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Hi, my name is Lacey
Joan Baker. I came into
the world at 7lb. 6oz. My
proud Nanna and Pop
Baker think I'm gorgeous.
My fantastic parents are Les
Jnr and Lindy, they think
I'm beautiful. My brothers
and sister are Bailey, Vaida
and Brax. My cousins are
Blake, Amelie and Hunter.
Will get spoiled by Aunty
Shanna & Uncle Shaun &
family. Job well done. Lots
of love Nanna Astrid and
Pop Les Baker.
WEICHERT, Dennis --
ank you for the help and
support we have received
after the loss of our dearly
loved father, grandfather
ank you for the flowers,
cards, phone calls and
messages and to those who
donated to the bible society
in his memory. ank you
to Dennis and Marianne
from Barossa Funerals, to
the bike riders (you made it
extra special) and all those
who helped. ank you
all for your thoughts and
prayers. Anne, Roger, John,
Neil and families.
Michael Francis --
Tragically taken from us on
September 29, 2015.
You fought so hard to stay
Dearly loved husband of
e most wonderful Dad
to Nicole and son-in-law
Nick and Brett.
Adored grandpa to his
beautiful grandsons Angus
Such a beautiful man gone
Rest in Peace
" anks for coming."
My dear Dad,
Our world has changed and
our hearts are broken. You
were the best father, friend
and grandpa the world
has ever known. We loved
you so very very much.
We will forever thank you
for your love, kindness,
guidance and humour.
You have endured so much
and been so brave and so
strong. ere will never be
enough tears to cry, but
we have been blessed with
wonderful memories and a
beautiful life with you. We
love you now and forever.
Nicole, Nick, Angus and
I was honoured to have you
as my father as much as I
was to have you as my mate.
You guided me through life
and all the challenges and
decisions I had to make.
I thank you for this and
will always treasure the
memories we had. I love
you and miss you Dad,
till we meet again. Rest in
Mike's Funeral Service was
conducted in St Benedict
Catholic Church, Freeling
on Wednesday, October 7,
Monsignor John Swan
TAYLOR & FORGIE
Accredited Member AFDA
Gawler 8522 1734
Michael Frances --
Passed away suddenly at
home, Freeling, aged 63.
Dearly loved son of Mary
and Colin (deceased).
Loved brother of Robert
and Terry (deceased).
Michael Frances --
Dearly loved brother and
best mate to Robert, loved
brother-in-law to Julie.
Loved uncle to Tyson, Sarah
and Jackson. Special "Uncle
Mikey" to Lisa. Forever in
Kenneth John (Ken) --
28.12.1918 -- 8.10.2013.
Everyday in some small way
memories of you come our
way. Still missed, still loved
and forever in our hearts.
Christine and Travis.
HARKNESS, John --
Passed away peacefully at
the Lyell McEwin Hospital
on September 18, 2015.
Aged 77 years.
Dearly loved and loving
husband of Kay.
Dearly loved father and
Anthony and Julie,
Jo-Anne and Frank.
Loved Papa of Matthew
Scott and Kirra,
Luke and Ashley,
Proud Great Papa of Lilly,
James and Lachlan.
Forever in our Hearts.
John's Funeral Service was
conducted in the Taylor
& Forgie Funeral Chapel
on ursday, September
24, 2015. Reverend Barry
Littleford kindly officiated.
TAYLOR & FORGIE
Accredited Member AFDA
Gawler 8522 1734
HILLMAN, Daphne --
9/6/1934 - 8/10/2014
ough your smile is gone
forever and your hand we
cannot touch, we have so
many memories of the one
we loved so much. Your
memory is our keepsake
with which we'll never part,
God has you in his keeping
we have you in our hearts.
Graham, Richard and Judy,
Mark and Juanita, Anthony,
Ryan, Rebecca and Jake.
SMITH, Ross Charles --
Passed away peacefully on
October 2, 2015.
Aged 85 years
Beloved husband of
and father-in-law of
Peter and Meredith,
Ian and Sue,
Bronwen and Paul.
