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Acting CFA Chief Officer Alen Slijepcevic, Member for Buninyong Geoff Howard, Emergency Services Minister James Merlino and Emergency Management Commissioner Craig Lapsley at the announcement

Jobs and growth
of the new $31m CFA training site for Ballan. Photo – Helen Tatchell

By Kate Taylor pads, as well as firefighting props and specialist Council CEO Rob Croxford told the Moorabool News
training capability. that regular planning approvals would still have to be
The state government has bought land near Ballan It will provide trainees with real life simulations of the sought for the project.
upon which it will build the replacement of the Fiskville emergency situations they may face on the front-line. “We will work with the CFA through it’s design and
Training Academy. Member for Buninyong Geoff Howard said that planning process. Permits will be sought as required,”
The $31 million Victorian Emergency Management construction is set to begin early next year, with the Mr Croxford said.
Training Centre will be built near Ingliston Road, with consultation and design phase set to begin immediately. “It’s very early stages but we are very pleased with the
the figure including the land purchase. “Not only is this great news for the CFA volunteers announcement. Council advocated for this site, which
Emergency Management Commissioner Craig and career firefighters it will provide a huge boost for will keep a CFA presence in Ballan and create local jobs
Lapsley, Acting CFA Chief Officer Alen Slijepcevic, and the Ballan region,” Mr Howard said. for the community.”
Emergency Services Minister James Merlino visited the “The $31 million facility will provide direct jobs Central Ward Councillor Paul Tatchell welcomed the
site last week to make the announcement. during and after construction as well as providing investment in the region.
The land is 35Ha, and was bought for an undisclosed opportunities for local businesses to grow as CFA and And he added a suggestion for the use of the old
amount – the centre will be an environmentally safe other emergency service crews come to train at the Fiskville site, once it is cleaned up.
facility featuring hot fire and multi-purpose training site.”  (continued page 4)

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A mural created by Bacchus Marsh PS students in 2014,
adorns the signal box, adding a welcome splash of colour.

Society disappointed
Disappointment is the signal being expressed by
Bacchus Marsh Historical Society after news of a
pending demolition of the signal box at Bacchus Marsh
train station.
John Couper is on the Executive Committee of the society
and said members would be very disappointed to see the
removal of the signal box from the station complex.
Although not classified the signal box goes hand in hand
with the station.
“It enhances the general character of the area, and
complements the adjoining Maddingley Park,” Mr Couper
said.
The century old signal box at Bacchus Marsh train station will be demolished. Photos – Helen Tatchell “The precinct represents a fast diminishing era of rail

Neglect leads to demolition
use in Victoria, and in particular Bacchus Marsh. The
modernisation of the system, is seeing refurbishment
of once iconic stations, together with the removal of
redundant infrastructure, and as such is bringing about
By Jessica Howard “Both reports deemed “The signal box is not salvage parts of the signal the demise of that rail travel charm.”
the signal box structurally heritage listed, but there is box, such as the points Mr Couper said the buildings are representative of
Bacchus Marsh residents a council overlay across the Government/Public Works designed and built structures
unsound and recommended levers”.
will soon say goodbye to the site, which is why we have of the time and well built by quality trades people.
it be removed,” she said. The signal box is a two-
town’s century-old signal been working closely with “The signal box and adjoining turntable indicates the role
“The engineer’s report state storey timber building that the Bacchus Marsh complex played in the overall rail
box. Moorabool Shire as part of
white ants as the main cause operates with hard signals system.”
The traditional box, located the process.
of damage to the box. We on the train line. The main The signal box is not unique throughout Victoria with Mr
at the Bacchus Marsh train “V/Line recognises the
have been working closely line stopping at Bacchus Couper saying the proposed demolition indicates that the
station, dates back to 1890 importance of the signal box intention is to remove the infrastructure no longer required
with the Moorabool Shire Marsh station was originally
and has been deemed to the community, but safety to run the system.
unsound by a public about the report findings between Melbourne and
is our number one priority “Do we wait until the last one is left standing to voice our
transport engineer. and are now in the process of Adelaide.
and we will continue to opposition?
completing a council permit monitor the building and Ms Jordan said V/Line
V/Line spokesperson Ebony “Members of the society will be discussing ways we may
Jordan said the engineer for its removal”. site. We are also working would inform the Bacchus be able to assist to enable the retention of the signal box.
report was completed last Ms Jordan said Heritage with VicTrack and Telecom Marsh community of its “We will be certainly seeking the advice and opinions
year, with a follow up report Victoria had also been around the removal of the plans over the next few of the many train enthusiasts in the area,” Mr Couper
conducted a couple of weeks contacted in regards to the signal box equipment and months, with the removal concluded.
ago. removal plans. where possible, will look to scheduled for later this year.

New depot to cost millions
By Kate Taylor “We are borrowing $1m for a depot… what needs we have re operating, staff etc… we that ‘$4.5 million for a depot site is a very
are we actually borrowing, and what is it will try and limit the cost, it will be what we loose figure.’
It was a line item in council’s draft budget… actually for?” asked Central Ward Councillor budgeted versus what the cost is,” the officer The Draft Council Plan and Draft Budget
but more than $1.5 million for a new depot is Paul Tatchell at the May council meeting. told the meeting. is now available for public comment until
set to turn into a lot more. 6 June. For opportunities on how to have
A council officer told the meeting that “So we don’t know what it is going to cost?”
your say, go to www.moorabool.vic.gov.
The proposed draft budget, currently out design funding for the project had been Cr Tatchell asked.
au/consultations or pick up hard copies of
for public consultation, included $1.5 million allocated in the previous budget The officer replied that a long-term forecast the documents at Council’s service centres
in the capital works budget for a new council “We’ve only got a layout at this stage… with for the cost is $3 million, adding that the in Ballan, Darley and Lerderderg Library,
depot. the design process, we will work out what figure is below what it could have been, and Bacchus Marsh.

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No license, theft and
Plans for Fiskville (From page 1) unregistered vehicle
“I’d like to see Australian her license was disqualified
By Jessica Howard
Motorsport go there, it’s big and had recently purchased
enough, and if they’re going A female fuel thief who the ford sedan with the be-
to turn Sandown racetrack stole from a Ballan service lief that it was registered for
into housing or whatever station was disqualified another six-months.
they’re using it for, this place from driving at the time, a In reference to the theft, she
is ideal for it,” Cr Tatchell court has heard. said she “drove off without
said. Julie Panico appeared in the thinking”.
He noted that Ballan isn’t Bacchus Marsh Magistrates’ Panico told the court that
too far out of Melbourne. Court on Friday (May 12) at the time of offending, she
“People who go to racing… charged with theft, driving was living in Mt Egerton
while disqualified and driv- and was suffering from de-
well, they normally drive.
ing an unregistered vehicle. pression caused by domestic
There’s some great opportu-
The court heard that the violence.
nities there if people can get
47-year-old lost her license She said she had since
over themselves, and $100
for six-months following a moved to another town and
million invested into the drink driving charge in May was attempting to obtain
area would put a smile on last year. employment in traffic and
some people’s faces.” Four-months after the dis- roadwork management.
Ballan Fire Brigade Member qualification, on September “I have spent the last three
Ian Ireland also welcomed 19, the accused entered the months turning my life
the announcement. east bound BP service station around,” she said.
“I’m pleased that we re- in Ballan, where she filled Magistrate Mark Strapt-
tained the site in Ballan, it her unregistered ford sedan mann said the offending
gives an opportunity to have with $38 worth of petrol be- was “very serious”.
another industry,” he said. fore fleeing the premises. “You have driven with a
But the area is still going to Police prosecutor, Leading disqualified license on two
Acting CFA Chief Officer Alen Slijepcevic, Emergency Services Minister James Merlino, Senior Constable Lisa Sch-
be short 60-odd jobs, with Emergency Management Commissioner Craig Lapsley and Member for Buninyong Geoff occasions in just one week….
oemaker said CCTV footage That, and the theft, both con-
just two permanent posi- Howard inspect the frontage of the new site near the Ballan Industrial Estate.
of the theft was obtained by stitute as serious offending,”
tions set to be required at the Photo – Helen Tatchell
police. he said.
new centre.
And the former site of they made their decision on. aren’t they releasing that She said the week that fol- “If you come back before
“As far as economic value to lowed saw the accused drive
Fiskville has not been Since then there has been documentation? the court, you will not only
the town, there’ll probably the unregistered vehicle in
forgotten. cross-checked testing on lose your license and poten-
be catering and that sort of “Fiskville is a locality, it ap- Ballan on two occasions. tial job opportunities, but
thing, it will be beneficial, “The other disappointing that property that have nev-
pears in the postcode book, The first occurred on Sep- you could go to jail”.
but because it won’t be an part is, they keep pound- er been produced to let peo-
and these people need to tember 22 and the second on Panico was convicted and
overnight place there’ll be ing on about the toxicity of ple know how toxic it is - yet September 27, where the ac-
know what the current situ- fined $800, and was ordered
no accommodation therefore Fiskville – but the inquiry this government continues cused was arrested outside to a six-month commu-
it’s not going to create any was all about documenta- to tell people how toxic it is. ation is of Fiskville, because the Ballan IGA supermarket. nity corrections order with
positions like the ones that tion for testing up to the “We would like to know they need to know the The court heard that Panico 80-hours of community
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Long list of theft ends in jail MOOR

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By Jessica Howard The court heard police un- number scratched off. March 10 this year.
covered an $8,000 stolen re- Taylor was arrested and The court heard Taylor re-
The Ballan man who was cord collection from Taylor’s subsequently granted bail, quested a medical appoint-
found with hundreds of property on July 25 last year, however on October 27, he ment at the Ballarat Base
thousands of dollars’ worth after his house was repos- was located at a campsite Hospital the following day
of stolen items has been sessed by the bank. near Bungal with a stolen due to alleged chest pain.
jailed for nine months. Two weeks later, police ob- caravan, quad bike and more Upon leaving the hospital,
Shaun Taylor appeared in served the father-of-three than $30,000 worth of items Taylor attempted to flee po-
the Ballarat Magistrates’ driving a stolen car, which, believed to have been stolen lice, however, after a short Lim
Court on Tuesday (May 16), upon inspection, was found from a property in Elaine. chase he fell over and was
Win
where he pleaded guilty to a to have a number of illegal At the time of offending, subsequently arrested.
Magistrate Ronald Saines 10%
string of offences including items inside including fire- Taylor was on a community
handling stolen goods, deal- arm ammunition, a stolen corrections order for a string said the offending was ent
ing with proceeds of crime chainsaw and a double bar- of driving offences. He was serious, persistent and End
premeditated.

Record haul
and firearm possession. rel shotgun with the serial remanded in custody on
“You were initially granted See
bail, however you used the diffe
opportunity to commit fur- By Jessica Howard I like dancing and singing – have been returned”. with
that’s all we did in the 60s”.

