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Darley Senior footballers made it a ‘Darley Double’ taking out the 2017 Grand Final against Bacchus Marsh, a feat the Reserves team also achieved. Photo – Helen Tatchell

By Meg Saultry
Simply the best! throughout the day, but Darley were Cobra’s coach Travis Hodgson told the team encourage his team to hold their man and
impressive to keep Bacchus Marsh goalless. to “win the ball and go hard”. trust their teammates before enthusing there
The Senior Darley Devils were crowned The Devils led by the 14 points at the end of “The wind is swaying both ways; don’t be were only ‘thirty minutes to go’.
premiers in the Ballarat Football League on the first term after kicking against the wind. too concerned with the scoreboard, have The Cobras didn’t fold over, kicking goal
Saturday, crushing cross town rivals Bacchus for goal alongside the Devils. But with
Bacchus Marsh coach Travis Hodgson told faith in what you go.”
Marsh by 50 points. no way back into the game, it was only a
his team to ‘work hard to create’ and ‘use The tension between the teams escalated as
Playing coach and former AFL star Heath matter of Darley running down the clock.
your body to clear the way for teammates’ as successive big hits by both teams resulted in
Scotland capped off a stellar first year in Supporters began chanting the team song
they worked hard to get back into the game. the first brawl of the game, before Dean Heta
charge, joining Luke Delaney in being voted several minutes before the siren, as a massive
best on ground. Inaccurate kicking by the Devils in the from Bacchus Marsh was yellow carded for celebration for the entire club followed in the
second quarter halted their efforts to extend 15 minutes, leaving the Cobras a man down. middle of the ground.
With supporters from both sides filling the
Mars Stadium, it was labelled the ‘Ultimate their lead, kicking two goals four, before Bacchus Marsh later begun to show their After the game, Scotland said to his team
Battle of the Bridge’. Darley were eager to Bacchus Marsh sealed their first goal of the frustrations when a free kick was reversed that there was “nothing better than this” and
recreate their premiership win from 2015, game in the 28th minute. due to a Cobra player dragging an opponent it was “reward for all the hard work they had
while Bacchus Marsh was chasing back to Hoping to capitalise, the Cobras scored early across the ground. put in since last October”.
back flags. in the third, before the Devils put the foot With the premiership almost in their reach, Final score - Darley (14.13.97) defeated
The windy conditions were a key feature down extending the lead by eight goals. Scotland used the third quarter huddle to Bacchus Marsh (6.11.47)

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Darley double
By Meg Saultry there to be made”.
It seemed to work, as young
The Darley Reserves
Cooper Pepi took a brilliant
started off a successful day
five bounce run along the
for the club, claiming the
Ballarat Football League boundary wing before
Reserves Premiership with delivering the ball to Dale
a comeback performance Grenfell to make it a one
against Bacchus Marsh in goal ball game.
the Grand Final. The atmosphere in the
Held at the new Mars stadium was electric, as
Stadium, Darley’s Brad Speak converted his second
Inglis was named Best
goal from the boundary line,
on Ground, as the Devils
giving Darley the lead for
turned a 24-point deficit into
a 14-point win. the first time all game.
Bacchus Marsh got off to a Quade Butt of Bacchus
flying start, winning the toss Marsh responded immedi-
and kicking the first goal of ately to put the Cobras back
the game within a minute of in front, before another Dev-
the first bounce. Free kicks ils goal changed the lead for
proved costly for the Devils the third time in as many
as their undisciplined play
minutes.
resulted in Bacchus Marsh
rushing to a four-goal lead. Darley’s Ross Gundy put
At quarter time Devils’ the nail in the coffin, with
coach Travis Minns told his the whole team rushing to
team that “the chase and congratulate him, before
tackles and pressure are on, Grenfell kicked his third of
but we can’t be giving away the game.
those free kicks”. With smiles on their faces,
The winning Reserves Football Premiers for 2017 Darley football club, and the team enjoy their silverware.
In the Cobras’ huddle coach Photo – Helen Tatchell Darley played out the last
Rick Miller demanded
minute of the game before
“Pressure, pressure, pres- the players. up with a second, as Aaron accompanying their two the game out to 12 points
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front. I’m effort driven and game came in the sixth min- Inaccurate kicking stopped kept the lead going into half Minns tried to inspire his Final score - Darley (8.13.61)
we all have to start caring. ute of the second quarter, Darley from taking control time. team saying “if we want defeated Bacchus Marsh
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Highway death Police
By Jessica Howard

A 17-year-old has been charged following
female passenger.
Following the crash, the boy immediately
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fled the scene in a second stolen vehicle, Ballan police attempted to intercept
a fatal crash and high-speed chase in Ballan which he drove to a Wendouree property, a vehicle on Saturday 16 September,
last week. where he was later arrested. registration number YKN-609, a
The crash occurred on the Western In an out of sessions court hearing on silver Ford Fairlane in Atkinson
Highway at around 2:30pm on Tuesday Wednesday evening, the boy was charged Street, Ballan. This vehicle is
(September 19). It is alleged the driver was with culpable driving, dangerous driving suspected of having been used in
involved in multiple aggravated burglaries causing death, conduct endangering life, a number of petrol drive-offs from
in Ballarat earlier that day. theft of motor vehicle, aggravated burglary, Ballan BP in the days prior to this.
Police say they spotted the boy driving a burglary and other offences. The vehicle did not stop and evaded
stolen Toyota HiAce, known to police, in Speaking at the scene of the crash, Assistant Police attempts to intercept it. The
Ballan. Lights and sirens were activated Commissioner for Road Policing, Doug public are requested to report any
in an attempt to intercept the driver, who Fryer said the accused made a conscious sightings or come forward with any
did not stop and instead proceeded, west decision not to stop when police indicated information in relation to the vehicle
bound, onto the Western Highway at to do so. or its occupants.
significant speeds. “This is a tragedy that just didn’t need to •••
After a short pursuit, the vehicle hit a happen,” he said.
On Friday 22 September an
stationary truck located in the emergency The boy has been remanded to appear at a erratically driven vehicle was
lane on the highway, killing a 16-year-old Children’s Court at a later date. intercepted on the Western Freeway,
Melbourne-bound. The vehicle was
A father’s tribute observed to cross lanes multiple
“…… as I sit here with pain and emotions, tears running down my face like they have since times at speeds alleged to be 140
you’ve been gone, this is the hardest thing I have to write and no parent should have to but here Km/h. The driver of the vehicle
goes baby girl. I’m one of the proudest dads you will ever meet, when I found out your mum was continued to drive after losing his
pregnant I was the happiest person in the world the day you came into the world I had a baby front left wheel for a further 800m
girl and I had a smile from ear to ear and a tear as well we done everything together I had so before being intercepted by Police.
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corn and zucchini fritters topped Cos lettuce, crisp and
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spinach
with bacon, avocado, bruschetta mix and
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a poached egg, served with caesar dressing cheese, grain mustard mayonnaise and spicy
h Salads
barbecue sauce, served on a burger bun
with chips.
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Suggested All kids’ meals are served with The Coffee Club’s
wine:
activity pack. Add a kids’ juice or bottle of water wholesome dishes 2008 Marsanne
with a little twist from me. $9/gl $35/bot
with  
tomato relish, served with
Egg & Hollanda caramelised  
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dressed rocket.
onions,   roasted  VOUCHER:peppers,   rocket  and anchovies.
Chicken, Pumpkin 2437kJ for $2 (468kJ). Our babycinos are free.

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2396kJ
MUST REDEEM Not2884kJto be used
A cheese omelette with roasted I hope you enjoy it!
$12.50
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Salmon & Avocado Stack mushrooms, ricotta cheese,
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served on a burger bun. two baked corn and
with
panko crumbed chicken breast topped
cherry tomatoes and cheese, toasted in
a soft Smashed
a poached egg, served with caesar dressing Avo on Toast 1386kJ
zucchini fritters topped with avocado, dill and Two poached eggs served on toasted ciabatta
Greek Salad with a mild salsa, crisp bacon1256kJ and The Coffee Club’s Food Ambassador
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onion ricotta,2088kJ
cherry tomatoes. Suggested
a poached egg and baby spinach.
Chorizo, Tomato & Basil
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of:
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tomato
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3981kJ
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tomato, cheese,
kalamataand Half
Red Blend $8/gl
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olives, with price
coleslaw andapplies
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chips.
tortilla and served with a fresh garden salad.
$30/bot
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2884kJ
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muesli clusters, dried cranberries
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Leg Ham
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served with a lemon Club
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cucumber,
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2375kJ Low gluten meals may come in contact
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2006 Cabernet (Connawarra)
roasted capsicum,
cakes served with chips, a fresh
Chorizo 709kJgarden Seasoned
salad potato wedges served 4452kJ
Toasties served with coleslaw,
made traditionally on buttered white with gluten during preparation.
BLT mint, crispy shallots and abread,
thai basil dressing.
Manchego  cheese                                    
Chicken,
                                             
ricotta,
615kJAvocado
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erved with lemon pepper with sweet chilli sauce and sour cream.
Bacon,2343kJ
and tartare sauce.
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cos lettuce, tomato, mayonnaise toasted with your favourite fillings. Our eggs are cage free.
caramel sauce and 2343kJ
 
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h garden salad Chicken & Bacon Baked Beans
3832kJ & Macadamia 216kJ Salad
With Cheese
3644kJ & Baconrelish, served on toasted ciabatta
4528kJ with chips.
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Chicken,
Lemon Pepper Calamari
2599
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& Macadamia Salad $
(gluten  free  option  available)  
535kJ
Club Sandwich Grilled chicken breast,
dusted mixed
with lemon lettuce, cherry
pepper Leg3832kJ
Ham 2828kJ The average adult daily energy intake is 8700kJ.

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3469kJ Grilled chicken breast, bacon, tomatoes, gardensides
red onion
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toast served with
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337kJ Large Chips spanish onion, cheese and caesar

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With  apple,  coriander  &  Anakie  honey  salsa  served  with  a    
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4059kJ Extra Bread (2) Grilled Beef, Pumpkin
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718kJ on thick cut toast with chips.
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in some deviations. Further, all meals may contain and/or come
Fruit Toast (2)
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omelettes Foodonion,
brings people
tomato,together, chickpeas, with capsicum, red onion,
Grilled lean steak with grilled rocket, and it’s amixedprivilege $ $ 99
Winemakers  Cheese  Platter  –                                                                                                        $22
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and a poached egg on a mix andortomato relish,
fresh omelettes cheese, mustard mayonnaise
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onion and basil, and served served onyour
toasted ciabatta
own to tastes.chips.
suit yourwith feta, spinach, rocket, mint and a lemon dressing. served on toasted ciabatta with chips. Thai Sweet Chilli Prawns
Cheese & Cheese Rolls
fresh and
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tta with basil pesto.
Ham, Cheese & Tomato Selection  of  Meredith  cheese,  
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activityand SUPER 41¢
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                 dishes
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cado, bruschetta mix and & Spinach for $2 (468kJ). Our babycinos are free.
I hope you enjoy it! Smashed Avo on Toast 1386kJ and The Coffee Club’s Food Ambassador
erved with dressed rocket. A cheese omelette with roasted 3351kJ
Chicken Parmigiana
3351kJ1883kJ mushrooms, ricotta cheese, red onion Egg on Toast
A panko crumbed chicken breast topped 1280kJ Pancakes (2) 1946kJ
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Chorizo, Tomato & Basil 3981kJ cheese, and served with coleslaw and chips.
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and basil, served with toasted ciabatta. Club Nachos
Served with ice cream and Low Gluten Option 2
$ 30

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Grilled Tomato 55kJ
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Hash Brown made traditionally on buttered white bread,
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toasted energy intake is 8700kJ.
12-4pm
Chorizo 709kJ with sweet chilli sauce and sour cream.
1-9 Bennett Street, Bacchus Marsh
Ham &&Cheese available as an open grill.
Open grills 615kJ Fingers 4528kJ Also
2375kJ Low gluten meals2828kJ may come in contact on public holidays.

