The South Eastern Times : May 15th 2018
IN FRONT: Millicent’s Hamish Gordon looks to shake of East Gambier’s Jayden Eldridge during the Saints win in Round 5 of Western Border football on Saturday. Picture: FRANK MONGER THE SOUTH EASTERN TIMES Kalangadoo still on top pa 22ge FRONT: Millicent’s Hamish Gord FRONT: Millicent’s Hamish Gordon looks to shake of East Gambier’s Jayden Eldridge during the Saints win in Round 5 of Western Border football on Saturday. Picture: FRANK MONGER THE SOUTH EASTERN TIMES Kalangadoo still on top pa 22ge pa pa 19ge Saints deliver on special day MILLICENT prevailed by 22 goals when it travelled to McDonald Park to play East Gambier in Round 5 of Western Border netball on Saturday. A step above MILLICENT pulled off its most important victory for the 2018 Western Border football season on Saturday, soundly defeating reigning premiers East Gambier. Played at the home of the Bulldogs, the Saints were simply too strong around the ground from the first bounce. Despite a relatively low first-quarter score kicking with the breeze, the signs were there the Saints would be tough to beat. Millicent kicked just 1.4-10 in the first term, but importantly kept East to just three behinds, in a game that became a stalemate early. Jesse Fry stood up through the centre for the home side, finding the likes of Matt Willson outside and Mark Rumbelow pushing up the ground. But down back the likes of Craig Gysbers and Dylan Tinknell were working hard to repel any attacks. Luke Thomson was given the big job of cover- ing Matt Duldig, but the latter was showing some early signs of a bag of goals, with solid leads, which in the end resulted in a free kick for the first major of the day. In the second term the Saints kicked on, with two major scores to one, despite battling conditions that clearly favoured the northern end of the ground. But it was Giancarlo Cooper who gave the Bulldogs some hope, with a free kick in front of goals for a major score and the lead. That was short-lived, as the Saints hit back through Joe Walker. Duldig had another couple of chances to hurt the Bulldogs, but was offline and the Saints had to settle for an 11-point lead at the long break. At that stage the Bulldogs were far from out of the game, but would need to fight hard after the long break heading into the wind. The breeze - and the power of the Saints - were simply too much in the third term, with the home side only able to add two straight goals to the tally, while the visitors managed to find four goals and three behinds. Continued page 23 Oticon Opn™ directionality outperforms Old world CLINIC LOCATIONS: Metro: Elizabeth Vale • Hallett Cove • Norwood • Pasadena • Seaton • Sefton Park • Walkerville • Woodville Country: Berri • Bordertown • Edenhope • Horsham • Kapunda • Keith • Kingston SE • Loxton • Meningie • Millicent • Naracoorte • Nhill • Port Augusta • Port Elliott • Renmark • Warracknabeal • Williamstow 24 - The South Eastern Times, Tuesday, May 15, 2018 New world REGISTER TODAY for a 30-day trial of Oticon Opn on 08 8762 3262 or visit www.hcaudiology.com.au *Le Goff and Beck 2017, Oticon Whitepaper 729422 www.thesoutheasterntimes.com.au It was a game of milestones, with Donna Denton celebrating her 400th senior game for the Saints and Sarah Lock racking up 300 total games for the Bulldogs. Millicent came out of the blocks firing, with Madi Turner, Lisa Duldig, Demi Verbena and Donna Denton moving the ball with such speed and precision the undermanned East side had little hope of creating turnover ball. Morgan Amy was unavailable due to work commitments, although she did arrive in time to enter the clash for the final quarter, but Jacinta Clark proved an intriguing replacement as she had the pace to run with Denton and her aerial skills were strong. Continued page 23 Groundbreaking test results prove how Oticon Opn outperforms competing technologies We put Oticon Opn to the test in a realistic environment mimicking a conversation between four people in a noisy restaurant. The results show how Oticon Opn significantly outperforms traditional directionality for speech understanding from the speaker in front, and is on par with narrow directionality, while remaining open to all relevant surrounding sounds. Additionally, Oticon Opn vastly outperforms them both for understanding speech coming from the sides.* That is the difference between being in the conversation or not – to be in or out of life.
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