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Photo Jessica Howard

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Double trouble
crime reduced
By Kate Taylor “Young people were less like-
ly to commit serious assaults
Fewer young people commit- and motor vehicle thefts in
ted crimes together in 2016 company, and co-offending
compared to a decade ago, for these crimes have both
Crime Statistics Agency re- decreased compared to 2007.”
search shows. Further research found that
The figures are proving true the number of first-time young
in Moorabool, as well. offenders committing crimes
Two research papers exam- against the person remained
ined youth crime trends in stable over time, while the
Victoria, one detailing young number recorded for a prop-
people’s co-offending pat- erty and deception offence
terns, and the other analysing significantly decreased.
the seriousness of offences Bacchus Marsh policeman,
committed by first-time Leading Senior Constable
young offenders. Jim Ross told the Moorabool
The co-offending research News the falling youth crime
found that 56 per cent of statistics are true to what is
young offenders (10-17 year happening in Moorabool.
olds) committed at least one “Our figures show a slight
offence with another person Community members explore the nutritional information on food labels with Amy the BDHC Dietitian and Liz from
reduction overall in Moora- Ballan IGA. Photo – Jessica Howard
in 2016, down from 63 per cent bool – the figures are pleasing,

What the label really means
in 2007. I think as soon as something
Crime Statistics Agency happens then people in the
Chief Statistician Fiona Dows- community can tend to blame
ley said that young offenders young people for it but that’s
were more likely to co-offend not always the case,” he said. By Jessica Howard make informed decisions when gro- sessions to be held on a monthly basis.
compared to their adult “Also, the pro-active strate- cery shopping. Those involved are charged $5 each
counterparts. gies that Victoria Police have A group of local residents are now The small group were made to com- and meet at Ballan District Health and
“More than half (56 per cent) put in place should take a bit equipped to read and understand the pare food products and select healthy Care’s community health reception,
of all young offenders com- of credit for that, my own po- label on the side of their cereal box. 164 Inglis Street.
choices based on a guide that targeted
mitted at least one crime in sition as youth resource officer Important nutritional information the level of energy, saturated fat, trans The next workshop will be held on
the company of others, com- for one benefits the commu- like this was explored by members of
fat, sugar, fibre and salt. Thursday September 21, with more
pared to 30 per cent of offend- nity because I’m able to work the community at a workshop hosted
ers aged 18 to 24. last week by Ballan District Health The take-home guide also provides dates to be announced. Bookings are
more one-on-one with young
“Our research shows that the people than being reactive, the and Care dietician, Amy Trotter. important information on ingredi- essential.
crime type most likely to be figures reflect that pro-active The event was held at Ballan IGA in ents lists and nutrition symbols and For more information, or to make
committed in company is rob- side of policing and show that order to educate people about how to claims. a booking, contact Amy Trotter on
bery,” Ms Dowsley said. that component does work.” properly read food labels and in turn, The workshop was the first of many amyt@bdhc.com.au or 5366 7961.

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Legal gas a deadly drug from page 1

By Jessica Howard Some websites sell the prod-
ucts in batches of up to 3000,
Small steel cylinders used while an online Melbourne
to whip cream are being business makes late-night
inhaled to bring on a short- deliveries to people’s homes.
term high. Mr Ross said he understood
Whipped cream chargers, some people’s attitudes
otherwise known as nangs were that if they can’t buy it
or laughing gas, are filled at one place, they can get it
with nitrous oxide, which, elsewhere.
when inhaled, can make
“I believe that’s a fair call,
people feel euphoric and
however, with that attitude
relaxed.
I believe people may be
Bacchus Marsh Police Youth
throwing their arms in air
Resource Officer, Senior
and yelling ‘what can we
Constable Jim Ross said the
do’ or ‘it’s too late’. But what
gas is commonly used for
we can do is educate, put in
sedation and pain relief by
dentists and medical pro- place best practises and do
fessionals, however, the rec- the best to keep our young
reational drug comes with people safe.
major health risks. “I congratulate all super-
“It is a stimulant and the markets in our area for
worst-case scenario is sud- taking appropriate action
den death,” he said. and putting in place con-
According to the Austral- trols that I hope will deter
ian Drug Foundation, users young people risking their
inhale the gas, typically by lives. If there are other busi-
discharging it into another nesses out there selling this
object, such as a balloon, or product, I hope they do the
directly into the mouth. same”.
The steel cylinder is legally Senior Constable Jim Ross shows a cream charger alongside Maree from Foodworks, that no longer sell the items unless The consumption of nitrous
sold as a culinary object, but by order. Photo Jessica Howard oxide can result in numb-
fortunately not in Moora- this type of dangerous be- why people were buying the the shelves after it came to identification and reason for ness of the body, blurred vi-
bool Shire. Mr Ross said the haviour,” he said. cream charges, they took im- his attention that they were purchase. sion, light-headedness, loss
charges had recently been “A large national supermar- mediate action so that young being stolen. However, while local super- of oxygen and heart attack.
pulled from the shelves of ket in our area does not sell people were unable to read- He said the charges were markets have rightly curbed The gas is intensely cold, at
all local retailers. the items. When the smaller DEL  RIOS  LUNCH  MENU  
ily purchase them”. no longer sold on the prem- the sale of the dangerous negative 40C degrees, and
“I am pleased to see that the three other supermarkets Owner of Foodworks Bac- ises and customers were item, online and city suppli- can cause
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All-Da Marsh and chus Marsh, Alex Ng said required to place an order ers are still exploiting a legal nose, lips, throat and vocal
Eggs, Tomato & Tapas   Mains  
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proactive step towards
1540kJ smashed avo
Ballan had been informed the items
burgers & were pulled from after providing evidence of grey area. cords.
   
Two eggs cooked way, served
with grilled tomato and toasted ciabatta. Smashed avocado and crumbled feta
on toasted ciabatta, served with rocket sandwiches SERVED WITH CHIPS

Garlic  Prawns  
Bacon, Eggs, Tomato & Toast 2719kJ          
and blistered cherry tomatoes.
    Crispy Chicken    Burger     $ 8                                                                         Salmon  Salad  (quinoa,  tomatoes,  Spanish                                                  $18        
Smoked  

Café Chat
Bacon and two eggs cooked your way, 4435kJ
Original 1316kJ A panko crumbed chicken breast with lettuce, tomato,

Albondigas   ( Spanish   m eatballs)                     $ 8  
served with grilled tomato and toasted ciabatta.
With Poached Egg 1564kJ
cheese, grain mustard mayonnaise and sriracha
mayonnaise, served on a burger bun with chips.
onions,  capers,  cos  lettuce  &  rocket  salad  with  
Cheesy Scrambled Eggs 2657kJ With Bacon
Patatas  Bravas  
Scrambled eggs mixed with cheese, fresh herbs
and feta, and served with grilled tomato, spinach  (baked  potatoes  
With Smoked Salmon
2691kJ
spicy  tomato  sauce)      Grilled            Chicken      $6     3936kJ
             Option  homemade  dill  mayonnaise)                                                                                                                                
1750kJ Beef & Bacon Burger
Warm  marinaded  
and toasted ciabatta.
With Bacon, Olives  served  with  crusty  bread      
Poached 2824kJ        $8     3919kJ
A lean beef pattie with bacon, lettuce, tomato, del Rios Sparkling Brut $10/gl $40/bot
Breakfast Burger 3841kJ Egg & Hollandaise cheese, grain mustard mayonnaise and spicy

Spanish  Jamon  
A bacon and cheesy egg burger with rocket
EggsSBenedict
and tomato relish, served on a burger bun. errano  (served  &wPesto ith  
Chicken, Pumpkin
Flat Grill bread)     2437kJ
         $10     barbecue sauce, served on a burger bun with chips.
fresh Salads  
Granola Bowl Spanish   Tortilla  served  with  bread    
2088kJ
Two poached eggs served on toasted ciabatta with
hollandaise sauce, paprika and your choice of:                                    $8      
Pesto marinated chicken, roast pumpkin, feta,
cherry tomatoes and cheese, toasted in a soft
tortilla and served with a fresh garden salad.
Caesar Salad Fish  of  the  2124kJ Day          
Cos lettuce, crisp bacon, parmesan cheese and
                   $30      
A mix of toasted muesli clusters, dried cranberries
  Leg Ham 3884kJ Suggested a poached egg, served with caesar dressing
wine:
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of The Moorabo
and apples, minted honey yoghurt and mixed berries.

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and anchovies.
Classic Pancakes Bruschetta   3139kJ (Tomatoes,  Spanish  onions,  
Mushrooms & Spinach 3985kJ
Chicken & Bacon
Smashed Avo basil      
2396kJ
               An              adve        $10
Bacon
With Chicken
  2884kJ
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Three pancakes served with mixed berries, 4751kJ Smashed avocado and crumbled feta on
maple flavoured syrup, ice cream and cream. eredith  
Smoked marinaded   goats  fetta)   toasted ciabatta, served with grilled chicken, Greek Salad
4880mm X1100mm 1256kJ
Salmon & Spinach 3927kJ bacon, rocket and blistered cherry tomatoes.
Spanish  Paella  (chicken  and  seafood  rice  dish)      
Cucumber, tomato, kalamata olives,
Salted Caramel
  burgers & 2765kJ spanish onion, feta and mixed lettuce,

Caf×
Española  BUY served  ONE MEAL GET
Beer Battered Fish & Chips served with a lemon and oregano dressing.
& Banana Pancakes 2840kJ
served   with   salad                              $25      
sandwiches
Mel & Joe’s
Flathead fillets in a light, crunchy beer batter,
Mussels   with  crusty   bread                                                    $12        
Three pancakes served with cinnamon ricotta,
SERVED WITH CHIPS served with chips, a fresh garden salad
Asian Calamari Salad 1988kJ

From
roasted banana, salted caramel sauce and
Panko crumbed calamari dusted in lemon pepper and
toasted macadamia nuts.
Crispy Chicken Burger
and tartare sauce.
BLT Suggested wine: 2011 Pinot Noir $9/gl $35/bot
hite  wine)          
4452kJ served with coleslaw, roasted capsicum, cucumber,
(Mussels   steamed  with  garlic,  tomatoes,  
4435kJ
Pepperb asil  &  w3644kJ
ONE HALFLemonPRICE !

Bacon, cos lettuce, tomato, mayonnaise and tomato

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A panko crumbed chicken mint, crispy shallots and a thai basil dressing.
French Toast 3469kJ breast with lettuce, tomato, Calamari
 
the
relish, served on toasted ciabatta with chips.

  mayonnaise,
cheese, grain mustard mayonnaise and sriracha
served on a burger bun with chips. All-Day Lunch
Thick cut french toast served with
maple flavoured syrup and ice cream.
Panko crumbed calamari dusted with lemon pepper
and served with chips, a fresh garden salad
Chicken & Bacon
Chicken, Avocado
& Macadamia Salad
2343kJ

ay Bre akfast 3832kJ
Spanish   c hicken   salad                                                                                                                                                $18                                                                                                                      
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and tartare sauce.
Club Sandwich
ers & 9760mm X1100mm
Grilled chicken breast, mixed lettuce, cherry

1540kJ Spanish   twice  baked  chicken  wings      sandwiches
With Bacon Grilled Chicken burg
$
Option
4059kJ 3936kJ Grilled chicken breast, bacon, lettuce, tomatoes, red onion and toasted macadamias, topped
smashed avo
Toast
Grilled  tender  pieces  of  chicken  marinated  with    
CHIPS

Dine In / Take Away
SERVED WITHtomato, with fresh avocado, chives and balsamic dressing.
Grilled Haloumi spanish onion, cheese and caesar
Beef & Bacon2233kJ
ur way, served
Bruschetta
nd toasted ciabatta. Served  
A lean beef pattie w with ith  
Burger
crusty  
Smashed avocado and crumbled feta
bacon,omelett
on toasted ciabatta, served with rocket
tomato, es bread              
3919kJ
  Crispy Chicken   Burger  4435kJ
       $10     dressing, served on thick cut toast with chips.
Grilled Beef, Pumpkin 1996kJ

Sushi Rolls 2
& ChickpeaTraditional   S panish   h erbs   &   s pices   s erved   o n   a   s alad  
lettuce, tomato,
Grilled haloumi and a poached A panko crumbed chicken breast with lettuce,

$ .50
cheese,
egg on
and blistered a mixtomatoes.
cherry Steak Sandwich Salad
2437kJ  Original
grain mustard mayonnaise and spicy 3791kJ
2719kJ cheese, grain mustard mayonnaise and sriracha
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mato & Toast of fresh tomato, onion and basil, and served Choose one of our fresh omelettes or Grilled beef strips, roasted pumpkin and
barbecue sauce, served on a burger bun 1316kJ Grilled lean steak with grilled onion, rocket, tomato,
chips. Food brings people together, and it’s a privilege
cooked youron
way,toasted ciabatta with basil pesto.
mato and toasted ciabatta. 1564kJ &
with chips.
fresh
create your own to suit your tastes.