TAYLOR & FORGIE
Accredited Member AFDA
Gawler 8522 1734
John Benjamin James --
Please refer to Funeral
John Benjamin James --
e FAMILY and
FRIENDS of the late
Mr JOHN CHAPMAN
are invited to attend his
Memorial Service to be held
in the Hewett Centre, 28
Kingfisher Drive, Hewett
on FRIDAY, October
16, 2015 commencing at
CELEBRANT for all your
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BRIDGE: Gawler - Friday’s results: secton red –
north-south – I. Ramsey/ P. James 154.43 (64%)
0.21; E. Kampman/ V. Paltridge 124.20 (52%)
0.15; A. Jarvis/ K. Copeland 120.00 (50%) 0.11.
east-west – P. Burke/ C. Stutley 171.65 (61%)
0.21; J. Hayes/ M. Koziol 165.20 (59%) 0.15; D.
Brooks/ M. Kenny 152.40 (54%) 0.11. secton
blue – north-south – E. Handtke/ P. Bosward
144.00 (72%) 0.15; R. Mathews/ A. Mathews
103.00 (52%) 0.11. east-west T. Kairi/A. Blinman
116. 00 (58%) 0.15, M. Schwerdt/ M. Hefernan
110.00 (55%) 0.11.
GOLF: Barossa - Tuesday’s Pinehurst results:
Day Winner: H. Sandow, C. Roocke 68.625; M.
MacGillivray, B. Baird. Tuesday’s stableford
results: A Grade – G. Poter 36. B Grade – M.
Steinborner 38. Ball winners - T. Love 34, C.
Thursday’s Stableford results: Day Winner C.
Linden 39, J. Raynor 36, B. Nash 36, P. Frazer 35,
S. Andrews 35, D. Johnson 34, R. Hampel 33.
Saturday’s stroke results:
A Grade S. Siegele 70, T. Cowgill 72, A. Oats 73,
G. Barber 77.
B Grade B. Perry 75, A. Small 76, J. Kurtz 77, T.
C Grade L. Hampel 74, G. Young 75, G. Johnson
76, P. Frazer 77.
Ladies - B. Both 71, T. Love 74.
Gawler - Midweek results: R. Milner 40.
Thursday’s results: J. Pogas +8, P. Pogas +5, T.
Dowling +4, D. Dare +4, G. Long +3, T. Bow +3,
K. Richards +1, C. Ramsay +1, R. Sawyer +1, I.
Monro +1, B. Notage +1, B. Kite +1.
Saturday results: overall winner - P. Robinson
67. A grade - R. Taverner 71, D. Williams 71, T.
Hancock 72. B grade - R. Hall 70, R. Roy 71, S.
Porter 71. C grade - P. Robinson 67, W. Harvey
67, S. Nyskohus 70. Ladies - M. Bow 72.
Kapunda - Thursday’s results: J. Conaghty 48, W.
Morris 47, D. Davies 41.
Mount Pleasant - Wednesday’s results: P.
Gladigau +3, T. Mitchell +1, K. Franklin 0, C.
Noble -1, D. McQueen -1, G. Nicholas -2.
Thursday’s ladies stroke results: B. Wright 73, C.
Saturday’s stroke results: N. Wilson 67, S.
Tregenza 72, P. Turvey 74, A. Kneebone 75,
T. Mitchell 78, S. Sullivan 79, R. Hargrave 82,
G. Nicholls 83, L. Claridge 84, C. Noble 84, T.
Tanunda Pines - Saturday’s stroke results: Overall
Winner - Rod Smylie 71. A Grade - R. Smylie 71,
G. Bethune 74. B Grade – R. Escrit 72, K. Owen
72. C Grade - S. Ward 74, D. Cock 75. Ladies - D.
Agar 73, J. Rankine 76.
INDOOR BOWLS: Gawler & District - Pick yourself
tournament result: B. Cunningham, G. Dargusch
19 (3rd); T. Daniele, P. Pheps 24 (1st), L. Tait, J.
Phelps N. Lee 16, V. Blows, A. Phelps 21 (2nd),
C. Ferguson, A. Jenings 18, K. Roe, S. Paget 19
(3rd), J. Macdonald , B. Lee, R. Lee 6, E. Fairlie, B.
