub Alliance, Associate Professor Janelle Brennan said with 24 medical specialty pathways and accredited placements mapped, the website increases its capacity as a one-stop shop for medical students and trainees investigating career and training study options in regional Australia, espcially the Limestone Coast & South West Victoria.

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of South Australia,” Associate Professor Brennan said.”This complements the extensive resources already included on the site.” Regional Medical Training’s unique search portal maps out regional training futures that can be searched by either location or specialty. If you’re particularly keen to live in a specific regional location you can search by region or, alternatively, if you are focused on pursuing a particular medical specialty you can enter it into the map engine and all of the regional towns and cities where you can train are documented.

“...the Regional Medical Training website is an excellent, user-friendly resource that has made me aware of valuable training opportunities...” Dr Vienna Tran (Limestone Coast Local Health Network medical intern)

This is a big boost for visibility of rural training opportunities and works to attract doctors to the regions. On the Limestone Coast, there are multiple specialty pathways that graduating medical students and local trainees can pursue at a local level. Dr Lauren Kennedy, Limestone Coast Local Health Network (LCLHN) Emergency Medicine Staff Specialist and Flinders University Clinical Educator, was excited by the increasing training opportunities that Regional Medical Training showcases to students and trainees wishing to work and live within the Limestone Coast region. “The website presents information for students and junior doctors in a clear and well organised manner - and all in the one place,” Dr Kennedy said. “It’s very easy to work out what’s available in a location and to get information on the specialties as well. “I am looking forward to seeing the options in Mount Gambier increase over the next 12 months or so - it’s definitely an exciting time to be involved in junior doctor training and education here.” Dr Vienna Tran, a LCLHN medical intern, said she appreciated how valuable this website was for her colleagues and fellow medical peers. “The visual map of the specialty pathways is a big plus, as is the trove of stories showcasing current regional medical trainees and students pursuing their careers in the regions,” Dr Tran said. “The Regional Medical Training website is an excellent, userfriendly resource that has made me aware of valuable training opportunities not only in South Australia but also in the surrounding states. “It provides comprehensive summaries, both in webpage and printable formats, of a large and diverse range of career pathways, which means I do not need to go searching on individual college websites for the same information.” On top of the current 24 specialty training pathways currently showcased on the website, more will be added over the coming months, including Urology and Addiction Medicine.

Operator secured Wulanda Recreation and Convention Centre is signed, sealed and on the way to being delivered Another key milestone in the development of the Wulanda Recreation and Convention Centre has been reached with the securing of an operating partner. The project continues to move along as it battles ongoing issues with material and labour as the major community investment project focuses on staying on track despite the largely COVID-induced delays. City of Mount Gambier City Infrastructure and project sponsor Barbara Cernovskis said the project remains on budget as council and the builders continue to look outside the square for solutions. “If one part of the project has been held up, we have found a way to work on another area so the whole build continues,” Ms Cernovskis. “We still can’t lock in an opening date but as the works continue and things like the operator are locked in, it is getting closer and we can’t wait to share this new facility with the community.” Belgravia Leisure has secured the operating contract. It operates 28 centres in South Australia alone, with 220 holdings across Australia and New Zealand and brings a skillset to the project that was not already accessible within the City of Mount Gambier team. “Their (Belgravia) depth of knowledge in the recreation and events space will be so important and they will be looking locally to fill employment opportunities and providing training,” Ms Cernovskis said. “Belgravia are very clear about the partnership model for the operation of the centre and how we want the community to be able to access and use the facility. Locking in the centre operator is a huge milestone for the Wulanda project and City of Mount Gambier Mayor Lynette Martin welcomed the decision. “We are very excited to have reached this significant milestone and look forward to working in partnership with Belgravia Leisure to activate and manage this game-changing facility for our community to enjoy, and to provide ongoing economic benefit to the city,” Mayor Martin said. General Manager City and Community Growth Tim Coote said that working with Belgravia Leisure will attract a range of events to Mount Gambier and deliver the best value and quality services to

the community, while Belgravia Leisure CEO Nick Cox said Belgravia Leisure was honoured to be appointed manager and operator of the Wulanda Recreation and Convention Centre. “Belgravia Leisure is proud to partner with the City of Mount Gambier to manage the Wulanda Recreation and Convention Centre in Mount Gambier,” he said. “This multi-purpose facility is designed to be a community space, with facilities and activities welcoming all ages and abilities, including children, families, youth, community groups, recreational and organised sports, and those with special needs. This development will provide substantial year-round indoor facilities, addressing many community needs. We are looking forward to working with Council in connecting the community to leisure.” Belgravia Leisure will commence staff recruitment in the coming months with a range of roles on offer to locals and suitably experienced individuals. Belgravia Leisure SA State Manager Catherine Foreman said that the company was committed to supporting the local economy. “This means hiring local staff, engaging local suppliers, and keeping regional economies healthy through investing in resources from the area,” Ms Foreman said. The partnership enables Council to work together with Belgravia Leisure to maximise the use and community benefit of the facility by tapping into their established connections and networks. Belgravia Leisure also has a proven record of attracting state and national sporting and recreation events, conferences, and conventions and in partnering with government to manage community facilities of all shapes and sizes. Information about user fees and membership opportunities will be available soon, and interested community members are encouraged to register to receive updates at From the pool plant room to installation of the splash pad, from the car park to the café, works continue both externally and internally as the centre nears completion.

“It’s really exciting to see the concept drawings literally coming to life, and the quality of the finishes is really coming to the fore now.” Ms Cernovskis said. “The use of timber throughout the courts, aquatic and other areas of the building gives it a real sense of warmth when inside, and along with the limestone features outside the building, really showcases the materials that our region is renowned for.” Fitting of acoustic treatment is almost complete in the entertainment hall and sports courts area, along with the AV equipment installation, lighting and bench seating. Flooring in the bar areas and upstairs kitchen and the kitchen warm shell is nearing completion, along with balustrade glazing for the spectator seating in the courts area. Painting of walls and ceilings, and tiling in all amenities is well progressed, bringing the facility to life. The upstairs multi-function room is taking shape with the preparation for flooring underway and operable wall in place, allowing for flexible use of the space while providing views over the aquatic area. “As we continue to battle with the current COVID environment and challenges facing the construction industry, we are working closely with our project team to firm up the completion timeframe so we can inform the community as soon as possible,” Ms Cernovskis said. “It is important we continue to work towards completing this complex build in a timely manner while ensuring it is delivered to a high standard using quality products. We are doing the best we can to ensure we get the best outcome for the community.” OPERATOR SECURED: (Above) City of Mount Gambier General Manager City Infrastructure and project sponsor Barbara Cernovskis (left), Belgravia Leisure chief operating officer Anthony McIntosh, City of Mount Gambier General Manager City and Community Growth Tim Coote, Cr Sonya Mezinec and Belgravia Leisure SA State Manager Catherine Foreman on-site at the Wulanda Recreation and Convention Centre.

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Hard work pays off European success continues for former local dancer Katarina Gajic’s star continues to rise with the 24 year old ballerina, who is briefly home in the Limestone Coast to visit family and friends, set to return to Europe with her most impressive gig thus far – her role as a demi-soloist with the Companhia Nacional de Bailado – the national ballet company in Portugal. She took this major step in her career after two years with Czech Republic company, the Moravian Theatre. To earn any position with a national company is huge – to be elevated straight to demi-soloist even more so. “I did have another year of my contract to run but I was looking for a different challenge,” Katarina said. “I am forever grateful for the opportunities the Moravian Theatre gave me but to have the chance to dance with a national company was such a great opportunity and I had to give it a go.” The Moravian Theatre company in the Czech Republic is amore niche, junior company and Katarina had earned demi-soloist status there as well but a holiday to Portugal started the dancer on the path of change. “Before we left I thought I should just have a look and see if there were any auditions or opportunities and there was so I decided to give it a go,” she said. “I still had one year of my contract to go so I literally had nothing to lose. When I got offered the demi-soloist position in a national company it was crazy – I couldn’t believe it.” Especially when you put into perspective that her original move to Europe in 2019 saw her go through 13 auditions spanning four months and it all came down to her final audition. This time, it was another gruelling process. First you send your CV and a selection of videos of both ballet and contemporary performances and then wait for the invitation to the next step of the audition

“...I literally had nothing to lose...when I got offered the demisoloist position in a national company it was crazy – I couldn’t believe it...”

“...we were sweating and you basically lost feeling in your feet but it was an amazing thing to achieve...”

process. “You basically get invited to in person auditions or get rejected – it is nerve wracking until you hear,” she said. Obviously securing an invite, Katarina then headed to Lisbon for two days of auditions. The first day was ballet class, then solos, contemporary class and then contemporary solos and in between each of those sessions, dancers were sent home. Then came the day two interviews with all the ballet masters and mistresses and the company director. “We had a chat about the company and they were asking if I

in a national ballet company,” she said. Katarina not only embraced her opportunity at a more elite company but she also went from a six day a week commitment to a five day a week role. Her day runs from 10am to 5pm with an hour and a quarter ballet class in the morning, a short break and then the first lot of rehearsals. A lunch break is then followed by three more hours of rehearsals. While Katarina is enjoying her break, things will ramp up again at the end of this month as she return to the company the start of rehearsals for the upcoming season. There are five Australians in the company, a couple of Spanish dancers, a Canadian, a few Brits and a couple of Japanese dancers but in the main it is Portuguese performers. “It is actually great for a national company to have so many national dancers,” Katarina said. She is eagerly anticipating the upcoming season where the company will be working on a piece from a Portuguese choreographer and one of the iconic classical ballets Giselle. “We are going to do Giselle in the old theatre which is really beautiful with the old style seating arrangements and I can’t wait,” Katarina said. Being part of a professional European company does require you to be a strong all round dancer now, with the performances often more neo-classical as well as the contemporary pieces. “It is really only in eastern Europe that you would find companies that just do classical ballet,” Katarina said. And it is certainly not for the faint hearted. Katarina had to perform a 20 minute piece last season as thought I was ready to be a demisoloist,” Katarina said. Taking on that more senior role had never occurred to Katarina but it did give her a level of confidence that the company was interested in securing her services. “They said they would be making their decision in a month but the email came that night and all of a sudden I was a demi-soloist

“...just watching how a company works was really, really helpful... they are both incredible companies, very well organised and it was great to just be involved....”

part of one of the productions and it was constant moving and no respite. “We were sweating and you basically lost feeling in your feet but it was an amazing thing to achieve,” she said. Dancing in a national company in Portugal is a long way from the 15 year old teenager who left home in 2014 to take up am opportunity at Studio Tibor to pursue ballet. Then came her stint at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) as she looked to continue her development as a performer and she was still deciding if ballet or other forms of dance were her future. “The atmosphere was amazing and it was kind of like a family,” Katarina said and it gave her the opportunity to tap into her strong ballet background as well as returning to contemporary, and developing a whole range of different styles. Katarina also enjoyed placements with the Australian Ballet and the Sydney Dance Company during her final year at WAAPA. “Just watching how a company works was really, really helpful,” she said. “They are both incredible companies, very well organised and it was great to just be involved.” Katarina also spent time at the Western Australia Ballet, getting a taste of classes, as well as the audition process. Then came the audition process for real as the WAAPA graduate looked to find a place in a company. There were plenty of rejections along the way and she was also shortlisted for companies, including the Netherlands Dance Theatre (NDT) – the most prestigious option she attempted. “I was thrilled to be shortlisted for NDT, that was amazing, it is such a great company,” she said but it was the Moravian Theatre which gave her that all important first professional opportunity that has now led to the 24 year old earning her place in the Companhia Nacional de Bailado as she heads back in a couple of weeks for her second season.

