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Tuesday 25 April, 2017 Serving Ballan and district since 1872 Phone 5368 1966 Fax 5368 2764 Vol 11 No 16

Remembering
Glorious autumn sunshine welcomed
the ANZAC Day march in Bacchus
Marsh on Sunday afternoon.
Always held the Sunday prior to 25
April, the march drew large crowds
lining the Main Street and at the Village
Green for a formal service and wreath
laying.
Clans of the West Highland Pipe Band
brought goosebumps to onlookers with
the popular Creswick Light Horse
Troop leading the march.
Past RSL President Stan Franklin sat
alongside war veterans in a mini bus,
with Moorabool Mayor David Edwards
marching with fellow councillors Keogh
and Dudzik. Member for Melton Don
Nardella and Federal MP Catherine
King were also in attendance.
A mural on a front building at the
Bacchus Marsh Primary School was a
solemn reminder of those who fought
in all Wars. A lone soldier, complete Photos: Helen Tatchell
with slouch hat and rifle, head bowed,
stands with the words “They shall grow
not old……., We will remember them”,
written throughout his body. The rifle
is full of red poppies.
Ballan RSL held a dawn service at
the Lone Pine tree in A.A. McLeans
Reserve.
“This is the first dawn service ever in
Ballan I am led to believe,” said new
President Rick Campey.
“We have a new committee and now
have the RSL rooms open every first
and second Saturday to coincide with
the local markets. We also plan to bring
out the memorabilia into the hall for
everyone to see.”
Ballan also held a march later in the
day.
ANZAC Services were held across the
Moorabool Shire including Balliang,
Lal Lal and Bungaree.

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Murderer sentenced Facebook
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with a concession That’s a bloody joke, just like
our justice system... These
judges should be sentenced
By Jessica Howard 25-years. and the co-accused had be- for the ridiculous sentences
On September 14 2015, lieved that Mr Handford they give....
The man who murdered Cooper was under the influ- kept up to $20,000 cash on - Kim
Springbank war veteran Ken ence of ice when he, and a his property.
Handford has been jailed for co-accused, tied Mr Hand- She said the offending was Sounds like a pretty short
16 years. ford up by his wrists and pre-meditated and cowardly. sentence for murder.
Jonathan Jeffery Cooper legs and gagged him with a - Lynn
“You deliberately targeted
broke into Mr Handford’s sock. an elderly and vulnerable Not long enough
home on the eve of his 90th Justice Dixon said Cooper, victim,” she said. - Barbara
birthday and stabbed him 13 who was sexually abused as “[Mr Handford] should Disgusting sentence
times in the back. a child, had been wrongly have felt safe and secure in - Belinda
Victorian Supreme Court instructed by his accomplice his own bed late at night”.
judge, Justice Jane Dixon that Mr Handford was a pae- Justice Dixon told the ac- So the poor man was stabbed
jailed the 29-year-old man dophile, leading him to “lose cused that the misapprehen- 13 times in the back and this
on Friday (April 21), order- control” and stab the great sion that Mr Handford was guy gets average one year
ing he serve a non-parole grandfather with a double- a paedophile was no excuse each stab wounds got worse
period of 13 years. edged knife. for his “angry and violent so he should have got worse
After the attack, Cooper impulse”. - Kathryn
Justice Dixon said Cooper
had received a considerable and the co-accused stole Cooper pleaded guilty to Not long enough. A hard
discount on his sentence be- cash and war medals before one count of murder, theft working 90 year-old man
cause of his guilty plea and leaving Mr Handford tied and aggravated burglary. killed…..by drug induced
the fact that he had agreed up in his bedroom, where His co-accused, Adam Wil- low life. What price a life?
to give evidence against his he succumbed to his injuries liamson, initially pleaded Not justice at all.
co-accused. four hours and 38-minutes guilty to identical charges, - Millie
She said if he had not of- later. however in a separate hear- Should have been 25 years
fered that assistance, he His body was found by a ing, was successful in an ap- with no parole. Murder
would have been sentenced family friend the following plication to change his plea. is deliberate not a bloody
to 27 years behind bars, day. He will face trial later this Jonathon Cooper at an earlier appearance in court accident!!!
with a non-parole period of Justice Dixon said Cooper year. Drawn by Edward Coleridge. - Diane

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Devils roll Cobras Tell council
By Tim Saultry

The ANZAC Day local derby match kicked off the BFL season for
about the
roads
Darley and Bacchus Marsh last Sunday, with the 2015 Premiers
Darley looking to defeat 2016 Premiers Bacchus Marsh. The match
started with pressure reminiscent of a final rather than a season
opener as both teams battled for ascendency.
Bacchus Marsh’s Jarrah Maksymow continued on last year’s finals By Kate Taylor
form kicking the first goal. It wasn’t until the 17 minute mark that
Spiteri replied for Darley from a set shot which he followed up with
Roads can be a big issue for some Moorabool residents – and
another on the run soon after. Baker also goaled for Darley putting
them two goals clear before Maksymow finished the quarter with now is the time to make the effort and put in a submission to
another for Bacchus Marsh leaving them six points behind. council on the new draft road management plan.
The second quarter started well for Darley with another two goals The RMP provides an overview of Council’s road
before the Cobra’s Maksymow stamped his class on the game. management policy and maintenance procedures.
Bacchus Marsh kicked the next five goals with three coming from The plan defines the roads that council maintains, council’s
the boot of Maksymow, enabling Bacchus Marsh to take an 11 point responsibilities in managing roads, standards of performance
lead into half time with all the momentum. Photos Tim Saultry in relation to the condition of roads that Council can afford,
Darley coach Scotland rallied his team behind closed doors and policies and procedures in relation to the ongoing risk
at half time. After a goalless 12 minute start to the second half, inspection of roads.
Ancrum for Darley managed to break the deadlock with a soccer
goal on the goal line. The rest of the quarter was all Darley’s as It also covers intervention levels and associated response
momentum swung their way and they were able to capitalise with times for Council to address road asset defects identified in
six consecutive goals. Brian Graham was all class with two of the its risk inspections.
goals. Council maintains a road network of more than 1,440km of
The 22 point lead Darley took into the last quarter was essential as sealed and unsealed roads – the road assets, including roads
Bacchus Marsh were not prepared go down without a fight. Goals and paths, collectively have a current replacement value of
to Del Papa and Bolton cut the margin to 10 points before Darley more than $321M.
were able to steady with two goals of their own. The game petered
out in the last 10 minutes as exhausted players had given thier all Mayor David Edwards said the plan sets out in detail how
in a hard fought contest. The final margin was a 19-point win for and when these assets are maintained.
the Devils. “The plan details road inspection information, emergency
Recruits Chris and Brian Graham were impressive on their debut and risk information, the criteria for determining road
for Darley with a Krakouer brothers like display, Brian being hierarchy and intervention levels for asset management, so
awarded Best on Ground. Bacchus Marsh’s Jarrah Maksymow’s there is a lot of information in there,” Mayor Edwards said.
five goal haul and Darley’s Leigh Spiteri’s five goals were also The Mayor said that he is looking forward to feedback from
impressive.
the community.
Scotland applauded his Darley players after the game for their
hard work. Bacchus Marsh was far from disgraced, as both local “I encourage anyone who has an interest in Council’s road
clubs appear to have strong teams going into the 2017 season. management to make a submission and have their say during
In the A grade netball, Bacchus Marsh prevailed in a close this consultation process.”
encounter 36 to 34. The RMP is out for public consultation for 28 days, since
Next weekend Bacchus Marsh play Sunbury at Maddingley Park Monday 10 April. For information on how to make a
in a Grand Final rematch, whilst Darley take on Melton at Melton. submission, go to www.moorabool.vic.gov.au.

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Warriors march on Ballan Staying
By Jessica Howard

A marching band all the way
at the local Easter Festival.
The students then travelled
through to Ballan before
in the
loop
from California has graced the heading to Sydney for three-
main street of Ballan. nights prior to flying home.
The Mission San Jose High Mr Cheng said the students
School Band marched to old brought around 100 instruments
and new favourites, including on their international trip, 60 of By Kate Taylor
Hold Your Hand by the Beatles
which arrived by boat.
and Bruno Mars’ Uptown Funk, West Ward Councillor Tom Sullivan is
“As well as our musicians, we fighting to keep the Bungaree train loop
as they made their way down
also have dancers, the banner open when the new track is built.
Inglis Street on Tuesday (April
and shield line and the flag Cr Sullivan raised the issue in ‘Urgent
18).
line,” he said. Business’ at the April 5 council meeting,
Members of the band included
“We have represented our moving a motion that council’s CEO
72 high school students, with write to Public Transport Victoria
country in Paris, London,
more than half being just 14 or requesting that the loop be retained.
Madrid, Edinburgh, Rome and
15-years-old. “That as part of the Regional rail
Australia. When competitions
Following the street parade, upgrade (Ballarat Line) project, the
are judged we always place Elsa from Cartier World Travel (Ballan) organised the tour to perform in
the band took to the stage of Australia and Ballan. Photos – Helen Tatchell CEO writes to Public Transport Victoria
well”. requesting that the ‘Bungaree Loop’
the Ballan Mechanics Institute,
where they performed a The marching band was be kept open and the option of an
number of old classics including transported around Australia integrated transport hub be explored on
by Bacchus Marsh Coaches, and the site of the old Wallace Station and
Overture to the Wind by Kirt
the tour organised by Cartier the Western Freeway at Wallace,” the
Mosier and Soon Hee Newbold’s motion stated.
Orion and the Scorpion. World Travel in Ballan.
It also requested that a copy of the letter
The marching band performs Mr Cheng said the experience
be sent to the roads Minister for Public
in parades, band reviews and had been wonderful for all Transport Jacinta Allan and the Roads
concerts throughout the year, the students, staff and parents Minister Luke Donnellan.
with the whole band consisting involved. Cr Sullivan said that especially with
of around 200 members, which in “In 2007 the band embarked expected growth in Bungaree and
some performances can stretch on their first Australian trip, Wallace, it would make sense to “leave
one that I could not attend, and the door open” for future transport
for a few hundred-metres.
needs.
Drum Major and Marching upon returning home everyone
“I guess one can only point out the folly
Instructor, Harrison Cheng said it was the best trip ever,” he
of closing it, but to me it’s something that
said the band started their said. would be disappointing not to consider
Australian experience in “Ten years on, I just knew I had The students march and play their instruments down the Main St of in this whole equation, because once it’s
Bendigo, where they performed to go”. Ballan. lost, it’s lost,” Cr Sullivan said.
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‘Twas a Good Friday Newborns in the district
By Jessica Howard
Babies born recently at Bacchus Marsh and
The Ballan Group of Fire Brigades has displayed its renowned
generosity for another year, raising more than $23,000 for the
Melton Regional Hospital.
Royal Children’s Hospital Good Friday Appeal.
The Ballan, Greendale, Gordon and Mt Egerton Brigades
collected a total of $23,034.80, with the Ballan Lioness Club
contributing a generous $5,000.
Ballan Fire Brigade Lieutenant and Royal Children’s
Hospital Area Manager, Ian Ireland gave a special thank you Kane and Sienna Little Chloe has a
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Trashy After party vandalism
campers By Jessica Howard

