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Volunteer firefighter Dawn Stan with her Brian Shanahan Award for the Greendale Rural Fire Brigade Member of the Year. Photo Helen Tatchell

Sun shines on Dawn

By Jessica Howard

The dedication of four valuable Greendale firefighters has


been recognised.
Dawn Stan, Alex Gardener, Dylan Ross and Anne Dolphin
were praised for their bravery and dedication to the rural fire
brigade in an awards ceremony held in June.
Volunteer firefighter, Dawn Stan was endowed the Brian
Shanahan Award for the Greendale Rural Fire Brigade
Member of the Year.
Greendale captain, Damien Zabinskas said the award
recognised a number of key attributes shown over a 12-month
period.
The Brian Shanahan award represents someone who has
made an exemplary presentation of perseverance and team
work, someone who turns up frequently and is dedicated to
looking after the community, he said.
Brian Shanahan was one of our longest serving and most

looked up to and respected brigade members. The choice was


easy to name our member of the year award in his honour.
Mr Zabinskas said Mrs Stan was one of the brigades most
active female members, who is always keen to learn and
expand her abilities.
She works very well in a team and has always operated
appropriately in emergency situations and with the public.
She is always looking out for her fellow firefighters, he said.
Mrs Stan, also a member of the integration support staff at
Myrniong Primary School, said she had no idea she had been
nominated to receive the award.
I was totally surprised to receive such a prestigious award.
It is truly such a great honour to be nominated let alone
receiving an award like this, she said.
A volunteer for close to five years, Mrs Stan joins her
husband, Jason and daughter Kady in the brigade, with her
youngest daughter Leah a junior brigade member until 2014.

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Police want to speak to this man

The image of the man police would like to


speak to.
Andy Jones shared a joke with Bacchus Marsh Primary school students at the Lerderderg
Library. Photo courtesy - MSC

Library is such a joke

By Jessica Howard

The silence was broken


in the Lerderderg Library
last month as the sound of
childrens laughter echoed
throughout the building.
Childrens
entertainer,
Andy Jones exposed more
than 340 children from Bacchus Marsh schools and kindergartens to storytelling,
music, rhythm and rhyme in
an interactive session titled
Whats the Joke.
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The author of several bestselling books, including
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for Kool Kids, Andy allows
children to understand how
a good sense of humour can
be turned into something
fun to read.
Following the sessions, the
children were invited to
go back to school, home or
kinder and write their own
joke or story, or draw their
own picture about their ex-

perience at the library.


As one child responded,
Whats the tallest building in Bacchus Marsh? The
library, because it has the
most stories!
Or as another child, Lucy
said of the show It was that
funny, that everyone almost
started crying!
The Whats the Joke session was made possible by
Moorabools Best Start Program. For more information,
contact the Best Start Community Facilitator at Moorabool Shire Council on 5366
7100.

Major Collision Investigation Unit detectives have


released a FACE image to
assist in their investigation into a hit-run collision
that claimed a mans life in
Anakie on Mothers Day.
Cyclist Gordon Ibbs, 77,
died from injuries he sustained after he was struck
by a car on Geelong-Ballan
Road just after 2.30pm on
Sunday 10 May.
The vehicle involved failed
to stop at the scene.
Police located a burnt out
vehicle in a carpark just off
Cape-Otway Road in Wurdiboluc Reservoir, Winchelsea
at around 5pm on 12 May.
Its believed this vehicle
may be the same vehicle involved in the collision and is
currently undergoing forensic examination.

A VT commodore similar to the one that was


found burnt out. Photos - VicPol

Detective Inspector Bernie


Rankin from the Major Collision Investigation Unit
is urging anyone in the
community who knows
anything about this crime to
come forward.
We have received a number of anonymous phone
calls providing information
about Mr Ibbs death, Det
Insp Rankin said.
There are people out
there who know who is
responsible.
The person who struck Mr
Ibbs and left him to die on
the side of the road does not
deserve to be protected by
anyone. It was a callous and
cowardly act, and shows a
contemptuous attitude to
the value of a human life.
To leave the scene of a
crash where someone has
been hurt is just an extreme

act of selfishness. One asks


why the offender would do
this is he a disqualified
driver, was he intoxicated or
had he taken drugs?
Whatever the reason, he
put his own interests before
another human being, and
he should be condemned for
it.
Det Insp Rankin said investigators were convinced the
hit-run driver received assistance from at least one other
person after the crash.
I ask anyone who may
have assisted the offender
to consider their position, if
they come forward of their
own accord.
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V/Line anger remains


By Kate Taylor
The new multi-million taxpayer dollar Regional Rail
Link is an epic disaster
according to one commuter,
with hundreds of others venting their anger at
lengthy delays and a lack of
carriages.
Since the introduction of a
new timetable on 21 June,
trains through Bacchus
Marsh and Ballan on the Ballarat line, have been plagued
with problems including
consistently running late
and chronic overcrowding
with some trains full before
they even leave Southern
Cross Station.
A V/Line spokesperson said
the issues are being worked
on but put the problem at
least partially back on commuters, saying they can also
choose different trains to
travel on.
We know that some services have been less comfortable than others, so
were publishing our daily
patronage figures to help
people choose trains with
more available capacity, the
spokesperson said.
For example, the 5:19pm
train to Bacchus Marsh has
28 per cent of its seats occupied, while the train that
leaves Southern Cross just
16 minutes later, has all seats
occupied for at least part
of its journey. The capacity

Pollies jump on board

Joshua Morris talks to a commuter on his Ballarat to Melbourne return train journey.
Photo - submitted
figures are available from a
button on the home page at
vline.com.au.
Services being less comfortable than others include
passengers being forced
to sit in aisles and luggage
compartments with some
being unable to board, and
having to catch later trains.
The new timetable is an
epic disaster, said one commuter who did not wish to
be named.
Its a pretty simple calculation if there is no local work
and people cant get reliable
transport to their work, the

communities are no longer


viable places to live. The regional rail link has been a
win for some but an undeniable failure for others.
Two additional carriages
were added last week to
service morning and peak
trains on the Ballarat line
but many commuters say the
additions are too little too
late, stating that carriages
have been taken off the Ballarat line and put onto the
Geelong line.
Moorabool Shire Councillor
Allan Comrie, a bus driver
himself, confirmed at the

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July council meeting that


rolling stock had been taken off the Ballarat line and
put on the Geelong line.
Council CEO Rob Croxford
is speaking with passengers and V/Line to gather
information for a letter he is
writing to Public Transport
Victoria, VicTrack and V/
Line following a motion put
forward at the council meeting by East Ward Councillor Dave Edwards after the
matter was raised in Urgent
Business by fellow East
Ward Councillor John Spain.

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started a political trend by catching the 6.13am train
from Ballarat to speak with angry commuters about the
problems they are experiencing.
On the same day Member for Buninyong Geoff Howard
caught the 7.24am train from Ballarat to Southern
Cross last week to hear from commuters about the
problems however he declined to comment on when
the last time he had caught a train was.
I can appreciate peoples frustration that train services
on the Ballarat line over the past fortnight have not
been as smooth as expected, Mr Howard said.
Member for Melton Don Nardella was also unable to
remember the last time he caught a train but said he
has been in contact with many frustrated commuters.
For me its a matter of continuing the pressure on V/
Line while weve got these problems - and the biggest
problem is the lateness problem, Ive had people saying
its 10 to 15 minutes and thats not good enough, Mr
Nardella said.
Im absolutely disappointed with this new timetable
- but Im more disappointed for the people in the
community that have had to put up with this rubbish.
But V/Line is an independent statutory authority and
makes its own decisions, and the government gives
advice and points out problems, and they then need
to fix it.
Mr Nardella urged people to continue to write to him as well as to V/Line about the problems, and to sign an
online petition set up by frustrated commuters.
Conductors on the line are alleged to have also been
directing passengers to vent their anger by contacting
their local members of parliament about the issues,
while Facebook sites have also been set up.

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JustICE support
Year of the Hand

JustIce was a gift from Maggie to her son for his 22nd
birthday.
She wears a henna tattoo on the palm of her hand, with
an ancient symbol painted in the middle known as Jera
(pronounced Year).
Given the personal investment I hold in the gift of JustIce,
to my son, I took great care in selecting a logo that can
uphold a great change that will be challenging, as is in
the case of addiction, and even more in the case of ice
addiction where the grip is particularly relentless, she
said.
A rune that holds many meanings, Maggie said the
painting speaks of the hard work and determination
required to create abundance within ones self, and in
particular speaks to the meaning of harvest for a good
year.
Jera is a rune of patience and harmony with bringing
abundance and plenty. Jera has to do with timing. It is the
maxim: This too shall pass.
I wanted to give [my son] a better way of being, a place
he can access immediately for support and so I have. I
made him this place, where resources and knowledge is
all available in one place. When hes ready JustIce will
be waiting for him.
Maggie is conducting a Justice support group and wears a henna tattoo on the palm of her hand, with an ancient symbol
painted in the middle known as Jera (pronounced Year). Photo - Helen Tatchell
By Jessica Howard
While ice users are rightly
given attention, care and
support, their loved ones are
often left behind.
Thats something Maggie, a
former teenage heroin addict
and now the mother of an ice
user, knows all too well.
A clinical hypnotherapist
and former psychologist,
Maggie recently moved to
the Ballan area after a court
order against her son was
made for her own protection.

However, after experiencing a teenage addiction of


her own, Maggie says she
understands the traumatising world of drugs from
both sides.
And I honestly dont know
which is worse, she said.
People make these decisions over and over again
that are literally destroying
their own lives, however as a
partner, a parent or dear god
a grandparent, we naturally
try to protect the ones we
love, and most of the time we

can get hurt in the process.


Building from her own
experiences, Maggie has
created the support group
JustIce, which aims to show
anyone suffering from the
ice epidemic that they arent
alone.
Working alongside a Melton
mother of two, the support
sessions will be held weekly
at the Hudsons Hotel in
Ballan.
The sessions are open to
those who are struggling
with an addiction, as well as

those who are the supporters, however it is fundamental that they are separated.
The information, the message and the support is incredibly different, Maggie
said.
As a user whether they
are already on their path of
recovery or they are making
the decision to do so that in
itself is a different process.
And for the person who is
supporting that individual,
they are on their own path.
All recovery is different.

With a number of drug


support groups already out
there, Maggie said it was not
about starting something
new, but starting something
in collaboration with what
already works.
The sessions will be focused partially on the concept of AA meetings, but
it wont be using that same
step model. We are closely
following the Family Drug
Support model, which is
based on a realist level, and
the idea that any recovery is
good recovery, she said.
So if someone comes in

and they tell me that sobriety


is the way, or the methadone
program is the way, then Ill
sit there and Ill work out the
plan with them. Who am I
to tell people how to get off
their drugs? If they come up
with a recovery plan, they
are already halfway there.
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235/55R18 WERE $275.00 NOW $229.00

31/10.50R15 ALL TERRAIN WERE $199.00 NOW $169.00


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265/70R16 ALL TERRAIN WERE $220.00 NOW $184.00

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Ramps still a blame game


By Kate Taylor
Roads Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Warren
Truss has weighed in on the
Halletts Way debate.
A spokesperson for Mr
Truss responded to a call
by member for Melton Don
Nardella and Federal member for Ballarat Catherine
King to reveal where the
$7.6 million committed by
the previous Labor Federal
Government to build on/off
ramps is.
The spokesperson said that
Federal Government money
allocated to the project has
not gone missing it was
never committed to by the
State Government.
In April 2013, the Australian Government proposed
the reallocation of the remaining $7.6 million from its
$160 million commitment to
realign Anthonys Cutting at
Bacchus Marsh towards the
construction of new freeway
ramps at Halletts Way, the
spokesperson explained.
At that time the estimated
cost of the ramps was $9.7
million.
This proposal was conditional on the Victorian
Government agreeing to the

proposal and contributing


the remaining funding.
No formal agreement from
the Victorian Government to
this proposal was received.
Mr Truss spokesperson
said in April 2014, the Victorian Liberal Government
wrote to the Australian
Government seeking reallocation of the $7.6 million proposed for the freeway ramps
at Halletts Way to other projects in the Infrastructure
Investment Programme.
This request was agreed
and the $7.6 million was included in a pool of funding
that was allocated to other
projects in Victoria in the
2014-15 Federal Budget.
The funding of the freeway ramps at Halletts Way
and upgrades to Woolpack
Road are matters for the
Victorian Government and
Moorabool Shire Council.
We note that the Victorian
Labor Government has not
allocated any funding to this
project in its 2015-16 budget.
Given this situation, any
request to the Australian Government for funding
would need to be considered in the context of future
budget priorities.

