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Tuesday 18 September, 2018 Serving Ballan and district since 1872 Phone 5368 1966 Vol 12 No 37

The winning Ballan Brumbies Under 14 Girls with coach Alfonso de la Cruz (L-R) back – Lilly-Cate Mullane, Bridget Casey, Amy O’Brien, Memphis Mackenzie, Amelia Aikns (front) Charli-
Anne Mulgrew, Ava Connally and Carly McCausland. Photo - submitted

Girls take premiership

By Helen Tatchell In 2017, the Under 14 girls made the grand final in their At half time the Ballan Brumbies were in control, 18-
first ever season but were runners up. They had a score 8. They went on to score at every given opportunity,
A brumby is defined as a wild horse in Australia and to settle in 2018. defeating the Sovereign Knights 30-14 at full time.
last Saturday on a basketball court, there were eight All season they were the team to beat and finished top Bridget Casey top-scored with 16 points and Amy
young ladies that went wild after their grand final win. of the ladder before the finals commenced. O’Brien 6.
The Ballan Brumbies U14 girls basketball team soundly Coach Alfonso de la Cruz said hard work, training, In the association, Bridget Casey was number one
defeated the Sovereign Knights 30 points to 14. commitment and team work all paid off at the final scorer in the entire Under 14 competition with an
The Ballan basketball club is young, only forming one whistle. average of 14.6 followed by Amy O’Brien on 12.24 and
year ago and now hosts around 15 teams; of those 11 are “The girls deserved this win and I am very proud of Shanae Blaby (Phoenix) on 11.8.
youth teams and four adult teams in the competition. them,” he said. The summer season competition commences in Term
This is the first premiership for the club in the “They came out hungry for the ball, and the win, 4 of the 2018 school year. Interested players can contact
12-months since inauguration. scoring 10 points to 0 in the first two minutes.” the club via their website.

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Jail is the
next step
By Caitlin Bewley
(1st Yr Swinburne Uni)

A young man who appeared in the Bacchus Marsh (Friday

Lal Lal railway station. Photo Kristina Kitchingman 31 August) court alleged it was police who told a ‘little white

Project Railroaded
On March 2 of this year Nathan White, an excavator operator
from Ballan, was allegedly caught traveling at excessive
speeds along the Western Highway towards Ballarat.
Police recorded White travelling 131km/h in a 110km/h
zone before intercepting him and realising his licence had
By Kate Taylor in early September had sur- money isn’t there - they funding. been suspended.
prising news. gave the impression that if Victrack then reviewed the When asked by police about the eligibility of his license, the
The small town of Lal Lal “Unfortunately, I have to we rubber-stamped it and application, finding that it accused allegedly replied, “got no idea.”
has suffered a great train inform you that currently agreed to our portion of the met the selection criteria – Prosecutor Senior Constable Lisa Schoemaker told the court
robbery. there is no approved budget involvement, that we were Victrack had even set out a that the police report read White had said “his dad had been
In a move that Ronnie Biggs for the program, so we have up and away. that’s why it timeframe for work to begin pushed off a bridge and he is dying, I’m in a hurry.”
would have been proud of, a made the decision to put was brought to council very which, including tenders,
Magistrate Gregory Robinson asked White if he had
grant of $800,000 from Vic- all projects that have not quickly - to get a decision. was set to begin mid-2019.
anything to say.
track to restore the Lal Lal yet reached construction I’m flabbergasted. To say that The scope of the works
railway station to its former we have been misled would “Well firstly, they didn’t write what I said, they wrote what
on hold,” the letter reads in was set to be subject to the
be an understatement. they wanted to hear,” the accused replied
glory has disappeared. part. architectural design, struc-
“It’s gone from a sure-thing “I said my dad is in the hospital because he was pushed off a
It had seemed a done deal – “This means we are not able tural engineering reports
to political gobbledegook.” bridge and I was in a hurry, I didn’t say he was going to die,”
Moorabool councillors voted to progress the application and other site investigations
White said.
at the June council meeting for the Lal Lal station build- Interest in restoring the Lal that would be conducted in
to take on the head lease Lal Railway Station began the pre-planning stage, re- “So, what is the current situation regarding your licence?”
ing restoration.” Magistrate Robinson asked the accused.
for the site to meet the last eight years ago when the sulting in the range of the
The letter advised that the “I currently believe it’s still suspended, but I didn’t know
requirement of the grant cri- now defunct Friends of Lal grant amount being between
project may be reconsidered exactly when I was meant to get my licence back.” White
teria before it was allocated Lal Railway Station Group $500,000 and $800,000.
in the future if a budget was replied.
in the next round of funding entered into discussions **The Moorabool News
under Victrack’s program made available again. “Are you not curious to see the status of [your licence]?”
with Victrack over potential contacted Victrack for com-
to restore railway assets for Mayor Paul Tatchell said new uses. ment, however at the time Magistrate Robinson asked confused.
community use. he was flabbergasted when The Lal Lal Railway Com- of going to print a comment “You’ve got to follow the law, and if you keep breaking the
But a letter sent to both council received the letter. mittee was formed in 2017 had not been received. Their law you will go to jail.”
Moorabool Shire Council “They said the money was and joined with the Lal Lal response will be printed in a White was fined $2500 and Magistrate Robinson told the
and the Lal Lal Railway there,” mayor Tatchell said. Catchment Landcare Group future edition of the Moora- accused, “if you come back here for the same offence, it’s
Committee from Victrack “I’m surprised that the and applied for the Victrack bool News when received. going to be very hard to convince me not to send you to jail.”

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Smoke on the horizon

A sign of a hot dry summer ahead is planned “We will be working closely with the Bureau
burning in spring. of Meteorology to assess weather conditions,
Already, Forest Fire Management Victoria such as humidity, temperature and wind
and the CFA have commenced planned speed, and will only carry out burns when
burning across Victoria to reduce bushfire the conditions are suitable.
risk before summer. Mr Hardman said underlying dryness
Forest Fire Management Victoria (FFMVic) across the state and the potential for an
Chief Fire Officer Chris Hardman said early fire season will limit the burning
FFMVic and CFA crews are focused on opportunities.
conducting planned burns in high risk
“When conditions are right we will take the
communities when weather conditions are
suitable. opportunity to reduce bushfire risk.
“Planned burns throughout spring will “Working with CFA is a vital part of our
be small discrete operations that can be planned burning program ensuring that
undertaken in a one or two-day period, we are using local knowledge to manage
rather than larger burns over a longer period bushfire risk together,” said Mr Hardman.
of time,” Mr Hardman said For the latest information about when
“You may see and smell smoke from these planned burns are happening near you go
planned burns, and some roads and parks to www.ffm.vic.gov.au/plannedburn or call
may close. 1800 226 226.

favourite to visit
Since 2003, Grow West has been working to rejuvenate 10,000 hectares of the Upper
Werribee Catchment by creating links between the Brisbane Ranges National Park,
Werribee Gorge State Park and the Lerderderg Gorge State Park.

AFL’s current golden boy and 2017 Brownlow medallist and premiership winning player, Grow West is currently seeking nominations for five community representatives to join its
Dustin ‘Dusty’ Martin, is heading to Moorabool just days before the AFL Grand Final. implementation committee. The committee is comprised of community representatives and
key stakeholder organisations. It acts as a board of management for the Grow West
The number 4 Richmond player will make an appearance at the Bacchus Marsh Village on
program; providing strategic direction and advice.
Wednesday, September 26 between 11am-1pm.
Martin will take part in a handball competition, skills clinic and a Q&A session, as well as Nominate now and be a part of Grow West’s success and make a genuine and lasting
photo and autograph opportunities. contribution to the region’s natural heritage.
Although it’s too soon to tell whether the Tigers will have another chance at the flag this
For more information visit www.growwest.com.au
year, if Martin’s incredible winning game goal-kick against Hawthorn is anything to go by, it

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seems that the Tigers may be in for a fighting chance. Applications close 5pm, Monday 19th November 2018


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- What’s Up at the
Targeting serrated tussock Stage set for soprano
Agriculture Victoria has
announced that Biosecu- By Carol Saffer
rity Officers will continue
to inspect local properties in Music lovers are in for a
the Ballan area for serrated rare treat when the Moora-
bool Light Orchestra (MLO)
presents their program Great
The containment line spans Symphony Classics and Fa-
an arc that covers parts of vourite Overtures this Sunday
Gordon and Ballan, and in- 23 September.
spections along the line will The concert will feature
continue to ensure infesta- mezzo soprano Elizabeth
tions are not spreading into Campbell, a graduate of Syd-
areas currently free of this ney Conservatorium of Mu-
declared noxious weed. sic who made her operatic
debut as Carmen with the
Individual properties with-
Western Australia Opera.
in the project areas will be
have a legal responsibility to rated tussock, how it may Ms Campbell has an exten-
contacted prior to planned
manage declared weeds, so spread onto their properties sive concert recital career
inspections and will be pro-
they don’t impact on neigh- and methods to prevent this in Australia and overseas,
vided with information to having performed in opera
bouring properties or the en- occurring.
assist with Serrated tussock vironment, and by working houses and concert venues
identification and control. For more information about in the USA, UK, New Zea-
together communities can
Agriculture Victoria Lead- effectively manage Serrated weed management visit the land and Europe.
ing Biosecurity Officer James tussock. Agriculture Victoria website Although currently in re-
Rowe said the noxious weed Landowners are encour- at www.agriculture.vic.gov. hearsals, for her role of the
poses a significant threat aged to be involved in the au/weeds or call the Cus- Sorceress in Henry Purcell’s
Dido and Aeneas with the Elizabeth Campbell (Mezzo Soprano)
to western Victoria’s graz- inspections to better under- tomer Service Centre on 136
ing industry, as it is highly stand how to identify Ser- 186. State Opera of South Aus- of Man’s Desiring to Harbenera day 23 September at 2pm.
tralia, Ms Campbell has tak-
invasive and unpalatable to from Bizet’s Carmen. Admission for adults is $25,
How to identify Serrated tussock
en time out to appear with
stock. Adelaide’s The Advertiser pensioners $20 and free ad-
the MLO under the baton
“Serrated tussock can sig- reporter Ewart Shaw says mission for children under
nificantly reduce stocking
densities, and due to its high
• The leaves roll smoothly like a needle between your
finger and thumb. Most native species feel like they have
of MLO’s musical director
Barry Wilkins OAM. ELIZABETH
“Elizabeth Campbell brings to
her songs the intelligence and
Tickets available at the door
Mr Wilkins hopes the audi-
fibre content, it can cause
significant intestinal prob-
flat edges
• The leaves feel serrated when rubbed from the leaf tip to
ence will enjoy Ms Camp-
bell’s performance of six
commitment she devotes to her
operatic repertoire and projects
from 1pm or pre-sales from
Bacchus Marsh Florist and
lems in livestock if their diet
is predominately Serrated
the base of the plant
• The plant still appears green in summer, while other
songs at the MLO concert,
ranging from Rossini’s Una
(Mezzo Soprano)
emotional depth.”
The MLO performance
For more information, visit
tussock.” native plants may die off. Voce Poco Fa from the Barber will be held in the Bacchus www.Moorabool-Light-Or-
Mr Rowe said landowners of Seville and Bach’s Jesu Joy Marsh Public Hall on Sun- chestra.com.