CAFE | CELLAR DOOR
3637kJ Haloumi
SERVED WITH CHIPS
216kJ Cheese Bacon
WithServed A surcharge of 15% Phone: 5367 3388
Baked Beans with chips or salad Leg Ham
Mon–Fri 4am–3pm Sat 6am–3pm
with gluten during preparation.
Limit rights reserved. Persons under the age of 18 will not be served alcohol or tobacco.

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on buttered white bread, standard product
With cheese and tomato Nutritional information is based on the average
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2290 Ballan Road, Anakie (next to Fairy Park)
Bacon (2) 884kJ
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Grilled Steak 536kJ Small Chips
With cheese and avocado in contact with various allergens including
(without limitation)

2 Albert St Darley Ph: 5367 2888
Large Chips 2793kJ For a full allergen list
Smoked Salmon 337kJ nuts, seafood, gluten and dairy products.
Leg Ham 2828kJ Grilled Chicken Breast 718kJ
Turkey The average adult daily
3238kJ
energy intake is 8700kJ. and nutritional details, please visit www.coffeeclu
b.com.au

5284 1227 M: 0418 543 844 www.delrios.com.au
Extra Bread (2) 1813kJ

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Lemon Pepper Calamari 1107kJ
With cheese and tomato Fruit Toast (2) 1261kJ With cheese and cranberry A surcharge of 15% applies on
Ice Cream 669kJ Avo Smash 486kJ holidays.
884kJ Grilled Chicken 3515kJ Nutritional information is based on the average standard product
2793kJ
With cheese and avocado and is correct as at time of printing. Natural variations may result
718kJ
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Future Picassos
Ballan Primary School students have
showcased their artistic talents.
All students had multiple pieces of art
works on display during a colourful and
stimulating art show held on campus on
Wednesday September 13.
Works included painting, collage,
drawing, construction, weaving, and
papier-mâché, with some creations based
on books, such as Nick Bland’s ‘Cranky
Bear’.
Grade five and six students also created
papier-mâché puppets that were part of a
number of performances throughout the
evening.
Ballan Primary School offers yearly art
shows alongside music concerts, sporting
events and numeracy and literacy days.

Council
Clips
By Kate Taylor

The pedestrian refuge on Grant St may be
the subject of an upcoming safety audit.
East Ward Councillor Jarrod Bingham put
forward a Notice of Motion at the September
6 council meeting requesting that council
write to VicRoads Western Region seeking
the audit on the refuge, on Grant St adjacent
to the swimming pool.
The letter will request that the audit
specifically look at the installation of safety
barriers at this site, and that a response be
provided outlining the results of the safety
audit and any associated implementation
actions.
“Given the commencement of $45M worth
of upgrades to Bacchus Marsh – Geelong
Road (then turning into Grant Street) and
the approval of the road as a double road
train route, the pedestrian refuge on Grant
Street, Bacchus Marsh needs further work
to improve safety for users, including
installation of adequate safety barriers,” Cr
Bingham said.
“Concerns have also been raised by
the Tracks and Trails Committee on the
adequacy of existing safety measures.”
Councillors voted in favour of the motion.

•••

The Australian Marriage Law Postal There are new rules in place for council to
follow in terms of community infrastructure.
The Community Infrastructure Framework

Survey 2017. Look for it in your mail. was put before the September 6 council
meeting for adoption.
The framework defines council’s approach
Should the law be changed to allow same-sex couples to marry? to the planning and delivery of existing and
future community facilities, and the services
delivered through those facilities.
This is your chance to have your say on whether Australian
A report tabled at the September council
law should be changed to allow same-sex couples to marry.
meeting states that the Framework
Answer ‘yes’ or ‘no’ on the form. Put it in the Reply Paid establishes an evidence-driven, whole-of-
envelope and mail it back straight away. Council approach to identifying the Shire’s
priority community infrastructure needs.
Your response will be completely confidential. The framework comprises four main
documents – the Community Infrastructure
Planning Policy and Planning and Design
Principles, the Community Infrastructure
Planning Process, the Priority Community
The Australian Marriage Law Postal Survey 2017. Infrastructure Needs report, and the
Have your say. Community
Standards report.
Infrastructure Provision

Information Line: 1800 572 113 | Visit: www.marriagesurvey.abs.gov.au Councillors voted to adopt the framework,
the four main documents along with
accompanying technical reports to be
available on council’s website.
News
Email - news@themooraboolnews.com.au  The Moorabool News – 26 September, 2017 Page 7

More stable home for shed
By Jessica Howard Mr McQuie said works ing the disused stables into a
will include replacing the new workshop will provide
Bacchus Marsh Men’s roof, relining the walls and a functional space for mem-
Shed has welcomed close to installing hanging power bers to continue working
$30,000 in funding in order points. on projects that benefit the
to establish a new home. He said he hoped to see the community.
The local community group project come to completion “I look forward to coming
are among 23 Men’s Sheds in around a month. back when the old stables
across Victoria to receive Member for Buninyong, are redeveloped”.
funding from the State Geoff Howard said he was
Government. Victorian Men’s Shed Asso-
privileged to have met
ciation committee member,
Member for Buninyong, many “shedders” across the
Bob Forde congratulated the
Geoff Howard and Member region.
Bacchus Marsh men on their
for Melton, Don Nardella at- “Men’s sheds are a great
tended the Bacchus Marsh fantastic work in supporting
place for fellas to get to-
shed to announce the the community.
gether and share skills and
$24,640 grant on Thursday advice, while actively partic- “It has been wonderful to
(September 14). ipating in their community,” watch the membership here
The Men’s Shed also re- (front) Bacchus Marsh Men’s Shed President Alec McQuie, Vic Men’s Shed Association he said. grow over the past years and
member Bob Forde, Member for Buninyong Geoff Howard, and Don Nardella (Member for we thank you for your ef-
ceived $3,000 from Moora- “While it’s somewhat natu-
Melton), with members at the announcement of new funding. Photo – Jessica Howard forts and wish you the best
bool Shire Council’s East ral for women to get together
Moorabool Development repainting of playground President, Alex McQuie ger space we will be able to and talk and connect, it is of luck for the future”.
Works Fund. equipment at Darley Neigh- said the size of the current conduct bigger projects,” he not so much for men. This The Bacchus Marsh Men’s
Located at the Laurels in bourhood House, works at shed meant the 20-member said. shed is a great place for men Shed is located at The Lau-
Bacchus Marsh, the shed the Blacksmith Cottage and group often felt limited. Following the funding, the to get together and have a rels, 229 Main Street Bacchus
has been operating for the restoration of bicycles for “It’s difficult to conduct all Men’s Shed will move into healthy chat while making Marsh. For more informa-
around eight-years, with the Bacchus Marsh Hospital our projects under the one the old stables located at The social connections. tion, visit http://www.the-

MOORABOOL SHIRE
major projects including the Op Shop. roof. By moving into a big- Laurels. Mr Howard said convert- laurels.org.au/groups/mens.

Tuesday
SENIORS
10 October
EXPO#VictorianSeniors
MOORABOOL SHIRE SENIORS EXPO
9.30am-12.30pm
MOORABOOL
Tuesday 10 October
SHIRE
#VictorianSeniorsFestival
9.30am-12.30pm

The Emirates Melbourne Cup Tour in Ballan SENIORS EXPO#VictorianSeniorsFest
Wednesday 11th October, 2017 Tuesday 10 October
9.30am-12.30pm
 Champagne Breakfast
7.30am to 9.30am St Brigid’s Primary
Schedule of Events
Cost $25 - Ph 5368 1015 for tickets
The Emirates Melbourne Cup Tour in Ballan
Display11inth October,
Wednesday Ballan2017 Mechanics Hall
Inglis Street, Ballan, 9.30am – 5.00pm – free entry
Celebrating the four Melbourne Cup Winners from Ballan and District
Don Juan 1873; Malua 1884, Mentor 1888, Carbine 1890

 Street Parade
and welcoming the 2017 Melbourne Cup

 Inglis Street, 11.30am–12.00pm
Champagne Breakfast 7.30am to 9.30am St Brigid’s Primary
Cost $25 Includes one glass champagne and breakfast (Tel 5368 1015 for tickets)

 Lunch in Supper Room FREE
FREE SENIOR
SENIOR CITIZENS
CITIZENS EXPO – OCTOBER
EXPO-OCTOBER 10, 2017
10, 2017
Support the school and have a photo taken with the Melbourne Cup!

