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Recent money raised through the coffee hut has been put towards purchasing a community school bus

By BRAD PERRY THE hundreds of Riverlanders flocking through the doors of the volunteer based Vine Coffee Hut Lounge have left a lasting footprint on the community. Recent money raised through the coffee hut has been put towards purchasing a community school bus to help transport children to and from schools in the region. Manager Karen Knight said she has seen a rise in customers over past months as the dollar becomes tighter and people are looking for cheaper options. “We have actually gone from targeting the young people to the elderly,” she said. “They just can’t stretch their money but still need to socialise.” The Vine Coffee Hut Lounge, which is a branch of the Vine Community Church, has acquired the services of two volunteer waitresses recently to keep up with the rush. ■ Continued Page 4

■ SERVICE: Vine Coffee Hut Lounge manager Karen Knight serves up a delicious hamburger to customers Monica Hawker and Elyssa McCreanor. Photo: JANE WILSON

END TOWN RIVALRY Business leader’s big warning

By BRAD PERRY A LEADING business figure believes continued parochialism is having a damaging effect on the Riverland and linking the region as one will help sustain the future of the small business sector. The State Government’s Business Development Council visited the region this week to gain a further un-

derstanding of the challenges and opportunities currently facing small businesses. Chair Phil Sims said many issues were raised during a meeting in Berri on Tuesday, including an idea to end the “fierce rivalry” between Riverland towns. “There are five major towns in the Riverland, all of similar sizes and there is sort of the fierce rivalry amongst those five towns,” he said.

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Thursday August 6, 2009 – Riverland Weekly • 3

Operations at factory secure, despite vandalism, according to National Foods

Berri to continue undeterred By BRAD PERRY FUTURE operations at the Berri juice factory remain unaffected by vandalism which caused more than half a million dollars in damage. Following the vandalism attack over the weekend, National Foods promised if any further job cuts occurred at the site, it would not be related to the extensive damage bill. Juice division national operations manager Tony Owen said the factory is shut indefinitely and 120 Berri Ltd staff are unrequired until repairs have been completed. Mr Owen was adamant any job cuts would not relate to the cost of

fixing the processing, filling and Riverland police are reviewing back up as soon as we can.” labelling equipment destroyed dur- CCTV footage as part of investigaMr Owen said the company ing the attack. tions into the incident and did not will continue to meet customer “They are stand alone issues,” wish to speculate as to whether it demand from different sites dehe said. was an act of revenge following the spite the closure of the McKay Road “We will address the plant and loss of 34 jobs from the Berri site facility. get it back “It is still up and runbusiness as ning as soon normal,” he It is too early to put any sort of figure on it right as possible,” said. now, that will come in time. he said. An as“ T h e sessment other assesshas begun ment will take its course as we high- recently. immediately to determine the cost lighted a few weeks ago. “The police investigation of getting the factory operational “We are doing an assessment on will determine who did it,” he again. the site which we did flag about six said. “It is too early to put any sort weeks ago and it is not related to “That is their job and our job is of figure on it right now, that will this issue or this incident.” concentrating on getting the plant come in time, as we keep working

through it over the next couple of days,” he said. “They (staff) have been asked to stay off the site while we make an assessment of the damage. “That is for their safety as well as product safety.” Mr Owen would not speculate about a time frame for remaining staff to return to work. “Is there a set date? No there is not,” he said. “We have got to go through the assessment and establish the extent of the damage and then we will see how quick we can get it back up. “The aim is to get it up as soon as possible.”

Local man lucky to escape icy waters of the Murray the rest of my gear off but at the same time, I didn’t want to go MARTIN’S Bend caretaker Nev- in so I was talking to him, enille Gilgen recently helped save couraging him to get back to the the life of a local man who was bank.” “He went under twice but drowning in the river after trying managed to get about 10 feet out to retrieve his model boat. “He was 30 seconds from and I thought he had to be finally touching the bottom.” drowning,” Mr Gilgen said. Mr Gilgen then threw one He said he heard a whirring noise coming from the river and of the boards out to the man, noticed the man driving the boat who then put both hands on the board. from the river bank. “He just collapsed with his Soon after, the whirring stopped and Mr Gilgen noticed head on the board and with that, the boat had capsized in the mid- it went forward too,” he said. “He laid there for about five dle of the river. “I saw him standing on the minutes on top of it.” Mr Gilgen’s boat ramp and I wife Raelene called thought ‘this will be triple zero and interesting, how is came back with he going to get that He said to me on the a blanket before boat?’” Mr Gilgen phone ‘I was gone the emergency resaid. sponse arrived 12 “I went back and mate, thanks very minutes later. had another look much’. Concerned and the person was for the man’s well in the water, swimbeing, Mr Gilgen ming sidestroke. called the hospital “The person the next day, where got out to the boat, grabbed the boat and turned to the man was still being monitored. come back in but then let it go. “To my knowledge he went “He then turned around, grabbed it again, let it go and left home the next day,” Mr Gilgen it there and went to swim back said. “He said to me on the phone in. “I thought then ‘you’re in real ‘I was gone mate, thanks very much’.” trouble’.” Mr Gilgen said it serves as a After hearing a faint call for help, Mr Gilgen grabbed two genuine warning to others about foam body boards and rushed to swimming in the river at such low temperatures, with cramping and the bank to assist. “By now I could hear him hypothermia the most prominent screaming for help and he was dangers. “It’s that cold, it’s ludicrous,” still a good 20 odd feet away from he said. the bank,” he said. A boat travelling down the “The water was freezing, absoriver retrieved the man’s remote lutely freezing. “I took off my shoes and control boat later that day. By LES PEARSON

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Teens caught for car offences THREE teenagers were arrested in relation to a range of vehicle offences by Waikerie police on Tuesday afternoon. An 18 year old male and two 16 year old females, all from Adelaide, are alleged to have stolen a motor vehicle and used it illegally. The group will also face charges of failing to answer police truthfully and breaching bail. Bail was refused for the trio, who appeared before the Berri Magistrates Court yesterday.

Vandals attack local school VANDALS attacked Loxton High School over last weekend. Police report that a number of windows and doors were damaged in the attack. Damage is estimated at around $800 and police are continuing to investigate the incident. Meantime, police are also investigating the assault of a woman by a man in Morgan early on Sunday morning.

LETTERS

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Cheap, healthy meals proving popular

Letters

Shining example WHO had the inspiration and made the effort to burnish the plaque on the Australian War Horse Memorial in Barmera? I guess we will never know. A job well done and beautiful thing to do. “May the road rise with you.� Harold Banks, Barmera.

Bombers high I AM a new Brown’s Well Football Club member and would like to congratulate the club on a terrific day Saturday. The day started with the colts game, which to coach Russ Charles’ credit, shows how talented these players are. They are top of the ladder and the skills and

up and coming talent will only see improvement to the A grade in the future. The score did not reflect how good the game was. The Lyrup colts are very, very talented footballers and it’s a shame that West Adelaide does not look further than the local towns. The indigenous boys are great to watch and very exciting. Well done to all the colts on Saturday, it was truly entertaining. The A grade game was just as exciting right down to the wire. These boys’ skills are great, keep up the good work and I know that the A graders are getting closer for that premiership; keep an eye on them next year. It’s looking good! Go Bombers! Jane Cook, Paruna.

Send your letters to PO Box 1279, Berri, SA, 5343 or email lettersdesk@riverlandweekly.com.au All letters must be signed, include full name and address of the writer for verification purposes. The Riverland Weekly reserves the right to edit letters before publication.

â–  REPUTATION: The Vine Coffee Hut Lounge gets pretty busy and is extremely popular.

Vine ripens into fine cafĂŠ â–  From Page 1 Manager Karen Knight said it is vital for everyone to have a healthy meal on a regular basis and there is no better place than the coffee hut which offers a cheap meal with a smile. “There are so many people in our busy society working and they don’t have the time to come home and cook a hearty meal,â€? she said.

“Here they can get a real healthy meal at least once a week.� The coffee hut serves more than 100 people at one time during the lunch time rush. Mrs Knight said business has picked up since Christmas and believes it is a sign that the recession has well and truly taken effect. The coffee hut also offers programs for young mothers and is a

popular meeting place for social groups. “There are a lot of mums new to the area... they have so little money they (normally) wouldn’t go to a coffee shop,� Mrs Knight said. “Instead of fish and chips, people can come and get a bit of nutrition into them with a home cooked meal.� The Vine Coffee Hut Lounge is open for meals Thursday and Friday, 9am until 4pm.

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Water expert claims rain in coming quarter pivotal By BRAD PERRY A LOCAL water expert believes the future of the Riverland horticulture sector hinges on rainfall over the next three months, after water allocations were increased to five per cent on Monday. Central Irrigation Trust chief executive officer Jeff Parish said while the decision to increase irrigators allocations was a positive step. “To get significant amounts of allocations, we still need rain,� he said.

“It is a question of what it does in August, September and October.� Mr Parish said recent rains have provided hope for irrigators. “We are still hopeful the wet conditions we have had will continue,� he said. He said without substantial rain in the next three months and therefore low allocations, the outlook for irrigators is grim. Acting River Murray Minister Paul Caica said the five per cent increase was made possible because of a 25 gigalitre advance to

the Murray Darling Basin. “This increase is good news for irrigators who have been limited to two per cent of water entitlements since July 1,� he said. “It is hoped conditions across the Murray Darling Basin improve in the coming months, allowing water allocations to be further increased.� Local growers were less optimistic. “We are just in survival mode,� Overland Corner grower Richard Swinstead said.

“Virtually we are working for nothing, just to keep the trees and vines alive. “We are going to have to lease a lot of water this year depending on the allocation.� Loxton grapegrower Peter Harman admitted anything is better than nothing but said more help is needed to keep permanent plantings alive. “I guess it is going in the right direction,� he said. “It is nowhere near enough at this stage (though). “I am going to have to lease

in water because there is no way I am going to survive on allocation water.� It is understood a critical water allocation announcement will be made in coming weeks, giving growers extra hope. The Riverland Weekly has been told the State Government is working on a critical water plan that will benefit growers. It is understood key government figures are still refining the details of the plan and it could be delievered as a grant, rather than its previous form.

Opportunities still out there ■ From Page 1 Mr Sims said Tuesday night’s meeting generated positive vibes about the future of small businesses in the region. “It was a very positive meeting in respect to opportunities and potential solutions and new emerging sectors or building on industry sectors for the region,� he said. Mr Sims said it was suggested that one way to link the five Riverland towns together is to enhance public transport so people can travel to each town more easily and therefore spend their money across the board. “There was some discussion about the theme of linking in the district, as far as infrastructure, with respect to enabling people to move from town to town or across river more easily,� he said. “If you can link those sorts of towns together, that will help create more of a regional feel and strength and togetherness as opposed to, as an example, ‘I am from Loxton, I live in Loxton, I work in Loxton, I will go across to Berri to maybe go across to watch the footy on Saturday’.� “Each town has different businesses and slightly different strengths as far as the industry sector, so the greater ability for people to

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Masterpieces without sight By Alicia Frahn Jamahl Pollard is a self-employed artist but with a difference. He is visually impaired, or legally blind. Jamahl is 34 years old and has been an artist since the age of four but only started his professional career six years ago. He has studied at TAFE and has been awarded a certificate four in applied and visual arts. After so many years of education, Jamahl decided to turn his

hobby into a career. It is a challenge for him to find work due to his disability. “Employers only look at what I can’t do,� Jamahl said. Jamahl has started to teach art classes, as he cannot access grants and needs to save money for expensive equipment. That special equipment includes a prosthetic eye, which often needs to be replaced. He is also showing the community that he can do ordinary things and is attempting to change

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perceptions about the disabled. Jamahl’s art classes are held at either the Berri Art Centre, or at his house. There are around 10 to 12 regular students. He explained that art classes are often therapeutic. “Art is my own therapy, rather that than getting drunk or sitting down and watching the TV all day,� Jamahl said. “Art classes break the routine of their (the students) jobs and having a life outside of what they’re doing. “Art gives you tools to overcome situations.� There are many arttists who inspire Jamahl, like Fredrick McCoven, Tom Roberts, Salvador Dali, James Gleeson and Jeffery Smart. “James Gleeson and Salvador Dali take everyday objects and distort them,� he said. “Colonial Australian paintings were all about documenting the Australian landscape, which is different from the European landscape.� “It was a challenge to paint the Australian landscape at the time because Australia was arid.� “The paintings were wild and untamed. “They documented the Australian bush because photography wasn’t available.� Jamahl says his favourite art style is surrealism. “I really like surrealism, purely for the fact it can be whatever you like.� “It’s an easy way to tell the truth but cryptically. “You can say, ‘this is how I feel,’ but people don’t get it.� Jamahl says that his favourite art media to use is oils because of the impact you can get out of them and they can be as bold or as dull as you want. His other interests include carpentry, music and cooking. Jamahl’s aspirations are to visit Singapore, because of the different foods, and to have a steady income for the things he needs. His advice for people who want to become an artist is “be diligent, passionate, be exploratory as much as possible and be proud of what you create�.

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By BRAD PERRY ONE of the oldest clubs in the Riverland is calling on locals to join the new board after the previous one was dissolved due to dwindling numbers. The Waikerie Club has appointed a temporary management committee and the group is already making changes to help bring patrons through the door. Committee member Joel Sheehan said many members left the board to focus on their own businesses.

“Over the last 12 months the club board has basically been dissolved,� he said. “There was a non-operating board. “We held an emergency meeting and an interim committee was selected.� Currently the interim committee is setting a date for an annual general meeting to vote on a new board and Mr Sheehan said nominations are open to anyone who is interested. He believes the club needs a new approach.

“Over the last 12 months the club has stagnated,� he said. “We decided it was time to give the place a bit of an overhaul. “Without any structural changes, there are going to be a lot of changes put in place.� Included in those changes are a new food menu prepared by two local chefs and the current committee has planned a number of events at the club to bring the community together. “It is important we keep a bit of option in the town,� he said.

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A businesswoman Priscilla Bokhara is on her way to fulfilling her dream of changing lives through her Arbonne business, the world’s leading Swiss anti-ageing skincare company. In April, Adelaide’s BEA Motors Mercedes-Benz dealership was the host of an event Priscilla created. Those attending the event were captivated by the infectious positivity, inspiration and excitement surrounding Arbonne and the huge impact on the quality of life Priscilla’s team is making and which is still the talk of the town. On the night, special guest Kylie Jacobs, CEO of Female Friendly,

toasted the delivery of the very first White Arbonne white Mercedes-Benz in SA to Priscilla. Kylie presented an accreditation plaque to Karen Brown, a business partner of Priscilla’s. When Priscilla was asked about the recession, she replied “what recession? Money doesn’t simply disappear in a recession, it just flows differently. The key is to know where it’s flowing�. During times like these, cosmetic and skincare sales go up. Women are experiencing up to 130 per cent growth month on month in their Arbonne business and seeing their commissions

rising. Two workshops for Riverland women to experience the Arbonne difference will be held this month. On Friday, August 14 at the Berri Resort Hotel (7 to 9pm), a beauty workshop will be held, with a $10 cost paid at the door entitling you to product sampling and other gifts. The following day, at the Renmark Hotel, a free Empowering Women Event will be held from 7 to 9pm. For further information or bookings, contact executive district manager Karen Brown (0438 555 385) or regional vice president Priscilla Bokhara (0405 001 872).

â–  RESULTS: SA businesswoman Priscilla Bokhara is the first Arbonne consultant in SA to receive a white Arbonne Mercedes-Benz.


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Movie era ends By ROB MCLEAN OVER 50 years of movie history was torn down recently when Barmera’s Riverland drive-in screen was removed. Members of the Cobdogla Irrigation and Steam Museum removed the screen during several working bees. Musuem committee member

Barry Mudge said steel from the screen would be used at the tourist attraction for future construction work. “The present owner (Geoff Harris) had decided to put the area up for sale, necessitating the removal of the screen, which he generously offered to the museum on the condition that the site was clear of any debris,” Mr Mudge said.

An elevated platform, donated for the job by Riverland Highworks, assisted the volunteers to remove the screen. The last movies to screen at the drive-in were Hancock and Don’t Mess With The Zohan. There are now only two operating drive-ins remaining in South Australia, Gepps Cross and Coober Pedy.

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Renmark seeks security patrols under the Local Government Act... to be able to do things like issue expiation notices for a whole range of things (such as) parking (and) littering,” he said. Mr Hurst said the council’s works committee will meet later this month to discuss further strategies to stop the repeated littering, which generally occurs at night. “I can’t believe the people who are offending are too lazy to get out of their car and walk a few metres to put their rubbish in a bin,” he said. “I just can’t believe people behave the way they do, it is a form of vandalism in a sense and, unfortunately for council, it occurs at that time of the day we can’t afford to have people out in the district patrolling. “It shows a complete lack of

By BRAD PERRY DISGUSTED with the continued littering of Industry Road, the Renmark Paringa Council is investigating hiring private security patrols to force the public to clean up its act. Council is currently seeking information from the Port Augusta Council in regards to its security patrol operations. Renmark Paringa Council chief executive officer Barry Hurst said he is amazed by the amount of rubbish constantly left by users on Industry Road and admitted a security patrol could be the answer if it continues. “There would be no reason why council, if it decided to go down that path, couldn’t appoint those security patrol officers as authorised officers

pride in not only the town but the Riverland region.” Mr Hurst said council is still looking into the benefits of hiring a private security patrol for Renmark after the idea was raised at last month’s meeting. “We are just seeking information on why they (Port Augusta) use them and what the benefits might be and what the costs to the community are,” he said. “That is why we are inquiring at places like Port Augusta because we don’t know what role they (the security patrols) play.” In the most extreme case, the small community of Ceduna, uses security and dog patrols to help curb anti-social behaviour, vandalism and graffiti.

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Berri Barmera Council News

Foreshore projects continue By LES PEARSON BOTH Berri and Barmera have recently benefited from continuing redevelopment works with Berriâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s riverfront and Barmeraâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s foreshore developments gaining attention. A new boat ramp will be built at Lake Bonney just near the football club. The original plan was to extend the boat ramp near the yacht club but following consultation with the

Lake Bonney Management Committee, the change was made to build a second boat ramp. â&#x20AC;&#x153;They suggested it would be preferable to have two small ones,â&#x20AC;? council chief executive officer David Beaton said. A lot of the paths are now in place, which links the public toilets to the jetty, providing disabled access to the jetty for the first time. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It actually looks quite good down there,â&#x20AC;? Mr Beaton said.

Council is also working on an amphitheatre near the football club for functions such as the Australia Day breakfast and similar events. The Barmera Playspace Group has also suggested council buy a five-way swing and a â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;supernovaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; spin ring for the new playground with the $25,000 federal funding received. Mr Beaton said council will be seeking some funding through the State Government to finish the

playground. He also expressed appreciation for the playspace groupâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s input. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s good that a community group is getting involved,â&#x20AC;? he said. At Berri, the riverfront adjacent to the hotel has been cordoned off, while paths and the new pergola are being installed and trees being removed. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve taken out a few of those trees, which has opened it up and

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Marina upgrade to support powerboats WITH the powerboats set to return to Berri early next year, Berri Barmera Council has agreed to allocate up to $10,000 for a marina upgrade. Council chief executive officer David Beaton said an upgrade was somewhat overdue. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re doing it just so itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a better facility for them to be able to use and better for everybody else,â&#x20AC;? he said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It needs some work done on it anyway and weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll just time it to make sure itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s done for when the powerboats are on as well. â&#x20AC;&#x153;If it all comes off, it will be a fantastic event. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It will allow most of the racing to occur out the front of the hotel, so it will be better for spectators.â&#x20AC;?

made it look like a bit more of a natural environment with just the gums,â&#x20AC;? Mr Beaton said. Work on a river access path and some pontoons are expected to be under way soon. Mr Beaton said the idea is to have a pontoon close to the visitor information centre to launch tours from the facility. The CWA will also have its Pioneersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Memorial going in as well.