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Dear Editor, a Central West investigation and its flora and fauna. This recording the public meet- Empire Builder was getting place?
In response to your article into the forests of Wombat, land grab of public land and ing of the Ballan Hospital, value for money? and d) A The population has in-
Future Energy Begins (MN 11 Wellsford, Mount Cole and change of status will reduce my neighbour downloaded, forecast?
creased, drastically in Bac-
Sept 2018). Pyrenees Ranges. VEAC rec- further the ability for those and I managed to watch it Who within the Board or
chus Marsh but Ballan
ommends our local Forests that take a break from the and replay where necessary. Management did feasibil-
The project is not all good
of Wombat and Lerderderg ever increasing strains of life As I could not attend due to ity studies on any of the and surrounds have only
news particularly for those increased 1.7%. There is
be changed in status to one departments?
of us on smaller lifestyle today to enjoy remoteness health issues.
whole National Park. This and privacy the forest pro- We kept hearing growth, no growth, none. Enough
properties that will now be On watching carefully,
is likely to bring with it can the Board please pro- telling the locals lies or un-
swamped with industrial vides today. Management of the meeting relating to the
various restrictive changes duce a Population Growth educated statements and be
scale 171 metre turbines. the proposed National Park Ballan Hospital, its current versus Sustainable Business honest with themselves; us,
The quiet rural settlement of to the use of these forests has to be questioned as there financial situation and fur- growth document? (see table
Mount Wallace is soon to be that will see the reasonable does not appear to be a good the Ballan and surrounds
ther, something that wasn’t below)
transformed into an energy open access we enjoy today track record in areas where residents.
raised was systemic man- What was the Empire Build-
production zone, despite ap- curtailed dramatically, in similar changes have been The simple fact is Wayne
agement problems. er’s salary?
peals to relevant ministers particular the Wombat State sanctioned in the past. Weaire, his grandeurs and
I would like to ask these On Mr Weaire’ s resigna-
and Goldwind directly to Forest. Many tracks will be With the coming State simple questions to individ- tion, what was his exiting over the top speeches has
relocate 11 identified tur- closed to public, open access election this investigation figure paid?
uals and the Board. managed to bluff this Board
bines in order to lessen the to camping will be restricted Why was the Government that the hospital (in Ballan)
should become an election
to designated camping areas Mayor Tatchell has only
impact on near neighbours. issue. The current Labor getting the blame? Because
with a likely fee, recreational been on the Board since 2017, will be the next Austin. The
We tried in vain to negoti- Government, if in office next they didn’t help out?
activities such as 4WDs, why then did he take on the Board have been fooled and
ate a better layout in order year, will go to bed with Is Ian Boyle (15-year Board
to live with the windfarm. Trail Bikes, prospecting,
The Greens and push this
role of spokesperson for over member) Wayne Weaire’ that’s that. We didn’t and
horse riding and even walk- 45 minutes of the meeting? s accountant or financial don’t need half the services
Claims made by Goldwind through, especially if their
of the importance of posi- ing the dog will be restricted When will Mayor Tatchell advisor? within this hospital; but
numbers in the house are
tive community engagement or even banned. and his showman approach If so would you suggest this Wayne decided, and the
have not been evident for us. Myself and a small group to meetings stop with the- is a clear conflict? Board just followed.
I ask locals to think about
In my opinion we have been of mates have camped in atrics, quoting fictitious fig- Does the Board need a Julie I trust we can save this mag-
this issue carefully despite
unfairly painted up as NIM- Wombat every year for ures and referring to many Johnson; her lovely speech
what VEAC and The Greens nificent institution; there are
past 47 years on Queen’s items that simply were out of was heart-felt and I am sure,
BY whingers, climate change
Birthday weekend in the
say about increased tourism
his realms of experience? the hospital needs profes- many of us who have worked
deniers and so on. 
same clearing in the Forest
for the region. This has prov- sionals, not question ask- tirelessly to get it and keep
It is a grossly unfair out- en wrong in other locations Why didn’t the eleven-year
behind Spargo Creek. We ers and someone from the it. The dedicated formal
come for some of us that will and local traders have been Lyn Gunnell Chairperson “bush”. Julie, if you haven’t fund raisers and those who
enjoy the solitude this clear- not chair the meeting?
lose our existing amenity affected greatly. sat on a Board previously, if just donate what they can.
ing provides for our annual
in order to support unlim- Details on the investigation Why did the Board employ you haven’t any formal busi-
catch-up and you don’t need A transparent honest Board
ited power consumption an ‘Empire Builder’? ness skills nor do you have
can be found on the follow-
by others, who do not live
a maths degree to work out
Wayne Weaire was em- any health care skills, stand and enthusiastic manage-
we are all in our low to mid- ing website and interested
anywhere near a turbine, down; and to the Board, stop ment is what is required,
parties can make submis- ployed as a CEO, a CEO as
sixties in age. This clearing putting seat warmers in. all of us are watching and
nor suffer any direct nega- stated by Mr Tatchell sup-
has become “Sacred” to us sions to VEAC for or against
tive consequences. What company is doing the are prepared to help, but to
and we want to enjoy a few the various proposals until plied the Board with figures,
current investigation? move forward we must look
Michelle Evans October 31 2018. Plus, it pro- however this man was not
more years and reach anoth- Will theyfact(as
The simple independents)
is Wayne
back over our shoulders and
Weaire, his grandeurs and over the top speeches has
Mount Wallace er milestone for our annual vides detail on the drop-in experienced in figures ac- managed to bluff this Board that the hospital (in Ballan) will be the next Austin. The
beBoardat have
thebeen AGM fooled to
and answer
that’s that. We ask, getdon’t
didn’t and theneed
above questions
half the services
event. Being corralled into sessions at locations close to cording to Mr Tatchell, was questions frombut
within this hospital; the
decided, and the Board just followed.

affected areas. he the CEO (which a CEO is I trust we can save this magnificent institution; answered, deal with them as
there are many of us who have
designated camping areas Can
workedthe Board
tirelessly to getplease
it and keeppro-
it. The dedicated formal fund raisers and those
in charge of the Entire En- who just donate what they can. A transparent they
Board dealing with and
and enthusiastic
will not be the same and will h t t p : // v e a c . v i c . g o v . duce the Position
management Descrip-
is what is required, all of us are watching and are prepared to help, but
impose restrictions on ac- a u/i n v e s t i g a t i o n/ tity) or not? tion of the new CEO?
to move forward we must look back over make
our some
shoulders and hard
ask, get decisions.
the above
questions answered, deal with them as they need dealing with and make some hard
tivities and noise. Over the central-west-investigation Strategic direction is the How
decisions. is recruiting taking Ron Harvey
47 years we have barely left a main charter of any Board,
Stephen Smitham why didn’t the Board’s Estimated Resident Population (ERP)
Dear Editor, foot-print of our being there
Darley Treasurer Mr Boyle, if the Ballan
  I wish to bring attention except the camp fire loca-
employed CEO was not
to locals what the Victorian tion and have removed rub- Year (ending June 30) Number Change in number Change in percent
a CEO but just an official
Environmental Assessment bish left by a few less caring 2012 2,871 -- --
spender, keep the finances
Council, (VEAC), proposes campers that use the clear- in check?
2013 2,912 +41 +1.43

for the Wombat State Forest ing at other times. We are 2014 2,947 +34 +1.18
When the Empire Builder
and Lerderderg State Park. not into the activities of 4WD wanted to build, let’s say 2015 3,001 +54 +1.83
Back in March 2017 the Min- or trail bikes but we know an x-ray department, who 2016 3,061 +61 +2.03
ister for Energy, Environ- the majority of those that Dear Editor, did the budget to ensure 2017 3,114 +52 +1.71
ment and Climate Change enjoy this past-time have I would firstly like to thank a) It could be afforded, b) It Source:
requested VEAC to perform same respect for the forest the Moorabool News for would be sustainable, c) The Australian Bureau of Statistics, Regional Population Growth, Australia (3218.0).

