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Successful career jockeys (L-R) Steven Arnold, Michelle Payne and Damien Oliver played polo in the celebrity ‘Off the Track” exhibition match at Yaloak Estate in Ballan on Sunday.
(More photos page 8). Photo – Helen Tatchell.

Jockeys play polo
Racing Victoria’s Off the Track program watchful eye of Yaloak polo greats Greg “It’s always a great family day out here Greg Keyte and his family also running
supports second careers for many Keyte and Tomas Fernandez. at Yaloak and I look forward to hopefully the on-site Yaloak Equestrian Centre.
thoroughbred horses, and the steeds The match was umpired by television playing and returning next year,” Mr “Our club motto is ‘warm and
showed off their new talent at Yaloak Polo celebrity Catriona Rowntree, who also McLachlan said. welcoming’, meaning we encourage the
Club on Sunday. played in a polo match at Geelong on Whether spectators were in a fully catered local community to come and give the
A celebrity exhibition match saw the Australia Day. marquee or an affordable $10 general sport a go, or at any of our matches you
horses ridden by jockeys and trainers AFL Chief Executive Officer Gillon admission seat, they were all treated to a can simply bring a picnic and take in the
including Melbourne Cup winning hoops McLachlan showed off his talent in the spectacular display throughout the day; thrill of a match,” Mr Keyte said.
Michelle Payne and Damien Oliver, saddle playing for Colliers International and not just polo. Oaklands Hunt Club
The Centre also provides lessons, ponies
alongside Steven Arnold, Ciaron Maher, White in the final of the Ballarat Polo had their hounds mingling with the crowd
for sale and agistment services.
Symon Wilde and Nick Bompas. Club against the Off the Track team. In a and the Porsche Club of Victoria had a
cavalcade of vehicles around the field. Contact them by email on yaloakpolo@
Oliver and Arnold had never played thrilling five chukka, fast paced, skillful
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polo before and were “looking forward to
giving it a go.” Both had been under the the siren sounded. minutes south of Ballan with club captain more photos page 8

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Shooting range off target
By Kate Taylor permit application arose after a ‘sundown’ shooting. amenity impacts in conjunction administration – run and operated
complaint was lodged with council Six objections to the range were with an existing shooting range my own clay target shooting range
A proposed shooting range has about clay shooting on the property received. on an adjacent property. The for over 17 years, helped clubs get
been rejected by Moorabool Shire late last year. A report on the application proposed would limit future use of permits,” Mr Bullmore told the
Council. The range was proposed to consist prepared by council officers surrounding and nearby land for meeting.
A Metro Practice Shooting of three fixed traps with 120 found that it does not comply productive agricultural purposes,” “The applicant operated at my
Range Incorporated application metres reclamation mound, two with local and state planning the report reads. range, and he breached a number
to build the facility at Moretons shooting bunkers with dirt side policies, the farming zone, and Objector Eric Bullmore spoke at of planning permit conditions - he
Road, Balliang East, was refused walls and 2 the environmental significance the meeting. operated at night etc.
by councillors at the February 1 metre high bulker bag walls, and a overlay. “I speak in support of the officers’ “And it does not comply with
council meeting. portable toilet; the bunkers would “The proposal is not compatible recommendations. I’ve been noise, I have taken noise readings.”
The site is located adjacent to an have had with the surrounding farming zone involved in shooting as a sport Councillors voted to refuse the
existing shooting range, and the external lights to allow for land and is likely to cause adverse for 40-odd years and have done application.

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Poppy power
POPPIES GALORE - The RSL Ladies Auxiliary with some of the poppies already knitted to make the wreaths that Tonia Dudzik (centre) is holding. Photo - Helen Tatchell

By Kate Taylor wreaths of 10 poppies each to place on “It was just us, but we have a few others Locals are being invited to help knit or
trees in the Avenue of Honour, which knitting for us now, we’ve probably got crochet the poppies, to help reach the
Locals who can knit or crochet are being have been dedicated to soldiers. about a dozen.” target of 3000.
called on to literally help make history. Member June Webb is among the The Great War Centenary Committee is The Anzac Centenary Poppy pattern
3000 ANZAC poppies are required knitters busy using up large amounts of organising the commemorations, with
for commemorations for the 100th year can be picked up from Bacchus Marsh
red wool. schools from the area being enlisted to
anniversary of the end of WWI, to be help place the wreaths on the nearly 300 RSL from 9am on a weekday, Apple 98.5
“I can do about two a night, while I’m
held in Bacchus Marsh in 2018. watching telly,” Ms Webb said. dedicated trees. FM Community Radio from 9am-12pm
The Bacchus Marsh Ladies Auxiliary She added that the knitting group has It is planned that, as when the Avenue on Thursdays, or from Tonia Dudzik,
has so far made close to 200 poppies, already grown from its original four itself was planted, a bugle will be President of the Great War Centenary
which will be used to make miniature members. sounded and a service held. Committee.

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By Kate Taylor

THE INVITATION FOR FREE
A bright sea of poppies is set to help mark
a special anniversary for Bacchus Marsh’s
iconic Avenue of Honour.
The RSL Ladies Auxiliary has presented

BREAST SCREENING
the Bacchus Marsh Great War Centenary
Committee with 300 wreaths consisting of
3000 hand-made and crocheted poppies.
A call-out last year saw locals spring into

NOW COVERS WOMEN
action in making poppies for the upcoming
commemoration.
The poppies will be used in a special Anzac
Centenary event being organised to mark

UP T0 74
the 100-year anniversary of the planting of
the Bacchus Marsh Avenue of Honour.
President of the Bacchus Marsh RSL Ladies
Auxiliary, Bev Kummerlowe, thanked all the
Bacchus Marsh Ladies Auxiliary members
The invitation for free breast screening has been expanded to include women and members of the Moorabool community
who donated the knitted poppies.
aged 70-74. Early detection saves lives. If you’re aged 50-74 you should be “We also need to acknowledge the major
contribution of June Webb and RSL ladies
screened every two years. If you’re over 75, talk to your GP or health professional Auxiliary members who have made the
poppy wreaths,” Ms Kummerlowe said.
to find out if breast screening is right for you. For more information visit the website. The poppies will be used as part of a special
commemorative service being held on
Saturday 11 August 2018, when a bugle will
be sounded to commemorate the planting of
the Bacchus Marsh Avenue of Honour 100
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13 20 50 trees, one of the beautiful poppy wreaths
will be laid by the family members of each
serviceperson; where there are no living
family members for a dedication, school
children from across the district will perform
the role.
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opportunity to see, touch Mother of three, Nicole nappies for a period of
Natasha Mills, who has and experience the modern Kearnes said she was “very two-weeks. • Clarify your thinking
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Newborns
in the
district
Babies born
recently at
Bacchus Marsh
and Melton Brookfield parents Sherin and Matthewson ANAND
Regional Hospital have welcomed a little girl to their family. Born on
Sunday 5 February, Anna ANAND arrived at 3.18am
Third prizewinner Vincent Nube stands by the words of Dr. Seuss. and weighed 2890 grams.
Photos – Helen Tatchell

Holiday reading a winner New Preps 2017
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and multi-media technology dren Holly McKay and Vin-
Moorabool Shire kids may skills. cent Nube taking out first
have taken a long summer This year’s participants had and third prize. The second
break from schooling, but the opportunity to engage prize winner did not wish to
that doesn’t mean that they with Moorabool Shire Coun- be named.
put down their books. cil library services whilst Prizes included a Garman
Pre-school, primary and discovering and develop-
junior fitness tracker and a
secondary aged children ing knowledge, and under-
$40 movie voucher.
continued to read through- standing skills related to the
out the summer holidays as theme ‘Lost Worlds’. Children were entertained
they took part in the 2016-17 At the end of the program, on the day by local perform-
Summer Reading Program. all participants were invited er Anthony Verity.
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Transparency becomes blurred Police escort Max
By Kate Taylor tionships aren’t present be- Dennison into the
tween councillors the mayor Bingham gagged by fellow councillors Bacchus Marsh court
There’s a new Code of Con- will take action to remedy last Friday to front
When Jarrod Bingham was elected as an East Ward the Magistrate on a
duct in place for Moorabool the situation including re- Councillor, he promised to fight for greater transparency number of offences
Shire councillors – but it quiring councillors to attend in council.
wasn’t a cut and dried issue. external mediation.” including theft and
Cr Bingham appeared to have lost round one of his fight
assault with a
A Special Meeting was held The Mayor will now be re- at last week’s Special meeting of council, however, with
three of his fellow councillors voting against his proposed baseball bat.
to discuss the review of the quired to notify all council-
code, which ultimately was lors if the action is taken. amendments to the councillor’s Code of Conduct, which
would have seen councillors made more accountable for Photo – Helen Tatchell
adopted by councillors. “The worst thing is secrets their behaviour both online and in recording interactions
East Ward Councillor Jar- between seven councillors,” with other councillors.
rod Bingham put forward Cr Toohey told the meeting. “I was disappointed at the result that occurred at the