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The Moorabool News 14 July, 2015 Page 9

Steam Returns to Bacchus Marsh


Photo: Adam Weise (WolfpacFotos)

To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the restoration of a steam locomotive R707, a re-enactment journey was held on
Sunday from Newport to Bacchus Marsh. Hundreds came out and lined the platform for the best vantage point. Local
photographers Robert Armstrong and Adam Weise captured the steam train as it pulled into the Bacchus Marsh station at
Maddingley. Photos: Robert Armstrong

Moorabool Shire Council


ORDINARY MEETING OF COUNCIL
The next Ordinary Meeting of Council will be held 5 August, 2015 in the James Young Room,
Lerderderg Library, 215 Main St, Bacchus Marsh, commencing at 5pm.
Members of the public are most welcome to attend.
COMMITTEE MEETING
The next section 86 committee meeting will be of the Development Assessment Committee,
tomorrow 15 July, 2015, in the Council Chambers, 15 Stead St, Ballan, commencing at 4pm.
Members of the public are welcome to attend.
DRAFT BACCHUS MARSH RACECOURSE RESERVE SITE MASTERPLAN &
ACTIVE SPORTS PRECINCT MASTERPLAN
Moorabool Shire Council has endorsed the Draft Bacchus Marsh Racecourse Reserve Site
Master Plan & Active Sports Precinct Masterplan for the purpose of public exhibition for an
eight week period and Council are inviting feedback on the Draft Masterplans during this time.
The Draft Masterplans are on exhibition until Thursday 30 July 2015 for the community
to provide feedback.
The Draft documents can be viewed at Moorabool Have Your Say
www.haveyoursaymoorabool.com.au or at Councils Customer Service Ofces:
15 Stead Street, Ballan
182 Halletts Way, Darley
Lerderderg Library, 215 Main St, Bacchus Marsh
Submissions can be made in writing and sent to PO Box 18, Ballan VIC 3342 or via
www.haveyoursaymoorabool.com.au
Please contact the Engineering Services Unit on 5366 7100 for further information.
FINANCIAL BUSINESS SUPPORT AND COUNSELLING FOR FARMERS
AND SMALL RURAL BUSINESSES
Rural Financial Counselling Service Victoria Wimmera South West - servicing people in
Moorabool Shire.
A Rural Financial Counsellor can meet you on your property, in the ofce of some other
convenient location. The service is free and independent of nancial institutions, welfare
organisations or government. Rural nancial counsellors are training to help the family identify
and assess the nancial options. The counsellor will be able to help with information, guidance
and support.
Counsellors based in Ballarat and Colac are available to assist people in the Shire of Moorabool.
The service can be contacted on 1300 735 578
Email: admin@wswrcs.com.au
Website: www.wswrcs.com.au

EMPLOYMENT
Council invites applications for the existing vacancies:
Coordinator Community Health & Safety Full-time
(Band 8 commencing at $93,682 + 9.5% super) applications close on 17 July 2015
Library Ofcer Childrens Programs Part-time
(Band 4 commencing at $55,282 pro rata + 9.5% super) applications close on 17 July 2015
Governance Coordinator Full Time (Band 7) applications close on 15 July 2015
**Please be advised we do not accept applications through agencies**
All details available from the website: www.moorabool.vic.gov.au
TRANSFER STATIONS NEW FEES 2015/2016
The new entry fees and tyre disposal fees for Councils Transfer Station will apply from
Monday 20 July, 2015, and are as follows:
ENTRY FEES:

TYRE DISPOSAL FEES

(Price per tyre)

Car or Station Wagon

19.00

Motor Cycle

10.00

Small Trailer or Utility

28.00

Car

9.00

Small Trailer (Heaped)

39.00

Light Truck & 4WD

13.00

Small Trailer (High)

50.00

Heavy Truck

27.00

Large Trailer

39.00

Heavy Truck Super Single

39.00

Large Trailer (Heaped)

62.00

Small Tractor

78.00

Large Trailer (High)

72.00

Large Tractor

156.00

Trucks (up to 5m )

50.00m

Earthmover

390.00

Mattresses

29.00 ea

Car (tyres on rim)

13.00

Light Truck & 4WD (tyres on rim) 16.00


Heavy Truck (tyres on rim)

23.00

PERMIT APPLICATION
The Responsible Authority will not decide on the application before 28 July 2015.
Location:
7 Baker Street, Darley

The application is for a permit to:


Vary Restrictive Covenant PS544486K to construct an
outbuilding within 30 metres of the rear lot boundary

Applicant for the permit is: Application reference No:


Ultra Sheds P/L
PA2015078
The applications can be viewed at: Moorabool Shire Council, 15 Stead Street, Ballan.
182 Halletts Way, Darley. https://greenlight.e-vis.com.au/moorabool. This can be done
during ofce hours and is free of charge. Any person who may be affected by the granting of the
permit may object or make other submissions to the Responsible Authority.

Moorabool Shire Council: PO Box 18, Ballan VIC 3342


Telephone: 03 5366 7100 Facsimile: 03 5368 1757 Email: info@moorabool.vic.gov.au

Web: www.moorabool.vic.gov.au

CEO: Rob Croxford

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Scenic has launched its 2016 Europe River


Cruise program which includes the launch of
a new river cruising destination - Portugals
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Luxury cruising on board the brand new
Scenic Space-Ship, Scenic Azure reveals the
charm and beauty of the verdant Douro
Valley that cuts across northern Portugal
with kilometres of stunning terraced
vineyards.
Scenic Azure has been purpose built to
offer an intimate cruising experience for
only 96 guests. Boasting the same allinclusive luxury experience synonymous
with the Scenic Space-Ships from private
butler service and unlimited complimentary
beverages to full size private balcony suites
with exclusive Scenic Sun Lounges. Plus
there is a vitality spa on the Sun Deck and a
guest lift between decks.
With no overnight sailing, the 11 day round
trip meanders along the sun-drenched
waterways of the Douro River taking in the
vineyards, historic towns and villages and
the rich culture this region has to offer.

As with all Scenic river cruises, guests


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expert local guides, all Scenic Freechoice
activities to personalise their experience plus
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It all started
with a book

Lerderderg Librarian Dale Johnston and Historian Frances Hannah (BMDHS) with the
exhibit. Photo - Graeme Mansell

By Jessica Howard
A timetable of the seven libraries of Bacchus Marsh is
now available for viewing,
with the first library dating
back to the 1850s.
Created by the Bacchus
Marsh and District Historical Society, the display was
led by local historian, Frances Hannah and includes
important dates, information and photographs on the
history of the towns public
libraries.
Bacchus Marsh and District
Historical Society president,
Chris Bronchinetti said historians gathered the information after librarian Dale
Johnston approached them
for help.
Our historians put together dot point dates and
history of the libraries and
then the work went to a local
picture framer to be set out
and framed for the display.
The work is now on display
in the Lerderderg Library,
she said.
For more information or to
view the display, visit the
Lerderderg Library at 215
Main Street, Bacchus Marsh.

The Moorabool News 14 July, 2015 Page 11

BALLAN DISTRICT
BALLAN
DISTRICT
HEALTH
AND CARE

HEALTH AND CARE


Rural Not-For-Prot Health Service delivering Acute,
Community, Aged and Child Care Services
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Souper Tuesday
Free Soup & Bread Roll Every Tuesday
Throughout Winter
All Welcome!

Congratulations & Thank You

The first library would have been on the left in Main St Bacchus Marsh looking west (circa 1850s) Photo courtesy Bacchus

Marsh & District Historical Society Inc

THE SKIN INN

Grow West Community


Planting Day 19th July

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than 1000 hectares of landscape rejuvenation and


planting over 1 million trees.
Grow West is celebrating 10 years of community
action and you are invited to join us. We will be

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planting 5000 seedlings within a planned habitat

Ballan District Health and Care

Brisbane Ranges National Park.

Sunday 19th July 9:30am to 4pm

Cow Hides Now Available


From $570 each
Ugg Boots from $79

For more information about the event and to


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Lot 7 Ironbark Road, Rowsley

The Exhibitions proceeds will be spent on


resources for the children.

Liven Up Your Week at


The Ballan Hospital Auxiliary
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Where:

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Hospital & Admin:


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Child Care Centre:
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As a long, cold winter approaches it may be


easy to lose sight of your fitness goals, but
with a brand new location, 24-hour access
and state of the art security theres no
excuse not to attend Bacchus Marsh Anytime
Fitness.
The convenient, affordable and fun gym
provides 24/7 access to its brand new Bennet
Street premises, which according to coowner Lina is bigger, brighter and better
than ever.
You can literally work out anytime, any
day, she said. We understand that a lot of
people do shift work, especially in Bacchus
Marsh, so Anytime Fitness provides people
with the key to workout on their own terms.
Whilst the centre is staffed during the
day by club manager Gary Galea and two
personal trainers, members are given their

own electric key to continue using the


cutting-edge strength training and cardio
equipment whenever they please.
And its all really safe, Lina said. We
have a state of the art security system
which includes emergency buttons in all the
bathrooms, and when pushed our security
team can see what is going on immediately.
Situated in the Bacchus Marsh Village
Shopping Centre on Bennett Street, Anytime
Fitness is conveniently placed right in the
middle of town and provides a relaxed
atmosphere for member convenience.
With monthly fees generally costing less
than the average monthly phone bill, it
doesnt cost a lot to achieve your fitness goals
at Anytime Fitness, so with great equipment
and boundless support from club staff
whats your excuse?

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The Moorabool News 14 July, 2015 Page 13

A bit more
tax for roads

By Kate Taylor

Oak Hill truffle dog, Sally with owner Ian Woodhouse. Photo: Helen Tatchell

Dog sniffs out truffles

By Jessica Howard

Searching the ground for


earthly treasures is nothing
short of normal for Oak Hill
truffle dog, Sally.
The Labrador works diligently to detect the elusive
aroma of truffles hidden
beneath the surface of the
farm, however as the season
progresses, Oak Hill Truffles are inviting the public to
pop on their gumboots and
join in.
With a fine harvest of quality truffles expected between
mid June and mid August,
the Gordon farm will be
host to two truffle inspired
events.
Hunt and Dine will offer
an insight into the search
and harvest of truffles
alongside Sally, and will be
followed by a four-course
truffle inspired lunch prepared by chef, Mark Mills at
The Plough, Myrniong.
Oak Hill Truffles co-owner,
Ian Woodhouse said the
event was expected to host
about 40 people on the truff-

By Kate Taylor

seeking, he said.
We walk down the road
with Sally and even though
you cant see the truffles
as they are underground,
she will detect the aroma.
She will then make a little mark in the ground and
wait for her reward, which is
cabana.
Mr Woodhouse said Sally
would also be joined by her
friend Ella, the truffle dog
from Black Cat Truffles,
Creswick.
They are both rescue dogs.
Weve had Sally for about
four years now, we got her
from the pound and she had
obviously been terribly mistreated, he said
She was petrified of anything that moved, it took us
about two months for her to
realise she was in a safe place
and now she has turned out
to be just a brilliant dog.
To meet Sally, or to attend
one of the Oak Hill Truffles
events, visit www.oakhill
truffles.com.au/ or contact
The Plough on 5368 7173.

Council clips

Councillors have voted to


adopt the updated 2013-17
Council Plan.
The vote at the July 1 council
meeting was unanimous.
The plan inclusive of the
Strategic Resource Plan was updated in line with
the 2015-16 annual budget
and the Statement of Human
Resources.
The plan is reviewed annually and was put out for
public comment earlier this
year, with no submissions
received.
Members of the public can
contact council to view the
plan.

ier and 70 at the restaurant.


We will start at about 10:30
for a really nice morning tea,
and that will be followed by
a general question and answers discussion. Then we
take people out in groups of
about 15 and we hunt down
some truffles, he said.
Afterwards people will be
invited back to the house
where they will have the
opportunity to buy truffles
or truffle-related products
and then we will attend the
Plough for a beautiful four
course meal.
In its third year, the Hunt
and Dine event will be held
on Saturday, July 18.
Mr Woodhouse said a second event, titled Snuffle the
Truffle would be held the
following weekend (July 25)
and would offer a hunt and
harvest followed by morning tea and truffle tasting.
We introduce people to the
world of truffles. Its all in
the scent of course, so when
the truffles reach maturity
they develop their aroma,
which is what people are

Moorabools
Community
Leadership Program has
been applauded by East
Ward Councillor and Deputy Mayor John Spain.
Cr Spain mentioned the program in his councillor report
to the July council meeting.
The Moorabool Community Leadership Program is
a council initiative involving a facilitator-led series of
workshops involving community leaders from across
the Shire, he explained after the meeting.
These are people who may
or may not already be leaders
of community groups and
are interested in developing
their leadership skills.
Cr Spain said that the workshops were held in the Bun-

garee Community Centre at


the recreation reserve.
The first tranche of workshop graduates celebrated
their graduation at Bungaree and the Mayor and myself attended the celebration.
Its been a huge success for
the participants and for the
council staff who ran the
program.
Funding is secure for the
next round of workshops
at least I believe. Increasing community capacity
has been a commitment of
Council for several years
and developing community
leaders is a big part of that.
More details about the program can be obtained from
councils Community Development Unit on 5366 7100.

When a shire with one of


the largest road networks in
the state gets an extra $3 million to spend on roads, it can
be hard to work out where to
start spending.
But that is just what Moorabool Shire Council will
undertake over coming
months.
The funding comes under
the Federal Governments
Roads to Recovery program which is itself funded
through fuel excise but
now, that excise will be tied
to Consumer Price Index increases twice a year.
Deputy Prime Minister and
Minister for Infrastructure
and Regional Development
Warren Truss said every

cent of the extra $23 billion


revenue raised through the
excise over the next decade
and beyond will be invested
in roads infrastructure.
The Government has
reached agreement with the
Labor Party for the passage
of the fuel excise indexation
legislation, an important element in our Budget repair
plan, Mr Truss said.
As part of our ongoing
commitment to road infrastructure, we will provide
an additional $1.105 billion
specifically for the Roads to
Recovery Programme over
the next two years.
Councils
Infrastructure
General manager Phil Jeffrey
welcomed the announcement, saying it is likely to
result in additional funds in

the order of $750,000 in 201516 and $2 million in 2017-18.


