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Tuesday 5 June, 2018 Serving Ballan and district since 1872 Phone 5368 1966 Vol 12 No 22

Never a close
By Carol Saffer

He may be the ‘Scruffy Fella’ but it has won a Moorabool

local a prize.
Ballan small business owner hirsute Nigel Bullamore took
out first prize in the full beard category at the third Ballarat
Beard and Stache Competition.
The annual event founded in 2016, organised by the
Ballarat Beard and Moustache Union in conjunction with
Ballarat Heritage Weekend, celebrating all forms of facial
hair was held at Hop Temple in Ballarat.
As the winner, Mr Bullamore, 42, will have his name
engraved on the perpetual metal beard trophy hand-
crafted by the Sovereign Hill blacksmith.
Fascinated with moustaches and beards since a kid, Nigel
began his furry faced phase as soon as his own fuzz and
stubble started growing. He has not been clean-shaven
As a first-time entrant Mr Bullamore, who faced a strong
competition of around 50 bearded contestants, says he was
“surprised, chuffed and humbled” when he was announced
as the winner.
“I didn’t think I had a chance in hell as there were some
epic beards in the competition,” he said.
Mr Bullamore’s beard took four years to grow to its current
length. Before the event he had a “blow dry to stop if from
going boofy.”
Valiant Barbers’ owner Jonathan Cannizaro trims Mr
Bullamore’s beard tidying the split ends, two to three times
a year at his Heidelberg salon. He takes about an hour to
give him a haircut and beard trim.
“He has the biggest beard I have ever cut in my life,” says
Mr Cannizaro.
Mr Bullamore says grooming his full beard is a necessity
between visits to the barber shop. In August 2017 he and his
partner took a start-up leap of faith launching Scruffy Fella,
a brand of men’s grooming products and accessories.
In March this year Scruffy Fella took a pop-up shop to the
Ballan Autumn Festival.
Mr Bullamore said response at the festival and the Ballan
Farmers’ Market has been positive.
Now that’s a beard! – Nigel Bullamore shows off his award winning, and well groomed beard, hardly a Scruffy Fella! “Many of our male customers tell us ‘thank goodness there
Photo – Helen Tatchell is something here I can look at.’”

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Weeding out
By Carol Saffer

The Blackwood and Barry’s Reef

Landcare Group’s focus is weed control
and eradication.
The group is holding a community
weeding day on Sunday 17 June at
10am. They are calling for help to tackle
the broom and gorse bushes on Cann
Street Blackwood.
President of the Landcare Group
Catherine Moser says the group started
less than a year ago with a core of 3-6
regular members.
This is the second weeding day since
the founding of the group. Ms Moser

hopes some of the community will be
interested in lending a hand pulling
out the weeds.
Ms Moser says at this stage with the
THURSDAY 14th of June 2018
ground being soft, pulling the weeds
by hand is a better environmental For 2019 prospective families to come
approach than cutting and pasting
along with their child to see our kinder,
with pesticides
and meet the Educators
“We are starting small scale, weeding
the streets near where we live. We do 4 year old kindergarten application forms will be
what we can with the members we available & Applications to enrol for 2019 Activity
have,” says Ms Moser. Group will be accepted at our Open Day
Some of the members are still learning
Thursday 14th of June 2018
to identify noxious weeds and the best
way to approach weed control in the
1.00pm – 3.00pm
township. 88 Simpson Street, Ballan 3342
“Our focus has been one of creating Telephone 5368 1228
awareness of the group within the local or email ballan.kin@kindergarten.vic.gov.au
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The group has not yet ventured into
Children must be 4 years old by 30th April 2019 for
the surrounding Wombat State Forest.
As the group grows it will work on long kindergarten or 3 years old by 30th April 2019 for
term strategies to expand the reach of Activity Group.
its programs.
Peter Donnelly was promoting the Blackwood and Barry’s Reef Landcare and
The Australian government classifies weeding day at the Blackwood pub 150th anniversary. Photo – Helen Tatchell
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Pollie gives a crap

By Carol Saffer

What sort of present do

you take to a 150th birthday
State Member for Macedon
Mary-Anne Thomas took
$500,000 to the residents
of Blackwood, using the
sesquicentennial anniver-
sary as a platform for her
“On behalf of the Minister
for Water Lisa Neville I am
announcing today (19 May)
a further $500,000 for the
Blackwood Localised Septic
Program project.
“This money is going to en-
able the further rectification
of an additional 43 dodgy
septics in town. We know Moorabool Mayor Cr Paul Tatchell, Mary-Anne Thomas and Federal Member for Ballarat Catherine
that with the investment King, get driven to the celebrations by Cobb & Co coach. Photos – Helen Tatchell Blackwood Hotel publican Darren Lynch.
we’ve made in your waste
water management, that’s ranging from cracked lids to about with it and didn’t get and this additional funding come boost to a project that - Australia’s first co-located
given new life to Black- major failures in 24 per cent anywhere – they came on will allow us to upgrade has “helped bring the town Community Fire Refuge
wood,” Ms Thomas told the of Blackwood’s septic tanks. the scene and took on five more properties requiring (including vulnerable build- and Country Fire Author-
100 strong crowd. In late 2015, then Victorian water boards and a couple of attention.” ings of historic importance) ity (CFA) fire station opened
Mayor of Moorabool Shire Minister for Environment, cranky councillors and next The Blackwood Localised back from the brink.” in the town in January
Councillor Paul Tatchell Climate Change and Wa- thing you know we have the Septic Program governance “Upgrading old and failing 2014. The $1.4 million facil-
(also at the birthday celebra- ter, Lisa Neville announced problem solved,” he said. committee, comprised of septics under the project has ity was funded by the state
tions) said Blackwood resi- $2.6million in funding to Ms Thomas said planning Moorabool Shire Council, improved our homes and in-
dents and the Council knew upgrade faulty septic tanks would be undertaken later local water authorities and creased their values as well
there was trouble with the in Blackwood. this year to develop a strat- State Government agencies, as, most importantly, helped - Federal government fund-
sewerage systems. Cr Tatchell thanked Mary- egy for how the additional will play a key role in the de- protect our river’s health.” ing from the $20 million
An audit of septic tanks in Anne Thomas and Lisa funding will be used. velopment of the plan. The Blackwood commu- Mobile Blackspot Project
the Blackwood area, con- Neville for their “dogged “Blackwood deserves to be Blackwood Action Group nity has benefitted from key enabled the construction of
ducted by Moorabool Shire efforts.” supported by reliable, up- member Brendan Hehir projects over recent years a Telstra tower in Blackwood
Council, identified faults “For 20-years we fiddled to-date septic tank systems said this $500,000 is a wel- including: in early 2016.

friendly Is your organisation

Enrich your community and

empower the more than 413,000
people living with dementia
in Australia by becoming a
dementia-friendly organisation.

Dementia Australia will present a At the end of the workshop, participants will:
Dementia to support willthe needsaof
present our
workshop to• support
Have anthe needs of our community
understanding in becoming
of dementia, its signs and symptoms
community in becoming dementia friendly.
dementia friendly. Anyone interested can come • Understand
along. what makes an organisation and community dementia friendly
Anyone interested can come along. • Reflect on what changes they can make in their own community, workplace
Tuesday or practice in order to become more dementia friendly.
Tuesday 19 19
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Dear Editor, At Council’s budget meetings in May 2017

No street trees planted in 35 years. Councillors promoted that a component of
Moorabool Shire Council have been the allocated street tree budget should be
promoting that they’ve been underway with used in Gordon in 2017/18. Now we are at
spending $100K on street trees and parkland the end of the financial year and not one tree
trees in the Shire. planted, let alone any Main Street upgrades.
The town of Gordon, that is the third largest We encourage Council to actually deliver in
settlement in the Shire, has not had one tree 2018/19.
planted. In terms of street trees, no tree has Scott Graham
Gabrielle Shanahan (middle) shows Alison Stewart and Karina Wallace how to weave and been planted in Gordon for over 35 years. Gordon Main Street Reference Group
make placemats from dried out rushes. Photo – Carol Saffer

CWA – not just scones and tea

By Carol Saffer Branch President Symone gust 2017. As a new Ballan
Barry said, “the CWA has resident Mrs Wallace said
On a cold overcast Satur- always been about learning she didn’t know anyone.
day in the warmth of Ballan skills in a caring environ- “So, I did some Facebook
RSL Sub-Branch meeting ment, supporting women in stalking and discovered the
room, Gabrielle Shanahan in the community and raising local CWA branch.
apricot beret and matching money for local initiatives.” “Being a member gives me
pussy bow blouse, is refer- Mrs Shanahan says the pro- a good social outlet, and it’s
ring to her well-thumbed
1968 edition of the CWA
file of the organisation has
altered because there are
nice to just get out and have Your local favourite with a fresh new look!
a conversation with other
Handicrafts book, teaching more working women now. women,” she said.

members of the Ballan and “In the past women didn’t Nishka Gawalski 32, pre-
District CWA branch how to work and a lot of them
weave cumbungi rushes into viously in IT management
didn’t drive in those days. So joined the branch in June
place mats. [when] the Bacchus Marsh 2017 putting her IT skills to I N T H E B I S T R O
Three months previously branch was formed 86 years great use creating a Ballan

High Tea
Mrs Shanahan, Bacchus ago they put the meeting on
Marsh CWA branch member the day that the men drove
branch dedicated website, as MONDAY& TUESDAYNIGHT
2 course $25 3 course $30
well as setting up and man-
for 45 years, led the members into town for the market.
to a property close to the The Bacchus Marsh branch
aging the branch’s Facebook BIRTHDAY
Ballan Mineral Springs col- still meets on the day that
Ms Gawalski who moved to
lecting 25 bundles of rushes. the market used to be.”
Ballan three years ago said WEDNESDAYNIGHT
Not exactly scones and a The original Ballan CWA $25 $30
“the social aspect” was a
cup of tea. Ballan branch opened in SUNDAY 10 JUNE - 3PM TO 5PM 2 COURSE 3 COURSE
driving force to join.
The Country Women’s As- September 1937. For 70 years

“Community engagement Traditional 3 tiered trays filled with Like us on Facebook to see what’s on special each week!!

sociation of Victoria was the branch members kept

alive the traditions, recipes is important [for me] and sandwiches, sweets & scones. SUPPORTING LOCAL FARMERS AND BUSINESSES

formed 12 March 1928 and


today boasts more than and spirit of the CWA, un- I signed up to become a Glass of “Pink’ Sparkling or mocktail
5,800 members. CWA is a fortunately closing in 2007. member at the first stall the on arrival and endless tea & coffee
branch had at the Ballan
self-funded philanthropic After a hiatus of nine years
organisation of women sup- the branch was re-opened in Farmers’ Market.” $55pp / $25 KIDS $10
from each ticket


porting women, children 2016 with reinvigorated new Branch secretary Lana BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL
goes to Local Bre
Cancer Suppor
and families throughout members. Kolyunski said the Farmers’ COME IN AND EXPERIENCE OUR DELICIOUS SELECTION OF PARMA’S