Bike hoon stays in jail
two motions for amend- West Ward Councillor Tom Special Meeting of council, a key point I made throughout
ments – one of which to pre- Sullivan told the Moorabool my entire election is that I will fight for a more transparent
vent councillors from mak- News that the mediation and accountable council, that’s what it was about,” Cr
ing unauthorised recordings Bingham told the Moorabool News By Jessica Howard
requirement and its amend- Both of Cr Bingham’s motions were shot down.
of other councillors. ment are not as a result of a Woodlands Ward Councillor Pat Toohey claimed that the
The second proposed specific conflict. The alleged young hoon who ripped through the Main
amendment against councillors making unauthorised
amendment was to prevent “It’s just a process put in recordings of conversations with other councillors was Street of Bacchus Marsh on a motorbike will remain in cus-
councillors using pseu- place in the case that there already covered by “Common Law.” tody for another week.
donyms on social media is a breakdown, it’s just put- Again, Cr Toohey objected to the second amendment Max Dennison appeared in the Bacchus Marsh Magistrates’
with the intent of bringing ting that in place if there’s claiming that the proposal, against councillors using Court on Friday February 10, charged with a number of of-
pseudonyms on social media, was already covered in the fences including driving a vehicle causing loss of traction
council or councillors into a need, it’s not saying that code.
disrepute. there is a need,” Cr Sullivan “Why neither of these amendments made it to the and reckless conduct endangering serious injury.
However, Crs Tonia Dudzik, said. councillors Code of Conduct is beyond me,” Cr Bingham He also faces charges of burglary and assault for matters in
Pat Toohey, and Tom Sul- The meeting itself came un- said. which he was already on bail for.
livan rejected both amend- der fire from Cr Sullivan. “We as councillors are representatives of the shire, we are Dennison is alleged to have sped down the Main Street on
ments; Crs Jarrod Bingham a public face for the area, and in doing so we should firstly a Suzuki motorcycle before attempting to do a burn out and
“Why couldn’t this have be held accountable to the Law and secondly be held
and John Keogh voted in fa- been done after an Ordi- losing control.
accountable to the councillors Code of Conduct.
vour. Crs Dave Edwards and nary meeting, why bring me “To refuse my amendments to the Code is suggesting that He was captured on film at around 6:15pm on January 31.
Paul Tatchell were absent 45km down the road for just it’s okay and not interested if councillors partake in these Dennison’s defence lawyer indicated to the court on Friday
from the meeting. this meeting?” Cr Sullivan actions.” that his client would plead not guilty to the related charges.
The only amendment that asked. Cr Bingham also noted that he was not given the
opportunity to debate his amendment motions. He also stated that a bail application would be made how-
passed was that of Wood- He pointed out that even “I am also concerned why I was never given the opportunity ever the police prosecutor said the application would be
lands Ward Councillor though the state govern- to debate my case, it’s against local law meeting procedure.” opposed.
Pat Toohey, who proposed ment made the discussion The meeting was chaired by Cr Tonia Dudzik, as Deputy
that councillors must be “There is a lot of pending matters that are very similar to the
of the code of conduct man- Mayor, when Cr Toohey nominated her to take the chair
informed by the Mayor if recent charges. He is already on bail for dangerous driving,
datory at a special meeting, upon Mayor Dave Edwards’ absence from the meeting.
action is taken to resolve a theft and assault with a baseball bat,” the prosecutor said.
the meeting could have been Councillors Pat Toohey, Tonia Dudzik, and Tom Sullivan
dispute between councillors. held before or after another Dennison has been in custody since Friday, February 3.
voted against Cr Bingham’s motions.
The amendment was in ad- council meeting – saving Cr John Keogh voted in favour of the motions; Cr Paul Magistrate Gregory Robinson adjourned the matter to Feb-
dition to a clause that states, council and councillor re- Tatchell was absent from the meeting. ruary 17 for a committal mention.
“where good working rela- sources and time. All prior matters will also be heard on this day.

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Don’t rubbish
the bush
By Jessica Howard also occurring,” he said. “Vandalising trees, other
“What concerns us are those landscape features and
Campers who utilise free people not respecting the forest signs by any means
space in the regional State needs and expectations of is illegal, costly to repair or
Forests are being urged to other visitors as well as our replace, and has a long-term
take home their rubbish and impact on access to forest
fire crews. We have already
clean up after themselves. areas for visitors and fire
experienced incidents this
Forest Fire Management crews.
summer of campfires being
Victoria Regional Manager,
left unattended and, just “It is also an offence to leave
Peter Kambouris said
this week, bags of rubbish rubbish at campgrounds. We
authorised officers
were left behind at vacant urge people to please care
conducted regular patrols of
popular forest areas, and the campsites”. for the bush and take their
number of people breaching Mr Kambouris said it was rubbish home”.
the law was increasing. important to know the rules Anyone found to have acted
“Along with the dumping for campfire safety, proper illegally in a State Forest can
of rubbish and damage disposal of rubbish and incur heavy fines.
to forest roads, illegal treating the landscape with People are urged to report Wayne Weaire (CEO BDH&C) thanks Lioness Fred Moore for the club’s donation.
campfires and vandalism is respect. illegal activities on 136 186. Photo – BDH&C

Jockeys play polo On-road costs covered
By Jessica Howard Art Gallery of Ballarat, the over five years to support
Photos: Helen Tatchell and Tim Saultry Creswick Woollen Mills, or the lease, and the RACV
The wheels on the Ballan even a spontaneous outing Community Foundation,
District Health and Care to buy ice cream. which paid for lifting
bus will continue to go BDH&C was last year equipment for wheelchair
round and round, thanks access.
approached by the Ballan
to a generous community
Lioness Club, who offered BDHC chief executive,
donation.
to support the ongoing Wayne Weaire welcomed
The Ballan Lioness Club
insurance and registration the generous gift, thanking
is a new sponsor of the
costs of the bus with an the Ballan Lioness Club for
community bus, which was
purchased in 2015 in order annual $1,000 gift. their work in raising money
to offer BDH&C aged care The Lioness logo will for the community.
residents the freedom of now join other supporting “This gift supports us to
movement. logos on the bus, including support our residents to
The 12–seater bus transports the Ballan and District maintain their independence
residents on exciting day Community Bank Branch, and continue to enjoy the
trips including a visit to the which pledged $50,000 pleasures of everyday life”.

Bushfire safety on the improve
Action by the State standards are met, and in into the future.
Government to improve reasonable timeframes. “What happened on Black
Victoria’s powerline Minister for Energy, Saturday seven years ago,
safety standards has been Environment and Climate cannot happen again,” she
introduced into Parliament. Change Lily D’Ambrosio said.
The Electricity Safety said they are delivering Electricity assets caused
Amendment (Bushfire the Victorian Bushfires two of the most devastating
Mitigation Civil Penalties Royal Commission’s 2009 Black Saturday
Scheme) Bill 2017, includes recommendations. bushfires; resulting in the
a strong civil penalties “These recommendations loss of 159 lives, 2000 homes
compliance regime to ensure are to reduce the risk of and property worth more
powerline bushfire safety powerline-caused bushfires than $4.4 billion.
News
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2017 Calleja Car Show Photos: Helen Tatchell

Court in action
By Steven Barnes reprimanding him.
“Stop talking over me… I’m not conducting
An egg-stremely bizarre turn of events inquires for your defence!”
captured the courtroom’s attention this
After some discussion Mr Dawson
week, with Magistrate Gregory Robinson
eventually pleaded guilty to the charges,
offered eggs.
while maintaining “it was a coincidence.”
The case began two weeks ago when
Cameron Dawson was brought to court over The 47-year old egg farmer who is self-
breaking an intervention order out against a employed was fined $750 for breaching his
woman. intervention order to which he blurted “You
It was claimed Mr Dawson had been stalking serious?” Mr Dawson went onto explain that
the victim across Bacchus Marsh and he had no money to complete his current
allegedly inserting himself into situations home development.
where he would run into the protected party The drama of the case came 20 minutes after
who drives a bus locally. he was dismissed from court as he returned
The case reappeared last Friday with and appeared to offer Magistrate Robinson a
Magistrate Gregory Robinson condemning carton of eggs before swiftly being overcome
Mr Dawson’s behavior; at one stage and led out of the court by police.

Dollars help community
By Kate Taylor “We just asked them, and built tennis courts will be
within less than a week they pumped into and stored in
The company operating the came back and said ‘here’s two tanks, ready for use in
Mt Mercer wind farm has $2000 for that project,’ which an emergency.
given $2000 towards a local was pretty good of them,” “With the tennis courts,
Moorabool project. said Reserve Committee we never put them in for
The Elaine Recreation member Shane Dunne. that reason - but you’ve
Reserve Committee ap-
“We’ve got no town water got to make do out in the
proached the company ask-
ing for a donation toward at Elaine, and we had fires bush, you’ve got to be a bit
its $10,000 project to secure go through, so we wanted to ingenious.”
a water supply for the CFA secure a bit more water.” Meridian Energy declined
brigade. Run-off from the newly to comment.

Moorabool Shire Council
NOTICE OF ORDINARY MEETING OF COUNCIL • Community Strengthening Grants:
The next Ordinary Meeting of Council will be held Wednesday 1 March, 2017 at – Community Programs, Activities or Initiatives (grants of up to $5000)
the Bungaree Recreation Reserve and Community Centre, Bungaree, commencing at – Capital Improvements (grants of up to $5000)
5.00pm. – Small Projects (grants of up to $1,500)
Members of the public are most welcome to attend. • Community Arts Grants:
Community Arts Activities or Initiatives that link artists with local communities
through small projects, publications, exhibitions, performances or other similar
COMMITTEE MEETING activities (grants of up to $3,000)
The next Council committee meeting will be of the Place Making Advisory Committee, • Community Events Grants:
held tomorrow Wednesday 15 February, 2017, in the Council Chambers, 15 Stead Community Events that showcase local talent, provide public entertainment, foster
St, Ballan, commencing at 4.00pm. community participation, connectedness and diversity (grants of up to $3,000)
Members of the public are most welcome to attend. Program Guidelines are available at Council’s website https://www.moorabool.vic.
gov.au
The online application will be available on Council’s website from 1 February 2017.
COMMUNITY GRANTS PROGRAM SUMMER 2017 For further information or to secure your spot at the Grant Writing Workshop please
The Summer 2017 Community Grants Program is now open until 28 February 2017. contact Community Development on 5366 7100.
Applicants will now be able to apply for a community grant through Council’s website. Community groups are encouraged to read the Community Grants Program Guidelines and
Council is inviting project applications from community groups and organisations Application Form carefully before making a submission. Prior to lodging an application, all
under the following grant categories: applicant groups must contact Council to discuss their project with a Community Development
Officer.

