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SALT CHURCH GAWLER
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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
"Look ye not upon the purity
or impurity of his nature; look
ye upon the all-embracing
mercy of the Lord..."
Phone 8523 3552
OF THE NAZARENE
442 Main North Rd,
Pastor Michael Schmidt
Phone 8523 5889
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, June 29
8.45am Traditional Worship
10.45am Family Service
Pastor Geoff Havelberg
Phone 8523 1929
CELEBRANT for all your
special occasions. Helena
Dawkins. 0488 035 925.
HARDING - BROOKE --
Scott and Summa are
pleased to announce the
birth of their beautiful baby
boy, Thomas Scott Harding.
Born 29th of May, 2014.
He is one loved little man.
Gawler & Districts
NETBALL: K GRADE
In the K grade Virginia Pink was too strong for
Gumnuts, prevailing 22-13.
Great shooting by Virginia's Annalisa Hueppauff
saw her team take an 11-4 half-time lead.
Gumnuts tried hard and finished off strong, with
excellent pressure in defence from Chloe Seagger, to
provide a tight last quarter.
St George's White overpowered a depleted Xavier
team, securing a commanding win 21-6.
A tight first quarter showed Xavier was up for
the challenge, with both teams struggling for goals
St George's came out in the second full of run to
take advantage of the extra player, taking a seven-
goal lead at the main break through strong shooting
from Ashlyn Fraser and Casiahn Cappelluti.
Xavier struggled for goals in the third while St
George's increased its lead to 15-3 at three-quarter-
Courtney Mudge and Taylah Knight worked hard
in defence for Xavier but in the end St George's was
Trinity Yellow dominated St George's Black,
Accurate shooting by Trinity's Courtney Powell
and Emily Zieke saw their side take an 8-1 lead at
St George's lifted its intensity to close the gap in
the second, with great defence by Lily Francis.
Trinity's pressure was too much for St George's in
the second half, running out strong winners.
FOOTBALL: Last Saturday the Lions travelled to
Willaston to take on the Donnybrooks.
The junior colts battled valiantly but went down
to the Donnies by 27 points.
Best players were Ben Gattermayr, Casey Barker,
Jarred Johnson, Koen Sumner, Hudson Eeles and
best on ground Jono Connelly.
Unfortunately, the senior colts sustained their
second loss for the season, suffering a 16-goal
Best players were Jordan Martin, Lachlan Carter,
Ryan Feuerherdt, Jayden Sheridan, Josh Crowe and
best on ground Scott Blundell.
The reserves turned a five-goal, three-quarter-
time deficit into a slim lead in the dying seconds of
their match before narrowly losing by two points.
Best players were Joe Rooke, Alex Hanson,
Johnathon Costa and best on ground Matt Daly.
In the final match of the day, the A grade went
down to a well-drilled Willaston by eight goals.
Dan Goulding and Aaron Bevis were in good touch
for South, whilst Jacob Ahern was solid in defence.
Joel Chapman was best on ground for his
This week's syndicate awards were Joel Chapman
(first), Jacob Ahern (second) and Aaron Bevis (third).
On the social front, Ladies' Night will be held July
11 at the club; see Adrian Costa for ticket details.
July 12, the club will also host the junior disco,
which will include ages up to under 15s.
July 19, the club will host the 125-year anniversary
dinner; tickets are $75 per person, which includes a
$25 drinks package.
Tickets are available from Janine or behind the
GOLF: Players were met with great conditions on
Saturday for the first round of club champs.
Stuart Grigg played a controlled game to shoot
a gross 75/64, winning the A grade, monthly medal
and the putting comp with 23.
He has established early control of the
championship race, alongside Chris Girling with
These two players have won the last four club
champs between them and the race looks to be on
Michael Davies had a good day 85/67 to finish
second and Paul Shields finished third with another
consistent round of 83/69.
