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HANDS ON - (L-R) Bacchus Marsh West Golf Club captain Mick Hay, Ballan Golf Club captain Shaun O’Dea and Bacchus Marsh Golf Club captain Roger Suter fight for the Moorabool Cup Trophy (donated

Cup up for grabs
by the BM Community Bank Branch). Photo – Michael McLeod

By Jessica Howard trophy designed to promote golf and Michael McLeod, from Bacchus Marsh The Moorabool Cup sees all male,
club interaction in the region. West Golf Club, said the first round of female and junior members compete
Local golf clubs have teed off for the the competition saw over 90 players
One round of stableford golf is played at together, with a presentation dinner
inaugural Moorabool Cup. each of the three competing clubs, with aged between eight and 88. hosted by each club after the final round.
Bacchus Marsh West, Ballan and the cup awarded to the club with the “The Cup was conceived to promote This year’s presentation will be hosted
Bacchus Marsh golf clubs commenced best overall score after three rounds. golf and interclub contact, to work on
round one of the competition at Ballan by Bacchus Marsh West.
A winner will be chosen by adding the strategies to increase participation,
on Saturday July 15. particularly ladies and juniors,” he said. Round two of the competition will be
scores and dividing it by the number of
A home ground victory saw Ballan players. A companion trophy will name “It is hoped interest in the Cup will lead held at 12:30pm on Saturday September
narrowly take the win from Bacchus the best individual player from each to a larger and broader competition. 16 at Bacchus Marsh Golf Club, with the
Marsh West, followed by Bacchus Marsh. round, encouraging players to compete People will visit their local golf club, play final round the be held at Bacchus Marsh
The Moorabool Cup is an interclub in all three rounds. a round and maybe even join”. West Golf Club on Saturday October 21.

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Prepare to go the whole Way
By Jessica Howard

It’s been a long time coming, but the Halletts/O’Leary Way
southern extension project is just days away from completion.
The major milestone is the largest infrastructure project
ever delivered by Moorabool Shire Council, and will provide
a western link road for Bacchus Marsh.
Significant weather delays, including flooding of the
Werribee River, pushed back the completion date of the
1.4-kilometre extension, however the new road, modelled to
carry 10,000-12,000 vehicles per day is well worth the wait.
The project also includes the construction of a dual
lane bridge over the Werribee River, road widening and
construction of a new roundabout and a shared path on the
west side and pedestrian path on the east.
A pump station will be installed at Maddingley Weir with
40ML/day capacity to service the future of the Bacchus
Marsh irrigation district, complementing the installation
of significant stormwater drainage along the 2km in length
To celebrate the achievement, council will be hosting an
official opening ceremony alongside the first ever Moorabool
Run 4 Fun on Sunday August 13.
The event will include project presentations, kid’s activities
and a fun run along sections of the new road.
Moorabool Shire Mayor, David Edwards will be among
runners on the day.
“This road extension project is one of the biggest road
projects we’ve undertaken in Moorabool and will be a
fantastic asset for the community,” he said.
“I encourage residents to bring their friends, families or
work colleagues and join in the fun at the official opening -
either running, jogging or walking part of the new alignment
before it is opened to traffic.
Moorabool Run 4 Run is free, however residents who would
like to participate in one of the three fun run courses are
encouraged to register.
Registrations and further information about the event is Moorabool Mayor David Edwards prepares to participate in the Moorabool 4 Fun Run with his dog Tilly, after the official
available on Council’s website: opening of Halletts and O’Leary Way on Sunday 13 August. Photo – Jessica Howard


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First nationally
FREE jab for teens
By Jessica Howard castle, so I really thought The National REB awards
we were just making up saw more than 900 attend-
Rayner First National numbers. ees gather to recognise the
has been crowned one of “This is a huge result for nation’s leading real estate
Australia’s top real estate a little agency in Bacchus agents, property managers,
By Jessica Howard said in 2016, the most common strand of professionals. Marsh and Ballan and is a auctioneers, innovators and
invasive meningococcal disease was the W The Bacchus Marsh office testament to all of our staff. market leaders.
Moorabool teens will be offered free strand. was awarded the Regional I nominated Brooke for her Rayner First National were
vaccines against a potentially deadly strain “Council offering this service to those aged Sales Office of the Year at the award as she has done so eligible for less than half of
of meningococcal disease. 15 to 19, who didn’t receive it at school, is National Real Estate Busi- much in setting up this busi- the 27 award categories and
Residents aged 15-19 who haven’t been ness Awards in Sydney on ness and networking; and
highly important,” he said. were one of just two agents
vaccinated against the Meningococcal W July 6. just doing an amazing job in
Booking are essential for the free service, throughout the country to
strand can receive the free vaccination at Team member, Brooke everything that she does”.
which will commence at 8:30am on Saturday. take out two awards on the
the Lerderderg Library in Bacchus Marsh on McGrath also took out Re- Ms McGrath has been night.
Saturday July 29. Teenagers under the age of 18 must have gional Property Manager of working in the real estate
parental consent to be vaccinated. the Year. industry for five years, with “The only other agent to
The free vaccination session, provided by take home two awards was
A consent form is available on Council’s Owner, Marcus Rayner said the last two spent at Rayner
Moorabool Shire Council’s environmental one in Queensland that
website under Latest News: www.moorbaool. he was blown away by the First National.
health team, will ensure more of the employs 250-people, that and can be printed and scanned. result. “I still can’t believe [I won], it
community is vaccinated by offering the compared to our staff of 20
Consent forms can be brought along on the “I could never have imag- is just crazy. I feel absolutely
service to teenagers who missed it at school, shows how great a result
ined that we would take out blessed and grateful to have
or don’t attend school. day or taken into one of Council’s offices in these awards are for us,” Mr
such a big award. We were the opportunity to work for
The Meningococcal W vaccine was this year Darley, Lerderderg Library or Ballan prior to up against a huge number of Marcus and Leanne Rayner. Rayner said.
added to secondary school schedules by the July 27. real estates throughout the This award would not have Rayner First National is lo-
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The Lal Lal Wind Farm has been established to provide ongoing support to the local
community. The community benefit fund is overseen by the Lal Lal Wind Farm
Community Reference Group, which is made up of community volunteers.
The community benefit fund provides funding for projects of social, economic or
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On the right path Newborns in
By Jessica Howard the district
Elaine pedestrians, includ-
ing school children, can
now walk safely along the
Midland Highway thanks
to a new footpath linking
the recreational reserve with
shops and bus stops.
The new footpath stretches
from the corner of Pearsons
Road and Midland Highway
to the Elaine General Store.
A section of kerb also pro-
vides a safer location for
pedestrians to cross the
highway, with the path con-
tinuing to the Elaine Recrea-
tional Reserve.
Member for Buninyong, It is a boy for first time parents Chloe-Ann and Dylan from
Geoff Howard said the new Melton. Little Kaidyn arrived at 5.30pm on Thursday 13
July and weighed 3310 grams.
footpath builds on previous
safety improvements, which
saw the 80k/h speed zone
moved to the southern side
of the reserve, reducing the
Megan Farhall and Nicholas Pantzidis walk safely along the new path that leads to the Recreation
previous limit from 100k/h.
Reserve, under the watchful eye of Moorabool Mayor David Edwards. Photo – Helen Tatchell.
“When Shane Dunne from
the cricket club raised his path, limited access to the “The footpath has been on pavement.
concerns that children recreation reserve meant he the master plan for years and “Following community
getting off the school bus often walked up to 13 chil- years but it was never acted consultations, we worked
couldn’t safety walk to the dren along the side of the upon. VicRoads and Moora- with local residents and
recreation reserve, I organ- busy highway. bool Shire have now worked neighbouring property
ised for VicRoads and Moor- “There was never any ac- together to make it happen owners to secure the land
abool Shire to investigate the cess to the recreation reserve and anyone who catches the required for the footpath to
issue,” he said. other than down the Mid- school bus now has a safe be constructed” he said.
“The Andrews Govern- land Highway. It didn’t con- passage down to the reserve, “Local children will now
ment responded by invest- nect up with the township which is really good to see”. benefit from a safer pathway
ing $100,000 to build a new at all and the safety of our Moorabool Shire Mayor, to walk from the school bus Little Luna-Valencia has joined the Garcia family from
footpath”. children was paramount, so David Edwards said council and the local shops to enjoy Melton. Arriving on Thursday 13 July at 12.23pm, she
Elaine father of four, Shane something had to be done,” worked with local residents training and recreational ac- weighed 3140 grams. Luna is welcomed by her parents
Dunne said prior to the foot- he said. to finalise the location for the tivity here at the reserve.” Susan and Jose along with two other siblings.

