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WHAT’S ALL THE FUSS? – Two-day old Brooklyn Tansey was oblivious to all the fanfare as she was cuddled by Minister for Health Jill Hennessey at the official opening of the $1.6m
maternity upgrade at DjHS, watched by first time parents Clint and Melanie from Melton. Photo – Helen Tatchell

Baby boost for Bacchus
By Kate Taylor The funding was announced by Minister Hennessy in late maternity unit and as a recent addition to the Djerriwarrh
2016 , following revelations of unnecessary baby deaths at team, it’s energising to step into this rejuvenated building,
Victorian Health Minister Jill Hennessy visited Bacchus the hospital. which sets up the health service for the long term,” Ms Scott
Marsh last week to open the $1.6 million renovation of the Hospital Administrator Dr John Ballard said the completion said.
maternity unit at the Bacchus Marsh and Melton Regional of the refurbishment project is another important milestone “This capital investment by the State Government -
Hospital. in the transformation of Djerriwarrh Health Services, as combined with the support and a generous donation from
The Ladies Auxiliary contributed $300,000 towards the it continues to adapt to better meet the needs of its rapidly the Ladies Auxiliary - will allow us to substantially upgrade
project, with a plaque also unveiled on the day (Wednesday growing and diversifying communities. and expand our level of patient care at the Hospital.
27 June) acknowledging their efforts. “The upgrade of the maternity unit is another vote of “The refurbishment of the maternity unit - along with the
The refurbishment project was part of a $10.6 million capital confidence in Djerriwarrh Health Services and its future,” Dr $9 million theatre redevelopment currently underway - is
investment program in Djerriwarrh Health Services. Ballard said. vital for the Health Service, and our ever-expanding local
With the new unit, the maternity ward is expected to be able “The new maternity unit will equip the Hospital and its staff communities,” she said.
to handle up to 1200 births per year. to better meet and deliver outstanding levels of care for all Member for Buninyong Geoff Howard also attended the
It has also boosted the number of post-delivery beds in the patients, residents and clients.” official opening.
maternity unit from 11 to 15. Recently appointed Chief Executive Officer at Djerriwarrh “We are proud to invest in the future of Djerriwarrh Health
The redevelopment project also included the upgrading of Health Services, Belinda Scott said the refurbishment of the Services. We’re supporting their dedicated doctors and
existing nurse workstations and delivery suites, as well as maternity unit is a significant boost for the Health Service. nurses to deliver the best possible care in the best facilities,”
the addition of a three-bay nursery. “I warmly welcome the official opening of the revamped Mr Howard said.

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Minister fobs off health service
By Kate Taylor
Ballan is not a state-run
Auditors have found that
Ballan District Health and hospital…. Our priority is
Care’s finances are in a state our state-run services.
of poor health.
According to information - Minister for Health
on their website, losses over
the past two financial years Jill Hennessy
is measured in the millions,
BDHC is also expected to re- government – and without ed claims that two families
cord another loss this finan- them, BDHC would not be are owed reimbursements
cial year. able to continue to operate as of the $400,000 residential
An independent audit of it currently is. bond that is paid when a
BDHC’s 2017 annual finan- “We are not able to provide person enters the aged care
cial report noted problems. the same level of service facility – that the payments
without some sort of gov- are now eight weeks over-
“We draw attention to the
ernment partnership,” Mr due, and that BDHC cannot
financial report, which in-
Weaire said. afford to pay them.
dicates that the association
has a working capital deficit “They’ve put in a lot of mon- “It’s not as simple as ‘have
of $5,474,762 at 30 June 2017 ey… and there’s a bit to go.” you paid them on time.’”
(deficit of $4,624,247 in 2016),” Mr Weaire said that the He said that aged care
the audit report reads. losses are a matter of struggles to pay its way.
“The Association recorded ‘allocations.’ “Out of 52 beds, only ten are
a Net Loss before capital and “When you look at the fi- residential bond funded. If
specific items of $1,810,855 in nances, a lot of the loss is that was 60 per cent (as is the
2017 compared to a net loss about allocations. We put ideal level) then we would
of $1,839,950 in 2016. These what we need to allocate for have $12 million in the bank,
events or conditions, along further growth and develop- with interest of $400,000 per
with other matters as set ment, a lot of it is allocations, year. But the community
forth in Note 1(a), indicate so it’s a cash-flow loss, as it pays for it – we had one fam-
that a material uncertainty were. We’re still continu- ily just leave someone here, Despite the $1.6m upgrade to DjHS and a proposed $461m for Ballarat Health Services,
exists that may cast signifi- ing to pay our bills, pay our and we’re not going to turn Health Minister Jill Hennessy has nothing in the kitty for Ballan. Photo – Helen Tatchell
cant doubt on Ballan District debts.” them away because they Below: The Ballan & District Health Service that is crying out for an injection of State and/
Soldiers’ Memorial Bush However, Mr Weaire refut- can’t pay the $400,000 bond.” or Federal government support funding. Photo – BDH&C
Nursing Hospital Hostel
Inc.’s ability to continue as a
growing concern. Our opin-
ion is not modified in respect
of the matter,” the audit re-
port read.
Victorian Health Minister
Jill Hennessy was asked last
week, at the opening of the
$1.6m maternity upgrade
to the Bacchus Marsh and
Melton Regional Hospital,
if the state government had
neglected the BDHC.
“Ballan is not a state-run
hospital…. Our priority is
our state-run services,” the
Minister said in her reply.
“I do know that the Depart-
ment of Human Services is
looking at supporting Ballan
in any way it can.”
BDHC CEO Wayne Weaire
told ABC Radio Ballarat last
week that the service is look-
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Lo trial begins
By Meg Kennedy
Not signed,
sealed, or
delivered …
Accused murderer Yu Tung ‘Tracey’ Lo had text messaged
friends on her phone that she planned “to kill someone”, the
Supreme Court of Victoria has heard.
A jury was empanelled, and witnesses gave evidence last
By Kate Taylor
week at the trial of Ms Lo who appeared before Justice Jane
Dixon, charged with the murder of Bacchus Marsh man Paul To endorse or to receive, that was the question before
Hogan outside his home in Labilliere Street Bacchus Marsh councillors at the June meeting when it came to a partnership
in May 2016. with the Corangamite Catchment management Authority.
The accused, flanked by police either side of her, appeared The Corangamite Regional Catchment Partnership
emotionless as witnesses recounted their involvement with Agreement is a result of the state Water Minister’s direction
Ms Lo. that all Catchment Management Authorities should have
Two witnesses told the court they had met Ms Lo through partnership agreements – however, councillors were cautious
a mobile phone app known as ‘WeChat’, and Ms Lo had text when the document was put before the June council meeting
messaged one of the two men that she planned “to kill some- for endorsement.
one in the brain”.
“We are being asked to endorse this, but it is not our
Another witness, a former work colleague of the accused, document,” West Ward Councillor Tom Sullivan pointed out.
said Ms Lo stated she was sick of Mr Hogan and “wanted
could move in with them in the days prior to Mr Hogan’s “Does this bind us to provide additional resources?” East
him dead”.
death. Ward Councillor Dave Edwards asked.
“I just thought she was overreacting,” witness Rae told the
Ms Lo had contacted an Airbnb host about accommodation Cr Sullivan moved, and Cr Edwards seconded, an amended
court.
on the night before the murder. motion to have council simply ‘receive’ the partnership
Defence barrister Peter Chadwick QC described Ms Lo as document instead of endorsing it, and added a point to invite
using “colourful language” and “not shy in expressing her The host told the court Ms Lo had written to her, writing
the CCMA to make a presentation on it to council.
opinions” in his opening statement to the jury, reciting lyrics that she was living with “someone who is abusing me”.
The partnership agreement does also involve several
from 70s rock band the Bee Gees, “It’s only words”. On the morning of Mr Hogan’s death, Ms Lo was seen wait-
other agencies which have also been asked by CCMA for
Ms Lo had been living with Mr Hogan at the Labilliere ing outside the house with all her belongings by multiple
endorsement.
Street property for just under a month before his death, and witnesses.
The partnership is expected to create healthier and more
the two were planning to marry. The pair had allegedly argued the night before about text
productive land, biodiversity and water assets, and ecosystems,
Mark Davies, a marriage celebrant who was preparing the messages on Ms Lo’s phone found by Hogan, according to
improved regional economic wellbeing and liveability,
couple’s pending marriage, told the court Mr Hogan had witness Peter Hughes, the housemate who lived with Hogan
create greater community ownership and stewardship of
been “uncomfortable” with Ms Lo finding out his age. and Lo at the time of the incident.
our natural assets, create shared understanding of impacts,
Ms Lo and Mr Hogan had signed important pre-ceremony Paul Hogan was found dead in his white van with a single create value for money from investment in natural resource
documents prior to the incident, and Davis told the court he gunshot wound to his head at around 8:20am on Tuesday, management, and strengthened implementation of the
was “satisfied nobody was being forced into marriage”. May 24, 2016. Corangamite Regional Catchment Strategy and other key
Three witnesses told the court that Ms Lo had asked if she The hearing continues in the Supreme Court this week. state and regionally relevant policies as required.

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A game to bring everyone on board
Community members from the 2015 their families to develop resilience in
Scotsburn fires have come together to create preparing for bushfires and emergencies”,
a ‘Fire Game’, promoting education around she said.
fire safety in preparation for the upcoming Moorabool Mayor Cr Paul Tatchell said
bushfire season. educating primary school students in
Titled “Should I Stay or Should I Go: the district and across the state on fire
Be Prepared”, the board game aims to preparedness will benefit many people, as
educate primary school children on fire children will share details of the game with
preparedness. their parents, family and friends.
The Scotsburn Leadership Group - now “The card photographs of the local area,
known as ‘Accelerate Scotsburn’ - created pre and post fire are something that will
the game, which was inspired by a similar be remembered by all who play this board
concept from the Surf Coast Shire. game,” Cr Tatchell said.
Group member Carol Bond said the game The game will be launched to local schools
has a “local meaning and was developed by in the coming weeks.
local people. More information can be found by emailing Scotsburn PS students show Moorabool Mayor Cr Paul Tatchell the newly designed board
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Becoming an Australian
By Helen Tatchell India, South Africa, United Kingdom,
USA, Uganda and the Philippines to
“It is the best job to do as Mayor, officially make Australia their new
without hesitation,” Cr Tatchell said home.
before introducing 21-adults and three “Australia is a tapestry made up of all
children to receive official Australian cultures of the world,” Cr Tatchell said.
Citizenship. “This country is for everybody and an
“This is the most humbling experience, enormous commitment for you all.”
welcoming people into our country as New citizens were presented with a
official citizens,” he said. welcome gift comprising of a Certificate
At the official ceremony in council and a native tree.
chambers at Ballan, Moorabool’s newest Want to become an Australian Citizen?
citizens had travelled from countries Contact the Citizenship Information
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Councillor in stalking case
By Caitlin Bewley
(1st Yr Swinburne Uni)
No love was lost in the Bacchus Marsh
court as a Moorabool councillor sought an
intervention order against a resident.
Cr Tonia Dudzik had an interim intervention
order approved by Magistrate Robinson on
Friday 1 June, with Godwin Aquilina from
Maddingley to be served.
The matter was heard on Friday 22 June
before Magistrate Ronald Saines and it didn’t
take long for the anger to erupt.
Mr Aquilina was attempting to prove the
unfair treatment he has faced from his local
council.
It was alleged on numerous occasions
Aquilina made the victim (Dudzik) feel
threatened and afraid, Barrister Damian Geoff Howard (Member for Buninyong) with Mitchell Henderson, Eden Batten and Labor
Ballan, appearing for Dudzik, told the court. Cr Tonia Dudzik is seeking an intervention candidate Michaela Settle at Ballan Preschool. Photo – Damien Weiland