The funds will be an opportunity to bring forward
road reconstruction projects
and possible new works. A
plan for the funds will be
developed in the coming
months, Mr Jeffrey said.
This initiative will assist in
the infrastructure gap and
improving the condition of
the road network.
In terms of the excise
increase - for a motorist
who consumes 50 litres
of fuel each week, the impact amounts to 40 cents,
an impact that is expected
to be minimised through
congestion-busting
road
infrastructure.

London, Paris, New


York, Myrniong!
By Jessica Howard
From a Myrniong homestead to a New York City art
gallery Vesna Peko-Luketic
will have seen it all.
The owner of Myrniongs
Home on the Range Genuine Free-Range Eggs has
travelled to New York City
to exhibit her digitally produced artwork.
Originally a professional
painter and printmaker,
Vesna said she was introduced to digital painting by
her daughter, who insisted
she downloaded the playful
app Doodle Buddy.
It all started three years
ago when I started drawing
on a phone using the app, it
was just a bit of fun until I
was given an iPad and soon
realised that I could increase
my artwork to a large size,
she said.

Vesna said whilst she is still


essentially drawing on a
blank canvas, the ability to
create art with technology
allows her the freedom to
create on the go.
This method is an extension of what I have already
done in my arts practice and
provides exciting new possibilities for artists working
with traditional media, she
said.
Technology gives me the
freedom to express myself
without the need of a studio
facility its all encased in
my iPad or Apple computer.
Sourcing inspiration from
life, Vesna said the characters in her art are people seen
in clubs, bars or restaurants
and recreated in her mind in
order to express the lyricism
of rhythm, music and dance.
My work is about colour,

its about energy and emotion. Im more interested in


what I feel than what I see,
she said.
I could draw you exactly
as you look but thats just a
skill, art is more than that.
You have to capture the moment, the feeling and the energy it cant just be a piece
of decorative wallpaper.
Titled Rhapsody in Colour,
Vesnas exhibition is dedicated to her late friend Alan
Knipe, who gifted her with
an iPad and deeply supported her new medium.
Held at Agora Gallery in
New York, the exhibition
will run from July 7 July
28. For more information
and to view Vesnas work,
visit http://www.vesnapeko
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as possible. We can also quote off the plans
for new houses and we offer a large range of
fabrics that can be seen in our showroom.
Glenn and Kirstin are continually providing
quality support and reliability to not only
their customers but also to the wider
community.
We love this town, which is why we are
big on supporting clubs and organisations,
Glenn said.
We feel it is very important in such a small
town to support the town that supports us.
Western Screens Blinds & Awnings sponsor
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For more information or for your free
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Newborns in the district

Babies born recently at Bacchus Marsh and


Melton Regional Hospital.

On Tuesday 7 July at
6.24am, Plumpton couple
Nicole and Luke
BUTTIGIEG announced the
arrival of their first child, a
little girl Amiah, weighing
6lb 10oz.
Max Myer and Eliza White enjoy being messy. Photo Lisa Comerford

Messed up
playgroup

By Lisa Comerford
Its all messy fun at the
playgroup run by the Darley
Primary School.
The messier it is, the more
fun they have, laughs
teacher Helena Wilkie, who
runs the playgroups for babies and pre-schoolers.
I love seeing the kids get
stuck in and not worrying
if they get wet or covered in
paint, glitter or spaghetti.
The school has been running the playgroup for seven
years with Helena at the
helm and principal Simon

Cornock said she is like the


Energizer battery bunny!
She has such passion for
it, is always enthusiastic. We
just dont know where she
gets her endless energy, he
said.
Ms Wilkie has a love of craft
and a passion for helping
children learn and play, a
key component to a successful playgroup.
Mums and dads have the
opportunity to play, paint,
craft and have fun with
their kids, without having to
worry about their own furniture, walls and floors.

Ms Wilkie said there is a No


Phone policy that allows the
children to have their parents undivided attention.
Felicity Grove has been
bringing her children along
for four years and said they
look forward to the craft
activities.
Each week is different and
we make lots of beautiful
things to take home.
Ms Wilkie said the school
has been very generous to
the playgroup program.
They let me be as creative
as I want to be.

to respond in a supportive
way. This approach then allows the children to understand and manage their own
emotions.
Ms Sperling said that over
the programs five-year history, the school had received
a very positive response.
To date, weve had about
45 to 50 parents take part in
the six-week program and
the feedback and evaluation
forms have read really positively. There is a reconnect
meeting six-weeks after the
completion of the program
to ensure that the parents
are still working through the
steps, she said.
Whilst the program is a little theory based its also very
practical with role plays,
sharing experiences and
showing alternative ways to
work with children.

Tuning in to Kids will be


held from Tuesday July 28
at Darley Primary School,
however with limited space
available, Ms Sperling said
she hopes the program can
continue to run in the future.
We can only take 14 people,
which includes myself and
another facilitator. I have
been working with Councils Jade Moerenhout to fill
the spots, but if Council and
Darley Primary School continue to be committed then
this kind of program will
continue, she said.
We are so grateful to
Council because this is just a
really encouraging and non
judgemental program which
has so many positives.
For more information on
Tuning in to Kids, contact
Sharon Sperling on 5367
1558.

Program tunes into kids

By Jessica Howard
Local parents and children
can continue to be connected
thanks to a recent Moorabool Shire Council community grant.
A six-week parenting program, titled Tuning in to
Kids, will be held at Darley
Primary School for the fifth
consecutive year.
Darley Primary School
student wellbeing officer,
Sharon Sperling said the aim
of the program was to focus
on the emotional connection
between parents and their
children.
There is a strong focus on
emotional coaching, which
helps parents to be more in
tune with their children,
she said.
This coaching recognises
the childs emotional behaviour and teaches the parent

Theodore James
Thompson has been born
to Bacchus Marsh parents
Megan Tragjasi and
Alexander Thompson.
Arriving on Friday 3 July at
10.09am, Theodore
weighed 3780 grams.

Melton parents Cassandra


Payne and Aaron Grech
have welcomed their first
born child, a little girl.
Arriving on Thursday 9 July
at 8.28am, Skylette Chanel
Grech weighed 3290
grams.

Court in Action

By Jessica Howard

A Bacchus Marsh resident


who stole a bicycle for cheap
laughs has been pegged
with a $400 fine.
Jay May pleaded guilty to
one charge of theft in the
Bacchus Marsh Magistrates
court last Friday, after he
was caught stealing the
pink BMX bike from outside
an Echuca McDonalds, the
court heard.
On February 23, 2013, the
owner of the bicycle was
seated inside the fast-food
restaurant when she witnessed May unlawfully take
the bike, which was said to
be worth more than $200,
and ride away.
The victim attempted to follow the thief until she was
able to wave down a passing
police car.
May was intercepted and arrested at the scene, where he
stated he took the bike for a
bit of a laugh, and believed
he would have kept the item
for a couple of months before
throwing it away, the police
prosecutor said.
Mays lawyer said whilst
the case was quite out-dated
due to her client failing to
appear in court, the local

concreter had managed to


significantly mature since
the time of the incident.
The theft comes down to
a large sense of immaturity
from a boy in his early-20s,
however there has been a lot
of maturing in the last two
years, she said.
My client was going
through a troubled time
after he was king-hit in Ballarat by a stranger that same
year, which forced him to
fall and fracture his skull.
This left a psychological scar
that has allowed for a significant amount of maturing.
Magistrate Elizabeth Lambden said she accepted the
lengthy passage of time between the court date and the
incident, and fined May $400
with conviction.

A Bacchus Marsh father has


lost his license for a period
of 12-months after he was
charged with his second
drink driving offence.
On May 24 of this year, Anil
Gullapully was allegedly
driving east along Bacchus
Marsh Road when he noticed a booze bus ahead and
immediately turned around.
Police intercepted the ac-

cused and a preliminary


breath test was undertaken,
which produced a bloodalcohol reading of 0.060.
The probationary driver
also failed to show signs
of appropriate P-plates, the
court heard.
Mr Gullapully, who was
charged with a prior drink
driving offence in 2012, said
it was an honest mistake,
in which he believed after
three years he was allowed
to have a blood-alcohol reading of 0.05.
And I was driving my
wifes car, which is why
there were no plates, he
said.
Magistrate Lambden said
whilst both offences were
relatively low readings, the
accused should have learnt
his lesson the first time.
Your behaviour has only
opened the gate for disaster
that being the inability to
drive, which will then be
followed by a future alcohol
interlock device. I hope you
will learn from this, she
said.
Mr Gullapully was disqualified from driving for
a period of 12-months and
fined $717.

Progress at Stonehill

By Kate Taylor

A new $20 million shopping


centre will be built in Bacchus Marsh.

Devine and The Gull Group


has sold a development site
within its Stonehill master
planned community at Maddingley for an undisclosed
sum.
The purchaser of the land,

10 McCormacks Rd, has not


been disclosed but according to the selling agents,
Savills Australia, the company plans to build a $20 million neighborhood shopping
centre on the site.

The two hectare Neighbourhood Activity Centre site


occupies a highly exposed
corner location next door to
a proposed primary school

development at the $550 million Stonehill Community.


The approved plans allow
for the construction of a
neighbourhood
shopping
centre with a maximum
leasable floor area of 6000
sq m, including a full line
supermarket of 3800 sq m,
1480 sq m of specialty shops,
a service station and parking
for 265 cars.

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Dear Editor,

I have read many complaints from commuters,


in various publications, regarding train services since
the new timetables commenced on 21st June. Bacchus Marsh and Melton
have one extra peak service
each way daily and off peak
services have doubled from
hourly to half hourly during
the week albeit with fewer
carriages. Personally I am
impressed with the new service and if some passengers
did not spread and place
personal items, and feet on
seats, there would be seating available for everybody
on the shorter trains. Also
passengers from Rockbank,
Deer Park and Ardeer have
numerous former express
services stopping at these
stations so I cannot see what
they have to complain about.
David Ford

Maddingley

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their furniture etc. in a quite


large shed on the property.

Approximately one week


later my son was driving his
wife to work when I

received a phone call telling


me their shed was on fire.
Thankfully the
neighbours had called the
fire brigade, who after quite
a time finally put
out the fire.

Enough of the bad story,


now the good story; The
CFA volunteers from Ballan,
Greendale and Myrniong
are fantastic people; they not
only put out the fire, they
supplied tea for my son and
his wife that night and have
kept in touch with them to
see if they can do any more
for them. These volunteers
deserve a lot more help and
praise from the community.

Ill start the praise with


a very big THANK YOU
on behalf of our family
for what you all do for the
community.
Frank Organ

Dear Editor,

Bacchus Marsh

Just recently our son and his


wife moved to Ballan.

TOM

As they had to re-carpet


and paint the inside of their
house they stored most of

Dear Editor,
I have been very disappointed to find that our rail
services have not run well
since the introduction of the
new timetable to align with
the completion of the Regional Rail Link project.
Clearly, a smoother transition was expected. In directing my feedback back to V/
Line and the Minister for
Public Transport, I have been
assured that much is being
done to address the causes
of delays and to alleviate the
overcrowding which has occurred on some services.
Having travelled from Ballarat to Melbourne on a
morning peak service last
week I was able to gain further direct feedback from
regular commuters.
I note that the CEO of the
Committee for Ballarat, John
Kilgour correctly observed
that many of these problems are the result of a lack
of earlier investment in carriages and additional passing loops.
I further note that while the
former Liberal Government
did eventually continue on
with Labors Regional Rail
Link project, they did not
order any new carriages
in their first two years of
government and although
they promised a passing

loop at Ballan ahead of the


2010 election, this was never
constructed.

An alternate passing loop


at Rowsley was proposed
and it has been left to the
Andrews Government to
get this project happening,
with works to get underway
in coming months. Our government has also ordered 21
new VLocity carriages in its
first budget to help meet future demands.

Im pleased that The Andrews Labor Government is


very committed to investing in our public transport
services.

Clearly there is much to do


and while Regional Rail Link
has delivered extra peak services for Ballarat, Ballan and
Bacchus Marsh, more needs
to be done in terms of capacity and punctuality. I will
continue to seek feedback
from rail travellers and will
stay in close contact with
the Minister and V/Line
to ensure that Ballarat line
passengers get to appreciate
the reliable rail service that
Regional Rail Link can offer.
Geoff Howard MP
State Member for
Buninyong

A cut above
the rest

By Jessica Howard

Moorabool CFA members


have turned their attention
to motor vehicle accidents
in a series of joint training
drills.
On Sunday (28 June), 16
volunteer firefighters from
the Greendale, Ballan and
Myrniong Brigades undertook a training session in
order to better understand
how to react in a motor vehicle accident emergency
rescue.
Hosted by the Greendale
CFA, the training simulated
a person being trapped in
a vehicle and allowed the
volunteers to experience
stabilising the car and safely
cutting it open.
Greendale Brigade mem-

Environmental Opinion

ber, Monika Zabinskas said


with the closure of Fiskville
training centre, local brigades were being pushed to
provide more complicated
training for their volunteers.
This training allows us to
assist Ballan rescue when
attending motor vehicle accidents in the area, she said.
In addition to the weekly
training drills held each
Sunday, Ms Zabinskas said
the Brigade would be running a major training day
every two months and were
always looking for more
volunteers.
The Greendale Fire Brigade
would like to extend their
thanks to Adrian at Ballan
Motor Wreckers, who kindly
donated two cars to the
training day.

with Tom Kingston

It shall be the concern of the authorities to keep the country


habitable and to protect and improve the environment. - Dutch Constitution
I would like to mention
a few different issues this
week.
Issue One: July has been
promoted as Plastic Free.
The idea is for us to reduce
our use of plastic during
July. If you are interested in
some further facts on plastic
in our economic, social and
environmental worlds it is
worth looking up the website - Plastic Free July and
try reducing your plastic
footprint.
Issue Two: You might be
familiar with the news that
The Hague Court has recently ordered the Dutch
government to lower greenhouse gas emissions. So the
story goes, a district court
last week ordered the Dutch
state to reduce greenhouse
gas emissions at a faster
rate than the government is
currently targeting. A judge

in The Hague said the state


must ensure that the Dutch
emissions in the year 2020
will be at least 25 per cent
lower than those in 1990.
Based on current government policy, the Netherlands
will achieve a reduction of
17 per cent at most in 2020,
which is below the norm of
25-40 per cent for developed
countries, a summary of
the ruling said. The decision was a victory for environmental group Urgenda
Foundation, which filed the
lawsuit on behalf of nearly
900 Dutch citizens. The
parties agree that the severity and scope of the climate
problem make it necessary
to take measures to reduce
greenhouse gas emissions,
the summary said.
Arising from this decision
is the obvious one, can this
happen in Australia? Apparently under existing laws

it cannot. Australian solicitor Sue Higginson, of community legal centre EDO


New South Wales, said the
Australian legal system was
quite different from that in
the Netherlands, making a
case here unlikely. We dont
have the same words in our
legal instruments as some
of those European countries
have, she said. For example
Article 21 of the Dutch Constitution provides, It shall
be the concern of the authorities to keep the country
habitable and to protect and
improve the environment.
Now that is a constitutional-enshrined obligation on
the part of the Dutch government. So we dont have
those kinds of provisions
with the Australian constitution and we dont really
find those kinds of words or
provisions even within our
state constitutions.