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Anniversary for an institution Council
comes to
By Jessica Howard

It’s been 80-years since the first resi-
dents of Lady Northcote Farm School

the party
arrived at Glenmore.
The farm was set up to house and
educate British children, with the first
group arriving on July 26, 1937.
Funded from a bequest by Lady By Kate Taylor
Northcote, wife of Australia’s second
Governor-General, the farm was the Moorabool Shire Council will pay around $200,000 for road
only institution in Victoria to have and footpath works outside Gordon Primary School.
been constructed specifically for child A recent council meeting held to discuss the draft budget
migrants. saw school Principal Russel Cowan, along with parents, ad-
Between 1937 and 1958, the farm was dress the meeting in support of nearly 30 submissions re-
home to 273 children. Today it is a questing the works to end the dangerous traffic and parking
YMCA recreational youth camp. conditions.
Only four of the original 12 houses Dicker St is a single lane road which is struggling to cope
remain at the farm, which was heritage with the increase in traffic coming from rapid growth at the
listed in 2008. Four-years-later, mem- school, resulting in many stories of near-misses between cars
bers of the Old Northcotians Associa- and students at busy drop-off and pick-up times.
tion secured State Government fund- The meeting heard a number of ideas put forward to fix the
ing in order to restore House 12. problem, including seeking state government funding, or a
special charge for local residents for the project, or even put-
Lady Northcote Recreation Camp
ting in a crossing and training teachers to supervise it.
manager, Rob Cummins said the an-
But the Moorabool News heard last week that the works
niversary of 80-years would provide an
will go ahead out of an ‘unallocated amount’ in the council
insight into the history of the farm.
budget’s capital works category.
He said the restored cottage would “Council has allocated $200,000 in 2017/18 to construct the
stand as a historic gallery for those vis- road and on-street carparking in Dicker Street, Gordon, at
iting the site. the front of the Primary School,” Council CEO Rob Croxford
“Campers will be able to go through confirmed.
House 12 and see the history of Lady But with no design yet in place, construction will not com-
Northcote and what used to occur back Mal Rogers before his arrival at Lady Northcote.
mence until next year.
when it was a farm school all those “A design and consultation process is required in the com-
Mal Rogers, who called Lady North- and living in the area”.
years ago. ing months and construction is likely to occur in late sum-
cote home for some years, said it Lady Northcote will celebrate the past
“On July 26, it’s been 80-years since mer or autumn 2018.”
was important to preserve the farm’s eight decades on Wednesday July 26
the opening, so it’s only fitting that we
from 11am. The camp is located at 1273
Principal Cowan is “stoked” with the announcement, which
open the house on that day”. will make drop-off and pick-up times safer for students.
While few pre-war Northcotions re- “It’s been 80-years since it first opened
Glenmore Road, Glenmore. For more “Council has responded to the concerns of the community,
main, the anniversary will welcome and while I’m just a youngin’, there are information, or to RSVP, contact 5369 we really appreciate that, and we’re ready to work with them
former residents of all ages. still some of the original people alive 2224 or on this,” Principal Cowan said.

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Light to shine on siberia
Nightly visit By Kate Taylor to the draft council budget be-
cause the budget did not include

through Moorabool
Moving football ground lights is funding for the project.
expensive work – and Moorabool “…a project that Michael had
Shire Council is set to contribute been working through with
$75,000 to it. council officers for some time,”
The July council meeting heard the post noted.
a motion in Urgent Business, “With the club currently field-
By Jessica Howard
moved by East Ward Councillor ing 16 teams across juniors, sen-
Jarrod Bingham, for the money

Moorabool News
Moorabool residents have a second Member of
The iors and woman’s football, this

chance to spot a steam train travel to be drawn from the East Ward project is required to increase
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It’s part of a partnership to have football participation levels.
tions will farewell the Murrayville
new lights at the Maddingley “Lighting up the clubs second
Broad Gauge with an evening de-
ground. oval at Siberia will further in-
parture from Melbourne’s Southern
Cross Station this Friday (July 21). Councillors voted to support crease the clubs use of facilities
an application by the Bacchus by allowing junior night training
The locomotive will climb up the
Marsh Football and Netball Club at Siberia Oval taking signifi-
Pentlands through Bacchus Marsh,
Inc to Sports and Recreation Vic- cant pressure off the clubs main
on through Ballarat, Maryborough
toria’s 2017/18 Country Football oval, which is struggling with
and the cropping areas of the Mallee Netball Program for the instal- overuse.”
to arrive at Ouyen, Mildura at 7am lation of 150 lux lighting on new Mr Kennedy went on to an-
on Saturday morning. poles at the Maddingley Park nounce the funding, and the
Vintage Rail Travel/707 Operations Football main ground at a total club’s response.
is an all-volunteer mainline heritage cost of $200,000. “We are pleased to say that dur-
group that restores and maintains a It includes relocating the exist- ing “Urgent Business” at the end
fleet of heritage steam and diesel lo-

ing lights to the Siberia ground
The steam locomotive travels to Ballarat from Melbourne, passing through Ballan near the Bostock Reservoir on the Ballan-Gordon Road. Photo – Helen Tatchell

of the council meeting, council-
comotives for operation on Victoria’s at a cost of $50,000. lors voted and agreed to amend
rail network. The deal is subject to the success- the 2017/18 budget and provide
The historic Murrayville Broad ful $100,000 SRV grant, as well as for a $75,000 contribution, sub-
Hundreds of people lined the route last and Ballan, on its way to Ballarat. An and 50 years on they are still able to
Gauge is expected to travel through
By Helen Tatchell

It was a steam rail spectacular
Saturday to catch a rare glimpse of these
steam locomotives, with photographers
awesome journey indeed.
“The delay, which had keen onlookers
operate these specials, a testament to
those who had the vision and sheer
the contributions of $75,000 from ject to the club being successful
Bacchus Marsh at around 10pm on throughout Moorabool, even if the wait
was two and a half hours for a two and a
clicking with glee.
A spokesperson on the Steamrail
waiting for a number of extra hours, was
caused by a late departure at Southern
determination in the early days of
preservation. the Bacchus Marsh Football Net- in a State Government Country
Victoria facebook page said it takes a lot
ball Club and the $75,000 from Football & Netball Program
half second glimpse. Cross, then a fire box had to be dropped “This event is a celebration of not just
of man hours and many thousands of
Three ‘VR’ passenger locomotives, D3 just out of Bacchus Marsh and held the the trains but the passionate people who
dollars to get these trains on the tracks

It can also be sighted in Lal Lal at council. grant of $100,000.
639, A2 986 and an R761 climbed the train up for quite some time. have contributed to the success over
and out into regional Victoira.
up the Pentlands and onto
steep terrain “But the volunteers worked hard to get those 50 years.”
“I think it is only fair to say, it is

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Ingliston Bank from Southern Cross it ‘back on track’ and rolling again.” The Moorabool communities hope they
It will also see council officers “In our talks with AFL Victoria,
appreciated by every person that
station, to Ballarat, Geelong and back to came along to see the train head out In 1965 the Steam Preservation continue to capture the imagination of

on its way to North Geelong.
Melbourne. from Melbourne, via Bacchus Marsh Coordinating Committee was formed many for the next 50 years.
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Lost and Found 20 good reasons
By Jessica Howard

Bacchus Marsh may not
have an ice rink, but that
doesn’t stop young Connor
Sidari-Alley from excelling
at ice hockey.
The 13-year-old Bacchus
Marsh College student
wakes at 7am on Saturdays
and 3:30am on Sundays to
travel to the Olympic Ice
Skating Centre in Oakleigh.
During the week, he trains at
Ziggys Gym in Maddingley
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Connor’s dedication to the
sport has led to his selection
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in the upcoming Ginsberg
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Connor spent a gruelling
four-weeks trying out for the
Victorian team, with only a
handful of players selected.
“I was really happy and Pucks for sale - (L-R) Connor Sidari-Alley with Sharyn Baxter.
excited to be selected in the Photo – Jessica Howard
final team,” Connor said.
“I am looking forward to cafe in Bacchus Marsh. Connor since he was just
playing against the best kids Owner, Sharyn Baxter a baby and he is really
in Australia”. said she was happy to help dedicated to his ice hockey,
While representing Victoria Connor and his family, who so I’m more than happy to
in ice hockey is an honour, it she has known for many help with the fundraiser for
incurs significant financial years. his trip”.
‘Didge’ Female Mastiff cross ‘Honey’ Female ‘Shadow’ Male Kelpie Black burden, with no scholarships “Connor and his parents
Tan approximately 4 years – Staffordshire Bull Terrier and Tan approximately 11 Connor will arrive in Perth
or funding. Connor and his travel to Oakleigh every
Available for Adoption cross Tan and White – months – Available for for the Ginsberg National
Special Needs Adoption Adoption family must bear the cost of weekend, sometimes going
travel, accommodation and Ice Hockey Tournament on
in as early as 4am and then
uniforms. coming home and going August 8.
Lost or Found a dog or cat? Keep up to date with impounded animals on
As a result, Connor has back at 4pm” she said. The signed ice-hockey
Council’s Pet Adoption Facebook page – Moorabool Pet Adoption.
personally signed 20 ice “It is an expensive sport pucks are on sale for $20
(MSC DAB 2016-003) hockey pucks, which are on with no financial aid each at Micky B’z, 176 Main
For more information contact Council Customer Service on 5366 7100. sale for $20 each at Micky B’z whatsoever. I have known Street Bacchus Marsh.

Moorabool Shire Council
The next Ordinary Meeting of Council will be held Wednesday 2 August, 2017 in the MANAGEMENT SERVICES
Council Chambers, 15 Stead St, Ballan, commencing at 5.00pm. The Bacchus Marsh Public Hall Committee of Management is seeking a provider to manage
Members of the public are most welcome to attend. their website, including page content, the
underlying content management system, domain name renewals and website hosting.
COMMITTEE MEETING For more information please go to or contact
The next committee meeting will be of the Social Development Advisory Committee,
Expressions of Interest close 31 July, 2017.
on Wednesday 19 July, 2017, in the James Young Room, Lerderderg Library, 215 Main St,
Bacchus Marsh, commencing at 4.00pm.
Members of the public are most welcome to attend.
Council is calling on all residents aged 15-19 who haven’t been vaccinated against the
meningococcal W strand, to register and attend a free vaccination session later this month.
Council invites applications for the existing vacancies: Council’s Community Safety officers will be giving the vaccination at Lerderderg Library, 215
Main St, Bacchus Marsh, on Saturday 18 July, from 8.30am.
Re-Advertised - Civil Engineering Construction Supervisor -
Full-Time Band 5 or Band 6 position depending on experience Booking are essential for this session.
(commencing at either $63,040 or $76,847 + 9.5% superannuation). Bookings can be made by phoning Council’s Community Health and Safety department on
New Advertisement – Finance Officer – Part-Time 30 hours per week 5366 7100 or emailing Teens aged under 18 must have
Band 5 position (commencing at $63,040 Pro-rata + superannuation) parental consent to be vaccinated. A consent form is available on Council’s website under Latest
Please note: Correction change of closing date is Friday 21 July 2017 News: and can be printed and scanned back or brought into
(not 04/08/17 as previous advertised) one of Council’s offices in Darley, Lerderderg Library or Ballan.
Revenue Officer – Full Time or Job Share Position. To read more about the vaccination, go to
Applications close on Friday 28 July 2017. health/immunisation/vaccination-adolescents/secondary-school
All details available from the website:

Moorabool Shire Council: PO Box 18, Ballan VIC 3342 Telephone: 03 5366 7100 Facsimile: 03 5368 1757 CEO: Rob Croxford
Email: Web: Facebook: Moorabool Shire Council Twitter: @mooraboolshire
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One punch
thug facing jail
By Jessica Howard and leave the venue. The man was taken
to Sunshine Hospital with a sore head and
A 22-year-old is facing jail time after a neck.
one punch attack that left a father-of-two CCTV footage obtained by police the
unconscious. following day revealed the identity of Jones,
Craig Jones allegedly punched the victim in who attended the Bacchus Marsh Police
the head while in the presence of the man’s Station on February 12.
wife and two children, aged five and 12. Jones made full admissions to police, stating
The incident occurred at a Bacchus Marsh that when approached by the victim, he felt

Parks set to blossom
hotel at around 8pm on February 1 this year. threatened and acted in self-defence.
Jones’ defence lawyer asked Magistrate
Jones appeared in the Bacchus Marsh
Gregory Robinson for a sentencing
Magistrates Court on Friday (July 14) charged
indication, submitting that his client should
By Jessica Howard member, Edith Paarharmer Ms Paarhammer said works with intentionally cause injury.
receive an adjourned undertaking with
said the community group were generously funded The court heard the victim and his family conditions including anger management.
Ballan students are set to will now join forces with by the former Ballan Quilt were having dinner at the Bacchus Marsh
plant the seed for the town a class of Ballan Primary Group and the Ballan Farm- However, Magistrate Robinson rejected
venue, and were seated within about ten- the submission, stating that if Jones were to
centre’s new pocket parks. School students, who will ers Market.
The small outdoor areas are plant a collection of citrus metres of the accused and his ten male plead guilty, he would be imprisoned for one
“This is very much a com-
located on Edols Street and trees throughout the parks. munity project and it is great friends. month.
where Steiglitz Street once “The planting sessions are to see the Shire and the local The group of men were allegedly using “There is no justification for that type of
met Jopling Street, prior about ownership,” she said. schools taking interest in inappropriate language, resulting in the behaviour in any way,” he said.
to being changed to no- “Many students will walk beautifying our town. victim’s wife approaching the group and “A man who was accompanied by his wife
through roads. through the two parks on “While two parks are cur- and kids made [the accused], who stood with
asking them to be wary of the young children
The Ballan Arboretum their way to school and by rently in the works, there are ten of his mates, feel threatened? Absolutely
Group have been work- planting their own trees, about seven or eight other not.
ing with Moorabool Shire they will be able to take areas in Ballan that have the Jones allegedly responded to the woman by
Council to create the small “That is violent thuggery and other young
ownership by caring for potential to be turned into swearing and stating, “I can say whatever I
parks on pieces of land that more pocket parks. This is men need to know that this behaviour is not
and learning about them. f***ing want in front of your kids”.
are accessible to the general just the beginning, but it is a okay. The victim could have died, and right
This project will also enable The victim then approached Jones, who hit
public. the students to understand lovely beginning”. in front of his wife and kids”.
the man in the head, forcing him to land on Following the sentencing indication, Jones
Early works have included the importance of trees and The planting sessions will
new footpaths and connec- what they can do for both the ground and fall unconscious for some will plead not guilty to the charge, with a
commence in early August.
tions to old ones. the environment and us as For more information, visit time. contest mention to be heard in Ballarat with
Ballan Arboretum Group humans”. Jones proceeded to step over the victim a date to be set in the near future.

Environmental Opinion

with Tom Kingston

Pollution, people and democracy
This week’s article contains a tale of public meetings with rooms full of people there were SWAT police in full body gear. It But they are being misled. This conclusion is
two cities, Michigan USA and Canberra waving jugs of dirty water in front of was very intimidating. Before the meeting only reached through modelling prepared
Australia. Both tales ask the same question, elected officials. Still nothing happened. It even started, the Chief of Police got on stage by a private consultancy for the Finkel
is there anyone out there in power looking wasn’t until data became available from an and said that if anybody acted disorderly Review that deliberately ignores certain new
after us? investigative journalist, a local paediatrician or caused any nonsense, they would be technologies such as battery storage that can
Five Michigan officials have been charged and a Virginia Tech professional, that NGOs immediately taken out and arrested.’ Six provide grid security and replace coal-fired
in the past month with involuntary and the media began taking the Flint Water people were arrested that night, for offences generation at a much cheaper cost than gas.’
manslaughter for their role in an unfolding issue seriously. Even after finally admitting as serious as refusing to remove a hat. None
RenewEconomy goes on, ‘The detailed
health crisis in Flint, Michigan. This there was an issue, officials delayed action were ultimately charged.
modelling – prepared by consultancy Jacobs
crisis has included at least 12 deaths for years. Has the world of George Orwell’s 1984 for the panel led by chief scientist Dr Alan
from Legionnaires’ disease, in addition Interestingly when General Motors said arrived?
Finkel – also ignores recent big falls in the
to the possible lead poisoning of a whole they couldn’t use Flint water because it was And now for Canberra - it would be remise of costs of wind and solar, and over-estimates
population. The people of Flint were aware corroding the car parts, they were switched me not to mention the Finkel Review into our the cost to build new wind and solar plants.’
that something was wrong from the moment back to Detroit water. But, when the Flint energy network emanating from Canberra.
According to page 100 of the Finkel Report,
their water was switched over to the Flint residents asked to be switched back, because If you would like to read an interesting
a report Tony Abbott dismissed without
River in April 2014. They just couldn’t get we were being corroded inside, they were article on this Review might I suggest you
reading, it is now cheaper to build a new
anyone to listen. not switched back. What of the voices of local go to the web and read
solar or wind power station than coal or gas.
‘Even my dog stopped drinking the water. people in all this? au. is a web-site
And it stank. It was awful. We all knew. Finally, and far more worryingly, the mayor focusing on clean energy news and analysis, Indeed, with due acknowledgement to
And we started warning other people, but for Flint called a public meeting to discuss as well as climate policy. According to Charles Dickens, ‘it is the best of times, it is
they were all telling us we were crazy’, one the water issues. Residents crowded into a RenewEconomy, ‘the Australian public and the worst of times, it is the age of wisdom,
local reported. It wasn’t just the government local church for a rare opportunity to voice the Coalition party room are being told that it is the age of foolishness, it is the epoch of
that ignored the people of Flint. The people their concerns to local officials. This is a allowing coal-fired generators to continue belief, it is the epoch of incredulity, it is the
of Flint were doing exactly what NGOs report of the meeting by some of the Flint beyond their 50-year life offers the cheapest season of Light, it is the season of Darkness.’
want them to do. They were holding big people. ‘When we walked into the building path to a transition to a low carbon economy. What is your opinion?
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Dear Editor, once restored bring a huge a warm thank you to Bun- attitude in striking special Cr Keogh’s logic perhaps, it
My name is Neil and I re- smile to many faces and nings in Melton for donating levies for Gordon residents is not such a bad idea, that
store pushbikes in Bacchus make a positive change in an air compressor which has for works. At first, I thought is if it is applied to the whole
Marsh for those in need (as these people’s lives. The made things so much easier, that this was the most ridicu- shire, it could save the rural
seen in The Moorabool News public response has been thank you Val. lous idea that cuts across the section of the shire the bur-
amazing! I started with just Dear Editor, basic logic of the first prin-
(13/06/2017). I distribute And last but not least, thank den of supporting Bacchus
them to local and surround- one bike and now it’s more you to my darling wife Jenny I refer to the report (Where ciple of council budgeting Marsh.
ing areas as well as to certain like 201. for driving me around to col- does the truth lie?) in the and funding of works. The Tony Lynch
charities that assist in distri- My thanks also go to The lect bikes, accessories and so Moorabool News on 4 July notion that a small section
bution all over Australia and Moorabool News for running forth, as I would surely get 2017 by Kate Taylor. The re- of the shire should be levied
overseas. a story about my bikes, I lost without her due to my porters view of events is a for works, albeit that not all
I would like to thank all of certainly did not expect to own memory loss. sad indictment on the gov- of those levied would benefit
the kind people who have make front page news! Neil Harris ernance of our shire. Of no- from the works, is absurd.
donated these bikes, which I would also like to extend Bacchus Marsh. table revelation is Cr Keogh’s However having rethought