College principal secures national award Top leadership award in Catholic Education system handed to Mount Gambier educator A passionate leader, inspirational and a champion of collaboration and innovation. That is how Tenison Woods College principal David Mezinec was categorised after being honoured with one of two Excellence in Leadership Awards offered by Catholic Secondary Principals Australia at their biennial National conference. Catholic Education South Australia director Dr Neil McGoran was not short on praise for the Mount Gambier based educator on the back of his national win. “David is a very worthy recipient of the Excellence in Leadership Award,” Dr McGoran said. “David is a passionate leader who inspires others. “He prioritises the importance and dignity of each member of the college community through leadership that values them as a learner, staff member or community member. He fosters collaboration, inquiry and innovation – qualities that see teachers and students thrive at Tenison Woods College. “David has a commitment to rural and remote education having worked not only in Mount Gambier but also in Port Pirie and Port Lincoln. “He also plays a vital role in the leadership of the wider work of Catholic education, serving as a member of the South Australian Commission for Catholic Schools. “I’m sure I join with every member of the local school community in congratulating David on this public acknowledgement of the gifts, inspiration, and dedication he brings to the role of principal and leader.” Not one to chase or enjoy the limelight, Mr Mezinec was quick to attribute his success to the Tenison Woods College team and

“...he fosters collaboration, inquiry and innovation – qualities that see teachers and students thrive at Tenison Woods College...” Dr Neil McGoran (Catholic Education South Australia director)

leadership lessons learned from the likes of Jim Collins, author of the bestselling Good to Great and John C. Maxwell, an internationally respected leadership expert and author, who developed the 5 Levels of Leadership. Mr Mezinec said the college leadership team focussed on teamwork, individual humility, collaboration and building a strong organisation and an ongoing organisational legacy beyond accentuating individuals – principles also attributed to the Tenison Woods College founders. In accepting the award the Tenison Woods College principal also thanked CaSPA (Catholic Secondary Principals Australia) for instituting the awards to recognise leadership in Catholic schools. He also acknowledged the CaSPA Directors on the National CaSPA Board for their service to the profession and specifically advocating for Catholic schools and the leadership in Catholic schools across Australia. He also extended his appreciation to his principal colleagues and the Executive the South Australian Association of Principals in Catholic Secondary Schools (APCSS) for nominating him for the award, indicating also the support and inspiration of his South Australian Catholic Principal colleagues is something which he greatly values. “This award is an acknowledgement of all the wonderful, life-giving work that occurs in Catholic schools across Australia through dedicated staff as they invite young people to a relationship with our God, and become the thriving people, capable learners and leaders for the world God desires,” Mr Mezinec said. “It is a way of recognising and putting a spotlight on the wonderful leadership in Catholic schools across Australia and the work of my talented, committed colleagues who share the vocation of principalship. We have been so fortunate to have been supported by committed bishops, priests and parishioners who have nurtured and inspired our work in Catholic schools.” Mr Mezinec also acknowledged the trust that families showed by enrolling their young in Catholic

“...this award is an acknowledgement of all the wonderful, life-giving work that occurs in Catholic schools across Australia through dedicated staff ...” David Mezinec (Tenison Woods College principal) schools and thanked families for inviting Catholic schools into what he called ‘their sacred space of family.’ He said he felt so privileged to be ministering in a Catholic school and was energised by the unfolding exciting horizon of education in school communities across Catholic Education South Australia and indeed Australia. The two-day national conference held earlier this month enabled Catholic school leadership teams to gather in

Canberra and reflect on the themes of the conference - Unity, Voice, Service. LEADERSHIP HONOUR: (Left inset) Tenison Woods College principal David Mezinec pictured with Ann Rebgetz, CaSPA President accepting the national leadership award.

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It is the Mount Gambier Friends of the Library’s major fundraiser and you can help on two fronts. The August 6 Big Book Sale is chasing donations and, of course, you can head along on the day, between 9am and 1pm to pick up a raft of bargains. Mount Gambier Friends of the Library president Chris Lloyd (pictured left with fellow committee member David Boosmma) said proceeds from the sale are used to support library materials and programs. “Our key priority is to recognise and support the essential role the library has in our community,” she said. “We show our support by

“...our key priority is to recognise and support the essential role the library has in our community...” Chris Lloyd (Mount Gambier Friends of the Library)

raising funds and advocating for improved services and facilities for the people who use our library.” The list of programs, equipment

and items that have been funded by the Friends of the Library is a long one from literacy kits to Summer Reading Club rewards, from audio books to aids for patrons with disabilities, the Friends of the Library perform a vital role. The Big Book Sale has been the major fundraiser for the best part of a decade, with the Friends of the Library also running raffles and book themed quiz nights. For now, the Big Book Sale is the focus and if you have suitable books, jigsaws, boardgames, DVDs and CDs you can drop them to the library during opening hours prior to the August 6 sale date. When it comes to books, just check books that have been in storage for some time in case there is mould or other damage. The sale is not looking for magazines or large sets of books, including encyclopedia. Most items are priced around $1$2 but a handful of rare or unique items may be priced individually. “We are very grateful for all the donations that allow us to fund important resources, programs and initiatives for the Library,” Chris said. The Friends of the Library committee currently boasts seven members but anyone interested in getting involved can leave their contact details with library staff.

SNAPSHOT OF THE PURCHASES BY THE FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY • Scan N Cut machine • Information and resourcing screens for the Children’s Cave • Hear-a-books (audio books) • Resources for ‘sensitive’ story time for children with sensory needs • Literacy Kits to be borrowed by families • Summer Reading Club rewards • Gov Hack prizes • Robotics resources e.g. spiro balls • Book boxes for the Children’s Cave • Quality picture books to add to the collection • Special Keyboards for people living with a disability • Support for author visits

Leadership opportunity Rescheduled Wattle Range youth leadership program calling for applications from community Wattle Range Council are offering an opportunity for youth become stronger and more confident community leaders. INitially programmed earlier this year, the rescheduled series of four workshops has now been locked in. Empowering Able Young Leaders Program is now set to run this month on Saturday 13, 20 and 27 August, finihsing up with the final sessions on Friday, September 2. Empowering Able Young Leaders is an exciting program supporting youth with disability to become confident community leaders. Participants aged 16 to 30 years, either at school, school leavers or in the workforce can register for the free program. They will develop leadership skills and be inspired by community champions over the four workshops. A guest speaker with lived experience has been selected for each of the workshops and will value add to the leadership program. Program application forms are available on council’s website or at any of council offices and Millicent Public Library. To apply to be part of the 2022 Empowering Able Young Leaders program

please complete and send your application to council@ WORKSHOP PROGRAM SATURDAY, AUGUST 13 Self Discovery Guest Speaker - Brady Wilson SATURDAY, AUGUST 20 Planning for the Future

Guest Speaker - Tessa Deak (pictured) SATURDAY, AUGUST 27 Communication and Teamwork Guest Speaker - Shelley Irwin FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2 Advocacy, Access and Inclusion Guest Speaker - Jed Altschwager

Member for MacKillop tackles livestock issue The Member for MacKillop Nick McBride has met with the Shadow Minister for Regional South Australia and Primary Industries, the Hon Nicola Centofanti MLC, in Naracoorte to discuss the impact of Foot and Mouth Disease (FMD). Mr McBride and Ms Centofanti toured the Naracoorte Livestock Exchange (saleyards) which has been operating on the corner of Wimmera Highway and Carters Road since 1973. The Naracorote Lucindale Council, which runs the saleyards, is investing 3.8 million in 2022 - 2023 on improving facilities – including upgrading the cattle yards, unloading ramps, yard roofing, pens, and fencing. The saleyard is one of regional South Australia’s main livestock selling centres and has an annual average turnover of 85,000 head of cattle and 500,000 sheep - a vital contributor to the local economy. “If FMD was found in the region, the impact would be enormous,” Mr McBride said. “If just one animal became infected, all stock within a circumference of the infection point would have to be destroyed, and the livestock industry would close down across Australia until further assessments were made. “There are livelihoods at stake here. It’s not just the farmers, it’s the stock agents, the saleyards, transport operators, the TEYS and JBS meatworks. The impact on our economy would be devastating.” Mr McBride’s comments support calls from Shadow

Minister for Primary Industries, Hon Nicola Centofanti MLC for additional biosecurity officers to be stationed at Adelaide Airport. “We need an urgent biosecurity staffing boost so that luggage from every traveller from Indonesia can be inspected,” she said. “We are dealing with a potential catastrophe right on our doorstep, posing an estimated $80 billion threat to the economy. We need coordinated and comprehensive action from both the State and Federal Labor Governments.” Mr McBride has written to the Minister for Primary Industries to highlight concerns about the time it has taken to implement biosecurity controls at airports in an effort to stop FMD. Mr McBride says that the Federal Government announced an outbreak of FMD in Bali on July 5. In response to the outbreak, the Federal Governm,ent announcement said ‘frontline biosecurity officers are operating with increased vigilance across all flights arriving from Indonesia, including Bali’. Mr McBride said he has been contacted by people returning from Bali who say they weren’t checked at all. “One gentleman says his friend was able to walk through the airport without additional screening requirements,” Mr McBride said. “He was - quite

Have your say on financial future The District Council of Grant is opening the draft Long Term Financial Plan 2023-2032 to the community for feedback. District Council of Grant chief executive officer Darryl Whicker (pictured) said the Long Term Financial Plan (LTFP) was similar to, but is less detailed than an annual budget. “It is designed to ensure council has sufficient funds available to provide services and maintain infrastructure over a 10 year period,” Mr Whicker said. “This year’s plan includes a proposed $11 million upgrade to the saleyard facility, which is subject to the receipt of both Federal and State Government funding. “While the current plan drives Ccuncil’s long term objectives, it is worthwhile noting this plan is an ever-evolving document. Updates will be made to assumptions within the plan to adapt to the ever-changing needs of the community.” The Long Term Financial Plan was developed in accordance with the Local Government Act 1999 and linked to council’s Strategic Management Plan 2020-2030 and Asset Management Plans. Community members are encouraged to review the Long Term Financial Plan 2023-2032 and provide their valuable input. Feedback provided from the public will be incorporated with comments from Council’s Audit and Risk Committee. The full document and supporting materials can be viewed on Your Say DCG at Feedback will be accepted until 5pm on Friday, August 12.




rightly, worried that people may have inadvertently brought this disease in on their shoes or clothing. “Just this morning, the Premier has said that disinfectant mats, designed to kill off foot and mouth disease, are still not in place at the Adelaide Airport. I acknowledge that it is the Commonwealth’s responsibility – but this is taking too long. “We should have implemented strict biosecurity measures at airports when the outbreak was first detected in Bali. We know that thousands of people have been returning from holidays there with what appears to be an ad hoc approach to inspecting their footwear and clothing. “While this is a huge threat to our livestock industry, we must all work together.” SALEYARDS TOUR: Shadow Minister for Regional South Australia and Primary Industries Nicola Centofanti, Laura Curran MLC, Naracoorte Regional Livestock Exchange manager Redecca Barry & Member for MacKillop, Nick McBride


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With spring just around the corner and buds starting to burst it’s time to finish all those end of winter gardening jobs. All pruning of roses, deciduous trees and fruit trees should have commenced unless you are in a very frost prone area. I know the string of frosts we have been having at both our retail nursery and growing fields has been quite severe especially last week, so don’t go pruning too early. It is important to make sure you have applied a winter spray of lime sulphur straight after pruning to clean up any overwintering pests and diseases on roses that are not in leaf, fruit trees and ornamental trees. Also on the important list is copper sprays for stone fruit trees, such as peaches and nectarines, to avoid the attack of peach leaf curl, sometimes called curly leaf. We had to quickly seize a dry spell two Sundays ago to do our first spay of the season and considering the ensuing rain most of the blue traces from the spray remained on the trees. If you had it last season you will definitely need to spray for it now as it does not go away if left untreated. Our sprayers have been going all day today again as I write before the rain again, and we will also apply about another five doses to ensure all buds emerging at different intervals receive the spay and knock it on the head. Ensure you do a few sprays, especially with all the rain we have had. If you had shothole too on your fruit and ornamental flowering cherries and anything in the prunus family that was prevalent last year now is also time to get onto spraying those types of trees. The time for planting dormant deciduous bare rooted trees and fruit trees is also drawing to a close. Stone fruit and almonds and apricots are bursting into life so this week should be the last opportunity to plant these from bare rooted trees. With our massive winter sale on too this is a good time time to grab a bargain with huge discounts on all excess stocks and over production of trees that we grow. Be quick to bag a bargain as the sale ends August 14 unless sold out prior. Whilst trees, fruit trees, roses, berries and nuts can be planted all year round sometimes the winter is easier on some situations where you wont be able to attend to summer watering or you wish to make a head start whilst building a house. Orchards can often be set up this way on new house blocks even if you don’t intend building for a few years. With some of the great discounts its always a great way to save also. Potted trees are available all year round from Limestone Coast Advanced Trees, and often older, more mature trees are available too, so you aren’t missing out on fruiting time. Similarly we have the same pricing on our trees all year round contrary to many garden centre type places where they add ridiculous amounts on top of the trees as they buy them in and pot them up or simply buy in more expensive options. Buying direct from the grower such as us can save you huge dollars. The national demand for plants during COVID through our

