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Tuesday 22 August, 2017 Serving Ballan and district since 1872 Phone 5368 1966 Fax 5368 2764 Vol 11 No 33

“This is the Way . . .”

Photo: Helen Tatchell

By Kate Taylor component in the construction of the Western Link second official opening date.
Road for Bacchus Marsh, and the biggest infrastructure “It is anticipated that this section will be opened in
The new Halletts Way extension in Bacchus Marsh has project ever undertaken by Council. the coming weeks,” Mr Croxford told the Moorabool
officially been opened – just not all the way. “The new route extends from Links Road, Darley to News.
Many runners, joggers and walkers, joined by their Griffith Street at West Maddingley, providing a new
When the road is officially opened, all the way, Mayor
pets, enjoyed the sunny but cool windy conditions and road on the western side of Bacchus Marsh,” Mayor
Edwards says that the overall link road will be key
took to the road in the Run 4 Fun as part of the official Edwards said.
opening on Sunday 13 August. to helping alleviate traffic congestion in the growing
However, the road doesn’t quite extend all the way, yet.
community and to connect the western side of the
Joining the locals were representatives from council Post-fun run, and post-official opening, the section
township.

and the water authorities as well as Federal member south of Werribee Vale Road is still closed to traffic
“We are also pleased that the final component, being
for Ballarat Catherine King, and State Members for whilst further minor works are completed and
Buninyong Geoff Howard and for Melton Don Nardella. administrative issues related to the road reserve the Halletts Way Freeway ramps, are currently being
Mayor David Edwards told the crowd that the Halletts creation are finalised. constructed by VicRoads.”
Way/O’Leary Way southern extension is a major And Council CEO Rob Croxford still doesn’t have a Continued and Results pages 10 & 11

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Fairytale not so Grimm

Sarah McDonald plays Snow White in the upcoming local production. Photo Jessica Howard
By Jessica Howard mime, the audience will be started as a bit of a joke, but
very involved – booing and it is actually a great oppor-
The magic mirror is being hissing and cheering”. tunity to get more people
polished as the Performing Director, JohnPaul Cocking involved and onto the stage”.
Arts Headquarters in Bac- said more than 100 people Snow White and the Un-
chus Marsh prepares to pre- were involved both on and specified Number of Dwarfs
sent Snow White and the un- off stage. will be presented at The Im-
specified number of dwarfs. “This year’s show is going presario Theatre in Bacchus
The stage show will star a to be really, really funny. It Marsh, between Saturday
local cast of talented singers, is great for the kids but there August 26 and Sunday Sep-
actors, dancers and musi- are also a lot of jokes that tember 17.
cians and will be presented only the adults will under- Tickets are discounted for
in true pantomime tradition, stand, so it’s really a perfect the first weekend, with chil-
with audience participation, show for audiences of all dren two years and under
infectious songs and terrible
jokes.
ages,” he said.
The show will feature eve-
free.
Audiences are encouraged
Applications extended to
Sarah McDonald will take
on the role of Snow White af-
rything from the prince and
princess, to the evil queen,
to come dressed as their fa- Sunday 27th August 2017
vourite Snow White or fair-
ter six-months of rehearsals. the poisonous apple and the ytale character at 1pm and
“The show is very similar famous dwarfs. 7:30pm Saturday September
to the Snow White that we “I can’t tell you how many 16.
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all know, but with a bit of a dwarfs there will be but I can For more information, or October 27 2017
funky twist,” she said. say there will be a lot more to book tickets, contact 5367
“There is a lot of jokes and than seven,” JohnPaul said. 6864 or visit www.trybook- For more information visit
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Newborns
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Babies born
recently at
Bacchus Marsh Harrison has a new sister, Aisling It is a girl for first time parents Jessie Melton parents Alexi McMahon and Dorinda, Scott and son Samuel from
Carole Hanna. Arriving on Tuesday Aganetti and Nathan Bingham from Troy Kingdom have welcomed their Fraser Rise, welcomed their second
and Melton 10 August to Darley parents Chloe Strathtulloh. Little Audrey Rose first child Bowie Blixa Kingdom. son and new brother. Di Pietro was
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Equine cruelty – Reading the fine print
Moorabool in top 10
By Jessica Howard cause of concerns about very
basic issues: food, water,
on food labels
Animal cruelty reports in shelter and vet care when By Jessica Howard
Moorabool Shire have con- they’re sick or injured. These Dietitian at BDH&C Amy
tributed to more than 10,000 kinds of problems are so pre- While most people rely on Trotter is running a food
welfare concerns raised ventable,” she said. the convenience of packaged labelling information
across the state. foods, they don’t always workshop on Thursday
Reports from Moorabool
know how to read the nutri- 24 August and 21
Data released last week also included seven con- tion label. September.
revealed RSPCA Victoria cerns about animals being Photo – BDH&C
received around 28 cruelty Ballan District Health and
wounded or beaten and 12
Care will this week host
reports per day in 2016-2017. abandoned animals.
the first of many monthly
Reports from Moorabool In May this year, a Bacchus workshops that will educate
included 65 concerns about Marsh magistrate banned a residents on how to read
animals with insufficient man from owning a dog for food labels and understand
food, water or shelter; 38 re- a period of ten years after his healthy options.
ports about hygiene, groom- 18-month old Rottweiler was The workshops will be held
ing and housing conditions; euthanised following weeks at Ballan IGA and will be
37 issues involving under- of neglect. delivered by BDH&C’s prac-
weight animals and 30 con- The dog, ‘Rocky’, was found tising dietitian, Amy Trotter.
cerns about sick or injured severely malnourished and “The aim is to educate peo-
animals not receiving vet weighing just 23-kilograms ple in the community about
treatment. – around half the size of a how to properly read food
The figures ranked Moora- normal Rottweiler. labels, which will in turn
bool 38th out of Victoria’s 79 Between 2016 and 2017, re- help them to make an in-
local council areas. ports received from Moora- formed decision when they
In reports involving horses, bool involved 40 dogs and are shopping around,” she
Moorabool ranked number puppies; and seven cats and said.
nine with 41 reports of ani- kittens. “There is so much misin-
mal cruelty, four less than formation out there about
Dr Walker said concerns re- Ms Trotter said it was im- stand what exactly is in the Health and Care’s commu-
the year before. what healthy food really is
ported to RSPCA are usually portant to identify what food they eat, what a healthy nity health reception at 164
and when people have that
Neighbouring council Mel- quickly resolved by inspec- people are really putting amount is and what the
knowledge they’re able to Inglis Street Ballan.
ton ranked sixth in the state tors educating the owner or into their body. numbers on the label really
make better decisions… The next workshop will be
with 53 reports involving person in charge of the ani- “It’s about being able to mean”.
Marketing can play a big fac- held on Thursday Septem-
horses - down 22 from the mals involved. tor in people’s choice of food identify what an appropriate Ms Trotter said the monthly
2015/16 financial year. ber 21, with more dates to
“However, in some cases, a and they’re not necessarily serving size is and transfer- workshops were open to
RSPCA Victoria CEO, Dr stronger response is needed, small groups in order to pro- be announced. Bookings are
always the right choice”. ring that information off the
Liz Walker said the numbers including a notice to com- food label into a practical vide a better opportunity for essential.
The 90-minute workshops
were disappointing. ply, seizing and taking an will include a tour of the lo- sense. people to ask questions. For more information, or
“For the second year in a animal into protective cus- cal IGA, with the first to be “The workshops will en- Those involved will be to make a booking, contact
row, too many Victorian ani- tody, or – when all else fails held this Thursday (August able people to look at the charged $5 each and will Amy Trotter on amyt@bdhc.
mals were reported to us be- – prosecuting”. 24) at 11:30am. ingredients list and under- meet at Ballan District com.au or 5366 7961.

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Call for WWI memories
By Jessica Howard Members of the society have
been tirelessly researching
James Hogg Moore was just the names of those enlisted,
16-years-old when he suc- and from multiple perspec-
cessfully enlisted to serve in tives including their loca-
the First World War. Albert tion, the context of their ser-
Manly was aged 45.
vice role, the broader battle
The age of those who served
narratives and the reality of
overseas varied greatly – as
trench warfare.
did their height, their back-
ground and their stories. Ms Lyle said each story
The Bacchus Marsh and evoked a picture of Bacchus
District Historical Society Marsh as it was 100 year ago,
are putting together a hard while also brushing on the
copy book that will chroni- post war lives of those who
cle the stories of each WWI returned.
serviceman with a link to “Many of the soldiers fell in
the region. love with the women who
Historical Society mem- nursed them and they often
ber, Katrina Lyle said while brought their brides home
most people are aware of from a busy London hospital
the serviceman with dedica- to a soldier settlement farm
tions located in the Bacchus here in this region,” she said.
Marsh Avenue of Honour, The stories of the WWI en-
there are still hundreds of listees from Bacchus Marsh
other names on the roll. and surrounds is set to be
“The Bacchus Marsh Ex- published in November
press identified 465 volun- 2018.
teers connected with Bac- Katrina Lyle is co-writing
chus Marsh and District as
the book with Bacchus
having enlisted to serve in
Marsh Historical Society
WWI between August 1914
president Katrina Bradfield.
and November 1918,” she
said. Ms Lyle said the society wel-
“This included those who comed anyone who would
spent their youth here; like to share a photo, a story
were born in the district or a memory of a soldier in
but moved away; those who the district.
lived and worked in the To submit material, or for
community at the time of en- more information, contact
listment and those who lived the Bacchus Marsh Histori-
elsewhere but whose family cal Society on 53679336 or
still reside in the area”. enquiries@bmdhs.org.au. Katrina Lyle researches information for the book in the Bacchus Marsh Historical Society archives. Photo – Jessica Howard

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Yes, Optus
tower go ahead
By Kate Taylor it would have. reduced from 37.6 metres to
Objector Vincent Smores 34.8 metres following public
An Optus mobile phone told the meeting that all he consultation, with the height
tower will be erected on the wants is for the tower to of the monopole, without
Ballan Golf Course. have minimal visibility to antennas, reduced from 35
The August 9 meeting of nearby residents. metres to 30 metres.
council’s Development As- East Ward councilor Tonia “The tower cannot be fur-

Help to keep the
sessment Committee heard Dudzik asked if additional ther reduced in height with-
the application for a plan- tree plantings would help out impacting the coverage
ning permit, with golf club solve the problem. capacity of the tower,” read
and Optus representatives “I will be dead by then, by a council officer’s report ta-
in attendance along with bled at the meeting.

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the time they grow,” Mr
objectors. Smores replied. Councilors voted in favour
Most objections lodged The total height of the pro- of the recommendation to
against the tower were in posed tower, from ground to approve the permit for the
respect of the visual impact antennas, had already been tower.
By Kate Taylor

The call is going out for community members to help give the green light to blue light discos.
As with any event, the Victoria Police Blue Light Discos require a bit of organising – and the
organising committee can always do with a bit more help to run the discos.
“The more people we can have to assist, the better,” said Moorabool Youth Resource Officer
Jim Ross.
The next Blue Light Disco will be held on Friday 24 November at the Bacchus Marsh Leisure
Centre – to help out, or for more information on joining the organising committee, call the
Bacchus Marsh Police Station on 5366 4500.
“Call me at the station, and if I’m not there then leave your name and number re Blue Light
and I’ll get back to you,” Mr Ross said.

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Court in action Blazco blitzes
By Jessica Howard he panicked and fled the scene.
Police say the accused was unable By Jessica Howard
A repeat offender who fled police to produce any further information
after being found with two- about the man named Pat. Gordon’s Lucas Blazco polled in
kilograms of cannabis is lucky to Rolfe appeared in the Bacchus every game of the 2017 football
have walked free, a court has heard. Marsh Magistrates Court on Friday season – earning him the Central
Mathew Rolfe was released from (August 18) charged with fail to stop Highlands Football League’s un-
prison just one month before he was for police and handling stolen goods. der-15 best and fairest.
allegedly found in the driveway of a Rolfe’s defence stated the accused The 14–year-old polled 44 from
Merrimu home with the large bag of had a long history of substance
harvested cannabis buds. a possible 48 votes, which placed
abuse that started at the age of 11,
him 13 votes clear of runner-up
The incident occurred at around and a lack of education, resulting in a
2:30am on January 1 this year, after Nick Pantzidis from Buninyong.
“very low IQ” and limited numeracy
a woman returned home from a and literacy skills. Lucas said he was “super rapt”
New Year’s Eve party and found an She said the offending was a result with himself.
unknown Toyota Yaris parked in her of plain stupidity, financial stress “Going into the night I definitely
driveway. and drug dependency. didn’t expect it. I was expecting to
The woman called police, who The court heard Rolfe had recently be a top five or ten player, but then
attended the scene and attempted stopped using drugs for a period of found out fairly quickly that I had
to intercept the vehicle, which drove six months due to new employment. a shot at winning,” he said.
around police and into loose gravel Magistrate Ronald Saines said the
and trees. “I hoped that I would poll well
offending was “very serious” as it and I did”.
The Toyota Yaris became bogged, occurred so soon after the accused
resulting in the 38-year-old accused had been released from jail on Lucas’ successful season started
fleeing the vehicle and running into matters of dishonesty. early after being appointed cap-
an open paddock. “There is a long list of offending tain of the under-15 team. He
Police were unable to locate the here... but there is no doubt a history achieved 12 best on ground per-
man, however a search of the vehicle of a struggle with your intellectual formances throughout the sea-
revealed the two-kilogram bag of functioning and I note that you son and received in-house club
drugs, among various other items have previously been dealt with awards after nearly every game.
that were seized. in [a court] that [aids] people with Mum, Kylie Blazco said she was
Following investigations, Rolfe disabilities,” he said. proud to see him enjoy a “ripper Photo: Helen Tatchell
attended the Bacchus Marsh Police “Frankly, I find this story that you season”.
Station by appointment on January drove to the house to steal two- of a team and the passion that it able to field an under-18 team,
15. “He also got through to the final brings”. Lucas said he hoped to continue
kilograms of cannabis implausible. I
reject it completely and ordinarily I squad with interleague, which “I love the thrill you get from to play for the Eagles in the 2018
He told police he had met a man
called Pat at a New Year’s Eve party would send you to jail but I see you was just another string to his bow footy when you win with your season.
and was convinced to drive to the have a lot of issues”. this year,” she said. mates. Of course sometimes you “At the moment there isn’t a team
Merrimu property in order to steal Rolfe was convicted and fined Lucas took to the field eight years lose, but to win is a really good for us next year, but through cam-
the drugs. $2,000. ago with AusKick and has been feeling and when you’re part of paigning we can hopefully attract
Rolfe told police he remained in the He was also ordered to pay $190 in a part of the Gordon Eagles ever a good team there’s a lot of good some players and get some coach-
vehicle while Pat went inside to steal court costs and was disqualified from since. The number four player team spirit”, he said. ing. I’d love to come back next
the drugs, but when police arrived driving for a period of six-months. said he enjoyed “being a part While Gordon are currently un- year”.