Moorabool Shire Council: PO Box 18, Ballan VIC 3342 Telephone: 03 5366 7100 Facsimile: 03 5368 1757 CEO: Rob Croxford
Email: info@moorabool.vic.gov.au Web: www.moorabool.vic.gov.au Facebook: Moorabool Shire Council Twitter: @mooraboolshire
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Learning from home
By Kate Taylor into aged care places, and also ulations you may withdraw your vember 30 the previous year.
music classes… child at any stage of the school “And in a case of bullying of
92 Main Street, Gordon A local group is smashing mis- “And excursions. They have to year - you only need to notify the any sort, waiting 28 days is det-
conceptions about the practice of school and the government body
5368 9203 home schooling.
be the biggest thing we do, they
who oversees home schooling,
rimental to the child.
are fun and they bring learning “Also, there’s no support offered
When Sarah Nicholson’s son to life for children - we do two or which means that it’s entirely up
for parents in preparing the plan,
began turning into a bully at three a term as a group, and our to the parent to make a decision
school, she knew it was time to and we have no idea who will be
family are constantly at the zoo about what’s best for their child.
take action – so she pulled him approving the registrations, will
doing science and geography, “They want to have the power to
out of mainstream education, they understand how home ed
basing our home curriculum say whether or not they think a
and started home schooling. around our zoo membership; the works and will they know our
parent is going to be capable of
“He was spending lunch and education opportunities with child’s needs better than us...?
educating that child or not. I’ve
recess alone in the sand pit – he “The draft is full of very unrea-
Flanagans wasn’t socialising, and he wasn’t
making friends, he wasn’t get-
home schooling are limitless.”
But regulations and guidelines
proposed by the state govern-
never seen an example of where
a parent has failed to educate the
child. I don’t know where the
sonable and unrealistic expecta-
tions. We feel it’s a bit of an at-
Border Inn ting what he really needed,” Ms
Nicholson explained.
ment are set to impact home cases are that they’re worrying tack on us, actually.”
schooling, potentially making it about. Submissions close on Tuesday
Lunch Mon to Fri 12 to 2pm He was also being bullied, and inaccessible for the parents and “And a parent may not know by
28 February, and can be sent
Saturday 12 to 3pm he was reciprocating that behav- children who need it. to Education and Training
the 30th of November the previ-
iour because it was what he was “The regulations are vague, and Reform Regulations Review,
Dinner Mon to Thur 6 to 8pm ous year that they want to do
being exposed to.” they’re being made to sound so Attn: Strategic Policy Division,
home education the following Department of Education
Friday and Saturday 6 to 9pm Her son didn’t, however, turn benign by Education Minister year. It doesn’t allow for families
into an isolated child with zero and Training, GPO Box 4367
James Merlino - the guidelines
Sunday 12 noon to 8pm social skills as portrayed widely are specific - but guidelines can
like mine, who put our son in MELBOURNE 3001 or emailed
school and found that it didn’t to det.regulation.review@
MONDAY in social commentary on home be changed any time and made
fit… we didn’t know that on No- edumail.vic.gov.au
schooling. even more difficult, so we’re
$12 Burger Night “Oh for goodness sake. If you very concerned that the regula-
start investigating what groups tions themselves be specific to Parents have right to choose
TUESDAY you want to join, there’s actually our needs. And home educa-
the potential for you to never be tors don’t like the new rules, we Member for Western Victoria Josh Morris shares the
$12 Parma Night home. There’s at least 40 fami- weren’t consulted about them.” home schoolers’ concerns about the proposed changes.
lies on our facebook group, and In particular, parents would Having met with Ms Nicholson to discuss the issue,
WEDNESDAY we’re part of the Ballarat group have to wait 28 days to be reg- Mr Morris said that the changes seem somewhat
too, and we have fortnightly and istered for homeschooling, under-handed.
$12 Pie Night weekly activities.” complete a year learning plan to “Daniel Andrews has failed to consult with the thousands
A former teacher herself, the submit to the authority, and the of parents who choose to home school their children
THURSDAY Myrniong mother of two set authority may deny approval; the before announcing these changes,” Mr Morris said.
about involving herself and her child would not be allowed to be “There was no prior indication that regulatory changes to
$14 Steak Night son in the socially active world taken out of school until registra- home schooling would be made, and the Government has
of home ed, often with more tion is obtained or parents can be not been forthcoming with a reason for instituting these
FRIDAY educational opportunities than fined for truancy. Applications changes.”
mainstream schools can offer. will take longer than 28 days to
$12 Fish & Chip Night He said that more concerning for parents and educators
“There’s a farm and gardening process if a re-application is re- is that the Andrews Labor Government has tried to
group in Ballarat, we do soc- quired, and there is a new cut-off escape scrutiny by announcing these changes during the
139 Main St, Bacchus Marsh cer, we do library lessons with date of 30 November in the year Christmas school holidays.
a group, there’s robotics classes, prior to the school year. There
“The Liberal Party believes in a parent’s right to choose
Ph 5367 2016 a dance class, ballet, book clubs are also new rules about reviews
to continue registration.
the appropriate educational setting for their children,
doing author studies and genre which includes home schooling.”
flanagansborderinn@gmail.com studies, there are groups that go “Currently, under Victorian reg-
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Dear Editor, differences. Dear Editor, Our main method for doing a discrepancy and give them to explain.
Each year on Australia Day, The key to acceptance and Australia is fortunate to this is to compare the income more opportunities to do so. If a person believes that
Australians come together harmony is both finding have a strong social security that a person self-reported to We want to make sure that Centrelink got it wrong in
to celebrate living and being similarities, and accepting safety net to support those Centrelink with the income we have valid addresses. their calculations, they can
part of this nation, a mul- differences. Neither is more who are down on their luck. that the Tax Office says they In recent weeks, there have ask for a review and can
ticultural nation, a nation important, and having one It is one of the defining fea- received. When there is a been a lot of media stories
expanding and thriving on supply new information in
without the other creates an tures of our society. discrepancy, we ask the re- about people who say they
accepting people of all dif- the process. Even after that,
imbalance that grows into However, it is a disappoint- cipient to explain it. were unfairly targeted un-
ferent races, cultures and disconnection with commu- they can then appeal to a tri-
ing reality that some people Given that people have typ- der this system. No one is
backgrounds. nity, feelings of being unwel- ically received thousands of sent an initial request-for- bunal. All these options are
abuse the welfare system
While multiculturalism de- come and isolation. and get payments they are dollars in welfare payments, information letter unless free.
scribes the values and beliefs Our country is diverse, and not entitled to. Others may I think it is perfectly reason- there is a discrepancy that People who owe a debt to
we hold close, this term can we should celebrate that. But have inadvertently not prop- able that they take a bit of has been identified between the Government can enter
be divisive in nature. Mul- we should celebrate not just erly reported to Centrelink time, check their records, the Centrelink self-reported into a repayment plan, which
ticulturalism recognises the the diversity of our friends, and consequently also re- and explain if there is a data and the Tax Office data. can be as little as $5 per week
differences in background,
family and neighbours, but ceived an overpayment. discrepancy. If they cannot We are identifying cases for present recipients.
skin colour and lifestyle and
also celebrate and focus on When this occurs, the tax- explain it, then they will re- every day where people
asks us to accept them. We will continue to refine
our common humanity. payers who support the wel- ceive a debt notice. have failed to declare that
Instead of multiculturalism, the system, but ensuring
Australia will continue to fare system are ripped off. Hundreds of millions of they had a job or under-
a term which focuses on the there is integrity in welfare
develop, our people becom- The Government is doing dollars has been recouped reported their earnings
differences of our country payments (which constitutes
and our people, I implore ing more diverse and our everything it can to ensure for the taxpayer over many from that job, and are con-
cultures intertwining. It is a third of the federal budget)
you to focus more on a com- there is integrity in the wel- years through this process. sequently getting thousands
up to us to develop with it. fare system: that people get It is a long-standing practice. of dollars more welfare than is core business that will
mon humanity. We all have
this, yet no one celebrates Father Chris Riley the welfare payment they We are making improve- they are entitled to, but the continue.
what we have in common, CEO and Founder at Youth are entitled to and no more ments to the system to make Labor Party is calling for us Alan Tudge MP, Minister
we instead focus on our Off The Streets and no less. it easier for people to explain to stop asking these people for Human Services

