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SALT CHURCH GAWLER
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Open: 9.30am - 4pm
Phone 8522 0000
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
Phone 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
"...O my Lord...
grant me Thy pardon and...
have mercy upon me."
Phone 8523 3552
OF THE NAZARENE
442 Main North Rd,
Pastor Michael Schmidt
Phone 8523 5889
THE SALVATION ARMY
Immanuel Lutheran School,
Lyndoch Road, Gawler East.
Sunday Service 10am.
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Sunday Service times:
8.45am and 10.45am
1st Sunday of each month
Pastor Anthony Price
Phone 8522 6000
22B Cowan St, Gawler
Sunday, January 25
8.45am Morning Praise
10.45am Family Worship
Pastor Geoff Havelberg
Phone 8523 1929
• BIRTHS • DEATHS
• MARRIAGES • THANKS
To place your personal
notice, please phone
We would like to sincerely
thank the many businesses
and people of Gawler and
surrounding districts for
their kind words and gifts
following our recent family
tragedy. A special thank you
to our friends in Selway
Place. The support has
been overwhelming and we
cannot put into words our
gratitude and appreciation
for this spontaneous
community support which
are very much appreciated.
Russell, Patric, Kieran
Elaine Dorothy --
Brett, Sandy, Robin and
families wish to sincerely
thank family and friends
for cards, phone calls and
flowers after the sad pass-
ing of Elaine (Mum). She
will be deeply missed and
fondly remembered by all.
Special thanks to Higher-
combe Aged Care Facility
for their loving care of her
over the past two years,
and to those who gave
generous donations to her
recognised charity, Vision
Australia. The best of us
will always be reflected in
her eyes. Please accept this
as our personal thanks.
GORDON, Geoff --
The entire Trinity College
community extends its
heartfelt sympathy to Joan
and the family on Geoff 's
passing. Geoff is an icon
of Trinity College with
dedicated service and sup-
port for the College over its
whole history; more than
30 years. His passion for
education and unwavering
faith serve as an inspira-
tion to us all. Geoff will be
LANGMAN (nee Chit-
tleborough), Janet Fay --
Loved and cherished sister
and sister-in-law to Mecia
and Kevin. Aunty to Jes-
sica and Michael, Jennifer
and Kane, Dennis and Mi-
chelle. Great-Aunty to Pey-
ton. Gone too soon, never
forgotten. The struggle is
over. Reunited with mum
and dad forever. Our deep-
est sympathies to Neil and
family. Love, Mecia, Kevin
GORDON, Geoff --
Died January 15, 2015.
Aged 78 years.
Loving husband of Joan.
Loved father and
Teresa and Jeff,
Helen and Kevin,
Jo-anne, and Alistair.
Much loved Grandpa of
Loved Grandpa and
Jordan, Lachlan, James,
Olivia and Amelia.
Will be greatly missed.
Geoff's funeral ser-
vice will be conducted
ENTIRELY in the St
George Anglican Church,
Cowan Street, Gawler, on
SATURDAY, January 24,
2015 at 11am.
In lieu of floral tributes
a donation in memory
of Geoff to The Motor
Neurone Disease Associa-
tion of SA Inc would be ap-
preciated and may be made
at the service.
TAYLOR & FORGIE
Accredited Member AFDA
Gawler 8522 1734
BOWLING: Twenty-eight clubs representing a
wide area of South Australia participated in the
annual men's 4s from as far as Renmark, Victor
Harbor, Yorketown, Port Pirie and Clare.
Additionally, metropolitan teams from Sturt
and Clearview and two teams from Brighton
joined teams from the local area.
Players, sponsors and guests were treated to
a delicious two-course meal catered for by club
The winning team for the day was Gawler
Bowling Club, comprising Bob Hnatyszyn, Kym
Reynolds, Don Mackerith and John Hill.
GOLF: Twenty-nine players competed in
Thursday's stableford competition, which was
won by our fearless captain Colin Doudle with a
magnificent 45 points from Roen Cameron (41)
and Noel Stringer (40).
Other prizewinners were Barry Schwartz (39),
Anton Noack, Brian Cooper (36) and Wim Van Pelt
on a countback from George Dahlitz (35).
Others to make the better half were Roland
Pawlak, Lance Hatcher, Bob Charman (34), Doug
Cooper, Bob Hinderwell, John Riley and Warren
Birdies: Noel Stringer (14th), Barry Schwartz
Nearest to the pin: Barry Schwartz (4th and
ninth), Noel Stringer (14th).
Saturday's stableford attracted only 16 players,
with Rex Mortimer 'putting on a show', scoring
a massive 46 points to win the day from John
Mitchell (43), Max Grasby (40) and Roen Cameron
(37) all being prizewinners.
While others to make the better half were
Wally Jackson, George Dahlitz, Dennis Nation,
Barry Schwartz (34), Ron Collins and new weather
forecaster Wim Van Pelt (33).
Nearest to the pin: Barry Schwartz (fourth), John
Mitchell (ninth), Anton Noack (14th).
John Mitchell managed to keep all the birdies
to himself (first, second, third, ninth and 18th).
TRINITY: The last time we saw Meatloaf he was
bad, but he has got at least one thing right --
two out of three ain't bad, as Trinity College Old
Scholars Cricket Club found out on the weekend.
