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SALT CHURCH GAWLER
10am and 5pm
Office Open: 9.30am - 4pm
Walk-in Robe Op Shop
Open: Tuesday - Thursday,
9.30am - 3pm
Phone 8522 0000
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
“Be ye sincerely kind, not in
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.
8523 4844; 0457 600 061
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
Cnr Seventh and Second Sts,
Sunday Service times:
8.45am and 10.45am
1st Sunday of each month:
Pastor Anthony Price
Phone 8522 6000
22B Cowan St, Gawler
Sunday, July 5
8.45am Traditional Worship
celebrating Holy Communion
10.45am Family Worship
Pastor Geoff Havelberg
Phone 8523 1929
ceremonies. All occasions.
baptism, naming, funeral,
renewal of vows. Brian
Tscharke B.Th. C.M.C.
0421 207 028.
Congratulations and love
from family and friends
on reaching this great
milestone of life, 70 years
of which spent living at
Jean is still in good
health living with her
Bruce Neil –
Passed away peacefully on
June 26, 2015.
Aged 87 years.
Beloved husband of Meg.
Loved father of
Robyne, Peter and Scott.
Caring father-in-law of
Glenis and Louise.
and Grumbles of
Kahlia, Sarah, Hayden and
Our rock and protector,
an astute, friendly, humble
man who will
be missed forever.
Sincere thanks to Estia
Health Craigmore for
your kind attention to our
In lieu of floral tributes to
the family, a donation to
Novita Children’s Services
in Bruce’s memory would
be appreciated and may
be made direct to PO Box
2438, Regency Park SA
A private family service
will be conducted.
TAYLOR & FORGIE
Gawler 8522 1734
Lawrie Craig “Craig” –
Valma and family sincerely
thank the many dear friends
for their cards and words of
sympathy on the passing of
Craig on June 12, 2015.
Sincere thanks for all the
compassionate care by
Gawler Health staff and the
flowers, meals and messages
of condolences following
the recent death of Kath.
Sue, Kevin and family.
The Relatives and friends
of the late Warwick Trevor
Wheaton are advised that
his Cremation service
will be held in its EN-
TIRETY at the Broughton
Uniting Church, Harvey
Street and Edmond Street,
Port Broughton on Friday,
July 3, at 11am.
In lieu of flowers
donations can be made to
Cancer Council, envelopes
will be available at the
AFDA PORT PIRIE
Dennis Albert –
27/3/1936 - 18/6/2015
Dennis’ Funeral Service
will be conducted
ENTIRELY in the Taylor
& Forgie Funeral Chapel,
15 Cowan Street, Gawler,
on Wednesday, July 8, 2015
TAYLOR & FORGIE
Gawler 8522 1734
Warwick Trevor –
8/5/1933 - 27/6/2015
Of Port Broughton
(Formerly of Victor
Harbor and Gawler)
Passed away in the Port
Dearly loved husband of
the late Helen.
Loved father and
Gary and Sue Wheaton,
Janine and David
Jennie and Andrew
Treasured Grandpa of
Mitchell, Tamara, Alastair,
Holly and Archer;
Bradley, Alana, Lydia (dec)
Peter, Ella and Elizabeth.
A loved and respected
Forever in our hearts.
Special thanks to the caring
staff of the Port Broughton
Robert (Bobby) –
Passed away peacefully at
Trevu Nursing Home on
June 29, 2015.
Aged 87 years.
A wonderful man who
lived life to the full, now at
rest with Muriel (Moo).
Already missed by his
children Janet, Colin,
Susan, Cheryl, Tanya and
Loved Grandpa Bob
to his adored 12
grandchildren and 17
One of Gawler’s true
characters who touched the
hearts of many.
The Advertiser for
Iris Pauline –
Stan and family wish to
thank all their friends for
the expressions of sympa-
thy received following the
sad loss of Iris.
A special thank you to the
staff at Southern Cross, Bel-
levue Court for their tender
care of Iris.
eg For Sale, Garage Sales etc
All Classifieds to
be pre paid prior to
Phone 8522 1233
Fax 8522 4100
Netball: The senior ones’ inconsistent quarters cost them
but with persistence they got over the line.
Brooke Edson was a massive part of the five -goal win.
It was an impressive display of patience, determination
and confidence from the senior twos in their 15-goal win.
Emma Schilling was the team’s award winner.
The senior threes pulled together to finish the last quarter
strong, especially Jane Wilksch.
The senior fours had a very competitive first half followed
by great pressure in the third quarter for the girls to finish
the game strong with a three -goal win.
Ella Laucke earned the award.
The senior fives had a slow start but played an excellent
defensive game in the last three quarters.
Nerida Allert was the award winner but an honourable
mention must go to Linda Morgan in her last game.
The senior sixes played brillant netball on Saturday, espe-
cially Sunny Tucker.
It was not the senior seven’s best game but they were
happy with the win.
The award recipient was Sonya Day.
The intermediate ones’ inconsistency let them down but
they still got the win.