3509kJ Salads Grilled Chicken Option
3936kJ
mayonnaise, served on a burger bun with
cheese, mustard mayonnaise and tomato relish, of  lettuce,   rocket,  
chickpeas, mixed with capsicum, red onion,
to helptgrow omatoes,  
the 27-year heritages panish  
already built
onions,  avocado  
Corn & Zucchini Bocadillos  
oast pumpkin, feta, 2657kJ Fritters
With Poached Egg
1346kJ de  C
Ham, Cheese
horizo  Tomato
 ( Spanish   c horizo   s liders)                                         $ 12   served on toasted ciabatta with chips.

Kids  &with
feta, spinach, rocket, mint and a lemon dressing.

 mango            toast,
         On    this2neweggs,   baked
All day BIG BREAKFAST coffee,
2691kJ A cheese omelette with leg ham and roasted by the founders of The Coffee Club.
led Eggs with Bacon With Bacon Caesar Salad Burger 3919kJ
se, toasted in a soft Beef & Bacon
tomato, served with toasted ciabatta. 2124kJ
ed with cheese,Twofresh herbs
2  Withsmall   bread   b2824kJ
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1750kJ
with  grilled   chorizo,  
bacon, parmesantcheese opped   A lean beef pattie with bacon, lettuce, tomato, menu you’ll find fresh and

Hot Chinese
baked Smoked Salmon
corn and zucchini fritters topped Cos lettuce, crisp and
esh garden salad.
d with grilled tomato,
a.
spinach
with bacon, avocado, bruschetta mix and
With Bacon, Poached
Mushroom,
& Spinach
Ricotta 3081kJ
a poached egg, served with caesar dressing cheese, grain mustard mayonnaise and spicy
barbecue sauce, served on a burger bun
fres with chips. beans,h Sala bacon,
ds grilled Suggestedtomato and mushrooms
All kids’ meals are served with The Coffee Club’s
activity pack. Add a kids’ juice or bottle of water wine: wholesome dishes 2008 $15 Marsanne
with a little twist from me. $9/gl $35/bot
with  
tomato relish, served with
caramelised  
Egg & Hollanda ise onions,  
dressed rocket.
randoasted  
Chicken, Pumpkin anchovies. peppers,  
2437kJ rocket   for $2 (468kJ). Our babycinos are free.
2396kJ
MUST REDEEM VOUCHER: Not to be used  
A cheese omelette with roasted I hope you enjoy it!

agyu  Burger  topped  with  a  tomato                                                          $19   Away Available Take
er 3841kJ Salad 2124kJ
LUNCH Hamburger with the lot + any 600ml drink
Grill
$10
Salmon & Avocado Stack Flat
& Pesto With Chicken Chicken Parmigiana mushrooms, ricotta cheese, red onion Caesar Egg on Toast
y egg burger with rocket
 &  homemade  
Eggs Bene 1883kJ
Smoked salmon served with two baked corn and dict mayonnaise in conjunction  Greek with VIP, on public holidays
and spinach, served with toasted 2884kJ
ciabatta. chicken, roast
Pesto marinated pumpkin, feta, 3351kJ Cos lettuce, crisp bacon, parmesan cheese
and 1280kJ Justine
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Anakie  W1946kJ
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served on a burger bun. A panko crumbed chicken breast Smashed
toasted ciabatta with cherry tomatoes and cheese, toasted in
a soft topped a poached egg, served with caesar dressing Avo on Toast 1386kJ and The Coffee Club’s Food Ambassador
zucchini fritters topped with poacheddill
Twoavocado, andserved on
eggs Salad 1256kJ
Chorizo, Tomato & Basil
or with Cucumber, any3981kJ other
tomato,offers. Half price applies
with a mild salsa, crisp bacon and melted
h grilled chicken, tortilla and served with a fresh garden salad. and anchovies.
Suggested wine: “Anarchist” Red Blend $8/gl $30/bot
of:
2088kJ hollandaise sauce, paprika and your choice
onion ricotta, a poached egg and baby spinach. A cheese omelette with chorizo, roasted tomato cheese, and served with coleslaw and chips. Pancakes (2)
cherry tomatoes. kalamata olives, 2884kJ
muesli clusters, dried cranberries
Big Breakfast
honey yoghurt and mixed berries.
Leg Ham
4916kJ
3884kJ
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cheaper item.fetaAdd
Bacon onion,
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served with a lemon Club
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2396kJ
items are extra.
and basil, served with toasted ciabatta.
and mixed lettuce,
Nachos
With
OPEN
Chicken
Mon–Fri 1256kJ 6.00am–4.00pm  &  roast  p2098kJ
Served with ice cream and cream
epper  Sat 7.30am–2.00pm relish,  cheese  &  crispy  lettuce    
2840kJ   Mushrooms & Spinach
3985kJ Smashed Avo 5158kJ Greek Salad Chicken Nuggets Vegetarian
Chips Bacon, two eggs cooked your way, grilled tomato,
One
sides offer per person. Only valid at the
and oregano dressing.
served   w ith   c hips   FOODWORKS BACCHUS MARSH
Smashed avocado and crumbled feta on Corn chips layered with melted cheese, Cucumber, tomato, kalamata olives, Served with chips or salad Low Gluten
35b Griffi th Street, Maddingley
Fresh Victorian Rainbow Tr
es beer batter, 3139kJ Bacon
unchy mushrooms, pork and sage chipolatas, baked beans 4751kJ
Bacchus Marsh store.
SaladV86, Expires 30/09/17
Asian with grilled chicken,
mild tomato salsa, sour cream and guacamole. spanish onion, feta and mixed lettuce,
Calamari Egg toasted
(1) ciabatta, served272kJ
1988kJ
and berries,
rved with mixed
arden salad
Spring  
Smoked Salmong
a hash brown, served with toasted ciabatta.
yrup, ice cream and cream. rape  p3927kJ
& Spinach ickers  Tapas   Panko crumbed Platter   Withdusted
calamari Chilli  Beef
 in  lemon
         pepper
           and            6258kJ
bacon,
Grilled rocket and blistered
Tomato cherry tomatoes.
55kJ                  toasties
                           &$20   Salad Battered
served with a lemon and oregano dressing. Fish 1917kJ Low Gluten Option

Suggested Served with chips or salad
wine: 2009
Add 1 to swap to low gluten toast
Cabernet 1-9 Bennett Street, $10/gl Bacchus$40/bot Marsh
$ .00
BLT
Phone 1988kJ
Orders: 4302 9709
Mushrooms

Open 7 Days – Thecold   Village shallots Bacchus basil dressing. Marsh
483kJ
4452kJBeer Battered served with
Fish coleslaw, roasted
& Chips 2840kJ
capsicum, cucumber, Asian Calamari
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ari Selection  
3644kJ
of  Spanish  
2765kJ Bacon, cos lettuce, tomato, mayonnaise and tomato Hash Brown
Flathead
Chipolatas mint,m eats,  
932kJ
crispy
(3) fillets in a light, oa thailives,  
Potato
crunchy beer batter,
966kJ and Wedges 3637kJ Open grills
Panko crumbedSERVED calamari dusted in lemon pepper and
WITH CHIPS
Served with chips or salad
cucumber,
Ham & Cheese Fingers 2375kJ Low gluten meals may come in contact
Phone:$9/gl
5367 3388
cakes relish, served on toasted ciabatta with chips.
served with chips, a fresh
Chorizo 709kJgarden saladSeasoned potato wedges served
BLT 4452kJ
Toasties served with coleslaw, roasted capsicum,
made traditionally on buttered and abread,
mint, crispy shallotswhite thai basil dressing.
with gluten during preparation.
2006 Cabernet (Connawarra) $35/bot
Manchego  cheese                                    
Chicken,
                                             
ricotta,
usted withcinnamon
erved with lemon pepper
sauce and
and tartare sauce.
Haloumi 615kJ Avocado with sweet chilli sauce and sour
Bacon,2343kJ
cream. tomato
cos lettuce, tomato, mayonnaise toasted with your favourite fillings.
and Our eggs are cage free.
caramel 2343kJ
 
alted
h garden salad Chicken & Bacon Baked Beans
3832kJ & Macadamia 216kJ Salad
With Cheese
3644kJ & Bacon
relish, served on toasted ciabatta
4528kJ with chips.
Also available as an open grill. Avocado
Chicken,
2599
mia nuts. Lemon Pepper 535kJ
Avocado Calamari $
& Macadamia Salad
Club Sandwich
(gluten  free  option  available)   Grilled chicken breast,
dusted mixed
with lemon lettuce, cherry
pepper Leg3832kJ
Ham 2828kJ The average adult daily energy intake is 8700kJ.

Grilled  Western  Plains  Pork  Cutlet                                                                                                              $FRESH
(1) crumbed calamari
BaconPanko 590kJ Chicken & Bacon Grilled chicken breast, mixed lettuce, cherry kg BAKED
3469kJ Grilled chicken breast, bacon, tomatoes, gardensides
red onion
a fresh salad toasted macadamias,
and FRESH
chips, topped A surcharge of 15% applies on public holidays.
lettuce, (2) served with
28  
FISH    
Baconand With cheese and tomato s, topped
toast served with
1180kJ
Club Sandwich tomatoes, red onion and toasted macadamia INSTORE
tomato, spanish onion, cheese and caesar tartare with
sauce.fresh avocado, chives and balsamicGrilled
Suggested wine: 2011 Rose $8/gl $30/bot
Grilledand
Steak 536kJ Small Chips dressing. breast, bacon, lettuce, fresh avocado, chives and balsamic dressing. Fresh Tasmanian Atlantic

syrup and ice cream. Smoked Salmon
884kJ
chicken Grilled Chicken with 3515kJ Nutritional information is based on the average standard product
Salmon Portions

dressing, served on thick cut toast with chips. 337kJ Large Chips spanish onion, cheese and caesar

Friday
With  apple,  coriander  &  Anakie  honey  salsa  served  with  a    
tomato, 2793kJ 1996kJ
4059kJ Extra Bread (2) Grilled Beef, Pumpkin
1813kJ Grilled Chicken Breast dressing,1996kJ With cheese and avocado
718kJ on thick cut toast with chips.
served Grilled Beef, Pumpkin and is correct as at time of printing. Natural variations may result

 
in some deviations. Further, all meals may contain and/or come
Fruit Toast (2)
& Chickpea1261kJ Salad Lemon Pepper Calamari Turkey & Chickpea Salad together, and it’s a privilege
Steak Sandwich 3791kJ
1107kJ
3791kJ 3238kJ and Food brings people in contact with various allergens including (without limitation)

rocket  &  roast  pumpkin  salad  and  spanish  paprika  potatoes  
nig
2233kJ Ice Cream Grilled beef strips, roasted pumpkin

ht dinner
669kJ
mi pumpkin andSteak Sandwich
Avo Smash 486kJ built
Grilled beef strips, roasted
1
With cheese and cranberry
to help grow the 27-year heritage already and nutritional details, please visit
2199
nuts, seafood, gluten and dairy products. For a full allergen list
Grilled lean steak with grilled onion, rocket, tomato,
omelettes Foodonion,brings people
tomato,together, chickpeas, with capsicum, red onion,
Grilled lean steak with grilled rocket, and it’s amixedprivilege $ $ 99
Winemakers  Cheese  Platter  –                                                                                                        $22
www.coffeeclub.com.au
cheese, mustard mayonnaise chickpeas, mixed with capsicum, red onion, and tomato relish, feta, spinach, rocket, mint and a lemon dressing. by the founders of The Coffee Club. kg
and a poached egg on a mix andortomato relish,
fresh omelettes cheese, mustard mayonnaise
to help grow the 27-year heritage already built
Suggested wine: 2011 Shiraz $9/gl $35/bot
Choose one of our ea

6-9.30 pm
onion and basil, and served served on toasted feta, spinach, rocket, mint and a lemon dressing. toasted ciabatta with chips. Cheese & Cheese Rolls
create your own ciabatta with chips.
to suit your tastes. served on Thai Sweet Chilli Prawns
new menu you’ll find fresh and
Kids
6 Pack

by the founders On this
tta with basil pesto.
Ham, Cheese & Tomato Selection  of  Meredith  cheese,  
1346kJ A cheese omelette with leg ham and roasted
3509kJ
Kids Gippsland  Brie,  
of The Coffee Club.
All kids’ meals are served with The Coffee
Club’s wholesome dishes with a little twist from
me.