Ron Harvey
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Newborns in the district

Babies born recently at Bacchus Marsh and
Melton Regional Hospital.

Call for teams to relay the message

Sunbury couple Taylah CRESSEY and Marli Chapman has a new little brother.
Nathan DICKSON have welcomed their Born to Bacchus Marsh parents Kylie and By Carol Saffer MRFL has raised $600,000 age restrictions for team
first child. Mila Rose weighed 7lb 4oz and Benjamin CHAPMAN, Archie Lewis according to MRFL’s volun- members.”
arrived at 5.36am on Monday 10 arrived at 9.32pm on Monday 10 Relay For Life began in teer committee chairman- To encourage future new
September. September and weighed 8lb 15oz (4070 Australia in 1999 when the ager Mark Grogan. members and raise aware-
grams). community of Melbourne Bacchus Marsh local Mr ness the volunteer commit-
suburb Murrumbeena Grogan says the upcoming tee this year’s event focusses
raised over $75,000 for Can- event will be a fun and a on kids.
cer Council. moving overnight experi-
“There are food trucks, en-
Diksha and Eachin SACHDERA from Relays are now held in ence that raises funds for
tertainment and activities
Brookfield have welcomed their second every Australian State and Cancer Council’s vital work
for the whole family, includ-
child, a little boy. Ryan arrived on Territory, with more than in cancer research, pre-
134,000 participants raising vention, information and ing a jumping castle,” Mr
Thursday 13 September at 6.41am. Ryan
is a new brother to Aryan and weighed over $14 million each year. support. Grogan said.
2350grams. Celebrating its 10th birth- Mr Grogan said they are There will be an afternoon
day this year, Moorabool hoping for a minimum of 12 tea for survivors and carers,
Relay For Life (MRFL) is teams for the event and cur- followed by an evening can-
now calling for teams to join rently only have six teams dlelight ceremony honour-
in raising money for a cancer officially signed up. ing lost loved ones.
free future at the Darley Civ- “There is no minimum Registration can be made
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Over the past ten years members in a team and no www.relayforlife.org.au

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Partnership A few drinks

positive for leads to family
peri urban violence
By Caitlin Bewley
(1st Yr Swinburne Uni)
Victoria’s fastest growing rural
councils have entered into a part- A quiet night out turned ugly when a 56-year-old man physically
nership with the Victorian Plan- abused his wife in their Bacchus Marsh home.
ning Authority (VPA) to manage It was alleged by prosecutor Senior Constable Lisa Schoemaker in the
population growth across the Bacchus Marsh court on Friday 7 September, that Wayne Turner struck
region. his wife to the face and left her with a fractured eye on March 18 of this
The exclusive partnership be- year.
tween the Peri Urban Group of Ru- The accused and his wife went out for a few drinks the night of the
ral Councils (PUGRC) and the VPA incident, later returning to their Bacchus Marsh home where the
signals the Victorian Government’s situation escalated.
recognition of the strong popula-
“I’ve had enough of you,” Turner was alleged to have said to his wife,
tion growth in the region and the
before grabbing her from their lounge room couch and dragging her to
challenges of maintaining liveabil-
ity for existing and new residents. the balcony outside.
The peri urban rural region is ex- The prosecution told the court Turner allegedly began making actions
periencing a population explosion, towards throwing his wife off the balcony, his wife fighting back and
with growth rates higher than that leaving the accused unsuccessful in his attempts, striking her face in
of the regional cities of Geelong, the meantime.
Ballarat and Bendigo. Police later attended the scene and apprehended the accused, taking
To 2031, the population across the him to Bacchus March police station to be interviewed.
peri urban region is predicted to (L-R) Moorabool Cr David Edwards, Chair of the Peri Urban Group of Upon arriving at the police station, the accused told the police in his
grow by an average of 50.22 per Rural Councils with Mr Stuart Moseley, CEO of the Victorian Planning drunken state that he was “a bit hazy” and denied trying to throw the
cent, in comparison to the regional Commission. Photo - submitted victim off the balcony.
cities with predicted growth of The accused’s lawyer told the court of his client’s diagnoses of stress
population growth and urbanisa- and growth demands on their
only 39 per cent. and anxiety disorder, saying that if he was to be incarcerated, there
tion” Cr Edwards said. regions.
Moorabool East Ward councillor would be no way for him to continue his psychiatric appointments.
“This partnership with the VPA “This is an important step forward
David Edwards is the Chair of the Turner’s wife of 30 years attended the court hearing and was demanding
will enable our region to work for the future of our communities.
Peri Urban Group of Councils and the charges be dropped, telling the accused’s lawyer that, “nothing like
said under the exclusive agree- closely with Government to ensure Having a formalised, strong and
this has happened before.”
ment, the VPA will work with the better liveability, improved infra- effective working relationship with
structure outcomes and protection Government ensures our future,” “If you were reading about something like this in the paper, what
PUGRC councils on key land use would you think?” Magistrate Graham Keil asked Mr Turner.
planning and development oppor- of our internationally recognised Cr Edwards concluded.
landscape and environmental “It’d be bad. I have no beliefs in hitting women,” Turner replied.
tunities across the peri urban rural The Peri Urban Group of Rural
region. assets.” Councils consists of six councils “But you did,” the Magistrate said.
“The Peri Urban region contains Cr Edwards said that this meant (Surf Coast, Bass Coast, Golden “I do hope you learn from your horrendous mistake; not remembering
some of Victoria’s most highly re- they now have a direct line of com- Plains, Baw Baw, Macedon Ranges what you had done when drunk is never an excuse,” Magistrate Keil
garded natural assets and produc- munication into government on and Moorabool Shire) situated on said.
tive agricultural areas, and these planning matters, and how govern- the edge of the growth boundary Turner was fined $6000 without conviction and was encouraged to
are being threatened by unchecked ment perceives the development around Melbourne. continue seeking psychiatric treatment for his stress and anxiety.

Moorabool Shire Council

The next Ordinary Meeting of Council will be held on Wednesday 3 October, Do you know an outstanding Moorabool resident worthy of being recognised on
2018 in the Council Chambers, 15 Stead St, Ballan, commencing at 6.00pm. Australia Day?
Members of the public are most welcome to attend. Nominations are now open for our Australia Day Awards.
• Australia Day Citizen of the Year – to be eligible, the person must be 30
SPECIAL MEETING OF COUNCIL years or older on 26 January next year.
Notice is hereby given that a Special Meeting of the Moorabool Shire Council will be • Australia Day Young Citizen of the Year – to be eligible, the person must
held in Council Chambers, 15 Stead Street, Ballan on Wednesday 19 September, be 30 years or younger on 26 January next year.
2018 commencing at 6.00pm. • Community Event of the Year – presented to the person or group who has
The business to be conducted at the meeting is as follows: staged the most outstanding community event during the year.
1. Planning Scheme Amendment C81 (Bacchus Marsh Urban Growth Framework) – If you would like to recognise an outstanding resident or an outstanding community
Adoption of Amendment. event, simply download a form from our website (www.moorabool.vic.gov.au/my-
2. Confidential Report. council/australian-citizenship-ceremony) or pick up a form from one of our Customer
3. Any other business admitted by the unanimous resolution of Council. Service Centres.
The Special Meeting of Council will be open to the public and members Completed nomination forms need to be submitted by close of
of the public are most welcome to attend. business Friday 16 November, 2018.

Moorabool Shire Council invites tenders for the following contract: Moorabool Shire Council invites tenders for the following contract:
Tender Number Tender Description Tender Number Tender Description
C08-2018/2019 Weekly Advertising Services C14-2018/2019 Roadside Grass Slashing Services
Tender documents and full details of this notice will be available on Saturday 15 Tender documents and full details of this notice will be available on Monday 17
September 2018 at www.tenderlink.com/moorabool. September 2018 at www.tenderlink.com/moorabool.

Moorabool Shire Council: PO Box 18, Ballan VIC 3342 Telephone: 03 5366 7100 Facsimile: 03 5368 1757 CEO: Rob Croxford
Email: info@moorabool.vic.gov.au Web: www.moorabool.vic.gov.au Facebook: Moorabool Shire Council Twitter: @mooraboolshire
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Stars & Puzzles