 Display in Ballan Mechanics Hall – Inglis St., Ballan, 9.30am –
5.00pm – Ballan Mechanics Institute - Cost $20 Come
Come alongalong toexpo
to the thewith
expo with
a range a range ofand
of organisations organisations and lotsincluding
lots of valuable information of valuable
more
information including more than 20 exhibitions.
than 20 exhibitions.
free entry
Soak in the historical information on all the Melbourne Cup Winners and on
Carbine, the People’s Horse of his day. Have a photo taken with the Melbourne
Come
Come and and chat
chat to Moorabool
to Moorabool Shire
Shire Council Council
officers, U3A, offi cers,
Rotary, U3A,
local Rotary,
police, localhealth
Beyond Blue, police,
 Cup Visit to Hospital and Hostel
Cup!
professionals from Djerriwarrh Community Health, Ballan and District Health Service. Hear about aged
Beyond Blue, health professionals from Djerriwarrh Community
care changes and enjoy Devonshire tea with the Country Women’s Association, Hearing Australia, Health,
Ballan and District Health Service. Heartoabout aged care changes andand enjoy
 Street Parade Inglis St 11.30am – 12.00pm
2.00pm to 3.00pm FREE
Vision Australia and Seniors Rights Victoria. Speak a computer/iPad/smart phone expert enjoy a
freeSENIOR CITIZENS EXPO-OCTOBER 10, 2017
Enjoy a colourful parade with horses, jockeys , children and the 2017 Melbourne
Cup
Devonshire tea with the Country Women’s Association, Hearing Australia,
sausage sizzle.
Come along to the expo
ANDwith a range of organisations
SHOW.and lots of valuable information including more
 Cocktail Party in aid of Hospital than 20Vision Australia and SeniorsON Rights Victoria. Speak to a computer/iPad/smart
ACTIVITIES PRESENTATIONS DOOR PRIZES AVAILABLE
 Lunch in Supper Room, Ballan Mechanics Institute Cost $20 exhibitions.
Wear a costume from 1880’s and eat a delicious lunch cooked by the CWA.
phone expert
Where: Bacchus and
Marsh enjoy
Public Hallaand
free sausage
Lerderderg sizzle.
Library - 215 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh
Ballan Mechanics Institute 6.00pm to 9.00pm Come and chatFREE
Cost: to Moorabool
entry and Shire Council
sausage sizzleofficers,
and $2.00U3A,
for aRotary, localtea/scone
Devonshire police, Beyond Blue, health
 Cup Visit to Hospital and Hostel – 2.00pm to 3.00pm ACTIVITIES
professionals
BUS ANDCommunity
from Djerriwarrh
PICK UP: BOOKINGS PRESENTATIONS
ESSENTIAL - Available ON SHOW.
Health, Ballan and District
from Bungaree DOOR
Health PRIZES
Service.
Recreation AVAILABLE
Hear about
Reserve,
aged
Gordon Pub and
Cost $30pp. care changes and enjoy Devonshire tea with the Country Women’s Association, Hearing Australia,
Ballan Senior Citizens.Rights
To book your place on the
 Cocktail Party in aid of Hospital – Ballan Mechanics Institute WHERE:
Vision Australia Bacchus
and Seniors Marsh Public
Victoria. Speak to abus
Hall
please call Manda McDermott
and Lerderdergphone
computer/iPad/smart Library
on 5366 1219.
- and enjoy a
expert
free sausage sizzle.
215 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh.
6.00pm to 9.00pm Cost $30pp. Includes one glass wine.
Tickets available from Ballan Community Centre; Ballan Community Bank;
Be enchanted by the music of “Claritude”.and wear a Rose for Melbourne Cup Day. Support
For more
ACTIVITIES information, visit www.moorabool.vic.gov.au
AND PRESENTATIONS ON SHOW. DOOR PRIZES AVAILABLE
Ballan Post Office and www.countryracing.com.au/ballan COST: FREE entry and sausage sizzle and $2.00 for a Devonshire tea/scone.
the hospital, have a few drinks and listen to stories from the descendants of the families
associated with the Winners
Where: Bacchus Marsh Public Hall and Lerderderg Library - 215 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh
Tickets available from Ballan Community ballanjockeyclub1@bigpond.com
andCentre; Ballan Community Bank; Ballan Post BUS
Cost: FREE PICK
entry UP: BOOKINGS
and sausage sizzle and $2.00ESSENTIAL
for a Devonshire- tea/scone
Available from Bungaree Recreation
Tel: 0409 007 913
Office and www.countryracing.com.au/ballan and ballanjockeyclub1@bigpond.com
Tel: 0409 007913
BUS PICK Reserve,
UP: BOOKINGSGordon Pub and
ESSENTIAL Ballan
- Available fromSenior
BungareeCitizens. To book
Recreation Reserve, yourPub
Gordon place
and on the
bus please call Manda McDermott on 5366 1219.
Ballan Senior Citizens. To book your place on the bus please call Manda McDermott on 5366 1219.
Supported by
For more
For more information, information, visit
visit www.moorabool.vic.gov.au
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Ensuring community
assets covered
By Kate Taylor The responsibilities of the Council and
Committees of Management are defined in
Council is set to insure a range of non- the draft policy.
council owned assets – but it’s leaving Councillors voted to put the draft policy on
contents insurance to the occupiers. public exhibition for eight weeks.
The move is contained within a new policy
now out for public exhibition.
The policy covers mostly halls and reserves
A list of non-council
that are owned by either the Department of owned reserves and
Environment, Land, Water and Planning or
by community co-operatives. halls include:
Drugs are not for fun –
The DELWP does not insure Crown Ballan Mechanics Institute (Ballan &
assets and committees are responsible for District Community House)
arranging insurance for damage to buildings Ballan Racecourse and Recreation Reserve

when will the penny drop?
on the reserve (property insurance) and for Ballan Recreation Reserve
loss of or damage to contents and other Balliang Public Hall
assets owned by the committee (contents Beremboke Public Recreation Reserve
insurance) if they desire. Blackwood Cricket & Recreation Reserve
By Jessica Howard drugs he considers to be out ally hard to handle without a Blackwood Historic Police Stables Reserve
If the buildings are occupied under a lease,
of bounds – such as crystal serious life overhaul”. Blackwood Mechanics Institute & Reserve
When it comes to illicit the tenant can be required to insure the
meth and heroin. Ms Stone said whether us- Bullarook Recreation Reserve
drugs, everyone has their premises.
“I’m not stupid. I’ve seen the ing drugs at home or at a Bungaree Public Recreation Reserve
own motives for using. effects that it has on people. A report tabled at the September 6 council Clarendon Recreation Reserve
night club, regularly or spo-
For ‘Nathan’*, he con- I would never inject myself radically, there is no guaran- meeting noted that the lack of insurance Elaine Mechanics Institute
siders his drug use to be with a substance,” he said. teed safe level of use. coverage raises concerns that if a severe or Gordon Public Park
recreational. In 2016, crystal ice was the catastrophic loss occurred, Council may Gordon Recreation Reserve
“The notion that drugs can
The 22-year-old was just 17 main form of methampheta- be liable to fund the full replacement cost Korweinguboora Recreation Reserve
be used recreationally with-
when he smoked marijuana mines used in Australia, out possible risks is not true. without the assistance of its insurer. Morrisons Recreation Reserve
with a group of friends. He with 57 per cent of users in- These are powerful sub- Council had made a resolution, back in Mt Egerton Football Ground Reserve,
has since dabbled in a va- jecting the drug, up from 22 stances which pose serious 2005, to cover contents insurance, however Reserve Road E, Mt Egerton
riety of illegal substances per cent in 2010 and 50 per physical and psychological the new policy recommends that council no Mt Egerton Mechanics Institute Reserve
including ecstasy, MDMA, cent in 2015. dangers to those who use longer pays for it. Mt Wallace Public Hall Reserve
speed, ketamine, acid, magic Nathan says he has never them even occasionally,” she “It is proposed that the committees Myrniong Mechanics Institute
mushrooms, cocaine and felt pressured into taking said. Myrniong Recreation Reserve
purchase their own content insurances
gamma-hydroxybutryrate drugs and has, in the past, Rowsley Hall & Recreation Reserve
“Illegal drug production through the operational grants provided to
(GHB). chosen not to, despite be- Yendon Recreation & Tennis Reserve
is unregulated and many the Committee by the Council.”
Nathan says ketamine, ing in a group environment drugs are manufactured in
otherwise referred to as ‘K’ where others were using.

Women wanted
backyard labs. Users cannot
or ‘horse trank’, is his go-to “It’s not hard to say no,” he be sure what’s in them or
drug due to its accessibility. said. how potent they are, so the
“You don’t feel bad after “If you’re smart about it you risk of adverse reactions, in-
using it, there is no come know the dangers”. By Kate Taylor
cluding overdose and death,
down. It feels good,” he said. Jane Stone, founder and di- is high”.
Ketamine is used by medi- The call has gone out for strong local women to step up and mentor other local women as
rector of addiction resource Bacchus Marsh Police youth
cal practitioners and vet- part of an exciting new program.
centre HABZ, said she has resource officer, Senior Con-
erinarians as an anaesthetic. supported a number of The Enabling Women Program, a community leadership program for women with a dis-
stable Jim Ross said recrea-
According to the Australian people whose recreational ability, needs mentors for its 12 participants.
tional drug use in youth was
Alcohol and Drug Founda- drug habit turned into an “We are seeking women who are interested in supporting women with disabilities who
less about peer pressure and
tion (ADF), it can produce addiction. wish to step up in their own communities,” said spokesperson Carly Myers.
more about being a cultural
hallucinogenic effects, caus- “This is due to a build-up For a copy of the application form or if you have any queries, call Carly Myers, Women with
norm.
ing a person to see and hear of tolerance followed by Disabilities Victoria, on 9286 7815 or email carly.myers@wdv.org.au
things that aren’t really there “It’s a way to escape and it
the presence of withdrawal
is a culture that is widely ac-

BOOK WEEK at Bacchus Marsh PS
or are different from how symptoms,” she said.
they are in reality. cepted in people in their 20s.
“The move from recrea- I’ve heard people say, ‘we’ve
Nathan is one of around 8.5 tional use to addiction can
million people in Australia got a music festival this
sneak up on a person gradu- weekend so we are going to
aged over 14 that has used an ally because most addictions
illicit drug in their lifetime. do drugs, but I’ll have next
progress. People are not nec-
According to the ADF, the weekend off’, it just dumb-
essarily in denial about their
majority of people use drugs founds me,” he said.
drug use, they are in denial
on a recreational basis – that that things can or will get “We as a society need to
is when a person chooses worse”. provide better education.
to use drugs for enjoyment, Kids do swimming so that
The Bacchus Marsh resident
particularly to enhance a they don’t drown and they
said people using drugs
mood or social occasion. learn about the dangers of
should be aware that there
Nathan says he uses drugs are several risks associated smoking a cigarette, but they
on a fortnightly to monthly with illegal drug use. don’t properly understand Chelsea Teuma, Hayley Triantafilou, Koby Muir.
basis. He usually takes the the seriousness of drug use.
“Contrary to what many
substances while at a friend’s young people may imagine, “In 2013, there was a statis-
house or at a party and can using some drugs, even just tic of around 13,075 people
spend up to $500 on drugs occasionally for recreational who died of amphetamine
on a big weekend. purposes, can pose an im- related deaths. If we had
He says taking drugs is mediate threat to the health that many people die on our
“very popular” among his and life of a person. roads per year, everyone
age group, with the appeal “When a person’s drug us- would be up in arms about
being an escape from real- age switches to using drugs it. We as educators – that is
ity and the “good times and more often and for psy- families, parents and teach-
memories” it generates. chological rewards, there ers alike - need to better edu- Rose Grey & Evie Ducas -Thing 1&2.
“I guess no one is scared of seems to be a major chemical cate our children and have Photos – Lisa Comerford Ellie Murphy, Riley Rogers & Oliver Carr.
the consequences anymore, change in the brain. When them know and understand
once you try it you have a there has been long term use the dangers that come with
good time”. the chemical changes associ- taking drugs”. CORRECTION
While Nathan’s list of drug ated with the abuse may be * ‘Nathan’ not his real name, Published on page 9 of the 19 September 2017 edition of the Moorabool News, was a statement
use may be perceived as ex- so strong that an addiction has been changed for priva- that Carbine was the great great grandson of Phar Lap. This is incorrect, if not impossible,
tensive, he says there are still has taken hold and this is re- cy reasons. Carbine was in fact the great great grandfather.
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Parking woes addressed
By Kate Taylor as much of the existing on-street
parking supply as possible,” the

