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Tuesday 29 May, 2018 Serving Ballan and district since 1872 Phone 5368 1966 Vol 12 No 21

Nelson Banigo with his three Under 9 Victorian Best Performance certificates. Photo - submitted

Olympics are the goal

Fastest in history but striding towards more. for little athletics at Melton, to burn some of have had athletes win three gold but never Championships, and maybe even get the
Bacchus Marsh athlete, Nelson Banigo his energy. Not long after Nelson joined the four gold medals. as well as three Victoria opportunity to progress to the Australian
has recently been acknowledged for his Bacchus Marsh Centre in Under 8 where he records. School Sports Championships.
outstanding performances at the Little dominated on the track, setting new records “We are all so very proud of his When asked what he liked most about little
Athletics Victoria Region and State in all available track events. It wasn’t until achievements. Nelson’s times have also aths, Nelson said he just likes running.
Championships. Nelson set three new Under 9 that Nelson was old enough to bettered the Australian records which we “My favourite event is the 70-metre sprint.
Under 9 Victorian Best Performances in the compete at Region and State Championships. are currently awaiting verification from
I liked meeting new kids at the Region and
70 metres, 100 metres and 200 metre events. In his first taste of this level of competition the Australian Little Athletics board,” Ms
he excelled, winning four gold medals and State competitions and hope to meet up with
Downes said.
Nelson ran 9.82 seconds for the 70 metres, these athletes again next season”.
setting three new State records. Nelson Nelson idolises Usain Bolt and hopes to one
13.64 seconds for 100 metres and 28.10 for the While Nelson has excelled in his short little
qualified for the State Championships day follow in his footsteps, competing at the
200 metres. athletics career, younger brother Elliot looks
in March at Lakeside Stadium where he Olympics in the 100 metres. Meanwhile,
His mother Jennifer said Nelson was born continued to dominate becoming the State set to continue the tradition already having
Nelson’s short-term goals are to once again
to run. Champion in the 70 metres, 100 metres, 200 represent Bacchus Marsh at the State Little set a couple of records at the Bacchus Marsh
“From the age of two he would run metres and 400 metres. This achievement Athletics Championships and hopefully Little Athletics Centre. Sister Naomi still
everywhere, he never walked,” she said. was a first for the Bacchus Marsh Centre. represent his school, Melton Christian must wait another year before she can join
At the age of six his parents registered him Centre President, Maria Downes, said we College at the Victorian School Sports her brothers on the track.

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Darley parents
Bree and Kancharla Finally, it is a
Bhagya Lakshmi

Shannon from boy for Melton
Melton have and Bisam West parents
welcomed a Santhosh K Michelle and

in the
little girl to their Reddy have Bayzo. A new
family. A new welcomed their brother for

sister for Cruz, fourth child, a sisters Destiny,
Chloe arrived little girl. Mayuka Daijah, Davina
on Sunday 6 Vidmahi arrived and Deanna,
May at on Sunday 20 Deontay
Babies born 10.43am and May at 5.50pm, arrived on
weighed 7lb weighing 3160 Tuesday 22
recently at 7.6ox (3520 grams. Mayuka May at 1.24am
is a new sister
Bacchus Marsh grams).
for Bisam,
and weighed 4
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Sports hub
faces setback
By Helen Tatchell Whatever
Moorabool communities will be missing out
on “essential services and infrastructure” ac-
cording to Mayor Cr Paul Tatchell. you want Australians are living longer. And that
means there’s a lot more life to enjoy.

to do in
The recently announced Federal budget of-
fered no coverage to Moorabool shire, a deci-
sion that did not surprise the Mayor. Whatever you’re looking forward to,
“It was welcoming to see tax cuts for low whether it’s to keep working, change

later life,
and middle-income earners and the commit- jobs, start a new business, or just keep
ment to the aged but there were no specific
healthy, active and connected – the
initiatives that would benefit Moorabool,” Cr
Tatchell said. government has programs to assist you.

“Yet again, there was no dough for the
Moorabool Bread Box, not even a crumb. There are also 20,000 extra high level
As far as the Shire goes, this is the Clayton’s home care packages to help you stay
budget – the budget you have when you’re
at home and independent for longer.

not having a budget.”
Cr Tatchell said it really came as no surprise
as both levels of government don’t seem to There are lots of ways to
see our shire as a priority. live the life you want.

about it
A recent State government announcement
contributed $200,000 toward Stage 1 of the
Bacchus Marsh Racecourse Recreation Re-
serve re-development. A $20m project, Stage Visit longliveyou.gov.au

1 will cost $4.8m of ratepayer’s money.
Federal Member for Ballarat Catherine King
said the Federal government were once gain
ignoring the Ballarat electorate.
“There was a long list of projects we were
hoping would be funded, including the Par-
wan Employment Precinct and a Bacchus
Marsh Regional Community Sports Hub.
“While I am disappointed, I know that our
local community will continue advocating
for the funding we deserve,” Ms King said.
CEO Rob Croxford was also disappointed in
the lack of Federal and State funding from
both budgets.
“Council is still awaiting the outcome of
an application to a Federal grant process for
Stage 1 of the Racecourse Reserve sporting
facility in Bacchus Marsh.
“If this does not come to fruition, then Coun-
cil will need to continue to incur high levels
of debt and redirect scarce cash resources
to fund projects with our other government
partners,” Mr Croxford said.
Council will continue to lobby State and
Federal politicians leading into the elections
later this year on the following prioritised
proposed projects:
• Sporting facilities for Bacchus Marsh Race-
course Reserve
• Gas for the Parwan Employment Precinct
which is expected to generate 1200 jobs
• Sewerage for Bungaree and Wallace longliveyou.gov.au
• Resolution of traffic issues in Bacchus
• Victorian Motorsport Facility at Fiskville
• Increased Government Services located in
Moorabool Authorised by the Australian Government, Canberra.
• Upgrades for the Ballarat Rail Line.
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Letters to the Editor

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Lost and Found
Dear Editor, Dear Editor, the same and can’t be cel-
Re - Light at the end of the It would seem that Victoria’s ebrated, or respected, for our
tunnel (MN 22 May 18). education agenda is all about differences.
Can a diagram be pro- gender. Or more accurately Difference and inclusive-
duced/published to show no gender. The agenda is no ness are what we should be
where the extra 23 car spaces
gender at all. celebrating.
are going to be placed?
Looking at works so far Last week, we woke to news We celebrate the differences
there are at lease 6 - 8 car that the left-wing social po- in cultures, in language, in
spaces that are now flower lice are rummaging through religions. We are not all the
beds. Hopefully the plan is schools, kindergartens and same and nor do we want to
not to have 90-degree park- public libraries to remove be. We also celebrate what
ing to the curb as this will any books that refer to boys unites us – our humanity ‘Garf’ Male Domestic Short ‘Raven’ Female Domestic
become a traffic nightmare. and girls - books like Thom- – our time on this earth to- ‘Pudding’ Female Domestic
Hair Champagne and White Short Hair Black
Can someone also explain as the Tank Engine. They gether – our efforts to make approximately 3 years. approximately 1 year. Short Tabby approximately
how the trees were chosen it a better place.
will surely find other dan- Available for Adoption Available for Adoption 1. Available for Adoption
and where they are being
placed? gerous literary classics too. Billions of dollars more
The trees planted thus far This audit is based upon re- are now being spent on our
will be tall and have been search by the Australian Na- education system in Victoria.
planted under powerlines. tional University that young The result? Confused teach-
A thought came to mind children are influenced by ers, lower standards and
of how great the trees will gender stereotyping. more bureaucrats.
look when the tree cutting
Problem is, our world is Victoria’s students are fall-
contractor of the future cuts/
chops the tops out of them to made up of boys and girls, ing behind the rest of the
clear the powerlines. men and women. world – dropping from 4th
On a lighter note. I am cu- We couldn’t have made in the world for reading to
rious how the response of it this far in the world if it 16th, from 11th in maths to ‘Bailey’ Male Jack Russell ‘Charlie’ Male Maltese ‘Jojo’ Male Border Collie
two people is an indication weren’t for boys and girls 25th and from 8th in science cross White and Tan cross white approximately 5 Black and White
of what residents want in re- becoming men and women. to 14th. approximately 2 years. years. Available for approximately 7 years.
gard to Moorabool Matters. The education curriculum Available for Adoption Adoption Available for Adoption
Evolution has brought us
I am heartened by the fiscal
this far on the basis that both is cluttered – and increas-
responsibility of Council to
continue the publication at sexes recognise each other as ingly cuckoo - courtesy of
great cost to residents on the such. the gender agenda.
views of two people. Any Girls will be girls and boys The most important thing
reasonably minded person will be boys – and there is students need to learn at
would have thought that the nothing wrong with that. school are reading, writ-
lack of response to the issue ing and arithmetic. Despite
would indicate it was not What is wrong, is that this
wanted. inward looking socialist Safe a changing world - they
Schools agenda is dumb- remain key to students’
Please stop wasting OUR
hard-earned rate money on ing down our education success.
this publication. system. Instead of learn- Simon Ramsay MP
Mick Dunk ing the Three-Rs – students Assistant Shadow Minister ‘Diva’ Female Domestic
Ballan are learning that we are all for Agriculture Short Tabby and White  Male Bull Arab cross White Female Domestic Short
approximately 2 years. and Brindle – Found in Hair Ginger – Found in
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Code 1 times improve
High Tea
MONDAY& TUESDAYNIGHT “The improvement over the past year, has
2 course $25 3 course $30
By Carol Saffer
BIRTHDAY been helped by an increase in local resources
DINNER ONLY Ambulance Victoria paramedics treated and patient-focussed reforms to the way
more time-critical patients faster in the first Triple Zero calls are triaged and dispatched.”
WEDNESDAYNIGHT three months of 2018, data recently released There are two ambulance branches in
Across Moorabool Shire during this period,
Moorabool Shire, Bacchus Marsh with about
24 paramedic and Ballan with six.

