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SALT CHURCH GAWLER
10am and 5pm
Offices & Bookshop
Open: 9.30am - 4pm
Ph 8522 0000
GAWLER FULL GOSPEL
Family Worship Service,
Stone Pavilion, Sport and
Community Centre, Nixon
Pastor Shirley Coe
Ph 0401 065 748
8am Transfiguration Church
(Adelaide Rd, Gawler Sth)
10am St George’s Church
(26 Cowan St, Gawler)
5th Sunday of each month
Joint Service (TF/SG) 9am
plus Sunday School
Reverend P Davey
Ph 8522 2534
22nd St, Gawler
Services for Saturday
9.30am Bible Study
11am Church Service
Come and hear
an uplifting message.
For contact information
Phone 0403 324 555
ceremonies. All occasions.
baptism, naming, funeral,
renewal of vows. Brian
Tscharke B.Th. C.M.C.
0421 207 028.
“... do not look at the
shortcomings of anybody; see
with the sight of forgiveness.
The imperfect eye beholds
Phone 8523 3552
OF THE NAZARENE
442 Main North Rd,
Pastor Michael Schmidt
Phone 8523 5889
CELEBRANT for all your
special occasions. Helena
Dawkins. 0488 035 925.
Cnr Seventh and Second Sts,
Sunday Service times:
8.45am and 10.45am
1st Sunday of each month
Share-A-Meal every 1st and
3rd Wednesday at 11.45am
Pastor Anthony Price
Phone 8522 6000
22B Cowan St, Gawler
Sunday, September 21
8.45am Traditional Worship
celebrating Holy Communion
10.45am Family Service
Pastor Geoff Havelberg
Phone 8523 1929
BAILEY nee MARTIN –
Congratulations to Michael,
Stacey and Dustin on
the safe arrival of our
gorgeous second grandson,
September 5, 2014. Love
and best wishes from
Grandma and Grandpa
Sarah and Sam are proud
to announce the birth of
their gorgeous son,
on August 30, 2014,
A little brother for Bailey.
Sarah and Sam on the
safe arrival of your
beautiful baby boy,
Noah Samuel Irrgang.
Born on August 30, 2014.
A little brother for Bailey
and a second grandson for
proud Nanna and Poppa
(Kathy and Trevor). Love
NUSBAJTEL, Leon –
Passed away peacefully on
September 9, 2014.
Aged 87 years.
Beloved husband of
Loved and loving father
and father-in-law of
Andrew and Janet,
Karolina and Gary.
Cherished Pa of
Michael, Steven, Alex,
Daniel, Jason and Allie.
Seth, Zack, Levi and Ava.
You did your best
for all of us.
Not ever gone,
just moved on.
We will always
The family sincerely thanks
the staff of Eldercare,
Evanston Park, for their
love, care and support of
Leon’s funeral service will
be conducted in the Taylor
& Forgie Funeral Chapel
on THURSDAY, Septem-
ber 18, 2014 at 10am.
Following the funeral
ser vice, the cortège will
proceed to the Willaston
cemetery for the Committal.
TAYLOR & FORGIE
Accredited Member AFDA
Gawler 8522 1734
23/7/1948 – 17/9/2013
One year has passed
since that sad day. Every
day, in some small way,
we miss you more than
words can say. In our hearts
you will always stay, loved
and remembered every
day. Love you long time.
Damian, Amanda, Connor
KING nee CURRIE –
Alan and Elizabeth
Happy 50th Wedding
19/9/1964 at Willaston
Colleen Mary – 19/9/2009
The years may pass but the
love and memories still fill
our hearts. Loved sister and
Aunty of Janice, Zenon and
THE SALVATION ARMY
Immanuel Lutheran School,
Lyndoch Road, Gawler East.
Sunday Service 10am.
8523 4844; 0457 600 061.