Rick Wendland won the B grade with 87/68 from
Ray Prior 98/70 and Tim Clifton 90/71.
A special mention goes to Elaine Grigg who
scored 94/63 for the best net round by anyone on
the day and a PB at Two Wells.
Match plays saw Chris Girling defeat Blue Bowden,
Michael Dimasi defeat Jake Bowden and Yogi
Frencken defeat Adam Bail.
The second round of the club champs begins next
NETBALL: It was a disappointing result for the
senior ones, who didn't play four quarters of netball.
The third quarter had the passion and
commitment required to be competitive.
A big thanks to Sarah Koch for helping out this
week, while Jess Schirmner was best player.
The senior twos had a great start to the game,
implementing what they have practised all year.
However, a sloppy second quarter left the team
playing catch-up, resulting in a third quarter that
was the best for the season.
Ash Mellors and Alex Hamlyn played very well,
with the incentive going to Lindsy Schleibs.
The senior threes played a great quality game,
despite not getting the desired result.
Lauren Mawson was best player.
The senior fours displayed excellent pressure all
over the court, with some great passages of play.
It was an evenly contested game, however small
mistakes in the last quarter were costly.
Jamie Andrews was best player.
The senior fives played well, with Eliza Woidt
being the standout player.
The senior sixes had a disappointing loss.
There was some great defence from Lauren
Staevely and Ali Jones, with Chloe Tiss and Morgan
Loveridge also playing well.
Tash Hancock also had a strong, consistent game.
The senior sevens had a slow start, but changes at
quarter-time gave them the advantage.
Strong defence and accurate shooting by Angela
Boseburg and Jenny Heath enabled the girls to
extend the lead.
Heth Secomb was the best player.
The intermediate twos put in an amazing effort.
Great accuracy in the ring helped the girls get the
A huge thank you to Larissa Molo and Kayla
Claussen for filling in.
Incentive award went to Amy Anson.
The junior ones didn't get the result they were
after and defensive pressure all over the court needs
Thanks to Abby Lemar for filling in.
Brianna Reid received the incentive award.
The junior twos gave a great effort, with defence
pressure a standout.
Goalies shot well, and the centre court ran out a
full four quarters.
Chloe Turner was the standout.
The sub junior ones applied good pressure,
but need to work on leading, passing and staying
Lucy Drewett received the incentive award.
The sub junior twos all came off the court smiling
after a great game.
Adeline Pascale and Lauren Heinjus were fantastic
in defence and Deni Burgess had her best game.
The sub junior threes was very strong defensively
and executed some fabulous intercepts.
The girls capitalised well on opportunities and
made good court position all game.
Ruby Gardner received the incentive.
The primary ones had a game where everyone
tried really hard, but forgot the things they had
learnt at training.
The last quarter was a highlight.
Chelsea Ruediger was the standout.
The primary two girls had a really close game and
were unlucky not to get the win.
The pressure down the court was really good with
Ariah Dunstall best player.
Well done to the eight netta one players that took
to the court.
The defence did a brilliant job and kept chasing
Fantastic work by Abbie Schmaal and Amelia
Schuster in the centre.
Kristal Havelka gave great leads.
Well done to Georgia Malkin and Jess Both who
got better throughout the game.
The ice -cream award went to Caitlyn Both and
Lola Gardner in the netta twos.
Club person of the week was Viv Molo for all her
help around the club, especially this week in the
Ash Hoffmann was also acknowledged for her
enthusiasm and willingness to help out anywhere.
George Francis --
Passed away peacefully on
June 19, 2014.
Aged 78 years.
Special and much loved
husband of Dorothy.
Loved and loving father
and father-in-law of
Tracey and Steven,
Jane and Phil.
Much loved Papa of
Greg, Danny, Justin,
Marc and Philip
and Great-Papa of
Liam and Malichi.
Forever in our hearts.
The funeral service for
George will be conducted
in the Taylor & Forgie
Funeral Chapel on FRIDAY,
June 27 at 10am.