The Easter long weekend was soured for
woke him at around 2am on Monday
morning.
“The dog was just going berserk and
By Kate Taylor more than 50 Hopetoun Park residents then I thought I heard a couple of loud
after vandals targeted their homes. bangs, so I walked to the front door and
Campers behaving badly and leaving
rubbish including dirty nappies at spots Residents woke on the morning of heard at least two male voices chatting, I
along the Moorabool River at Morrisons, Easter Monday to find their letterboxes couldn’t see anyone because it was really
are now on the radar of local authorities. had been smashed to pieces. dark, but I definitely heard them.
West Ward Councillor Tom Sullivan The windscreen of a truck was also “Another resident said her husband
raised the issue in ‘Urgent Business’ at the damaged in what is believed to be a four- woke at about 4am and actually saw five
April 5 council meeting, putting forward hour long rampage that commenced at youths outside the house damaging the
a motion to have the Department of around 2am. letterbox.
Environment, Water, Land and Planning Those targeted include residents in “It’s not the first time. People hold parties
monitor sites for offenders. Hammond Circuit, Riverbend Drive, and put them on Facebook, so they get
“That the CEO writes to the Secretary of Fuller Court, Selby Court and O’Connell a lot of gatecrashes and when they’re
DEWLP, Mr Adam Fennessey, requesting Court. asked to leave they start damaging
that the Department take action regarding Resident, David Stretton said the inanimate objects. It happened about ten
illegal dumping of rubbish by campers damage was valued at up to $10,000. years ago, but not to this extent”.
along the Moorabool River at Morrisons,” “It depends on the letterbox and how it Detective Sergeant Troy Morrow from
the motion stated. is constructed, but some residents have Moorabool Crime Investigation Unit
“Residents have approached me as letterboxes that would have cost around said four males had been arrested and
their Ward councillor and expressed $400 and with more than 50 houses interviewed.
the concern they have with the rubbish targeted, that is a lot of money,” he said. “There was a party out at there and
and bad behaviour that occurs, not by “You also have to factor in the damage what has happened is a group of boys
everyone, but by certain individuals that to the truck. The owner lives across the have left the party and decided to wreck
access the river. road from us and part of the windscreen about 50 letterboxes. It’s a huge damage
“All we are asking for is for DELWP to was totally shattered, with shards of bill,” he said.
proactively police the area and ensure that glass falling into the radio, the console “We’ve spoken to four youth offenders
rubbish is not left – it’s not just litter, dirty and all over the seat coverings”. so far and there is going to be a further
nappies and rubbish that is left there, local
Mr Stretton said the neighbour’s dog arrest in the coming days”.
landowners clean it up and it’s not their
responsibility.”
He added that the camping spots along
the river are growing in popularity.
“It’s an attractive area, and it’s not that far
away, it’s readily accessible to Geelong and
Melbourne, you can come up and camp
along the waterway and it’s only an hour
or so from home and people travel half a
day to go to places no better than that.
“Don’t spoil it for other people, especially
residents who live nearby and have to put
up with that anti-social behavior,” Cr.
Sullivan concluded.

Moorabool Shire Council
NOTICE OF ORDINARY MEETING OF COUNCIL PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO COUNCIL’S ROAD MANAGEMENT PLAN
The next Ordinary Meeting of Council will be held on Wednesday 3 May, 2017 in the In accordance with the Road Management Act 2004, Moorabool Shire Council gives notice that it
Council Chambers, 15 Stead St, Ballan, commencing at 5.00pm. proposes to amend its existing Road Management Plan (RMP).
Members of the public are most welcome to attend. The RMP and associated register of public roads and paths, details what Council proposes to
implement in respect to inspections, and maintenance and repair of road assets that Council
COMMITTEE MEETING maintains on behalf of the community. The RMP also provides road users with an overview of the
The next Council committee meeting will be of the S85 Urban Growth Strategy Committee, road management policy and practices of Council.
tomorrow Wednesday 26 April 2017, in the James Young Room, Lerderderg Library, 215 A copy of the draft plan can be obtained at any of Council’s customer service centres and is also
Main St, Bacchus Marsh, commencing at 4.00pm. available at www.moorabool.vic.gov.au.
Members of the public are most welcome to attend. Any person who wishes to make a written submission for consideration, may do so until 5.00pm
on Monday 8 May 2017. Submissions should be posted to Chief Executive Officer, Moorabool
BACCHUS MARSH REMEMBERS Shire Council, PO Box 18, Ballan VIC 3342, sent by email to info@moorabool.vic.gov.au or
made via Council’s website.
RUPERT MOON VC & ALL THOSE FROM BACCHUS
Enquiries about the RMP should be directed to Council’s Manager Asset Management on 5366 7100.
MARSH & DISTRICT WHO SERVED IN WORLD WAR ONE
The Bacchus Marsh Great War Centenary Committee and EMPLOYMENT
The RSL Sub Branch Bacchus Marsh Council invite applications for the existing vacancy:
INVITES ALL TO ATTEND Pound Keeper – Casual – Applications close on 28 April 2017.
A Remembrance Service commemorating the Manager Active Ageing & Community Access – Full-Time SEO Position
100th year anniversary since Rupert Moon VC from Applications close on 5 May 2017.
Bacchus Marsh was awarded his Victoria Cross All details available on our website: www.moorabool.vic.gov.au
during World War One.
A commemorative Victoria Cross paving stone and SENIOR CITIZENS AWARDS
signage will be unveiled in Rupert Moon Reserve. Council is encouraging residents who know a local senior who undertakes volunteer work that
Followed by a special dedication at Bacchus Marsh RSL benefits the community to nominate that person for an award in the 2017 Senior Citizen of the
WHEN: Saturday 6th May 2017 at 10.30 am at Rupert Moon Year awards.
Reserve followed by special dedication at 11.00 am at The State Government-run awards acknowledge older Victorians who volunteer to assist,
Bacchus Marsh RSL support and encourage others in their communities. There are a number of award categories
Light refreshments will be provided (Gold coin donation). recognising seniors as mentors, educators, role models, leaders, or behind the scenes workers.
For more information or to nominate someone:
https://www.seniorsonline.vic.gov.au/festivalsandawards/seniors-awards
Nominations close 23 June, 2017.

Moorabool Shire Council: PO Box 18, Ballan VIC 3342 Telephone: 03 5366 7100 Facsimile: 03 5368 1757 CEO: Rob Croxford
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Clashing for the Cup Easier
access
By Jessica Howard side his wife Cathy, both of
By Kate Taylor
whom have been a tremen-
The rivalry between Dar- dous help to the club for a The Ballarat train line may
ley and Bacchus Marsh has very long time”
grown as the junior football best be known by commuters
Bacchus Marsh Football
and netball clubs fight to lay for overcrowded trains
and Netball Club presi-
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dent, Adam Sutherland
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said Billy Closter had dedi-
The inaugural cup will be cated around 40-years to the opens.
awarded to the junior club Cobras. Member for Buyninyong
who earn the most amount
“Billy was a junior presi- Geoff Howard announced
of points during the biggest
dent back in 1994 and has the 130-year-old Ballan train
rival match of the year.
also held the role of junior station would have the old
Darley Junior Football and
and senior coach, as well as
Netball Club president, doors replaced with new
senior president,” he said.
Matt Colley said all senior automatic sliding doors.
sides would be awarded two “He is a Life Member of
both the junior and senior “This will make the station
points for a win and one
clubs, with his daughter entrance more accessible
point for the reserves.
playing netball, his sons both to passengers who use a
“Those eligible to win
playing and coaching and wheelchair or scooter, and
points include the under-12
to 16s in football and the his wife being a wonderful parents with prams,” he
under-13 to 17s in netball,” member of the committee. said.
he said. “I basically couldn’t think The upgrade is part of the
Junior FNC Presidents (L-R) Darren Smith (Bacchus Marsh) and Matt Colley (Darley) with
“The respective teams will of a more deserving person
the new Cup up for grabs. Photo – Jessica Howard state government’s Road and
pick up points for each win, to be recognised than him”.
Rail Minor Works Program.
which will be tallied at the Bacchus Marsh and Darley
The perpetual cup is named from Bacchus Marsh. teer for both the junior and Junior Football and Netball The station will also
end of the day. The team
with the most amount of after two representatives “Johnny is a past coach for senior sides,” Mr Colley said. Clubs will go head-to-head soon see a new platform
points will have their name from each club - Darley’s the junior football team and “He is a very well-known this Sunday,
Draft 7 April 30 at Dar-
the Mill Cottage : restaurant & cafe
constructed to service a
engraved on the trophy”. John Thacker and Bill Closter has been a long-term volun- man around the club, along- ley Park. duplicated line.