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Meet and mingle in
By Kate Taylor
the marquee
Love may be in the air – but friendship and fun
will join it at an upcoming fundraiser.
Love is in the Air is an annual fundraiser dinner
for the Ballan Hospital, and an important one at
that, but it has also proven to be a fabulous social
event, and a great opportunity to meet new people.
“People might like to come along and meet new
people, and support the hospital at the same time,”
said long-time organiser Anne Eskdale.
“This is our sixth year, and we’ve raised more
than $120,000 over the five years for the hospital.”
The event is again enjoying the love of The Plough
Myrniong owners Mark and Ruth Mills – always
generous when it comes to fundraisers, Love is in
the Air will be held at the renowned foodie haven
marquee.
“We will have entertainment, raffles, auctions and
prizes on the night with all the profits generated to
help in the refurbishment of the Memory Support
Unit (Dementia Unit),” Ms Eskdale said.
On top of enjoying a meal prepared by noted chef
Mark Mills, the event provides the opportunity for
people new to Ballan and the surrounding area to
meet new people.
“It’s a chance to meet and mingle, and we’re put-
ting everyone on big long tables – so you don’t have
to book a whole table, you can book for one or two.
“And I do the organising, so I can put people in a
spot on the table to meet new people, so if you’re a
bit nervous, you’ll have someone to meet and make
you welcome.”
It will be held on Friday 1 September at The
Plough @ Myrniong from 6.30 pm. Tickets are $110
per person all-inclusive (4-course with drinks)
For more information or for bookings (essential), WELCOME – (Back left) Anne Eskdale (fundraising committee) and (front right)Tor Roxburgh (BDH&C Communications) in the Plough Marquee with
call Anne Eskdale on (03) 5368 1424 or 5368 1100. Ruth and Mark Mills. Photo – Helen Tatchell

Moorabool Shire Council
NOTICE OF ORDINARY MEETING OF COUNCIL NAVIGATORS COMMUNITY CENTRE AGM
The next Ordinary Meeting of Council will be held Wednesday 6 September, 2017 in the Notice is given of an Annual General Meeting to be held at the Navigators Community Centre,
James Young Room, Lerderderg Library, 215 Main St, Bacchus Marsh, commencing at 5.00pm. on Tuesday 12 September 2017 commencing at 7:30pm.
Members of the public are most welcome to attend. The purpose of the meeting is to nominate no less than three or more than nine adult persons
as the Committee of Management for the Navigators Community Centre for a term of 3 years.
COMMITTEE MEETING The current committee’s term will expire on Monday 4 September 2017. All positions will be
The next committee meeting will be of the Place Making Advisory Committee, tonight declared open and nominations will be accepted prior to or at the meeting.
Tuesday 22 August, in the Council Chambers, 15 Stead St, Ballan, commencing at 4.00pm. Members of the public are most welcome to attend.
Members of the public are most welcome to attend.
HAVE YOUR SAY: DOMESTIC ANIMAL MANAGEMENT PLAN (2017-2021)
BACCHUS MARSH RACECOURSE AND RECREATION RESERVE AGM All Victorian Councils are required to develop and renew a Domestic Animal Management Plan
Notice is given of an Annual General Meeting to be held in the James Young Room, Lerderderg every four years.
Library, 215 Main St, Bacchus Marsh, on Tuesday 12 September 2017, commencing at
Council is undertaking a review of its current Domestic Animal Management Plan and is inviting
7:30pm.
the community to have their say.
For further enquires please contact the Chairman Allan Comrie on 0409 211 290 or Council
on 5366 7100. The purpose of the plan will be to provide a framework for animal management services
Members of the public are most welcome to attend. delivered by Council, pertaining to the management of cats and dogs.
You can help shape the plan by sharing your thoughts and completing our online survey or
MADDINGLEY PARK COMMITTEE OF MANAGEMENT AGM making a submission by the close of business Friday 1 September 2017.
Notice is given of an Annual General Meeting to be held in the James Young Room, Lerderderg Feedback and submissions can be made at www.moorabool.vic.gov.au.
Library, 215 Main St, Bacchus Marsh, on Tuesday 29 August 2017, commencing at 7:00pm. For further information on the plan, providing feedback and a submission, please contact
For further enquires please contact the Chairman Russell Hendry on 0419 515 808 Council Council’s Community Safety Unit on 5366 7100 during business hours or email
on 5366 7100. info@moorabool.vic.gov.au.
Members of the public are most welcome to attend.
EMPLOYMENT
LAL LAL SOLDIER’S MEMORIAL HALL COMMITTEE AGM Council invites applications for the existing vacancy:
Notice is given of an Annual General Meeting to be held at the Lal Lal Soldier’s Memorial Hall, Asset Inspections Officer – Permanent Full-Time position (Salary commences at
on Monday 4 September 2017 commencing at 7:00pm. $57,217.68 plus 9.5% superannuation) - applications close on Friday 1 September 2017.
The purpose of the meeting is to nominate no less than three or more than nine adult persons All details available from the website: www.moorabool.vic.gov.au
as the Committee of Management for the Lal Lal Soldier’s Memorial Hall for a term of 3 years.
The current committee’s term will expire on Monday 4 September 2017. All positions will be
declared open and nominations will be accepted prior to or at the meeting.
Members of the public are most welcome to attend.

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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MOORABOOL RUN 4 FUN Sunday 13th August

Your Results
Organiser note
**Those who did not cross the official start line with their chip have not been included in the race results, also
those who did not have their bib number attached to their registration will appear in the list as ‘unknown finisher’.

