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keeps on

Ross Holton with a fairly new planting (considering) by council, is dwarfed by the 100-year old Avenue trees in Bacchus Marsh. Photo – Helen Tatchell
By Meg Kennedy a living organism”, he said. amount, and currently works within a budget of $220,000-
Mr Holton said within the next five years, 18 trees could $260,000, which varies on works needed for the trees.”
The beautiful elm trees in the Bacchus Marsh Avenue of potentially be replaced, taking into consideration an In total, Mr Holton estimates around $2.9 million has been
Honour have always held an iconic presence along the entry assessment of their current health and condition. spent on the project by Council.
to the town. “When a number of trees have been assessed for removal, Although the trees are “pretty resilient”, many do suffer
But although many of the trees will soon be celebrating 100 the first findings and recommendations of peer assessment from Elm Leaf Beetle disease and are treated regularly.
years since the first planting, it is important to maintain both are conducted by an independent qualified arborist, to “It’s very lucky that Dutch Elm disease, one of the most
their health and the safety of the Avenue. confirm the decision to remove the tree is fully justified. dangerous diseases to elm trees, is currently not present in
In recent years, this has included cutting branches for road “This method will be continued and used when the new Australia as it has taken the lives of many elms in Europe,”
safety, and even fully replacing trees. tree replacement strategy is adopted,” he said. he said.
One of the key figures for the trees’ upkeep is Ross Holton, The guide to the trees’ life-span is determined in blocks, Around $30,000 is spent on leaf beetle treatment, which is
Coordinator for Parks and Gardens at Moorabool Shire ranging from lasting the next 0-5 years, to up to 20 years or injected through the soil and taken up through the tree. Mr
Council. more. Holton says the procedure “has been pretty successful”.
For the last 15 years, Mr Holton has dedicated his efforts to Each September, buds are taken from the remaining trees Mr Holton works with a team of arborists on the trees, and
maintaining the trees and explained that serious work on the and grafted into new stock. said it is a “highly specialised process”.
trees first began with the Council’s Strategic Management “The trees are then broken up into ‘Type 1’ and ‘Type 2’, with “We have to take into account the nature, size and historical
Plan in 2004. the former being Canadian Elms, and the latter Huntington significance of the trees,” he said.
“The current plan hasn’t differed much from the original Elms.” “It is a very complex issue.”
and a new conservation management plan is in the works, Mr Holton said funding for the trees’ upkeep comes directly As part of the Centenary Commemoration of the planting
which I hope will be drafted to council by September or from council budget, but there has been some support from of the Avenue of Honour trees, Ross Holton will further
October. Federal Government over the years. discuss his work on the trees at the Bacchus Marsh Town
“The Avenue of Honour is coming to the end of its life…it is “Council put $360,000 toward the trees in 2010, a significant Hall on Saturday, August 11.

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More questions Letters to

the Editor
than answers Email: news@themooraboolnews.com.au

Dear Editor and the unnamed individual,

It is with grave concern that I feel I need to write
and reply to the Letter to the Editor in your paper (17
By Kate Taylor “Council currently has an
July 2018) concerning the attack on the Ballan District
application for the demoli- Health & Care.
With mounting community tion and reconstruction of
pressure for a public town I am concerned that the comments expressed are not
the Opp shop at 159 Inglis genuine as to a person who cannot put their name to this
meeting, as to the financial
Street, Ballan. Council is letter cannot be taken seriously. If you have concerns
stability and overall busi-
awaiting further informa- about the operation of this hospital, there is an ethical
ness at the Ballan District
tion from the applicant way which you can take your concerns which is to the
Health & Care facility, it has
(BDH&C) in relation to ad- Board. As it would appear that you are involved in the
been revealed the hospital
dressing streetscape, land- business and assuming to be on the Board, don’t you
Opportunity Shop has been
think the ethical way to take any concerns that I would
sold – at least, the land be- scaping and exterior design
have about your business directly to you or the Board. If
neath it has. of the proposed new build.
you are so concerned about the operation of the hospital
Last week the Moorabool No determination has been I’m wondering whether you ever put your hand up or
News reported (24 July) the made on this application,” nominated to go onto the Board of the hospital, or quite
hospital owned childcare a council spokesperson told happy to sit back and make anonymous criticisms.
facility was also up for sale, the Moorabool News. I’m also concerned that you must have a vendetta
fuelling rumours in the com- against the CEO as you have mentioned that position
With the building under
munity of a critical problem eight times in your letter. Surely as it would appear
new ownership, the hospi-
within the health service. that a owner of a business you would be well aware
tal fundraising organisation
The sale of the Opp Shop that the buck stops at the Board level. This has clearly
will now rent (lease) back the
came after an alleged stoush been indicated during the Royal Commission into the
with Moorabool Shire Coun- current block until a better
Banking Sector. I do understand that no organisation
cil, ‘because council won’t site becomes available – but is perfect and that would obviously also include your
let us build,’ CEO Wayne with the cash flow crisis at organisation.
Weaire said. BDHC, the question remains Yes, I have been asked as a community representative
“We applied to the coun- whether a new site will be to be on a steering committee which is looking into
cil for a permit towards the purchased or leased, if at all. programs which can be run by professional people for
end of last year. The permit “First of all, we’ve got to the health of this community. You are obviously not
was to rebuild the building, find the right type of proper- aware of the effort that these dedicated staff put in to
that is very old and small, the operation of, as you say, “fantastic hospital.”
ty and the right price as well,
and, out of that process, we I am sure the Board would appreciate your positive
if we’re going to buy it, but if
got objections from around input rather than have negative anonymous comments.
it’s not for sale, then it might
the community we weren’t I am also sure that this Board which I assume is unpaid
providing parking,” Weaire be the right property to rent. Photo Helen Tatchell on a voluntary basis, is doing the best they can in
said. “We’ve got our feelers out operating this hospital for the benefit of the community.
“In the end, the decision for one that meets our needs; ** Lyn Gunnell is the pathologist? I am also concerned that it would appear the Editor of
the Board made was let’s sell it’s more than an opp shop, BDH&C Board Chairperson - Will the Board be consid- the paper did not put these concerns directly, with the
the block - we’re not selling it’s an amazing commu- and to date has still not an- ering bringing in an Admin- name removed, to the board of the hospital to obtain
swered questions put to her istrator and would the CEO their reply which should have been printed alongside
the business, we’ve just sold nity support network,” Mr
by the Moorabool News (24 of this letter.
the block of land, and we’re Weaire said. remain or be sacked?
July edition) that include:
looking for other opportuni- - Has the Board failed com- As a community it is in all our interest to support this
Circulating rumours of a - Where would the funds
ties to secure a better block munity expectations and are facility as I do not know of any other town in Australia
‘fire sale’ were quickly dis- from the sale of the Opp
of land.” they considering an open that has this size of hospital, clinic and health programs
pelled by the CEO. Shop and Childcare be
However, despite Moora- directed? public community meeting? covering the small population of our district.
bool Shire Council confirm- “The childcare centre and - Finally, how can the Board I am more than happy to have my name printed, as a
- Is there too much middle-
ing a permit application has opp shop site are not being management causing the future proof the community copy of this letter will be forwarded to the Board in case
been lodged – no determina- sold to fund the cash-flow financial blowout? health facility and gain back it is not printed in the paper.
tion at all has been made on crisis at BDHC,” Mr Weaire - Was there a need for an the trust and support from Colin Moore
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Face lift for

honour wall
By Carol Saffer government.
The work of creating and replacing
On the centre panel of the Myrniong the missing plaques and wording was
War Memorial, the words Lest We Forget undertaken by a specialist business Mr
surrounded by three plaques - the Rising Campey came across at an RSL state
Sun, the RAAF badge and the RAN badge conference.
– were affixed when it was officially blessed
As the Australian-owned business
and dedicated on Remembrance Day 1999.
manufactures the plaques and lettering
Sometime between 1999 and 2013 vandals themselves he thought it appropriate to offer
defaced the wall stealing the plaques and the them the job of refurbishing the wall.
The memorial wall, located on the Old
Ballan RSL President Rick Campey was
Western Highway, honours the 64 Myrniong
recently approached by Myrniong Primary
residents who served in both World Wars.
School for help with a beautification of the
area project being undertaken by the year 6 Each of the 64 name plates on the wall is
students. numbered, linking the name to a tree planted
in the current Avenue of Honour dedicated
According to Mr Campey the school, like a
on Remembrance Day 2001.
lot of other local schools, want to increase the
student knowledge of the ANZAC history. “The name plates are looking a little worse
for wear,” Mr Campey said.
“They want to be able to take the kids to
the Memorial Wall for commemoration “We hope the Ballan RSL can assist with
ceremonies on ANZAC and Remembrance their restoration as well.”
Day.” The re-dedication ceremony of the newly
Mr Campey successfully applied for a refreshed Myrniong Memorial Wall will be
Restoration for Memorials grant from held on Friday 10 August at 2pm.
Victoria’s Department of Premier and “Everyone is welcome to join me and the
Cabinet. The Ballan RSL further contributed students of Myrniong Primary School at the
$500 to the $3500 funding received from the ceremony,” Mr Campey said.
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Feral cats declared Jail for “act of

a pest animal
They look similar to a do-
pure selfishness”
mesticated feline and some By Caitlin Bewley Inglis’ two children were present each time
may have been once, but (1st Yr Swinburne Uni) the intervention order was breached.
now, they are larger, wilder The accused’s lawyer argued that there were
and are a wolf in sheep’s Drug-induced family violence had a man in “potential psychiatric issues raised” and
clothing. custody for 180 days awaiting his hearing, that “the breakdown of his family caused
as well as 21 other charges presented to the depression, so he turned to drug use to take
Feral cats are a threat to
court. the emotions away.”
some of Victoria’s most
Luke Inglis, an abseiling-painter from “Don’t most people who go through a
critically-endangered na-
Geelong, attended the Bacchus Marsh marriage breakdown deal with some type of
tive wildlife and the State
Magistrates’ court on July 20 before depression?” Magistrate Robinson asked.
Labor government is acting
Magistrate Gregory Robinson. “If someone drinks and kills someone on
to protect Victoria’s precious
Inglis was hoping to be granted a community the road it doesn’t matter if they’re depressed
biodiversity and threatened or celebrating, they aren’t treated as a
corrections order (CCO) rather than a term of
wildlife, by declaring the fe- completely different case,” he said.
further imprisonment.
ral cat as an established pest The accused’s lawyer continued to argue
animal. Prosecutor Senior Constable Lisa
Schoemaker proceeded to tell the court that that Inglis had “mental health issues
Threatened species include surrounding the break up” and that him
the accused’s tirades on the protected person
the Mountain-pygmy Pos- (his ex-partner) began on February 21 of this breaching CCOs and the intervention order
sum, Helmeted Honeyeater, were because “not everyone succeeds the
year, after an intervention order had been
Orange-bellied Parrot and first time.”
Plains Wanderer. The Plains-wanderer is one of the species threatened by “The system has given him multiple
It was on this date the accused attended
The declaration applies to feral cats. Photo - Ian Montgomery-Birdway (BWP ecolinc.vic. opportunities to rehabilitate himself,”
the victim’s house and banged on windows
areas of Crown land man-
edu.au) Magistrate Robinson said. “This [self-
and doors demanding to be let in, with no
“Feral cats have a devastat- harming] is purely attention seeking rather
aged by the Department of ers and other private land- success. than suffering from depression.”
Environment, Land, Water ing impact on our native holders will not be required On February 28, the accused attended the
species and it’s important With the victim and children of said
and Planning, Parks Victo- to control feral cats. protected person’s address and proceeded victim’s safety in mind, Magistrate Robinson
ria, Phillip Island Nature we manage them properly – to take similar action, banging on windows
The State Labor Govern- said that he “doesn’t want her to feel like the
Parks, and Victoria’s four that’s what this declaration and doors to be let in, again with no success.
ment recently undertook justice system let her down.”
Alpine Resorts. will enable,” she said. The prosecutor told the court, that on March
public consultation on the “I don’t think you deserve any sympathy,”
Minister for Energy, En- Feral cats are estimated to 3 of this year, the accused again attended the Magistrate Robinson said to the accused.
kill 466 million reptiles and proposed feral cat declara-
vironment and Climate victim’s address, but this time in possession “This is not an act of love towards your
Change Lily D’Ambrosio 272 million birds in Austral- tion, with over 1,000 submis- of a stolen Stanley knife from a nearby family, it’s an act of pure selfishness. I think
said this declaration is an ia every year. sions received, with more supermarket. you should be ashamed of yourself.”
important milestone in Feral cats will not be de- than 75 per cent of respond- Inglis then went on to self-harm in front of Inglis was sentenced to three years’
the protection of Victoria’s clared as a pest animal on ents supporting the declara- the victim, to the point where his arms were imprisonment with a non-parole period of
threatened wildlife. private land, meaning farm- tion of feral cats as pests. covered in blood when arrested by police. two years, and $2500 worth of fines.