Traditional 3 tiered trays filled with Like us on Facebook to see what’s on special each week!! Ambulance Victoria responded to 327 Code1
“They are positioned to ensure provision
patients, an increase on the same period in
of the best possible care to the growing
Glass of “Pink’ Sparkling or mocktail 2017 of 22 patients.
community along the major corridor between
on arrival and endless tea & coffee
THURSDAYNIGHT Even with the increased demand,
paramedics reached 70.9 per cent of Code 1
Ballarat and Melbourne,” Mr Georgiou said.
$55pp / $25 KIDS $10
from each ticket
PARMA’S $16 patients in the shire within the critical target Ambulance Victoria has received town
planning approval to build a new 24-hour
OF THE WORLD of 15 minutes during January to March 2018
goes to Local Bre
Cancer Suppor
BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL ambulance resource with 14 paramedics in
– an improvement of 8.9 percentage points
on same period last year. Bacchus Marsh. The paramedics for the new
In Bacchus Marsh, paramedics reached 88.9 branch came on board in June last year. In
D MONDA the meantime, they are temporarily based in

EVERYA2CNH MONTH NEW KIDS percent of the 180 Code 1 patients within

the 15 minutes critical target time, up from the outer west of Melbourne. A further 24-
OF E ea 10am – 11am PLAYGROUND 78.3 percent for the same period in 2017. The hour service and 14 paramedics have also

Morning oon average response time was 9 minutes 41 been added to Melton.
am – 12n
Show 11 seconds. “These two extra 24-hour services combined
Ambulance Victoria Regional Director are contributing to increased availability of
Michael Georgiou explained the emergency ambulances in the Moorabool
59 Grant Street, Bacchus Marsh
Phone: 03 5367 2031 stoneysclub.com.au improvement in response times for Bacchus area and improved response times,” says Mr
Marsh and the Moorabool Shire. Georgiou.
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Then they will have to close the Ballarat bound side to repair
all the damage to the road it’s seriously dodge the potholes.
Had this discussion with others today whilst it’s great to see
improvements being made there are way too many works
happening at the one time in our area and crappy time of
year to do it all because of course we are going to be facing
bad weather it’s mid-autumn with winter just around the
corner! - Kerryn
Exactly. I said same to so much traffic using the other side
it will need major works once they have finished. Way
too many road works at once and I seriously don’t see the
Photo: Helen Tatchell
reason for safety barriers all the way to Bacchus and Ballarat
seriously how many accidents have we had where cars run
off the freeway? It seems crazy to me. - Julie
This is crap it should have been based on the weather in the
first place or are they completely stupid, we have one way
out onto the freeway now and if that isn’t bad enough they
decide to limit that by doing road works there as well. Who

On-ramp still closed

the hell makes these stupid bloody plans in the first place.
- Mary
Wow, so much nastiness! I’m sure they have been doing
the best they can. I’d rather they take their time and do it
By Helen Tatchell and information from VicRoads. The signs have been adjusted to reflect properly. I drive a truck through these roads many times a
“There is a risk of delay if we get more the extended timing of the works. week and I appreciate the improvement they will eventually
The Ballan east bound on-ramp rain,” he said. Mr Howard also commented that the bring. Unfortunately resurfacing has to be done in the dry
leading to the Western Freeway, is still “The major works for the section of bridge strengthening works at Pykes and our roads crews have been flat out rebuilding roads this
closed to all vehicles the freeway near Ballan that required Creek are progressing well. last summer. At some stage they will have to work on the
Initially the date for completion of closure of the ramps has been other bridge. Please be patient people, and please be nice!
these roadworks was 11 May, then “VicRoads anticipate reopening the
completed, other than for the road - Richard
moved out to 25 May and now the bridge crossing (ie allowing traffic to
surfacing. VicRoads had planned to
completion date of works is 1 June. But seal the road by May 11 however, the use both carriageways) by the end of Let’s hope they modify the merge westbound at the top of
he weather will be a telling factor. extreme wet weather meant the works May. Some traffic restrictions may be the hill after Pykes Creek so it’s not the the curve. Vicroads
Member for Buninyong Geoff Howard had to be postponed until there is required for the Melbourne-bound are you reading this?. We don’t want more fatalities.
said this date is currently scheduled suitable weather conditions and a dry traffic periodically to enable completion Moorabool News or Geoff Howard perhaps you can pick this
based on the current weather forecast road surface.” of the works, “ he said. up on behalf of the community. - Graham

Fisken street Ballan lined with commuter vehicles. Photo - John Kowarsky

South side car

park a ‘furphy’
By Carol Saffer spaces on the southern side of the stations, to
replace any spaces removed to accommodate
While Ballan small business owner John other elements of the upgrade,” in a letter to
Kowarsky doesn’t live in Fisken Street, he is Mr Kowarsky in March. A banded Eastern Yellow Robin. Photo – Geoff Park

Want to be a bird watcher?

concerned about the impact of commuter car Moorabool Shire Council is also
parking in the street. encouraging refinement of the concept
Situated in the precinct of the Ballan train plan. In discussions with VLine and Public
station, Fisken street is awash with cars each Transport Victoria (PTV) council officers By Helen Tatchell “Volunteers record information such as the
business morning, despite a ‘not quite full’ advocated for extension of the newly presence of individual robins, mate choice
Vline carpark. The Wombat State Forest is home to many
proposed car park at the southern side of the and any nesting attempts via an app called
In a flyer distributed by Mr Kowarsky to station, in order to provide better outcomes creatures, great and small, but it is one Kobo. Training is provided for those who
the street’s residents, he says that parking for the community. particular small creature that Monash require it.”
by railway patrons is “bound to further University is seeking volunteer bird watchers
Fisken Street resident and commuter Lana Local volunteer Nathan Gregory said at first
increase with trends of rail usage and with for.
Kolyunski said she is fortunate she doesn’t it can be a bit tricky to see and work out the
the railway station upgrade.” As part of an ongoing conversation research
have to wrestle for a car park. colour band combination on the robins’ legs
The concept plan for the Ballan railway project, the Eastern Yellow Robin is wanted
“As a resident, the cars in the street can “Eastern yellow robins don’t sit still for
station upgrade, issued by Melbourne Metro in the sights of binoculars or cameras.
Rail Authority (MMRA), shows a new car be problematic for deliveries, tradies and very long. But once you get the hang of it, it
Lana Austin from the University said they
park on the south side of the station. visitors during the week. Any additional becomes a bit addictive and very rewarding.”
are seeking volunteer bird watchers to
dedicated car parking has to be helpful and Each robins’ unique colour combination
However, Mr Kowarsky says at a public resight colour banded Easter Yellow Robins.
information session at the Ballan Mechanics welcome as long as access to the platform links to their age, sex and genetic information.
“Wombat State Forest has around 100
Institute in late 2017, MMRA officers told isn’t difficult.” Information gathered by volunteers will
individual robins uniquely colour banded.
him “parking south of the station would Final design plans for all the stations being Volunteers with binoculars or cameras are enable researchers to understand the genetic
only be provided if existing spaces north of upgraded on the Ballarat Line including needed to gather information about these climate adaptation being seen in the robins’.
the station were lost in the development.” community consultation, are being worked individuals during the breeding season,” This information may be used as a model
The Minister for Public Transport Jacinta through progressively with Rockbank she said. for management actions of more threatened
Allan said, “commuter car parking is an station first on the list. Ms Austin said volunteers are assigned a species in the future.
important part of the process, which will The Ballarat Line Upgrade is reported to be local site to visit a few times per month until Lana Austin can be contacted via email for
consider the possibility of adding parking completed in late 2019. December, or longer. more information - lana.austin@monash.edu
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Call to ban
opera house nets
By Douglas Button through online sites and could be
sold second hand as well.
Conservationists have renewed Mr Steele said he had received
their call for a ban on the opera reports that people had begun
house style yabby nets that can seeing platypuses in good
kill platypuses, and the Moorabool numbers.
River is home to these aquatic “Only last year they were seen
monotreme mammals. at the mouth of the (Moorabool)
“Platypuses are just starting to river,’’ he said.
come back into the river after Mr Steele said the river had “just
a spell and these nets could be kicked on again’’ but was most
problematic for them,’’ a People vulnerable to drying out.
for a Living Moorabool spokesman When the river dried out platypus
Cameron Steele said. habitats were exposed, leading to
“Their (the platypus) numbers foxes taking the young ones from
are recovering from the millennial the holes.
drought,’’ he said. Mr Steele said he intended to raise Cr David Edwards, MSC CEO Rob Croxford and Deputy Mayor Cr John Keogh, doing their bit to gauge
The Moorabool River, a tributary the matter of the Opera House nets community views on the proposed electrification of the rail line to Bacchus Marsh at the train station.
of the Barwon River, flows south at forthcoming river management Photo - MSC

Council gauge
from the Central Highlands authority meetings.
between Ballarat and Ballan to join The use of possession of opera
the Barwon River at Fyansford just house nets is prohibited in, on or
north of Geelong. next to Victorian public waters.
Some major retailers have agreed Opera house nets can only be used

commuter interest
to pull opera house nets from their in private inland waters such as
stores. farm dams where a maximum of
But the nets can still be imported three (3) pots applies.

Dirty dumping
By Helen Tatchell electrification to Melton and visit council’s website and register
potentially Bacchus Marsh, a park their support or objections.
The early bird catches the worm and ride at Warrenheip and a fast “The consultation in Moorabool
and councillors David Edwards train from Ballarat to Melbourne. is critical as the rail line upgrade
and John Keogh did just that last “Commuters numbers in affects us and we need to take the
By Doug Button “It has now stopped because there week at Bacchus Marsh train Moorabool and Ballarat are similar results of this back to the BRAC
station. but the commuter numbers in table so they can be recognised by
is simply no more room.’’
A Bacchus Marsh family are Along with CEO Rob Croxford Melton have exploded, meaning government.”
Ms Majewski said she had been to
bewildered over why loads of dirt and shire staff, council was out electrification to Melton and
the police who told her it was a civil Mr Croxford said the sample poll
to gauge commuter views on the potentially Bacchus Marsh is the
have been dumped illegally on a matter. conducted indicated the majority
proposed electrification of the rail most viable option to cater for the
new block of land. She had also approached the were overwhelmingly against the
line to Bacchus Marsh, in a pre-
They say 10 small truck loads Growth,” Cr Edward said. electrification of the rail line to
Moorabool Shire Council who sent dawn hours poll.
of dirt appeared on the block in a representative to the site. So, what could this mean for Bacchus Marsh.
Ballarat Rail Action Committee
Pinnacle Court. Bacchus Marsh commuters whose “There were, significantly, some
“But without a witness or a truck (BRAC) is a collective of councils
trip now to Melbourne Southern pretty strong sentiments and
Family spokesperson Kerry registration they were powerless to from Moorabool, City of Ballarat,
Brimbank, Melton, Ararat and Cross Station can be as quick as opinions expressed about the
Majewski said the dumping began do anything.’’
the Pyrenees who are working 37-minutes? issue but there was also a degree
about six weeks ago, lasted for She said the dirt appeared to be
together to convince the State “It means the commute to of misinformation or a gap in
three weeks and then stopped. from a building site – “it’s just
Government of the importance of Melbourne Southern Cross Station the understanding about the
“We’ve asked at the blocks next rubbish,’’ she said.
upgrades to the Ballarat Line train could be beyond an hour from proposal,” he said.
door where the owners are having The block was bought about eight Bacchus Marsh if the line was
services. Council has requested Officers
work done but it’s got nothing to do months ago with a view to having a electrified,” said Cr Edwards, to prepare a 2018/19 budget bid
The BRAC are advocating for
with them,’’ Ms Majewski said. house built on it. $50 Million to create a detailed Moorabool’s representative on the for ongoing BRAC advocacy and
“I’ve door-knocked up and “I suppose if nothing turns up we business case for what strategic BRAC committee. community engagement activities,
down the street and around the will just have to remove it ourselves works are needed to upgrade the Cr Edwards said the purpose to allow local conversations to
neighbourhood. People told me at great cost. Ballarat rail Line. of the engagement was to continue to be held on the current
they saw trucks coming and going “It’s just very disappointing,” Ms Proposals include increased collect views and interest from and proposed works along the
but thought nothing of it. Majewski said. line capacity into Melbourne, commuters and encourage them to Ballarat line.