STARplex: Monday Junior under 12 division one-
Barossa 38 d Sandy Creek 26, All Stars 24 d Silver
Under 12 division two A- Lyndoch Wolves 27
d Trinity Triumph 12, United Stars 24 d Barossa
Bulldogs Red 3.
Division two B- Rockstars 28 d Trinity Magic 5,
Trinity Wild Lions 30 d Barossa Bulldogs Blue 14.
Under 14 division one- Barossa 42 d Celtics 22,
CCS Flight 31 d All Stars 22.
Division two- Heat 38 d Barossa Bulldogs 9,
Raptorz 32 d And 1 All Stars 21, Trinity Gawler River
36 d Trinity Blue 32.
Under 16- Mavericks 35 d T-Legends 27, CCS
Thunder 37 d The Crusaders 28.
Monday men- AP Tigers 76 d Shakers 40, Run &
Gun 78 d Phils Team 53, Rattlers 32 d Hurricanes
29, Wolverines 50 d Swamp Dawgs 49, Cunning
Stunts 49 d M&Ms 46, Shooting Bricks 35 d Turbos
29, Orlago Bujic drew Beard of Chuck.
Tuesday daytime ladies- Phantoms 44 d Blue
Birds 24, Flukes 75 d Kaos 40, Flamin Flamingos 49
d Rhondavues 26.
Tuesday juniors under eights- Lyndoch Wolves
Black 38 d Junior CC Stars 0, Warriors 11 d Dragon
Jets 8, Lyndoch Wolves Gold 50 d Trinity Tigers 0,
Red Devils 18 d Trinity Thunder 4, Roar 22 d Trinity
Scorpions 8, Gold Stars 20 d Sandy Creek 0.
Under 10s- Trinity Lions 20 d Hawks 4, Trinity
Titans 14 d Lyndoch Wovles 12, Trinity Jets 16 d
Williamstown 11, Sandy Creek 6 d Barossa 6, CC
Stars 11 d Flight Team 7.
Tuesday night men’s- Muffin Stuffers 69 d Mighty
Ducks 59, Uncle Drew 54 d TZK 44, Cream 48 d X-
Men 35, Roseworthy 37 d Panthers 21, Red Lions
42 d Vaders 36, Gang Green 38 d Wolves 35, Team
Rocket 66 d Donkeys 51, Google It 44 d North Side
Flyerz 25, Purple Haze 62 d Black Hawke 34.
Wednesday evening ladies- T-Birds 34 d
Brooker 31, Wells Girls 41 d Roseworthy Black 37,
Roseworthy White 38 d Tangos 26.
Thursday night mixed- Ultim8s 81 d Its Only
Social 34, Going Deep 47 d Family Feud 26,
Beamers 57 d Fruit Hoops 2 54, Steelers 44 d Black
Magic 43, Comets 61 d Inkhub 47.
MeNS- Barflyz 8 d Dart Sydrome 7, Wooden Spoons
10 d Spot On 5, enigmas 10 d Wanderers 5.
180- D. Mitchell.
HPO 118- J. Iredale.
180- A. Totolas.
5 pegs- S. Thomas.
HPO 91- B. Pryde.
BARoSSA VAlley Golf CluB: Saturday
stableford- A grade- B. Perry 40, P. McCarthy 36.
B grade- T. Wall 40, D. Trinne 37.
C grade- M. Perks 38, D. Thuen 37.
Thursday stableford- R . Lambert 37, A.
Tuesday’s Stableford results: A grade- T. Ross 16.
B grade- B. Both. Ball winners- M. MacGillivray 35, P.
Homburg 35, P. May 35.
Tuesday ladies’ stableford A grade winner- T.
B grade winner- B. Both 35.
KApundA: Tuesday September 9 results- R. Jones
38 points, G. Maynard, J. Menzel.
Thursday, September 4 results: B. Lee 35 points
on c/b, J. Semmler 35, T. Scheer 35.