Including all
“I’ve been bullied and abused by council order against Godwin Aquilina
and I’m sick of it,” Aquilina told Magistrate Magistrate Saines denied his request.
Saines. “You are foul, you are obscene,” Aquilina
“I’m starting to get entirely confused, shouted at Magistrate Saines.
there’s so much fabrication it’s disgusting,” “You are planning a civil attack, there is no

youngsters
Aquilina said. common sense,” Aquilina said.
Magistrate Saines asked the accused if
Magistrate Saines, became unsettled with
he was removed from council chambers
the insults and directed the hearing to a
recently because he removed his clothes.
Contest Matter in Ballarat in August.
“Well I was asked to leave, so I did. But I
A disgruntled Aquilina stood up and
didn’t take all my clothes off, it was only my Ballan and District Preschool has benefited recognising their efforts to ensure that all
walked out of the court before the hearing
overalls,” Aquilina said. from the Inclusive Kindergartens Facilities children deserve the facilities they need
concluded.
“Bring the children [to be witnesses] because Program, with funding to the tune of $10,000. to get the most out of their early years’
Cr Dudzik was represented by Barrister
children do not lie, they were there when it Member for Buninyong, Geoff Howard
Damian Ballan and was contacted for education,” Mr Howard said.
all happened,” Aquilina told the court. visited the Preschool to celebrate the funding
“The court will not involve children in a comment but declined, due to the on going Across Victoria there have been 219
legal nature. announcement and said it will enable the
stalking case,” the Magistrate said. successful kindergartens securing grants for
facility to rejuvenate the outdoor area with
The outbursts continued throughout the new equipment, such as wheelchair ramps,
An intervention order is a court order new equipment and safety improvements.
hearing with Aquilina making comments of moveable change tables, sensory playkits,
it “being an unfair trial, I can see it already.” designed to protect a person by placing “These upgrades will allow them to expand
their outdoor programs, providing a more adjustable chairs and Braille books.
The accused asked Magistrate Saines if it limits on the behaviour of another
was possible to change the intervention order person. An intervention order can be accessible and inclusive recreation and play These grants are the first to be provided
to him being able to be within five metres of made to protect a person from: physical space. through the new $6.4 million Inclusive
Dudzik, so that he could “still attend council assault, sexual assault, harassment. “I’m pleased that Ballan and District Kindergartens Facilities Program - a
meetings.” Preschool have received this funding, Victorian-first initiative.

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Grants deferred
By Kate Taylor Decisions are still pending
How did we on Cartier World Travels’
Council’s Tourism and Busi- application for $10,000 to pro-
ness Grants are under fire for
get to the criteria
vide walk in information and
possibly ‘losing the plot.’ of funding local an active website targeting
Last year, council approved business? domestic and international
$12,400 for tourism grants visitors in its Ballan shop-
and $5,000 for business - Cr Pat Toohey front; and a $3,000 grant for
grants, to be administered by the Marsh Rodders Swap
the economic development money to non-community Meet and Show ’n’ Shine
unit. groups?” Cr Toohey said. event which last year attract-
“The Tourism and Business A council officer replied that

Honesty the best policy
ed 10,000 visitors.
Grants Program is designed St Anne’s Vineyard does run
to support organisations If approved, the St Anne’s
events and originally asked
and businesses to plan and and Cartier applications
for $20,000 but was reduced
execute new tourism and would have exceeded the
to $4,000, and that busi-
business initiatives likely to nesses can apply and will be maximum allowed grant
By Caitlin Bewley O’Dell was arrested to Bacchus Marsh
significantly increase visita- assessed. amount because there were
(1st Yr Swinburne Uni) police station and further questioned about
tion to Moorabool Shire and Cr Toohey was not satisfied no other eligible applicants to both the setup and the significant amount
to increase levels of economic with the response however, give the funding to, and the of cannabis he grew in his home.
A man walked free from the Bacchus
activity,” read a report tabled and the motion to approve funding must be allocated by
Marsh Court on Friday June 22, after The prosecutor told the court the accused
at the June council meeting. the grants was amended to the end of the given round.
marijuana related offences were heard said he googled how to make it [the
However, some of the 2017/18 approve only that of the Bac- “The Tourism and Business hydroponic setup] and that he “grew it for
before Magistrate Ronald Saines.
allocations raised the interest chus Marsh Tourism Asso- Grants Program assessment personal use”.
of Woodlands Ward Council- ciation, with a decision on the Ryan O’Dell, a 38-year-old father of two,
process was competitive, and Self-represented O’Dell told Magistrate
lor Pat Toohey. others to be deferred. was charged with possession of cannabis.
merit based. To be considered, Saines he was ashamed of what he did.
“St Anne’s Winery is a busi- St Anne’s had applied for the applications had to adhere to Melton police enforced a search warrant
“It would be nice if I could get away
ness. All of a sudden we are funding to create a profes- eligibility criteria provided on the accused’s house this year on March
without a conviction today.”
giving $4,000 to bring busi- sional five-minute cinematic in the guidelines,” the report 23, discovering thousands of dollars worth
ness to their business, what presentation highlighting O’Dell was informed by the Magistrate on
read. of the illegal substance being grown in
does the community get out the local wine industry the illegality of cannabis.
“Common sense would tell O’Dell’s home.
of this? These grants were and Moorabool’s tourism “If you [O’Dell] want your kids to smoke
us to allocate the obvious Prosecutor Senior Constable Lisa cannabis by the age of 12, then having it
originally set up for com- offerings.
worthy, and defer the others,” Schoemaker told the court there was a laying around your house is the way to go
munity groups, have we lost The Bacchus Marsh Tourism
the plot on what the intention Cr Toohey said. hydroponic setup at the property. about it.
Association grant of $3,000
of the grant is?” Cr Toohey was approved and will be The item was moved by Cr “This included heat lamps, charcoal and “I’ve given you a considerable measure of
asked the meeting. used to help create an event Dudzik and Keogh, with Cr fertilisers that were keeping six cannabis leniency because of your honesty from the
“How did we get to the crite- commemorating the cente- Toohey making an amend- plants alive. A blue esky containing 727 beginning,” Magistrate Saines said.
ria of funding local business? nary of the planting of the ment to defer until further grams of cannabis inside was also found,” O’Dell was fined $1000 and placed on a
Why are we handing out Avenue of Honour. information was received. she said. 12-month good behaviour bond

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Pursuant to Section 130 of the Local Government Act 1989, Moorabool Shire Council advises
Mechanic Bacchus Marsh Depot – Permanent Full Time
that at the Special Meeting of Council on Wednesday 27 June 2018, it adopted an Annual Budget
- Applications close Friday 20 July 2018
for the financial year 2018/19.
Mechanic Ballan Office – Permanent Full Time
The document can be viewed at Council Offices at the following locations:
- Applications close Friday 20 July 2018
15 Stead St, Ballan, 182 Halletts Way, Darley and 215 Main St, Bacchus Marsh.
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Access to the document is also available on Council’s website www.moorabool.vic.gov.au.
- Applications close 13 July 2018.
NOTICE OF AN APPLICATION FOR PLANNING PERMIT All details available from the website: www.moorabool.vic.gov.au
Address of Land: 23 Thomas Drive, Land Title Particulars: Lot 134 on PS 628116E
Hopetoun Park VIC 3340 BALLAN RECREATION RESERVE COMMITTEE OF MANAGEMENT
Notice is given of a Public Meeting to be held at Ballan Recreation Reserve on Tuesday
Description Details: Variation of a Restrictive Covenant AL468832X, item k to allow for a 31 July 2018 commencing at 7:30pm.
wider outbuilding The purpose of the meeting is to nominate no less than three and more than nine persons as
The applicant for the permit is: C The application reference number: the Committee of Management for the Ballan Recreation Reserve for a term of three years.
Burrows PA2018124 The current committee’s term will expire on 17 August 2018. All positions will be declared
You may look at the application and any documents that support the application at the office of open and nominations will be accepted prior to or on the night. Nominations from women are
the Responsible Authority: Moorabool Shire Council, 15 Stead Street, Ballan. 182 Halletts encouraged.
Way, Darley. https://greenlight.e-vis.com.au/moorabool. This can be done during office Further information, nomination forms and nominee declaration forms may be obtained by
hours and is free of charge. Any person who may be affected by the granting of the permit may contacting your local Department Of Environment, Land, Water and Planning office or at the
object or make other submissions to the Responsible Authority. The Responsible Authority will meeting.
not decide on the application before - 17 July 2018. For further enquiries please contact the Secretary, John Waddington on 5368 2106.
NOTICE OF AN APPLICATION FOR PLANNING PERMIT
TENDERS
Address of Land: 29 Ruxton Way, Land Title Particulars: Lot 47 on PS 527327D Moorabool Shire Council invites tenders for the following contracts:
Hopetoun Park VIC 3340 Tender Number Tender Description
Description Details: Variation of Item (k) on Restrictive Covenant AE109504J to C35 – 2017/2018 Design and Construct Equestrian Cross Country Course - Bacchus
construct an outbuilding 24.0m long x 12.0m wide & 4.8m high to the eaves Marsh Racecourse Recreation Reserve
The applicant for the permit is: The application reference number: C38 – 2017/2018 Construction of New Sports Oval - Bacchus Marsh Racecourse
L Day PA2018131 Recreation Reserve
You may look at the application and any documents that support the application at the office of Tender documents and full details of this notice will be available on 30 June 2018 at
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hours and is free of charge. Any person who may be affected by the granting of the permit may
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EXCERPT
(2018 Peter Carey Short Story Award winner)

Being the mother By Anne Casey

Somehow, we get away with the baby. We Two girls with no sense.
can’t believe our luck when we land on the We are heading for town but there are other
train, baby in her stroller cheeky as a mon- places we can walk around with the pram.
key and the whole day ahead of us. We think the housing commission flats
We figure out how to use the brake on the might be a good place to start, so we get off
pram. It isn’t very good and a couple of times at Macaulay Station. The high-rise flats rear
the pram rolls, but we catch it in time. Once up, four blocky buildings, fifty stories high,
the train gets going, we talk about where arranged at angles to each other like Lego.
we’ll go, what we might do. The plan is to go We’ll blend in there, with the other teenage
into town and walk around, maybe go down mothers and their pimply mates.
to the gardens and have lunch on the grass. I push the pram to start with. The baby has
The baby eats pureed food so one of us will fallen asleep, slightly tipped over. We set
have to spoon feed her. She can eat chips off down Macaulay Road, it’s further than
though because she’s good at holding things we thought to the flats. Several times older
in her chubby little fist. women pass us, checking the baby first and
We both want to be the mother and argue then frowning at the sight of us. Boys who
about whether being a relative is a better rea- would usually hassle us or at least say some-
son than the fact the baby is the exact spit of thing, look at us first and then the pram, and
the other person. In the end, we agree to take decide to keep going.
turns pushing the pram. Whoever has the Things pick up once Julia takes over. The Winner Anne Casey with Judge Jane Rawson. Photo submitted
pram, if someone asks, that person can say baby looks like her baby, especially when she
they are the mother and the baby her baby. wakes, and you see they have the same blue
2023CS

Even if no-one asks, they will think one of eyes and curly hair. Julia is bossy about the
us is the mother, the teenage mother with a pram once she gets hold of it. She throws her-
baby, too young to have a baby, should be in self into the role, making all the decisions,
school and where is the father? Some hope- striding ahead, inventing sudden dramas
less unreliable boy who’s run off or denied that require stopping, murmuring into the
he was the father anyway. No father in the pram in a low serious voice.
picture, just a teenage mother with a baby in The full version of Anne’s story can be read
a pram, and her friend, the other teenager. in the spring edition of Meanjin.