WELCOME NATHAN WHITE
ther serious offences,” he A local music lover has The investigation
The music lover said he was
into still in disbelief.
furni
said. been reunited with his the theft is still ongoing,
“When I found out, I just Blind
extensive vinyl collection however Ballan Police Senior
could not believe it. There
“Regardless of whether it three months after it was Constable Mark Dunne said
were about three tonnes
snatched from a property the collection was very
was you who stole the items, near Ingliston. recognisable.
worth of records, I picked up Call
two ute loads and there was
Elders Financial Planning the offending is still most The owner, who The
Moorabool News
“When recovered,
has collection was recognised
the still some left”.
serious. Even if you didn’t chosen not to name, said as one from a prior burglary “I would like to thank the
Ballarat would like to [steal], you chose to handle the collection was valued at that occurred a few months’ Ballan Police very much for
July
around he$8,000.
was homeless…. back. We hedid some lesschecks
94 days’ pre-sentence
their alertness; Mark Dunne
the stolen goods, which is
welcome Nathan White much more serious than the
“I felt empty, it’s hard to and the owner confirmed went down and saw them at
made
explain. bad
About 75decisions
per cent they detention,
forwerefi-his items,” withand
he said. a house anhe18-month
just clicked.

nancial gain, however
of my collection was taken, “Having community
his ex-amount of I’m over the moon”.
corrections or-
to our advice team. actual theft as it facilitates I’d lost a part of my life,” he records, that we knew
time
said. in custody has allowed were of value, stuckder intothe
Anyone with information
follow.
regarding the theft is urged * Ment
the industry that distributes “I’d been collecting for memory. The investigation to contact Crime Stoppers on
him to think and under- He was also fined
000. $1000 and
app
Nathan will be providing stolen goods”. about 48 years. I enjoy music, is still ongoing and
stand the seriousness of the
the items 1800 333
disqualified from driving
Taylor’s defence stated that
tailored Financial Advice the accused suffered from offending”. for six months.

to new and existing clients post-traumatic stress disor-
THE DIFFERENCE I
Magistrate Saines said he
believed Taylor was capable
Magistrate Saines said if
not for his guilty plea, Taylor

SCENIC
der and was not a risk to the
in the following areas: community. of living a life without crime. would have faced 12 months
She said Taylor had been a “You are better than this in jail.
• Superannuation single father since 2009, and and you should have the mo- In a separate matter, Taylor
• Investment had struggled financially tivation to teach your kids to is alleged to have stolen a
after being forced to quit his be better than this, too,” he television and doona cover
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• Centrelink three sons. Taylor was sentenced to February. He will plead not
“After losing his home in nine months’ imprisonment, guilty to theft on June 15.
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Repeat drink driver
escapes jail
By Jessica Howard in 2010, where he returned a
positive reading of 0.239 per
A man who blew two-and- cent.
a-half times over the legal The other offences occurred
limit has been charged with in 1991 and 1996.
his fourth drink driving Magistrate Robinson
offence. said the accused was an
Grant Pine pleaded guilty “unacceptable risk to the
to exceeding the prescribed community”.
concentration of alcohol “None of these [blood al-
(PCA) while driving, in the cohol] readings can be de-
Bacchus Marsh Magistrates’ scribed as low level... there
Court on Friday (May 19). may be five to seven-years
The court heard police were between each offence, but
conducting routine duties they are enough to kill
on the evening of Novem- someone.
ber 20 last year when they “As a fourth time offender I
intercepted the 49-year-old should be considering jail”.
in Merrimu, near Bacchus
Marsh. Ms Toong told the court the
breath test was conducted
Old photos at the Lion Park with Darcy’s father, known as Prenda, at 17-years-old. Photos - submitted A breath test returned a “at random” and that there
positive reading of 0.207 per

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was “nothing unusual”
cent.
about Pine’s driving at the
Pine allegedly told police time of the offence.
he had consumed four or
five full strength beers - a “To his credit, he was not
statement Magistrate Greg- driving dangerously”.
By Jessica Howard the rise and fall of the old lion park was a fascinating had already received an Ms Toong said her client
ory Robinson referred to as
drive-in safari park. part of time that needed to overwhelming amount of “unbelievable”. had been diagnosed with
An escaped water buffalo He said his father, known as be preserved. information, he was always Pines’ solicitor, Vicki depression and anxiety in
running down the Western Prenda, worked at the park “Through some of Dad’s looking for more. Toong, said at the time of 2013 following the loss of
(Ballarat) Highway and a the offence, her client was on four close family members.
when he was 17-years-old. old networks, I’ve been able “I want to get in contact
two-year-old mauled by a his way to work and did not She said he had since
“Dad had some pretty god- to get in contact with old with anyone in possession of sought professional help
lion are just some of the ru- believe he was over the legal
damn wild stories from that patrons and employees and old video footage that may limit. and had undertaken drug
mours surrounding the old time, which is what led me it is phenomenal to think of and alcohol rehabilitation in
have been taken whist visit- “He consumed them [the
Bacchus Marsh Lion Park. to investigating the possibil- the stories that transpired in four or five full strength Queensland and Geelong.
ing there, that is now hiding
The old tourist attraction ity of creating a narrative. only a decade. beers] before he left for work, “He is already on the path
under their bed or stashed in but had also been drinking of rehabilitation... he now
thrived in the 1970s, but cur- “The idea of actually driv- “The tales are predomi-
rent information is limited. the shed. throughout the day,” she knows what triggers him to
ing through a safari park nately about mauling’s and said. drink and has learnt valu-
Fortunately, a previous Bac- near death or death experi- “The lion park is a jewel in
only really existed in a small “He was driving to his able self care skills”.
chus Marsh resident and pocket of time and due to ences, but there are also a lot the crown of Bacchus Marsh
night shift, which he had Pine was ordered to an
award winning filmmaker is legislative changes and wel- of interesting stories about history and it deserves to be only just started and was not 18-month community cor-
set to put any uncertainties fare services, the seven or the staff and how they came preserved”. dealing with the pressures rections order, with condi-
at bay. eight drive-in parks that ex- to be working at such a place Anyone with information of the new job”. tions including 100-hours of
The court heard Pine had community work.
Darcy Prendergast is em- isted sort of fell by the waste or what they did on a daily or footage is encouraged to
previously been charged His drivers license was can-
barking on a new documen- side” basis”. contact Darcy Prendergast with three drink-driving of- celled for 40-months, effec-
tary project that will look at Prendergast said the old Prendergast said while he on darcy@ohyeahwow.com. fences, including an incident tive from the time of offence.

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Rating structure
remains
By Kate Taylor

A motion on council rates charges has passed… but not
without discussion about farmers.
With the state government moving to make valuations
annual, instead of the current bi-annual arrangement,
councillors took the opportunity to debate lower rates for
farmers at the May 3 council meeting.
A motion to retain council’s current rating structure was
recommended in a report tabled at the meeting.
Councillor Tatchell sparked debate by objecting to the
motion, with East Ward Councillor Jarrod Bingham adding
that he is from a long line of farmers, and West Ward
Councillor Tom Sullivan also agreeing that the categories
Photo caption - St Bernard’s PS students take a ride on the newly restored Lion Club train with Lion Terry Sytema driving. should be revised.
Photo – Jessica Howard
“I have been consistent with my views on this, it’s difficult

All aboard the Lions Train to swallow under a ‘fair go’ rate system. If we don’t do
something, there will be a point in time where the back will
be broken,” Cr Tatchell told the meeting.
East Ward Councillor John Keogh also argued his point.
By Jessica Howard “It was quite old at that the ground up, with a new starting and away we go”.
point, so we decided that motor and 20-seater trailer. Mr Fletcher said the “If we take it from one area we have to replace it from
Squeals of delight echoed it would no longer be put “It’s been a lot of work. The new train was based on a somewhere else, if we lower the farm rate, we have to lift up
around town on Thursday to use, but people said that whole thing has been re- 1954 VW Beetle that was the residential rate,” Cr Keogh said.

as the Bacchus Marsh Lions that wasn’t good enough. worked and re-wired so it converted to the original Debate continued, with councillors arguing over higher
Club train was put to use “We decided to rebuild, but is up to occupational health Lions train back in 1975. rates for extractive industry, wind farms, and supporting
for the first time in over we needed help and we were and safety standards,” he He said the rebuild cost was potato farmers who supply McCain’s, which has recently cut
12-months. lucky enough to get a lot of said. in the vicinity of $17,500. production.
The old train was created really generous donations. “Unlike the old train, the “Terry [Sytema] has been At the vote on the motion, Woodlands Ward Councillor Pat
in the mid-1970s and was When people heard that we carriages are enclosed with the real driving force Toohey called a division.
a major fundraiser for the were doing it up, they were hinged doors to secure the behind getting up and Voting in favour of the motion were councillors Jarrod
community club at school really interested in helping passengers. All members running again and I think a
Bingham and John Keogh.
and church fetes, and other out as they remember riding of the club who operate lot of children will get quite
public events. the train at some point in a bit of enjoyment out of it”. Voting against the motion were councillors Pat Toohey, Tom
the train have to undergo
Bacchus Marsh Lion, Len their life”. occupational health and Sullivan, and Paul Tatchell.
Donations and a Moorabool
Murfitt said the original Bacchus Marsh Lion, safety practices …. So it Shire Council grant were Mayor David Edwards voted in favour, passing the motion.
train retired in April last Ralph Fletcher said the is a far cry from the good contributors to the cost of Cr. Tonia Dudzik was an apology and not present at the
year. train was refurbished from old days of just getting in, the rebuild. meeting.

Moorabool Shire Council
NOTICE OF ORDINARY MEETING OF COUNCIL PLANNING AND ENVIRONMENT ACT 1987
The next Ordinary Meeting of Council will be held Wednesday 7 June, 2017 at the MOORABOOL PLANNING SCHEME Notice of preparation of an amendment
Bungaree Community Centre, Bungaree, commencing at 5.00pm. Amendment C78
Members of the public are most welcome to attend. The Moorabool Shire Council has prepared Amendment C78 to the Moorabool Planning Scheme.
The amendment affects all small towns and settlements within the Shire.
EMPLOYMENT The amendment proposes to update the Municipal Strategic Statement within the Moorabool
Council invites applications for the existing vacancy: Planning Scheme to insert the key recommendations of the Moorabool Small Towns and
Youth Development Officer – Part-Time position – Applications close 26 May 2017 Settlements Strategy.
Payroll Administrator – Part-Time Position 4 days per week - Applications close 26 May 2017 The amendment affects the following Clauses of the Moorabool Planning Scheme: 21.01
Team Leader Civil Maintenance – Full Time – Applications close 26 May 2017 (Municipal Context), 21.02 (Natural Environment), 21.03 (Settlement and Housing), 21.09 (Small
Asset Systems Officer – Full Time – Applications close 26 May 2017 Towns and Settlements) and Clause 21.11 (Reference Documents).
Coordinator Community & Recreational Development – Permanent Full Time You may inspect the amendment, any documents that support the amendment and the
Position - Applications close Friday 2 June 2017 explanatory report about the amendment, free of charge, at the following locations:
Community Development & Planning Officer – Permanent Full-Time position – • during office hours, at the office of the planning authority, Moorabool Shire Council:
Applications close Friday 2 June 2017 – 15 Stead Street, Ballan
All details available from the website: www.moorabool.vic.gov.au – Lerderderg Library - Customer Service, 215 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh
– Darley Civic and Community Hub, 182 Halletts Way, Darley
• at the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning website:
EXPRESSION OF INTEREST: BMRRRC www.delwp.vic.gov.au/public-inspection.
Bacchus Marsh Racecourse and Recreation Reserve Committee of Council officers will also be available to answer questions at two drop in sessions at the Wallace
Management - Chairperson (volunteer position – up to two years) Hall, cnr of Butter Factory and Westcotts Road in Wallace. These drop in sessions will occur on:
Council is seeking expressions of interest from community members to undertake the Monday June 5, 2017 between 4pm and 6pm.
independent chairperson role for the Bacchus Marsh Racecourse and Recreation Reserve Tuesday June 6, 2017 between 4pm and 6pm.
Committee of Management. This appointment will be for a period of up to two years.
Any person who may be affected by the amendment may make a submission to the planning
The Chairperson is responsible for leading the Reserve Committee of Management including authority about the amendment. Please ensure a reference to “Amendment C78” is in the title
the allocation and management of reserve usage, providing strategic direction for reserve of your submission. The closing date for submissions is June 25, 2017.
maintenance and development, and is the key liaison with Council.
A submission can be made:
Expressions of interest must be submitted to Council no later than 5.00pm on Tuesday
1.Via email to info@moorabool.vic.gov.au
30 May, 2017 outlining applicant interest, skills and relevant experience, as outlined in the
position specification. 2.Via post to: Moorabool Shire Council
PO Box 18 BALLAN VIC 3342
A ‘position description’ for the Chairperson role and the applicable “Appointments and
Delegations Policy” can be found on Council’s website www.moorabool.vic.gov.au. ANDREW GOODSELL
For further information please contact the Recreation and Planning Development Officer at Manager, Strategic and Sustainable Development
Moorabool Shire Council on 5366 7100. Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning

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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Dear Editor, also revealed that the new and sensationalist media within and between career the lives of so many of us as
Labor has finally an- facility will have nowhere outlets but nobody has been (1)
and volunteer firefighters Each
he publisher
acted as friend, must
helper,publis
nounced they have secured near the capacity that able to articulate why or how causing fear and confusion mentor and adviser: always, webs
controls and on each
the land for a new CFA train- this will be the case or pro- within the community. with
ing facility in Ballan, some
Fiskville facility had.
vide evidence to support it. (2) The honesty;
content always
and with a
format of t
If I was a cynic, I might sense of fun; always with a
There will be no accom- Council. The notice is to be
782 days after the closure of The facts of the matter are suggest that 60,000 vol-
modation on the new site, Dear Editor, generous heart.
the CFA Fiskville facility. that the State of Victoria unteer votes may be their to the editor or the home pa
meaning long days, and I would like to respond to We offer our condolences to
In having taken over two has changed. Urban sprawl motivation. Executive Director of the C
many hours behind the the letters in your paper last his widow June, to his chil-
years to secure this site, has outgrown metropoli- Glenn Veal
week (MN 16 May) from MPs dren Sue, Richard, Chris-
enormous hardship has wheel for the many volun- tan areas, regional towns Bacchus Marsh topher and Neville and to
fallen on the community of teers from all across the state Joshua Morris and Simon and centres have swelled
Ramsay. Unfortunately the his son-in-law Matt and
in population and indus-
Ballan. The loss of 70 jobs who will train at the facility.
state’s fire services have be-
2. Form and contentChristine,
daughters-in-law determin
directly from Fiskville had The new facility also won’t trial infrastructure. These
come a political points scor- Heather and Sandra and
had a significant economic areas require and deserve a
be the base for recruit fire- their families.
impact upon not just Bal- ing exercise with statements 24/7-career fire service. [Name of publication] is boun
fighter training. Wayne
lan, but also the broader made without any basis in The volunteer brigades in theWeaire
Standards may have been
community. The failure of the Andrews fact. These politicians have Dear Editor, Chiefemail
Executive Officer
(info@presscouncil.org
my area will continue to do
After taking over two years government to secure this been supported by certain great work in keeping their The Board and staff at Bal- http://www.presscouncil.org.a
Ballan District Health &
to find this site, it will be a land in a timely manner and sections of the media stir- communities safe without lan District Health & Care Care
further three years until the build a facility of the scale ring up fear within the com- any reductions in their num- and the Members of the Bal-
facility is operational. This of Fiskville to train our CFA munity, including our valu- bers or responsibilities. Vol- lan Hospital Auxiliary re-
means our CFA volunteers able volunteer firefighters. unteer CFA brigades such as ceived the news of the death
volunteers is just another ex-
will have been without a I refer to the statements Bacchus Marsh, Gisborne, of Roy Huggins with great
ample of how metro-centric
facility at which to train for made by both Mr Morris and Ballan and those in other sadness.
and out of touch with re-
five years. At a time when Mr Ramsay which intimated rural areas within the State Roy had a 25-year-long rela- The Moorabool
[Name News is bound
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gional Victoria this govern- tionship with Ballan District by
isthe bound
Standards ofbyPractice of
the
the Andrews Labor Gov- that any restructuring of the will continue to protect the
ernment and the UFU is at- ment is. fire service would lead to community as normal with- Health & Care, volunteering the Australian Press
Standards Council. If
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of believe
thethe Standards
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tacking volunteers to grab Joshua Morris MP the devaluing and lessening out any change. in the garden and working
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If you
control of the CFA, this has Member Western Victoria of CFA volunteer numbers The ill informed and mis- in the opportunity shop approach
believethe thenewspaper
Standards itself
been another blow to our which in turn will lead to a chievous comments of the and also as a member of the or contact the Council by email
may have been
dedicated volunteer fire- threat to community safety above mentioned politicians Board of Governance (1996- (info@presscouncil.org.au)
breached, you may
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approach the
risk. This has been a com- Ballan Hospital Auxiliary. For further information see
Having finally made this well as certain media outlets, newspaper itself or
www.presscouncil.org.au.
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Moorabool Mission Recovery Group CHURCH Maddingley. Enq – 0408 260 727.
Struggling with addiction; Pain from the past; family member
Anglican Parish of West Moorabool Bacchus Marsh Baptist Church
out of control? Meeting weekly - Wednesday, 12.30pm – Jean
Ballan, Bungaree, Morrisons and Gordon. Service Times – Sundays, 10:30am, Worship Service and Children’s Program.
Oomes Room, Lerderderg Library, Bacchus Marsh. Enq-
Sunday 28 May - St John’s Bungaree, 9am; St John’s Ballan, Phone 5367 6550 for more details.
Pastor Merv Patton – 0412 290 036.
11am; St Mark’s in the pub Gordon, 5pm. Our Lady Help of Christians Korobeit
Ballan Playgroup
Catholic Parish of Gordon Mass every Saturday 6.30pm.
Every Tuesday of school Term. St Johns Anglican Church
Mass Times - Saturday 27 May – Clarkes Hill, 6.30pm
Hall  - 9:30-11:30am. Enquiries - 0409 681 138 Anna or 0421 Golden Harvest Christian Fellowship
Sunday 28 May - Gordon 8.45am; Ballan 10.30am.
905 558 Tamsin.  Non denominational - Prayer every Sunday 10am, Men’s
Ballan Uniting Church (St. Paul’s)
Bacchus Marsh & District Garden Club
Services – 1st, 2nd & 3rd Sundays 11.15am. 4th Sunday 9.30am KYB Monday evenings 6pm. Ladies KYB Wednesday 1pm.
Meeting 2nd Tuesday of each month, 7.30pm at The Laurels, Further details – 0429 681 566.
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229 Main St Bacchus Marsh. Guest Speakers. Supper after
B3 Community Bacchus Marsh Life Church
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Focused, family friendly church with a difference. Services Meeting 10am every Sunday at the BM College Drama Room,
Ballan Anglers Inc
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Meeting second Wednesday every month. Hudsons Hotel,
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0400 003 936.
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Working Bees every 3rd Wednesday & Sunday of each
month. All welcome. Enquiries - 0418 171 119.
Bacchus Marsh Family Drug Support Group
For Family Members who have a loved one affected by drugs.
Enquiries - 1300 660 068.
Alanon Support Group - for families of alcoholics.
Meets at 10.30am on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month
at the Uniting Church Hall, Gisborne Road, Bacchus Marsh.
Enq - 0421 222 717.
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Vale – Roy Huggins Grandson Otis remembers
Roy is my middle name, - grandpa had a bit of a reputation
as being a bit of a grump and a grumbler, behind that
8 Nov 1925 – 10 May 2017 though he was firm but fair, kind man, very accepting, a
very progressive thinker especially someone from that age
Close on 92-years of living and June purchased a de- and time.
certainly held many life ex- licensed hotel, a big place Earliest memories with grandpa were at Surrey Hills and
periences for Roy Huggins. with a room for everything. later at Gordon for school holidays and big family gathering
at Christmas.
He was acknowledged and Roy kept busy. He restored
I have a lot of good memories of Gordon. Grandpa would
remembered as a beacon for furniture, did some French take us to pick blackberries, dig up bottles in the veggie
his family; his labours, his polishing, and he became patch, took us on lots of walks looking at old things and
achievements and his deeds. involved in the Gordon cem- historical tour. He loved his history and loved his pudding.
A man with many qualities etery, cleaning up and was He loved his pets, especially his old dog Toby. No one
and abilities, a community always there. He also liked could really touch Toby except for grandpa. Something I
minded man with a dry to do historical research of have really carried on in me from grandpa, is that he loved
sense of humour, who en- the local area and helped to go on these drives, sometimes just a drive or historical
joyed a chat. Essentially a others find their ancestors. group tour. He had old CFA maps and just went looking for
quiet man; but a man with a things, we drove and drove.
He also got involved in the
very strong work ethic. On the last day I saw grandpa that was Good Friday, we
Moorabool Reservoir, did
Also on occasion he was went to see grandma who was sick in hospital. I picked
the gardening and restored
known as a grumpy and up grandpa to take him on one of those drives. We drove
the grounds so people could to Gordon and looked at the business that is now in their
grumbling grandpa.
go and enjoy picnics. In old house, Gordon Bleu café, then over the highway down
Roy was the loved son of fact Roy celebrated his 90th Moorabool West road back to his place. In the first instance
farmers George and Beatrice he wanted KFC for lunch on the way home, but when we
birthday there. He went on
Huggins and born in Wau- got to the Gordon cafe he said “Blow KFC, let’s just go and
and enjoyed the Bungaree
bra on 8/11/1925, the third of eat there, its open.” We ordered, and I had a proper lunch
Historical society, and got
six children, May, Beatrice, and grandpa ordered a sticky date pudding, coffee with
very involved with the Bal-
then Roy, Jean, Olive and two sugars, and a glass of coke! He was like a celebrity
lan Hospital. He worked in
George. there, everyone wanted to chat. On our return on one of
the Op shop and served on the back roads we saw something on the road, looked like
From Waubra his educa-
the Hospital Auxiliary. a big dog, so I slowed down and it was a gold colour and
tion continued at Warren-
heip then to Elliminyt, near Roy’s younger siblings. June as a builder’s labourer for Four years ago Roy and June black, actually thought I had seen a Tasmanian tiger on the
Colac. The usual education would become his wife after two builders. moved to Ballan as they had road, then it was up and off; and it was an enormous wedge
they met at dances around At home he was a keen to adapt to life and their age. tailed eagle, now this ties in with grandma and grandpa
in those days meant he left
the district. gardener, or more a keen Gordon was too much for who were accepted as Honourary Indigenous Elders, due
school at 14-years old and to their interest and research in indigenous culture and
went on to work as a farm They married April 8, 1950 vegetable gardner and grew them and both their health
history in the area. Grandpa said “that’s Bunjil” and I said
labourer. Even at 14-years and not long after moved to great produce. But not such was in decline. what is Bunjil? Grandpa said “Bunjil is the eagle, it is like
young, Roy would have been the city and lived in Ascot a green thumb with trees, he They both cared for each a spirit.” It really was a majestic sight, it just loped along
expected to do a man’s job, a Vale. June was teaching and was known to prune them other in Ballan, they were beside the car. I was kind of spellbound by it.
full days work. Roy was accepted into the back to the roots! happy there and the com- Once we dropped grandpa off I googled it this Bunjil, and
He played a bit of football Metropolitan Fire Brigade, St Leonard’s became the munity welcomed them. it said an ancestral spirit just like grandpa said. At the time
but bike riding was his go. a career that would span holiday destination every Only two months ago June we thought grandma was knocking on heavens door and
He did some road racing but 34-years. year after they purchased a needed more care and had maybe the eagle was for her, and I don’t think anyone is
most of his time was taken They had four children, block and built a house. to move into the hospital for that spiritual but it kind of meant to us, Bunjil was there
up with work. Early starts Richard came along in 1954, Now Roy, he couldn’t fish, for grandpa.
that care. Roy had a 34–year
to milk the cows, digging Christopher in 1956 and the he couldn’t swim so he career with the MFB, but he
spuds, fence maintenance twins, Susan and Neville in mostly painted and mowed certainly had a longer mar-
and hay carting. He would 1958. They moved to Surrey the lawns at St Leonard’s, riage with June, a shared
end the day milking the Hills in 1958 with Roy doing and did a bit of grumbling life for 67 years. Roy would
cows again at night. long shifts to provide for his along with that.
visit his dear wife every
His life experienced many family but also took on other The MFB he made his ca- day. Together they did and
changing significant times. jobs, so he could provide reer and went through the shared so much. There were
He was only a little boy of the very best for his family. ranks to Station Officer II, in
six grand children and
four when the Great De- When in Ascot Vale he deliv- his time he worked at many
Roy loved them all. Roy
pression began, then leav- ered ice; worked at the trots different stations. Roy left
was always interested in
ing school as WWII began when at the Showgrounds; school at 14 but went to eve-
their activities, and in their
in 1939. Roy was classed as he used to boast he had six ry university in Melbourne,
jobs, but was on strike with achievements.
‘essential services’ and did something he liked to brag
not go to war because he was four of them! about – “every University With family by his side on
working on the farm pro- Roy took on any work, any- in Melbourne – to check the Wednesday 10 May 2017, Roy and his historical research
ducing food. where – such is that work hydrants!” Roy Huggins passed away.
Dedicated. That is how Denis Spielvogel from the Bungaree
A young teacher came to ethic, he did the green gro- Retirement in 1984 led A good life well lived. Historical Society described Roy Huggins.
Elliminyt, she was teaching cer’s deliveries and worked him to Gordon, where he (By Helen Tatchell) “He would just see something that needed to be done and
he would get on with it.
“Roy was dedicated to his research too. Every Monday,
for 30 years, he would go in to the Public Records Office
in Ballarat and he wrote down anything to do with the
district.
“Just before he died the other day, he gave us books, and
books of his ledgers that he had been keeping out of the
Gordon Advertiser which was a newspaper in those days,
the 1890s, anything to do with the district he would write
it out in long hand.
The Moorabool Reservoir was another of Roy’s favourite
places.
“When it looked like it was going to be redeveloped,
Roy was in there; Roy was right amongst it; Roy was the
one who led the charge to see that it was restored,” Mr
Spielvogel said.
“He used to come out every Tuesday with me, and he must
have been well into his 80s, and eventually he couldn’t do it
anymore, and he just went out there and did what needed
to be done.
“Roy just did everything the best he could and the best
he could at the time. Like all the work he did with the
newspapers, he could have kept going until he was 150!”
To record information on a person or a place Roy would
write it all down on a library card, and not just one.
“The library cards, there are close to 100,000, all written by
hand, where he has written the details of the court records,
marriage records, the school records, the hotel records,
he has done them all on library cards. That is first hand
information. They are so useful to us in doing research,”
Mr Spielvogel said.
All those years of recording information by hand and the
trips to Ballarat, has Roy Huggins left a legacy?
“He definitely left a legacy. Now it is up to us to treasure it,
and make sure it gets used.”
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Back to their
core business
By Kate Taylor for its further considerations and we are very
happy with its decision. We look forward
Apple FM has secured a sweet deal over to a long and happy relationship with the
a new rental space at the Darley Civic and Council,” Mr Mansell said.
Community Hub. He said that the committee has made an in-
It was decided at the May 3 council meeting principle decision to accept the offer – but a
to rent the space to the community radio few hurdles need to be overcome first.
station at a rent discount of 80 per cent. “We need to have satisfactory technical
But the decision wasn’t made without some testing between the site and our transmitter.