Saturday, September 6 results: Overall- J. Hughes
69/63. A grade- J . Mosey 69, J. Shephard 72, B.
Pearce 73. B grade- L. Bagshaw 70, I. Watson 73,
B. James 73. C grade- M. Martin 72, D. Trotta 73, J.
Menzel 74. Ladies- J. Venhoek 66, C. Molloy 69.
MounT pleASAnT & diSTRiCT: Saturday
stableford- e. Bishop 39. D. Swann 35, S. Sullivan
34, R. Haarem 34, J. Richards 34, S. Tregenza 31.
Ladies’ par – K. Franklin -1, D. Watkins -3, H. Bulis
TAnundA pineS: Monday SVGA results: A
grade- R . Thompson (Waikerie) 36, B. Fowle
(Mawson Lakes) 35, R. elliot (Highercombe) 35,
T. Pipicella (Gawler) 33, J. Thornhill (Tea Tree
Gully) 32, P. Robinson (Gawler) 32, D. Batterbury
(Coomealla) 32, J. Ball (Two Wells) 32, G. Hewitson
(Highercombe) 31, L. Grafton (Two Wells) 31, D.
Giglio (Penfield) 31. B grade- C. Noack (Gawler)
36, e. Manning (Hamley Bridge) 35, I. Smith (Two
Wells) 34, P. Von der Borch (Barossa Valley) 33, B.
Portlock (Gawler) 32, R. Wallace (Tanunda Pines) 32,
D. Trickett (Balaklava) 31, J. Curnow (Balaklava) 31,
R. Twitchen (Penfield) 30, M. Marcus (Penfield) 30.
C grade- B. Kilmier (Gawler) 42, P. Flatman (Mount
Pleasant) 41, D. Dorsett (Mount Pleasant) 40, K.
Bubner (Islington Works) 40, e. Filmer (Barossa
Valley) 37, B. Sims (Tanunda Pines) 36, R. Heinze
(Hamley Bridge) 33, P. Jones (Penfield) 33, J. Raynor
(Barossa Valley) 33, J. Bowman (Coomealla) 31, K.
Douglas (Penfield) 30.
Saturday stableford club championship second
qualifying round: individual GA net A grade - C.
Coleman 41, J. Farley 36, G. Krueger 35, J. Agar 35,
J. Phillips 35, S. Fechner 33, P. Denley 33, T. Jenkins
32, B. Veevers 32, N. Giles 32, W. Bailey 31, B. Grocke
30, F. McKinley 30, S. Blackwell 29, B. Hage 28, G.
Bethune 27, M. eaton 26, J. Blechynden 24, J. Cullen
23, P. Stacey 21.
B grade- P. Sumner 40, N. O’Brien 38, K. Goers 33,
P. Sellar 32, T. Marshall 31, R. McDevitt 31, R. Casey
29, S. escritt 27, K. Owen 26, M. Bahnisch 26, T.
Saegenschnitter 25, A. Coutie 24, P. Lithgow 24, R.
Malone 23, D. Lane 23, G. Lamshed 22.
C grade- J . Hoffmann 37, R. Humphris 33, T.
Schmaal 32, J. Gooden 31, F. Contestabile 31, B.
Burns 31, N. Harris 31, G. Thomson 31, D. Forrest 30,
C. Mullett 30.
Individual GA scratch A grade- C. Coleman 40, J.
Phillips 28, P. Denley 27, S. Fechner 26, B. Grocke 26.
B grade- P. Sumner 23, N. O’Brien 22, K. Goers 21,
T. Marshall 18, R. McDevitt 18.
C grade- J. Hoffmann 19, J. Gooden 14, R.
Homburg 13, B. Burns 13, F. Contestabile 13.
STARplex: Monday ladies’ div one and two- Trinity
Old Scholars 32 d Jelly Butts 20, Wild Turkeys 32 d
Mauve It 28, Divas 33 d Jokers 21.