Judge’s comments (Jane Rawson)
“Perhaps I just love a story in present tense. Being the mother also rollicks along
in the now, and a lot of it is told in first-person plural. From the very first mo-
ment – ‘Somehow, we get away with the baby’ – I was sucked in to this joyous,
cheeky, life-embracing story of two young girls who steal a child and proceed to
treat it very nicely and have a lovely time. It is full of hilarious sentences and the
tone of the storytelling, the self-righteous, serious attitude of the teenage baby-
thief narrator, is a delight. My congratulations to Anne Casey for writing ‘Being
the mother’, this year’s winner of the Peter Carey Short Story Award.”

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Pick me,
pick me!
By Kate Taylor

It turns out that Moorabool’s
new Economic Development
Taskforce is the place to be.
Membership on the new group
DEL  RIOS  LUNCH  MENU   was discussed at the June
council meeting, where three
councillors were expected to
Tapas   Mains   be nominated to serve on the
    taskforce.
Garlic  Prawns                        $8                                                    Smoked  
               First
    Sup,
almon  
EastSalad  Ward(quinoa,  
Council-tomatoe
Albondigas  (Spanish  meatballs)                    $8   onions,   lor Jarrod capers,  Bingham
cos  lettuce   &  rocket  salad  
nominated
Patatas  Bravas    (baked  potatoes  spicy  tomato  sauce)                                      $6      homemade   himself. d ill   m ayonnaise)                                                
Warm  marinaded  Olives  served  with  crusty  bread              $8     del Rios Sparkling
“Can someone nominate me?” Brut
Photo: Helen Tatchell   asked Mayor Paul Tatchell.

Skate park needs new home
Spanish  Jamon  Serrano  (served  with  bread)              $10    
Spanish  Tortilla  served  with  bread                                        $8       Fish  Cr
of  tBingham
he  Day          obliged
  – with
   
 
Suggested East Wardwine: Councillors 2011 John Sauvignon Ke- B
Bruschetta  (Tomatoes,  Spanish  onions,  basil                                            $10  
  ogh and Tonia Dudzik then also
topped  with  Meredith  marinaded  goats  fetta)  
Spanish   Paella  
requesting to(be chicken  
nominated. and  seafood  ri
 
By Kate Taylor But it also identifies a new playground right new site has been
Mussels  Española  served  with  crusty  bread                                                    $12         identified and confirmed. served   w ith  
“This should be an assembly s alad               of  
where the current skate park is located. “A strong theme in the feedback on the draft
Suggested councillors,” West Ward Coun-wine: 2011 Pinot Noir
(Mussels  steamed  with  garlic,  tomatoes,  basil  &  white  wine)          
The Ballan Recreation Reserve Masterplan has “The Ballan  Recreation Reserve Parents and master plan is the desire to retain the skate park   cillor Tom Sullivan noted.
officially been adopted – but not without first Friends Group have recently received funding facilities for young people to access in Ballan. TheSpanish   chicken  sWard alad        Council-
                                                     
Spanish  twice  baked  chicken  wings       Woodlands
making sure that there will be a skate park in the via the Stronger Communities Programme to feedback suggests a strategy for replacement ofGrilled  tender  pieces  of  chicken  marinate
town. Served  
supplement their with  crusty  
own fundraising bread          for
initiatives     the   skate park   facilities   within        $10  
Ballan   should be lor Pat Toohey asked if the
Traditional  
taskforceSpanish   meetings herbs   &  spices  
would be served
Having been drafted, displayed, commented  
a project to remove the existing playground and developed before it is moved,” read the report. of  lettuce,  rocket,  tomatoes,  spanish  onion
on, and reported on, the plan underwent a final Bocadillos  
install a new playground atdthe e  Creserve.
horizo    The
(Spanish  
new chorizo   Councilswill liders)   now      look                  at      $12   components  &  mrecorded,
       whether however CEO Rob
ango                            
significant change before it was approved at the playground is 2  
identified within thewmaster planchorizo,   Croxford said that they would
small  bread   buns   ith  grilled   of thetopped   existing skate park can be moved to a newSuggested wine: 2008 Marsanne
June council meeting. to be located on the csite
with   of the current
aramelised   skate
onions,   park peppers,  
roasted   location.rocket   not, because some of the in-
  formation discussed would be
The plan provides strategic direction for the and as such needs
 &  hto be addressed
omemade   appropriately,”
mayonnaise   A working group will also be established, andAnakie  Wagyu  Burger  topped  with  a  to
future development and investment at the read a report tabled
Suggested at the meeting.
wine: “Anarchist” aRed community consultation plan developed and considered to be confidential.
Blend $8/gl $30/bot
 &  roast  
The p epper  relish,  
councillors voted cheese  
to open &  crispy
reserve over the next 10 years and identifies Discussions about
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served   w ith   c hips  
potential longer term uses of the reserve to serve the plan aside,Spring  
councillors voted
grape   to only
pickers   approve
Tapas   Platter  design
                 options
                           for
             skate
                     park    $20  facilities within up the membership to all coun-
the community. the plan, including moving Ballan. Suggested cillors, and wine: not just 2009 three. Cabernet
Selection   of  the skate park,
Spanish   cold  once meats,   a o lives,  
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Approval to revive heritage building
By Kate Taylor

Lal Lal’s historic railway
station will be restored to its
former glory with the help of
a grant possibly worth close
to three-quarters of a million
dollars.
The station is probably most
famous for its use during the
time of the Lal Lal races on
New Year’s Day – an event
second only to the Mel-
bourne Cup in the late 1800s,
and which saw 30,000 race-
goers attend in its heyday.
Although the station will
not be re-opened to trains, it
will be restored through the
VicTrack program which re-
stores rail assets to a condi-
tion that they can be used by
the community.
As part of the deal, Moora-
bool Shire Council will be re-
quired to hold the head lease
on the site, and a report on
the matter tabled at the June
council meeting explained
how the grant eventuated.
“Interest in restoring the Lal
Lal Railway Station began Lal Lal railway station will be preserved under a close to $800,000 injection of funds by VicTrack. Photo – Kristina Kitchingman
eight years ago. The (now
requires confirmation is “Simply, there is no evi- this has so much potential cluding tenders, is expected visitor information, photo-
defunct) Friends of Lal Lal
in relation to the proposed dence… the state govern- for the community,” Wood- to result in work beginning graphic displays, a museum
Railway Station Group en-
tered into discussions with lease arrangement in regard ment gives these communi- lands Ward Councillor Pat mid-next year.
of local history, historic rail-
VicTrack over potential new to Council’s level of support ties great facilities and then Toohey told the meeting. However, the scope of the
for the project.” handballs them to council way society displays, local
uses in 2012,” the report Councillors voted to take works is subject to the archi-
It was there that the project who can’t fund them. I am on the head lease, with ob- tectural design, structural school use and possibly as a
read.
“Out of this group, the Lal met opposition, from East not convinced,” Cr Edwards jections from Dave Edwards engineering reports and tea room.
Lal Railway Committee Moorabool Ward Councillor replied. and Jarrod Bingham. other site investigations that And while the tracks may
was formed in March 2017. Dave Edwards. Other councillors pointed The preparatory work will would be conducted in the
be silent for now, there is
They then joined the Lal Lal “I have questions ... we out the potential economic involve initial site investiga- pre-planning stage, result-
development opportunity it ing in the range of the grant one proposal that could see
Catchment Landcare Group struggle with small commu- tions including structural
forming a sub-committee in nity halls at the moment and could provide for the area, evaluation, features survey, amount being between the long-lost sound of steam
June of the same year.” we are taking on another including jobs. and a geotechnical report, $500,000 and $800,000. engines echoing once again
VicTrack then reviewed one, is this needed in the “This has potential for with an architect then ap- The annual cost to council through the Lal Lal bush.
the proposal completed by community?” he asked the jobs in our community. An pointed by VicTrack to work is expected to be $1200, with
“…as a destination for train
the sub-committee and it meeting. investment of $500,000- with council and commu- maintenance performed by
met the required selection “There is community want $800,000, it is a no-brainer nity stakeholders on the con- VicTrack. tours from Ballarat,” read
criteria. and need for this,” a council really – it used to deliver up cept design. Potential uses for the build- one suggestion contained
“The only component that officer replied. to 10,000 people to the races, The 12-month process, in- ing, once restored, include within the report.