Buildings ‘be-gone’
rigorous debate among councillors – Apple That testing is currently being performed
FM had originally applied for a peppercorn and it looks like being successful. We hope
rent agreement, which had been rejected by so.
councillors who eventually decided upon “It’s a very exciting time for everyone
the discounted rate. at Apple. This is a green-field for us and By Kate Taylor
Apple FM Treasurer Bill Mansell told the we’ll have a lot of work to do getting new
Moorabool News after the meeting that the All buildings at the former Lerderderg Children’s Centre in Darley are set for removal.
studios built and operating. Our wonderful
decision is a happy one. members will be ‘roughing it’ for some time Council invited companies to express interest in removing the portables and other structures
“Whilst we would have appreciated a but we’re sure it will all be worth it in the at no cost to council, with the company keeping the portables in return.
peppercorn arrangement we thank Council long term.” McGregor Portables will remove the buildings and leave a ‘clean site.’

Cheers to the volunteers
Mothers Day and Volunteers Week fell in the but eating a piece too. Moorabool Mayor David Edwards was contingent of volunteers across the entire
same week, so it was fitting for the volunteers Delicate sandwiches and sweets with lots of invited and said these events are very shire; without them community events and
from the Ballan Hospital Auxiliary to put on chatter filled the Mechanics Hall. special. gatherings such as this, would not occur.
a Mother’s Day High Tea. President of the Auxiliary Jackie Wetzler “It never ceases to amaze me how our “Hats off to the volunteers,” he said, raising
The best sponges this side of the river had said the money raised would go towards an volunteers just get in and get on with the job. a Royal Doulton teacup to honour the
open mouths not only gasping at the display, ice machine and floor mats at the hospital. “Moorabool is fortunate to have a large occasion.

Photos: Helen Tatchell
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For those Who Dare to Dream Go regional and
still enjoy your
‘smashed avo’
with a median house price
of $186,500 while buyers
on a budget may also want
to consider Maryborough,
north of Ballarat, where the
median house price is cur-
rently $190,500.
Red Cliffs and Stawell were
also among the state’s most
affordable towns with medi-
an house prices of $203,500
and $210,000 respectively.
Joseph Walton Both towns recorded capital
President, Reiv growth over the year, with
house prices in Red Cliffs up
72 Lerderderg Street, Bacchus Marsh 4.4 per cent while Stawell’s
While housing affordability
Price: $449,000 median house price rose 14.4
remains a hot topic in Mel-
per cent.
Located just metres from St Bernard’s Church, Bacchus bourne, new REIV data
Myrtleford, between Wan-
Marsh Primary School, Kindergarten and The Village shows buyers are able to get
garatta and Bright, is an-
a foothold on the property
Shopping Centre. This classic weatherboard home with other affordable option for
ladder in multiple regional
high ceilings and timber floors comprises 3 bedrooms, homebuyers with a median
towns for less than $250,000.
house price of $218,750.
large kitchen/meals and lounge with enormous scope The REIV’s March figures
Other towns making the
to thoroughly renovate. Sitting on an 805m² block in show the state’s most afford-
most affordable list include
able towns are located in
Bacchus Marshs’ finest location, the possibilities are Newborough ($230,000),
regional Victoria with many Kyabram ($232,500) and
only limited by your imagination. Inspections are by areas boasting house prices Horsham ($235,000).
appointment. well below the statewide
Meanwhile, Mildura in
median of $377,000.
north west Victoria had the
In the year to March, the state’s highest number of
Latrobe Valley in Gippsland sales with more than 575
dominated the most afford- transactions in the year to
able list with three towns March.
recording median house This was followed by Traral-
prices below $200,000. gon and Warragul with 380
Moe and nearby Morwell and 291 sales respectively.
recorded the state’s low- High turnover of homes
est median house prices was also recorded in Ocean
at $165,000 and $170,000 Grove (262 sales), Drouin
respectively. Despite its af- (252 sales), Ballarat Central
fordability, Morwell has ex- (251 sales) and Highton (231
perienced double-digit price sales).
growth in the past year. For more information on
Churchill in south-east median house prices by
Victoria was also at the af- town or region, visit reiv.
fordable end of the market com.au.

www.arbeerealestate.com.au
140 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh 5367 2333
Arbee Real Estate

Quality County Homestead On 104 Cleared Acres
MN0506G

1956 Ballan–Meredith Road, Mt Wallace
This commanding home amid 42 hectares epitomises luxurious living in Mt Wallace. Boasting 30
squares and finished to the highest standard, this home of approx 5 years is completed with Black
butt timber floors, vaulted ceilings, transom windows and a whole lot more. Externally, the 104
acres is fenced into four main paddocks being cleared land ideal for stock grazing, hay production,
cropping or any rural pursuit. There is a 2 ½ mega litre catchment dam, grey loam soil and a sealed
road frontage.
Price: $899,000-$980,000
51 Lydiard Street South Agent: Chris Leonard
BALLARAT 0409 0409 23
Formerly Jens Gaunt Phone 5331 1111 www.prdballarat.com.au
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Bacchus Marsh 435 Werribee Vale Road 3 2 2 Bacchus Marsh 36 McFarland Street 3 1 2

Impressive Home on 2 acres Private Sale Cute Cottage in Bacchus Marsh Central Private Sale
This impressive property is in a quiet This cute 3 bedroom home is situated
rural location, yet only 5 minutes Price $749,000 in an outstanding location in town. Price $395,000 – $420,000
drive to Bacchus Marsh main street Inspect Saturday 1.15–1.45pm Within walking distance to the Village Inspect By appointment
shops, schools & train station. Easy Shopping Centre, Primary Schools
access to freeway, 50 minutes to CBD, Office 137 Main Street, and public transport. Well maintained Office 137 Main Street,
expansive north facing living areas, Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128 with internal and external painting. Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128
wide verandahs, & extensive outdoor Recent additions include a new
entertainment area. Lovely valley views Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754 roof, a freshened up bathroom and Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754
overlooking market gardens to be len@lensmith.com.au ducted heating and a reverse cycle len@lensmith.com.au
enjoyed. Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828 air conditioner. Landscaped gardens, Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828
kelvin@lensmith.com.au single carport connected to the home kelvin@lensmith.com.au
and car access to the back yard with a
good size garage with power.

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Darley Lot 1 Victoria Street Greendale 30 Napoleon Street 2 1 3

Outstanding 1200 SQM Block Private Sale Greendale Calling! Private Sale
Positioned at the end of a private court, Price $299,000 Within walking distance to the Price $350,000
this terrific block is completely flat. With Greendale Hotel/General Store is this
scale and proportion not seen in today’s Inspect By appointment two bedroom cottage surrounded Inspect By appointment
subdivisions, you will have ample room by beautiful native gardens set on
to build a substantial family home. Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754 Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754
approximately 1 acre (4000sqm).