Division three- Ladybirds 31 d Fruit Tingles 28,
Roseworthy Vetballers 31 d Laurlis Team 15, TOSNC
22 drew Roseworthy Ultimate Netballers 22, THeM
30 d Benchwarmers 23, All Saints 21 d Pretzel
Tuesday evening mixed- Falcons 17 d Golden
Vipers 14, Ashleys Angels 25 d Vipers 22, Pink Paws
Some Lose Some 16.
Wednesday evening ladies- Girl power 21 d
Accidents Happen 17, Fruit Loops d Just Us, TOSNC
25 d Wild Cats 19, Hot Stuff 42 d St George’s 23,
Wild Turkeys 39 d escapees 26, Lollipops 39 d
Family Affairs 10, TV Snacks 34 d Roses & Thorns 14.
Wednesday evening mixed - Ball Huggers 22
d Team D 11, Denton + 6 d Jekylls Angels, The
Rejuvenated Rebels 28 d Incomplete 9, United
Tigers 35 d Interceptacons 22, Michaels + 5 31 d
No Idea 9.
Friday ladies’ daytime- Lady Birds 31 d Pink
Ladies 11, Brookers 45 d All Blakz 12, Mummas 39 d
Can’t Decide 28, Wasleys 46 d Dribs & Drabs 14.
SUNDAy results- G. Head/J. Rex/L. Randall 13 d P.
Moreland/A. Collinson/B. Saunders 9; S. Wilson/
J. Gejas 13 d J. Ingram/L. Roud 1; L. Randall/L.
Roud 13 d A. Collinson/S. Wilson 6; P. Moreland/B.
Saunders 13 d J. Gejas/J. Rex 10.
BARoSSA VAlley: Bookaloo race point- G .
Rayment 1408.958, L. Rayment 1328.725, T. Burdon
Coleambally race point- A.F. Browd 932.981.
KApundA: Hanson trophy 600 yards
Target rifle (max 100.20)- A. Helbig 50.03, 47.03,
97.06, 4.25, 70.59, 17.00, J. Allen 49.04, 47.04, 96.08,
4.00, 100.00, 19.03, J. Hoerisch 47.03, 49.04, 96.07,
3.00, 18.00, D. Pumpa 45.00, 49.05, 94.05, 7.25,
82.76, 16.00, D. Lindner 46.03, 47.03, 93.06, 7.25,
96.55, 16.00, G. Davies 43.00, 41.03, 84.03, 12.50,
17.00, L. Mullins 38.00, 44.02, 82.02, 20.00, 90.00,
8.00, A. Mallinson 42.00.
F standard (max 120.20)- J. Taylor 56.01, 56.01,
112.02, 3.75, 20.00, T. Andrews 50.00, 56.02, 106.02,
10.00, 19.00, S. Wuttke 53.00, 52.00, 105.00, 8.50,
17.00, A. Foden 51.01, 52.03, 103.04, 6.00, DNR,
17.00, S. Smithson 48.00, 55.03, 103.03, 6.25, 18.00,
A. Small 52.00, 50.00, 102.00, 10.25, 17.00, M .
McGrice 34.01, 58.05, 92.06, 19.01, C. Helbig 44.01,
40.00, 84.01, 14.00, 13.00, A. Mallinson 51.00.
F Open (max 120.20)- T. Otto 58.05, 58.02,
DIVISION one round five- Good One 2-8-176 d Has
Beans 2-7-182 (V. Trotta 3 d T. Talbot 0, T. Waters 2 l
Pomeroy 3), Pawz 2-8-186 d Half Baked 2-6-134 (A.
Birchard by default, P. Leadbeater 0 l D. Maher 3, D.
Preuss 3 d J. Nagel 0, C. Zadow 2 l A. Pomeroy 3),
Rose ‘N’Thorn 2-9-216 d Hobbits 2-8-192 (M. Rosiak
by default, A. Blackwell 1 l G. Alderslade 3, C. Beer 2
l G. Hobbs 3, S. Rohrlach 3 d B. Conway 2).