Zoe Healy got the award.
The intermediate twos played an awesome game, espe-
cially Bethany Lennon.
The junior ones’ versatility shone through on Saturday
with the defensive pressure a real highlight to the solid win.
Hana Pitman was the award winner.
The junior twos played a great game, particularly Matilda
The sub junior ones’ general play was fantastic with
Melody Klingner and Emma Hartigan picking up the awards.
Despite finishing in a draw, the sub junior twos were
happy with their final quarter.
Paige Pitman won the incentive.
It was a great win from the sub junior threes who had
some great passages of play, assisted by Bonnie Graetz.
It was a fantastic team effort from the primary ones,
topped off with some great games.
Olive Allert was the incentive recipient, with Mia McKee
picking up the coach’s award.
The primary twos had a great game, especially Meg Wood.
The netta ones played an excellent game with great lead-
ing and passing, accurate shooting and very tight defence.
Ayla Loan and Macaylee Verhees shared the club award
The netta twos played very well; Riley Swan’s intercepts
Football: The under nines started the weekend’s football
on Saturday morning at the Nuriootpa ice-skating rink – well,
it looked that way.
The Black team award winners were Liam McCormack,
Ryan Menz, Liam Rowland, Cameron Vardy, Zander Walton
and Shyla Tucker.
The under nine Gold side also played Nuriootpa with
the awards to Jett Poulish, Oliver Heberle, Ethan Demarchi,
Connor Assender and Ludorve T ’Ligi.
The under 11 Blacks defeated Nuriootpa, with the awards
to Thomas Allen, Connor Holland, Cody Postill, Tyson East,
and Hudson Vivian.
The Gold side also defeated Nuriootpa, with the awards
to Elijah McDonald, Connor O’Donnell, Connor Guinan, Evan
Brown and Zac Leeflang.
The under 13s had another good game against Nuriootpa,
winning by 21.
Nuriootpa got to within nine points but the boys held on
for a good win.
The award winners were Tom Chamberlain, Jack Nicholls,
Shannon Willis and Cale McDonnell.
After putting the first score on the board, the under 15s
were never in the game after that.
The best players were Brad Pilkington again, Josh Denton
and Daniel Pratt.
A good hard match saw the under 17s draw away in the
second half to have a good win, with Blayke Lane, Jamie
Wegener and Kyle Giniotis best players.
The reserves had another good win, keeping their unbeat-
en run, with the best players being Josh Edwards, Hayden
Schloithe and Todd Lamont.
The A grade started well, but after quarter-time were
never in the game. We were beaten by a class act but we are
well down on players at the moment.
The best players were Jake Asher, Luke Edwards and Matt
Phillips with Tom Dunne and Andrew Wright kicking two
Our trainers will be very busy for the next few weeks try-
ing to repair a lot of injured players for the back half of the
season and, with several more injuries on Saturday, they
might need a magic wand.
All sides have a day off this weekend with the statewide
Football: The Magpies welcomed Barossa District to a
very cold and frosty Tanunda on Saturday morning, with the
under 13s charged with the task of kicking off the ice.
Although the A-grade Magpies got the win they were
after, it wasn’t without a scare.
While wayward kicking kept Barossa in the game in the
first half, the match turned into a scrap and, despite Barossa
having most of the play in the final term, the boys held them
off to record a four-point win.
Leigh Westhoff was prolific on the wing, especially in the
first half providing numerous forward thrusts, before he
went down with an ankle injury late.
Ben Britton did plenty of grunt work both in the ruck and
up forward, Matt Underwood was a real focal point up for-
ward, booting five majors, while Ethan Moore played a solid
game shutting Barossa’s best midfielder out of the game.
Tanunda B grade expected a tough match against a third-
placed Doggies outfit, with injuries and unavailable players
coming out late the job was made even harder.
Hanging tough with the visitors for most of a half was a
positive, as was the tough in-and-under work of Nat Geue,
leadership of Danny Ellis, good voice and passion from Jesse
Chambers at full back and the ferocious attack on the ball of
However, in the end, run and skill overcame the lads and
another loss was recorded.
It was good to see Dave Goern and Jeremy Zimmerman
out on the track; also thanks to the colts for coming up, Ben
Biagi had a real impact.
The senior colts had a disappointing day, with skills and
Leaders again stood up with Eddy Laucke, Brayden Dalby,
Ryan Creece, Liam Ide, Craig Simpson and James Madden
The junior colts played an outstanding game, combining
the skills and relentless pressure the coach has been devel-
Particularly impressive was the team depth shown with
solid performances from all first-year players.
Usual leaders were well-supported by runners Benson
Heintze and Henry Brooks, who both played their best games
for the year.
Stoic defender Lachlan Miller repelled attack on his flank,
Josh Pape created many opportunities for forward line run-
ners and Josh Simpson was creative, kicking three goals from
Under 13 Black hosted Barossa White in chilly conditions
on Friday night.
The boys put up a strong effort, showing their continuing
development particularly in taking the ball from centre clear-
ances and dropping back to create opportunities in attack.