Saunders 16, J. Clarke, A. Martn 16, P. Lucantoni,
D. Roe 19, C. Kluth, J. Pfefer 19 (3rd), L. Leshetz,
C. Flowers 11.
RIFLE: Mallala - Monday’s clay target shoot
results: event one - 10 target double barrel
BORZILLO/ M. PONTIFEX/ B. DUNCAN 10/10.
B - W. CLARKE 10/10. C - J. WARD 9/10. Event
two - 100 target double barrel - AA - M. Veenstra
98/100, D. MILLS 96/100. A - C. JACOBS 99/105,
M. P0NTIFEX 98/105. B - W. CLARKE 97/105, M.
GIANONNE 96/105. C - G. CARTER 87/100, D.
SQUASH: Division 1 Round 9: Hot Lips 3-11-256
d Hawkeye 1-7-228 (A. Birchard lt G. Ward 2-3,
M. Gajewski d C. Beer 3-1, T. Reilly d G. Hobbs
3-2, C. Zadow d S. Laucirica 3-1). Klinger 2-9-196
d Choppers 2-7-203 (D. Maher lt O. Osborne 1-3,
G. Nitschke d G. Alderslade 3-0, A. Blackwell lt
N. Ridley 2-3, R. Dadds d A. Dale 3-1). Radar 3-9-
186 d Kurry Pufs 1-5-153 (M. Rosiak d S. Clarke
3-1, A. Darling d P. Leadbeater 3-0, P. Howe d
K. Ward 3-1, G. Krieg lt J. Nagel 0-3). Division
2 Round 9: Cods 3-10-195 d Crabs 1-5-186 (M.
Witcomb d P. Leadbeater 3-1, D. Molineux lt S.
Wendt 1-3, T. Kroehn d W. Marschall 3-1, S. Barr
d K. Osborne 3-0).
Flatheads 3-9-163 d Urchins 1-3-151 (R. Lieschke
d A.Cunningham 3-0, R. Bates d J. Harris 3-0, P.
Gerhardy d T. Sloper 3-0, J. O’Callaghan lt M.
Hueppauf 0-3). Gropers 2-6-112 d Carps 1-3-74
(P. Lediaev by default, R. Harbord d D. Wisbey
3-0, O. Keane lt M. Sanders 0-3).
VOLLEYBALL: A Grade - STAAT def Serves U
Rite 2-0; Norfolk In Chance def Scratch A 2-0. B
Grade - Horndogs def Simply Irresposibles 2-1;
Warmed Up def Get It Up 2-1; Monkey Business
drew with Retro 1-1.
C Grade - Wrong Directon def All About That Ace
2-1; Bunny Fuggers def Delta 2-1; Ball Busters
def The Valiens 4-0.
CRICKET: This week marks the start of
the season for the seniors and after a pre
season with good numbers at training
and solid attitudes leaves our boys in
good stead to, hopefully, start the year
On Thursday night the bar is open
inside and meals are to be catered as
the selected sides for round one are
read out and the season is launched.
The juniors start the season the
following weekend and as always
junior players are completely welcome.
Also for the younger boys and girls
who may just be starting to forge an
interest in the game, Dael Redmond is
the Milo into cricket co-ordinator and
may be contacted regarding enquiries
on 0499 995 688.
Also on October 17 the club has its
rst Saturday night of fun organised
with the now annual card night to
be held in the Den with a feed also
provided and full bar facilities available.
GOLF: The long weekend and forecast
hot weather kept the eld down to just
above 50 for the monthly medal stroke
round last Saturday at Kidman Links.
The course was again in excellent
condition and apart from a little breeze
early the conditions were near perfect.
There was one exceptional score
card presented and that came from ex-
Barossa member Max Wilson who had
everything under control for his nett
67 and a three-shot lead over playing
partner and travelling companion Rob
The boys get up extra early to get to
Kapunda from the northern suburbs
and Max's result was on the back of a
very restricted warm-up routine.
The A graders struggled on the day
and Jarrad Hughes was the only one to
play anywhere near his handicap
with a delightful 75/71.
He may have been hoping for even
bigger things after a front nine of 34.