Victoria. This year the CWA “The members get together Market stall funds their op-
celebrates a legacy of 90 twice a month, once for a erating costs.
years of cooking, crafting meeting and once for a skill “More importantly it gives
session,” Mrs Barry said. us a profile in the communi-
and advocating for change,
while always remaining “With 15 members in the ty. People come to talk to us, OF E ea 10am – 11am PLAYGROUND
relevant. share stories and then join,” Morning oon
Ballan branch, new members am – 12n
With friendly banter around like Karina and Nishka are she said. Show 1
the table and the delicious the future. They are working The Ballan CWA will have,
aroma of lamb shank broth women.” a stall at the next Farmers 59 Grant Street, Bacchus Marsh
coming from the kitchen, New mum 33-year old Ka- Market in Ballan on Satur- Phone: 03 5367 2031 stoneysclub.com.au
CWA Ballan and District rina Wallace joined in Au- day 9 June, 9am-1pm.
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Volunteers contribution invaluable

By Helen Tatchell “Your support enriches the
Volunteers; an amazing force, is service to patients, clients and
how Acting Djerriwarrh Health staff,” he said.
Services CEO Amanda Edwards Lance Jennison has been a
described the 190 men and volunteer at the hospital since
women who give up their time 2016, logging over 273-volunteer
each week. hours.
At a luncheon at Bacchus “I only started recording the
Marsh Golf Club during Vol- hours I do after I finished work.
unteer Week, Ms Edwards said I could not guess what the total
it was a day to celebrate all our would have been if I started re-
volunteers. cording years before,” he said.
“The commitment says a lot Mr Jennison said his family his-
about our community. You make tory of volunteering goes back
a difference to all our patients; four generations.
all remarkable ambassadors,”
“It started with my grandfather
she said.
enlisting in WWI and serving
During the 2016/17 financial
year, DjHS clocked over 190 vol- 10-years – Elizabeth Davie 10-years – Glenda Tanner 15-years – Marie Perry 25-years – Gillian Barker
unteers engaged in the service Mr Jennison has recorded 1,981
with 61 volunteers on top of that volunteer hours that include, but
figure who retired. not limited to, representing the
Appointed by the State Health Bacchus Marsh SES, RSL, Blaze
Minister Jill Hennessy, adminis- Aid, Grow West, Community
trator Dr John Ballard Bank and of course the DjHS.
Quoted Shakespeare, “The Volunteer Service Awards were
meaning of life is to find your presented to 13-women with a
gift; the purpose of life is to give combined total of 245 years.
away.” Ms Edwards announced new
“Volunteers are an invaluable CEO Belinda Scott is scheduled
contribution. to take the reins on June 26.

Volunteer Service Awards

10-years – H
 elga Weiss, Elizabeth Davie, Brigid Vallance,
Glenda Tanner.
15-years – A
 udrey Stanaway, Pamela Hill, Marie Perry.
25-years – Gillian Barker, Susan Miller, Gillian Davis,
Nanette Hein.
30-years – Eileen Knight, Beryl Morgan. DjHS Administrator Dr John Ballard with 30-year volunteer recipients (L-R) Beryl
25-years – Nanette Hein Morgan and Eileen Knight. Photos – Helen Tatchell


Building The Education State

Construction has commenced on the $8 million modernisation of Bacchus
Marsh College.

Works include constructing a new Year 9 Centre with a focus on science,

technology, engineering and maths; a Materials Technology Centre; and
upgrades to the school's trade building.

These new facilities will support the work of our fantastic teachers,
providing students with the facilities they need to achieve their best.

The Andrews Government is building the Education State so every

Victorian student can get a great education and every community has
access to a great local school.

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By Carol Saffer
Art in the dark Cartier Travel owner Elsa
Bonnet said last year was a
Ballan businesses and shops great event for businesses in
on Inglis Street will turn the main street.
their windows into show-
“Although we have only a
cases of light and colour
small window it was very
from dusk to dark during
beautifully created by artist
one week of cold midwinter
Isabelle Dupre.”
nights in June.
From Saturday 16-23 of June Instead of having a light
(5.30-10pm), the Wombat installation Ballan Post Of-
Regional Arts Network once fice owner Andrew Smith
again will celebrate the Win- said he will have a piano on
ter Solstice, organising the the street with Gordon mu-
Black Nite Black Lite event. sic teacher Myrawin Nelson
Artist and WRAN member leading the Gordon Gospel
Sarah Peckham said whilst Choir on the opening night.
White Night is becoming D&M Traders’ co-owner
popular in Melbourne and Dean Myers says last year’s
Ballarat, Black Nite Black event was amazing.
Lite is also about engaging “It totally changed the
the local communities. town. Regardless of the cold,
“It is a celebration of local to see people out and about
artists, community groups on the main street each night
and traders transforming
of that week created a totally
our streetscape shop win-
different atmosphere in our
dows with black UV fluores-
little town of Ballan.”
cent lighting.
(L-R) Julianna and Lenore participate in a hat making workshop with Sarah Peckham (middle) at the Aged Care Hostel in The towns cafes will offer
“Our inaugural event last Ballan, in preparation for the Black NIte Black Lite event. Photo – Helen Tatchell refreshments alongside cof-
year saw families out walk-
ing together and enjoying “Anyone can join in,” she cally make it all, and then Working together, making ing on the task of doing it fee vans, sausage sizzles and
the very colourful displays, said. install it.” something beautiful to share themselves. a hamburger van.
The Ballan Lioness club do- with others. It puts smiles on Zest Café and Ballan Bak- In the Mechanics hall the
at all times of the evening.” “The Black Nite event
peoples faces,” Ms Peckham
Ms Peckham said events shows what lots of local tal- nated $1500 to support the ery are creating their own Ballan and District CWA
the not-for profit art organi- ent can do with leftover and event this year, along with installation while the Com- branch will warm up locals
While most of the shop-
sation hold is usually about recycled materials. We have the Ballan Post Office and keepers on Inglis Street have monwealth Bank’s display is and visitors strolling along
making, as well as looking many individuals putting Farmers Market. assigned their windows to being created by local school Inglis Street with soup and
at art. in time and energy to physi- “We do it because it’s fun. local artists, some are tak- children. sweets from 5.30pm.

Enrich your community and

empower the more than
413,000 people living with
dementia in Australia by
becoming a dementia-friendly

First meeting of Bacchus Marsh Dementia Alliance scheduled

Dementia Australia will present a workshop to support the needs of our community in becoming
for Tuesday 19 June, 11.00-12.00pm at the James Young Room -
dementia friendly. Anyone interested can come along.

Lerderderg library - 215 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh.

Tuesday 19 June, 2018
Djerriwarrh Health Services and Moorabool Shire Council plan to

facilitate a community that is dementia-friendly with the aim of

James Young Room
Lerderderg library
215 theMarsh
Main Street, Bacchus quality of life of people living with dementia, their
families and carers.
At the end of the workshop, participants will:

AnHave initiative of the project is the formation of a Bacchus Marsh
an understanding of dementia, its signs and symptoms
 Dementia Alliance to inform
Understand what makes an organisation anddementia
and community guide friendlythe development of a
 community action plan and play an advisory
Reflect on what changes they can make in their own community, workplace role
or practice in the future
in order

to become more dementia friendly.
Light refreshments will be available.
the project.
RSVP are
please seeking nominations from interested
register at https://www.trybooking.com/388320; or call: Manda parties
McDermott on to5366
be involved in
the Bacchus Marsh Dementia Alliance. Nominations will be accepted
Or email: Claire on cconlon@moorabool.vic.gov.au or Tineke on tinekec@djhs.org.au
from residents with dementia, carers, community organisations,
sporting clubs, local businesses, service clubs, places of worship and
other bodies interested in creating a more inclusive municipality.
The alliance is anticipated to meet on a monthly basis for the
planning and early implementation phases of the project between
June 2018 and June 2019. A review by the committee will
determine the ongoing schedule.
If you would like to nominate for this alliance, contact Tineke Carr,
Dementia Support Nurse, phone: 5367 9857 Mobile: 0428 054 118
and/or email: tinekec@djhs.org.au
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in the
Babies born
recently at
Bacchus Marsh
and Melton
Regional Hospital Kate and Danny Conroy from Bacchus Marsh have welcomed baby number four to their family. A new sister Carter Hayes CLARKE is the first child for
for Ava, Charlie and Ellie, Isabelle Darling CONROY arrived on Friday 25 May at 3.23pm weighing 7lb 11oz. Darley couple Taylor and Jason Clarke.
Weighing 6lb 14oz, Carter arrived at
12.23am on Monday 28 May.

We’re helping
businesses grow.
‘Ralphy Dogg’ has a new sister, Aurora
May Pentony. Arriving on Friday 18 May at
9.20pm to Eynesbury parents Gemma and
Damian PENTONY, Aurora weighed 6lb
14oz (3100 grams).


In 2017, over 400,000 new jobs were

created – that’s more than 1100 a day.

So if you’re a small to medium business

owner who’s wondering about the next
step or has changing business needs,
there are Government initiatives and
incentives to help you hire staff.