WHAT’S ON
The What’s On section is for non-profit community organisations. All free events submitted will be considered for FREE publication at the Editors discretion.
Advertising of AGMs in this section will only appear if a paid public notice also appears in the classifieds section, as per the constitution of Business & Consumer
Affairs for incorporated groups.
Ballan Anglers Inc Ballan Farmers Market
ADULT EDUCATION Meeting second Wednesday every month. Hudsons Hotel, Next Market – Saturday 11 March, 9am-1pm.
Ballan & District Community House 7.30pm. More anglers and families needed and welcome – 2nd Saturday each month, Mill Cottage car park.
Term 1 Program includes – Friendly Info Seminar –photos 0400 003 936. Enq – 0498 361 291 or 0490 114 130.
- Power point presentation, 20/2; Astronomy, 21/2; Free Rose-Carers of Maddingley Park
Hearing Testing – 6/3; CPR Refresher & First Aid – Level 2, Working Bees every 3rd Wednesday & Sunday of each CHURCH
17/3. All enquiries, bookings, classes and venue hire - call month. All welcome. Enquiries - 0418 171 119. Gordon Catholic Parish
5368 1934. Bacchus Marsh Family Drug Support Group Mass Times – Saturday 18 February – Dunnstown, 6.30pm
Darley Neighbourhood House & Learning Centre For Family Members who have a loved one affected by drugs. Sunday 19 February –Gordon, 8.45am; Ballan, 10.30am.
33-35 Jonathan Drive Darley. Short courses, recreation classes, Enquiries - 1300 660 068. Anglican Parish of West Moorabool
community groups, occasional child care, venue hire. BM & Alanon Support Group - for families of alcoholics. Ballan, Bungaree, Morrisons and Gordon.
District Photography Club - Meetings 2nd & 4th Wednesday Meets at 10.30am on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month Service Times – Sunday 19 February - St John’s Bungaree,
of month, 7.30pm. Enquiries welcome. Phone 5367 4390. at the Uniting Church Hall, Gisborne Road, Bacchus Marsh. 9am; St John’s Ballan,9.30am; St James’ Morrison, 9am.
Melton South Community Centre Enq - 0421 222 717. Enquiries – Fr. Glen Wesley – 5368 2730.
Classes starting now - IPAD 13/2; Head Massage & Lal Lal Moorabool Photographic Group Inc Ballan Uniting Church (St. Paul’s)
Professional Make Up 14/2; Pastry & Baking, Auslan 15/2; Meeting 3rd Wednesday each month, 7pm. Soldiers Memorial Services – 1st, 2nd & 3rd Sundays 11.15am. 4th Sunday 9.30am
Cake Decorating 16/2; Hairdressing 17/2; Photography 18/2. Hall, Lal Lal. Enquiries 5341 7535. Reflective Worship.
Bookings & Enquiries - 9747 8576. Footscray Poultry Club (at Bacchus Marsh) B3 Community – Focused, family friendly church with
Meetings held 2nd Sunday of month, 2pm. Poultry Pavilion. a difference. Services every 2nd & 4th Sundays at Avenue
Bowling Club, Main St, Bacchus Marsh.
MEETINGS Racecourse Rec. Reserve, Balliang-Bacchus Marsh Rd,
Bacchus Marsh Christian Church
Bacchus Marsh. All welcome – Peter  0428 112 295.
Bacchus Marsh & District Garden Club Sunday Services 10am with kids program. Fusion Youth 7pm
Meeting 2nd Tuesday of each month, 7.30pm at The Laurels, MARKETS every Friday night.  222 Main St, Bacchus Marsh. Enquiries
229 Main St Bacchus Marsh. Guest Speakers. Supper after Ballan Lions Club Market 9028 2622.
each meeting. All Welcome. Enquiries - Wendy 5367 4170. Next market – Saturday 4 March 2017. First Saturday each Bacchus Marsh Uniting Church Parish
month - Inglis St, Ballan – 9am-1pm. Enquiries – 0402 390 080 Services - St Andrew’s 9.30am every Sunday (3rd Sunday of
(Wayne). month Family Service). Pentland Hills 2pm 1st Sunday of
Darley Market month. Enq 5367 2543 (office).
Saturday 18 February – 1pm. Stalls offer bric-a-brac, fruit/ Holy Trinity Anglican Church - Bacchus Marsh
veg, clothing, plants and more. 1st & 3rd Saturday each Service Times - Sunday 8.30am & 10am; Cafe Church - 1st
month at Darley Park Football Reserve. Enquiries – 0488 345 Sunday 10am; Messy Church - 3rd Sunday 5pm, Wednesdays
145 (Alan). 10am. Balliang - 2nd Sunday 10.30am, 4th Sunday 9am .
Myrniong - 1st & 3rd Sunday 11am. 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 Children’s Program.
Phone 5367 6550 for more details.
Our Lady Help of Christians Korobeit
Sunday Mass 11.30am (2nd & 4th Sunday of Month).
Golden Harvest Christian Fellowship
Non denominational - Prayer every Sunday 10am, Men’s
KYB Monday evenings 6pm. Ladies KYB Wednesday 1pm.
Further details – 0429 681 566.
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 Great Family Home! Regional
towns perform
strongly
cent was also recorded in
Wangaratta, with the me-
dian house price increasing
to $327,000, up from $300,000
in September.
Other towns experiencing
solid price increases in the
last three months of 2016
include Bendigo, up 8.2 per
cent to a median of $395,000;
the Geelong suburb of Ham-
lyn Heights, up 8.2 per cent
Joseph Walton to $427,250; and Heathcote,
up 7.1 per cent to $300,000.
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Price: $355,000 widespread across Victoria both up more than six per
Located centrally and offering all the amenities to keep in the December quarter, cent to median house prices
new REIV data shows a of $425,000 and $430,000
a young family content, this 3 bedroom plus study,
number of regional towns respectively.
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performed strongly in the Quarterly growth of more
bedrooms offer BIRs, with the master providing a WIR.
last three months of the year. than five per cent was also
The lounge with a gas wall furnace, a well appointed experienced in Bell Post Hill,
Victoria’s largest price
kitchen with modern stainless steel appliances including up 5.8 per cent to a median
growth was recorded in
dishwasher, electric oven and gas cook top with access house price of $375,500; In-
Stawell in the state’s west,
to the rear covered pergola. The large family bathroom where median house prices verloch, up 5.8 per cent
provides a shower, bath, toilet and tastic heating, plus rose 12 per cent over the to $481,250; Gisborne, up
2nd separate toilet. SLUG with cement flooring, a wood quarter to $215,000. This was 5.5 per cent to $662,500;
fire and the advantage of front and rear roller doors, a up from $192,000 in the Sep- Waurn Ponds, 5.4 per cent
double car port, a garden shed and plenty of space for tember quarter. to $510,000; Norlane, up 5.3
the kids’ toys and the pet dog! East Geelong also expe- per cent to $237,000; and
rienced significant price Wonthaggi, up 5.1 per cent
growth in the last three to $272,750.
months of 2016 with house Meanwhile, Mildura in the
prices up 10.3 per cent to a north west recorded the
median of $530,000 – an in- highest number of prop-
crease of more than $45,000. erty transactions for the year
Hamilton, also in the state’s with 574 sales.
west, was another top per- This was followed by
former in the December Traralgon (378 sales), War-
quarter with median house ragul (288 sales), Drouin (250
prices increasing 9.2 per sales), Ocean Grove (244)
cent to $263,750. This was up and Highton (236 sales).
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32 GISBORNE ROAD, BACCHUS MARSH 47 ACACIA AVENUE, DALES CREEK
NEW LISTING NEW LISTING

TIC TAC TOE – SO CLOSE TO TOWN 2 1 YOUR PERFECT TREE CHANGE AWAITS 4 2 2
• Walking distance to shops, schools and medical facilities • Four bedroom home could be just the prefect option for a tree change
• Located within the Bacchus Marsh Primary school zone • Master has a full ensuite and WIR, and the remaining bedrooms all have BIR.
• Large two bedrooms with built in robes • Spacious kitchen, which is open to the meals area, a large lounge and a second living area.
• Wall air condition in meals and second bedroom • Features include a wood fire, an oversize single garage, carport, under-house storage, water
• East facing kitchen allowing abundance of natural light tanks and ducted refrigerated cooling.
• Established gardens and colorbond shed • The huge back veranda is perfect for entertaining or just enjoying the serenity of Dales Creek.
• Off street parking with side gate • Situated on a beautiful 1 acre allotment, only 15 minutes from Bacchus Marsh.
• Land size approx. 644m2

Private Sale: $380,000 Private Sale: $660,000
Inspect: Saturday 18th February 10.15am–10.45am Inspect: Saturday 18th February 2.00pm–2.30pm
Contact: Marcus Rayner 0418 556 699 Contact: Melonie Winch 0408 675 011
Email: marcus@raynerrealestate.com.au Email: melonie@raynerrealestate.com.au

15 CAREY CRESCENT, BACCHUS MARSH 1A SOMERTON COURT, BACCHUS MARSH
NEW LISTING NEW LISTING

MORE THAN MEETS THE EYE 3 2 2 DARE TO BE DIFFERENT! 3 2 2
• Tucked away in a sought after area of Bacchus Marsh is this spacious family home. • Immaculately presented this delightfully different, low maintenance home is sure to impress.
• 4 large bedrooms, 2 generous living areas, open kitchen & dining, family bathroom & laundry. • Open plan living at its finest, the industrial style is clean and sleek.
• Master bedroom has WIR & full ensuite, 1 other bedroom also has a WIR while there are BIR • Feeling of space with the double height ceilings to the open plan kitchen/living/dining area.
to the remaining 2 bedrooms. • Venture upstairs to the huge master bedroom, with BIR & spacious ensuite & study
• Features include Ducted heating and evaporative cooling throughout. • Features include polished concrete floors, ducted heating, evaporative cooling, split system,
• Outside you will find a large under house storage area, a great sized decked pergola, 2 water ceiling fans, double garage & alfresco.
tanks and a double carport with through access to the backyard. • The kitchen makes entertaining a breeze with a Caesar stone island bench, SS appliances
• On a massive 1188m2 (approx.) block, close to the centre of Bacchus Marsh. including 900mm oven & loads of storage.

Private Sale: $440,000 Private Sale: $429,000
Inspect: Saturday 18th February 12.30pm–1.00pm Inspect: Saturday 18th February 1.15pm–1.45pm
Contact: Melonie Winch 0408 675 011 Contact: Melonie Winch 0408 675 011
Email: melonie@raynerrealestate.com.au Email: melonie@raynerrealestate.com.au

Marcus Julie Mark Melonie Graeme Adam Mark Rod
Rayner Archon Davis Winch Rayner Tucci Dudley Grant
0418 556 699 0422 412 964 0458 224 405 0408 675 011 0417 559 945 0411 077 128 0409 954 396 0416 231 782

175 Main Street
Bacchus Marsh raynerrealestate.com.au 5366 3600
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Rayner We put you first
10 WATSON STREET, BACCHUS MARSH 3 CHICQUITA COURT, BACCHUS MARSH
OPEN FOR INSPECTION OPEN FOR INSPECTION

SOARING CATHEDRAL CEILING 3 2 2 TIMBER FEATURES – CATHEDRAL CEILINGS 4 2 2
• You will be greeted into the lounge room with high cathedral ceiling & a built in brick & timber bar. • Jarrah timber kitchen, gas appliances, dishwasher, ceiling fan
• The master bdrm has large walk in robe and ensuite and the further 2 bdrms have BIR. • Three large bedrooms with BIR and ensuite to master. Study easy conversion to 4th bedroom.
• From the family size kitchen & meals area is where the alfresco area is located taking in all the • Comfortable formal lounge with free standing gas log fire.
North and Eastern sun. • Spacious living area featuring slate floor.
• Quality drapes throughout the home with several heating and cooling options. • Merbau timber decking
• A substantial rotunda with paving and built in wooden BBQ is located in the back yard. • Heated by gas wall furnace with evaporative cooling, front rooms.
• Double lock up garage with side gates giving access to the rear yard. • Herringbone brick paving to double garage and under house storeroom.
• Brick veneer construction built in 1990s approx.

Private Sale: $405,000 Private Sale: $415,000
Inspect: Saturday 18th February 11.00am–11.30am Inspect: Saturday 18th February 12.30pm–1.00pm
Contact: Marcus Rayner 0418 556 699 Contact: Graeme Rayner 0417 559 945
Email: marcus@raynerrealestate.com.au Email: graeme@raynerrealestate.com.au

10 AUGUSTA PLACE, BACCHUS MARSH 89 JENSZ ROAD, BACCHUS MARSH
OPEN FOR INSPECTION

VIEWS TO THE NORTH, EAST AND SOUTH 4 2 2 78 PLUS ACRES 3 2
• Secluded court location with views over the Lerderderg state Forest, Long Forest Ridge and • Just 7 minutes from the Centre of Bacchus Marsh;
the Darley to Links walk – reserve. • Three bedrooms, main with a partially completed ensuite and walk-through-robe;
• 4 bdrms with the master having a BIR and ensuite, while the further 3 bdrms all have BIRs. • Timber floors, kitchen with electric cooker;
• The geometric kitchen design is located between the formal lounge and the dining room. • Heating is by combustion heater, cooling by evaporative cooler;
• Sliding doors open out to alfresco area with pitched roof pergola and decking. • Large rainwater storage capacity and dam as well as 3 spacious general purpose sheds,
• Featuring ducted heating and evaporative ducted cooling plus the open fire place. 4 stables, 3 walk in boxes, 3 day yards and an 845m track.
• The double lock up garage (lengthwise) is located under the house, extra high double carport • Presently operated as an equine training facility but suited to many different pursuits.
and loads of undercover storage. • Zoned farming.