Bib Position Name Surname Time Bib Position Name Surname Time Bib Position Name Surname Time Bib Position Name Surname Time
1km RESULTS 136 102 Alan Cook 00:41:29 380 81 Lucas Hurst 00:57:48
522 75 Sharlene Gordon 00:50:19
225 1 Mikayla Lee 00:07:11 263 103 Kylie King 00:41:47 349 82 Charlotte Connell 00:58:43
683 76 Unknown FINISHER 00:51:06
259 2 Derek Williamson 00:08:04 138 104 Hunter Cook 00:41:54 346 83 Kelly Connell 00:58:43
671 77 Unknown FINISHER 00:51:12
258 3 Nathan Williamson 00:08:07 265 105 Sasha Wright 00:42:38 372 84 Gabrielle Fidler 00:59:41
669 78 Unknown FINISHER 00:51:13
260 4 Oscar Williamson 00:08:11 135 106 Julia Cook 00:42:40 371 85 William Fidler 00:59:42
711 79 Lennon Hannam 00:51:28
220 5 Unknown FINISHER 00:08:42 139 107 Carole Waters 00:42:41 373 86 Emmanuelle Fidler 01:00:09
712 80 Hollie Hannam 00:51:29
219 6 Unknown FINISHER 00:09:02 230 108 Max Haines 00:43:09 374 87 Kyriae Fidler 01:00:09
710 81 Kaye Hannam 00:51:29
221 7 Unknown FINISHER 00:09:04 229 109 Barb Haines 00:43:19 382 88 Flynn Hurst 01:02:35
684 82 Unknown FINISHER 00:51:35
251 8 Rebecca McGregor 00:11:16 202 110 Aston Walters 00:43:32 378 89 Darren Hurst 01:02:35
681 83 Unknown FINISHER 00:52:36
103 9 Austin Shea 00:12:13 227 111 Campbell Kay 00:51:00 379 90 Jayne Hurst 01:03:31
682 84 Unknown FINISHER 00:52:37
115 10 Lincoln Newton 00:12:28 228 112 Sebastian Kay 00:51:01 381 91 Caleb Hurst 01:03:32
591 85 William Li 00:53:01
114 11 Travis Newton 00:12:29 226 113 Nicole Kay 00:51:10 384 92 Julie Govan 01:14:15
644 86 Mickie Pilbeam 00:53:37
157 12 Tom Sheppard 00:13:54 214 114 Unknown FINISHER 01:00:32 383 93 Wayne Govan 01:14:16
713 87 Kylie Steenholdt 00:53:42
155 13 Jess Sheppard 00:13:56 201 115 Meaghan Walters 01:00:58 326 94 Brad Cox 01:14:55
551 88 Alex Britton 00:54:18
111 14 Luke Lonergan 00:14:16 200 116 Logan Jensz 01:00:59 327 95 Toni Cox 01:14:55
550 89 Megan Britton 00:54:19
110 15 James Lonergan 00:14:19 197 117 Sharon Duff 01:01:26 301 -1 Ashlee Higgins DNF
611 90 Yasmin Whitelaw 00:54:20
177 16 Philip Gorini 00:14:57 199 118 Laiken Hall 01:01:27 309 -1 Lisa Sayers DNF
714 91 Elaine McDonald 00:54:20
245 17 Maddison Harding 00:14:58 194 -1 Kate Laing DNF 310 -1 Kahn Sayers DNF
549 92 Michael Britton 00:54:20
246 18 Jesse Harding 00:15:01 195 -1 Adrian McGahen DNF 311 -1 Rohan Sayers DNF
613 93 Alexandra Whitelaw 00:54:21
116 19 Maya Newton 00:15:05 196 -1 Audrey McGahen DNF 312 -1 Ethan Sayers DNF
548 94 Linda Britton 00:54:22
244 20 Tania Harding 00:15:10 216 -1 Unknown FINISHER DNF 331 -1 Shawn Collinder DNF
633 95 Cynthia Leehane 00:54:31
184 21 Richie Preston 00:15:10 337 -1 Brittni Summers DNF
532 96 Brooke Tanner 00:54:33
4km RESULTS 338 -1 Thomas Summers DNF
178 22 Irina Gorini 00:15:10 369 1 Damien Costigan 00:19:58 533 97 Ash Tanner 00:54:49
173 23 Ingrid Hannah 00:15:13 339 -1 Annon Summers DNF
661 98 Unknown FINISHER 00:55:33
302 2 Brent Hayes 00:20:07 350 -1 Mia Lobe DNF
113 24 Sally Newton 00:15:24 393 3 Sam Harding 00:23:12 724 99 Kim Pasnin 00:55:34
174 25 Jeannie Preston 00:15:28 351 -1 Nathan Lobe DNF
723 100 Matt Pasnin 00:55:36
304 4 Patrick Welfare 00:24:28 352 -1 Addison Lobe DNF
101 26 Corinne Shea 00:15:39 336 5 Dean Joske 00:25:54 632 101 Cameron Pelech 00:55:40
104 27 Molly Shea 00:15:40 335 6 Melanie Joske 00:25:55 5km RESULTS 631 102 Laurie Pelech 00:56:02
252 28 Emma Murrey 00:15:53 391 7 Lexie Noorman 00:26:54 521 1 Brett Ellis 00:16:06 630 103 Lynette Pelech 00:56:03
164 29 Lyn Edwards 00:16:04 390 8 Noah Noorman 00:26:54 696 2 Courtney Scott 00:20:19 614 104 Sarah Chadima 00:56:09
264 30 Unknown FINISHER 00:16:11 315 9 Oliver Quick 00:29:29 544 3 Dennis Neal 00:20:43 697 105 Michelle Taylor 00:56:36
253 31 Caitlin Murrey 00:16:36 314 10 Paul Quick 00:29:29 707 4 Sam Stewart 00:20:58 582 106 Madison Muir 00:57:06
254 32 Isabelle Murrey 00:16:37 354 11 Thomas Undy 00:29:54 725 5 Anne Monoghan 00:21:12 619 107 Cassandra Troon 00:57:23
250 33 Daniel McGillvray 00:16:38 303 12 Sara Tavendale 00:31:06 629 6 Fraser Jeffrey 00:22:08 599 108 Stephanie Colliver 00:57:24
162 34 Lauren Martin 00:17:30 355 13 Charlotte Undy 00:35:40 626 7 Louise Jeffrey 00:23:42 518 109 Ella Schleyer 00:57:27
160 35 Glen Martin 00:17:49 340 14 Brenda Simons 00:36:04 536 8 Liam Whitehead 00:23:45 517 110 Reilly Schleyer 00:57:32
233 36 James Fisher 00:18:08 341 15 Helen Allen 00:36:04 617 9 Johnathan Murphy 00:24:16 520 111 Tori Schleyer 00:57:38
232 37 Nick Fisher 00:18:09 365 16 Libbi Simons 00:36:04 676 10 Unknown FINISHER 00:24:27 700 112 Michael Ellis 00:57:44
161 38 Jarryd Martin 00:18:15 366 17 Kristen Smith 00:36:13 589 11 Harry O’Reilly 00:24:31 701 113 Elizabeth Ellis 00:57:57
109 39 Sara Lonergan 00:18:34 334 18 Jessica Jansen 00:40:38 638 12 Freya Lidgett 00:24:32 513 114 Damian Jones 00:58:34
112 40 Isla Lonergan 00:18:34 329 19 Faye Woolley 00:40:39 587 13 Tony Kramberger 00:24:35 679 115 Unknown FINISHER 00:58:35
262 41 Ansh Vaidya 00:19:51 387 20 Amanda Griffith 00:41:42 685 14 Unknown FINISHER 00:25:34 512 116 Karen Hapgood 00:58:37
241 42 Jason Shannon 00:19:55 313 21 Sarah Quick 00:43:04 507 15 Andrei Nadin 00:26:01 678 117 Unknown FINISHER 00:58:46
243 43 Jake Shannon 00:19:56 316 22 Mackenzie Quick 00:43:05 706 16 Jayden Vermeend 00:28:07 583 118 Charlotte Muir 00:59:33
261 44 Krushang Vaidya 00:19:56 363 23 Megan Fraumano 00:43:27 666 17 Unknown FINISHER 00:28:53 580 119 Joanne Muir 01:00:03
239 45 Bethany Moyle 00:20:17 362 24 Tristan May 00:43:27 509 18 Echota Nadin 00:28:57 581 120 Michael Muir 01:00:04
176 46 Marino Gorini 00:20:18 407 25 Unknown FINISHER 00:43:38 511 19 Katrina Murray 00:29:01 650 121 Alana McParland 01:00:04
247 47 Krystal Conlan 00:20:29 398 26 Patrice Bristow 00:44:56 505 20 Bec Morton 00:29:14 649 122 Claudia McParland 01:00:07
249 48 Alannah Conlan 00:20:29 342 27 Kylie Girdler 00:45:17 585 21 Jessica Beal 00:29:22 648 123 Austin McParland 01:00:19
248 49 Tim Conlan 00:20:29 397 28 Gabe Bristow 00:45:26 717 22 Amanda Favon 00:30:15 647 124 Belinda McParland 01:00:19
175 50 Janice Gorini 00:20:32 370 29 Lachlan McMahon 00:45:32 590 23 Mark O’Reilly 00:30:21 651 125 Shaun McParland 01:00:19
238 51 James Moyle 00:20:41 319 30 Aurora Camilleri 00:47:29 693 24 Naomi Clark 00:30:24 646 126 Stella McParland 01:00:19
183 52 Benji Preston 00:21:19 318 31 Kriss Camilleri 00:47:29 677 25 Unknown FINISHER 00:30:33 698 127 Ross Taylor 01:00:20
181 53 Nick Preston 00:21:20 317 32 Karlie Camilleri 00:47:31 699 26 Brooke Closter 00:30:33 616 128 Soraya Stevens 01:00:56
185 54 Ethan Preston 00:21:27 385 33 Tim Gannon 00:48:07 506 27 Jenny Nadin 00:30:52 601 129 Rebecca Davis-Love 01:00:57
182 55 Dee Preston 00:21:28 306 34 Cameron Greig 00:48:08 561 28 Kerrie Van Rav 00:31:33 519 130 Kasey Schleyer 01:01:39
153 56 Chloe Oliver 00:21:33 308 35 Tamsyn Greig 00:48:08 670 29 Unknown FINISHER 00:31:58 516 131 Mark Schleyer 01:01:40
154 57 Leigh Oliver 00:21:33 386 36 Michelle Gannon 00:48:13 569 30 Lauren Shea 00:31:59 515 132 Sharon Sperling 01:01:43
152 58 Jayne Oliver 00:21:33 399 37 Katie Alexander 00:48:13 637 31 Trena Lidgett 00:32:00 523 133 Alison Evans 01:02:17
119 59 Roman Deagan 00:21:33 394 38 Lyn Gorman 00:48:59 660 32 Unknown FINISHER 00:32:11 728 134 Joellyn Li 01:02:41
231 60 Paul Fisher 00:21:56 348 39 Matilda Connell 00:49:32 639 33 Anna Lidgett 00:32:18 610 135 Abbie Spiteri 01:02:47
234 61 Maddie Fisher 00:21:56 404 40 Tegan Gaffiero 00:49:32 560 34 Stuart Deagan 00:32:21 609 136 Lexi Spiteri 01:02:48
117 62 Norah Muchino 00:22:22 347 41 Dwayne Connell 00:49:32 735 35 Unknown FINISHER 00:32:47 608 137 Natalie Goode 01:02:55
118 63 Allegra Deagan 00:22:22 405 42 Jackson Gaffiero 00:49:43 734 36 Unknown FINISHER 00:32:50 529 138 Vilma Cumper 01:04:09
205 64 Keira Stapleton 00:22:29 406 43 Joseph Gaffiero 00:49:52 584 37 Troy Toby 00:33:22 503 139 Jasper Beath 01:04:17
206 65 Lexi Stapleton 00:22:34 403 44 Kelvin Gaffiero 00:49:53 620 38 Rebecca Gordon 00:33:51 687 140 Unknown FINISHER 01:04:17
237 66 Thomas Moyle 00:22:50 392 45 Abby Noorman 00:50:39 597 39 Andrew Burke 00:33:52 688 141 Unknown FINISHER 01:04:18
235 67 David Moyle 00:22:52 388 46 Shannon Noorman 00:50:39 542 40 Bronwyn Mills 00:34:17 690 142 Unknown FINISHER 01:04:18
218 68 Unknown FINISHER 00:22:53 389 47 Adrian Noorman 00:50:39 607 41 James Chadima 00:34:21 686 143 Unknown FINISHER 01:04:18
215 69 Unknown FINISHER 00:22:53 322 48 Georgia Sinclair 00:51:51 622 42 Jo-Anne Mitchell 00:34:23 689 144 Unknown FINISHER 01:04:18
217 70 Unknown FINISHER 00:22:53 320 49 Aimee Skinner 00:51:51 563 43 Cain Oliver 00:34:52 502 145 Darren Beath 01:05:22
236 71 Elizabeth Moyle 00:22:54 357 50 Nicholle Jenkinson 00:51:55 703 44 Chelsea Mills 00:35:07 501 146 Briana Beath 01:05:23
204 72 Shawn Stapleton 00:23:01 333 51 Bailey Collinder 00:52:12 562 45 Steph Davidson 00:37:29 504 147 Scarlet Beath 01:05:23
203 73 Marita Stapleton 00:23:04 396 52 Kristy Clark 00:52:21 655 46 Brianna Baker 00:38:14 731 148 Lisa Micallef 01:06:58
146 74 Izaak Pell 00:23:14 395 53 Tim Bell 00:52:22 578 47 Peter Etches 00:38:49 730 149 Lisa Micallef 01:07:03
145 75 Seth Pell 00:23:17 332 54 Jordan Collinder 00:52:45 586 48 James Misson 00:39:04 732 150 Lisa Micallef 01:07:03
143 76 Cassie Pell 00:23:18 330 55 Rebecca Collinder 00:52:50 618 49 Debbie Winzar 00:40:35 733 151 Lisa Micallef 01:07:05
144 77 Bruce Pell 00:23:19 402 56 Iain Cowan 00:52:51 721 50 Kellie Shanks 00:41:12 627 152 Tobey Jeffrey 01:07:19
180 78 Rhiannon Hughes 00:23:23 400 57 Anita Cowan 00:53:00 692 51 Samatha Taylor 00:41:13 628 153 Ella Jeffrey 01:07:20
242 79 Josh Shannon 00:23:38 408 58 Annon Summers 00:53:16 705 52 Peta Vermeend 00:41:14 606 154 Olivia Jedras 01:09:02
240 80 Jasmine Shannon 00:23:39 409 59 Thomas Summers 00:53:16 656 53 Nikki Davey 00:41:33 604 155 Martin Jedras 01:09:03
102 81 Marcus Shea 00:24:27 401 60 Thomas Cowan 00:53:17 588 54 Damian Murrihy 00:41:56 605 156 Sylwia Jedras 01:09:06
158 82 Archie Sheppard 00:24:33 356 61 Brad Jenkinson 00:53:28 566 55 Jason Read 00:43:22 667 157 Unknown FINISHER 01:14:53
159 83 Thea Sheppard 00:24:34 359 62 Jai Jenkinson 00:53:28 612 56 Andrew Whitelaw 00:43:25 709 158 Annabelle Johnson 01:14:53
156 84 Matthew Sheppard 00:24:34 358 63 Miah Jenkinson 00:53:30 568 57 Pippa Read 00:43:26 668 159 Unknown FINISHER 01:14:54
134 85 Keira Hadlow 00:25:02 410 64 Brittni Summers 00:53:38 565 58 Kelly Read 00:43:27 708 160 Sadie Johnson 01:14:54
147 86 Alora Pell 00:25:04 321 65 Michael Sinclair 00:54:03 537 59 Jo Vermeend 00:43:58 556 161 Kay Carroll 01:26:40
179 87 Maija Lowcock 00:25:06 344 66 Kyan Girdler 00:54:13 704 60 Paul Vermeend 00:43:59 558 162 Jason Carroll 01:26:40
132 88 Melissa Smith 00:25:06 343 67 Joel Cabrie 00:54:28 718 61 Kristian Baker 00:44:07 559 163 Elliott Carroll 01:26:45
133 89 Gavin Hadlow 00:25:07 345 68 Peridot Girdler 00:54:29 716 62 Ryan Robertson 00:44:07 557 164 David Carroll 01:26:46
127 90 Georgia Romaszko 00:26:18 307 69 Jackson Greig 00:55:00 624 63 Maria Delange 00:44:26 524 -1 Colin Evans DNF
192 91 Sam Romaszko 00:27:03 360 70 Stefan Bulner 00:56:00 623 64 Nel Delange 00:44:26 530 -1 Sarah Cumper DNF
193 92 Milly Swan 00:27:07 361 71 Caelin Bulner 00:56:01 719 65 Lily Stevens 00:46:00 553 -1 Aileen Sloman DNF
223 93 Robyn Carroll 00:32:47 364 72 Susan Dangerfield 00:56:29 720 66 Anthea Stevens 00:46:00 554 -1 Lucille Blood DNF
224 94 Shirley Browne 00:32:47 328 73 Helen Tatchell 00:56:29 353 67 Lisa Harris 00:46:32 600 -1 Rhiannon Stevens DNF
141 95 Matthew Waters 00:37:34 325 74 Chloe Kay 00:57:04 625 68 Phil Jeffrey 00:48:10 602 -1 Jaidah Love DNF
137 96 Riley Cook 00:39:11 324 75 Max Kay 00:57:14 594 69 Izabela Sacco 00:48:27 652 -1 Rob Croxford DNF
142 97 Bella Waters 00:39:15 323 76 Claire Suprano 00:57:14 621 70 Lorraine Denham 00:48:45 653 -1 Nan Croxford DNF
129 98 Emily Duvnjak 00:39:29 305 77 Tamara Greig 00:57:28 702 71 Len Smith 00:49:17 722 -1 Terry Velden DNF
131 99 William Crilly 00:39:29 377 78 Ella Petersen 00:57:31 672 72 Unknown FINISHER 00:49:26 726 -1 Lin You DNF
130 100 Shane Crilly 00:39:30 376 79 Henry Petersen 00:57:31 673 73 Unknown FINISHER 00:49:27 727 -1 Sienna Li DNF
140 101 James Waters 00:41:25 375 80 Liam Petersen 00:57:32 675 74 Unknown FINISHER 00:49:54 729 -1 Alicia Li DNF
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MOORABOOL RUN 4 FUN Sunday 13th August

Project the grandest of scales
Continued from page 1
He explained that the $11 million registered with the state government. Mayor Edwards also said that as part
The Project
southern extension was the result of a This means it is a non-registered of the project, Council also constructed • Over 100,000 cubic metres of soil was shifted as
funding partnership between council, road, we expect this information to be part of the earthworks
a new pump station for Southern
state and federal governments as well provided shortly and we will open the
• 49 piles were driven in 30m deep as the foundation
Rural Water, being Stage 1 of the
as an ‘infrastructure alignment’ with of the bridge
road as soon as possible,” he wrote. modernisation of the Bacchus Marsh
Western Water, Southern Rural Water, • 14 beams weighing 75 tonnes each and 30m in
The project incorporates a 1.4km road Irrigation District which removes some length were used in the bridge to span the river
and future contributions from local
extension, a dual-lane 60m bridge over of the old inefficient open channels • The underside of the bridge is 600mm above the
developers Bellevue Tops, Stonehill,
the Werribee River, roundabout and 100-year Werribee River flood height
Essence and Underbank estates. along Werribee Vale Road.
road widening at Werribee Vale Road. • The road north of the bridge is below the 200-
But according to East Ward Councillor “We also constructed a 300mm water
It also provides pedestrian and cycle year river flood height, flood proofing future
Jarrod Bingham, who took to facebook main along the alignment and across
connections across Werribee River to developments
after the fun run, it’s the change of the bridge for Western Water ensuring
West Maddingley and to the existing • The SRW pump station can pump up to 50ML
ownership of Stonehill Estate that he future connections for residential
and popular river trails. of water per day, supplying the market gardens
alleges contributed mostly to part of
growth areas. across Bacchus Marsh
the road remaining closed. “Public lighting and footpaths and
“The project also integrates with • LED lighting was used in public lighting along with
“Due to the change of ownership at shared path connections were also
Melbourne Water drainage schemes native plants in revegetated areas
Stonehill Estate that has unfortunately delivered as part of the project, making
• 45 scattered aboriginal artefacts were collected
resulted in a delay for council to get the active transport, recreation and exercise on the south of the river providing for
prior to commencement of the project
required information to have the road safer and more accessible.” retention and treatment of stormwater.”

