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Tuesday 31 October, 2017 Serving Ballan and district since 1872 Phone 5368 1966 Fax 5368 2764 Vol 11 No 42

Kicking
goals
By Helen Tatchell

At just 23-years old, Abbey Kick seems to be an old hand at
her trade.
The Bacchus Marsh local business woman has been involved
in hairdressing for just on eight years, the past two have seen
her running her own business, Amber Hair Studio.
Last Friday night Abbey claimed the Young Achiever Award
in the 2017 Ballan & District Chamber of Commerce Business
Excellence Awards. Four finalists had their applications
judged by Bacchus Marsh Grammar principal Andrew Neale.
Held at the Wallace Hotel with 184 guests, Ms Kick said the
award was a “massive shock”.
“My mum said I should write a speech because I was
nominated and when I won, I left it in my bag!
“I’m in shock and I’m pretty proud.”
Ms Kick employs eight people and started as a 16-year old
apprentice at Hair House Warehouse in Melton.
“I was employed at Amber Hair Studio after my
apprenticeship and then had the opportunity to purchase
the salon two years ago.
“It was exciting taking over at such a young age, I wasn’t sure
what I was getting myself in to at the start, and every month I
found a new thing I was meant to be doing; I’m pretty much
onto it now though and have it a lot more under control.
“I guess the key to a good business is to keep up with trends
and training is never ending. I also have a great accountant
and have business coaching as part of my business plan into
the future,” Ms Kick said.
And having a hairdressing salon is not just about cutting
hair.
“My biggest challenge was learning how to communicate
with different people and understand how different people
can be from each other, and have different priorities. I
definitely respect people’s differences a lot more now.
“I also think it’s important to continue learning, to grow
both personally and professionally to always keep things
fresh and exciting for both staff and clients. I want to grow to
give my staff the best opportunities I possibly can and also
to have the knowledge, products and equipment to provide
clients with the service and experience that they deserve.”
Ms Kick said the future will see continual growth and her
employees will be ever learning and growing.
“I love giving people great opportunities, so I hope only
success for the salon so I am able to achieve this.”
The Young Achiever Award was sponsored by The
Moorabool News and presented by senior journalist Jessica
Abbey Kick took out the Young Achiever Award at the Ballan & District Chamber Howard, herself a 23-year old professional.
of Commerce Business Excellence Awards last Friday night. (Inset) – Abbey Kick
is presented her award by sponsor, The Moorabool News, journalist Jessica All the winners of the BEA, including Business of the
Howard. Photos – Helen Tatchell Year, next edition.

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VALE ALAN TUBBS
By Jason Bonnington Miles and a mind-blowing of knowledge about the sport
(Australian Harness Racing) Victoria Cup triumph with the that he made his life, that
fastest time ever recorded over will be best remembered by
Australian harness racing Moonee Valley’s 2575m trip. those lucky enough to have
is in profound mourning Melpark Major was Tubbsy’s personally known him.
following the tragic passing of champion. The one he deserved; That and his unique personality,
iconic Bacchus Marsh (Parwan) the one he had toiled for and the which combined a playful,
horseman and training genius one he loved so dearly he would
Alan Tubbs. cheeky charisma and lust for
continue to visit with carrots in
life despite enduring decades
‘Tubbs’ passed away on hand long after the big horse
of kidney disease-related ill
Monday October 23, just two- had retired.
days after his 61st birthday. health, with a sometimes-
But, the honour roll of other
combative competitiveness and
One of the most respected Tubbs-trained stars was equally
and revered conditioners of determination to succeed at
significant and his emotional
his generation, Tubbs was a harness racing’s elite level.
connection with them barely
wizard with young horses, as less profound. Among the multitudes paying
evidenced by his record of four Many will remember the deeds homage to one of the nation’s
Vicbred Super Series successes; of Super Series champions most universally admired
one Australian Pacing gold title Dee En Ay Macray (twice) and horsemen on Twitter, was
and one Victoria Oaks crown Brief Glance; APG king Same leader trainer/driver Michael
between 2004 and 2012. Old Macray; Oaks princess Stanley and devoted owner
However, it was his Moment in Time; Queen of the Paul Dobson.
exhilarating partnership with Pacific winner Gypsys Return; “RIP Tubbsy, you taught me a
Melpark Major for which and current star Tee Cee Bee lot and will forever be grateful,”
Tubbs will be best remembered Macray, who will provide a Stanley tweeted.
by harness racing devotees beautiful, if heartbreaking, link
“RIP Alan Tubbs; you were
throughout Australasia. to Tubbsy’s legacy as his career
a true friend, gentleman and
Melpark Major came under continues to unfold.
genius trainer,” Dobson echoes.
Tubbs specialist tutelage after That’s not to forget the week-
recording five wins from 25 A trotting patriarch in every
in, week-out heroics of slightly
starts for owner and original more blue-collared warriors conceivable sense, Tubbs is
handler, Donny Smith. like Bomber Macray, Chilled survived by his wife Kate - his
The Standardbred powerhouse, Sanction, Blazeaway MAray, greatest supporter and friend
known simply as ’Donny’, went Cut For An Ace, Kid Me Not who he openly adored; and
totally berserk from there. and Aftoodo, among others. daughters Amy and Jess, who
He secured 20 wins in just 28 As momentous as Tubbs’ the recently sold family farm,
starts and took out the 4YO influence on the industry was Jessamy Park, was named in
Vicbred Super Series Final as a trainer, it was his standing honour of, along with their
over Lombo Pocket Watch; reputation as a loving family respective partners Matthew Alan & Amy Tubbs with the Vicbred Super Series Trophy.
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Legal drugs
are killers
By Jessica Howard drugs such as benzodiazepines and highly
addictive painkillers such as Oxycodone,
The amount of lives lost due to drugs is at a Codeine and Endone that doctors prescribe
20-year high, a new study has revealed. after accidents, operations and even sporting
The Australian Bureau of Statistics have injuries.
released their 2016 Causes of Death report, “These drugs can turn the average trusting
which shows that 1,808 lives were lost due to person into an unwitting drug addict, locked
drugs in 12-months. in a vicious spiral of pain”. Gardening at the Darley Community Art Garden. Photo - MSC

Health and well-being is #1
The study also revealed that those dying Mr Toth said it was important to talk about
from drug use were more likely to be a drugs not only in schools, but also at home
middle-aged male, living outside a capital and in the workplace.
city and misusing prescription drugs, The Drug Free Ambassadors Australia
resulting in accidental death. is a not-for-profit organisation that was By Jessica Howard health and well-being plan- and the broader service sec-
Jason Toth, the Victorian Coordinator for established in 1993 to meet the growing ning that there’s a lot of peo- tors in order to help with any
Moorabool Shire Council ple in Moorabool that don’t issues they may be facing
Drug Free Ambassadors Australia, said the demand for drug education.
has been recognised for im- have access to or don’t access and provide them with sup-
statistics were alarming. Mr Toth said 14 educational booklets proving the region’s health fresh food, particularly veg- port and encouragement”.
“This tells me that we need comprehensive covering all major drugs, including the through not one, but two lo- etables. The garden has since The two awards mark the
drug education at all levels, not just with our misuse of prescription drugs, had been cal programs. allowed people to have bet- first time Council has been
kids,” he said. created alongside a DVD, ‘Truth about Drugs: ACTIV8 and the Darley ter access to that. recognised by the Heart
“Drug overdoses brings with it the image Real People Real Stories’. Community Art Garden “It also allows people to be- Foundation Local Govern-
of an addict shooting heroin into their veins The Drug Free Ambassadors Australia were the successful recipi- come engaged in the garden ment Awards. Mr Colgan
with a needle. provide all materials, either in hardcopy or ents of the Heart Founda- and other people, which re- said it was a significant
online, for free. tion’s Local Government lieves social isolation”. achievement for Moorabool.
“In 1999 this profile was accurate when the
Awards, hosted by the Mu- Mr Colgan said the ACTIV8 “Being the Victorian win-
drug user dying was a person in their early “Start the conversation [about drugs] at nicipal Association of Victo- program was developed as a ner, it reflects well on the
30s. Move forward to 2016 and nothing could home with your kids and your adult family ria on October 19. result of discussions with 11 strategic work we have done
be more different”. and friends,” Mr Toth said. The Darley Community students from Year-8, who and also the on-ground
Mr Toth said with so many prescription “Your actions may very well save a life. Art Garden is located in had identified a number of work in order to improve
drugs on the market, it was necessary to Share it with your friends on social media so Holts Lane and was devel- concerns around mental heart and wellbeing”.
educate people on their highly addictive they get educated for real”. oped to provide a space for health issues and young Winners of the awards re-
nature. For free materials email info@ gardening and creative arts people. ceive $2,000 in cash and a
“Everyone knows about heroin, LSD and drugfreeamabssadors.org.au or go online to participants. “ACTIV8 has been very suc- commemorative frame. Mr
marijuana. But what about ‘legal’ prescription www.drugfreeworld.org. Moorabool Shire Council cessful to the point that local Colgan said Council is work-
General Manager, Social schools have embedded it ing to decide how to best
and Organisational De- into their curriculum,” he spend the money in order to
velopment, Danny Colgan said. further advance works as-
said the garden made fresh “The program focuses on sociated with reducing heart
food more accessible to the supporting young people disease.
community. that are at risk of leaving As the winner in Victoria,
“Especially to those who school early and allowing Moorabool Shire Council is
need it most,” he said. them to engage with our now eligible to be selected as
“We recognised in our youth services, their school a national winner.