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

Enquiries - 0409 681 138 Anna or 0421 905 558 Tamsin. 
ADULT EDUCATION Bacchus Marsh & District Garden Club
Ballan & District Community House Meeting 2nd Tuesday of each month, 7.30pm at The Laurels, 229 Main St, Bacchus Marsh.
For class enrolment information, venue hire and costs; please call 5368 1934 or email info@ Guest Speakers. Supper after each meeting. All Welcome. Enquiries - Wendy 5367 4170.
bchvic.org.au Ballan Anglers Inc
Darley Neighbourhood House & Learning Centre - Short courses and classes. Meeting second Wednesday every month. Hudsons Hotel, 7.30pm. More anglers and families
33-35 Jonathan Drive, Darley. BM & District Photography Club - Meetings 2nd & 4th needed and welcome – 0400 003 936.
Wednesday of month, 7.30pm. Enquiries welcome. Phone 5367 4390. Rose-Carers of Maddingley Park
The Laurels – Bacchus Marsh Community College - Courses and classes. Working Bees every 3rd Wednesday & Sunday of each month. All welcome. Enquiries - 0418
229 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh. Enquiries & enrolments - 5367 1061. 171 119.
U3A Bacchus Marsh - Active seniors social learning, for daily activities contact 5367 5341 or Bacchus Marsh Family Drug Support Group
visit our website - www.u3abacchus.org.au For Family Members who have a loved one affected by drugs. Enquiries - 1300 660 068.
Alanon Support Group - for families of alcoholics
MEETINGS Meets at 10.30am on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month at the Uniting Church Hall,
Gisborne Road, Bacchus Marsh. Enq - 0421 222 717.
CWA - The Marshians Night Branch Bacchus Marsh - Meet first Tuesday of month - The
Lal Lal Moorabool Photographic Group Inc
Hub, Wittick St, Darley,7pm.  Enquiries - Gay Hooper 0413 350 012.
Meeting 3rd Wednesday each month, 7pm. Soldiers Memorial Hall, Lal Lal. Enquiries 5341
Ballan & District CWA - Branch meetings – 2nd Thursday each month. RSL Hall, Inglis St,
7535.
Ballan, 7.30pm. All welcome - enquiries to 0407 992 767 or email ballandistrictcwa@gmail.
Footscray Poultry Club (at Bacchus Marsh)
com Meetings held 2nd Sunday of month, 2pm. Poultry Pavilion. Racecourse Rec. Reserve, Balliang-
Ballan District Vintage Machinery & Vehicle Club Bacchus Marsh Rd, Bacchus Marsh. All welcome – Kerry 9741 9705.
Meetings - second Monday each month, 8pm. Tom Mullane Pavilion, Ballan Racecourse
Reserve. Enquiries – Brian 5368 2255 or Ray 5368 1177.
The Pottery Group
MARKETS
Tuesday and Saturday 1pm-3pm, at the Public Park Hall (next to Tennis Courts), Stanley St, Ballan Lions Club Market
Gordon. All welcome. Enquiries to Maureen 0447173031. Next market – Saturday 7 July 2018. First Saturday each month - Inglis St, Ballan – 9am-1pm.
Bacchus Marsh Playgroup Enquiries – 0402 390 080 (Wayne).
(Behind St Andrew’s Church) Cnr Gisborne Rd & Lerderderg Street, Bacchus Marsh. Monday- Darley Market
Friday 9am, 11am, 1pm & 3pm. Enquiries – Cindy 0433 651 066. Saturday 7 July 8am - 1pm. 1st & 3rd Saturday each month at Darley Park Football Reserve.
Moorabool Mission Recovery Group Enquiries – 0488 345 145 (Alan).
Struggling with addiction; Pain from the past; family member out of control? Ballan Farmers Market
Meeting weekly - Wednesday, 12.30pm – Jean Oomes Room, Lerderderg Library, Bacchus Next Market – Saturday 14 July, 9am-1pm. 2nd Saturday each month, Mill Cottage car park.
Marsh. Enq- Pastor Merv Patton – 0412 290 036. Enq – 0498 361 291 or 0490 114 130.
Ballan Playgroup
Every Tuesday of school Term. St John’s Anglican Church Hall - 9:30-11:30am. CHURCH
Anglican Parish of West Moorabool
Service Times - St John’s Ballan - 1st & 3rd Sundays - 9:30am; 2nd & 4th Sundays – 11am
Family Service; St John’s Bungaree – 1st Sunday 6pm Saturday; 2nd, 3rd, 4th Sundays, 9am.
Enq. - Rev. Wesley - 5368 2730. 
Ballan Uniting Church (St Paul’s) - Services 11.15am every Sunday.
B3 Community
Focused, family friendly church with a difference. Services every 2nd & 4th Sundays at Avenue
Bowling Club, Main St, Bacchus Marsh.
Bacchus Marsh Christian Church
Sunday Services 10am with kids program. 222 Main St, Bacchus Marsh. Enquiries 9028 2622.
Bacchus Marsh Uniting Church Parish
Services - St Andrew’s 9.30am every Sunday. Pentland Hills 2pm 1st Sunday of month.
Enquiries - 5367 2543 (office).
Holy Trinity Anglican Church - Bacchus Marsh
Service Times - Bacchus Marsh - Sunday 9am and 5pm; Balliang - 2nd Sunday 11am, 4th
Sunday 9am; Myrniong – 1st & 3rd Sunday 11am. Enquiries – 5367 5362. 
Church of the Living God
Christian youth ministry and bible teaching. 2nd Sunday of every month, 5pm. Open to all
ages. At 14 Darcy St, Maddingley. Enq – 0408 260 727.
Bacchus Marsh Baptist Church
Sundays, 10:30am, Worship Service and Children’s Program. Phone 5367 6550 for more details.
Our Lady Help of Christians Korobeit - Mass every Saturday 6.30pm.
Golden Harvest Christian Fellowship
Non denominational - Prayer every Sunday 10am, Men’s KYB Monday evenings 6pm (0429
681 566.) Ladies KYB Wednesday 1pm (5367 6834).
Bacchus Marsh Life Church
Meeting 10am every Sunday at the BM College Drama Room, in Grant Street.
Enquiries Pastor Merv - 0412 290 036.
St Bernard’s Bacchus Marsh Catholic Church
Mass Times – Saturday- 5pm; Sunday – 8.30am & 10am. 

Ballan & District Community Bank® Branch
You’re invited!
Community Planning Forum
What’s your next project?
Date: Wednesday 18 July 2018
Time: 6:30 for a 7pm start
Venue: Ballan Recreation Reserve (Cowie Street, Ballan)
RSVP: community@mooraboolcel.com.au or Ballan & District Community Bank® Branch on 5368 1133
The Ballan & District Community Grants Program is a management account of Community Enterprise™ Charitable Fund. ABN 12 102 649 968. The Bendigo Centre, Bendigo, VIC, 3550.
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Conveniently Located to
Melbourne, Ballarat & Daylesford
Look
before
you leap
Around two-in-three didn’t
understand the meaning of
conveyancing, and perhaps
more alarming, the concept
of an offset account. More
than eight in every ten did
not grasp the concept of
lenders’ mortgage insurance
or that there was no cooling
off period after buying at
auction. Seventy-eight per
cent didn’t know that bid-
GIL KING ding successfully at auction
CEO, REIV requires an accompanying
deposit.
17 Jasmine Crescent, Ballan Home ownership is om-
Despite this, nearly 70 per
nipresent on the wish lists
Price: $445,000 - $455,000 cent of first home buyers
of Australians and govern-
claim to be confident about
This impressive home is perfectly placed on a ments have sought for some
making financial decisions
time to provide incentives
generous 580m2 corner allotment and surrounded and about 50 per cent say
for people to secure a foot-
by premium homes in downtown Ballan. Versatile they understand purchasing
hold in the property market.
process and associated costs.
and spacious, this brand-new abode just 12 Grants for first-time buyers,
One would expect that
months old offers 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and 2 with regional bonuses and
owner occupiers and inves-
living areas, and delivers private proportions and stamp duty concessions
tors would score higher on
have assisted many with
effortless everyday luxurious living along with an this test, but more than a
their first rung on the prop-
ideal price tag for investors, downsizers, couples quarter still couldn’t hit the
erty ladder. pass mark of 50 per cent.
and professionals unwilling to compromise on For all but a few, taking that Leaping from the diving
high-end living. Just minutes from the Ballan first step involves dealing board before checking there
Train Station and 20 mins from Ballarat. with a bank or other finan- is water in the pool is not rec-
cial institution and a com- ommended. There are many
View: Sat 7th July 12.00 - 12.30pm mitment to a mortgage. websites that can educate
Contact: Chris Leonard 0409 0409 23 Reading an ME Bank report prospective buyers about the
published in late June, it things they need to know. If
seems that many homebuy- in doubt, ask an accountant
ers are making purchases or a financial planner or talk
blindfolded or at best, with to a bank.
blinkers on. That bank’s For our part, the REIV in-
survey of 1000 Australians vests a lot of time and energy
looking to buy, or having in the training of real estate
recently bought first homes, professionals, believing that
found that 61 per cent of an informed property sector
them couldn’t pass a basic benefits not only agents, but
banking literacy test. buyers and sellers too.

51 Lydiard Street South, Ballarat 3350 Contact: Chris Leonard 0409 0409 23
Phone 5331 1111 www.prdballarat.com.au www.prdballarat.com.au
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22 Riverview Drive, Hopetoun
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Positioned in one of Melton south’s most high demand areas, situated on a
large 587m2 (approx.) block with possibility of subdivision (STCA), located within
close proximity to all levels of schooling, Melton South train station, a short walk
to the all-new Atherstone estate with all of its existing/future amenities and
infrastructure, such as; football ovals, schools/child care, athletics oval, parks and
much more, giving this property the surrounding foundations to further secure its
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Inspect Saturday 7th July 10.00–10.30am
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Lucas Ekerbicer 0418 465 892

Thinking of Selling? Call Vickie Ramon 0403 194 621 or Shane O’Brien 0431 766 082

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Arbee Real Estate
AUCTION 2 Simpson Street, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 49 Connor Street, Bacchus Marsh
4 2 16 3 2 2

FORTHCOMING AUCTION! Close To Town, Great Views
Presenting a rare opportunity to purchase this fully refurbished 4 This terrific family home is in a great location within walking distance of
bedroom home with substantial shedding that can accommodate up to the Main St & with fantastic views. 3 bedrooms, master with BIR and
15 cars. On a huge 1880m² parcel of prime residential land in one of the full ens plus a door to the rear deck, large lounge, spacious meals area,
best streets in the Bacchus Marsh CBD. kitchen with gas stove, rangehood & dishwasher. Gas ducted heating &
2 x RC split systems. Double garage with rolladoor front & back.

INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
AUCTION Saturday 14th July at 11.00am FOR SALE $490,000-$520,000
CONTACT Peter Leonard 0429 671 990 CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157
WEB arbeerealestate.com.au WEB arbeerealestate.com.au

FOR SALE 180 Masons Lane, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 9/11 Graham Street, Bacchus Marsh
4 2 4 2 2 2

5.5 Acres Close To Town Townhouse Living In The Heart Of Town
Beautiful family home, huge outdoor entertaining area & extensive Modern, bright, spacious townhouse. Beautifully fitted kitchen with
shedding. 4 bedrooms, master with WIR & ens, remaining 3 with BIRs, modern appliances central to meals area & lounge & direct access to
spacious kitchen with island bench & an adjacent meals area & huge covered alfresco. 2 large bedrooms with BIRs plus study or 3rd
lounge room. Ducted evap cooling, reverse cycle a/c & wood heater. bedroom. Master with ENS & spacious bathroom with spa, separate
Outdoor entertaining area joins the house to the 400sqm shedding. shower, vanity & toilet. Ducted heating & reverse cycle split system.

INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $1,750,000 - $1,850,000 FOR SALE $475,000-$495,000
CONTACT Peter 0429 671 990 Daryl 0409 233 157 CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157
WEB arbeerealestate.com.au WEB arbeerealestate.com.au

FOR SALE 26 Rutherford Court, Maddingley FOR SALE 2/38 Gaynor Street, Bacchus Marsh
Location, Location, Location!
Don’t miss out on the opportunity to secure this very well located flat
block of land within walking distance to the Railway Station,
Maddingley Park, Grammar School and Secondary College. In a court
location there is no through traffic in this quiet neighbourhood.
Approximately 411m2 you have the privacy of a rear block but with the
bonus of rear lane access should you desire, and you can design your
dream home to suit.

INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $240,000-$250,000
NEW LISTING CONTACT
WEB
Daryl Gould 0409 233 157
arbeerealestate.com.au

FOR SALE 33/96 Gisborne Road, Bacchus Marsh
1 1 1

Ideal Retirement Living Unit!
Rutherford Business Park Modern one bedroom unit, affordable retirement option. Located in
Ranging in various sizes from 150m2 to 218m2, these innovative designs offer: Three phase power. A collection of versatile friendly senior’s community, comes with meal options and a central
workspaces in a bespoke gated development ideal for small businesses, tradesmen, SMSF’s & Investors. Architecturally designed. recreation space, whilst still able to live independently. Spacious
Lofty clear span warehouse. Loading bays. Container height rollerdoors. Wide road for easy truck access. CCTV security. Electronic lounge with split-system A/C, good size bedroom, kitchenette,
security gates. On site car parking. Staff amenities. Excellent depreciation benefits. updated bathroom, private courtyard and allocated parking space.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $295,000-$350,000 exc GST FOR SALE $110,000-$120,000
CONTACT
WEB
Peter 0429 671 990 Daryl 0409 233 157
arbeerealestate.com.au PRICE REDUCED CONTACT
WEB
Daryl Gould 0409 233 157
arbeerealestate.com.au

FOR SALE 16 Myers Street, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 4 Miles Court, Bacchus Marsh
3 2 2
This Is A Rare Opportunity!
Build Your Dream Home Here!
Finding a block of land to build your dream home on is difficult, but
This great block of 698m2 approx is in a great location close to schools finding a block this size and in this location is even more difficult.
and childcare centres and surrounded by new homes. Gently sloping Magnificent 900m2 block of land surrounded by tightly held
from left to right this block is ideal for the dream home of your design. established homes just 1km from the Main Street. In a quiet Court
Land is highly sought after in Bacchus Marsh which is an ideal place to location, have a look at this block with your builder and imagine the
live within easy commute to Melbourne or Ballarat via car or fast rail. home you can build to take advantage of this elevated position.

INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $270,000-$290,000 FOR SALE $390,000-$410,000
CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157 CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157
WEB arbeerealestate.com.au WEB arbeerealestate.com.au

Ian McDonald Steve Creese Daryl Gould Peter Leonard Denise Sniegowski Liam Gair
5367 2333 0475 888 101 0409 233 157 0429 671 990 0456 044 024 0407 385 297

www.arbeerealestate.com.au
140 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh 5367 2333
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Charming Home on Small Acreage Private Sale Views Galore & Character Home on Private Sale
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Price $749,000 - $799,000 Price $1,225,000 - $1,275,000
fully renovated 1940 weatherboard Escape the hustle and bustle and arrive
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4.52 acres of bushland with a large Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128 serenity go hand in hand. This grand Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128
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close to the Bacchus Marsh township between elegance and character.
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style, high ceilings, hardwood floors, light bush and with amazing view to the
feature press metal ceilings in the Wombat State Forest.
hallway, 2 toilets and wood heater.
open. An investment opportunity may open up by
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Thursday and there could be real potential - but careful
evaluation is a must.
LEO—July 23-August 22

Stars & Puzzles
This week is not the time for any kind of showdown, so
don’t attempt fate. It is however, a time for tackling a
new work project and getting to know a new side of a
(till now) casual acquaintance.
VIRGO—August 23-September 22
Originality is the present keyword and especially in the
domestic environment. Don’t compromise just for the
sake of keeping the peace. A loved one may change your
QUICK PUZZLE plans abruptly.

★★★★★★★★ LIBRA—September 23-October 22
A small financial disappointment is possible, perhaps
because of unanticipated expenses and a purchase may
have to be postponed. The good news is that family
★★★★★★★★ relationships improve and romantic spirits soar.

SCORPIO—October 23-November 21
ARIES—March 21-April 20 You are on the go Thursday - Friday, but the weekend
could bring relief in the form of a helpful family. Check
It’s not what you know but who you know - and your sources before passing along any information now. Travel
contacts do wonderful things for you right now. Precision for business or pleasure, not both is favoured.
should be you current byword. Don’t be sloppy about any
form of detail work. SAGITTARIUS—November 22-December 22
TAURUS—April 21-May 22 The week is marked by at least one near miss and two
This week includes some luck, but it’s the kind you earn uncanny coincidences. Go after the best advice before
such as a bonus or promotion, not the kind you walk into. investing or moving funds. A loved one may be incon-
If you are alone now, you are relatively content as well. sistent on the weekend.

GEMINI—May 23-June 21 CAPRICORN—December 23-January 20
A significant accomplishment in your work environment There is a great chance for reconciliations, but you must
takes place this week and there’s news of a reunion as make the first move. Best friends are keeping you
well. Financial matters become entangled by the weekend, laughing. Your boss or another authority figure may
but you still can make monetary gains. surprise you with his or hers own brand of humour.
CANCER—June 22-July 22 AQUARIUS—January 21-February 19
NO. 9050 A significant number of exciting times in your romantic This is a great week for expanding your circle of acqua-
ACROSS DOWN life happen now, so long as you are willing to be more intances and joining a new type of organization. A prob-
1. Stare (4) 1. Sheen (5) open. An investment opportunity may open up by lem situation could come to a head before the weekend.
7. Deadlock (9) 2. Dance (5) Thursday and there could be real potential - but careful Your independent streak surfaces Friday - Saturday.
8. Capital city (4) 3. Variety (6) evaluation is a must.
9. Stop (4) 4. Drunk (6) PISCES—February 20-March 20
10. Entrance (4) 5. Self-satisfied (4) LEO—July 23-August 22 A communication from far away adds mystery to the
11. Deer (4) 6. Shopkeeper (9) This week is not the time for any kind of showdown, so week. Unfortunately a big secret you have may have to
14. Buffoon (10) 12. Region (9) don’t attempt fate. It is however, a time for tackling a be brought into the open on the weekend, and don’t forget
16. Bullied (10) 13. Bite (4) new work project and getting to know a new side of a the weekend is for challenging, not pampering yourself.
19. Fag out (4) 15. Boat (4) (till now) casual acquaintance.
22. Shoot (4) 17. Breathe out (6)
24. Difficult (4) 18. Crowd (6) BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK
VIRGO—August 23-September 22 You manage to be the centre of attention wherever you
25. Remunerated (4) 20. Angry (5)
26. Pugnacious (9) 21. First born (5) Originality is the present keyword and especially in the are, but when you put your all into everything, you are
27. Soothsayer (4) 23. Spice (4) domestic environment. Don’t compromise just for the sometimes a little too hard and demanding of yourself.
sake of keeping the peace. A loved one may change your The rest of the year ahead emphasizes new faces, but old
CRYPTIC PUZZLE plans abruptly. established ideas.
ACROSS LIBRA—September 23-October 22
1. Am unhappy about the work myself (4). 7, The money A small financial disappointment is possible, perhaps
and occupation those on it don’t have (9). 8. Wine went
because of unanticipated expenses and a purchase may

SUDOKU
up (4). 9. A nice day? That’s great! (4). 10. Instrument
no Boeing will carry (4). 11. A girl speaking sadly (4). 14. have to be postponed. The good news is that family
Great satisfaction (4,6). 16. “Roof in need of repair” relationships improve and romantic spirits soar.
makes one mad (5,5). 19. Soothsayer who was sighted
(4). 22. Contend it’s a boom (4). 24. Promise a hot shower SCORPIO—October 23-November 21
to (4). 25. Henry Fonda initially got an equal part (4).
26. Having to contend with being very close to (2,7). 27. NUMBER GAME
You are on the go Thursday - Friday, but the weekend
could bring relief in the form of a helpful family. Check
Hurry! There’s a drop of liquid! (4). sources before passing along any information now. Travel
for business or pleasure,
ANSWER not both is favoured.
BELOW
DOWN
1. Have mother look up the name (5). 2. Thanks to dad’s SAGITTARIUS—November 22-December 22
having provided food (5). 3. What a shame it is that one’s
unhappy? (6). 4. Falters on seeing people brandishing The week is marked by at least one near miss and two
things (6). 5. Someone singing to the man above (4). 6. uncanny coincidences. Go after the best advice before
Argue stupidly once over scrambled egg (9). 12. Lounge investing or moving funds. A loved one may be incon-
about, then I get father’s presents for the kids (9). 13. sistent on the weekend.
Try to get a marksman (4). 15. The white one are not as
tall as the others (4). 17. Seem to be at home and you CAPRICORN—December 23-January 20
call on (4,2). 18. Stupid, but so terribly to the point (6). There is a great chance for reconciliations, but you must
20. Don’t let anybody read the letters (5). 21. Speak of make the first move. Best friends are keeping you
making a comeback, too (5). 23. Silver is in again: it’s laughing. Your boss or another authority figure may
very fashionable (4). surprise you with his or hers own brand of humour.
AQUARIUS—January 21-February 19
SOLUTIONS - CROSSWORD NO. 9049
(rev.). 23, R-ag-e. This is a great week for expanding your circle of acqua-
QUICK SOLUTIONS
15, Lies. 17, Look in. 18, Obtus-E. 20, Erase. 21, Refer intances and joining a new type of organization. A prob-
Across - 7, Flamethrower. 8, Answer. 9, Dinner. 10,
Wavers. 5, Al-to. 6, Enco-urage. 12, Loll-I-pop’s. 13, Shot. lem situation could come to a head before the weekend.
Capsule. 12, Slump. 15, Terms. 16, Approve. 18, Scorch.
Down - 1, Ma-ria. 2, Pa’s-ta. 3, Crying (shame). 4, Your independent streak surfaces Friday - Saturday.
20, Nature. 22, Circumstance.
F(onda). 26, Up against. 27, Tear.
PISCES—February 20-March 20
Down - 1, Elongate. 2, Smew. 3, Sterile. 4, Trade. 5,
loose. 19, Seer. 22, Spar. 24, Oath (anag.). 25, Hal-
Swindler. 6, Cree. 11, Sombrero. 13, Maverick. 14, Span-
(n)O-Boe(ing). 11, A-las(a lass). 14, High salary. 16, Slate A communication from far away adds mystery to the
ish. 17, Shout. 19, Cock. 21, Tray.
Across - 1, M-op-e. 7, Bread-line. 8, Rose. 9, Fine. 10, week. Unfortunately a big secret you have may have to
CRYPTIC SOLUTIONS be brought into the open on the weekend, and don’t forget
CRYPTIC SOLUTIONS the weekend is for challenging, not pampering yourself.
Across - 7, Litter basket. 8, Re-form. 9, Return. 10, R-
hale. 18, Throng. 20, Irate. 21, Elder. 23, Mace.
ioters. 12, Slack. 15, Skirt. 16, V-ending. 18, Up-roar.
6, Stationer. 12, Territory. 13, Gnaw. 15, Punt. 17, Ex- BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK
20, Inst-I-L. 22, Chestnut tree.
Down - 1, Gloss. 2, Polka. 3, Strain. 4, Blotto. 5, Smug. You manage to be the centre of attention wherever you
Down - 1, Lime-rick. 2, O-TT-O. 3, (tormen)T-remors(e).
Seer. are, but when you put your all into everything, you are
4, Parry. 5, Skittled. 6, S-tar. 11, Turn-over. 13, Cons-
Tire. 22, Stem. 24, Hard. 25, Paid. 26, Truculent. 27, sometimes a little too hard and demanding of yourself.
ider. 14, Resi-due. 17, T-Ruth. 19, Pack. 21, Site (sight).
Gate. 11, Stag. 14, Nincompoop. 16, Browbeaten. 19, The rest of the year ahead emphasizes new faces, but old
Across - 1, Gape. 7, Stalemate. 8, Oslo. 9, Halt. 10, established ideas.
QUICK SOLUTIONS
SOLUTIONS - CROSSWORD NO. 9050
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GARAGE SALE FUNERALS DEATH NOTICE THANK YOU
Saturday 7 & TURNBULL, Carol Ann
Sunday 8 JULY Passed away peacefully surrounded by her loving family Donald George Younger
From 8am both days on June 22, 2018. Aged 62 years. 17.9.1948 - 4.5.2018
Huge! Moving house Dearly loved wife of Terry for 45 wonderful years.
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Terra cotta pots, We would also like to thank Dr Sooknandan, Dr Sadhai
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framed art. Pin Up Girls. Peace at Last