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Bacchus Marsh & District Garden Club Bacchus Marsh Christian Church
Meeting 2nd Tuesday of each month, 7.30pm at The Sunday Services 10am with kids program.
Ballan & District Community House Laurels, 229 Main St Bacchus Marsh. Guest Speakers. 222 Main St, Bacchus Marsh. Enquiries 9028 2622.
Rear Mechanics Hall, Ballan. Term 3 program – OUT Supper after each meeting. All Welcome. Enquiries -
NOW. All enquiries, bookings, classes & venue hire - call Wendy 5367 4170.
5368 1934. Bacchus Marsh Uniting Church Parish
Lal Lal Moorabool Photographic Group Inc Services - St Andrew’s 9.30am every Sunday. Pentland
Darley Neighbourhood House & Learning Centre,
33-35 Jonathan Drive Darley. Short courses and classes. Meeting 3rd Wednesday each month, 7pm. Soldiers Hills 2pm 1st Sunday of month. Family ‘messy’ Church,
BM & District Photography Club - Meetings 2nd & 4th Memorial Hall, Lal Lal. Enquiries 5341 7535. 4.30pm (4th Sunday of month). Enquiries - 5367 2543
Wednesday of month, 7.30pm. Enquiries welcome. Phone Footscray Poultry Club (at Bacchus Marsh) (office).
5367 4390. Meetings held 2nd Sunday of month, 2pm. Poultry Holy Trinity Anglican Church - Bacchus Marsh
Melton South Community Centre Pavilion. Racecourse Rec. Reserve, Balliang-Bacchus Service Times - Bacchus Marsh - Sunday 8.30am &
Term 3 Program - out now. Bookings and enquiries call Marsh Rd, Bacchus Marsh. All welcome – Kerry 9741 9705. 10am; Balliang - 2nd Sunday 10.30am, 4th Sunday 9am.
9747 8576. Myrniong – 1st & 3rd Sunday 11am. Enquiries – 5367 5362. 
The Laurels – Bacchus Marsh Community College MARKETS Church of the Living God
229 Main Road, Bacchus Marsh. Courses and classes. Christian youth ministry and bible teaching. 2nd Sunday
Ballan Lions Club Market
Enquiries & enrolments - 5367 1061. of every month, 5pm. Open to all ages. At 14 Darcy St
Next market – Saturday 5 August. First Saturday each
month - Inglis St, Ballan – 9am-1pm. Enquiries – 0402 390 Maddingley. Enq – 0408 260 727.
MEETINGS 080 (Wayne). Bacchus Marsh Baptist Church
St Andrews Playgroup Bacchus Marsh Darley Market Sundays, 10:30am, Worship Service and Children’s
(Behind St Andrews Church) Cnr Gisborne Rd & Saturday 5 August, 1pm. 1st & 3rd Saturday each month Program.
Lerderderg St Bacchus Marsh. Monday-Friday 9am, 11am, at Darley Park Football Reserve. Enquiries – 0488 345 145 Phone 5367 6550 for more details.
1pm & 3pm. Enquiries – Cindy 0433 651 066. (Alan). Our Lady Help of Christians Korobeit
Moorabool Mission Recovery Group Ballan Farmers Market Mass every Saturday 6.30pm.
Struggling with addiction; Pain from the past; family Next Market – Saturday 12 August, 9am-1pm. Golden Harvest Christian Fellowship
member out of control? Meeting weekly - Wednesday, 2nd Saturday each month, Mill Cottage car park. Non denominational - Prayer every Sunday 10am, Men’s
12.30pm – Jean Oomes Room, Lerderderg Library, Bacchus Enq – 0498 361 291 or 0490 114 130. KYB Monday evenings 6pm. Ladies KYB Wednesday
Marsh. Enq- Pastor Merv Patton – 0412 290 036.
1pm. Further details – 0429 681 566.
Ballan Playgroup CHURCH
Every Tuesday of school Term. St Johns Anglican Church Bacchus Marsh Life Church
Hall - 9:30-11:30am. Enquiries - 0409 681 138 Anna or 0421 Anglican Parish of West Moorabool Meeting 10am every Sunday at the BM College Drama
905 558 Tamsin.  Ballan, Bungaree, Morrisons and Gordon Room, in Grant Street. Enquiries Pastor Merv - 0412 290
Service Times – Sunday 23 July - St John’s Bungaree, 9am; 036.
Ballan Anglers Inc
St John’s Ballan, 11am; St Mark’s in the pub Gordon, 5pm.
Meeting second Wednesday every month. Hudsons Hotel,
Enquiries - Glen Wesley on 5368 2730 for more details.
7.30pm. More anglers and families needed and welcome –
0400 003 936. Catholic Parish of Gordon
Mass Times - Saturday 22 July – Clarkes Hill, 6.30pm
Rose-Carers of Maddingley Park
Sunday 23 July - Gordon 8.45am; Ballan 10.30am.
Working Bees every 3rd Wednesday & Sunday of each
month. All welcome. Enquiries - 0418 171 119. Ballan Uniting Church (St. Paul’s)
Bacchus Marsh Family Drug Support Group Services – 1st, 2nd & 3rd Sundays 11.15am. 4th Sunday
For Family Members who have a loved one affected by 9.30am Reflective Worship.
drugs. Enquiries - 1300 660 068. B3 Community – Focused, family friendly church with a
Alanon Support Group - for families of alcoholics. difference. Services every 2nd & 4th Sundays at Avenue
Meets at 10.30am on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each Bowling Club, Main St, Bacchus Marsh.
month at the Uniting Church Hall, Gisborne Road, St Bernard’s Bacchus Marsh Catholic Church
Bacchus Marsh. Enq - 0421 222 717. Mass Times – Saturday- 5pm; Sunday – 8.30am & 10am.
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Perfect Central Position Private sale
quicker than
also experienced signifi-
cant improvements over the
year with homes spending
77 days on market in June,
37.5 days less than the same
month last year.
Increased buyer interest
was also recorded in Wan-
garatta and Ocean Grove
with homes selling 33 days
faster than 2016 figures in
a median of 36 and 49 days
Joseph Walton Other regional towns expe-
President, Reiv riencing improvements in
their private sale markets in-
The state’s property market clude Drouin, down 29 days
82 Masons Lane, Bacchus Marsh continues to perform strong- over the year to a median of
ly with homes in regional 32 days on market; Clifton
Price: $435,000 Victoria taking a median of Springs, falling 26.5 days
over the year to a median of
This extremely well presented home is set on a generous 55 days to sell in June - 11
days less than the same pe- 39 days on market; Bannock-
block of 898m2, in central Bacchus Marsh. Walking burn, down 26 days over the
riod last year.
distance to schools, Main St and all town amenities. year to a median of 49 days;
New REIV data shows
Featuring 3 good sized bedrooms all with BIRs & ensuite and Warragul, falling 25.5
homes in multiple regional
to master, a large comfortable lounge & light filled days over the year to a me-
towns sold significantly fast-
kitchen/meals area. There is 2 split systems to provide dian of 29 days on market.
er in June with the median
Meanwhile, the Geelong
all year round comfort & a large covered pergola area days on market falling by
suburb of Waurn Ponds was
for entertaining which overlooks the spacious backyard double-digits over the year.
one of the state’s best per-
complete with garden shed, small water tank & fruit A decline in the number of
forming private sale markets
days a home takes to sell
trees. With a double fully secured carport, including in June with homes spend-
typically indicates increased ing just 22 days on market
rear access, this property won’t last long & is ideal for buyer interest in a particular – 20 days less than the same
an owner occupier or investor. town or region. period last year.
In the year to June 30, the This was followed by Corio
private sale market in the and Irymple where homes
tourist town of Hepburn spent just 27 days on the
Springs recorded one of the market in June, down 15 and
largest improvements with five days respectively on
homes selling in a median of June 2016 figures.
38 days - 68 days faster than Strong private sale markets
the same period last year. were also evident in Lara,
Homes also sold faster in Belmont and East Geelong
the coastal towns of Barwon with homes in these ar-
Heads and Cowes in a medi- eas selling in a median of 29
an of 45 and 69 days respec- days.
tively, both down by 51 days For more information on
on June 2016 figures. median days on market by
Kerang in the state’s north town, visit
140 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh 5367 2333
Arbee Real Estate

Fertile Hobby Farm Close To Ballarat & Creswick

15 Wattle Flat Road, Wattle Flat
You will fall in love when you take a tour of this beauty at Wattle Flat. This 18ha or 44.50 acre property,
with fertile soil & fenced paddocks, offers a tennis court, sweeping gardens, an area to shoot a few hoops
along with 70,000L of tank water, a stock & domestic bore providing quality drinking water, vegetable
gardens, solar panels producing 1kW of renewable energy, 6 x 6m garage, a wood & garden shed, horse
stable and a three bay machinery shed. Add this to a fabulous family home, and you have it all!
Price: $730,000

51 Lydiard Street South Agent: Chris Leonard
BALLARAT 0409 0409 23
Formerly Jens Gaunt Phone 5331 1111
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Bacchus Marsh 3, 5, 7 Dickie Street

3 Dickie Street
2 bed 1 bath weatherboard 887m2
OPEN 10:15AM TO 10:45AM
$400,000 TO $430,000
5 Dickie Street
3 bed 1 bath weatherboard 895m2
$440,000 TO $460,000
7 Dickie Street
Large 1079m2 Vacant block with views
$440,000 to $460,000

Office 2/137 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128

Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754
Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828

3 Dickie Street 5 Dickie Street 7 Dickie Street

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Bacchus Marsh 36 McFarland Street 3 1 2 Bacchus Marsh 435 Werribee Vale Road 3 2 2

Cute Cottage in Bacchus Marsh Central Private Sale Impressive Home on 2 acres Private Sale
This cute 3 bedroom home is situated This impressive property is in a quiet
in an outstanding location in town. Price $395,000 – $410,000 rural location, yet only 5 minutes Price $749,000
Within walking distance to the Village Inspect Saturday 12.00–12.30pm drive to Bacchus Marsh main street Inspect Saturday 1.30–2.00pm
Shopping Centre, Primary Schools shops, schools & train station. Easy
and public transport. Well maintained Office 2/137 Main Street, access to freeway, 50 minutes to CBD, Office 2/137 Main Street,
with internal and external painting. Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128 expansive north facing living areas, Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128
Recent additions include a new wide verandahs, & extensive outdoor
roof, a freshened up bathroom and Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754 entertainment area. Lovely valley views Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754
ducted heating and a reverse cycle overlooking market gardens to be
air conditioner. Landscaped gardens, Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828 enjoyed. Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828
single carport connected to the home
and car access to the back yard with a
good size garage with power.
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Arbee Real Estate

or email us at

Ian McDonald Steve Creese Daryl Gould Peter Leonard Denise Sniegowski
5367 2333 0475 888 101 0409 233 157 0429 671 990 0456 044 024
140 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh 5367 2333
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Rayner We put you first

• Opportunity to secure an amazing 60 acre property only 10 minutes into town.
• Views over Brisbane Ranges, Parwan creek & to the rear of the property views Auction: 12th August at 2pm
to the You Yangs & Corio Bay. Inspect: Saturday 22nd July
• Spacious 4 bedroom brick veneer double storey home.
2.00pm – 2.30pm
• Several shedding options that would accommodate cars, boats, motor bikes,
horses etc. which are all located within a short distance from the home. Contact: Graeme Rayner 0417 559 945
• Additional 5.93 acres of sugar gum plantation which is 11 years old and the Email:
property has been extensively re-vegetated with mature native trees and shrubs.


