SARDI gets new chief as Lewis moves on

Affiliate professor Pauline Mooney has taken the reins of Australia’s leading primary industry state research organisation, the South Australian Research and Development Institute as its executive director. Professor Mooney joined SARDI five years ago as research director, refocusing and reshaping SARDI as the State responds to evolving national research and development priorities. For the past […]

Golf results – July 14 2010

Balaklava Ladies Eighteen players made the most of the ideal weather last Thursday in the fourth Stableford round.  A grade winner was Rose Jenkin on 34 points, closely followed by Cathy Redpath on 33, on a countback from Norma Taylor and Joan Anderson 26.  B grade saw Gill Ackland collect the prize with 39,followed by […]

Cats get home despite poor kicking

By Peter Argent Inaccurate early, the Cats survived a third quarter revival from South Clare, but still won this away match. Blyth-Snowtown dominated the first term kicking towards the netball courts end of Clare Oval, with the aid of a strong gusting breeze, but was highly inaccurate kicking eight points from 11 scoring shots and […]

Rams upset ladder leaders

Virginia 11-10 (76) defeated Mallala 10-10  (70). Virginia Rams have finally upset the Magpie winning-streak  in  a close encounter at Virginia. The Rams played catch up after the Magpies got a four goal lead in the first quarter. But the Rams picked up the pieces in the second term, out scoring the Magpies by the […]

One tough round of footy

Clubs battle it out for ladder positions THREE important games this week as we head into footy’s “final round”, each team playing each other once more in the “minor round”. TWO WELLS V UNITED The equation for home side Two Wells this week is simple – only a win will do! The Roosters dropped an […]