LEO—July 23-August 22
Behind the scenes activities suggest a boost in prestige
and possibly a reward. An injured friendship shows signs
of recovery. Don’t rush the healing process.
VIRGO—August 23-September 22
Financial planning is highlighted now. Someone is eager
to hear your plans and willing to give you a chance. Your
love life perks up and you project a very positive image
LIBRA—September 23-October 22
Partnerships are highlighted, but be sure to discuss all
matters involving joint finances. You may be involved in
a new and possibly offbeat assignment. Children seek
your encouragement.
★★★★★★★★ SCORPIO—October 23-November 21
Overdue praise comes from people in high places and
ARIES—March 21-April 20 relationships with your fellow workers improve.
Reunions bring with them a healthy share of nostalgia.
This week includes some pleasant adventures, surprise A finacial news-brightener comes unexpectedly.
announcements and a renewal of a commitment. An ex-
citing job can be yours for the asking. Be sure to ask the SAGITTARIUS—November 22-December 22
right person.
Look into new opportunities for earning added income.
TAURUS—April 21-May 22 You may find yourself campaigning for a candidate or a
favourite cause. Your romantic situation appears to be
Critical relatives should become more supportive. Events
on a steadier course.
include a blend of quiet reunions and large scale
gatherings. Be sure to find time to express your feelings CAPRICORN—December 23-January 20
to a loved one.
Your self confidence soars, thanks to recent accomplish-
GEMINI—May 23-June 21 ments. This is a great week for catching up on things to
do around the house. Be careful to allow enough time for
Careful research could lead to important discoveries. visits and appointments.
Family functions are more relaxed, thanks to your warm-
hearted personality. This is a good time for planning ca- AQUARIUS—January 21-February 19
reer or personal goals.
Events that you sponsor this week prove especially note-
NO. 9059 CANCER—June 22-July 22 worthy. An interesting project needs more researching
Friction on the homefront can be avoided if you take on before you agree to sign on. Sports events and fitness
ACROSS DOWN programmes are in the picture.
6. Constituent (10) 1. Colour (6) a diplomatic role. Higherups are admiring your initiative
8. Volcano (Sicily) (4) 2. Muscle (7) and your leadership abilities. A joint venture should pay PISCES—February 20-March 20
9. Metal (4) 3. Dexterous (6) off.
This week can see you keeping a journal or diary. You
10. Tree (5) 4. Intention (6) LEO—July 23-August 22 hear some delightful stories and anecdotes and have a
11. Fish (4) 5. Soak (5) talent for recording them. An intimate evening may prove
12. Capable (9) 7. Reptile (5) Behind the scenes activities suggest a boost in prestige unexpectedly crowded.
16. Figurine (9) 13. Period (3) and possibly a reward. An injured friendship shows signs
20. Level (4) 14. Bird (7) of recovery. Don’t rush the healing process.
22. Wash (5) 15. Hide (5) VIRGO—August 23-September 22 When you set your sights on a goal, you persevere with
23. Garment (4) 17. Renter (6) determination. The rest of this year sees you redesigning
24. Cab (4) 18. Excavation (6) Financial planning is highlighted now. Someone is eager some of your blueprints, especially those related to career
25. Field glasses (10) 19. Frustrate (6) to hear your plans and willing to give you a chance. Your and education. Personal relationships and new commit-
21. Clan (5) love life perks up and you project a very positive image ments are accented. Travel is spotlighted in the new year.
CRYPTIC PUZZLE LIBRA—September 23-October 22
Partnerships are highlighted, but be sure to discuss all
matters involving joint finances. You may be involved in
6. How unpopular you’d be, carrying on a bus? (2,3,5).

a new and possibly offbeat assignment. Children seek
8. Returning to take up residence is bad (4). 9. Work your encouragement.
round to the tailless cat (4). 10. “Fashionable,” the girl
returned, which is irrational (5). 11. Sense it’s a rejection SCORPIO—October 23-November 21
ourselves (4). 12.The name I gasp is that of a vegetable
(9). 16. Thought to have launched it with people inside
(9). 20. Cleaner - it’s in water all the time (4). 22. Having
Overdue praise comes from people in high places and
relationships with your fellow workers improve.
music, play (5). 23. Can be classified as a row (4). 24. Reunions bring with them a healthy share of nostalgia.
Gripe - its somthing you ate, perhaps (4). 25. Rough A finacial news-brightener
ANSWER BELOWcomes unexpectedly.
and vulgar (10). SAGITTARIUS—November 22-December 22
1. He shoots the bird right in the tail (6). 2. Mean to get Look into new opportunities for earning added income.
something cheap to eat (7). 3. Language of the shoe- You may find yourself campaigning for a candidate or a
shine boy? (6). 4. Dr Bird is an Indian (6). 5. Not know- favourite cause. Your romantic situation appears to be
ing much about jade? (5). 7. Not with it! (5). 13. Admit on a steadier course.
it’s personal (3). 14. Include taking me back at two (7). CAPRICORN—December 23-January 20
15. At which point we captured the woman (5). 17. Stops
me going in for changes (6). 18. Rain follows, covering Your self confidence soars, thanks to recent accomplish-
the paths (6). 19. An inn modernised yet perhaps old ments. This is a great week for catching up on things to
(6). 21. “He was born crooked,” I put in (5). do around the house. Be careful to allow enough time for
visits and appointments.
AQUARIUS—January 21-February 19
e. 17, E-me-nds. 18, T-r-ails. 19, Nin-ety. 21, Rob-I-n. Events that you sponsor this week prove especially note-
worthy. An interesting project needs more researching
5, Green. 7, Minus. 13, Own. 14, Em-brace. 15, W-her-
before you agree to sign on. Sports events and fitness
Across - 1, Fellow-feeling. 8, Ninon. 9, Whippet. 10,
Down - 1, Snipe-R. 2, Par-snip. 3, Polish. 4, MO-hawk.
programmes are in the picture.
Scribe. 11, Strode. 12, Tipsy. 14, Speed. 18, Repast.
Char. 22, Opera. 23, Rank. 24, Crab. 25, In-delicate.
20, Sphere. 23, Tornado. 24, Irate. 25, Holidaymakers. PISCES—February 20-March 20
In-anE. 11, No-us. 12, Art-I-choke. 16, Sent-I-ment. 20,
Down - 1, Finish. 2, Liner. 3, Omnibus. 4, Fawn. 5, Ex- This week can see you keeping a journal or diary. You
Across - 6, In bad odour. 8, Evil (rev.). 9, P-pus(s). 10,
ist. 6, Implore. 7, Gather. 13, Imperil. 15, Paprika. 16, hear some delightful stories and anecdotes and have a
Crutch. 17, Recess. 19, Staid. 21, Evade. 22, Copy. talent for recording them. An intimate evening may prove
unexpectedly crowded.
Tenant. 18, Trench. 19, Thwart. 21, Tribe.
Steep. 7, Snake. 13, Era. 14, Seagull. 15, Cloak. 17,
Across - 1, Battle of words. 8, Sweet. 9, Advance. 10,
Down - 1, Indigo. 2, Triceps. 3, Adroit. 4, Design. 5, BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK
Out-cry. 11, A-scent. 12, Scale. 14, False (anag.). 18,
23, Gown. 24, Taxi. 25, Binoculars. When you set your sights on a goal, you persevere with
Ramble. 20, Be-L-low. 23, Shea-the. 24, Arson. 25, One
Pike. 12, Competent. 16, Statuette. 20, Flat. 22, Rinse. determination. The rest of this year sees you redesigning
for the road.
Across - 6, Ingredient. 8, Etna. 9, Zinc. 10, Olive. 11, some of your blueprints, especially those related to career
Down - 1, Best-O-W. 2, Treat. 3, Late-R-Al. 4, A-lA-f. 5,
QUICK SOLUTIONS and education. Personal relationships and new commit-
Waves. 6, Runners. 7, S-he-ets. 13, Com-per-e. 15, Aver- ments are accented. Travel is spotlighted in the new year.
age . 16, Presto. 17, T-wined. 19, L-Otto. 21, Lasso. 22,
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Ballan Playgroup
ADULT EDUCATION Every Tuesday of school Term. St John’s Anglican Church CHURCH
Ballan & District Community House Hall  - 9:30-11:30am. Enquiries - 0409 681 138 Anna or 0421 Anglican Parish of West Moorabool
For class enrolment information, venue hire and costs; please 905 558 Tamsin.  Service Times  -  St John’s Ballan 1st & 3rd Sundays -
call 5368 1934 or email info@bchvic.org.au Bacchus Marsh & District Garden Club 9:30am; 2nd & 4th Sundays – 11am Family Service. Service
Darley Neighbourhood House & Learning Centre Meeting 2nd Tuesday of each month, 7.30pm at The Laurels, Times - St Mark’s in the Gordon Pub 2nd & 4th Sundays –
Short courses and classes. 33-35 Jonathan Drive, Darley. BM & 229 Main St, Bacchus Marsh. Guest Speakers. Supper after 5pm. Enq to Rev’d Glen Wesley - 5368 2730. 
District Photography Club - Meetings 2nd & 4th Wednesday each meeting. All Welcome. Enquiries - Wendy 5367 4170. Ballan Uniting Church
of month, 7.30pm. Enquiries welcome. Phone 5367 4390. Ballan Anglers Inc (St Paul’s) - Services 11.15am every Sunday.
The Laurels – Bacchus Marsh Community College Meeting second Wednesday every month. Hudsons Hotel, B3 Community
Courses and classes. 229 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh. 7.30pm. More anglers and families needed and welcome – Focused, family friendly church with a difference. Services
Enquiries & enrolments - 5367 1061. 0400 003 936. every 2nd & 4th Sundays at Avenue Bowling Club, Main St,
U3A Bacchus Marsh - Active seniors social learning, for Rose-Carers of Maddingley Park Bacchus Marsh.
daily activities contact 5367 5341 or visit our website - www. Working bees every 3rd Sunday of each month. All welcome. Bacchus Marsh Christian Church
u3abacchus.org.au Enquiries - 0400 052 857. Sunday Services 10am with kids program. 222 Main St,
Bacchus Marsh Family Drug Support Group Bacchus Marsh. Enquiries 9028 2622.
MEETINGS For Family Members who have a loved one affected by drugs. Bacchus Marsh Uniting Church Parish
Enquiries - 1300 660 068. Services - St Andrew’s 9.30am every Sunday. Pentland Hills
CWA - The Marshians Night Branch Bacchus Marsh - Meet Alanon Support Group - for families of alcoholics
first Tuesday of month - The Hub, Wittick St, Darley,7pm.  2pm 1st Sunday of month. Enquiries - 5367 2543 (office).
Meets at 10.30am on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month
Enquiries - Gay Hooper 0413 350 012 Holy Trinity Anglican Church - Bacchus Marsh
at the Uniting Church Hall, Gisborne Road, Bacchus Marsh.
Ballan & District CWA - Branch meetings – 2nd Thursday Service Times - Bacchus Marsh - Sunday 9am and 5pm;
Enq - 0421 222 717.
each month. RSL Hall, Inglis St, Ballan, 7.30pm. All welcome Balliang - 2nd Sunday 11am, 4th Sunday 9am; Myrniong – 1st
Lal Lal Moorabool Photographic Group Inc
- enquiries to 0407 992 767 or email ballandistrictcwa@gmail. & 3rd Sunday 11am. Enquiries – 5367 5362. 
Meeting 3rd Wednesday each month, 7pm. Soldiers Memorial
com Church of the Living God
Hall, Lal Lal. Enquiries 5341 7535.
Ballan District Vintage Machinery & Vehicle Club Christian youth ministry and bible teaching. 2nd Sunday
Footscray Poultry Club (at Bacchus Marsh)
Meetings - second Monday each month, 8pm. Tom Mullane Meetings held 2nd Sunday of month, 2pm. Poultry Pavilion. of every month, 5pm. Open to all ages. At 14 Darcy St,
Pavilion, Ballan Racecourse Reserve. Enquiries – Brian 5368 Racecourse Rec. Reserve, Balliang-Bacchus Marsh Rd, Maddingley. Enq – 0408 260 727.
2255 or Ray 5368 1177. Bacchus Marsh. All welcome – Kerry 9741 9705. Bacchus Marsh Baptist Church
The Pottery Group Sundays, 10:30am, Worship Service and Children’s Program.
Tuesday and Saturday 1pm-3pm, at the Public Park Hall MARKETS Phone 5367 6550 for more details.
(next to Tennis Courts), Stanley St, Gordon. All welcome. Ballan Lions Club Market Our Lady Help of Christians Korobeit
Enquiries to Maureen 0447173031. Next market – Saturday 6 October 2018 Mass every Saturday 6.30pm.
Bacchus Marsh Playgroup First Saturday each month - Inglis St, Ballan – 9am-1pm. Golden Harvest Christian Fellowship
(Behind St Andrew’s Church) Cnr Gisborne Rd & Lerderderg Enquiries – 0402 390 080 (Wayne). Non-denominational - Prayer every Sunday 10am, Men’s
Street, Bacchus Marsh. Monday-Friday 9am, 11am, 1pm & Darley Market KYB Monday evenings 6pm (0429 681 566.) Ladies KYB
3pm. Enquiries – Cindy 0433 651 066. Saturday 6 October, 8am - 1pm. 1st & 3rd Saturday each Wednesday 1pm (5367 6834).
Moorabool Mission Recovery Group month at Darley Park Football Reserve. Enquiries – 0488 345 Bacchus Marsh Life Church
Struggling with addiction; Pain from the past; family member 145 (Alan). Meeting 10am every Sunday at the BM College Drama Room,
out of control? Meeting weekly - Wednesday, 12.30pm – Ballan Farmers Market - Next Market – Saturday 13 October, in Grant Street. Enquiries Pastor Merv - 0412 290 036.
Jean Oomes Room, Lerderderg Library, Bacchus Marsh. 9am-1pm. 2nd Saturday each month, Mill Cottage car park. St Bernard’s Bacchus Marsh Catholic Church
Enq- Pastor Merv Patton – 0412 290 036. Enq – 0498 361 291 or 0490 114 130. Mass Times – Saturday- 5pm; Sunday – 8.30am & 10am.