Following the funeral
service, the cortège will
proceed to the Willaston
cemetery for the commit-
In lieu of floral tributes,
a donation, in memory of
George, to Cancer Council
SA, 202 Greenhill Road,
Eastwood, would be appre-
TAYLOR & FORGIE
Accredited Member AFDA
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George Francis --
Passed away peacefully
on June 19, 2014. Loved
brother of Florrie. Rest in
Robert George --
Born in Smithfield, SA
April 27, 1924.
Passed away peacefully at
home, with his family at
his side, on June 13, 2014.
Aged 90 years.
Dearly beloved husband
of May for 67 years.
Dearly loved and loving
Dad and father-in-law of
Peter (deceased), Penny,
John (deceased), Mark,
Helen and Shaun.
Dearly loved and cherished
Popa and Great Popa
of Alicia, Nik, Corey,
Hamish, Dekland and
baby Nikolaas Robert.
Dad, you were an
inspiration to all of us
and you were always there
You will be sadly missed.
Dad, you will always have
a special place in our hearts
and will always be with us.
In keeping with Robert's
wishes, a private service has
TAYLOR & FORGIE
Gawler 8522 1734
Eileen Mary --
Janet, Ian and Beryl and
families thank relatives and
friends for cards and phone
calls on the recent pass-
ing of their mother. Please
accept this as our personal
FEIRCLOUGH, George --
Passed away June 19, 2014.
Loved brother-in-law of
Rhonda and the late Keith
Thomas. Uncle of Bruce
and Andrew, Philip and
Ann-marie. Friend of Trevor.
Simply the best.
Loved and respected uncle
of Philip and Bettina.
Great uncle of Renee,
Michael, Kate and Mikey.
Great uncle of Chelsea.
Forever in our hearts.
Dearly loved uncle of Ann-
marie and Daryl. Great un-
cle of Jamie and Kellie.
Will be sadly missed.
BOTT, Hazel --
4/6/1911 -- 21/6/2007
Deep in our hearts you
will always stay, loved and
remembered every day.
Sadly missed by sister
Gordon and family.
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THE Gawler Eagles came back to earth with
a thud in State League soccer on the weekend,
going down 1-8 to Eastern United.
A week after posting an impressive 1-0 win over
Cove, the Eagles looked flat in a performance that
disappointed coach Ray Deeley.
"It was a very hard day at the office," Deeley
"I knew before the game that something was
wrong, but I really don't know what went wrong."
Despite the final score, Gawler was competitive
throughout the first half and was still well and truly
in the game at the long break.
After a rev-up from Deeley, the Eagles started the
second half with more intent and before long they
had won a penalty, which Joe Esposito converted to
make the score 1-2.
What happened next was unexpected, to say the
least, as United banged on six goals in the space
of about 20 minutes to completely destroy the
With goalkeeper Sasa Trbovic out of sorts, East-
ern peppered the goals and Gawler was powerless
to stop it.
Good players were few and far between for the
Eagles, but Cameron Gliese worked hard all after-
noon and Papy Muhuia was impressive across the
On a positive note, Deeley gave youngsters James
Jakubowski and Aden Hilliard their first run at se-
nior level, with Hilliard solid in goals after taking
over from Trbovic.
The reserves had an equally tough time of it, let-
ting in seven goals and failing to find the back of
the net themselves.
To cap off a poor day for the Eagles' male sides,
the under 18s had a 1-5 loss to Eastern.
It was a different story for Gawler's all-conquer-
ing women in division five as they coasted to a 4-0
win over the Northern Demons in what would be
considered a close game considering their recent
The fact that the Eagles were reduced to just nine
players due to illness and injury made the win even
Prolific scorer Melissa Chomik was again on fire,
booting all four of her side's goals.
The under 15 girls suffered a narrow 0-1 loss to
Eagles' mixed bag continues
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