Division two round five- Ctrl-Alt-Del 3-11 -215
d Firefox 1-4-173 (G. Nitschke 3 d R. Lieschke 0, S.
Cook 3 d D. Molineux 0, K. Jermey 2 l T. Kroehn 3,
S. 3 Barr d J. O’Callaghan 1), Floppy Discs 3-9-165
d MSDOS 1-3-120 (I. Mason 3 d S. O’Loughlin 0, M.
Witcomb 3 d A. Smith 0, A. Bryce 0 l W. Marschall 3,
D. Fusco 3 d T. Wells-Sidler 0), Googlers 3-10-198 d
Wifis 1-6-176 (Q. Burke 3 d S. Wendt 2, P. Gerhardy 1
l P. Lediaev 3, J. Markey 3 d M. Hines 1, D. Wisbey 3
d O. Keane 0), Terabytes 2-9-218 d Trojans 2-8-214
(A. Cunningham 2 l P Larsen 3, A. Grundel 3 d R.
GAwleR & diSTRiCT: Semi-final results- A grade-
first semi-final- Lyndoch Gold 9-31 (A. Carmody, R.
Bell, G. Rudnick, G. Carmichael) d Wasleys 5-20 (R.
Buckby, H. Szulc, T. Lee, L. Bubner).
Second Semi-Final- Toecutters 8-28 (G. Jenkins,
B. McLean, J. McLean, T. Nicholls) d Lyndoch Green
6-22 (K. Jermey, D. Holliday, D. Lindner, J. Koch).
B grade- first semi-final- Kangaroo Flat 10-33 (S.
Wedding, J. Biggins, R. Buber, R. Haaren) d Lutheran
4-20 (K. Krieg, C. Woithe, D. Korber, J. Korber).
Second semi-final- New Gens 9-32 (T. Wall, H.
Harvey, B. Wall, S. Berry) d Gawler South 5-21 (M.
Menadue, S. Robinson, B. Pascoe, K. Hardwick).
C grade top four semi-final- Lyndoch Legends 6-
20 (C. Carmody, S. Carmody, A. Allison, A. Newton)
d Blood Or Nothing 5-20 (K. Wright, R. Modra, M.
Second Semi-Final- Kangaroo Flat White 6-21 (A.
Shaw, H. Bubner, M. Malycha) d Kangaroo Flat Gold
5-17 (R. Chenoweth, D. Hutson, N. Chenoweth).
C grade bottom four first semi-final- GT
Smashers 7-24 (A. Miller, N. Camilleri, R. Blewett, H.
Walsh) d Shockwaves 4-17 (J. Vanicky, M. Brunato,
Second semi-final- Kangaroo Flat Green 7-21 (K.
Roe, M. Mander, L. Collins, J. Tucker) d easy Riders
(G. O’Keefe, T. Sommerville, B. Mortimer).
plAyfoRd: Playford invitational night results-
Mawson Lakes 5/150 d Nuriootpa 0/87 (S. Adams/
R. Oster 30 d D. Sharman/N. Pope 22; Adams 30
d Sharman 24; Oster 30 d Pope 22; Oster 30 d
Sharman 11; Adams 30 d Pope 8), elizabeth 3/139
d Playford 2/133 (L. Pinnock/L. Forgione 30 d M.
Faye/C. Perry 26; Pinnock 23 l Faye 30; Forgione
30 d Perry 22; Pinnock 30 d Perry 25; Forgione 26
l Faye 30), The Grove 5/150 d Trinity 0/60 (C. Toft/L.
Parikh 30 d S. Moore/A. Stone 15; Toft 30 d Moore
12; Parikh 30 d Stone 5; Toft 30 d Stone 0; Parikh 30
d Saul Moore 28).
fooTBAll: A magnificent day greeted the
Tanunda under 15 lads as they made their way
to Willaston for a do-or-die preliminary final
against Barossa District.