Private Sale: $475,000 Private Sale: $799,000
Inspect: Saturday 18th February 12.30pm–1.00pm Inspect: By appointment
Contact: Marcus Rayner 0418 556 699 Contact: Graeme Rayner 0417 559 945
Email: marcus@raynerrealestate.com.au Email: graeme@raynerrealestate.com.au

Marcus Julie Mark Melonie Graeme Adam Mark Rod
Rayner Archon Davis Winch Rayner Tucci Dudley Grant
0418 556 699 0422 412 964 0458 224 405 0408 675 011 0417 559 945 0411 077 128 0409 954 396 0416 231 782

175 Main Street
Bacchus Marsh raynerrealestate.com.au 5366 3600
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Rayner We put you first
3 CENTRAL PARK COURT, BALLAN 14 AUGUSTA DRIVE, CRESWICK
NEW LISTING NEW LISTING

RELAX – CENTRAL – ENTERTAIN 4 2 2 LIVING THE DREAM! GOLDFIELDS RESORT CRESWICK 3 3 2
• Quality 5 year old home in a quiet court location • Ideal family home or holiday accommodation
• Versatile, family friendly fl oorplan with 4 bedrooms Private Sale: $550,000 • 3 Bedrooms, 3 Bathrooms, 3 Living areas, 4 toilets Private Sale: $545,000
• Large master with dressing area and full ensuite. Inspect: By appointment • Kitchen with stainless steel appliances and induction cooktop Inspect: By appointment
• Large kitchen (with walk-in pantry)/meals/living area plus adjoining room • Gas log fi re heating plus 2 split systems
Contact: Mark Dudley 0409 954 396 Contact: Mark Dudley 0409 954 396
• Magnifi cent semi-enclosed alfresco area with spotted gum timber decking, • Magnifi cent covered decked outdoor area with great views
heating and ceiling fan. Email: mark@raynerrealestate.com.au • Incredible under house parking Email: mark@raynerrealestate.com.au
• Fully landscaped easy maintenance yard, including selection of fruit trees • Great storage rooms plus possible studio or home offi ce.
• Ducted gas heating, split system and ceiling fans

127 LACOTE ROAD, GREENDALE 120 GREENDALE-TRENTHAM ROAD, GREENDALE
OPEN FOR INSPECTION NEW LISTING

SPACIOUS FAMILY HOME 4 2 2 LAND STRIKE!! - IN POPULAR GREENDALE
• 3 acres with excellent views • 19 Acres (7.73ha) approximately
• 4 bedroom and ensuite (with spa bath & bidet) Private Sale: $599,000 • Well-formed long drive way entry Private Sale: $395,000
• 2 living areas, 2 large studies with built in shelving Inspect: Sat 18th Feb 11:30am–12:00pm • Workshop 18 x 10 metre with concrete fl ooring plus 18 x 4 metre verandah Inspect: By appointment
• Spacious kitchen/dining area, dishwasher and bay window overlooking views • Power connected
Contact: Rod Grant 0416 231 782 Contact: Mark Dudley 0409 954 396
• 1kw solar unit, solar/electric HWS • Magnifi cent elevated views
• 2 phase slab heating and 3 reverse cycle units Email: rod@raynerrealestate.com.au • Excellent cleared area for home site (STCA) Email: mark@raynerrealestate.com.au
• Bio-cycle septic system • 2 large water tanks and 2 dams

6 STANLEY STREET, GORDON 133 O’CONNORS LANE, BALLAN 94 ATKINSON STREET, BALLAN 7 LAY STREET, BALLAN

COUNTRY VIEWS 2284m2 RESIDENCE ON 10½ ACRES (Approx.) BE SURPRISED VERY COMFORTABLE
• Wow! In ever popular Gordon “Now even more so.” • 1km to freeway – 4kms to Ballan township and rail • 2 good sized bedrooms plus study with in-built desk • 3 large bedrooms (all with robes)
• Corner 1/2 acre block • 3 bedroom plus study • Stylish modern kitchen, bathroom with bath and shower • Ensuite and large walk-in-robe in main bedroom
• 3 big spacious bedrooms with BIRs to all • Large kitchen/dining area and separate lounge • Laundry cupboard • Family room onto an alfresco area, spacious dining
• Kitchen/dining and separate lounge • Wide verandahs to enjoy the rural outlook • All new fl oor coverings, gas heating • Modern kitchen with gas cooktop, dishwasher, island
• 2 way toilet and bathroom • Assortment of shedding including garage, workshop & • Carport, garden shed and rain water tank bench and pantry
• Study to rear of garage 4 bay machinery shed • Delightful garden • Large laundry with worktop and large linen cupboard

SOLD
• Marvellous garden setting • 2 large water tanks plus spring fed dam • Set on a 349sqm (approx.) block and with an easy walk • Double garage, gas ducted heating, solar/gas HWS and
to the railway station and central Ballan 3,300 litre rain tank
• On a 500 sqm block
Private Sale: $370,000 Private Sale: $695,000 Private Sale: $299,000 Private Sale: $399,000
Inspect: By appointment Inspect: By appointment Inspect: By appointment Inspect: By appointment
Contact: Mark Dudley 0409 954 396 Contact: Mark Dudley 0409 954 396 Contact: Rod Grant 0416 231 782 Contact: Rod Grant 0416 231 782
Email: mark@raynerrealestate.com.au Email: mark@raynerrealestate.com.au Email: rod@raynerrealestate.com.au Email: rod@raynerrealestate.com.au

Marcus Julie Mark Melonie Graeme Adam Mark Rod
Rayner Archon Davis Winch Rayner Tucci Dudley Grant
0418 556 699 0422 412 964 0458 224 405 0408 675 011 0417 559 945 0411 077 128 0409 954 396 0416 231 782

132 Corner Inglis & Fisken Streets
Ballan raynerrealestate.com.au 5368 1057
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Bacchus Marsh 24A Taverner Street Maddingley 7 Lodge Street 4 2 4

Attention Developers, Auction Saturday 4th March at On Maddingley Side Private Sale
Builders and Investors 11am on site This quality home combines all the Price $690,000-735,000
4.5 Acres – 1.840 HA Inspect By appointment
elements essential to modern living,
Complete with general residential characterised by an abundance Inspect Sat 18th Feb 12.30-1.00pm
land zoning. Office 137 Main Street, of space, timeless style and low
Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128 maintenance gardens. Moments away Office 137 Main Street,
Located between Main Street shops Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128
and Railway station. to Grammar and Secondary College,
Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754 train station, Maddingley Park and
For further information call Len Smith len@lensmith.com.au Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754
today on 0418 343 754. Peppertree Park. This impeccably len@lensmith.com.au
appointed home delivers community
living like no other …

Greendale 30 Napoleon Street 2 1 3

Greendale Calling! Private Sale
Within walking distance to the Price $350,000
Greendale Hotel/General Store is this
two bedroom cottage surrounded Inspect By appointment
by beautiful native gardens set on Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754
approximately 1 acre (4000sqm).

Pentland Hills 109 Palmers Lane 4 2 2

Country Style Homestead Private Sale
with City/Country Views
Price $975,000
Set in rolling green landscape and
positioned on 40 acres of lawns, Inspect Sat 18th Feb 11.00-11.30am
gardens, mature trees, pasture & bush
land is this welcoming home comprising Office 137 Main Street,
of high decorative ceilings, polished Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128 Bacchus Marsh 29 Lerderderg Street 3 2 4
hardwood flooring, quality timber
Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754 Private Sale
kitchen/ meals, lounge, family room, len@lensmith.com.au
In Only the Best Location
glorious vistas from every window This weatherboard home presents a
Price $475,000 - $490,000
sep 2BR granny flat, machinery shed, unique opportunity to renovate and
double carport and two picturesque extend, offering a great mix of position Inspect By appointment
dams. Easy freeway access to and potential, this outstanding location
Melbourne & Ballarat. Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754
is minutes from all township amenities.
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Arbee Real Estate
FOR SALE 3/7 Fisken Street, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 3/5-7 Graham Street, Bacchus Marsh
2 1 1 2 1 1

Neat As A Pin Spacious Unit in the Heart of Bacchus Marsh
Well located 2 bedroom unit. New floor coverings, new window Well presented unit, located just off Main St. Comprising of 2
furnishings, new benchtop and sink in the kitchen and freshly painted. bedrooms with BIRs, bathroom, separate toilet & laundry. Large
Kitchen with upright stove & an adjoining spacious meals area, the lounge has a gas heater & wall a/c, & kitchen/meals area leads out to a
lounge has a gas heater and a split system a/c, both bedrooms with very spacious, relaxing undercover area. This unit is complete with a
BIRs. Decked back veranda overlooking a large private backyard. single car garage. Currently occupied with an excellent tenant.
INSPECT Saturday 18th February 12.30-1.00pm INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $275,000 FOR SALE $315,000

NEW LISTING
CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157 CONTACT Steve Creese 0475 888 101
WEB arbeerealestate.com.au WEB arbeerealestate.com.au

FOR SALE 2/36 Gaynor Street, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 2/7-9 Fredrick Street, Bacchus Marsh
2 1 2 3 2 2

Quality In A Quiet Location Townhouse Living At Its Best
This beautifully presented 2 bedroom unit is ideal for the owner Built with quality & style this 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom townhouse. Tiled
occupier or investor alike. Large lounge which adjoins the spacious entry, spacious tiled meals area & kitchen with island bench, stainless
kitchen & meals area. The master bedroom has a WIR & walk through steel appliances, dishwasher & stone bench tops. Master bedroom
bathroom & the 2nd bedroom has a BIR. Ducted heating & a split with ens & WIR, family bathroom with corner spa. Ducted heating &
system a/c. Double garage & a neat alfresco area. Evap cooling, double garage with remote door & spacious backyard.
INSPECT Saturday 18th February 10.00-10.30am INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $329,000 FOR SALE $349,000

NEW LISTING NEW LISTING
CONTACT Steve Creese 0475 888 101 CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157
WEB arbeerealestate.com.au WEB arbeerealestate.com.au

FOR SALE 2/10 McCrae Street, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 23 George Street, Bacchus Marsh
3 2 1 3 1 1