L D L D
S O S O

Maddingley 24 Inglis Street 4 2 2 Greendale 29 Lacote Road 4 2 2
Suberb Family Lifestyle Awaits Private Sale Prized Greendale Lifestyle, Private Sale
This home represents exceptional Prized Greendale Location
family living only minutes away to Price $475,000 Enjoy sweeping views of countryside, Price $555,000
Bacchus Marsh Grammar, Secondary Inspect By appointment complemented by this quality family Inspect By appointment
College and Train station. The sizeable home on 6 acres of pastoral paradise
rear yard delivers an idyllic space for Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754 makes this a stand out opportunity for Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754
children to play. a sought after rural lifestyle.
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Arbee Real Estate
FOR SALE 69 Tramway Lane, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 45 Riversdale Crescent, Bacchus Marsh
4 2 2 4 2 2

Suburban Hobby Farm! Prepare To Be Surprised
Within 4 km of the Main St, 13 acres, Creek frontage, spacious family Tastefully decorated throughout, this home will impress. Master bed
home with 3 living areas, & large shed. Master with WIR/dressing with Ens & WIR and 2 bedrooms both with BIRs & a study/4th
room & quality blackwood timber vanity in ens. Remaining 3 bdrms all bedroom. Large family area, modern kitchen with quality appliances.
have BIRs plus separate study. Split system a/c. Established gardens, Separate living & dining area. Large rumpus, double garage, large
excellent soil & flat pasture, good fencing, a 12.3 ml license, & orchard. 11292 (approx.) block, landscaped with beautiful in-ground pool & spa.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $925,000 FOR SALE $549,000

NEW LISTING
CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157 CONTACT Steve Creese 0475 888 101
WEB arbeerealestate.com.au WEB arbeerealestate.com.au

FOR SALE 14 Currington Cres, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 1/9 Simone Road, Bacchus Marsh
4 2 2 2 1 1

Luxury Family Living At Its Best Live In Or Invest
Spacious near new home on 691sqm approx. 4 generous bedrooms, 3 This very neat 2 bedroom unit is the front one of a block of 2.
with WIRs, 1 with BIR, master ensuite inc. bath, dbl shower, dbl vanity A spacious floor plan gives you a large lounge, separate kitchen &
and sep toilet. Study/5th bed, large separate rumpus, quality open dining area and 2 good sized bedrooms with BIRs. Bathroom, toilet &
plan kitchen/meals/living area with stone benchtops, dbl oven, gas laundry are all separate & you have a neat decked area in the
hotplates & WIP. 2½ car garage, ducted heating & cooling & swim spa. backyard & a single garage with a rollerdoor for secure parking.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $540,000-$570,000 FOR SALE $269,950
CONTACT Steve Creese 0475 888 101 CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157
WEB arbeerealestate.com.au WEB arbeerealestate.com.au

FOR SALE 72 Lerderderg Street, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 4/7 Fisken Street, Bacchus Marsh
3 1 1 2 1

For Those Who Dare to Dream Great Investment or Owner/Occupier Opportunity
Just metres from St Bernard’s Church, Bacchus Marsh Primary Short stroll to Main Street Shopping Centre, generous lounge,
School, Kindergarden and The Village Shopping Centre. This classic spacious kitchen and dining area, bathroom with shower and bath,
weatherboard home with high ceilings and timber floors comprises 3 separate toilet, and separate laundry. Ducted heating throughout and
bedrooms, large kitchen/meals and lounge with enormous scope to a wall a/c. Private carport, a ramp and wide steps to the front veranda,
renovate. Sitting on 805m² block in finest location. views to the streetscape opposite, and a neat and tidy backyard.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $449,000 FOR SALE $270,000
CONTACT Peter Leonard 0429 671 990 CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157
WEB arbeerealestate.com.au WEB arbeerealestate.com.au

FOR SALE 27 Madden Drive, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 15 Madden Drive, Bacchus Marsh
3 1 2 3 1 1

Be Quick For This One It’s All About Location
Sought after area, well presented family home. Large lounge room The home consists of 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, good sized lounge and
with gas log fire, adjoining meals area & as new galley style kitchen dining area, kitchen with a meals area, and a large enclosed sunroom
with quality appliances, 3 bedrooms + a study/retreat off the main across the back. The lounge is serviced by a gas heater and there is a
bedroom, & spacious bathroom. Gas wall furnace & ducted evap wall a/c in the kitchen. Externally there is an oversized single garage
cooling. Pergola, landscaped gardens, double garage & workshop. with roller door & a nice front veranda to admire the views.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $429,000 FOR SALE $345,000
CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157 CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157
WEB arbeerealestate.com.au WEB arbeerealestate.com.au

FOR SALE 19 Manning Boulevard, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 6/20 Simpson Street, Bacchus Marsh
3 2 3 2 1 1

Entertainer’s Delight Immaculate Unit, Great Location
Fantastic home on a large block of over 4000m2. Kitchen with stone Beautifully presented 2 bedroom unit. Large lounge,
bench tops, & quality cabinetry & appliances. There are 3 bedrooms excellent kitchen/meals area, heating & cooling. Bathroom with bath,

SOLD
plus a study, master bedroom with ensuite & WIR. Ducted evaporative shower and vanity, separate laundry & WC. There is a private carport
cooling & wood heater in the living room. Stunning decked alfresco and neat backyard.
area perfect to relax, entertain your guests and enjoy the surrounds.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $710,000 FOR SALE $275,000
CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157 CONTACT Peter Leonard 0429 671 990
WEB arbeerealestate.com.au WEB arbeerealestate.com.au

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value
speak to the team at Arbee Real Estate
in today’s market?

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140 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh 5367 2333
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Rayner We put you first
4 TENTH MEWS, BACCHUS MARSH 7 WITTICK STREET, BACCHUS MARSH
NEW LISTING NEW LISTING

SEE THE POTENTIAL 4 2 2 QUALITY & CHARM IN ABUNDANCE 3 2 1
• Offering 4 bdrms, master with WIR & ensuite & BIR to the remaining 3 bdrms. • Simply stunning, immaculate 3 bedroom home, Master with ensuite & WIR.
• Lounge, spacious kitchen which is open to the large dining area and living room, Private Sale: $349,000 • Featuring 9’ ceilings & Tassie oak solid timber flooring throughout. Private Sale: $449,000
• Open plan lounge, gas log fire, formal dining, separate family with space heater. Inspect: Saturday 27th May
family bathroom and laundry with large built-in-cupboard. Inspect: Saturday 27th May • Solid Blackwood kitchen has loads of cupboard & pantry space.
• Other features include ducted heating throughout, split-system cooling & DLUG. 11.45am – 12.15pm 11.00am–11.30am
• Outside is a wonderful elevated deck overlooking the expansive backyard.
• Outside is a great size backyard which is ready for your personal touch! Contact: Melonie Winch 0408 675 011 The single garage with high ceilings and glass doors and window at rear is Contact: Mark Davis 0458 224 405
• Currently tenanted month to month with expected rental return of $340 p/w. Email: melonie@raynerrealestate.com.au extremely versatile. Email: mark.davis@raynerrealestate.com.au

11 BANK STREET, BALLAN 2 TODMAN COURT, BACCHUS MARSH
NEW LISTING OPEN
NEWFOR
LISTING
INSPECTION

ELEVATED RIVER RESERVE FRONTAGE 4 2 4 TRANQUIL GARDEN SETTING 3 1 2
• Important opportunity, possibly one of Ballan’s best view positions. • This well-loved & maintained 3 bedroom family home has huge potential.
• Situated on 4058m2 (1 Acre) with long inviting sealed drive to double garage Private Sale: $679,500 • Spacious lounge & formal dining area with a bay window, that flows through to Private Sale: $369,000
under-roof & continued drive to great garage & 4 bay parking work-shop. Inspect: Saturday 27th May the kitchen & living area. Inspect: Saturday 27th May
• The Residence provides a number of levels with 3 living areas. • Good proportional bdrms with BIRs & master with WIR to two-way bathroom.
1.00pm–2.00pm 2.00pm–2.30pm
• The kitchen/meals/lounge & the family have a nice flow to out-door living by • Gas wall heater, split system & ceiling fans and double carport.
folding glass doors. Contact: Mark Dudley 0409 954 396 • The rear pergola has a built in BBQ and a shade cloth fernery, a magical fish Contact: Marcus Rayner 0418 556 699
• Master with WIR plus en-suite & 3 other bedrooms, tank & town water, ducted Email: mark@raynerrealestate.com.au pond & well established gardens. Email: marcus@raynerrealestate.com.au
& wood heating, vacuum system & solar panels.

1 HINE COURT, BACCHUS MARSH 63 SPENCER ROAD, BALLAN 18 CANN STREET, BLACKWOOD LOT 17 CROOK COURT, BALLAN
OPEN FOR INSPECTION OPEN FOR INSPECTION

BARGAIN ! BEAUTIFULLY PRESENTED GOLD ON CANN BLACKWOOD! 7860M2 – JUST UNDER 2 ACRES
• This beautifully maintained home has 3 bedrooms; the • 4 bedroom (all with robes) • Set on 1 acre (approx.) 3845m2 • Vacant block in Ballan Township
master has Ens & WIR & BIRs to remaining bedrooms. • Ensuite and walk in robe in main bedroom • Formal entry, family room, formal lounge, kitchen/ • 7860m2 (approx), just under 2 Acres
• The kitchen/meals area features free standing gas stove • 2 living areas family/dining and sunroom • Easy walk to the supermarket, railway (access to
with sliding doors to decked area that overlooks reserve. • Gas ducted heating, ducted evaporative cooling • 3 bedrooms plus study, master bedroom with ensuite Ballarat/Melbourne)
• Climate control is a split system air conditioner and a gas • 900mm gas stove, dishwasher, island bench and pantry and built in robes • Excellent opportunity to purchase into a growing market
wall furnace and there is new carpet throughout. • Solar/gas HWS, double garage with auto door & direct • Main bathroom with spa • Located in Crook Court, Ballan (Lot 17)
• Large undercover entertaining area, off street parking for access to the house • 2 Car garage with internal access and separate • Hard to come across blocks this size
two cars, garden shed and established gardens. • 600sqm block, access for a caravan or boat. workshop with additional car parking

Private Sale: $339,000 Private Sale: $418,000 Private Sale: $740,000 Private Sale: $355,000
Inspect: Saturday 27th May 1.15pm–1.45pm Inspect: Saturday 27th May 11:30am–12:00pm Inspect: By appointment Inspect: By appointment
Contact: Brendan Rayner 0439 354 059 Contact: Rod Grant 0416 231 782 Contact: Mark Dudley 0409 954 396 Contact: Mark Dudley 0409 954 396
Email: brendan@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 0439 354 059

175 Main Street
Bacchus Marsh raynerrealestate.com.au 5366 3600
diplomacy and some compromise.
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CANCER—June 22-July 22
This weekend finds you accepting offbeat invitations.
You are unexpectedly outspoken, which can lead to re-

Stars & Puzzles
wards at home and at work.
LEO—July 23-August 22
A career or academic goal is inching closer, but your dedi-
cation is vital. A loved one sees your point of view more
clearly. A rival at work is willing to compromise.
VIRGO—August 23-September 22
Attention to detail is important, especially in your pro-
fessional dealings. Adventurous side trips are highlighted.
QUICK PUZZLE
★★★★★★★★
✯✯✯✯✯✯
A romantic uncertainty proves unfounded. Your partner
is much more open.
LIBRA—September 23-October 22
Renovations and repair tasks are spotlighted, but avoid
★★★★★★★★ short cuts and experimentation. Young relatives seek your
guidance. A romantic renewal makes you feel better about
yourself.