online business has meant we are struggling to keep up with packing out orders as well as keeping stock on the ground. Due to a Covid outbreak among our staff three weeks or so ago we had to close and then had to close the retail arm in Mount Gambier so what staff we did have could go out and help pack the backlog of orders, something unheard of especially for us as this is by far our busiest time of the year. Thankfully all of our Queensland and Northern NSW orders are packed and gone and now we are concentrating on the cooler regions and then the endless flow of late orders coming in which was quite eye opening yesterday when we had to answer hundreds of emails. We have sold approximately six months worth of stock in around six weeks and the same goes for deciduous ornamental and fruit trees and grape vines are now the big one being hit hard. Shortages of plants will definitely happen this spring so get planting now whilst you have good choices. We have over produced on some ornamental pear tree varieties this season at Limestone Coast Advanced Trees in Mount Gambier so the boss has said clear them out or we have to burn them. These over productions happen from time to time where we have good grafting success and we grade them rigorously when they come from the paddock to maintain the quality of our trees. We still have good stocks along of our exclusive newly released dwarf ornamental pear for 2020 which is a dwarf version that “sported” from its parent tree and ever popular Chanticleer in our nursery some years ago. We have trialled it rigorously to ensure it maintains its smaller growth habit whilst still retaining all the great attributes of the other ornamental pears (see facing page). Growing only 4 metres high and around 3–4 metres wide its ideal for courtyards, under powerlines and fence lines. Our exclusive evergreen ornamental pear ‘Wintergreen”’ again has met with huge demand interstate and we ran out early last year. This year we have ramped up production of these greatly so will hopefully have enough of these to see us through to the end of the season. We have two sizes at present, both 25% off in the sale. Seed potato and raspberry planting time is also upon us with good stocks of potatoes to keep to plant later or plant an early crop now, as with the lettuce crisis I see the prices of potatoes have skyrocketed too due to crop loses with floods etc so now might be the time to give growing your own a go, they taste much nicer too and you can grow in pots. Gardenarium is situated at 167, Bay Road (Riddoch Hwy) 1.3 kms south of the Blue Lake roundabout or punch 167, Bay Road Mount Gambier into your GPS. See website for maps and details. We have been maintaining all our deliveries into Victoria as far as Geelong, Hamilton, Horsham and beyond at very cheap rates so you can email or ring through your orders at any time.















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(April 21- May 20) Lucky Colour: Green Racing Numbers: 1-3-2-3 Lucky Day: Monday Lotto Numbers: 1-12-26-35-40-33

Most may need to take the initiative where their love life is concerned. And set the record straight so that loved ones are not in doubt about your expectations and don’t let others interfere in your love life.


(May 21- June 21) Lucky Colour: Cream Racing Numbers: 2-3-2-1 Lucky Day: Thursday Lotto Numbers: 2-15-29-8-6-33 A wish comes true through the help of a loved one. However, you tend to get caught in the middle of other people’s problems, which could put you at a disadvantage.


(June 22- July 22) Lucky Colour: Green Racing Numbers: 2-6-5-2 Lucky Day: Monday Lotto Numbers: 5-12-26-39-8-44

Make sure you are not neglecting your partner’s emotional needs. Be diplomatic around the in-laws and workamtes as this will prevent a negative situation.


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Social life could bring business opportunities, so present yourself at your best; someone is watching you. New friends will bring more excitement into your life.


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It’s just a matter of getting stuck into it and getting things done, and you should succeed in everything you try. Your love life is due for a lift, and your business should improve very soon.


(November 23- December 20) Lucky Colour: Blue Racing Numbers: 2-6-9-8 Lucky Day: Wednesday Lotto Numbers: 5-12-29-36-37-6 Time is coming nearer when you are ready to make the move you have planned. Permanent relationships are considered, and many a promise was made during this period.


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“...nature inspired me to be an artist as a child, to respond to and record nature is just instinctual...”

When you talk to Trudy Tandberg about where her passion for art originated, it is hardly surprising that her current exhibition at Gallery 54 is titled Reflections on Nature, one of two exhibitions being presented by the artist in the Penola gallery space. “Nature inspired me to be an artist as a child, to respond to and record nature is just instinctual,” Trudy said. “They are an eclectic collection of experiences of animals I have come across, and places I have explored including the Naracoorte Caves, the Blue Lake, the Little Blue Lake and the Coorong, There are many more works that are still in progress and have yet to make it into a frame.” Trudy can trace her penchant for capturing the world around her back to her childhood and, more specifically, her father. “I come from a family of artists and I like people who creatively problem solve,” she said.

“A childhood spent with journalists and educators means I expect people to be intellectually hungry in one way or another. “As a child my father constantly drew, he drew daily for work, he drew in the holidays,” she said. “He drew our pets, our growth, our holidays, our interests. He made us pause at any given moment to photograph us and our experience. Every moment needed to be captured, recorded in a visual story. “I am the same. I take photographs daily and when not in some act of care giving or working, I draw. It is life affirming to creating art and record existence.” While Reflections on Nature is a showcase of Trudy’s personal connection to the world around her, the other exhibition is equally as close to her heart – the Flight of Memory Community Art Project. Art therapy and the role being creative can have in the lives of everyone has been a huge part of

Trudy’s work in the creative space and Flight of Memory is a prime example of that ethos. Working hand in hand with Boandik staff and residents, as well as staff and students from Melaleuca Park School, Trudy came up with community project. After a discussion with Boandik’s dementia specialist about implementing art therapy sessions at Boandik and sourcing funding from Country Arts SA, Trudy started to develop the concept, delving into the world of the rain moth. “I thought immediately of stories artists and teachers from the region had told me about rain moths, that, in the past, before their environmental decline, appeared on mass in school grounds in time for the autumn rains,” Trudy said. “Many people find it difficult to face the fluttering movement of a moth. My connecting thought was that many people in the community find it discomforting to spend time with someone

who is living through the middle to late stages of dementia. There is a cultural discomfort in these experiences—the moths’ movements, the movements of people with dementia and environmental decline issues.” And that’s how the Flight of Memory concept was born, tapping into the memory of the rain moths and also allowing Trudy to indulge her desire to tackle environmental issues. “It also allowed me to support the needs of residents and students with learning difficulties,” she said. “We could repeat learning processes, or prompt meaningful memories, to ground individuals with subject matter they identified with and in the process produce an inclusive artwork. “I believe regardless of people’s health or their learning style they need creative activity and positive interaction between generations. At Boandik the wellbeing of the residents is important and as an

artist I had the opportunity to support them. At the same time, I could give students at Melaleuca Park Primary school creative learning experiences they may otherwise not have had.” Trudy’s work in art therapy dates back to the 1990s and she is an advocate of the role it can play and the impact it can have. “When I came out of art school I volunteered to work with people with disabilities in a supported art studio in Northcote Melbourne called Arts Project Australia studio,” she said. “I have moved my skills to where they are needed at each stage of my life and now that I work in an aged care setting my creative skills are valuable to people whose lives are restricted by their health needs. “I have been lucky to be championed by forward thinking management staff at Boandik, such as Theresa Conner who is passionate about art therapy.

“... as a child my father constantly drew...he made us pause at any given moment to photograph us and our experience. Every moment needed to be captured, recorded in a visual story...” The staff at Boandik have come to support the arts enrichment programs I have implemented as their work life is dedicated to improving the wellbeing of others.” Going hand in hand with the art therapy is Trudy’s commitment to community art projects – with Flight of Memory a prime example of combining the two. “Community arts projects are important because they are about so much more than the art making,” she said. “They are projects where skills can be learned, interesting and difficult conversations had, resources found, problems solved and topical community issues promoted. In short, art is life and we are living it.” Life experience is something Trudy isn’t short on, having worked in environmental conservation, volunteer management, cultural development, then school community support initiatives, all while raising her children. “Cultural education, event management, tourism and community activity facilitation has always been part of my adult life,” she said, while also finding time for plenty of education in the art space. “I studied art at school, finished two degrees in art and design and a post graduate in curatorial skills. I find it important to be constantly challenged on how you perceive and value life. Working in the arts does that for me.” That learning also set to continue with Trudy looking to tackle a Masters of Art Therapy next year, taking on the challenge through Latrobe University. That Masters will be yet another chapter in what has already been a story with many chapters, with the move to the region five years ago, one of those key moments in Trudy’s art journey. “I came to the Limestone Coast five years ago to return to country living, to support my partner on his farm, to give my children the space to grow and find a lush home for my bantam chooks,” Trudy said. “My children and I were getting a bit cooped up in our inner city terrace. We madly miss the vibrant inner city community but are always drawn to the serenity of Brown Bay beach on a still summer day or the winter red sunrise at 5.30am over the farm. “The Limestone Coast has influenced my work greatly. The

environment here is unique. It must be something in the soil and water. I am fascinated by the aquifers, seasonal cycles and the light of Limestone Coast. The landscape colour palette is different to Victoria, more muted and yet brighter. “Since being here I have learnt a lot about farming, the local ecology, animal husbandry and the primary industries that basically support the nation. There is a design aesthetic in the work gear and equipment of rural industry that also interests me.” Trudy even secured a 2019 Limestone Coast Artist Retreat position which she used to help her understand the qualities of this region. The move to the Limestone Coast has also seen Trudy tap into the mentorship of respected local artist Diana Wiseman and the support of the Thumbprint Inc network, adding to the creative influences in her life that include Goodwin Bradbeer, Micheal Leunig, Brett Whiteley, John Wolseley, Cindy Sherman and the artists of the APY Lands including Rhoda Tjitayi and Nyunmiti Burton. The move to the Limestone Coast also saw Trudy reacquaint herself with printmaking – one of the many genres she has dabbled in over the years. “I have explored and been trained in many mediums and choose the medium to suit the visual narrative I have in mind at the time,” she said. “I currently utilise photography, printmaking, drawing, painting and textiles in my work. When you work in printmaking you are essentially a relief sculptor as well. The same applies for textiles. I have also produced digital work and land art in the recent past.” Safe to say, Trudy is here to stay, as well, having recently purchased the Suttontown Chapel with the intention for it to continue as a home for Thumbprint Workshop Inc and, in the future, as a community art space and studio. Trudy’s exhibitions at Gallery 54 opened on Friday and will be on show until September 4. Gallery 54 is in Church Street, Penola, and is open Thursday to Sunday from 10am to 3pm. Photographs by Sally O’Connor; Trudy Tandberg & Kylie Rise

Reflections on Nature - Exhibition In this body of work Trudy has explored via illustration and print the instability of the Limestone Coast geology. Her interest is in the bodies of water that cycle beneath our feet and how to conceptulise that visually on paper. The sink holes and lakes are a ‘window to the aquifer’ and are the subject of numerous cultural stories in the region. This body of work is an attempt to personally identify with and create a graphic interpretation of movement within the landscape. The sink holes, wetlands and collapsing cave structure as a subject can provoke a frightening idea of nature which is interesting to explore in two dimensional artwork. Flight of Memory – Community Arts Project The Flight of Memory project has been part of the Art Enrichment Program at Boandik Lodge Incorporated as funded by Country Arts SA - Step Out Grant - 2019. The Flight of Memory (FOM) Project involved residents from three of Boandik Lodges residential sites; two sites were involved in direct interactions with the children from Melaleuca Primary School. Melaleuca Park Primary School provided an SSO to assist on the project and Boandik Lodge provided venues, care staff, lifestyle coordinators and volunteers to help with the project. Members of Thumbprint Workshop Incorporated were able to participate in the project and add their expertise to the press printing sessions. The project involved 18 workshops at Boandik Lodge involving four students and four or more residents each session. The individual students and residents have attended depending on their availability on the day. Preparation work for the project was undertaken at the discretion of the artist Trudy Tandberg. She worked on the design of the finished artwork and its components, structured the art sessions, and produced printing plates. Thumbprint Workshop Incorporated provided assistance during printing sessions, studio space and equipment at Suttontown Chapel.