The Government is offering:

• Programs to help you hire

or train staff
• Financial incentives up to
$10,000 to employ eligible staff Darley parents Candice and Nathan have
welcomed their first child, a little boy.
For more information go to jobs.gov.au Cooper Brody SHEPHERDSON arrived on
Saturday 26 May at 12.58am, weighing 7lb

It is a girl for Maddingley parents Sophie

and Dean WARREN. Arriving at 8.59pm on
Authorised by the Australian Government, Canberra. Sunday 27 May, Elliot Grace Warren
weighed 2940 grams.
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A 9-year old imagines history Lost and Found

By Carol Saffer

Matilda and Margaret have something

in common; an interest in history and
A student at Gordon Primary School,
Matilda Gillespie has been announced
the winner of the Margaret Moritz ‘Garf’ Male Domestic Short ‘Pudding’ Female Domestic
Youth Heritage Award for 2018. Hair Champagne and White Short Tabby approximately
The award honours the memory of approximately 3 years – 1 year – Available for
Available for Adoption Adoption
Margaret Moritz, an enthusiast of the
history and heritage of Moorabool
Shire, and is judged and presented by
the Heritage Advisory Committee to
the Shire of Moorabool.
Margaret was an active member of the
community, instrumental in the group
responsible for saving the Blacksmith’s
Cottage and Forge in Bacchus Marsh, ‘Diva’ Female Domestic Megs Female Domestic
transforming it into a vibrant historical Short Tabby and White  Short Hair Ginger and White
approximately 2 years – approximately 5 years –
and education resource. Available for Adoption Available for Adoption
Moorabool Shire Mayor Cr Paul Tatch- Matilda Gillespie (Gordon PS) with principal Russel Cowan, was presented the
ell, Chair of the Heritage Advisory Margaret Moritz Award by Moorabool Mayor Cr Paul Tatchell and members of
the Heritage Advisory Committee Margaret Simpson, Richard Biden and Jennifer
Committee, presented the award to
Bantow. Photo - submitted
nine-year-old Matilda at the school in
mid-May. The award is aimed at en- Gordon Primary School Principal Rus- teachers Barry Griffiths and Cynda
couraging students to have an interest sel Cowan said Matilda is a very hum- Strange.
in their local history. ble little girl who is a real talent with Mr Cowan praised The History Box
Cr Tatchell said the entry criteria is enthusiasm in everything she does. presentation.
Female Domestic Short
flexible, encouraging a variety of pro- “All the 16 Grade two pupils at Gordon “The kids absolutely loved it. They Hair Ginger approximately
jects from the schools. Mt Egerton Pri- Primary submitted entries and Mat- were caught hook line and sinker.” 2-4 years– Available for Female Kelpie Brown –
mary School (with only 11 students) ilda’s [artwork and written entry] was “Barry and Cynda were exceptional, Adoption Found in Darley
was Runner-up in 2017 when students the one the judges selected that best they dressed the kids in period cos-
wrote and performed a play about Cap- met the criteria.” tumes and took them back to what it Lost or Found a dog or cat? Keep up to date with
tain Moonlight. The Award prize was a presentation felt like to be in that time,” Mr Cowan impounded animals on Council’s Pet Adoption
“The Award gives the shire’s primary (valued at $500) to the school from The said. Facebook page – Moorabool Pet Adoption.
school students the opportunity to use History Box, a school incursions group The Moorabool News sponsors a run- (MSC DAB 2016-003)
their imagination to keep the local his- with history-based performances and ner-up prize donating $250 for materi- For more information contact Council Customer
tory alive,” he said. hands-on workshops run by Ballarat als for that school’s next project. Service on 5366 7100.

Moorabool Shire Council

The next Ordinary Meeting of Council will be held tomorrow, Wednesday 6 June, 2018 in Council invites applications for the existing vacancies:
the Council Chambers, 15 Stead St, Ballan, commencing at 6.00pm. Parks & Gardens Team Member – Labourer – applications close Friday 8 June 2018.
Members of the public are most welcome to attend. Revenue Officer – Permanent Part Time – applications close Friday 8 June 2018.
NOTICE OF AN APPLICATION FOR PLANNING PERMIT All details available from our website: www.moorabool.vic.gov.au.

Address of Land: 128 Ingliston Land Title Particulars: Crown Portion 25, Section
Council has sent out overdue reminder notices to pet owners to ensure all dogs and cats aged
Description Details: Development and Use of an Emergency Services Facility (Country
Fire Authority Regional Training Campus) and Removal of Native Vegetation on Road Reserve three months and older are registered, as required by law. Registrations were due on 10 April.
Final reminder notices have been sent to those pet owners who have not yet renewed their dog
The applicant for the permit is: The application reference number: and cat registrations.
Country Fire Authority (CFA) PA2018096
Council is committed to promoting responsible pet ownership. Have you recently obtained a
You may look at the application and any documents that support the application at the office of new puppy or kitten under the age of 12 months that is not yet registered? If so, you can register
the Responsible Authority: Moorabool Shire Council, 15 Stead Street, Ballan, 182 Halletts your new puppy and kitten with Council for only $6.50. Proof of age is required.
Way Darley https://greenlight.e-vis.com.au/moorabool.This can be done during office
hours and is free of charge. Any person who may be affected by the granting of the permit may All cats and dogs being registered for the first time must be implanted with a microchip.
object or make other submissions to the Responsible Authority. An objection must be sent to the New dog and cat registrations can be paid in person at a Council office. Renewals can be paid
Responsible Authority in writing, include the reasons for the objection and state how the objector in person, BPAY or Post Billpay.
would be affected. Please be aware that copies of objections/submissions received may be made Failure to register you cat or dog may result in a penalty infringement being issued.
available to any person for the purpose of consideration as part of the planning process. The
Registering you dog and cat is their return ticket home should they become lost.
Responsible Authority will not decide on the application before - 25 June 2018 If you object, the
Responsible Authority will tell you its decision. For more information, phone our Community Safety unit on 5366 7100.


In relation to the planning permit before Council for development and use of an emergency
services facility (Country Fire Authority Regional Training Campus), the Country Fire Authority
(CFA) will hold two community information sessions at the Moorabool Shire Council Chambers,
15 Stead Street, Ballan, on the following dates:
• Tuesday 12 June 2018 2pm – 8pm
• Thursday 14 June 2018 2pm – 8pm
These are drop in sessions and no bookings are necessary.
For any further information about these sessions please contact Roger Lowery, CFA Senior
Community Liaison Officer, on 0438 713 076.

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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Photo: Aailyah Moosajee (Year 9 BMG).

Real tennis with a touch of royalty

BDH&C thanked their volunteers with a morning tea last week. Photo – BDH&C

By Carol Saffer

Ballarat Real Tennis Club was the scene of

a meeting not a match between HRH Prince
Rohan Bryan said it is a ridiculous sport that
is addictive.
“You play with balls that aren’t round and
A simple
thank you
don’t bounce, and racquets that are bent.”
Edward, Earl of Wessex and students from Prince Edward’s ancestor King Henry VIII
Bacchus Marsh Grammar.
was a devoted and addicted Real Tennis
The Queen’s third son, was in Ballarat re- player. It is believed that when King Henry
cently to promote The Duke of Edinburgh’s became too fat in the 1500s to run on the
International Award. court, he changed the rules to suit himself.
In order to publicise and raise funds for the This was the game’s last rule change.
Award (Dukeofed), Prince Edward has un- By Carol Saffer gardening and Opportunity on Inglis, and
The Grammar team played in a round robin
dertaken a Tennis Challenge in 2018 to play of course in the Hospital Auxiliary– all who
on all 48 Real Tennis courts in the world. competition at the Ballarat courts then par-
ticipated in a masterclass session with the Ballan District Health & Care has 75 regis- work tireless to support the organisation and
The Dukeofed is a structured non-formal tered volunteers. therefore the community as a whole.”
club’s tennis professional.
education youth development program, To acknowledge the value and commitment
Prince Edward joined the team on court Chris Pallett has been a Meals on Wheels
empowering all young Australians aged be- of the volunteers the health service hosted a
tween 14 to 25 to explore their full potential after the master class to discuss Real Tennis volunteer for over two years.
and the students’ involvement in the Duke of morning tea in celebration of National Vol-
regardless of their location or circumstance. “The community has given us a lot in this
Edinburgh Award. unteer Week.
It is a fully inclusive program and has no so- lifetime and we felt like we’d like to give
cial, political, or religious affiliations. When he asked the team members what they “Ballan District Health & Care could not
something back.”
thought of the Dukeofed program, one of the function as well as it does without their
Undertaking the Dukeofed at the bronze For those who haven’t experienced what it is
Grammar girls replied, “I hated it”; shocking help,” states the BDH&C website.
entry level is compulsory for all year nine like to volunteer, Chris says it is worth giv-
students at Bacchus Marsh Grammar, as part players and staff at the event. Prince Edward Volunteer Coordinator at Ballan District
Health & Care Barbara Vine says volun- ing it a try.
of the curriculum, with the school regularly laughed at her response thanking her for her
achieving an 80 per cent success rate. honesty and asking her to elaborate. teers are an integral part of helping BDH&C “It is very rewarding, and you meet a lot of
The Grammar is now in its third year field- The afternoon concluded with the team and service the needs of residents and the local nice people when you’re volunteering. The
ing a real tennis team of 10-12 students, with their families watching the Prince play three community. people you’re serving really appreciate it. The
girls and boys from years 7-12. sets of doubles tennis against a range of jun- “Volunteers support us in aged care, the look of gratitude and the smiles on the faces
Real Tennis team coach for the Grammar ior and senior players. memory support unit, meals on wheels, of recipients really make it worthwhile.”

Proposed Central Highlands

Victorian Emergency Management Training Centre at Ballan

New Victorian Emergency Services Training Centre for Ballan

Planning Application PA2018096 Community Information Sessions
Victorian Emergency Services Training Centre CFA will hold two community information sessions
128 Ingliston Road, Ballan to display plans, talk through the planned use of the site and
answer questions about the new facility and its place in the local
In May 2017, CFA announced the purchase of land at 128 Ingliston Road Ballan for the
purposes of building a new Victorian Emergency Management Training Centre, giving
local firefighters and emergency services personnel better access to practical training. Session details are:
A Planning Application has now been lodged with Moorabool Shire Council for a state-of- WHEN
the-art training facility for emergency services. Tuesday 12 June 2018 from 2pm to 8pm
Thursday 14 June 2018 from 2pm to 8pm
The campus will provide an ‘all hazards’ approach which gives trainees the skills and
practical experience to further enhance their role in protecting lives and property. WHERE
Council Chamber Room
The 35 hectare site will boast ‘live fire’ simulations powered by LPG, life-size, operational Ballan Council Office, 15 Stead Street, Ballan.
firefighting props, specialist training capabilities, breathing apparatus facilities, a change
room, on-site parking and infrastructure to support day-to-day operations at the campus. These are drop in sessions and no bookings are necessary.
Training programs are designed to use clean fuels and fire retardants and the site is
designed for full compliance with standards for environmental impact, emission control
and water management. Water treatment and management systems will treat and recycle
training water within the site.
The new facility will be a great asset to the region – supporting training programs now and
into the future.

For further information contact Roger Lowery, Senior Community Liaison Officer, Environmental Compliance Program, CFA on 0438 713 076.

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The What’s On section is for non-profit community organisations. All free events submitted will be considered for FREE publication at the
Editors discretion. Advertising of AGMs in this section will only appear if a paid public notice also appears in the classifieds section, as per
the constitution of Business & Consumer Affairs for incorporated groups.