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Buses Pop on a poppy
to bring
By Jessica Howard

The Moorabool region will soon
pause to remember those who

you
fought at War for their country.
Remembrance Day will be held
at the Bacchus Marsh RSL Hall at
10:30am on Saturday November

home
11, and 11am at the Cenotaph in
Ballan.
The traditional Remembrance
Day services will include a minute
By Jessica Howard of silence and formal wreath lay-
ing, followed by morning tea.
Local residents will soon have access Ballan RSL President, Rick
to a quick and safe ride home thanks to Campey urged residents to come
the addition of a new late-night V/Line
out in support of soldiers who
coach service.
have fought in all conflicts.
The new service will depart Southern
Cross Station in Melbourne at 1am on “Since the start of WWI, the men
Friday and Saturday nights and will and women of the Ballan Shire
stop at Melton, Bacchus Marsh and Bal- have answered the call of our na-
lan, before terminating at Ballarat. tion and have fought during WWI,
Geelong, Bendigo, Seymour and WWII, Korea, Vietnam and more
Traralgon will also benefit from the ex- recently in Iraq and Afghanistan,”
tra night coach services. he said.
The new services will be introduced “During WWI there were just
from November 24 and will add to the over 170 men from the Ballan
2am night coach service that was intro- Shire who went off to fight the
duced as part of Labor Government’s war. WWII saw just under 200 Trudy and Renae have Remembrance Day Poppy’s for sale at the Ballan Newsagency. Photo – Helen Tatchell
Night Network initiative, which began men and women, many of who This Remembrance Day will RSL Victoria State President, Dr wearing a poppy, we are showing
in January 2016. were killed, injured or taken as mark the 99th anniversary of the Robert Webster said it is as impor- these vulnerable Victorians that
Night Network gives Victorians ac- prisoners of war”. tant as ever to donate to the poppy
cess to all-night public transport on Armistice which ended the First we support them”.
Mr Campey said the commemo- World War in 1918. appeal.
Melbourne’s train, tram and bus ser- Poppies are available for pur-
rative service will allow the com- “There is a new wave of younger
vices on Friday and Saturday nights, In the lead up to the day, the icon- chase from the Village Shopping
and 2:00am Night Coaches to major munity to remember those who veterans who are finding them-
suffered from the effects of war. ic red poppy will be sold through- Centre in Bacchus Marsh, IGA
regional destinations. selves and their families in need
“It is also the day where we can out the region by volunteers in of assistance,” he said. Darley, Westpac Bank, Bacchus
Passenger information and timetables
show how grateful we are to those order to raise much needed funds “There are also veterans in our Marsh, Ballan IGA, Ballan Newsa-
on the new services will be available
from late October on board existing service men and women who for current and former service- community who are hurting, their gents, Ballan District Health and
night coach services, at staffed V/Line have still put their lives at risk for men and women of the Australia families are struggling, and by Care, and Ballan, Myrniong and
stations and at ptv.vic.gov.au. our country,” he said. Defence Force. donating to the poppy appeal and Gordon Primary Schools.
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Phew, a close shave
By Jessica Howard

It was only three years ago that Mark
McDonald’s grandmother Mena was
diagnosed with Vascular Dementia
and Alzheimer’s.
The 83-year-old’s memory is slowly
deteriorating; however, her grandson’s
often overgrown beard is something
that she hasn’t forgotten.
“Every time I would visit my grand-
mother she would tell me to ‘have a
shave’,” Mr McDonald said.
However, today Tuesday October 31,
the beard will go as part of a fundraiser
for Dementia Australia.
Mr McDonald will have a cut-throat
shave and hair cut at Yo Barber in Bac-

The art of
chus Marsh to help raise funds for the
nation-wide charity.
“The more money we can raise for
research the better the chance will be
of finding a cure or at least tracking a

learning
diagnosis earlier and therefore slowing
the disease in its tracks,” Mr McDonald DEL  RIOS  LUNCH  MENU  
said.
“My grandmother has two children,
six grandchildren and 10 great grand-
Tapas   By Jessica Howard
Mains  
children that she is very proud of, but    
unfortunately now has very poor mem- Garlic  Prawns                  
Preparations have begun       $ 8                                                    
Smoked  
         for
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Salmon  
and District Salad  (Preschool’s
quinoa,  tomatoes
ories of them. Albondigas  (Spanish  meatballs)             annual        $8  art show. onions,  capers,  cos  lettuce  &  rocket  salad  w
“It is just terrible to see anyone that has Mark McDonald will bePatatas  
clean shaven just
Bravas   after 4pm
 (baked   today
potatoes   (Tuesday),
spicy   tomato  all for a                  The
sauce)                    event
$6     will allow parents,  homemade   families and
dill  m friends to        look
ayonnaise)                                              
good cause. (Above) Grandmother Mena. Photos - submitted
so many memories to just lose them all. Warm  marinaded  Olives  served  with  crusty  bread       inside        $the 8     learning journey del Rios of those who have attended
Sparkling Brut the
She has also lost the ability to do some in to maintaining the beard it feels
Spanish   like Serrano  
Jamon   “Hopefully we can
(served   raise
with   some money,
bread)       local        preschool
$10     this year.  
day-to-day tasks; it is very difficult”. it should be a hard decision to get T
Spanish   rid of but
ortilla   alsowawareness,”
served   ith  bread     Mr McDonald
  The show
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the  Day           transform
    into  
Mr McDonald has been growing his it, but I keep thinking back
 
to why I’m said. a colourful and uniquely Suggested designed,wine: interactive 2011 exhibition Sauvignon Bl
beard for around 10-months. Bruschetta   ( Tomatoes,   S panish  
“Dementia and Alzheimer’s not only o nions,   b asil    
                  space.
                      $ 10  
doing it and that’s not a hard decision  
He said although he will be sad to see at all”. topped  with  Meredith  
affects mthearinaded  
persongdiagnosed oats  fetta)  but every- Kris Tetis, from Ballan and District Preschool, said the
environment will be filled with a huge range of displays.
Spanish  Paella  (chicken  and  seafood  ric
it go, the cause was well worth it.   one around them. I think a lot of people
Mr McDonald’s hair and beard will get served  with  salad                
“I went and spoke with my grand- Mussels  Española  
the chop at 4pm this afternoon.
think that w
served   forgetting
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is  a      result
bread                $ of12  
which
      will be set to show adults of the community
what Suggested wine: 2011 Pinot Noir
mother on Monday night and she said (Mussels  steamed  ofwith  
old gage,
arlic,  but that is not
tomatoes,   always
basil   &  white   the wine)           these brilliant young minds get up to during a
to me, ‘are you going to shave that thing Rachel Middlebrook, owner of Yo Bar- case. kindergarten session,” she   said.
 
off?’, and that really put a smile on my ber, said the event will be live video- “If people can w become The annual art show Spanish  
will be held chicken   from s7pm alad  to
         10pm
                     on
                               
Spanish  twice  baked   chicken   ings      more aware and
face because that’s the whole reason I’m recorded and posted to Facebook. potentially go to the doctor’s sooner, Thursday December 7. Grilled  tender  pieces  of  chicken  marinated  
Served  with  crusty  bread                            $10    
doing this. Mr McDonald’s grandmother, Mena they can have an earlier diagnosis, Ballan and District Preschool is located
Traditional   Spanish   at 88hSimpson
erbs  &  spices   Streetserved  
 
“When I think about the time I’ve put will be there on the day. making their quality of life a lot better”. in Ballan. of  lettuce,  rocket,  tomatoes,  spanish  onions
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Benedict and tomato relish, served on a burger bun. & Pesto Flat Grill

1 Sheldon Ave, Darley 35b Griffith Street, Maddingley Two poached eggs served on toasted ciabatta with Pesto marinated chicken, roast pumpkin, feta,

2290 Ballan Road, Anakie (next to Fairy Park)
Granola Bowl 2088kJ hollandaise sauce, paprika and your choice of: cherry tomatoes and cheese, toasted in a soft
A mix of toasted muesli clusters, dried cranberries tortilla and served with a fresh garden salad.
Phone Orders: 4302 9709 Leg Ham 3884kJ
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and apples, minted honey yoghurt and mixed berries.
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3139kJ
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maple flavoured syrup, ice cream and cream. toasted ciabatta, served with grilled chicken,
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Cheesy Scrambled Eggs 2657kJ
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4059kJ burgers & Club Sandwich
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hollandaise spinach. A cheese omelette with chorizo, roastedCucumber,
tomato tomato, cheese,
kalamata andolives,
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Bacchus Marsh store. V86, Expires 17/11/17
chipolatas, baked beans grilled chicken,
mild tomato salsa, sour cream and guacamole.
served with chips, served with and
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Letters Slam dunk!
E: news@themooraboolnews.com.au
to the By Jessica Howard such a fabulous bunch of
kids in a really friendly envi-

Editor Ballan has joined the Bal-
larat Basketball League.
The Brumbies is the new,
and only, basketball club for
ronment,” she said.
“We also had a really good
response from local busi-
nesses right from the get go,
players in Ballan and sur- we have a sponsor for each
rounding districts, includ- individual team and the Bal-
ing Gordon, Mt Egerton and lan & District Community
Greendale. Bank Branch was the first
The club was founded by onboard with a commu-
Dear Editor, Mt Egerton mother, Renee nity grant of $1000 toward
uniforms”.