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Environmental Opinion
TOM

with Tom Kingston

Riding the storm surge
At the height of the recent in. Given the destruction out, immediately blame overnight temperatures; Northern Australian In- ing that the accumulated
cyclone that was devastat- that cyclones reek upon the black out on the fault we are not having that cool frastructure Fund. This is rainfall in one night was
ing Queensland and New our country, why do you of the wind turbines. To reprieve that we should in in addition to supporting almost half the amount
South Wales Adam Bandt, push policies like burning use his own words against the evening, so that’s when the Adani coal mine de- Mocoa normally received
the Greens MP for Mel- more coal that will make Adam Bandt, ‘How dare we start to get in trouble.” velopment and supporting in March.
bourne, asked a question of cyclones more intense? you try to politicise an ex- Climate change impact in NAIF providing a subsidy In neighbouring Peru
the Prime Minister in par- Doesn’t your duty to keep treme weather event, when Queensland coastal areas to build a rail line to Abbot more than 90 people have
liament. Adam: “My Ques- Australians safe include we should all be pulling is likely to be particularly Point Coal Terminal. died since the start of the
tion is to Prime Minister. He everything you can to stop together.’ severe, where it is prone to The government’s re- year because of unusually
recently said that ‘keeping cyclones becoming more The Climate Council’s Dr storm surges. “The storm newed embrace of coal also heavy rainfall, which also
Australians safe was the violent?” Martin Rice told the ABC surges are riding on elevat- appears to be at odds with caused landslides and flash
highest priority and was If you followed this on TV in January 2017 that global ed sea levels and so we’re Australian voters. A Fair- floods. Half the nation is
the first duty of my govern- you would have seen the warming temperature rises going to see much more de- fax-IPSOS poll published affected while more than
ment and every govern- response of the PM. We are could have devastating structive storms and per- recently found just 33 per 100,000 people are home-
ment’. We know burning all taught in school that if consequences for human- haps more intense cyclone cent of those surveyed be- less. The full size of the
more coal will make global you see someone respond ity. “It’s hugely concerning; activity in Queensland,” he lieve Australia should con- humanitarian disaster will
warming worse. Scientists to a question with shouting most of the heat goes into said. “We have an option, tinue backing coal. not be known until emer-
tell us it may mean fewer and flinging of arms you the oceans.” He explained we simply must reduce Also as you are no doubt gency workers reach the
cyclones but they will be see someone deeply threat- that the impact of global drastically and rapidly our aware the rainfall has not areas that have been cut off
more intense when they ened. The PM was indeed warming was already be- emissions.” been in Queensland and since the flooding began.
hit. But on the very day threatened and found to ing felt in Queensland. The Resources Minister NSW only. The floods in “It is mind boggling.
Queenslanders were pre- be, just like the emperor, “We’ve already seen that Matt Canavan, inciden- Columbia have been ter- We had bad flooding in
paring for Cyclone Debbie, not wearing clothes. It was with the coral bleaching tally from Queensland, rible. However, President 1982, and we all thought it
your Resources Minister also this same PM who on the Great Barrier Reef,” has been a vocal advocate Juan Manuel Santo didn’t was terrible. But that was
dropped a front page story only months earlier had, he said. “We can expect, for building new coal blame a questioner in Par- child’s play in comparison
spruiking a new coal fired in the midst of the South and we are already seeing, plants in Queensland, and liament. He simply blamed to now,” one local authority
power station in that very Australian storms which more intense heatwaves. if necessary subsidising climate change for trig- said.
state, and you backed him resulted in a system black- What’s worrying are the them through using the gering the avalanche, say- What is your opinion?

WHAT’S ON
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Footscray Poultry Club (at Bacchus Marsh) Bacchus Marsh Uniting Church Parish
ADULT EDUCATION Meetings held 2nd Sunday of month, 2pm. Poultry Pavilion. Services - St Andrew’s 9.30am every Sunday. Pentland Hills
Ballan & District Community House Racecourse Rec. Reserve, Balliang-Bacchus Marsh Rd, 2pm 1st Sunday of month. Family ‘messy’ Church, 4.30pm (4th
Rear Mechanics Hall, Ballan. Term 2 program – OUT NOW. Bacchus Marsh. All welcome – Peter  0428 112 295. Sunday of month). Enquiries - 5367 2543 (office).
All enquiries, bookings, classes & venue hire - call 5368 1934. Holy Trinity Anglican Church - Bacchus Marsh
Darley Neighbourhood House & Learning Centre
MARKETS Service Times - Sunday 8.30am & 10am; Cafe Church - 1st
33-35 Jonathan Drive Darley. Short courses and classes. BM & Ballan Lions Club Market Sunday 10am; Messy Church - 3rd Sunday 5pm, Wednesdays
District Photography Club - Meetings 2nd & 4th Wednesday Next market – Saturday 6 May. First Saturday each month - 10am. Balliang - 2nd Sunday 10.30am, 4th Sunday 9am.
of month, 7.30pm. Enquiries welcome. Phone 5367 4390. Inglis St, Ballan – 9am-1pm. Enquiries – 0402 390 080 (Wayne). Myrniong - 1st & 3rd Sunday 11am.
Melton South Community Centre Darley Market Enquiries 5367 5362 (office)
Term 2 Program - out now. Bookings and enquiries call 9747 Saturday 6 May, 1pm. 1st & 3rd Saturday each month at Church of the Living God
8576. Darley Park Football Reserve. Enquiries – 0488 345 145 (Alan). Christian youth ministry and bible teaching. 2nd Sunday
Ballan Farmers Market of every month, 5pm. Open to all ages. At 14 Darcy St
Next Market – Saturday 13 May, 9am-1pm. 2nd Saturday Maddingley. Enq – 0408 260 727.
MEETINGS each month, Mill Cottage car park. Enq – 0498 361 291 or 0490 Bacchus Marsh Baptist Church
Moorabool Mission Recovery Group 114 130. Sundays, 10:30am, Worship Service and Children’s Program.
Struggling with addiction; Pain from the past; family member Phone 5367 6550 for more details.
out of control? Meeting weekly - Wednesday, 12.30pm – Jean
CHURCH Our Lady Help of Christians Korobeit
Oomes Room, Lerderderg Library, Bacchus Marsh. Enq- Anglican Parish of West Moorabool Sunday Mass 11.30am (2nd & 4th Sunday of Month).
Pastor Merv Patton – 0412 290 036. Ballan, Bungaree, Morrisons and Gordon Service Times: *Commencing 6 May 2017 – Mass every Saturday 6.30pm.
Ballan Playgroup Sunday 30 April - St John’s Bungaree: 9:30 a.m. (Only service Golden Harvest Christian Fellowship
Every Tuesday of school Term. St John’s Anglican Church in the parish). Non denominational - Prayer every Sunday 10am, Men’s
Hall  - 9:30-11:30am. Enquiries - 0409 681 138 Anna or 0421 Ballan Uniting Church (St. Paul’s) KYB Monday evenings 6pm. Ladies KYB Wednesday 1pm.
905 558 Tamsin.  Services – 1st, 2nd & 3rd Sundays 11.15am. 4th Sunday 9.30am Further details – 0429 681 566.
Bacchus Marsh & District Garden Club Reflective Worship. Bacchus Marsh Life Church
Meeting 2nd Tuesday of each month, 7.30pm at The Laurels, B3 Community – Focused, family friendly church with Meeting 10am every Sunday at the BM College Drama Room,
229 Main St Bacchus Marsh. Guest Speakers. Supper after a difference. Services every 2nd & 4th Sundays at Avenue in Grant Street. Enquiries Pastor Merv - 0412 290 036.
each meeting. All Welcome. Enquiries - Wendy 5367 4170. Bowling Club, Main St, Bacchus Marsh
Ballan Anglers Inc Bacchus Marsh Christian Church
Meeting second Wednesday every month. Hudsons Hotel, Sunday Services 10am with kids program. Fusion Youth 7pm
7.30pm. More anglers and families needed and welcome – every Friday night.  222 Main St, Bacchus Marsh. Enquiries
0400 003 936. 9028 2622
Rose-Carers of Maddingley Park BALLARK & DISTRICT GUN CLUB
BALLARK & DISTRICT GUN CLUB
Working Bees every 3rd Wednesday & Sunday of each
month. All welcome. Enquiries - 0418 171 119.
Providence Village Social Club Next
Next Shoot:
Shoot: Sunday 7 May, 2017
Sunday 5th May 2013

Mini Craft / Garage Sale
Location: “BALLARK”
Proceeds
Ballanto Ballan Football Netball Club
Bacchus Marsh Family Drug Support Group
– Meredith Rd
Nominations: 10.00am
For Family Members who have a loved one affected by drugs. Saturday 29th April, 9am-1pm Event Start: 10.30am
Enquiries:
Location: “BALLARK”
Gerald Connor 0409409602
Enquiries - 1300 660 068. Ballan – Meredith Rd
At the Community Hall
Marc Canavan 0432 237 389
Proceeds to: Ballan Football & Netball Club
Alanon Support Group - for families of alcoholics. Nominations: 10.00am
Prizes, Refreshments, all money raised goes back into our community.

Meets at 10.30am on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month Griffith Street, Bacchus Marsh Come Along and Support your District & Club.
Event Start: 10.30am
at the Uniting Church Hall, Gisborne Road, Bacchus Marsh. All Welcome Enquiries: Gerald Connor 0409 409 602
Enq - 0421 222 717. James Molesworth 0402 000 450
Lal Lal Moorabool Photographic Group Inc
Craft, Bric-a-Brac, Household Items,
FREE BBQ, refreshments, prizes and giveaways
Meeting 3rd Wednesday each month, 7pm. Soldiers Memorial Candles, Sausage Sizzle, Avon, Jewellery All Welcome
Hall, Lal Lal. Enquiries 5341 7535.
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quick wit. Collect I.O.U.’s as soon as possible.
- news@themooraboolnews.com.au
LEO—July 23-August 22
Simplicity is the key. Don’t make things complicated

Stars & Puzzles
when a more simple approach will do. An aloof acquaint-
ance reveals his/her inner feelings. Expect surprises on
the weekend.
VIRGO—August 23-September 22
Significant news may be revealed in such an understand-
ing manner, you miss some of the implications. Weekend
visits to or from out-of-towners could prove unexpect-
edly delightful and expensive.
QUICK PUZZLE
★★★★★★★★
LIBRA—September 23-October 22
Appreciation from a supervisor encourages you to ex-
ceed past glories. A sagging relationship shows sure signs
of recovery. Reunions focus more on the future than on
the past.
★★★★★★★★
SCORPIO—October 23-November 21
Delays for which you are not responsible could impede
ARIES—March 21-April 20 work progress, but your love life is on a sure course. The
week sees you sharing the limelight with a friendly rival.
Humour is the current keyword. Your sense of fun gets
you over a series of work related hurdles. Digging deeply SAGITTARIUS—November 22-December 22
helps you uncover the motives of friends, family and
neighbours. A domestic difficulty eases up by the weekend, thanks to
your touches of imagination. Update your image, improv-
TAURUS—April 21-May 22 ing your physique and experimenting with a new look
Moneymaking opportunities open up by Friday. Use this that spells out self confidence.
week for seeking the best advice possible. Shopping trips
are favourable - you are at the right sales at the right CAPRICORN—December 23-January 20
times. This week marks the start of a lucky cycle, with recent
risks starting to pay off by the end of the week. The
GEMINI—May 23-June 21 weekend offers opportunities for friendship. A neighbour
The spotlight is on the new and familiar. Travelling to may pass on important personal news.
exotic spots, meeting people from foreign lands and
aquiring a novel hobby are all accented. AQUARIUS—January 21-February 19
A family member is surprisingly reserved and it is best
NO. 8992 CANCER—June 22-July 22
to stay in the background. A volunteer project may in-
ACROSS DOWN The key this week is to see projects through from start to clude a delightful encounter. A business venture could
1. Dog (6,7) 1. Rook (6) finish. Enjoy numerous opportunities for showing off benefit from further research.
8. Exhausted (5) 2. Box (5) your quick wit. Collect I.O.U.’s as soon as possible.
9. Warning (7) 3. Beg (7) PISCES—February 20-March 20
10. Missive (6) 4. Bag (4) LEO—July 23-August 22 Seek formal agreements and ask for written guarantees,
11. Tell (6) 5. Entertain (5) Simplicity is the key. Don’t make things complicated especially if money is to pass hands. You could make
12. Belief (5) 6. Copy (7) when a more simple approach will do. An aloof acquaint- large strides if dealing with large corporations. A travel
14. Keen (5) 7. Tarry (6) ance reveals his/her inner feelings. Expect surprises on idea may backfire.
18. Gear (6) 13. Sale (7) the weekend.
20. Standing (6) 15. Feeler (7) BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK
23. Neglected (7) 16. Powerful (6) VIRGO—August 23-September 22 Your body areas are the heart and the spine - and your
24. Din (5) 17. Behind (6) heart is a big one and your spine is a strong one. As well,
25. Amnesty (7,6) 19. Subsequently (5) Significant news may be revealed in such an understand-
21. Attempted (5) ing manner, you miss some of the implications. Weekend you tend to be a little pompous and a little snobish.
22. Effigy (4) visits to or from out-of-towners could prove unexpect- Idealism is accented later in the year. The year also sees
edly delightful and expensive. you enjoying improvement to your lifestyle.
CRYPTIC PUZZLE
ACROSS LIBRA—September 23-October 22
1. Calling for the rascal (6,2,5). 8. He takes the wood Appreciation from a supervisor encourages you to ex-
back again (5). 9. Laying off the rough stuff.” (7). 10.

