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By BRAD PERRY FEDERAL Water Minister Penny Wong will today see the region’s water woes first hand when she arrives in Renmark. The Minister is meeting with irrigators and key government representatives to discuss water management issues as part of her Southern Murray Darling Basin tour. Local experts are welcoming the senator to the Riverland, with many growers hoping to have questions answered. Senator Wong said she is hoping to gain information about the difficulties faced by communities along the River Murray. “I’m looking forward to hearing from a range of people across the southern basin about how we can build on our work to restore health to the Murray Darling Basin, as we deal with the continuing drought and the effects of climate change,� Sena-

tor Wong said. “In particular during this tour, we will be focused on how best to deliver on our vision for a strong and vibrant future for agriculture and industry in the basin, along with the communities they support.� River Murray Minister Karlene Maywald welcomed the visit by the key Federal Minister. Minister Maywald said it is important for federal politicians to visit communities to gain a much better understanding of the water difficulties faced. “We need more federal politicians to visit to see the plight of the River Murray,� she said. “It is a good thing she is coming to the Riverland.� Meanwhile, irrigators received more than the expected rise on Tuesday when water allocations doubled from five to 10 per cent.

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2 • Riverland Weekly – Thursday September 3, 2009

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Are you interested in the management of parks and the conservation of animals, plants and ecosystems in your local area? If so, here is a chance to have a key role in their future.

Dear Minister Wong, It is nice that after all of this time you have been able to visit the Riverland, an economically important region and part of our nation’s foodbowl. Being a South Australian, we’re sure you have heard all about our woes, so it is nice that you can come and experience our problems first hand. Please do not be offend-

A community based Murraylands Region National Parks and Wildlife Consultative Committee has been established to provide the Minister for Environment and Conservation with advice on matters relating to park management and conservation in the Murraylands Region. We are seeking suitably experienced people to serve voluntarily as Committee members who have an interest in: • Biodiversity Conservation; • Local Government; • Fire Management; • Land and natural resource management; • Tourism and recreation; • Built and Cultural Heritage; • Planning, business and work expertise; • Education; and • Volunteering and community engagement.

ed if some of our locals are angry about the lack of action over the national water plan, or the part being played by governments further upstream in killing off our once great river. You see, we’ve been struggling through this water crisis for a few years now and have been given very little indication that the river issue is being treated seriously by the Federal Government.

Word of the Week: Take over

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ROB McLEAN The federal take-over of the basin is barely inching along, while all along the Murray irrigators are being forced out of the industry. We have a wonderful lifestyle and thriving communities with their own strong identities but all of those things could be eroded if the situation is not fixed soon. Yours sincerely, a concerned constituent.

Quote of the Week I regret that this is an ongoing embarrassment to my colleagues, my friends, my community, my church and my family – John Della Bosca ENRCML011910

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Thursday September 3, 2009 – Riverland Weekly • 3

Local schools cashing in on BER By BRAD PERRY SEVEN local primary schools were given a boost earlier this week after receiving $7.5 million in the the final round of the State Government’s Primary Schools for the 21st Century funding. Amongst the big winners was Waikerie Primary School, which received a total of $2.5 million for a new multi purpose hall and library refurbishment. Barmera Primary also received $2 million dollars to refurbish its hall and classroom, while the Riverland Special School received $850,000 for a new library. Other schools to receive significant funding were KingstonOn-Murray Primary, Loveday Primary School, St Albert’s Catholic School and the Riverland Christian School. Meanwhile, Riverland primary

schools have begun major projects using the Federal Government’s funding from the first two rounds of the Building the Education Revolution program. Loxton Lutheran School is well into planning a multi-purpose hall with its $2 million funding and principal Terry Sawade said using local builders and contractors is important for the community. Mr Sawade said having the funds available not only benefits the school but the whole Riverland. “It is something we would have only ever dreamt about,” he said. “You only get one shot at this and we are looking at producing something for not only the school but all of Loxton.” Renmark North Primary School principal Peter Hunter also praised the funding. The school was succesful for $2 million dollars in Primary Schools of the 21st Century funding and

will use the money to construct a new library and building. “It is a once in a century type opportunity,” he said. Many Riverland schools also received an allocated figure of money based on school numbers known as National School Pride funding. With this money, schools were able to use local tools and suppliers for such things as making-over classrooms or adding interactive whiteboards. However, schools in smaller communities are finding the weight of hefty fees hard to bear. Swan Reach Area School principal Tim Benger said it was great to receive the funding but was disappointed with the variability in costs. “It is a certainty that we will get funding but exactly how much for our wish list items is still up in the air,” he said. Mr Benger said the school may

Wong visit coincides with allocation increase ■ From Page 1 At the same time last year, irrigators were only able to access six per cent of their water allocation, before a rise to 11 per cent half way through September. Central Irrigation Trust chief executive officer Jeff Parish said he was expecting the allocations to rise but not as far as 10 per cent. “I was probably thinking eight or nine per cent, so I am really pleased with 10 per cent,” he said. “We now dare to hope that we get another five per cent next month... every cloudy day brings hope.” Minister Maywald said there are no expectations on allocation increases because it is all dependent on rainfall. “It is certainly moving in the right direction, which is good,” she said. “We would like it to be much higher of course.” Minister Maywald said while River Murray system in flows remain low overall, recent rainfall into the catchment in August and snowmelt in alpine areas has helped improve inflows. Liberal candidate for Chaffey Tim Whetstone said while he is relieved to get an additional five per cent in water allocations, it is still not enough. “As a citrus grower the additional five per cent will give me about two weekswater in Spring,” he said. “Being a citrus grower I have already used the 10 per cent, as

■ HERE: Federal Water Minister Penny Wong will be in the region tomorrow to see first hand the situation both local growers and the river is in at the moment. would have almond and avocado growers, and I’m relying on carryover and leased water to keep my trees alive.”

■ CHANCE: Renmark North Primary School principal Peter Hunter believes the BER funding is a once in a lifetime opportunity. have to look beyond the Riverland for contractors due to the short time frame in which the proposed projects must be completed. “The costs associated with ac-

Peake push postponed By BRAD PERRY A LOCAL irrigator’s push to have the voice of the Riverland heard on the federal stage may be postponed for up to a year as his coalition gathers support and momentum from around the state. After organising a successful meeting at Grieger’s sand bar last month, Swan Reach irrigator David Peake is planning the first official meeting for a Coalition of River Murray communities in September and has been appointed chairman of that group. Mr Peake said representatives, including a number of political heavyweights, met at Parliament House in Adelaide last week and decided to host the Coalition’s first meeting on September 14 at the same venue. “Anything to do with the River Murray right through to Canberra will be done through the coalition,” he said. The coalition will be moving along the River Murray over the coming months supporting the Lower Lakes Action Group and the Water Action Coalition, attend-

ing meetings in Mildura, Wentworth and AlburyWodonga, as well as protesting on the steps of parliament in Adelaide and Melbourne. Mr Peake said a Canberra visit is still the ultimate goal but believes the coalition will not meet its initial goal of next month for the visit. “It (the Canberra trip) may not happen for 12 months but we are planning to get the whole River Murray there in the thousands,” he said. “We are not just talking about South Australia now but the whole basin.” A meeting is currently being organised for the Riverland in October and Mr Peake is hoping for great support to continue to lobby the Federal Government about the Murray Darling Basin water issues. Meanwhile, Independent Senator Nick Xenephon visited Mr Peake’s property last week and met with several local potato and onion growers. “It was just to highlight how we are not getting any assistance down here” Mr Peake said. “He has taken on the cause and is on board.”

commodation for out of area tradespeople will be quite significant,” he said. “If it comes off to plan, we will be significantly better off.”

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LETTERS

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Education fairness THIS debate continues in South Australia about equity of access to education services for our children. What I fear most is that in spite of all this debate, nothing will change for country families and country students will continue to experience reduced educational opportunities and outcomes than their city based cousins. Unless there is a change in political thinking in this nation. Education is an important key to

sustainability of country communities What country families and their communities need is real incentives for teachers to live and work in rural, regional and remote schools in South Australia, a real commitment by government to put additional resources into country schools to overcome the current educational disadvantage, and real financial support for all country students who need to leave home to pursue tertiary studies. The current lack of educational choice is a limiting factor for many

rural and regional families. Does our public education system provide sufficient secondary choices for country students no matter where they live? It’s about time the SA Government carried out a stock-take, community by community, of the education options available to country families. If we keep on making the same old choices at the ballot box we are surely going to get the same old party hacks, and we will continue to lack the educational choices for our children.

It is time for country voters to act to ensure that more country community champions stand up in our parliament. Wilbur Klein, SA Nationals President.

Local heroines HAVING written a number of factual books, including my last publication Almost Human Doggies, endorsed by the RSPCA and distributed throughout Australia; I’m now researching my next work entitled Great Australian Heroines. There are so many stories out there of women who have acted above and beyond the call of duty, without receiving much, if any, recognition for their actions. I would be very interested in receiving any information about local ladies from settlement to 1960, who were born before 1940 and who have never been officially recognised yet as “the real quiet achievers”, left their mark through their dedication, kindness, or who sadly committed the ultimate sacrifice and until today have received little or no thanks, gratitude, or formal appreciation for their actions. If any of your readers have stories of family members, friends, or know of any wonderful ladies within the area whose good deeds, changed for the better the life of just one person, or the entire community, I would very much appreciate being contacted. Contact me at greataustralian heroines@gmail.com or by snail mail to P.O. Box 2009, Moorabbin, Vic. 3189. Jodie Forsyth, Moorabbin.

Pieces of silver CAN you be bought with thirty pieces of silver? The Rudd government believes so with its offer to only part of the ‘Grey Power’ community, to supplement the self funded retirees’ with the ‘silver’. This he believes, with a twinkle in his eye, and grin, will make him seem to be the good, caring, Prime Minister. Prime Minister Rudd, it seems, is only seen on the TV/media when there is good things to promote. He has not the internal fortitude to be seen when there is ‘doom and gloom’. He delegates these odious tasks to his ministers, thus Mr Rudd is only seen as squeaky nice. Unfortunately the self funded retirees miscalculated their needs for the future. But they accepted the tax breaks on their contributions in the past. My question is: after the retirees have surrendered their superannuation to create this proposed fund, where will Rudd get the extra billions of dollars to pay for the ‘top up’ and again, who will pay the vast interest bill? I, and others on the aged Centrelink pension, again, get nothing. I personally believe if the Rudd scheme goes ahead, all and every self funded retiree must be in it with no exceptions. Irrespective of who pays the contributions or in what scheme. Mr Rudd, what will your ministerial colleagues think of this, with their huge pensions at risk of having to surrender it along with the other ‘perks’. Mel Smith, Berri.

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.

POLICE NEWS Break and run POLICE are seeking a teenager alleged to have broken into a shed on the Old Sturt Highway near Berri early yesterday morning. Police said the man was disturbed by the property owner at around 1am and fled the scene. He is described as being about 160 centimetres tall, of athletic build, wearing a light grey hooded jumper with dark pants. Anyone who can assist the police investigation should ring Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

Car confiscated AN 18 year old Waikerie man had his car clamped by police after al-

legedly doing burn outs on Monday. Police said the man’s vehicle was clamped for seven days. He will be summonsed to attend the Waikerie Magistrates Court at a later date. Meantime, a 51 year old woman was arrested for refusing a breathalyser test in Waikerie on Sunday.

Rock attack RENMARK’S Chaffey Theatre was the target of a vandalism attack early on Sunday morning when a rock was thrown through a window. Meantime, copper wiring was stolen during a break-in on the Barmera ETSA depot on Sunday morning.


Thursday September 3, 2009 – Riverland Weekly • 5

Central Irrigation Trust members make it clear that...

Costs forced CIT’s exit from SAMI By BRAD PERRY MEMBERS of the Central Irrigation Trust have cited the ongoing cost of membership as one of the reasons why it terminated its membership with South Australian Murray Irrigators at last Friday’s annual meeting. Nine out of the 10 districts at CIT’s annual general meeting in Barmera last week supported a motion to cease membership with the state’s number one irrigation body. CIT chief executive officer Jeff Parish said the current tough conditions facing irrigators played a role in the decision. “The members who put up the motion from the Waikerie and Chaffey districts stated that CIT has been cutting staff and costs to keep water prices down,� he said. “They believe they can ill af-

ford to pay membership fees when growers are doing it so tough.� Mr Parish believes CIT is currently doing a good job of representing its members and therefore SAMI membership is not needed. “Members believe CIT is very good at representing grower’s interests in water policy and politics,� he said. “We tend to operate in coffee houses, lifts and corridors trying to influence decisions that affect growers.� Meanwhile, all 10 districts at the AGM voted on a motion involving water pricing. Mr Parish said changes included going from consumption based pricing to a system introduced by the Commonwealth of mixed and variable costs. “This also included termination fees in the pricing,� he said.

■OPINION: A grower addresses River Murray Minister Karlene Maywald at last week’s CIT annual general meeting. Photo: JANE WILSON

During the meeting Mr Parish added that with the new changes, irrigators will need to look closely at the way they manage their water. “We think in the next year there will be considerable numbers of people selling part allocation,� he

said. “It is just the circumstances we have arrived at, the change to fix the variable costs will lift up holding prices and people need that cash flow. “The circumstances will become very individual and I think

our growers will re-think water products as you become familiar with the changes and I would predict we will see a substantial number of people selling perhaps a quarter of their allocation to rearrange the water products they have got.�

Centenary marked for Berri irrigation district By BRAD PERRY ALMOST 100 years ago, the Plush family purchased their property in Winkie for just 20 pounds and from there have seen the ups and downs of life on a block over several decades. The Plush family was one of five irrigator families on hand to cut a celebratory cake recognising the Berri irrigation district’s 100 years. John Plush, the third generation owner of his Winkie property, said that back in 1914, water rates were 30 shillings an acre and he was amazed at how things have changed over the years. “It is great to see the challenges that have come along and the massive changes in our lifetime since going from the open channels, when we got water when we were told to have it, as to now with water on order and computers,� he said. “I have got some water running at home at the mo-

but the water supply is the one thing we haven’t really had before and that is the one that is hitting people’s confidence.� Representing the Wade family, Judy Roberts has spent 45 years involved with the family’s Glossop block and said it was an honour to be at the celebration. “I have always been proud of the history of the Wade family and I think it is a great honour to be able to come down here and help cut the cake,� she said. Mrs Roberts said growing up on a fruit block has many benefits. “Living out on (a fruit) property, you are your own boss,� she said. “I’ve enjoyed it, I have always been brought up on the block and my grandfather, and even on my mother’s side, they were pioneers in Lyrup.� However, Mrs Roberts has also seen the conditions for irrigators change over the

ment, at 7:55 I got on the computer and ordered it and by eight o’clock I had it running, whereas in the old days we had a meeting and it was plotted out months in advance, irrespective of the climate.� Mr Plush said adjusting to the lack of available water

Living out on (a fruit) property, you are your own boss, I’ve enjoyed it.

for crops has been the hardest part. “I think we are sticking in there because we have no choice, I am of an age where you think what do you do other than stay and hope?� “We have all seen the crops and the ups and downs of the prices before

■BIRTHDAY: Judy Roberts, June Chapple and June Plush represented three long serving irrigation families when cutting the cake at the Berri irrigation district’s 100 year celebration. Photo: JANE WILSON

years. “It has usually been frosts or mildew or things like that and it is the first time we have had water shortage and it really is bad,� she said. “It makes you cry when you go elsewhere and you

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see water running off roof tops and not into rain water tanks. “It is a good life for people and I would like to see our son and daughter remain in the business but it is a worry that it is really out of

our hands unless we get big heaps of rain.� Representing the Chapple family, which has lived in Berri for five generations, June Chapple said it has been a great adventure. “My father in law came here in 1912 as a single man and he took the land up in 1913 and on our own block there has been five generations in Berri,� she said. “We have always had good neighbours, everybody helps one another. “It was a good life on the block.� Representatives from the Cawse and Fenwick families were also at the celebrations.