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Every picture tells a story

By Carol Saffer the end of the almost 100-year-
old album, of the Bungeeltap
The Ballan Shire Historical Homestead after its renova-
Society recently accepted a
tion. These will be scanned
donation of an album of pho-
by the society, catalogued
tos taken by Jean Rhodes in
1921-22 from Sandra Hooker. and kept as a digital file. The
Jean Rhodes lived at Bungeel- album itself will also be cata-
tap homestead after her father logued,” he said.
William Rhodes purchased Mrs Hooker contacted the
the property in 1922. Historical Society by mail
Mr Rhodes completely re- with an offer to donate the
built the homestead near Mt photo album. Her offer was
Egerton the year he purchased accepted, and she posted the
it, taking it from a Gothic style
album to them. As a paper-
circa 1863 building to a large
hipped roof structure with based Historical Society the
large chimneys. collection comprises newspa-
Society Secretary Richard pers, letters, documents and
Biden says there appears to be photo albums.
no connection between Jean “We rely on people to give us
Rhodes and Sandra Hooker. things,” Mr Biden said.
Mr Biden believes that Mrs The album does not contain
Hooker’s husband found and Richard Biden (Tres) and Jessie Davis (Sec) look through the photos of Bungeeltap in the near 100-year old donated
any photographs of Bun-
purchased the album because photo album. Photo (Main) Helen Tatchell
geeltap before its rebuilding.
he liked the look of it in a sec-
ond-hand store. However, Mr Biden says the
Mr Biden said almost all of Historical Society is in posses-
the photo’s in the album are sion of a number of images of
of no historical interest to the the earlier Gothic style two-
society. storey stone house built my
“There are a couple towards Dugald McPherson in 1863.

Mrs Jean Rhodes is believed to be on the right at

The old house at Bungeeltap. Another view of the old house at Bungeeltap. Bungeeltap.

takes root
Responsible for the management and “Council recognises and appreciates the
maintenance of over 18,000 urban and importance of a dedicated tree planting
reserves trees, Moorabool Council has program for the future.” Mr Jeffrey said.
committed an ongoing $100,000 for the “Not only are there many environmental
planting of new and replacement trees across advantages associated with new tree
the Shire. plantings, there are other advantages
While an annual budget allocation is made such as improved amenity and beautified
towards the maintenance of these trees, streetscapes, social, health and wellbeing
there has been a limited budget for new or outcomes as well.”
replacement trees. The new initiative covers the supply,
Council’s General Manager Infrastructure, planting and establishment of trees across
Phil Jeffrey said this allocation establishes a urban areas and towns within the Shire.
budget dedicated specifically to tree planting Works began in early May on new plantings
and will achieve the objectives of councils which are a blend of natives and exotics,
Street Tree Strategy. depending on the location.
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Road is
waiting to
By Helen Tatchell

Concerned members of Coimadai Primary School have

presented a petition to council.
Containing 60-signatures, the petition was in relation to
current and future traffic on Gisborne road, Coimadai.
Principal Moira Ross spoke, on behalf of the school
community at the May 2 meeting and said this was about
road safety not Hansons Quarry permit application. Lachlan Ivers vehicle that he is driving in the charity event ‘No Boundaries Safari’. Photo - submitted
“We are extremely concerned about the heavy truck traffic
on Gisborne road that passes the Bennetts Lane turnoff to
Coimadai Primary school daily.
“There are no dedicated turning lanes to the school on either
We’ve been everywhere man
By Carol Saffer in swags, or in caravan parks, driving Eight Melbourne comedians, many
side of Gisborne road. This is a fatality waiting to happen,”
a round trip of about 4000 kilometres. fresh from the recent Melbourne
Ms Ross said.
The No Boundaries Safari team from Bacchus Marsh mechanic Lachlan International Comedy Festival, will
“Every student that attends the school and all staff members Bacchus Marsh headed out of town last Ivers, a keen young member of the team make the trip to Dimboola (courtesy
travel to school by private vehicle, as there is no other option.” Saturday in this year’s charity car rally,
will be driving his Ford in his fifth year of Bacchus Marsh Coaches) donating
The road is on a slight bend and narrow with a 100kph raising money for the Bacchus Marsh their time to grab the mic and take to
speed limit. Ms Ross said lowering the speed limit is “only a of the safari.
Blue Light Branch program organised the stage.
band-aid solution”. by Moorabool’s Police Youth Resource Each member of the Safari donates
Bacchus Marsh business Allpress
“We need turning lanes so not to hinder north and south Officer Leading Senior Constable Jim $100 to kick start their charity efforts,
Printing has joined in the fun donating
bound traffic. The road needs to be widened with two Ross. while the majority of the money raised
a banner and flyers to let the Dimboola
turning lanes, and we believe this cost must be met by Over ten days 15 men in ten cars is at a one-off event held on the last locals they are in for a laughter filled
Hanson Quarry through VicRoads,” Ms Ross said. will take to the roads heading out of night of the rally. night. Safari organiser (former Bacchus
Cr. Tonia Dudzik moved the recommendation that the Victoria visiting towns in NSW, South Dimboola’s Victoria Hotel is the venue Marsh resident) Alan Gay said, “It is
petition be received by council and the community’s Australia and Queensland, camping for the No Boundaries Comedy night promising to be our biggest pub event
concerns be presented in writing to VicRoads. out most nights either under the stars when the team hits the town on June 2. yet.”

Moorabool Shire Council

The next Ordinary Meeting of Council will be held Wednesday 6 June, 2018 in Moorabool Shire Council is offering free Flu
the Council Chambers, 15 Stead St, Ballan, commencing at 6.00pm. Vaccinations for all children aged 6 months to under
5 Years of age. Flu vaccinations for children under
Members of the public are most welcome to attend. 5 require two doses given a month apart. We will
holding vaccination sessions for the children under
SPECIAL MEETING OF COUNCIL 5 on 9 June 2018 (first dose) and the 14 July 2018
Notice is hereby given that a Special Meeting of the Moorabool Shire Council will be (second dose) between 9 am and 12 pm at the Early
Learning Centre at 182 Halletts Way Darley. Bookings
held in Council Chambers, 15 Stead Street, Ballan, tomorrow Wednesday 30 May,
are essential so please call the Environmental Health
2018 commencing at 6.00pm. team on 5366 7100 and arrange an appointment.
The business to be conducted at the meeting is as follows: All Children from 6 months to under 5yrs are eligible for this free vaccine.
1. Confidential Item. There has been a significant increase over time to incidence of influenza in children
2. Any other business admitted by the unanimous resolution of Council. aged up to five years of age. In addition, data from the Victorian hospital sentinel
The Special Meeting of Council will be open to the public surveillance system indicates that 40% of children hospitalised had no identified risk
factors.This makes it essential that – in order to prevent severe illness and deaths – an
and members of the public are most welcome to attend.
immunisation program is available to all children aged 6 months to less than 5 years,
rather than just those with known risk factors.
At Moorabool Shire Council we care about the safety of our wider community, so we
Council invites applications for the existing vacancies: encourage eligible young children to receive the free vaccine while it is available.
Senior Revenue Officer (full time permanent) For more information, contact your local GP or Council’s Environmental Health unit
– applications close Tuesday 5 June 2018 on 5366 7100.
Parks & Gardens Team Member – Labourer REQUEST FOR QUOTE
– applications close Friday 8 June 2018. Moorabool Shire Council invites tenders for the following contract:
All details available from our website: www.moorabool.vic.gov.au. Tender Number Tender Description
WASTE01-2017/2018 Development of Waste Management Tender Documents
Tender documents and full details of this notice will be available on Friday 25 May
2018 at www.tenderlink.com/moorabool.