SUDOKU
ceed past glories. A sagging relationship shows sure signs
Shouted “Are covered by a gun” (6). 11. “In view of the of recovery. Reunions focus more on the future than on
fact that ones opened ones eyes (6). 12. Say at most the past.
fifty per cent were fed (5). 14. Age about forty-nine and
not muscle-bound (5). 18. A stock holder (6). 20. Help- SCORPIO—October 23-November 21
ing the party to get back ,voting (6). 23. Reason why
you shouldn’t only cheer (7). 24. Suitable position; pleas- NUMBER
Delays for which you areGAME
not responsible could impede
ant but hard to get into (5). 25. A dislike of the dark work progress, but your love life is on a sure course. The
shades? (4,9). week sees you sharing the
ANSWER limelight with a friendly rival.
BELOW
DOWN
1. Give her a call about the fruit (6). 2. Unusual having a SAGITTARIUS—November 22-December 22
degree in music (5). 3. Are breaking up the home and
that’s serious (7). 4. Get rid of, somehow, to bring us in A domestic difficulty eases up by the weekend, thanks to
(4). 5. Caught long after in the hiding-place (5). 6. First your touches of imagination. Update your image, improv-
endorse it (7). 7. Promise to take on in a fight (6). 13. He ing your physique and experimenting with a new look
took a recent trip east (7). 15. The adult dog returns just that spells out self confidence.
about worn out (5-2). 16. Calm while the pal goes off to CAPRICORN—December 23-January 20
get the police (6). 17. Look! The river in it is rising fast!
(6). 19. A bouquet makes a romantic start (5). 21. Cold, This week marks the start of a lucky cycle, with recent
I got a fire going outside, which is permissable (5). 22. risks starting to pay off by the end of the week. The
Zone where drivers drive too fast? (4). weekend offers opportunities for friendship. A neighbour
may pass on important personal news.

SOLUTIONS - CROSSWORD NO. 8991
21, Li-C-I-t. 22, Belt. AQUARIUS—January 21-February 19
A family member is surprisingly reserved and it is best
rown-up . 16, Pla-CID. 17, Sp-eeD-y. 19, A-roma(ntic).
QUICK SOLUTIONS
to stay in the background. A volunteer project may in-
5, C-ache. 6, Initial. 7, Engage. 13, Terenc-E. 15, G-
Across - 1, Concerto. 6, Buff. 8, Shut. 9, Infernal. 10,
clude a delightful encounter. A business venture could
Down - 1, C-her-ry. 2, Rum-BA. 3, Ear-nest. 4, O-us-t.
Bream. 11, Rotate. 13, Whisky. 15, Venice. 17, Glider.
benefit from further research.
antipathy.
19, Study. 22, Cardigan. 23, Apex. 24, Idle. 25, Need-
Lariat. 20, Do-llop. 23, Con-sole. 24, Nic-H-e. 25, Deep
less. PISCES—February 20-March 20
Down - 2, Other. 3, Cutlass. 4, Ruin. 5, Off-drive. 6, Be-
Ro-are-d. 11, Seeing. 12, (mo)-St-ate. 14, Ag-IL-e. 18,
ret. 7, Frantic. 12, Hydrogen. 14, Holland. 16, Netball.
Across - 1, Career of crime. 8, Elm-er. 9, Sacking. 10, Seek formal agreements and ask for written guarantees,
18, Dodge. 20, Dress. 21, Knee.
CRYPTIC SOLUTIONS especially if money is to pass hands. You could make
17, Astern. 19, Later. 21, Tried. 22, Idol. large strides if dealing with large corporations. A travel
CRYPTIC SOLUTIONS
6, Imitate. 7, Linger. 13, Auction. 15, Antenna. 16, Strong. idea may backfire.
Across - 1, Par-taken. 6, Ty-p-e. 8, Form. 9, Sat-iated.
BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK
Down - 1, Castle. 2, Chest. 3, Entreat. 4, Sack. 5, Amuse.
10, Ed-it-h. 11, Unload. 13, C-Ray-on. 15, Tie-red. 17,
Your body areas are the heart and the spine - and your
Status. 23, Omitted. 24, Noise. 25, General pardon.
St-up-or. 19, Flick. 22, Ante-lope. 23, Rock. 24, He-ad.
25, Sergea-(pi)nt. heart is a big one and your spine is a strong one. As well,
Letter. 11, Relate. 12, Faith. 14, Eager. 18, Tackle. 20,
Down - 2, Aloud (allowed). 3, T-I-mot-hy. 4, Kiss. 5, Not- you tend to be a little pompous and a little snobish.
Across - 1, Cocker spaniel. 8, Spent. 9, Caution. 10,
quit-e. 6, Trail. 7, Pre-late. 12, E-normous. 14, Retinue Idealism is accented later in the year. The year also sees
QUICK SOLUTIONS
(anag.). 16, Enlarge. 18, P-lead. 20, C-rown. 21, P-E-
SOLUTIONS - CROSSWORD NO. 8992 you enjoying improvement to your lifestyle.
er.
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“Rocktop” Have your say
21 Acres with Panoramic Views!
on reforms
finance, significantly in-
creasing vendor costs dur-
ing the sale of land process.
Likewise, if you live in
or own one of the state’s
500,000 rental properties,
you’ll be affected by changes
to the Residential Tenancies
Act – the law that governs
arrangements between land-
lords and tenants.
This review is in its final
stages with an Options Pa-
Joseph Walton per released in early Janu-
President, Reiv ary. The REIV has significant
concerns regarding many of
180 McCormacks Road, Bacchus Marsh The Victorian Government the proposed changes to the
This property is located on top of the valley with is currently undertaking legislation with more than
panoramic views over the Werribee Vale, the township the biggest review of prop- 77 per cent of the 141 options
erty legislation in the state’s favouring tenants.
of Bacchus Marsh and as far as the eye can see to
history. If the proposed reforms
Melbourne. The comfortable home has 3 bedrooms,
This includes a focus on five were adopted, landlords
study, large kitchen a spacious open plan lounge/ would lose a number of
key pieces of legislation that
living area and an enclosed veranda to enjoy the views govern the way property is valuable rights including the
all year round. The home is serviced by a wood heater bought, sold and leased in ability to end a tenancy.
and split system air conditioner in the lounge room, Victoria. Meanwhile, tenants would
and there is a double garage with workshop space These reviews are being run gain a range of rights that
attached to the house. The 21 acres (8.4 Ha) is a mixture concurrently by Consumer will undoubtedly make resi-
of natural fauna and some clear pasture area and is an Affairs Victoria (CAV) under dential property one of the
ideal lifestyle property or investment opportunity with the umbrellas Consumer least attractive investment
Property Law Review and portfolios.
the expanding Stonehill Estate nearby. Only 4 km from Fairer Safer Housing.
the Bacchus Marsh Railway Station, Secondary College This includes the right to
The Consumer Property make non-structural modi-
and Grammar School and 5 km from the centre of town, Law Review encompasses fications to a rental property
enjoy the privacy and peacefulness where you will feel the Sale of Land Act 1962, Es- without the landlord’s con-
like you are on top of the world! tate Agents Act 1980, Own- sent, the right to keep a pet
ers Corporation Act 2006
Auction Saturday 13th May at 11.00am and Conveyancers Act 2006.
without the landlord’s con-
sent and the right to extend a
Two Options Papers in this fixed-term tenancy without
review - Sale of Land and the landlord’s consent.
Business and Estate Agents
Balanced protections for
and Conveyancers -are cur-
rently open for public con- both stakeholders are neces-
sultation until the 28th April sary to ensure an adequate
and 16th May respectively. supply of rental properties
in Victoria. If a landlord’s
While both of these Options
Papers aim to modernise security over a significant fi-
existing legislation they also nancial investment is eroded
consider changes relating to it will result in landlords
off-the-plan sales, early re- increasing rents to cover the
lease of deposits, contracts added risk to their rental
of sale and licensing and property.
conduct of agents. For more information on
The REIV strongly encour- the REIV’s key concerns
www.arbeerealestate.com.au ages property owners to pro-
vide feedback on proposed
with proposed reform of the
Residential Tenancies Act, or
reforms as the removal of to sign the petition against
140 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh 5367 2333 early release of deposits the changes, visit reiv.com.
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Bacchus Marsh 29 Lerderderg Street Bacchus Marsh Lot 3 Victoria Street Darley 1/12 Wellington Street Maddingley 5 Lodge Street Maddingley 2 Moore Street
$480,000 $220,000 $350,000 $517,100 $525,000

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Darley 21 Victoria Street Maddingley 7 Lodge Street Bacchus Marsh 4A Sydney Street Bacchus Marsh 13 Stamford Close Bacchus Marsh 33 Pinnacle Court
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Bacchus Marsh 7 Iredell Court Beremboke 9 Combridge Road Bacchus Marsh 28 McCullagh Street Darley 46 Manning Boulevard Bacchus Marsh 19 Pinnacle Court
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Prestige on Grantleigh Estate Private Sale Central Location! Private Sale
Positioned at end of quiet court is This superb vacant block of land is
this immaculately presented one- Price $579,000 ideally located to all of Bacchus Marsh’s Price $295,000-$315,000
of-a-kind home delivers exemplary Inspect Saturday 11.00–11.30am main attractions complete with current Inspect By appointment
lifestyle appeal. The interior is defined planning permit to construct 2 x 3
by faultless presentation with a resort Office 137 Main Street, bedroom units with no body corporate Office 137 Main Street,
style ambience. Located on the award Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128 fees. Land size app 760 sqm Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128
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Arbee Real Estate
FOR SALE 15 Madden Drive, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 57 Wittick Street, Bacchus Marsh
3 1 1