â&#x2013;  NEW: The new, smaller Martinâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Bend caretakerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s cabin will be relocated soon, ready for the caretakers to move in.

A NEW caretakerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s cabin has been installed at Martinâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Bend but it appears it is not large enough to fulfill its purpose. Berri Barmera Council chief executive officer David Beaton said the old caretakerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s cabin was originally tagged to be demolished and the new cabin to replace it but it appears to be too small, requiring the old cabin to remain in place for space requirements. â&#x20AC;&#x153;There was a plan to demolish it but weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll keep parts of it so it will stay for a while,â&#x20AC;? Mr Beaton said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll (the current caretakers) still use it for storage and the likes at the moment.â&#x20AC;? However, the caretakers will have to wait before moving into the new cabin. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s been there about a month and just needs to be relocated,â&#x20AC;? Mr Beaton said. He also thanked the caretakers for their patience and service to date. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve been doing a good job, the new caretakers,â&#x20AC;? Mr Beaton said.

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Renmark Paringa Council News

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BMX track upgrade complete

Barge inspection planned

By BRAD PERRY AFTER more than a year on Renmark Paringa Councilâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s agenda, a $10,000 BMX track upgrade was recently completed at Darnley Taylor Park. With the help of locals, the project took a week to complete and Renmark Paringa Council chief executive officer Barry Hurst said it has quickly become popular since it opened. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Kids really gave it a good testing over the two weeks of the school holidays,â&#x20AC;? he said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It certainly gives them something for them to occupy their time in a way that is healthy and gets them outdoors. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We recognise the importance of having facilities for our young people.â&#x20AC;? Mr Hurst said it is pleasing to be able to keep costs for the project as low as possible. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Because we got money from the regional and local community infrastructure program, which helped us build the grandstand changeroom complex, we were able to bring this particular project forward because we had a little bit of spare money in the budget,â&#x20AC;? he said. The upgrade includes two tracks, one for learners and one for the more experienced bike rider.

â&#x2013;  TO BURN: Olivewood is seeking approval to burn off some of its citrus trees. Photo: JANE WILSON

HISTORIC Renmark business Olivewood is seeking approval to burn off a percentage of its citrus trees after struggling with the current water crisis. However, due to its location in the Renmark township, Olivewoodâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s request to burn off trees has been declined in the past under the requirements of the environment protection (burning) policy. Renmark Paringa Council chief executive officer Barry Hurst said while council does not have the power to authorise the burning, it is seeking dispensation from the Environmental Protection Authority to burn the dead citrus trees. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Their desire to burn it rather than to mulch it is because it will save them money,â&#x20AC;?

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he said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We just have to wait for the outcome of our approach to the EPA and once its gained that dispensation, council needs to take into consideration the a) dispensation and b) whether there would be any environmental impacts from that

activity.â&#x20AC;? In a report to council, it was stated that burning of the dead citrus trees so close to the township could cause smoke intrusion into homes, which could impact on peopleâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s health and local businesses.

THE Argo Barge has been in dock for more than three years and now the Renmark Paringa Council is considering sailing the vessel to Berri for inspection. Renmark Paringa chief executive officer Barry Hurst said council is reviewing the cost of getting the Argo Barge to Berri to be put on a slipway for hull maintenance. However, Mr Hurst admitted it could be a very tough ask. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Council will need to consider the risks involved in shifting it and how it manages that risk,â&#x20AC;? he said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We expect it wonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t be easy.â&#x20AC;? Mr Hurst said council needs to look at the cost it would involve in sailing the vessel to Berri. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We need to consider whether we can afford the costs of shifting it and therefore maintaining its seaworthiness,â&#x20AC;? he said. Council is also aware it could be a costly exercise to pay for the upkeep of the Argo Barge. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We have had advice it will be an ongoing cost for council to maintain the barge,â&#x20AC;? Mr Hurst said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It would probably be necessary for it to go on the slip every two or three years.â&#x20AC;?

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■ PARTY: Riverland day activity centres from across the region celebrated Christmas in July at the Cobdogla Club last week. Enjoying their lunch were Glenny Nelson, of Paringa, and Dot Beavis, of Renmark. Photo: DOT HEALY

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■ THERE will be another session on Untangling the Web at the Berri Seniors clubrooms, following the very successful July event. The club has again made its fully equipped computer room and projector equipment available for anyone of any age interested in coming. Government officers will also bring their own laptops for the session, which will run from 10am to 5pm on Thurs-

day, August 13. Topics to be covered will include developing and maintaining your own website, cyber safety (for both businesses and children), EBay, online auctions and social networking for dummies.

Run for your life ■ LOVEDAY Primary School students will be fighting childhood obesity by taking part in a fun run fitness fundraiser, instead of a traditional chocolate

drive, next Thursday. The students are seeking sponsorship from the community and will be hoping to generate some additional income for the school in a fun way in a market traditionally dominated by junk food options. To get behind the school’s cause, ring 8588 7114.

Cans movie festival ■ THE Loxton Video Centre is seeking donations of cans of

food from movie lovers this month as part of the ‘Lights, Cans, Action’ promotion. Movie lovers can exchange cans of food for a free DVD rental, with the donations going to local community organisation Loxcare. One can gets you a free weekly rental, while two cans gets you three weekly rentals. Last year the business donated 200 cans of food to Loxcare and the video shop is hoping to improve on that number in 2009.

40th anniversary at Brown’s Well THE Brown’s Well Football Club enjoyed a successful reunion last Saturday with club stalwart Rob Lehmann delighted by the event. Over 230 people attended the games and dinner at Paruna. Among the guests were 1982 premiership coach Gary Menz, Lew Westbrook (premiership coach in 1985/86) and 1988 premiership captain

David Beaton. A part of the night was the cutting of the anniversary cake by life members Kevin and Yvonne Pocock, Stan and Genni Lehmann (pictured above). For the record, Brown’s Well won a thrilling A grade game against Lyrup by a goal on Saturday, while the colts were also victorious.


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Kids focus on the Riverland BY JANE WILSON IN an initiative to get children to think about the things they love about our region, Relationships Australia is running a photographic competition called Celebrating the Riverland. Last week, after a huge response from Riverland schools, 300 disposable cameras were handed out to primary and secondary school students. Photographic workshops were held throughout the region’s schools to help children get the most out of their cameras and be able to take prize winning shots.

■ SNAPPERS: Brian Forgan visited schools last week to tutor students in camera use. Photo: SUPPLIED Those students have choose their top five fauntil August 21 to take vourite snaps. photos of the things they The photos will then think are great about the be judged as a set by high Riverland. profile Riverland photogOnce the films have raphers Tracey Powell and been developed, the chil- Italo Vardaro, as well as dren will get their pho- Jim Cawthorne from Relatos returned so they can tionships Australia.

Prizes will be awarded to the competition winners at a special presentation and the children’s work will be available for public viewing at the Riverland Field Days, Rose Week and Loxton Lights Up. The competition has been made possible with funding Relationships Australia has received through the drought initiative. Don Scordo from Relationships Australia said that in the current difficult times, it is important to to look at the positive things in our lives and that by seeing these images through the eyes of children, the whole community will benefit.

Good support locally for National Tree Day Berri Lions, with help from local businesses and the Berri Primary School, celebrated National Tree Day last week with a tree planting campaign.

The day was organised by Planet Ark. Students were then treated to a free sausage sizzle hosted by the Lions.

Lions look to identify unmarked graves By BRAD PERRY THE Morgan and District Lions Club is embarking on a project to add memorials to more than 250 unmarked graves throughout Morgan and Cadell. The Mid Murray Council is providing $2130 for plaques and headstones and the Cadell Training Centre is providing labour for the project. Morgan and District Lions Club president Averil John said

the idea came from member Ernie Asplin, who spent six weeks researching council records to identify the sites. “He noticed a lot of graves unmarked and said it was a bit untidy,” she said. “He has done a lot of work.” Mrs John said it is great to get support for the project. “We wrote to council for some assistance and they have agreed to pay for the whole lot, which we were surprised about,” she said.

According to Mrs John, Mr Asplin designed the plaques which are currently being professionally cut in Adelaide. “Each headstone will have a name, date of birth, date of death, if we have got it, and it will have a logo of a paddleboat wheel representing Morgan,” she said. Mid Murray Council chief executive officer Dean Gollan said the project is a worthwhile cause and there was no hesitation by council to approve funds.

■ ABOVE: Berri Primary School was a big participant in last week’s National Tree Day and (left) as a result, enjoyed a sausage sizzle provided by the Berri Lions. Photos: SUPPLIED


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Momentum grows for Waikerie hydro pool By BRAD PERRY

■ FUNDRAISER: Ray White Berri held a sausage sizzle recently to help raise money for Greenhill Lodge in Adelaide. Amongst the helpers were staff (from left) Shane McKay, Robert Gruzlewski, Zoe Hunter and Bronte Manuel. Photo: DARREN LOCK

A LOCAL group intent on building a rehabilitation pool in Waikerie believes it is a step closer after receiving overwhelming community support. Riverland West Rehabilitation Pool Working Group chairperson Judy Sparrow said while the facility would help with rehabilitation and exercise, it would also be a boost for the local economy. “We are aiming it as well at the business sector because if it gets built, it will help grow economic development,” she said. “Locally we have had very good support.” Currently, the group is calling for tenders and Mrs Sparrow hopes a feasibility study will be completed by the end of the year. The Loxton Waikerie Council has committed $5000 and Mrs Sparrow said it may seek more funds from council if needed. The Mid Murray Council and local hospitals have also

provided support for the project. The proposed site for the rehabilitation pool is at the back of the Waikerie Sports Centre, opposite the swimming pool, and Mrs Sparrow believes the two can successfully work in tandem. Targeting areas such as Waikerie, Cadell, Morgan and Blanchetown, Mrs Sparrow believes the hydrotherapy poolwould save people travelling to Renmark for the same services. Riverland West Chamber of Commerce chairman Ian Rogers said local businesses are backing the venture. “The Riverland West Chamber of Commerce is supportive of it and we are offering any support we can,” he said. Loxton Waikerie Council acting chief executive officer Peter Sellar said council is also behind the proposed facility. “It (the extra funds) could be through the council (and) that is up to them to put a proposal to us,” he said.

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HE SOUTH Australian Living Arts Festival starts tomorrow and the Riverland will be hosting several events to honour the occasion. SALA will be launched with an official opening at the Renmark Institute to show off the work of Riverland children and teenagers. An exhibition of work from 12 to 26 year olds will be on display. Opening night is at the institute from 6 to 8pm, with

the exhibition running on August 7-9 and 13-16 from 2 to 5.30pm. Meantime, further exhibitions will be held in the Riverland as part of SALA. The Chaffey Theatre will feature creative mosaics and quirky fun ceramics by Riverland artists Helen Burgemeister and Shirley Lord. The exhibition is open Monday to Friday from 9.30 to 4.30pm. At the Riveland Lands Gallery in Berri, 21 artists

will be exhibiting their works as part of the Hinterland exhibition that is on from August 13 to September 30. Opening hours are Monday to Friday from 10am to 4pm. At Loxton, the Terrace Art Gallery will feature an exhibition of land and seascapes, as well as portraits, with the opening from 6pm tomorrow night. Musician Michael Cook will perform at the launch, with the exhibition running throughout August.

ARIES MARCH 21 - APRIL 20 It pays to be aware of what’s going on with other people. They don’t see this the way you do so don’t assume they want what you want. So much depends on them; you really can’t afford to be one way about this.

LEO JULY 21 - AUGUST 20 What you call one thing is really another. On the surface this looks like you being the saint, the savior, or some sort of teacher. Maybe so, but it feels to me like it’s really just about you, being manipulative.

SAGITTARIUS NOVEMBER 21 - DECEMBER 20 You’re getting worked up over nothing. Stop projecting too far into the future.Your worries will weave your future if you can’t find a way to transform them into something else. Try focusing on something positive.

TAURUS APRIL 21 - MAY 20 If we’re honest, whatever we blame on bad luck always turns out to be our own doing. Reaping what you’ve sown is showing you how previous errors in judgment, and your refusal to bend, have created this mess.

VIRGO AUGUST 21 - SEPTEMBER 20 There’s too much going on for you to even begin to deal with what’s going on inside you. At a certain point you’ve got to slow down and get centered enough to focus on whatever it is that hasn’t had time to heal.

CAPRICORN DECEMBER 21 - JANUARY 20 You thought you were over this? Dream on! Intellectually maybe, but down deep you’re so attached, letting go won’t be easy. Whatever you thought would go smoothly isn’t going to end quickly or quietly.

GEMINI MAY 21 - JUNE 20 If you wonder where this is going, look at where it is right now. There’s enough here to show you if there’s any potential in it. If what you have at the moment feels fulfilling, chances are, it’s going somewhere!

LIBRA SEPTEMBER 21 - OCTOBER 20 Getting past the surface layer of attraction always brings us to the bedrock of relationship: that’s what we wind up living with. This was fun up till now. Can you live with the possibilities that lie up ahead?

AQUARIUS JANUARY 21 - FEBRUARY 20 You keep trying to connect with someone who just can’t be there for you. What makes you think this will work? Instead of persisting you might do better to hook up with someone who actually wants to connect.

CANCER JUNE 21 - JULY 20 You’d just as soon skip out on this next affair. Having been there and done that so many times, who needs it? There are as many reasons to go as there are to stay here and deal with it. Which way will you go?

SCORPIO OCTOBER 21 - NOVEMBER 20 You could change everything, in a heartbeat. If your doubts about doing something drastic are keeping you from going for it, this is one time when the riskier choice makes more sense than what might seem practical.

PISCES FEBRUARY 21 - MARCH 20 The grapevine is having a field day with your little story. Eventually your secrets will get back to whoever you’re trying to keep them from. As hard as it is, it would be better for you if you told the truth.


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division of the Paraplegic and Quadriplegic Association of South Australia and has been providing a service to people with a disability in the community throughout metropolitan Adelaide and regional South Australia since 1989. The profits generated by HOMECARE PLUS are put back

into PARAQUAD SA, which allows the association to continue providing much needed services such as peer support advocates, accommodation services and much more. HOMECARE PLUS is well known for offering a diverse range of services such as: personal care, cooking, cleaning, shopping, recreation and support with accessing community services, which are designed to assist clients to live as independently as possible in their own community. HOMECARE PLUS is committed to ensuring that clients have as much choice as possible about how their services are implemented and this includes working with other organisations, family members and case managers to ensure that a client’s needs are met. HOMECARE PLUS’ Riverland office is located in Berri but provides support to clients throughout the Riverland area, with qualified support workers available 24

hours a day, seven days a week and 365 days a year. HOMECARE PLUS also has an extensive range of products to assist people in the community with their day to day living. Often due to a disability, ageing, illness or accident, people require specialised equipment that allows them to perform everyday tasks such as mobility, showering, dressing or other household tasks. HOMECARE PLUS stocks a wide range of products such as wheelchairs, walkers, showering aids, kitchen aids and dressing aids to help with these special needs. We also stock a wide range of continence aids and wound care products. A selection of continence samples are available to help you choose the right product to suit your needs. The Berri office is open Monday to Friday from 10am to 3pm at Unit 1/3 Worman Street, Berri.

Please call in and have a look at the vast range of products available. If HOMECARE PLUS does not have an item or product in stock it is happy to order items in to suit a customer’s individual needs.

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■ RANGE: HOMECARE PLUS has several mobile solutions including wheelchairs, scooters and walking frames. Photos: JANE WILSON

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New building and renovations

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â&#x2013;  NEW: Solar energy can save your household thousands while reducing your carbon footprint. of user-friendly sustainable energy technology. Through extensive research and product development with the worldâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s major manufacturers and suppliers, ZEN has quickly become Australiaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s leading home energy systems brand. ZEN systems are synonymous with quality, reliability and integrity and a must have for any modern home. The range encompasses home energy systems, solar hot water systems and solar farms using the ZEN-D81

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New building and renovations

Securing the right home loan for you market rates, usually for the first six or 12 months of the loan, to attract new borrowers. After the initial discount period, the loan will revert to the standard variable rate. These loans will commonly have payout penalties if repaid within the first few years of their term. However, they can provide very cheap rates to help buyers reduce their debt in the early stages of their loan.

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HE home loan market has changed quite considerably in the past six months and the lending options and deposit amounts required have also changed. Whether you are buying your first home, upgrading from your present home or even refinancing, the options available in todayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s home loan market can be confusing for even the most experienced borrowers. Most lenders now offer a wide range of home loan options to choose from. The hard part is selecting which sort of loan is best for you and your individual needs. Some of the many factors to be considered include : â&#x20AC;˘ Do I want the flexibility to make extra repayments? â&#x20AC;˘ What happens if interest rates rise? â&#x20AC;˘ Can I redraw extra payments? â&#x20AC;˘ Is a Line of Credit facility what I need? â&#x20AC;˘ Are there early payout penalties?

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The main types of home loans most commonly used today are:

The main benefits of these loan types are that they generally have few restrictions. Common features include the ability to make additional repayments at any time, no payout penalties (or only in the first few years), redraw facilities and lower fee structures. The negative is of course, if interest rates rise, so does your rate.

as mentioned earlier but at a cheaper interest rate. These loans have become increasingly popular as they offer interest discounts for the life of the loan. The down side is they normally have higher establishment fees and any extra features such as redraw will also usually have a fee and minimum transaction limit.

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â&#x2013;  AS THE name suggests, this is the â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;everydayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; home loan which has an interest rate that moves with market trends.

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â&#x2013;  THESE loans are commonly called â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;honeymoonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; loans where the lenders offer below normal

â&#x2013;  FIXED loans will enable borrowers to lock into a fixed rate for a set period. This can vary from one year up to 10 years. This loan offers peace of mind in an environment of rising interest rates, knowing your rate is fixed. Of course if rates fall, you can be left at a rate above that of the market. Fixed rate loans will generally have restrictions on extra repayments, payout penalties if repaid during the fixed term and no redraw options.

Line of credit â&#x2013;  UNLIKE the previously mentioned loans, which normally require principle and interest payments over a specific term, line of credit home loans are interest only facilities.

They operate like an overdraft where you can access funds up to an approved credit limit. These loans commonly have variable rates and provide great flexibility to access credit on an ongoing basis. Used correctly in conjunction with direct salary credits and an interest free credit card, they also have the potential to reduce the term of your loan. However, they are best used by those with a financial discipline and budget sense because if poorly managed, the debt may be difficult to reduce.

Local experience available â&#x2013;  PAUL Hutchins Loans Centre is available to assist you through the home loan maze. Paul and his team has access to a wide range of lenders, including the major banks, credit unions and non-bank lenders. Importantly, he can offer home loan products that are not usually available through the normal branch network. Combined with more than 25 years experience in the finance industry, he can offer advice on which loan is best for you, arrange approval and guide you through the settlement process - all at no cost to you. Call Paul Hutchins Loans Centre today on 8586 3160 to discuss your borrowing options.