SCORPIO—October 23-November 21
ARIES—March 21-April 20
A bolder Scorpio delights friends and admirers and the
Diligence at the workplace, brings recognition from a week finds you surrounded by both. This is a good time
prestigious corner. Your independent nature retreats tem- to learn a new skill or brush up on a favourite hobby.
porarily and you could become involved in various joint
ventures. SAGITTARIUS—November 22-December 22
TAURUS—April 21-May 22 The direct approach may not add to your popularity, but
If ever you had to play the role of diplomat, this is the it leads to answers - and subsequent solutions. A travel
week. Feuding and touchy family surround you. Peace dream is starting to materialize. In romance, the trend is
returns after the weekend and romance remains cheerful. positive..

GEMINI—May 23-June 21 CAPRICORN—December 23-January 20
This week begins on a romantically upbeat note.Your
Real estate transactions may prove favourable but don’t confidence grows when your project receives approval
avoid asking questions. An aloof relative becomes much from a respected friend. Creative writing is highlighted.
more agreeable. The romantic situation requires much
diplomacy and some compromise. AQUARIUS—January 21-February 19
NO. 8996 CANCER—June 22-July 22 Travel plans that may have been put on hold, could be
This weekend finds you accepting offbeat invitations. reactivated. A pet project is launched, thanks to the
ACROSS DOWN backing of an anonymous supporter. Public speaking
1. Reverse (4) 1. Under (5) You are unexpectedly outspoken, which can lead to re-
wards at home and at work. earns your applause.
7. Buyer (9) 2. Creep (5)
8. Bread (4) 3. Bivalve (6) PISCES—February 20-March 20
LEO—July 23-August 22
9. Addict (4) 4. Frightened (6) You enjoy hosting spontaneous gatherings and selecting
10. Hurt (4) 5. Light (4) A career or academic goal is inching closer, but your dedi- your guest list proves an unexpected challenge. The week
11. Fit (4) 6. Home (9) cation is vital. A loved one sees your point of view more also favours laying the groundwork for a major new
14. Unwise (3-7) 12. Fine (9) clearly. A rival at work is willing to compromise. project
16. Loathsome (10) 13. Similar to (4)
19. Encounter (4) 15. Article (4) VIRGO—August 23-September 22 BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK
22. Apartment (4) 17. Information (3-3) Equality is your trademark and you fight for fairness.
24. Blow (4) 18. Earlier (6) Attention to detail is important, especially in your pro-
25. Attempt (4) 20. More (5) fessional dealings. Adventurous side trips are highlighted. Watchout for that vain streak. Becoming more practical
26. Meddle (9) 21. List (5) A romantic uncertainty proves unfounded. Your partner could lead to key career strides. This year sees your
27. Story (4) 23. Tethered (4) is much more open. creativity emerging and extending.
LIBRA—September 23-October 22
CRYPTIC PUZZLE Renovations and repair tasks are spotlighted, but avoid
ACROSS short cuts and experimentation. Young relatives seek your

SUDOKU
1. It’s obtained from a tree somewhere in Ireland (4). 7, guidance. A romantic renewal makes you feel better about
A gift woman, foolishly, tend to throw out (9). 8. Leaves
idle, we’re told (4). 9. Mean to get close to (4). 10. The yourself.
middle of the morning, in that case (4). 11. Has sown
haphazardly (4). 14. Having money, pay the bill for the SCORPIO—October 23-November 21
novice (10). 16. Illness for which there’s a dramatic cure?
(5,5). 19. Repeat part of the chorus (4). 22. “Unfortu- NUMBER GAME
A bolder Scorpio delights friends and admirers and the
week finds you surrounded by both. This is a good time
nately,” I put in, “an asssumed name” (4). 24. Track the to learn a new skill or brush up on a favourite hobby.
one who deceived you back (4). 25. Sound with which ANSWER BELOW
the hairdresser is familiar (4). 26. Holiday finished? Come SAGITTARIUS—November 22-December 22
off it! (5,4). 27. Gone west, geographically speaking (4).
The direct approach may not add to your popularity, but
DOWN it leads to answers - and subsequent solutions. A travel
1. Measure the interior of the house with an instrument dream is starting to materialize. In romance, the trend is
(5). 2. The material and the man performing (5). 3. Shut positive..
up, it would be smart to rent out (6). 4. Run classes (6).
5. Let out when time’s up (4). 6. Expected to tell the CAPRICORN—December 23-January 20
truth, in case (5,4). 12. Lily’s romances? (5,4). 13. The This week begins on a romantically upbeat note.Your
speculator is up in arms (4). 15. Number, you say, of the confidence grows when your project receives approval
van (4). 17. Omitted to go into the fort (6). 18. Like the from a respected friend. Creative writing is highlighted.
threat not made barefacedly? (6). 20. Go after the race
(5). 21. Should Hugo race against time? (5). 23. But for, AQUARIUS—January 21-February 19
would be thrifty (4).
Travel plans that may have been put on hold, could be
reactivated. A pet project is launched, thanks to the
backing of an anonymous supporter. Public speaking
Ough-t. 23, Save.
SOLUTIONS - CROSSWORD NO. 8995
15, Fore (four). 17, For-go-t. 18, Veiled. 20, Chase. 21,
Emit (rev.). 6, Under-oath. 12, White lies. 13, Stag (rev.). earns your applause.
QUICK SOLUTIONS
Down - 1, C-ell-o. 2, Ray-on. 3, In-tern. 4, Course. 5, PISCES—February 20-March 20
Across - 7, Manufacturer. 8, Recess. 9, Change. 10,
You enjoy hosting spontaneous gatherings and selecting
24, Rail (rev.). 25, Bang. 26, Leave over. 27, Left.
Penance. 12, Charm. 15, Flirt. 16, Undress. 18, Charge.
your guest list proves an unexpected challenge. The week
der-foot. 16, Stage fever. 19, (th)E-cho(rus). 22, Al(I)as.
20, Insult. 22, Affectionate.
also favours laying the groundwork for a major new
Near. 10, The-(mor)n(ing). 11, Owns (anag.). 14, Ten-
Down - 1, Farewell. 2, Sure. 3, Ransack. 4, Stack. 5,
project
Across - 1, Cork. 7, End-owmen-t. 8, Lays (laze). 9,
Breather. 6, Frog. 11, Aircraft. 13, Resolute. 14, Insipid.
CRYPTIC SOLUTIONS
17, Peach. 19, Head. 21, Sane.
off. 18, Before. 20, Extra. 21, Table. 23, Tied. BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK
CRYPTIC SOLUTIONS
6, Residence. 12, Excellent. 13, Like. 15, Item. 17, Tip- Equality is your trademark and you fight for fairness.
Across - 7, Anything goes. 8, Guinea (hen). 9, Peeled.
Down - 1, Below. 2, Crawl. 3, Mussel. 4, Scared. 5, Lamp. Watchout for that vain streak. Becoming more practical
10, Trip-let. 12, Stock. 15, As-pi-C. 16, Fearful. 18, Teas-
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Applications close Friday June 2, 2017.
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Bacchus Marsh Little Athletics
Cross Country was held at Lake Dewar, Myrniong last
Darley Junior Football Netball Club
Saturday. With conditions perfect, attendance numbers were Results – Round 5 v Sebastopol
down.
In her first Cross Country run, Myah Estlick ran well in the FOOTBALL
Under 6 500 metres, crossing the line first. In the Under 7 & U/10 Seniors
8 1000 metres, Imogen Lidgett and Deegan Doyle were first Goals – Bayliss Mifsud 2, Rhys Younger, Jakob Bankowski 1,
in the Under 7 girls & boys age group. Sarah Burton claimed Lonnie Forde
victory over Ava Cook in the Under 8 girls and in a fantastic Awards – Bayliss Mifsud, Ethan Matthews, Luke Prior,
finish Kai Cunningham just pipped Nicholas Ide on the line Lachlan Kaye.
NETBALL
to take the win for the boys. The Under 9/10 1500 metre event
U/10 Reserves U/11 Seniors
was taken out by Kai Cunningham, who ran a dominating
race, crossing the line in 5:58.92 mins and for the girls, Freya Awards – Jye Kettle, George Martindale, Memphis Watts, Darley 31 def Sebastopol 4
Isaac Jordan. Goals – Milly Vallence 9, Charlotte Martindale 7, Bridie
Lidgett was a clear standout performer. In the Under 11 &
12 2000 metres, the Under 11 winners were Elise Cook and U/10 Development Shanahan, 7, Ava Densley 6, Claudia Runge 2
Xavier Goodman while Under 12 winners were Tamara Goals – Harvey Hoey 1 Awards – Milly Vallence, Addison Wright.
Henry and Ben Peterson. The Open age athletes contested Awards – Harvey Hoey, Jaiden Prior, Ethan Sayers, Harry
the 3000m course and Kirsty Bresnan claimed line honours U/11 Reserves
Coy, Cooper Davies, Isaisah Kaushal.
in this event. Darley 20 def Sebastopol 0
This Saturday will be the Bacchus Marsh Centre Open Day U/12 Seniors Goals – Mia Hayes 8, Amber Milner 8, Emma Shaw 4
to be held at Bullengarook Reserve. Everyone will walk the Darley 5-2-32 lost Sebastopol 5-5-35 Awards – Tahlia Scicchitano, Reese Perry.
course at 10.30am with the first event to commence at 11am. Goals – Tarkyn Hamilton 1, Taine Powell, Rockey Hoey, Joel
BMLAC athletes must wear their full Centre uniform. Freeman, Kristian Williams U/13 Seniors
Awards – Kristian Williams, Nic Cadman, Tarkyn Hamilton, Darley 20 def Sebastopol 19
Wade Dickson, Aidyn Bartolo. Goals – Eliza Tango 16, Takeya Tanner 3, Emily Cook 1
Awards – Eliza Tango, Nikita Hanare.
U/12 Reserves
Darley 4-7-31 def Sebastopol 2-0-12 U/13 Reserves
Goals – Max Hoey 1, Tyler Mitchell, Jayven Tanner, Jesse Darley 7 def by Sebastopol 19
Wilson Goals – Charlotte Drevensek 5, Jessica Hodge 1, Destiny
Awards – Lachlan Nash, Cooper Jordan, Jock Mauriks. Stewart 1
U/14 Seniors Awards –Charlotte Drevensek, Ruby Gellie.
Darley 10-7-67 def North Ballarat 7-4-46
Ballan Golf Club Goals – Hayden Nash 3, Brady Wright 2, Brodie Ward 1, Will
U/15 Seniors
Results - Week ending Saturday 20 May Darley 26 def Sebastopol 23
Johnson, Lane Havelberg, Bailey Young, Jett Fuller.
Goals – Ella Cook 13, Kaylee Banner 13
Wednesday – Stableford
U/14 Reserves Awards – Jaimee Smith, Lilli Condon.
Winner Barry Sims (13) 36 points, R/up Kevin Lockman (14)
Darley 0 lost Sebastopol 12-18-90.
33 points on c/b from Chris Tudor (13). U/15 Reserves
Magpie - 14th John Costello. NTP - 15th Lenny Killender. U/16.5 Seniors Darley 17 def Sebastopol 16
Saturday – Stroke Darley 9-6-60 def North Ballarat 8-10-58 Goals – Makita Spence 14, Edyn Thomas 3
(Fairbairn Cup 1st Round) Goals – Andrew Azzopardi 3, Connor Ascough 2, Matt Awards – Makita Spence, Eliza Harris.
A Grade - Winner  Peter Di Fiore 76-14-62 Arnold 1, Blake Colley, Jai Dodemaide, Baden Mugridge.
on c/b from Rick Roden 75-13-62. U/17 Seniors
U/16.5 Reserves
B Grade - Winner Alan Sanders 81-19-62, Darley 45 def Sebastopol 4
Darley 6-6-42 lost North Ballarat 14-8-92
R/up Hugh Miller 78-15-63. Goals – Melanie Freeman 17, Maegan Taylor 10, Charlee
Goals – Dylan Lorensini 3, Joshua Arnold 1, Hayden Nash,
C Grade - Winner Victor Buttigieg 84-22-62, Keating 10, Kaylah Blain 8
Trae Van Leth.
R/up Andrew Germon 93-30-63 on c/b from John Ryan. Awards – Maddy McGill.
NTPs - 2nd Michael Di Fiore, 12th Ian Godkin, Youth Girls Football
15th Peter Di Fiore. Darley 8-19-67 def Bacchus Marsh 0 U/17 Reserves
Magpies - 14th Frank Raffaele, 18th Anthony Moore. Goals – Chloe Wallace 2, Hanah Giannes, Amber Mifsud, Darley 47 def Sebastopol 13
Balls 8, Cut-off 64: Andrew Germon, Peter Di Fiore, Shaun Holly Van Meel 1, Tylah Wright Goals – Emma Winzar 18, Isabel Fischer 20, Melissa Cadman
O’Dea, Rick Roden, Hugh Miller, Al Sanders, Victor Awards – Chloe Wallace, Liv Mifsud, Breeanna Key, Beth 4, Tanisha Mercieca 2
Buttigieg, John Ryan. Cahill, Amber Mifsud, Maddy Anthony. Awards – Tahlea Mills.