• Situated in a court location you will find this quality built 4 bedroom home. • Well-proportioned family home in the generous location of Grantleigh Estate.
• Sweeping concrete paved driveway & you are greeted by a double carport. Private Sale: $496,000 • Comprising of 4 bedrooms, separate study, 2 living areas & a kitchen suitable Private Sale: $538,000
• The home is elevated with a long welcoming colonial veranda & railing. Inspect: Saturday 22nd July for the largest of families. Inspect: Saturday 22nd July
• Impressive soaring timber cathedral ceilings & newly polished hardwood flooring • Spacious master suite comprises of a WIR & ensuite. Remaining 3 bdrms
1.15pm – 1.45pm 12.30pm – 1.00pm
in the lounge & newly sealed slate tiling in the formal dining area. consist of BIR with one of the bdrms have direct access to the bathroom.
• The kitchen has a pressed metal splashback & solid timber bench top & ample Contact: Marcus Rayner 0418 556 699 • Features include ducted heating & cooling, split system in the main living area, Contact: Marcus Rayner 0418 556 699
cabinets which wrap around to the informal living area. Email: SS appliances, Garden rear shed, color bond fencing, double lock up garage Email:
• Downstairs is a fully self-contained apartment. • Open plan dining/living, alfresco & open pergola area.


• 3 bdr, fully renovated, BIRs, new carpet & ceiling fans. • Simply stunning, immaculate 3 bedroom home, Master • 4 bedroom plus study home, approx. 35sq. • 4 BRs, well-designed & presented, central Bacchus Marsh.
• Ducted refrigerated heating & cooling. with ensuite & WIR. • Features study, large lounge, family room and kitchen. • Master BR has full ensuite, WIR & bay windows. 2nd &
• Open plan kitchen, walk-in pantry, Ceasar stone bench • 9’ ceilings & Tassie oak timber flooring throughout. • Stone island bench, walk in butler’s pantry, dishwasher. 3rd BRs boast double BIRs.
tops, Bosch dishwasher, Blanco 5 burner gas stove. • Open plan lounge, gas log fire, formal dining, separate • Master bedroom has its own private balcony with • Features incl formal lounge room, open plan kitchen/
• Dining & living with hardwood floors, built-in marble TV family with space heater. superb views of the river and hills beyond. dining area, family bathroom, separate toilet & laundry.
unit & leads out to the decked enclosed alfresco area. • Blackwood kitchen, loads of cupboard & pantry space. • Ensuite with double shower, separate WC & walk in robe. • Ducted heating and cooling, great pergola overlooking
• The outside entertaining area has a built in 4 burner gas • Elevated deck overlooking expansive backyard. Single • Other bedrooms are large with double built ins. backyard & established gardens, DLUG.
BBQ, bar fridge, sink, pendant lighting and a large corner garage with high ceilings and glass doors and window. • Ducted heating, evaporative cooling, alarm system, • All this on a generous 656m2 (approx.) block with quick
timber bench. double remote garage with internal access. and easy access to town.
Private Sale: $477,000 Private Sale: $449,000 Private Sale: $599,000-$615,000 Private Sale: $385,000
Inspect: Saturday 22nd July 11.00am–11.30am Inspect: Sunday 23rd July 12.30pm–1.00pm Inspect: Sunday 23rd July 11.45am–12.15 pm Inspect: Saturday 22nd July 10.15am–10.45am
Contact: Marcus Rayner 0418 556 699 Contact: Mark Davis 0458 224 405 Contact: Mark Davis 0458 224 405 Contact: Melonie Winch 0408 675 011
Email: Email: Email: Email:

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175 Main Street
Bacchus Marsh 5366 3600
Trade & Business
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Casual Positions
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150 years of service to the
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5348 2762 ALL HOURS APPLICATIONS CLOSE of Health and Human Services, particularly within the locations of Brimbank,
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EMPLOYMENT Darley Junior Football Netball Club
Round 11 v Sebastopol NETBALL
FOOTBALL U/11 Seniors
U/10 Seniors Darley 40 def Sebastopol 0. Goals – Milly Vallence 15, Bridie
Goals – Adam Harbright 3, Lachlan Bartolo 2, Rhys Younger, Shanahan 11, Addison Wright 8, Macey O’Hehir 6. Awards –
MC Drivers Required
Nature Lonnie Ford, Noah Jahansen, Jakob Bankowski 1, Archie Ava Densley, Mia Hayes, Milly Vallence.
Colbron, Lachlan Kaye, Ethan Matthew. Awards – Jakob
Full Time and Casual Positions Available U/11 Reserves
Bankowski, Kai Watkins, Noah Johansen, Lonnie Forde,
Black Mount Spring WaterMC is aDrivers
well Required
established supplier of bulk spring Adam Harbright, Luke Prior, Lachlan Kaye, Jack Moore, Darley 23 def Sebastopol 1. Goals – Alanah Tango 15, Shanayd
water operating a fleetFullofTime B and
Double tankers throughout Victoria, NSW,
Casual Positions Available
Bayliss Mifsud. Spence 3, Lila Dugan 3, Reese Perry 2. Awards – Amber
Queensland and
Black Mount WA.
Spring Water is a well established supplier of bulk spring water operating a fleet U/10 Reserves Milner, Shanayd Spence, Alanah Tango.
U/13 Seniors
of B Double tankers throughout Victoria, NSW, Queensland and WA.
Due to increased demand we require experienced drivers for both full Goals – Rolan Decourcy 2, Isabella Faralla, Memphis Watts,
time and casual work servicing the Melbourne & Albury areas from our
Due to increased demand we require experienced drivers for both full time and casual work
servicing the Melbourne & Albury areas from our depot at Gordon, Victoria. (15kms from
Billy Ferella 1, John McCann. Awards – Isabella Faralla, Jedd Darley 9 lost Sebastopol 28. Goals – Eliza Tango 5, Takeya
depot atBallarat).
Gordon, Victoria. (15kms from Ballarat). Rose, Roland De Courcy, Oliver De Courcy, Billy Ferella. Tanner 4. Awards – Takeya Tanner, Tahlia Macauley.
Immediate start is available.
Immediate start is available. U/10 Development U/13 Reserves
Goals – Lachlan Hunter 13, Declan Johansen 2, Isaiah
Excellent equipment with safe, clean and straight forward loading.

Excellent equipment
The successful with
candidate will: safe, clean and straight forward loading. Darley 16 def Sebastopol 13. Goals – Charlotte Drevensek 12,
Copeman. Awards – Lachlan Hunter, Max Oakley, Lincoln
The successful
have ancandidate will:record and be able to provide current Driver History
hold a Multi Combination Licence
Ava Densley 4. Awards – Ruby Gellie, Destiny Stewart.
- excellent, safe driving
Giles, Zavier Kaushal.
U/15 Seniors
- hold --a Multi Combination
be well presented Licence
with a neat, clean & tidy appearance
U/12 Seniors
Darley 36 def Sebastopol 21. Goals – Ella Cook 19, Kaylee
have a good work ethic and positive attitude
- have-- anbe excellent, safe
able to provide referencesdriving
to support record and
excellent work
pass a pre-employment medical at the company’s request
be able to provide
Darley 5-3-33 def Sebastopol 3-8-26. Goals – Harry Coller 2,
current Driver History Report
To apply, please forward your resume to Joel Freeman 1, Kristian Williams, Aidyn Bartolo. Awards – Banner 17.
- be For
well presented with a neat, clean & tidy appearance
any queries please contact Mark Duffy on 0407 689 696.
Nic Cadman, Kade Champness, Tane Powell, Seth Fawcett, U/15 Reserves
- have a good work ethic and positive attitude Decon Fawcett, Ben James. Darley 22 lost Sebastopol 25. Goals – Makita Spence 13, Edyn
- be able to provide references to support excellent work history U/12 Reserves Thomas 5, Tenaya Mills 4.
- pass a pre-employment medical at the company’s request Darley 2-3-15 def Sebastopol 2-1-13. Goals – Tyler Mitchell U/17 Seniors
To apply, please forward your resume to 1, Jayven Tanner. Awards – Ned Loft, Lachlan Nash, Elias Darley 60 def Sebastopol 14. Goals – Mel Freeman 23, Charlee McEwan, Jack Watson. Keating 18, Maegan Taylor 19.
For any queries please contact Michael McCarthy on 0424 146 428. U/14 Seniors
U/17 Reserves
Darley 11-7-73 def Bacchus Marsh 2-4-16. Goals – Aaron
Cadman 2, Brady Wright, Brodie Ward, Will Johnson, Darley 59 def Sebastopol 23. Goals – Emma Winzar 30, Isabel
Hayden Nash, Bailey Young 1. Fischer 21, Keeley Growcott 4, Tanisha Mercieca 4.