                 



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16 â&#x20AC;˘ Riverland Weekly â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Thursday August 6, 2009 ADVERTISING FEATURE

New building and renovations

Devileeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s now dealing in Daikin W

HEN the temperatureâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s right inside your home or work place, you feel more comfortable. So when building a new home or renovating an existing one, be sure to see the trusted team at Devileeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s to handle your home heating and cooling needs. Devileeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s has been serving the region for 35 years and has just been appointed Daikin agents. As a world leader in air conditioning and one of the largest manufacturers of air conditioners, Daikin can be trusted to keep your climate at a comfortable temperature. With operations around the globe, Daikin has invested billions of dollars in research and development to produce â&#x2013;  SPLIT SYSTEM: Daikin also produces a wide range air conditioning products that of split system air conditioners suitable for are energy efficient, quiet, Australian homes. simple to use, and reliable.

â&#x2013;  SERVICE: Devileeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s are agents for several trusted brands in heating and cooling. Photos: JANE WILSON

A Daikin air conditioner is an investment that will deliver significant benefits to you and your familyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s environment. Right now, Devileeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s stocks a wide range of Daikin

products, including the highly acclaimed ducted systems. Thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a huge selection of ducted systems to choose from, each with its own unique features to suit any situation.

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â&#x2013;  CONTROL: Devileeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s manager John Mutton with a premium zone controller that comes free with any Daikin ducted system purchase. ducted zone controllers have innovative features to make it easy for you to enjoy the comfort of your own home even more. There are four models to help you tailor your Daikin ducted system exactly to your needs. There is a backlit display

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New building and renovations in both the swing compressor (71 class) and the latest scroll compressor (100-60 class). â&#x20AC;˘ Super Aero Grill â&#x20AC;&#x201C; refined ventilation mechanism enables further reduction in required fan power. â&#x20AC;˘ Up to 50 metres of refrigerant piping allows flexibility of location. â&#x20AC;˘ Certified operation down to -10°C in heating and up to 46°C in cooling. â&#x20AC;˘ Smooth air inlet bell mouth and aero spiral fan â&#x20AC;&#x201C; these two features work to significantly reduce noise. Guides are added to the bell mouth intake to reduce turbulence in the airflow generated by fan suction. The Aero Spiral Fan further reduces turbulence resulting. â&#x20AC;˘ High efficiency (Hi-X) heat exchanger coils that further add to energy savings. â&#x20AC;˘ Built to exceed compliance with relevant AS/NZS standards. â&#x20AC;˘ Utilise Daikinâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s proprietary electronic control system, for more precise control. â&#x20AC;˘ High strength galvanized steel casing. â&#x20AC;˘ Design of indoor units allows for installation into limited roof space. â&#x20AC;˘ Can be dismantled for easier installation in limited roof space.

Daikin has invested billions of dollars in research and development.

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New building and renovations

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New building and renovations

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LUXAFLEX can assist you in creating a comfortable environment within your home with the extensive range of shading solutions that enable you to adjust and control temperature by several degrees in both winter and summer. Energy-efficient window fashions such as Luxaflex Duette shades, translate to internal temperature control, as well as year-round savings on your energy bills.

Privacy TO ACHIEVE internal privacy, especially in a range of bathrooms, bedrooms and childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s rooms, Luxaflex offers a complete range of fabrics that provide many levels of coverage. Luxaflex roller blinds and Roman shades in Ultraflocke fabric and Duette shades generally offer the highest levels of privacy.

â&#x2013;  AMBIENT: Controlling light in your home can provide the perfect ambience for any occasion.

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Nakita Daphney Rose Briant

Isabella Jayne Brooks

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Dillon Joshua Marks BORN July 31st, 2009 weighing 4.136kg to Steve and Emma of Monash. A brother for Lachlan

Riely Albert Murray Harding BORN July 30th, 2009 weighing 2.68kg, to Tara and Shaun of Renmark. Brother to Micheala

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WAIKERIE 40 Lawrie Tce Ray White Waikerie RLA 195714 Cary Hocking 0488 414 460 Price $320,000 Inspect By Appointment

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VERY so often a home comes on the market that truly offers it all. This solid brick lovely 3 bedroom home can definitely lay claim to this. Positioned in the centre of Waikerie it is only a short walk to the town main shopping area, all schools, bowling club, swimming pool, recreation centre, gym, medical centre and hospital.

The front of the home has been landscaped with natives and mulched with bark chips for an easy care, low maintenance, attractive garden setting while the rear yard offers large paved areas and under cover verandah for the entertaining of friends and family with enough space to have them all around at once. Enter the home and you are

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either the breakfast bar or the dining table. The home has three bedrooms, bathroom and laundry. The third bedroom is attached to a fully self contained unit that includes bathroom, laundry, kitchen and lounge. Whether used as accommodation for family or rented out for additional income this unit completes the package.

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EAUTIFULLY restored with classic features, thoroughly preserved. Pressed metal ceilings, timber panelling with dado rails, chair rails and solid stone walls they are all here in this early 1900â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s cottage. The gardens have been drought proofed both front and rear with stone garden beds and decorative displays of antique equipment all adding to the charm of this home. Beside the home there is the perfect place to grow a few vegetables or perhaps establish a small orchard on the large vacant block of land

included with the home and inhabited only by native trees and a gravel driveway leading to the home. As you enter the home the extras begin to stand out lead lighting in door panels, timber look floors. There are two spacious bedrooms both fitted with ceiling fans and timber blinds. The dining room has a formal feel to it with chair rails and a slow combustion heater for the cold evenings and a ceiling fan to cool those balmy nights. The kitchen is well laid out and has an electric stove set back into the old fire hearth keep-

ing the cottage feel in place while still catering for the modern chef. The newest addition to the home is the family room which has added plenty of space and contains a reverse cycle air conditioner and for the cool winter days there is a slow combustion heater. The family room leads out to a great outdoor patio area, a perfect spot to entertain friends or just relax and enjoy your favourite wine. This property is perfect as a holiday home or to call base for the retiring traveller. Call now to inspect by appointment.

MORGAN 6 North East Tce Ray White Waikerie RLA 195714 Cary Hocking 0488 414 460 Price $210,000 Inspect By Appointment

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The

List

HOME INSPECTIONS Saturday August 8, 2009

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OW would you like a fully fenced piece of land 47 acres (30.1 Ha) in size, all to yourself? But, instead of camping on the property you had your own three bedroom iron clad house with mains water, phone connection,

basic solar power system and backup generator? What about if all of this was only minutes to the river? Located just out of Swan Reach is this surprising property that has all of the above. If you are after a peace-

ful place where you can get away from it all, here is the perfect bush retreat. Imagine the luxury of a home and added flexibility of an extra bunkhouse perfect for friends and family to camp in amongst the diverse bushland and wildlife.

BARMERA

2/5 Guy Street LJ Hooker 10.30 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 11.30am 6 Fisher Drive Ray White Berri 10.45 - 11.15am 7 Phillips Road LJ Hooker 11.00 - 11.45am Sec 124 Kingsbury Rd LJ Hooker 11.30 - 12.00pm Jury Road LJ Hooker 11.30 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 12.30pm 5 Marshall Street Ray White Berri 12.00 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 2.00pm Old Ferry Road Ray White Berri

11.00 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 12.00pm Sec 169 Yeo Road Ray White Berri 12.30 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 1.30pm Sect 546 Thiele Avenue Ray White Berri

RENMARK 9.30 - 10.00am 10.15 - 10.45am 11.15 - 11.45am

3 Howie Drive Ray White Renmark 4 Cook Street Ray White Renmark Cooltong Avenue, just off Government Rd Ray White Renmark

BARMERA 3.00 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 4.00pm

SWAN REACH Lot 4 Hundred of Fisher Marschall First National RLA 47936 Phone: 8541 2777 Price $137,000 Inspect By appointment

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BERRI 10.00 - 10.30am

Iron clad

FOR THIS WEEK

40 Queen Elizabeth Drive Ray White Berri

WAIKERIE 10.30 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 11.30am 18 Heming Street Ray White Waikerie 12.00 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 1.00pm 54c Lawrie Terrace Ray White Waikerie

LOVEDAY 2.30 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 3.30pm

Lt 9 Sec 1073 Slaughter Rd

Ray White Berri

LOXTON 10.00 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 10.30am 47 Tobruk Terrace Ray White Loxton 10.00 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 10.30am 39 First Street Ray White Loxton 10.30 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 11.00am 2 Acacia Avenue Ray White Loxton 10.45 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 11.15am 4 Klingberg Street Ray White Loxton 11.30 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 12.00pm 33 Barker Street Ray White Loxton 11.30 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 12.15pm 62 Second Street Ray White Loxton 12.00 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 12.30pm 121 Paruna Road Ray White Loxton 12.45 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 1.30pm 53 Tobruk Terrace Ray White Loxton 36 Fourth Street 1.00 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 2.00pm Ray White Loxton 12 Schaefer Drive 2.00 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 3.00pm Ray White Loxton 12 Thiele Avenue 2.00 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 2.45pm Ray White Loxton 3.00 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 3.30pm 16 Hameister Avenue Ray White Loxton 25 Tanko Street 3.15 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 4.00pm Ray White Loxton 4.00 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 4.30pm 3 Westbrook Avenue Ray White Loxton

For Marschall First National, Berri and Waikerie properties, call their office on 8541 2777, 7 days a week to arrange an inspection time convenient to buyers and sellers.


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Tigers opt to play on in 2010

■ From Page 52 The Tigers will now turn their attention towards a major recruiting campaign to secure players for next season in both football and netball. Club treasurer Richard Salisbury said the club is currently “groping” but determined to survive. “We’ve got five or six weeks to try and get numbers for next year to make sure we’ve got all the grades playing football and netball,” Mr Salisbury said. He said the club has enough volunteer support to ensure the off field organisation takes place. “It would be disastrous to the town if it went,” Mr Salisbury said. “This decision was probably bigger than most council decisions that have been made about the town in the past 10 years. “We would probably never get it back again.” The Tigers’ clouded future also placed the MMFA in jeopardy. However, Mr Salisbury said last night’s meeting provided good news for the association. “If we can keep our team, then the rest of the clubs have promised they will stay with us, so the association continues,” he said. The club will inform the MMFA of definite plans for the 2010 season by the end September. It will be targeting new players from outside of the region, as well as among shack owners and motorcycling enthusiasts who regularly visit the town.

Netball rivals meet again Renmark v Berri RENMARK has the points on Berri this season, after defeating it in its second encounter with the first finishing in an exciting draw. With Amy Leesue pulling out for the rest of the year with a back injury and Anita Modlinski’s season over also, Renmark will have the opportunity to try some new younger talent through its goal circle,

the likes of Reenie Leuders (15) and Abby Williams (18) already gaining valuable experience. However, it is probably the wrong time of year for drastic changes. Berri performed brilliantly last week with strong performances all over the court and would love the chance to redeem its earlier loss to Renmark. We are tipping Renmark by one goal.

LAST week’s loss to Loxton North would have came as a real shock for Loxton, which has been in irresistible form before last week. Barmera is in a similar, yet far more drastic situation, suffering big losses in succession recently. The answer lies in having a look at what worked earlier in the season and replicating it.

Waikerie v Loxton North LOXTON North’s defence is highly rated across the association and with Alyse

Worsfold stepping up along with Sheridan Purvis’ leadership through the midcourt, it is forming as a genuine finals threat – if it can make the four. The Waikerie midcourt of Amy Hartwig, Jackie Miller and Marisa Hand has it all ahead of them and if it can maintain possession and the goalies shoot accurately, Waikerie could be a real handful. Loxton North should win by about 25 goals.

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Berri v Renmark RENMARK is the only team to get close to beating Berri this season, when it gained a one all draw in round five. Renmark veterans Dave Craker and Andrew Coombs have proved they are capable of pushing the ball forward and giving opportunities to the likes of Callum Benda. Goalkeeper Tony Halupka has helped Berri concede just 16 goals this season compared to Renmark’s 37. Berri will notch its 11th win of the season with an easy win.

The Ashes and all that

Lord’s is great for tradition but Birmingham has it covered for noise and atmosphere. They cheer far louder and sing some tremendous songs, the lyrics of which include: “Stand up if you are one-nil up” which is repeated, “Your next queen is Camilla Parker-Bowles”, plus another ripper in “You are Scotland in disguise”. They also chant “Who are ya, who are ya?” when someone is involved in the game that they have no idea about. Test debutant Graham Manou told me after play on day two, that when he went out to bat he started laughing when the crowd started that chant – not a bad way to lose your nerves ahead of your first Test innings. It was a great moment in Manou’s life, let alone his career, to become Australia’s 411th Test cap. He seemed to be very relaxed throughout, with a smile never far away from his face. Brad Haddin could well come back in on Friday

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Waikerie v Loxton THE young guns at Loxton combined to cause one of the upsets of the season with a win over Renmark last round and will be looking to continue the winning feeling against Waikerie. It was the young players who inspired Loxton to upset Renmark last round, with Steven Trezise, Sean Burgess, Aaron Evans and Adam Hampel showing class well above their age. On home turf, Waikerie will rely on midfield run from Brenton Kroehn and Alex Fulwood. Loxton can take it up to Waikerie but the latter will win.

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but if he doesn’t, I have no doubt ‘Choco’ will keep well again. Hopefully some of his family will make it over for the match, given they will possibly have some notice to jump on a jumbo jet to get here. Off the field, there is much to like about Birmingham. It has some of the best curry houses in the UK, including Shimla Pinks, which I visited on the Saturday night of the match. Our waiter informed us that soccer star David Beckham is a regular there when he is in the country and is most obliging to autograph hunters and people seeking photos when dining there. In a country where so many sportsmen are in trouble these days for off-field stupidity, it is reassuring that at least one superstar knows how to conduct himself. So it’s on the way up the M6 to Leeds for what should be another great match – here’s hoping Australia can level things and we head to the Oval at one all, with the Ashes on the line.

WAIKERIE has been beaten comprehensively by every team in the competition this season and is in no shape to stop a rampaging Loxton. Loxton beat Renmark last round and the form of Louise Smith and Sara Jenzen has been damaging for opposition sides. Lisa Varady has also worked well in defence. Waikerie relies on the likes of Brianna Seabrook, Ashleigh Baker and Cherisye Hope, who have all put in commendable efforts without a win. Loxton should win.

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Shift in momentum detected in England HAS the momentum of the Ashes series changed after Australia managed to secure a draw by batting out the final day of the Third Test in Edgbaston? Solid innings by Michael Clarke and Marcus North helped Australia keep England’s series lead to just 10 as we head to Leeds for what should be another exciting encounter, starting Friday. England got some form bounce from the draw in the First Test, so perhaps the same thing will happen to Australia. Team selection will again be an issue. Mitchell Johnson is still struggling with the ball, Brett Lee says he is fit to come in, while Stuart Clark must also come under consideration. An eye on the weather forecast may help decide what happens. My mail is Johnson and Lee won’t play, while Clark will. The atmospherics of Edgbaston are far different to Lord’s, with the local fans more noisy and passionate.

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Sports Goss Riverland’s pink cause

■ OBVIOUSLY for our footballers and netballers to use pink balls in their matches there would need to be a very special reason. Well there can be no more worthy cause than cancer awareness, or more particularly breast cancer awareness, so Saturday, August 15, which has been set aside as ‘Pink Day’. Riverland football and netball bodies, in conjunction with Riverland Premier Sports (with balls to the value of $1500), are supporting the venture and in many games on that day we will have the unusual sight of pink balls being kicked and tossed about. As well as the awareness of this dreaded disease, there will also be an opportunity for people to make donations towards cancer research. Special donation tins will be available at RFL A grade and Independent matches on the day, while the RNA will have the same facilities available at home games both this weekend August 8 and on Pink Day. Independent netballers join in on August 15. The campaign has also been extended to include soccer on Sunday, August 16, at Renmark.

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RFL medal night to host footy legends ■ MOST things the Riverland Football League has touched in this Centenary Year have turned to gold, so it is no surprise to learn of the special guests available for the two major presentation functions. The Independent’s Duthie Medal Dinner at the Cobdogla club on Monday, August 31, will feature Neil ‘The King’ Kerley, while at the Whillas Medal on Monday, September 7, colourful former AFL big man Peter ‘Spida’ Everitt is certain to entertain. By the way, on radio last Sat-

urday morning I scrounged some early tips for the Whillas Medal out of RFL chief Mick Beech. He went Pete Smith (Loxton), Simon Callahan (Renmark), Peter Safralidis (Berri), Jim Thomson (Waikerie), Dillon Millard (Barmera Monash) and Brad Williams (Loxton North). Acknowledging the Demons’ ability to throw up a successful dark horse in past seasons, we did get around to discussing 2009 recruit Geordie Franks, who has had a stellar first up year with the Demons.

Baseballers training ■ SENIOR players from the Berri Warriors and Barmera Lakers baseball clubs are conducting fortnightly Sunday skills training programs at Berri’s Glassey Park. The next is on Sunday, August 16. The scope of the sessions will cater for beginners through to experienced players and will cover everything from batting and pitching to base running to sliding. Junior players from T-Ball to under 16 from all Riverland clubs are particularly invited to take part, while anyone aiming at selection in RBA teams, junior to senior, for the October long weekend country championships are also urged to attend.

Morgan Dirt Kart championships ■ THE Morgan Dirt Kart club’s biggest meeting of the season, its annual club championships, will be held from 4pm Saturday, August 22. This event normally attracts up to 150 competitors from across the state and from over the border. The meeting is fully catered and admission is free. So come on out for a day that is full of action and is sure to impress your family.

■ THE KING: Former Riverlander and famous South Australian football legend Neil Kerley will be attending the Duthie Medal count and RFL chief Mick Beech predicts Berri’s Geordie Franks (right) is an outside chance to take the Whillas.

Record greyhound winning streak? ■ I HAVE little knowledge of the history of Riverland greyhounds but I wonder whether we should be checking the record books in view of Shaun Matcott training 18 winners in only eight meetings so far this season. Six meetings remain, with the next being at Gawler with its TAB facilities on Sunday, August 16. Murray Bridge’s Matcott landed another

four winners on Saturday on a program extended to eight races to cater for the large number of nominations that continue to roll in for the Barmera track. Somewhat surprisingly, only one of those winners on Saturday started favourite - Dyna Jaclyn in race six, paying $2.20 when it beat home Black and Bent by a head. Donal Bale ($4.40), Espionage ($5),

and Drudwyn Bale ($5) were all good value. In the maiden races, Chutney Lad converted some good recent performances into a first win, while Norma Millington’s Run Around Rosie wondered where Where’s Bob was, as it crossed the line in front. Where’s Bob was two lengths astern in second.

Busy bowls calendar for locals ■ LAWN bowls certainly is not just about pennant seasons. The present annual August Classic at the Loxton Bowling club ends the sport’s ‘off season’ – of about three weeks duration. Perhaps lawn bowls in the Riverland has not yet achieved the level of acceptance as a sport for all ages, or as an alternative sport, that is evident elsewhere but it certainly has the potential to do so. You simply do not have to play ‘serious’ bowls because there are numerous opportunities to become involved in the sport by way of social events, even now although, pennant seasons, despite being still a few months away. You may have a regular sport already but in these times casual bowls sessions offer opportunities to play in

a relaxed, fun atmosphere – ‘play and play’ if you like. The Barmera club has purely social afternoons on Wednesdays, Berri’s day is on Saturday, Renmark plays Wednesday, Renmark RSL goes Tuesday and Friday and Waikerie is on Tuesday and Thursday. All start at 1pm. Meanwhile, there are plenty of carnivals: ■ Loxton RSL: August 11 to 14, contact Dennis Drabsch (8584 9072). ■ Renmark: August 16 to 21, contact Tony Guerin (8586 6474) or Mal Weiss (0437 850 654). ■ Waikerie: August 22 to 28, contact Tim Strauss (8541 2829). ■ Renmark RSL: August 22 to 28, contact Mirco De Col (8586 6001). ■ Barmera/Moorook: August 29 to 31, contact Sheila Lockwood (8588 3010).