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Facebook Good, bad or ugly? (24 July 2018 edition)

feedback 5576 people reached, 55 likes, 7 shares, 155 comments
I don’t see why they couldn’t come up with a  Yep should be kept heritage, but pointless debate,
heritage design. This design is abusive to the the artists depiction will have cost more than any

Moorabool News
aesthetics of the station, and there is absolutely no of us makes in a year, done deal. - Bruce The
Member of

reason why it needs to be this way. - Richard
 Epic fail! What was the consultant and/or architect
I’m sure when they built the ‘older building’ it’s thinking?  - Christine EMAIL: news@themooraboolnews.com.au Your Local News WEB: www.themooraboolnews.com.au

design was seen as new and different and a sign

Tuesday 24 July, 2018 Serving Ballan and district since 1872 Phone 5368 1966 Vol 12 No 29

of progress. Now it’s great to see something from  Love the modern and I love the heritage but the
the 21st century being built alongside the original two together just do not mix well in this design!
building. - Ian Has the architect given any consideration to what’s
there? - Annette
This is a message for Jacinta Allan, her female
“minder in the red coat”, Michael McCormack, the An absolutely horrendous design proposal. It
V/line PR department, and the ‘out of town’ Media is completely out of character with the Ballan
Scum except Kate Lambe from WIN News. I’ve township and, more importantly, the current
been a Ballan local for 40+ years. On the morning historical station. - Andrea
of Thursday July 19, I arrived at the Ballan station
Oh heck no. How can they do that to our beautiful
to be greeted by arrogant government” officials”
historic railway station. - Kerryn
and “intrusive media personnel” who believed
they were not only entitled to use the minimal Looks good, something for the local spray painters
bench seats to dump their “too heavy to hold” to tag. - Johnny
baggage but also stand in a rugby huddle spread
across the entire width of the only platform while Looks like something they’ll regret building in 10 Artists impression of the new Ballan Station upgrade.

Good, bad or ugly?

complaining loudly about the bitter cold. This ten- years. - Bridget
fifteen minute “situation” continued unabated
The bridge looks like a really big loading ramp...
until the “impact grabbing” arrival of the 9.35am
Cattle going to the slaughter anyone... - Laura
train from Wendouree. Commuters were totally By Helen Tatchell zone on the south side of the station, and the existing is evident by the fact that we continually have to gate-

dis-respected and intimidated into keeping their This is all they could come up with? horrendous.  Are the new plans for the Ballan train station on track
station car park on Atkinson Street will be modified to
integrate with the improved bus bay, making it easier
crash announcements to touch base with Ministers as
the invitation lists are limited to those that put glossy

distance from these self-proclaimed “aristocrats”.

to suit the area, or are they ‘off the rails’? for passengers to park and ride,” he said.
- Belinda
snaps in tabloids; make of that what you will,” Cr
According to Victorian Minister for Public Transport Ms Allan said they have listened to the local Tatchell said.
An unaccompanied elderly lady using a wheelie
Jacinta Allan, the unveiling of the plans last week, with community when designing the upgraded Ballan
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Infrastructure Station, yet a Community Information Session has Moorabool Council did not receive an invitation by the

frame to move along the platform came dangerously Someone got paid big money to dream up that and Transport Michael McCormack and Member for only just been scheduled for this Thursday 26 July and State Government to attend the announcement of the
Buninyong Geoff Howard, will see, as part of a half- Saturday 4 August. plans being unveiled at Ballan station last week.

close to the edge. No one of the “aristocrat” crowd terrible piece of junk whilst sitting in an office a-billion-dollar Stage One Ballarat Line Upgrade, a
transformation that could have a town divided on the
“We’ve added features locals told us were important to
them, all while maintaining the historic aesthetic of the
The track at Ballan Station will be duplicated as part of
the upgrade, with a 4.5-kilometre passing loop being

acknowledged her presence let alone attempted to somewhere. - Fred design.

The plans of the upgrade include an additional
station,” Ms Allan said.
Moorabool Shire Council Mayor Paul Tatchell said it is
built from west of the Ingliston Road level crossing
towards Old Melbourne Road. This will provide more
assist her. That was until the wheel of her frame
platform, new pedestrian overpass, an improved bus always difficult to blend new structures with old. space for trains to pass each other, to allow extra
bay layout, and new bicycle storage facilities.
FUGLY. Also, why are we still hiring architects
“I suppose on the basis that the Ballan Station is an services and boost reliability.
inadvertently bumped someone’s heel. The sole Minister McCormack said accessibility will be a critical iconic building I can only imagine the design is more
The Ballarat Line Upgrade is part of the $1.75 billion
who design spaces which intentionally segregate
part of the upgrade. based on practical than heritage.

purpose of this “ministerial promo” was to bask in “New lifts will allow all passengers to easily access “We have a representative on the BRAC committee. Regional Rail Revival and is a joint initiative of the
Australian and Victorian governments, with the
and divide community members. - Sarah
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NEW Death devastates

35A Griffith St,
Bacchus Marsh Dunnstown
By Helen Tatchell loss of Lachie.” fit, healthy man that was
The post read “Poults was loved by all that came into
Security & Screen Doors A young local footballer a special part of our club, he contact with him, leaving a
playing in the Central High- always had time for every- lasting impression on all.”
Internal Blinds lands League has died post-
match on the sidelines, after
one and was loved by all. We Club President Shane Mur-
thank those from the club, phy said Lachie was a pinna-
competing in his Reserves
Awnings & Outdoor Blinds team match.
and the medical team who cle member of the club.
worked tirelessly to save “He loved everybody, and
Dunnstown played away everybody loved him.
Roller Shutters against Learmonth where
“He was a true legend, “He has left a massive hole
the incident occurred, in our community and we
and there are no words for
Plantation Shutters watched by a large crowd.
the devastation we feel as a hope that his family can take
Ambulance Victoria said comfort in the legacy he has
they were called to Lear- gifted our club,” Murphy
The League said in an on-
month Oval where a person said in the media release.
had collapsed and included line statement its members
are shocked at the tragic At the young age of 25,
the air ambulance attending. Lachie was a much-loved
death of a Dunnstown re-
VicPol Media confirmed po- son, brother, grandson, and
serves player.
lice would prepare a report friend. He leaves behind a
for the coroner after a man “He collapsed at the end of
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“I should have told

the truth…”
By Meg Kennedy

Accused murderer Yu Tung ‘Tracey’

Lo gave evidence in the Supreme Court
of Victoria last week, as the lengthy
murder trial draws to a close.

Deaths at
Ms Lo, 28, who is on trial for the mur-
der of Bacchus Marsh man Paul Hogan
at his Labilliere street property in May
2016, appeared calm; but was upset and
agitated at times as she gave evidence

in the witness stand, accompanied by
correction officers.
Lo was questioned by defence barrister
Peter Chadwick QC about her relation-
ship with Mr Hogan and claimed Paul
Hogan had made threats to kill her and
her family in Hong Kong. The body of a female and a male were located inside a
“It wasn’t true…it was a lie”, Lo people who displease you, do you agree
“He was accusing me of cheating with private property around 10am last Wednesday 25 July.
responded. that you never say…the expression of
other people”, Lo replied. The Smiths Road address in Parwan was the scene for what
She also admitted to lying that a lady wanting him dead…that kind of lan-
Lo also told the court that Paul Ho- had driven her to the Bacchus Marsh guage was reserved for Paul Hogan, is alleged to be a murder/suicide and is also alleged to be a
gan had allegedly forced her to have train station on the morning of Mr Ho- husband and wife aged in their 90s.
wasn’t it?” he asked.
sex with him multiple times while she gan’s death. Police media told the Moorabool News last week the
was residing at the Labilliere street “Yes.” Lo responded.
While being cross-examined by Crown deceased were yet to be formally identified.
property. “You said those things about Paul Ho-
prosecutor Patrick Bourke, he asked Lo “The exact cause of the deaths is yet to be determined but
While recounting her alleged actions gan, I suggest, because that’s exactly
whether she thought it was a good idea police are not looking for anyone else in connection to the
after Mr Hogan’s death, Lo told the what you wanted to happen. You did
to tell the lie, to which Lo responded incident at this stage,” a spokesperson said.
court that she “was scared to death.” want him dead and that’s why you said
“not at that point.”
“I was crying like a crazy person”, she it?” Mr. Bourke asked. Moorabool Mayor Paul Tatchell spoke on ABC radio Ballarat
said. “It was something stupid that I’ve
Lo replied, “No.” and was asked if there were plans for a memorial.
done, I should have told the truth.
Before her cross-examination, Lo ad- Both the Crown and the Defence “It is still only early days and preliminary investigations are
mitted to lying in her police statements; “I wasn’t thinking”, Lo said.
presented their closing statements to being conducted.
including incorrectly telling police that Mr Bourke then mentioned prior
phone text messages where Lo had de- the jury after Lo finished giving her “Our main concern at this point in time are the people in
Mr Hogan’s housemate had sexually
assaulted her. scribed people who had annoyed her evidence. that community and if they require assistance they should
“Was it true that a man by the name as ‘f***king morons’ and ‘disgusting It is expected the jury will retire, delib- contact the Shire,” he said.
of Peter was raping you?” asked Mr. sh**s.’ erate and present a verdict this week to Council offices are in Darley, Ballan and the Lerderderg
Chadwick QC. “In all those texts when you talk about the court. Library – 5366 7100.

Moorabool Shire Council Page – 31 July 2018


The next Ordinary Meeting of Council will be held tomorrow, Wednesday 1 August, 2018 in
the Council Chambers, 15 Stead St, Ballan, commencing at 6.00pm.

Members of the public are most welcome to attend.