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RURAL RUNDOWN National hay awards Limestone Coast farmers in the mix for SA honours Haymakers from New South Wales, Victoria and Queensland have shared top honours in the 2021-22 Feed Central National Hay Quality Awards announced last week in Toowoomba. And while the northern States provided the major winners, two of the South Australian honourees hailed from the Limestone Coast. The feed test analysis award for lucerne went to Simon Teate of Coronary Park Proprietors at Naracoorte, while Jeremy Boddington of Binnum Farm Ent, also in Naracoorte was awarded for Coronary Park best lucerne hay visual appearance and feed test. Two of the winners, Jerome Shirley of Bunnaloo, NSW, and the Peacock Family Group from Timmering, Victoria, scored multiple successes. Mr Shirley, of Shirley Farms Pty Ltd, won both the national best vetch feed test and visual appearance awards in addition to his NSW titles. The Peacock Family Group won both the Victorian and national titles for the best lucerne feed test and visual appearance score. The Peacock Family Group was also recognised as contractors for the best vetch hay feed test analysis and visual appearance for Shirley Farms, as well as NSW best vetch visual appearance for Anthony

and Karl Bibby of Berriwillock. The other national winners were Ben and Robert Shanks, Dubbo, NSW, for the best cereal hay visual appearance score, and Mark and Barbara Mason of Mirage Land and Water, Cunnamulla, Queensland, for the best cereal hay feed test analysis. Feed Central managing director Tim Ford said that like last year, overall hay quality had been affected by the wet season. “The winners this year put in a massive effort to dodge rain and storm events to produce good quality hay under very trying conditions,” Mr Ford said. “Surprisingly, there was still some reasonable volumes of good hay produced along with a lot of downgraded hay. The market is always chasing good quality hay and the majority has sold.” Mr Ford said separate visual appearance and feed test analysis awards were important. “Feed Central and our buyers place equal importance on visual

appearance and feed tests,” he said. “Many sectors of the market seem to only measure feed tests these days, but we’re as strong as ever on the visual component. Buyers expect to see good quality and reports indicate that lower visual grade hay, even if it feed tests well, seems to cause more health and consumption issues for livestock.” The awards cover lucerne, cereal and vetch and contractors are also acknowledged alongside farmers. The awards recognise and encourage growers to aim for high quality hay. Hay listed with Feed Central in preparation for sale is inspected on-farm by a certified Feed Central inspector and is eligible for entry in the competition. More details can be found at Feed Central aims to connect buyers and sellers of fodder and buys, sells and tests hay, grain, silage, straw, by-product and fertiliser

Hamilton Market Report SHEEP & LAMBS WEDNESDAY Agents yarded 2309 at Hamilton where the quality was mixed from good to very plain, however quality was more even last week. The regular field of buyers attended together with store competition which was very restricted. Not all processers operated in a market that was firm to softer for the very good trade lambs 24kg and below 3 score with all other categories softer by $20 to $25/head. Sheep were $10 to $15/head cheaper with heavy sheep $30 softer. Light Lambs 12kg to 16kg sold from $39 to $91/head. Light trade lambs 18kg to 22kg made from $134 to $167/head averaging between 610c and 665c/kg cwt. Medium trade lambs 22kg to 26kg made from $118 to $176/head averaging around 566c to 601c/kg cwt. Heavy lambs sold to $206/head. Hoggets made to $146/head. The offering of sheep was much improved in quality but most wethers were only 1 and 2 score. Heavy cross bred ewes made to $166/head. Well covered Merino ewes made between $117 and $148/ head. Merino wethers sold from $70 to $120/head to average between 358c to 513c/kg cwt. General run of mutton sold to average between 450c and 513c/kg cwt.

Mount Gambier Market Report CATTLE Numbers rose a little as agents offered 301 liveweight and open auction cattle to a slightly smaller field of trade and processor buyers along with feeder and restocker orders. Quality was very wintry as the bulk of the yarding came forward in the cow pens with the sale selling to easier rates last week . There were no yearling steers to attract the trade with heifers making from 480c to 488c/kg with a limited supply. Feeders took the opportunity to source steers from 409c to 460c and heifers from 323c to 382c with some restocker activity from 400c to 448c/kg over both sexes. A small number of grown steers failed to attract the trade buyers as feeders operated here from 432c to 480c/kg. Grown heifers to the trade ranged from 345c to 380c with feeders active to 372c/kg as a solitary manufacturing steer made 320c/kg. Heavy cows held most of the pricing of the week before to only be 5c to 7c/kg easier as they made from 340c to 377c with the lighter types returning from 280c to 336c/kg. Bulls sold from 290c to 330c/kg.

249 Skene Road

Naracoorte Market Report - CATTLE Numbers fell away last week as agents yarded 373 head of liveweight and open auction cattle. These sold to a larger field of trade and processor buyers as some familiar faces returned to the buying group along with feeder and restocker orders. Quality was very mixed with a wintry feel over the offering as the market sold to dearer rates last week. Yearling steers to the trade made from 505c to 534c with similar heifers making from 444c to 524c/kg. Feeder sought supply from 392c to 515c on steers and from 345c to 372c on the heifers as restockers operated from 360c to 446c over both sexes. Grown steers and bullocks returned from 440c to 512c with feeders active from 435c to 510c/kg. Grown heifers made from 338c to 515c to the trade as feeders were active from 370c to 440c as a solitary manufacturing steer sold at 322c/kg. Heavy cows lifted up to 11c as they made from 338c to 376c with the lighter types making from 240c to 332c as bulls ranged from 264c to 326c/kg.

Naracoorte Market Report - SHEEP & LAMBS Numbers fell by almost half as agents yarded 1312 lambs and 672 sheep to total a combined 1984 head overall. These sold to a larger field of trade and processor buyers along with a small number of restockers. Quality was very mixed with a wide range of type and condition coming forward as the market suffered from a large fall in price with lambs dropping by $30 to $40 and sheep up to $15/head. Light lambs to the trade made from $62 to $105 as the lightweight trade types returned from $92 to $112 with a small amount of restocker activity from $59 to $96/head. Trade lambs ranged from $122 to $144/head at around the 620c/kg cwt area with the heavy pens making from $146 to $170 as the small number of extra heavy lots sold from $170 to the market high of $197/head. Light sheep made from $60 to $98 as the medium weights returned from $101 to $126 with the heavy lots selling from $130 to $150/head. Hoggets ranged from $85 to $130 with wethers returning from $106 to $114 and rams from $35 to $128/head.

AUCTION (If not sold prior)

When: Friday 16th Sep 11am Where: Port MacDonnell Football Club

249 Skene Road is on two Free-Hold Titles, containing 197.25 Ac. (79.83 Ha). Located in prime quality fattening area of Moorak/ Kongorong. Easily accessible via Skene Road, 1km south of Kongorong Road, 18 kms west of Mount Gambier. The property is divided into six paddocks, watered by two equipped mills and one dam. Flat to slightly undulating land with surface limestone reefs. The property is being offered with a 5,000 kl water holding. Lic.13043. Structural improvements consist of timber cattle yards & solar pump on dam.

Contact Owen Pettingill Phone: 0423 522 778 RLA: 170985


Beachfront and central luxury accommodation

Apollo Bay

Mount Gambier


Port Fairy

Solid brick and tile home located on the Northern outskirts of Mount Gambier. Situated on approximately 38 acres with the house providing fantastic views back over to Centenary Tower, Mount Gambier. One of 3 properties on offer which can be sold as non contingent lots. The home provides many opportunities for the extended family, with the option of a self contained, one bedroom granny flat at one end, complete with kitchen/living/dining space and separate bathroom & toilet plus its own pergola accessed from the living area. There is also a separate single car garage at this end of the house, as well as a separate study. This would then leave the Eastern end of the house as a 3 bedroom home, with two separate living rooms, bright timber kitchen/dining room which leads out to the delightful alfresco living room,

which provides the perfect space to relax and capture. All of the windows to the kitchen, dining and living rooms have internal remote controlled roller blinds and once these are open, the views are simply divine. There is gas heating at this end of the home, whilst the Eastern end is temperature controlled through split system air conditioning. The opportunities are limited only by your imagination, so have a good look at the floor plan and let your creative mind run wild! On the lower level of the Western end of the home is a double garage with separate wine cellar and a double carport. There is also a 2nd North facing pergola. Rainwater and bore water are both supplied at the property. Extra shedding includes a single Colorbond shed just behind the house, with extra storage shedding for hay and machinery located in one of the

paddocks. If this sounds like the rural dream you have been waiting for, then don’t hesitate to book your inspection today!

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26 Coolabah Street

1 Eucalypt Drive



Outstanding Investment Opportunity Fantastic returns. Strong tenant in Green Triangle Recyclers. Land size – 9,041m2 approx. Long term lease. Huge high clearance multi accessible shed of approx. 2,340m2 Plus approx. 100m2 of amenities, lunchroom & offices. Zoned – City of Mount Gambier. Well known corner site - high exposure

17 Renfrey Place





Extremely neat and tidy brick and tiled unit nestled in a quiet group. An abundance of natural light and tasteful updates throughout. Cosy lounge with reverse cycle split system, kitchen with electric cooking and two generous sized bedrooms.

Lot 105 Eight Mile Creek Road, EMC

a| 5,014m2

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Amazing opportunity to build your dream home or holiday getaway. Stunning ocean views, large allotment approx. 5,014m2. Power passing with plenty of room for a home and shedding. Hard to find seafront location near coastal township of Port MacDonnell.



$379,000-$399,000 4 1 1 Quality Lakes location in quiet cul-desac – warming elevated views. Perfect family home with two living areas plus office/4th bedroom. Close to Blue Lake and City Centre. Currently leased.




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.

$160,000 + SAV

a| 2.833 ha

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58 Milstead Street, Port MacDonnell





This coastal property is sure to appeal with an unbeatable central location and a stones throw from the sea! A deceptively large property with heaps of shedding all on low maintenance easy care grounds.


1/249 Commercial Street

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$180 pw | Available 30/09/22


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

$180 pw 1 1 • One bedroom unit with built in robes • Separate lounge • Eat in kitchen with electric cooking • Car parking space only • Short walk to the beach • No pets

Call us today for a FREE rental appraisal!




Suite 2/14 Helen Street, Mount Gambier

1/10 Bell Street, Pt Mac


1/10 Bell Street, Pt Mac


A RARE OPPORTUNITY • Land size 2.833HA - approx. 7 acres • A wonderful lifestyle opportunity awaits • In coastal township of Port MacDonnell • Rare small acreage land a stone throw from the ocean



Perfectly located alongside the hospital and only a minute or two to the Market Place this low maintenance easy care property is sure to appeal. A fantastic long term corporate tenant paying $435 p/w makes this an easy set and forget investment. The property comes fully furnished.

792 Springs Road, Port MacDonnell

A long established business perfect for a family or partnership. Great trading figures. High exposure location and strong client base. Buyer group security and diverse range of products. Speak to agent for further details.


2/11 Allison Street

12 Lake Terrace West

Hurst Camera House


$369,000-$379,000 4 1 1 A home that has plenty to offer and is sure to impress. Many upgrades have been made over time - there is a large bonus second living area and convenient rear yard access. All ready for you to simply move in and enjoy.



Avail Now Commercial • Approximately 187m2 • Concrete floor • Roller door clearance approximately 3.9m • Sliding door clearance approximately 4.3m • Available now

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$299,000 - $319,000

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Sarah Barney 0407 714 354



287 Jennings Road, Tantanoola



1/49 Shepherdson Road, Mt Gambier

Malcolm Lewis 0429 009 072








24 O’Loughlin Street, Nangwarry


Sarah Barney 0407 714 354

Lot 18 Calula Drive, Mt Gambier

LAND | 5,910m



Malcolm Lewis 0429 009 072

10 Marlow Crescent, Mt Gambier






WHY STRESS ABOUT BUILD WAIT TIMES, THIS ONE IS READY! - Modern 3-bed, 2-bath property in a newly developed pocket of Mount Gambier - Light-filled open-plan kitchen, dining and living extending to the outdoor alfresco and low maintenance backyard - Deluxe main bathroom complete with separate shower and bathtub - Large family-friendly laundry - Feature packed kitchen - Double car garage with automatic panel-lift roller door - Highly desirable rear yard access wide enough for the biggest of boats or caravans - Currently leased to a fantastic long-term tenant at $320 Per week $429,000 - $449,000

Malcolm Lewis 0429 009 072

4 Radley Court, Mt Gambier






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22 Mickail Court, Mt Gambier




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7 Krummel Street, Mt Gambier


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FOR SALE E.O.I Closing 8th Aug 5pm (unless sold prior) 57 Bertha Street, Mount Gambier SA 5290 Contact: Brenton Leggett 0438 344 042

Approx Land Size: 1,433m2


• SAL Real Estate Mount Gambier is thrilled to offer for sale this stunning property located in the highly sought after Lakes Location • Located on a double allotment and constructed of stone, the home is currently comprised as 4 large bedrooms, (the master with walk in robe and ensuite) • North facing kitchen/ living area with 2 pak kitchen cabinetry and Miele dishwasher • Well appointed office



• • • • • •


FOR SALE $249,000

FOR SALE $210,000

1 Honan Street, Mount Gambier SA 5290

2/1 Daniel Street, Mount Gambier SA 5290

Contact: Vicki Quinn 0417 804 782

Contact: Vicki Quinn 0417 804 782

Approx Land Size: 720m2




SAL Real Estate is pleased to offer for sale this Mount Gambier Stone home located on a corner allotment. Comprised as 3 bedrooms, 1 with built in robes Large lounge with new ambient gas log heater Separate toilet from the bathroom with shower over bath Country style kitchen with electric cooking and space for a dishwasher Currently leased at $240 per week until 7/2/2023

Approx Land Size: 300m2 • • • • • •

FOR SALE $295,500

FOR SALE $479,000

83A Jubilee Highway East, Mount Gambier SA 5290

5 Waterhouse Street, Mount Gambier SA 5290

Contact: Vicki Quinn 0417 804 782

Contact: Vicki Quinn 0417 804 782




Approx Land Size: 863m2

$22,000 | Available Now

Office space for lease – 3 offices, spacious reception waiting room plus rear boardroom with kitchen facilities



4/10 Henty Street, Mt Gambier




$265 pw | Available 25/08

2/20 Hart Street, Mt Gambier




$265 pw | Available Now

7/14 Doughty Street, Mt Gambier




$295 pw | Available Now

22 Currawong Crescent, Mt Gambier




$420 pw | Available Now

3/2 Jardine Street, Mt Gambier




$560 pw | Available Now

23 Gray Street, Mount Gambier



$160 pw | Available 31/08

3/6 Lake Terrace West, Mt Gambier

Fully furnished executive townhouse





80A Commercial Street West, Mt Gambier

Beautiful family home


• Currently comprised as 2 separate living quarters • UNIT 1 - Gorgeous 2 pak kitchen with generous cupboard space and elect cooking, Open plan dining area with cosy gas heating and separate lounge, 3 spacious bedrooms • UNIT 2 - 2 bedrooms, one with an ensuite, walk in robe and wall to wall robes ,Cute kitchen/ dining.