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PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE
DISSOLUTION OF
PARTNERSHIP BALLAN
Take notice that as from CRICKET CLUB
20/06/18 the partnership Annual General Meeting
of Paul Saksida and
Monday 16th July
Mark Houston trading as
‘Auberhalb’ was dissolved. at 7.00pm Bacchus Marsh Soccer Club
Mark Houston has resigned Results - Round 11
Ballan Clubrooms,
from the partnership. Paul
Cowie Street
Saksida will continue to Under 13s Div 1 Open
operate the business under All Welcome Bacchus Marsh Blue (1) lost Sebastopol Vikings (4)
the name of ‘Auberhalb’. Goals - David Dillon (1)
Under 13s Div 2 Open
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Defiant Devils Claim Roosters Scalp
opponents in third place on was kept to the solitary goal “Attitude and effort is what efforts with some damaging Baker was hopeful the same
the ladder. was against East Point when was asked of the players pre outside run and finish. attitude and effort could be
Despite the Roosters kick- they suffered one of their match,” he said. The Devils’ team winning taken on the road.
ing eight of the last ten only three defeats for the “There was also a focus effort was palpable. From “East are a tough side, with
goals of the game, it was the season (their other loss 93pts on nullifying North’s two Abe Kur’s never -say-die some quality players. The
Devils explosive (four goals, v B/Marsh when he kicked (match winning) forwards, combative skills in the ruck, Johnston brothers, (Joel) At-
five behinds) first term that 6.4). Young and Dunstan. We to Jake Edwards’ lead up ef- tavi and (Jake) McQueen
proved the difference. The Darley playing coach Heath were very happy with the forts forward and Luke De- will need some attention.”
defensive chemistry of the Scotland’s influence could way Darren Leonard and
Devils’ backline six was not be ignored. His “class lahey’s run and carry off half DARLEY: 4.5-29 7.9-51 9.14-
Rhys Ellis went about their
responsible for keeping the above” work in the air, skill back, the Devils were on, in- 68 11.17-83 defeated NORTH
business. They were very
potent North Ballarat City execution by hand and or vested and in need of a scalp. CITY : 0.0-0 3.5-23 7.10-52
important for us.”
forward line scoreless in the foot is an anomaly really, an And that, they claimed. 11.12-78
Similar to Bacchus Marsh’s
opening stanza to maximise enviable treat for the com- Although the reigning DARLEY (BEST) - S. Page,
by Todd Whelan 15 point home win over Sun-
an early lead. petition whether you sup- premiers won just one of D. Leonard, J. Zeestraten, L.
port Darley or not. Winning bury the previous week, it
Led by key defender Darren the four quarters, it was Baker, J. Spiteri, R. Ellis
THE Darley Football Club overhead 50/50s, ground was the Devils who led from
Leonard and captain Shane a win full of merit given DARLEY (GOALS) - L. Her-
kept themselves in the “dou- ball gets or just the ability the outset and never really
Page across half back, the
looked like getting beaten, their mounting injury toll. ring 2, J. Zeestraten 2, H.
ble chance” conversation Devils were able to curtail to direct traffic on-field are
despite the narrow margin. The win sets up another Inglis, L. Baker, S. Page, H.
and remain viable contend- the influence of the league’s stand outs for mine and real
ers in this year’s Ballarat team lifters. Star Devils Midfielder Ste- mouth-watering contest for Scotland, M. Hanson, J. Ed-
leading goalkicker Will
Football League Premiership ven Kennedy had arguably the Devils this week, away wards. M. Young
Young (one goal) and dan- Darley Football Manager
race, after a five-point win gerous forward Sam Dun- Craig Baker applauded his his best game for the season to the second placed East APPLE FM Player of the
over North Ballarat at Darley stan (two goals). The only chargers, acknowledging the while improving midfielder Point, who will be aiming to Year: 5. S. Kennedy 4. L.
Park last Saturday. The win other time former Adelaide way his boys were able to de- Luther Baker was able to rebound off last week’s nar- Baker 3. D. Leonard 2. J.
saw the Devils replace their Crow draftee (Will) Young liver on three key objectives. match his (known for) inside row loss to Sunbury. Zeestraten 1. S. Page.

