South Australian week in photos: March 12-19, 2017 | PHOTOS 20 Mar 2017, 8 a.m. See the best photos taken by Fairfax Media SA journalists and photographers this week. South Australian week in photos: March 12-19, 2017 | PHOTOS NARACOORTE: Naracoorte school bus drivers Carol Bull and PJ Boyanton are urging motorists to abide by the 25km/h speed limit when passing buses with flashing lights. Photo: Isabella Hood. CLEVE: Cleve Area School principal Ray Marino and People HQ managing director Shelley Wilde work together on the iRipple resilience pilot project. Picture: Trudi Herde-Rodda MURRAY BRIDGE: Jacqui Clarke undergoes dialysis at Murray Bridge Soldiers' Memorial Hospital after a fierce bout with meningococcal. Photo: Peri Strathearn. TANUNDA: Cookery judge Susan Harley carefully assesses one of the men's chocolate cake entries at Tanunda Show. Photo: Carla Wiese-Smith. PORT PIRIE: Northern Demons’ star recruit, and the Trans’ very own, Marco Balsamo who scored a penalty to give the Demons a 1-0 win against Fulham United. MANNUM: Rachal and Megan Willis, of Mannum, hide from the rain in a 1955 Cadillac at the Mannum Hot Rod Show. Photo: Peri Strathearn. PORT AUGUSTA: Retiree Jeff Baker with a bag of pest weed Caltrop. Jeff is concerned about the inadequate management of the weed around Port Augusta. Photo: Matt CarcichPORT AUGUSTA: Eagles Soccer Club A and B grade teams celebrate winning the Port Augusta Soccer League championship. Photo: Marco BalsamoMURRAY BRIDGE: Artist Detlef Baumer's latest exhibition combines a childlike fascination with paint with a grown-up concern about its future. Photo: Peri Strathearn. EBENEZER: Ebenezer's Leslie Taylor was one of the hand pickers at the Reibke's grenache vineyard. Photo: Carla Wiese-Smith. NURIOOTPA: Local MasterChef Callum Hann and his Sprout Cooking School business partner Themis Chryssidis gave demonstrations at The Co-op’s reopening on Saturday. Photo: Carla Wiese-Smith. GOOLWA: Goolwa Primary School students Amelia, Matty, Clayton and Lachy ride their bikes and scooters safely to school every day, not just on National Ride2School Day - which is on Friday. Photo: Dani Brown. VICTOR HARBOR: Champion triathlete Kevin Fergusson tows Sid James in the bike leg of the Victor Harbor Triathlon on Sunday, March 12. Photo: Jesse Ehlers. FREELING: Freeling CFS’ Nutters captain Jason Malkin prepares for his ninth Relay for Life event with a furry friend. Photo: Jack Hudson MURRAY BRIDGE: 70-year-old Susan Gascoine will set off on a 450-kilometre walk to Adelaide on March 25 to raise funds for cystic fibrosis. Photo: Casey Gregory. ANGLE VALE: Angle Vale’s new senior coach Kym Herrmann overcame personal hurdles to return to footy. Photo: Jack Hudson NARACOORTE: Kynen Adams clears a height of 1.6m in the under 16 boys high jump on Naracoorte High School sports day. NARACOORTE: The action is intense in the A women’s basketball grand final as Mudlarks player Sophie Bates protects the ball from First Nationals’ Dellie Brown. MURRAY BRIDGE: Dylan Kuchel gets ready to shave his locks for the Leukemia Foundation World's Greatest Shave at the Imperial Football Clubrooms on Thursday night. Photo: Casey Gregory. NARACOORTE: Naracoorte CWA Limestone Ladies members Caroline Menzel (left), Sarah Fry and Nicki Wight are looking forward to the ‘Ladies’ Night Out’, which is set to feature celebrity Em Rusciano. Photo: Isabella Hood. TANUNDA: Hunter Schulz, Nuriootpa, gave woodchopping a red hot crack at the Tanunda Show on Saturday. Photo: Carla Wiese-Smith. CLARE: Commanding Diva, with Todd Pannell aboard, pushes forward through the rain to take the win in Race 5, the Taylors Wines 1200m. Photo: Scott Murphy. ENCOUNTER BAY: Encounter Bay's Helen Markin encourages awareness of coeliac disease. Eighty per cent of people who have coeliac disease are unaware. Photo: Ben Kelly. CEDUNA: Ceduna District Council technical services and works manager Joy Welshman at the recycling centre. Picture: Luca Cetta VICTOR HARBOR: Ruby and Cooper Knowles, of Victor Harbor, prepare their step sister Poppy Francis' hair before it is dyed purple on Friday as part of the World's Greatest Shave. Photo: Dani Brown. PORT LINCOLN: Bec Kolpondinos (pictured) and Ana Ackland will strip bare and have their bodies painted for the So Brave calendar. Photo: Olivia BarnesPORT LINCOLN: Port Lincoln mayor Bruce Green and gopher user Mel Mortimer outside the post office during a tour of the city's trouble spot for mobility scooter users. Photo: Casey Treloar CEDUNA: Ceduna mayor Allan Suter was happy to hear the government would continue the debit card following positive results in the first 12 months. Picture: Luca Cetta PORT LINCOLN: Andy Wilsdon scored 24 for Charlton against Tod River in the B grade. Photo: Jack Davies ARNO BAY: Brad Stringer takes the corner wide in the open wheelers category during the action-packed races at the weekend. Picture: Jodie Schubert TweetFacebook of ╳exitScroll through the gallery above to see the best photos taken by Fairfax Media South Australia’s regional journalists and photographers.