Fully furnished, centrally located



• SAL Real Estate is pleased to offer for sale this 3 bedroom home located a short walk from the City Centre • Constructed of Mount Gambier stone the property is currently lease until 10/4/2023 @ $300 per week. • The home is comprised of a large lounge room with cosy wood heating, Timber kitchen with electric cooktop, wall oven and walk in pantry. Bathroom with separate shower/bath/toilet

3 bedroom unit with split system


Deceivingly spacious 2 bedroom unit The main bedroom is huge with built in robes Large lounge with split system reverse cycle heating cooling unit and slow combustion heating Roomy bathroom with separate bath/shower and toilet Eat in Kitchen with electric cooking Garage under main roof with remote roller door


Approx Land Size: 1,137m2


• Decadent lounge & dining, warmed with an ambient gas log heater with “Ambassador Stone” surround • Gorgeous outdoor entertaining with views over the city centre and zip trak all weather blinds • The sparkling gas heated swimming pool is sure to make your home the centre of Summer entertaining • Complete with a Hampton’s inspired pool house what more could you want? • 3 vehicle garage at the rear of the home plus 20,000 litres of rain water





Approx Land Size: 766m2 • • • • •

FOR SALE $375,000 - $385,000 106 Shepherdson Road, Mount Gambier SA 5290 Contact: Vicki Quinn 0417 804 782




3 of the 4 bedrooms all feature quality built in robes Spacious formal lounge with split system reverse cycle heating cooling Renovated main bathroom with sep bath shower and toilet Open Plan Kitchen/Dining with timber cabinetry electric cooktop and wall oven At the rear of the home is a 2nd bathroom, fourth bedroom and second living area/family room also with a split system reverse cycle unit

RLA: 1811

(08) 8725 6666


unlocking dreams A: 22 Sturt Street, Mount Gambier P: 08 8723 3416

Lot 100 Worrolong Road, Worrolong



RLA 282 450

22 Hilltop Avenue, Mount Gambier New



EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST CLOSING FRIDAY 26TH OF AUGUST AT 12 NOON (IF NOT SOLD PRIOR) WOW first impressions are EVERYTHING! Cleverly designed kitchen overlooks the dining & family areas with further viewing out to the alfresco & back yard. Master bedroom suite takes advantage of the resort like outlook with its own access door to outside. The ensuite bathroom is every bit luxe featuring a large shower and dual basins. Huge high clearance shed 12 x 6 metres complete with some BI bench space, toilet with hand basin & 3 phase power. Commercial size three phase ducted r/c air conditioning system heats & cools the home. The high-end quality finishings & extras that this home offers is more value than meets the eye.

- An opportunity to purchase approx. 55.84 acres on the northern outskirts of Mount Gambier - One of 3 properties on offer which can be sold as non-contingent lots - Fantastic location within minutes to the city of Mount Gambier - The neighbouring 38 acre property with 4 bedrooms is also on the market providing endless opportunities - Register your interest so you don’t miss out!


E.O.I Contact Sara McManus 0438 708 281 or Al Lamond 0418 849 266

509 Cafpirco Road, Compton

E.O.I Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266 or Gail Richards 0409 268 199










- Situated on approximately 38 acres with fantastic views back over to Centenary Tower - Home provides many options for the extended family, with a self contained, one bedroom granny flat - Eastern end of the home has 3 bedrooms, with two separate living rooms, bright timber kitchen/ dining room which leads out to the delightful alfresco living room - One of 3 properties on offer which can be sold as non contingent lots 4 2 7 Contact Sara McManus 0438 708 281 or Al Lamond 0418 849 266 81 BAILEY ROAD, TARPEENA



A home with acreage is quite trendy particularly for families wanting space around them. On offer is approx. 2.5 acres with a generous size solid stone home, various shedding, bore & a lot more. Main house consisting of three bedrooms, main with BIR, semi open plan eat in kitchen with electric cooking & modern looking laminate cabinetry & lounge room with slow combustion wood heater + R/C air conditioner, main bathroom with separate bath & shower, rear sunroom with access to large laundry & toilet + an external single stone garage converted to another bedroom. Double length carport connected to the house. Large lock up stone shed, big hay shed, with other smaller shedding. The land is predominantly one large paddock, however there is some smaller fenced off house yards. The house has solar panels & bore.


$449,000-$489,000 Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266 2 LINK ST, MT GAMBIER




3/17 SHEPHERDSON RD, MT GAMBIER $439,000-$479,000


- Solid brick & tile home on an approx. 808m2 lot - Lounge with r/c air conditioner & feature timber mantle - Open plan kitchen/dining with electric cooking - Extra wide single garage with electric roller door, concrete floors & lighting Gail Richards 0409 268 199





- Upstairs offers stunning open concept living with jarrah floors & white gloss finish kitchen - Featuring 3 bedrooms, 2 with generous WIR’s and the 3rd with BIR’s - Double car garage with remote access & internal entry Al Lamond 0418 849 266




E.O.I CLOSING THURSDAY 25TH OF AUGUST 2022 AT 12PM (IF NOT SOLD PRIOR) Located on the outskirts of the Tarpeena township, only 20 minutes drive from Mt Gambier Fenced into 2 paddock, offering a corner allotment with windmill & featuring a new bore Zoned Rural, this property provides a quiet country setting for a family looking to build their dream home (S.T.P.C.) LAND

Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266 10 LEMANA CRT, MT GAMBIER $369,000-$399,000 FRESHLY PAINTED INTERIOR

- Featuring 3 bedrooms, main with ensuite & additional bedrooms with BIRs - Spacious lounge room plus kitchen/dining with electric cooking & WI pantry - R/c ducted heating & cooling will keep a comfortable temperature all year round Gail Richards 0409 268 199




27/184 JUBILEE HWY W, MT GAMBIER $227,000-$237,000

- Open plan living with r/c s/s air conditioning - 2 bedrooms both with BIR’s - The perfect investment property to add to your portfolio - Independent Rental Appraisal at $260-$270 p/w

Al Lamond 0418 849 266




SERVICING THE GREATER LIMESTONE COAST + WESTERN VICTORIA 1 Wehl Street South, Mount Gambier 08 8724 9999 98 George Street, Millicent 8733 1989



COMING SOON “Glendale” 3306 Princes Highway, Drumborg Auction Friday 12th August 2022 at 12pm (AEST - Onsite)

125 acres (approx) Jason Malseed


357 Commercial Street West, Mt Gambier $2,300,000

157 Bahgallah Road, Casterton $755,000 - $775,000

11,000m2 (approx) Jason Malseed

8.5 acres (approx)


2 7 Karyn Prelc

Open Saturday


2 2 Jason Malseed


Sand Mine, Comaum $550,000

12.26ha approx up to 10m deep Jason Malseed

44 Forest Drive, Happy Valley Highest & Best by 17th Aug (u.s.p)


2 6 Karyn Prelc

2A Clarke Street, Penola Highest & Best by 8th Aug 5pm (u.s.p)


1 3 Karyn Prelc

3/33 Shelton Street, Mt Gambier $250,000 - $270,000


1 1 Jason Malseed

Open Sunday

10.30am - 11.00am

2.00pm - 2.15pm

14 Cobb & Co Way, Robe Contact Agent

7 Eight Mile Creek Road, Port MacDonnell $540,000 - $570,000

Kalangadoo 20 acres (approx) Auction Fri 9th Sep 2022 at 2pm


3,762m2 (approx)


2 2 Karyn Prelc

2 10 Wendy Flint

Jason 0419 032 795

Bronwyn 8724 9999

Wendy 0468 692 993

Karyn 0402 268 137

Kelli 8724 9999

39 Montebello Drive, Mt Gambier Contact Agent

Kathy 8733 1989


2 6 Jason Malseed

Bek 8724 9999

Selena 8724 9999

Sam 8724 9999

15 Elm Grove, Lobethal $635,000 - $665,000


2 3 Jason Malseed

1 Ireland Street, Millicent $300,000


1 1 Wendy Flint


1-5/8 Powell Street, Mt Gambier Highest & Best by 5pm 18th Aug (u.s.p)

12 Tobruk Avenue, Robe Contact Agent


5 5 Wendy Flint


1 2 Karyn Prelc

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CEO says farewell Shire chief ready to move on after eight years Greg Burgoyne will officially say farewell, after announcing his resignation as CEO of the Glenelg Shire last week. Mr Burgoyne will leave the organisation after more than a decade of service, with roles in Corporate Services before being appointed chief executive in 2014. A Portland local born and bred, Mr Burgoyne has been a recognisable and reliable source of leadership for the community during his tenure, bringing his wealth of financial and strategic knowledge from his previous roles with the Australian Taxation Office and Shell. Glenelg Shire Mayor Cr Anita Rank thanked Mr Burgoyne for his dedication to the community, with his successful advocacy efforts resulting in a recent funding windfall for some of the shire’s most landmark projects, including the transformation of the Portland Foreshore and Cape Bridgewater. “After 10 years of dedicated service with the Glenelg Shire Council, Mr Greg Burgoyne is resigning from the position of Chief Executive Officer.” Mayor Rank said. “His extraordinary service has led the organisation through a period


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of rapid growth and change. “He is to be congratulated on his achievements and implementation of a strategic direction that will see the organisation prosper well into the future. “At last Tuesday’s Council meeting, Councillors regrettably accepted the CEO’s resignation and signed off on a recruitment process that will see a replacement early in the new year. “We wish Greg well and thank him for his leadership, integrity, and guidance.” Mr Burgoyne will stay in his role until a replacement is secured.





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ENGINEERING MAINTENANCE MANAGER What do you want in your next job? • Job security • Growing and diverse company • Australian-owned private company • A great team environment • Competitive salary with annual salary reviews At Borg, we tick all of these boxes. About us Borg is an innovative and progressive multi-disciplined company within the Manufacturing, Engineering, Construction and Building industry. We boast a strong and ever growing team with over 2,000 employees Australia wide. As one of the largest and fast growing manufacturing companies in Australia, we can offer job security and long term career opportunities. About the role For this full time, permanent position, we are seeking an experienced and driven Engineering Maintenance Manager to lead our team of Fitters, Fabricators, Electricians, and apprentices. Managing all maintenance, preventative maintenance and breakdown responses, the role would ideally suit someone who is hands on in their ability to ensure the continual operation and effectiveness of all plant and equipment across our manufacturing facilities. In this role you will be responsible for: • Liaising with the Production Managers and Supervisors on a daily basis to understand key issues, priorities and actions • Monitoring and assigning resources as required to complete tasks • Coordinating and managing contractors on site • Overseeing the management of the maintenance stores and stock holding • Driving the prioritising of all maintenance and activities so that high cost / high impact problems are addressed first • Sharing a common commitment and dedication to achieve a cost effective maintenance outcome • Running and overseeing small site capital projects • Overseeing the coordination of the mechanical maintenance team to ensure preventative maintenance tasks are scheduled and completed • Reviewing and ensuring critical spares are identified and arrangements made to ensure availability • Continually reviewing scheduled maintenance against completed tasks • Being available for call-ins as required to ensure continual operation of the facility • Ensuring the implementation of safety and quality assurance practices into all repairs and maintenance activities and efficiently manage corrective actions • Managing planned and breakdown maintenance activities to reduce downtime through the use of maintenance plans, performance measurement, and ongoing improvement plans • Developing, monitoring and implementing plans for the replacement of end of life assets and improvement in plant reliability and performance • Establishing, communicating and monitoring safety standards and lead corrective action in areas of risk • Leading others through coaching, delegation and recognition • Implementing strategies to identify people issues, reduce staff turnover and ensure labour cost base is the most productive, efficient and competitive About you As our preferred candidate, you will have: • Tertiary certification in Mechanical Engineering or related field • 5+ years’ experience in a maintenance management role • Experience with large manufacturing facilities • Experience in planning maintenance operations • Practical understanding of industrial equipment including hydraulics, pneumatics, pumps and electrical systems • Proficiency in the use of Computerised Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS), preferably Mainpac • An innovative, driven and action orientated approach • An ability to demonstrate high level planning, organisation and implementation skills • Proactive in resolving engineering and management issues if they arise • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills • Outstanding leadership abilities To be successful, you must be motivated and be willing to put in the effort to complete the role to the high standard required. Attention to detail is paramount. As part of the selection process, applicants must be prepared to undergo a pre-employment medical examination which includes functional, audiometric, vision, drug and alcohol testing.