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Youth Girls Football Team % PTS
Seniors 1 Waubra......................166.61 40
Darley 1-1-7 lost Sunbury 10-8-68 Buninyong 19.14 (128) def Clunes 4.5 (29) 2 Buninyong................ 250.34 36
Goals - Amber Mifsud 1 Learmonth 9.8 (62) def Bungaree 5.9 (39) 3 Beaufort................... 204.82 36
4 Newlyn..................... 190.99 36
Awards – Imogen Goullet, Madi Scott, Shae Newlyn 17.9 (111) def Daylesford 7.4 (46) 5 Learmonth.................161.25 32
Lewin, Danielle Sultana, Chelsea Grech. Hepburn 26.15 (171) def R’wood/C’hap 6.4 (40) 6 Gordon......................156.03 32
U13 Girls Football Beaufort 13.16 (94) def Skipton 6.8 (44) 7 Springbank................104.55 32
Results – Round 10 v Mount Clear Dunnstown 12.11 (83) def Creswick 12.9 (81) 8 Bungaree..................149.73 28
Darley 4-7-31 def Gisborne White 2-7-19 9 Hepburn.................... 116.74 24
Ballan 14.17 (101) def C’ham/Linton 12.7 (79) 10 Dunnstown................85.77 20
FOOTBALL Goals - Maddie Scott 3, Maddy Richardson 1
Waubra 18.8 (116) def Springbank 7.7 (49) 11 Skipton......................57.90 20
U/10 Seniors Awards – Madison Vella (BOG), Jaclyn Reserves 12 Creswick................... 77.72 16
Moloney, Maddy Richardson, Matilda Buninyong 28.14 (182) def Clunes 2.4 (16) 13 Daylesford................. 67.87 12
Darley 5-1-31 lost Mount Clear 5-2-32 14 Ballan........................64.40 12
Worboyes, Frankie Fuller, Ruby Gellie, Ruby Learmonth 7.6 (48) def Bungaree 6.4 (40)
Goals – Fletcher Oughtred 1, Jimmy 15 C’ham/Linton............... 47.70 8
Thomas, Ava Holt. Newlyn 6.12 (48) def Daylesford 5.3 (33) 16 R’wood/C’hap.............42.37 8
O’Malley, Isaiah Copeman, Elijah Copeman, 17 Clunes.........................36.89 4
NETBALL Hepburn 5.5 (35) def R’wood/C’hap 2.6 (18)
Declan Johansen Beaufort 10.9 (69) def Skipton 2.5 (17) Reserves
U/11 Seniors 1 Learmonth................ 308.54 44
Awards – Isaac Jordan, Fletcher Oughtred, Creswick 3.10 (28) def Dunnstown 3.7 (25) 2 Beaufort....................335.16 40
Isaiah Copeman, Elijah Copeman. Darley 28 def Mount Clear 4
Ballan 10.4 (64) def C’ham/Linton 7.9 (51) 3 Buninyong.................461.83 36
Goals – Alanah Tango 20, Alexis Milner 8 Waubra 16.14 (110) def Springbank 7.4 (46) 4 Creswick...................134.95 32
U/10 Reserves 5 Bungaree..................144.60 28
Awards –Alexis Milner (BOC), Lila Dugan, Smythesdale 8.7 (55) def Gordon 5.6 (36)
Darley 4-9-33 def Mount Clear 5-2-32 6 Dunnstown................125.00 24
Jasmine Matthews, Mia Hayes. Under 18 7 Smythesdale.............102.56 24
Goals - Lachie Hunter 2, Will Baselmans 1, U/11 Reserves Buninyong 5.8 (38) def Clunes 2.2 (14) 8 Ballan..........................97.14 24
Joseph Ford Darley 20 def Mount Clear 1 Learmonth 9.16 (70) def Bungaree 3.1 (19) 9 Hepburn.....................95.89 24
Newlyn 26.21 (177) def Daylesford 0.0 (0) 10 Waubra...................... 85.15 20
Awards – Brodie Hatcher, Lachie Hunter, Goals – Alexandra Harris 13, Reese Perry 6, 11 R’wood/C’hap...........83.42 20
Jayden Prior, Cooper Davies, Lincoln Giles. Jayda Davidson 1 Hepburn 21.20 (146) def R’woodC’hap 1.2 (8) 12 Newlyn..................... 110.30 16
Beaufort 10.6 (66) def Skipton 4.8 (32) 13 C’ham/Linton.............64.91 16
U/12 Seniors Awards - Alexandra Harris (BOC), Shanayd 14 Skipton......................50.00 16
Creswick 10.8 (68) def Dunnstown 4.7 (31)
Spence, Abbey Vallence, Jayda Davidson. C’ham/Linton 16.12 (108) def Ballan 2.4 (16) 15 Gordon......................64.45 12
Darley 3-7-25 lost Mount Clear 4-6-30 16 Clunes.......................46.60 12
U/13 Seniors Springbank 14.5 (89) def Waubra 5.3 (33)
Goals – Tyler Mitchell 2, Cooper Jordan 1 17 Daylesford...................42.35 8
Darley 29 def Mount Clear 16 Gordon 10.19 (79) def Smythesdale 3.1 (19) 18 Springbank..................39.40 0
Awards - Grant Hatcher, Jackson Davies, Seth Under 18
Goals – Bridie Shanahan 15, Ava Densley 14 Under 15
Fawcett, Lonnie Forde, Cooper Growcott. Buninyong 26.10 (166) def Clunes 0.0 (0) 1 Springbank................420.85 44
Awards – Macey O’Hehir, Bridie Shanahan, 2 Buninyong.................244.37 40
U/12 Reserves Ava Densley, Milly Vallence. Bungaree 9.18 (72) def Learmonth 0.0 (0) 3 Hepburn................... 536.36 36
Darley 7-3-45 def Mount Clear 0-1-1 U/13 Reserves Daylesford 10.18 (78) def Newlyn 2.1 (13) 4 Learmonth.................313.95 36
R’wood/C’hap 9.12 (66) def Hepburn 3.5 (23) 5 Newlyn......................272.70 36
Goals – Jake Ive 2, Chaz Jones , Daniel Baird Darley 41 def Mount Clear 5 6 C’ham/Linton.............193.66 28
Skipton 7.4 (46) def Beaufort 2.2 (14)
1, Harrison Benbow, Ayden Champness Goals - Charlotte Drevensek 22, Ella Closter 7 Creswick...................169.61 28
Creswick 9.7 (61) def Dunnstown 2.7 (19) 8 Beaufort....................148.52 28
Awards – Angus Kristitz, Harrison Benbow, 14, Maddy Vella 5 C’ham/Linton 14.23 (107) def Ballan 1.0 (6) 9 Gordon...................... 111.26 28
Jake Ive, Daniel Baird, Lachlan Bartolo, Jye Awards - Ella Closter, Ava Kajina, Emma Springbank 15.18 (108) def Waubra 1.1 (7) 10 Dunnstown............... 55.99 20
Shaw, Claudia Runge. Gordon 13.6 (84) def Smythesdale 4.4 (28) 11 Waubra...................... 87.88 16
Kettle. 12 Bungaree..................86.29 16
U/15 Seniors 13 Skipton......................63.09 16
U/14 Seniors 14 R’wood/C’hap...........45.97 12
Darley 52 def Mount Clear 21
Darley 2-3-15 lost Mount Clear 17-10-112
Goals - Britney Ellis 23, Eliza Tango 17,
CHFL Top Goal Kickers 15 Clunes......................... 47.84 8
16 Smythesdale............... 28.17 4
Goals – Joel Little 1, Kade Champness. Takeya Tanner 12 Seniors 17 Ballan..........................26.77 0
Awards – Britney Ellis (BOC). Izaac Grant Hepburn...................................31 18 Daylesford....................4.34 0
U/14 Reserves Under 15
Luke Mirtschin Bungaree................................. 25
Darley 4-2-26 lost Mount Clear 9-8-62 U/15 Reserves 1 Skipton...................... 740.74 44
Reserves 2 Gordon......................625.40 40
Goals – Tarkyn Hamilton 1, Seth Fawcett, Darley 15 lost Mount Clear 17
Rodney Watts Ballan........................................31 3 Springbank................ 570.18 40
Aidyn Bartolo, Aaron Haradoo. Goals - Isabella Di Mieri 7, Makita Spence 7, 4 Bungaree................. 436.40 38
Connor Ronan Dunnstown............................. 22
Edyn Thomas 1 5 Buninyong.................297.92 32
U/16.5 Seniors Under 18s 6 Daylesford.................141.22 32
Awards – Hailey Harmon (BOC).
Darley 7-7-49 lost Mount Clear 8-9-57 James Spicer Springbank..............................61 7 R’wood/C’hap...........233.21 28
U/17 Seniors 8 Beaufort.................... 207.07 26
Goals – Ben Wood 2, Jyson Fawcett 1, Ty Nicholas Spratling Bungaree................................. 22
Darley 41 lost Mount Clear 58 9 Creswick...................156.09 24
Closter, Callum Urbaniak, Will Johnson, Lucas Blazko Gordon......................................19 10 Smythesdale............103.69 24
Goals - Emma Winzar 29, Kaylee Banner 12 Under 15s 11 Learmonth.................58.93 20
Rylan Tanner. 12 Waubra...................... 63.15 16
Awards – Holly Van Meel (BOC). Connor Parkin Springbank............................. 75 13 Newlyn......................42.62 12
U/16.5 Reserves U/17 Reserves Daniel Pascoe Gordon..................................... 49 14 Hepburn......................42.80 8
Darley 4-4-28 lost Mount Clear 16-26-122 Darley 23 lost Mount Clear 28 Tobey Jeffrey Bungaree................................. 32 15 C’ham/Linton............... 37.46 8
16 Dunnstown.................. 29.17 4
Goals – Jackson Vella 1,Harrison Barnes, Goals - Tenaya Mills 18, Keeley Growcott 5 Lachlan Reynolds Gordon..................................... 30 17 Clunes .........................6.03 0
Mitchell Brislin, Austin MacBeth. Awards – Bridie Lewis (BOC). Max Filmer Bungaree................................. 25 18 Ballan...........................0.81 0
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Cobras Upset by One Point
by Todd Whelan our performance, just the
outcome,” he said.
THE Bacchus Marsh Foot- “We had control from
ball Club suffered their sec- quarter time until halfway
ond loss of the season, and through the last quarter but Ballarat Junior Football League AFL Goldfields Women’s
coincidentally their second just couldn’t kick a goal. We Results - Round 10
one-point loss, this time on ticked most of the boxes that Football League
the road to Lake Wendouree we needed to, to win games U16.5 Seniors
last Saturday. Mount Clear 8.9 (57) def Darley 7.7 (49) Results - Round 10
(of footy), but not the most
Lake Wendouree were sev- important one, scoreboard North Ballarat 10.12 (72) def Ballarat 4.3 (27) AFL Goldfields Women’s
enth on the table going in, pressure. Full credit to
outside the six and not given Redan 11.8 (74) def East Point 9.9 (63) Bacchus Marsh 13.15 (93) def Darley 0.0 (0)
(coach Dale Power) and Lake
much hope against the ram- Wendouree, they defended U16.5 Reserves East Point 14.8 (92) def Melton Centrals 2.6 (18)
pant ladder leading Cobras. exceptionally well to keep Bacchus Marsh 10.15 (75) def Lake Wendouree 1.6 (12)
It wasn’t the first time an themselves in the game and Gisborne 8.6 (54) def Lake Wendouree 4.1 (25)
Mount Clear 16.26 (122) def Darley 4.4 (28)
eastern based club has trav- then found a way to score
Redan 16.17 (113) def East Point 5.0 (30) BFNL U18 Youth Girls
elled to Ballarat this season late. They were united, com-
and returned without the mitted and are a better side Ballarat 12.13 (85) def North Ballarat 6.4 (40) Lake Wendouree 8.5 (53) def Creswick 1.2 (8)
points, and it most certainly than most of us thought U14 Seniors Redan 11.10 (76) def Carisbrook 1.1 (7)
won’t be the last. they’d be.”
The Lakers were able to take Lake Wendouree 3.7 (25) def Bacchus Marsh 3.4 (22) Ballarat Swans 7.6 (48) def Ararat Storm 5.7 (37)
The Cobras haven’t long to
full advantage of a wind as- regroup before their Satur- Mount Clear 17.9 (111) def Darley 2.3 (15)
sisted opening term to break RDFNL U18 Youth Girls
day home meeting with Se- East Point 9.14 (68) def Redan 3.1 (19)
out to a16-point lead at the bastopol in APPLE 98.5FM’s Sunbury Kangaroos 10.8 (68) def Darley Devils 1.1 (7)
North Ballarat 18.16 (124) def Ballarat 0.1 (1)
first change, a lead most ex- Match of the Round LIVE
perts would have tipped the Melton Centrals 16.23 (119) def Diggers Rest Burras 0.0 (0)
BROADCAST FROM 2PM. U14 Reserves
Marsh to reel in and later BACCHUS MARSH : 2.1-13 Lake Wendouree 5.16 (46) def Bacchus Marsh 0.0 (0) Gisborne Blue 7.5 (47) def Gisborne White 1.6 (12)
kick away. While the Cobras
4.7-31 4.15-39 5.19-49 LOST Mount Clear 9.8 (62) def Darley 4.2 (26) AFL Goldfields U15 Youth Girls
did lead at the main change
TO Redan 11.11 (77) def East Point 2.1 (13)
by the slightest of margins Redan 12.13 (85) def Melton JFNC 0.1 (1)
it was the Lakers’ never- LAKE WENDOUREE : 4.5-
North Ballarat 15.13 (103) def Ballarat 0.0 (0)
say-die attitude that kept 29 4.6-30 4.8-32 6.14-50 Lake Wendouree 15.11 (101) def Sunbury 2.0 (12)
them in it. Despite being BACCHUS MARSH (BEST) U12 Seniors
Melton Centrals 7.6 (48) def East Point Dragons 2.2 (14)
outscored with the breeze - J. Owen, D. Burton, L. Mul- Bacchus Marsh 6.4 (40) def Lake Wendouree 3.1 (19)
(0.2) to (0.8) in the third term len, M. Chisari, L. Phyland, Mount Clear 4.6 (30) def Darley 3.7 (25) BFNL U13 Junior Girls
it was the underdogs who N. Stuhldreier
East Point 15.14 (104) def Redan 2.3 (15) North Ballarat 10.13 (73) def East Point Dragons 4.2 (26)
would prevail at games end BACCHUS MARSH
and hold off an inaccurate (GOALS) - B. Speight 2, B. Ballarat 6.13 (49) def North Ballarat 1.2 (8) Redan 11.14 (80) def Carisbrook 0.1 (1)
Bacchus Marsh. Griffiths, S. Sherlock, R. U12 Reserves Lakers 3.4 (22) def Ballarat Storm 0.2 (2)
Cobras coach Travis Hodg- Stuhldreier Bacchus Marsh 6.3 (39) def Lake Wendouree 2.1 (13)
son was pragmatic in his APPLE FM Player of the RDFNL U13 Junior Girls
assessment of the club’s sur- Darley 7.3 (45) def Mount Clear 0.1 (1)
Year ; 5. D. Burton 4. J. Owen
prise loss. Redan 5.14 (44) def East Point 0.0 (0) Darley Devils 4.7 (31) def Gisborne White 2.7 (19)
3. B. Speight 2. L. Mullen 1. L.
“I wasn’t disappointed with Phyland. North Ballarat 4.0 (24) def Ballarat 3.2 (20) Bacchus Marsh Cobras 15.10 (100) def Melton 0.0 (0)

Ballarat Football League
Results - Round 10
BFL
Ladder
Seniors
Darley 11.17 (83) def North Ballarat City 11.12 (78)
Lake Wendouree 6.14 (50) def Bacchus Marsh 5.19 (49)

Let’s talk!
Melton South 27.14 (176) def Ballarat 11.6 (72) Team % PTS
Sebastopol 10.12 (72) def Melton 6.15 (51) Seniors
Sunbury 11.12 (78) def East Point 11.8 (74) 1 Bacchus Marsh.........166.67 32