The next Ordinary Meeting of Council will be held tomorrow, Wednesday 1 Council resolved in the budget process for the 2018/2019 financial year to increase
August, 2018 in the Council Chambers, 15 Stead St, Ballan, commencing at 6.00pm. the disposal fees at the Bacchus Marsh, Ballan and Mt. Egerton Transfer Stations.
Members of the public are most welcome to attend. Council
The new fees will invitesas
commence applications
of Mondayfor27the existing
August vacancies:
Bacchus Marsh,
� Social Ballan
Support & Mt Egerton
& Community Resident12and
Engagement Coordinator – Temporary Month
EMPLOYMENT Tyre Disposal Contract (Part Time) Non-Residents $
Council invites applications for the existing vacancies: Tyre Disposal - Motor Cycle 13.00
Social Support & Community Engagement Coordinator – Tyre Disposal - Car Applications close on Friday 10 August 2018. 12.00
Temporary 12 Month Contract (Part Time) Tyre Disposal - Light Truck & 4WD 16.00
Applications close on Friday 10 August 2018. Tyre Disposal - Heavy Truck 35.00
All details available from the website: www.moorabool.vic.gov.au
All details available from the website: www.moorabool.vic.gov.au Tyre Disposal - Heavy Truck Super Single 48.00
Tyre Disposal - Small Tractor 95.00
Tyre Disposal - Large Tractor TRANSFER STATION FEES 190.00
Council’s Library Services has recently updated its regional library van service location Tyre Disposal - Earthmover 475.00
Tyre resolved
Disposal - Carin(tyres
the budget process for the 2018/2019 financial16.00
on rims) year to increase
and times. the disposal fees at the Bacchus Marsh, Ballan and Mt. Egerton Transfer
Tyre Disposal - Light Truck & 4WD (tyres on rims) 19.00 Stations.
New locations and times: The new fees will commence as of Monday 27 August 2018.
Tyre Disposal - Heavy Truck (tyres on rims) 28.00
Tuesdays Dunnstown St Brendan’s Primary School 8.50 – 10.00am
Clarkes Hill St Mary’s Primary School 10.50 – 11.10am Bacchus Marsh, Ballan & Mt Egerton Residents Non-Residents
Bungaree Bungaree General Store - in front 11.30am – 12.30pm Prescribed Fees $ $
Car or Station Wagon 30.00 40.00
Gordon Gordon Public Hall - in front 2.00 – 3.00pm
Small Trailer (1.8 x 1.2 x 0.3) or Utility 44.00 78.00
Wednesdays Blackwood Blackwood Hall - in front 1.30 – 2.00pm Small Trailer (Heaped Load) 60.00 133.00
Blackwood Main St, near the general store 2.00 – 2.30/3.00pm Small Trailer (High Sides) 78.00 171.00
Large Trailer 60.00 133.00
Large Trailer (Heaped Load) 96.00 210.00
Large Trailer (High Sides) 110.00 245.00
Trucks 65.00 130.00
Clean Green Waste 1/2 Price 1/2 Price
Recyclable materials separated to the recyclable Free Free
by the customer
Mattresses 36.00 36.00

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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with the effect of the China
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Visy is now missing out on
rebates for recycled mate-
rial and ratepayers will see a
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LooseLay Mr Jeffrey said.
vice and continue to reap the
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Central Highlands Flooring
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If it wasn’t for the volunteers …

By Helen Tatchell received a certificate, and a Cr Tatchell said, “if it wasn’t
glorious afternoon tea, for for you guys I don’t know if
They are a behind-the- their contribution. we’d actually have tourism”.
scenes face of Moorabool Moorabool Mayor Cr Paul The Years of Service Rec-
and have over 250 accumu-
Tatchell said everything ognition Awards acknowl-
lated years of service be-
built in this shire has been edged 13, 10, 7, 5, 3 and 1-3
tween them, without getting
built by volunteers. years.
paid a dollar.
Volunteers at the Visitor In- “We have two hospitals that The Visitor Information
formation Centre in Bacchus have been built from cake Centre is located at the Ler-
Marsh were recognised for stalls! derderg Library at 215 Main
their years of service at St “We have the fastest grow- St, Bacchus Marsh and is
Anne’s Winery recently by ing region in the peri- open 7 days a week, 9am-
council. urban and we have to do it 5pm. (Except Good Friday
The 28 volunteer members together.” and Christmas Day). Alan Esnough 10 years Allan Comrie 1-3 years Anne Cadzow 10 years

Alan Morton 7 years with Moorabool Mayor Paul Tatchell.

Photos Helen Tatchell

Barbara Bacon 10 years Betty Charge 10 years Carmel Shea 7 years Chris McCall 10 years

Mary Hine 10 years Mavis Blackie 10 years

Christine O’Keefe 3 years Claire Morton 10 years Gill Loughman 10 years Heather Crouch 5 years

Merryl Hutchesson 10 years Ross Bacon 10 years

Jenny Barrie 10 years John Hannah 10 years Joyce Porter 10 years Karen Murer 3 years

Suzanne Cholewick 10 years Thelma Fisher 7 years

Tony Whitelaw 10 years Yvonne Spargo 10 years Lynn Mussett 10 years Lynne Farrer 10 years Mal Rogers 10 years Marg Murray 1-3 years
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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.

The Pottery Group Lal Lal Moorabool Photographic Group Inc

ADULT EDUCATION Tuesday and Saturday 1pm-3pm, at the Public Park Hall Meeting 3rd Wednesday each month, 7pm. Soldiers Memorial
Ballan & District Community House (next to Tennis Courts), Stanley St, Gordon. All welcome. Hall, Lal Lal. Enquiries 5341 7535.
For class enrolment information, venue hire and costs; please Enquiries to Maureen 0447173031. Footscray Poultry Club (at Bacchus Marsh)
call 5368 1934 or email info@bchvic.org.au Bacchus Marsh Playgroup Meetings held 2nd Sunday of month, 2pm. Poultry Pavilion.
Darley Neighbourhood House & Learning Centre - Short (Behind St Andrew’s Church) Cnr Gisborne Rd & Lerderderg Racecourse Rec. Reserve, Balliang-Bacchus Marsh Rd,
courses and classes. 33-35 Jonathan Drive, Darley. BM & Street, Bacchus Marsh. Monday-Friday 9am, 11am, 1pm & Bacchus Marsh. All welcome – Kerry 9741 9705.
District Photography Club - Meetings 2nd & 4th Wednesday 3pm. Enquiries – Cindy 0433 651 066.
of month, 7.30pm. Enquiries welcome. Phone 5367 4390.
Moorabool Mission Recovery Group
The Laurels – Bacchus Marsh Community College - Courses Ballan Lions Club Market Next market – Saturday 4 August
Struggling with addiction; Pain from the past; family member
and classes. 229 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh. Enquiries & 2018. First Saturday each month - Inglis St, Ballan – 9am-1pm.
out of control? Meeting weekly - Wednesday, 12.30pm – Jean
enrolments - 5367 1061. Enquiries – 0402 390 080 (Wayne).
Oomes Room, Lerderderg Library, Bacchus Marsh. Enq-
U3A Bacchus Marsh - Active seniors social learning, for Darley Market Saturday 4 August, 8am - 1pm. 1st & 3rd
Pastor Merv Patton – 0412 290 036.
daily activities contact 5367 5341 or visit our website - www. Saturday each month at Darley Park Football Reserve.
u3abacchus.org.au Ballan Playgroup
Enquiries – 0488 345 145 (Alan).
Every Tuesday of school Term. St John’s Anglican Church Ballan Farmers Market Next Market – Saturday 11 August,
MEETINGS Hall  - 9:30-11:30am. Enquiries - 0409 681 138 Anna or 0421 9am-1pm. 2nd Saturday each month, Mill Cottage car park.
905 558 Tamsin.  Enq – 0498 361 291 or 0490 114 130.
CWA - The Marshians Night Branch Bacchus Marsh - Meet
first Tuesday of month - The Hub, Wittick St, Darley,7pm.  Bacchus Marsh & District Garden Club
Enquiries - Gay Hooper 0413 350 012 Meeting 2nd Tuesday of each month, 7.30pm at The Laurels, CHURCH
Ballan & District CWA - Branch meetings – 2nd Thursday 229 Main St, Bacchus Marsh. Guest Speakers. Supper after Anglican Parish of West Moorabool
each month. RSL Hall, Inglis St, Ballan, 7.30pm. All welcome each meeting. All Welcome. Enquiries - Wendy 5367 4170. Service Times - St John’s Ballan  - 1st & 3rd Sundays -
- enquiries to 0407 992 767 or email ballandistrictcwa@gmail. Ballan Anglers Inc 9:30am; 2nd & 4th Sundays – 11am Family Service; St John’s
com Meeting second Wednesday every month. Hudsons Hotel, Bungaree – 1st Sunday 6pm Saturday; 2nd, 3rd, 4th Sundays,
Ballan District Vintage Machinery & Vehicle Club 7.30pm. More anglers and families needed and welcome – 9am. Enq. - Rev. Wesley - 5368 2730. 
Meetings - second Monday each month, 8pm. Tom Mullane 0400 003 936. Ballan Uniting Church (St Paul’s)
Pavilion, Ballan Racecourse Reserve. Enquiries – Brian 5368 Rose-Carers of Maddingley Park Services 11.15am every Sunday.
2255 or Ray 5368 1177. Working Bees every 3rd Wednesday & Sunday of each B3 Community - Focused, family friendly church with
month. All welcome. Enquiries - 0418 171 119. a difference. Services every 2nd & 4th Sundays at Avenue
Bacchus Marsh Family Drug Support Group Bowling Club, Main St, Bacchus Marsh.
For Family Members who have a loved one affected by drugs. Bacchus Marsh Christian Church
Enquiries - 1300 660 068. Sunday Services 10am with kids program. 222 Main St,
Bacchus Marsh. Enquiries 9028 2622.
Alanon Support Group - for families of alcoholics. Bacchus Marsh Uniting Church Parish
Meets at 10.30am on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month Services - St Andrew’s 9.30am every Sunday. Pentland Hills
at the Uniting Church Hall, Gisborne Road, Bacchus Marsh. 2pm 1st Sunday of month. Enquiries - 5367 2543 (office).
Enq - 0421 222 717. 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. 
Ballan Hospital Auxiliary Church of the Living God Christian youth ministry and
Lal Lal Photo Group Trash, treasure & craft sale bible teaching. 2nd Sunday of every month, 5pm. Open to all
ages. At 14 Darcy St, Maddingley. Enq – 0408 260 727.
EXHIBITION 2018 Bacchus Marsh Baptist Church
Lal Lal Soldier’s Memorial Hall Saturday 11 August Sundays, 10:30am, Worship Service and Children’s Program.
Sunday 19th August 2018 8am - 2pm Phone 5367 6550 for more details.
Our Lady Help of Christians Korobeit
10am-3pm Ballan Mechanics Institute Hall Mass every Saturday 6.30pm.
Gold coin donation for coffee, tea & biscuits Golden Harvest Christian Fellowship
Hundreds of images on display Cost per stall: $10 (BYO table)
Non-denominational - Prayer every Sunday 10am, Men’s
KYB Monday evenings 6pm (0429 681 566.) Ladies KYB
Trophy ceremony 2.30pm Stall bookings: Wednesday 1pm (5367 6834).
Bev Herd - 5368 2526 Bacchus Marsh Life Church
Refreshments available Jackie Wetzler - 0425 209 262 Meeting 10am every Sunday at the BM College Drama Room,
All funds raised help support Ballan District Health & Care in Grant Street. Enquiries Pastor Merv - 0412 290 036.
Contact: secretary@lallalmooraboolphotographicgroup.org
St Bernard’s Bacchus Marsh Catholic Church
Mass Times – Saturday- 5pm; Sunday – 8.30am & 10am.


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Low Maintenance Lifestyle Living Low interest

rates keep
market active
monthly mortgage repay-
ment is $1231, and most
houses are three or more
Traralgon recorded the
second highest number of
regional home sales at 513,
ahead of Morwell at 308,
Warragul at 280, Drouin at
256, Ocean Grove and High-
93 Greenes Lane, Gordon ton at 244, Belmont at 220,
Price: $680,000 – $720,000 Alfredton at 203 and Echuca
GIL KING with 197 sales recorded.
Lifestyle: This neat family home and approximately six
In Sebastopol, 77 units
acres is just minutes from the Gordon Township while CEO, REIV changed hands over the past
offering cleared acreage for horses, grazing stock or just
year, followed by Belmont
providing ample room for children’s play. The property markets in
(71), Ocean Grove (57) and
Features: The home offers three bedrooms, master with Mildura, Gippsland and the
Highton (54).
WIRs and ensuite, open plan kitchen, living and dining Geelong/Bellarine area have
While the turnover has
area, with the comfort of two split systems and a gas been the most active in re-
been high, the cost of buy-
log heater. Take in the views of the countryside from gional Victoria over the past
ing a home in these areas
the large deck, while an animal shelter, holding yard, 12-months.
is relatively affordable. In
a 6 x 9m shed and fenced paddocks add to its lifestyle The Real Estate Institute of Mildura, the median house
package. Victoria’s latest data reveals price is $270,000, while you
that Mildura again topped will pay $292,500 for a home
Location: The home is connected to town water, septic
the regional list for number in Traralgon.
tank and mains power. With easy access to the Western of sales of houses (564) and
Freeway, Ballan Train Station and Ballarat, Gordon is fast In the unit market, the me-
units (125). With the most dian for Mildura is $200,000,
becoming a destination of choice for smart buyers. recent Australian Census re- $228,000 in Sebastopol and
cording 9576 houses in Mil- $404,000 in Belmont.
dura, this means that almost New Victorian Government
six per cent of homes in the incentives for first homebuy-
town changed hands in the ers are also likely to have
past year. had a positive impact on
We can assume that this turnover in regional Victo-
strong activity is a product ria. These include the remov-
of low interest rates, an in- al of stamp duty for homes
vigorated local economy, less than $600,000 and the
lifestyle offerings and in- doubling of the First Home
creased attention from first Owners Grant to $20,000.
homebuyers, families, inves- For more information on
tors and retirees. median house prices by
The median age of Mildura town, visit reiv.com.au/
residents is 39, the median market-insights.