The Moorabool Interfaith Group cordially invite you all to
our peace vigil for the 2018 International Day of Peace.
WHEN: Sunday, September 23rd, 7.45am – approx. 8.15am
WHERE: The Peace Pole, Eddie Toole Park
Street, Bacchus Marsh.
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Happily Ever After! First home owners

incentive popular
GIL KING, CEO REIV Belmont $528,000; Cowes $472,000; Drouin,
$448,000; Benalla $257,000; Echuca $376,000;
The Victorian Government’s introduction of
Colac $286,000; Bairnsdale $264,000; Strath-
incentives for first homebuyers in July 2017
dale, $437,500 and Heathcote is $321,250.
has driven a five per cent increase in the
number of first homebuyers getting into the Units and apartments are a great option for
market, with this vendor group now repre- first homebuyers on a tighter budget, espe-
cially in more expensive regional towns.
senting 19.6 per cent of property purchasers.

NEW OFFICE! Stamp duty has been removed for new and
established homes purchased for less than
$600,000 with scaled stamp duty reductions
The median house price in Lorne is $1.17m
but you can snap up a unit for $567,500 and a
house will set you back $795,000 in Torquay
but the unit median price is $616,000.

A Bacchus
YPA Bacchus
for homes purchased between $600,000
5 Donald Street, Bacchus Marsh -$750,000. The First Home Owners Grant
Owning your own home is the great Aus-
Situated in a quiet, highly-desired and very central location, within easy walking distance tralian dream and purchasing your first
(FHOG) was also doubled in regional Victo-
to the heart of town, this utterly unique, completely renovated weatherboard masterpiece home is one of the biggest decisions you will
ria to $20,000 for first homebuyers purchas- make.
is an absolute must see iconic piece of real estate. Demanding with a beautiful and bold
ing a newly constructed home for less than
façade, set back behind a picket fence on a large 907m2 (approx.) block, this extensive, It’s important for first homebuyers to edu-
ready-to-accommodate property (Circa. 1910) comes with a long list of features, high quality $750,000.
cate themselves before taking the plunge.

inclusions and a range of options for all buyers. The main dwelling comprises a three The median house price in Regional Victo- The REIV suggests researching the local
bedroom, two bathrooms, an oversized double remote garage and adjoining workshop, ria is $419,500 and the median unit or apart- property market, having a sound under-
and a separate weatherboard bungalow dwelling, beautifully done in the same style with a ment price is $304,500; representing strong standing of what your requirements for a
kitchenette and beautifully modernised ensuite. Perfectly designed for dual living or short- opportunities for first homebuyers wanting home are and knowing your borrowing po-
stay accommodation with wheelchair access; you can easily earn an additional income if to get a foothold into the market. tential as a good starting point.
you so generously wish to share this delightful home with others (STCA)! There are many options for first homebuy- Visit the Market Insights section of the
Price: $799,000 to $850,000 ers right across Regional Victoria. REIV website to assist with your property
For example, the median house price in: research.
Korobeit/Greendale Districts 3 Lots Available

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Pentland Hills "Myrtlebrae" 33 Smiths Lane 120 acres (48ha) approx.
Lot 1 - 102.5 acres - Myrniong-Korobeit Road, Korobeit Lot 1-

- Lovel
- Sealed road frontage, power running along (not connected) - Seale

- Lovely undulating block, some flatter country on roadside end, spring fed Stony Hut Creek access

- Potential ideal building site (STCA) - Poten
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Auction Adrian Smith
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Brilliant Farming/Lifestyle Opportunity
Superb Farming
SaturdayAuction & Lifestyle
20th October, Opportunities
11.00am (Myrniong Hall) - 3MLots
0400 178 945 P 03 5334 1030 Saturda

Set in a tranquil and private location and with lovely valley view'sView
towardsby appointment
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Melbourne is this stunning farming/lifestyle opportunity which offers a Deposit: 10% adrian.smith@landmark.com.au
Myrniong and Greendale, to be offered in 3 separate lots: Landmark Ballarat
multiple of possibilities. The property has the added benefit of a secluded
Settlement: 60/90 days
View by appointment
28m x 12m Barn Style Shed/Warehouse/Office (constructed 2010) with
Lot 1 - 102.5 acres - Myrniong-Korobeit Road, Korobeit
power connected, 18 squares of office space, a modern and fully equipped
- Sealed road frontage, power running along (not connected)
kitchen, separate study and workshop area and bathroom/toilet facilities.
Stairs lead to 2 further rooms on a mezzanine floor with ample storage.

- Lovely undulating block, some flatter country on roadside end, spring fed Stony Hut Creek access
The superb undulating country is divided into 10 main paddocks with
electric fencing in place, and the spring-fed watercourse meandering
- Potential ideal building site (STCA)
through offers a great water supply for livestock, also with 250,000lt
drinking water storage tank. Lot 2 - 51.4 acres - Myrniong-Korobeit Road, Korobeit
- Located
This is a rare opportunity for business and farm use, equine, recreation or directly
Adrian Smithbeside Lot 1
land banking.
- One catchment dam, spring fed Stony Hut Creek access
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- Stony Hut creek on eastern boundary
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MARSH 5310
BACCHUS MARSH 5310 1333 Auction
cchus Marsh 4/8 Church Street, Bacchus Marsh ypa.com.au ypa.com.au
Saturday 20th October, 11.00am (Myrniong Hall)
View by appointment
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Two Homes, Five Acres - Room for the Largest of Families


95 Simpsons Road Springbank

Resting on just over five acres of gardens, open fields and productive volcanic soil, this property not only provides land
for those aspiring hobby farmers, it also provides a myriad of accommodation for the all-inclusive family. Whether as a
permanent residence or a shared investment for regular getaways; this former farm yard and homes have been restored
to provide comfortable, character filled accommodation for all to enjoy. In total there are five bedrooms, three bathrooms
plus separate guest quarters if you wish to retain this delightful setting.
Price: $790,000 - $830,000

Agent: Chris Leonard 0409 0409 23

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

AUCTION 1 Sutherland Street, Bacchus Marsh AUCTION 18 McFarland Street, Bacchus Marsh
3 1 2 3 1 2

Great Opportunity! Great Location! Magnificent Neighbourhood

Consisting of 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, lounge, dining room, kitchen/ One owner, triple fronted, brick and tile 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom home
meals area this property is perfect for renovation or extension. with a spacious lounge, kitchen/meals area and north facing sunroom.