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Banrock Station - MOVING FORWARD Carp traps show stunning results as wetland recovers EUROPEAN carp trap trials fish and invertebrates and that have proven highly successful sort of thing.� in Banrock Station’s wetlands, One trap snares the fish by leading to a rehabilitated having a cage on the other side breeding habitat for thousands of a small wall, which the carp jump over, while native fish of fish and birds. Conservation and wetland swim under the trap. “Carp will certainly jump manager Kate Thorn said the two different traps were ex- clear of the water and natremely successful in keeping tive fish just won’t do it,� Ms the pest from re-entering the Thorn said. wetland after last year’s refill. The other is a push trap, “I think one of the things targeting carp’s strong natural that is fantastic about this wet- burrowing motion, enticing land is how fast the rehabili- them to push through a barritation has been er of fingers and into the trap. from quite a deBoth types bilitated state in the late 80s and It’s fantastic how fast of traps recorded similar early 90s,� she the rehabilitation amounts of said. has been from a carp caught, “ W h e r e however, a large you’ve got carp debilitated state. number were in big numbers, captured trying you get really to get in the cloudy water wetland’s outwith almost no let. aquatic plant Around 5000 carp tried to growth and what does grow gets ripped up and that affects gain entry via that route, while another four tried the inlet. all other life in the water.� “SARDI were quite blown Ms Thorn said the carpfree wetland showed some away by the result,� Ms Thorn amazing signs of health, with said. She said the organic, cleanthe murky river water’s clarity rating at 45 to 50 per cent out er, lower water with low PH of 100, dropping to two per levels attracts the carp in really cent, or practically clear, in the big numbers looking to breed in the warmer water. Banrock wetland system. “If you can take them out “With that clear water, we had almost 100 per cent cover of wetlands and keep them of aquatic plants on the bed of out, it effectively excludes the wetlands and that’s an ide- them from breeding in their al breeding habitat for small preferred habitat,� she said.

Great signs for now dry wetland WITH the main lagoon at Banrock Station’s wetland now dry since February, positive data continues to emerge during the wetland’s second dry season since the locks were built. Conservation and wetland manager Kate Thorn said the natural benefits are starting to show. “We’ve got a whole new young red gum forest from just raising and lowering the water level,� she said. “It’s pretty impressive.� The wetland is due for another drink soon however, although Ms Thorn

was unsure when, or even if Banrock will be wet again this year. “We don’t know at this stage, although we’re really hopeful of getting a small refill this spring but that is dependant on water allocations,� she said. “The fact that it is an internationally listed wetland does put it higher on the priority listing compared to other wetlands around the region.� On the back of an incredibly dry July and August, Ms Thorn said there were other environmental worries to weigh up

regarding the wetland’s health. “We’ve got concern about the wetland, then on top of that we’ve got native seedlings that we planted in May and June that are already desperately in need of a drink,� she said. “We’ve just got to hang in there and know that everyone else is in the same situation I guess.� Ms Thorn took on the job just after the refill last year and has been working on revegetation projects around the property, although dry weather is holding up progress slightly.

“We’ve just got to face the reality that we’re not going to have success every year with our revegetation,� she said. “We just work on a staged approach.� It is a morbid business at times for a greenminded person, with large numbers of trees not making it past the seedling stage, with a 30 per cent survial rate around the mark. Ms Thorn generally looks to the positive angle of the ledger. “Often it only takes an average year to get a good outcome on revegetation.�

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Banrock Station - MOVING FORWARD Banrock look to sub-surface system By LES PEARSON

■ PROJECTS: Conservation and wetland manager Kate Thorn (above and left) has been delighted with the health of the wetland since the last refill with excellent plant growth (top) and wild life, including mussels (middle), showing good signs for the wetland. Photos: JANE WILSON

BANROCK Station is pioneering what vineyard manager Shylo Williams believes to be the future in irrigation farming, sub-surface irrigation. In a large-scale trial, Banrock Station has a quarter of the vineyard, (about 65 hectares) with subsurface irrigation installed beneath. “We’re the first ones to take it on in this scale,” he said. The original concept has been long abandoned by growers after technical and root intrusion issues were found to hamper the system, making it more of a nuisance than anything. Not issues any more, according to Mr Williams. Banrock Station utilises the KISSS (Capillary Irrigation Sub-Surface System), an underground pipe installed 200mm under the vines, wrapped in plastic and topped with a unique fibre textile mat that appears to solve many of the initial problems. “We can see that with the textile and the science behind it, that barrier is stopping the roots from penetrating and spreading the water laterally,” he said. Mr Williams said there are only a handful of contractors that can install the sub-surface irrigation for businesses and it can be quite time-consuming, taking about four or five weeks to get everything installed for the trial.

■ EFFECTIVE: The KISSS sub-surface system features a unique white plastic textile preventing previous issues with sub-surface irrigation.

He said the trial needed to be big to ensure noteworthy savings on a large scale. “We needed to have something that is going to have a significant water saving for us on this site and still maintain productivity,” Mr Williams said. “We want to maintain everything we’ve got while using less water. “This year, a water saving of 20 or 30 per cent is our aim. “This product seemed the best way to go.” Mr Williams said Banrock Station is closely monitoring soil moisture, with probes and gypsum blocks, and preliminary signs look positive. “For me, I can see we will make big water savings but as to what extent, I’m not sure yet.” Another reason for the large scale trial was to test the system over different soil types and grape varieties.

Fatherhood and farming - a tough mix By BRAD PERRY THE everyday work routine of a farmer can be tedious but for Loxton North farmer Ryan Arnold, it has been his two daughters, Amelie and Lila, which has made life on the farm all the more interesting. This Father’s Day, Ryan is celebrating with his family along the Riverland’s lifeline, the Murray. This year’s special occasion is a celebration of a different kind as it is the first Father’s Day for his seven month old daughter Lila. “It is exciting...there are other little lives depending on you,” he said. “You watch them start to grow up and change and all of a sudden these personalities turn up.” As a child Ryan used to work on his dad’s dairy farm, getting up to milk the cows at 4am.

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PENALTIES for water stealing have been increased by the State Government. The maximum fine for water stealing is now $2.2 million for corporations and $700,000 for individuals. Previously the fines had been set at $35,000 for individuals and $70,000 for a corporation. “If anyone illegally takes water out of the Murray, the penalty will fit the crime,” Premier Mike Rann said.

■ HANDFUL: Being a father, husband and farmer can be a handful for Ryan Arnold, pictured with daughters Amelie and Lila.

morning and at night. “Amelie comes out on the tractor and helps me feed the cows,” he said. While Ryan knows times are tough for irrigators and farmers, he is thankful to be able to continue doing what he loves while raising a family. “It is a privilege to be able to mix family life with fatherhood and work,” he said. For Ryan, fatherhood is an exciting but challenging experience but he said the rewards are indescribable. “You think it would be the same but it was totally different for our second child,” he said. “There is something different happening every week.” The Riverland Weekly wishes all dads a happy Father’s Day on Sunday.

“We have over 17 varieties here, so we had to make sure this is going to work over all our soil types,” Mr Williams said. With the progress and positive signs Mr Williams has seen, he believes sub-surface irrigation could be applied to all irrigation industries. “Across any industry, not just vines but also almonds and other horticulture areas, they could have subsurface in now I reckon,” he said. Cost is the real hold up for many, installation set at about $2 per metre, while conventional drippers are around the 30 to 40 cents mark per metre. Mr Williams said the long-term viability of the system justifies the cost. “We can’t see ourselves ever going back,” he said. “We’re always looking at better ways we can do things and this is one big way.”


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Renmark Paringa Council News

Renmark secures cycling By BRAD PERRY THE 2010 World Future Cycle Challenge will officially be held in the Riverland after the Renmark Paringa Council committed more than $15,000 to the event. Officials and participants will spend two nights in Renmark as part of the deal, in a move which Renmark Paringa Council chief executive officer Barry Hurst believes will have enormous benefits for the district. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Obviously if we can attract a

large number of people to stay in Renmark for a couple of nights there is an obvious economic spin off on that,â&#x20AC;? he said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;If they come here for two nights, they will more than likely spend a lot of money on accommodation and meals.â&#x20AC;? Mr Hurst said there will be a full day of events to start the challenge and hopes the worldwide event will gain sufficient coverage. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It will generate wide media interest, including international interest and if we are able to see Renmark

promoted overseas, then there is an obvious benefit to us from a tourism perspective.â&#x20AC;? The proposed event for next year involves seven stages commencing in Renmark and passing through Berri, Loxton, Waikerie, Morgan, Blanchetown, Sedan, Swan Reach, Mannum, Murray Bridge and on to Adelaide. The proposed timetable includes an overnight stop in Berri and two provisional stops for Loxton and Waikerie, on top of Renmarkâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s two nights.

Rubbish campaign launched â&#x2013; SUCCESS: The Riverland has a tradition of hosting top cycling events, including the Tour of the Riverland held earlier this year.

Council secures centreâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s future SPECULATION about whether the Renmark Paringa Community Centre will close its doors has ended with the Renmark Paringa Council guaranteeing the facility will survive for at least another two years. Renmark Paringa Council chief executive officer Barry Hurst said while the centreâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s immediate future has been assured for now, the long term outlook depends primarily on external funding. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We are getting over $200,000 a year in funding from various sources to provide various programs,â&#x20AC;? he said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The future of the centre will be contingent upon

us being able to continue to gain external funding to run the centre cost neutral, or at a very small cost to council.â&#x20AC;? Hosting a number of meetings with key stakeholders, council decided it was in the best interests of the public to keep the centre running. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It will operate the centre for at least two years to give some opportunity to get it back on track...with the long term aim that it may be able to be taken over by the community in the future,â&#x20AC;? he said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It is providing services to the community that would otherwise not be available or would be difficult to access.â&#x20AC;?

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CONTINUOUS littering along Industry Road, in Renmark, has prompted the Renmark Paringa Council to introduce a specific rubbish campaign aimed at cleaning up the area. Renmark Paringa Council chief executive officer Barry Hurst said it is a matter of persistence to get rid of the rubbish that builds up on Industry Road. â&#x20AC;&#x153;At the end of the day, we have got to try something and we keep trying different strategies to hopefully get a good outcome,â&#x20AC;? he said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It has always been a problem for us, Industry Road, with littering from packaging in the retail outlets in that area. â&#x20AC;&#x153;So we are starting a very simple campaign called â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Do the right thingâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; and we will be putting up some appropriate signage on the rubbish bins and signs in the problem areas.â&#x20AC;?

â&#x2013; RUBBISHED: Industry Road in Renmark has been an area frequently affected by littering in recent years. Photo: JANE WILSON Mr Hurst said council will also be meeting with retail outlets in the area to seek their co-operation in promoting the campaign. â&#x20AC;&#x153;In some places those outlets have local littering strategies where they manage the litter around the outlets and we will be talking to them about whether there is any

chance of that happening here,â&#x20AC;? he said. Mr Hurst said the â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Do the right thingâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; program will also be spread throughout the district at a later stage but the initial concentration will focus on Industry Road.

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Workshop for budding writers A WORKSHOP for budding writers will be held by award winning writer Finnegan Kruckemeyer at the Riverland Youth Theatre today from 4.30pm. Kruckemeyer won a childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s theatre award on the weekend at the annual Australian Writers Guild Awards for his play script The Tragical Life of Cheeseboy. He has had 35 of his commissioned plays performed around Australia and in America, with 17 new works set for sessions in 2011. Kruckemeyer is currently in the Riverland working with primary school children on the creative development of the RYTâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s major project Big Smoke. For further details about the workshop, contact the RYT (8586 3437).

Sportsperson nomination forms available NOMINATION forms are now available for the annual Riverland Sportsperson of the Year Awards. The awards, which are organised by radio station 5RM, will be an-

nounced at a gala dinner at the Berri Resort Hotel on November 6. Four prestigious awards will be handed out on the night. Forms can be collected by calling 5RM (8582 1800), or by dropping into the studios or your local council office. Nominations close October 2.

RSL receives funding THE Barmera RSL sub-branch will receive $33,686 towards the purchase of dining tables and chairs, kitchen equipment and window treatments for its rooms. The funds have been provided as part of the Federal Governmentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Veteran and Community Grants Program.

Expressive postcard release MENTAL health awareness will come to the forefront in the Renmark Paringa Council area from today with the launch of postcards allowing people to express themselves.

The Postcards Project is a state wide program promoting wellbeing in the community. Postcards can be picked up from many locations around town, such as the council office and library, and will allow people to anonymously express their deepest thoughts. Once completed, the postcards can submitted for an exhibition to take place next month as part of Mental Health Week.

Free shower heads HOMEOWNERS are being offered free water efficient showerheads as part of a State Government promotion announced last week. Water Security Minister Karlene Maywald said the offer allows homeowners to reduce water wastage, as well as costs. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The simple act of replacing old showerheads with water efficient models can also help save people save money in decreased water and energy costs throughout the year,â&#x20AC;? Minister Maywald said. The Loxton Waikerie Council is locked in for a swap program on September 14 to 26.

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Berri Barmera Council News

New fountain voted in THE fountain on Barwell Avenue in Barmera has been earmarked for a make over. In a debate that split councillorsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; votes in half, Mayor Peter Hunt passed the over-riding vote on the motion to install a new fountain. Council chief executive officer David Beaton said while preliminary costings are established, the thoughts from councillors show they believe it is a worthy project. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It still needs to be costed out and put into a budget, so what theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re (the councillors) indicating is that they think it is a worthwhile project to go forward,â&#x20AC;? he said. Prices and building specifications will be devised before the issue is reintroduced to council for further discussion. Given the current fountainâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s feature piece has continually been stolen, Mr Beaton said the idea is to replace it with something that should be there for a while. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s about making something that will last and be there for a reasonable period of time,â&#x20AC;? he said. He said it is hard to determine exactly when the project will begin, its start depending on the budget impact. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s nothing in this yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s budget but it depends on how big the cost is if we can stretch it into this yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s budget,â&#x20AC;? he said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;If itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a major cost, it will be done next year.â&#x20AC;?

Motion passed two less councillors By LES PEARSON BERRI Barmera Council has confirmed it will drop two councillor positions following the next local government election in November 2010, leaving eight councillors to represent the community. Council chief executive office David Beaton said the move is becoming common amongst regional councils. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a trend to go to smaller councils at the moment,â&#x20AC;? he said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve had the amalgamation for more than 10 years, so it doesnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t re-

ally need to be that big any more.â&#x20AC;? Councils review their elector representation every two terms, with eight years since the last review was carried out. Mr Beaton said councillors were receptive to the motion to cut back the number of representatives on council. â&#x20AC;&#x153;They see the merit in going to eight but some councillors did express some concern about the workload,â&#x20AC;? he said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;If there are two less on, that can make it (harder) on those who are left.â&#x20AC;? Once the change is car-

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New public toilets to be built on Vaughan Terrace DEMOLITION is expected to begin on the Vaughan Terrace public toilets today to prepare for a new, refurbished toilet block. Council has contracted local builder Michael Kregar to build the new toilets, which are expected to cost about $200,000. Council chief executive officer David Beaton said ini-

tial plans were to have an elaborate structure but those original plans proved too costly. â&#x20AC;&#x153;They were going to be rather unique with sails and that sort of thing but they ended up being too expensive,â&#x20AC;? he said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s amazing how much they cost, you could build a rea-

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sonable house for $200,000 and some of the quotes that came back were around $300,000.â&#x20AC;? In helping keep the costs down, councillors Geoff Higgs and Barry Fletcher are each providing in kind works to the project. Cr Higgsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; business will help with the demolition, while Cr Fletcher will be assisting with

transport and freight. Mr Beaton said this assistance will help knock between $5000 and $10,000 off the overall cost. While the public toilets are being demolished, other nearby facilties can be found at the Berri Visitor Information Centre and at the town hall during working hours.