Contact: Matthew Edwards

51 Lydiard Street South, Ballarat 3350 0401 728 881
Phone 5331 1111 www.prdballarat.com.au www.prdballarat.com.au
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Arbee Real Estate

FOR SALE 13 Leila Court, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 1/8 Crook Street, Bacchus Marsh
3 2 2 2 1 1.5

Presented With Quality & Flair Something Special!

This fantastic family home of 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, open plan Excellent 2 bedroom unit is special in so many ways. Spacious lounge
lounge & dining & adjoining kitchen & meals area has been totally with a bay window overlooking the front garden, kitchen with double
renovated. Spacious lounge with cathedral ceilings, wood heater & R/C wall oven, gas cooktop & dishwasher & adjoining meals area. Both
split system a/c. Kitchen fitted with quality appliances including bedrooms have BIRs & the master has a wall a/c. Good sized bathroom
dishwasher. Master with a R/C split system a/c, WIR & new ensuite. with shower and vanity & separate laundry & WC. Nice decked pergola,
Decked undercover area, 6m x 3m workshop shed & double carport.
By appointment
UNDER CONTRACT neat backyard with access to single garage & workshop.
By appointment
Daryl 0409 233 157
Daryl 0409 233 157 Peter 0429 671 990

AUCTION 1 Fisken Street, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 17 Leila Court, Bacchus Marsh
3 1 1 4 4 2

What An Opportunity! Family Home, Large Block!

Consisting of 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, lounge, kitchen/meals area this Excellent family home of 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms & 3 living areas on
property provides a fantastic opportunity for a range of buyers. Ideal a huge 1100m2 block. Master with Ens, remaining 3 bedrooms with
for a renovation/extension project in a great location, or the investor/ BIRs. Dining area, lounge and kitchen meals provide access to huge
developer (STCA). The block is approximately 695m2 and is within undercover outdoor entertaining area. Gas log fire in the lounge & gas
walking distance to all the facilities that our lovely town has to offer. heater & wall a/c in the kitchen meals area. Double carport, spacious
backyard, fully fenced above ground pool, studio/shed and shedding.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
AUCTION Saturday 18th August 11.00am FOR SALE $620,000-$650,000
CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157 CONTACT Daryl 0409 233 157
WEB arbeerealestate.com.au WEB arbeerealestate.com.au

FOR SALE 92 Underbank Blvd, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 62 Halletts Way, Bacchus Marsh
2 1 2 3 1 2

Ticks A Few Boxes! Unique Development Opportunity

This neat 2 bedroom home with walk thru bathroom & 3 living areas 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom home on 900sqm block with plans & permits
provides the ideal opportunity for first home buyers to enter the market for 2 x 6 star energy rated, 2 bedroom, one bathroom, single garage
or investors to add to their portfolio. Located on a nice 790m2 corner units to the rear. Generate a rental income from the house while you
block the home has a formal lounge, spacious kitchen & adjoining develop the rear. House currently returning $16,640pa & flexible
family room & a separate large rumpus room that could be easily settlement terms are available. Visit our website today for full plans,
divided to create a 3rd bedroom. soil tests, rental appraisals, Section 32.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $379,000-$399,000 FOR SALE $620,000-$670,000
CONTACT Daryl 0409 233 157 CONTACT Steve 0475 888 101 Liam 0407 385 297
WEB arbeerealestate.com.au WEB arbeerealestate.com.au

FOR SALE 75 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 2 Simpson Street, Bacchus Marsh
2 1 1 4 2 16

Great Central Location! Unique Gem In The Heart of Town

Close to Main Street this well maintained 2 bedroom home, with formal Presenting a rare opportunity to purchase this fully refurbished 4
lounge, gas heating & wall a/c, kitchen with gas cooking & family bedroom home with substantial shedding that can accommodate up to
bathroom is in the perfect location. On an excellent 660m2 (approx) 15 cars. On a huge 1880m² parcel of prime residential land in one of the
block with external laundry, fernery & single garage & workshop. Ideal best streets in the Bacchus Marsh CBD.
for first home buyers & investors or developers (STCA).

INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment

FOR SALE $440,000-$460,000 FOR SALE $849,000
CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157 CONTACT Peter Leonard 0429 671 990
WEB arbeerealestate.com.au WEB arbeerealestate.com.au

FOR SALE 53 Horder Crescent, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 180 Masons Lane, Bacchus Marsh
6 3 5 4 2 4

More Than Meets The Eye 5.5 Acres Close To Town

Generous 1100sqm allotment in the very popular Elms Estate, beautiful Beautiful family home, huge outdoor entertaining area & extensive
spacious home allows for combined family living. 6 bedrooms, all with shedding. 4 bedrooms, master with WIR & ens, remaining 3 with BIRs,
BIRs & Ens to master, + 2 additional bathrooms, living areas & laundry. spacious kitchen with island bench & an adjacent meals area & huge
The extension to the original house is perfect for independent living. lounge room. Ducted evap cooling, reverse cycle a/c & wood heater.
Ducted heating & cooling in both areas of the home & great storage. Outdoor entertaining area joins the house to the 400sqm shedding.

INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment

FOR SALE $690,000 - $750,000 FOR SALE $1,750,000 - $1,850,000
CONTACT Denise Sniegowski 0456 044 024 CONTACT Peter 0429 671 990 Daryl 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

140 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh 5367 2333
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Arbee Real Estate

Rutherford Business Park

Exceptionally Located Warehouse in a gated Business Park
26 Rutherford Court Maddingley
• Three Phase Power
• A collection of versatile workspaces
in a gated development ideal for small
businesses, tradesmen, SMSF’s and
• Architecturally designed
• Lofty Clear Span Warehouse
• Loading Bays
• Container Height Roller doors
• Wide Road for easy Truck Access
• CCTV Security
• Electronic Security Gates
• On Site Car Parking
• Staff Amenities
Floor Price Gst
Warehouse Size m2 Ex Gst Amount
ON H1OL 157 $307,000.00 $30,700.00

2 156 $305,000.00 $30,500.00

3 166 $315,000.00 $31,500.00
D 166 $315,000.00 $31,500.00

ONSTRUC 5 156 $305,000.00 $30,500.00

6 150 $295,000.00 $29,500.00
ON H7OL 150 $295,000.00 $29,500.00

8 150 $295,000.00 $29,500.00

9 151 $295,000.00 $29,500.00
10 218 $350,000.00 $35,000.00
ON H 167 $315,000.00 $31,500.00
12 167 $315,000.00 $31,500.00
Contact: 13 170 $320,000.00 $32,000.00
Peter Leonard 0429 671 990 14 171 $320,000.00 $32,000.00
ON 15
HOLD 186 $330,000.00 $33,000.00

140 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh 5367 2333
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YPA Bacchus Marsh

Same Network | Same Passion | New Location

Darley 74 Nelson Street 3 2 6

Stunning Grand Family Residence
Comprising of three bedrooms with a study acting as a rumpus room detailed with feature surrounding bulk Private Sale $719,000 - $769,000
potential fourth bedroom, master bedroom with walk heads, providing the grand feeling this marvellous Inspect Saturday 4th August 12.00-12.30pm
in robe & full ensuite as well as its very own private home deserves, stepping outside, you are greeted by Photo ID required
lounge area, the spacious kitchen and meals area boast an undercover entertaining space which on looks your Contact Shane O’Brien 0431 766 082
an impressive vaulted ceiling that opens the space up, very own plunge pool to cool you down in the summer Lucas Ekerbicer 0418 465 892
the second living area Thinking
flows onto your of finalSelling?
lounge/ Callmonths.
Vickie Ramon 0403 194 621 or Shane O’Brien 0431 766 082


4/8 Church Street, Bacchus Marsh ypa.com.au
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YPA Bacchus Marsh

Same Network | Same Passion | New Location

Darley 37 Silverdale Drive 4 2 2

Elegant Home 705m2 (approx.)
This exciting piece of modern day real estate is positioned Walk in Robe, also includes two bathrooms, open modern Private Sale $499,000 - $539,000
on an impressive 705m (approx.). Home includes finishes
kitchen and family/meals area, with formal front lounge Inspect Saturday 4th August 3.00-3.30pm
of the highest quality and offers the purchaser extras and to cater for the whole family, double garage plus drive Photo ID required
upgrades that simply must be seen to be believed. This through access to utilise your massive 705m2 (approx.) Contact Shane O’Brien 0431 766 082
wonderful home comprises of four bedrooms all with allotment of land, also included is a fully equipped back Lucas Ekerbicer 0418 465 892
built in robes with the master bedroomof Selling?
equipped with fullCall Vickie
enclosed Ramon
alfresco 0403
oasis for year round194 621 or Shane O’Brien
entertainment. 0431 766 082


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YPA Bacchus Marsh

Same Network | Same Passion | New Location

Melton 1/471 High Street 2 1 1

Elevated Elegance
YPA Real Estate is proud to present this fantastic robes, central bathroom, large living area with open meals/ Private Sale SOLD
opportunity to purchase a beautiful home on Melton kitchen area, also enough room for a potential study niche. Inspect By appointment
High Street. Positioned on an approx. 336m2 block within Built with quality in mind also features ducted heating and Photo ID required
Melton’s growth zone, walking distance to all amenities, evaporative cooling, ceiling fans, window furnishings, roller Contact Shane O’Brien 0431 766 082
High Street frontage, this home is in the perfect location. shutters, fully landscaped front and rear garden including Lucas Ekerbicer 0418 465 892
Comprising of two good Thinking
sized bedroomsofwith
built in CallfruitVickie
trees. Ramon 0403 194 621 or Shane O’Brien 0431 766 082


4/8 Church Street, Bacchus Marsh ypa.com.au
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YPA Bacchus Marsh

Same Network | Same Passion | New Location

Melton 55 Darlingsford Boulevard 4 2 2

Large Family Living
Upon entering this bright, spacious and unique central Melton, easy access to public transport, primary Private Sale $569,000 - $619,000
family home, you will be instantly impressed, with and secondary schools, Woodgrove shopping centre, Inspect Saturday 4th August 10.00-10.30am
Views enclosed in jaw dropping landscaping, this rare recreation reserves, Main St shopping district and much Photo ID required
opportunity at private luxury won’t last long! more, this bold and beautiful family friendly home will suit Contact Shane O’Brien 0431 766 082
Situated in a highly sought after Darlingsford estate within all of your needs. 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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Thursday ON SHOW
5.30-6.00pm Saturday
Saturday 11.00-11.30am

4 2 2 3 2 2
Darley 18 Manning Blvd Bed Bath Car
Darley 21 Tate Street Bed Bath Car

Renovated Home, 1 Acre, Large Shed Private Sale Modern Home To Suit The Whole Family Private Sale
4394m2 Land This single level residence is tailor-
Price $789,000 Price $590,000 - $630,000
Set away from the road is this fully made for modern day family living and
renovated family home, offering a Office 2/137 Main Street, effortless entertaining. With a smartly Office 2/137 Main Street,
peaceful lifestyle of comfort and Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128 conceived floorplan that makes perfect Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128
convenience, flawlessly presented and sense. Situated in the prestigious
Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754 Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754
surrounded by other exceptional homes Grantleigh Estate on approximately
in the prestigious Manning Estate. Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828 840m2 parcel of land with a 21m Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828

Web www.lensmith.com.au frontage Web www.lensmith.com.au

Thursday ON SHOW
5.30-6.00pm Saturday
Saturday 1.00-1.30pm

4 2 1 3 2 4
Bacchus Marsh 15 Madden Drive Bed Bath Car
Toolern Vale 212 Andersons Road Bed Bath Car

Beautifully Renovated Home with Private Sale Unique Home with Mesmerising Views Private Sale
Superb Indoor/Outdoor Liveability This instantly engaging home is
Price $685,000 - $750,000 Price $680,000 - $720,000
Classic built home in a peaceful yet destined to impress with it’s beautiful
convenient setting within walking Office 2/137 Main Street, views, long list of features and versatile Office 2/137 Main Street,
distance to schools, village shopping Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128 floor plan. A stunning renovation is Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128
centre and parkland. Four bedrooms all complete offering 2 living zones,
Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754 Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754
and two lavish bathrooms and a raft 2 bathrooms, a gorgerous kitchen
Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828 with quality appliances, alfresco Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828
of modern features including ducted
central heating, gas fireplace, split Web www.lensmith.com.au entertainment area, double garage and Web www.lensmith.com.au
system AC and smeg SS appliances. 13m x 7m colourbond workshop, land
Established front & rear gardens and size is nearly 1 acre (3292sqm) with
auto-remote to garage/workshop. town water connected.