½
hini Fritters On this new menu you’ll find fresh pack. Add a kids’ juice or bottle of water
activityand SUPER 41¢
Spanish  
tomato, served with toasted ciabatta.
Manchego,  Rolada   &Add  Qa kids’
uince  
All kids’ meals are served with The Coffee Club’s
paste            wholesome                  dishes
      with a little twist
for $2 (468kJ). Our babycinos are free.
I hope you enjoy it!
HOT
Per Can
77¢

Delicious Home Style Cooking
3081kJ from me. PRICE each
and zucchini fritters topped Mushroom, Ricotta activity pack. juice or bottle of water Egg on Toast 1280kJ Justine Schofield – Food personality PRICE
   Premium Wine | Tapas | Paella
cado, bruschetta mix and & Spinach for $2 (468kJ). Our babycinos are free.
I hope you enjoy it! Smashed Avo on Toast 1386kJ and The Coffee Club’s Food Ambassador
erved with dressed rocket. A cheese omelette with roasted 3351kJ
Egg on Toast Chicken Parmigiana
mushrooms, ricotta cheese, red onion 1280kJ 1946kJ
3351kJ1883kJ A panko crumbed chicken breast topped Justine Schofield – Food personality Pancakes (2)

*  Gluten  free  bread  available     Marvellous views | Live Music
vocado Stack and spinach, served with toasted ciabatta. Served with ice cream and cream
reast topped Smashed Avo on Toast with a mild salsa, crisp bacon and melted Vegetarian

THURSDAY NIGHTS ONLY
n served with two baked corn and
Chorizo, Tomato & Basil 3981kJ cheese, and served with coleslaw and chips.
1386kJ and The Coffee Club’s FoodChicken
Ambassador 2098kJ
Proudly Australian owned and truly independent

sand melted
topped with avocado, dill and tomato Nuggets Low Gluten
slaw andegg
poached and baby spinach.
chips. Pancakes (2)
A cheese omelette with chorizo, roasted
5158kJ 1946kJ Served with chips or salad
SAVE
FROM

and basil, served with toasted ciabatta. Club Nachos
Served with ice cream and cream Low Gluten Option 2
$ 30
1917kJ

2
Pick-up Home Made Meal Deals195.30pm–6.30pm
Corn chips layered with melted cheese, Battered Fish Add $1.00 to swap to low gluten toast 2 FOR
st 4916kJ sides mild tomato salsa, sour cream and guacamole
.
Vegetarian Served with chips or salad $ 30 $ 76
gs cooked your way,5158kJ Chicken Nuggets 2098kJ Low gluten meals may come in contact
Weekend
grilled tomato,
toasties &Low Gluten
272kJ ea
ed Egg (1) 6258kJ Ham & Cheese Fingers 2375kJ Pepsi/Schweppes 24 x 375ml Varieties OR $12.99 ea
orkcheese,
and sage chipolatas, baked beans ServedBeef
With Chilli with chips or salad
with gluten during preparation.
Multibuy $1.10 per Litre Up & Go 3 x 250ml Varieties
Grilled Tomato 55kJ
Open grills SERVED WITH CHIPS
$12.50 pre-order a must, Ph 5367 2888
Single buy $1.44 per Litre $3.06 per Litre

mwn,
and with toasted ciabatta.
guacamole.
served Served with chips or salad
lunch
483kJ
Mushrooms
Hash Brown 932kJ Battered
Potato Wedges Fish 3637kJ 1917kJ Glutenwhite
Low
Option
bread, Our eggs are cage free. Proudly Australian owned and truly independent On sale Wednesday 11th November to Tuesday 17th November 2015

Toasties made traditionally on buttered
6258kJ toasties & Served
OF MT. ANAKIE The average adult dailyapplies
served
Chipolatas (3) 966kJ Seasoned potatowith chips
wedges or salad Add
toasted with your favourite 1 to swap to low gluten toast
$ .00
fillings. FOODWORKS BACCHUS MARSH
energy intake is 8700kJ.
with sweet chilli sauce and sour cream.
12-4pm
Chorizo 709kJ
1-9 Bennett Street, Bacchus Marsh
Ham & Cheese Fingers 4528kJ Also available as an open grill.
Open grills 615kJ 2375kJ Low gluten meals2828kJ
may come in contact on public holidays.

CAFE | CELLAR DOOR
3637kJ Haloumi
SERVED WITH CHIPS
216kJ With Cheese & Bacon A surcharge of 15% Phone: 5367 3388
Baked Beans Served with chips or salad Leg Ham
Mon–Fri 4am–3pm Sat 6am–3pm
with gluten during preparation.
Limit rights reserved. Persons under the age of 18 will not be served alcohol or tobacco.

ved Toasties made traditionally Avocado 535kJ
on buttered white bread, standard product
With cheese and tomato Nutritional information is based on the average
ur cream. Bacon (1) 590kJ sides Our eggs are cage3515kJ and is correct as at time of printing. Natural
variations may result
toasted with your favourite fillings. 1180kJ Grilled Chicken free. in some deviations. Further, all meals may
contain and/or come

2290 Ballan Road, Anakie (next to Fairy Park)
Bacon (2) 884kJ
4528kJ Also available as an open grill.
Grilled Steak 536kJ Small Chips
With cheese and avocado in contact with various allergens including (without limitation)

2 Albert St Darley Ph: 5367 2888
Large Chips 2793kJ For a full allergen list
Smoked Salmon 337kJ nuts, seafood, gluten and dairy products.
Leg Ham 2828kJ Grilled Chicken Breast 718kJ
Turkey The average adult daily
3238kJ
energy intake is 8700kJ. and nutritional details, please visit www.coffeeclu
b.com.au

P: 5284 1227 M: 0418 543 844 www.delrios.com.au
Extra Bread (2) 1813kJ
Lemon Pepper Calamari 1107kJ
1261kJ With cheese and cranberry
A surcharge
With cheese and tomato Fruit Toast (2)
Ice Cream 669kJ Avo Smash 486kJ of 15% applies on public holidays.
884kJ Grilled Chicken 3515kJ Nutritional information is based on the average standard product
2793kJ
With cheese and avocado and is correct as at time of printing. Natural variations may result
718kJ in some deviations. Further, all meals may contain and/or come
Email - news@themooraboolnews.com.au  The Moorabool News – 29 August, 2017 Page 5

Newborns in
the district
Babies born recently
at Bacchus Marsh
and Melton Regional
Hospital.

Sunbury couple Stephanie and Andrew
welcomed their first child on Sunday 20
August. Keira May arrived at 12.21pm and
weighed 3530 grams.

Savannah, Destini and Avah have a new
little sister, Felicity Rose Azzopardi. Born to
Melton parents Jacqueline Stretton and
Brad Azzopardi, Felicity arrived on
Thursday 17 August at 7.18am. She
weighed 6lb 11oz (3030 grams).

Renee Van Ravenstein and Corey Lehmann
from Melton West have welcomed a little
sister for brother Kayden. Adalynn Renee
arrived on Thursday 17 August at 7.15pm.
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Melton West couple Megan and Daniel
have welcomed a little girl to their family.
Ivy Grace was born at 9.03am on Thursday
17 August and weighed 7lb 2oz. Ivy is a
new sister for brother Oliver.
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Get snapping rubbish
By Kate Taylor litter as they see it.
“We can crowd source the
Locals are invited to pull out their information that we would never be
phone cameras and become Litterati able to get ourselves. With so many
as part of a new litter control people possessing a smartphone or
campaign. tablet these days it is not difficult to
The idea of the campaign, run by download the app and photograph
Grampians Central West Recovery litter, tag it and upload it on
Group, is for locals to take photos Litterati.”
of litter on the sides of roads Building the database, over time,
and walking tracks so that the will help GCWWRRG to address
organisation can get a better idea of specific problems such as the
where and what to target. growing problem of coffee cups.
“While we will be starting a “We know people care about their
Western Highway litter campaign local environment and want to
in the next few months, I am really do what they can to help. Apart
hoping we can get people to collect from picking up the litter they can
data all over the region - hopefully it also provide us with the benefit of
will tell us what the litter problems finding out what it is in a relatively
are and where they are - not just easy way and often while they are
the highway,” GCWWRRG Acting doing their usual activities such as
Executive Officer La Vergne walking their dog or getting some
Lehmann told the Moorabool News. exercise.”
She said rather than relying on Any community groups or
anecdotal evidence or expensive members interested in participating
litter audits which can only be done in the collection of litter data for
from time to time, GCWWRRG is Litterati can contact La Vergne
asking the community to use the Lehmann at lavergne.lehmann@
Litterati App to record and tag the gcwwrrg.vic.gov.au. Photo: Helen Tatchell

Thank You
Dr Rohana Welikumbura
& family would like to
thank the community of
Ballan and suburbs, Staff
of BDHC and well-wishers
on departure from Ballan.
Wanted on warrants
Police are appealing for public assistance to help locate
Camron Blanchard.
It has been an absolute A warrant has been issued for the 26-year-old’s arrest for
serious driving offences.
honour and pleasure He is known to frequent the Bacchus Marsh area.
Blanchard is described as 190cm tall, thin build, brown eyes
serving the Ballan and brown hair.
Investigators have released an image of Blanchard in
community. We would the hope someone may have information on his current
whereabouts.
like to convey our warm Anyone who sights Blanchard or has information about his
whereabouts is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333
regards to everyone. 000 or make a confidential report at www.crimestoppersvic.
com.au

NOW OPEN
BACCHUS MARSH
DENTAL HOUSE
Modern Dentistry from a Friendly
AVENUE BOWLING CLUB COMMUNITY
and Experienced Team SHREDDING DAY & TRY-BOWLS DAY
Saturday 2nd September 2017 (10.00am – 3.00pm)
Have your Office Paper, Sensitive Documentation and
e-Waste items disposed of safely by Shred-X Australia
for a gold coin donation to the club.
And why not enjoy our BBQ and Bar facilities that will
be available on the day and participate in a game of
bowls or one of our novelty bowling games to win prizes.
Accredited coaches will be on hand to give you tips on
Dr Fong Nien Yong Dr Alanna Tanner how to play the game.
BDSc (Melbourne, Australia) BSc DDS (Melbourne, Australia)
It promises to be a fun day, so why not come along and
HOURS: Mon-Fri 8.30am–6.00pm bring your unwanted sensitive data.
St Anne’s Winery, Sat 8.30am–1.00pm Sun Closed Enquiries: Peter Glass 0481 054 039
64 Garrards Lane Myrniong 52 Gisborne Road, Bacchus Marsh Avenue Bowling Club
Ph: 5368 7209 Email: info@stanneswinery.com.au Phone: 5315 2777 Cnr Crook & Main Sts Bacchus Marsh
News
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Speed is in the fine print
By Jessica Howard between 7pm-11pm, rather sorely needed.”
than the maximum speed ACCC Chairman, Rod Sims
Internet service providers during off peak times, such said retailers should be very
are advertising superfast as between 1am and 5am. clear about typical speeds
speeds that some customers Minister for Regional Com- customers can expect during
may never actually acquire. munications, Fiona Nash busy evening periods.
The Australian Competi- said the product has to “It is not acceptable to
tion and Consumer Com- match the label.
advertise an ‘up to’ speed
mission (ACCC) is cracking “I’ve said that about food claim, as this can give the
down on retailers selling labelling, I’ve said that about false impression that the
inaccurate broadband plans country of origin labelling,
speed advertised is achiev-
on the NBN network. and I say it about internet
able at most times, including
The NBN is a wholesaler, plan advertising too,” she
during the busy period.”
not a retailer, meaning in- said.
ternet providers promote “Some people disappointed Mr Sims said while provid-
their own plans and choose with their broadband bought ing such detailed guidance
which speeds to advertise, those plans believing they’d to advertising standards was
unusual, it was a necessary

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as well as how much band- receive faster internet than
width they provide. they often do, and wrongly step as the current advertis-
The ACCC last week issued blamed NBN, which is a ing around NBN products is
instructions to retailers re- wholesaler, not a retailer poor.
quiring them to advertise which sells to customers. For more information on
the typical speed a customer “A crackdown to force more NBN, visit www.nbnco.com.
can expect at peak times accurate advertising was au.