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â&#x2013; HAVINâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; A LAUGH: Lameroo CWA members Lee Huddleston (left) and Jean Young share a joke with Southern Mallee Council representative Anthony McCabe, at the 70th anniversary celebrations of the Lameroo CWA Branch. â&#x2013;  CAKE CUTTING: CWA state president Rosalee Crocker (left), Lameroo CWA life member Linda Steer, and former CWA state president, and former Lameroo CWA life member Enid Philbey are pictured after the cake cutting ceremony at the Lameroo CWA Branchâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 70th anniversary celebrations last Friday.

â&#x2013; ARTY: Enjoying the opening of the current exhibition of paintings at the Rain Moth Gallery were (from left) Sandy Neindorf, Ilze Braddock, artists Suzanne Andrew and Daina Braddock and Nicola Andrew.

â&#x2013; ON SHOW: Thora Rohlach (left), artist Alice Gove and Heather Shearer at Aliceâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s textile exhibition at the Terrace Art Gallery, Loxton.

â&#x2013; SERVE: Team Oven Ready serving the judges with their winning dish, roast beef with Yorkshire pudding and all the trimmings at the recent Morgan Campoven Cook Off.

â&#x2013; JOVIAL: At the Riverland Tourism Association AGM last week were (from left) Mary Theunens (Glossop Motel), Fleur Carthew (Chairperson of RTA), Hank Thuenens (Glossop Motel) and Peter Kollmann (Kingston-on-Murray Caravan Park).

â&#x2013; CENTENARY: Reverend Trevor Klar (left), Matilda Evans and Max Jury cutting the cake at the Berri Uniting Church centenary celebrations recently.

â&#x2013; MEDAL: Enjoying the Duthie Medal count on Monday night were (from left) Neil Kerley, Jen Merlo-Hart, Pat Hart and Shane Corner.

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â&#x2013; HELPING OUT: Some of the fantastic volunteers who helped out at the St Catherineâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Petticoat Lane Bazaar last Friday. Photo: JANE WILSON


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Keeping a short and sharp eye on whatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s happening around the Riverland and Mallee WITH

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â&#x2013; FRUIT CUPS: Loxton High School students showing off their fruit cups at the TAFE SA open day last week.

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BOOK Week was celebrated at schools across the region last week and a wonderful display entitled Book Safari was presented by Monash Primary School.

School principal Brenton Chapman was delighted by the display, describing it as one of the best heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s seen in a school.

UNFORTUNATELY I was unable to attend the 44th anniversary Petticoat Lane Bazaar last Friday, but Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve been assured it was a success. The major fundraiser for Berriâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s St Catherineâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Home for the Aged saw $10,000 raised for the cause â&#x20AC;&#x201C; a great effort. Much of the produce on the stalls was home made and a feature of the day was a performance by the Our Lady of the River school choir. Petticoat Lane Bazaar has been held since 1964 and over $300,000 has been raised for the community in that time.

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â&#x2013; WORKING: Hannah Wilkinson, a year one student, hard at work during Monash Primary Schoolâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Book Week program.

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â&#x2013; CELEBRATION: CWA State President Rosalee Crocker (left) is pictured with the Lameroo CWA Branch President Ruth Byrne at the 70th anniversary celebrations of the Lameroo CWA Branch.

â&#x2013; FUN DAY: Enjoying last weekâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Petticoat Lane Bazaar were (from left) Mary Gropler, Thelma Bishop and Meredith Draper

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LAMEROOâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S CWA branch celebrated 70 years of service with a party at the Lameroo Bowling Club last Friday. A feature of the day were placemats featuring CWA members and activities through the year, while notes from the branchâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s first meeting were read out. The birthday cake featured a colourful image of the clubâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s headquarters, and 95 year old member Linda Steer, who was also presented with life membership, fanned the candles. Members thoroughly enjoyed the day, which included performances by the Community Singers.

SOUTH Australiaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s native flower is coming into its own at this time of year and no more so than at the home of Ian Winnen in Barmera. The photo below was taken in the middle of last month and the pea is certainly brightening up Ianâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s yard. Maria Valandro was delighted enough by the colours to send the picture in.

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12 â&#x20AC;˘ Riverland Weekly â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Thursday September 3, 2009 ADVERTISING FEATURE

Community Bridging Services

â&#x2013; SUCCESS: Con Kourtos with his certificate for 10 years employment with Coles.

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â&#x2013; COOK UP: Cooking up a storm at the CBS open day on Tuesday were (from left) Michael Vardaro, Brenton Hastwell and Kerryn Van Dyk.

for about 15 years. Beginning on July 1, CBS is now providing a specialist service in the new Job Services Australia program funded by the Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations (DEEWR) Under this contract, CBS services clients at Mannum, Morgan, Waikerie, Bow Hill, Nildottie, Walkers Flat, Berri, Loxton, Renmark and towns

 

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Thursday September 3, 2009 Riverland Weekly â&#x20AC;˘ 13 ADVERTISING FEATURE

Community Bridging Services

â&#x2013; OPEN: Celebrating CBS' open day on Tuesday were (from left) Dallas Zeliff, Mark McDonald, Kerryn Van Dyk, Nikki Finn and Sandy Mitchell. Absent was Leah Prouse.

with a disability find work locally CBS also has a long term relationship with TAFE SA to provide accredited training and education and improved access to programs for clients, including practical training. Another service offered by CBS in the Adelaide region is the provision of recreation and day option services to 250 people with a disability. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We are committed to a

Positive Interactions Model that guides us in support of our clients,â&#x20AC;? Kerryn said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Put simply, we focus on a personâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s strengths and interests â&#x20AC;&#x201C; building on small successes and confidence and transferring this into education and employment.â&#x20AC;? CBS has positive working relationships with local schools, Centrelink, River-

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â&#x2013; WINNER: Muller Meats owner Daryl Muller celebrates his businessâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; award winning sausages. By BRAD PERRY CREATING a unique, tasty sausage is a difficult task to master but for one local business, its sausage making abilities have been rewarded with the stateâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s top honour. Monash butcher Muller Meats was recently named South Australiaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s kings of the lamb curry sausage in the open class at the Australian Meat Industry Council awards. After winning an impressive trophy, owner Daryl Muller said the sausage makers will now turn their attention towards the Australian titles at the Gold Coast early next year. Mr Muller said it was his own fondness for the lamb curry sausage which made

him enter it into the regional sections of the competition and then on to state wide honours. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I always quite like them myself and I thought they might do all right,â&#x20AC;? he said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve been selling these lamb curry sausages for 12 months and I decided to put them into this yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s competition.â&#x20AC;? The small business has earnt a reputation for creating delightfully, tasty alternative sausage recipes. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We make a continental one or what I call an Italian sausage and a pork and apple and a lamb curry,â&#x20AC;? he said. Customers have been so impressed by the lamb curry sausage that what started out as an experiment is now an award winner.

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â&#x20AC;&#x153;People seemed to like it so we kept on making it,â&#x20AC;? he said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I wouldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t consider it a hot spicy curry but there is a little bit of chilli and pepper in it.â&#x20AC;? Mr Muller promises to try and create several new flavours for his customers in the future and is also hoping to find a unique taste for his mettwurst. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I would like to get a first prize in our mettwurst, I have played with that a little bit so the judges look more kindly,â&#x20AC;? he said. Loxtonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Hygienic Meats also won an award at the titles, taking out the honour of the best Australian barbecue sausage.

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The great vanilla slice special AS vanilla slices from across the Riverland are scrutinised and tasted by judges at The Great Australian Vanilla Slice Triumph in Ouyen, Victoria, selected Riverland bakeries are giving you the chance to try the quintessential pastry at a special price for tomorrow only. The Country Bakehouse, in Loxton, is offering its fresh, delectably delicious vanilla slice and coffee for just $5. Owner Tim Vivian is calling on the Riverland to come and try the bakeryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s version of the vanilla slice, which is up against some of the best from around Australia at the Vanilla Slice Triumph in Victoria. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It really has put the vanilla slice on the map for The Country Bakehouse.â&#x20AC;? For one day only, Tim believes the Riverland should come to the bakehouse and be the judge of its freshly baked vanilla slice. â&#x20AC;&#x153;My belief is that a vanilla slice should have a crisp pastry with a creamy vanilla custard that isnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t too gluggy,â&#x20AC;? he said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Last time we did it (promoted the vanilla slice) we sold nearly 70

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16 • Riverland Weekly – Thursday September 3, 2009

CHARLIE

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• Nude – ole Soup a la Neuen (served without knickers) • Indian Runner Duck A la Waechter • Hot Grilled Freundt Chicken A la Woon (with green peas – a treat for Joe) • Tripe (served up by the barrackers) • Hot Toddy • Playground Pancakes (happy landing Giff) served with Glaxo, for Bob, the baby of the team. • Blow-away sponge Umpires special. In a round about way, the obviously mischievious document would be referring to speedy wingman Roy Waechter, star players Don Woon, Joe Westbrook, ‘Toddy’ Thompson, Giff and Bob Proud, as well as Neuen. And of course, the mind boggles at what may have prompted those references. Hot grilled Freundt chicken associated with Ben Freundt for example? It is a all a puzzle. I have heard rumours about the menu’s origins...but?

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Renmark Two wraps up women’s soccer title while...

Old footy menu ■ THE mention in last week’s local Football Budget of the food from yesteryear enjoyed at Waikerie’s recent 1934 and 1936 premiership remembrances sent me searching recently. My search bore fruit as I uncovered a copy of a menu from one of Loxton’s end of season dinners from its first few years in the Upper Murray Football Association after joining in 1946. And talking of 1946, football, of course, was played prior to that in a big way independently in the Loxton region for many years. While various mentions of the neighbouring competition of that time have been made in the Riverland Football League’s magnificent Centenary celebrations in 2009, it needs to be remembered that football in the surrounding Loxton district is of course very much an important part of the sport’s history in this overall region. I know of at least one Loxton stalwart who is making a study of those early years in Loxton and the near Mallee with his research suggesting some keen rivalry with the UMFA and its clubs. More later perhaps? Meanwhile, back to that menu – I imagine it was from 1946, 47 or 48 (as it has John Neuen featured and he was a member of those title winning teams).

with GRAHAM CHARLTON

Gold carve up Black with Barber’s blades Steve Atkinson and, with ■ THE inaugural girl’s open soccer premiership has been four goals each, Dale Hardecided by a nil all draw wood and Tyson Schrapel between Renmark Two and spearheaded Rangers to a Loxton but officials have de- 12-0 victory over Renmark scribed last Sunday’s virtual Development Squad, while grand final as “a fabulous, ex- Barmera Gold took no prisciting game watched by some oners as it accounted for Barmera Black 22-3. very vocal supporters”. Martin Barber, 10 goals, Renmark Two has taken out the pennant finishing on and Anthony Ielasi, seven, 31 points, followed by Lox- seemingly conducted goal ton (29), Renmark One (12), shooting clinics for Gold. Encouraged by the popuand Berri (11). larity of the Loxton cregirl’s open ated a numA fabulous, c ompetition ber of scoring introduced in chances near exciting game 2009, a spethe end of the cial camp congame but it watched by some ducted by Adwas held out very vocal elaide coaches by Renmark’s will be held at Eleni Papageorsupporters. Renmark on giou and goalThursday/Frikeeper Rhianday, October non Grosse. 8/9. Junior preAll of the players from mierships went to Berri (39 points), three clear of Ren- this inaugural season are mark; under 13 to Renmark welcome – however, all enTwo (39 points), from Berri quiries should be directed to association president Steve One (36). While Renmark Olympic Poutakidis 8595 3205. This weekend under 11, celebrated its senior men’s title with a bye, Berri River 12, 14, 15 and 16 boys and Rangers and Barmera Gold under 16 girls teams from went on goal scoring frenzies the Riverland will be in Port last Sunday as a warm up for Lincoln competing in the SA the approaching Top Four Junior Country Championships. Cup.

■ PROLIFIC: Barmera Gold’s Martin Barber smashed home 10 goals against an under strength Barmera Black on the weekend. Photo: SUPPLIED

Charlie looking to an outsider ■ AS this is just about opinions and not based on any scientific research, my stab at the Whillas Medal results; I am sticking to the recent trend of favourites to rob each other of votes: 1. Jim Thomson (Waikerie), 2. Dillon Millard (Barmera-Monash), 3. Peter Safralidis (Berri).

■ ROUGHIES: Graham Charlton’s hot tips for the top three spots in the Whillas Medal this Monday night include (from left) Jim Thomson, Peter Safralidis and Dillon Millard.

SA surprise interstate competitors at Merrylands ■ I SPOKE to former Riverlander and Sydney’s Merrylands Bowling Club bowls secretary Neil Lemmey recently about the nine test series held over four days at his club against the South Australian High Performance men’s and women’s squads. Neil, who is going to become a Croweater again shortly when he returns to take up employment in Berri, said “the South Australians had surprised the Merrylands people a bit, “had done better than he thought they would”

and currently had a “pretty good squad together”. SA defeated Merrylands 67-37 overall, with the men about square and the women winning comprehensively. The tour by the state squads to Sydney was born when Lemmey met up with the SA high performance manager, former Australian test cricket fast bowler Jeff Hammond and his assistant Trevor Lloyd at the masters tournament at the Adelaide Bowling Club earlier this year.

SA is endeavouring to lift the skill levels of its squads and from these results seems to be on the right track. Australian squad silver tier member and state skipper Ashley

laide masters champion Scott Taylor, who could not compete in any of the tests due to injury, and former Australian under 25 representative and current state skipper Wayne Ruediger

women’s team were former international players, Berry Herbertson and Arleen Jeffrey (Australia) and Willow Fong (Australia and Fiji), along with NSW representatives Corinne

They did better than he thought and currently had a pretty good squad together. Klose, who was in the SA squad, is a nephew of local riverland champion Dennis Treloar. Others in the SA men’s squad were silver tier member and Ade-

– and lets not forget local Andrew Hill who is apparently returning to Berri this season after playing in Adelaide in 2008/09. In the Merrylands

Crouch and Cheryl Gillard. And in the men’s, premier league, import Trent Healy (Tuggeranong) and marquee players Brent Norman

(St John’s Park) and Shannon White (Northmead) and former Australian under 25 Jesse McKenzie – and Neil Lemmey, when he could get away from his secretarial duties, featured. Of interest, no animosity came out of the one meeting between Hill and Lemmey as their fours match ended up all square. Also, Neil remarked on the absolute mauling he received from SA’s Max Kleinig in a singles match and also highlighted an amazing high quality singles

contest between McKenzie and Ruediger. Ruediger, who is the son of present Monash bowler Kym and grandson of Ron (who represented SA on more than 200 occasions), produced a brilliant backhand draw bowl with the final delivery of the contest to finish all square at the bell. By the way, Neil Lemmey is adamant that his return to the Riverland will not involve bowls – he has offered to take me fishing instead.


~ Matthew Knights

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I still think I’ve got a lot to offer the team as a batsman and captain and leader.