■ Berri: September 3/4, contact Kerry Treloar (8583 2301). ■ Loxton BP Classic: September 17/18, contact David Kimber (0427 546 237). Loxton mixed and ladies events: September 21-22, contact Lorraine Lee (8584 7887). And then guess what? The ladies pennant season starts with the men to follow shortly afterwards. Whew ! Anyone for a game of bowls? One important issue as far as the many events held by our bowls people, over almost 12 months of the year is that many of those participating come from other areas, some annually over a long period and put a lot of money into our towns. It is a terrific effort.

■ PENNANTS: The bowls calendar is full of carnivals, social events and a new pennants season. Photo: FILE


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“And the riders will be be going up until they reach the top of the climb, when they’ll start going down.” ~ Tour De France commentator

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I said ‘out through that door, mate, through that Long Room there’. He found his way to the nets.

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North turns the tables ■ THE score in last Saturday’s Warneke/ Obst Cup netball clash when Loxton North, fifth, scored a massive upset 49-40 over top side Loxton, was obviously far different to that of the previous meeting between the rival clubs on Friday, June 12. On that occasion Loxton won 42-28. But there wasn’t any change in the best players named after both contests, North’s Renee Williams and Karina Tschirpig and Loxton’s Jackie Dahlitz and Tess Dempsey were the stars each time. The boil over now gives North a genuine chance of grabbing a finals spot from an out of sorts fourth placed Barmera. By the way, the people responsible for arranging this year’s A1 program must have

had a crystal ball. With only two rounds of matches remaining, Renmark, now in top position and Loxton would probably dispute premiership favouritism but big improvers Berri are surging and emerging as a genuine threat. In their two remaining outings Berri meet - guess who? Renmark then Loxton. So, by close of play on that last night, Friday, August 14, we should be able to frame our odds for the pennant more accurately. ■ HEATED CONTEST: Loxton’s Eve Will and Loxton North’s Lisa Koehne with the Warneke/ Obst cup, which was won by Loxton North in Riverland netball at the weekend.

Boys to light up in local softball ■ AUSTRALIA has just won its first ever World Men’s Open Softball Championship in Canada. With the national under 19s having won their comparative title for four years in a row, men’s softball in this country is at an all time high. It is therefore interesting to see that a proposal to introduce an all men’s/boys’ competition to the Riverland will be on the agenda for the local association’s AGM on Monday, August 17, at 7.30pm at Berri’s Glassey Park. Males under 16 have already been permitted to play in the RSA. This age level was previously under 14 but was raised to cater for boys looking to qualify for state teams. There are thoughts it should be again reduced. What then happens (if that occurs) to boys that are too old? Some do not want to play baseball, others want to participate in both sports. There are also apparently a number of males who have moved into this area after playing softball elsewhere.

Speedway news good ■ SURELY Riverland Speedway’s Greg Haynes wasn’t bubbling over simply because he was elected club president for a second two year term at last week’s annual general meeting? He had several other reasons to be excited. Firstly, it has just been announced that eight of England’s top riders who are “really quick” will be competing at the club’s Riverland solo and sidecar championships on December 5. Of course the 2009-10 season starts on October 4 with all day burnouts. Greg is also pleased at an influx of a number of new financial members, including a large group from Murray Bridge and also some welcome additions to the committee. New members are Wayne and Betty Johnson, Tim Humby, Emma Menz and James Brennan. Louise Pahl will continue as secretary, Jim Higgs as track manager, Greg’s wife Tracey as treasurer, with a new role as nomination–licence secretary, Barry Sullivan, vice president, and ongoing committee members while Bianca Haynes, Fred and Jo Birg, Grace and Wayne Fennell.

Hence the idea of introducing Riverland men’s/boys’ teams in 2009/10. Already Port Pirie has under 14, 16 and open male competitions, along with Hills and the strong Northern Men’s Association (however, SA has not had a team in the national open men’s competition). Wise heads in the Riverland are also conscious of promoting softball as a family sport and if you believe all you hear, administrators will have to now be more proactive than ever as the welfare of local clubs continues to ebb and flow. The rumour mills have defending A grade champions Loxton in pretty good nick after the club was in dire straits only a few years ago. Berri, without a team in any grade for a couple of seasons, after being one of the competition’s powerhouses for many years, is apparently working to return. Talking of powerhouses, there have been suggestions that those unique premiership collectors Cobdogla may not have a side at top level this coming season. Almost unthinkable that!

Renmark, Lyrup and Waikerie have all battled for numbers in recent years, while on a positive note, Gerard could well add a B grade line-up to their C and primary grades. Indeed these are interesting times for local softball and we look forward to developments at the AGM. However, there have also been some major developments at the SA Softball Association. Apparently SASA convened a governance revue, calling in an independent body to look at the sport from top to bottom. As a result, a suggestion has been tabled to employ people from outside to provide skills in certain areas that are not being suitably serviced by volunteers. I have said it often before, when looking at any club or association that is struggling to get teams out on the park in any sport, we always seem to focus on a shortage of players. I believe that with an adequate number of dedicated volunteer administrators/officials the players required would materialise in many of those cases.

Locals in off road challenge ■ ROUND three of the SA Off Road series was held at Mannum last weekend with Kieran Kelly/Troy Henderson finally getting their imported American car to behave itself for a win in front of Matt Ridley and Ben Erceg. From the Waikerie–Riverland cars entries that were a bit light on, Leanne Walker drove her partner Scott Schiller’s Pro Buggy into third place in the class, with Julie Burridge as her navigator and Mick and Lisa Surfield won the Super 1650s . Of the others, James Copeland, Lindsay Foster and Toby Francombe went 1, 2, 3 in the prologue and were in positions to excel in the main event before being crippled by mechanical problems. In fact, only seven of 24 starters made it home. Round four of the series is set down for Wynarka on August 15-16.

Highly anticipated soccer match coming up

■ GOAL: Riverlanders are being urged to get behind the local soccer competition this weekend.

■ BRING it on! Sunday at Berri will see reigning soccer premiers, Top Four Cup holders and leading side in 2009 Renmark Olympic take on by a red hot Berri River Rangers. It must be some time since a local soccer match has been so keenly anticipated. Last Sunday, Olympic was untroubled in defeating the Development Squad 4-0 but were not all that impressive and arguably yet again did not obtain full value for the many opportunities a full strength squad created. On the other hand, Rangers continued to impress with an even line-up featuring inspiring goalkeeper Adrian Pipe, Dale Harwood, Steve Atkinson and Ergi Siy too good for an undermanned Barmera Black winning 7-1. Not to be forgotten, Barmera Gold clashes with Renmark Development Squad in Sunday’s other game. It will be worth the trip to Berri so get down and cheer them on.


36 â&#x20AC;˘ Riverland Weekly â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Thursday August 6, 2009

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Armchair Experts MALLEE FOOTBALL LEAGUE

RIVERLAND INDEPENDENTS

MATCH OF THE ROUND

MATCH OF THE ROUND outgunning previously unbeaten Cobdogla in fine style. Jono Wood has been terrific in defence and the midfieldâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s running game featuring Andrew Lloyd, Chris Gardner and Shannon Hissey is a vital cog in the chain that is Paringa. Anthony Lippis added six goals against Cobby to take his season tally to 69 and will want to kick another bag this round. Wunkar is searching for its fifth win in a row and Lincoln Evans, Adi

Paringa v Wunkar THERE is one certain outcome when the final siren blows in this match, the winner will sit in second spot with the chance of a home final. Wunkar needs to claim a big scalp in a hunt for further credibility before it starts its finals campaign and there is no bigger opportunity than against Paringa. The Swans proved they were a serious premiership threat after

Lovegrove and Sean Gray have significantly contributed over the past month. Harley Bennell and Shane Schulz stand tall in attack, while Tim Hucks and Nick Allan are proven performers. Wunkar is one up on Paringa after a one goal victory in round six and both sides finish well. Despite the Swanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s scintillating form of late, the Bulldogsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; continued aggression at the football will see them record a two goal win.

THE OTHER GAMES

East Murray v Cobdogla STILL smarting from its hiding at the hands of Paringa, Cobdogla will want to restore the local faith with a win over a depleted East Murray. After finishing second to last in 2008, the Tigers will be hoping for one more win to secure a fifth place finish this season. East Murray ended its three game winning run when it lost to Wunkar last round but may struggle to kick a winning score with Cobdoglaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Rob Smyth, Zac Walker and Derek Clark heading the opposition defence. Cobdogla wingman Deane

Lyrup v Ramco LYRUP will be desperate to atone last roundâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s loss to rival Brownâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Well but Ramco is certain to make sure that does not occur. However, the Roosters will have to be careful they do not stumble towards the finish line with their final round matches against the two bottom sides, Lyrup and Brownâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Well. Midfielder Jason Marr continues to impress with his in and under work ethic and could be a serious chance for the medal this season. With Jacob and Nigel Hole at opposite ends of the ground, Ramco ensures Lyrup has no margin for error.

Mitchell and play maker Luke Hefford have found form in time for the finals campaign and key forwards Darrell Tilbrook (46 goals) and Troy Dawson (33 goals) have starred of late. For East Murray, Todd Collins continues to be the shining light on the goal front, while the ever reliable trio of Dan Fuss, David Andriske and veteran Tony Francis continue to get plenty of the ball. Expect the Eagles to bounce back and put on a clinical performance after its first loss for the season last start. Cobby to win by 12 goals.

Moorook-Kingston v Brownâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Well THIS match looms as a fight for crediblity with both teams stuck on three wins each. Brownâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Well tasted victory against Lyrup in its 40th anniversary last round and will want to repeat its round six meeting in which the Bombers were triumphant over the Warriors by 14 points in a shootout. Moorook-Kingston has failed to find the goals enough of late, kicking just 10 goals in its past eight quarters of football, five of those without a goal. The Warriors will be looking to Nick White and Travis Voigt to don the guernsey, after kicking six and five goals respectively when they last met the Bombers. Roger Taylor and John Robertson are options up forward but the side needs another goal option. Captain Darran van der Woude has been one of the Warriorsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; best this season and Joe Abdulla reads the play well. Outstanding performances from veteran Russ Charles and Craig Hyde have kept Brownâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Well off the bottom of the ladder and will need to be watched carefully by the Warriors. Ash Smith bagged six goals last time the two sides met and will want to be prominent again. Ruckman Brian Hampel has also been a key contributor along with Scott Gillet. Moorook-Kingston will not want to lose its fifth game in a row and should beat Brownâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Well by three goals.

Marcus McGrath and Alistair Geeham have plenty of supply into the forward line and will want to eradicate last roundâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s terrible kicking after the team booted 24 behinds from 40 shots at goal. Led by Nathan Willmott, who makes the most of his opportunities, Lyrup has been competitive at best. Despite the efforts of Roy Grenfell, Adrian Abdulla and Adam Caputo, the Lions are wooden spooners for the first time in six years. Ramco has a tough mountain to climb towards the premiership flag but can condemn Lyrup to eight straight losses with an easy 12 goal win.

Karoonda v BDT IS this the preview of the second semi-final? BDT has the minor premiership all sown up, while the Magpies all but have the double chance on ice. A win for Karoonda will secure second spot, forcing reigning premiers Lameroo into the sudden death knock-out final in week one of the major round. All will depend on Karoondas not being blown away in the second half, as has happened in

GAME TWO

Lameroo v Pinnaroo THERE is much on the line for both sides in this contest of neighbours. Lameroo still has a slight double chance hope, while Pinnaroo will be looking to shut Murrayville out of the finals race. Pinnaroo had a big win the last time these two teams met, in a real statement of intent.

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11

1

1668

713

22

70.05

PARINGA

9

3

1687

837

18

66.84

WUNKAR

9

3

1567

1206

18

56.51

RAMCO

8

4

1572

897

16

63.67

EAST MURRAY

4

8

928

1607

8

36.61

MOOROOK-KINGSTON

3

9

1043

1438

6

42.04

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3

9

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1

11

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1685

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Peake v Murrayville WITH two rounds left, Peake have a slim chance left of securing a win in 2009. Importantly, a win this week against fifth placed Murrayville would blow the Bulldogs out of the finals race. The Lions will need almost superhuman performances from defender Stephen Morris, Kym Marwick and Gareth

Diprose to get over the line, as well as find a key forward target. Adding further spice to this contest is that Drew Crane needs to score 11 goals to kick the century for the season. If he does the job, the Bulldogs will no doubt win. Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re tipping the big â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;fellaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; to do it and to guide his side to an important percentage boosting win.

THE BOTTOM LINE TEAM

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BDT

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883

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64.88

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6

1365

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7

1370

1452

12

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8

1289

1547

10

45.45

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13

848

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Last week Last week

Brownâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Well 14.18 (102) d Lyrup 14.12 (96). Ramco 16.24 (120) d Mrk-Kingston 4.16 (40). Wunkar 27.17 (179) d East Murray 9.8 (62). Paringa 15.10 (100) d Cobdogla 6.14 (50)

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GAME THREE

THE BOTTOM LINE COBDOGLA

other meetings between those sides this season. BDTâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s midfield of Josh Keller, Josh and Lachlan Richardson, Jordan Richards and Luke Remfry is the best in the competition. So it will be up to Justin Jackson, Jacob Neary, Jarrod Graetz and Brodie Chinner to stall their progress. With both teams wanting the upperhand come finals time, we think this will be a scorcher. For some reason, weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re tipping a Karoonda victory.

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Karoonda 13.11 (89) d Lameroo 12.4 (76). BDT 21.19 (145) d Murrayville 15.15 (105). Pinnaroo 27.19 (181) d Peake 11.10 (76).

Leading goal kickers D. Crane, Murrayville, 89 B. Hooper, BDT, 58 C. Knight, Karoonda, 57

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Making the tough calls with Rob McLean, Les Pearson and Brad Perry RIVERLAND FOOTBALL LEAGUE

MID MURRAY FOOTBALL LEAGUE MATCH OF THE ROUND

MATCH OF THE ROUND

Loxton v Barmera-Monash BOTH sides are finals bound although Loxton will be taking considerably more momentum into the business end of the season. Pete Smith’s return to the side has been nothing short of sensational and will probably attract Barmera-Monash’s toughest midfield tag.

But Smith is only one man in a Loxton side really firing at the moment, with Shane Schubert excelling since returning from North Adelaide. His role around the ground will be pivotal to Loxton’s success and it might be veteran Robert Price to go with him all day. The Tigers move the ball with speed and precision, usually carrying it through the midfield by running the ball down the ground.

Youngsters Mitch Fazekas and Jackson Fielke have been integral parts of the Tiger revival and will need to be watched. For the Roos, Travis Wilson has sparked a bit of life in their forward line, while they will also be waiting on Matty Leyson to return from injury and relinquish the runner’s shirt for a guernsey. Can’t see Barmera-Monash getting over the Tigers, who should win by about five goals.

OTHER GAMES

Renmark v Berri RENMARK’s rollercoaster season continues after registering a good win over the Roos then slumping to a heavy defeat at the hands of Waikerie. Now, a Berri team with nothing to lose and everything to gain stands in its way before the Rovers launch their finals campaign. Russell Menz’s defensive work of late has been superb. His rebound from defence has been a strong point for the Renmark side.

L RISING STAR AWARD ROUND 13: JOSH VOIGT THIS week’s Rising Star nomination is Loxton North defender Josh Voigt. Josh has taken a key role each week in defence for the Panthers in this, his first full year of A grade football. Josh had a stellar year in the under 18s last season and has carried that form through to this season as one of the Panthers’ more consistent players in a tough season. His courage and strength are key components in his game, despite only having a handful of senior appearances under his belt. Congratulations Josh, another talented Panther to be nominated in this prestigious award. Well done.

JOSH VOIGT IS NOW ELIGIBLE FOR THE PERPETUAL TROPHY AND PRIZE MONEY

With this in mind, Berri will have to be precise going forward. Matt Camplin and Chris Scholefield are likely to face each other on the wing again, with honours even after their two contests this year. Brett Exelby looms as a genuine forward danger and will attract heavy attention from possibly Nathan Geyer or Daniel Haines. Craig Seekamp provides a tall target up forward as well, while Paul and Matt Stelzer manage to get on the scoreboard regularly from the midfield. It will be a tough encounter for the Rovers but they should really win this if they are to be a genuine finals threat. Renmark by 20 points.

Waikerie v Loxton North IT is hard not to cringe at the thought of what might happen here. Loxton North was decimated by a rampant Loxton and Waikerie may just do the same. Matt Gibson continues to bag goals for the Magpies, while Tom Hyde and Ben Venning provide key targets week

a century for the season. Tom Ross has added spark to the midfield, while Chris Pfeiffer is dangerous around goal. Under 17 players Zack Tremaine and Todd Mosey may also get the nod to tag BSR’s strong midfield. Matt Liney, Dale Payne and Shaun McMahon provide run for BSR and may attract Robertstown’s tagging duo. Full back Clinton Griffiths will either stand Rosenzweig or Mosey, while Matt Mattner plays a key role in the back pocket. We expect Jason Oliver to get plenty of the football this round, while Scott McKenzie should feature. BSR has had a number of juniors step up to the top level, including Kyle Coleman, Chris Giles and Tom Sobey. The grand final rematch should prove to be an exciting match and we are backing Robertstown to win by three goals.

Robertstown v BSR ROBERTSTOWN has proven it is ready to defend its crown after beating top placed BSR and drawing with Sedan/Cambrai in the past two rounds. However, it must contend with BSR star forward Jason Rosenzweig, who booted 20 goals last round, including his 100th for the season. The Roos will be taking inspiration from their previous 47 point triumph over the league leaders. Playing coach Peter Burman matched up on Rosenzweig in round nine and kept him to just four goals and will hope to repeat the effort. Adam Schutz stands strong at centre half back, while the experience of Mail Medalist Ben Ross has been pivotal in Robertstown’s run of form. Jarred Mosey has 79 goals to date and a handful of goals this round could push him towards

THE OTHER GAME

■ DANGER: Renmark’s Matt Camplin is a danger whether playing forward or in the midfield. in, week out. Michael Arnold should get the job on Venning, while young Josh Voigt could be the right defender for Hyde. Youngsters Gerard Dutton and Tim Bevan continue to be good contributors for Waikerie, while Brad Mules has worked hard this season for the Panthers. Waikerie has far too much depth but there is hope Loxton North can improve on last week.

THE BOTTOM LINE

opportunity to get plenty of the football against Morgan/Cadell. Morgan/Cadell is a little positive about its future and will hope to kick more than last week’s effort of two goals. The Tigers average 266 points against them each week and players will hope to keep the margin below 200 points. Andrew Modistach, Mark Woods and Brett Junngerburt have all tried hard without reward. Sedan/Cambrai is in top form and will win by a significant margin.

Sedan/Cambrai v Morgan/Cadell THIRD placed Sedan/Cambrai is shaping up nicely for its finals campaign after showing it can match it with the top sides over the past month. Ryan Johns and Corey Redden will run riot through the midfield this round, while nothing will get past centre half back Scott Starkey. Forward pocket Paul Burgemeister, centre half forward Alex McGorman and ball magnet Shaun Klose will have the

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BSR

11

1

1

1886

593

23

76.08

ROBERTSTOWN

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3

1

1974

663

19

74.86

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6

2

1327

994

11

57.17

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10

3

1384

999

20

58.08

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0

13

-

269

3206

0

7.74

LOXTON

8

5

1403

1022

16

57.86

BARMERA-MONASH

8

5

1083

1092

16

49.79

RENMARK

7

6

1332

1157

14

53.52

BERRI

4

9

1233

1254

8

49.58

LOXTON NORTH

2

11

758

1669

4

31.23

Last week BSR 39.16 (250) d Morgan Cadell 2.7 (19) Sedan/Cambrai 8.14 (62) drew Robertstown 9.8 (62)

Last week THE TOUGH CALLS

Barmera-Monash 14.20 (104) d Berri 13.13 (91). Waikerie 23.14 (152) d Renmark 9.9 (63). Loxton 31.10 (206) d Loxton North 2.6 (18).