It’s All About Location Rare Find
The home consists of 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, good sized lounge and This charming Swenrick Cottage is a rare find indeed. Situated on a
dining area, kitchen with a meals area, and a large enclosed sunroom large 831m² block close to schools, shops & sporting facilities oozes
across the back. The lounge is serviced by a gas heater and there is a character from the moment you walk through the front door it gives
wall a/c in the kitchen. Externally there is an oversized single garage you a warm & inviting feeling, with plenty of scope to extend and add
with roller door & a nice front veranda to admire the views. your own personal touch.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $345,000 FOR SALE $299,000
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FOR SALE 72 Lerderderg Street, Bacchus Marsh AUCTION 180 McCormacks Road, Bacchus Marsh
3 1 1 3 1 2

For Those Who Dare to Dream “ROCKTOP” 20 Acres with Panoramic Views!
Just metres from St Bernard’s Church, Bacchus Marsh Primary Brick veneer Home of 3 bedrooms, study, Lounge, kitchen, bathroom,
School, Kindergarden and The Village Shopping Centre. This classic laundry, WC. Fully enclosed verandas. Double garage, sundry
weatherboard home with high ceilings and timber floors comprises 3 shedding. LAND: 8.429 Ha (20.84 acres) approx. Lifestyle block with
bedrooms, large kitchen/meals and lounge with enormous scope to a mixture of natural fauna and pasture. Stunning views across the
renovate. Sitting on 805m² block in finest location. Werribee Vale valley, Bacchus Marsh Township and beyond.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $449,000 AUCTION Saturday 13th May at 11.00am
CONTACT Peter Leonard 0429 671 990 CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157
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FOR SALE 25 Pamela Court, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 4 Leahy Street, Bacchus Marsh
4 3 2 4 2 4

Pure Luxury Throughout A Lifestyle Awaits
Real life dolls house featuring 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, double Perfectly sectioned and proportioned home on a generous 9582. Open
garage, stunning solar heated pool & spectacular uninterrupted views kitchen/meals area. 3 additional double sized bedrooms with BIRs &
across to the Lerderderg State Forest. Ducted heating & evaporative rumpus that could be a 5th bedroom or study. Ducted heating, split
cooling & situated on a generous 1 acre allotment. Dream home you system cooler & ceiling fans. Double carport, and 10.8mtr x 6.6mtr
have always wished for & an inspection will certainly impress. extra high Colorbond garage to the rear with power and side access.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $650,000 FOR SALE $460,000
CONTACT Steve Creese 0475 888 101 CONTACT Steve Creese 0475 888 101
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FOR SALE 4/7 Fisken Street, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 3/12 George Street, Bacchus Marsh
2 1 2 1 1

Great Investment or Owner/Occupier Opportunity Centrally Located 2 Bedroom Unit
Short stroll to Main Street Shopping Centre, generous lounge, This well presented unit is in a prime location just a short stroll to the
spacious kitchen and dining area, bathroom with shower and bath, Main Street shopping precinct. Featuring 2 bedrooms with built in
separate toilet, and separate laundry. Ducted heating throughout and robes, comfortable lounge, kitchen, combined bathroom and laundry
a wall a/c. Private carport, a ramp and wide steps to the front veranda, and a private courtyard.
views to the streetscape opposite, and a neat and tidy backyard.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $270,000 FOR SALE $200,000
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FOR SALE 1/1 Crook Street, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 27 Madden Drive, Bacchus Marsh
2 1 1 3 1 2

Perfectly Located Be Quick For This One
Situated in one of Bacchus Marsh’s most sought after areas given its Sought after area, well presented family home. Large lounge room
amazing location to Main Street shops. This well presented brick with gas log fire, adjoining meals area & as new galley style kitchen
veneer unit comprises 2 bedrooms, spacious living areas and offers an with quality appliances, 3 bedrooms + a study/retreat off the main
excellent garden outlook. It also boasts it’s own private side entry to a bedroom, & spacious bathroom. Gas wall furnace & ducted evap
secure lock up carport. cooling. Pergola, landscaped gardens, double garage & workshop.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $280,000 FOR SALE $439,000
CONTACT Peter Leonard 0429 671 990 CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157
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FOR SALE 3/7 Fisken Street, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 518 Myrniong-Korobeit Road, Greendale
2 1 1 4 2 6

Neat As A Pin A Lifestyle Awaits
Well located 2 bedroom unit. New floor coverings, new window Perfectly presented on approx. 3.75 acres with stunning views. 3 bedrooms
furnishings, new benchtop and sink in the kitchen and freshly painted. with study/4th bedroom & loft/attic. Open plan kitchen/dining/ living area.
Kitchen with upright stove & an adjoining spacious meals area, the Undercover entertaining area with 8 person spa. Slab heating, split system
lounge has a gas heater and a split system a/c, both bedrooms with cooling & ceiling fans. Substantial shedding, carport areas, multiple water
BIRs. Decked back veranda overlooking a large private backyard. tanks, solar panels, well fenced horse paddock, stable & dam.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $275,000 FOR SALE $849,000
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Rayner We put you first
28 DARLEY DRIVE, BACCHUS MARSH 9 HILDA STREET, BACCHUS MARSH
NEW LISTING NEW LISTING

BUILT TO PEFECTION! 4 2 2 STOP LOOKING, THIS IS THE ONE! 4 2 2
•  This home offers spacious open plan living areas & a huge outdoor area. •  4 bdrm home featuring master with ensuite & WIR, all other bdrms with BIRs. 
•  4 good size bdrms, master with ensuite & WIR, all other bedrooms offer BIRs. Private Sale: $489,000 •  Open plan kitchen/ meals & living area opens up to an alfresco & large pergola. Private Sale: $489,000
•  There are two large living areas in the house, one at the front of the home & the  Inspect: Saturday 29th April •  Entertainer’s kitchen includes SS appliances, a walk in pantry & offers loads of  Inspect: Saturday 29th April
other at the rear which is connected to the stylish modern kitchen/ meals area.  bench & cupboard space.
11.45am–12.15pm 12.30pm–1.00pm
• Picture yourself entertaining friends and family all year round under the large • Other features incl ducted heating, evaporative cooling, DLUG with rear
pergola whilst taking in the stunning mountain views. Contact: Mark Davis 0458 224 405 access, alarm system, intercom, ceiling fans & 9ft ceilings. Contact: Mark Davis 0458 224 405
• Ducted heating, DLUG, quality kitchen appliances complete with dishwasher, Email: mark.davis@raynerrealestate.com.au • Well manicured gardens, water tank, small garden shed and more! Email: mark.davis@raynerrealestate.com.au
ceiling fans, garden shed, security doors & much more. 

42 SILVERDALE DRIVE, BACCHUS MARSH 1 GLEESON COURT, BACCHUS MARSH
NEW LISTING NEW LISTING

THE COMPLETE PACKAGE NEAT LITTLE STARTER! 3 2 2
• Offering 4 large bdrms & 3 living spaces, plenty of room for the whole family. •   There are 3 large bdrms, master with WIR & ENS, BIRs to remaining 2 bdrms.  
• Huge master with large WIR & full ENS, BIRs to the remaining 3 bdrms.   Private Sale: $525,000–$545,000 •   Kitchen has loads of bench & cupboard space & is open to meals & lounge.   Private Sale: $339,000
• Enormous kitchen, walk-in-pantry, huge island bench, oodles of cupboard space. Inspect: Saturday 29th April • A fresh family bathroom, great size laundry, and ducted heating. Inspect: Saturday 29th April
• There is also a lounge, living/dining (open to the kitchen), and a kids retreat. 1.15pm–1.45pm • From the meals area, step through the sliding doors to the easy care, compact 2.00pm–2.30pm
• Step outside, to the lovely grassed backyard with low maintenance gardens, Contact: Melonie Winch 0408 675 011 backyard which has a garden shed & water tank. Contact: Melonie Winch 0408 675 011
shed & even a solar heated swimming pool.   Email: melonie@raynerrealestate.com.au • The double garage also offers drive through access to the backyard. Email: melonie@raynerrealestate.com.au
• Caesar stone benches, SS appliances, ducted heating & evaporative cooling.

8 COTTON COURT, BACCHUS MARSH 11 MIA BELLA, HOPETOUN PARK 6 RUXTON WAY, HOPETOUN PARK 7 DECKER STREET, BLACKWOOD
OPEN FOR INSPECTION OPEN FOR INSPECTION

PRIVATE COURT LOCATION ROOM TO GROW AND BREATHE DREAMS CAN BECOME REALITY THE PERFECT ESCAPE!!
• 4 generous sized bedrooms in quiet court location; •  Master his & hers WIRs & ENS with double shower &  • 4 bedroom home, master with WIR and spacious ensuite • Located in beautiful Blackwood is this perfect weekend
• Hard wood fl oor, ceiling fans, split system, wood heater; separate WC, 2 bedrms have WIRs and front has a BIR. • Huge open plan living, kitchen and meals with views escape or home.
• Double shower in Ens and WIRs in the master bedroom; • Dream kitchen with 900mm omega 5 burner freestanding • Warm country feel with an abundance of natural light • Offers 2 bedrooms, both with BIR, a good size lounge
• Large island with waterfall bench top and 5 burner oven, ceasar stone bench tops & huge walk in pantry.  • Ducted heating and evaporative cooling with a wood fi re, combined kitchen/meals & a bathroom 
freestanding stainless oven; •  The kitchen overlooks the family & dining room & a  • Decked outdoor area overlooking two horse paddocks which also has laundry facilities.
• Outdoor Alfresco decked area, maintenance free garden; separate lounge/theatre room is located off main hallway. • Stable, tack room, wash bay and high quality fencing •  Single  carport  &  large  front  deck,  a  perfect  place  to 

SOLD SOLD
• Double lock up garage + single carport with steel gate to • Corner block, two large colorbond sheds and DLUG •  Cedar cabin retreat with raised front deck and fi re pit relax and listen to the birds.
front and colorbond gates to rear, abundance of parking. which is extra wide for a workshop area & rear access. • Gorgeous property sitting on 4080m2 approx has so • Situated on a good size block, this property has
much to offer potential to add your own personal touch.
Private Sale: $535,000 Private Sale: $799,000 Private Sale: $739,000 Private Sale: $220,000
Inspect: Saturday 29th April 1.15pm- 1.45pm Inspect: Saturday 29th April 2.00pm–2.30pm Inspect: By appointment Inspect: By appointment
Contact: Marcus Rayner 0418 556 699 Contact: Marcus Rayner 0418 556 699 Contact: Mark Davis 0458 224 405 Contact: Melonie Winch 0408 675 011
Email: marcus@raynerrealestate.com.au Email: marcus@raynerrealestate.com.au Email: mark.davis@raynerrealestate.com.au Email: melonie@raynerrealestate.com.au