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Cobra’s make Grand Final
By Tim Saultry

Cool and windy conditions greeted the Cobras in
their Second Semi-final clash against minor premier
Carisbrook at Sebastopol. With a Grand Final berth at
stake both teams were ready for action.
The girls play in the AFL Goldfields Women’s Football
Division 2 and were quick off the mark, kicking into
the wind, with a soccer goal to Pazsa. The majority
of the quarter was spent defending well. Scott and
Yeatman provided plenty of run allowing Cobras to go
into quarter time with scores level at 1.1.7 each.
Next quarter was the chance for Cobras to use the
wind to their advantage but Carisbrook had other
ideas, defending stoutly and scoring the first goal of the
quarter to put scoreboard pressure back on the Cobras.
Bertram kept Carisbrook at bay with some inspirational

Pursuing purse theft
smothering. Pazsa managed to soccer another goal
against the run of play. Crawford’s strong running and
good ball movement cumulated in a running snap to
put Bacchus Marsh up at half time by six points. By Jessica Howard
The third quarter saw Carisbrook control the air and
their fluid ball movement allowed them to outscore the A thief who stole a purse from a woman outside a shopping
Cobras two goals to one. Reid was leading the defence centre in Bacchus Marsh is wanted by police.
effort well. Scott scored the important sole goal for The theft is alleged to have occurred at about 2:10pm on
Bacchus Marsh against the wind after a fortunate push August 1, when the woman dropped her purse in a Main
in the back near the goal. Street car park.
The last quarter was an epic battle with Carisbrook Photos Tim Saultry It is believed a man walking past has approached and picked
scoring the first goal against the wind to extend the up the purse before walking away with no attempt to notify
lead putting the pressure on. The first half of the her that she had dropped her belongings.
quarter saw the ball locked in the Carisbrook forward The man then walked inside and entered a business within
line as Bacchus Marsh defended grimly. Eventually the shopping centre, before exiting a short time after.
Clarke goaled for the Cobras, putting them in front. The male is believed to be in his mid-to-late 40s,
An inspirational snap from Best On Ground Crawford approximately 170cm tall, a medium to solid build, dark hair,
broke the deadlock, putting the Cobras in front by nine with a handlebar moustache.
points with victory in sight. With less than two minutes He was wearing a red shirt, dark coloured pants, a chequered
to go, Clarke put the icing on the cake after a strong print jacket, dark coloured work boots, and a black cap.
mark and goal much to the joy of her team mates. Police have released images of the male in the hope someone
MOORABOOL NEWS WINTER SPECIAL QTR PAGE – JUNE 2017
It was a great victory as determination won against a may recognise him.
very worthy and skilled opponent.

Bacchus Marsh will play the winner of Preliminary
Anyone with information is urged to contact Bacchus Marsh
police on 5366 4500 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000, or
final between Carisbrook and Drysdale in the Grand submit a confidential crime report at www.crimestoppersvic.
Final in two weeks’ time. com.au

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You can huff and puff, but this house won’t blow down
By Jessica Howard

The big bad wolf blew down
the pig’s straw house in the
famous children’s fairy-tale,
but in reality, straw tied into
a bale makes for a sustain-
able home.
Peter and Natasha Mills live
in Merrimu, near Bacchus
Marsh, in a four-bedroom
straw bale house. They start-
ed building in October 2008
and with the help of over
90 people, mainly family
and friends, they obtained a
Certificate of Occupancy in
March 2010.
Seven-years-later, their
home is open for viewing as
part of Sustainable House
Day.
Peter Mills shows the ‘truth’ wall. Peter and Natasha inside their sustainable straw bale home. Photos – Jessica Howard
“We had never built before
and we did make mistakes, water system from the kitch- out touching the straw bale be really inspiring”. Natasha said they were also ited 154 homes across Aus-
so the idea is to help or in- en, laundry and showers. walls or gazing toward the Peter and Natasha’s home happy to talk about their tralia as part of Sustainable
spire people who want to Peter said their home, ceiling. will be open to the public frugal living, which includes House Day. Those looking
create their own sustainable which comprises of solar “Natasha and I are very from 10am to 4pm on Sun- brewing their own beer and to attend are required to reg-
home,” Natasha said. power, tank water and a 5.5- committed to living sustain- day, September 17. They kombucha, worm farms,
green cleaning and using ister online to gain access to
Among many things, the star energy rating, was a lot ably and by offering a tour will be available to answer
cheaper to run than the eve- cloth nappies. home addresses.
standalone house features of our house, we are able to questions and run tours
composting toilets, straw ryday household. show people something that alongside a number of their “We will also have our solar For more information, or to
bale walls and ceiling, re- “It is also so comfortable. was created by complete friends who were involved oven in operation,” she said. register, visit www.sustaina-
claimed timber and a grey No one ever walks in with- amateurs, which I think can in the project. Last year, 17,287 people vis- blehouseday.com.

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.
BACCHUS MARSH RACECOURSE AND RECREATION RESERVE AGM The current committee’s term will expire on Monday 4 September 2017. All positions will be
Notice is given of an Annual General Meeting to be held in the James Young Room, Lerderderg declared open and nominations will be accepted prior to or at the meeting.
Library, 215 Main St, Bacchus Marsh, on Tuesday 12 September 2017, commencing at Members of the public are most welcome to attend.
7:30pm.
For further enquires please contact the Chairman Allan Comrie on 0409 211 290 or Council EMPLOYMENT
on 5366 7100. Council invites applications for the existing vacancies:
Members of the public are most welcome to attend. Asset Inspections Officer – Permanent Full-Time position (Salary commences at
$57,217.68 plus 9.5% superannuation) - applications close on Friday 1 September 2017.
LAL LAL SOLDIER’S MEMORIAL HALL COMMITTEE AGM
Manager Operations – Permanent Full-Time position
Notice is given of an Annual General Meeting to be held at the Lal Lal Soldier’s Memorial Hall,
- applications close on Friday 8 September 2017.
on Monday 4 September 2017 commencing at 7:00pm.
The purpose of the meeting is to nominate no less than three or more than nine adult persons Executive Assistant, GM Infrastructure – Permanent Part-Time Position
as the Committee of Management for the Lal Lal Soldier’s Memorial Hall for a term of 3 years. - applications close on Friday 8 September 2017.
The current committee’s term will expire on Monday 4 September 2017. All positions will be GIS Officer – Permanent Full Time Position - applications close on Friday 8 September 2017.
declared open and nominations will be accepted prior to or at the meeting. All details available from the website: www.moorabool.vic.gov.au
Members of the public are most welcome to attend.
COMMUNITY GRANTS PROGRAM WINTER 2017
BULLAROOK RECREATION RESERVE PUBLIC MEETING The Winter 2017 Community Grants Program will open on Friday 1 September 2017 and close
Notice is given of a public meeting to be held at 145 Millers Road, Bullarook on Thursday 7 Thursday 28 September 2017. Applicants will be able to apply for a community grant through
September 2017 commencing at 7:30pm. Council’s website.
The purpose of the meeting is to nominate no less than three nor more than nine persons as Council is inviting project applications from community groups and organisations under the
the Committee of Management for the Bullarook Recreation Reserve for a term of three years. following grant categories:
The current committee’s term will expire on 20 September 2017. All positions will be declared
• Community Strengthening Grants:
open and nominations will be accepted prior to or on the night. Nominations from women are
– Community programs, activities or initiatives (grants of up to $5000)
encouraged.
– Capital improvements (grants of up to $5000)
Further information, nomination forms and nominee declaration forms may be obtained by
– Small projects (grants of up to $1,500)
contacting the local Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning office or at the
meeting. For further enquiries please contact the secretary Norma Carlson on 5334 5414 or • Community Arts Grants:
0418 519 025. – Community arts activities or initiatives that link artists with local communities through
small projects, publications, exhibitions, performances or other similar activities (grants of
HAVE YOUR SAY: DOMESTIC ANIMAL MANAGEMENT PLAN (2017-2021) up to $3,000)
All Victorian Councils are required to develop and renew a Domestic Animal Management Plan • Community Events Grants:
every four years. – Community events that showcase local talent, provide public entertainment, foster
Council is undertaking a review of its current Domestic Animal Management Plan and is inviting community participation, connectedness and diversity (grants of up to $3,000)
the community to have their say. Program Guidelines are be available at Council’s website https://www.moorabool.vic.gov.au/
The purpose of the plan will be to provide a framework for animal management services residents/community/community-funding
delivered by Council, pertaining to the management of cats and dogs. The online application will be available on Council’s website from 1 September 2017.
You can help shape the plan by sharing your thoughts and completing our online survey or For further information please contact Council’s Community and Recreation Development
making a submission by the close of business Friday 1 September 2017. Department on 5366 7100.
Feedback and submissions can be made at www.moorabool.vic.gov.au. Community groups are encouraged to read the Community Grants program guidelines and application
For further information on the plan, providing feedback and a submission, please contact form carefully before making a submission. Prior to lodging an application, all applicant groups must
Council’s Community Safety Unit on 5366 7100 during business hours or email contact Council to discuss their project with a Community Development Officer.
info@moorabool.vic.gov.au.