Ms Higginson said Australias environmental laws


didnt include such provisions either, so lawyers
would have to find an alternative basis for a case. So
it would really be now the
challenge for good public
interest creative lawyers to
look for opportunities as
to whether in fact these avenues are there and we just
havent discovered them
yet. Or really, and probably more on point, our laws
need to change to provide
these avenues. Here, here.
Issue Three: I read this recently and found it of some
interest. The following argument uses descriptors,
which can be a danger as
they can be used to simplify
a position, but it makes for
interesting reading, if nothing else. According to this
division we, of the early 21st
century, fall into one of two

groups, dynamists and


catastrophists.
Dynamists are people who
see 21st-century modernity
as a basically successful civilisation advancing towards
a future thats better than
the past. They do not deny
that problems exist, but they
believe we can innovate our
way through them while
staying on an ever-richer,
ever-more-liberated course.
Dynamists of the Left tend
to put their faith in technocratic government; dynamists of the Right, in the
genius of free markets. But
both assume that modernity
is a success story whose best
days are ahead.
Catastrophists, on the other
hand, see a global civilisation that for all its achievements is becoming more
atomised and balkanised,
more morally bankrupt,

more environmentally despoiled. Whats more, they


believe that things cannot go
on as they are: that the trajectory were on will end in crisis, disaster, dgringolade.
Like
dynamists,
catastrophists can be on the Left
or Right, stressing different agents of our imminent
demise. But theyre united
in believing that current arrangements are foredoomed,
and that only a true revolution can save us.
I guess those who regularly read this column could
guess which side this writer
falls on and which side our
prime ministers cabinet
falls on.
What is your opinion?
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Ballan Cricket Club 2014-15 presentation night awards

Ballan Cricket Club held


their 2014/15 presentation
night at the end of the season with the evening a special one as both the Under 16
2nd XI and Division 1 teams
won their respective Grand
Finals.
The night began with the
Under 12 awards being
handed out by Coach Jake
Glissen, followed by the
Division 3 presentations
with Captain Troy Connor.
The 2nd XI Chris Mullane
Cricketer of the Year award
went to Hayden Micallef.
Hayden also won the bowling award with 17 wickets at
an average of 13.
Dylan Graham took out the
U14 cricketer of the year with
Thomas McGregor winning
the U16 cricketer of the year.
The Leigh Conroy Best

Clubman was awarded to


both Jordan Loughnane and
Peter McGregor.
A
Life
Membership
was awarded to Mick
Loughnane. Micks award
has been well deserved as
over the years he has been
Captain and Coach of the
Division 1 & 3 teams, coach
of both U14 & U16 teams,
committee member, current
President and Premiership
player for Ballan.
Division 1 player Noel Heafield received the top honour
when he was presented the
McConnell Family Club
Champion by David McConnell. Noels award follows up his BCA wins with
the Bernie Davey Medal and
Champion player for Division 1.

WHATS ON

John
Molesworth
presenting
Mick with his
Life
Membership.

Jordan Loughnane
& Peter McGregor:
Leigh Conroy Best
Clubman.

U14 Cricketer of
the Year Dylan
Graham.

Hayden Micallef:
Chris Mullane
Cricketer of the
Year.

New Life
Member Mick
Loughnane.

Noel Heafield
McConnell
Family Club
Champion.

Thomas McGregor:
U16 Cricketer of the
Year.

Photos:
Chris Thom

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MEETINGS

Bacchus Marsh Family Drug Support Group


For Family Members who have a loved one affected by drugs.
Enquiries - 1300 660 068.

Beginners Workshops for Aspiring Artists


Gordon Public Hall
July 25th, 2-4pm Ceramics workshop
August 1st, 2-4pm Ceramics continued
August 8th, 2-4pm Ceramics continued

Friends of Maddingley Park


Next working bee Wednesday 15th & Sunday 19 July,
10am-12noon. Meet at rose gardens. Working Bees every 3rd
Wednesday & Sunday of each month. All welcome. Enquiries
- 0418 171 119.
Lal Lal Moorabool Photographic Group Inc
Meeting 3rd Wednesday each month, 7pm. Soldiers
Memorial Hall, Lal Lal. Enquiries 5341 7535 or secretary@
lallalmooraboolphotographicgroup.org
Footscray Poultry Club (at Bacchus Marsh)
Meetings held 2nd Sunday of month, 2pm. Poultry Pavilion.
Racecourse Rec. Reserve, Balliang-Bacchus Marsh Rd,
Bacchus Marsh. All welcome Jack 9741 9705.

MARKETS

Ballan Lions Club Market


Saturday 1 August, 8am-1pm. 1st Saturday each Month.
Inglis St, Ballan. Enquiries - 0432 961 975 (Paul).
Darley Market
Saturday 25 July, 8am 1pm. Stalls offer bric-a-brac, fruit/
veg, clothing, plants and more. 1st & 3rd Saturday each
month at Darley Park Football Reserve. Enquiries 0488 345
145 (Alan).

JESUS

September 5th, 2-4pm, More Oils, (if required)


Refreshments provided
Fee of $10 per workshop

IS
COMING SOON
ARE YOU
READY?

Numbers are strictly limited.


To book or for enquiries, please contact:
Mary-Teresa Ritchie, 0411 332 799

PH 0434 341 797

August 15th, 2-4pm Patchwork workshop


Bring needles, thread, buttons, sharp scissors
August 22nd, 2-4pm Mosaic workshop
Bring: hand held tile cutter, broken tiles or crockery
August 29th, 2-4pm Basic introduction to Oil Painting
Bring paint brushes if you have them

Ballan Farmers Market


Next Market Saturday 8 August, 9am-1pm.
2nd Saturday each month, Mill Cottage car park. Enq 0498
361 291 or 0490 114 130.

CHURCH

B3 Community Focused, family friendly church with a


difference. Services every 2nd & 4th Sundays at Avenue
Bowling Club, Main St, Bacchus Marsh.

Anglican Parish of West Moorabool


Ballan, Bungaree, Morrisons and Gordon
Service Times - Sunday 19July -St Johns Bungaree, 9am;St
Johns Ballan, 9.30am; St. James Morrisons, 9am.Enquiries
-Glen Wesley 5368 2730.

Bacchus Marsh Uniting Church Parish


Services - St Andrews 9.30am every Sunday (3rd Sunday of
month Family Service). Pentland Hills 2pm 1st Sunday of
month. Enq 5367 2543 (office) or www.themarshuca.org.au

Holy Trinity Anglican Church - Bacchus Marsh


Service Times - Sundays 8.30am & 10am; Wednesdays 10am;
Balliang - 2nd & 4th Sundays 9am; Myrniong - 1st & 3rd
Sunday 11am; Messy Church - 3rd Sunday 5pm. Enquiries
5367 5362 (office).
Church of the Living God
Christian youth ministry and bible teaching. 2nd Sunday
of every month, 5pm. Open to all ages. At 14 Darcy St
Maddingley. Enq 0408 260 727.

Bacchus Marsh Baptist Church - Sundays, 10:30am


Worship Service and Childrens Program. Phone 5367 6550
for more details.
Our Lady Help of Christians Korobeit
Sunday Mass 11.30am (2nd & 4th Sunday of Month).

Ballan Uniting Church


Services 1st, 2nd & 3rd Sundays 11.15am. 4th Sunday 9.30am
Reflective Worship.
Golden Harvest Christian Fellowship
Non denominational - Prayer every Sunday 10am, Mens
KYB Monday evenings 6pm. Ladies KYB Wednesday 1pm.
Further details 0429 681 566.
Bacchus Christian Fellowship
Sunday Services 11am, RSL, Main St, Bacchus Marsh Enq.
Jim 0434 341 797. Bible Studies Wednesday 7pm, Enq. Donato
0411 289 561.
Bacchus Marsh Life Church
Meeting 10am every Sunday at the BM College Drama Room,
in Grant Street. Enquiries Pastor Merv - 0412 290 036.

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A Large Entertainer!

The challenges
of relocating
bought it, apart from normal
wear and tear. Its important
that all fixtures, especially
dishwashers and light-fittings, are in place.

Enzo Raimondo
CEO, REIV

5 Walsh Street Ballan


$469,000

Buying a new home is exciting and so, too, is living in


it. But relocating from one
home to another can be a
challenge.

If big and spacious is what your looking for then this


property is a must! This home of appx. 30 squares of
luxury living boasts quality throughout. 3 bedrooms
all with carpet and BIRs, Master with a WIR and
ensuite, with shower, toilet and vanity, plus a study or
4th bedroom. The large open plan living areas include
kitchen with 6 burner 900ml free standing stainless
steel stove, large island bench and a pantry, dining/
family room featuring polished timber hardwood
flooring throughout with reverse cycle heating/
cooling. Bi-fold glass doors will lead you out onto the
rear entertainment area big enough to host any type
of gathering. This area features Mirboo decking,
bistro blinds and ceiling fans. Stepping off the deck to
landscaped gardens and a huge shed including double
roller doors and a work shop area with wood heating,
plus a separate double carport under roofline. All of
this set on a large block of approximately 1067 M2 close
to all amenities Ballan has to offer.

The key to moving house is


to plan ahead, ideally as early as possible before the day
arrives when you need to
shift an entire house full of
furniture and whitegoods.

You should be aware on


the day you successfully
bid at auction, or purchase
through a private sale, of
the settlement period on
your new house. If not, the
contract of sale specifies this
settlement period, which is
usually 30, 60 or 90 days. Assuming you are moving out
of your old home and into
your new one on settlement
day, thats how long you
have to get organised.
Make a plan as soon as possible, including the important tasks to hand over your
old home and take possession of your new one.

R E A L

E S T A T E

Ph: 5368 1455 OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK


128 INGLIS STREET, BALLAN

B A L L A N

It should include key items


relating to getting organised
for the move - including,
close to settlement day, conducting a final inspection of
your new house.
The vendor must leave the
home as it was when you

Those rules apply to you,


too. If your house was in top
condition for sale, it pays to
leave it in a similar way. So
mow the lawn, fix any breakages and restore it close to
how it appeared when it was
sold, ahead of the handover.
Planning ahead avoids tackling those tasks at 5am on
settlement day.

If using a removal company,


ask for their moving checklist. Most companies have
one listing pre-move tasks
everything from redirecting
mail, reconnecting services
and changing your address
with utilities.
If your removal is DIY, it
pays again to be organised.
Pack as many boxes as you
can well ahead of the move,
especially the items you
dont need to access for some
time.

Many vendors will let you


take measurements during
the settlement period. If not,
its worth making as many
notes as possible when you
conduct the final inspection,
including the size of each the
main rooms in the house.

Remember to give the keys


for your old house to your
selling agents if they dont
have them. Collect your
new keys on settlement day
well before the removalists
arrive.
Longing to celebrate your
great new purchase? The
time to open that bottle is
after your move.

33 Inglis Street, Ballan

A rst class, family future in the prized location, could be yours to enjoy with this impressive 1193m2 corner allotment. Presented
with the utmost style and class, this brick veneer residence boasts: three bedrooms, master with a luxurious two way ensuite with
step up corner spa, with BIRs in the remaining bedrooms, a cosy lounge with gas heating, spacious kitchen and meals, formal
dining, bright family room with split system. This property sits amid tailored gardens which include a charming garden bridge,
paving designs, and a well-protected alfresco zone. Within minutes to the notable Werribee River, and just minutes to the heart of
Ballan, this property snugs the surrounding fauna and rural land. Arrange an inspection today as you will be impressed.