Reserves
North Ballarat City 6.7 (43) def Darley 6.5 (41)
2 East Point..................143.71 32
3 Darley........................128.05 28 Coaching Mental Health
4 North Ballarat City.....127.13 28
Bacchus Marsh 9.14 (68) def Lake Wendouree 5.11 (41) 5 Sunbury.................... 114.79 28 Join our panel of coaches and share experiences with coaching players with mental health
Melton South 11.21 (87) def Ballarat 5.4 (34) 6 Sebastopol.................96.83 24 and the effect coaching has had on their own mental health. Share experiences on how
Sebastopol 8.4 (52) def Melton 3.16 (34) 7 Lake Wendouree....... 95.16 24 we can better manage our players and your own mental health.
Sunbury 8.4 (52) drew East Point 7.10 (52) 8 Melton.......................103.81 20
9 Ballarat.......................58.40 12
Under 18s Date: Monday 9th July 2018
10 Melton South............... 70.13 8
North Ballarat City 21.14 (140) def Darley 2.1 (13)
11 Redan.......................... 57.47 4 Time: 6:30pm for 7.00pm Start - 9:00pm Finish
Lake Wendouree 7.18 (60) def Bacchus Marsh 7.4 (46)
Ballarat 19.7 (121) def Melton South 6.9 (45) Venue: Bacchus Marsh Town Hall, 207 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh
Reserves
Sunbury 8.5 (53) def East Point 8.3 (51) 1 East Point.................. 214.13 38
2 Bacchus Marsh.........185.90 32 Panel includes:
Ballarat Junior Football League 3 Darley........................ 167.37 28
➢ Wayne Oswald - Former Sandringham Dragons Talent Manager (TAC Cup)
4 Sunbury....................115.99 26
Top Goal Kickers ➢ Leigh Adams - Coburg FC VFL Coach
5 Melton South............. 111.95 24
U16.5 Seniors 6 Lake Wendouree.......91.07 20 ➢ Netball Victoria Representative
Jackson Kurzman North Ballarat City................ 27 7 Sebastopol.................69.05 20 ➢ Shaun Sims - Former Premiership Coach Diggers Rest FNC

U16.5 Reserves 8 Melton........................66.61 16 The evening will include a Q & A session on how we can better manage our players and
Riley Constable Ballarat......................................31 9 Redan.........................64.82 16 your own mental health.
Spencer Jenks Bacchus Marsh........................16 10 North Ballarat City....62.26 12
11 Ballarat........................73.06 8 Please follow the link below to register your attendance:
Flynn Pettitt Bacchus Marsh........................11
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/HQM5DDQ
U14 Seniors Under 18.5s
For further details please contact Gary Learmonth, Football Development Manager -
Tynon Oakley North Ballarat City................ 40 1 East Point.................. 168.12 36
Goldfields via mobile on 0400 154 019 or email gary.learmonth@afl.com.au
2 North Ballarat City....281.53 32
U14 Reserves 3 Lake Wendouree......176.49 32 Please note that all football coaches will be credited points towards their coaching
Jordan Kroussoratis Redan....................................... 21 4 Sunbury.................... 116.75 28 reaccreditation with Coach.AFL by attending this event.
U12 Seniors 5 Ballarat .....................120.68 24
Proudly supported by:
Jarrod Joyce Mount Clear............................17 6 Redan........................101.00 24
Jayven Tanner Darley.......................................14 7 Darley.........................86.34 24
Samuel Lalor Bacchus Marsh......................... 8 8 Melton........................84.82 16
9 Bacchus Marsh.......... 54.19 12
U12 Reserves 10 Melton South............... 27.37 8
Cooper Glenwright Ballarat......................................17 11 Sebastopol...................0.00 0
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a new score board, new lighting for the oval and changes to the change
rooms to allow for women’s footy. The works have taken many months
to complete and have cost $750,000. The Moorabool Shire contributed
around $250,000 towards the project. The GB Forestry Cobras would
like to sincerely thank the local council for all of their support in the
project and we hope it allows everyone that uses the club to get a lot more
enjoyment out of the facilities.
Last weekend the PHSA Cobra Junior football teams played in Ballarat
against the Lake Wendouree Lakers. The Baby Black Under 10s braved
the cold and wet conditions and really cracked into their matches. They
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away to a better side B/Marsh 2-1-13 L/Wendouree 6-16-46. The Plant
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The Covertite Junior Netballers played well in tough conditions. The
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Go Cobras!

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Central Highlands Netball League
Central Highlands Netball League
Results––Round
Results Round11
11

Club 13&U 15&U 17&U C B A
Carngham 13 13 35 24 25 19
Ballan 3 32 19 34 25 57
Skipton
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Ballarat Football/Netball League

Learmonth 10 20 23 35 32 46 Results – Round
Senior Results 10 10
– Round
Bungaree 13 19 24 29 32 27
Club A B C D 19&U E
Clunes 13 7 18 32 38 38 Darley 38 27 40 23 27 -
Buninyong 35 33 43 23 36 55 Nth Ballarat City 47 58 12 24 37 -
Newlyn 24 15 39 30 53 46 Lake Wendouree 40 33 21 41 27 -
Daylesford 6 18 5 12 30 17 Bacchus Marsh 43 29 33 26 15 -
Creswick 13 25 14 23 31 39 Melton South 41 29 22 22 34 34
Ballarat 52 53 45 9 32 20
Dunnstown 12 14 21 27 33 44 Sebastopol 55 44 29 30 6 -
Smythesdale 12 36 9 6 0* 21 Melton 36 49 13 36 50 -
Gordon 11 22 40 55 60* 79 Sunbury 45 56 37 28 47 -
Waubra 0 24 10 23 38 37 East Point 44 34 43 20 30 -
Springbank 52 23 25 30 39 64
Rokewood 11 - 4 17 29 48
Hepburn 23 - 46 78 48 59
BFL Junior Ladder
* During the Smythesdale v Gordon B Grade match, one (1)
* During the Smythesdale v Gordon B Grade match, one (1) player took the court for
player took the court for Gordon who was not listed on the
Gordon who was not listed on the official scoresheet. Team % PTS Team % PTS
official
This hasscoresheet. U16.5 Seniors
resulted in Smythesdale being awarded the points for this match. U14 Reserves
This has resulted in Smythesdale being awarded the points 1 East Point..................231.99 32 1 North Ballarat........... 594.06 36
for this match.
2 North Ballarat............219.29 32 2 Mount Clear............. 258.80 36
3 Lake Wendouree......190.20 28 3 Redan....................... 208.58 32
Solomon Miesen was 2nd in the Under 15 3km event. BFL Top Goal Kickers 4 Redan........................ 127.04 24 4 Lake Wendouree......136.82 24
Bacchus Marsh Little Athletics Seniors
William Young North Ballarat City................ 39
5 Ballarat...................... 85.29 20
5 Sebastopol.................70.35 24
6 East Point................... 72.71 18
The Western Metro Region Cross Country Championships 6 Mount Clear...............75.80 12
Aaron Willitts Bacchus Marsh....................... 34 7 Darley.........................34.49 12
were held at Lake Dewar, Myrniong. Athletes from the 7 Darley...........................36.33 4
Jake Owen Bacchus Marsh....................... 26 8 Ballarat.......................33.00 10
following Centres were well represented: Altona, Bacchus
Benjamin Speight Bacchus Marsh....................... 26 8 Bacchus Marsh............29.29 4
Marsh, Brimbank, Corio, Geelong, Gisborne, Melton City, 9 Bacchus Marsh............ 43.12 8
South Melbourne, Werribee and Williamstown. These Reserves
Championships were the qualifying event for the State Ethan Tibbles Bacchus Marsh....................... 36 U16.5 Reserves U12 Seniors
Championships to be held on July 28. Aaron Speak Darley...................................... 20 1 Ballarat......................289.47 40 1 Mount Clear..............221.20 36
The club had 15 athletes representing the Bacchus Marsh Jack Powell Bacchus Marsh........................14 2 Mount Clear..............159.62 32 2 East Point..................218.81 32
Centre. Solomon Miesen won a Silver medal in the Under Khyle Forde Darley....................................... 9
3 Bacchus Marsh.........172.93 28 3 North Ballarat............183.20 32
15 3km event. After completing the first loop of the 1500m Under 18.5s
course, Solly sat in 4th position but was looking comfortable. 4 Redan........................143.89 28 4 Ballarat.......................157.14 24
Jack Riding North Ballarat City................ 20
In the later stages of the race, Solly picked off his competitors 5 North Ballarat.............91.97 20 5 Darley........................134.03 20
Rylan Porter Bacchus Marsh........................10
one by one and with a strong finish was able to slip into 2nd 6 Sebastopol.................95.82 16 6 Bacchus Marsh......... 88.35 20
Andrew Azzopardi Darley.......................................10
position claiming a spot on the podium. 7 Lake Wendouree.......95.28 16 7 Redan.........................50.47 16
Connor Ascough Darley.......................................10
BMLAC athletes results: 8 East Point................... 67.31 16 8 Lake Wendouree....... 66.19 12
U9G - Ava Cook - 9th 9 Sebastopol...................18.64 8
U9B - Nicholas Ide - 7th, Oliver Carr - 13th Ballan Golf Club 9 Darley...........................10.35 4

U10G - Mackenzie Estlick - 5th, Shameka Grero - 7th Results - Week ending Saturday 30 June U12 Reserves
U14 Seniors
U11G - Tyrah Doyle -15th Wednesday Stableford – Men’s & Ladies. 1 North Ballarat........... 609.88 40
1 North Ballarat...........1082.14 38
U11B - Mitchell Wells - 5th Winner Michael Di Fiore (11) 34 points, 2 Sebastopol................356.76 32
U12G - Elise Cook - 9th, Danielle Ide - 11th 2 East Point............ 686.29 38
R/up Ken Muhlhan (15) 32 points. 3 Ballarat......................309.91 32
U12B - Xavier Goodman - 6th, Nate Sadhai - 7th 3 Mount Clear..............257.08 32
Magpie - 14th Ken Muhlhan. 4 Redan........................298.37 24
U13G - Tamara Henry - 8th 4 Redan.........................81.66 20 5 Darley........................188.97 24
NTP - 15th Michael Di Fiore.
U14G - Bridget Henthorn - 7th 5 Bacchus Marsh..........49.46 20 6 East Point..................104.00 20
Saturday - Multiplication Stableford
U15G - Kirsty Bresnan - 6th 6 Sebastopol................ 38.99 20 7 Bacchus Marsh.......... 31.31 12
Winners Anthony Moore & Ian Bragge 68 points.
U15B - Solomon Miesen – 2nd 7 Lake Wendouree....... 38.17 16 8 Lake Wendouree.........46.03 8
This Saturday’s Cross-Country meet will be held at the Mar- NTPs - 2nd Frank Raffaele, 15th Bob Arklay.
8 Darley...........................29.99 8 9 Mount Clear.................44.26 8
ket Garden Track, Bacchus Marsh. First race to commence at Magpie 14th Peter Di Fiore.
9 Ballarat.........................26.39 8 10 Ballarat Storm..............2.50 0
10.30am. Balls (2) Anthony Moore & Ian Bragge.

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