Bacchus Marsh & District Garden Club Anglican Parish of West Moorabool
ADULT EDUCATION Meeting 2nd Tuesday of each month, 7.30pm at The Laurels, Service Times - St John’s Ballan  - 1st & 3rd Sundays -
Ballan & District Community House 229 Main St, Bacchus Marsh. Guest Speakers. Supper after 9:30am; 2nd & 4th Sundays – 11am Family Service; St John’s
For class enrolment information, venue hire and costs; please each meeting. All Welcome. Enquiries - Wendy 5367 4170. Bungaree – 1st Sunday 6pm Saturday; 2nd, 3rd, 4th Sundays,
call 5368 1934 or email info@bchvic.org.au Ballan Anglers Inc 9am. Enq. - Rev. Wesley - 5368 2730. 
Darley Neighbourhood House & Learning Centre - Short Meeting second Wednesday every month. Hudsons Hotel, Ballan Uniting Church (St Paul’s) - Services 11.15am every
courses and classes. 33-35 Jonathan Drive, Darley. BM & 7.30pm. More anglers and families needed and welcome – Sunday.
District Photography Club - Meetings 2nd & 4th Wednesday 0400 003 936. Bacchus Marsh Christian Church
of month, 7.30pm. Enquiries welcome. Phone 5367 4390. Bacchus Marsh Family Drug Support Group Sunday Services 10am with kids program. 222 Main St,
The Laurels – Bacchus Marsh Community College - Courses For Family Members who have a loved one affected by drugs. Bacchus Marsh. Enquiries 9028 2622.
and classes. 229 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh. Enquiries & Enquiries - 1300 660 068. Bacchus Marsh Uniting Church Parish
enrolments - 5367 1061. Alanon Support Group - for families of alcoholics. Services - St Andrew’s 9.30am every Sunday. Pentland Hills
U3A Bacchus Marsh - Active seniors social learning, for Meets at 10.30am on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month 2pm 1st Sunday of month. Enquiries - 5367 2543 (office).
daily activities contact 5367 5341 or visit our website - www. at the Uniting Church Hall, Gisborne Road, Bacchus Marsh. Holy Trinity Anglican Church - Bacchus Marsh
u3abacchus.org.au Enq - 0421 222 717. Service Times - Bacchus Marsh - Sunday 9am and 5pm;
Lal Lal Moorabool Photographic Group Inc Balliang - 2nd Sunday 11am, 4th Sunday 9am; Myrniong – 1st
MEETINGS Meeting 3rd Wednesday each month, 7pm. Soldiers Memorial & 3rd Sunday 11am. Enquiries – 5367 5362. 
Hall, Lal Lal. Enquiries 5341 7535.
Ballan & District CWA - Branch meetings – 2nd Thursday Footscray Poultry Club (at Bacchus Marsh)
each month. RSL Hall, Inglis St, Ballan, 7.30pm. All welcome Meetings held 2nd Sunday of month, 2pm. Poultry Pavilion.
- enquiries to 0407 992 767 or email ballandistrictcwa@gmail. Racecourse Rec. Reserve, Balliang-Bacchus Marsh Rd,
com Bacchus Marsh. All welcome – Kerry 9741 9705.
Ballan District Vintage Machinery & Vehicle Club DEL  RIOS  LUNCH  MENU  
Meetings - second Monday each month, 8pm. Tom Mullane
Pavilion, Ballan Racecourse Reserve. Enquiries – Brian 5368
2255 or Ray 5368 1177. Ballan Lions Club Market
Tapas   Mains  
The Pottery Group Next market – Saturday 7 July 2018
First Saturday each month - Inglis St, Ballan – 9am-1pm.  
Tuesday and Saturday 1pm-3pm, at the Public Park Hall
(next to Tennis Courts), Stanley St, Gordon. All welcome.
Garlic   P rawns      
Enquiries – 0402 390 080 (Wayne).                   $ 8                                                    
                    Salmon  Salad  (quinoa,  tomatoes
Enquiries to Maureen 0447173031. Darley Market (Spanish  meatballs)        
Albondigas              $8   onions,  capers,  cos  lettuce  &  rocket  salad  w
Bacchus Marsh Playgroup Saturday 16 June,
at Darley
Bravas   - 1pm. p1st
 (baked   & 3rd sSaturday
otatoes   eachsmonth
picy  tomato   auce)                                      $6     BOOK AND BEAR SALE  homemade  dill  mayonnaise)                                                    
(Behind St Andrew’s Church) Cnr Gisborne Rd & Lerderderg Warm  Park FootballOReserve.
marinaded   Enquiries
lives  served   with  –crusty  
0488 345 145    
bread          $8     Fund Raiserdel Rios Sparkling Brut
for Frontier Services
Street, Bacchus Marsh. Monday-Friday 9am, 11am, 1pm & (Alan).  
Spanish   J amon  
Ballan Farmer’s Market S errano   ( served   w ith   b read)               $ 10    
3pm. Enquiries – Cindy 0433 651 066. Spanish   Queen’s Birthday Fish  of  the  DWeekend ay                
Moorabool Mission Recovery Group Next Market T – ortilla  
Saturday served  
9 June,w9am-1pm.
ith  bread                                        $8      
2nd Saturday each month, Mill Cottage car park. Books for all ages, Suggested both wine:
collectibles 2011
and Sauvignon
new. B
Struggling with addiction; Pain from the past; family member Bruschetta  (Tomatoes,  Spanish  onions,  basil                                            $10  
out of control? Meeting weekly - Wednesday, 12.30pm – Jean Enq – 0498 361 291 or 0490 114 130. also Bookmarks & Painted Primordial Rocks  
topped  with  Meredith  marinaded  goats  fetta)  
Oomes Room, Lerderderg Library, Bacchus Marsh. Enq- Spanish  Paella  (chicken  and  seafood  ric
Pastor Merv Patton – 0412 290 036.
  CHURCH Sat 9th June served   10am
with  salad   to 4pm              
Ballan Playgroup Mussels  
Catholic Española  
Parish of Gordonserved  with  crusty  bread                                                    $12        
basil  &  white  wine)           Sun 10th June 11am to 4pm
Suggested wine: 2011 Pinot Noir
Every Tuesday of school Term. St John’s Anglican Church (Mussels  
Mass Times - sSaturday
teamed  w
9 ith  
June garlic,  
– Springbank, tomatoes,  6.30 pm 
Hall  - 9:30-11:30am. Enquiries - 0409 681 138 Anna or 0421 Sunday 10 June – Bungaree, 8.45am; Ballan, 10.30am. St Andrew’s Uniting Church
905 558 Tamsin.  B3 Community
Spanish  twice  baked  chicken  wings       Spanish   chicken   salad                                                                  
       $Gisborne Road, Bacchus Marsh
Rose-Carers of Maddingley Park Focused, family Grilled   t ender   p ieces   of  chicken  marinated
Served   with  friendly
crusty  bchurch
read      with
        a difference.
   Services   10    
Working Bees every 3rd Wednesday & Sunday of each every 2nd & 4th Sundays at Avenue Bowling Club, Main St, Traditional  Spanish  herbs  &  spices  served
Enquires Valerie 0412240056
month. All welcome. Enquiries - 0418 171 119. Bacchus Marsh. of  lettuce,  rocket,  tomatoes,  spanish  onion
Bocadillos  de  Chorizo    (Spanish  chorizo  sliders)                                        $12    &  mango                            

Café Chat
2  small  bread  buns  with  grilled  chorizo,  topped   Suggested wine: 2008 Marsanne
with  caramelised  onions,  roasted  peppers,  rocket  
 &  homemade  mayonnaise  
Anakie  Wagyu  Burger  topped  with  a  to
Suggested wine: “Anarchist” Red Blend $8/gl $30/bot
 &  roast  pepper  relish,  cheese  &  crispy  
served  with  chips  
Spring  grape  pickers  Tapas  Platter                                                                                        $20  
Suggested wine: 2009 Cabernet
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Grilled  Western  Plains  Pork  Cutlet                  
Suggested wine: 2011 Rose
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Commercial Zone 1!
Median on
In the March 2018 quarter,

YPA Bacchus Marsh

the median house price was
$404,000 in regional Victo-
ria, an increase of 51 per cent
over the nine years.
Some locations have per-

formed considerably bet-
ter. The house median
sale price in Geelong West
rose nearly 117 per cent to
$685,000, while Newtown’s
224 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh GIL KING latest median of $757,000
Looking for that PERFECT investment property that has
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character and endless potential. Located within the highly
sought after COMMERICIAL ZONING, walking distance
it’ on real estate is made in
the acquisition, not the sale.
doubled. Across the City of
Greater Geelong, there was
from all amenities, you would be hard pushed to find a more In reality, it’s both. Buying
appealing investment location in the western suburbs. Each an increase beyond 64 per
beautiful unit comprises of two generously sized bedrooms, and selling at the right time cent, reflecting the increas-
spacious central living room with open upgraded kitchen, will both make a difference ing popularity of the state’s
renovated bathroom and split system heating and cooling. to the equation. Of course, if second city.
Within this current Financial year, Unit 1 due to its prime you are moving to a similar
location and renovations has on its own returned a yield of The median lift in the City
property in a similar area,
$23,035.64. Truly a rare opportunity to purchase a portfolio of Ballarat exceeded 43 per
of properties within your commercial zoning on Main any capital growth may well
cent, with the strongest
Street in Bacchus Marsh. To book your private inspection be absorbed with the new
growth in Ballarat Central,
please call Shane O’Brien on 0431 766 082. purchase.
with a median house price
However, the right decision of $422,500, up 83.7 per cent.
made years ago can deliver
Wendouree saw a boost of
a real bonus, especially for
around 40 per cent. Bendigo
those seeking to downsize.
was the strongest performer
In the September 2007 in its region, surging 40 per
quarter, the median price
cent to over $340,000.
of a house in regional Vic-
Gamblers say that “one can’t
toria was a then record of
eat odds”. Nor can one eat
$264,500. Then followed a
percentages. But those who
change of Federal Govern-
purchased at the then-re-
ment, and the Global Finan-
cial Crisis, which caused cord median high nine years
great anxiety. The median ago, and have been paying
price in regional Victoria did down a mortgage, are likely
Thinking of Selling? Call Vickie Ramon 0403 194 621 or Shane O’Brien 0431 766 082 fall, but just 18 months later, in a strong position to dine
it bounced to a new all-time out well should they choose
high of $267,500 in the March to sell.