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Dear Editor, would be more efficient Bacchus Marsh amalgamat- opinions, legitimate and tion is not the only pressure issues - providing real help
I refer to Cr Keogh’s letter than smaller ones (a fact that ing was discarded and Bac- genuine concerns. This state- point. on real problems.
in the Moorabool News 8th many ratepayers in the old chus Marsh was “FORCED” ment demonstrates a lack of Paddocks once home to Awkward and poorly con-
August 2017 with regard to Ballan Shire would disagree into Moorabool to join a knowledge and understand- grazing cattle, plump or- sidered environmental over-
his reported recommended with) one of the proposals financially viable Ballan ing of ratepayers concerns chards and fields of wheat to lays need review – as do the
special charge on Gordon was that Bacchus Marsh Shire. The only consolation outside of Bacchus Marsh; the horizon are now hosting clunky, often unworkable,
ratepayers for roadworks at be tacked on to the east- offered by the Government which is part of the problem. wind turbines, quarries or native vegetation laws. They
the Gordon Primary School ern boundary of the Ballan was that Ballan would be the Cr Keogh’s diatribe on Peri solar panels. Fine - on the are a monolithic blob of nau-
(Moorabool News 4th July). Shire. A delegation from Bal- Municipal centre of the New Urban Municipalities and fam- face of it. seating bureaucracy.
The Councillor states “…it lan Shire met with the Min- Shire with all council and ily’s sharing costs and looking But we are witness to neigh-
ister of Local Government office functions operating None of this is to provide
is normal practice for the mu- after one another. Yes Well! bouring farmers fighting for
nicipality to arrange a separate to put the case that Ballan from Ballan; which has been farmers with cart blanche to
As for “…outlandish state- their rights – the right to a do whatever they like. Quite
rate scheme for the relevant should remain a rural shire diluted with the passage of ments…inflammatory state- traditional farm and lifestyle the opposite - farmers need
construction in accordance with the boundaries extend- time. ments…lead to community - versus a new enterprise, or the environment in beauti-
with the Local Government ing to encompass other ru- Cr Keogh states “The reality alienation…should not be tol- housing estate.
Act …”. I would like to know ral areas in a symmetrical of a Shire with the makeup such erated…” Dare we criticise ful shape – and want to keep
how “normal” this practice manner and that the rapidly as ours is that the larger popu- Competition for land use is it that way.
Council or Councillors, can fierce. It is aggressive. And
is. I was of the understand- developing township of Bac- lated residential areas subsidise we have a different opinion? Put simply, our impact
ing that the section of the chus Marsh would more the sparser less populated rural it’s also the new norm. on food producers needs
Is Council above us ratepay-
Local Government Act he is logically make a better fit areas.” I am perplexed as ers? Are we to be treated by Yet, thanks to the popula- to be kept to a minimum.
referring to usually applies with Melton. The Minister to how the rest of the shire our local representatives the tion growth, land for food Legislators have an impor-
to schemes where the costs demonstrated agreeance (mainly the old Ballan Shire) way our state and federal production has never been tant role in planning for
were shared by many ben- with the delegation’s case has become such a basket representatives treat us. more important. It is why we changes in land use, popula-
eficiaries such as in the case and they left comfortable in case having to be propped need to review the planning tion growth and legitimate
Tony Lynch
of half cost footpath schemes the knowledge that Bacchus up by Bacchus Marsh when laws and legislation to pro- new activities.
Gordon tect the right to farm.
that were a result of ratepay- Marsh would combine with prior to amalgamation it They walk a mighty fine
er’s requests. Melton. However, it did not was financial. Has this been Early submissions to the line on an increasingly high
Cr Keogh’s rewriting of happen. Ballan Shire was brought about by the gov- Dear Editor, Parliamentary Committee
Our traditional farm land is tight rope. The balance bar
history with regard to the in a good financial position ernance and management of looking into the Sustainabil- must be loaded with respect,
amalgamation and the state and had a very good bal- the new Moorabool shire? A under escalating pressure. ity and Operational Challenges honesty, compassion, un-
government in that “… ance sheet, in fact as I recall shire that needs a moderator It is coming from popula- of Rural and Regional Councils derstanding and common
FORCED Bacchus Marsh into there were no rate increases to check on the actions of the tion growth. The metropoli- have called for a return of
council. tan weight gain is bursting sense.
Moorabool…” And that “… in the last two years prior to the Planning Flying Squads
Bacchus Marsh was the finan- Kennett dissolving council, Cr Keogh’s statement “Since the urban seams. The peri- introduced by the previ- When farm land and the fu-
cial saviour of Moorabool.” is Bacchus Marsh less so and amalgamation there has been a urban fringes are ever-hun- ous Liberal Government, ture collide – there’s food for
not entirely the case. Melton was having extreme lot of community unrest often gry for space and are march- then dumped by Dan. The thought.
When Jeff Kennett decided financial difficulties so the fuelled by unfounded opin- ing for more. Squads helped Councils Simon Ramsay MLC
that bigger municipalities possibility of Melton and ions.” And there are founded But the surging popula- bogged down with planning Member Western Vict.

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Lost and Found

‘Charm’ Female Domestic Short Hair Torti & Female Domestic Short Hair Black Torti Female Domestic Medium Hair Black & ‘Mumma Cat’ Female Domestic Short Tabby
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WHAT’S ON
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free events submitted will be considered for FREE publication at the
Editors discretion. Advertising of AGMs in this section will only appear
if a paid public notice also appears in the classifieds section, as per the
constitution of Business & Consumer Affairs for incorporated groups.

Bacchus Marsh & District Garden Club B3 Community
ADULT EDUCATION Meeting 2nd Tuesday of each month, 7.30pm at The Laurels, Focused, family friendly church with a difference. Services
Ballan & District Community House 229 Main St Bacchus Marsh. Guest Speakers. Supper after every 2nd & 4th Sundays at Avenue Bowling Club, Main St,
Rear Mechanics Hall, Ballan. Term 3 program – OUT NOW. each meeting. All Welcome. Enquiries - Wendy 5367 4170. Bacchus Marsh.
All enquiries, bookings, classes & venue hire - call 5368 1934. Lal Lal Moorabool Photographic Group Inc Bacchus Marsh Christian Church
Darley Neighbourhood House & Learning Centre Meeting 3rd Wednesday each month, 7pm. Soldiers Memorial Sunday Services 10am with kids program. 222 Main St, Bacchus
33-35 Jonathan Drive Darley. Short courses and classes. BM & Hall, Lal Lal. Enquiries 5341 7535. Marsh. Enquiries 9028 2622. www.bacchusmarshcc.org
District Photography Club - Meetings 2nd & 4th Wednesday Footscray Poultry Club (at Bacchus Marsh)
of month, 7.30pm. Enquiries welcome. Phone 5367 4390. Holy Trinity Anglican Church - Bacchus Marsh
Meetings held 2nd Sunday of month, 2pm. Poultry Pavilion. Service Times - Bacchus Marsh - Sunday 8.30am & 10am;
Melton South Community Centre Racecourse Rec. Reserve, Balliang-Bacchus Marsh Rd,
Term 3 Program - out now. Bookings and enquiries call 9747 Balliang - 2nd Sunday 10.30am, 4th Sunday 9am. Myrniong –
Bacchus Marsh. All welcome – Kerry 9741 9705. 1st & 3rd Sunday 11am. Enquiries – 5367 5362. 
8576.
The Laurels – Bacchus Marsh Community College Church of the Living God
229 Main Road, Bacchus Marsh. Courses and classes. MARKETS Christian youth ministry and bible teaching. 2nd Sunday
Enquiries & enrolments - 5367 1061. Ballan Lions Club Market of every month, 5pm. Open to all ages. At 14 Darcy St
Next market – Saturday 2 September Maddingley. Enq – 0408 260 727.
MEETINGS First Saturday each month - Inglis St, Ballan – 9am-1pm. Bacchus Marsh Baptist Church
Enquiries – 0402 390 080 (Wayne). Sundays, 10:30am, Worship Service and Children’s Program.
St Andrews Playgroup Bacchus Marsh
Darley Market Phone 5367 6550 for more details.
(Behind St Andrews Church) Cnr Gisborne Rd & Lerderderg
St Bacchus Marsh. Monday-Friday 9am, 11am, 1pm & 3pm. Saturday 2 September, 1pm. 1st & 3rd Saturday each month Our Lady Help of Christians Korobeit
Enquiries – Cindy 0433 651 066. at Darley Park Football Reserve. Enquiries – 0488 345 145 Mass every Saturday 6.30pm.
Moorabool Mission Recovery Group (Alan). Golden Harvest Christian Fellowship
Struggling with addiction; Pain from the past; family member Ballan Farmers Market Non denominational - Prayer every Sunday 10am, Men’s
out of control? Meeting weekly - Wednesday, 12.30pm – Jean Next Market – Saturday 9 September, 9am-1pm. KYB Monday evenings 6pm. Ladies KYB Wednesday 1pm.
Oomes Room, Lerderderg Library, Bacchus Marsh. Enq- 2nd Saturday each month, Mill Cottage car park. Further details – 0429 681 566.
Pastor Merv Patton – 0412 290 036. Enq – 0498 361 291 or 0490 114 130. Bacchus Marsh Life Church
Ballan Playgroup Meeting 10am every Sunday at the BM College Drama Room,
Every Tuesday of school Term. St Johns Anglican Church CHURCH in Grant Street. Enquiries Pastor Merv - 0412 290 036
Hall  - 9:30-11:30am. Enquiries - 0409 681 138 Anna or 0421 St Bernard’s Bacchus Marsh Catholic Church
Anglican Parish of West Moorabool
905 558 Tamsin.  Mass Times – Saturday- 5pm; Sunday – 8.30am & 10am.
Ballan Anglers Inc Ballan, Bungaree, Morrisons and Gordon
Meeting second Wednesday every month. Hudsons Hotel, Service Times – Sunday 27 August – St John’s Bungaree, 9am;
7.30pm. More anglers and families needed and welcome – St John’s Ballan, 11am; St Mark’s in the pub Gordon, 5pm.
0400 003 936. Enquiries - Glen Wesley on 5368 2730 for more details.
Alanon Support Group - for families of alcoholics Catholic Parish of Gordon
Meets at 10.30am on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month Mass Times - Saturday 26 August – Clarkes Hill, 6.30pm
at the Uniting Church Hall, Gisborne Road, Bacchus Marsh. Sunday 27 August – Gordon 8.45am; Ballan 10.30am.
Enq - 0421 222 717. Ballan Uniting Church (St. Paul’s)
Rose-Carers of Maddingley Park Services – 1st, 2nd & 3rd Sundays 11.15am. 4th Sunday 9.30am
Working Bees every 3rd Wednesday & Sunday of each Reflective Worship.
month. All welcome. Enquiries - 0418 171 119. Bacchus Marsh Uniting Church Parish
Bacchus Marsh Family Drug Support Group Services - St Andrew’s 9.30am every Sunday. Pentland Hills
For Family Members who have a loved one affected by drugs. 2pm 1st Sunday of month. Family ‘messy’ Church, 4.30pm
Enquiries - 1300 660 068. (4th Sunday of month). Enquiries - 5367 2543 (office)
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Environmental Opinion
TOM

with Tom Kingston

River dying from
upstream greed
I presume you have knowl- right to feel betrayed. The to address climate change provided the impetus for member Lucinda Corrigan, investment to innovate in
edge of the greed that is af- Government has done noth- and its associated harms us to take action. We can no a cattle breeder and former adaptation and mitigation,
fecting the Murray Darling ing to stop corporate irriga- has to be done in Australia longer wait for a corrupt and board director of Meat and as well as the opportuni-
River System. Allegations tors taking more water than these days in spite of the fossil fuelled government to Livestock Australia. “On our ties that renewable energy
of misuse and abuse of tax- they deserve. federal government. This is act for us. farm in the Murray Valley represents for farmers and
payer’s money show that the Again, I am reminded of being shown in the way state In just one of the many near Albury, 50 years ago regional communities.”
Murray Darling Basin Plan Premise Five from Der- governments are going their current examples of groups the frost would last on the The group was formed less
has failed to look after the rick Jensen’s work Endgame own way. Not only are state taking action regardless of ground for six weeks in win- than 18 months ago, and it
River and is open to rorting (United States, Seven Stories governments going their the federal government, the ter. That’s no longer the case crowd-funded two young
and abuse. How did water own way but in many cases and that affects biosecurity.” farmers Anika Molesworth
Press, 2006). The property of Lobby group the National
that was promised for the having to fight the Common- and Joshua Gilbert to attend
those higher on the hierarchy Farmers Federation (NFF) Across the industries, cli-
environment instead end wealth Government to do so.
is more valuable than the lives recently joined forces with mate change is having an ef- the UN’s climate talks in
Indeed states have two fights
up watering wealthy cotton of those below. It is acceptable Farmers for Climate Action fect, from a shorter growing Paris.
on their hands, one against
farms? Fortunately, there is for those above to increase the (FCA). NFF president Brent season for grain, to earlier And this is despite the fed-
an increasingly hostile cli-
a move in the Senate for a amount of property they con- Findlay said the joining of harvests in the wine indus- eral government and their
mate and the other against
Parliamentary inquiry. The trol – in everyday language, to forces would help influence try, and fishing stocks are total and complete inability
an increasingly disruptive
Murray Darling Basin Plan make money – by destroying or policy measures on tackling being affected by warmer to show any leadership in
federal government. Not
cost taxpayers $13 billion, taking the lives of those below. climate change. waters. Ms Corrigan said the what is fast becoming, if
only state governments but
an extraordinary amount, This is called production. If groups within our commu- “As a nation we can do FCA was a “broad church” it hasn’t already become,
and now we see the River those below damage the prop- nity have to fight against the more to reduce emissions, with people keen to make a a crisis we all are facing.
isn’t even getting the water it erty of those above, those above mortal enemy on all things and farmers we’ve surveyed positive change. “Our mem- This is bigger than ‘jobs and
needs to survive. may kill of otherwise destroy climate, the federal govern- agree on the need to cap bers are interested in eve- growth’, or the ‘war on ter-
Both the environment and the lives of those below. This is ment. One of the positive the temperature increase rything from how farmers ror’ or even, dare I say it, the
taxpayers are being ripped called justice. sides of this anti-action on because they’re seeing the can take part in the current economy. And yet the gov-
off. South Australians, at the I don’t know about you but climate change from the fed- changes on their proper- Emissions Reduction Fund, ernments sit on their hands.
end of the River, have every it seems to me that all action eral government is that it has ties,” said FCA committee to how we can attract more What is your opinion?
JESSICA