2 1
Dales Creek 9 Heath court Bed Bath
Bacchus Marsh 4 Albion Lane

Affordable 2 bedroom home on 7952m2 Private Sale Titled Land & Ready To Build on Private Sale
This is your opportunity to purchase This super sized parcel of land
Price $310,000-$340,000 Price $415,000 - $430,000
an affordable home on acreage. is located on the exciting new
Situated in a quiet court in Dales Creek Inspect By appointment Underbank Estate and is titled and Office 2/137 Main Street,
on almost 2 acres of bushland is this ready to build your dream home Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128
Office 2/137 Main Street, on. The overall land size is 942
2 bedroom weather board cottage.
Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128 Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754
This home gives you the privacy and square metres and perfectly flat
with no easements. Located on the Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828
quiet without paying an arm and a leg. Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754
Renovated bathroom, hardwood floors len@lensmith.com.au Underbank Estate so close to all of Web www.lensmith.com.au
throughout main living areas and hall Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828 Bacchus Marsh’s township amenities.
way, stunning cathedral ceilings and a kelvin@lensmith.com.au For further details please call the
wood heater. selling agents.
Trade & Business
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TRADE • Heavy Duty VHF - FM - AM Antennas
• Digital Ready Antennas
& BUSINESS • Digital Set Top Boxes
• Amplifiers
• Extra Points
5368 1966 • All Work Guaranteed 7 Days
• Pensioner Discount Mob: 0417 711 712 Ph: 5367 5857


FRIGWORKS  Complete Maintenance Services

■ Automotive service and repair
AIRCONDITIONING ■ Vehicle hoist install, maintenance & repair
& COMMERCIAL • Qualified and experienced mechanics ■ Mobile Service available
REFRIGERATION • Log book servicing ■ Batteries ■ Tyres ■ 4x4 specialist
■ Material handling repairs & maintenance
Sales Service • Tyre supply & puncture repairs AFTER HOURS 24/7 SERVICING Engineering
& I n s t a l l a t i o n s PIC 109528 • Brake replacement including inhouse machining & REPAIRS (by appointment) • Automatic Gates and Doors.
Authorised by The Australian Refrigeration Council AU 34822 • Oils, filters, coolants available for purchase Call Simon 0419 750 753 • Security Bars and Grills • CCTV
• VACC accredited • All Security needs • On-site welding
0411 649 321  • 24/7 breakdown towing available
Located in Wallace
11 Kennedy Place, Maddingley
53686363  115 Inglis Street Ballan Phone 0418 379 265
Email: inquiries@frigworks.com.au Ph 5368 1968 strongfitengineering@gmail.com



Carpet Cleaning, Upholstery, Tile, Grout, Windows, Concrete,
Auto & Marine Upholstery, Vinyl Stripping & Sealing
CATERING - Manufacturing - Metals - Engineering On Site
“Food fit for a King” - Hydraulic Hoses & Fittings - Powder Coating
Senior Corporate functions, - Sand Blasting - Custom Fabrication - Welding
QUALIFIED nt s Weddings, Birthdays,
- Steel Sales - Engineering Supplies
Dinner Parties, Funerals,
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TECHNICIAN All areas Phone Dianne
Qualified Chef PH: 5367 1141
Steve 0490 387 657 0428 682 366 AH: 0418 301 841
www.greendalecleaning.com.au 0407 847 781 didebono@itaus.net www.rosscoengineering.com.au


Modern day maintenance for your home, farm or rural property

♦ Kitchen and bathroom renovations ♦ Small excavation & trenching FREE
♦ Home and building maintenance ♦ Augur drilling, post holes, footings H.I.A.
♦ Verandahs and decking ♦ Bobcat & dingo services Builders
♦ Horse and animal shelters ♦ Driveways & yard maintenance Licence
♦ New fencing and fence maintenance ♦ Need something done? JUST ASK!
Call Steve: 5360 8394 Mobile: 0499 102 139 www.bascotrading.com.au


■ Industrial/Automation ■ Solar Power/Solar Hot Water

• Split systems ■ Commercial ■ Energy Management ◆ COMMERCIAL
Bobcat & Small Tipper
• New Installations
• Renovations ■ Residential ■ Free LED lighting ◆ INDUSTRIAL
• Pat Testing 2 Osborne Street, Bacchus Marsh

Ph: 5368 2001

• 24 Hour Emergency Service CALL CHRIS TABB & General Earthworks
E: flowsmartelectrical@hotmail.com
Mob 0419 397 393 Weekend Work
W: www.flowsmartelec.com.au
M: 0433 348 403 www.keemin.com.au REC 5096 ballaneeelectrical@bigpond.com Ph Steve 0439 476 966



Excavator, Bobcat & Tipper
✸ All types of fencing ✸ Retaining walls
✸ Driveways ✸ Tree/Waste Removal
Fencing Pty Ltd is now
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✸ Post holes & footings ✸ Horse Arenas
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Trade & Business
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LOCAL Bacchus Door Services Victoria Two Birds

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• General Plumbing CHEAPER BECAUSE
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• Surrounding Areas Phone: 03 5368 1036 Ray 0419 544 332 MELTON, BACCHUS MARSH
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Email: ballananddistrictplumbing@gmail.com
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Cleaning Ivers 25kg bag
Service Liquid BALLARAT Oaten Chaff $15
• Grease Traps Waste -VACC Accredited -All work guaranteed & All District Cemeteries Lucerne Chaff $20
-Courtesy Car available by appointment ✿✿✿
• Septic Tanks - Repairer for all insurance companies Headstones & Monuments Oats $15, Barley $15
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Email must include full contact details or
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SMITH – Gwen and Jack.

1926 - 2018
Dearly loved daughter and son-in-law of Vera and Harry

Johnson (both dec). Cherished sister and brother-in-law
of Norma and Reg Thomason (both dec) and Rita and Piano Lessons
Noel Thompson. Loving aunty and uncle of Heather, piano & keyboard SALES COORDINATOR
Gayle, Ian and David. beginner guitar • Are you looking for a Company you can grow with?
� Are you looking for a Company you can grow with?
double bass � Do you enjoy working in a fast-paced environment?
Two wonderful people, (Gordon) • Do you enjoy working in a fast-paced environment?
� Are you able to manage multiple priorities, whilst focusing on attention to detail?

now walking in God’s rose garden

Tim Nelson • Are�� you able to manage multiple priorities, whilst
Help us provide exceptional customer service and contribute to the branch success

and forever in our hearts. focusing

Agricultural focus is preferred but not required. Your new role will be with a leading
at the Sunshineto detail?
0450 904 464 John Deere branch of Cervus Equipment.

HelpIf youusare provide exceptional

looking for a change customer
in your career direction service
and the opportunity to work with and


like-minded people who are passionate about John Deere, please visit our website –
contribute to the branch’s
www.cervusequipment.com.au success.
or contact our Human Resources department on 03 5334
3367, for more details or to apply.
Agricultural focus is preferred but not required. Your
SMITH – Arthur John (Jack) BRASSEY (nee Gentry) – Valda
- Gwen Adeline 17.04.1933 – 24.07.2018 new role will be with a leading John Deere dealer at
Both in their 92nd year. Aged 85 Years. the Sunshine branch of Cervus Equipment.
Loving parents of Jennifer (dec), Carolyn (dec) and Maree & Passed away peacefully surrounded by her loving family. If you are looking for a change in your career direction
Mark. Cherished & loved Grandparents of Scott & Saffiah, Much loved Wife of Ivan (dec.). Dearly loved Mother of Kim
and the opportunity to work with like-minded people
Kerryn & Jarrod, Gavin & Kylie, Sally & Matt, Rob, Amy & & partner Tim.
Jason, Jessica & Josh and Emily. Adored Great Grandparents Loved Nan of Casey, Adrian, Bradley, Daniel and Bianca. who are passionate about John Deere, please visit
of 11. Loving Great Grandmother of Nixon. our website – www.cervusequipment.com.au or
You had a smile for everyone, You were gone before we knew it, contact our Human Resources department on 03
You had a heart of gold, Our hearts ache in sadness 5334 3367, for more details or to apply.
You left behind the memories, and secret tears will flow,
That we will always hold. What it meant to lose you
At Rest Together No one will ever know. PUBLIC NOTICE
Moorabool Landcare Network
SMITH - Arthur John (Jack) PART TIME - Casual Monday 6 August
- Gwen Adeline (nee Johnson) Orchard – garden From 5:10pm
Family and Friends are respectfully advised that the Funeral Capable mature person Council Chambers
Service to Celebrate and Give Thanks for the lives of the late If you enjoy working with plants and people, have mechanical 15 Stead St
Mr Arthur
Funeral Notice John (Jack) Smith and his beloved wife the late Mrs aptitude, interested to stay fit while working in our small BALLAN
Mrs Betty Patricia Banks
Gwen Adeline Smith will be held at the Bacchus Marsh Public orchard garden team, we’d love to receive your resume soon.
Manual driving license essential; first aid, horticulture or
Guest speaker - Elle Fox
Hall Centre, Main Street Bacchus Marsh on Friday August 3,
other certification and experience advantage; aptitude most On landscape genetics of two rare Victorian Eucalypts
News at 1.00 pm. At the conclusion of the service
the Funeral important along with willingness to train. Meal provided, All welcome.
Tuesday 19th Junewill
2018 leave the Public Hall Centre for the Maddingley
Cemetery, Bacchus Marsh. Include three references with your resume, to: RSVP to facilitator@mln.org.au
BANKS - (nee Cooper) Flowers welcome, Manager, Paynes Orchards
372 Bacchus Marsh Rd,
Theif preferred
Funeral Service forathe
late Mrs Bettyto Beyondblue
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Banks will be held of Jack
St John’s Anglican Church,and
Bacchus Marsh Vic 3340
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Simpson Street, beonappreciated.
Ballan Friday, June 22nd 2018 commencing at 2.00pm.
At the Conclusion of the Service, the Funeral will leave the Church for the Ballan New Cemetery.
Envelopes will be provided at the
No Flowers Service, or if preferred donate
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the Lakers. grand tally of 79 for the day. To top this
Darley v Lake Wendouree Roundoff Maegan was voted best-on-court in
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Devils’ Season on Track