Decorative ceilings in the lounge, dining and bedrooms and gas heater Beautiful gardens, carport and large workshop/shed. Corner block
and wall a/c in the lounge. Externally we have a single garage and within walking distance to the Village Shopping Centre and Schools.
carport, and fernery in the large back yard. The block is approximately Excellent location to raise your family. The block is approximately
835m2 and it would also suit a developer. 766m2 and also offers the opportunity for subdivision (STCA).
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT Saturday 22nd September 10.30-11.00am
AUCTION AUCTION Saturday 6th October 11.00am
CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157 CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157
WEB arbeerealestate.com.au WEB arbeerealestate.com.au

FOR SALE 1 Ethan Street, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 180 Masons Lane, Bacchus Marsh
3 2 2 4 2 4

Great Value! 3 Bedrooms! Corner Block! – New 5.5 Acres Close To Town
Immaculately presented 3 bedroom family home located on 649m²
Beautiful family home, huge outdoor entertaining area & extensive
corner allotment, easy access to schools, shops, freeway & station.
shedding. 4 bedrooms, master with WIR & ens, remaining 3 with BIRs,
Master bedroom with full ens & walk through robe, remaining bedrooms
spacious kitchen with island bench & an adjacent meals area & huge
have BIRs, central bathroom & separate W/C. The kitchen/meals area
lounge room. Ducted evap cooling, reverse cycle a/c & wood heater.
has floating timber floors & adjoins a large carpeted living area leading
Outdoor entertaining area joins the house to the 400sqm shedding.
out to a secure, shaded outdoor entertainment area.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $440,000-$460,000 FOR SALE $1,500,000 - $1,600,000
CONTACT Peter Leonard 0429 671 990 CONTACT Peter 0429 671 990 Daryl 0409 233 157
WEB arbeerealestate.com.au WEB arbeerealestate.com.au

FOR SALE 17 Leila Court, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 2 Simpson Street, Bacchus Marsh
4 2 2 4 2 16

Family Home, Large Block! Unique Gem In The Heart of Town

Excellent family home of 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms & 3 living areas on
Presenting a rare opportunity to purchase this fully refurbished 4
a huge 1100m2 block. Master with Ens, remaining 3 bedrooms with
bedroom home with substantial shedding that can accommodate up to
BIRs. Dining area, lounge and kitchen meals provide access to huge
15 cars. On a huge 1880m² parcel of prime residential land in one of the
undercover outdoor entertaining area. Gas log fire in the lounge & gas
best streets in the Bacchus Marsh CBD.
heater & wall a/c in the kitchen meals area. Double carport, spacious
backyard, fully fenced above ground pool, studio/shed and shedding.
INSPECT Saturday 22nd September 11.30am–12.00pm INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $620,000-$650,000 FOR SALE $770,000-$790,000
CONTACT Daryl 0409 233 157 CONTACT Peter Leonard 0429 671 990
WEB arbeerealestate.com.au WEB arbeerealestate.com.au

Auction Clearance Rates

SOLD! Another successful Auction on the weekend by the team at Arbee Real
Estate Professionals. 8 sales from the last 11 Auctions for a 73% clearance rate.
If you have been thinking of selling, call the team at Arbee.

Introducing Gareth Alexander

A dedicated & passionate Commercial Asset Manager, experienced in all aspects of retail, office, factories &
industrial properties. Making the move from sales with agencies such as Jellis Craig & Nelson Alexander into
Commercial Property Management, has enabled me to combine my love for real estate, while also maintaining
a work life balance. I have also played basketball at an elite national level & maintain all aspects of an active
participation in the sport & local community. This has allowed me to combine the things that I am truly
passionate about, while delivering exceptional service & developing long term relationships.

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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4 2 4 4 2 1
Coimadai 195 Camerons Road Bed Bath Car
Bacchus Marsh 15 Madden Drive Bed Bath Car

Views Galore & Character Home on Private Sale Beautifully Renovated Home with Private Sale
14.85 Acres Superb Indoor/Outdoor Liveability
Price $1,199,000 - $1,225,000 Price $665,000 - $695,000
Escape the hustle and bustle and arrive Classic built home in a peaceful yet
home to this haven where privacy and Office 2/137 Main Street, convenient setting within walking Office 2/137 Main Street,
serenity go hand in hand. This grand Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128 distance to schools, village shopping Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128
blue stone built home strikes a balance centre and parkland. Four bedrooms
Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754 Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754
between elegance and character. and two lavish bathrooms and a raft
Situated on approx. 14.85 acres of Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828 of modern features including ducted Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828
predominantly cleared land with a little Web www.lensmith.com.au central heating, gas fireplace, split Web www.lensmith.com.au
light bush and with amazing view to the system AC and smeg SS appliances.
Wombat State Forest. Established front & rear gardens and
auto-remote to garage/workshop.

3 2 3 3 2 2
Bacchus Marsh 6 O’Hagan Place Bed Bath Car
Bacchus Marsh 3 Steele Court Bed Bath Car

Quiet Retreat in Neighbourly Court Private Sale Handy to Everywhere Private Sale
Set on a super sized 1200 sqm parcel There is plenty of room to live, relax
Price $575,000 – $610,000 Price Contact agent
of land is this family home surrounded and entertain in this immaculate kept
by lush greenery and positioned in Office 2/137 Main Street, home with easy care gardens. Located Office 2/137 Main Street,
quiet court only minutes from Bacchus Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128 in a private court setting and only Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128
Marsh’s thriving main street shopping minutes from the vibrant main street
Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754 Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754
precinct & popular zoned primary shopping precinct and popular primary
schools. The home reveals immense Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828 Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828
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open plan living zones, updated Web www.lensmith.com.au with it’s many features, so call today to Web www.lensmith.com.au
kitchen with SS appliances extending make your appointment.
to a beautiful covered outdoor
entertainment area.

3 2 1 3 2 4
Maddingley 3/1 McCrae Street Bed Bath Car
Toolern Vale 212 Andersons Road Bed Bath Car

Maddingley Side Private Sale Unique Home with Mesmerising Views Private Sale
Perfectly located just minutes from This instantly engaging home is
Price $490,000 - $520,000 Price $680,000 - $720,000
Train station, Maddingley Park destined to impress with it’s beautiful
and popular Schools is this quality Office 2/137 Main Street, views, long list of features and versatile Office 2/137 Main Street,
townhouse in a complex of 3. Light Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128 floor plan. A stunning renovation is Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128
and bright interiors features polished all complete offering 2 living zones,
Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754 Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754
timber flooring, high ceilings, gas 2 bathrooms, a gorgerous kitchen
central heating & evaporative cooling. Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828 with quality appliances, alfresco Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828
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appliances to kitchen, great outdoor 13m x 7m colourbond workshop, land
entertainment area, single garage plus size is nearly 1 acre (3292sqm) with
workshop. Perfect in every way. town water connected.
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YPA Bacchus Marsh

Darley 56 Dundas Street
Sensational Home In Grantleigh
Displaying an impressive blend of modern Private Sale
features and contemporary style, the Inspect
3 2

$539,000 - $569,000
Sat 25 Sept 12.00-12.30pm
2 Hopetoun Park 3 Fuller Court
Dream Home on an Approx 9,685m2 Block!
Warm and inviting home comprises of four Private Sale
bedrooms (main with Ens and WIR), huge Inspect
4 2

$1,150,000 - $1,200,000
Sat 25 Sept 11.00-11.30am

Same Network | Same Passion | New Location

generous proportions of this home on a rare Photo ID required front lounge, formal dining area, extremely Photo ID required
944m2 (approx.) block make for a sensational Contact Shane O’Brien 0431 766 082 spacious kitchen with ample bench space Contact Alanna Shea 0412 856 347
family domain located in the exclusive Lucas Ekerbicer 0418 465 892 and storage, overlooking picture-perfect Vickie Ramon 0403 194 621
Grantleigh Estate. outdoor space and amazing views.

Darley 8 Tate Street 4 2 2 Hopetoun Park 16 Riverview Drive, 4 4 6

Stunning Family Domain Your Dream Home - 6,388m2 (Approx.)
Displaying an impressive blend of Private Sale $639,000 - $669,000 Properties in the prestigious Hopetoun Park Private Sale $1,199,000 – $1,269,000
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A Jewel of a Land Offering Like No Other

Fun Day
Join in the family fun
at Opalia on Saturday
22 September 2018
from 11.00am.

Opalia by EIG Developments is Melbourne’s newest in this growth corridor of Melton, affordable to all aside for Opalia Shopping Centre to be constructed
master planned residential development spread over Australians providing an opportunity for buyers to live by end-2019, will ensure that daily and weekly
57 hectares in the newly gazetted suburb of Weir in a community that is self-sustaining and complete shopping, dining and entertainment needs will be
Views. with all of the amenities onsite and, nearby. within easy reach for parents and children.
Situated just 35 kms from Melbourne’s CBD and, “Opalia will be a hub not only for the people who “With the help of the City of Melton, EIG has the
a 39-minute drive to Melbourne Airport, via Melton choose to live, work and rest there, but also for the opportunity to establish a great community hub
Highway, EIG Developments’ vision for Opalia will suburb of Weir Views. within Weir Views making it a place for people to
transform this dormant parcel of land into a jewel of aspire to live in, nurturing their neighbourhood spirit
“Upon completion it will become the heart of Weir
the West. and building the home of their dreams on the land
Views and indeed a contemporary anchor for Melton.
of their choice,” said Mr Georgiou.
Opalia’s debut release - the Eaglevale - comprises “EIG subscribes to Australian values that are steeped
When it comes to education facilities, Melton boasts
a range of premium lots that will be offered to buyers in family and community. It is these values that we a range of primary and secondary schools all within
next Saturday 22 September 2018. bring to our developments, making our projects a few kilometres of the estate. A future proposed
Families can enjoy the free activities from 11.00am number one in delivering convenience, community school within the development will be a bonus to
onwards while taking in all that a life at Opalia offers. and complete neighbourhoods,” says Mr Georgiou. families.
Lots at Opalia range in size from 231sqms to EIG will transfer back more than nine hectares to the From wineries to restaurants, parks and nature
670sqms with frontages spanning 10.5m to 16.3m City of Melton for the development of active open reserves to harness racing and golf – Opalia has
and are competitively priced between $155,000 space in Opalia. easy access to leisure and recreational options
and $420,000. “The Open Space contribution means that families galore.
EIG Developments’ CEO George Georgiou says will be able to kick a football or dribble a basketball Opalia will become the jewel that will make buyers
that the ethos of the company is to make housing right on their doorstep, while the five hectares set proud to call home.