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Ballarat Football/Netball League
Ballarat
Ballarat Football/Netball League Central Highlands Football League
Results Football/Netball
– Round 4 League
Results – Round 4 Results - Round 6
Results – Round 4
Club A B C D 19&U Seniors
Bacchus Marsh
Club A 50 B 29 C 29 D 35
19&U 26
Buninyong 8.16  (64) def Waubra 8.11  (59)

CHFL
Melton Marsh
Bacchus South 50 62 29 56 29 37 35 2726 35
Melton
Melton South 62 33 56 10 37 15 27 2035 31 Gordon 16.14  (110) def R’wood/C’hap 8.11  (59)

BFL Ladder
LakeMelton
Wendouree 33 42 10 72 15 33 20 4031 22
Redan
Lake Wendouree 42 47 72 37 33 28 40 3322 31 Bungaree 15.13  (103) def Skipton 3.5  (23)
Redan 47 22 37 28 33 3131

Ladder
Ballarat
Ballarat 22 45 29
29
35
35
31
27 Creswick 13.8  (86) def Daylesford 8.9  (57)
Seniors Sebastopol 33 24 2927 15
Sebastopol
Darley 45
27 33
35 24
36 29
3415 34 C’ham/Linton 10.10  (70) def Newlyn 10.7  (67)
Team % PTS Darley 27 35 36 34 34
1   Darley........................ 157.79   16      
Sunbury
Sunbury 49 49 52 52 27 27 35 3524 24 Learmonth 13.22  (100) def Clunes 8.10  (58)
EastPoint
East Point 34 34 42 42 20 20 29 2919 19
2   Lake Wendouree......154.68   16       Hepburn 21.14  (140) def Ballan 4.7  (31)
3   Melton South............. 99.56   16       Results
Results––Round 5 5 Seniors
Results –Round
Round5 Beaufort 12.8  (80) def Dunnstown 2.5  (17)
4   Redan........................138.97   12       Club
Club 17&U
17&U17&U
17&U15&U15&U
15&U15&U
13&U 13&U
13&U 13&U Team % PTS
5   Bacchus Marsh......... 131.25   12       Sen
Sen ResRes Sen SenRes Res
Sen Sen
Res Res Reserves 1   Springbank................320.37  24
6   Sunbury......................104.82   8       Sebastopol 4 13 23 16
1619 19
2   Beaufort ................... 219.14  24
Sebastopol
Darley 45
4
47
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26
23
17 20
19
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19 Waubra 10.11  (71) def Buninyong 4.6  (30)
7   Nth Ballarat City..........100.75   8       Darley 45 47 26 17 9 208 7
3   Learmonth.................257.84  20
8   Melton.......................... 74.75   8      
Bacchus Marsh
Bacchus Marsh
Lake Wendouree
11
44 11
24
23 24
19
26 19
18
41 1842 9
39 8 Gordon 11.9  (75) def R’wood/C’hap 7.7  (49)
4   Waubra......................152.59  20
9   Ballarat.........................88.59   6       LakeBallarat
Wendouree 22 44 38 23 16 26 33 4118 42
17 39 Bungaree 17.20  (122) def Skipton 1.2  (8)
10  Sebastopol..................32.96   4       Ballarat
Mt Clear 27 22 12 38 20 16 12 3311 18
11 17 5   Hepburn....................154.83  16
EastMt Clear
Point Jnrs 36 27 14 12 25 20 2 1243 11
33 11 Creswick 16.8  (104) def Daylesford 6.5  (41) 6   Bungaree..................146.48  16
11  East Point....................73.66   2       Redan 16 36 23 21 23 28 14
Reserves
East Point Jnrs 14 25 43 33 C’ham/Linton 10.14  (74) def Newlyn 11.4  (70) 7   Gordon......................133.61  12
Redan 16 23 21 23 8 14
1   Melton South.............231.84   20       Learmonth 11.10  (76) def Clunes 5.11  (41) 8   Buninyong................. 111.29  12
2   Darley........................274.80   16      
3   Lake Wendouree......191.23   16      
Ballarat Football League Hepburn 13.6  (84) def Ballan 8.10  (58) 9   Creswick...................109.79  12
Results – Round 4 Beaufort 7.9  (51) def Dunnstown 7.4  (46) 10  Daylesford.................85.30   12
4   East Point..................185.80   12      
Seniors 11  Clunes.......................62.95   12
5   Sunbury.....................84.64   12       Smythesdale 7.4  (46) def Springbank 5.9  (39)
6   Redan........................... 95.10   8       Bacchus Marsh 20.13 (133) def Melton South 11.11 (77) 12  C’ham/Linton.............52.73   12
7   Ballarat.........................83.67   4       Lake Wendouree 13.12 (90) def Melton 7.9 (51) Under 18 13  Newlyn........................ 97.65   8
8   Bacchus Marsh............68.93   4       Redan 17.18 (120) def Ballarat 11.4 (70) Buninyong 14.11  (95) def Waubra 3.3  (21) 14  R’wood/C’hap.............66.09   8
9   Melton..........................65.42   4       Darley 19.16 (130) def Sebastopol 5.9 (39) 15  Ballan..........................42.90   4
Skipton 9.22  (76) def Bungaree 0.2  (2)
10  Nth Ballarat City.......... 34.11   4       Sunbury 14.9 (93) def East Point 9.12 (66) 16  Skipton........................30.40   4
11  Sebastopol..................22.80   4       Newlyn 19.9  (123) def C’ham/Linton 1.5  (11)
Reserves 17  Dunnstown..................34.67   0
Under 18.5s Learmonth 5.12  (42) def Clunes 2.9  (21) 18  Smythesdale................0.00    0
1   Bacchus Marsh.........578.33   16       Melton South 8.14 (62) def Bacchus Marsh 6.10 (46)
Lake Wendouree 13.4 (82) def Melton 7.7 (49) Hepburn 22.11  (143) def Ballan 3.7  (25)
2   Nth Ballarat City........423.33   16      
3   East Point.................. 241.79   16       Redan 12.4 (76) def Ballarat 8.9 (57) Beaufort 7.8  (50) def Dunnstown 3.4  (22) Reserves
4   Melton South..............121.12   16       Darley 20.18 (138) def Sebastopol 3.1 (19) Springbank 19.28  (142) def Smythesdale 0.0  (0) 1   Learmonth................ 368.55  24
5   Lake Wendouree........161.05   8       East Point 16.3 (99) def Sunbury 5.7 (37) 2   Hepburn.................... 196.11  20
6   Redan..........................136.81   8       Under 18.5s Under 15 3   Waubra......................183.21  20
7   Darley...........................78.01   8       Bacchus Marsh 14.15 (99) def Melton South 6.4 (40) Buninyong 13.10  (88) def Waubra 2.0  (12) 4   Buninyong................. 132.11  20
8   Melton.........................102.90   4       5   Beaufort....................165.88  16
Lake Wendouree 11.11 (77) def Melton 5.7 (37) Skipton 14.13  (97) def Bungaree 3.8  (26)
9   Ballarat.........................42.96   4       6   Creswick...................155.38  16
10  Sunbury.......................39.43   4       Redan 11.15 (81) def Ballarat 1.8 (14) Newlyn 8.12  (60) def C’ham/Linton 7.3  (45)
Darley 17.17 (119) def Sebastopol 2.3 (15) 7   Smythesdale............. 112.96  16
11  Sebastopol...................5.26     4       Clunes 6.11  (47) def Learmonth 3.3  (21)
U/16.5 Seniors East Point 17.9 (111) def Sunbury 2.2 (14) 8   Springbank................ 131.90  14
Dunnstown 8.9  (57) def Beaufort 3.9  (27) 9   R’wood/C’hap...........100.90  12
1   Lake Wendouree...... 174.91   20      
Ballarat Junior Football League Gordon 21.13  (139) def R’wood/C’hap 0.0  (0) 10  Bungaree..................93.85   12
2   North Ballarat............ 141.25   16      
3   Darley........................ 115.49   16       Results – Round 5 Creswick 8.7  (55) def Daylesford 4.5  (29) 11  Newlyn.......................124.22  8
4   Redan........................124.82   12       U/16.5 Seniors 12  Dunnstown.................121.27  8
Springbank 18.10  (118) def Smythesdale 1.0  (6)
5   East Point.....................96.34   8       Redan 15.7 (97) def East Point  7.5 (47) 13  Clunes.........................117.16  8
6   Ballarat......................... 80.74   4       Ballarat 11.9 (75) def Mount Clear 9.7 (61) Central Highlands Netball League 14  Daylesford .................105.49  8
7   Mount Clear.................66.28   4      
8   Bacchus Marsh............49.40   0      
Lake Wendouree 18.18 (126) def Bacchus Marsh 5.1 (31) Central Highlands Netball League 15  Ballan..........................69.79   6
Darley 9.6 (60) def North Ballarat 8.10 (58) Results – Round 6 16  C’ham/Linton...............46.79   4
U/16.5 Reserves Results – Round 6
U/16.5 Reserves
1   Lake Wendouree......284.41   20       17  Gordon........................ 37.44   4
Redan 9.14 (68) def East Point  8.6 (54) Club 13&U 15&U 17&U C B A
2   Ballarat......................176.32   16       Beaufort 7 19 26 31 30 49 18  Skipton.........................6.39    0
Ballarat 12.18 (90) def Mount Clear  6.9 (45)
3   Bacchus Marsh.........100.37   12       Dunnstown 16 34 19 35 41 50
4   North Ballarat............. 97.94   12       Lake Wendouree 12.12 (84) def Bacchus Marsh 5.9 (39)
Carngham 14 8 13 21 18 19 Under 18
5   Darley...........................69.71   8       North Ballarat 14.8 (92) def Darley 6.6 (42) Newlyn 23 29 28 43 48 74 1   Hepburn...................1356.82 24
6   Redan...........................68.22   8       U/14 Seniors Clunes 9 18 25 22 33 38 2   Skipton......................364.10  24
7   Mount Clear.................70.03   4       Redan 7.6 (48) def East Point  6.11 (47) Learmonth 13 58 31 44 44 69 3   Creswick...................338.61  20
8   East Point.....................45.79   0       Mount Clear 10.12 (72) def Ballarat 3.4 (22) Creswick 6 20 36 29 - -
U/14 Seniors 4   Ballan........................100.00  20
Bacchus Marsh 6.5 (41) def Lake Wendouree 4.5 (29) Daylesford 2 24 11 20 - -
1   Mount Clear..............581.69   20       5   Springbank................421.43  16
Darley 10.7 (67) def North Ballarat 7.4 (46) Hepburn 23 43 67 75 29 48
2   Darley........................162.07   16       Ballan 8 13 3 6 34 55 6   Newlyn......................169.66  16
U/14 Reserves
3   Redan.........................96.27   16       Rokewood 2 16 20 40 38 39 7   Beaufort....................138.79  16
4   East Point .................134.36   12       East Point 6.4 (40) def Redan 2.3 (15)
Gordon 23 27 31 28 26 36 8   Learmonth.................134.32  16
5   Ballarat ........................55.70   8       Mount Clear 10.15 (75) def Ballarat 1.3   (9) Skipton 9 11 8 9 8 28 9   Buninyong................. 127.92  16
6   North Ballarat ..............88.07   4       Lake Wendouree 11.13 (79) def Bacchus Marsh 1.2   (8) Bungaree 19 34 30 42 39 41 10  Waubra......................56.87   12