Marcus Julie Mark Melonie Graeme Adam Mark Rod Brendan
Rayner Archon Davis Winch Rayner Tucci Dudley Grant Rayner
0418 556 699 0422 412 964 0458 224 405 0408 675 011 0417 559 945 0411 077 128 0409 954 396 0416 231 782 0421 619 938

175 Main Street
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Rayner We put you first
11 PIKE PLACE, BACCHUS MARSH 14 HOGAN ROAD, BALLAN
NEW LISTING

SPACIOUS FAMILY HOME 4 2 2 IMPECCABLE 3 2 2
• 4 Good size bedrooms (all with robes) • 3 Bedrooms en-suite, study, 2 living areas
• Ensuite and walk in robe in main bedroom Private Sale: $489,000 • Spacious attractive kitchen with gas cooking, dishwasher and large pantry Private Sale: $455,000
• Spacious separate loungeroom, dining and family room Inspect: By appointment • Double garage with remote door and direct access into house Inspect: By appointment
• Large kitchen with Gas cooktop, wall oven and dishwasher • Gas ducted heating, 2 x Split systems
Contact: Rod Grant 0416 231 782 Contact: Rod Grant 0416 231 782
• Gas ducted heating and reverse cycle cooling/heating • Solar/gas HWS,under cover alfresco area
• Double garage with auto door Email: rod@raynerrealestate.com.au • 781 Sqm block with lovely established gardens, garden shed and water tank Email: rod@raynerrealestate.com.au
• Covered pergola, garden shed, stone retaining wall and good size backyard • Excellent condition, good location
- 846 sqm block (approx.)

9 FLACK STREET, BALLAN 63 SPENCER ROAD, BALLAN
PRICE REDUCED

FIRST TIME ON MARKET 3 1 4 BEAUTIFULLY PRESENTED 4 2 2
• Very original 1980s Brick Home • 4 bedroom (all with robes)
• 3 good sized bedrooms (all with built in robes) Private Sale: $448,000 • Ensuite and walk in robe in main bedroom Private Sale: $418,000
• Spacious kitchen with adjoining lounge room Inspect: By appointment • 2 living areas Inspect: By appointment
• Gas ducted heating • Gas ducted heating, ducted evaporative cooling
Contact: Rod Grant 0416 231 782 Contact: Rod Grant 0416 231 782
• Set on a spacious 3690m2 block • 900mm gas stove, dishwasher, island bench and pantry
• Beautiful established gardens with mature trees, fruit trees, shrubs Email: rod@raynerrealestate.com.au • Solar/gas HWS, double garage with auto door & direct access to the house Email: rod@raynerrealestate.com.au
• 4 car garage, numerous shedding, hothouse, chook yard • 600sqm block, access for a caravan or boat.
• General residential zone

7 LAY STREET, BALLAN 94 ATKINSON STREET, BALLAN 87 SHUTER AVENUE, GREENDALE LOT 1 MYRTLE GROVE ROAD, BALLAN
NEW LISTING

VERY COMFORTABLE BE SURPRISED ALPINE INSPIRED CHASE THE CHOOKS
• 3 large bedrooms (all with robes) • 2 good sized bedrooms plus study with in-built desk • 3 bedrooms, study, ensuite, 2 living areas, bathroom • 1949m2 block (Just under ½ Acre)
• Ensuite and large walk-in-robe in main bedroom • Stylish modern kitchen, bathroom with bath and shower • Double garage (with auto door & direct house access) • Impressive new fencing
• Family room onto an alfresco area, spacious dining • Laundry cupboard • Attractive kitchen with a 900mm gas stove & dishwasher • Sewerage
• Modern kitchen with gas cooktop, dishwasher, island • All new floor coverings, gas heating • Gas ducted heating, ducted evaporative cooling, ducted • Town Water
bench and pantry • Carport, garden shed and rain water tank vacuum system, solar/gas HWS • Easy walk to Town to one of our special Cafes
• Large laundry with worktop and large linen cupboard • Delightful garden • Large covered outside entertaining area with U.V. blinds, • Terms 10% deposit – Settlement 60 days or 14 days of

SOLD SOLD SOLD
• Double garage, gas ducted heating, solar/gas HWS and • Set on a 349sqm (approx.) block and with an easy walk carport, garden shed and access into the backyard the registration of Sub-division which-ever is the latter
3,300 litre rain tank to the railway station and central Ballan • 819m2 block all the lawns and gardens are established
• On a 500 sqm block
Private Sale: $399,000 Private Sale: $299,000 Private Sale: $455,000 Private Sale: $245,000
Inspect: By appointment Inspect: By appointment Inspect: By appointment Inspect: By appointment
Contact: Rod Grant 0416 231 782 Contact: Rod Grant 0416 231 782 Contact: Mark Dudley 0409 954 396 Contact: Mark Dudley 0409 954 396
Email: rod@raynerrealestate.com.au Email: rod@raynerrealestate.com.au Email: mark@raynerrealestate.com.au Email: mark@raynerrealestate.com.au

Marcus Julie Mark Melonie Graeme Adam Mark Rod Brendan
Rayner Archon Davis Winch Rayner Tucci Dudley Grant Rayner
0418 556 699 0422 412 964 0458 224 405 0408 675 011 0417 559 945 0411 077 128 0409 954 396 0416 231 782 0421 619 938

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Ballan raynerrealestate.com.au 5368 1057
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FUNERALS STONEMASON GRASS SLASHING GARAGE SALE
WILSON Saturday 29 April
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PUBLIC NOTICE WANTED TO BUY
CASH WOOL
MUSIC
Ballan Golf Club
Results - Week ending Saturday 22 April
BUYER Wednesday Stableford
Shed clean ups Winner Chris Tudor (13) 39 points, R/up Shaun O’Dea (12) 37 points.
We come to you
Piano Lessons Magpie - 14th Ian Perks (Mildura).
Fox control Contact Andrew Clarke
0409 511 739 piano & keyboard NTPs - 12th Les Martin, 15th Ken Muhlhan.
beginner guitar Saturday Stroke - Par 3 course
Moorabool AK Logistics Pty Ltd
double bass
A Grade - Winner Rick Roden 61-13-48 on c/b from Ian Bragge 65-17-48.
Management Area (Gordon)
B Grade - Winner Victor Buttigieg 72-23-49
Tim Nelson
Parks Victoria’s conservation on c/b from Lenny Kilender 70-21-49.
management includes the control of
0450 904 464
NTPs - 2nd John Fitzgerald, 9th Glen Herring, 10th Peter Di Fiore,
introduced plant and animal species.
17th John Costello.
As part of an ongoing strategy, notice is EMPLOYMENT
hereby given that Parks Victoria will be Balls 6, Cut-off 51 - Rick Roden, Ian Bragge, Victor Buttigieg, Lenny
laying buried baits and deploying Canid Killender, John Muhlhan, Rob Brown.
Pest Ejector devices containing Sodium HELLO
Monofluoroacetate (1080 poison) on NEW Results - Week ending Saturday 15 April
HELLO EXCITING
public land for the control of foxes. ROLE Wednesday Stableford
CAREER OPPORTUNITY
Baits containing 1080 poison will be set Winner Jimmy Walsh (22) 42 points, R/up Ken Muhlhan (14) 32 points.
within the Brisbane Ranges National NTPs - 12th  Lenny Killender, 15th Ken Muhlhan.
INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL CONSULTANT
Park, Lerderderg State Park and
Steiglitz Historic Park from Monday 1
helloworld Bacchus Marsh is offering an exciting opportunity to join our successful Magpie - 14th Ken Muhlhan.
and locally owned company situated in Bacchus Marsh, where a vacancy exists for
May 2017 until Monday 26 June 2017 a full time International Travel Consultant.
Saturday Stableford
1080 poison signs will be posted
The successful applicant must: (Final Jack Papworth Cup)
throughout the baited area and
members of the public who are living,
• Be a hard working team player with a strong focus on providing exceptional
customer service
A Grade winner - Damien Toohey (11) 37 points,
visiting or working in these areas are • Have a minimum 2 years travel agency product and sales experience. R/up John McLeod (5) 35 points on c/b from Shaun O’Dea.
advised to take particular care not to B Grade winner - Pat Clifford (18) 36 points on c/b from Ken Muhlhan (16).
disturb or interfere with bait stations.
C Grade winner - Jimmy Walsh (21) 37 points,
Domestic dogs and cats are particularly
R/up Ben Gilbert (25) 35 points.
susceptible to 1080 poison and should
be under effective control, muzzled or NTPs - 2nd John Ryan, 12th Shaun O’Dea, 15th Peter Clifford.
helloworld Bacchus Marsh
kept away from the baited areas. Shop 1, 137 Main St, Bacchus Marsh VIC 3340 Magpies - 14th John McLeod, 18th Rob Brown.
(03) 5367 5151 bacchusmarsh@helloworld.com.au
Balls 8, Cut-off 35 points: Ken Muhlhan, Damien Toohey, Pat Clifford,
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THE ROYAL HOTEL Wow!! What a day!
Eat. Drink. Royal. One of the most anticipated days in local Thursday Selection Night
footy and netball for a long time came A good crowd attended our dinner All Earthmoving,
with a bang and a roar on Sunday when and drinks night to witness the last
the Devils and the Cobras fought out the civil contraction
training sessions before the Devils
Light/Wheelahan Trophy in front of huge
men and women started their 2017
and concrete works.
crowds at Darley Park. The day was one No job too big or too small.
of colour and excitement with spectators campaigns. Medallion Club members
enjoying thrills and spills on both the draw was jackpotted to next Thursday All enquiries welcome.
200 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh courts and the oval. The weather was so get along for your chance to win the
Phone 0407 875 718
Phone 5367 6601 perfect for the huge crowd and made for lucky draw. Players and Officials were
a day of great sport and somber ceremony. issued with their ticket books for our
Darley Park football oval was in gala raffle this season so keep a look
spectacular condition despite the rainfall out for your chance to win…
over the past couple of days. Our thanks M&M Excavator Hire
go to Moorabool Shire Council for bringing
the surface up so well over the past month
or two.
House Sites
ANZAC weekend commemorations • Trenching • Foundations
were conducted quietly this year without
• Drainage • Industrial
Join us for High Tea Address:
191 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh
the RSL in attendance. The local Branch
veterans’ march and the ceremony in
town were being conducted at roughly the
• Commercial • Residential
at Bacchus Marsh Golf Club same time as Darley and Bacchus Marsh 13t excavator and rock breaker
Phone: (03) 5367 5700 supporters and patrons witnessed the Friday Night Sports Bar
Friday 5 May from 1.30pm - 4.00pm laying of wreaths by the Senior Football See you Friday night at the clubrooms Ph: 5367 2246 Mob: 0419 522 620
If you can’t join us this Mother’s Day, celebrate early and come and Netball Captains as the two club from about 5.30pm for a sip and a
presidents raised the Australian Flag to sigh and a chat with your mates. The
along for High Tea in our fabulous new Shade Marquee*
half-mast. Auskick kids will be at the park from
To celebrate Mothers Day... We were privileged to have the presence 6.30 to 7.30 pm so strictly no alcohol
of Federal Member for Ballarat The outside and smoking at least 20 metres
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Central Highlands Football League
Results – Round 3
Seniors
Buninyong 19.19  (133) def Dunnstown 5.6  (36)