The number of goals Barmera Gold’s Martin Barber scored on the weekend.

~ Ricky Ponting

email: sportsdesk@riverlandweekly.com.au

CHARLIE

It is Lloyd’s decision on whether he plays on next year but he will have to take a number of things into account.

Thursday September 3, 2009 – Riverland Weekly • 17

Locals hit Shotokan week

■ THREE local children Callum Morrison, 12, Kyall Morrison, 10, and Annalise Rapson, 11, will be in Gladstone, Queensland, from October 2 for the annual Shotokan week. Members of Kingston-onMurray instructor Robert Matthews’ Riverland Shotokan Club, the trio will grade for their first black belt (1st Dan) and then take part in national competitions. Achieving black belt status involves attending a week of various training sessions with Australian instructors, as well as Hirokazu Kawazawa Kancho, who is 10th Dan and head of the Shotokan Karate International Federation. At the end of training there will be grading in front of Kancho with black belts being awarded to those that are successful. Callum, Kyall and Annalise will compete in individual and team events at the national competitions after extensive local training under Sensei Robert Matthews and also involving themselves in extra sessions away from their official schedules. All three children commenced karate in early 2007 and have worked their way through

the various gradings and belts. In particular, the eldest, Callum Morrison, has already won a number of medals along the way, his gold including one gained at Shotokan week in Sydney last year and three at the AKF State titles. Sensei Robert Matthews and, work commitments permitting, possibly another Riverland member, Waikerie’s Peter Santella, will be in Queensland with the juniors and will take part in the veterans competitions. The pair competed in the veterans AKF Nationals in Adelaide recently. Instructor Matthews is pleased with the growth of the Riverland Shotokan club with 25 beginners currently attending training. Various sessions are held at Berri on Tuesday, Barmera on Wednesday, Waikerie, on Tuesday and Friday, Kingston-on-Murray, Monday, Thursday and Saturday afternoon and Monash, Saturday morning. Anyone interested in further details should telephone Matthews on 8583 0140 or 0418 503 207.

■ TEAM: Taking part in the SA Team Kata 12 to 15 year old age group will be (from left) Annalise Rapson, Callum Morrison and Kyall Morrison. Photo: SUPPLIED

Goodes praises coach Rose ■ A FEW weeks ago we reported on Loxton’s Boxing Australia official Phillip Goodes intending to take a back seat at his Riverland Boxing Club to allow his just retired champion Paul Rose to pursue a career in coaching. Well, talking to Phillip on Saturday morning radio, he was glowing in his praise of Rose after his appearance in the corner for three of the gymnasium’s promising young fighters at a recent 18 bout tournament at the Waterside Workers Hall, Port Adelaide. The boxers are now preparing for the state titles on September 19/20 at that venue. As far as their appearance at Port Adelaide was concerned,

12 year old Matthew Wilson produced a strong and skillful performance to defeat Adelaide’s Marcus Howard, four points to two, over three one and a half minute rounds, in the 46 kilogram schoolboys division. Bradley Wilson, 18, showed superior fitness over three two minute rounds in the 75 kg junior open division to account for Matthew Bell (Adelaide) five points to four. Wilson had defeated Bell at the Riverland tournament held at Renmark in April this year. And in his third bout against Mildura’s Ashley Bobbin, 13 year old Ryan Goodes finished level on points 3-3 but was beaten on

a countback by the equivalent of one punch. These two youngsters have already created quite a rivalry. In their first meeting on the Renmark program, Ryan won in a split decision. Then in their next fight the Victorian took the honours by the equivalent of two punches. Meanwhile, Phillip Goodes, apart from keeping an eye on the emergence of Paul Rose, the coach, is kept extremely busy in his duties as an official with the national body. Reportedly, Rose has already won an appointment as team manager/assistant coach of the state boxing team bound for Canberra.

Dogs back to Barmera ■ GREYHOUNDS return to the Barmera track this Saturday after the last meeting was transferred to Gawler for TAB coverage. The Riverland club continues to attract around the 100 nomination mark for its race days. A bookmaker is track side so that you can take an interest in the local dogs, as well as racing around Australia. This is also another venue where I can vouch for the quality of the catering.

Black Point collects the spoils at Renmark ■ OVER 120 visitors from all over the state, Kalangadoo to Eyre Peninsula, Adelaide to Port Elliot, joined 20 locals at another successful annual Renmark RSL and District Bowling club Orange Carnival from August 22 to 28. Many of the visitors have been enjoying the splendid greens, recognised as being amongst the best in the state, at this carnival for more than 20 years and a number stay to participate at other Riverland clubs in the ‘season of carnivals’. Each of the eight days carried prize money and locals amongst the winners of the major purses included the host club’s Ken Knight, who teamed with Port Elliott’s Jenny Wright, Raylene Johnson and Robin Binney in the mixed fours, Renmark RSL’s duo Malcolm Inglis and Mavis Elsworthy in mixed pairs and teenager Tamzin Jenke

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Pirie and an Adelaide group calling themselves Black Point. In the main, the Riverland turned on its usual splendid weather for the events, although on one particularly windy day these bowlers did their best to

employ the reverse swing more associated in modern times with their cricketing counterparts. Didn’t delivering the bowl on the wrong bias once mean the launcher had to buy a jug of beer?

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18 • Riverland Weekly – Thursday September 3, 2009

Berri tipped to take netball title By LES PEARSON NERVES, tension and sleepless nights. Yes, the Riverland A1 netball grand final is upon us and it is not just supporters feeling the above symptoms. This is all new territory for a majority of Berri’s squad, while much of Loxton’s unit has tasted premiership glory in recent seasons. Expectations surrounding Berri are high and essentially, this is the one it does not want to lose. Nor should it. From the outside, the Berri squad is a good netball team

but look a little deeper and there is a strong friendship structure amongst the squad as well. This should work to its advantage. Both team’s coaches are smart taskmasters of the local game. Chris Eleftheriadis is a brilliant motivator and the Berri girls respond well to her leadership. On the other side of the fence, Loxton’s Sharona Edwards is a tactical operator with plenty of talent at her disposal. Starting from Berri’s defence line, Bec Parkinson as goal keeper and medallist Tori Jachmann in goal defence shape up as for-

midable foes for Loxton attackers Tess Dempsey and youngster Amber George. George performed well in the preliminary final but Parkinson and Jachmann are two tough cookies for this young rookie to crack. Into the centre court, Rhea Ward will take on Jackie Dahlitz from the circle, while the height of Michelle Wenman in wing defence will match the strength and experience of Eve Will at wing attack. The match-up attracting the most attention will be closewearing defender Carly Wheeldon in wing defence on Berri’s young play maker Kimberley

Wade in wing attack. Both players share a similar build, with Wade’s sheer pace to test Wheeldon, who rarely lets her opponent out of sight. Heading into Berri’s attacking goal circle, where Kelly Moore will take the goal attack bib, teamed up with Louise Beech in the shooter’s shoes. Loxton defender Sally Wright has had a stellar year and teamed up with Leah Fisher, these girls look really tough to beat. That said, Moore is a star, while Beech has settled into her spot. It should be a great contest and we’re tipping Berri to win by six goals.

Development the key, while Tori triumphs ■ From Page 48 “I think a lot of it has been through the work of Chrissy Eleftheriadis’ strong junior focus on development and a lot of these players playing in senior teams this weekend have come from those junior developmental phases,” Ms Shannon said. “As a club, this year it has been amazing to see the support coming from everywhere.” The club also inducted three life members recently, including long time servants Di Kearney, Chris Eleftheriadis and Lyn Pinnington. Ms Shannon encouraged other netball clubs in the region to focus on a similar

■ WIN: Berri’s Tori Jachmann won the 2009 A1 best and fairest award ahead of Renmark’s Jo Haynes and Loxton’s Sally Wright. pattern. “Development of juniors is the forefront,” she said. “We’ve had to build this over

five or six years.” Ms Shannon said with the backing of a strong committee and senior coaching roles, which also included A2 coach Donna Kitto, the club looks set to continue in a successful vein for years to come. MEANWHILE, star recruit Tori Jachmann has stormed home to win the Riverland netball A1 best and fairest. Jachmann was an outside chance to win the award, but her consistent performances this season, particularly in defence were duly rewarded with the title. Renmark defensive veteran Jo Haynes and fellow defender, Loxton’s Sally Wright, rounded out the top three.

Winners A1: Tori Jachmann (Berri) A2 :Kerryn Van Dyk (Berri) A3: Jo Brand (Berri) B1: Nathasha Thorpe (Renmark) B2: Kate Blowes (Berri) B3: Annette Lowe (Cobdogla) C1: Tracey Lange (Loxton North) C2: Gemma Webber (Barmera Pink) 17A: Kimberley Wade (Berri) and Reeni Leuders (Renmark) 17B: Alicia Curtis (Waikerie Black) 17C: Tenille Milich (Loxton North) 15A: Ellee Eleftheriadis (Berri) 15B1: Bethany Kropinyeri (Loxton North) 15B2: Amy Henwood (Berri) 15C1: Eunice Afolabi (Renmark) 15C2: Karmjoyt Sanghera (Loxton North)

Weather wreaks havoc on individual championship tilt ■ From Page 48 After qualifying first for the final, Pfitzner was the last to complete his run as conditions deteriorated. Arriving home on Monday and recovering from an exhausting trip, Pfitzner described his moment of anguish. “It got really rough and pretty windy,” he said. On his second trick, Pfitzner struck trouble. “I just got caught in the wind and didn’t quite get around,” he said. The resulting fall was damaging to his overall score and although he believed he may have done enough in the final run, the scores proved otherwise. “I knew what I had to do and I thought I might just get it,” he said. Minor disappointment aside, Pfitzner said the overall experience was sensational and his preparation could not have been better. “It was really good,” he said. “I probably should have been a bit nervous but I do my best when I’m just riding and having fun and that’s what I did.” Looking ahead, Pfitzner is hopeful his second placing will earn him a wildcard on to the five-month World Cup circuit. “Hopefully I get a wildcard…that would be pretty cool,” he said. Pfitzner’s father and grandfather also made the trip over to South Korea.

Finals time in hockey Semi final

Men - Renmark v Loxton AFTER a long season with just two wins, Loxton goes into this Friday night’s final against Renmark with a sniff of victory after last weekend’s draw. With Danial Shawyer leading the way, Renmark will be hoping to bounce back for a first up win in the finals. The experience of Callum Benda mixed with the smarts of Jarrett Casey has been a reason why Renmark achieved five wins and two draws during the regular season. Daniel Fforde has had a solid year in defence, while Aaron Weir and Aden Shaw are capable of providing run. Loxton’s youth have given it some real hope towards the end of the season through skilful players such as Sean Burgess, Aaron Evans, Steven Trezise and Matt Hammond. Nigel Rutherford and Karl Hennig have been reliable contributors and will need to play well if Loxton is going to win. We are tipping Renmark to step it up a notch in a tight, low scoring contest.

Berri v Waikerie IT is the battle of the top two teams on the ladder in Riverland hockey and this match up could be a shoot out. Berri has proven it is the measuring stick this season after finishing top but Waikerie ruined its winning streak with a one goal win last round. Waikerie has had some high contributors on the scoreboard including Ryan Edwards (12 goals), Rowan Hope (14), Lachlan Seabrook (five) and Tom Wickham (five). However, Berri’s attack has also proven potent with Paul Santos (seven goals), Fred Vallelonga (15), Brett Stokes (12), Jason Golding (13) and Matthew Baird (16) finding the goals. So this match could come down to who makes the most of their opportunities. Under coach Shaun Kelly, Berri players Simon Wundenberg, Simon Trimper, reliable Tony Herbert and Tony Halupka have all gelled well. Waikerie will look to Rowan and Cameron Hope to create the play with their flashy skills as they have done all season. Still disappointed about last week’s loss, Berri will regroup and beat an improving Waikerie by three goals.

Women’s - Berri v Waikerie WAIKERIE’S inability to put a score on the board during the season saw it on the losing end more times than not but last round’s draw with third placed Berri offers some hope for a competitive effort in this final. Under 18 players Merinda McMahon, Catherine Starr and Karina Payne have filled key positions for Berri this year and have not disappointed. For Berri to win, Tamara Gilgen, Kristen Hibberd and Aislin Curyer need to hold strong in defence. Using her skills and knowledge of the game, Karri McMahon (13 goals) is one to watch in attack in this final. Waikerie has been well served by Brianna Seabrook, Lauren Dutton and Kimberly Fulwood throughout the season and these players will need to perform. There is a reason why Berri is five games clear of Waikerie on the ladder and it will win by two goals after a spirited effort early from Waikerie.

Loxton v Renmark

■ UNLUCKY: Ryleigh Pfitzner (left) collected second place behind his Japanese opponent after an unfortunate fall in his final run. Pfitzner qualified first for the final.

A STRONG team effort during the regular season has left Loxton in good stead to put its first foot forward in the race for the premiership cup. However, Renmark has closely followed Loxton in second place and is capable of upsetting the minor premier. Talented duo Danielle Weeks and Kate Coden have caused problems for opposition sides and expect nothing less in this contest. Loxton strikers Sara Jenzen, who has scored 25 goals this year, and young gun Stephanie Baird (13 goals) could be the difference in this match. With the ever reliable BJ Hammerstein controlling the midfield, Renmark will have a hard time finding the back of the net. In an absolute thriller, Loxton should take a step closer to the flag with a one goal win.


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FOR FOR THIS THIS WEEK WEEK

Saturday September 5, 2009 12.00 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 12.30pm 12 Derrick Street LJ Hooker 12.00 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 1.00pm 5 Marshall Street Ray White Berri

Saturday September 5, 2009 3.30 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 4.00pm

RENMARK 9.30 - 10.00am

COBDOGLA Saturday September 5 , 2009 BARMERA 12.30 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 1.30pm

Lot 17 Great Grandpa Henry Rd LJ Hooker RLA 1935 Phone: 8582 2744 Price $105,000 Inspect By appointment

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Renovators delight who wants to live out of town. Spectacular views and positioned close to Kingston Estate Winery. Last property at the end of the road. Priced to sell at $105,000.

10.00 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 10.30am 11 Roberts Street Ray White Berri 10.00 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 11.00am 6 Fisher Drive Ray White Berri 10.30 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 11.00am Tooravale Road LJ Hooker 11.00 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 11.30am 13 Dennis Street Ray White Berri 11.00 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 11.45am 8 Affleck Court LJ Hooker 11.15 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 11.45am 11 Bosman Drive LJ Hooker

10.30 - 11.00am

11.30 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 12.00pm 18 Woodhouse Crescent Ray White Berri

10.30 - 11.00am 11.30 - 12.00pm

LOXTON 10.00 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 10.30am 12 Thiele Avenue Ray White Loxton 11.00 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 11.30am 25 Tanko Street Ray White Loxton 12.00 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 12.30pm 4 Klingberg Street Ray White Loxton 1.00 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 1.30pm 145 Paruna Road Ray White Loxton 1.00 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 1.45pm Sec 669 Alamein Ave LJ Hooker 2.00 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 3.00pm 5 Hall Crescent Ray White Loxton

11.30 - 12.00pm

3 Howie Drive Ray White Renmark Begarra Street, just over 8th Street Ray White Renmark Cooltong Avenue Ray White Renmark Eighth Street Ray White Renmark 4 Cook Street Ray White Renmark

WAIKERIE 11.00 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 11.30am 19 West Road Ray White Waikerie 12.00 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 12.30pm 13 Thompson Road Ray White Waikerie 1.00 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 1.30pm 18 Hemming Street Ray White Waikerie 2.00 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 2.30pm 382 Sturt Highway Ray White Waikerie

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.

Charlieâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Goss Pages 16 & 17

Call 8582 5500 to advertise in the FREE...

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Sect 14 Mudge Street Ray White Berri

GLOSSOP Sect 828 Sturt Hwy Ray White Berri

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Riverland Sport

They say a tie is like kissing your sister. I guess that is better than kissing your brother. ~ Lou Holtz

email: sportsdesk@riverlandweekly.com.au

■ TIGHT SPOT: Renmark’s Nathan Farr and Harry Beavis close in on BarmeraMonash’s Jack Barker, while Danny Millard lends support. Photos: BRAD PERRY

■ SLIP: Waikerie’s Matt Gibson loses his footing against Loxton.

■ GOAL: Wunkar players celebrate a goal in the weekend’s Independent football preliminary final.

■ SHOT: Renmark pocket rocket Brett Exelby shoots at goal on Sunday.

■ GRAB: Loxton’s Nick Uren takes a strong mark in Saturday’s RFL second semi-final against Waikerie.

■ LEAP: Wunkar’s Shane Schulz and Cobdogla’s Brad Thompson contest in Saturday’s preliminary final as the pack closes in.

■ YOUNG: Cobdogla’s Brad Thompson won the Independent best first year player award on Monday night, he is pictured wuth award donor Robert Lehmann.

■ YOUNG TALENT: Joint winners of the Barry Wyman Colts best and fairest trophy were (from left) Lyrup’s Tyson Lindsay, presenter Darren Zadow and Blake Milich, from Brown’s Well.

■ COACHES: Brown’s Well’s Russell Charles won the best junior coach award, while Paringa coach Arrod Westley took out the senior coach award at the Independent presentation night. The award was presented by West Adelaide’s Allan Brand.

■ ACE: Paringa’s Anthony Lippis collected the goal kicking award for season 2009, with award sponsor Trevor Norton.


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Magpies to swoop on Grand Final opportunity

Paringa v Wunkar THE 2009 Independent competitionâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s two in form teams Paringa and Wunkar lock horns in a bid to raise the much sought after premiership cup on Saturday. Coming off one of the biggest upsets of the year against Cobdogla, Wunkar has built together a strong team unit, led by the exceptional skill and leadership of Howard Duthie Medalist Daniel Evans. Bulldogs supporters and players, past and present, are desperate to see the side win the flag after a 32 year drought dating back to 1976. However, Paringa has arguably been the best team in the competition for the latter half of the season and easily accounted for Cobdogla in the second semi-final. The end result of this match will hinge on which teamâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s midfield is more dominant and the match ups of Evans and Sean Gray against Andrew Lloyd and Chris Gardner could be pivotal. Swans spearhead and league leading goal kicker Anthony Lippis is in top form and the â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Dogs will need to restrict his leading space. We were impressed by the way Wunkar rebounded off half back against Cobdogla and the likes of

â&#x2013; KEY: Wunkarâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Daniel Evans will be a key player against Paringa this weekend. Photo: JANE WILSON

Chad Staples, Nick Allen, Jason Goodes and Tim Hucks will provide plenty of run this weekend. The Bulldogs will need to keep a close eye on Paringa hard ball winner Dom Portolesi, while Dean Hill has snuck forward to kick several goals over previous weeks. Shannon Hissey is always dangerous in the midfield and Brendan King can never be underestimated. The Swans have many ball winners and plenty of recent finals experience and the Bulldogs may find them hard to stop if they get a good start. However, Wunkar is playing a spirited brand of football and working hard to help each other out at

every stoppage. Bulldogs ruckman Shane Schulz will need to use all of his experience if his side is to get up and could be a key goal kicking option out of the ruck. The smaller Moorook Oval may suit the game style of Paringa, which likes to go long and direct to gun forward Lippis. This promises to be one of the most exciting and closely fought grand finals in the Independent competition for many years. We are tipping Paringa to take out the 2009 premiership, to taking control in the third quarter and holding on for a memorable victory.

Evans and Marr share honour By BRAD PERRY WUNKARâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S Daniel Evans created history on Monday night when he became the first player to win the highest honour in both the Independent and Riverland football competitions. Evans and Ramcoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s ball magnet Jason Marr tied for the Howard Duthie Medal after a tense final round where Marr secured three votes in the final game to clinch the tie. With Lloyd and Ramco big man Nigel Hole in close pursuit, Evans and Marr both caught the umpiresâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; eyes in the final round and could not be split in a high voting medal count. Both Marr and Evans featured in the top three best players on the ground in nine of the 14 matches. A humble Evans accepted the medal with praise for his co-winner Marr and his Wunkar team-mates.

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â&#x2013; CONTEST: Karoonda and Lameroo will do battle this weekend for a berth in the Mallee Grand Final.

Karoonda v Lameroo THIS looks like being a fascinating match. Karoonda played a tough knock â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;em down contest against Border Downs Tintinara last weekend, while Lameroo had a week off after winning the first semi-final. It will be interesting to see if that scenario has any impact on the outcome of this contest. The Magpies have invested a lot of energy into this season, with recruiting starting well before the end of 2008, and will feel that missing the grand final will be a failure. Lameroo hasnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t had as consistent a season as it would have liked but still is a chance to defend its title. Karoondaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s midfield has been good all season, although Justin Jackson was reasonably well contained in the semi. a higher league and to tie with such a great player is an honour,â&#x20AC;? he said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I knew I needed three votes but I was pretty lucky in the game against Brownâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Well, I played somewhere near the best football I can play.â&#x20AC;? In just his seventh year of football, after turning from rugby, the hard working ethic of Marr has earnt him the highest of praise. Lloyd finished runner-up with 18 votes, while Nigel Hole (17) and Paringaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Shannon Hissey (16) both polled well. In other awards, best first year player went to Cobdogla ruckman

If he fires in this game, along with Brodie Chinner and Jacob Neary, the Magpies will take a major step to victory. The big task though is for ruckmen Michael Houston and Trevor Wohlfiel to prevent Lameroo big man Ben Grieger from establishing too much dominance around the field. A best on field performance from Grieger will see the Hawks get up. Add his skills to those of Shaun Walker, Hayden Thorpe and Shaun Williams and there will be some interesting battles in the midfield. The other man the Magpies will have to shut down is Chris Philbey, who had a rip snorting start to the first semi-final. He can be hard to stop and can turn a game on its head in a matter of minutes. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s going to be a hard ask for the Magpies but we think they will get up â&#x20AC;&#x201C; just.

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

MID MURRAY FOOTBALL LEAGUE PRELIMINARY FINAL

PRELIMINARY FINAL

Rovers to show true colours Renmark v Waikerie IS this game the war of the wounded? Both teams showed signs of niggling injury issues last week but make no mistake, this one will be a physical encounter. Still smarting from last season’s devastating grand final loss at the hands of Mark Ricciuto, Renmark will want revenge on the Magpies who are struggling to overcome a rough patch of form over the past month. If the Rovers can mimic their final half from last week for four quarters against Waikerie this weekend, they should come out on top. Renmark fields a versatile team of players, with the likes of Pete Dempsey, Mick Townsend and Harry Beavis all capable at either end of the park. Simon Callahan continues to cut teams up and hasn’t been tackled properly since birth. While his disposal is questioned by many, Callahan’s decision making and creativity is at times impeccable. Waikerie would be well and truly aware of this by now and whether it tries to either shut him down

■ PRESSURE: Waikerie’s Luke Horner fires the ball out under pressure from Renmark’s Paul Stelzer. or counter Callahan’s influence will affect the outcome. What Waikerie does have is some star potential at its disposal. Matt Gibson can tear games apart but does go missing at times. A big game from him would do Waikerie the world of good. Young Tim Bevan has given his all on the wings and flanks but the consistent efforts appear to be coming from the same people of late. Aron Bland’s season is expected to be over, requiring knee surgery.

Ben Venning’s form of late hasn’t been match winning but he is an honest contributor who will need support from the half forward line. This one really depends on which Renmark team shows up, because if Waikerie gets half a sniff, it will run away with it. The Rovers were labelled as the team to win it early in the season and since then have been labelled every name under the sun, except a good team at the end of the day. This is the week it can change that opinion. This is the week it can play for one another and show its supporters that Renmark is a good team, rather than a team of good players. A loss here would effectively rule this year as a missed opportunity for Renmark. A loss for Waikerie would be hard to accept but one that really signifies a team that has peaked at the wrong time. There is pressure on both squads. Whichever deals with the expectation best will win. We’ll go Renmark to win with a team building momentum into the big one next week.

Smith emerges outright favourite MORE history will be made this Monday night at the Berri Resort Hotel when the 2009 Whillas Medal count is held. It has been another tumultuous season for many, with injuries and star recruits all having a major influence. We’ve established a mock market we have devised for the award. The obvious early favourite is Loxton’s Pete Smith. Smith smashed 55 goals this year, coupled with countless best on ground performances to really announce his arrival to the RFL. At $1.30, he is no certainty…but just about. Late injuries and rests in some games may be his biggest enemy.

Second favourite is fellow Tiger Leigh Kruger. Kruger is generally loved by the umpires with his silky play and courageous leadership. He would be Smith’s biggest threat. Team-mate Nick Uren is traditionally overlooked, so his price of $9 probably doesn’t represent his great year. Renmark’s Simon Callahan is a genuine chance at $5, setting up play from the back line and consistently racking up disposals each week. His performances in losing matches may also win votes. Fellow Rover Adam Bryant is next in the market at $7. He had a great year

last year, with only injury cutting him short of what may have been a Whillas Medal. Barmera-Monash youngster Dillon Millard is a personal smoky at $7.50, while team-mate Jack Selfe at $12 has also had a stellar year, although whether he caught the eye of umpires might be another question. Berri’s best shot will be captain Peter Safralidis and last year’s winner Dean Storic, whose rucking efforts throughout the year might draw more votes than many expect. Loxton North’s hopeful will be Josh Nelson, who has been brilliant across the backline in a team that struggled in 2009.

Our Whillas market Pete Smith $1.30 Leigh Kruger $4 Simon Callahan $5 Adam Bryant $7 Ben Venning $7 Dillon Millard $7.50 Damien Stevens $8 Nick Uren $9 Peter Safralidis $10 Dean Storic $10 Pat Portolesi $10.50 Chris Bonney $11 Rhys Mitchell $11.50 Jack Selfe $12 Mitch Fazekas $12.50 Josh Nelson $13 Robert Price $13.50 Matt Camplin $14 Scott Pogorecki $15 Shane Schubert $20 Matt Stelzer $22 Paul Stelzer $23 Matt Gibson $30 Geordie Franks $35 Any other player $40

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The Magpies are capable of playing direct football with midfielders Russell Loffler Corey Redden, and Ryan Johns dangerous. Simon Noack and small forward Paul Burgemeister must kick goals for the Magpies to win, while centre half forward Alex McGorman needs to take plenty of marks. Watch out for Shane Beckmann and Joel Grieger rebounding from defence. We just cannot see BSR letting this opportunity go to waste after consecutive years of finals experience. Experienced on ballers Jason Oliver and Grant Beaumont will be very important in helping BSR’s cause. Young Ryan Schiller has added pace off the half back line and full back Clinton Griffiths will make it hard for Simon Noack to get a kick. Ruckman Simon Mattner has returned to form, while Dale Payne looks a really strong player of the future. The game will be won in defence, with BSR holding tight for a three goal win.

Mosey’s Mid Murray medal win WE don’t like to blow our own trumpet too much but The Armchair Experts were right on the mark with our prediction that Robertstown’s Jarred Mosey would win the Mid Murray’s Mail Medal. Mosey polled 23 votes to clearly win from Blanchetown/ Swan Reach’s Dale Payne (17) and Sedan/Cambrai’s Ryan Johns (12). It was a big weekend for Mosey, with his team knocking BSR over in Saturday’s second semi-final to go into the premiership decider. The Wally Herrmann Medal for the B grade best and fairest was won by BSR’s Craig Lindner (18) from Sedan/Cambrai’s

Bradley Willis and Bulldog Michael Nitschke, both on seven votes. The under 17 medal went to BSR’s Sam Sobey (24) and the under 13s medal was won by Shannon Tanner, of BSR, on 35 votes. The best first year A grade footballer award was won by Robertstown’s Kurubyn Floyd. Coaches of the year were Robertstown’s Peter Burman (senior) and BSR’s Peter Zadow (junior). Meanwhile, Morgan/Cadell’s Mick Dreckow (400) and Robertstown’s Greg Kotz (300) were recognised for major games milestones.

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■ UP THERE: Barmera-Monash ruckman Robert Price and Renmark’s Nathan Farr reach to the sky in Sunday’s Riverland football first semi-final won by the Rovers.

email: sportsdesk@riverlandweekly.com.au Best – Brown’s Well: J. Hyde, K. Hargreaves, J. Lipacis. Ramco: H. Lochert, K. Ryan, D. Kroschel. Goals – Brown’s Well: J. Hyde 8, B. Milich 4, J. Lipacis 3, K. Hargreaves, K. King, A. Smith. Ramco: J. Kafexholli, B. Watkins 2, D. Marr, T. Bevan.

Riverland Football A grade Second semi-final: Loxton 13.7 (85) d Waikerie 10.11 (71). Best – Loxton: P. Portolesi, L. Williams, N. Uren. Waikerie: J. Thompson, C. Miller, S. Nicholson. Goals – Loxton: A. Montgomery 3, L. Kruger, L. Williams, P. Portolesi, L. Mitchell 2, J. Fielke, R. Mitchell. Waikerie: T. Hyde 3, M. Gibson 2, G. Dutton, S. Stevens, T. Bevan, N. Tape, B. Venning. First semi-final: Renmark 14.9 (93) d Barmera-Monash 8.14 (62). Best – Renmark: B. Wagnitz, M. Townsend, S. Callahan. BarmeraMonash: D. Whitbourne, M. Leyson, R. Price. Goals – Renmark: M. Stelzer 3, C. Seekamp, M. Townsend 2, B. Wagnitz, N. Farr, A. Bryant, M. Camplin, S. Jenkins, P. Stelzer, S. Callahan. Barmera-Monash: T. Wilson 2, R. Price, R. Villis, T. Swanbury, B. Wilksch, M. Leyson, L. Middleton. Second semi-final: Barmera-Monash 8.5 (53) d Renmark 6.5 (41). Best – Barmera-Monash: B. Harrington, R. Pietrolaj, P. Butterworth. Renmark: A. Gill, D. Sutton, B. Kennedy. Goals – Barmera-Monash: J. Kassulke 4, S. Mathew 2, A. Ielasi, S. Sumner. Renmark: K. Polst 2, B. Townsend, L. Rasheed, A. Gill, J. Petersen. First semi-final: Loxton 15.12 (102) d Loxton North 3.5 (23). Best – Loxton: B. Schultz, G. Dahlitz, C. Fisher. Loxton North: B. Tschirpig, S. Inglis, R. Arnold. Goals – Loxton: D. Cregan 4, M. Wright 3, B. Roads, S. Westbrook 2, T. Durling, D. Durling, G. Dahlitz, M. Maidment. Loxton North: B. Tschirpig, C. Edmunds, J. Deren.

B3 Monash 40 (J. Andrenacci) d Loxton North 20 (K. Nugent, B. Smith).

BDT 11.13 (79) d Karoonda 9.6 (60). Best – BDT: L. Richardson, J. Richardson, L. Slape. Karoonda: B. Chinner, E. Koch, D. Wallfried. Goals – BDT: B. Hooper 3, T. McKenna, J. Richardson 2, L. Richardson, J. Brock, M. Vandeleur, J. Zacker. Karoonda: C. Knight 3, R. Paech 2, S. Barrett, J. Graetz, D. Caldwell, M. Burnett.