Price: $390,000 - $420,000

Formerly Jens Gaunt

51 Lydiard Street South


BALLARAT
Phone 5331 1111

Agent: Chris Leonard

0409 0409 23

www.prdballarat.com.au

MN0506G

Stylish Residence on Generous Land in Ballan

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MN0550G2

LEN SMITH

www.lensmith.com.au

REAL ESTATE

Premier Renovator/Development Opportunity - NEW LISTING

A Touch of Paradise - NEW LISTING

BACCHUS MARSH 9 Shea Street

Land size of approx 589sqm. Features a spacious lounge with gas


heating & split system a/c, wood heater, modern kitchen with quality
appliances, 3 good sized bedrooms, neat & tidy bathroom and
laundry, freshly painted throughout, polished timber flooring is a real
feature. Outside is a covered pergola area, single carport & garden
shed, very well established garden setting. Located only minutes to
Main Street Shops, Schools, Medical Facilities, & Train Station. Dont
miss this opportunity.

Inspect: By appointment
Price: $269,000
Len Smith: 0418 343 754
Web Id: -

ELDORADO - NEW LISTING

BACCHUS MARSH 3 Franklin Street

Superb family friendly address positioned in a tree lined street on a


block of approximately 900sqm. Comprising of 4 spacious bedrooms,
large lounge, high ceilings, neat bathroom, renovated kitchen, dining
room, and sun room at the rear of the home. Outside features double
carport, separate workshop/garage, teenagers retreat/bungalow.
Gardens with fruit trees, veggie garden, fernery and assorted shade
houses. Conveniently located close to Grammar & Bacchus Marsh
Secondary College, shops, Maddingley Park and public transport.

Inspect: By appointment
Price: $299,000
Len Smith: 0418 343 754
Web Id: -

BACCHUS MARSH 56 Masons Lane

Inspect: By appointment
Price: $345,000
Len Smith: 0418 343 754
Web Id: -

Town Central!

BACCHUS MARSH 20 Young Street

Inspect: Sat 12.00 - 12.30pm


Price: $329,000
Len Smith: 0418 343 754
Web Id: -

Inspect: Sat 11.00 - 11.30am


Price: $379,000
Len Smith: 0418 343 754
Web Id: -

Location, You Will Love It!

In the centre of town!

A chance to renovate or redevelopment. In the same family ownership


for over 65 years this cement sheet clad home sits on a huge 1163
sqm allotment with general residential zoning. 3 bedrooms, study,
living room, kitchen/meals area and bathroom. Separate large
character styled one bedroom bungalow with living/kitchen area.
You have the chance to build your dream home here or use for unit
development S.T.C.A. It is all here for you! Ideally located to popular
Primary Schools, Village Shopping Center and Masons Lane Reserve.

Popular Maddingley!

BACCHUS MARSH 13 Stamford Close

You will think you have struck gold when you discover this
magnificently located central vacant block of land that is perfectly
positioned to Main Street Shops, popular Primary Schools,
Medical Facilities and the Railway Station. Approximately 650
sqm in size and tucked away at the end of a fabulous court this
block offers the potential to build your dream home or make a
great development site.

BACCHUS MARSH 91 Gisborne Road

Occupying a generous 929sqm (approx) block of land, this original


3 bedroom home is limited only by your creativity. Providing 3 large
bedrooms and a centralised kitchen with formal dining area, brightly
lit living room, separate laundry, neat & tidy bathroom. The home
provides all the essential foundations for creative refurbishment with
ample space for extension. Centrally located to Main Street Village
Shopping, Premier Primary Schools, Masons Lane Sports Reserve, &
Railway Station.

BACCHUS MARSH 29A Graham Street

Superbly designed with Northerly aspect. Absolutely immaculate


inside and out, boasting high ceilings, double hung windows,
large lounge room with adjoining meals/dining area and quality
kitchen with walk-in pantry. Family sized bathroom with double
shower, low allergy floor heating and evaporative cooling. Single
garage/workspace with auto remote, front verandah, sun soaked
courtyard area, low maintenance garden and a side fernery. Close
to Main Street Shopping, Cafes and Railway Station.

Inspect: By appointment
Price: $345,000
Len Smith: 0418 343 754
Web Id: -

Modern family retreat!

You could not find a better location to Bacchus Marsh Village


Shopping Centre and local Primary Schools. This solid brick home Inspect: By appointment
is worthy of a renovation or for someone to start up a business
from here, (S.T.C.A). 3 bedrooms, lounge, dining, kitchen/meals.
Price: $379,000
Set on a large block the possibilities are endless, call today!
Len Smith: 0418 343 754
Web Id: -

166 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh

DARLEY 127 Holts Lane

Modern family retreat! This flawlessly presented home delivers


practical family living. Comprising of 4 bedrooms master with ensuite and walk-in robe, 2 generous living areas, separate study,
stunning kitchen, with caesar stone bench tops and quality
stainless steel appliances. Outside there is a double sized alfresco
entertainment area, for all year round usage. Beautiful gardens
and double garage. Style unsurpassed.

Phone: 5367 8128

Inspect: By appointment
Price: $439,500
Len Smith: 0418 343 754
Web Id: -

Mobile: 0418 343 754

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The Moorabool News 14 July, 2015 Page 21


MN0550G2

LEN SMITH

www.lensmith.com.au

REAL ESTATE

BANOOL AUCTION

BACCHUS MARSH
51 Main Street
This substantial original Californian styled
brick residence was built in 1929 and is
advantaged by a coveted North-East aspect
offering glorious views overlooking the
Bacchus Marsh Township, located within
walking distance to all local amenities.
Set on a magnificent allotment of
8890sqm (approx.) represents an excellent
opportunity for a potential subdivision
development S.T.C.A.
Alternatively the home boasts grand
reception area, high decorative ceilings,
timber flooring, leadlight windows, feature
timber wall panelling define elegant formal
rooms. Accompanied by 4 bedrooms, two
bathrooms, study, and all living areas
overlooking old styled gardens.
Zoned General Residential, this redevelopment opportunity enjoys close proximity
to Village Shops, Cafes, Restaurants, Train
Stations and Great Schools.
Terms 10% Deposit
Balance 30-60 days

Inspect: Saturday 1:00-1:30pm


Auction: 15th August at 11am
On Site
Len Smith: 0418 343 754

GREAT LOCATION! AUCTION

BACCHUS MARSH
33 Franklin Street
Great opportunity to secure this charming
well presented home in a beautiful tree
lined street in the popular Maddingley
area. All within easy reach of schools,
shops, tennis courts, Maddingley Park and
the Railway Station.
Set on a large corner allotment of 1011sqm
(approx.) makes this property extremely
appealing to the intelligent investor.
With a comfortable interior the home
reveals 4 bedrooms (2 with BIRs), high
ceilings, timber kitchen with electric
appliances, central bathroom, laundry
with second shower and walk in linen,
and a huge lounge where you can enjoy
the beautiful views of the Werribee River
Reserve.
Outside is a conveniently located double
garage, 12m x 5m powered workshop, well
established gardens, wide north facing
patio area. General Residential Zoning.
Land size 20.12m x 50.29m.
Terms 10% Deposit
Balance 30-60 Days

Inspect: Saturday 10:00-10:30am


Auction: 1st August 11am
On Site
Len Smith: 0418 343 754

166 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh

Phone: 5367 8128

Mobile: 0418 343 754

Email - news@themooraboolnews.com.au

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John Kontek
R E A L

E S T A T E

OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK

B A L L A N

BALLAN

DALES CREEK

$495,000

$469,000

10/25 Lay Court

96 Cowans Drive

COURT LOCATION

ESCAPE TO THE COUNTRY!

5 bedroom, 2 bathroom home set on approx.


3 acres of forested land.
Large open plan kitchen, dining and family area
with combustion wood heating, reverse cycle split
system and ducted. The master bedroom offers
a parents retreat, walk through robe and ensuite
which requires finishing. The family bathroom
has bath, shower and vanity with separate toilet.
The kitchen offers free standing gas/electric stove,
dishwasher and granite bench tops. Outside offers
garden and chook sheds and an American style
barn of approx. 9x9m with hot and cold water
connected, wood heater and power with cement
floor. The home features large return verandahs
and cathedral ceilings with under house storage
and 2 x 20,000 litre water tanks.

3 bedroom b/v set on appx 2770m . All bedrooms


with BIRs with the master having an ensuite with
shower toilet and vanity and a WIR. Open plan
kitchen dining family areas with timber flooring.
Modern kitchen with a WIP, electric wall oven, gas
cook top and a dishwasher. Main bathroom has
separate bath and shower and toilet. Reverse cycle
ducted heating/cooling plus gas energy saver in the
kitchen/family area. Rear covered decking area, a
20x30 shed, 2x water tanks. Chicken pens and
vegetable gardens for the whole family to enjoy. All
completed with lovely kept grounds and gardens
in a quiet court location close to all amenities. An
inspection is sure to impress.
2

Open for inspection


Sat 18th July 12.301.30pm

Ph: 5368 1455

BALLAN
8 Flack Street

$460,000

NE
OW

E
YS S
R SA

LL!

SPACIOUS DOUBLE STOREY

BUNGAL

1329 Egerton Ballark Road

$410,000

OWNER SAYS SELL!

Stepping into this newly renovated double


storey timber set home you will find all of the
space and comfort you require. The property
is set on a larger than average block of appx
1800 M2 with low maintenance manicured
gardens. Freshly painted inside and out
including the roof, with an office/studio, a
single lock up garage with cement flooring,
a wood shed and a double carport with wellmaintained fencing. If a little extra space and
some fresh country air is what youre searching
for then this property is one not to be missed.

Three bedroom timber home set on approx 20


acres. Open plan kitchen, dining and lounge
room with combustion wood heater and reverse
cycle a/c. All bedrooms with BIRs and carpet.
Family bathroom with shower over bath, vanity
and separate toilet. Large front balcony. 2 car
carport. 2 car garage approx 9m x 7m with
cement floor and power. Second shed/workshop
approx 7m x 5m. 2 dams stocked with trout. The
property was formerly Lovers Leap Nursery
which has shade houses, irrigated nursery
beds and sundry outbuildings. The property is
divided into 3 paddocks with good farm fencing.
Orchard of mixed fruits plus Moorabool river on
eastern boundary.

GORDON

WALLACE

$540,000 2 ACRES

$415,000

370 Butterfactory Road

704 Bungaree-Wallace Road

Set amongst matured trees and gardens this


spacious brick home has 4 bedrooms all with
BIRs with the master having an ensuite with a
corner spa bath, separate shower, toilet and
vanity. Study or possible 5th bedroom. Formal
lounge plus a family room both with carpet.
Combustion wood fire built into the existing
chimney. The kitchen provides a combustion
stove as well as an electric stove, with tiled
floor coverings, a pantry, a ceiling fan and
a reverse cycle AC. Main bathroom with a
shower, separate bath and tastic lighting/
heating. Gas hydronic heating throughout.
Alfresco dining area, 2 car LUG plus a large
40 x 40 shed with power and cement flooring.
A chicken pen, bore water which is drinking
quality, plus tank water and a second paddock.

SPACE FOR THE FAMILY


Neatly presented 3 bedroom Timber set home offers
comfortable family living on approx 1.75 acres, with new
carpet, floor tiles and window coverings throughout.
The kitchen provides a gas stove, dishwasher, ceiling
fan and new tiles. Dining room has a reverse cycle air
conditioner. 2 of the 3 bedrooms have BIRs, the master
has a walk through robe which leads to an ensuite with a
toilet and vanity. All bedrooms are carpeted. The family
bathroom includes a separate bath/shower and toilet is
separate. The laundry offers storage and tiled flooring.
Patio/entertaining area, two car garage with cement
flooring, wood heater and remote roller doors. There
is also a storage shed and a single LUG with cement
flooring. Great access to the Western Freeway and only
10 minutes out of Ballarat.

BALLAN

BALLAN

$310,000

$299,000

108 Edols Street

72 Edols Street

GOOD SIZE BLOCK IN THE


HEART OF TOWN

NICE AND CENTRAL


Set on an approx. 502m2 block and located
centrally in the lovely Ballan township. This
brick veneer home offers 3 bedrooms, each
carpeted and with BIRs. The kitchen provides
gas cooktop and oven with ceiling fan over
the meals area and the cosy loungeroom
offers gas heating. All kitchen/meals/living
areas with polished hardwood timber flooring
throughout. The bathroom offers shower,
separate bath, toilet and vanity. Outside you
will find, a single carport attached to the side
of the house, small garden shed for storage
and a rear verandah. New colorbond fencing
surrounds the property.

2 bedroom timber home set on approximately


1/4 acre (1000m2). Situated in the heart
of town opposite the Ballan Recreation
Reserve. 2 minute stroll to main street shops
and railway station. The home offers 2 large
bedrooms 1 with BIR, 1 with walk in robe,
open plan kitchen, dining and lounge with gas
heating. The home features new carpet, wide
full return verandas, a free standing double
lock up garage with cement floor and wood
heater.

John Kontek
R E A L

E S T A T E

B A L L A N

128 INGLIS STREET, BALLAN

Geoff Taylor
Director / Sales Manager
0413 662 925

Dave McLennan
Sales
0448 677 772

Email - news@themooraboolnews.com.au 

The Moorabool News 14 July, 2015 Page 23

arbee real estate

OPEN FOR INSPECTION

OPEN FOR INSPECTION

Sat 18th July 11.30am-12.00pm


ASKING $279,000

EASY TO PLEASE, EASY TO BUY

Bacchus Marsh

Sat 18th July 10.30-11.00am

5/125 Gisborne Road

Located perfectly for easy and close access to shopping centre, doctors, dentist, public transport,
as well as easy freeway access. This modern 2 bedroom villa offers both privacy and space with
features that include built in robes, air conditioning, quality appliances, rear and side courtyards,
garage with interior access.
PID: 796366

ASKING $420,000

DESIGNED TO IMPRESS

Bacchus Marsh

11a Waddell Street

Situated right on the doorstep of Bacchus Marsh CBD, just moments stroll to Cafes, Shops, Hotels & The
Village Shopping Centre. This ideal investment opportunity boasts features that include, 3 bedrooms,
2 bathrooms, modern kitchen, carpeted living areas, generous laundry, remote controlled garage with
internal access, outdoor entertainment/BBQ area, heating & cooling upstairs and downstairs, own
separate title, no body corporate.
PID: 795574

OPEN FOR INSPECTION


Sat 18th July 12.15-12.45pm

ASKING $395,000

YOU CAN SEE FOREVER!