most complete performance Heath Scotland, it would his hit-outs to advantage The Devils on the other “For the boys to keep back-
of the year. They won all be former junior, now Wil- were telling. hand have kept their dou- ing up (and winning) with
four quarters for just the sec- liamstown product Billie Devils star midfielder Ste- ble chance hopes alive with an unsettled side, it’s been
ond time this year, the other Myers that would steal the ven Kennedy continued his wins over North Ballarat, a fair effort. We’re keep-
back in Round nine against show in a best on ground outstanding run of form in Bacchus Marsh, Lake Wen- ing a lid on things; we’re
Ballarat. And if not for some performance. the last month while Luther douree and Sunbury in the fully aware there’s a lot more
inaccurate kicking at goal Myers VFL team Williams- Baker blanketed Sunbury last five weeks in what’s been work that needs to be done.
in the first half, the margin town had the bye on Satur- key Mitch Conn in a ‘run labelled a make or break The next month will tell the
could well have been greater. day, giving the 188cm utility with’ type role. Baker’s block in the context of their story when we start to get a
The Devils set up the win the green light to represent influence was not limited season. The reigning pre- few players back.”
with six unanswered goals the Devils in what appears to solely on his defence. While miers have won nine of their Darley are away to Redan
from the 20 minute mark of be a one off for the club this the 24 year old’s workrate at last 12 quarters and 30/52 for this week in another grip-
the second term to the ten year. The 22-year old was a the coal face has been his sig- the season, one more than ping round of BFL matches.
minute mark of the third to standout for the Devils, his nature, it was his outside run Bacchus Marsh (29). League
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REIGNING Premiers Dar- ability to arrest tempo when 11.13- 79 13.18- 96 def
the most out of his chargers Luke Delahey were a con- for the Devils despite a tough
ley have moved into second required was a huge asset in SUNBURY ; 1.2- 8 3.4- 22
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place on the Ballarat Football the must win encounter. 7.6- 48 7.10- 52
player on the list is capable. launching many attacks on Dylan Reid, Lachlan Her-
League ladder after their Darley’s midfield domi- DARLEY (BEST) B. Myers,
“The resilience and the buy- the counter. It was all too ring, Mark Hanson, Jackson
convincing 44-point win nated their highly touted C. Cullen, S. Kennedy, L.
in from the players just to much for a disappointing Carrick and Abe Kur are all
over Sunbury at Darley Park opposition winning the Baker, K. Forde, D. Leonard
play their role has impressed Sunbury who slip to eighth expected to return in the
last Saturday. clearances and subsequent
me the most,” he said. place on the league table. It’s next month. DARLEY (GOALS) D.
inside 50 count comfortably.
The win gives the Devils Both teams had some huge hard to fathom that Sunbury Coach Heath Scotland Robson 3, M. Young 2, H.
Youngster Kyle Forde toiled
some breathing space ahead inclusions, possibly the best admirably in the ruck all day are out of the top six given conceded his list has been Scotland 2, L. Delahey, J. Ed-
of a log jam of five teams on seen in a while for both against the odds in a perfor- they’re the only undefeated plagued with injuries for the wards, C. Cullen, H. Inglis,
36 points that includes Bac- clubs, that set the scene for mance that spoke volumes side at home in the compe- most part of the season. L. Baker, S. Kennedy.
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P W L B F A % PTS P W L F A F (Avg) A (Avg) P W L F A F (Avg) A (Avg)
EAST POINT 12 10 2 2 1314 854 153.9 48 6 5 1 668 478 111 80 6 5 1 646 376 108 63
DARLEY 13 9 4 1 994 836 118.9 40 7 6 1 630 447 90 64 6 3 3 364 389 61 65
BACCHUS MARSH 13 8 5 1 1398 965 144.9 36 7 5 2 843 535 120 76 6 3 3 555 430 93 72
NTH BALLARAT 13 8 5 1 1111 955 116.3 36 6 5 1 547 428 91 71 7 3 4 564 527 81 75
MELTON 12 7 5 2 934 834 112.0 36 6 4 2 470 474 78 79 6 2 4 464 360 77 60
SEBASTABOOL 12 7 5 2 849 801 106.0 36 6 4 2 392 396 65 66 5 2 3 457 405 91 81
LAKE WENDOUREE 13 8 5 1 851 831 102.4 36 6 4 2 375 363 63 61 7 4 3 476 468 68 67
SUNBURY 13 7 6 1 937 899 104.2 32 6 6 0 513 318 86 53 7 1 6 424 581 61 83
BALLARAT 13 3 10 1 731 1337 54.7 16 7 2 5 295 567 42 81 6 1 5 436 770 73 128
REDAN 13 2 11 1 861 1219 70.6 12 6 2 4 414 461 69 77 7 0 7 447 758 64 108
MELTON STH 13 1 12 1 911 1360 67.0 8 7 1 6 561 722 80 103 6 0 6 360 638 60 106

Stephen’sons’ play
alongside father
By Todd Whelan great family club. I wouldn’t
have been there for so long if
Few would argue that the that wasn’t the case.”
best feeling in football is
“My kids have grown up
winning a premiership.
around the footy club. The
But Darley veteran Travis
Stephenson experienced a people I’ve met and played
‘rare air’ moment in foot- with over the years..... I’ve
had a great time, made many Darley coach Heath Scotland is too strong and fast for his
ball last Saturday when he
Sunbury opponent. Photos – Tim Saultry
took to the field for his 415th ‘life’ friends.”
game with the club, along- “I’ve had a ball... I will cher-
side his two sons and newest ish many memories from
teammates Jye aged 18, and
my time at the club, and
Bryce 16.
Saturday was certainly one
Travis had played four
of those.”
games previously with Jye
but it was his first game with Darley Football Club Presi-
Bryce. dent Mark Shelly was short
“I was so nervous during and sweet in acknowledg-
the week leading into the ing the big fella’s loyalty and
game, a bit similar to how contribution to the club.
I’ve felt heading into a Grand “It’s people like Travis who
Final,” he said.
make football clubs,” he
The 44-year old has been a
rock for the Darley Football
Club, applying his craft in Travis is expected to go on
Darley veteran Travis Stephenson (middle) with sons Jye playing again next year. The
the position of ruck over an (left) and Bryce (right) before their monumental game
ongoing career spanning 24 together last Saturday. Photo - submitted determination and will of
years. the beloved number 35 to go
Stephenson was a member years later in 2017. played all of his junior footy. on poses two questions to
of the clubs victorious 1995 leave you with.
The 193cm father of two “The Darley Football Club
Premiership team in the Rid- 1) Could he reach 500
said it was a proud moment is a second family for me. It
dell District Football League
for his family and spoke bugs me they get misrepre- games? And 2), Surely it
before they joined the BFL
IN 1997. Travis would later volumes of his time spent at sented in the wider commu- couldn’t be the grandchil-
feature in the winning Re- the club since crossing from nity for the odd indiscretion dren next, could it?
serve grade premiership, 22 Bacchus Marsh, where he because they really are a Good luck Travis.
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Lakers Drown BFL

Wasteful Cobras Ladder
Ballarat Football League Team % PTS

By Todd Whelan be addressed. Seniors
“I thought our effort was Results - Round 14 1 East Point..................153.86 48
BACCHUS MARSH has Seniors 2 Darley........................118.90 40
good and we created enough
again paid the price for inac- 3 Bacchus Marsh.........144.87 36

scoring opportunities to Lake Wendouree 12.12 (84) def Bacchus Marsh 10.15 (75)
curacy in front of goal, fall- 4 North Ballarat City....116.34 36
win,” he said. Darley 13.18 (96) def Sunbury 7.10 (52) 5 Melton....................... 111.99 36
ing to Lake Wendouree by “We missed some impor-
9-points at Maddingley Park East Point 23.19 (157) def Ballarat 11.8 (74) 6 Sebastopol............... 105.99 36
tant targets and made some 7 Lake Wendouree......102.41 36