The Moorabool News U/14 Reserves
Darley 3-1-19 lost Sebastopol 16-12-108. Goals – Jacob Presnell
1, Tyla Mills, Jay Ferella. Ballan Golf Club
OFFICE 58A Steiglitz Street, Ballan, 3342 U/16.5 Seniors Results - Week ending Saturday 15 July
PHONE (03) 5368 1966 Darley 8-13-61 def Bacchus Marsh 6-5-41. Goals – Matt
FAX (03) 5368 2764 Arnold 2, Jai Dodemaide 1, Adam Azzopardi, Liam Cornford, Wednesday – Stableford
EMAIL E ditorial Andrew Azzopardi, Ayden Tanner, Dylan Lorensini. Winner Barry Sims (13) 38 points, R/up Chris Tudor (14) 36
Advertising U/16.5 Reserves points. Magpie - 14th Peter Di Fiore.
Ad copy Darley 14-16-100 def Bacchus Marsh 3-4-22. Goals – Riley Saturday Stableford - Moorabool Cup
EDITOR Helen Tatchell Balnaves 4, Will Johnson 2, Rylan Tanner, Athanas Zivave, Ballan Golf Club Winners: 1st Anthony Moore (7) 37 points,
GRAPHIC DESIGN Glen Martin Jye Burton, Regan King. 2nd Ian Godkin (15) 36 points, 3rd Ian Bragge (17) 35 points,
PUBLISHED BY The Ballan News Pty Ltd Youth Girls Football
4th Shaun O’Dea (15) 34 points on c/b from Chris Tudor (13).
Darley 11-14-80 def Gisborne White 0-0-2. Goals – Holly Van
PRINTED BY Rural Press, Ballarat Bacchus Marsh West Winners: 1st G Martin (14) 36 points on
Meel 4, Charlee Macpherson, Tylah Wright 1, Maddy James,
DISTRIBUTION 12,000 copies (CAB audit) c/b 2nd M. Hay (7) 36 points, 3rd  B. Hannah (18) 32 points
Amber Mifsud. Awards – Holy Van Meel, Ronnie Thatcher,
Published by Helen Tatchell, of 58A Steiglitz Street, Ballan, 3342 for Charlee Macpherson, Liv Mifsud, Amber Mifsud, Maddy on c/b, 4th P. Clough (16) 32 points.
The Ballan News Pty Ltd, 58A Steiglitz Street, Ballan, 3342. Printed James, Brianna Key.  Bacchus Marsh Winners: 1st B. Hutcheon (16) 36 points, 2nd
by Rural Press Ltd of 30-32 Grandlee Drive, South Wendouree, 3355. U13 Girls Football R. Sutter (3) 34 points on c/b, 3rd G. Davison (23) 34 points
Responsibility for electoral material is accepted by the editor, Helen Darley 0-0-0 lost Melton Centrals 7-5-47. Awards – Alyce 4th J. Martin (14) 33 points.
Tatchell, of 58A Steiglitz Street, Ballan 3342. ABN 84 115 355 461. Sinclair, Ruby Thomas, Jamie-Lee Moloney, Maddie Vella, NTPs - 2nd B. Shanahan, 7th J. Martin, 12th K. Waller, 15th
Memphis Menz, Taylor Bartlett, Matilda Worboyes. G. Martin. Magpies - 4th Kevin Lockman, 18th M. Hopkins.

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Ballarat Football/Netball League
Ballarat Football/Netball League Central Highlands Football League Bacchus Marsh Little Athletics
Results – Round 12
Results – Round 12 Results – Round 13 The Centre Cross Country meet was held last Saturday in
the grounds of the YMCA Lady Northcote Recreation Camp
Club A B C D 19&U
Bacchus Marsh 45 48 54 50 29 Seniors in Rowsley.
Melton 27 28 23 27 27 Buninyong 24.22  (166) def Learmonth 7.5  (47) In the Under 6 500 metre race, Myah Estlick crossed the
Ballarat 42 43 40 27 39
Gordon 22.15  (147) def Newlyn 6.14  (50) line in first place. In the Under 7 & 8 combined 1000 metres
East Point 34 44 35 39 17
event, Kai Cunningham, Nicholas Ide and Deegan Doyle had
Melton South 41 51 35 37 49 Bungaree 14.11  (95) def Daylesford 9.11  (65)
Sebastopol 63 37 20 25 19 a great tussle over the distance to take the first three places
Waubra  43.26  (284) def Skipton 4.1  (25) while Sarah Burton was the clear female winner. The Under
Nth Ballarat City 58 43 21 21 38
Ballarat Football/Netball
Lake Wendouree 52 League
66 38 53 23 Hepburn 12.14  (86) def Creswick 8.8  (56) 9 & 10 athletes competed over a 1500 metre distance with
Sunbury 47 47 35 35 21 Beaufort 28.15  (183) def C’ham/Linton 4.7  (31) Mitchell Wells and Freya Lidgett-Egan eventual winners.
Results – Round 11 44 33 34 26 56
Dunnstown   24.13  (157) def Clunes 3.2  (20) The 2000 metres was contested by the Under 11 & 12 athletes.
Results – Round 11 Springbank 11.15  (81) def R’wood/C’hap 9.5  (59) Under 11 athlete Elise Cook dominated the race and was a
Club 17&U 17&U 15&U 15&U 13&U 13&U convincing winner. In the Open Age 3000 metres event, Jack
Sen Res Sen Res Sen Res Reserves Mutsaerts lead from start to finish while Rachel Jackson led
Ballarat 27 46 17 32 10 8 Buninyong   13.14  (92) def Learmonth 4.3  (27) the way for the girls and crossed the line almost two minutes
East Point Jnrs
16 Newlyn 14.9  (93) def Gordon 4.7  (31) ahead of her rivals.
Sebastopol 14 23 9 8 28 13
Bungaree 12.3  (75) def Daylesford 8.3  (51) This Saturday, the following athletes will represent Bacchus
Lake Wendouree 30 30 32 28 24 19
Marsh LAC at the State Cross Country Championships:
Mount Clear 12 13 9 12 8 12 Waubra 24.17  (161) def Skipton 1.1  (7)
Redan 17 12 11 8 10 11 Kirsty Bresnan, Ava Conroy, Elise Cook, Tyrah Doyle, Taylor
Nth Ballarat City 45 60 45 29 25 22 Creswick 12.4  (76) def Hepburn  9.4  (58) Farrugia, Lachlan Goodman, Xavier Goodman, Tamara
Beaufort 23.12  (150) def C’ham/Linton 3.1  (19) Henry, Freya Lidgett-Egan, Solomon Miesen, Ben Peterson,
Dunnstown 15.11  (101) def Clunes   3.10  (28) Bradyn Rich, Daen Sadhai, Kira Watts, Mitchell Wells and
Ballarat Football League R’wood/C’hap 14.11  (95) def Springbank  4.0  (24) Rebecca West. The Championships will take place at Cruden
Results – Round 12 Farm, Langwarren.
Ballan 8.10  (58) def Smythesdale 5.10  (40)
Bacchus Marsh 12.14 (86) def Melton 7.8 (50) Under 18
Lake Wendouree 15.15 (105) def North Ballarat 12.10 (82) Buninyong 15.16  (106) def Learmonth 2.2  (14) Bacchus Marsh Soccer Club
Sebastopol 19.14 (128) def Melton South 17.8 (110) Skipton 5.4  (34) def Waubra 4.3  (27) Results - Round 12
Redan 11.12 (78) def Sunbury 5.14 (44) Hepburn 22.17  (149) def Creswick 4.3  (27) Under 13s Open
East Point 12.13 (85) def Ballarat 6.12 (48) Beaufort 20.8  (128) def C’ham/Linton   2.3  (15) Bacchus Marsh (4) def Ballarat Red (2)
Reserves Dunnstown 13.8  (86) def Clunes 4.11  (35) Goals - David Dillon (2), Tristan Noorman (2).
Bacchus Marsh 11.14 (80) def Melton 3.4 (22) Springbank 17.20  (122) def R’wood/C’hap 2.1  (13) Under 15s
Lake Wendouree 23.20 (158) def North Ballarat City 1.4 (10) Ballan 32.17  (209) def Smythesdale 2.0  (12) Bacchus Marsh Yellow (8) def Bacchus Marsh Blue (1)
Melton South 15.6 (96) def Sebastopol 10.11 (71) Goals - Yellow: Gracjan Piotrowski  (1), Noah Simmons (1),
Sunbury 14.15 (99) def Redan 2.8 (20) Under 15 Nicolas Varela (3), Noah Simmons (1).
East Point 21.10 (136) def Ballarat 4.9 (33) Buninyong 10.8  (68) def Learmonth 2.5  (17) Goals - Blue: Liam Hageman (1).
Under 18.5s Skipton 16.4  (100) def Waubra 1.5  (11) Under 16 Girls
Bacchus Marsh 12.15 (87) def Melton 9.13 (67) Hepburn 14.14  (98) def Creswick 2.7  (19) Bacchus Marsh (1) lost Victoria Park (12)
North Ballarat City 12.11 (83) def Lake Wendouree 5.3 (33) C’ham/Linton 9.7  (61) def Beaufort 4.8  (32) Goal - Eliza Schembri (1).
Melton South 16.14 (110) def Sebastopol 8.4 (52) Clunes 5.8  (38) def Dunnstown 1.7  (13)
Redan 14.9 (93) def Sunbury 4.6 (30) Springbank 20.13  (133) def R’wood/C’hap   0.0  (0)
East Point 7.11 (53) def Ballarat 5.5 (35) Gordon 7.5  (47) def Newlyn 5.6  (36)
Junior Results – Round 11 Daylesford 5.5  (35) def Bungaree  3.5  (23)
Under 16.5 Seniors
Ballarat 22.12 (144) def East Point 7.6 (48) Central Highlands Netball League
Darley 0.0 (0) lost Bacchus Marsh 6.5 (41) Central Highlands Netball League
Results – Round 13
Lake Wendouree 10.16 (76) def Mount Clear 1.4 (10) Results – Round 13
North Ballarat 8.14 (62) def Redan 3.2 (20) Club 13&U 15&U 17&U C B A
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Ballarat 17.11 (113) def East Point 0.1 (1) Smythesdale 17 13 28 13 13 5
Beaufort 20 31 45 25 37 60
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Carngham 10 17 20 26 23 15
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U/14 Seniors Buninyong 47 37 25 25 15 33
Learmonth 0 28 20 37 50 55
East Point 6.10 (46) def Ballarat 4.1 (25)
Dunnstown 27 42 16 34 30 86
Darley 11.7 (73) def Bacchus Marsh 2.4 (16) Clunes 9 10 35 21 47 47
Mount Clear 6.8 (44) def Lake Wendouree 0.2 (2) Gordon 11 16 29 38 22 39
North Ballarat 6.6 (42) def Redan 6.5 (41) Newlyn 28 23 33 32 30 49
U/14 Reserves Hepburn 22 54 41 43 31 52
Creswick 12 7 31 30 41 43
East Point 10.9 (69) def Ballarat 3.4 (22)
Springbank 17 30 29 39 48 54
Sebastopol 16.12 (108) def Darley 3.1 (19) Rokewood 8 18 13 25 30 32
Mount Clear 18.11 (119) def Lake Wendouree 2.0 (12) Waubra 24 10 21 51 39 55
North Ballarat 8.4 (52) def Redan 1.7 (13) Skipton 10 24 11 19 25 34
U/12 Seniors
Ballarat 10.10 (70) def East Point 1.2 (8)
Darley 5.3 (33) def Sebastopol 3.8 (26)
BFL Junior Top Goal Kickers
Mount Clear 12.2 (74) def Lake Wendouree 2.0 (12) Under 16.5 Seniors
Redan 5.8 (38) defeated North Ballarat 4.5 (29) Ned Nash Lake Wendouree.................... 25
Andrew Azzopardi Darley.......................................14
U/12 Reserves
Connor Ascough Darley...................................... 13
Ballarat 5.7 (37) def East Point 1.0 (6)
Darley 2.3 (15) def Sebastopol 2.1 (13) Under 16.5 Reserves
Mount Clear 7.8 (50) def Lake Wendouree 0.1 (1) Rylan Tanne Darley......................................19
North Ballarat 3.9 (27) def Redan 2.1 (13) Dylan Lorensini Darley.......................................17
Ashley Brent Lay Bacchus Marsh........................16
U/14 Seniors
BFL Top Goal Kickers Charlie Molan Mount Clear........................... 34
Seniors Lane Havelberg Darley...................................... 13
Brendan Fevola Melton South.......................... 45 Will Johnson Darley..................................... 12
Jarrah Maksymow Bacchus Marsh...................... 35 Brodie Ward Darley...................................... 12
Harley Inglis Darley...................................... 24
U/14 Reserves
Hamish Coulton Bacchus Marsh....................... 24
Tynon Oakley Sebastopol............................... 44
Reserves U/12 Seniors
Aaron Speak Darley...................................... 30 Liam Mason Mount Clear........................... 21
Dane Grenfell Darley.......................................19 Ethan McKercher Bacchus Marsh....................... 12
Ross Gundry Darley.......................................16 Joel Freeman Darley........................................ 9
Tyler Huynh Bacchus Marsh....................... 15
U/12 Reserves
Under 18.5s Jack Bray Redan....................................... 15
Lachlan McLean Redan....................................... 35 Jayven Tanner Darley.......................................11
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LEO—July 23-August 22
Your partner is reliable and generous. This is a good time