Opalia Sales Office

is located at 179 Exford
Road, Weir Views
and is open every day,
from 12noon to 5.00pm.
For further information
please contact EIG
Developments on
1300 158 158 or visit
Trade & Business
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26.03.1956 - 12.09.2011 GREEN 1.6.1990 – 11.09.2018
Jenny Maree My beautiful boy, my best friend, my soul mate, my hero.
WILLIAMS GERARD ANTHONY (BUZZ) Your soul was too great for this world. My heart aches
14.02.1960 - 14.09.2017 24/01/1966 – 12/09/2018 for you. Our memories, I will cherish them forever. You
The tears keep falling Passed away suddenly at the Footscray Hospital. will forever live on in our hearts and in our minds. I can
The pain in our hearts never goes away Dearly loved daughter of Dulcie and Cyril (Both Dec). never thank you enough for giving me our greatest gift.
To lose you both Much loved sister of Susan and Gary I love you so much.
Our lives will never be the same Ever thine, ever mine, ever ours.
Together again with Mum and Dad - Your fiancé, Sarah
Deeply missed and loved by all your family
R.I.P. I love my Daddy so much
Maria, Wayne and Georgia - Molly
Funeral Notice
Mrs Gwendoline Deighton
OSBORNE –Mathew Keith (Ozzy) Moorabool News GREEN -
Passed away peacefully after a long battle surrounded by his The Funeral Service to Celebrate the Life of the late Ms Jenny
Tuesday 7th August 2018 OSBORNE, (Ozzy) Mathew Keith
loving family and friends on September 11, 2018. Maree Green will be held at Michael Crawford Funeral’s Chapel,
226 Main Street 1.6.1990 – 11.09.2018
Aged 28 Years Young. DEIGHTON - (nee Barber) Bacchus Marsh on THURSDAY
(Sept 20, 2018) commencing at 1.30pm. At the conclusion of the After a long battle he peacefully passed away on
Dearly loved best friend and soul-mate of Sarah. Loving and The Funeral Service to give thanks and celebrate the life of the late Mrs Gwendoline (Gwen)
devoted father of Molly. service the
Deighton will be Funeral will leave
held at St Andrew’s the Chapel
Uniting Church, for Bacchus
Gisborne Road the Altona
Marsh onMemorial
Friday, Tuesday 11th of September.
Much loved and cherished son of Karyn and Keith. Adored big Park Cemetery,
August 10, 2018 commencingDoherty’s
at 1.30pm. Road North Altona.
A Private Cremation Will Follow
He fought good and hard. In our hearts always.
brother of Michelle and Lachlan. Admired son-in-law of Terry IN THE CARE OF Much loved son-in-law of Louise and Terry Hodge.
and Louise. Honoured brother-in-law of Rachael, Gary, Tamara Brother in-law of Rachael, Gary, Tamara and Teghan.
and Teagan. Treasured uncle of Mia, Levi, Cambrai, Ella and Loved uncle of Cambrai, Ella and Nate.
Good fishing Oz.


Mathew Osborne
FUNERAL NOTICE The Ballan Anglers
Funeral Notice
Mrs Gwendoline Deighton
OSBORNE Club committee
The Funeral Service to Celebrate the Life of Mathew Keith
(Ozzy) Osborne will be held at the Bacchus Marsh Public Hall, and members would
Main Street
Moorabool News Bacchus Marsh on Wednesday September 19, 2018 like to convey their
commencing at 11.00am.
Tuesday 7th August 2018 condolences to Matt’s
A Private Cremation Will Follow
No Flowers By Request
Family, especially Sarah
DEIGHTON - (nee Barber)
In lieu please consider a donation to the Ballarat Regional and Molly, on his
The Funeral Service to give thanks and celebrate the life of the late Mrs Gwendoline (Gwen)
Integrated Cancer
Deighton will be held Centre
at St Andrew’s in memory
Uniting Church, Gisborne Road of Mathew
Bacchus (Ozzy).
Marsh on Friday, sad passing.
August 10, 2018 will be available
commencing at 1.30pm. at the Hall.
A Private Cremation Will Follow


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Gilbert Leslie Hine

20 years on and
still sadly missed.

Gone before his time.
Always in our Hearts.
From your loving Family
Leonie & Charles, Ballan Golf Club
Suzanne & John,
Results - Week ending Saturday 15 September
Loris, Colin & Janis
and families Wednesday – Men’s & Ladies
Winner Kev Lockman (14) 35 points,
R/up Bob Arklay (10) 34 points.
Magpie - 14th Chris Tudor
THANK YOU MUSIC Saturday Stableford
Moorabool Cup results:  
Mollie and family Winner Men’s Ballan: Frank Raffaele (9) 38 points.
wish to thank R/up Don Wickson (15) 33 points.
everyone who sent Winner Ladies Ballan: Bev Snaith.
cards, flowers and Winner Men’s Bacchus Marsh: Lincoln Porter (14) 31 points.
attended the service
Piano Lessons R/up Glen Davidson (20) 30 points.
piano & keyboard Winner Ladies Bacchus Marsh: Karin Caple (19) 31 points.
for Les Widger. beginner guitar R/up Wendy Lewis (25) 22 points.
Please accept this double bass Winner Men’s Bacchus Marsh West: Russel Campbell (19) 35
as our personal (Gordon) points on c/b from N. Prassad (12).
Thank You Tim Nelson Winner Ladies Bacchus Marsh West: Taruni Prassad (39) 29
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TIMBER SALES Moorabool Cup Results for the day: Ballan’s new Senior coach Tristian Batten.
FIREWOOD 1st Bacchus Marsh West Golf Club 28.8

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3 Bacchus Marsh Golf Club 23.2.

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for Blues
1st Bacchus Marsh West Golf Club 28.2
Common Interested applicants to hand 2nd Ballan Golf Club 26.915
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Ready to burn James Wilson at Wilsons Home

Timber & Hardware, South Ballan Football Netball Club has appointed a new senior
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The Moorabool News
Maddingley Rd, Bacchus Marsh.
Tristian Batten previously played three seasons with the
club, and coached Melton Football Club in 2016.
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The position requires a knowledge of the Melbourne EDITOR Helen Tatchell
area and some experience in building materials would GRAPHIC DESIGN Glen Martin Batten replaces former Senior Coach Jason McNamara.
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News from
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East Point Smash Devils determined Kangaroos VFL listed player Joel Attavi been feeling any worse than A loss to Darley on the road all missed a wealth of footy
line-up on the rebound and (four goals) looked danger- Darley Coach Heath Scot- in round 18, a one-point (un- which would have made it
with something to prove, by ous up forward all day. land post-match may well deniable steal) victory ver- difficult for any club at coun-
28-points. Daniel Semmens and Dan- have been Melton Bloods sus North Ballarat City and a try level to overcome.
The Devils would never iel Tung, who both missed Coach Aaron Tymms. Not subsequent loss to Melton in One thing the Devils can
recover. East’s round 18 loss against only would he have been the Second Semi Final right- take with them in the af-
East Point had winners all the Devils, were also instru- there to witness East in full fully asked the question - are termath is that the club is
over the park. Any specula- mental in setting up the win. flight, he would have been they the real deal? as close as ever. Forty plus
tion surrounding the Devils Darley struggled. Defend- made well aware that the That they are. players represented at senior
being better suited by the ers Darren Leonard, Jacob losing Essendon VFL team Regardless of Melton’s de- level, more than any other
wintery conditions pre- Zeestraten and Tom Evans meant the talented Jake served priority slot in this in the competition. There’s
game was soon put to bed. did their best to stop the McQueen would be readily Saturday’s Grand Final at no doubting those numbers
The 28-point quarter time bleeding while the efforts of available for selection next Mars Stadium it looks as will return in the pre-season
margin became 55 at the Dylan Reid, Steven Kennedy, week. though East Point have re- for the betterment of them-
main change, nine goals to Luther Baker, and forward East Point coach Jake turned to their ominous selves and the club.
one and the game all but Mark Hanson (three goals) Bridges held his cards close best. A mouth watering con- Heath Scotland has re-
by Todd Whelan to his chest in the lead up,
over. Not even the Devils warranted recognition. test awaits, the Bloods on a signed as coach for season
starting midfield after half Playing coach Heath Scot- well aware his charges had nine game winning streak 2019, he’ll be sure to make
A ‘banged up’ Darley outfit time of Reid, Scotland, Gra- land, although disappoint- been below their best going versus the minor premiers certain of that.
were no match for a youth- ham and Kennedy would be ed, conceded East Point were in. The Kangaroos had been who’ve won eight of their
* The Darley and Bacchus
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too good on the day. Marsh Football Clubs will be
in last Saturday’s BFL Pre- tum, despite winning the ity to impact the scoreboard On the flipside, the season
liminary Final at City Oval, “Take nothing away from averaging 106 points (for) having their 2018 Presenta-
third term. as a whole for the Devils
succumbing to the minor East, they were fantastic. per game prior to round 18. tion Nights on Friday Sep-
The Kangaroos controlled ticked more boxes than not.
premiers by 72-points. Their clean ball use and Their last three outings how- tember 28th.
the game for the most part. Riddled with injury for the
hardness at the contest re- ever had returned the mi- DARLEY 1.2-8 1.3-9 4.5-29
And that in a nutshell, While in form midfielder most part to key players
could not have been closer to ally showed us up,” he said. serly result of 62, 64 and 64. 5.6-36 lost to EAST POINT
Clay Bilney was named didn’t help. Dan Roy (knee -
the truth. ‘best’ to make it three BOGS “Our boys looked spent and But the minor premiers season), Leigh Spiteri (knee 5.6-36 9.10-64 10.10-70
The writing was on the wall from three meetings against exhausted.” would atone tenfold. An - season), Ryan Closter (re- 15.18-108.
early as the Devils kicked the Devils in 2018, it was the “It was disappointing (the ordinary preparation, albeit tired), Brian Graham (knee), DARLEY (GOALS) M. Han-
with what felt like a three to Johnston brothers (Jordan result), but I’m very proud of ‘soft kills’, against teams out- Dylan Reid (hamstring). son 3, D. Reid, C. Cullen.
four goal breeze in the open- three goals and Matt one the boys and our season.” side the final six on the back Jake Edwards (hamstring), DARLEY (BEST) D. Leon-
ing term, only to go into the goal) for mine that reeked The only coach in the BFL of a bye in round 13 had left Steven Kennedy (groin) and ard, J. Zeestraten, D. Reid, T.
first change trailing a more the most havoc. Essendon that could possibly have the flag favorites vulnerable. Heath Scotland (hamstring) Evans, L. Baker, S. Kennedy.