last Saturday. North Ballarat City 13.12 (90) def Melton South 9.18 (72)
poor decisions at half for- 8 Sunbury....................104.23 32
The Cobras have now lost ward.... we failed to convert Sebastopol 11.14 (80) def Redan 4.7 (31) 9 Ballarat.......................54.67 16
four of their last five games, some very basic shots on Reserves 10 Redan........................70.63 12
including their last three, goal. Bacchus Marsh 11.11 (77) def Lake Wendouree 7.4 (46) 11 Melton South...............66.99 8
to end a horrible five-week “The money kick inside 50 Reserves A Grade
Sunbury 12.10 (82) def Darley 9.4 (58)
block of games in front of really let us down,” 1 East Point..................278.93 54 1 Sunbury 56 145.96
goal. Their only win during East Point 22.19 (151) def Ballarat 3.4 (22) 2 Bacchus Marsh.........193.64 48
“If the boys keep bringing 2 North Ballarat 44 114.84
this period came at home Melton South 25.7 (157) def North Ballarat City 9.3 (57) 3 Sunbury ................... 117.84 38 3 East Point 40 122.67
the effort, I’ve got little doubt 4 Melton South............. 114.05 32
against Sebastopol in Round Sebastopol 11.15 (81) def Redan 11.8 (74) 4 Lake Wendouree 40 110.11
we can turn things around.” 5 Darley........................109.78 32
11 on July 7. Under 18.5s 5 Sebastopol 38 108.41
Bacchus Marsh now find 6 Sebastopol.................81.29 32
But even then, the cracks Lake Wendouree 9.11 (65) def Bacchus Marsh 5.10 (40) 6 Bacchus Marsh 34 101.02
themselves back with the 7 Melton........................85.20 28
were starting to show.
pack in third place on 36 Sunbury 10.27 (87) def Darley 5.12 (42) 8 Lake Wendouree.......86.26 24 7 Melton South 24 99.63
The last five weeks has re- points just percentage ahead 9 Redan......................... 71.61 24 8 Ballarat 24 88.65
turned a wasteful 52 goals East Point 9.9 (63) def Ballarat 8.14 (62)
of seventh place. 10 Ballarat......................63.77 12 9 Redan 20 100.53
and 80 behinds for the Co- North Ballarat City 26.12 (168) def Melton South 4.4 (28) 11 North Ballarat City.... 50.74 12
The bye is a timely one for 10 Darley 8 69.35
bras. Not once were they Under 18.5s
the Cobras at the back end 11 Melton 4 63.07
ahead of the ledger, booting
5 (goals) 19 (behinds), 16.19,
of the season; it gives them Ballarat Junior Football League 1 East Point..................160.55 52
2 Lake Wendouree......160.49 48
a chance to reset before the B Grade
9.14, 12.13 and 10.15. They’ve Results – Round 13 3 North Ballarat City... 286.48 44
final three rounds of the sea- 1 Sunbury 56 183.14
been well and truly in with Under 16.5 Seniors 4 Sunbury....................144.40 40
son and an almost certain 2 Lake Wendouree 48 139.85
a winning chance in each 5 Redan........................ 117.92 36
finals campaign. The draw Lake Wendouree 9.6 (60) def Redan 7.9 (51) 6 Ballarat...................... 114.63 32
of their four losses over the 3 East Point 44 151.81
doesn’t look as comfortable North Ballarat 9.14 (68) def Darley 1.1 (7) 7 Melton........................86.33 24
period, their average los- 4 Ballarat 36 122.08
for the Cobras as it once did. Ballarat 21.11 (137) def Bacchus Marsh 2.2 (14) 8 Darley.........................78.21 24
ing margin has been just 9.5 5 Redan 36 118.47
The Cobras will travel to 9 Bacchus Marsh..........54.91 20
points. U16.5 Reserves 6 North Ballarat 32 92.16
Sunbury who are unbeaten 10 Melton South...............24.98 8
To put their recent ‘yips’ at home before finishing Sebastopol 10.12 (72) def Redan 8.5 (53) 7 Melton South 22 78.66
11 Sebastopol...................0.00 0
into perspective and the with Sebastopol (away) and a North Ballarat 9.11 (65) def Darley 4.6 (30) 8 Melton 20 80.04
U16.5 Seniors
damage it’s causing, let’s home meeting with Melton. Bacchus Marsh 6.7 (43) def Ballarat 3.11 (29) 1 North Ballarat........... 235.80 44 9 Bacchus Marsh 20 75.54
take a look at the five-week 2 Lake Wendouree......204.74 44 10 Sebastopol 12 73.54
Destiny, as they say, lies in Mount Clear 9.13 (67) def East Point 0.3 (3)
block previous, rounds five 3 East Point..................240.24 40
their own hands. U14 Seniors 11 Darley 6 52.36
through to nine. 4 Ballarat......................104.32 24
Redan 3.7 (25) def Sebastopol 2.7 (19)
The Cobras went undefeat- 5 Redan........................103.70 24
BACCHUS MARSH 3.2- 20 North Ballarat 17.14 (116) def Darley 0.0 (0) C Grade
ed with five wins over this 6 Mount Clear...............78.01 16
5.8- 38 9.12- 66 10.15-75 lost 1 Sunbury 44 131.84
period averaging 137 points Ballarat 4.2 (26) def Bacchus Marsh 3.2 (20) 7 Bacchus Marsh............ 30.13 8
per game. They kicked 103 to 8 Darley...........................34.37 4 2 Redan 44 130.24
East Point 9.10 (64) def Mount Clear 2.2 (14)
goals and 65 behinds, regis- LAKE WENDOUREE 4.2- U16.5 Reserves 3 Bacchus Marsh 40 145.24
U14 Reserves
tered over 100 points in each 26 8.5- 53 10.8- 68 12.12- 84 1 Ballarat......................264.18 48 4 East Point 40 130.25
Redan 10.9 (69) def Sebastopol 2.5 (17) 2 Bacchus Marsh.........185.49 40 5 Ballarat 40 126.70
game with comfortable wins BACCHUS MARSH
against East Point (away), (GOALS) A. Willits 4, B. North Ballarat 15.7 (97) def Darley 0.0 (0) 3 Mount Clear..............158.49 40 6 Lake Wendouree 36 124.56
Ballarat, Melton (away), Re- Speight 2, D. Phyland 2, H. Bacchus Marsh 4.4 (28) def Ballarat 2.6 (18) 4 Redan........................146.74 36 7 Darley 36 114.18
dan and Sunbury. Coulton, B. Griffiths. Mount Clear 6.8 (44) def East Point 4.6 (30) 5 North Ballarat.............93.20 28
8 Melton South 16 77.26
6 Sebastopol................100.95 24
The argument is damning, BACCHUS MARSH (BEST) U12 Seniors 7 Lake Wendouree...... 73.90 20 9 Sebastopol 16 54.12
and the results speak for D. Burton, H. King, J. Chisa- Redan 8.13 (61) def Sebastopol 2.4 (16) 8 East Point...................70.97 20 10 Melton 12 62.28
themselves. ri, N. Stuhldreier, J. Owen, B. North Ballarat 7.3 (45) def Darley 4.4 (28) 9 Darley...........................14.37 4 11 North Ballarat City 8
Coach Travis Hodgson re- Griffiths. Bacchus Marsh 7.8 (50) def Ballarat 1.2 (8) U14 Seniors 49.89
mained in a positive frame APPLE 98.5FM VOTES - 5. 1 North Ballarat...........1164.21 50
Mount Clear 3.9 (27) def East Point 2.4 (16)
of mind post-match, praising D. Burton 4. H. King 3. J. 2 East Point................. 915.87 46 19&Under
effort while acknowledging Owen 2. B. Griffiths 1. J. U12 Reserves 3 Mount Clear..............221.45 40
Redan 3.1 (19) def Sebastopol 0.3 (3) 1 Melton South 52 155.10
there were flaws that need to Chisari. 4 Redan.........................76.44 28
5 Bacchus Marsh..........49.59 20 2 Ballarat 44 156.73
Lake Wendouree 11.10 (76) def Ballarat Storm 1.1 (7)
6 Ballarat....................... 41.01 20 3 Melton 40 140.63
North Ballarat 3.3 (21) def Darley 0.1 (1)
7 Lake Wendouree.......38.27 20 4 North Ballarat 38 132.58
Ballarat 11.1 (67) def Bacchus Marsh 0.0 (0) 8 Sebastopol.................32.28 20 5 Lake Wendouree 38 124.40
East Point 6.2 (38) def Mount Clear 4.3 (27) 9 Darley.........................24.88 12 6 Sunbury 36 122.72
U14 Reserves 7 Redan 28 113.47
Ballarat Football/Netball League
Ballarat Football/Netball League 1 North Ballarat........... 553.03 48
2 Mount Clear..............267.89 48
8 Darley 20 84.02
Senior Results – Round 14 9 East Point 20 80.76
Results – Round 14 3 Redan....................... 205.59 40
4 Lake Wendouree...... 127.68 32 10 Bacchus Marsh 8 63.79
Club A B C D 19&U E
Bacchus Marsh 42 17 24 37 20 29 5 Sebastopol................. 70.71 28 11 Sebastopol 8 20.27
Lake Wendouree 54 54 30 32 38 19 6 East Point...................84.25 26
Darley 53 39 42 21 31 - 7 Bacchus Marsh.......... 47.77 16
Sunbury 56 67 38 41 45 -
D Grade
East Point 50 52 34 41 20 21
8 Darley..........................31.74 12 1 Bacchus Marsh 48 143.25
Ballarat 32 40 40 27 36 38 9 Ballarat.......................32.42 10 2 Lake Wendouree 46 151.70
Melton South 47 42 29 34 33 - U12 Seniors
3 Melton 40 146.05
Nth Ballarat City 48 45 25 16 31 - 1 Mount Clear..............207.69 48
Sebastopol 54 31 17 17 16 - 2 North Ballarat............189.63 44 4 East Point 40 137.76
Redan 51 48 40 25 51 - 5 Sunbury 40 119.70
3 East Point..................199.67 40
4 Ballarat...................... 151.46 32 6 Melton South 38 104.11
BFL Top Goal Kickers 5 Bacchus Marsh..........96.16 26
6 Darley........................ 115.73 22
7 Redan
8 Sebastopol
Seniors 7 Lake Wendouree.......69.33 20 9 Ballarat 16 75.00
William Young North Ballarat City................ 48 8 Redan.........................59.53 20 10 Darley 16 65.94
Aaron Willitts Bacchus Marsh....................... 46 9 Sebastopol...................18.78 8
U12 Reserves 11 North Ballarat 8 49.90
Jake Owen Bacchus Marsh....................... 36
1 North Ballarat .......... 654.84 52
Benjamin Speight Bacchus Marsh....................... 33 E Grade
2 Ballarat..................... 359.09 44
Reserves 3 Sebastopol............... 300.00 36 1 Melton South 46 137.12
Ethan Tibbles Bacchus Marsh....................... 43 4 Redan........................273.46 32 2 Sebastopol 44 142.98
Aaron Speak Darley...................................... 20 5 Darley........................235.47 32 3 Bacchus Marsh 44 135.37
Jack Powell Bacchus Marsh........................17 6 East Point...................79.58 24 4 Ballarat 40 100.86
7 Mount Clear...............65.77 16
Under 18.5s 5 Lake Wendouree 38 100.43
8 Lake Wendouree ......59.49 12
Jack Riding North Ballarat City................ 32 9 Bacchus Marsh.......... 24.61 12 6 East Point 36 79.88
Photo: Tim Saultry Connor Ascough Darley.......................................14 10 Ballarat Storm..............2.88 0 7 Darley 24 52.24
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AFL Goldfields Women’s