Newborns in
Council will put parking permits, report stated.
traffic restrictions, and a no- Council’s Community Safety
stopping zone in place to help out
the district
Department will issue permits
residents in a local street – but it to the Manor Street residents; the
is, in part, expected to move the maximum number of permits to
problem to nearby streets. be issued is one per household.
A 34-signature petition was However, the permit does not Babies born
presented at the April council
meeting, seeking council action on
allow the holder to park or stop any
vehicle in any statutory restricted
recently at Bacchus
traffic congestion, on-street parking zone, other than the permit zone Marsh and Melton
Notice anything?
and pedestrian safety on Manor St area.
in Bacchus Marsh. Once the new restrictions are in Regional Hospital
Although it is a residential street, it place, residents will have a two
is also home to a large church and week grace period where offenders By Jessica Howard The board picks up on the autumn
opp-shop, and is in the vicinity of will be issued a “Warning Notice” leaf theme common to the town and
the Bacchus Marsh Primary School, and following that, infringement Ballan residents will now be more complements the existing sculpture
‘The Village’ Shopping Complex notices will be issued. in the know thanks to a new notice outside the Mechanic’s Institute,
and Bacchus Marsh Kindergarten, But council admits that the board outside the local library. which was created many years ago
with the street recording an average problem will, in part, be shuffled to The new board will help advertise by Paul’s father, Peter Blizzard.
of 246 ‘traffic movements’ per day. other streets. local programs and events in and The leaves surrounding the notice
A report tabled at the September “Though the above arrangements around the Shire, including Baby board comprises of letters of the
council meeting recommended are considered to be satisfactory for Rhyme Time at the library; play- alphabet that reflect the library and
a restricted parking strategy for the subject area, the new restrictions groups and pram walks; courses at literacy theme. This is compliment-
the street, following problems will still displace long-term parking the Community House and infor- ed by the famous Dr Seuss quote,
identified when a traffic study demands onto nearby local streets. mation to help inform and support “You can find magic wherever you
It is a girl for Darley couple
was conducted, with the strategy These issues will be considered in the public. look, sit back and relax, all you need
Johanna and Andrew, their
involving specific parking time the proposed Local Area Traffic The notice board frame was put to- is a book.” second child. Millicent (Millie)
allowances and a no-stopping zone. Management study to be completed gether by Pete’s Welding, with the The notice board was the last re- Pretoria, a new sister for
“These arrangements would deter this year.” sculptural overlay being designed maining project funded by the Harry, arrived on Thursday 21
long-term parking from occurring Councillors voted unanimously to and created by Mt Egerton artist, former Best Start Literacy Working September at 9.19am and
on Manor Street, whilst maintaining adopt the traffic restrictions. Paul Blizzard. Group. weighed 7lb 5oz (3410 grams).

Moorabool Shire Council
NOTICE OF ORDINARY MEETING OF COUNCIL AUSTRALIA DAY AWARDS – CALL FOR NOMINATIONS
The next Ordinary Meeting of Council will be held Wednesday 4 October, 2017 at the The call is going out to the residents of Moorabool to play an active part in Moorabool Shire
Bungaree Community Centre, Bungaree, commencing at 5.00pm. Council’s Australia Day celebrations.
Members of the public are most welcome to attend. Nominations are being sought for the three awards that are to be presented at the Australia Day
ceremony. The awards include:
COMMITTEE MEETING • Australia Day Citizen of the Year – to be eligible, the person must be 30 years or
The next committee meeting will be of the Rural Growth Committee, to be held tomorrow older on 26 January next year.
Wednesday 27 September, 2017, in the Council Chambers, 15 Stead St, Ballan, • Australia Day Young Citizen of the Year – to be eligible, the person must be 30
commencing at 3.00pm. years or younger on 26 January next year.
Members of the public are most welcome to attend. • Community Event of the Year – presented to the person or group who has staged the
most outstanding community event during the year.
ANNUAL REPORT
If you know an outstanding Moorabool resident you would like to nominate for Australia Day
Moorabool Shire Council has prepared its 2016/17 Annual Report and will consider it at the
Citizen of the Year, Australia Day Young Citizen of the Year, or a Community Event, simply pick
next Ordinary Meeting of Council on Wednesday 4 October at the Bungaree Community
up a form from Customer Service at either the Ballan Council Offices, Darley Council Offices
Centre, Bungaree, commencing at 5.00pm.
or the Lerderderg Library.
Members of the public are most welcome to attend.
Subject to Council’s approval of the 2016/17 Annual Report, the report will be available for Alternatively, please visit www.moorabool.vic.gov.au and look under “My Council” on
inspection at Council’s offices: 15 Stead St, Ballan; 182 Halletts Way, Darley; 215 Main St, Bacchus Council’s Homepage to download a form to complete.
Marsh; and online at www.moorabool.vic.gov.au. Completed nomination forms need to be submitted by close of business
Friday 16 November, 2017.
COMMUNITY GRANTS PROGRAM WINTER 2017
AND COMMUNITY GRANTS POLICY REVIEW JOBS
The Winter 2017 Community Grants Program is now open and will close this Thursday 28 Council invites applications for the existing vacancy:
September 2017. Applicants will be able to apply for a community grant through Council’s Community Safety Officer – Permanent Full-Time Position
website. Applications close on Friday 6 October 2017.
Council is inviting project applications from community groups and organisations under the All details available from the website: www.moorabool.vic.gov.au
following grant categories:
• Community Strengthening Grants: REQUEST FOR QUOTE (RFQ) - RECREATION STRATEGIC PLANNING PROJECTS
– Community programs, activities or initiatives (grants of up to $5000) Council invites submissions to undertake the following recreation strategic planning projects in
– Capital improvements (grants of up to $5000) line with the Council Plan 2017-2021:
– Small projects (grants of up to $1,500) - Ballan Recreation Reserve Master Plan (CRD01-2017/2018)
• Community Arts Grants: - Indoor Recreation Facilities Feasibility Study (CRD02-2017/2018)
– Community arts activities or initiatives that link artists with local communities through - Splash Parks Feasibility Study and review of timing of the proposed Bacchus Marsh Indoor
small projects, publications, exhibitions, performances or other similar activities (grants of Aquatic Centre (CRD03-2017/2018)
up to $3,000) Companies may submit to undertake one, two or all three projects. All submissions are due by
• Community Events Grants: 5:00pm on Friday 20 October 2017 and can be submitted via:
– Community events that showcase local talent, provide public entertainment, foster Email to: info@moorabool.vic.gov.au
community participation, connectedness and diversity (grants of up to $3,000) Post to: PO Box 18 Ballan VIC 3342
Program Guidelines are be available at Council’s website www.moorabool.vic.gov.au All relevant project documentation can be requested by contacting Kristian Brudenell and
A review of the Community Grants Program and Policy is currently being conducted. To view any enquiries regarding specifics of the projects can be requested by contacting Ian Waugh via
the draft policy please visit www.moorabool.vic.gov.au/consultations and have your Council’s Customer Service line on 5366 7100.
say on the draft policy.
For further information on the current Community Grants round or the Community Grants
Policy review please contact Council’s Community and Recreation Development Department
on 5366 7100.

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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Ratepayers not Challenge accepted,
expected to and done
cover insurance
By Jessica Howard

Coimadai Primary School
students have joined more
than 3,000 schools and
By Kate Taylor cal to Bacchus Marsh,” Cr distribute that money,” Cr early childhood services
Bingham said. Tatchell told the meeting. in the Premiers’ Reading
Councillors have voted “The committee consists East Ward Councillor John Challenge.
against picking up the tab only of local residents, who Keogh put forward his per- Students from grade three
for a local event’s public li- volunteer hundreds of hours spective from a public rela- to six read 15 or more books
ability insurance, fearing it of their time throughout the tions point of view. in the six months from
may set a precedent. year to make this event a “Here we have a young March to September, while
East Ward Councillor Jar- success.” councillor reaching out to
rod Bingham put forward a prep to grade two students
West Ward Councillor Tom the youth, we have a lot of read 30 books.
Notice of Motion at the Sep- Sullivan spoke against the PR we could get out of this,”
tember 6 council meeting Cr Keogh told the meeting. State Member for Macedon,
motion, saying that it would
asking that council pay the Mary-Anne Thomas con- Teacher Moira Ross (left) with little student bookworms and
create a community expecta- Cr Bingham was not happy
$1,175.90 cost of public liabil- gratulated participating stu- Mary-Anne Thomas MP.
tion that council would then that a debate had been called
ity insurance for the upcom- dents following the comple-
pay for the public liability and the motion rejected. ed in this year’s Challenge
ing Marsh Monster Mash. tion of the challenge earlier
costs for other events. “Well we just shafted the – you should be very proud
Cr Bingham said that if this month.
“This creates a precedent community,” Cr Bingham of what you have achieved,”
council paid the amount,
for other groups to pay their said. The Premiers’ Reading
then it would allow the Ms Thomas said.
public liability. Where do we Mayor Edwards brought Challenge is an important
event to donate more of its “We want our students to be
proceeds to local charities. draw the distinction? Coun- Cr Bingham back in line literacy initiative that en-
cil has been asked to fund with a point of order for his courages more children and reading books from an early
“Since its inception in 2014,
this so then the group can comment. young people to read more age and this Challenge is
the Marsh Monster Mash
give the profit to someone, Councillors voted against often. helping young Victorians re-
event has offered the com-
we may as well just cut out the motion, with Crs Jarrod alise the joys and benefits of
munity a Halloween themed Since its commencement
the middle man,” Cr Sulli- Bingham and John Keogh reading from a young age.”
family event, while raising 13-years-ago, almost 2.5 mil-
funds for local charities. Pre- van said. voting in favour and Tom
lion students and children More than 8,000 children
viously, they have donated Central Ward Councillor Sullivan, Paul Tatchell, Dave
Paul Tatchell agreed. have read more than 45 mil- from across Victoria also
to the Marsh Food Bus, Edwards and Tonia Dudzik
“The reality is, it is not our voting against; Woodlands lion books. participated in the accom-
Steps for Sienna and Emeri- Malhi Hope says ‘you can
kus Land Foundation, all of money. That’s sometimes Ward Councillor Pat Toohey “I want to congratulate all panying Premiers’ Reading read anywhere’!
which are registered chari- forgotten in government was an apology at the of the avid readers that I met Challenge For The Early Photos supplied Mary-Anne
ties with the ACNC and lo- - we get the privilege to meeting. at Coimadai who participat- Years. Thomas MP