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Dear Editor, in the ADF to contact DVA and nor are they the seed

a train
This Government is com- to access the support and protagonists in this ugly,
mitted to supporting cur- benefits the Department divisive, social engineering
rent and former members provides. Further informa- that is actually trashing the
of the Australian Defence tion can be found on DVA’s freedom of speech and re-
Force (ADF) who may have website or by calling 1800 spect they so demand others
been physically or sexually 555 254. have of them. By Jessica Howard
abused. Hon. Dan Tehan MP We are now seeing this in
The Department of Veter- Minister for Veterans’ Local Government. Our More than 150 new train ser-
ans’ Affairs (DVA) has in- Affairs vices have been introduced to
deepest cultural values are
Victoria’s busiest regional rail
troduced measures to make being marginalised by the corridors.
it easier for those affected strong Socialist Left and
A new V/Line timetable began
to access compensation and Green dominated Councils on Sunday (August 27) following
to receive the mental health of Darebin and Yarra. an announcement by Minister
support they need. Not recognising Australia for Public Transport Jacinta Allan
The Department has broad- Day on January 26th - ac- last month.
ened the acceptance of statu- tively promoting same sex The new timetables have added
tory declarations as part Dear Editor, 19 new services to the Ararat
marriage policy - and pre-
of compensation claims, I can’t help wondering what line, including an extra weekday
venting our new immigrants
making it possible for such our war veterans would morning train that forms a ser-
from proper assimilation to
declarations to constitute have thought as they so gal- vice to Melbourne at Ballarat, and
our values and lifestyle - are
sufficient evidence to estab- lantly defended the rights a weekday afternoon service from
a slow moving tidal wave Southern Cross to Wendouree.
lish that abuse took place. and freedoms of Australians
that will eventually drown The busy corridor between Ben-
This change will benefit - and Australian values - if
us if we don’t challenge this digo and Ballarat will benefit
those who may not have re- they knew what was going
movement head on. from an additional 18 weekly ser-
ported abuse at the time it to happen to those values
within decades. Our schools are under at- vices, as will Gippsland.
occurred or who have never
tack with social engineering The new schedule will also see 69
previously spoken about it. Would they have given
curriculum being intro- extra services for Geelong, includ-
A dedicated team has also their lives for a nation that
duced under the guise of an- ing 30 new services every week-
been established to manage would now condemn them? end. The extra services will mean
ti-bullying. It is manipulat-
all new claims relating to The traditional values that trains at least every 40 minutes
ing the next generation into
sexual and physical abuse. made this nation great are between 7am and 7pm every day.
under attack by those who a confused gender-neutral
Treatment for all mental The 151 extra services will take
think they are more educat- society that demands it is the total number of regional services added this year to 231 – 61 more than announced in the
health conditions is now free
ed, worldly or more socially owed something. Victorian State Budget 2016/17.
for anyone who has served
just one day in the full-time aware. As I sat with the Vietnam Passengers will also benefit in the future from the Victorian and Federal Government’s $1.6
ADF. The Veterans and Vet- Immigration is high in Aus- Veterans last Sunday in billion Regional Rail Revival, which will deliver more train services and better rail infra-
erans’ Families Counsel- tralia and multiculturalism Queenscliff remembering structure for regional Victorians.
ling Service also provides is warmly embraced, yet the battle of Long Tan, I The timings of coaches and buses that connect with trains will be adjusted to reflect the new
specialist free counselling there appears to be an ongo- couldn’t help but wonder timetable. Timetables are now available from www.vline.com.au/27august.
what they would think of

Sustainable grants boost
and group programs. This ing reluctance by some who
service is available by phon- choose to live in this country this cultural knifing and
ing 1800 011 046, or via their to embrace those traditional demise.
website: www.vvcs.gov.au. values. Simon Ramsay MLC
I encourage anyone who By no means are all immi- Liberal Member for
By Kate Taylor by Labor MPs Jaala Pulford jackets, body armour, knee
may have suffered abuse grants snubbing who we are, Western Victoria,
and Geoff Howard and can guards, a lighting trailer, IT
Five Moorabool CFA and be spent on equipment, equipment, a rescue man-
SES units are set to ben- communications, facility nequin, storage containers,
efit from state government upgrades, and community a bike trailer, and office
funding. engagement and training. refurbishment.
V/LINE SERVICES The latest round of fund- Bacchus Marsh SES will The Ballan CFA Group will
ing, under the $15 million receive $104,000 across eight receive $35,525 for an auto-
Emergency Services Volun- separate grants for portable start generator, 300 litre die-
COACHES REPLACE TRAINS teer Sustainability Grants
program, was announced
lighting systems, vehicle
improvements, helmets,
sel tank and installation.
The Greendale Fire Brigade

ON THE BALLARAT AND will receive $18,500 for a
fully enclosed diesel gen-

MARYBOROUGH LINES PUBLIC NOTICE
ATTENTION - Ballan Jockey Club Members
erator; the Morrisons Fire
Brigade will receive $11,270
for three battery operated
The Annual General Meeting of the Ballan Jockey Club angle grinders, and the Bac-
(BJC) is approaching on Wednesday 6 September at chus Marsh CFA Group will
7pm, in the Ballan Mechanics Hall. receive $6,500 for concreting.
I want to get back on the Committee of the BJC and “These grants will assist
Saturday 9 September and Sunday 10 September emergency volunteers in the
ask for your attendance to vote for me.
Moorabool region in the cru-
Due to track improvement works, coaches will replace I am a Life Member of the Club; past committee cial work they do in keeping
trains between Southern Cross Station, Ballarat, Allow member and was the Honourary Medical Officer for the community safe,” Mr
Wendouree and Maryborough. an extra 25-years on race-day.
45 mins Howard said.
Trains will continue to run between Ararat and Wendouree. My involvement in the racing industry includes: Ms Pulford said the grants
breeder, owner, trainer, and jockey over a 40-year program makes a big differ-
For more information visit vline.com.au, call 1800 800 007 period. ence to emergency manage-
or follow us on Twitter @vline_ballarat My objective is to see the BJC win an award at the ment groups across Victoria.
annual Country Racing Victoria awards gala evening, “These grants make a huge
ZO770549

with an idea I have for an event at a future Cup Day difference to small volun-
meet. tary emergency manage-
ment organisations and I
I ask for you, a member of the BJC to attend and vote
would encourage others in
for me so this exciting event can come to fruition. the district to consider ap-
Dr. Rod Stobart (Enq – 5368 1087) plying for future grants,” Ms
Pulford said.
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Life at Lady Northcote – 80 years on
By Jessica Howard During the drought, children also used the dam to wash. In
1939, Mina remembers the whole of Victoria being ablaze, with
About 80-years ago, Wilhelmina ‘Mina’ Caldwell (Adamson) left children watching the bushfires, which from a distance looked
England on a steamship with no idea of what her future would like an assortment of bright lights.
hold for her. Lady Northcote Farm School was, according to Mina, very strict
She was the fourth party of migrant children who disembarked and run like the military. A one-armed ex-British Grenadier
in Melbourne on January 6, 1939, following a six-week journey. guard called Colonel Heath was a strict disciplinarian that used
She was just nine-years-old. a megaphone to address children. Seven days a week Mina was
Mina was transported by private car to Lady Northcote Farm woken early and made to do military style exercises before school
School at Glenmore, near Bacchus Marsh, which she called home or duties that included maintaining the neatness of the farm and
for the next seven years. gardens.
The initial plan was to journey with her younger brother David At the age of 12, Mina left school after just three-years. She hoped
and older sister Elizabeth Ann, however, in the days leading up to to gain a scholarship in order to continue her education, but only
her departure, young David cried and cried, until it was decided one girl was chosen among 26. Instead, she spent another year
that he would stay home in England. attending classes with Mr Menzies, who created a grade nine
Mina never said goodbye to her little brother, who went off to especially for her and formed a friendly relationship that later saw
school unbeknown to the fact that he would not see his sister for him give Mina away at her wedding.
another 50-years. Following her schooling, Mina worked in the Lady Northcote
The voyage to Australia holds wonderful memories for Mina, laundry seven-days a week. She later commenced work at the
despite the first three-days leaving her feeling “sick as a dog”. White House, where principal Mr Brown lived with his wife
She recalls the steamship passing the Rock of Gibraltar at night and children. Mina cooked for the family and looked after the
time and eventually docking in Melbourne, where William children – a job she did so well that she ended up staying there
Angliss and G. J Coles, among other important trustees, met the right up until she was 16-years-old.
migrant children and transported them straight to Glenmore in Her following employment included work on a Myrniong
the Rowsley Valley. Farm, where she was expected to milk cows as well as perform
The summer of 1939 was one of the hottest and driest summers household duties. A welfare officer from Lady Northcote was in
on record. Mina recalls there being very little water available at charge of her wages, with half of her weekly earnings put away in
Lady Northcote, so after only a few days of residence, children order to help her save until she was 21-years-old.
were placed in trucks and transported to Ocean Grove, where Mina later commenced employment in mother craft nursing
Mina sits on an original bed in House 12 at the 80th they lived for around three-weeks. The children slept in tents, at the Presbyterian Babies Home in Camberwell, followed by a
anniversary.
with beds made from hessian bags stuffed with straw. rehabilitation centre for child polio in Hampton.
“The seeds would stick through and poke you in your sunburnt At 17, the principal of Lady Northcote rang the centre to inform
skin, even at 88-years-old I can remember how uncomfortable Mina that her mother had died, aged only 53.
that was,” Mina said. Mina stayed at the rehabilitation centre until she was 18-years-
Once the summer school holidays were over, Mina returned to old. She entered general nursing and spent about two years
Lady Northcote. Upon arrival, a school was yet to be established training at the Ballarat Base Hospital, before returning to Bacchus
in the area and Mina, who commenced her education in grade- Marsh, where she has called home ever since.
five, took classes inside one of the dorm cottages. In a matter of Married and with four children, Mina saved like mad and
weeks, she was relocated to Glenmore State School, which was returned to England in the early 1970s, where an emotional
later moved in part to the Main Street of Bacchus Marsh – a site reunion took place with the family she had long left behind.
that Mina viewed from her back veranda many years later. It had been 50-years since she had seen her younger brother
Glenmore State School was located about a quarter-mile from David, who said he thought he would never forgive her for not
Lady Northcote. Students travelled back at lunch-time to enjoy a saying goodbye, but after finally being reunited, he did.
hot lunch. Mina has been a regular attender of Lady Northcote Farm School’s
Mina recalls being a happy child, who was quiet and read a lot. annual reunions – an event she said allowed her to reminisce and
Her sister was quite the opposite – a boisterous young girl who catch up with old friends.
found herself in a lot of trouble. At the anniversary of 50 years, she was reunited with women that
During their spare time, children were fairly free to do as they were also part of the fourth party of children who disembarked in
wished, with plenty of activities to take part in. Mina enjoyed Melbourne in 1939.
going for long walks in the bush, horse riding, and netball. She At the recent 80th anniversary, held at the farm, she was flooded
was in charge of the Lady Northcote library, which she loved, and with old memories as she visited House 12, a building located on
would often knock off at the end of the day and play tennis with site that was recently restored by the Old Northcote Association.
a friend. Mina says she has no regrets in life, and while she wished she
During the summer, children would swim in a dam located on had received more of an education, she was always grateful that
the farm, where a wire used to transport the children halfway her mother made sacrifices in order to give all of her children a
across the water before dropping them in. better life.
(L-R) Mal Rogers and John Reeves. “You either sunk or swam,” Mina said. “I never blamed my mother for sending me away. I am grateful
“I hated swimming, but my sister loved it”. for the life I have”.

The late Nigel Dawkins was a resident at Lady
Northcote. Girls arrive from England by ship at the dock in Melbourne. Boys work on the farm. Photos Lyn Clough and Lady Northcote
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WHAT’S ON
The What’s On section is for non-profit community organisations. All
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 Uniting Church Parish
ADULT EDUCATION
Services - St Andrew’s 9.30am every Sunday. Pentland Hills 2pm 1st Sunday of month. Family
Ballan & District Community House ‘messy’ Church, 4.30pm (4th Sunday of month). Enquiries - 5367 2543 (office) .
Rear Mechanics Hall, Ballan. Term 3 program – OUT NOW. All enquiries, bookings, classes
Holy Trinity Anglican Church - Bacchus Marsh
& venue hire - call 5368 1934.
Service Times - Bacchus Marsh - Sunday 8.30am & 10am; Balliang - 2nd Sunday 10.30am, 4th
Darley Neighbourhood House & Learning Centre
Sunday 9am. Myrniong – 1st & 3rd Sunday 11am. Enquiries – 5367 5362. 
33-35 Jonathan Drive Darley. Short courses and classes. BM & District Photography Club -
Meetings 2nd & 4th Wednesday of month, 7.30pm. Enquiries welcome. Phone 5367 4390. Church of the Living God
Christian youth ministry and bible teaching. 2nd Sunday of every month, 5pm. Open to all
Melton South Community Centre
ages. At 14 Darcy St Maddingley. Enq – 0408 260 727.
Term 3 Program - out now. Bookings and enquiries call 9747 8576.
Bacchus Marsh Baptist Church
The Laurels – Bacchus Marsh Community College
229 Main Road, Bacchus Marsh. Courses and classes. Enquiries & enrolments - 5367 1061. Sundays, 10:30am, Worship Service and Children’s Program.
Phone 5367 6550 for more details.
Our Lady Help of Christians Korobeit
MEETINGS
Mass every Saturday 6.30pm.
Moorabool Environment Group (MEG)
Golden Harvest Christian Fellowship
Next Meeting – Thursday 31 August, 7.30pm at Bacchus Marsh Lerderderg Library. Enquiries
– 0409 131 021. Non denominational - Prayer every Sunday 10am, Men’s KYB Monday evenings 6pm. Ladies
KYB Wednesday 1pm. Further details – 0429 681 566.
St Andrew’s Playgroup Bacchus Marsh
(Behind St Andrew’s Church) Cnr Gisborne Rd & Lerderderg St Bacchus Marsh. Monday- Bacchus Marsh Life Church
Friday 9am, 11am, 1pm & 3pm. Enquiries – Cindy 0433 651 066. Meeting 10am every Sunday at the BM College Drama Room, in Grant Street.
Enquiries Pastor Merv - 0412 290 036.
Moorabool Mission Recovery Group
Struggling with addiction; Pain from the past; family member out of control? Meeting weekly St Bernard’s Bacchus Marsh Catholic Church
- Wednesday, 12.30pm – Jean Oomes Room, Lerderderg Library, Bacchus Marsh. Enq- Pastor Mass Times – Saturday- 5pm; Sunday – 8.30am & 10am.
Merv Patton – 0412 290 036.
Ballan Playgroup
Every Tuesday of school Term. St John’s Anglican Church Hall - 9:30-11:30am.
Enquiries - 0409 681 138 Anna or 0421 905 558 Tamsin. 
Bacchus Marsh & District Garden Club
Meeting 2nd Tuesday of each month, 7.30pm at The Laurels, 229 Main St Bacchus Marsh.
Guest Speakers. Supper after each meeting. All Welcome. Enquiries - Wendy 5367 4170.
Ballan Anglers Inc
Meeting second Wednesday every month. Hudsons Hotel, 7.30pm. More anglers and families
needed and welcome – 0400 003 936.
Rose-Carers of Maddingley Park
Working Bees every 3rd Wednesday & Sunday of each month. All welcome. Enquiries - 0418
171 119.
Bacchus Marsh Family Drug Support Group
For Family Members who have a loved one affected by drugs. Enquiries - 1300 660 068.
Alanon Support Group - for families of alcoholics
Meets at 10.30am on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month at the Uniting Church Hall,