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Join us in walking the talk when it comes to supporting our customers, giving back, and making our communities a better place to live. As a Customer Service Officer, you will The Administration Officer is primarily responsible for be the face of Community Bank Mount Gambier, invoicing NDIS participants who access Miroma Inc’s performing a key role in our vision to be Australia’s most services. Tasks will include the preparation of invoices on customer connected bank. You will be given the support the NDIS portal and through MYOB and liaising with Plan you need to do what you do best – listening to customers Managers. Another focus of this position is the finalization and using your skills to help them with transactions, of staff timesheets for payment on a fortnightly basis. This provide education on our online platforms and tools, role will also field incoming telephone calls, receiving and the bank’s products and services, and assist directing visitors, word processing, as may be required and them to achieve their financial goals. other general administrative tasks and responsibilities as directed. There’s so much more to a career with Bendigo Bank than just banking. This position reports directly to the Executive Officer. You bring your brilliant mind, and we’ll help you take your To request a Job and Person Specification please contact learning to the next level with on-the-job training and Anneliese Bates on 8725 0681 or email external development opportunities - we want you to Applications close on shine. Monday, August 15th at 5.00 p.m. After all, YOU are the difference that makes us the better big bank. Visit to find out more or to submit your application, quote reference number 933132. Applications close on Sunday, 21 August 2022.

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Casual Senior Sales Staff member We are looking for a Senior Sales Staff member for our team. Approximately 15- 20 hours a week. Must have: • A great personality and smile. • Ability to work independently and in a small team. • Love fresh bread and able to work in a fast paced environment. • Have great personal presentation. • Pride with cash handling and customer service skills. Flexible hours of work between 7am and 7pm weekdays.

Apprentice Baker We are also looking for a Full Time 1st year Apprentice Baker Must have: • Have a passion for baking. • A positive attitude and thrive in a team environment. • Have basic literacy and numeracy skills. • Be reliable and committed to the role. • Be available for early mornings and some weekends. Our Bakers are responsible for: • Baking and presenting quality product to meet our customers needs. • Maintaining the cleanliness and safety of the bakery. • Learning new skills and products. • Providing delightful customer service. If this sounds like you please drop your resume to Bakers Delight Commercial Street by 11/8/22 or email

Senior Parts Interpreter & Parts Interpreter Traineeship Noel Barr Toyota is seeking a self motivated individual to join our Parts and Service Administration Team as a Senior Parts Interpreter or Parts Interpreter Trainee. The successful applicant will have on the job training for the purchasing and selling of genuine and aftermarket parts, stock control and parts administration. The successful applicant must possess the following: • Computer Literacy • Basic knowledge and/or interest in the automotive industry • Ability to work productively under limited supervision as well as harmoniously in a team environment • Excellent organisational skills Senior Parts Interpreter wages will be structured based on experience and suitability. Both male and female applicants are encouraged to apply for the role/s. If you have an interest in the automotive industry and are looking for an exciting career opportunity, apply by emailing your resume to our Service Manager, Glenn Wright


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Boandik Community Care An opportunity exists to join a cohesive team as a part-time Case Manager with Boandik Community Care, based in the Mount Gambier office. Boandik Community Care provides home care services to older people and people living with disability across the Limestone Coast. We are committed to providing individualised services that enable clients to live as they choose, in their own home. We encourage applications from people who: • Have effective communication skills • Have empathy and understanding for all people • Have sound IT and administration skills including use of Microsoft programs • Work effectively in a team and independently • Are motivated and able to organise and prioritise their work Qualifications and experience in case management, service coordination and/or nursing is desirable but not essential. Some out of hours on-call work may apply. A driver’s licence is essential. Enquiries and/or applications, containing the details of 2 referees can be directed to: Human Resource Manager, Boandik 101 Lake Terrace East MOUNT GAMBIER SA 5290 E: P: 08 8725 7377 Applications close Friday 12th August 2022.

ICT Support Officer Salary Range $63,824 - $66,486 pa Applications are invited for the position of a fulltime ICT Support Officer. The position is responsible for supporting the College’s ICT systems, including hardware, software, applications, audio-visual equipment and associated support services. Experience in a school environment is desirable but not essential. The successful applicant will be supportive of the Christian ethos of the College and contribute to the wider school community through interaction with staff, students, families, visitors, contractors and suppliers. This will be offered as either a permanent position or for a fixed 12-month contract, to be negotiated with the successful applicant. Applications, including a cover letter, resume and contact details for at least two referees, should be submitted in PDF format via email by 7 August 2022. A copy of the job description can be found on the College website at

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Tense finish on the road Pioneers men & women go down to the wire The Castec Rural Supplies Mount Gambier Pioneers Men have won an arm wrestle contest against the Bendigo Braves - a crucial road win that saw the men come from a two point three quarter time deficit to take the victory 91-86. Kuany Kuany led Bendigo and the game with 31 points, while Sidy Mohamed Djitte had a 15 point 14 rebound double double,

However, Mount Gambier had five players in double figures, led by Michael Harris (picturd below) with 23 points, and the more even contribution across the floor got the job done. Nick Marshall was again important as well with 21 points. It was a different story for the OneFortyOne Mount Gambier Pioneers Women, who after surviving plenty of close contests throughout the season, went down this time to the Braves by three points. The Pioneers got off to a flyer and led by 10 points at the first change but that was back to a one point lead by the half as the Braves fouinf thier mojo. A tight second half ensued but the Mount Gambier girls were jsut unabnle to regain the lead, going down by three points, 78-81. Cassidy McLean led Bendigo with 26 points, while Abigail Wehrung flirted with a tripledouble - 20 points, nine rebounds and eight assists. Cassandra Brown (right) was Mount Gambier’s top scorer with 20, with hannah Young putting up 19 points and Shakera Reilly, 16.

Hunt still the hunted Smaller field at Mount Gambier Golf Club stableford Last Wednesday on a cold and wintery day only a small field of 19 lady golfers participated in a stableford event. Country Week, iIllness and holidays contributed to the low numbers. It was heavy underfoot with fast greens, however, the course was set up in a friendly manner. It has been very common to see Rosalie Hunt’s name in the winners circle and once again she led the field with a fine score of two under her handicap of 38 points. Rosalie playing off a 27 handicap recorded a great birdiefive three pointers. Her split was front nine 18 points and back nine 20 points for 38 points. In good form once again Sue Coulter (handicap 25) took out second placing, playing one under her handicap, with 37 points. Sue had 20 points on the front nine and 17 points back nine and carded five three pointers in her round. Sue and Rosalie did not have a wipeout on their cards. Third placing went to Helen McIntyre (handicap 19) having 14 points front nine and 18 points on the back nine. Helen also recorded seven three pointers including six par holes. Only two balls were distributed to players and the recipients were Kate McCormick and Denise Harvey. Speciality prizes of the day were awarded to Denise Harvey – three

balls for the pro shot on the Par 3 8th Hole and 2nd shot on the Par 3 6th Hole to B Grade, Yvonne Shirley and C Grade, Jess Parsons. The Kathy Ewer special prize went to A Grade player Denise Harvey. This week the 4th and Final Round of the Hudson Plumbing and Roofing Stableford Round will be contested. STABLEFORD PODIUM: Winner Rosalie Hunt, second placed Sue Coulter & third placed Helen McIntyre.


Table tennis returns for winter The Mount Gambier Table Tennis Winter 2022 Season got underway last week. The 2022 Winter season has been organised into three grades, with teams comprising of three players. The A Grade kicked off with Team 1, led by Leigh Barry, taking on Ronald Reid’s Team 2. Reid’s team skipped out to a commanding 4-1 early lead, before Barry’s team mounted a late charge. In the end however, Reid’s team scraped home to record a narrow 6-5 victory. Barry did his best to lift his team to victory, keeping his singles sheet clean. The second A Grade contest saw Justin Hutchesson’s Team 3 lock horns with Sirinat Sweet’s Team 4. Team 3 took control early and never relented, ultimately cruising to a comfortable 7-4 win. Sweet kept her singles record clean, but she had little support from her teammates against an even team effort from Hutchesson, Ian Conlin and Felix Owusu. It was a similar story in the third A-Grade encounter of the night, Ben Newman and Kevin Patzel both keeping their singles sheets clean to guide Team 5 to a 7-4 win against Bill-John Watson’s Team 6. In the B Grade, Luke Bremner’s Team 1 outclassed Hailee Barnes’ Team 2, dominating from the outset to run away with a 9-2 triumph. Both Bremner and Doug Megaw recorded clean sheets fro the victors. The other B Grade matchup saw Raylene Hutchesson’s Team 3 take on Alex McGregor’s Team 4. McGregor was the best performer for his team, but a clean sheet from Hutchesson gave Team 3 the 7-4 victory. In the C Grade, Alex Laube’s Team 6 recorded a strong 8-3 victory over Andrew Schubert’s Team 1. Laube kept his singles sheet clean, while teammate Mark Devaney also performed well. Schubert was best player for Team 1. The second C-Grade match had Mark Bachmann’s Team 7 completely dominate Jacob Ireland’s team 3 from the outset enroute to a 9-2 annihilation. The final C-Grade encounter of the night saw a modified 2-on-2 clash between Nathaniel Harris-Jones’ Team 2 and Deakin Lofthouse’s Team 4. Lofthouse and Mike Hosszu were far too good for Harris-Jones and Lenny Fox, skipping out to an unassailable 4-0 lead before Harris-Jones pegged back a consolation victory for his team to salvage a 4-1 result. 3-rubber winners: • A Grade: Leigh Barry (Team 1), Sirinat Sweet (Team 4), Ben Newman, Kevin Patzel (Team 5) • B Grade: Luke Bremner, Doug Megaw (Team 1), Rayelene Hutchesson (Team 3). • C Grade: Alex Laube (Team 6), Mark Bachmann (Team 7), Mike Hosszu (Team 4).