Bacchus Marsh

3 Gleneagles Court

Situated in the Golf Links estate is this three bedroom dwelling. Consisting of kitchen/dining, formal
living, rumpus, balcony which has views all over Bacchus Marsh, main bathroom & ensuite to master
bedroom, heating & cooling, double garage and much more only an inspection will reveal. Externally
we have a generous size block of land, pergola area, loads of storage, views that are just stunning
wherever you look.
PID: 755330

ASKING $272,000

A WINNING UNIT

Bacchus Marsh

8/189 Gisborne Road

This immaculate unit is located close to the Darley Plaza & Gisborne Road, and features 3 bedrooms, a
big lounge with R/C air conditioner & a gas console heater. A great kitchen, meals area, bathroom with
bath & shower, separate WC and a good size laundry are all part of this neat package. Externally we have
a single garage with rolladoor, and a nice courtyard and garden completes the picture. With instant appeal
to owner/occupier or investors, this is a must see unit. Book an inspection soon.
PID: 798753

OPEN FOR INSPECTION


Sat 18th July 11.00-11.30am

PRISTINE PRESENTATION ON AN ACRE PLUS

Bacchus Marsh

22 Manning Boulevard

ASKING $675,000

Beautifully presented property set on 4900 with landscaped gardens. Custom built by Ken McLean this
home features multiple living spaces including grand sunken lounge, living room with cathedral ceilings,
open fireplace with Travertine mantelpiece, hearth & surrounds. Kitchen has granite benchtops, St
George oven & grill & Fisher & Paykel dishwasher. The bedrooms are of generous proportions with large
BIRs, main bedroom with ensuite & WIR & separate toilet.
PID: 797900
2

ASKING $385,000

COLONIAL ENTERTAINER

Bacchus Marsh

8 Todman Court

Situated in a quiet court location in the Underbank Estate, this home is the ultimate entertainer.
A well laid out 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home with two separate living areas, expansive outdoor
entertainment area and beautiful timber kitchen with stainless steel appliances. Ducted heating
& ducted cooling compliment the overall package. Situated on a substantial 930 square metre
block.
PID: 788162

OPEN FOR INSPECTION


Sat 18th July 12.00-12.30pm

QUALITY CONSTRUCTION IN GREAT LOCATION

Bacchus Marsh

31 McCullagh Street

ASKING $410,000

This quality built Peter Clarke home comprises a master with an ens & WIR, 2 spacious bedrooms with
BIRs + a study or fourth bedroom. Family sized kitchen including a large breakfast bar which is all part of a
light filled family, dining & lounge room. The living areas lead out onto a large alfresco/pergola area. All set
on 880sqm block with landscaped gardens complete with a veggie patch. Ducted heating, evap cooling,
high ceilings, double remote garage with internal & rear access.
PID: 801353

Daryl Gould
0409 233 157

Bob Gunnell
0417 566 951

140 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh

WHY BUILLD? THE WORKS ALL DONE

Bacchus Marsh

56 Halletts Way

ASKING $420,000

Immaculately presented 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom family home with the security and privacy of brick front
fence is a serious alternative for anyone considering building a new home. Separate formal lounge at the
front & the family room/meals area is adjacent the kitchen which has a wall oven, dishwasher & breakfast
bar. Ducted heating and cooling, double garage, fantastic paved & covered outdoor entertaining areas
and fully landscaped, low maintenance gardens.
PID: 801653

Peter Leonard
0429 671 990

Ph 5367 2333

Steve Creese
0475 888 101

Ian McDonald
0418 522 549

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CANCERJune 22-July 22
Combining diverse interests makes for an intriguing
week. Key strides can be made in your career, but dont
force any issues. A contest of wit is featured - who wins
is not the issue.

Stars & Puzzles


LEOJuly 23-August 22

A temperamental friend becomes calmer, thanks largely


to your influence. You and a new acquaintance discover
an important common interest. A lighter touch is important in relationships.

QUICK PUZZLE

ARIESMarch 21-April 20
Opting for fame over fortune is the weeks trend. Awards
and perhaps small bonuses are featured now. Temptations
are abound through the weekend. Selectivity is the
byword here.
TAURUSApril 21-May 22
Supervisors are more generously disposed to your ideas.
Advancement may be in the current picture. Home life
becomes hectic and an older relative appreciates your
company more than you realize.
GEMINIMay 23-June 21

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Free (10)
Banter (10)
Promise (4)
Cease (4)
Bird (4)
Daze (4)
Dog (9)
Formerly (4)

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
12.
13.
15.
17.
18.
20.
21.
23.

DOWN
Lukewarm (5)
Appeal (5)
Swiss city (6)
Cupboard (6)
Cut (4)
Bribe (9)
Statement (9)
Cat (4)
Masticate (4)
Element (6)
Quantity (6)
Frequently (5)
Stupid (5)
Blow (4)

CRYPTIC PUZZLE

ACROSS
1. Distinguishing mark the spy has? (4). 7, Have the girl
write in errata (9). 8. A trip, free, to the East (4). 9. The
return Rubbish! does shock (4). 10. No Thanks. Take it
inside for the bird (4). 11. The white ones are small (4).
14. Theres a change of heart at sixty (10). 16. A home
with beds in it? (6,4). 19. Trees figure in half the novels
(4). 22. A lovely girl having something to eat (4). 24. Was
the teacher, when speaking, tense? (4). 25. What you
asked the grocer for when turning to leave? (4). 26. And
I changed the name previously (2,7). 27. Had put ones
finger on it, one sensed (4).
DOWN
1. The lesson is to be ethical (5). 2. Bank the gold out
East (5). 3. The young will always be untidy (6). 4. Touch
something wet in the bathroom (6). 5. Steal the jug (4).
6. Accommodation in Government House? (9). 12. Fretful, say youre under medical care (9). 13. Half the pupils from the farm (4). 15. Giving a reduction to the English is shrewd (4). 17. All right. Still fresh (3,3). 18. Start
with a meal out (6). 20. Permission to abandon (5). 21.
Tear a hole in the picture (5). 23. He and I had gone
inside to lie low (4).

CRYPTIC SOLUTIONS
Across - 1, Mole. 7, Mis-print-s. 8, Rid-E. 9, Stun (rev.).
10, (ta)K-it-e. 11, Lies. 14, Threes-core. 16, Garden flat.
19, (nov)El-M-s. 22, Dish. 24, Taut (taught). 25, Sa-go.
26, In ad-Vance. 27, Felt.
Down - 1, Moral. 2, Lodg-E. 3, Litter. 4, Sponge. 5, Nick.
6, State-room. 12, Im-patient. 13, Stud(ents). 15, CutE. 17, Not bad. 18, L-a-unch. 20, Leave. 21, Sh-O-ot.
23, H-Id-e.

SOLUTIONS - CROSSWORD NO. 8911

QUICK SOLUTIONS
Across - 7, Breathtaking. 8, Master. 9, Crater. 10, Shallow. 12, Stake. 15, Tramp. 16, Started. 18, Plunge. 20,
Lavish. 22, Fiddlesticks.
Down - 1, Breather. 2, Part. 3, Cheroot. 4, Match. 5,
Disaster. 6, Ogre. 11, Lemonade. 13, Keepsake. 14, Stylish. 17, Dealt. 19, Lift. 21, Vain.

QUICK SOLUTIONS
Across - 1, Tick. 7, Wellknown. 8, Pear. 9, Mess. 10,
Peel. 11, Damp. 14, Unattached. 16, Persiflage. 19,
Word. 22, Stop. 24, Crow. 25, Stun. 26, Wolfhound. 27,
Once.
Down - 1, Tepid. 2, Charm. 3, Geneva. 4, Closet. 5,
Snip. 6, Sweetener. 12, Assertion. 13, Puss. 15, Chew.
17, Factor. 18, Amount. 20, Often. 21, Dense. 23, Puff.

CRYPTIC SOLUTIONS
Across - 7, Force an entry. 8, Screen. 9, O-live-r. 10,
Pr-of-ess. 12, Sport. 15, L-oC-al. 16, Pa-tri-ce. 18,
Chaser. 20, B-eh-ind. 22, Rambling rose.
Down - 1, Concert-O. 2, Ac-H-e. 3, Tarnish (anag.). 4,
D-em-on. 5, St-ripper. 6, Lyre (anag.). 11, Fear-some.
13, Raciness. 14, Car-b-in-e. 17, Drill. 19, Hi-re. 21, Har-d.

The subtle approach may not be a successful one. To make


your point, make yourself heard loud and clear. Your
artistic streak surfaces. This is a good time for crafts and
related hobbies.
CANCERJune 22-July 22
Combining diverse interests makes for an intriguing
week. Key strides can be made in your career, but dont
force any issues. A contest of wit is featured - who wins
is not the issue.
LEOJuly 23-August 22
A temperamental friend becomes calmer, thanks largely
to your influence. You and a new acquaintance discover
an important common interest. A lighter touch is important in relationships.
VIRGOAugust 23-September 22
A loved ones reaction to your ideas may be unexpected.
Invitations arrive to some glamorous events. Health reviews and visits to ailing people are prominent this week.
LIBRASeptember 23-October 22
Laughter helps you ease the tension in more than one
situation. Travel ideas may be put into action now.
Conferences take up time but are worth the trouble.

SUDOKU

SCORPIOOctober 23-November 21

Joint ventures are highlighted this week. Cultural events,


possibly related to the theatre are accented. Your partner
becomes less predictable, more easygoing and more
interesting.

NUMBER GAME

ANSWER BELOW 22-December 22


SAGITTARIUSNovember

New directions in relationships appear. Opportunities to


mingle with favourites friends and family members are
offered. Financial obligations dominate your time.
CAPRICORNDecember 23-January 20
The focus is on money matters. It would be to your
advantage to learn more about finance. Relationships
become more natural.
AQUARIUSJanuary 21-February 19
New areas of interest appeal to you. You may be finding
yourself signing up for a programme in economics, yoga
or cooking - or even all three. Serious discussions on any
topic should not be avoided.
PISCESFebruary 20-March 20
You are laying the groundwork for assorted projects.
News from far away requires a prompt repy. Absolutely
everything in moderation is the keyword this week.
BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK
Your home is your castle and you always make it inviting. In fact, providing comfort to others is one of the
aspects of your character. On the negative side, you can
be frustratingly stubborn. Work at becoming more flexible - there could be a major career reward.

VIRGOAugust 23-September 22

A loved ones reaction to your ideas may be unexpected.


Invitations arrive to some glamorous events. Health reviews and visits to ailing people are prominent this week.
LIBRASeptember 23-October 22
Laughter helps you ease the tension in more than one
situation. Travel ideas may be put into action now.
Conferences take up time but are worth the trouble.
SCORPIOOctober 23-November 21
Joint ventures are highlighted this week. Cultural events,
possibly related to the theatre are accented. Your partner
becomes less predictable, more easygoing and more
interesting.
SAGITTARIUSNovember 22-December 22
New directions in relationships appear. Opportunities to
mingle with favourites friends and family members are
offered. Financial obligations dominate your time.
CAPRICORNDecember 23-January 20
The focus is on money matters. It would be to your
advantage to learn more about finance. Relationships
become more natural.
AQUARIUSJanuary 21-February 19
New areas of interest appeal to you. You may be finding
yourself signing up for a programme in economics, yoga
or cooking - or even all three. Serious discussions on any
topic should not be avoided.
PISCESFebruary 20-March 20
You are laying the groundwork for assorted projects.
News from far away requires a prompt repy. Absolutely
everything in moderation is the keyword this week.
BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK
Your home is your castle and you always make it inviting. In fact, providing comfort to others is one of the
aspects of your character. On the negative side, you can
be frustratingly stubborn. Work at becoming more flexible - there could be a major career reward.