ST ERTH
Victorian Youth Week runs Baker in June.
“The reason was simple – Local sponsors include
from April 13 to April 22 Nineteen76 Fitness and
there was no existing basket-
next year. It will celebrate Personal Training, IGA Bal-
ball clubs here,” she said.
the wonderful contribution
many young people make
“We’ve got football, cricket
and netball but no basketball.
SPRING GARDEN PARTY lan, Low Loader Services,
Black Mount Natural Spring
Water, Ballan Post Office,
“When I put the idea for a th Grainger Legal Services,
to communities right across club out there, I expected
th
SATURDAY 4 & SUNDAY 5 NOVEMBER
Springfields Garage, Bal-
Victoria, and provide young about 20 kids to sign up, lan Lioness Club, Evolution
people with an opportunity but after only a couple of Earthworks and Moorabool
months, we now have over Join the Diggers Club at the Garden of StWindfarm. Erth for a
to undertake activities and 70 players”. weekend of spring festivities and celebrations
(L-R) Brooke and Makayla with members of the Ballan Brumbies. Photo Jessica Howard The Ballan Brumbies train
attend events they might not Teams start with under-8 each Thursday at the Ballan
boys and girls, right through “We had been training for a “On the first day of compe-FREE Egerton
DAILY from Melbourne
GARDEN TOURSin Primary School gymnasium.
usually be able to participate
to senior men and women. couple of months and while tition we had a win in the December, said she loved the
Learn about the history of St Erth and its beautiful garden by taking part
Training times differ, with
in. we have a couple of kids who under-8 boys, the under-10 feel tour
in a free garden of country
– Tourssport
run at already.
11.00am & 2.00pm
Ms Baker said the first com- under-8 and under-10s start-
Young people with a pro- petition, held in mid-Octo- have played before, most of girls and boys, and the un- “Coming from city bas- ing at 5pm.
FREE GARDENING MINI WORKSHOPS
ber, saw the club take home them are all pretty new [to der-14 girls.”. ketball, there is definitely a
ject, activity or event they Drought proof your vegie garden – 10.30am For more information, visit
a number of wins. the sport]. Ms Baker, who moved to MtYourcomparison. These are just www.ballanbrumbies.com.
favourite heirloom varieties – 1.30pm
would like to be part of
2018 Victorian Youth Week

ST ERTH
MEET A SOIL EXPERT

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Book in for our masterclass
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Applications close on 24
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ment.vic.gov.au.
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JOSHUA MORRIS MP Bacchus Marsh talk about the benefits of using ROCKDUST – Saturday 10.00am -12.00pm
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(L-R) Paul Elliott (Bungaree Rec reserve), Damian Ryan (co-chairman, Lal Lal Wind Farm
Community Reference Group), Ron Read (Elaine Cricket Club), Lachlan Creswell (Lal Lal Wind
Farm director), Rachael Leoncini (Mt Buninyong CFA), Trish White (Dunnstown Netball Club),
Penny Wang (Macquarie Capital) and Mike Stephens (co-chairman, Lal Lal Wind Farm
Community Reference Group). Photo - submitted

Beneficiaries benefit
By Kate Taylor Club received $5,661 to help Community Benefits Fund by
replace the existing netball $40,000, to $100,000 annually.
Four community projects are court fence at the Dunnstown He said the decision was
sharing in an early Commu- Recreation Reserve; and the made after receiving feedback
nity Benefit Fund payment of Mt Buninyong CFA received from the community and the
$20,000 from the Lal Lal wind $3,678 to help with the pur- CRG.
farm. chase of a generator.
Matilda and her self-designed winning poster. Photo - CHW “This demonstrates the pro-

Designs ‘wet’ the appetite
The funding, made available The official cheque presenta- ject’s commitment to working
before the construction of the tions were made at an event with and supporting the lo-
project begins, attracted 14 at the Bungaree Community cal community. It is through
applications which were as- Hub in early October. the CRG that the wind farm
sessed by the Community
By Jessica Howard Students demonstrated the value of water “Overall, we were very im- has been able to gain a strong
Reference Group (CRG) which
in their area for farming, domestic use and pressed with the high stand- understanding of the commu-
consists of eight volunteers
Gordon’s Matilda Gillespie is among four for its natural and recreational values. A ard of applications submitted nities’ priorities and expecta-
who live in the communities
winners of the Central Highlands Water panel of judges chose the winners based to the inaugural funding tions, and the increase to the
that surround the Lal Lal
poster competition. on how well they portrayed the theme. round. We are pleased to have Community Benefits Fund is
Wind Farms.
The National Water Week competition Matilda won the section for Grade’s one been able to support these a direct result of this consulta-
The Bungaree Recreation
saw 266 students from across the Central and two. groups and we are looking tion,” Mr Creswell said.
Reserve received $5,000 to
Highland region enter a poster, with this CHW Managing Director, Paul help with the completion of forward to hearing some great The next funding round will
year’s theme being, ‘Water – the Heart of O’Donohue presented the winners with a a storage shed for all users stories from the community open early next year - to find
our Culture’. brand new bicycle and prize pack valued of the recreation reserve; the in the coming months about out more about the communi-
National Water Week aims to encourage at over $300 on Monday, October 16. Elaine Cricket Club received what has been achieved,’’ said ty benefit fund and the overall
young people to explore how water shapes The regional winning posters were also $5,661 to replace an oven and wind farm Director Lachlan project, go to http://w-wind.
their everyday lives through recreational taken for state-wide judging in mid- provide further storage solu- Creswell. com.au/lal-lal-wind-farm/.
activities, the natural world and their September, where they competed against tions to house equipment; Mr Creswell also announced Lal Lal Wind Farm is part of
community values. entries from all over Victoria. The Dunnstown Netball the decision to increase the West Wind Energy.

presents the

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SUNDAY 12TH NOVEMBER 2017 

10AM-4PM 

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Newborns in the district
Babies born recently at Bacchus Marsh and
Melton Regional Hospital.
Darley couple Xavier, Zael
Sarah Davison and Zaine have
and Chris Mosley a new brother
have welcomed born to Melton
their second parents Valerie
child, a little boy. Ragas and
Arriving at John Sacco.
4.02pm on Arriving on
Monday 23 Monday 23
October, Jesse October at Amanda and Luke Browning from
James MOSLEY 4.05pm, Lauren and Shaun Ryan have welcomed their Darley have welcomed baby number
weighed 8lb 11oz Maddox Grey third child, a little boy. Jude Oliver RYAN three. Born at Sunshine hospital on
and is a new SACCO arrived at 3.47pm on Monday 23 October. He Thursday 12 October, little Laylah
brother for weighed 3970 weighed 7lb 7oz and is a new brother for Josephine weighed 2900 grams and is
Joshua. grams. Tamsyn and Imogen. a new sister for Mia and Taylon.