BC
Gisborne Road, Bacchus Marsh. Enq - 0421 222 717.
Lal Lal Moorabool Photographic Group Inc
Meeting 3rd Wednesday each month, 7pm. Soldiers Memorial Hall, Lal Lal. Enquiries 5341
7535.
allan

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Footscray Poultry Club (at Bacchus Marsh)
Meetings held 2nd Sunday of month, 2pm. Poultry Pavilion. Racecourse Rec. Reserve,
Balliang-Bacchus Marsh Rd, Bacchus Marsh. All welcome – Kerry 9741 9705.
ricket
Ballan Lions Club Market
MARKET
lub
Next market – Saturday 2 September. First Saturday each month - Inglis St, Ballan – 9am-1pm.
Enquiries – 0402 390 080 (Wayne).
Darley Market BALLAN CRICKET CLUB
Saturday 2 September, 1pm. 1st & 3rd Saturday each month at Darley Park Football Reserve.
Enquiries – 0488 345 145 (Alan).
REGISTRATION DAY
Ballan Farmers Market Seniors • Under 16 • Under 13/14 • Under 12
Next Market – Saturday 9 September, 9am-1pm. 2nd Saturday each month, Mill Cottage car
park. Enq – 0498 361 291 or 0490 114 130.
Saturday 2 September
12 noon – 2pm
CHURCH @ Recreation Reserve, Cowie St Ballan
Anglican Parish of West Moorabool
Ballan, Bungaree, Morrisons and Gordon Service Times – Saturday 2 September – St John’s Free sausage sizzle
Bungaree, 6pm. Sunday 3 September – St John’s Ballan, 9.30am; St James’ Morrisons, 5pm.
Enquiries - Glen Wesley on 5368 2730 for more details.
SENIOR TRAINING
Ballan Uniting Church (St. Paul’s)
Services – 1st, 2nd & 3rd Sundays 11.15am. 4th Sunday 9.30am Reflective Worship. Commences
B3 Community Wednesday 30 August, 6.30 pm
Focused, family friendly church with a difference. Services every 2nd & 4th Sundays at
Avenue Bowling Club, Main St, Bacchus Marsh. @ Ballan Primary School GYM
Bacchus Marsh Christian Church
Sunday Services 10am with kids program. 222 Main St, Bacchus Marsh. Enquiries 9028 2622.
NEW PLAYERS WELCOME
www.bacchusmarshcc.org
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Easy Living in Central Location Growth
in smaller
properties
with both suburbs recording
annual price growth of more
than 31 per cent. Manifold
Heights currently has a me-
dian unit price of $340,500
while Newcomb has a me-
dian of $340,500.
Ballarat Central also record-
ed significant capital growth
with the median unit price
in the regional city increas-
ing 29.9 per cent over the
year to $266,250.
Joseph Walton Buyer demand for proper-
President, Reiv ties in coastal areas boosted
21 George Street, Bacchus Marsh the median unit price in
Townhouses and units Wonthaggi, increasing 27.9
Price: $495,000 – $525,000 have experienced solid price per cent to $280,000. This
growth in the past year, with was up from $219,000 in June
This traditional weatherboard home offers a
the statewide median price last year.
wonderful blend of period style and french provincial increasing 4.1 per cent to Bright was another top per-
touches. Delivering a practical layout of 3 bedrooms, $296,000. forming town for units and
New REIV data shows townhouses with its median
master with ensuite, open plan living encompasses a multiple regional towns price rising 25 per cent over
functional kitchen allowing for seamless connection to recorded significant price the year to $340,000.
growth in the year to June Double-digit price increases
an all-weather alfresco area. This is a fabulous home
30, boosted by increased for units and townhouses
for first home buyers & young families as well as a buyer demand for smaller were also recorded in
great downsizing option or savvy investment in a properties. Drouin, up 18.1 per cent to a
The Geelong suburb of median of $293,750; Benalla,
super-convenient locale. up 11.4 per cent to $222,750;
Whittington recorded the
state’s highest increase for and Ballarat East, up 10 per
units and townhouses, with cent to $272,000.
its median price rising more Meanwhile, Mildura in the
than 45 per cent to $220,000. state’s north west had the
This was up from $149,500 in highest turnover of units
June 2016. and townhouses over the
Similar price growth of year with more than 115
more than 40 per cent was selling.
also recorded in the sea- Other areas recording a
side town of Lorne, where high turnover of units in-
the median unit price hit clude Belmont (66 sales),
$567,500 in June – an annual Ocean Grove (65 sales) and
increase of $180,000. Traralgon (54 sales).
Townhouses and units were For more information on
highly sought after in Mani- median unit prices by town
fold Heights and Newcomb or region, visit reiv.com.au.

2/137 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh
Phone: 5367 8128 Mobile: 0418 343 754
www.lensmith.com.au

Old World Charm On 15 Acres
MN0506G

70 Malones Road, Lal Lal
Situated in a quiet tucked away street, this stunning home provides the perfect combination of old world
charm, modern conveniences, privacy and space. Polished Jarrah floors, 12ft ceilings, ornate cornices
and ceiling roses all add to what is a magnificent home. Proudly overlooking the landscaped gardens,
this home offers a full veranda which provides the opportunity to oversee the stock grazing or the kids
playing. A feature dam along with a good mix of cleared spaces and bush. Call today.
Price: $595,000 – $615,000
Agent: Matthew Edwards
0401 728 881
51 Lydiard Street South, Ballarat 3350
Phone 5331 1111 www.prdballarat.com.au
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Arbee Real Estate
FOR SALE 6b Manor Street, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 2/3a Labilliere Street, Bacchus Marsh
3 2 2 3 2 2

Executive Central Living Fantastic Townhouse
This beautiful double storey home is located within walking distance to everything. Consists As new 3 bedroom townhouse. Ground floor: Master bedroom with
of 3 B/R, 2 bathrooms, fantastic open plan living, plus a powder room/toilet down stairs, WIR & ens, lounge room, family/meals & kitchen, laundry & powder
master B/R is a parents retreat. Kitchen has stone bench tops, WIP and quality appliances. For room & direct garage access. Upstairs: sitting room, 2 bedrooms,
your convenience there is a 2 person lift, double garage with remote doors provides direct bathroom. Ducted heating & a R/C Split System on the ground floor
access. 72m2 shed with rollerdoor access and solar panels providing savings on energy costs. level. Covered & paved outdoor entertaining area behind the garage.
INSPECT Saturday 2nd September 11:30am-12:00pm INSPECT Saturday 2nd September 12:30-1:00pm
FOR SALE $849,000 FOR SALE $419,000
CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157 CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157
WEB arbeerealestate.com.au WEB arbeerealestate.com.au

FOR SALE 33/96 Gisborne Road, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 18/96 Gisborne Road, Bacchus Marsh
1 1 1 1 1 1

Ideal Retirement Living Unit! Invest and retire in me !
Modern one bedroom unit, affordable retirement option. Located in This is an affordable modern one bedroom unit with a spacious lounge
friendly senior’s community, comes with meal options and a central with split-system AC, a good size bedroom, kitchenette, and an
recreation space, whilst still able to live independently. Spacious updated bathroom with washing machine connection. Private
lounge with split-system A/C, good size bedroom, kitchenette, courtyard and allocated parking space. Great option for those looking
updated bathroom, private courtyard and allocated parking space. for retirement living in a senior’s community.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $125,000-$135,000 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 4 Riverbend Drive, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 14 Victoria Street, Bacchus Marsh
4 2 2 4 2 4

Magnificent Residence In Grantleigh Luxury Living & Car Lovers Dream
Featuring 4 bedrooms, main with large WIR & large ens with spa bath, Stunning 56 square, 8 yr old, quality Shane Cook Home. Massive 1702
shower, double vanity & toilet. The remaining 3 bedrooms have BIRs. secure under house 4 car garage with office & storage. Master with
3 lounges, games/theatre room, study, spacious rumpus/5th bedroom, ENS, spa & parents retreat. 3 additional double bedrooms all with BIRs,
fully enclosed alfresco. Polished floorboards, R/C double lock up 2 bathrooms, 3 toilets, 3 living areas. Hardwood floors, quality carpets,
garage, video security system, ducted heating & cooling. premium fixtures & fittings. Professionally landscaped 10192 block.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $670,000–$690,000 FOR SALE $849,000
CONTACT Peter Leonard 0429 671 990 CONTACT Steve Creese 0475 888 101
WEB arbeerealestate.com.au WEB arbeerealestate.com.au

To get your property
sale off to a flying
start this spring,
call the team at
Arbee Real Estate

Ian McDonald Steve Creese Daryl Gould Peter Leonard Denise Sniegowski
5367 2333 0475 888 101 0409 233 157 0429 671 990 0456 044 024

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

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Bacchus Marsh 3 Dickie Street 2 1 1 Bacchus Marsh 7 Dickie Street

House on large Block in Top Central Private Sale Wow!! … Great Opportunity Here Private Sale
Location! This vacant residential block in one of the
Situated on an approximately 887m2 flat Price $400,000 – $430,000 most desirable locations of Bacchus Marsh. Price $440,000 – $460,000
block in a prime location. Featuring 10 foot Inspect Saturday 12.00–12.30pm Central to Primary Schools and Village Inspect By appointment
ceilings, hard wood timber floors, a single Shopping Centre.
garage with a studio and a large 6x9m Office 2/137 Main Street, Huge and flat 1079 sqm land. Office 2/137 Main Street,
shed. Perfect for the person who wishes to Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128 All ready to build on now. Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128
renovate and extend, or develop S.T.C.A.
Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754 Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754
Located off the prestigious Lerderderg
len@lensmith.com.au len@lensmith.com.au
Street, walking distance to the Primary
schools and the Village Shopping Centre. Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828 Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828
kelvin@lensmith.com.au kelvin@lensmith.com.au
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Rayner We put you first
23 STANDFIELD STREET, BACCHUS MARSH 18 DUVAL DRIVE, BACCHUS MARSH
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your strengths.
LEO—July 23-August 22

Stars & Puzzles
Self confidence is on the rise. You tackle a major project
and may benefit from a boost in status. Your health agenda
may require a complete review. Intuition is stronger at
the end of the week.
VIRGO—August 23-September 22
A platonic friendship may be launched now. A relative
offers unexpected support for your family related plans.
Communications with your friends improve on the
QUICK PUZZLE
★★★★★★★★
weekend. Avoid splitting hairs with your work mates
LIBRA—September 23-October 22
Avoid forcing information out of a friend or colleague.
Your touch is less subtle than you imagine. In all areas,
★★★★★★★★ the key is to stay on your topic and to work to a high-
priority goal.