SOLUTIONS - CROSSWORD NO. 8912

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Sport

Email - news@themooraboolnews.com.au 

Third quarter scare


for Blues

whole match. Trent Laurie


dominated the ruck and had
followers in Troy Leon and
David OHanlon. The result
was a clinical display and
the Blues remain locked in
third position on the ladder
Ballan Football
and should retain this spot
with five rounds remaining.
The Seniors put in a spasFinal Score - Ballan 16 11
modic effort bursting out
107 def Rokewood 1 2 8
of the blocks with four unBest - D. Bell, T. Leon, B.
answered goals in the first
Whelan,
D. OHanlon, T.
quarter, but the Blues took
their foot off the accelerator Laurie, B. Jorgensen

in the next two quarters. The


The Under 18s had a good
Grasshoppers had a 4 point
lead going into the last quar- tussle with the Grasshopter before the Blues steadied pers and the game could
and booted five goals to take have swung either way in
the win by three goals. Zac the final quarter, but the
Peoples booted seven goals Blues held on. Dylan Trickey
for the day with Locky Her- gave great drive out of half
ring and Sammy Hitchings back and turned defence
leading the team in the key into offence with Mason
contests. The Blues take on Currie doing an outstandSmythesdale at home next ing job in the middle. Austin
week and now sit seventh on Bongart gave the Blues a key
the league ladder, their high- target up forward and Rick
Wilkie kicked two crucial
est ranking in years.
Final score - Ballan 10 10 goals . A good win as the
70 def Rokewood 7 10 52 Blues creep up the ladder to
Best - Z. Peoples, L. Herring, seventh spot.
Final Score - Ballan 4 7
S. Hitchings, D. Ismail, D.
31 def Rokewood 3 4 22
Mullane, J. Wilkie
Best - D. Trickey, M. Cur
rie,
A. Bongart, T. Trickey, K.
The Reserveshad a day out
with Bernie Whelan leaping Swanson, T. Meyer
to the leagues leading goal
Coach Peter McGregor had
kicker with a nine goal haul
for the day. The Blues run- his Under 15 squad tested
ners controlled the centre by the Grasshoppers and
and dictated play for the with Connor McLeod and

other players out, the Blues


went into the match with
a skeleton line up. Jack McGregor was the focal point
up forward kicking three
goals. Corey Pascoe and
Evan Shaw tried hard in the
middle with the Blues trying
their best to fill the gaps, but
Rokewood had all the answers on their home ground.
The Blues remain in the eight
but will need to work hard to
retain that spot over coming
weeks.
Final Score - Ballan
3 2
20 lost Rokewood 7 2 44
Best - A. Blight, C. Pascoe,
E. Shaw, L. Hodge, J. Monaghan, W. Snaith
With menacing skies, the
Under 12s took on an undermanned Grasshoppers
squad and gave their squad
four players to top up their
team . The Grasshoppers
had several bigger players
that dominated the match
but the Blues put in a solid
performance and were not
disgraced. Special thanks
to J Horan, J Santos, J Bower
and E Boland who helped
Rokewood out.
Final Score : Ballan 1 0 6
lost Rokewood 2 2 14
Best - J Horan, M Golding, T
Dart, J Santos, C McPherson,
K Hudaverdi

The Moorabool News 14 July, 2015 Page 29

Kicking goals
up north

By Jessica Howard
They may be rivals in their
hometown, but Nick Stuhldreier and Matthew Young
have joined together as
teammates for the 2015 AFL
Goldfields tour.
Young, a Darley footballer
for a period of eight-years
and Stuhldreier, a Bacchus
Marsh Cobra since the age
of eight, left for far north
Queensland on Saturday
June 26 to verse representative teams from Cairns and
Townsville-Mackay.
The two Moorabool locals
joined 24 other under-17
players from Ballarats AFL
Goldfields group of leagues.
Played at the Cazaly Stadium, the tour saw AFL Goldfields reign in a 76-point win
over Cairns.
Contributing one goal
to the teams success and
taking out second-best on
ground, Stuhldreier said it
was exciting to play against
some good opposition.
I experienced what it was
like to play on an AFL standard ground and how to
play different roles Im not
used to playing, he said.
Four days later, the Goldfields team continued to
shine with a 104-point victory over Townsville-Mackay
at the Tony Ireland Stadium.
Young, who provided a

Nick Stuhldreier and Matthew Young with their club


presidents (L-R) Adrian Bettio and Matt Colley.
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great performance kicking
one goal in each game, said
he couldnt believe it when
he found out he had made
the team.
I was stoked. Ive taken
the experience of playing on
some of the best grounds,
being in great facilities and
making connections with
new people that will be life
long friends, he said.
I hope my development
keeps going not only as a
player, but also as a person
off the field.

Stuhldreier kicked another


three goals in the final
match, and said he hoped
his future would see him
play in the bigger leagues.
I hope to play Western Jets
under-18 and hopefully Vic
Metro, then if Im lucky play
VFL or AFL, he said.
In its third year of touring
with an under-17 squad,
AFL Goldfields have seen a
number of players go on to
play senior football for their
respective clubs.

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BFL
Junior
Ladder

BFL Juniors
Results Round 11
U/16.5 Seniors
Redan 8.12 (60) def Ballarat 3.7 (25)
Mount Clear 6.6 (42) def North Ballarat 2.14 (26)
Darley 14.6 (90) def Sebastopol 3.7 (25)
East Ballarat 7.4 (46) def Lake Wendouree 2.5 (17)
U/16.5 Reserves
Ballarat 7.9 (51) def Redan 3.7 (25)
North Ballarat 16.19 (115) def Darley 1.1 (7)
Lake Wendouree 14.9 (93) def East Ballarat 1.0 (6)

Bacchus Marsh Little Athletics

Cross Country was held at


the Myrniong Recreation Reserve on Saturday. The day
started off a little chilly as
forecast, and it wasnt long
before the rain started to fall.
The Under 10 & 11 athletes
battled hard through the
conditions, as did the junior
runners later in the morning.

This coming Saturday the


Centre will conduct an
Open Day at Bullengarook
Reserve, starting at 11am.
Athletes should ensure they
arrive before 10.30am to familiarise themselves with
the course, warm up properly and arrive at marshalling on time. Centre singlets
will be available on the day.
This is an opportunity for
the local athletes to compete
against athletes from other
Centres across the State. A
parents race will also be conducted during the program.

Ballarat Football League


Results - Round 12
Seniors

North Ballarat City 17.11 (113) def Bacchus Marsh 9.12 (66)
East Point 27.19 (181) def Sebastopol 3.3 (21)

Lake Wendouree 22.13 (145) def Melton 2.8 (20)


Sunbury 27.9 (171) def Melton South 11.6 (72)
Redan 10.11 (71) def Ballarat 3.6 (24)
Reserves

Bacchus Marsh 13.17 (95) def North Ballarat City 6.6 (42)
East Point 15.13 (103) def Sebastopol 2.6 (18)

Lake Wendouree 12.7 (79) def Melton 2.8 (20)


Sunbury 8.15 (63) def Melton South 6.5 (41)
Redan 17.17 (119) def Ballarat 1.2 (8)
U/18.5s

North Ballarat City 19.12 (126) def Bacchus Marsh 3.3 (21)
East Point 13.30 (108) def Sebastopol 2.4 (16)

Lake Wendouree 2.12 (24) def Melton 2.10 (22)


Sunbury 14.15 (99) def Melton South 8.1 (49)
Redan 9.8 (62) def Ballarat 3.6 (24)

BFL Top Goalkickers


Seniors
Derick Micallef
Peter Shepherd
Jake Edwards
Rhys Ellis
Harley Inglis

North Ballarat City................ 41


Bacchus Marsh....................... 40
Darley...................................... 33
Darley...................................... 30
Darley...................................... 25

Reserves
Jarryd Walters
Scott Howson
Kristian Leivers

East Point................................. 35
Bacchus Marsh....................... 21
Darley.......................................17

U/18.5s
AshMc Cafferty
Rhys Baker

Lake Wendouree.................... 33
Bacchus Marsh........................14

U/14 Seniors
Ballarat 3.12 (30) def Redan 1.6 (12)
Darley 8.5 (53) def Sebastopol 3.0 (18)
Lake Wendouree 5.10 (40) def East Ballarat 4.4 (28)
North Ballarat 4.0 (24) def Mount Clear 0.5 (5)
U/14 Reserves
Ballarat 4.3 (27) def Redan 2.2 (14)
Darley 8.11 (59) def Sebastopol 4.6 (30)
Lake Wendouree 13.11 (89) def East Ballarat 0.2 (2)
North Ballarat 5.9 (39) def Mount Clear 2.2 (14)
U/12 Seniors
Ballarat 3.2 (20) def Redan 0.3 (3)
Darley 15.14 (104) def Sebastopol 0.1 (1)
East Ballarat 15.9 (99) def Lake Wendouree 0.2 (2)
Mount Clear 6.9 (45) def North Ballarat 1.4 (10)
U/12 Reserves
Ballarat 7.5 (47) def Redan 3.2 (20)
North Ballarat 9.9 (63) def Mount Clear 1.0 (6)
Sebastopol 5.10 (40) def Darley 2.3 (15)
Lake Wendouree 5.1 (31) def East Ballarat 1.1 (7)

BFL Junior Goal Kickers


U/16.5 Seniors
Blake Graham
Nicholas Stuhldreier

Bacchus Marsh....................... 27
Bacchus Marsh....................... 13

U/16.5 Reserves
Samuel Duffy
Zac Wheelahan

North Ballarat City................ 22


Bacchus Marsh........................11

U/14 Seniors
Noah McIntosh
Jai Farrell-Dodemaide
Connor Ascough

Lake Wendouree.................... 29
Darley...................................... 26
Darley.......................................11

U/14 Reserves
Matthew Arnold
Regan King
Malakye Martin
Joshua Arnold

Darley...................................... 25
Darley.......................................14
Bacchus Marsh........................11
Darley.......................................10

U/12 Seniors
Jack Jeffrey
Zane Colley
Spencer Jenks
Will Johnson
Bailey Young

East Ballarat.............................19
Darley.......................................18
Bacchus Marsh........................18
Darley.......................................17
Darley.......................................10

U/12 Reserves
Tynan Oakley
Cooper Murley
Joshua Dudzik

Sebastopol................................14
Darley........................................ 5
Darley........................................ 5

Team
% PTS
Seniors
1 Redan........................267.20 44
2 North Ballarat City....227.39 44
3 Darley........................ 177.82 40
4 Lake Wendouree......159.92 36
5 East Point..................112.28 28
6 Sunbury....................108.73 28
7 Bacchus Marsh.........100.22 28
8 Melton........................52.99 14
9 Ballarat.......................80.56 12
10 Melton South.............49.73 10
11 Sebastopol..................26.76 4
Reserves
1 Redan........................310.43 40
2 North Ballarat City.... 148.19 36
3 Darley........................152.02 32
4 Melton.......................143.44 32
5 Sunbury....................128.79 32
6 East Point..................122.93 28
7 Lake Wendouree......113.48 28
8 Bacchus Marsh.........105.02 28
9 Ballarat....................... 51.51 16
10 Melton South.............39.24 12
11 Sebastopol..................33.59 4
U/18.5s
1 East Point ................ 349.48 48
2 North Ballarat City....252.46 40
3 Redan........................231.81 40
4 Melton.......................186.36 32
5 Sunbury....................124.09 28
6 Bacchus Marsh......... 86.26 28
7 Lake Wendouree......103.35 24
8 Ballarat .....................103.44 18
9 Darley ........................ 33.16 16
10 Melton South.............39.39 10
11 Sebastopol..................22.55 4

Womens
Football
Results - Sunday 12 July
Bacchus Marsh 7-7-49 d
Manor lakes 3-2-20.
Best - K Woodroffe, Z
Clarke, M Clarke, C Leyton,
E Crawford, E Sculley.
Goals - E Sculley 2, M
Clarke, E Crawford 1, P
Faulkner.

U/16.5 Seniors
Team
% PTS
1 East Ballarat............ 322.57 44
2 Redan........................ 252.14 38
3 Bacchus Marsh.........150.77 32
4 North Ballarat............240.92 30
5 Darley.........................127.13 28
6 Lake Wendouree...... 111.26 20
7 Ballarat.......................74.54 12
8 Mount Clear...............35.03 12
9 Sebastopol...................12.53 4
U/16.5 Reserves
1 North Ballarat........... 855.83 44
2 Bacchus Marsh........ 235.06 40
3 Ballarat .....................142.37 32
4 Lake Wendouree......125.86 32
5 Redan.........................82.31 16
6 Darley...........................31.86 8
7 East Ballarat................14.66 8
8 Mount Clear..................0.00 0
9 Sebastopol....................0.00 0
U/14 Seniors
1 Lake Wendouree..... 738.98 44
2 Ballarat......................159.69 32
3 Darley........................127.96 32
4 Redan........................ 154.17 28
5 North Ballarat............100.77 28
6 East Ballarat.............115.93 20
7 Mount Clear...............99.74 20
8 Bacchus Marsh..........22.97 12
9 Sebastopol................... 12.51 4
U/14 Reserves
1 Lake Wendouree......421.72 40
2 Darley....................... 383.98 40
3 Ballarat......................301.42 40
4 North Ballarat............185.54 28
5 Bacchus Marsh.........146.33 24
6 East Ballarat..............35.57 20
7 Redan........................ 158.71 16
8 Mount Clear.................19.32 8
9 Sebastopol.....................7.10 4
U/12 Seniors
1 Darley....................... 434.62 40
2 East Ballarat.............328.97 38
3 Ballarat..................... 184.30 34
4 Mount Clear............. 200.90 32
5 Bacchus Marsh.........193.28 24
6 Redan........................109.93 20
7 North Ballarat............. 87.50 16
8 Lake Wendouree....... 23.14 12
9 Sebastopol....................0.96 4
U/12 Reserves
1 Sebastopol................234.27 42
2 North Ballarat............813.79 40
3 Ballarat......................146.56 28
4 East Ballarat..............78.92 26
5 Mount Clear...............91.39 24
6 Darley.........................69.21 20
7 Lake Wendouree.......46.49 16
8 Redan......................... 62.14 12
9 Bacchus Marsh..........23.96 12

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Youth Girls
1 Lake Wendouree...... 813.41 36
2 Redan........................916.87 32
3 Mcdfnl....................... 247.50 32
4 Gisborne Rookies.....120.00 28
5 Ararat........................113.38 28
6 Ballarat......................195.80 24
7 Sebastopol................215.88 20
8 Darley......................... 45.18 16
9 Riddells Creek...........36.78 16
10 Bacchus Marsh...........14.88 8
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Sulky Snippets

