After finishing the season on top of the ladder, and a shaky start to the finals series, Hornridge Sporting Club have ended Roxby Districts 5 year premiership streak with a 41 point win over The Miners.
Hornridge hit the ground running, bagging 5 goals in the first quarter which quickly set the tone for the rest of the game.
Unfortunately for The Miners, they were 't able to catch up on the scoreboard, with the final quarter closing at Hornridge 12 goals, 9 behinds (81) to Roxby Districts 6 goals, 4 behinds (40).
To help raise awareness for threatened Australian species, The Department of the Environment are inviting all Australians to create baked goods shaped like endangered critters or plants.
This is only the second time the competition has been run, but that hasn't stopped Arid Recovery from putting their kitchen skills to the test once again!
Field Ecologist & Community Co-ordinator at Arid Recovery, Nathan Beerkens, last year earned himself the "Commissioner's Choice Award" for his cake shaped like a Sawfish - all four species of which are endangered in Australia.
Representatives from the West Adelaide Football Club have this week made their way to Roxby Downs, running training sessions with local football teams and school students.
Gemma Prendergast, WAFC's dietician, dropped in on RoxFM's Hub Cap to talk about the free nutrition sessions she's running in town.
The first session will be held at 10am at the Community Youth Centre and is all about nutrition for children.
Last week, Arid Recovery received a visit from Tim Low - a biologist and author who had been commissioned by Australian Geographic to write a piece on captive breeding.
Coming from Queensland, Low had only read about Arid Recovery in scientific journals but was so impressed with the work they had been doing that he took the opportunity to get on a plane and visit the reserve.
"One of the strengths of Arid Recovery is that it's always been very research based," Tim explained, "it was never a case of just 'Let's put up a fence and toss in some animals,' it was always 'Let's put some Bettongs in, but we'll also put them in part of the reserve and not another part so we can see what changes they make to the vegetation.'"
Take a listen back to RoxFM's interview with Tim Low:
Having improvised over 1,500 shows, Adam Page promises that no two performances are the same - each gig is a world premiere!
The Adelaide based performer is headed to Roxby Downs as part of a Country Arts SA music tour, prides himself on making each performance as unique as possible.
Adam, who originally trained as a saxophonist, will be bringing up to 15 instruments with him when he performs at the Roxbylink Auditorium, from traditional instruments like keyboards to the lesser known nose flute.
Using a loop pedal, Adam plays a piece of music with one instrument and keeps adding more instruments over the top, playing whatever comes into his head to create a new sound each time.
Listen back to Adam's interview with Aussie Music Hour:
Though we might not receive Adelaide's community television station, Channel 44, in Roxby Downs, that doesn't stop the host of their newest travel show, Off The Couch With Ethan, from making the journey out this way.
Inspired by his time doing work experience with Channel Nine's South Aussie With Cosi, and with a passion for travelling and camping, he's filming all over the country to encourage other teenagers to get up off the couch and see Australia.
Currently Ethan is travelling north through South Australia with his family, stopping in at Roxby Downs while heading towards Coober Pedy, before having to travel back home in time for term 3 at high school.
Ethan stopped by RoxFM while he was in town to talk about Off The Couch With Ethan and where he's headed next - Listen back to his interview:
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