Loxton North 36 (S. Wall, C. Dalzell) d Barmera 23 (G. Drogemuller, T. Greig).

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Berri 65 (K. Krollig, K. Wade) d Waikerie 46 (D. White, T. Wenske).

Second semi-final: Renmark 9.10 (62) d Barmera-Monash 5.7 (37). Best – Renmark: H. Smith, N. Carr, C. Lock. Barmera-Monash: J. Coats, J. Broughton, J. Graetz. Goals – Renmark: H. Smith 4, R. Glazbrook, J. Warnock, D. Pfeiffer, W. Carr, C. Webber. BarmeraMonash: J. Coats 4, M. Nitschke. First semi-final: Loxton North 8.9 (57) d Loxton 7.3 (45). Best – Loxton North: L. Cameron, M. Scott, I. Mann. Loxton: B. Falting, E. Pontt, J. Fisher. Goals – Loxton North: A. Baker, I. Mann 2, B. Mules, D. Saint, W. Rowe, D. Fielke. Loxton: A. Falcinella 3, B. Falting, J. Fisher, E. Pontt, L. McDonald.

Under 17 BSR 7.7 (49) d Robertstown 4.3 (26). Best – BSR: J. Tanner, T. Sobey, K. Coleman. Robertstown: D. Kotz, J. Coe, Z. Tremaine. Goals – BSR: C. Giles 4, S. Bajszi 2, S. Marks. Robertstown: L. Kimpton 3, B. Launer.

Under 13 Sedan/Cambrai 11.9 (75) d BSR 0.1 (1). Best – Sedan/Cambrai: S. Kain, B. Hoepner, C. Linton. BSR: K. Lambe, S. Tanner, D. Barker. Goals – Sedan/Cambrai: B. Hoepner, J. Henke 3, C. Linton 2, S. Kain, D. Tuckwell, S. Schmaal-Henke.

A grade

Riverland Netball

Preliminary final: Wunkar 16.12 (102) d Cobdogla 14.9 (93). Best – Wunkar: S. Schultz, T. Hucks, D. Evans. Cobdogla: T. Dawson, B. Thompson, Z. Walker. Goals – Wunkar: S. Gray 5, J. Griffiths, L. Evans 3, J. Goodes 2, J. Lawson, T. Hucks, D. Evans. Cobdogla: T. Dawson 7, D. Tilbrook 3, K. Sampson, L. Wegener, L. Fridd.

Preliminary finals A1 Loxton 47 (T. Dempsey, A. George) d Renmark 43 (R. Leuders, D. Gartery).

A2 Renmark 44 (R. Nisbett) d Barmera 39 (R. Dillon, C. Richardson).

Colts

A3

Preliminary final: Brown’s Well 18.7 (115) d Ramco 6.10 (46).

Loxton North 51 (L. Lange, D. Waechter) d Barmera 40 (S. Millard, J. Hanna).

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Hockey Men A Grade Renmark 2 drew Loxton 2. Best – Renmark: D. Shawyer, J. Casey, L. Matulin. Loxton: S. Trezise, A. Evans, S. Burgess. Goals – Renmark: C. Benda, D. Shawyer. Loxton: A. Evans, D. Gray. Waikerie 1 d Berri 0. Best – Waikerie: A. Fulwood, C. Hope, B. Kroehn. Berri: B. Stokes, T. Herbert, P. Aitchison. Goal – Waikerie: R. Hope. Ladder: Berri 40, Waikerie 24, Renmark 17, Loxton 7.

B Grade Berri 3 d Waikerie 0. Best – Berri: A. Pietsch, C. Boyd, B. Halupka. Waikerie: A. Boehm, A. Harris, G. Bartel. Goals – Berri: B. Barney, A. Pietsch, S. Stokes. Renmark 3 d Loxton 1. Best - Renmark: D. Casey, P. Scharnberg, S. Crouch. Loxton: M. Hopper, T. Othams, N. Fielke. Goals – Renmark: M. Duggin 2, M. Mallinson. Loxton: T. Haigh. Ladder: Berri 38, Loxton 26, Renmark 14, Waikerie 9.

Under 18 Loxton 2 d Renmark 0. Best – Loxton: S. Burgess, M. Hammond, J. Lugg. Renmark: A. Shaw, D. Casey, T. McInerney. Goals – Loxton: A. Evans, D. Gray. Waikerie 14 d Berri 2. Best – Waikerie: R. Hope, R. Kleeman, A. Hampton-Twilly. Berri: S. Wundenberg, D. Barton-Ancliffe, S. Helbig. Goals – Waikerie: R. Hope 5, J. Redemski, C. Traeger-Squires 3, M. Morgan 2, C. Powerady. Berri: M. Hamilton, D. Roberts. Ladder: Berri 38, Loxton 26, Renmark 14, Waikerie 9.

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Loxton 3 d Renmark 0. Best – Loxton: L. Smith, G. Sylvia, T. Allister. Renmark: S. Reid, K. Coden, T. Schwartzkopff. Goals – Loxton: S. Jenzen 2, B-J. Hammerstein. Waikerie 2 drew Berri 2. Best – Waikerie: S. Wilson, A. Reid, S. Loffler. Berri: T. Gilgen, C. Starr, M. McMahon. Goals – Waikerie: L. Mattner 2. Berri: A. Mengler, S. Wilson. Ladder: Loxton 39, Renmark 31, Berri 17, Waikerie 1.

Under 11

Riverland Eight-ball

Waikerie 5 d Berri 0. Best – Waikerie: M. Menadue, L. Redemski, J. Dolphin. Berri: J. Millar, J. Burgess, J. Roberts. Goals – Waikerie: M. Menadue 2, L. Mendaue.

First division: Berri Gold 10 d Cobby Club 5, Renmark Bad Boys 10 d Berri Jugheads 5, Renmark Rovers 10 d Loxton Sporty 5, Monash Club 8 d Renmark Club 7. Second division: Berri Sharks 8 d Cobby Club 7, Waikerie Club 8 d Barmera Hellenic 7, Renmark Redbacks 8 d Loxton Sporty 7, Moorook Club 10 d Barmera Ballbreakers 5, Loxton Sporty Black 10 d Monash Club 5. Third division: Lyrup Club Red 15 d Waikerie Club 0 (forfeit), Moorook Club 9 d Lyrup Club 6, Renmark Hotel 9 d Hellenic Hopefuls 6, Barmera Hotel 8 d Berri Breakers 7.

Renmark 4 d Loxton 0. Best – Renmark: S. Smith, N. Woodrow, T. Parker. Loxton: H. Rogers, C. Heinrich, S. Stivahtaris. Goals – Renmark: J. Mallinson 3, B. Duggin. Ladder: Renmark 39, Waikerie 33, Berri 13, Loxton 1.

Soccer Seniors

B Grade Waikerie Black 2 drew Berri 2. Best – Waikerie Black: S. Axleby, J. Schultz. Berri: All played well. Goals – Waikerie Black: J. McPherson, S. Axelby. Berri: J. Size, L. Delaine. Renmark White 2 d Loxton 1. Best – Renmark White: T. Webber, D. Hutchins, V. Crouch. Loxton: G. Bartsch, F. Hampel, D. Tootell. Goals – Renmark White: T. Brauer 2. Loxton: G. Bartsch. Waikerie White 2 drew Renmark Blue 2 Best – Waikerie White: P. Kroehn, K. Pick, A. Grieger. Renmark Blue: All played well. Goals – Waikerie White: A. Baker, A. Harkness. Renmark Blue: C. McDonald, C. Bristow. Ladder: Berri 34, Waikerie White 27, Waikerie Black 27, Loxton 17, Renmark White 11, Renmark Blue 9.

Under 18 Berri 6 d Waikerie 0. Best - Berri: All played well. Waikerie: S. Wilson, J. Wilson, J. Gartley. Goals – Berri: M. McMahon 3, K. Payne, J. Starr, C. Starr. Renmark 3 d Loxton 2. Best – Renmark: K. Coden, K. Trautwein, R. Grosse. Loxton: S. Baird, E. Hampel, T. Allister. Goals – Renmark: K. Coden 3. Loxton: E. Hampel 2. Ladder: Berri 33, Renmark 24, Loxton 22, Waikerie 5.

Mixed Under 14 Renmark 4 d Berri Red 0. Best – Renmark: A. Giles, M. Trautwein, J. Cowden. Berri Red: D. Couzner, A. Roberts, S. Walladge. Goals – Renmark: D. Casey 2, M. Johnson, J. Mallinson. Berri Blue 4 d Loxton Gold 1. Best – Berri Blue: J. Laskowski, N. Bradford, C. Hamilton. Loxton Gold: P. Stivahtaris, E. Hampel, S. Bonney. Best – Berri Blue: J. Laskowski 3, N. Bradford. Loxton Gold: S. Baird. Loxton Black 7 d Waikerie 0. Best – Loxton: Z. Schubert, T. Haigh, B. Hammond. Waikerie: T. Grieger, C. Tyler, R. Law. Goals – Loxton Black: Z. Schubert 4, C. Allister, L. Doecke, T. Haigh. Ladder: Loxton 36, Renmark 33, Loxton 24, Berri Blue 14, Berri Red 13, Waikerie 8.

Berri 12 d Renmark Development Squad 0. Best – S. Atkinson, D. Harwood, T. Schrapel. Goals – Berri: D. Harwood, T. Schrapel 4, M. Drogemuller 2, P. Eleftheriadis, S. Atkinson. Barmera Gold 22 d Barmera Black 3. Best – M. Barber, M. Struchlak, R. Barber. Goals – Barmera Gold: M. Barber 10, A. Ielasi 7, B. Dorombozo 4, R. Barber. Barmera Black: J. Vlassopoulos, J. Giangias, K. Zois. Ladder: Renmark Olympic 31, Barmera Gold 23, Berri 22, Barmera Black 7, RDS 4.

Under 15 Berri 8 d Loxton 1. Best – S. Gwiazda, T. Schrapel, M. Drogemuller. Goals – Berri: M. Drogemuller 3, T. Schrapel, E. Grosser 2, S. Gwiazda. Loxton: T. Hoffmann. Renmark 8 d Barmera 0. Best – J. Tsorotiotis, C. Miller, A. Hussaini. Goals – Renmark: C. Miller 4, A. Hussaini 2, N. Gregoric, A. Naseri. Ladder: Berri 39, Renmark 36, Barmera 12, Loxton 3.

Under 13 Loxton 0 drew Barmera Three 0. Best - L. Morrison, S. Polymiadis, J. Liddle. Renmark One 2 d Barmera One 1. Best – T. Brooke, R. Wallace, Y. Tragos. Goals – Renmark One: I. Kolkas, Y. Tragos. Barmera One: M. Burton. Renmark Three 4 d Berri Two 1. Best – U. Sahin, R. Walter, J. Recchia. Goals – Renmark Three: R. Walter 2, U. Sahin, own goal. Berri Two: T. Trewren. Berri One 5 d Barmera Two 1. Best – T. Franchito, A. Drogemuller, S. Giaghis. Goals – Berri One: A. Drogemuller, T. Franchito 2, T. Eleftheriadis. Barmera Two: J. Pangallo. Ladder: Renmark Two 39, Berri One 36, Renmark One 24, Barmera Two 22, Barmera One 21, Renmark Three 16, Berri Two 11, Loxton 2, Barmera Three 1.

Women Loxton 0 drew Renmark Two 0. Best – S. Hoffmann, E. Papageorgiou, A. Pavlomanolakos. Berri 2 d Renmark One 1. Best – P. Weeks, S. Pront, P. Eleftheriadis. Goals – Berri: S. Pront. Renmark One: R. Van der Hoek. Ladder: Renmark Two 31, Loxton 29, Renmark One 12, Berri 11.

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Under 15B1 Waikerie 39 (A. Smith, A. Neideck) d Renmark 34 (S. Edwards, G. Paximardis).

Berri 36 (C. Konodoprias, J. Drabsch) d Loxton 16 (C. Schammer, L. Trower).

B Grade

Independent Football

Under 17C Waikerie 32 (K. McDowell, E. Mader) d Loxton 31 (J. Ebert, G. Wells).

Renmark 30 (S. Waechtel, L. Trewin) d Loxton North 27 (T. Gilgen, A. Graetz).

BSR 7.7 (49) d Sedan/Cambrai 6.5 (41). Best – BSR: P. Zadow, C. Lindner, T. Sobey. Sedan/Cambrai: D. Reichstein, G. Gum, B. Willis. Goals – BSR: S. Lambe 3, P. Zadow 2, S. Sobey, T. Sobey. Sedan/ Cambrai: C. Sharp 2, J. Beckmann, H. Redding, B. Willis, D, Reichstein.

Under 13

Under 17B Renmark 41 (J. Westmoreland, C. Gale) d Loxton Gold 27 (J. Voigt, R. Gawley).

Junior colts

Robertstown 7.11 (54) d BSR 4.8 (32). Best – Robertstown: A. Schutz, T. Ross, J. Mosey. BSR: J. Oliver, G. Beaumont, R. Schiller. Goals – Robertstown: Jarred Mosey 3, B. Ross 2, A. Schutz, K. Floyd. BSR: S. McKenzie 2, D. Payne, J. Rosenzweig.

Preliminary final: Renmark 4.10 (34) d Loxton North 1.4 (10). Best – Renmark: Z. Gartery, B. Persinos, J. Albanese. Loxton North: M. Wilson, B. Hartley, C. Lange. Goals – Renmark: Z. Gallo, C. Wiese, R. Boon, J. Blackley. Loxton North: N. Thompson.

Under 17A

Under 15A

Preliminary finals A Grade

Under 15

C2 Berri 31 (T. Arruzzollo, E. Eleftheriadis) d Loxton North 23 (R. Fielke, S. Butson).

Renmark 56 (L. Gardner, K. Ellis) d Loxton 42 (G. Schilling, D. Kirk).

Mid Murray

Preliminary final: Waikerie 9.9 (63) d Berri 7.10 (52). Best – Waikerie: B. Cameron, D. Hoffmann, M. Kemp. Berri: K. King, T. Lindsay, A. Thorpe. Goals – Waikerie: M. Singh 3, B. Cameron, J. Hahn, D. Hoffmann. Berri: T. Lindsay, K. Brand 2, K. Finn, Z. Trussell, J. Woolston.

C1

Peake 16.10 (106) d Lameroo 1.4 (10). Best – Peake: M. Richards, A. Richards, R. Morris. Lameroo: M. Zuchelt, B. Marsh, M. Brown. Goals – Peake: G. Hewitt 6, L. Wilson 4, K. McDonald 3, R. Raper 2, A. Richards. Lameroo: L. Young. Peake 3.3 (21) d Lameroo 2.6 (18). Best – Peake: J. Loechel, B. Calvert, N. Gregurke. Lameroo: B. Marsh, Josh Barrett, N. Brown. Goals – Peake: B. Kielow, H. Smith, C. Ballard. Lameroo: B. Donaldson, T. Sherman.

Under 18

B2

Mallee Football

Senior colts

Photo: BRAD PERRY

Loxton North 42 (S. Falting, D. Obst) d Monash 32 (D. Muller, H. Potts).

Second semi-finals A grade

BDT 6.6 (42) d Lameroo 6.5 (41) (after extra time). Best – BDT: S. Schulz, C. Kowald, C. Ferguson. Lameroo: R. Maynard, S. Weetra, B. Wilcox. Goals – BDT: S. McCabe 2, L. Nicolai, S. Binns, L. Schreiber, J. Miell. Lameroo: R. Maynard 3, T. Caulfield, D. Simon.