Excellent Townhouse Living Walk To Everything
3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, spacious open plan kitchen, meals & family A very neat 2 bedroom plus study/small bedroom. Large master
room, bathroom, toilet & separate laundry. Kitchen with stone bench bedroom with BIR, bed 2 with BIR, beautiful lounge with split system
tops, soft close drawers & cupboards, 900mm SS upright gas oven, a/c, spacious kitchen with gas upright stove & dishwasher, double
dishwasher. Blinds to all windows. Ducted gas heating & ducted evap glass doors to the rear sunroom & study/small bedroom. Ducted
cooling. A neat decked area for outdoor entertaining & a single garage. heating, pergola, fenced rear yard, native plants & single garage.
INSPECT Saturday 18th February 11.00-11.30am INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $395,000 FOR SALE $429,000
CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157 CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157
WEB arbeerealestate.com.au WEB arbeerealestate.com.au

FOR SALE 27 Madden Drive, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 34 Gaynor Street, Bacchus Marsh
3 1 2 3 2 2

Be Quick For This One Classic Period Charm In Great Position
Sought after area, well presented family home. Large lounge room One of Maddingley’s most desirable pockets, beautifully renovated
with gas log fire, adjoining meals area & as new galley style kitchen Californian Bungalo. 3 good sized bedrooms main with Ens, polished
with quality appliances, 3 bedrooms + a study/retreat off the main floorboards, modern kitchen, separate lounge & dining, ducted
bedroom, & spacious bathroom. Gas wall furnace & ducted evap heating & split system cooling. 800m² block, 7.2m x 3.4m garage,
cooling. Pergola, landscaped gardens, double garage & workshop. double carport, and rear entry. Potential for sub-division (S.T.C.A)
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $439,000 FOR SALE $449,000
CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157 CONTACT Peter Leonard 0429 671 990
WEB arbeerealestate.com.au WEB arbeerealestate.com.au

FOR SALE 65 Cairns Drive, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 26 Wallaby Drive, Greendale
4 2 2 3 1 2

Family Home, Fabulous Location Enjoy The Tranquility
Spacious 4 bedroom plus study, 2 bathroom home located in the Elms This very comfortable 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom home is well located to
Estate on large block. 3 good living spaces, ducted heating throughout take advantage of the peace & tranquillity of the garden & bush
and a split system a/c in the main lounge. Master bedroom has a WIR surrounds. Wood heater & R/C split system in the lounge room.
& Ens. Double garage and vehicle access to backyard. All on a 1475m2 Double garage & a 6m x 5m colorbond shed that doubles as a garage
block and currently tenanted with excellent tenants. or workshop. Sundry shedding, a hothouse, stable and chook pen.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $449,000 FOR SALE $459,000

NEW LISTING
CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157 CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157, Denise Sniegowski 0456 044 024
WEB arbeerealestate.com.au WEB arbeerealestate.com.au

FOR SALE 14 Lyon Place, Ballan FOR SALE 518 Myrniong-Korobeit Road, Greendale
4 2 2 4 2 6

Timeless Charm in Country Environment A Lifestyle Awaits
Beautifully built home with period features on 3193m2 of prime Perfectly presented on approx. 3.75 acres with stunning views. 3 bedrooms
residential land. 4 bedrooms, main with WIR & ens. 3 further with study/4th bedroom & loft/attic. Open plan kitchen/dining/ living area.
bedrooms with BIRs. Spacious living room, dining room, French Undercover entertaining area with 8 person spa. Slab heating, split system
provincial inspired kitchen. Alfresco area & rear deck. Separate double cooling & ceiling fans. Substantial shedding, carport areas, multiple water
remote controlled garage & double gates offering rear access. tanks, solar panels, well fenced horse paddock, stable & dam.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $594,000 FOR SALE $849,000
CONTACT Peter Leonard 0429 671 990 CONTACT Denise Sniegowski 0456 044 024
WEB arbeerealestate.com.au WEB arbeerealestate.com.au

www.arbeerealestate.com.au
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It’s a week toNews
hold on–to14those purse strings.
February, Page 19
2017Socialising
can be more costly than anticipated and bargains may be
deceptive. Family health needs should be reviewed.
LEO—July 23-August 22

Stars & Puzzles A new relationship may become more intense than
expected. They key is for both parties to be honest about
the degree of commitment. A little bit of money coming
your way boosts your morale.
VIRGO—August 23-September 22
A challenge at the work place heats up and brings out the
best in your work. Be careful not to impose your standards
QUICK PUZZLE on others, especially your closest friends.

★★★★★★★★ LIBRA—September 23-October 22
Legal matters dominate much of your time, but don’t
hesitate to ask basic questions. If you have lost something
you treasure, it may be found by the weekend.
★★★★★★★★ SCORPIO—October 23-November 21
Opt for a more realistic, less romantic approach to a
family dilemma. Children are your best teachers this
ARIES—March 21-April 20 week. Just listen to them - they may be more astute than
The week favours wrapping up old projects, then launch- you realize.
ing new ones. Friends may be overly demanding of your
generosity or time. A firm but kind approach may be the SAGITTARIUS—November 22-December 22
only solution. A business matter may demand a professional, not casual
approach. Guarantees and agreements should be in
TAURUS—April 21-May 22 writing. If you want to change someone’s mind, being
You tend to be nostalgic, but this week focuses on the subtle is all important.
future. You may be learning about modern machinery,
updating your skills, or planning a very contempory look. CAPRICORN—December 23-January 20
This will be a good week to issue reminders to friends,
GEMINI—May 23-June 21 workmates and neighbours. Potentially rewarding
Plans are subject to last minute changes, often with posi- prospects could open up, but peruse all angles before
tive results. A friendship should not be taken for granted. making a commitment. Romance is on the upswing.
Diplomacy is essential when handling a personality AQUARIUS—January 21-February 19
problem.
Observation is all important and can pay dividends. Keep
CANCER—June 22-July 22 aware of current news happenings and goings on in the
NO. 8983 It’s a week to hold on to those purse strings. Socialising work environment. Your partner may be nearly ready to
can be more costly than anticipated and bargains may be make a commitment.
ACROSS DOWN deceptive. Family health needs should be reviewed.
7. U.S. state (3,9) 1. Criticize (8) PISCES—February 20-March 20
8. Savage (6) 2. Talk (4) LEO—July 23-August 22 A financial news brightener may arrive by the end of the
9. Reply (6) 3. Beseech (7) week, making surprise expenses easier to take. Your
10. Grazing land (7) 4. Composition (5) A new relationship may become more intense than creative ideas are novel and catch the attention of people
expected. They key is for both parties to be honest about in high places.
12. Prime (5) 5. Cosmetic (8) the degree of commitment. A little bit of money coming
15. Map (5) 6. Yield (4) your way boosts your morale.
16. Mug (7) 11. Reptile (8) BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK
18. Amble (6) 13. Military rank (8) Beneath a hard exterior lies a very tender person - and
VIRGO—August 23-September 22
20. Gemstone (6) 14. Slow (7) one with a vivid imagination. Resourcefulness is the
22. Stay (12) 17. Incline (5) A challenge at the work place heats up and brings out the operative word. You learn on the job and can make
19. Sort (4) best in your work. Be careful not to impose your standards significant career strides. One caution - watch that you
21. Capital city (4) on others, especially your closest friends. are not so easily flattered.
LIBRA—September 23-October 22
CRYPTIC PUZZLE Legal matters dominate much of your time, but don’t
ACROSS hesitate to ask basic questions. If you have lost something

SUDOKU
7. Be happy to try to increase the circulation (3,4,5). 8. you treasure, it may be found by the weekend.
Is an announcer in America (6). 9. Prepared to hang,
but innocent of the crime (6). 10. Give prominence to SCORPIO—October 23-November 21
one particular part of the portrait (7). 12. An increase - Opt for a more realistic, less romantic approach to a
and not the first (5). 15. Availing oneself of American gin
for the cocktail (5). 16. Tell you again there’s a half term NUMBER GAME
family dilemma. Children are your best teachers this
week. Just listen to them - they may be more astute than
break before it (7). 18. Back number eleven: “The In- you realize.
ventor” (6). 20. Leave the padre out the time after (6). ANSWER BELOW
22. Suffer from pessimism and be most apprehensive SAGITTARIUS—November 22-December 22
(4,3,5).
A business matter may demand a professional, not casual
DOWN approach. Guarantees and agreements should be in
1. Bar and lock and stay (8). 2. The gun in the stable (4). writing. If you want to change someone’s mind, being
3. A number, you guarantee, will be critical (7). 4. Move subtle is all important.
this peculiar fellow in (5). 5. Ignorant and slack, you say CAPRICORN—December 23-January 20
(8). 6. One’s started leasing the land (4). 11. On the bar-
rel is a name and it’s foreign (8). 13. What’s so absorb- This will be a good week to issue reminders to friends,
ing in the bank statement? (8). 14. Tree, you say, is some- workmates and neighbours. Potentially rewarding
one who won’t mind his own business (7). 17. Join you prospects could open up, but peruse all angles before
the night after, say (5). 19. It’s silly getting a day behind making a commitment. Romance is on the upswing.
(4). 21. Where you plan to grow vegetables? (4). AQUARIUS—January 21-February 19
Observation is all important and can pay dividends. Keep
D-aft. 21, Plot. aware of current news happenings and goings on in the
SOLUTIONS - CROSSWORD NO. 8982
terest. 14, Meddler (medlar). 17, U-nite (you night). 19, work environment. Your partner may be nearly ready to
make a commitment.
Untaught (untaut). 6, I’s-le(asing). 11, Tun-is-Ian. 13, In-
QUICK SOLUTIONS
Down - 1, But-tress. 2, Colt. 3, C-ensure. 4, Shi-F-t. 5,
Across - 6, Connecticut. 7, Trap. 8, Pea-green. 9, Bother.
Edis-oN (rev.). 20, Depar-t. 22, Fear the worst. PISCES—February 20-March 20
10, Debate. 12, Banter. 15, Casino. 17, Stiletto. 19, Bait.
Feature. 12, A-gain. 15, US-ing. 16, Rest-a-te(rm). 18, A financial news brightener may arrive by the end of the
20, Commendable. week, making surprise expenses easier to take. Your
Across - 7, Rub one’s hands. 8, States. 9, Framed. 10,
Down - 1, Snapshot. 2, Pepper. 3, Strand. 4, Scar. 5, creative ideas are novel and catch the attention of people
CRYPTIC SOLUTIONS
Street. 6, Cargo. 11, Bush-baby. 13, Attack. 14, Rotten. in high places.
15, Cloudy. 16, Noise. 18, Lamp.
ging. 17, Slope. 19, Type. 21, Rome.
BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK
Lipstick. 6, Cede. 11, Tortoise. 13, Sergeant. 14, Lag-
CRYPTIC SOLUTIONS Beneath a hard exterior lies a very tender person - and
Down - 1, Reproach. 2, Chat. 3, Implore. 4, Essay. 5,
Garnet. 22, Postponement.
Across - 6, Bear the name. 7, Miss. 8, Bootless. 9, Off-
Pasture. 12, First. 15, Chart. 16, Tankard. 18, Stroll. 20, one with a vivid imagination. Resourcefulness is the
ice. 10, G-I’d-eon. 12, Dam-seL. 15, S-heat-h. 17, Touch
Across - 7, New Hampshire. 8, Brutal. 9, Answer. 10, operative word. You learn on the job and can make
off. 19, Neat. 20, Sad to relate.
QUICK SOLUTIONS significant career strides. One caution - watch that you
Down - 1, Par-snips (rev.). 2, Stable. 3, Be-long. 4, Fall. are not so easily flattered.
5, Sees to (seize, too). 6, Brief. 11, D-rew n-ear. 13, Ar-
SOLUTIONS - CROSSWORD NO. 8983
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LOCAL CLASSIFIEDS
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FUNERALS STONEMASON GARAGE SALE GRASS SLASHING FOR SALE WOOD FOR SALE
WILSON
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IN MEMORIAM WATER MUSIC CATERING WANTED TO BUY