Environmental Opinion
TOM

with Tom Kingston

Poisons still polluting
I am currently reading the 25 greatest science books of the next, is the opposition to fish float dead in their thou- and realities of the universe despite being physically at-
life of Rachel Carson (Linda all time by the editors of Dis- this book and the ramifica- sands downstream; roadside about us, the less taste we tractive, she was “probably a
Lear, (1997); Rachel Carson: cover Magazine. tions of this ongoing issue foliage turns brown and shall have for destruction.” Communist”.
Witness for Nature. New While Silent Spring did have for our planet. Our depend- withers; cattle sicken; fruit Critic: American Cyanamid Rachel Carson: “In nature
York: Henry Holt), the writer an effect on the use of pesti- ence on chemicals is endemic pickers collapse with shock biochemist Robert White- nothing exists alone.”
of Silent Spring. In brief, Si- cides, Georgina Downs from and has been for quite a long after a day in the orchards; Stevens: “If man were to
Critic: ‘It isn’t enough to
lent Spring was published in the UK Pesticides Campaign, time, but then again, in terms physicians, householders, follow the teachings of Miss
have the threat of atomic
1962 and it documented the who has been engaged in or our history on the planet, mothers, and children fall Carson, we would return
mysteriously ill, experience war, a population explosion,
detrimental effects on the a long-running legal case not all that long. However, to the Dark Ages, and the
partial paralysis, and slowly communism aggression, ir-
environment of the indis- with the UK government since we really went into insects and diseases and
criminate use of pesticides. overdrive with these ‘won- waste away.’ vermin would once again religion, youth dereliction
over pesticides says: ‘If Ra-
Carson accused the chemi- chel Carson were still alive der’ chemicals the rise has Into this world came Silent inherit the earth”. and other menaces, we must
cal industry of spreading today I am in no doubt that been phenomenal and un- Spring; as did the criticism. Rachel Carson: “Those who also face the prediction,
disinformation and public she would be quite horrified fortunately not always for I would like to juxtapose contemplate the beauty of according to Carson, that
officials of accepting indus- at the continued dependence the good. Popular Mechanics Rachel’s words from Silent the earth find reserves of chemical warfare against
try claims unquestioningly. and heavy use of pesticides in the US in 1944 urged that Spring with those of her crit- strength that will endure insects is contaminating our
Silent Spring was met with in the countryside, and the our next world war would be ics. Do the following words as long as life lasts. There is air and sea and ground.’
fierce opposition by chemical continued lack of action by against insects and the Sci- of Rachel Carson’s critics something infinitely healing Rachel Carson: ‘Those who
companies, but it spurred a those in power to protect ence News Letter of January still ring true today for those in the repeated refrains of contemplate the beauty of
reversal in national pesticide our health and environment 1945 extolled the benefits of supporting the continued nature -- the assurance that the earth find reserves of
policy, led to a nationwide from such poisons.’ Unfor- “total insect war”. As a result destruction of our planet? dawn comes after night, and strength that will endure as
ban on DDT for agricultural tunately, DDT is currently of this ‘world war on insects’ Which of the following spring after winter.” long as life lasts.’
uses and inspired an envi- still being produced in at Rachel Carson’s late fifties quotations inspire and give Critic: Former U.S. Secre-
What is your opinion?
ronmental movement that least three countries: India, America was, as one writer hope and which quotations tary of Agriculture Ezra Taft
led to the creation of the China, and the Democratic described in these words; simply don’t? Benson in a letter to former For next Moorabool Envi-
U.S. Environmental Protec- People’s Republic of Korea. ‘eggs grow cold in the nest, Rachel Carson: “The more President Dwight D. Eisen- ronment Group (MEG) meet-
tion Agency. In 2006, Silent What I would like to centre songbirds are silent, raptors clearly we can focus our hower reportedly said that ing: www.mooraboolmeg.
Spring was named one of the on, in this opinion piece, and lie dead in the meadows; attention on the wonders because she was unmarried org.au.
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Governance reports Central Highlands Netball League
Junior Best & Fairest 2017
to go online 13 &Under
Winner – Carly Elderfield
(Hepburn) – 38 votes
Dunnstown
Summah Givvens.......... 29
Millie Cracknell............. 13
By Kate Taylor The Stonehill Estate has a at $1.6 million and which the R/Up – Jessica Blackmore Indy Sheridan................. 10
milestone of 500 lots that state government had not (Dunnstown) – 35 votes Gordon
In a flurry of reporting- triggers its first development paid to council by the end of
Ballan Makayla Anderson........ 25
season paperwork, council contributions towards the the financial year.
Lily McConnell.............. 13 Abbie Toohey................. 13
has approved financial and Halletts Way/O’Leary Way As of 30 June 2017, loans and
Chloe Ranieri................. 12 Zoe Hunt.......................... 6
performance statements to project; the estate has not yet borrowings totalled 43.93
be sent to the Auditor Gen- reached the milestone and is Lauren Alcock................. 7 Springbank
per cent of rate revenue –
eral, and a checklist has been currently anticipated to trig- it’s a decrease from 2015/16, Bungaree Taylah Ingram................ 24
completed as well. ger the first contributions in but it’s due to the deferral of Laura Lee........................ 25 Gemma O’Neil............... 13
All three items were heard 2018. $2.79m in loan borrowings Sophie Boyd.................... 21 Samantha Spicer............ 10
at the Wednesday 6 Septem- It was also noted that coun- to the 2017/18 financial year. Tiarna Parry.................... 5 Jemima Clarke.
ber council meeting. cil spent about $500,000 less 17&Under
Also, as part of local gov- Dunnstown
The financial statements on footpaths this financial Winner – Ella McLean
ernment reporting, a Gov- Jessica Blackmore......... 35
show that council had an year as compared to the last, (Skipton) 32 votes
ernance and Management Gemma Hanrahan........ 20
income increase of nearly with the drop attributed to
Checklist has to be signed- Kazmin McMahon......... 8 R/Up – Madison Selmon
$15 million, which came in that year’s large footpath
off on by both the Mayor and (Hepburn) 30 votes
the form of a range of grants, projects including on Main Gordon
CEO, and for the financial
mostly for the Halletts Way St, Bacchus Marsh. Eden Blazko.................... 12 Ballan
year it contains 24 items re-
extension and Darley Early The performance state- Gracie Fox........................ 6 Hannah Golding............ 7
lating to Council plans, poli-
Years Hub projects, how- ment noted that the average Scarlet Fox........................ 6 Shelby Cox....................... 4
cies, strategies, frameworks
ever the increase does also amount paid for residen- Molly Powell.................... 3
and reporting. Springbank
take into account the early tial rates, per property, is Anais Clifford................. 3
“Overall, from the 24 listed Ellie McClure................. 14
payment of the state govern- $1,512.85.
items on the Checklist, 23 Sienna Denman............. 13 Bungaree
ment Financial Assistance The ‘Unrestricted cash lev-
Grants to councils this year. items are established and in Rubi Kinniburgh........... 12 Grace Todd...................... 20
el’ was considered low, how-
operation, with the remain- Charlotte Todd............... 17
Council also had a net $1.431 ever the statement notes that Jessica Blackmore.
ing item in progress; the item 15&Under Molly Grech.................... 14
million decrease in ‘Interest- it would have been better if
Bearing Loans and Borrow- not for, at least in part, coun- currently in progress relates Winner - Summah Givvens Dunnstown
ings’ which reflects principal cil having overpaid $972,000 to a Disaster Recovery Plan (Dunnstown) – 29 votes Amy Purtell.................... 24
repayments in 2016/17, and to the State Revenue Office with this plan expected to be R/Up – Jemima Clarke Mia Tuddenham............ 11
the deferral of new borrow- as part of the Fire Services finalised early in the 2017/18 (Bungaree) – 28 votes Ruby Green...................... 6
ings to the 2017/18 financial Property Levy, which was financial year,” read a report
on council’s checklist. Ballan Gordon
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Meanwhile, as of the end financial year and so could The financial statement,
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of the financial year council not be taken into account in performance statement and
the statement. checklist were all approved Erynn Vella...................... 9 Rachael Waterson........... 7
was waiting for developer
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sion to be paid, estimated at from events in September the ‘Know Your Council’ Mackenzie Nicholson... 24 Taylah Ingram................. 7 Summah Givvens.
$2.385 million. last year, which were valued website. Molly Ryan...................... 9 Chloe O’Neil.................... 7 Photos CHNL

The PPWCMA together with the Greendale Wombat Landcare Group are running:

Property Management Planning Course
What is included: ATTENTION ALL SENIOR CITIZENS (75 yrs & over)
 3 evenings and 1 day at The Laurels in Bacchus Marsh: WHO LIVE IN THE BACCHUS MARSH AREA
o 6:30 – 9pm on Tuesday 3rd October 2017
o 6:30 – 9pm on Wednesday 11th October 2017 WHILE YOU CHANGE YOUR CLOCK
o 6:30 – 9pm on Tuesday 17th October 2017 ROTARY - CFA WILL CHANGE YOUR SMOKE ALARM BATTERY!
o 9am – 4pm on Saturday 21st October 2017
As part of our Rotary Community Senior Citizen Safety program, the Rotary Club of Bacchus
 Two core topics - Weed Control (focusing on Serrated Tussock) & Marsh, together with our community partners;
- Pasture Management over summer to reduce weeds
 Plus, full range of other Property Planning topics (e.g. agronomy, integrating wildlife, Bacchus Marsh Fire Brigade (CFA) Moorabool Shire Council
farming to land class, farm forestry, stock management, soil fertility and health); Bendigo Bank-Bacchus Marsh
 Topics for all properties (commercial farming, lifestyle, horse properties);
 How to get the most out of your property (i.e. fits your interests and aspirations); would like to change your smoke alarm battery on:
 Includes free Property Planning Book and a huge range of other resources on a USB. (maximum of two batteries per residence)

Cost: Free for Landcare members (we will join you up on the day!) Sunday 1st October between 10am and 3pm.

To attend, please register at: https://register.eventarc.com/39202/developing-property-plans This is a free service provided by the Rotary Club of Bacchus Marsh to assist in ensuring
the fire safety of our senior citizens.
If you require further information, contact: A friendly Bacchus Marsh Rotarian, with assistance from a member of the Bacchus Marsh Fire
Anthony Dufty - Sustainable Land Management Coordinator, PPWCMA Brigade (CFA), will knock on your door on

Phone: 9971 6506 Mobile: 0402 894 576 Sunday 1st October between either 10.00am – 12.30pm or 12.30pm – 3.00pm
and take a few minutes to change your smoke alarm batteries and test your smoke alarm.
Email: anthony.dufty@ppwcma.vic.gov.au
Or If you wish to take advantage of this offer, please phone the friendly staff at the

Anneke Roberts – Secretary, Greendale Wombat Landcare Group Bendigo Bank-Bacchus Marsh on 5367 4660.
with your address, contact details, preferred time slot and ceiling height (above or below 10’)
Mobile: 0459 401 813 Email: annekeroberts@gmail.com
Registrations start Monday 4th September 2017.
STRICTLY LAST DAY OF REGISTRATION WEDNESDAY 27TH SEPTEMBER.