Howard I Know? with Jessica Howard

A recent report by Victoria University a day, this meal comes well within your
and Torrens University revealed that weight loss plan, but it also increases your
more than half of the adult population in chances of type 2 diabetes, high blood
Bacchus Marsh is considered obese. pressure, high cholesterol and out-of-
The report showed 69 per cent of the control blood sugar.
population were overweight, with more It is all too easy to become so obsessed
than 33 per cent suffering from high with kilojoule control that we often
cholesterol and 23 per cent having high overlook the most important aspect of
blood pressure. These are alarming food – the nutrients.
statistics.
The state government says displaying
In April this year, the Andrews Labor
appropriate labelling will ensure
Government announced that by 2018,
Victorians make informed healthy choices,
all major food outlets and supermarkets
but where on the menu does it state the
will be required to display kilojoule
extent of saturated fats, sodium, sugar and
contents on their menus. A step forward
empty carbs?
in reducing the state’s increasing obesity.
But is this enough? A lot of fast food menu items will have
more than half of our daily allowance
I am not a nutritionist, nor do I have any
of the necessary qualifications to tell you for saturated fats and sodium, meaning
what you can and can’t consume, but why we may be eating a low-kilojoule meal,
are we advertising a menu that focuses but we’re still putting ourselves at risk of
entirely on kilojoules? developing chronic diseases.
There are more than ten meals on the The quality of the food we consume is
McDonald’s fast food outlet menu that more important than the actual number
come under 2,500 kilojoules, one being a of kilojoules contained in it and we need
McChicken burger with a side salad and to do more to educate our community and
a diet soft drink (1,790 kj). Sure, if you’re promote health as being more than just a
Photo - QLD Health
counting and aiming for 8,700 kilojoules number.
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Escape to the Hidden Rowsley Valley House prices
by the square
metre
with homes selling for a
median of $1,532 per square
metre.
Buyers also paid a premium
for space in Geelong West,
Newtown and South Gee-
long with homes in these
areas selling for a median of
$1,477, $1,338 and $1,333 per
square metre.
Meanwhile, larger homes
and land blocks in Barwon
Heads saw the seaside town
Joseph Walton offer better value to buyers,
President, Reiv at $1,315 per square metre.
This is despite a median
201 Paces Lane, Rowsley New REIV data shows buy- house price of $946,000.
ers in Geelong paid more by High prices by the square
Price: $1,100,000 the square metre than any metre were also recorded in
•O
 pportunity to secure an amazing 60 acre property only 10 other regional town in the 12 Jan Juc and Lake Wendou-
minutes into town. months to June 30. ree, at $1,271 and $1,267 re-
•V
 iews over Brisbane Ranges, Parwan creek & to the rear of the At $1,748, homes in Geelong spectively. Both towns cur-
property views to the You Yangs & Corio Bay. commanded considerably rently have a median house
more by the square metre price in excess of $720,000.
•S
 pacious 4 bedroom brick veneer double storey home. than some of the state’s most In the year to June 30,
•S
 everal shedding options that would accommodate cars, expensive towns, including Torquay and Point Lonsdale
boats, motor bikes, horses etc. which are all located within a Barwon Heads. were also popular with buy-
short distance from the home. Geelong has experienced ers, attracting a median of
significant price growth in $1,259 and $1,229 per square
•A
 dditional 5.93 acres of sugar gum plantation which is 11
recent years with its me- metre respectively.
years old and the property has been extensively re-vegetated
dian house price rising to Other towns where homes
with mature native trees and shrubs.
$718,750 in June. Growth in sold for a median of at least
the regional city is being is $1,000 per square metre in-
supported by its proxim- clude East Geelong ($1,216
ity to Melbourne as well per square metre), Anglesea
as quality amenities, infra- ($1,122), Manifold Heights
structure and lifestyle. ($1,081) and Armstrong
Queenscliff on the Bellarine Creek ($1,007).
Peninsula also attracted top Homes in Ocean Grove,
dollar by the square metre Mount Duneed and the rela-
over the year, at $1,580. The tively new Ballarat suburb of
coastal town was one of the Lake Gardens all command
state’s most expensive in around $950 per square
June with a median house metre.
price of $840,000. For more information on
This was closely followed median house prices by
by Lorne on the Surf Coast town, visit reiv.com.au.

175 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh
Rayner Phone: 5366 3600
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W
NE TING
LIS

Bacchus Marsh 21 George Street 3 2 1
Easy Living in Central Location
This traditional weatherboard home offers a wonderful blend of period style and french
provincial touches. Delivering a practical layout of 3 bedrooms, master with ensuite, open plan
living encompasses a functional kitchen allowing for seamless connection to an all-weather
alfresco area. This is a fabulous home for first home buyers & young families as well as a great
downsizing option or savvy investment in a super-convenient locale.
Private Sale
Price $495,000 – $525,000
Inspect Saturday 11.00–11.30am
Office 2/137 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128
Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754 len@lensmith.com.au
Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828 kelvin@lensmith.com.au

p ect ay p ect ay
Ins urd Ins urd
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Sa Sa

Bacchus Marsh 3 Dickie Street 2 1 1 Bacchus Marsh 435 Werribee Vale Road 3 2 2

House on Large Block, Central Bacchus Private Sale Impressive Home on 2 acres Private Sale
Marsh This impressive property is in a quiet
Situated on an approximately 887m2 flat Price $400,000 – $430,000 rural location, yet only 5 minutes Price $749,000
block in a prime location. Featuring 10 foot Inspect Saturday 10.15–10.45am drive to Bacchus Marsh main street Inspect Saturday 12.30–1.00pm
ceilings, hard wood timber floors, a single shops, schools & train station. Easy
garage with a studio and a large 6x9m Office 2/137 Main Street, access to freeway, 50 minutes to CBD, Office 2/137 Main Street,
shed. Perfect for the person who wishes to Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128 expansive north facing living areas, Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128
renovate and extend, or develop S.T.C.A. wide verandahs, & extensive outdoor
Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754 entertainment area. Lovely valley views Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754
Located off the prestigious Lerderderg
len@lensmith.com.au overlooking market gardens to be len@lensmith.com.au
Street, walking distance to the Primary
schools and the Village Shopping Centre. Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828 enjoyed. Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828
kelvin@lensmith.com.au kelvin@lensmith.com.au
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Rayner We put you first
11 CAIRNS DRIVE, BACCHUS MARSH 14 GRANTLEIGH DRIVE, BACCHUS MARSH
NEW LISTING OPEN FOR INSPECTION

STUNNING SANDSTONE RESIDENCE 4 2 2 WE ARE FAMILY 4 2 2
• Be welcomed into this charming two storey family home, positioned with • Spacious 4 bedroom with study, all bedrooms have BIRs, the master bedroom
spectacular views over the Lerderderg River & walking track. Private Sale: $689,000 has WIR & large oval spa, double vanity & separate toilet in the open ensuite. Private Sale: $660,000
• 4 bdrms with an open plan upstairs study, master with ensuite & WIR. Inspect: Saturday 26th August • An abundance of 3 living areas, all off a central open plan kitchen with a walk in Inspect: Saturday 26th August
• Upstairs bdrms all have triple BIRs & serviced by 2 bathrooms & powder room. pantry & L shaped island bench & 900mm freestanding oven.
2.00pm–2.30pm 2.00pm–2.30pm
• Hardwood timber kitchen with a large u shaped island bench, with bay • Climate control includes, ducted heating & cooling, ceiling fans & a bonus
windows/meals area to the right & to the left is the living area. Contact: Marcus Rayner 0418 556 699 combustion wood heater in the family room. Contact: Marcus Rayner 0418 556 699
• Beyond the sliding door is a fully landscaped rear yard & massive pergola Email: marcus@raynerrealestate.com.au • Huge pergola with built in spa, colorbond shed & storage area with side Email: marcus@raynerrealestate.com.au
surrounded by mature plants & one of Bacchus Marsh most peaceful views. driveway for several cars, double LUG, garden shed and two dog runs/kennels.

6 COSTELLO CLOSE, BACCHUS MARSH 134 SOUTH MADDINGLEY ROAD, BACCHUS MARSH
OPEN FOR INSPECTION OPEN FOR INSPECTION

GORGEOUS CHARACTER FILLED HOME 4 2 2 STYLE AND SPACE ALL ROLLED IN TO ONE 4 2 3
• A simply beautiful property set only a short stroll from the centre of town. • Set on 10 acres, divided into 5 paddocks, 3 stables, 1 feeding shed, a 3 car
• 4 bdrms with BIRs, oversized master with his & her robes & ENS with stunning Private Sale: $579,000–$599,000 garage, garden shed and dam; Private Sale: $830,000–$860,000
Oak fi nishes & 6 Jet Spa Bath. Inspect: Saturday 26th August • Ensuite and BIRs, with a ceiling fan and split system cooling; Inspect: Saturday 26th August
• Kitchen with abundant storage & a large Chef Oven. 11.45am–12.15pm • Ceiling fan and split system cooling;
11.00am –11.30am
• Enough room for the entire family with two living spaces. Contact: Adam Tucci 0411 077 128 • Remaining 3 bedrooms have BIRs, 2 with French doors onto veranda;
• A wrap around alfresco leads you to your own paradise with landscaped • Tasmanian oak kitchen comprising gas stove, under bench oven and dishwasher; Contact: Marcus Rayner 0418 556 699
Email: adam@raynerrealestate.com.au Email: marcus@raynerrealestate.com.au
gardens & a tidy garden shed. • Quality drapes throughout, western red cedar windows, ducted gas heating, log
• 942m2 approx allotment for those who love outdoors. fi re, evaporative cooling and lots more.

47 ACACIA AVENUE, DALES CREEK 6 JOHANSEN PL, BACCHUS MARSH
OPEN FOR INSPECTION

Listings Wanted
Call Rayner First National
for a market appraisal
YOUR PERFECT TREE CHANGE AWAITS SCRUB A DUB DUB
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• Four bedroom home, the perfect option for a tree change • Well-proportioned 4 bedroom family home with rumpus.
• Master full Ens and WIR, remaining rooms have BIRs. • L shaped lounge & formal dining room & open fi re place.
• Spacious kitchen, large lounge and a second living area. • Kitchen has ample storage, family room has wood heater
• Wood fi re, oversize single garage, carport, under-house with sliding doors that lead off to the expansive decking.
storage, water tanks and ducted refrigerated cooling. • Takes in the north eastly views over Darley with bull nose
• Huge back veranda is perfect for entertaining. verandas and decking encapsulate this home.
• Situated on a beautiful 1 acre allotment, only 15 minutes • Ducted heating, evaporative cooling and ceiling fans.
from Bacchus Marsh. This family home can be made into a stunning home in a

Private Sale: $643,000
Inspect: Saturday 26th August 2.00pm–2.30pm
Contact: Melonie Winch 0408 675 011
desirable location.
Private Sale: $385,000
Inspect: By appointment
Contact: Marcus Rayner 0418 556 699
Rayner
Email: melonie@raynerrealestate.com.au Email: marcus@raynerrealestate.com.au

Marcus Julie Mark Melonie Graeme Adam Mark Rod Brendan
Rayner Higgins 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
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Arbee Real Estate
FOR SALE 5 Kerr street, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 18/96 Gisborne Road, Bacchus Marsh
3 1 2 1 1 1

Ideal First Home or Investment! Invest and retire in me !
This terrific 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom home has been tastefully This is an affordable modern one bedroom unit with a spacious lounge
decorated and is ideal for the first home buyer or investor alike. with split-system AC, a good size bedroom, kitchenette, and an
Freshly painted, with new floor coverings, and a new kitchen this updated bathroom with washing machine connection. Private
home is ready to move into.Ducted evaporative cooling throughout courtyard and allocated parking space. Great option for those looking
and a gas wall furnace heater in the lounge for year round comfort. for retirement living in a senior’s community.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $359,000 FOR SALE $159,000
CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157 CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157
WEB arbeerealestate.com.au WEB arbeerealestate.com.au

FOR SALE 14 Victoria Street, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 6b Manor Street, Bacchus Marsh
4 2 4 3 2 2

Luxury Living & Car Lovers Dream Executive Central Living
Stunning 56 square, 8 yr old, quality Shane Cook Home. Massive 1702 This beautiful double storey home is located within walking distance to everything. Consists
secure under house 4 car garage with office & storage. Master with of 3 B/R, 2 bathrooms, fantastic open plan living, plus a powder room/toilet down stairs,
ENS, spa & parents retreat. 3 additional double bedrooms all with BIRs, master B/R is a parents retreat. Kitchen has stone bench tops, WIP and quality appliances. For
2 bathrooms, 3 toilets, 3 living areas. Hardwood floors, quality carpets, your convenience there is a 2 person lift, double garage with remote doors provides direct
premium fixtures & fittings. Professionally landscaped 10192 block. access. 72m2 shed with rollerdoor access and solar panels providing savings on energy costs.