7   Bacchus Marsh............52.90   4       Sebastopol 12.18 (90) def Darley 0.0   (0) Springbank 19 32 25 58 81 98
11  R’wood/C’hap...........43.05   12
8   Lake Wendouree ....... 33.72   0       U/12 Seniors Smythesdale 21 9 16 4 5 10
U/14 Reserves 12  Clunes......................... 47.30   8
Redan 8.13 (61) def East Point 0.1   (1) Waubra 4 2 14 20 26 28
1   Sebastopol...............1070.27 20       Buninyong 38 48 25 39 30 43 13  Dunnstown..................55.98   4
Mount Clear 13.8 (86) def Ballarat  0.1   (1)
2   North Ballarat............421.43   16       14  C’ham/Linton...............23.91   4
Bacchus Marsh 12.9 (81) def Lake Wendouree 2.0 (12)
3   East Point..................318.28   16       15  Bungaree....................18.56   4
4   Mount Clear.................... .10   16      
Sebastopol 5.5 (35) def Darley  5.2 (32)
U/12 Reserves
CHFL Goal Kickers 16  Smythesdale...............22.35   0
5   Lake Wendouree......128.83   12       17  Gordon.........................0.00    0
6   Darley.........................61.34   12       Redan 4.1 (25) def East Point 1.0   (6) Seniors
18  Daylesford....................0.00    0
7   Redan........................... 39.19   4       Ballarat 4.2 (26) def Mount Clear 2.3 (15) Thomas Eltringham Springbank............................. 32
8   Bacchus Marsh............10.94   4       Bacchus Marsh 2.3 (15) def Lake Wendouree 0.2   (2) Steven Nicholson Gordon .....................................14
9   Ballarat ........................ 11.30   0       Darley  4.7 (31) def Sebastopol  2.0 (12) Under 15
U/12 Seniors Reserves 1   Buninyong.................514.00  20
1   Mount Clear ............4475.00 20       2   Hepburn....................212.25  20
Matthew Wrigley Clunes ..................................... 21
2   Bacchus Marsh........1037.04 20      
3   Redan........................ 172.18   16      
BFL Top Goal Kickers Bernard  Whelan Ballan ...................................... 15
3   Springbank............... 208.24  20
4   Gordon......................415.04  16
4   Ballarat......................109.09   16       Seniors Rodney Watts Ballan .......................................10 5   Learmonth ................278.98  16
5   Sebastopol ................ 45.13   12       Brendan Fevola Melton South.......................... 25        
Under 18 6   Clunes....................... 177.88  16
6   Lake Wendouree.........60.00   4       Jarrah Maksymow Bacchus Marsh........................17        
7   Darley...........................46.78   4       7   Skipton......................162.96  16
Harley Inglis Darley ..................................... 11         Reece Wynd Newlyn ....................................17
8   North Ballarat...............25.97   4       8   Newlyn......................158.69  16
Brian Graham Darley ...................................... 9         James Spicer Springbank .............................17
9   East Point.....................20.51   4       9   Daylesford ................104.78  12
U/12 Reserves Luke Currie-Jones Ballan .......................................16 10  Creswick ..................92.68   12
1   Ballarat .....................275.61   20       Reserves Jai McHenry Springbank .............................14 11  Dunnstown................45.80   12
2   Mount Clear .............528.57   16       Aaron Speak Darley .................................... 12         Connor Ronan  Dunnstown ........................... 13 12  C’ham/Linton.............. 110.37  8
3   North Ballarat ...........332.61   16       Dane Grenfell Darley ...................................... 7         Dylan Bulluss Ballan ...................................... 13 13  Beaufort ..................... 31.42   8
4   Redan........................316.67   16      
Jack McGregor Ballan ...................................... 13 14  Waubra........................25.84   8
5   Darley .......................186.36   16      
Under 18.5s 15  Bungaree.................... 37.53   4
6   Bacchus Marsh............15.65   8       Under 15
7   Lake Wendouree.........32.29   4       Aaron Clarke Melton South.......................... 20         16  Smythesdale...............18.90   4
8   Sebastopol ................. 16.67   4       Jack Lalor Bacchus Marsh ...................... 11         Daniel Pascoe Gordon ................................... 25 17  R’wood/C’hap.............12.03   0
9   East Point..................... 32.10   0       Rylan Porter Bacchus Marsh ....................... 7         Connor Parkin Springbank .............................16 18  Ballan...........................0.00    0
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Burras blitz Blues
Ballan FNC early in the game and had
Round 6 v Hepburn them lead from the first
to the final whistle. Jayme
Nielsen and Caitlyn McPhee
Football were dominant in the goal
In ideal conditions for foot- ring providing two strong
ball, the Blues ventured to targets in the attack end. Na-
Hepburn and knew they relle Perkins played with de-
were in for a tough encoun- termination and courage as
ter. The Seniors opened well she continues to each week. 
and went kick for kick to con- Once again the defence end
test, but the Burras were cer- worked tirelessly and were
tainly a slick outfit at home. rewarded with numerous
The Blues were certainly in deflections and intercepts.
with a look in the first half Jess Snaith had another con-
of a fast moving game. Sam sistent match and was well
the opening minutes of the H Thompson, L Conlan, S
Sher was at their best and supported by Jane Cairns
final quarter the Blues lost Wilkinson, L Hodge.
our Wilkinson in the back- and Samantha Plester. Me-
all their momentum and The Under 12s were on fire
line did an awesome job gan Mullane continues to
the Burras booted six unan- in the first quarter and boot-
given the pressure he was stand tall in the WD position
swered goals and the Blues ed three goals to set up an
under. After the break the and she used her speed to
were left in their wake. Spe- unassailable lead. The young
Blues opened with a goal but her advantage this round.
cial mention to Ryan Bongart Blues maintained their com-
then the flood gates opened Final score - Ballan 55 def
and Luke Hodge who played posure as their opponents
and Hepburn booted eight Hepburn 48
two intense games, coming came at them later in the
unanswered goals and the The B Grade girls had a
up from the Under 18s. match with great backline
speed and team skills re- great start to this match
ally shone through . Sammy Final Score - Ballan 8 10 58 pressure. The boys continue
to grow in confidence and with many defensive de-
Hitchings as ever relished lost Hepburn 13 6 84
skills and with five straight flections and a more settled
the tempo of the game and Best - D. Trickey, R. Watts, play. Hepburn increased
wins are certainly getting
never gave up. The Blues can
regroup for the home match
T. McGregor, J. Layley, M.
Smith-Bye, R. Bongart.
 good at singing the club
its physical intensity on the
girls when they had a lead,
Bacchus Marsh Soccer
against Waubra next week. The Under 18s plummeted song. The experienced play-
which had the second and Results - Round 6
to earth with their first loss ers such as Ben Conroy
Final Score - Ballan 4 7 third quarters with only a
of the year. Hepburn were at and Cody Gates were able
31 lost Hepburn 21 14 140 goal in it. Meagan Mullane Under 13s Open
their best right from the start to open the game up and
Best - J. Wilkinson, S. Hitch- managed many deflections
and the Blues defence was gave the Blues the edge they Bacchus Marsh (1) lost Ballarat North United (7)
ings, J. Wilkie, L. Souter, A. when they were needed and
under relentless pressure. needed. They have every
Mullane, S. Sher. Tamara Hodge was shoot- Goal - Dale Catajar (1).
Connor McLeod did a great chance of continuing that
The Reserves took on the ing with great accuracy. This
job given the sustained pres- string of wins when they
ladder leaders but they was a full team effort and in Under 15s
sure he was under, but the take on Waubra next week. 



opened with a real sense of the end Ballan secured the
Hepburn squad was just too Final Score - Ballan. 3 0 18 victory by 5 goals. Bacchus Marsh Yellow (13) def Buninyong (3)
urgency and at the first break def Hepburn. 2 1 13


they had a two goal lead. mobile and out ran the Blues. Final score - Ballan 34 def Goals - Gracjan Piotrowski (5), Harry Barnes (6), Noah
On their home ground the Best - H Brown, B Rafa, B Hepburn 29.
They went kick for kick with Simmons (1), Nicolas Varela (1)
Burras were dominant and Conroy, C Gates, C Rapa, C Hepburn were quite the
their opponents in the next
had winners on every line. Mathieson. challenging opponents this Bacchus Marsh Blue (0) lost Sebastopol Vikings (1).
two quarters with Oliver
Powell instrumental in the Hayden Thompson did have week for the C Grade girls.
ruck and gave the Blues the his fair share of the ball and Netball Jodie Mullane and Ash Under 16 Girls
edge. Watts roved superbly Lachlan Conlan was thrown The A Grade team came McPhee worked hard in de- Bacchus Marsh (2) lost Buninyong (5)
along with David O’Hanlon. into the backline to stem the together this week ready fence, with Jess Gellie step-
pressure. ping up this week to also Goals - Eliza Schembri (1), Halee Giordmaina (1).
Billy Smith suffered a neck to play for each other and
strainn but bound to get bet- Final Score - Ballan 3 7 25 ready to get a win on the play a great game.
lost Hepburn 22 11 143 Senior Women’s Div. 1
ter for next week’s encounter. board. A strong start al- Finals score - Hepburn 75
When Powell was injured in Best - C Brown, C McLeod, lowed Ballan to take control def Ballan 5. Bacchus Marsh (0) lost Ballarat North United (15).

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