Project proudly supported by Wilson’s Home Timber and Hardware

Regards,
This project is supported by the PPWCMA through funding from the
Rotary Club of Bacchus Marsh Bacchus Marsh Fire Brigade (C.F.A.)
Australian Government’s National Landcare Programme Sue Hansen 0473 740 954 Duty Officer 0408 223 180
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Ballan and District Community House Gordon Catholic Parish VicRoads Halletts Way
Information Session
Term 2 program – OUT NOW. Book now for – Garden Mass Times
Bacchus – Saturday
Marsh Family28 MaySupport
Drug – Springbank
Group6:30pm. B3 Community
ADULT EDUCATION
Group next meet 27/5; Hearing Test, 30/5. For enrolment For Family
Sunday Members
29 May who have
– Bungaree a loved
8:45am; one affected
Ballan, 10:30am.by drugs. Focused, family friendly church with a difference. Services
Ballan & District
information Community
and costs House
please call 5368 1934 or email info@ Enquiries - 1300 660 068. every 2nd & 4th Sundays at Avenue Bowling Club, Main St,
Rear Mechanics
bchvic.org.au Hall, Ballan. Term 4 program – OUT NOW. Anglican Parish of
Alanon Support West -Moorabool
Group for families of alcoholics Tuesday 31 May, 2016.
Bacchus Marsh.
All enquiries, bookings, classes & venue hire - call 5368 1934. Ballan,
Meets atBungaree,
10.30am Morrisons and3rd
on the 1st and Gordon
Tuesdays of each month Bacchus Marsh Christian Church
Darley Neighbourhood House
Darley Neighbourhood House &&Learning
LearningCentre
Centre, 33-35 at the Uniting
Service Times –Church
SundayHall, Gisborne
29 May Road,
– St John’s Bacchus9.30am.
Bungaree, Marsh. Sunday Services 10am with kids program. 222 Main St,
Jonathan DriveDrive
33-35 Jonathan Darley. Short
Darley. courses,
Short coursesrecreation classes,
and classes. BM & Enq -one
Only 0421service
222 717.
in the parish – with St Paul’s Bakery Hill Bacchus Marsh. Enquiries 9028 2622. www.bacchusmarshcc.
Lal Lalcontact
Moorabool Photographic
Community residents are invited
community groups, Club
District Photography occasional child
- Meetings 2ndcare,
& 4thvenue hire.
Wednesday Please Glen Wesley on 5368Group Inc
2730 for more details. org
of month, 7.30pm.
Enquiries Enquiries
welcome. welcome.
Phone 5367 4390 Phone 5367 4390.
www.darleylearning. Meeting 3rd Wednesday each month, 7pm. Soldiers Memorial and welcome
Bacchus Marsh Unitingto drop
Church in at anytime
Parish
The Laurels – Bacchus Marsh Community College
com Hall,
B3 Lal Lal. Enquiries 5341 7535.
Community Services - St Andrew’s 9.30am every Sunday. Pentland Hills
229 Main Road, Bacchus Marsh. Courses and classes. Footscrayfamily
Focused, Poultry Club (at
friendly Bacchus
church withMarsh)
a difference. Services 2pm 1between
st 4:00pm
Sunday of month. and
Enquiries 8:00pm.
- 5367 2543 (office).
Enquiries & enrolments - 5367 1061. Meetings held 2nd Sunday of month, 2pm. Poultry Pavilion. Holy Trinity Anglican Church - Bacchus Marsh
every 2nd & 4th Sundays at Avenue Bowling Club, Main St,
MEETINGS Racecourse Rec. Reserve, Balliang-Bacchus Marsh Rd, Pentland
Service Primary
Times - Bacchus Marsh School Gym,
- Sunday 8.30am & 10am;
Bacchus
BacchusMarsh.
Marsh. All welcome – Kerry 9741 9705. Balliang - 2nd Sunday 10.30am, 4th Sunday 9am. Myrniong –
Ballan Anglers Inc MEETINGS 164 Halletts Way, Darley.
Bacchus Marsh Christian Church 1st & 3rd Sunday 11am. Enquiries – 5367 5362. 
Meeting
Moorabool second Wednesday
Environment every month. Hudsons Hotel,
Group MARKETS Church of the Living God
7.30pm. Sunday Services 10am with kids program. Fusion Youth 7pm
Next Meeting – Thursday 28 needed
More anglers and families and welcome
September, 7.30pm at – Ballan Lions Club Market Christian youth ministry and bible teaching. 2nd Sunday
0400 003 936. Hotel Ballan. Enquiries - 0409 131 021. every Friday night.
Next market 222 7Main
– Saturday St, Bacchus Marsh. Enquiries
October of every month, 5pm. Open to all ages. At 14 Darcy St
Commercial
The Pottery Group 9028
First2622.
Saturday each month - Inglis St, Ballan – 9am-1pm. Maddingley. Enq – 0408 260 727.
Rose-Carers of Maddingley Park
Tuesday and Enquiries – 0402 390 080 (Wayne). Bacchus Marsh Baptist Church
Working BeesFridays
every 1pm-3pm, at the Public
3rd Wednesday Park Hall
& Sunday (next
of each Bacchus Marsh Uniting Church Parish
to Tennis Courts) Stanley St, Gordon. All welcome. Enquiries Darley Market Sundays, 10:30am, Worship Service and Children’s Program.
month. All welcome. Enquiries - 0418 171 119. Services
Saturday- St Andrew’s8am
7 October, 9.30am every
- 1pm. 1stSunday
& 3rd (3rd Sunday
Saturday of
each Phone 5367 6550 for more details.
to Maureen 0447173031.
Bacchus Marsh Family Drug Support Group month Family Service). Pentland Hills 2pm 1st Sunday
month at Darley Park Football Reserve. Enquiries – 0488 345 of Our Lady Help of Christians Korobeit
St Andrew’s Playgroup Bacchus Marsh
For Family
(Behind St Members
Andrew’swho haveCnr
Church) a loved one affected
Gisborne by drugs.
Rd & Lerderderg month. Enq 5367 2543 (office) or www.themarshuca.org.au
145 (Alan). Mass every Saturday 6.30pm.
St Bacchus- 1300
Marsh. Ballan Farmers Market Golden Harvest Christian Fellowship
Enquiries 660Monday-Friday
068. 9am, 11am, 1pm & 3pm. Holy
Enquiries – Cindy 0433 651 066. Next Trinity
Market Anglican
– SaturdayChurch - Bacchus
14 October, Marsh
9am-1pm. Non denominational - Prayer every Sunday 10am, Men’s
Alanon Support Group - for families of alcoholics Service Times - Sunday 8.30am & 10am;
2nd Saturday each month, Mill Cottage car park. Cafe Church - 1st KYB Monday evenings 6pm. Ladies KYB Wednesday 1pm.
Moorabool Mission Recovery Group
Meets at 10.30am on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month Enq – 0498
Sunday 361Messy
10am; 291 orChurch
0490 114- 3rd
130.Sunday 5pm, Wednesdays Further details – 0429 681 566.
Struggling with addiction; Pain from the past; family member
at the Bacchus Marsh Life Church
out of Uniting
control?Church
MeetingHall,
weeklyGisborne Road, Bacchus
- Wednesday, 12.30pmMarsh.
– Jean 10am. Balliang - 2nd Sunday 10.30am, 4th Sunday 9am .
CHURCH
Enq - 0421 222 717. Myrniong - 1st & 3rd Sunday 11am. Enquiries 5367 5362 Meeting 10am every Sunday at the BM College Drama Room,
Oomes Room, Lerderderg Library, Bacchus Marsh. Enq- Anglican Parish of West Moorabool in Grant Street. Enquiries Pastor Merv - 0412 290 036.
(office) or www.bacchusmarshanglican.org.au ST PAUL’S
ST PAUL’S
UNITINGUNITING
Pastor
Lal LalMerv Patton Photographic
Moorabool – 0412 290 036.Group Inc Ballan, Bungaree, Morrisons and Gordon St Bernard’s Bacchus Marsh Catholic Church
CHURCH CHURCHBALLANBALLAN
Ballan Playgroup
Meeting 3rd Wednesday each month, 7pm. Soldiers Service Times Mass150th
Times150th
–Anniversary
Saturday- 5pm; Sunday – 8.30am & 10am.
Church of the –Living
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God30 September – St John’s Bungaree, Anniversary
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Hall - 9:30-11:30am. Enquiries - 0409 681 138 Anna or 0421 Christian youth ministry- St
6pm; Sunday 1 October andJohn’s
bibleBallan, 9.30am.
teaching. 2ndStSunday
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29 May292016
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lallalmooraboolphotographicgroup.org Morrison, 5pm. Enquiries - Glen Wesley on 5368 2730 for
905 558 Tamsin.  of every month, 5pm. Open to all ages. At 14 Darcy St
more details. Proudly
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Presents
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Footscray Poultry
Bacchus Marsh & Club (at Garden
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Baptist Church 11.15am. 4th Sunday 9.30am
A Special
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Pleasant
229 Main St Rec.
Racecourse Bacchus Marsh.Balliang-Bacchus
Reserve, Guest Speakers. Supper
Marsh after
Rd, Reflective Worship.
Sundays, 10:30am. Worship Service and Children’s Program. Sunday
Sunday
Afternoon
BALLARK Afternoon
& DISTRICT GUN CLUB
BALLARK & DISTRICT GUN CLUB
each meeting.
Bacchus Marsh.AllAllWelcome.
welcomeEnquiries - Wendy
– Peter 0428 5367 4170.
112 295. Phone 5367 6550 for more details. Next Shoot: Sunday 8th October, 2017
Ballan Anglers Inc
Our Lady HelpCommunity Power
of Christians Korobeit
“ A Celebration
“ A Celebration
Next Shoot:
Location:
Sunday 5th May 2013
“BALLARK”
Proceeds to Ballan Child Care
Meeting second Wednesday every month. Hudsons Hotel,
MARKETS of Sacred
Ballan – Meredith Rd
of SacredMusic”
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7.30pm. More anglers and families needed and welcome – Hub
Sunday Mass 11.30am (2nd & 4th Ballarat
Sunday of Month).
Nominations: 10.00am
Location: “BALLARK”
Event Start: 10.30am
0400 003
Ballan 936. Club Market
Lions Golden Harvest Christian Fellowship
Enquiries: Gerald Connor 0409409602
Ballan – Meredith Rd Selected Inspirational
Marc Canavan 0432 237 389
Selected Inspirational
Sacred Music,
Sacred Music,
Rose-Carers
Saturday 4 June, of Maddingley
8am-1pm. 1st Park
Saturday each Month. Inglis Public Information & Open House
Non denominational - Prayer every Sunday 10am, Men’s Nominations: 10.00am
including community
Proceeds to: Ballan Football & Netball Club
popular
including community
& popular
well
singing of some
loved
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singing of some
loved
Prizes, Refreshments, all money raised goes back into our community. hymns
Working Bees every 3rd Wednesday & Sunday of each • Come Along and Support your District & Club.
St, Ballan. Enquiries - 0432 961 975 (Paul). Are you evenings
KYB Monday worried about our Ladies
6pm. energy prices
KYBandWednesday 1pm. BallanBallan Event
Mechanics Start:
Mechanics
Institute 10.30am
Institute
Hall @2pm
Hall @2pm
month. All welcome. Enquiries - 0418 171 119. the future?
Darley Market Further details – 0429 681 566.
• Do you have too much of something great – Enquiries:
ADMISSION:
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Just $10 Just $10 Connor
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Breakfast Cup
Saturday 4 June, 8am – 1pm. Stalls offer bric-a-brac, fruit/veg, Bacchussun,
Marsh
wind,Life Church
waste, agricultural byproducts? RSVP by 13RSVP
May by James
- Elizabeth
13 Molesworth
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email:
2016 000 450
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clothing, plants and more. 1st & 3rd Saturday each month at • Are you an individual, group or organisation
Meeting 10am every Sunday at the BM College Drama Room, BBQ, refreshments, prizes and giveaways
that wants to develop and operate a
Darley Park Football Reserve. Enquiries – 0488 345 145 (Alan). with the in Grantcommunity
Street. Enquiries Pastor
power project fromMerv - 0412 290 036.
a renewable All Welcome
ADMISSION
ADMISSION
$15 Children
$15UnderChildren
Ballan Farmers Market energy resource or energy efficiency initiative 16 FreeUnder 16 Free

Have your picture taken with the
Next Market – Saturday 11 June, 9am-1pm.
that benefits the community?  
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2nd Saturday each month, Mill Cottage car park. Enq – 0498
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361 291 or 0490 114 130.