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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Alanon Support Group - for families of alcoholics. Holy Trinity Anglican Church - Bacchus Marsh
ADULT EDUCATION Meets at 10.30am on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month Service Times - Bacchus Marsh - Sunday 9am and 5pm;
Ballan & District Community House at the Uniting Church Hall, Gisborne Road, Bacchus Marsh. Balliang - 2nd Sunday 11am, 4th Sunday 9am; Myrniong – 1st
For class enrolment information, venue hire and costs; please Enq - 0421 222 717. & 3rd Sunday 11am. Enquiries – 5367 5362. 
call 5368 1934 or email info@bchvic.org.au Ballan Anglers Inc Church of the Living God
Darley Neighbourhood House & Learning Centre - Short Meeting second Wednesday every month. Hudsons Hotel, Christian youth ministry and bible teaching. 2nd Sunday
courses and classes. 33-35 Jonathan Drive, Darley. BM & 7.30pm. More anglers and families needed and welcome – of every month, 5pm. Open to all ages. At 14 Darcy St
District Photography Club - Meetings 2nd & 4th Wednesday 0400 003 936. Maddingley. Enq – 0408 260 727.
of month, 7.30pm. Enquiries welcome. Phone 5367 4390. Lal Lal Moorabool Photographic Group Inc Bacchus Marsh Baptist Church
The Laurels – Bacchus Marsh Community College - Courses Meeting 3rd Wednesday each month, 7pm. Soldiers Memorial Sundays, 10:30am, Worship Service and Children’s Program.
and classes. 229 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh. Enquiries & Hall, Lal Lal. Enquiries 5341 7535. Phone 5367 6550 for more details.
enrolments - 5367 1061. Footscray Poultry Club (at Bacchus Marsh) Our Lady Help of Christians Korobeit
U3A Bacchus Marsh - Active seniors social learning, for Meetings held 2nd Sunday of month, 2pm. Poultry Pavilion. Mass every Saturday 6.30pm.
daily activities contact 5367 5341 or visit our website - www. Racecourse Rec. Reserve, Balliang-Bacchus Marsh Rd, Golden Harvest Christian Fellowship
u3abacchus.org.au Bacchus Marsh. All welcome – Kerry 9741 9705. Non denominational - Prayer every Sunday 10am, Men’s
KYB Monday evenings 6pm. Ladies KYB Wednesday 1pm.
MEETINGS MARKETS Further details – 0429 681 566.
Ballan & District CWA - Branch meetings – 2nd Thursday Ballan Lions Club Market Bacchus Marsh Life Church
each month. RSL Hall, Inglis St Ballan, 7.30pm. All welcome Next market – Saturday 2 June 2018 Meeting 10am every Sunday at the BM College Drama Room,
- enq. to 0407 992 767 or email ballandistrictcwa@gmail.com First Saturday each month - Inglis St, Ballan – 9am-1pm. in Grant Street. Enquiries Pastor Merv - 0412 290 036.
Ballan District Vintage Machinery & Vehicle Club Enquiries – 0402 390 080 (Wayne). St Bernard’s Bacchus Marsh Catholic Church
Meetings - second Monday each month, 8pm. Tom Mullane Darley Market Mass Times – Saturday- 5pm; Sunday – 8.30am & 10am. 
Pavilion Ballan Racecourse Reserve. Enquiries – Brian 5368 Saturday 2 June, 8am - 1pm. 1st & 3rd Saturday each month at
2255 or Ray 5368 1177. Darley Park Football Reserve. Enquiries – 0488 345 145 (Alan).
The Pottery Group Ballan Farmers Market
Tuesday and Saturday 1pm-3pm, at the Public Park Hall (next Next Market – Saturday 9 June, 9am-1pm.
to Tennis Courts) Stanley St, Gordon. All welcome. Enquiries 2nd Saturday each month, Mill Cottage car park.
to Maureen 0447173031. Enq – 0498 361 291 or 0490 114 130.
Bacchus Marsh Playgroup
(Behind St Andrew’s Church) Cnr Gisborne Rd & Lerderderg CHURCH
Street Bacchus Marsh. Monday-Friday 9am, 11am, 1pm &
3pm. Enquiries – Cindy 0433 651 066. Catholic Parish of Gordon
Moorabool Mission Recovery Group Mass Times - Sat 2nd June - 6.30pm Dunnstown. Sun 3rd
Struggling with addiction; Pain from the past; family member June - 8.45am Gordon, 10.30am Ballan.
out of control? Meeting weekly - Wednesday, 12.30pm – Jean Anglican Parish of West Moorabool
Oomes Room, Lerderderg Library, Bacchus Marsh. Enq- BUSINESS Service Times -EXCELLENCE
St John’s Ballan - 1st AWARDS
& 3rd Sundays 2017 - BOOK AND BEAR SALE
Pastor Merv Patton – 0412 290 036. 9:30am; 2nd & 4th Sundays – 11am Family Service; St John’s
Ballan Playgroup
Bungaree – 1st Sunday 6pm Saturday;TRAINING
2nd, 3rd, 4th Sundays,PROGRAMFund Raiser for Frontier Services
Every Tuesday of school Term. St John’s Anglican Church 9am. Enq. - Rev. Wesley–- NOVEMBER
MARCH 5368 2730.  2018 Queen’s Birthday Weekend
Hall - 9:30-11:30am. Enquiries - 0409 681 138 Anna or 0421 B3 Community
905 558 Tamsin.  Focused, family friendly church with a difference. Services Books for all ages, both collectibles and new.
Marsh & District Garden LOCATION
Club every 2nd & 4th SundaysSESSIONat Avenue BowlingDETAILS
Club, Main St, also Bookmarks & Painted PRESENTER
Primordial Rocks
Meeting 2nd Tuesday of each month, 7.30pm at The Laurels, Bacchus Marsh.
15/3/18 6-7pm Bacchus Marsh Government Incentives for Employers looking to take the next step in growing their9th
Sat business
10am to 4pm
229 Main St Bacchus Marsh. Guest Speakers. Supper after Bacchus Marsh Christian Church
22/3/18 6-7pm Bacchus Marsh
each meeting. All Welcome. Enquiries - Wendy 5367 4170. Cloud Automation
Sunday for
Services Business
10am with kids program. 222 Main St, Marmoset
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Rose-Carers 6-7pm ParkBallan DIY digital Marketing
Bacchus Strategies9028
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Part 1 in 1st Sunday
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The Ultimate EnquiriesProfiling
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For Family Members who have a loved one affected by drugs. Ballan Uniting Church (St Paul’s) Enquires Valerie 0412240056
Enquiries - 1300 660 068. Library clients/customers that you
Services 11.15am have
every Sunday.
26/4/18 6-7pm Ballan Government Incentives for Employers looking to take the next step in growing their business Matchworks

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Views Galore & Character Home 14.85 Acres Prepare

yourself for
not reveal the finer brush
Greater decisiveness would
seem to be required for those
looking in many areas of the
state, particularly if a poten-
tial buyer has earmarked a
property close to the state’s
bigger regional cities.
Over the past year, the me-
dian days on market have
195 Camerons Road, Coimadai been slashed for properties
GIL KING in many locations within the
Price:$1,250,000 - $1,310,000 CEO, REIV City of Greater Geelong. In
Waurn Ponds, the median
Escape the hustle and bustle and arrive home to Establishing priority needs, has been slashed from 30-
setting price limits and hav- days to 13-days. Grovedale
this haven where privacy and serenity go hand in ing discussions with lenders and St Albans Park have
ahead of time to organise medians of 17 and 18-days
hand. This grand blue stone built home strikes a
finance will see home buy- respectively.
balance between elegance and character. Situated ers better placed to make the In Baw Baw Shire, Long-
right decision and avoid the warry has a median of 19-
on approx. 14.85 acres of predominantly cleared wrong one. days, down from 41-days in
With the supply of homes April a year ago, and Drouin
land with a little light bush and with amazing
coming on to the market median sale time has short-
view to the Wombat State Forest. still tight, home seekers ened from 35 to 27-days. The
committed to purchasing median in Bacchus Marsh
in a particular area should has fallen from 73-days to
be ready to seize the right 24, while Creswick property
opportunity. sales took a median of 28-
About 5 per cent of homes days, in from 57.
in regional Victoria change There are also now loca-
hands through auction and tions within the City of Bal-
bidders can set themselves larat, Mitchell, Surf Coast,
for a competitive process. Macedon, Mildura, Golden
But with the vast majority of Plains, Bass Coast, and Wan-
properties still sold private- garatta where median days
ly, being ready to act quickly on market are below the
will increase chances of a overall regional median.
successful purchase. There will always be an-
There were 150 locations other opportunity to buy a
in regional Victoria where property that meets needs,
private sales numbered 20 but readiness to make a
or more in the 12-months quick decision might secure
ended 30 April. The median a buyer the home that ticks
days on the market was 43 many preference boxes as
2/137 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh across regional areas, com- well.
Phone: 5367 8128 Mobile: 0418 343 754 pared with 34 in Metro Mel- For more information about
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www.lensmith.com.au glance at this painting does com.au/market-insights.

A Location Worth Considering


231 Bungaree-Wallace Road, Bungaree

Rich in history and without doubt one of Bungaree’s landmark properties. The gorgeous Victorian home (Circa 1908) has
been recently been renovated & extended to now offer an elegant family home in Bungaree. Perfectly blended, this lace
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charm. Offering cottage gardens & fertile soil, this 1/3 acre provides town water, an unequipped bore (with brand new
pump), a biocycle septic system and fabulous heating & cooling options.
Price: $545,000 - $565,000

Agent: Chris Leonard 0409 0409 23

51 Lydiard Street South, Ballarat 3350 www.prdballarat.com.au
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Arbee Real Estate

Rutherford Business Park

Exceptionally Located Warehouse in a gated Business Park
26 Rutherford Court Maddingley
• Three Phase Power
• A collection of versatile workspaces
in a gated development ideal for small
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• Architecturally designed
• Lofty Clear Span Warehouse
• Loading Bays
• Container Height Roller doors
• Wide Road for easy Truck Access
• CCTV Security
• Electronic Security Gates
• On Site Car Parking
• Staff Amenities
Floor Price Gst
Warehouse Size m2 Ex Gst Amount
1 157 $307,000.00 $30,700.00
2 156 $305,000.00 $30,500.00
3 166 $315,000.00 $31,500.00
4 166 $315,000.00 $31,500.00
5 156 $305,000.00 $30,500.00
6 150 $295,000.00 $29,500.00
7 150 $295,000.00 $29,500.00
8 150 $295,000.00 $29,500.00
9 151 $295,000.00 $29,500.00
10 218 $350,000.00 $35,000.00
11 167 $315,000.00 $31,500.00
12 167 $315,000.00 $31,500.00
Contact: 13 170 $320,000.00 $32,000.00
Peter Leonard 0429 671 990 14 171 $320,000.00 $32,000.00
15 186 $330,000.00 $33,000.00

140 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh 5367 2333
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3 1 1 3 1 1

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carpet, light filled bathroom, blackwood timber kitchen with leadlight Outdoor entertaining area & a single garage with roller door.
overhead cupboards, lounge with open fire place.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $390,000-$420,000 FOR SALE $650,000
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FOR SALE 119 Hastings Road, Greendale FOR SALE 9 Hamish Road, Bacchus Marsh
4 2 8 3 2 2

Peaceful Country Living Move In & Enjoy!

Set on 6 acres (approx), fantastic property with plenty of space & Quality built 3 bedroom plus study home on fully landscaped 672m2
charm to enjoy the perfect country lifestyle. 4 bedrooms, master with block between Main St & Darley Shopping Centre. Master bedroom
Ens & WIR, & the other 3 have BIRs, study, generous lounge/dining with ENS & WIR, bedrooms 2 & 3 have BIRs, 2 living areas with
room, kitchen & meals area, rumpus/living room, family bathroom & the formal lounge at the front & the kitchen, meals & family room


laundry. Outside is a spacious pergola, huge 18x7.5 garage, carports, to the rear opening to alfresco area. Ducted heating, evap cooling
multi purpose room, 2 tanks, 2 dams, & kids play area. throughout & a wood heater in the family room.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $699,000-$759,000 FOR SALE $520,000-$550,000
CONTACT Denise Sniegowski 0456 044 024 CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157
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FOR SALE 4 Miles Court, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 5 College Square, Bacchus Marsh
3 2 2 3 2 2
This Is A Rare Opportunity!
Invest In Me!
Finding a block of land to build your dream home on is difficult, but
finding a block this size and in this location is even more difficult. Excellent 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home perfect for first home buyers
Magnificent 900m2 block of land surrounded by tightly held or investors. On approx. 500m2, the home consists of master bedroom
established homes just 1km from the Main Street. In a quiet Court with WIR & Ens, bedrooms 2 & 3 with BIRs, a spacious lounge, kitchen
location, have a look at this block with your builder and imagine the with dishwasher and island bench, meals area, separate family
home you can build to take advantage of this elevated position. bathroom laundry and toilet. Ducted heating & cooling is installed.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $390,000-$410,000 FOR SALE $440,000-$460,000
CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157 CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157
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FOR SALE 14 Witney Court, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 180 Masons Lane, Bacchus Marsh
3 2 2 4 2 4

Opportunity Knocks 5.5 Acres Close To Town

Quiet court location on 650m2 block. 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom, consists Beautiful family home, huge outdoor entertaining area & extensive
of lounge room off entrance hall with gas heater and wall A/C, dining shedding. 4 bedrooms, master with WIR & ens, remaining 3 with BIRs,
room, kitchen with electric cooktop and wall oven and adjoining meals spacious kitchen with island bench & an adjacent meals area & huge
area with wood heater. Master has WIR and ENS, and bedrooms 2 & 3 lounge room. Ducted evap cooling, reverse cycle a/c & wood heater.
have BIRs, the toilet is separate from family bathroom. Double length Outdoor entertaining area joins the house to the 400sqm shedding.
carport, and 6m x 6m brick shed and separate garden shed/workshop.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $375,000 - $395,000 FOR SALE $1,750,000 - $1,850,000
CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157 CONTACT Peter 0429 671 990 Daryl 0409 233 157
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FOR SALE 53 Wittick Street, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 33/96 Gisborne Road, Bacchus Marsh
4 2 2 1 1 1

Spacious Family Residence Ideal Retirement Living Unit!