CHFL
Beaufort 15.9  (99) def Gordon 11.8  (74)
Bungaree 12.8  (80) def Hepburn 9.13  (67)
Waubra 17.16  (118) def Daylesford 6.11  (47)

Ladder
R’wood/C’hap 12.4  (76) def Newlyn 8.5  (53)
Learmonth 38.19  (247) def Skipton 4.2  (26)
C’ham/Linton 9.19  (73) def Clunes 7.11  (53)
Springbank 15.16  (106) def Ballan 4.6  (30) Seniors
Reserves Team % PTS
Buninyong 6.7  (43) def Dunnstown 2.9  (21) 1   Springbank................ 242.74  12
Beaufort 15.11  (101) def Gordon 3.5  (23) 2   Beaufort ................... 194.71  12
Hepburn 10.13  (73) def Bungaree 9.6  (60) 3   Waubra...................... 171.43  12
Waubra 18.5  (113) def Daylesford 12.3  (75) 4   Learmonth...................264.58  8
R’wood/C’hap 14.6  (90) def Newlyn 7.13  (55) 5   Gordon........................184.31  8
Learmonth 28.18  (186) def Skipton 2.0  (12) 6   Buninyong...................181.58  8
7   Creswick.....................136.80  8
Clunes 15.7  (97) def C’ham/Linton 6.2  (38)
8   Bungaree....................123.04  8
Ballan 7.7  (49) drew Springbank 7.7  (49)
9   Clunes.........................104.46  8
Creswick 7.8  (50) def Smythesdale 3.9  (27) 10  R’wood/C’hap.............89.43   8
Under 18 11  Hepburn..................... 116.42  4
Buninyong 13.8  (86) def Dunnstown 3.1  (19) 12  C’ham/Linton............... 61.41   4
Hepburn 41.13  (259) def Bungaree 1.0  (6) 13  Daylesford...................55.69   4
Newlyn 13.15  (93) def R’woodC’hap 1.3  (9) 14  Skipton........................25.45   4
Skipton 11.5  (71) def Learmonth 4.9  (33) 15  Newlyn........................ 60.15   0
Clunes 7.15  (57) def C’ham/Linton 3.5  (23) 16  Dunnstown.................. 34.16   0
17  Ballan .........................29.03   0
Ballan 6.8  (44) def Springbank 6.3  (39)
Luke Hodge about to tackle his opposition player during the Under 18 match. 18  Smythesdale................0.00    0
Creswick 25.18  (168) def Smythesdale 4.4  (28)

Ballan Football Netball Club Under 15
Buninyong 16.15  (111) def Dunnstown 1.1  (7)
Hepburn 21.14  (140) def Bungaree 0.0  (0)
Reserves
1   Learmonth.................486.84  12
2   Creswick...................246.59  12
Round 3 v Springbank and in the dying minutes McLeod, A. Hine, R. Bon- Newlyn 17.11  (113) def R’wood/C’hap 1.2  (8) 3   Buninyong.................220.00  12
of the final quarter they gart, B. Rivett. Learmonth 11.10  (76) def Skipton 2.2  (14) 4   Hepburn.................... 151.82  12
The Blues took on old time finally took the lead with The Under 12s and 15s had 5   Clunes......................... 241.88  8
Clunes 12.11  (83) def C’ham/Linton 6.0  (36)
rivals Springbank at home Whelan getting on top in the a combined practise match 6   Beaufort .....................180.00  8
Gordon 15.12  (102) def Beaufort 4.1  (25)
with the key talking point square.   But then the Tigers with Springbank.  7   Bungaree....................106.20  8
Daylesford 7.3  (45) def Waubra 2.1  (13)
continuing to be the change drove forward and the siren 8   Waubra........................101.96  8
Creswick 11.1  (67) def Smythesdale 1.9  (15)
in the arena with the trees
removed.
went off, the  Blues players
dropped in delight but failed
Netball 9   R’wood/C’hap.............101.02  8
10  Springbank................. 111.20  6
A Grade Central Highlands Netball League
The Blues opened well and to stop the Tigers kick drift
After a slow start the team
Central Highlands Netball League 11  Ballan.......................... 97.50   6
were going goal for goal through the point post  and Results – Round 3 12  Dunnstown.................120.35  4
were trailing Springbank Results – Round 3
with their opponents in the draw the game. The one that 13  Smythesdale.............. 111.56  4
first quarter but then in the got away. by 10 goals at the end of the Club 13&U 15&U 17&U C B A 14  Newlyn........................ 70.14   0
second quarter the Tigers Final Scores - Ballan  7  7   49    first quarter. However, the Ballan 11 12 5 23 21 39 15  Daylesford...................63.72   0
girls turned it around in the Springbank 15 20 21 39 42 46
drew away; the Blues were drew   Springbank    7    7   49.   16  Gordon........................39.37   0
Bungaree 9 34 20 50 58 35
in at every contest but could second quarter and played 17  C’ham/Linton...............26.36   0
 Best - J. Downey, T. Trick- Hepburn 26 31 36 24 16 40
not match their opponent’s ey, N. Kettle, J. Bongart, D. with greater intensity and Buninyong 40 48 44 37 29 34 18  Skipton.........................9.40    0
strength in the air. Sammy Trickey, T. Bryant. pressure for the remainder Dunnstown 9 7 12 24 30 50
Hitching was again a pil- of the game. Every player Clunes 14 27 47 35 56 70 Under 18
Under 18 worked extremely hard Carngham 16 19 20 18 19 25 1   Hepburn.................. 3066.67 12
lar of strength around the
There have been some and displayed improved
Daylesford 4 36 13 24 - - 2   Beaufort.................... 841.67  12
ground along with Ash Mul- Waubra 10 16 19 34 - -
memorable clashes with consistency across the court 3   Creswick...................544.59  12
lane who never gave up in Gordon 3 36 19 21 40 15
Springbank over the last de- 4   Skipton......................376.62  12
the backline, Jack Shaw and to only trail by seven goals Beaufort 13 23 20 26 26 37
cade and this will certainly 5   Learmonth....................181.13  8
Kurzman were also tireless at the final whistle against a Smythesdale 29 16 8 4 14 20
be remembered for that. The Creswick 27 43 61 68 49 67 6   Buninyong...................148.85  8
workers at the main contests. strong Springbank outfit.
Blues looked slow and out Learmonth 19 37 36 40 53 74 7   Ballan..........................139.51  8
The Blues were not disgraced Final score - Ballan39 lost
of touch in the first half and Skipton 7 4 10 7 10 15 8   Newlyn........................134.75  8
and threw themselves at Springbank 46 Newlyn 23 21 20 20 44 34
lacked the team cohesion of 9   Springbank..................209.91  4
everything that came their earlier matches. Simon Dale B Grade Rokewood 1 22 19 28 33 32 10  Dunnstown.................123.64  4
way, but once the ball went was a shining light dashing The girls had a solid start in 11  R’wood/C’hap.............40.08   4
high and into Springbank’s around the packs and try- the first quarter, matching 12  Clunes......................... 37.98   4
forward line the Blues had ing to get things moving. Sprinkbank goal for goal. The 13  Waubra 31.58   4
a real challenge. The young Connor McLeod also did an defensive work was again 14  Smythesdale...............26.54   0
Blues attack on the ball was outstanding job in defence. a courageous effort from 15  C’ham/Linton...............16.29   0
certainly never in question. At the final break the Blues 16  Bungaree.....................8.81    0
Teagan Lourey, Amanda
Final Score - Ballan    4   6   30  were four goals down and Swanson and Samantha 17  Gordon.........................0.00    0
lost Springbank  15   16   106. looked fried but the stern Plester. Unfortunately, the 18  Daylesford....................0.00    0
Best - S. Hitchings, M. rebuke from Coach Johnny girls failed to catch up in
Snaith, J. Shaw, A. Mullane, Mullane had the desired the fast paced game and the Under 15
A. Kurzman, L. Souter. result. Corey Pascoe booted 1   Learmonth................2160.00 12
passes let them down in this
The Reserves started slowly two early goals and the Blues 2   Hepburn....................410.26  12
match.
and at the main break Bal- fired into action and in the 3   Gordon........................467.57  8
Final score – Ballan 21 lost 4   Buninyong...................402.33  8
lan had only managed one dying minutes of the game
Springbank 42 5   Clunes.........................164.39  8
goal to the Tigers’ three. It they gained the lead and
C Grade 6   Daylesford...................128.33  8
was a close contest and in were a completely different
outfit. When Taffe booted a The girls came out strong 7   Skipton........................ 122.15  8
the third quarter the Tigers
this week. Richelle, Sam and 8   Creswick......................112.14  8
drew right away from their goal in the mayhem of a con-
Brylee all worked well se- 9   Springbank...................88.64   8
opponents. Bernie Whelan gested forward the crowd
curing goals. Unfortunately, 10  Newlyn....................... 141.60  4
always looked dangerous were amazed at the turn- Springbank proved to be a 11  Beaufort .....................50.00   4
up forward but could not around. The Blues snuck stronger force. The defence 12  Smythesdale...............38.07   4
really gain a clear edge.  Ja- home but cannot afford for once again worked tirelessly 13  Dunnstown..................30.77   4
son Bongart did a superb job this to happen again when right to the final whistle. 14  Waubra........................28.03   4
in defence and Saucy had they play the top line teams. Things are starting to click 15  C’ham/Linton...............70.72   0
more than his share of the Final Score - Ballan  6   8  44  with this team. 16  Bungaree.................... 17.81   0
hard ball gets. The Blues def  Springbank   6   3  39.  Final score – Ballan 23 lost Lauren Alcock (GA) takes a shot at goal. 17  R’wood/C’hap............. 11.08   0
came home with a wet sail Best - S. Dale, L. Folly, C. Springbank 39 Photos - Jason McEgan 18  Ballan...........................0.00    0
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Round 1
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Results – Round 1 Results – Round 1
Results - Round 2 Results – Round 1
Seniors
Under 13s Open Club A B C D 19&U
Darley 13.15 (93) def Bacchus Marsh 10.14 (74) Club
East Point
A 47 B 31 C 23
D 19&U
34 17
Bacchus Marsh 1 lost Forest Rangers 12 East Point 11.18 (84) drew Ballarat 13.6 (84) East Point
Ballarat
47 31 23 34 17
Ballarat 31 31 45 45 34 34 29 2949 49
Goal - Makai La Rocca. (1) Lake Wendouree13.16 (94) def Redan 14.5 (89) Redan
Redan 37 37 27 27 26 26 24 2443 43
Reserves LakeWendouree
Lake Wendouree 42 42 44 44 25 25 24 2416 16
Under 15s Sunbury 79 79 55 28 4126 26
Darley 14.13 (97) def Bacchus Marsh 7.9 (51) Sunbury 55 28 41
Bacchus Marsh Blue 6 def Ballarat White 2 East Point 19.12 (126) def Ballarat 7.3 (45)
Melton
Melton 15 15 32 32 12 12 27 2744 44
Darley
Darley 34 34 50 50 22 22 15 1520 20
Goals - Ethan Millson (3), Kai Maytom (2), Jacob Kirwan (1) Lake Wendouree 14.11 (95) def Redan 5.7 (37) Bacchus
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Bacchus Marsh Yellow 12 def Creswick 0 Under 18.5s
Club 17&U 17&U 15&U 15&U 13&U 13&U
Gracjan Piotrowski (5), Harry Barnes (5), Bevan Reid (2) Bacchus Marsh 19.8 (122) def Darley 1.1 (7) Club 17&U 17&U 15&U 15&U 13&U 13&U
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East Point 15.12 (102) def Ballarat 8.8 (56) Lake Wendouree 43 18 34 2330 19
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Bacchus Marsh 1 lost Forest Rangers (4) Sebastopol 2 3 9 6 4 2
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Awards - Zane Colley, Riley Bankowski, Bailey Young,
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U/12 Seniors Awards - Mitch Ward, Blake Colley, Corey Beaton, Duncan
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Mount Clear 3.6 (24) def Lake Wendouree 0.0 (0) Awards - Trae Van Leth, Dylan Lorensini, Rylan Tanner,
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front blade, mud bucket, winch, 230 litre diesel tanks, heater, hot water, Toilet and cycle air cond. TV and antenna, full service book beds, 3 way fridge, microwave,
2 digging buckets, auxillary 4x12v batteries, solar panels, shower, 3 way fridge, solar crockery, cutlery, full oven, 5 gear manual and 5 door hatch. 4 burner cooktop & grill,
piping for extra attachments, double bed, stove fridge etc Panels. Air bag suspension. level rides. $18,000 or best offer. RWC, Very good condition excellent condition. Reg P67622.
3,900 hrs, excellent condition, Registered EEK884. Excellent Condition. $70.000 (Reg P23163) $6000 – $17,750. Ph Laurie 0428 325 264
$30,000 ONO Ph 0400 127 814 $28,000 – Ph 0418 387 787 Phone - 0428 689 397. Contact RON 0438 090 547. Enquiries: 0418 146 782 or 5367 2812.