SCORPIO—October 23-November 21
ARIES—March 21-April 20
Make sure you understand your role fully in any new
Your partner is unexpectedly jovial, but don’t look for career undertaking. Academic interests are highlighted
any hidden motives. A family dispute may heat up but through the week. Some good financial news may arrive
your rational judgment may help quell the flames. Your by Friday.
intuition is strong in career matters.
SAGITTARIUS—November 22-December 22
TAURUS—April 21-May 22
Your romantic situation can improve. The key is proper You are functioning at peak capacity in areas of finan-
timing. Seeing the humorous side of a conflict may help cial planning and showmanship. More time is needed in
ease tensions. You rise to several challenges after the pursuing diet, fitness programmes and the like. A health
weekend. review is a must.

GEMINI—May 23-June 21 CAPRICORN—December 23-January 20
Patience is accented in professional dealings. Avoid los- Your romantic situation becomes more comfortable. Be
ing your cool after the weekend. Your partner may be sure to acknowledge support from your work mates or
more willing to make a commitment. Your goal this family members. A neighbour may be too curious on the
weekend is long term financial planning. subject of your personal relationships.

NO. 9010 CANCER—June 22-July 22 AQUARIUS—January 21-February 19
New styles suit your mood this week. You are less News from distant places brings answers to some linger-
ACROSS DOWN conservative and more adventurous. Watch a tendency
1. Mozart opera (3,5,5) 1. Pass (6) ing questions. A methodical approach helps you advance
to put yourself down because this is the time for selling at the workplace. In romance and friendship, spontane-
8. Crawl (5) 2. Expel (5) your strengths.
9. Weed (7) 3. Dress (7) ity is important, especially through the weekend.
10. Whole (6) 4. Bit (4) LEO—July 23-August 22 PISCES—February 20-March 20
11. Suffer (6) 5. Pretend (5)
12. Hymn (5) 6. Lie (7) Self confidence is on the rise. You tackle a major project The week sees you achieving a major accomplishment,
14. Wash (5) 7. Number (6) and may benefit from a boost in status. Your health agenda indulging yourself a little, then embarking on an even
18. Charge (6) 13. Follow (7) may require a complete review. Intuition is stronger at greater challenge. A fresh approach to a friendship
20. Ornament (6) 15. Astounding (7) the end of the week. dilemma may bring happy results.
23. Flower (7) 16. Sausage (6) VIRGO—August 23-September 22
24. Accustom (5) 17. Swindle (6) BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK
25. Tireless (13) 19. Jeer (5) A platonic friendship may be launched now. A relative You are meticulous and discriminating in your taste.
21. Lampoon (5) offers unexpected support for your family related plans. Some see you as being very fussy. Try to see the forest as
22. Skin (4) Communications with your friends improve on the well as the trees. Attention to the broader picture could
help you understand trends in finance and romance.
CRYPTIC PUZZLE weekend. Avoid splitting hairs with your work mates
ACROSS LIBRA—September 23-October 22
1. Guess it’s what the secret drinker has (4,2,3,4). 8. It’s Avoid forcing information out of a friend or colleague.
a good thing the woman reversed (5). 9. For myself and Your touch is less subtle than you imagine. In all areas,