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Arbee Real Estate

AUCTION 20 McFarland Street, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 73 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh
3 1 2 3 1 1

Prime Location! ‘The Little Blue House On The Hill’

Consisting of 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, lounge, kitchen & meals area. Charming home has ‘cottage feel’, on a large 780m² approx. 22 metres
Suit home buyer looking for a renovation project in a great location or of Main St frontage, easement free, on quiet service road. Set in
STCA developer searching for townhouse site. Approx. 760m2 within established gardens & bordered by tightly held established homes & a
walking distance to all facilities. Attend one of our Open for Inspections Southern Rural water reserve. 3 bedrooms, all with BIRs & good quality

or also available for inspection by appointment take the time to check carpet, light filled bathroom, blackwood timber kitchen with leadlight
this one out. Terms - 10% Deposit, Balance 60 Days. overhead cupboards, lounge with open fire place.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
AUCTION Saturday 23rd June at 11.00am FOR SALE $390,000-$420,000
CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157 CONTACT Peter 0429 671 990 Daryl 0409 233 157
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FOR SALE 14 Witney Court, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 53 Wittick Street, Bacchus Marsh
3 2 2 4 2 2

Opportunity Knocks Spacious Family Residence

Quiet court location on 650m2 block. 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom, consists Featuring 4 bedrooms, master with ENS & WIR, bedrooms 2 & 3 with
of lounge room off entrance hall with gas heater and wall A/C, dining WIR & the 4th with double BIRs. Central kitchen with loads of cupboard
room, kitchen with electric cooktop and wall oven and adjoining meals space, dining area, 2 lounges, home theatre, and a double LUG with
area with wood heater. Master has WIR and ENS, and bedrooms 2 & 3 internal access. Ducted heating & cooling. Plenty of room in the
have BIRs, the toilet is separate from family bathroom. Double length backyard, garden shed and rear access on a large 817m² corner block.
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 $550,000-$570,000
CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157 CONTACT Peter Leonard 0429 671 990
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FOR SALE 180 Masons Lane, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 119 Hastings Road, Greendale
4 2 4 4 2 8

5.5 Acres Close To Town Peaceful Country Living

Beautiful family home, huge outdoor entertaining area & extensive Set on 6 acres (approx), fantastic property with plenty of space &
shedding. 4 bedrooms, master with WIR & ens, remaining 3 with BIRs, charm to enjoy the perfect country lifestyle. 4 bedrooms, master with
spacious kitchen with island bench & an adjacent meals area & huge Ens & WIR, & the other 3 have BIRs, study, generous lounge/dining
lounge room. Ducted evap cooling, reverse cycle a/c & wood heater. room, kitchen & meals area, rumpus/living room, family bathroom &

Outdoor entertaining area joins the house to the 400sqm shedding. laundry. Outside is a spacious pergola, huge 18x7.5 garage, carports,
multi purpose room, 2 tanks, 2 dams, & kids play area.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $1,750,000 - $1,850,000 FOR SALE $699,000-$759,000
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FOR SALE 26 Rutherford Court, Maddingley FOR SALE 33/96 Gisborne Road, Bacchus Marsh
1 1 1

Ideal Retirement Living Unit!

Modern one bedroom unit, affordable retirement option. Located in
friendly senior’s community, comes with meal options and a central
recreation space, whilst still able to live independently. Spacious
lounge with split-system A/C, good size bedroom, kitchenette,
updated bathroom, private courtyard and allocated parking space.
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FOR SALE $110,000-$120,000
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FOR SALE 101 Holts Lane, Bacchus Marsh

Calling All Developers!
3 2 2
Grab this opportunity to secure a terrific corner block of 679m2 with a
Planning Permit for Development of 2 Dwellings, one facing Holts
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Ranging in various sizes from 150m2 to 218m2, these innovative designs offer: Three phase power. A collection of versatile views to the east and only a short distance from the new Freeway
workspaces in a bespoke gated development ideal for small businesses, tradesmen, SMSF’s & Investors. Architecturally designed. ramps at Halletts Way this is a sought after location. Surrounded by
Lofty clear span warehouse. Loading bays. Container height rollerdoors. Wide road for easy truck access. CCTV security. Electronic new homes, close to nearby Child Care facilities and Primary Schools
security gates. On site car parking. Staff amenities. Excellent depreciation benefits. and a bus stop basically at your doorstep make your enquiries to day.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $295,000-$350,000 exc GST FOR SALE $280,000-$310,000
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Ian McDonald Steve Creese Daryl Gould Peter Leonard Denise Sniegowski Liam Gair
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140 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh 5367 2333
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3 2 2
Coimadai 195 Camerons Road 4 2 4 Coimadai 110 McMullins Lane Bed Bath Car
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Views Galore & Character Home on Private Sale “Wombat Creek” Private Sale
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2 1 1
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is a great time to make a good start. Money begins
to flow, but don’t make a public statement about your
successes. Good news regarding a friend should arrive
after the weekend.

Stars & Puzzles

LEO—July 23-August 22
This is a transition week, characterized by important con-
versation and changing ideas. Your judgement is strong,
but don’t offer advice unless it’s specifically requested.
Important events may happen in your neighbourhood.
VIRGO—August 23-September 22
Everyone seems wonderfully considerate and it’s easy to
QUICK PUZZLE feel embarrased. Communications and inspirations are

strong. This week is chock full good of ideas and you
may make an important contact.
LIBRA—September 23-October 22
This could be your lucky week. There could be encour-
★★★★★★★★ aging news around the weekend, followed by a pleasant
windfall. Relatives may need encouragement - be patient
and a concerned listener.

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

You are called on unexpectedly to make a key decision Rely most on your own feelings this week. Well
so rely on your intuition. The weekend may be confusing, intentioned suggestions can prove unwise. You could find
but rich in laughter. Your romantic prospects brighten. yourself playing the role of either diplomat or referee
over the weekend.
TAURUS—April 21-May 22
SAGITTARIUS—November 22-December 22
This week will be off to a sunny start. Singles are urged
to be much bolder. For marrieds, a splendid time for a Your ideas meet with opposition, but don’t toss them out.
second or third honeymoon. Travelling can be hectic Look for more receptive people. This may be the time
through the weekend. for a rejuvenation programme. Mentally (sign up for a
course), physically (for a yoga class).
GEMINI—May 23-June 21
CAPRICORN—December 23-January 20
Worries over the littlest problems may get you down this
week so share all your anxieties with loved ones. This This is a week of caution. Avoid excess in spending and
wining and dining and don’t discard any guarantees. This
week it is important to look after digestive complaints.
could also be a week of blossoming friendship and satis-
CANCER—June 22-July 22 fying creative expression.
NO. 9046 This is a great time to make a good start. Money begins AQUARIUS—January 21-February 19
ACROSS DOWN to flow, but don’t make a public statement about your
successes. Good news regarding a friend should arrive Trust your judgement rather than experiment with your
1. Terrifying (5-8) 1. Turn into (6) hunches. Enjoy relief from recent social pressures - but
8. Basket (5) 2. Open (5) after the weekend.
only for a while. Obligations soon come calling again
9. Figure (7) 3. Free (7)
10. Reason (6) 4. Language (4) LEO—July 23-August 22 PISCES—February 20-March 20
11. Tranquil (6) 5. Duck (5) This is a transition week, characterized by important con- There will be steady financial gains until Friday, damp-
12. Go round (5) 6. Nationality (7) versation and changing ideas. Your judgement is strong, ened by possible romantic discord. But all’s well if you
14. Mark (5) 7. Tool (6) but don’t offer advice unless it’s specifically requested. can get through to your mate’s sentimental side. Don’t
18. Entry (6) 13. Start (7) Important events may happen in your neighbourhood. divulge ideas until they materialize.
20. Stone (6) 15. Lattice (7)
23. Preacher (7) 16. Expedition (6) VIRGO—August 23-September 22 BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK
24. Bloodsucker (5) 17. Deadly (6) You are reliable and ambitious, but a little aloof too. For
25. Very small (13) 19. Material (5) Everyone seems wonderfully considerate and it’s easy to
feel embarrased. Communications and inspirations are you, even a double date can be a crowd. This year fea-
21. Fish (5)
22. Trial (4) strong. This week is chock full good of ideas and you tures a major celebration. There could also be a chance
may make an important contact. to make money from a hobby or brainy idea.
CRYPTIC PUZZLE LIBRA—September 23-October 22
1. A player with heart will get ahead (6,7). 8. Surrounds This could be your lucky week. There could be encour-
aging news around the weekend, followed by a pleasant

the gangs (5). 9. Covers up when you look (7). 10. Be
inclined to take over, which shows sinew (6). 11. Cease windfall. Relatives may need encouragement - be patient
playing the piano in it and break away (6). 12. Having and a concerned listener.
sampled it, was aggravated by (5). 14.A little way out,
it’s charming (5). 18. Help the twit when one’s got a little SCORPIO—October 23-November 21
time (6). 20. Besides being in the company of a man (6).
23. Left when I got on a bit (7). 24. Cupboard the racket NUMBER GAME
Rely most on your own feelings this week. Well
intentioned suggestions can prove unwise. You could find
is in? (5). 25. Don’t have to have such a long address, yourself playing the role of either diplomat or referee
obviously (8,2,3). over theANSWER
weekend. BELOW
1. The pooch was given a meal by Father (6). 2. Out- SAGITTARIUS—November 22-December 22
standing material! (5). 3. Give back the balance and have
nothing again (7). 4. Not many, about fifty, took flight (4). Your ideas meet with opposition, but don’t toss them out.
5. Goes round with the films (5). 6. To cheer up the man, Look for more receptive people. This may be the time
I pour tea out (7). 7. “Hurtled,” or is it “hurled”? (6). 13. for a rejuvenation programme. Mentally (sign up for a
With relief, book (7). 15. Beat it, dear, and the dog too! course), physically (for a yoga class).
(7). 16. Keep talking about the angelic music being
played (4,2). 17. Scintillating at times, but tawdry (6). CAPRICORN—December 23-January 20
19. Picture as quiet (5). 21. Fish, accordingly to the cock- This is a week of caution. Avoid excess in spending and
ney, that are no good (5). 22. A liability, to be charged to wining and dining and don’t discard any guarantees. This
our account (4). could also be a week of blossoming friendship and satis-
fying creative expression.


22, On-us. AQUARIUS—January 21-February 19
Trust your judgement rather than experiment with your
Whip-pet . 16, Harp on. 17, Flashy. 19, Still. 21, Heels.
ew. 5, Reels. 6, Anim-ate. 7, Dashed. 13, Reserve. 15,
hunches. Enjoy relief from recent social pressures - but
Across - 1, Oriental. 6, Vice. 8, Rash. 9, Withdrew. 10,
Down - 1, Cur-ate. 2, Ni-non (rev.). 3, Rest-O-re. 4, F-L-
only for a while. Obligations soon come calling again
Stout. 11, Reason. 13, Blithe. 15, Tomato. 17, Parrot.
to say.
19, Ankle. 22, Whipcord. 23, Rota. 24, Iron. 25, Teen-
I’s-t. 20, With-Al. 23, Port-I-on. 24, Press. 25, Need-less PISCES—February 20-March 20
Tend-on. 11, Esca-p-e. 12, Tried. 14, S-wee-t. 18, Ass-
There will be steady financial gains until Friday, damp-
Down - 2, Roast. 3, Exhaust. 4, Tows. 5, Literate. 6,
Across - 1, Centre forward. 8, Rings. 9, Eyelids. 10,
ened by possible romantic discord. But all’s well if you
Vodka. 7, Cheroot. 12, Beetroot. 14, Leather. 16,
can get through to your mate’s sentimental side. Don’t
Minerva. 18, Ripen. 20, Lithe. 21, Idle. divulge ideas until they materialize.
17, Lethal. 19, Satin. 21, Bream. 22, Test.
6, Israeli. 7, Gimlet. 13, Kick off. 15, Trellis. 16, Safari.
Across - 1, All clear. 6, Cuff. 8, Poor. 9, Dispatch. 10, R-
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RAINFALL Bacchus Marsh Soccer Club AFL Goldfields Womens