Leading goal kickers P. Smith, Loxton, 54 T. Hyde, Waikerie, 47

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Riverland Football A grade Barmera-Monash 14.20 (104) d Berri 13.13 (91). Best – Barmera-Monash: C. Bonney, D. Millard, J. Selfe. Berri: S. Renfrey, D. Storic, C. Scholefield. Goals – BarmeraMonash: R. Price, T. Swanbury, R. Villis, M. Leigh 2, B. Wilksch, L. Middleton, J. Smith, M. Middleton, T. Wilson. Berri: T. Bonner, G. Franks 3, P. Safralidis, D. Hankin 2, D. Brookes, C. Scholefield, D. Beer. Waikerie 23.14 (152) d Renmark 9.9 (63). Best - Waikerie: J. Thomson, A. Bland, T. Bevan. Renmark: A. Bryant, N. Farr, S. Callahan. Goals - Waikerie: T. Hyde 5, M. Gibson 4, B. Venning 3, D. Stevens, J. Thomson, B. Haynes 2, S. Stevens, G. Dutton, A. Thompson, T. Bevan, S. Nicholson. Renmark: M. Townsend, P. Dempsey 3, B. Wagnitz, B. Odea, M. Stelzer. Loxton 31.10 (206) d Loxton North 2.6 (18). Best – Loxton: S. Schubert, L. Mitchell, P. Portolesi. Loxton North: J. Nelson, B. Mules, J. Voigt. Goals – Loxton: P. Smith 10, S. Schubert, L. Mitchell 5, P. Portolesi 4, R. Mitchell 3, L. Kruger 2, C. Pampoukidis, J. Fielke. Loxton North: B. Stephens, K. Worsfold.

B grade Barmera-Monash 12.13 (85) d Berri 6.1 (37). Best - Barmera-Monash: M. Owens, D. Packer, M. Book. Berri: P. Hoffman, M. Verco, G. Eisenberg. Goals - BarmeraMonash: J. Kassulke 5, S. Mathews 4, M. Owens, L. Marks, P. Butterworth. Berri: D. O’Callahan, S. Muller, J. Peltz, T. Forbes, S. Spencer, D. Centofanti. Renmark 24.13 (157) d Waikerie 1.2 (8). Best – Renmark: J. Bentley, K. Collinson, L. Rasheed. Waikerie: B. Hoad, F. Twigden, S. Ford. Goals – Renmark: J. Bentley 11, K. Collinson 6, L. Rasheed, J. Petersen 2, B. Pitt, C. Gill, L. Kennedy. Waikerie: C. Wilson. Loxton 12.18 (90) d Loxton North 3.2 (20). Best – Loxton: W. Pritchard, S. Westbrook, B. Roads. Loxton North: L. Hentschke, J. Hurrell, T. Dubrich. Goals – Loxton: D. Cregan, M. Maidment, S. Westbrook, W. Pritchard 2, T. Edwards, G. Dahlitz, B. Mann. Loxton North: J. Wagner, L. Hentschke, T. Dubrich.

Under 18 Berri 7.8 (50) d Barmera-Monash 5.5 (38). Best – Berri: J. Rossettor, K. Stone, R. Correll. Barmera-Monash: J. Graetz, M. Owen, T. Packer. Goals – Berri: K. Stone 2, L. Hagean, M. Nisbett, M. Hamilton, A. Norman, N. Woolston. BarmeraMonash: M. Nitschke, C. Hanna, A. Manning, J. Bonney, J. Broughton. Renmark 12.17 (83) d Waikerie 1.1 (7). Best – Renmark: S. Frahn, J. Warnock, K. Sharley. Waikerie: M. White, T. Eldridge, J. Haines. Goals – Renmark: D. Pfeiffer 3, R. Glazbrook, J. Warnock 2, N. Carr, W. Warr, S. Frahn, H. Smith, A. Alpen. Waikerie: V. Kafexholli. Loxton North 12.9 (91) d Loxton 5.6 (36). Best – Loxton North: B. Mules, A. Baker, T. Thiele. Loxton: B. Manuel, E. Pontt, P. Fisher. Goals – Loxton North: B. Wehrmuller, T. Thiele, D. Saint, T. Mann 2, B. Walter, D. Fielke, K. Worsfold, L. Hentschke. Loxton: B. Manuel, A. Falcinella, L. McDonald, P. Fisher.

Under 15 Barmera-Monash 13.15 (93) d Berri 4.6 (30). Best - Barmera-Monash: D. Talant, M. Middleton, Z. Bates. Berri: M. Henderson, Z. Trussell, J. Woolston. Goals - Barmera-Monash: G. Abdulla 6, D. Talant 5, J. Abdulla, M. Wanganeen. Berri: K. Brand, J. Woolston, T. Lindsay, M. Henderson. Loxton 12.10 (82) d Loxton North 4.4 (28). Best – Loxton: T. Pontt, K. Smith, N. Brown. Loxton North: J. Cramner, T. Andrews, T. Hartley. Goals – Loxton: T. Pontt 5, K. Smith 4, W. Baker, B. Schubert, M. Reichstein. Loxton North: J. Hentschke 2, J. Bobilak, B. Schulz. Waikerie 14.12 (96) d Renmark 3.3 (21). Best – Waikerie: D. Pierce, J. Hahn, B. Schiller. Renmark: Y. Papageorgios, R. Pendle, N Gillard. Goals – Waikerie: D. Pierce 4, J. Hahn, D. Hoffmann, M. Singh 2, B. Cameron, J. Collins, B. Schiller, T. Truscott. Renmark: A. White, D. Blackley, N. Gillard.

Under 13 Berri 13.11 (89) d Barmera-Monash 2.0 (12). Best – Berri: K. Trussell, D. Evans, A. Kemp. Barmera-Monash: C. Britten, C. Smart, S. Butterworth. Goals – Berri: D. Evans 5, A. Knight, P. Katsaitis, K. Trussell 2, K. Karpany, J. Knight. BarmeraMonash: K. Taylor, S. Butterworth. Loxton North 3.6 (24) d Loxton 2.1 (13). Best – Loxton North: L. George, J. Worsfold, M. Lidgerwood. Loxton: E. Ackland, H. Peberdy, H. Bobilak. Goals – Loxton North: N. Thompson, R. Goodes, B. Romeo. Loxton: A. Proud, N. Tuhoro. Loxton North 14.11 (95) d Cobdogla

0.0 (0) Best – Loxton North: B. Butson, J. FabianDuthie, C. Gowley. Cobdogla: T. McKay, K. Ziegler, L. Hart. Goals – Loxton North: B. Butson 3, C. Gawley 2, R. Goodes, J. Inglis, K. Gray, M. Lidgerwood, J. FabianDuthie, A. Fogden, K. Awege.

Independent Football A grade Brown’s Well 14.18 (102) d Lyrup 14.12 (96). Best – Brown's Well: R. Charles, S. Gillet, B. Hampel. Lyrup: R. Grenfell, A. Abdulla, A. Caputo. Goals – Brown’s Well: A. Smith 4, C. Hyde, M. Baird 3, B. Hampel, A. Flavel, C. Fielke, C. Wall. Lyrup: N. Willmott 7, A. Abdulla 2, R. Grenfell, A. Curtis, D. Johnston, K. Gabell, J. Spanos. Ramco 16.24 (120) d Moorook-Kingston 4.16 (40). Best – Ramco: M. McGrath, J. Marr, N. Hole. Moorook-Kingston: J. Abdulla, D. van der Woude, M. Anderson. Goals – Ramco: A. Geeham 3, M. Dellazoppa, D. Maywald, M. McGrath 2, J. Murphy, D. Donnelly, B. Schultz, J. Hole, N. Hole, J. Marr, G. Hartwig. Moorook-Kingston: R. Taylor, J. Munn, J. Robertson, J. Abdulla. Wunkar 27.17 (179) d East Murray 9.8 (62). Best – Wunkar: A. Lovegrove, T. Hucks, H. Bennell. East Murray: D. Fuss, T. Francis, D. Andriske. Goals – Wunkar: L. Evans, A. Lovegrove, S Gray 5, S. Schulz 4, H. Bennell 3, D. Evans 2, S. Hucks, S. Huddleston, J. Griffiths. East Murray: D. Fuss, T. Collins 3, G. Redden, D. Hein, D. Andriske. Paringa 15.10 (100) d Cobdogla 6.14 (50). Best – Paringa: J. Wood, A. Lloyd, C. Gardner. Cobdogla: Z. Walker, R. Smyth, D. Mitchell. Goals – Paringa: A. Lippis 6, D. Hill 3, G. Baker, T. Jackson, C. Gardner, C. Baxter, W. Simpson, S. Lehmann. Cobdogla: D. Tilbrook, T. Dawson 2, L. Wegener, M. Golding.

Independent colts Brown’s Well 12.27 (99) d Lyrup 4.5 (29). Best – Brown’s Well: B. Milich, J. Hyde, K. Hargreaves. Lyrup: S. Abdulla, G. Abdulla, C. Milpuddie. Goals – Brown’s Well: B. Victor 3, J. Hyde, K. Hargeaves 2, W. Lehmann, J. Cook, H. Sanford, B. Milich, K. Cook. Lyrup: C. Cook 2, M. Sansbury, K. Karpany. Ramco 20.12 (132) d Moorook-Kingston 11.11 (77). Best – Ramco: C. Buck, T. Bevan, B. Watkins. Moorook-Kingston: M. Svendsen, B. Evans, B. Reid. Goals – Ramco: T. Bevan 5, B. Watkins 4, C. White 3, D. Rohde, C. Buck, B. Wilksch 2, N. Hart, D. Kroschel. Moorook-Kingston: B. Reid 6, B. Evans, D. Spence, T. Andrews, M. Svendsen, T. Ballantyne. Cobdogla 19.18 (132) d Paringa 5.8 (38). Best – Cobdogla: T. Maynard, D. Marincus, C. Roach. Paringa: B. Harding, L. Stoekel, A. Richards. Goals – Cobdogla: T. Maynard, J. Rogers 4, B. Rogers, D. Marincus, J. Hart 2, Z. Hatch, M. Wellington, S. Barrett, J. Wiseman, C. Roach. Paringa: B. Gudgen 2, J. Stuart, J. Millington, R. White.

Mid Murray Football A Grade BSR 39.16 (250) d Morgan/Cadell 2.5 (17). Best – BSR: J. Rosenzweig, M. Liney, D. Payne. Morgan/Cadell: A. Modistach, M. Woods, B. Junngerburt. Goals – BSR: J. Rosenzweig 20, S. McMahon, J. Oliver, S. McKenzie, S. Sobey, S. Mattner 2, B. Gierke, C. Giles, M. Zbierski, K. Coleman, D. Payne, M. Coleman, C. Griffiths, M. Mattner, T. Sobey. Morgan/Cadell: A. Modistach, M. Dreckow. Sedan/Cambrai 8.14 (62) drew Robertstown 9.8 (62). Best – Sedan/Cambrai: R. Johns, R. Loffler, C. Redden. Robertstown: A. Schutz, T. Ross, B. Ross. Goals – Sedan/Cambrai: S. Noack, A. McGorman 2, R. Waye, T. Smith, C. Redden, K. Lockwood. Robertstown: B. Ross 3, C. Pfeiffer, A. Schutz 2, T. Ross.

B Grade Sedan/Cambrai 21.10 (136) d Robertstown 1.4 (10). Best – Sedan/Cambrai: D. Reichstein, D. Johnson, G. Gum. Robertstown: I. Hines, G. Kotz, N. Albanese. Goals – Sedan/Cambrai: D. Reichstein 6, D. Johnson 4, A. Brooks, J. Beckmann, S. Dunn, J. Kain 2, G. Gum, T. Rolach, S. Beckmann. Robertstown: G. Kotz.

Under 17 Robertstown 11.3 (69) d Sedan/Cambrai 7.5 (47). Best – Robertstown: L. Ireland, Z. Tremaine, D. Kotz. Sedan/Cambrai: S. Kain, J. Schultz, N. Schulz. Goals – Robertstown: K. Floyd 4, L. Ireland 3, B. Launer, D. Hempel, L. Kimpton, Z. Tremaine. Sedan/Cambrai: G. Harcus, S. Linton, J. Grieger 2, M. Linton.

S. Kain 4, A. Saegenschnitter, C. Linton 2, J. Grieger, J. Littlehales. BSR 12.10 (82) d Morgan/Cadell 0.0 (0). Best – BSR: K. Lambe, S. Tanner, D. Barker. Morgan/Cadell: M. Moxham, M. Noack, H. Shaw. Goals – BSR: S. Tanner 3, K. Lambe, C. Myers-Griffin 2, D. Barker, K. Grieger, B. Webster, C. Horstmann, M. Morgan.

Mallee football A grade Karoonda 13.11 (89) d Lameroo 12.4 (76). Best - Karoonda: L. Rowland, J. Jackson, D. Wallfried. Lameroo: B. Greiger, S. Williams, B. Zerk. Goals – Karoonda: C. Knight 5, C. Smelt 4, R. Paech 3, B. Chinner. Lameroo: B. McNeilly 3, M. Benham, S. Walker, T. Bell, B. Greiger 2, S. Kerley. BDT 21.19 (145) d Murrayville 15.15 (105). Best – BDT: J. Keller, L. Slape, M. Brighton. Murrayville: D. Fenoughty, C. Webb, Shilo Wyatt. Goals – BDT: B. Hooper 5, N. Todd, J.Richardson 3, S. Binns, J. Keller 2, J. Zacker, L. Richardson, L. Schreiber, L. Remfry, H. Schilling, M. Vandeleur. Murrayville: Drew Crane 5, Shannon Wyatt 4, C. Webb 2, D. Fenoughty, J. Beckmann, R. Pahl, B. Edwards. Pinnaroo 27.19 (181) d Peake 11.10 (76). Best: Pinnaroo: R. Nickolls, C. Maddocks, W. Nickolls. Peake: S. Morris, J. Lindner, G. Diprose. Goals – Pinnaroo: R. Nickolls 11, S. Kirkbright 4, K. O’Loughlin 3, L. Dabinett, M. Fischer, B. Sheridan 2, C. Maddocks, H. Boseley, A. Halls. Peake: K. McDonald, R. Rich, S. Crouch, S. Morris, J. Lindner, M. Wilson, T. Carling, J. Hewitt, G. Diprose, K. Heym, S. Bond.

B grade Lameroo 14.12 (96) d Karoonda 3.5 (23). Best – Lameroo: D. Simon, R. Maynard, S. Venning. Karoonda: G. Wohlfiel, R. Tomkinson, J. O’Loughlin. Goals – Lameroo: M. Abbott 4, G. Haslam 3, R. Maynard, A. Berwick 2, J. Cattle, D. Simon, R. Daniel. Karoonda: J. O’Loughlin, M. Nicholls. Peake 22.14 (146) d Pinnaroo 2.5 (17). Best – Peake: B. Peter, S. Tynan, Jaymes Hewitt. Pinnaroo: S. Kirkbright, M. Gum, T. Lecor. Goals – Peake: G. Hewitt 4, O. Beekes 3, B. Williams, K. Roberts, Jaymes Hewitt, S. Tynan 2, B. Peter, A. Loechel, C. Jacob, R. Morris, B. Poole, A. Raper, J. Judd. Pinnaroo: A. Bradley, T. O’Driscoll. BDT 18.17 (125) d Murrayville 0.3 (3). Best – BDT: J. Miell, C. Kowald, A. Merry. Murrayville: M. Finn, B. Tucker, B. Armstrong. Goals – BDT: J. Miell 6, G. Jacobs, W. Pascoe, S. McCabe, R. Wisbey 2, C. Kowald, A. Merry, S. Lowcock, P. Bindar.

Senior colts Lameroo 17.11 (113) d Karoonda 1.3 (9). Best – Lameroo: N. Hyde, M. Sumner, M. Toogood. Karoonda: D. Gollan, N. Norman, P. Reid. Goals – Lameroo: M. Sumner, L. Pye, S. Hyde 3, N. Hyde, J. Kerber 2, A. Toogood, N. Young, B. Purdie. Karoonda: K. Nealyon. Peake 25.15 d Pinnaroo 4.0 (24). Best – Peake: M. Richards, H. Rowntree, C. Jacob. Pinnaroo: M. Fischer, J. Richardson, A. Dabinett. Goals – Peake: K. McDonald, R. Raper 4, C. Jacob 3, G. Hewitt, M. Richards, R. Morris, C. Freak, J. Hewitt, D. Perks 2, E. Loechel, M. Sparks. Pinnaroo: I. Fischer, M. Fischer, J. Kingston, L. Bailey. Murrayville 16.5 (101) d BDT 7.9 (51). Best – Murrayville: Z. McKee, Randall Watson, H. Brown. BDT: B. Kennett, L. Brock, K. Jacobs. Goals – Murrayville: Randall Watson 6, Z. McKee 5, H. Brown 4, K. Jacobs. BDT: K. Challinger 3, A. Reid 2, L. Brock, M. Lowcock, N. Binns.

Junior colts Lameroo 16.5 (101) d Karoonda 1.2 (8). Best – Lameroo: L. Pye, W. Werner, J. Barrett. Karoonda: B. Patterson, S. Paech, H. Pilgrim. Goals – Lameroo: S. Steer, L. Pye 4, W. Hall, J. Barrett 2, L. Young, T. Sherman, K. Miegel, B. Marsh. Karoonda: S. Paech. Peake 7.10 (52) d Pinnaroo 2.4 (16). Best – Peake: J. Loechel, N. Gregurke, B. Kielow. Pinnaroo: J. King, Tom Hawthorne, J. Kingston. Goals – Peake: N. Gregurke 3, J. Loechel, B. Kielow 2. Pinnaroo: J. Kingston, J. King. BDT 16.11 (107) d Murrayville 0.0 (0). Best – BDT: C. McFarlane, M. Cocciolone, J. Camac. Murrayville: L. Parker, A. Brown, H. Gibson. Goals – BDT: M. Cocciolone 5, C. McFarlane 4, J. Camac 3, L. Kendrick, B. Binns, N. Croser, J. Kendrick.

Loxton 2 d Renmark 0. Best – Loxton: S. Trezise, S. Burgess, A. Evans. Renmark: A. Coombs, J. Caire, D. Craker. Goals – Loxton: M. Hammond, K. Hennig.

Monash 48 (J. Andrenacci, M. Wenman) d Cobdogla 41 (J.Kourasanis, K. Jones); Loxton North 61 (B. Smith, T. Deren) d Loxton 26 (J.L. Jones, A. Pontt).

B grade

Berri 50 (M. Eglinton, S. Beech) d Barmera 41 (T. Greig, G. Drogemuller).

Loxton 1 d Renmark 0. Best – Loxton: T. Othams, K. Burgemeister, D. Adams. Renmark: P. Lang, A. Giles, J. Gardner. Goal – Loxton: T. Vivien. Berri 3 d Waikerie 1. Best – Berri: B. Crocker, H. Pillen, K. Ridley. Waikerie: All played well. Goals – Berri: D. Kearney 2, B. Halupka. Waikerie: M. Wenske.

Under 18 Waikerie 12 d Berri 1. Best – Waikerie: All played well. Berri: D. Barton-Ancliffe, A. Roberts, S. Wundenberg. Goals – Waikerie: R. Hope 10, P. White 2. Berri: S. Wundenberg.