B grade

B1 Loxton 49 (K. St John, P. Nitschke) d Renmark 25 (E. Howard, T. Thorpe).

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Golf Waikerie Club championship: A grade: W. Bald d D. Greenfield 11/10; B grade: J. Schumann d W. Morris 2 up; C grade: M. Chidlow d M. Burnell 4/2; D grade: M. Ward d D. Wheeler 1 up; Ladies – A grade: C. Fridd d K. Watkins 5/4; B grade: V. Kleeman d J. Pierson 3/1. Division one: M. Thomas 37. Division two: D. White 34. Voucher winners: N. Lloyd 34, C. Robinson 33.

Berri Saturday stroke: R. Thurmer 65 nett, G. Johnson 69, B. Martin 71, P. Cummins 72, S. Scholefield 75, L. Campbell, R. Day, R. Forward 76. Ladies competition: R. Kassebaum 38 c/b, L. Kellaway 38, W. Hocevar 35.

Darts Barmera Odd Bods 9 (D. Martin 140, 134, 123, 100 x 4, J. Bonham 140, 115, 100 x 6, S. Meyer 140, 125, 100, D. Roessell 137, 134, 125, 120, 100 x 2, P. Raffin 119, 100, B. Hawley 100 x 4) d Monash Wanderers 8 (N. Flack 140 x 2, 139, 125, 100 x 5, W. Barnett 140 x 2, 120, 100 x 4, S. Gration 140, 125, 100 x 4, T. Dyer 140, 100 x 2). Loxton RSL 12 (J. Willett 140 x 2, 125 x 2, 100x 4, K. Pillmore 140 x 2, 125, 121, 100 x 5, J. Bourke 140, 133, 123, 118, P. Bennell 125 x 2, 100, S. Pankhurst 121, 100 x 5, R. Martin 100 x 4) d Barmera Rooshooters 5 (W. Jones 140 x 2, 125, 100 x 4, D. Jones 134, 100, D. Cooper 121, 120, 100 x 2, G. Fleet 117, 100).

Junior squash Saints 4-12-182 d Cats 0-0-107 (D. Voigt d A. Falcinella 3-0, N. Falcinella d D. Cash 3-0, R. Tyler d A. Hampel 3-0, A. Shotton d B Rudiger 3-0). Power 4-12-204 d Cats 0-2-115 (R. Shotton d R. Stone 3-0, A Hampel d N. Falcinella 3-2, J. Searles d N. Ramos 3-0, L. Horsfall d O. Stone d 3-0).

Pinnaroo Volleyball Club Simpsons 3 d Muppets 0 (25-7, 25-13, 25-11); Flintstones 3 d Brady Bunch 0 (25-11, 25-21, 25-9); Hill Billys 3 d Munsters 1 (18-25, 26-24, 25-12, 1512).

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On the Road

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MOTORING

38 â&#x20AC;˘ Riverland Weekly â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Thursday September 3, 2009

Tavern Talk 4x4

Roads? Where weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re going we donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t need roads. ~ Doc Brown (Christopher Lloyd) in Back to the Future.

with DANNY HANRAHAN

Please save the Cooper F

â&#x2013; ENDANGERED: Beautiful scenery such as this on the Cooper Creek could be under threat if dormant water licences are reactivated.

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NO MORE TO PAY*

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NAVARA D40 4x4 RX DUAL CAB DIESEL MANUAL

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$31,990

$21,990

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Anyone who has camped on the banks of the Cooper will understand.

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WWWBIGRIVERNISSANCOMAU s/LD3TURT(IGHWAY "ERRI

irst we stuff the Murray, then we move on to the Cooper Creek. That seems to be the philosophy of the current Queensland Government. The Cooper is considered the last free flowing water system in Australia. Cattle fattening country and pristine wetlands in the far north could be under threat if dormant water licenses along the Cooper Creek are reactivated. And what will these water licenses be used for? You guessed it, the worldâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s biggest user of agricultural chemicals, the cotton industry. When flooded, these properties will leach the chemicals back into the system and then flow on into South Australia. Thanks Premier Bligh. On a trip across the Simpson Desert, we ventured east along the Eyre Creek for 80 kilometres and camped at one of the many waterholes along the water course. These water holes are an important refuge for aquatic organisms, wildlife and stock. â&#x20AC;&#x153;These habitats are completely dependent on surface flows because there is no groundwater connection,â&#x20AC;? Professor Stuart Bunn, director of the Australian Rivers Institute, said in a recent Stock Journal article. â&#x20AC;&#x153;If the frequency of the flows is diminished, or the duration of dry spells is increased because of extraction upstream, then they will disappear,â&#x20AC;? he said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;If these go, so does the wildlife and everything else that depends on them.â&#x20AC;? Although the volume of water associated with these licenses is unlikely to affect flood flows into Lake Eyre, it is these waterholes right throughout this country that will cease to exist, along with all wildlife and associated activities. Not to mention the majority of profits from this toxic industry will also go straight to their US financiers. The above mentioned licences were never used but also never cancelled. South Australia will work to ensure that any proposed changes are scientifically assessed and that an environmentally- sustainable result is achieved for the whole system. This must be very reassuring for the cattle properties as they watch with interest and wonder if the Lake Alexandrina and Coorong disaster will be replicated in their backyard. It is no wonder that the Coongie Lakes, just above Innamincka, are a RAMSAR (The Convention on Wetlands of International Importance, especially as waterfowl habitat) listed site. One of my favourite trips is via Milparinka, Tibooburra and up the Bore Track to the Cooper Creek. Anyone who has camped on the banks of Cooper Creek will understand the unique beauty of this country. Following in the footsteps of Sturt and Burke and Wills to arrive at this magnificent place is an adventure that surely must rival most in Australia. Letâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s all hope that the adventure will still be there for our kids to enjoy and not a poisoned wasteland.

AUTO AT MANUAL PRICE

Metallic colours $495 extra

â&#x20AC;&#x153;To arrive at this magnificent place is an adventure that surely must rival most in Australia.â&#x20AC;?


Thursday September 3, 2009 – Riverland Weekly • 39

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Engagement SWEET â&#x20AC;&#x201C; RASHLEIGH Trevor and Lyn, together with Les and Carol are thrilled to announce the engagement of Jeremy and Nikki on August 25th, with love from both families.

Death McKINNON Mary Adeline nee HOFF Passed away at Country River Village Renmark on September 1 2009. Aged 83 years. Beloved wife of the late Murray. Loved sister and sisterin-law of Doreen and Fred (deceased), Hilda and Clarrie (both deceased), Arthur (deceased), Ruth and Bernhard (both deceased), Edmund â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Mickâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; (deceased), Eva and Ron (deceased), Irene and Harold (deceased), Ken (deceased), Clarrie, Norman (deceased), Malcolm and Joan, Clarice and Ross and their families. The Lordâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s my shepherd.

Funeral Notice M c K I N N O N The relatives and friends of Mary Adeline McKinnon are respectfully invited to attend her funeral service to be conducted in the Riverland Funeral Chapel, 231 Twentyfirst Street, Renmark on Friday September 4 at 2pm.

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A1 quality redgum split or round, per bin. Defontenay Rd Barmera. Last yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s prices. Open 7 days a week. Phone 85883298 or 0427883298

PALMS Cocos palms, 4 palms, 10 years old. Buyer to remove. $350 ono for the lot. Phone 0407619896.

BERRIAG for Don KR Castlemaine Smallgoods, free delivery, 6 days a week. Phone Steve Bye on 0428179668

POKER table, solid construction, custom made, $600 ono. Phone 0400068932

STEELINE / BUILDPRO Outback concrete sleepers are now in stock at BuildPro Riverland. Various BERRIAG for slashing, designs are available. mulching, rotary hoeing Come in and view the etc affordable rates. new display of sleepers Phone Steve Bye on and concrete steps in the new display area. 0428179668. Old Sturt Highway, Berri. CARAVAN spaceline, pop- Phone 85822166. top, 16ft, rollout awning, 4 berth, microwave, TRAILER Alum 2000 a/c, new 3-way fridge. Hercules dog tipper trailer. TYL098. $5900 ono. Very good condition. YFC053 $25,000 ono. Phone 0439859550 Phone 85781220 or CHOOKS Point of lay $16. 85781064. Straw $7.50. Cobdogla Fodder 85887115 or VINES Grafted vine for 2009. Cab Sav on Paulsen, 0428887115. Ruggeri, Ramsey. Pinot COMPUTERS for mobile Noir on Ramsey, Sauvignon computer sales and Blanc on Ramsey, Shiraz service call Neotek on Ruggeri, Ramsey. Services on 0420597000. Taking orders for 2010 Friendly reliable and now. Contact RVIC on affordable no need to 85835366. unplug, we come to you. VINE-GRAFTING Need EXCELLENT Business vines grafted? Go to www. Opportunity. Small vinegraft.com.au local evaporative airconditioning business, excellent clientele, low overheads. Ideal for plumber or electrician just starting out, very reasonably priced. Genuine callers only. Phone 0408039686

WINDOWS 2 windows, dark bronze colour; 87cm W x 177cm D, with blinds $180. 182cm W x 177cm D $300. Ex. condition. Oil heaters; 1 small $70, 1 large $100. Ex. condition. Phone 0438648957.

Cars For Sale 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 85830336 or 0417867034 I N S U R A N C E - For the most competitive prices on home, contents, commercials, caravan and boats. Contact your local SGIC Agents Rosenthals, Renmark 85866626 or Berri 85823644

At the conclusion of the service the cortege will proceed to the Paringa MANURE Sheep manure. Lawn Cemetery for the $5 per bag. Available through the Apex Club committal. of Renmark at Lloyds RIVERLAND FUNERALS firewood, Airport Road, Berri 85821333 Renmark and Barry Renmark 85864422 Sullivans cnr Arumpo St and Cucumunga St, Accredited Member Australian Renmark West. Phone Funeral Directors Association Shane on 0428224466.

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HOLDEN Monaro 2002 CV8, devil yellow, 2005 18â&#x20AC;? Monaro rims, 2 owners, Pioneer CD player, 30,000kms, serviced every 10,000kms. XNI322 $29,500 ono. Phone 0433265816.

Public Notice 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 Marilyn 85832397 or 0429142702

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

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Community Events File Thursday September 3rd â&#x20AC;˘ Charity for all Bingo at the Loxton Club, Bookpurnong Tce, everyone welcome, eyes down at 7:30pm, proceeds to Moorook Hall. Phone Deb Ball on 0428 823 924 Saturday September 5th â&#x20AC;˘ Riverland Farmers Markets, every Saturday morning, 7:30 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 11:30am, Crawford Tce, Berri. Phone Market Manager 8582 4864. â&#x20AC;˘ Riverland Ballroom Dancing at Kingston Hall, pooled tea from 6 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 9:30pm. Phone Bob 8582 1840 or Geoff 8586 5613. Sunday September 6th â&#x20AC;˘ Guided tour of the â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Pinesâ&#x20AC;? Loxton Historic House and Garden, cost $8. Open Sundays, 2 & 3pm, or by appointment. Phone 0412649766 / 8584 4642 â&#x20AC;˘ Pacemakers Bingo at the Berri Hotel eyes down at 2pm proceeds to Riverland Medical Bus. For details, Dianne 8583 8267. â&#x20AC;˘ Treat Dad to a cruise on the P.S Industry on Fathers Day, from 11am â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 1.30pm. Devonshire morning and afternoon teas. Phone Renmark Visitor Centre 85866704. â&#x20AC;˘ The Berri Barmera and District Garden Club Inc meeting at 1pm sharp at the Berri Senior Citizens Club carpark to car pool to Loxton Biological Services. Bring a chair and afternoon tea to be shared. Enquiries to Heather Shearer 85832063. Tuesday September 8th â&#x20AC;˘ Riverland Gem and Mineral Club, workshop in Glossop from 3pm - 5pm. For details phone Dennis on 8582 3430. â&#x20AC;˘ Palms Bingo at the Berri Club eyes down at 10:30am proceeds to Barmera Residential Care Aux. Phone Pam 8582 1692 â&#x20AC;˘ Barmera Monash Charity Bingo at the Barmera Monash Football Club eyes down at 7:30pm Proceeds to Power Lifters. Phone Pam on 8582 1692

Tuesday September 8th continued â&#x20AC;˘ Art Classes every Tuesday at the Berri Art Centre, 23 Wilson Street. Classes run for 2 hours, $15 per session. Beginners and advanced artists welcome. For details or bookings phone Jamahl Pollard on 85822442 or 0414 39 5340 or email jamahl@4dart.com.au Wednesday September 9th â&#x20AC;˘ Refresh & Bloom for women married or single looking to develop new friendships, skills and ideas. Every Wednesday at the Belmont Hall, Berri Uniting Church, Denny St. Gold coin donation, morning tea provided. Phone Helen on 0429 822 524 **FUTURE EVENTS** â&#x20AC;˘ Due to unforeseen circumstances the next meeting of the Riverland Chronic Fatigue Syndrome support group for Friday Sept 11th at the Riverland Resource Centre 9 - 11 Seekamp St Berri has been cancelled. The support group will be at this years Riverland Field Days in Pavilions 62-66. Contact Raelene or Simon 0449 120 715. â&#x20AC;˘ Loxton Scout Group garage sale fundraiser on Saturday September 19th to raise monies to send 16 Scouts and 4 Leaders to Jamboree in Sydney. Sale starts at 8am â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;til 3pm. Donations are appreciated. â&#x20AC;˘ Loxton High School Class Reunion for Year 11 in 1998 and Year 12/13 in 1989. Saturday Oct 3rd and Sunday Oct 4th. More details email lynn.f@aim2xl.com.au or Karina at shirp123@bigpond.com â&#x20AC;˘ Scrapbooking night each third Tuesday of the month. Next night Sept 15th at Monash Hall. $5 includes supper. New project each month. Art and craft supplies. Enquiries to Tracey on 0429 808 937. â&#x20AC;˘ SACWA 80th Birthday Banner Tour celebrations, Thursday September 17, Gazebo, East Terrace Loxton from 11am

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Entertainment

Viewtube with LES PEARSON

Popular bands front up The group is now planning its full length release having spent time in the studio. Now the group is spreading its wings even further, heading west for its first Riverland gig. Off The Handle will play at the Renmark Hotel tomorrow night, with popular fellow Mildura outfit Super Turtle. Super Turtle is well known for its fun, cover versions of popular songs and is sure to have everyone partying on the night.

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1. What bird is the mascot of Arnottâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s? 2. Who did the Adwith elaide Crows beat last week in the AFL? 3. What are jaffles and toasties also known as? 4. Who will play in this weekâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Independent A grade football grand final? 5. What is the worldâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s fastest mammal? 6. Who was Luke Skywalkerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s father in Star Wars? 7. Who was the longest serving Australian Prime Minister? 8. True or False - Renmark and Loxton will contest this yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Riverland A1

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formances which showcases the talents of four remarkable musicians,â&#x20AC;? Mr Lloyd said. Guitar Heaven will appear at the Lameroo Memorial Hall at 8pm next Wednesday. Tickets can be purchased from the IGA Friendly Store, Lameroo.

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Each artist performs individually and they all come together for a final show stopping finale. This show has been on the road for some time now, meaning the artists have got their sets to a fine art and are at the peak of their game.

Monday 7th

â&#x2013; ROCKERS: Mildura band Off The Handle will be playing at the Renmark Hotel on Friday night.