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PUBLIC NOTICE EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT PRINTING BOOKKEEPING
CASUAL/PART TIME CAR SALES REP Moorabool EXPERIENCED
Annual General Meeting COOK • Well presented BOOKKEEPER
The Ballan shire Historical Society Inc. Greendale Country Pub • Basic Computer Skills SERVICES OFFERED:
will be holding their AGM on • Must be available • Communication Skills rint Centre ■ Payroll ■ Superannuation
Thursday–Sunday • Must be licensed for print • copy • scan • design ■ EBA Experience
Wednesday 22nd February 2017 • Organised and Experienced manual and automatic ■ Cashflow ■ Budgets
at the Courthouse in Steiglitz St. Ballan, • Highly Motivated • Full Time ■ Accounts Receivable
commencing at 8.00pm. • Work in a Team Environment • Retainer and Commission
■ Accounts Payable
All members, friends and visitors welcome. EMAIL: BLUE STAR MOTORS 58A Steiglitz Street, Ballan ■ Bank Loans/
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Rick Biden, (Sec.) - 5368 2544
by 24th February 2017 ASK FOR GEORGE
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FUNERALS EMPLOYMENT FOR SALE
TRUCK DRIVER WANTED
FRESH SEASONAL VEGETABLES
150 years of service to the
FULL TIME POSITION
Shires of Hebpurn and Moorabool
& surrounds.
(Must be available Saturday)
Pre-paid & Pre-planned
Mt Egerton
Must have HC Licence and Vic Roads driving record.
funerals available Beetroot, Marrow, Tomato, Egg Plant, Carrots,
150 years of service to the Shires of Hepburn and Moorabool
Andrew Nuske and Alicia Kay A medical will be required once started. Based in Parsnip, Squash, Zucchini, Cucumber, Koharbi,
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OFFICEfunerals available.
: 24 BRIDPORT STREET Bacchus Marsh and to work in Melbourne Metro and Lettuce, Capsicum, Honey & Preserves
DAYLESFORD. 3460
Andrew Nuske and Alica Kay Western suburbs quarry. Truck and Trailer experience OUR VEGETABLES ARE ONLY SOLD BY US AT
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Daylesford essential, training and uniform will be provided.
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5348 2762 ALL HOURS
Individual and Personal Goodbyes.
or Phone 0419 023 736 5368 9476 / 0408 778 680
Individual and Personal Goodbyes
EMPLOYMENT
EMPLOYMENT
FUNERALS Apprentice Position
Local work around Ballan and surrounding areas.

PAT CASHIN Must be prepared to work hard and learn on the job.
Completion of Year 12 an advantage but not a
requirement.

FUNERALS If you have an interest in the building industry and
are keen to learn, please do not hesitate to apply.
Please send resume including references, to;
info@ballanbuilders.com.au
CATERING COORDINATOR
1114 Doveton St. Nth, SS5 – 6: $27.12 – $29.15 per hour
Lady Northcote Recreation Camp requires the services of a
Ballarat EMPLOYMENT Catering Coordinator to lead the catering team in the delivery of
delicious and healthy meals to over 30,000 campers who come
Ph: 5333 3911 WAREHOUSE ASSISTANT
Ridge-Bay Washers requires the services of a
through Lady Northcote each year.
To apply please contact Rob Cummins at
All Hours FULL TIME Warehouse Assistant at their factory
in Bacchus Marsh.
rob.cummins@ymca.org.au

ull servi
F ate costce The successful applicant should possess metalworking
skills and hold a current forklift licence.
The position entails assisting with the manufacture of
APPLICATIONS CLOSE 17 FEB 2017
Learn more online at:

at moder
metal components, picking of orders, loading trucks www.victoria.ymca.org.au/careers
and keeping the warehouse in a neat & tidy condition.
Please email your resume to
jobs@ridgebaywashers.com.au
Classifieds/Sport
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PUBLIC NOTICE STORAGE SHIPPING CONTAINERS PUBLIC NOTICE

Ballan Bacchus Marsh Football Netball Club
Request for AGM Meetings
Submission Containers SHIPPING CONTAINERS The Bacchus Marsh Football Netball club Seniors and
& Storage New & Used Juniors will be holding their Annual General Meetings
Short & Long 20 ft & 40 ft which will finally sign off the 2016 season.
Number: CFA-2015-1432 Won’t be beaten on
Term Rentals The meetings will be held in the Club Rooms on 24th February as follows:
Central Highlands Training Campus Price or quality! JUNIORS 6:30pm start
CFA has been looking for a suitable site to Containers For Sale Please ring for a ** As a couple of parents will be progressing through to the Seniors this
purchase around the Ballan area for some & Hire FREE QUOTE: year there will be a couple of support positions available. **
1800 562 269 SENIORS 7:15pm start
time. We are seeking further submissions from
0490 420 219 M: 0439 047 019
interested land owners within the Ballan area ** The following General Committee positions will be available for election
for the purchase of approximately 30 – 40 as Jason Stoyanoff is stepping down as the Treasurer and Brett Faulkhead
hectares (75 – 100 acres) of land. is standing down as the Secretary, the club thanks them both for their
contribution over the last 2 years. **


Site Requirements
The preferred location of the proposed
The Moorabool News Similar to the Juniors, the Seniors are also looking for support throughout
the year with general volunteers and also looking for a Canteen Manager
site is South to South- East of the Ballan OFFICE 58A Steiglitz Street, Ballan, 3342 as Nev Suban is stepping down. The club also thanks you for your support.
township. Volunteers are a life line of any club so if you can spare any time throughout
PHONE (03) 5368 1966
• Reasonable accessibility. the year, please let the club know.
FAX (03) 5368 2764
• Relatively level topography. These meetings are open to everyone who would like to attend so we hope
EMAIL E ditorial news@themooraboolnews.com.au to see you there.
• Away from waterways.
Advertising sales@themooraboolnews.com.au
• Service connections are accessible.
Ad copy graphics@themooraboolnews.com.au
CFA follows the Victorian Government Land DEADLINES Early General News - 5pm Friday
Transactions Policy and Guidelines in regard to Sport - 9am Monday

we’re now online…
land purchases. Display Advertising - Noon Thursday
Interested land owners should contact Brian Classifieds - Noon Friday

go to
Robie on 9262 8354 or b.robie@cfa.vic.gov.au EDITOR Helen Tatchell
for further details. GRAPHIC DESIGN Glen Martin
Closing Date and Time: PUBLISHED BY The Ballan News Pty Ltd
2.00 pm, Wednesday 22 February 2017
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Vale - Gordon Lockman Avenue Bowling Club
By Len Baker
Division 2 v Learmonth best with a 12-shot win,
Long-serving Victorian Harness
Peter Glass’ rink fared best closely followed by Di
Racing Media Association
of the four rinks going down Hardiment’s rink (10 shots
President Gordon Lockman
by just four shots, after trail- up) and Mike Robert’s rink
passed away peacefully in the
ing by 13 early in the game (2 shots up). It would have
Northern Hospital on Thursday
and arguably would have been a clean sweep for Av-
December 29, 2016.
won, but for four consecutive enue, but Ray Humphries
Gordon had been in ill health
Results - Round 15 ends where they dropped a rink could only manage a
for many months, but insisted total of 13 shots. A similar draw. Nonetheless the 17
on being at the VHRMA Hall Division 1 v Learmonth
story happened on Peter points gained took the team
of Fame dinner, held at Tabcorp For Avenue, Ben Gould’s Thistlethwaite’s rink where to outright top of the ladder,
Park Melton in November rink led the charge with a they led by seven shots with however it must be noted
in what was his last public solid 28-17 win, whilst Steve seven ends to go, but then that there is only 13 points
appearance. Sullivan’s rink secured a two dropped 19 shots to lose by separating 1st from 5th place,
A harness racing devotee shot win over their respec- 12 shots. Glenys Kay’s all girl so there is still work to be
through and through, Gordon tive quality opponents, giv- team did well to come back done to secure a finals berth.
was inducted into the Harness ing Avenue some chance of after dropping seven shots Final score – Avenue 102 def
Racing Hall Of Fame in 2011. pulling off what would be a on the first end, to draw level Victoria 78.
An illustrious career saw him remarkable, if not unexpect- before losing the initiative
involved with the now defunct ed, win. However, narrow after the tea break to fall be- Division 7 v Victoria
publication, Australian Trotting losses to Bill Hawken’s rink hind by seven shots. To their Led well by Mal Smith’s
Register, the HBA Stallion Guide (7 shots) and Dino Boratto’s credit, they again fought rink, which won by a mam-
and he was editor of Trackbred rink (6 shots) evened the back to be within two shots moth 25 shots, and Stan
magazine for a number of years. ledger after the final bowl with two ends to go, before Cummings’ rink (16 shots
He also held a position as was delivered. losing five shots to go down up), Avenue comfortably
Secretary/Manager of both the Whilst it was not a win, a by seven shots, ironically the covered one shot losses to
Cranbourne Harness Racing draw was most welcome for number they lost on the first Oscar Mauff’s rink and
Club and Newcastle Harness Avenue as it provided the end. Don Lemin’s rink to earn
Racing Club a number of team with a valuable nine Final score - Avenue 87 lost 14 points for the day and
decades back. points for the day to open up Learmonth 129. secure a 32-shot buffer over
Always available to assist any a 10-point buffer over Mid- Division 5 v Victoria the fourth placed team on
harness racing personnel at lands Gold. The players responded to the ladder.
any time, Gordon will be sadly Final score – Avenue 90 the challenge with Stewart Final score – Avenue 114 def
missed by the industry. drew Learmonth 90. Wilson’s rink performing Victoria 75.