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CANCER—June 22-July 22
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should be examined before you take
on a new assignment. Creative influences are strong -
use your talents to the maximum. Informal gatherings may
be on the agenda all through the week.

Stars & Puzzles

LEO—July 23-August 22
This is a talkative week. Your verbal skills are out-
standing. If involved in sales, this could be a period of
major accomplishment. Be careful though, not to reveal
confidential information.
VIRGO—August 23-September 22
You can impress higherups with your economy minded
ideas. On a personal level, you lean toward the extrava-
gant. Updating your skills now will have long term
LIBRA—September 23-October 22
Unorthodox methods help you achieve a personal goal
★★★★★★★★ ahead of schedule. Check that sources are reputable be-
fore passing along information, no matter how insignifi-
cant it seems.

ARIES—March 21-April 20 SCORPIO—October 23-November 21

Be alert when dealing with figures of any amount and in Don’t fool yourself into believing a superficial relation-
any context. Communications with your work mates ship is any more than that. Your status is improving in
improves. Generally, you are able to express your opin- your workplace and a bonus or promotion may be in the
ions more eloquently. offering.

TAURUS—April 21-May 22 SAGITTARIUS—November 22-December 22

A conservative friend may shock you with his very un- Stay away from get rich quick schemes and the week
conventional ideas. A chance to make additional money should prove favourable for making money - and for
could open up this week. Be sure you know precisely spending it. Take advantage of a prime opportunity to
what you are stepping into. demonstrate your creative abilities.

GEMINI—May 23-June 21 CAPRICORN—December 23-January 20

You are a little vulnerable this week and you may react Avoid letting political differences lead to a personal rift.
to criticism in a manner that is out of proportion. Travel Your finances may require some reorganizing and long
ideas are bright and can be finalized by the weekend. term planning. A Scoprio or Aries may be stepping into
Correspondence presents more questions than answers. the romantic picture.

CANCER—June 22-July 22 AQUARIUS—January 21-February 19

NO. 9045 A conflict of interest should be examined before you take Your financial goal remains elusive, but only on the
ACROSS DOWN on a new assignment. Creative influences are strong - surface. Conflict with your partner may benefit with a
1. Eastern (8) 2. Meal (5) use your talents to the maximum. Informal gatherings may cooling off period. Careerwise, you excel in public
6. Corruption (4) 3. Drain (7) be on the agenda all through the week. relations and working with people.
8. Reckless (4) 4. Pulls (4) PISCES—February 20-March 20
9. Retreated (8) 5. Educated (8) LEO—July 23-August 22
10. Corpulent (5) 6. Alcoholic drink (5) Your ideas benefit most when someone else promotes
This is a talkative week. Your verbal skills are out- them. A family disagreement should be settled within the
11. Cause (6) 7. Cigar (7) standing. If involved in sales, this could be a period of
13. Carefree (6) 12. Vegetable (8) family. If travelling, check that arrangements are all
major accomplishment. Be careful though, not to reveal confirmed.
15. Fruit (6) 14. Hide (7) confidential information.
17. Bird (6) 16. Roman goddess (7)
19. Joint (5) 18. Mature (5) VIRGO—August 23-September 22 BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK
You are not only strong, you are determined and you are
22. Fabric (8) 20. Flexible (5) You can impress higherups with your economy minded passionate. Your intuition is powerful. A diplomat you
23. List (4) 21. Lazy (4) ideas. On a personal level, you lean toward the extrava- are not. This year accents academic and professional
24. Metal (4) gant. Updating your skills now will have long term expansion. Remember, you are well suited to scientific
25. Adolescent (8) benefits. and financial fields.
CRYPTIC PUZZLE LIBRA—September 23-October 22
ACROSS Unorthodox methods help you achieve a personal goal
1. Signal that means “No Brown Windsor today”? (3,5). ahead of schedule. Check that sources are reputable be-

6. Blow the sartorial frippery! (4). 8. Broke, which is un- fore passing along information, no matter how insignifi-
fortunate (4). 9. Rub out the message (8). 10. Send me cant it seems.
right back with it (5). 11. Cold and exhausted, go to visit
(4,2). 13. The Scotsman returns a time after to take pic- SCORPIO—October 23-November 21
tures (6). 15. Fighting - the flab by taking exercise? (6).
17. Don’t earn your bread and butter, or cake (6). 19. NUMBER GAME
Don’t fool yourself into believing a superficial relation-
ship is any more than that. Your status is improving in
Black bird by the stream (5). 22. Making a show of, be-
fore ten, going to church (8). 23. Assistant to a very good your workplace and a bonus or promotion may be in the
retiring editor (4). 24. Caught the boy getting dressed offering.ANSWER BELOW
(4). 25. The launching of the vessel is the big attraction SAGITTARIUS—November 22-December 22
DOWN Stay away from get rich quick schemes and the week
2. Not being fast, don’t win a round in it (5). 3. The red should prove favourable for making money - and for
roadster rigistered in my name (7). 4. He goes round in spending it. Take advantage of a prime opportunity to
marine circles (4). 5. What you need if you’re sick of demonstrate your creative abilities.
work? (4-4). 6. How sea serpents swim? (5). 7. Lie on
the book shelf (7). 12. Shows about how old the trou- CAPRICORN—December 23-January 20
sers are (8). 14. As usual, in unusually pale clothes (7). Avoid letting political differences lead to a personal rift.
16. Justify the need for a car shelter (7). 18. Famous as Your finances may require some reorganizing and long
having been a cataloguer (5). 20. Instruct the class (5). term planning. A Scoprio or Aries may be stepping into
21. Having finished the bottle, she got a little nasty (4). the romantic picture.
AQUARIUS—January 21-February 19
W-a-RR-ant. 18, Noted. 20, Order. 21, (bott)Le-na(sty).
6, Crawl. 7, Fiction. 12, P-age-ants. 14, Ap-par-el. 16, Your financial goal remains elusive, but only on the
Down - 2, Lo-O-se. 3, Car-mine. 4, Eddy. 5, Rest-cure. surface. Conflict with your partner may benefit with a
t-urn. QUICK SOLUTIONS cooling off period. Careerwise, you excel in public
Across - 1, Vase. 7, Stipulate. 8, Neat. 9, Read. 10,
19, B-rook. 22, Pre-ten-CE. 23, AI-dE. 24, C-lad. 25, Star relations and working with people.
Tote. 11, Meek. 14, Enterprise. 16, Weatherman. 19,
em-it. 11, C-all in. 13, CaM-era. 15, Rowing. 17, Sponge. PISCES—February 20-March 20
King. 22, Clad. 24, Glum. 25, Fair. 26, Interlude. 27, Fete.
Your ideas benefit most when someone else promotes
Across - 1, All clear. 6, Cuff. 8, Poor. 9, Dispatch. 10, R-
Down - 1, Venom. 2, Stale. 3, Attest. 4, Spider. 5, Flat.
them. A family disagreement should be settled within the
6, Statesman. 12, Excellent. 13, Kept. 15, Rank. 17,
Engulf. 18, Mouldy. 20, Irate. 21, Gorse. 23, Deem. family. If travelling, check that arrangements are all
Minerva. 18, Ripen. 20, Lithe. 21, Idle.
Vodka. 7, Cheroot. 12, Beetroot. 14, Leather. 16,
Down - 2, Roast. 3, Exhaust. 4, Tows. 5, Literate. 6,
Across - 1, Cane (Cain). 7, In the re-ar. 8, Lo-th(at). 9,
You are not only strong, you are determined and you are
Halo. 10, Wage. 11, Spas (rev.). 14, Take no part. 16,
passionate. Your intuition is powerful. A diplomat you
19, Ankle. 22, Whipcord. 23, Rota. 24, Iron. 25, Teen-
New recruit. 19, S-on-S. 22, Lead. 24, Un-I-t. 25, Tes-t
are not. This year accents academic and professional
Stout. 11, Reason. 13, Blithe. 15, Tomato. 17, Parrot.
(rev.). 26, Sensation. 27, Ma-I-n.
expansion. Remember, you are well suited to scientific
Across - 1, Oriental. 6, Vice. 8, Rash. 9, Withdrew. 10,
Down - 1, Colts. 2, Net-ta. 3, Unpack. 4, Thrown. 5,
and financial fields.
Drew. 6, Hangers-on. 12, Page-s-even. 13, Stir. 15, Pots
(rev.). 17, Crusty. 18, Unison (anag.). 20, Op-era. 21,
Sat-in. 23, Dash.
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That’s the way we’ll remember you.” 5348 2762 ALL HOURS engagement in relation to the Moorabool Wind Farm (MWF) project
Individual and Personal Goodbyes during the pre-construction and construction phases.
Landscape and Visual Screening Program – Moorabool
Key Responsibilities:
DEATH NOTICE FOR RENT North • Assisting in the running of a shop front in Ballan, including open/
closing, attending to visitors, answering telephone enquiries etc.
Owners of residential dwellings • Awithin
ssist 4km
in the preparation
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North Wind Farm of are
to and
DAVEY, Sue updates
participate in a landscape and visual to theprogram.
screening local community.
8.10.1956 - 22.5.2018 Modern Professional Suite – to rent • Identify communication channels and material to assist in effective
Dearly loved wife of Glenn, mother of Rhys and Huw, with excellent facilities in This highis a requirement of the Moorabool
community Windengagement.
Farm Planning Permit to assist those closest
neighbours in reducing the visual impacts of the project.
loved daughter-in-law of Jack (dec) and Marg Davey; • Identify any gaps in information or highlight common misconceptions
profile area Bacchus Marsh
Sister-in-law of Warne and Kate, Russ and De, Steven All agreed works are undertakenabout by the project and liaise with the project team to remedy those
• Air Conditioning • Telephones
Moorabool etc.North Wind Farm atmatters.
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Sonny, Ned, Olivia, Indianna and Zahli. • Represent the project in face to face meetings with local residents
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See you at the Faraway Tree, Sue. • Coordinate
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CHFL AFL Goldfields Women’s