We had wins in two out of three grades, with
the highlight being the A grade's close-fought
win over Sacred Heart.
In pursuit of SHOC's 134, Trinity was cruising
towards the total with three men down but a
collapse saw the run chase come down to a last-
wicket thriller, with skipper Tim Viner-Smith (30
not out) donning the super hero cape to see his
With about 12 runs left to win, TVS was joined at
the crease by Stef Lainas, probably the best man
for the job in the circumstances, and managed
the chase with ultra efficiency.
With little fuss and laughing off the vocals from
the opposition, Stef held his end up, allowing the
skipper to slam a boundary over extra cover for
four and avoid a SHOC loss.
Earlier in the innings, Eythan Barraclough
gambled his way to 51.
On the bowling side of things SHOC was 1/86
before losing three wickets in five balls.
Jace O'Hara gave us a bit extra (and got under
the opposition's skin) with 2/10, while Brad
Schaper (three wickets) and Lainas (four) also got
In the B grade, the boys had sausage fingers
as they dropped eight chances on their way to
Defending 143, it was Ben Johnson who came
to the rescue with a six-wicket haul as Grange
batted their way to 131 -- a little too close for
comfort given the control of the game the
bowlers had asserted.
Earlier Nathan Kennedy made a good start with
30, before the boys lost four for zero.
Adrian Zorich (41) steadied the ship with Brad
Cameron and took the team to a respectable
As the game tightened up in the Grange innings
it was 'Johnno' who proved the hero, eventually
dismissing their top run-scorer for 61, paving the
way for a collapse.
The C grade copped a flogging. After dismissing
us for 105, Pooraka smashed its way to a seven-
wicket win on a postage-stamp-sized oval.
Top scorers for us were S. Undries (41), Tyler Lee
(28) and Ryan Roberts (17).
Given the late arrival status of some of our
players across the grades, the club may have to
start fining players for tardy appearance.
Who turned up an hour late this week? Over to
you to chase this one up, Mitch Dearing.
On Saturday, the A grade travels away to
Fulham, the Bushrangers face the same club at
Gawler River (much to their delight), while the C
grade hosts Unley at Waldeck.
GOLF: A large field of 81 players entered the
president, Mark Pettigrew 's, 4BBB stableford
round last Saturday.
Sixteen fillies pulled on the spikes.
The score to beat was set very early in the day
and, despite some reasonably close challenges,
Tony Stephens and Teo Symons held on with their
combined 51 points, sufficient to win the day.
I'm not sure what inspired Tony, but his
individual score of 42 points was his best for as
long as he can remember.
Three pairings finished up three points behind
with Arch/Sires, Lindeblad/Scheer and Clarke/
Menzel all ending up with a very good score of
Saddleworth visitors Coupar/Benger, Mosey/
Thomas (James/Bradley) and Morrison/Alexander
all ended up with 47 points.
Another fantastic individual effort was recorded
by Mick Orvad with 43 points and two under the
Ian Clarke also had 24 points on the front nine
before faltering a little on the way home to finish
with 41 points.
Tom Ryan and Pete Morrison both recorded
42 points and Coupar, Scheer, Lindeblad and
Hennessy all also ended up with 41.
Of the ladies, Kelly Lange, Vicki Wilson and Jan
Owen all bettered their handicaps.
The Thursday competition attracted 22 players,
with newcomer Karl Uffelmann recording an
excellent score of 42 points.
Greg Jones had 41 and Chris Box 40.
Wednesday's twilight competition recorded the
largest field for the season with 38 players.
Speedster Kip Dunstan won the night with 22
Other winners of categories were Damien
Burgess 20 (golfers), Jason 'Buckets' Mackenzie 21
(non-golfers) and Trish Sweet 19 (ladies).
This Saturday, members will be battling it out in
a par competition.
Weather permitting, another large field will be
out enjoying the fun and frivolity.
Country tennis carnival
THE Barossa & Gawler Combined Tennis
Association had a successful time at the recent
South Australian Country Carnival, finishing
first overall in three separate divisions.
Held at Memorial Drive in Adelaide from
January 10 to 14, Barossa & Gawler competed
against opponents from right across the state
including Mount Gambier and Districts, Tatiara
District, Lower Murray, Central Yorke Peninsula,
Great Flinders, the Adelaide Hills, Port Augusta
The association fielded two teams in men's
division two, placing first and second from four
other teams, while the division one mixed side
narrowly finished top.
The 10-and-under boys also finished atop
the ladder, despite a close finish.
Gawler & District Tennis Association
president Rick Bailey was encouraged by the
results, particularly that of the junior teams.
"Our strategy over the past couple of years
has been to focus on developing our 10-and-
under juniors as part of Tennis Australia's 'Hot
Shots' program," Mr Bailey said.
"The fact that we won this is a reflection that
the strategy is working for us."
In other notable results, Barossa & Gawler
placed third in the 12-and-under boys' division
one, fourth in the 14-and-under boys, and third
in the 12-and-under girls' division one.
Ten-and-under overall winners were young Barossa & Gawler tennis players Jayden
Bloom eld, Hudson Nicolai, William Schmidt and Felix Stokoe, who lost only two sets
for the entire country carnival.
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