Moorabool Shire Council
NOTICE OF ORDINARY MEETING OF COUNCIL You may inspect amendment C79 and C81, any documents that support the amendments and
The next Ordinary Meeting of Council will be held tomorrow, Wednesday 1 November, the explanatory report about the amendments, free of charge, at the following locations:
2017 at the Council Chambers, 15 Stead St, Ballan commencing at 5.00pm. During office hours, at the office of the planning authority, Moorabool Shire Council:
Members of the public are most welcome to attend. • 15 Stead Street, Ballan
• Lerderderg Library - Customer Service, 215 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh
COMMITTEE MEETING • Darley Civic and Community Hub, 182 Halletts Way, Darley
The next Committee Meeting will be of the S86 Development Assessment Committee, on at the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning website www.delwp.vic.
Wednesday 8 November, in the James Young Room, Lerderderg Library, 215 Main St, gov.au/public-inspection.
Bacchus Marsh, commencing at 3.30pm. To learn more, you may wish to attend one of the drop-in sessions scheduled for the following
Members of the public are most welcome to attend. dates at the Lerderderg Library, 215 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh:
Tuesday 14 November, 2017 – 4pm to 7pm
HAVE YOUR SAY – STREET TREE POLICY Tuesday 21 November, 2017 – 4pm to 7pm
Moorabool Shire residents are being given an opportunity to make a submission to Council’s Tuesday 28 November, 2017 – 4pm to 7pm
Draft Street Tree Strategy 2017-2031, after Councillors voted recently to exhibit the draft plan Thursday 7 December, 2017 – 4pm to 7pm
for public consultation. Any person who may be affected by the amendment may make a submission to the planning
The draft Street Tree Strategy will be out for public consultation until 14 November, 2017. authority about the amendment. Please ensure a reference to Amendment C79 or C81, as relevant,
The strategy is available from Council offices and on the website: www.moorabool.vic.gov. in the title of your submission. The closing date for submissions is 15 December, 2017.
au/consultations. A submission can be made:
1. Via Council’s website at https://www.moorabool.vic.gov.au/consultations.
PLANNING AND ENVIRONMENT ACT 1987 Click on ‘Have Your Say Moorabool’.
MOORABOOL PLANNING SCHEME 2. Via email to info@moorabool.vic.gov.au
Notice of preparation of an amendment 3. Via post to: Moorabool Shire Council
Amendments C79 and C81 PO Box 18, BALLAN VIC 3342
The Moorabool Shire Council has prepared Amendments C79 and C81 to the Moorabool ANDREW GOODSELL
Planning Scheme. Manager, Strategic and Sustainable Development
Amendment C79 applies to all residentially zoned land in Bacchus Marsh (and its suburbs).
Amendment C79 proposes the following changes to the Moorabool Planning Scheme: TENDER
• Amends Clauses 21.01, 21.03, 21.07 and 21.11 of the Municipal Strategic Statement, to Moorabool Shire Council invites tenders for the following contracts:
implement the adopted Council strategy ‘Housing Bacchus Marsh to 2041’.
Tender Number Tender Description
• Rezones land in various locations throughout Bacchus Marsh, Darley, Maddingley and Pentland
Hills. C13-2017/2018 Inglis Street, Ballan – Streetscape Upgrade
• Removes the Schedule to the Low Density Residential Zone from various land in Darley. Tender documents and full details of this notice will be available on Tuesday 31 October 2017
• Removes Schedule 1 to the General Residential Zone from various land in Bacchus Marsh, at www.tenderlink.com/moorabool.
Darley, Maddingley and Pentland Hills.
• Amends Schedules 2 and 3 to the General Residential Zone. EMPLOYMENT
• Inserts new Schedules 2, 3, 4 and 5 to the Neighbourhood Residential Zone. Council invites applicants for the following vacancies:
• Inserts a new Schedule 1 to the Low Density Residential Zone. Business Excellence Advisor – Part Time Position 2.5 days a week.
• Applies the new Schedule 1 to the Low Density Residential Zone to various land in Darley. Applications close COB on Wednesday 8 November 2017.
• Applies the amended Schedules 2 and 3 to the General Residential Zone to various land in
Bacchus Marsh, Darley, Maddingley and Pentland Hills. School Crossing Supervisor – Casual Position.
• Applies the new Schedules 2, 3, 4 and 5 to the Neighourhood Residential Zone to various land Applications close COB on Friday 10 November 2017.
in Bacchus Marsh and Darley. All details available from the website: www.moorabool.vic.gov.au
Amendment C81 applies to approximately 140 square kilometres of land in the Bacchus Marsh
district, including the urban and rural areas of Bacchus Marsh, Darley, Maddingley and Pentland SPECIAL MEETING OF COUNCIL
Hills, together with the rural fringe areas of Merrimu, Parwan, Hopetoun Park, Coimadai (part), Notice is hereby given that a Statutory and Annual Appointments Special Meeting of the
Long Forest (part) and Rowsley (part). Moorabool Shire Council will be held in the Council Chambers, 15 Stead Street Ballan, on
The Amendment proposes the following changes to the Moorabool Planning Scheme ordinance: Wednesday 8 November, 2017 commencing at 6.00pm.
• Amends Clause 21.01 ‘Municipal Context’, by updating the text pertaining to Bacchus Marsh The business to be conducted at the meeting is as follows:
under the headings of ‘Introduction’, ‘Municipal profile’ and ‘Key issues and influences’. 1. Statutory and Annual Appointments Process
• Amends Clause 21.02 ‘Natural Environment’, by updating the strategies relating to the objective 2. Former Mayor’s Report
of ‘Nonurban landscapes’. 3. Vote of thanks to outgoing Mayor
• Amends Clause 21.03, ‘Settlement and Housing’, to provide context and strategic direction for 4. Determining the Term of Office of Mayor
managing future urban growth in Bacchus Marsh. 5. Election of Mayor
• Amends Clause 21.04, ‘Economic Development and Employment’, by updating the Issues or 6. Determination to Elect a Deputy Mayor
overview, objectives and strategies pertaining to ‘Agriculture and horticulture’, ‘Commercial’, 7. Election of Deputy Mayor
‘Industry’ and ‘Local employment’. 8. Mayor and Councillor Allowances
• Amends Clause 21.05, ‘Development and Community Infrastructure’, by updating the Issues 9. Special Committees of the Council - Section 86 Delegated Committees of the Council
or overview, objectives and strategies pertaining to ‘Open space and recreation’, ‘Integrated 10. Advisory Committees of the Council
transport’ and ‘Community facilities and infrastructure’. 11. Council Appointments to Working Groups, Industry Bodies and Forums
• Amends Clause 21.07 ‘Bacchus Marsh’, by inserting a new Bacchus Marsh Urban Growth 12. Moorabool Shire Council Meeting Framework
Framework plan, and updating the text to provide context and strategic direction for managing 13. Further Business as admitted by unanimous resolution of the Council
future urban growth. The Statutory and Annual Appointments Special Meeting of Council will be
• Amends Clause 21.11, by updating the list of reference documents. open to the public and members of the public are most welcome to attend.

Moorabool Shire Council: PO Box 18, Ballan VIC 3342 Telephone: 03 5366 7100 Facsimile: 03 5368 1757 CEO: Rob Croxford
Email: info@moorabool.vic.gov.au Web: www.moorabool.vic.gov.au Facebook: Moorabool Shire Council Twitter: @mooraboolshire
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LUXURY LIVING
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is this newly refurbished Villa. Featuring three
bedrooms plus a study, ensuite and second
bathroom, spacious open plan living zones,
stylish kitchen with quality appliances, ducted
vacuum, central heating and reverse cycle
split system. The unit boasts an established
ornate rear garden with all the hard work
done, outdoor alfresco entertaining, double
garage with auto access and internal access
to Villa.
Inspect today to discover all that this
beautifully presented Villa has to offer.
168 Underbank Boulevard Bacchus Marsh

Unit 66 $325,000
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and a very short stroll to the Club House,
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exciting features include a spacious lounge,
well appointed kitchen and meals area, large
bedrooms with extensive built in robes, semi
ensuite to main bedroom and a second shower
and toilet off the laundry, gas central heating
and split system air conditioning, ducted
vacuuming a single garage with direct access
to the Villa. The rear private garden offers
added space and a private side entrance gate
for easy access to yard.
168 Underbank Boulevard Bacchus Marsh Inspection highly recommended to avoid
disappointment.

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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 & District Garden Club Ballan Farmers Market
ADULT EDUCATION
Meeting 2nd Tuesday of each month, 7.30pm at The Next Market – Saturday 11 November, 9am-1pm. 2nd
Ballan & District Community House Laurels, 229 Main St Bacchus Marsh. Guest Speakers. Saturday each month, Mill Cottage car park. Enq – 0498
Rear Mechanics Hall, Ballan. Term 4 program – OUT Supper after each meeting. All Welcome. Enquiries - 361 291 or 0490 114 130.
NOW. All enquiries, bookings, classes & venue hire - Wendy 5367 4170.
call 5368 1934 . CHURCH
Ballan Anglers Inc
Anglican Parish of West Moorabool
Darley Neighbourhood House & Learning Centre Meeting second Wednesday every month. Hudsons
Ballan, Bungaree, Morrisons and Gordon Service
33-35 Jonathan Drive Darley. Short courses and classes. Hotel, 7.30pm. More anglers and families needed and
Times – Saturday 4 November - St John’s Bungaree,
BM & District Photography Club - Meetings 2nd & welcome – 0400 003 936. 6pm. Sunday 5 November – St John’s Ballan, 9.30am;
4th Wednesday of month, 7.30pm. Enquiries welcome. Rose-Carers of Maddingley Park St James Morrisons, 5pm. Enquiries - Glen Wesley on
Phone 5367 4390. Working Bees every 3rd Wednesday & Sunday of each 5368 2730.
The Laurels – Bacchus Marsh Community College month. All welcome. Enquiries - 0418 171 119. Ballan Uniting Church (St. Paul’s)
229 Main Road, Bacchus Marsh. Courses and classes. Bacchus Marsh Family Drug Support Group Services – 1st, 2nd & 3rd Sundays 11.15am. 4th Sunday
Enquiries & enrolments - 5367 1061. For Family Members who have a loved one affected by 9.30am Reflective Worship.
drugs. Enquiries - 1300 660 068. B3 Community
MEETINGS Alanon Support Group - for families of alcoholics
Focused, family friendly church with a difference.
Services every 2nd & 4th Sundays at Avenue Bowling
The Pottery Group Meets at 10.30am on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each Club, Main St, Bacchus Marsh.
Tuesday and Fridays 1pm-3pm, at the Public Park month at the Uniting Church Hall, Gisborne Road,
Bacchus Marsh Christian Church
Hall (next to Tennis Courts) Stanley St, Gordon. All Bacchus Marsh. Enq - 0421 222 717.
Sunday Services 10am with kids program. 222 Main St,
welcome. Enquiries to Maureen 0447173031. Lal Lal Moorabool Photographic Group Inc Bacchus Marsh. Enquiries 9028 2622.
St Andrew’s Playgroup Bacchus Marsh Meeting 3rd Wednesday each month, 7pm. Soldiers Bacchus Marsh Uniting Church Parish
(Behind St Andrew’s Church) Cnr Gisborne Rd & Memorial Hall, Lal Lal. Enquiries 5341 7535. Services - St Andrew’s 9.30am every Sunday. Pentland