Stars & Puzzles
to make an important request. An older relative provides
you with useful information. Don’t hesitate to sing your
own praises.
VIRGO—August 23-September 22
Relatives offer you opportunities, but some small strings
may be attached. Surprise expenses may mean the post-
ponement of a luxury purchase. This week highlights
cultural activities.
LIBRA—September 23-October 22
Avoid taking on challenges for their own sake. Examine
your goals before assuming new responsibilities. A loved
one is unexpectedly dramatic so prepare for fast chang-
★★★★★★★★ ing moods.

SCORPIO—October 23-November 21
You become involved in a volunteer activity. You join
ARIES—March 21-April 20 forces with someone you have a long admired, and you
Real estate dealings are generally favourable. You may are ready to make a decision regarding your romantic
be finalizing a move this week. Your cheerful nature helps situation.
a friend out of a rut, but it’s up to you to take the initiative.
SAGITTARIUS—November 22-December 22
TAURUS—April 21-May 22
The week may see you rubbing shoulders with a wealthy
This week includes visits from long lost acquaintances admirer. Travel planning is favoured, but explore further
and perhaps a trip to a new destination. Learning from possibilities before making a firm decision. A delayed
recent experiences can lead to brighter horizons in the project is given the go-ahead.
romance department.
CAPRICORN—December 23-January 20
GEMINI—May 23-June 21
Up in the air plans are settling and you may be taking a
You are given the go-ahead on a plan that has been in the trip or making a key business decision this week. An
works since the end of last year. A platonic friendship is important caution: don’t make announcements
highlighted. The weekend is an opportune time for em-
barking on a commonsense diet.
CANCER—June 22-July 22 AQUARIUS—January 21-February 19
NO. 9004 You can strengthen your commitment to your work now Stay clear of friends offering unsolicited advice. Your
ACROSS DOWN that some domestic obstacles are behind you. A public judgement is unusually strong and through a combina-
1. Drink (6,3,4) 1. Evil (6) speaking engagement is spotlighted on the weekend. An tion of logic and instinct you answer your own questions
8. Game (5) 2. Inactive (5) Aries steps into the friendship picture. on love and career directions.
9. Traveller (7) 3. Hawk (7) LEO—July 23-August 22 PISCES—February 20-March 20
10. Coerce (6) 4. Singing voice (4)
11. Dress (6) 5. Frighten (5) Your partner is reliable and generous. This is a good time Creative writing is a current strength. Spend time start-
12. Island (5) 6. Opening (7) to make an important request. An older relative provides ing or completing a story or poem. A loved one may have
14. Raze (5) 7. Song (6) you with useful information. Don’t hesitate to sing your important news - be there to share it in an intimate way.
18. Garment (6) 13. Pig’s foot (7) own praises.
20. Emergency (6) 15. Hearing distance (7) BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK
23. Bird (7) 16. Soak up (6) VIRGO—August 23-September 22 You are liked by all but you are utterly stubborn and
24. Bisect (5) 17. Slumbering (6) Relatives offer you opportunities, but some small strings blessed with a combination of gentleness, warmth and
25. Chinese dish (5-4,4) 19. Sailors (5) may be attached. Surprise expenses may mean the post- creativity. Creatively you shine throughout the next five
21. Volley (5) ponement of a luxury purchase. This week highlights months, winning applause for the special touches you add
22. Joint (4) cultural activities. to the interesting projects you take on.
CRYPTIC PUZZLE LIBRA—September 23-October 22
ACROSS Avoid taking on challenges for their own sake. Examine
1. Said it hurts (7,6). 8. Unexpected development for your goals before assuming new responsibilities. A loved

Oliver (5). 9. Doesn’t have that certain feeling (7). 10. one is unexpectedly dramatic so prepare for fast chang-
No,longer secure: in fact, ruined (6). 11. Note the scoun- ing moods.
drel has an accent of some sort (6). 12. Just a little pro-
tection from the sun (5). 14. Apart from the sea-strorm SCORPIO—October 23-November 21
I’d been in (5). 18. Hardy book, perhaps (6). 20. Indica-
tion to or from the Italian genteman (6). 23. The old man NUMBER GAME
You become involved in a volunteer activity. You join
forces with someone you have a long admired, and you
needs assistance to manoevre the bus in (7). 24. Man are ready to make a decision regarding your romantic
you don’t cotton to? (5). 25. May wave to you from the situation.ANSWER BELOW
palace (5,8).
DOWN SAGITTARIUS—November 22-December 22
1. Naturally suited to be a censor? (3,3). 2. What the
harassed magistrate did? (5). 3. Said it with music (7). The week may see you rubbing shoulders with a wealthy
4. The ability to get something for nothing? (4). 5. Mere admirer. Travel planning is favoured, but explore further
exercise the learner’s put through by him (5). 6. Said to possibilities before making a firm decision. A delayed
have got the member into a crooked deal (7). 7. Double- project is given the go-ahead.
cross, perhaps, in a letter (6). 13. That’s the way in, my
dear, in all truth (7). 15. Assumes, when one is brought CAPRICORN—December 23-January 20
down by (7). 16. By deduction, wasn’t his ring? (6). 17. Up in the air plans are settling and you may be taking a
It’s the day before last, chum (6). 19. Not a short in any trip or making a key business decision this week. An
way whatsoever (2,3). 21. Standard set by a girl (5). 22. important caution: don’t make announcements
Take issue over! (4). prematurely.
AQUARIUS—January 21-February 19
SOLUTIONS - CROSSWORD NO. 9003 Stay clear of friends offering unsolicited advice. Your
judgement is unusually strong and through a combina-
16, Was-her. 17, Fri-end. 19, A-t all. 21, Norm-a. 22,
mer. 6, Al-leg-ed. 7, Kisses. 13, Hone-St-y. 15, Slips on
tion of logic and instinct you answer your own questions
Across - 1, Shamrock. 6, Vary. 8, Coax. 9, Unsettle. 10,
Down - 1, Cut out. 2, Tried. 3, Intoned. 4, Gift. 5, E-L-
on love and career directions.
Thick. 11, Mullet. 13, Trench. 15, Roster. 17, Scream.
Royal standard.
19, Reach. 22, Powerful. 23, Deal. 24, Unit. 25, Liber-
18, Annual. 20, Sign-or. 23, H-usb-and. 24, Serge. 25, PISCES—February 20-March 20
bles. 10, Undone. 11, B-rogue. 12, Shade. 14, As-I’d-e. Creative writing is a current strength. Spend time start-
Down - 2, Hooch. 3, Mexican. 4, Opus. 5, Kashmiri. 6,
Across - 1, Cutting remark. 8, (Oliver)Twist. 9, Fum- ing or completing a story or poem. A loved one may have
Vital. 7, Relieve. 12, Shameful. 14, Raccoon. 16, Slen-
CRYPTIC SOLUTIONS important news - be there to share it in an intimate way.
der. 18, Event. 20, Chart. 21, Blub.
sorb. 17, Asleep. 19, Salts. 21, Salvo. 22, Knee. BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK
6, Orifice. 7, Anthem. 13, Trotter. 15, Earshot. 16, Ab- You are liked by all but you are utterly stubborn and
Across - 1, Di-spa-tch. 6, Mugs. 8, I’d-ea(sy). 9, Do-
Down - 1, Wicked. 2, Inert. 3, Kestrel. 4, Alto. 5, Daunt. blessed with a combination of gentleness, warmth and
nation. 10, Wa-go-n. 11, Spring. 13, Glance. 15, MO-
Crisis. 23, Ortolan. 24, Halve. 25, Bird’s-nest soup. creativity. Creatively you shine throughout the next five
Rose. 17, Stra-I-t. 19, A-va-s-t. 22, For Shame. 23, R-
Extort. 11, Attire. 12, Atoll. 14, Level. 18, Blouse. 20, months, winning applause for the special touches you add
are. 24, Step. 25, Turn down.
Across - 1, Whisky and soda. 8, Chess. 9, Tourist. 10, to the interesting projects you take on.
Down - 2, In-d’I-a. 3, Pla-too-n. 4, To-d-O. 5, Handsome.
6, M-ater. 7, Grounds. 12, Best part. 14, Lets out. 16,
Rev-ered. 18, A-esop. 20, Screw. 21, B-E-ar.
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The junior club congratulates ex Cobra Junior Nick
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rivals West Coast Eagles. Nick was used to playing
Ex Cobra Junior Milestone
against “cross town rivals” when playing his junior
days wearing
The junior the Cobra colours
club congratulates ex CobraandJuniorplaying theon reaching his 150th AFL game with the
Nick Suban
Darley Devils.
Fremantle DockersDrafted
in Round in172008, Suban
against will rivals
cross town reachWest Coast Eagles. Nick was used to playing
10 Church Street, Bacchus Marsh, the 150 “cross
against milestone
town in his when
rivals” ninthplaying
season hisatjunior
days wearing the Cobra colours and playing the
Melbourne 3340 and just
Darley weeks
Devils. afterin becoming
Drafted 2008, Subanawill father
reach with
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milestone in his Gisborne
ninth season Rd,
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Exciting Times Ahead Bacchus Marsh
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The club is working hard to improve our facilities
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fabulous in working with our Junior Treasurer and Senior Sponsor
AND “Siberia”.
GB Forestry Local
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Michael been fabulous
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in working with our Junior Treasurer and Senior
your fingers for the outcome! A big thanks to our other sponsors...
Sponsor GB Forestry Managing Director, Michael
Dates to Remember
Kennedy to prepare our application. Stay tuned
and crossJuly
Saturday your
29 fingers
Mid Yearfor
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Dates2 to
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Junior Presentation Day – Something a bit different this year for the Juniors. A
Saturday July 29 Mid Year Ball
family day with rides, food and – Come and
presentations. Look party
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Marsh Victoria 3340 Ball. See Team App for details
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A family day with rides, food and presentations.
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Hours: Mon-Fri 8.00am-5.00pm News one of the strong, silent types as far as
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We have just come through a tough
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10 days off the field with the highly This wonderful Devils sponsor is a
successful mid-year ball Saturday family owned and run business. Rustel
week ago and the very entertaining is a large local employer and a huge
Courthouse Hotel Players Sports Day benefactor of DFNC. They specialise Bacchus Marsh Golf Club
last Saturday. in earthmoving, road-making, land
These events are organised with two development, civil works, concreting, Monday Nights
Kids Eat
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are for fun and enjoyment for our We are proud to be associated with