Football League

Central Highlands Football League

Ladder Results – Round 6
AFL Goldfields Women’s Competition
Results – Round 7 Seniors Ballarat 5.5 (35) def Lake Wendouree 4.9 (33) AFL Goldfields
Seniors Team % PTS Redan 4.5 (29) def East Point 3.5 (23) Women’s Football
Buninyong 21.12 (138) def R’wood/C’hap 6.4 (40) 1 Beaufort....................213.96 24 Gisborne 7.7 (49) def Bacchus Marsh 4.2 (26)
Gordon 17.11 (113) def Skipton 6.8 (44) 2 Newlyn......................209.29 24 League Ladder
Bungaree 12.8 (80) def Creswick 12.6 (78) 3 Learmonth.................208.76 24 BFNL U18 Youth Girls
Daylesford 11.11 (77) def C’ham/Linton 10.9 (69) AFL Goldfields Women’s
4 Waubra...................... 174.33 24 Ararat Storm 6.8 (44) def North Ballarat City 4.2 (26)
Newlyn 16.19 (115) def Clunes 5.7 (37) Team % PTS
5 Buninyong................. 177.68 20
Laker Wendouree 8.14 (62) def Ballarat Swans 0.3 (3) 1 Redan........................624.66 24
Waubra 27.9 (171) def Ballan 4.8 (32) 6 Springbank................ 111.85 20
Creswick 8.8 (56) def Carisbrook 0.1 (1) 2 East Point................. 533.85 20
Hepburn 11.12 (78) def Dunnstown 6.12 (48) 7 Hepburn................... 106.26 20 3 Melton Centrals........208.76 16
Beaufort 20.10 (130) def Springbank 8.13 (61) 8 Gordon......................123.92 16 4 Carisbrook................189.95 16
RDFNL U18 Youth Girls
Reserves 9 Bungaree.................. 118.69 16 5 Gisborne...................169.08 16
Buninyong 21.10 (136) def R’wood/C’hap 3.2 (20) 10 Creswick...................95.60 16 Sunbury Kangaroos 9.9 (63) def Gisborne White 4.6 (30) 6 Ballarat....................... 61.15 16
Skipton 9.6 (60) def Gordon 3.10 (28) 11 Dunnstown ...............72.27 12 Melton Centrals 9.15 (69) def Bacchus Marsh Cobras 0.1 (1) 7 Bacchus Marsh..........75.00 12
Bungaree 10.6 (66) def Creswick 2.7 (19) 12 Skipton..................... 55.79 12 8 Lake Wendouree.........35.51 4
Gisborne Blue 20.14 (134) def Diggers Rest Burras 0.2 (2)
9 Darley............................ 9.17 0
C’ham/Linton 13.8 (86) def Daylesford 8.9 (57) 13 C’ham/Linton...............63.95 8
Clunes 11.6 (72) def Newlyn 11.5 (71) 14 R’wood/C’hap ............48.00 8 AFL Goldfields U15 Youth Girls
BFNL U18 Youth Girls
Ballan 16.10 (106) def Waubra 2.6 (18) 15 Daylesford...................66.48 4 Melton Centrals 2.1 (13) def Lake Wendouree 1.4 (10) 1 Laker Wendouree.....340.91 20
Hepburn 13.4 (82) def Dunnstown 10.10 (70) 16 Clunes . ......................42.62 4 2 North Ballarat City... 278.57 20
East Point Dragons 14.16 (100) def Melton JFNC 0.2 (2)
Beaufort 17.15 (117) def Springbank 3.2 (20) 17 Ballan..........................42.46 0 3 Redan........................231.33 20
Learmonth 16.5 (101) def Smythesdale 8.9 (57) Redan 8.12 (60) def Sunbury Kangaroos 0.0 (0) 4 Ararat Storm ............ 115.79 12
Under 18 Reserves 5 Ballarat Swans...........45.35 12
BFNL U13 Junior Girls 6 Creswick......................44.49 8
Buninyong 16.15 (111) def R’wood/C’hap 2.0 (12) 1 Beaufort....................428.57 28
Redan 7.10 (52) def East Point Dragons 1.0 (6) 7 Carisbrook...................10.88 4
Gordon 11.7 (73) def Skipton 3.5 (23) 2 Learmonth.................320.33 28
Creswick 12.9 (81) def Bungaree 4.9 (33) 3 Buninyong.................359.78 24 Carisbrook 4.5 (29) def Ballarat Storm 1.4 (10) RDFNL U18 Youth Girls
C’ham/Linton 22.14 (146) def Daylesford 0.1 (1) 4 Creswick...................128.47 20 1 Sunbury Kangaroos.702.22 24
Newlyn 17.17 (119) def Clunes 3.1 (19) 5 Bungaree.................. 127.02 16 RDFNL U13 Junior Girls 2 Melton Centrals........376.56 24
Waubra 9.17 (71) def Ballan 6.7 (43) 6 Ballan........................105.68 16 Melton Centrals 1.1 (7) def Gisborne White 0.0 (0) 3 Gisborne Blue...........295.24 16
Hepburn 20.13 (133) def Dunnstown 0.1 (1) 7 Smythesdale . ........... 97.46 16 4 Gisborne White.........227.50 12
5 Darley Devils.............196.04 12
Springbank 9.16 (70) def Beaufort 6.5 (41) 8 R’wood/C’hap............90.23 16 AFL Goldfields Women’s Football 6 Diggers Rest Burras..... 7.30 4
Learmonth 19.16 (130) def Smythesdale 0.2 (2) 9 Hepburn.....................89.84 16
7 Bacchus Marsh Cobras.6.53 4
Under 15 10 C’ham/Linton.............74.23 16 League Top Goal Kickers
Buninyong 6.9 (45) def R’wood/C’hap 2.3 (15) 11 Dunnstown...............100.54 12 AFL Goldfields Women’s Competition AFL Goldfields U15 Youth Girls
Skipton 7.6 (48) def Gordon 4.2 (26) 12 Clunes.......................69.98 12 Madalyn Clarke Bacchus Marsh....................... 13 1 Melton Centrals....... 418.00 20
Bungaree 10.8 (68) def Creswick 7.4 (46) 13 Skipton......................60.52 12 2 Redan........................313.86 20
BFNL U18 Youth Girls
Daylesford 13.20 (98) def C’ham/Linton 4.2 (26) 14 Waubra ......................61.44 8 3 Lake Wendouree.....1772.00 16
Jorja Hammond North Ballarat.......................... 9
Newlyn 6.14 (50) def Clunes 3.0 (18) 15 Newlyn........................99.47 4 4 East Point Dragons.. 174.68 12
RDFNL U18 Youth Girls 5 Sunbury Kangaroos....33.24 4
Waubra 16.13 (109) def Ballan 0.0 (0) 16 Gordon........................53.47 4
Watts Ruby Gisborne.................................... 9 6 Melton JFNC................. 4.15 0
Hepburn 14.8 (92) def Dunnstown 1.5 (11) 17 Daylesford...................42.21 4
Holly Van Meel Darley........................................ 5
Beaufort 4.9 (33) def Springbank 3.7 (25) 18 Springbank.................. 41.37 0
Imogen Goullet Darley........................................ 5 BFNL U13 Junior Girls
Learmonth 7.9 (51) def Smythesdale 5.3 (33) 1 Redan.......................1623.81 24
Under 18 AFL Goldfields U15 Youth Girls 2 North Ballarat...........1091.30 24
Central Highlands Netball League Amiilea Ross Lake Wendouree.................... 15
Central Highlands Netball League 1 Springbank................554.61 28
BFNL U13 Junior Girls
3 East Point Dragons.... 82.10 16
4 Ballarat Swans............. 83.74 8
Results – Round 7 2 Learmonth................ 535.38 28
Results – Round 7 Bindi Crabtree Redan....................................... 13 5 Lakers..........................35.56 8
3 Hepburn....................680.62 24
Club 13&U 15&U 17&U C B A 6 Carisbrook...................23.96 8
4 Buninyong.................263.16 24 RDFNL U13 Junior Girls
Waubra 4 13 16 29 36 56 7 Ballarat Storm...............9.54 4
Ballan 19 19 31 30 26 39 5 Newlyn......................195.96 24 Phoebe Prout Gisborne.................................. 15
Springbank 30 40 24 51 51 55 6 Gordon......................122.00 20 Tamara Henry Bacchus Marsh........................11 RDFNL U13 Junior Girls
Beaufort 14 12 30 22 27 35 7 C’ham/Linton.............185.61 16 Maddie Scott Darley........................................ 9 1 Bacchus Marsh.........763.64 20
Creswick 15 10 16 20 26 44 8 Creswick................... 181.37 16 Chloe Gibson Bacchus Marsh......................... 6 2 Gisborne White.........510.00 16
Bungaree 8 37 41 59 49 60 Tahlia Tschujasehenko Darley........................................ 4
9 Beaufort....................153.46 16 3 Melton Centrals......... 27.53 16
Carngham 31 21 31 34 50 45
10 Waubra..................... 120.14 12 Janai Hayes Bacchus Marsh......................... 3 4 Darley Devils ...........223.81 12
Daylesford 4 37 26 29 28 20
Hepburn 27 37 43 40 43 44 11 Skipton......................64.50 12 Emma Stewart Bacchus Marsh......................... 3 5 Melton JFNC.................3.59 4
Dunnstown 26 23 14 22 38 63 12 Dunnstown................42.39 12
Skipton 16 21 18 30 22 10
13 R’wood/C’hap.............66.00 8
AFL Goldfields Womens - Photo Tim Saultry
Gordon 11 10 28 43 25 60
Smythesdale 24 16 9 8 4 8 14 Bungaree....................65.65 8
Learmonth 23 37 58 55 93 114 15 Clunes.........................29.58 4
Clunes 25 12 18 29 32 37 16 Smythesdale...............21.27 0
Newlyn 11 22 26 38 37 31
17 Ballan.......................... 17.92 0
Rokewood 2 - 6 29 14 42
Buninyong 43 - 40 35 30 57 18 Daylesford....................6.72 0

Under 15
CHFL Top Goal Kickers 1 Skipton......................782.56 28
Seniors 2 Springbank................639.80 24
Luke Mirtschin Bungaree................................. 24 3 Gordon......................523.62 24
Reserves 4 Bungaree..................251.40 22
Rodney Watts Ballan...................................... 26 5 Buninyong.................215.38 20
Connor Ronan Dunnstown..............................14 6 Daylesford.................108.42 20
7 Beaufort.................... 197.09 18
Under 18s
8 Creswick...................190.98 16
James Spicer Springbank............................. 52
9 Smythesdale............. 167.87 16
Lucas Blazko Gordon..................................... 15
10 Learmonth..................74.15 16
Nicholas Spratling Bungaree..................................14 11 R’wood/C’hap..........138.96 12
Under 15s 12 Newlyn...................... 51.80 12
Connor Parkin Springbank............................. 52 13 Hepburn...................... 57.67 8
Daniel Pascoe Gordon..................................... 28 14 Waubra........................49.67 8
Lachlan Reynolds Gordon......................................18 15 C’ham/Linton............... 46.12 4
Tobey Jeffrey Bungaree................................. 15 16 Dunnstown..................38.90 4
17 Clunes.......................... 7.92 0
Max Filmer Bungaree................................. 13
18 Ballan...........................0.63 0
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Cobras hold nerve to win Ballarat Football League