Football League
TEAM Pts %

1 Buninyong 60 418.33
Results – Round 13 2 Carngham 54 265.56
AFL Goldfields Women’s 3 Hepburn 54 177.01
4 Dunnstown 44 151.71
East Point 1.4 (10) def Redan 1.3 (9) Central Highlands Football League 5 Creswick 44 140.31
Bacchus Marsh 3.5 (23) def Melton Centrals 2.3 (15) Seniors 6 Springbank 42 148.79
Results – Round 15 7 Bungaree 36 132.66
BFNL U18 Youth Girls Team % PTS
Seniors 8 Beaufort 34 93.69
Lake Wendouree 12.10 (82) def Redan 1.0 (6) 1 Waubra......................172.75 56 9 Skipton 28 93.02
Ballarat Swans 9.9 (63) def Creswick 0.0 (0) Buninyong 20.13 (133) def Daylesford 4.3 (27) 10 Learmonth 24 90.67
2 Beaufort................... 234.88 52
Ararat Storm 2.11 (23) def North Ballarat City 2.1 (13) Gordon 13.10 (88) def Bungaree 10.8 (68) 11 Newlyn 24 80.68
3 Buninyong................. 251.76 48 12 Gordon 20 78.78
RDFNL U18 Youth Girls Newlyn 9.15 (69) def Ballan 10.6 (66) 4 Gordon......................157.20 48 13 Smythesdale 18 75.33
Gisborne White 1.7 (13) def Bacchus Marsh Cobras 1.2 (8) Learmonth v Dunnstown (cancelled) 5 Springbank................ 117.89 48 14 Daylesford 18 56.37
Hepburn 25.14 (164) def Clunes 7.4 (46) 15 Ballan 16 69.52
Gisborne Blue 2.9 (21) def Darley Devils 1.2 (8) 6 Newlyn......................149.39 44 16 Clunes 12 54.75
Sunbury Kangaroos 9.7 (61) def Melton Centrals 1.2 (8) Waubra 22.16 (148) def C’ham/Linton 6.5 (41) 7 Hepburn....................166.67 40 17 Rokewood 12 47.37
AFL Goldfields U15 Youth Girls Creswick 9.15 (69) def R’wood/C’hap 7.12 (54) 8 Bungaree..................140.97 36 18 Waubra 0 7.02
Lake Wendouree 6.7 (43) def Redan 3.3 (21) Springbank 9.18 (72) def Skipton 8.7 (55) 9 Learmonth.................130.48 34 1 Buninyong 56 352.29
East Point Dragons 9.8 (62) def Sunbury Kangaroos 0.2 (2) Reserves 10 Dunnstown................91.88 34 2 Learmonth 56 258.43
BFNL U13 Junior Girls 11 Ballan........................70.75 24 3 Bungaree 52 247.98
Buninyong 20.17 (137) def Daylesford 0.3 (3) 4 Daylesford 48 133.94
Ballarat Swans 3.2 (20) drew Ballarat Storm 3.2 (20) Bungaree 4.12 (36) def Gordon 5.5 (35) 12 Creswick...................73.23 20 5 Newlyn 42 140.67
Redan 10.11 (71) def Lakers 0.0 (0) Ballan 13.8 (86) def Newlyn 4.6 (30) 13 Skipton......................58.60 20 6 Hepburn 42 111.15
East Point Dragons 11.5 (71) def Carisbrook 2.1 (13) 7 Ballan 40 131.58
Learmonth 9.7 (61) def Dunnstown 6.5 (41) 14 Daylesford.................56.76 12 8 Springbank 34 120.59
RDFNL U13 Junior Girls 15 R’wood/C’hap...........49.31 12 9 Clunes 34 92.72
Hepburn 14.19 (103) def Clunes 1.3 (9)
Bacchus Marsh Cobras 1.2 (8) def Gisborne White 1.0 (6) 16 C’ham/Linton............... 37.89 8 10 Smythesdale 28 98.34
Waubra 11.13 (79) def C’ham/Linton 9.6 (60) 11 Waubra 28 69.94
Creswick 10.3 (63) def R’wood/C’hap 6.5 (41) 17 Clunes..........................37.12 4 12 Creswick 24 75.22
Bacchus Marsh Soccer Club Skipton 10.11 (71) def Springbank 3.4 (22)
13 Beaufort
14 Carngham
Results - Round 14 Beaufort 14.8 (92) def Smythesdale 7.10 (52) 15 Skipton 12 43.15
1 Beaufort....................341.69 56 16 Dunnstown 10 48.15
Under 13s Div 1 Open Under 18 2 Learmonth.................216.47 56 17 Gordon 4 39.76
Bacchus Marsh Blue (2) def Ballarat North United Black (0) Gordon 9.12 (66) def Bungaree 2.3 (15) 17&Under
3 Buninyong................. 510.75 52
Goals - David Dillon (1), Nick Blanks (1) Newlyn 16.5 (101) def Ballan 8.3 (51) 1 Bungaree 60 251.85
4 Bungaree..................148.36 40 2 Learmonth 56 359.43
Under 13s Div 2 Open Learmonth 10.7 (67) def Dunnstown 3.3 (21) 5 Creswick...................128.57 40 3 Hepburn 56 330.63
Bacchus Marsh Yellow (3) def Ballarat North United White (0) 4 Buninyong 52 213.64
Hepburn 25.14 (164) def Clunes 0.0 (0) 6 Hepburn.................... 127.67 40
Goals - Cameron Gilliland (1), Isabel Srnec (1), Lincoln 5 Dunnstown 44 144.53
C’ham/Linton 11.6 (72) def Waubra 2.10 (22) 7 Dunnstown................ 137.97 36 6 Newlyn 40 166.53
Stevanov (1)
Creswick 17.11 (113) def R’wood/C’hap 5.1 (31) 8 Ballan....................... 108.90 36 7 Gordon 40 132.90
Under 15s Div 1 Open 8 Beaufort 36 105.23
Springbank 22.12 (144) def Skipton 1.0 (6) 9 Waubra...................... 101.13 32
Bacchus Marsh Blue (3) drew Ballarat Red (3) 9 Creswick 32 120.90
Goals - Justin Hobert (3) Buninyong 23.15 (153) def Daylesford 0.0 (0) 10 R’wood/C’hap.......... 96.94 28 10 Springbank 32 83.85
Beaufort 18.11 (119) def Smythesdale 2.1 (13) 11 Smythesdale.............86.99 24 11 Carngham 24 62.05
Under 16 Girls 12 Ballan 16 63.06
Bacchus Marsh (1) lost Ballarat Eureka Strikers (2) Under 15 12 Newlyn...................... 84.15 20 13 Daylesford 16 49.28
Goal - Ava Farella (1) Buninyong 7.8 (50) def Daylesford 2.3 (15) 13 C’ham/Linton.............60.26 20 14 Skipton 14 51.77
14 Skipton...................... 51.71 20 15 Clunes 12 48.27
Senior Women’s Div. 1 Bungaree 9.9 (63) drew Gordon 10.3 (63) 16 Rokewood 4 37.41
Bacchus Marsh (0) lost Ballarat Eureka Strikers (4) Newlyn 16.16 (112) def Ballan 0.1 (1) 15 Gordon......................64.40 16 17 Waubra 4 35.47
Senior Men’s Div. 2 16 Daylesford................. 42.10 12 18 Smythesdale 2 26.62
Learmonth 7.3 (45) def Dunnstown 5.3 (33) C Grade
Bacchus Marsh (2) def Creswick (1) 17 Clunes.......................34.54 12
Hepburn 10.10 (70) def Clunes 1.3 (9) 1 Learmonth 60 218.71
Goals - Jalen Shugg (1), Josh Tejedor (1) 18 Springbank..................38.33 0 2 Hepburn 56 222.02
Waubra 10.6 (66) def C’ham/Linton 4.6 (30)
3 Bungaree 52 189.69
R’wood/C’hap 11.7 (73) def Creswick 2.1 (13) 4 Springbank 48 162.25
Under 18
Skipton 6.9 (45) def Springbank 1.2 (8) 5 Newlyn 44 150.44
1 Springbank................591.40 60 6 Buninyong 40 128.21
Beaufort 10.10 (70) def Smythesdale 6.0 (36) 7 Gordon 40 120.05
2 Buninyong................ 334.35 56
8 Ballan 36 102.10
Central Highlands Netball League 3 Hepburn....................547.52 52
Central Highlands Netball League 4 Learmonth.................275.48 48
9 Dunnstown
10 Beaufort
Results Round15
15 5 Newlyn......................232.07 48 11 Waubra 22 84.52
12 Clunes 20 86.34
6 C’ham/Linton 179.35 40 13 Creswick 16 78.12
Club 13&U 15&U 17&U C B A
Newlyn 7 14 36 34 26 26 7 Beaufort....................156.09 36 14 Carngham 16 68.69
Ballan 15 21 12 17 34 36 8 Creswick...................151.66 36 15 Daylesford 16 54.13
Smythesdale 11 34 11 14 16 13 16 Rokewood 12 65.24
9 Gordon......................138.95 36 17 Skipton 4 55.30
Beaufort 16 22 28 50 41 82
10 Dunnstown................70.80 28 18 Smythesdale 0 15.68
Daylesford 4 16 11 21 23 20 B Grade
Buninyong 24 40 54 30 51 68 11 Waubra......................91.66 24
1 Learmonth 58 196.48
Learmonth 6 50 33 41 45 48 12 Skipton......................61.49 24 2 Bungaree 58 192.49
Dunnstown 25 4 12 20 40 20 13 Bungaree..................75.49 20 3 Springbank 48 157.28
Bungaree 23 58 30 44 39 56 14 R’wood/C’hap...........36.78 12 4 Hepburn 46 123.35
Gordon 17 3 21 27 28 31 5 Waubra 40 129.05
Clunes 15 21 12 32 45 39 15 Clunes.........................36.35 8 6 Newlyn 40 129.02
Hepburn 54 21 56 72 45 47 16 Smythesdale............... 25.16 8 7 Ballan 38 121.79
Skipton 20 14 13 16 27 19 8 Buninyong 36 127.42
17 Ballan..........................34.28 4 9 Dunnstown 36 125.95
Springbank 32 46 31 61 47 56 18 Daylesford.................... 3.12 0 10 Carngham 26 99.60
Carngham 52 13 27 19 18 26 11 Gordon 24 108.62
Waubra 0 17 22 30 44 49 12 Creswick 24 107.54
Creswick 23 - 38 34 48 49 Under 15 13 Clunes 22 105.37
Rokewood 3 - 10 16 15 34 1 Skipton..................... 864.94 60 14 Skipton 12 82.93
2 Gordon......................550.71 54 15 Rokewood 12 57.48
16 Beaufort 8 62.85
CHFL Top Goal Kickers 3 Bungaree..................323.68 52 17 Daylesford 8 61.76
4 Springbank................379.30 44 18 Smythesdale 4 8.67
Seniors A Grade
5 Buninyong.................312.67 44
Isaac Baker Buninyong.............................. 40 1 Learmonth 60 303.11
Brendan Sutcliffe Gordon..................................... 28 6 Beaufort....................295.47 42 2 Bungaree 54 198.83
7 Daylesford.................115.25 36 3 Springbank 54 152.07
Reserves 4 Buninyong 48 175.10
Rodney Watts Ballan....................................... 51 8 R’wood/C’hap...........177.54 32
5 Dunnstown 40 129.22
Connor Ronan Dunnstown............................. 23 9 Creswick................... 133.18 32 6 Waubra 40 126.63
Damon Simpkin Dunnstown............................. 21 10 Smythesdale............ 127.09 32 7 Ballan 38 143.16
11 Learmonth................. 59.19 28 8 Creswick 38 111.06
Under 18 9 Hepburn 36 124.09
James Spicer Springbank............................. 97 12 Waubra......................63.53 24 10 Gordon 28 104.42
Under 15 13 Hepburn.................... 47.04 16 11 Clunes 28 100.70
12 Rokewood 24 92.49
Connor Parkin Springbank............................. 80 14 Newlyn......................45.86 16 13 Beaufort 16 96.92
Danie Pascoe Gordon..................................... 65 15 Dunnstown................43.46 12 14 Newlyn 12 76.80
Lachlan Reynolds Gordon..................................... 47 16 C’ham/Linton............. 37.20 12 15 Carngham 12 60.74
Tobey Jeffrey Bungaree................................. 38 16 Skipton 8 38.59
17 Clunes.......................... 7.52 4 17 Daylesford 4 29.79
Thomas Elliott Bungaree................................. 28 18 Ballan........................... 1.61 0 18 Smythesdale 0 21.24
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Darley Junior Football Bacchus Marsh

Netball Club Little Athletics
Results – Round 13 v North Ballarat

U/10 Seniors
Darley 1-0-6 lost North Ballarat 3-2-20
Goals – Jet D’arcy 1
Awards – Isaac Jordan, Declan Johansen,
State Cross Country
Elijah Copeman, Jet D’arcy, Darcy Dannatt
Awards – Imogen Goulett, Steph Newell, The Little Athletics Victoria
U/10 Reserves
Caroline Tucker, Matilda Dyzel, Tylah State Cross Country Cham-
Darley 4-4-28 def North Ballarat 4-1-25
Wright pionships were held on Sat-
Goals – Jayden Prior 3, Oliver Cape 1
U13 Girls Football urday at Lake Dewar Lodge,
Awards – Jayden Bell, Joseph Ford, Jordan
Davidson, Oliver Quick, Jayden Prior, Max BYE situated in the picturesque
Oakley NETBALL hills of the Myrniong region.
U/10 Development U/11 Seniors 691 athletes from around
Darley v North Ballarat Darley 10 lost North Ballarat 11 the State descended on the
Awards – Aaran Goel, Riley Rodgers, Kieron Goals – Alanah Tango 6, Mia Hayes 4 venue, along with the sup-
Rodgers, Tyler Burns, Riley Burgess Best on court - Mia Hayes port of hundreds of parents,
U/12 Seniors U/11 Reserves grandparents, siblings and
Darley 4-4-28 def by North Ballarat 7-3-45 Darley 4 lost North Ballarat 9 friends. The sun was shin-
Goals – Jackson Davies 1, Deacon Fawcett, Goals – Abbey Vallence 2, Ryley Benbow 2 ing and Bacchus Marsh
Cooper Jordan, Jett Walker-Collins athletes were set to produce
Best on court – Ellie Murphy
Awards – Jack Anderson, Jakob Bankowski, their best performance for
U/13 Seniors
Kai Beattie, Seth Fawcett, Lachie Bartolo this major event.
Darley 12 lost North Ballarat 33
U/12 Reserves First event for the day was
Goals – Bridie Shanhan 6, Ava Densley 5,
Darley 0-1-1 lost North Ballarat 3-3-21 the Under 12 Boys participat-
Milly Vallence 1
Awards – Noah Johansen, Deegan Giles, ing over 2 kilometres. The
Archie Colbron, Lucas Carnell, Logan Best on court – Claudia Runge
track had some challenging
Growcott, Lachlan Kaye U/13 Reserves
stages, including crossing
U/14 Seniors Darley 18 drew North Ballarat 18
over large poles and a tough Danielle Ide and Elise Cook after their race.
Darley 0-0-0 lost North Ballarat 17-14-116 Goals – Charlotte Drevensek 15, Ella Closter
gruelling hill climb. Xavier
Awards – Mitchell Gallagher, Cooper 2, Maddy Vella 1
Goodman crossed the line overall for the boys. Under boys got off to a flying start
Parsons Jones, Ben Hutchens, Kerran Best on court – Charlotte Drevensek with Nick sitting mid field
first for Bacchus Marsh in 10 girls, Mackenzie Estlick
Ribbons, Kristian Williams, James Chalmers U/15 Seniors
38th position overall with and Shameka Grero both throughout the race and
U/14 Reserves Darley 22 lost North Ballarat 38
Nate Sadhai next for the put in great performances maintained his position to
Darley 0-0-0 lost North Ballarat 15-7-97 Goals – Eliza Tango 12, Britney Ellis 10
Marsh in 47th place. Next over 2kms with Mackenzie finish in 35th place.
Awards – Mitchell Gallager, Tarkyn Best on court – Brooke McNeill
Hamilton, Jayven Tanner, Kristian Williams, up were the Under 12 Girls, claiming a 37th place while Melton athletes Sarah Bur-
U/15 Reserves BMLAC was represented teammate Shameka was ton (U9 41st), James Burton
Aidyn Bartolo
Darley 4 lost North Ballarat 46 by Elise Cook and Danielle the 47th finisher. In her (U11 63rd) and to Werribee
U/16.5 Seniors
Darley 1-1-7 lost North Ballarat 9-14-68 Goals – Isabella Di Mieri 2, Emily Cook 2 Ide. After a quick start, the first Cross Country season, athletes Jack Mutsaerts (U11
Goals – Bryce Stephenson 1 Best on court – Emily Cook girls gained on the field with Bridget Henthorn gained a 18th) and Grace Mutsaerts
U/16.5 Reserves U/17 Seniors Elise crossing the finish line top 30 placing, finishing her (U13 32nd) compete in week-
Darley 4-6-30 lost North Ballarat 9-11-65 Darley 18 lost North Ballarat 49 in 32nd place and Danielle 3km event in 28th place. In ly Cross Country meets at
Goals – Jye Burton 2, Harrison Barnes 1, Goals - Emma Winzar 14, Kaylee Banner 2, 49th. The Under 15 Boys the final event for the Cham- Bacchus Marsh.
Riley Balnaves Ella Cook 2 and Girls completed 2 laps of pionships, Nicholas Ide was This Saturday’s Cross
Youth Girls U/17 Reserves the 1500m course. Solomon the sole representative for Country meet will be held
Darley 1-2-8 lost Gisborne Blue 2-9-21 Darley 3 lost North Ballarat 48 Miesen ran a consistently BMLAC in the Boys Under at Bostock Reservoir, Ballan
Goals – Tylah Wright 1 Goals – Ebony Pigott 2, Tenaya Mills 1 paced race to finish 11th 9 1.5km race. The young commencing at 10.30am.

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