CONSIDERING
Lerderderg St Bacchus Marsh. Monday-Friday 9am, Footscray Poultry Club (at Bacchus Marsh) Hills 2pm 1st Sunday of month. Enquiries - 5367 2543
11am, 1pm & 3pm. Enquiries – Cindy 0433 651 066. Meetings held 2nd Sunday of month, 2pm. Poultry (office).
Pavilion. Racecourse Rec. Reserve, Balliang-Bacchus Holy Trinity Anglican Church - Bacchus Marsh
Moorabool Mission Recovery Group Service Times - Bacchus Marsh - Sunday 8.30am &
Marsh Rd, Bacchus Marsh. All welcome – Kerry 9741

DOWNSIZING?
Struggling with addiction; Pain from the past; family 10am; Balliang - 2nd Sunday 10.30am, 4th Sunday 9am.
9705.
member out of control? Meeting weekly - Wednesday, Myrniong – 1st & 3rd Sunday 11am. Enquiries – 5367
12.30pm – Jean Oomes Room, Lerderderg Library, 5362. 
Bacchus Marsh. Enq- Pastor Merv Patton – 0412 290 036. MARKETS Church of the Living God
Ballan Lions Club Market Christian youth ministry and bible teaching. 2nd
Ballan Playgroup Sunday of every month, 5pm. Open to all ages. At 14
Every Tuesday of school Term. St John’s Anglican Next market – Saturday 4 November. First Saturday
Darcy St Maddingley. Enq – 0408 260 727.
Church Hall - 9:30-11:30am. Enquiries - 0409 681 138 each month - Inglis St, Ballan – 9am-1pm. Enquiries –
0402 390 080 (Wayne). Bacchus Marsh Baptist Church
Anna or 0421 905 558 Tamsin.  Sundays, 10:30am, Worship Service and Children’s
Darley Market Program. Phone 5367 6550 for more details.
Saturday 4 November, 8am - 1pm. 1st & 3rd Saturday
Our Lady Help of Christians Korobeit
each month at Darley Park Football Reserve. Enquiries Mass every Saturday 6.30pm.
– 0488 345 145 (Alan).
Golden Harvest Christian Fellowship
Non denominational - Prayer every Sunday 10am,
HOME CARE PACKAGES Men’s KYB Monday evenings 6pm. Ladies KYB
Wednesday 1pm. Further details – 0429 681 566.
age ONLY “For Seniors Living Bacchus Marsh Life Church

2 UNITS !
Meeting 10am every Sunday at the BM College Drama
Independently at Home” Room, in Grant Street. Enquiries Pastor Merv 0412 290

E M A I N I NG 036.
R VMCH will be running free St Bernard’s Bacchus Marsh Catholic Church
Mass Times – Saturday- 5pm; Sunday – 8.30am & 10am.
information sessions on Home Care
Packages from its Ballarat Office RSL Remembrance Day Poppy Appeal
72B Mair Street. Bacchus Marsh Sub-branch of
the Returned & Services League
November 10th, 17th and 24th will be selling Poppy tokens for
Rememberance Day from 30th
10 6600.
3 2 2 Call Marianne :
(03) 5330 3899 For Details
October to 10th November at the
Village Shopping Centre, IGA Darley
and outside the Westpac Bank.
Funds raised are used for well being and emergency

LIVING support for local veterans and their dependant families.
Our traditional Remembrance Day Service will
commence at 10.30am on Saturday 11th November at
the RSL Hall.

Op Shops’
Fashion Parade
Ballan Hospital Auxiliary
Friday 3 November 7pm
Primary Care Activities Room
Ballan District Health & Care
164 Inglis Street Ballan
$12 Entry – Supper Provided
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As Good As It Gets!!! Views, Acres
& 60 Minutes From Melbourne Market
still on
rise
per cent to $377,500. This is a
$35,000 increase on the pre-
vious quarter.
Colac in the state’s west
also experienced significant
quarterly growth with the
town’s median price increas-
ing 9.1 per cent over the Sep-
85 Evergreen Way, Gordon tember quarter to $276,000.
Price: $840,000 - $870,000 The September quarter also
Lifestyle: This imposing country residence with outstanding delivered good news for
infrastructure on the fringe of the Gordon Township is all GIL KING property owners in Irymple
about lifestyle. Perfectly carved into the landscape with the on the outskirts of Mildura,
ideal East West design, this property is superbly presented
CEO, REIV
where the town’s median
with all the privacy required with sensational vistas. house price increased 6.8 per
Features: This low maintenance brick veneer home boasts Regional Victoria’s property
cent to $310,000.
high end features with high raked timber cathedral ceilings, market continues to perform
clerestory windows to the North and views from every strongly with the statewide Meanwhile, solid price
direction, while outside provides one of the most inspiring median house price increas- growth was also recorded
sheds within the district. With too many features to name, ing 1.2 per cent over the Sep- in a number of Greater
this shed will blow you away with an impressive 288m2, tember quarter to $385,000. Geelong suburbs including
black & white check floor, mezzanine level, kitchen/bar Corio, up 8.1 per cent to a
plus more. The REIV’s latest quarterly
data shows growth was median of $286,500; Lara, up
Location: Predominately cleared for grazing with partial
widespread across the state, 6.3 per cent to $455,500; Bell
trees to the front boundary, this 10 acre or 4.26 hectares
provides distant views to Ballan, with a short 20 minute from the south west to the Post Hill, up 5.5 per cent to
trip to Ballarat, 60 minutes to Melbourne or a 10 minute far north. $432,750; Leopold, up 4.7 per
commute to the Ballan Train Station. Portland on Victoria’s south cent to $450,000; and East
west coast experienced the Geelong, up 4.4 per cent to
state’s largest increase, up $601,250.
19.6 per cent over the quarter Other regional towns ex-
to a median house price of periencing solid quarterly
$265,000. This was up from growth include Kyabram,
$221,500 in June. where the median house
The Ballarat suburb of Lake price increased 5.7 per cent
Wendouree was another top to $250,000; Sale, up 5.6 per
performer with the median cent to a median of $330,000;
house price up more than the commuter town of
$75,000 over the quarter to Wallan, up 5.1 per cent to
$765,000 – an 11 per cent in- $410,000; and Drouin, where
crease on June figures. the median house price rose
Double-digit quarterly 4.4 per cent to $400,000.
growth was also evident in For more information on
Agents: Chris Leonard 0409 0409 23
the Bendigo suburb of Ken- median house prices by
51 Lydiard Street South, Ballarat 3350 Matthew Edwards 0401 728 881 nington, where the median town, visit reiv.com.au/
Phone 5331 1111 www.prdballarat.com.au www.prdballarat.com.au house price increased 10.2 market-insights.
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Arbee Real Estate
FOR SALE 24 Ryan Court, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 15 Duval Drive, Maddingley
4 2 1 4 2 2

Great Family Living In Central Location Picture Perfect
Set on large block approx. 780m , walking distance to Main Street & easy
2
This perfectly presented home is a delight to see. Offering 4 sizeable
access to freeway. 4 generous bedrooms with BIRs, master with Ens & bedrooms, master with WIR & ens, remaining bedrooms with double
large family bathroom. Spacious kitchen/dining/living opens out to BIR’s, & there is a large family bathroom. Open plan kitchen, dining &
covered courtyard. Ducted heating & A/C. Carport has rear access to living space is finished with quality flooring & overlooks the stunning,
spacious backyard, room to add a pool or shed if desired (STCA).
INSPECT
FOR SALE
By appointment
$499,000
UNDER CONTRACT professionally landscaped gardens & lovely alfresco area.
INSPECT
FOR SALE
By appointment
$495,000
CONTACT Steve 0475 888 101 Denise 0456 044 024 CONTACT Steve 0475 888 101 Denise 0456 044 024
WEB arbeerealestate.com.au WEB arbeerealestate.com.au

FOR SALE 4 Fitzroy Street, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 6b Manor Street, Bacchus Marsh
3 1 1 3 2 2

Walk To Everything Executive Central Living
This character filled solid family home is well located overlooking Darley This beautiful double storey home is located within walking distance to everything. Consists
Park with shops, schools, kindergarten, doctors and all amenities within of 3 B/R, 2 bathrooms, fantastic open plan living, plus a powder room/toilet down stairs,

SOLD
close proximity. Featuring 3 generous bedrooms, main with walk in robe, master B/R is a parents retreat. Kitchen has stone bench tops, WIP and quality appliances. For
good sized lounge & living areas, central bathroom & laundry. your convenience there is a 2 person lift, double garage with remote doors provides direct
Undercover outdoor area with established gardens, single garage. access. 72m2 shed with rollerdoor access and solar panels providing savings on energy costs.

INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $360,000-$380,000 FOR SALE $849,000
CONTACT Peter 0429 671 990 Daryl 0409 233 157 CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157
WEB arbeerealestate.com.au WEB arbeerealestate.com.au

FOR SALE 14 Victoria Street, Bacchus Marsh
4 2 4
FORTHCOMING AUCTION
Luxury Living & Car Lovers Dream 17 Griffith Street
Stunning 56 square, 8 yr old, quality Shane Cook Home. Massive 1702
secure under house 4 car garage with office & storage. Master with
ENS, spa & parents retreat. 3 additional double bedrooms all with BIRs,
3586m², 500m² Factory
2 bathrooms, 3 toilets, 3 living areas. Hardwood floors, quality carpets,
premium fixtures & fittings. Professionally landscaped 10192 block. Separate house with
INSPECT
FOR SALE
By appointment
$849,000 3 bed, 1 bath, 1 car
CONTACT Steve 0475 888 101 – Denise 0456 044 024
WEB arbeerealestate.com.au

COMING SOON COMING SOON
Horder Crescent Stonehill
6 bed, 3 bath, 2 car 448m², 3 bed, 2 bath, 2 car
$590,000-$620,000 $395,000

Happy
Halloween
Ian McDonald Steve Creese Daryl Gould Peter Leonard Denise Sniegowski
5367 2333 0475 888 101 0409 233 157 0429 671 990 0456 044 024 31/10/2017

www.arbeerealestate.com.au
140 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh 5367 2333
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Rayner We put you first
2 LEILA COURT, BACCHUS MARSH 28 DUNN COURT, BACCHUS MARSH
AUCTION NEW LISTING

IDEAL FOR TRADIES 3 2 2 GENEROUS BLOCK – APPROX 900m2 3 2
• Ample off-street parking. In a quiet court location with easy access to the • Recently painted, new vinyl plank flooring & new carpet throughout this 3 bedroom
Freeway, public transport and sporting facilities. Auction: Saturday 11th November home. Private Sale: $380,000 - $405,000
• 3 bedrooms with BIRs and ensuite to master at 1.00pm • An ensuite & walk through robe is off the master bedroom while the further 2 Inspect: Saturday 4th November
• Generous kitchen and living areas bedrooms have BIRs & are located close to the family bathroom that has a spa bath.
Inspect: Saturday 4th November 1.00pm – 1.30pm
• Carport and double garage • The open plan tiled kitchen/meals area lead on to the large paved pergola area &
• Huge block with excellent vehicle access 12.30pm – 1.00pm massive rear yard. Contact: Marcus Rayner 0418 556 699
• Outdoor undercover entertaining area Contact: Brendan Rayner 0439 354 059 • Currently with a steel shed with the space to add a larger shed and off street parking. Email: marcus@raynerrealestate.com.au
• So much more. Prior offers considered. Email: brendan@raynerrealestate.com.au • Features include a recently added split system and ducted heating thought-out.

3 BAKER STREET, BACCHUS MARSH 10 PAMELA COURT, BACCHUS MARSH
NEW LISTING OPEN FOR INSPECTION

OPEN PLAN LIVING ON GENEROUS BLOCK 4 2 2 ONE OWNER – APPROX 1973m2 LAND 5 3 2
• Freshly painted, new roller blinds & new flooring throughout this 4 bedroom • Fantastic opportunity, 5 bedroom, 3 bathroom family home 24 years young.
family home. Private Sale: $475,000 - $525,000 • Two living areas and an open plan kitchen-dining area are the heart of the Private Sale: $640,000 - $670,000
• Formal lounge & open study are situated at the front of the home, while the L Inspect: Saturday 4th November home which are located near the wide decked undercover entertaining area Inspect: Saturday 4th November
shaped island bench creates a defined separate area for cooking/ dining. • The master suite is located to the rear of the home with ENS and huge WIR.
11.00am–11.30am 2.00pm – 2.30pm
• The family living area to the rear has great access to the undercover alfresco. • Further 4 bedrooms, one having an ensuite and walk in robe.
• Master bedroom, with open Ens & spa bath to the WIR, remaining 3 bedrooms Contact: Marcus Rayner 0418 556 699 • Features include: ducted heating and ducted evap cooling, Colorbond shed/ Contact: Marcus Rayner 0418 556 699
all have BIRs & close to the family bathroom & separate powder room. Email: marcus@raynerrealestate.com.au workshop approx. 10.5x6m with fully lined office/studio within. Email: marcus@raynerrealestate.com.au
• Features include ducted heating, DLUG & side access to the backyard. • Lovely established yard, 2 x 23,650Lt water tanks including pump and hosing.

10 LEILA COURT, BACCHUS MARSH 10 LOMANDRA AV, BACCHUS MARSH 5/15 STANDFIELD ST, BACCHUS MARSH 28 LEWIS ST, BACCHUS MARSH
OPEN FOR INSPECTION

ATTRACTIVE HOME PRISTINE PRESENTATION & AMAZING VIEWS! HIDDEN GEM ENCHANTING TRI LEVEL HOME
• Fantastic 3-bedroom family home that feels inviting as • Located in the popular Stonehill Estate is this gorgeous 5 • Cosy 1 bedroom unit, with polished floor boards, front • Lovely 4 bedroom residence in a quiet pocket of town,
soon as you walk through the front door. year old home on 512m2 (approx.). and rear access and close to all amenities. close to schools, sporting facilities, and public transport.
• Cosy lounge leads to kitchen & dining, 1 bathroom, big • 3 bedrooms plus study & 2 living areas, this home is • Master bedroom with ENS/Laundry off bedroom. • Spacious kitchen with lots of cupboard space, dishwasher
laundry with plenty of space & 2nd separate toilet. spacious & light filled. • Light and airy open plan kitchen, meals and lounge, & quality appliances leads onto main dining area.
• Abundant storage & off street parking, with double • Master has WIR & full Ens & BIRs to the 2 bdrms. full size electric oven and north facing windows. • The huge living space has a wood heater and enough
garage, single LUG plus workshop & side vehicle access. • Kitchen has huge WIP & overlooks the living & dining. • Very private and secure, walled courtyard, shared room for a study nook.
• Land size 790sqm approx. & established rear garden. • Both the living & lounge rooms have large sliding doors storage area, single carport. • Low maintenance gardens which give plenty of privacy.
• Property is leased until December 2017 at $1,560 per which access the huge deck. • Approx. rental income $13,000.00pa. Owners corporation • Cosy alfresco with built in Spa bath ideal for relaxing!
calendar month. • Immaculate & established gardens surround the house. fees approx. $690pa.
Private Sale: $449,000-$465,000 Private Sale: $549,000–$579,000 Private Sale: $199,000 Private Sale: $399,000–$429,000
Inspect: Saturday 4th November 12.00pm – 12.30pm Inspect: By appointment Inspect: By appointment Inspect: By appointment
Contact: Brendan Rayner 0439 354 059 Contact: Melonie Winch 0408 675 011 Contact: Marcus Rayner 0418 556 699 Contact: Adam Tucci 0411 077 128
Email: brendan@raynerrealestate.com.au Email: melonie@raynerrealestate.com.au Email: marcus@raynerrealestate.com.au Email: adam@raynerrealestate.com.au

Marcus Julie Mark Melonie Graeme Adam Mark Rod Brendan
Rayner Higgins Davis Winch Rayner Tucci Dudley Grant Rayner
0418 556 699 0422 412 964 0458 224 405 0408 675 011 0417 559 945 0411 077 128 0409 954 396 0416 231 782 0439 354 059

175 Main Street
Bacchus Marsh raynerrealestate.com.au 5366 3600
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W
NE TING
LIS

Bacchus Marsh 2 Burbridge Drive
BURBIDGE PLACE ESTATE – FINAL LAND RELEASE – 21 LOTS
The final 21 home sites to be released are now selling. Ideally located at the top of Bacchus
Marsh’s Main Street so close to Main Street shops, schools, freeway access and public transport.
Burbidge Place offers a premium lifestyle opportunity to all first home buyers showcasing
beautiful level homesites to choose from. No Development guidelines. No Timeline Restrictions.
1.5km From Village Shopping Centre. Great access to Public & Private schools.
Private Sale
Prices from $150,000
Inspect By appointment
Office 2/137 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128
Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754 len@lensmith.com.au
Conjunctional agents Raine & Horne (John Snow) 0418 775 769

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Bacchus Marsh 21 George Street 3 2 1 Bacchus Marsh 6 McLachlan Street 3 2 2

Easy Living in Central Location Private Sale Buy Off the Plan - Save on Stamp Duty Private Sale
This traditional weatherboard home Save money on stamp duty by buying
offers a wonderful blend of period Price Reduced $479,000 off the plan on your new principle place Price $449,000
style and french provincial touches. Inspect Saturday 11.00–11.30am of residence. First home buyers SAVE, Inspect By appointment
Delivering a practical layout of 3 SAVE, SAVE. No waiting for titles, ready
bedrooms, master with ensuite, open Office 2/137 Main Street, to start building. 21sq with generous Office 2/137 Main Street,
plan living encompasses a functional Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128 sized bedrooms. 2 living areas, study Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128
kitchen allowing for seamless nook, ducted heating and evap cooling.
connection to an all-weather alfresco Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754 900mm gas cook top in kitchen with Contact Len Smith 0418 343 754
area. This is a fabulous home for first len@lensmith.com.au stone bench top and butler’s pantry. len@lensmith.com.au
home buyers & young families as well Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828 Dishwasher, cloth line, mail box and TV Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828
as a great downsizing option or savvy kelvin@lensmith.com.au antenna. 9 ft ceilings and remote DLG kelvin@lensmith.com.au
investment in a super-convenient locale. with internal access. Driveway, footpath
and front of house landscape.
Trade & Business
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■ Automotive service and repair
■ Vehicle hoist install, maintenance & repair
• Qualified and experienced mechanics ■ Mobile Service available
• Log book servicing ■ Batteries ■ Tyres ■ 4x4 specialist
■ Material handling repairs & maintenance
• Tyre supply & puncture repairs AFTER HOURS 24/7 SERVICING Engineering
• Brake replacement including inhouse machining & REPAIRS (by appointment) • Automatic Gates and Doors.
• Oils, filters, coolants available for purchase Call Simon 0419 750 753 • Security Bars and Grills • CCTV
• VACC accredited COURTESY CAR AVAILABLE • All Security needs • On-site welding
• 24/7 breakdown towing available 2 Smith Street, Maddingley (Map 18 C6) Located in Wallace
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SMITH Vonda Mavis
TUBBS, ALAN 10/3/1929 - 25/10/2017
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In loving memory of my dear Wife
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The Memorial Service to Celebrate the Life of the late Goldwind Australia are looking to
15/07/1941 – 28/10/2015 Mrs Vonda Mavis Smith will be held at Michael Crawford find experienced renewable energy
Funerals Chapel 226 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh on
Another year has gone by, they say it gets easier but it doesn’t.
Wednesday, November 1, 2017 commencing at 11.00am. professionals to work on Goldwind’s
You are in my thoughts every minute of every day.
Love you with all my heart, Privately Cremated Moorabool and Stockyard Hill Wind
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families and carers, within our Local Area Coordination (LAC) Service. November 2017
The LAC Service is an important part of the supports and activities
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people with a disability to explore and build an ordinary life within their Endorsement  Enviro Compliance Officer
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description to be considered for the role. To drive a fuel truck & trailer in the Bacchus Marsh area to support our helicopter firefighting
aircraft for the 2017/2018 fire season. Responsibilities include refuelling helicopters, etc.