Lewis Cowham was dominant across the centre and for-
ward lines, linking strongly with Luca Whitelum through
some smart ruck work around the ground from Jed
Myles Allert and Bailey Walsh also won their positions,
providing further support for the midfield.
The under nines came up against a very strong Barossa
unit, but it was really impressive to see all players sticking to
team structures when defending and then creating opportu-
nities for their team-mates.
Coming up is the Red and Rump night on Saturday, July
11, which is $50 a ticket, two-course meal and a bottle of red.
Tickets are available at the club and via email (tanundafc@
Any questions-email, go to Facebook or see a committee
member around the club.
Football: Under nine Reds hosted Angaston on Friday
night, the boys got off to a great start and, with a good team
effort, followed through until the end.
Awards went to Jackson, Hudson, Lincoln, Jaden and
The under nine Blues played Angaston at home and pro-
duced a dominant display of team football, playing well
beyond their age.
The under 13s had a tough match against a good
Unfortunately, the boys went down by a small margin
after putting in an effort that was equally strong and disap-
pointing in patches.
However, there are positives to take from the match and
the boys will continue to put in the work to continue their
growth as footballers.
A special mention to Harry Polito who filled in for
Willaston’s under 15s had a great win; it was a team effort
with every player contributing.
The midfield worked well, supplying many opportunities
for the forwards with Piddington kicking four goals.
The defence battled well working together to stop many
attacks with the boys coming home with a team-building
Our Under 17s played well against Angaston, defeating
the second side on the table.
Midfield dominated from the first bounce, backed up by
the forwards with our defence standing strong when under
Welcome to the Elbrow family with Harry playing his first
game for the club.
The reserves put in a solid performance over the four
quarters; however there is still plenty of improvement need-
ed until a return to what is expected from the team.
It was good to get away with a win after almost costing
ourselves with inaccurate kicking at goal. The back six played
superbly all day.
Our A-grade boys were fired up to take on Angaston, as it
would be the last game for Jimmy ‘Sports’ Jones as he is mov-
ing overseas for work commitments.
The club wishes him safe travels and good luck for the
The game was a tough encounter from the outset, with
Angaston seemingly on top at the end of the first quarter.
The second quarter was just as hard with our midfield get-
ting on top and our forwards creating havoc through White
The third quarter was set up for something special with
both sides going goal for goal.
As in the third and fourth quarters, both sides were hard
at it with both defences under enormous pressure.
It was a fitting end to a great game with nothing to pick
between the sides ending in a draw.
Willaston also had its sponsors’ day luncheon on Saturday
and we would like to thank all who attended and all our
Without you all, the club wouldn’t be the success it is.
Just a reminder that the membership draw is drawn
Thursdays, with full bar and meals available. Why not come
and hear the team selections.
Football: The under nine Blues put on another fantastic
team effort full of skill and courage.
Zac Trestrail was outstanding, along with Lachlan Warner
and Luke Williams.
Riley Diener, Aleksander Klingberg and Tyler Matz all
played a great game.
Elijah Murch stole the show with three awesome goals.
The under nine Reds shot out of the blocks on Saturday
morning to open the day for the Redlegs.
There were many excellent passages where there was
loud voice, good leads and running support for handballs
Goals were scored by Nick Harris (three), Ayden Colbourne
(two), Tom Shepley and Luke Walker but best players were
Zach Martin, Zaid Coad and Nick Harris.
The under 11’s goal-scorer was Liam Anderson, who was
among the best players alongside Harvey McDonald and Jett
The under 13s had a fantastic start to the game with four
The rest of the game was hard-fought with South coming
from behind to pip us by a goal.
The goalscorers were Nick Barter, Mitch Lovell, Jaydn Mar-
tin and Austin Poulton and best players were Cooper Van Der
Klaauw, Austin Poulton and Griffin Chinner.
The junior colts came up against the top side, but worked
hard and can keep their heads high.
Injuries hurt, with only 17 players on the ground for the
Best wishes to Liam Redden, whose season looks over
with a broken arm.
A week off and then firing on all cylinders against
A good effort giving the opposition and our lack of fit lads.
Best players were Fraser Arbon, Haydn Amery and Dale
The senior colts’ goal-scorer was Connor Reid with four,
who was also in the best with Connor Townsend and Sam
The reserves had a tough day out against South in a win-
nable game that we couldn’t finish off.
The best players were Ash Selleck, Bart Ryan and Ben
The A-grade boys came out strong and went into the first
break with a lead, but from there they failed to compete for
Goals were scored by Matthew Camplin (three), while best
players were Joshua Wilson, Jacob Wright and Ben Heinrich.
SKINN, Pat –
Mum and Nana. On July
2, 2009, you passed away.
Our love for you is not
written on paper for it can
be erased, nor is our love
for you etched in stone for
stone can be broken, but
our love for you is enscribed
in our hearts where it shall
remain forever. Miss you,
your daughter, Rosanne
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