KNT Football SENIORS Mundulla 7.13 (55) Kybybolite 5.9 (39) Goals - No details available. Best - Mundulla: Darcy King, Jacob Grosser, Devon Ridgway, Dylan Mosey, William Nankivell, Tim Ballinger. Kybybolite: William Russell, James Bittner, Thomas Jennings, William Thorp, Sean Munn, Callum Masters Kingston 7.7 (49) Padthaway 4.10 (34) Goals - No details available. Best - Kingston: William Watts, Campbell Watts, Ben Rogers, Ben Warner, Jack Tapfield. Padthaway: Thomas Cooper, Will Rivers, Tom Moyle-Read, Joshua Miller, James Alexander, Will Verco Bordertown 14.14 (98) Penola 9.14 (68) Goals - No details available. Best - Bordertown: Lochie Eats, Rory Tink, Tom Neville, Jacob Eats, Hayden Shuttleworth, Mitchell Dahlitz. Penola: Bradley Merrett, Brock Egan, Scott Merrett, Bradley Bryant, Zac Deane, Damien Wenham Keith 16.10 (106) Naracoorte 11.11 (77) Goals - No details available. Best - Keith: William McMurray, Louis Green, Jack Jones, George Thring, Lewis Hender, Jonathon Wilson. Naracoorte: Rory Taggert, Josh Gregg, Keenan Jacobs, James MacDonald, Nicholas Lacey, Dylan Albrecht Lucindale 15.12 (102) Border Districts 8.4 (52) Goals No details available. Best - No details available. RESERVES Kingston 8.9 (57) d Padthaway 7.11 (53) Lucindale 28.12 (180) d Border Districts 1.0 (6) Penola 9.7 (61) d Bordertown 6.8 (44) Keith 8.10 (58) d Naracoorte 5.4 (34) KKybybolite 12.5 (77) d Mundulla 7.11 (53) SENIOR COLTS Bordertown 15.8 (98) d Penola 4.4 (28) Naracoorte 18.13 (121) d Keith 4.3 (27) Kybybolite 10.13 (73) d Mundulla 5.2 932) Padthaway/Lucindale 10.13 (73) d Kingston 1.1 (7) JUNIOR COLTS Kybybolite 11.15 (81) d Mundula 1.3 (9) Padthaway/Lucindale 7.5 (47) d Border Districts 4.3 (27) Naracoorte 10.6 (66) d Keith 0.2 (2) Bordertown 8.4 (52) d Penola 2.4 (16)


KNT Netball A GRADE Kybybolite 72 (M Hole, G Maggi) d Mundulla 60 (P Marra, K Hinge) Border Districts 47 (K Moyle-Read, P Moyle-Read) d Lucindale 40 (H Ogilvie, H Smart); Penola 57 (B Klemm, T Millard) d Bordertown 42 (L Murch, C Langley); Keith 54 (F Evans, W Smith) d Naracoorte 38 (A Bennier, C Burke) A RESERVE Kybybolite 40 (S Maber, L Sandercock) d Mundulla 35 (T Hillier, C Sippel); Border Districts 52 (A Haynes, E Pretlove) d Lucindale 39 (E McWaters, C Weaver) Penola 47 (K Honner, T McKeon) d Bordertown 46 (S Diment, A Fuentes); Naracoorte 54 (K Mott, B Harris) d Keith 51 (B Clark, P Pado) B GRADE Kybybolite 50 (T Taylor, G Romer) drew Mundulla 50 (K Couzner, A Hood); Border Districts 44 (E Adams, B Smith) d Lucindale 29 (C Gogel, T Male); Penola 64 (T Galpin, J Blackmore) d Bordertown 43 (S Hinge, E Orrock); Naracoorte 60 (S Gibbs, S Limbert) d Keith 28 (G Langley, C Nicolai); Padthaway 49 (S Dolling, G Hext) d Kingston 46 (B Lucas, L Baker) C GRADE Kybybolite 46 (D Moreland, E Bell) d Mundulla 40 (A Grosser, C Svillans) Border Districts 49 (E Clark, L Michelmore) d Lucindale 30 (A Davies, M Clothier); Bordertown 35 (E Ballinger, K Schutz) d Penola 33 (A Auld, E Hutchesson); Naracoorte 51 (M Pretlove, L Gill) d Keith 29 (J Turnbull, A Hannaford); Padthaway 46 (K Carter, E Attwood) d Kingston 37 (S Moore, T Murdock) DIVISION ONE Border Districts 57 (K Rata, M Chenhall) d Lucindale 28 (L Volker, J Wachtel); Penola 65 (T Porter, E Manarangi) d Bordertown 20 (E Jozeps, C Twigden); Naracoorte 45 (L Midwinter, B Foster) d Keith 40 (T Jones, M Llewellyn) DIVISION TWO Kybybolite 43 (A Williams, K Miller) d Mundulla 26 (A Rowett, M Mead) Keith 49 (K Dick, P Rayson) d Naracoorte 47 (B Foster, E ModraRyan); Kingston 65 (A Mules, L Harrison) d Padthaway 56 (A Frick, E Fretwell) DIVISION THREE Border Districts 53 (G Mahney, M Batson) d Lucindale 18 (C Hocking, L Wilkin); Bordertown 43 (E Barras, H Steuart) d Penola 14 (E Skeer, G McCarthy); Keith 57 (A McAuley, H Altus) d Naracoorte 33 (Z East, L Pretlove) 13 & UNDER A Kybybolite 32 (P Wardle, E Tierney) d Mundulla 22 (W Durbridge, O Excell); Border Districts 32 (I Mahney, M Mueller) d Lucindale 15 (G Williams, L Wilkin); Bordertown 27 (Z Harvey, M; Richards) d Penola 7 (W Zadow, M Williams); Naracoorte 40 (G Midwinter, A Woosnam) d Keith 39 (E Makin, I Smart); Padthaway 28 (L Grist, L Tiver) d Kingston 8 (A Rasheed, C Pink) 13 & UNDER B Mundulla 11 (E Kay, M OttosonCrossling) d Kybybolite 4 (L Wiese, L Bennett); Lucindale 21 (R Williams, G Eddy) d Border Districts 5 (O Unger, I Unger); Bordertown 22 (L Harvey, E Twigden) d Penola 2 (E Gosse, A Briggs); Keith 16 (M Kolb, P Makin) d Naracoorte 14

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A GRADE West Gambier 77 (T. Bryant, A. Cram) d South Gambier 39 (S. Wight, R. Richter); North Gambier 72 (M. Griffith, C. Wakefield) d Casterton Sandford 26 (M. Cleary, C. Humphries); Millicent 51 (T. Sanderson, L. Duldig) d East Gambier 45 (T. McCallum, A. Bosko) A RESERVE West Gambier 50 (T. Wilson-Smith, RE. Langford) d South Gambier 35 (M. Burley, J. O’Neil); North Gambier 50 (C. Nulty, A. Pitson) d Casterton Sandford 45 (G. Tomkins, M. Rice); East Gambier 38 (S. McKinnon, B. Hicks) d Millicent 24 (E. Easterby, D. Tunkin) B GRADE South Gambier 56 (G. Dalton, S. Auld) d West Gambier 26 (B. Jackway, M. Milich); North Gambier 49 (N. Fox, A. Ashby) d Casterton Sandford 34 (K. Harvey, T. Knight); Millicent 58 (K. Coghlan, T. Verbena) d East Gambier 24 (T. Waters, S. McLean) C GRADE South Gambier 54 (M. Dalton, T. Bonney) d West Gambier 24 (E. Pollock, O. James); North gambier 45 (Z. Jones, T. Fleming) d Casterton Sandford 19 (B. Parsons, T. Mutch); East Gambier 34 (K. Gaffney, S. James) drew with Millicent 34 (K. Patton, C. Pratt) 17 & UNDER South Gambier 84 (E. Bouchier, L. Munro) d West Gambier 24 (A. Pearson, S. Clayton); Casterton Sandford 44 (E. Jarrad, C. Foster) d North Gambier 30 (C. Mackereth, A. Coon); Millicent 83 (P. Venn, L. Paul) d East Gambier 19 (J. Davis, K. Nelson)) 15 & UNDER A West Gambier 34 (L. Simpson, T. Lindner) d South Gambier 21 (G. Dalton, S. Bartlett); North Gambier 59 (M. Griffith, S. Brown) d Casterton Sandford 24 (B. Carlin, C. Hulm); Millicent 52 (E. Easterby, J. Lucas) d East Gambier 8 (A. Lines, C. Crute) 15 & UNDER B West Gambier 32 (Z. Sugden, A. Judd) d South Gambier 26 (C. Attiwill, S. Hobson); North gambier 39 (M. Wells, T. McEachern) d Casterton Sandford 33 (C. Hulm, A. Luers); East Gambier 27 (E. Chittleborough, S. Clark) d Millicent 19 (B. Watson, P. Thorne) 13 & UNDER A West Gambier 57 (A. Allen, S. Linder) d South Gambier 7 (T. Sims, Z. Cole); North Gambier 66 (R. Darimaani, M. Human) d Casterton Sandford 5 (Y. Grigg, M. Rees); Millicent 61 (A. Gysbers, A. Dean) d East Gambier 10 (I. Stratford, T. Kemp) 13 & UNDER B West Gambier 29 (E. Povey, C. Hunter) d South Gambier 5 (E. Merchant, L. Noonan); Casterton Sandford 35 (M. Robbins, Y. Grigg) d North Gambier 26 (C. Grivell, P. Lucas); Millicent 29 (E. Matthews, O. Thorne) d East Gambier 7 (S. McCracken, A. Olsen) 11 & UNDER South Gambier 17 (E. Scotland, C. Carson) drew with West Gambier 17 (J. Disher, P. Bonney-Dawson); North Gambier 16 (I. Renko, A. Kamphius) d Casterton Sandford 12 (S. Winchester, R. James); Millicent 27 (P. Johnson, L. Sunderland) d East Gambier 2 (A. Perry, A. Lamont)

MSE Netball A GRADE Robe 56 d Port MacDonnell 44; Kalangadoo 52 d Nangwarry 36; Tantanoola 73 d Kongorong 39; Glencoe 51 d Hatherleigh 41 A RESERVE Robe 40 d Port MacDonnell 28; Kalangadoo 66 d Nangwarry 50; Kongorong 50 d Tantanoola 21; Hatherleigh 48 d Glencoe 40 B GRADE Kalangadoo 69 d Nangwarry 23; Kongorong 46 d tantanoola 39; Glencoe 56 d Hatherleigh 40 B RESERVE Port MacDonnell 62 d Robe 24; Kalangadoo 88 d Nangwarry 3; Tantanoola 49 d Kongorong 30; Hatherleigh 42 d Glencoe 34 17 & UNDER Port macDonnell 57 d Robe 36; Kalangadoo 53 d Nangwarry 22; Tantanoola 44 d Kongorong 29; Hatherleigh 40 d Glencoe 29 15 & UNDER Robe 40 d Port MacDonnell 26; Kalangadoo 85 d Nangwarry 10; Kongorong 35 d Tantanoola 20; Hatherleigh 57 d Glencoe 30 13 & UNDER Port MacDonnell 46 d Robe 17; kalangadoo 59 d Nangwarry 17; Kongorong 22 d Tantanoola 10; Glencoe 38 d Hatherleigh 24

Indoor bowls results Kimberly-Clark Australia Pennants - Round 12 RSL & District 85 d Blue Lake Bowlers White 28, Commercial Club 63 d Moorak Blue 45, Blue Lake Bowlers Blue 48 d Kongorong 41, Post-Tel 70 d Mt Gambier Bowls Club 40, Glenburnie 88 d Glencoe 25, Mil Lel 71 d Saints 50, Wandilo Water Rats 72 d Moorak Red 37 Shield Qualification - Premiership Table after Round 12 Post-Tel 24 points, 170.16%; Wandilo Water Rats 21,144.13; Commercial Club 20, 162.88; Mil Lel 17, 136.83; Glenburnie 16, 116.15; RSL & District 15, 105.94; Blue Lake Bowlers Blue 12, 96.49; Saints 10, 95.16; Kongorong 8, 89.65; Moorak Red 7, 92.30; Moorak Blue 6, 71.21; Blue Lake Bowlers White 6, 64.95; Mt Gambier Bowls Club 4, 56.07; Glencoe 2, 47.07


Western Border Football SENIORS North Gambier 17.9 (111) Casterton Sandford 7.16 (58) Goals - No details available. Best - North Gambier: Nick McInerney, Mitchell Kelton, Jordan Hollitt, Justin McConnell, Cameron Ortlepp, Ciaran Buckley. Casterton Sandford: Matt Killey, Charlie Jarrad, Alastair McCrae, Hamish Mccrae, Diarmid Cleary, Justin Carlin Millicent 18.10 (118) East Gambier 9.9 (63) Goals - No details available. Best - Millicent: Kalan Shanks, Hamish Nitschke, Sam Willis, Kade Varcoe, Josh Werchon, Callen McGrath. East: Shaun Lock, Jack Lawrence, Alex Dethmore, Sam Lock, Carl Slape, Jayden Eldridge South Gambier 13.6 (84) West Gambier 7.10 (52) Goals No details available. Best - South: Colby Munro, Brett O’Neil, Emerson Marks, Patrick Glynn, Mason Hein, Brock Keding. West: Lawrence BradleyBrown, Tom Nieuwerkerk, Kyle Giddings, Jordan Williams, Lewis Lean, Landon Lefever Millicent 22.8 (140) d East Gambier 1.5 (11) Casterton Sandford 6.4 (40) d North Gambier 3.6 (24) South Gambier 15.6 (96) d West Gambier 2.1 (13) UNDER 18 South Gambier 9.10 (64) d West Gambier 2.3 (15) East Gambier 8.7 (55) d Millicent 7.6 (48) UNDER 16 Millicent 9.5 (59) d East Gambier 3.4 (22) North Gambier 9.8 (62) d Casterton Sandford 5.4 (34) UNDER 14 Werst Gambier 7.13 (55) d South Gambier 2.2 (14) East Gambier 9.10(64) d Millicent 1.2 (8) North Gambier 8.6 (54) d Casterton Sandford 2.5 (17)