For more information please contact Kirsti Featherstone, Acting Area
To drive a fuel truck & trailer in the Bacchus
The successful applicant should:
� Hold a valid Victorian car driver’s Licence
� Preferably hold a current DG Licence

Manager on (03) 4313 4634 or Jo Landwehr, Team Leader on (03) 5136 5313. Marsh area to support our helicopter
� Applicant to preferably live locally
� Summer roster will apply over 3-4 months
To apply email your detailed resume to adrienne@kestrelaviation.com.au
Applications are to be submitted online at lch.mercury.com.au and will be firefighting aircraft for the 2017/2018 fire
by the COB Friday 10th October 2017.

open until 11pm, Sunday 5 November 2017.
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Mid-week Pennant
Avenue Bowling Club
Over 60s had six of the Avenue’s ten teams Division 5 were the major winners of the Division 5 also played away against B.M.S.
Division 1 played recording a win with Avenue 8 defeating day against Midlands Golf Club by 47 shots. and fought hard for a 14 point win. This
against Midlands Golf Ballan Blue by 28 points. The team of Tim Cuttler, Jake Carver, Allan now moves that side into the top four of their
Club and were victorious Weekend Pennant Benson and Lyn Robinson won their rink by division.
by four shots. The win Not a good start for Avenue with the club’s 38 shots. Division 7 played at home with the rink
advances this division to Division 7 giving a walkover to Midlands Avenue 119 defeated Midlands 72.
of Geoff Thorpe, Hillary Smith, Margaret
fourth place. Saturday 21st October Pennant
Golf Club due to unavailability of players. Crombie and Jake Carver having a
Avenue 65 defeated Midlands 61. Division 2 at home, overcome a strong
Division 2 played City Oval and, even with tremendous 26 point win on their rink
Division 2 were also winners against Waubra team. With good performances from
two rinks having a draw, they went down helping the side to pick up 14 points on the
Creswick by 20 shots. This moves Avenue every rink and picking up all the points for
by 20 shots leaving them fifth place on the day.
bowlers up the ladder into seventh place. the day, they have now moved into the top
Avenue 78 defeated Creswick 58. ladder. four on the ladder. The Men’s four’s team of Ben Gould, Allan
Division 5 lost to Ballarat North by 17 shots Avenue 78 lost to Midlands 98 Division 3 played away and went down to Thistlethwaite, Harley Thistlethwaite and
with the team still retaining top spot by just Division 3 lost to Ballarat North by 18 shots. Central Wendouree. There was a strong fight Tom Bowtell were victorious in the Ballarat
two points. Glenys Kay’s team won their rink by six. back on Peter Kay’s rink, but unfortunately Division finals for the State Championships.
Avenue 71 lost Ballarat Nth 87. Avenue 86 lost Ballarat Nth 104. they ran out of time and went down by three. The team’s next stop will be the Region finals.
is unexpectedly supportive. You may have to delay mak-
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a purchase or an announcement, but don’t postpone
medical or dental appointments.
LEO—July 23-August 22

Stars & Puzzles
An ancient promise you made may come back to haunt
you. Return engagements characterize the week. This is
an excellent week for reunions. Take a less casual
approach to health, but a breezier one towards romance.
VIRGO—August 23-September 22
You are worthy of the Good Samaritan of the week award.
Work tensions ease and an important relationship perks
up noticeably. Unexpected funds arrive by Friday.
QUICK PUZZLE LIBRA—September 23-October 22
★★★★★★★★ You might be suffering from an overdose of sweetness.
People are catering to your littlest whim and loved ones
are dying to pamper you. Important suggestion - make
an art of accepting with grace and style.
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You are Mr or Ms organization. Use the week to classify
ARIES—March 21-April 20 books, catalogue ideas or implement a major plan. A
family reunion could include a bonus. Don’t go overboard
Important news may be announced in such a mellow way buying luxury items on the weekend.
that you miss some of the implications. A weekend visit
to out of towners could prove unexpectedly delightful SAGITTARIUS—November 22-December 22
and perhaps financially rewarding.
If you have a complaint and you probably do this week -
TAURUS—April 21-May 22 go to the top! On a related note, be suspicious of official
This could be the start of a lucky cycle. Minor risks be- advice offered by novices. This week you could shine in
gin paying off by Friday and the weekend offers a rare the role of guest speaker.
opportunity for relaxation. A friend passes along impor-
tant personal news. Try not to over react.
CAPRICORN—December 23-January 20
Take an old idea, add a touch of imagination and voila -
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You are articulate, persuasive and ready to sing your own sique and/or expanding your wardrobe. Travel ideas may
praises. Be sure that you air special complaints, too. This backfire from the weekend on.
may be a good week to start a hobby. Just be aware of AQUARIUS—January 21-February 19
future costs involved.
Opt for formal agreements rather than a handshake, es-
CANCER—June 22-July 22
pecially if money is involved. You can make great strides
Your friends may not be in a forgiving mood, but family
NO. 9019 is unexpectedly supportive. You may have to delay mak-
if dealing with a large corporation. A minor domestic
rebellion is quelled by Friday.
ing a purchase or an announcement, but don’t postpone
ACROSS DOWN medical or dental appointments. PISCES—February 20-March 20
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People are catering to your littlest whim and loved ones

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The trainees, in turn, make a mistake (4,2). 9. Stiff, it
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You are Mr or Ms organization. Use the week to classify
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ANSWER items onBELOW
the weekend.
(6). 22. What the sleuth was investigating at the distill- SAGITTARIUS—November 22-December 22
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CRYPTIC SOLUTIONS tant message may have a double or triple meaning. Survey
Load. 20, Embrocation. family health needs.
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Tabcorp Park
Friday 27th October

David O’Hanlon striking his classic pose as he drives at the
head in Division 3 at Ballan.

Ballan Bowling Club
Results- Round 4

Division 3 were at home against Buninyong, who were
keeping Ballan out of the four. Ballan eventually ran out
winners.
Ballan 14/106 defeated Buninyong 4/88.
Division 8 played away at Victoria and they were in for a
fight.
Victoria came out strong but gradually Ballan pegged them
back to take the win.
Ballan 14/93 defeated Victoria 4/84. Division 8 have started Friday 27th October, Tabcorp Park Melton, Race 1 Winner:
the year in great form and are now undefeated after 4 Rounds. Magical Delight (4). Trainer: Gary Quinlan. Driver: Chris
Alford. Photo: Stuart McCormick HRV.

Reegan Sabo recorded five personal best performances.
Photo submitted Ballan Golf Club
Bacchus Marsh
Results - Week ending Saturday 28 October
Wednesday - Stableford
Winner Kevin Lockman (16) 37 points on c/b John Costello

Little Athletics
(24). Magpie - 14th Hugh Miller.
Saturday - Stableford
A Grade - Winner  Peter Clifford (17) 36 points on c/b from
Last Saturday’s Little Athletics meet saw the Centre’s best Barry Sims (13), on c/b from Don Wickson(11).
attendance this year.  Registrations continue to grow and B Grade - Winner on the day Brian Clifford (23) 38 points,
new members are welcome to register at any of the Centre’s R/up Rob Brown (22) 36 points.
weekly meets.  A large number of Personal Best results were NTPs - 2nd Don Wickson, 12th Greg McAloon.
recorded and the standout performer this week was Reegan Magpies - 14th Barry Sims, 18th Don Wickson, 
Sabo (Blues) recording 5 PBs for the meet. Balls 8, Cut-off 35 points: Frank Raffaele, Kev Lockman,
Division 3 Ballan bowler Scott McConnell trying to find a Weekly training sessions for all members are held every Don Wickson, Shaun O’Dea, Peter Clifford, Barry Sims,
way to get another shot into the head. Photos – Ballan BC Tuesday at Masons Lane from 5-6pm.  Brian Clifford, Rob Brown.