sponsors, members, supporters and Rustel and the Gillespie family. They
Address: players. Secondly they are vital fund- have been a large, silent support to our
raising activities to help our clubs club for a long time. They support our
191 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh meet the huge financial commitments feature page and are always a willing Monday nights 5.30–8.00 pm
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Bookings essential
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AFL Goldfields Women’s
Football League Watts clicks over 200
Football the right time.
Division 1 – Round 10
Final Score - Ballan 20 14
Sunbury Kangaroos 3.4 (22) def East Point Dragons 2.6 (18)
AFL Goldfields North Geelong 26.9 (165) def Melton Centrals 1.0 (6)
The Blues took on Smythes-
dale at home and was a short-
134 def Smythesdale 0 0 0
Best - Team Effort.
Womens ened match with no Seniors
contest. The day was spe- Netball
Division 2 – Round 10
Football Gisborne 9.10 (64) def Bacchus Marsh Cobras 2.2 (14)
cial for Rodney Watts who
marked his 200th game with
Round 13 v Smythesdale
League Ladder Ballan and he has certainly
had an impressive stint
C Grade - From the first
whistle the girls were on fire.
Team % PTS Ballarat Youth Girls
with the Blues. The Reserves Each and every player put in
Division 1 Ballarat Swans 10.16 (76) def Redan 0.0 (0) to practice what they have
opened well with Watts
1 North Geelong....... 2834.48 32 Carisbrook Lions 7.9 (51) def Creswick 2.2 (14) booting the first goal in the been working on at training,
2 Sunbury Kangaroos. 147.98 24 North Ballarat City 15.9 (99) def East Point Dragons 0.0 (0) style we are accustomed too. and after running out a full
3 Redan........................135.80 20 Ararat Storm 11.3 (69) def Lakers 2.0 (12) But to Smythesdales credit four quarter game of con-
4 East Point Dragons.....53.55 12 they came back at the Blues sistent netball the girls were
5 Ballarat Swans.............40.98 4 and were certainly in at rewarded with a huge win.
6 Melton Centrals........... 11.24 0 Riddell Youth Girls every contest and had the Position changes did not
Division 2 Melton Centrals 0.0 (94) def Diggers Rest Burras 0.0 (7) lead at the first break. David phase the girls at either end
1 Drysdale Hawks...... 340.32 28 Gisborne Blue 9.2 (56) def Sunbury Kangaroos 2.10 (22) O’Hanlon gave his troops a and their hard work paid off. 
2 Carisbrook................279.87 28 Darley Devils 11.14 (80) def Gisborne White 0.2 (2) wakeup call and it had the B Grade - The girls united
3 Gisborne................... 121.43 16 desired result and the Blues
back together last weekend
4 Bacchus Marsh ..........67.11 12 progressively drew away
Ballarat U/13 Junior Girls and did show more consist-
5 Redan Gold...................3.68 8 from their opponents. Ma-
son Currie and Charlie Sher lane put in a great game and ency. Amanda Swanson pro-
North Ballarat City 5.1 (31) def East Point Dragons 0.2 (2)
Ballarat Youth Girls gave great drive around the Lachlan Trickey had a field vided many opportunities
1 Ararat Storm...........1020.62 36 Redan Gold 5.11 (41) def Carisbrook 0.1 (1) for the attacking end after
back half and Wilks marked day in the middle. The Blues
2 Lakers.......................718.37 36 Redan 4.4 (28) def Lakers 1.0 (6) next main challenge before getting various intercepts
strongly and was a great
3 Ballarat Swans.......... 482.17 32 target. In the last quarter the the finals will be Learmonth throughout the game. Rylee
4 North Ballarat City....205.64 24 Riddell U/13 Junior Girls Blues drew right away from next week away and the Kelly continues to show
5 Carisbrook Lions........71.13 16 Melton Centrals 8.5 (53) def Darley Devils 0.0 (0) their opponents to seal the Blues will need to re-focus good form in the goal ring
6 Redan...........................23.27 8 result. Up forward Bernie before the finals that are fast shooting many goals and
Bacchus Marsh Cobras 18.13 (121) def Melton JFNC 0.0 (0)
7 Creswick......................19.35 8 Whelan ended with three approaching. providing effective passing
8 East Point Dragons.......1.98 0 goals and Watts managed a Final Score - Ballan 32 17 opportunities. Positivity
couple. It will be a different and talking the entire four
Riddell Youth Girls
1 Gisborne Blue..........1192.86 40
Bacchus Marsh Baseball affair next week when the
209 def Smythesdale 2 0 12
Best - D. Bulluss, L. Currie- quarters also really helped
2 Melton Centrals ...... 369.93 32 Round 12 – BM Tigers v Newport Rams Blues venture to Learmonth Jones, C. Sparrow, J. Mul- the girls lift this week and
3 Sunbury Kangaroos. 132.14 28 who will be keen to prove a lane, L. Trickey, E. Shaw. secure their best win for the
4 Darley Devils.............156.38 20 The Tigers took on the Rams twice in the same day at point on their home ground. For the Under 12s it was a season.
5 Gisborne White......... 58.99 20 Masons Lane Reserve last Saturday, both being a great result Final Score - Ballan 8 100 similar outcome with the Final score - Ballan 47 def
6 Bacchus Marsh..........55.29 16 for the home team with wins of 6–3 and 10–3. 58 def Smthesdale 5 10 40 boys dominating from the Smythesdale 13
7 Diggers Rest Burras.....2.32 4 Best - M Currie , C Sher, J start and the ball locked in A Grade - A massive defen-
Rookie Tom Wadeson made his pitching debut, with a
Wilkinson, M Darley, J Wilk- the Blues forward line . At sive effort across the entire
Ballarat U/13 Junior Girls blistering start on the mound, before handing it over to ie , Z Boland. times it was as congested as
1 North Ballarat City...1583.33 24 pitching-regular Roland Shaw for an impressive wrap up court by the girls showed
The Under 18s took on an Flinders Street was last week on the scoreboard, limit-
2 Redan........................186.75 20 for game one. Coach Chris Porter threw another winner for undermanned Smythes- when the trains stopped run-
3 Lakers.......................232.93 16 game two. ing Smythesdale to just five
dale line up and the Blues ning. Cody Gates scored six
4 East Point Dragons...106.98 12 goals for the entire match. At
Standout batter for the day was Jared Warwick, with six hits, dominated the entire match goals and gave away plenty
5 Ballarat Swans...........52.68 12 more to his team mates. Al- the other end of the court the
though it was a busy day with the bat all round for the whole booting nine goals in the
6 Redan Gold..................31.33 8
first quarter. The forwards bie Eskdale kicked his first Ballan attackers displayed
7 Carisbrook...................13.31 4 had a feast and were spoilt goal and he had plenty of great control, shooting accu-
The past few rounds have seen some good wins for the racy and some brilliant pass-
Riddell U/13 Junior Girls for options. The Bulldogs mates. It was a great team ef-
Tigers, who are really starting to find their form leading into ing to give Ballan its highest
1 Bacchus Marsh ...... 580.88 24 managed a goal in the first fort and all had a part in this
2 Darley Devils.............243.31 12 the business end of the season. quarter and one in the last strong win. With the light- score of the season.
3 Melton Centrals.........237.19 12 Round 13 - Bye to add some respectability ning premiership in three Final score - Ballan 81 def
4 Melton JFNC.................0.83 0 Round 14 - Alfredton (at Alfredton) to the score board. Jake Mul- weeks the boys are firing at Smythesdale 5.

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