Community turns out in droves to support proposed indoor sports and rec centre

MORE than 300 people packed the auditorium at the Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre on Wednesday night in a show of support for a proposed indoor pool and sports complex.

Around 400 apologies were received for the community meeting, which was called early this week by a working group representing four of the city’s major sporting codes.

Tennis premiership decided

Two old rivals have gone head to head in the 2017-18 Mount Gambier and District Tennis Association season decider.

Little to separated the two squads when season powerhouse Glencoe took on the best Reidy Park had to offer in this year’s top level clash.

Tennis clubs unite

THE Mount Gambier and District Tennis Association will witness the amalgamation of three clubs, as Uniting Church, Centrals and Mil Lel join forces for the sake […]

Sports team up

A GRASSROOTS community campaign is under way to revive plans for the construction of a multi-million dollar indoor pool and recreational centre in Mount Gambier. This […]

Upgrade ball in council’s court

THE Mount Gambier City Council Strategic Standing Committee has voted in favour of a proposal to overhaul the deteriorating tennis facilities at Olympic Park[…]

MGDTA: A1 Friday night tradition continues

THE Friday night tradition continued last week as the Mount Gambier Tennis Association A1 matches took place on the Olympic Park courts. West Gambier had the […]