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Darley Cricket Club
end of play, with the score at ley bowlers made short work
0/3 at the end of play. of the run chase, dismissing
Naps-Sebas/Elaine for 116. 
Darley’s Third XI also re- Ethan Thewma and James
turned a strong day’s play to Martindale both returned
have them sitting pretty in two wickets, with Austin
their game against Napole- MacBeth, Logan Moffat, Bro-
ons-Sebastopol, dismissing die Ward and Zane Colley
the opposition for 127 before all taking a wicket each.
Seniors heading to the crease and
The Darley (First XI) Lions making 2/60, leaving just 68 Darley’s 14 & Under Sec-
U16 captain Jack McGregor are in the box seat after the runs for victory with eight ond XI came up against
bowling after starting the day as Ballan 1st player David Gardiner top scored with 22 and first week of their Round 3 wickets in hand. Melton Centrals and sent
wicketkeeper. followed up with 2/30 with the ball. Photos Chris Thom match against East Ballarat, them into bat after winning

Ballan Cricket Club
Darley’s Fourth XI v Ballan the toss and watching them
with 97 runs to make to – no results.
secure first-innings points knock up 6/206 from their
next week. 45 overs. Tarkyn Hamilton
Juniors and Kurtis Beck were the
Ballan 1st X1 Under 14 After losing the toss and be-
ing asked to field, Darley’s A century to Jordan Mona- chief wicket-takers with
Ballan 10/89 v NAPS 4/104 Ballan 7/127 lost VRI Delacombe 6/139 ghan has led Darley’s 16 & two each, with Taine Powell
bowlers took wickets at reg-
Batting - David Gardiner 22, T McGregor 18 Batting - D Pascoe 51 ret, T Parente 14, M ular intervals to dismiss the Under team to their second and Angus Jones also taking
Bowling - D Gardiner 13-5-2/30, S Dehnert Golding 10, B Conroy 10, K Heafield 6, J Hawks for 119.  Wickets were victory in as many rounds wickets.
5-0-1/13, B Loughnane 7-0-1/23 Jarvis 6 shared amongst the Lions as the Lions comfortably de-
Bowling - N Neumann 3-0-2/7, J Horan 8-1- feated Buninyong. The Darley Roar Under 12
Ballan lost the toss and were put into bat on bowlers, with Ryan Ali and
1/8, T Cox 3-1-1/7, T Parente 5-0-1/20 Monaghan made an even side also claimed victory
a green wicket, Ballan kept losing wickets Ben Longhurst both snaring
and were unable to build a partnership being Ballan fielded first, the boys struggled with 100 before retiring, with 12 with an impressive win over
three; Dayle Locke returned
all out for 89. Ballan got a couple of quick their bowling and fielding. The pick of the fours and one six, and along Melton.
the economical figures of
early wickets to have NAPS 3/43 but then the bowlers were Kobe Heafield, Johnathan 2/18 off 10 overs and Matt with half centuries to Ryan After restricting Melton to
wickets dried up; best bowling performance Horan and Cody Gates. Ballan batted second, Cape and Hayden Jamieson Densley (60) and Hayden 5/69 last week, Melton recov-
was David Gardiner with 2 wickets from 13 despite the boys batting well they fell just took one each.eniros Nash (51 not out, with six ered to post 8/127 off their
overs. Game continues next week. short of reaching their target. fours and four sixes), helped full 40 overs, with Patrick
The Lions were then asked
Ballan 2nd X1 Under 13 steer Darley to 7/321 from Jarvinen (3/9), Malachi Fox
to face 22 overs at the end of
their 50 overs after dismiss- and Angus Jones all taking
Ballan 6/155 defeated Darley 7/152 Ballan 6/74 lost Ballarat Redan Gold 1/90 play, and despite losing both
ing Buninyong for 100 last second week wickets.  With
Batting - R Lindsay 85, J Costello 23 not out, Batting - B Conroy 15, R Pearce 14 ret, M openers Drew Locke (7) and
week. only 11 runs to make to win
E Shaw 13, A Trickey 11 Popple 12, N Loft 7 no and M Conroy 0 not Hayden Jamieson (4) with
the game after knocking up
Bowling - T Trickey 8-0-4/14, J Stone 6-0- out. the score on 11, they closed Darley’s 14 & Under First 0/117 last week, the Lions
2/30, H Dickson 6-0-1/21 Bowling - N Loft 2-1-1/4, B Conroy 3-1-0/4, the day in front at 2/27, with XI also recorded a comfort- did it with ease, ending their
Darley won the toss and batted first, Ballan A Britt 2-0-0/4 Ryan Ali (9) and Brad Barnes able win, defeating Napole- innings on 4/192.  Mitchell
had Darley 2/0 after the first over and 3/6 Ballan won the toss and bowled first with (7) set to resume their in- ons-Sebastopol/Elaine by 93 Wells, finished on 31 in an
after 5 overs. Tyler Trickey taking 3 of the 5 the team putting in a good bowling and nings next week. runs. impressive performance to
wickets, the bowling and fielding was very fielding performance. Ballan batted well but Darley’s Second XI dis- Continuing their innings lead his team to victory.
good restricting Darley to 7/152. Ballan went unfortunately fell just short of the required missed Brown Hill for 176 after making 1/107 from
in to bat and lost an early wicket in the first total. and knocking three runs off their allotted 25 overs last The Darley Cubs were suc-
over. Evan Shaw and Rob Lindsay took the Under 12: BYE their chase before the end of week, the Lions finished at cessful in their Friday night
score to 69 for the next wicket, the 3rd wicket the day. 6/209 after their second 25 Under 10 match against St
fell at 128. Ballan got the runs in the 36th over A 42-run tenth wicket over batting stint.  Aaron Anthony’s Gold, winning by
with John Costello and Hugh Dickson both partnership muddied the Cadman retired on 50 not 24 runs.
not out. waters slightly after Darley out, whilst Rockey Hoey After holding St Anthony’s
Under 16 had Brown Hill teetering at added five runs to his over- Gold to 3/61 off their 20
Ballan 6/126 lost Wendouree White 4/219 9/134, with Hamish Wheeler night score to be dismissed overs, with captain Macken-
Batting - J McGregor 49, J Crowe 30, R taking the final wicket.  Co- for 44 with the score on 141.  zie Elmer (1/3), Maddie Scott
Ranieri 19, S Dehnert 16 no, A McCarthy 1 rey Beaton returned three Jyson Fawcett also batted (1/2) and Jessica Hodge (1/1)
no. wickets, with captain Liam well to finish on 39 not out all taking wickets, the Cubs
Bowling - R Ranieri 10-2-1/18, J Stone 5-0- Jordan and Jye Stephenson with six boundaries as the made 2/85 off their 20 overs
1/11, B Leahy 5-0-1/14 taking two each. Lions set an imposing total. thanks to an even batting
Beaton and Jordan Mona- Napoleon s -Seba stopol/ performance.
Ballan were defending a small total; the
boys tried hard but with no luck. ghan survived a tricky six Elaine recommenced their Darley Prowl v Melton Un-
Jedda Stone gets 1/11 for Ballan U16s. over spell with the bat at the innings on 3/75 and the Dar- der 10 – no results.

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custom upholstery, ensuite, gas North-South Bed, Cafe dinette, 2/3 berth. Gas stove, internal Site/office, 6x3m, lights, power
hot water, 300AH 12V battery 82 litre water tank, innerspring heater, hot water, Toilet and points, air con, heavy duty door.

3 months 3 months
system, 2 single beds, level mattress, microwave, 90 litre 3 shower, 3 way fridge, solar Bars on windows. Can organise
riders, electric brakes. extras way fridge, roll out awning, air Panels. Air bag suspension. delivery at owner’s cost. $6990
included. $19,000. Reg. P33 388 cond., solar panel, flat screen TV. Excellent Condition. $70.000 9399 Western Highway, East
Phone 5367 8450 $25,000 ONO Phone 5368 1860 Phone - 0428 689 397. Ballarat. Ph: 0428860345
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GREAT VALUE.
EVEN BETTER
FEELING.
RAV4 GX 2WD CVT

$31,990
From

driveaway [A6]
Offer ends 31st October

Toyota Value.

$17,990 $32,490 $26,990
FROM

FROM

FROM

driveaway ^ driveaway ^ driveaway ^

YARIS FWD ASCENT, AUTO 2017, COROLLA ZR HATCH+ CAMRY ALTISE AUTO FREE SAT
4 Year FREE Road Side Assist, Reverse PANORAMIC ROOF 2017 BUILD NAV
Camera, Bluetooth, 5 Star Safety, 2017, Build Corolla ZR, 4 Years FREE Road 2017, Camry, FREE Sat Nav FREE 4 Year
Side Assist, Great finance offer. Batch Road Side Assist 0% Finance offer, Batch #
8031921 8184638

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

meltontoyota.com.au

[A6] Recommended driveaway pricing is applicable for Private, Bronze and Silver fleet customers, and primary producers only at participating dealers. Offer available on vehicles produced January 2017 to July 2017 and purchased by 31/10/2017 or while stocks last. Recommended driveaway
price shown includes 12 months registration, 12 months compulsory third party insurance (CTP), a maximum dealer delivery charge, stamp duty and metallic paint. + Dealer to include own disclaimer (Dealers are supposed to apply their own disclaimer here for all vehicles included and that such
disclaimer should at least contain info regarding what driveaway pricing includes, who driveaway pricing is offered to, how long offer open, any exclusions.)
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