Bacchus Marsh Little Athletics
The athletes continue to strive to improve
on their own personal results with U/9
athlete Zander Vergles obtaining six
Ballan Golf Club Personal Best results last Saturday, a meet
that saw good attendance numbers at
Results - Week ending Saturday 11 February Masons Lane Reserve in Bacchus Marsh.
Wednesday – Stableford At the Maryborough Open Day last Sunday
Winner Barry Sims (15) 35 points, Bacchus Marsh athletes represented the
R/up on c/b John McLeod 35 points. Centre and included Emma Stewart, Kayla
Downes, Olivia Way, Tamara Henry, Keely
NTP - 15th Bob Arklay. Rich, Zane Rich and Braydn Rich. All
Magpie - 14th Barry Sims. 4th Eagles nest Barry Sims. athletes excelled and claimed a haul of
medals - 21 Gold, 8 Silver and 2 Bronze.
Saturday - Stableford
This Friday will be a twilight meet
(1st Round House Teams) 
commencing at 5pm. The Western Metro
A Grade - winner Nick Sims (13) 39 points, Region Track & Field Championships will
R/up Rod Caithness (12) 38 points. also be on over the weekend at Werribee.
B Grade - winner Ian Bragge (17) 37 points, Bacchus Marsh will be represented by
R/up Kev Lockman (15) 36 points. athletes Ava Conroy, Charlie Conroy, Elise
C Grade - winner on the day John Fitzgerald (24) 40 points, Cook, Torin Davidson, Kayla Downes,
R/up Victor Buttigieg (23) 36 points. Tyrah Doyle, Evie Ducas, Mackenzie
NTPs - 2nd Peter Di Fiore, 7th Ken Muhlhan, Estlick, James Farren, Shameka Grero,
16th Rod Caithness. Jasmine Hannett, William Lalor, Ryan
Lister, Hayden Lloyd, Alex Lloyd, Taryn
Magpies - 14th Ian Bragge, 18th Peter Clifford.
McMinn, Solomon Miesen, Jarvis Miles,
Balls 8, Cut-off 36: John Fitzgerald, Nick Sims, Rod Caith- Miah Miles, Keely Rich, Bridie Shanahan,
ness, Don Wickson, Rick Roden, Ian Bragge, Bob Arklay, Bryce Stephenson, Olivia Way and Rebecca
Victor Buttigieg. West. BMLAC athletes at the Maryborough Open Day.

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Ballan Cricket Darley Cricket
By Shaun Kelly sive lower-order batting by tory well and truly within
Ballan 1 St X1
youngster Jordan Monaghan sight. Bryce Galea was the
Ballan 2/365dec def Lucas Seniors (41), Brendan Densley (34), only batsman dismissed on
175 & 5/204 Beau Jamieson (28) and Josh 15, with the in-form Jordan
Another unbeaten century
Batting - M Nolan 100 no, Z by opening batsman Lach- Calvitto (16) saw the Lions Monaghan (24) and Joel Cad-
Graham 93 no, A Cairns 90, lan Herring has placed Dar- reach their score of 166 and, man (16) guiding the Lions
C Tooze 65 ret, D Gardiner ley within striking distance importantly, take 73.1 overs to stumps.
20. of a Ballarat Cricket Associa- to do so, leaving no time for The 14 & Under First XI
Bowling - 2nd Innings tion First XI finals berth with Golden Point to send them have some work to do next
Z Graham 15-1-4/55, two rounds remaining. back in seeking outright week against Wendouree
Gardiner 11-0-1/67. Herring’s 103 not out al- points. Red, who batted first and
Ballan continued batting lowed Darley to chase down Darley’s Third XI had a scored 5/130 off their 25
North Ballarat’s score of similarly scary chase to ap- overs. Five different bowl-
this week, with all batsman
9/207 in their two-day match proach, with VRI Delacombe ers took the wickets for
making great contributions.
this past weekend, with the scoring 325 last week and the Lions – James Martin-
Zac Graham continued on
Lions passing North’s score having the Lions 1/5 at the dale, Noah Simmons, Ryan
from last week being 93 not end of the first day’s play, but
with five wickets down to Densley, Will Johnston and
out. Alex Cairns made 90 in their finest performance Austin Macbeth, before they
runs in 91 balls and Mick Evan Shaw earns his second stumping finishing the game have them sitting in third
also with 2 catches and 1 run-out. Photos – Chris Thom place on the BCA ladder, of the year, Darley passed started their batting innings,
Nolan made 100 in only 41 VRI’s total late in the day which sits precariously on
twelve points clear of fifth-
balls that allowed Ballan to win by four wickets and 6/79 at the end of play. Ryan
Bowling - J McGregor 7-1- bowling and fielding was placed Golden Point, and
to declare at tea and chase bring up their second vic- Densley (34) and Hayden
4/28, D Graham 9-0-2/34, very good again with the with a guaranteed six points
an outright win. Ballan tory for the season. Nash (25 not out) were the
J Crowe 6-0-1/41, B Rivett bowling led by Johnny coming up from next week’s
got three quick wickets in Darley’s Fourth XI remain only batsmen to reach dou-
1-0-1/6 Horan taking two wickets bye, the Lions are in a great
the second innings having well and truly in the finals ble figures.
Ballan lost the toss and without conceding a run. position to play a part in this
Lucas 3/22 but Ballan’s year’s finals series. hunt in their one-day com- 14 & Under Second XI v Mt
attempt for outright was bowled first. Our bowlers James Childs also took two
Herring’s century came petition after an impressive Clear
halted with Lucas’ fourth struggled at times against great run-outs in the field.
from 205 balls with 13 victory over ladder leaders After winning the toss and
wicket partnership of 131, some good batting, although
Under 12 boundaries, carrying his Ballarat Fire Brigade on Sat- batting first, Mount Clear
leaving Ballan with a great the bowlers were let down urday, winning by 24 runs.
at times by the fielding. Ballan 5/48 v St Anthony’s bat throughout the innings worked their way to 4/91
first innings win. and featuring in a 94 run off their 25 overs, whilst in
Pick of the bowlers was Jack 4/103
fourth wicket stand with Juniors reply, Darley sit on 5/79 after
Ballan 2nd X1 McGregor with four wickets Batting - J Black 12 no,
club champion Matthew 16 & Under v Golden Point their 25 overs.
Ballan 224 lost Mt Clear and Dylan Graham with B Conroy 11, N Loft 4, Z
Cape (48) and a 39 run fifth After the Pointies won the Under 12
8/261 two. The match continues Vincent 2 wicket partnership with toss and batted at the Darley The competition has re-
Batting - N Heafield 74, J this week with Ballan at the Bowling - M Conroy Brad Barnes (19), which saw Hub, it took Darley’s bowl- turned to a two-day format,
McDaid 44, R Lindsey 20, T crease. 2-0-1/11, J Black 2-0-1/6, Z Barnes dismissed once vic- ing attack just 31.1 overs to with the Darley Cubs in a
Trickey 21, B Masters 19. Boland 2-0-1/7. tory had been secured. skittle the opposition, bowl- great position in their game
Under 13
Bowling - B Masters 8-0- Darley’s Second XI had a ing them out for 76 after they against Melton Centrals
Ballan 5/144 v East Ballarat
3/48, R Ranieri 8-0-2/33, N Ballan batted first and got big task ahead of them as were looking good on 1/51. White after Friday night’s
Gold 5/95
Heafield 6-0-1/27, J McDaid they set out to chase down Mitch Ward was the main first night of play.
Batting - D Pascoe 50 ret, C off to a terrible start losing
5-0-2/41 the 331 runs Golden Point destroyer, taking three The Cubs restricted Melton
Gates 22 ret, M Popple 19 no, two wickets in the first over
Ballan put in a steady had posted against them last wickets for just four runs off Centrals to 1/51 off their 20
J Johnston 12 no, J Horan 11. but recovered to be 5/48 after
effort in the field under week, and despite a gallant his four overs, with James overs, with George Martin-
Bowling - J Horan 2-2-1/0, 20 overs due to good batting
really tough conditions. The lower-order batting effort, Hunt (2/10), Liam Cornford dale the lone wicket-taker,
T Cox 2-0-1/8, D Pascoe by James Black 12 no and Ben the Lions fell 165 runs short,
bowlers started well and (2/2 off three overs), Regan before scoring 3/70 off their
2-0-1/8. Conroy 11. When Ballan had dismissed for 166. King (1/5 off four overs) and 20 overs to sit in the box seat
supported by the fielders.
Ballan were sent into bat, the ball all bowlers put in a It didn’t look like Darley Aiden Cox (1/33) all snaring heading into next Friday
Ballan’s batsmen got starts
but could not convert into the boys batted well together good performance having would even get that close wickets. night, with Ryder O’Brian
a big score which cost them building good partnerships, St Anthony’s 4/ 56 after 12 for a while, especially when This left 11 overs for the Li- (8 not out) and Malakie
the win. led by Daniel Pascoe 50 overs but St Anthony’s had a skipper Jamie McKerrow ons to face at the end of the McLoughlin (6) looking
compulsory retired, Cody couple of big hitters and got was dismissed without scor- day, and they came out with good with the bat.
Under 16 Gates 22 ret and Mackenzie to 103 at the end of their 20 ing to have the Lions teeter- bats blazing to sit on 1/64 Darley Pride v Melton West
Ballan v East Ballarat 9/262 Popple 19 ret. Ballan’s overs. ing at 5/26, but some impres- at the end of play, with vic- – no results

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