INSPECT Saturday 26th August 12:00-12:30pm INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $849,000 FOR SALE $849,000

OPEN FOR INSPECTION CONTACT Steve Creese 0475 888 101 CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157
WEB arbeerealestate.com.au WEB arbeerealestate.com.au

FOR SALE 4 Riverbend Drive, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 2/3a Labilliere Street, Bacchus Marsh
4 2 2 3 2 2

Magnificent Residence In Grantleigh Fantastic Townhouse
Featuring 4 bedrooms, main with large WIR & large ens with spa bath, As new 3 bedroom townhouse. Ground floor: Master bedroom with
shower, double vanity & toilet. The remaining 3 bedrooms have BIRs. WIR & ens, lounge room, family/meals & kitchen, laundry & powder
3 lounges, games/theatre room, study, spacious rumpus/5th bedroom, room & direct garage access. Upstairs: sitting room, 2 bedrooms,
fully enclosed alfresco. Polished floorboards, R/C double lock up bathroom. Ducted heating & a R/C Split System on the ground floor
garage, video security system, ducted heating & cooling. level. Covered & paved outdoor entertaining area behind the garage.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $670,000–$690,000 FOR SALE $419,000
CONTACT Peter Leonard 0429 671 990 CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157
WEB arbeerealestate.com.au WEB arbeerealestate.com.au

FOR SALE 1/22-24 McPherson Street, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 2/84 Clifton Drive, Bacchus Marsh
3 2 2
Site Your Business Here!
This fantastic 133m2 factory is in a prime corner location in the sought
Private and Quiet Townhouse Living
after complex at 22 McPherson Street in Maddingley. Only a couple of Clifton Park Estate townhouse with 3 bdrms, master with full ens and
years old this premises is fitted out with a reception area, a showroom, WIR, remaining bedrooms with BIRs. Open plan living and dining

SOLD SOLD
4 workstations, a managers office, a lunchroom/kitchen, male and adjacent to a modern kitchen which features gas stove, under bench
female bathrooms a separate storeroom accessible via the roller door oven and dishwasher and island bench. Ducted heating, evaporative
from the street. cooling and alfresco area. Double garage has direct internal access.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $299,000 FOR SALE $340,000
CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157 CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157
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Call for an obligation free Property
& Suburb report for your property.

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the role of adviser to the lovelorn.
LEO—July 23-August 22
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Stars & Puzzles
influential people are taking note of your skills. Time
may be right for a diplomatic chat about a friend’s
irresponsibility.
VIRGO—August 23-September 22
Relationships with your work mates are more amicable,
thanks to your more honest approach. Compromise is im-
portant in settling a family dispute. Some good financial
news may arrive this week.
QUICK PUZZLE LIBRA—September 23-October 22
★★★★★★★★ Communications improve noticeably. This is a fine week
for making your pitch to people in high places.
Community service is highlighted. Negotiations demand
a methodical approach.
★★★★★★★★ SCORPIO—October 23-November 21
Despite your good intentions, this is not the week for
ARIES—March 21-April 20 playing matchmaker. New interests, possibly related to
sports and fitness are highlighted. A truce is declared in
Coincidences are sprinkled through the week and your a friendship.
intuition is unusually strong now. Powers of concentration
are impressive too, despite some very delightful roman- SAGITTARIUS—November 22-December 22
tic distractions.
It may be necessary to pin down someone who’s been
TAURUS—April 21-May 22 avoiding important issues for some time. Meanwhile, you
Your artistic streak surfaces. You may find yourself cre- too may find yourself pushed to make a friendship related
ating a work of art or two, but unfortunately, an artistic commitment.
temperament accompanies it. Make an added effort to be
patient. CAPRICORN—December 23-January 20
You excel in the role of leader this week. Family mem-
GEMINI—May 23-June 21 bers respond positively to your forthright approach.
Intellectual contests are spotlighted now. Developing Travel is highlighted, particularly trips to new destinat-
friendships should not be rushed. News from abroad is ions.
encouraging but may require some follow-ups on your
part.
AQUARIUS—January 21-February 19

NO. 9009 CANCER—June 22-July 22
Surprises coming your way are generally pleasant - how-
ever, be cautious if thinking about surprising others. Your
ACROSS DOWN You can operate at top efficiency, but remember the short design sense is sharp - just the excuse you need to show
1. Gas (8) 2. Severe (5) way is often the long way. This week sees you perform- the flair that you possess.
6. Ponder (4) 3. Late (7) ing the role of adviser to the lovelorn.
8. Loyal (4) 4. Bird (4) PISCES—February 20-March 20
9. Saucy (8) 5. Hasten (8) LEO—July 23-August 22
A gift that comes your way may be more valuable than
10. Scold (5) 6. Decoration (5) Behind-the-scenes activities are spotlighted, meaning that you first believe. Expressions of friendship that you hear
11. Expunge (6) 7. Foolish (7) influential people are taking note of your skills. Time may require special interpretation. An unexpected guest
13. Astute (6) 12. Progressed (8) may be right for a diplomatic chat about a friend’s may arrive on the weekend.
15. Jerk (6) 14. Axe (7) irresponsibility.
17. Perfect state (6) 16. Unlawful (7) BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK
19. Lax (5) 18. Man’s name (5) VIRGO—August 23-September 22 You are extremely creative and possess a vivid imagina-
22. Wave (8) 20. Musical instrument (5) Relationships with your work mates are more amicable, tion. Your bright and sometimes offbeat ideas can help
23. Still (4) 21. Bridge (4) thanks to your more honest approach. Compromise is im- you realise a dream - but a greater ability to focus on one
24. Famous entertainer portant in settling a family dispute. Some good financial task at a time is a must. Friendships, especially old ones,
(4) news may arrive this week.
25. Gift (8) thrive.

CRYPTIC PUZZLE LIBRA—September 23-October 22
ACROSS Communications improve noticeably. This is a fine week
1. What historians talk about when they get together? for making your pitch to people in high places.

SUDOKU
(3,5). 6. Material for the book on gardening? (4). 8. De- Community service is highlighted. Negotiations demand
cline to give in to temptation (4). 9. Damage one yellow a methodical approach.
flower (8). 10. Rob does walk very quietly (5). 11. A glass
container is the answer (6). 13. Agree it is money, in a SCORPIO—October 23-November 21
way (6). 15. A tiny person, quiet and oddly prim (6). 17.
Ban by an obsolete statue (6). 19. In imitation of, subse-
quently (5). 22. Travelled as a stowaway and wasn’t pun-
NUMBER GAME
Despite your good intentions, this is not the week for
playing matchmaker. New interests, possibly related to
sports and fitness are highlighted. A truce is declared in
ished (4,4). 23. Bend that’s hard for a car, perhaps, to a friendship.
take (4). 24. The school returned the money (4). 25. How ANSWER BELOW
you feel plenty of tea should go in the pot? (8). SAGITTARIUS—November 22-December 22
DOWN It may be necessary to pin down someone who’s been
2. The smallest is in the final quarter (5). 3. Farming avoiding important issues for some time. Meanwhile, you
until years after (7). 4. Act dumb (4). 5.Rips out the inte- too may find yourself pushed to make a friendship related
rior, certain to amaze you (8). 6. Settle for “frivolous” (5). commitment.
7. Two animals made of metal (7). 12. Concealing the CAPRICORN—December 23-January 20
minor upsets from the managers (8). 14. Not one of those
know-alls! (7). 16. The music won’t do (7). 18. “The man You excel in the role of leader this week. Family mem-
stood on the box” in a foreign language (5). 20. Out of a bers respond positively to your forthright approach.
hundred, the Spanish do well (5). 21. The animal will Travel is highlighted, particularly trips to new destinat-
give birth (4). ions.
AQUARIUS—January 21-February 19
SOLUTIONS - CROSSWORD NO. 9008 Surprises coming your way are generally pleasant - how-
QUICK SOLUTIONS
Refrain. 18, LA-tin. 20, Ex-C-el. 21, Bear.
ever, be cautious if thinking about surprising others. Your
Across - 1, Cock. 7, Caribbean. 8, Iron. 9, Gush. 10,
Light. 7, Wolf-ram. 12, Ste-ward-s. 14, Student. 16,
design sense is sharp - just the excuse you need to show
Take. 11, Bass. 14, Chimpanzee. 16, Improbable. 19, the flair that you possess.
Down - 2, L-E-ast. 3, Till-age. 4, Mine. 5, Sur-pris-e. 6,
Dodo. 22, Isis. 24, Loot. 25, Once. 26, Utterance. 27,
25, Strongly.
Cede.
law. 19, After. 22, Went free. 23, Arc-H. 24, Eton (rev.). PISCES—February 20-March 20
Down - 1, Climb. 2, Cross. 3, Saluki. 4, Mishap. 5, Abet. A gift that comes your way may be more valuable than
10, Steal. 11, Retort. 13, A-S-sen-t. 15, Sh-rimp. 17, Out-
6, Hackneyed. 12, Animosity. 13, Scar. 15, Need. 17, you first believe. Expressions of friendship that you hear
Across - 1, Old times. 6, Lawn. 8, Fall. 9, Mar-I-gold.
Ballad. 18, Broach. 20, Ounce. 21, Obese. 23, Stew. may require special interpretation. An unexpected guest
CRYPTIC SOLUTIONS
may arrive on the weekend.
CRYPTIC SOLUTIONS
18, Peter. 20, Cello. 21, Span.
Across - 1, Laps. 7, Pike-staff. 8, Thee. 9, Ti-er (rev.). BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK
Medal. 7, Lunatic. 12, Advanced. 14, Hatchet. 16, Illicit.
10, Pots. 11, (b)Rid(e)s. 14, High-handed. 16, Wait and You are extremely creative and possess a vivid imagina-
Down - 2, Harsh. 3, Overdue. 4, Ibis. 5, Expedite. 6,
see. 19, Digs. 22, T-rim. 24, Show. 25, Page. 26, In ar- tion. Your bright and sometimes offbeat ideas can help
tion.
rear-s. 27, Bear. you realise a dream - but a greater ability to focus on one
19, Slack. 22, Whitecap. 23, Calm. 24, Star. 25, Dona-
Down - 1, Late-r. 2, P-lead. 3, R-i’d-ing. 4, Dearth (anag.). task at a time is a must. Friendships, especially old ones,
Chide. 11, Delete. 13, Shrewd. 15, Twitch. 17, Utopia.
5, Step (rev.). 6, Off the peg. 12, Imp-airing. 13, S-hut. thrive.
Across - 1, Chlorine. 6, Mull. 8, True. 9, Impudent. 10,
15, Nee-d. 17, Ne-st-ed. 18, Scours. 20, I-rate. 21, Sheer.
QUICK SOLUTIONS
(anag.). 23, Mark.
SOLUTIONS - CROSSWORD NO. 9009
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Ballarat Football/Netball League
Ballarat Football/Netball League
Ballarat Football/Netball League
Results – Round 17
BFL Top Goal Kickers Goldfields
Results – Round 17
Results – Round 17 Seniors
Brendan Fevola Melton South.......................... 52
Womens
Club
Club A A B B C C D D
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Bacchus Marsh 42 42 36 36 49 49 52 5257 57 Jarrah Maksymow Bacchus Marsh....................... 50 Football League
Sebastopol
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Ballarat
Ballarat 41 41 47 47 37 37 28 2850 50 Elimination Final
Reserves