SUDOKU
the horse, brought round something to eat (7). 10. Ar- the key is to stay on your topic and to work to a high-
rive and use the ramp to get the barrels on board? (4,2). priority goal.
11. Stab wildly again in the chest (6). 12. He had a cold
first and needed an asprin (5). 14. Next the animal has SCORPIO—October 23-November 21
to go round a chasm (5). 18. Making a bread roll from
scratch (6). 20. He’ll get round to the meat (6). 23. Shoot
across and knock down (3,4). 24. One’s knocking one
NUMBER GAME
Make sure you understand your role fully in any new
career undertaking. Academic interests are highlighted
in and making a din (5). 25. Bent right from the begin- through the week. Some good financial news may arrive
ning (7,6). by Friday.
ANSWER BELOW
DOWN
1. They take one up and put one among the celebrities SAGITTARIUS—November 22-December 22
(6). 2. Getting Leo and us to free the bird (5). 3. Barge in You are functioning at peak capacity in areas of finan-
and rattle a tin: most impolite (7). 4. Kind to help out with cial planning and showmanship. More time is needed in
the office work (4). 5. Mr Wood has returned (5). 6. Are pursuing diet, fitness programmes and the like. A health
they for reading in the garden? (7). 7. Such a problem review is a must.
as granny can be? (6). 13. It’s worn a hole in the instru-
ment (7). 15. Would she be going by another name? CAPRICORN—December 23-January 20
(7). 16. Benefactor of the customer (6). 17. Pick up after Your romantic situation becomes more comfortable. Be
a break, say (6). 19. The daughter had had too much sure to acknowledge support from your work mates or
port (5). 21. Love to dress one in diaphanous material family members. A neighbour may be too curious on the
(5). 22. Test you won’t pass if you’re dumb! (4). subject of your personal relationships.
AQUARIUS—January 21-February 19
SOLUTIONS - CROSSWORD NO. 9009
Vo-I-le. 22, Oral. News from distant places brings answers to some linger-
QUICK SOLUTIONS
Linda . 16, Patron. 17, Arrest (a rest). 19, D-over. 21, ing questions. A methodical approach helps you advance
Across - 1, Chlorine. 6, Mull. 8, True. 9, Impudent. 10,
5, Elm-er. 6, Annuals. 7, Knotty. 13, Cor-O-net. 15, Be- at the workplace. In romance and friendship, spontane-
Chide. 11, Delete. 13, Shrewd. 15, Twitch. 17, Utopia.
Down - 1, Sta-I-rs. 2, Ousel (anag.). 3, Int-rude. 4, Type. ity is important, especially through the weekend.
19, Slack. 22, Whitecap. 23, Calm. 24, Star. 25, Dona-
PISCES—February 20-March 20
se. 25, Natural talent.
tion.
18, Abrade (anag.). 20, O-.liver. 23, Run over. 24, No-I-
Down - 2, Harsh. 3, Overdue. 4, Ibis. 5, Expedite. 6,
nto. 10, Roll up. 11, B-re-ast. 12, A-C-he’d. 14, A-by-ss. The week sees you achieving a major accomplishment,
Medal. 7, Lunatic. 12, Advanced. 14, Hatchet. 16, Illicit.
Across - 1, Shot in the dark. 8, AsseT (rev.). 9, Pi-me- indulging yourself a little, then embarking on an even
18, Peter. 20, Cello. 21, Span.
CRYPTIC SOLUTIONS greater challenge. A fresh approach to a friendship
dilemma may bring happy results.
CRYPTIC SOLUTIONS
Salami. 17, Fleece. 19, Scoff. 21, Squib. 22, Pelt.
Across - 1, Old times. 6, Lawn. 8, Fall. 9, Mar-I-gold.
6, Untruth. 7, Eleven. 13, Succeed. 15, Amazing. 16, BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK
10, Steal. 11, Retort. 13, A-S-sen-t. 15, Sh-rimp. 17, Out-
Down - 1, Ticket. 2, Eject. 3, Apparel. 4, Iota. 5, Feign. You are meticulous and discriminating in your taste.
law. 19, After. 22, Went free. 23, Arc-H. 24, Eton (rev.).
20, Tassel. 23, Anemone. 24, Inure. 25, Indefatigable. Some see you as being very fussy. Try to see the forest as
25, Strongly.
Entire. 11, Endure. 12, Psalm. 14, Bathe. 18, Accuse. well as the trees. Attention to the broader picture could
Down - 2, L-E-ast. 3, Till-age. 4, Mine. 5, Sur-pris-e. 6,
Across - 1, The Magic Flute. 8, Creep. 9, Thistle. 10, help you understand trends in finance and romance.
Light. 7, Wolf-ram. 12, Ste-ward-s. 14, Student. 16,
QUICK SOLUTIONS
Refrain. 18, LA-tin. 20, Ex-C-el. 21, Bear.
SOLUTIONS - CROSSWORD NO. 9010
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Ballarat Football/Netball League
Ballarat Netball League
Results – Round 18
Ballarat Football League BFL Junior League
Results – Round 18 Results - Round 18 Results - Qualifying Final
Club A B C D 19&U Seniors Under 16.5 Seniors
Lake Wendouree 50 39 - 32 36 Redan 15.13 (103) def Bacchus Marsh 12.8 (80) Lake Wendouree 11.9 (75) def North Ballarat 10.9 (69)
East Point 62 45 - 30 27
Melton 18 23 23 30 23 Darley 21.4 (130) def Melton South 9.13 (67) Under 16.5 Reserves
Nth Ballarat City 78 83 21 19 51 Lake Wendouree 24.13 (157) def East Point 13.12 (90) Lake Wendouree 16.12 (108) def Ballarat 4.2 (26)
Melton South 43 54 38 45 44
North Ballarat City 15.17 (107) def Melton 13.6 (84) U/14 Seniors
Darley 45 32 31 19 23
Redan 59 41 38 34 45 Sunbury 17.13 (115) def Sebastopol 3.8 (26) Mount Clear 8.12 (60) def Darley 1.6 (12)
Bacchus Marsh 30 25 40 33 22
Reserves U/14 Reserves
Sunbury 62 69 63 57 40
Sebastopol 41 23 11 23 29 Bacchus Marsh 11.11 (77) def Redan 5.2 (32) Sebastopol 5.15 (45) def North Ballarat 3.5 (23)
Darley 15.12 (102) def Melton South 4.4 (28) U/12 Seniors
Ballarat Junior Netball League
Results - Qualifying Final East Point 14.9 (93) def Lake Wendouree 4.4 (28) Mount Clear 3.8 (26) def Bacchus Marsh 3.2 (20)
U/12 Reserves
Elimination Finals Melton 19.14 (128) def North Ballarat City 8.7 (55)
17&U Seniors North Ballarat 4.7 (31) def Ballarat 2.0 (12)
Nth Ballarat City 3217def Sunbury 25.16 (166) def Sebastopol 0.2 (2)
& Lake
UnderWendouree
Seniors 31
Under 18.5s Results - Elimination Final 1
Darley (39) def Redan (19)
17&U Reserves
Mount Clear (32) lost East Point Juniors (34) Bacchus Marsh 8.10 (58) def Redan 6.3 (39) Under 16.5 Seniors
Nth Ballarat City 73
17def DarleyReserves
& Under 8 Melton South 10.8 (68) def Darley 5.13 (43) Darley 7.9 (51) def East Point 7.5 (47)
Ballarat (36) def Redan (29) Lake Wendouree 8.8 (56) def East Point 6.11 (47) Under 16.5 Reserves
15&U Bacchus
Seniors Marsh (26) lost Lake Wendouree (28)
North Ballarat City 11.7 (73) def Melton 10.8 (68) Darley 9.10 (64) def Redan 6.4 (40)
Nth Ballarat City 2915def
& Lake
UnderWendouree
Seniors 24 U/14 Seniors
Mount Clear (31) def Ballarat (15) East Point 7.7 (49) def North Ballarat 2.5 (17)
13&U Seniors
Darley (33) def Sebastopol (19)
East Point Juniors 32 def Lake Wendouree 16 U/14 Reserves
15 & Under Reserves
Ballarat (31) def Sebastopol (13) Mount Clear 8.8 (56) def Darley 0.4 (4)
13&U Reserves U/12 Seniors
Redan (18)
East Point Juniors 17 defdefLake
Bacchus Marsh (14)
Wendouree 18
13 & Under Seniors Ballarat 3.7 (25) def North Ballarat 3.5 (23)
North Ballarat City (24) def Sebastopol (8) U/12 Reserves
Ballarat (17) lost Redan (22) Qualifying Finals - Eastern Oval Darley 3.3 (21) def Lake Wendouree 3.0 (18)
13 & Under Reserves Saturday 2 September
North Ballarat City (14) def Redan (11) Results - Elimination Final 2
FOOTBALL
Mount Clear (13) lost Ballarat (24) Under 16.5 Reserves
Seniors
Bacchus Marsh 10.15 (75) def North Ballarat 4.6 (30)
Junior Results - Qualifying Final Lake Wendouree v Bacchus Marsh – 2:15pm
Under 14 Seniors
17&U Seniors Reserve
Nth Ballarat City 32 def Lake Wendouree 31 Redan 9.7 (61) def Ballarat 2.4 (16)
East Point v Darley – 11:55am
17&U Reserves Under 14 Reserves
U/18.5
Nth Ballarat City 73 def Darley 8 East Point 7.6 (48) def Redan 2.0 (12)
East Point v North Ballarat City – 9:55am
15&U Seniors Under 12 Seniors
NETBALL
Nth Ballarat City 29 def Lake Wendouree 24 Lake Wendouree 6.1 (37) def Redan 4.1 (25)
13&U Seniors A Grade
Under 12 Reserves
East Point Juniors 32 def Lake Wendouree 16 Sunbury v Redan – 2:30pm
Redan 1.2 (8) def Mount Clear 0.5 (5)
13&U Reserves B Grade
East Point Juniors 17 def Lake Wendouree 18 Sunbury v Lake Wendouree – 1:15pm
C Grade
BFL Top Goal Kickers Sunbury v Ballarat – 12:00pm
Seniors D Grade
Brendan Fevola Melton South.......................... 56 Lake Wendouree v Sunbury – 11:00am
Jarrah Maksymow Bacchus Marsh....................... 52 19 & Under
Harley Inglis
Reserves
Darley...................................... 35 Redan v Ballarat– 10:00am BFL BFL
Juniors – Finals Venues
1st Elimination Finals – Darley Park Juniors – Finals Venues
Sunday 3 September
Aaron Speak Darley...................................... 46 Saturday 2 September Sunday 3 September
FOOTBALL
Ross Gundry Darley...................................... 28 FOOTBALL FOOTBALL U12 Reserves
Tyler Huynh Bacchus Marsh.......................19 Seniors 2nd Semi – North Ballarat v Darley (Wendouree Reserve 1) 8.55am
U12 Reserves
Dane Grenfell Darley.......................................19 Darley v North Ballarat City – 2:15pm 2nd Semi – North Ballarat v Darley (Wendouree Reserve 1) 8.55
Under 18.5s 1 Semi
st
st – Redan v Ballarat (Northern Oval 2) 8.55am
1 Semi – Redan v Ballarat (Northern Oval 2) 8.55am
Reserve U12 Seniors
Nicholas Canny East Point................................. 42
Sunbury v Melton South – 11:55am 2nd Semi – LakeU12Wendouree
Seniors v Mt Clear (Wendouree 1) 9.50am
U/18.5 2nd Semi – Lake Wendouree v Mt Clear (Wendouree Reserve 1
1st Semi – Bacchus Marsh v Ballarat (Northern Oval 2) 9.50am
1st Semi – Bacchus Marsh v Ballarat (Northern Oval 2) 9.50am
Redan v Ballarat – 9:55am U14 Reserves
NETBALL 2nd Semi – Sebastopol
U14 Reservesv Mt Clear (Wendouree Reserve 1) 11.05am
A Grade 2nd Semi – Sebastopol v Mt Clear (Wendouree Reserve 1) 11.0
1st Semi – North
st Ballarat v East Point (Northern Oval 2) 9.50am
1 Semi – North Ballarat v East Point (Northern Oval 2) 9.50am
North Ballarat City v Lake Wendouree – 2:30pm U14 Seniors
B Grade 2nd Semi – East
U14Point v
SeniorsMt Clear (Wendouree Reserve 1) 12.20pm
East Point v Redan – 1:15pm 2nd Semi – East Point v Mt Clear (Wendouree Reserve 1) 12.20
1st Semi
st – Darley v Redan (Northern Oval 2) 12.20pm
AFL Goldfields Women’s C Grade 1 Semi – Darley v Redan (Northern Oval 2) 12.20pm
U16.5 Reserves
Lake Wendouree v Melton South – 12:00pm
Football League D Grade
2nd Semi –U16.5
Lake Wendouree
Reserves v Darley (Wendouree 1) 1.35pm
2nd Semi – Lake Wendouree v Darley (Wendouree Reserve 1) 1
1st Semi – Bacchus Marsh v Ballarat (Northern Oval 2) 1.35pm
st
Results - Semi Final 1 Bacchus Marsh v Redan – 11:00am 1 Semi – Bacchus Marsh v Ballarat (Northern Oval 2) 1.35pm
U16.5 Seniors
Division 1 19 & Under 2nd Semi –U16.5
Lake Seniors
Wendouree v Darley (Wendouree 1) 3.10pm
East Point Dragons 4.7 (31) def Sunbury Kangaroos 1.6 (12) Melton South v Bacchus Marsh – 10:00am
nd
1st Semi – 2North
Semi – LakevWendouree
Ballarat v DarleyOval
Ballarat (Northern (Wendouree
2) 3.10pmReserve 1) 3
st
Division 2 1 Semi – North Ballarat v Ballarat (Northern Oval 2) 3.10pm
2nd Elimination Finals - Eastern Oval
Drysdale Hawks 4.12 (36) def Gisborne 0.2 (2) Sunday 3 September NETBALL NETBALL
Ballarat Youth Girls FOOTBALL 13&U Reserves13&U Reserves
nd
Senior 2 Semi – Lake Wendouree v Nth Ballarat (Wendouree Reserv
Ballarat Swans 14.7 (91) def Carisbrook Lions 2.0 (12) 2nd Semi – Lake Wendouree
1st Semi v Nth
– East Point Ballarat(Wendouree
v Ballarat (WendoureeReserve
1) 10am 2) 10am
Riddell Youth Girls Redan v Sunbury – 2:15pm 1st Semi – East Point v Ballarat (Wendouree Reserve 2) 10am
Sunbury Kangaroos 7.7 (49) def Darley Devils 6.6 (42) Reserve 13&U Seniors13&U Seniors
Lake Wendouree v Bacchus Marsh – 11:55am 2nd Semi – East Point v Ballarat (Wendouree Reserve 1) 11am
Ballarat Under 13 Girls 2 Semi –1East
nd st Point
Semi v Ballarat
– Lake (Wendouree
Wendouree v RedanReserve 1) 11amReserve 2) 1
(Wendouree
East Point Dragons 4.3 (27) def Lakers 3.2 (20) U/18.5 1st Semi – Lake Wendouree v Redan (Wendouree Reserve 2) 11am
Riddell U/13 Junior Girls Lake Wendouree v Bacchus Marsh – 9:55am 15&U Reserves15&U Reserves
NETBALL 2nd Semi – Nth Ballarat v Ballarat (Wendouree Reserve 1) 12pm
Darley Devils 17.9 (111) def Melton JFNC 0.0 (0) 2 Semi – Nth
nd st Ballarat v Ballarat (Wendouree Reserve 1) 12pm
1 Semi – Lake Wendouree v Redan (Wendouree Reserve 2) 1
A Grade 1st Semi – Lake Wendouree v Redan (Wendouree Reserve 2) 12pm
Results - Semi Final 2 East Point v Sebastopol – 2:30pm 15&U Seniors
Riddell Youth Girls B Grade 2nd Semi –Nth Ballarat v Mt Clear (Wendouree Reserve 1) 1pm
Gisborne Blue 7.2 (44) def Melton Centrals 1.2 (8) Ballarat v North Ballarat City – 1:15pm 1st Semi – Lake Wendouree v Darley (Wendouree Reserve 2) 1pm
Ballarat Youth Girls C Grade 17&U Reserves
Ararat Storm 3.9 (27) def Lakers 3.3 (21) Bacchus Marsh v Redan – 12:00pm 2nd Semi –Nth Ballarat v Ballarat (Wendouree Reserve 1) 2pm
Ballarat Under 13 Girls D Grade 1st Semi – Darley v Lake Wendouree (Wendouree Reserve 2) 2pm
North Ballarat City 2.3 (15) def Redan 1.4 (10) East Point v Melton South – 11:00am 17&U Seniors
Riddell U/13 Junior Girls 19 & Under 2nd Semi –Nth Ballarat v Darley (Wendouree Reserve 1) 3pm
Bacchus Marsh Cobras 5.5 (35) def Melton Centrals 0.5 (5) North Ballarat City v Melton – 10:00am 1st Semi –Lake Wendouree v East Point (Wendouree 2) 3pm
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SENIOR WOMEN’S FOOTBALL The 3rds walked off after a tough sea-
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Email: adrian@accountableloans.com.au – Dundas Street, Darley. Melton South 10.8 (68) d. Darley 5.13
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Central Highlands Netball
Central Highlands Netball Bacchus Marsh Soccer Club
Finals venues
Finals venues Results - Round 18
DATE MATCHES TEAMS START
Under 13s Open
13&UNDER 2
ND
PRELIM FINAL 1 BUNINYONG V NEWLYN 9.30AM Bacchus Marsh (0) lost Eureka Strikers (5).
ND Under 15s
Central Highlands Football League
15 &UNDER 2 SEMI FINAL LEARMONTH V HEPBURN 10.30AM

SAT 2 17&UNDER 2
ND
SEMI FINAL HEPBURN V BUNINYONG 11.30AM
Bacchus Marsh Yellow (3) lost Sebastopol Vikings (4)
SEPTEMBER
ND
Results - Semi Final 1 Goals - Gracjan Piotrowski (1), Harry Barnes (1), Noah
BUNGAREE C GRADE 2 SEMI FINAL BUNGAREE V BUNINYONG 12.30PM

ND
Seniors Simmons (1).
Buninyong 9.15  (69) def Daylesford 10.5  (65)
B GRADE 2 SEMI FINAL LEARMONTH V SPRINGBANK 1.30PM
Bacchus Marsh Blue (6) def Ballarat North United Black (0)
Reserves
ND
A GRADE 2 SEMI FINAL DUNNSTOWN V SPRINGBANK 2.30PM
Goals - Liam Hageman (5), Pelle Castelijn (1).
13&UNDER 1
ST
PRELIM FINAL 2 HEPBURN V BUNGAREE 9.30AM Beaufort 4.7  (31) def Creswick 4.4  (28) Under 16 Girls
Under 18
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ST
15& UNDER 1 PRELIM FINAL 2 BUNINYONG V BUNGAREE 10.30AM

SUN 3 ST
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SEPTEMBER
ST
Under 15
Learmonth 5.11  (41) def Gordon 2.3  (15)
LEARMONTH C GRADE 1 PRELIM FINAL 2 LEARMONTH V SPRINGBANK 12.30PM

ST
B GRADE 1 PRELIM FINAL 2 BUNGAREE V CLUNES 1.30PM

ST
Results – Semi Final 2
A GRADE 1 SEMI FINAL LEARMONTH V BUNGAREE 2.30PM
Seniors
Springbank 13.9  (87) def Gordon 12.9  (81)
Central Highlands Semi Finals Reserves
Photos Tim Saultry Learmonth 5.8  (38) def Daylesford 3.10  (28)
Under 18
Beaufort  8.7  (55) def Buninyong 7.5  (47)
Under 15
Hepburn 6.6  (42) def Clunes 1.7  (13)

​Central Highlands Netball League
Results – Semi Final 1
13&Under
Waubra 15 lost Bungaree 18
15&Under
Bungaree 25 def Newlyn 23
17 & Under
Learmonth 22 lost Creswick 29
C Grade
Springbank 29 def Hepburn 24
B Grade
Creswick 18 lost Clunes 31
A Grade
Beaufort 39 lost Bungaree 42
Results – Semi Final 2
13&Under
Dunnstown 16 lost Newlyn 17
15&Under
Hepburn 45 def Dunnstown 20
17&Under
Buninyong 28 def Clunes 18
C Grade
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B Grade
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A Grade
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