Darley Junior Football

Netball Club
Results – Grand Final

U/13 Reserves
Darley 14 lost North Ballarat 18
Goals – Charlotte Drevensek 11, Ella Closter 3
Awards – Ava Krajina (BOC), Ella Closter (BOC)
Photos: Tim Saultry
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Ballan Football Netball Club

Junior Best & Fairest Presentations
Under 18
WinnerAlan Blake memorial - Evan Shaw 67 votes
Runner up - Corey Pascoe 44 votes 
Leading Goal Kicker - Jack McGregor 33 goals
Most Consistent - Ben Neumann
Most Determined - Jordan Monaghan
Most Improved - Jarrod Sutcliffe 
Most Valuable - Lachlan Trickey
Coaches Award - Adam Furlong
Under 15
Winner - Matt Golding- 62 votes
Runner up - Rhys Cassar- 44 votes
Leading Goal kickers - Kobe Heafield, Rhys Cassar, Jack
Jarvis, Noah Neumann, Matt Golding - 1 goal
Most consistent - George Muir U15 R-up Rhys Cassar.
Coaches Award - Zack Jerman
Winner - Anais Clifford 28 votes
Runner up - Erynn Vella - 27 votes
Most Improved - Bridget Sommerling
Winner - Emma Golding 32 votes
Runner up - Lara Casey 22 votes 
Coaches Award - Annabel Muir
The PCC Seniors – in their Rods Costume. Photo - submitted

Pentland Calisthenics Club

Winner - Bridget Casey 41 votes 
Runner up - Lily Mullane 16 votes
Most Improved - Jade Smith U15 Winner Matt Golding.
This week is like the eye of the storm for Pentland Calisthenics College – relatively quiet on
the competition front compared to the past week and the upcoming weeks; there is a busy
fortnight ahead.
The seniors are the final team to take the stage at Northern District Calisthenics Competition.
They were rewarded with their best set of results for the competition season thus far: March
– 3rd, Clubs – 2nd, Free Exercises – 2nd, Rods – Honourable Mention, Aesthetics – Highly
Commended, Dance Arrangement – Highly Commended.

13 & Under Bridget Casey. 13&Under R-up Lily Mullane. U18 R-up Corey Pascoe. Ballarat Football League
Results - Preliminary Final
East Point 15.18  (108) def Darley 5.6  (36)
Goals - Darley
Mark Hanson 3, Dylan Reid 1, Corey Cullen
Best - Darley
Darren Leonard, Jacob Zeestraten, Dylan Reid, Tom Evans, Luther Baker, Steven Kennedy
Bacchus Marsh 6.12  (48) def Sunbury 6.5  (41)
Goals/Best - Bacchus Marsh (no results)

17&Under R-up Erynn Vella. 17&U winner Anais Clifford. U18 Winner Evan Shaw. Sunbury 6.12  (48) def East Point 6.4  (40)

Further step toward goal

By Carol Saffer “He has been playing since he was
seven and his goal is to be a professional
Each year, talented Victorian school soccer player,” Ms Grima said.
students have the opportunity to trial As participation in the SSV team is self-
for a place in the School Sport Victoria funded, to get Anton to NSW for the SSA
(SSV) Team Vic state team.
Ballan Bowling Club Bacchus Marsh Primary School 11-year-
Championships will cost his parents
somewhere between $2,000-$3,000 to
Pre-Season Meet and Greet old student Anton Primorac has been se- cover uniforms, host state levies, flights,
lected for the SSV 12 years & Under boys transport, accommodation and meals.
An invitation to all past, present and new soccer team, to compete at the School
“This may put us under a little [finan-
bowlers to enjoy social afternoons each Sport Australia (SSA) Championships to
cial] pressure, but we will cope,” says
be held this month.
Thursday, from 5pm Ms Grima.
These championships offer gifted and
Ballan Bowling Club talented students the opportunity to A player with St Albans Saints Junior
participate in higher levels of sporting Soccer club outside school hours, Anton
Cowie Street, BALLAN is travelling to Spain next year with 22
competition against other students from
Enq – David O’Hanlon (President) around Australia. other junior team members for academy
Anton, who put in a great performance training and matches.
P - 0437 008 024 Many past SSV team members have
while participating in a series of trial
E – ballanbc@hotmail.com sessions and games that began in April gone on to compete at national and
to make the final team, was “so excited international competitions including
ALL WELCOME and surprised” says his mum Charlene Olympic Games, World Championships
Photo - Alex Cobo Academy Grima. and Commonwealth Games.
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Bacchus Marsh v Sunbury Ballarat Junior Football League

C Grade Netball Final
Photos: Tim Saultry
Results – Grand Finals
U16.5 Seniors
East Point 9.10  (64) def North Ballarat 3.7  (25)

U16.5 Reserves
Ballarat Football Netball League
Ballarat 8.8  (56) def Bacchus Marsh 4.8  (32)
Results – Preliminary Final
A Grade: East Point (44) def Sunbury (28) Goals - Bacchus Marsh
B Grade: Sunbury (49) def East Point (46) Riley Huxtable 1, Hamish Garner, Jaylan Altay,
C Grade: Bacchus Marsh (29) lost Sunbury (34) Spencer Jenks
19 & Under: North Ballarat (26) lost Lake Wendouree (28) Best - Bacchus Marsh
D Grade: Lake Wendouree (31) def Bacchus Marsh (26)
Jayden Coutts, Hamish Garner, Solomon Miesen,
E Grade: Ballarat (23) def Bacchus Marsh (17)
Jaycob Hayes, Coby Kakoschke, Jack Darling

U14 Seniors
Ballarat Junior Netball League
East Point  5.6  (36) def North Ballarat 4.5  (29)
Results – Grand Finals
17 & Under Reserves U14 Reserves
North Ballarat City (38) def Bacchus Marsh (21) North Ballarat 5.9  (39) def Redan 4.6  (30)
15 & Under Reserves
U12 Seniors
North Ballarat City (31) def Lake Wendouree (28)
13 & Under Seniors North Ballarat 5.2  (32) def Ballarat 4.5  (29)
North Ballarat City (26) def Lake Wendouree (18) U12 Reserves
13 & Under Reserves
North Ballarat 1.4  (10) def Redan 1.0  (6)
North Ballarat City (18) def Darley (14)

BFL Reserves Football Final

Join in Bacchus marsh’s

Bacchus Marsh 6.12  (48) def Sunbury 6.5  (41)
Photos: Tim Saultry

Hottest New Footy Competition!

AFL 9’s Bacchus Marsh
Wednesday Night Touch Football

AFL 9s is the AFL’s official social This competition will be run at

version of the game. It’s a fast, fun, “Siberia” in Maddingley Park.
free-flowing game that involves 9
The season will kick off on Wednesday 24th
players on each team playing on a
October 2018, and will run every Wednesday
smaller field. It’s similar to ‘touch
night until Wed 12th December.
football’ with no tackling or bumping,
making it suitable for everyone. Games will be scheduled between
This social competition is designed for people 5:30pm & 7:00pm.
of all ages, both male, female & families. This is aimed as a community event –
Each side to include 12 players, with at least offering free inflatables for the kids,
3 females, and at least 2 players under 16yo. and food & coffee vans, etc.

For more information and how to register please contact

Liam Brady on 0429 327 085 or Liam.Brady@afl.com.au or
Grant McMillan on 0411 380 093 or Grant.McMillan@afl.com.au
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Bacchus Marsh Soccer Club

With close to 250
registered players in the
2018 season, the local
soccer club continues to
grow each year.
At a recent junior
presentation night, the club gave out
trophies and congratulated members for
their participation.
Teams from the Saturday morning mini-
roos, Under 8s and Under 9s are pictured
enjoying the evening.
Registrations for the 2019 winter program
Saturday miniroos.
will open in February with a planned
Summer 7 program to be conducted before
Christmas. Under 9 Yellow.

The Coaching Team.

Under 9 Green.

Under 8 Yellow. Under 9 Blue. Under 8 Blue.

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