BFL Ladder
Darley 31 23 31
Darley 31 23 31 29 2927 27 Division 2
East Point 50 55 51 45 24 Aaron Speak Darley...................................... 40
Nth East Point 55 50 49 55 20 51 30 4540 24
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City
Ballarat City 32 55 45 49 15 20 32 3030 40 Ross Gundry Darley...................................... 25 Bacchus Marsh 6.14 (50)
Seniors Melton
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Team % PTS Photos Tim Saultry
1 Bacchus Marsh.........175.33 62 Results – Round 16 Under 18.5s
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4 Redan........................130.43 52
BFL Junior Top Goal Kickers
East Point Jnrs 30 24 20 4 56 16
Mount Clear 37Sen 29 Res 35 Sen 16 Res6 Sen
10 Res
5 Sunbury....................116.05 40 EastRedan
Point Jnrs 26 30 26 24 38 20 30 430 56
38 16
6 East Point...................92.89 32 Mount Marsh
Bacchus Clear 27 37 34 29 24 35 19 1620 62 Under 16.5 Seniors
10
7 Melton South..............84.21 32 Redan
Sebastopo 29 26 15 26 15 38 16 3013 30
10 Ned Nash
38 Lake Wendouree.................... 33
8 North Ballarat City.....93.38 28 BallaratMarsh
Bacchus 35 27 50 34 25 24 28 1917 22
20 Andrew
2 Azzopardi Darley...................................... 20
NthSebastopo
Ballarat City - 29 - 15 - 15 28 1624 26
13 10
9 Melton........................81.33 28 Lake Wendouree - 35 - - 16 Under 16.5 Reserves
Ballarat 50 25 2820 30
17 22
10 Ballarat . ................... 72.41 18 Nth Ballarat City - - - 28 24 Brodie Plover
26 Lake Wendouree.................... 40
11 Sebastopol................45.35 12 Lake Wendouree - - - 16 20 Rylan Tanner
30 Darley...................................... 25
Reserves
1 Darley........................240.04 60
Ballarat Football League Mace Cousins Bacchus Marsh....................... 23
Results - Round 17 Ashley Brent Lay Bacchus Marsh....................... 21
2 East Point..................210.61 56
Seniors Dylan Lorensini Darley ..................................... 20
3 Sunbury....................157.92 56
Bacchus Marsh 22.28 (160) def Sebastopol 1.3 (9) U/14 Seniors
4 Lake Wendouree......153.93 56
5 Bacchus Marsh.........170.24 48 Charlie Molan Mount Clear........................... 44
Darley 15.17 (107) def Ballarat 7.8 (50)
6 Melton South.............143.66 40 Will Johnson Darley.......................................17
East Point 17.8 (110) def North Ballarat City 14.11 (95)
7 Melton .......................71.64 26 Lane Havelberg Darley...................................... 15
Melton South 13.7 (85) def Melton 12.6 (78) Brodie Ward Darley.......................................14
8 Redan.........................80.86 24
9 Sebastopol................ 60.36 22 Reserves U/14 Reserves
10 Ballarat . ...................65.59 20 Bacchus Marsh 19.13 (127) def Sebastopol 4.4 (28) Tynon Oakley Sebastopol............................... 62
11 North Ballarat City.......17.13 8 Darley 13.15 (93) def Ballarat 6.8 (44) U/12 Seniors
Under 18.5s East Point 26.18 (174) def North Ballarat City 3.1 (19) Liam Mason Mount Clear............................31
1 East Point..................243.87 60 Melton 9.7 (61) def Melton South 7.13 (55) William Lalor Bacchus Marsh........................18
2 Redan........................227.67 52 Ethan McKercher Bacchus Marsh........................16
3 North Ballarat City.....217.51 52 Under 18.5s
Bacchus Marsh def Sebastopol (forfeit) Joshua Huxtable Bacchus Marsh....................... 13
4 Lake Wendouree......178.44 48
Joel Freeman Darley.......................................11
5 Bacchus Marsh.........170.97 44 Ballarat 12.10 (82) def Darley 2.4 (16)
U/12 Reserves
6 Ballarat......................124.76 40 East Point 10.6 (66) def North Ballarat City 2.4 (16)
7 Melton.......................103.68 32 Jack Bray Redan........................................19
Melton 5.13 (43) def Melton South 5.11 (41) Jayven Tanner Darley...................................... 13
8 Melton South..............83.40 32
9 Sunbury.....................75.25 28 Ned Loft Darley........................................ 6
10 Darley........................56.10 20 Ballarat Junior Football League
11 Sebastopol....................7.14 8 Results - Round 16
Under 16.5 Seniors Under 16.5 Seniors BFL Junior Finals
1 North Ballarat............179.48 60 Redan 0.0 (0) def Bacchus Marsh 6.8 (44) FOOTBALL
2 Lake Wendouree......164.02 52 Qualifying Final
East Point 13.8 (86) def Mount Clear 5.5 (35)
3 Darley........................120.39 44 Saturday 26 August – Eastern Oval
4 Ballarat . ................... 127.73 36 North Ballarat 11.15 (81) def Lake Wendouree 6.7 (43)
Under 16.5 Reserves U/12 Reserves – Nth Ballarat v Ballarat
5 Redan........................104.40 32
U/12 Seniors – Mt Clear v Bacchus Marsh
6 East Point................... 67.61 16 Bacchus Marsh 10.10 (70) def Redan 7.1 (43)
7 Bacchus Marsh............ 57.62 8 U14 Reserves – Nth Ballarat v Sebastopol
Mount Clear 14.20 (104) def East Point 2.1 (13)
8 Mount Clear................. 51.76 8 U14 Seniors – Mt Clear v Darley
Lake Wendouree 17.11 (113) def North Ballarat 1.7 (13) U16.5 Reserves – Ballarat v Lake Wendouree
Under 16.5 Reserves
1 Lake Wendouree..... 366.39 62 U/14 Seniors U16.5 Seniors – Nth Ballarat v Lake Wendouree
2 Ballarat......................146.06 44 Bacchus Marsh 4.16 (40) def Redan 3.8 (26)
1st Elimination Final
3 Darley........................109.98 38 East Point 4.2 (26) def Mount Clear 3.5 (23)
Sunday 27 August – Northern Oval No. 2
4 North Ballarat.............89.44 32 Lake Wendouree 10.5 (65) def North Ballarat 9.4 (58)
5 Bacchus Marsh..........91.72 28 U/12 Reserves – Darley v Lake Wendouree
U/14 Reserves U/12 Seniors – Ballarat v Nth Ballarat
6 Redan.........................66.95 24
7 Mount Clear...............69.79 20 Redan 11.18 (84) def Bacchus Marsh 0.2 (2) U14 Reserves – Darley v Mt Clear
8 East Point.....................35.06 8 Sebastopol 21.8 (134) def Ballarat 2.1 (13) U14 Seniors – Nth Ballarat v East Point
U/14 Seniors Mount Clear 10.5 (65) def East Point 2.7 (19) U16.5 Reserves – Darley v Redan
1 Mount Clear..............391.90 56 North Ballarat 19.9 (123) def Lake Wendouree 2.3 (15) U16.5 Seniors – Darley v East Point
2 Darley........................144.50 46 U/12 Seniors 2nd Elimination Final
3 East Point..................163.10 44
Bacchus Marsh 12.4 (76) def Redan 1.0 (6) Sunday 27 August – Wendouree Reserve 1
4 Ballarat.......................86.02 38
5 Redan.........................90.16 32 Ballarat 9.6 (60) def Sebastopol 3.1 (19) U/12 Reserves – Mt Clear v Redan
6 North Ballarat.............70.80 16 Mount Clear 16.16 (112) def East Point 1.1 (7) U/12 Seniors – Lake Wendouree v Redan
7 Lake Wendouree....... 47.40 12 North Ballarat 5.3 (33) drew Lake Wendouree 5.3 (33) U14 Reserves – East Point v Redan
8 Bacchus Marsh..........45.54 12 U/12 Reserves U14 Seniors – Ballarat v Redan
U/14 Reserves
Redan 4.0 (24) def Bacchus Marsh 1.1 (7) U16.5 Reserves – Nth Ballarat v Bacchus Marsh
1 Sebastopol............... 868.79 64 U16.5 Seniors – Ballarat v Redan
2 North Ballarat........... 288.20 56 Ballarat 4.5 (29) def Sebastopol 0.2 (2)
3 Mount Clear..............283.33 52 Mount Clear 3.3 (21) def East Point 2.2 (14) NETBALL
4 East Point...................141.16 40 North Ballarat 9.3 (57) def Lake Wendouree 2.2 (14) Qualifying Final
5 Redan.........................88.31 32 Saturday 26 August – Eastern Oval
6 Darley.........................70.81 28 13&U Reserves – East Point v Lake Wendouree
7 Lake Wendouree........37.18 24 13&U Seniors – East Point v Lake Wendouree
8 Ballarat.......................23.51 20 Goldfields Womens Football League 15&U Reserves – Nth Ballarat v Lake Wendouree
9 Bacchus Marsh............. 7.45 8 Qualifying Final 15&U Seniors – Nth Ballarat v Lake Wendouree
U/12 Seniors Division 1 17&U Reserves – Nth Ballarat v Darley
1 Mount Clear..............847.06 60 17&U Seniors – Nth Ballarat v Lake Wendouree
2 Bacchus Marsh........ 569.23 60 Redan 6.6 (42) def Sunbury Kangaroos 3.3 (21)
3 Ballarat...................... 114.02 48 Ballarat Youth Girls 1st Elimination Final
4 Redan.........................96.75 40 Lakers 4.4 (28) def Ballarat Swans 3.1 (19) Sunday 27 August – Northern Oval No. 2
5 Lake Wendouree.......86.17 34 Carisbrook Lions 3.0 (18) def North Ballarat City 2.3 (15) 13&U Reserves – Nth Ballarat v Redan
6 North Ballarat.............72.26 30 13&U Seniors – Nth Ballarat v Sebastopol
7 Sebastopol.................50.08 24 Elimination Final 15&U Reserves – Ballarat v Sebastopol
8 Darley......................... 37.85 16 Division 2 15&U Seniors – Mt Clear v Ballarat
9 East Point...................18.28 12 Gisborne 8.2 (50) def Redan Gold 0.2 (2) 17&U Reserves – Ballarat v Redan
U/12 Reserves Bacchus Marsh 6.14 (50) def Drysdale 1.4 (10) 17&U Seniors – Darley v Redan
1 North Ballarat........... 443.59 60
Riddell Youth Girls 2nd Elimination Final
2 Ballarat......................152.20 52
3 Darley........................166.01 50 Darley Devils 5.4 (34) def Gisborne White 2.2 (14) Sunday 27 August – Wendouree Reserve 1
4 Mount Clear............. 286.52 48 13&U Reserves – Mt Clear v Ballarat
Melton Centrals 5.11 (41) def Sunbury Kangaroos 3.6 (24)
5 Redan........................136.02 42 13&U Seniors – Ballarat v Redan
6 Lake Wendouree.......40.25 24 U/13 Junior Girls 15&U Reserves – Redan v Bacchus Marsh
7 East Point...................43.98 16 Lakers 2.4 (16) def Ballarat Swans 2.0 (12) 15&U Seniors – Darley v Sebastopol
8 Sebastopol................. 39.74 16 Redan 4.4 (28) def East Point Dragons 2.3 (15) 17&U Reserves – Bacchus Marsh v Lake Wendouree
9 Bacchus Marsh..........23.36 16 17&U Seniors – Mt Clear v East Point
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Central Highlands Football Central Highlands Netball League Ballan Golf Club
FINALS RESULTS – Week 1
Netball League Results - Week ending Saturday 19 August
Wednesday Stableford
Junior Best & Fairest Winner - Les Martin (19) 31 points
on c/b from Michael Di Fiore (13).
FOOTBALL Lara Casey – 13
Erynn Vella – 9 NTPs - 15th Kev Lockman. Magpie 14th John Fitzgerald.
Under 15
BUNGAREE Saturday - 2 Person Ambrose
Winner
Jemima Clarke – 28 Winners
Lucas Blazco (Gordon)
Mackenzie Nicholson – 24
44 votes 1st - Anthony Moore & Ian Bragge 59-5.25-53.75.
Molly Ryan – 9
Runner Up 2nd - Athol Love & Don Wickson 64-7.75-56.25.
DUNNSTOWN
Nicholas Pantzidis
(Buninyong) 31 votes Summah Givvens – 29 3rd - Paul Rogers & Craig Rogers 68-11-57.
Under 18 Millie Cracknell – 13 NTPs - 7th Anthony Moore, 12th Ian Bragge.
Winner Indy Sheridan – 10
Magpies - 4th Barry Sims.
Bryce Coffey (Hepburn) GORDON
Makayla Anderson – 25 18th Anthony Moore - Hole-in-one.
28 votes
Central Highlands Netball League
Central Highlands Netball League
Abbie Toohey – 13 Eagles Nest - 18th Anthony Moore
Runner Up
Hayden Rodgers (Hepburn) Zoe Hunt – 6 FINALS VENUES – Week 2
FINALS VENUES – Week 2
23 votes SPRINGBANK
Taylah Ingram – 24
Bacchus Marsh Soccer Club
DATE MATCHES TEAMS START
Under 15
BUNGAREE Gemma O’Neil – 13 13&UNDER 2ND SEMI FINAL WAUBRA V BUNGAREE 9.30AM

Brenton Devereux – 17 Samantha Spicer – 10 15 &UNDER 2ND SEMI FINAL BUNGAREE V NEWLYN 10.30AM Results - Round 17
SAT 26 AUGUST

17&Under
LEARMONTH

Angus Bigmore – 3 17&UNDER 2ND SEMI FINAL LEARMONTH V CRESWICK 11.30AM Under 13s Open
Dominic Bartolo – 2 Winner
Ella McLean – Skipton C GRADE 2ND SEMI FINAL SPRINGBANK V HEPBURN 12.30PM Bacchus Marsh (2) lost Victoria Park Blue (6)
DUNNSTOWN
Daniel Britt – 13 (32 votes) B GRADE 2ND SEMI FINAL CRESWICK V CLUNES 1.30PM Goals - David Dillon (1), Jesse Ryan (1)
Liam Carroll – 9 Runner-Up A GRADE 2ND SEMI FINAL BEAUFORT V BUNGAREE 2.30PM Under 15s
Lachlan Taylor – 5 Madison Selmon – Hepburn
(30 votes)
13&UNDER 1ST SEMI FINAL DUNNSTOWN V NEWLYN 9.30AM Bacchus Marsh Yellow (3) drew Bacchus Marsh Blue (3)
GORDON
BALLAN Goals - Yellow Team
SUN 27 AUGUST

15& UNDER 1ST SEMI FINAL HEPBURN V DUNNSTOWN 10.30AM
Lucas Blazko – 44
DAYLESFORD

Bailey Colligan – 14 Hannah Golding – 7 17&UNDER 1ST SEMI FINAL BUNINYONG V CLUNES 11.30AM Gracjan Piotrowski (1), Noah Simmons (1), Samuel Scott (1)
Daniel Pascoe – 6 Shelby Cox – 4 C GRADE 1ST SEMI FINAL BUNINYONG V NEWLYN 12.30PM Goals - Blue Team
SPRINGBANK Molly Powell – 3 B GRADE 1ST SEMI FINAL SPRINGBANK V NEWLYN 1.30PM Liam Hageman (2), Kai Maytom (1)
Angus Stewart – 24 Anais Clifford – 3
Hugh Porter – 14 BUNGAREE A GRADE 1ST SEMI FINAL SPRINGBANK V BUNINYONG 2.30PM
Under 16 Girls
Jack Sides – 12 Grace Todd – 20 Bacchus Marsh (3) lost Ballarat North United (9)
Patrick Simpson – 11 Charlottle Todd – 17
Central Highlands Football League Goals - Eliza Schembri (2), Diandra Rizzo (1)
Under 18 Molly Grech – 14
BALLAN DUNNSTOWN Qualifying Final 1
Lachlan Conlan – 15 Amy Purtell – 24 Seniors
Simon Dale – 15 Mia Tuddenham – 11 Beaufort 8.5  (53) def Buninyong 7.8  (50)
Hayden Thompson – 11 Ruby Green – 6 Reserves
Alistair Hine – 10 GORDON Buninyong 13.4  (82) def Creswick 6.10  (46)
BUNGAREE Jaye Dalgleish – 26 Under 18
Bradley Ilsley – 7 Bailey Young – 19 Hepburn 17.9  (111) def Springbank 5.4  (34)
Ton Walton – 5 Rachael Waterson – 7 Under 15
Lachlan Chivers – 5 SPRINGBANK Buninyong 5.9  (39) def Gordon 3.4  (22)
DUNNSTOWN Connie Blake – 15
Lester Guiao – 9 Taylah Ingram – 7 Qualifying Final 2
Connor Ronan – 7 Chloe O’Neil – 7 Seniors
Luke Dobler – 6 Hepburn  17.12  (114) def Springbank 10.7  (67)
SPRINGBANK Reserves
Kieran Maher – 15 Waubra 9.12  (66) def Learmonth 8.12  (60)
Jai McKenry – 13 Under 18
James Spicer – 12 Ballan 7.11  (53) def Buninyong 5.4  (34)
Flynn Donegan – 7 Under 15
Springbank  7.7  (49 def Hepburn 3.3  (21)