A host of players comprising Tim
Scheer, Ian Clarke, Mark Mickan and
Bert Pearce all had a nett 75.
The B grade was a little closer with
Howard Jacques continuing his good
form with a 72, ahead of Boo Menzel
and Poppa Watson on 73, with a couple
of newcomers in Ben Dikih and Greg
Hindy a shot further back.
Rob Harcourt had the C grade sewn
up with his 70, just a shot ahead of
veteran Dave Perry and the unlucky
Brett Burgess who lost a ball just o
the fairway on the 11th after hitting a
Ross Jones was in amongst it with
74.Tine Perry was the best of only three
ladies braving the conditions, playing
to her handicap with a 73.
A great eld of 32 players hit o
in the Thursday comp, which also
provided a couple of exceptional
Wayne Morris must have felt pretty
chu ed when he came in with 47
points, only to be knocked o the
number-one spot by John Conaghty
who carded one better.
This leads us into the Club
Championships with the rst round
to be played on the 17th, with
subsequent rounds over the following
The course manager in his wisdom
has scheduled the greens renovations
for November 9 and I am sure will be
looking for some willing volunteers to
The seafood night is still planned
for October 17 and places are still
available for those who haven't yet put
their names on the list to assist with
Dave Carson is planning to run
a Sunday comp over the next two
weekends in October.
It will be in a stableford format with
tee-o around 9.00am.
From then it is planned for a
fortnightly comp, depending on the
numbers to make it worthwhile.
With the advent of daylight saving
the annual twilight comp is almost
Once the ladies nish up their
"winter" season it will be straight into
the Wednesday evening nine-hole fun
The planned rst round is scheduled
for November 4.
There is plenty planned for the club
over the coming months and with
the onset of the warm weather the
wonderful volunteer mower operators
will have their work cut out for them.
If you happen to run into them on a
Saturday please give them a pat on the
back for a job well done.
GOLF: Last Thursday's stableford event
attracted 26 players and was won by the
big-hitting Lance Hatcher, but only just.
Dennis Nation played some very
good golf to come second on a count
back with 41 from Neil Heinrich who
also had a day on with 41.
Other prizewinners were John
Mitchell, Bob Hillier 40, Dave Russell
39, Ed Manning 39 and Anton Noack
38, while others to make the better half
were Max Grasby 36, Bob Hinderwell
36, Roger Hahn 36, Karl U elman 35
and Ron Smith 35.
Birdies were scored by John Mitchell
and Anton Noack (second) and
nearest to the pins were scored by Bob
Charman (4th), John Mitchell (9th) and
Barry Schwartz (14th).
Don't forget the 9 and 18-hole men
and ladies 'Spring Classic' stableford
competition on Sunday, November 1 at
The $15 registration fee includes
morning tea and lunch.
Most recently, the girls' soccer team, under the
leadership of coach Miriam Price, progressed
through the rounds to play St Francis de Sales in the
final, where a cracking goal from Nicola Frazzetto
gave Trinity a one-nil win.
Earlier last month, the boys' netball side followed
a similar path, fighting its way through the group
rounds before triumphing over Blackwood by nine
goals in the grand final.
Trinity College netball co-ordinator Christine
Murray, who coached the team, said after coming
runner-up last year, the aim was always to take that
"We've got netball as a subject in PE that they
are assessable on and quite a few of the boys have
chosen netball," Mrs Murray said.
"So we were able to develop them throughout the
year in their normal PE lessons, so the skills have
been built up (during that time)."
Mrs Murray said Trinity's success in both sports
was a sign that the codes were well-supported in the
"It's just really awesome to see that we've
got a really wide range of kids participating
in non-traditional sports and really doing
well," Mrs Murray said.
"The girls playing soccer and the boys playing
netball, I guess, is a bit of a role reversal...(but) we
can actually go out there and still field teams, and do
really well in those sports that are not traditionally
for those genders.
"It just proves how strong netball and soccer is in
Trinity’s September success
TRINITY College had a successful September out on the sporting fields, winning the state
championships in both the knockout open boys' netball and open girls soccer for the first time
Trinity College’s open boys team celebrates after
becoming the knockout netball state champions early
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