Peckers sneak into second spot

Bronte Hewett reviews round 14 matches Balaklava 12.12(84) defeated Hummocks-Watchman Eagles 13.5(83). An exciting battle at Balaklava saw the Peckers beat Hummocks-Watchman Eagles by one point to progress to second spot on the premiership table. Balaklava had the upper hand most of the game, after gaining a 19 point lead at the half time break. […]

Adelaide Plains Football League results – round 14, 2010

A Grade Two Wells    3.1    9.5    12.12    16.13    (109) Hamley Bridge    3.3    6.6    8.9    10.14    (74) Goals – Two Wells: P.Christofis 7, A.Steed 3, B.Fitzgerald 2, M.Sincock 2, L.Allmond 1, C.Christofis 1 Hamley Bridge: S.Gregory 2, T.Durdin 2, T.Natt 2, J.Sullivan 1, D.Lockwood 1, C.Allen 1, M.Laurie 1 Best – Two Wells: C.Nurton, A.Steed, T.Leighton, […]

Noah arrives

Shaun and Hayley Price, of Woodcroft,  welcome a son, Noah Christian, born at Flinders Hospital on June 6, weighing 8lb 3oz. Noah is the first grandchild for Philip and Jo-Ann Price, of Port Wakefield. Hayley’s parents are Tony and Dorothy McKessar, of Port Lincoln.

Simon and Bonnie marry

“Riverbend Park”, Clarendon, SA was the setting for the marriage of Simon Uppill to Bonnie Turner on Saturday, January 16. Simon is the youngest son of Ian and Judith Uppill, of Normanville, formerly of “RoseFarm,” Rhynie, and Bonnie is the only daughter of Beth and Brian Turner, of Coffin Bay. Simon’s brothers Nigel and Brendan […]

Wed in Lincoln

Sharyn Laube and Derek Barr were married on March 27 at Point Boston, Port Lincoln. Sharyn is the daughter of Bruce and Denise Laube of Port Lincoln, and Derek is the son of Jeff and Judy Barr of Balaklava. Their attendants were Emma Evans, Rhianna Laube, Justin Barr and Luke Evans.The couple now live in […]

This farm tool helps fix production costs

Help is on hand for grain growers to maximise their marketing and financial returns this season. A “cost of production tool” – free for agricultural bureau members – was launched in June by the Advisory Board of Agriculture (ABA) to help guide growers’ marketing decisions in as little time as 10 minutes. The free and […]

Regional guide to the SALA Festival

The record breaking, 2010 South Australian Living Artists (SALA) Festival is proud to showcase the diversity, colour and depth of more than 3000 South Australian visual artists throughout 518 metropolitan and regional wineries, cafes, galleries, boutiques, hotels and other unique, colourful and collaborative spaces. This year’s festival will celebrate the artistic talent of more than […]

School bus run doubts

By Lauren Hermon Local students may be affected as school bus contractors are left in financial limbo and regional school bus services allegedly at risk as the State government continues to refuse to resolve the issue of expiring contracts. In an appeal for action, Member for Goyder, Steven Griffiths, met with a number of school […]