Results – Round 5
By Todd Whelan to take the game away from the Cobras. Seniors
Owen not only blanketed his opponent but Darley 18.16 (124) def Redan 10.7 (67)
BACCHUS MARSH coach Travis Hodgson provided much needed support to his fellow
Bacchus Marsh 18.15 (123) def East Point 16.10 (106)
said he was pleased rather than relieved defenders, leading from the front in another
Melton 16.13 (109) def Ballarat 6.11 (47) Seniors
as his team was able to withstand a final influential performance. The prized recruit
quarter comeback from East Point to hang on was also nursing the recovery of a broken North Ballarat City 16.13 (109) def Melton South 9.6 (60) Team % PTS
and win by 17-points. nose sustained in the Melton South win just Sebastopol 14.14 (98) def Lake Wendouree 6.6 (42) 1 Sunbury.................... 175.13 20
2 Bacchus Marsh.........145.28 16
The Cobras led all day and by as much as a fortnight ago. Reserves
3 North Ballarat City.... 131.38 16
26-points at the final change before the In more encouraging news for the Cobras, Darley 19.21 (135) def Redan 1.4 (10) 4 East Point..................129.01 16
Kangaroos hit the front half way through premiership player Logan Blundell made East Point 10.6 (66) def Bacchus Marsh 4.11 (35) 5 Melton....................... 136.12 12
the last quarter and threw an almighty scare a successful return for his first game at Melton 9.15 (69) def Ballarat 7.7 (49) 6 Darley........................ 114.38 12
through the camp. senior level this season. Blundell returned Melton South 10.13 (73) def North Ballarat City 5.6 (36) 7 Lake Wendouree.......88.62 12
Travelling to East Point had proven a living via the reserves last week after a shoulder 8 Sebastopol...................78.31 8
Under 18.5s
nightmare for the Cobras who hadn’t won at injury had kept him on the sidelines for the 9 Melton South................68.80 4
opening rounds. Redan 9.15 (69) def Darley 6.4 (40) 10 Ballarat........................55.46 4
Eastern Oval since the early 2000s.
While Hodgson sang the praises of King, East Point 9.12 (66) def Bacchus Marsh 6.5 (41) 11 Redan...........................57.14 0
The win elevates the Marsh to second place
on the BFNL ladder behind the undefeated Owen and Blundell especially, ruckman Ballarat 11.8 (74) def Melton 5.3 (33) Reserves
Daniel Burton continued his run of good North Ballarat City 23.12 (150) def Melton South 0.5 (5) 1 East Point..................277.46 20
form allowing Scott Sherlock and Jacob 2 Darley........................242.95 16
Hodgson made changes after their round Ballarat Football/Netball League 3 Melton South.............120.35 12
four win against Melton South. And didn’t Chisari to benefit from the feed. Ballarat Netball League 4 Bacchus Marsh......... 112.62 12
they deliver. Bacchus Marsh are at home to Ballarat Results – Round 5
Results – Round 5 5 Sunbury.....................93.87 12
Young gun Harrison King was brought this Saturday in Apple 98.5FMs Match of 6 Lake Wendouree.......80.20 12
Club A B C D 19&U E
in after a stint at Werribee with immediate the Round - LIVE Broadcast from 2pm at 7 Melton..........................75.22 8
Darley 27 25 29 27 34 -
impact. The big bodied mid starred in his Maddingley Park. Redan 61 52 42 25 41 - 8 Sebastopol...................64.03 8
return game and was clearly the best man on BACCHUS MARSH 6.2-38 11.4-70 15.8- East Point 53 56 29 22 21 15 9 Redan...........................60.53 8
the ground. 98 18.15-123 def EAST POINT 3.3-21 8.7-55 Bacchus Marsh 45 25 37 35 18 21 10 Ballarat........................ 81.37 4
Melton 36 27 27 62 30 - 11 North Ballarat City......59.59 4
Jake Owen showed his flexibility and was 11.10-76 16.10-106 Ballarat 49 63 44 14 37 -
BACCHUS MARSH (GOALS) Willitts 5, D. Under 18.5s
sent down back early in the second term to Nth Ballarat City 53 49 24 28 24 -
Phyland 3, King 3, Speight 2, Bishop 2, M. 1 Lake Wendouree..... 290.62 20
counter the influence of former Essendon Melton South 44 43 25 41 43 -
2 Sunbury....................164.97 20
VFL player Joel Attavi who was looking Chisari, R. Stuhldrier, H. Coulton Lake Wendouree
Ballarat 48 League
Football/Netball 39 42 49 64 13
Sebastopol 41 32 10 16 10 27 3 East Point ................138.33 20
dangerous. Attavi’s strength and size was BACCHUS MARSH (BEST) King, Burton, Junior Results – Round 6 4 North Ballarat City.....411.76 16
posing obvious concerns that threatened Owen, Blundell, Sherlock, J. Chisari. Junior Results – Round 6
5 Ballarat.......................83.87 12
Club 17&U 17&U 15&U 15&U 13&U 13&U
Snrs Res Snrs Res Snr Res
6 Darley...........................95.58 8
Bacchus Marsh v East Point Nth Ballarat City
Bacchus Marsh
7 Bacchus Marsh............52.84 8
8 Melton.........................101.82 4
Photo Tim Saultry East Point Jnrs 10 18 25 12 12 15 9 Redan...........................57.88 4
Sebastopol 16 6 21 22 23 5 10 Melton South................21.11 4
Mt Clear 30 24 6 9 12 10
Ballarat 28 22 41 40 27 14 11 Sebastopol...................0.00 0
Redan 25 21 14 16 26 3 U16.5 Seniors
Lake Wendouree 48 25 36 34 19 12 1 East Point................. 300.00 24
Ballarat Storm Jnr 35 11 3 2 North Ballarat............184.78 16
Darley 7 23 14
3 Lake Wendouree......153.21 16
4 Redan........................129.37 16
BFL Top Goal Kickers 5 Mount Clear.................82.23 8
6 Ballarat.........................79.25 8
Seniors 7 Darley...........................39.75 4
Aaron Willitts Bacchus Marsh........................19 8 Bacchus Marsh............29.26 4
Brian Graham Darley...................................... 12 U16.5 Reserves
Benjamin Speight Bacchus Marsh........................11 1 Ballarat......................252.66 24
Reserves 2 Bacchus Marsh.........184.29 20
Ethan Tibbles Bacchus Marsh....................... 15 3 Redan........................164.96 16
Aaron Speak Darley........................................ 9 4 Mount Clear..............129.93 16
Jake Edwards Darley........................................ 7 5 Lake Wendouree......134.22 12
Khyle Forde Darley........................................ 5 6 East Point .................82.06 12
U18.5s 7 North Ballarat...............82.41 8
Jack Tuohy Lake Wendouree.................... 13 8 Sebastopol...................79.00 8
Connor Ascough Darley........................................ 9 9 Darley............................8.62 4
Rylan Porter Bacchus Marsh......................... 8 U14 Seniors
Joel Cadman Darley........................................ 7 1 North Ballarat............714.67 22
U16.5 Seniors 2 East Point..................659.14 22
Luke Cullen East Point.................................16 3 Mount Clear.............. 311.97 20
U16.5 Reserves 4 Redan.........................86.38 12
5 Lake Wendouree.......53.56 12
Darcy Emonson East Point..................................11
6 Bacchus Marsh..........45.59 12
Spencer Jenks Bacchus Marsh........................10
7 Darley...........................32.87 8
U14 Seniors 8 Sebastopol...................14.02 8
James Clark East Point................................ 23 9 Ballarat . ......................14.85 4
U14 Reserves U14 Reserves
Jordan Kroussoratis Redan........................................16 1 North Ballarat............592.75 24
Braith Stainton Bacchus Marsh......................... 5 2 Mount Clear............. 269.23 20
Aidyn Bartolo Darley........................................ 5 3 Lake Wendouree......135.20 16
U12 Seniors 4 Redan........................123.73 16
Jarrod Joyce Mount Clear............................14 5 Sebastopol.................58.30 12
Jayven Tanner Darley....................................... 9 6 East Point...................92.56 10
Cody Salmon Bacchus Marsh......................... 6 7 Bacchus Marsh............58.33 8
Max Hoey Darley........................................ 5 8 Darley........................... 27.81 8
Samuel Lalor Bacchus Marsh......................... 5 9 Ballarat.........................35.47 6
U12 Reserves U12 Seniors
Cooper Glenwright Ballarat....................................... 9 1 Mount Clear..............291.46 24
2 North Ballarat............ 212.41 20
Ballan Golf Club 3 East Point..................173.68 16
4 Darley........................168.42 16
Results – Week ending Saturday 26 May 5 Bacchus Marsh..........83.49 12
6 Redan..........................61.15 12
Wednesday - Stableford, Men’s & Ladies.
7 Ballarat........................103.82 8
Winner Barry Sims (11) 35 points, R/up John Costello (19) 30 8 Lake Wendouree.........50.78 8
points on c/b from Chris Tudor (11). 9 Sebastopol...................23.21 4
Magpie - 14th Chris Tudor. U12 Reserves
NTP - 15th Les Martin. 1 North Ballarat............623.91 24
2 Ballarat..................... 306.85 20
Saturday Stroke – 1st Round Fairbairn Cup.  3 Darley........................ 279.17 20
A Grade - Winner on the day Kev Lockman 74-13-61, 4 Sebastopol................234.07 16
R/up Bob Arklay 71-8-63 on c/b from Don Wickson. 5 Redan........................231.33 12
B Grade - Winner Brian Cran 85-23-62, 6 East Point..................... 71.43 8
R/up Greg McAloon 88-24-64. 7 Lake Wendouree.........66.46 8
8 Bacchus Marsh............30.73 8
NTPs - 2nd Peter Di Fiore, 12th John Costello, 15th Bob Arklay. 9 Mount Clear.................50.00 4
Magpies - 14th John Costello, 18th Bob Arklay. 10 Ballarat Storm..............2.95 0
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News from
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Darley v Redan – Round 5