Results - Round 8 Lake Wendouree v Darley Photos Tim Saultry

Myrniong District Under 13s Div 1 Open

Bacchus Marsh Blue (3) def Ballarat Eureka Strikers (0)
Rainfall Report Goals - David Dillon (1), Tristan Noorman (1), Joshua Whit-
taker (1).
Under 13s Div 2 Open
Bacchus Marsh Yellow (1) lost Forest Rangers (2)
May 2018 rainfall 89.5 millimetres Goal - Glen Hobert (1).
Total for the year 2018 217.7 millimetres Under 15s Div 1 Open
Bacchus Marsh Blue (1) lost Sebastopol Vikings (4)
May 2017 rainfall 20.3 millimetres
Goal - Justin Hobert (1).
Total at same time last year 302.5 millimetres
Under 16 Girls BYE.
Senior Women’s Div. 1
Bacchus Marsh SC (1) lost Ballarat North United (7)
Goal - Chantelle Curmi (1).
Senior Men’s Div. 2
Bacchus Marsh (3) def Victoria Park (1)
Goals - Alexis Joannidis (1), Daniel Pazsa (1), Jalen Shugg (1).
Pykes Creek Reservoir
The dam and reservoir are located on a tributary
of the Werribee River and impound 22,119 ML of
water when full, as seen in the picture above
Western Water Report Reservoir levels
Pykes Creek Reservoir at 31 May 2018 74.0%
Water level this time last year 81.0%

Ballan Golf Club

Results - Week ending Saturday 2 June
Wednesday 30 May – Men’s & Ladies.
Winner - Barry Sims (12) 31 points, R/up Bob Arklay (8) 30.
Magpie -14th Bob Arklay. NTP - 15th John Costello.
Saturday – Monthly Medal.
Winner on the day Bob Arklay 74-8-66
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NTPs - 12th Chris Tudor, 15th Don Wickson.
Magpies - 14th Frank Raffaele, 18th Bob Arklay.
Balls 4 - Cut-off 62: Bob Arklay, Chris Tudor, Don Wickson,
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Bacchus Marsh Junior Football Netball Club

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BFNL Interleague
Congratulations to the following Cobras who will be playing
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Ethan Mckercher, Josh Huxtable, Lachlan Meyer, Callum
Smith, William Lalor, Jack Darling, Riley Huxtable, Daniel
Lalor, Jack Parente, Mace Cousins. Good luck boys
Round 7
Junior Football
The Under 10 sides all worked hard in very cold conditions,
10 Church Street, Bacchus Marsh,
they are all progressing really well. The under 12 Reserves 8/151 Gisborne Rd,
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Under 16.5 reserves showed another great team effort today.
They moved the ball beautifully and shared with each other
well. Bacchus Marsh 9.12.66 East point 5.5.35. The Under
13 Girls team had an amazing win against Melton Central
Bacchus Marsh 7-1-53 Melton Central 0-2-2
Junior Netball
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The Under 17 Seniors lost their match - Bacchus Marsh 24
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Sebastopol v Darley – Round 6

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Darley Junior Football Netball Club CHFL

Results – Round 7 v Sebastopol

U/10 Seniors Central Highlands Football League
Darley 1-3-9 lost Sebastopol 3-3-21 Seniors
U13 Girls Football Results – Round 8
Goals – Kai Watkins 1
Darley 14-8-92 def Melton 0-2-2 Seniors Team % PTS
Awards – Kai Watkins, Declan Johansen,
Goals – Maddie Scott 4, Tahlia 1 Newlyn..................... 209.29 28
Billy Ferella, Isaac Jordan, Axel Morton. Buninyong 21.17 (143) def Skipton 6.8 (44)
Tschujasehenko 2, Ruby Thomas 1, Emily 2 Beaufort....................193.63 28
U/10 Reserves Gordon 13.17 (95) def Creswick 8.7 (55)
Cook, Memphis Menz, Shanayd Spence. 3 Waubra......................166.97 28
Darley 6-7-43 def Sebastopol 0-0-0 Jaclyn Moloney, Mia Bullen, Addison Wright, Bungaree 22.17 (149) def C’ham/Linton 2.0 (12)
4 Buninyong................. 194.74 24
Goals – Oliver Cape 3, Harvey Hoey 1, Will Alynta-Kerry Ribbons Daylesford 13.13 (91) def Clunes 7.8 (50)
5 Learmonth.................173.92 24
Baselmans Awards – Maddison Vella, Ruby Gellie, Ella Springbank 17.8 (110) def Learmonth 11.10 (76)
6 Springbank.................117.05 24
Awards – Will Baselmans, Oliver Quick, Hall, Alynta-Kerry Ribbons, Ruby Thomas. Ballan 10.10 (70) def R’wood/C’hap 10.6 (66)
Max Oakley, Oliver Cape, Noah Cini. 7 Bungaree..................148.25 20
NETBALL Waubra 12.9 (81) def Dunnstown 9.11 (65)
U/10 Development 8 Gordon......................129.35 20
U/11 Seniors Beaufort 10.11 (71) def Hepburn 10.9 (69)
Darley v Sebastopol 9 Hepburn....................105.06 20
Darley 24 def Sebastopol 2 Reserves
Awards – Jayden Murdoch, Rylee Burgess, 10 Creswick...................88.80 16
Goals – Mia Hayes 15, Jasmine Matthews 7,
Buninyong 17.22 (124) def Skipton 1.0 (6) 11 Dunnstown................73.36 12
Riley Rodgers. Jack Patton, Zavier. Emma Presnell 2
Creswick 12.15 (87) def Gordon 0.6 (6) 12 Skipton......................50.77 12
U/12 Seniors Awards – Mia Hayes (BOC), Alanah Tango,
Alexis Milner, Eve Blunt. Bungaree 6.9 (45)C’ham/Linton 4.7 (31) 13 Daylesford...................76.57 8
Darley 5-8-38 def Sebastopol 0-2-2
U/11 Reserves Daylesford 9.5 (59) def Clunes 6.5 (41) 14 R’wood/C’hap.............52.84 8
Goals – Jayven Tanner 2, Deacon Fawcett 1,
Joel Robinson, Zeb Vincent Darley 10 def Sebastopol 1 Learmonth 13.10 (88) def Springbank 2.5 (17) 15 C’ham/Linton............... 51.43 8
Awards – Joel Robinson, Jack Watson, Goals – Molly O’Prey 9, Imogen Iredale 1 R’wood/C’hap 13.10 (88) def Ballan 3.3 (21) 16 Ballan..........................48.02 4
Lachie Nash, Jack Anderson, Ned Loft, Tyler Awards – Abbey Vallence (BOC), Ellie Dunnstown 7.12 (54) def Waubra 6.6 (42) 17 Clunes......................... 44.13 4
Mitchell. Murphy, Alexandra Harris, Tahlia Beaufort 11.8 (74) def Hepburn 5.5 (35)
U/12 Reserves Scicchitano. Newlyn 8.7 (55) def Smythesdale 2.3 (15) Reserves
Darley 1-1-7 lost Sebastopol 2-2-14 U/13 Seniors 1 Beaufort....................385.14 32
Under 18
Goals – Daniel Baird 1 Darley 19 drew Sebastopol 19 2 Learmonth................. 337.19 32
Buninyong 13.8 (86) def Skipton 4.3 (27)
Awards - Ayden Champness, Rohan Goals – Jessica Hodger 10, Bridie Shanahan 9 3 Buninyong.................413.68 28
Creswick 12.11 (83) def Gordon 7.2 (44)
Champness, Jedd Rose, Noah Johansen, Awards – Milly Vallence (BOC), Tahla Ward, 4 Creswick...................156.79 24
Ava Densley, Ruby Gellie. C’ham/Linton 9.4 (58) def Bungaree 5.8 (38)
Memphis Watts, Charlie Oughtred. 5 Bungaree..................128.80 20
U/13 Reserves Clunes 20.6 (126) def Daylesford 0.0 (0)
U/14 Seniors 6 R’wood/C’hap........... 107.07 20
Darley 30 def Sebastopol 4 Springbank 15.8 (98) def Learmonth 2.5 (17)
Darley 6-6-42 lost Sebastopol 9-8-62 7 Dunnstown................103.41 16
Goals – Charlotte Drevensek 12, Maddy R’wood/C’hap 10.5 (65) def Ballan 9.2 (56)
Goals – Cooper Murley 3, Aaron Cadman 2, 8 Ballan.........................89.32 16
Vella 11, Ava Kajina 7 Waubra 9.15 (69) def Dunnstown 3.3 (21)
Brady Wright 1. 9 Smythesdale..............88.05 16
Awards – Maddy Vella (BOC), Charlotte Hepburn 20.13 (133) def Beaufort 3.3 (21)
U/14 Reserves 10 Hepburn....................83.63 16
Drevensek, Emma Shaw, Ava Kajina. Newlyn 22.20 (152) def Smythesdale 0.2 (2)
Darley 1-3-9 lost Sebastopol 6-8-44 11 C’ham/Linton.............73.72 16
U/15 Seniors
Goals – Seth Fawcett 1. Under 15 12 Clunes.......................69.92 12
Darley 23 drew Sebastopol 23
U/16.5 Seniors Skipton 9.7 (61) def Buninyong 4.4 (28) 13 Skipton......................48.81 12
Goals – Britney Ellis 14, Eliza Tango 9.
Darley 2-4-16 lost Lake Wendouree 14-19-103 Gordon 18.10 (118) def Creswick 4.4 (28) 14 Newlyn....................... 109.74 8
U/15 Reserves
Goals – Will Johnson 1, Riley Bankowski. Bungaree 21.18 (144) def C’ham/Linton 2.2 (14) 15 Waubra........................ 63.16 8
Darley 11 def by Sebastopol 27
U/16.5 Reserves Daylesford 6.3 (39) def Clunes 3.0 (18) 16 Daylesford...................49.24 8
Goals – Emily Cook 9, Edyn Thomas 2.
Darley 1-3-9 lost Sebastopol 16-11-106 U/17 Seniors Springbank 12.14 (86) def Learmonth 0.2 (2) 17 Gordon........................45.66 4
Goals – Luke Hayward 1. Darley 32 def Sebastopol 18 R’wood/C’hap 22.16 (148) def Ballan 0.0 (0) 18 Springbank..................38.21 0
Youth Girls Football Goals – Kaylee Banner 17, Ella Cook, 8, Waubra 7.11 (53) def Dunnstown 0.0 (0)
Darley 3-5-23 lost Gisborne White 9-6-60 Emma Winzar 7. Beaufort 15.14 (104) def Hepburn 0.2 (2) Under 18
Goals – Amber Mifsud 2, Liv Mifsud 1 U/17 Reserves Smythesdale 9.6 (60) def Newlyn 4.6 (30) 1 Springbank............... 556.96 32
Awards – Roni Thatcher, Tylah Wright, Darley 24 def Sebastopol 13 2 Hepburn....................674.00 28
Maddison Anthony. Liv Mifsud, Holly Van Goals – Tenaya Mills 15, Ebony Pigott 6, Central Highlands Netball League 3 Learmonth................. 312.72 28
Meel. Keeley Growcott 3. Central Highlands Netball League 4 Buninyong.................270.05 28