A women Berri 8 d Waikerie 0. Best - Berri: E. Noack, K. Hibberd, I. Santos. Waikerie: B. Seabrook, A. Baker, L. Doecke. Goals – Berri: K. McMahon 4, B. Leggett, M. McMahon 2. Loxton 2 d Renmark 0. Best – Loxton: L. Smith, L. Varady, M. Doecke. Renmark: T. Schwartzkopff, D. Weeks, N. Caire. Goals – Loxton: S. Jenzen, B.J Hammerstein.

B women Loxton 1 drew Berri 1. Best – Loxton: T. Stivahtaris, G. Bartsch, S. Lugg. Berri: L. Delaine, H. Mann, C. Starr. Goals – Loxton: L. Rogers. Berri: K. Weir. Waikerie White 3 d Waikerie Black 1. Best – Waikerie White: S. Schiller, M. Kroehn, P. Miller. Waikerie Black: J. McPherson, J. Schulz, J. Clayton. Goals – Waikerie White: P. Miller, P. Kroehn, S. Schiller. Waikerie Black: A. Schulz. Renmark White 2 d Renmark Blue 0. Best - Renmark White: T. Webber, J. Thiele. Renmark Blue: C. MacDonald, S. Duggin, K. Radloff. Goals – Renmark White: S. Giles, J. Thiele.

Under 18 Berri 6 d Waikerie 0. Best – Berri: J. Starr, M. McMahon, P. Franke. Waikerie: L. Dutton, A. Harkness, J. Elswick. Goals – Berri: C. Mengler 3, C. Starr, J. Starr, K. McMahon. Renmark 2 d Loxton 1. Best – Renmark: K. Coden, M. Trautwein, R. Grose. Loxton: J. Reid, E. Hampel, T. Allister. Goals – Renmark: K. Coden, J. Butters. Loxton: T. Allister.

Mixed Under 14 Loxton Yellow 4 d Berri Red 0. Best – Loxton Yellow: E. Hampel, B. Cass, A. Durdin. Berri Red: A. Roberts, H. Thompson, B. Baylis. Goals – Loxton Yellow: S. Baird 3, S. Bonney. Renmark 3 d Loxton Black 2. Best – Renmark: M. Trautwein, J. Butters, J. Lowden. Loxton Black: C. Allister, A. Nitschke, Z. Schubert. Goals – Renmark: D. Casey 2, E. Chaplin. Loxton Black: Z. Schubert 2. Waikerie 2 d Berri Blue 1. Best – Waikerie: B. Morgan, C. Catford, T. Grieger. Berri Blue: S. Ridley, M. Fuller, H. Webb. Goals – Waikerie: A. Baker, A. Harkness. Berri Blue: N. Bradford.

Under 11 Renmark 3 d Loxton 0. Best – Renmark: J. Mallinson, B. Casey, L. Shaw. Loxton: C. Heinrich, C. Stivahtaris, S. Stivahtaris. Goals – Renmark: J. Mallinson 2, B. Casey. Waikerie 5 d Berri 0. Best – Waikerie: T. Schmidt, L. Redemski, S. Haese. Berri: J. Passmore, M. Norse, M. Arnold. Goals – Waikerie: L. Redesmki 2, L. Frost, S. Haese, M. Menadue.

Riverland Netball A1: Loxton North 49 (R. Williams, K. Tschirpig) d Loxton 40 (J. Dahlitz, T. Dempsey); Renmark 62 (L. Sweeney, K. Griffiths) d Waikerie 26 (J. Miller, D. Hartwig); Berri 61 (K. Moore, R. Ward) d Barmera 24 (L. Vlassopoulos, C. Drogemuller).

A2: Loxton North 47 (T. Fielke, N. Langford) d Loxton 35 (M. Loxton, K. Bright).

A3: Waikerie 37 (S. Tape, A. Potter) d Renmark 26 (K. Raams, L. Leuders); Loxton North 48 (D. Waechter, K. Hutchinson) d Loxton 40 (J. Eagle, N. Ludgate); Berri 61 (J. Brand, H. Mallon) d Barmera 30 (T. McCallum, L. Haigh).

B1: Renmark 47 d Waikerie 30 (Z. Dick, L. Burdett); Loxton 47 (K. St John, H. Roberts) d Loxton North 29 (J.A. Wooldridge, M. Watts); Berri 34 (A. Littledyke, A. Stokes) d Barmera 16 (T. Klingbiel, D. Foster).

Hockey

B2:

Under 13

Men - A grade

Sedan Cambrai 16.11 (107) d Robertstown 0.1 (1). Best – Sedan/Cambrai: S. Schmaal-Henke, S. Kain, J. Grieger. Robertstown: B. Heinrich, S. Paterson, T. Hempel. Goals – Sedan/Cambrai: S. Schmaal-Henke 6,

Berri 5 d Waikerie 2. Best – Berri: T. Herbert, T. Halupka, P. Aitchison. Waikerie: A. Fulwood, B. Kroehn, J. Haese. Goals – Berri: J. Golding, T. Murfitt 2, S. Kelly. Waikerie: A. Fulwood, R. Edwards.

Renmark 37 (S. Dunhill, W. Clarke) d Waikerie 36 (J. Rohde, C. Bald); Loxton North 65 (J. Mittiga, A. Lidgerwood) d Loxton 32 (E. Braun, N. Greatrex); Berri 56 (L. Williams, K. Traegerr) d Monash 28 (D. Mavrommatis, H. Voigt).

B3:

C1: C2: Loxton North 41 (S. Baker, S. Jachmann) d Barmera Pink 34 (G. Webber, B. Webber); Berri 52 (T. Arruzzolo, R. Jamieson) d Barmera 13 (E. Treloar, K. St Leone).

Under 17A: Loxton North 42 (R. Farr, T. Haslam) d Loxton 31 (K. Stevenson, T. Hopper); Berri 47 (K. Wade, T. Hoffmann) d Barmera 41 (D. Bachmann, K. Middleton).

Under 17B: Waikerie d Barmera Black (forfeit).

Under 17C: Barmera Pink 25 (B. Winen, V. Davis) d Waikerie 21 (K. Mader, R. Burtt); Loxton North 48 (N. Farr, T. Milich) d Loxton 41 (L. Wetherall, A. Faehrmann).

Under 15A: Waikerie 34 (L. Eldredge, C. Taylor) drew Renmark 34 (A. Nikou, M. Cinc); Loxton 44 (L. Benson, T. Schammer) d Loxton North 33 (T. Howard, S. Koch); Berri 90 (E. Eleftheriadis, A. Sarro) d Barmera 11 (R. Ward, K. Reynolds).

Under 15B1:

Club 6; Renmark Redbacks 11 d Berri Sharks 4.

Division three: Lyrup Red 11 d Lyrup Club 4; Moorook Club 10 d Waikerie Club 5; Barmera Hotel 11 d Renmark Hotel 4; Berri Breakers 13 d Hellenic Hopefuls 2.

Junior squash Power 3-9-185 d Cats 1-5-144 (A. Hampel d A. Falcinella 3-2; A Hampel d D. Cash 3-0; J. Searles l D. Cash 0-3; L. Horsfall d B. Rudiger 3-0); Saints 210-197 d Crows 2-6-181 (D. Voigt l R. Stone 2-3; N. Falcinella l C. Voigt 2-3; R. Tyler d T. Yannakoudis 3-0; A. Shotton d O. Stone 3-0).

Golf Waikerie Wednesday stableford: J. Sullivan 40, P. Haines 39.

Saturday Division one: P. Thomas 80/68. Division two: J. Schober 95/70. Voucher winners: W. Bald 74/69, M. Chidlow 92/72, K. Lehmann 91/73, D. Greenfield 82/73.

Renmark Wednesday stableford: J. McDonald 41 pts, A. Parkyn 37, J.M. Coombe, D. Warren 36, P. Ruston, C.G John, I. Gardner 35.

Saturday stableford:

Loxton North 45 (M. Schulz, N. Baker) d Loxton 25 (M. Hill, D. Hargreaves); Berri 82 (V. Migga, A. Beech) d Barmera 23 (J. Cooper, B. Miller).

P. Rohlack 45 points, L. Amos c/b, B. Paige 39, C. Berry, G. Morrison, L. Berry, C.W Teare 37.

Under 15C1:

Riverland Veterans Golf

Renmark Blue 39 (L. Anderson, A. Field) d Renmark White 26 (N. Biddle, T. Binder); Berri 62 (S. Sarro, M. Stewart) d Barmera 9 (C. Kohlmann, S.J. Albrecht).

Under 15C2: Renmark 37 (K. Berends, J. Spratling) d Waikerie 22 (S. Twigden, D. Tootell); Loxton North 26 (K. Sanghera, L. Bye) drew Loxton 26 (Z. Pontt); Berri 37 (S. Beech, B. Walden) d Barmera 29 (L. Fletcher, B. Penney).

Independent netball A Grade: Moorook 55 (M. Morena, J. Taylor) d Ramco 51 (K. Linke, W.A. Thiel).

B Grade: Ramco 63 (R. Watkins, J. Lennell) d Moorook 29 (N. Borgmeyer, T. Ogle).

Soccer Men Renmark Olympic 4 d Riverland Development Squad 0. Goals – Renmark Olympic: H. Singh 2, T. Perre, R. Vardaro. Best – T. Frahn, N. Spinks, H. Singh. Berri 7 d Barmera Black 1. Goals – Berri: D. Harwood, M. Drogemuller 2, T. Schrapel, E. Siy, own goal. Barmera Black: P. Sarakinis. Best – D. Harwood, S. Atkinson, J. Vlassopoulos.

Under 15 Barmera 1 d Loxton 0. Goal – Barmera: G. Vlassopoulos. Best – K. King, J. Milonas, T. Hoffman. Renmark 1 d Berri 0. Goal – Renmark: I. Altundag. Best: C. Miller, S. Sporbert, N. Gregoric.

Under 13 Berri Two 1 d Barmera One 1. Goals – Berri Two: J. Recchia. Barmera One: M. Burton. Best – D. Rufus, J. Recchia, M. Perry. Renmark Two 12 d Renmark Three 1. Goals – Renmark Two: S. Altundag 5, A. Iqbal 4, J. Kahlon, H. Safdari, own goal. Renmark Three: M. Thomas. Best: S. Altundag, M. Thomas, A. Iqbal. Renmark One 12 d Barmera Three 1. Goals – Renmark One: Y. Tragos 7, B. Pilgrim 2, F. Catalano, I. Kolgas, N. Albanos. Barmera Three: H. Stavrou. Best: B. Pilgrim, Y. Tragos, J. Kemp. Berri One 12 d Loxton 1. Goals – Berri: T. Eleftheriadis 4, G. Pipe, T. Franchito 3, B. Saunders 2. Loxton: A. Harris. Best: B. Saunders, T. Eleftheriadis, A. Harris.

Loxton stableford Division A: N. Watt 39 points, R. Kinght 37, C. Gladwin 36, B. Martin 35, C. Kellaway, J. Merritt 33. Division B: J. Foulis, S. Baylis, K. Greatz 36, M. Ubhey 35, L. Maywald, R. Flight 33.

Barmera Saturday stableford P. Rosbergen 46 points, J. Ivanovic 42, T. Hansen 41, B. Danvers 40, D. Marrett 39, K. Moore, R. Mudge 38, M. Ubhey, J. Rosbergen 37.

Sunday stableford M. Rumball, P. Butterworth 37, T. Hansen, D. Hastwell 36, B. Frost 35.

Berri Saturday stableford R. Yates 40 points c/b, K. Whalley. Ball winners: N. Wait 38, B. Martin 37, L. Campbell 37, D. Howes 37, P. Cummins 36, R. Forward 36, A. Druery 36. Ladies winner: L. Smith 40 points

Sunday par Winner: P. Mudge plus 4. Ball Winners: R. Wright plus 1, D. Howes plus 1.

Wednesday stableford Winner: T. Kearney 45 points. Runner up: A. Kellaway 39 points. Ball Winners: J. Penna 38, D. Howes 38, R. Kersten 36, J. Clark 36, B. Martin 36.

Thursday ladies stableford Winner: J. Curren 38 points. Ball Winners: W. Hocevar 38, R. Kassabaum 38, K. Tanner 37.

Barmera Gun Club Event 1: 20 target handicap T. Drakopoulos 31/33, H. Nunn 30/33, M. Woosnam 29/32.

Event 2: 50 target double barrel & 25 target single barrel: Overall and B grade: H. Nunn 73/75, B. Duncan 70/75; AA grade: A. Mattschoss 71/75, F. Albanese 68/75; A grade: E. Schmaal 69/75, R. Maywald 68/75; C grade: J. Mattschoss 62/75, I. Maywald 58/75.

Event 3: 25 target skeet: A grade: F. Albanese 25/25, H. Nunn/ Eric Schmaal 22/25; B grade: R. Maywald 22/25; C grade: P. Brister 24/25, I. Maywald 19/25. High Gun: H. Nunn 113/120.

Women Berri 2 d Renmark Two 0. Goals – Berri: S. Cooper, S. Pront. Best: S. Gwiazda, A. Pavlomanolakos, B. Cappy. Renmark One 1 drew Loxton 1. Goals – Renmark One: J. Glykos. Loxton: A. Altschwager. Best: P. Eleftheriadis, C. Eleftheriadis, J. Taylor.

Croquet Kingball: S. Noske 13 d R. Bauer 9/L.Taylor 8.

Association croquet: N. Hart/S. Belchambers 19 d S.Noske/ A.Wright 13.

Eight ball

Pinnaroo Volleyball

Division one:

Muppets 3 d Hill Billys 0 (25-15, 2513, 25-15); Munsters 3 d Brady Bunch 0 (25-16, 25-20, 25-15); Simpsons 3 d Flintstones 0 (25-17, 25-20, 25-17). Ladder: Munsters 4 (100%), Simpsons 4 (100), Flinstones 2 (50), Muppets 2 (50), Brady Bunch 0 (0), Hill Billys 0 (0).

Berri Jugheads 8 d Monash Club 7; Renmark Bad Boys 10 d Loxton Sporty 5; Berri Club 9 d Renmark Rovers 6; Cobdogla Club 9 d Renmark Club 6; Berri Club Gold 10 d Hellenic Chokers 5.

Division two: Loxton Sporty 8 d Barmera Hellenic 7; Waikerie Club 10 d Monash Club 5; Loxton Sporty Black 10 d Barmera Ballbreakers 5; Cobdogla Club 9 d Moorook


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Tavern Talk 4x4

First car stopped suddenly, second car hit first car and a haggis ran into the rear of second car. ~ Insurance claimant

with TONY WHATELEY AND DANNY HANRAHAN

4WD modifications a thing of the past? M

■ FRIENDLY: Loveday 4x4 Adventures is one place where the 4WD and environmentalist communities are getting along.

and newsletters. The response was so organised it clogged the lines as petition after petition was filled and forwarded to the government. This has eventually led to a review of the new laws by a fully representative working party. Perhaps now the 4WD representatives can actually meet their opposition (who slither around behind closed doors propagating

misinformation and manipulating statistics) in the light of day. One place where the 4WD and environmentalist communities are getting on together is the Loveday 4x4 Adventure Park. It caters for all the needs of the off-road community, whilst working hard with a number of River Murray and environmental groups to protect the property for future users.

Tony Whateley has recently begun planning an area for a bird sanctuary and announced that all firewood must now be purchased to protect the environment and food chain of the many creatures that rely on it. Tony has recently purchased a stock standard 80 Series Toyota Landcruiser and is modifying it to incorporate 4x4 Extreme Tours into the property’s activities.

“There are a lot of visitors who want to get out there and do some of the things they see during the races,” Tony said. He added “they see all the action photos at the Tavern and wish they had a car that could jump”. Tony announced “I was being asked for a ride in my 4x4 so often, I decided to buy another one and introduce 4x4 Extreme Tours”. “I now have two Toyotas, one for the big jumps and the new truck for hair raising tours around the property.” The Toyota has been fitted with four inch Dobbinson springs and lifted with Dobbinson shocks. A new powder coated bullbar has been fitted, including a heavy duty winch and side steps. Light Force spotties and Mickey Thompson 33 inch MTZ tyres on 12 inch mag wheels finished of the now traditional Loveday look. The Loveday website (www. loveday4x4adventures.com/OurTours.html) has all the details of the extreme tours available. So before the government turns all our trucks into SUVs, get out to Loveday and experience the ride of your life.

The all new Holden Cruze. The small car MITSUBISHI

DRIVING DEALS Cruze CD >1.8 litre 5 speed manual > Electronic Stability Control (ESC) > Automatic headlamp mode > cruise control > MP3 player

$23,990 more DRIVE AWAY no to pay

includes metallic paint valued at $400

50%

investment allowance*

4

Your business may be eligible for the Federal Government’s proposed Investment Allowance. Once passed into law, businesses may be entitled to claim a 50% tax deduction on motor vehicles purchased before 31 December, 2009. Talk to you tax advisor to see if you are eligible.

Rosenthals

Berri 8582 3644 Renmark 8586 6626

HOLDEN

ODIFYING your 4WD could be a thing of the past if the New South Wales Government is eventually successful with its proposed ‘VSI 50’ regulations. Driven by militant activist groups striving to destroy our livelihoods and lifestyle, the legislation includes major restrictions to suspension modifications, bullbars, tyre sizes and engine conversions. Don’t be pacified into thinking this is only a NSW issue and it won’t happen here. As State Government elections near, the major parties will quickly jump into bed with the minor parties if it means maintaining power. This is particularly true in South Australia, as we have already seen members from various political persuasions put aside long held ideals to join the current government under the guise of promoting their electorate, never any mention of personal gain or power. However, never underestimate the power of the people. Following the announcement of VSI 50 in NSW, a huge response was organised by groups such as 4x4 Action magazine through their forums

Holden.

1 & 31 August 2009.

Offers end 31/8/2009 or while stocks last. Holden reserves the right to change or extend these offers. Not available in conjunction with any other special pricing or allowance. Private or ABN buyers only. Registration and CTP are for 12 months only. Based on information released by Treasury on the 25/02/2009. Eligibility is subject to satisfying specific requirements which may vary. Business owners need to obtain their own independent tax advice.