Darley Junior Football


Netball Club
Round 11 v Sebastopol
FOOTBALL
U/10 SENIORS Game cancelled due to weather.
U/10 RESERVES Game cancelled due to weather.
U/12 SENIORS
Darley 15-14-104 def Sebastopol 0-1-1
GOALS Will Johnson 6, Zane Colley 3, Bailey Young 2, Tyler
OHehir 1, Ryan Densley, Lane Havelberg, Ty Closter.
U/12 RESERVES
Darley 2-3-15 lost Sebastopol 5-10-40
GOALS James Martindale 1, Josh Dudzik.
U/14 SENIORS
Darley 8-5-53 def Sebastopol 3-0-18
GOALS- Jai Farrell-Dodemaide 2, Dylan Jobson, Jake Oakley
1, Connor Ascough, Rhys Lee, Max Beaumont.
U/14 RESERVES
Darley 8-11-59 def Lake Sebastopol 4-6-30
GOALS Josh Arnold 4, Matt Arnold 2, Reece Allen 1,
Cameron McLure.
U/16.5 SENIORS
Darley 14-6-90 def Sebastopol 3-7-25
GOALS - Jack Bewley 5, Matt Taylor 3, Zac Butters 2, Kain
Dickson, Nathan Barnes 1, Corey Davie.
U/16.5 RESERVES
Darley 1-1-7 lost North Ballarat 16-19-115
GOAL Jesse Mercieca 1
YOUTH GIRLS
Darley 0-0-0 lost Redan 12-12-84
AWARDS Liv Mifsud, Amber Mifsud, Abbi Bolt, Emily
Robertson, Chloe Ascough, Mikayla Robinson and Sladjana
Ostojic.
NETBALL
U/11 SENIORS
Darley v Sebastopol Game cancelled due to weather.
U/13 SENIORS
Darley 13 lost Sebastopol 42
AWARDS Alisha Lane, Brittney Ellis and Lilli Condon.
U/13 RESERVES
Darley 23 def Sebastopol 11
GOALS Tylah Wright 13, Prue Soley Howlett 10
AWARDS Edyn Thomas, Katie Todd, Prue Soley-Howlett,
Molly McGrath and Casey Rickards.
U/15 SENIORS
Darley 32 def Sebastopol 12
AWARDS Mel Freeman.
U/15 RESERVES
Darley 32 def Sebastopol 9
AWARDS Jaimee Smith, Tahlea Mills.
U/17 SENIORS
Darley 15 lost Sebastopol 31
GOALS Aleesha Winzar 10, Maegen Taylor 3, Ruby Wilkie
1, Olivia Mills 1
AWARDS Abbey Solomon, Regan Maher and Tamika
Taylor.
U/17 RESERVES
Darley 14 lost Sebastopol 31
GOALS- Rebekah Hibberd 13, Izzy Fischer 1
AWARDS Madi Porter, Aleesha Winzar and Elisha Suttie

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By LEN BAKER

Debut win

Changeover//Nifty Franco
filly Whitney H made a successful Australian debut by
winning the 3-Y-0 Pace over
1690 metres at Kilmore on
Tuesday July 7.
Unplaced in three outings
in her homeland, Whitney
H raced by former Bendigo
HRC President Dennis Byce
and wife Brenda, trained
by the Melton combination
of Maree and John Caldow
with John in the sulky, led
throughout from gate three,
accounting for Carmens
Spirit (three back the markers) along the sprint lane by
2.9 metres, with first starter
Whatelsugot also using the
sprint lane to finish third after trailing the winner. The
mile rate 1-58.3.
Daylesford
octogenarian
Bob Conroy almost snared
the quinella in the Trotters
Handicap for T0 or better
class over 2150 metres at
Kilmore when Girls Go First
and Miss Cosmos were split
by Kadabra Dynasty.
Driven by son Glenn, Girls
Go First a 4-Y-0 daughter
of Bacardi Lindy and Lucy
Lastic bred by wife Pat, was
driven a patient race midfield in the moving line from
10 metres, with Miss Cosmos
leading from the pole.
Trailing up Kadabra Dynasty three wide in the last
lap, Girls Go First ran home
best to score by a head from
Kadabra Dynasty in a rate
of 2-07.7, with Miss Cosmos
(Anne-Maree Conroy) 3.5
metres away in third place.

Long Forest duo Andy and


Kate Gath scored a super
victory with Majestic Son/
Starcus filly Naked Majesty
in the Trotters Mobile for
T0 class over 2190 metres at
Shepparton on Wednesday.
An almost unbackable favourite at $1.10, Naked Majesty galloped away from
gate six, setting herself a
herculean task.
Not only did she catch the
field, but when she did, Kate
wasted no time in sending
her forward three wide to
take over from Olympis at
the bell and there on, the
race was hers, cruising to the
wire 14.9 metres in advance
of Menames Daboss (one/
two three wide last lap)
and Olympus in a mile rate
of 2-06.4.
Mondays Yarra Valley fixture was a good one for the
Melton area, with John Justice, Joe Pace, Beau Tindale
and Andy Gath all providing winners.
Toolern Vales John Justice
started punters off on the
right note when 4-Y-0 Live
Or Die/Play The Dice entire
Punchinello scored in the
Pace for C0 class over 1650
metres.
Despite racing without cover from gate six, Punchinello
was too strong at the business end for the pacemaker
Shell Green and Break A
Wrist which followed the
leader. The mile rate 2-01.5.

Friday 10 July, Tabcorp Park Melton Race 3 Winner: Mister


Mundaka (7). Trainer: Andy Gath. Driver: Kate Gath. Photo:
Stuart McCormick.
the Claiming Pace over 2150
metres.
Andy & Kate Gaths Shadow Play/Seymour Lady colt
was too strong for his rivals
in the United Petroleum
3-Y-0 Pace over 2150 metres,
returning a mile rate of 2-01.
Thursdays meeting at Bray
Raceway Ballarat was big for
the Melton area, with Adam
Kelly (Doomed), Andy Gath
(Our Danger Mouse), Sam
Flourentzou (Maka Killin) and Ross Sugars (Bio
Marinus) all winners on the
program.
Melton winners at Tabcorp
Park Melton on Friday were

Mister Mundaka (Andy &


Kate Gath) the 2nd Heat of
the Winter Championship
for M0 class over 1720 metres, Shakti Bromac (John
Justice) the Decron Pace for
M1 class over 1720 metres
and Garibaldi (Lance Justice)
the Cogs Pace Final for C2 &
C3 class over 2240 metres.
Meetings for the week:
Wednesday - Hamilton/
Kilmore, Thursday Maryborough/Geelong,
Friday
Mildura/Melton, Saturday
Ballarat, Sunday Shepparton, Monday Charlton,
Tuesday Cranbourne.
Horses to follow: Whatelsugot, Part Time Paradise,
Paying Your Way, Die Tryin,
Rogue Assassin, Sir Briggin, Lierre Noir, Aldebaran
Shelly, Miss Metro Glen.

Rockbank trainer Joe Pace


scored with Major In Art/
Elltao colt Sargent Black on
debut in the Yarra Valley
Forklifts 2-Y-0 Pace over 1650
metres.
Another Rockbank winner
was much travelled 8-Y-0
Courage Under Fire/Brahma Gold gelding Shanghai
Knight for Beau Tindale in

Friday 10 July, Tabcorp Park Melton Race 5 Winner: Shakti


Bromac (2). Trainer: John Justice. Driver: John Justice.
Photo: Stuart McCormick.

Ballan Golf Club

Gordon Football

Results - Week ending Saturday 11 July

The youngest Eagle side were the only team to bring home
a win on Saturday, in wintery conditions against Buninyong.
The Under 12s took to the field against a strong opposition in
Buninyong. A good standard of play was maintained in the
conditions with a goal for goal match.
The contest went right down to the wire with Gordon winning by the smallest of margins, one point.
Best - Cooper Fox, Dylan Anderson, Jake McGuiness, Cam
Reynolds
The Seniors, Reserves, Under 18s and 15s all recorded losses,
with many players missing from each team, in the boggy
conditions. With only five games left on the fixture the Eagles will need to regroup and play as a team to be a force in
the finals.

Wednesday Stableford
Winner Bob Arklay 38 points,
R/up Peter Di Fiore 36 points.
NTPs - 12th Chris Tudor, 15th Bob Arklay,
Magpie 14th Bob Arklay.
Saturday - Stableford
(7th Round House Teams)
Winner Robert Brown (21) 32 points,
R/up Peter Di Fiore (10) 25 points.
NTP - 2nd Michael Di Fiore,
Magpies - 1st David Blythe, 14th Michael Di Fiore.

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Ballan Netball
Central Highlands
Football League
Results Round 12
Seniors
Bungaree 34.17 (221) def Smythesdale 1.1 (7)
Creswick 10.7 (67) def Dunnstown 7.11 (53)
Hepburn 10.7 (67) def Beaufort 9.9 (63)
Buninyong 9.11 (65) def Gordon 5.9 (39)
Ballan 10.10 (70) def Rwood/Chap 7.10 (52)
Clunes 14.11 (95) def Cham/Linton 7.8 (50)
Waubra 18.9 (117) def Learmonth 5.10 (40)
Daylesford 9.13 (67) def Skipton 4.6 (30)
Springbank 8.14 (62) def Newlyn 4.1 (25)
Reserves
Bungaree 36.13 (229) def Smythesdale 1.0 (6)
Creswick10.3 (63) def Dunnstown 5.8 (38)
Beaufort 20.8 (128) def Hepburn 2.2 (14)
Buninyong 5.4 (34) def Gordon 3.7 (25)
Ballan 16.11 (107) def Rwood/Chap 1.2 (8)
Clunes 13.6 (84) def Cham/Linton 6.9 (45)
Learmonth 12.7 (79) def Waubra 7.3 (45)
Daylesford 8.5 (53) def Skipton 3.8 (26)
Springbank 11.20 (86) def Newlyn 1.0 (6)
Under 18
Bungaree 13.10 (88) def Smythesdale 3.3 (21)
Creswick 11.19 (85) def Dunnstown 1.0 (6)
Hepburn 19.15 (129) def Beaufort 3.3 (21)
Buninyong22.9 (141) def Gordon 0.1 (1)
Ballan 4.7 (31) def Rwood/Chap 3.4 (22)
Clunes 17.9 (111) def Cham/Linton 6.2 (38)
Learmonth8.10 (58) def Waubra 2.6 (18)
Skipton 7.8 (50) def Daylesford 3.9 (27)
Newlyn 6.6 (42) def Springbank 2.3 (15)
Under 15
Smythesdale 12.5 (77) def Bungaree 4.5 (29)
Creswick 16.11 (107) def Dunnstown 0.2 (2)
Hepburn 17.15 (117) def Beaufort 0.1 (1)
Buninyong 15.9 (99) def Gordon 1.0 (6)
Rwood/Chap 7.2 (44) def Ballan 3.2 (20)
Cham/Linton 10.6 (66) def Clunes 1.3 (9)
Waubra 4.4 (28) def Learmonth 2.5 (17)
Skipton14.9 (93) def Daylesford 3.2 (20)
Springbank 16.17 (113) def Newlyn 3.1 (19)

Round 12 v Rokewood
13&Under B - Another
impressive game from our
youngest up and coming
netballers, Ballan defeated
Rokewood.
13&Under
Wet and windy 6 degree
temperatures proved no
obstacle for the 13A team.
Despite cold hands, the
girls put in an amazing
team effort winning against
Rokewood by 22 goals. Erin
Vella was great through the
centre, while Hayley Taylor
made strong offers and fed
the ball beautifully into the
goal circle.
15&Under
Once again the defence
pressure of Nat and Cate
combined was fantastic as
well as the non stop efforts of
Allannah Vella in the attacking half. Excellent efforts by
all girls this week in such
tough conditions. Rokewood
19 defeated Ballan 8, Best on
court - Nyree McConnell.
17&Under
The goalers were working
exceptionally well with the
mid court , and with extra
help from the defenders,
they were able to capitalise.
A great second half saw the
girls push the lead out even
further, eventually winning
32 to 13. Best on Court - Sam
Trickey.
C Grade
Ballan started slowly allowing Rokewood to take
an early five goal lead but a
brilliant second quarter saw
Ballan level the scores going
into the last half. Ash Mackay in her 100th game was ex-

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Tamara Hodge rewarded
the girls hard work with accurate shooting. Rokewood
scored a couple of quick
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which saw them creep ahead
but the Ballan girls fought
hard again showing how far
they have come this season.
Rokewood 29 defeated Ballan 24. Best on court - Tamara Hodge.
B Grade
In a must win game for both
teams the pressure was on
from the very first whistle,
Rokewood snuck out to an
early 2 goal lead but excellent
defence from Kylie Fenwick
and Mel Conroy kept Ballan
in the game. Bec Conroy was
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in her 100th game for the
club, combining well with
the various midcourt combinations which included Kath
Lloyd in her first game back
from maternity leave. Despite taking a two goal lead
into the last quarter Ballan
quickly found themselves 5
goals down, a gutsy effort
from all players saw Ballan
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few minutes to go and defeat
Rokewood by 2 goals. Ballan
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Best on court - Mel Conroy.
A Grade
A strong start from Ballan
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game and never look back.
accurate shooting from Broden Currie and Sam Peoples
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in Moorabool.

Hosted by the Bacchus


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of teams qualified in the
games event.

Ballan Pony Club also qualified in the games event and


the musical ride.
Both clubs come under the
Barwon Zone umbrella.

Christine Megson and


Stylish

BMPC Musical ride team.

Olivia Thompson, Stephanie Thompson, Josephine


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