Bacchus Marsh Little Athletics

Results– –Round
Results Round8 8 5 Newlyn..................... 250.00 28
Club 13&U 15&U 17&U C B A 6 Creswick.................. 182.29 20
Bungaree 9 40 51 49 42 62 7 C’ham/Linton............. 181.73 20
The Centre Cross Country Carngham 25 14 14 26 17 19 8 Gordon...................... 107.05 20
Daylesford 25 38 13 17 21 18 9 Waubra......................134.54 16
meet was held at Myrniong
Clunes 17 15 23 29 44 40
Recreation Reserve on Satur- Gordon 13 18 21 34 29 42
10 Beaufort...................106.87 16
day morning. Creswick 23 25 30 28 26 51 11 R’wood/C’hap .......... 71.04 12
The Under 6 athletes raced Beaufort 19 17 16 27 27 40 12 Skipton......................59.43 12
around the Reserve grounds Hepburn 43 35 50 74 53 48 13 Dunnstown................40.93 12
and it was Elijah Grero who Newlyn 22 28 43 44 83 68
14 Bungaree....................65.63 8
recorded a 4 second win Smythesdale 20 13 3 2 3 15
15 Clunes.........................50.76 8
over the much improved Jax Buninyong 35 46 49 36 41 63
Coulton, while Jake Shan- Skipton 9 6 16 29 34 9 16 Ballan..........................23.30 0
non was the next home in Learmonth 9 24 35 36 49 59 17 Smythesdale............... 17.93 0
Springbank 31 15 12 26 29 35
3rd place. 18 Daylesford....................5.92 0
Dunnstown 43 10 44 25 36 49
The Under 7 & 8 athletes Waubra 1 22 9 22 41 53
competed over the 1000 me- Ballan 15 - 25 21 34 52 Under 15
tre distance. Deegan Doyle Rokewood 2 - 7 20 10 22 1 Skipton..................... 643.86 32
recorded a convincing win
2 Springbank................713.00 28
with Hudson Wisewould
in 2nd place; Tanae Grero CHFL Goal Kickers 3 Gordon......................505.16 28
was next across the finish 4 Bungaree..................299.12 26
line and the first girl home. 5 Daylesford................. 114.60 24
Luke Mirtschin Bungaree................................. 25
Myah Estlick recorded the 6 Beaufort....................245.19 22
fastest time for the Under 7s. Reserves 7 Buninyong.................176.95 20
Bridget Henthorn dominated over the 3km course at
William Flanagan was first Myrniong Reserve. Photo - submitted Rodney Watts Ballan....................................... 26 8 Smythesdale............. 171.71 20
to cross the line in the Under Connor Ronan Dunnstown..............................16 9 R’wood/C’hap...........203.03 16
9 & 10 1500m event while and Tyrah Doyle were the try Open Day. A number of
Under 18 10 Creswick..................136.46 16
Mackenzie Estlick ran a PB Under 11 winners. families will be heading up
on the Saturday and staying James Spicer Springbank............................. 52 11 Learmonth.................60.98 16
to finish 2nd overall, nar- Bridget Henthorn produced
rowly ahead of Nicholas Ide, at the Benalla Leisure Park Lucas Blazko Gordon..................................... 15 12 Waubra...................... 61.32 12
a dominating performance
who was the first Under 9 in the Open Age 3km event and then head out to Bald Under 15 13 Newlyn...................... 51.56 12
athlete home. with a massive victory over Hill Reserve on the Sunday Connor Parkin Springbank............................. 56 14 Hepburn...................... 49.12 8
Mitchell Wells and Elise the remaining field. morning to compete, while Daniel Pascoe Gordon..................................... 30 15 C’ham/Linton............... 37.50 4
Cook continue their win- This week Cross Country others will make the early Tobey Jeffrey Bungaree................................. 21 16 Dunnstown..................35.45 4
ning form recording victo- families will be travelling morning journey up the 17 Clunes.........................10.03 0
Lachlan Reynolds Gordon..................................... 20
ries in the Under 12s 2000m up to Benalla to participate Hume Highway on the Sun-
Max Filmer Bungaree..................................18 18 Ballan...........................0.54 0
race, while Noah Noorman in the Benalla Cross Coun- day morning.
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Cobras bury Swans in big win

Ballarat Football/Netball League
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Results – Round
Senior Results 6 6
– Round

Club A B C D 19&U E
Bacchus Marsh 55 34 38 37 22 24
rison King to the club adds wins over Lake Wendouree Match of the Round., LIVE Ballarat 47 53 40 42 55 25
Melton South 31 27 26 29 34 27
a further dimension through (56 points) and now Darley. from 2pm. Lake Wendouree 36 42 38 29 23 27
the midfield. His sheer size, Darley Coach Heath Scot- BACCHUS MARSH;- 6.3-39 Nth Ballarat City 44 45 14 20 35 -
running power and marking land made no excuses Sunbury 48 61 35 37 31 -
10.4-64 17.6-108 27.10- 172 Sebastopol 65 49 23 23 12 28
ability has had an immedi- post-match.
ate impact for the better. def Darley 37 41 42 29 47 5
“The result was a true re- Redan - 43 35 31 27 -
Liam Mullen continued his flection of where we’re now. BALLARAT;- 2.0-12 7.5-47 Melton - 30 24 33 32 -
good form in defence while 8.9-57 9.12-66
Matt Chisari and Nicholas
Too much is being left to too
few. It’s just been a grind for BACCHUS MARSH (BEST);
Ballarat Football League
Stuhldrier had their best Results – Round 8
us, hopefully we can rectify S. Sherlock, D. Burton, B.
games for the season. the situation with some hard Seniors
Speight, J. Owen, D. Velden.
Cobras Coach Travis Hodg- work and see some return Bacchus Marsh 27.10 (172) def Ballarat 9.12 (66)
N. Stuhldrier
son, although happy with to form sooner rather than Lake Wendouree 17.13 (115) def Melton South 13.12 (90)
the win, conceded his boys’ later.” BACCHUS MARSH North Ballarat City 14.7 (91) def Sunbury 6.10 (46)
second term was well below (GOALS); - B. Speight 5, A. Melton 16.17 (113) defeated Redan 5.10 (40)
Meanwhile the jury is still
par. Ballarat outscored the out on Sunbury for mine. Willits 5, J. Owen 5, H. King Sebastopol 8.12 (60) def Darley 7.4 (46)
by Todd Whelan
Marsh five goals to four to The Lions have a 4/1 win 3, S. Sherlock 3, R. Stuhldrier Reserves
remain within touch, just loss ratio (round five bye), an 2, D. Phyland, B. Griffiths, M. Bacchus Marsh 21.6 (132) def Ballarat 4.8 (32)
MOVE over Darley, there’s a 17 points adrift at the main impressive start to the sea- Melton South 13.6 (84) def Lake Wendouree 12.11 (83)
Chisari, D. Bishop.

new flag favorite in town. change. The 2016 Premier- son on face value. But delve a Sunbury 11.17 (83) def North Ballarat City 6.7 (43)
Bacchus Marsh has surged ship Coach didn’t hold back little deeper into those wins Melton 7.8 (50) def Redan 5.12 (42)
to the top of the BFL lad- in his assessment. and their form is not without Darley 12.11 (83) def Sebastopol 4.5 (29)

der and have firmed as ‘the’ “That second quarter was its flaws. Add to that a hu- Under 18.5s
team to beat after thumping clearly the worst quarter of miliating loss to North Bal- Ballarat 21.14 (140) def Bacchus Marsh 5.7 (37)
a struggling Ballarat by 106 football I’ve been involved larat first up after the bye, it
points at Maddingley Park Lake Wendouree 18.16 (124) def Melton South 7.3 (45)
with since joining the Club. does raise further questions
in last Saturday’s Indigenous Team % PTS North Ballarat City 6.13 (49) def Sunbury 4.10 (34)
At the end of the day, I set on their premiership creden- Seniors
round. the line (margin) in my head Redan 8.14 (62) def Melton 3.7 (25)
tials in 2018. Sunbury will 1 Bacchus Marsh.........165.68 20
The Cobras again flicked the
switch and piled on 17 goals
and we beat that, I just didn’t
like the way we did it,” he
start favorites in their next
two outings against a reju-
2 North Ballarat City....140.87 20
3 Sunbury....................135.21 20
Ballarat Junior Football League
4 East Point..................129.01 20 Results – Round 7
to two in a dominant second said. venated Sebastopol and then
5 Melton.......................153.39 16 U16.5 Seniors
half display. The match re- Trent Angwin (foot) and Ballarat. A true footy audit
6 Lake Wendouree....... 99.11 16 Lake Wendouree 14.19 (103) def Darley 2.4 (16)
sembled more like a party Jacob Chisari (delayed con- awaits the Lions in round 7 Darley........................108.42 12
‘forward of centre’ at times cussion) were left out of the nine with a meeting against Ballarat 8.12 (60) def Redan 5.8 (38)
8 Sebastopol.................83.96 12
for the Cobras. All were in- side and could miss another Bacchus Marsh at Madding- 9 Melton South................69.65 4 U16.5 Reserves
vited and unfortunately for week. ley Park. It’s then we’ll know 10 Ballarat .......................50.93 4 Ballarat 12.22 (94) def Redan 4.8 (32)
the Swans, everybody came. While the Cobras victory where Sunbury is really at. 11 Redan..........................53.37 0 Sebastopol 16.10 (106) def Darley 1.3 (9)
The new recruits weren’t came as no surprise it was North Ballarat too have a Reserves U14 Seniors
shy either. Ben Speight the results in other round 4/1 win loss record and sit 1 East Point .................277.46 24 Redan 8.9 (57) def Ballarat 4.6 (30)
(five goals), Jake Owen (five six matches that had heads second on the table with a 2 Darley........................249.73 20 Sebastopol 9.8 (62) def Darley 6.6 (42)
3 Bacchus Marsh.........152.94 16
goals), Aaron Willits (five turning. healthy percentage. I wit- 4 Melton South............. 115.21 16 U14 Reserves
goals), Harrison King (three Reigning premiers Darley nessed their only loss for the 5 Sunbury.................... 110.59 16 Redan 15.12 (102) def Ballarat 1.1 (7)
goals) and Matt Chisari (one were upset on the road to year to date, a 93 point belt- 6 Lake Wendouree.......85.50 12 Sebastopol 6.8 (44) def Darley 1.3 (9)
goal) combined for 19 of the Sebastopol while the previ- ing at the hands of Bacchus 7 Melton........................ 80.11 12 U12 Seniors
27 majors to put the rest of ously unbeaten Sunbury Marsh back in round three. 8 Sebastopol.................63.76 12 Ballarat 9.5 (59) def Redan 3.5 (23)
the competition’s defences were thrashed by North Bal- Again, I’m not convinced. 9 Redan...........................63.26 8
10 Ballarat........................66.20 4 Darley 5.8 (38) def Sebastopol 0.2 (2)
on notice. larat to the tune of 45 points. North’s wins have come U12 Reserves
11 North Ballarat City......58.23 4
Daniel Burton was the The Devils again struggled against Sebastopol (eighth),
Under 18.5s Ballarat 6.4 (40) def Redan 0.1 (1)
stand-out in the ruck and to hit the scoreboard in their Ballarat (tenth), Redan (elev-
1 Lake Wendouree......285.82 24 Sebastopol 2.2 (14) def Darley 1.1 (7)
gave first use to his followers 14-point loss, managing just enth) and Sunbury. 2 East Point..................138.33 24 North Ballarat 15.10 (100) def Ballarat Storm 0.0 (0)
all day. His tap outs to ad- seven goals for the match For now, I’ll rest my case. 3 North Ballarat City... 344.85 20
vantage and follow up work against an opposition who The Marsh will travel to 4 Sunbury....................142.23 20
alone was enough to land had won just one game in MacPherson Park this Sat- 5 Ballarat...................... 118.35 16 BFL Top Goal Kickers
him in the votes. Captain their opening five rounds. In urday for their Round seven 6 Darley.........................95.58 12 Seniors
7 Redan...........................71.27 8
Scott Sherlock (three goals) fairness to Sebastopol they showdown against Melton 8 Bacchus Marsh............45.33 8 William Young North Ballarat City................ 32
continued to impress with did have the bye in Round while cross town rivals Dar- 9 Melton..........................90.48 4 Aaron Willitts Bacchus Marsh....................... 24
his work rate and efficiency four and have returned im- ley are at home to Melton 10 Melton South............... 24.71 4 Benjamin Speight Bacchus Marsh........................16
by foot. The return of Har- pressively with back to back South in APPLE 98.5FM’S 11 Sebastopol...................0.00 0 Brian Graham Darley...................................... 12
Bacchus Marsh Vs Ballarat Photos Tim Saultry Ethan Tibbles Bacchus Marsh....................... 26
Aaron Speak Darley.......................................14
Jake Edwards Darley....................................... 7
Under 18.5s
Jack Tuohy Lake Wendouree.................... 15
Connor Ascough Darley........................................ 9
Rylan Porter Bacchus Marsh......................... 8
Joel Cadman Darley........................................ 7