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Wednesday 9th

A CHANGE of names, new band members and a move from covers to originals has proved worthwhile for Mildura band Off The Handle. The Mildura Battle of the Bands winners are growing in stature as their musical tastes develop and more gigs are booked. Starting off as Carpe Diem, the band was a four piece, which was soon down to three members. By early 2007, the band had made its debut at the well

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Thursday 3rd

4.30 SeaChange 5.30 The New Inventors 6.00 Children’s Programs 10.00 School Programs 11.00 Dynasties 11.30 Two In The Top End 12.00 Midday Report 12.30 Journey Of Life 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 Catalyst 8.30 Black Wave 9.30 Q&A 10.25 Lateline 11.00 Lateline Business 11.30 Live At The Basement 12.25 Wildside

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 Junkyard Wars 7.20 Mr Bean 7.30 The Royal Today

8.00 Spicks And Specks 8.30 The Librarians: Christine goes into labour a month early. 9.00 How Not To Live Your Life 9.30 United States Of Tara 10.00 Pulling 10.30 Billable Hours 11.00 Modern Toss 11.25 Very Small Business

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 Gary Unmarried 8.30 The Amazing Race 9.30 TV Burp 10.00 Double Take 10.30 Family Guy 11.00 American Dad 11.30 That '70s Show 12.00 Win News 12.30 Sons And Daughters

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 8.00 Rules Of Engagement 8.30 Rush 9.30 Burn Notice 10.30 Ten News 11.15 The Late Show 12.00 Eureka 1.00 Home Shopping 2.30 Copeland 3.00 Life Today

5.00 Weatherwatch 5.20 World Watch 7.15 Cycling: La Vuelta: Daily Updates 7.30 World Watch 12.25 Weatherwatch 12.35 World Watch 1.00 Australian Biography 1.30 Where's My Robot? 2.30 Dateline 3.30 Wall St. Warriors 4.00 Feast Bazaar 4.30 World Watch

5.00 Newshour 6.00 Global Village 6.30 World News 7.30 My Family Feast 8.00 Costa's Garden Odyssey 8.30 AD/BC 9.00 Dave In The Life 9.30 World News 10.00 Movie: The Ninth Day (Germany) 11.40 Oz 12.45 Swordsmen Of The Passes

Friday 4th

4.30 SeaChange 5.30 The New Inventors 6.00 Children’s Programs 10.00 School Programs 11.00 Planet Earth 12.00 Midday Report 12.30 Wild At Heart 1.30 Spicks And Specks: Presented by Adam Hills 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 George Gently 10.00 Sensitive Skin 10.30 Lateline 11.15 triple j tv 11.45 Good Game 12.10 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 Catalyst 6.00 Compass 6.30 Junkyard Wars 7.20 Mr Bean

7.30 The Royal Today 8.00 The Worst Week Of My Life: The truth about the cottage and Howard’s troubles at work are revealed. 8.30 Torchwood 9.20 Being Erica 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: Presented by Andrew O’Keefe 6.00 Win News 6.30 Seven News 7.00 Today Tonight 7.30 Better Homes And Gardens: Presented by Johanna Griggs 8.30 AFL: Qualifying Final 12.00 To Be Announced 3.00 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 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 Movie: The Break-Up 10.30 So You Think You Can Dance 1.40 Repco Rally Australia 2009: Highlights 2.40 The Late Show 3.20 Video Hits

5.00 Weatherwatch 5.20 World Watch 7.15 Cycling: La Vuelta: Daily Updates 7.30 World Watch 12.25 Weatherwatch 12.35 World Watch 1.00 The Food Lovers' Guide 1.30 Insight 2.30 Diamond Road 3.30 Living Black 4.00 André Rieu: The Fairy Tale

4.30 World Watch 5.00 Newshour 6.00 Global Village 6.30 World News 7.30 Young Victoria 8.30 As It Happened: Outbreak 1939 9.30 Cricket: One Day International 1.00 Cricket: One Day International: Highlights 1.30 Cricket: One Day International

Saturday 5th

SBS

5.00 rage 11.00 Jam And Jerusalem 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 Nigel Marven’s Rhino Adventure 3.00 Movie: Along

The Rio Grande 4.00 Movie: Guns Of Hate: Tim Holt 5.00 Bowls 6.00 Planet Food 6.30 Gardening Australia 7.00 ABC News 7.30 East Of Everything 8.28 ABC News 8.30 The Bill 10.00 ABC News 10.10 Double Time 11.20 rage

7.00 Children’s Programs 3.00 rage 6.05 The New Inventors 6.35 Heartland: Lou doubts her decision to live and work at Heartland when a group of corporate women arrive for a weekend retreat. 7.20 Rex The Runt 7.30 Einstein Factor:

Presented by Peter Berner 8.00 At The Movies: Margaret and David review the latest in cinema releases. 8.30 Movie: Touch Of Evil: Charlton Heston 10.00 The Wire: This story of a drug and murder investigation is told from the point of view of the police and their targets.

6.00 Children’s Programs 12.00 Eclipse 1.00 Movie: Barbie And The Three Musketeers 3.00 V8 Xtra 3.30 According To Jim 4.00 Deal Or No Deal 5.00 Hooked On Fraser 5.30 Postcards Australia

6.00 Seven News 6.30 The Great Outdoors 7.30 Movie: Shall We Dance 9.45 Movie: Commando 11.30 To Be Announced 12.00 Rugby: TriNations: Australia v South Africa 2.00 House Calls To The Rescue

6.00 Children’s Programs 10.00 Video Hits 12.00 Jamie At Home 1.00 Simply Footy 1.30 AFL: Qualifying Final: Geelong v Western Bulldogs 5.00 Ten News 5.30 Sports Tonight 6.00 Before The Game 6.30 AFL: Elimination Final: Brisbane v

Carlton 10.00 NAB Rising Star Special 11.00 Repco Rally Australia 2009: Highlights 12.30 Good News Week 1.30 Video Hits 2.00 Home Shopping 4.00 Bayless Conley 4.30 Leading The Way 5.00 Hour Of Power

5.20 Weatherwatch 5.50 World Watch 7.00 Cricket: One Day International: Daily Update 7.15 Cycling: La Vuelta: Daily Updates 7.30 World Watch 12.25 Weatherwatch 12.35 World Watch 1.00 Accentus 1.50 Dances Of Life 3.00 The Wonderful World Of Albert Kahn

4.00 Tim Marlow Meets... 4.30 Newshour 5.30 Cricket: One Day International: Highlights 6.30 World News 7.30 Mythbusters 8.30 The Squiz 9.00 Rockwiz 9.50 Movie: Intacto (Spain) 11.45 SOS 12.45 Glenmoore Job

Sunday 6th

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 SANFL: West

Adelaide v Glenelg 5.00 Sting 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 Midsomer Murders 10.10 Compass 10.40 Margot 11.35 Movie: Conquest Of The Air 12.40 Movie: 21 Days

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 3.00 The Doors: Live

In Europe 4.00 The Pigeon Detectives At Radio 1’s Big Weekend 4.30 Verve In Session 5.00 Oasis: Soul And Glory 6.00 ABC Fora 7.00 First Tuesday Book Club 7.30 Cranford 8.30 Hornblower 10.15 Under The Greenwood Tree

6.00 Children’s Programs 7.00 Weekend Sunrise 10.00 AFL Game Day 11.00 Discover 11.30 Auction House 12.00 Movie: Ghost Dad: Bill Cosby 2.00 AFL: Qualifying Final 6.00 Seven News 6.30 Dancing With The Stars

9.00 Movie: The Queen: Helen Mirren, Michael Sheen, James Cromwell and Roger Allam 11.05 Las Vegas 12.05 Movie: Garden State: Zach Braff 2.05 Room For Improvement 2.30 Home Shopping 4.30 NBC Today 5.30 Seven Early News

6.00 Mass For You At Home 6.30 Hillsong 7.00 Children’s Programs 8.00 Meet The Press 8.30 Video Hits 12.00 Netball Test 2009: Australia v New Zealand 2.00 Repco Rally Australia 2009 5.00 Ten News 5.30 Out Of The Blue

6.00 The Simpsons 6.30 Australian Idol 8.40 Rove 9.50 Movie: Me, Myself & Irene 12.10 Moto GP: Round 13: San Marino 1.20 Video Hits 1.30 Home Shopping 2.30 Copeland 3.00 Life Today 3.30 Benny Hinn 3.55 Video Hits

5.00 Weatherwatch 6.10 World Watch 7.15 Cycling: La Vuelta: Daily Updates 7.30 World Watch 10.00 Who Do You Think You Are? 12.00 Cycling: 2009 Tour Of Ireland 1.00 Speedweek 3.00 Football Asia 3.30 UEFA Champions League Magazine Program:

Presented by Les Murray and Craig Foster 4.00 Football Feature 5.00 The World Game 6.00 World News 6.30 Cricket: One Day International 10.15 Cricket: One Day International: Highlights 10.45 Cricket: One Day International 2.30 Weatherwatch

Monday 7th

WIN SA

4.30 SeaChange 5.30 The New Inventors 6.00 Children’s Programs 10.00 School Programs 11.00 Landline 12.00 Midday Report 12.30 Poirot 1.30 The Cook And The Chef 2.00 Parliament 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 Bruce And Me 12.30 MDA 1.25 Parliament

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 Junkyard Wars 7.20 Mr Bean

7.30 The Royal Today: Alana faces tragedy on her birthday. 8.00 Red Dwarf 8.30 Good Game 9.00 triple j tv With The Doctor 9.30 Doctor Who 10.15 Doctor Who: Confidential Cutdown 10.30 triple j tv 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 Movie: One Hour Photo: Robin Williams 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 Relentless Enemies: Lions And Buffalo 8.30 City Homicide 9.30 Beyond The Darklands 10.30 Boston Legal 11.30 It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia 12.00 Win News

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 5th Grader? 8.30 Good News Week 9.40 Dexter 10.45 Ten News 11.30 The Late Show 12.15 Sex And The City 12.45 Video Hits 1.00 Home Shopping

5.00 Weatherwatch 5.20 World Watch 7.00 Cricket: One Day International: Daily Update 7.15 Cycling: La Vuelta: Daily Updates 7.30 World Watch 1.00 The Food Lovers' Guide 1.30 Metropolis 2.30 Mister President 3.30 Insight

4.30 World Watch 5.00 The Crew 5.30 Cricket: One Day International: Highlights 6.30 World News 7.30 Top Gear 8.30 High Altitude 9.00 Flight Of The Conchords 9.30 World News 10.00 Entourage 10.30 Skins 11.20 Life's A Zoo

Tuesday 8th

ABC 2

4.30 SeaChange 5.30 The New Inventors 6.00 Children’s Programs 10.00 School Programs 11.00 The Real Mrs Doubtfire 12.00 Midday Report 12.30 Einstein Factor 1.00 The New Inventors 1.30 Catalyst

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 The Wild West 9.25 Fear, Stress and Anger 10.00 Jennifer Byrne Presents 10.30 Lateline

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 5.30 Sun, Sea & Bargain Spotting 6.30 Junkyard Wars

7.20 Mr Bean 7.30 The Royal Today: Ormerod has shocking news for a drug victim’s mother. Sarah meets her match in a woman who has no faith in doctors. 8.00 Australian Story 8.30 Up In Town 8.45 The Beast 9.30 The Wire 11.25 Teachers

6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Alive And Cooking 12.00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show 1.00 Movie: A Touch Of Frost: A Near Death Experience 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 Food Spectacular 8.30 Packed To The Rafters 9.30 All Saints 10.30 10 Years Younger In 10 Days 11.00 Trinny And Susanah

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 Spearman Experiment 8.30 NCIS 10.30 Ten News 11.15 The Late Show 12.00 Sex And The City 12.30 Home Shopping 2.30 Copeland

5.00 Weatherwatch 5.20 World Watch 7.15 Cycling: La Vuelta: Daily Updates 7.30 World Watch 12.25 Weatherwatch 12.35 World Watch 1.00 Movie: Destiny Has No Favourites (Peru): Monica Steuer 2.40 Hiyab 2.50 Booth Story 3.00 Corner Gas 3.30 Blaktrax

4.00 Wine Lovers' Guide 4.30 World Watch 5.00 Newshour 6.00 Global Village 6.30 World News 7.30 Insight 8.30 East West 101 9.30 World News 10.00 Hot Docs: 51 Birch Street 11.40 Movie: Purple Butterfly (China) 1.55 Weatherwatch

Wednesday 9th

ABC 1

4.30 SeaChange 5.30 The New Inventors 6.00 Children’s Programs 10.00 School Programs 11.00 Jamestown 12.00 Midday Report 12.30 National Press 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 United States Of Tara 10.00 At The Movies 10.30 Lateline

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 Junkyard Wars 7.20 Mr Bean 7.30 The Royal

Today: Property makeover dreams have serious consequences for a henpecked husband. 8.00 The ReInventors 8.30 Sin City Law 9.25 Family Brat Camp 10.15 Nazi Hate Rock 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: Stolen Youth 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 The Benny Hill Show 12.00 Win News

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: UK 9.30 Numb3rs 10.30 Ten News 11.00 Netball Test 2009: Australia v New Zealand 1.00 The Late Show 1.50 Video Hits 2.00 Home Shopping

5.00 Weatherwatch 5.20 World Watch 7.15 Cycling: La Vuelta: Daily Updates 7.30 World Watch 1.00 Movie: Ushpizin (Israel): Shuli Rand 2.40 Scripts Against Discriminations 2.50 One Fine Morning 3.00 Corner Gas 3.30 The Hairy Bikers 4.00 Real Top Guns 4.30 World Watch

5.00 Newshour 6.00 Global Village 6.30 World News 7.35 Inspector Rex 8.30 About Men 9.30 The Eagle: A Crime Odyssey 10.40 Cricket: One Day International 2.30 Cricket: One Day International: Highlights 3.00 Cricket: One Day International


Riverland �

Issue No. 91 - Thursday, September 3, 2009

www.riverlandweekly.com.au

13 teams Berri Netball Club teams gear up for...

■ CHAMPION: Renmark wakeboarder Ryleigh Pfitzner was part of the Australian team that won the overall teams category at the Wakeboarding World Championships in South Korea.

Pfitzner part of World Championship ■ WITH A CHANCE: Berri Netball Club’s A1 and A2 squads will be part of the club’s record 13 teams playing in grand finals this weekend.

SHOT AT HISTORY Photo: LES PEARSON

By LES PEARSON

HISTORY has already been made at the Berri Netball Club, irrespective of results this weekend, with the club represented in the grand final in all 13 of the Riverland Netball Association grades it has nominated for. Club president Mary Shan-

non is ecstatic with the way the season has panned out. “There’s certainly some history there, absolutely,” she said. Last night, the club had a photograph taken to recognise all of the history making milestone. Mrs Shannon said the club is out to break Renmark’s record of eight premierships in one season

set in 2003. Berri’s A1 and A2 grades have defeated its grand final opponents earlier this season, while the A3 and B2 grades are undefeated heading into the final. At junior level, the 15A and 15C1 teams also look good chances, undefeated this year. “There are some real hopeful

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chances with those undefeated teams, while we have some surprise packets there as well,” Mrs Shannon said. Mrs Shannon believes the club’s focus on junior development over the past few seasons has ultimately led to this season’s success. ■ Continued Page 18

By LES PEARSON RENMARK wakeboarding prodigy Ryleigh Pfitzner is a world champion after the Australian team took out the international title at Chuncheon, South Korea, last weekend. The Australian team knocked off teams from the United States and Italy to claim the title. Individually, Pfitzner finished an unlucky second in the junior men’s division, falling just two points short of his Japanese opponent following a fall on his final run. ■ Continued Page 18

Full Duthie Medal wrap Page 32

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