Sell your Sell your Sell your Sell your
1974 VOLKSWAGON BEETLE
Superbug, 1600 L Manual, 73,000
Tractor Caravan Boat here Car here
here $50 here $50 $50 $50
kms, Suit restoration, Tyres PORTABLE CABIN
good, body straight, owned Site/office, 6x3m, lights, power

SOLD
since aug 2002 at 65,600 kms points, air con, heavy duty door.

3 months 3 months 3 months 3 months
and logbook serviced. NO RWC Bars on windows. Can organise
or Registration, Inspection delivery at owner’s cost. $6990
Welcome, Contact Connie 9399 Western Highway, East
(03) 5367 2546 PRICE $2250 ONO Ballarat. Ph: 0428860345

BALLAN PLUMBING Service & supplies of all plumbing needs Proud supporter of
155 Inglis St, Ballan Phone: 5368 1036 Fax: 5368 1510 – www.ballanplumbing.com.au all district sport!
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MORE FEATURES COVERED
GLX Features
 2.4L MIVEC Turbo Diesel Engine
 8 Speed Automatic Transmission
 Super Select II 4WD
 Power steering
 18 inch two tone alloy wheels
 LED headlamps and daytime running lamps
 Fog lamps
 Side steps
 Privacy glass
 Roof rails (silver)
 Leather bound steering wheel and gearshift
 Climate control air conditioning
 Roof mounted rear vents
 Tilt & telescopic steering column
 Electric park brake
 Cruise control
 Smart Key with One Touch Start system
 Power windows front and rear
 Steering wheel audio, phone & cruise controls
 Smartphone Link Display Audio + 7” touchscreen
 Digital Audio Broadcast (DAB) radio
 Bluetooth phone/audio streaming + voice control
 7 SRS airbags + Anti-lock Braking System (ABS)
 Active Stability Control (ASC)
 Active Traction Control (ATC)
 Trailer Stability Assist (TSA)
 Hill Start Assist (HSA) + Hill Descent Control (HDC)
 Reverse parking sensors & Reversing camera

GLS Features (additional to GLX)
 7 Seats with Foldaway 3rd Row
 Rear differential lock
 Dual zone climate control air con
 Leather seat facings
 Power driver and passenger seat
 Automatic rain sensing wipers
 Automatic dusk sensing headlamps
 Electrochromatic rear view mirror
 Cargo blind

EXCEED Features (additional to GLS)
 Ultrasonic Misacceleration Mitigation (*UMS)

4X4 STANDARD ACROSS THE RANGE
 Blind Spot Warning System (BSW)
 Forward Collision Mitigation (FCM)
 Multi Around Monitor
 8 speakers (includes 4 tweeters)

5 OR 7 MODELS AVAILABLE 


Headlamp washers
Heated front seats
Steering Wheel Camera Switch
`

NEW
2017 STRICTLY LIMITED EDITION
MODEL YEAR
TRITON TRITON GLS SPORTS EDITION 4x4
DIESEL DOUBLE CAB – PICK UP
• BLACK REAR DIFF LOCK • BLACK SPORTS BAR
• TOWBAR AND TOWBALL • BLACK REAR STEP BUMPER
• BLACK HEADLAMP & GRILLE GARNISH • BLACK NUDGE BAR
• DYNAMIC SHIELD BLACK BUMPER FINISH • TUB LINER UNDER RAIL TYPE
• UNIQUE BLACK FINISH 17” ALLOY WHEELS • TINTED BONNET PROTECTOR
• BLACK FENDER FLARES • SOFT TONNEAU COVER
IN STOCK NOW • BLACK PLATFORM SIDE STEPS • CARPET MATS
IMMEDIATE DELIVERY

FREE Fro
rom

$15,
m

990 AWAY
From

$23,
990 ADWRIAYVE
From

$16,
990 ADWRIVAYE
AUTO
DRIVE ** *
*

`
FREE AUTO UPGRADE FREE AUTO UPGRADE FREE AUTO UPGRADE

UPGRADE ON TOP SELLING MODELS

WITH SAT NAV WITH SAT NAV

WITH APPLE CARPLAY® WITH APPLE CARPLAY®

Limited offers, while stocks last. These offers are only available at participating Suzuki automobile dealers. Private buyers only. Vehicles must be purchased between 18/4/17 and 23/4/17 and delivered by
30/4/17 to be eligible for these offers. *Premium metallic paint $500 extra. **Premium metallic paint $500 extra. Premium two-tone paint $1,250 extra. Apple CarPlay® is a registered trademark of Apple Inc.

Ballarat Friendly,
competitive,
345 Learmonth Rd. Wendouree
03 5338 4000 kingscars.com.au LMCT9931
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BE W HE
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W HURRY...LIM
ITED STOCK!

$57,990 DRIVE
$38,990 DRIVE
FROM

FROM
AWAY^ AWAY^
$33,157 DRIVE
FROM

Kluger 2WD GXL, 2017 AWAY^ RAV4 GXL 2WD Petrol, Sat nav,
Leather trim Sat Nav. stock C-HR FWD Petrol Standard, In Smart Key, stock #8006597
stock NOW, stock# 8082627

GREAT GREAT GREAT
DEAL DEAL DEAL

$23,990 DRIVE
AWAY^ $17,990 DRIVE
AWAY^ $37,629 DRIVE
AWAY^
Corolla Ascent Sport Hatch Yaris Ascent Hatch C-HR FWD Petrol Koba
Ascent Sport, 1.8l Auto Yaris 2017, Reverse camera, Bluetooth, In Stock in 1 Week, Stock#8064477

GREAT GREAT GREAT
DEAL DEAL DEAL

$23,990 DRIVE
AWAY^ $34,990 DRIVE
AWAY^ $75,490 DRIVE
AWAY^
HiLux sCab 4x2 WM 86 GT Prado Altitude SE Diesel
With Alloy Tray GT 86 2016, Auto, stock#7594879 Altitude Model 2017, Limited stock

MN0988G1

GREAT DEALS ON NOW
2016 Plate Clarence 60+ used cars on site
2016/2017 Demo sale 0% Finance on Camry/Aurion,

Melton Toyota
143-147 High Street,
Melton
T 03 8746 0300
LMCT 1976

meltontoyota.com.au

[A5] Recommended drive away pricing includes metallic paint and is applicable for Private, Bronze and Silver fleet customers, and primary producers only at participating dealers. Offer available on vehicles produced October 2016 to April 2017 and purchased
by 30/04/2017 unless offer extended. *0% comparison rate available to approved personal applicants and a 0% annual percentage rate is available to approved business applicants of Toyota Finance to finance eligible Camry Petrol and Aurion vehicles.
Excludes Camry Hybrid. Finance applications must be received and approved between 01/03/2017 and 30/04/2017. Maximum finance term of 48 months applies. Terms, conditions, fees and charges apply. Toyota Finance reserves the right to change, extend
or withdraw an offer at any time. Comparison rate based on a 5 year secured consumer fixed rate loan of $30,000. WARNING: This comparison rate is true only for the examples given and may not include all fees and charges. Different terms, fees or other loan
amounts might result in a different comparison rate. Toyota Finance is a division of Toyota Finance Australia Limited ABN 48 002 435 181, AFSL and Australian Credit Licence 392536.
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Bacchus Marsh

Flooring CENTRE
AUSTRALIAN SPECIES
LAST FEW PALLETS …
One-Strip engineered Timber Flooring
N.S.W. Spotted Gum 190 metres
Tasmanian Oak 120 metres
Coastal Black Butt 195 metres
Sydney Blue Gum 115 metres
Pre-finished low scratch surface
4 sided click-lock system
25 year surface warranty
Lifetime structural warranty

Was $95 per square metre + $25 install

NOW $59 INCLUDING UNDERLAY
115 Main Street Bacchus Marsh
Open Mon-Fri 9am-5pm, Sat 9am-1pm
PH 5367 8422

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