NETBALL Elimination Final 1
13&Under Seniors
Winner Daylesford 8.11  (59) def Waubra 7.7  (49)
Carley Elderfield (Hepburn) Reserves
(38 votes) Beaufort 10.6  (66) def Dunnstown 3.3  (21)
15&Under Best and Fairest
Runner Up Under 18
2017 Summah Givvens
Jessica Blackmore Dunnstown. Newlyn   13.5  (83) def Skipton 1.3  (9)
(Dunnstown) (35 votes) Under 15
BALLAN Learmonth 6.8  (44) def C’ham/Linton 5.0  (30)
Lily McConnell – 13
Chlor Ranieri – 12 Elimination Final 2
Lauren Alcock – 7 Seniors
BUNGAREE Gordon 12.17  (89) def Bungaree 10.7  (67)
Laura Lee – 25 Reserves
Sophie Boyd – 21 Daylesford  13.5  (83) def Hepburn 4.3  (27)
Tiarna Parry – 5 Under 18
DUNNSTOWN Beaufort 12.6  (78) def Creswick 7.8  (50)
Jessica Blackmore – 35 Under 15
Gemma Hanrahan – 20 Clunes 9.10  (64) def Skipton 6.2  (38)
Jazmin McMahon – 8
GORDON 13&Under Runner Up
Eden Blazko – 12 Jessica Blackmore CHFL Finals Venues
Gracie Fox – 6 Dunnstown (35 votes)
Saturday 26 August – Learmonth
Scarlet Fox – 6
SPRINGBANK 2nd Semi Final
Ellie McClure – 14 Under 15 – Gordon v Learmonth
Sienna Denman – 13 Under 18 – Springbank v Newlyn
Rubi Kinniburgh – 12
Reserves – Creswick v Beaufort
15&Under Seniors – Buninyong v Daylesford
Winner
Sunday 27 August – Daylesford
Summah Givvens
(Dunnstown) (29 votes) 1st Semi Final
Runner Up Under 15 – Hepburn v Clunes
Jemima Clarke – Bungaree Under 18 – Buninyong v Beaufort
(28 votes)
BALLAN Runner Up Jemima Clarke Reserves – Learmonth v Daylesford
Anais Clifford – 25 – Bungaree. Photos - CHNL Seniors – Springbank v Gordon
Sport
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National Level 2 Team: (L-R) Holly Mulholland (10), Tahleah James (9), Phoebe Baker (7),
Lily Jenks (9), Diana Scalzo (9), Kate Batchelar (7). Photo- Acrofun

The Sub Juniors ready for their Song & Dance routine. Photo - PCC Beaming
Competition
season underway after wins
By Kate Taylor “Our Level 2 team has six gymnasts who
In previous years Pentland Calisthenics College has eased into competition season but competed against 50 gymnasts and our team
2017 has begun with a bang.  Three out of the five competitive sections stepped out on stage Gymnasts from Acrofun in Bacchus Marsh came first overall,” Acrofun President Bree
to begin the season. Sub Juniors scored the early start making the trip to Forest Hill for their have put in a champion effort to win first Mort told the Moorabool News.
Mountain District Competition.  In their first outing for the year they were awarded the place – twice.
following places – March – 3rd, Clubs – Highly Commended, Free Exercises – Honourable “Our National Level 4 team came first
Competing in the National Women’s Artistic
Mention, Rods – Honourable Mention, Song & Dance – Highly Commended.  The youngest overall, with just three gymnasts who were
Gymnastics event in Stawell this month was
members of PCC (the Tinies) headed to the Wyndham Cultural Centre for their Barwon competing against 50 gymnasts and teams
the National Level 2 team made up of Holly
Competition – some of these performers are just three years of age and for most of them of six gymnasts, so to come first up against
Mulholland (10), Tahleah James (9), Phoebe
it was their first time ever on stage.  They were awarded Free Exercises – Honourable those odds was an outstanding effort.”
Baker (7), Lily Jenks (9), Diana Scalzo (9), and
Mention, Rods – Highly Commended, Character Dance – Highly Commended and Song –
Kate Batchelar (7). It was the first time that both teams have
Highly Commended.  Members of both Sub Junior and Tinies coaching teams then headed
to Geelong to perform with the Senior Team at their Barwon Competition held at Geelong The National Level 4 team was made up of won the top spot.
Performing Arts Centre where they achieved the following placings – March – Honourable Mikayla Cornford (13), Charlotte Ogston (11), “We are so very proud of all the gymnasts
Mention, Clubs – Highly Commended, Free Exercises – Second, Rods – Honourable and Tahlia Mort (12). who represented our club,” Ms Mort said.
Mention, Aesthetics – Honourable Mention, Revue – Second

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Reg: 1FJ3IR, 138,000 kms, 2006 KIA RIO Gas, Auto, Tow Bar, X Govt., 2.5 litre, Auto ST, 32,000 kms. Motors,
Ladder racks, 8/2017 Rego, One owner, custom accessories.
2010 JUMBUCK
Reg PPJ490

SOLD
full service book, 5 spd 5 door manual hatch,

SOLD
54,000 KMS, ABS Brakes, Reg DR909 Feb 18. Mineral blue

SOLD
PROTON UTE
manual, 5 door hatch, RWC, 115660km, one owner, Manual, 41,300km, tow bar, Cruise Control. Drop side with black trim. Immaculate. Price $800
Very good condition. very good cond., RWC, tub liner, excellent condition, tray. YWR597. $18990 Full service history.
PRICE REDUCED $5000 Reg UQL303, $5000 ONO 10 months rego. YQU989. 9399 Western Highway, East PRICE REDUCED $14,900 ONO Ph 0400 066 383
Enquiries: 0418 146 782 Ph: 0407 318 187 $9,000 - Phone 0419 335 362 Ballarat. Ph: 0428860345 Ph 0427 070 546

Sell your
JAYCO FREEDOM POP TOP
2001, 17’6”, fully insulated anniv. 2014 JAYCO STARCRAFT
MOTORHOME SUNLINER
ECLIPSE (Reg ZCS 275)
JAYCO WESTPORT POP TOP
2001, 17ft, awning and full
Caravan
here $50
model. Awning and full annex, 13 foot pop top, Rego.(X86208), Ford transit 2004. Diesel. annexe, peak condition, kept PORTABLE CABIN
custom upholstery, ensuite, gas North-South Bed, Cafe dinette, 2/3 berth. Gas stove, internal under cover, island bed, reverse Site/office, 6x3m, lights, power
hot water, 300AH 12V battery 82 litre water tank, innerspring heater, hot water, Toilet and cycle air cond. TV and antenna, points, air con, heavy duty door.

3 months
system, 2 single beds, level mattress, microwave, 90 litre 3 shower, 3 way fridge, solar crockery, cutlery, full oven, Bars on windows. Can organise
riders, electric brakes. extras way fridge, roll out awning, air Panels. Air bag suspension. level rides. $18,000 or best offer. delivery at owner’s cost. $6990
included. $19,000. Reg. P33 388 cond., solar panel, flat screen TV. Excellent Condition. $70.000 (Reg P23163) 9399 Western Highway, East
Phone 5367 8450 $25,000 ONO Phone 5368 1860 Phone - 0428 689 397. Contact RON 0438 090 547. Ballarat. Ph: 0428860345
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7 DAY SALE

UP TO

00
$2,0 RD
*
FUEL CA

ASX LS 2WD CVT AUTO OUTLANDER LS 2WD CVT AUTO PAJERO SPORT GLX AUTO TRITON GLS 4X4 DIESEL
DOUBLE CAB  PICK UP2
$25,990 DRIVE
AWAY 1 $29,990 DRIVE
AWAY 1 $47,500 DRIVE
AWAY 1
$38,990 DRIVE
AWAY 1

$1,00 0* $1,00 0* 500RRD
$1,5
*
,000RD
$2,0
*
CA
EL C RD
RD
AR FU RD
RD
CAR
EL CA FU CA D
EL C FU EL CA FU

• BLUETOOTH® CONNECTIVITY • 7 SEATS • 3.1 TONNE TOWING • CENTRE DIFFERENTIAL
& AUDIO STREAMING • SMARTPHONE LINK DISPLAY AUDIO SDA • 8 SPEED AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION • DUAL ZONE CLIMATE CONTROL
• 18” ALLOY WHEELS • DUAL ZONE CLIMATE CONTROL • SUPER SELECT II 4WD • 3.1 TONNE TOWING
• REVERSING CAMERA • REVERSING CAMERA • SMARTPHONE LINK DISPLAY AUDIO SDA • SUPER SELECT II 4WD
• TOUCH SCREEN DIGITAL AUDIO • REVERSING CAMERA • REVERSING CAMERA
• 7 AIRBAGS • 17” ALLOY WHEELS

UNDER 10,000KMS
SAVE ON NEW CAR PRICE
FITTED ACCESSORIES INCLUDED

KINGS CARS  BALLARAT MITSUBISHI
345 LEARMONTH RD WENDOUREE | 5338 4000 | KINGSCARSMITSUBISHI.COM.AU | LMCT9931

Participating Mitsubishi dealers. While stocks last. Mitsubishi reserves the right to extend or modify these offers. See participating dealers for full terms and conditions. Offers available on new vehicles purchased between 14th August and 20th August 2017. 1. Recommended DRIVE AWAY selling price, including 12 months registration,
CTP insurance, Stamp Duty & Dealer Delivery. Excludes Government, Rental and National Fleet customers. 2. 17MY Triton GLS Double Cab - Pick Up manual transmission. Private buyers and ABN holders only. *Fuel card offer redeemed at point of purchase. Or the relevant value of the Fuel Card can be substituted for a reduction from the
advertised drive away price. If selected, allow 6 weeks for fuel card delivery. †NEW VEHICLE WARRANTY: 5 years or 100,000km (whichever occurs first). Service conditions apply. ^CAPPED PRICE SERVICING: 3 years or 45,000kms (whichever occurs first). Covers all items specified under the standard “Regular Service Table” for normal
operating conditions detailed in the Periodic Inspection and Maintenance Schedule on the Mitsubishi website. Additional service/repair items (if required) are at additional costs. #ROADSIDE ASSIST (Service conditions apply). For the purchase of a new Mitsubishi vehicle, your initial 12-month roadside assist will be extended for a period
of 12 months from the date of the most recent eligible Capped Price Service for that vehicle performed at an authorised Mitsubishi dealer. Roadside assist, if extended in accordance with these items, is available for a maximum of up to 4 years. Conditions apply. See Mitsubishi-motors.com.au for further information. MMA0430_HP_B
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0 %
CAMRY ALTISE PETROL

$26,990 + driveaway [A2]
OFFER EXTENDED
COMPARISON
RATEˆ

$17,940 $31,990
FROM

driveaway ^
FROM

driveaway ^
COROLLA ZR HATCH
YARIS FWD ASCENT A1 2017 Corolla ZR with Panoramic Roof,
2017 Yaris Ascent, with Bluetooth, Reverse
Leather Accented Trim, 7-speed Auto,

$124,990
Camera, 7 Airbags, stock #8213402
stock#8092951
FROM

driveaway ^

LC200 SAHARA TURBO-DIESEL
King of the Road, 2017 LandCruiser V8
twin Turbo Diesel Auto, full Luxury. stock
#8254600

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

meltontoyota.com.au

[A2] Recommended drive away shown includes 12 months registration, 12 months compulsory third party insurance (CTP), a maximum dealer delivery charge, stamp duty and metallic paint. Pricing is applicable for Private, Bronze and Silver fleet customers, and primary producers only at
participating dealers. Offer available on vehicles produced October 2016 to September 2017 and purchased by 30/09/2017 unless offer extended. ^0% comparison rate available to approved personal applicants and a 0% annual percentage rate is available to approved business applicants of
Toyota Finance to finance eligible new and demonstrator Camry Petrol and Aurion vehicles. Excludes Camry Hybrid. Offer not available to government, fleet or rental buyers. Offer extended. Finance applications must be received and approved between 01/08/2017 and 30/09/2017. Maximum
finance term of 48 months applies. Terms, conditions, fees and charges apply. Toyota Finance reserves the right to change, extend or withdraw an offer at any time. Comparison rate based on a 5 year secured consumer fixed rate loan of $30,000. WARNING: This comparison rate is true only for
the examples given and may not include all fees and charges. Different terms, fees or other loan amounts might result in a different comparison rate. Toyota Finance is a division of Toyota Finance Australia Limited ABN 48 002 435 181, AFSL and Australian Credit Licence 392536. Prices quoted
on the cars in this ad are for the stock numbers mentioned and may not be able to be replicated to another car.
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stables THE HOTTEST VENUE IN THE WEST! MARQUEE
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Love is in the Air!
ANNUAL FUNDRAISING DINNER
BALLAN
DISTRICT
HEALTH
AND CARE

Raising funds to refurbish the
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IDEAL FO Memory Support Unit (Dementia Unit)
NEWCOM R
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TO THE R RS
EGION
FRIDAY 1 SEPTEMBER, 6.30PM
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17 Main Street, Myrniong
$110 per person MARQUEE
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local produce & entertainment
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