R O S E N T H A L S

* cruise control * alloys * power windows & mirrors * CD player * a/c

* automatic *a/c * cruise control * only 8,000kms

$13,521

DRIVE-AWAY

$18,883

XSN-152

05MITSUBISHILANCER

CC-626B

$13,521

• alloys • 2.0lt • cruise • p/windows

03VY ACCLAIM WAGON • one local owner • ABS • cruise

S780 ABK

DEMO

WXD-891

$14,990 DRIVE-AWAY

02 VX ACCLAIM WAGON

• auto • a/c • ABS • cruise

MASSIVE STOCK CLEARANCE! 08 HOLDEN EPICA CDX CC-6266B

DRIVE-AWAY

S998ACY

$12,990 DRIVE-AWAY

00TSASTRA CDOLYMPIC SEDAN WKW-955

* automatic * clim,ate control * alloys * full leather interior * big savings off new price * many extras

04 TOYOTA COROLLA

S985ADH

• p/steering $14,990 •• auto excellent condition

98NISSAN 4X4TRAYTOP

DRIVE-AWAY

$29,990

2000 TJ MAGNA SEDAN V6, auto, a/c, alloys, spoiler WMC-217 $8,990 DRIVE-AWAY 07 AH ASTRA CD HATCHBACK,1.8L,auto, 2000 VT EXEC SEDAN, auto , a/c, rear $19,923 DRIVE-AWAY only 12000 k’s S147ACD spoiler, WNK-253 $10,920 DRIVE-AWAY 06 VE COMMODORE OMEGA SEDAN, 1999 FORD LASER SEDAN, a/c, p/steer, Dual fuel, alloys,S977ACY $24,990 DRIVE-AWAY manual, white. WIH-724 $7,990 DRIVE-AWAY 06 VE CALAIS SEDAN, one local owner, 1999 MITSUBISHI LANCER COUPE, $31,990 DRIVE-AWAY manual, alloys, CC-334D $8,963 DRIVE-AWAY tint, towbar. XJO-471 06 VE COMMODORE OMEGA SEDAN , 98 VT EXEC SEDAN, very good condition, Dual fuel, spoiler, cruise, dual airbags, XLG-570 service history WEU-602 $6,990 DRIVE-AWAY was $28,228 SAVE $1,000 - $27,228 DRIVE-AWAY 1997 VT COMMODORE EXECUTIVE low 04 VZ COMMODORE EXEC SEDAN,3.6lt $9,990 DRIVE-AWAY km’s, alloys, WAR-709 Alloytec, auto, XIE-947 $15,748 DRIVE-AWAY 95 TOYOTA CAMRY SEDAN, 2.2 manual 2003 XC BARINA SRI hatch, 5 spd, a/c, low km’s for age, VSX-600 $6,490 DRIVE-AWAY $9,523 DRIVE-AWAY 92 TR MAGNA, auto, local owner, S081ACD very sporty XPT-018 was $7,403 SAVE $413 - $6,990 DRIVE-AWAY 03 VY 11 EXECUTIVE, cruies control, dual air bags, ABS WYH-699 $9,588 DRIVE-AWAY COMMERCIALS 02 SS COMMODORE VX SEDAN, auto, 2000 HOLDEN JACKAROO, manual, $15,990 DRIVE-AWAY V8,Gold BB-976K 02 VX ACCLAIM STATION WAGON, auto, diesel, 7 seats, WSG-446 $10,490 DRIVE-AWAY ABS, airbags, S998ACY $12,990 DRIVE-AWAY 1998 NISSAN NAVARA 4X4 TRAYTOP diesel, WDG-796 $10,548 DRIVE-AWAY CERTIFIED MITSUBISHI 1998 TOYOTA HILUX 4X4 DUAL CAB CERTIFIED HOLDEN

DRIVE-AWAY

DRIVE-AWAY

$10,548

WDG-796

• diesel • 4x4

DRIVE-AWAY

06 VE CALAIS SEDAN

$31,990

DRIVE-AWAY

XJO-471

• tow bar • full luxury pack

00 HYUNDAI ELANTRA HATCH

WMX-403

3.0lt diesel, manual, a/c, alloys, 1 local owner

• 1.8lt • a/c • alloys • spoiler

05 MITSUBISHI LANCER SEDAN, alloys WCN-408 $13,521 DRIVE-AWAY was $20,987 SAVE $1,000 - $19,987 DRIVE-AWAY spoiler, tint. CC626B 1998 TOYOTA LANDCRUISER GXL CERTIFIED MAZDA WAGON petrol/gas, auto, alloys, sunroof, DRIVE-AWAY bull bar, steps S009ACZ $21,840 DRIVE-AWAY 2008 MAZDA 2, 5 door hatch, 1 local owner cruise, as new XSN-162 97 TOYOTA HILUXE 4X4 traytop was $19,883 SAVE $1,000 - $18,883 DRIVE-AWAY diesel a/c, Sunraysias, vinyl canopy WGV-919 BB-976K $9,990 DRIVE-AWAY CERTIFIED OTHERS 1996 TOYOTA 4X2 TRAY TOP a/c, white 04 TOYOTA COROLLA SEDAN, Auto VVK 696 $8,990 DRIVE-AWAY a/c, p/steer S985ACY $14,990 DRIVE-AWAY CHECK OUT OUR CHEAPIES 2003 KIA RIO HATCH, 1 local owner, 5 spd manual, p/steer WWM-566 $8,483 DRIVE-AWAY 98 EL FALCON FUTURA WAGON, a/c, 4lt, p/windows, cruise $3,268 DRIVE-AWAY 02 KIA CARNIVAL WAGON, local owner, 96 TOYOTA CAMRY SEDAN, auto, 5 spd, WUL-123 $5,990 DRIVE-AWAY was $13,643 SAVE $1,000 - $12,643 DRIVE-AWAY a/c, p/steer. XFL-459 93 VR EXECUTIVE STATION WAGON, USED OTHERS dual fuel, alloys, VUD-731 $5,490 DRIVE-AWAY DRIVE-AWAY 93 MAGNA SEDAN automatic, a/c, 2007 KIA CERATO SEDAN, 1 local white VNB-851 $2,990 DRIVE-AWAY owner, auto. a/c, cruise, low km’s, blue XMB-075 $15,990 DRIVE-AWAY 1992 VP EXEC SEDAN, auto, a/c, 07 MITSUBISHI PAJERO VRX LWB 7 seats, alloys, blue VPB-686 $2,490 DRIVE-AWAY Did T/Diesel, dual airbags, cruise controlXSZ-283 1992 HYUNDAI EXCEL SEDAN, a/c, was $45,7883 SAVE $2,000 - $43,883 DRIVE-AWAY automatic, red. WUU-401 $2,690 DRIVE-AWAY 1990 MITSUBISHI MAGNA SEDAN, 01 MITSUBISHI LANCER COUPE, alloys, $2,990 DRIVE-AWAY 1,000 km’s, S014ACZ $10,990 DRIVE-AWAY a/c, auto, gas VJJ-202 1986 FORD LASER HATCHBACK, 2000 HYUNDAI ELANTRA, auto, a/c, 1.6lt, manual, UHW-714 $1,990 DRIVE-AWAY p/steering, white WMX-403 $8,990 DRIVE-AWAY 91 HOLDEN NOVA SLX HATCHBACK, $1,650 DRIVE-AWAY 00 TS ASTRA OLYMPIC SEDAN a/c, alloys, spoiler, WKW-955 $13,717 DRIVE-AWAY CARAVANS 2000 VX BERLINA SEDAN, excellent 88 COROMAL 15’ CARAVAN, excellent DRIVE-AWAY condition, 2 local owners. WKX-342 $11,990 DRIVE-AWAY was $13,698 SAVE $1,000 - $12,698 DRIVE-AWAY condition TBB-478

$13,717

02 VX SS SEDAN

$15,990

• 1 local owner • sports body kit

98 TOYOTA LANDCRUISER GXL S009ACZ ACZ

• dual fuel • auto • alloys • sunroof

$21,840

2000 HOLDEN JACKAROO

www.rosenthals.com.au

WSG-446

$10,490 DRIVE-AWAY

John Glowacz 0407 603 685 LuchAlbanese 0416 199 589 Photos for illustration purposes only. New vehicles get 12 months registration, used vehicles get 3 months.

06 MITSUBISHI LANCER SEDAN

08MAZDA 2 FIVE DOOR HATCHBACK

ONLY 8,000kms

• diesel • manual • 7 seats • a/c

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Berri 8582 3644 Renmark 8586 6626

08 VEVESV6COMMODORE

$35,990

07 KIA CERATO

XMB-075

$15,990• 1 local owner • auto DRIVE-AWAY

00 VTEXECUTIVE SEDAN

WNK-253 WNK

$10,920 DRIVE-AWAY

• automatic • rear spoiler

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$8,963

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only 1 left

DRIVE-AWAY

XSN-148

DRIVE-AWAY

• automatic • a/c • central locking

• manual • alloys • a/c

HOLDEN COLORADO LLX

* Demonstrator * a/c * 20” alloys * tow bar

DEMO 3,500kms

$8,990

S/N R5578R

* Turbo diesel * Automatic * Air conditioned * Side steps

DRIVE AWAY

$40,930


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On the Road

I was sure the old fellow would never make it to the other side of the road when I struck him. ~ Insurance claimant

Toyota launches special edition Yaris T

OYOTA Australia is offering more than $500 worth of added value with special edition models of Australiaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s most popular compact car, Yaris. Available for a limited time, Yaris Edge models are based on the fuel-efficient YR three door and five door hatch versions of the top-selling range. The special edition cars add value to the Yaris by providing more than $1000 of added specification for just $500. Toyota has replaced the YR 14-inch steel wheels with the 15 inch alloys from the more expensive YRX model. It has upgraded the standard single CD player to a sixstack system with LCD display, bluetooth telephone and audio streaming capabilities and USB connection. In addition, Yaris Edge gains foglamps, Edge branded floor mats with brushed aluminium badging and a special edition Edge soft metal badge on the tailgate. Yaris is the top selling car in the compact market - a segment Toyota

has led for the past six years. The companyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s senior executive director of sales and marketing David Buttner said Yaris offers the comfort and features demanded by customers. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It also combines chic city style and great fuel economy, while being easy to manoeuvre in traffic,â&#x20AC;? Mr Buttner said. Yaris Edge can travel 700 kilometres on regular unleaded from its 42-litre tank, based on the official combined fuel economy of 6.0 litres/100km for the manual. Auto versions are nearly as good with a range of 646 kilometres. Due to its low emissions, manual Yaris models attract the maximum five star rating on the Federal Governmentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Green Vehicle Guide - the only five seat car in its segment to achieve the top rating. Yaris is more fuel-efficient than its five main rivals - all of which rate just 3.5 stars. The three door and five door Yaris Edge hatches are available with a five speed manual or four

It also combines chic city style and great fuel economy

â&#x2013;  EDGY: Toyota is offering more than $500 worth of added value with special edition models of the Yaris. speed automatic transmission. Standard Yaris features include twin front airbags, air-conditioning, anti-skid brakes with brake assist and electronic brake distribution, power windows and mirrors, seatbelt pretensioners and force limiters for the front seats and

electric power steering. All Yaris Edge models are offered with an optional enhanced safety pack at $750 that incorporates side and curtain airbags. Metallic paint is a $300 option. The Yaris Edge has a powerful yet efficient VVT-i equipped 1.3-

litre four-cylinder engine. Yaris Edge models are covered by Toyota Service Advantage capped price servicing of just $130 for each of the first six standard scheduled services over three years or 60,000 kilometres (whichever comes first).

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HOBBY Farm - new house 4 bed, 2 bath, open living on 210 arable acres into 4 paddocks with main water elevated with picture views of river cliffs and valleys. River access 1500m via public road, some new fences and gates, 30x20 garage situated on Sturt Highway mid way between Waikerie and Barmera. Can be in 2 lots high 200k to mid 300k Phone 08 8583033 or 0417867034

MITSUBISHI Triton Dual Cab GLXRML 4WD, DSL manual, 3.2L, Aug 2006 build, cruise control, tow kit HVY, Bluetooth, floormats, halogen spots, rubber tray mat, excellent near new condition, still under warranty, 46700km, 1st rego 2007, XWB947. POA Phone Chris, Best after 4pm, 0438823771

INSURANCE - For the most competitive prices on home, contents, commercials, caravan and boats. Contact your local SGIC Agents Rosenthals, Renmark 85866626 or Berri 85823644 MANURE Sheep manure. $5 per bag. Available through the Apex Club of Renmark at Lloydâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s firewood, Airport Road, Renmark and Barry Sullivanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s cnr Arumpo St and Cucumunga St, Renmark West. Phone Shane on 0428224466.

TOYOTA Camry 2.5L EFI, power steer, a/c, cd, tow bar, very good condition, 5mths rego, VBW047, $2,300 ono. Phone 0419826153 TOYOTA Landcruiser 80 series, new tyres, new exhaust, sunroof, good condition, Rego 11/09 XHB-955 $6800 ono Phone 0428786382

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BEADS and Findings, bracelets, necklaces, earrings all occasions, tiaras etc suit weddings and proms, good prices. Open Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays 10am- 4pm Dalziel Rd Winkie - 300m from Lavender Farm. Phone POKER table, solid Marilyn 85832397 or construction, custom 0429142702 made, $600 ono. Phone 0400068932 MORTGAGE Broker, RATS Baby hooded rats in grey & orange, friendly and tame. Phone 85825058 RIVERLAND Vacuum Cleaners quality vacuum cleaners, cleaning equipment, ducted vacuum system service to your door. Call Peter on 85839389 or 0427106603.

Robin Foley. Offering personal service through a suite of reputable lenders, MFAA accredited. Phone 0403119650 www. rfmortgagebrokers.com. au

Work Wanted CAR DETAILING For any car cleaning needs, from a wash to an upholstery shampoo, a cut and polish or a full detail, contact Albanese Auto Repairs and Detailing on 85863355 Lot 12 Tarcoola Street Renmark

STEELINE / BUILDPRO Are you looking for something different for your garden or patio BERRIAG for slashing corner? We have a new mulching, rotary hoeing range of large pots, etc affordable rates. French urns and statues Phone Steve Bye on in our display area. Come in and view them 0428179668 at Buildpro Old Sturt CLEANER Phone BOAT Savage Jabiru, Highway, Berri. Phone 0413409396 After Hours aluminum, 14ft, 30hp, 85822166 House for Sale electric start Johnson large, outboard, side console, WARDROBE central steering, good colonial style, Baltic colour, condition, $5000. Phone 2 doors, 4 drawers, Ex. Cond. $400 ono. Phone 0428 101 123 0438648957 CHOOKS Point of Cars For Sale HOUSE for sale in Paringa Lay, $16. Lucerno $14, Phone Cobdogla FORD XF Falcon. Brown area. Large 4 brm home, Fodder 85887115 or 1987 model, wagon, LPG/ with concreted shed, duct 0428887115 petrol, new near tyres, a/c thru out, combustion DINGHY 3M 15HP good condition for age. heating, large backyard Evinrude outboard motor S644ADH $1400. Phone fully fenced, great views of Mundic Creek. with fuel tank on trailer, 0428588863 both registered (dinghy FORD Laser Ghia 5dr. $189,000 o.n.o Contact OV181S, trailer YHW870) hatch, 1990, white, 0401164416 anytime. $2200 Phone 85412306 manual, Ex. Cond., 3mths Garage Sale 236,000kms, FRIDGE/freezer $100, Rego, television 22 inch $50, VBN-657,$3000. Phone washing machine $50, 0428108875 microwave $25. Phone 0423152883 PLACE your ad in the Riverland Weekly and add a colour block for just $5 extra!

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Community Events File Aug 6th - 12th Saturday August 8th continued â&#x20AC;˘ Waikerie Lions Club monthly auction on the Waikerie Riverfront. Sunday August 9th â&#x20AC;˘ Enjoy a guided tour of the â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Pinesâ&#x20AC;? Loxton Historic House and Garden, admission $8 open every Sunday between 2pm & 3pm, alternate times by appointment. Phone 0412649766 or 85844642 â&#x20AC;˘ Pacemakers Bingo at the Berri Hotel. Eyes down at 2pm. Proceeds to the Pacemakers Club. For details contact Dianne 85838267. Monday August 10th â&#x20AC;˘ The Riverland Parkinsons Support Group will be holding a meeting at 10:30am at the Berri Resort Hotel, Riverview Drive, Berri. The speaker will be Kim from the Aged Care Assessment Team.

Tuesday August 11th â&#x20AC;˘ Riverland Gem and Mineral Club, workshop in Glossop from 3pm - 5pm. For details phone Dennis on 85823430. â&#x20AC;˘ Palms Bingo at the Berri Club eyes down at 10:30am proceeds to the Palms Bingo Club. Phone Pam 85821692 â&#x20AC;˘ Barmera Monash Charity Bingo at the Barmera Monash Football Club eyes down at 7:30 proceeds to the CFS Benefit. Phone Pam for more information on 85821692 â&#x20AC;˘ Art Classes every Tuesday at Berri Art Centre, 23 Wilson Street. Two hour classes. $15 per session. Beginners and advanced welcome. Phone Jamahl on 85822442 or 0414395340, email jamahl@4dart.com.au

Wednesday August 12th â&#x20AC;˘ Refresh & Bloom for women married or single looking to develop new friendships, new skills and new ideas. Belmont Hall, Berri Uniting Church, Denny St. Gold coin donation, morning tea provided. Phone Helen on 0429822524 â&#x20AC;˘ Quilting in the Park. Come and see quilting in action on the Paringa lawns. A non-registered SALA event. Phone Yvonne Reynolds on 85955020.

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Australian plays, including 17 world premieres. Greg McNeill, who plays Bob, has a career spanning 20 years both on stage and on screen, including roles on Channel 9â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Foreign Exchange and a role as a country cop in the 2003 film A Japanese Story. To win a double pass to Perth Theatre Companyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Baby Boomer Blues at the Chaffey Theatre on Monday, write in 25 words or less what your ideal sea-change would be and send it to the Chaffey Theatre, PO Box 666, Renmark, SA 5341, or drop it in at the theatre.

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balance in their relationship and Carol insists on an island getaway to keep their marriage from falling apart. It takes a tropical holiday and a cheesy talent quest to push them to their limits to see if it is all worth it. Baby Boomer Blues is a wonderful show for those of you who remember their first vinyl LP, love rockâ&#x20AC;&#x2DC;nâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;roll and remember when comic books, hula hoops and mini skirts were all the rage. The play was written by the late Alan Becher, who cofounded Perth Theatre Company in 1994 and directed over 40 productions of new

4.30 6.00 City Homicide6.00 5.30 6.00 9.00 8.30pm, WIN TV6.30 7.00 9.30 City Homicide is a7.30 poor Aussie manâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 10.00 version of a Law and Order or CSI. 8.00 10.00 11.00 Former Playschool 8.30 host Noni Hazelhurst 12.00 9.20 4.30 also plays one of the detectives. 12.30 9.35 Detective one: â&#x20AC;&#x153;Oh 10.30 man, how do we get5.00 in this building to find some clues?â&#x20AC;? 1.30 11.05 5.30 Noni: â&#x20AC;&#x153;I know, letâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s try going through the6.00 2.00 11.35 6.30 square window.â&#x20AC;? 3.00

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Levelheaded on Triple J RIVERLAND based hip-hop artist Levelheaded (pictured) is seeking national air play through the ABCâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s youth network Triple J. The MC, who recently released his album The Spice of Life, has three singles in the top 30 of Triple Jâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Unearthed music search, voted on by on-line listeners. The song Bounce has charted as high as number nine on the national talent search and Levelheaded is the only SA performer inside the top 80 on the chart. You can listen to the songs and vote for Levelheaded at triplejunearthed.com.