SENIORS A GRADE: Redan 61 d Darley 27 BEST:
A dominant Darley convincingly beat Giaini, Beckerley. GOALS: C Barnes 15,
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held the opposition to 7 scoring shots. This hard
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Bewley 1, Robson 1. been since Round 1.
Darley 2.4, 3.7, 4.14, 5.15 (45) d Lake Wendouree 1.0, 1.0, a2.1,
BEST:1 goal
GOALS: Graham,
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Leaders: 13 Graham, 10 Page, 4 Baker, Robson, Spiteri BEST: Edwards, Field, Greig,
5 Reid, 4 Graham, 3 Kennedy, 2 L. Fairweather, Douglas-Bentley, Ascough
RESERVES 1 Hansen.
Leaders: 17 Graham, 10 Page, 8
The great Devils Ressies are quietly going about their business with win and have claimed 2 spot on
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Devils too strong for Redan

one opening term by the (forward 50) entries. They kicked goals in every game Bewley, a son of club stal- Headaches loom at the se-
Devils set up the win as they simply made better deci- this year could well have wart Ross gave us a glimpse lection table for Scotland
took a 44-point lead at the sions with their ball use. finished with a bag of ten of what’s to come with a in the coming weeks as the
first change. The Darley midfield were (goals) given his six behinds. courageous ‘run with the Devils return to full strength
Ruckman Dylan Reid was prepared to chip it around, Three of those misses were flight’ grab midway through runs its course.
superb all day giving his slow it down when needed comfortable set shots by his the second term. He then,
The Devils are on the road
‘crumbers’ first use. Through and maintain possession. standards inside 40 metres. with calm and poise slotted
this Saturday for a round six
the roof clearance numbers Low risk entries resulted in a So, he’s human after all. the conversion from 40m
spike of marks inside 50 that as if it were his 50th game. meeting set with last round
were largely responsible in Darley coach Heath Scot-
had an immediate impact on Team mates swarmed on the winners Sebastopol. Bacchus
aiding Darley to (clearly) land was industrious yet
the scoreboard. again at the selection table youngster who’ll remember Marsh are at home to Bal-
their highest possession
winning game for the year. Swingman Mark Hansen (2 making four changes from his ‘mark of the day’ and larat in this week’s APPLE
Reid’s dominance in the goals) led up, marked well their round four win over first goal for years to come. 98.5FM Match of the round.
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by Todd Whelan Leigh Spiteri, Luther Baker, in and out of the space when ster Jessie Pattison and re- Joel Cadman (two goals) in 14.12-96 18.16-124 def
Matthew Young and La- required had a telling influ- bounder Jordan Spiteri were just his second game looked REDAN 1.1-7 5.3-33 5.3-
REIGNING premiers Dar- chlan Herring to accumulate ence on Darley’s forward all left out of the side. Goal right at home. His size, mark- 33 10.7-67
ley have regained their at will and to their credit, efficiency. sneak Harley Inglis returned up ability and foot skills pro-
position inside the top six they didn’t waste the footy. Brian Graham (seven goals) from injury while Tate Stone vide an X-factor with enough
ham 7, Herring 2, J. Cadman
on the BFNL ladder after Ball movement forward was the beneficiary of this and Lachlan Herring were upside that should hold up.
refreshing space. The star rewarded for their impres- Mitch Ward had his best 2, Kennedy 2, Hansen 2, Car-
was a positive for the Dev-
a resounding 57-point win rick, Bewley, Robson.
ils, in stark contrast to their midfielder rested forward sive reserve grade form and game in his short four game
over the winless Redan last opening four rounds when and was simply too good for Under 18 up-and-comer Jack career while Andrew Az- DARLEY (BEST):- Graham,
Saturday. they looked rushed at times any match-up Redan sent Bewley was promoted for zorpardi continues to play Kennedy, Spiteri, Reid,
A blistering eight goals to and often clumsy with their his way. Graham, who has his debut game. his role. Leonard, J. Cadman

BOMBSHELL: KEY DEVIL CALLS IT QUITS Darley v Redan Photos Tim Saultry
By Todd Whelan mobile forward played three Final win against North
games this season, kicked a Ballarat. His two-goal return
Premiership winning goal in each game and was wasn’t a true reflection on
Darley forward Ryan Closter building nicely as his touch his forward prowess. It
has officially retired. and fitness progressed with would be his nine shots on
The 32-year old informed game time. goal (seven behinds) and
the Club of his intentions In what has been a huge blow multiple score involvements
late last week much to the for the Club, they respect the that would tell the story. His
disappointment of the wider decision and remain positive inaccuracy in front of the
Darley faithful. moving forward. With sticks probably cost him the
Closter’s importance to the Closter’s retirement comes Best on Ground Medal.
side was considered pivotal opportunity for the next
Closter played 147 senior
to the Devils flag defence Devil that lay in waiting. Big
shoes to fill I know, but with games (24 games at Darley)
in season 2018. In a recent
the young talent currently on at five different clubs and
pre-game radio interview
I was keen to suggest show and the senior players kicked 266 goals (27 goals for
to Darley Coach Heath awaiting return, there may Darley) in a career spanning
Scotland that Closter wasn’t just be a perfect fit. over 12 seasons.
far off breaking a game Darley fans would fondly Work commitments, the
wide open, unbeknown remember Closter’s aerial risk of injury and a young
that it was more likely he domination in their 2015 family have been the catalyst
would not play again. The drought breaking Grand behind his decision.

Darley Junior Football Netball Club

Results – Round 6 v Ballarat Storm

U/10 Seniors NETBALL
Darley 4-5-29 def Ballarat Storm 2-4-16 U/11 Seniors
Goals – Brodie King, Roland De Courcy,
Darley 17 def Ballarat Storm 3
Declan Johansen, Darcy Dannatt
Goals – Mia Hayes 8, Phoebe Vaughan 6,
Awards – Brodie King, Tyla Green, Roland
Amber Milner 2, Emma Presnell 1
De Courcy, Oliver De Courcy, Darcy Dannatt
Awards – Mia Hayes (BOC), Phoebe
U/10 Reserves
Vaughan, Emma Presnell, Jasmine Matthews
Darley 2-3-15 lost Ballarat Storm 7-8-50
U/11 Reserves
Goals – Will Baselmans 2
Darley 11 def Ballarat Storm 4
Awards – Trent Younger, Linc Giles, Joey
Ford, Cooper Davies, Harvey Hoey Goals – Ryley Benbow 5, Abbey Vallence 4,
Jayda Davidson 1, Tahlia Scicchitano 1
U/10 Development
Awards – Shanayd Spence (BOC), Reese
Awards – Jack Coy, Vanesh Goel, Lucy
Perry, Imogen Iredale
Woolfe, Neal Salmon
U/13 Seniors
U/12 Reserves
Darley 23 def Ballarat Storm 11
Darley 11-6-72 def Ballarat Storm 0-0-0
Goals – Jake Ive 4, Ayden Champness 2, Goals – Bridie Shanahan 11, Jessica Hodge 8,
Daniel Baird 1, Harrison Benbow, Lucas Ella Closter 4
Closter, Jack Lewin, Rhys Younger Awards – Bridie Shanahan (BOC), Tahla
Awards – Jake Ive, Bayless Mifsud, Harrison Ward, Ava Densley, Ava Krajina
Benbow, Lachlan Kaye, Jye Kettle, Cameron U/13 Reserves
Gallagher, Jesse Saw Darley 14 def Ballarat Storm 3
U/16.5 Seniors Goals – Charlotte Drevensek 7, Maddie Vella
Darley 4-5-29 lost East Point 13-14-92 5, Ella Closter 2
Goals – Bailey Young 3, Josh Arnold 1 Awards – Emma Shaw (BOC), Ruby Gellie,
U13 Girls Football Maddy Richardon, Sienna Dugan
Darley 0-4-4 lost Bacchus Marsh 5-7-37 U/15 Reserves
Awards – Maddie Scott, Ruby Gellie, Franker Darley 7 lost Ballarat Storm 35
Fuller, Jaclyn Moloney Goals – Edyn Thomas 6, Isabella Di Mieri 1
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AFL Goldfields Womens Football - Photos Tim Saultry

Photo caption– Under 9 & 10s are off and racing. Photo - Submitted

Bacchus Marsh Little Athletics

The Cross Country Open The Under 9 & 10 athletes but was pushed right to
Day was held on Saturday completed the 1500 metre the line by Elise Cook (BM)
at Bullengarook Reserve. course with Nicholas Ide who dominated for the girls.
Athletes from Altona, Bac- (BM) claiming line honours, Lana Hughes (Kyneton) and
chus Marsh, Coburg, Gis- then Oliver Carr (BM) 2nd Danielle Ide (BM) were 2nd
borne, Kyneton, Melton and Isaac Tumbri (Coburg) and 3rd while Nate Sadhai
City, Seaford and Werribee 3rd. Harli Lennon (Seaford) (BM) was 2nd in the boys
Centres participated, with made the long trip to Bullen- division.
medals presented to the first garook well worth it, with The Open Age athletes
three placegetters in each a strong run to the take the contested the 3000 metre
age group and certificates win; Sarah Burton (Melton) distance with Under 13 ath-
awarded to all participants. and Ava Cook (BM) finished lete Jack Flanagan (BM) run-
The Under 7 athletes con- in 2nd and 3rd place. Wil- ning the fastest time in 11.36
tested the 1000 metre course liam Flanagan (BM) claimed minutes, closely followed by
with Toby Beattie (Altona) victory in the Under 10s Mitchell Fitzpatrick (Gis),
a clear winner for the Boys, race with Taj Susnjara (Gis) also Under 13, running 11.37
while only three seconds crossing the line to claim the mins. Tamara Henry Under
separated Matthew Downey silver medal and Oskar Kuc- 13, Bridget Henthorn Under
(Gisborne) and Taylan Tow- era (BM) taking the bronze. 14, Kirsty Bresnan Under
ers (Gisborne) for 2nd and Mackenzie Estlick (BM) 15 and Keely Rich Under 16
3rd respectively. Myah dominated the girls race were all winners represent-
Estlick (Bacchus Marsh) with Anna Seymour (BM) in ing their Centre, Bacchus
finished in 1st place for the 2nd place. Marsh.
girls with Hannah Tum- Mitchell Wells cruised One of the highlights of
bri (Coburg) in 2nd place. home for a convincing win the day was watching the
The Under 8 athletes also in the Under 11 2000m event parents race, with the men
competed over the 1000m while Bacchus Marsh ath- running over the 3000 metre
course, and in the closest letes Noah Noorman and distance and the ladies over
race for the day, Jameson Ymir Travisson Heafield the shorter 1500m course.
Chuck (Gis) pipped team were the next to cross the Gordon Shaw (Gis) was a
mate Robert Van Emmerick finish line. Freya Lidgett- clear winner in the men’s
(Gisb) for the gold medal, Egan (BM) was a narrow event while Beck Beattie
with Deegan Doyle (BM) winner over Sierrah Chuck (Altona) just snuck home to
claiming bronze. Bacchus (Gis) while Tyrah Doyle fin- claim the ladies event.
Marsh athletes Aisha Lidg- ished on the podium to win Next week the Centre’s
ett-Egan, Matilda Flanagan, a bronze medal. Cross Country meet will be
Imogen Lidgett-Egan were Over 2000 metres, Ben Van held at Myrniong Recrea-
the top three placegetters in Emmerik (Gis) was first tion Reserve commencing at
the girls division. home for the Under 12 boys 10.30am.

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