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Mental Health
about this excitingand Alcohol
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Ballarat District Nursing & Healthcare
while indulging in a Cup
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Thursday 5thFREE
Call our October,
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Farming Moorabool will be holding a public meeting on:
2016 18
Wednesday Charity
October,Ball11.30am
Service – Sunday 12 June, 9am. Ballan Community
1300 022 760House,
(Mon-Fri49am
– 7pm
- 5pm)

deliciouswhilechampagne
indulging in a breakfast.
Ballan Uniting Church (St. Paul’s)
www.breaze.org.au/programs/cph
305a Dana Street, Ballarat
The Royal Hotel, 200 Main St, Bacchus Marsh
The meeting is to pass the constitution and vote in its
Hosted by – 1st,delicious
Services
champagne breakfast.
2nd & 3rd Sundays 11.15am. 4th Sunday 9.30am www.acso.org.au
inaugural committee. If you wish to attend,
Hosted by
please contact 0422 945 793 for further information.
St Brigid’s Primary School Parents and
Reflective Worship.
St Brigid’s Primary School Parents and  
Hosted by
All welcome.
Friend’s Association.
Friend’s Association.
On Wednesday 11th October
 
Gordon
Gordon Football and Netball
AGM  
Club Inc.Football
  Netball Club
Saturday 28th May @ 7pm
7.30am – 9.30am th
25 October 2015  
At Stth Brigid’s Multipurpose Space (in Church Carpark)   2.00pm  
On Wednesday 11 October
$25 per person. At Gordon Recreation Reserve  

7.30am – 9.30amBooking and pre-payment essential   Ballarat Golf Club, 1800 Sturt St, Ballarat
All members past and present welcome  

by Wednesday 27th September
At St Brigid’s Multipurpose Space (in Church Carpark)
Call or visit the St Brigid’s Primary School Formal Dress
office to secure your spot.
$25 per person.Ph. 53681015 $110 or $1000 for table of ten
Booking and pre-payment essential 2 course meal, beer, wine & softdrink provided
by Wednesday 27th September Contact:
Call or visit the St Brigid’s Primary School Jenna Gunnell 0409 165 935
office to secure your spot. Stuart Miller 0400 642 727
Ph. 53681015 Max Hammond 0428 907 669
Profits to Sponsored By Support By Thanks to A charity auction and fundraiser will take place
on the night, with all proceeds going to
Ballarat District Nursing and Healthcare
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Easy Living in Central Location
Special
exemption
for ADF
Victorian members of the Australian Defence Force
have received a special exemption under the First
Home Owner Grant.
Eligibility for the grant normally requires applicants
to live in their new home as their principal place of
residence within a year of settlement, for a continuous
period of at least 12 months.
21 George Street, Bacchus Marsh However, Defence Force members looking to buy their
Price: $495,000 first home often struggle to meet the residency criteria
for the grant due to deployments to other states or
This traditional weatherboard home offers a
overseas.
wonderful blend of period style and french provincial
touches. Delivering a practical layout of 3 bedrooms, The exemption, introduced in the 2017/18 State

master with ensuite, open plan living encompasses a Government budget, allows defence force personnel to

functional kitchen allowing for seamless connection to apply for the grant without meeting this criteria.

an all-weather alfresco area. This is a fabulous home Minister for Veterans John Eren said many of
for first home buyers & young families as well as a Australia’s Defence Force members want to buy a home
great downsizing option or savvy investment in a in Victoria, but are serving the nation elsewhere.
super-convenient locale. “That’s why we’re making this common sense change
that recognises the special nature of their job.”
Those eligible for the exemption include current
members of the Australian Army, Air Force or Navy
that are either on duty or leave, and who are enrolled to
vote in Victorian elections. They will still need to meet
all other criteria to receive the $10,000 grant.
The same exemption will also apply to the new
regional First Home Owner Grant, which provides
$20,000 for first home buyers acquiring newly built
homes in regional Victoria.
Victorian Treasurer Tim Pallas said it was important
to ensure every Victorian can afford to buy their first
home – including those working to keep Australia safe.
2/137 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh “These brave men and women are serving our nation
Phone: 5367 8128 Mobile: 0418 343 754 abroad and interstate – the last thing they need is to be
www.lensmith.com.au caught up in red tape and regulation.”
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If you are selling now or in the future,
contact our Country & Lifestyle team today
for a no obligation free market appraisal!
Chris Leonard 0409 0409 23
51 Lydiard Street South, Ballarat 3350
Matthew Edwards 0401 728 881
Phone 5331 1111 www.prdballarat.com.au Andreana Donhardt 0417 876 985
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Easy Living in Central Location
This traditional weatherboard home offers a wonderful blend of period style and french
provincial touches. Delivering a practical layout of 3 bedrooms, master with ensuite, open plan
living encompasses a functional kitchen allowing for seamless connection to an all-weather
alfresco area. This is a fabulous home for first home buyers & young families as well as a great
downsizing option or savvy investment in a super-convenient locale.
Private Sale
Price Reduced $495,000
Inspect Saturday 11.00–11.30am
Office 2/137 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128
Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754 len@lensmith.com.au
Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828 kelvin@lensmith.com.au

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Capitalise on the Great Location Private Sale House on large Block in Top Central Private Sale
The power and appeal of position are Location!
compelling with this modern 2 bedroom Price $360,000 Situated on an approximately 887m2 flat Price $400,000 – $430,000
unit located within easy walking distance Inspect By appointment block in a prime location. Featuring 10 foot Inspect Saturday 10.00–10.30am
to main street shops, village shopping ceilings, hard wood timber floors, a single
centre and primary schools. At its heart is Office 2/137 Main Street, garage with a studio and a large 6x9m Office 2/137 Main Street,
the fantastic well equipped kitchen/meals Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128 shed. Perfect for the person who wishes to Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128
area anchored around a generous north renovate and extend, or develop S.T.C.A.
facing living area, internal access from Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754 Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754
Located off the prestigious Lerderderg
garage, a great alfresco area to the side len@lensmith.com.au len@lensmith.com.au
Street, walking distance to the Primary
of the home provides the ideal retreat to Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828 schools and the Village Shopping Centre. Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828
relax & enjoy. Better be quick as this quality kelvin@lensmith.com.au kelvin@lensmith.com.au
unit will not last long in today’s buoyant
market.
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Arbee Real Estate
FOR SALE 2 Hamilton Court, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 13 Lidgett Street, Bacchus Marsh
3 2 2 2 1 1

Excellent Family Home! Walk To Main Street
Corner block of 780m (approx.) in the Clifton Park Estate. 3 large
2
Solid 2 bedroom home ideally located & priced for first home buyers &
bedrooms with BIRs (master with WIR & ens), a study, 2 living areas & investors. The good sized main bedroom has a BIR, family sized lounge,
kitchen with island bench, gas cooktop, wall oven & dishwasher. Ducted renovated kitchen & central bathroom. It has a large backyard next to a
heating & cooling is installed throughout. Large pergola, landscaped park and playground all within walking distance of Main St shops &
gardens and a 6m x 6m colorbond shed with concrete floor & power. kindergarten. This property is an ideal investment for the future.
INSPECT Tuesday 26th September 5.30-6.00pm INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $460,000-$480,000 FOR SALE $339,000

NEW LISTING NEW LISTING
CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157 CONTACT Peter Leonard 0429 671 990
WEB arbeerealestate.com.au WEB arbeerealestate.com.au

FOR SALE 11/17 Pilmer Street, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 6b Manor Street, Bacchus Marsh
2 1 1 3 2 2

Highly Sought After Location Executive Central Living
Situated between Main St, Maddingley Park & Railway Station is this This beautiful double storey home is located within walking distance to everything. Consists
fantastic 2 bedroom unit in one the most sought after complexes. of 3 B/R, 2 bathrooms, fantastic open plan living, plus a powder room/toilet down stairs,

SOLD
Attractive kitchen/dining area with gas cook top & wall oven, lounge master B/R is a parents retreat. Kitchen has stone bench tops, WIP and quality appliances. For
with gas heating. 2 good sized bedrooms with excellent wardrobe space, your convenience there is a 2 person lift, double garage with remote doors provides direct
separate toilet & separate laundry. Neat courtyard & single carport. access. 72m2 shed with rollerdoor access and solar panels providing savings on energy costs.

INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $370,000 FOR SALE $849,000
CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157 CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157
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FOR SALE 14 Victoria Street, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 2/3a Labilliere Street, Bacchus Marsh
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Rayner We put you first
33 COLLEGE SQUARE, BACCHUS MARSH 10 LEILA COURT, BACCHUS MARSH
NEW LISTING NEW LISTING

JUST DANDY 4 2 2 ATTRACTIVE HOME – LOTS OF VEHICLE ACCESS 3 1 3
• Located in a quiet pocket, only moments to town, train station and schools; • Quiet court location, 3 bedrooms very inviting feel;
• Master with walk through robe to ensuite; Private Sale: $440,000-$449,000 • Cosy lounge room which leads to the kitchen and dining area; Private Sale: $449,000-$459,000
• Further 3 bedrooms all have built in robes; Inspect: By appointment • 1 bathroom, generous laundry with plenty of space plus extra toilet; Inspect: By appointment
• The North facing kitchen and dining make for easy access to the alfresco area; • Storage and off street parking is abundant, double garage and single lock up
Contact: Marcus Rayner 0418 556 699 Contact: Brendan Rayner 0439 354 059
• Two separate living areas to the front and rear of the home; garage plus workshop;
• Ducted evaporative cooling and ducted heating; Email: marcus@raynerrealestate.com.au • Side vehicle access to rear garden; Email: brendan@raynerrealestate.com.au
• Remote roller door to double lock up garage; • Land size 790sqm with established rear garden;
• Front yard fully landscaped, blank canvas to rear, land size approx. 526sqm. • Leased at $1,560pcm until December 2017.

5 MUNRO COURT, BACCHUS MARSH 25 DEWAR CRESCENT, BACCHUS MARSH
AUCTION NEW LISTING

MORTGAGEE IN POSSESSION - AUCTION 3 2 2 SPRAWLING AND SPACIOUS 4 2 2
• 3 bedroom, master with ensuite and walk in robe • North facing open plan living areas opening out to pergola;
• Separate study off entry Auction: Saturday 7th October • Inspiring kitchen layout with Cesar stone bench tops; Private Sale: $380,000-$390,000
• Bathroom with separate bath single vanity and shower at 1.00pm • WIR and ensuite to Main bedroom other 3 bedrooms have BIRs; Inspect: By appointment
• L Shaped lounge and formal dining • Climate control including ducted heating and ducted evaporative cooling;
Inspect: By appointment Contact: Marcus Rayner 0418 556 699
• Centrally located kitchen with meals area and glass sliding door to side yard • Double lock up garage;
• Concrete embossed driveway Contact: Marcus Rayner 0418 556 699 • Land size 648sqm; Email: marcus@raynerrealestate.com.au
• Double carport with large colorbond workshop with roller door Email: marcus@raynerrealestate.com.au • Currently tenanted at $1,560pm until February 2018.
• Large rear yard with mature plants, land size approx. 818m2

14 AUGUSTA DRIVE, CRESWICK 15 PEAKE ST, GOLDEN POINT 30 SEYMOUR ROAD,TALBOT 5/15 STANDFIELD ST, BACCHUS MARSH

GOLDFIELDS RESORT CRESWICK WHAT COULD YOU DO HERE? PIONEER - HISTORIC TALBOT HIDDEN GEM
• Ideal family home or holiday accommodation • On the Peake! Great city overview on approx. 893sqm; • 6+ acres (Approx.) backing onto Back Creek • Cosy 1 bedroom unit, with polished fl oor boards, front
• 3 Bedrooms, 3 Bathrooms, 3 Living areas, 4 toilets • Priced appealingly; • Old out buildings and rear access and close to all amenities.
• Stainless steel appliances and induction cooktop • Set at the rear of the block, this 4 bedroom residence • Good Road access • Master bedroom with ENS/Laundry off bedroom.
• Gas log fi re heating plus 2 split systems also offers large kitchen, living, dining with kitchen & • Fenced with quality gate • Light and airy open plan kitchen, meals and lounge,
• Magnifi cent covered decked outdoor area, great views bathroom updated. • Nearby Power full size electric oven and north facing windows.
• Incredible under house parking • Currently tenanted until April 2018 at $250 per week; • Planning Permit • Very private and secure, walled courtyard, shared
• Storage rooms plus possible studio or home offi ce. • Appealing tree lined street. storage area, single carport.
• Approx. rental income $13,000.00pa. Owners corporation
fees approx. $690pa.
Private Sale: $545,000 Private Sale: $297,000 Private Sale: $89,950 Private Sale: $199,000
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: Mark Dudley 0409 954 396 Contact: Marcus Rayner 0418 556 699
Email: mark@raynerrealestate.com.au Email: mark@raynerrealestate.com.au Email: mark@raynerrealestate.com.au Email: marcus@raynerrealestate.com.au

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This week marks the beginning of a key romance and
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In finance, September,
tightening is2017 Page
a priority. Work 17
projects require a combination of concentration and
imagination.