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Thursday 6th

4.30 Police Rescue 5.30 Can We Help? 6.00 Children’s Programs 10.00 School Programs 11.00 Medicine Men Go Wild 12.00 Midday Report 12.30 Family Footsteps 1.30 Collectors 2.00 The Bill 3.00 Children’s

Programs 6.00 World's Greenest Homes 7.00 ABC News 7.30 The 7.30 Report 8.00 Whatever! 8.30 The Solomon Treasures 9.25 Q&A 10.25 Lateline 11.00 Lateline Business 11.25 Live At The Basement

6.00 ABC News Breakfast 9.00 Business Today 9.30 ABC Asia Pacific News 10.00 Children’s Programs 4.30 Einstein Factor 5.00 The Cook And The Chef 5.30 ABC Fora 6.30 Scrapheap Challenge 7.20 Mr. Bean

7.30 The Royal Today: Sarah gets to the heart of a family tragedy. 8.00 Spicks And Specks 8.30 The Librarians 9.00 How Not To Live Your Life 9.30 U.S. Of Tara 10.00 Ideal 10.30 It’s Adam And Shelley 11.00 Modern Toss 11.30 Review

6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Alive And Cooking 12.00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show 1.00 All Saints 3.00 Home And Away 3.30 Children’s Programs 4.30 Seven News 5.00 M*A*S*H 5.30 Deal Or No Deal

6.00 Win News 6.30 Seven News 7.00 Today Tonight 7.30 Amazing Race 8.30 Double Take 9.00 TV Burp 9.30 True Beauty 10.30 Family Guy 11.00 American Dad 11.30 That '70s Show 12.00 Win News 12.30 Sons And Daughters 1.00 Home Shopping

6.00 Ten News 7.00 Children’s Programs 9.00 9am 11.00 Ten News 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 Oprah 2.00 Ready Steady Cook 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 The 7pm Project 4.00 Huey 4.30 The Bold & The Beautiful

5.00 Ten News 6.00 The Simpsons 6.30 Neighbours 7.00 The 7pm Project 7.30 Rules Of Engagement 8.30 Rush 9.30 Law & Order: Criminal Intent 10.30 Ten News 11.15 The Late Show 12.00 Eureka 1.00 Home Shopping 2.30 Copeland

5.00 Weatherwatch 5.20 World Watch 7.15 Weatherwatch 7.25 World Watch 1.00 Australian Biography 1.30 A Survivor's Guide To Plane Crashes 2.30 Japan's About-Face 3.30 My Generation 4.00 World Watch 4.30 Newshour

5.30 Futbol Mundial 6.00 Global Village 6.30 World News 7.35 Inspector Rex 8.30 Once Bitten (Part One) 9.30 World News 10.00 Movie: The Tiger Brigades (France) 12.10 Oz 1.15 Swordsmen Of The Passes 2.50 Weatherwatch

Friday 7th

4.30 Police Rescue 5.30 Can We Help? 6.00 Children’s Programs 10.00 School Programs 11.00 Planet Earth 12.00 Midday Report 12.30 Jane Eyre 1.30 Spicks And Specks 2.00 Monarch Of The Glen 3.00 Children’s

Programs 6.00 Message Stick 6.30 Can We Help? 7.00 ABC News 7.30 Stateline 8.00 Collectors 8.30 The Stepfather 9.40 Love Lies Bleeding 10.50 Lateline 11.25 triple j tv With The Doctor 11.55 Good Game 12.25 rage

6.00 ABC News Breakfast 9.00 Business Today 9.30 ABC Asia Pacific News 10.00 Children’s Programs 4.30 The New Inventors 5.00 7.30 Select 5.30 Body Hits 6.00 Compass 6.30 Scrapheap Challenge

7.20 Mr. Bean 7.30 The Royal Today 8.00 Clone: A Stranger with an unhealthy interest in Victor and Clone arrives in the village 8.30 Torchwood 9.20 Boy Meets Girl 10.10 Later… With Jools Holland 11.10 London Live 11.40 The Graham Norton Show

6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Alive And Cooking 12.00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show 1.00 All Saints 3.00 Home And Away 3.30 Children’s Programs 4.30 Seven News 5.00 M*A*S*H 5.30 Deal Or No Deal

6.00 Win News 6.30 Seven News 7.00 Today Tonight 7.30 Better Homes And Gardens 8.30 AFL: Carlton v Geelong 11.45 Win News 12.15 Movie: The Royal Tenenbaums 2.25 Room For Improvement 3.00 Home Shopping 4.00 NBC Today

6.00 Ten News 7.00 Children’s Programs 9.00 9am 11.00 Ten News 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 Oprah 2.00 Ready Steady Cook 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 The 7pm Project 4.00 Huey 4.30 The Bold & The Beautiful

5.00 Ten News 6.00 The Simpsons 6.30 Neighbours 7.00 The 7pm Project 7.30 So You Think You Can Dance 10.00 Go Girls 11.00 Ten News 11.30 Sports Tonight 12.00 The Late Show 12.55 Californication 1.25 Angel 2.20 Video Hits 2.30 Home Shopping

5.00 Weatherwatch 5.20 World Watch 7.15 Weatherwatch 7.25 World Watch 1.00 Insight 2.00 And Man Invented Animals 3.00 Stock Squad 3.30 World Watch 4.00 Newshour 5.00 Andre Rieu: The Fairy Tale: An enchanting insight into André Rieu and

his Johann Strauss Orchestra. 5.30 Global Village: Presented by Silvio Rivier 6.00 World News 7.00 Cricket: 2009 Ashes: Fourth Test: Day One 9.30 World News 10.00 Cricket: 2009 Ashes: Fourth Test: Day One 2.30 Weatherwatch

Saturday 8th

SBS

5.00 rage 11.00 The Omid Djalili Show 11.30 The Cook And The Chef 12.00 Stateline 12.30 Australian Story 1.00 Foreign Correspondent 1.30 Can We Help? 2.00 The SANFL: West Adelaide v Port Adelaide

5.00 Bowls: Perth International 2009 6.00 Planet Food 6.30 Gardening Australia 7.00 ABC News 7.30 East Of Everything 8.30 The Bill: Millie Brown is held captive by armed men. 10.00 ABC News 10.10 Foyle's War 11.45 rage

7.00 Children’s Programs 3.00 rage 6.05 The New Inventors 6.35 Heartland: While Lou makes plans to expand the ranch, Amy has some tough choices to make. 7.20 Rex The Runt 7.30 Einstein Factor: Presented by Peter

Berner 8.00 At The Movies: Join Margaret and David as they review the latest in cinema releases. 8.30 Movie: The Birds: Tippi Hedron and Rod Taylor 10.25 Movie: King Kong: Fay Wray, Robert Armstrong and Bruce Cabot

6.00 Children’s Programs 11.30 Danoz 12.00 Eclipse 1.00 V8 Xtra 1.30 Motorsport: Fujitsu Series: Sandown 2.30 Motorsport: Mini Challenge: Sandown 3.00 Magnum P.I. 4.00 Deal Or No Deal 5.00 Fishing Australia

5.30 Postcards Australia 6.00 Seven News 6.30 Movie: Meet The Robinsons 8.30 Movie: Air Force One: Harrison Ford 11.00 Movie: The Hunted 12.50 Rugby: TriNations: South Africa v Australia 3.00 Room For Improvement

6.00 Children’s Programs 10.00 Video Hits 12.00 Test Drive 12.30 The 7pm Project 1.00 It’s Me Or The Dog 1.30 AFL: Hawthorn v St. Kilda 4.30 Simply Footy 5.00 Ten News 5.30 Sports Tonight 6.00 Before The Game

7.00 AFL: Adelaide v Collingwood 10.30 Good News Week 11.30 Movie: A Shot At Glory: Robert Duvall, Michael Keaton, Ally McCoist and Brian Cox 1.40 Video Hits 2.00 Home Shopping 4.00 Bayless Conley 4.30 Leading The Way 5.00 Hour Of Power

5.00 Weatherwatch 5.20 World Watch 7.00 Cricket: Ashes Series 2009: Daily Update 7.15 Weatherwatch 7.25 World Watch 12.30 Salome 2.30 The Wonderful World Of Albert Kahn 3.30 China's Art Avant-Garde 4.00 Newshour: With Jim Lehrer

5.00 Cricket: 2009 Ashes Test Series: Highlights 6.00 World News 7.00 Cricket: 2009 Ashes: Fourth Test: Day Two 9.30 Cricket: 2009 Ashes Test Series: Highlights 10.00 Cricket: 2009 Ashes: Fourth Test: Day Two 2.30 Weatherwatch

Sunday 9th

TEN

5.00 rage 6.30 Children’s Programs 9.00 Insiders 10.00 Inside Business 10.30 Offsiders 11.00 Asia Pacific Focus 11.30 Songs Of Praise 12.00 Landline 1.00 Gardening Australia 1.30 Message Stick 2.00 Weapons Races

3.00 Between The Folds 4.05 Voices In The Dark 4.30 Book Club 5.00 Sunday Arts 6.00 At The Movies 6.30 Einstein Factor 7.00 ABC News 7.30 Stephen Fry In America 8.30 ABC News 8.35 The Last Enemy 9.40 Compass 10.10 actingclassof 1977.com

7.00 Classic Albums 8.00 Zoo Days 8.55 Little Angels 9.25 Scrapheap Challenge 11.00 Beautiful Noise 12.00 Soundtrack To My Life 12.30 Red Dwarf 1.30 Planet Rock Profiles 2.00 j tv Live 4.00 Fatboy Slim

5.00 US ’83 Festival 6.00 ABC Fora 7.00 Book Club 7.30 Sunday Arts 8.30 Na Kamalei: The Men Of Hula: Follows the journey of master hula teacher Robert Camizero. 9.30 Monumental Vision 10.00 IOU 10.30 A Room With A View

6.00 Children’s Programs 7.00 Weekend Sunrise 10.00 AFL Game Day 11.00 Discover 11.30 Brut Footy Flashbacks 12.30 AFL: North Melbourne v Melbourne 3.30 AFL: Pre-Game 4.00 AFL: Fremantle v Port Adelaide 5.15 Seven News

5.40 AFL: Fremantle v Port Adelaide (Cont.) 7.00 Dancing With The Stars 9.00 Bones 11.00 Las Vegas 12.00 Renters 12.30 Movie: Asunder: Blair Underwood 2.30 Home Shopping 3.30 NBC Meet The Press 4.30 NBC Today

6.00 Mass For You At Home 6.30 Hillsong 7.00 Children’s Programs 8.00 Meet The Press 8.30 The Sun Herald City2Surf 2009 10.00 Video Hits 12.00 Drag Racing: Andra Championship 1.00 Next Wave 1.30 Orangutan Diary 2.00 Fraser Island

3.00 It's Me Or The Dog 4.00 MacGyver 5.00 Ten News 5.30 Out Of The Blue 6.00 The Simpsons 6.30 Australian Idol 8.40 Movie: Little Miss Sunshine 10.45 Biggest Loser 12.15 Harper's Island 1.15 Video Hits 1.30 Home Shopping 2.30 Copeland 3.00 Life Today

5.00 Weatherwatch 5.55 World Watch 7.00 Cricket: Ashes Series 2009: Daily Update 7.15 Weatherwatch 7.30 World Watch 10.00 Iron Chef 11.00 European Experience 11.30 UCI BMX World Championships 12.30 Speedweek 1.30 FIA World Rally

2.30 Football Asia 3.00 Football Feature 4.00 The World Game 5.00 Cricket: 2009 Ashes Test Series: Highlights 6.00 World News 7.00 Cricket: 2009 Ashes: Fourth Test: Day Three 9.30 Cricket: 2009 Ashes Test Series: Highlights 10.00 Cricket (Cont.)

Monday 10th

WIN SA

4.30 Police Rescue 5.30 Can We Help? 6.00 Children’s Programs 10.00 School Programs 11.00 Landline 12.00 Midday Report 12.30 National Press Club Address 1.30 The Cook And The Chef 2.00 The Bill 3.00 Children’s

Programs 6.00 Landline Extra 6.30 Talking Heads 7.00 ABC News 7.30 The 7.30 Report 8.00 Australian Story 8.30 Four Corners 9.20 Media Watch 9.35 Ashes To Ashes 10.30 Lateline 11.05 Lateline Business 11.35 National Press Club Address

6.00 ABC News Breakfast 9.00 Business Today 9.30 ABC Asia Pacific News 10.00 Children’s Programs 4.30 Gardening Australia 5.00 Message Stick 5.30 Can We Help? 6.00 Collectors 6.30 Scrapheap Challenge

7.20 Mr. Bean 7.30 The Royal Toda 8.00 Red Dwarf: Lister goes back in time for Indian food. 8.30 Good Game 9.00 triple j tv 9.30 Doctor Who 10.15 Doctor Who: Confidential Cutdown 10.30 triple j tv Presents 11.00 Studio 22 11.30 Ergo Proxy

6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Alive And Cooking 12.00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show 1.00 City Homicide 3.00 Home And Away 3.30 Children’s Programs 4.30 Seven News 5.00 M*A*S*H 5.30 Deal Or No Deal

6.00 Win News 6.30 Seven News 7.00 Today Tonight 7.30 On Board Air Force One 8.30 City Homicide 10.30 Boston Legal 11.30 It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia 12.00 Win News 12.30 King Of The Hill 1.00 Home Shopping 4.00 NBC Today

6.00 Ten News 7.00 Children’s Programs 9.00 9am 11.00 Ten News 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 Oprah 2.00 Ready Steady Cook 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 Friends 4.00 Huey 4.30 The Bold & The Beautiful

5.00 Ten News 6.00 The Simpsons 6.30 Neighbours 7.00 The 7pm Project 7.30 Are You Smarter Than A Fifth Grader? 8.30 Good News Week 9.40 Dexter 10.45 Ten News 11.30 The Late Show 12.20 Flight Of The Conchords 12.50 Video Hits 1.00 Home Shopping

5.00 Weatherwatch 5.20 World Watch 7.00 Cricket: Ashes Series 2009: Daily Update 7.15 Weatherwatch 7.25 World Watch 1.00 Forbidden Future 2.30 The Religious Right At The Crossroads 3.00 Insight 4.00 World Watch

4.30 The Crew 5.00 Cricket: 2009 Ashes Test Series: Highlights 6.00 World News 7.00 Cricket: 2009 Ashes: Fourth Test: Day Four: Presented by Stuart MacGill 9.30 World News 10.00 Cricket: 2009 Ashes: Fourth Test: Day Four 2.30 Weatherwatch

Tuesday 11th

ABC 2

4.30 Police Rescue 5.30 Can We Help? 6.00 Children’s Programs 10.00 School Programs 11.00 Buildings That Shaped Britain 12.00 Midday Report 12.30 Einstein Factor 1.00 The New Inventors 1.30 Whatever! 2.00 Parliament

3.00 Children’s Programs 6.10 Finding The Fallen 7.00 ABC News 7.30 The 7.30 Report 8.00 Foreign Correspondent 8.30 Tony Robinson's Crime And Punishment 9.25 Raw Comedy 10.25 Lateline 11.00 Lateline Business 11.25 Four Corners

6.00 ABC News Breakfast 9.00 Business Today 9.30 ABC Asia Pacific News 10.00 Children’s Programs 4.30 The Real Good Life 4.55 Weird Science 5.00 Talking Heads 5.33 Sun, Sea & Bargain Spotting 6.30 Scrapheap

Challenge 7.20 Mr. Bean 7.30 The Royal Today: Ormerod discovers a patient’s breakfast menu is causing her illness. 8.00 Australian Story 8.30 Wire In The Blood: Dr. Tony Hill is pitted against the US legal system. 9.20 The Bill 10.50 Teachers

6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Alive And Cooking 12.00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show 1.00 Movie: McBride: Tune In For Murder 3.00 Home And Away 3.30 Children’s Programs 4.30 Seven News 5.00 M*A*S*H

5.30 Deal Or No Deal 6.00 Win News 6.30 Seven News 7.00 Today Tonight 7.30 Air Ways 8.00 Surf Patrol 8.30 Packed To The Rafters 9.30 All Saints 10.30 10 Years Younger In 10 Days 11.00 Gavin & Stacey 11.30 How I Met Your Mother

6.00 Ten News 7.00 Children’s Programs 9.00 9am 11.00 Ten News 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 Oprah 2.00 Ready Steady Cook 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 Friends 4.00 Huey 4.30 The Bold & The Beautiful

5.00 Ten News 6.00 The Simpsons 6.30 Neighbours 7.00 The 7pm Project 7.30 Talkin' 'Bout Your Generation 8.30 NCIS 10.30 Ten News 11.15 The Late Show 12.00 Californication 12.30 Home Shopping 2.30 Copeland 3.00 Life Today 3.30 Benny Hinn

5.00 Weatherwatch 5.20 World Watch 7.00 Cricket: Ashes Series 2009: Daily Update 7.15 Weatherwatch 7.25 World Watch 1.00 Seven Dumpsters And A Corpse 2.30 Here Comes The Neighbourhood 3.00 Short Stories 3.30 World Watch

4.00 Newshour: With Jim Lehrer 5.00 Cricket: 2009 Ashes Test Series: Highlights 6.00 World News 7.00 Cricket: 2009 Ashes: Fourth Test: Day Five 9.30 World News 10.30 Cricket: 2009 Ashes: Fourth Test: Day Five 2.30 Weatherwatch

Wednesday 12th

ABC 1

4.30 Police Rescue 5.30 Can We Help? 6.00 Children’s Programs 10.00 School Programs 11.00 Exposed 12.00 Midday Report 12.30 National Press Club Address 1.30 Talking Heads 2.00 Parliament 3.00 Children’s Programs

6.00 Travel Oz 6.30 The Cook And The Chef 7.00 ABC News 7.30 The 7.30 Report 8.00 The New Inventors 8.30 Spicks And Specks 9.00 The Librarians 9.30 U.S. Of Tara 10.00 At The Movies 10.30 Lateline 11.05 Lateline Business

6.00 ABC News Breakfast 9.00 Business Today 9.30 ABC Asia Pacific News 10.00 Children’s Programs 4.30 The Cook And The Chef Moments 4.40 The Kitchen Job 5.30 Time Team 6.30 Scrapheap Challenge 7.20 Mr. Bean

7.30 The Royal Today: A priest is forced to confront his demons. 8.00 Re-Inventors 8.30 Sin City Law 9.25 The Baby Borrowers: The tables are turned as the couples are given teenagers to parent for an entire weekend. 10.20 Paparazzi 11.15 Eataholics

6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Alive And Cooking 12.00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show 1.00 Movie: Determination Of Death 3.00 Home And Away 3.30 Children’s Programs 4.30 Seven News

5.00 M*A*S*H 5.30 Deal Or No Deal 6.00 Win News 6.30 Seven News 7.00 Today Tonight 7.30 World's Strictest Parents 8.30 Criminal Minds 9.30 My Name Is Earl 10.00 Scrubs 10.30 Family Guy 11.00 American Dad 11.30 How I Met Your Mother

6.00 Ten News 7.00 Children’s Programs 9.00 9am 11.00 Ten News 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 Oprah 2.00 Ready Steady Cook 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 Friends 4.00 Huey 4.30 The Bold & The Beautiful

5.00 Ten News 6.00 The Simpsons 6.30 Neighbours 7.00 The 7pm Project 7.30 The Simpsons 8.30 Law & Order: SVU 9.30 Law & Order: UK 10.30 Ten News 11.15 The Late Show 12.00 The Cooks 1.00 Home Shopping 2.30 Copeland 3.00 Life Today

5.00 Weatherwatch 5.20 World Watch 7.00 Cricket: Ashes Series 2009: Daily Update 7.25 World Watch 1.00 Movie: Giraffe's Neck (France) 2.30 Tales From A Suitcase 3.00 Last Pecheniuk 3.30 Going Bush 4.00 World Watch 4.30 Newshour

5.30 Cricket: 2009 Ashes Test Series: Highlights 6.30 World News 7.30 Food Safari 8.00 James May's 20th Century 8.30 Voyages Of Discovery 9.30 World News 10.00 Movie: The Accursed Kings: The Poisoned Crown (France) (Part Three)


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STAYIN’ ALIVE Tigers opt to kick on By ROB McLEAN

■ PLAYING ON: Morgan/Cadell Football Club will launch a recruiting drive for more players such as Andrew Johnson (left) and Luke McWaters (right) and INSET: (from left) Darren Lovell, Rod Zerner, president Les Marr and Richard Salisbury at the crisis meeting on Tuesday night. Photos: MICHELLE SKIPPER and KIRSTY MARR

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STRUGGLING Mid Murray football club Morgan/Cadell will kick on in 2010 after a unanimous vote at a crisis meeting on Tuesday night.

The future of the Mid Murray Football Association hinged on the club’s decision to remain a part of the four team competition, rather than disband due to a lack of player numbers. ■ Continued Page 33

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