The young Pies have really come together as
a proud group this season with a ‘one for all, all
for one’ mentality showing during a great week
The week off and the occasion seemed to
have the lads a little unsure of their usual con-
fidence, with some uncharacteristic errors lead-
ing to the Bulldogs getting three goals in the
However, not to be perturbed, the coaches
and large contingent of supporters continued
to get around the lads as they got to work and
drew back to level terms with the young Dogs.
Keeping the opposition goal-less after quar-
ter-time and scoring goals in three quarters
shows the young Magpies have the run in their
legs and the game plan to sustain and succeed.
But with this great result, a nine-point win, the
job is not finished.
Playing a grand final is a wonderful achieve -
ment, playing a grand final on your home
ground a great opportunity, but to take on the
benchmark in the competition and succeed will
be magnificent. To the whole group involved
with the under 15s, the season has had its dif-
ficulties, injuries, a large list and management
hassles, but without a full team effort and total
commitment these great results are not pos-
Tanunda is anticipating a busy week, with the
clubrooms to be open Thursday night for tea.
The club will be working all day Friday at the
ground to ensure all is ready for Saturday, any
available hands will be appreciated.
On Saturday, a helpers’ breakfast at 6.30am
will be a good start to the day.
Onward and upwards for the Tanunda Foot-
ball Club, the future of our club plays on Satur-
day and the club as a whole is on show for the
region to take note of.
BowlS: Several years of planning and input
from dedicated members has finally reached
its conclusion, with president Peter March
welcoming more than 100 people to the Mallala
Bowling Club’s opening of the new synthetic B
green and pennants bowling season.
John Curnow was presented with an 80-year
badge by region eight chair and regional coun-
cillor David Lamond.
John is a life member, former club and associ-
ation president, multiple club champion, house
manager and greenskeeper – a valuable contri-
bution to the club spanning more than 50 years.
The official opening of the B green by Bowls
Australia regional manager for Northern and
Western South Australia Richard Law then took
place and the first jack was bowled by Bev
The first bowl was skilfully sent down by Mal-
Members and visitors took to both greens
with 20 teams of four playing two games of 10
The afternoon’s winners were Ian Goodrich,
Alf Skuse and Jan Telfer, skippered by Greg Bur-
Runners-up were Andre Reinders, Ray earl,
Marg Slater and skipper Roger McQuire.
The Mallala ladies presented everyone with
their usual banquet and Peter March then pre-
sented both Malcolm Dunstan and Gresham
ebbs with certificates of appreciation for their
valued contributions to the club over many
Golf: The centenary presentation dinner saw
members John and Helen Bell honoured for
their commitment to the Hamley Bridge Golf
Helen was presented with the Patron’s Trophy
for 2014, an award which is decided, donated
and presented by the long-time club patron Ian
The ladies’ club captain, Helen also assists
with catering for club functions and serves on
the management committee.
John, who performs numerous duties, was
presented with a life membership for his out-
Speakers Dean Branson and Ian Rohde out-
lined some of the history of the club, while Bill
Klaeby from Golf SA presented club president
John Mitchell with a plaque to commemorate
Trophies were presented to John Mitchell
(club champion), Bradley Zerna (runner-up),
Bob Hinderwell (B grade champion), Wim Van
Pelt (runner-up), George Dahlitz (C grade cham-
pion and veterans winner), Ron Smith (C grade
runner-up), Roger Hahn (match cup winner),
Kieth Kluske (runner-up) and Anton Noack (vet-
As part of the centenary celebrations, the club
is offering free golf and a free sausage-sizzle on
every Sunday in October, starting at 10am.
Last Saturday, a stableford competition was
played for the captain’s trophy, which was won
by errol Branson, with 42 points, from John Bell
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