Stars & Puzzles
LEO—July 23-August 22
A Pisces or Scorpio may step into the friendship scene.
Some of your ideas are challenged, but certainly not ve-
toed. Spending long hours at the drawing board can have
bright results.
VIRGO—August 23-September 22
Enjoy some encouraging financial news. Your partner
may need an ego boost. Pets may figure in the picture. A
QUICK PUZZLE
✯✯✯✯✯✯
stray animal may arrive at your door. Intuition is strong

★★★★★★★★ now.
LIBRA—September 23-October 22
Avoid making snap decisions, especially in matters in-
volving finance and property. An idealistic friend may
★★★★★★★★ help you modify your philosophy. A volunteer assign-
ment brings an unexpected reward.

SCORPIO—October 23-November 21
ARIES—March 21-April 20
Your energy level peaks on the weekend. If hosting a
Taking a trip can lead to an encounter with an old friend party, you do so with special flair. Use the week to catch
from the past. As for the future, the week favours long up on assorted health needs. Romance demands more
term planning in matters financial and educational. attention.
TAURUS—April 21-May 22 SAGITTARIUS—November 22-December 22
Avoid short cuts on the job front. Romancewise, this week A romantic disappointment is short lived - don’t lose ei-
is off to an encouraging start. Property matters need a ther your sense of perspective or your sense of humour.
detailed review. At home, or at work, the key now is to speak your mind.
GEMINI—May 23-June 21 CAPRICORN—December 23-January 20
In-laws or other relatives decide to back you on a family A competetive spirit can land you in some difficulty. A
matter. Children respond well to your encouraging words. low key approach on the other hand, can move you closer
Be sure that you don’t misinterpret loved one’s motives. to goals. A group oriented sports programme is accented.
CANCER—June 22-July 22 AQUARIUS—January 21-February 19
NO. 9014 This week marks the beginning of a key romance and An important career or academic decision could be made.
ACROSS DOWN friendship. In finance, belt tightening is a priority. Work Bargain hunting is favoured. A casual friendship may be
1. Stir (4) 1. Bird (5) projects require a combination of concentration and blossoming into a significant relationship.
7. Wrong (9) 2. Alcoholic drink (5) imagination.
8. Cipher (4) 3. Horn (6) PISCES—February 20-March 20
9. Error (4) 4. Force (6) LEO—July 23-August 22 Give and take arrangements accent the week. If making
10. Stay (4) 5. Vehicle (4) A Pisces or Scorpio may step into the friendship scene. loans, be sure to get the terms in writing. Legal and other
11. Cover (4) 6. Sponge (9) Some of your ideas are challenged, but certainly not ve- documents require a careful reading. Your love life perks
14. Inapt (10) 12. Residue (9) toed. Spending long hours at the drawing board can have up on the weekend.
16. Sharpshooter (10) 13. Colour (4) bright results.
19. Period (4) 15. Aperture (4) BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK
22. Drawback (4) 17. Australian marsupial VIRGO—August 23-September 22 You excel in administrative tasks and you are known for
24. Herb (4) (6) your ambitious spirit and delightful sense of humour.
25. River (Europe) (4) 18. Mix (6) Enjoy some encouraging financial news. Your partner
26. Old (9) 20. Tree (5) may need an ego boost. Pets may figure in the picture. A Caution is a strength and a weakness of yours. Travel,
27. Cheese (4) 21. Combine (5) stray animal may arrive at your door. Intuition is strong perhaps in conjunction with education, is a favoured
23. Increased (4) now. theme.

CRYPTIC PUZZLE LIBRA—September 23-October 22
ACROSS Avoid making snap decisions, especially in matters in-

SUDOKU
1. Attack the large cask (4). 7, Competing and driving a volving finance and property. An idealistic friend may
new car (7,2). 8. Communication from an eccentric per- help you modify your philosophy. A volunteer assign-
son (4). 9. Shoot to get rid of (4). 10. Said to ring outside ment brings an unexpected reward.
(4). 11. Hackneyed phrases, but they may be cutting
(4). 14. In the hills, in the valleys and everywhere (4,3,3). SCORPIO—October 23-November 21
16. How many people go to church every Sunday? (4,6).
19. Stops the send-off (4). 22. I have one like that - the NUMBER
Your energy level peaks GAME
on the weekend. If hosting a
very picture of it! (4). 24. Stray animal guarding a hole party, you do so with special flair. Use the week to catch
(4). 25. Be electrified (4). 26. Maybe the char’s thrown up on assorted
ANSWER health BELOW
needs. Romance demands more
the coins out (9). 27. Induce to guide one to (4). attention.
DOWN SAGITTARIUS—November 22-December 22
1. Money stimulates (5). 2. Chucked over, we’re told (5).
3. The copper band is making it better (6). 4. She has an A romantic disappointment is short lived - don’t lose ei-
Elgar composition left unfinished (6). 5. Getting a bar- ther your sense of perspective or your sense of humour.
gain, fixes it up (4). 6. Set in my ways, I’d be patrolling At home, or at work, the key now is to speak your mind.
with the dog outside (9). 12. Says the cats have been
given to the girl (9). 13. Don’t keep on building (4). 15. CAPRICORN—December 23-January 20
The terrible one in the red ensemble (4). 17. Shout from A competetive spirit can land you in some difficulty. A
overhead, creating a commotion (6). 18. Not the main low key approach on the other hand, can move you closer
office of Tree and co? (6). 20. The green one in the cen- to goals. A group oriented sports programme is accented.
tre of the church (5). 21. Pass you pay out for (5). 23.
How much for a kiss? (4). AQUARIUS—January 21-February 19
An important career or academic decision could be made.
Bargain hunting is favoured. A casual friendship may be
SOLUTIONS - CROSSWORD NO. 9013
20, Na-I-ve. 21, Spend. 23, Peck.
blossoming into a significant relationship.
ounces. 13, Shed. 15, D-I-re. 17, Up-roar. 18, Branch.
Angela (anag.). 5, Snip (rev.). 6, H-ideb-ound. 12, Ann-
QUICK SOLUTIONS
Down - 1, Bucks. 2, Threw (through). 3, Cu-ring. 4, PISCES—February 20-March 20
Across - 7, Tittle-tattle. 8, Trowel. 9, Poetry. 10, Bi-
Give and take arrangements accent the week. If making
Live. 26, Pe-rcha-nce. 27, Lead.
zarre. 12, Smack. 15, Agate. 16, Scarlet. 18, Pallor. 20,
loans, be sure to get the terms in writing. Legal and other
number. 19, Ends (anag.). 22, Snap. 24, R-O-am. 25,
Uproot. 22, Improverished.
documents require a careful reading. Your love life perks
Peel (peal). 11, Saws. 14, High and low. 16, Good
Down - 1, Piercing. 2, Stew. 3, Declare. 4, Happy. 5,
up on the weekend.
Across - 1, Butt. 7, Running in. 8, Card. 9, Fire. 10,
Streamer. 6, Year. 11, Antelope. 13, Cherokee. 14, Ac-
CRYPTIC SOLUTIONS
quire. 17, Brave. 19, Arid. 21, Rash.
17, Wombat. 18, Mingle. 20, Elder. 21, Merge. 23, Grew. BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK
CRYPTIC SOLUTIONS
Trap. 6, Scrounger. 12, Remainder. 13, Pink. 15, Vent. You excel in administrative tasks and you are known for
Across - 7, Break surface. 8, Settee. 9, Poster. 10, Nar-
Down - 1, Macaw. 2, Vodka. 3, Antler. 4, Compel. 5, your ambitious spirit and delightful sense of humour.
rate. 12, A-gap-E. 15, I-deal. 16, Erasing. 18, S-ketch.
22, Snag. 24, Mint. 25, Oder. 26, Venerable. 27, Brie. Caution is a strength and a weakness of yours. Travel,
20, Put off. 22, Donkey’s years.
11, Wrap. 14, Irrelevant. 16, Markswoman. 19, Term. perhaps in conjunction with education, is a favoured
Down - 1, Free hand. 2, Part. 3, Assents (a scent’s). 4,
Across - 1, Move. 7, Incorrect. 8, Code. 9, Slip. 10, Prop. theme.
Tripe. 5, Pass-ages. 6, Peke (peek). 11, Roasting. 13,
QUICK SOLUTIONS
Pin-a-fore. 14, Pr-op-ose. 17, Cheek. 19, Kids. 21, Then.
SOLUTIONS - CROSSWORD NO. 9014
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Ballarat Football League Seniors Grand Final
Darley 2.5, 4.9, 10.11, 14.13 (97) defeated Bacchus Marsh 0.3, 1.5, 2.10, 6.11 (47). Photos Tim Saultry

Ballarat Football League
Results - Grand Final
Seniors
Darley 2.5, 4.9, 10.11, 14.13 (97) defeated
Bacchus Marsh 0.3, 1.5, 2.10, 6.11 (47).
Reserves
Darley 0.3, 2.9, 3.11, 8.13 (61) defeated
Bacchus Marsh 4.3, 4.3, 6.5, 7.5 (47)
GOALS - Darley
Dane Grenfell 3, Aaron Speak 2, Kyle Doyle 1, Ross Gundry,
Zane Dix
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Daniel Bonnici 3, Quade Butt 2, Jake Millar 1,
Ashley Whittle
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BEST – Bacchus Marsh
Daniel Bonnici, Thomas Mullen, Christopher Suban,
Benjamin Jenkins, Jake Millar, Michael Garofalo
Under 18.5s
Redan 0.0, 5.4, 6.5, 11.7 (73) defeated
East Point 6.2, 7.3, 10.4, 11.4 (70).

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A Grade
North Ballarat City 5, 20, 27, 38 (38) lost
Sunbury 17, 26, 34, 44 (44)
B Grade
Lake Wendouree 11, 21, 32, 43 (43) defeated
Sunbury 12, 22, 30, 37 (37)
C Grade
Lake Wendouree 6, 13, 19, 25, 32 (32) defeated
Sunbury 5, 12, 16, 25, 31 (31)
D Grade
Lake Wendouree 11, 20, 30, 37 (37) defeated
Sunbury 8, 15, 20, 25 (25)
19&Under
North Ballarat City 12, 16, 23, 27 (27) lost
Redan 7, 18, 25, 37 (37)

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