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U16.5 Seniors
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Riley Constable Ballarat......................................16
Spencer Jenks Bacchus Marsh........................10
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U14 Seniors
James Clark East Point................................ 27
U14 Reserves
Jordan Kroussoratis Redan........................................19
Braith Stainton Bacchus Marsh......................... 6
U12 Seniors
Jarrod Joyce Mount Clear........................... 15
Jayven Tanner Darley........................................ 9
Cody Salmon Bacchus Marsh......................... 6
Samuel Lalor Bacchus Marsh......................... 6
Max Hoey Darley........................................ 5
U12 Reserves
Cooper Glenwright Ballarat..................................... 12
Deegan Giles Darley........................................ 4
Ayden Champness Darley........................................ 4
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Karate kid has Olympics in sight Goldfields Women’s Football League

Results – Round 7
By Todd Whelan AFL Goldfields Women’s
Redan 9.19 (73) def Melton Centrals 1.0 (6)
MEET Ben Debortoli, Bac-
East Point 7.7 (49) def Gisborne 3.2 (20)
chus Marsh’s very own
Under 21 Australian Karate Carisbrook 16.12 (108) def Ballarat 3.5 (23) AFL Goldfields
champion. Lake Wendouree 10.15 (75) def Darley 0.0 (0)
Women’s Football
While this discipline of BFNL U18 Youth Girls
Martial Arts doesn’t get the Ballarat Swans 17.9 (111) def Carisbrook 0.2 (2) League Ladder
wider recognition as other
North Ballarat City 2.4 (16) def Redan 0.2 (2) AFL Goldfields Women’s
leading sports, this 18-year
Ararat Storm 5.8 (38) def Laker Wendouree 3.2 (20) Team % PTS
old’s achievements need to
1 Redan........................669.62 28
be shared and celebrated. RDFNL U18 Youth Girls 2 East Point................. 465.88 24
Ben has recently put the Sunbury Kangaroos 7.6 (48) def Melton Centrals 5.1 (31) 3 Carisbrook................218.92 20
world on notice after his Gisborne White 9.6 (60) def Darley Devils 3.5 (23) 4 Melton Centrals........139.05 16
thrilling ‘on the buzzer’ 5 Gisborne................... 137.81 16
Bacchus Marsh Cobras 9.15 (69) def Diggers Rest 1.4 (10) 6 Bacchus Marsh..........75.00 16
win in the final of the Oce-
ania Championships held in AFL Goldfields U15 Youth Girls 7 Ballarat.......................49.46 16
Auckland, New Zealand a 8 Lake Wendouree.........56.82 8
Sunbury Kangaroos 7.3 (45) def Melton JFNC 2.3 (15)
fortnight ago. It was the Bac- 9 Darley............................8.35 0
Redan 9.2 (56) def Melton Centrals 1.1 (7)
chus Marsh Grammar stu-
Lake Wendouree 4.1 (25) def East Point Dragons 2.1 (13) BFNL U18 Youth Girls
dent’s first win in the event, 1 North Ballarat City....290.70 24
his gold medal already tak- BFNL U13 Junior Girls 2 Laker Wendouree.... 235.58 20
ing pride of place in ‘the tro- Ballarat Swans 6.6 (42) def Carisbrook 2.2 (14) 3 Redan........................195.96 20
phy room’. The success adds North Ballarat 4.5 (29) def Redan 3.4 (22) 4 Ararat Storm.............126.87 16
to an already impressive CV, 5 Ballarat Swans..........108.62 16
Bacchus Marsh’s Ben Debortoli is all smiles after his gold East Point Dragons 3.4 (22) def Ballarat Storm 1.2 (8)
his conquering list of wins 6 Creswick....................44.49 12
medal win in the Oceania Championships earlier this month.
at local, state and national RDFNL U13 Junior Girls 7 Carisbrook....................8.40 4
Photo - submitted
levels read well beyond his Bacchus Marsh Cobras 7.11 (53) def Melton Centrals 0.2 (2)
years. to represent Victoria for the RDFNL U18 Youth Girls
ships in the Canary Islands, Darley Devils 14.8 (92) def Melton JFNC 0.2 (2) 1 Sunbury Kangaroos.478.95 28
The youngster is well first time in 2011 and hasn’t Spain. 2 Melton Centrals........242.86 24
grounded, humble and is missed selection since. The goal thereafter is sim- 3 Gisborne Blue.......... 295.24 20
well aware he couldn’t have His ongoing commitment ple, and one he’s well aware
Goldfields Women’s Football League 4 Gisborne White.........232.87 16
done it alone. Family sup- to the discipline has been of. Top Goal Kickers 5 Darley Devils............. 137.27 12
port has been incredible, exemplary. An inaugural “Tokyo Olympics 2020,
6 Bacchus Marsh Cobras.25.41 8
the tutelage of coach Wayne AFL Goldfields Women’s Competition 7 Diggers Rest Burras.....8.01 4
Australian Championship that’s the dream.” he said,
Noble from the Shindo Ka- Madalyn Clarke Bacchus Marsh ...................... 13
title win in 2013 sparked an “That’s the big one”. AFL Goldfields U15 Youth Girls
rate Academy, invaluable. amazing run of five consecu- BFNL U18 Youth Girls
Ben’s had to make many a 1 Redan........................345.37 24
Together they’re a team to be
tive national title victories, to sacrifice along the way, even Jorja Hammond North Ballarat.........................10 2 Lake Wendouree.....1231.58 20
reckoned with - the results
be defended again later this when it comes to opening the 3 Melton Centrals........203.77 20
speak for themselves. RDFNL U18 Youth Girls
year in August. Caloundra, fridge. Remaining healthy 4 East Point Dragons... 157.92 12
But it didn’t happen Ruby Watts Gisborne...................................10 5 Sunbury Kangaroos....43.88 8
Queensland will host the and under the weight class
overnight. is crucial. Holly Van Meel Darley........................................ 5 6 Melton JFNC................. 6.10 0
Ben’s come a long way since “The desserts, especially Imogen Goullet Darley........................................ 5
In the Under 21/75kg class BFNL U13 Junior Girls
he was first taken to a Karate the apple crumble is what I
Ben is ranked number one AFL Goldfields U15 Youth Girls 1 North Ballarat........... 622.22 28
class in 2005 at aged five, 13 miss the most.” he said.
in Australia; he’s 11th in the Charlotte Hopkins East Point..................................16 2 Redan........................726.00 24
years ago. The Geelong Cats A few of mum’s favorites 3 East Point Dragons.... 91.18 20
fan initially joined the class world and he’s up for the BFNL U13 Junior Girls
for a gold medal, now that 4 Ballarat Swans..........109.22 16
to ‘hang’ with friends but I challenges that lay ahead. Bindi Crabtree Redan....................................... 15
sounds like a fair trade to 5 Lakers........................35.98 12
am guessing the parents had Juggling VCE studies and 6 Carisbrook...................25.48 8
me. RDFNL U13 Junior Girls
their own ideas on the last- training four days, six ses- 7 Ballarat Storm.............. 11.79 4
Help Ben’s dream become Phoebe Prout Gisborne.................................. 15
ing benefits of Karate. sions per week, can’t be easy.
reality and consider a spon-
While friends in his class Credible performances in Tamara Henry Bacchus Marsh....................... 15 RDFNL U13 Junior Girls
sorship or donation today. 1 Bacchus Marsh.........861.54 28
for one reason or another next year’s Austrian Open Head to ‘Ben Debortoli Maddie Scott Darley...................................... 13
2 Gisborne White.........678.00 24
gave Karate away, Ben per- and the World Youth Cup in karate’ facebook page for Tahlia Tschujasehenko Darley........................................ 6
3 Darley Devils............. 242.74 16
severed and with that came Croatia will earn Ben a crack more information on how Chloe Gibson Bacchus Marsh......................... 6 4 Melton Centrals.384 18.23 8
reward. Ben was selected at the 2019 World Champion- you can show your support. Emma Stewart Bacchus Marsh......................... 4 5 Melton JFNC.................3.30 8

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