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SENIORS Kalangadoo 20.18 (138) Nangwarry 6.3 (39) Goals - No details available. Best - Kalangadoo: Andrew Stone, Ben Gregory, Mitchel Lowe, Josh La Rocca, Sam Mcmanus, Jamil Jones. Nangwarry: Isaac Raymond, Joel Virtanen, Logan Gibbs, Brayden Kelly, Benjamin Deamer, Archer Virtanen Glencoe 24.18 (162) Hatherleigh 3.4 (22) Goals No details available. Best - Glencoe: Patrick Mitchell, Zacc Cocks, Dylan Pfitzner, Alex Hentschke, Ben Hentschke. Hatherleigh: Joe Rayson, Jordan Galpin, Jett Faulkner, Darcy Bateman, William Chay, Jason Faulkner Port MacDonnell 11.11 (77) Robe 5.4 (34) Goals - No details available. Best - Pt Mac: Kyall McClean, Rhys Timms, Alex Ridding, Kev Thomson, Ethan Gladman, William MacDonald. Robe: Samuel Clements, Thomas Wachtel, Jasper Barritt, Kane Dunn, Flynn Peel Kongorong 18.20 (128) Tantanoola 6.7 (43) Goals - No details available. Best - Kongorong: No players selected. Tantanoola: Jordan Hatt, Braydn Hateley, Blake Bowman, Ryan Simmons, Darcy Pink RESERVES Hatherleigh 16.15 (111) d Glencoe 1.3 (9) Kalangadoo 20.12 (132) d Nangwarry 1.3 (9) Robe 13.7 (85) d Port MacDonnell 7.4 (46) SENIOR COLTS Hatherleigh 17.19 (121) d Glencoe 2.2 (14) Kalangadoo 20.17 (137) d Nangwarry 0.1 (1) Robe 12.16 (88) d Port macDonnell 1.1 (7) JUNIOR COLTS Nangwarry 13.11 (89) d Kalangadoo 3.0 (18) Glencoe 6.3 (39 d Hatherleigh 1.0 (6) Port MacDonnell 4.9 (33) d Robe 2.7 (19)

MGNA Netball A GRADE Zodiacs 56 d Vicis 41; Hobitz 51 d Saints 42 A2 GRADE INtruders 60 d Zodiacs Blue 34; Zodiacs Gold 58 d Vicis 28; Hobitz 40 d Saints 20 B1 GRADE Intruders Orange 49 d Hobitz Blue 20; Amazons 46 d Intruders Black 26 B2 GRADE Intruders 49 d Hobitz 26; Amazons 51 d Vicis 16; Saints 42 d Zodiacs 8 19 & UNDER Zodiacs 42 d Hobitz Blue 39; Hobitz Red 51 d Saints 12 15 & UNDER Intruders 29 d Saints 38; Zodiacs Blue 47 d Vicis 36; Zodiacs Gold 39 d Hobitz Red 35 13 & UNDER A Intruders 33 d Amazons 2; Zodiacs 35 d Hobitz 12 13 & UNDER B Hobitz 26 d Intruders 16 11 & UNDER A Zodiacs 8 d Vicis 2; Saints 9 d Hobitz 2 11 & UNDER B INtruders 8 d Zodiacs Gold 0; Vicis 6 d Zodiacs Blue 0; Amazons 10 d Hobitz 0



2-4-2 players beat the rain


Top score to Perryman Heavy conditions greet Blue Lake Golf Club ladies

Last week the Millicent Bowls Club had 40 players take part in the weekly 2-4-2 game. With rain holding off until the last rink had finished their game, the good Lord must have been looking down on us. Aaron Emonson also asked bowlers to please put their names down to register for the for all pennant games, ladies on a Friday, Mid Week Open on a Wednesday and Open on a Saturday. This is very important as selectors need to know who many players they have for each competition. This week, the winning team taking home $40 each was that of vice president Steve Carnellor and John Madden with a score of 33+10. Coming in second was the team of Mary Clifford and Brian Goode with a score of 32+16. Other winning teams for the day were: Frank Cooper, Ian Ross 32+12. Denis Clifford, Derek Bowering 31+10. Jan Buhlmann, John Scudds 31+7. Gary Wilson, Peter Scanlon 31+4. Ross Warren, Kym Stewart 30+8. Bob Baxter, Derrick Lindh 30+4. Joy Warren, Terry Barnes 30+2 and Jim Campbell, Tim Grosvenor 29+2. 2-4-2 WINNERS: (Above top) Steve Carnellor & John Madden 2-4-2 RUNNERS UP: (Above bottom) Brian Goode & Mary Clifford

A busy program was on the agenda for the women at the Blue Lake Golf Club for the July Monthly Medal last Wednesday, in conjunction with the 2nd Round of the Scotty’s Loader Services Mount Gambier President’s Trophy and 3rd Round of the State run International Bowl. The mild conditions did not help with low scoring due to the very heavy rainful during the previous night making it very heavy underfoot. Once again the front nine proved to be the most difficult to score well with many having too much red on their scorecard. It was the monthly medal winner, sponsored by Grant and Dianne Perryman, Dianne Perryman who took the honours of score of the day to collect the award. With many away touring and a number of women playing in the annual SA Ladies Country Golf Week at Murray Bridge and

Maitland numbers were on the lean side. Division one’s Perryman also won the top voucher for her grade posting 97/21/76, her front nine score of 51 had too much red ink especially on the 1st and 3rd and 7th but was able to reign it in a little with pars on the 5th and 9th holes and a better result of 46 on the back nine. Minor prize winner, Karen Panagopoulos 106/27/79 also struggled with too much red ink on her card too but with a birdie 2 on the par three14th resulting in collecting the nearest to the pin 2nd shot award and a chip-in ferret for a par on the par five 17th winning her a chocolate bar and two even nines of 53/53 it was a good finish to her round. Carol Meluish was back in the winner’s circle for division two carding 115/36/79 and also found the front nine a challenge scoring 60 having too many double


bogeys but was able to shave off 5 shots with 55 on the back-nine giving her the win five shots clear of her playing partner Rose Case 124/40/84. Nearest to the pin 2nd shot on the 14th winner was Lucy Richards. The pro-shot winner on the downhill par three 5th was Helen Stratford. During stroke rounds there is also a least putts event of which the winner’s were Josie Ashby 30 (Div 1) and Dianne Allen 29 (Div 2). More ferret prizes were awarded to Lesley McPherson 2nd, Allen 6th and Richards 10th. Tomorrow’s competition is the final round of the Metro Bakery & cafe sponsored Silver Salver played in par format. BLUE LAKE PODIUM: Division 2 runner up Rose Case, Division 1 runner up Karen Panagopoulos & Division 2 winner Carol Melhuish





Strong family ties in championship win Mother & son battle it out for a prestigious indoor bowls title close to their heart The Mount Gambier District Indoor Bowls Association has held its last association championship for the 2022 season. Prior to the start of the championship the President of the Mount Gambier District Indoor Bowls Association presented cheques on behalf of the association to assist Fiona and Keisha Pearson on there selection in the Australian team to play the Trans Tasman Test against New Zealand on September 1– 3. The championships then followed, being the Elma Attiwill/ Intersport Ladies singles with 18 entries and the Pearson Family/ Athol and Sue Malseed Men’s singles with 29 entries, which also incorporated the Ian Simpson Memorial Champion of Champions. In the Elma Attiwill/Intersport Ladies singles semi final saw Post-Tel player Fiona Pearson take victory from Saints player Veronica Opie 15 shots to 1. The other semi final saw Keisha Pearson from Wandilo Water Rats beat team mate from Wandilo Nicola Bowditch 11 shots to 5. This set up a final between Fiona Pearson and her daughter

Keisha Pearson, with Fiona scoring three shots on the first end. With both of them scoring consecutive ends to equal the scores on the last end. So with an extra end to be played it was going to be anyone’s game, Fiona hung on to the game by scoring one shot to take victory and win the 2022 Elma Attiwill/Intersport Ladies Singles Championship 7 shots to 6. In the Pearson Family/Athol and Sue Malseed Men’s singles saw the first semi final go to Post-Tel’s Zac Pearson over Moorak player Tim Radley 9 shots to 1. In the second semi final Wandilo Water Rats player Peter Gregory beat Stephen Von Duve from PostTel 10 shots to 4. The men’s final between Pearson and Gregory was lined up to be a very close game, but it wasn’t with Gregory only winning two ends for the game and Pearson scoring three shots on the last end to win and victory 9 shots to 3 in the 2022 Men’s Singles Championship. This saw son and mother Zac and Fiona meet in the Ian Simpson Memorial Champion of Champions something that is very close to both

of them as it is named in honour of Fiona’s brother. The Champion of Champions game was very close with Zac leading on the fifth end by one shot but his consistent bowling this season stood out the sixth end scoring another full count of three shot to give him a four shot lead into the last end to defeat Fiona and win the Memorial Champion of Champions named after his uncle. Zac won the silverware 11 shots to 4 for the second time. The Ladies Consolation semi finals Nola Spencer (Moorak) defeated Jo Gogan (Moorak) 12 shots to 3 and Heather Glynn (Kongorong) defeat Emma Freemantle (Blue Lake Bowelers) 13 shots to 0. The Ladies Consolation final was won by Nola Spencer defeating Heather Glynn 8 shots to 3 The Men’s Consolation semi- inals Craig Pearson (Post-Tel) defeated Thomas Butler ( Blue lake Bowlers) 5 shots to 4 and Trevor Williams (PostTel) defeated Robert Freemantle ( Blue Lake Bowlers) 5 shots to 4. The Men’s Consolation final was won by Craig Pearson defeating Trevor Williams 8 shots to 4.

LAST OF THE CHAMPIONSHIPS: (Above bottom) President Stephen Von Duve presents a cheque to Australian team members Fiona Pearson & Keisha Pearson and (above bottom) Ladies & Men’s Singles Finalists - Keisha Pearson, Fiona Pearson, Zac Pearson, Heather Glynn, Peter Gregory, Nola Spencer, Trevor Williams & Craig Pearson.

Midday Madness set to continue Dwayne Russell extends radio contract with Sports Entertainment Network Sports Entertainment Network (SEN) will continue to orbit around the world of Dwayne Russell, with the host of Dwayne’s World extending his stay on the SEN airwaves for an additional two years. Russell (pictured far right) joined SEN in 2020 and quickly developed a loyal and passionate audience, with a line-up of prominent guests and the ever-popular ‘Midday Madness’. Each day the ‘Midday Madness’ talkback segment offers an outlet to those wanting to gloat

or bemoan their team, give an opinion on the big sporting issues of the day and everything else in between. In addition to hosting the day timeslot across the Melbourne, Adelaide and Tasmanian markets, Russell will continue to call key AFL matches for SEN and AFL Nation, along with other major sporting codes. Sports Entertainment Network chief executive Craig Hutchison (pictured below), said Russell has become a key pillar of SEN during his time at the network.

“’s a privilege, and a lot of fun, to have a national talkback show where I hear what fans think and chat to them about their passion for three hours every weekday...” Dwayne Russell “Dwayne has made the midday timeslot his own over the past three years, and we are delighted to have him continue on our airwaves,” Hutchison said. “The relationship Dwayne has with his audience is unparalleled, and you can hear that with the ‘Midday Madness’ segment. You could be forgiven for thinking that every caller is his mate. That is the kind of connection he has built over the years.

“ could be forgiven for thinking that every caller is his mate...that is the kind of connection he has built over the years...” Craig Hutchison (Sports Entertainment Network CEO)

“Dwayne has one of the most recognisable voices in Australian sport and isn’t afraid to use it to share his opinions and advance the day’s sporting agenda. He is extremely knowledgeable, and we look forward to him continuing to be part of the SEN family.” Russell said he looked forward to continuing to connect with the SEN audience. “When you love sport like I do, it’s a dream job to be able to broadcast live sport and talk to fans about it every day,” he said. “I love the adrenaline rush of

daily live radio, which is why I have been doing it for over twenty years and want to keep doing it. “I have always enjoyed being part of a team, and the team at SEN, both on and off the air, is fantastic to work with. “It’s a privilege, and a lot of fun, to have a national talkback show where I hear what fans think and chat to them about their passion for three hours every weekday.” Dwayne’s World with Dwayne Russell airs every weekday from 11,30am-2.30pm on SEN Mount Gambier 1629 or on the SEN app.




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